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 m  -    ....-,'���������,.���������.,      PM-'i  - ';   .M'-tf,';.--.'   *"*������������������  ^'W^%  L**t  u^-^^  <r**s%&   ^F***^'  /;.���������  ���������' W,V7.*L N  ���������*  (I    ** *. \  ��������� X  i V/        JUL Vi ^������"    ������'  \\ ���������            '.....'. h-     >.  . v    ., ..,,. .'*>. v-  "o A .,'/"��������� t/m:-" ',v- V'' .-,>'.  Vol. XIII.  GRF,EN,\V,OOD, B. G.��������� THJJRSDAY," JULY 12,1906.'  ���������No. J  x  XI  II, 1  1/  fli  ^s&s&^s s^assssfiaa-ss^ ssasss  Dr. Mathison, the dentist will  be absent, until September 1st.  When you go fishing do not forget the bait and a box of Kootenay  Belle cigars. *  Keep cool by swinging in-a hammock, and buy the ham mock from  Smith & McRae.  Mrs.. Frederic W. McLaine will  be at home every Thursday afternoon during .Inly and August.  At Cascade the 0. P. R. will fill  in the long bridge and ���������build a  steel structure over the Kettle.  Chief Engineer Kennedy,,of the  ��������� V. V. &'E. was in the city Tuesday, aud went west Wednesday  morning. "'..''  Next Sunday the baud will go to  Eossland to play for the two clays'  celebration to be held on the I Gth  and 17th inst.  Decorate your homes with the  latest designs in wall papers. A  wide range in all shades at Smith  and McRae's.  Charley Adney and Jonn Williams, of New Denver have gone to  Peuticton to put in a few mouths  with a survey ..party.  Mrs. John Angrignon and children have gone to New Denver to  spend a -few weeks visiting Mr. and  Mrs. Palma Angrignon.  Either the Athletic Association  or the Miners' Union will carry  out the arrangements for the Labor  Day celebration here.  A. J. McDonald of Russell-Law-  Caulfield Co., moved his family  from Deadwood this week and is  living on'Churcli'street'.  To show how rapid the changes  are in the Lardeau it call be said  that the population of Gold ilill is  now live times greater than Poplar.  Canada thistles are pleutiful  along the C. P. 11 track near Bon-  nington Falls and the authorities  should sec that they are exterminated.  The lumber business is so good  in B. C that some of the mountain  mills are able to obtain 82 a thousand feet more than the Association  price.  C. B. Bash returned from his  trip to Kamloops last Monday. lie  reports the temperature touching  106 at Kamloops one day last  week.  Postal cards of local and general  scenes can be bought at Smith &  McRae's. Send one to your  friends in lieu of a letter during  the heated term.  Dr. R. Mathcson.has gone on a  professional trip to the Similkn-  meen and will go from there to the  Coast for a holiday. He will be  gone a conplc-of months.  St. Jude's hall is being moved  out on tho grounds, with a view to  buildiug an addition to it to'accommodate the increasing congregation of tho English church.  Angus McDonald, after visiting  Windy Arm and other camps in  tho north has returned to Greenwood better satisfied than ever  with the Boundary. He states  that if Greenwood was '1,000, miles  from, easy transportation it would  have a million inhabitants.  This year J. L. Watson, principal of tho Greenwood, school sent  up three pupils for the Entrance  examination and all passed. They  wcro'Dorotliy S. Yates, 702; Hoy  Parker, 619, and Lola 10. Rowo,  .576 marks: The Midway school  passed two candidates. They were  Kathlio S. Ferguson. 730, and  IdelleScott, 001."' ���������*-   '��������� ������������������ ���������,   ���������  M The band will give a concert on  the 26th inst.  The fall assizes will bo held in  Greenwood on October 16.  R. K. Steven says it is not his  intention to become a "tcst-ifier'.'/as  to the size of fish.  Frank aud Mrs". Spearing have  gone up Boundary creek on a two  weeks' fishing trip.  It is better to fill the hills with  smoke from Royal Seal cigars than  it is from the burning of timber.  The brush of the painter has  made the Hotel Strathcona look  like an old friend in a now suit of  clothes.  Preserving kettles, all triple  plated graniteware, and Gem fruit  jars just received. Russell-Lawo-  Caulfiield Co. ���������      -   ,  Mrs. R. Mathison left Saturday  morning to visit friends in Spokane and Vancouver, and will not  return until September.  Mrs. H. -Bunting and daughter  left Tuesday to ',visit friends in  Vancouver and Victoria. They  expect to be gone a couple of  months.  When you need a monument or  headstone to place over the grave  of your friends write to the Kootenay Marble Works in Nelson and  get prices.  A marriage license was issued at  the government office * on the 3rd  inst., to Samuel Norman Stanley  Addison andMable Luteria Russell  both of Grand Forks.  Thobaseball grounds are being  fenced and the grand stand repaired. A match will shortly he  played with Phoenix for the championship of the Boundary.  Bill Doyle expects to prospect  in the. north this summer along  with Al Gray.    Gray recently sold  - Dance' tomorrow evening in -/old  Masonic hall. -    -  Diamond drill for sale. ������������������ Apply  at tli is office. ' '  The warm weather makes us'all  remark to the Uy.    Skitloo!   ,  Mrs. Geo. Williams left today,  for a two'months' visit in Victoria.  Fred Smith,' tho well-known  traveler for W. J. Gage & Co., is  in town.this week holding a levee  with all the stationers and printers  in the hills around this camp.  Fred Starkcy. one of the most  active and enterprising, merchants  of Nelson, came in yesterday upon  his regular mission of supplying  the Boundary with some of the  great necessities of life.  n, Bunting has just received a  car of windows "and- doors from  Vancouver, and also a car of  Wood-Fibre- plaster ��������� from Winnipeg. -'"The wood-fibre is a new  plaster, the first order for which  arrived in Greenwood the past  week.  his ranch near Nelson  for  83,500  and is now in Nova Scotia looking  at the folks and scenes of his early  days.  The city's expenditures ior the'  past six months was $1(5,117.82,  ���������and receipts $14,00S.17. The  street work is practically done for  the year, so the ratepayers can  look for a substantial surplus for  1906.  Remember the ball to bo given  in the old Masonic hall tomorrow  evening, 13th.inst., by the Miners'  Union in aid of the Boundary  Falls reading room. Excellent  music. Tickets $1.50, supper  extra.    Ladies free.  The section men working on the  C. Pv R. near Shields shot a black  bear this week which was making  a raid on their lunch buckets.  Passengers on the express got a  glimpse of bruin reposing in state  upon a pile of .ties' as the train  climbed along.  The other day it was with great  difficulty that the Bulldog express  could get past Fife. In crossing  the track millions of army worms  got crushed by the locomotive and  greased the rails so effectually, that  it took all the'sand in tho box to  get the engino over tho slippery  spot.  Paddy Clunc, a former resident  of Camborne, was seriously injured  by a falling rock in tho Skylark  mine at Greenwood on Tuesday,  and not expected to live. Patty  has many friends in'this town who  are greatly grieved to hear of the'  unfortunate accident that has overcome him, and earnestly trust that  ho will regain his health.���������Camborne Miner.      ��������� ������������������  -,'���������.���������.'���������-.  An invitation has been received  from the Rossland Celebration  committee, to a team from Greenwood Miners' Union to take part  in the Tug-of-War Tournament to  take place in Rossland on th? 16th  and'17th inst." The prizes arc 1st-  8200, and 2nd $50.  . W. F. Moran, and Mrs. Moran ,  of Nebraska City, Neb., were visitors in the city tho ;mm, week. Mr.  Moran is a brother of John Moran,  and is ono of r!ie prominent lawyers of Nebraska. This was their  first visit to the Boundary, and  both fully enjoyed the outing in  the mountains.  F. W. McLaine, acting for the  C. P. 11. has recently sold to cast-  *ern parlies 10,000 acres of timber  lands in block 3037, about four  miles from Wostbridgo on the main  Kettle river. The price is 83 an  aero and the dues of $1 a thousand  feet the latter to apply upon the  purchase price of the laud. - During, the past year Mr. McLaine has  sold for the C. P. 11. about 25',000  acresjof land principally to buyers in  search of good ranching propositions. Most of the land sold has  been iri blocks of 160 and '.������.20  acres and buyers are all eager to  make homes for themselves in such  a delightful climate.  As an instance of the benefits to  be derived from   advertising in  a  -from"6-to'8 inches in width and  .carries free.gold and .native silver.  In somo parts it "is "nearly all wire  silver, with free gold through it.  No assays have yet been made,  but the ore is among the richest  yet discovered in the' camp. Both'  Manager Miller and Foreman Slia-  fer are to be congratulated on the  result of their perseyerence. As  Dr. Adams said, when hero lasi  week after examining a number of  the high-grade properties in the  vicinity of Grcinvyood, all that was  required to prove a very rich camp  was depth, and there was no doubt  I hat the intrusions found near tho  surface would disappear.  ' JOINT' INSTALLATION  i J "f i  A Large G-athenng   ofv Knights of  ������ Pythias 'at sGroen\vood  , Last night nearly a hundr������d  members of. tho Knights of Pythias  met in the Greenwood'hall for -the  installation of officers of Phoenix  Lodge, No. 28, Greenwood Lodge  No. 29, and Midway Lodge,.'No.  '30, and to extend a welcome to the  lately elected grand Chancellor,  Wiliiam Irvine, of Nelson. .The  lodge was opened by A. F. Thomas,  the retiring Chancellor Commander  of Greenwood lodge, and after extending fraternal greetings to the  visiters invited the Grand .Chancellor to the chair, when the work  of installation was taken up. The  installing officers were:-Grand  Chancellor I rvine,and" acting grand  vice, Win. Brown,' of Phoenix, and  Prelate. Chas. Dunn of Greenwood.  The officers installed were:-  l'UOKXix xo.;28 -  E. J. Smith, C. Cj-A-Koblath,  V: C; Win. Haii-Io, IVj^-E. Jack-.'  sou, M. W.; (}: L. Elgin's. K.R.S.-  The cubs scampered off, and the SSSSj^ZSSSS^^Z^S'SSo^ZflSSraSSa^SS  she-bear, in covering their " retreat had, to close with the bull dogs,  one of which was muzzled. The  two unmuzzled dogs took hold of  the [bear and in doing so pealed  their own fate, for the murderous  claws of the xjcar-Rooii did their  deadly work. The muzzled dog  ran back to the house after the  other two had been killed and the.  bear, having beaten off its assailants, turned aud followed t,lioeuli-i.  The Ktirviving.dog received several  nasty wounds.���������Hcdloy Gazette.  Increase of Mineral Production  The production of minerals in  Canada increased from $6,000,000  in 1S7J to nearly $19,000,000 in  1891, and $������S,f>00.000 in 1905.  FromlS9l to 1905 the non-mineral  output of mining operations in  Canada increased from $13,30.^,000  to over 31,000,000. This makes  tho total value of products of .the  mine-in Canada last year. practically $100,000,000.  A better idea of the relative ini-  porfance of mining, as compared  with other industries will be  afforded by the statement that the  value of the field and fruit crops of  all Canada in 1901 is estimated in  the census-return at about $20S,-  000,000. The output of manufacturing establishments iu the, same  year was placed at $-167,000,000.  Mining is already one of the  most important industries of the  Dominion, and development along  this line is increasing more rapidly  than along anv other.  1k������  ssasfcs&e gsss^&E ������5^m^������M&%%mw,  Camp-  A.;  Pea-  J. A. Mo'rriii, M. R; J. N  bell, M. E.; G. M.   Pratt)   M  D. A.   MeLeod,   I.   G.;  Jas.  cock, O. G.  (ii:*:rcxwoon no. 29  Martin Anderson, C.C.; Frank  Steele, V. C.; A.Morrisson, P.; W.  Rowe, M. W.;A. D. Hallett, K.  U.S.; K. C. B. Frith, M. R; Fred  Ilaar. M. A.; Wm. Thompson, 1.  G.; A. F. Thomas, C. G.;  51 ill WAY .Vf(. 36  Ed. A. ITtun, C. C.:0. E. Melville, V. C.j K. Foyle Smith, I\;  J. C. Luscombe, M. W.; R. H.  Stevenson, K. II. S.: II. Eldridge,  M. F.;S. A. Crowoil,  M.   E.;*E.  The Nicola Road  Mr. Marpolo stated today that  the lino should be completed from  Spmices Bridge to Nicola by the end  .of October. When .Messrs. Loss &  Macdonell, contractors for the road  finisliii heir work the line will be  taken'o'ver and operated by the C. P.  R. By the end of October it is expected that both passenger and  freight trains will be running over  Gabe Eustace and K. II". - Tlirus-  lon came down- from the Carnii  Tuesday. They will return Saturday. Everything ' in connection  with the mill at tho Carnii mine is  running smoothly.  Henry Nicholson, J. P., mining  recorder of the sub office at Camp  MoKinnj-. is in the city for a few  days. Mr. Nicholson is one of the  old timers of the Osoyoos district;  aud has been a resident of Camp  jMeJvinny for a number of years.  Mining affairs are quiet in the  camp at present, but residents hope  for greater activity shortly.  Jack Luce is doing assessment  work on his claims in Deadwood  Camp. The work will be completed by the-end of this month,  after which it is his intention to  'visit Cobalt in Northern Ontario  There area number of old Boundary Creek prospectors in the Cobalt country, including II. B.  Munro, I Robert Jacobs, Bob  Lorigley and  Sliver Cunningham.  A new shaft is being sunk on the  Rambler, by W. II. Rambo. The  shaft is down 12 feet on the ledge,  which is about IS inches in width'  of galena carrying fair values, but  not as high grade as the'ore taken  out of the other workings, from  which shipments were made. It is  expected the'ore will increase in  value with depth, as was the ease  iu the other shafts.  Dr. Adams, a geologist of New  Jersey, was in.Uie citiy .last.,week,  and visited the Eikhorn, Providence, Scrathmorc, Prince Henry  and others of the high grade properties in- compiny with Dr.  Spankie.       Tie   was   very   much  pleased with the appearance of the  the railway, which taps.a very rich i mines visited, but was called away  agriculture and  coal  mining dis  tiict, and renders it tributary to  Vancouver. Some small amount  of freight is  now  being   handled  by telegram before he had an op  portuuity of making as thorough  an examination of the districD as  intended.     lie  will  probably   re-  over the fortv-one miles of road al-  turn in the course of a  couple  of  paper that is read  by   the  public, j Bunting, M. A.; Fred  Hilbert,   I,  G,; P. Heilscher. O. G  After the installation ceremonies,  an address war, given by the Grand  Chancellor, and short speeches  made by a number of the members  of the order. Refreshments were  served in the lodge room.  Got Whipsawcii  Wm. Green, the Oroviiic gambler who was wanted during the last  term of court to answer the charge  of running a gambling house,   and  last  week  mention was made in  Tin: Ledge that the Canadian flag  was not displayed  on  the  government   building    Dominion    D.iy.  The day following the issue of the  paper, the  (lag, ��������� which  had  been  borrowed for a church  fete,   was  returned to the government  office.  This, to the wide awake business  man, would indicate that an item  in the newspaper is the surest way  to reach the public.    It would also  indicate that for the awakening of  even a church conscience, there is  nothing, so'effective as an item in a  livo    newspaper.       Another     in������  stance:      The owner of a   la;ge  transfer business was asked to  advertise his business this week.   He  answered that later on  he would,  but at present he wished, to give  his stock a rest.     We suggested  that a local item be inserted to the  effect that owing to   the necessity  of giving his stock a much  needed'  rest the business will be closed   for  a couple of weeks.    To this, he answered���������"For God's sake   don't.  That would burst the concern."  VERY RICE QBE  Froe Gold and Native Silver in the  Sfcratlimoro.  ��������� Yesterday a very rich  vein of  ore was struck in  the Strathmore tho three   bulldogs   belonging   to  at the 100-foot level.    Thojvein isJMr. Brown at once attacked  them.  reiidy built, it is being taken in  simply for tho convenience of  settlers along the line.  Will the road be extended beyond Nicola? This question is  ajritaling tho minds of hundreds of  people along the route from Nicola  to Princeton: No definite information on this point can be secured from the C. P. R. authorities. It is stated that the old surveys run from Nicola to Princeton,  but it is apparent the C. P. R. has  yet reached up determination as to  months.  ORE SHIPMENTS  Following are the Boundary ore  shipments for last week:  To Granby smelter from Granny  mines, 0266 tons; from l'hnma 101  tons. To B. C. Copper smelter:  From Mother Lode 192 tons. To  Dominion Copper Co. smelter:  From Brooklyn Siemwinder, 1,531  tons: from Sunset -193 tons; from  Mountain Rose42 tons. To Nelson smelter:    From Em ma 44 tons.  the    following    accounts  qbrrco'f, "  which wero passed'by'tho council.  iv. W. liisliop , $i.|i.6y  liotindiiiy Creulc  Times*..' ���������.������������������,���������"���������������������������  169-20  Grcouwuud Rloetriu Co  133.25  (U*o. II, Cro'ploy .'     23.60  Cameron it'ThilT. '..    1910  Yule Coltitii'ii.'i Uuuib?!'Co      3,97  Sidney M  Jcilmsoii/. .-..    <p.ou  Tun   J,V:iii5K - .- ' ;,j d:i ���������  Kuseell-I,aw-Canlfie1(l  Co..:.'..:.'.. "'15.15'  Uuater Kcndrick Co .'       r,4'n  I!. C. Gazette,.! *.....'..'.... .'70.50.,  Geo. II. CropU'y     25.M. '  Ciane &' Co.!.' '..' .' '  48.10 .-  The citv treasurer read  a  state-  meat of receipts and  expenditures''  for the   year   ending   3oth   June; -  Moved by Aid. Sullivan  and   Ne'l--,  son that the statement be received '  and filed. '       ','".  Clerk   reported   that .'������,9.790.40  was-placed to the credit of the city  in'the bank as a result of the .sale-'  of   waterworks   extension   debentures.  Aid. Mathison asked for,three  months' leave  of absence,   which \  was granted.  A motion was carried  that  city  farm be leased for a   term   of 'six  years and   nine   months,   on   the./  terms specified  in letter received  from Stutridge, with  the addition  that at least five acres of ground  be cleared and   fenced   each- year-  during the first five years 'of. lease.'*'  The tender of the Pacific' Coast'  Pipe'company   was " accepted   on  motion of Aid". .Nelson 'aDcl ���������SulliV  van, the pipe" to be bound with No.';  ���������i- instead of No.  6 wire as "heretofore.    This will add  considerably  to the life of the pipe.   ,   ^  ' Chairman  of   waterworks  committee, Aid. Bunting, reported that ,  owing to the absence of city en- .  gineer, the arrangements with  the  Providence company in  regard  to  a dam   site on   Providence creek  were not completed.    The poller of  the company was   to   give   a   free    ���������  site, aud in  return  for  which  the  city would \ give   free   water   and  bear expense   of   laying   pipe   to  workings at mine and return  pioe  to dam.    The   (juestion   was laid  over until communication was had  with president of- company.  Tho acting mayor also referred  to cause of shortage of water a few  days ago. A plank -had been removed from the iotako to the reservoir and no water was running  in. The city clerk and E. ' W.  Bishop had visited the reservoir  and found no water in it. It appears that the present method- of-  supplying water' to the reservoir  is only a" temporary   one,   and Ja  who skipped across the  boundary,             ���������.   .   Tr     ,,  ���������f      ,    ,       ,                          f wav.���������A icola Herald,  line when ho heard a warrant  was;     ' .��������� _.���������   out for his arrest,   camo  back   to CITIZENS' MEETING.  Oroville the other day,   thinking      At   the    request" of   a    num-  that the sheriff's office had  forgot- !)C1.    0f   citizens,    Acting    Mayor  ,.,,., . ,,.    ,       T, .    ,     , permanent intake wilLbe'put in at  building beyond-Nicola.    It is  be-1 Total   weekly    shipments   11,691! l(m. watpi. ;-  ���������������������������  lieved, however, that it is only  ajtoiis.     Total shipments  for  year,  matter of time before   Princeton 1040,o05 tons.    Boundary smelters  will be reached by the railway and j treated this week:   Granby  smel-  possibly    it   may  continue   to  a j ter,.:;iS,573 tons:  Dominion  Cooper  junction with the C. P. R. at Mid- j Co. smelter, 2,OSS tons;  total  for  ten him. Deputy- Sheriff Parsons,  however, hail him under arrest in  a short lime and on his way to the  county seat. lla pleaded guilty  and was fined ?.'������23 and costs.���������  Molson Independent.  B.earani Bulldogs  Last week II. B. Brown's ranch,  two miles above Iledlcy on .the  Siniilkiimceii river, was. the scene  of a desperate encounter, which  was witnessed by Mrsj. Brown from  the house, but being without a  rille she was unable ti hi tor fere.  A she-bear with two cubs camo  into their strawberry patch,  and  Hunting' has called [a meeting for Monday evening next at S  o'clock in city hall, to consider  Labor,Day celebration.'  Not long ago Saxony was stirred  up by an action against a schoolmaster for wearing a red necktie,  tho'sinibol of socialism. An oven  worse case is now reported from  Erfurt, the papers of which town  publish the following orders from  tho police received by a local gentleman:  On May I, at 10:50 in the morning you wore found leading by a  string a dog wearing a rod silk hat,  thus causing excitement. This  was a gross misdemeanor. We  line you live shillings, or one day's  imprisonment.       :  wee  k, 10,063 tons.  Treatment for  year to di:te, 646,173 tons.  CITY COUNCIL  The city, council met Monday  night. Present: Acting Mayor  .Bunting, and Aldermen Nelson,  Sullivan and Wood.  It had been reported in; town  that the medical officer of health  would bo present and place on exhibit the serpent that came out of  the faucet in Curry White's residence, but tin: doctor didn't appear  It was ordered that water extension to Glcnwood street be carried  out.'  Mr.yor and city clerk were authorized to execute agrficment with  Isaac Skidmore. ���������-������������������������������������"  Draft of agreement between city  and C. Scott Galloway 'was read",  re grade on Kimberly a've. anil  Deadwood strce't.  Aid. Wood asked- leave to intro- ���������  dueo-byla-w' No.   ij'?.'     Granted.'  Bylaw read   a   first,   second   aud  third time.  The Irish Way'  On the edge of a small river in  County Caviin, Ireliuid, is a stone  with this''inscription;--When this  with the serpent, neither did the | stone is out of sight it is hbtanfri to  chairman of the waterworks com- Ford the river. l)ut this is even'  mittcc mention the reptile in his surpassed, by the famous p.ist  report, so it'may be ���������presumed' that  the serpent is officially "non-cxis:  taut.  Minutes of the previous meeting  of council were read and adopted.  The fiiKtuce committee reported  erected some years ago by the surveyors of the Kent (England j  roads.":���������Thjis is th'e bridal path to  Faversham; if yoii can't' road thiri  you had better keep to the main  j'oad. ���������New York Tribune,  msmsimBmmmmmmmmmmsmmsmmMSBESS^sasess^^ssss^BS^US  ^SS^S^sSSt^^^^^^^^^S^S^SmH^S^^I^^^^^S^S^^^S^^xS^SSS^^^  raiWH  lYffliffipyffli^tfffiitirfliffiSf&fflfitK.  ^^S^^^I^^W^^Wn^Sw^l^^^SSSf^in^^^^^^ ,G*-e.cn,Y\*ccd..ij.  , Juiy .12, -iOC.lv.  .T.EE G&EE&WOOI) ijx>m  jF.M-.LAjyiB  PftOVllvfCfAL LAND SUaVcYOR  ,.?>'.:���������. in' i:-: ���������..���������;   i\ ;'.'..; v i "i.' >'<  GREENWOOD  .ijy day or week  and up, at the Commercial  ���������.      ���������   :,|:     ,-i    l|>.      i     ,,...;,  Jiotel, Copper street, Green  wood.  Bath |in connection.  p. p'qupard  -THE STAGE LINES.  The stage for Phoenix leaves  Greenw66(l every day1 at 3 p. m.,  |and 'returns at '1.0.30 a. m: J. S.  ���������McCagueJ' proprietor.   !  The'stage for Ferry, carrying  United States1 and 'Canadian mail  Reaves ���������TJre'ehwood every day at  '7.30 a. (m.' Returning it leaves  F-'erry at S.l.'i'p.'mV J, McDonald,  lorbp'rieto'r.'1'  ''' The 5l other Lode stage leaves the  mine, exdept Sundays, at S.30 a.  vm., 1.30 p: 'm., and 6.30 p. in.  'Leaves'Greenwood'at 10 a. m., 4  p. m., ahd'S p. in.' On Saturdays  h,he last's'tage.leaves at 10 p. in.  'Mpiliier Lode Stage Co., Props.  ' ft'h'e Boundary Falls stage leaves  the Falls daily at 9 a. in., and  ���������Greenwood at 11.30 a. m. W.  .Craig, proprietor.  The. Beaverdell stage leaves  Greenwood every Saturday at S a.  'm., and returns on Tuesdays. It  :carries the mails from Rock Creek  ���������,up'ft'nd'clown the river. D. O.  'JVIcKy, proprietor.  ' All the above stage lines arrive  anfl: depart from Yuill's stage  'qfficej 'Copper' street.  LEDGE  Is published every Thursday;at Greenwood, B. C , and the price is $; a year,  "postage free to all parts of Canada, United  "States, Mexico and Great Britain. To  "otHer" countries-'it is sent postpaid for  '$2.56 &' year. 'Address all letters to The  "I'euge.'Greenwo'od; B. C.  JAS. W. GRIER,   MANAGER.  GREENWOOD, B,  (V\ ���������     ���������  ��������� ��������� : .  C, JULY 12,  1906,  "' "   TWE'LVirYEARS OLD  .With this issue Tin: Lkdci: commences its thirteenth year. During iis" twelve years of existence it  lias'liad"i'ts'periods of plenty and  .its periods'"of' famine, but has  'never hail an official call from the  'sheriff, aud has "never retracted an  'editorial utterance. It has made  'enemies���������many of them, and, we  'hope, a few friends. It has been  'outspoken in its criticisms of what;  'its publisher believed to be wrong  'in the'sdcial, political and religious  'world.'"' It has supported the  workers when it would have been  'more prdlitable to support the employers.',' It lias been as near independent as it is" possible foranews-  'paper to be', or rather as near independence as the editor could guide  Wch a"course,1 for it is impossible  for 'bile' iiund'to evenly balance tho  scales on tlie subjects that are continuously agitating tho public. He  ^Bouly'one^andall men are moro  or ldss biased'.' 'Tut; Li-:ik:i-: has  'jiot beeu neutral on questions af-  'fectihg the public,'' but has advocated'" wliat,litBjJ('di'titt believed to  'be thVrjght.' 'It'h'as not made a  fortune.' Fortunes'1 iii' the n'cwf*-  'paper 'business are 'hot accumulated by't.hos6 who liave dpi'niou's  'of tlieli* '6'wri arid express theni".  'Pdlitic'a)'pHtferment'is iiot for 'the  jnaijHvif/do'eH 'i'lot1 blindly "follow;!  party, 'therefore'the publisher 'has  Ijct'pt clear' of poli'tlcH.' ' Tjik Lki'k'-k  iias'ijo pro'DiiseB1 'to'" make fhr'the  futu're tb'^'iSaimt be outlined from  ^ts course in tl'i'e' $#$���������''''K will not  lie a yitpp6rtor' of" "any' party orj  '���������3lique)'i',ifcner will it bo a eulogist  'of fcvery'pblitical trickster for Whom  'a iiii-igu'iclc'd electorate 'may vote.  ���������Tin* Lkook is lierc to do businCHB in  the old way and along the old lines.  It doesn't owe a cent to any one,  therefore is under no obligations  to Consult financiers on politicians  in reference to the opinions expressed or about to be expressed  by it.      _^   SUMMER EATING  THhSe" arc the days when the  thermometer touches the high  spots aud dogs occasinally go mad  iit, the sight of water. In order to  avoid summer sickness it is necessary to eat the food nature intended we should in the heated  term. It is better to avoid flesh  and fish entirely, but when taken  the amount should be light, and  not oftener than'three times a  week.  White flour biscuits made without eggs and but little butter can  be used one-third of the week,  whole wheat biscuits two-thirds of  the time and corn bread once a  week. Except when used occasionally eggs are a poor summer  diet. Bread or biscuits with fruit  and nuts make an ideal breakfast.  If nuts are not used, drink a glass  of buttermilk clabbored milk. Eat  cheese two or three times a week  if not subject to constipation. If  subject to onstipation put the  juice of a whole lemon, without  sugar, into a glass of cold water  and drink it slowly about an. hour  before breakfast. Do nob drink  lemonade during the day. No  meal should be eaten at noon except fruit, melons, or a salad made  from lettuce cucumbers and tomatoes. Melons are not particularly good for the system when  eaten at irregular hours or with  regular meals. Do not eat more  than one kind of melon each day.  Supper should be raw aud  cooked vegetables and properly  prepared bread. We should eat  all kinds of raw vegetables. Salads all the time, nuts zwieback,  and use olive oil in place of butter.  It is a great mistake to driuk  much water in hot weather as we  should get all the fluid necessary  from the eating of raw fruits, vegetables and melons. The great desire for fluids in warm weather is  caused by eating too much stimulating and heat producing foods.  Meat, butter, potatoes, tea, coffee,  pie, pudding and cake demand  fluids soon after eating, and if  taken freely as demanded, indigestion follows, your stomach and  internal anatomy soon become like  a Chicago packing house, and gastric, bilious or typhoid fevers will  invariably follow. When digestion is retarded by the constant  drinking of water or other fluids  the food rots in your inside and  you are poisoned through your own  ignorance or foolishness.  Do not mix your food too much.  Half a dozen articles of food eaten  at the same meal may produce indigestion when one or two of them  are wholesome. You can cat all  fruit, melon and cucumbers 3-011  want, but if. you mix in with them  at the same meal pork and beans,  fried chicken and gravy, shortcake,  doughnuts, iced tea, coffee and ice  cream your stomach will rebel unless it is made of copper. Eat all  the corn you want but nothing  with it except a salad made with  lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, trace  of an onion and a dash of Halt;  lemon juice and olive oil.  Always eat seasonable foods and  eat them right. All food becomes  poison when improperly used and  from the fortunes doctors are pil  ing up it is high time that children  were taught how and what to eat.  Such an education in our public  schools would soon make a better  and happier people.  To be happy at all times should  be tho grand aimjof all mortals.  The firecracker has just closed  another successful season in the  United Slates.  The eyes of the world are upon  the Boundary. Sit up aud read  this paper regularly.  Whex your business has that  tired feeling brace it up by putting  an ad in TheLedue  After all tho Hying machine  would certainly be our choiee if we  had to tap Phoenix occasionally.  Tub.world would be better if  none of us learned to drihk whisky  or play poker until we were ninety  years old.  It  is not.all townsites  north fork of Kettle river,  are several good mining  mixed in with them.  up the  There  claims  In Nelson one of the doctors  makes more than $1,000 a month.  Q,uite a tribute to the ignorauce of  the people iu that city.  Tins year, judging from the', fatal ties, mining in the {[Boundary  appears more dangerous than fighting in a Cential American revolution.    The tima has arrived in Canada  when no more land Bhould be  given to anybody but actual set-  Each province, city and . county  should have its own Sunday laws.  Then a man could tell whether he  needed a flask, fishing rod or a  bible when he went a few miles  from home, or he could adjust his  place of abode to a locality in  in which the law harmonized with  its ideas upon the proper way to observe the day of rest.  Even in railroad accidents the  English are more thorough than,  the Americans. In an accident in  England the other day 23 were  killed and seven injured. Asa  rule in the United States on the  Great Northern or any of the other  roads tho report would be 7 killed  and 23 injured. Railroad accidents are rare in England but almost sure death when they do  happen.        ______  Thaw killed White in New  York entirely contrary to old time  western rules. He should have  given White a chance to "heel"  himself and then taken an even  break for his life when the crucial  moment arrived. To shoot an unarmed man is the act of a coward  or a man driven insane by jealousy  or some other cause. In murders  of this kind some living heart must  suffer more than the one pierced  by the assassin's bullet.  tiers, aud no more subsidies of any  kind given to railroads.  MORE OTTAWA GRAFT  It is just 216 years today since  Billy waded the Boyne aud made  orange one of the vital colors in  the land of spuds, poteen and  warm-hearted people.  :. A.'homb factory has beeu discovered in Seattle. That's nothing. It is not half as dangerous  as discovering a round of missed  holes in the Boundary.  Nothing will 'Frisco a man  quicker than working all day, and  then sitting up all night trying to  outplay a tinhorn who keeps his  cards in the jaws of a hold-out.  Ik our cities were not constantly  recruited by fresh blood from the  country the nation would soon  cease to exist. The third generation bred in a city are impotent.  The Mayor of Rossland is determined to stop the music halls in  that city. The wave of reform is  liable to wash Rosslaud against  something worse than a music  hall.   Judging from the amount of  money the C. P. R. is spending on  its leased line in tho Slocan the  management must have unbounded  faith in the future of that old silver camp.         Peoi'lk who thought it wa8  warm last week never lived in  Bombay when the ice machine  was on strike, nor had two sweethearts at tho same time iu Old  Mexico. '  Do good while you can for it is  but a little while before every life  is dashed against the shore of death  and mingled with the formation  that up-to-date has sent back no  authentic press despatches.  The wise man always pays the  printer.  How can we expect liberty if we  refuse to'give it to others?  i- ' ������������������>��������� 1       '   A duakt from a bank has given  many a'hierchant cold chills.  IJurftNiMH is so lively in Alberta  that in some places the grass is not  given time to grow. " '"  In China when a bank fails  manager has his head cut off.  bank failures have occurred in the  country of yellow faces for 900  years. A remedy like this might  ourc the graft in Canadian politics,  but nothing else would be of any  avail.  The game   of grab   which   the  members at   Ottawa   are   playing  with the public mouey is becoming  so petty, that it is only comparable  in its Rtesl stage to a ludicrous  scramble for pennies. ��������� At the discussion in the House the other day  of   the   indemnioy   question,    an  amendment was made  providing  for reasonable living expenses to  members and Senators when traveling to and from Ottawa to attend  the session.    Those who live four  hundred miles or more from  the  capital, instead of living expenses  will receive S15 per day,  one trip  each way between their residence  and Ottawa each session.    It must  be borne in mind that this $15  per  day is simply for living expenses  and does not include railway   fare  or Pullman.    For example, a British Columbia member in going to  attend the parliamentary session,  would draw on the country for his  railway and Pullman car expenses  to the amount say  of $86.50,   and  then for the six days the journey  would occupy, he would draw another S90, or 176.50  in   all.     As  the fortunate possessor of a railroad  pass, his journey across the continent would cost him 818  for  his  Pullman and about  814   for   his  meals, or 832 in all, leaving him a  balance to to the good as a result  of his legislative journey, of $144.-  50.   These details may seem petty  but when we find  the   Canadian  Parliament    descending   to   such  methods to secure a few dollars to  its members, it is quits justifiable  to put the nibtter in  its   proper  light.    The increase of its indemnity was an   utterly unjustifiable  act, but as it was a large  pull the  outcries which were excited  were  of an indignant character.    It is a  larcenous world at best,  however,  the and the grab being accomplished  j^0 the public forgave the members for  yielding to their natural instinct.  But to extort the small sum on the  ground of living expenses   while  traveling, will be regarded as the  contemptible covetousness of small  minds.���������Province.  The Kootenay  Standard Cigar  Is made in Nelson.    Try a shipment and please your patrons.  J. C. Tiielin, Nelson  J. R. Cameroii.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.   .  Sandon, B. C.  Dominion Hotel  Bar  Old Ironsides Avenue  Phoenix  Is under lease to the undersigned.  The cigars are fragrant and can be  smoked wtthout the aid of a porous  plaster. The beer is not all froth,  and the nerve bracers touch the  right spot, especially in the morning.    Come in and have a shot.  W. S. DAVIDSON  BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  PAID UP CAPITAL, $4,866,667  .- RESERVE FUND   -  $2,141,333  Transacts a general banking business  Interest  allowed on Savings Accoumts, from  one dollar upwards at  current rates.   .  COPPER ST.   -   -   GREENWOOD, B. C.  BANK   OF   MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED  1817.  PAID   UP  CAPITAL, $14i400,OOO. REST, $10,000,000  UNDIVIDED PROFITSi $801,855.41  General Btuikiiiff BnstinesslTransaotod.    Drafts issued on all points, nncl .Collections lnndo at lowest ntti's.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   "|   W. F. PROCTOR,     :,  ?*j]    INTEREST ALLOWKDATCURRENT BATES    JwiANAGER GRE'SNK>*OOD BRANCIj.  PUPS FOR SALE  Llewellyn pups for sale.    Apply  to W. J. Cramer, Phoenix.  CAPITAy/ANTED  A group of eleven copper olaims  in East Kootenay can be bonded  upon easy terms. For particulars  address Box 452, Nelson, B. C.  About  Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing SG  illustrations, all told, and  ��������� is filled with sketches and,'  stories of western life. It"  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the fhish days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver long after  Noah was dead ; how a  parson took a driuk at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in '93; how the  saloon man outprayed the .  women in Kalama-zoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early,history ���������  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are' printed three  western poems, and dozens of article too numerous to mention. Send  for one before it is too  late. The price is twenty-  five cents, postpaid to any  part of the world. Address all letters to  l\p     1 ���������  NELSON, B. C,  Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Eggs  and Finest Creamery Batter  always in stock. Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Poultry. Best Quality.  rO������e������9������9MM������9t6e9O<M*!������������ea������ee������������Q99fO������������9O������0O99������999M90g  IP. BURNS & GO.I  Dealers in  I   Fresh and Salt JWeats, pish and Poaltfy  9  e  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  RSI BE LIVERY  Good Rigs and Expert Drivers.   Saddle  Horses always ready.   Hay, Grain and  Feed lor sale.  GEORGE {4. aHOPliEY  Fkbxik is becoming slower ,than  Central America. It has not had  a revolution, or not even a tinhorn  prizefight for several -weeks.  Dan'l had better come back and  stir up the hyenas with his paper,  tho New York World of the Crow  country.  Sam-; people do not object to  Sunday being a day of rest provided thore were no lines or imprisonment for tho non-observance  of certain set rules. lb is impossible to make people good by force.  Love (|.nd education is tho only  way to lead any crowd to the sugar  bush on the mountain,      "*"' ���������  . . .;   ���������! i j, ';.���������'���������.'��������� :.,  When you go into the hills take  a box of Royal Seal cigars. They  may help you to find something.  _I:I-Z-2SiIi2-ZI-2iri-IIZ'ZI2TI-  Rossland's Grand Union  MERGHANT  TAILOR - -  Special attention given to the  Cleaning and Repairing  Department  Coi'I'J'-R St "WET,  QilBEXWOOU  I  1 ^zorr������sazziK-zi*z-z-ist'Z-rzz>3a:������  Under the auspices of the Miners Union and the  Mayor, Council and Citizens, Two Days'Carnival  Summer Sports,  MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JULY 16=17, ?������Q6 jg  Rock Drilling Contests, Horse Uaciug-, Lsicrosec and Baseball, Sowing  / and Chopping contests, Running and JntiMnng races of all kinds, Tug of  War, Trapeze ami Slack Wire performances,  Balloon Ascension, l'ire  Works and general sports.   A program which will ontrival in its variety  and excellence any heretofore witnessed in British Columbia  $3,000   IN PRIZES   $3,000  For further parj-ipulars apply to J. 11. ^lORRlSON. Secretary.  I  ;.*N/.. THE GREENWOOD LRi'j&E.  *  ���������Greenwood,'B. 0., July 12, .l.SS|i  is  \S  LIMITED.  Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating  and Ventilation. , Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and. air-compressor plants; with a'  guarantee that the service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  I  1 THE CHAMPAGNE OF WATERS, '  The Mineral Water Incomparable���������in    ���������  the Cafe, at the Banquet, for the House.  Nature's most delightful and beneficial  bequest to.all mankind   - GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO..  FREDERIC   W. McLAINE  Mining and Real Estate Broker. Estates managed  and loans made. Local and District Agent Canadian Pacific railway lands.   Stocks and '^shares.  eiKlwn, Prince fienry and ganadian Western OH $tocK$  The1 PaGfie Hetcl  Is under "the management of Greig  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands.of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  Tke Pacific Gafe  is conducted by Howard Moore and  it is open day and night, The dining room is one of the largest in  the Boundary, and the lunch cuun-  ter is just the place to get a quick  meal. "   Copper street, Greenwood.  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. It is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  I Ernest Jo Cartler, Prop.  The people - in B. C. who  grumble if they-.should have a lawsuit'before the'courts for 20 or 30  years should remember that things  might be worse, as the following  despatch from Paris' indicates:  Paris, June 29,���������In the two villages of Luceran and Laconqua,  in. the Alpes Maritimes, yesterday  was kept as a public holiday to celebrate the end of a great lawsuit  which had kept the two villages  divided since Nov. 14, 14G2. The  question in disputo was the possession of a piece of land at Lova  which each village claimed. A  few days ago* the court at������ oSTice  definitely settled "the matter by dividing the laud- equally betweeu  the villages.  ; "The total cost of this lawsuit during the 440 years amounts to $150,-  000,-while the value of the land in  dispute was about $2,000. The  The law paper's which had accumulated were docketed in 1,854 parcels, which weighed .16 tons, and  were stored in a large disused  church.   A "Strad" Discovery  Another genuine Stradivarius  has been bought for a trifle, not in  an old continental music shop iu  the back shop of an ancient city,  but in a Water street  store, Vancouver  Rhys, of 1552 Granville street,  noticed an old violin with two  strings on it in the shop window.  The proprietor asked ������25 for it.  Mr. Von Rhys said he only had  $7 in his pocket. The dealer offered to accept that, but Mr. Von  Rhys said he wanted to keep a  couple dollars for pocket money.  The dealer let the violin for five  dollars. Mr. Von Rhys took it  home, scraped the old paint off it,  and had it re-strung. A couple of  friends who aro musicians, tried it.  One of them remarked:���������If I did  not know where you got it, I'd say  it was a Strad. A little more polishing aud a closer examination  showed that he was right in his  conjecture. "Mr. Von Rhys was at  once offered $500 for it. He refused and the offer was increased  to $1000.' If a second-hand dealer  is heard of as dropping dead after  tho reading of this issue the reason  will be known.���������Ex.  second-hand  Mr. Thos-^Von  mQG09Q69QQ99099Q09999999999Q9���������MVMQQ99Q������Q90Q9  1  PHOENIX, B.C.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot, aud is a delightful haven for tho Aveary traveler.' Great veins  or hot water'.';" run through the. entire house, and  oatlVrpoms are always at the service of those in  sea'r.ch of material cleanliness. The dining room is  an enemy.'to; dyspepsia while the artistic appointment  j of t)(e' liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  g down, like''eating fruit in a (lower garden. The  sample rooms are the largest in tho mountains and  a pleasure't.d"drummers with big trunks.  '" JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  I  i  CXSO  Canucks Over There  Dr. Bell, the telephone in venter,  James J. Hill and S. R. Galloway,  the railroad men ; President Schur-  man of Cornell, Montague Cham-  Ian, the greatest of American orni-  tholigists, are a few Canadians living in the United States, and a  score of successful novelists could  be mentioned. The Canadians in  political life are numerous. One  of them is United States Senator,  J. H. Millard, formerly of Hamilton, now the representative of Nebraska ac "Washington. He has a  collegue, Thomas K earns, of  Woodstock, Oat., who sits for  Utah. In the House of Repre-  seutotives there aro James T. Mc-  Cleary, born at Ingersoll, a member for Minnesota, Philip P. Campbell,, of Cape Breton, representing  a district in Kansas, James A  Hughes, a native of Ontario, sitting for West Virginia, and Alfred  Lucking, of Ingersoll, representing  tho First District of Michigan. The  Assistant Postmaster-General of  the United States is Edwin C.  Madden, formerly of Montreal. It  is well for tho national pride of tho  United States that the Constitution  prevents an" alien from becoming  President. Thero ia no other way  to keep some Canadian out of the  position.    _____   The Darkey's. Face Fell  An excellent story is told by  Kate Douglas Wiggin, the popular  writer. A negro servant, wishing  to got married, a������ked his master to  buy him a license in tho neighboring town.   Tho nuistor being in  a  hurry, did not ask the name of the  woman, but as he drove along he  reflected on the many tender attentions that he had seen John lavish  upon Euphemia Wilson, the cook,  and concluding there could be  no  mistake, had the license made out  in ber name.   There's your license  to marry Euphemia, he said to the  servant that   night.     You're   as  good as married already and you  only owe me two dollars.     The  darkey's face fell.    Bnt Mass' Tom,  Euphemia Wilson ain't the lady  I'se gwine to marry.     Dat wan't  nothin' ino'n a little flirtation���������  Georgiana Thompson, thela'ndress  is the one I'se   gwine   to   marry.  Oh, well,  John,   said the master,  amused and irritated at tho  same  time, there's no great harm done,  I'll get  you   another license tomorrow, but it will cost you two  dollars more, of course-   The next  morning the darkey came  out  to  the carriago as it was starting for  town,   and,    leaning   confidently,  over the wheel, said:   Mass' Tom,  you  needn't  get   me   no    udder  license; I'll use the one I'se   got.  i'se been thiukin'  it over   in   de  night, an' to   tell   you   de   troos,  Mass' Tom,  de conclusion of my  jedgmentis dat dar ain't two .dollars' diff'rence between dem two  ladies. .   Too Many Rascals  Lonoox.���������A great proportion of  the people in society are rascals; in  fact we are all more or less rascals'.  The dictum is G. B. Shaw's. It  was uttered in the course of an address to well-to-do persons on behalf of a crusade against the evils  of lead-glazing amon^ the pottery  workers. Mr. Shaw asked his  hearers if they cared whether the  plates from which they ate had  given some poor wretch paralysis  from llead poisoning, adding sarcastically, If you care you are getting on..  His faith in the real sympathy of  his hearers was evidently weak.  He proceeded to denounee the rascality of the employers of the industry.   He said:���������  Even you, good people, who  have what you facetiously call independent means, aro more or less  rascals. A great deal of the  means you enjoy is made in a 'rascally way, even those in which I  see in so many beau tiful hats and  costumes before me.  His Socialistic denunciations  boxed the compass. He dubbed  politics society's most dangerous  amusement, aud coming to Chicago's exposures, he said it was  curious to observe that not one  note of concern was uttered in behalf of the poor wretches who  tinned the meat. It was all for  the consumer and the beef itself.  divers of the Mediterranean.     It  Ml  attacks many of the best men���������  those who go down deepest and  stay longest under water���������and is  supposed to bo caused by the swift  changes from from one pressure of  water to another that tho diver  undergoes. This paralysis makes  the diver quite helpless out "of  water, yet under water it disappears altogether. To -the oyster  beds of Ceylon and the sponge fisheries of the Mediterranean ' many  of the bast divers are carried like  infants. . Helpless as logs, they lie  in a row on the decks in the sunshine till their turn comes to descend. Then in Ceylon the pearl-  diver is carried to the boat's edge.  He sits there, his hands on his  knees, as if lost in thought,���������he is  getting his breath���������and suddenly  he rolls awkwardly into the water.  And tho instant he disappears all  his agility returns to him, and as  easily as a boy would dive five feet  after a white stone he dives over a  hundred feet after the hidden  pearls.  Here Tieux  Now  postmaster-general    Lem-  ieux,  If you're anxious  for something  to dieux,  Just hustle a fieux,  '   And get our mairthrieux,  And our prayers  will be   given  for yieux.  ���������Vegreville, Alberta, Observer.  'This is an impertinent, absurd  ity ! exclaimed the high ,fiwm<_iur,  who is under investigation.  What has happened..?  .   Someone has sent mo cir.eula.rs  ���������, (. - j    ������������������'    ������������������ *     -   -  about a^system'.for cultivating   the  memory.'���������Washington Star.  &(-}������&9ro-^0������������4IHS&������<!ro^?<ro^98&������^  frr*  j he  t rathe������ a  -Hotel  0<O  Is situated  on a slight eminence,  just a block from.the busy  scenes on Baker street, and is within easy touch of everything in the city.   From its balconies can be seen nearly  aU the grand scenery that surrounds,tho beautiful  city of Nelson.     Few hotels in the great west  equal the Strathcona, and tourists from  .   every land will find within its portals  all the essentials that create pleasant memories within the  mind of those who  travel.  B. TONKINS, Manager  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Disease for Pearl Divers Only  Divers' paralysis proves homeopath v to be a. fact, says one who  has been long associated with diving in the east. Homeopathy  claims that like cures like, and  divers' paralysis goes to prove it.  The disease afilicts the pearl  divers of Ceylon   and  the sponge  COMPANY, LIMITED.  Lots now on the-market.   Prices range from 8G5.00 to 8135.00.  Terms,   one-third   down;   balance   in   six and twelve months.  in  This town is beautifully situated, 42 miles from Grand Forks, on the banks of the North  Fork of the Kettle River, and is surrounded on all sides by the largest and richest Copper j  showings iu British Columbia; namely, the McKiuley, Gloucester, Banner, Jumbo, Maple Leaf,  M S, Victoria and many others.  The Townsite streets are cleared.    The government wagon road has reached the town.'   The  j  Kettle Valley road is now rushing construction to this camp.    The Great Northern surveyors  are in the field, and it is definitely announced that sixteen miles of the road will be built this  summer.  A large hot-.il and store buildings aro now in course of erection,    A waterworks system is  | being installed.    From one to two stages leave Grand Forks daily.  For full information, address  A. ER5KINE SMITH & CO.,  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  IjegcfflHia-HiffiB"-^^  R.    ROBINSON  Is the only shoemaker in  America who obtained a  medal at the Paris Kxposi-  tion in 187S for making the  Host shoes. Hoots made to  order; Repairing neatly  executed.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  We do Job Printing occasionally. Not cheaper than yon  can get it done in the East; not neater than it can be  done in any other shop in British Columbia, but just  Everyday Job Printing at Living Rates. We want a  part of your work. If you are a go-ahead business  man you will understand the benefits to be derived from  intelligent advertising in a live newspaper.  The  IMINUIwVI.   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  'NOT'CK.  'Diamond Fi-act'oniel" Mineral Claim, situate  In tho Orotmwood Mining Division of Yale  District.   Wlioro located:   In l'rovidenco  Camp.  'PAKE NOTI0B that we, John V. MeLcort,  1   Free Minor's Ortitluato So. llnlil-iii, ami  William Diamond, Fi-eo Minor'it Ccrtlllc-nto No.  Ul)l&'ll, lntond, nixty (layn from tho dato hcrmif.  toapply to.tlio Mining Hoooidor for a  Orllll-  oatu of Improvumimt.4, for fcliu ptirpono of obtaining u Crown Mrant of tin; aliovu t-lalni,  Ami further takn notico tliat action, under  miction 117, must lin uoniniiicml lieforu thn  IriKtmnuu of Hitt'li CorMllnitt! of Improvement*.  Oil tod tbid Dtlt day of May, A. "J. lntM.  You can have your name placed on the Honor Roll pi  The Greenwood Ledge for one year for the small sum  of $2.00, or hix months will cost you Si.00. Give us the  chance to tell you weekly "How-do play cum up.'' [t  may interest you and prove profitable to usf  Phoe  Old White Front Score, Government st, Greenwood. ^  ���������.*.'-. ..  Baaaag������BB  ���������sms Greensvuc.d, B. C, Juiv 12,  i:;Ci).  'IE GRES^WOOD LEDGE  11  to  rtiw*#Mr������tr** ������* I������ #*m* iy������wiMWMi,vw������*"l tW^-TVfC-V -"Wr.W t^t.jiyiMg.iEJr+trv'W'.Hl'HTlV^  tn^r-wuw ire������wwr  ^^������/1$/Ml!>/S/$/&/������^^  :ia  wan 173  II  3 is G 9 iS <ui     w b   U1 0 ������ 4JU EL  OF  4   ^Mu  (^  "i������V  c    u    n ��������� "tzri?  With Sea Salt  T I,. I.   U\-,,-. 1  i l')i     t I  1.11 !  t SPOMfGE  EA   SAl  XiV  ' ff And All Hath yuniiries at  ;.f Druggists. WHITE BROS. Opticians.  1 &  0  we ftliinced about lit" and counted ��������� of the Great Northern,, which is  about a dozen members of tho ran- anxious to secure tonnage for its  I'riwiiioii of t!ie chun.'h who do not'roads from hero to Nortbport.  fi|iOiilc !o caeli other when they J Since the Jmnbo ceased to ship,the  iiieel. on the Htroet, or elsewhere, j Great Northern has not' hauled, a  The thought occurred to us, why ! pound of-orc from the camp, a con-  should they know each oilier there Idition of affairs which is not plcas-  wht'ii they seemingly don't know j ant for a\ railway corporation of  each oihor hero?-���������Chicago Inter'of tho known enterprise of the  Oc.pji i). ; 0 irafc Northern and its active presi  dent  J.  J.   JI111.     It  is   further  lie Relied on tiic Doctor  "While Twas ;>.   student   in   the  chinned that the plan includes  the  re-starting of the Northport smcl-  .   Placer Silver In Cobalt  Con.vr/r. ��������� So far as Cobalt is  concerned, a- new feature of tin'  , mining is the introduction of the-  hydraulic pyst-em. Tho proposition is to wash tin; sunuee e.-irtli  . off the bed rock by a stream from  . a one and a half inch mw.lo.  The experiment will lie  interesting,, as it will test the possibility of  .���������hydraulic mining for silver i:i  this  .district.     Some time ago  several  ..large nuggets  were  found  on  Li  ��������� Rose property, while it was  forced  v'upon  the  owners that' the muck  .andsoil contained much  finely  divided silver, to snob an   extent-in  . fact that a great deal of soil was  ibagged and shipped to the smelter.  <A gold-panful of muck,   on  being  washed,   would give   a-  first-class  . prospect.  v    A likely discovery was made  on  ".felle McKinlr-y  and   Darragh,   the  .Watts property, and,   last  of all,  the "Wiley property.    The  nuggv.ts  .and the free silver in the soil upon  ,obe Wiley claim  have  not as  yet  ,'oe.en traced,  so  their origin  is   a  (���������mystery, but in the  other  properties the  parent vein has been  lo-  .cated.    All this,  however,   points  .to the possibility of  a  monstrosity  .in mining, and that is a placer silver proposition.  In Wicked Spokane  In view of Prosecuting Attorney  jparnhart's affiliations with Ihe'Jow i  paloon element it is not surprising i  ..-that ho has taken no action towards I  ,-rooting cut the debasing gambling !  maud that such   an   odorous  sin  of iniquit}' bo  closed,   Prosecuting!  medical college J' had a patient, an j u-r. "With 200 or 300 tons a day  Irishman, with a broken leg. i fi-oi<i Kossland, and what custom  When tho plaster bandage was re-'on; it could receive from .Republic,  moved and a lighter one put on in : the P.onndary and other points, the  its place, I noticed that one of,the smelter could be kept, in operation  pins went in with great ditliculty ain"i \\]Q Oeat Northern- would sound I could not understand ft. A,! t'uro the haulage of ore. and coke  week afterward what was my as- iim" matte. .It looks therefore, as  tonishmunt  to   (ind  that the  piu | though tho visit of  Mr.   "Williams  ......   Uk.���������..   .....   .. ���������..   -������������������-    r would bear some  fruit.���������������������������Kossland  twice, instead of through the cloth. \ miner.  Why, Pat, said   1,   didn't   youj  A stock  of doll   go-carts   have  iu.,,,,.,, "!>.irnli<i..f "n-ivnnlv     *1)0\V tlC pill  WHS Sticking 10  VOll .' ' b  .-ViiOinev        jj,unnarij        oi<i/eni\ * ������-     ��������� i,,at- ���������,.,.;,,,-v/i ..+ q���������,wi,   c-  AfnP>.n'c.  i     rr   i    ,     ,  t    ,i:,i     ..n,.i;n,i   P..t  , liisu fti riven at binitn c\j   Aichiic s  il-m.-fa M-   ���������i"',]i;ii:iin������   lmfnro  tiw>!     loot: sure 1   did,   replied 1 at, IJ        .  Ilau.-.t.-, In.-,   a..liialions   Uetotc tlic ,,.'���������.',".,������������������. Tell tins to the children.  eyes of the voting public,   and   the  bllfc -[ tliotifjlit- yon knew your bum-. .      i������..������������������1.1: :n   ���������i i        ness. so .1. held niv tonii'ue.���������Boston'    fn.,��������� T m ��������� .......    '  Republican party will stand con  victcd of encouraging lawlessness  if it places the seal of approval  upon his pitiful weakness and nis  manifest servility to the interests  that originally placed him in office  and now endeavor to keep him  there to servo their iniquitous  ends.���������Outburst.  ness. so .1. held my tongue.  .Herald.  |  Tlic Rossland Mines !  The visit of "William " Volen ;  Williams, of Spokane, consulting j  engineer of the Granby, during the  week and the inspection of tbeCal-j  ifornia, Southern- JSelle. Jlascot!  and other properties excited con-:  sidorable interest in the, camp. !  The interest was centred  more on;  Tim Lkdc.k 82 a year,  Different from Bradcr  Near Viuevard,   N.   J.,   there.  r who brewed i *ne California than any other claim.  ' Now that large shoots of ore have  been found west of the "Josic dike  in the territory owned by the Le  Koi and Lo Koi Two, it is thought  to be reasonably certain that, these  shoots run into the California.,  which lies west of the Annie, the  latter being owned by the Le Hoi  Two Mining company. Mr.  Williams put iu about three or  four days  in  tho  examination   of-  ^  fil  001  TPWTftR-  IfottOiuhi  m.  n nr  i  hole run in  open defiance  of the  ������������������,       ���������   ,    ..,   ., ,. ,    ,    iniug!���������Lippincott s .Magazine.  Jaw, and wills its sanction,   at  thej      ������ ������2 z.  jWarwick     saloon.       This   place. | Editor Goes to Church  ���������serves no good purpose, has ruined  lives a German farme  his own   beer,   the  superiority  of  which be was continually proclaiming, f,hough no  other  person  ever  enjoyed an opportunity  of  testing  jits   merits.      A   young   neighbor  , made a wager that he could trick  the f.irmer into giving him a taste  of the much vaunted drink.     The  youth visited the Gernn-n one.Hun-! L v,u    -"-""n     ���������e���������.,  ^  day afternoon,  and  the conversation was deftly steered  around  to, ,  homc-browed    beer.       The young! Properties  there.      lb  was statol ;  man boasted that his father browed jtliat llfc Wits Ul01������  "-'  fcliu Intcrust |  beer that could   not   be   equalled, i -"   i  Tho farmer   at   once vehemently;- _,k     ���������  ordered up a mug of bis own   i'av-1   %   $*lS'&kJ  orito brew.    Vvh.;-n it appeared thej  German raised it to  his lips,   and;  the other hand  pressing his   stom- ���������  ach,   drank   every   drop   without i  taking breath.    Then, holding the 1  empty   mug   to   the  disappointed ��������� pRfDA-y  young fellow, he said gravely:  You say your fadder's iieer is  so  better as mine.    Joosfc schmell dot i    J'^t Martin, Hie tniveling picture cx-  Dl-:i1l".- in  Windows, Do?rs,  Turned Worlr and  Inside Finish.  5IIIN"CrLI������;S, lUUGK, KTC.  MANITOBA  Wood Fibre' Plaster  J  IN GREENWOOD       j  and   Saturday:  JULY 20 and 21  , p-ji-t,   will   pre.-iL-nL   'I*riaco   before   .-.nil j  ! after  the  vu:ik;i in   '.r.oviistj pictures���������:', j  &f.O I  ill  I be-LiiL' '"iii  ixiiiuriii'.ic view  of'Frisco be-'      ,, , r,       .,        ,,, ,,������  UL.U11...H i������^-"-"- ; to the nearest iMirnitnrebtoic.  YVe  j fora tl'.e quake, showinj;  l.'nion  sciuare  .    A Central Kansas   editor   says: j ���������"- "- 'ir"^; "7"VCiJ'r." wo"c-,n ! are closing out our new Hue of fur  ., ,,     , ,',,-.,      i   i    i        i <��������� erowik-awir.il people, 1 e.l.icc  HOlC, l.iu ������  .more young men than all  the sal- j \\ e attended cnurch some time ago I In.iuli,]g]   i>.ll)tist  c-.uuc\it ciiii* house,  niturc at reduced prices Fur Cash  oons and brothels of the city  com- j and listened to a very good sermon.'  as .sermons go.      V,'e   enjoyed   the  singing, and   stood Nup   with   the  Tbe'Hanter-Kendrick Co,  greenwood:  Arc the Sole Agents in this district (bi  NOBEL'S" GELIGNITE  In South Africa yoir will probably not find a K. C. C. cigar,  while in the Boundary they may  be. seen upon every side.  Gaunce & .Wiekwire  ���������THE  R"  OFFSR FOR SALE *  The Armstrong Holol at" sacrifice  prices.  House and two lots in Anaconda  at a bargain.  E:W. WIDDOWSON  CHEMIST AND'ASSAYBR.  '       tl.nio Absnycr Xelson Smsltuio  Gold Silver or Lead, cacii $i oo  Conner ;. ^1.50    Gold-Silver; $i 50  Charges for other tnctnU oti application.  BAKOR ST , NELSON.  I', 0. Drawer, 110S. 1'hone, A67  -'���������nt-n.inr'.Lj-trtmtmLiXirs  .bined, and is the place for tipsters,  bunco-steerers   and    card-sharps  ���������In the interest of Spokane's youth. ! brethren and   sisters   while   they  of decency, of civic honor and of i sang the gond ohl hymn, "Shall  ,right it should be closed forthwith, i We know Each Other There?''  .By his refusal to act upon the  de-i While the  hymn  was  being sung  figures.      We   can   furnish   your  home all the  way.    House goods  <Z2P-  theatres, etc, pictures showing 25 scpiar-:  miles   of  the   buriiril   district with ill  prominent   places    carefully    indicated  These  pictures are   genuine,  authentic .  Up-lo date illustrated songs.   An entire   ������>' anything tor rent  change   of programme  Saturday  night.  F.veryone goes lo hear the songs and see j and 2nd Hand Store.  the beautiful pictures. ; ^  ��������� ���������|A.L "  j  VAIIT IV  "ITATBK CLAUSKS   OONSOL1 UATIOS  act, isar."  \THEKEAS the Greenwooil Oily Water  \) works Company lms appllod. nndor tliu  provi-'loiis of the ' Water ClitujiCS Uoiiso!i(l;iii'>n  Art, IHUi," and An einlincnl Acts lor u i-cnili-  .-ntt' in pur-iiiiiiii'cof ill-! provisions of wietiims  sr,.sfiiunl ti. iouiiuIjIu tlie Coni|Kiny to proceed  ������itli ils |u-,.po-eil unrlurt.ikimrul tlie eonstriic  tpjii of .1 hyilro olectrie power plan; on lioun-  (1-fi-vCrteU lielow and ni-iii- lloiinil.n-y l-'ulls. in  tlio'lli-triet of Vale. Iliitinli Uolumlii,-.. for tlie  purpuMJ of dovelopiiiB a fsipply- of vluciriu  power for llfrluimraiid power pnnftses ; ami  Whereas tin; Company has filed with the  Clerk of the iixeentivc Oon..t-il the ilocuineiits  n-ipiircflliv section S."inf !li>!Snul Act;  Tills is to c-ert.ify that the uiKlerlakiiiK .is sub  lniuxl has been ajiprowd by the i.ieiitonaiit-  (li.vernoi-in L'ouiieil, anil tliat the same is us  follows;��������� '  1. To eon.'tiuc-fc tlin necessary works and  Imildimts on a pan-i.-l of land known as Subdivision Lot 1. of Lot Sil, in Group 1. Osoyoos  UIvHluii of Vulu Uistriet, as shown Iiy the plan  on lilewlth-the Clerk of Hie Kxeeutivc Council  and marked 'A" for indentlticaliciii. for the lie  v, loliiiu-ntof power bv (lie use of two thousand  (i.iwi)) miners inches of water, which has been  Tin: ited    Front  and O I C Xow'idnly iwoi-Jp-l. to   1>������  Ukun   from   Uonndai-y  Uivu'n- at a ihjIiu appn-xlmateiy XOfeet above the  Goods   marked    in    hirge,   pbiin  o  ..1  Mm  ill i   H'  IklWMlAIMU  fiSi-CANAQIAN  PAOIFIORY.  ������!WINNIPEG*1  EXHIBITION  RATES  are too busy to change  thing at  ywc we nave every  ig'iit Prices in  -O'  b  lie  ������������arrs  & ul ware,  Grocer11  =���������8  Ui  C,j  t  Call   and  y lTirnisninK,&  ���������2i  "3  n  J-t/'  *our  lines.  Vra-, V>  C1  0<  5?  m  ^S; | From   Cranb.rook,   B.   C.  ^        .!$20.85  ROUND TRIP  On wile July 2oth to 27th, good to re-  turn until August 2nd.  NEXT SELLING DATES  EASTERN EXCURSION RATES  Atigust 7, 8,9; Sept, H, 10; St. Paul,  Chicago, Ontario, Quelwe,. Maritime  rrovinccs. I  I-'or rales, berth reservations and dt-  taiied information, apply to local agent  or wile  .1. ������. OAllTKi:,  I). V. A., Nolsoii,  I-.'. J, Vi)\ l,K, A. <!. I'. A. Vancouver  Groceries, Uarflwarc, Clol.hiii"' anil-Gents'* Funiisliings.  .USSELkLAW-^iAULFIELD <G0.  ������tMiviUi������i/*niarjninvaiMMinii  KASLO i HOTEL  KASLO, a 0.  J11 u ooiiifortiible home for all  who travel to Unit.city.-  COCIvLIO fir, rAI'WOirTTI,  Kalli. and to I.e. reiuri-c-.l   at a point nliulit liMO  fi:Cl below the point of nlvursiun.   It is proposed,  andtlic Orcenwood City  Water Works Com-  par.yare lierebv pi'i-mitied. to i-on.-ttruut a dam  al tin! point nf'illvi-rsinii winch will  lasso the  i level of tliu water :i.'i fcut    Kroin tla-Haid dam. a  ' lliirtv-incb supply pipe will be constructed, ex-  I tendliif,' iiboul 1'ifti.en hundred feet to the power  I plant.   Tho sai.l Uomp.inv also |iro(io?n to  construct 11 storayo dam at. tliu ou'let of Lou;.' Lake,  distaul'about cbjlit iniJcs' noitli of the Oity of  Green wood, in order to pave or economize the  water* of mi 1(1 Inkrt, ami to releiiai! water tlierc-  froni ns desired ilurltiK tho periods of low water,  wiih tlioobliel ef maiiitiinintr a unifotni (low  of wat-r in Itumiiliiry Or.-i'k.  x. 'Llie L'Pni.|-ntin.,' plant to be Installed within  the preserlbd period will consist of one s������������0  horse-power water wheel and one If/) Kil>watt  KiivoIvIiik field Ouiicralor, 3 phase, 00 cycle;,  ������.iai() volts. '       ��������� -     '.   .  ;i. j\I the Kt'tieraled pr-ssure the current will  In; transmitted to On'enwo d. Midway or other  pilots In the pP'Si rihfil iin-it, aid there trans  lei-red tomiilaljlu voltafje for commercial d-strl-  ���������I.' Andlliljilsriti-llicrtocertif' that llio estl-  niiitnd c.i-l nf cuiL-lruction of III; described  plant Is llilrtv tlionsand dollars (;.W,(H������'). The  thin- within which Hits works are to lie in o;.ora-  ll'in Is wiihln one yiiiir from Ihe <latu licreot.  .',. 'J'lin area within wlilcli t.ie corporate  pow. is of the Uom any with respect lo the said  iiuili.i'tiixiiiurniid works 111 -u ti b-.- cxeii-lscd Is  limited to tluit por.lini of the District of-"\ ulc  oinbntced wiihln a circle linvltii;ii i.-uliiwor leu  miles, Hh-.ruvf the City or Uroenwoud  is  the  11!   Ami litis is further lo cortifv Ihitt-llin Com-  niiiiy   shall    i-claln.    Iiavr,   hold    nud    may  exercise   s ch   rlitlit*. powers, prlvilcr:      'I  pl-iiiillle.i. IihjIiuIiiw tho takliiK M'll ex|  llnitofm-ei'ssiirvliii.tN ���������������* irmy l������ iv(|iiif  the proper ciirrviiiK nut nud coiitplctlon  uiiiicitaklnk-iifoie.-.nl(l; ami ih'.s ci-rlillcato  he coiisldercl as supplcinuntiiry lo hut 11011  deioL-atlon of nity extntinu- riirhts, tiuwors. pi  li-K.-s or prlorlll.fl now held by tlie C-inpaiiy.  JJated this liilliday of ,1 line,A. II. IWiij.  FWKI)'l<.I.KUf-TOM  Clerk of Ihe Kxoeullvc Council.  MISK11AI, AOr ;  Certificate of Improvements  NO TiCK  "Hope   No. a" Mineral Claim, situate in tin?  (Irrc.nvood Mlnhifr Division of- Vain Ois-  Irlot.   Where located:   In  Hkylaik ,-Catnp  ndjolnlnir'tlie Silver ICIiik Mineral Claim.  TAKI-J NO'nCK.tlmt I. Holiert. IIoiiIkiiii, If roe  1 Miner's (.'cill'.iciit.) No. IDIUI, Intend, nl.xty  ihiyn fromdiito luivi.f, lo apply lo the Minim:  Itecordci- for a Cerllllrntu of Improvements, for  lliepiii'l'oseoroblaliilut'a Crown Grant of the  uh ivi! claim.  -Anil further Inliu notice that fiction,  under  rt'iiloii   JIT, inti.������t  -hi'  (���������iitiiinoni'iiil  befori!   tne  Ihsuiince of such Ccrtlllcalcof fuiin-ovi'inniiH.  OiUi,d iubm.li day of,lime, A. 1). 1IKW.B  /f=  ". The Soap That Soothes."  An Ideal Hot' Weather Soap-  Violet.Witch Hazel and Violet Witch  .Hazel with Ammonia".   Made by us' to  KEEP  YOU   COOL  nnwniiwrt mintii  HWIWillW mm til IIIII M Ml II!���������������������������!!MM IIII IWI I   ���������IIKII  THOMAS DRUG CO.  ^=  LIMITED.  J  BEALEYIME8TTMENT AUD TRUST CO., LTD.  3  Houses and rooms to rent.    AI30 a well furnished burbcr shop  on Copper street  MINING ST06KS, REAL ESTATE AND. INSURANGE  aREBNWOOD,   B.   C. '  i  '���������:H  ;'J  ���������Mi  If so get your Fishing- JOnt/it of  Rods, Keels, Lines, Flics, Landing-  Nets, Leaders, Fly Jiooks, Etc., at  at lowest prices from  COLES & FRITH  .Booksellers, Stationers, Wall Paper  Dealers, Etc. ������������������'���������''   ������������������  ��������� '' Greenwood, B. C.  ^   Telephone 33.  VI


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