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 , ^>>-^^  GEEENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911.  t  xz  No. 2C  To the-Electors of the  i  f  CITY OF GREENWOOD  Ladies and Gentlemen :  Having.decided to run for the office of;Mayor of  the City of Greenwood for the coming year, my sole  object will be to devote all the time I possibly can to  the interests of the city.  The following gentlemen have kindly consented  to run for Aldermen ���������  <.  South Ward  Western Float.  Jaraes McCreath '  W.*E. B. Fleming  S. P. Dixon  North Ward  J. L. White  Fred W. McLaine ���������  C. J. McArthur  ��������� STAB   THEATRE,  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.  Motion Pictures, St ere op tic on Viewsjllustrated Songs  A TWO HOURS ENTERTAINMENT EVERY  11  f MONDAY, - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY - AND  ������ SATURDAY  EVENINGS   AT 8   O'CLOCK.  _\ Complete Change oi Program Monday and Friday. .'  f .  ADMISSION, -: Adults, 25c;   Children,   15c   -  And we can assure you, if elected, our policy will be  one of progress,- realizing the needs of our city, such  /as Recreation Grounds, Music, Sports and attractions  to bring into our city visitors and those working in  the surrounding camps. These, besides careful handling of our city's finances, will be among the many  things for our consideration.  So far as lays in our power our efforts will be to  promote the good and welfare of the many, and a  square deal for everybody.  FRED B. HOLMES for Mayor.  it''  - T.M, Gulley & gq take this opportunity of" extending Seasonable Greetings to all thejr many friends in the  town and district.  !>  *  The  Canadian Bank  of Commerce.  SIR  EDMUND-WALKER, C.V.O.,  LL.D.,   D.C.L.,  PRESIDENT.  ALEXANDER   LAIRD,  GENERAL  MANAGER.  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $6,000,000.  Interest at the current rate ie' allowed on all deposits of $1 and'ap-  .. wards in this Department    Careful attention is given  to every  account.   Small deposits are welcomed.  ) Accounts may be opened in tbe names of two or more persons, with-  .- drawals to be made by any one of them or by tbe survivor.    Full  and clear written instruction^ as to who is to make the withdrawals should always be given to the Bank when opening accounts of  this nature. ':   J. T. BEATTTE, Manager.  Greenwood Branch.  ���������\  TEMPERANCE  is all right if shorn of hunibuggery.  Too much water drinking is just  '���������������������������as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else. *  OUR PURE WINES  AND UQU0RS     ^  .are medicinal if not abused. Every  ..household should have a moderate  supply,of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.    .  DQW GmmVt Twrt������r$, mmwi, B. g.  '.<.  Th������ Pack Train.  ���������The West has had noiii'e' faruouti  restaurants. Iu Kaslo when the  piuk wua-on the boom the Can Cim-  was a noted eating house, and the  name was appropriate. There were  Others, for the White Horse Star  tells about one that has just closed  in Skagway, as follows: .  {���������" "The Pack Tin in was opened by  '"Tony" and "Louie" over thirteen years ago and .when -b9 befit  -ftreet in Skagway was paHnablB  | only for a pack train. Hundreds  of other restaurants opened within  the few months following, but  there was. only one Pack Train.  In those days the majority of restaurants in Skagway opened with a  flourish but they usually went out  of business at the end of the month  and jnst before the grocer and butcher called to collect their bills.  "Coffee like your mother nsed to  make" appeared on scores of fly-  by-night restaurants in Skagway in  those days and that, perhaps, is  what' drove"nearly everybody.to  tbe Pack Train.  , Then, to eat at.the_Pack_Train'  was an evidence of prosperity. The  best people ate at the. Pack Train  and those who had the money were  the ''Best People'-' uo matter what  they had heen ,befo������ asd no matter how- they got the money.  When a member of the "perfesh"  made a winning be celebrated the  event with a big dinner, with  Mumm's Extra Dry on the side, at  the Pack Train. When a tinhorn  cleaned up a few dollars he celebrated che event at the' Pack  Train in beefsteak and onions. All  money looked alike to ''Tony" arid  ������������������Louie." The "Booster" was  served as carefully as th������������ "Dealer"  and "Gum.Boot Kitty" was accorded the same, treatment as was  the wife of tbe District Judge.  The Pack Train was truly cosmopolitan. Many a time has the  Stroller gone tbere for a meal when  he would climb onto a stool' between - a professional man and a  Y. M. C. A. secretary. By the  time he bad reached the dessert  stage of his meal "Soapy" Smith  would probably be where the professional man had sat, while tne  stool vacated by the Y. M. C. A.  secretary would be occupied by  Few Clothes Molly and next to  Molly would be the "Gin Ricky  Kid" or possibly the barkeeper  from the Red Onion saloon. Three  minutes later the seat which the  Stroller had held down might be  occupied by "Hop Head Harry,"  the lady called "Little Egypt"  who did the 'serpentine dance at  tbe Standard theatre; or some bespectacled magazine^ writer from  the east who"' would say "I came  north to get material for a story  and to study conditions''' but who  usually wound r' up' by washing  dishes in some cheap hash house  for his board until he could get a  remittance from home. ���������   .  And-throughout tbe long, changing years the. Pack .Train has shared and had a part in the joys and  sorrows, ups and downs of Skagway, but for years past the: glory  and glamor which hovered over  that eating emporium in the early  days have been missing. - The gambler with the big "spark" is seen  no more with, the "leading lady"  at Clancey's in the "Private Box  for Ladies," nor is no w: ever heard  the "Burn 'em up Kid", who bas  just won a half-dozen plunks at  roulette, give his order for "De  best youse have in de house, See?"  The iady who used win on "fixed"'  wheels and then go to the Pack  Train and spend her winnings on  "cold birds and small bots" is now  an unknown personage iu Skagway- By-The-Sen. All aro gone.  All has changed. ' ." ���������  Many a woman finds ic hard  work to live up to her photographs  Passing Ttiijong:  A. S. Black spent Chrietmas in  Spokane.  . Mrs. Courtney is now chef at thf*  National hotel.  Pea pool is the prevailing pastime in the city of copper.  . Gene Shea has gone to the coast  for the benefit of bis health.  Mrs. Boyer has returned from  spending-tbe holidays iii Nelson.  There will be a District Meeting  of the'W. F. M. in Nelson, on. the  ���������io&CyK-\ -  -- ;:-"'-- .;,',;  John Meyer is in  the city and  rop'orta-t������mt*������-Hvoljr-olong_the West  Fork.  By the middle of the month the  skating rink will be entirely finished.  Greenwood and Phoenix .will  Boon bave ������ continuous telephone  service.  Cosgrove & McAstocker will  open a motion picture show iu  Phoenix.  Laying steel on the Kettle Valley railway will begin at Midway  this week.  Pete Mullan has wandered back  to the Boundary and is working in  a tie camp.  Fred W. McLaine has moved to  the office adjoining the Bank of  Commerce.  Last Thursday, Mrs. Martha  Nichols died in Grand Forks from  pneumonia.  Monday evening in Pboenix, the  Greenwood curlers won two games  ont of three.  At his studio in Greenwood, J.  H. James cau take photographs at  any time, day or night.  W. H. Aldridge has retired from  the management of the Trail sinel-  ter-and gone to 'Frisco.  For the first time in Greenwood  this winter, tbe thermometer kissed  zero early New Year's morning.  Send a copy of Float to your  friend? in the cent belt. You can  get one for two bits at The Ledge  office.  It is thought in New York that  the B. C. Copper Co. will declare a  dividend this month. "San Juan  I hear de ban'."  Until the 15tb of January 50,000  shares of the Argo Mining & .runnel Co. 's stock can be bought for  25 (enta a share.        ������������������  H. Legault is now manager of  the B. C. Telephone in the Boundary. M. T. KJoyds has been transferred to Vancouver: -  George Well wood was in tbe  city last week from YVe6tbridge.  He is applying for an hotel liquor  licence at that point.  The Granby Co. intends to turn  out this year over 25,000,000  pounds of copper at an expanse of  about 10 cents a pound. '  A mining expert from Pullman  inspected the Argo tunnel and expressed himself,.- as '. being well:  pleased with tbe property.  The office and machine shop at  Kawhide mine were burned down  Monday morning. This will delay  operations in tbe mine for about a  week.��������� . .  The Skating Rink will bo open  to the public Friday evening next.  General admission, 25 cents: Season tickets for sale at the principal  stores.  (T  ^\  Duncan Mcintosh is  again a candidate for  the mayoralty of Greenwood. An interesting  contest is expected next  week, between him and  Fred B. Holmes.  \=  Keep Saturday first free to go to  the Hall, Government street, any  time after 3 p.m., for tea with the  Junior W.'A. .The children will  be the hostesses.  J. JR. Jackson, M.P.P., leaves  this', week; for- Victoria, to-attend,  the legislative session. - It is to be  hoped thaWohn _will eefc-another-  $30,0"00~for good roads.         "  When the lead is struck in the  Argo tunnel, Ola Lofstad will run  a free bus every- hour .to the property, In order to'give-everyone an  opportunity to inspect the workings. '  H. Browning has recovered from  his sore knee and been discharged  from the hospital. He will leave  this week for Victoria, where he  has accepted a pofition as purchasing agent for the C.N.B.  , Jim Copland spent the holidays  in the city talking'to his friends.  Less than 100 white people bave  heen in B. C. longer than Jim.  He mined along the Fraser in 1858  and must have made a million dollars in his time.  A Tea will be giAen by the Junior Woman's Auxiliary, in tbe hall  (Wood block), on Satnrday Jany.  7, to which all are invited. The  charge will be small, but funds are  required for tbe work, so be sure  and come and bring your friends.  BOXING CONTEST.  There will be a boxing contest in  Greenwood, upon January 14, for  the bantam-weight .championship  of Al berta, between Clarence E.  Smith, present champion of Alberta; and C. McArthnr, ex bantam-weight champion of Canada.  Two preliminaries, of four rounds,  between Scotty Mellin, light heavyweight champion of B. C; and  George Bates of Spokane:- Also  four rounds between local men'K  Tickets for ������ale at Logan & Co.'si-  Clip This^Out*  The legal weight per bushel of  farm staple commodities,  as fixed  bv  the laws of the Dominion of  Canada, is as follows :-���������  - '  Commodity.                Weight per Bus.  Wheat    .  60 lbs.  Oats        ....  34   ���������.  Barley    ....  48   ���������  Bye        .       .       ...  56   ���������  Buckwheat     .  48   ���������  ;Flax       .    ''.'���������...     .  56    ���������������������������  Indian Corn    .       .       .  50   ���������  Peas       .       .  60   ,.  Beans '������������������'...  CO   ���������  Beets       ...  60   ���������  Carrots   .       .  60   ���������  Castor Beans   .  40   ���������'  Clover Seed  60 ���������':,.���������  Hemp Seed     .,     .       .  44   .,'  Onions    .       ...  50   ������������������;  Parsnips .       .       .       .  60 ,���������,<:  Potatoes .  60   ������������������  Turnips  .       .       .  00   ���������������  Timothy Sued .   '.,.������������������  48   ���������  Blue Grass Seed      .  14   ���������  Lime      .       .       .       ,  70 ���������  Bituminous Coal  70   ���������  Eggs \\ pounds per standard dor..  Hay is $100 a ton in Quesnel.  Old furs are advancing in price.  The are 203 Eagles in Rossland.  A barber shop is to be established  at Hope.  More coal has been found in the  Bulkley Valley.  Steel cells have been put in tbe  lock-up at Trail.  Long overshoes bave become  popular in Fernie.  There are 275 men working in  tbe Republic camp.  The new city lanes iu Chilliwack  must be 20 feet wide.  Timber wolves are becoming  plentiful near Skagway.  At Iditarod, Alaska, ice sold for  $180 a ton last summer.  Tbere is a famine in snow at  White Horse this winter.  In Kitselas, Ed Snyder ruus a  restaurant that bas no kny.  The cnrlers will have a bonspiel  in Vernon upon January 23.  Express rates between B. C. and  Alberta will soon be reduced.  During 1910 Coleman's assessment was increased $100,000.    ,  An attempt will be made to  grow hops on Graham Island.  John Collins died at Kitselas.  He was a pioneer of the north.  John Gait, C E , died in Vernon  last month from consumption.  There aro 130 men - working in  the St. Eugene uiiu**, <t- Moyie.  Al. Vy������" died ?������ Fi������ld Ianf week.  H** was burit-d ar ���������*���������������:��������� ,-j i Arm.  One hundred turkeys were sold  in Sonth Fort Ge.ir^e last month.  On the Fife mine there is to ba  done 5,000 feet of diamond drilling.  - Vernon will borrow $23,000 tc  improve its system of water-works.  While hunting near Rossland,  Hurry Linburg shot a 60 pound  lynx.  In H.jzelton eggs are $1 ������ dozen:  oats 7 cents and pork 35 cents a  pound.  The mint at Ottawa -will begiu  this month to make coins from B.  C. gold.  From England, 20 bacheler'par-  r80ris'':ha.'ve'. been'"*sentr_tol^\v"6st9rir  Canada.1    "J--'*     ~  ���������   ���������     -���������'-���������  - - ������.  The; Grand Union; in Coleman,"  bas been sold to George Clair for  $30,000.  John  Johnson 'of Cowley,"  lirv*' f,  bought the   Eagle   restaurant  in  Coleman.  Penticton will install a water  and light system at an expense of  $200,000.  After living 12 years the North-  port Republican has suspended  publication.  Walter Robinson bas sold bis  barber shop in Rossland and moved to Spokane.  At a cost of $68,000 the C. P. If.  will build a steel barge for use on  Kootenay lake.  In some parts of tbe Okanagan,  roseai were still blooming, a week  before Christmas.  It has been discovered that the  Fraser valley is an ideal place for  growing walnuts.  Twenty years ago Bob Youill  had the only ranch on the shores  of Kootenay lake.  A vote on the Scott Act will be  taken in the Slccan, Victoria and  New Westminster.  Lane Gilliam is engineering a  big land deal in Mexico. He now  Uvea in Los Angeles.  Fred Conway, steward of the  Kuskanook, has 400 fruit trees on  his ranch, near Creston.  In Mission City this winter, a  real estate agent has been selling  town lots by lantern light.  The new wagon road between  Quesnel and Fort George will be 26  miles shorter than the old one.  There are 27 players in Jhe  Rossland Hockey Club, all local  men- with the exception of two.  A broken electric wire set a fire  hall in Revelstoke on'fjre, but the  firemen saved their home readily.  On Gold Creek, in the Skeena  district, several miners are sinking  to bed-rock on their placer claims.  The owners of coal lauds in B.C.  bave no surface rights beyond what  is needed for actual miuiug purposes.  Fernie now has ten mail boxes  scattered over the city iu order to  save people walking to the post-  office.  Frank Ricbter died in Victoria  on Christmas day, aged 73 years.  He settled in the Similkameon 46  years ago.  Since 1855, the placer mines of  Cariboo havo yielded $70,000,000  in gold, but the quartz has yet to  be touched.  Barkerville is coming to the  front. . In that camp recently,  seven Clilnamen were lined $20  each for gambling.        , ,  Frank Shipley, formerly a C. P.R.  engineer running out of Revelstoke.  was killed in a recent collision at  Vancouver, Wash. ,      ' '  John Davenport, a former owner "  of the Poormau mine, near Nelson-;  and Bob Ewart, are spending the  winter in Los Angeles.  Owing to a mistaken order there  war no Scotch whiskey in South  Fort George on Christmas.   AU of''  the inhabitants survived.  Dr. A. C. Nash of Peochland,  has issued a second volume of  poems. Pills, poetry and Peach-  land seem to be an agreeable trio.  It is reposted that- 75  square  miles of coal lands, about 35 miles   -  from Telkwa, have heen sold to an.  .  English syndicate for $20,000,000/  John L. Sullivan, the old-time-  pugilist, will probably take up his  residence in Vancouver.    He owns'  considerable property  near   that)  city.  On tbe Blackwater road, between  Quesael and Fort George,  tbere  are four freighters this winter who  charge from 5 to 10 cents a pound!  .  for freight.  Win. J. Stitt and Miss Maty  Lucas were married in Princeton  last week. They had been sweethearts for IS years without seeing  each other.  A cat was locked up for two  days in the Peutictou court-houBe,  without food or drink, and the  Herald makes a column oat of the  occurrence. -' "  I. T. Peterson of Marcus, owns  a Norwegian bible that was printed in 1589. The book weighs 15  pounds and is iu a good state of  preservation.  Nine out of every ten -persons  returned to the United States from  Lethbridge, -because of their inability to.support themselves, are  cigarette fiends.  There will be a great race between tbe C.P.R. and C.N.B. this  year, as to which of these roads  will  first reach the north end of  Vancouver Island. ' "~ ���������  The business men of Prince Rupert gave William Blakemore   a ;  testimonial in  recognition of his.  "efforts against the passing of the -  Scott Act in that city.  Phil   McDonald,    formerly   of  Dawson, is keeping an hotel at Eureka, California.   .Phil McDonald,  .formerly of jGrreepwood,.is working ���������>  Ifor'tlie-city-o^^rln^^BjD^wfc^"  After serving the^d.-P.R.-/pr^l9--  years, E. P. Davis, K.C.; has'sev-'^  ered his connection'with that company in ������rdw to become edunseS  "oc the C.N.R.iu this province.  ,  Lasfsummer a turnip was grown  on Bill Doyle's ranch, near Kitselas,   that   weighed   15  pounds. <  Bill formerly lived in Three Forks  and knows how to grow turnips.  Seattle got its name from an  Indian chief. Mrs. Denny, tha  first white woman to reside in Seattle, died in that city last week.  Her huband 'founded Seattle 63  yeare ago.  Isaac Kipp is the oldest settler  in Chilliwack. He came to the  Valley in 1862. There are 60  members of the Pioneer's Association, all of whom came to Chilliwack before the year 1875.  Mrs. Kate Wade died at Skoc-  knm Chuck last week, aged 109  years. She was born there and remembers the coming of the firs*  white men in 1836, when a tiading  post was built aft Port Langley.  George Walmsley killed himself  in Nelson last week, by cutting'  his throat with a knife. He waa  for years in the Kootenay hotel, at  Sandon, with tbe late Ed McLeod.  His brothers, Billy and Charley,  are well-known saloon men of Port  Moody and Nelson.  Too Dangerous.  Old Aunt Hepsy Garside never  had Been a moving-picture show  before. She gaxed in speechless  Wonder at the magic contrivance  by which messenger boys were  made to move with break-neck  speed, barbers to shave their customers in less than a minute, and  heavy policemen to dash along the  street at a rate never attained by a  living specimen, either on or off  duty.  It was. all real.to her. She  could not doubt the evidence of  ber senses. All those things were  taking place exactly as depicted.  Presently an automobile came ia  sight in the far background, moving at tbe rate of at least ft mile ������  minute. Just as a catastrophe  seemed inevitable, it swerved aside,  passed on, ar/.d disappeared.  Aunt Hepsy could stand it no  longer. Hastily grasping the band  of her little niece,5;: she rose and  Btarted swiftly foi; the door.  "Come along ��������� Mlnervy !'* she*  said. "It ain't safe to, stay hero  ony longer! That thing didn't  miss me more than two tact 1"  '",   J"."..  /   f -*��������� -lit  * - J1 '���������i j  * ^y  / - >'������������������ ������������������'&  ���������'  " '*:��������� -��������� ti:  **.*     'r>-  ,  ���������j-i  '-'-VI  laummuim  m_--mm���������mm%~m  aBMMa'jj^mwaftwiiuiMiUMMMJaJgww^iM  ���������m  When a minister makes a mi*-  take people forget all about the  mantle of charity.  Only a fool tries to dodge 4ba  I worst by sitting d6wu and- hooiog  ' for the beat. *i������~.fr������v  ���������������������������,...'-������. ���������   >  *���������������"  rrT^. :_mMf  ��������� 3���������sv rrv-TJ?*  ������m  U&mmWrSSmmMB  3ES  i "'. Hnvnisra  ' *    [ttmtVmWd  ���������' -1 Ai-Liaa  AP&ssgj THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Dilapidated Gentleman Discovers  a Gold Mine.  HIGH   LIVING   ON   THE  ROAD  Disguised as a Sleuth and Armed With  a Badge He Fascinates as He Travels  and Gets the Best Room and Food In  All Houses.  [Copyright.  By  1910,  M.  Literary  QUAD.  by   Associated  Press. J  iAY." snii]  the dilapidated gentleman a.< in- squared himself  uroiiu'tf' -.on   tin-   park   bench,  "duti-'i ir'iVe it .-iwii.v. l)iit  I've'  stiin-k   ii   jjnld "mine.     Why   I   didn't  think of it .{-ours ago nnd have a million    Invested    in    govern incut    Ponds  bents   ifie.  ��������� i'vf heen   -out    Cor   two  months giving it a n-ial. .-ind she's boss.  "Whin's thc gold  tillnt'V    Wli.v. playing detective among tlie fanner's.    I've  beeu in It u-> to ilu.. neck nnd just run  back to town to lill up on champagne  and  lobster.    See  this  nickel  badge?  Observe that it's marked "A. D. A.'    if  that doesn't stand  for 'American  Detective agency: then you can have my  goat..   Where's the agency?    You tell.  That's [inrt of uiy delect ive business���������  to keep I lie location secret.    I just say  it's in Now York, city and lei il go at  DISOUISELI .1-  A SLEUTH.  that,    if the street- and number were  given away some Black (lander would 1  be throwing a bomb.  "Say, if there's a mail in this world j  whom the farmer cottons to it's a de- I  tec-tive.   He stands ina we of him-   He j  reverences hini.-'He tilings on liis looks !  and words.  He takes him for a greater I  man   than   Taft.,--- -I've  known   it   for  years,  but   I  never took  to-tlie game  until   last  spring..    It   was  a  success  from the start, and 1  think 1 see my  self wearing a  fur overcoat this winter and boarding at the Waldorf.  "Tbisbadge cost me a dollar, but it  beats tlie American eagle all to pieces  ���������for effect   I hike out into the country  tn my Rlud rags.   I have a set of false  whiskers in  my hind  pocket.   J   have  a pair of old handcuffs,  bought at a  junk-shop  for  a  quarter.     I   strike  a  farmhouse.     Woman   is  going  to  set  the dog on  me. when  I use the confidential  voice and ask  her if she  has  seen a man with red'hair, a lop shoulder and a cast in his eye���������a man wanted for murder in Iloboken.   She starts.  She stares.   As.I throw my coat back  in a careless way she sights the badge.  Dog is kicked nnd called off.   Husband  is summoned  from  the cornfield,   fie  comes'running  with  a club,  but   the  wife stops him.  I am as*officer in disguise on the trail of a murderer.  Gets Best In the House.  "I   hint that after a  bite  to eat  I  shall bave some inquiries to make.  The  - bite is  forthcoming���������the  best  in   tho  bouse. ���������'���������'iTben I expose my badge and  false   whiskers   and   handcuffs.    Gee  ���������whiz,  but how that farmer takes me  to his bosom!  A member of the American Detective agency on the trail of  a murderer!    It's a bigger thing than  a circus to him.  "I give him details.  The murderer is  a workingimin.    He comes ''home and  finds   clam   fritters   instead   of   pork  chops   for   supper,   and,   seizing   the  butcher knife,  he plunges it into  his  wife's heart.   His children scream out  in horror, and he flees.   He heads this  way.   He hus no money and is "probably hiding In a haystack Or barn,   de  bas the knife with him" nnd is a desperate  man,  but   I  do  not  fear him.  That's my business���������to tackle desperate men.  "I   want permission   to  search   the  NURSING MOTHERS  show  the  beneficial   effects of ,������    ���������  Scott'sEmulsion  in a very short time. It  not only builds her up,  but eurickes the mother's  milk and. properly nourishes the childi- -?    ���������  -Nearly all mothers vho  nurse their children should  take this splendid food-  tonic, not only to' keep  up their own strength but  to properly. nourish their  children.,  KOB BALK. UT AU. DHDOOISTS  outbuildings. If It Is toward mgnt i  suggest that I go ou watch right after  dark And. oh, how the same works!  No matter how I describe the murderer's appearance and dress, the farmer  and his wife have seen him skulking  along the highway, l search burns  and stacks. The farmer, armed with  a pitchfork, accompanies me. We Qnd  nothing, but thai doesn't prove that the  murderer is, not In tlie neighborhood.  I throw out hints* and. am asked to  stay all night to protect the house.  Glorious supper. Glorious bed. Glorious breakfast. And then I make another search nnd move on to the nest  place. Like enough my host squeezes  a greenback iuto my hand at parting.  Oh. man. man. hut It's a lead pipe  cinch!  There's millions in It!  "Say at about noon I come along to a  farmer at his gate. ' He <-alls out:  '"('an you hoe corn, Willie'*"'  " 'Vo/ t'-d.-i.v.'  " 'Then get along with you. toi  there's no dinner for you!'  "'If I can pass a sharp eyed man  like you I guess my disguise will do.'  "' '"Whad you mean?'  Wins by His Badge.  "Then I let him get sight of my  badge and in a whisper ask him if he  has seen a man with a broken nose and  a scar across his right cheek pass his  house wii bin three or four days���������escaped convict, desperate man, $500 reward, killed a keeper when escaping,  lias sworn uot to be recuptured alive.  further particulars after dinner.  "Fine dinner. I am urged to cat  as much as a horse. I search the  premises after dinner. 1 crawl under  tlie barn iu doing it, and the farmer Is  go struck by my inlrcpcdity tlmt he  forces me to accept a two dollar bill.  See?  "I come along lo a farmhouse about  sundown. 1 peer and peek. 1 look  both wise and mysterious. Farmer is  milking his cow. and he calls out:  " 'Now,   then,   you   shove   along   or  you'll roost in jail tonight!'  "'S-h-h-h!   Can we he overheard?'  "'Aboud whad?' x'  " 'Hush, man, or you may scare the  game off."  " 'Game?   Game?'  "'Have you lately hired a man���������a  man with a broken nose und blind lu  the left eye?'  " 'Na w. No sech man wanted to hire  out to me.'  " 'Then we may converse in our usual  tones. I bad a hint that he might be  here. You see my badge and whiskers  and darbies. Beeu on his trail for two  weeks.'  " 'You don't say! What did tbe feller do?'   ���������  "'He's a r.lack (lander.and threw a  bomb that killed five people.'  ' " 'Lands save us!   And lie came this  way?'  " 'As near ns 1 can make out. We  had best search your barns after supper.'  Catches Another Lobster.  "Glorious supper. I am Invited to  stay all night. I accept Search is nil.  but the fugitive assassin may be hiding in tlie woods close by and visit the  house nt a late hour lu search of food.  1 am given the parlor bedroom, that 1  may be in and out of bed every hour.  Twice during the night, as i relate at  the glorious breakfast (able. 1 heard  suspicious noises and softly slid out of  doors, but the murderer escaped In  the darkness.  "Farmer comes down with a scad  for my eternal vigilance and another  on my promise to keep my eyes open.  Then I move on to conquer new fields.  So blamed easy that I'm getting conscience stricken. I meet up with a  country constable who gives me the  collar.  "'(list!   You may have seen a lame  man with a bald head skulking around  here?'  "'Aud what of it?"  " 'Bank cashier on the skip. Took  over $00,000. Got on old clothes. Reward of $5,000.'  " 'And what the devil Is It to an old  bum like you?'  "I flash tbe badge at him. I pull out  the whiskers. I jingle the handcuffs  and wink.  "'By thunder, but I'm on!' he exclaims.  '"I knew you'd fall for It Keep  your eye peeled, and if you sight him  let the American Detective agency  know by wire at once.'  "Say, I've played the game twenty  times and have pulled it off beautifully. At this very moment I have at  least five constables 'and two sheriffs  looking for murderers nnd escaped  convicts, and there are a dozen farmers who daren't go to their barns after  dark. Fine! Glorious! Beats any con  game. See you when snow flies again  aud teli yon more. Got to see about  starting a bank account now. So long  to yon, and don't give the new scheme  away."  Her Terrible Experience Shows  How Peruna Should Be in Every  Home to Prevent Colds.  Mrs. C. S.  Sage r s e r,  1311   Woodland    Ave.,  Kansas  City,     Mo���������  writes:  "I'-feel  it  a  ..duty    to  you  and   to  others   that  may be afflicted    like  myself,    to  speak for  Peruna.  "My trouble  first  came   after  ki   g i* 1 p p o  e i g,h t or  nine     years  ago, a gathering in my  ; head    n n d  I neuralgia.  I  su ft e red  ! most all the  I t I m e. My  nose,     ears  and  eyes  were    badly  affected   for  ihe last two years. I think from your  description of Internal catarrh that I  must have had that also. I suffered  verv severely.  "Nothing ever relieved me like Peruna. It  keeps me from taking- cold.  "With the exception of some deafness I am feeling perfectly cured. I  am  forty-six  years old.  "I teel that words aro inadequate to  express my praise for Peruna."  Catarrh in Bad Form.  Mrs. Jennie Darling, R. F. D. 1,  Smyrna Mills. Altiine, writes: "I was  unable to do my work for four yeavs,  as I had catarrh in a bad form. I  coughed Inceusanlly, and (rot so -weak  and was confined to my bed.  , ','KVvPa came t0 "->' relief ancl bv  faithfully using- it. I am able to do inv  work Peruna Is tlie best medicine that  I  evei   took"  A  FLORAL DEPARTMENT'  C. P. R. Takes interest in Flower Bed  as Well as Road Bed  That a groat railroad should take an  interest in tho flower bed as well as  tlie road bed, is a now departure���������  yet not new, for it has passed tlie experimental stage and is now an assured fact. The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company has a floral department  which dispenses freely to the Agents  from tlie Atlantic to tlie Pacific, flower  seeds, bulbs, shrubs, etc., for tlie beau-  fication of its stations. All who have  travelled extensively have vivid recollections of tlie beautiful surroundings  at some wayside station, not only in  this country but also in Hnrope. To  a traveller who sees nothing of a  town, what an inspiiation to see the  mime of the stopping place in a beau-  j tii'ul design. There is an instant de-  | sire to see more of the town. The  ��������� Canadian Pacific is .aggressive and  ! progressive. The first transcontinental road to put 'ships on the Pacific  now puts a floral belt across the continent.  .1 u.it now the annual distribution of  bulbs is being made, the seeds, etc.,  being sent out in tlie spring, and over  half a million are being forwarded lo  the employees all along the road. After sixteen years opcialion tlm Company finds it has 1.000 gardens at, its  stations, anil this is a result that is  encouraging not only to the nianngo-  meiit of (he road, but to ihe lovers of  flowers that travel along its lines.  e go to all parts of the world for the wonderful ingredi  ents of Psychine  (pronounced Si-keen).   We combine  these ingredients in the finest chemical laboratories .,,  in Canada, and so great is our 30-year-old faith..  ,.&{  in this preparation that- we'll buy a 150-  cent bottle of it from your druggist   ,j!TT  and, give it to you, to,:.try,/. ,..v ^  gcrser.  Gregson���������"Why are you following  thnf young mail al the plough.Willi 11  whip.1'"  Fanner���������''Why, that's my son. lie  can ie from college with his hair parted in the middle an' ii-smokin' a cigarette. They sent ine a whoppin' big  bill an' said he'd bin n-sowing of his  wild oats. I tell you sir,'1'in innkin'  him sow some lame ones now."  "M'liy are you disgusted, Dennis?"  "J just heard wan man call another  a liar. And the man that was called  a. liar said lhe other man would havo  lo apologize or there would  fight."  "And  why should, that make  look so sad?"  "The dther man apologised."  be  you  >������������.,  For nearly the third of a century we . If these white corpuscles are not in -below, mail it to ns and we'll give jroniy?.  have known, what  Psychine  will  do. sufficient numbers or are not sufficient- dr.uggist.an order,.(for,���������whIch we paj-V  We have known It to cure hundredg of ly  strong,  then   these  disease  germs 'him the reffulai retail price) for a 59>i;  thousands in that time, of some of the destroy   tHein  and   disease   holds; the cent'-bottle  of''.Psychine' to  be givea*'.'  most desperate cases of disease known body.. That's the cause of nearly every yon free-of cost:'                       '���������,'���������'?.'.,' . '<}���������  to medical science.      _���������"��������� disease that afflicta  the  human  race.   _.,We will undoubtedly .buy and d-lstirl-v;  We have received thousands of un- For  years,  centuries,  in   fact,  It  has bute in this manner hundreds of thou-Ti  solicited testimonials,  which   we will heen recognized that herbs are the most sands ,of these 50-cent, bottles of Psy---'-'  gladly let you look over should you effective treatment for disease. ,   '    ''  chine.          '               V    ' 'i  ' "    '    ">  desire. 'It' is only within recent times that -'And we do that to show bur entire-'?;  Think of it, a third of a century's we have been able to tell just why they confidence in .this wonderful prepara-0  experience  with   one   preparation,   a were so effective.                                      tion. '            -.,���������..-, ._���������.-������������������    -.    ���������>  third  ot  a  century's   intimate  know- Because  certain  of  them   increased      A confidence that has been based on'*  ledge of what extraordinary cures  it and strengthened-the white corpuscles-our 30 - years'   experience'; with'-thls-v**  bas made���������almost a lifetime! or phagocytes.                                           splendid preparation, with.a full,know-.-.;  'Do you wonder then with that per- These herbs are  employed  in  com- 'edge of the hundreds of thousands'- ot:i-  fect knowledge of 'Psychine,  that  we pounding Psychine.                        '         cures it has made. -...'���������             '        '.   /!/  aro anxious to bring it to-the notice  if everyone in Canada suffering from  Jlsease? China and JaDan all contribute." ������������������"--    -: '-" "' -������������������w^--   ��������� ^-' ~ '��������� *V *?5u,v'";-< .,$  Do you wonder that we want those  '.o know who are using wrong meihoJs  of cure, who are not getting well, and  vho we know will be benefited by  ?sychlne.  Do you wonder that we can buy  mndreds of thousands of 50-cent bot-  -.les of Psychine from the druggists of  Canada to give to those who wish to  try it?  We go all over this world to obtain  these herbs. Arabia, South America,  China and Japan all contribute.' ������������������ '-���������* '������������������  And the result is a preparation that,  will restore health and build vitality as  no other preparation will.'"  That has proven Itself in nearly tho  third of a century's-use as no other  preparation has proven itself.  That is a most effective treatment I  for: |  .......cpupp^Nv^:^,',  to the Dr.  T. A. SLOCUM,   Ltd.  193-195  Spadina Ave., Toronio  ���������-Inflcept'jotFr'offfer to trya'S&."bott't?������'''  of  I'Hj-chino  (pronounced  Hi-keen) nt  your cxpunso.    1 ha c not had n .10c.  bottlo of   Prijrchlnu .under *hfn- plan.!  Kln<lly..'ndviK(������'niy druggist to ;'delivorV  thln bottlo to mo. '��������� .*; ,  *'-;-: '-;���������  Dodging the Taxes  A young man, who i.s close in money  matters had the good fortune to niairy  a girl whose patents were quite  wealthy, ami he is at present living  with his wife in one of liis father-in-  law's houses. Not long since, whilst  he was discussing affairs with a  friend, (he latter asked:  "Did the old gentleman give vou  that house?"  "Well���������er���������no, not exactly," was the  answer. "He offered it to me, but I  wouldn't accept it."  "How's that?" asked t'.ic friend.  "Well," answered tho other, "yon  see the house really belongs to me.  I'm living in it rent" free, and I'll get  it when tlie old man dies. If I accepted it now I'd have to pay the  taxes."  fine  Jeff  Farmer (proudly)���������See what  'taters 1 get by industry." Lazy  (complacently)���������"Huh! Ah gits'xact  ly tie same kind by moonlight."���������  Judge.  *  *  *  Psychine builds vitality.  It  strengthens   and   increases   the  .vhlte   corpuscles   of   the   blood���������the  phagocytes,  the  policemen  or  scavengers of the blood.  j These white corpuscles of the blood,-  .vhen  strong   enough,   destroy   every  disease germ that gets Into the body,  keeps the body healthy.  L.i Grlpiia  Bronchi! i.-i  Hemorrliaeea  Sore Throat  Anaemia  Female Weakness  Indiuesiion  Poor Appetite  Cti ills and Fevers  Sleepl-KMncxs and  .Vervonu Trouble*  fironeblal Toughs  Weuk Lung!)  Weak Voice  Sprin-r Weakness -  Enrlr Declln'!  Cntarrhiil Affections;  Catnrrh of Stomuoh  Night SwtaiB  Obstinate Coi'ghi  Larj-npriUs ana   ..." ������������������    Dyspepsia  Aft������r-eftV>ct������  of Pleurisy,  Pneumonia and   :"  ..    La Qrippe. :  :,Now we don't ask you to 'take our j  word for the tremendously, beneficial..{.  effect of Psychine'.   Fill out the coupon ' [;  My Kamo .'   -Town..;   -'. -Street and -Number 1'. ."'.';���������.',-.'.  My Druggist's Knme .- ,.,..  Street and Number- .".���������'���������;. ,*.-  This coupon In nVi't Rood for a id-;, bottle  of iHjcbine If presei ted to tho druggist  - itmuit be^sont u>��������� we will then buy  the ������nc. b tile nf Psychine f-om your  druggist and direct, him to deliver It to  jou. Thi" ofTcr may be withdrawn at j ���������:.-.  . any timo without notice.. Send coupon. v I ">?"  'to-day.     ��������� _:'   '������������������*���������-���������*.-."!���������.,i',--!..*-j.!".-r~4;  FIRST BOX GORED  HIS LAME BACK  "Don't forget," said the ready-made  philosopher, "thnt there is "always  room at the top."  "I'm working thc other wav," replied Mr. Growcher.    "What I'm  in-  tei'CSted   in   ia   n   mining-   proposition,"  ���������Washington Star.  Well-Meaning Golfer-"ICr-do you  think it quite safe to bring tlmt child  across the links?"  Matilda Jane���������"Oh, it's all right,  sir. I shouldn't think of bringin' Mm  if ho warn't as deaf as a post, poor  little chap!"  Irritable Spouse���������Tlierc were plenty  of men who wanted me.  Logical Husband���������But think how  happy you havo made them by taking  me.  High   Praise   For  GIN   PILLS.  Sniithville, Ont.  "1 suffered for three years with a  Pain in My Hack. I am now taking  GJN PILLS and find a great relief  after taking-only one box."  W. J.  BALDWIN.  Is it any wonder that we sell GIN  PILLS with an iron-clad guarantee of  money back if they fail to give relief?  We know that GIN PILLS will stop  the pain in the back���������relievo the bladder���������nnd cure every trace of Kidney  Trouble and Rheumatism.  Gils PILLS have cured thousands  of cases of Kidney Trouble that were  regarded as hopeless.  ��������� We don't ask you to buy GIN  PILLS to find out what (hoy will do  for you.  'Siinply   write   us,   mentioning   Ibis  paper, and  we  "ill  uend you ������  sample  l>y.\- free. Then, if you are unable to  get the reirul.-ir size boxes at your  dealer's, write us, aud we will supply  you fit the retail price���������50c. a box, 0  for $m.ha. GIN PILLS are made find  guaranteed by the large.*( wholesale  drug house  in  the British  Empire.  National Dru<j and    Chemical   Co.,  Dept. N. U., Toronto. 47  Appearance Often  Deceptive  "What a.fine looking man that is!"  exclaimed a young lady as a gentleman passed by who would attract attention anywhere.  "Yes," replied her companion. "He  looks like an encyclopedia, 'but he  talks like a premier."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, ,&c.  The'less important a thing is the  more fusa the avenge woman makes  over it.  '    ���������'   Her  Habit   '  "Miss Jones isn't looking at all like  herself this evening."  "Oh, no���������she never does."���������Clove-  land Leader.  Holloway's Corn Cure takes  corn out, by the roots. Tiy 't  prove it.'  ll..>  end  ."*' The Truth Wilf' Oiit"''  "?'?    ,v  -Mabel���������Susan- how. old? will'you-:be}"  on your next birthday? '        '  Street Car Conductor���������Thirty-fourth,'  next. ���������        .    _     .'.,.,.    ,,.-......  Susan���������Homd .'manI'C\How.-itl5d^rie'i*  know? "���������    .rf-i  A Simple and Cheap -Medicine.���������  A simple, cheap and effective medicine is something to be desired. There  ;s no medicine so effective a regulator of .the digestive system as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They are  simple, they are cheap,, thoy can be  got anywhere, and their beneficial  action will prove their recommendation. They are the medicine of the  poor man and those who wish to escape doctor's bills will do well in giving them a trial.  Many a niiiu is so stingy tlmt he  won't even tell a joke tit his own expense.  aulokly atops coughs, carea colda, heals  i* ��������� throat ond lungs. ���������   -   ���������  29 cents.  Stella���������Would  you".say   she  was  a  well drc-.-scd woman?  MeJlii���������No; sho looks' like a  street bear who has covered  desperate hurry.���������Puck.  Wall  in   a  For Sprains and  Bruises.���������Tlie're is*"  nothing better for sprains and contus-'.)-  ions than Dr. Thomas' - Eclectric Oil:"  It- will  reduce  the  swelling  that ioY-7/  lows a-sprain, will cool-the inflamed'-;  flesh   and   draw   thc   pain   as   if, by;  magic.   It will-take the ache out of*  a  bruise and  prevent tlie  flesh from';,  discoloring.   It seems as if tlierc mis'.  magic in if, so speedily does the in-'5-"  jury disappear under treatment. ;.    jC  Regular dishonesty is easier to niari-^'  .'ige than irregular honesty.   ' ' .fe,   ���������- - "   -   ������  Now is thc period of time between*'  awhile ago and after awhile. *������(?  lo    admit  Something  Liko a Catch.  A gentleman was strolling across a  large estate when he came upon a man  fishing. "What sort of fish do you  catch here?" he said.'  "Mostly trout." replied the man.  "How many have you caught?"  "About ten or twolvre','slr."  ��������� "What-Is   about'the  heaviest  you  have caught?", continued  the gentleman.  "Well, I don't know the weight, but  the water sunk two or three feet when  I pulled It out."-Chlcago Journal.  Ho-"\Vell,  I'm  willing  that I was wrong."  She���������"You'll have to do more, than  that."  He���������"What moro can I do?"  She���������"Admit that 1 was right."  Removing the Cause  Gosling���������Doctah, I've insomnia.  What'll I do?  "Do you hang up that necktie in  your roorii?"  ;t'Yaas."  "Well, leave it on the fire escape.  Five dollars."  "I understand Brindle nnd his wife  have quarrelled. What was the  cause?" "Why Biindie lost his wifo  in thc crowd and went peeking about  under all tho peach basket hats that  looked liko hers���������and she saw him  and got mad." ��������� Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  "Now, Harry," said the inspector,  which would you rather write about?  All you know about William the Conqueror or all about our last holiday?"  "All J know about William the Conqueror," said Harry. "Whv," said the  inspector, surprised. "Well, you see,"  said Harry, "I could write all I know  about William the Conqueior in a few  minutes, whereas it would take me a  couple of hours to write about my last  holiday."  A girl understands men so well because she pretends not to.  StticlUy stops coughs, coxes colds, heals  it  throat and  limes. *   -   -  25 cents.  Mrs. Culler���������"You surely don't always give your husband a necktie on  his birthday?"*  Mrs. Atlioine���������"Yes, I do; and thc  poor dear doesn't even know its the  same one eacli time!"  Children Often Need a''lsu****ve���������tut you cannot be'too;  oa-reiul what you give them. , Harsh -  purgatives injure the bowels''and pave the way for  life-long troubles.   The new  evacuant In    _  "'i  does the work most  effectively without irritating the-bowels  or causing any discomfort.   The children'like them for they taste  like candy.   One of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  ������2^ *, ^X"  " J,?uItdrUKls' h" *���������<>������ /et stocked them, send 25c. and w. will mail them. 20  NAhonal Drug and Chemical Comp������ny of QuiaJa. Limiud.       .       .       Montreal  ������������l������>*~W������>*>*-mr "'��������� Montreal.  r^=m WHEN IT COMES TO  "Splendid color, isn't it?" asked the  fishmonger, cutting open the salmon.  "Yes," replied tlie purchaser; "looks  as if it were blushing at the price you  ask for it."  Hank Stubbs���������I'd like to go out an'  pick up a few chestnuts, but I don't  dast to.  Bige Miller���������Whv not?  Hank Stubbs���������I'm feared I'll be  mistook for n red squirrelan' git shot.  ���������Boston Herald.  Soon after the arrival-of the first  baby his wife went upstairs one evening and found him gazing earnestly at  the child. She. was touched by the  sight and tears filled her eyes." Hei  111 ms. stole softly around his neck as  she rubbed her cheek caressingly  against his shoulder. He started  slightly at the touch. ' ���������  (< "Darling," he murmured dreamily,  "it i.s incomprehensible to.me how  they get such a erlh as that for 90  cents."���������The World's Work.  Frank. Criticism.  The colored 'lady was undecided In  re.'jriird 10 the pose that would display  her beauty to advantage.   - ���������"''���������'���������  "1 think a, profile would be best,"  suggested the photographer.  "Not fo' mine." declared the lady emphatically. "Dnr's no expression to  .dem dar silhouettes."���������Sunday Illustrated Magazine.  Something to Brag About.  "Just think!"  "What?"..  "Thnt new musical comedy star was  our hired girl once." ��������� Detroit Free  Press.  Wharry was telling some friends  nboul, a proposed fishing trip.  "Are there any   trout   out   there?"  asked one friend.  . "Thousands of 'em," replied Wharry.  "Will they bite easily?" asked another friend. . .  "Willthey?" said Whnrry. "Why,  they're absolutely .vicious. A man lins  to hide behind 11 tree to bait a hook."  The Lady���������Nearly been drowned  three times, have you? Dear, dear!  What were  your  feelings,  I  wonder?  The Salt���������Siune ench time, lady.  The Lady���������Just tlie samn on nncli  occasion? That's very strange. What  were they?   '  The Salt���������Wet, mum!  "I am pleased to inform you that  I have been cured by Cuticura Soap  nnd Ointment. Since I -was a boy I  have suffered with dandruff, not only  from tho itching butt from its disagreeable appearance in a scaly form  all over my head. I had to brush it  off my clothes ail day long. I used  every kind of preparation supposed  to curo dandruff, also soaps and  shampoos, but it seemed to me that,  instead of improving with these rem- m  edies, the dandruff increased, even  I my hair began to fall out and tho  ; result was that two months ago  j eczema developed on mv scalp.  "I suffered so from this that as a  last resource I thought I would try  Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. They had the most gratifying  results for I had used only one box  of Cuticura Ointment and a single  cake of Cuticura Soap when I was  cured, tho eczema and dandruff were  gono and my head perfectly clear.  "I can assure you .that so long as  I live 110 other soap than Cuticura  will bo used by mo and all thoso near  to me.    I will also add that I will  always me Cuticura Ointment as a  dressing for tho hair.   I feel that you  should know of my cure and if you  desire you may use this as a truo  testimonial'which comes from a sufferer of thirty years' standing.    I  ,-wilI be happy to tell any one of my  experience in order to assist those  who may be suffering from the samo  '-disease."    (Signed)   J. Acevf.do,  I General Commission Merchant,  I 69 Pearl St., New York.  I Cuticura Soap and Ointment afford tho  ���������pcedlMt nnd most economical treatment for  Itchlnsr, burning, scaly humors ol Infants, children and adulta. As In this case, is ������lncle set Is  often sufficient Sold throughout the world.  Send to potter DruR & Chcm. Corp,, Boston,  V. B. A., Ior 32-pago Cuticura Book on trcat-  tocnt of skin and scalp afflictions.  Red, Weak, Weary, Watery  Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye " Remedy  Try Murine for your Eye Troubles  You will like Murine. It Soothes.  50c at Your Druggists. Write for Eye  Hooks Free. Murine Eye Remedy  Co., Toronto ,       ' 2  and  Enpeck's will was being drawn up  by the lawyer. ,"I hereby bequeath all  my propel ty to my wife," dictated  Enpeck. . "Got that .down?" "Yes."  "On condition," continued Enpeck,  "that she marries within a vear."  "But why that condition?" asked the  man of law. "Because," answered the  meek and lowly testator. "I .want  somebody to be sorry that I died."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  Teacher (to dull boy in mathematics) "You should be ashamed of yourself. Why, at your ngevGeorge Washington was a surveyor."  Pupil���������"Yes, sir, and at your ������ge he  wns president of tlie United States,"  MATCHES  We  are   everywhere with the   standard goods.  Paper and  Matches are  our  specialties.    Let us  know your w������nts���������we'll do the rest. *_ ". ("i  The E.B. Eddy Co. Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES fit PERSSE, LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Calgary/Edmonton,  Regina,  Fort William and Port Arthur.  *ond 10o., namt of papnr ami this ud. [nt ~t  boimtiful SiiTlnjs UnnJf nnd Olilld'n BkiitcU-Buuk.  IC40I1 bunk contain* a (iovii Luck I'tjiio/.  SCOTT & BOWNE  120 V/ollinjton Slraat. Weil       T'lmnto. Out,  Envelopes.  Envelopes are supposed to be quite  modern, but In the nirtu muuuscripu*  111 the British museum. No. 4-iaa--105,  there Is u letter from Martin Triewul'd  to Sir Hans ������Sloune, dated Stockholm,  April SM, 1705, lueloaed in an ordlpury  ordlnury  tn  iiii'iii'.'d :ii tin-end of Hie leiu'i  onvPli-'po.   wb>h -h   rt.Prieil'cuit   and  "While I was engaged to her she  made me give up drinking, smoking,  and golf. Last, of nil, I gave up something on my own account."  "What wns that?"  "The girl."  Agent���������This speedometer will enable  you to know how fast you nre goinir.  Otto Feind���������I don't need one. My  l'-.i'. 1 -'.u ���������   1 11- 1     j i-l   1- v.'ll  -.���������'i'.I.TMISiSlpC.-Up-'tfi!  IN^lLCpUiVTRiES^   mwmgNiGi  iwmkaxe^RB  ^y,W.'������T������������'������m.iy������ci5^pfet-  W. N. U , No. 520.  ******************  * *  * MOTHER'S LITTLE '   *  * TREASURE *  + '                        '������������������   -                *���������  * Whnl   mother does    not    look *  * upon  her baby as a little treas- *  * sure.   What mother   would   not *  * rather  suffer  herself    than    see *  * her  precious  little    one    suffer. *  * The we'll child bring- joy to the *  * lie-Tie���������the    sick    child      brings *  * misery, despair ti.id care.      But, *  * mothers, there   is   no   need for *  * yout   baby  to  be cross  and  ail- *  * ing;    even    during    the    much *  * dreaded    teething   time.     Whnt *  * baby needs to keep him well'is *  * an occasional    dose   of    Baby's *  * Own   Tablets.       These    Tablets *  * cure    all    stomach    und    bowel <*  * troubles;     destroy   worms   and*  * make teething easy.   Mrs, Pierre *  * M.    Cormier,    New    Richmond *  * Centre,    Que.,    writes:���������"Baby's *.  * Own Tablets have b::en of great *  * benefit to my little one nnd now *  * he sleeps well and eats well and *  * is happy   all    the   time."   The *  * Tablets    are    sold  by all  modi- *  * cine dealers   at   25   cents, a box *  * or direct from The Dr. Williams' *  * Medicine Co>, Brockvillc, Out,      *  * *  *****************  in limi  rary Heat Quickly  Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a-  perfect oil heater is of value? If you want to sleep with your window open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from ah oil heater  wnile you undress at night, and then turn it off.   Apply a match  in .the morning, .when you get oet of  bed, and you have heat while you dress.  Those who have to eat an early  breakfast before the stove Is 'radiating'  heat can get Immediate warmth,from  an oil heater, and then turn It off.  The girl who practices on the piano  in a cold room In the morning fan -  have warmth from an oil heater while  ihe plays, and then turn It off.    "  ���������*   The member of the family .who  has to walk the floor on a cold'winter s night with a restless baby can'get  temporary heat with an oil hcater^flnd'*  then turn It off.   The '   '  Tho  Dodger  '���������1 1 "  . Ill  1  ���������    1 - .  '���������  i������V- .'-  '"hi.  i..' 1 il .'  J  Smokeless  ma  Absolutely 8tnokeU$s and odorless  Is invaluable In It* capacity of quickly giving heat.   Apply i match and It Is lm.  mediately at work._ It will burn for nine liours without refilling. ,It-is,s������fe,-i>  jmokeless and odorless.   It has a damper top and 0 cool handle.' An Indicator   ;  ilway8 shows the amount of oil In the font. -     ^    .������������������.���������.-. ;;���������.!>���������������..^Vyv.:-���������>.������������������.  It has an oatomatlc-locldno flame spreader which prevents the  wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and Is easy to remove and drop  back so that the wick can be cleaned in an Infant. .  The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be quickly  unscrewed fur rewlcklng. . Finished In japan or nickel, strong,'durable, well,  made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental.  Dtaltr. Einrywhtri.   If not al yours, wilt for descrhtiin etrcular  to tkt ntartst wncy if thi  TIae Imperial OU Company,  LlmlUtJ.  mmEm%mmmz$^__mm>.  WimTt\ivissm THE   LEDfiE,   GBEECTOQD;   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ti  1/  --.:,,';#3*!.s5S*'j������'-'i  hkjs  ���������* *  ^zm  He Knew  A certain jurist was an enthusiastic  go.fer. Once he had occasion to inter-  logate, 111 a criminal suit, a boy witness from Bala.  "Now, my lad," he said, "are you  acquainted, with  the  nature and  sie-  mficance.of an oath?"  , The boy, raising his brows in sur-  puse, answered:  "Of couise, I am, sir. Don't I caddy  for you at the Country club5"     .  JEWELED BOOKS.  Volumes Bound In Gold and Set With  Precious Stones. r  There was an ancient legend to the-  effect that the famous "Golden Fleece"  was a book covered in sheepskin,  teaching the transmutation of the baser metals into pure gold.  FIRST NEWS OF MUTINY.  >.;������, 4i>&.  British Were, Warned'by VW Brehd-  ish,  a Telegraph  Operator.   '  The following story of the Indian  mutiny is told in The London Daily  Mail: ������������������ -    ���������     .  There has just'been retired from  the service of the Postmaster-General  IflBTUP FOR SEVEN YENS  '      "FRUJT-A-TIVES" HER.- SALVATI0������V:  JJne Correct Answer,, ;_,>'"'v'  The late Professor r. Sophocles, of  Harvard, -was 'a'-short but finely'built  niun,--w,ith.bushy,,snow-white'haii"arid''  beard, olive complexion, and piercing  black eyes, and looked like some-'-ven-  , 91 able Arab sheik. Reserved and shy  111 manner, lie was yet full of genial  humor: : Once,1 -ill" lhe1 class-room, he  asked 11 student, "What was done with  tho bodiCjs,.of^tlie;"-G.r,eeks 'who"-were  killed'-at Marathon?" "They were  lniried/'sir'A  "       '��������� Ah 'Intimation',- ,.'.''_      - ������������������  Melindy Jones���������Mistah jewelryman,  inah intended done gimme" de privilege ob solectin' de stone lo' de ring.  What am de suitablest?  ' Jeweler���������Better get a tombstone.  A cough is often the forerunner of  serious pulmonary afflictions, yet  there is. a simple curo within the  reacli of all in Bickle's' Anti-Con'sump-  livp Syrup, an old-time nnd -widely  recognized remedy, which, if resorted I  to at', tlie inception of a cold,, will- in- ���������  variably give" relief, and by overcoming the trouble, guard thc system  from any, serious consequences. Price  25 cents, at all dealers.  Husband (who fancies himself as a  ranconteur, is, with liis wife, paying  'his fiist call in a new neighborhood.  He tells a humorous story with excellent icsulls).  His Pround Wife���������New tell them  your other story dear, dear.���������Punch.  "Now," said the physician, "you  will have to cat plain food, and nol  stay out late at night." "Yes," replied tho patient. "That is what I  have been thinking ever  sent in your bill."  since  you  Change Seats .  , Husband���������You nre quite  able, dear?  Wife���������Yes,  love.  "The cushions are easy and soft?"  "Yes,' darling."  "You don't feel any jolts?"  "No, sweetheart."  "And   there  is 'no  diaught  on  my  lamb, is there?"'  '' "No, my ownest own."  "Then change   seals   with  Ideas.  me.  9-or fifteen dar*. If yoa do nol. wish to eonllnti������,>'cofts yoo  notliior. I -'sni trMtlnr catarrh,' Dealoess, Head Noises, mad.  E������r troubles, wilh s.'rnmerkab!e new tre*tmeol. T wins if  ���������end m coarse ot this srentmeni with two InitramentstoeTer,  sufferer, by'.msi], All cWgee 'prepaid, to try IS de,s.  Send no muner.: Wrlto for mjraj tn* trie! tXMttnent to'  dsy. Fjlrlnr fall description ~of yonre&M, ;--. ' ,...������&  Or. W. O.CO������*FEE,  Dopt. MS   Doo Moines, low*  riEST MHEAlin TO MOTHER AnUCHILO.  USLS. WlfISLOW-3 Soothiho SyvlVT, ku . been  used for.'over SIXTY YBARS by MILLIONS ol  MOTHERS for their '.CHILDREN WHILE  TUBTHING, with PJiKFECT ' SOCCES*. II  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOl'TBNS the GUMS  ALLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC. ������nd  is the best remedy for DIARKHCBA. It la to-  ������olutcly.iiarraleys.,-Be sure and auk for "Mrs.-  Winslcjw's Soolhing Syrup," and lake no other.  kind. . Twenty-five cents a bottle.  , , ^ -.. J  -^- . \ vSt, -TJ   *-. ;.. v^.- ������������������ .   *   ^,������:^  Bread Almost   100  Years  Old  Beneath a glri.ss ease at the home  ol Joseph Hummel, a Muncie, Ind.,  business' man, are two small loaves  of bread, each weighing an ounce and  11 half. They were baked 93 yeais  ago and are relics of the famine that  swept .Germany in 1816 and 1817.  Wheat then sold for $84 a bushel.  The loaves were- heirlooms in the  Hummel family and. came into Mr.  Huminel's hands when he was visiting  ASK YOURSELF  THESE QUESTIONS.  And  Find Out  If You  Havo  Kidney  Disorders. Also Make This Test.  Have you pains in the back over  the kidneys?  Have you urinary disorders?  Do you suffer   from    severe   .._.  aches, dizziness or defective eyesigl  Is-the skin dry and harsh?  Arc you fai.ing in health and  strength and suffering from rheumatic pains or swelling of the limbs?  These arc a few of the symptoms of  head-  lit?  hid old home in Wurtemberg 20 years I kid'1'0/ disease, and here is the test  ago\���������Baker.'s,.Weekly. -,--.- -   - I    If  the  urine,'    after    standing    i  ' Il 1       f 1 . , . *���������*  ? DR.! WINTERS I *  -���������.J"   -V .*    ?        ���������"'    ���������:���������;���������'   --; ���������  Cures Men- and  Worhen.V.AVrite  him..������ His valuable   advice   will  cost-y"ou nothing. ,  B0X|2I5.      ,NEW  YORK CITY.  To have tlie children- sound and  healthy.tis the first .care of" a-mother.  ���������They-cannot be healthy if troubled  with.worms. Use Mother -Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  Awarded First Prize at World's Ex  position- on it������ Work and Methods-  Catalogue Free.   Address.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  Cor. Portage Ave & Fort St, Winnipeg  '     ���������"On  Time"      '  A train on one of the country -lines  that'runs through and is usually-late  ���������was reported on time 'the .other "day.  The young man who writes the bul-  letins--concerning the-trains-at that  station put down the information  about his train as follows:  "No 616, from" , on time."  Then underneath he wrote:-  ��������� "Cause unknown."  tonight may.mean suffering.^tomorrow, but'not if your stomach,"  liver, ��������� and .bowels are helped  to dq^tlieir, natural ���������work.'.by  Minard's Liniment Co.,'. Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on my vessel and in my  family for years, and for- -the every  day- ills and accidents of life I consider it has no equal.       . .  I would not start on a .voyage without it, if it cost a dollar a,bottle.  *"���������'*" -- CAPT.  F.'  Schr.  "Storke,"  ouraska.  R. DESJARDIN,  St..  Andre,  Kum-  FILLS  Sold Everywhere.  In boxes ?**e.  ; "Do you think buttermilk will prolong one's life, - Colonel Soaksby?"  ' '-'Ahem!    I   have   no   doubt, _ Mi  Plumber, that if a person Hnd to clrh  ss  rink'  buttermilk every day it would .mak   a    for  twenty-four hours Is cloudy, milky or  has particles floating about in it, or  if there is a sediment in the bottom of  the vessel, your kidneys are diseased.  , There is no time to lose in beginning the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney  and Liver Pills. Delay means the development of Bright's Disease, and  you do not want to take any chances  with that. Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills will help you more quickly than any other treatment you can  obtain,- and. that is one reason why  they are so successful and popular.  Mr. -W. H. Mosher, South Augusta,'  Grenville county, Ont., writes:���������"I  used Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver  I Pills and firmly believe there is no  ' medicine to equal them. I was  troubled for years with kidney disease, and this treatment has cured  nie. When I began the use of these  pills I could only walk from my bed  to a chair. Now 1 can go to the field  and work like any other man. Dr.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills are an  excellent medicine." This statement  is . certified to by the Rev. E. ' H.  Einett, Baptist minister, of Brockville,  Ont.  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney and Liver  Pills, one pill a dose, 25 cents a box  at all dealers or Kdmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto. The portrait ancl signature of A. W. Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book author, are on  every box. These are for your protection against imitations and substi  tutes.   -  FOOT-BAIXER'S BAD KNEE  HEALED.  Zam-Buk Once Again the Only Curel  Mr. H. Allison, of 457 King Street,  London, Ont., says: "While a member of the East Kent Division Foot-  hall Team, and during a rough and  exciting game of football. I fell on  the hard gravel, sustaining a badly  lacerated knee. This required pionii.t  medical attendance, as s.uid and gravel filled the open wound, which was  very painful and sore.  "For several weeks the doctor treated my injury, and it was thought to  he Well healed over; but no sooner  had I begun to move about than the  akin broke, and I suffered more than  at firat. For seven long weeks I was  actually laid up. It then developed  into a running sore, and I was alaim-  ed for fear the result might be a permanently stiff knee. The doctor's  treatment failed to heal the wound,  so 1 procured a supply of Zam-Buk.  "It was almost magical in its effect  on the sore. The disci-a-girg soon  ceased. The soreness and pains were  banished, and perseverance with Zam-  Buk made the badly-lacerated knee as  good and fiim as ever. Zam-Buk has  no equal in clearing and healing open  wounds, and I recommend it to all  athletes and sportsmen."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure-  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frobt bite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores,  ringworm inflamed patches babies'  eruptions and chapped places, cuts,  burns, bruises and skin injuries generally. All druggists and stores sell  at 50c. box, or post free from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of  price. You are warned against harmful imitations and substitutes. See  the registered name "Zam-Buk  every package before buying.  Miss Boneleigh���������Did you get the  volume of Ibsen I sent you through  the mails?  Mrs. Stuffy���������I did. But it. was  marked "Third Class Matter," and I  didn't think it could be anything  worth looking at.  on  life seem longer."���������Biiiniegham  Herald.  Age  EASTEBN CANADA  Daily during "December._    3 months  limit.   Stop over privileges,  .;."-., -'��������� -viaI.'"w i.- '.>���������'.-   ...������������������  ST.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  >        ���������:- /_l ��������� ���������      '���������' .  "I remember one picture that  brought tears to rriy eyes'."-.. "A pathetic subject, I presume?" "No, sir,  it was a fruit painting. I was sitting  close under it when it dropped on my  head."  Keep Still  .The man who can never think oi  the right thing to say at the right  time- can help some by making a  violent effort at self-control and  keeping still.���������Sonierville Journal.  "Have you a play for next season?"  asked the low comedian.  "No," answered the manager.  "Well," continued the low comedian, "I can put you next to something that will draw well."  "What is it?" queried the manager.  "A mustard-plaster," answered the  other, as he made a hurried departure.  Tlie Preacher���������"I'm, going to pray  that you'll forgive O'Rourke for having thrown that brick at you."  O'Raffcrty (propped up in bed)���������  "No, wait until 1 get well, and then  pray .for O'Rouike."  WHOLE FAMILY  '   WAS AFFLICTED  BUT  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   RESTORED ALL'TO  PERFECT  HEALTH.  \-cy ���������<  ' :���������'.).  ���������i )  QRNNP  fRBK  The Double TracK  Route.  '_- Reduced Fares for  Steamship  Passengers.  November ,11th  t6   December    31st.  Five months limit. ��������� Write   for   full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet.  ',      A. E. DUFF,  General. Agent/ Passenger Dept.  Representative for all Steamship Lines  '% and Cook's Tours.  260 Portage Ave. - Winnipeg.  >'fi  '���������?���������     Gone Forever:  Mr. Nieweil, .was,' reading the morning paper. " "*""--���������--,. ..  "Here's   a   woman   who   advertises  .that she, wants  family, washing," he  .uinounced to his wife.''���������   ;  "Yes, dear. 1 know," she said, "but  the last woman got ,-alI purs^", >,-. -.-,'������������������ =  "What is a 'counter-irritant?" asked  Mrs. Sinithers. "A counter-irritant,"  replied Sinithers, ���������; "is -a woman' who  makes tho'sliopmiin pull down everything fromitlio shelves for two hours,  and then buys a pennyworth of hairpins." ���������'*���������    ''"-;'*    ���������   '  Father, -Mother and Daughter 'after  years of suffering are made healthy  and happy by great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  St. 'Leon Standon, Dorchester' Co.,  Que. (Special).---That Dodd's Kidney  Pills have no equal as a family  medicine is proved conclusively by  the statement of Mr. George Lacasse,  a well-known resident of this place.  His statement given, for publication  ���������is:  "For twelve years I had pains in  lhe small of my back. My head would  ache and my muscles would cranip.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured me.  "My wife was troubled with Kidney  Disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills cured  her.  "My little girl had nervous trouble.  She was so bad. that she could not  keep her hands and feet quiet. Dodd's  Kidney.Pills cured her."  Is it any wonder that Mr. Lacasse  is. shouting the praises ^ of ��������� Dodd's  Kklhey.'-Pills.' He.has leifrhed through  experience as nave thousands of  other Canadians that Dodd's Kidney  Pills cure. Kidney Discaso no mutter  where it appears, or in what form it  is found. Dodd's Kidney Pills should 1  always find.ia-;-place..invthelvfouiilyJ  medicine chest.  There is more-Catarrh' in this section of the country than all other dis  eases put together, and until the last  few years  was supposed to be incurable.   For a great many years doctors  pronounced it a local disease and prescribed  local  remedies,   and  by  constantly   failing   to   cure    with * local  treatment, pronounced'  it.  incurable.  Science  has  proven  catarrh to  be a  constitutional ��������� disease,   and   therefore  requires      constitutional      treatment  Hall's Catarrh    Cure,    manufactured  [by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,  is the only constitutional cure on tlie j  market.     It   is   taken   internally   in |  doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.  It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.   They offer  one ^hundred dollars for any case, it  fails- to cure.   Send for circulars and  testimonials.   Address:  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold bv Druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  ShiJohb Cure  auickly stops coughs, cnxea oolda, healo  ie throat and lung*. ...  25 canto.  "What's the- matter with that child  now?" --'They're playing house and  George won't let her go through his  pockets."���������Detroit Free Press.  Away With Depression 'and. Melancholy.���������These two evils are the ac  conipaninient of a disordered stomach  and torpid liver and mean wretched  ness to nil whom they visit. The  surest and speediest, way to combat  them.'is'.'with. Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills, which will restore thc health  ful action of the stomach and bring  relief. They have proved their usefulness in thousands of cases and will  continue to give relief to the suffering  who are wise enough to use them.  Tho   Roman   scrolls   were   adorned, j a servant who may be said to have  practically saved India to this country. .This is >W. Brendish, telegraph  muster, the sole survivor -'of those  who were present in Delhi in May,  1857, and who, in the courageous di-5  charge of his duty on the memorable  11 tli of that month, rendered invaluable service to- tho state.  It was Mr. Brendish who, without  'orders and acting on his own responsibility, despatched the telegram  which warned the 'authorities of the  Punjab of the outbreak of the terrible  mutiny. "The sepoys have come in  from Meertit and are I timing,everything," he' wired. "Mr. Todd.is dead,  and, we hear, several Europeans. We  must shut up."  The fateful news was sent to La-,  hore by Mr. Brendish, who was then  but a youth, while the mutineer*1  were pursuing their work of slaughter in every part 01 the-cantonment.  It has been acknowledged that thir  piesence of mind on the part of young  Brendish saved India. The story i?  told by Mr. Rnmdish.^'in,' a modest  narrative of his services on that  eventful day. The telegraph .staff-at  Delhi, he says, consisted of Mr.-Todd.  assistant in local charge, and two  young signallers,-Brendish and ['ilk-  ington.  On Sunduy, the 10th of (hat month,  in the forenoon, the signallers at the  Meerut office wip-d  that eighty men  of the 3rd Cavalry had been-confined-J  and   were to   be blown   away,   from |  guns for refusing to bite tlie Enfield  cartridges   only   recently   issued   to  the troops.    No further news was received, and  at -I  p.m.'the line  with  Meerut was found to be interrupted.  On the following morning Mr.' Todd  took a dak and started for Meerut, to  ascertain at what point alone the road  the break had occurred.    He got no  further than the bridge of boats over'  Jumna, for he-there met the'.mutinous 3rd Cavalry, who killed him. -  The signallers remained at their  post in tho telegraph office, wliich  was fortunately outside the city  walls, about one mile distant from  the Kashmir Gate and from the Flagstaff Tower. They saw a regiment of  native infantry with two guns pass-  along the road from cantonments towards the city, and learned afterwards that they had joined the 3rd  Cavalry. Later on, heavy n--.��������� wa=  heard in the city, and Brendish. who  was at the sisnaHins instruments,  kept on wirin������ to Lahore all news  that was brought to him.  At nnon he went out on the road to  see what was goina on, and pr"S"ntly  there passed a wounded British nlli  cer, driving from tlie city, who called  out: "For God's sake get inside and  close the doors.  "We did so," *.-iys Mr. Brendish  "but even then 1'ilkington and I did  not feel we were secure, as we were  but two lads encumbered with tin-  wife and child of Mr. Todd, whose  sad end was not yet known to us, and  surrounded by servants who perhaps  were prepared to take our lives, but  who were doubtful as to the termination of events."  For two hours more the boys held  on, listening to the firing within the  walls. At 2 p.m. Brendish went to  the Umballa instrument for the last  time and signalled to the hands at  - the 'other end of the wire the historic  message, ending "and now I am off,"  the meaning being that they were  leaving the office.  ' He and his comrade had persuaded  Mrs. Todd to accompany them to the  Flagstaff Tower, where a number of  Pluropeans had already congregated,  as. it was the only possible place of  Safety. They remained there until  sunset, and witnessed the blowing up  of the magazine.- That night' the refugees fled, and the two signallers  eventually got safe to Umballa.  The Result '  "What is the meaning of this expression two ;to one?"  "Frequently when two get married  one gets a divorce."  Minard's.. Liniment   Cures   Garget  Cows.  ."What an awful cold your husband  has. He coughs and sneezes all the  time."  "He does, hut it amuses the baby  splendidly."���������Sourire.  with bosses of gold or gems, and their1  leaves  having    been   smoothed   with'  pumice were scented  with cedar oil.  The   Byzantine  emperors   were  great  patrons of books and '"the Byzantine'  coatings" or book covers were famous  for their magnificence;  they   were of  gold, silver, copper, gilt, set with jew-'  els, ancl these massive tones were carried  in imperial  processions.  "The Silver Book" of Ulphilas,  Bishop of Moesia, a translation of- the  Gospels, was rebuked by St. Jeroriie.  "Your books are covered with precious  stones," said he, "while Christ died  naked, before the gate of His temple";  which has been compared to the saying of Sadi, the Persian poet, concerning the Mohammedan scriptures: "The*.  Koran was given to reform the conduct of men, and men have only  thought of embellishing its pages."  The books produced in the early centuries of the middle ages were of remarkable beauty, inwardly and outwardly; religious manuscripts were  enriched by illuminations* within'.'  while their covers were of silver, gold  and enamel encrusted with gems.  They were bestowed as splendid gifts  by bishops and princes on monastic  houses und churches, where they were  laid on the altar or chained to a  desk.  Such chained books were named  "Catenati"; a rough outer covering  protecting them of dark skin, or sealskin, and later, of "chrevotin," a sort  of leather, or "s'endal," a coarse silk.  Such coverings were also called "chemises," ' us a "chemise of sandal  v^ood." These rare books were also  placed in caskets, in shrines or "cap-  ioe"; in Ireland they were laid in  satchels, otherwise named "polaires,"  or "Tiac-ha Ubur," and the Celtic  bookbinding possessed a peculiar  beauty of its own.  There were secular bookbinders in  the middle ages who gradually formed  themselves into guilds of craftsmen,  but the monks alone united the arts  of composition, caligraphy, illumination, bookbinding, setting of jewels,  enamelling and work on leather, silver  and gold in one artist. The monasteries of Kenilworth and Sithen were  granted unlimited rights of hunting  that they might obtain "stag hide"  for binding their books.  The European princes were great  book lovers, and songs 'of their collections are famous, though now dispersed far and wide, sometimes reappearing as treasures cast up on the shores  of time in some museum or library.  Charlemagne was a great patron of  bookbinding, surrounding himself  with Italian workmen; Theolind,  Queen of the Lombards, presented a  magnificent Gospel, overlaid with gold,  silver and jewels, to the Cathedral  of Monza.  The   Dukes  of   Burgundy   were  renowned for their libraries.   The: "Boc-  caeio" of Charles the Bold was bound  in red  velvet set with five large rubies;   another  Burgundian   book   was  velvet-bound   set   with   58   pearls   of  great size, with a small "silver instrument" for turning the pages. "Pippes"  were also attached  to some of these  costly tones; they were little bars of  silver or gold, forming "supports for  markers," sometimes the "pippe" was  S3t with "rubies, while the  numerous  markers were adorned with pearls.  The library"o'f Philip the Good of  Burgundy in the 15th century*' surpassed all the- European book collections of the time; it contained nearly  10,000 volumes, nearly all ric-hly illuminated on vellum, with bindings of  damask satin and velvet encrusted by  jewels, with clasps of ci'a^eJ gold and  gems, Bruges, where the d-acal court  was held, was filled with liteiary  craftsmen, and some of their splendid  productions are still to be seen-ia the  Belgian Royal Library.  Henry VI. of England possessed a  fine library. Lady Jane Grey, Mary  Queen of Scots and Catherine de Medi-  eis were all book lovers; the Scottish  Queen usually had her books bound  in black, but one notable volume wa������  covered in red velvet, clasped with  platina and sted'ed  with jewel*:.  In 1853 the French King, Henry III.,  passed a law''prohibiting-the .wearing  of jewels by the middle class, with  special permission to adorn their missels ancl devotional books with diamonds; they mijtht ".iuive' four dia  monds on their book covers, the nobles  five and the princes any number. In  the middle of the ICth century, when  Buda was sacked by the Turks, magnificent manuscripts were ruined for  their jewels.  MADAM JOSEPH LIRCTTE  No. ni George St., Sorel, Que.  ,   "For seven years/I" guffercd   from _,  womb "disease and dreadful  torturing  pains, and I had constant Dyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������the litter so bad  that sometimes I went ten days without  iction of the bowels. 'Six diffcrent'doc'-'     'r  'ors treated me and fo.r a-ycar I was in t>t,  jed,  constantly  facing  death. ."-'Th'eif   "\  my husband coaxed me to try "Fruit-'   - :  d-tives" andthi^m&diciire, and nothing 5 C?  else, cured me oiiil saved my life." \ -���������  'Signed) Mme. JOSEPH URETTE. *,.���������*<  50c. box���������6-.Jor $2,50���������or thai, box '.fi  25c���������at dealers or.srfroni'j^ruit-a-tivea"*'���������''*  Limited, Ottiwa.'" ;% t' -V   -'   "-**   ?$*  A   Reward   of  Merit  ���������   Bunk   Teller* (to." lady   depositoi)���������  Will   you'  lake   Vl   as,   preaumptou3,  madam, ii 1  offer-you these, roses,?  "But 1 dun'l know you, sir."  '-' "I am aware of that, but you'are the  only  one of  your*sex  that ever on-,  dorsod a check on the right end."  Kidneys Wrong?���������=-;   if they are  you' nre    in    danger.  When through weakness or diocase  the kidneys fail' to  filter thes impurities from .the    blood,,  trouble  .  conies at once.    Backache, Rheumatism,' -Sciatica,   Gravel-   Diabetes,   Gall  Stones   ancl   the'deadly  Blight's  Disease are-some of the  results of neglecled-!jcidneys>- Di. ���������  Morse'.*, Indian-Root Tills contain  a most elfective*   diuretic'' which  strengthens    and    stimulates    the,  kidneys so that they do their work'  thoroughly and well.-"-' Try'-'? t   -.-  L  DR. MORSE'S'1   ���������'"-���������  INDIAN.   ROOT     PILLS  BominBon Express  are payable all over the World.  Absolutely the best way  to remit money by mail.-  TRAVELLERS'CHEQUES ISSUED  Montjy sinV by Telegraph and Cable  Foreign Money bought nnd ������old.  '���������%  ��������� Something in That  Customer���������Mr. Cutter, why is bacon  so high?" '    ���������  Grocer���������Because, ma'am, the supply is,limited; there's only one kind  of animal that grows it.  !L^!C,������������5,?ps S0,i*hs' cures coldv hcaU  IB*   throat and   lungs. .   .....   35 cents).  a  His Sudden Suspicion  ."Latincelot," murmured the maid,  "I wish you would join our church."  > "Mildred," faltered the youth, "does  that, mean that you don't .want me* to  be anything butVa"brother to you?"  Seaside Visitor (admiring a seagull)  ���������How nice and clenn he looks. ,,,,  Boatman���������Ah, ma'am, if you spent | T01 onto.  as:much time in the water as he does  you'd look clean, too.���������Punch.'  Liquid Cures Eczema  Where Salves Fail.  In regard  to ski*i  disease,  medical  authorities are now agreed on this.  Don't .imprison the disease germs in  your skin by the use of greasy salves,  ancl thus encourage them to multiply.  A true cure of all eczematous d.senses  can be  brought about only  by using  the healing agent in the form of a  liquid. '"'i'-  .WASH THE GERMS OUT.  A simple wash: a compound of Oil  of Wiiitergret-n,, Thymol,    and   other  ingredients as combined in the D.D.D.  Prescription.'   This penetrates to the  disease germs and destroys them, then  ioothes and heals the skin as nothing  else has ever done.  A trial bottle will- start the cure,  and give you instant relief. Write  for it to-dny to tlie D.D.D. Laboratories,  Dept.   T.F.,  40  Colbome    St  Yearly Income���������Half a Million.  One of the wealthiest men in Europe, Baron de Forest, who entertained Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill  during their Continentaltrip, is reputed to enjoy an annual income of close  upon half a milloin. He was one of  two adopted sons of the late Huron  Hirsch, who left him an enormous  fortune.    Although he  was created  a  GOOD HEALTH  FOR JTOUNG GIRLS  What is Needed is the Rich,  Red Blood Dr. Williams'  PinK Pills Actually  *   MaKe.  Perhaps you have already noticed  that your daughter in her "teens"  has developed a.fitful temper, is restless and excitable. Iu that case remember that the march of years' is  leading *her on to 'womanhood, and  at this time u great responsibility  rests upon you as parents. If youi  daughter is pale, complains of weakness and depression, feels "all tired |  out"   after   a   little   exertion  ANNUAL..  EASTERN   CANADA  EXCURSIONS  . Low Round'Trip  Rates' lb  ONTARIO,'QUEBEC AND-  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets on sale Dec. 1-to Dec-31, inclusive,  good^ to.,return  within  three  ���������'. lhpncfis.' ���������> * -\ '' ���������  Tickets   issued V'in.' connection" with  Atlantic Steamship ' will    lis 'on sale  fiom Nov. 11, -and- limited    to   five  months from  date of issue.  Finest     equipment".   'Standard    first  Class and Tourist 'Sleeping Cars and  Dining Car*,  611  all  Through  Trains.  Compattment"- Library"- Obsenation *  Car on "Imperial Limited."  pain   in   the   side,   do   not  disregard  these warnings.   Your daughter need*,  1     i*    i"n ���������*��������� u     L'-'~i tr"  I    Should vou   notice   any  come a naturnhzed Br.tish subject. He     . .    * .        but ?r  received a thorough tnglwh  training   ^ninins-    pj,,],    pills,    for  at l-.ton and Oxford, and ultimately I ��������� ,���������...    ���������-..     .  ���������    ���������  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  " "Only once have I spoken cross to  my wife," said a man to an intimate  friend.  "Indeed!" remarked the latter in  some-surprise. :.     '       '    ���������  "Yes," said the first spenkcr, rather  ambiguously; "once was.quite enough  fo*- me."  For sulci by all druggists  Heavy Man (to manager)���������The salary you offer won't pay for postal  cnrtJs.fV  "Well, yoiiycan have the cabbages  and eggs you'll get at the one night  stands."  "Do you think airships could be  used effectively in warfare?"  "Th'ny might," replied the sceptical  person,' "if I see a man with a blue  suit on.and helmet on his head, I'm  willing to bat any "money lie's a policeman." ��������� '.-       '  .^���������47X^wt?w>^tk.Vk?������L^nifh(k  baron by the Emperor of Austria whe-7 >$' ft' *'���������/ ������'������g H'obablv  anae-  ho was only twenty, he has since be- | att^_f y^ hl^\nv   of    these  procure' Dr.  . .��������� 1 n uiuiius     ruin    mis,    for    her "un-  hU.S^w������A ?������1������* i'y.overished blood  n,vi   n.���������i ���������,,  11, vl, ,���������i,,i,i!,,��������� a* , ^ZL .'> nild   by: doing'��������� so- they :repair  waste  lection of almost priceless pearls, oue;,'lck������' urooping;gir 8,-health, _b.Hfl.t-  rope a.one havingPcost $350P,0OO,       :,\^,^i^%^T%uZJ]oi  f step and high spirits. A case typi-  i cal of thousands cured through tlie  | use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is  I that of Miss Grace Cunningham,  | Winnipeg, Man., who says: "I really  i cannot say enough in praise of Dr.  ; Williams' Pink Pills, as they have  made ine feel ,like a new girl.   I was  3-THROUGH EXPRESS'TRAINS DAILY-3-'  THE- "TORONTO,.EXPRESS':  leaves Winnipeg dailvat 22.10k, mak-*  mg connections   at   Toronto -for   all  points East and West' thereof.  The "Imperial Limited" leaves AVinni  . ci.uig0'''"'"? at 8.25k,:anc! the "Atlantic  if  she I ^*p/;ess   at I9;00k daily, making con-  "    "* ' "   points "  Agent  (���������m . ���������t l, .���������i.,ni,n-   ������-  i>.i/.i-.i/.i.n-     r>.-   nections   at   Montreal   for  all  tells ot lietiuaches, or  uacKacnes,    oi T-.   .  ,.        ,   ���������                            '                     .Last tneieof.  at   the   nearest   C.P.R  for full information  "I see you've advertised for n lost  dnwg, ma'am, and "  "Yes, but that isn't by little Jewel,  That's a 'mongrel.   Take him "  "I know thnt, ma'am. No dnwg  could take the place of your lost darling, but if you'd like to have a gentle  little creetur to love while you're  huntln' for your Joel I'll sell you this  un for 50 cents, ma'am,"-Chicago  Tribune.  Old "Blues."  No fewer than three of the judges  iiow entitled to sit in the House of  Lords are old "Blues." The Lord  Chancellor thrice played in the Oxford  cricket eleven and thrice represented  his university at racquets.   Lord Mac- , ~ .... ������,.,  naghten rowed for Cambridge in the-! pale and almost bloodless and think  University Boat Race sixty years ago, j that on an average I missed at least  and won she Colquhoun Sculls���������thai three school sessions ������������������ a- week, be-  sculling championship of the univer-; cause I felt like a broken down per-  sity���������-in 1851; while- the Lord Chief j son, and too weak to do anything.  Justice was famous both as runner: The doctor's .medicine-I took did ht-  and cricketer, and to ' this day pre-I tie more than keep me in hope; it  serves a keen interest in the national ' certainly did not cure me. Then I  game as president of the Surrey Cric- [was advised to take Dr. Williams'  ket Club and an ex-president of the ; Pink Pills, and thoy soon made me!  Marylebone Cricket Club. I f'el like a new person.    Day by day  ,-1 gained strength   and  color,  and  I  "See here," said the judge to the  garrulous prisoner who was noting as  his own attorney, "you'll have to out  out. interruptions. I won't allow you  to waste the time of the court."  "But, your honor," rejoined the  prisoner,  "whnt, else can  I do?   I've  have .your medicine to fiank for it  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all nii-dicine. dealers or may he  bad bv.-mail nt 50 cents a box or six  boxes for ,$2.50 from The Dr, Williams' Meclizine Co., Brockville, Oiit.  got no lawyer to do it for  cngji News.  ine,  -Chi-  Next   Thing  To   It  "Jimiiiie, i.s it true that you are not  Mr.   Blinkuni's son?"  "Yctli. thir. I wutli left on tli' door-  step, an' he took me in."  "I son. You- are a sort of stepson,  then?"  "Yi'.-i," she murmured.   "I did love  im.   He was not worthy, but I felt I  " '"���������'  ''" ""    So,my parents  e.'tillnt give limi up.  to:ik me across the ocean."  "And. then?"  "Then, I gave up everything."  Our $.5.00  Guff Links  neatly  engraved  with   "his"  mono-jram, would make a.moat  '^ acceptable Christmas gift.'" They  aro made in extra heavy 14k gold )  and arc enclosed in a fine velvet '  lined case. .  Send for Catalogue "K  T . ' *      *       ������        ��������� ������  It contains 132 pages in colors of  ,    Jewelry, Silverware,     r������  China, GlaSS, Stationery, "w  Leather Goods, q;  Novelties, etc:* '���������'*''���������  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  Diamond Morohants, Jowolora '  and Silversmiths  134-138 Y0NCE ST.   .' -    TOR0NTO-  %  '1  Knicker���������"How  they saved?"  Rocker���������"EnoiiTh    not  auto, "-New York Sun.  much money have  to buy an  W. N.-'U., No ^^gg^^^Sg^i-^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  XH������    LZZi't.'S;    C-a-SJEXWppD,  '" EH-ttlSH    CGl-UtfEfcl,  SB  ot������  Eholt, s. c.  COMFORTABLE  John  yUefyeltSmtt  Preprieter.  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  oo.  HOOKEY GAMES 1911  BOUNDARY LEAGUE.  J. R. CAMEROX,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  ���������   ���������   8  OHO, P. WKLLB, Proprietor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  m^$i^m������m^%  3  &  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THEUN & Co., NELSON.  Take your Repairs to  A. D. MORRISON, GRAND FORKS  THE LEADING JEWELER  * of the Boundary District  CITY  Teams.  Town.  Date.   .  Phoenix v Grand Forks  Grand Forks  January  2.  Grand Forks v Phoenix  Phoenix  j������  9.  Greenwood v Phoenix  M                                     ���������  i������  .12.  Grand Forks v Greenwood   .  Greenwood  ;i  10.  Grand Forks  >>  20.  Phoenix v Greenwood ,  Greenwood  ��������� >  24.  Grand.Forks v Phoenix  i'hocnix  >>  9.1.  Grand Forks  >t  30.  Grand Forks v Greenwood   .  Greenwood  February  3.    ,  Greenwood v Phoenix  Phoenix  ������������������  G.  Greenwood v Grand Forks   .  Grand Forks  >���������  0.  Phoenix v Greenwood  Greenwood'  !������  13.  Ulnr-d 8ih April 19** for .*>]!������] .2-1  In favor of llcnry V. Fuller obtained 4th Apt.  M08fiir-.1Ifl5.8i)  In favor of .lame-) Ernest Spankio cbtnlncil  Till March 19t������ for .*-l77ft.M  In fnvorofOcorKu V\ hiti'Obt:iino<I7tli Marcli  1908 for >90B.<i5  III favor of Ocorce Terliunc obtidned 7th  Murch IflOS for; S31.0.ri  In favor of IJonnlil McGilli.-i obtained 7tli  Marob 1908 for Wi.si   "  In fa ver of Chnrlm R. I'hillips obtained -tli  March 19C8 for $201.3j  In favnr of-Ernerit J. .Carllor obtained 7Hi  Mnrrli 1WH for iSl.l.lM  In favor of l<ud!.nll-I.aw-Cmilflulil Company  Limited obtained tf.nt April 1908 for j-7.11.Gi  Intending purchasers mu^tontisfy themselves  us to tltlo.  Dated thc 13th day ol December 1910.  JAMKS S. BIRNIE,  Deputy .Sheriff.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  A SITTING of the County Court of Yule will  be liukli-n lit lhe Luurt Hr.uw Greenwood,  on Tuesday the 21th day of January, 1911, nt  cloven o-clock in tho forenoon.  By order,  \V. G. MuMYNW.  Registrar C. C. pf Y.  LA Nit   ACT.  88  PHOENIX  The nearest hotel to Che  Granby mines. One of the  largest dining rooms in the  city. The bar is replete ������M  with, .nerve bracers of all ^  kinds, and the most fragrant cigars. Drop up and  see me.  ?RO?RIETOR.  WE^TE^N - - HOTELS  THil   KOOTEXAY   SALOON  Sandon, B. '.?., has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town oi the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free wife  spirits menti.  Pfe  ~0B HILL HOTEL,  PHOENIX.  Provides pleasant rooms and substantial meals for the public. The  bar is replete with beverages that  please aud -satisfy any kind of  thirst. CHARLES HAGAN.  OUEEN'S   HOTEL,  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light.   Meals and drinks at  all hours.  E. V. CHISHOLM, Pbopbiktob.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  T1CKMONT   I1UUSK  Neleon, B C, ie run on tin* American and European plan. There  is nolliing- yellow nboul the. house  except the jjrilil in the s.tfe.  M:iliiiie * TrrgillUH.  XBW3IAKKKT    JlOTKt,  Is ilio home for all tourists and  iniliior.aires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  Honry Ste'^n. PTopr.  TIT1S   PHOriSCK   HOTEL  Grand Forka. is a large throe-  story brick hotel that providutj  the public with good meals and  pleasant rooms. A new building  but the same old nites.  Kxnil Lar-HOii, Proprietor,  THE RUSSELL HOTEL  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial instituting o( the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  st 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m. J. McDokkix.  LAKKVIKW   HOTEL  in Nelson, B. C, employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at |1.00 a day.  K. L, Griffith, Proprietor.  THE   KASLO   HOTEL  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cockle & Fapwortn.  SXIERnKOOKB   HOTJ8K  Nelson; B C One minute's walk  from C. P. R station. CuiBine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  Boyer Hrog., Proprietor  Simllkftmcen Land District District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that Stanley Livinpitono  Btihdr, of .Midway. II. C , farmer, intend.-! co apply lor perDilaal'on tn purchase tho following  described Kind.-':  ConiinonciiiKnta post-plnnted nt the Northeast corner of Lot N'o. fill'; tlienco N'orlh 4d  chain-.; thence We.st JO clmina; theneu South  Jo chains; thonee Knsi ti en ins t. ��������� late of  -omineii(.ementj coiitn.'ui.'g 8- iicrc.-; more or  STANLEY LIYJXaSTON'E BUBAR.  Dec'emlrc-r 8th, 1910.  CLUB HOTSL, NELSON, It. C. ���������  nig- Schooner Beer or Half and Half, 10c.  The best dollar a day hoiwe in the city.  Travellers will find thin ft pleasant harre.  The rooms are clean and comfortable and  tbe meals tutty and vnbstaiittal. "'  JACK GRANT, Proprietor.  BR1DK8VILLB   HOTKL.  PrideDVllIc. B. C. Provides excellent  accommodation for tourists and travellers. Fresh Eggs and Butter. Special  Irish Whiskey always on hand.  THOMAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  With a view to the better preservation  of the Public Highways thc attention of  the public is herewith directed to the  provisions of THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT AMENDMENT ACT which enacts as follows:���������  "It shall be-unlawful for any person to  cause to be drawn or driven on any of  the public highways of that portion of  the Province of Jirit'ish Columbia situate  east of the Cascade range of Moun'tains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess of that mentioned in  Schedule 'A' hereunto annexed.  SCHEDULE A.  Wagons and 4 wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a load in excess of the following:���������  On tires under 3 inches 2,000 lbs.  On tires 3 inches in width and under 4  inches 3,000 lbs.  On tires 4 inches in width and under 5  inches 6,ooo lbs.  On  tires 5 inches in width and over   6,000 lbs. and over.  AND NOTICE is hereby given that  the Act in every respect must ue strictly  complied with."  Auy person guilty of an offence against  this Act shall upon summary conviction  thereof before a Justice of the Peace be  liable to a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars.  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  Tbe newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  (30 days)  .$4.00.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) $7.50  Application" to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) :.-. $7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices  (90  days)  $1000  Water Notices (30 days)  $ 15.0������  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at. Greenwood, B. C , and the price is $2 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain, fo the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  J3.50 a year. Address all letters to Thc  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD P. C . JAN. 5, 1911.  A blue mark here indicates that  yonr  Subscription  has  become  deceased,   and  that the editor  would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  STORK DISCOVERED.  ELECTION  NOTICE.  Corporation ofthe City of Greenwood  PUBLIC NOTICE Ii hereby ph-en to tho  electors of,the Municipality of,tho City of  Groenvood, that I require tho prosonce of the  said electors in the City Hall lu tlio Cily of  Greenwood on the !ith day of January, 11)11, at  12 o'clocl: noon, for the purpose of electing  persons to represent thorn in the Municipal  Council as Mayor and Aldermen, and for tho  purpoec of olectiug one person a.1 School Trustee for tho Greenwood City School District.  Tin* mode of nomination of candidates shall  bo ������B follow.-):  Ti������ cnnriiiliujfer shall he nominated in writ  In*;'the writing shall be Hubicribi-d by two  -roters of the- municipality as proposer ond  soconde , and shall be dolivcred to the Roturu-  inif Officer ut any timo l>etwcen~the date of the  notice and 2 P.m. uf the day of the nomination'  and in the event of u poll hping necessary, such  poll will ce opened on the 12tli (lay of January,  A.D. lDU,botwcen the hours of 9 a.m. and 7  p.m. at thc said City '.Ifflco, of which every person is hareby required to take notloo and kov-  ������>rn himself accordingly.  QUALIFICATIONS".  Tlio porsoni nualsllod. to-be nominated for  nnd elected as Mayor of tho City shall be such  persons as aro male British subjects of tho full  niff. of twenty-one years, and nro not disqualified under any law, and have been for tho six  conths next preceding tho day of nomination  the reglstored owner. In the Land itogistry  Office, of real property In. the city of the as  seased value on the last municipal assessment  roll of Ono Thousand Dol'ara or more; over and  above any registered judgment or charge'and  who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters.  The persons qualified to bo nominated for and  elect*d uvAldcrmcn of bUld City, shall bo such  per.sonn as are iiiulo Ilritlsh subjects of the full  ago of twenty-one years, and are not disqualified under any law. and have been for six mouth.-,  next preceding tho day of nomination tho registered owner, in tho Land Kogistry Office, of  land or real property in the city of tho assessed  value, on tho last Municipal Assoismcnt roll of  five hundred dollars or more over and ubovv  any registered jadgement or charge, and who  arc othvrwUo duly qualified as municipal  votors.  Auy person, being a householdor in the  ftrcenwood City School District and being u  British subject of tho full age of twenty-one  years and otherwise qualified by thc Public  School Aot to vote at an election of School  Trustees in the said School District is qualified  to be nominated au elected as t-chool Trustee.  Given under my hand at Greenwood this Slst  day of Deoomber, A.D. 1910.  G. JB. TAVLOB,  Returning Offictr.  " Unequalled for Domestic Use."  W^0&P88tWgttTO'1M>0<M{M)O*iWO<WTO  ANALYSIS OF WATER  Chlorine   8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363.43  Silica   74-29  Lime '.'... 84.57  Alkalies as Soda  .-��������� 5.91  Magnesia  232.00  Lithia  .86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, ana-  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous'  and muscular discern and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach'complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or |I2 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  Do not draw logs or tintbei over highway. Vehicles meeting ought to turn to  the left. A vehicle overtaken ought to  turn to the left. A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to the right.  W. G. McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, May 19th, 1910.  Get your Razors Honed j  and your Baths at  Frawley9s  Barber. .  Shop, Greenwood,  IK TnE COUXTV COURT OF YALE HOLD-  EN AT GBEEXWOOJJ.  M1SCKLLA.VKOCS.  The Big Andy is being smoked  all over the mountains. It is sold  at the Central hotel, Phoenix.  In Phoenix N. J, Careon & Co.  carry a large stock of gent' fur-  nishin-zs, clothing, hats, boots and  shoes. Drop in and have a rubber.  i-OH   SALE.  Frank Fletcher  Pbovikcial Lakd Subvbvob,  Nelson, B. C.  Sff AEKEY. & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN  " .   *"      i  Produce  and  provisions  B. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYKR  AND CHEMIST-Chsraen: Gold, oil-,  ver, copper or load, 81 each: gold-  Hilvor, jt.50; silver load, 81.60; gold-  All ver, with copper or lead, jf'2.60; zinc,  fl; ���������llvor-lead-xlnc. ������). Prices (for  other niotBls on njjniii-atfon. Lon^dlM*  tn nee 'phoho G7. V, 0. Uox, li llo3,  Nelson, JB. C.  In the matter of the Judgement* Act anil In  th* mcvtter of * Judgement obtained In this  Honor, able Court  Between  E. J. CnrtUr.  Plaintiff (Judgement Creditor),  nnd  The Boundary Elkhorn Mlnln? Comjwmy, Limited. rXtin-peraoual liability),  Def������mdoiiu(JudKainont Debtor*).  Notice la hereby given that on Friday the 30th  day of January. 1011, at eleren o'clock In the  forenoon, at the Court-HouM lu the Citv of  Greenwood, B. C. I 'hall offer for gale by Public Auction for i-Jiab to the highest bidder tha  londt herrlmfter mentioned, to aatlify a certain  Judgement above mentioned nm-iuiitiui; lo  fcm.W with interest accrued duo from the 7th  of March 1906, lo tlie date of the nnle at 5 per  uent. per annum, and ooat of iir. oeedliiKifor  Mle nnd Sheriff 11 feci and pinnace. Follow  liiflj a description of the i>ro|.eriY to be told.  The IiiMrentln the Judgement Hob tors iu Lot  No. MS, Group 0118 Osoyoon Division of Yale  IHstrlc-t. British Columbia, being: thc Klkhorn  Fob Sale.;���������1,000 shareB of  Boundary Mining and Exploration  Co., Ltd. Btock (Midway Coal), at  15c .per share. Apply E. O., Ledge  office.  Fob Sale.���������One of the best  restaurants iu British Columbia.  Address, Jem Mace, Ledge Oilice.  Fob Sale.���������A copy of the Copper Hand Book, at a bargain.  ���������Ledge Office.  Houses Fob Sale.���������Young team  three yeajs old, weighing 800  pounds each. One borse, weighing  1,000 pounds, and 14 tons of bay.  Apply to E. Bailey & Co., Eholt.  W.F. M.  Mineral Claim, with all tlio minerals nrecioux  and base thereunder except aurfnee rights to 14  by 170 feet of Block on -, Lota 13. II. 15. IB. 17.18,  IV and 10; in Block 0, Lot 1; in Ul..rk 3. Lota 1  i,Sand 13;In UlookO, LotM; in' Ulix-k 10. all as  Khown'ouamapor plan re������l������toa*d In the Ron-  litrjr Office at Satnloop-* m No, fl; and also excepting portions of mii'i Lot ������1������, compriuii*;  IM.lOOmida, 0) 100acru.-" ro������|������ei-tivuly a* done-rib-  ed lu conveyance* thereof iCR-lstered in the Hok-  I*trr Office at K������rnloojw, tmbjoct however to  snoh rlslit and Interest a* aro or mar be  he:d or olalmed by Clmrie* L, Thomet bin heir*  executor*, administrator.) orannhrun, by virtue  of an surcemont dated thi.- (Itbdny of Doeembor  lOOt and re;l.ttcrurt In unid Kui-irftry OOico nt  Kamlooim, on tho ml) duy of Murch l&iH, iu  cliurfio Book, Vol. S. Foi. Ml.  Thu followinif chnrtfcJappcar on Uio register  nifniiist thichilfl liti.'in:  JllrJ^-UltllltH  la favor of Canadian Haul; of Commerce ob-  Greenwood Miner?  Union, No. 2*2, W.  F M., meets ever)  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mini-  Friday evenings at 7.  LESTER MACKENZIE, Secty  Last spring, when we heard that  Fred Stork was i tinning- for the  mayoralty of Prince Rupert, we  passed a few I'-m-irka about the  big, fat biill-doz*'!', find the Empire  of that city evidently thought we  were in tlie wrong. However, th"  editor of Rupe's oldest journal did  not know as much ;is we did abou-  Freddie ; but his eves have silica  been opened, aud he cm now see  that false alaim-Fred Stork-in his  true light. In a recent edition of  the Empire, the editor calls Stork  a 'deliberateand unmitigated liar,'  and goes on to say :  "We can only congratulate the  city upon the fact that in a few  days now it will be rid of one of  the worst mayors which ever disgraced any city, and we say this  fully acknowledging our own mistaken error in having championed  the cause of one so unworthy. The  question now is, are the people  going to elect a similar dupe in  Alderman Mobley, who, fortunately, has been tried and found  wanting? If the citizens turn  down The Empire's honest effort  on behalf of the public good, they  will have themselves to blame if  a Tammany Hall reign becomes so  firmly entrenched in Prince Rupert as to put that of New York to  shame."  Evidently, Stork Is like a suit of  shoddy clothes. He looks'nice on  the start, but does not wear well.  The public life of Canada ie disgraced by too many dubs of the  Stork variety. Seeking fame without ability, they push themselves  to tho front, through making a  noiseanil physical force; but eventually, the public gets wise and  dump? them into the sump of  oblivion. It is now up to Freddie  to don his red coat and make for  the green timber of some new  camp where the natives do not  read the papers.  .-.eing operated at about 2,200 tonB  daily, full capacity.  Stimu of the directors are In favor  .<f waiting until $500,000 is ac-  ���������vnlated before any dividends  are paid, and they may influence  tbe others to wait some time yet  before making any disbursement  to shareholders. There has been  considerable demand for over a  year now for dividends, however,  which it is claimed was promised  by the directors, and it is not likely that these demands can long be  overlooked with a dividend fund  accumulated equal to 10 per cent,  on the stock.  The directors will meet this  week, but' the dividend question  will probably not be taken np.���������  Wall Street Journal.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 87 montlin that Lowery's  Claim was on earth it did business nil  over the world. It was the moHt  unique, independent ond ffarlens journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies purrmed it with  the venom' of a nitlluHiiafce until the  government shut it out of the mail**,  and its editor ccasad to puhlish it,  paitly on account of a lazy liver and  partly bocuiHe it taken a pile of money  to run ;t paper thai is outlawed. 1 lien-  arc Btill 25 different editions of tlii.-i condemned journal in print. Bend 10 cents  and get ono or.<2 50 and got the bunch  K.T LOVVKKY,  Greenwood, P, C-  B. C. COPPER Oo.  The official announcement that  the B. C. Copper Co. has 8300,000  on hand in the shape of a dividend  fund, seems to indicate that some  distribution will be made to shareholders soon. This amount is  equivalent to slightly over 10 per  cent, on the outstanding stock.  President Erb, who is in favor  of paying a dividend soon, says  tLat the question of dividends will  probably be taken up hy tho directory the latter part of January.  By that, time thev will know just  whnt the company can do running  at full capacity. The largo slag  locomotive , the lack of which in  terfered with full operation in  November, was rccoived on Dec-  A Progressive Company.  The B. C. Copper Co. is estimated to have earned 8275,000 daring  its fiscal year, which ended November 30. This result was accomplished on a production of slightly  less than 7,000,000 pounds of copper, and in spite of the fact that  ^rations were suspended about  -ix weeks last spring because of  iabor troubles.  The success of the B. C. Copper  Co. can be credited almost wholly  to the energy and ability of its  management. Four or five years  ago the obituary of its principal  mine, the Mother Lode, was written by a well known consulting  engineer. It is tbe same kind of a  mine as the Granby, and this engineer figured out that there was a  given tonnage of ore in the mine,  and no more. Since that time a  greater tonnage than his estimate  has been mined and smelted, and  there is more ore blocked out and  better underground prospects now  than ever before in the history of  the mine.  The company's mine management includes two or three men of  exceptional talent. They long ago  recognized the weakness of the  company's position from a mining  standpoint, and cast about to obtain new properties. The most  important purchase was a controlling interest in the Dominion Copper company, whose properties adjoin thoRe of the Granby. Through  this purchase tbe company obtained a very large ��������� tonnage of low  grade ore available' for immediate  mining. The Lone Star and Washington claims, another purchase,  are located just south of the Can;  adian line. They bave been under  development for four or five years  and a large tonnage of low grade  ore put in sight. The company is  now completing a tramway five or  six miles long, to bring this ore  down to a railroad point near the  smelter.  Somo of the ore deposits purchased are very high in silica, and  others carry a very satisfactory excess of iron and sulphur.   At least  one mine carries practically all its  values in gold and silver.   One deposit of 70,000 to 100,000 tons; of  highly.oxidized gold ore has been  developed  and  a small  cyanide  plant will be erected to treat it.  It is figured out that the coBt of a  plant, mining,  treatment and all  other expenses will be overbalanced  by the earnings, and a substantial  net profit left.   After this ore body  has been treated and exhausted, as  a simple manufacturing proposition  tbe cyanide mill will bo dismantled.  As a result of the progressive  policy of its management on the  one hand arid extreme efficiency  and economy on the  other,   the  company is now treating oro from  six or coven different iniues, which  altogether  yieldH  an   average  of  about 17 pounds of copper, and a  little over 81 per ton in gold and  g aiMiani Boyd, Proprietor,  0>fi90O08-eMMQ8l  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veinB of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are al*  ways at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while^the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  , makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL       -       -       PROPRIETOR  BURNS  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish,* -  and Poultry.   Shops in nearly all the .  towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, 6REENW00D  The Argo Mining  and Tunnel Go.  have  The Argo Mining and Tunnel Company  placed  on  the  Market 50,000 Shares of  Stock at 25 cents a Share until the 15th day of  .January.      After that date the price  will be  raised.  Indications in the Argo tunnel at present  point to the early striking of a large body of ore..  OLA  LOFSTAD, President.  '.-<���������-.... ,  cost of less than 10 cento a pound.  Improvements are still going on,  bnt the limit of land purchases and  construction work has practically  been reaohed. The company is'  ember 9, and the furnaces aro now silver and mating its copper at a now in a position to set its net  Tbe Windsor Hotel is one of the best furnished  - hotels in the West. It is located in the heart of  Greenwood and within easy reach of all the'financial and commercial institutions of tbe Copper'--1  Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit by electricity. Commodioub sample rooms. The bap Jo  replete with all modern beverages, and the Cafe  never closes.   Rooms reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Hotel Co.      B. J. Cartier, Manager  earnings aside for the benefit of  stockholders. Some of the* important interests in the company believe it will pay one or more dlrl������  dands next year.���������Geo. ti.' Walker  in the Boston Commercial.

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