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 ^:.  ~::���������.15'''-'  REGINA   WATCHES ,  AT ALL PRICKS. ��������� * ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  .'" |a! LOGAN & CO.  WATCHMAKERS '   AND    . * JEWELERS  y ^*   / ���������/   .*��������� v  .. ~   '    ' ~.  I        <* 7 /. v       .     -'    i ���������,  . ARE   YOU THIRSTY?  LIME JUICE w,^,?-u^^A!?^jr5Lfn^. 4*  WHITE  BROS;  DRUGGISTS.. '.-������������������' '    " .    , !6PTICFANS.  2^7  "������R I A,   B..:  . Vol XIV.  GBEENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 25,1907.  No. 3  S  A'.  .a  y  -  Dr.   Mathison, dentist, opposite  tho postofiice.  Jt. G. Sidley, J. P. of Sidley,  was in the city last week.  Miss Ell'ie McAulay of Brandon,  Manitoba, is visiting Miss  McMil-  ,lan. ���������        ���������.  F. II. Knight and Jell'Davis of  Grand Forks were viritors in the  city this week.  0. If. Eallcott, T.'L. S., of Victoria, was in the-city this week.  Mr. Ellacott was formerly a icsi-  dent of the district.  Dan Ingles  had  his  foot  badly  '  burned at the smelter last  week,  by red hot slag dropping on it.    Ife  will be a month  in enforced  idle-  ��������� hess.  II. McOutcheon aud Jas. Mc-  Oreath went to Sidley and Chapaca  this week, the former in connection  with thc customs and the latter on  a business trip.  EI. Ii. Stevenson, G. P. B. agent,  at Midway, will take his annual  holidays this month, which he and  Mrs. Stevenson will spend at Lyt-  and tho, coast. They will be away  about three weeks.  Joe. .Wihnsliurst, road foreman,  came in from the Kettle river Tuesday, where he has been repairing  the fngram bridge. A now pier  and span was put in. The work  occupied twelve days.  Geo. Lyson came in from Cobalt  this weak. Mr. Lyson was one of  the old time prospectors of the  Boundary, and is at present interested in a number of claims in  Deadwood camp. Ee left for Rossland Tuesday in connection with a  deal on the Ah There.  Galloway Bros., grocers, are giving up business, both members of  the linn having decided to study for  professions. They have, been  in business about four years and  have made a success of the grocery  business, and no doubt will be  equally successful in the professions  they decide to adopt.  The fraternal societies of Greenwood all have electric light emblems at tho door of Fraternity  Hall. The first to pub in an electric sign was the Knights of Pythias  about a year ago, with a plain "K.  P."; the next was the Masonic  order, about three months ago,  with the square arid tho compass,  and last week the Odd Fellows put  up the three links.  John Noye, aged -12 years, was  found dead near the glory hole at  the Mother Lode mine Sunday last.  He bad gone tip to the Mother Lode-  Wed nesday looking for work. The  cause of death was heart failure.  The funeral took place Monday  afternoon, the Miners' Union having charge, service being held in  the-'MetlipdisL church. Deceased  was a native of Cornwall. I'lng.,  and has a ; brother, Thomas, residing in Greenwood.  Litigants are not the only losers  during the Hitting of court. Yesterday George Cunningham, mining  recorder, lost a razor bono, ond Jas.  Birnie, deputy sheriff, a new pipe,  while attending to their' olliicial  duties. The bono and pipe had  beeu left in the wash room at the  court house and disappeared during  the day, .Some unfortunate .litigant, has tried to play even with  justice in ii small way. The pipe  was a new one, and the 'hone an  old ono, having (tome from tho  County Antrim a century ago.  The present owners aro to bo eon-  gratulnted on their acquisitions  and their discrimination in the selection.  "Cariboo Brand" Tape_Gutla  Percha .Fuse is the highest grade.  Hunter-Kendrick Co. are distributors.  Mrs. IT. R. Stevenson of Mid-  -way is spending the week with her  mother, Mrs. Jas.. Haverty.  Mrs. C. J. Lunday, W. Powers  and S. A. Crowell were Midway  visitors in the city this week.  Mark F. Ma'dden, president of  the Providence company, is in the  city on business connected with the  mine.  The Meycrhoff franch, adjoining  the Mid way townsite, was sold last  week. The price has not been  made public.  Rev. M. D. and Mrs. McKoe are  spending their vacation near Spokane and will not return until  about the Sth August.  Mrs. Phil McDonald moved this  week lo Phoenix, where she will  reside until Mr. McDonald's return  from Northern Ontario.  Jno. Mc'Leod was brought in to  the hospital from Eholt, Tuesday.  While digging out a boulder the  .pick slipped and went through the  right foot.  Among the legal gentlemen in  the city this week attending court,  were Judge Cochran, D. Whiteside,  and F. Miller, Grand Forks; andv  0. J. Lpggatt, Midway.  It-is"reported that the 0. P. R.  have purchased tho Midway and  Vernon charter and will build-both-  ways from Midway���������up the West  Fork" and south to Spokane.  Jas. Gorman, F. J. Swehell, and  IT. Clark, shareholders in tho  Greeen wood-Fremont Company,  wero iu the city this week inspecb-  the work being done on the Fremont.  ���������      \  The   member   for Yale-Cariboo  sports a clean shaven upper lip.  The rea'sou for the disguise is nob  known to those outside of tho machine, and may not'have any political significance.  that he had  been   refused because  he happened to be an' Englishman.  We are iu a room here, having  to clear out of the mine rooms the'  day after we came out.  How aro chance'3 of a job around  whore you are} for we are sick of  this country and everything attached to-it.  I've been nothing if .not a Britisher up till now, but this is about  the worst deal that possibly could  have been done to any nation.  They had all the S. A. C. & A. lot  of military guarding the mines,  when there was no need for it, but  the worst insult is the putting on  of a lot of tlie silliest looking curs  of Dutchmen as special police, and  they glory in letting one know that  they are getting some of - their own  back.  I've been in three campaigns  with the Old Country, but never,  again, if I had to look ��������� down the  nni'/.y.le of a gun for cowardice.  AVe are coming back, and we are  coming if we have to walk. There  is a yarn here that there is some  more land for us if we come back  to Canada,. Your? sincerely,  Jack EEen-dky,  He'rcules mine, Boxburg,  Transvaal.  quickly for the good  of this graft-  cursed country.���������Ed.]  CITY COUNCIL.  We are headquarters for nine  grocerieo and satisfactory prices  Russcll-Law-Caulfield Co.  DEFENDS SMITH CURTIS.  Call and see the new   line  enamel goods at Logan & Co.  of  SOUTH AFEICA  Interesting Letter from One Who  .Fought-and Got it in the Neck.  Tlie following letter was forwarded to The Ledge by \V. S.  Keith of Sumpter, Ore. The writer  is an old South African .comrade of  Mr. Keith, and has served in three  campaign!* with the British colors,  ft is not to be wondered at that he  is disgusted at the ''treatment re.  ceived by those who contributed  to the success of' tho British in  South Africa. Mr. Hendry was at  oiie time a resident of Rossland :  Kordshy, June 1.0, 1007.  Wo are in the midst of a strike  just now, and it is either to be the  making of the country or every  white man will have to get out.  The mine magnates are showing  their hand nqw and if the government does not step in wo aro finished. During elections they tried  to stir up What would bo called  racial fouling, that was to keep out  labor members, thinking that they  would go baud in hand with the  Dutch. Well, now they havo  switched around and aro chipping  the doppci'H on thc back and  bringing them to work at the  mines ; of course telling them that  the mines should bo theirs and not  the Britishers. One group in advertising for mon iu Staiulorton,  had the nerve to say that no British  llced apply.    One chap wrote  EuiToii Lkiicik : In reference to  an item first appearing in your  paper and copied into several  others, reflecting"on Smith .Curtis  aud  his  election   methods, I hope  ill the intercut of-fn-ir plny'-you-will-  publish this contradiction  of that  story.      You   say   "the   witness,  Sinclair, swore that  he had  given  an option on his property for $30,-  090.to Smith  Curtis, but after the  election there was no more heard  of it."    You should have also said  that   the   prisoner,   Sinclair,   was  convicted  of obtaining money under false pretenses in spite of this  oath.    Unfortunately  for me, this  Sinclair was in  my  employ at the  time and told me he "was going to  try and get Mr. Curtis to sell this  ranch for  him,   and  that he was  going to  vote   for   him   anyway.  Subsequently Mr.   Curtis, saw nie  and asked me as to  the real value  of the  ranch, which  I told  him,  and he replied that he would have  nothing to do  with  it.    This  was  before   the   election.    Mr.   Curtis  never had an option on the ranch,  and   Sinclair   worked   and   voted  against him for a consideration.  R. G. Sidi.ky,  A disgusted Liberal.  Sidley, B. C, July 19, .1907.  [The Ledgo based its remarks on  the sworn statement of Sinclair. If  lie did not tell   the  truth on oath,  the best course to pursue would be  to  charge   Sinclair   with   perjury  and settle the question.    The item  was published to show tho peculiar  methods resorted to in the hidt provincial campaiu by  the nou-"dis-  gustible"   portion  of  the   Liberal  party in this section of Canada.   It  is well known that previous to the  elections the interior of this province  was Hooded  with  bills of a  bank  not doing   business   in the  West.    It is remarkable that these  bills were distributed only by the  presumably iioii-"dinguatiblo" Lib-  City conncil met in regular session Monday evening. Present,  Mayor Bunting and Aldermen  Desrosiers, Nelsol and Sullivan.  Minutes of previous meeting read  aud adopted.  A letter was read from the Vancouver Pipe company, giving the  cost and weight of four and six-  inch pipe per foot. The mayor  stated he had'instructed clerk to  order pipe. On motion mayor's  action iu ordering pipe was endorsed. The question of labor was  discussed, and it was reported that  there would be no difficulty iu securing men to complete the waterworks system.  A. letter was read from Kobt. H.  Hargreaves, instructor of the Boys'  Brigade, asking for assistance iu  procuring gymnasium outfit. The  sum of 825 was granted.  All spoke of having received  complaints from residents in reference to the band not having given  open.air concerts iluring the season.  It was pointed out that in addition  to S25 iu cash per month, the  band had free room, light and  wood, totaling between .8500 and  8600 per annum. It was thought  that Borne return should be made  to the ratepayers for this expenditure. A motion was finally passed  instructing the clerk to write the  band that unless they fulfilled their  agreement with city, the council  would discontinue "monthly donation after 31st August.  Fire and light committee were  "ihltfli'ctetl'to~confer with''firechief  re practices, testing of fire alarm,  etc. It was stated that although  an agreement had been entered  calling for at least 12 practices, the  brigade had fallen short 10 or 11  practice's in the past year.  Fire and light committee were  instructed to inspect the bath tub  and connections recently put in at  the fire hall and report at next  meeting.  Waterworks committee reported  agreement for dam site on Providence creek completed.  Cemetery and pound committee  reported that work had not yet-  been started on the water system  for cemetery.  Finance committee reported the  following accounts correct, which  were ordered paid:  Greenwood Waterworks Co $133 25  Hunter-Keudrick Co      6 75  Canadian Rubber Co      8 90  Ore Exhibit to Winnipeg-     17 00  Council adjourned.  S. /T. Smith-  to pay $7  COUNTY COURT.  His Honor Judge Brown held  county court here Tuesday and  Wednesday. As usual, the most  interesting case, and the one requiring the greater number of wit  nesses, and the most conflicting  evidence came from Anarchist  Mountain.  Winifred S. Lord and George  Melville Holt, were admitted to  citizenship. The docket was as  follows:  Smith & McEwen v. S. T. Smith  ���������Judgement summons and ordered  to pay $10 a month. I H. Hallett  for plaintiffs.  P. Burns & Co. v.  Defendant ordered  month.  Mclntyre" &  McDonald   v.  A  Maslonks���������Judgement   Bummons  Laid ov������r.    A. M.  Whiteside for  plaintifis.  Hunter Kendrick Co. v. C. A.  Hazleberg���������Judgement summons.  Ordered to pay $15 a month. I.  H. Hallett for plaintiffs.  Hamill & Shaw v. Henderson���������  Defendant ordered to pay 825 a  month. A. M. Whiteside for  plaintiffs.  McDonald v. Mclnnes���������adjourned until first Tuesday iu September. A. M. Whiteside for  plaintiff. I H. Hallett for defendant.  Guy v. Roy & Foulds ���������Judgement by default. I. H. Hallett  for plaintiff.. . ,  Williams v. Almquist���������This is a  most complicated case, or series of  cases, involving all sorts of claims  and counter claims, damages and  counter damages. The case, it is  heedless to say. comes from Anarchist mountain. The witnesses  are about evenly divided as to  numbers, arid are widely divergent  in the conclusions arrived at on  points at issue. His honor is unruffled at the end of two days of  .most conflicting evidence. The  counsel are: C. J. Leggatt and  D. Whiteside for plaintiff, and A.  M. Whiteside for the defense.  K. of P. Install.  B. C. COPPER CO. DIVIDEND.  orals, That Mr. Sidley is "disgusted" with the Liberal machine  is not surprising. That ho still  remains a Liberal is also not sur-  ing to those who know Mr. Sidley.  lie is one of those who beleive  that there are a'siillioieiit number  of tho Alexander McKenzie stamp  in the party to eventually purify it.  And all independent thinkers will  iigrco with him that tho purifying  up to the Mincrd'  uniou stating' process cannot commence any too  Mining is conducted for the purpose of paying dividends, and  the  Miner is frequently called upon to  chronicle the fact that some provincial   company has declared a  dividend.    It is most welcome news  that the B.  C. Copper Co.,   which  owns the Mother Lode group and  the smelter at Greenwood, has declared   an  initial dividend of 25  cents   per 'share..   The   dividend  will be 15 cents, or a total  of 40  cents   per share.   This  donation  will     be fully    appreciated      by  the   shareholders,  as it   probably  indicates that the company intends  to pay quarterly  dividends of 25  cents per share or $1 pejj annum iu  dividends.    Any additional profits  will be apportioned in  the way  of  bonuses to the shareholders.    The  affairs of the B. C. Copper company  are in a most prosperous condition,  with plenty of pay ore in sight in  its mines, aud a largo and improved  diuelter in which to reduce its ore,  it evidently has a long life of prosperity before it.���������Itosslaud Miner.  Have your jewelry, cleaned and  repaired at A. Logan and Go's.  At the regular meeting of Greenwood Lodge No. 29 K? of P., held  last evening the following officers  were installed by Duncan Murray,  D. D. G. M., assisted by acting  grand officers G. C. Logan, G. ������P.,  and A. D. Hallett, G. M. at A.  A. J. Morrison, C. C.  Wm. Rowe, P.  P. Clune, M. of W.  A. D. Hallett, P. C,  K.  of R.  and S.  Wm. Embree, M. of F.  Frank Steel, M. of E.  E. J. Vandergrift, I. G.  Chas. Deitz was taken to the Old  jg      Some Loweryisms   ������������������'������  It does not pay always to be in a  hurry. John Houston rushed back"  from the sand hills of Nevada to  pick up a printing plant in Vancouver and hie away to Prince ���������Ru-  perl in order to get out the first  paper at that point. .Upon his arrival there be found that the com-'  pany would not let him locate, and  he writes that next spring is time  enough to go there and fears that  his health will break  down if he    *  loafs until then. He should hire  a boat and print his paper on the  ocean. This would insure him always of having a breezy journal.  Premier McBride met with, a  truly Western reception in Vancouver last Saturday and even the  good Grits cheered oue of the greatest of our native sons. Judging  from the esteem in which Richard  is held by tho people of this province it will be mauy a day before  he will have to rush out of Victoria  exclaiming, "A horse, a horse, my  kingdom [for a horse, or an. a,uto-  moblel '  England has always beeu kind to  American   humorists.    A   generation ago London  went  wild  over  Artemus War J, aud he decided to  die in that country.    Jim Warduer  sold more, copies of his book  in  England than he did in   America,  including        Fairhaven.     Coldly  treated in sunny California,   Bret  Harte spent the last twenty  four  years of his life in England.    Mark  Twain has just returned from what  will probably be his last trip across  the Atlantic, because for sometime  past Mark has been quietly gettiug  funeral rates from competing  undertakers.    Mark had the time of  his life in England this summer  and was fairly sober during all the  festivities that were lavished  upon  him.    He toured   the high  spots  around the throne and  had roast  chicken   every   day    for   supper.  Mark admits that the visit to the  tight little island took seven years  ofi his life, but he has not yet di-.  vulged the beverage that he used  although'it is generally known that  it was not John Bull Bitters.    Mark  brought bacik with him nearly every  thing except a title.    Being too old  to get married again he does not  need one in the United States.  Men's Home at Kamloops last week  by 8. T. Larsen of Rock Creek.  Mr. Dietz was one of the old timers  iu this part of the country, coming  up the Columbia in .the 60's during  the placer excitemeut at that time.  He, with others, took gold out of  Boundary and Rock creeks iu the  early days. For a number of years  he has resided near Rock Creek,  and for the past four or five years  has lived with 8. T. Larsen. He  is over eighty years of age.  New   souvenirs   just  iu  at A.  Logan & Co's.  To arrive this week���������another car  of wheat, oats, chopped feed, bran  and shorts.  Hon  Russell- Law-Caullield  Borden  will  tour  H.   L.  British Columbia from September  24th to October 1st. A Bpecial 'invitation should be.issued to him to  come to Greenwood and speak.  Everyone interested in politics here  would greatly enjoy hearing him  talk ou Dominion politics.  Job printing of every description  done promptly at The Ledge office.  A dispatch iu  the dailly press  bells about a doctor who saw  his  father die while 3000 miles distaut.  This is telepathy and not so rare  as some think.    I have known several  people who had  experiences  siiuilarto   the New  York doctor.  They were all highly nervous; just  like men  and  women  who easily  see spooks upon a dark night.    Telepathy is yet a baby science, but if  wireless telegraphy can successfully  throw thought through space,   the  human mind should   be able to do  the same thing.    I once  knew  a  Spokane miningman who  claimed  that he, talked to his  wife every  night, that he was miles away from  her.    The   method   was  perfectly  safe.    I experimented a great deal  with thought trailtference, but with  only  moderate success.    I  would  sit for hours at a tiuiojn my office  aud send telepathic messages to my  delinquent subscribers,but not once  did I get what I considered a mental  reply through space, though quite  frequently I afterwards received  a  a material reply through the mail.  I am satisfied that when it conies  to a matter of thought transmission  through space between  two telepathic mentalities,  that it makes  no difference whether they are six  feet  or six thousand feet away.  Some have this power just the samt  as the gifted few have .along obhei  lines of what might be called the  mysteries of genius.  The Eastern press are poking fun  at the. West because burglars recently broke into 23.offices in Vancouver and only realized $60 in  plunder, and are gently insinuating  that" the wealth of the West is all  in the air. . The cent belt papers  do not undedstand the Western situation. Here the chances - are so  great to make money that businessmen do not-keep it in,their offices  even over- Sunday night. They  keep it moving so fast from one  deal to the other that the loss from  friction is becoming a serious matter. ��������� A $20- gold piece will grow  thin in Vancouver in six months.  It is not necessary in Toronto to  break open safe3 in order to get  money. All you have to do is to  is to stamp Cobalt on something  and flash it before the multitude.  The wealth snatched from the  prairies-is rapidly coming to the  Coast for a permaueut location. .  It is coming so fast that the problem of supplying houses to the ever  increasing throng is already a serious matter, and a famiue in dwellings is due here the coming fall. It  is pleasing to have prosperity, but  a city can have too much of that  for-the comfort and convenience of  its citizens.  -. Ten years ago there was a milling stock boom in British Columbia  and little attention was paid the  fruit or real estate. The stock  boom faded away, leaving many a  sore heart perched upon a pile of  gilt calored certificates, but mining  did nob cease. It has gone steadily  on, the increase alone in the production of copper in this Province  within the past decade amounting  to over S00 per cent. All the signs  now point to veritable boom in real  mining and the wise ones, are already preparing for its advent which  must come in 'OS or '09.  THE B.C. MINING EXHIBIT  Boundary Country Sends a Display  of Ore Sample^.  The following appeared in  the  Winnipeg Free Press of the lSbh  inst. and speaks for itself: ,  . It is  remarkable  to attract  an  embassy        from       the      Ophir  of     British     Columbia   ���������    the  boundary     country . ��������� yet   such  has been the case this year.    E. J.  Reynoles on behalf of the Greenwood Board of Trade, has a stand  in   the   man u factu rers'_   build ing,  showing specimens of theglitteriug  ore of the mines in Greenwood and  Phoenix.    Women are drawn to it  as to a jeweller's shop   window.  The specimens are  from  the Tip  Top,  gold  and   silver;    Fremont,  gold and silver; Mother Lode, copper; Sally, gold and silver; Elkhorn  gold and silver (value SI50 to  the  ton);iGold Bug,   gold  and  silver;  Providence, gold aud silver (value  $120 to the ton); Snowshoe; Emma,  Denoro, and Monte Carlo,  copper;  Skylark, gold and  silver;  Jewel,  gold and silver;  Grauby,   copper  and gold; King Solouion,  copper;  Prince'  Henry,   gold and , silver;  Strathmore, gold and silver; Crescent, gold and silver; Bay, gold and  silver (value, $125 per ton).  There are also samples of the copper blister and  the matte,   from,  which the former is made.    There  are photographs of Greenwood on  the walls of tho stall, as well as a  statement that on July 0, 38,000  tons of ore was mined.  -   V' ������������������*���������;--���������  11"  Greenwood, B. C, July 25, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  ���������"a.  ; KBSBsaBSBWSBiiffMmBaiaaaB,  ummer  We are commencing our annual summer sale on  Wednesday, July 10th. It is oar intention to clear  our entire stock of" Summer Goods and Millinery at  greatly reduced prices. Call early and inspect our  stock while sizes and lines remain complete.  U  n  g  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods.  Millinery, m  | control with tho pressure in the  j mains and the volume of water in  .reserve  at the present time.    Tho  Angry Scot���������Look here Mr.   O'Brien! I've the verra  greatest  respect for yer country, but ye canna  object hi inplalling tho system was ; forget this: Ye can sit  on  a  rose,  and ye caii sit on a shamrock,   I  0 man, ye canna sit on a thistle.  The Kootenay Belle is not a girl,  lb is a cigar that every smoker  should be introduced to.  I accuracy, in  local ing and  speed in  and ye caii sit on a shamrock,   but  'getting to a fire.    .If  the  systoin  ; can' not  be made  to fill  these re-  ���������'qui"rements throw  it  out  and   try  i  , some other.    The driver o.f the lire  ; team does not locate a  lire  by in-  ; tuition, but by the gong, and would  | be  foolish  to  start from   the hall  i without  definite  information as to  j his destination.  I  The church is said to bo the pillar  i and ground of the  truth.    As  the  *%���������?  >������0  \������. ���������������"  ���������'<ir>^������r>'<^c>'<^c>^'<  Mouniainccr and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by-  3. & CDelin .$ go., nelson  NG  %\  THE SMOKE  From British Lion and  [ground  of tho truth it  represents  i that, consensus of leaching in things  I religious which  are   found   within  ~ " i the word of Cod.    As the pillar of |  Tfjffi LEDGEiniih i(i is ili!it liot,-v to wliich ���������ms  'icen intrusted   the  domination  of  CONTRACTOR  euu market Hotel  [s the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   Iirilish ; Columbia.  HEMKY  -STEGE,   PROPR.  n n  mm  w  DM  ESTABLISHED   IN     1836.  m BUILDER  .meron.  Mainland Cigars can be  -seen  all  over British Co-  lumbia.  Wm.  Tietjen  mak  es 1  :hem in  Vancou-  ver,  at  d   Nat  Darling  .sells  the  jm on the road.  *  Is published every Thursday at Green-; the truth of (!od to man wherever  wood, B. C, and the price is *5 a year, j foum],_Kev. YV. It. Roberts,  postage free to all partsof Canada, U,.iU-d j 1)n;sl)vt(;i..,uii  l]a ^^  States,  Mexico and  Great   Hntani.    Jo " ' .    .      .  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  JAS. W. GRIER,  PUBLISHER.  Vices are great travellers: so are  diseases: so  are  bad  manners;  so  i are all the effects  of  poverty  and  ! ignorance.    And the worst evil  of  I all  this  intercourse  of  weak  and  GREENWOOD,   B.   C , JUL V 25, 1907  strong,   favored  and   unfortunate,  is the arrogance and the harshness  and brutality which is bred in -the  Thk weather  has  been so warm  strong, and its awful  recoil  upon  in the past two weeks that even  members of the Laurier cabinet  have not resigned.  themselves.���������Rev.   J.   0.  Adams,  Episcopal, Hartford, Conn.  What better school could God  devise for character building than  that in which we live���������nature with  Thk latest report is that McPhar-  Eegnhir    monthly   meetings of jlaiul> the detective, is to become an  Greenwood lod������e, No:-2S   A. F. it (evangelist.    He  will  probably  be its endless  variety,   constant sur  A. M. arc  hold on the fin't Thur8-fa success, for it must  be admitted  prises and marvellous beauty;   the  home, with its delights, obligations  and affections; society, broadening  out from home until it embraces  humanity at large, and makes 111 on  akin with it all through sympathy,  fellowship and appeals for service?  ��������� Rev. M., A. Breed, Congregational ist, "\tonticello, Iowa  day  in   each month, iu Fraternity]that the  repentance    of   Orchard  hall, Wood block, Government St., j cannot be attributed  to any but  Greenwood.    Visiting brethren are j buman agency.   cordially invited to attend.  E. G. AWii'iii'.v \V. "AT.  J. S. 151KXi k, Secretary  W. P. M.  1 What was known as Greenwood  Typogjaphical Union, No.".'!.*5.S) is  1 down and out, the secretary of the  1.1. T. U. having called in the ch'ar-  :ter, Heal and books. This was ow-  j ing to  some  of the   members  not  _ Dealer in                                              I  I Windows, Doors,         |  I ' Turned Work and    |  1 "Ti (Inside Finish. f  j SlIhYGIA HKWMTC. j  j MANITOBA                     1  I Wood Fibre Plaster'!  I PHONE   65                    J  %llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!llilllHIUUinililll#.  Leading Tailor of the  ICootenays.  ������.&.<)    J  vz  T^E^O]NlT Hods  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European'  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold iu  t"-e safe.  Malone   |&   Tnegilllis  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. O,  Is a  comfortable  home,,for  all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTLi.  ONE of the oldest banks "do ing* business-in this'  country. . ��������� _     ^ -  56 Branches in Canada and-United States  Prompt attention given to collections.  Saving's   Deptment.���������Deposits of ������1.00 and  upwards received.     Interest paid halt-yearly.  Draffs bong-lit nnd sold and .a general banking-  business transacted.'  H. F. STOW, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  '++���������  H-.-ri  .  BANK  .OF   MONTREAL  ifczfc'&rfci';)  ESTA3U5H   D   1BI7.  |3    PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000.      '    REST,  51 1 ,000,000  *T"|i , UN DIVIDED P ROFITS, $422,689.98  rf-rj   Ui'iii'i-.il Ilaiikim; Uii.Hiiii-,4|Tr:ni-.:ir<lc'l.    llrafta i-suu-1 on nil point-4, and  (Jolloo  tA- - tion.. Hindu lit Inn-co* rate*.  ���������fSP   SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   )    W. F. PROCTOR,  {t*h  I  I 8 r?5^21.  \W5������  When you want a  monument or  ('i-ppinvood Miners'   Union  No. j Pay*'*g  clues   or   assespmont,   and | headstone  write, to  the Kooteuay  *''>   W   F  M.    meets pverv Safur-'C0UHe'luent*y tQe  others had either j Marble Works, Xelson, B. G.  diiv pvciiinit in Union nail", Copper!t0  Put  UP  or  Iet  che charter go. I    Job Printing nt The Ledge.  ������������������tiw-ot-  -it- "-'{O I A new charter may be applied for. i '   Vlso'in'llall  at Mother Lode!���������*   union  being suspended,  the!SMOKY LINES FROM THE  PINES.  mine, Thursday  evenings at 7:30.!Label    ("*imiot    be    usec1'   exco^  ,,     .,    , 'fraudulently.    That  is  the reason  Im'A.vk Stkki,, President. . .    T   ,  , ,     -->    .   -- MU  the Label does  not appear on The  R. A. M.vn.ii'soN, Secretary,     i Ledge this week.    The  pvhlters of  j the district hope to again b"e work-  "Wliat can: I for the world, sir,  .So I have niv citrar?"  [ (With apologies to Frank Stanton.)!  In   the  shadow of the pine trees, at the  iimiin-rni * I    Uinni/rno    nr   TUT '                              "��������� " warm day's welconie close, "  INDUSTRIAL   WORKEnS   OF  THE i ing   under   a   local   charter  in   a ' In the (|iiiet of the gloaming, ere I seek  WORLD                 --  ;'month or six   weeks.    Wages and \ the night's repose,  gf eenw ood local no. 311       j hours will remain the same.  -M eels first and third Wednesdays of every I   .       ,  .    ���������     t^      i       tt   ii     .o ,.--.- ftvi," nl tllA annramo   m���������rt   'n/lrroo i ^"<l   light  It   (lUlte COIlteilteillV, alld HllfT  month in Eagles Hall at8 p. in.   Visiting |     vm*. or ine supreme court judges | ...., ���������..n- '  meuiliers cordially invited to atteud.       " ' at the   COftSt   has   gone   Oil   strike. \  ������������������ I liil   my  colored   meerschaum,  or  pe'r-  I chance mv Irish clav,  Frank Spearing, r'in. sec'y,  Edgar W. Dyts-rs, President.  A. D. MORRISON  Gr*and,For*ks  and Phoenix  Jeweler and Optician,  dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Glass Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  The military has not yet been|  called out. No serious rioting or  damage to property has been reported. Should unlawful acts be  be resorted to it is believed the  local militia will be able to protect  law-abiding citizens and judges  who didn't ���������'come out'' on the request of the walking delegate. The  ditlioulty is of.long standing and is  believed to have originated over  the discussion  some years  ago as  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, li. C., is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Niven. Prop.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but I lie best brands  of ��������� liquors unci cigars.  Morning; .bracers and  itutl evening hyballs al-  ways���������within easy-reach  of the ' barkeep,"  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  and pull"away.  ruff, purr, purr.  Let the world he smooth or rough,  A pipe or good tobacco  Brings me happiness enough.  Is sleep the time for dreaming?   Well, I  dream my dreams awake;  I love the varying visions that a wreath  ol" smoke can make.  The ' scent   of good tobacco makes me  reconciled to slay'   ���������  tn a world that's full of trouble, so 1 pufl*  and pull" away.  run*, puir, purr.  What though fortune should rebuff,  to whether their  lordships  should!    A pipe of good tobacco  Or Should not wear wigs and scarlet ���������     Brings me happincs-i enough.  pajamas while in   the   discharge of ; In the smoke around me curling, rise the  their official duties.    Every   union | mountains decked in green;  man  in  the  country  will sympa-1Now H������c-pniiries with their wheatf.elds  ,i . ...   ..        . ., .       ... i1 change the beautv of the scene,  thize with the striking -justice, and  .-,,,,      , n , '. ,  ������ * ' Isext,   the  broad  Ontario   meadows  are  The  eeo ���������" Jlote  SflflDON;  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and "Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Everything up-to-date.  CU. m. "BEflriETT  PROPRIETOR  id.  in or*  ^j% 4-'  is*  Gele  verti  4-.  rate  .CRAXl'ROOK, 1!. C.  Has the largest stock of "Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYKR and  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead,eacli. .$i oo  Gold-Silver St 50   Silver.Lead. .Si-5">  Zinc. .52.00    Gold Silver with copper or  lead. .52.50.  Prompt attention   given   lo all samples  25 per. cent, discount upon five samples-  tBAKEREST.. NELSON.  P, 0. Drawer, noS. . Phone, A67  The Reception Hotel  In Camborne gives nil Its patrotm  the purest food, drink and'eigam,  James   Lindsley Prop.  we feel assured will be prepared to  support him not only morrally but  physically if need be. Down with  the tyrants ! say we.  The fire alarm sent in Monday  would indicate that the system is  not in perfect working "order. Jt  wii6 fully ten minutes after the  alarm was sent in before the driver  could tell where to go. The alarm  boxea should be tested every few  days. Presumably some one of the  city officials is responsible for, and  should make regular tests of the  fire-alarm system. There should  be no hap-hazard about it. Kate-  payers have paid for the installation of the system, and are paying  for its maintenance. So long as it is  in working order it is a protection  to property, if it is not in perfect-  working order it is a menace. The  time elapsing between tho alarm  and arrival of team at the .Imperial  Monday was suflicicnt to give a  fire Huch headway iu the wooden  buildings along Copper' street that  it would be dilllcult to get it under  reviewed in grand array,  And I 'see  the cattle browsing, as I puff  and puff away.  Puff, puff, puir.  Though life's road be long and rough,  A pipe of gooil tobacco  Brings me happihess enough.  Old chums, I loved, come sailing thro'  each misty wreath that curls,  I seethe home of childhood, feel the warm  kiss of the girls;  The cares that oft beset me have a silver-  tinted ray,  Aud I feel that life's woilli living, as I  puff find pull" away.  Purr, puir, purr.  Lire is rosy, lire is rough.  A pipe or good tobacco  Jtrings me happiness enough.  And r smile iujny contentment, for no  visions can provoke,  When the balmy hir is scrnted with old-  time tobacco smoke*"  My worldly store is scanty, my locks- are  turning gray,  Yet I forget to worry, as I puff ami puff  away,  Puir, puir- pulT.  Let the world go smooth or rough,  A pipe or good tobacco  firings me huppim-wi enough."  W: J. N'juhon, Hosiiliuid, H. C.  !<*ttC38QeSC**������������8<3&������8e<9������e*3-89������  SEEDS !  TREES  PLANTS  h'or the farm, garden, lawn  or conservatory. Tested Stock or  Reliable Approved Varieties, al  reasonable prices.  Bee supplies, Spray Pumps and  Spraying Material, Cut Powers, etc.  nicn we  ?or over  ee years we are  2W*  1  urchasin  |; Ice Cream, 20c. per Dish  I Ice Cream Sundaes, 20c. per dish.  I; Ice Cream Sodaes. 15c. per Glass.  Orangeade, 10c. per glass.  Lemonade, iOc. per Glass.  Mi lie, 10c. per Glass,  Milk Shakes, loc per  alss, Etc  CATALOGUE FKEE  M.'J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  se iNew  STARKEY & CO.  nhlson, h. c. ���������'���������'  wholrsalk  dkalkrs in;  Produce   and. Provisions  es,  which  Bulk and Fancy, Boxes,    we carry  brent varIeties..of these  shipments on the road  Look out, for NO. 25  nze Every."  s. JBre  s tue  |\J F'  'J  0      %d Esamea  The Windsor Hotel  or Grand Forks, Ii, C, caters to; /-j f\j j      SH ���������  ,���������i������������������,������������������������i,������Nk,��������� ������i.or���������,������n Copper Street, Greenwood.  a. b. 3L0A* Manager EVEEYBODY, INCLUDED  m HUNTING NO. 25  9  <.8.i  f  il .- -v.  THE GREENWOOD.LEDGE.  Greenwood, B. C, July 25, 1907.  1  I  Kings 'Liquor 'Scotch Whiskey  '   '    ' :   ���������        ��������� 12 Years Old  "  "3.\Y. Bnrmester s White Port.  ,las. Henncasy & Co's 8-Star Brtuidy.    ���������  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ]|TO RENT   "'  (111 3-Tloomed Cottage  5-]toonied Flat.  ('-Itoomed'House."       S-Koomed House  Comfortable Cottage for Sale.  ALEY-INVESTMENT AND'TRUST CO. ..LTD  " Opposite Postofiice. Greenwood, B. C  jjj*j'*i*aEr*������**-'i*^^  of the   boundary  Districf,' if  -Furniture, just drop us ;i line  suit/your fastes and your, pockets. __  you  want  We cau-  tug belonging to tho Claxton cannery, and from off the deck of .'this  smoky craft standing, ou the dock  one fiue'morning in early April "did  he perceive the object of his soliloquy. ' lie bowed and scraped, and  scraped and bowed his 'attentions  before the object of his .dream. At  first little attention was paid to his  chivalrous unties' by the young  lady. He 'persevered in genuflections until he became abore. The  elderly gentleman then cut the  cards and took .a hand. After the  deal there was a man wanted on  the tug. Juliet went to Vancouver  her winter .home. The Japanese  followed suit, and , meeting the  young lady on Granville street, renewed his ode of love, and followed  her in all directions.! An appeal  was niiide to tho Japanese consul  to have the undesirable desist from  farther annoyance. The youth  laughed at this. lie still kept on.  A]!"tliro!igh Vancouver's moist  winter did he nurso and mature  his plans .for the coining season.  This spring he went fishing with  the Dominion cannery,' but, lie  didn't throw his net out as often as  a good fisher should.' He basked  in the Skeeua's mildewed sun, caparisoned in oil-skin trappings, opposite the Port Arthur of his affections, until he thought the citadel  sufficiently weak to allow it,s taking  by storm. He screwed his courage  up to the sticking point on Monday  NELSON, B. C.  AGENTS FOB THE BELL PIANO.  agasaatSaa"^*}*^!  ,. -'The Uses of Copper.  The average man, if asked to  .nauae, 'off hand, the uses of copper,  would be likely to say.;that the  metal was used mainly for.-'coining  pennies and making wire", yet these  uses employ barely ^more than a  quarter of-the copper that is pro:  duce'd. On second thought he  might smile at naming copper coin-  ago "as an important consumer of  the-metal, yet* his first thought  would be nearer right than his second, for the Chinese Empiro has  used fifty thousand tons of copper  for making new coins, within. the  past two yours, thereby increasing  the circulating niedium'of the country to the extent of. four ounces for  each' inhabitant���������for while, fifty  thousand.tons of copper is a large  quantity of metal, sufficient to load  a thousand freight ears of the heaviest type used on American railroads  it is but quarter of a pound avoirdupois per capita, when divided  among four hundred million people.  Only the expert, or those engaged  most actively iu the copper industry, Have'the slightest idea of "the  diversiiied'uses to which"copper' is  put, as shown by a chapter on the  uses of the metal in the new edition  of the Copper Handbook, published  by Horace J. Stevens, of Houghton  Michigan. According to this book  copper enters into almost every  form of human activity, and the  multiplicity of its uses "is most surprising.   .Electric light, power and |'of last week, and with inufiled feet  FfrF==5==^===:  Is tlie best, furnished hotel in tho Boundary  district.     It   is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity.   Excellent sample^  rooms.   Thc bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  .at any hour, day or night  Fresh and Salt, Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock. ���������      |  Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per  i9m9������99i8������9Qtt������Q������QQQG9������������9������Q9999Q&Q������������ty^9^a9to9&QQ ^  traction are immense consumers of  the metal in the form of wire, and  telephones and telegraphs find it  indispensable, yet electricity requires only a trifle more than a  quarter of the metal made. The  engineering trades cciifiimo more  than half of all the copper produced,  mainly in the form of brass, but  there are about a score of friction  metals and alloys, into which copper enters as a component part.  The building trades aro enormous  .consumers of copper, and this sort  of consumption���������is .increasing rap-j  idly. Copper roofs, cornices, and  fronts'adorn the exteriors "of business buildings in thousands of  towns, while for interior work the  gteat majority of modern buildings  use copper, brass'or ��������� bronze locks,  knobs and butts. Brass pipes,  nickled, are in .modern bath-rooms  and lavatories, and brass and bronze  chandeliers, gas and electric fixtures are almost invariariable. A  dozen or more other user of copper  are mentioned."  In the m'auufacturing'world  the  uses of copper and brass are innumerable.    One concern in the Naug-  atuck valley of Connecticut buys  copper  in  ten-ton lots,   monthly,  solely for making, of watch-dials,  all of the better-grade dials being  of* copper,. enamelled.    The common pin requires hundreds of tons  of copper yearly, insignificant as a  single pin may seem.   Uals for shoes  and   tips for shoe   laces  require  metal by tho scores of  tons,   and  the thin metallic tips on  rubber-  tipped lead pencils are responsible  for a surprising depletion  in  tho  stock of the metal.  In addition to the consumption  of the metal itself, tens of thousands of tons of copper sulphate  aie required for the arts and manufactures, and for horticulture purr  poses, in spraying fruit trees,  bushes and vines. It is very evident from a perusal of the book in  question, that copper plays a vital,  and far more important part tlmii  jcoininouly Hiipposed, in Twentieth  Century civilization.  he stole through   tho tortuous and  crooked walks to  fort  No.   I.    It  About * Float'  Float is not, a  periodical.  It is a book containing S(5  illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.    It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after tho flush  days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  : Xew   Denver   long   after  _  .  iSroah was dead ; _ how   a  parson   took   a -drink at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in .  TCaslo in   'M;   how   the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts    the  roamings of a western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. ��������� It  .. contains the early history  of Nelson and  a romance  of the Silver  King mine.  In it   are   printed  three   "  western poems,  and  dozens, of article  too  numerous to mention.   Send  for one  bcfore.it   is   too  late.   The price is twenty-   " live emits, postpaid to any.'^~  part of   the   world.    Address allletters to  R. T. Lowery  NELSON.'-B. C.  was -VI and- nobody was abroad.  All was stillness. .Then Lie puttied  his nose against the young lady's  window and with both hands acclaimed his coming.  Another man took a hand in the  game the day following and Mr.-  Jap was ' brought to Essington  where he was tried before Stipendiary Magistrate Williams on the  charge of intimidation. Decision  has been reserved for eight days. ���������  l'orb Essington Sun.  A CUR QF TEA!  But if it's-from a Sealed Lead Packet'of  Job printing of every description  done promptly at The Ledge office.  Royal   Seal is one of  the  cigars sold in the mountains,  made in Nelson.  best  It is  St. Paul, Minneapolis  AND RETURN.  Tickets on sale August 8, 9, 10,  September h, 12 ami 13, account  Jamestown Exposition. Return  limit, Ninety days.  Above rate is from Phoenix, 15,  C; $60 00 Iroin Seattle. .Same  rales apply to Duliitli. Proportionately low 1 ales from Washington and Otcjfon points. Rate Lo  Chicago 866.20 (Yam Phoenix, R.C.;  ^64.00 from Spokane; fioni Seattle  S71.50. Low late.s to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Loute and many other  eastern points.  I'br a comfortable tiip Lake the  ���������'Oriental - Limited"  Standard and louiist sleepers, dining e,ir and Coinpaitment Observation Car. "Meals iu dining car on  the a la caite plan. The "Fast  Mail" is another good tiain.  For iiiforuiBtioii regarding routes  and through rales to  any eastern  ��������� paint, addiess  W. X.PERKINS,  Agent, Phoenix \\. C.  W. A. ROSS,  ���������WVsa'L Gen. Passenger Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  Great northern  Railway  the teapot results will be unequaled,  BLACK MIXED GREEN  At your grocers.   Highest Award, St. Louis, 1904.  '���������?���������</  ,'.,l-v.  -   i* i,    *  you want to get all the  news of the Boundary, subscribe for.  -"A  Roofing Paint  Coal Tar, "Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  1   Preserving Timber,  Hoofing, Pitch  And Paints.  ���������** M^A  ^     If you want commercial O  -��������� job printing of any descrip- **  tion, neatly   done   and  at  ^ reasonable prices, patronize |^j  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  E. W. Bishop,  Agent  GIIEENWOOD, B. C.  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C, has a line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed iu any uiouo-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.   "v  PACIFIC/io^  ^  <  PHOENIX, B.C.  Is opposite tlie Grout Northern depot,   and is  a  delightful haven for tho wenry traveler.   Great veins  of hot water run   through'  the entire   house,   and  ���������bat!)rooms are always ai;   thc sorvie-e of  those   in  ! search of material cleanliness.   Tlie dining room is  Ian enemy' to"dyspepsia while the'artistic appointment  ��������� of the liquid re fresh men t room makes tlie drinks go  down like .eating fruit  in- a  flower-garden.   The  sample rooms are the largest tn the  mountains and  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,*  lWC&QOOQ^QQ9������9mQ99Q9999QQ9������99Q9QV099999������90909099a  A LOVE-SICK JAP.  Is under the.'management of|Greig  & Morrison; The* rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains thc best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in tlie city. ��������� .* ���������  If you want a paper that is ^  not the subsidized tool of any ^  sect, party or corporation, ������  read X  lung-  J. Kanuiohura is in jail  dishing over blighted love. lie  has been following up a phantom  ledge that has landed him behind  a government iron capping. Poor  Orlando.  The scene of action is the winter  palace terminus���������Glaxton. The  Juliet in the play is a well known  young lady who lives at (.'luxton  when tho (lah come up from the  sea, mid at Vancouver when wintry  blasts blow.  .7.   Kainuchura,  the Hoineo  of  thit* story, hiHt year worked on a  w*.-������  THE MINERS AND MFXHANICS POLICY.  Ihhuci! by the Ocean Accident ft Ouiiruiitec Corporation,'Ltd.,  iH designed to meet tli(;re<|iiit'i'uuMitH of' wage-eiii'iicrH.  I'ayh'a Wi'icki.y Tnpkmniiy for Ionh of wage.H if injured.  Pavk Fi.'ni'I'ai, Mxi'iinsi:.-' if killed.  ISvi'iiv Kim.)  or   Achih-'nt covered  while at work, on the  Htivi't, traveling, and recrealion.  1 Costs the name-to all, irri'Mpcetivo of occupation.  The "Ocean" i'h tho largest Accident Co. in tho world.  FREDERIC W. McLAINE, Dist.Agt, Greenwood.  *:/Tsmi-Mt!*tti!mj-a-^^  IKX  hi Ii-  Greenwood, IJ. C, July 25, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE;  ������������  py  USSELL-LAW-GAULFIELD 60. g  LIMITED.  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  ered something. Ee discovered  that he had no fork.  Say, he said to the city man,  that waiter didn't give me a fork.  "Well, you don't need one, replied the other seriously.  The deuce I don't, came from  the ranchman. AVhat'am I going  to stir my coffee with?  ���������  Luck Wedding Kangs at A. Logan & Co's.  MORAL VS. LEGAL OBLIGATION.  The business actions of some  men are governed by the statutes,  and at times they skate on very  thin ice. What the law compels  them to do they do. Others carry  into business with them a strict  code os morals aiuKthey observe  their obligations whether compelled  to or not by jaw. Avery unusual  incident' happened in Chicago the  other day. A man who had been  forced into bankruptcy and had  paid HG cents on the dollar kept on  in his struggle for years rnd recently mailed checks to his creditors aggregating SGO.OOO. This  man lives in a small cottage wnich  he rents, and leads a frugal life.  The law had liberated him from  his obligations and his creditors  had no legal claims upon him, and  yet he felt that he had a moral ob-  igation to pay them even to the  last cent, and he stands erect again  with   his honor and   commercial  i  credit restored, for who would hesitate to trust a man so punctilious  to meet his moral obligations? The  example given b- the Ceicago man  is one that should be followed by  all Who are so unfortunate as to  fall in businerr.���������Rossland Miner.  Why not give your flloors a  coat of Jap-a-Lac and have ���������$  them look bright 'and new.  The cost is extremely low* and you will enjoy doing  the  Jap-a-T.acing yourself.    Natural Jap-a-Lac is a  clear, transparent finish, which dries hard with bean-'  tiful lustre.   There are 16 beautiful colors and 100  100 nses for each color.   For Sale Exclusively by  ������  *  TK6Ha-Bter-K6RdriGkGa.Lt  Bt^lSaWfttBWWp  The French chambr of deputies  have passed a bill fixing the maximum time for labor in the mines  at eight hours a day.  Union labor is renewing interest in  the proposition to establish a magnificent labor temple in Boston.  The supply ofHavana cigars is  rapidly approaching the vanishing  point as a result of the strike of  cigarmakers iu the Cuban capital.  The international Photo engravers union has signed a five years  arbitration agreement with the  National Publishers' association.  Union men of Newark, N". J.,  succeeded in defeating a non-union  clothing manufacturer for a place  on the city police board.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID 111' DAl'ITAI,, $10,(100,000.  KKSKKVK FUND, Wr.,000,000.  B.   E.  WALKER, President.        ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  IT. II.  MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  Never be without Ed in Bank  Butter, for we always .have it in  stock.    Rus8ell-Law-Caulfield  Co.  ioneer  1  JL   ���������   ���������    ���������  Gr*ee~nuiood, B. C-  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and the bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J. W. Helson  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C. *    *  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned; as merchants  iu the City of Greenwood, has this day  beeu dissolved by mutual consent. All  debts owing to the said partnership are  to be paid to, John Langdon Coles at  Greenwood aforesaid, and all claims  against the said partnership are to be presented to the said John Langdon Coles,  by whom the same will be settled.  Dated at Grrenwood, B. C, this4lh day  ofjulv, 1907. JNO. I.. COLES.  W. 31. FRITH.  Witness: A. M. WHITESIDE  Workingrmen, Take Notice.  learning  And  Braying  All kinds of heavy teaming and  di.'iving done at reasonable rates by  \V. II. Harnett. Church street.  Call him up and sec how quickly  'anything from a pound to ten tons  can he. moved.  ���������Phone. A.147  Wheu in Greenwood stay at j  your own boarding house, run by j  the Boundary Co-operative Asso-|  ciation in the Commercial hotel. J  Best board and rooms in the city, j -  Rates, $1.00 per day. j  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days'  after date   I  intend to apply to the Hon.;  Chief Commissioner- for a special timber [  license   over   the   following    described  lands:  Commencing at a post on the east side  of the Kettle river half a mile below the  forks, thence north So chains, thence east  40 chains, thence north So chains, thence  1 east 40 chains, thence south So chains,  thence west 40 clains. thence south So  chains, thence west 40 chains to point of  commencement.  No. 2.���������Commencing at a post on the  east bank of the Kettle river, opposite  Copper creek, thence north 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence west 80 chains to point of  commencement.  Dated this 3rd day of July, 1907.  Sj-3 ALEX. ROBINSON.  A inan in a city out west had a  friend from a ranch iii to see him  on a business deal the other day,  aud at noon they went to a downtown restaurant and had lunch  together. The ranchman ate his  entire meal with his knife. When  he was nearing the end he  discov-  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale'at ������10, $12 and $15  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  .'V*VW*<W<  !������p|.������fI|lN;:  ���������| We have on sale or to rent fish-  l ing tackle, fire arms, hammocks,  $ tents, ice-cream freezers, pianos,  t        organs, or a hot stove.  r  ( A'lione 16. Second Hand. *  A L. WHITE.  t  SUiMMEtf  Excursion Kates  FROM CUKES WOOD  $54.55  To \ Winnipeg, Port Arthur,  St,  Paul, Duluth,  .Sioux City.  St.  Louis,   $62.05. Chicago, $66.05  Toronto,       (80.55 Ottawa, '(84.60  Montreal,   (86.05. St. John, (96.05  Hulifux, (103.85  TICKETS ON SALE  July ������, 4,>>.       Aug. 8, 0,10  Sept. TI, 12, 1H.  Corresponding reductions  from all Kootenay points.  Tickets available for lake  route, including meale and  berths on lake steamers.  Kates quoted to any Eastern  htrtion'on application.  J.-.8. UAKTKK, V. V. A.,  NeUun.  9 T  ^^^<^%^^tV*)r**l'4V%,VVEl'  John Borroughs was talking  about the increased interest that  the world, now takes in nature and  he*- work and ways.  A modern"girl from New York,  he eaid, would not be apt to say ae  1 heard a girl say thirty years ago,  as she looked at a multitude of tadpoles in a pond.  Oh, look at the tadpoles! And  to think that someday every one of  those horrid wriggling things will  be a beautiful butterfly!  Get your old watch repaired or  or buy a new one  from  A. Logan  & Co. '_   Two Marseillaises were discussing the best method of eating game.  "Well, said one, if it is a woodcock, I hang it up on a nail by the  beak and fasten some larks on to  its claws. After a week I throw  away the woodcock and eat the  larks, which have by this time  absorbed all the favor of the woodcock.  I do the same, not to be outdone,  except that I throw away the larks  as well as the woodcock, and eat  the nail.  This civilization makes me think  sometimes that things are tending  toward the practice of the Golden  Rule. Yet how far away from it  we are. If among Christ's people,  with wealth in their hands, this  rule their inheritance toward the  advancement of was practiced; if  these people would devote tho kingdom, as Christ did, how far we  would advance along the true. line.  ���������Kev. A. J. McKelway, Presbyterian, Charlotte, N. C.  You can't get iu here on a half  ticket, exclaimed tho door-keeper  at the circuB.  I thought I could, apologized the  small town citizen. I have a bad  eye, and I /only expected to see  half the show.  Then you have to get two tickets, said the door-keeper. If you  only have one good eye it'll take  you twice as long to see the show.  Fmployer-Thia make?- the fourth  grandmother of yours that has died  this spring.  Office Boy���������I know it; ain't  these family troubles fierce?  * Papa���������I never told lies when  was a boy, Willie.  Willie-Wheu did you begin, papa?  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England.  A General Banking "Business Transacted.    Accounts may be opened by  mail with all branches of this Bank.  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of STand upwards received,"and interest allowed at current,  rates. The depositor is subject to nor delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.,  r999999999Q9QQ&M&999&9Q������G0999999999999ytt999Qm9������������m  9tt99909QMQ&QQ������9QM������������99999Q9&&Q999099&M9&&W&$% I  IP. BURNS & GO.if  1  Premier  ��������� Hungarian  Flour  Is not a new flour on the market. It'  has been in use for year*. Ask for a sack  in your next order.   Sold by  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Qreenwood.  Smith & McEwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  Milling Co'y  BRANDON, MAN.  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos to   suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your pocket.  J. A. CHENIER - - PROPRIETOR  Next door north of Pacific hotel!  Copper street, Greenwood.  Dealers in  Fresh and Salt Meats, pish and Poultry  Shops in-nearly allfthe towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  a 099Q9&������������e9������999Q^&&9G@9e&90p������9������9Q99&099999Qime@>&C> g  fctt������ra������,'*-'������ooeaeg'������C'''W'^s>'9������a*^^  ������!f  Wit  Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  xcwnitnirrriffiniifrm

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