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 ���������.'-v.'*'-' ������������������"-.. -v-ri^"f.'^<r"K^:^;^^i  ���������^  '. * 'Fir  'I ',"���������'������������������-i  1      7 -''j"'A'  Vol.   XIV.  <  We have just received" a carload of Purity'Flour, for  which ^eare sole agents here.       -. "  Russell-Law-Cauifleld; Co., Ltd.  ���������' I   ''" "     r  ��������� Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.    "  As   its'name implies, Purity Flour,  is  absolutely  prue and ihe best" Flour oh the Market.'  '-���������.'���������',.;  ,-. i  11, >  ���������t"')  \  GREEN VTOOD, B. C, THUESDAf, JULY 2,  Passing Throng i  msBZ  John  i<ane. -  Barclay is now "located  in Spo-  W. C. Thomas  this week.  will  be in Gieenwood  The Hotel National has been painted a  deep green.  resumed opeia-  from   East  THE CANADIAN^ BANK  Let Us Make You a  ; Summer Suit.  Son-ietliini! that will be cool.  liK'lit and as si nan lookiii"' as you  pleaHfi���������  Homespuns, for instance!  They are light and airy, and  when made up, this material cnn.  htituti's.the total .summer dothing  ' rfyou liiiveJiK-verworn Halifax  l-lomespiiii, went* it this aiunincr.  Come   in   and   look   over our  beautiful   rango of" lightweight  materials and let us make you a  suit, which will surely keep von  cool this snminer.  visiting  The chicken thief has  tions in the city.  C. V.   Semerad   relurnci  Kooteuay last week.  Mrs*. A. O. Davis of Wcstlcy is  friends in thc city.  Thos.-McAulav of Danville, Wash., is  over for thc celobialion.  There aro about twciilv-five families  living at the "Mother Lode.  Greenwood won a ball frame in "Phoenix  last Sunday by a.score of r2 to m.  The Greenwood band gave tbejr first  open air concert this season Thursday  evening.  c  T.awiciico Treliorne'loft last week on a  visit to Boston. I re will be gone about  si\- months.  Tiaiimien  The Celebration.   ,  The celebration now in progfess promises to be one of tlie most successful over  held hi nreenwdod.- Th ; trains from  Grand Forks and Phoenix hroinrht in  about three hundred people, and another hundred came ou the special from  Midway. The Oroville baseball lonin  came in on an automobile, as alsodid a  party from Grand Forks.  The parade started promptly at o -jo  with Tas/Cameion, thc marshal! in the  lead,-followed by the mayor aud aldermen. The fire team came next. Then  the Russell-Law-Caul field company's,  float, hauled by four white horses The  float represented a modern kitchen  winch   biscuits   wcie  being   made   .-  die of June.  The road,   which   will   be completed  wi Inn   three   monihs, will be fourteen  miles in length, connecting, with the Canadian Pacific at McGillivray.a station  four miles east of Michel, and extending  south through the mountain canyons  where the mn*-; openings will be made '  Ihe sections penetrated by the road are  said, to couUim more extensive coal  coal measures than any equal area in the  Crow s Nest country, which as a coal-  producing field is a prospective rival of  Pennsylvania.  '���������I ,  .'< Il  ��������� in  iiid  HEAD   OI-TICI*. TORONTO  i.stajiusiii:d 1807  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  not drug  's. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund, -  [0,000,000  5,000,000  Branches throughout Canada; and in'jhe United-States and England  COUNTRY BUSINESS  banking:-business. - Sales notes will be cashed ortakenTor'cbl'lect  BANKING BY MAIL  this way with equal facility.   -  J. T. BEATTIE; Manager Greenwood Branch  Every facility a/Tbrciecl to farmers and  others for the transaction of their  ion. >  Accounts may be opened by mail, and  monies deposited or withdrawn in  -    *       * '������������������       '      iif,  W. WIDDOWSON  ASSAYKK A NO CriJKMTST.  CHARGE*?:  GolJ. Silver, Copper or Lead, eucli     >��������� m  Gold-Silver or Silver r.e-id  [ -J,  Gold-Silver, with Copper or Lead.." ���������> 50  Careful" sampling ; accurate assaying; prompt returns. 3J7 Bakei  street, Nelson, B. C.  THE BANK OF  Assets over $50,000,000.      ' .' *  A strong,- reliable British Bank."' "  A Savings Account, added to regular-iy, _ and constantly  earning Interest, is the wise man's provision for the  future. -It enables him to take advantage of business  opportunities, or meet reverses. *  A. deposit of $1.00 or upwards starts an account at  any of our Branches.  Interest is credited half-yearly.  ���������    Money may be withdrawn at any time.  H. F. STOW, MANAGER  GREENWOOD BRANCH..'  Frederic W. TcLaine  Mining and Heal Est- 'e Broker.  Estates Managed aad Lo^ns Made.  Local aud District Land Agent Canadian Pacific Railway. Slooks and  Shares a Special fey. Groen wood, B.C.  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at $10, $32 anrtW)  -Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. O  ,'iro <.<-erec on  Uk: C. 1\ R  and some crows tlic**e days are  ged with sleep.  Pliil McDonald is in Prince Rup������rt  wailiinr for a chance to locale some mining machinery.  On Saturday night frost * touched the  potato tops in Greenwood. ' No damage  was done lo the wheat.  The record time hetween Phoenix .ind  (���������Jreenwood was made last week by Me-  Elroy'.s stage.   The time was ro minutes'.  Ed. Rowland intended entering Keno  for the harness race, but the animal went  wrom/ on the off" hind foot and had to be  pulled.  Tas. C. Dale will return to Carmi on  Saturday. After fishing for a week he  will finish his new house and clean up  some land.  The provincial trovrnmenr will iep1ace  the old Tngrim bridge with a new one  this season. Jns. AVilmshurst will have  charge of the work.  Although the smelter was' shut down  for sk- months not a failure occurred  amongst the business men of Boundary  Falls.    Hurrah foi the Falls I  baked  Next came Ihe Greenwood T,imior Co  with a float displaying tlie wet groceries  which the company carrv to tickle the  palate and relieve the distressed  Evans, the painter, came next with a  tieat float, on which workmen were doing  the ordinary painter and decorator's  work.  The Boys' Brigade came next.  Archibald the mason and plasterer followed with a float representing his call-  Next came the prettiest float of the  parade, .that of Buhar & McKay, representing a Mavpole. *        '  Then came White Bios, the Steam  Lau.id.y and A. T,. White, followed bv  the (neenwood Conceit band with j6  players.  After' the parade, about fifty of tlie  school girls sang the " Maple Leaf," accompanied by the band.  The   pri/.es  awarded  were :  Western Float  -3������������������e������o������t*ffla@������e������eae8<B^8^  Japanese honeysuckles are being grown  at the nursery in Penlicton. .  Kaslo bankers must have their trials/  for the local paper says that' taking one"  thing with another the  banker's  lot'is  not a happy one. -*-,  E. Mobbs has struck a fine showin" of  galena at Poplar creek.  ���������'>'   rt  June School Report.  DIVISION  I--J.  I,.'WATSON.  Pupils nctu'illv attending ir  P"J'*'^ ,Pr,eseiVr "-very session :   "Bertha,'    T'*,e P������*Jce broke up a  for   the  -Tas.  Regular monthly mootinffs of  Greenwood lodge No   28, A. V.  & A. M., are held on  the first  Thursday in each month in "fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  street, Greenwood.   Visiting- brethren  aro cordially invited to attend.  JAS, S. BIltNij!-, Socrrhiry,  The Windsor hole! bar is now fanned  bvelectiicitv. making it impossible for  the flies to obtain a foothold upon Doc  or Charley.  Now tliat the smeller has been blown  in and cars will be constantly moved  across the wagon road al Boundary Falls  the long piomkod load should be built  bv the C P. R. Tt is the most dangerous  piece of toad in the distiict..  The Kmaline in RiveiMriY camp -is  showing up well with development. The  ledge is between 5 and 6 feet wide of  galena. The tunnel has been run about j  a liundicd feet and an upraise fiom it.  There are about a thousand tons of ore |  blocked out,  parade  Best representative business turnout���������  Russell Law-Cau'/feld Co.  Best decorated float���������Bubar &"*McKa-*\  Best comic turnout���������A. L. White  Best decorated   horse and ridei  Cameron. 1  Best decorated bicicle and rider���������Fred  Hall.  The results of the athletic sportc were  as follows :  Boys' Race���������Howard Butler, 2nd Mike  O'Connor.  Ioo-yard dash���������Jones, 2nd Brtiette.  220-vards���������Jones, 2nd Stendal.  Girls' Race-Cissy Hart, 2nd Katie  Mathesou.  Putting the shot���������McGillivrav, 2nd  Prescott. '  Running long jump���������Jost, 2nd McKay  Running high   Jump-Jost,  5ml   McKay.  Two baseball games were played yesterday. Oroville won from Phoenix bv  a score of ti to 5, and Danville from  Orient by ro to 3 in the best ball ever  plaved in Greenwood.  I In the football match Greenwood won  from Phoeniv bv 4 goals to o.  Three teams entered for the hub-and-  hub tace. Grand Forks winning with  Gieenwood second and Phoenix third,  all .crossing the tape in a bunch, not  more than four feet between the first and  the last hub.  r-n t]iewet_teet ^Greenwood won in 25  seconds, Grand Fork's making it in 26.  Smith, Go'rdon Smith.  DIVISION  II���������J M.  MACKKNZIR  Pupils' actually attending'. 33  AVer-lire daily attendance..' og 77  1 ercentaffe of reffiilaritv,. " -87 17  Pupils "present every' session -"Ernest  Anderson, Henry Anderson, Thelnia  Chambers, -Maudie Eales, Mildred Hancock, Ha/.el Redpath, Robert  Worthington Fair.  DIVISION III���������c. M.  MARTIN.  Pupils actually attending-  31.  Smith,  It is said that the K. & S. railway will  cut out Sandon and  only run as far as  re.  The police broke up a Black Hand  society in Ferine and arrested ten members. It is .tiniored that the gang had  Ithreatened'the lives of Tom Whelan,  Philip Carosella and Al Rimito, all well-  known citizens of the coal city.  Forest fires broke out last week at  Ferine. It is a wet day when something  is not burning in or around Fernie.  men killed  mines near  During 1907 there were 4r  or injured in the Coal Creek  Fernie.  Average.  I>  daily  27 05  The Dominion Copper.  W.F.M.  }  Just Received a Nice Assortment* of Ladies'  LislleJL^c^        Silk Gloves  Regular and Elbow Length in All Shades.  Call and see them.  Dry Goods. RENDELL & CO."-Boots and Shoes  Greenwood Miner  Union, No. 22, W.  Qof������������������,, .       F M., mppts every  Saturday��������� evening- in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7:30  Also in hall at  Motli  lhnrsday evenings at 7-  R* A. MATHEISON,'Secretary  Lode  mme  '. S. BAKER  ��������� Provincial Assayer and Oi e  - Shippers' Agent. Correspondence solicited. Samples  recefve prompt attention.  ^0. BOX   123.   GREENWOOD,   U.   C.  The Ledge last week had a serious loss.  There    straved    from    this   office   one  dog, principally while,  with occasional  yellow spots.    Ts said to be part fox ter-  lerrier��������� the balance  we know is dog���������  with all a dog's loves and antipathies,  the latter largely predominating.    Is extremely fond of children, fighting, Chinks  and cats.   Has been  known  to stay up  nights for -a week to be present at the  obsequies of a  feline vocalist.   Answers  to   the   name   of Pete.   Peter,   or  any  oprobrious epithet.   Will fasten on a pair  of overalls,   wherever   found,   whether  there is a mau  inside of them or not.  Was given to us by an alleged  friend, of  whose sincerity we  have since had very  grave  doubts.'   The finder will kindl'v  keep Peter  at his own   expense   until  called for.   Our blessing goes with the  dog.    A Powder Graft.  !itteti(lanco  erre-nfaira of regularity.... *������ 87 "0  Pupils present every session : Leo Bar-  nett, Edward Crowley, Arthur Eales,  Tiileen Jakes, Anna Macken/.ie, Roy May  John .McArthur, Grace Redpath, Vera  Redpath, Wencel Semerad, Bina Smith,  Dick laylor, lorn Taylor, Jack Wilson.  PROMOTION LIST.  Names in alphabetical order  Form I to II Primer���������Celia Mcintosh.  Bina Smith.  From II Primer to I Reader���������Edward  Cowles, Jessie Davidson, Reggie "XIcKcr-  nan,  Daniel  HIcKee,  Bert Oliver   Tack  Wilson, "Margie Williams.  ..m1^01" Lto lr Reader���������Lena Archibald,  1 helma Chambers, Georgie Eales, Harold ,  Hunter,  Eileen Jakes, Judith  Johnson    are "eeded  Earl Johnson, Roy May, Katie Matheson'  Jessie   McDonald,    Donald   McAllister  Anna   McKenzie,  James Oliver,   Grace  Redpath, Dick Taylcr.  From II to III Reader���������Henry Anderson. Jean Crawford, Maudie Eales, Worthington Fair, Annie Johnson, Charlie Mc-  Arlhur, Georgie McDonald. Lallie Shaw  Norman Shaw, Ward Storer, Winnie  Skelton.  From III to IV Reader���������Ernest Anderson, Hany Archibald, Mildred Hancock  Maggie Johnson, Alice   Mason,   Eileen  Oliver,* Hazel Redpath.  The education department sends three  Rolls of Honor to be given at the close of  the term to the pupils holding the highest rank in Deportment, Punctuality and  regularity, and pioficiency. The winners of these rolls of honor are :  Division I���������Deportment, Willie Smith*  Punctuality and Regularity, George Red-  path ; Proficiency, to be given to the  pupil making the highest marks in the  liigli.school entrance examination.  Division II���������Deportment, Ilaasl Red-  path ; Punctualityaud Regularity, Henry  ** "'���������'"���������-*"��������� ���������     Proficiency,     Worthington  Julius Hurel says that he will  three-story hotel in Hosmer.  build ;  _  The Bank of Montreal is the first bank  111 Hosmei.  Movie has a boom in prospecting, sev-  eial claims having been staked upon the  borders of.the upper lake.  Trail has had to reorganize its fire department.  Jim Bowes has sixty rooms in his hotel  at Kelowna and 74 beds.  Joe Saulter is still finding mineral near  Vancouver. Joe is sensible in locating  claims near a large city.  There are 500 men at work now on the  G. 1. P. out of Prince Rupert and more  A $40,000 hotel is to be built at Pentic-  ton. It will be managed by Rogers &  Whitney.  Several   tourists  Ainsworth:  are  camping  out at  MINE1SAT,   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIUE.  001 Wnh,  Mi"0���������,C,,,i'n*   "������"ato In Cr 00.1*00,1  Minlnif  Division   o' Y.ile DNInVt.   \vi���������.ro  lociKu, : in Do.ulwoo<] Camp, u.ljo ninV I e  "Eme1.1klMi1iprnlCl.1lm. ^ '"L  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Sydney M Johnson  ���������"���������.'���������"���������"���������T  w -a������cnt   for- FAmon   Co if r   Fr"e'  )llnef,������ t-ertiHeato No. Bn.10.S->. intpTid "Ktv ih^  iwruer 101- a Ocrril.cnte of IintimvciiiBnlti  fnr I im  sopVli M7';t.h,0,'.T,"1'0 nolico ������'"t' "nelion; "iini'cr  section .17.11111st Im cominpneed-lipfiiro the {"mi.  ni.co of .si.t;h C.-rtiKcit.' of [in,, -0 -e , .M.ri  Dated this 21th day of June. A. I) "nos  SYDNEY M  JOHNSON*.  . Open day and night in tho Windsor Hotel. Feeding people is like any other business, it requires experience. We  have the experience, you have the monej-. Wo know how  to prepare and serve meals, you have.the palate to appreciate good food well cooked. . Try the partnership.  It may prove beneficial to both of us.    We aim to please.  Boward moor*, Proprietor.   4  l MORTGAGE SALE.  l/niler urn! l,y virtue of Iho pon-.Ts eont.iliul  In n oerlaln Morl^np. which will .1... prut/iUM. i  at U10 t-mu of Hnlo. thero will l)(J ,���������rered fnrni.Io  by(l'til.lie Auction at the Court ���������Kotiw In t.'i ���������  -r,/.',. rm',"',00'1- "r1"*'11 Olumlili*,, on  ruesdny the th day of Aiiitiut, liKw.nt tho hour  of || o 0I00U In the forenoon. All and Slji/ruhir  those       Slji/f  cerium parcel* or tracts of land an.l  piernl,o.i situate, ljr|���������B and hei,,������ |,i the Tow,, of  Midway, In the. Province of IlrltMi ColtuuhlM,  "J0���������,*ln,rt.lo"l'irly l<"owii mill Ueserihuil as Lots  HI (Sl.itecn) and  17 (Soventccn)  Iu   niock .|-  GREENWOOD  DealeV in  Contractor for Ties, Poles and Fence Posts.  Heavy Teaming and Dray ing  Phone 85.  IteKlstry OfUeo In the. City of Karnloo|.s and  here 11 niiinhorcd .1 (three) ,wlth the store- an.l  millilliiK*) tlieru-iu.  Dated at Midway, II. U., the mm day of .linif  ������S.    .:..,'���������.      C. ,������. I.E(I0AT  ,  ���������.;'���������:���������:���������,'      Sollidtoi-foi-MoftKajreu,  ,    Wcwhoii Kluck, Midway, II. f.  l-oi ternii) mid conditions of aale, apidy t��������� ||���������.  HortKiigue-H Solicitor. ���������  10OS,  . nllNRKAI. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Holimur-iiiK. Ilalzac, Cliii|,eroin,, IconiH-lnsi anil  luck MliiuralCliiliiw.Hitiiule In the (lr   Wood Minium Ulvlslou of Tale UUtrlet  \V here located : In llooiiieranj; (Jihhi., VVe.-li  I'.irkof Ketllo Hlvor,  Accoiding to the Calgary Eye-Opener  theie seems to be somewliat of a graft  about the powder used on the construction of the transcontinental railroad between Thunder Bay and Ketiora. The  Eye-Opeuer says:  "A Chicago powder company furnishes  practically every dollar's worth of explosives used on this work and when it is  understood that some blasts, single holes,  used up a thousand dollars' worth of dy-  nainite,,you can bet your life that it is a  sweet and irresistabfe gratt. The highest price is being paid for second and  third class explosives. Powder that has  been condemned by railway contractors  on the other side 'is being unloaded in  come, mysterious way on the work along  Hie line of the National Transcontinental.  That accounts for the way workmen are  being killed below Kciiora at present.  The McArthur people killed over one  hundred laot year and crippled twice as  many. In one place they killed a bunch  of seven, and only two weeks ago 111  Chambers.' camp nine were killed outright. In every case experienced powder  workers admit that they are unable to  account for these fatalties unless it is due  to inferior dynamite.  "Who made thisexclusive contract with  the Chicago dynamite manufacturers?  In that item alone there is a story that  will show graft rampant. The .stun" is  ordered iu advance for the contractors by  tons. One firm last winter below Kenora  used forty thousand dollars' worth of  powder a month. This shows the size of  the graft.  " See what a different story will be told  ou the Ii. C. contracts of the G. T.T.  It will be different, for, the contractors  buy their "dynamite, where they will and  they know they can't get powder men to |  handle work where thev are killing too  large a percentage of workmen. Hes~ides,  the good old f.abor purty in Ii. C. looks  I    The Dominion   Copper   Co.   resumed  ������������������york at its mines last week.   There are  sixty men at the Rawhide* and twentv  each at the "Brooklyn and Sunset.   Fiftv  more men will be put to work within a  month. _ A few men are working at the |  Mountain   Rose   taking out ore   under  contract.*  At the Phoenix mines Chas.  Rundberg is superintendent, while R. H.  Ilewar acts in  that capacity at the Sunset.   Iu a few days ten men will be put  to work at the Athelstan.   A tram is- to  be put in between the Idaho and Brooklyn   mines.     When in   operation   this  tram  will effect a saving of 15 cents a  ton upon shipments of the Idaho ore and  enable them to procure a better railway  service via the C. P. R. than thev have  had from the Great Northern.  The big 750-ton  furnace of the smelter  at Boundary Falls was blown in without  a hitch on Sunday afternoon and is treating 600 tons of ore daily.   A better track  system is to be put in within a month to  the two  smaller   furnaces,   which   will j  enable the company to feed them at a re-  duction in expense of J 1,000 a month.  By August all the furnaces will be iu  operation  and   then   the  smelter  will  handle about 1200 tons of ore daily.   To  day fifty men are employed at the smelter.  When in full operation 12*; men will be  employed, while  150 will' find employment in the mines.   The wages paid at  the smelter are the same as those paid in  Greenwood, with a few slight alterations  owing to conditions.   There is enough of  ore and coke Co last two weeks at the  smeller and fresh ore commenced arriving from the  Brooklyn and Sunset ou  Tuesday.   The C. V. R. statesth.it within  a week   there will be no fear of coke  being delayed in transmission.  P. F. Roosa is the new manager of the  smelter, vice W. C. Thomas, who will  superintend a mine in Utah. J M. Car-  while is general foreman, and II. W.  Newton, formerly at the IMarysville  smelter, has charge of the assaying department. Payday at the smelter wilt be  on the 5th of each month. At the mines  it will be on the 10th. Messrs. Johnson  and Melville will return to the Boundary  next week and remain for some time.  Anderson  Fair.  ��������� T1W0.,!hiilLs are   working at the  Blue  Bell mill on Kootenay lake.  History repeats itself The w.voii  road between Kaslo and Sandon may  again be put in commission.  After being shut down for two years  the Bullion mine at Olalla resumed operations last week Six men are employed  with L. M. Lyon as foreman.  Harry Bahrs, says the Trumpet, is in  Keiemeos, making arrangements to commence work for the Gladstone Power and  Tunnel company. A power plant is to  be built at Susap falls. In addition -to  furnishing electrical force lo the Gladstone mine, it is the intention of the  company to furnish the whole of-the  lower vallev, including Keiemeos, with  ''juice" for light and power?"  Division III���������Deportment, Daniel Mc-  Kee, Punctuality aud Regularity, Jadith  Johnson; Proficiency, Eileen Jakes.  The Queen Charfottes.  Quite a number of Kooteuav and Boundary men are iuteiested iu Copper on the  Queen Charlotte islands. At Collison  Bay Joe Adams and J. ^Carlisle are developing some copper prospects.  The last shipments from the Jap mine  at Ikeda bay have recouped the company  for its outlay. Joe Mack is superintendent of the mine.  Some good copper ore has been recently found at Tasco harbor cn the west  coast of Moresby island by A Going. He  says that at that point there is a mountain of chalcopynte ore. Going formerly  lived in Trout Lake.  The prospectors are pleased with the  action of the government in making a  separate mining division on the islands.  E. M. Sandilauds, the recorder at Jed-  way, recorded o\er forty claims in Mav,  while in June the number of claims recorded will go over the hundred mark.  Ihe Granby is now making thiitv million pounds of copper a year at a cast of  about eight cents a-pound. The output  will be increased before next winter.  Ed. Boyee came intoRevelstokea short  time ago from the Big Bend. He ha'd  pleuty of money and fought the booze to  a finish. Then he was found dead in his  room either from heait failure or a dose  of poison that he had bought for the purpose of killing wolves.  The rate of taxation  year is 2S mills.  in  Rossland this  Gone North.  J. L. Watson, B. A., principal of the  public school, left Tuesday to spend his  vacation at Chilliwack and -die coast.  Charles King is opening a bakery in  the Hart building on the corner of Copper and Deadwood streets.  Thc C. P. R. has a one-armed telegraph  operator working near Kenora who can  send messages with his right foot.  Charles King is walking from Montreal to Vancouver, lie does not hail  from. Phoenix .nor*is he the man that  writes army novels. Just a man who  has no other way of becoming famous. A  young Englishman recently left Greenwood with the avowed intention of walking to New York, but this office has received no report from him since he  passed Marcus. He may have regretted  his rash resolution and jumped the blind  baggage.  ufter its own."  Unequalled for Domestic Use,"  a.ilily tollioMinliiK-Iteoorder for a (Vrttlleate  of IiiihrovoiiieiitH. for tho purpose of o'ltaiti iji  Crown Grains of thiinhovonliilniM,     oollu,'u,f  And further tilled notice that action, under  .-motion HI, must ho commenced lie or. tho sail  ������'wo of NiicUCert licato of Iinprovmne t"  Dated thin 80th day of March, A D. 1U08, '  The Prembr's Tour.  According lo present''plans,' Premier  Mcllridu will leave Victoria "Monday,  July 6,Jiniving in Nicola the .same evening. On Tuesday he. expects to be in  Aslicrol't, 011 Wednesday in '.Kamloops,  on Thursday iu the Slocan country, on  Friday at Revelstoke, oil Saturday at  Field, mid at Golden, the next Monday.  Golden will probably see the end of thc  tour, though it is possible that the party  may visit some other points.  I  C. A. A.nott hail removed from Phoenix to Nelson, where he has been appointed C. P. U. assistant train dispatcher.  Air brakes are being put on the street  curs 111 Vancouver.  _   I. Robert Jacobs, of Montreal, who was  111 Rossland and  the Boundary  iir linearly   (lays,  has gone   north.   He   will  spend the summer examining properties  in Northern  British Columbia, devoting  most of h|s time lo tkc 'felvua and Ba-  bine districts.    He   is 'accompanied   by  Jack Empey and BertMcClartv, two well-  known mining men, who own valueble  mining interests in the Morris River district, tibovt thirty miles east from   the  Telqua nnd Bulkley valleys. These claims  comprise several rich copper and 'silver-  lead propositions, whose ledges are said  to be of phenomenal, size' and richness.  Mr. Jacobs will devote a fortnight to an  examination- o'f these groups before inspecting various other groups which have  been   submitted   to   the   Montreal   and  New York'mining syndicate which he  organized two years ago.  County Court.  In the case of Smith vs. the Bank of  Commerce, the phiiutill* received J26 55  and costs up to the time that the bank  paid in 5-0 upon account of plainlill'.s  costs. Otherwise nil action dismissed.  J. P. EcLeod for plaititilf, J. D. Speuce  lor defendant.  Corbin's Road,  On the coustt uctiuii of a railroad'to develop coal properties in the Crow's N'tst  country, D. C. Corbin, president of tlie  Corbin, president of the Spokane International, und associates have been cm-  ploying a force of 500 luen since the mid-  In his printing office al North Vancouver Charles Sinitheriugale is doing u  large business.  A petition is being circulated throughout the province asking the legislature  to pay Walter Moberley a sum ol money  due him for (services rendered and fo'r  which he was not paid during the eat iy  days of 11. C.   Mr.  Moberley has done a  ey    great deal for this province and is justly  entitled to a substantial recognition by  thc government. '���������     .  Some families keep a servant  girl and  several of her relations.  Real estale is active in Rossland. The  Miner Says more improvements have  been made in the citv during the past  three months than in several years.  At Creston 2,500 acres of government  fruit lands will be sold by auction in  September. The squatters will be given  an opportunity to purchase their improved holdings. The land is close to  the railway.  J. R. Wallace of the Fernie Free Press  has bought a plant and will start a pat-er  in Hosmer.  Water in the Yukon river is lower this  vear than it has been since the Klondike was discovered.  Dm ing the past month the population  of Kiwlnde, Nevada, has decreased 7-; ner  cent. '' *  There are about two thousand men  working around Goldfield, Nevada.  J. K. Johnson, fbimerlv city clerk of  Grand Forks, has a rea! estate and insurance oflice in Pri'ice Rupert.  The Prince Rupert Empire is calliii*'  upon Siipeiiuteiident Hussey to drive the  tinhorns out of Port Essington. The  Empire says that when hotel keepers allow tinhorn gamblers to conduct operations upon their premises they should be  summarily deprived of the- power of sell-'  ing the firewater to make men drunk.  At the portage, near Kitsilas cm von  on the Skeenii river, tlie Hudson's Bat-  Co. is transporting goods with a voke o'f  oxen and a cart.  Doc Davis expects to sell his stamp  mill on Granite creek and go to Idaho to  manage 11 mine.  Hon. Iv. Dewdney was in Princeton  last week.  Colonel Sam Wharton died in Spokane  last week. He was proniineiitdiiriiig the  early days in the Slocan and Rossland.  If the man you are talking to  his watch it's time to quit.  While a mau is thinking how a thing  ought"to be done a woniiiu will do it.  will   Hatter   you    without   a  In Grand Forks the R. C. church has  bought fourteen acres of land in the west  end and will erect a hospital that will cost  ?i5.''Oo*  M. R. Feeney of Grand   Forks   has  looks nt I bouls'''*- a blacksmith shop   in Colville,  . Nobody  reason.  The men who die al the right time are  most likely to get the monuments.  If a man is attentive to his wife it is  either because he loves her or is afraid of  her.  I Wash.  After a long delay the  Land company litis received  to run their irrigation ditch  Ashtiolu Indian raserve.  Kcremcos"  permission  across the  John Cow died in  There me quite  Rossland last week.  1 .number of vacant  There are but few varieties of cabbage  yet there are innumerable* brands of  cigars.  Throughout the I'oiiiid-iry at  thc ��������� prchent inoini'iit hcoioh of tho  follower.-1 of Iko Walton arc whip-  ping .the Htrcamn lor trout with  lir-hintj tacklo tluit they bought  from Aluli-io IJros in (j recti wood.  Few iifiiiH carry a larger or more  varied stock.  ���������stores, houses and offices iu Vancouver,  Hellinghaiu and other coast cities, but,  according to The Times, hardly any in  Victoria.  ���������A man from Sweden will build a  515,000 Turkish bath house in Victoria.  With such a luxury in its midst, the inhabitants of Ihe legislative capital ought  to prolong their lives by many ^ears,  The Turkish bath is a panacea lor Scotch  whiskey.  In order lo decrease Ihe cost of producing and smelting their ores the Granby  Co. is expending this year fson.o'.i) for  improvements til their'mines und smelter  in the Boundary..  J. II. Keller is tlie new principal of the  high school in Grand Forks. '"lf iiii" '������������������Hiimt-i inir im -iMtt-rt-'ai-jffl^^  n, ^^..j^y^^^^^^^.j^^^^  tntxlWtmtMiVXtXtMttn)M  THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  f-fteHoeeeoescGGiis^^  BY GUY BOOTH BY.  Author  of  "A   Beautiful   White  Devil," "A Bid for Fortune,"  "Dr.   Nikola,"  Etc. '������  ������1tt8Sa������ai9*^  (Continued)  Bty ncart gave a grout jump, ami  for the moment 1 seemed lo fool myself blushing to tho loots of my luiir.  After the grout kindness I had already received from everyone on  board the vessel, it seemed worse  than ungrateful lo deceive them. Lint  I dared not tell tho truih. For all 1  knew to the contrary, my mime might  have boon proclaimed everywhere in  England before they left.  ".My name is Wrox ford," 1 said,  fooling about as guilty as a man could  well do.  "Any relation lo the Wroxfords of  Shrewsbury?" asked the Captain with  mild curiosity.  "Not that I'm aware of," I answered.  "I  have been  living  out of England   for  many  years,  and   have  no  ���������knowledge of my relations."  "It's not a common name," continued the skipper; "that Is why J  ask. Sir George Wrexford is one ol  our directors, und a splendid fellow.  1 thought it was just, possible that  you might be some connection of his.  Now, if you will excuse mo, I'll bo off.  Take my advice and1 turn iu early.  I'm sorry to say we're carrying our  full complement of passengers, so  that I cannot give you ;i proper berth;  but I've ordered a bed to be made up  for you in my churl-room, where you  have been all day to-day. If you can  manage to make yourself comfortable  there it is quite at your service."  "It is very kind of you lo put yourself to so much inconvenience," I answered. "I fpar by the time wo reach  Cape Town I shall have caused you a  considerable amount of trouble."  "Not at all! Not at all!" the hospitable skipper replied, as he rose  to go. "I'm only too glad to have picked you up. It's our duty to do -what  we can for each other, for we none  of us know when we may bo placed j  in a similar plight ourselves."  After he left mo, f was not long in  following the good advice he had  given me; and when I had once reached my couch, fell into a dreamless  sleep, from which I did not wake until  after eight o'clock next morning. Indeed, I don't know that I should have  waked even then, had 1 not been disturbed by the noise made by someone entering the cabin. It proved to  be the doctor.  "How are you fooling this morning?" he asked, when he had felt my  pulse.  "Ever so much better," I replied.  "In fact, I think I'm quite myself  again. How is Miss Maybourne?"  "Still progressing satisfactorily,"  he answered. "She bids ine give you  her kind regards. She has been most  constant in her enquiries after your  welfa.ro."  I don't know whether my face revealed my secret, or whether it was  only supposition on his part, but he  looked at me pretty hard for a moment, and then laughed outright.  "You may not know it." he said,  "but when all's said and done, you're  a jolly lucky follow."  I sighed, and hesitated a moment  before I replied.  "I'm afraid you're mistaken," I said.  "Luck and I have never been companions. I doubt.if there is a man  in this world whose career has been  more devoid of good fortune than  mine. As a boy, I was unlucky in j  everything I undertook. If I played I  cricket, I was always either bowled  for a duck's egg, or run out just as  ' I was beginning to score. If there was  an accident in the football field, when  I was playing, I was invariably the  sufferer. I left Oxford under a cloud,  because I could not explain something  that I knew to be a mistake on the  part of the authorities. I quarrelled  with my family on the same misunderstanding. I was once on the verge  of becoming a millionaire, but illness  prevented my taking advantage of my  opportunity; and while I was thus  delayed another man stepped in and  forestalled me. I had a legacy, but it  brought me nothing but ill-luck, and  has finally driven me out of England."  "And since then thc tide of ill-fortune has turned." he said. "A beautiful and wealthy girl falls overboard���������  you dive in, and rescue her. I have  heard about that, you see. The ship  you are traveling by goes to the bottom���������you save your own and the same  girl's life. Then, as if that is not  enough, you try your luck a third  time; and, just as a terrible fate  seems to be going to settle you for  good and all, we heave in sight and  rescue you. Now you have Miss llay-  bourhe's gratitude, which would  strike most men as a more than desirable possession, and at the same  time you will have her father's."  "And, by Ihe peculiar irony of fate,  both come to me when I am quite  powerless to take advantage of them."  "Come, come, you mustn't let yourself down like 'Jus. You know very  well what the end of It all will be,  If you spend your life believing yourself to bo a marked man."  "You mean that 1 shall lose my  reason? No. no! you needn't be afraid  of that, f co-iie of a hard-headed race  that has not been in the* habit of  stocking asylums."  "I am glad of that. Now what do  you say to setting up? I'll have your  breakfast sent to you in here, and  after you've eaten  it, I'll    introduce  t am nor. uisin-e* tnoir.sympamy as  much as I had imagined 1 should do.  There was something so spontaneous  and unaffected about it'that I would  have defied even the most sensitive  to take offence. To my astonishment,  I discovered that no less ihan three  were personal friends of Miss May-  bourne's, though "all confessed to  having failed in recognizing her when  the boat came alongside. For the  greater part of the morning I remained chatting in my chair, and by midday felt so much stronger that, on  the doctor's suggestion, veulurod to  accompany him down to the saloon  for lunch. The King of Carthage was  a finer vessel in every way than the  ill-fated Fiji Princess. Her saloon  was situated amidships, and could  have contained the other twice over  comfortably. The appointments generally wore on a scale of great magnificence; and, from what 1 saw al lunch,  the living was on a scale to correspond. 1 sat at a small table presided  over by tho doctor, and situated near  the foot of thc companion ladder. In  the pauses of the meal I looked round  at tho fine paintings lot imo the  panels between tho ports, at the thick  carpet upon tho floor, the glass dome  overhead, and then at tho alloy-ways  leading to tlie cabins at either end.  In which direction did Miss May-  bourne's cabin lie, I wondered. The  doctor must have guessed what was  passing in my mind, for he nodded  his head towards tho after-alley on  the starboard side, and from that  time forward I found my eyes continually reverting to it.  Luncheon over, I returned to the  promenade-deck, and, after a smoke  ���������the first in which I had indulged  since we left the island���������acted on  Ihe doctor's advice, and went to my  cabin to lie down for an hour or so.  When I returned to tho deck, afternoon lea was going forward, and a  chair having been found for me, I was  inviled lo take a cup. While I was  drinking it, tho skipper put in an  appearance. Ho waited until I had  finished, and then said he would like  to show me something if I would accompany him along the deck to his  private cabin. When we reached it,  he opened the door and invited mo  to enter. I did so, and, as I crossed  the threshold, gave a little start of  surprise, for Miss "Maybourne was  there, lying upon Ihe locker.  "Why, Miss Maybourne!" I cried,  in complete astonishment, "this is a  pleasant surprise. I had no idea you  were about agin. I hope you are feeling stronger."  "Much stronger," she answered. "I  expect I shall soon be quite myself  again, now that I have once made a  start. Mr. Wrexford, I asked Captain  Blockman to- let me see you in here  for the first time, in order that I  might have an opportunity of expressing my gratitude to you before we  face tlie passengers. You cannot imagine how grateful I am to you for all  you have done for me since that awful  night when tho Fiji Princess wont  down. How can I ever repay you for  it?"  "By becoming yourself again as  quickly as possible," I answered; "I  ask no better payment."  I thought she looked at me in  rather a strange way as I said this;  but it, was not until some time later  that I knew the reason of it. At the  time I would have given worlds to  have spoken the thoughts that were  in my mind; but that being impossible, I had to hold my tongue, though  my heart should    break    under the  strain. We were both silent for a lit-"  tie while, and then Miss Maybourne  took my hand, and I could see that  she was steeling herself to ask some  question, and was not quite certain  what answer she would receive to  it.  "Mr. Wrexford," she began, and  there was a little falter in her voice  as she spoke, "you told me on board  the Fiji Princess that you were going  to South Africa to try and obtain employment. You must forgive my saying anything about it, but I also  gathered from what you told'me that  you would arrive there without influence of any sort. Now, I want you  to promise me that you will lot papa  help you. I'm sure he will be only  too grateful for the chance. It would  be a kindness to him, for he will remember that, but for you, ho would  never have seen me again."  "I did not do it for the sake of reward, Miss Maybourne," I answered,  with ati outburst of foolish pride that  was not very becoming to me.  "Who knows that better than I?"  she replied, her face flushing at the  thought that she had offended me.  "But you must not be angry with me.  It would be kind of you -to let me  show my gratitude in some way. Papa  would be so glad to give you letters  of introduction, or to introduce you  personally to people of influence, and  then there is nothing you might not  be able to do. You will let him help  you, won't you?"  If she could only have known what  she was asking of me! To be introduced to the prominent people of the  colony was the very last thing in  the world I wanted. My desire was to  not only attract as little attention as  might be, but also to get up country  and beyond tho reach of civilization  as quickly as possible.  JoiiKeu ior Deyonn an ner sex.  "And so to-morrow, after all our  adventju-os, wo shall bo in Cape  Town," she said. "Have you thought  of the promise you gave me a fortnight ago?"  "What promise was that?" I asked, j  though I knew full well to what she  alluded.  "To lot papa find you some employment. I do hope you will allow  lit in to do so."  1 looked at her.as she stood beside  me, one liltlo hand resting on the  rail and her beautiful eyes gazing  across the starlit soa, and thought  how hard it was to resist her. But  at any cost I could not remain in  Capo Town. Every hour I spent there  .vould bring mo into greater danger.  "I have boon thinking it over as I  promised," I said, "and I have come  to tho conclusion that it would not  be wise for me to accept you offer.  1 have told you repeatedly, Miss Maybourne, that I am not like oilier men.  God knows how heartily 1 repent my  foolish past. But repentance, however sincere, will not take away tho  stain. I want to got away from civilization as far and as quickly as possible. For this reason immediately  we arrive I shall start for the Transvaal, and once there shall endeavor  to carve out a new name and a new  life for myself. This lime. Providence-  helping me, It shall be a life of honor."  "God grant you may succeed!" she  said, but so softly that I could scarcely hear It.  "Alay 1 loll myself that 1 have your  good wishes, Miss Maybourne?" I asked, with, 1 believe, a little tremor iu  my voice.  "Every good wish I have is yours,"  she replied. "I should be worse than  ungrateful, after all you have done  for mo, If I did not take an interest  in your future."  Then I did a thing for which it was  long before I could forgive myself.  Heaven alone knows what induced  me to do it; but if my life had depended on it l could not have acted  otherwise. I took her hand in mine*and  drew her a little closer to me.  "Agnes," I said, very softly, as she  turned her beautiful face towards mo,  "to-morrow we shall be separated,  perhaps never to meet again. After  to-night .it is possible, if not probable,  that we shall not have another opportunity of being alone together. You  don't know what your companionship  has been to me. Before I met you, I  was desperate. My life was not worth  living; but you have changed it all���������  you have made me a better man. You  have taught me to love you, and in  that love I have found my belief in  all. that is good���������even, I believe, a  faith in God. Oh, Agnes, Agnes! I am  not worthy to touch the ground you  have'walked on, but I lovo you as I  shall never love woman again!"  She was trembling violently, but  she did not speak. Her silence had  the effect, however, of bringing me to  myself, and it showed me my conduct in all its naked baseness.  "Forgive me," I whispered; "it was  vile of me to have insulted you with  this avowal. Forget���������and forgive, if  you can���������that 1 ever spoke thc words.  Remember mo only as a man, the  most miserable in Hie whole world,  who would count it heaven to be allowed to lay down his life for you  or those you love. Oh, Agnes! -is it  possible that you can forgive me?"  "1 have nothing to forgive," she  said, looking up into my face with  those proud, fearless eyes that seem-  .ed to hold all the truth in the world;  "I am proud beyond measure'tb think"  you love me."  When I heard these precious words,  I could have fallen at her feet and  kissed tho hem of her dress; but 1  dared not speak, lest I should forget  myself in my joy, and say something  for which 1 should never be able to  atone. Agnes, however, was braver  than I.  "Mr. Wrexford,"    she   said,    "you  have told me that you love me, and  now you are reproaching yourself for  having done so. Is it because, as you  say, you are poor? Do you think so  badly of mo as to imagine that that  could make any difference to me?"  "I could not think so badly of you  if I tried," I answered.  "You have said that you love me?"  "And  I  moan  it. I  love you as I  believe man never loved woman before���������certainly as I shall never love  again."  Then, lowering her head so that I  could not see her face, she whispered���������  "Will it make you happier if I suy  that I love you?"  Her voice was soft as the breath  HE ASPIRED TOO SOON.  Are Artistic,  HUB-SABLE, SAN8TAB1Y,  and FIREPROOF  Easily applied, Cannot  tOrack nor Fall Off  Send us a sketch showing shape  ! and oxaot measurements of your  ! oellings or walls, and wo will  i submit designs, ostlmates and  $  Illustrated booklet free.  WRITE US NOW  ietallic Roofing Co.,  LIMITED |  Mannfacturcrs  TORONTO & WINNIPEG    <������)  WESTERN   CANADA   FACTORY  797    Notre    Dame    Ave.,    Winnipeg.  Kaiser's  Read"  Revolver.  Emperor William IT. is never without his revolver, unci he is extremely  skilful in the use ol the weapon. Jt  is inspected and freshly primed every  morning, so as to make sure it is in  perfect working order.  Firmly convinced that lie is going  to die by the hand of an anarchist���������  this fate having been prophesied for  1 iihi long ago���������-he is determined to  make a stern fight for his life, and to  have tit any rate the satisfaction if he  falls of indicting some injury upon  his assailant.���������l\ T. 0.  How   the   Man   With   Ambition   Was  Presented With a Black Eye.  The mau with a black eye sut down  In tlie center of the street car, and of  i-o'urse the dozen other passengers tot;U  tirtive glauces at blui und wondered  If be culled tlie other fellow a liar first.  Finally tlie man at his right felt It his  duty to uuury:  "Did a stick fly up when you were  cliopping wood?"  "No, sir."  '"Get up in the night aud run against  nn open door?"  "No. sir."  "Didn't tell the iceman that he'd  been cheating you all summer, eh?"  "1 didn't. 1 got this Ulnck eye by exploding a legend, sir."  "I���������I don't exactly understand."  "Isn't it said in this country and  doesn't everybody believe that a man  can aspire to the highest position?"  "Of course. That's part of our great  system." ,  "Well, it's all tommyrot. I was drinking a glass of beer in a saloon yesterday, and I happened to remark that I-  aspired to the presidency and live men  piled on to me and gave ine this black  eye and kicked me outdoors."  '���������Utii!  I see," replied the other.  "Well, what do you see?"  "You aspired loo high and too soon.  The legend is all right, but it is expected that a I'liui will serve one term  as alderman first and steal enough to  nay ,his campaign expenses."���������Baltimore American.  The change of dietary that conies  with spring and summer has the effect in weak stomachs of setting up  inflammation, resulting in dyscntciy  and cholera morbus. The abnormal  condition will continue it not attended to and will cause an exhaustive  drain on the system. Tho best available medicine is* Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It clears the stomach and bowels of irritants, counteracts the inflammation end restores  the organs to healthy action.  Enjoy tho present so wisely that tho  past may bo pleasant to recollect,  and the future not alarming to contemplate.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAX ATI VI! BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists, refund money if  it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box.   25c.  Cause For Gratitude.  The benevolent looking old gentleman on the sent in front turned around  nnd spoke to the mother of the little  cherub whose sticky litigors had been  smearing chocolate creams ou his bald  bead.  "Are there any tno'-e nt home like  him?" he asked, with a genial smile.  "Oh, no!" she said, "tie's our onlj  child."  "Thank heaven!" he exclaimed fer  vently.���������Chicago Tribune.  ���������RAISES PE-RU-  <KKK>OOCK>00<>00<>0<>0<K>-{>000<K>0<  ������I Am  Glad To  Write My  Endorsement  Of The  Great  Remedy  Pe-ru-na.  I Do So  Most  Heartily  Julia Marlowe.  %  t*  MISS JULIA MARLOWE.  *>0-C**0*C*-C-C*<'K***C*-C*-C*OC>*'W  The Popular Cure.  "So I can't Induce you to handle my  line of remedies?" said tlie patent medicine salesman as he closed his grips.  "Don't the citizens around here uso  any kind of cures?"  "Only the rest cure, stranger," drawled the proprietor of the general store.  "You can find half a hundred of them  on the fence and on the porch and' behind the stove using that cure now."���������  St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  They wore already discussing their  summer vacations.  "But don't you think," said tho athlete, "that everybody ought to learn  to swim?"  "Of course not," said the dyspetic,  "What would you think of a fish that  insisted upon learning to walk on dry  land?"          SLEEPING DRAUGHTS AND  SOOTHING MIXTURES.  A wise mother will never give lior  litle one a sleeping draught, soothing mixture, or* opiate of- any kind,  except upon the advice of a competent doctor, who has seen the child.  All these things contain deadly  poison. When you give your baby or  young child Baby's Own Tablets you  have tho guarantee of a government  analyst that this medicine does not  contain one particle of opiate tr  narcotic, and therefore cannot possibly do harm���������but til ways do good.  Mrs. Goo. M. Ko;npt, of Carleton  Place, Ont., says:���������" I have given  Baby's Own Tablets to my baby  since lie was two weeks old. He was  a very small thin baby, but thanks  to the Tablets he is now a big, fat,  healthy boy." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from Tlie Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Better.  Tho Bridegroom (on the return from  ���������he honeymoon)���������Hello! What's this?  All the bills for your trousseau? Why,  I thought your father paid these.  Bride���������It is customary, dear. But he  thought you would rather do*it than  give him flic humiliation of borrowing  the money from you.���������New York Life.  AMY remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves.  The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is impaired,  the nerve centers become .anaemic,  and indigestion is tho result.  * Peruna is not a nervine  nor a *  * stimulant.    It benefits^the nerves *  * by benefiting digestionT *  Peruna frees, the stomach of catarrhal congestions and normal digestion is the result.  In other words, Peruna goes to the  bottom of the whole difficulty, when  the disagreeable symptoms disappear.  Mrs. J. C. Jamison, CI Marchant  street, Watsonville, Cal., writes:  "I was troubled with my stomach  for six years. I tried many kinds of  medicine, also was treated by three  lectors.  They said that I had nervous dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet  for three months.  "I improved under the treatment,  but as soon as 1 stopped taking tlie"  medicine, .1   got  bad   again.'  "I took the medicine for two years,  then I got sick again and gave up oil  hopes of getting cured.  "I saw a testimonial of a man whose  case was similar to mine, being cured  by Peruna, so, I thought I would give  it a trial.  ' L procured a bottle at once and  commenced taking it. I have taken  several bottles and am entirely cured.  * "I   have gained in strength and *  * feel like a different person.   I  be- *  * lieve Peruna is all that is claimed *  *-for it." ���������  *#***������**'���������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������  Nervines, such as coal tar preparations; are doing a great deal of harm.-  Sleep medicines and headache powders are nil alike,���������heart depressants,  and should not be used. The nerves  would be all right if the digestion  were "good. Peruiia corrects the digestion.  MANUFACTURED BY PERUNA DRUG   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,  COLUMBUS,  OHIO,   U.  S.  A.  African Ingenuity.  you to some of the passengers. On  the whole, they are a nice lot, and  very much interested lu my two patients."  I thanked him, and, to show how  very much better I felt, sprang out of  bed and began to dross. True to his  promise, my breakfast was brought  to me by a steward, and I partook of  it on the chart-room table. Just as I  finished the doctor reappeared, nnd,  after a little conversation, we left  the cabin and proceeded out on to the  dock together. Here we found the  majority of the passengers promenading, or seated In their chairs. Among  them I noticed two clergymen, two  or three elderly gentlemen of tho  colonial merchant type, a couple of  dapper young fellows whom I set  down In my own mind as belonging  to the military profession, the usual  number of elderly ladles, half a dozen  younger ones, of more or Joss fascinating appearances, and the same  number of children, As soon as thoy  saw mo several of those seated rose  and camo to meet us. The doctor performed the necessary Introductions,  and In a few minutes I found myself  seated in a coinfortablo deck-chair  receiving innumerable * congratulations, on mz recovery. Straniio. to bus.  However, I was not going to make  Miss Maybourne unhappy on the  first day of her convalescence, so I  promised to consider the matter, and  let her know my decision before wo  reached Cape Town. By this compromise I hoped to be able to hit  upon some way out of the difficulty  before then.  From that day forward the voyage  was as pleasant as it would be possible for ono to be. Dclicato as wan  our position on board, we wero not  allowed for one moment to feel that  wo were not upon thc same footing  as those who had paid heavily for  their accommodation. The officers  and passengers vied with each other  hi showing us kindnesses, and, as  may be Imagined, wo were not slow  to express our gratitude,  Day after day slipped quickly by,  and each ono brought us nearer and  nearer to our destination. As the distance lessened my old fears returned  upon me. After all tho attention I had  received from our fellow-travelers,  after Miss Maybourne's gracious behavior towards me, It will be readily  imagined how much I dreaded the  chance of exposure. How much better, I asked myself, would It not be  to drop overboard while my secret  was still undiscovered, than to stay  on board and be proclaimed a murderer before them nil?  On the overling prior to our reaching Cape Town I was leaning on the  rails of thc promenade deck, Just below tho bridge, when Miss Maybourne  left a lady with whom she had been  conversing, and came and stood beside me. Tho evening was cool, and  for this reason she had thrown *n lace  mantilla, lent hor by one of tho passengers, over her head, and had drap*  od it round hor shapely neck. It gave  her an infinitely charming appearance; Indeed, In my eyos, she appeared the  most  beautiful of all  God's I  of the evening rustling some tiny lcai,  but it made my heart leap with a'de-  light I had never known before, and  then sink deeper and deeper down  with a greater shame.  "God forbid!" I cried, n.lmost fiercely. "l\xi niiisc not love nic. You shall  not do so. I am not worthy even that  yon should think of mo."  "Vou are worthy of a. great deal  more." she answered. "Oil, why will  you so continually reproach yourself?"  "Because, Agnes, my conscience  will not lot me be silent," I cried.  "Because, Agnes, you do not know the  shame of my life."  "I will not let you say 'shame,'"  she replied. "Have I not grown to  know you better than you know yourself?"  How little she knew of me! How  little she guessed what I was! We  were both silent again, and for nearly  five minutes. I was the first to speak.  And It took all the pluck of which I  was master to say what was in my  mind.  "Agnes," I began, "this must bo the  end of such talk between us. God  knows, If I were able in honor to do  so, I would take your lovo, and hold  you against the world. But, as things  arc, to do that would be to proclaim  myself the most despicable villain In  existence. You must not ask mo why.  I could not toll you. But some day, tr  by chance you should hear the world's  verdict, try to remember that, whatever I may have been, I did my best  to behave like a man of honor to you."  She did not answer, but dropped  her head on to her hands and sobbed  as If her heart would break*. Then, regaining her composure a little, slio  stood up again and faced me. Holding out hor hand, sho said:  "You have told me that you love  me. I have said that I Jovo you. You  say that we must part. Let It bo so.  You know. best. May God have mercy  on us both!"  I tried to say "Amen," but my  volco refused to servo me, and as I  turned and looked across the sea I  felt tho hot salt tears rolling down  my cheeks. By the time I recovered  my self-possession she had left mo  and had gone below.  (To  be   continued.)  Shortt���������Yes, I believe somo fortunetellers are on the level. Not long ago  one agreed to tell mo something about  inv futaire for a dollar.  Long���������Well?  Short���������I gave her the money, and  she told me the" time would come when  would wish I had my dollar back.���������  Chicago News.  Itch, Mange, rrairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  Knicker���������A man claims to have a  formula for making diamonds.  Bocker���������That's nothing; can he  make a pitcher?���������New York Sun.  The Husband a Sample.  Mrs. Westcnd���������You'll not find me  difficult to suit, Nortih.   *  Norah (the new maid)���������I'm sure  not, ma'am. I saw your husband as  I came in, ma'am.���������Tit-Bits.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT   is'guaranteed to  cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed-,  ing  or Protruding Piles  in    6 to  14  days or money refunded." 60c.  The equatorial barber has no paint,  but be can have a barber pole all the  some.  Minard's   Liniment,   used   by   Physicians.  The Little Hand.  The little hind I pressed���������ah, me!���������  That  I but pressed and did depart.  How tenderly 1 think of thee!  1 wonder fondly where thou art.  I wonder whether thou shait e'er  Feel once ngaln my tender clasp.  With thee the world and all wero raino.  1 saw the prize within my grasp.  Tho little hand I pressed���������ah, me!��������� '  And held with all tho lover's art���������  A royal Mush���������tho house was pinched���������  1 left tho pot and did depart  -Cornell Widow.  Dornes+io Comfort.  "Excuse me for not stopping." exclaimed Little, "rtn iu a hurry to get  home."  "That's rather unusual." said Large.  ���������'What's the trouble?"  "My wife hits a cold." pxplainpd Little, "and she can't speak over a wh's*-  t>er."��������� Bohemian Magazine.  Upton Sinclair, in an address before  a body of -Chicago Socialists, said of  charity:  "The average charity, the charity of  the rich, seems rather futile to mo.  The rich oppress the poor enormously,  then they help them slightly. It is  like tho young lady angler.  "'Why,' said a man to this young  lady, 'do you always carry a bottle cf  liniment with you on your fishing excursions?'  "She sighed.  '"I am so sorry,' she said plaintively, 'for the poor little fish. And so  when I take one off tho hook I always  rub its cut mouth with some liniment.' "  Mr. Kipling tells a story about a.  smart man who owned a dry goods,  store, and one day heard a new clerk  say to a woman:  "No, madatii, we have not had any  for a long time."  the smart employer rushed up" to the  woman and stud:  With  a  fierce'glance  at-the  clerk  "We have plenty in reserve;* ma'am,.,  plenty  upstairs."  Lady and clerk looked dazed, and  afterward the smart proprietor learned that the clerk's remarks had been  made in answer to the woman's "We  haven't had any rain lately."���������New  York Tribune.  Worms in children, if they be not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect tli3 children  from these distressing afflictions.  THE  SOLDIER'S  FRIEND.  A Housewifely Request.  She���������Dearest, aro you going fishing?  He���������Yes, darling.  She���������Well, I want to put up some  preserves this year. Won't you catch  me some Jellynsh?���������Baltimore Ameri*  nan.  The  First  Kiss.  Tho Hos.'on girl  Had told tiln. yes,  Hor howl nwhirl.  We mum con few.  'Twas HVto a play rot-rei-My singed.  For he and sho ware now engaged.  Tho Hoston chnp  Surveyed  with  prldo  Her elii.sHli: inn p.  Sweet ami four eyed.  "Prlscllln," he tn.idn bold to state,  "I think thai wc* might osculate."  ��������� I'lttsluirur  I'nuL  English Colonies In America.  From thc founding of the first English colony In America.* Virginia in  1007, to that of the last. Georgia In  1733, was a century and a quarter  During this time thirteen colonies were  established, extending from New  France on the north to New Spain on  the south, and laying claim to all the  'and from the Atlantic to the TacHlc.  I lion culled the South sea.  To Be Sure.  Teacher���������-If a veliiclo with two  wheels is a bicycle, and one with  three wheels a tricycle, what is one  with only ono wheel?  Scholar���������A wheelbarrow.��������� Illustra-  creatures���������a. belnc to be lovod and J ted Bits.  mm  W.   N.   U.   No.  "Talk Is cheap."  What Will He Do. With It?  Anent the swarm of Incompetents  who aspire to ofllco John Templo  Graves tells this story: While traveling  one time he noticed a HttJo yellow cur  which was pursuing tho train with  loud barks and every sign of displeasure. An old fanner Just In frout o������  Mr. Graves was greatly amused at tho  sight, and,.turning around, ho said:,  "I wonder what ho'd do with it If ho  CflUOrl.t IfJ'.'���������T l,.������l...tll.  Mnnnrrlniv    --*���������"  8agacity Shown by Trained Dogs at  Part of an Army.  For dogs to be enlisted in every great  army of the world, either in the ambulance department or as scouts and dispatch bearers, is surely something of a  novelty.  la the Franco-Prussian war out of  129,000 killed and wounded 13,000 were  returned as "missing." And who shall  ������ay what these men endured? Every  war of the future, however, will see  the dog lessening its horror. In Germany his-education is at this moment  being tnken In hand by a voluntary society with nearly 2,000 members  among them some of the most able officers Iu that country's g-eat army.  The war dog proper Is used for sentry,  messenger and scouting service, wlii!**.  the ambulance dog's training Inclines  him only to scour ISlC battlefield in  Bcarch of the wounded and missing.  The needs of modern warfare not  only call for vast enlarging of the battlefield, but also compel the troops to  take every advantage of natural cover.  This and the fact that won tided men  will uso their Inst strength lo seek protection from urtH'cry lire, cavalry  charges and th>������ wheels of guns br  crawling Into tlilcl* bushes, ditches and  natural holes wi). show how dlllleuP  It Is for the overworked stretcher bear  ers of the Hod Cross department to notice prostrate figures not readily seen  Moreover, modern warfare Is carried  on largely by night attack, and nt  night, too, the wounded have lo bo col  lected. The a in buhl ne'e dog. however,  Is Independent of nrtillcial light aud relies only on his power of scent.  Recently during the great Austrian  maneuvers 200 men were left lying on  the Held to represent the wounded, nnd  the stretcher bearers, working against  time, overlooked thirty-eight of these.  Within twenty minutes Hit Viennese  dogs tind found them nil. Each dog  lind about his neck a Husk of* brandy  or soup aud a roll of bandages. The  wounded man, having in tide what''use  lit* can of this relief, gives the dog hit*  cap or belt, and tho animal races, ofl  with It io the ambulance attendnnto,  whom he then conducts to the spot-  SV. Q, FlWjicrolU ln.St..NJi-tiPui8.  A Pill for All Seasons.���������Winter and  summer in any latitude, whether in  torrid zone or Arctic temperature,  fannelee's Vegetable Pills can be depended upon to do their work. The  dyspeptic will find them a -riend always and should carry1 them with him  everywhere. They are made to withstand any climate.and are warranted  to keep their freshness and strength.  They do not grow stale, a quality no:  possessed in many pills now on the  market.  Servant���������You'll have to call again.  Collector���������That's what you said  yesterday.  Servant���������But Mr. Skinner is too-ill  to talk to you to-day.  Collector���������You-needn't worry about  that. I'll do all the talking.���������Philadelphia Press.  Ask for Minard's and take no  other.  Where's tlie fire? Can't you speak?  No!    Gomnie niouf full  water.  Midnight came and still the bore  remained.  "Do you like "music?" asked the  beautiful girl, just to break the monotony.  "Passionately fond of it," replied  the bore. "In fact, music will always  carry ine away." "  She rushed over to the, piano and  played several popular airs.  "You tire still here," she said, turning upon the stool.  "Yes," yawned  the bore.  "But T thought you said, music always carried you away?"  "So I did���������music."���������Dundee Advertiser.  Vitality at  Low Ebb  Tho usual spring condition until  Dr.  A. W. Cl.ase'c Ncrvo Food is used.  Vigor comes from good,  red  blood.  Almost everybody's blood is thin  and watery in the Spring.  Hence tue tired,    languid feelings,,  the loss of energy and ambition, and '  thc  general   weakness of 'the  bodily  organs.  The appetite fails, digestion is imperfect, the filtering and excretory organs arc irregular, and, in short, life  is a burden insteaci of being the joy  it should be.  You can feel yourself getting  strength and vigor when Dr. A. W.  Chfiso'H Nerve Food is used. Tho  blood is made rich and pure, tho appetite sharpened, digestion improves  and every organ in tho body feels  the benefit of tho rich, red, life-sus-  tnining blood.  Stimulants givo temporary relief.  What is absolutely necessary is rich,  red blood such its is formed by tho  uso of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food.  You can avoid all tlie discouragement nnd suffering, the pains and  aches, the depressing effects of spring  by tho uso of Dr, A. W. Chase'b Norvo  Food, CO cts. at all dealers or Ed- .  malison, Bates & Co., Toronto, Ont.  Portrait and signature hi A. W. Cliaso,  M.D., tho famous Recoipt Book author, on every box.  UMmjmmMgagmB  mmmmmsmsBSRsisms /  THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  X  for Spring  To purify the blood and cleanse tho  system use Dr. A.W.Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills  All winter poisons have been' collecting in the system,  Hence the tired, languid feelings of  ���������spring, the indigestion, the pains and  aciios. the discouragement and despondency.  These poisons can only be eliminated  by the healthful action of kid-  /,  noys, liver and bowels.  Dr.   A.   W,   Chase's     Kidney-Liver  Pills promptly enliven the bowels and  -quicken the liver  'and    kidneys    in  their  work   of  filtering  poisons  from  the blood.  The blood, cannot possibly be purified except by the action of the liver  and kidneys���������hence mere physics and  purgatives do not accomplish the desired results. ' '���������  Dr.- A." W. Chase's Kidney-Liver  J. ills ensure prompt action of the  bowels/ but do more than this���������thev  restore to healthful and vigorous action the liver and kidneys. .  For this reason they are the' greatest of Spring medicines and are bound  to do you good. One pill a dose, 25  els. a box, all dealers or Edmanson,  Bales Sc Co., Toronto, Ont. Portrait  and signature of A. W. Chase, MD  tho famous Receipt Book author, on  every, box.  Figures to Show That;Man Eats  'Too- Much.  MEAT AS HEALTH DESTROYER  Is Directly Responsible For One Hundred Thousand Victims' In America  Every.Year, Says tho Old Philosopher.  ICopyright, 1908, by T. C. McClure.]  ' "Home, eh?" saluted Mrs. Bowser as  Mr. Bowser arrived Trom the office the  other evoniug. ','VVell, the cook has got  one of (he nicest dinners we have had  for a week, and it's waitingfor you."  Mr. Bowser grunted and took a parcel from his overcoat und carried it  dowu to the table. Then he made,a  -great.display of removing the paper  and brought to light a carrot'and a  turnip.  "Isn't it loo early in ihe season to be-'  gin making garden';" asked Mrs. Bowser, with a smile.  "No one is going to make garden.  These vegetables are to constitute my  dinner lonlght. Tomorrow night I shall  bring others.   I have got through mak-  An  Optimist.  , Some time ogo there was a flood  in Western Pennsylvania. An old  follow who had lost nearly everything  he possessed was sitting on the roof  of the house, as it floated along, when  a boat approached.  ' "Hollo, John."  "Hello, Dave."  "Arc your fowls all washed awny,  John?' *"  "Yes, but the ducks can swim,"  replied the old man.  ^Apple trees gone?"  "Well, thoy said tho crop would be  a failure anyhow."  "I see the flood's away above your  window."  "That's all right, Dave. Them winders needed washin' anyhow."  The Oil of the People.���������Many oils  have come and gone, but Dr. Thomas'  Eclectnc Oil continues to maintain  its position and increase its sphere  of usefulness each year.- Its sterling  qualities have brought it to the front  and kept it there, and it can 'truly  be called the oil of tlie people. Thousands have benefitted by it and would  use no'otlior preparation.  In Tlie TioTise." ��������� ,  "Say���������say���������something is griping me  like blazes!   I'll be hanged if"- -  .  "You must be mistaken, Mr. Bowser.  Air you ate for dinner was a raw  turnip and a carrot, and nature supplied both for man's food. Don't you  remember how good your stomach felt  when you got through?"  "But I toll you I've got a case of  colic!" he shouted as -he walked up  and down. "Ouch! She's coming  faster and harder! Do something for  me or I'll be a dead man within an  hour!"     ,  . .-    ���������  "Don't alarm "yourself, Mr. Bowser.  You may have swallowed the stub of  your cigar when you gave that first  start or it may have come from getting  your feet a little damp. It surely can't  come' from the carrot and turnip. Wo  can't find a thing in the Bible about  nature's food giving Adam the colic.  Shall I go down to tho kitchen for the  cabbage?"  "No!" he thundered between - two  pains.   .   .  "I  could just as well  have got a  squash   or  a   pumpkin   today   If   I'd  known about your cjiange of diet.?  "Woman"-  And then the pain took hold of him  and turned him .pale and brought the  sweat-to his forehead, and lie staggered around and finally fell upon the  lounge and stretched out and.groaned:  "But what.is it. dear  on a tack���������or something?  "Stop on a tack! Good heavens,  can't you see that I am twislod up in  knots.w|th a bilious co'llc?"  "But It can't bo that," she protested.  "Bilious colic comes from eating something that Is Indigestible. You nto  nothing ror dinner except a turnip and  a   carrot���������natures  foods.   Adam  and  IRONING is  * heavy work  with common  cooked starch.  It is a woman's  pleasant; successful occupation 'with  Celluloid  Starch.     Re-'  quires no rub-   hi  bi ng-���������j ust er  soaks  in,  Irons  don't  stick���������there's  wax  in  the starch.     Your grocer has it   or can set it.'  r*������ on  NEIGHBORLY   NEIGHBOR.  ������  Never Sticks.   Requires no Cookinsf.  _The Braiitford Starch Wort-i, UiaHei. Ura-itlbrd, Canada  Father's Dodge.  A  father  was  lecturing hja  young  hopeful upon the evils ot staying out  late at night and getting up late in   and-  th"e morning. "You will never amount      "'  to  anything,"  he continued,   "unless  you turn over a new leaf.   Remember  that the early bird catches'thc worm."  "How about  the worm,  father?"  inquired the  young man.   "Wasn't he  rather  foolish   to get  up. so  early?"  it and.groaned: "My S0I1," said thc father, solemnly,  I Did you step I "that worm'hadn't boon to bed nil  ���������*"    _.      " night* he was on his way home."  SKIN ERUPTIONS  AND PIMPLES  I tried to pay the-suffragettes a  ���������   compliment last night in my speech,  ������.���������,. dldn i seem t0 be appreciated."  "What did you say?"     -  "I said that the suffragettes would  leave large footprints on the sands of  time."���������Tit-Bits.  HOW'S THIS?  Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure  F.J: CHENEY & CO.,-Toledo, 0.  t-t   <  tlle undersigned,  have known  i .J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  believe   him  perfectly  honorable    in  ���������all   business   transactions  and   finan-  . .-..ciollj:.. able-, to  carry out any obligations made by his firm.  Walding, Rinnan & Marvin,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the  blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price  75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation.  Rural Landlady���������If anv of your  ���������friends in the city are loking for a  aiice place I hope you'll recommend  jne-!  Departing Guest���������I don't know  .about friends, but I have a few ene-  ���������niies !��������� Comic Cuts.  Countless have been the cures worked by Holloway's Corn Cure.   It has  -a  power  of its  own not    found  -other preparations.  in  Maud���������So Jack kissed you twice  aast night.    Did you protest?  Ethel���������Indeed, I did," at first. I  ���������turned on him and said, "Jack, how  ���������could you?"  Maud���������And then?  "Ethel���������Well, then he showed me  how he could.���������Boston Transcript.  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment,   Lumberman's  Sweet Scents.  A formula for a scent to place amonj*  her bed linen is usually liked by the  dainty woman, and here Is a most excellent one: One ounce of powdered  gum benzoin,- one or powdered cloves  and two of powdered ciunamon. Add  to these seven ounces of powdered ce  dnr wood and the same of dried lavender flowers. Mix, sift nnd put Into  flat bags to lay between sheets nnd  smaller onns for the slips, or If pads  are made to lit too -shelves It will answer ns well.  Balsam, the fir tree balsam, gives  of Its own fresh fragrance from pads  made and filled with It. and these,  with the old fashioned lavender, can  never be Improved upon for perfuming lied linen.  ere is  Yournam  In your comb? Why so? Is  not the head amuch better place  for It? Better keep what is left  where It belongs! Ayer'sHair  Vigor, new improved formula,!  quickly stops falling hair.  There is not a particle of doubt  about it. We speak very positively about this, for we know.  Does not change the color of the hair.  Indeed, the one great leading feature of  pur new Hair Vigor may well be said to  be this���������it stops falling hair. Then it  goes one step further���������it aids nature in  restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy  condition. Ask for "the new kind."  ���������n-jfad* br tm j, o. Artt ob��������� low tu. xu,  "THK 1'fiOT) T'!AT  ENABLED ADAM TO UP-  ttOOT THE'"-."  Ing a menagerie of my stomach and  destroying.my health and shortening  my years."  "And so you are going to turn to  horse and cow feed?"  "I am going to turn to sensible things  ���������to the food that nature intended man  to live ou and has so bountifully provided for his sustenance. Mrs. Bowser,  I can show'you statistics that would  make you chill with horror." i  "About whatV"  '���������About the way that nine-tenths of  the world are living, today and killing  themselves off by too much eating��������� by  eating lliings that nature never intended should be eaten. Did Adam eat  roast beef?"  "Perhaps not"  "You know "he didn't.    Did Eve eat  mashed  potatoes?    Did  Cain or Abel  hog   down   scalloped   oysters?     Was  there a rice pudding with raisins in it  aw-titing-'luni? " Meats are directly responsible for lOO.OOO deaths in America   every   year.     Mince   pies   fill   off  500.000.    Puddings "perish off half as  iiiiiii.v more.   Death stares in the face  every man that eats a broiled'lobster.  Bakers' bread kills more than the cholera.'  Butler hits slaughtered thousands  of families, and so on through the list.  J tell you. woman, the world is living  on the brink of a precipice, as it were.  The  human stomach  has reached its  limits.     Dyspepsia,    indigestion   and  death are rearing their hydra heads in  everv laud in the universe, aud it is  time to call a halt."   -  "And turn to carrots and turnips?"  "Yes, ma'nm.   Nature planned man's  food, and  turnips and carrots are on  Hi-* bill of fore.   1 have no doubt that  you will play the muse, as usual, and  refuse to eat them, but that will make  no   difference   with   my   programme.  From this time on i take care of my  stomach."  '���������i  suppose some crank  was in the  olih-e today."  ���������'.Never mind you about cranks. You  may call a man who knows how to lire  a crank, but that doesu't make him  one. Look at this .carrot! Observe its  golden color! Here is richness without Indigestion. Here is strength aud  vitality without, the risk of dyspepsia.  One-third of It contains more nutri-"  incut than that big hunk of roast beef  before us. And behold this turnip!  It is the food that enabled Adam to  uproot treps and play baseball with  bowlders weighing n ton."  "lie must have eaten a hundred  bz.LJ.z :���������-* a time, then," replied Mrs.  Bowser, "for we till know that turnips  are 00 per cent wafer."  Stomach Feels Better.  "Very well.   (Jo ahead and kill your-  .seir If you will, but i o!*.h-U go my way.  My stomach already feels better than  Il has for a whole year."  .Mrs. Bowser said uo more. She nto  heartily of the food  before her, and  A1**-.-J"-"������'������������������ ..It.inl/n/i mi-nv on  Ilia lur.  etnhles and Irled to look nnd act as "If  he enjoyed them. At any rate, ho  found himself filled up. after a time,  and he went up to the sitting room to  smoke and rend the paper. An hour  laler. when Mrs' Bowser wns deep in  n boot, and the family cat had made  up Its mind that there would be uoth- j  Ing doing that night, tho vegetarian !  gave a sudden start.  "It's- the cats in the back yard," said  Mrs  Bowser as she looked up.        .  But It wasn't.* Five minutes Inter  there was a second start, followed by  soineililng like a groan. The start and  groan . were suppressed ns much as  possible, but Mrs, Bowser looked up  again to ask:  "Were you thinking or how your  brother Ben fell from i> tree and broke  his neck?   Poor Ken!"  Mr. Bowser simply glared al her iu  reply. It was u glare so Icy cold that  It would have kept tin* kitchen refrigerator going for, a week. Five or sly  minutes passed, and then the gentleman with the thrilling statistics rose  up .with a real groan and stood half  bent over, with a hand on his stomach.  "Hungry again, dear? I guess I can  find a parsnip around somewhere. If  not, I'm suro there's a bead n' cabbage  Eve ate the same things, and like  enough some raw potatoes and cornstalks on top of them, nnd yet they  didn't hnv.e bilious colic,"  Was "One on Him."  Mr. Bowser heard, but did not reply.  He realized that it was "one on him,"  and he determined to die on the spot  before uttering another groan. The  pains ceased for a moment, and ho began to plan how to make Mrs. Bowser's heart ache, but before he had  perfected anything his knees were  snddeuly drawn up to bis chin and he  was forced to indulge in a sort of.war-  whonp. Then she we.it to the telephone and called up the doctor and  asked him to come in haste. As she  returned to tho vegetarian he asked In  (a weak voice:  "Do you think I am going to die?"  "Why should you?" she replied. "If  you had been eating roast beef, mashed  potatoes, rice pudding and such tilings  't would be different, nnd I should say  ������������������hat nothing could save you, but you  only indulged in the food that gave  Adam the strength to take elephants  by toe tail and swing them around his  bead. Oh, no! The .rest of us may die  off, but you will live on."  "Fifteen minutes later the doctor arrived. He struck thetrail at once, and  when he had eased the pains somewhat  he asked:  "See here, Bowser, what nonsense  have you been up to uow?"  ."I���������I ate a carrot and a turnip for  dinner." .   .  "You ass! Why didn't you eat your  shoes to fiuisli up on?".  "Doctor, he has decided to return to  nature's foods," said Mrs. Bowser.  "Oh, he has, has he?. Well, the next  time he tries this thing on he can call  some other doctor. I don't include  Idi^-3 'n pv/ practice!"      M. QUAD.  Disappear   Under  a  Treatment  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  "An All  Around Athlete."  Small Part of It.  Jack���������Miss Peachly's father asked  me to(call some evening and he'd show  me over his new house.  Tom���������Huh! I called last night, and  he only showed me the door.���������Detroit  Tribune.  A  Nature  Fake.  .there .an bo health and vigor only  when  the   blood  is    rich    and    red.  There  are   thousands  of  young  men  just approaching manhood who .need  tho   rich, ' red   blood   that  only    Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills can make. They  have no energy, tire out at the least  exertion,  and who feel by-the time  they have clone their day's work, as  though the day was a week long.   In  some cases there is a further sign of  danger in the pimples and disfiguring  eruptions   whicn   break   out  on    the  face.    These   are   certain  signs   that  blood is out of order and that a complete breakdown mav result.   In this  emergency  Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills  is  the  medicine  these    voting    men  should   take.    These    pills    actually  make rich, red blood.   Thev clear the  skin   of   pimples   and  eruptions   and  bring health, strength and energy.  Here is the experience of Adolphe  Holland,    of   St.   Jerome,    Que.,    a  young man 19 years of age, who says:  For more  than  a-year    I   suffered  from  general weakness,/ and I  gradually grew so weak that I was forced  to abandon my work as a clerk.   My  appetite failed me, I had occasional  violent headaches and I began to suffer from  indigestion.    I  was  failing  so rapidly that I began to fear- that  consumption was fastening itself upon me.   Our family doctor treated mn  but I-did not gain tinder his care.   I  wtis in a very discouraged state when  a friend from Montreal came to see  me.*  He strongly advised me to trv  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.    I did sb  and inside of three weeks* I began to  feel better, my appetite began to improve and I seemed to have a feeling  of new cpuragc.   I continued the pills  till I had taken ten boxes and I am  now enjoying.the best health I ever  -had.   My cure surprised many of my  friends  who  began to regard me  as  incurable, and I strongly advise other  young men who are weak to follow  my example and give Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills a fair trial."    Bad  blood  is tho cause of all common diseases  like   anaemia,   headaches,   neuralgia,  rheumatism, sciatica, indigestion,  all  [ nervous  troubles,  general    weakness,  and the special ailments that onlv women folk know.    Dr. Williams' "Pink  Pills are the one. cure, because thev  go right to the root of the trouble iii  the  blood.    Tliey    change    the    bad  blood into good blood, and thus bring  health,   strength   and    energy.    You  can get these pills from any medicine  dealer, or by mail at 50c"a box, or  six   boxes   for   ?2.50    from   the   Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co.,    Brockville,  Ont.  Who Probably Wishes He Didn't Have  Any Neighbors.  Mr. Goodheart (a suburban resident-  -Good morning! What can I do for  you this bright aud beautiful spring  morning?  First Neighbor���������1 noticed you hadn'ti  begun' making garden yet.- and I  thought I'd just step over and borrow  your spade.  Mr. Goodheart���������Certainly, certainly.  Here It is.   Good day.  Second    Neighbor���������How'. do,    Mr.  Goodheart? Will you let me have your  hoe for a few minutes?  Mr. Goodheart���������Y-e-s. Certainly.  Third   Neighbor���������Good   morning.    I  see  Mr.  Spinks   has your, spade,  and  Mr.   Pinks just passed  me with your  hoe, and as you cau't do anything with  a rake and hoe to break ground I con- '  eluded  I  might just as  well drop in  and borrow your rake.  Thanks.  Fourth Neighbor���������I see you are not  making any use of your wheelbarrow.  r  Mr. Goodheart���������I will need the wheelbarrow the moment -I .begin making  garden.  Neighbor���������Oh, yos, of course! But  you can't make garden without a spade  and hoe and rake, you know, aud I'll  rush back with tho wheelbarrow quick  as I see the spade coming back.  Thanks.  Mr. Goodheart���������Now don't forget that  I shall need this wheelbarrow just as  soon ns Mr. Spinks comes back with  my spado.  Fourth Neighbor-Oh, I'll have plenty of time to get through-with the barrow! Spinks told mo he'd be busy with  your spade for a month.���������New York  World.  Candid  Confession. ~  "Let me see." said the young man at  the  church   festival,   "the   sign   says,  'Strawberry  Shortcake,  Sans.'    'Sans'  means without, doesu't it, miss?"  "It does," replied the pretty girl at  the first booth.  "Well,   how   does   it   apply   to   the  strawberry shortcake?"  "Why,   it  means   without strawberries."���������Chicago Tribune.  FACE-������SGALPOTJOTM  TROUBLED THIS LADY TILL ZAM-BUK' CURED.  Miss Mary Levesque, 313 Stadacina St, Hochelaga, Montreal writes :���������"I have found Zam-Buk an excellent remedy for  skin eruptions. Up to this Spring I was bothered for almost  five years with a red rash, small pimples and sores on my face and on  the scalp thro' the hair. Nothing I used would clear iliis lash from the  skin until ,1 began using Zam-Buk. This salve ha* effectually and I  believe permanently tnl-en o'l those unsightly pimples and sores from  both scalp and face. I shall recommend Zam-Buk to all my friends."  For healing enema and all ikin di������ajo Znni-  Buk 15 wiihouc equal. It is good forrhcuinaiUin  when well nibbed in. Piles also yield to Zam-Buk  All uorc^aiid drugjisu, s,c. ���������r Zani-Kulc Co.,  Toronto.  Make the Farm Pay  A Fairbanks-Morse Jack-of-AII-Tradoa >  GASOLINE ENGINE  ���������will pump water, saw wood, shell corn,  :run cream, -separator,   in   fact furnish  ��������� power for any purpose.  Every Farmer Should Have One. '  Cut out this advertisement and send'1  It to  THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO., LIMITED.  '   92 &  94 Arthur St.,   WINNIPEG.  9,',n "?eJi8e ������Mnd  ,ne  <w,ltnout 00st t0 me) your catalogue with  full  information regarding your Gasoline Engine for term use.  NAME  TOWN  PROVINCE  ^^^^xsm^iimnemaTx^m^s  A   Satisfying Breakfast for  Five   Cents.  Dear Living Yields to  Heard In the Nursery.  First Little Girl-Your papa and  mamma are not real parents. They  adopted you.  Second Little Glrl-Weli, that makes  it all the more satisfactory. My parents picked me out aud yours had to  take you just as you came.���������Browning's Magazine.  What Might Happen.  "Have you ever thought of what  would happen if the government were  to own the railways?"  "Yes," answered Mr. Du'stin Stax.  "The government would find out that  it never before realized how critical  the American public is."���������Washington  Star.  The Ancient .Sages.  "After all,   it's  the  wise  man  who  can .change his opinion."  "But the wisest men simply can't do  it.", - r -   -  "Why not?"  "Because   they've    been   dead   for  years."���������Catholic Standard and Times.  "Jiminy, what a big rabbit!"  An American actor was once seeing London from the top of a 'bus.  As they swung down the Strand he  asked the driver to point out the  places of interest.  "Kight you are, sir!" agreed the  driver, touching his hat. "There's  Luggifc   '11   where   they  'ang   'em."  A little later: "There's Parliament  'ouses. where they make the laws wot  docs it, across the way.  "An' there's Westminster Habbey,  where they buried the good uns wot  didn't get 'anged!"���������The Argonaut.  T cured i horse of the Mange with  MINARD'S LINIMKNT.  CHKrSTOPHKK   SAUNDERS.  Dnlhousio.  T  cured  a horse  badlv  torn   by  a  pitch   fork,   with   MINARD'S   LINI-  MUNT.  St. Peter's, C.1J.       EDW. LTNLTKF.  I cured  a horse of a bad swelling  with MWARD'S UNIMKNT.  THOS. VV. PAYNE  Bathurst, N. B.  K Wac Rather Important, but He Was '  In No Hurry.  . "Hello!"  ' "Hello!"  "Hello, confound you!   What do you^  want?"  "Is this 6445?"  "Of course! Why don't you go ahead  and talk?"  "Oh, you needn't get mad about nothing."  "Well, my time's worth money! I  L������an't stand here all day jabbering  'Hello!' to somebody!"'  "This is nbout the first time I ever  used a telephone, aud"���������  "Did you call me up just for prac*  .-tice?*'   "No, of course not."  ���������   "Did you call me up to tell a funny  story?"  "No; I"-  "Well, why don't you go ahead then  tvith your business?"  "You don't give me a chance. As 1  was saying"���������  "There you go again! ��������� Say. how long  are you going to keep me standing  here?"  "You can sit down If you want to!" -  "I'll sit clown on you if this Is supposed to be a joke!   Who are you, sir?"  "My name is Brown. I moved in  directly opposite you a few wcekn  ago."  "Well, Bro-n-n, I'm sorry I have  spoken so harshly to you, but I'm not  feeling just up to the mark today.  Hope you will pardon me."  "Oh, certainly."  "What was It you wished to say to  me?"  "Why, I wanted to tell you that your  house is on fire."-������. B. Lewis In Success Maaairinp.  KING T������HfE ROAD  OVERALLS  and SHIRTS  BECAUSE   They wear longer, fit easier,  and cost no more (often less)  than the inferior kinds.  Ask your dealer���������unless he is  prejudiced he will tell you they  are the best.  R. J. WHITLA & CO,  Limited.  WINNIPEG.  Eminent Statesman���������What are the  infernal newspapers saying about me  now, Chicksey?  Private   Secretary���������  i,iev    haven't  mentioned your name for   a month,  oenator. -  Eminent Statesman-Dash the newspapers '-Chicago  Tribune.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the housff  re-  ENGLIH SPAVIN  LINIMENT lc-  moves all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses,  blood spavin  curbs, splints, ringbone.  ���������������flo?y'n SUf ������d' sp,rnins* " sorc *l'*ci  swollen throat, coughs, etc.   Save Sou  by use of one bottle.   Warranted the  most  wonderful  Blemish  Cure    ever  known. .. -  Every  man who  has    decision    of      character will have enemies; and the   Mr. Soaker (who has taken the wrong   lnan  Yh������   hlls, no    deeisio1*   ������"*"-*  no      "Do you believe in  -rimsf-s" ���������.i    1  it on leaving his club)-Never shaw   charncter cai1 have ��������� ^ieniU. 'tinman who resent*^ afl superstittn  hat  sush a dark night 'n all in' life!  Her Viewpoint.  Borem (11 p. in.)���������Well, I must be  going. I assure you. Miss Cutting, the  time has passed very pleasantly for  me this evening.  Miss Cutting���������Yes, and for me it Is  still more pleasant to realize that It  is past.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  The person who has once experienced the pleasure of a" cup of delicious "Salada" Tea���������that feeling of  satisfaction that its puritv and flavor  guarantee, is not easily persuaded to  accept a substitute. 23  But it wasn't!  ���������St. Nicholas .Magazine.  As Advertised.  "What's your time?" asked the old  farmer of the brisk snlesman.  "Twenty minutes after 5. What can  I do for you'/"  "I want them pants." snld the old  furuier, lending thy way to the window  nnd poluting ut n ticket marked,  "Glveu awuy at 5.10."���������Judge.  In an niniiteur play a fugitive from  justice was supposed to havo escaped  from his pursuers by concealing himself under the tabic. Tlip table wns  small and the terrified fugitive somewhat lengthy.  The commander of the pursuing  party -rushed on the stage and fell  over tho legs of the man ho was  searching for.  Picking himself up nnd ludicrously  rubbing his shins, ho convulsed his  audience by exclaiming in true 'dramatic style:  "Ha! ha! The'diistardly villain has  eluded us again."  His Shortcoming.  Goodlcy���������But, really, you must admit  that he's an adept In the art of conversation.  Knox-Yes, but what n pity he Isn't  more adept in the art of saying some-'  thlng.-Phihidelphin Press.  The best way to get money, as well j ble "to defective 'di-esti  p;  n0j S,"<V,   papered    Mr. Erastus  Pinkley.    "An' all  I's hopin' is dat  clem glios es will lemme stav dat way  stid  0   comin'  roun'  trviii' to  con  vmce me."���������Washington Star.  They Soothe  Excited   Nerves.���������Nervous affections are usually ottributa-  as thc surest, is to work for it  A Real Grievance.  Bobby looked nskuiuv at the piece  of cake given him tit supper.  "What Is It, sou?" asked hla father.  "Tnln't fair," snld Bobby, "for  grandmn to"cut my slice, 'cause every-  thlug looks bigger through her spectacles."���������Harper's Weekly.  Silenced.  "Ouch, barber!" gnsped the victim  nervously. "Thero are several hacks  In that razor."  Tho big barber swung tho lathei  brush around savngoiy. "Well, wlia  Uo you expect In a ton cent shave,  governor," ho /onred, "electric cabs?"  -St. liouls Post-Dlscatch.  Only Shopping.  Slic was a very particular miss.  Sho didn't llko Hint: she didn't like this.  Sho pulled out the bottom garment first  And over tho counter tho rest dispersed.  Sho was only shopping!  She sampled the gloves; she looked at the  hose;  Sho rumpled up all tho new spring clothes;  She glanced  at the ribbons; she fingered  tho laco.  On  whatever she  touched   she   left  her  trace.  She was only shopping!  And at last, when tho clerks wore nearly  dead, ���������  Sho   actually   bought   a   small   spool   o(  thread  And thou In a 'manner finite grand to sea  Said, "Send it up tiulckly, pleas*e, C. O. D."  She was only shopping!  ���������La    Toucho    Hancock   in    New    York  Press.  The Symptoms.  Now Annabel Is plunged In thought  Her forehead wears a frown.  Sho hardly hears 1110 when I speak,  Sho Journeys oft to town.  I've caught her poglng~moro than onco  Before the mirror, too,  And trying bows against her hair���������  rink, purple, green and blue.  Sho leaves the now plnno shut,  Tho magazines unread,  And sits for hours with silent lips  And sndly drooping head,  Hut I nm not nlnrmcd, bocauso  I know tho symptoms that  Appear each year when sho boglna  To plan her Easter hat.  -Minna Trvltig In Now York Press.  WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE  From October to May, Colds are th/  most frequent causes of    Headacha  LAXATIVE  BROMO  QUININE    re.  moves cause.   E. \V. Grove on box 25s  8ome Things to Remember,  lho fact that a parrot Is green Is no  sure sign that ho Is not a bird of rlpo  experience.  The great drawback about yellow  journalism Is not that It Is yellow, bul  that It Is rind. .  Thero is nothing so wonderful but  that It might be more so. Niagara, for  Instance, would ho far tuon.- marvelous  If the water flowed tho other way.  Many a man Is modesty Itself until  his children are horn. It Is then that  he begins to put on heirs.  it may be true that money talks, but  it is so frequently tight that its conversation is hardly worth repeating.  There Is nothing that so destroyu  one's prldo of ownership as the early  morning call from the tax collector.-  Succcss Magazine.  ���������,��������� ,    ,     .      -  - =���������-on, as the stomach  dominates all the nerve    cen-"  I'm"   tv,,00111.-??  of  -Parmelee's   Vegetable p,lis w,h 8till all disturbances  ot tins character, and by restoring tho  stomach to normal'action relieve tho  nerves from irritation. There is no  sedative like them and in tlie correction of irregularities of the digestive processes, no preparation has  done so effective work, as can be testified to by thousands.  , S���������1C^:!^,,10 ic'ei of 'im a-tellin' mo  ow children ought to bo fed! Whv  I vo buried ten 0' my own.���������The  latter.'  10  "Why do you wish to bo a street  car conductor when you grow up, mv  ���������������������-���������' 'asked the minister.  ooy?'  , Because they always havo such  nice, dirty hands," said the small bov  who observed things.��������� Detroit Free  Press.  "Can you bo trusted with a secret?"  lie asked.  /The woman drew herself up proud-  "You have known me for ten years  haven't you?" she replied.  Yes."  r>i"*!)0i -J'0,11* k?ow -*ow ������-d I nm?"-  Philadelphia Ledger.  There is Only One  <S6i  99  That is  USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY.  Always remember tho  full  name.    Look  for  this   signaturo1 on  every  box,    25o.  tfyin/^jt  tSmmssmsi THE    LEDGE,     GREENWOOD,     BRITISH    COLUMBIA,  AND BUILDE  s "Dealer, in                                              g  1 Windows, Doors,         ]  I Turned Work and    |  I Inside Finish v I  j SIIINOLBSJJIUUK, TO.'!  I MANITOBA                      |  1 Wood Fibre Plaster 1  = PHONE   65                      =  %illllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll\^  Hotel Ladysmith  [p the homo of the Swedes,  Norwegians, Italians, Austrian.1- and other I'.tiropoan and  American people. Cool beer,  choice liquor*-, and fragrant  cigar-i in the bar. Within a  short distance of the smelter  and a home for working men.  lfofc and cold baths. Lit by  electricity. Board and rooms  $1 a day.  HARDY &-C0.  General Merchants, Midway, B. 0.  Uay and Grain always  on hand. Sleiffhs and  Wagons and Implements  ol" all kinds carried in  stock. The very best  goods   at right   prices.  STABKEY ft 'CO.  NKLSON, B. C.  WHOLESALK  DEaLIvRS  IN  Produce   and   Provisions  OLA L0FSTAU   -   -   PROPRIETOR  ote  GFeenxxiood, B. C.  The oldest hotel in the. city, and still  under the muiio iiiann^'-'.iuent. Rooms  cnnifortnl'lc, iiic:i1r equal to any in tlie  city, and the hur sppplies only thc best.  Coiner of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J. Mil. kelson  Painting ���������? '^  .-"O     1 Iaii������:iii^;-.  Make it a pli'-isum to .sek-ci your wall  pitl'iT by bavin;-' the Spokane Paint and  Oil Co'ri Sample Hooks Imniirhl to .your  Inline. The Choicest I'attertiH, the  Most Exquisite Coloiiiijrs. All New.  No Tiresome Search Ainoujr Shop-Worn  Antiques.  The liouaesfc  Spokane Prices  In your home, at  your leisure, nnd  upon  the  midi-r.'-.tandiiifr that, you are  -under no obligation tn purchase.   This  is my offer���������send for ine now.  GEO. 8- THomPsojM,  Painter and Paper Ilanscr,  Third Floor, Mellor Mock  RAILWAY  Summer Excursion Kates  4> EAST  From Greenwood to Winnipeg*  Dululli. Fort AVilliam, St.  Paul  Chicago $ 72 25  New York   IOS 50  Montreal  105 00  St. John, X. 13    120 00  St. Louis     67 50  Toronto     01 40  Ottawa   1C5 00  Halifax   131 20  Sydney, C. IJ    13d 90  Tickets on sale Mav <l and 18,  June 5, (i,   19 and 20, Julv'i, 7,  22 and 23, Angii.it 0. 7, 21 and 22,  ���������1908.   Fh>t class, round trip, Oil-  I'ay Limit.  Routes���������These tickets are gocd  Jj via any roeognizwl routes in one  \ or both directions. To destitm-  k t ions cast of Chicago are good  ���������J'-, via the Great r.ukes.  i��������� ������������������  a  Vor particulars  call  on local  <? agents or address  2������   .1. MO*:. I). I'. A., NoIki.ii.  i       C. II. Mdl'llBKSON, <1. T. A.,  \ Wlnnl]*'--*;, Mini.  inyKHAt. aot.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICl-'.  '(iiiiii l'*r������i������������f.IdiiiiI'nml'AiiHmr'JMineral OliihiiJ.  Kll.iinti- in llm riri-iMiwimd .Mlnhii?  DIvNlou  of Yiilii HHtiiit,   Wli-ii* Inriitnil: In lluiw-  sli'ju MliilnirOiiinii (ill Mum Kl'ttlti I'lvi-r,  TAK K-KU'l'IOK tl'nII..InincsKnicst .S|>iiiikli������,  Ka������ Minn's <��������� rtllit-iin-  Nn.  It HOT, liituml.  r.i.vlv- iliivs from llm (lute linn-of, to itmily to tin;  Mliiini: Id nli'i- f'ir ('ijitltlciiti'M (ii lniiirovc-  menti   fur  tho   [ini-poid  (if   olitninliiK Crown  Onuiti* af lln- iiliovc 1-,'iiliiin.  Anil (inrtlici- In Id: iintlcii that in-tlon, Minim-  Miii'llnii .'17    liin.it   I���������(��������� I'oiiiiiiiini-i'd  li<.'forc flm I4.  MiHiii-u of sitt-li Ci-rtlllcuti-.tof lin|irovc'iiiinit-i.  I)ati!(l tlil.-i 1st day of ���������flino. A. II. Mux.  .fAMKS li. Si'ANI'IK.  M'jIIOK   UCKNHK   AOT.   Ullin.  TA'CK   N'lTICK   ,'.linl. I,   Joliii    V\ n.sl-imkt  hilciiil     nii|ilyiinr    to    tliu     Niiin-rlntiiiiilniit.  Ilf I'h/l iltl'iltl    rillll'l!,   Ill   till'   CXpll'lll 1(111 Of Ollll  riiontli from IIii-iIiiIii licrt'of, fix- im linl'il HiTimo  for llio iiri'inlv.-i known ns tliu lloiinlary Kiill.-i  Hotel nl. Ilniiii'liirv KhIIm. Jl, O.  J,,.li:i/ tliis Tlliilny oNinm, ll������m,  JO/IN VVASKOSKI.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Kaslo, B. C.  The Hotel Slocan  Three Porks, Ii. C, i.s the leading  'hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners i\ specially.  Rooms reserved by tl-legruph.  Hugh Niyen. Prop  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New-  Denver.   British \ Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE.   PROPR.  The Gveenvaood Branch  Nelson  Iron Works  Is now prepared to make,  all kinds of Iron, Brass or  Copper Castings. First-  class    work    guaranteed.  Geo. |V1. Holt,   manager*.  FERRY, WASH.  GeneralMerchant  Dry Goods,  Groceries, ���������   Boots and Shoes,  Stationery,  Hardware,  Tobacco,  Cigars, Etc  Fresh   Eggs   a   Specialty  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B. C , and the price is $2 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great I'riuiiti. To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  J?.50 a year. Address all letters lo The  I.edgc, Greenwood, li. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREKNU'OODB, C, JULY   2, 1908  A blue mark here indicates that  your' Subscription   lias  become   deceased,   and  that the  editor   would .-  ���������  once more like  to  commune with  your collateral.  A   s.mii.1*  will  open   more doors  than  a growl.  Nick 1*1. people arc out of place  in a dollar town.  Ji*'you would be fab or thin eat  less and work more.  Tin-; world judges a town by the  ads in its local paper.  Maxv  a chicken  coop  lias felt  tlie weight of tlie black baud. *  Vur'i-'TAiuA.vs have no fear of the  meat trust in the United Slates.  THE DOMINION  HOTEL     ���������  In Phoenix is situated on a delightful elevation and from its  windows can be seen all the scenic  beauties of this famous copper  camp. The excellence of the cuisine  attracts the attention of all who  are kind lo their inner man, and  the bar contains fluids that would  please a Greek god, while it is not  necessary to be up so high in order  to smoke any of the cigars. Miners,  Millionaires find Tourists always  welcome.  CHAS. H. FLOOD, PROP  Tins week in Greenwood nearly  everyone had on their store clothes.  Kukd Stakkky could win Koote-  naj* if the Conservatives nominate  him.   A Aiiu.ioNAii-i* in ragged clothes  does not assay high amongst  strangers.  Trip; forest Are will soon be illuminating the scenery of the  mountains.  The extension of the lead bounty  for another live years should have  a beneficial eilect upon the Slocan.  Yotnt own opinions will not be  respected if you do not respect the  opinions of others. Never kick a  sleeping dog.   Li k 1: buzzards to a feast a few  tinhorns are drifting into the  Boundary. A resolution might  drive Miom away.  Di-iNi-:ix''!v'astr|uaiitities of water  will produce a form of intoxication.  A jag of tliis kind costs nothing,  not even "a heatlitclie."  inilis of mouiiiaiiis. This proves  still further that tlie pen is mightier  than the largest sword in existence.  Mission Citv now has a live  newspaper called the Fraser Valley "Record. About eighteen years  ago we prosppc.ti'd that (own with  the view of putting in a plant and  running a paper, but came to the  conclusion that the prospects were  not ripe enough.  S'X-.i"' last October the stock of  the Standard Oil Co. has advanced  from SSflO a share to SO 10. We  have none of the stock on hand.  It is now said " that the federal  elections will take place in September when no 'doubt the history  of thirty years ago will be repeated.  nelson, B. <0.  <iKO. I'.  WKI.I.S, IS. T0MK1NS.I  I'ri'lirlt'lor, ,Miiiii>*,-,t,  First-class in every thing'.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. Finest lavatories in B. O. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus moots all trains.  NOTICE.  IN* TIIK MATTKR of tho l-iiml Jtii-ilntry Act  11111I In tliu iniitliir of tliu lltlu t.'i [iin-t of Lot 'ii,  Illnclt I,, M-iiilH, UrMiiiwoort City.  Wlll'IlKAS tin- Oitlllcitte of Title of.'rilm  M. ('ri>|>'i!V, In-Ill-,' OrtlliiNilo nf Tltlu No.-.Wit  In tliu lilmvi' bi'lc'lltiiliii-ntH, Ii/h l/wiii lost or lid-  slioywl mill iipiillciitloii lui-t lioi.'ii 111111I1: to mi>  for 11 iliii/lli'iilc Micrnof.  .\'OTl''I'' In liurnliy (,'lvmi Mint 11 (lii'illciilii (Jar-  Mllciili-of Tltlft to llm 11I10V11 lii'rcillliiiiiiuilK will  In* Insiiml at. tlm nxplnitloii of 01111 month from  tlnifliilii of llm llrnt.  iiiililii'iilfon Imri'of iiiilimt)  III   III,!  Illi.'lllllllllll Vllllll lllijl-l-tlflll   to   tliu I'Dlll-  mi-y  Im iiihiIh lo km- In wiIMiik.  l.iiinl Iti.'KlHlry iii1Ii-ii,i  1< llIlloOliM, II, (J., ,/lllll! dill. li'OH.  \V, If. KIlMUNIW.  IJItitrlet /{fji/J-itrur.  Oi'fim joints are a great evil in  Vancouver and it is claimed that  the police are powerless to close  them up. Hop joints exist in  nearly every town in li. C.  Di'itiNG the summer in America  wicked people do not have to die  in order to get punished. All they  have to do is to live iu New York  or Chicago during July and August.  Nkauly all the daily papers in  Canada arc owned or controlled by  trusts, corporations or politicians.  The people are to blame for this,  because they will not support independent papers.  lx some towns the church is  gradually evolving into a mercantile association. This will eventually drive some merchants to giving away a prayer with every  package of goods.  Modesty has arrived in erotic  Pittsburg. The rich society girls  of that cit}* have positively refused  to appear in tights while singing  for a charitable object in the  *' Pirates of Penzance."  Christian Science, with its optimistic methods of teaehing religion, is fast becoming the great  chureh of America. Iu loss than  thirty years there will practically  be only two churehs on this continent���������the J Rom an Catholic and  Christian Science, with ' he-re and  there a Presbyterian.  The Tourist Association iu Victoria is endowed with a large  amount qf common sense. It is  advertising tho advantages of that  eity in newspapers throughout the  States and Canada. - If other  towns and cities would do more  advertising some of .them would  have fewer en:pty, unpainted buildings in their midst. Proper press  advertising is like water to a garden in a dry climate. It will make  almost anything grow from a city  to the business of a dealer in faded  furniture. Try some there is plenty  for all.    Socialism is fast gaining ground  in "England and at a recent meeting of the Tan-Anglican Congress  in London every speaker, with the  exception of one, displayed a  socialistic tendency. The abolition of wage-earning and the pub-  lie maintenance of child-bearing  mothers were among the reforms  predicted or advocated. As the  church is nearly always conservative, the expression at the Congress in London is significant of  the efforts being made by the  masses to reach higher .ground.  Real Socialism will be a blessing  but!the counterfeit article is a curse.  Widdowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  Men who imagine' that they are*  going to set the world  ablaze generally haven't got enough  energy  to start a fire in the kitchen stove.  The Columbia cigar is a large  and free-smoking cigar. It is sold  in all mountain, towns and made  in Nelson.  Automobile caps are worn by  men who couldn't buy an auto if  they were selling for live dollars a  dozen.  The Kootenay Cigar Co. of Nelson have in the Royal Seal a cigar  that is known,and smoked between  the wheat'Country and the blue  Pacific.  Tub death of Cleveland removes  the last living ex-president of the  United States. He was highly regarded in the "United States and  Great Britain, even if he had at  one time almost raised a great war  by twisting the tail of the British  lion over certain unpleasant conditions in that little, rotten, republic,  Venezuela. In spite of his attitude upon Venezuelan affairs some  of the English papers claimed that  he was the greatest president since  the days of Washington.* However, that is a matter of outside  opinion, for more than half the  people on the American continent  do not consider that he stood even  close to .TeiVcrsou and ���������'Abe-Lincoln.  r.v Toronto even the Anglican  church has declared against the  playing of bridge and the good people of that city will now have to  .send their pennies out west to help  convert thc heathen.  Tni'i'K must be some booze or  painkiller in Prince Rupert. Those  old pioneer.*' from Kootenay and  other Western points are surely  not irrigating upon count dew. Out  in the rain and mud somebody  must havo a cache.  Tin-: fact that tho sheriff has his  horse picketed on the lot next to  this oilice does not mean that tho  oilice haH been raided, It is a sign  that the best grass in the country  grows next to the homo of Greenwood's leading excitement.  Pi;iiuhiii'i-s who accept adver-  tisementH from advertising agencies are dividing their profits with  middle men; When publishers  get wise thoy will do business direct with all advertisers, thereby  making more money with less risk  and annoyance,   '  Tun gentlemen who write interior news for tlie Vancouver  papers are very powerful. Recently they have moved the Mother  Lode initio from near Greenwood  to Nelson without any one seeing  them  dragging it over a hundred  At the present time there is a  strong competition between the  man who rocks the boat and the  hoy who doesn't know the gun is  loaded. The chap who breaks  through the thin ice has gone off  shift for a short time, and the Rube  who blows out the gas is not much  in evidence during the open window season. The man who drinks  poison by mistake, and the fool  w.ho falls off a train are still furnishing a few items for the papers  and helping to keep the coffin factories from closing down. - Then  there is the missed hole route, and  the oven method of thawing powder. Fools make a heap of business for coroners, doctors and undertakers.         During the week certain members of the Hock had been paying  over much attention to sampling  the local whiskey, and the minister took advantage of his position in the pulpit to administer  gentle reproof. "An' I tell ye,  one, an' all, ye're on the way till  perdition 1" he cried. At that  moment a fly settled on the Bible  before him. He raised his fist.  "Ye're gaein' tae belli" he  shouted. "An' ye'll all get there  just sae sure as���������sa sure as I ding  the life oot o' this ilee !" His list  crashed down as he uttered the  words ; then he looked to see the  result of his handiwork. "Missed!"  he ejaculated. /'Ah ! weel maybe  there's a chance for some o' ye yet!'  The Kootenay Belle reigns supreme in many a camp. It is a  cigar that brings delight aud appreciation wherever smoked,  There is always room at the top  for the man who can push tho  other fellow off.  If you give the ordinary man a  chance he'll tell you more about;  himself in half an hour than you'  could find out in a month unquestioning him.'  Largest stock of jewelry in the  Boundary to select from. E. A.  Black, Phoenix.  The most distant relatives are  notalways those who live farthest  away���������They may be' living next  door.  Forty grown people cannot keep  one infuriate baby quiet.  Our 100S patterns of Wall Paper  put all others completely in the  shade.    Mo line Bros.  An effort is being made to have  the famous Kilties Band stop over  here for one concert on Monday,  July 0th.  This will be the farewell appearance of this most popular organization, as they sail for their four-  yeai-s'criiice around the world from  Vancouver, B. C, on July 19lh.  For this memorable tour the  band has been strengthened even  beyond their late numbers, when  appearing before England's king,  including the celebrated Albert  Clan Johnstone troup of pipers and  dancers. Two Giant Drum Majors, each over seven feet tall.  The Champion Boy Piper of the  world, and the famous male choir  of from 10 to 20 pieces.  Their appearance here will be a  red letter day for our city, and the  parade will take place shortly after  their arrival.  Tickets on sale at White Bros'  Drug Store.  :������������*--*^������0������������.*"-������������O������0������������������������������������������^^  &������9������Q@09@&������0Q������������������Qe9e0^0G99QQWbOQd099������QQW9B99 f  Fresh and' Salt. JVteats, Fish and Pbultvy,  g I Shops in nearly-all the towns of Bouhdary.-and  |J| .   the-Kootenay.  ffi  <8 ��������� ' *'"''_  $ ������mmm������<5m@miMiiim������mm������em&&99������9������9oemo9&m&9Q  w  C. J. CAMPBELL  NEW DENVER  Provincial Assayer and Analytical Chemist. Correspondence  solicited from any part of the  country.  Flags of many kinds, colors aud  designs at J. L. Coles.  Among the many lost arts is that  of keeping ono's mouth closed  when thero is nothing to say.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Warble Works, Nelson, B. C.       *  In'the barbarous countries the  heathens fight and get married,  but in our civilized climes we first  get married and then light.  Wedding rings made. Diamonds  mounted, Work that will stand  comparison. E. A. Black, Phoenix.  It Is easier to borrow trouble  than it is to pay debts.  At the Turkish Bath house  in Nelson you can get Turkish,  Russian, salt water, medicated,  and tub batliH. The Turkish bath  is one of thu greatest health-producers in tho world. '   .  Tho Ledgo. $2 a year.  LIQUOlt    MCKNSJ**   ACT.  NOTICE is lieroliy -,'iven Hint I. John W.  O'l'i-iun.of (irvunwofjil. B.C.. intend tn npply  to tlie Supciliilciiilcntiof Provincial I'ollccnt  tliu exi'Irntlon of one month from the ilute  hereof for a renen-iil of the Hotel License non-  held l>v me in respect of the premises known  us thc Veiidomc Hotel bitn.-itc at Anaconda, B.C.  Mated this .'-th day of May. I'JUS.  , J. W O'BKIEN.  The Kootenay Saloon  Sainton, B. C, has a line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed in auy inouo-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua purajgiven free with  spirits menti.  ailNJ-'ICAI. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  ��������� NOJ'ICE  0 K <mil Ivanhoe Mineral Claims,Kltiifiti! in the  (iii-einvood "MiniiiK Division of Yale  District.   Where located: On the North  Korlc  offjaiivon creek. Slmllliumeeii Division of  Vulu District.  TAKI-* NOTICK that SitmiielT.ll.srs.-n, Krmi  MIih-i's Ceittlllcate No.  II Will, and Itarrv II.  Tlioen. l-'ru.) Miner's Certlllcate No. H ISM**. Intend, sixty days from date hereof, to njiply to the  Mlnlin; I'econkr foi-'a Ccrtllk-ato of Improvements, for the pm-pose of obtain luff a Crown  Grant of thealiovo claim.  And further take notice that action,  tinder  .������cutoii   ,17, must   he  commenced  before   the  issuance of such Certlliuatnof Improvement*  Dated this lllh day of January, A. D. 1*08.  TO   DI'MNQI't'NT   C0-OWNKK8  To J. I'. Myers Gray (niiil to tho Kstato of the  liito.riiil-,1! I.camy,or to whomsoever thuy  may Imvo transferred tholi- liitoiest.*i Iu the  .leniiy Fraction Mlmiial Claim, situated In  Deadwood camp, Olivenwood   Mlnliii," Division of Vale District. II. t),  You lira hereby iiolilied that, T havo e.xpendi'.'l  ������|ii(> upon the above mhu-ial claim, und that If,  wiihln !hi days from the (Into or this notice, you  full or refuse lo contribute your proportion of  tho nhovii mentioned   HUin.ltiar/cmi'r with the  costs of advui'llsiiiK your interests In  llm wild  claim will lioeoiiie the property of tho under*.  hIkiiihI  under Section   l of the Minoral  Act  Amendment Act, liluo,  June2.1,11X18. ...        ,'OIIN IjUCY.  Kings Liquer Scotch Whiskey  '    - 12 Years Old  J. W. Burmesters White Pert.  Jas. Hennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.  IMPORTERS,. GREENWOOD, B.C.    ������  ������me>������&^9������&&������Q������&������99e������������9Q@99Q9Qe^999QOQQ������Q9999Qm>&  Thousands of Testimonials Proclaim-  PHOENIX = BEER  to be the Best Brewed in Western Canada. -  Phone 138, Greenwood.  Phoenix Brewing Co.  Successors to the Elkhorn Brewery Co.  %mmismrmrvmtmimni^&  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.  McClung &  Goodeve,   Propr's.  ���������       J-'OHM NO. !), LAND ACT.  Yule I.hiiiI District, District of HIiiilllui-  1111-011.  TAICK NOTICK Unit I, Valenlluc Dynes, of  Nelson, II. <J., oci-iipiitlim AkciiI, Intend to  apply for pcriiikilon In purchase tin. foll.iwlnij  described lauds: <Jomineiieliu,'iit u puz-t plan led  Uiichalii.icastof llm N. VV, corner of Lot iil.'iu,  tliniicii north-.'ii cbaliis, Mioiice west :n cb.ilus,  Ihenco north Wl chains, llieucu West ai cbi.lns,  I hence Mililh -HI chains, thence east -I'l <:li...i,.i to  poot of bt-Kliifilii-f, ooiitainlnir lai acres nioio or  I-:. CJ.Hm'th.Ai-eut,  Dated April <Uli. 10008.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Ts opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, aud bathrooms are always at the service of. those in searoh of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks ro down like eating fruit in a flower .  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummors with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  ^^ma^^LWLWLm  m  m.  BANK   OF .{MONTREAL  ESTABLISHiD   1817.  ji|   PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000.      '-"REST, 55 *��������� 1,000,000  UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.98  General Bunking Business-Transacted.    Drafts issued on all points, and Collec  tions made at lowest rates.  SAVINGS. BANK DEPARTMENT   *|   W. F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    /MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH  i i iir~rn~rrrTn i"frT.rr'rirr'j.''r.*TT.|i imiiii ij'Lr.'iir r'Mii n.u.iiiMiiiii?rt"u'ii*iTy!ifi"i.*wir'  i-jr*.i,.^i.-r^npzsn:Ei .ni.ii  *.i.-i     > if i i ��������� h-wi ���������i***.** i *������iii*j-r*���������    ���������iMninn^.MJJ^iL ""l ���������-*���������������������������������������������- i!-tii^p**Y*p'p������*"pr������--j-*^*'*|---r  Commercial  Hotel Greenwood  Eooms 25 and DO cents a night.  MRS. M. GILLIS.  ��������� ������������������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. 0. Ocliit.������ 0o., nelson  Hotel  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Ih a comfprtablo home for  the miner and   traveler.    .  Good meals and pleasant  rooms." J'liro liijiioi-H and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  McGillis & McLaughlin  PROPRIETORS.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Ih :t c<Miif(>iUl)lo iiouio for all  who travel to that city.  COOKLK & I'AJ'WORTH.  Job Printing at Tho Ledge.  Cftc Pacific fiofcl...  Is under the management of Greig  & Morrison. The Rooms are Comfortably furnished, and tho bar contains  the  best brands of  wines,  liquors and cigars.  Ztot Pacific 0afe���������.  Is the best-appointed Restaurant in  the interior of British Columbia.  Tho best cooks and moB-; att'entivo  waiters only employed Open all the  time. MRS.-A LEX. GHEIG,  Proprietress.  T^EjVIOriT HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the.     ;k.'  the American and European  plan.   Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  tVe safe.  Medor/e   & Tiregilitis  Tobaccos, Pipes, and all other  Smokers' supplies. Next door  to Pacific hotel.  J. P. FLOOD  -v.  ' (4  Aj  - -it!  ..������  Frank Fletcher  PllOVINCIAI- LANJJ SuitVKYOH,  Nelson, B. 0,

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