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Bunting,^formerly.Vmayor  of this^city is?sperjdirjg,a^few'  days ,ip!the jBoutidary.;{ ..HeThas  beeu a"resident 'fit I Victoria^ since  leaYirg the red,metal metropolis.  4������  K\  ^4  *��������� JC -������Jr S:  j-j, ~i  i������i,sy'f        ���������������  ^. i-*?  f,*>v " i ^  ((    !(���������*  ���������ffli  ���������*������������������������/r        x ^  1^-   ^.V*J  .       m     * " " j', n-r  *t   ^    , ,i^, I *���������<   'j*,w'*j't'1   ������   ������  ���������}  .        ja-if ij        ,ii  s";B,,i> * n-'f*W<.i *?. fis *���������'���������*' \   >*������ !" rj~������' T'   <���������������������������"* ?***",;������j^^ -i������- i  J-)| V*" .^'*-'   '^' ^V",!.   V^Ju,    r-      ,ii���������/^   V     t  *      ^ '        *''/>-!    '"j<''f*ir n.     '      <-', .  TrBr-NEW-LIFE" INSTANTLY-  RELIEVES ANYKIND.OF PAIN \__\t  Jotir life,depends upon the free flowing  circulation of your blood, congested blood  ' t. "Sk'is the cause of disease. ;,-,, t  ' i,\   .f-r-1       1  ^"!'  'f r.7 *���������    r'  -"*    - w  ~ >  .M-,   >���������   *     ������(������,  ,*���������? ..A V ���������>*?*'ka*������'  ..',   sKi^>'J  fit      *���������. ^ F J -i    ���������* - , **    >'   >.>=-  ^^  V. *3h ���������.^���������s:? ������.y tf  iv.  r   i   j       ?    f'  i ^ i, f  ,*ii������.LM  'ul  l*F  Agents A.;1;WHIT^  'Stove an^Fiirniture'Man *  Phone 16", Greenwood, fc C.  ���������>  " Call in for Free Treatmeit"        '  (F  ^eiiwbod?s .Big  Euri  Store  i- ;  A'  ������������������*-���������������������������'. WlR������*1,*-*-V  .:. Seasonable. Presents;  'Rockers   and   Chairs for  foe,. Kiddies.     2������j    m%>  'Morris   Ctiairs.   Pictures,1  ^Rugs,r ^'Carpet   Sweepers,) i -.  r^frGentre^Tables-aad--a-lot b^  articles suitable  grown/tips,    \ .%  ['. VlVc-V^.V^fbr the grow,  '4        .  '<  '������>. Only One Ouality..  '*���������" THE BEST ''  1 j  ^  William C; Arthurs j  THE -/BREAD jk'CAKE* BAKER  Vienna Bakery. Greenwood \  *-v \->    -x       - '<> '  lital,'sufferib'g0r6in general de������  rheat,-/oats and/barley,61,25  .     hundred'at Brown's, Ferry,  tflsh. V'  v'"'  '*    '.       W\    ���������  * J '���������������     '*' ^'tl'-  *i ���������'       ��������� '  ^ In Grand Forks,' Fred Russell  is Setting over Vsevere. attack1 of  rKdimatismi-i V  ,t--i    'I  <������1 is now reported" that the''exodus <from 'EJholt will takefplace  on he 15 th. * T\   -*    '       ^'.u   \  ^our old pipe may be made like  new ,'at a small^cost, send.it-to  W. G.-Kennedy V 1" ,\ *  Sime, redskins were in town  last week sporting' a Christmas  jag >t firewater.'f * * ', 1 ^ \  ' A movement is^on'foot 'to'hold  a W nter Carnival iu one" of the  thre: Boundary ttowns.'    \'i    -  Clarles������.Lund<is in Spokane ex-  chat ging some lots in.that city',  sfor a, ranch near Eholt.     * .*; ���������-,  t .wi iomibh ct curiew wnisue., f  Arrowhead 'has', a /Prpgress^Clab',  Alf Palmer^is trappingnear^CIan  >WiIliam.     }*,*;   *���������  * ?V ,* <j-fc   ���������  Z Sonth^FprfceGeorge-is.Vglefei^  incqrporation;'a>;a 'cit^|jXnbtKer  towntinfchat vicinity,wiirbacalled *  Pnnce George. ^ >## m^Al^'l      r  OIdi'and^ew<Hazelton}wiir,play   " f  1 "If  The case of, Lindsay vs Wil-  namsan the county, court was  dismissed without'costs. ^ "���������*  MR.* Sayers 'arid' R^Bassett of  Stanst'ead, 'Quetfecf ihave Joined  the Phoenix hockey ,team.    '"  Billy Johns killed The bear, and  the boarders at'tfie, sNorden had  Clark's 'died, at?his1 ranch neavr  Midway ou-j^Saturday,from diph^  theria. /-The'/child .was taken ill  while going to school in Midway'  Just as soon as the .Kettle'Val-  leyXrailway" receives official /inspection/ between^'Midway and  Carmi, a^train will'be^uton the  route,to, carry freight-and passengers.      ���������������r ^X u,\ 1r> #  ' ;jA/S. Black'has retnrned Jrom  his-, first Wisit* to vthe coast I in  seven teen.years/ He "met many  old. friends, /and jsaw f' many  changps, | but^ has ^no5 desire^ to  again'live injthe'fog and rain.": fs  -Martin Jensen died ia'the lios-  pital oni.Mondav" from-'cancer of  the Hverr He was about 50 years  ofjige, and had followed railroad-  iag%for many years, at one-time  being a foreman for Pete Larsen.  Fresh*fish/ smok'ed fish. .Salt  fish aids digestion and, deposes  of thU dark'brown  taste in your  There are ^25,000 telephones an  Spokane,  j.  *     ?..��������� r  ,    '^,lA  There 'are 'forty ^)m9m*\\iW^ I'tH^k  Pentictonr    "     *������''������������������<     /   '\ * piewdandf capitalistSfpronSse to.  They have gas to-burn inMed  icine Hat.: '   *    J       A ,/  a **'���������- J���������*   ������<J-J ' ."������?���������.  ,Autos are, still "running.,in "the  Boundary?, 'r j/ ^������w ^ T^Mf  ^lliere is an Improvement Society  in Bui ton City.' ,,' v-V, V* ,r  Last year 150,000/ bricks < were  made in Penticton. Sfy ^ nfl^,Ar  ^/Co'n Sullivan pdied^in>Bepnblic.v  aged sixty-fiveVears. f'Jjr < Kt f , V  A large sawmill ^will vbefbuilt at'  Sieamous,'next4pring.**':'*' -"V^i1-^-,  % Af fruife' box^ factory* is^to !be  started at Mission'City./ \^-\ t  -* There aref6,59^-miles, of railway  in the State of Washington^A V-  Eggs'were fifty cents.,a;d6zen' in  New Westminster last,weeE./^^i  :',The^ chicken, ^thief^ r is < doing a  lively business >in Armstrong.* iftj  im.Last year HO* carloads" of fruit  were shipped'tron^ Penticton   " "  fmtethe business.' r-fi^irj^ i-irj t    *  ?^rr������Ma^6^b^^^ ', k>,  8uddenl^atvKel6wna::vHe?traVf -   ,,'  elled'(8eyeral. years^for^Pither ������& "     V+ 1  Ldsaro^ictoriariW^^^r)? W' "    *������   5  V^^g^h-^^^n-bailfc/acfossV^ ,      ?  (the river at JBeaverdell ia4 ordeFtov,  -* '������*��������� s;   .-*���������    -r  ^������������������-  , BT/M.:'G,|J-BLEY^.���������d'l..  *_ llOpposite Postoffice.- J . t f,GREEkoOD/B. C.'.,    ' \ Phone 27 |C  -V?  s i WALTER   &s   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,  B.  C.  /.>  ^.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  bear steaks'for Christmas.     J  '-  \ -* *  -h. ;���������*   '     ('f  < Jim McGillvray^will, again be  day,clerk at the VVestbridge hotel,  '������^  *<���������,  J A Full Stock oPFirst Class Pipe's.   * Pipe Repairs  V/,  ,     *: "rj   , '^a' Specialty.' l-������    -  ^- ;  H I  <���������    'f  -a       si"  ���������THE' iGA-N^iAN* "BANK  ���������"."'ofvcommerce; :'"'"  SK EDMUND,WALKER, C.V.O, LL.D, D.C.L, President /  ALEXANDER LAIRD    , ������ ,       ' JOHN AIRD      *  'J   General Manager *   i   >     AtmlsUnt General Manafler    \ *  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY^  Li \ '        .      ��������� ?  ~ has seldom been gathered in such  ' an extensive display as the one we  are now showing.    We know you  , will become interested. Not only in  THE ODDDESIGNS  1 ������   i       ii  ^but with therpnces that we have  placed upon the articles.  *If you want to*see the prettiest  * Chains, Lockets, Brooches, ��������� Pins  and Stone Set Jewelry ever shown  in this town, come now. ���������  after'the tenth of vtliis 'month. \  x"~   s      ",<*" '4������-\ i1''**   -^  tJack,<HendersonAspent Christmas in the red metal* metropolis,  ind New/Years at 'dh%.Forks.!   r  Last njghtan the'Intermediate  hockey^  match,   Greenwood  defeated Grand Forks b'y 6 to 5.  * For ' Sale. ��������� Lig it,   medium  and   heavy   sleighs. h Kinney's  Blacksmith shop, Greenwood.    -  Ben Jarvis of Midway .was sent  to the insane asylum last week.  money and  His mania is upon  religion. j i  Send a copy of Float to your  dearest friends.4 You can get one  at The * Ledge office 'for twenty-  five cents. * |     ,..    11 <���������  Jim White died it Molson last  of a runaway  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.  ',    u  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce^enable the traveller to,  provide himself with funds without delay at'each point'of his journey in  a convenient yet inexpensive manner.  They are issued payable in every  country in(the, world in denominations of ,  r  $10,   $20,' $50,   $100,   $200'  with the exact equivalent in the moneys ofthe principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque. , They are economical, absolutely safe^ self-  identifying and easily negotiated. ( * ,  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  St. Jude's Anglican Church  ��������� Services:   Holy Communion 8  a.m. the 2nd & 4th Sundays this  ^   month; Matins, 11 am.;Even-  11     song, 7*30 p.m.; Sunday School,  2 30 p. in.  Rev. Franklin Watson, Vicar.  week asthe result  accident   while  returning from  Bridesville. '<  Mr. Reynolds, [was here last  week,* getting^nformation for the  annual mining edition of the  Daily News.       ' |l  Alex Stewart formerly of Eholt  is putting up a building at Newport, and will-open a drug store  in the spring.      il,  ^   ���������   _    t The % C.  P.  R.  employees  at  ������* *" Eholt have receivea the deeds for  their lots in Graild Forks, from  the corpora tion^of ithat city.  M. P. Wetherell will leave for  * *  J. T. BEATTIE,  BOOMS   TO   LET  In the Swayno House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths (free to guestSr  WANTS, Etc  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Brandies  f;,B&qk"of 'Montreal  " } ( ESTABLISHED 1817        i  Capital, all*paid up, ^16,000,000' Rest, $16,000^00.  UNDIVIDED ^KOFITS,   81,855,18B.30  Hon. President: I,ord Strathcona and Mount Rovm,, G. C.M.G.   >  i President: R. B. Angus, Esq.- , ( > *'  Vice-President: Sir E.' S. Cwuston, Bart. '   f  General Manager I H. V.'MBRBDmr, (ESQ.  I Branches in London, Engf,{������^p������i!} New York, Chicago  J Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, avullable in any part ofthe world.    ,  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT '"K^r:''  Greenwood Branch  - O. B. Winter, Mgr.  For Sale.���������A No. 1 Westman  & Baker, Gordon press. The  Ledge, Greenwood.  Calgary in a short time, where  he has secured an engagement  with a moving picture show.  Norval Baptie'and Isabel Butler, champion ice skaters of the  world, will give an exhibition in  the Greenwood rink this evening.  At   Grand   Forks  the  Douk-     ,-.   .,    ,     _ ^    ���������   T .  hobors are advertising that next     0n ??"d*y S?ter * Johns aP"  summer, thev will have a million Pfured w the pohce court-charg  t,-:_i��������� r i-.A.^i. .. ,   ed by game warden Blackmore,  with having venison unlawfully  mouth caused by high" living'at  Chris'mas time.   U A.> Smith &  Co., Anaconda, have a fine assortment of'all kinds., )  <'   .     ;>/t  Eighteen ��������� claims*! on,,Copper  mountain near Chesaw have been  bonded to a New*York syndicate  for "$200,000,: It'is thought the  Granby ��������� is   behind , the .,-deaK  Harry Morgan and his partners  are^the owners ofthe claims, J- ,\ J  '���������^Recently the' proprietor,of the  Westbridge hotel was fined %& for  fell?8"^Aaliwfully "some \ deer  meat in-bis hotel:^He^dfd^not  know the meat was^in his house,  until it was located .by theeame  warden.v^     -^     ' * - *,    v    \    /  There will be church ' services  in the school-house, ^"Midway on  Sunday, Januaryv" Sth.^iu,1 the  afternoon, at 3 p. m.,,?the Rev.  A. M. Lloyd, of Rock Creek will  speak on "Christmas and Charles  Dickens." Hymn books provided.   All welcome. l ' -  There has been only 'one case  of diphtheria at Midway, although as a matter of precaution  Salters hotel, with the exception  of the barroom, has been quran-  tined. The residences of T. S.  Burkmar and T. A. Clark' not  far from Midway are also under  quarantine. >_* * <���������   ���������  i        s  For a change of diet.' after the  holiday festivities there is nothing nicer than a palatable meal  of ,eastern * fish, Canada cod in  two pound boxes, t cod strips in  bulk, whole codfish skinned, and  Halifax shredded'in one pound  packages, phone 21, L. A. Smith  & Co., for further particulars.  Walter Purdy aged 17 years  died iu the hospital last week  from meningitis, after an illness  of three days. His parents reside in Ferry, his father being  the well-known poultryman. The  funeral took place on Monday,  having been delayed until- Mr.  Purdv returned from California.  ���������N'o, more ' poll *vtaxes ^will be  collected in British,Columbia.^5*; ,  Edmontonvwill spend 812,000,-  -950^Pon,civic*improvement8.c;t /- /  ^The^Eadbourn ''hotel WOroville  "^hoW-at^OkMagan^ Falls  will be enlarged in'the spring.'1 * ������  ' The;tfndBonfBa������Oo/l^a.$eo,.  000 fire in������Hazeltonlast month:^^  ^'Artliur^Romley ^died fn*Summer-  land last'week from tubercolosis. ;*  ^Wong ^inf had'his' "head^blown  off .while blasting stamps at Sidney.  There^ is j a motor" carj for every  forty-ttjree inhabitants in'vVictoria.  vKaslo' people consumed 1^500  pounds of .turkey "during the holii  day8  r������*3 .^ v -^*r >*^,hfv  /Last year, fifty; miles ;of 'roads  were openedfrip yh- South 'Van-'  convert vt������! *- ������^**,- \;,V<; ">*.>-  ���������0.i W.' j McGillvray has -, boucht  More than $50,000 worthfof gold  is shipped, from /Greenwood "every^  month,^and no real-estate Cbooster <S  has everrmentioned this fact:-^j }^t'  'P!i^^CafI!idia,1?;:N"ortbern .railway,".  between Yale and KamlobpsKf The t  longest one is 2,887 feet'at'Battle "  Bluff,^^   r���������    ^t.\'    ������������������������    ,.<wti 4  - No skating on Sundays'is allow- ��������� j  ed in the rink" fat Blairmore, -but'i-  the^tpeople of *that 'town'ean walk,-4,  on^theroads upon-sany dayrofthe"\  vtroatr ���������**"*��������� \     ���������*'    ** .       ���������> S  J ������       f  weett.^ ,.___k^ (���������' t(Jf ' , ?ii\-  ' There are 2,500,men"working on.XS  ge Grand *Trnnk^Pacifie^east - of S%  Hazelton,"and'more men coming in '--f  daily., ,The 'grade to* Telkwa will V'  be finished this month..' ������ ' f '^.  A1 poker game in ^Kamloops" was ^  recently,raided by^the police;and '-r  all the chips, money, liquor,and ^  chips confiscated. ��������� R*'Hynnywaa?'-?  fined 8100 for; keeping theJjoint,v^r  and the t players nwere' fined '���������'from- r  810 <K>820.^,^y^n ������^^  -' Lo������18  /Johnson 6was - killed ������������������������ afc\'.  Naramatta by an exploiion,'of dyna-' ?_  to the city.      -   ^ ��������� - , -.    ,,,>,���������  Early' in December there  was  more than two^feet of snow in  Barkervjlle. ���������*j   ""  r ���������  <-    *      :  ^Mrs." Jenkins has been a member j  of the School Board in Victoria for  sixteen years. "��������� v' *  A company has built a pipe line  170 miles long to supply natural  gas to Calgary.       * k   ���������     ^  A thief broke into Kwong Bang's  store in Barkerville and' stole' his  prize chickens. ^  Every day at Molson tha farmers  are delivering more than two carloads of grain.       *,   i  'Last month autos were still running between Edmonton and Athabasca Landing.  This year some work will be  done on an asbestos claim near  In a short time^JohnsWwas dead.v i  Others shonldvlearn how'to handle '/V  powder so it will not explode'tire- i*V  maturely. *'," ;��������� ������������>s-- *Vo ",<������>**  i  A  SendKforia catalogue *-of 'head-'*},  stones and] monnments", madtf by \ "J  the Kootenay Monumental Works,'^ '*  Nelsdr., B. C. '  '   *v'* "   ������������������������ \V  \THB NELSON SHIELD^i  *��������� < *���������  ������<   u "     ^      *'*   V" v.  At the recent school closing the*^"^  Nelson Shield won by AlexvShaw^**'  aroused considerable interest. An  account of this shield and an explanation of what it stands for may  be of interest^to ourjreaders.  \'y  The shield   is  mounted, on ���������* a  Okanagan Falls. s  .Pool is five cents a game in Sid-|m������/>^��������� ���������v*���������ij  u     j .' --  ney, and soft drinks five'cents a wooden 8^eld-shaped frame some-  bottle.   Salt water is free.  Steve Slinger has closed his cigar  store in Hazelton, and will open at  Granby Bay in the spring.  J.,Moirrat has opened a cafe in  Athabasca Landing. At one time  he was a chef in New York.  For the Allen estate at Vassean  lake, in the Okanagan, 50,000  fruit trees have Been ordered. *  For Rbnt.���������Furnished houses.  A. L. White.  x For  Sale. ��������� A   four-roomed  house on  Church street.   Price  $150.     Apply   to  D.   A.   Mac  Donald, - .  Automobile Skates  Striking New Models  New Shipmeqt Just Arrived  A. Ll vWhite, Phone 16  Eat meat only once a day, and  don't drink tea with it.  bricks for sale at $13 a thousand.  It is reported that Judge Williams of Phoenix has had one of  his legs amputated,' He has been  in an hospital inT Toronto for  eight months.  Service in tMc Presbyterian  church next Siuday, January  Sth, at 11 a. m., Sunday School  and Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev.  J, R, Munro Pasjor.  The first hockey of the season  was played in the Greenwood  rink ont Saturday evening, between .the Smejter and "Mother  Lode teams. The Smelter won,  the score being (light to five.  Ernest Miller! M. P. P., is in  the hospital ai Grand Forks, and  will not be able to get out for a  in their possession. Magistrate  Hallett thought that there should  be some common sense in deer  meat matters, and dismissed the  case. The game warden has  given notice of appeal.  A Welshman by the name of  H. T. Hughes was assaulted by  four- Bohunks in Phoenix last  Thursday night, Mike Bastah  was fined $25 for being implicated, At the same court Isaac  Cavinovich waa fined $25, and  also given one month in jail for  carrying t firearms. Iu addition  his revolver was confiscated.  what larger than the shield itself.1 *",  The upper part of the shield is an-V 'j,  embossed'picture of a frigate of/,"  Lord Nelson's day." Immediately"^* '*'  below it is a relief of Lord Nelson, 'J ^  flanked on bne side by the famous  words "England expects that every VH  man will do his duty" and on the ���������  Two hotel men in Dawson were other by * $he -.words,   "Admiral >**. v������  fined 8100 each last week, for run- Lord Nelson, October 21st.; 1805."  A%  ning poker games in their houses.  ftn _ QnnnlI K������������������������������������^  ... 1     I    -  '"-  *���������'*���������  Un a scroll beneath thiB, again ara     , sJ  the words,  "Made of. copper from.     , ������������������ ^  hisH.M.S. Victory & Fpudroyant.    ,^V  ������������������_���������       Presented by^Lord Strathcona fc^.!^  -S^S?^8*^0"2?^ lfoan*Boy,l,������ Q- CM.^.through^V^'  was fined 8300, or six ^months ink, .���������..*_' . ��������� ., , ��������� A:*J ^'\  jail. /' British and Foreign Sailor's Society.  \j^  for ^Canadian" Schools".������\ AVptfe',1-)'^  very bottom' is thet Eoyal* Cipher.^ \}&  Across the top of the frame is a ' r; ^  separate copper scroll bearing the���������*v    ,V  word, "Greenwood." ' At the bot- v [>"   ^  torn is a copper' rectangle bearing^ *   'f'  ning poker games in their houses.  At Laurier work has been resumed on the Laurier mine. W.  A. Pfeifer has charge of the work.  'Adam  Abraham for  supplying  Mi  When tho well's dry wo know  tho worth of water.  The C.P.R. is putting on,' some  of its largest'engines to run between Lethbridge and the Crow  towns. j  v   >  .TrainB are hauling ties' from  Curlew to Oroville for the new  railway south of Oroville to Wen-  atchee.  In Alberta there are 2,019 organized school districts. The demand  for teachers is greater than the  supply.  E. V. Chambers has opened a  job printing office in Victoria. He  ran a paper in Armstrong for  many years. ,  Gus Altman is serving three  months in the Nelson jail for supplying liquor to an interdict in  Grand Forks.  A. McLeod of Morden, Man.,  thinks that it would coBt 850,000,-  000 to pipe Medicine Hat gaB to  Winnipeg.  i  the words "Warden of the shield  for this year" above and the Latin ^ j V i  motto, "Palmam qui meruit ferat,"    "^ ^  meaning "He'bears the reward  who'deserves it."   Between is a'  space for tho name of the bolder.  On tho back of the frame is a ,<  card explaining the purpose of the '  shield. ������It reads, "This 'shield is  made ot pure copper 'of Lord Nel-  son'B own flagships, Btamped wittt ��������� i sus  '( *v '  K'; */  ������lft   *>'  .-,''   t  ivAV I.  J;'..  M  m  rf  *.-  i,i' *'  4*  i M  v^'yi  j-,  n:  ;.-^  THE   LEDGE, ('.GEEENWO0D,,  . .    .THE  LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. l It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that ad  vertising is the life of .trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce, To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  LOWERY  R.  T.  EDITOR    AND  FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, JANUARY 2, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that yonr Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  Full many a good resolution, is  born to die before it is a week old.  The reader must appreciate that  which is written, or else the work  of the writer is lost.  It is rough riding on a water  wagon, and we would advise the  passengers to nail themselves to  the tank.  Thinking Themes  In B. C. church property is now  exempt from taxation. We will  probably have Separate Schools in  a year or two.  In Greenwood, Bowser's Liquor  Act looks like five cents, while in  Midway it is bigger than a barrel-  of silver dollars.  ' Many a good resolution is already tottering to its ruin, "while  here and there a few are already  dead to the world.  - It is thought by some people,  that at; least two of the license  commissioners in Greenwood  should be hotel men.  Early yesterday morning a long  line of water wagons took to the  road. Most of them will be in the  ditch before the month is out.  In Revelstoke the other Sunday  a preacher in the pulpit shouted,  ������'Is the young man safe!" Yes, if  he reaches the base before the ball.  The editor of Cotton's Weekly  remarks that Canada is the fall  guy for tho British war lords. He  does not explain the meaning of  guy.  ���������We have received a copy of the  Christmas number of the Vernon  News. It is the largest paper of  the kind that haB ever been issued  from the town a size of Vernon.  License commissioners bave no  right to permit hotelkeepers to  break the law, and if any loss or  damage is caused an individual  through the law being broken,  then the city becomes equally liable  with the hotel men for such cases.  During the month of December,  the editor o'f Greenwood's leading  excitement, did not use any tea,  booze, coffee or tobacco, and had  from two to three square meals  day. This is a record held by no  other poet or editor in the world.  u jf  The Eeview ia the name of paper  just started at Sidney, a rising  town on, Vancouver Island. We  look for that town to grow rapidly  as some of the business men are  filling tbe new journal with page  ads. The editor is an adept at  weaving words in paragraphs, that  will please, stnrUe, and interest the  pn|dto/;'' ,/,  , Freedom is not only impractical,  it is impossible; it is oven inconceivable.  It is "a dream of a dreamer who  dreams he is dreaming."  If you were to wake" up some  morning with the consciousness  that you were utterly free to do as  you please, you would be paralyzed.  Human life is possible only under the condition of certain laws;  human happiness is found only in  obedience to those laws.  I said freedom is even inconceivable. ' Theologians assert that  God himself is not above His laws.  We cannot grasp the unconditioned.  The primeval- savage in the  jungle is bound in a hundred ways,  he has less freedom than the poor  lady at court. For we are freer  now than were our ancestors,  merely because we have developed  law to a higher decree. The only  way, it seems, to get freedom is to  take it away.  Legislatures and courts are constantly limiting the freedom of the  individual. They dictate the hours  he shall work, the pay he shall get,  the way his children shall be  taught, when he shall fight and  keep the peace, and a hundred  other limitations of his desires.  There is not such thing as freedom: What we mean when we  say the word is justice in laws.  For the only freedom is justice.  -Dr. Frank Crane.  Gordon  cially    represented    by  Buukle of Vancouver.  At present by far the greater  proportion of British Columbia's  fresh lamb and mutton supply  comes, as it always has, from  Oregon and otber states to the  south, although of late years New  Zealand and Anptralia have been  contributing appreciably, thanks  to cold storage facilities.  That British Columbia should  grow its own supply, having hundreds of beautiful valleys now in  waste land that are eminently  adaptable to*sheep husbandry is  the conviction of Mr. Farnsworth  and his apsociates, and they have  accordingly taken, np twenty-five  sections of beautiful land, comprising Homo 10,000 acres, in the  Naas river valloy, whore thoy will  establish their industry almost  immediately, with an initial flock  of two thousand selected sheep.  Incident to this enterprise the  provincial public works department is in which he says:  "I bog now to make formal  application for the construction of  a trail in tho Naas river district,  i  from the end of tho pieseut trail at  Alice Arm east to the junction of  the White and Flat rivers, about  ten miles from the foot of Meziaden  lake. I have acquired twenty-five  sections of land in that vicinity  and have men there this winter  making preparations for a sheep  ranch which I propose to establish  next summer provided your government will put through this trail so  that we can get across to^the land.  "I may say that it is impossible  to drive sheep into that country  over the trail built this year from  Stewart to Meziaden lake owing to  its narrowness and the dangerous  character of the country it traverses.. On the other hand it will be  an easy matter to get in from Alice  Arm, as the country is open and  the divide to be crossed a low one.  In fact that all will be necessary  will be three short bridges and perhaps some brushing through "the  thickest part.  tenance of the trees on the mount-  '' *    \ <   ' < i *  ain slopes for the purpose of wat'ir  conservation!    InlesB populatfd  districts   this  policy   is (steadi  growing.  . Ranchers,  particular  those dependent on irrigation,  seeing the folly of allowing timl  to burn, and are demanding'tiat  the upland slopes be placed in pe  tf  serve in order to insure a constant  supply of water. In this connection lit is interesting to<note,she  opinion of an authority hvphe  East. '-  ' "We must either  reforest t>ur  reforest  denuded acres in, Ohio or , biild  ety  be  Big Sheep Ranch  The announcement recently  made in _ The Minor that Boston  capital represented in Vancouver  by Gordon Rnnckle was prepared  to make heavy investments in Naas  river land for the purpose of establishing a large sheep ranch, is corroborated in a recent issue of the  Victoria Colonist. The new industry is expected to be established  next spring when at least 2,000  sheep will be driven to the site of  the syndicate's holdings between  the south end of Meziaden lake and  the Flat river, a tributary of the  White river, via Alice Arm. While  Stewart will be the supply point  for the ranch it will be necessary,  however, to toke the sheep in from  the south, as it would be impossible  to drive a large flock over the narrow pack trail existing between this  point and Meziaden lake���������the  shortest route to the range���������as  they Would be liable to crowd one  another off. In outlining the scope  of the enterprise the southern paper  publishes the following article:  A long step forward in the direction of placing British Columbia  in the position of being independent in tbe matter of fresh meat  supply is contemplated by a group  of Boston capitalists, headed by  W. A.  Farnsworth, and'provin-  Norway Cod  Cod fishing is one of tho greatest  ���������if not the greatest���������industry in  Norway. It is estimated' that the  total value of the cod catch of this  year is about $6,000,000. When  to this is added the value of the  by-products, wo get a total of  about $10,000,000, or $7,000,000  kroner.    A great amount of the  r t  catch is sun-dried, and exported to  Sweden, America and .Canada,  where it is used under the name of  lut-fisk. ( No Scandinavian, wherever he may dwell, feels that tho  jnle-tide ', is fittingly observed if  lude-fiek is omitted from his bill  of fare. The great Norwegian  fishing banks at Lofoten, Finn-  marken and Romsdalen lank  second only to the great Newfoundland banks, but when it is recalled  that the fishing period of the latter  place extends virtually over six  months, -that is, from April to  October, the Norwegian banks  must be rated the highest for there  the fishing months are only the  latter part of January, February  and March. During this time the  Norwegian fishing banks teem with  boats. At Lofoten alone about  40,000 men with a fleet of about  8,000 vessels are busily engaged in  the catch. Both nets and lines  are used, but the latter is by far  the most usual. Four hundred  fish per man is regarded as a good  day's catch'. Years ago the fishermen were often obliged to sell at a  sacrifice,  but with better  means  i  of communication and increased  demand, both from the foreign and  the home market, the fishermen  are now getting better pay for their  catch than ever before.  cyclone cellars to provide-sa  from the windstorms that are  coming common in the state."  This is the conclusion of Al P.  Sandles, secretary of tlie Ohio Etate  Board of Agriculture, after a iare-  ful investigation of storm damage  through the state during the present year.  Sandles, who always is digging  through tho facts connected with  agriculture in the state, is/ strong  for more trees. He is fimly convinced that, with thous&nds of  acres of trees growing, theie.would  bo Ipss storm damage, ' more surplus moisture stored up! in tbe  earth for the benefit of thegrowing  crops and a better condition gener-  ally for all 'the people. His first  advice is to plant trees, if he-has  anything further it would be to  keep on planting trees.  "The storage of surplusmoisture  for the growing crops is largely de-  pendent on the timber area about  the headquarters of stream and  near the farms" Sandles claims.  He insists that, with more trees'in  the state there would be more and  better corn, oats,'wheat and hay  and even the high cost of living  would be given a fatal thrust if the  trees were planted and natural conditions for this climate restored.  "The state'ought to have thousands of acres of new growing trees  planted next year, he says. We  ought to increase the acreage of  trees planted "everys year until the  denuded hills again are covered  with the trees that are supplied by  nature when the country was wild.  With thit will come the restoration  of natural conditions and the state  will be much more prosperous.  Plant tho trees, fertilize the acres  that have yielded uncomplainly for  over a CBntury, use sound judgement in tbe rotation of crops and  Ohio will again produce a score of  bushels of wheat per inhabitant and  tho queption of the- high' cost of  food stuffs in that line,  will have  been settled."  \  pressure ' with high temperature.  The'cellulose is heated',together  with water'at a' pressure ,-of- ,100  atmospheres and the product cannot,', it ie said, be distinguished  from ordinary hard coal.   'l* "s "> '*������.  .,."* l  't-i  i"i  H  WESTERN  Y HOTELS.  Call for Lumber  A! Good Move  Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister  of agricul.ure for Alberta, has  placed an order with a firm in  Montreal for a thousand pure-bred  Barred Plymouth Rocks, Rhode  Island Reds, Buff Orpingtons and  White Wyandottes for delivery  early next jspring to the provincial  poultry farm' in Edmonton. The  birds are solely for breeding purposes. Stock and eggs will be delivered to farmers and poultry  growers direct from the experimental farms in various parts of  the province. It is expected that  several thousand high-grade birds  will be added to the flocks during  the coming year. Mr. Marshall  believes tbe best way to encourage  the industry is to assist the farmers.        ,  Artificial Coal  {That New Zealand will call upon'  British ' Columbia and (with the  completion of, the Panama Canal)  eastern Canada for timber supplies  to a greater extent as years'.go by,  is proved by ,the following, extract  of a report;, by the New Zealand  Lands Department: > ,' ',       ' -;  , | 'From ,the more accurate information that is now available, it  will be seen that there is ample  justification    for' the   diminished  ' * i '    <���������  estimate of our timber supply. An  impression prevails that, owing to  the increased use of substitutes for  timber in, constructions of build-,  ings, the future demand may not  be so great as was anticipated.'  But, as the population of tbe Dominion (New Zealand) is constantly, increasing, and there is'rapidly  increasing demand for timber in  every branch ofrindiiBtry, we must  realize that our timber resources  will be taxed to their.utmost capacity in a very few years, and the  future' generations - wiU have, to  face a serious' problem that, up to  now, has, not been regarded, with  much concern.   - *  "Out, of the gross amount of  milling timber, .estimated to exist  at the present time, the report  continues" it will be noticed that  nearly one-third is composed of  timber riot 'commercially used ' to  any extent, also a large portion is  situated, on land, too difficult'of  access to be profitably worked for  many years -to come. The,,net  quantity likely to be available ,for  saw milling would therefore  amount to 16,000,000,000 superficial ffiet. > .    '  The report goes on to state that,  as the present output of timber is  over 400,000,000 superficial feet,  it is a' fair assumption that'-ihe  average output for the next generation will be about 450,000,000  superficial feet. If the present  estimated supply is divided by this  amount, it will be seen that there  is only sufficient timber to last tbe  sawmiller 'for about thirty-five  years, and this is without taking  account of the inevitable loss that  periodically occurs through accidental fires.  During this period large supplies  of foreign timber might be expected  to arrive, and so reduce the strain  on local forests, but, as every  country in the world would be  feeling the effects of the universal  demand, it was not to be expected  tbat such timber could be procured  after ten or twenty years, save at  much higher prices than now current, and in,gradually decreasing  quantity. *    -  The annual output in British  Columbia at the "present time is  about one and a half billion feet,  or over three times the consumption of New Zealand, and this is  only one-quarter of the possible  production, the sister colony will  be able to secure timber for many  years. But British Columbia  woods stand a tremendous risk  from fire. Only through adequate  fire protection will this province  be able to hold her'place in the  lumber world.  .i -. '   ''. -'j-1  .,     '      i'.f' ;*  NKWMABKKT., HOTEL   ,','   i    v''     i������I ,  ' ' , n ,' * * i ��������� i ' r  ,-     i.Is the home for all' tounata and  / '-'millionaires visiting tNew,'Den-  ������    *',ver,,British Columbia. '/* <"*<,���������   jt  ^ * ,.-,     * * A. JACOBSON) Proprietor. *,' -  THE 'FROVINOS!-HOTEL *  ,''- ,' ,'''(, ..  i ��������� t      , ���������>    ���������, *        *. *  fc> . ; .Grand Forks,'"B.C., is inthe centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  i  -   with   every f'accommodation'-.at  i  r ^reasonable rates.*' f ',   ���������   ,-.*!   ,>  :.    '    .      .'    .r    "��������� '      - ' -'  '   ' '" , lEmUlI.ar8en1|Proprietor,  ���������    "' -v      -i     i,      '|.'li\   .\i    ',     l ,  ,  THJ5   KASLO, HOTKL   ,'".(, tv,y, ' ,  .r'    i Kaslo; "B." C,,',' is]"&'^comfortable  , ,' home for, all. who travel to'that  \ city.. ' i, ,^ -I .;',;;.. '  r Cookie & Flip wort il., ���������  !<> ���������"->  HOTEL KEREMEOS,'  .;,,.(..  <A(<  t' Opposite depot y-Extehsiye .alter  ���������JRations 'havei-recentlyMbeen^ made Y  \ ^rendering, this s hotel' one of thq^  *' most', comfortable, in (the '-interior.,  "i ;-., ,���������.*!  is   .  SHERBttOOKK   HOUSE  ('i  Nelson; B/C. One minute's ,walk  from C. P. R * station.' Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated andyen-,  tilated. i j.    v   |  LAVINGE & DUNK. Prop! Ie tors.  THEMONT,. HOUSE '���������',     ',        ,  - .   Nelson. B. C; is run on the, Am-  rr    i erican and European plan. Steam  ' cheated rooms. All white labor.-  r , -I Special,attention,paid to'dining  ������������������       room. ....',    '7.'/''*  ' >*   -    iKangomo & Campbell, Props.  -1,  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton," B.r C. is the ^headquarters -for  miners, "investors  ,   and railroad men.   A'fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  BrUJ>E9VlI,LE   HOTEL.    ,^' ,,  , ' 'Bridesville,,- B. C.  ,This hotel  is  ���������within easy reach of all the leading  , i     t Boundary towns and the centre oi  a fine farming district. ->_ i ,  '       TH03IAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.  HOTEL CASTLEGAR,1 Castlegar June-' j  ���������I  ,   ���������, - - h *������������������> '     '���������-"'r - .  if. i, ition.;    Alllmpdern. ''-'.Excellent  is   \ accomodations'' foV, tourists!;and/..  , u 'drummers, boundary train leaves *\  '    . ^hereat'9.10a.ni.?;,i   TJ'\;^,:J^  ^,',,',-vi,,',   . *.;*w, h,> gage." Praprietof j'>:  ���������ji'i '/    i'    I'.i   ',>,, t    |   ' Ai  *.    J  ,    *���������,    .,',.'.  mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm w'  j.^    ,   . .       *rt"*     i*.      i        ...       '..,      i.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL    '?!" 'i']Jft  - i?' Granite,Creek,* BrCT Headquar- <,  "���������' il't, \ ter's. for miners/prbspectors and1 '���������  '.,,j'',\ railroad ,meh.'i3*Good*stablingr in ������.-v  lYr v connection.V'' Tasty tmeals'������atid,'  ''/,������*" ''pleasant rooms,1 <f,,;;;. V; ^ i V ' .V''  \rv    ���������������������������'������������������W,'.   H.GOODISSON. Proprietor .  ;.v j '*v i ' -"> ...>-!,-'. , ���������.' <  J  .'".*!  ALGOMA HOTEL  ' _���������/,')' Deadwood,1, B.,}Ci>"'*This''hotel as^-  ��������� }' . within easy distance of Greenwoodyt;  ' '.' and provides a .comfortable',home";'  i*. r for*travellers. < 'The"'bar, has,the ..j  ���������' ' *>, best of wines, liquors and cigars.' (r*'  '������-,'' ,''    JAMES HENDERSON. Proprietor',J.  1 "     *s > *'r? *       ,-- ��������� ���������  ."    *���������-,.!  Mni^aMRaiBSiBsnsBBaHBHBflBanMMHi >-  *���������     "       , * Il   f i'^"*       u\        "'l^t^,   I ", \. ,.     \  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL*1. "     H  *   ill     ' >     i       -      ' '       Ulf '    'ft-    ,. '  Princeton. This hotel Is new, comfortable/<-  ,      well-furnished, and la close to the railway  >  -    depot."'Modern accommodation and saui-,,;  pie rooms,;  \',���������- ''\    \*,    - ^1/   *.  " V '^'SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors' "  /'  Frank FletcKer-'?'.;;���������:;l.Y'  '.Provincial Land",Surveyor,.,' -\  ** ���������' '   ''������������������* V,-''   '������������������ '-N"els'onVrB.^a  iA'  *  J.vB'^ CAMERON,? , .  ';''���������>       ,','���������**       , . >' >- >-i    ' t       ,���������������  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.;,','  V-k'A'sLo',1'  *-ti, *> ���������.   - *i<  B,. '?0-.'  LAKEVIEW   HOTEL       *' >,.*,*.  .   , ' ���������' !"���������;."'.'  in  Nelson, B. C,   employs,,all  r,.    - white help and,is a home for the  . , < world at jl.OOa'day?    ; .'c./'VL,  i ,  - - Nap. Mallette,- Proprietor.  r-   *  H.'\:W.,'FfUL*mer;  .<" Notary-PuMlc^Real^Estate.^Etc/  \ /Roick Creek; B������  *Vr  ARGO TURK  , ���������'"-   ,   Work' goes -steadily;, pw at,' b  - "--'-the- Argol-mirie^ atfd*. indications^;-'  ." point to "the" early, striking of the '   ".  lead.   "From the-amount; of lead  matter that has recently been en-  -  countered it looks as though  a,,  large deposit of high grade ore  might be struck any day.    A few  " ~  shares of the Argo mining stock- , -,  make a good  holiday   present, " -���������  and at the same time-will assist ^ -  one of the; most important renter-,-"- ,  prises in the- district. , He who v ;  helps'his town helps himself,,"    ������������������*';���������;���������  OLA LOFSTAD  President  JAMEJS McCREATH'  ., - . Secretaryv ,   / '  Tree the Hills  In many parts of British Columbia there has been for 'a long time  a strong sentiment for the main-  Prof. Dr. Bergins, of Hanover,  claims to lave succeeded in pro-  due ing artificial coal, says an exchange. The process consists in  the application of heat and pressure to cellulose or to ordinary  turf. In nature the coal forming  process. _tqj>k 8,000,000 yeare to  complete, 'whereas Dr. Bergin^s  process takes only about eight  honrs. He places his cellulose in  a specially! constructed apparatus  which perniits  of the  union   of  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  Quebec's Lumber  i-jm <���������  //'*  .irti.  ���������ftl.m.:*.  *���������',  i.  The timber resources of Quebec  are enormous, though greatly diminished in past years, by forest  fires. The privately owned timber  lands comprise about 6,000,000  acres and are able to supply 1)00,-  000 to 1,000.000 of wood per annum  for years to como. The Island of  Anticosti olone is able to produce  80,000 to 100,000 cords per annum,  for years, a good portion of which,  however, will probably be converted into pulp in tbe near future,  as a large mill is now in process of,  erection there. Pulp mills are also  in process of construction in other  parts of this district, so that the  pulp industry, especially in this  district, is bound to witness a  great boom in the near future.  A Political Failure  Stephen Leacock the political  economist of McGill University, is  a humorist, of high degree. Here-  marked the other day that:  '���������In Canada I belong to the Conservative party, but as yet I bave  failed entirely in Canadian politics,  never having received a contract to  build a bridge, or make a wharf,  or to construct even the smallest  section of the Transcontinental  Railway. This, however, iB a form  of ingratitude to which one becomes accustomed in this Domln-  at,gambling. On,'his return he  was questioned about this report.  He answered:    t _,'- '*'  "I was much too seasick to play  cards, and besides I seldom gamble.  My business was to run gambling  houses, not to play myself." i,  Who does not, know the clean-  cut, well set up bartender who  "never touches-the stnff?" The  "gambler''*is like him. He knows  too much about his trade to play.  A longer warning against gambling  could not be more convincing.  ion  >>  This Chap Knows  New York Sun: A resident of  New York who recently attained  a wholly undesired notoriety took  a short sea trip for his health, in  the course of which was reported  that ho bad won considerable sums  .    I    - * -   / *'.  The famous. Malpeqne oysters ...  comes from  Richmond, or  Malpeqne bay, Prince Edward Island. ..  A recent survey of the bay by the  Provincial government showed that  it had an area of 14,700 acres, a  large part of which is now barren.  Under the new leasehold system,  this area will now be made available for planting, so that in the I  course of a few years Malpequo'  oysters should become plentyf ul. ,  Subscribers are reminded that!  The Ledge is $2 a year when!  paid in advance. When not sof  paid it is $2.50 a year.  Quickly stop* cougha, cure* cold*),' and healii  tbe throat Mid lunii. ,,   n  ,  n      20 c������nt������,|  >v  _*. v*y-'V# v*4.h r%^i M$-\ irK^m:M  i >  .^,.)v  ^ ^  jij-^i  J "v .V   *��������� '    ���������������  tfr  U  GBEEN.WOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  ���������, i  Manufacturing jeweler  The Only Up-to-Date .Optical    lSLJ^w  Department in the Intel ior.    ^eiSOn,  f f  ;  (  I  ������������������> rx**K~:^XK"X������*K������:**^^^  *    TEMPERANCE       '    Y " ''*  i.  w-  t  j is all right if shorn of humbuggery  Too much water, drinking) is just  1 as injurious as too much'liquor or  anything else , )   >   > *l  OUR PURE WINES K,     f  ;AND LIQUORS '" *'   *', ^  are medicinal if not abused    Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors m  the" closet  for   emergency���������either  ( unexpected visitors or sudden ill-  i ness, when a drop ofJpure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  ��������� for drugs      i ( f ^I  , Greenwood ������i<juor {Koritpany, Importers, Greenwood, B. 0. |  ���������������***���������������������������*: ������>M";������w������K������>������*5**^H^*>**>*H":-������ <K*<w*<4*<^*>������i>*i^*<������e^<^<^>*>^:r5":������  The Shortest Way.  Ootof  4  -?.*-  '���������������������������vr  )'?>,  A Difficulty  i  * w  *   *"rBy JAMES 0. ANDREWS *..���������$  *  ' *    *.' i11  irMrklcirictVrirkikrtlcr^^  '^Major MacDonald,* as'the name Indicates,  ,bf  1       /  *^*5������i3^S^***2������*-5������*-i^^  ii  4  i  I  I  i  "H   f  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Pish  Jand Poultry.    Shops in nearly all the t  towns of the "Boundary and Kootenay.  >        h       ��������� * ^  + a  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, J. C.  i  i  i  i  i  Scotch descent, was e^ery'  Inch a [sbldJer.f He claimed thabarmy,  offic-ers'shpuld be celibates. /,       .[{��������������������������� {  t But Major,"MacDonald could not'en-i  force; hls^'fopinions or >; their 'practice  upon,those under lils"connnand., While  be'restricted^himself to celibacy,*his  ohjoe'rs ,were marrying and raising chil  dieri.<and1"munyl'of >the men in the!  ranks Wre doing the s'ame^hing., The  "tonsequerice 'wus^tbat ('during^ several  years'/when his command was locatedi  In one place it came to comprise nearly  as many'women 'and vch'lldren as sbl-  diers.;:',,"^:;,,",    );<'r \    /    .     |  Then came tbe order to move Even  tbejriajor was not prepaied for tbe increase ''of-hls military, family'and the  cerculenn task of transporting tbe Hying "'impedimenta, to say' uotbingr of  furniture,and baggage.^ The mlgrarJoa  was .'from-.Fort W. to Fort J./ahcl,  eince'thejCommandrconsisted of two  companies, and each company was'al-j  lowed but one'wagon, it requited a  dozen trips for1 both 'wagons ,to mate  theitransfer.  X ]       { ���������"<   '*,,,">-"  During the hegira' the major fumed  ���������sand stamped and swore that be would  rather command,a tribe 'of Indians,  with a'full complement of <jnuaws and  papooses, for, while his own force was  loaded'down with effects,'the= Indians  carried .their clothing���������when thev had  any���������on their^acks His wrath,was  especially irritating to the whes of  i : v/i  S^iS?^S?s-3&^^3?S^S^=^^^?M^^5S?5^S?^^^^   bis soldiers.' who considered that they  ^mmmmtifflmimmmmmmmnmtmmmmmmntmg  to Phoenix Stage ���������  ���������"���������"*/ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3p. m. >;V ,  3  IB������" T11, Arrives Greenwood Daily; at 10 a. m.- **,     __  Js,GREENWOOD'OFFICE, 4  -.    ������'���������.     -JV������J,.CLUB CIGAR'STORE 3  ^'H."  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Michigan St., Dent 40 CHICAGO. ILL. U SI  WELCOMED HIM WITH CHEEM.  LORNE TERHUNE  Will be pleased to meet his  many friends at the   -.   ,  0. K. Cipr Store  Copper * St., Greenwood.  All the leading Tobaccos  and Cigars and Cigarettes,  Candies for the Children.  Plumber     .  land  V  fe  Tinner  aran  I have taken over the'  McArthur shop and am  prepared to execute ��������� all  orders for plumbing and  tinsmithing. Get yonr  stoves in condition be-,  fore the snow flies.  GEORGE CLERF.  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J.iWcDONELL,Proprietor  m  at ������*  ���������%  *n  %  '%  *4  %  m    .Saturday last   stage   leaves  ������ Mother Iiodc 6 p. tn.   Returning-,  ���������^ leaves Greenwood 10 p. m,  'i'NORDSN   HOTEL  CITV  CO.,  I/T'D.  1  Leaves Mother I<odc  9,30  6:30  a.  m.  tn.  leaves Greenwood  2:00  8:30  P.  P-  m.  m.'  Greenwood Office  -  ���������4  'J������J������^J������jaj������J������J������Jlj9j������J������J������^lS������J������43  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of ail kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  Don't,Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  IV) '  ARE A 1 QUALITY  TkBRlLLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear Havaaas la Canada  Made bv Union Labor In the best liy-  picnic Factory In the country.   Call for  tiiora and get value /or your money In.  stead of rope  WILBERC & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Clear  ,    Factory, New Westminster, B. C.  <mmWkWm\mMkWiW-m%WB?  had tbelr rights even as part of'an  army. The move was a trying one foe  all, and they hud been some time set'  tied In their new 'quarters before thei  garrison resumed its wanted good humor.  As soon as the furniture was In position and the trunks, boxes and barrels unpacked, the officers' wives���������there'  were two captains and four lieuten-1  ants, all married���������got together to fire!  blank cartridges or empty words- at;  the major. They began Dy calling him  u brute, a monster, a devil, but finally  simmered down to applying no more  disagreeable name to him than crusty  old bachelor. Then the meeting resolv-'  ed itself Into a committee of the whole  to express its .dissatisfaction *at the  treatment It had received and take  measures against Its recurrence.  There was one dissenting voice in the,  clatter' of tongues. ' Mrs.* Captain Ferguson, a good natured, motherly woman, avowed that the major was right;  that an army encumbered with'women and children would be better equipped with blank cartridges; that the  army was no place for them, and, be-,  Ing an encumbrance, they should bear  patiently any scolding, the commander  chose to give them.  A couple of months after tbe hegira  a, niece of, Mrs. Ferguson���������Miss Gwen-  dolin Brayllng, a young lady of nineteen���������came, out from the east to visit  her aunt'When the major heard of  her arrival he sniffed the air ominously. The ladles whom Mrs. Ferguson  had reproved for their strictures on the  major at once to'ok notice, wondering  how the new impedimenta���������as they  had come to facetiously style Miss  Brayllng���������wonid affect the major.  "Did you ask permission to have ber  come?" asked Mrs. Lieutenant Hark  ness of Mrs. Ferguson.  "I did not," replied Mrs. Ferguson  "I shall take care of her in every re-  Bpect She shall be no encumbrance  upon the garrison."  "He'll get even with you." exclaim  ed Mrs. Captain Wetherby, shaking her  head'ominously.  To this Mrs. Ferguson did not deign  a reply.  Miss Brayllng had scarcely bad time  to ,make tbe acquaintance of tbe ladles of tbe garrison before she was  privately warned by them to keep herself at as safe a distance as possible  from the commander.  "What'll he do to me?" she asked.  "What'H he do? Why, what a question! Don't you know that he,considers woman a drawback to tho command?  It Utero was an article In the  ���������teguJatlons" to cover tho case he a  convene a boold of survey to condemn,  every., one of us and make a bonflro  of us" '     \ (  ' What an awful man!"  Now, it happened that Captain Ferguson,, soon j, after Miss Brayllng's ar-  rrival'was?promoted to be major and  "assigned i to ,* the ^command of Fort <&.,  100 miles south'of Fort 3., He had, no  '.sooner left the'fort,1'his wife, children  and niece In an' ambulance and his 'effects' in an %army wagon, than Major  MacDonald/-was heard to say, "There  ,gb, five't dingers andr one soldier."  There'was^ not a lady at'Fort J.;who  did / not envy' Mrs. Ferguson the  change,^but'all had at least the satisfaction In {heK going that they would  feel "'the ,more ^free'Iom in abusing  Major MacDo*naId. \  , i'About a���������week after the departure of  the' Fergusons 'Major MacDonald received an'order if rom Washington directing him "to Inspect "the' army stations/ in the'' vicinity and report oa  their "condition. Turning over the'  command to'the'next officer In rank,  he depai ted'rwith a single orderly and  remained away-ia fortnight   ',     ������  After thls'the^major was continually  making* inspections,',remaining away  from his command on each tour from  a few days to-a few weeks. His departure was always1 hailed) with delight by the ladies'at Fort J., and his  return was regretted, for during hla  absence they ceased to feel that they  were't necessary evil aDd breathed  freely. *>    -.,<'-"���������   ' *       ^  \ ,"l wish," said Mrs. Lieutenant Wetherby, , "the government * would keep  pirn Inspecting till he came to'the age  pf retirement."    <, ' ',      i  "And I wish," said Mrs. Lieutenant  unther, "that some woman would  jet.him, load him down with baggage  and he'd' be ordered to move'at five  minutes' notice." ^     ,   '  'IOne day when the major was off on  h|s" fifth' tour of. Inspection' Captain  Harbison, who was in command^of the  post, confided to his wife'a'secret  MacDonald'was not going away from  his command on inspection duty at all.  He was simply absenting himself without leave.        ''\    ' \    .    r   '  VYou don't mean It? Where does he  go|?"~ ^\ <    '  "Nobody knows.; I suspect he may  (have secret orders to Investigate something." 'v,        ^ < "   I        ���������  "That's not usual In the army. At  lea'st in time of peace. There's no se-  ciet service except In -war."  i "That's all the explanation I have  to give," replied^the husband. "Be sure  not to say a word about what I've told  you." ' *     .   '  "Of course not" And as soon as the  captain left her, she went into Mrs.  Wetberby's quarters and told her the  story.' In half an hour it was known  to the wife of every oflicer of the gar-  nson*     >���������  ^he next tlme^ Major MacDonald  went out on a tour of inspection he  took a new uniform'with him that he'  had just received from ,a New York  tailor and a trunk full of other clothing/ ���������    * \:J    '���������    \  He ;bad been gone several days  when^an army wagon was driven Into  the* fort and a considerable "load "of  ibrancL- new .-furniture?, andi.a - dozen  trunks were dumped in vfront Nif the  ma'jor's quarters.* '.'���������    '  The episode occasioned a greater  commotion than an attack of a thousand-Indians. Every "woman, including the children, in the",fort stood on  the parade gaping at the pile, and tbere  was a clatter of tongues that would  have drowned the post band.  "I'll tell you what we'll do," said Mrs.  Gunter. "Let's bring, all our, empty  trunks, boxes, suit cases and bandboxes and put them on tbe pile."  "Wouldn't it be mutiny?" asked one  of the more timid ladies.  "Mutiny! There's no such thing as  mutiny for us. We're not In the army.  Come on!"  , Every woman rushed to her quarters  and back, she and ber older children  carrying articles to swell the major's  pile. When it was so high that they  must be tossed upward to get them in  position it stopped growing, but tbe  impedimenta was enough to drive a  quartermaster insane.  The next afternoon a smart little  wagon was driven into the fort and  who should appear on the back seat  but Major MacDonald and Miss Brayllng! When the officer saw the pile in  front of his quarters', his brow darkened for a moment; then be broke into  a laugh. Several ladles were on the  parade who hastened to welcome bim  back, and he presented his companion  to them as Mrs. MacDonald. ,  Both the groom and tbe bride entered  into the spirit of the joke that had been  iperpetrated, and. the news spreading  ,'that their commander bad returned a,  .married'man, the garrison poured from  their quarters and welcomed him with*  cheers. Then all took hold, separating*  the additions from the real impediment  ta, and carried the latter into the quars  ters of the bride and groom.  In the evening all was ready for a  wedding reception, for some of tha  boxes the groom bad sent contained  eatables and drinkables, and there was  a merry time at Fort J. Some one proposed the health of the newly married  couple with tbe words: ,  "May their belongings never diminish!"  Tho major replied, pledging himself  thereafter to consider tbe wives, children, cats, poodles, furniture, trunks,,  boxes, bandboxes, beds, bedding and,  wearing apparel, a part of the para-'  phernalia of war to be respected ac-'  cordingly. , - i  "You ladles," be added In conclusion/  "are Indebted to Mrs. Ferguson for a;  happy outcome from* your troubles.  Since my marriage she has confessed)  that sho brought her niece out herewith a view to making a* married man1  of mo and thus putting me in the same  boat with tho rest of you.'*  THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL  CIGAR   ArVID/NEWS'" STAND'  l,VA?n>,VI-'     .,,"���������*. 7        <<r,r   ,h, .i',ip!.'&r������.w./  v.r."'',y   ��������� j'\' i       ','>.''t,      '     ' << ,i'~c<-   l".  ",''>>      S7'  ;,, yj>, Ts now*open(to the public.' / tyew build;/' <i*'"If  y , ing, hew. furnishings and./every thing''for' ,'i W J ;  ',    r{ * the comfort of'our, patrons,, Sample room S,;' Vi I *  / ',   /"and'barn in connection. ' ',i; *���������  ;/������������������./.' *K'������" *''<'���������'"���������  i       ' 1,1   i   i   ' ������* '    ���������    , r    l\ '<f/i''p V i'i'Vi.���������;.���������,,<  J,,B, SHERIDAN  MANAGER-  new ADVERTISING, SCALE. t.  %-The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising: ,  Application   for < Liquor  Licence^  (30 days) : .-.. |5oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice *   '  v(6o days)...   ������ I7.50  Application to Purchase Land No-   ���������   ,  f tiees (60 days) $7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices^(9o    ',,  days) .' $10 00  Water Notices (small) '. J7.50  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column,' for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Nonpariel measiuement  ���������, ESTRAY  NOTICE    t-'r  V .  - t STRAYED into Carnu,1' early in jthe  summer, two bay horses.r Brands cannot'  be made out. Owner wishing information  can notilyF. C.Johnson, r'    '  ' t  ,���������t  Carmi, December 12,(1912. ', \     '���������'^  SS-*'  C0UNTYX0URT OF YALE.  A SITTING of tbe County Court of Yale will  beholden at the Court Houso, Greenwood,  on Tuesday the 21st day of Janu.irj ,* 1913, at  eleven o clock in the forenoon.  ,By order,  .    >.        '���������   WALTER DEWDNEY,  Registrar C. C. of Y,  i  LIQUOR'ACT, 1910        . *" %  ,i      ��������� 'rSec. 15.    ������������������        "-���������,,     i.  ^NOTICE iu* hereby frne'u���������tha������oil the first  day of Tcbruary next, amplication will be made  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, for  the grant of a licence for the sale of liquor by  retail, iu and upon the premises known'' as tlie  Brunswick Hotel, situate at Carrai, B C, Similkameen Division of Yale, K.C.        ���������      '    '      ,  ,Dated this WtuMay of Dete'iBber, 1912../ t  ���������,     '   '   ���������"��������� v i rJ. B. SHERIDAN  ,  RE "OKANAGAN TELEPHONE COM-  ���������* *,        PANY'S ACT."  TVTOTICE is hereby Riven that appli-  J-31 cation will be made to" the Legislative Assembly ofthe Province of British  Columbia at its next session for an Act to  amend the "Okanagan Telephone Company's Act," being chapter 55 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1907, in manner  following ��������� ,',  1. ' By inserting after the word "telephone," 111 the second line oi subsection  (b) of section 7 ofthe said Act, the words  "and telegraph"; and by inserting before  the word "line," in the fifth line of said  subsection (b), the words "and telegraph", and by'���������inserting, between the  words "line" and "along," in the said  fifth line of said subsection (b),1 the words  "or lines." '    "    ���������,  2. By amending subsection (d) of subsection 4 of subsection (b) of section. 7 of  the said Act by adding at the end thereof  the words "or telegraph." 1'        -' 1  3. By amending subclause (e) of subsection 4 of subsection (b) of section^of  the said Act by inserting between the  word "telephone'^and the word "system"  the.words "ortelegraph.'J   *   v "/������    "*.  ^4. By providing that section 98 of the  Companies Clauses Act" be modified-so  that the "ordinary meetings" ofthe Company shall be held yearly instead of half-  yearly. ,r  5. "By providing that section 104 of  the "Companies Clauses Act" be modified so that seven members actually present and representing in person or by  proxy six-tenths of the subscribed capital  ofthe Company shall constitute a quorum.  6. By changing the name of the Company from "Okanagan Telephone Company" to "Okanagan vTelephone and  Telegraph Company."      "���������  Generally by making such further  amendments to the said Act, in addition  to those above set forth, as may be necessary to enable the Company to construct,  maintain, and operate a line or lines of  telegraph as well as a telephone, line or  lines.  Dated at New Westminster, B. C, this  12th day of November, a. d. 1912.  WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  Solicitors for the Okanagan Telephone  Company.  Greenwood'City Waterworks Company  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  COAL mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portipn of British  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself. ���������  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $s which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and  About Float  '���������,    Float is riot a periodical. "  *' 'It is a book containing 86 '  'illustrations all told,"and  ,  is filled with sketches and  '      stories of western life.  *It t  tells bow a gambler cashed  .    in after the flush days of  Sandon ��������� ������������������ how it raided in  ''; New" 'Denver ^long  after  Noah was dead ;  how &'  > parson took >  drink  at,  Bear Lake in early days,;  ���������      how' justice was dealt in'  '���������,   Kaslo'in '93;rhbw the';'  ; saloon man outprayed the -'  , u 'women in Kalamazoo, and' ^ '-  " graphically I\ depicts" ^the,".  roamings   of ( a /western ,<1, ,  editor among the tender**''  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains the early history   '  " of'Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In, it are  printed three  , western poems, and doz- v   ,  ens of articles too' numerous to mention.   Send for  one before it is too late.  The 'price   is 25  cents,  postpaid to any part of the *  -   world.- Address  all  let-  ters to , >,,  R. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  and comfortable, ySteam heatandr'  electric light., Meals arid drink's at'^a/"'?^^  r- /'- ^' arbours/ ^''-/,-,'.'A^J^g  CfllSHOLMiM^   ' - rii*J r^-yij  "ON,PARI,B FRANCAIS^;7^ . ^'fXi  #  MTIOML HOTEL  ������*i/  'The> Really'Best  in the Boundary,  'Recently-Remodelled aad<  'Strictly Up-to-Da'te.'^/  Restaurant in connection  "i't  OWEN- B05TER*  M  ;prop.-  WINDSOR HOTEL  v   -    V , j  The Windsor Hotel ia one of the    ,'  best furnished hotels ia the West.,  It is located in the heart of Green-'������'  wood and within easy reach of all   ,-'  the financial and commercial in-,-,  stitutionsofthe Copper Metrop-*  olisM Heated with steam and lit r  ' by electricity. Commodious sam-  pl_p rooms. ,,The 'bar is, replete   ,'  rwith��������� all'modern beverages and /  K   the, cafe������ never closes, i Rooms^\  reserved by telegraph.  ���������J i\\^M  -^iMM  VV  \s\  o3  - { _������ _.   ���������. "~^-   .... j.���������  ��������� . _. r<*j������  E: J. Cartier,':togfc������^UJ!^  GRAND CENTRAL  OppositePostoffice, NELSON,  American and Eurc5pean Plans.'  H,.Hi PITTS,*Prop.  ' SHOES SHSNED  At the Windsor Hotel by  ZACK WATSON  MESSENGER SERVICE  ADVERTISE IN THE IEDCE  000<K>000<>00<>0000<X>00<>000<>0  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  <K>0OOOO0OO0<M>O0<>00O<K>00O00  thereon:  I pay the royalty  If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a ytar.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted lo purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine>t the  rate of ������10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to thc Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion kands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  T U N I N Q  Mr. Charles E. King will visit  Greenwood at an early date. Leave  orders for guaranteed pianoforte  tuning at White's Drug Store..  SMOKE   Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that I,  Thomas Wake, intend to apply to the  Water Recorder, at Fairview, B. C, for  a licence to take and use twenty-live (25)  miner's inches of water out of McCarren  creek, to be takeii out at a point where  said creek is crossed by my East boundary line, and to be used for irrigation,  agricultural and domestic purposes on  I,ot 2084, Township 70, Osojoos Division  of Yale District ,  THOMAR WAKE, Applicant,  Greenwood, B. C.  Dated this 25th day of November, 1913,  ASSAVER  E. W. WIDDOWSON, ��������� Assayer nnd  Chemist, Box B1108, Nelson, B. C.  Charges*���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $i each. Gold-Silver, or Silver-Lead,  ji.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  CENTRAL HOTEL  '  "      PHOENIX.  > * t  One of the largest hotels in  the city.   Beautiful location, ,  fine.rooms and tasty,meals.  ik  **-  A.  O. JOHNSON*  PROP.  4 n*-r2������-  -> -    * 1   J  NELSON HOUSE  ' ' NELSON.  -<., 'j  %  , European Plan.  Cafe open day and night.   Bar.  Merchant's lunch 12 to 2.'  it/  W.  A. WARD  Phono 27.  PROPRIETOR.  O. Box 597. '  ALEXANDRA HOTEL  OKANOGAN PALLS  This hotel is situated in one  of the most delightful -sec- .  tions of, the Okanogan and  provides ample and pleasant ' i  accommodation for the tour- r' I  ist,  sportsman and farmer,    /v  Information about rheldistrict   cheerfully   furnished.-  Stage line to Oroville," and  ,   steamer on the lake. s - *  *tf  *' ^'^  ffl  1  ^  $m  -1\>^,  ARNOTT & HINE  Proprietors  STARKET & GO.  NELSON, B.C.  MINING,  BROKERS1  PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  >-fi  utosj'  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During tho 87 months that Lowery'a  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It was the most  uniquo, independent and fearless journal over produced in 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 ceasad to publish it,  paitly on account of a lazy livor and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to run a paper that is outlawed. Ihore  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10 cents  and get one or $2 and get the bunch.  R. T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. 0.  )*waH*aww*������w*ta*������fw������  *���������    ^ iK. *-/  GREENWOOD an'd' -A.' t'-.^yMl  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Ureenwood for; Spokane'  at 7 a. m., and for Orovilld at 2:30  p. m.   Leave ordera at Terhtine's  Cigar Store.      Charles Russell. ���������  ,f.ii  ve^><^���������������������������������������������*^������������������������o������**^>*>^������^><s���������.:^  your Razors Honed  and Your Baths at  nt  GREENWOOD,.  ' ''\U^s  * < ������ St  ft 1  ,'������  'i' 1 J  "I  $6l  J\  , 1 l  *''c  hM-1.  ��������� 0  hi  mi  dtm THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  I    BOUNDARY MINES    f  0<*>00<*0<><>CK>00{><><>^^  Last week the Kawhide shipped  6,002 tons of ore.,  Last week the Granby mine  shipped 2S,3S4 tons of ore.  Last week the Granby smelter  treated 24,163 tons of ore.  Last week the Mother Lode  mine shipped 7,912 tons of ore. '  Last week the Greenwood  smelter treated 14,597 tons of ore.  Last week the Napoleon mine  shipped .008 tons of ore.  Last week the Queen Victoria  mine shipped 379 tons of ore.  Last week the shipments of  blister copper from tho Granby  smelter amounted to 520,000, a  total for the year of 22,369,000  pounds.  very high grade grey copper ore  carrying big values in silver. The  vein is gotting better now with  every foot of work.  At the same time the long cross  cut tunnel is being carried through  to cut the second vein, which  promises to be a big payer. The  tunnel is now in 440 feet and will  reach the vein almost any time.  Supt. North and other mining men  who havo seen the property recently are satisfied that tho Surprise will be a good paying mine.���������  Hazelton Herald.   ,  More is known now of the reserve  ol' ore than wns ever known before  and the coming year is sure to witness great expansion in tlie operations of the company.���������Hedley  Gazette.  AN IMPORTANT CASE;  00<*rt-K>0<><K>0<><>0<^^  |   B. C, MfflK NEWS   I  0000<>CKK>0<KXK>0<>0<X>0<KK)aOOO  "When seen by the Herald last  week, Ground Hog Jackson stated  that be would make his next trip  to tbe coal fields the first of March,  when he would take in a lot of  supplies by dog team to keep the  men workiug, and also to take in  more men.    He will return in time  to start the pack trains in as soon  as the snow is off the ground and  the   grass   has   started   to   grow.  Frank   is   interested   in   several  blocks of coal lands and he will  have charge this next season of  nearly all the packing aud getting  the camps ready.    He says that  there will be an immense amount  of development   work, done   this  year,   not  only by  the Canadian  Finance and the  other companies  that were operating last year, but  hy many  others,. including   Williams & Murdoff, Laidlaw, etc. He  will also do a lot of work on his  own claims and get them in shape  for engineers to inspect.    He has  had many offers for his own  stuff  but he says that he will find out  what there is on the property first  and thus get the actual value for  ground.���������Hazelton Herald.  The program of tho Hedley Gold  Mining Company is one of never  ending surprises,  but as the surprises aro agreeable ones there is  no ono will find any fault.    "When  the now company took over tho  property   in   August,   1909,   thoy  soon began to demonstrate tho fact  that the mine was no longer in the  hands   of   a   closo    corporation,  shielding with mystery its operations   and   concealing   its   gains.  When a dividend was paid it was  stated openly in the manner of an  open  corporation . and the   public  had an opportunity to see that the  standard dividend pace which the  company had set was 12 per cent,  per   annum   on   the   outstanding  stock of the company, paid in quarterly instalments, and any increase  on this which the earnings  of the  mine would permit was distributed  as extra to the standard three per  cent, quarterly and was- so specified.     It  immediately   became  a  case of two per cent,  extra,  quarterly,   making the quaeterly dividends total five per cent, or 20 per  cent, per annum.  At this rate they travelled along  until the last quarter of 1911 when  10 per ceut. was distributed for  the quarter,  bringing the  year's  Frank Martin arrived home last  week after spending several months  in Vancouver looking after his  coal and mineral interests. Frank  stated that while money in Vancouver is tight there is looks of  activity in Victoria ahd that there  is lots of loose money there also.  He was very successful in several  ot his deals and had no kick coming whatever. He will be around  the district now for some time.  Mr. Martin stated to tbe Herald  that next summer would most likely be the greatest in the history of  this district. In the south there  is far more interest being taken in  Hazelton than ever before and  many more people wero coming in  now that the railway is open.  Word came down from the Surprise mine on Monday to the effect  that the ore had been hit in this  first vein which this long tunnel  cut. While this vein was small  on the surface a gang of men were  put to work drifting on it from the  tunnel. They bave gone ninety  feet and have encountered some  dividend disbursement up to 25  per cent, and then the public began to wonder whether they could  maintain that.  Knowing that a few weeks ago  they paid $150,000 for the Windfall group of claims nothing would  have been thought of it if they had  made the last quarter's dividend  in 1912 no more than the usual  quarterly 5 per cent., but the announcement to shareholders of the  dividend of 12 per cent, for the  quarter additional to the usual  threo per cent, was wholly unexpected and will give tho public  some inkling of what is to come  when more ground is opened up  and a new power plant is installed  to take care of mining and reduction on a more extensive scale.  It has always been understood  that tho tonnage month by month  for tho year was well up and that  the recovery was good. To pay  out 8300,000 in dividends in a  single year is certainly a wonder-  performance and when it is known  that the Bum of $S3G,520 has already been disbuibed by the new  company in dividends and that the  total amount which they paid for  the mine a little over three years  ago was less than that, the present  owners are certainly in a very enviable position. But the best part  of it is that the real performances  of the mine in the way of production are apparently only beginning.  A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder  Indispensable to best results���������saves  worry���������saves work���������saves money-  saves health���������saves complaints at table  In the case of Dr. Schwabland  versus R. J. Armstrong which  occupied the court for four (lays in  Greenwood and two clays iu taking  evidence of Dr. Lambert and Dr.  Neil in Spokane.  Judgement has been given for  the plaintiff Dr. Schwabland for  tho amount of his claim with costs  and the counter claim for $1000  for damages for malpractice, dismissed with costs against defendant Armstrong.  The defendant claimed negligent  and ��������� improper   treatment on  tho  ground:  1. That the leg was not properly set and kept in a proper position  afterwards.  2. That on or about tho 2flth  June 1911, tlio plaintiff left tho defendant in charge of a druggist and  remained away for nine daya.  3. That by reason of careless  treatment infection was from time  to time introduced into the wound.  4. That the plaintiff was negligent in not using.tlie serum or  vaccine treatment.  In his judgement, His Honor  Judge Brown held dealing just  with 2 3 and 4, (quoting only portions) it was not shown that the  defendant suffered any bad effects  by reason of the plaintiff's absence  for nine days therefore this ground  fails as to No. 3 I think it highly  improbable that any now imfection  was introduced by the plaintiff  evidence of Dr. Lambert. This  ground also fails.  As to No. 4 the serum and vaccine treatment evidence of Dr. Mac-  Lean is to the effect that this treatment is nearly always used for a  general as opposed to a local infection. I accept Dr. MacLean's  view as a reasonable one and exonerate the plaintiff from any negligence on this score.  As to No. lfc in my opinion the  weight of evidence shows that the  broken fragments of the large bone  (the tibia) were set in opposition.  Dr. McNaughton for the defence  swore tbat the injured leg was 1A-  inches shorter than the other one.  There is no doubt he was mistaken  as the evidence of Doctors Mac-  Lean, Lambert and Verral all  show that the injured leg is shortened only g to A inch. That is not  a bad result from a compound  fracture as far as the setting of the  bones and tho length of the injured  leg the defendant fails.  As explained by Dr. MacLean  while there is some eversion it is  more apparent than real and is duo  to tho way the defendant walks.  Dr. MacLean also stated that in  his opinion tbere would be very  little if any permanent lameness.  I do not disparage at all the  evidence of Dr. McNaughton but I  prefer on this point to rely on the  evidence of Dr. Lambert confirmed  as it is to some extent by the  authority of Scudder and the evidence of Dr. McLean.  A. S. Black appeared for plaintiff Dr. Schwabland and A. D.  Maclntyre of Kamloops and Ernest  Miller appeared for defendant K,. J.Armstrong.  The Nelson Shield Cont'd  King Edward's cipher, E. R. VII,  by royal command. It belongs to  the college or school, and must not  be taken away. It may be used as  the principal directs; for competition in Bports, regularity, punctuality, or any form of achievement  by scholars; or as an award for  essay on thc Empire, sea-power,  exploration, colonization, citizeu-  ship or kindred subjects. It is intended to stand for faith in God,  the unity of tho British empire,  and the importance of duty in tho  home, the school, and in all the  walks of life.  "It is an honor to bo the Warden  of this Shield."  At the Christmas closing it was  the aim to award the shield to the  best all-round boy. Class-standing, behaviour, athletic, qualities  of fellowship and of (leadership  were all taken into account. Forty  points were awarded by the principal for class standing; sixty by  two representatives of the boys  themselves for tho other qualifications.  ONE WORE FOOL  Dks Moinks, Lv.���������"There won't  bo any Panama-Pacific Exposition.  Those poor misguided persons on  the Pacific slcpo aro wasting their  money. They had better be directing their energies in preparation for Judgment Day. For the  good Lord is going to bring this  world to an end in 1913." I  This was the declaration here  lately of Rev. W. D. Parkhurst,  pastor of tho First Adventist  Church, who backed his assertion  with many quotations from' the  Bible. He also pointed to ��������� the  Balkan war as partial proof of his  prediction.  "All the seas and rivera.'and  fountains will turn to blood." said  Parkhurst. "Hailstones weighing  57 lbs. will fall, and the sun will  be so hot that man will literally  be burned alive. Next summer  will be so hot that persons will be  cooked on their bones. When you  turn the kitchen faucet next July  warm blood will flow, and the soft  skin of women will break out iu  loathsome sores, and seven plagues  will devaste the earth."  Dr. Parkhurst advises the people  to read the 24th chapter of Matthew, verse 27, if they do not believe it.  ROCK   CREEK  IMPLEMENT  COMPANY, LIMITED  ' TAKE NOTICE that the' Rock Creek  Implement Company Limited intends to  apply, after the expiration of one month,  from the first publication of this notice,  to.the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies  for the approval of lhe change of name  to, the Rock Creek Trading Company,  Limited. .  iDated at Grand Forks, B. C, this 20th  day of December, A. D. 1912,  ! MILLER & COCHRANE  ] Solicitors for the Rock Creek Implement Company Limited.  ELECTION   NOTICE.  Corporation ofthe City of Greenwood  I PUBLIC NOTICE is liereby given to tlie  'electors of the Municipality of tlie City of  'Greenwood, tbat I require tlie presence of the  snid electors in the City Hall in the City of  'Greenwood, on the 13th day of January, 1913, at  ,12 o'clock noon, for tho puvpo&e of electing  'persons to represent them in the Municipal  Council "8 Mayor and Aldermen, and for the  purpose of electing one person us School Trustee for tho Greenwood City School District.  Tho mode of nomination of candidates shall  he as follows:  The candidates shall lie nominatod in writing; the writing slmll he snhsciibed hy two  voters of tho municipality as proposer and  seconder, and shall he delivered to the Retmn;  ing Ollicer at any time between the date of thc  notice and 2 ii.ni. of the day of the nomination  and In the event of a poll being necessary, such  poll will be opened ou the ICtli day of January,  A.D. 1(113, botween thc hours of !l a.m. and 7  p,m, at the said City OiKco, of which every person is hereby required to take notice anil govern himself accordingly.  QUALIFICATIONS.  The porsons qualified to .he nominated for  and elected as Mayor of the City shall he such  porsons ns are initio British subjects of the full  ageof twunly-one years, and are not disqualified under auy la\v, and have been for the six  months next preceding the day of nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Registry  Oilice, of real property in the city of the assessed value on the last municipal assessment  roll of One Thousand Dollars or moro; over and  above aiiy regNtcred judgment or charge and  who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters.  The persons qualified to bo nominated for and  elect* d as Aldermen of said City, shall he such  porsons as are male Driti.ih subjects of the full  ago of twenty one years, aud arc not disqualified under any law. and have been fornix months  next preceding thc day of nomination the registered owner, iu tho Land Registry Office, of  land or leal proporty in the city of the as������csicd  value, on the la-.t Municipal Assessment roll of  iivo hundred dollars or moro over and uliovi*  any registered judgement or charge, und who  are othorwiso duly qualified as municipal  voters.  Any person, being a householder in the  Greenwood City School District and being a  British subject of the full ago of twenty-one  years and otherwise qualified hy the Public  School Act to vote at un election of School  Trustees iu tho said School District is qualified  t6 bo nominated aud elected as School Trustee.  Given under my hand at Greenwood this 2nd  day of January, A.D. 1013.  G. B. TAYLOR,  Returning Oflicer.  Tone  Up   on Kemp's  Invalid Port Wine  n ��������� ii  ,,iTM,..������fe,M,Y|/--������.,,,:)l  i^MBI^Si-K-ivS^^^^M  KAIHIEtrS  Syrup of Tar  goduvIroil  JLL.(UXBIZD.  THE D0UKH0B0R REPORT  The Gazette lias not space this  week to comment at length on the  report of the Doukhobor commission, published elsewhere in this  issue, but it would appear to bo the  climax of-. a farce comedy.   It is  time to feed such an unquestioned  enemy of British   institutions  as  the Doukhobors are on something  besides soft soap and honey.    No  sectarian  legislation to suit them  can be considered.    And tbe statement that they are desirable as a  community   suggests sinister motives.   The commissioner may have  his eye on the post  of statistical  recorder for the Doukhobors but we  are not of the opinion that  such  will be required.   There should be  a  limit   to   "toadying."     Grand  Forks citizens may be ignored by  the commission but thoy  will  bo  heard   from   yet.���������Grand   Forks  Gazette.   .  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Iron Horse Mineral   Claim,  situate  iu   tbe  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale DUtrlct.  Where located:���������Bearer Creek.  TAKE NOTICE That I. C. J. Leggatt of  Greenwood, agent'for William M Law.  Free Miner's Certificate No. BU0026, aud John  A. Tuzo, Free Miner's Certificate No. B143/9,  Intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recoider for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue  auce of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Slst'day of Dociiuber, A. D. 1912.  C. J. LEGGATT  ESTRAY    NOTICE  Came onto the old Casselnian ranch,  near Boundary Falls, about a mouth ago,  a bay horse, white face and white hind  foot. Weighs about 1,000 pounds aud is  about 16 years old.  December 28th, 1912.  ' J.  C. BOIvTZ  Boundary Falls.  ml&&^M^ISS������  Mafliiea's Syrup  ���������1 Tar ana Cod Uy������r OH   -  not only stops a cough btit cores  it. Its tonic and restorative  properties enable the system to  permanently throw off a cold. ..  35c for large bottle.  Sold everywhere.  j. u eutbzko m. Tumi     ���������awnffiimKifJ*-  MATHIEUSSYRU  *>. v ���������.'. ������!���������:.'.:������������������'���������;���������.:���������:;.���������.���������,���������.' -..v; :..���������;;������������������ ;<:::5s:/,;_____ ^;;x? ''f-J____:'K,:-*-���������������������������������������������'**���������'������������������ '���������^*v'*"v  'vK-vV'tfr ���������:''rr;':'!^^r:^������  '���������������<������,*���������.?���������?-;';���������:-,rf' -'tWH F:-   ���������'''H;:":sTlf''���������'""' ;';,-.<JW.i..Sv. ,������.>:.;  i-Z')\'.-'Sjm_\Y'._Mmy..:.'.'j0g^['.'.*'y,Zi��������� _*���������'������������������'���������': JM'^m^Ar'tm^^^SBT^^m'^''������������������''  glBOs*  GOU1DRON  tmOILE DE  FOIEDEMORUE  DbKAXHTEU  ���������"���������jS-Srifirr*-  '��������� f  V9.*>"S  m  WINNIPEG STOCK AT MESSRS."FERGUSON BROS.  '   ' 123 Banatyne Ave., Winnipeg; Man.  A MESSAGE  THE DAY AFTER  A NEW TOWNSITE  A deal was closed, bore tbis  week, tbrougb tlio office of a local  realty company, transferring an  area of about 450 acres of land at  Giscombe Partage from Messrs.  Hubble & Seebacb to a Toronto  realty company called tbe British  Empire Land company. One of  tbe principals of this company is  Mr. James Anderson, who haB  heavy timber interests on tbe  Willow river and who has visited  this section from time for the past  six years.- It is the intention of  the purchasers to subdivide this  land, or a portion of it, into town  lots. About one hundred acres  will be surveyed immediately.  Giscombe Portage appears to be  a natural point for a towneite commanding as it does the low altitude  pass between the Pacific and the  Arctic watershed?. At Giscombe  Portage on the Fraser river, thirty  miles north of here, the waters  that How into the Pacific ocean  and into the Arctic sea are divided  only by a twolve-mile strip of land.  ���������Fort George Herald.  Bring me a dry Martini, waiter;  Chase me something that is wet,  I attended the banquet last night  And I haven't got over it yet.  Throw me a pleasant look, waiter,  Smile on me, pray don't frown,  And pour some glue on my breakfast  So I can keep it dowu.  I hear they've discovered the pole, waiter,  I wish I had it here now;  They can't come any too cold for nie  To put on my aching brow.  Many a schooner was wrecked last night,  And the waves ran mountains high;  Personally,.! was soused to the gills,  But today I am awfully dry.  It was a terrible night at sea, waiter,  ' And many are missing, I think,  But as near as I can remember  I never missed a drink.  The one in blue got my spark, waiter,  Her side kicker got my clock,  I don't waut to know what time it is���������  Please lead me down to the dock.  Lead me down to the dock, waiter,  For a watery grave I pine;  The place for a man who is pickled  Is over his head iu brine.  Tell Doc. Fuliuer at the Fairmont  I died as a hero should;  Up to the neck in cold, cold suds,  Guaranteed drawn from the wood.  I'd like to leave you a gift/waiter,  Just to remember me by.  And just to show you that I am not tight  You cau have my piece of pie;  And after I sink in the deep, waiter,  You'll do tne.one favor I hope;  Tell them, if I blow up bubbles,  That it warn't from eating soap.  To Feeble Old People. \  As one grows old the waste of the  system becomes more rapid than repair, the organs act'more slowly and  less effectually than in youth, the circulation is poor, the blood thin and  digestion weak.  Vinol, our delicious cod liver and  iron tonic without oil, is the ideal  strengthener and body-builder for old  folks, for It contains the very elements needed to rebuild wasting tissues and replace weakness with,  strength. Vinol also fortifies the system against colds and thus prevents  pneumonia.  A grandnelce of Alexander Hamilton, over eighty years of age, once  remarked: "Vinol Is a godsend to old'  people. Thanks to Vinol, I have a  hearty appetite, sleep soundly, feel  active and well. - It is the finest tonic  and strength-creator I have ever  used."  If Vinol falls to build up the  feeble old people, and create  strength, we will return your money.  J. L. White, Druggist, Greenwood, B. C,  Greenwood FEED Store g  ������  TRY OUR NORTHWEST  OATS FOR CHICKEN  FEED  Adams & Brown, Props.  PHONES       -   ,   5L and,5R  Wanted.���������To know if Austin  Louis Bishop is alive. Last  heard from five years ago, from  Boundary Falls, B. C, aged fifty  years, medium height, gray-blue  eyes, small scar on right temple.  Trade, machinist. Any infor-  mation thankfully received by his  sister, (jMiss Lois Bishop, 281 E.  Market St.. Akron, Ohio.  <KKHT>0<>0<>0<>OObo<>0<X>0000<><K>0  MRS. THOMPSON  Dealer in Dry  & Fancy Goods  GRiiW^OD  0<XH><>00000*0*9<>0*0<>0000<>00<>00|  Innocence is its own defense.  Lazy Tom  '���������Don't you find Tom rather  rough?" asked the elder summer  girl.  "Yes, I do," replied the other;  "and yet he says he shaves every  day, too."  All records for high prices for  produce were broken in Now York  when eggs went up to seventy-two  cents a pound.  A pin a day ib a groat a year.  la theMattcrorthc Estate of John C, Eek  late of Myncaster, Province of British Columbia, deceased,  NOTICE is hereby given that all  persons having any claims or demands  against the late John C. Eek who died on  or about the 2nd day of December, 1912,  at Myncaster, in the Province of British  Columbia, are required to send by# post,  prepaid, or to deliver to the undersigned,  solicitor herein for Mrs. Paulina Eek, the  administratrix, their names and addresses and full particulars in writing of their  claims and statements of their accounts  and the nature of the securities, if any,  held by them.  And take notice that.after the 30th  day of Marcli, 1913, the said Paulina Eek  will proceed to distribute the assets of  the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to tlie  claims of which she shall then have liad  notice, and that the said Paulina Eek  will not be liable for the said assets or  any part thereof to any persons of whose  claim she shall not then have received  notice.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, the 30II1  day of December, 1912.  C. J. LEGGATT,  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  Solicitor for thc said Pauline Eek,  thc Administratrix.  MANY EXCELLENT  KISITIONS OPEN]  New Federal Law Compels Vessels  To Have Wore Wireless  Operators  Many good positions ore open tc  young men and women in the fiekl  of "wireless"   arid of; commercial  telegraph service.   The passage ol  the new federal law, effective Oct  toberl,  compelling all sea goinf  vessels to be equipped with win|  less instruments and manned  9.  two competent operators has cren  ted a great demand for operatoi!  in the marine wireless service! Fe(|  eral laws now requires railways ,f  use more operators tlian*'evor bi  fore.   The Morse Telegraph Co-1  pany,    of Seattle   and   Porfclar  works in close connection wit-h wi-j  less and commercial officials, a  can place graduates in good pc  tions.   It ;will pay you to write  full particulars.���������Adv.  The  family  remedy   for   Coughs  _...  "Shlloh coats bo  llttlo and doea  so  mu  mmmmmmmmmm*


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