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Array '0  ������i  \(J/U^2n^tU^J   &������/^-cw  REGINA   WATCHES.  AT ALL PKTCICS.    ' "' "     ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED.  IA. LOGAN & ,CO,  WATCHMAKERS  AND  JEWELERS  Vol iXHT.  FOR THAT TiRED FEELING  We have the Best'Spring Tonic. ,     ^ .'  0niy One' Dollar a Bottle  ���������;���������/������������������ white sbros;  DRUGGISTS.  GREENWOOD, B. &,.THURSDAY, JUNE 6,1907.  |,      Of Local Interest     "s  \  $|I)r.   Mathison, dentist, opposite  tho poslollice. ' ���������  A. S. Enihreo of'Grand Forke  wiih, visiting friends in, the city  tllis week.  Gus   Whcatloy  returned    from  Seatlle Sunday   and   went  up to  licavordell yesterday.  C/A. Dempsey>of the Arlington  x   is spending a "week along the line  line of the V., V. & E. " -  K. G; B: Frith, postmaster, is  breathing the free ' air of the TJ.  S. A. for a few days, with Spokane as his headquarters. *  A.' Bryan Williams, provincial  game and fish '.warden, .will be in  tho city Wednesday next to consult  with the oflicers of the local association;  "Remember the dance to be given  in tho old Mas-onic hall next Wednesday evening by the Ladies Aid  of the. Roman Catholic church.  Good music, light refreshments,  Tickets only a S.  R. K. Zanitz of the Allis-Ohal-  mers-Bullock company, Montreal,  was in the city this week, inspecting" the machinery of the Greenwood City Waterworks company  below Boundary falls. His company furnished the machinery.  The 0. I'. R. announce on June  2nd, when the summer time  card  becomes effective, they  will -run a  sleeper from   Ban If  to  Vancouver  daily, several  sections  of this car  will be reserved for the accommodation  .of. Kootenay,  passengers  Berths can be scoured through Nelson city \>ffice, or J. S. Carter, D.  "Cariboo Brand," Tape Gutla  Pereiia Fuse is the highest, grade.  Hunter-Keudrick Co. arc distributors.  Mrs. ���������Fred Kaiser of Spokane  was a visitor in the city this'week.  Born���������On Friday, the 31st May,  to Mr. and Mrs. N. Angrignon, a  daughter.  J. It. Jackson awLG. M. Grouse  were Midway'visitors in the city  Tuesday.     ,  Ernest Miller, barrister of Grand  Forks, was in the city Tuesday on  legal business.  E. W. Bishop has purchased tho  business of S. H. Sanderson, and  the,latter,-has goiie to Oroville.  R. A.   Mathewson,   secretary of  Greenwood  Miners'   union   made  I*. A., Nelson.  McRae Bros, have on sale seven  views of Greenwood and vicinity,  in the form of a postal card, that  everyone should send to their  friends. The views are from  photographes taken by D. C. McRae, and include two of Gieeu-  wood, two of the smelter, one of  the Mother Lode mine, one of  Boundary Falls, and a general  view but ween Greenwood and  Phoenix.  -  Tom, one of the oldest and most  highly   esteemed  Chink   laundry-  men iu the city,   had  a  grievance  the other day.    The  editor,  compositor   and   devil  combined  was  pounding the space box, while Dr.  Mathison,   scissors  in  hand,   was  carefully scanning the  exchanges,  when  Tom  burst in  on  us.    He  took the middle of the floor, threw  his straw dicer down,   rolled   u-p  his sleeves and thus delivered himself : " What for !    You savoy the  C. P. R.?   Dlamn !"    Now/ Tom  is a Christian, and language of that  kind is not strictly  in .conformity  with tenets of any of the Christian  churches.    After Tom   became coherent this story was pumped out  of him : One of his employees had  suddenly    become    seriously    ill.  None of the Chinese dope or condition  powders   in, the city gave  relief, so Tom sent a hurry-up letter to Vancouver for a pound of  more strenuous dope to be shipped  by express over theC. P. It.    Dm  a flying trip to Carmi this week  John Mulhern, jr., son of Olli-  cer _Mulheru,,who has .been ill for  some time, is on a fair way to recovery.  D. C. McRae returned Tuesday  from a fishing trip 'up the Kct'tie  river. He refuses to bo interviewed on fish;  George Bong returned this week  from the Upper Okanagan where  he had been for some time cruising  for a company.  Miss Sarah Lawson, who has  been attending school in Vancouver for the past ten months, returned home the this week.  R. C. Triman, teller in the Bank  of B. N. A. is spending his holidays in Spokane and coast- cities.  J. N". Cran'is relieving him. '  Frank Gome came down from  Central camp Monday and is in  the Sisters' hospital, being treated  for blood poisoning in the hand.  There will be a meeting of the  Fish and Game Protection society  in the city hall Monday evening at  S o'clock. A full attendance is requested.  M. D.  Schenck  left this week  for the Okanagan to purchas a load  of fruit.    After this irip  he  ex  pects to   receive- Yegular   weekly  shipments by train  from   Oroville.  G. B- Taylor, city clerk, leaves  Saturday for the coast to be gone  a 'week. He goes as representative from the local lodge to the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge  of Odd Fellows, which opens in  Nanaimo Wednesday next.  The school board have decided  to engage another teacher after the  the summer holidays, and the upper story of the school building is  being fitted up for that purpose,  Mayor Bunting having the contract at $.1,350.  Yesterday Mail Clerk McDonald  on the run between Nelson and  Midway, fell off the train east of  Westley and was not missed until  the train had gone about ten miles.  That is tho reason no mail was delivered here yesterday. The clerk  wasn't seriously injured.  A letter received from Fred  Munn by a friend in the city gives  a glowing account of the future for  Ely Nevada.    One of tho  largest  .Phoenix and Oro will probably  play ball in Midway Sunday.    ���������  Lome A. Campbell of. the Bon-  nington Falls Power company was  in the city Tuesday.   "  If. Morgan is spending amonth  at Bolster, Wash., doing assessment work on his mineral  claims.  A. B. McKenzie, Rossland, secretary of the Associated Boards of  Trade,-was in the city  this week.  John IT. East has been appointed  agent in the .Boundary district for  the Woodburn Nurseries, of Wood-  burn Ore.  J. W. Nelson left today for  Rossland 'on business connected  with a mining deal which he is  putting through.  Died--Tn Greenwood, Wednesday, June 4th, Mrs. M. A. Pope,  aged 72 years. Kuneral will be  held tomorrow afternoon, service  in Methodist church at 2:80.  Go  to  McRae  Bros, for correct  style and right prices in wall paper.  K. of P. Election.  At the regular  weekly   meeting  of Greenwood lodge No.   29, K. of  P., last night the following ollicers  were elected :  A. J. Morrison, C. C.   " ���������  . Fred'Hoar, V. C.  A. Itowe, P.  P. CIune, M. of W.  A. D. Millet, P.   C,   K.   of R.  and S., re-elected tenth term.  A. F. Thomas,  P.  ft, if, 0f P.,  re-elected.  Martin-Anderson,   P. C., M. of  E., re-elected.  S. Jaynes, M. at A.  E. J. Vandergrift, I. G.  Frank Steel, P. C.,0. G. ,  . Installation'will be held  Wednesday,   July 10.  at  which' there  will be, a  general  roster, when all  members of the  lodge will be expected to answer to their n.imesA  I.  an excellent job..  ���������   W.   n.   Norris.'of  Midway   is  planting a 50-acre  lot with apple  and pear trees for Major-General  R. T. God man of Sussex, England,  and 20 acres for Lieu tenant-Colonel  W-. H. N. Glossopof Vernon, This  land is part, of John .McCal I inn's  ranch, and the soil  is of the best  quality  for  fruit-growing,   These  orchards, as well .as being piofit-  able, should be a  very  attractive  feature in that  neighborhood.    In  a few years the land  between, the  Tngrim bridge and Rock Crock'will  .be transformed from a dreary waste  into a garden.   .  Thelngrim bridge on the Kettle  river is in, very bad  shape and is  dangerous to  cross  over with any  but a light load.    This  is causing  serious loss and  inconvenience to  those living along the Kettle river.  . The contractors  who are clearing the  log jams   on   the  Kettle  river have passed  Tngrim  bridge  and are  now about a mile and a  half below that point.    Their principal difiiiculties were on' the West  Fork and main river above West-  terested.  Last year it was announced t"that  this season lots in the new town-  site would be placed on'sale.   Now  it is stated on the be?t of authority  that there can be no sale this year,  for the reason that clearing has not  advanced   far enough.    The  proposed excursions for for would-be  purchasers of townsite lots in  the  north, will  certainly  not  be  held  this season.���������Vancouver dispatch.  ~     News of the nines.    "  Two men are working at the  Moreen getting onfc timber for use  in the mine when development is  resumed.  bridge.  No man is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars.  0. 0. F. Elect Officers.  At the regular meeting Tuesday  evening of Boundary Valley lodge  No. 3S, I. O. O. F., the following  oflicers were elected :    '  A. E. Braithwaite, N. G.  Frank Spearing, ,V. G. [ '  R. J. Sanders, R. S.  G. B. Taylor, P. G., F. S., reelected, tenth term.  E. Foyle Smith, P.G., Treas. '  The other ollicers will be appointed installation night���������the first  Tuesday in July.  Prince Rupert a Dead One.'  Prince Rupert is at the present  time the deadest village on the Pacific coast. Business has not altogether stopped, but the people who  are living there are putting in  time these days waiting for something to happen. The suicide of  E. G. Russell, the first executive  agent of the Grand Trunk Pacific  in the West; was simply an outward mark of the general confusion of the situation.  Today three hundred people are  living in the village. When the  last steamer left for A'aneouver 50  of these wero clearing land. The  others are assisting in local surveys or looking on.  The failure of the representa  tives of the company to come to  terms with the Indians  for a part  Are loo Shallow.  Unless the" word "Short" in letters half- an inch   high, is stamped  on   all  strawberry  boxes sold   in'  Vancouver, dealers arid  importers  and   importers   are   liable   to   be  prosecuted   for   a  breach   of   the  Fruit Ararks Act.   Maxwell Smith,  Dominion fruit inspector,   discovered   this   morning   that   all  the  strawberry boxes,   which" are supposed  to  contain   four-fifths of an  imperial quart of berries, were a  quarter of an   inch   too shallow,  and   that customers were therefore  not getting the proper quantity of  berries.      The   strawberry    boxes  which are the correct size should  measure' 4 [ by -I {- by 3 inches, but  the  boxes now being sold are only  2y inches deep.-Vancniver AVorld.  The same act should bo effective  in Greenwood.  C. E. Jublin, M. R, of Helena,        u uw^  Mont., was in the city, this  week Dead wood camp,  with  the  president  of  the  B. C  Copper company.  other low-grade  properties iu   the  camp now being worked.  The Greenwood City Waterworks company will shortly install  an electric hoist at the Sudbury in  J. A. Ohonier. returned last week  from the West Fork where he had  been doing assessment work on  the Monte Carlo group.  A. E. Cross of Calgary was in  the city this week. Mr. Cross is  interested in West Copper camp  properties, and ,was hero with a  view to commence development.  There will be a meeting, of the  Prince Henry Mining company in  the city clerk's office this evening,  at which the future policy of the  company as regards development  will be decided on.  H. V. Fuller, while in Spokane,  completed arrangements hv more  vigorous development of. the Elkhorn and Gold Bug mines. -,  . Thirteen men are at present employed in development work by the  B. C. Copper company at the Lone  Star and Washington, just across  the international boundary line  from Central camp. .FrankGome,  an old-time prospector in the district, who visited : the property lately, says it looks as if it  would develop into oue of the big  mines of the'district.  Lower Railway Fares.  The passenger tariff on the western lines of the O. P. R. which  have been in operation for many  years, has been. reduced and tho.  new three cent rate, the schedule  of which  was decided   upon   some  IS 110-W  former  in  efl'eefc.  rate  has  some sections by at depth  three month ago  As a result the  been reduced in  at least a cent a mile. The enforcement of the new rate will reduce the fares all over sections of  the road in Manitoba, Alberta and  Saskatchewan, west as far as the  Rocky mountains. Tn Manitoba,  dn a great many of the lines, the  former rate was practically a 3-  cent rate, so  that on   branches of  H. V. Fuller returned from Spokane Sunday. He expects to resume work on the Bay shortly.  The mine has been closed down  for the past six weeks owing to  surface, water. The ore already  mined will be shipped this month.  Development is steadily progressing on the Strathmore, one of  the   richest  of  Greenwood's  high  grade mines and regular shipments  are being made. A diamond drill  will be started' this month and the  property thoroughly prospected at  A. M. Cleveland of Sherbrooke,  Que., and R. P. Williams of Ross-  land are installing a compressor  plant at the Sunset mine in Dead-  wood camp. Work at the mine  has been shut-down for the past  month awaiting a settlement of  the wage scale, but work was resumed this week with' a full complement of men. The Sunset is  owned and operated by the Dominion Copper compauy.  of.Kaien.island  for townsite pur- r0il<1  v,.ithiu  tho province the  poses is blamed for a good deal of |mlll(!t'ion "'ill not be  felt to. any  Rebekahs Elect Officers.  Thursday evening last week the  local  Rebekah   lodge elected  the  following officers :'  Mrs. D. McD. Hunter, N. G.  Mrs. W. B. Fleming, V. G.  F. 10. Brown, R. S.  Mrs. Boak, F. S. ���������  A. E. Braithwaite, Treas.  The other oflicers will be appointed at installation, which will be held  early in July.  For the best confectionery in  town go to McRae Bros. .  ALONG KETTLE RIVER.  The work on  the canal  of. the  the delay. And the bargain with  the natives stands in much the  sams position as it did ten months  ago. - It is just as likely -as not to  continue in the same position for  another year, though the recent-  understanding that was come to  with the provincial government  assists the situation.  Subsidiary companies in   which  friends of the Grand Trunk Pacific  and   the  government   are   stockholders and directors handle every-  ! thing that is worth handling within many miles  of Prince Rupert.  This is truo of the  commercial as  well as the real  estate sido of the  question.    There is a supply com-1  pany for lumber,  another for provisions, and so on, and these control all the  business.    It  is stated  that for the privilege of  handling  any kind of a  business  project at  J. A. Tuzo of Scott, Wash., was  iu the. city last week. Mr. Tuzo  was formerly a resident of Beaver-  dell on the West Fork, where he  is interested in a number of mineral claims. At present he is doing engineering work ou railroad  construction in Washington.  At the B. C. Copper company's  Mother Lode mine in Deadwood  camp, although there was not a  complete close- down, they have  been short of men for soma time.  extent.    On all branch lines in Al  berta and Saskatchewan the reduction in fare will range from  half a  -WMB.UUUUS   ,,���������������.      vvo  cent to a cent and a hamper mile, j ^y m-a  hi���������e been  coming in |know of one case in the Crow's  making travel considerably cheapei  It  is  reported  that  the B.   O.  Copper company  intend   to  establish a  company  store  here.    It is  to be hoped that the rumor is without   foundation,  as  more trouble  has resulted from  company  stores  in the west than  from  any  other  cause, and the people of this  district are tired of labor difficulties.  We want a rest.    If the directors  of the B. C. Copper company really  desire   to   close   their mines and  smelter no more effective method  could be taken  than  by starting a  company store.    Intelligent working men will  not stand that form  of robbery.    It has been tried time  after time in  tho  west, with one  result���������continuous   friction.    *We  The new rate affects in all about  four thousand miles of road. West  of Calgary and MacLeod * the passenger traffic will remain the same  for the present, as the new schedule  calls   for no change.    The   com  ind it is expected a full force will  be at work by the end of the present week.  Colgate Hoyt, president, and.B.  B. Lawrence, vice-president of the  B.   C.    Copper   company,  are in  mercial rate has been affected also,  and under present arrangements  the travelers now  enjoy a two and  Nest where a man and his wife had  a grocery bill of ninety odd dollars  for one month. The same bill can  be filled here for less than $.'30, and  Greenwood isn't a cheap town.  The man couldn't kick, ne had  This  is the contract on  which ho was makhi"-  the city this  week  first time   either  gentleman   has from  SS  to $10 a   da}-, still  the  visited the Boundary.    They will grocery  bill   was robbery just the  --���������v  Jlilvc il Iook ������' nU tl,c properties of same.    That account can  be pro-  a quarter ccnt_rate throughout tho*tIie company in the district before duced any day in this city  territory. - returning to New York. --  -         -- .,                                            _ School Report for May.  As wo   have   remarked   before,       E. G. Warren of the Greenwood ,   div.s/os i-j. , mvusov  nc.tl.er    the    postmaster-general, (City   Waterworks company is this Pupils actually attending! .'33   .  Uuncan Ross, M. P., nor the 0. P. week installing  a   20-horsepower  R. care a whoop   whether itr re- electric hoist at the .Diamond and  quires two days or ten days to de- Texas.     The   power will be fur-  liver   mail   fYom    Greenwood    to nisheii from Boundary Falls.    Af-  r, .       ,.        .,-���������������������������      '   ���������*��������� i Phoenix.    These copper, cities are tor a depth of one hundred feet him  profits aro   pulled   down   by the suit its own  companies which  have  the north  crn business in  hand.    Mr.   Rus  Rock Creek Irrigation company is sell, after his removal from the po- ���������,���������, ,.,������������������, 1)v  Mil    ,���������.  , ..  proceeding   rapidly   and water is sition  of   executive agent of   he C ,ZZd Ll   , ���������'  gradually.being turned on  as the railway company   had  his In.   s ,i Tn   ' twom-pno  work mwresses.    T.,��������� ,,...��������� :���������������������������*...,..,   .7., ""!"'> >   "���������" . h,H  ,um ������, l%> ������"���������(! the others mentioned will  convenience, the C.  P. R. will not make commotions  i������ the summer time so that one  can travel by  rail,   or  have  mail  work progresses.    The dam is situ- full of the affairs of these, subs!  ing the intervening week the sick smelters   in   tho   world   is  being  Chink   w'as  treated   on Christian  built there, and  the mining con  science method.s,burning tapers and  vilo-smelling incense. Wh'en tho  package came Tom  iniHunderftood  r������iw������lr'.ilw...i.'"������������������������������������    mi.  -   -   ���������""-" "l> '������-i'������m '" Hie matter.    T i(  pany own mines, smelter, railroad,  townsite, and available water. Tho  atmosphere is not al.l takon up yet. I month,  ated on Rock  from its junction with the Kettle  river. The water should reach Me-  Calluni's ranch, about four miles  from the dam,   by   the ond of this  the agent to say $1 35 instead of It costs from $12,000 to $TO,000 to     The company are  laying out a  lay,  take no action in the matter.    The I  will be installed.  a director, and it was the tangle of  business, when ho had for the moment so , many unsuccessful irons  in the fire, that brought about the I other places!  worry which caused him to shoot  himself.     He   was a sfcraightfor-  Wires are being strung  hy the  Greenwood City  Waterworks com  pany to the'Fremont, mine  to fur  nish   power   for an  electric  hoist  which  will   b'q, installed  in  a few  days.    Development is'progressing  Init half a dozen  letters  might bo 18[lt'iHfactori.Iy *'"!   ������>  is expected  and often are more important than      'lt   tho  a thousand letters passing between  -Phoenix Pioneer.  .fused  to take the get into the saloon ^^MU0^^^r^^ZtZ2 17  ���������   " ,T? ,* '^^  f the other Chink there, but no  ,���������������������������*{������������������  !������������������,���������,.���������,���������,.������������������,. L  ���������������������������,.   n '" "'d������ ward, clear-headed  business man,  package even if the other Chink  did die, and came to the Ledge  office to make his grievance pub-  ^t^rtZT* TT^?^0^ These are! but the game he handled in the  0 His liw H 1,T9 gM h /I W!,1"g,';Ul(!d ftndare (,������- no'rth ^almost beyond human  b   ploatd  to I, w 7 TTT   "if��������� WlHy ilm'HH (0 ������vcry emlumnoo,'.,,,! in  the meantime,  ,  .      ,.,./ ���������       . pleased  to  know that h red is part   of the company's nronertv  iga ��������� and said ,t was all a mistake doing well  and  laying  up a few The work is  under   he    iZ   0  an  wised  0 apolog,,o to the C.   short bits to bring him  back  to C. J. Lundy, of Midway   an old  I'. K. The sick Chink may live.      'British Columbia. I railway conLtor, and lr ibg  lie.       Yesterday     Tom     called  with tho new town tied up as it is,  there is a period of quietness in  store for tho subsidiary  companies  When you want a monument 01  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. O.  Mrs.   Flip-  talk ing.to a specialist,'and  ho says  my brain vitality  has all  gone to  my long hair,    Do you believe it?  Flip���������Woll-ei'-l' knew   it   had  Average daily attendance . . 27. ">0  Percentage of regularity . '. . s:{.(!l  Pupils present every session:  Kate Bernard, Mildred Hancock,  Grace Holmes, Theodore If tinier,  Annie Prout, .Edith West.  DIVISION'   II���������MISS C. if.  MAUTIN.  Pupils actually attending . . 51  Ayerago daily ���������'attendance. . '14.50  Percentage'of. regularity . . . 87.-1,']  Pupils present '.every session :  Ruth Bernard, Leo Barnett, J as.  Dermody, Maude Enles, Russell  Hunter, Harold Hunter, Alex.  J Hunter,   Walter- Jordan,   Eileen  he   property   will   mod to ,   n     ������    waiter. -Jordan,   Eile  added to the  list of Greenwood's        es'  lioy  Mily-   Charlie  McAr-  *    ������������������ ,(iIuir>    Jessie    MacDonald,    Fred  MacDonald,    Donald  high-grade shippers.  McAllister,  Anna MacKenzie, Vera Redpath,  Ethel Wright, Ward Storer, Dick  Taylor,'  Annie'  Wilcox,    Judith  iu which  local  companies are in-'gone.-St. Paul Pioneor^Press.  L. H. Moffatt, of Rossland, who  is  interested   iu   the   Greyhound  mine, Dein'lwood ;camp,  was in the  city Tuesday paying the men.   Do-1 Johnston  have   just   been  volopment   will   be   continued  on'  ,the property and shipments- made  to the smelter.    -Development so  far has proved a very large ledge, I He wlnr smokes" alvootomiy  one of the largest in the district, Belle cigar will surely live to smoke  with higher values than any of the j another day.  To get big fish and lots of them,  I buy your tackle at McRae Bros.  .,.4WM ���������,..���������������.���������_���������,  i.au-,*,^-���������,,^^^^^^^^^^ Greenwood  June G, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  en's and Boys9 Furnishings  We have decided (.0 clear out; our entire stock of  Men's and Boys' ���������Kurnishinu,.s. In order to do this  rapidly, we have reduced our prices to less than  wholesale rust.   No reserve.    EVERYTHING   FOR   MEN  AND BOYS TO WEAR AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.  RENDELL & CO.  Women's Goods ���������   Men's Goods  i  not yet been settled.    The finish is  yet to come.    Five years ago the  Ottawa machine in  this  province  laughed  at   Dick   MeBride,   four  years ago they were surprised, and  last   February   disgusted.    Today  there are several  members of the  Dominion parliament in B. C. who  would feel much more secure were  Dick MeBride removed from  politics.    The worst is yet  to come.  I If  the  Liberal   papers will   keep  !<|iiiet for a  few  months  the   Do-,  j minion elections will be held, after  which they will have cause (o curse  all the McHrides.  THE SMOKE  From  British  Lion  and  .Mainland Uig'ars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     Win.   Tiefjen  makes them in Vancou  ver,   and   Nat  Darling-  sells them on the road.  DR. MILLOY  DENTIST  (17   HASTINGS EAST  VANCOUVER  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, K. C , and the price is ���������}: a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, I'uited  States, JMexieo and Great Britain. To  other countries it is sent postpaid for  5?-50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, H. C.  JAS. W. GRIER,  PUBLISHER.  GRISENWOOi),   B.   C,   JUNK 6, 1907  "YWnvu Greenwood grow.  Jtst a little boost   now and then  might help some.    Try it.  Tins is going  to   be   tho   most  prosperous year  in   the  history of  I the    Boundary,     notwithstanding  I the labor and capital mix-up in the  j past three months.  1 ......  ! It is understood that the dilli-  ; culties between the coin panics and  j their employes have been satisfactorily settled and a permanent  agreement entered into.  Tin: men who left the district  I when the difficulty arose are nearly  1 all coming back to work at their  I old jobs, and in a couple of weeks  In Camborne gives*all its patrons; the mines and smelters of the  the purest food, drink and agars.! Boundary will alMie in full swing.  j    Sinck the lid was screwed down  James LindSley' Prop. ji���������  cities   of   Phoenix and Greenwood   there    is   a   very   marked  F. M. LAMB  '.������.:    PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  ���������- GREENWOOD   B. C  The Reception Hotel  Hotel  'Gfeenujood, 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 host. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J, Ml. kelson  is a very  absence in both towns of that element known as "non-producers."  The police commissioners of both  cities 'ire to be congratulated upon  getting rid of what might be safely  termed a very undesirable element.  Midway, it is said, is now the only  town in the district where you can  raise tho lid a little on one side,  A   I'Aut of the  presentment of  the grand jury was rather ambiguous���������that   referring  to  provincial  constables.    Whether  the gentlemen of the grand  jury  wished, an  increase in the salaries of  provincial constables in  order  that better men could be secured  or that  more efficient service  could be got  out of those already in office is not  clearly stated.    Perhaps  they had  in   view   the   almost . miraculous  escapes which prisoners sometimes  make while in the  custody of provincial    ollicers.      Whatever   the  conclusion  the   grand   jury   may  have expected the  public to arrive  at, the recommendation  for an increase  in salary  is   a   good  one,  leaving   out the question  of elli-  ciency altogether.    Provincial ollicers   receive  about  two-thirds  of  the   pay   of  a   laborer.    Ou  this  small���������shall we say���������stipend, they  have to keep up to a certain  social  standard which   necessitates  dress  suit and suit case, clean  shirt and  while  tie,   both   starched,   patent  pumpSjle ggings, riding crop, saddle  bags, cowboy hat, a  profound air,  and other icta not required by the  man  in   overalls.    He   should  be  proficient   in   craps,   draw,   stud,  catch-as-catch-can,    lawn    tennis,  short-arm jolts, high-balls, chinook  and skittles,   and also  be able to  purloin  a  comrade's private ' correspondence.'   He is supposed to  run the social scale from a gentleman to a pickpocket for the sum  of $U0 per montt. ��������� .Rather a small  stipend for such versatility.  fered   to   pay  S-J 0,000 instead of  8(10,000,    which   proposition,   tho  baron  alleges, was  rejected on the  ground that it failed to provide for  the allowance to be'made  to certain   newspapers which  would  be  required to represent to the public  that the bargain  was  a good, one  for the province.    Here the negotiations came to a standstill.    The  other side has yet to be heard.    If  the story of the baron  can   be disproved, so much the better for the  government.    Meanwhile,   it  may  be said that the sea  of  politics in  Quebec is very stormy.    This accusation regarding the negotiations  with the Belgian baron  is made by  one of the loading Liberals of Montreal, aided by a. counsel who is also  a prominent; member of the party.  What the Asselin coterie is after is  very plain,     ft is trying to  prove  that the  members  of  the present  government of Quebec are unfit for  their positions for reasons such as  those which the fcestimony'of Haron  L'Epine  suggests.    This  is an interesting    position,     because   the  present government came to otlice  after charges had   been made by it  against   JNIr.   Parent,   the    former  Liberal    Premier.      Mr.    Parent,  who succeeded Mr. Marchand, had  not been in office long when an attack was made  upon  him.    Senator Legris aud Senator Choquette,  important    Quebec    Liberals    alleged that brigandage  was a characteristic of  the  department over '. I  which he presided.    At .this time 11  an   inter-party   campaign  against 11  the continuance of "Mr.   Parent iu i|  office  was  coirimcuccd.    Three of 11  of influence at Quebec. Mr. Gouin  one of the ministers who had resigned from' the Parent cabinet,  became premier, while Mr. Tur-  geon, another anti-Parent Liberal,  became attorney-general.  Now*' comes   the  "brigandage'-'  charge against  some  of the  men  who supplauted  Parent.    It is of  their administration that the Baron  from Belgium tells the story of the  proposed rake-oil'on the land transaction for campaign purposes.    We  have thus, in the  L' ISpine case, a  repetition of the accusations made  in the  Parent case, which'charges  were a repetition of those developed  at an earlier period, when theque-  bec treasury was first  invaded   for  the purposes of  the  Laurier  election fund.    It  looks as if the provincial politicians in  Quebec were  too close to the Laurier faction.���������  Mail and Umpire.  When copper looks like 30 cents  cents - the whole Boundary can  smoke Royal Seal cigars.  ESTABLISHED   IN    1836.  NE of the oldest hanks cloinsr business irr this  country, -,  '"���������  56 Branches in Canada and United States  ������������������ Farmers afforded every facility in their  banking business. ���������  "  Sale Notes cashed or taken for collection.  Drafts bought and sold  ,  -   Prompt attention given to collections.  .Savings Bank Dept.���������Deposits of $ 1.00 and  upwards received. Interest paid every three  months:  H. F. STOW, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  rfer!  ���������Hi  BANK   OF   MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED   1B17.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. 0.       *  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  UNTING  I  CONTRACTOR!  BUILDER  q-E   PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000: REST,   $11,000,000  ifly    ��������� UN 3IVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.93  Jffl   Cfenoi-iil lliinlcinir Hiisinc-xtTi-nn-nu-UMl.  m  m  Drafts issuwl nil nil point  tiniis lniuli- sit- lowest rate.-..  PJ3   SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   *|    W  ������J    INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    ffil  and Online  ff^ff-F-F-F+VF  F. PROCTOR,  ANAGER GREENWOOD  BRACJCh  YYff^-F-FfW  ^^.^.^^^^^���������bAi^dizhAL+A+jizThh^^.  WMmw  1  it!  M  6  ���������to  $15,  The new and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity  Policy of the Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, Ltd., the largest accident company in the world.   Assets over "������7,000,000.  his colleagues-Messrs. Gouin, Tur-  TALLOWGRAPHIC NUSE  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ; ������2 a week  and up, at the Commercial  hotel, Copper street, Greenwood.    Bath Jin connection.  P. POUPARD  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at"  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, G igarettes and  Tobaccos  to   suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your pocket.  J. A.CHENIER" - PROPRIETOR  Next door north of I'ucific hotel,  .Copper street. Greenwood.  Tin-: American mail is being carried daily over the V., V. & K. to  Oroville, Wash. Bridesville, Myn-  caster, Sidley, Rock Creek and  Camp McKinney still get the regu-  ar weekly Canadian service. We  are a progressive people with an  exceptionally progressive postinas-  ter-gcneral. For a time it was  thought that .Duncan Ross and  Bill Galliher were responsible for  the villainous mail service in Yale  and Kootenay, but no one now  blames those gentlemen. The  postmaster-general's only conception of a mail service appears to be  his youthful remembrance of Joe  Mafrau's monthly trip on snow  shoes from Bon I'oint to McDonnell's lumber camp.  Tin-; Liberal papers of the province appear anxious as to the outcome of Premier McBrido's visit to  the Old Country, it might not  presumptions to point out that at  least on two occasions the Liberal  papers of the province and the Ottawa grafters have been sadly disappointed in Fremiti- MeBride.  The latter of those two occasions  was February L\ last. The majority of the people of the province  by their votes expressed their approval of tlKfc premier's policy on  the question of better terms, and  whatever the outcome ' may be  at London, the fact still remains  that this province has been tiii-  justly treated by the Laurier government. Premier MeBride has  hitherto made a good finish,  and it would be well to remember  that the better terms question has  By Our Lkasbd Likk. p  Grand Fokics, JuneG.���������We will  celebrate Dominion Day here, but  not on the instalment plan.  Ouoviu.h. Wash., June (i.���������  Biggest celebration that ever was  here Jul}-4. An oration that will  make you Canadians jump your  allegiance in 11.? seconds by a stop  watch. Rome lire crackers aud  other explosives. Gasoline launch  on the lake. A. few horse races.  Baseball team with money behind  it. Come and get the cash. Time  of your life with the lid off, but  leave your artillery and scalpers at  home.���������P. Johnson.  geon. and Weir���������resigned. Mr.  Parent endeavored to patch up his  cabinet, but without success. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, owing to the close  relations of the Quebec an Ottawa [I  governments, undertook to smooth  the difficulty over. He appointed  Mr. Parent, who had been held  responsible by Messrs. Legris and  Choquette for the. "brigandage,"  to the high position of chairman of  the Transcontinental Railway Commission, whereupon the politicians  who had operated against Mr.  Parent succeeded to  the positions  _   Dealer in s  |    Windows, Doors, I  I       Turned Work and    |  | (Inside Finish. ������  I SIIimi������:S,BlUCK,KTG. 1  4>  LIBERALISM IN QUFBEC.  MANITOBA j  I Wood Fibre Plaster I  PHONE  ^illlllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllMilllllli  65  I  i  i  r DISTRICT AOKNT, GRKKNW00D, 1!. C.  ^<^e^^r^r^^r^���������^^<^\  i  >  meetings of  Regular monthly  Greenwood lodge, No. 2S, A. F. &  A. M. arc held on the iirst-Thursday in each month, in Fraternity,  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. G. Wakbkn- W. M.  J. S. BruxiK, Secretary  Startling in the extreme is the  testimony given by Baron L'Kpinc  in the Prevost-Asselin trial'at .Quebec. According to his own statement, this Belgian gentleman became interested in land speculations in the Province of Quebec  through meeting with certain of  the provincial ministers at the  Liege exhibition. As a consequence of the interest he developed  he formed a syndicate, with a view  to the purchasing of large areas on  the line of the Gram) Trunk Pacific. When he came to arrange  with the government on the subject of the terms he found that the  price to be paid was ������1 per acre,  70.cents per acre to go to the pub-  lie treasury and -SO cents per aero j  to go to the election fund.  The area that the syndicate first  proposed to buy covered 200,000  acres. This would have given  $00,000 to tho election fund, But  afterwards /K)0,000 acres ' were  spoken of, and if such a sale were  made the election fund would  naturally get ������150,000. The  smaller area was, however, adhered   to,  and   tho syndicate of-  Transfer of License.  NOTICK is hereby, given thai at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood License district, to be held at Midway, B. C,  on Saturday, the 15th day of June, 1907,  at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, I intend 'to apply for a transfer of  license now held. in the name of Alex  AIcTherson and assigned to me, to Wesley Hrock, for the lioundarv Falls hotel,  at boundary Falls, B. C.  Boundary Falls, B.C., 3rd May, 1907.  Mrs. Jknnih E. Wakk.  Transfer of License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend  to apply to the License Commissioners at  their ueqt regular meeting for the transfer of the hotel license now held by Frank  II. Parker for the National hotel, situated  on lots lS and 19, block 7, map 21, city of  Greenwood, to Chas." V. Semerad.  Dated at the city of Edmonton, Alia.,  April 25, 1907.  F. H. I'ARKKR.  -AND-  Am  any  other ollice in tho  Boundary.  THE LEDGE  'Phone 23.  A meeting of the License Commissioners for the Greenwood Licence District  will be held at Midway, B. C. on Saturday, the 15th June, [907, at the hour of  ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing and determining the following applications for renewal and  transfer of licenses:  Hans. Peter Thompson, Vendoine hotel, Anaconda, transfer to Morris Van de  liogert.  Lewis Bros, Smeller hotel, lioundarv  Falls.      ���������  Alex Mcl'herson, Boundary Falls? hotel, Boundary Falls, transfer to Wesley  Brock.  Jas. Henderson, Algoma -hotel, Dead-  wood  W. W. Ludlow, Windsor hotel,'Donoro  Axel Guslofson, Pacific' hotel, Donoro.  Norman Luse. Summit hotel, Ivholt,  transfer to Geo. H. Bloor.  G. ^Arthur Rendell, Hotel Northern,  Eholt.  John A. McMaster, Union hotel, Kholt.  S. Diihl, Central hotel, Midway.1  C. M. Crou.se, Lancashire hotel, Midway.  J. V. Black, Oakland hotel,'Midway,  transfer to C. L. Thomet.  S. A. C'rowell.'Crowell's hotel, Midway  L. Iv. Salter, Hotel Spokane,  Midway.  S. T. Larsen, Riverside hotel, Rock  Creek.  Dated ut Greenwood, this 28th May,  1907. GEO, CUNNINGHAM,  Chief License Inspector.  Is midcv tlie management of Greig  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  GREAT  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C., has a Hue ot. nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any 1110110-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua purei given free with  spirits menti.  IIOUTH  01-' TIIK  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  TIJAI.V   1.KAVKS  'MTDWAY DAILY  S:20 A. M  ��������� ���������'  6:.JS 1  ARRIVES.  M.  Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast and Eastern   Points.  Stage to and  from   Green wood  meets trains at Midway.  For Further Particulars Apply  P.1L Buh.viiam, I).-P. &P. A.,  Grand Forks, 15. 0.  W. A, Ross, A. 0, P. A.,  "        Seattle,  Wash.  A. D. MORRISON  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, IJigh-OlasH Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,  Columbus and Havana Ark  CIGARS  are Union Made Cigars, made by \V. I'.  Kilbotii'iie & Co., Winnipeg and sold on  the road by GKORGF, IIORTON.'  About   Float  Float is not a  periodical.  Tt is a book containing SO  1     illustrations, all told, and  is filled with .sketches and  stories of western life.    It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the flush  (lays of  Sandon ; how it rained iii  Xew   Denver   long   after  Noah was dead;   how   a  parson   took   a   drink at  Hear'Lake in'early days;  how justice was  dealt  in  Kaslo in   ".)!5;   how   the  saloon man out prayed 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 iNulsou and  a  romance  of the Silver   King  mine.  In ,it   are   printed   three  western poems,  and  dozens of  article   too  numerous to mention.    Send  ��������� for one- before   it   is   too  late,    'fho price is twentvr  live cents, postpaid to any  part of   the   world.    Address all letters to  T. Lowery  KELSON, JJ. C.  k  \.  mum  ggMnmaunararani masm  r  ,\  \  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  ��������� Greenwood, B. C, June 6, 1907.  Kings Liqiier Scotcii Whiskey |  ���������    12 Years Old |  J. W. tturmester-s White Port. I  ���������    Jus. Horinossy & Co's 3-Star" Brandy.  '      |  GREENWOOD LIQUOR .00.1  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. 0.  CO  :v  ...���������,. WENT AND TRUST CO. LTD  Geo. R. Naden, Manager.  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral claims, mining stocks  City real estate bought, sold and exchanged  sSil  Im^llMI-iEEH:  1   ,  Some-Good Float  h  m  OUR OWN FLAG FIRST.  and shares  .call and sec ou  list.  GREENWOOD,  ������  f  B.  mssims^ssssBsm  In Addition to  E    BELL   PIANO  wo still sell all classes of  FURNITURE  Get our prices when your house needs  furnishing. ~  'J  iRTSON  NELSON, B. C.  k^&^Esss^sif^msE^^mssfSfm^sBssfww^  8'  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. Tc is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The .bar is always abreast of'the  ��������� times,"and meals are served 'in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  Eraest Jo Camttef, Prop.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock.  Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per |  Box.  PHOENIX, B. C.  i)  OP'  Is opposite the Great Northern depot, and is a delightful haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins  of hot water run through' the entire house, and  .bathrooms are always at the service of those in  search of material cleanliness. The dining room is  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fruit in a flower garden. The  sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  a plonsurc to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  The Canadian ohib of Winnipeg  lias directed tlie attention of theatre managers to the tendency to  magnify and exalt the Stars and  Stripes on the, Canadian Btage, and  to relegate tho Union .'Jack to the  rear. By the club the request is  made that this country be treated  in its amusements anil it wore not  a part of tho republic. The.ro can  bo-no doubt that our friends in the  West have hit upon a point in  reference to which care ought to  bo taken. We are a British people, and our, stage should bo  managed with a due understanding to that fact.  But, of course, the incongruous  inust be avoided.- There are many  plays the plot of which is laid in  the United States, and it would be  absurd to give-them a different  coloring upon crossing tho border.  There are other plays in which the-  soldiery of the United States  figures, and it would not do to  send the boy's in blue up and dow.n  the stage to the tune of "Rule  Britannia," with the Union Jack  at the head of the army. One of  the Winnipeg theatrical directors  says that an effort was once made  to localize a strictly United States  play by introducing the Union  Jack into a court-martial scene in  which United Slates oflicers were  trying one of their comrades. But  the courtesy which impelled the  company from across the line thus  to honor.tho (lag of Canada,'was  not appreciated at all. It would  be about as sensible to display the  Stars and Stripes- in " Richard  IU" as a compliment to our neighbors. The fact is that plays call  for the ilag of the country in which  the plot is laid. Tho British playwrights introduce the British flag  freely, and this feature of tho production is duly honored when the  play is produced in tho United  States. Similarly the United States  playwright introduces the flag of  his country, and that emblem is  received with every mark of respect both here and in Britain.  Still, there is a tendcnc}' in some  performances to forget that this is  not the United States, aud managers would do well.to see to it that  this error is avoided.        /  On the whole, the flag or each  country is respected by the people  of the other country. This situation ought to continue, and it is  bound to do so, if the sent&ients  'of both sides of the line are duly  regarded. We in Canada have a  kindly feeling for the national emblems of other countries, yet we  stand strongly by the principle:  "Our Own Flag First."���������Mail and  Empire.  To Cure Blushing1.  A great many men blush, said a  physician ; some so painfully that  they come, to mo to get cured.  The cure I recommend is an odd  one. It is the abandonment of  overhcavy clothing, especially of  woollen socks. Amazing it is how  many male blushers have a predilection for thick socks of wool.  But some blushers wear light  enough clothes.. To them I cau  only recommend a nerve treatment. I advise them to make  speeches at banquets, to bo witnesses in murder trials, to go to  teas and dances, to develop, in  short, the nerve as a wrestler develops his muscle.  Blushing is a- difficult disorder  to cuiv. As a rule it passes away  itself when tho victim roaches his  .'inth yean���������Now Orleans Times-  Democrat. '������������������'���������'  many of his tricks.  He says Mitch opens doors, pulls  dosvn the shades, in his master's  house in the evening without being  ordered to, smokes cigars, drinks  whiskey and bowls. Air. Clark  belongs to a lodgo' of F.Iks, and  Milch is as good an Elk ris any of  tho order. At] I o'clock ho drinks  to the departed and then strolls  home. When his' master visits a  .bowling alley he joins in tlie game,  pushing the balls along I lie alloy  with Iii.s nose and 'veering into tho  gutter when the ball has siillicient  speed to make a strike or spare.  Milch is a swimmer, and last  summer in Harvey's lake he held  a drowning girl's bcad^ above the  water until his master arrived in  a rowboat.���������Wilkcsbarre dispatch  to tho N. Y. Herald.  Au Inland Empire.  .The country between the international boundary and. Golden, on  both sides of the Kootenay river,  has been exploited, and it is positively known that mining will be  the important factor in the future  upbuilding of Southeast Kootenay, though lumbering, agriculture and grazing will all prove to  be prominent wealth-producing features of the district. The mines  in the main range of the Kooky  Mountains will be 'developed and  put on a paying basis as soon as  the necessary transportation for  machinery and ores is supplied by  the construction of the Kootenay  Central railway.  In the l'urccll range, as well as  the main range of the Rockies,  there are partially developed  mines which- will soon become  shippers, if transportation was at  baud, and this fact is borne out  by the large quantities of ore on  the dumps. In the Windermere  district mines are already shipping  and many small prospects all along  the proposed route of the K. C. R.  would'' become constant shippers,  all tending to make the proposed  railway -a paying investment as  each successive mile is constructed.  - There are many other inducements for a railway to build in the  Kootenay valley aside from those  already mentioned. The magnificent water power found on all  the rivers and Streams in the district would furnish power for  manufacturing purposes. The  country is easy of access, the road,  as surveyed, of less than one per  cent grade would be of easy construction, and would pass through  a productive country for its entire  distance.���������Cranbrook    Prospector.  An Unseen Splendor.  ,  A  Parsee,   visiting   London   for  thojirst time, dined one night with  tho  bishop, who  tried   to  convert  him.  Now, tho Parsces aro sun ��������� worshippers, and it did not occur to  tho bishop *when he took up his  line of argument that the London  winter season is one long, cold,  wet fog, and that the sun never  shows himself.    Said   the  bishop:  "Here you are, my friend, a  man of culture, widely traveled,  generous, brave, wise, and yet you  worship the sun. How can you  doib? I cannot understand how  any sensible person should worship a created- object, such as the  sun.V  "Ah, but you should seo it  once," cried the Parseo, wariulj'.  "You have no idea what a splendid thing it is."���������Argonaut.  a  11  The cry of all who have'once tasted it.   A trial  will convince you.   Lead Packets only.  AT ALL GROCERS.  I^EgJKgBimi^iiBa^^  Martha's mistress often boasts  of her readiness of resource. The  best nursemaid in town, she calls  her. One day she came home from  a drive, to bo confronted with the  startling news that the baby had  swallowed a button. And what  did you dn, Martha? she asked iu  some anxiety, although trusting  that-it had been the right thing.  Why, said Martha, 1 made hiin  swallow a button-hole right away.  ���������Youth's Companion.'  Is it a fact that your  mothor-in-  aw threw herself out of the third-  story window and you did nothing  - "Gould the conswmpttves f-of any  given CQvnmumty be seers at one time,  or ipass in panorama before the people3  public consciousness of the magnitude  of the afiftiction might be aroused. A  physical disaster shocks tlie world arcd  Jets loose the sympathy of millions. A  few thousand deaths are nothing as  compared with the deaths from con=  sumption."   LAWRENCE F. FLICK, IV3 D.,  Mcdicnl Director of Henry Phlpps Institutes for tho S-tudy, Treatment  and Prevention of Tuberculosis.  IS A'FIRST GLASS ADVERTISING  MEDIUM  AND THE PR0DUGT OF ITS JOB DEPART  MENT IS STRIGTLY HIGH.GLASS.  to restrain her? Excuse me; I  went to the first story to catch her,  but she had already passed.   ���������  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYRR and  IUKTAU,URGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead.eacti. .������1 00  Gold-Silver���������Si 50 Silver.Lead. .Jr.50  Zinc. .<2.oo Gold Silver with copper or  load. .^2.50.  Prompt, attention jjiyen to all samples  25 per cent,  discount upon five .samples-  riJAKER'Sr., NI-I.SON.  P, 0. Drawer, rioS. Phone, A67  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,    .  Proofing; Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  ���������������������������  E. W. Bishop,  Agent  GRKENWOOT), B. G.  Many   reasons  surely   must   influence  men  and  women to help in the great work being- carried on by the  IUSK0KA FREE HOSPITAL  ��������� FOR CONSUMPTIVES.-'  the   consumptive.    This  Other  institution  I ospitals  refuse  cares for them.  A Rem:trka?lc Bog.  What can Mitch do ? repeated  Frank Clark of this city. 'Everything but talk ; and to mo ho talks  11 language that is intelligible.  Mitch is ������ bull-terrier, and his  owner is a jeweler. Mr. Clark  raised   tho   dog aud  taught   hiixi  Not a sins:?T applicant has over been  refused admission to the ftfluskofca Freo  Hospital for Cccisumjptives because of  his or her poverty.  Seven hundred and thirly-eig"ht patients have  been cared for; since the Free Hospital was opened  in  1902.    Take a week's record:  63 patients in residence; 37 absolutely  free, not paying: a copper toward their  maintenance; 15 paying- 50 cents a'day  or toss; 5 paying $4.00 a week ; 4 paying  $5.00; ono paying $7.00.  Those figures tell plainly of a large deficit on  maintenance  account each tnoiiLh.   To cover  this the trustees are dependent  upon   the    contributions    that  come  parts  SEEDSI  TREES  PLANTS  For the farm, garden, Jlawn  or conservatory. Tested Stock of  Reliable Approved Varieties,' at  reasonable prices.  Bee supplies, Spray Pumps 'aud  Spraying Material, Cut Fowers, [etc.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  . 3. 0. tbclin $ go., nelson  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British ,' Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE,"  PROPB.  J. It. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. C.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE .& PAPWOBTH.  CATALOGUE FREE  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  T^EJVfOJSlT HOUSE  Nelsou. B. C, is ruu on the  the American aud European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t^e safe.  MeJoipc   |5c   Tiregillus  Geor  work of faith been carried on  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at $10, $12 and ������15  Per Acre.  ft J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  Tlie.  The  f^efeo Hotel  SANDON!  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   IJverything up-to-date.  CO. m. BENNETT  PROPRIETOR  S. J,  AI������tlNMTKATtUN HL'II.IIINO.  Ml'SKOKA FKKK  HOSPITAL Rill CONSUMPTIVES.  WILL YOU HELP DIVIDE THIS LOAD WITH THE TRUSTEES?  CRAX1IU00K, 15. C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries.in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  Contributions may ho sent to SIR WM. R. MEREDITH.  Kt., Chief  Justice Osgoodo Mall. Toronto, or W.J, Gage, Esq.,  54 Front Street, W., Toronto. D|  Applications   for  admission  and all   Information   from-  J.  S.  HOBEirrSON,   Secretary   National   Snnirarlt-m   Association,  ...   (Saturday Night Building), 28 Adelaide Street, W., Toronto, Canada.  M ���������  V No, 3  06������  ' ���������    '   I'-  Good accommodation and  reasonable, rates. One ol" the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room- and lunch  counter in connection.  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COl'l'EU ST., OKUISNWOOD.  STAEKEY & ,00.  NMI/SON, li. c.  WHOUvSAMv  DK.ujius in;  Phoducf:   and   Provisions  The Windsor Hotel  of Grand I'orku, 11, 0., caters to  miners, mechanics', and smelter men  A. B. Sloan, Manager.  j -iii  j -IE  - S  4  -in  ..-.������;  ������������������\i  ��������� '.'i(i  V Greenwood, 13. C, June 6, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  summer is  it will pay you- to examine m  our stock of Summer Suits, m  have a nice line  of  Two Piece Suits in homespun  Just received, a  of John B.  Stetson's Hats, ||  composed of thirteen differ- S3  ent styles.    Or, if you prefer g  a Panama, we can give you %  the real thins: for $9.00.  For1 sonic time past I've boon  bnyiug a dozen of eggs every week  at this store, and I invariably iind  t\vo bad ones in every dozen, Something's got to be done about it,  said ah irate housekeeper. ���������, Well,  said the new clerk, naively, and  with a quiet smile, niebbe if you'd  only bought half a dozen you'd  only got one had one.���������Grocer's  Literary Gazette.  No one is prohibited from smoking JFagdala cigars during Lent.  lie���������Miss Ilighnote is certainly  a homely girl, isn't she? She���������  Well, she isn't a beauty, but when  you hear her sing you will forget  her face. He���������Gracious! Is her  singing as bad as that?���������The Club  Fellow.   !h)���������May I have the next dance?  She���������But J'm ongaged.  He���������Share,   whit   about   that?  Tin married.  JBEffliSSEffiSEHlISa^^  C. & B. Assorted Fruit Syrup, Swee,t Cherry Phosphate, Welche's .Grape Juice���������2  sizes: Morton's Raspberry Vinegar���������quarts, Monscrab Lime Juice, Lime ���������  Juice Cordial, -VVeat India Lime Frail;. Juice.  iaSSZBSEBH^  I  L_.TjVIITBD.  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing- and Gents1 Furnishings.  They told the youngster to soak  his feet in a tub of salt water if he  wanted to toughen them. He  soaked his hands, too. It's pretty  near time for me to get a licking;  he explained. Tomorrow I'm going to sit in this.���������Xcw York Sun'  Customer���������[ want a piece of  meat without fat, bone or gristle.  Clerk���������You'd better have an egg,  ma'am.���������JNTew York Mail.  Gauss���������How does your dog like  your new neighbor 1 Matchelt���������  ft's a little too early to say. Rover  has had only one small piece.-  Smart Set.  When copper looks like 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary can  smoke Royal Seal cigars.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble. Works, Nelson, B. C.       *  NOTICE.  Mrs. Skinnum���������Why are you  all hiding from Tommy? Little  Lizzie���������Tommy is the butcher  coming with the bill.-Philadelphia  Record.  sr!  GTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  Nrone but the best brands  [^������Tof liquors and cigars,  ilorning bracers and  and evening hyballs always within easy reach  of the 'barkeep.".  C. A. DEMPSEY" prop.  Transfer of License  NOTICK is hereby given thai al the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood I.i-  ceuse District, to be held at Midway on  Saturday, the 15th day of June. 1907, at  the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, 1  intend (o apply for a transfer to "George  H. Moor of the license now held by me  lor the Summit hotel at Kholt, B. C.'  fiholt, B. C, 3rd May, 1907.  ' Norman Luse.  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and jjame dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Hivem,"Prop.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  .GREENWOOD LOCAL NO. 311  Meets firsl and third Wednesdays ofevery  month iu Eagles Hall atS p. 111.   Visiting  members cordially invited to attend.  KitANK. Sl'lCARl.vo, l'in. Sec'y,  .Edoar W. Ijynks, President.  s  union  will  Monday,  Greenwood   Minor.-i'  celebrate   Labor   Day  September  2.    Mine and  smelter  managers please note. Imtf.  We offer Special bargains  iu tho following : .  Poultry Netting,  Screen "Wire Cloth,  Adjustable Screen Windows,  Ice, Cream Freezers,  Lawn Jlose,  Tents,  Fishing Tackle,  Fire A .mis,  Amihunitiou,  Babies' Go-Carts  Washing and Sewing Machines ���������  Teaming  And  Braying  All kinds of heavy teaining.and  draying done at reasonable rates by  W. U. Burnett,, Church street.  Call him up and see how quickly  anything from a pound to ten tons  can be moved.  'Phone R 147  Q*&/%Se/&*l>fQ>AW&1&*StSto %/fb.^/^B  i'ART IV.,  " WATER    CLAUSES    CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897.  '['IIIS I* tiH'vrtirytlmt tlio Hock Creek Irrlyn-  i Mini Company, Llmiti-rl. incurpomti'il tlie  .i.'itl, day of Mnrch, A. D. ]!io", Iinvliur complied  wiili thi! picivtoldiix of tln> "Tower Companies'  Ki'llef Act, l!������������,"lm* Biiliiiilltcd its undertiikliii;  to the Utjiitouant-Oovernor in Council tor tip-  iiiovul. iind Hint tlie swirl undcrtiikiiiK. n* alicvvii  liy tlio (locuuicntH and plnn lili'tl. Iws licuii n|i-  pi-ovi'il.nml that tilt- stune i.t as follows:���������  (I.) 'I'lii: coiistnictloii of 11 (hint at tlie point  nlii!ivii mi tlie pin 11 filed, null tin-, iippllcution of ;  n-.-itevs illviittod from Koek Crock for rlistrilui-  tlon for irrigation purpo.-ie.i on tin- Imids dollned  011 tlii'suiil plan :  (:'.) Tlie. ooiiiUrui'l ion of ciuml.i, illlclfes, flumes  ninl iilpe-liiies, mid suclr oilier works 11.1 limy lie  R'i|iuri!il for Irrigation iiiii-poHes:  (.'I.) Tlie iicfiiliultlon of such liuids ,-is may lie  neeesmiry for tin; Company's iniilcrtiikliij.':  (-1 ) The iierpiUIHon of waU'r by record, pur-  i'Iihco nr otlierniaii:  (fi.) Oeiicrally tliii powere del out in lliu Memo  riiinliiiri of Association of tlie fi.iid Company,  And tills is further to certify that the iiinoiint  of lliucnplliil of tlioComp.n.v which will he duly  ���������Mibserllii.d foreiilryiiiK on lis iindcrtiikliijr, In;-  fore It exercises tlio powers conferred Ij.y the  " Wilier ClnilHui Coiisollrliition Act, 1MI7," mid  aliiendliif,' Acts, inhcjeliy lixtdiit Fifteen tliiius-  iuiiI ilnlliirn itirifttm), and micJi cnpltiil shall he  Mili-crlljod iind t wbh ty-f I ve f afl) percent thereof  (icliiiilly paid up wllliln three montlm from Die  iliile thereof; and tlie lline within which work  l.-i In l>e commenced Is four month* from the dale  hereof,  And subject, us aforesiild sudi application Is  lieiubv npiiroved.  Ualed this and tiny of May. A, I). JM7,  KKKl/K J, KUI/roN, I  ���������KM!/ Clerk of'llu li.tecntlve Coiinell,  A. L.White & Co.  Phone 1(>.  NOTICE.  NOTICK. I hereby irlvc notice, that sixty days  inter date,! Intend to lipid/ to Hun., Chic! Com-  uii'slonerof Liindsaiid vVorks, for permission  lo purchase !li������ following (leserlheil lam I situ-  .-lie Iu the Sliiiilkniiieeii Dlvl.lmi of Yale ills-  ti'lct: CO;iniiH'iieiiii,'at. tint soutliwi.U corner of  Lot a.'IHi), tlieiici: east'to cliiihis. Ilieneo north So  chains, tlienco west-In clinins, llieuce south So  chains lo place of eomiiienccineiit, coutiUniii'.-  .'Wniieres.  Dated this ,'Kitli day of April. W������7.  KOIIHRT I). KKflK.  NOTICh!���������T hereby jjivc notice that,  sixty days after date, I intend to apply lo  the Hon., the Chief Commissioner of  Lands aud Works for pcrmissio'n to purchase the following described laud, situate in the Siiiiil.kameeu Division of Yale  District: Commencing at a post do  cliaios south of the south cast corner ol  Lot 2360, thence east 40 chains, thence  south '40 chains, thcucc west 40 chains,  thence north 40 chains to pluce of commencement, containing 160 acres.  Dated this 30th ony of April, 1907.  A. C. IJALH.  SUMMKR  Excursion Hales  from' greenwood  $54.55"  To  Winnipeg,  J'ort Arthur,  St,  T'aul, Diiluth,  Sioux City.  St. Louis,   $62.05. Chicago, J66.05  Toronto,       fSu.55 Ottawa,   #84.60  Montreal,   #86.05. St. John, Jt/i.os  Halifax, $103.85  ON SALE  JUNE; 6, 7, 8  First-Class   Round   Trip   5)0  Days Limit.  Corresponding reductions  from all Kootenay points,  ���������Tickets available for lake  route, including meale and  4& berths on lake steamers.  Rates qnoted to any Eastern  htrtion on application.  .I, H. UAICTKK,  I). I'. A.,  ^j. iVoMuii.  Not an Olive, but a Lemon.  " ll'hat politician seems willing  to extend the olive branch 1o his  enemies."  '���������'Well," was the answer, "it  looks like an olive branch to start  with, but by the time he gets  through trimming the leaves and  twigs off, it turns out to be the  orjinary big stick."���������Washington  Star.  They've.started a (pieer restaurant clown town ; no tables, . no  chairs, no food, no waiters. What  are- they running it on, air or  water? Neither-Christian Science-  you think you eat, so much a  think.���������Brooklyn Life.  flow far are we from Chicago V  asks the pa:-senger, plucking at  the sleeve of the conductor as that  oliioial passes him.  Three wrecks, one misplaced  switch and a washout, answers the  conductor, hastening on, ��������� lighting  his'red lantern as ho  goes.���������Life.  Premier  Hungarian  ��������� Flour  Is not a new flour oji^thu market. It'  lias been in use for years. Ask fora sack  in vour next order.   Sold by  Htiiiler-Kendrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith & McKwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by tlie  Alexander  Milling Co'y  BRANDON, MAN.  Transfer of License.  NOTICE Is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the (Jrecnwood License District, I shall apply fora transfer  from me to Morris Van de Ilogert of the  hotel license now held by me in respect  of the Vendome Hotel, situate on lot 8,  iu block 5, iu tlie townof Anaconda.  Anaconda, 1!. C, May i,\, 1907.  I'. Thompson. .  Xntii-c is licri'liy fjiven tiln t .'SO cliiys after rinte  I intend to upplv to the llonornble the Chief  Commissioner of Liiwls imtl Works, at Victoria,  for a hpucinl IIcpudu to cut and carry away tim-  hor from the following described lands hi V,-i!c  district:  Xo 1���������Commencing at southeast corner lot  2S.-IS, tlienco Ml chains north, llience SO chain-!  cast, tinnier Si clinins south, thence W) chains  west to point of commencement..  Dated April lSrli, IM7.  No. 2��������� CciiiiiiciK-iiii; at a post planted at tlie  soiitlien'-t coiner of lot a.'KlS, tlicncc west ai  chains, inoro or less, thence south -10 chains,  tlienco east Kl'i chains, more or less, th'enceiiortli  ���������Kicliains, thence wc.it, SO chains to point of commencement.  Rated Apr:l lsth.l'ioi.  Xo. :i���������Coinineiicini,'at the nortlipiist corner  lot S78, thence s.'iitli -III chains, t.liencc east Wi  cliaius, tliL-nce. iiirtli lo.ihains. tliencii wi'nt So  chains to point of commencement.  Dated April istli, l!ln7.  No. t���������(.'omineucinir at tlie northeast- corner  lot .S7s, thence ca.-t SO clinins, tlienco north Si)  chains, tlienco west ^0 chains, thence south SO  chains n point of cominenccnient.  J)ated April lSrh, liiui.  J>'o. a���������Commencinjr at tlie northwest comer  Limit Xo. t. tlicncc north so chains, thence east  Michalns, tlieneesouth fid chains, thence west 80  chains lo point of commencement.  Dated April lSt!i.l!<i7.  Xo.|i;-Commeiu:iiif,r at tlie northwest corner  of Limit No. .|, tnene.e north Si chains, thence  west So eliains, thence south ,H0 chains, thence  east Ml cliaius to point of commencement.  Oated April lStli,l!Hi7.  " Xo. 7���������CoinmcncliiK at a post planted Tat the  northeast cornor of Iiimit Xo. 7. ahont two  miles north and one mile least of location pi>sI  of Iiimit Xo |.'i, thence south jH> chains tlicncc  wcwl so chains, thence north SO chains, thence  east Ml chains to point of commencement.  Oated April ISlli.tw;.  Xo. .S-Comiiieneiiif,'at a'[.ost planted ahout. a  mile v.-est iif location post of Limit Xo. 7. at the  iiorlliv.vstleorner Jif Limit Xo 7. thencej.'euth  HI chains, tnciieu west SU chains, tlienee north SO  chains, thence eastiso chains; to point of commencement.  Dated April lHth, It'll".  Xo. !i���������CouuiieiiciiiK at tlie northwest corner  of Limit Xo. 7, tlienee north SO chains, tlicncc  east sn chains, thence south SO chains, thence  west SO chains to point of coiiimencemcnt.  Oated April lsth, l:m7.  No. id���������ConimcwIiiK at a poat planted at the  northwest corner of Limit, Xo. 7, llionce nurtli  SO chains, tlienee west So chains, thence smith sn  chains, thence east SO chains lo point of commencement.  Dated April IStli, 1IK.7.  Xo. 11���������Commencing at a post planted al tlie  southwest corner of Limit; Xo. 11. about two  miles west of Xo. 10locution post, thence north  JU chains, tlienee east 80 chains, therccsouth so  chains, thence west to Chains to point of commencement.  Dated April lsth, 1U07.  Xo. 12���������Commencing at a |������)st planted lit the  southwest corner of Limit Xo. II. thence north  txi chains, tlienee west SOc.hains, thence south So  chains, thence cant SO chains to point of commencement.  Dated April isth.l!l07.  Xo. ft-Commcnciiig at a jioat planted nt the  southwest corner of Limit No. U,tliunee west so  chains, thcucc south SO chains, tlienee cast 80  chains, thence north SO chums to point of commencement.  Dated April lSth, 1!KI7.  Xo. Iti-Comniciicinc at a post planted at the  southwest comer of Limit Xo. 11, thence so  chains cmt, thence SO clinins south, thence Ml  chains west, thence 80 chains north to point of  commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1W7.  Xo. 17-Cominencing at a post planted at a  point ahout two miles, more or less, south of  locution post of Limit Xo. Ill, tlienee ca-.t 8n  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west Si)  chains, thence south 8n eh ilns to point of cum-  incnci'mcnt.  Oated April 18th. 1!>07.  Xo. 18��������� Commencing a< a post planted nt n  point one mile west, more or less, of location  post of Limit Xo. 17, thence cast So chains,  thence north HO chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains to polntof commencement.  Dated April lSih, 11107.  Xo. Id���������Commencing at a post planted at the  soiithwc-it corner of limit Xo. 18. thence west so  clinins, thence north so chains, thence east. So  chains, tin-lieu south So chains to point of commencement.  Dated April lsili. 11107.  No L'o-Comiiieiicliig al a Post, planted In  chains, mnro or less eitsllof location post of Llaiit  No. 17, tlienee south 10 chains, tliencu cast, to  chains, tlienco north lo chains, thence west to  chains to point of commencement,  ���������JDnteil April 18th, liiti".  Xo. It���������Coininencing at a post planted one  mile west, more or less, of location post, of Limit  Xo. Ill,thence south so chains, tlienee west, sn  chains, thence north SO chains, thence east so  chains to point of commencement,  Dated April 18th, l!io7  Xo. Ill���������Commencing-at a post planted at the  northeast corner of Limit Xo. 11, thence west 8n  chains, thence, north sn chains, tlienco east ������n  chains, thence south so chains to point of commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1!)07. .  No. Ill���������Commencing nt a post planted pne  mile, more or less, north of location post of  Limit No, III, tlienee north xo chains, thence  west 80 chnlnc, thence south 80 chains, tlienco  oast 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April IStli. 1007,  No. 'ti���������Commencing at a post planted al th  southwest corner of Limit No. 21, thence north  80 chains, thcucc east 80 chains, tlicncc south 8n  clinins, thence west so chains to point of commencement,  lhited April lHlh, 1007,  Xo Kl���������Commencing; at a post planted ut a  point two miles, more or less, cast of location  post of Limit No, VI, thence north SO chains,  thence west 80 chains, thence south hdcIiiiIim,  thence east 80 chains to point of uommciiccnioiil.  Dated April 18th, 1007,  No, LM-Commeneiiig at a post planted at the  southeast cornor of Limit Xo. i.'.'J, thence north  80 clinins, tlieueecast 80 chains, thence south so  chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.  DitteU April I81h, llio7.  W.CLA VTON,  By J. II, liAST, Audit.  ADIAN  i  &  Uunv  I'AII) Ifl' CAPITA!.. SI 0,000,000.  JIKSIOKVH. FUND, SB,000,000.  B. E. WALKER, President.        ALEX. LAIRD, General  Manager'.  K. II.  iMOURIS, Stipb.  Pacific Coast Branches.  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts may lie opened by'  mail with sill-branches of.this Bank.   .  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of SI and upwards received, and interest allowed at cnrrent;.  rates.    The depositor  is subject to no delay whatever  in   the  withdrawal of the whole or any'port-ion oF the deposit.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.'-  ���������   9a9ffi������fflffi8e<^ae������������0������eiS4Jffl<JC'<>34^M(59������������������3������St3i���������������������e������������@������������CS'S  0  I ' Dealers in  s?  g  o   Ffresh and Salt JVTeats. pish and Poaici^y  i  | g   Shops in -iU3iu'ly ill I (he towns of lionndnry and  | | the Kootenay.  ������o ������  o S  ������OQ������<  ������-2^S^.-S������g������3&������Q(Ef/O?VS^330aOWGCi3-3C^CCGSCI<>������-C^-8-CaSC;������(������S������  r^rgSSSSX  Mi a  Supplies electricity (bi" Power, Lii^ht, .ITeatino-  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  Cor hoisting- and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that tho service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  IK!  m&ssms&m'gHS^ss^:^  Opened and remodeled, is now the  best-appointed. .Rcslaurnnt in the in-  tei'ior of I^ritish Columbia. Call and  see lor yourself. The best cooks and  the most cxporieisecd and attentive'  waiters only employed, IOverything  in season that the market can supply.  re*ymtiatt3^SMm^CTai������tm^

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