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The Ledge Feb 28, 1907

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"^���������  DRUGGISTS.  OPTICIANS.  ���������'     '     '-r'f'M  ��������� ptftUii*  -wi '  :-(f  tf  GREENWOOD, B: C./.TBIJESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1907.'  No. 34  Following in reference to'Erank-  Hn camp is taken-' from, report of  (treological survey:  - Both in the nature of its ore- deposits and- in its-geology this district bears a strong, resembance to  t the Boundary Check district.., *The-  rocks are uery similar and.the'con-  tact raetamorphism-, forming:lime  Bilicates and magnetic chalcopyrite  deposits is the same. - In,Franklin,,  of course, - it has yet to be proved  that mineralization was on the  same " gigantic -scale -as in the  Boundary,' andi thattheoreshave'  the minerals iu the'same'proportion ���������to make them'so-amenable to  smelting.-    .  -   ,V '     -  The. most exclusively developed'  ���������claim, is.the McKinley -which has  had about $30,000 expended on"~it in  surface. improvements, 'tunneling,  trenching   and  diamond  drilling.-  Four leads haye'beeu discovered in  =a band of limestone'running nortli  ���������coward Franklin  mountain.    Development has scarcely, determined  \ is        "the strike of the leads, but they appear to run transversely acros- the-  limestone bands.    Along the ledge-s  the^limestone^'is ,altered  to green  silicates, epidote,'hornblende, -garnet, &c. ' The lowest ledge yetXun-  covered hasa large (development of  magnetite; witlhsome iron-aud copper sulphides. _"���������      -'*  -  The -second1 ledge- outovpps-for a  width-of about thirty  feet.1 but the  dip.. is-1 at   a low angle southwest.  It contains a "large ainoiint <>f galena. , It is said to "yield high grade  ere,  with good values   in silver.  The upper and best developed ledge  haB iron and copper pyrites as the  chief metallic minerals,, and a con-  -siderable   amount of the gangue  minerals.     Ifc  is- supposed  to-be  .-about forty feet wide dipping about  ���������45������  south,  and has been followed  '300 feet.    Fromia point 213- feet in  the tunnel the fourth ledge i������ cut  for a distance of fifteen -feet.    This  ������������������Beems rich in copper.     The gold  values are low, probably on. am average lower- than in the Boundary  ���������ores,  but the copper is expected to  run a good deal higher.  The same company that" is developing the McKinlt-y is testing the  Banner claim on Franklin mount  ain, by diamond drilling etc.  This claim was "not visited this  season. At the time of the first,  -examination there was a strong,  very wide lead of quartz', carrying  .galena, blende and chalcopyrite.  The Maple Leaf claim-on Fi-ank-  ��������� lin mountain has ledges along the  ' -contact of the reddish syenidc.with  ������the altered basal rocks.    Tho mineralization is chiefly confined to the  syenite.    Fractures are filled with  seams of chalcopyrite and pyrito,  or with green malachite resulting  from tho alteration   of its copper  ore,  and tho constituents of the  syenite aro selectively replaced- by  the Bulphides.   Tho coloured constituents are the first tosuffer, leaving the conspicuous feldstar crystal  iin a sulphide base, but often the  whole rock is replaced* by the ore.  At several, points along tho contact,  which is drift covered, wide  stretches of such mineralized rocks  havo been uncovered', and in the'  syenites,  a few hundred feet back  from the.'contact,'a vein four feet  wide   of fairly well   mineralized  rock lias been opened.  The Gloaccston group, now being worked under bond by the Dominion Copper company was not  visited. Ou tho G. H. claim of  ttbis group is a ledge of magnetite,  ���������with a little pyrite aud chalcopyrite.    In placcB it is at least  Arountii.the. Mines'."; \' J  FRANKLIN' CAMP-        -     forfcyf fcei> )Vi\\Q '���������������# j'r ,'has, Keen  traced several hundred, feet. , It  'seemed to; lie-" wholly in the grey  grariodi'orito.- Oh - the Gloucester  was a good! showing of copper ore,  with pyrite, molybdenite,' calcite-.  and quartz,-with grey granodiorite  ,on~one side at'least,* but the couu-  try-rock'is badly altered. ���������,'���������..  A' number of'copperjodes'occur  in the grey granodiorite on Tender-  Join' mountain, "where the rock'is  crushed,t sometimes to" at sort vof  ;'ball' structure, round which the  ���������granite material wrap*. \ In these  crushed zones, particularly, along  fracture planes;" the mineralization  lis quite heavy..-   ; -   ,' ". -    , -_'  In addition to those' mentioned  (there are a large number of claims  on which - discoveries have been  made." " - _   r. \  Deposits had been found in the  older rojks of the camp���������the" altered basal-rocks ���������greenstone and  altered -limestones,- granodiorite.  gabbro, porphyrinic, syenite. Lodes  similar to thc McICinley are likely  to be fouud'in the"continuation of  the-limestone band anck in other  limestone areas in the camp. ��������� B:it  deposits arc Vnlikeljr to>be found  in the acid granite.(>'Valhalla granite' of the:niap)~the'pmk alkali  syenite ('Kbssland alkali syenite  of- the. map),-or. in the gapping of  jTertiary luvas --.''���������  The work. done. in. the camp is  limited,  and-, near- the surface, so  that ifc has -yet t(������ be dcuionstrated  what values the depoisits'-wilkcariy  'at depth,, and' for  the- low grade  deposits -that they  ciin  furnish a  large.tonnage of pay grade' ore. So  far  the  results on -tho McKinley  seem to be encouraging,."  -   Since none of the claims'are past  ;the-prospect stage, and. none ofi the  workings  have attained- depth, it  cannot be definitely stated that another mining camp has been added  to the British   Columbia list.    But  the   camp   has   many   of the earmarks of a m'ncrali bearing   district.     Additional    discoveries are  extremely probaLle aud'thereseem^  to  be a reasonable prospect that  some   of  the   properties may de-  ;velop>into mines..  plant and   during  the   past year  three modern' furnaces,   having a  ���������daily   capacity   of   about 700 tons  each, ore about 2,000 tons in all,  bringing the total capacity up to  about 2,500 tons daily..  Various  other   improvements     havo   been  ���������made so as to bring tho plant up to  the highest degree of efficiency.   It  is expected  that tho company will  now.bo able to produce refined copper-at about SJ cents per pound,  and, with two furnaces at the present price of copper, be able tc earn  approximately   ������1,080,000 net per  annum;, to-be increased when the  three hew . furnaces are in operation.. .       . '-J  , The company has also acquired  considerable-, additional mining  property of great promise.  -' For the future the outlook is  highly encouraging; and it is expected that* the payment? of dividends will have to be recorded in  the near -futuie. Lingo expectations are "'entertained of the new  administration. ��������� Air. Colgate Hoyt-  brings to, bear great experience in  connection with the handling of  important railroad, financial and  industrial', interests. lie is United  States  trustee of  the Netherlands  4  Fiie Insurance company,-and director and trustee of manv other in-  'pottaut corporations-!���������Commercial  'and Financial World..  be settled: in a few days.   In the  meantime the people ofthe city are  fortunate.    The non-producers are  protected in their unlawful callings  by two officers ,at night?, and the  producers in their lawful   occupations by one officer during the day.  What more could the "contending  interests in  any  western city desire?    The moral element should  be satisfied that they a.ie not molested  in.the daytime, and the immoral that they have two officers  to- assist them- during tlie "silent  watches"."  < .        ,    Eholt Notes.  ������has. Ifc. AVnot, who lias--been  appointed C. P. R. agent at Eholt,  ���������took charge of the office this week.  Locomotive Foreman Yeandcl  and famjly atmived this week from  the  main  liiio.^ Jlr. Yeandell has  .   Fatal Accident  Yesterday     afternoon'     Albert  Henry  Rose  was killed jit Boundary  city,    about two  miles from  Greenwood' by a- tree  falling on  him.    H'e  was  engaged in cutting  wood and in- falling-a tree ran with  it instead  of looking to see which  way it    was going.       He  hadn't  much  experience' in  this; class of  'work and'probably got rattled. He  only lived  a few minutes after the  accident.     Deceased  was a young  man about  20: and came.from the  parish   of St.-James Walthamstou,  Diocese  of  St.   Albans.  England.  Among his papers wercaceitificate  of character from-the- viear of-his  parish, and an immigration society  medical   cei tifieate,.   both.-   dated  L905.     Coroner Black..will  communicate with vicar of St.,'Albans.  ���������largely nullified. A person could  get a license on-many licenses and  carry on business through managers or servants, making a tour of  inspection fi.vo or six. times a year.  It would then depend on those  managers or servants as to how the  business was conducted. The pub*  lie would have to look to-these  linen instead of the licensees.. P  anvconvinccd this was not the intention of the legislature and it is  not permissible under the act. The  appeal will be dismissed. No  costs ot appeal.  i The last two paragraph", only of  Judge Brown's decision is published, the other portion being  preliminary loading up to the decision arrived at, and of interest  only to those verged in law. H.C.  Hannington, of Grand Forks represented Lloyd A. Mauley, the appellant, and A. M. Whiteside of  Greenwood tbe-respondenls..  Of Local Interest  ���������i-  fctfSB&SBSB SSSSSSSBfiSBSSRSSSS^S:  lately  been  ted1. locomotive  THE B. C. COPPER. CO.  1    Ac. imling   bo<   an    official   an  nouneemeht tniit   has  just    been  made,  Mr., Colgate Uoyt has been  elected! president of-  the   British  Columbia Copper Co., Ltd., succeeding Mr ff. L. Underwood.   At  .the same  meeting   Air:    Newman  Erb was elected chairman  of the  board of directors, Mr. B. B." Lawrence,  an expert mining engineer  of wide reputation, aud Mr. F L.  Summer were,   elected  vice presidents,  and  Mr.   Ii.   H. Eggleston  was elected secretary and treasurer.  Mr.   B.   B.   Lawrence, Mr. Eil'-  ,win  Ilawlcy and  Mr. C. A. Scar-  buck  were elected members of the  executive committee, together with  the officers  The British Columbia Copper  company is one of the strongest  and most important organisations  operating in tho British Columbia  region. It wasrnrganized in 1S98,  under 'the laws of West Virginia,  with a capital stock of $2,000,000,  in shares- of the par value of $5  each, which sum has recently been  increased- to ������������������$<};000,000. The  company owns copper mines at  'Gteenwood,. Bi ..0..,; with adjacent  properties, and:is aoti.vely operating them. Important 'improvements have recently been completed  in connection with its funuu'os and  operating plant. It originally had  two   furnaccH   and   an   operating  'foreman for this .division..  >���������*  A new station  house has been  built on the'B. C. spun.  ;    Business-  in all  lines- has improved, in. the past month-..  Work was resumed at the Mountain Rose mine this week.  R. Mouat is-now on the Eholt���������  Phoenix run..?  A number; of outsiders called at  ���������Eholt Feb. 2. Their visit was  principally of a financial- nature..  West. Fork  Jas. C. Dale retumediSaturday  last from a trip up the West Fork  of Kettle river. Three properties  are at present being worked on  Wallace mountain.. On the Sally  twelve men are ^working aud a car  of- ore is being hauled to the railway at Midway. Ou the Duncan  and Bounty an' upraise is being  made from, tho 100' level to tho surface. After this is done stoping  will   be    commenced.  On the Rambler they are still  working on the crosscut tunnel, bub  the ledge has not beon reached although tho rock now being taken  out is weli' mineralized. Several  log8mS outfits aro working on tho  West Fork. Th" Yale-Columbia  Lumber Co. have a large outfit at  Bull Creek, and. Bmomfiuld  and Garrison are taking out logs  about a mile above West bridge on  thc Harrison pre-emption.  Business in all lines along the  West Fork has been exceptionally  good this season.  Dominion Copcer Co's. Smelter  At the Dominion Copper Co's.  Boundary Falls smelter,construction work on the laige new third  furnace.has Droceeded as fast as  the severe weather last month and  ,the slow arrival of material would  permit.;" . .-'���������     .    '���������   ��������� ty.*-1,    ,  The bins which' will supply the  new furnaca have been finished and  and roofed over. The steel'balloon  flue from tho furnace to the recently erected, self-supporting steel  stack has been completed; as has  the railway for the removal of pots  of slag. The new furnace below  the feed floor has been complete  for some time, and work ou the  upper brick-work and the down-  take pipe will be started as soon as  Kaslo  Joe Potter has .nore Power since  ���������he commenced   to  edit   the local'-  luminary,   and  has gained twenty  pouuds in weight,   while his bank  account is loaded with blossoms.  Owen Desmond says business is  better since he stopped his clock  and put liis fountain out of commission. O.ven is the leading  josher of the city, but still he often  tells the truth.  It is reported that another sawmill will be built near Ivaslo.  The snow prevented- the-train  from reaching Sandon last Sunday.  W. H. 'Walby. 'died a few days  ago. He was 60 years old and had  lived liere since 1893'.  "Three sevens brought S2o last  Saturday. This is an evidence  that money is sobering up.  A. Ri Heyland is crowded with  survey work from  East Kootenay.  P. Perkins is running one of the  biggest stores iu thc city.  Dr.   Mathison,   dentist,  Nuden  Flood block.       -1  Herb Holmes of Bbaverdell' was  in the city this week.  A.   M.   Whiteside went to Spokane Tuesday on profession-il busi-  u ess.  Mrs. Howard'Stevenson, of Midway, is visiting friends iu Greenwood.  There has been considerable activity in police oourt circles during  the week.  At last night's meeting of the K.  of P.* lodge three pages were proved  in the rank of Esquire.  We keep- nothing but the best.  Our stock is complete and prices  low.    Russell-Law-Caul field Co.  >J B. Jackson of Midway was in  the city.Tuesday attending a������meet-  ing of the executive of the Liberal-  Conservative association.  C. M. Crouse of Midway spent a  day in the city this week. Mr.  Crouse has a logging contract up  the Kettle river above Westbridge.  Gorman West was taken to the  Sisters' hospital last week suffering  from blood poisoning. It was  found necessary to amputate the  middle finger of the right hand.  He is now in a fair way of. recovering.  Denny McGrail,   who-was takem  to the hospital Wednesday of last  week    died    Thursday   morning.  The funeral was held Saturday af  ternoon, the-..Miners', union, of  which he was a member, having  charge.  "Win. Irving; grand chancellor  for British Columbia of the  Knights of Pythias-was in the city.  Tuesday,    accompanied    by   Jeff  "Cariboo   Brand"   Tape Gutta.  Percha  Fuse is the highest grade.  grade.     IIuuter-Kendrick Co. are  distributors. , '  Leaders   of   quality.     Russell-  Law Caulfield C>. , "-  Rev.  II.  S.  Hastings returned,  last week from the.������tsi;.  Wm.   Powers,   the Rock "Creek  sawmill man, was in the city Tues- -  day.  Try  3few England bread, made- .  only at  the Greenwood   -BakeryT  Copper St.  He who fmokes a Kootenay  Belle cigar will surely live to smoke  another day.  Rev. M. D. McKee is in Nelsocr  this week attending a session off  the Kootenay Presbytery.-   -  Fred J. Lynch, representing'the,  Beaver Cigar factory, New Westminster, was in the city Mouday.  Geo. R. Naden and family left  today for the coast. Mr. Na'deu-  will be a non-resident of the district.  Frederic Kcffer, M. E., leaves  tomorrow for the east to attend a  ���������meeting of the Canadian Institute  of Mining Engineers.'  Jas. Foulds<has resigned the position of chief ofpelice.-' He-says-  he doesn-'t want the position when   -  any  portion of the community are    ���������  opposed to him.  The musical- entertainment anifc  social given Friday evening,byr  Mrsr Whiteside in-aid- 'of.the Pres"- '  byterian church was wel'l attended  and a vevy enJ.oyahle- evening-  spent.  The past week there-was a large  exodus of prominent people from*  Phoenix  to Greenwood.    If these  Horn men  of Grand  Forks.    They  The Krao mine has attracted so I paid  an  official  visit to   Midway j PcaPle ������'ere not prominent in busi-  much attention in Butte that hund-  lodge^Monday  evening and Graud'|ness circles in t,ie cit^ omong the  reds of prospectors are coming fiom   Forks Tuesday,   but were uuable ?loutIs> ^h"3' have been  very much  Montana  this spiing  to  prospect to    vit.it   Greenwood'   Wednesday Iin the  lime hShfe  UP  tbere-    For  around Ainsworth and the Sloc.111.  tho steel furnace  building arrives.. In  anticipation  of the-rush a man  .Work will, also be-startedion the  jtiaoks,.electric wirhigj.etc, for tbe  mechanical feed train system in  the-near future..  The foundations- for the large  crushing plant that is-*eventually  to handle the entire output from  the company's various mines are  'about fiuishiid; while- fcha crusher  has been on the ground several  months.���������Anaconda News.  Chief of Police  Greenwood city is now the. fortunate- possessor of two chiefs of  police;, who* protect all interests  during the night, and.'a day olliecr  who siipei'intends the street work,  drives the.fire team-and attends to  hundreds of other 'matters..- The  double chief: was brought."about  by the police- -commissioners dismissing Chief McKenzie, and appointing Jas. Foulds. The Mayor  didn't concur in this dismissal aud  appointment, and retained tho  former chief. The question as to  which party is rjght will probably  Manley v. License Commissloirers  In the appeal of Lloyd A. Man-  ley from- the action of the Greenwood license ommissioners in not  granting, a license to theS.vanson  hotel, Midway, His Honor Judge  Brown blinded down the following  decision:  In my opinion effective control,  and-upervi.sion was wanting in the  case. Thc appellaut resided at  Grand Forks and was absent from  t/he premises months at a time. Ho  simply made occasional visits there..  He Si'ated in evidence that one  Peter Swanson was his manager  .working for him on salary. I do  not doubt but what the relations  between the two men were as  stated by the appellant, but as far  as the general public was concerned  Swanson: was 'miming the -business  and the appellant did not carry  out tho obligations req ii red'from  a license under tho Liquor Licenso  Act.  If it were permissible to-hold a  license- under, circumstances such  as aro disclosed- in-the case, then  has already arrived from Billings  to open another restaurant in  Kaslo.  Auother addition to thecleiical  staff of the local bank is an indication of thc increasing prosperity  of this section.  During the coming summer 1000'  acres of fruit land will be cleared  in this vicinity.  At least six fine residences will  bo built here this summer. Messrs.  Retallack, Cook and Zwicky will  be some ofthe owneis.  W. J. Cuckle recently sent 15>  specimens of moths new to science  to the Agricultural college at New  Brunswick, N. J. Tho selection  has created quite a stir amongst  entomologists and many of them  may spend the summer in the hills  of the Slocan prospecting for moths  instead of mineral.  It is reported that Jalland. Bros  wiil close their Sandon store.  evening.  Thera is a humorous side to almost every question, but the very  pith of humor has been reached'in  Greenwood. It requires two night  policemen to protect between 20  and 30 tinhorns. Up to date ������o  attempt has ever been uiade-by tlie  police of Greenwood to protect? the  workers���������the men who- keep the  business wheels revolving.  Ralph Smailes returned: this  ,weck after an absence of three  months in New York and coast  cities in connection with thc Midway and Vernon rail way promotion. Although Mr. Smailes had  nothing definite to give out for  publication, he said that prospects  were favorable for early construction of load. A strong syndicate  is taking over thc charter and will  commence construction as soon as  transfer is made.  At thc meeting of the Greenwood  board of trade Saturday evening  all the elaborate safeguards whicl  tho legislature has provided against  tlie granting of a liconso to an unfit; or improper person .might be  Several Hindus are wot lung at  tho sawmill;  The telephone-system was sadly  disarranged by the snow last Sunday. The system has 22 sub-icrib-  ers and rates run from- $2 to $3,50  a mouth. '  The inhabitants- of Ainsworth'  aro preparing, for ,the summer  boom.  The -buildings at Pilot Biyarc  to he torn down and as much as.  possible used.u& the Bine Bell.  I -    j  o  I last there were present about a  dozen members. W. G. Gaunce,-  .V. M. Whiteside and J. T.Beattie  were elected delegates to tho associated boards of trade which  meets 'here nest month. It was  decided that the form of-entertainment given tho visitors bo a smoker  instead, of a bannuot.1 A motion  was passed for consideration of as  some   Joinaocountable     reason    a.  spasm lot righteousness took possession of the people of Phoenix.-  last week, andas- e resnlt the people of Greenwood' have had to hire  an extra officer to protect the innocents from  the glory-hole town.  Righteousness is   never likely to  overtake   Greenwood.     The   city-  had on its police force elders, class~  leaders, deacons, cadets, itin-hof ns,  pew-warmers and those who didu',jt  warm .pews.   The resuUs have been  just the- same.    Those who "had.  grace" on   the start made rccorfi  falls,  and  those who hadn't that  essential   to   righteousness didn"������  show any desire to climb.    Greenwood   still   remains   a   bob-fluslv  town and it's the worker who always bobs. The preacher preaches,  thc newspaper kicks-, and ithe elder,  tho tin-horn., the claw, leader,  the  cadet and the-deacon-get in ou the  ground   floor.    The  mucker payg-  the bill.  In  Nelson hotel accommodation,  promises to be scarce this sutnmoi;.  Several parties arc willing to start-  cheap joints   provided    tho   city  council will grant them .licenses to  sell boozerine.  Ros-land hockey p'.ayers should  cut out cigarettes .if they expect t������-  wiu against Nelson.  it, is reported that.F.' J. Deane  sociated-boards suggesting-amend-.!'" ,nbout   U>  Bt)"   out lhe Ntf,8on  .Tho Surprise, L.ist Chanco and  American Boy have boycotted  Sandon owing to the attitude ofthe  union towards the employment of  Cliiuosc couku in the Slocan.  merits to ,the Municipal- Clauses  Act, providing, -that mtiniaipalities  not at present having thut power,  he granted authority ,to itax rail-  wa-y companies operating within  the limitsiof the municipality. The  council of tho board were empowered to provide entertainment for  A'bitiiii; delrgatcf:.  i News.  M. Weinstein, ifo.jinorly.of KasU>  and Nelson has opened a tailor  shop and bought a residence i&i  .Victoria.  Wo kee(p nothing but.the highest grade of groceries.   Our Htoofc  is crmpleto and prices low, Rtw-  acll-Lttw-Cautfiuld li)-  -*>'il  ;/i  I*.  ���������      <r, .,,1  '. V11  Ml  .������ *" -v  ',/'. U  mate  muimimim  ii  '- *i  fffp,������.Trjm  -!!  ������#P*t  '1  WffWKt /> ���������'', .-.,,.  Greenwood, B. C, ������eh. 2$, iflrrf.  vYffi GRti&\\6C)D tfiDCm'  ������*z j~  m���������-frW"-' ���������'' "���������"'.'.-'n-i"BliVif1lff������-<Ul>WSr  Our stock of Bouts and Shoos is thc largest Find best  iri the :Boun(];ii';v district, all the best Canadian and  American miinulhcturers aro'represented,- Come in  and see biiv display, \vc can please yotf, and our  prices aro right.  RENDELL & CO  Women's Goods  ESSESTESS:-  Glen's Goods  usual. A resolution of parliament  will cover a multitude of sins, and  trffer all if w-j have to lose our  Money and everything that is ours,  we' prefer to lose it to'gentlemen.-���������  Province.  ROSS-FOWLER INCIDENT  In   the house of commons Tues-  the noise of the rattling chips  keeps out tho air in most cases,and  those dealers work as steadily and  as regularly as anybody else. Perhaps   you   noticed,   too. that   his  hands were smooth   and clean, in  ii  lar bcttei,1'con(lition than yours or  mine,    or   tho   average   busimss  man's.    The  professional gambler  may   not   liku   his   pallor, but he  takes groat,  pride  in his hands.���������-  Philadelphia Jlecoid.  | day  of la������t week Koss nnd Fowler  ���������locked   horns.     Here  is a part of  the elevating debate :  Mr.   Ross  said there were some  ambitions   which   were honorable  .     ,   . ,     ,. ,,  ,,,,.   ���������.���������t���������i,���������u  best  in jewels, diamonds, watches  and   some    that   were otherwise.   .....*..,....,_..     ,, ,  ,,.: u���������..  E.   A. Black,   Phoenix, soils thc  'i.<t published every Thn'rsdp'y'at Greenwood, B. G , and the price is $', a year,  ^postage fric ib all parts oTCanada, United  State?. Mexico and Great Britain.   To  Mr. Fowler had In id an'ibilions to  br-come a land-owner in the North-  West and also to' become a lumber  king in British Columbia. Possibly later developments, would  adian papers are filled with the sj,ow what kin(i. of ot|,er ainbitimis  cayenne of this (ale of degenerate | the meiirher Tor King's lmd. (gov-  society,  and    Lemieux   does   not  close   the   mail  nothing  in   the  sacks.     There is  trial  about dor'-  .       ���������' -        . i o  ^her counffies it is sent postpaid   for I *_jon 0f III.ln  ,^-������.50 a year.   Address all  letters to Tlie  jLedge, Gre-fcnSvbod, $. G.  R. t; LOWERY,  fiDtTOft   flNb   FINANCIER.-  Neuvk will  often make a deuce  greater than a king.  COfi'EB  is    making' the future  ^rosyforthe Boundary.  ���������'Boos? Greenwood and it may bo'-  ������ome a second Butte. \IlVcnse commissioners for the. city  ���������- '��������� ! have not yet  been gaaetted, but it  jktfS  religions  inhumanity  to-;8    understood  the   appointments  joati has ma'de millions biirn. - j,.ive hcen made.  \������e would advise the people to ;  ! eminent cheers.)  Mr.   Bennett���������Tell   us about it.  (Opposition     cries      of     "Hear,  matie religion or thc  higher eleva-, [Xp.ir !")  Mr. Fowler���������J-Tes, let ns havo  the whole story, and we will tell  the story abdut you. (Mr. lloss)and  Mr. Hill.    (Opposition cheers.)  Mr. Ross said Mr. Fowler could  tell the story just as soon as he  wanted to.  Mr. Fowler���������And so can you  mine just as soon as you want to.  (Loud Opposition cheers.)  'Mr. Bennett (to Mr. Boss)'���������  Follow your bluff or shut up. (Opposition cheers.)  When Mr. Ross again attempted  to speak there were cries of "British  Columbia V    and '    Mr.     Fowler  'The  Judas that carried  W6 regret that Mr. Fred B.  Holmes should have -taken as pergonal an item in The Ledge of the  I4t.li inst. Some one has written  '���������The wicked lice when no man  pursueth."'" This may perhaps���������1  but why continue the agony?  Phoenix is now closed for repairs: The new police commissioners of that city have put the  lid on tight and clamped it down!  Will Greenwood remain wide open  as  in  the  past,   or will the lid be  screwed  down ?'    Tho  police  and  Ix  the  house  of  commons  *;jbtiy coal in tlie summer and ice in ; member for Yalc-Oa-iboo and the  ������he winter.     ,^^^... I member for Kings and Albert have  U^ Monday was" the nnniven" I had llieir anQ,,al Ult Both Seutle'  My  of tltt hottest day in the hist-! men  aPPcar  to  liav0 ^mmandot  '        . Tr.,gj0'                                     i language fortunately not often used  '     ":���������u^i. I-      .1-   r..i.....i    i       Perhaps  I in    the  federal    house.  shouted,  the bag!''  Mr. Ross.    It is delightful to see  lion    members  so  excited.    They  the must be hurt.  Proceeding, Mr. Ross accused  the Opposition of having changed  their position in regard to the bill.  Mr. Fowler, rising to answer  the   attack made upon !iim by Mr.  and clocks.    Remember this when  you go up the hill.  II. would be' well to look at our  nice steam-heated rooms before locating elsewhere.  Clarendon hotel.  vs  Regular monthly meetings ')f  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. &  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in .each month, in Fraternity7  hall, Wood block, Government St. <  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. G. Wakbex \V. M.  J. S. IJntxiE, Secretary.  XT  way  Dealer' in Dry Goods, Groceries, .Boots and Shoes,  etc., etc.  re-  i wore   inuy   i"->u   irunausauu   ui <������  jBqantry hold a better record than I tobul.lry of this khni,   their  ,the bulldog express. j ma).ks woul(1  n()t be conrfidcred of  A MAS has invented a process for! suffiicient importance to occupy  ^extracting nitrogen from the air. \*l*nce in eastern dailies. What-  2Ie Bhoold dd well in Grand Forks. ' ever tha iisheuters may do with  ��������� -^-^���������- i Mr.   Fowler at the next election is  The Nelson Canadian says that a j o[ liule iinp01.t.mce t0 ,IS| but it is  Ross,    spoke    with     considerable  Tfirs  winter  few  trains  !������ Miejworo. tliey uot  possessc(i  0f a vo-  v.-armLh,   dnd kept  the house, in a  state of excitement all the while he  was speaking. lie said he could  understand Mr. Ross feeling very  cross, He (Mr. Ross) went on an  excursion to British Columbia a  few   weeks  ago,  and   ho had with  L_.     , , .him  a  bag  which  was  lo change  ^rian-s cup   of joy  will never run j certail, that> Yale-Cariboo and Mr,i British  Columbia  from Consorva-  ,over when the bartender holds the j Ko^ will (]issoive partnership after | tivo    to    Liberal;        (Opposition  ���������bottle. .... .  the ballots are counted. I laughter.)  What happened to' the bag we do  Tiih government at Ottawa has  Ttie act  known  as  the Lord's:  .sent us a pamphlet Upon how to ; D;iy observance," comes into force  jnake maple syrup. Another ex-1 on"tho  ut day of March  Ample   of   '        "' /-������.--.-    *-  Jnoney.  ' If you would be wise and  jjicalthy only eat when you have  Natural hunger',, always be cheer-  pill and pay for your local piper iu  Advance:  GEoiiii WAsnixtlfox'S birthday  ivas last Friday. lie is the man  Ovho made the gi'eatCst record in  jthe United States fdi* telling the  .the truth.  fc -  It is understood tllrtt wdrk on  ^ho Midway and Vernon railway  ,\\ill be commenced in a couple of  ;nonths time, the result of a stable  government.    _    Wintek seems to lid sitting on  ������he lap of spriugi We hope notli-  jng will occur to" titakc it fall off  Jin til we have made dilr peace with  ^he wood man.  Anothkk-Duncan Ross How sits  in the parliament in Ottawa. He  )iails from Middlesex and his father  ^Jeorgo was once siipbrintHlidcnt of  pntario's greatest graft legislature.  An old man recently died.in  Montreal aged ill yl'ilrs, and the  jhewspapora Irjildly proclaim thc  fact that he srildked sinco he wa.������  |2 years old. Ib is to be hoped  'that he will do it no moi'ei  whether they arc good or bad. It  will not affect tho mining camps of  the west to any extent, as the  people will not allow their liberties  to be encroached ou. Every man  should be allowed to observe Sunday as his conscience dictates, so  long as he does not interfere with .  other people's ob.servai.ee of tlio |!n resPccfc t0 m3'*������lf- I ������"^ no  d.iv. If one or more persons in- I l"ea������ insinuations iu regard to thc  tcrfcre with church worship tl.cv | n.e.nbcr for xYanain.o, I said there |  should be prosecuted. So al.-o i ������'"������ nothing wrong in having am-  should persons who do not attend'bition������ a,,(1 L for m>' P:irf' "H "  church be protected in their ob^ Phonal friend of the member for  Burvancc of tho day. ! >-'������naimo.   when   I  heard  that he  ��������� ��������� was going  to occupy the high and  The tlbusive personalities which ' honorahlu position of the governor  are Hung across the floor ofthe ,'���������f tho Vulcon, congratulated him.  Canadian House of Commons, arc- y() ���������,.,��������� hut a man possessing a de-  let-oniing  increasingly   distressing based mind would have turned.my  Tub U. S. sub treasury lit Chicago was robbed the past week of  ������175,000, That is notl|ing-. The  jCanadion treasury i'y biiing robbed  jbvery day by a gang of politicians  known as the "Liberal machine."  14hH tone of the American pcoj'c  is tlVidontly s-nstiul or thoy would  fitlt waste bo much time reading  a!*0ut tho ,������liaw triah    Even Can-  not know, said Mr. Fowler, but the  tomor- -s{l''nD nmst have been untied while  j in the possession of the hon.- gentle-  how   the   Giits   Waste  VQW     T]]e ac!(, 5:j a sorfc of experi  incnt.    Thc object apparently is to ,'"'���������������������       (Opposition  cheers.)     If  legislate  the  people  into heaven,   the honorable gentleman were only  as well known by the government  and otlter memb-rs of the hous3 as  he is in the district in which he  lives he never would havo been  sent. (Renewed cheering and disorder.) The hon. member (Mr.  Ros3) has indulged in nasty, dirty  mean insinuations  (cries of order)  4-  to the public. Of course no one  will attempt for a moment to question the truth of each and all of  them, but as a people we do not  want the world at large t) know  what kind of men we have in our'  parliament. Mr. Lemieux' plea  for discreetness will, it is to be  hoped, bo heeded (mm this time  forward. We cannot imagine  what Mr. Duncan Ross was think  ing, of when ho so recklessly assailed Mr. Fowler. IIo should re-  member that there are so many  gaping apertures in his own armor  that any arrow directed at him  from whatever quarter would be  Sure tt) find a lodgment.    The best  remarks into an insuatioii against  the character of the member for  Nanaimo.    (Cries of order.)  the Gambler's Han is  That man is a "nightworker,"  prabubly a faro dealer, said a detective to a friend, as the two stood  on a street corner the other afternoon, while the person alluded to  ���������by the detective passed by. Know  him, asked the friend. Not yet,  replied the detective, but I may  later. now do you know he's a  faro dealer, then ? I don't know  it, was Ihe. reply, but that he is in  some such business is evident'from  the   peculiar   pallor   of  his fiv.'e,  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing SG  illustrations, all told; and - '  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life. It-  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the flash days of  Sandon ; how it rained iu "  New Denver Jong after  Noah was dead ; how a  parson took a drink at  Boar Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in '98 ;'v how tho  saloon man outprayed thc  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belL It ,  contains thc early -history  of Nelson and a romance  of the'Silver King mine.  In it are printed three  western poems, and dozens of article too numerous to mention. Send  for one before .it is' too  late. The price is twenty-  iive cents, postpaid to any  part of the world. Address all letters to  R. To Lowery  NELSON. B. C.  ��������� ���������0  Mountiunccr nm\ Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. ���������%, im\n $ #o., neiSvtt  Waterproof Paints*  Coal Tar, ritch.j-  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving, Tfrnbcrj  Roofing, Pitch  And PaintSi|  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  1 Fine tailoring I  ^���������������������������i  A Select Stock of Worsteds  Qlleviots and Tweeds.  thing for tho House todo���������the best ^ which you rimy have noticed. You  thing for ihcmsolves and for the j wouldn't get that particular shade\U  good name of the country���������would i if y< u  worked in a  TAILOR  bank or at a ��������� u  be to solemnly resolve that they'desk all  day long.     Its tho arti- ,M  aro all holiest  men,  and then ; o'lici/il  light and tho bad ventilation H Coi'i'Ki'i Stiibbt, GukknwoOo  ahead and  "do"'  tlie'country us! that dees it, I guess,    Keeping in ' &Hj������z������Z������*xaK������X3a3:x���������  When yen want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  ���������Marble Works, Nelson, IS. C.       *  ^iJii'fnii.ifitifi'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'Oii'iiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw  I'M  IGONTRAGTOR  j     AMD BUILDER |  I  Dealer iti   . '       ' I  |    Windows, D0'������rs, I  |      Turned Work and    |  | .     [Inside Finish.']  | SIIIriaLE'S, BRTCK, KTC.j  |     ��������� MANITOBA ;        j  I Wood Fibre Plaster!  1 -   PHONE   65  'V |  %I.IIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIi:!lNllllllli!lllllllNMIIIIIIllll>lMllllllllliN������llillllll^  The Windsor Hotel  of Grand Forks,  B, C, caters to  miners, mechanics and smelter men  A-. B.- Sloan, Manager.  R.    ROBINSON  Is the only shoemaker in  America wIki cbtained a  incdsrt at"the Paris ?vsposi-  tio'n in' 187S for uiakiug the  Best shoes. Boots made to-  order ; Repairing ueally^  execnted. ,.  COPPER  STREET,  GREENWOOD  em  &.-  NfJLSON, IJ. C.  WHOLESALE'      " '  DEALERS DfJ,"'  PKotftfcE   and   Provisions  IANK OF  ORTH AMERICA  ���������" ',)  PAID UP OAPITAL; .$4,866,66.7-.  RESERVE FUND   -.$2,141,333  Transacts a general banking business.   Interest  allowed on Savings Acconmts, from  f.onc dollar upwards at"  current rates-  /t    COPPER ST.  GREENWOOD, B. .6,  m  m  I!  II  ,-..-   BANK   OF   MONTREAL"   ....-,"  ESTASLISHiD   1817. '  PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,400,000.     '  ZREST, $10,do'0,000  UN   IVIDED PROFITS, $S01,85S.41  Gcnortil UnnkiiiK UuxinodslTrnndncleit.    Orattd Usued on nil polntd, atii C6II90  tions made nfc lowest rat.'s.'  SAVING;: BAN-  DE PART.viENT   "|    W. F. AROCTOR,     .    ..   .'  LATERE jT ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    J MANAGER GREENWOOD  BRA.\Ch  ii5j^B]^MMaiiJd=y^  \  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Snickers' Sundries'in the interior of B. GV Mail orders receive  prompt attention.)  P. A. Bun-son  Or���������v Lofstad  One of the best- appointed workingmen's  Hotels^in the Citv.  ��������� t/   /  Tlie Finest of bars, stocked  ' i  with the best Wines,  Liquors and '  Cigarsi  Lighted throughout with  electricity. Hot and cold  baths.  RATES!  Hoard and room $1 per day  Kootenay Engineering- Works  NELSON, B. C,  Founders,  JLicliinistfe nnd  li-ini   Workers.    Makfivs of the C/fa<vford  Aerial   Tr;im.    Castings,   Builders'   Miuertisls,] "^Till  and Mining Jlnchinery  P. 0. EOX 493. B. C TRAVIS, MANAQeR.  Cran-.biro.ok'Hotei'"  -"   GRANBROQlCB, C.  Ts convenient -to all depots telegraph unices find  banks in tin* city. Special- attention paid to tourists, |  commercial and otherwise. The cuisine-is excellent, |  and.all guests receive courteous attention. Touch ^  tiie wire when vou want rooms reserved ���������     5  9  HOQOARTH & ROLLiIN'5, Pmpristom,..  ���������it  #)  t  , ������W ^,���������.v .������������������������������.     ������WM^! w,      U    I. *>*,* ������**������* -,   . ^  \i  i  <^^^^i^>^^^^^^^^7j-j^^^^.  I. J. ROBERTSON & GO.  NELSON, B. C.  aaMAM^^gBS^BaKSBa^B^B^  Strictly first-class Service  -' ���������''''   -    ���������'���������'-'. ��������� '-'���������' '���������' ���������'������������������' "���������''  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or wcok j ������2 a week  ���������*"'���������',. and up, at the, Comnicfciul  hotel, Copper street, Greenwood.   Uath'Jin connection.  P. POUPARD  DR. MILLOY  DENTIST  G7 HAOT1NGS EAST  VANCOUVER  ��������� The.....StrathcoM  ���������M  e==-o  Hotel  0-==9  Is situated  on a slight eminence, just a block from tho busy  scenes on Baker street, and is within easy touch of every-"  thing in the city,  tfroin its balconies dan bo Been nearly  a'lthe grand scenery that biutoiiiuIs tho beautiful  city of Nelson.     Few hotels in the great west  equal tho Strathcona, and tourists^from  every land will find Within its portals  all tho essentials that create pleas*  anb memories within tho  .  mind of those'who  travel.  B. TOflKINS, naraag:������r  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA. ���������;'v<.. -������������������l*v'' /, 1" f~ "\. '-  1 J;.->  \-' -if*'  J    *     V    V,   '  'THL'GHE"&NWQOD LErfoR  Greenwood, T3..C:, Feb. 29, 1907.  mM���������t^^Wi" if wVr  -pA*���������--tt-JlfgJnnfyiifrjHw I^M i||i ������������������ji,i-������llytfk-������y:  S^0������<SOS������5>3������I>������S������������������������<I������3������������������0������lMS^������^SS������������������^@������������������������������0������3������,������������g  I I  I I  I I  i I  I i  ( i  - Kings LiqucivScotch .Whiskey  . ���������.   , 12 Years Old  - J. \Y. Burmestcrs White-Port. ���������  Jas. Honncssy & Co's tf-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.,  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B.C.  -J--H  rJy^yid*  ������������������jpip-^ax  MfflSfflB  -j ^ - ^j./  DAYLI5HT  I*"  f  jggsflH^BBi^^sm^  ��������� Chancellor, Day, of Syracuse  University lias broken, loose in a  now place. ��������� At a dinner given by  the Syracuse, Alumni Association"  at tho Hotel Astor this reverend 'Illuminator said:  "Tho wage carpers get enough  for what'they do and a great many,  of them get more. I know the  I have been' among them  L know  poor.>  nsurance for $2T.50  The new and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity-  Policy ofthe Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, Ltd., thc largest accident company in the world.'   Assets" over -������7,000,000.  DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ThePaGlf  ������������m *Tr*-  ��������� mcmoiiiwa  Ts Under the nianagcnient of jGueig  & Mon'ison.'-  The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar con-  . rains the best-brands of wines, liquors  ���������  .    and cigars in the city.   ,   -  ITke Pacific Gafe  is conducted by Moore ec 'McElroy;'  It-is open day and night, Thc dining room is one of the largest in  the Boundary, and the lunch counter is just the' place to get a quick  . meal.     . Copper street, Greenwood.  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. - It is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals, are served in the Cafe  at any hour," clay or night.  roes! J, Cartier, Prop. I  and have studied .them,  that they are the chief support of  upwards' of 10.000 saloons in this  city; I 'know that they are the  chief causesW intemperance and  shiftlcssncss? and then tho. blame  is put on tho hard heaited corpora*  tions."        v,.���������. -  This -llash.pf daylight is f-o brilliant that in contemplating its re-  fulgenco one is completely dazzled.  Day is the "man who, in defending  the Standard^ Oil Octopus, - denounced Hearst and Roosevelt .-is  anarchists. '-'Saturated with kerosene, his brain" II ishes "are always  luminous. '-���������  The    price of  life's,necessities  may   be -arbitrarily-advanced-by  greedy  monopolists,  but tlie wage-  earner must  not ask for increased  pay.    All that is necessary for him  to do,   is to take another hitch in  his bellyband.    They get too much  for  their  work  at present.    This  accounts for the saloons and drunkenness,     ll'duce  wages  and   kill  ���������the saloons, is the. Div idea.    The  plan '-would    also    bankrupt  the  merchant v.m\ d'-.^t.oy the prosperity   of   the   farmer.      The saloon  keeper would be the last to sutler.  Poverty   breeds  drnnkennes?.    If  Day's brains did not consist chiefly  of crude petroleum he would know  this.    Nothing drives men to haul  drink like impending disaster. II".-  duco wages aifd^thcreby  destioy  the purchasing-power of the masses,  and business men will try to down  their despair in rum.     Thc farmer  who toils all year,    and  realizes  from  the sale of his crops barely  enough 'to  pay fixed  charges and  exist,   wilKtake a portion  of the  ' remaining barley" and get drunk.  terms, and gieater happiness for  all, bo a "hindrance to the advance  of man."  - "The triifcts aro big enough to control the government, declare war,  own courts, crush competition,defy  law, make puppets of politicians*,  use political parties as por-onal  property, elect governois, senators  and residents, yet Day s;ij.s they  "arc not big enough."  As our institutions, of le.-irning  pass into ,the hands of Trust Magnates our days will multiply until  every un trammeled intellect is  driven from onr colleges and uni-  vcr-ities.��������� Brann's Iconoclast.  much like your "subscription bill.  The farmer wondered for an hour  what the editor - was chiving at,  when' he happened to think of the  word "unsettled." '      ;  ��������� 'She���������Tlie thing that surprises  me is that I didn't discover how  hopeless a fool jou were before we  were married.  lie���������Well, you h-ivc only yourself to blame for it. I asked you  in plain English to be my wife.  For:nice com fori able rooms, best  urni.shed in tho city, try the Clarendon hotel.    Rates reasonable.    '  . '   Expert Testimony  Expert legal testimony, says a  well known 'member of the New-  York bar,' can easily he made a  two-edged weapon in court.  A clever and capable mining engineer was obliged to take the.  stand as an expei t in a suit in  Nevada a couple,of year* ago. The  case involved.large issues.  The examination was conducted  by a young and smart attorney,  who patronized the expert with all  the authority of half ii dozen years  of practice.  One of his questions related to  the form in which tho ore was  found, a form generally known as  kidney lumps.  Now','sir, said the attorney, how  l.irge, are  these lumps?- You siy  that they are oblong in shape.  Are  they as long as my head ?  Yes,   replied the expert, but not  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYKR and  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Ler.d.cacn. ,������r oo  Gold-Silver ...Ji 50 Silver.Lead. .$1.59  Zinc'. .52.00 Gold Silver with copper or  lead.' $2.50.  I'lompt attention given to all samples  25 per cent,  discount upon live samples  gBAKEklST , NELSON.  P, 0. Drawer, 1 ioS. Phone, A67  The- Character of "Thjs Tea lias  ".Loomed. Up"  Conspicuous]  Above A��������� Hundred'Rivals. -  ^^ass  GREEN  tm  BLACK- MIXED-  Lead Packets Only.  iRJ  Tl  -.  ANACONDA  Is just a few minutes' walk from  ihe center of Greenwood, and a  convenient place to drop in at the  end of a walk. Convenient to the  smelter and provides the public  with  riEDS1  lOARD AND  Leverages  THE MIGHEL HOTEL  Still retains its supremacy as tlu������   oest hotel in,the ICootcnays.  Ostermoor Mattresses  [Clean linen and Good Cooking  Excellent hunting in seacon.    Good trout fishing in the E!k  river and neighboring streams.    ALddrcs-, all communications to  {.Thomas Crahan, Mdnaccer-, Michel, B. (J.   ."  f , a  SL  L  ���������MPT  rt u I  nu  V  nearly  Times.  so    thick.���������New    York  J. Q. MELVIN Lates������i  Vakhes  "*&* Via  '8b  SANDON, B, C.  Manufacurin?   Jeweler  Exjiert Watchmaker and Dianiond  Setter, Manufacturer of Chain*,  Lockets and Rings, Wedding rings  mndu on short notice.  WORK   GUARANTEED  Railroad Standard  ������Tsit!Windsor Hcfcel  MailO-dera Pr mptly Attended  P    O    BOX   260  ee0O������8������O C09������S0909 @3������������QQSO ������S3SSS0S) }a-SGSeS> 330S0S9 Qgr  Is"opposite tho Grcnt Aoi-Micrn depot, tiudis it dc-  Uffhtful haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins  of hot water rtiilth roil o-h the entire ���������house, and  bathrooms are always at the service of those in  search of material cieanliness. The dining room Ls  an enemy to dyspepsia wliile the artistic appointment  of the liquid refreshment room makes tho drinks ������0  down like eating fruit in a"flower garden. Tho  samplo rooms arc the largest in the mountains and  a pleasure to drummers Avith big trunks.  ��������� JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, g  Poor men seldom become drunk-  ar.ds until hope is gone.  Day is ; excruciatingly funny.  He says the blame is put on the  hard hearted corporations.  Poor dear things ! How cruel  to blame the blameless I   The cor-  i  porations are not '"hard hearted."  They are hearties*. Legitimate  corporations, while-without souls.  I are not necessarily evil. This class  I of corporations need no defense.  i Nobody attacks them. Thc Days-  (are not on their salary list. It i.s  I the criminal corporation, the heart-  ! less ' monopoly, the rebate-tak ing,  I bribe-giving, , court-corrupting,  j competition-killing kind that need  ���������Daylight. , They arc daylight rob-  : hers. The nights arc nothing  ' enough for them.  I . ITerc is a choice morsel from the  j lips of this learned doctor : "I be-  1 lie.vc there is not a greater piece of  j despotism that rules today than  j labor unionism. It is a hindiance  ! itself to tho advance of man.  "I  believe in large, things, large  corporation.1--.       The   coiporations  arc not largo enough, the railroad-;  are not big enough.    The railroad-'  arc being taxed by commerce and  traflic,  and instead  of being dis-  icouraged by acts of congress they  ! should be given free reign to reach  jthe limit of  their  necessities unhindered."  L'lhor unionism  stands for two  rights,- Which if.denied, reduces the  Tea is a'mental and physical  stimulant. It is an appetizer and  a refresher of thc spirits. It is  recognized by the most prominent  physicians'to have nutritive value  through its gluten .and nitrogen.  According to Dr. John Coakly  Lett-'om, a noted medical writer,  its staying powers and capacity for  repairing the body's wastes are  very great, but all this is dependent upon the tea being grown at a  high elevation, and therefore of  fine quality, and this you can always rely upon obtainining when  your tea is gotten in the well-  known sealed lead packets of the  ������������������Salad*" Tea Co. '  TlK  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  of liqudrs and cigars.  Morning bracers and  and evening by balls always within easy reach  ofthe 'barkcep."  0. A. DEMPSEY prop.  A. 0.  3  Si'  GRAND. FORKS '  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fiue Watches, Iligh-Ulass Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  004  Good accommodation aud  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room and lunch  counter in connection.  .p. F- MEBSGHER  MERCK \NT TAILOR  Silyerton, B. C.  Can you teU me what kind of  weather we mry expect next  month, wrote a fanner to his local  paper, and the editor replied as  follows: It is my opinion that the  weather next  month,  will bo very  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD*  GREENWOOD LOCAL NO. 31 1  Meets first and third Wedncsdays'ofevery  month in Eagles Hall alS p in.   Visiting  members coidiully invited to attend.  Fuank SrK.uuM'., Fin. scc'y,  Sater & J-jlms, Proprietors  COI'PEil ST, GREENWOOD.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  In Hie Sii|)i'c-inc Court of I'lHish O0I11111-  lii.i.    In   Hi������������  n>.-liter of the  t".t.ite   of  1!������-11,).until   I'C'kiii->. into of KUt'isidi.  mine, P.rltis'.i ���������olu:iil)i.s, ricci'ii-i'il:  NOT11.T. i������ livH-by nhon thiit mi the 0 >IH day  <f I.iiiimi.\. l'li'i itwii- onliTPil liy Mr .lu^iiiv  Murrioini lliat A  O Sutton. Otliii.it iiilrnl: i-li.i  tor fur tlie Ciaiul I'urKs .nut Gii'tnuooi!  Klo^--  tinil Di-. lit-f. lie .iilmii.iiti.it.u i f tliu estate uf  llcrjiiiiin IV kli.< I'cou.-i-t.l. intc-.t.vtj.  KVKKY I'KRSOX imli-l.tct to (lie -.liil est.id  Kri(|iurul to in.iki! luunont foitli������lth to tin-  itiiiiiiifuiii'il .in-l u\ur/ t'Pi-s.in Ii-ivniff .11 ]hi>-  sc������jm'oh itli.cu liiiliiiiKiiiK to cliicini (t Is itq-.m-id  to nofifj the mid.i-iitiud t'oi thulili I0i-ory  urcdl'01 01 othi-i- ,-crjoii Imviii:; ,1113 "l.uiri lipmi  or intcif-H in tl.i- dNtill mioii of --ilii o-liicch  iurniir.il l-cfore llio l'tli d.iy of Mmcli, 11)7 tu  SuikI l>>- u>(.-I<:eii il 1. tti>i- nil.lr. ?m-iI to tlio u.irii 1  EnCAIt \V. DYXi:-;, l'rcsidcnt. ��������� sliinoil.lii*numo nml ndtlii'-') itncl fiillpiitii-iil.il'.  I uf liu i-l.tiiii or iiilL-ict .mil 11 sMituiiciit ol lit*  ���������Tr���������1 ���������. . ���������������������������  . - . .iccoinit.v. rific-l liy i-t-itntoiy lii-ilmall niumlili.  I iMirvrt-'I'll l -l-All-o     i-f|rpi,,i. I iiiitmi-of tin-i(.tiirlrylir.ni.\) lii-lil liy lilm  aDjIINLSI RA10R S NO III K   *������������������������', ������>* *>>'���������>'��������������� "-..r m r.;.. ���������������.?. m..  ,  ulniiiii .Ir.itiir "-ill pr. ii-cil hiiIi tlie (IMtlliiili 11  -   *       1 1 f th.. (-���������till.-. Ii iil.i;; n ������ ml in thou L-l.tlm-i hii'.i  rN Till'. SUI'RKMK COUKT OK UltlTISIf Ci)-i <* "li.i-li ln-������liill llii-r In*.-nol'i-i-  1     I iitt-.l ..t ill mil  1 nrUp. II. t .,   itli  I . lilll.iry.  r.UMitiA, r.v Tine May tick ok tiii: ^7 ,\. c- -<t,"i vns.  IvSTAYi:  OK  ROtilUt   O'lI.VltA,  J.VYi;! Ofll-ml Adiiilni.trni r.  ok WKsniRiDP.i:,  British Coi.usr.!   '" ������.r.i������i forks 11. u  III \. I)l'.CK\.Si:i). I ���������-! ���������'-��������� =rr= ::   The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C, has a line 01 ncivc  .  bracer-; unsurpassed in any n-.oiio-  taiti town  of the Great West.    A  gla-s of aqua'ji'.tid tjiven free with  Develop your sweet taste by "  using -      -    - -- '���������  Montgomery's';  Confections,     High     Class,:  Chocolates,    Fruit   Tablet^  Nougats, e1-'.  The MONTGOMERY CO.-.  HELSOil, B. C.    -    ,  F. M. LAM3'  PROVINCIAL LAN'D SURVEYOR",  GREENWOOD   B. C������  flem market Hotel  Is ihe home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British | Columbia.    '  HEHRY   STEGE,   PROPH.  aineroii.  NELSOH EMPLOYrvlENT AQEHGY  Kelson, B C.  liinos.    Mills,    Hotels,   etc.,  funiishccl with help.  J.'II. LOVE, AlAXAGEIl  Loading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. 0.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. G.  Is a  comfortable  lioine  for al������  who travel to that; city.  COCKLE & PAP WORTH. .  1  REIVIOflT HOUSE  Xelson. B. C, is run on the  tlie American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the hou^E c-ccopt the gold iu  t'-e safe.  Mc\Ionc   ������c" Trcgilltis  NOTICE is hereby given  that on the I Mivit'i:  28th day of J.iuit.iry, 1907, it was or.Iercil  by Mr. justice Morrison that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator lor the Grand , tola nhm .1 ii ������ . <t  YO'I'IOI-I U 1 p-oliv cJi-cil tint  tlie Oiniilun  11   I'm-lie  Itnllii iv (Jmiipiiu    nsli-wic ol  (hi  same over to tiiuletsigned  Every creditor or other petson having I  any claim upon or .interest iu the distn- j  butiou of  lire estate   of deceased is re-i  quired, before the  15th day of March,  T        ,       .    ��������� ,      , 1907,   to'send.hv registered   lottef'ad-1  Wii-KC-CllfllPl'   to   a beast ot btr nluil. [ dressed to the undersigned, his name and j  1   It.iHw.iv lu> till. (11>  Porks and (irecnwood Electoral Districts,' 'i.l<-'l,'' "'i ���������'���������������,.u>,t J-������>'1  ',iW"1lr>, n)lll'-; "'  1,.   ���������,i���������,:���������:-)__t/.1   nr  M...   ���������.,i���������,,(u       l\a 1 loop* n |ilin. pro iI.muiiI liiidkif iifi-rsnn  be  iKuninistratoi  of the  c.-tate of Roger   ,|,0witm'iiniii-riul U-ttii.i f.f .1 I.i-iiu-m line to  O'llara, deceased, intestate. tho wv������t Koo-oi .iv I'oHn-.iml l.ljliti-ninpmiiV  Everv person indebted to the deceased   'ui'-fnilon iio.u- the urn c.r u.immih *iIiiii!ic  :,, _, ,-,.'1 i��������� ���������,���������i._  , fi-,,.1.1,.. 1,1. .��������� 1 piovliii'i- of   llilli-li   Cn iniiliik. 111 ii tli.it ft.ti 1  is reqtnied to make payment forthwith to ^ouUh ,lftl,r tiiiiiUti-iln.-nliiOuiii'liiii f.u-liii  to the iiudoisigned, Everv person hav- li'ail������-n\ (;uin|i.iny liittnidi 10 npiilv t> tin  ing in possession effects bL-longiug lo de-1 ,,(",irr| "f l{ll'";iU, f-'u iiini-Hliini'iy im t nii.ul 1  r..?L,���������i  !^  *���������,...:*������ 1  iv -it, ���������.!.!,   .��������� .1 1: iniiiTiei-tioii liiof ill- Knilwriy An. lor.uitliui-  ceased is  required   orthwitli  to deliver   lt, tocon-tnu-t ili,i������.{,l i.nm-h.  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,      TliC Reception Hotel  Columbus and Havana Ark \  CIGARS  arc I'ltion JIade Cigus, made by W. 1'.  Ktlbo-.true it Co., Winnipeg and sold 0:1  thc road by GEORGE MORTON.  i.-. 1  In Cambotne gives all its patron*  the purest food, drink and ^cigan.',  James Lindsley Prop.  ������������������wrwnLV t I'iwmuiii  r*wgtfirri������i w.m  it) to  n.iiuil 1M1. loth i'iiv of J.uiii n ,-. in n.  it. \t\iu-oi.i:  ill 'I I Oi-.ii'l.il rflt.l'l lllti'llili-ilt  The Hotel Slocan  Three Porks, II. C. is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  aud ginic dinners a specially.  Rooms teserved by telegraph.  Hugh Niyen. Prop.  First, the right to a. voice in Ilxing  tlieiiinoiinti of wagolio is torocoive.  Second, a voico in ihiteniiiiiing the  niiinbet- ot hones he i.s to work for  the price agreed upon. A man  who can kco "despotism" in the  fiiiulamental pi-iticiplo ofviinioiiisui  ought to take soinothing for liis  eye sight. How can increased purchasing power, t-OGiiItiim in better  address and full {particulars of his claim ',  or interest, and a statement of hisitic-l  I'll   01;lllll.   slltlltc  1,1 III  ii>r Dh-i.-mi of V-ilu Dlst-  Wiiiiii- l.i. mo 1:���������Hit   Mvur^'.'t'l'iM-  SIl.VKItAI. A(,r  Cerliflca'e of Improvements  .���������'.���������'NOTiUB  eotnit, verified by statuturv deulartilitrn, ! ,   , ���������,  atidthe nature of thc" security (if 0iiy)''n"VI*'".wnmF Mini  heldhy hiui. ������������������"������������������ |      ,i(.t.'    u-imn- 1.1.  After the 15th dav of March, 1907, the:      nlmui liuir a milj liom tli<>..(iiii-rn:iiloii.il  wlmlirlrtmtor will proceed with tludis.:! TAjJ-i^������ "imi. t..J.li.iCl.srl..nrfl1.. I'n-  tribittion oi the estate, lutvuig regard to ��������� I niiiw-'n   (Vrt.iloii.-   Ni.   n- m"i, .int I,  those claims only of which lie shall then  ������txtv ilnj-i fiviii IIuhImih Ii- iv;.r, to ii.yv to tin-  Ii-ivp li'nt nnii.v. ' I Mlnliw  Hoi-.riliM- fin-11 I'l-i'lllMiitu ut  liniirnvi-.  .,,,.,  ..    .       ���������   ,.    ..'       .  i miltil.-," for Urn pi"'!"'*"  of olituliiliiK a.CiMwn  Dated at linind I-orlcs,  I'. C, the 7H1; iiniiit. ni 'tint iilnviu-liilm.  I-'cbniarv, up;'. j    ,\inl fnrt utr fnko.  iijili-o Hut iiiitl.iri. ninlor  A. C. SUTTON, "'��������� H'cil'iii   '"    iint-r.   bo i-ommrMiivtl. lu-fmn 1I10  nill,.i..l   Ailminiiilmlnr i ItSHlHHC-l.' of (Hioll (,'l'rt illl-ilt;,' of till pr. IV0IIIC1I t  limei.il Aainriitslnuoi, ,,,,,,��������� ,!lh ,_,tl, liftv ,��������� jm������������������,.,. A r.).. 1.11.7.  Grand lror,is, B. C.      -w ./uii.vi/liAKl.iv.S 1-JiilC  Choice  LA  Fruit  o  D  L'VSiilo.-it Sin, ������12 find #15  Per Acre.  R. X STEEL ���������  NELSON. B. C,  HE MAIL STAGE  M. Gillis, Prop.  aassNwooD tos  FERRY," WASH.  Leaves f!roe 11 wood at 0::]0  a. 111. each clay. Iu'tiirning,  leaves J-\������rry on airival of  Great Northern train. OiTiieeafc  ROSSLAND   HOTEL  Copper Street  ���������Pacific Coast Grown  Sc-vds, Fruit and Ornamental.  Tree.". Green house an<l  Hardy Plants. Boo Sup*  ������ plie.". Fertilizurs, Iinple-  ineiits.    Catalogue Free.  Mt J. HENRY,  VANCOL'V-Kt?, B. C.  Oflico, 3010 Westminster RoadL ir-.i/j  ' ���������'.'-.'  A^fccnu-ood, IJ. C, Feb. L'iS, liioT,  THE GKK13NWOOU LEDGft  -r* ^J-*l-������������-am*l ��������� fli tr i ir"i m n'n������iW^  ������������������*������-<���������.���������  '**���������'-'���������    '���������'���������     '*"' '���������'^^'-'-���������^'���������i'^l-^i-^^^t.-  to look at otir -Clothing, Suits, Qvercoafs  -and. Odd Pants at 2f> per cent. Discount.  Owing to late shipments we arc over- .  stocked on 'Fancy Shirts and are scilircg  ���������same at 25 off. These tire two lines  -worthy of your consideration.  LLrLAW-GAULFIELD GO  LIMITED.  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  ������8  FRANK   FLETCHER  PRO-VINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  KELSON.- B. C.   v-.--  IMOTICE.  !Eo\v  will1  voir  'have j'oirr hair  '.���������cut,  silv   said the talkative barber  ,$o the victim iu tbe chair.  Minus conversational prolixity,  ���������replied thepatient.  How's that, sir?  "With abbreviated or totally ePim-  jiunted narrations.  What?  "Witlrc-Ht -effervescent vcrhosffcy.  ���������jLet even dim-nni-rive- collocjuy be  .���������conspicuous by its absence.  Tho barber scratched his head  thoughtfully ifor a second, and  then went over to the proprietor  .���������of the shop and whispered:--!  .���������don't know whether that man in  Iny chair is mad or a foreigner, but  ,������ can't find out what he want?.  Ihe- vrttkn had to explain that  .Ire wanted- the job done in silence,  ������������������Tit-Bits.  Sale of Furniture  "A privato sale of household'fur-  Jzviture will be held at the residence  ���������of Sidney !M. Johnson, south end,  ,-on Monday, March 4th, 1907, between the hours of nine and three  ,-o'clock.     Jeff Eaty has closed his hotel  jau Slocan and gone .to Spokane.  If you have not tried Purity  iflour you have missed a treat. Sold  iby the Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  Nat   Dirling   will   be   in   -the j trouble ?  beauty.     I     John, said his  wife, what you hear is a phonograph in the next .Mat. So it is.  Dam those people anyhow. No  consideration for their neighbors.  Go and tell 'em to stop that infernal racket at once.���������Cleveland  Leader.  Pat was standing in the aisle of  a crowded street car when the car  ������������������suddenly stopped awl J'at waa precipitated into the lap of a lady passenger. The indignant lady exclaimed;  Well ! what do you think you  ���������are ?  ���������Pat replied, smilingly.  Well, begorra ! I t'ought I was  an Orishimin,- but I guess I'm a  Laplander. ' v  Lady���������I have given you a dime,  what more do you want?  Tramp���������I'm afraid that policeman is going to arrest me.  Lady���������How can 1 prevent that?'  Tramp���������Just take my arm-and  lie talking tome lovingly, lie will  think I'm your husband' and let us  pass.  When copper looks like 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary can  smoke Royal Seal cigars.  I  hear  that  they have read-Socialist out of tlie populist party.  Indeed?'        What      was     the  Neither of them is good enough for  the other. Why do you,think  that? I've been talking the matter over with both families.-'-Milwaukee Sentinel.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.  is tiik Matticr ok the Est.vtk of"  Thomas CoKkii.i,, L.vris oVEuoi/r',  in Tin? District or Yaw,, in tiik'  r-KovrNCK  oi' UiiiTisir Columbia,  M-NUK.   PKCIvASKO.  NOTICE is hereby Riven thai all  creditors and others having claims against  the estate of thc said Thoines C'orkill,  who died on or about the Sth day of  August, 1906, arc required on or before  Ihe rsl day of May. 1907, to send, post  prepaid,- or deliver to the undersigned  Administrator ol thc estate and effects of  Ihe said deceased, their Christian and  surnames, and addresses1 and descriptions,  full particulars of their claims, .statements  of their accounts, nnd the nature of the  securities,-if any, held by (hem.  And fmlher take notice, that after the  last-mentioned date, I, the said Administrator, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said-deceased among Ihe parties entitled thereto, having regard to Ib'e  claims only of which I shall then ,have  notice, and that 1 will not be liable for  the said assets'or any part thereof so distributed, to' any person or persons of  whose claims naticj; shall not have been  received by me- al the time of such distribution.  Dated this 26th day of February, A. D.  1907. Albert C Cor-kiu.,-  >    Administrator  Posloflice address,- Eholt, B. C.  Lo������t���������Bctwoen tho skating rink  and government office, a lady's  gold watch. Reward .will ha given  to'"person returning same to The  Ledge office.  NOTICE.  THE SMOKE  From; British Lioa and  Mainland Oierars can be  TAKE NOTICE, sixty (60) days after  date I intend to apply to Ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 240 acres, more or  j less-, of mountain p.islure land as'follows:  Commencing at the north east corner  of Lot 671, thence east 60 chains to western boundary of Columbia and- Western,-  thence south 40 chains, thence west 60  chains, thence north 40 chains to point of  commencement.  JiA-R'BAft-A.   G.  TaNNAHIU,.  Dated at Midway, 13. C-,; this 25th day  of February,-1907.-  Is not a new flour on the market. It  has been in us"e for years. Ask for a-sack  iii youV next order.   Sold My  IIu'iiter-Kc'ndrick Co., Greenwood.       '  Smith.& McEwen,'Anaconda'.  Hardy &' Co.- Midway.- t  Guaranteed lry thefj  Alexander  filling Criy  BRANDON, MAN.  ill n.?l iVr-rnl<il.*rt*V','~A- ->'*'',��������� ' -^ ; ; y-'.*-' **\ ili'iri'lifwttrff'i^  Do you Appreciate   ' ���������".'-,_ ;  A Good (tip of Coffee?  ���������'.���������-.'   ifsojvfre ���������c'&ri strit your taste.  Our Coffees range in price from 2& deii'te   "  to GO cents per pound, and we feel, sure  i'hat a-trial order will no doubt giv<e us  YOUIS   COFFEE   BUSINESS.'  ' - _  The Hunter*Keiidri������k Co.  LIMITED.  THE BIG STORE  AN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID VP CAPITAL, .-810,000,000.  HICSICKVE FUND, 85/000,000.  seen all' over British Co-  iBoundary ���������within a few days.- Last  (year he-sold .600,000 cigars.  No one is prohibited  from smoking ftlagdallvcigars during Lent.  Jlpre .hotels are needed in Xe>  ������011.  Here's an ignoramus, said the  /assistant, who' writes to ask when  ffche Christian era1 began.  Iliimph-I'said tlie unKW-er-to-ror-  jTespondeuts editor, rtliilili- we're  /a long way from it yet.  Vernon .apples for sale at the  iSlus-ell-Law-CaiilfJeld store.  lie said he was not prepared to-  believe that all men who had more  .money than he po������Fessed were  helplessly and-forever damned.  For Sale���������A six octavo piano  case organ. Almost as good as  new.- Apply Mrs. V. Dynes, Gold  street.  Its  too  bad- about young Gold-  rocks and thegirl he is engaged to.  ln'mbia.     Win.   Tierjen  makes them in Vancou'-  ver,   and   Nat -Darling  sells them- on the road.  M THE STAGE  Arriving in and1 leaving  Greenwood' have headquarters-at'  G hen ier's  Cigar Store  Pipes,-Cigars, Cigarettes a^.-d  ' Tobaccos  to   suit ) our  tastes, your fancy'or  your pocket.  J. A. GHENIER - - PROPRIETOR  Next door norlh of-Paeific hotel, ���������  Copper'Strecti'Greeinvood.  NOTICJ3  Iii tho m-itti*i- of (lie Land IJcki'sIi-.v Act. ni (I  in the ui.'itler of the Title to Loi������ 7tS.7.u!i unci !IS8  Oroii|i Ono, O.-oyoos Divisid.i, Villi! fJhtritt,  Uiiti-'li Columbia.  " \\ irnilEASCurtilicatoi of title of ihu Montreal  & fioitou Copper Oompiiriyl beiiifr Ueit'tliuato ol  titlj No IKIO11 to tlie ulm-e liuriditamemti lim been  lost or'duslr.iycd and ii|.pHu;Uion lias been made  to me for u duplicate thereof;  NwTIOE- ii hcrcliy irlven t-iat .1 cUiplicnte Cer-  tiiit-.uc of I'ltlatvitliiiiibovcilitii-cditui'iit-uti will l.e  is-ucd ut the uxpiriitioii oi'.iiic moiitli from ilic  datu of tlm thst iii.-o-rliiin lieruof uiiliSS in tliu  uiuiintlinu valid ol.j ction to tliu contrary Is  made 10 mu in writing-  W:H.KDMOXi S.  District Kciji.stiar {f Titles.  Lancl Ren'-try OJ.cu, A;iniloo|)3, 13. C.;5-'bIii'h-  11 ry L'Stii, 1U07. ���������!-'  F. M. LAWP3  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C.  GSRL  THE ELDEST OF A' FAMILY OF SIX  A Touching Story as fold in, a Letter*  fb Tli8 Toronto Globe.  w  There was.b small boy went to  ���������Sunday school. \V-hcrv he- wont  jhome his .mother risked him what  ffcho lesson wjis- about. Faith, says  .���������the boy. What's that.? Iris mother  /asked. Eelievin!' wliat you'vo got  ,-ovory reason to- beHi-vc ain't ho,  <tho boy replies. ^tid then he af-  fterward rcmnrkid; thern-.y/as.oome  (fcilk about duty, too. What's  ���������duty? his mother asked him. Oh,  (duty, ho replied, is any old-tliiny  jthat you hnvi'. got to do when \ou  ,\vant to play basi-lji-ill.  Griggs���������Buflgely    has   a   great!  -.head for biistnifs.  1        . < I.  lirig������8���������^Dp you/really tliink so ?  Griggs���������Why, that 1110,11 could  .run a peanut stand-.ue^t door to a  police station.  Maud -;0, Uncle George, did you;  puns the Hiedicino man of tlm-ti-ibe!  jof Indians ihut yotr visited ?  Urrcjo George-'No, ^ruiid. I  (di'Hcovercd that he retired several'  {jvars ago in fa,vor of the parent  jmwiiciiie man.  I ' 'JJ ;   My> dear, miinnund the sick  jiunii tjo-his wifn, I am nearing the  .'ftulclon  streets.     I iicar strains of  Li'wjtosc' ruuw'c.  iiiie.irthly- in  its1 /'hone fit)  /ii!<:       To the Editor of Tho Globe:;Sir,���������P  rffek for sp.ice in your eokunns to quote  from-a lei tor received   at   this office'  Ki'u- obvious reasons- I do not give ihe  name.   Tlie'letter reads:���������"I liave a"  SiV.l ease to present to you.     Twelve  years a^o a'mother died, leaving six  small children,  the eldest eight years'  old anil the youngest rtn infant.-  My'  mother took the eldest and kept her  until my mother's 'death.     Then  the  young girl   went  clerking   on   small  wages.     Ii-tst year she contracted a'  colli of^hiclr she lias newt- beeii free,'-  and sin? has luen unable to work since  last January.     She  is just   nineteen  i years old:     ICindly  telf' 'mo   how to  ������x Sf ��������� proceed lo'got her" into tho MuslcoL'u  p] l-'n-e Ho.-tpilal fiir'Consumptives."  q f. The sad part of i t i.s this letter is only  ������ ifi one'ofiniiny-���������alike patlu-tic and np-  O & j pealing���������that /ire being received daily  E  ������i by the writer.   '  0"'������''-���������  Pifty-dve patients are in residence  O  f>\.tlr'tlif'Muslcoka FietV llnspital to-day.  5 O  ���������i Seven liundi-i-d and thirty-eight have'  g ������ ,g!-b.!C'ii cared for since the hospital was-  o   Fpesh ond-Salb Mea'rs-,, pish1 ap.d'l^oditpy  ������ % opeiied in April 1002.-  O ���������      ��������� ���������?  S      Ih pl.-ici! ut  filly we could care for  one hundred if iho needed money for  niainleiiance was at the disposal of the  trustees.  Fei-h.-ips somo of yofir readers have"  | mien the folluwing'earnest statement'  in Dr. Lawrence F. Flick's valuable  book, "Consumption, .a Preventable-'  and   Curable .Disease";���������"Could the   ,      ! consumptives of any given community-'  3������������0M>������OOTCOC������-S������������������C���������>O������������������eC������KSOOfflOO������9������������O������3O������O������������������O  f; |)0 seen at one tinio or pass in panorama before the people public conscl  Gpeenrjrjood, B.- C  The oldest hotel in the  Ci-tv, and stilll under- thc  -same management'. .Eoo^us  comfortable, meals equal to  a=ny in the city,- aftd1 the' bar  supplies only the best. Cor-  ner of G'reen'Avoocltand Gov-  eminent streets.      '%_ .  ' ' J, W, flelson  B. E.  WALKER', Gen. Manager.    ALEX. LAIRD?, Asst. Gen: Man;  Branches ThrougKout Canada, arid m the United Stated  and England-. '  A- General Banking Busirress TranSa'cterf.    Accouiltshihy bft-6pene'd by'  mail with all branches of .this Bank:.-     '   -  Savings- Bank Department-  Beposj'ts of SI and upwards received', d'udTuffires't aTl'oWed at currenl!'  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  j: T. BEATTIE Acting Manager Sreeriwood BranS&V.  Dog T%\ Kotice  The collections for dog tax are  now due. Collections' will be commenced on the 1st of March, 1907.  All persons owning or harboring a  dog are reqite'sted to bc'preparcd to  pay on that' date.        ,'  Ke.vnctii McKcxziE  Gliiel- of Police.  BEALE-INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO, LTD  Geo. R. Nade'nt, 3\fanao;er'.-  . Farm lands, timber limits,, mineral cltims, mining- stocks1'  and shares. (Jiry real estatebouu'hf', sold'and'.exchanoetJr  Call and see our list.  aRElBN'WOOD,- S:   O -  Ate 'the Olieapest  And the Very Best ^  very One Gruaranteedt  Your Old Stoves Taken m-'Ksf-clia'iage;  A. L. WHITE & CQ.  HOUSE FUENISHERS, PHONE 16^  frrj-fji'.MrBr^-'-r",^i'',''i'"*?t^--'l-|'---|--J--'''A''l't"-������-'"---,1J''f--'J1''-"--'*1- mi.jwhh  nx3aagg<rwBfTi.rffsr^r>rgx^Trs  ���������saz  rr^-.-r-r-.-T:^^r-iil mweigngmngnm  Dealers in*  Shops itvnearly all the tow'ns -of noundary and  tlie Kootenav.  SOSOa���������������S3^0������Ctt33������20 .'-SCOCSOiti OQ������2SSC<5OSC>2<33������������������O������0SH3������ &&Q  SUBSCRIBE NOW.  <m  NELSON  B. A. \5A\C  D  R. W. .HINTON  ENGINEERS AND   CONTRACTORS  FOUNDERS AND  MACHINISTS  Repairing aud Jobbing executed with Despatch.  Sheet Metal Work, Mining and Mill Machinery.  Maiiufac'.uror.s of Ore Oar.-:, R.R. Contractors' Can-  Corner of Hall and Front Streets  NELSON, B. C. P.'.O. Box 173  ni'isno.ss of tho rn'iigni.lude of the alllio-.  'thin might he aroused. A physical  rli.sustefSlinckH tho world and lets lon.su  ".tho syuipiithy of millions. A. low  thousand rlonths'.are nothing iih com  purod with the deaths ffoni consuuip-'  jblon."-:  Tho anppnl;of tlio ti-ustoe^ of ,tho N|V-  ,'tlonivl Wi-tnit/iriuni AsHiicinlion .i.s on  b'liulf of lliu consuniptivoH of tho Dominion, 501) of whom din in Toronto  .muimlly, U.ODO.in'Ontario, 8,000 iu the  Dominion.     ..-.,',' '������������������'���������,.  TIiIh poor, rnothei-lnsH girl ;is ono of  ���������tho in.-uiy Kufferers of to-duy.  Tliiinkiug youin ftiilicipnlion for in-  loi-tion of lottor, hclicVorrie, very truly  y.-iui-ft, J. .S.'Robertson,1 'Soon-Laity N4-  tlnnul Sanitarium Association.'  -23 Adelaido street west; Toronto.  Contributions may bo sent to Sir  Wrn. It. Mnrodith, Kt., Osgoodo Hall,  Toronto, or to W. J. Gago, Esq., Gt  Front strcot west, Toronto.  H4..S  .IMPROVED'     \  PACIFIC COAST SERVICE  Leave Nelson 7-30 a. in.-  Arrivt Vancouver uifi noon.-  Arrive Victoria 5..15 p 111.     .  ONH NIGHT EN ROUTE  VANCOUVER-VIt TOI^IA  ROUTE  ''.   S. S.. Princess. Victoria.-  VICTORIA-SEATTLK ROUTE  S. S, Princess May'.-  STANDARD SLEEPING CAR'  IterlliB-jfi.oo.'  Car can h'c  occupied at Nelson  Union dqpot at 9 p. in.  I-'or ralci, folders uiidltickets apply  ;tOlp'cal agctito'r  .K. JJCOV.LK, A. 0. P. A.  ' ' Viincoiivcr  J. S. OAHTIC4I, M. I*. A.,  IS'tilNOII,  '^r/ft^W^ v%^Vt������^- ^^HH^V^fc-  -  Fresh Vegetables, Fresh E^fi'S'  and Finest Creamery Butter  ahVays iii sfock. Beef, Pork,  Mutton,-Poultry   Best Qualify.  ���������r* -- )-r-������ ���������" ��������� ---"���������- *'"-riii*-  ,= '.������f-  Supplies -electricity for Power,-Li oh t, Pleating  and- Ventilation: (Power jFttrnisried- to mines  for hoisting4 and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the service will rjc continuous.  Get our rates before completing your osttimites  v  1.  ���������������.  4i  ���������i'  . ml ��������� iJ������>  ,^^ryi>^^'������������������*i*i'iiwWai������*'ATl^'va!������sii*  i;  ,^������if)i * .*w,^,.ii.,������jwWiiftt.jg/������m  iff ������������������p|wwt<S,A  *-^*--������i���������***���������-  iUw*\i;;l,..jiX^  *^*mv**4^')r*m^m6Ai*$mAtn!i{-Ji


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