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 \ ^       ^ ____!__IL_J\  \x  Zst-t  Vol.   XVJI.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY,-JANUARY 2C, 1911.  >^?/*  ..<v:,-.^.^-s^ssa  No. 29  gaSBBaBMBHS^^  I '  J 1  Motion Pictures, S?ereoptic-.n'Views,I]liistrated Songs  .  A TWO HOURS ENTERTAINMENT EVERY ���������   MONDAY, - WEDNESDAY = FRIDAY = AND  SATURDAY .EVENINGS   AT  8    O'CLOCK.  v"   Complete Change" of trogram.Monday'ancl Friday.- '    - .  &  ADMISSION. ��������� Adults,  25c;    Children,   15c.  @������<  WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP A BIG SHIPMENT OF  A Fine Range of Colors and Patterns to Select from.       We lay  Without Extra Chaige.  T.M.GULLEY &Oo.,  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  OPPOSITE   THE   POST   OFFICE.  PHONE   27.  ���������____  The   Canadian  of Commerce.  SIR   EDMUND i\A/AL*ER,  C.V.O ,  LL.D.,   :;>.C.L.,   PRESIDENT.  ALEXANDER   LAIRO.   GENERAL   MANAGER.  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $6,000,000.  '?-. tr (  3 BAPiK DEPARTMENT  Interest ��������������� th*- .current rate. is. allowed on,-ill deposits Of 81 and up-  ."    wards in {hi- Dep.'wtmt-nt-."'.Careful attention is given   to   every  . .:     account.    Small deposits arewel -omed.  Recounts may bft. opened ,-in the names of two or more persons, with-  di'.-i wais to lie* inacl'1 by any one of them or hy the survivor.'   Pull  ^    and cleur written iiistrtietrions as to who is to make tins withdrawal.-' .-Ii'.nld always ho given to the Bank when opening accounts of  this nn'inv.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager.  Greenwood Branch.  TEMPERANCE  is all right if shorn of humbuggery.  .  Too much  water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or"  anything else.  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have a moderate  supply, of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������cither  unexpected visitors or mirlden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  fimnwovd Eiquor -'gompany, Twpo'rters, Greenwood, B. (2. g  , In the district of Kroonstad, in  the Tran-UM;il. liv-s the widow  Van Wyk. who.- bis-tory, matrimonially a nd oiliemise, is���������not to  put too line a point upon it���������somewhat out- nt' rlie common. Born on  October 20th, 1S32, Mrs Van Wyk  (nee Thcila M. cle. Beer) began  what was to prove an eventful  matrimonial career ;it' the age of  eighteen, when nhe1 manied Petrtis  Jacobus Lubbe.  At the cod of.two-years sb<3' be-  came a widow with oue child.  After being a widow for'ten months  (savri rhe Vulksrgm), sho married  Nicolaas M.u thinus Pretoria.1*, ~a-  Audower with four children. After  live mouths she married, For the  third time, David Stephanus Pieter-  se, a widower with seven children.  With him she lived eleven years  aud had seven children, when he  also died After five years widowhood she married, fo>* the fourth  time, Danied Lodewikus Cronje,  a widower with eight children.  With him she also lived eleven  years and had four children, when  he, too, died. Five years later she  married, for the fifth time, Hen-  drik Kloppei*.  With him she also lived eleven  years, aud had ten children, .when  he also died. After two years she  married for the bixth time, on this  accasiou with Coeurad Hendrik  Van Wyk, a widower with five  children, and with him she had  four children.  After having lived together for  eleven years he also died. She had  thus fifty children who call her  mother, and about 250 grandchildren. Sho is still alive at the  age of 7S years.  PERKIN  THE PRETENDER  King Edward was very fond of  his eldest grandson, aud liked to  talk to him. When the little  prince was eleven his grandfather  nsked him what he was studying  in his history lesson, and was told,  ���������'Oh, all about Perkiu. Warbcck."  The King asked, '��������� Who was Perkiu Warbeck?" and the lad replied, '-He pretended that he was  the son of a king. But he wasn't;  he was the s-.m of respectable  parents."  SUNK THREE FEET.  The gentleman .was strolling  across a large estate when he came  upon a man fishing/ "What sort  of fish-do you catch here?" ho said.  ���������'Mostly trout," replied tho man.  "How many have you caught?"  "About leu or twelve, sir." "What  is about the heaviest you have  caught?" continued th-gentleman.  '���������'Well, I don't know the weight,  but the water sunk two or three  feet when T pulled it out."  TRY CLOVES  Mark Twain hated a gloomy  ni������u. Once, at a banquet, a gloomy  man Hat opposite him. This man.  would not smile at the most amusing jokes. "What's tho matter with  you?" cried Mark Twain. "The  stories are all good. Why don't  you laugh?" "Ah, sir," said the  gloomy man, "how can I laugh  when I remember that every time  I breathe a soul passoa into the  great beyond ?" "Good gracious,"  said tho humorist, "did you ever  try cloves?"  E. Bailey has closed his store in  Eholt.  Tony Turano has gone on a trip  to Itsi ly.  ���������Rid Oliver has put   up   ic-e   this  season that is 15 inches' thick.  - The city  clerk  at Phoenix has  had his salary raised Sip a month.  .Last week the Granby smelter  was treating 3,000 tons of ore a  nay.  The net earnings of tho B. C.  Copper Co.. iu December, were  825,000.  Big Andy Johnson has been  elected president of the Ski club in  Phoenix.  At his hotel in Eholt, John  Sullivan is opening a short order  restaurant.  The Greenwood Oddfellows will  hold a .masquerade ball ou February 14th.  The Fremont will resume operations when the electric power has  been installed.  A. C. Sutton, the city solicitor of  Grand Forks, has had his salary  raised to 875 a month.  At his studio in Greenwood, J.  H. James can take photographs at  any time, day or night.  Send a copy of Float to your  friends in the cent belt. You can  get one for two bits at The Ledge  office.  It is a fact that Andy Sater wrou  several hundred dollars by betting  upon Mcintosh in the recent municipal election.  Chris Heimansou was taken to  the New Westmuiatur asylum last  week. He is the man who demanded a million from the Granby Co.  a short time ago.  R. G. Sidley was in the city last  week. Some time ago he bonded  some land at Osoyoos lake to a  Penticton syndicate, who intend to  establish a town there.   -  The ladies of the St. Judo's  guild had benefit performance at  Star theatre on Monday night, thru  the courtesy of the proprietor, Mr.  Watson.   Thoy realized 820.  A fine lead carrying gold ancl  silver was struck this week in the  Argo tunnel. Much greater developments are expected in a short  time, and anybody is weicome to  visit the property aud inspe.ct the  showings.  Iver Johnson a well-known railway contractor from Rupe is in the  city^ on a visit to his old friend,  Ola Lofstad. Hois a shareholder  in the Argo mine and is much  pleased at tho recent strike on that  property.  Grand Forks v Greenwood  Last Friday 130 supporters of  the local team journeyed to Grand  Forks to see the Greenwood boys  beaten by three to none. The  game was well worth going to see,  and the losers were! in no way disgraced. ' Combination won Grand  ���������Forks the game.  gi-eat  Greenwood v Phoenix  The Greenwood boys put up a  fight against the boys from  tho mountain Iowa on Tuesday  night. Tho game was fast and  wonderfully clean considering the  pace at which it was played. The  referee kept the teams well in  hand and promptly penalized any  wilful infringement of the rules of  the game. From where wo stood  we could see that tho first goal  awarded to Phoenix was never iu  the net. However the referee had  no choice as the goal-umpire raised  his hand. The fiual score was i to  3 iu favor of Phoenix.  Western Float  TOLSTOI'S LAST WORDS  Before he passed from earth, the  great Tolstoi left this farewell message to the world :  "Iustead of returning evil with  evil, try to return evil with good ;  to say nothing-ill of men; to act-  kindly even with the ox and dog.  Live thus one day, two days or  more and compare the state of  your mind with its state in former  daj's. Make the attempt ancl you  will see how the dark, evil modes  have passed away, and how the  soul's happiness has increased.  Make the attempt and you will see  that the gospel of love brings not  merely profitable words, but the  greatest and most desired of all  things."  with   its  is  oonght  THERE WERE OTHERS  Keen theologian though ho is,  tho Prebendary Wehb-Pepl.;o is  not without- a strong' vein of humor.  There i.s a story told of how at a  church congress he once was introduced to a city stockbroker, who  began to cnlargo upon his own  business capabilities and to deplore  the lack of initiative in tho modern  British youth. "Why," he said,  "when I landed in this country I  was without a cent in my pockets."  ���������'Yes," said Mr. Webb-Peploo,  "but thore wcro other pockets."  AN ACT OF KINDNESS  A coal car filled with coal right  from the miues was side tracked in  Nashua a few weeks ago and every  now and then the yard men in the  employ of the railroad would hear  the piteous cries of a cat coming  from this car.  It was only a cat, just a common  vajueless cat, but railroad men often have big, warm hearts under  a rough exterior, so they planned  to bring relief to the imprisoned  animal. They went to tho emergency car ancl procuring tools, pried  and hammered and worked away  until at last they reached the poor  creature almost too'weak by this  time to make further cries of either  suffering or relief, after its long  fast and imprisonment, in a huge  car of coal. The relief gang did  not wait for any expression of  gratitude but procured food and  milk and now the cat i6 the pot of  tho railroad boys.  lb has beeu proved that those  who do kind acts to the lower  races become in nil the relations  of life bolter men and wornou.  ��������� A-gun club is to be organized in  Stewart.  The blind pigs have been closed  in Marcus.  The Owls have organized a Nest  in Stewart.  Oroville  is   delighted  new brass band.  ' Thecir-.v of i?ew Westminster  being re-surveyed.  The Penth-cm Ili-raM has  a new power press.  Dwelling  houses  are at  a premium in Chilliwack.  A fifteen-storey building is to be  erected in Vancouver.  Keremeos  has suffered  from  lack of coal this winter.  Euderby now has telephone con  nection with Kamloops.  There is somo talk of  cement plant at Bossbur  Harold Nelson, the  the hospital at Vancouver  Billy "Weisberger  has  been  pointed marshal of Oroville.  Family Season Tickets are  at the skating rink in Movie.  The Bank of Commerce is open  ing a brauch in Salmon Arm.  Bob Edwards continues to  his Eye-Opener in Winnipeg.  Hales & Bcatty have opened  a  real estate office in Penticton.  Work  is to  be resumed on the  Bodie mine, west of Republic.  Efforts aro baing made to  build  a 815,000 hotel in Abbotsford.  The Cliff mine, in tho Rossland  camp, has begun shipping ore.  The mail for Chilliwack  is  now  carried by the electric railway.  building a  ���������abactor,   is  in  ap-  $6  run  Dr. Clayton is advocating the  reduction of telephone rates in  Prince Rupert.  A new Conservative club has  been established in the Opera house  block in Trail. , '   , ���������  In Nanaimo, Joseph. Carpenter  was fined S10 for an infraction of  tbe liquor laws. .  ���������  A new-map of Npw Westminster  i.s being issued by the Blue Print  Co. of that city.  Rossland took in last year 87,080  for liquor licences, and 81,000 for  traders' licences.  The funeral of Dr. R. P.,Mackenzie was one of thc largest ever  held in Rossi and.  The  Ilomestake,   at   Lead,   in"  South Dakota, is the  largest gold  mine in America.  The Hosmer Times has ceased  publication, and the plant will be  moved elsewhere.  Trail has put in 50 Aj'ix fire' ex-.  tinguishers. -The}' are valuable in  case of small blazes.  Extensive developement is to be  pushed at tho Palmer Mountain  tunnel, near Loomis.  The bridge across the. Columbia  river, at Trail, will  cost  between ���������  8S0.000 ancl 890,000.  "Walter Robinson has sold his  grocery store in. Enderby to the  Enderby Trading Co.  Some buildings in Rossland have  collapsed this winter through too  much snow on their roofs.  Lever Bros., tho big soap firm  of England, have bought the Royal  Soap Works, iu Winnipeg.  The Record says that John "Wer-  ley shovels more snow than any  other man in New Denver.  Provincial Coustable Tooth of  Penticton, is in the hospital with  an attack of typhoid fever.  St. George's Church, in Rossland, now owns the most beautiful  sacred paintings-, in Canada.  "Within four years, two young  men-of Colville, have killed twenty  cougars not far from that town.  Blairmore is in need of more  school-rooms. There aro 193 pupils ancl only desk-room for 1-50.  Lloyd Manly and wife are on a  visit to New York. Mr. Manly  recently sold his hotel at Coleman.  During the past "yearT$9,0d6 hai "'  been  expended  in  enlarging   and  improving the schools at Chilliwack  During    the    coming   summer,'  quite a number of silver-lead properties will   be bonded near Hazel-  [ ton.  In  tho Siniilkameen, the B. C. ��������� '  Portland   Cement  Co.,  will  begin -  work  upon   their properties  next  month.  H. H. Rowle}*, formerly of Ross-  laud, has received au offer to become manager of tho Union Bank,  in Ottawa.  The capital stock af tho Robin-  sos. & Lequime Lumber Co., at  Graud Forks, has beeu increased  to 8200,000.  Miss Sarah Jones died in Lady-  smith this month. She had been a  resident of Vancouver Island for  thirty years.  For attempting to evade the Im-   ���������  migration  Act,   five   aliens   have  been   fined   ������10   each,   at   Grand  Forks, and deported.  During the recent cold snap, the  Osoyoos Coal Co. hauled considerable coal to Princeton on sleighs, a  distance of five miles.  At Penticton, Captain Esta-  brooks has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever. He .has.  been ill for ten weeks  A few days ago,   while  walking  along the lake shore, near Pentic-  m, ,,   ,, ton,    William   Shepherd   dropped  Theexpenso of holding the Apple dead from heart failure.  Show in Vancouver was 835,000.    I    -r*.    ���������     oi   ��������� ������. i  ���������    T  * jj,u���������.    i     During Christmas week in  Lon-  This month, more than 300 tons; don, England, half-amillion bush-  of ice have been put up in Orient,   j els of apples were consumed,  part  Tho B.C. Electric train to Chilli- j of which came from B. C.  wack has paid from the beginning, j    In seven years,, tho St.  Eugene  Harry "Williams has found good j ������-'������o*  a* Movie,  has turned ont  ore ou Whisky Hill, near Orovillo. ��������� over 810,000,000 worth of coucen-  Owing to the hard winter in Al-1tmtos' in ���������ld(lition to erudo ore.  berta beef will soon  be higher in!    ^*ss Rosalind Lavally was reprice, icentby   married   in   Penticton   to  Baled hay is 82S a  ton  in  Ver- f'-Benjamin   Wilcox.    She  was   tho  non,  and  fresh  eggs GO cents   a  'I  A MINING MAN  believe   you  said,   'Rastns,  that you had a brother in the mining business in the West?"  "Yeli, boss, that's right."  ''What   kind   of   mining���������gold  mining, silver mining, copper mining?"  "Kalspmining, sah !";  dozen.  The first. fatal snowslido occurred in the Slocan 18 years ago this  month.  Nearly 86,000,000 worth of  buildings were erected iu Calgary  last year.  W. J. Blundell, formerly of Fernie, is now doing business in Moose  Jaw, Sask.  R. M. Irwin of Hedley,   has acquired au interest in   an  Oroville:  burber shop. |  William B.-iker of Rossland, h.isl  taken a position with the Nelson !  Iron Works. j  The C.P.R. has repaired the big!  bridge, across tho Kettle river at{  Grand Forks. .     i  It cost nearly 87,000 to maintain tho fire department in Rossland last year.  Thero will be a local option convention.'in Vancouver, on.February 16 and 17.  first white child born in Rossland.  There were 30 rinks at tho curling bonspcil in Vernon. The curling rink in that city, with its six  sheets of ice, is said to be the finest  iu Canada.  Hugh Kennedy, one of the first  locators of Kennedy, mountain,  nine miles south of Princeton, i'h  confident that there will be a boom  in tbe Similkameen m-xt summer.  E. Bullock Webster of.Penticton.  was in the accident to the Scotch  express, near Glasgow, on Christ-  nuis eve. He escaped with a f������e-  vere shaking, although 30 people  were killed in tho collision.  She���������-Wo. have been doing onr  best to induce moro women to join  our 'Saturday Night Club, but  without success.  He���������What is tho initiation fee?  She���������Two dollars.  Ho-Mako it 81.08 and you'll  get more new members thau you  can accommodate.���������Chicago Ncwh.  I- ���������:. VgWg^BgBBBBBSB^  NKS,'"'-V*''   %,.  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  It Was at the Bottom of  a Plot  By ESTHER VANDEVEER  Copyright,  191U. by Arnericun Press  Association.  "Goodby, riarolcl."  "Goodby,  i lice."  These, aud these nloue. were the  parting words between Llarold Uotu-  well and Alice Swain, for their tieurts  .were too full to say more Tliey were  to bave been niiirrk'd within a few  months, but I'oiliwell had developed  pulmonary trouble, and it wass decided  tbat be should go west and live an  outdoor life. The prospect before  tbem was gloomy. liven if Harold  recovered his health the giving up of  prospects bj wns leaving might keep  him In poverty and necessinite their  continued sep.-irntiun. lie turned away  aud set out for lhe railway station  Alice wtui-Ui-cI him (ill lie reached 11  betid in the road, when he turned and  threw her u kiss. She returned It, and  lie passed out of slfilit. Sad as they  were, they would have been fur mon.  60 had they kiinwti what would hap  pen before I hey should meet again.  That same day two years heni-o  found Uothwell iliiittiHul malinger for  Henry Palmer, a ram-her, though but  Just appointed to ilie position. Roth  well had long been a sheep herder for  Palmer, and tlie out ol" door life bad  completely cured him of his ailing  As soon as It was considered safe for  .him to lead a more conlined life l'alin  er, who had taken a great fancy to  him and who needed a clerk, put him  in charge of lhe lin.-uicial part of hit.  ranching. Then Kothweil wrote to  Alice Swain that within another year  he hoped to return lor her and bring  ber hack with him.  The ranch was not a large one, and  the owner and his clerk were the onl.i  two persons engaged upon it except n  few herders, who were always awa.<  in care of the (locks. The men be  came very warm friends and were a I  most consi.-iiiily together. One da;  Palmer said 10 hi.-< clerk:  "Von   know,   Harold,   that   I   am   .-  bachelor ami have uo one in the worl-.'  to   leave   what   belongs   to   me.     l'n  going to make a will bequeathing thi  ranch and the stuck on it to you "  Itotbwell smiled. "Considering tha  you are but ten years older than I am  far stronger, I think 1 would bette.  leave my possessions, if I had any. n  you."  "Furthermore," Palmer continue)  without untieing the comment, "then  are five Sl.ono bonds, which will als.  be yours. These bonds, together witl  some old family trinkets, I have plac  ed in hiding, and I am going to show  you where they are hidden. They  too, will go to you at my death."  He led the way to the altic and  from a recess formed by a corner In  the roof between two joists took a tin  bos, opened It and showed Itothwell  the bonds nnd the trinkets referred to  The la I ter consisted of a gold watch  bearing the Initials IT. P. and some  articles of jewelry.  "You are very kind," said Rofhwell  "to make me your heir; but. as I have  said. I don't thlnlc there is the slight  est chance of my ever receiving my in  heritance."  "There Is a better chance than you  think," said the other.  Rothwell looked at him inquiringly  but received no further confidence.  Palmer replaced the box. and the two  men returned to tbe lower story. Then  Palmer opened a safe kept on the  premises, took out a will, showed  Rothwell that it was in his favor, put  It back and closed the safe door.  "Why," asked Rothwell, "dou't yon  keep the bonds and the other things  In the safe?"  "I have a special reason for not  keeping the bonds there. As to the  ���������watch and jewels, it doesn't much  matter where they are kept. Sotm  day you may learn the reason. So  long as I live I can trust yoii not to  disturb tbe box in the garret, and  after my death what it contains may  be of some benefit other than for their  Intrinsic value."  "To whom?"  "That will appear at the time."  This was not very satisfactory, but  Rothwell  was obliged  to  be satisfied  ���������with It.  It was but a few weeks after this  that Rothwell, having got in some  funds for the sale of sheep, rode to  the town, some dorten miles away, to  deposit the money in bank. Tbe day  proved an eventful ono. On tbe way  two masked men sprang u|x>n him  from a wood betride the road and  robbed him. Returning to the ranch,  he found Palmer lying In the living  room of the bouse with a bullet hole  in his brain.  As soon as he had sufficiently recovered from the shock to think he  determined to ride to the nearest  ranch, get n messenger and send for  the proper authorities to come and  take  legal   action   upon   the   matter.  Palmer, concluding with the statement  that he wns Palmer's heir, that he  had started for the bank that day to  deposit some $1,200. been robbed on  the way and returned to find his benefactor  murdered,   the  official  looked  at him curiously. Then be called a  messenger aud sent bim off posthaste.  When tbe messenger returned he  brought the sheriff with him, who,  without a word of explanation, clapped  a pair of hundcuffs on Rothwell's  wrists. Tbe prisoner was taken to  town und lodged In jail, charged with  the murder of Henry Palmer and the  embezzlement of the funds he.claimed  he had intended to put in the bank.  The case was one of circumstantial  evidence���������or, rather, of motive���������aloue.  ft was assumed (hat Rothwell had got  behind in bis accounts, had embezzled  the amount of which he claimed he  had been robbed and. feat-lug that if  detected he would lose his Inheritance,  bad killed the man whose property he  would inherit.  This made a strong case against  him, and there was very little to be  said iu Ills favor. No trace of any  -me having attacked Palmer and no  evidence of Rothwell's story that he  had been robbed appeared. Tbe court  retained charge of Palmer's property,  but allowed the legatee stitlicienl  funds lo pay a lawyer to defend him  Ills attorney did the best In his power  for him. but was unable to establish  his innocence. Tlio jury hung for  some lime between murder In tlie  lirst and second degree, but dually  brought In a verdict of guilty of the  former. He was sentenced to suffer  the death penalty.  And so it was that Rothwell. having  escaped death from tuberculosis, having reached a condition where lie  might bring his sweetheart to him as  Ms wife, was doomed to suffer on the  gallows for a crime he had not committed. There are not tlie delays in  punishment for crime in new countries  there are where the safeguards against  infringing on the rights of accused  persons are more strictly enforced.  Rothwell was sentenced to be hanged  a few weeks after his conviction. No  new trial was granted, no stay of proceedings, and tile day of doom was  near when something happened.  A young woman stood looking in  through the window of a pawnshop in  the town where Roihwell was convicted. At the time an oflicer of lhe law  dressed in plain clothes was in tbe  shop interviewing the pawnbroker  ;:bout some stolen goods that he had  loaned money on. The woman entered  the shop and produced a watch on  which she asked for a loan. The broker inspected tbe watch and at once  caught sight of two letters, "II. P.,"  on the case.  "Whose initials aro those?" asked the  broker.  Tbe woman said she did not know  The detective took a hand in question  ing her and, her replies being contradictory, took her to police headquarters. There, after many surmises,  some one noticed that "H. P." were  llio initials of Henry Palmer, for whose  murder Rothwell was to be hanged in  a few days. The chief of police put  the woman through the "third degree"  process, with the result of a confession  that she bad murdered Palmer.  Many were inclined to doubt thai  the confession was genuine. Had il  not been for the fact that the woman  had attempted to borrow money on a  watch with Palmer's initials on it little attention would have lava paid to  her statement. She claimed to' have  been a discarded wife of Palmer's, and  it wns for this casting off that she hud  killed him. The watch was shown to  Rothwell, and he told the police where  he had seen If. This identified the  woman with Palmer, she was charged  with bis murder, and Rothwell was released. He asked to see the 'person  who stood in his place and was taken  to her cell.  "What was his amazement to recognize A Ihe Swain  Before he had time to betray their  relationship she gave him a look that  put him on his guard. She then spoke  to him as a stranger, telling him that  if he could get permission to see her  alone she would throw additional light  on the murder. Permission was granted, and the two were left alone.  Not during to embrace each other,  they refrained. Alice talked about the  murder, but, fearful of being overheard, said nothing to reveal the true  situation. Meanwhile she scratched  on a hit of paper:  This Is a plan to save you. Luckily you  wrote me of the tin box. I came, took lhe  watch and pawned it to get arrested. Go  away and I win convince them of my innocence.  It was agreed between them througii  tbe same medium that Harold should  have a: week before' Alice revealed  the trick. When the period had expired and tie . was safe in hiding she  called for the lawyer who had defended him and told him how Rothwell had written her of the interview  he had had witli Palmer and of the  tin box, showing him the letter���������bow  she had gone to the hiding place,  taken the watch and pawned It, knowing tbe mnu who was at the time with  the pawnbroker to be a detective. The  attorney soon obtained a dismissal of  the charge against her, and later she  was set at liberty.  She nt once went to the ranch house  and   In   her   future   husband's   name  lontreaS Woman  tubborn, Itchin  czema  Every skin sufferer should read vhat "I stuck to the Cuticura treatment,.and  Miss Mary A. Bentley, 93 University St, thought if I could use other remedies for  Montreal, writes of her se*en years of   over seven years with no result, and after  eczema, how she could not sleep or put  her hands in water, how she tried all manner of treatment and even a hospital, but  grew worse, and how she found prompt  relief and final cure in Cuticura Soap and  Cuticura Ointment  "Some nine years ago I noticed small  pimples breaking out on the back of my  hands. They became very irritating, and  gradually became worse, so that I could  not sleep at night. I consulted a physician,  who treated me a long time, but it got  worse, and I could not put my hands in  water. I was treated at the hospital, and  it was just the same. I was told that it  was a very bad case of eczema. Well, I  just kept on using everything that I could  for nearly eight years, until I was advised  to try Cuticura Ointment. I did so and  I found after a few applications and by  bandaging my hands well up that the  burning sensations were disappearing. I  could sleep well, and did not have any  itching during the night. I began after a  while to use Cuticura Soap for a wash for  them, and I think by using the Cuticura  Soap and Ointment T was much benefited.  only having a few applications and finding  ease from Cuticura Ointment, I thought it  deserved a fair trial with a severe and  stubborn case. I used the Cuticura Ointment and Soap for nearly six months and  I am glad to say that I have hands as clear  as anyone. I honestly believe if all sufferers of eczema would just stop paying  doctors' bills and treat themselves 'with  the Cuticura Remedies, they would not  regret it  "It is my wish that you publish this  letter to all the world, and if anyone doubts  it, let them write' me."  (Signed) Mrss Mary A. Bentley,  93 University Street, Montreal.  Sept. 14, ioro.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold  by druggists everywhere. No other treatment for thc skin is so economical, agreeable and speedily effective. Send to the  Potter Drug & Chcm. Corp., sole props.,  Boston, U. S. A., for the latest Cuticura  book, giving full directions for treating  skin and scalp troubles, from pimples and'  dandruff to eczema and ulcers.    *  She Understood  Foreigners sometimes have ft hard  time of it wrestling with the English  language and, if they persist in thinking that they know it all, they usually "make a mess of it."  For example, a young Frenchwoman went into a newspaper ofiice the  other clay to have an advertisement  printed. She presented the slip of  paper to the clerk'at tho counter, who  received it with his best smile���������for  the young woman was very pretty.  After reading whnt she had written,  the clerk with great deference suggested that it was a little bit obscure;  that the phraseology had better be  changed a trifle, and politely handed  the slip to her. At this, however, she  was quite indignant, remarking that  she understood "ze Inglish veil  enough."  "All right, mademoiselle," answered  the clerk, "it shall be printed exactly  as you have written it."  Ancl it was. Here is what happened  the  next  morning:  "Notice���������Mile. Marcotte, a native  of Paris, offers her services to young  ladies ancl would be pleased to show  them her tongue."  She wanted to teach young ladies  how to speak the French language ���������  Exchange.  It   Rested   With   Him  Upton Sinclair, discussing the fasting cure that he has clone so much to  advance, said in New York:  "Fasting has become as popular as  appendicitis. I hope, though it won't  fail into the sumo disrepute.  ."It's currently believed, you know,  that a leading surgeon said to his  wife one day:  " 'I operated on Mrs. Gobsa Golde  for appendicitis last night.'  ' " 'Goodness,' said the lady, 'T. wonder who'll have it next!'  " 'I don't know,' thc surgeon answered, absently; 'I haven't decided  yet.' "  Stick To  Itl  Henry Ide, appointed the governor-  general of the Philippine Islands by  President Roosevelt, has what he calls  a one-rule course of conduct for a  .successful life.'   It reads like this:  "If you make a good resolution���������  stick to it.  ��������� "If you have a good thought���������stick  to it.  "If you hove a worthy friendships-  stick to it.  "If you have an ambition���������stick to  it.  "If you have a hard task���������stick  to it.  "If you have a good book���������stick to  it.  "If you want more friends���������stick to  it.  "If you have anything to do���������stick  to it."  Which, when they are all summed,  got into the one small sentence:  "Stick to it."  If You Want to be Sure of QuaEty  Buy  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  "Here, I say! Be a bit more careful with that razor; that's the second  time you've cut me." "Well, well,  so it is, but there! I always deduct  a halfpenny for every cut. Why, it's  nothing for a man to go out of here  having won fourpence off me."  For Asthma and Catarrh.���������It is one  of the chief recommendations of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil that it can be  used internally with as much success  as it can outwardly. Sufferers from  asthma ancl catarrh will find that the  Oil when used according to directions  will give immediate relief. Many sufferers from these ailments hnve found  relief in the Oil and havo sunt testimonials.  ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE  MARK  Generous Jim  Jim   Thornton,   the vaudeville   wit.  Was Bothered With Worms clkl n0* likc ua ,CG,t!'in ������ld-time sh���������-  TT T      . ,    . 0    , ,    man.   Once, before the showman died,  Harry   Lauder    revels in a Scotch . t, hjm a beneflJ. in New York  story he picked up in America about, mix,.,ftn���������  ,,.������������������  ������������������+.  ������������������  trtn  rnnri    *.,���������,  a  temperance lecturer   who  used  for  ' Jones had lately taken to lecturing  on the teetotal platform. "So you  want to marry my daughter, sir!  What are your principles? Are you  temperate?" he asked of a candidate,  for the position of son-in-law. "Temperate!" was the reply. "Why, I am  so strict that it gives me pain even to  find my boots tight."  "Yes, Miss Smith, if I live to 100 I  shall never forget the day of my dear  wife's death. It was in '95���������or '97���������  or at any rate, before the exhibition."  Mrs. Maloney���������"Is your husband a  Tariff Reformer or a Free Trader?"  . Mrs. Flanagan���������"Oh, 'e's a trader  right enough. 'E's a dealer in fish,  but 'e ain't exactly free, 'cos 'e's just  got three months 'ard."  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows.  Garget   in  An eastern Tennessee girl is credited with the following reply to a  question as to whether she had been  to the fair: "I didn't went, I didn't  want to went, and, if I had wanted to  went, I couldn't have gotten to  gwine."  TELLS THE PUBLIC  THE MN WHY  QUEBEC MAN CURED BY DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS  Thornton was out on the road, but  heard of the plan. He telegraphed to  the showman: "Hear you are to have  a benefit. I hope you will have to  have many of them."���������Green Book.  IMPOVERISHED BLOOD  illustration a glass of water, a glass  of whisky, and a box of live worms.  He would drop a worm into the water  and show how it wriggled. Then,  dropping it into the whisky, he'would  exclaim:  ��������� *  "There!    One  convulsive    shudder  ancl it is all over." I   "Haud on, there, maister!   Are you I ������ r^���������....,������_   ������������������j   n������������-f*-^....  sure  'tis  the  liquor killed  the  puir  A Common and JUailgerOUS  worm?"  a   voice    in    the    audience  asked.  "Quite sure,  my  friend,"     replied  the lecturer.   "No doubt whatever."  "A  weel,  then, just pass over the  whusky; I'm bothered wi' worms."  "She  told  me that he had  written  thirty-one    sonnets       extolling    her  charms."  "Gracious!    Did she marry him?"  "Mercy, no!   She married a corner  grocer."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Even though a man thinks the world  of a woman, he should remember that  there are others.  Wear Out  Within a few hours an officer of the  law arrived and took charge of both  the premises and the body.  Wben   Rothwell   hr.d   told   him   the  whole  story of  his   connection   with  mmxm  'Ipiiii  1 claimed for him bis Inheritance. Making a more thorough examination of  the contents of the tin box, she found  a bit of paper on which were written  the following words:  It I am murdered It will be hy ray old  partner, Jacob Wilcox. . When we separated I took some bonds that he claimed  belonged to him. He told me then that  he would have the bonds if he had to kill  me to get them.  In time Rothwell enme Into his Inheritance and married tbe girl who  had saved him. He spent considerable money trying to find Wilcox and  bring him to justice, but never succeeded. The Rothwell ranch Is now  one of the largest In that section of  country.  W. N, U��������� No. 823,  Mushrooms In Saxony.  There Is probably no country In lhe  world where mushrooms are more ni-aii  ly prized for food than In Saxony A  though it Is recognized that their mi  trltlve properties are moderate, dim-  ertheless mushrooms are exteusivei-  used there In place of ordinary vegeta  bles, as well ns tot soups, sauces urn  garnishing.  But Many People of Advanced Years  Have Learned How to Keep These  Organs  Healthy  by  Using  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER   PILLS  The kidneys are often the first organs of the body to cause trouble.  Their work of filtering the blood is  greatly increased by excessive eating  or by use of highly seasoned foods  and alcoholic drinks.  As advanced age comes on most  people suffer more, or less from derangements of the kidneys. With  some there are years of pains and  aches, with others Bright's disease is  soon developed and the end comes  auickly.  FositHvvtely a great many have  learned about Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills, and are enabled by their  use to keep the kidneys healthy and  active.  This medicine is entirely different  from ordinary kidney treatments, and  invigorates the action of the liver and  bowels. To this' combined action is  attributed  its  remarkable success.  Mr. Richard Preston, Osborne,  Lambton County, Out., writes:���������"I  want to testify to the wonderful curative properties of Dr. A. W. Chase's  Kidney ancl Liver Pills. Seventeen  years ago I began the use of this  medicine, when my back was so bad  that to stoop or rise was torture to  tne. The kidneys- were in bad condition, but these pills entirely freed me  of back pains. I have used them ever  ���������lince, whenever the kidneys . would  ���������*et out of order, and now, at eighty  years, am well ancl hearty, thanks to  this grand medicine."  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney and Liver  Pills, one pill a dose, 25 cents a box,  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto.  Wife���������There's nothing wonderful  about that.  Husband���������There isn't, eh! I'd like  to see you go the whole evening without talking.���������Fliogendc Blaetter.  Trouble���������You Must Enrich the Blood to  Escape Danger  Anaemia is simply a lack of blood.  It is one of the most common and at  the same time most dangerous diseases with which growing girls suffer.  It is common because the blood so  often becomes impoverished during  development, when girls are too frequently allowed to over-study, overwork and suffer from a lack of exercise. It is dangerous because of the  stcalthiness of its approach, often being well developed before its presence  is recognized, and because of its tendency to grow so steadily worse if not  promptly checked, that it may run  into consumption.  The value of the tonic treatment  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills should  be known to every mother in the  land. 'These Pills make new, rich  blood, tone the organs and nerves,  bring a glow of health "to pale, sallow cheeks, and drive away the weakness, headaches, faintness, heart palpitation and loss of energy so noticeable in young girls who are suffering  from anaemia. To all such Dr..Williams' Pink Pills are an. actual life  saver. Miss Mabel McTavish, Prince  Albert, Sask., says: "In my case I  can only say that life had lost its  magic; all work was a trial, and even  pleasure only a task. When I went  up a flight, of stairs I was ready to  drop from sheer weakness, and I had  begun to think that life would be a  continued burden. But all this is  now changed, thanks to Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These were recommended  to me, and after taking them for about  a month I found my health renewed.  I could sleep better, my appetite returned, and I was so strong and well  that house work was no longer a burden to mc. My sister seemed to be  going the same way last summer and  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were at once  sent for, and two boxes made her as  well as ever. Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are now the prized medicine in  our home, and doctor bills have been  fewer since we discovered the virtues  of this great medicine."  Sold by all medicine dealers or  sent bv mail at 50 cenls a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Of Rheumatism, Gravel and Diabetes  says he wants other sufferers to  have the benefit of his experience.  Rousseau Mills, Portneuff Co., Que.,  (Special).���������"Tell the public Dodd's  Kidneys Pills cured me of Gravel,  Rheumatism and Diabetes." These  are the words of Seraphim Carpentier,  of this place.  "For ten years I suffered," Mr. Carpentier continues. "Then I heard of  Dodd's Kidney Pills and decided to  try them. Almost from the first they  relieved me and now all my Gravel,  Diabetes and -Rheumatism.-have-entirely-left me. -  "I want others to know what cured  me, because I do not want them to  suffer as I have suffered."  There are thousands of just such  living proofs in Canada that Dodd's  Kidney Pills always cure Kidney Disease. If you take the disease early  they will cure it- easily and quickly  ancl you will be saved much suffering?  If you have neglected it and let it  reach its more dangerous stages, such  as Gravel, Diabetes or Bright's Disease, Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure it.  They never fail.  -Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  You certainly take no chances when W A  you.buy any toilet   article   or   medicinal ^**  preparation which bears ' the   name   NA-"  DRU-CO and this trade mark.  At soon as you see "NA-DRU-CO"  you can be absolutely certain that tbe  .article is the very best  The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited, has spent thousands of dollars .in perfecting this  line of over 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations.  The formulas are the best known to medical science.  The purity and strength of the ingredients are assured by rigid tests.  The compounding is done by expert chemists, who are thoroughly  qualified for a work so vital to your health.  Knowing that everything has been done to make them right, we  guarantee, positively and unreservedly, each and every NA-DRU-CO  preparation. If you find any one unsatisfactory we want you to return it  to the druggist from whom you bought it and he will refund your money.  Ask your physician or druggist all about the NA-DRU-CO line. They  are men ol standing in your community, worthy of your confidence, and  In position to tell you, for we will furnish to any member of either profession, on request, a full list of the ingredients In any NA-DRU-CO  preparation.  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets  Curo sour stomach���������heartburn���������flatulanca  ���������Indlcostlon���������chronic dyspepsia.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Stop a headache In 30 minutes.  Contain no harmful int.  NA - DRU - CO Talcum Powder  3 kinds-Violet -Rose���������Flesh Color.  Gems ot recruitment and refinement.  NA-DRU-CO     Laxatives  Act without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed.  NA-DRU-CO   Baby   Tablets  Relieve Baby's ills.   Especially  valuable during teethinc  NA-DRU-CO   Tooth  Paste  Cleanses throuchout���������prevents decay  ���������makes the teeth beautifully white.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:    -  Halifax���������St. John���������Montreal���������Ottawa���������Kingston���������Toronto���������Hamilton  Loodoa���������Witmipot���������Ros'na���������Calgary���������Nolson���������Vancouver��������� Victoria.  40  Shipping Fever   .  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic, distemper and all nose and throat discuses cured, and all others, no mutter how "exposed," kept from having  any of these discuses with SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE.  Three to six doses often cure a case. Ono 50-cent bottle guaranteed to  do so. Best thing- for brood marcs. Acts on the blood. 60c and $1 a  bottle. $6 and $11 a dozen bottles. Drug-gists and harness shops.  Distributor"���������'ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  Sl'OHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists. Goshen. Indiana. U. S. A.  A  Hero  Kicker���������"My groat grandfather car  ried that drum all through the revolution."  Snicker���������"And whenever hd sighted  the .enemy he beat it, I suppose."���������  Brooklyn Life.  Coarse sandpaper should be kept in  the kitchen and used for scrubbing  kettles that are burned and for removing anything that has stuck to  the pan in the process of cooking.  First Girl���������"Was your bazaar a  great success?"  Second Girl���������"I should think so.  All the gentlemen had to walk home;  they hadn't even n penny in their  pockets to pay their tram fares."  Thousands of mothers can testify to  the���������virtue of Mother Graves'; Worm  Exterminator, '"because' they * know  from. experience how useful it is.   ���������  - Forgetful  "It's frightful how I'm losing my  memory! There are three things I  never can remember. Thc first is  names; the second is numbers, and  the third���������gee whiz! Now I've forgotten that; too!"���������Fliegende Blaetter.  No  Doubt About  It  "Is his family tree beyond question,  then?"  "I should say so. He can trace it  back to the time his ancestors used  to swing on it."-  CKlokly stops concha, oaroa eolds, beale  ths  throat and  lunea. ���������   -   -  U ooata.  "John   is    gettin'    used  to public,  speaking, ain't he?"  "Oh,  yes,   I  remember    when you-  could hardly get him to stand up,' an'  now - you can hardly get him' to. sit  down."'<.  aniokly stops cengbs, oares colds, heals  na  throat and lungs. .   *   -  35 osxita,  To overcome the danger in thawing frozen dynamite, a new form of  the explosive has been brought out'  which freezes very slowly, making  the thawing more rapid arid safe.  It Is a Liver Pill.���������Many of the ailments that man has to contend with  hnve their origin in a disordered  liver, which is a delicate organ, peculiarly susceptible to thc disturbances that come from irregular habits  or lack of care in eating and drinking. This accounts for the great many  liver regulators now pressed on the attention of sufferers. Of these there is  none superior to Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Their operation though  gentle is effective, and the most delicate can use them.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Edwin, aged four, owned a picture  book in which a fierce- looking cow  was running after a small boy. He  looked at it for a long time, and then  carefully closing the book he laid it  away: A few days later he got the  book again and turned to the picture.  Bringing his chubby fist down on the  cow, .he exclaimed in a tone of triumph, "She ain't caught' him yet!"  Many inherit weak lungs, and as  disease usually assails the weakest  point, these persons are continually  exposed to attacks of cold and pul-'  monary disturbances. The speedy use  of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  will be found a preventive and a protection, strengthening the organs so  that they are not so liable to derange  ment from exposure or abrupt atmospheric ��������� changes. Bickle's Syrup is  cheap and good.  "Why should the spirit of mortal  be proud?" quoted the impassioned  orator.  Then he paused a moment to let it  take effect.  "Well," spoke up a half-intoxicated  man in the audience, "I'll be tho  goat.   Why should it?"���������Exchange.  8TEABT  IMtlTst/  UGHT  Tlie Rayo Lamp Is a high grade lamp, sold at a tow price.  There are laioos thnt cost more, out there is no better lamp mads at any  price. Constructed of solid brass; nickel plated���������easily kept eleaa; as  ornament to any room in any home. There Is nothing known to the art  of lamp-making that can add to the ra'ue of the KAYO Lamp as a light-  ���������Tiring dories. Erory dealer orery where. If not at yours, writs for de*  scriptlrs clrcnlar to the nearest acrency of  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  "Something Like That"  "So he praised my singing?"   "Yes,  he said it was heavenly."   "Did, he,  now?"    "Well,   something  like  that.  He said it was unearthly."  "Can I have some shooting on your  farm?" asked the visitor.  "By all .means," responded the  farmer, heartily. "There are two  tramps in the barn, a sewing-machine  agent at the kitchen door, and the  County Council candidate ringing at  the front-door bell at this moment.  Please go and shoot them all."  An old negro" was brought up before the judge, charged with chicken  stealing, and when the usual question  was propounded, "Guilty or not guilty?" he said: "I don't know, boss'; I  jest throw myself on the ignorance  of the court."���������Case nnd Comment.  I was cured of terrible lumbago by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  REV. WM. BROWN.  I was cured of a bad case of earache  uy MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. KAULBACK.  I was cured  of sensitive lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. MASTERS,  Always keep alum in the house. It  checks bleeding wounds, and for  bleeding of the mouth or tongue a  wash in cold water in which alum  has been dissolved is very effective.  FACTORY   LOADED   SMOKELESS  POWDER    SHOTGUN    SHELLS  Good shells in your gun mean a good bag  in the field or a good score'at' the. trap.  Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"  Smokeless Powder Shells are good shells.  Always sure-fire, always giving an even  spread of shot and good penetration^ their  great superiority is testified to by sportsmen who use Winchester Factory Loaded  Shells  in   preference to   any other make.  ALL   DEALERS   KEEP THEM  _____  "Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both!'  They vlll if you take  Shakespeare  liSDlll  mm  They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion,  living again for tho victim of dyspepsia.   60c. a box.  not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mall them.  I National Drug and Chomlcal Company of Canada, Limited,  and make life worth  If your druggist has  35  Montreal,  An Englishman- went to New York  and put up a sign "Established 1804,"  rather priding himself upon the antiquity of his establishment. The  next day his Yankee rival across the  street burlesqued his sign this way:  "Established yesterday. No old goods  on hand."  Doctor (to his cook, who is just  leaving)���������"Sarah, I am sorry, but I  can only give you a very indifferent  character.  Sarah���������"Well, sir, never mind.  Just write it like you do your prescriptions,"  Which bores you more���������listening to  people's troubles or their jokes?  G9t  fj  ^m  \  WHEN IT GOMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  We ar.e   everywhere with the   standard goods.  Paper and  Matches are our specialties.    Let ui  know your wants���������we'll do the rest.  The E.B. Eddy Co. Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES & PER83E, LIMITED, Arents, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton,  Heglna, Fort William, and Port Arthur.  '5  n  *t  HWau������,'S������nI.W"������~<.A.^-.������l~i'^������- THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  | MAB8IH CANADA  Is the Standard Articles  READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  For making aoap, eof tening water, removing old paint,  disinfecting, sinks, closets, drains and for many other j  purposes.   A can equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.  Useful for 500 purposes-Sold Everywhere.  L&T& W-^^COaffAOT* 11MITKP TORONTO, ONT.  A Fall Upwards  A story is told of a certain nobleman in Europe who had an eccentric  humor, and also had sufficient money  to indulge it.    He  had a villa that  was his particular joy, and one evening, when he -was entertaining a .party  of friends there, a young man" indulged too freely.   When the unfortunate  fell asleep in the billiard room, two  smiling attendants appeared aud carried him to bed.   The next morning  the other guests.were awakened    by  the host in person, and conducted to  a  peephole through  which  they  saw  the young man lying   asleep   on   a  white plastered floor.   The ceiling was  carpeted  and  the various articles  of  bedroom .furniture were securely fastened  to   it  and   hanging  downward.  The young man awoke und with a cry  of   terror   grasped   a   chandelier  that  came up through the plastered floor.  "They all do it," cried the host, with  a laugh,  "every man of them grabs  that chandelier lest he should fall up  to the ceiling."���������Argonaut.  THE PRESENT INSTANT.  Positive  Knowledge  Englishman���������"Have you any Dread  noughts in America?"  ��������� Yankee���������"Surely.    I married one."  ���������Town Topics.    ���������  Rulekly stops couehs, cures eolds. heals  ths  throat and  lungs. -   -   ���������   26 ce������u.  ap-  He  (philosophically)���������"Do you  prove of going to the theatre?"  Sho (practically)���������"Oh,  thank you I  Any night you like."  A Cure for Fover and Ague.���������Disturbance of thc stomach and livef always precede attacks of fever and  ague, showing derangement of the digestive organs and deterioration in  tho quality of the blood. In these ailments Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  have been found most effective, abating the fever and subduing the ague  in a few days. There are many who  are subject to these distressing disturbances and to these there is no bet-  ter preparation procurable as a means  of relief.  Where  Silence   Reigned  One morning shortly after the honeymoon, the determined wife took her  seat at the breakfast table and placed  a large revolver by the side of her  plate. "Wh���������why, my dear," stammered .the astonished husband,  "w-what does that mean?" "It  means, my love," was her stern reply,  "that we have bread.of my own making for breakfast, and that no adverse  criticism will be tolerated."  Warts are disfigurements that disappear when treated with- Holloway's  Corn Ourc.  Jest���������"It pays to know tall girls."  ��������� West���������"In what way?"  . Jesfc���������"Why, I met one during a  shower the other day and walked  home under- her big hat."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  "Did Tom have any luck hunting  Tigers in India?" "Yes; great luck."  "How?" "He didn't meet any tigers."  Came to  Raise the  Wind  That was a facetious bishop who  went to preach a charity sermon a  short time ago in a northern diocese.  The vicar being ill, a curate received  him, and, thinking to say something  pretty, observed:  "I am grieved that you should have  to come on 6uch a windy day."  But the youth found his grief misplaced when he of the lawn sleeves  replied:  '/Tut, tut, boy! Didn't I come to  raise the wind?"  Don't Be a Johnny  A fellow has to hustle now  And do his daily chores,  And furthermore be careful how,  He hangs around stage doors.  The stage door is a garish spot,  A risky place to lurk,  And loafing there has put a lot  Of fellows out of work.  The same is true from Maine to Oal.  And we have proofs to bring,  Just take a glance at Portugal-  It happened to a king.  ���������Louisville Courier-Journal  JL  inleUy stop* oooshs, oares oeldo, heaia  Im  throat ������<j4 lnafa. -   ���������   ���������  88 ���������eata.  Client (entering the office of a newly  fledged Yorkshire solicitor)���������"My  next door neighbor has spitefully  built a fence close to my dining-  room window, thus darkening the  room.   What can I do?"  Lawyer���������"Try lighting the gas."  WiWS-MM>WmWaWrWat^aW  S100 Reward, $100.  The readers of this paper will be  pleased to learn that there is ut least  one dreaded disease that science has  oeen able to cure in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,' acting directly upon the blond  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of  the disease, and giving the patient  strength by building up thc constitution and assisting nature in doing its  work. The-proprietors have so much  faith in its curative powers that they  offer One Hundred Dollars for any  case that it fails to cure. Send for  list of testimonials.   Address:  F.  J. CHENEY  & Co.,  Toledo,  0.  Sold by druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for oonsti-1  pation.   ' I  ' eplittioa htadaah* ���������  NA.TXOVtA.il"  CHEMICAL  I stlf druggists'  CANADA,  Spoldger, who was anxious to blossom forth as a professional politician,  was blowing his own trumpet the  other evening in the private bar of  the Red Cow, and after a while he  exclaimed:  "No one can deny that when I address a meeting I command the respect of my hearers."  "I dessay you command," replied  one of the opposition, "but they're  deuced few., who obey."  Science Defines It as the Hundredth  Part of a Second.  A congress of European astronomers  decided that the present time���������that Is,  the present moment at any particular  fusta-nt���������consists of the hundredth part  of a second. This has been settled, on  because these- men of science have  thought that it ..represented the tiniest  fraction-of time'which could be appreciated by the human brain. Yet the  thousandth part of a second Is actually  used in physical science, especially in  certain important uses of electricity.  For scientific purposes, however, the  official present moment flashes from  the future to the past In the hundredth part of a second. This cannot  seem so remarkable when it is recalled  that speed records for' both horses and  men runners are officially calculated in  fractions as small as one-fifth of a second.  But in astronomy It is needed to  have the hundredth part of a second,  for In that moment light can travel  2,000 miles. So time, which is, after all,  only a figure of speech and is a mystery that uo hmuan brain can understand or fathom, must be considered  relatively to one's sensations. The  lime to pull an aching tooth is really  much longer to the sufferer than a  whole night spent in sound sleep. It Is  more of the person's actual life. It demands more food to stand the nervous  strain and the pain than hours of quiet  rest.  Time, then, for all men Is relative to  their personal sensations. Yet time is  real enough, it takes actual time for  starlight to travel, in some cases thousands of years. It.takes time for sound  to travel and time for the electric wave  to work actual results over long distances. s . x  So that time is not only theoretical;  it Is as real as coal and wood. Yet this  reality stretches 'oyer a human lifetime back to ages before the existence  of the sun and the stars. For purposes  of ordinary human work the second is  small enough to use as a standard of  value, but scientific men have progressed so far in knowledge that the  second is too longa period for tbem to  consider as the' scientific Instant.  Therefore they have chosen the hundredth of a second as the standard for  the length of time that they will consider as the actual moment at any one  instant���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  A 50-cent bottle Of  given in half-teaspoon  doses four times a day,  mixed in its bottle, will  last a year-old baby nearly a month, and four bottles over three months,  and will make the baby  strong and well and will  lay the foundation for a  healthy, robust boy- or  girl.  FOR SALB BV AM. DRUGGISTS  LIFE IN SINGAPORE,  Send 10c., Dame of paper and this ad. for  our beautiful Savings Hunk and Child's Sketch-  Book. Each bank contains aCood I,uck  Penny.  SCOTT & BOWNE  128 Wellington StraoL. W.st      Toronto. OsA  Further Off the Bettor  Williams���������I think Miss de Blank is  ���������very rude.    -  Jones���������Why do you think that?  Williams���������I met her out walking  to-day and asked her if I might see  her home. She said yes, I could see it  from the top of the high school building, and that it wasn't necessary to  go any farther.  >  Spoiled His Act.  A musical artist announced to his  friends that he had a feature for his  act that was calculated to make the  whole profession sit up and take notice. Several days later he was asked  to divulge his plans.  "Oh, that's all off," was the answer.  "Well, if it was.such a wonderful  thing what was it?" was the general  inquiry.  "1 had planned to have a real skeleton," the musical man replied, "with  its ribs tuned up so that I could play  music on it- hit**, n rylonhone."  "Great! Why aren't you going to do  it?"  The musician heaved a sigh of disappointment.  "I tried It," he answered, "but somebody sold me the skeleton of a ticklish  man and I couldn't hit the ribs."���������  YoungStown Telegram.  The pessimist 'mid harsh complaint  In scepticism lingers;  He ne'er  believes    the    sign    "Wet  paint,".  But tries it with his fingers.  Avoiding Perjury  Patience���������"And was the judge considerate?"  Practice���������"Very; he asked me my  age before he swore me."  BAD BLOOD  is the direct and inevitable result  of irregular or constipated bowels  and clogged-up kidneys and skin.  The undigested food and other  waste matter which is allowed to  accumulate poisons the blood and  the whole system. Dr. Morse's  Indian Eoot Pills act directly on  the bowels, regulating them���������on  the kidneys, giving them ease and  strength to properly filter the  blood���������and on the skin, opening  up the pores. For pure blood and  good health take  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN     ROOT    PILLS  Cosmopolitan Medley of People on iVe1  Streets All  Day Long.  In his article on Singapore, in iiar-l  per's Magazine, W.-J.'Aylward give*  a picture of the varied life of the city.  He says: "It was late in the afternoon  when   we, reached   the mouth of the  river, the hour when everybody' tbat  is anybody is but driving on the Esplanade, and every one who is not. ia  there to see.     Along the broad, tree-  shaded   river   the   fascinating   show  trots by, and one cannot but admire  the genius ot the people who made it  possible  in   this  little  peninsula' for  which John, Bull gave the  whole island of Java to' the Dutch, and where  but  a   generation   or   two   ago   Lord  Cavenagh found but a few pirate huts.  "Across the road, with your back*to  the sea, you can easily imagine yourself at a large week-end party in England.  On a broad smooth lawn which  vear=: of ejrreririi'-nt  coaxed   to  grow  in alien soil, scant-clad figures work  hard at socker, cricket and rounders.  Women in fluffy white and Paris hats  sit languidly in wicker chairs, attended by native servants who keep guard  over  blond   babies,   while  their   mi*1-  tresses  watch tho game.    Through a  rich, dark curtain of heavy foliage <i  pocket  edition  of  an   English  cathedral peers and raises its delicate spire  against a flaming sky.  "Under the  tree-shaded    road,   between the Inwn and water, a parade of  nations  goc.������-  on���������brown  men,   black  men, yellow men and white: Hindoo,  Malay, Japanese, and Kling, awheel or  afoot,   with   here   and   there   in   tho  motley, gaudily costumed  throng tne  snowy  garb of   t'-e   helmeted   master  mind.   Next to hirn in importance are  the Chinese men of wealth, the real  merchant  prince?  of  Singapore,  who  give a fairly good idea of how a Chinese can rise if given .a chance.   On  the seat of the most fashionable dogcart one goes by, behind a high-stepping, docked-sorrel driven by a Bengali  lad   in  livery,   with" a duplicate  footman gravely enjoys his daily drive  and chat with his son just home from  Oxford.  "Following him, a sober equipage  contains an English mother with three  marriageable daughters; then a high-  caste Hindoo in his low carriage reclines on rich cushions, his crinkly  white" frock and silver buttons setting  off magnificently his dark, bearded  face, crowned with fathoms and fathoms of soft, white stuff in a carefully  laid turban; a skittish horse, with an  oflicer in the Lincoln-green uniform  of the Sherwood Foresters at the ribbons, his bull pup beside him and a  little baboon in barefooted livery sitting astern; a shabby gharry and a  Portuguese priest; a rickshaw with a  Chinese woman in flowing blue, surrounded by her little brood; a barouche full of French girls ��������� all pass  through a chattering throng of Tamil-  men in skirts, with little velvet, embroidered ��������� skullcaps on their heads;  turbaned Klings in loincloths; savage-  looking Javanese, a Manchu lady in  yellow silk limps pitifully on hobbled  fett after the musical slink 'of her  lord and master's wooden clogs; Bnu-  galese, Mohammedan, and Parsees."  Are your hands   chapped,  cracked  or sore?   Have you "cold cracks"  which open and bleed when the skin  is drawn tight?   Have  you   a  cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains,,or a "raw"  place, which at times makes it agony  for you to go about your household  duties ? If so, Zam-Buk will give you  relief, and will heal the frost-damaged  skin,'   Anoint the sore places at night,  Zam-Buk's rich healing essences will  sink Into the wounds, end the smarting, and will heal quickly.  Mra. Yellen, of Portland, says :( "My  hands were so sore and cracked that it  ���������was agony to put them near water.  When I did so they would smart and  burn as if I had scalded them,   1 seemed  Suite unable to get relief from anything  put on them until I triu.i Ziun-Buk,  and it eucceeded whon all else had  failed. It closed the big cracks, gave  mo ease, soothed tho inflammation, and  in a very short time healed my hands."  Zam-Buk alio cures chafing, rathe,, winter  eczema, vile; ulcers, fettering sores, sore heads  and backs, abscesses, pimples, ring-worm, etc.,  ours, burns, bruises, scalds, sprains. Of all  druggists and stores, or po������t fret from the Zatn-  Buk Co., Toronto.   Price 60c a box.  A Closed Discussion.  They had argued long and furiously  over the question, "Can a man marry  his widow's niece!" and the highly talented lawyer in the corner had waxed  eloquent over the marriage laws of  every state in the Union, every country in the world, civilized and uncivilized, and had cited the affinity tables  of every church and even the legislation of Lycurgus down to rbat of  Brigham Young, when a young man  quietly announced his intense desire  to be informed where the deuce a man  was when his wife was a widow?  Then the discussion closed down and  fourteen excited controversialists or  dered iced water.���������New York Times.  REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. .  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing'Syrup lias beeo  used fur over S1.XTY YSARS by MH.UON9 of  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHII^  TEETHING, with PKRF8CT SUCCBSb. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTBN8 the OUMfl  itLAYS all PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC, and  h the bent remedy for DIARRHOEA. It li ao-  solutely'harmless. Be mrc and ask for "Mra  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no othet  kind.   Twenty-five cents ������ bottle.  DB. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW  YORK  CITY.  A Fair Sized Trout  The gentleman was strolling across  a large estate when he came upon a  man Ashing. "What sort of fish do  you catch here?" he said.  "Mostly trout," replied the mnn.  "How mauy have you caught ?"  "Jfbout ten or twelve,.sir."  "What is about the heaviest you  have caught?'1 continued the gentleman.  "Well, I don't know the weight, but  the water sunk two or three feet when  I pulled It out!" ,  This  Feeding  Floor  Could  v and it would help greatly to preserve the condition  'of your live stock in the Spring.  ^S-very farmer knows that in the Spring of the  year, his barnyard is almost bottomless. The live  itock mire down into the mud and almost float  around���������greatly to the detriment of their physical  condition.  By building a  Concrete  feeding floor in  the yard, this trouble is done away with.  A Feeding Floor of comparatively small  area and built this Fall, would pay for itself next  year. Concrete is the only material that can- be  used in this way at a moderate cost.  Will you ask for your copy of the book which we  have prepared for you���������"What the Farmer Can Do  With.Concrete"< It's free���������and, take our word for  it, you'll find it one of the most interesting pieces of such literature you ever  read. And profitable, too���������because it  will save you money.  Divides the Waters.  Situated exactly at tbt> highest point  of the divide of the Rocky mountains,  on the Crow's Nest division of the Canadian Pacific railway, in British Columbia, is a hotel. When it rains in  the mountains tbe water which falls  on the eastern slope of the hotel roof  trickles away to Join a tiny rivulet,  which In due time mingles Its waters  with the Atlantic. The water falling  Just beyond the ridgepole, on the other  side of the roof, flows westerly and  ultimately Into the Pacific.  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old   Hand.  How to tan  or dress   all  light fur  1 skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,  I fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c; how to tan  j dog   skins,   sheep   skins,   wolf   skins,  badger,   &c,   for   mats,   rugs,   robes,  gauntlets, &c; how to dye sheep skin  mats any desired  shade; how  to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  without wetting the skin, making the  fur ns clean and lively as new; how to  clean white fur, such  as thibet,  angora, white rabbit, &c, making them  as white and  fresh  as hew;  how  to  ttan  cow  and horse  hides for coats,  robes,  &c;  how to  make easily and  quickly a good tough leather for re-'  pairing harness   and  general  use on  the farm; how to care for hides and  skins that are to be sold, and how to  sell them to get the most money for  them.  Any of the above recipes will be  sent to any address on receipt of 50.  cents, or the booklet complete for  $2.00. Address:  AN  OLD   HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg,  Man.  High  Power  Microscopy.  There has been exhibited before tha  Roynl- Rnniety of Landmi. a-for.m.,ol  microscope, the invention of Prof.  Gordon, by means of which enormous  magnification of an object can, it is  stated, be attained without the blemishes due to optical causes that formerly marred such images,,says Harper's-Weekly.  We may suppose that the enlarged  image of an object i3 received from a j  microscope lens upon a ground-glass '  focusing screen, and that thenanoth-  ed microscope is employed still further-  to enlarge the image so formed.   This  is, of course, quite feasible,  but the  grain of the glass would be magnified  together  with  the  image  and   would  vitiate the result.   Prof. Gordon uses  a translucent screen of the finest possible texture, and he causes it to be  kept  in continual   motion  while the  object is being viewed or photographed.    By this means the grain of the  screen is eliminated and  the greatly  magnified   image of the  object  alone  seen.   Specimens magnified to the extent of ten thousand diameters were  shown as proof of the efficacy of the  method adopted.  EVERYTHING IN KNITTED GOODS  Coat Sweaters, Underwear, Scarfs,  etc., for Men, Women, and Children,  from 50c. to $.10.00. Highest grade  goods at less than Wholesale Prices.  Mail Order Only, no travellers employed. Send cash with order, goods  mailed same day. Money refunded  if not satisfied. Catalogue No. 4 now  ready.  STANDARD   MAIL   ORDER   CO.,  52  Bay  Street,  Toronto.  LAMENESS fronts Bone  Bone, Splint, Curb, Side Bone or ilm:  l*t tronbla can be stopped with  ipavln, Ring  Full directions in pamphlet, with each  bottle. ������2.00 a buttle at dealer! ordollvor.d.  Horse Book 9 D free.  AllSOKmNE, JR., f0r mankind. II  a bottle, removes Painful Swellings, In-  Urged Glands. Goitre. Wens, Bruises, Vart  CO������������ Veins. Varicosities, Old Bores, Allays Pain.  W. F. YOUNG, P. 0. K137 Temole St.. Sprlnefield, Mass.  IrYBAIIS, LtiL, Hsatreil, Cuudlu innts.      .'  iljo raralihri by HAIITIK BOI.K * WTSHE CO, WlnnWl  TUg IUTI0NAL DHL-fi * CIIEMIOII, CO., ITInnlpcs 4VS.  sarn awl "���������"'g'lKOM.P"8.,1-n    Ud_ luu..1^ __TV  Lots of Them.  "There Is one thing u.icb has rather  puzzled me."  "What Is that?"  "When money talks does It always  talk cents?"���������Baltimore American.  Ask for a Copy of This Booklet  To-Day  A   Postal  Will  Bring  N   Promptly  Canada Cement Co.,  Limited  81-60  National  Baak Building,   MONTREAL  His Argument.  "Dear, I only play poker for fun."  "But you bet, don't you?"  "Well, there wouldn't be any fan  without a little bettIng."-Pittsburg  Post  ���������Jenny  Lind's Charm.  The   anniversary   of   the   death  of  Jenny Lind calls to mind a most lovable and charming personality.    The  Infirmary   at   Norwich, uamed   after  her,   "The Jenny    Lind    Infirmary,"  was founded fifty-eight years ago by  her.    She   was  one of   the  sweetest  singers  that  "ever  poured   upon the  world   a   flood   of   harmony,"    and-  among other of the great men of her  time   who   appreciated   her   at   her  right   value   was   Mendelssohn,    who,  said of her.   "Sho is as great an artist as ever lived, and the greatest I  ha\o known."    For a long time she  lived    in   Kensington,   at   Clairville  Grove, in a pretty one-storied cottage,  over which grew a fine magnolia.   A  critic wrote of her, after she had sung  for some years in grand opera, that if  she had not been the greatest singer  in the world, she would have been the  greatest actress." ���������   .  Beautiful Presents  Exclusive and handsome de-  signs in silverware make  worthy and lasting presents.  The renowned trade mark  iW ROGERS BROS.  on spoons; forks, knives, or  fancy serving pieces guaranties the best silver plate.  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Husband of Three Months���������"Do you  believe a wife is justified in taking  money from her husband's pockets?"  Husband or experience���������"Certainly, if he is so careless as to leave  money in his pockets."  "Mn," fluid Bobby, "you told me to  count 100 every time I got angry."  "Yes, nobby." ������������������������.*'  "Well, I've got up to 60, an' I'm  getting madder nil tho time."  The Voluble One���������"I can always remember striking fnccs."  Put���������"Begorra, ye'll never wnke to  recollection av ye poke moine."  Collar Bag, $1.00  y^vHIS Collar Bag would make a  V/ most practical and attractive  Christmas Gift for any man, <FX It  is made of fine brown morocco  leather, lined with silk, has leather  draw strings and tassels, and holds  12 collars.  CATALOGUE H  will be sent free upon request. It  contains 132 pages of illustrations  of Jewelry, Silverware, etc, reproduced in colors.  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  'No."   was  the  reply;  "nor  do I  ever wish to." ]  There is a story of Coleridge's buttonholing Hazlitt in the Grove and1  subjecting him to a stream of eloquence. The latter was pressed for,  time, but waited till his putience became exhausted; then he cut off the  button and fled, leaving Coleridge to  discourse to it at leisure.  Diamond Merchants, Jowolors  and Silversmith*  134-136-138 Y0NCE ST.     -  Jas. Rviue, Hariiv  1'roBld.out.  TOROKTO   !  RvniK,        !  Scc.-Trcaa.   i  imiii ���������j.  Lots of Farms After All.  The total area of England, Scotland,  and Wales is 66,214,163 acres, excluding water, and the total under crop  this year has been 32.144,095 aerea  (exclusive of 12,844,226 acres of moan-:  tain and heath land used for grazing).  Mayor Rpylnirn, of Philadelphia,  told at a recent Republican banquet  a story about hard times.  "There was a broker," he said,  "whom our last panic hit very hard.  As the broker waited for his train one  evening in the corridor of Broad  Streot station, a friend . approached  and said:  "Well, did you havo a good day  to-day?"  "The poor broker frowned.  "'Rotten,' he replied. 'Everything  I sold went up. Everything I bought  went down. Thank goodness,' he  added, 'none of these things can go  sideways.' /' |  ANNUAL  EASTERN   CANADA  EXCURSIONS  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, inclusive, good to return  within three  months.  Ticket's   issued   in   connection   with  Atlantic Steamship   will    bs on sale  fiom Nov. 11,   and   limited   to   five  months from date of issue.  Finest equipment. Standard first  Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and  Dining Cars on oil Through Trains.  Compartment - Library - Observation  Car on "Imperial Limited."  3-TtiBOUGH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY-3  ���������sTs*SBTsTsTsBTsTsTaBsTsTsTsaTaMsls>THHnHMsBTs7a*Mslsj*^  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10k, mak-  ing connections   at   Toronto   for   all  points East and West thereof.  The "Imperial Limited" leaves Winni  peg daily at 8.25k, ancl the "Atlantic  Express" at 19.00k daily, making connections   at  Montreal   for  all   points  East thereof.  Apply  at  the   nearest  C.P.R.   Agent  for full information  W. N. U., No. 823. TiiE    LLDUE.    GREENWOOD,    BSi'XlSfl    COLOMBO  Tha  Eholt, B. C.  JJ  jumi tin  HOSTELRY  John   JVTcKellaP  Proprietor.  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  oo.  Y  BOUNDARY LEAGUE.  1  J.  It. CA.UEROX,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,     B.   C.  Ci s i ���������  nelson, 8. 0.  ������KO.  P.  H'HI.I.S,  I'niiirliitnr.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class-  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  m&zk^b&i������mg3t$  PHOEiNfX $  nearest hotel to the *fe  fe Granby mines. One of the W5  largest dining rooms in the y^  city. Tlie bur is replete QU  with nerve bracers of all "Hj  c-*, kinds, and tbe most; fra- ������>*,  fjjj grant cigars. Drop up and S  Sg see nie. ftjj  gS    A. 0. J0HN50N  Mounlainee-r and  Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO.,-NELSON.  Take your Repairs to  A. D. MORRISON, GRAND FORKS  THE LEADING JEWELER  of the Boundary District  CITV  Teams.  Town.  Dale.  Phoenix v Grand Fork.-i  Grand Forks.   ���������    .  January'  2;  Grand Forks v Phoenix  Phoenix   ���������         ��������� ��������� .  ;i  " 9. ���������  Greenwood v Phoenix  i>  )>  " 12;  ���������  Grand Forks v Greenwood   .  Greenwood  ;>  16.  >>                      '������  Grand Forks  >j  20.  Phoenix v Greenwood' ���������  Greenwood  it  24.  Grand Forks v Phoenix  Phoenix  ��������� >  27.  Grand Forks  >!  30.    "��������� .  Grand Forks v Greenwood   .  Greenwood  February    3.  Greenwood v Phoenix  Phoenix  M  6.  Greenwood v Grand Forks   .  Grand Forks  ���������)  ,  '9.  Phoenix v Greenwood  Greenwood  !>  13. .  "AT IT HERE S1TICE 1900V  tnlncd Cih April 1!P8 for ������lfl:,l.L>i  Til favor of Homy V. Pullor obtiiitierMtli Ajil.  H)08fnr-.S7M.W)  In fiivor or Juinc4 Ernest Simnklo obtained  7th March 19(18 for ;I775.-V,  In favor oKieorce \\ hiti* olitj iiici "tli March  IMS for (9ti8.(i.',  In favor of Gooiko Torliunu obtained 7th  Muroli IMS tor.?.*! 10.',  In favor of Uoniilrl MuGilli.-i oMnliicd 7th  Miti-oh 1WJ8 for f-S!i.H~>  In fnvor of C!)i.nrlo4 10. Phillip* <jbtuinud,-ltli  March HKWforS-.'lil.JJ  In fav.irof Erneiit J. .Cnrtlor oblalncil 7tli  March. 1908 for rSlS.IM  In fnvor of ItiirtBiill-Lnw-Cau'.fieUl Company  Limited obtained li.nt April V.������M for S7M.IU  Iiiteiiillng purc-hascrji miutantiiify thamsclvcs  us to title.  Dated the lflth day of December 1910.  JAMES S. IHRXIIO,  - Deputy ShoritV.  Tho above Palp has been adjourned mil 1  the Slth duy of J/ebniury.  LAVI)   ACT.  Similkampon Land District.     Dutriot of Yah-.  TAKE NOTICE that Slanley LIvlnKStonc  Diilinr, of Mlhviu-, 15. O . f.irinor, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the follinviiife'  described lands:  CoininoiicIiiR at a post plantod at the Xorth-  east corner of Lot No. rat: thi-nco N'ortli In  clmlii-s; thenco West 8(1 chains; thenco South  IU elm ins; thonee Rust in ch.ius t. .Lieu of  commencement; containing 8i acre, more oi  less.  STANLEY I.lVIXa.STOME llUIi.Ut.  Dec-ember 8th, iuiu  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  ������S������  Haggagc transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  coram court of yale.  KNOB "HILL HOTEL,  PHOENIX.  Provides pleasant rooms and substantial meals for the public. The  bar is replete with beverages that  please and satisfy any kind of  thirst. CHARLES HAG AN.  OUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOENIX,     B.   C.  Tlie Newest  aud Largest Hotel iu  the City.    Everything neat-, clean  and comfortable.     Steam heat and  electric liyht.   Meals and drinks at  all hours.  R. V.  CTIISHOLM, Piioi'Riktou.  DANNY DEANE, Manaokr.  THE RUSSELL HOT  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial institutions ofthe city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in. the city.  FRED RUSSELL  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  THK    KOOTEVAV    SALOON'  Sandon, B. C., has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed iu any mountain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menu*  TKEJIOST    HOUSE  Nelson, B C, is run on the American ancl Europcfin plan. There  is notliiiijr yellow about the house  except-the {fold in the safe.  niiilmio & Trt'srlllus.  XJB WM AUK ICT    IIUTKT,  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver. British Columbia.  Henry St������f;c. I'ropr,  TTln     I������IIOV1SOIS     HOTEL  Grand Forks, is a largo three-  i-t'iry brick hotel that provides  tlio "public with jtood meals and  pleasant rooms. A new building  but the sunie old rates.  Kmil Lurtion, Proprietor,  LAKKVIKff    HOTKJj  in Nelson, B. C, employs all  ���������white help and is a home for the  world at $1.00 a day.  It. L, GrilHtli, Proprietor.  TUI!   KASI.O    HOTKt,  Kaslo, B.  C,,   is a  comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  citv.  Cockle & P-ipwortii,  A SITTING Of the County Court of Yule will  liu Iioliloii ut the. l.ourt Houw Gruenn-no I  ou Tuosdiiy tho L'sth day   of March.  liUMat  eleven o clbclc in tht fort1 noon.  liy order,  \V. O. McMYNN,  RcgistrurC. C. of Y.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Plioe  nix and Grand Forks have adopted   the  following scale for legal advertising: .  Application    for   Liquor   Licence  (30 days) 54.00.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) : ?7.5<'  Application".lo "Purchase Lain! Notices (60 days) ������r7-5������  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days)       $10.00  Water Notices (30 days)  $15.00  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  With a view to the better preservation  of the Public Highways the attention of  the public is herewith directed to the  provisions of THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT AMENDMENT ACT which enacts as follows:���������  "It shall be unlawful for any person to  cause to be drawn or driven on any of  the public highways of that portion of  the Province of British Columbia situate  east of the Cascade range of Mountains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess of that mentioned in  Schedule 'A' hereunto annexed.  SCHEDULE A.  Wagons and 4 wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a load in excess of the following:-���������  On tires under 3 inches 2,000 lbs.  On tires 3 inches in tvitlth and under 4  inches 3.000 lbs.  On tires 4 inches in width and under 5  inches 6,000 lbs.  On  tires 5  inches iu width and over   6,000 lbs. and over.  AND NOTICE is hereby given that  the Act iu every respect must be strictly  complied with.  Any person guiltv of an offence against  this Act shall upon summary conviction  thereof before a Justice of the Peace be  liable to a penalty uot exceeding Fifty  Dollars.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at. Greenwood, B C , and the price i.s y2 b year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, ancl  Great Britain To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  jf->-50 a year. Address all letters to Tht-  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD H. C , JAN. 26, 1911.  SIIEK1SKWOKK   HOUSE  Nelson; B C One minute's walk  from C. P. R station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  ISoycr UroH., T'ropriotor  CHUt IIOTKL, NKI.SON, 1$. O.  Hie Suhoonor Beer or Half mid Half. 10c  Tliu best dollar a day house In the city.  Travellers will lind thin a pleasant Inn-u.  The rooms are c.leiin and comfortable ami  tht! meals tasty and substantial.  JACK Git A NT, Proprietor.  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Ui'ecnwoort for Spokane  at 7 a. in., und for Oroville at '2:30  p. in. J. McDonei.l.  (SItlOKSVILLIS    HOTEL.  Iiridesville. H. (J. Provides excellent  aucommodation for touri*,'s and travellers. Fre-.li Errs and Uutlor. Special  Irish Whiskey always on hand.  THOMAS    WALSH,   Proprietor.  Do not draw logs or timber over highway. Vehicles meeting ought to turn to  the left. A vehicle overtaken ought to  turn to the left. A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to the right.  W. G. McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, May 19th, icjro.  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subf-'ei'i[ition   has  become   decraped.   and  Chat the  editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  rSave^afJIonef,  *&mmtxicz How!  \Ve want cveiyonelo.feww  ������ ifyat we are paying -  pcrannom crc3ite<J iJithlf  on savings deposited  |J & u\mwj subject ToWh-  @ orawaUr cheque &-  @ <^- 5% InTevbr^  on Me deposits of-  S^Hn-mtlis h over. *  \Vc invest moncf for clients  in lirst mortgagesSDoa  rjeneml financial business.  We waiiMur saving accnt  Sifybu arc not saving ���������-  s^TcmaticauY, ���������*���������-*������������������*������������������*���������  GommenccNwWilliUS.  ftepoflits ty mail ^^  ������������������+���������*���������*��������� easily liaruJlet) ���������  Toucan, 3cq& by Draft,  Post Office + 6^pre5s  OrScr or FJe^istere^^^  better & withdrawals  cau be mai^e^-r- ���������+ "^ +  - * ^7 Wf You ^l1 ���������  Ware Re^ot?5ible  Refer To^-^ ���������+*-*-  . Dana, BrarMreds,  or To anyone m ���������*���������  VHHGOUVeR-  Write ns about it Way  Do it vow! I! 11  Dow,n?ASEfi& Co. Ltd.  GREENWOOD, ,R G.  The Really Best House in the Boundary,  Recently Remodeled and Strictly Up������to~  Dote.     Restaurant in Connection:  , ROY & BOYER       -       -       PROPRIETORS.  Unequalled for Domestic Use."  ANALYSIS OF WATER  Chlorine  ���������  8.14  Sulphuric Acid  063.43  Silica     74.29  Lime  84.57  Alkalies as Soda    5.91  MagnGsia  232.00  Lilhia 86  .^nluhuretted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated aud re-furnished, and  is uow the greatest health re- _  sort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees ol heat. A course oi baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system.' The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are ������2 a day'up; or Ji2 weekly  up. Postofiice, express and telegraph offices iii connection.  m  p  ���������Vancouver B.G.^  WEST TO EAST  MISCJELI.AXKOTJS.  The Big Andy is beinjz smoked  all over the mountains. It is sold  at the Central hotel, Phoenix.  In Phoenix 2ST. J. Carson & Co.  carry a large stock of gent' furnishings, clothing, hats, boots and  shoes. Drop in and have a rubber.  OLD SPOETS  Get your Razors Honed  and your Baths at  Frawley's  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  jj)  Are made in New Westminster and  S sold all over lhe 1'rovince.  I WILBERG  &  WOLZ. ������  IN TIIK COl/XTV COUIIT OF YAL.K HOLD-  .K.V   AT (iltKK.VWUOl).  FOE   SALE.  For Sale.���������1,000 shares of  Boundary Mining and Exploration  Co., Ltd. stock (Midway Coal), at  15c per share. Apply E. G., Ledge  office.  For Salt?.���������One of the best  restaurants in British Columbia.  Address, Jem Mace, Ledge Office.  For Sale.���������A copy of the Copper Hand Book, at a bargain.  ���������Ledge Office.  Horses For Sale.���������Young team  three yeaas old, weighing 800  pounds each. One horse, weighing  1,000 pounds, and 1*4 tont������ of ha}'.  Apply to E. Bailey & Co., Eholt.  Frank FJetcIier  rKoviNciAL Land Surveyor,-  Nelson, B. C.  STAEKEY & CO.  NELSON*, B. C.  \VIiqi,KSAU$  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  R. VV. WIDDOWSON', ASSAYUR  AND 0HKMI.ST���������Charves: dold, silver, copper or lead, SI i.'iich: #old-  silver, JI.SOj silver lead. *?l."<0; /-old*  BiH'er, with co|i|������(!i- or h-.-id, J! ft); /.Inc.  *jj; flilvor-load Kint', ������l I'rWw \Un  other metals on iip;>li(T.finii. Ij'miit rlj..  tanco- 'f.lione lu. V. U B,>x, U IlrA  Nbl-joii, U. 0.  In I ho matter of !hi> .nHlKntncnts Act nnd in  llio irmtti'i- of a JuiiKL'inunt ohtainnU hi this  llniiuialili- Court  llotwut-D  K. .J. Curlier,  I'lnliitiir(.luili;enieiitCrclltor),  ami  Tlie Doiliiilnry Klkliorn .Mining Onm|Miiy, Llin-  Itn.l. (Ni)ii-iicr.soiml Il.ibllity),  Dcfiriirltfiits(.ni(lKOinent I.'cbtor.i).  X. tier* I.������ hereby ttlvcn that on Friday tlieMtli  ilm* of .riiiuiii.ry. 11)11, nt eleven o'clock In tlie  fnr'i'iiooii, at tlie Court-House iu tlio City of  dieemvood. B. 0.. I fliall offer for nalo by Public Aue'ion for eimli to tlio hiphOBt bidder tlie  liuiils hert-luafter mentioned, to.Mfttl.nfy a certain  .liultfi'ineiit iiliovo nmntliiiK-il amouiitinfr to  ii'lll.tn with Inti-rcst ���������ici-rui'd duo from tlie 7th  of March new. to ihe date of the sale ac S p������r  o'lit. l������-r iinniini, nnd cost of pr' eoodltiKH for  m\< un.i ShorllT-H fWd and pjnndaffe. Follow  iiiK is n di'itc iptioii ol tho properly to bo sold.  Tlirrintrrir.il In the Judgement Debtors In Lot  No. HIK, Group oir- Osoyoos Division of Yuln  nNtrlc-t. HrltUb Columbia, boinsr tho KHthorii  Mliu-rul Claim, with all the inlneralH proc-lou.s  and ham* thfi-ounder except surfuco rlglita to II  by 17D I'-et of Hloolton-, Lot/) 13,11,15,16,17.18,  It) and an; In Illot-ku, Lotl; in Bloch 3, Lots 1,  a, tin nil 1.1; In Hlookli, LotSiin BIik-Ic 10. all as  shown nn a map or plan regintercd In the Resist ry f illlee at Kumloopn nn No. O! and also os-  ct-iitiiii; portions of said Lot 818, uornpi-I.tlnn  ol. IM and r>, (f.l 1W) ncro.i res|jcctively as described In o .nvi.yiinco.-4 thereof registered In the Heir-  Wr1 TJ/T Greenwood Minere  H V| Union, No. 22, VV\  ��������� ���������* ��������� i,A* F M��������� meets every  Saturday evcniris- in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.  Also in hall at   Mother Lode niim  Friday evenings at 7.  LESTER MACKENZIE, Sccty  i-try Oilice nt K.-mloopa, suiijoct howovor to  such risht and  Interest lis  aro or may I  hod or claimed bv Clmrlori L. Thomot his liel  he         , rs  cxcfiutora, iulmiiil.siiu.tnrs or aaslxim, by .- rtuo  of nn ucrtflinont dated Ihe Dtli day of Uec-omlior  Ift-'i.1 .ind rowisluruil in said I?'- -Irftri* Oflk-oat  Kiiml-iops, on th- mil day oi .iliuehlM-1 in  ubar/.,'*: Hook, V'id. .1 Ko , W  S. P. OF C.  GREENWOOD LODGE, No. 9  IVfeeta every Sunday Night, at the  Miners' "Union Hall.  C. G. JOHNSON, Sec.  LOWE-^Y'S CLAIM  Dni-itur the 87 months that Lowory'B  Claim was on eai'tli it did businesi all  over the world. It was the most  unique, independent ond fearless journal ever produced iu Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of tho mails,  and its editor ceasnd to publish it,  paitly on ai-cntinf of a lazy liver arid  partly beciiise it takes a pile nf money  to run a paper thai is outlawed. There  ire still '2~\ different editions* of this con  H.r.fi.illowl-.jfohor-r.-.iiippoormi tho ro-jiitcr   -li'inni'd Hiriie.11 in print.   Send 10cents  awilnm the p.ibi la..d(t: ������������ud Kfit. oin* or $'i t,<) and j,'et tbe bunch,  judxaiMitd ' ..       R. T.-LOWERY,"  In favor of Oariudian liaiik of Commcroeob- Greenwood, 13, C  Ottawa.���������The demand for tariff reduction from the West plants  itself equarely upon  the   Ottawa  platform   of  1S93  aud   upon   the  speeches of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and  Sir  Richard  Cartwaight when" in.  opposition.   These all lead directly  ti absolute  free  trade  and   many  people in the West who came to  this  country  recently  havo   been  misled by them.   They are demanding that the Laurier party keep its  pledges which would sound like a  joke were it not for the fact that  these men have not been  long in  the country.    Of course the gov  ernment has no intention of carrying into effect the doctrines  they  preached in opposition.     They are  therefore putting  the  farmers off  with tho pri*tp.xfc that  nothing  can  be done until after Ihe reciprocity  negotiations with tho United titate-3  are concluded.     When the treaty,  however, is finally made  the  government will have to face the growing sentiment in  the  West which  they   havo   underrated.      If   the  treaty amounts to little���������und few-  believe   that it  will   amount   to  much���������the West will not be satisfied.    Now the government is cry  ing to the opposition for help. One  day the Conservatives are charged  with being in sympathy   with   tin  free  tradei-H,   the   next   they   an*  urged to vote with the government  in order to put an end  to the  de  maud   for- tariff  reduction.     TiV  Conservatives   havo   not   had    a  chance to make a tariff for fifteen  years and  they certainly do not  look  upon  the Fielding tariff as a.  work of perfection.    Tariff changes  of various kinds aro bound to c-iiuc  but they will probably come  fnitn  the hands of the next government.  When    the    Western    Farmers  were  here someone hastily organized    the    sessional     me.iPon������'*,r������������  around  the purliuuicut   building*;  in to a ''Quebec Farmers' Alliance"  aud a memoiial was hastily drafted  iu French praying 'that tho tariff  be not reduced.'   A Liberal correspondent handed around   press  notices of this counter-demonstration.    At the last moment someone  got cold   feet aud  the new ''Alliance" suddenly disolved without  presenting the memorial.    There  wa.H groat fcurry then to recall the  prefcti w\,ken,  MUAD������ROU3 GERMAN ARTILLERY.  flnhaof'Vrri-iJjly iJ^.n.Vjtive i'oviei-. Wltl:  ���������   Nh\t ron-ili*r und l-;?:;ilos!rc Slit-lls.  So dt'dtnic-tivo iii i!s  elTeofs  is  tbe ne-.v  "jcrni.-:.n  artillorr tlwi it is asserted, onef-  the ranjje were found, a battery would an  niliibite an entire division iu a  very  short  tiinr>.    1'iima facie,   this set-ms rather to  aordi'i- on the impossible,.but when the re-  -ults uf the experiments which wore recent-  '���������y Hindi!  in the presence  of the  emperor  villi tin; new weapons arc considered the  :.-.sic dues not appc-ar'to the London  Court  ���������'imrnid to be  so  impracticable after all.  Vim lirst shot fired in  tbe  course  of these  -.'xpei-inK-iits was at a  target fjlaccd fifty  .aices from a  wood.    The missile missed  rhe target, but plowed its way for 500yards  through tho  wood.    Shortly afterward o  large area of the wood was discovered to b������  on lire.    This was due to tho shell  being  ���������-���������barged with a certain kind of powder, the  oinpu-iitiou  of which is a secret   known  ��������� nily   to the   German   government.    Th.  ���������splinters from shells burst by this powdei  anil 1'iiv.l by the gi.n cover a circle of COC  -.-et.    This is a great improvement ou  the  :i'.nitc-d area of ground that was covered bj  ���������philters from shells fired by the artillen  .ve.-ipon of twenty years ago.    Then it was  considered ell'ective shooting if splinters  from a shell were thrown within a circuit  of forty ot- lifty paoes and seven or eight  men wounded; but the new gun has  a far  greater destructive power than  this.    Another shell fired  at an  enormous  target,  constructed by the emperor's  orders,   covered it with thousinrls of holes.  The new German field gun  might, per  haps  be  better described as an enlarged  rifle,   for that  is  what  it really is.    The  ammunition,  like rille cartridges, consists  of one piece only.    Ignition is produced by  a ready fuse, and tho four kinds of pro'  jectiles at present in  use, i.e.,   shell, explosive shell,   sbi-apnol,   and   grapeshot,  give place to a uniform projectile,  an  explosive   shell,   possessing   the   combined  characteristics of shell and shrapnel. Thus  the possibility of a gunner mistaking in the  heat of battle ono project Ho  for another  will be averted, while tho loading, aiming  and firing, besides being (piiclcor���������for the  now arm is loaded and fired in ono-third  of   the   time   requiied   in   working   tbe  old  gun,   and   tho   effect  and precision  are almost double���������will bo surer and unattended with danger.     The barrel of  the  newtfjn Ib made of cast steel, with a caliber o'f eight  contimeters,   and   tho total  weight of the gun, limber and  carriage is  slightly less than that of the  old artiilcry  weapon.    Heing lighter,   the mobility of  tho new gun will, of course,  bo consider  ably increased.    The limber and gun  car  rlogo are mado of iron and   iron  plates.  Tho limber box is open  bohind  near  the  gun when in action.     The advantage of  this innovation is tlmt tho  projectiles can  bo served  out from  tho limber and ammunition  wagon  with   greater   rapidity.  Another important foaturo iu tbat tho carriage is   supplied   with   a   brake, ��������� whicr  counteracts tho recoil, the process of loud  ing and tiring being thus simplified.  (Uilliam Boyd, Proprietor,  11  fialcyon, B. & ������  99$  PHOENIX, 13. (J.  Is opposite the Great Northern, depot and is a delightful  : -, .  haven for tlie weary traveler,    (-treat veins of hot water  run through the entire house> and bathrooms are always  at  the  service' of those' in- -search   of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,   .  while the artistic appointment ofthe liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go dowu like eating fruit in a flower .  garden,    The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  a pleasure to drummer's  with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  ag^vasa^fc^fr^^  Cr^C>-r^  H Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  A, and Poultry.   Shops in nearly all the  P towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  ft COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Km^saasaisi^^  go mining  The Argo Mining and Tunnel ( ompany  have placed on the -Market 50,000 Shares of  Stock at 25 cents a;Share until the 15th day of  January.-. After that date the price will. be  raised.  Indications in the Argo tunnel at  presenr  ���������   point to the carl} striking of a large body of ore.  OLA   LOFSTAD,   President.  ;>&3  About Float  Float is not. a periodical.  Tt is a hook containing.86  illtistrntions all told, and  iV Ailed'with sketches and  stories of -western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after tho flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver   long   after  Noah was  dead ;   how a  parson took a   drink   at  Hear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in  '93 ;   how tho  saloon man otitprayod tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   tho  i Reiser Mete I  The-Windsor Hotel is one of the-best funii'dnd  hotels in the West. It is located in the heart of }  Greenwood and within easy reach of all the financial and commercial institutions* of" the" Copper  Metropolis. Heated with steam and lib by elec-  ��������� tricity. Commodious earnplo rooms. The bar is  replete with all modern beverages, and the Cafe  never closes..   Eooms reserved by telegraph.  Tho,Windsor Hotel Co.       ������. J. Oartier, Manager  4  -  V  roaminga   of   a   western  editor among tho tender-.  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of tho Silver King mine.  In it are printed three .  western poems, and dozens of articles too numer-  I  ous to mention, Send for  one before it is too late.  The price is 25 cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world. Address all letters to  R.' T. bowery  OREENWOOD, B. 0,  I

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