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 h  -si  -a  Vol XIV.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1908.  I Car Timothy Hay. _  -Oar Flour and'Feed.  -  1 Car-Alberta Oats.  Russell-Law-^  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing ahd-Genls' Furnishings.  gmm-zismm  Frederic W.. TcLaine  Mining and Real Esi 'e Broker.  Estates Managed aad Lo^ns Wade.  Local and District Land Agent Canadian Pacific Eailwa}'. Stocks and  Shares a Specialty. Greenwood,B.C.  NO.    d/'A'l/'  PassiD  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Sukyjdvou,  Nelson, B. C.  3  . Arriving in and leaving-  Greenwood havo headquarters at, '  ���������   ' '  Chen  ler's  irar  o  Paid-up.Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund,$5,000,000  -     ~~        -'       ���������'    HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President.       ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England.  - SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.    ' *  BANKING,  BY   MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any. branch of the Bank.  Accounts ma}'- be' opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by  mail.    Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts.  -���������    J. T. BBATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  ���������e  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  ���������   Tobaccos  to  suit your  " tastes, your fancy or  your pocket! .  J. A. CHENIER - ��������� PROPRIETOR  Next door north 01 l'acific hotel,  . Copper street, Greenwood. ���������  Arlington - Hote]  -  F. E. GRIFFITH, PROP.  Thk Hotel of Slocan- City, B. C.  Headquarters-.for mining aud  commercial men ; the home of the  rancher, the lumberjack and prospector. Come once and you will  come again.  One of Canada's Strongest Financial,Institutions.  |TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   $50,000,000.  A  General Banking- Business  Transacted.  Savings,Accounts given special attention. A deposit of SI or upward starts a Savings Account, on which the highest current rate  of Interest is paid or added to the Principal every 6 months. Deposits may be withdrawn at any time without notice.  Banking by Mail.���������People living at a distance may-send iu deposits  or withdraw cash by mail.    Write for particulars.  '    H.-F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD BRANCH.:  f=f  -jmmLW-WLWLmtwLmBmB-mEB-  ia2rf������fcHi-  -    BANK   OF .'MONTREAL  -    ESTABLISHED   1017.  PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000.        'REST, 511,000,000  UNDIVIDED PROriTs, $422,689.98  General Banking BusinesslTransiicted.   Draft.-, i.suecl on all points, and Colleo  'lions mndc nt lowest rates..  'SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   1   W. F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES -J MANAGER GREENWOOD 3RArJCh  .   Vancouver, B. fr  , Rates���������American plan, $1.25  and $1.50 a day ; European plan,  50 and 75 cents a day. Free omnibus meets all trains and boats.  Baths free: telephone in each corridor ; 100 rooms; hotel is centrally located : baggage stored jree;  special rates for families and large  parties.  ' T. J. ROBERTS, Proprietor.  R. G. ,Sidley was, in the city  Monday for a'few hours.  C. J. Leggatt of Midway was in  the city Tuesday'on legal business.  W. B. 'Wilcox of' the Phoenix  Pioneer was in the city yesterday  taking a sun hath.  J. H. Fox, contracting freight  agent of the C. P. R), was in the  city yesterday.       '   '  J. D. Spenco is attending the  sittings of tho supreme court at  Nelson this week.  Miss Stark leaves next week for  North Vancouver, to join her sister, Mi-3. L. Bruce Hodge.  Mrs. Thos. Walsh; went to Danville, Wash., Tuesday, to attend  the funeral "of Alex. McAulay.  J. XV. Nelson and Jas. C. Dale  of Greenwood attended the funeral  Of the late jAlex. McAulay Tuesday.  Mr.-?. H. Ii. Stevenson, who has  been in the hospital. for the past  three weeks, returned to Midway  Monday.  Robert- AVood was "down from  Beaverdcll this week, attending to  a car shipment of ore from the  Sally mine.  W. A. Cot-bett, ono of the old-  time claim owners of Summit  camp, died at Dear Park, Wash.,  a couple of weeks ngo.,  i  Miss MeKenzie of Rowland has  been engaged to tenoh the second  division of the public school made  vacant bv the resignation of Miss  H. G. Moffat*.  In the adjourned case of Port-  mann vs. Lewis, on Saturday His  Honor Judge Brown gave judgment..in favor of the plaintiffs for  $64.23 and part costs.  The regular monthl}' meeting of  the executive of the district Conservative association -will be held  in the office of E. G. Warren tomorrow evening at S o'clock.  A petition is being circulated  among property holders to be presented to the city council, asking  that a bylaw be submitted bonusing the tunnel. Yesterday only  two had refused to sign.  Bishop Dart of New Westminster preached in St. Jude's church  Sunday last, morning and evening.  Monday he met the members of  the congregation and the affairs of  the parish were thoroughly .discussed.  f___^SSm^SS^BS3SSS3^SSSSSm!^!^>^^^SESt^SSSSS^  !  m  rami ���������  ���������" FOR LADLES  Best 'lira .Quality,.  iyiodeni Jn Style,  * Finest workmanship. Being from the best American Shoemakers, they are just right. We have'them in all styles and  lasts. Let ns supbly you with your spring footwear. We  guarantee satisfaction. -  Dry Goods. REN DELL & CO. Boots and Shoes  Mountaineer and Kootenay. Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. 0. CDclin $ go., Mm  Regular monthly meetings of  ���������^y Greenwood lodge No. 28, A. F.  4* & A. M., are held on the first  Thursday in eaeii month in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  w  street. Greenwood.'  Visiting brethren  are cordially invited to attend.  JAS, S. ttritNIE, Sociolnvy,  W.-F.  )Q09Q9QQ9@m@������Q^@^S������8>G^9a������9Q9Q<W8������&&l������m6 99999999  Headquarters for  Furniture, ���������  Carpets, ;<���������-���������  ������������������;-. Linoleums,  Upholstery,     . ��������� --"  /:    Bedding", .  Window Glass   v  i T.M.Gm 1 ley<SGo.,v~F,'aminff;  I Greenwood's,.Big Furniture Store.  ������M������99^Qe9Q&^99&@mQCQ309������CQe������M������9m9Q&99m9e999Q$  Greenwood Miners'  Union, No. 22, W.  ��������� F. M., meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7:30.  Also in hall at  Mother Lodo mine  Thursday evenings at 7:00.  B. A.-MATHBISON, Secretary.  Mary Esteade, a Cuban aged 2G,  committed suicide by taking carbolic acid Thursday evening of last  week. Deceased was.au inmate of  one of the houses on Gold street.  Jealousy is said to have been the  cause for the act.  Spring has arrived, with consequent house cleaning, painting,  papering and decorating. To make  your home beautiful you should  choose your, wall paper where the  largest assortment and most artistic designs are to be found���������McRae  Bros.  Duncan Mcintosh returned on  Sunday from Palmer mountain,  well satisfied with what ho saw of  the big tunnel and mill at that  point. Tho tunnel is in about  5,000 feet, but owing to the air  being bad he did not explore it  mora than half that distance.  menced, biit ono never could foretell what was going to happen a  I'ew months hence in railway extension. Much depended upon the  money market. The party left on  todays east-bound train.  Hockey Fizzle.  The Greenwood seuior hockey  team went up to Phoenix Monday  night and quit the ice before the  game was finished, owing, it is alleged, to tlie unfair decisions of  the referee.  rt is stated by local players that  the reftree had money on the  game. This is hardly possible.  Even il'he had'offered" to bet on  the result and afterwards accepted  the position of referee, ho would  ho considered as much of an outlaw among straight athletes as the  saiulbnggcr would be among the  the respectable business element of  {���������.community. The chief requisite  for a referee in any sporting event  is a nuiii who is impartial, cool,  firm, and whoso integrity is beyond question. Hockey is a  straight game in the East, simply  because a crooked referee or umpire is promptly kicked oft' the ice.  If straight hockey cannot be played  here the game should be dropped.  It would be unfortunate if an unfriendly feeling were created between the people of thetwotowus because a few hoodlums wish to turn  a sporting event into a tinhorn  gambling game. A few days ago,  after a game between the juniors  of the two towns, the writer asked  a couple of (he boys how the game  came out. The answer was .-"Oh  they beat us <i to. 3, but they  cheated." Nice association for  boys teu or twelve years of age.  Semi-professionalism has been  the curse of hockey in the west,  and any team which numbers  among its players professional  loafers must expect to be looked  upon with suspicion.  Curling rinks go to Phoenix and  Phoenix rinks conn* here to play.  The member of the Greenwood  Curling club who would hint that  a rink from Phoenix would cheat,  would probably be asked to resign.  There is no reason why hockey  could not be conducted in the  same way. There are a number-  of old hockey players in the district who would willingly act as  referees in' 'order to elevate "tlie  gome. Any" honest man, whether  he knows'the game or not, could  stand at the flags.  Western Float  AMONG THE CURLERS.  Editor Coyle will start a newspaper at Hazelton this spring.  Lady Sholro Douglas is living  on a ranch at Creston.    ,  Zinc mining in tho Slocan  will  be active next summer.  J. R. Cameron, the genial mayor  of Sandon, lives in Kaslo.   .  Canada  consumes  a little  17,000 tons of lead yearly.  Tough-Nut   Jack died   on  trail to Fairbanks some time  over  igo.  of ties are be-  winter a mind Slocan  A large liuinliPi  ing cut this  lake.  L. E.' Pi-ice i.s raising Angora  goats on his ranch fn the Cariboo  country.  An office for the sale of fruit  lands has been opened in New  Denver.  James Marshall of Phoenix and  his wife are spending a few days  at tho coast.  The curling event of the season  was tho match Saturday night between   representatives   from   Ontario and the Maritime provinces,  locally known as Musheaters and  Fisheaters.      This   is   an   annual-  event   in   Greenwood.' ;  Eighteen  ends are"played, and the onlookers  have unlimited license to criticize  all  and  praise'none.    As an instance of tho form of criticism the  first player who appeared  at the  rjnlc was asked if he was going to  attempt to curl.    He guessed "so.  Then he was informed that curling  wa** slightly different from  skip-  tH0 I ping flat stones on  Georgian   Biy  or playing duck on the rock.   Anyway ho shouldn't attempt to  play  among   curlers.      As   the   others  came   in   they got similar doses.  The criticism  continued   throughout the game.    Tlie more sensitive  players fell down badly.    The lady  spectators left early in   the game.  One    side    of   the   score    board  was decorated with herrings and  the other with small sacks of oat- .  meal.    The center walk of the rink  was occupied by  the worst gang  of   rooters   that   ever   persecuted-  Martin   Bnrrell  lectures   in  this week.  England  concludes ���������  upon' B.  his  C.  A ten-stamp mill is to be put in  at the Little .Bertha mine near  Grand Forks.  The Owls are being organized in  the Boundary. They aie related  to the Eagles.  A year from now the C. P. R.  expects to be mining 3,000 tons of  coal a day at Hosmer.'  Mrs. Argue recently died in New  Westminster aged 10S years. She  left a daughter SI years of age.  In the Slocan and East Kootenay there are a little over 100  mines working, principally on a  small scale.  , Under tho management of Col.  Tornkins the Hume in ��������� Nelson  has become one of the greatest  hotels in B. C.  players in any game. The only  applause was when a player made  a fluke and gave the other side a  shot. Play commenced at 9 and  was finished at" 7 minutes to 12,  with the Musheaters 3 points up.  Following is the score :  3ILTSIT. WSIf.  McCutclicon P. Hallett  Johnson"     Simmons  Bishop  Warron��������� skip .  Fair  liedpnth  .S.D. McCreath  Dill���������skip   AIi-Donald  11   Crawford���������skip..22  E. Hallett    .  Bert Log-an  .     Frith  23   A. D. Hallett���������s. 0  Mail to Similkameea.  p. S.BAKER  Provincial Assayer and Ore  Shippers' Agent. Correspondence solicited. Samples  receive prompt attention  P.   O.'KOX   133,   GREENWOOD,   It.   C  A house furnished  with the best, most artistic,  useful and in all that goes to make a home comfortable and pleasing to tho event reasonable prices,  . drop u line to D, J' Robertson &, Co, at Nelson, B.  0,    Good:, gj'^rnr.fcocu tlio Best for tho price.  AGENTS -FOR THE BELL PIANO.  LAND   ACT  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  D18TKICT   OV   VALE.  TAKE NOTICE that Jninon Kclfrnr Urciinnn.  of Midway. British Columbia, occupation, Farmer, liituiidA to apply for u hjicoIhI timber  license over tho following ilexerlbetl IuikIh :  Commont-liiKata 'post planted at the north  east corner of Uot 877, Group 1, Simi.lmmccii  Division of Vnlo District, nocordlnu to tlio ofll-  clnl 1 survey thereof:' thence west 80 chains,  thonco north 80 cIiiiIiin, thonco least 80 chains,  thence noutli W) chains to tho point of commencement, nml containing UIO lu-iv.n more or  lew.  Dated this ltlth day of November, KH.I7.  JAMES EDO Alt DUENNA N.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  UrSTKKIT   Of   YAT.K,  I, fioortro Ticrncy, Intend to apply for pur-  inissinn to imrtliuiJi) IdOiicnw, more or loss, uf  land uoumuiri as follows! Omiiiiieiiulnif nl this  post, tliMiicu norlh *i chains, thence west to tlm  onstliaiik of tlie Norlh i-'orlc of Kiitllo lllvor,  Ihonou soiitht-rly, f'lllmiliiir tlm East llaiilt ef  Keltlo rlvorto u point due west from the point  oi odnitiionceiiiiint, thoncu east to uold point of  uomtruniMineiit.  Dvt������(l fli's Otli duy of Docnmbor, A. T), 1W7,  WEC-i-flU T/.EI'JfJi.'V,  The case of JLiynes et al against  the British Coluinbi.i Land nnd  Investment Agency, limited, et al,  which was partly heard here before Mr. Justice Clement at the  sittings of the supreme court, iu  October last, will be continued at  Victoria on Thursday, the 3th  March next. Joseph Martin, K.  C, and C. J. Leggatt appear for  the plaintiffs, and E. P. Davis, K.  C.,'aud E.-V. Bod well, K. C, appear for the defendants. C. J.  Leggatt and Mrs. Leggatt leave  for the coast tomorrow.   _  Alexander McAulay, customs  oflicer at Carson, died at the home  of his sister, Mrs. Ewen Keightly,  Danville, Wash., Sunday last of  tuberculosis, aged 40 years. Deceased was a brother of Thomas  McAulay, and had been a resident  of the district for about ten years,  for the last four of which he has  been customs oflicer at Carson. Ho  whs ah efficient oflicer, courteous  and popular with all who had  business connections with him.  "The funeral took place on Tuesday,  and was largely attended, a number of old friends from Greenwood  and Midway being present.  Jas. A. Macdonell" (Big Jim),  tho rail way contractor; C. S.  ?5ow*ki, his partner, and 0. S.  Moss, resident engineer of the C.  V. II. for this district, were in tho  city yesterday. They went up to  the Mother lodo this morning, and  it is said a ;contract will bo let for  straightening the loop on that  brand). Asked about tho Midway and Vernon, Mr. Macdonell  stated that there was no i in media to  prospect of construction being coni-  Anothor important change was  made this week in the mail service  in this part of the state. Beginning Monday morning all mail for  points np the Similkamee'n river,  both American and British, i.s  transported over tho railroad, instead of by stages and circuitous  routes as has formerly been the  custom. With this change, Oro-  ville becomes a .--itiil more important postoilice thau before. The  otlico here has been au international . exchange- oilice for some  time, but the change gives it moie  international routes as well as  makes it the distributing point for  nearly the whole county adjacent.  Stages leave here now daily, except Sunday, for Penticton and  other points up tho Okanagan instead of tri-weekly as before.-r-  Oroville Gazette.  Tho Kootenay Belie is the name  of a cigar that can be found in  nearly every town between the  blue Pacific and tho wheat couutrv*.  A Desperate Leap.  The G. IST. train  on   Monday  on  teruoon carried away from Fernie  an undesirable character in the  person of F. F. Fisk. a bad man  from Montana, aud a fugitive from  American justice. ft. was not  Fisk's desire that he should take  the trip. He went at tho instance  of Immigration Agent Dunlop, who  accompanied him to the boundary  line.  Mr. Fisk was not enamoured of  the genial immigrant agent's company, nor did he approve of the  activity of the immigration department. Otherwise he would  scarcely have taken the course he  did.  As tho train, running at twenty  miles an hour, was. rounding a  curve near Elko he stretched himself forward in a yawn of inefliblo  ennui that completely deceived.  The next moment he had shot out  the car door and plunged from  the moving train into the show.  Giving a signal fer the train to  stop, Mr. Dunlop entered into the  spirit of the game and took to the  snow himself.  Fisk was partially stunned by his  fall and had made little progress  from tho spot where he left his  mark in tho snow. He refused to  get on the train again unless taken  by force. Ho got on and ho wore  jewelry the rest of the trip.  At Gateway Hliei-ill' Parrow  gathered him in and ho will await  the judgment of tho United States  court for theft. ���������Fernie Free Press.  Ed Atherton is moving from  Sandon to the coast. J. Black  will succeed him in that town as  postmaster.  Allan' McKinley"; died' iu Karn-  loops from cancer of thc.stomach.  He had lived -many, years at the  1.15-Mile House on the Cariboo.  Ralph A. Elilton of Molson,  Wash., nud Miss Flora Kennedy  were married at New Denver,last  week. _        .    .  J. II. Howarth's watch shop in  Alberni was broken into the other  night and robbed of several tools.  Mr. Howarth is the father of  "Weary Willie, the celebrated  hockey player.  A. W. [larding, a well known  resident, of ICamloops an.i ofthe  Nicola valley, was found .dead' on  Coal Hill, near Kamloops, a few-  days ago. He was engaged in  mining in that section and was .'JG  years of age. Death was due to  angina pictorisj from .which he  was a sufferer. ���������  The engagement is announced  between Amy Campbell (Maisie)  Campbell-Johnston, the daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Bonal'd C. Campbell-Johnston, aud J. Ii. Army-  tnge Moore, son of the late William  Armytage Moore of Arn more,  County Cavan, Ireland, and Mrs.  Frank Hardcastle, of Lancaster  Gate, London, England.  The North Coast says that forty-  eight  railroad  capitalists recently  stopped at that portjon their way to  Queen    Charlotte ��������� islands.      The  crowd represented a  billion and a  half of capital  but only''spent. 50  cents in   Port Simpson.    It is not  known what this  amount,  was ex  pended for, although it is expected  that some day the  matter  will become public.  J. Bertram had a remarkably  narrow escape from deith Thursday evening. He had been taking  a tonic after meals, and on this occasion in the dark got hold of a  bottle of carbolic acid, of which he  swallowed a teaspoonful. Luckily  the meal he had just consumed  prevented, the acid taking corrosive  effect internally, aud, with medical aid quickly at hand, he sustained no'more serious injury than  a burnt throat. To ' exemplify the  truth ofthe saying .that misfortunes never como singly, Mr. Bertram's little hoy fell into MilP  creek the same afternoon and was  pulled out by Clarence Jones, who  bad to go into the water to rescue  bim.���������Kelowna Courier.  31 31  The final match iu the Ross  cup was played Monday evening  between the Brown and Soniers  rinks, resulting iu a win of 11 to S  in faver of the former. Iu this  competition the rinks were reversed, the leads skipping the  games. This gives the leads aud  second players experience in skipping.    Following is the score :  ROSS  COMPETITION.  Somers   ....19  Spankie   ... 5  Lamont   ....13  Thomas   ... 4  Davidson ,:,  ....12  Palmer   ...in  Brown..-   .'...10  .. i>  Davidson   ....13  Sorncrs   .... 10  Bunting-.. ..  Grier   .. ."17  ATcCreath..'..  ...It!  Poniers   .... 15  Grier   ...       (  Brown    10  Brown   ...11  ... 8  ��������� The Columbia cigar is made from  choice, tobacco, and smokers should  look'for ifc when in search of something that will  delight, the senses.  A man may be'-so bow-legged  that'his best girl.cannot sit on his  lap without a, hammock, and yet  be a better citizen in every way  than one of the walking fashion-  plates whose organism is so delicate that.he canuot clean his finger  nails' without danger of catching  cold."  A judge in (.he East is sure that  poor cooking drives many men to  drink.' Hard drinking, too. deprives many a poor woman of the  necessary thiugs with which 1o  cook. Maybe if the man would  cut out tbe booze and bring his  money home the cooking wouldn't  be so bad.  It is said that tho time to speak  words of comfort to your friends  is wheu you need them, but if is  equally true that a ten dollar bill  bestowed at the proper time often  causes more comfort than a whole  volume of the most eloquent words.  '���������When a woman sees a couple  with a lot of babies she looks indignant at the father, and when a  man sees them he appears indignant at the mother.  After Clement.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Wc>ka, Nelson, B. 0.      *  In tho legislature Tuesday Attorney-General flowser and Ilaw-  thorntlnvaito rose to questions of  privilege to denounce the language'  used by Mr. Justice Clement in  the full court,' who'charged-the  RriiiVh Columbia- government, with  disloyalty for its course in attempting to enforce an imuigira-  tiou net against tho Japanese.  Job Printing at Tho Lodge  Harry Thaw has decided not to  remain insane more than a month.  This patent adjustable insanity is  the best to have if one must be  insane.  There are more Havana cigars  sold in the United States annually  than ihe factories of that city could  turn out in ten years.  Lowncy's chocolates are celebrated for their delicious sweetness, and can be procured at tlie  store of J, L. Coles.  Ledgers, journals, cash books  all kinds of blank books and ollico  stationery are sold by J. L. Coles.  . Some iiien put in so much time  preaching that they have litllo  time for practice.  There is no shut-down  at Iho  factory in Nelson, where the Royal  It is still bo-  parts   of   the  Seal Cigar is made,  ing smoked iu all  Bouudary. .  Tlio man who doesn^-b'eliove iu  hell is tho fiiwt one .to /.look': for "a  cyclone collar, when ''a" storm  turns up. '."\  i*w  j-  Tlm good either, 'die .yonn^" or  outgrow, it;  .��������� *���������'   ���������;;^L__yiL_  Broad Hints aro wasteil'"ou'*1iav  row-winded people,  ('ft-.  y -I  mm BY  GUY  BOOTHBY
Author of "A Beautiful White Devil/' "A Bid Fa-
Fortune/' "The Marriage of Esther/' .,"
Dr. Nikola/' Etc., Etc.
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TlTeia it long grecn-hldo quirt in my
hand, and as 1 spoke I advanced upon
him, making it whistle ia the nil'. Uiu
snrprlsud as he was at ruy audacity
he was sufficiently quick to frustrate
my intention. Rushing in at me he ai-
tomptod to seize the hand that held
tho whip, but he did not affect his
purpose until I has*, given him a smart,
cut with it across tho face, Then, see-
lag that he meant fighting, for I will
do him thc Justice to say that ho was
no coward, I threw tlie thorn; awa>-
and gave him battle with my fists. He
was not thc sort of foe to be taken
lightly. The man had a peculiar knack
of his own, and, what, was more, he
was as hard as whalebone and almost
as pliable. However he had not the advantage of the training I had had, nor
was he as powerful a man. I let. him
have It straight from the shoulder as
often and as hard as he would take it.
and three times he measured his full
length in thc dust. Each time he came
up with a fresh mark upon his face,
nnd I can tell you tho sight did me
good. My blood was thoroughly afire
by this time, and the only thing that
could cool it was the touch of his
face against my fist. At last I caught
him on the point of the Jaw and ho
went down all of a heap and lay like
a log. Just as he had fallen, breathing
heavily, The overseer went across to
him, and kneeling by his side, lifted
his head.
"I believe you've killed him," said
he, turning to ,me with an evil look
upon his face.
"Don't you believe it," I answered. "It
would have saved the hangman a Job
If I had, for, you take my word for it, |
he'll live to be hung yet."
I was right in my first assertion, for
In a few moments the manager opened his eyes and looked about him in a
dazed fashion. Seeing this I went off
to the stock yard and saddled my
. horses, then, with a last look at the
" station and my late antagonist, who at
that moment was being escorted by
the overseer to his own residence. I
climbed into my saddle, and, taking
the leading rein of the pack horee
from the black boy's hand, set off
over the sand hills In the direction
taken by the cart containing poor
Reaching the Mail Change���a miserable iron building of four rooms,
standing in the centre of a stretch of
the dreariest plain a man could well
Imagine���I interviewed the proprietor
and engaged a room In which to nurse
my sick friend back to life. Having
done this I put Ben to bed and endeavoured fo discover what on earth
was the matter with him. At that moment I verily believe I -would have
given anything I possessed, or should j
have been likely to possess, for five
minutes' conversation with a doctor, j
I had never seen a case of the kind !
before, and was hopelessly fogged as
to what course I should pursue in
treating.it. To my thinking it looked
like typhoid, and having heard that in
such cases milk should be the only
diet I bespoke a goat from the landlord's herd and relegated her to Ben's
exclusive use.
My chief prayer for the next month
was that it might never be necessary
for me to pass through such an awful
time again. For three weeks I fought
with thc disease night and day, one
moment cheered by a gleam of hope,
the next despairing entirely of success. All the time I was quite aware
that I was being spied upon, and that
all my saying and doings were reported to the manager by my landlord
-when he took over the weekly mail
bag. But as I had no desire to hide
anything, and nothing, save Ben's
progress, to tell, this gave me but the
smallest conre'rn. Being no longer in
his employ, Bartrand could do me no
further mischief, and so long as I paid,
the extortionate charge demanded by
the proprietor of the shanty for board
and residence. I,knew.he would have
no fault to find with my presence
Somewhere or another I remember-
ed to hnve rrprl that, in the malady
from which I believed my old friend
���was suffer-in** on or about the twenty-
first day tho r-'<-1s Is reached,- and
afterwards a change should be observable. My susniclons proved correct,
for on that v/u-y day Ben became conscious, and af'<"\ that his condition
began perceptibl v. to imnrove. For
nearly a week, though- still as feeble
as a month-old child, he rr.onded rapidly. Then, for so���o mysterious reason
he suffered a re'r-nse. lost ground as.
fast as he had -rained it. and on the
twelfth day. .conntins: from the one
mentioned above. I saw that his case
���was hopeless, and renHzetl that all my
endeavors had br"ti in vain.
How well I remember that miserable
afternoon! It hn'l been Fcorcbmslyhot
ever since Biinrip��. and the little room
in which T watered beside the sick
man's hod wps '":e a furnace. From
my window T could see the stretch of
sunbaked plain rising and falling
awav fnwa-''*-- ���l"* kn-i-on In endless
monotony. In th" r*dln'rilnf: bar I could
hear the voices <���* tre landlord and
three bushnon w'-o, acco-rling to custom, had m���r, over tn drink themselves Into d'-"i-l'i-*' "*i ��'���"!!��� hard-camcd
savings, and vm "a-l'Itntfn? tho business with r!I i'c��-r'!*'�� <i'-��!n!'f'*h. On
the bod poor Ben MiniMcd and tossed
talking wildly to himself and repeating over and over again the same
words I had heard him utter that afternoon at ��� M.arkapurlle���"live hundred
paces north-west from the creek, and
Just in a line with the blasted gum."
What he meant by It was more than
I <*ould tell, but I was soon to discover,
and that discovery was destined to
bring me as near the pit of damnation
as It 1b posslblo for a man to get without actually falling into it.
A little bo-fo-e sundown I left the
bedroom and went out Into tho verandah.. The heat and. the closeness of
the sick room had not had a^good effect upon me, and I felt wretchedly
sick and ill. I sat down on a bench
and took in tho hopeless view. A quarter of a ml In away across the plain a
couple of wild turkeys wore feeding,
at the same time kocping a sharp
lco'cout about them, and en tho very
edge of the north-eastern horizon a
small cloud of dust proclaimed the
coming of tho malt coach, which I
know had been expected since sunrise that morning. I watched It as it
loomed larger and larger, and did not
return to my patient until the clumsy,
lumbering concern, drawn by live
spxthiz uorsc3. had milled .up before
f .ihe Hostelry. IT. was me' driver's custom to pass' the night at the Change,
and to go on again at daylight the following morning.
When T had seen the horses unharnessed and had spoken to the driver,
who was an old friend, I made my way
buck lo Ben's room. To my delight I
found him conscious once more. I sat
down beside the bed and told him how
s;lad I was to see that his senses had
returned to him.      <
"Ay, old lad," he' answered feebly,
"1 know ye. But I shan't do so for long.
I'm done for now. and I know It. This
time to-morrow old Ben will know for
hlsself what truth there is in the yarns
the skv-nilots spin us about heaven
and hell."
"Don't you believe It, Ben," I answered, feeling that although I agreed
with him It was my duty to endeavour
to cheer him up. "You're worth a good
many dead men yet. You're not going
out this trip by a great deal. We shall
have you packing your swag for a nW
rush before you can look round. I'll
be helping sink a good shaft inside a
"Never again," he answered: "the
only shaft I shall ever have anything
to do with now will be six by two,
and when I'm once down in it I'll never
see daylight again."
"Well you're not going to talk any
more now. Try and have a nap if you
can. Sleep's -what you want to bring
your strength back."
"I. shall have enough and to spare
of that directly," he answered.  "No,
lad, I want to talk to you.    I've   got
something on  my  mind   that 1  must
say while I've the strength to do It."
But I wouldn't hoar him.
"If you don't try to get to sleep," I
said, "I shall clear out and leave you.
I'll hear what you've got to say late:-
on. There will be plenty of time for
that by and bye."
"As you please," he replied resignedly. "It's for you to choose. If you'd
only listen, 1 could tell you what will
make you the richest man on earth.
If I die without telling you. you'll only
have yourself to thank for ii. Now do
you .want me to go to sleep?"
"Yes, I do!" I said, thinking the
poor fellow was growing delirious
again. "I want you to try more than
ever. When you wake up again I'll
promise to listen as long as you like."
He did uot argue the point any further, but laid his head down on his
pillow again, and In a few moments
was dozing quietly.'
When he woke again the lamu on
the ricketty deal table near the bed
had been lit some time. I had been
reading a Sydney paper which I had
picked up in the bar, and was quite
unprepared for. the choking cry with
-whiclr. he attracted my attention.
Throwing down the paper I went
across to the bed and asked him how
he felt.
"Mortal bad,"..was his answer. "It
won't be long; now'afore I'm gone.
Laddie, I must say what I've got. to
say quickly, and you must listen with
all your,ears."
'-I'll listen, never fear," I replied:
hoping; that my acquiescence might
soothe him. "What is it vou have upon
your mind? You know I'll do anything
I can to help you."
"I know that, laddie. You've been a
good friend to rnn, an' now, please
God, I'm go'"riff to rlo a good stroke for
you. Help me to sit up a bit."
I lifted him up by placing my arm
under his shoulders, and, when I had
propped the pillc ��s behind him, tool;
my seat again.
"You remember the time I left yon
to go and try my luck A\   that   new
field down South, don't you?"
I nodded.
"Well, I went down there and worked like a galley slave for three months,
only to come off the field a poorer
man than I went on to it. It was never
any good, and (he .wh-~!e rush was a
���fraud.-Having fouiid this out I set off
by myself from Kalaman- Township
Into the West, thinking I would pros
pect round a bit before I tackled
another place. I .caving the Darling
behind.me I struck out for the Boolga
Range;''.'always i" y.ng had a sort o"
notion tr-at there was gold In that
part of the country if only folk could
get at'it."
'He psn'.ed, an���'. for a few momentr
T thought he would be unable to finish
his story, f.arse '-eads of persniration
stood upon'Ms fo-ehead. and he gasped for breath, as a fish does when
first la'vcn f"->n -he water. Then he
pulled himself t*y.'Cther an*' continued:
"Well, for three- months I lived
amonir thos" lonely bills. Tor all the
world like a M-"-k fellow, never seeing
a soul for the -whole of that time. You
must l-fmembor that for what's to
come. Gully after gully, and hill after
hill J^tricd, but all in vain. In some
places there were prospects, but when
I worked at them they never came to
anything. But one day, Just as I was
thinking of turning back. Just bv
chance I struck the rfght spot. Wh'n
I sampled it I could hardly believe it*'-
eyes. I tell j*ou'this,'laddie," here Ms
voice sunk to a wh'sp"-- as he said Impressively, "there's gold enough there
to set us both up as millionaires ii
dozen times over."
I looked at him in amazement. Was
this delirium? or had he really found
what he bad averred? I was going to
question him. bnt ho held up bis hand
to me to be silent.
wmit -wTianira ysu want -wi-cir ivre-r-
I asked, surprised that he should havo
Ui-:cn so mueJi trouble   to    find    me
when Fortune was staring him in the
'���[ wanted you to stand in wlih me,
lad.  I wanted a little capital to si an
work on, and I reckoned as you'd been
so long in one place, you'd probably
, have saved a bit. Now It's all done
I for as far as I'm concerned. It seems
' a bit rough, don't It, that after hunt-
1 ing for tho right spot all my life long,
! I should have found It Just when it's
no use to me? Howsoever, It's there
for you, laddie, and I don't know but
what you'll make better use of it than
I should have dono. Now listen here."
He drew me still closer to him and
whispered in my ear���
"As soon as I'm gone mako tracks
for the Boolga Range, Don't, waste a
minute. You ought to do it in threo
weeks, traveling across country with
good horses.' Find the head   of    tho
creek, a'nd follow it   down    till    you
reach the point where it branches off
to the east and leaves the hills. There
are three big rocks at the bend, and
half a mile or so due south from them
there's a big dead gum,    struck,   by
lightning, maybe. Step  five   hundred
paces from the rocks up tho hillside
fair north-west, and that should bring
you level with tho blasted gum. Here's
a bit of paper with it all planned oat
so that you can't mako a mistake."
He pulled out half a sheet of greasy
note-paper from his bosom and gave
it to me.
"It don't look much there; but vou
mark my words,  it will  prove to bo-PUT IT IN A SAFE PLAGE FOR  IT
"I tell you. Ma'am, you ought lo use
St. George's
if only for tlie reason that it Is whole-
tome nnd healthful."
.Ihe knowledge that you are NOT
eating alum, lime, ammonia and acid in
-->ur food���should count for a great deal."
"ST. GEOKG-3'S is made of oo.oojl' pure
ream nf Tartar "   TV.,;t
ng alum,
your food���should count for a
Cream of Tartar."   Try it,
Write for free copy of our new Cook-Book.
National Drug& Chemical Co. of
Canada i,iinlted, Montreal.        so
the biggest gold mine on earth, and
that's saying a deal! Peg out your
claim as-scon as you get there, and
then apply to Government in the usual
way for the Dicovcror's Right. And
ray you make your fortune out of it
for your kindness to a poor old man."
Ho laid his hc.-vi back, exhausted
vilh so much talking, and closed his
M-es. Nearly hal'-an-hour went by b~
'.to ho spoke again. Then ho said
"Laddie, I won't be sorry when It's
nil over. But still T can't help ihihk'ivj
( would like to have seen that mine."
He died almost on the stroke of
.nidnight, and we buried him next
lay on the little sandhill at the back
of the grog shanty: That I was much
affected by the poor old man's decease it would bo idle to deny, oven
if I desired to do so. The old fellow
had been a good mate to me, and, as
far as I knew, 1 was the only friend
ho had in the world. In leaving me his
secret, I inherited all he died possessed of. But if that turned out as ha
had led me to expect it would do, I
should, indeed, be a made man. In
order, however, to prevent a disappointment that would be too crushing,
I determined to place no faith in it.
My tuck had hitherto been so bad
that it seemed impossible it could
ever change. To tell the truth, I wa3
feeling far too ill by this time to think
much about anything outside myself.
During the last few days my appetite
had completely vanished, my head
ached almost to distraction, and my
condition generally betokened the approach of a high fever. -
Ae we left the grave and prepared
to return to the house, I reeled. Gibbs,
the landlord, put his arm round me to
steadv me.
"Come, hold up," he said, not unkindly. "Bite on ihe bullet, my lad.
We shall have to doctor you next if
this is the way you are going en."
I felt -too ill to reply, so I held my
tongue and concentrated all my energies on the difficult task of walking
home. When I reached the house I was
nut to bed, and Gibbs and his slatternly wife took.it in turns to wait upon
me. That night I lost consciousness,
and remember nothing further of what
happened until I came to my senses,
in the same room and bed -which had
been occupied by Ben, some threo
weeks later. I was so weak then that
1 felt"mora of a desire to die and be
done with it, than to continue the fight
for existence. But my constitution
was an extraordinary one, I suppose,
for little by little I regained my
strength, until, at the end of six weeks,
I was' able to leave my bed and hobble
into the verandah. All this time th��
story of Bon's mine bad been simmering in my brain. .The chart he had
'liven me lay where. I had placed it before I was taken.ill, namely. In my
shirt pocket, and one morning I took
It out and stud'ed it carefully. What
was it, worth? Millions or nothing?
But that was a questeicn for the future
to decide
(To be Continued.)
Says   Home-Made   Mixture   Is   Easily
Prepared, and Cures Weak Kidneys and  bladder
Here is a simple home-made mixture as given by an eminent authority on kidney diseases, who makes
thc statement iu a Montreal daily
newspaper, that it will relieve almost
any ca.se of Kidney trouble if taken
before the stage of Uright's d'sease.
He states that such symptoms as
lame back, pain in the side, frequent
desire to urinate, especially at night;
painful and discolored urination, are
readily overcome. Here is the recipe; try it:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kurgort, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces . Take , a teaspoonful after
each meal and at bedtime.
A well-known druggist is authority
that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by
shaking well in a bottle. This mixture has a peculiar healing arid
soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure, and often
overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while. This
mixture i.s said to remove all blood
disorders and cure the Rheumatism
by forcing the Kidneys to filter and
strain from the blood and system all
uric acid and foul, decomposed waste
matter, which cause these afflictions.
Try it if you aren't well. Save tho
But It Was-Very Trying on the Bus;.
Clerk's Patience.
"Don't yousfcnow that you have tbe
reputation of being the politest drug
clerk in town?" she gushed as she entered tho big drug store and picked up
a dozen candles sind two sample packages of chewing gum at one sweep.
���-Thank you, miss," replied the modest clerk, with a bow. "I always try
to do my best."
"That is very commendable. Now, I
want a stump, and I want lo use your
pen and ink aud also your blotter, and
I'd like to look at your directory."
Tho clerk busied himself iu passing
over the above articles, and then she
said in her sweetest tones:
"Would you mind taking up this bin
blot?   I'm nervous."
"Yes,-miss, I"���
"And attaching the stamp? I don'l
like the flavor of the gum."
"Really, I"-
"Ancl dropping the letter into the
box out on tho sidewalk? My fingers
are Inky. Thank you! That's a good
The clerk dropped In a chair from
"Well, of all the"- ho exploded. Bui
she was back again.
"Would���would you mind standing
by the window and watching for the
collector? I've mado a terrible mistake."
"What, miss?"
"Why, I actually forgot to dot an i.''
���Detroit Tribune.
At the end of the nursery dinner
shared by Tom and Dick there came a
dish of fruit wliich bore but one apple.
Straightway Tom  began to  wail.
"Now, what is the matter?" said his
mother. "What are you crying for
"Mecause," said Tom with mournful dignity, "because there is no apple for Dick."���London Telegraph.
So popular is Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup as a medicine in the
treatment of colds and coughs or ailments of the throat, due to exposure
to draughts, or sudden changes of
temperature, that druggists and all
dealers in patent medicines keep supplies on hand to meet the demand.
It is pleasant to take and the use of
it guarantees freedom from throat and
lung diseases.
Doubtless tho Reason.
Professor Senrchcm was engrossed
In tho study of all things that crawled.
To him a pin had but one purpose���to
impale Insects; tin cans but one use-
to house worms.
"Professor," complained his young
wife-one evening, "how the prices ol
vegetables are soaring! Just think of
it, $2 for this bushel of apples and half
have worms in them."
"Perhaps, darling," commented the
professor as he strove to part the few
remaining hairs on his shining head,
"they are of a very rare species."-
Harppr's Weekly.
A Good Lawyer.
"Do you know of a good lawyer?"
"Yes. Danforth is one of the best
lawyers in this town."
"Danforth? I never heard of any
important case that he won."
"I know, but he's a good lawyer all
the same. Ills first advice to a client
always is to keep out of court."���Chicago Record-Herald.
Presence of Mind!
"Don't talk," he said; MI haven't
much time left. See that there's nobody at the dooi\"
I crossed and opened the door leading into the main passage of the dwel-
ing, Was It only fancy, or did I really
hear someone tip-toeing away? At any
rate whether anybody had been eavesdropping or not, the passage was
empty enough when I looked into It.
Having taken my seat at the bedside
again, Ben placed his clammy hand
upon my arm and said���
"As soon as I found what I'd got,
I covered up all traces of my work
and cut across country to find you. I
sent you a letter from Thargomindah
tolling you to chuck up your billet and
meet me om. the road, but I (suppose
you never received it?"
I shook my head. If only I had done
sa what a vast difference it might havo
made in both our lives.
"Wall," continued Ben, with increased difficulty, "as'no letter cams
I made my way west as bast I could,
to find. you. On Cooper's Creok I was
taken, 111, arid a praclous hard time I
had ofi.lt. Every day I was getting
woi'fle.-and by tho time I reached Mar*
kuii&rile I was -'one.for, as yjon know,"
A good cover for irons when being
heated on a gas or gasoline stove is
an old teakettle with the bottom cut
Rub your aluminium teakettle with
a flannel moistened with kerosene oil,
then wash, rinse and polish with soft
Dishes which have become browu
and burnt from baking in the oven
may be easily cleaned after they have
3tood awhile In borax water.
Cover yonr ironing board wilh a
'hick layer of newspaper before putting on the sheet. They make ns fine
i pad as a woolen blanket and are always at hand.'
A carpet that Is badly faded and
'inrdly fit for use may be utilized In
"he following manner: Remove all the
lust and tack it on the floor wrong
ide up and paint It. The first coat of
paint should be quite thick, and it is
'icUer to use the yellow ocher for the
first coating. The next two coats may
be of any shade desired. Let the first
eoat dry thoroughly before applying
he second. A carpet treated In this
���nanncr will outwear linoleum.
Cook���A fellow spends a lot of
money for Christmas presents, and
what has he to show for it?
Hook���Pawn tickets usually.
Pe-ru-na Almanac in 8,000,000
The Peruna Lucky Day Almanac
has become a fixture irr over eight
million homes. It can be obtained
from all druggists free.' Be sure to
inquire early. The : 1908 almanac is
already published, and the supply
will soon be exhausted. Do not put
it off.    Speak for one. today.
"Pa, did you ever hear money talk?"
"What did it say?"
-:���" 'Good-bye'."���  Chicago    Record-
Herald, i:
Liniment    Cures     Diph-
Astonishing rescue of a bird's nester
in a gorge of the Sierra Nevada.���Tat-
No Sign.
Sister���I know Jack-is in love with
Brother���What makes you think so?
Sister���His hand trembled when he
buttoned uiy glove for me this morning.
Brother���Guess again. I was out
with him last night.���Cleveland Leader.
Both Objectionable.
Towne���They are two fellows I hate
to play poker with, Meanley nnd Kraft.
Browne���Oa, 1 know Meanley's always a hard loser, but whaf s wrong
with Kraft?
Towne���He's always an easy winner.���PhiladelphiaNPress.
Cannas In Window Gardenn-
Tho development of the carina Is
--.omething remarkable. Already they
.ire as varied as orchids, as brilliant
ns calceolarias and ns delicately colored ns the gladiolus.
The foliage shades from rich green
to claret color or a velnlng of rich
purple madder. Bach spike of bloom
Iras many flower**, so their beauty te
not transient. Originally of a simple
red, they have been so changed by culture as to assume many hues���pink,
rose, scarlet, lemon yellow and variegated petals which suggest gay orchids
in variety.
The roots of.these have to be set out
each year, but may be saved with ordinary care in the house.
Small canna plants make a good
green for an Inside window box in winter, especially in a hall room or office
where a little screen from passersby
Is desirable, Blnco the foliage is erect
and tall. In a low room with little sun
they would darken the place too much,
for In a living room every bit of tho
sun is needed for sewing and reading
durinjT the wintry, dwa-. ��� .     -     ������
An Easy Way to Prepare Light and
Dainty Meals.
The chafing dish is most useful for a
number of cooking purposes. It is specially designed for use on the table Id
order to prepare light, hot dishes suitable for breakfast, luncheon or supper.
The chafing dish Is admirably adapted
for cooking scrambled eggs, stirred
eggs, omelets, pancakes, stewed oysters, creamed lobster; also for broiling
cutlets, chops and small fillets, for
cooking sweetbread ragout, for stewing tomatoes, mushrooms,, etc.,.It will
be found exceedingly useful.
The t-liuling dish will also be found
a useful adjunct to the sickroom, as by
Its help various food preparations can
be cooked or kept hot. No up to date
housekeeper should he without a'chnf-
uig dish, because Its resources are almost unlimited.
A chafing dish set comprises besides
thc dish and cover a tray or stand or
In case of a silver dish both, fork,
spoon, skimmer and a slice or turner,
together with a flagon to hold the al-
?ohol. -
Till Next Time.
"Well," said Ardup, "I've established
a credit at the barber's, anyway."
"How's, that?" Inquired Smearcus.
"I got a shave and a hair cut, told
the barber I'd pay him the next time
I happened In and made my getaway
'immediately."���Chicago Tribune.
Willing to Oblige.
Suitor���No, sir, I do not love your
eldest daughter for her money, "ft" la
her beauty, her charm, her���
Pater���Say, I've got a younger daughter who hasn't a cent And she's lots
���prettier and more charming. Want
her?���Cleveland Leader.
Counolsseur���What a beautiful sideboard! Is it one of your old .family
ipleces, Mrs. Noo?
Mrs. Noo���Not yet, Mr. Connosher.
But it will be after me and James has
had It a couple of hundred years.���Harper's Weekly.
Stating tha Case.
"Oil," cries Miss. Minn., "Wyo.7" I say.
"I'm very III.," says she,
"And If my pain you would Ala.,
Run quick for an Md. \-    ������
Tills morning early I Ariz.��� *\t
Right Ga. of heart was I���
And mado it my-especial biz
To milk our Tenn. fat Ky.
Then, with tho help of Cal. and DeL,
,  I did tlio Wnsh., and Mint
Was not n Joke I Kan, you tell	
Indeed. It did Mo. fiat
So when I foil nil'I must nlve Ore.   ":
Upon iny'licil T I.a.
lAlns. I now ittri very sum
Such Hniniiru-Ks doas not. pa."
-Kllznbelli UIU in Knw York Life.
Lil-.a llio Parrot.
"Thumper occasionally says things
that are wonderfully apropos," said
one statesman.
"Yes,"' aiiRwei'i-J the other; "he's like
our pin-rot at hi.tiie. It doesn't know
much, hut whnt It doe-i know it keeps
repeating tintll some circumstance
arises that makes the remark seem
mnrvclously apt."
Largely Due to Derangements of the Liver,
and Bowels, Which Are Overcome By
You do not feel so young as you
used to. The joints are a bit stiff.
And you have dull heavy pains in
the back and limbs, with attacks of
rheumatism,  it  may  be.
It is possible you have found out.
tlint the cause of trouble rests with
tin; sluggish ac.tion of the kidneys,
liver and bowels, but if you have not
used Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,
you have not' tested the most effective''
treatment for these conditions.   ' ^   -
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are
a comfort to the aged, largely because
of their unique combined action on
the whole excretory system.
Constipation and biliousness can no
longer exist when the, liver is enliv-
jnecl to action by the use of this great
Kidney derangements and backache
likewise disappear when the kidneys
are invigorated and an occasional dose
of these pills ensures the elimination
of uric acid from the system.
Almost daily we hoar of aged people whose pains and aches have baen
overcome and whose life' has been
made more comfortable and more liap-
py by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-
! Liver Pills.
'.Mr. Jdmes J.,'Jensen, Olds, Alia.,
writes: "1 have .been troubled considerably with lame- back, which I
suppose came froni derangements of
the kidneys/ and I have nevei: been
able to find 'a treatment that was so
prompt and effective in curing this
ailment as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver
Pills. At two different times- in my ���
life this preparation- has entirely cured me of this trouble, nnd of late
years I hnve found it unnecessary to
use any medicine whatever. 1 feel
it my duty to add this statement to
the 'inany others which" I see in recommendation of this excellent medicine." , ' -
In every family there is need of
just such "a. medicine ns Dr. Chase's
Kidney-Liver Pills, to cure constipation-, 'backache; biliousness, indigestion and prevent'dangerous and fatal
diseases of the kidneys and bowels.
One pill a close, 25 cents a box, at all
dealers, or Jidmanson, J-Jntes & Co.,
Dishonorable Mention
"Heard a fellow mention me to-day
in connection with the Presidency."
"Nor" "Fact. Said no dub of my
type would do."���Louisville Courier-
Journal. "
To Prevent Is Better Than to Repent.���A little medicine in the shape
jf the wonderful pellets which are
.cnown as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,
Administered at the proper time and
.vith the directions adhered to often
prevent a serious attack of sickness
and save money which would go to the
doctor. In all irregularities of the
digestive organs they are an invaluable corrective-and by cleansing the
blood tliey clear the skin of imperfections.
Michael Callahan, a section boss for
the Southern Railroad in the little
town of Ludlow, Ky., has a keen Gaelic wit. One warm afternoon, while
walking along the railroad tracks, he
iouud a section hand placidly sleeping
beside the rails. Callahan looked disgustedly at the delinquent for a full
minute' and   then  remarked:
"Slape on, ye lnxy spalpeen, slape
on, fur as long as you slape you've
got a job, but when you wake up you
ain't   got   none."���Lippincott's.
all' hard, soft or calloused lumps and
blemishes from horses, blood spavin,
curbs, splints, ringbono, sweeney. slitlcs.
sprains, sore and swollen throat, coughs,
etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle, tt ar
ranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure
ever  known.
A Doctor's Wonderful Discovery.
What gives promise of being one of
the most beneficial discoveries In the
history of the world was modestly
suggested by Dr. Albert Calmette, dl
rector of the Pasteur Institute at Lille
Franco, in the course of an address he-
fore the international conference on
tuberculosis in Vienna.. He reported
that' he had been able to render all
the animals"used for experiment at the
institute���cattle, sheep and guinea pigs
���Immune against the most formidable
doses of tuberculosis virus���that Is to
say, the immunization has been com
plete for the eleven months' during
which they have been under obsefva
tion. If it be proved that It is permanent or that it lasts even for a period
of only a few years and that a. similar
treatment may be applied to human
beings the Importance of -this little
heralded discovery can hardly be overestimated.���Leslie's Weekly.
The  Harvesters
The youth   who sows wild oats,  'tis
Must reap as he hath sown;
But then his father ought to do
Some  threshing of his own.
��  ���Catholic  Times.
Pains,'Like'the Poor, Are Always
With Us.���That portion of man's life
which is not made up of pleasure,-is
largely .composed of pain, and to be
free from pain is a pleasure. Simple
remedies are always the best in treating bodily pain, and a safe, sure and
simple remedy is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. You cannot do wrong
iu giving it a. trial when required.
The three minor denominations of
Methodists who have just consolidated
in England make a church of 180,000
Moving pictures and songs, with social science class. Is a part of the Sun-
clay services of tbe Theodore Parker
Memorial church at Boston.
During the past year 581 men were
admitted to the ministry of the Church
of England where j dozen years ago
the number was over S00 auiiually.
The Methodist Episcopal ministers at
Boston are to send delegates to the
Central Labor union who will have a
voice In the proceedings, but no vote.
The canton of Geneva. Switzerland,
following In the footsteps of France,
will divorce state and church on Jan. 1,
1009, when a law recently passed to
that effect will become operative.
App.'e Dumplings.
Peel and core as many apples
As your appetite may wish.
Six or eight���perhaps.a dozen -
That would be a generous dish.
Make a dough like butter biscuit.
Roll It thin; with skill and care
Place an apple lightly on It:
Take.your, knife and cut it square���
Large enough to fold your fruit in-
Then within the vacant space
Of the core, a bit of buttsr,
Cini.amon and sugar, "place.
Draw your square up well together.
Pinch it gently on the top,
6o your dough will be protected.
Lest the cooking Juices pop. \
When your apples are all covered
Take a; fork and prick them through.
"Twill prove better, in the baking.
Half a-dozen times will do.
Bake them slowly.and while cooklns
lake of sugar Just a cup   	
And a modest lump of butter
And with light hand cream thera up,
.  Adding extract, and your hard sauce
Set on ice lo harden more.
Lift your apples from the oven.
And your labors will be o'er.
Serve them hot���the sauce adds flavor.
And each "dumpling. Arm and brown,
IS a'practical achievement. -
Adds a Jewel to jiour orovn.
When mnklug a skirt it is"always
best to try it on first time on the wrong
side, then reverse it and finish on the
right side.
Needles should, never be kept in flannel lined needlebooks, as sulphur often enters into the composition of this
material. Sulphur invariably rusts the
needles in time.
Metal eyes which protrude beyond
the edge of the material���where a hook
and eye fastening is employed���should
always be carefully and neatly covered with buttonhole stitching.   '
Bent pieces of whalebone can be
strengthened by being placed in cold
water for two or three^hours. This
will make them pliable. They shocriri
then be pressed under<a^eayy..weljjrJii-
Make a Frame House
LooK Lifte Stone
Bjrfar the most durable, most siebtly outside
ftDtth lor any house���makes it.warmer winteis,
cooler summers��� weather-proofs it���helpa make it
iie-prool too���that's
Handreo's of patterns, to suit an? idea you hate,���
perfect imitation of brick, cut stone, rough stone,
tic. Cost less-then you'd think Tor such-value.
Send for the book: about (modem metal finish, for
all lindi of structures.   It's FREE.  Address    311
The PEDLAR People     &',',
Ostiawi Montreal Ottam Toronto Lon'on Wlnnlpe?
For outdoor work,
for every day wear,
for   walking   and
driving, Elmira Felt
Shoes are the warm-
Soid by ,    '������ 1. ��� 1
fading est, easiest, lightest
Deaie�� and most comfort-
able of all footwear.
The trade mark, shown above,
is on tbe sole' of every genuine
Elmira Felt Shoe and Slipper,
Look for it whenever you buy.
A good way to get on In tho world
'is to make people think you aro doing',
'it���New York Tresa. ..--...
! \
.a./**-**** w*v^ Qagg������2SUSi&H  CATARRH OF HEAD  I Which Pe-ru-na Relieved in a Short  2'ime.  wlncC"  "By thunder!"  j    "It will make man o/woman put on    ( five pounds of fat per week."  }-    "You don't say!"  .Uncle Reuben Calls on the Maior' .,"Tlle ������dct0IB afad the hospitals win  'snrl  \A/���������to  to ,  x "T M-We eV6ry 0ther toQ,c ������*-������������ **  and WantS tO.Speculate. ' ������** m'ne.   What-does Lillian Russell  :��������� _j  I sa-v'** Sll.e weighed 185 pounds before  taking the peanut tonic and was sup  ��������� . n r. ,-.-1   -J._ I '   . . *  WAS THE SOFTEST THING YET  But the  Fakir Has a  Different Story  to Tell After the Farmer Hands Him  : a   Lemon   In  tho- Form "of-  . Check..  Bogus  [Copyright, 1907, by P. C. Eastment.]  ' The grand promoter sat in his office  doing a little mental arithmetic. He  was owing his landlady $21 for board  and lodgings, and she had that morning given him notice that he must pay  or leave. lie couldn't pay, aud he  didn't want to leave} and he was figuring on how many honeyed words It  would fake to permit'���������aim to hang on a  week longer in hopes that something  would turn up.   There was a knock at  _C  MISS SUSIE M. KINGSWORTH,  466 Quebec St., London, Out., writes:  "I began using Peruna last January when I had such a bad colj, and  I could not get anything to help me.  "My nose and head were all stopped up, so that I could hardly got my  breath. I thought at times that J  wou'd smother, especially at night.  "I have no trouble with, that- now.  The noise in my head has all disappeared.  "I know Peruna will do just what  you say it does.    I cannot- praise Pe  runa  too   highly,'as it has  done  so  much for me.   I hope my letter will  reach other sufferers."  Mrs. S.'J. Kountz, 1015 Scovel St.,  Nashville,  Tennessee, writes:   . '  "I have had a very bad cough nearly all iu v life and I am forty-five years  old. I have taken almost every kind  of cough medicine that has ever been  made, but none did me much good. I  would have spells oF coughing that I  thought I would cough myself to  death. I took Peruna; and last winter  and this winter I have had no cough  and I know that Peruna cured me."  Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna  Almanac for 1908.  She  Knew the Formuls  A stranger- approached. a little girl  who was somewhat accustomed to interviews,  with  the    usual    question,'  "What's your name, little girl?"  The little girl, without looking up  from her sand pile, replied:���������"My  name is.Edith, and I'm 4. She's my  little sister; her name's Mildred and  she's 2. I don't want to go with you  and be your little girl, and I know  you can't steal my .little sister."���������  Harper's Weekly.  ��������� Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  A celebrated writer was asked by  one of his friends wliy ho always wrote  under: a pseudonvm.  "Well," said he  of my family,  'it is  who  are  on account  prejudiced  I"-.."-"-'*"-*  against my profession. They call me  'penny-a-liner,' and consider it a  fliswrnr*p "  disgrace.  ^What is your father, then?'  j. "?|-e,is " gambling house  tor."���������Pele Mele.  proprie  $100   REWARD,   SIOO  The readers of this paper will 6e pleaa"  ed   tj  learn   that   there  is  at. least  one  dreaded disease that science has been able  to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh.    Hall's  Catarrh   Cure   is  the  only  positive cure  now   known   to  the  medical  fraternity.     Catarrh    being    a   constitu  tional     disease.     requires   - constitution  al treatment.   Hall i Ctarrh Cure is taken   internally,   aetinu   directly   upon   tho  blood and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of the  disease,  n   i  giving   the   patient  strength  by  building   up   the  constitution  and   assisting   nature   In   doing   its   work.    The  proprietors have so mu h fpi'h In its curative   powers   that   they offer One  Han-  drcd Dollars for any case that It fnih to  cure.    Send  for list, of testimonials. I   nlnnWi    i,im^ip   7������ T  'V,""1  Address P. J. OH EN BY ft CO.. Toledo, o.     Pmched   himself   to   see   if   he   w  Sold by all Druggists. 75c | awake.  Take  Hall's  Family   Pills  for  constipa- t  tlon.  The Gas Stove.  Do you And your gas stove a real  economizer? If not,, these may be some  of the reasons:  Lighting burners ' before you are  ready to use them.  linking but oue thing at a time.  Heating water or cooking in uncovered vcsselo.  Placing   small   vessels  burners.  Using   large   burners  ones would do.  Not turning out the flame before removing fond  Not lowering the flame when food Is  already boiling  Keeping Hie. Interior of the oven  dirty and greasy Instead of bright and  clean when It reflects "heat Instead of  absorbing it.  upon   large  when   small  Maple Sugar Pralines.  For maple sugar pralines, such as  Mie'girls at Vassiir make.'boil a pound  of-maple  sugar  In   water Enough  to  keep It  from  burning until the syrup  "spins ii thread.   Then stir iu'a'pound  of blanched almonds, cut In pieces and  n teaspoonful of butter and stir until  It grains.    Then spread on a shallow  plate  until   cool  enough  to cut   Into  tquares.  ay  YouMi  Need It  Ask your doctor about the  wisdom of your keeping Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral in the house,  ready for colds, coughs, croup,  bronchitis. If he say's it's all  right, then get a bottle of it  at once. Why not show a  little foresight in such matters?  Early treatment, early cure.  JUST SOLD FIVE COWS AND  THREE HOGS  FOK THIS.'-'  the door. It might be a creditor and It  might be some one of whom he could  borrow CO cents. He took bis chances  and bade the knocker come in.  It was Undo Reuben from tho country. There' were burdocks on his trousers, corn silk on his shoulders and thistledown in his hair, and his smile was  as broad and innocent as a sunflower.  It just carried one back to mother's  flapjacks and maple molasses to look  at him.  "Say, I'm  looking for* a feller,"  he  -annbuncednshe stood'in the door.  "Do you want the corn doctor or tbe  dentist?" queried Major Crofoot.  "Nope; I'm looking for a feller named  Crofoot���������a feller who speculates and  makes a bar'l of; mouey every week.  They say he had nn office in this  building, aud I want to see him. Zeke  Stebbins was telling about him atour  postoflice the other night.".  "I am the man," said the major as he  rose, up and placed a chair for his caller.. "Sit .right down. , l'ou have come  to the right place.".  "Thauky. So you make lots of money for other folks?"   ���������  "Yes; I divide up a few millions occasionally."  "You do, eh? Waal, by gaul, you are  the critter I'm looking for. I've been  trying copper and silver mines and  wheat and stocks aud haven't;made a  red cent. I want to hit a sure thing  this time."  The major's heart thumped like an  engiue. Here was innocence.and simplicity and confidence. He hadn't had  to hunt it up, but it had walked directly into his arms. He saw anywheres from $10 to $50 in it, aud ho    as  awake  "Just sold Ave cows and three hogs  I for this," continued Uncle lieu ben as  he took out his wallet and exhibited a  check for $190. I can spare it for a  good investment, but it's got to be a  sure thing. Zeke said you didn't deal  in anything else."  "Your frieud was correct.   I speculate to make, not to lose."  The Major's Motto.  "That's the sort of a man I like to  deal with. Jly motto has always been  to first get a sure thing and then go  ahead. I never could see why a feller  wanted to speculate and lose. Got  anything extra good on hand jest  now?"  "The best thing I've had on hand for  five years," replied the major.as he  tried bard to conceal his emotions.  "Yes, I was just figuring out the profits  when you knocked, and they, are so  tremendous that I'm a bit upset over  the figures."  "Yes, I notice that you are changing  color every minit or two. Let's hear  about It. That's what I'm after���������profits  bigger 'n a house. No use fooling  around six mouths to make a hundred  dollars. Zeke said you sometimes made  a hundred for one."  "My friend, I have promoted sixteen  gigantic enterprises, and each nud everyone of them has beeu u magnificent  success. I am now about to launch the  seventeenth, aud, ns I said, the profits  will be something appalling. Your  cOmlng In hero this morning Is an net  of Providence. I was Just loolcing  around for nn Innocent, honest man to  act as treasurer of the new incorporation���������sonic oue tlmt can be trusted  with $10,000,000 at a time.  posed to bo going Into n decline.    In  I wo  weeks  she   weighed '210  pounds  ,-iud was looking around for the ax to  chop  wood.    Whnt has kept the two  senators from New York state alive I'd.-  the last mouth?   What has braced Senator Fornker up anew?   Why has the  czar of Itussin ceased to talk of resigning? .Why is the Chicago beef trust  trembling in its shoes?   I tell you, sir.  iwo have the grandest thing on the face  of this green earth, and If 'you don't  make  $10.COO,OCO  out of  it  in   three  years I'll be disappointed iu you.    As  I said, I want you for treasurer,"  "And, by gum, you can hnve me!"  Uncle Reuben's Salary.  "That's right. That's tl# way I like  to hear a man speak up. Your salary  -for the first year, while we are getting  under way, will- only be n hundred  thousand'dollars, but after that it may  go to half a million. All you'll have  to do Is to count the money ns it comes  In and goes out and bo careful that you  don't pay out any thousand dollar bills  for hundreds."  "Say, It's great; it's great!" whispered Uncle Reuben as he walked around  nnd rubbed his hnuds together.    ,  "It Is greater than groat," added the  major as he also walked. "You may  want to know where we shall get our  peanuts from. Not from the American  trust, you can bet. I have leased 5,000,-  000 acres of the great Sahara desert  to grow them ou. Fifty bushels to  the acre, aud that makes 250,000,000  bushels of peanuts. We shall have' our  own .bottle factories and raise our  corks.". .  - "Lord,- what a head you have got on  yoii!"-  "Kings, emperors, czars, presidents,  dictators, lords, dukes, barons, .counts,  opera singers and actresses to advertise us, and behind them all the doctors come trailing in; also all the newspapers. Can you beat it? Can you  match Major Crofootf?"  "Shake hands, major," said Uncle  Reuben as be held out his paw.  "And enn yon go to work op Monday?" queried the promoter after-shaking.  Cure  Cures  Coughs  and Colds  '������������Us8 Shiloh's (JUTi  ������*for the worst cold,  the sharpest cough  ,;���������try it on a guar**'  antee of your  money back if- it  doesn't actually  , CURE quicker  than anything you  ever tried. Safe to  take,���������nothing ia  ���������it to hurt even a  baby. 34 years of  success corsmend  Shiloh's Cure���������  25c, 50c, $1.    sis  WHAT  BLISS!  A Look at the Girl  "Goldheimer  must    be  rich."  dreadfully  What makes  you  think  so������"  .    1 saw his daughter, who they sav  is   engaged   to   a   nobleman."���������TJlk.  Nothing looks more ugly than to see  a person whose hands are covered  ove,-, with warts. Why have these  disfigurements on your- person when  a sure remover of all warts, corns,  etc., can be found in Holloway's Con  On Christmas night,  Oh, what ���������''delight,  When stars are brightly gleaming;  And snows are piled  And breezes wild, "  4nd love, young love, is dreamJagl  What bliss, 1 say, .  Willi pa's old sleigh  A.nd robfcs all warm and-furry,  And  Dobbin, deur;  Whu lias no fear "  That ho will hnve to hurry!  And then���������oh, well.  If I must tell!  your own-.v, ownest girlie,  In coat and hood. '  All tucked In good,'  And warned to "come home early."  What bliss. "I say..  To rich- uwav,  Willi  bolls' just  faintly Jingling,  /And later on,  When love has won,  ������ur chilly fingers mingling!  /nd then���������at last���������.  Hearts heating fast.  In love's drllghtful tether,     '  To somehow feel  Lips slowly steal.  And  then���������why���������freeze,together.  ���������Lurana W.  Sheldon- In Judge,  IS A CUP OF DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING  !*Z!_a__________^r������: ��������������� atau grocers  The Old Tin  Pan  'ine Old Tin Pan inv subject is '  The Old Tin Pan all hail \  H does not "point a moral," but  Jt oft "adorns a tail !"  "How come dat" man got sich a reputation for wisdom w'en he never  say a word?"  "Dat'e des it. Folks thinks dat he  know' too much ter talk 'bout!"���������Atlanta Constitution.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Cardinal Messofanti, who died in  1849 at the age of seventy-five years,  knew and could speak more than fifty languages. And he knew them  thoroughly. He could'entertain his  English friends with specimens of  Yorkshire dialect, and his French or  German visitors with the patois of  their respective countries. "What a  fine job he could have had as a uni-.  versal interpreter should he have liv-1  ed in the time of the Tower of Ba-  bell!" was one of Lord Byron's caustic remarks.���������Argonaut.  LITTLE GIRL'S FACE .  COVERED   WITH   ECZEMA|  Cured   by   Zam-Buk  No Doubt. J  "I wns counsel for a railway company' iir the west." says n prominent  Nuw York,lawyer, "In whose employ  a section linnd line] been -killed by nn  express train. Ills widow" of course  sued for dnmnges. The principal witness swore positively that the locomotive whistle hud riot sounded until after,the entire trnlu had passed over his  departed friend. , '  "'You admit that tho whistle blew'*"  I sternly demnnded of tbe-wIt'uoSR.  " 'Oh. yes; It blew!'  '"���������Now.' I ndded Impressively, *lf that  whistle sounded In time to" give-Morgan1 warning, the fact would be lo favor of the company, wouldn't It?'  "'I suppose so.' said the wltncs*. ''���������  "'Very well.    Now, for wliat earthly purpose would the engineer blow tils  whistle    after    the   muiiVh.-id    beeu  struck?'  " 'I   presume,'   replied   the   witness,  with great deliberation, 'that the whis-  , tie   was   for   the   next  man   on   the  'That terrible skin disease, Eczema,   track.'"���������Harper's Weekly'  is no respector of persons.   The foi-  Biliousness Burdens Life.���������The bilious man is never a companionable  man because his ailment renders liim  morose and gloomy. The complaint  is not so dangerous as it is disagreeable.^ Yet rro one need suffer from it  who'can procure Parme'Iee's Vegetable Pills. By regulating the liver and,  obviating the effects of bile in the  stomach they restore men to cheerfulness and full vigor of action.  , "All alone in a trackless desert,"  wailed the heroine. "Not a tree, not  a rock in sight. Here come tlie ferocious lions!. Oh, what shall I do?"  "Dive troo de trap!" shouted a  friendly stage hand. "Yure standin'  right over it, lady."���������Houston Chronicle.  A Great-Game  "Did you enjoy the ball gunie-.yes-  torday , -  "1 should say 1 did. The umpire  was hit on the shin by foul tips no-  less than four times..   Say-it was simply  great!''���������Detroit Free1 Press".  If .vour,cliildi-en moan and are rest-  less   during    sleep,    coupled, ' when  awake,  with a loss of appetite, pale  | countenance, picking of the nose, etc  j you  may depend  upon it    that    the"  | prrmary cause of tlie trouble is worms  Mother  Grave's  Worm  Exterminator  effectually removes    these pests,    at  once relieving the little sufferers.   ���������  A Thought'.  A woman's sweetness and gentleness  are lier greatest- charms -and her  ^rongest weapons. To be hard and  Lifter nnd cynical Is lo lose all lovable-  ness.-Hoiiie Chat  "I'll be on hand or perish."  "Very well.    You may Indorse that  check and leave it-with me as security  that you  will show up.    It's a  mere  formality, you know.   Turn the check  over and write your, name there."  "And I'll make���������make"���������  "You'll, have $5,000,000 in'the bank  ' before.'another buckwheat crop is off.  And uow, as this is my Tusy day"���������  "I'll take a skate and show up Monday morning."  The major snt down and pressed his  hands to his thumping heart and longed for a dose of brandy. He gave Uncle Reuben ten minutes to get out of  thu neighborhood and .then wrote his  own name on the check and went'over  to the bank aud shoved it at the paying teller irr a careless way.  "Good only for paper rags," said'the  teller ns he shoved it back, with a grin  lowing cases testifying to the marvellous cures brought about by Zam-Buk  i.s convincing, argument that in Zam-  Buk we have the very best skin cure  offered to this or any other country.  Mrs. A. 13. Grass, St. Catharines,  savs': "One' box of Zam-Buk healed  my LITTLE GIRL'S FACE of Eczema. We use it for Cuts and Sores also.!'  Mrs.G.A. Kerr, Denbeigh, Out., says:  "My "Baby's Legs were so bad wit.  Eczema that I could not keep stockings on her. A box of Zam-Buk cured  her after the  Doctor had failed."  Dame J. R. Smith, Hawkesbury,  Out., writes:. "After three applications I was better of Eczema and ba-  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch on hu-  man or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  GOLD  COINS.  you  -   Got His Answer.  The victim of the dentist held up his  hand.  "Doctor." said  he.  "before you put  the lid on  my conversation  wi!  answer a .question?"       --.  ,  "Yes." sald���������tlie dentist." selecting a  square piece of rubber and' snipping it  with lils scissors. V  "Do people chew more on one side of  the mouth than the other?"  "Sure."-' said the dentist, picking up  the clamps.  "How interesting:   Which side  "The   inside,"   replied  ,tbe   deutist.  *���������,.��������� t i    j        , i   ,,    -7��������� " -"-"i sliPP'og the rubber dam over the ver-  fo.e I had used half a box, I wns cur-   bnl oue that Issued from bis .mlent's  Zam-Buk cures Cuts. Burns, Scalds,' "���������"���������"-'���������"���������P1"���������"'*  Ulcers, Ringworm, Itch, Barber's  Rash, Blood Poison, Bad Leg, Salt  Rheum, Abrasions, Abscesses, and all  skm injuries and diseases. Of all  stores and di-ugrrists at 50 cents or  from Znm-Buk Cv. Toronto, for price  G boxes for ������2.50.  "Won't your  honor  let  me brush  that mud off your coat?"  "By no means.    It came from the  Uncle Reuben was on too    Ho limi       *  y I1?, meiin:?-    rt came from the   - Z  M. QUAD.  Strong In Death.  Towne���������Well,   Ilussel  Is gone,  poor  fellow!    He just  worked  himself to      ���������->��������� .���������.-*���������"���������"-  death.     He   was  always  in   such   a   AK-D'S LINIMENT from time to time  lJUn,v, for the past twenty years.   It was re-  gendorfer. Blaetter.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen.���������I    have    used ��������� MIN-  Browne���������Yes, and they say he was  out of breath when he died.���������Philadelphia Press.  A Gay Old Bird.  commended to me by a prominent  physician of Montreal, who called it  thc "great Nova Scotia Liniment."  It does the doctors' work; it is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism and Sprains.  Yours trulv,  KG. G. DUSTAN,  Chartered Accountunt  Halifax, N. S., Sept. 21, 1905.  "Boys will be boys."  "Say the rest of it."  "And girls will be girls, unless fashion dictates other."  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  Judge Pelican���������Your grandfather was  a guy old bird.  Tommy Crane���������That so?  Judge  Pelican ��������� Yes.    Haven't you  heard   about   "The   Hanging  of   the  CraneV"���������Harper's Weekly.  The Truth of It.  "Yes," said Ha in Icy, the actor, "I had  ia splendid part In the show, but I���������er-  itook sick andM���������  ��������� "Huh!"-Interrupted Crittlck. "You  (menu you didn't take well."���������New York  ILIfe.  In Nameless Graves.  Not far from Hamburg, on the Island  of Westorland, Is u small graveyard to  which pathetic Intercut attaches.   Here  "I never cheated a man Iu my life." j tM T1!!* ot ",ose "***"* ,Up by fb<?  said the caller ' sea-bodies uurecogulzed and unclulm-  "No.  I  don't  believe you ever did. 'j .^���������-.,"������ri5d;   -Th?   ������������������etery-   wds  Mjd/ers  We publUh our formula*  9  We baniih alcohol  from our modiolus!  We urce you to  consult.your  doator  Wany a boy Is called dull and stupid,  when the whole trouble is due to a firv  JiV.er'M,yf,flrml5r.bclieve y������ur������wn doc.  tor will tell you that an occasional doso  of Ayer's Pills will do such boys a Rit  deal ofeood. They keep the liver active.  ������������������K4dt by Ut* jr. 0. Ajtt Co., Lowm, Xut>~~  wlth you. The now incorporation Is  ,ciiHod the Great 'International Peanut  iTonlc company, capital $5,000,000, aud  .inside of a year our tonic will be sold  Iu every country ou tho face of the  ���������rlohe. You know whnt the peanut Is  .)( course?"  "Vt-p."  "They are eaten baked, and they are  'eaten raw. 'They are eaten on tliu  street and In the house. They are eaten "at ward caucuses and at marrlnges  mill riiuerals. Doctors hnve nlwnys  said (hey were a good thing, but how  1,'ood no one knew until I compounded  a tunic of them. My dear sir, 1 enn  prove to you that one bottle of tho ton-  It- has the same nutrition as a whole  t-nrenss of fresh beef."  "Gee whiz!"  .'.'it.ir'iveijglljoiis more than a barrel of  Our money  would  be perfectly safe   ,,,odleatcd to tuls "se la 1855, and from  ��������� ilrcn up to now over sixty nameless  .'ones'have found their rest. In 18SS n  ,stone was raised bearing the dedication  ���������'"The Home of tho Homeless," and  each little mound Is further marked by  a simple bUck dune*. . '  WORDS  ABOUT  WOMEN.  What  Men   In   Many  Centuries  Have  Said About  Us.  If Cleopatra'u nose had been shorter  the face of tho world would have been  changed.���������Pascal.  Women'are undecipherable. Whether they laugh or cry. one's explanation  Is never right.���������T. Bentzon.  Their glory Is to be least spoken of  among men, whether for praise or  blame.���������Pericles.  Men and women never agree as to  the merits -.of another woman.���������La  Bruyere.- '���������'..'-.  Natural beauty Is not everything.  There Is an art Iu being pretty.���������Ludo-  vlc Halevy.  A person In whom the perfections of  both mind and body are found together  alone deserves in my Judgment tbe  praise of perfect beauty.���������Polystratus.  A woman's face ought to be like nn  April day���������susceptible of change and  variety.���������Lord Byron.  Laughter is the test of beauty .j Women that It embellishes are of the divine race.���������Itougon.  There Is an old saying that in England the wife Is tbe queen, in France  the companion, in Germany the housekeeper, in Italy tbe slave.���������London Outlook.  Tbe symbol of woman in general Is  that of the Apocalypse on the forehead  of which was written "Mystery."���������Diderot  Ia there any one with whom you converse less-tuan with your wife?���������Xeno-  phon. -. <��������� .���������.'.���������.������������������'.'���������..  A good thing Is soon snapped up,���������  Prehistoric Proverb.  May it be so with the cars!���������Sketch.  ,-~ Hsr Stipulation.  When a rosy cheeked, good natured  Irish girl fresh from the other side recently sought employment, in the service of n Germantown woman the latter  began anxiously to interrogate the girl  as to her qualifications.  '.. "Can you cook, Nora?" asked the  lady most earnestly. "Are you a good  cook?"  "Yes, mum; I t'ink so," responded  the girl naively, "if ye'll not try to help  me."���������Harper's Weekly.  Why Bankers Don't Like Them and  Prefer to Handle Paper.  "Of the different kinds of American  money uow In circulation the gold  coins of all denominations are the most  disliked in my business," said a prominent New York banker.  "Take a greenback, a silver or a gold  certificate or a national bank note to  your bank and it is received and placed to your credit without a moment's  delay.   Not so with gold.   A few days  ago a gentleman brought to our bank  upward of $3,000 in gold of different  'denominations and was much provoked  because we would not receive it and  jive him credit with the amount the  face of the coin represented.   This we  could not do because the law requires  that gold shall be redeemed only at its  actual   value.    CeMns   carried  in   the  pocket for any length of time naturally  lose something by abrasion���������probably  but a fractional part of a cent on a ten  dollar piece, but it is a loss nevertheless���������and therefore bankers cannot give  credit for gold deposits until the coin  Bhall have been weighed.   In the case  mentioned my friend took his gold to  the subtreasury and was compelled to  wait there nearly an hour before he  could get notes for it  "Every coin had to be passed through  the scales, and after .the weighing process; had. been -completed .three of the  coins���������two five dollar pieces and a ten  dolar piece���������were returned to him as  short in weight.   Before returning short  weight coins the department stamps on  the face of each coin a cross.    The  owner is either left to send the coins to  the United States mint for redemption  or again   put  them   Into  circulation.  Eventually the coins with crosses on  their faces will go to the mint and be  redeemed  at  their  actual   value.    In  many instances there may not be more  than  several   cents'   shortage  on   ?D0  worth of coins.    Business  men, how  ever, naturally object to the Inconven  lence and get rid of their gold ns fasi  as possible."  HOUSEHOLD   HELPS.'    .  Sgg spoons that are stained should  be rubbed with clamp salt before pol-  ifhing  Saucepans should be as flat nnd broad  ns possible, so that no heat may bo  .wasled.  If a few drops of glycerin be added  lo the starch for linens, it will be  found that the iron will not stick and  that the linens will have a beautiful  gloss after they ,-ire ironed.  Paraffin spin on a stone floor may bo  removed  lir   nibbing  bath  brick over  (lie m.-irl; and  letting- It stay till  nest  day.    Then   w.-ish   in   the  usual   way,  >iud the Moor will be perfectly clean.  Paint (.-an be removed from glass by  uliliin^'   il   with   hot   strong   vinegar,  otains 011  (be hands can  be removed  'i.v acetic- acid pi- salts of lemoni and ink  uai-ks will soon yield to pumice stone.  To remove ink stains from llDen dip  rhe article in mill; and-let tt soak for  about  two  hours, theu  take  out and  wash   with  soap  while the milk  still  .'���������em.-iius on the spots of Ink.   This will  remove any long standing stain.  Fencing a Continent.  After five years' work the great  transcontinental rabbit proof fence has  been completed In West Austra'ia. Its  (length is 2,030 miies. and the cost of Its  erection has been very nearly $1,230,-  jf.'OO. It is furnished at intervals of live  piles with systems of traps in which  liunfireds of rabbits are captured.aud  Uestro3*ed dally.���������Lloyd's Weekly.  ELIN������  IS CUEEJM5Y  Mother Sergei's Syrup, which  acts directly on the liver  and stomach, quickly restoring them to healthy natural  action, and thus it cures  biliousness and  indigestion.  CD  e  9  a  s  e  o  KEATS  ON  MARRIAGE.  Forewarned.-.  "Yes," said Hi Trngerdy. with a  smile, "I remember my parents used  to say I'd never nmountto anything  if I didn't give up my theatrical aspirations."  "Well, that was fair warning." remarked Crittick. "Why didn't you  protlt by it'*"���������Philadelphia Press.  Happy  Family.  "Do Bllggius and his wife quarrel  as much as they used to?"  "No. Each has learned to go on read-  lug a newspaper while'the other is  talking without being in the least disturbed."���������Washington Star.  It Has.  Pupil���������I do" dislike grammar, for Its  exactions get on my nerves.  Teacher��������� You tnlk aa. if grammar  were an emotional study.  Pupil-Well, hasn't It inoods?-BaJU-  more American.  Different Package.  "Roper says he always' buys hi* <*  gars by the box."  '<! don't believe It."  "Why?"  "That stuir Is sold by-the bale."���������  Llpplnwtt's.  Very Low.  "No, indeed, I wasn't there," said  Cholly. "1���������aw���������only associate with  my equals, you know."  "Really?" replied Miss Pepprey  "You should uliri higher than tliat"-  Cnthollc Stnudurd nnd Times.  One Thing He Recalled.  Mrs. Benlinm ��������� Do you rememboi  when you proposed to mo?  Benlinm-Ves; I remember you err  cceded the speed limit In Baying "Yes."  ���������New Vork Sun.  A Suggestion.  "Does the gray mutter of the braro  ever change its color?"  "I suppose It does when It turns into  ii book and Is read."���������Baltimore American.  Barrier Against  Matrimony  In  Which  the Poet Rejoiced.  Notwithstanding your happiness ami  your recommendation, I hope I shall  never marry.   Though the most beau  tlful creature were waiting for me a I  the end of a jouruey or a walk, though  the carpet were of silk, the curtains of  the morning clouds, the chairs"and sola  stuffed  with cygnets' down,  the food  manna,   the   wine  beyond   claret,   the  window opening ou Winnnder mere. I  should not feel, or, rather, my happi  ness would uot be so tine, as my solitude   is   sublime.     Then,   instead   of  what I have described, there is a sublimity to welcome me home.   The roaring of the wind Is my wife, and the  stars  through  the   window  pane  are  my children.  The mighty abstract Idea  I have of beauty in all things stifles  the more divided and minute domestic-  happiness���������an amiable wife and sweet  children I contemplate as a  part of  that beauty, but I must have a thousand of those beautiful particles to Oil  up my heart.  I feel more and more every day as  my imagination strengthens that 1 do  not live in this world alone, but In a  thousand   worlds.    No  sooner  am   I I  alone than  shapes  of epic greatness  arc stationed around me and serve my  spirit the ofllce which is equivalent to |  a king's bodyguard���������then "tragedy with  sceptered   pall   comes  sweeping   by."  According to my state of mind I am  with Achilles shouting In the trenches  or with Theocritus In tbe vales of Sicily, or I  throw my whole being Into  Trollus, and, repeating those Hues, "I  wander like n lost soul upon the Stygian  banks, staying  for wnftage,"  I  melt Into thc air with a voluptuousness  so delicate that  I  am content to be  alone.    These things, combined with  the opinion I have of tho generality of  women, who appear to mo as children  to whom I would rather give a sugar  plum than  my time,  form a  barrier  against matrimony which I rejoice In.  -"Poems of John Keats," by^ Walter  JlaJoia-V-  Kendall's Spavin Cure I  "  r-  I  ���������..r: I  Spavins  Portage Rrvt^,  N.B., March 5 -06.  "I am using- your  Spavi.-i Cure atici can  say there is nothing  to be compared with  it." GilbertMuzeralt.  Thoroughp/n  Curb  Splint  Ringbone  Sores  Swellings  Sprains  Bruises  nnd oil  Lameness  it a bottle���������6 for $5. Our great book���������  "Treatise on tbe Kor������e "���������free from  dealers or sji  Dr. B. J. mmi CO, (nottart fallt,' Vermeil, 9SA  Troubles of an Amateur.  "I thought yr,;i had gone to raising  bees," said the man from the city,   "l  don't see  any sign of them  around  here."  "I had half a dozen colonies of the  finest bees I could get" answered the  suburbanite, "and a whole library of  literature on bee raising, but they  swarmed ono day, and while 1 was  looking through my books to Und out  what was tho, ^-opcr thlug to do when  T     *���������* "*** * ���������������*��������� "ever seev  ^_ J^g^,-    him nai.-Londau XsUi���������i  Pleasures of Deserted London.  To the few of us who elect to remain  Iu town during the dend season, life  offers some attructloiis, Entire freedom from social engagements comes as  a boon and a blessing, n welcome re  taxation. A man can go where he  likes and dress as he pleases, If lie  chooses to walk down Piccadilly In n THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ^VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllMIII!  1   Dl  I CONTRACTU!  m  ILDER  =   Dealer in ' =  |    Windows, Doors, |  1       TOrned Work and    |  I Inside Finish, ������  | S1IINGLKS, BRTCIC, KTC. I  | MANITOBA |  I Wood Fibre Plaster I  m PHONE   65 s  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwnwiiiiini#  Hotel Ladysmith  The best-appointed working-man's  hotol in the city. The finest of  bars, stocked with the best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars. Lighted with  Electricity. Hot and cold baths.  Hates: Hoard   and lloom, JI a day  OLA LOKSTAM   -   -   PROPRIETOR  General Merchants, Midway, B. C.  Hay and Grain always  on hand. Slciffhs and  Wagons and Implements  of all kinds carried in  stock. The very best  goods   at- right   prices,  nelson, b. c.  wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  J. S. Cameron.  J-lote  Gpeemxiood, B. C  The e'di'M hotel in the city, and still  under tin- ���������.air.e mnnagoment.   Rooms  comfortnl-li', mc.ils equal to any in the  citv, and tliu bar sppplics only the best  Corner of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J, W. Helson  T^EjMOj^T HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t>e safe.  Mc\IoL?e   <Sc   Tnegillus  The Greenxjuood Bt?aneh  MgIsoh  Iron Works  Is now prepared to make  all kinds of Iron, Brass or  Copper Castings. First-  class    work    guaranteed.  Geo. fYI. Holt,  manager.  3^f  THE NATIONAL  HIGHWAY  For those who could not get  away during the busy Holiday Season,  we recommend  'BANFF  Two weeks in this Far-  Famed Sanitarium, with its  Sulphur Baths and first-class  Hospital arrangements, is just  the place to build up and get  a fresh start. Kates, $2.50  per day and up.  Standard Sleeping cars and  First-Class  TOURIST SLEEPERS  on all Through trains. Correspondence invited and  cheerfully answered.  9 For particulars call  on local   a  agents or address  .X. MOB. I>. I*. A.., JielHon.  K. .1, COY1.K, A. O. I*. A.  VllllRHtlVRr  f  W&fWb^^'W^/Q/tii/&&������sbrtaVt/%it  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  ^ ������ Tiluttiit  Is published every Thursday at-Greenwood, B. C , and the price'is $5 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  States, Mexico and Great Britain. To  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address all letters lo The  Ledge, Greenwood, B, C,  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD  B.   C, FEB. 27, 190S.  Iftuf L***>ll   A I  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners u specially.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Niven, Prop  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British J Columbia.  HEHRY   STEGE.   PROPR.  of the Mainland Cigar can be  seen all over British Columbia.  Made in Vancouver by Wm.  Tietjen, and sold on the road  by Nat. Darling.  From France, Holland and Japan.  SEEDS, TREES, PLANTS.  For fall planting. Eeliable varieties at reasonable^prices. Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,  Spraying Material, Cut Flowers,  etc. Oldest established nursery on  thc mainland of B. C. Catalogue  free.  M. J. HENRY  SOU) W<".<iulnslt-r lloiul,  VANCOUVER.  SLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  Arlington  Hotel  GREENWOOD  Has ample accommodation  for a  large number of guests.    Pleasant  Rooms and a  Good  Table.    Sunday Dinners a Specialty.  Mrs. Ada Bekxaud.  GREAT  MINKKAI. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "Little HomoJFRictionnl"anil "Litfli; Frank"  Mineral Claims, .situa(i);in   Ihe Greenwood  .Mining Division of Vitlt*. W.ifr|ct.   Whew lo-  eiileil:   Iii'.Skylnrk.Giiiiipuii l,linl Gri.ek,  TAKE iVOTICK that 1, Syilm.y M. Johnson,  iis'-tlntr iii< ittrunt (for .rusKpli J, .Mi-Donull, l-'rui.  Miner-n Ortlllt'iiO So. Hl'io.ll.'iiileiul.filxty (lays  from tin; il.-iti: Iii-jvrof. to apply to tlio .Mining lfe-  c-urdtir for a (.'<!rtllicati! of Iiii{iri)viirnent4. /or the  luir|io������;of olitalniii},'ii Crown Grunt tothu above  ulnlm.  Anil fiirtlwr take noticii that ht-tlnn, under  Bixitlon .')7, must ho (.-ommancbd  liuforo tho lost!  anno of Mich CertlfloaH* of lniprovi-ments.  Ualtd thl-j Wlh day of J miliary, A. D 1008.  SYDNEY M  JOHNSON,  I.AKII   ACT  SixLiJiiameen Land District.  IJINTKIOT   OF   YALE.  TAKE NO'l'IG'K Hint .rnmi-n I-Mptr DriTiii/in.  of Midway, II (', occiiimllnn ,l-'������rmer, intend-)  roupoly ior n spuniul ilmhi-r llci-ndi-over the  MlfiH-iriif (Iii.4itIIi<i-i IiukN:  'joiiiiiiiiiii-isii? at a post ul the North Kiwi <-or-  in-rof I,orVl71r in Group I, Kiinillciimoun 1)1-  vMon nt Yuli,-Dlilrli;t, nci-ordliiK to the olllclnl  Hiirviiylhi.'ii-of, ilii-rit-c wo.<t Wi ehalnn, thonco  iioi-(JI'4(M-lialiiH, iliont-o oiihi. iw clmln.i. thonco  noutli .10 chnhiB to | olnt of t-oiiiiii lico-  iiivut und uontahiliii; S-'i)acres moro or h.-au.  j--af.ct tlio 'Mhtlny ot November, l:xi".  J AM fa IMG All DRENNAN.  ROUTE  OF  THE  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  TRAIN  LKAVE8  MIDWAY DAILY  8:50 A. M.  ARRIVES  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. IL UUBNHAil, D. F. &P. A.,  Grand Forks, B. C.  W. A. Ross, A. G, P.,A.,  Seattle, Wash.  <union| wCilaJcl)  Tiik big tunnel will make Greenwood oue of the greatest mining  camps in tlie west.  It is several weeks now since a  lost mine has been found on the'  Queen Charlotte islands.  Thk member for Greenwood riding was presented with, a bouquet  last week, and it hadn't any lemons  or Molson's bills in it, either.  ' Now that the judges of the supreme court have temporarily settled their differences, some attention may possibly be' given to the  legal-business of the interior.  How' much'money."have you invested in the city and district? ������������������ Is  it worth yoiir' while to join the  Board o"f Trade and help the live  ones boost the town ? Or do you  prefer to sit down and kick while  others make your dollars grow ?  In the provincial estimates this  riding is down for $7,000 aud  Grand Forks $7,800. Neither is  a very large' appropriation for the  improvements needed, but there  are always supplementary appropriations as necessities arise.  It is three years since the charter, was granted to the V., V. &  E to build' a ''main'.' ��������� line ��������� through  the Boundary to the coast. The  member for Yale-Cariboo was responsible for the agreement entered into between tlie government  and the company.. The company  has not carried out its part of the  agreement. Tt is Mr. Ross'"duty  to see that -this agreement is carried out.  ^;  ���������    ' A. COAL SCANDAL.  Stock-taking sale   of Art Squares,  Rugs,  all sizes and .prices.  Japanese Matting and Linoleumns.  Phono 10.  A. L. WHITE,  Furniture Man.  If it were not proven, by the.  oilk-ial documents, aud by the testimony of one of the officers of the  department of tho interior., it would  be impossible- to believe that the  latest scandal���������that having reference to the distribution of the coal  lands of the West���������had any foundation, in fact. But the evidence  has come out, and there is ' no denying the truth. Coal measures  are to be found throughout the  province ot Alberta. These deposits afford the settler and the  rancher the fuel which otherwise  would be wanting. It has been  the policy of former administrations to encourage the mining of  coal by tho awarding of small  areas to actual operators. This  government has followed a different course. It gives the mines  to favorites, and in, areas that are  sufficiently extensive 'to create  monopolies in the districts to be.  served.       . - -     ;  The method of distribution .has  been exemplified in the' Caldwell  case, just ventilated before the  public accounts ' committee. Mr.  Caldwell was entitled, under the  law, to receive just one coal grant  of 320 acres, and no more. But  the government was ready in his  interests to violate its own law,  and to give him a  coal territory of  very considerable extent. In order  that Mr. Caldwell might secure the  mines in contemplation an interesting manoeuvre was adopted.  Applications-foi allotments were  accepted in thc names of somei-'SG  dill'ei'cnii parlies. "The parties  whose names were .used were the  bell-boys or chambermaids of Ottawa. As each hell-boy or chambermaid signed for a coal mine, he or  she signed also an iissignmeiit'to  Mr. Caldwell. Thus tho grant of  mines lo the k-ll-hoys'and chain-  b'-rmaids was really ������ grant to Mr.  Caldwell, in direct antagonism to  the statue wliich limits tlie quantity of coal any one individual may  have. The publicity given to tlie  .scheme when ib was going through  seems to have made it difficult for  the government to carry it out in  its entirety. But Mr. Caldwell  secured a good slice of mineral  land. What he got was a block.of  l2,!)20 acres, for which he paid the  country the munificent sum of $50.  The ingenuity with which thi*  machinery for tho evasion of ,the  law was designed is characteristic  of the Oliver regime. It is a  repetition of th** manoeuvring that  brought thc timber berths into the  hands of politicians for relatively  nothing. Such skill could- not  have.been exercised by a person  without influence, or by a person  who does not represent somebody  high up in the ruling dynasty.  That Mr. Caldwell acted not for  himself, but for the politicians  whose names it lias been deemed  prudent to conceal, is more than  probable. In a word, the-great  coal raid effected in the names of  the chambermaids and bell-boys of  Ottawa was made for some political magnate who is hidden from  view. What the name of this  grafter is parliament will no doubt  endeavor to discover.���������Mail and  Empire.        _.   Time isn't exactly money, but  some people spend one just about  as foolishly as the other.  When nature neglects to make a  fool of a man it gives some woman  a chance.  Give the average youth plenty  of cold cash and he will have a hot  time.       -   When a man has colic,vou should  not expect, him to be sociable.  The majority of people who wan  to be'eoaxed ought to. be clubbed.  Thc perfect results of careful culinary- efforts, the  true delights of fine cooking, are known only to  users of  una  TERiON STEEL  ���������The Range that keeps the  Range Boiler Boiling. For  Sale by  i-lionc A-.'SS. Oppoxltt- Nimls-n Hotel,  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS.  To Mliia Akiii-h Anderson, and IV, T   Smith,  or any other poraon or pontons to mIioiii  they may havo triinsfcrrei1 their Iritcru.-itH  in thi! ColumhiiH Mineral'claim, ultunti! In  Summit Cnni|), in the Greenwood Minlnu  Division of Viilij District, and recorded In  llio JlininK lrccor.lcr'8 ofllt-o at Orocnwci'-I,  H.O.:  Vim,nnd (inch of yon. uru In-mliy notlHud  that, J havo exi cndi-d th������ ("inn of throe hundred  dollars (aw.W)/ In Inhor mid rrairdlnir fens on  tho   iiliovc mimed mineral claim In , rdcr to  hold the ami] miller the provisions of section  L'lofthc Allnornl Act:  and that If, within l!-i  days from the (Into of this notice, you full or  riiiiHo to coiitrlhut ��������� yonr proportion  of the  afoi'Psnld' oxiieiiiiitiire��������� MI11.1 Anna* Aiid-r-uni  seventy-llvo dollar,. (<���������"������.(m), mill  W.T. Smith  twenty-live  dollars (s'i no;���������far tho  one  year.  endliiK the altli day of May, I'MI, together with  nil costs of ndvorlislnif. your InleriMIs In the  said olalin will hi!ijiimu vested In the undersigned, iiinlcr See.'l of tho Mlnoml Act, Amend-  mon I. Act, 11'<).  lliitud at Greenwood, B. C, thin 1UU day of  December, 1007,  ill JAMES F. CUNNINGHAM,  /"���������  Wh repeat that we know neither  the facts nor the law bearing upon  thc failure-of a judge ot the  supreme court to he present at Kelson when one was expected ; but  we do know that the public is getting heartily sick of certain performances in connection with the  administration of justice in this  province. We also know that the  members of the supreme court are  public servants paid to wm-k l*or_  the public, and as such they are  liable tn crilicism, which in the  case of s.>ino of them has been  withheld so that public confidence  may not he further weakened than  can be avoided.���������Colonist.  /SSEBaaSSEBHSH^  I  ?c   I  j.*rKST-ci,ASS Ol  L-.t-.L-   t  _"    STIMOT-r.Y   '  FIl'ST.CT.ASS  Combining More Good ..Points Than All  '.  Other Makes, -    Sold   Exclusively   by  j^^agataisaMWj^^^  Early biv.-ikfasts and   late  stip-  oers ever readv at Moore's Cafe.  This chaff is thc yellow cellulose  skin evidently placed by nature  around the heart of the berry to  protect it- from insects. It cer-.  tainly was not intended for human  .use, as tests have proven that,  when steeped alone, it is nndriuk-  able.  Its removal, therefore, leaves  only the best part of the coffee,  which can be used and its delicious  flavor enjoyed without fear of ill  effects.  JTo user of coffee should fail to  try Harrington Hall. Besides being more healthful and delicious,  it is more economical, as a oO cent  pound tin will make from 15 to 20  cups more of delicious beverage  than will the same amount of ordinary coffee.  DISTRIBUTORS:  Hunter-Kendrick  COMPANY.  rzk_^a, . . , 1 1  |S|   Supplies electricity for Power, Light/Heating"  and Ventilation.    Power Furnished to mines'  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the service will be continuous,  Get our rates before completing your estimates  $ I pjfesh and Salt JVIeats, Fish and Poultry  I ������ Shops in nearly all the - towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  >3  Pftoeniz  B. (K.  i Is opposite the Great Northern depot, and is a delightful  3 haven for the weary traveler.    Great veins of hot water  I run through tho entire house, and bathrooms are always  3 at the service of those in search of material cleanliness.  I The dining .room is an enemy to  dyspepsia,  while the  I artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment room makes  I -the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flour garden.  I The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  H a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  I -                       .      JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  E.  W. WIDDOWSON  ASSAYJUl AND CIIIS3IJST.  CHARQES:-  Gold. Lilver, Copper oi-Jje.id, each ������1 00  Gol.l-Silvcr or Silver Load....'- '. 1 .W  Gold-Silver, with Copper 01 Lead  2 50  Careful sampling; accurate assaying; prompt retu/us. 317 Baker  street, Nelson, B. C.  CEO. I',  H'KI.LS,  l'l-upriotor.  nelson, B. &  jj. xomkins,!  Itlimogvr.  Tht  ��������� Typewriter  is the standard of the world,  by whidls |^lr others are  measured*     ^       ,y-  Remington Typewriter Company  542 PMer Street, Vancouver;  '.fl-JtV** -  bit  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.  'Bus meets all trains.  a  (Kings Liquor Scotcii Whiskey  12 Years Old  J. W. Burraesters White Port.  Jas. Bennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  IMPORTERS; GREENWOOD, B. C:  Is under the management of Greig & Morrison. The  rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains  the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars.  Is the best' appointed Eestaurant in the interior of  Britith Columbia. The best cooks aud most attentive  waiters only employed.    Open all the time  mr$. fllex. fireig, Proprietress.  la&agMiftaagsg^  I  v....  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at ������10, ������12 and #15  Per-Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  The Kootenay Saloon  Snmloti, D. C, 1ms n line oi nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town ot thc Great West. A  glass of aqua puro givcu free with  spirits niciiti.  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. Ifc. is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are sorved in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  I Erpest- Jo CartJ.er, Prop.  e-**V<&/%-fc'������^'&<*&U'U.'<&t^������^l/^'fc'V^^  ��������� Open day and night in the Windsor Hotel. Feeding people is like any other business, it requires experience. Wo  have the experience, you havo tho money, "Wo know how  to prepare and serve meals, you havo tho palate to appreciate good food well cooked. Try the partnership.  It may prove benelicial to both of us.    We aim to please.  Reward Itiom, Proprietor.   ^  I  If I.  /'tt  ��������� .'JJ  ill  s !  msmm  ���������smas���������xastmi  MrrnaramasH


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