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 NUWtMIM, JAM *���������*������**. ������m1m  gq*gj���������M'i'.w"i*CT'*^w������:^w������*^  niw������i'g'T>^aiwniiip|in'in������������  /V***  ,.  I'  I  ?  ���������i  i.)  REGINA   WATCHES,  AT ALL PRICES:-,'     '       -      ,.   ^ ABSOLUTELY ; GUARANTEED,  !A. LOGAN & tO,      *.;'..   '; ;  WATCHMAKERS      ' AND JEWELERS  FOR THAT TIRED FEELING z:j  We have the Best Spring Tonic. ��������� .- Only One Dollar a Bottle  WHITE  BROS.  DRUGGISTS.  OPTICIANS.  Vol XIV.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 11,1907.  ^*'Svt������-;*-  GW - '.i -.-.Mi  Local Interest  Sskssbss mmwsms&xMw* warns  Dr. Mathison, dentist, opposite  the postofiice.  There is a nice line of wedding  presenls at A. Logan &��������� Co's.  T. T. John, representing the  ���������Henderson Directory, was in the  city Tuesday and Wednesday.   --'  Mrs. E. G. Warren returned  Thursday last after spending a  month with friends in the Northwest.  Next week Mayor Bunting will  ���������commence the erection of the concrete sub-station for ' the ��������� Greenwood Waterworks company.  Miss Edith "Bishop of Owen  Round, Out., arrived in the city  last week, and will spend the summer with Mr. and ��������� Mrs. E. W.  Bishop.  Miss'Cockburn, teacher of fancy  work, from "fielding & Paul,   silk  manufacturers,   Montreal,   will  he  in the city  Mondy,   July  15,   and  will be found at tlie Auditorium.  Elmore Collier of Beaverdell has  been appointed fire warden for the  0. I'. E. between Midway and  Nelson and commenced fon his  ditties this week. He is at present,  '"fighting fire on the North Fork of  Kettle river.        '  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will give an ice cream  and strawberry social to-morrow,  Friday, evening, at the church.  An excellent musical programme  will be given. A real sociable time  promised. Tt will cost nothing to  get into the game,-hut���������well, 3'onr  skill and experience should get you  out of it, and the ladies will treat  you right even if it does cost yon  a stack of whites.  At nooon today at the residence  of Dr. Simmons, S. D. Simmons  and Miss Elenor Mildred Pickard,  both of St. John, N. B., were  married by the Rev. Mr. Ruther-  ford of the Methodist church. The  groom is a brother of Dr. Simmons, and the bride a sister of  Mrs. Simmons. The wedding was  a quiet one, none but close friends  of the contracting parties being  present. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons  left on today's train for New  Brunswick where they wili make  their ho:ne. y  Geo. Vaughan and Jack Farrell  returned this week from Goldfield,  Nevada, where they had been all  winter. They met a large number of'the Boundary boys in the  south and all are getting three  meals a day. They say that, although dull at present in comparison lo what it was six months ago,  Goldlleld is a live camp and will  be booming again this fall. Both  invested to some extent in stockB  and expect to receive largo returns  for their inveslments before another year.        ���������  During the hot weather nothing  nicer than a sponge bath, aud  White Bros, have sponges 5c. up.  There has been a considerable  increase in tho business done in  tho Greenwood postofiice during  tho past year over that of the pro-  vioiis year. During the year ending June .'iOth, 1905, the value of  stamps sold was $4,004.43 ; 1900,  84,615.04. Money orders issued  1905, $04,408.37 ; 1900, $70,887.10.  Money orders paid, 1905, 815,-  091.52; 1900, $19,750.05. Do-  posits in savings bank; 810,90.'!.00 ;  190(1, $0,279.00. /Postal notes issued, 1905, 85,7000.05 ; 10015, $0,-  115.42, Postal notes paid, 81,-  897J19; 1900, SI,910.-10. The do-  crease in tho savings hank deposits  in largely owing to tho transfer of  accounts to the savings department of the chartered banks.   ������  "Cariboo Brand". Tape Gutta  Percha Fuse is the. highest grade.  Hunter-Kendrick Co. are distributors. .  Mrs. E. C., G.. White returned  yesterday from a " three- months'  visit to the.coast.-  The Greenw.ood Glee club will  give a dance in the old Masonic'  hall Friday evening,- July "19th.  Tickets $1, ladies-free.  The Greenwood baseball nine  won two games out of three and  first prize at the Oroville celebration.    It was all good ball".  A good time .at ��������� the ice cream  and strawberry social in the Methodist church tomorrow --evening.  Music. Admission and ice, free;  cream aud strawberries "extra.  Milton Wheatley, about 45,years  of age. died suddenly at the Coi-  tage hotel, Phoenix. Monday evening from heart failure, lie was  born in Indiana, and came here  from Arizona.  John IT. East of Midway was in  in the city yesterday. Mr. East is  oue of the largest fruit growers in  the  "district, ' having"  a   thousand  miles  trees on his ranch about six  above Midway."  H. F. Stow and bride am expected to arrive in tho city tomorrow or Saturday. They - came as  far as Halcyon Tuesday. The  marriage took place at Boikley.  Gal., a couple of weeks ago.  " Ed. McCutcheon returned yesterday after -three years:.*spent in  preparing for university matriculation. He successfully passed the  matriculation at .Cornell. He will  spend tho summer with his parents  here.  Monday last Mike Spodirvyk,  a Galician, aged 2S, fell down a  50-foot chute iu the Old Ironsides  mine at Phoenix and was killed.  Coroner Black went ^np to Phoenix  Tuesday bub did not .consider it  necessary ta hold an inquest.  At last the citylfcouncil has completed arrangements for furnishing  water for the cemetery. 11 W.  Bishop has the coutract for putting in the hydraulic ram and laying the pipe. Work will be commenced at once.  A_ Finlander was severely injured at,, the Mother Lode this  week by slipping into a chute and  going down about eighty feet, the  last forty of which was perpendicular. He will probably recover,  but it is an experience that a man  will hardly go through a second  time and livo.   '  Everyone  who considers himself  up-to-dat    carries    accident    and  health insurance, as it is  better to  pay a company a  few dollars per  an n a in to carry the  risk than to  carry   the   risk  than'to carry  it  yourself.    Three Of P. Burns' staff  in the Boundary applied   for policies one afternoon last August and-  since that date one of them has received  $85.00  to  help  pay  a typhoid fever account, and the second  has received  $141.42,  as he also  contracted the same complaint, ami  the third   received   a cheque for  $45.00, as he came off second best  in an encounter with a bad  horse.  If you know any of these gentlemen ask them what they  think of  accident and health insurance and  then make a a bee  line for F. M.  Elkins'    ollleo   and    got   on   the  list of policyholders'of Canada's  leading company. 1-2  At Prince Rupert.  A   letter   rocoived    from   John  Houston this week days ho has ar-  * rived at Prince Rupert.    Hero are  some of his impressions :  ��������� I have been here since noon on  Dominion Day, and have nothing  to do but eat three meals a day and  sleep between sundown and sunup.  "J am here with a printing outfit,  but T am not allowed by the Grand  Trunk Pacific authority on the  ground to locate, so am awaiting  advices from the company's head  oflice in Montreal.  ", There will be a big city here in  a few years, as the physical conditions are much the same as those  at Vancouver. The harbor is a  good one and is -land-locked. The  entrance is better than at Vancou-r  ver, and from the entrance to the  Pacific ocean is a straight-away  course with no obstructions.  There is no town here yet, .al-'  though there_are two good stores, a  -small drug store, a meat market,  a baker shop, a bank, a-, church, a  customs house, a postofiice, a provincial police ofiico, a sawmill (two  miles distant), and about thirty  buildings, shacks, cabins and  houses. The townsite has not-  been laid out, and no one is allowed to locate" to engage in business without permission from the  Grand Trunk Pacific.  The present population is about  150. There is no hotel or lodging  house, although I understand work  will be commenced next week on  two large buildings, one of which  will be a boarding house with 50  rooms,  and   the other a  THE   CEMETERY  Water  System  to" Be In  stalled at at Once.  NEEDED IMPROVEMENT  Still   Waiting  for City Engineer's  Plans of Waterworks���������A Slight  ���������   Help to Board of Trade.  house.  lodging  Board of Trade.  Tliero was a largely attended  meeting of the Board of Trade Saturday nJtornooiij-with Presid'enb J.  A. Eussellin the chair.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  Secretary Gaunce reported that  the matter for tho folder, decided  on at a previous meeting, had been  compiled and approved by the  committee. He also reported that  the C. P. E. and G. N. railways  would each undertake to distribute  5,000 of the folders. It was ordered that 10,000 copies be printed.  ��������� A special committee composed  of Mayor Bunting, Jas. A. Eus-  sell, W. T. Hunter, G. B. Taylor  and C. H. Fair, were appeinted to  look into matters which at the  present time it is not deemed wise  to make public.  The meeting then adjourned.  Of King George IV, Thomas  Crcevey, who lived iu the early  part of the nineteenth century,  tells this story : The king had appointed the Bishop of Winchester  to administer to him the sacrament on one of the Sundays about  Easter. . The bishop was not punctual to his time, aud when he arrived the king, in a great pussion  at having been kept waiting,  abused and even swore at him in  the most indecent manner, on  which the bishop very cooly said  he must, he be permitted to withdraw, as he perceived his majesty  was not then in a (it state of mind  to receive the sacrament, and  should he ready to attend on some  future day, when he hoped to find  his Jinajesty iu a better state of  preparation.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.       *  If you want to catch big fish and  lots of them, get your' tackle at  McRae Bros. ���������   ���������   _  The man who has two mothers-  in-law may take heart of hope, for  ho r.:ight have had three or four or  half a dozen.  Lime juice in quart bottles, 40c.  White Bros.    '  Job printing of every description  done promptly at Tho Ledge oflice.  At the meeting of the city council Monday, evening, there were  present Mayor Bunting and Aldermen Desrosiers, Nelson, Sullivan  and Sutherland. Minutes of previous meeting read aud adopted.  Communications were read from  the city clerks of Grand Forks,  Eossland and Phoenix, stating the  amount charged for transient traders licenses in t^bose cities, the former being $25 and the two latter  $50 each for six months'. As none  of the petitioners, asking for  an increase in the license, appeared before, the council, these  communications were ordered filed  and the license fee to transient  traders stands as heretofore.  The clerk read tho semi-annual  statement of receipts and e.vpendN  tures. This caused some discussion.. Alderman Desrosier wanted  light in reference to extra legal expenses. This was satisfactorily explained to him by the mayor and  city clerk. Alderman Sullivan  wanted information in reference to  school expenditures." It was elicited  that the furnace was to*"> small for  the building. The mayor said that  the furnace was intended to heat  00,000 cubic feet, while the space  occupied was only 45,000 cubic  feet. Alderman Nelson suggested  that the furnace might need cleaning out. The clerk paid it was intended for hard coal.  Alderman Sullivan wanted to  know where they got the overdraft, and the clerk replied '.'at  the bank." Then Alderman Sullivan wished to know if overdrafts  could berjdepended upon to bob up  regularly. The clerk didn't know  but he did know that the present  one would be wiped 'out about the  15th inst.  The mayor pointed out that he  thought,Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  were charging more for their lumber than tho price agreed upon.  On Jmotion, the treasurer's report was received and filed.  Just as the financial discussion  closed W. G. Gaunce, secretary of  the board of trade, dropped in and  asked permission to speak brietly  on a question which he believed  affected the well being of the district. He said that tho board of  trade was publishing a small folder  containing facts about the resources of kthe district, and suggested  that inestimable benefits would accrue to tho city from this publica-,  tion. He then asked for 830. Alderman Desrosier looked blue, Alderman Sutherland winked at the  reporter, Alderman Nelson looked  as if he was trying to make the  other fellow  believe  his ace   full  *  was a pair of duces, and Alderman  Sullivan smiled as only ho can  smile When donations .are being  asked from the city treasury. After a number of questions wero  asked and answered, the amount  was voted on motian of Aldermen  Desrosieis and Nelson.  Tho question of the plans for  tho city waterworks was discussed.  On suggestion of the mayor it was  decided to hold over until return  of city engineer, who is out on  mineral claim survey..  that intake to dam on Providence  creek had been blocked, but was  now clear.  Fire and light committee reported progress.  Board of health reported a general cleaning up. It was suggested  that the old cesspools in connection  with hotels be inspected.  Alderman Desrosier, cbairmau  of cemetery and pound 'committee,  presented the. following letter in  reference to furnishing water for  the cemetery:  Dkar Sru : Tn compliance with  your lpquest for an estimate covering the cost of installing a hydraulic ram for the purpose of  supplying water to the city cemetery, I beg to submit the following facts -and figures :    -  Tn looking over ground and judging from the eye, it was thought  $200 would cover the, entire cost,  but in going over same ground  with an instrument.it was proved  that elevation was more and head  o7 stream less' than judged by the  eye, consequently cost will exceed  rough estimate, but yon may have  assurance of practibility of scheme  and be assured of 'constant supply  of small amount of water and reserve supply of 200 gallans, except  during winter season.  Estimate as follows : New ram.  No. 4 or 5. Tank to hold 200  gallons, erected on stand and'Gtted  with overflow and supply pipe  500 feet and having four hose  valves at. regular intervals throughout length. Ram to be placed beside creek on city farm and supplied drive pipe to deliver half a  gallon of water per minute to tank.  .Pipe to be black iron-and .properly  gradedto permit draining when desired, and to be laid upon the  ground except where crossing any  road or trail, in which case it will  be buried six to twelve inches.  The above to be installed in  workmanlike ond satisfactory manner for the sum of $327, Should  council wish to have all pipes  buried, contractor will have no objection to them sending out a  laborer, and "no extra charge will  be made for laying pipe in ditch  excavated by said laborer.  For galvanized iron  pipe  add 2  cents per foot, in all 2,000 feet.  Eespectfully submitted,  E. W. Bishop.  On motion of Aldermen Desrosier and Nelson, the estimate was  accepted, work to be commenced  at once, galvanized iron to be used  and a laborer to be furnished by  by city to dig trench. The pipe  will be laid twelve inches beneath  the surface of the ground.  The question of city property  held under tax sale was referred  to city solicitor.  Moved by Alderman Sullivan,  seconded by Alderman Nelson that,  city clerk bo authorized to procure  tax sale deeds.    Carried.  The question of payment of  freight on ore exhibit to Winnipeg  fair was laid over to next meeting  'of council.  Finance committee icported the  following accounts correct, which  were ordered paid.  White Bros   Sii 50  ketulell & Co    7 60  Dr.  Spankie    5 00  Dr.-. Op]>e11 lfaitner.....     5 00  Russell-baw-Caulliakl Co        25  Vale-Columbia-Lumber Co..  21 00  ���������   Council adjourned.  ���������sasss  Work was resumed at the Bay  this month, and regular shipments  may be expected from the mine in  the future.  The Diamond-Texas 'shaft "is  down 60 feet. The -rock through  which the shaft is being sunk is a  quartzite and very hard.  Prospecting with the diamond  drill is still being .carried on at-the  Elkhorn. Lately the results have  been very satisfactory.  Development work is steadily  going on at the E. P. U. with excellent prospects of the ore body  being encountered at an early date.  Development will shortly be resumed at the Prince Henry,- the  company having got their affairs  in shape to thoroughly develop the  the property.  The new electric compressor at  the Sunset is working satisfactorily. Thirty 'men are working  at the mine aud this force will  shortly be increased.  Harry Comber paid a visit last  week to the Little Bertha, on the  North Fork, in which he is interested. He says there is a 3-'  foot lead of high-grade galena in  the face of the tunnel.  The machinery for the Crescent  mine in Skylark camp was shipped  from Montreal last week and  should arrive here at the end of  this month. Two men are at present employed by the company doing surface prospect work.  The Fremont shaft is down SO  feet and has been in ore nearly all  the way. The ore ia������as rich as any  taken out in the high-grade belt,  and is similar to that in the Strath-  more, the adjoinining property.*  The Fremont is equipped with a  24-horsepower electric hoist and  employs six men. The property is  owned by the Greenwood-Fremont  Mining company.  level' and  the surface.     Another  drift, which is now in  270  feet, is  being run  north at the 150 level  to open  up  stoping ground  north  of the shaft and prospect the vein.  It had  been  the intention of the  Strathmore   company to   prospect  the property with a diamond drill,  but owing to the  difficulty in procuring a drill  that  will   bore 800  feet into the hill  it has beeu  decided to run'a tunnel'instead. The  portal of this tunnel will be at the  base of the hill and   will  be run  east, about 800 feet to Ftrike the  lead at an approximate perpendicular depth of 450 feet from the apex  of the vein.    This  will give between 300 and 400  feet. of stopin;  ground to the surface and a win*:  can be sunk from the tunnel, making the handling of  the ore  much  less expensive than it  would be by  hoisting   to   the   surface.    In tin  end the tunnel will  be a cheaper  method   of   prospecting   than   by  diamend drill.    The vein  has been  proved  to  the 150-foot level, the  formation is solid, and- there is no  reason  why  the  lead should   not  continue to  the' 450,   or for  that  mater the 1,00 or  5000-foot levels.  The mine is  equipped  with a 10-  horsepower     electric     hoist   aud  blower.    The shipments of ore  so  far have amounted  to about S20,-  000, aud the average value is S130  in gold and silver to the ton.    Development has been  kept steadily  ahead  of shipments.    In, fact, in  the past six  mouths  only  ore encountered in development has been  hoisted, and no attempt has beeu  made to force shipments.    In  the  next eighteen  months the Strath-  i more  may be expected to take the  lead among the shippers of Greenwood's high-grade  mines both  iu  quantity and value of the ore pro-  produced.  THE GREYHOUND.  This week Dr. Spankie and W.  G. Gaunce collected samples from  the mines in the vicinity of Greenwood and shipped them to the  Winnipeg fair. The collection in  eluded specimens from the Mother  Lode, Emma, Oro Denoro, Sally,  Strathmore, Fremont, Providence,  Elkhorn, Prince Henry, Bay, Tip  Top, Monte Carlo and   King Solo-  At the Gkevhoe.vd mine work was  resumed about July 1st, after a shutdown lasting- something over three  months.  A force of six or seven men is. employed in crosscutting the ore body  from the 200 foot level. The ledg-e,  which was struck just before work was  suspended in April, at a point about  100 feet to the west of the shaft, has  been crosscut for a distance of between  ten aud twelve feet into the hanging,  and uo sigus of the foot wall have yet  been discovered. In the 200 foot tunnel driven  in  the  opening months of  mon.    The collection is not a very  large One. but the specimens are all j 'he year at a point a few   hundred feet  good ones aud will be an  excellent  advertisement for the mines in the  vicinity of Greenwood.  Chairman of waterworks reported I & Co'b.  McRae Bros, report the sale of  their new 11)07 Wall Paper very  brisk.  Get a Regina watch at A Logau  f Co's.  For developing and printing,  good results and quick work, go to  McRae Bros.  Lucky wedding rings a A. Logan  There have been repeated rumors lately of big deals in Phoenix  and Wellington camps about to be  consummated. Some claim that  the Canadian Pacific railway is behind the activity. Options have  have been taken on a number of  claims in the,vicinity of the Snow-  shoe mine, and also in Wellington  camp. The smelter rumors are  also numerous, if vague. Whether  the rumors have any foundation  or not it is difficult to say, but the  fact remains that there are a large  number ef options being taken,  and where there is so much smoke  there is bound to be somo lire.  down the hill from the shaft, tlie ore  body attained a thickness of about 40  feet, and it is probable that it will  prove to be much stronger at the lower  level. The present crosscut strikes the  ore at a vertical depth of over ISO feet  below the tunnel, thus blocking out a  considerable tonnage.  Although a great deal of exploratory  work was done from the 100 and 200  fool levels of this property in the early-  days, the new crosscut to the west is  the.only place at which any ore has  vet heen struck at depth. All previjif  tunnels were to the east of the shaft,  in absolutely barren rock.  Development is being carried on  in the Strathmore by Superintendent Shaffer with eight men. The  shaft is down 150 feet. From this  level a drift is being run south to  open up stoping ground. This drift  is now in 100 feet, the greater part  of which was iu ore, thus giving  a considerable aim [of stoping  ground, from which the ore has not  been taken out,  between the 150-  Wcllington's judgment of iner  and history are singularly correct.  He "sod few words and never  fenced his meaning about with  qualifications. When Lord Elles-  mero mentioned a certain writer's  low opinion of Napoleon, the duke  replied : Napoleon was tho first  maifof his day on a field of battle  and with French troops. I con-  line myself to that. '..His, policy  was merely bullying, and,military  matters apart, he was a Jonathan  Wild.���������London Review.  When your feet aro tired and  sore and hot, send to White Bros,  for a box of LilUe's Foot Powder,  20c. the box.  '"'iff  '��������� 'il  il  ' 'iJi  ��������� -4  ���������1  '-'���������A  >-j  *��������� ���������"���������*  :  / Greenwood, B. C, July 11, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  ���������������������������qw-MiwiB*'^^  uFRRFter  We are commencing our annual summer sale on  Wednesday, July 10th. It is our 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.  RENDELL & CO.  Dry Goods. Millinery  wmmmamiiimmfm  politicians, but, so far, 'has escaped the sheriff. The publisher  cannot promise that its policy will  be other than heretofore.  THE SMOKE  From .British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     Wm.   Tictjen  makes them in Vancou  ver,   and   Nat Darling  sells them on the road.  Regular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. &  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in each month, in Fraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. G. Wakkkx W. M. j  J. S. Biu-fiE, Secretary.  W.F.M.  Greenwood Miners' Union No.  22, W. F. M., meets every Saturday evening iu Union Hall, Copper  street, at 7:30.  Also in Hall at Mother Lode  mine, Thursday evenings at 7:30.  Fraxk Steel, President.  R. A. Matiiiesox, Secretary.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  GKECNWOOD LOCAL WO. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays ofevery  mouth in Eagles Hall at8 p. m.   Visiting  members cordially invited to atteuxl.  Frank Spearing, Fin. sec'y,  Edgar W. Dvnks, President.  A. D. MORRISON  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician,' dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  HUGH NlYEN. Prop.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  of liquors" and cigars.  Morning bracers and  and evening hyballs always within easy reach  of the 'barkeep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  The Reception Hotel  In Camborne gives all itn patrons  the purest food, drink and 'cigure.  James   Lindsley' Prop.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B. C , and thc price is J; a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  States, Mexico and Great Britain. To  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $5.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood,-11. C.  JAS. W. GRIER,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD,   B.   C , JULY n, 1907  "^^Saa*--  TiiR Greenwood city council will  never be accused of undue haste in  the manner in which they conduct the city's business.  The LEDr.K charges ten cents a  line for local advertising. This is  the reason a communication from  an Anaconda correspondent does  not appear in this issue. We have  space for sale at a . dollar an inch  per month, in .which people can  bring their wares to the notice of  readers.    ,  The police magistrate of Toronto���������Colonel Denisou, sentenced  a baseball player to iifteen days'  imprisonment for assaulting an  umpire on a baseball Held. If .the  colonel   were   in   Vancouver   the  Tun Similkameen Star has discovered that  Smith "Curtis  had an  option on  the Sinclair  ranches in  the ���������Similkameen,   and  insinuates  that the publication of the item was  nil fail, and takes the  Hedley  Gazette tojtask for so doing. The item  j first appeared'in The Ledge,and \v;is  simply  a   statement   of   evidence  brought out  in thc case of Rex vs.  Sinclair.    Tn his evidence Sinclair  swore that "a  few  days  previous  to  the  election  Smith  Curtis had  got the  price  of the  two ranches  from  him," presumably  with  the  object of disposing of them for Sinclair,    After  the election  nothing  was heard from  Mr.   Curtis.    Thc  inference is obvious.  . Tin* Midway Star doubts the  legality of the. meeting of the licensing board owing to the fact  that one of the commissioners  placed tho word '''sober" after his  name in a hotel register. If this  is a violation of the act, then the  act should be amended. There is  no reason why a license commissioner, if he so desires, should not  refrain from the use of. intoxicants,  although many intelligent people  in the West will doubt his sanity,  taking into consideration the excellent opportunities his position  affords bo acquire.all sorts of jags  at reasonable rates. And there is  still the faint possibility of the  editor of the Star having misin=-  terpreted the License Act. This,  of course, is improbable, but it is  in the list of possibilities.  daction in the price of an article?  Royal   Seal is  one of  thc  cigars sold in the mountains,  made in "Nelson.  best  Ibis  The Kootenay Belle is not a girl.  -v!^  It  is  a  cigar -that every  smoker  should be introduced to.  D-3  ICG1THCT0  IND BUILDER 1  Mountaineer and Kootenay " Standard Cigars.  Made by   -  3. g. tDelin $ go,, nelson  fleuu market Hotel  Is the honie for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British ' Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE,   PROPJL  ANK OF BRITISH- NORTH AMER  ESTABLISHED   IN    1836.  ONE of. the oldest banks doing business, in this  country.  56.Branches in Canada and United States  Prompt attention given to collections.  ..       -  Savings   Deptmenl.-^-Deposits of $1.00 and  upwards received.    Interest paid half-yearly.  Drafts,bought and sold and a general banking  That the Dominion elections  will be brought on soon is an assured fact. The postmaster at  liock Creek is a Conservative, and  Eock Creek is a distributing point.  Under the machine rule in this  district, at important points, it is  very necessary to have the right  men in charge of the postoflices.  Harry  Pittendrigh,  although   fill-  =   Dealer in g  |    Windows, Doors, j  |       Turned Work and ������  [   - ���������*- (Inside Finish, j  I'SIIJJfGLKS, BRICK, KTC. f  MANITOBA |  Fibre Plaster I  PHONE   65 p  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B.  TREJIIOJiT HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t';e safe.  M&Iofjc   |������5c   Tnecjilllis  The  league  team  of   that   city  would  ing the ^oflice satisfactorily to the  surely get 00 days each for false  pretenses.  The only  tion of  appeal from the ac-  t-hs> license commissioners  was dismissed by His Honor Judge-j  Brown last week. It is evident  that his honor does not hold the  opinion of the Midway Star that  the meeting of the licensing board  was illegal, but Judge Brown may  not have given that careful study  to the License Act which Editor  Lawton. evidently has,  Thk board of trade is once more  active and doing good work. For  years- it has been the most passive  thing that ever drifted along without an interment. Saturday's  meeting was a surprise to everyone, not only on account of the  number present but the desire to  get a "wiggle" [on. A live board  of trade can do a vast amount of  work beneficial to a city, and the  Greenwood board of trade appears  to be very much alive at present.  Thk wage scale in Hedley camp  has been made to conform with  that of the Boundary. A few  minutes talk between the manager! ^u  and the men settled the (|iiestion.  F. A. Ross, manager of the Vale  Mining company and Daly Reduction company, says in enclosing a  marked copy of the Hedley Gazette : " Kindly notice at length  and so aid us in getting good men."  The article from the Gazette and  scale of wages appears in another  column.    With this issue The Ledge commences on its fourteenth year of  usefulness or otherwise. It has  the distinction of being the oldest  paper in the mining section of  British Columbia, and also of having found a brief resting place in  more towns than any other paper  in the West. It has paid wages  right along to the printer, whether  it did to tho publisher or not; it  has managed to meet its obliga-  to tho type founders and paper  houses; It has at time-* been under the ban of the church,  and  residents in the vicinity of Rock  Creek for a number of years, is not  the ''right" man. It was announced in the columns of Mr.  Ross' paper a couple of weeks ago  that the postofiice would be moved  to Hanson's store. This means  that, in the event of an election,  Mr. Pittendrigh would not be  satisfactory to the machine-. A  petition has been circulated and  signed by about ninety per cent of  those interested, asking that no  change be made, but it is probable  the postmaster-general will ignore  the request of petitioners.  saplDQN  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.    Iv very thing up-to-date.  IXX. m. BE^ETT  PROPRIETOR  s.  t9 ���������  .CRAXBROOK, n. Ci  Has the largest stock of Pipes',"Tobitccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAY KR and  MJCTALLURG-ICAI, CHEMrST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead,eacli. .ft co  Gold-Silver....Si 50 Silver.I.ead. .J1.5W  Zinc. .<2.oo Gold Silver with copper or  lead.. J2.50.  Prompt attention- given lo all samples  25 per cent, discount upon five samples-  [BAKER'.ST., NELSON.  P, t������. Drawer, 1 roS. ..Phone, A67  A mono the business men who  signed the petition askigg the city  council to increase the tax on  transient traders, there are those  who do not' average three dollars  a year with the local job printing i������  establishments, but get all their  printing done in the East. They  may occasionally get 'a hurry-up  job done in the local oflices. We  have been asked by a local linn  to print envelopes for seven cents  more a thousand than tho stock  cost laid down at Greenwood sta-  A man working hard might  possibly kick oil* 10,000 in a dny  of eight hours.Thia would mean 70  cents towards the payment of S-l  in wages���������a profitable contract,  indeed ! If the printer should go  to the merchant and ask him to sell  a $2.'10 shirt for 00 cents it would  mean the same thing. The merchant might make seven cents, but  he would bo out the freight on the  shirt and the wages of his salesman. By all means keep tho  transient traders out of the town  but at the same time do not "hog  it" at tho expense of the local  printers. Just think the matter  over. It is worth careful consideration. How many of you who  signed that petition get all your  printing done at home ? How  many of you, when you do get  your work done in local ollic.es,'do  not try to jew the printer down ?  How many of you have ever known  a printer to ask for ono cent' re-  SEEDS  TREES  PLANTS  For the farm, garden, lawn  or conservatory. Tested Stock of  Reliable Approved Varieties, at  reasonable prices,  Ike supplies, Spray Pumps "and  Spraying Material, Cut Powers,;etc.  CAmOfiUK FRKI  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  NKL/SON, U. C..  WHOJ.,KSAI,P'  DI'aI,KRS  INJ  Produce   and   Provisions  The Windsor Hold  of Grand  Forks,  JJ,  C, caters to  iiiincrs, mediaiilesaiid smelter men  A. B. Sloan, Manager  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO  B. C,  Is *a comfortable  home for  all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  business transacted.  H. F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD  BRANCH.  ^gimmgi^simnmnsami^  m  m  m  -r-n  6  BANK   OF IIMONTREAL -  ESTABLISHED  1817.  PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,006. ZREST,  $11,000,000  UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.98  General Bunking BusincsslTrnnsacted.    Drafts issued on all points, and CoUoo  -   ���������. tions nuulu at lowest rates.   .  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   "|    W. F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    /MANAGER GREENWOOD   BRANCh  r:rn  ������-  I  [  i  IS  During the  u  In order to advertise  Our Celebrated  Which we have been handling  for over three years we are  going to  to every 25th customer purchasing  Etc  Ice Oeam, 20c, per Dish I  Ice Cream Sundaes, 20c. per dish.  Ice Cream Sodaes, 15c- per Glass.  Orangeade, 10c. per, glass.  Lemonade, 10c. per Glass.  Milk, 10c. per Glass.  Milk Shakes, ]5c. per  A one-pound box of these Newport  G hocolates, which we handle in  Bulk and Fancy Boxes. We carry  about 50 different varieties of these  goods. Fresh shipments on the road  all the time. Look but, for NO. 25  Gets the Prize Every Time.  L  Copper Street, Greenwood.  EVERYBODY INCLUDED IN HUNTING NO. 25  . )���������  II '/  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  Greenwood, B.;C, July, 11, 1907;  I  i  i>  I  '  Y<  ������  Kings Liquer Scotch Whiskey ������  ,/.-'���������'" "       *       12 Year's Old J  3". W. Burmester s .White Port.. I  Jas. Bennessy & Go's 3-Star Brandy. |  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO. I  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B.C.    !  S-Eoomed  Cottage.  5-Eoomed Flat.'  G-Roomed  House". .    S-Roomed House  Comfortable' Cottage for Sale.  BEALEY INVESTMENT AND/TRUST CO. LTD  - .' Opposite Postofiice. Greenwood, B. C  I  HEDLEY CAMP IN LINE  ��������� . ��������� ��������� @  Some Good Float,     1$  greatly    increased    thereby   and  the   market   price   of their  own  Ts the best furnished hotel hi the Boundary  district. - lb is heated Avith 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.  Briraest-J. Cartler, Prop,  Boundary Scaie of Wages Amipahly  Agreed Upon.- .  Following appeared ��������� in the last  issue of the Hedley Gazette :  ' While other mining camps in B.  C. have from time to time witnessed conflict between the miners  and mine owners, Camp Hedley  has been particularly fortunate in  tho maintenance of cordial relations. One reason for.this has  been that the-average wage scale  over the province has been observed in this carnp, and in some  cases where the jmanagemant wished to recognize individual merit  the scale has been exceeded.  The unprecedented scarcity of  labor in all lines which led to increase in the wage scale in Butte,  and afterwards ' in -the Coouv  d'Alenes and in Boundary camps  made in clear to Mr. F. A. Ross,  general manager of the Yale Mining company and Daly Reduction  company, that' if he wanted to get  his share'' of the available labor  supply he would have to meet the  increased scale that was being paid  elsewhere, and had included it in  his programme ��������� but he found out  on his return from New York that  a request ��������� for the Boundary scale  had already been filed with G. P.  Jones, miue superintendent, by  miners.  At a meeting which -was arranged up at the' mine, between  Mr. Ross and the men," the situation was discussed frankly. The  manager appreciated the consideration of the men in forbearing  to make arbitrary demand or to  quit work until his return, and  while the Nickel Plate, which is a  gold Jproperty,_ derived., np_beneflt  from the high price" of copper;  which had led the Boundary mines  to agree to a higher scale of wages,  he was not so unreasonable as to  expect men to work for hi in at  S3.50 per day when they could get  S-i.00 in the Boundary. For'this  reason   he   agreed   to   meet   the  Fresh and 'Salt Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock.  | Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per |  Box.  &&G������&������mQ&&Qi9iSe99999������Q������99890e9Q9&99t9QQ9&0 &99&999QQQ  PHOENIX, B. 0.  the entire house, and  service of those in  The 'dining room is  Is opposite the Great Northern depot,   aud is  a   delightful haven for tho weary traveler.. Great veins  of hot water run   through  bathrooms are always at   the  search of material cleanliness,  an enemy to dyspepsia while thc artistic appointment  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fruit in  a flower garden.   The  sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  a plcasuro to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, -  Boundary scale to take effect on  July 1st, but would not subscribe  to any wage list until it was duly  vouched for and known to be correct. As yet he had seen only  newspaper copies of the Boundary  schedule which might be correct or  might not.  , Following the same line of  reasoning as regards hours of labor  at the lower works, the manager  at once conceded eight hours to  the mill hands and nine hours for  general labor.  Both the compauy and the men  are   to   be. congratulated ou this  .amicable arrangement, and tobusi-  | ness men in Hedley it should also  ! be   particularly gratifying,   for if  there is anything  under the sun  j that will put a community at outs  j it is a labor strike, in which every -  ! body loses whether they may think  I they win  or not.    Hedley is ex-  ; ceedingly    fortunate    in    coming  through  this crisis   without loss,  for not a man had quit work for an  hour over it, and wo are sure the  whole community will  ho disposed  to give the company due credit for  the spirit of fairness which they  have shown, as well as the manager's good judgment in recognizing  tho situation and  dealing with it  on strictly business - lines,  instead  of displaying any spirit of pique as  bo many others would   have done  under similar circumstances.    As  it was   the   company   had   much  greater cause to ��������� feel agrieved than  mine owners of the Boundary district had, for tho Boundary owners  were operating   copper properties  with copper more  than twico tho  prico than  it was  when  they  installed   their   plants  Jand   began  operations, whereas the owners of  the Nickel Plato were deriving ho  benefit from tho high prico of copper, but the rovorso, as tho prico of  somo of their supplies had beeu  product never varies. , It is therefore in view , of this fact that the  town and the employees should appreciate the course which the manager has. taken and commend tho  the good sense and,sound business  that it has evinced.  The following ,is the scale of  wages, known as the Boundary  scale, which went' into effect here  on July 1 and which will no doubt  attract to this camp,- immediately,  the best men in tlie province, inasmuch as in several instances employees are realizing pay above the  scale, because of special individual  merit: .  .   ,������������������ MINH  SCAMS.  Sinking;..:  Jt 50  Raising1 above 40 Ccet  4 50  Raising, u\> to 40 feet  4 00  Muckers ..._.  3 50  Muckers, wet ground '.  3 75  Drifting- and surface.. -  'I 00  Nippers',  3 50  Timbermen ���������  ^ 4 00  Helpers :  3 50  Blacksmith "  4 40  Blacksmith'shelper  3 75  Laborers, "surface  3 30  Machinists  4 40  Compressor engineers  4 40  Motormen '.  4 00  Brakeman  3 75  Head gravity train  4 -lo  Central ���������  3 50  Tipple  3 yo  Teamsters' '. 3S0  Trackmen  3 25  "II ILL scam-:.  Crushcrinen  $3 50  Conveyormen  ^ 00  Batterynicu  3 00  Amalgamators ...,.  4 00'  Head vauncrinun..-.  4 00  Shift vannerman 7" 3 50  Sofutionmeu '.  4 00  Classifiennen "  3 25  Powerhouse men ;  4 00  Mechanics  4 00  Helpers .'.. 3 25  Blacksuiiths.^^. ^  4 25  ���������   Helpers :  3 50  ��������� Flume watchmen     306  Laborers     3 cx>  "Cyanide and power house, S  hours; [shops, crushers and general labor, 9 hours; Hume,   10 hrs.  be -returned to each man who  drills. ��������� Any one\entering and not  drilling will forfeit entire entrance  fee. Time allowed in two-hand  contests will be 15 minutes; in  single hand contests, 10 minutes.  All tools must be furnished by  contestants, drills for two-hand  contest to caliper ���������} inch at bit and  at point three inches back of bit *  drills for single-hand - contest to  caliper J inch at bit and at point 3  inches back of bit: Any weight  hammer allowed. One assistant  will bo allowed to each team in  two-hand contest and to each contestant, in single-hand contest, but  under no circumstance is assistant  allowed to assist in changing drills.  The Spokane Interstate fair is to  furnish tho rock for contest, and  same-will be granite from quarries  near Spokane. Contests will|take  place any time between September  23 and September 30 at option of  fair management, and will- be put  on either in daytime or evening.  GREAT  .. NORTHERN  RAILWAY  ItOUTK  OF  TUE  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  TBAIX  LEAVES  MIDWAY DAILY   8:50 A. M.  ARRIVES '... 6:25 P. M.  Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast and Eastern  Points.  Stage to and  from  Greenwood  meets trains at Midway.  Drilling Contest.  One of the bran new features of  the coming Spokane. Interstate fair  is the miners' rock drilliug contest,  for which'a purse of $1,250 is given.  This money will be divided as follows : $900 for a double-hand contest, of which $500 is for first  prize, $250 for second,. aud $150  for third ; $350 for a single hand  contest, ��������� of which $250 is for first  and $100 for second.  The following rules will govern'  the contests : Competition open to  all; entries close on September  23rd at noon ; an entrance fee of  $15 per man will he charged in  each contest, and $10 of this will  For Further Particulars Apply  P. II. Buknuam, D. F. & P. A.,  Grand Forks, B. C.  W. A. Ross, A. G, P. A.,     .  Seattle, Wash.  The Kootenay Saloon  Saudon, B. C., has a line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed iu any iiiouo-  tain town 01 the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.)  RICH, DELICIOUS, PURE "  .CLEANLY MANUFACTURED  Is packed only in Sealed Lead Packets to Preserve Purity  BLACK. MIXED GREEN  At your grocers.  If you want to get all the  news of the Boundary, subscribe for  Roofing Paint  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  If you want  commercial  job printing of any descrip-  tion, neatly   done   and   at ~  joj reasonable prices, patronize jj$  E. W. Bishop,  Agent  GREENWOOD, B. C.  i  $ PACIFIC #0%  *<  Is under the management of |Greig  & Morrison. .The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  If you want a paper that is M  not the subsidized tool of any /0j  sect, party or corporation,  read  THE MINERS AND MECHANICS POLICY.  Issued hy the Ocean Accidont & Cuarimteo Corporation, Ltd.,  is designed to meet the requirements of wage-earners.  Pavs a WKKicr.v Indmm.mty for loss of wages if injured. *  Pays Fun-bra,!. E.vphnskh if killed.  Every Kind ok Ac'cmim-nt covered while at work, on the  street, traveling, and recreation.  Costs tho same to all, irrespective of occupation.  The "Ocean" is tho largest Accident Co. in the world.  FREDERIC W. McLAINE, Dist.Agt, Greenwood.  il  I  ���������I  T-f ���������  "���������lA  r'  "K'Sl  ",3  KX8J  ���������3������  mmmmmmmmmmMmn Greenwood, 0. C, July 11, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  RU8S.ELL=LAW=GAULFIELD G������  XjI"MITHir).  Groceries. Hardware. Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  classes of exhibits for which a cup  is to be given and the names of the  individuals and associations donating the cups are as follows :  For.the best pair grade mares or  geldings, the Dr. Nelson onp, donated by Dr. 8. P.. Nelson of the  Washington State, college of Pull;  man.  For the best, -grade colt, three  years or under, a handsome silver  cup by the Western Dive Stock Insurance association of Spokane.  For the best lierd of heel' cattle,  any age or breed, a silver cup donated by Thomas B. K'erl ol" f.'n'iir  (V A lone.      '   '  For the. host heel* steer, "The  Farmer'' has donated a handsome  cup.  For the best herd of beef cattle,  the Professor Elliott cup, donated  by Professor E. E. Elliott of the  Washington State college.  F. Lewis Clark of Spokane has  donated a handsome silver cup for  the best herd of dairy cows, any  ���������ige-or breed.  A. silver cup donated, by the  Ifolstein Fresian association of  America will be given for the best  display of 10 head of Ilolstoiiis,  either sex or age.  Thomas T. Kerl of Cuuird'Alene  who denotes a -srlver cup for the  best herd of beef cattle' also donates a handsome cup for the host  herd of hogs.  A handsome cup as a special exhibitor's prize for the best Mock  exhibit of Angora goats, is donated  by the "Anieaican Angora (.'oat  Breeders' association.  <0^&8mmmvtimmmmmmB������mm  mmmmmmmigimsjsmsmm  p55k   IS"    R!3    K3J-B!  \������JM?r   -WEARS LIKE IRON".   ~<: ������������.������������������{   Vj  GET A CAN OF  to-day and see how wonder  fully it will.rejuvenate an. old chair, or, in,fact, any  piece of furniture that is badly marred. It comes in  10 colors and has a hundred uses. Oak, Dark Oak,  Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany, Green, Red, Black, White,  Natural Blue, Ground Aluminum, and Gold.  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO, Ltd.  THE BIG STORE.  Tommy���������Docs it make any difference if baby takes all his medicine at once ?  .Baby's Mother (in horror) ���������  CJood heavens !    Of course it does.  Tommy���������But it hasn't made  any difference.��������� Punch.  Daily shipments of green onions,  radishes, lettuce and rhubarb at  Russell-Law.Caulfield Co.  The old Roman theater at Orange, France, was broken into, and  the burglars carried away a bronze  statue weighing a quarter of a ton.  Job Printing at The Ledge.  Greenwood Miners' union will  celebrate Labor Day, 'Monday,  September .2. Mine and smelter  managers please note. lmtf.  THE CANADIAN BA  OF COMMERCE  PAID UP CAPITAL, SSIO.OOO.OOO.  KKSKl'VlO FUND, Sf.,OOO,OOO.  B. E. WALKER, President. "     ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  H. H.  MORRIS,- Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.-  Pioneer  J-lotel...  Gfeentxiood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and still! 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.  "No, I wouldn't join that club.  It's too full of stupid idiots."  "You're mistaken. There's  always room for one more."  Teaming  Rnd  Braying  All kinds of heavy teaming and  draying done at reasonable rates by  W. ,J[. Barnett, Church street.  Call hi in up and see how quickly  anything from a pound to ten tons  can be moved.  'Phone A 147  NOTICE is hereby given tliat 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner for a special limber  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 80 chains, thence east  40 chains, thence north So chains, thence  east 40 chains, thence .south .So chains,  ���������thence west 40 clains. thence south So,  chains, thence west 40 chains to point of!  commencement.  No. ���������!.���������Commencing at a post on the  east bank of the Kettle river, opposite  Copper creek, thence north .So chains,  thence east So chains, thence south So  chains, thence west So chains to point of j  commencement.  Dated this 3rd dav of |ulv,  1907. !  52-3 Al.RX.  ROBINSON.     >  Nineteen Silver Cups.  Nineteen silver cups are to be  presented to the winners in special  classes of exhibits at the Spokane  Interstate fair this year. Manager R. TI. Cosgrove stated today  that this is the largest number of  trophy cups ever given at any fair  of   the   association.     The special  NOTICE. ;  NOTICE. I heroliy (,'lve notice, tli.it sixty days |  aftisr (lute. I Intimd to apply to Hon.,Cliicl bom-  mi.isionerof L:\11ds and Work", for pcrmi-ision '  to pliri'liH������e tin: following (U^i-iilicd laml situ- i  ate in tho Siimlkaiiicen 'IMvi-iim of Yule ilis-'  trict: CoininciH'iiK.'at the iiotitlieu-it corner of ���������  Lot a3fi0, tlieni'i: ������.-iit>t 40 cli>iln������. tlii-nee north m '  chains, tliencp west <u> chains, thence south Mi,  chains to place of commencement, coutaiitintc  MO acres  Dated this Wuli d:iy of April. 1!'H7.  ROIIKHT I).  KKUK.  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at ������10, $12 and $15  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C.  *5'^^/^^*^3K^Sr^S2&^S^J������l  NOTrCIC��������� I hereby give notice that,  sixty days after date, I intend to apply to  the Hon., the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission lo purchase the following described land, situate in the Similkameen Division of Vale  District: Commencing at a post 40  chains south of the south cast corner ol  Lot 2360, thence east 40 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,  thence north 40 chains to place of commencement, containing [60 acres.  Dated this 30th oay of April, 1907.  A. C. DALE.  j "We. have on sale or to rent fish- j>  t ing tackle, fire arms, hammocks, *  -2 tents, ice-cream freezers, pianos,  ..$���������'       organs, or a hot stove.  t ' s=  I A. L. WHITE.  ( Phone 16. Second Hand, i  Never he wjthout Edin Bank  Butter, for we always have it iu  stock.    Kupsell-Law-C'aulfield   Co.  But you are not always bothered  .with poor light, are jyou ? im-uirud  the complaint clerk at the gas  oflice.  Oh, no, not always, replied the  (|tiiet citizen.  Ah, T thought so.    Tt's only at  certain times you notice it; eh ?  ��������� Yes, only after dark.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Xelson, 13. C.  My dear, said the physician's  wife, why don't you take' a good  long rest? Go away somewhere  and enjoy yourself. You're working yourself into the grave. You  haven't been out of town for five  years.  My dear, 'the celebrated practitioner said, I dare not leave. If I  did so most of my patients would  discover that they could get on  just as well without me, and my  practice would be ruined.  The man who-is alive should be  thankful he is not dead, and the  dead should be thankful they don't  have to pay rent for their tombs."  Sl'MMKK  Excursion Hates  FROM G KEEN WOO I)  $54.55  To   Winnipeg,  I'orfc  Arthur,  St, Paul,  Dul.41i.l1,  Sioux City.  St.  Louis,   ������62.05: Chicago, $66,115  Toronto,   '-��������� $80.55 Ottawa, '$84.60  Montreal,   $86.05. St. John, $1)6.05  ^  Halifax, $103.85  TIOIvIOTSONSALK        J  July ii, 4, 5.       Aug. S, i), K) Jj  Sept. II, 12, I������. $  <f>      Corresponding    reductions 5  from   all    Kootenay   points. ^  Tickets    available!    for   lakt  route,   including meale  and  berths    on    lake    steamers. $  Kates quoted  to any Eastern <������  strtion on application, "  J,JH. UAItTJ'I', V. I'. A.,  NoIhoii,  About   Float  Float is not a periodical,  ft is a book containing SO ���������  illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life. It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  N'ew Denver long after  Noah was dead ; how it  parson took a drink at  Bear Lake in early days;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in '!).'}; how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor amongst tho tender-  feet in the cent belt, ft  contains tho early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are printed three  Western poems, and doz.-  ciiH of article too mini-/  erous to mention. Send  for one before' it is too  late, The price is twenty-  live cents, postpaid to any  part of thc world. Address all letters to  . T. Lowery  NELSON, B. 0.  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 Bauk.  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of SI aud upwards received, and interest allowed at current  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever- in the": withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  Premier  Hungarian  Flour  Is not a new flour on the market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in vour next order.    Sold by  Hnnter-Kendrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith &; McKweii, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. "Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  Milling Co'y  BRANDON, MAN.  fM&m9999������9Q0QM99Q9OGO&9mO99������m9^e������m������m������$������m I  (I  I  V  '  9  P,-BdRNS&.G'  sabmautuusn  in ���������ncwmffirrtuwnnMM  iMriMftiinwirM  niwm 1  Dealers in  ALL THE STACES  Arriving in and-leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at  Chenier's  i Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, 0 igarettes and  Tobaccos  to   suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your  pocket.  J. L CHENiER - - PROPRIETOR  Next door north of I'ucific hotel,  Copjier street, Greenwood.  S  I I  ::  11  i:  ii ������   "piresh and Salt Meats, pish and Poultry  |  9   9 O   0  #  9   o   &������  a  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and *s ~  the Kootenay.  m  ,f'!l  I  ieo<j  O  &Q&������99e@GQQQ99������O&9QQ909QG&9&e������&e^Q������^Q������&Q1i(&2&������&Z O  e&Q&&������������e������&0Q99999eo o-BOcgoaa ������aeoeg������<Bag������oe������������ffl������cge������������<a������g  KCSK2S3I81S3S2CS  r^!  fesc_>*A  WtMW  *rtrt  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  ia  The.  994  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room and lunch  counter in connection.  Opened and remodeled, is now the  best-appointed Restaurant in the interior of British Columbia, Call and  see for yourself. The best cooks and  the most experienced and attentive  waiters only employed. Everything  in season that, the market can supply.  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COITKU ST., G KEEN WOOD.  Vi  miimnlimttm

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