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 ^H^^^^^" '���������*  >r>������,,,, i.i.m^jnvMmucnfi'j.qiHV'n.i.^i.'Mil  ���������.    ' ,t-     '   ���������''"..''.'"r   '-.''���������'fTl'v",''  V  IP -  p  ^r^  isr..  vol xrv;  GREEN-tfOOD, B. C, THUIISDAT, JANUARY 9,1908.  bet don't forget to tell your  friend where to get his hat. We  can, give yon the Pitt. Hat for  $3.00, or if yon can stand a  Stetson, $4.50 or $5.00.  ���������Frederic *W. Mcliinc   i^85������3������5^������������'8^3*^������^^������������������������  Mining and Heal Estate Broker.  Estates Managed mid" Loans Made.  Local and District'Land Agent Oa-  nadian Pacific Railway. Stocks and  Shares a Special by. G rcen wood, B. C.  Rijssell-Law-Caulfleld Co., Ltd.  . Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.-  Phoenix-Greenwood  -"   ' -'^ STAGE  r-eaves Phoenix .-it 9:30 a. 111. and Grceii-  itt 3 p. 111. Passenger, express and freight  traffic between the two cities handled  with care, attention and rapidity.  D. L. MclUHtOY, l'uoi*.  vmm^ssm.  THE  Arriving in und leaving  ���������Greenwood have .headquarters at   ���������  s  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund,$5,000,000  B. E.  -     HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  WALKER, President.        ALEX. LAIRD, General.Manager.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England; -  SAVIJSGS BANK DEPARTMENT.  .BANKING   BY.   MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail .with any, branch of  tlie Bank.  Accounts  may be  opened, and deposits made or withdrawn'by  '  mail.    Every atteution is paid to out-of-town accounts. -  ' J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  S  Cigar store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  ���������. Tobaccos to   suit your  tastes, yonr fancy or  yoiir" pocisct.  -J. A. GHENIER - - P  Next door north 01 Vncific hotel  Copper street. Greenwood  assmg ifirong  Thos. Russell hap.gone lo liami-  ota, Man., on business.  '  E. (r. Warren   left Monday on a  businesstrip to the coast.1  During 1907 there wore thirty-  four deaths in Greenwood.  _ -Mrs. A. F. Thomas .of Nelson  is visiting heri; parents, ��������� Mr. aud  Mrs. Jas. MeCrenth.  J. Iv. Reid, formerlv of New  Denver and JS'elson, 'committed  suicide in London.  A.'E. Braithwaitfi left Thursday  last to take charge of,- Hanson's  store at Bridesville. ���������  AV  THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS.  To' tho.  Ratepayers and -HosidenU  of  Greenwood.  After  serving you for five years  in the  city council,  alderman,'   and  the  past  I   again  offer-  MR: WOOD'S ADDRESS.  To 'JtiuTaxi-avkusoi-- GjtEisxwoo-D:  I have been asked to accept the  fniir  vL-ii-B ��������� J l,0Ullntt,'l'0n for tl)0 0l,lee  of  lnay������r  ' ,! ..,1 of your ciry and have accepted.  mayor,   I   again  offer  rnvie'if  fori T^Zfy l ������" "  ean,HdHte f������r  nomination  for mayor on the 13th I    Vdt    "1     .     . ���������. -r  of this monj-h. 1 . ^Sl ���������"���������"Stond it, I am  purely  In.the past I  have endeavored  .1J!,1ejif������nd?n,i    If/ T  *?"?* S  1 ���������"'"   hn   Independent and  devote  B.  P  Weans Good Health.  Healthful plumbing at reasonable prices is our business. "Standard Fixtures" make your bathroom  healthy, sanitary and modern. A  full line of heating stoves at cost.  E.W.  One of Canada's Strongest Financial Institutions.  TOTAL   ASSETS    OVER* $50,000,000.  Business- Transacted.  ���������  A   General  Banking  Savings Accounts givpn special attentiou. 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 0 months. Deposits may be withdrawn at any time without-notice.  Banking by Mail.���������People Irving at a distance may send iri deposits  or withdraw cash by mail.    Write for particulars.  H. F. STOW, MANAGER   GREFCMVCOD BRANCH.:  .^rammmm^^nmmBsm  BANK   OFIMONTREAL.  ESTABLISHED   1817.  PAID  UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST, $11,000,000  UNEIVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.98  Genoral Banking BubinasslTrausaclotl.   Drafts issued on nil points, anil Collec  "tions mnilo ut lou'o&t nite-..  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   1   W. F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOWED ATCURRENT HATES    /MANAGER GREENWOOD BRAMCh  m  m  in  ,-R  h-'-f  Ft  rf "  Hffl  mm  Uancojwer, g. ft  Kates���������American plan, 81.23  and $l.f>0 a day ; European plan,  oO and 75 cents a day. Free omnibus meets all trains and boats.  Baths free : telephoue in each corj-  ridor ; 100 rooms ; hotel is centrally located ; baggage stored jree;  special rates for families and large  parties.  T. J. EO BERTS, Proprietor.  urasiiss^  Special - Bargain = Sale  High-Class "Winter Goods in Dry Goods, Millinery, Boots rind  Slices.  On Monday, January Oth, we commence our Annual Stock-  Taking Sale, which will last for two weeks only. Do not fail'to  take advantage of these bargains'while they last.  Dry Goods.     RENDELL   &    CO.    Millinery.  > tteeQQ9ttGQGQ&&Q������0&9G>&&Q&������<})������QWBQQi}������G&U&������Q<&3 ������<BQQQ������@G������  THERECOjHlOTELi  SAXIIOX, 1!. C.  ���������Wii! he appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Everything up-to-date."  ca. en. bej^ett  PROPRIETOR  Wilcox, editor of the  Phoenix Pioneer', was in the city  Tuesday taking a sun bath.  The Oflicers of Greenwood lodge  No. 28, K. of JJ., will be installed  next Wednesday evening, Jyfch.  A. F. Thomas, of tho~Thomas  Drug company, Nelson, made a  flying trip lo the city last week.  Jim Neelande, one of Nelson's  oldest and host known citizens  died last Sunday in  his ,r>9th year.  W. S. Keith has resigned as  superintendent of the smelter in  Sumptcr, Ore., and will-go to California. '  Kris Krugcr, who has been running the hoi el in Anaconda for  several months, has sold out to  Frank Bell.  A   hoist     is being installed  at the Tip Top.    When in  place  two   shifts   will be put to  work  sinking a shaft.  At the evening service in the  Presbyterian church Sunday next  the pastor will preach on '"'Civic  Responsibility."  Tuesday last, 7th inst., Rev. M.  M. D. McKce tinitcd_ in marriage  Jahn Tracy of Genessee, Idaho,  and Lucy B. Combs of Midway.  _ Next Tuesday evening the Initiatory and first degrees will be  conferred upon three candidates  by the local lodge of Oft-. Fellows..  In Berlin, Ontario, sixteen candidates  were nominated   for   the  mayorality.     That   backs  Greenwood    clear    into    the  tom'ney.  Thos. McAulay, who was recently burned out at Beaverdell,  has decided not to resume business  there for the present. He will locate at Danville, Wash.  W. F. Hazard, who has been  manager of T. Hanson's store at  Bridesville for the pastnine mouths,  arrived in the city today wand will  go to Spokane- the end of this week.  C. J. Wilson, local 'manager for  P. Burns & Co., returned from  Oroville, Wash., Tuesday, where  he purchased and shipped two  hundred head of cattle to the  construction camps along the line  ofthe V., V. &E.  Mr. Presnell of Grand Forks  was in the city last week. He  owns a quarter interest in the  Riverside nursery at the Forks,  and in ten days sold SI,000 worth  of fruit trees to the farmers of  Rock Creek. Bridesville, etc. The  trees sold, were principally apple,  although one rancher took a chance  on five peach trees  to work in the best interests of the  city, and if elected as mayor- for  the corning term 1 shall continue  to do the same.  The following gentlemen have  kindly consented to .stand for aldermen on my ticket,:  South Ward���������T. M. Gulley, W.  B.  Fleming and  W. G. McMynuT  North AVard���������E.  II.  Mortimer,  A. F. H. Meyer-and C. J. "Wilson.  All tho above.gentlemen are well  known to you, and   men  of good  business ability, who will see that  the   affairs   of   the   city are  well  taken care of,   and   will   be progressive, as well as economical with  the city funds.  Generally speaking our policy  will he one of economy, but we  shall be always willing a3 far as  possible to make improvements,  viz., the water main where that  may be advisable. To complete  the new reservoir on Providence  creek, and put it in working order,  which, together with the one on  Twin creek and the one on Lind  creek, will give the city excellent  fire protection, whereby we hope  that a cheaper Ore insurance rate  will be secured for the city.  "We will also favor building a fire  proof vault at the city offices, the  present accommodation being in-  adequatu for the different books  and records necessary for the city  to keep safely ; do necessary repairs to sidewalks and crossings  and make extensions tesarue where  necessary.  We will, as fay as possible, see  that the city police force is prop-  perly maintained, and will expect  the members of the force,to do  their duty, to restrict gambling  and keep out of the city all rounders, professional gamblers, etc.  ���������  Our aim will always bo to work  for the best interest of the community.  - If--at any time any enterprise  should come up which has the appearance of helping to build up^our  ,vill  be  my  time  and  energy  to  tlie advancement   of     YOUlt    CITY   AS   A  j WirOLK.  I In five years, what has been  done for Die -interest-of Greenwood? It is not my nature to  wait until! somet^ng turns up Ipatrfcibie grounds lie  and then lostor it, but, rather cepfc a  create that something, J propose  not only to feed il���������. chicken after  some one l������;is pmdut-vrl it, but'ito  produce il nnd foster it also.  J am in I'.ivor of radical changes  to get the dry rot rubbed off.  Later [will outline to you my  platform th it 1 will attempt to put  into effect if elected.  Respectfully yours,  It. WOOD.  No.'25  Cr-anhrook has a brass band, bnt  Old Man Simpson is still able to bo  heard.  Harry Ashcroft, late of iYelsbn7  has opened a blacksmith shop in'  Kelowna.  About twelve hundred more  Japs are on the way to Vancouver.  Pretty soon there will be little else  in that city, but wet feet, Japs and  real estate agents.  "Dad"  Allen,  well   known   all  over the'west, died  last  Friday in  Slocan,  aged   SO   years.   He  was  born in New York stat  and served  through   the   civil   war., bub   on  refused to ac-  pension,   although   entitled   '  one.    ITe   was   a   picturesque  figure in the life around the mountains,   and   a   noted   packer   and  prospector.  to  CONVENTION NOTES-  of Dis-  be held  mulliga-  city", we shalb be  most  pleased to Seta'-1'  There is no shut-down at the  factory in Nelson, where the Royal  Seal Cigar is made. It is still being smoked in all parts of the  Boundary.  I Western Float!  Fred Carlson died in Ainsworth  last week from heart failure.  The Reco mine is rawhiding ore  to Sandon.  The Sampler at 'Kaslo is running  two shifts on zinc ore from the  Ruth.  The capacity 'of the Granby  smelter will he increased n������xt  summer to 4,n00 tons daily. It is  now the third largest copper smelter in America, and the main prop  of Grand  Forks.  It is said that the Socialists  will try to run at the municipal  ejections in Grand Forks.  -"������������������v.  John D. Cameron died in rhe  Phoenix hospital last Friday after  >an operation for app'-udicitisV He  will   be  buried  in   Maybou, Nova  The next annual meeting  tiictXo, (i, W. F. M., will  in Moyie.  ��������� The delegates eondemed the  Lemieux Act. and Lieutenant-Governor Dunsmuir. The latter owing  to his Jap preferences.  The delegates passed a vote of  thanks to the Greenwood Miners'  Union for their liberal hospitality  towards the convention.  Cha--?. Bunting was elected president; B. F.Taylor, viYe-preaidenl,  and A. Shilland, secretary-treas.-  The At Home in the Union hall  on Friday evening was a delight-  nil affair. Ed. Mason of Nelson,  the Misses Hart and others' entertained the audience with nrusie.  song, etc., and John Mcfnnes, M.  P. P., Wm. Davidson, and Chas.  Halsey delivered speeches. After  supper a danci prolonged the  pleasures of the. evening far  the night.  into  The Kootenay Belle is the name  of a cigar that ca-i be found in  nearlv every to\\ii between th-!  blue Pacific and the wheat country.  CITY COUNCIL.  favorably consider the same, but  will not run the city into indebtedness unless we see .some good and  sure returns.  H. BUNTING.  Pat Gallagher of Rosebery has  returned from a two months' trip  to the cent belt. While east he  sold Slocan timber limits to capitalists in St. Paul, AViunipeg. Du-  luth and Ottawa. Although Pat  now has a bank roll much larger  than a cigar box, he is still running a small tie camp in the Slocan, but thinks that he will have  to shut down owing to the depth  of the snow,    ne is also interested  The sun will soon be shining on  Sandon.  IL W. Kent,   superintendent of  the B. C. Telephone company, has  resigned     He will  take a long so-j was  received,"  advocating  the ne-  journ   in   Southern  California   in   cessity of a supply  of  pure ice for  , The city council met Monthly  evening, the mayor and Aldermen  De-rosiers, Gulley. Sullivan and  Sutherland being present. The  minutes of previous meeting were  read and adopted.  Letters from Xelson, Kamloops,  and Revelstoke re coal and wood,  were received and filed.  ���������V letter  from   Dr. Oppenheimer-  rn a tie and logging camp opposite  Silver-ton, where the Hon. Bill  Hunter is showing-his ability in  the production of timber. Pat had  a return ticket when he went east,  and his Boundary friends are glad  he has become rich.  ODD FELLOWS INSTALL.  Tuesday evening Walter Cook  of Phoenix,   D. D. G. M., assisted  The Riverside! ^J*  r������C as Srand  warden.   AV.  lilson as graud  secretary,  and,. J  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3.,fr Cbelin ������ 0o., nelson  Heaclquarters for  Upholstery,  Furniture,  Carpets,  Linoleums,  Regular monthly meetings of  y- Greenwood lodgoNo. 28, A. F.  & A. M., are held on the first  'Thursday in each month in Fraternity hull, Wood block, Gov  A large audience, many of whon  were not Scotch, greeted the "Bonnie Brier Bush'' i7i thc Auditorium  on Tuesday evening. The play  was a delight to all, aud everything was well done, even to the  playing of the bagpipes. Thc show  is worthy of patronage and one of  the best ever seen in Greenwood.  C. P. Walker is ���������'entitled to the  thanks of tho west for providing  such a clean and wholesome performance along his circuit.    As a  Bedding,  Window Glass  ! T.M. $ulley-<������tS0., p^^^-  I Greenwood's Big Furniture Store.  ���������>. " ' \:ocu  wock, uovrrrnuiont big miner remarked to the/ writer :  s>tiout. Greenwood.   Visituiir brethren   ni> i  i rei ��������� .       .    .,  are cordially invited to attend. ^ K0sh !     'T   m "������ U'gS '" ^  ���������ias,-s. iiikxik. s���������crn.���������.v,     but it s a real show."  .. .i    i iNext   iuesdav tho nominations  W.F.  ' Greenwood Minei-iT  Union, No: '22, W.  F- M., meets eveiy  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper struct, Greenwood, at 7:il0.  Also in hall at   Mother -Lode niiin.!  Thursday evenings ut 7:R0.  ���������It. A. MATHKISON, Secretary.''  SWBMMttrraMI^B'MMKft*^^  A house furnished with the best, most artistic,  useful and in.all that goes to make a home .comfortable nnd pleasing to the eyo at reasonable prices,  drop a line to D. J- Robertson & Co. at Nelson, B.  0.    Goods guaranteed tho Best for the price.  C. S. BAKER  Provincial Assayer and Oio  Shippers' Agent. Correspondence solicited, Samples  rccefve pronipt attention.  i". it. irox ran. oiii'knwiioo, it. c.  (Bi'fflfl  AGENTS FOR THE BELL  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  uisthiot  or YAI.K  1, f.oon:.! Tli-rimy, intmul to niiply for per-  iiiISHlmi in |iiin Iiiihii nioiu'ri'i*. morn m- lim.of  lilinl IkiiiikIixI i\h rolliiWM : ('umiiiniieliiu nt till-,  |io.it; tli-iiei- mirth m oli-iiun, tlicnrt! wi-nt to Mm  c-iatliiiiikof tliu North Kui-lt ofj-wi-tllii Wlvur.  Il.ii'iii-i) fonllii-rly, foll.iM Imk Mio l*:������Ht Hunk tr  Ki-ttlii rlvi-rton point duo wont, from tlm point  ol coiriiiKiiiciiiitiiiit-., Unmet! ijiihI to ,-ioltl point of  rummum-i'im-nt,  Diitt-il till* Ctli day of Dmiimlii-r, A. I), IW7  OKOKCIK 'WKICVI'-V.  for   mayor,  aldermen  and  school  trustees will be held.    For the first  time in three years there is likely  to be a contest.    It is said that  Robert AVood,  the iii'f-t mayor of  the city, will oppose Mayor Bunting.    With the exception of Aldermen   AVood and'  Sullivan all the  old     members    of    the   council  will be candidates for re-election.  In addition  to these.   AV. G. Mc-  Mynu, W. B. Fleming E. II. Mortimer, C. J. AVilsdu and A. F. IL  Meyer, will be  candidates.  Alex.  Greig was asked to become a candidate, but declined. All the aspirants aro personally known to  the  electors,    therefore   comment   in  these columns is unnecessary. Each  will doubtless outline his policy at  a public meeting   boforo election  day, lifter which the electors  will  ho in a hotter position to determine  how to mark their'JballotH.  After the installation services a  banquet was given, at which a  number of speeches were made.  Following are the officers installed:  Frank Spearing, >T. G.  S- K. Belt, V. G.  Fred B. Holmes, R. S.  G. B. Tavlor. F. S.  E. Foyle-Smith, Treas.  Jas. Irwin, AVarden.  K. Storer, Conductor.  B. PeWelc, 0. G.  B. Bubar, I. G.  T. M. Gulley, R. S. X. G.  A. E. O'Brien, L. S. N. G.       - j  I). A. McDonald, R. S. V. G.      !  W. M.'Murray, L. S. V..G.        i  A. J. Jaynes,"R. S. S. !  E. Medill, L. S. S. j  Rev. M. j). McKce, Chaplain.  E. Foyle-Smith, Organist.  The Columbia cigar is made from  choice tobacco, and smokers should  look for- it when iu search of something that will  delight the senses.  order to see if ihe climate will   improve his.wife's health.  Beer ha- advanced in A'ictoria  from S7 to SS a barrel of twenty  gallons.  The Victoria Colonist says that  the. climate in that citv is the I'm *-t  on rhe crntinent. Evidently r.ne  editor knoivs nothing .iboub Greenwood.  A great many hard drinkers dioti  in British Columbia during the  recent holiday season.  George Taylor, tha contrietor,  hxs bought, thirty acres of the  NVwby estate near Grand Forks.  Geo. W. ILtighc-s h i-s. rei-<>vt>mi  frcni a recent snokc of paralysis,  .���������nid is now iu Spokane.  There, are still 7.000 miners  working in Butte at an average  wage of S.'J.oO per shif!.  "Shorty" Seaman died i:i Kaslo  on Christmas day of heart diseas--.  Fifteen years ago in partnership  with Curly Robinson he ran the  Palace restaurant in that city when I health  they had two  cooks  use in the city. The medical  health officer was instructed to condemn all ice not fit for use.  The various committees reported  progress, with the exception of the  finance.  The   following  ordered paid :  K  W liishon ....  ���������I. A. Chirk           A   I)  Ilall.'tt        I.uli.ir & McKnv  '"'"'  Boumhirv Creek Times.'""'  W. II   Moore..  .    F. C. I5ii.-kle.ss .'.'.'.".'.'.""  '   K tjpankic   A  A   FreeliHttp '.'.'.'..  Cuii-iron & McDonald.   .  S O.ivcr " ''  S. M  .loliii-on    Following is the annual  of the Medical Officer  of Jleah.  p'-f'sented to the counr-il :  Ti. His Worship the Mayor, and Aldi-r-  tnen of the City of Greenwood.  Gkxtlkme.v : I have the honor  to submir. h^ereivith my annual report for I DOT as medical nffi-er f -.r-  tlie Corporation of the Citv of  Greenwood.  f am pleased to "suv  the  accounts    were  ST!) -2'i  ���������2 r,)  1 Ho  i.) ;is  3S .0')  s -!0  ���������27 00  1.' OJ  1 7'.  t'J 0 i  !>J 'ill  report  >s  gener.sl  city has  conditions  of  out  on  tho ni-ht [been excellent, and there has been  sliitt.    Of  late years  Shorty   had   le.is typhoid from   within   the city  painted for a living. - than   in   past years; most  of the  TheSD. Fagene mine .-it  Movit* {������.arLM !I't'-'l.t(-1'i -'ere were  from  ont-  is closed down, owing to the nun-! s"lcIti tlistricts.  The wind blows some in Alberni.  In that town a short time ago'the  wind nearly put tho Royal Bank  out of business; The money was  hurriedly thrown into the safe and  the staff fled elsowhero for safety  until tho ozone ceased its rapid  pace, This i.s the first time the  wind lias hold up a bank in Canada, and the Alberni bank clerks  should anchor the bank edifice so  it will not excito them to speed  when a gale buts in with its salty  breath. Our Canadian banking institutions should always be  upon a solid footing.  ers refusing to accept the dt-ei-ion  of the arbitration bo.ird concerning  wages.  R.   E.   Plevvinaii  h.-is  been  np--  pointed police magistrate iu   Ross  land.  There are 41)7 names on the  voters' list in-Cranbrook, and none  of them begin with Z.  The Chinese working for the  Kelowna Leaf Tobacco compiniy j  have been discharged and replaced !  liy twenty white men. '  J'rince Rupert is named after a  .Dutchman. Better to have called  it after some great 'Canadian.  Prince Rupert savors to much of  toadyism to the titles of Europe.  The hard times saitl  to exist in  the United States are  simply, the  result   of   greed.     People  are   ho [  crazy to make   money vthab  thev I   .     .  will take all kindd of chances with I ������.f *>l|,>l.!r,JU,0-sw P������t������������n*fe*  the usual result that follows gambling, of any kind.  A band of IXrukliobors iu the  nude were caught pu-ading the  streets of Fort William a nhort  time ago. They should bo .shipped  to Mexico where anything nude i.s  not so horrifying to the citizens as'  it is in Canada. In Canada it is  illegal for anything hut the lower  in speci-  AVhen you want a monument or.  headstone, write to the Kootonay     Tom Trenery is now  loader of I animals to appear hi public without  Marble AVorku, Nelson, B.. C.       *' the Kaslo band, ' their clothes on.  The usual inspection.-* were inaile  during the year. I might im-n-inn  that we had considerable trouble  with reference to the public using  the lanes and vacant lots for tln-ir  garbage, etc., and would advi-e  that notices be posted .i -o this is  contrary to the health byi.i.v.  Milk tests were made fretjuentlv  during the year, and were tound  to be up to tho standard, r worn'.I  suggest that skimmed milk sold in  | the city .should be placed  ally marked cans.  There were other little requirements attended to in the interests  of the. general health.  I am pleased to see that the  council havo made some little improvements in the j-i.il ;.btit, woul i  still call your attention to the defect in light and fresh air.  f would ask you not to forget  the B. 0. Sanitarium for  the  am-  -Vim-';r iiit  the. city see (it to give will be  money spent in a good cause.  I must thank the health board  ami sanitary inspector for th"ir- e,,.  operation and courtesies during the  year. All of which is respeetfully,  submitted.  SlDXHVS. OlMT.MiKlUKi;,  JI.  D.  Bylaw No. IL'.S wan adopted inid  finally passed.  Council adjourned.  Job Printing at The Ledge,  mm THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  OWSER WRITES LIFE  Promised $20,000 For Autobi-  .   ography of 100,000 Words.  IT  IS  SCHEME  TO   BORROW.  Another Man Thinks the Philosopher  Is an Easy Mark, and It Would Seem  So Again���������Old Fellow Gets Mad and  Goes Out Into the Night.  [Copyright, 1007. by Horner Spraguc.]  From the front steps where she was  waiting Mrs. Bowser could see IIr.  Bowser as lie dropped off the car. lie  eiuiio wall:ing down the street very  nt I Illy. He held his head high as he  entered the gale. Ho glanced at her  haughtily as he ascended the steps  and slightly inclined his head in recognition. Mrs. Bowser asked for no  explanations. She recognized the fact  that .Mr. Bowser hud one of his "fits"  on. At the dinner table she spoke of  the weather, a 'church social' lo be  held that evening and other things,  hut he would not unbend. He replied  "yes" and "no," but that was about the  extent of it. After dinner and {ifl������r  he had paced the sitting room for live  minutes he said:  "Mrs. Bowser, you may be wondering If anything has happened today.  There has. I received a publisher at  tho olHi-o  this aftornoon.     His  object  BE   WAS   FOUND   FISHING   IN   A   PAN   OF  WATER.  was to secure my autobiography. He  has been reading of me in trie papers  for the last five years."  "Is he to come over here this evening?" she asked.  "What for?"  !   "Why, he'll want my autobiography,  too, won't he?   I have been in the papers just as much as you have."  ; Her Name Not Mentioned.  - ' "Your name, madam, was not mentioned in the slightest The publisher  didn't seem to remember that there  .was such a person living."  ' "Oh, he didn't? Thanks to him.  .Well, what of you?"  "I am to write my autobiography for  him.   There will be 100,000 words, and  the pay will be $20,000."  .   "You don't say!   Why, that's a for-  tune."  ��������� "Exactly. He said it was the highest  price he had ever paid for anything of  the kind, but that he shouldn't begrudge the outlay."  "But what is there about your autobiography to he worth that sum?" she  recklessly queried.  Mr. Bowser drew himself up.  >   He folded his arms.  He looked down upon her in cold  disdain.  "I���������I didn't mean It in just that  way." she explained.  "Mrs. Bowser."'he said at last, "we  will let the matter pass, but please be  a little more careful of your language  in the future. There are occasions  ���������when you seem to forget who you are  addressing. For; your enlightenment  I will say that the publisher is satis-  fled that my autobiography will make  the hit of the decade. In fact, he had  the frankness to say that If Washington or Napoleon were alive he would  give me the preference over them."  "When are you going to begin writing?"  "This evening���������at once. He wishes  to get the completed article as soon as  possible. On the street car, on the  way home. I was thinking up some of  the most thrilling passages of my life,  and I want to write them out this  evening."  "Will you read me what you write  tonight?"  "Possibly."  "If you want any of my help, you  know."  Mr. Bowser looked'down upon her  with a smile of pily nnd condescension  aud then turned away and entered the  library. He laid a pad of paper before him and sharpened a pencil. Then  he scratched his head with his right  hand and with his left. Then he leaned back and thought. Then he got up  and walked around and thought some  more. Then he sat down and mopped  his marble brow and wrote:  "Samuel Bowser, the subject of this  sketch, was born In Chemung In thi  year 18-18. Ills father was a fanner.  He was an only child. There Is never  more than one such child seen In n  ��������� family.  j "Samuel was a precocious child from  earliest Infancy. lie could walk at six  months; he could talk at eight; he was  !found (lshlng In a pan of water at ten;  when he was n yair old fT* could tell  the difference between a lead nickel  and a good one.  Bowser's Early Life.  "Before he waa three years ola the  child was Inquiring Into mechanics,  philosophy aud the occult, and the  neighbors would gather of au evening  nud sit with open mouths to hear him  talk. He was reading Shakespeare at  four, and at five the schoolmaster  frankly admitted that he could learn  him no more. Tho father then mortgaged his farm to send tiro young hoy  to college. He choso Harvard In preference. Jo Vale, because he had a until*  i-iU'anfipnthy against Yale locks.  "The professors had heard of young  Bowser, but received blur with Incredulity. They set out to prove him a  young bluffer, but In the course of a  single afternoon he'had not only, astonished them beyond .measure, but  taken his place at the head of all  '.-lasses. It Is recorded that they gathered In council and pronounced the  boy the greatest prodigy of tbe century."  When Mr. Bowser had got that far  he began to doubt himself and to wish  for .Mrs. Bowser's opinion. lie fought  Ihe feeling off for a few minutes, not  wishing to condescend too much, but  finally gathered up the pages and  walked out Into the sitting room and  said:  "Mrs. Bowser, I will read you what  I have written so far. It Is only part  of the introductory. Of course you un-  derstiuid nothing about literary work,  hut I should like you to see the easy  flow of language. That's the art of literary work���������the easy flow."  He thereupon began to read, but  when he had reached the point where  he began inquiring into the occult Mrs.  Bowser interrupted with:  "What inquiries did you make?"  "Wei1���������ahem���������well, I don't remember after this lapse of time, hut I  made Inquiries." hc'repllcd.  "What were you Inquiring about mechanics?"  "I can't say just at this moment."  "Were you asking why a wheelbarrow had only one wheel, while a wagon had four?"  "Madam, do you know who you are  talking lo?" he asked ������s he rose up.  "1'lease read the rest. I didn't mean  to say anything to offend. It was so  singular for you to be inquiring Into  the laws of mechanics at that ago that  I was curious to know just what you  wanted to be informed about."  Mr. Bowser choked over the matter  for a moment and then read on. When  he had reached the point of being sent  away to college Mrs. Bowser interrupted again to ask:  Calls Himself an Ass.  "Did your father ever pay that mortgage or did he lose his farm?"  "By the living jingo, woman, but do  you mean to insult me?"  "Wh3\ no; of course not I just asked you"���������  "I know you asked me. and I'll have  no more of it. From now ou you  won't hear another line of this autobiography���������not a line. 1 was an ass  for reading you what I have. I might  have known that you would get off  something mean."  At that moment the doorbell rang,  and Mr. Bowser, being on his feet, answered it. He opened the door to And  his publisher there.  "I was up this way and ran In to,tell  you that if you can make 200,000 words  of the sketch I will pay you double,"  said the man.  "Well, I will try to. I have just  started on tho introduction."   .-  "Good! Good! 1 knew yon were a  hustler. And/ bow do you like It as  far as you have gone?"  "I think it's splendid."  "That's fine. Say, Bowser, I want  to lend my sister over on the uext  street $20. Let me have It touight.  and I'll send It over to your office lathe morning."  Mr. Bowser flushed snow white and  then brick red.  "Yes; send it over In the morning,"  smiled the publisher.  "I-I couldn't do it."  "No?  Then, no twenty, no autoblog."  "Then you get out of here, you dead-  beat, you!"  When the door closed behind the  man Mr. Bowser strode down to the  sitting room. Mrs. Bowser had laughed until she had tears In her eyes.  "Ha!" he exclaimed as he grabbed  up the manuscript.  "Ha!" he shouted as he held it aloft  and tore It into shreds.  "Ha, ha!" he almost roared as he  kicked at the cat and strode down the  hall to clap on his bat and hie him out  into the night M. QUAD.  THE  AUTO  SPEAKS.  I am a battered auto car.  My bonnet lias a dent,  My name 1 fear- Is badly sprung,  My gnsol.'np Is spent;  My tires are full of punctures, too,  My tonncau's mud besplashed,  My top's awry, and both my lamps  To smithereens are smashed.  Unto the Ktirage came a man  Who, babbled long and much  Of carburetor, sparking plug,  Transmission gear and clutch.  ,  My o.vner lot him take me out.  He gave the wheel a yank  And forth wo shot Into tho street  And grazed a gravel bank.  . We struck the curb, caromed a bit,  Collided with a bike,  Were chased by half a dozen cops  For burning up the pike,  But got away and lilt a cart  And ran a woman down  Before, with wild, derisive' toots  We cannoned out of town.  He gathered friends along tho way.  That demon at my wheel.  They stopped at every public house  To break a yellow seal.  Then like a /neteor on I sped.  He couldn't keep me straight.  And, wabbling wildly to and fro.  We blindly tempted fate.  I skidded on a muddy place,  And, crashing through a fence.  I aent them Hying Into spaco  With energy immense.  Then people came from far and near  To view my twisted frame  And say, with cruel emphasis,  "The auto was to blame."  We've got to suffer for tho sing  Of all the tinsel sports  And speedomaniacs that fill  Thc hospitals und courts,  So when you see a heap of junk  ���������   That smells of gasoline  Don't fix the blame until you find  Who drove tho wrecked machine.  ���������Minna Irving In New York Times.  Matrimonial  Disaster.  Young Smith was paying devoted  tourt to a rich and beautiful girl, and  a successful result seemed inevitable  when disaster unspeakable wrecked  his chances forever.' One morning  Smith discovered that the next day  was her birthday and Informed her  poetically that on the morrow he  would send her a bouquet of roses, oua  rose for each year. That night he  wrote a note to his florist ordering the  immediate delivery of twenty roses to  the young lady. The florist read the  order and thought he would please tho  young man by Improving on it, so ho  said to his clerk:  "Here's au order from young Smith  for twenty roses. Smith has been one  of my best customers lately. Put in  ten more for good measure!"���������Judge's  Library..  True* Christian Spirit.  Thought He Had Slipped In the Snow.  PH-Pflg    1  Jack���������Ma*ud Willing has the true  Christian spirit  Tom���������What do you mean by that?  Jack���������Why, last night when I kissed  her on the cheek she immediately  turned the other.���������Meggendorfer Blatter.  A   Paradise.  Mrs. .Shopper���������Oh. John, I dreamed  last night that I was In heaven.  Shopper���������What was it like?  Mrs. Shopper���������It was one immense  department store filled with bargains.  Why, they had goods marked at 98  cents that would cost a dollar here.���������  Detroit Tribune.  Brown (loq.)���������Thish Ish (hie) firsh  time ever knew shnow to be hot!���������Illustrated Bits.  Couldn't Help It.  Mrs. Panther���������My dear, you must  not have anything to do with Mr.  Mountain Lion. That young cub will  never amount to anything.  Kitty Panther���������Oh. you're mistaken,  mother: he's sure to catamount to  ^oinefhliig.���������Kansas City Times.  Bunions.  "By the way," said the old shoe  maker, "do you know what makes t  bunion? No? Well. It Is simply gel-  ting shoos too short In a short shoe  the foot cannot follow the dictates of  growth Imposed by nature. But It simply cannot keep from growing.  "So tho tissue and bone and flesh  that should go Into the toes Is simply  sidetracked Into a bunch wherever It  can get the easiest and forms a bunion." "  Increasing  the  Impaired   Quantity.  "They tell me, dear, that your father's money is all tainted."  "Do you hesitate to take it, George?"  "No, dear. But doesn't it seem under the circumstances as if he should  try .to make amends for its impurity  by giving us twice as much?"���������Houston Post  Not a Member In Good Standing.  "They say that Jane Brown is to be  married."  "Yes."  "But isn't she a charter member of  the Old Maids' club?"  "Yes, but she never paid any dues."  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  SELF AND WIFE  AND CHEGK BOOK  The   Question   of   Finances   Overshadowed by Another of Greater  Importance  "Yourself and your wife and your  check book should be a committee on  finance that meets-monthly with closed doors." is good advice in the interests of domestic harmony and success. But if any one member of this  committee be - permanently absent,  what then? If would be-bad if the  third member^vere absent, but much  worse if either of the former. Read  the following little story of how one  member almost lost his place on that  committee, and how, after a great  struggle, he finally maintained it:  "It is twelve years since Psycliine  cured me of galloping consumption.  1 caught cold working as a fireman  on the O.P.R. The doctors said thereon the C.P.R. The doctors said there  wtis no hope for me. J had night  sweats, chills and fever, and frequently coughed up pieces of my lungs.  T was fast sinking away. Was ad-  vi.secl by Mrs. Stewart, a neighbor,  to try Psycliine, and two months'  treatment put me right on my feet  again. Have had no return of lung  trouble since. Psycliine saved mo.  To-day I work on my farm near here.  I inn six feet tall and weigh over 175  lbs. Use my testimonial and photo  if you desire.  "A.  R. MUMFORD."  "Magnottawan,  May  21st."  Psycliine, pronounced Si-Keen, does  more than has ever boon claimed for  it. Coughs, colds, bronchitis, catarrh,  pneumonia and all throat, lung and  stomach troubles yield quickly to its  curative jnwer. At till druggists, 50c  and $1, or Dr. T. A.'Slocum, Limited,  179 King street west, Toronto.  ABUSE    OF    RAILWAYS  and  in  The teacher was endeavoring to explain thc meaning of "egoism" to  the class.  "Who is it," he said, "who expects  never to be neglected, who expects  the best of everything, imagines that  he is the centre of everything, who  never thinks of nor does anything for  anybody else, but expects everything  done for him?"  "Please, teacher." said a small boy,  one of a large family, ".the baby."���������  Fliegende Blaetter.  MAKE   NEW   BLOOD  A True Philosopher.  "Doesn't your wife lecture you sometimes?" asked the relative.  "Yes," answered Mr. Meekton. "but  I don't mind. I feel safer when she Is  at home lecturing me than when she  Is out playing bridge whist."���������Washington Star.    Making Business For Him.  "Markley's doctor advised him to go  In for motoring."  "Why. there wasn't anything the  matter with Markley."  "I know, but his doctor's specialty  Is surgery."��������� Philadelphia Press.  Not Always.  Gunbiistii-Wilfred.  Mrs.  never   say  "cannot."  Wilfrcd-Theu If  melon must I ask  on poV"���������Judge.  you   must  'can't."   but   always   suy  1   want  a   musk-  for a   "l-annotal-  The Ideal  LOW EXCURSION RATES TO  EASTERN  CANADA  The North-Western Line again announce their annual excursions to  Eastern Canada. Rate of $40 for tho  round trip to points in Ontario and  Quebec, as far east as Montreal, will  be in effect daily during Decembor,  and tickets will be good for return  threo months from dato of sale, with  provision for extension at small additional cost. If travelling East bo I  sure and specify The North-Western  Line when purchasing your ticket, ao ...  this will onsuro you best service and      "Here's a piece of pie I made my-  quickest time.    Full information on ������ eolf."  application to Goo. A. Leo, General I    "Dat's nil right, lady.   I'm so hungry  Agent, 21C McTJermot Ave, Winnipeg,! I don't mind what 5 eat."-New York j'  Man.     . W'ocld.    ��������� .. *     ���������    ���������...-...-  That is What Dr. Williams'Pink Pills  Do���������That  Is Why They Cure  So Many Diseases  When persons have not enough  blood, or when their blood is weak  and watery, the doctors name the  trouble anaemia. Bloodlessness is the  direct cause of many common diseases, such as indigestion, palpitation  of the heart, debility, decline, neuralgia, nervousness, rheumatism and  consumption. The surest signs of  poor blood are paleness, bluish lips,  cold hands and feet, general weakness,  low spirits and headaches and backaches. If anaemia is not. checked in  time it will probably develop into  consumption. There i.s one certain  cure for anaemia���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. These pills actually make new,  rich, red blood, which fills the veins  and brings new life, new energy, and  good health to bloodless people. In  proof of this Miss Mnbol Clendenning,  Niagara Falls, Out., says: "For two  years I suffered from anaemia, f was  weak, thin, and had no appetite; I  sometimes had distressing headaches  and felt low-spirited. My heart would  palpitate violently; 1 could do no  work around the house; I became  very pale and my nerves cot unstrung.  The efforts of two good doctors failed  to help me, I was in such a pitiful  state. One d.-iv u friend urged me to  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I did  so. Soon I saw the pills were helping me and by the t;me I had taken  nine boxes [ was completely cured.  I had a good appetite, gained in  weight, I hadn't an ache or pain,  could sleep well, and I am in better  health now than I ever was. I cannot speak too highly of what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done for me."  What Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  done for Miss Clendenning they have  done for thousands���������they will "do for  you. But you must get the genuine  with the full name "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People" on the  wrapper around "every box. If your  dealer has not got the genuine "pills  you can get them at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Condemned     For     Inefficiency  Hampered   in  Their   Work  By  Legislation  (Montreal GazeUe)  The railways are undergoing  soriiewhat aggravated form their annual condemnation because the' temporary demand for���������cars is'' greater  than their-equipment enables them  to meet. The situation is not new,  nor is anything notably new being  stiid about it. it extends to the1- United States and to the best equipped  roads there -as well as to roads in  Canada, it was only a few. days ago  that lines between New York and  Buffalo had to announce they could  make no more contracts for the carriage of grain over their tracks till  those they were engaged on had been  fulfilled. In both"countries there is,  however, a disposition to take hold  of minor incidents, to magnify them,  to represent them as indicating the  general situation, and lo hold the  railways up to condemnation as being  inefficiently equipped arid inefficiently managed by men who have no' regard either ior those who stand ��������� to  the road in the relation of customers  or for the general interest of the  country. To answer such extreme  talk it should only be necessary to  point to the work the railways have  done turd are doing, to the immense  traliic they carry at about the lowest  rates prevailing in the world,and to  their constant expenditures, not alone  on new rolling stock, but on terminals, warehouses, and all that is requisite to thc effective and cheap  transport of passengers and freight.  In the case of tlie two leading Canadian railways, the Grand Trunk nnd  Canadian Pacific, there was un addition to the rolling'stock between July  190G, and July, 1907, of 8,880 freight  cars. 'This represented an increase  in car equipment much beyond the  increase in mileage- of the roads.  Most of it was designated to meet the  requirements of the increasing traffic  that was expected. The records show  the roads are carrying more traffic  than they ever did before, though  their profit is-not proportionately increasing. If in spite of this expenditure and this increased business,  there are at times and places delays  in the supply of cars, it is for the  well understood reason that it is not  commercially practicable to keep a  railway equipped with sufficient rolling stock to meet at once the maximum demand of the season of greatest  traffic, particularly when, as often  happens, the movement of the freight  offered is largely in one direction.  This is recognized by all who give  study to the question, and by railway commissioners, amongst others,  when they are composed of men of  practical knowledge and with a sense  of responsibility resting upon themw  Railways may not be expected to  perform either physical or commercial impossibilities. In this connection, also, it may be pointed out that  while railways on this continent 'are  being condemned for not providing  greater" means for doing their work,  they are at the same time being hampered by legislation and legal orders,  sometimes to the extent of reducing  their credit. No one can or should  condemn the law that requires railways to treat all who come to them  with business on the same footing as  regards rates, promptness and efficiency of service, etc. When, on the  plea of serving the public, however,  attempts are made to reduce their  rates below a reasonable remunerative standard, harm is done, not only to those who have invested money  in building railways, trusting in the  public faith to be able to operate  them under fair business conditions,  but also io the communities which  the railways serve.  .���������._-��������� -  1 I  Y TROUBLES  THE LIVER  Gases Which  Led to ihe Discovery of  That Great Hieriioine,  DR. CHASE'S KI9NEY-LIVER SKILLS  .IVfcJI    UIIU    UUIVt'l    uiouiucin,    u.m.1    Jt    *>���������������.  .vorking on this jdea that led to the  liscovery   of   Dr. -Chase's   Kidney-Li-  In his study of kidney disease, Dr.  Chase found that fully 00 per cent, of  the cases arose as a direct result-of  liver'and bowel disorders, and itwas  wo  d  ver Pills.  Through overeating, irregular meals  or food that does.not agree, the liver  is'deranged, poisonous-bile is left iii  the blood, and: the digestive system  is upset.. Headaches, biliousness,  pains in back and limbs, ill temper,  and general out-of-sort-feelings result.  These are among the symptoms of  liver complaint, but during such attacks the kidneys are overworked and  after a while thore'is pain and smarting when passing water, the-urine  is highly colored and contains deposits, the pains in the back become  more severe, you have .rheumatic  pains it may be, and are gradually  falling a victim of Bright's disease  of the kidneys.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  were prepared for the express purpose of effecting cure in every stage  of such cases. They enliven the liver,  regulate the action of the bowels and  invigorate  the  kidneys.  In this regatd they are entirely different to any treatment you ever ilsod  and  arc  successful    in    complicated  cases in" which ordinary kidney medicines have'little oi- no effect. There  are people' in'every neighborhood in  Canada ready to certify, to. this  statement.  Mrs. A. R. Price, Nose Creek, Calgary, Alta., writes :���������  '-'l' write to tell you how highly we  think of Dr. " Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills, for they are unsurpassed for  torpid liver, constipation and kidney  troubles. My husband' derived great)  benefit froni Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver' Pills a couple of years ago when  he-was feeling depressed and regularly out of sorts. , His eyesight- was  failing and the lamplight hurt his  eyes so' he could not read at all and  he had made up his mind to see an  oculist. -  "I advised him to try Dr./ Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills, thinking he was  suffering from ' torpid, liver. Ho did  so'and'after using less than two boxes  his eyesight entirely returned ;iind  he felt quite well again. We would  never be without these ��������� pills in the  house and 1 cannot speak too-highly  of them."  . Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill aldose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Kdnmnson, Bates & Co., T',-  ronto.  To-  Alexandra's   Wedding"  Dress  The wedding dress of lilac poplin  worn by Queen tAlexnndrri on the occasion of her marriage, forty-four  years ago, and in which she first Won  the hearts of her future subjects, is  still carefully preserved by Her Majesty. ' The dress was chosen in compliment to Queen Victoria, who nl-  wavs had a fondness for lilac.-*.  Sometimes a man does it because  he knows it is all right to bring an  unexpected guest home to dinner,  but mostly it is just a bluff.  office  Amelia���������Herbert,   dear,   your  is o'n Orange Street, isn't it ?  Herbert���������Yes; why ?  Amelia���������Tit'at's what I told papa.  He made such a funny mistake about  you the other day. He said he'd b:en  looking you up in Brad street.���������Chicago Tribune.  Headed  Him GIT.'  "My wife," begun Hicks, "dropped-In  to see me at the office today and"��������� ''  ���������"Sorry, old man." Interrupted Wicks,'  "but my wife held me up before 1 left  home; I can't lend you a cent."  Destitute.  Hungry Hank���������I feel sorry fer de  lady wot lives in dat mansion ou de  hill. Rhe is absolutely destitute. Sauntering Saul���������Destitute?. Hungry Hank  -Yes.. Destitute uv generosity.���������Exchange.  The Whole Show.  Visitor���������And what Is the special distinction of  this  theater?    Actor���������1.  A little neglect may breed great mischief.���������Chesterfield.  SQUARED  ACCOUNTS.  Also  American ladies, when in England,  are the occasion of many jokes, good,  bad, and indifferent. Here is a recent one, which has for its scene the  magnificence of  Windsor Castle:  Fair American���������Butler, any chance  to get a glimpse of the Queen?*  Gentleman addressed���������I am not the  butler; I am the Prince of Wales.  F. A.���������How lucky! is your mother  in?���������Tid-Bits.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  The Lady In the Moon.  An amateur astronomer writes of the  "lady In the moon:" "It Is a very beautiful face seen in profile and uplifted,  as thougu In proud disdain of things  terrestrial. Tlie curve of the throat Is  exquisite, and indeed the entire outline  Is rnarvelously lifelike. Tho moon  lady may best be observed through a  small opera glass when our sntellite ia  at half. At that lime the tip of the  chin about touches the terminator���������  that Is, the dividing line between the  light nnd dark portions of the lunar  surface. Most people can recognize  the man In the moon. Well, the hair  of the lady, In which I can always fun-  cy I .vee a spray of orange blossom,  forms the iiian'g left eye, the nose nnd  mouth his nose, and the chin aud  throat the man's mouth."  Jftiiilitf  of   the  ���������for ad-  ���������Whai  .   'Don't  Til fix  Won- a   Reputation   and   Saved  Himself Further Trouble.  Press agents, like other individuals,  bave their troubles, but there Is one iu  Philadelphia who has fewer of them  than the ordinary mau. Asked one day-  how be managed so well to get along  with everybody, he explained:  "Well, I won a reputation. You see.  when a press agent is able to give j*  man heart disease from which he actually dies his troubles cease If person^  have a proper regard for their-lives. I  was tbe press agent for a German  singing fest. I naturally used the German papers.  "There was one editor who had the  Idea that he wasn't getting all that  was due. Nevertheless he published  column after column of type and pictures^  "Afterward   the   managers  show received a bill for'$820  yertislng.'  They were in a rage,  shall we do?" they demanded  get excited,' I cautioned 'em.  that all right'  "I went to the office of a friend, and.  going to the type cases, I stuck the  finest billhead you ever laid eyes on. 1  printed It In two Inks. It read, The  Two Continents Engraving Company;  John Smith, manager.' Next 1 wrote  this account, 'To Peter Jacob Schmid-  thelser, Dr., to cuts for German festival, $890.'  "When Schmldthelser received the  bill he fainted. He revived and sent  for me.  " 'For vot Is It you scharge me fer  der cuts vot I could puy fer 40 cents  ablece, yet?' he demanded."  '"That's all right, old man,' I assured him. 'You might buy those cuts  from anybody else for 40 cents apiece,  hut not of me.'  "He refused to pay the bill, but not  long afterward he was stricken wltb  heart disease and died. His executors  found the bill, with its balance of $70  In my favor. They asked me what I'd  take to settle, and I told them $50.  They paid It cheerfully,.and since then  1 haven't hud auy trouble."  SHILOH'S SjSB'CURE  Get a bottle to-day from your druggist.    If  it doesn't cure yoti quicker than -anything  s you ever tried he'll give you your money back  Shiloh's is the best, safest, surest and quickest medicine for your children's coughs  and colds. ' It has been curing- coughs  an 1  colds for 34 years.   All druggists���������  25C-i 5������c-i and $1.00 a bottle. ~"  too  __-___m~asri  For outdoor work,  for every day wear,  for walking and  driving, Elmira Felt  Shoes are the warm-  Sold by ���������       ,     ,.    ,  Leading est, easiest, lightest  Dealers   and    m0st   COlllfort-  34  able of all footwear.  The trade mark, shown above,  is on the sole of every genuine  Elmira Felt Shoe and Slipper.  Look for it whenever you buy.  horse  is a dead loss.  It costs u much to keep a lame horse,  as it does a horse in harness ���������' and the  cripple brings nothing in.   You can't afford  to support idle stock.   That's why you can't  afford to be without        ' :  Kendall's Spavin Cure  It takes away the pain and stiffness from Sprains and Bruises���������draws  the soreness out of Strained Muscles and Tendons���������CURES Spavins,  Soft Bunches and Swellings.   Used for two generations by two nations.  Katkine Station, Ont., Dec. 15, '<H.'^  "1 hare use Kendall's Spavin Cure for a Bone Spavin of i year*  standing, which has entirely cured the lameness and greatly reduced  the swelling.   Another bottle of the Spavin Cure, 1 am sure, wllf  complete the cure." HOWARD BROCK.  Vl.OO a bottle or 8 forf5. (Sold by dealers everywhere. Write for free copy of our  famous book���������"Treatise On The Horse."   You will find a need for it every day.  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., ENOSBURQ FALLS. VERMONT, U.S.A.        20  __________  KING  OF   THE   ROAD  mm  .-6  W.   N.   U.   No,   flCG,  Mi ingenious hatter of Paris "on re  constructed 11 house of felt made out  of 2-1,000 old huts. This house consisted of parlor, dining room and bedroom, ulsc u kitchen.  Genuine.  A woman went to rt fancier's to purchase a bird. Sho was in search of a  good Hlnger. nnd Beveral were recommended to her.  "nut." she Haiti, "they Bcem to be  marked very Btmugcly. Are they pure  carrarleH?"  "Pure!" cried the proprietor of the  mop. "Pure! Why, ma'am, they're as  pure as they make 'em. I raised them  'ere birds from cauary seed."���������Philadelphia Ledger,  THE  L.906N!  on  the ticket  before  you   pay your  money. . /  If the Lion is there, you can be  sure you have purchased a garment  full of satisfaction and long wear.  TRADE  SUPPLIED BY  R. J. WHflTLA & CO.,  WINNIPEG  Sipals of Distress'  Backache and headache���������'  swollen hands and feet���������  constant desire to urinate���������  shooting pains through hips  ���������painful joints���������Rheumatism���������all of these are  nature's calls for help. They  :mean kidney trouble. It  may be that the kidneys are  weak, strained or diseased.  Don't delay. r..-  TAKE GIN PILLS  They give stitngth to -weak kidneys  ���������ht'J the affected parts���������neutralize  uric acid���������soothe the irritated bladder  ��������� and cure every trace of kidney  . trouble. Gin Pills are sold on a positive  guarantee to coinr Ictely cure or money  refunded. 50c. a box���������6 for {Jz.50,  Sent on receipt of price if your dealer  docs not bundle them. too  DOLE DRUG CO., WINNIPEG, Mam,  l  V Wr  w  %  &������������������.  P  ^  Ul  ������   l  /  IHE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ABUSE ��������� GRAIN  "ACT CAUSES BELAY  160 Cars  Required   Now -to  Do  Work  Formerly Accomplished  With  ,      One Hundred  (From the Free Press)  The practical working under present  conditions-of. the clauses of the Manitoba grain act regulating the distribution of cars was "frankly discussed with a Free Press representative by William Wliyte, second vice-  president of the,O.P.R.. Mr. Why ft  tilTiiined that abuses of the act were  seriously hampering the railway in its  efforts to move the crop expeditiously, and were, in reality, defeating  the main purposes of the law.  "The great weakness of the Manitoba grain act," said Mr. Whyte, "is  that its' framers had evidently beer,  so strongly seized with the idea of  protecting the grain growers against  the railway companies and the elevator operators, that they evidently  overlooked the rights of the latter to  be protected against the abuse of privileges by the grain growers. In any  event it is certain that no adequate  provision was made which would give  the railway companies such protection, and as the years go by the original spirit of the act, which was intended to be 'simply a check on the  elevator operators, is being more and  more abused by those it was designed to protect. From year to year the  farmer has discovered new weak spots  in its provisions of which he may  take advantage with impunity to his  own individual advantage, no doubt,'  but with equal certainly to the disadvantage of the farming community  as a whole.  Delay to Equipment.  "This season thsse abuses have  cu'minated in such a serious delay  to railway equipment that its evil  effects are apparent to all, so much so  that at one or two points the citizens  and farmers have combined in requesting tlie warehouse commissioner,  if pospible, to suspend the grain act  tempore;ily to allow elevators to get  a larger percentage of the cars, so  that they may be enabled to get  their grain out more promptly.  "When it is pointed out -that during the season of 1905 the Canadian  Pacific was able to get 82 per cent,  of the cars available at grain stations  loaded per day,: for the season of 19Qj>  this had dropped to 63 per cent.,'and  that this season we will average under 50 per cent, of available cars  loaded per'day, trie evil is apparent.  In other words, it is evident from the  above figures that it is taking, this  season, 160 cars to get the same re-1  suit that 100 accomplished two years'  ago. This downward, tendency can  be ascribed to no other cause than  to the working of the act. ���������  "Innumerable    examples     of    the  mediately goes to the railway station  and puts down his name for a car  for this date. He may not thresh for  weeks, in the meantime, however, he  will probably go to the railway station, find that the car has been allotted to him and after heing held for  tlie required length of time, his application cancelled. He immediately  puts .down his name for another car.  This performance may be legally re-  'peated an indefinite number of ti.mes  and .the railway company hiis absolutely no redress. There are cases on  record where one car has -been thus  placed and cancelled for different applicants ten and twelve times.  Has Not Attained  Object  "Probably the most regrettable iea-  ture of the whole thhig "is that the  Grain act does not effect the.main  purpose for which it was brought  into existence, that is to protect the  farmer by giving him the*alterirative  ���������)f shipping his own grain direct in  ^ases where it might be considered/  tlie elevator operators were making  an unreasonable spread between street  ind track prices: Tlie restrictions of  the Grain act, which put an elevator  Dn the same footing as the individual  iarrner, compels the elevator . companies to rrinke the spread more pro-  'lounced, and where in former'years  before the net came into force there  was very .little difference between  track and street prices until-the close  of navigation was approaching, now  the spread is a permanent feature,  -is the elevator companies have no  juarantee that they will be able to  ���������ret out their first week's" receipts before the close of navigation. The  bona-fide farmer," on the other hand,  'hiding the order book plugged with  ���������lames and his chances 'of getting n  ?nr in the immediate future very  dim, and being pressed for ready  iftsh to pay his threshing bill, help,  ������������������to., is in many cases compelled to  toll his grain to the elevators'; and is  -iompelled to take a greatly reduced  orice bv reason-* of conditions which  the working out of the Grain act has  created.  The   Solution  "Tt is becoming more and more  evident that the solution of the situation will lie along the lines of more  lonmlete government control and regulation of elevator operations, a  -pstricted privilege of direct, loading  where the spread in prices exceeds  ���������H certain mark, and where direct  loading is resorted to some guarantee obtained from the applicants that  they will not abuse tlie privilege.  This latter object is to,be'accomp'ish-  ���������>d bv having each applicant deposit  -.ay two dollars with the agent at the  time of application, said sum to be  ������������������efunded if car is loaded when allotted, or application cancelled previous  to arrival of the car."  TEiiSTOMNTO PEOPLE  HOW   TO   PREPARE   A   MIXTURE  TO CURE   RHEUMATISM'  of  This Town    Also  Has   Its  Share  Dread Disease Which  Is Said  To Yield' to Home Recipe  To relieve the .-worst forms of Rheu-  matism, take a teaspoonful of the  rollowing mixture after each, meal and  at bedtime:  Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three  ounces.  These harmless ingredients can be  obtained from our home druggists,  and are easily.mixed by shaking them  well in a bottle. Relief is" generally  relt from the first few doses.  This prescription, states a well-  known authority in a Toronto morning paper, forces the clogged-up, in-  ictive kidneys to' filter and strain  trom the blood ^ the poisonous waste  matter and ur'c acid, which causes  Rheumatism.  As Rheumatism is not or\ly the most  pamful and torturous disease, but  dangerous to life, this simple recipe  will no doubt be great'v valued by  many sufferers"here at home, who'  mould at once prepare the mixture  to get this relief.  It is said that a person who  would take this prescription regularly, a dose or two daily, or even a  few times a week, would rrever have  lenous Kidney or Urinary disorders!  or Rheumatism.  Cut this out and preserve it. Good  Rheumatism .prescriptions which' really relieve are scarce indeed, and when  'ou need it, you want it badly. Our  druggists here, say they will either  supply these ingredients or make the  lnxture ready to take, if anv of our  readers so prefer.  '"Why are you raising the price of  milk two cents?" asked the housewife;  trimly.  "Well, you know," ' returned tlie,  milkman, "winter is coming on, and���������-  "Oh, I see,'' resumed the woman,  not softening in manner, "the water  will be needed for making ice."���������  Philadelphia  Ledger.  gross abuse of the - act, or more properly speaking, of the working of the  act,   for   it   provides   no   restrictions  that will prevent these abuses, might  be given, two or three examples will  serve to illustrate,  however.  Flood  of  Bogus  Orders  "At one   town   in   Saskatchewan,"  continued    Mr.  Whyte,     "something  over 800 applications had been made  for cars.   It was known by all that a  large  percentage of  the  names  were  fictitious,   in   fact,   it  was    common  talk   that  the  order  book   contained  the names of most of the school children in the district.    The agent, in  conformity with  the  grain  act,   was  compelled to wade through  this sea  ���������   of names, getting a proportion of the  cars loaded, but in many cases placing the cars uselessly, only to cancel  the order after the car had been held  the  required  length  of time.    Every  such" case, needless to say, costs the  railway ^company money.    The situation finally became so acute that the  . warehouse   commissioner   was   asked  to investigate the matter by one or  two bona fide applicants.   He did so  and many of the names which had  been  used  to  'pad'  the   order  book  were cancelled.    No prosecution followed, however, as the practice. Was  so widespread it would have involved  the   whole  community.    In   fact,   it  seemed to be the feeling that if the  case had to  come  before  a jury  at  that point there would not be found  enough men  therilselves innocent -of  the practice to try the case.  A   Dishonest   Practice  "At another point within  the last  few days a car was allotted and placed at the loading, platform,    The applicant on being advised in the usual  way that the car had been placed for  him, threw'one. sack of grain into the  car, thus complying -with that clause  of the act which requires that applicant must declare his -intention and  ability to load his car and must commence to load within 24 hours.   The  placing of the sack of grain in the  car applicant claimed was 'commencing to load.' The "car was not completed until six days later.   The above  is a common practice and many instances could be cited.  "The grain producing area west of  Winnipeg is covered by four superintendents' districts. A check made  within the last few days of one of  these districts only, showed that on  one day's reports a total of twenty-  two cars had been delayed in loading  from two to six days. When it is considered that the same thing is happening daily on each of the other four  districts, the delay to a railway company's rolling stock from this source  must be appreciated.  "Again "when the farmer has cut  his crop," continued Mr. Whyte, "he  figures that he will probably start to  thresh at a certain date and he im-  WESTERN  EXCURSIONS  A splendid opportunity is being afforded those wishing to take a trip to  the Coast cities during the winter  months. A reduced rate of single  fare, plus $2.00, for the round'trip, is  being offered by the Canadian Pacific railway company. Round trip  tickets may be purchased from all  stations in Ontario west of Port Arthur, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and  Alberta, to Vancouver, Victoria and  Westminster, also to Okanagan Val-  lev and Kootenav points.. Tickets on  sale December 2," 3, 4, 17, i8, 19, 1907.  "January 4, 5, 6, 22, 23, and 24, good to  return within three months. Full  information can be- had by applying  to any C.P.R. agent.-  Freddie���������Say, maw, paw don't know  everything, does he?  Maw���������How do you know?  Freddie���������He said the piece of pie I  had for dinner today was enough, and  it wasn't at all.���������Pittsburg Leader.  Often what appear to be the most  trivial occurrences of life prove to be  the most mementous. Many are disposed to regard a cold as a slight  thing, deserving . of little consideration, and this neglect often results  in most serious ailments, entailing years of suffering.' Drive out  colds and coughs with Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup, the recognized  remedy for all affections of the throat  and lungs.  There Is Only One Eclectric Oil.���������  When an' article, be it medicine or  anything else; becomes popular, imitations invariably spring up to derive  advantages from the original; which  they themselves could never win on  their own merits. Imitations of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil have been numerous, but never successful. Those  who know the genuine are not put'off  with a substitute, but demand the  real thing.  Mrs.' Coburgger���������It isn't right' to  charge Freddie with taking that money out of your pocket. Why don't  you accuse me ?  Coburgger���������Because it wasn't all  taken.���������Harper's  Weekly. "  BABY SMILES  One mother happily expressed her  oninion of Baby's Own Tablets when  ���������die said "there's a smile in every  dose." In homes where the Tablets  ire used there are no cross, fretful,  sickly children. The Tablets make  children,well and keep them well.  Thev cure indigestion, colic consti-  oation. diarrhoea, teething troubles,  and all the other minor ailments  of childhood. They can be given with  absolute safety to the new born child,  for the mother has the guarantee of  i government analyst that the Tablets do not contain one particle of  opiate or poisonous soothing stuff.  Tsn't such a guarantee worth something to you, mother? The Tablets  *ire sold bv all medicine dealers or"  may be had from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine .Co., Brockville, Ont., at  25 cents a box. ,  Silent anguish is never happy unless somebody hears about it.  Mrs. Bovenden Blunt���������But why did  you leave your last place?  Applicant���������������������������I couldn't stand the -way  the mistress and master used to quarrel, mum.  "Dear me! Did they quarrel much,  then ?"  "Yes; mum; when it wasn't me an'  'im, it was me an' 'er."���������Tid-Bits.  Minard's  Liniment  Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last winter I received  great benefit from the use of'MINARD'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of La Grippe, and I have frequently  proved'it to be very effective in cases  S of inflammation.  Yours.  W. A. HUTCHINSON.  CAW WOMEN BE ANGELS?  Ministers  Raise Flutter  In Feminine  Circles by Saying No,  "Women are just as eligible as men  ���������oi harps,- halos and wings. In other  words, they can become angels. Not  only so, but many of them are already angels, right here in Chicago,  and the angelic feminine hosts may be  seen on" State street any afternoon."  Such were the views voiced recently by Chicago club women in commenting on the Methodist meeting at  Chester Heights, Pa., at which several ministers argued that there could  bj no female- angels, The reason advanced was thaf, there was no record  of any angels of the female sex and  therefore such angels did not exist.  Emphatic exception was taken to  this position by Chicago women. It  was pointed out that angels probably  are chosen for their good works, and  that, if this be the test of eligibility,  women have quite as good a chance  as men lor the angel choir.  The first club woman who laughed  to scorn the suggestion from Chester  Heights was Mrs. William F. Grower,  corresponding secretary of the Chicago Woman's Club.  "The idea that women connot be  angels i.s quite ridiculous," declared  Mrs. Grower. "The proof is that wo-  - men are angels now���������I mean tlie majority of them��������� aiid they undoubtedly  will go on being angels forever. Here  in Chicago and all over the country  are plenty of women who' are angels  ���������all the men have to do is to use  their eyes and brains to see that. I  don't think the sex, therefore, need  have any cause for worry over the  news from 'Pennsylvania."  Mrs. John Worthy, chairman of the  art and literature department of the  Chicago Woman's Club, also rallied  to the support of her,sex,  "It may bu* that no record exists  of female angels," said she, "but that  i? no proof .that female angels do  not exist.  ."I don't know whether any people  at all will become angels, but if we-  are. to do so thpn I-am sure women  have quite as good -an opportunity a*  men. There certainly will be n lurpi-  representation of women among tin*  angels. T do'not make any claims as  .to which sex will be in the,majority,  but sonif* women will be there with  out doubt ,   ' **  "It should not be forgotten that  there are plenty of records of female  saints, even if records as to female  angels are lacking. Besides that, many  women "are saints even on oiirfh today. I believe it would be found that  the men at Chester Heights who argued that women could not be angels  were elderly. If young men were  asked, they, unquestionably would insist that women can be an<r:-ls. and  some of them doubtless would declare  that women have so many angelic  qualities that a very slight motamor-  prWjs would b������ necessary to transform thern to full-fledged angels."  BABIES AS BAIT.  Stories Told by Sailors on Their  Return From Ceylon.  "Wot do ye think," said the sailor,  "of usin' live babies for bait? We  done it in Ceylon."  "Babies for- bait? Fishing foi  shark?"    *  "No; crocodile. Baby bait is the  ciily thing for crocodile, and everybody uses it. Ye rent a bn by down  there for half a dollar a day.  "Of course," the sailor went on  "the thing ain't as cruel as it sounds.  No harm ever comes to the babies, or  else, o' course,, their -mothers would  n't rent 'em. The kids is simply sol  on the soft mud bank of a eioeodile  stream, and the hunter lays hid near  them, a sure perfection.  "The crocodile is lazy. He basks  i:i the sun in midstream.: Nothing  will draw him in to shore, where ye  can pot him. But set a little fat  naked baby on the bank, and the.crocodile soon rouses up. In he comes,  a greedy look in his dull eyes, and  then ye open fire.  "I have got as many as four crocodiles with one baby in a'"morning's  fishin'. Some Cingalese women wot  lives near good crocodile streams make  a- much as* $2 a  week reg'lnr out o'  --���������������:������'   lkAr������ U���������k,'^-.   fny.  nrr\nr\A'Act  hill   '*  Light, and   Plant  Growth  An electrical engineer in a lecture  recently delivered in London told of  the results of the use of arc lights in  the propagation -of plants. ���������. By the  employment of artificial light there  had been- an increase in cucumbers  of 17 per cent., in strawberries of 36  and 37 per cent., in potatoes of 50 per  cent., in beets of 35 per cent., with a  definite increase in the proportion of  sugar; in oats of 40.7 per cent., and  in rye of 19.5 per cent. Fruit assisted by the light system was perfect in  every way, the speaker reported.  1 Mrs. Newlywed���������Doctor, that bottle  of medicine you left for baby is all  gone.  Doctor���������Impossible! I told you to  give him a teaspoonful once an hour.  Mrs. Newlywed���������Yes, but John and  I and mother and' the nurse have  each to take a spoonful, too, in order  to induce baby to take it.���������Democratic Telegram.  ST IT AS YOU  Minard's  theria.  Liniment\] Cures    Diph  GREEN TEA  is Guaranteed foiise Absolutely Pur������������ and of  AT ALL GROCERS  LEAD PACKETS ftNF Y Blue Label 40c-* Red Lab������'60*.  i^avxAWIuaj VHLJ     And Gold Label 60c. per lb.  FOREST RESERVE POLICY  "Isn't  the  absurd  supposed  to  be  laughable?"  ,   "That's my idea."  "Well, Roosevelt says the present  stringency is absurd. Now laugh."���������  Philadelphia Ledger.  The Demon Dyspepsia.��������� In olden  times it was a popular belief that  demons moved invisibly 'through the  ambient air, seeking to enter into men  and trouble them. At the present day  the demon, dyspepsia, is at large in  same way, seeking habitation in  those who by careless or unwise living invite him. And once he enters  n"man's life it is difficult to dislodge  him. He that finds himself so possessed should know that a .valiant  friend to do battle for him with the  unseen foe is Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills, which are ever ready for the  trial.  Well,  "Back   from  your  trip,  eh?  how did you find-New York?"  "Why. you can't miss it it" you take  'he right train."���������Cleveland^Leader.  HANDS TERRIBLY CRACKED  Mrs. Yellen of Portland says; "My  hands were so sore and cracked that.  I could not put them near water. I  seemed quite unable to get relief from  anything I put on them until 1 tried  Zam-Buk. It closed the' big cracks,  gave me ease, and in a very short  time  healed  my  hands  completely."  Zam-Buk heals all skin injuries and  diseases. Of all stores and druggists  at 50 cents, or from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.   3 boxes for $1.25.  He���������Have you ever really hated a  man ?  Shev���������Once. I tried foi- a week to  make him propose, and he wouldn't.  He was just horrid!���������London Opinion.  In Nature's Storehouse There Are  Cures:��������� Medical experiments huve  shown conclusively that there are  medicinal virtues in even ordinary  plants growing up around us which  give them a value that cannot be estimated. It is held by some that Nature provides a cure for every disease  which neglect and ignorance have  visited upon man. However this maybe, it is well known that Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, distilled from roots  and herbs, are a sovereign remedy in  curing all disorders of tlie digestion.  ENGLISH 8PAVIN LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft or callouBcd lumps and  blemishes from horses, blood spavin,  curba, splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles,  sprains, sore and swollen throat, conccha,  etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle, warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure  ever known.  Doct  or  No sense in running from one  doctor to another. Select the  best one, then stand by him.  Do not delay, but consult him  in time when you are sick.  Ask his o p i n 1 o n of Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral for coughs  and colds. Then use it or  not, Just as he says.  W������ publish our formula*  JW* lanlak ������l#ohol  _ _ from wix m������dicln������i  Wo *��������������� jraa to  oonjult jroar  4 oo tor  iers  "Pardon me, but could I see the  thief that was arrested last night?"  a man asked the sergeant.  "Really, sir, you cannot;what communication would you like to make  to him?"  Oh, nothing; it was only that,as it  was my house he'robbed, I wanted to  ask him how he managed to enter-  without waking my wife. When I  come home late at night I never.succeed in doing so."���������II Motto per  Ridere.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Always kep t box of Ayer'a PUIt in the  bouie. Just one pill at bedtime, now and  then, w II w������rd off man*/ an attack of  biUousnlss, Indigestion, sick headache.  How mi/ny years has your doctor known  these pills? Ask him all about them.  ������������������������K*l������ ky Uu /. C, A/tr Oo., bewail. Mm-..,  Poor Molly!  Not long ago a woman appeared at  the office of the claims agent of an  Arkansas railroad.  "Yo' steam kars Is done kilt my mule  Molly!" she announced tragically.  "Well, madam, if It was tbe fault of  the company yotr will be recompensed,  you may rest assured," the agent saI4  soothingly. "What were the circumstances, and what wus tbe mule  worth?"  "Molly War tho best mole Ah over  seed." the woman mild, wiping her  ���������yes with a bonnet string. "Ah dont*  plowed that mult* for seven years, un'  tlinr waru't nothln' tlie mutter with  her, 'c-cptln' she wus kinder lame In  her ulgh hind lalg nn' blind in one eye,  Ah give $-10 nn' two tx>di|ullts nn'  three irecks of dried peaches for ber.,  tin' sho was us good us the day Ah got  tier."  "Where was the mule killed?" the  igeutasked.  "Hit w������ir at the crossln'. an* yo! fast  mall train Jest knocked her plumb over  the fence an' Inter u gully."  "Tin.' mule strayed upon the track. I  presume?"  Thc woman looked at him Iudlgnnnt  ly. ���������'  "Oh, no! Molly never would V been  fool enough to walk In front of a train.  My old man wus rldlu' her," she said.  "Do yo' think yo' kin 'low me S-10 fer  hort"���������Harper's Weekly.  Two country women, mother nnd  daughter.were at the circus for the  first time. They were greatly taken  with the menagerie. At last they came  to the hippopotamus and stood for  several minutes transfixed In silent  wonder. Then the mother turned t������  ber daughter and said slowly and solemnly: "My!   Aln't-he���������plalfr?"  The Modern Turkish Woman.  The modern Turkish woman receives  a far better education than many of  her western sisters. When tbe latter la  busy visiting, going to concerts or  even Indulging In sports thc oriental  within the burred windows of her  harem follows these movements In  spirit. With a knowledge of seven languages, three oriental and four European, foreign governesses nnd as many  books us she requires little escupes ber  attention.���������London StXPUd.    . . ..  rentin' their babies for crocodile b^it.  Ocean   Treasure.  -It is reported that visitors and natives of Mundesley-on-Sea are picking  up on the foreshore coins of gold and  silver said to be washed ashore from  long sunken wrecks. But Norfolk has  no  monopoly  of  these  crumbs  from  )avy Jones' locke'r. They say thai  ���������<fter westerly gales you may pick up  ild gold coins on- the Gunfleet. off  :he Essex coast.' samples of. half a  million others, whiph went to the bottom of the sea'.in a Dutch vessel, thf  Vrowve Poldet^ when the eighteenth  century wns an infant. On thr  beaches near Flamborough Head simi  lar treasure has been picked up (toe,  rarely, it is admitted), part of a reputed three millions in gold carried  by the good ship Czarina, when she  struck on Filey Brig and foundered  with all hands, while many a silver  bar has enriched its lucky finder, according to report, on Chesil Beach,  nt-ar Portland, the,, too miserly tribute of a Dutch treasure ship which  is said to have. $6,500,000 worth .of  similar treasure still in her nold.  "It seems that Spawnger's acquaintances are all very shrewd people."  "Did he tell you that?"  "Practically. He announced the  other day that he doesn't owe anybody  a dollar."���������Philadelphia Press.  There is more Catarrh In this ���������������������������������������- of  the, country than all ..titer di^nnefi put  together, and until the last few years  was supposed to be incurable. For a great  many y.-ars doctors pronounced it a local,  disease anl prescribed local remedies, and  by constantly failing to cure with local  .treatment, pronounced it incurable  Science has proven catarrh -to h-- - con  Btitutional disease and therefore requires  constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh  Cure, manufacured by F. J. Cheney A  Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It if *~Vpn  internally in doses from ten drops to a  teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system. The;  offer one hundred dollars for any case  it fails to cure. Send for circulars and  testimonials.  Address: F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, 0  Sold by Druggists. 75o.  Take  Hall's  Family  Fills  for constipation.  St. George's  Baking Powder  ���������the baking powder that makes  the beat Dread���������the whitest Biscuits  ���������the lightest Coke and Paatry���������  you ever saw."  "Order a can NOW���������so you will  be sure to have ST. GEORGE'S  for your next baking." ���������������  Write/erfrte tefy ef our ntw Cook-Booh.  National Drug & Chemical Co. of  Canada limited, Moutrcal.       i������  The King^and Ireland.  "Bystander" iii Weekly Sun: The  King, whose birthday is at hand, has  ������. special claim to gratitude for his  attention to Ireland. Had his predecessors done the same, had they  visited Ireland, made it their residence during parts of the year, and  cultivated the affection of a people  eminently open to, personal attraction, the Irish question-would never  have got into the calamitous state  in which it now is. Before thc flying  visit of George IV., which wus rapturously welcomed, even O'Connell  taking a prominent part in the reception, thc Irish hud seen their King  only in the guise of air invader. The  lute Queen, during the greater part of  her reign, declined ' to visit Ireland  and was angry if :tlie.subject was mentioned. Ii she feared danger to her  porson, her fear was groundless. Her  son fortunately is endowed in a singular degree with the attractiveness of  manner which fits him for his beneficent part.  "Can you tell me the secret of predicting weather months ahead?"  "In confidence, yes," answered the  hoary prophet. "You guess at it. If  the guess is correct you call' the attention of people to this fact, and if  it isn't you let them forget it."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  "Have you any children?" demanded the landlord.  "Yes," replied the would-be tenant, solemnly, "six���������all in the cemetery.'"  "Better there than here," said the  landlord, consolingly; and proceeded  to execute the desired lease.  In due time the children returned  from the cemetery, whither they had  been sent to play, but it was too late  to annul the contract.���������Judge,  Furnishes  Perpetual  Supply  of Tim  ber   and   Fuel���������Conservation  of Water Supply  The setting aside of a timbered tract  of country as a forest reserve does  not mean that this tract'is to be a  sort of sacred enclosure Iwithiu whose  bounds ho tree is to be cut. On the  contrary the purpose of setting aside  the reserve is that it shall furnish a  permanent' and perpetual supply of  timber and fuel for the people de-  depending on it.  In order that tin's object may be  effected, the timbered lands must be  put under proper management. The  central idea of this management is  that the quantity of timber which  shall be allowed to be taken off the  area.in any,period shall rrot be greater than the amount of timber which  is -grown on the area during this period. This is the ideal of forest management. Needless to say, the carrying out of this idea meets with various modifications, especially when  scientific management is first introduced.  In order that this policy may be  carried out, it is necessary to know,  not only the a'ctual amount of timber  on the reserve at present, but also  the rate at which the timber is grow  ing and what amount of timber is be  ing produced. When these have been  found out, the amount of timber  which may be removed from the tract  each year may be calculated. It is  to ascertain the points referred to  that parties have been sent out each  summer since J905 by the Forestry  Branch of the Department of the Interior, in whose charge the management of the reserves lies.  The number and diameter of the  trees on the tract are arrived at by  going over a certain proportion (previously determined) of the tract,  counting the trees: thereon and measuring the diameters accurately with  "tree calipers", record of all which  is made at the time and, kept.., The  relation between the diameter and  height of the trees are also studied,  for instance,1 how high a tree four  inches in'dianieter will be. Represen-  sentative trees of each diameter  are also felled and "stem analyses"  made. From measurements taken  in these "stem analyses" it may be  determined, not only what are the  actual cubic contents of the tree at  present, but also what were the contents of the tree ten, twenty, or any  number of years ago; and from what  it has done in the past, the future  growth of the tree may be arrived at.  By subsequent calculations in the  office it may be determined w-hat is  the actual amount of~ timber (in  cords, board feet or other measurement) standing on the tract, what is  the rate of growth and what quantity of timber will grow orr the tract  in a given period.  Another object for which forest reserves are often set apart is that of  regulating water supply. It is well  known that in regions������������������ which'- have  been stripped of their timber the  streams in spring become torrents,  while during the summer the amount  of water flowing in them is much less  than it was during the periods before  the timber was removed. The value  of a supply of water, either for manufacturing purposes or for agriculture, depends on the constant flow of  the water. Obviously the easiest way  of ^keeping the flow of water constant  is to retain the forests, cutting only  the mature timber, which ought to be  removed anyway. In several of the  Dominion Forest Reserves, this question of water supply must play an  important part in, the management.  Besides these principal objects aimed at���������namely, the preserving of a  permanent timber and -fuel supply,  arrd the conservation of the water  supply, there are various other ends  to be aimed at. In some cases, for  instance, while these ^objects are the  primary ones, inhabitants of the forest region mate considerable money  from the summer visitors who come  there. But the former considerations  are usually head and shoulders above  any others that may be offered, and  must always be of prime importance  in the management of the forests.  ft  Starting Him In Business.  Bride's Father, (to his prospective  son-in-law, u young lawyer)���������I am not  going to give my daughter a caslr  dowry, but I bave some doubtful claims  for $10,000 that 1 will rnukc over to  you, und you cun sue on them.  She Was a Countess,  Stjuuggs���������Say, SqtUggs, Is there anything In the Btory that your nephew  rnurrled a countess? Squlgga-Well,  yes, I suppose there Is. The young  lady ran the addlug machine la Bughouse & Blngle'B office.  KKSNMYS  You. cannot be happy while you  have corns. Then do, not delay in  setting a bottle of Holloway's Corn  Cure. It removes all kinds of corns  without pain. Failure with it is unknown.  The Colonel���������Do  dreams?  Little Jones���������No.  ���������London Opinion.  you  believe " in  married one !  The perpetual charm  of freshness and crispness  ���������of daintiness and dcli-  ciousness ��������� is in every  box of  Mooney's  Perfection  Cream  Sodas  ���������held captive by the  air-tight, moisture-proof  packages. There is a  best in everything. In  Biscuits, it's Moonev's.  CHRISTMAS   RATES   EAST    VIA  NORTH-WESTERN   LINE   ,  Commencing Dec. 1st, and continuing to Dec. 31st, excursion tickets  will be on sale to many points in  Eastern Canada, west of Montreal, at  $40.00 for tho round trip, good for  return three months from date of sale.  Be sure to specify the North-Western  Line between Minneapolis, St. Paul,  und Chicago.  joa  "We are not In It with tho foreigner**  In food adulteration," said a chemist  "I spent my summer vacation In England and ou thc continent analyzing  cheap foods.   The things T found out!  Tbey freshen up flat beer with flsh  skins over there. They thicken cre.-im  with the brains of dead horses. Apricot marmalade Is made of carrots  sweetened with glucose. The octopus.  or devilfish, Is canned and put on the  market ns prime lobster. P-iolled potatoes are palmed off ns (ruflU-s. Choc-  olute Is adulterated with cluy."���������New  Tori Press.  Energy.  Aubrey de Vcrc, nn Irish poet and  gentleman, mentions In his "Recollections" that when ten years old be bad  a tutor who constantly Inculcated In  blru rectitude, purpose and energy.  Tho tutor's prulse of energy was expressed by tho saying:  "Thoro are three letters of more  value than nil thc rest In thc alphabet  -namely, N R..U," ���������.���������.,...  The Wrong Place  "Let's go in there and'have a  drink-."  "Not in there, my boy; the'flesh is  willing, but the spirit's weak!"���������Illustrated Bits.  Help your children to grow strong  and robust by counteracting anything  that causes ill-health. One great  cause of disease in children is worms.  Remove., tliem with Mother Grave's  Worm Exterminator,    it never fails.  Incriminating ,  Aunt���������And have you been all that  long way alone ? Niece���������Yes, auntie.  Aunt���������Then how is it that you went  cut with an umbrella and came back  with a walking stick?���������Punch.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  The  Secret  "The idea !" exclaimed Mrs. Cad;  ley. "\ wonder why that woman is,  watching me so?"  ."Probably," replied her husband,  "she's trying to find out why you are  staring at her."���������Philadelphia Press.  40 PAGE TRAP BOOK  Picture of 4C wild animals in colors,  gun and trap catalogue, price list of  raw furs, hides and skins, sent post  paid for 4c in stamps. N. W. Hide *  Fur Co.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Steel  Side-Walls  for Modern Homes  Far surpasses wood, plAiter or paper id beauty���������  marches peifectly any an scheme���������any color scheme���������  makes rhe rooms REALLY sanitary���������ffives pTotectjoa  against fire���������lhese are tome^the reasons why YOUR  house���������why any modern buiidintrany whereshould have)  P1TT4T   AH      ART  STEEL  Cost  little���������last  indefinitely.   Lei us send you th*  whole tale in print and pictures.    The book is tree. 308  The PEDLAR Peopled  O-hawa  M,���������:trral 0tu,va To-onto lonJo"Vfnuut������  Sfanfield's  Unshrinkable  ~ Underwear  fits perfectly. Every  garment is tested on  models and the exact  size determined. All  sizes from 22 to 70  inches.  3 winter weights.  Your dealer can easily get all  deiired lizes and weights, if he  ���������houJd not have them in stock. 141  INEXPENSIVE GIFTS  TO MEN  A TIE PIN always forms a pleasing  *������ and suitable gift to a man. and  especially if it be from Ryric's.  No. 30025���������Fine 14k rope (urban lie pin  with whole pearl centre, $2.75.  No. 30026���������Hit tie pin set with selected  pearls, oriental whole pearl in centre,  exeeptionaly good value at $1.80.  No. 30027���������Tic Pin, twist rope knot,  solid 14k gold, with two fine whole  pearls���������the season's newest style,  $3.50.  Sand for our Catnloeu*  Ryrie Bros.,  Limited  134-138 Yonge St.  TORONTO  W.   N.   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bettor- than other men, and- for
years Svas the idol of that city.
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the house except thc gold in
t*-e safe.
Two  weeks   in   tin's   Far-
Famed   Sanitarium,   with its
% Sulphur Baths and fLVst-class d
' v .   . 6
#  Hospital amiiigetnonls, is just S
Mexlonc   c^   TncgiliUS'S thtt P,!U,e ,u I,uil(1 "P aml <IPt |
J        .���   % a   fre.-li   start.     Partes,   82.00 ��
Hotel Lady smith, j 1	
' *-5 j't-i* day and up.
Tho  liest-appointcd workiiiifinari's j ^ Klaiular.1 Sleeping cars and
hotel   in the   city.   The finest   of j S LMrst-Class
bars. sto. ked with the best Wines, J $ TOTK 1ST SLTCKPF.KS
Liquor, rind rii'iir.--.   Lighted with ' f
1                                  ,,,,-�� en all   1 hroiigh trams.    Cor-
Kli-cti-ieity.
Hot  and   co!tl   bill lis
Kates: Board  and. Koom, fl a day j
OI.A !.(.iFSTAI)   -   -   I'MOFKI'ETOH j
respoiidenee      invited .. and
clieeifullv ariswCred.
.���  For particulars  call  on local f
ChoiCe        FrUlfrX /      agents or address
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LAF'"
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For Sale at ��H'. %V2 and $lfi
.). JIOK. U.  P. .���-, Nefmii.
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IT" Vriiiriiiivi-r
i'(.-i'    At'l'L-.
J. STEEL   j KASLO HOTEL
KASLO  B. C.
Is  n  comfortable  home  for  all
NELSON. B. C
SIWiLKAMEEN LAHD DISTRICT, |W,M' li-av'''" u,)a ,"i^
���      . I (JO(.-KLR ft PAPWORTII
l)l-.!-t:H"I'    <>>���'    VAl.K
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i-h.-r. tii-H-i- ivi-.t Z" eli.tiii', 'in':-", ,-i'iilh 1"
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li:ii,..l ii'i 1 i.-i.ii,"r, v*>~,
HAVI I) 5,1 >ll.'K TAMltl.VX.
SliLK-EEH'LAKD DISTRICT.
Hii-im*-r oi- vai i-:.
I'AKi'l .V's'l'.t'K r.ii.il Tliniiiiii- N'i-l-"l ���oiiCiiil-
.������',.I Aiitt' 'In, H. <'-. '"'' "i "*"'"  *-*��*-����--��� st.��� r,
j,|,,..|,| , !.i ;ili,i; v fur l�� nil!,-'.,'"" in i.ih-cIium-tin-
I'ulli,iviiu;- il- ..-fil-i-il l.-H'.l: f.-'.inii.-i-r-.'-lii-f .'.I n
i..,,,'   plii/ll'i'l   "I   lli-i   lliirl'i   ^''l"���,   '-..rili.l- nf lul
;':,'ii.il, tlH'iK'i-  'A'-'-t -" "���'" Im- f hori'-f; .".mil v,
i'l'i.-ilii : rli -ii--1- '-ii-1  -"' '-li-'lii-. ti��'i"'': ��"���! i'i -"
. ',',1-,*. in -ii'- |.-ilnl "I'l.'iiiiiiir-ii'-' in.-it, uii'l ��� in-
r, ;.';.,-��� 1. i.-....i.i,'.".-'"'l. ���:-
ii.,,,, 1 Mil -'Ii -In-. '>' li'iiv-mi"-!-, H"''.
TIID.MA.S SU'MtUHOU yOV^HOS.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
CO-OWNERS.
T<i Mln-i A Kin's A111liT-.11, iitnl W, T Smith.
"I- i'.iiJ' i-tliri' |)i'i.*ill nr I i-t-;n) 11.-4 to wliniii
thi-y limy Imvi- lniii.-;fc t'ii:<t tlmir liitnn^rs
III I In: ('ulllll-lill.-i iMilM-nil rlllllll. .lllllnti' in
Siiiiiinil l!iiiii|., in  Mil' riri'itiivvfiuil  iMitiliirr
j.��lvi->i >r Villi:  (H-itl-li'f. inn)   iTt:n|-ili'il III
tin- .Minim.' Krifiiri'i-i-'-* "llice nt (.Ircciiwiiu.l,
III'.:
Vim. Mini i-ii'-li '>!' .V"it. iin.- Imreliy i|f.tllii"i
lh.it I huVi! ��.-<i<..ii.|.'il Ilu- ."iiiinif llirct- liiiiiiln.'il
il'illiir lOl'iil i"i'in Iiilmr mill n-s-.-frrliiitc l'i-u�� mi
Ihe iil.uvi! iinini-il inlncrii! i-lniin in iir'im- In
In,|i| 111..--iiiiii-niirli-r tin: priii-Nloii.! (if Mi'tim,
-.'I 1,fill- MiiH-ri'l Ait: ii nil tlmt If, wllliin tin
:lny.t ri-nic tlii'ilii'i- nl'  111 i.*< ii'..tli.'i-, yim full ni-
IVfll.l'    111    I trilli:!:    V-lM.-r   fll-l.fi.Hl I'll]    III'    till'
iiriiri'iiiiil ��� x] ri" itiii-i- -Minn Ai{iii"i Audi i--i.ii
...i-v.'iil-,.livnilnll ir f.-|"..'i'ii), null W.'V. Sinllh
livi iitv-l'ivi-'lullif. (:.'.'��� "'ij���fur tin, tlirfi. yriti-4
ci.illi'i- :ln' -II-.' 'I iv i.r M;>.v, I'.i'lT, tuKiitliiT will,
nil nfiM . i.f iiilvoill.iii'-. ..mu-Int. I'i'.its in tin,
Jiil.l i-l iini irill l.i.i" inn vi.'.lnl In tliu iinil-ir-
-.l��ii.!.l. iin'h-i- ;;'->- I nf tlm .Mini.nil Act, Anu.-iiil
tii.'iil a.-i. 1:"i.
H11I1..1 nt Or.-i'iiv.-,ioil, II. (;., Hit1 lltli duy 11'
Iii curnhiir, limi'.
���M JAMK3 K. OUWNINOIIAM.
Ey this time good resolutions
are. a drug on the market.
A town is judged by strangers
from the adtls in the. local .paper.
T.v the Boundary pea, soup as a
breakfast food is not much of a
success.
QriTrc a number of people who
swore oil' paying the printer seem
to be able to keep their resolution.
Many a country editor who never
really owned SI00 cur write beautifully upon the financial  situation.
There are no old maids in Egypt.
Jf tho weather was not so warm
along the Nile what a heaven it
would be!
Ma.vy people shut all of the
fresh air out of their homes and
l hen wonder where they got that
Iired feeling.
Tiik man who gives the saw-buck
tbe marble heart generally needs
bitters to punch his appetite into ��
grasping desire.
fr tlie Orientals cannot be kept
out of this province it will soon become a land owned by a- few men
and peopled with slaves.
NV.wYokk wants cheaper money
So do we. If dollar's were sold for
ten cents we would hear no more
of this cry about money being so
scarce.
Li:.mii:itx was not a success in
Japan, lie should stay at home
and attend.to shutting papers oul
of the mail that do not suit his political friends.
Pdiii: ministers are beginning to
-���ay that it is possible to be a Christian and a Socialist at the same
lime. This appears strange, as
when on earth Christ evidently
\vas_in favor ofthe higher kinds of
Socialism.
J.v three years from now the
population of Canada will be over
nine millions. There were.100,000
immigrants last year, and the
natural increase amounts to about
three percent of the entire population.
Many years ago we commenced
agitating for the building of a mint
in Canada and now the dream is a
realization. The mint in Ottawa
made its first money last Thurs
day. Thus do all tilings come to
pass if you wait long enough.
A man in Van con var was sent
eighteen months to jail for stealing a dollar. He should have
stolen a few square miles of land
or 11 mountain of coal. Then he
might liave got off by being sent to
Ott-iw.i. The chubber has no
show in this age.
Lv the "Windermere district a
parson once lost his position because nt, trie close of his morning
sermon he announced that there
would he ii horse race in the camp
that afternoon. He was banished
from the .church for that terrible
offense.        ""__ \       '
Tin: death of J. E. Cameron.,
editor of the Hamilton Spectator,
is a deep loss to Canadian jouf-nal-
ism. As a wit and humorist he
was widely, known all over the Dominion, and we. trust he is now
with' Ariemus Ward, liood, Bill
iN'yel Jofc-h "Billings'and tho other
humorists who.- crossed the great
divide a little earlier.
Kvi;.v Italy is more liberal than
Canada. Free thought.papers are
given the privilege of using the
mails in that country. . Canada is
probably the only country in the
world that docs not permit free
thought papers to use the mails.
If the government and:its officials
were as good as they are religious,
Canada would rapidly become a
paradise.
Makk Twain has lost 832,000
by the bankruptcy of a "patent
medicine firm in which he had
stock. Mark is a man who lives
in the Stated and has hia name put
in the papers a great-deal. He has
hob-nobbed and drunk high-balls
with royalty, and his; new book
upon court pliiHler will bo mire, to
to slick. The police liavo not yet
been able to find out where he got
the 81,2,000 that ho put into the
medicine business, but ho may
havo found it during tho time tho
..    AMONG THE CURLERS.
At the curling rink in the past
week the contest, for the, Warren
lias been advancing slowly- Som*1
of the results .were unoxnenfod.
The, game between Dill a-d Johnson war more of ��, owimmincr than
a en rli ner match. There was henvv
iep during the Warren-Eisbon and
the McMvnn-.Tohnson matches. In
tbe latter eontest, both Mr. Johnson and bis mute, were nWnh.
which aepnunt** In reel y for the
score. Dill lost his first came of
tbe seaBon Mnndav eveninsr, beine
defeated bv MoCronth's rink with
A. C. Hallett as skin. The.^flit-inks. McCntcheon and McDonald,
played Monday afternoon, and resulted in a victory for the former,
throo what myght"l be termpd
"strong"'- plav.' and McCute.heon
has one of the steadiest rinks on
the ice. Another very strong rink
is Warren's. Following is the
score so far as played :    -
Hi-linn 13
Frith	
...T-
W;i rrpn       7
Birnie	
...  fi
MrCi-o.-ith    14
MoPnlclieon
... 8
McMViin II
MfcDnnalil ..
'... c<
Dill 14
.lolinsfin....
...  fl
M-Mynu    1ft
.lolin^on... .
... 3
Warren IS
I'iellOP	
...  :>
MfOntch'-o-i ....15
���McDonald ..
.   . ��� :i
Frith. ...; 1-2
Hirni c.  	
...10
MVCrcnth    ....   Ifi
1)111   	
.. 1"
McCrenth     IS
Frith	
...n
McDonald 11
Warren	
...ni
MrMvti"     0
Kislinp	
R
McCulchenn
... -i
ST.*N"ni.\"t%.
Ol'  KINKS.
,          _.
WON.
r.os-r
Frith	
      1
o
Piisllfip ._
      1
0
Warrpii	
���2
I
Ri.rnie.	
 '..      0
o
McOwith	
      a
0
McMvnn	
      3
n
McT)nii.-ilil	
       1
0
Mi'Cntchenn	
       1
Dill	
       1   *
1
2
Johnson	
      "1
Remember the dance in Iv-igles'
hall, Greenwood, every Friday
evenins?. Thc admission is 81.
and ladies free. The music is excellent, and all who enjoy the
poetry of motion should remember
the date.
Murder at Vernon.
Joe Ethier died in Vernon New
year's morning from the effects of
a. bullet fired into him by Georce
McCalla on the previous Monday
evening. The men had been drinking, and Joe being quite a rough
josheri he exasperated McCalla by
making light of Americans while
at supper in the Victoria hotel.
After supper they met in the bar-.
McCalla pulled a .'52 revolver ont
of his pocket, tho weapon accidentally exploding as he pulled it
out, and the shot flew into the ceiling. Eithers started to run for
the door, and McCalla shot him
through the right shovlder, the
bullet, breaking a rib and entering-
the lung. Ethiers was 02 and McCalla is 6(>. McCalla will probably
hang for being so foolish as to carry
a gun in such a peaceful country
as the Okanagan, and drink whiskey at the same time.
School Report for December,.
niVlSION I���j. L. WATSON-������-���������ii-
Pupilsiii'tuiilly'attendins... .. .20   ���
Averngn'daily attendance..'. '...-:  18.00
Percc.ntatre of regularity  ;v.!)3 30
Pupils present-' every session :
Olive Bunting, Willie Bryant,
Theodore Hunter* Marjorie Mc-
' Arthur. Dollie Oliver, Frances
Howe, Bertha Smith, Willie Smith,
Gordon Smith.
DIVISION   III���-C.  .M,   .MAKTIN.
Pupils kctiiuUy attending  88  '
Average, daily attendance ,2f)38
Percentage of regularity  88.88
Pupils present during every sea
sion : Ernest Anderson, Henry Anderson, Thelma Chambers. * Jean
'Crawford, Maudie Kales, Mildred
Hancock, Russell Hunter, Alice
Mason, George McDonald, Jimmy
Oliver, Hazel.Redpath, Mary Sern-
erad, Harry Archibald"1,-* Robert
Smith,'Sutherland Smith, Evnnge-
1 ilie Philips, Wortliingtou Fair."
DIVISION  II���H. (I.   MOI-'l'AT'f.
Pupils actually attending- ill
Average, daily atte.ndiini-e .'27.0(1
Percentage- oi regularity  .ST.'JO
Present at every session : Jean
Coles, Edward Crowley, Dorothy
Johnson, Judith Johnson, Gortrud��
Horton, Roy May, Anna McKen-
z.ie, Donald McAllister, Daniel Mc;
ICeo, Celia Mcintosh, Fred McDonald, Grace Redpath, Bina
Smith, Wencol Somcratl, Dick
Taylor, Tom Taylor, Jack Wilson,
Jcssio Davidson.
Mi's. David Mathison, one of the
oldest residents of Now -.Denver,
bus been seriously ill for some time
pusfc.
James A. McKinnon, -for ;many
years a merchant in Silverton, has
been in Summer-side, P. E.' I., for
some years past. Lately the western fever again seized Jim and he
wr-ites that before.many moons his
broad feet will again wander amid
ihe hills of B. 0. The brass band'
at Silverton should get ready to
welcome the genial Jim, for he has
money galore that lie made'in the
lish country.    - .   "-���
Regular weekly dances are given
every Friday evening in Eagles'
hall.,       _ ^	
Billy Parham of Sandon has
been appointed a ,J. P. for- that
city, Being a big man his size
will strike te.iror into evil-doers.
General Merchants, Midway, 13. 0.
Hav'ancl Grain always
on hand. Sloisrlis and
Wagons and Implements
of all kinds carried in ���
Kluek. Tho very best
���.Goods   afc'M'io'ht   prices
Corporation of the City of Greenwood
ELECTION NOTICE
pUnUO N'D'i KM-: k lieri-by L'ivcn to'tlm olci'-
I r<ns nf ilu- .Miniicipi'lilv of tin- Cni-|iariitinn
nf tlii' City of (lici'iiwniid, tli(Lt T rcr|iiii-f tlio
prc'Diii'i-of tin- s.-iid electors nt tlm Oltv flull
ii tlio Oily of Cii'iTiiwfod. on llio 13th liny of
���liiimiii-y. I'.n'S. ��t li o'cliic!.-. liojin for Ihe |iur-
po-,0'ifi'li-i-.tini: pci-.-ons tn'rei'iCM-nl flioui In
the Miiiiiriniil CouiidiliK Mavri-niul Alillirmnii.
nnil Toi- In- pni-p'--.!! if il"Clliifr tii'O ui'voii'i uh
Schnol 't'l-ii.-ii.-iM for the Crumnvooil Oi-tric-t.
Thc nifilo of noiiiiiitition of ciiiiiliiliite.-. ^Imll
1 c ii-, foliovi-i:
The I'linillrlnlo-i ��li II he lioinimilMl in wrillnir:
��� he w-rllini; -.hull lic-iilHti-IK-d hy two voteisof
f liofiimiiic-it ii lily ns iiroimsor mill seconilci-, null
-li.ill lie ilolivi-n.il lo iht- Kctiirnini; nillciTii'
iiny tiini! hetim-ii tin- ilntu of tins notice unil a
".^ni of tlit- (In v of tlm nomination, nml in the
e-.viit of u pull lioiiiiriiL-i-i'-i-nry. <iich poll ��-ill
l<- nin-iii'il on the liilli ilny (if Jiuimry. A 11
l!>iW.li(.|��-i'i.|i th" lioni-s of !l n In mill 7 p ni nt
tlie -iiid Citv oilier, of which every pcr-on ii.
Iicreliy ipniiircil lo rnko notice nnd govern him-
icll iiceoidiiicly
QUAl.IlflCATlON'S:
The is t^oii> ((iinliliuil lo he iinininritPil for iii'il
t'li'cli'il a-, Mnyor of tlie Citv -linll l.c inch per
"-���ni ii-. me rn.-ilc Hiili-.li slilijs-ft- of the full nu'f
of twenty-one ycin-s. nnd Hie not ili-qiinlilied
iindei- iiny linv. nnd hnve heen for the six
iiinrirln neKl proc-L'iliiiu tlie iiny of. iiomiiiiilioii
(-he rcci-tcreil owner, in I hi- L.-nid Roirlsrrv
Oilice n.f liind in- ri-nl pi-npeily in iheeily of the
nw��si-(l viiliieoii theln-t niiinii'ipiil n*-f>��sirienl
roll of (Inn ThiiiN.'ind Tlnllnr^ or more, over
nnd nhoru iiny n-jri'ti-red judi-'inent or elmrre
nnd wlio ure otherwise duly ipwlitie.ri nsiniini-
i-iiml volei-
Tho I ercons i|iinlilind lo lieiioiniii.'ite.l for nun
I'lceteil ns Alilcrmmi of snid eil v. shnll I c such
1'Cri.ons us nrc iii-ilr ItritMl siihjects of the full
mil* of tMcntv-onc yenrs. find me not di-qnnlilicil
under nny huv. und have liei-n for .Jiv nionrlis
next pri-ceedin;r tlie rlii" uf noiniiinlloii the
ii'L-i.-tpieil owner, in the l.iuid Kcirlstrv Ollii-fr.
(f hind or renl prop.ert v in 'hu citv of the ns-
"es-pil viiIn-', on Ihel-is-i Municipal Assessment
roll, of live hundred dollars or moic. over nnd
.ihove nuy reuistere'l jndKinent or charge, null
wnonre otherwisedulv (|iiiililied ns municipal
voter.-..
Anv iic-i'son (imiliiieii to he nomiii.'ited nnd
elected as School Tnistee shall he such pi!i>oiis
as are householders in Ihe School rii"trict. nnd
lire Jlritisli sulijects of file full ni.'.' of fwenfy-
���iiic \ em- and olherwisc ininliiied lo vote nr .-in,
election of School Ti nstec* iu the School-District.
(iiven under my hand nt f.rcenwoocl this L'nil
(Inv of Janiiiirv, A   I). lf��i,i
G.H.TAVLOK.
K'-liirnhiK Oflicer.
TIMBER   NOTICES.
T. John H. Kn��r. occirintion nuiclier, iutend
to applv for a .special license to cut nnd carry
away timhor from The follow inpr descoihed
lands, on Iiif.'1-.iiu creek neiir.Mi.lwiiy. Ii. C.:-
Xo. I. ('omnu>iiriii!r iitn post planted 10
cliiin.s north of the north east corner of Lot IKS,
thence noitli IHn cluiins. thence west m chnius,
thence s'li'th liar chains, thence enst-lo chains
to point of commencement.
Iiecemlier l."tli,l:ni7.
Xn. 2. Coiiimi-neinu- at a post planted' 10
chains mirth from the'north east corner of Lot
i.'i.l.'i tlicnci' north lfin uliains, thence west 10
chains, thonee south nvr cliaina, thence Instill
chains, to point of enmiin-nccmeut.
Deceniliei- Ilth. liinr.
N'o. 3. ('oiniiK-iicinf,- al a post planted Id
(.'hum.-: north frini the north west corner
of Lot L'.";tS thence north sn clriiiis, thence past
Ml chii'ns. Ihence snntli'tt-' elniiis. thence west
.vi chnius in point of commencement.
December Kith l!m7.
No. 1. Comiiiuneuii' at, a post planted llio
riiiiiiix.nortli from the north west punier of Lot
aiils tlienci- norlh iC'l-'chaiiis, thence west-In
chnius. thence south ir.0 cliiiiu-., thonee enst in
cluiins to point uf commencement.
IV; eriil.nr 13th. 1!HJ7.
Xn. ii. Commencing lit a post plniitcd nn
chnius north froni t' e north we.st eorher of Lot
i'lls. "rheuee norlh 8^ chnius. thence cast ST
chains.-thence south Ml chain., thence west ft')
chains ro point of coiiuneiu-euient.
December 13th, l!m",
N'o. is. Comineneinv nt a post pUnt'd four
ini-es north from the north west' corner of lot
2.-1.-W. thence north in chains, thence we-t WO
chuina. llience .south ���t" cluiins. iheiiee east UK)
chains to point of commencement.
December 1.1th, 11/07. .    .- .
No. 7. Oimrnenpiiirr at a post pliinted 100
ohniiis north Iroin tho north oust corner of Lot
���2"X:>. thence north 1OT chnius, thence we.st ID
chain", tbencp south Utii chnius, thence oast 111
chains to point of eoininciiccmi'iit.
December Llth. 1W7..
N'o. ,s. , Commencing nt n post p'anted ��-)
chnius north from ihe north cast corner,of Lot
2.1:w. thence .south ft) elm ins, tiienceeiistiS'i chains
thence north SO chains, thence, west ��0 cluiins to
point nl commencement.. ' ���
Decembf-r-ll, l!i:i7. '-���'-....
N'o. 0. Coinineiiein'',' at a post planted ��� 120"
eimiiis-jiortli from the north east corner of Lot
2X13. thence norlh so chains, thence ea.*t m
chains, thence soutn ��) 'cluiins, thence wost,(w
chains to point vf coininciiesiiiuilt. ...
Decnmlier Dili. lin>7. .
No' ]ii. CominoneiiiK ut a [lost planted son
i-luilns ilcrtb from the north east corner of Iji.it
2.TW. I hence north Wi chains. th��ne<- east ��l
chains, thence sntitli so chains, thence we.st M
chains to point of c.iiritiiienceiiient.
December llrh.lli.i".
Xo. 11. CaninienciiiK at a post planted SO)
chains north from Ihono.-th east corner of Lot
2.-1:18 tlienc-c north 1���� cluiins, thence west 10
chnius, thence south 1W chains, thence cist 40
chains to liolut of eyiiinioncemerit.'
necninber Illh,M07.      .JOHN II. KAST,
\ . ���   .Midway, IS. U.
ROYAL VICTORIA GOLD MINING
Company, Limited LLihlllly.
.-   NOTICE.
TAK'I-; NOTIOK tlmt u Special Oencril Meet-
Inc of thesliiiroholdiirs of the Hoyal Victoria
Cold Minim; Gomiiauy,- Limited Ijinl.ility. will
In-held nt the oilice of Ihe Company, in the
Kiuidiil HmldltiK ut (li-i.'onwooi^- llrllish Columbia, on Monday, the !i!7th duy of Jtiiiil'ii'y.
A. I), runs, to discuss limi If deemed advisable to
|)iiH.s a resolution iiiithorlzlin,' the Director-) or
Olllt'er.s to .sell or otherwise dispose of the assets
ofthe (Joiiip.-inv. .
Dated tlil.-i rith day of Dpcomher. A. D l!*i7.-'
AltTIIUU M, VVIilTKHIDI-:
Secretary,
of tho Muinliwid Cigar can bo
Heen ivlI.ovorJJrlfciBh Columbia,,
M-ido in Vnrrcouvcr by Wm,
Tii'tjon, and sold on tlio road
by Wat. Darling.
A\rc, ali have oui; notions regarding coffee, and it's not easy to
'produce a blond.that will suit everybody..  Bnt WE see,n to
1 have .such a.blend.    It's all Coffee, and all Good Coffee.    If you
don't like it you'll be the first,one. Try it. Put np in 3-lb packages
^i^iij^rresg^
��oo
Supplies electricity Cor Power, Light, Heating
and Ventilation.    Power Furnished to mines
(or hoisting' and'air-compressor plants, with a'
guarantee that the. service will be continuous.
Get our rates before completing your estimates
999
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Dealers in ���
| Ffesh and Salt jVIeats, pish .and Poultry
| Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and
the Kootenay,
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��^^����QO����m^&s&^��<^e3��Q��8em��ee��S)i!>��&Q��QQQ&eeQQ��@
Ik opposite tho. Great Northern depotj and is a delightful
g haven for the weary traveler.    Great veins of hot.water
H run through'the entire house, and bathrooms are always
,g at the service of those'iu search of material cleanliness.
S ' The  dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,' whilo the
�� artistie'appointrnent of the liquid refreshment room makes
s the  drinks go  down like eating fruit in a flour garden.
�� The sample'rooms-are the largest in the mountains and
S ��� a-pleasure to drummers with big trunks. '   "
I JAS. MARSHALL; Prop. ,��
s
Kings Liquer Scotch Whiskey
12-Years Old
J. W. Rurmestcrs White Port.
Jas. Eennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.
GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.
IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.    .
i-wmmMK
^i^^iiWRi/i-^&^imim^^^'S^im^a^S^SBB^Sai
Is under the uianageuretit of Greig & Morrison. The
rooms are comfortably furnished-, and the bar contains
the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
Is the best appointed  Restaurant in  the interior of
����� Britith Columbia.    The best cooks and most attentive
���waiters only employed.    Open all the time  ..
'     fioward moore, Proprietor.
z2^.i&iz-sm&Mwmi5'dd&wMmm!m&
Is the-best furnished hdtd'in the Boundary
'���;- district;    It   is heated  with steam and
''"   .";..'    lighted by electricity.   Excellent sample
rooms.   The bar is always abreast of the
���'   times, aiid meals are serv.ed in the Cafe
at any hour, day or night.
]�� -' :';''���' ':"*     ' ' . ��� ���'  '
|.Era@st :j.:"Ca:rtier9 Btop,
JslcLUnia^kctHotel
Is tliu home for all; tourists     .
and itiilliouairos visiting New
Denver.   British J Coltiuibia.       ���
HENRY   STEQE,   PROPR.
STAEKEY & CO.
-' . NHIaSON, B.C.
���     VVMOI,nSAf,K
dkam-;rs in
Phoduoe" and   provisions
J. R. Cameron.
iieadin'r,*|��|6r of the
Kootenfl^ H -.
SaiUbn, B.-0.
Tk Hotel fecan
Three I'urka, I>.iC, is tlie lurKtbig1
Iiotul of the oltyi;. MoiMitnln trout j
nnd   giunc  dinlmrv   a   spixiriltj-.
IUjotriu runvrved
Hugh
by tcleynipli.
Niyen, Prop,

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