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 <'���������!.,  V  'L^-Z^t^-OJtJ  REGINA   WATCHES  AT AU/j'KICWi.   . ,_ .   '      AI^0I,UTKLY GUARANTEED  ������������������'���������; ������������������"'.' '''-/-vJA.-LOGAN, &;C0;  '..- ,\, ",  WATCHMAKERS V   _   ��������� ���������   , ! AND   '''���������'��������� ' '  JEWELERS  ��������� >���������}��������� i V .>'  * ��������� wm-������rM>.-rwwi������ng-ff4Er.^ i*r  FOR THAT TIR������D FEELING  W o Imvu tlie B&t Spriiic- Tonic.  ���������     ���������   A..... ��������� ' -' .< ..  WHITE'BROS.  Only Onii Dollar' a Bottle  ,VOL XI If:  GREENWOOD, J3. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 13,1907  sgss^&ssssss $ms '&am^%?^������&%m  Qm%mm asssssssfis^ssg^^ssg  Dr.   Ma-tliison, dontist, opposite  the poatoffico.   ',  'Afidway anil Greenwood will play  baseball-here'Sunday afternoon.  A   sitting of the county  court  will be hold here on the  KSth in'st.  x   George' McLcod .of Winnipeg has j Similkameen properties,  been visiting his  brother Norman''. B: ' C." Trim an   and  K.   C.   B  for the past week. , . '   Frith, returned  Monday   after- a  "Cariboo Brand", Tape Gntla  Peroha Fuse is" the highest'grade.  iriinter-'Kondriok Co. are. distributors.  Thos Roderick leaves this week  to  do   assessment,   work    on   his  Jos. and Mrs.. Wilmshursfc are  spending a couple of weeks in Spokane and vicinity.  couple of weeks, spent in Spokane.  W.'E. George,   foreman  of  the  Cariboo mine  at Camp McKhmey,  Have.the bartender show yoiia|waS]'n the  city a few  days .this  Magdala cigar  the next' timo you hveekv;  lean against the bar.       ��������� .     ,   "   The report of the election of offi-IOro .,..200100001    10"  Hardy &  Co.  of Midway  have cers of the local   Rebekah  lodge Phoenix .700001000     S  about teiMiiinutes and resulted in  a score of seven.   Both teams were  .shut out in the second  and  third.  Tn the fourth Orovill  laid   up  one  1'iin and  shut Phoenix  out.    Tbe  fifth was a goose-egg for both,    fn  the' sixth   Oro   dropped   tho  ball  every1 place  but  where   a  fielder  ['from   the glory-hole town   stood,  and piled  up  six  runs,   with   one j  for   Phoenix.   , The seventh   and  eighth were blanks, the  ninth one  for Oro and a blank  for Phoenix,  leaving  the  score   10-S in favor of  Oro. - The game was  if good ono  throughout, and'the fact that there  were few' kicks is proof of  the impartiality of the umpire."  ���������> Following is'the score by innings:  1 2 3,4 5 0 7 8$)    T.  Canadian Banks  The following praise of-the Canadian banking system is found in  the New York Journal '.of Commerce'.:  "Canadian bankers and financial  Simpson was nearly? frantic with  grief and declared, between sobs,  (o her young girl friend, that if  Alonzo died she would never marry,  again. She prayed fervently that  he would not, be taken away from  her, and those-who doubt the eili  writers have a right to congratulate  themselves upon the superiority of |cacy of W^1'. be convinced,   for  their   banking   system,   which   is  Mvs'   Hati,ie   Simpson's  supplica-  more nearly perfect than any other  in the world, and puts to shame  the clumsy and disordered "national  system of thcUnited States.  "It affords what "is here sometimes derisively spoken of as 'assets currency," a perfectly safe and  elastic form, of note circulation,  which expands and contracts with  the    demands    of   business,   and  ������������&������  Vantouvku, Juno 10, '07.  More than 10 years of the usual  - .-.    ���������     onSL!l ,lilVft slipped over the dump  tious were answered. For husband  ot oblivion  since   I  first breathed  eminiscence. ���������      I  8 %M^&3 fi^MsssasssssssS  was restored to her., Orchard, or  Horsely, was also a member of the  congregation where Mrs. Simpson  worshipped. Tie took,an active  part in church work, and was  threwn much in Mrs. Simpson's  company. It was only natural  that two young people of strong  religious natures would  sooner or  the salino ozone of moist, but  beautiful Vancouver. It was upon  the initial day of April, 'and, ret  further sacrilege of this beauty  ���������spot by strangers: Victoria is one  of the most hospitable saloon towns,'  in the west. Without the slightest.  dilliculty I located the best free  lunch on . this continent, with, a  Chinaman to  cut the  meat.    For  through the.branch   banks  it fur-  la,tcr   be   drawu   closer   together,  nishesthe means not only  of dis-' iIm'e particularly  so, when  it  is  rospeetive, I  think  what a snap'I  inside   information . see  me . after  would  now  have  with  my heavy [church  added a general  repair and special  ,n lasfc week's issue was  incorrect.  tributing and  collecting  this  delivery  to  their   gents'   furnishings department. '    "  Some of the local lawyers went up  to Phoenix Tuesday to arrange a  little unpleasantness among residents of the glory hole city.       -  The Moore Concert company will  appear in the Auditorium Friday  and Saturday evenings. - The company is highly spoken of by the  press along the Crrow.  Eemomber .the big celebration  'At Oroville July 4th. The people  ^ there will treat you right. Those  so inclined, instead of watching  the sports,' can take a trip on  Osoyoos lake, which is only a short,  distance from the town.  Although it was disagreeable  weather, the dance given by the  Ladies' Aid of the Roman Catholic  church last evening was well attended, about sixty couples being  present. Over two hundred tickets  were sold. Light refreshments  were served by (he ladies.  Mike Ledis, an 'employee at the  Greenwood smelter, was injured  Sunday last by one of the ore dump  cars coming back and striking him  on the back ofthe head. Tie was  taken to the Sisters' hospital. At  first it was thought his injuries  would prove fatal, butghe is slowly j  recovering.  Thos. Murray came down  from  tho West Fork  Monday.    He says  the report puplished in the Spokesman-Review some  days ago that  the Gold Bug had  been  sold   was  incOrrect.    A deal is on  the  way  but  final   arrangements have not  yet been made.    The dispatch was  sent out from Grand Forks and isl  as relioble as   could   be,expected I  from that source.  II. L. Massoy and Mrs. Massoy  returned this week from Saskatoon,  Sask,   where   they    purchased   a  The election will,be held this even  ing.    The  other local  paper  was  caught by"the same "jobber.    The  newspaper usually plays even.  Ralph   Smailes   came up   from  Seattle Saturday evening and  left  Wednesday     morning    for   ]STew  York.  -When   interviewed, in reference to the Midway and Vernon  railway, Mr. Smailes had  nothing  definite   to offer for   publication,  but'thought  an   early resumption  of work might reasonably bo hoped  for. . His trip east is in connection  with the Mid way and Vernon.     -  There is to be a ' monster celebration at Sidley on Dominion Day  this year. - The events will consistjof  small sports, horse racing; klootch-  mans' raco, lug' of .war," etc.    Tn  the evening there will   be a dance*  at the Mountain View hotel.    The  visitors to Sidley that day  may be  assured  of a good .time, as  anything   Mr.   Sidley   undertakes   is  done   thoroughly.    Persons  going  by i rain from  this side Will reach  Sidley about S o'clock the evening  before.  cur  away. -Jap-a-Lac will make it  look like new. You can get it at  Hunter-Kendrick's.  Don't throw your  old furniture  ren<ry'readily,   but  of placing the  capital and credit of the main institution where thqy can be used to  best advantage.  " The superiority of the system  over ours is constantly exhibited,  but if a time of strain or stress  should come it will be demonstrated  in a striking fashion that ought to  teach us a lesson.  " Canada   is  justly   proud and  confident in  her  banks,   and our  Our Claims Just  Vax'couvkij, June .10.���������"If there  ever was a time when Ottawa  should have recognized the justice  of the.elaims of British Columbia,  it was at the conference last winter  when for the first time  since 18G7,  a change was made in the British I loose-jointed and cumbersome sys  North America Act. That was tern is a cause o.f continual dissat  the government's first opportunity  isfaction and is likely to  be one of  to do the  fair  thing  with  British  Columbia, which in  my view, will  yet be the banner province  of the  Dominion.    Considering the  difficulties it has had to'encounter, and  its physical features, it has against  the greatest odds made the most  remarkable progress of any of  the  provinces.    But with such a sparse  population   you   need' assistance,  and though you send to  Ottawa a  solid Liberal contingent, you don't  get it,   not a fraction tof what you  are entitled to,  because  that  contingent isn't strong enough  to as-  sertyour claims���������doesn't seem to,"  have any influence whatever  humiliation  when put to a severe  test." _  The Sinner's Return  To the Kditor Nelson Canadian:  Detective McPaHand,' who is responsible for securing the confession <5f Orchard, attributes his success to the fact that the arch-nuir-  considered that neither the husband  of the one nor the wife of the other  ever made any open  acknowledgement of religious conviction. They  used to meet at revival  meetings,  at choir  practice and  at socials.  Horsely always escorted.Mrs: Simp-  sou home, and the husband,   realizing that a man  of his  worldly,  selfish ways, was not a fit companion for such a good woman, never  registered   any   objections.     The  factory where norsely used to make  cheese was situated about a mile  and  a half from Brighton.    Mrs.  Simpson's parents lived  two miles  farther along the same road.    It so  happened that Mrs. Simpson used  to make frequent visits to  her old  home.     On   these   occasions   she  would take one of her  husband's  fast roadsters, for she was fond of  driving.      Sometimes   she   would  take a rest when she reached the  and well-assorted stock  of experience if f could but; turn   back  the  hand of Time to the early  months  of '"HI, when I  wandered  through  the streets of this.cjty, alaMicaw-  ber, reading real  estate  signs and  wondering how the sad and unfortunate brokers made enough to buy  blank deeds or get their ads in the  Telegram.' A fortune was  within  my grasp, but my fingers were stiff  and it tumbled into the  desert.    I  could have made millions if I bad  put a few thousands into  internal  acreage at- that time. After another  thought   upon   this   sad    remembrance, I am   forced   by the prodding of my conscience, made bright  by an emerald-hued memory to admit that ��������� I did  not  have the few-  thousands.    I had given  them all  up for meals on the C. P. R, while  journeying toward  the bedside of  the setting sun.    Thusly I did lose  a fortune, which should be a warning to others who leave the feather  beds of tho cent belt for tlie hard-  trails of tbe optimistic west. However, the trails are not as  bard as  /  When I  left  Vancouver,   many  years ago, to build  some  towns in  Kootenay, it was  with  feelings of  crude regret. ���������  Then,   as  now, tin?  people of   Vencouver were kind;  moral, generous and  religious.'   I  well remember how sad they were  when   I  departed,   and  the  dear,  kind  lady  of  the house  where I  '  roomed had tears in   her  eyes as.   '  she bade me farewell and eariiestlyc ,  declared that if I ever  returned lo ���������������'  the city with my finances sufferiiig^  from   tuberculosis   that   I   coujcLi  make my home at her place free ^f;"  charge.    With such hospitable citV'r/>  lzens it is really a' surprise to me\ '  that. Vancouver does  not al ready \ O  number its population by the mill- V  ions!   ,1 have spent several weeks  trying to locate that  former  lodging house of mine, but all in vain'.  Time, relentless, remorseless time,  has folded it into the formation.  Real estate is very active in Vancouver. I inquired the price of a  lbt'the other day and  then walked  vs.  One quart of Jap-a-Lac wiP  make your old chairs, picture  frames, iron beds a.id other furniture look like  new.    Ask for it at | b^ Mr-George W. Fowler, visiting  in,this city, the Conservative representative from King's and Albert,  N. B., in.the Dominion parliament,  ,Wo, ,    , . .factory.    But nothing was thought  Ih^ -T0* P0,"������ reIfS,'0US[������f *'������Vit least until after rt.ef feet has made th  instruction m Ins youth, and told elopement. It was generally believed, and no doubt was the case,  that Mrs. Simpson was watching  the interesting process of making  cheese, for dairying about this time  had developed into one of the sta-  ple-.industries of Ontario.    Here it  his story of the crimes in a a fit of  remorse. That he had at one  period of his life openly proclaimed  himself a devout Christian is borne  out by a young woman  who  has  Hunter Kendrick's Big Store.  Midway K. of P. Elect Officers.  Following are the oflicers elected  by Midway lodge No. .'JO, K. ofp.,  for the ensuing term :  D. Tamblyn, C. C.  Howard It. Stevenson, V. C.  H. Eldridge,  Prelate.  P. Heilcher, M. of W. j  R. Bunting, K. of R. and S.     *'' |  H. J. Bayley, Mi of F.  IT. S. Gairison, M. of E.  C. L. Thomet, M. at A.  F. A. Hain, P. C, T. G.  Ed. Melville, P. C, O. G  been   in  Nelson  for  the past few  The above statement  was  made I WeeIcH' and w-,10> fo1' obvious reas-1 may be said that  the  report that  ons,   declines   to  have  her name Horsley    boarded    at    Simpson','  connected with   the  villain.    This house, is not true.    Two   brthrs  I."^TZ,S-neW ^fr-   Md o'8-P-O" boanled .t his house  wis.   JLuttie   Simpson   before the and to these  brothe  latter was  married, and when she | son seemed  was Hattie  Russell, living on her  father's   farm   three   miles    from  Brighton.     The story related by  the young  woman   referred to, is  that frattie Itusscll as a young girl  was deeply religious, ani������possessed  more   than   ordinary   attractions.  Her religious fervor was a matte.  around the block.    By tbe  time I  had got around it had gone higher.  they used to be, especially around {Then I bad lunch au/1  returned to  these parts. ^ The rush  offender- the lot.  By this time it was almost  out of sig'nt. I was. still "in" doubt  about putting :!0 years' savings into  one lot, ������0 I went home to sleep  over such a serious matter.    When  em smooth. The  canary-bird sings on many a porch,  the piano thrills your auditory  nerve  upon  every side,  and   the  auto has made the  old park tram I returned in the morning the lot  look like a country paper in  New  Yo'rk.  who made charges in parliament  which resulted in tho resignation  of the minister of railways, libel  suits, and newspaper talk seemingly ad infinitum. In a retort  prompted by insinuations directed  at him on the floor of the house,  he declared that if the private  business of a member was to  be,  analyzed, then every member of tlie j ������f Se"oril1 comment.  She belonged  house and every cabinet minister r������ th������ Jrethodisfc congregation, and  It is astonishing how the  coast  keeps moving (not like   'Frisco),  ������y_Gn iconic   of  tho  ancients  in  Victoria stand aghast at the audacity of the tenderfoot now settling  i's  Mrs.  Simp-   within telephone distance of their I  very  much  attached,   homes.    Amid all the  western ex-1  But to  make a long story short,   pansion one of the  ������ad,  the  religious  people of   Brighton  is the rush oHhe  rude  to  ���������d  were greatly surprised and scandal-  even  if   slightly  somnolent,0 Viewed   when   they   discovered  that|foria.    To my heart a thrill  butts  was not even "close in." It was  away up in the sky hanging onto a  balloon, and as I had no field  glasses I gave up the chase and  went to work on a new Christmas,  puzzle entitled, "How to Find an  Empty House iu A'ancouver."  ��������� It. T. Lowery.  Installation will be held tho first  ranch   this spring.     Mr.   Massey I meeting in July,  says that will  be a great country  some day if people can he found  nigged enough to stand the climate  and patient enough to wait for supplies over tho Canada Northern.  Ho will remain in B. C, where  there is plenty of pure water and a  good climate.  F. M. Elkins returned this week  from a trip through East Koote-  Never be without Ed in Bank  Butter, for we always have it in  stock.    Eussell-Law-Caulfield  Co.  To get big fish and lots of them,  buy your tackle at McRae Bros;  0R0 VS. PHOENiX.  The baseball game Sunday last  , .��������� between Oro and Phoenix brought  nayand Alberta     Alberta is still crows of enthutiasts fron'a'over  Lethbrulge  is   an the district to Midway.    Every rie  automobile town, and Macleod is in Greenwood was engaged a week  still the victim  of balmy breezes | previous to the match     The p^  would be included in the revelations, even to "wine, women and  graft."  Although Mr. Fowler considers  that the insuranco commission investigation, in which he figured so  prominently as a witness, was a  "political farce," still ho is of the  opinion that it was not without its  beneficial results, in that it caused  the retirement of the minister of  railways from the political arena.  Mr. Fowler added that before long  more cabinet ministers will  follow  in the footsteps of Mr. Emmerson.  Mr. Fowler said that he did not  try to  prevent anyone  iuquiring  into his affairs,   because ho knew  .was foremost in  all' matters per  taining to.the advancement of the  Mrs. Simpson had eloped with  Alfred Horsley, and little wonder.  The unexpected return of Mrs.  Simpson to her husband was attributed to many causes, but the  one that obtainedthe greatest credence was that she was stricken  one of the saddest scenes j, .*?*' B' ,H' Morston Poached  ....-   x- ^ lJus larewell   sermon  last  Sunday  evening to a large and attentive  congregation, nis remarks, reminiscent in character, dealt with  the history of tbe Methodist church  at Penticton and Summerland dur-  The  in when X think of how the home  prospectors from the corn and  wheat camps, have discovered the  legislative capital of this "wonderful province and are buying" locations with money snatched from  the frosts on the great  plains. , At  years.  cause of Christianity.    When  shelr^on'TT    A"d tor, It,.,������ SiH������I,C tU������* T ������������>���������ehfc IhitTfTb^rto I^Ij"    ^ 5������" ^ ^^  in  ) nen  siioi icison Horsley confessed his crimes  die and Iwomo ,���������,  ,.t ���������������.���������* ^.-��������� , clll(Il"S   Penticton  and  married Alonzo Simpson much sur- to the detecti  "ig the past -three  church bad grown from a mere  handful of worshippers three years  jago, to a strong and prosperous  body.    -  mes  die and become an angel 'that Vic-  Sum  mer-  prise was expressed by her friends.  As a matter of fact,   his  inclinations seemed to run in an opposite  direction.    He loved  horses, and  was   rather sporty.     This was a  source of much annoyance to Mrs.  Simpson's   parents.     They   were  anxious that their daughter should  marry someone who would perpetuate the religious traditions of the  family.     Moreover,  Simpson   was  not very  well  off in this world's  goods, and the Russells had  been  thrifty and had accumulated  con-  ves. He had not for  gotten his early religious training,  and when the detective impressed  the culprit with his duty to society  and his need of repentifnce, the! the sweet incense of flowers and  rest was easy. There is a moral the gentle sighing of a IViflc  in this story.   Truly, the wise man | zephyr as  it fa  toria was the one sweet spot (out-1 T\ mised  0ver 83"500  for  side of  New Denver),   where> I!      -,    rah- purposes'  and  tll's <*-  would like to exchange' my mortal    ,      d by- "Several hnwh'^ hilars  ���������    - that raised by any other- circuit in  breath  for  i  pair ot wings amid  has written:    "Train up a child in  the way he should go,  anil when  he is old lie will not depart from  it- >> ^  "'��������� ��������� CiiRisTrAx.  natur  New   Jerusalem.  gates of   the  Now   ceaseless  change and real estate men are destroying the calm  repose of fair  John McMaster of Phoenix, and \ X^01*!*.* antl ifc is fasfc becoming a ?  wiftt scoop up holds ��������� of fall wheat pie of Phoenix came in all sorts of he bad nofchinS to be ashamed of,   81(le���������ble property.    Possibly Hat-  and drop them miles away, and the vehicles and all wearing the colors bufc he  had  warned tho members   fcie ^"S11* Hhe would  reform her  range cattle wear   wind splitters of   their'   club-blue  and   white ^'t they would all be required to  h,lsbanfl  *������ time.    If she did so  tO lliakO   llP.'ld   iifrninaf.   l-l,������    K..��������� '-/-\    ., .' . . ������muu. ...,..__,    , , * ���������).���������   ,Y,���������,1���������   ��������� ���������_,    ���������  to make head against tho breeze,  Hens cannot be successfully raised  at Macleod for the wind blows the  feathers out of them.    At Frank  a short time ago tho   merchants  decided to sell only for,cash.    Unfortunately for them  thoro was a  Chink  merchant at Blairuiore, ga  couple of miles distant,   who was  satisfied with  monthly payments!  in  young couple manifested many  open sighs of deep affection. One  day,   some   months   before   Mrs.  Quito a number of importers of the take theil' ^lst deserts  Oroville team came along to root.  '���������'"'I������ referring to the  Metlakahtla  The Kettlo river from Westbridge r'Ulian   ref|ervo   controversy, Mr.  to Curlew was represented, as also .Fow,er expressed himself as fully  was   Bridesville   and   Myncaster,  iu acc01"d with tl,e stand takun by I d|  and Ferry was depopulated. 'Premier   MeBride.      Even   if   he Si  The game started at 1 :,'}0, with' Ulile(l m llis ,ni8sio������ to London,, ho her hu8l|and sustained a sovero fall.  Groy of Ferry as umpire.' Oro wil1 have established tho right^ of ,H?.vvas.bro"S������t home in what; was  went to  the  bat and  scored two Wrch Proviuco to make an appeal to  at     ������������..,. -   -  - .runs.     Thou   Phoonix' kenfc   thn  t,ic ilnPori(l1 authorities  KowtheCliink is selling all  their| boys from across the line clmg'  from a trip to the coast.   His hotel  will have an addition  of twenty-  one' rooms iu order to accommo-  she made a mistake.    Even  with I diito tI,G vast "umber of tourists  the difference in religious views the and travelers who will visit Phoe-  oneof the most popular landlords ������f HU,llst,TJ making it almost,  the   Boundary,  has   returnod  1-inP0Ssib,e fora man to sleep longer  than eleven o'clock in the morning.  If Justice was rampant in tho land  the real estate men would he in  jail, dr New Westminster, for disturbing the serenity of Victoria  and debauching tho scenery  witl  nix from now to the'end of time.  Georgo Whiteside of Kaslo" has  tapso^^^^ ������n ������ WP'or-hi*  the   Okanagan.     Mr.   Balderston  has built a fine church at Summer-  ���������ras  it fanned  my  spiritual  l���������*' ** Wel1 a8-the ono at  Vett���������-  e  toward  tho'catos of   the tol\ftml has  lofb tlie fi������a������������-'s in  excellent shape.    As a pastor he  has gained the highest esteem  of  his congregation for the  unselfish  .and devoted interest he has shown  in promoting the spiritual  welfare  of his hearers, aud  ho will  carry  with him, to his new field at North  Vancouver, the most kindly wishes  of  the people   of Penticton   and  Summorland.���������Penticton Pre  ress.  their ugly signs, for nothing so  riifiles the equanimity of an artistic nature than to find a ���������sign stuck  "p in a flower garden announcing  supplies to tho Frank minors.  Go  to MoKao Bros, for  believed to bo a dying condition.  The doctors diagnosed the accident  as concussion of tho brain, aud ex-  '������"t"0ffo ew'"^^^  Daily shipments of green onions, fcluit <no Property is for sale by  rhubarb at f n������0sfc & ('ilfe|'em, the grimiest and  most truthful real estate liars west  of the Red river. It is quite likely  that some live member will introduce a measure at tho next meet-  radishes, lettuce and  RuHsell-L'aw.CaulfioId Co  David   Bremner,   who died  Percy Godenrath starts a new  i magazine this week called tho  Westward Ho. WewisH Percy  better luck than that of Will  MacDbugall's paper of th esame  .name, published at the coast a  quarter of a century ago.  - Wo are on the fair list and wo  use everybody fair at tho Russcll-  Law-Caulfield Co'.  ���������muy nt m,���������  i    ��������� , i   I    Fo1' t,lu  l)(!sfc   confectionery   in  ������.g tof the legislature ,to prevent | town go to Mcltae Bros. Greenwood, R C, June 13, 1907.  THTC GREENWOOD LEDGE  II  en's and Boys' Furnishings  Wo have decided to clear ouI", our entire stock of  Men's and, Boys" Furnishings. In order to do this  rapiillv. we have reduced our prices to -less than  wlH.lcwilL- cost.   No reserve.   EVERYTHING   FOR   MEN  AND BOYS TO WEAR AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.  RENDELL & CO.  Women's Goods Men's Goods 1  THE SMOKE  From   British Lion  and  Mainland Ciii'ars can be  THE LEDGE  family.    Could a thinking  man���������  and    Haywood   undoubtedly    has  brains���������afford    to   be    implicated  j in a crime that  would  bring dis-  j grace on his family.    Taking into  {consideration   the   facts  that   bis  record    has    -been     clean,    and  his private life good, it is not probable that he  would risk  his- own  reputation  and  that of -bis family  by associating with Orchard or becoming implicated in the dastardly  crimes to which  Orchard has confessed.  I\ another column is published  a communication which appeared  in the 'Nelson Daily Canadian,  signed "Christian." Hither the  writer is a. humorist, or he failed  to grasp the fact that Christianity  would prevent Orchard, from perpetrating the crimes which he admits, therefore there would have  been no necessity for a confession  had he lived up to early teachings.  The   contention   that    his    early  while   the divorced' husband  has  beeii   winning   the smiles of Ma-  belle Oilman, an  actress  who had  won applause on   the comic  opera  stage.    To  this   lady   Mr.   Corey  was, the other day,   united.    The  new Mrs.   Corey is said to be far  better suited for  the  position of a  millionaire's wife than was the ex-  Mrs. Corey.    She is  younger than  her predecessor, and her education  for the. stage has given her personal  attractions  to  which' a   wife who  has devoted years to household and  family  cares cannot  aspire, n The  exchange   is   therefore    regarded,  from tho society point  of view, as  very satisl'aetor.    ft is  the  sort, of  The C. P. 11. announce on June  2nd, when the summer time card  becomes eil'ective, they will run a  sleeper from Banff to Vancouver  daily, several sections of this car  will be reserved for the accommodation of Kootenay passengers.  Berths can be secured through Nelson city ollice, or J. S. Carter, D.  P. A.,  Nelson.  TISH; NORTH  ESTABLISHED   IN   "1836.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.  111!  expected of  seen all over British Co-  .lurabia.     Win.   Tietjen  makes them in Vancou-  ver.  and  'Nil  t Di  irling  sells  them  on  the  road.  <UNl������Kfe:)L������iiTt>  Tin-: confession of the man Orchard, in the trial now going on  at Boise, Idaho, is one of the most  remarkable in the history of crime.  Kegular monthly meetings of & is not probable that a sane jury  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. & I could return a verdict of guilty on  A. M. are  held on the first Thurs-  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, H. C , find the price is J; a year,'  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  Slates, Mexico and Great Britain. To  other countries it is sent postpaid for j  53.50 a year.   Address all  letters lo The | training   led   to   his  confession   is  j peculiar, taking into consideration  jthe fact  that  his  early  Christian  j training did not prevent him from  perpetrating the crimes.  Ledge, Greenwood, 11. C  JAS. W. GRIE  PUBLISHER.  R.  GREENWOOD,   13.   C, JUNK 13 , 1907  day in each month, in Fraternity  ball, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  K. (i. "W.UtllKX W. M.  J. S. Biij.yik, Secretary.  F. M. LAMB  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C,  The Reception Hotel  Tn Camborne gives all its patrons  the purest food, drink aud "cigars,  James Linds'Iey" Prop.  oneep  otel...  GPeenvaood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and the bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J. Ml. JNlelson  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ; 82 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, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos  to  suit your  tastes, your'fancy'or  your pocket.  J. A. CHENIER - ��������� PROPRIETOR  Next door north of Pacific hotel,  . Copper street, Greenwood.  In raference to the article on the  Dale  case, published  in  our  last  issue, we understand that  counsel  for  the  defence stated   positively  that the question of funds had  no  bearing on the question, and moreover that  the  prisoner refused to  testify in his own   behalf, and that  witnesses who were expected to appear   could    not    do    so    owing  to the washing out of   bridges up  the West Fork of the river.    A. re-  perusal  of  our  article  will  show  that we expressly guarded  against  any  positive criticiins  in   view of  the fact that  we  were not thoroughly cognizant of the  details of  the trial.    Without such tirst-hand  knowledge  it  would be extremely  foolish  to make   cock-sure. statements, and decidedly unfair to the  i gentleman   who undertook  Dale's  defense.    Certainly it was  freely  reported that money for tbe defense  was   not;   available,  and that  not;  enough was made of Dale's mental  state.    What- we said last  week is  still  in  order,   viz.:   That '-'those  who aro confirmed in this  view of  the case have  the  course open to  them of appealing  by  petition   to  the minister of justice, who, if the  facts are substantiated,would probably move  in   the  matter."    For  ourselves we may say that if Dale  refused to testify, and witnesses to  testify in his favor were  unavailable, it made his successful defense  a  matter, of extreme difficulty to  counsel, however able that counsel  might be.���������Grand  Forks Gazette.  the evidence of such a creature.  He is either insane or the paid tool  of a detective agency, which also  is paid according to results. Here  are a few of the most marked  characteristics of Orchard, according to his own confession :  1. A devout Christian who  eloped with anothor man's wife.  2. Deserted his wife and child.  .'$.    An incendiary.  -I.    Introduces his mistress as his  j wife among  respectable women.  ;">.    A bigamist.  G.    A tin-horn gambler.  7. In the pay of the Mine  Owners' association.  S. A sneak for the Pinkerton  detectives. ,  9. Receiving money from the  governor of Idaho, presumably not  for any lawful labor performed.  10. [11 the pay of the Western  Federation of Miners, for the purpose of commit-ing acts of violence.  11. A hired assassin, and a thief,  These are  some of  the  crimes  confessed to by Orchard. It would  be strange, indeed, if he hasn't  added to his other crimes that of  perjury.  Tiiosk who have been identified  with trades . union organizations  for any length of time, will not believe Mayer and Haywood guilty,no  matter what evidence may be given  by Orchard. Neither could all'ord  to resort to acts of violence. As  in other walks of life, so it is in  union organizations, the best men  only reach the highest rung of the  ladder. The rank and tile can always be depended upon to turn  the rascals out. There is not at  the head of any international  union oiganizaliou on this coiitin- j dom. which has given the world an  ent at the present time a man ! example of vice far exceeding any-  whose private and public record ,; thing that can be charged against  has not been good. There is too! any hereditary noble,  much at slake for the majority of! Nor is the latest exhibition of!  the rank and file to take any risks, the get-rich quickly aristocracy  Occasionally a windy extremists very creditable, From^a position  is elected by chance to an import- of moderate means to one of alllti-  Ihing that might  rich man.  But what of the influence  upon  (lie.family tie?    And what  of the  example Lo the masses  which this  conduct by a wealthy man���������a man  whose prominence renders his every  action    a   subject    of     universal  knowledge���������is calculated   to  set?  The   transaction   undoubtedly reduces  marriage  to  a  question  of  convenience,  and,   what  is worse,  id teaches  the  public that  altered  conditions or money may sever the  bond.    The laxity on. this .subject  has been bad enough in the States  in the  past.    ft. must  be all   the  more marked when the aristocracy,  instead of displaying tho domestic  virtues, make such an  exhibition  as that of which the' steel magnate  has been guilty.���������Mail-Empire.  .'Jobjlprintiiig of every description  done promptly at The Ledge ollice.   r  AUBIT0RiHH  NJ5 of the oldest banks doing business in this'  country. .     ���������        '  56 Branches in Canada and United States  ���������Prompt attention given to collections.     : .  Savings Bank Dept/���������Deposits of #1.00 and  upwards received.    Interest paid half-yearly.  '   Drafts'bought- and sold and a general banking '  business transacted.  1DAY, JUNE 14  IE 15  'T  THE ALWAYS POPULAR  AND  Vaudeville Co  H. F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD  BRANCH.  A F-F+W-Ff"  M a-.irfcr.yifc:  isi.-a--a=pa=|  mvrW+~-F+':  R-*"fl  4-+!  % BANK   OF   MONTREAL  -���������M ESTABLISHED   1817.  ������!   PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000.   .    'REST,  9511,000,000  UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.93  (lennral Dunking nii>;iiii,ssri'r:iii:<tic(e<l.    Oniff.-i issued on nil points, anil Collections iiii'kIo nt lowest rates.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   ]    W. F. PROCTOR,.    '   '  INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES  "J MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCh  rhrt  EPS  y  I  A  '  H RUNTIM  if.  DUlsilN  mmfmi  Singing all tlie late songs���������playing all the late music.    Also intro-  illlllllllillili|i|i|illllllllllllin������������fc ! ,     . ,  %;ducing    clean   and    up   to   date  |! Vaudeville Acts.  JI     After the show each night there  3| will be a social dance free with the  11 company's orchestra of  six pieces  ��������� j; for music.  ���������"^ 11 Prices, 25c, 50c, and 75c  =   Dealer in =  I    Windows, Doors, j  |       Turned Work and    |  j ��������� [Inside Finish; !  | SlITOLKsiniilCIC. KTC. |:  I MANITOBA 1  1 Wood Fibre Plaster I  p PHONE   65 3  %ililililii,iiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili[|,iiiiliii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii!liiiiiiil#'  NO HIGHER.  Seats now on sale-at Drug Stores  0 Insurance for $2r.50  The new and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity  Policy of the Ocean Accident and.Guarantcc  Corporation, Ltd., the largest accident com-       ��������� ������       . *  panv'in the world.   Assets oyer $7,000,000. | '(���������  REDERICW. McLAINEt    \  DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C  0  EXAMINATION'* EOR   INSPECTORS  Oh"   STEAM    1501LERS   AND  .MACHINERY.  The Aristocracy of Dollars  For a century or more our neighbors have been pointing the finger  of scorn at the aristocracy of Great  Britain, and there can be but little  doubt that in some eases their objections have been well taken. But  they have now established an aristocracy of dollars, and itisdilli-  cult to believe that they have improved upon the classes they have  in the past so liberally condemned.  They certainly do not show up  well in thocase of the Thaw duke-  i  iWAMl.VATIONSfor llii! portions of Inappc-  1. turn til" Sliiim Ihiili-rs .-lint Alju-hinery. unilui"  llii! Kli-iim IJoilcrft limpet-lion Act, ISHil. will lie  liuM .al Mif I'urliiuni.'iit BiiildinirH Victoria.  <-iiiiinii-ii<iiif.-riii -Monday. .lunC 2-ltli. 11*17 A|i-  lilii-aU-.n mid Instruction ;f<,rin.q can In' had on  :i]i|ili(-:ttinii to llii- 111hI<��������� iyitrne(I, to whom tlie  I'-.liner mint. In- returned.i-oiTuctly iilluil in, not  later than .1 iinu.l'lh. Salaries: ilio and ill.1 per  month  JOHN 1'KO.K.  Chief Jn.i|iei-lor of Maeliincry,  New Westminster, It. (J.  Transfer of License.  i  I NOTICE is hereby given that at the  j next meeting of the Board of. License  i Commissioners for the Greenwood Li-  j cense district, to be held at Midway, B.C.,  j on Saturday, the 15th day of June, 1907,  } at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore-  j noon, I intend to apply fora transfer' of  .'license now held in {he name of Alex  I Mcl'hersoii and assigned to me, to Wes-  1 lev Brock, for the Boundary Falls hotel,  ! at'Bouudary Falls, B.C.  Boundary Falls, B. C, 3rd May, 1907.  ' JMks. Jkjtnik E. Wakk.  Transfer of License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend  to apply to the License Commissioners al  their nec|t regular meeting for the transfer of tlie hotel license now held by Frank  II. Parker for the National hotel, situated  on lots 18 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. Parkkr.  t>  [s under the management of |Greig  & Morrison.    The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar con- j  tains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cio-ars in the city.  'i  i  !  GREAT  NORIrlE  LWAY  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C., has a line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mono-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.J  KOUTi-: ov Tin-:  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  Ttt.U.Y  I.KAVKS  MIDWAY .DAILY  S:20 A. M,  ARRIVES  6:45 "'��������� M-  ant ollice in a local organization.  At the next election ho is dropped,  and his name never appears again  among the list of ollicers. Let a  financial officer of a union he  known to gamble or drink to excess and it isn't long before an  auditing committee is examining  his books. So with Haywood,  if ho had been instrumental in the  assassination of Sbunenherg or in  any way connected with it, the  membership of the W.'F. F. would  have had some linkling of it, for  such crimes cannot bo kept dark,  Is it reasonable to suppose they  would continue in office such a  man?   Haywood, has a wifo and  ence, William 11. Corey, tho president of the United States Steel  corporation, has risen. Whereas  a few years ago Mr. Corey was a  hard worker, at a small salary, in  the employment of the steel trust,  he is now a great magnate, owning  more wealth than half a dozen noblemen' possess. Riches brought  to Mr- Corey the conviction that  the wife of his youth, the woman  who fought side by side with him  in the days of poverty, was scarcely  the proper companion for a millionaire. Domestic difficulties thereupon ensued, and finally Mrs.  Coroy secured a divorce and $2,-  000,000 from her husband.   Mean-  ���������AND-  As any  other ollice  Boundary.  m  the  >p  Phone 23.  A meeting of the License Commissioners for Hie Greenwood Licence District  will be held at Midway, B. C. on Saturday, the 15th June, 1907, 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, Vendotne hotel, Anaconda, transfer to Morris Van de  Bogert.  Lewis Ilros, Smelter hotel, IJoundary  Falls.  Alex McIJherson, Boundary Falls hotel, Boundary Falls, transfer to Wesley  Brock.  Jas. Henderson, Algonm hotel, Dead-  wood  W. W. Ludlow, Windsor hotel, Donoro  Axel Gustofson, Pacific hotel, Donoro.  Norman Luse. Summit hotel, Eholt,  transfer to Geo. H. Bloor.  G. [Arthur Rendell, Hotel Northern,  Eholt.  John A. McMaster, Union hotel, Eholt.  S. Dahl, Central hold, Midway.  C M. Crotine, Lancashire hotel, Midway.  J. 1\ Black, Oakland hotel, Midway,  transfer to C. L. Thoniet.  S. A. Crowell/Crowell's hotel, Midway <  1 l.i. E. Salter, Hotel Spokane, Midway.  S. T. Larson, Riverside hotel, Rock  Creek.  Dated at Greenwood, Lliis' a8tli May,  1907. GEO. CUNNINGHAM,  Chief License Inspector,  ' Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast and Eastern  Points.  Stage  to  and  from  Greenwood  meets trains at Midway.  For Further Particulars Apply  P. II. BuitMiA.M, D. F. &P. A.,  Grand Forks, 33. C.  W. A- Boss, A. G, P. A.f  Seattle, Wash.  A. D. MORRIS  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine "Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,  . Columbus and Havana Ark.  CIGARS  are Union Made Cigars, made by W. P.  Kilbonrne & Co,, Winnipeg and sold 011  the raud by GEORGE H0RT0N.J  About  Float ���������  Float is not a periodical.  It 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  New Denver long after  Noah was dead; how a *  parson took a drink at  Pear Lake in early days ;  how justico was dealt in  Kaslo in .'1)3 ; how the  saloon man outprayed tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor amongst tho tender-  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of tliO'Silvor King mine.  In it aro printed three  western poems, and dozens of article too numerous to mention. Send  forouo before it is too  late, Thopricoistwonty-  livo cents, postpaid to any  part of tlio world. Address all letters to  /������ T. Lowery  NELSON, B. 0.  m THE GREENWOOD'LEDGE.  Greenwood, B. C., June 13. 1907.  ,   Kings L'iquor Scotcii Whiskey  '���������    ''      '.' '        '      v    '..12 Years Old  J.' W. Burmestc'r s White Port.  ������las. rionnessy-& Co's 3-Star .Brandy.  GREENWOOD.,LIQUOR  GO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  .-t:+H~H*������t:=fcHibahit=fcifc:  ->:������H=P?F-'FFfrr:-W^  ^  LH-J:friHd������*fck+ifc^  3  fPF  :f  4-4,  ���������F+-  TO RENT  .'J-Eoomed Cottage.  5-Itoomcd Flat.  6-Roomed  House.       S-Roomed House  Comfortable Cottage for Sale.  >  IEALEYINVE  S"  Opposite Postoflice. Greenwood, 13. C  In Addition to  U  I  we. still sell all classes of  Get our prices when your house needs  furnishing'.  at MBMrMHiWMiB t wva*  NELSON, B. C.  S^iSS^Hraffim^SHSEg^&fflS^^  *  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. Jfc-is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity.   Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals arc served in tho Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  Ereest J. Cartier, Prop.  4  Fresh, and Salt Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock,  Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per |  Box.  ������mmmwm&mm<wmwm<fflv^^������&������&w'3������&������������ ������eaa������������������������������������������  l#6  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 tho artistic appointment  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fru.it in a flower garden. The  sample rooms are tho largest in. the mountains and  a pleasuro to dr'uminors with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, |  ' Big: Telephone Project  ��������� There is an excellent prospect  that the Pass will soon have one of  the greatest conveniences that could  he afforded it, namely, a long distance telephone line through the entire Crow's Nest Pass and affording  telephone communication between  all parts of the provinces "of Al-  berfa and British Columbia.  Tf there is a realization of the,  prospect, it will be brought about  through the consummation of a  project whereby the Cranbrook  Electric Light company will build  a lino to Crow's "Nest, and the Alberta 'government will extend the  line it is now building to the Pass,  to Crow's INTest, the two lines connecting at that point. There is  good probability that the project  will materialize.  The Cranbrook company has a  water power plant near Cranbrook  from which electric power will be  supplied to Cranbrook and' other  places along the Crow's Nest line.  One phase of its scheme of operations is to build a long distance  telephone line through the Crow's  Nest Pass, or rather that portion of  it, lying iu British Columbia. The  line is now built as far east as I-Jlko  and it is the intention to extend it  to Crow's Nest. ��������� '  The Alberta government, as is  known, is building a line to the  Pass from Calgary. It was originally intended to make Frank the  westcsu terminus of the government line, but it has lately been  decided to extend this line to Coleman, which would leave only about  eight miles to build to-* make connection with the Cranbrook com-'  pany's line. Representatives of  the company will visit Edmonton  in a few days to endeavor to induce the government lo build to  Crow's Nest and connect. Since  it is so manifestly, the disposition  of the Alberta government.to afford  tho people of tho province the  greatest .possible benefits from iis  public works program, there is little doubt that the new proposal  will appeal to it sufficiently strong  to warrant a decision to carry tho  line to the boundary.  One gratifying phase of the proposition is, that if the scheme materializes at all, it is most likely to  come within tho year, as the government is pushing work on the  line it is building to the Pass. The  pole line from Calgary south is well  under way with the poles up about  half the distance. The holes are  dug from Macleod, and from there  to Frank, and it is the intention to  have the line in operation by fall.  The Cranbrook people expect to  reach Crow's nest about the same  time, and therefore, if the through  line is opened, it will most likely  be before winter.  The consummation of the project  would be of the greatest possible  benefit to not only the people along  tho Crow's nest line, but to the  whole public of Albarta aud British Columbia, as the government's  scheme is to give connection with  all parts of the province, while the  Cranbrook people expect to ultimately extend west to the coast, or  at least to a connection with the  coast,������������������The Frank Paper.  Tlieo. Mohler, trap drummer. Mr.  E. G. Moore, the manager, lms a  little company of as good talent as  has ever appeared in British Columbia.. They'intend returning to  Moyie to givo another show in the  no distant future, and whenever  they do return they can rest assured of 'receiving a bumper house.  ���������Moyie Leader. , '  An Old Timer.  James Carne, verger of the  Church of St. Columbia, and parish clerk of' St. Coin in U Minor,  Cornwall, celebrated his 101st  birthday ou Friday, May 10. Three  generations of the Carne family  have held the same ollice for 1(>7  years. The grandfather of the  present verger, John ��������� Carne, who  died in 1801, aged SO years, served  00 years as a verger, and was followed by his son, John, who died  at .the age Of 8-1, after a service in  the church of 54- years.  JETe retired in 18-1 .'5 in favor of  the present verger, who until seven  years ago never missed a service,  the death of his wife, causing then  a break in his marvelous record.  He is still'halc and active, and until seven years ago had no use for  glasses. He detests tobacco, aud  takes only a glass of port as a  tonsc. Mr. Carne is a descendant  of Cornish kings, for his lineage  has been tracked hack by Sir Paul  Moles worth to Clemens ap Jilodre  of the fifteenth century.���������Western  Weekly Mercury,  Old Timers Unsettled  Tlie old-time residents of the  northern section of the province  are as yet unsettled in their minds  respecting the probable terminus oj  the Grand Trunk Pacific railway  and other possible transcontinental  lines. A prominent resident of  Port Simpson, who has been in the  north many years, says there are  disadvantages connected  with  tlie  proposed ICaien island terminus  which will render it unsatisfactory  for a Pacific coast; port;. . imperial  surveyors, who have.cluirg'e of the  hydrographic surveys of the channels leading to Prince liupert are  finding ��������� many reefs which have  been hitherto uncharted, and "deep  water navigation is not unlikely (o  prove perilous," ho says.  On tho other hand, the Kitamaat  Valley route has such material and  obvious advantages that largo holdings of property have been secured  there by capitalists and others interested in railway promotion, says  the Province. A minor block of  'land is held at Kitamaat by the  Grand Trunk Pacific, while, Mackenzie and Mann have a large  tract, and ISIr. F. .S. Barnard, of  Victoria, has also secured a considerable area. It is said that the  road from Kitamaat east affords a  natural pass through the mountains, with easy grades and the  avoidance of sharp curves such as  engineers make every ell'ort to escape. Navigation from Kitamaat  south of Queen Charlotte islands,  is safe and avoids the long curve  necessary to reach Prince liupert  by way of the south of the Aleutian island and north of the Queen  Charlotte group.  These conditions provoke a feeling of uncertainty among the old-  time northern settlers, which is not  dispelled by the fact that operations  for construction of terminal facilities at Prince .Rupert are under  way. The advantages of Kitamaat  as well as the shorter haul by rail  render their faith ii'i Prenco Rupert  somewhat lukewarm. ��������� Bulkley  Pioneer.  (C  ���������\  w>  The, cry of all who have once tasted it;   A trial  will convince' you.   Load Packets only. ���������  AT ALL GROCERS.  After you have once tried Jap-a-  Lac jfyou can't keep house without  it. .It brightens and reiiuws everything it touches. Get a can at  ITunter-Kendrick's Big Store.  Royal Seal is one of the best  cigars sold in the mountains. It is  made iu Nelson.  IS A FIRST GLASS ADVERTISING  #^^^=g������2 MEDIUM  AND THE PR0DUGT .0F ITS J0B DEPARTMENT IS STRICTLY HIGH GLASS.  Just received a car each of hay,  oats, mixed feed, potatoes and  Purity flour. Russell-Law-Caul-  field store..  E. W. WIDDOWSON  rROVns-CIAI, ASSAYER and  METALLURGICAL CHEM 1ST.  Cold Silver Copper or Lead, cadi. .;*r oo  Gold-Silver. ..'.$! 50 Silver.Leud. .$1.53  Zinc. .J2.00 Gold Silver with copper or  lead. .J2.50.  Prompt attention given lo all samples  25 per cenl. discount upon five sainplcs-  '.BAKER1ST., NELSON.  1', O. Drawer, ttoS. Phone, A67  "With your next order have us  send you a tin of Small's Maplo  Syrup.    Russell-Law-Caulficld Co.  given coarsmiMraiity he seen at ������me time  i| of the affection might foe arowsaeL A  ������ physical disaster stsbeks the world aeid  I Sets toose tli������ sympathy of millions. A  ���������few thousand deaths are nothing1 as  compared with the deaths from consumption."   LAWRENCE F. FLICK, R/3 D.s  Ittcdica! Dh-rcinr of Hrrtry  Phlppg Institute fur tho Study,  Trcatmont  anci Prevention ot" TuSac-iculouia.  Waterproof jPaints.  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote. Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke and Gas Co. Ltd.  E. W. Bishop, Agent  aiJJSKNWOOD, B. C.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by -  3. 0: Cftclih ������ go.,.' nelson  SEEDS  TREES  PLANTS  For the farm, grndeii, J lawn  or conservatory. Tested Slock of  Reliable Approved Varieties, at  reasonable prices.  Bee supplies, Spray Pumps "and  Spraying Material, Cut Powers, ;etc.   i  Is the home for all tourists  anil millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British \ Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE,   PROPR.  , Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. C.  KASLO  HOTEL  home for  all  KASLO B. C,  Is a comfortable  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAP WORTH  CATALOGUE FREE    I -  a  Many   reasons  surely  must   influence  men  and  women lo help in the great work being carried on by the  U ||  MUSKOKA FREE HOSPITAL ?li 3  FOR CONSUMPTIVES. '  ������  the   consumptive.  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  Other  hospitals   refuse  institution cares for them.'  Tli is  A Rare Musical Treat.  The Moore Concert Co, gave  two delightful concert "entertainments and dances in Moyie on tho  evenings of Saturday and Monday,  April 20th and 22nd. The hull  was crowded both ovenings. A  varied program was given on each  occasion, consisting of'moving pictures, illustrated songs and other  specialties, and winding up with a  big dance. Their dunce music was  tho best ever heard jn Moyio and  euVih number made a hit. The orchestra was made up of Harry  ���������Moore, violin: Mrs. Ifurry Moore,  pianist; Mrs. 10, G. Moore and Miss  Hazel  Moore, inaudolin and Mr.  Not  a. sin/?:3o applicant has ever been  refused nOrvniai-Jofj to ihc.ftiusfcoka Freo  ���������   Hospifiai foi' O-3-.'aSiwmptsves .foecause of  his. or her poverty.  Seven'"hundred and thirty-eight patients have  been cared for since the Free Hospital was opened  in  1902.    Take a week's record:  S3 patieivis in residence.}'37 absolutely  free, not paying-a copper-toward'tSieir:  m&in������etfanc'������;isi paying- SD cents a day  or 2ess 5 5. paying' ������4.00 a week ; 4 paying  .   $5.00; one paying $7.G0.-'  These ���������figures tell plainly of a large deficit on maintenance"  account each month.   To cover                   1 I  this the trustees are dependent-       ,          $   ,       . J  upon   t|ie    contributions    that              ^ ^         ft ������?,,,  ���������*'.'������������������&���������  Choice  Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at. ������10, ������12 and ������15  Per Acre.  R, J. STEEL  NELSON; B. O,  Tl^EWO^T HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American aud European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t*-e safe.  Maloipc   |&   Trregillus  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Everything up-to-date.  IU. m. BE^JSlETT  PROPRIETOR  CRANBROOK, I). C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars anil Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.   ��������� ""*  work of faith been curried on.  Alt.MINIXTKATlUN 3L'lt.l)IN(i,  NVKKOKK" FKEII  IIOSI'ITAL FOIl CO.N.SII.MI'TIVKS.  I WILL YOU HELP 01VJD2 THIS LOAD WiTH THE'TRUSTEES ?  ��������� Contributions may bo-sont to Srn V/M. R. MEREDITH. Kt., Cliiof  Justice, Osgooflo Hall. Toronto, or W. J, G.-tgo, Esq.,  64. Front Street, V/��������� Toronto.  Appllon.tfons frr admission ni-d :ill inf"ormn,Uon from  J. S. WMlWiTSOM, Hwrvuwy Nfifion.il flmill.trhim As.sodntlon,  (Saturday Nigfht ������iiildi:u?), 28 Adclaido Street, W��������� Toronto, Canada.  i^*i#,XlrV������'jA^Mi>^'Xu*i(l^^^������Wl*Jjw  No. 3  Good accommodation and  reasonable 'rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining, room and lunch  counter in connection.  Sater &��������� Johns, Proprietors  COPPRKST., GlMvttNWOOD.  & |C0.  NELSON, B. C.  ,       WHOLESALE  DEALERS  INj  Produce   and   Provisions  The Windsor Hotel  of Oriind-.Forks, 11, C��������� caters to  miners, uieeluinicunnd smelter men  A. B, Sloan, Manager.  . --' k  ������������������������������������tf  ."' ��������� '.'J  ������������������ '-��������� :r  . T  . ���������. ;;:'f  ', ' !l  r- Greenwood, B.'C, Jane 13, 1907.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  m  pay you to examine 5g  our stock of Summer Suits.  nice line  Two Piece Suits in home&pun  s  from  $1.0  to  Ot  11  ���������of John  B.  Stetson's Hats,  composed of thirteen differ-  ent styles,    Or, if you prefer ||  a Panama, we can give you H  the real thing for $9.  LIMITED,  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  Read the Act  It is up to tho  sfcnker  of timber  oliiiiiiH   to   understand    wlion   he  taken his axe and  "hikes " for the  "elongated   Douglas"   that   after  he has picked .his timber he must  plant his corner post at the southwestern corner of his  prospective  limit.     Doubtless   the   legislature  never contemplated any such arbitrary rule when it jmssed the.   new  schedule of notice appended to the  amended   Land  act, but the  man  who drNw up (he.  schedule  so  arranged matters that- if the  form of  notice is to be  tilled   out  ns   It  b  printed, the corner   post   must   be  on   ihe   .-outhwest   corner of   the  limit, says  the   Vancouver   Province.  " .Look here, I can't (ill out this  form as called for," declared a  timber stacker in a timber ollice,  after he had been given copies of  the form.  " Why not?" lie was asked.  ������&%      " W������H> the form   says  in   effect  that starting at the southwest corner  of  the  claim  I  must  run so  many chains north, thence easterly,  thence southerly,  and   thence   so  y^i'n<'ny chains   westerly to the'point  &^!of   conimciicement.      Now,   it  so  &i&  happens that 1 put my corner post  at   the  northwest  corner,   and   .1  can't  run north from that, even if  1 would,  because,  to the   north of  me there is already a claim.  There  is nothing in the Land  Act which  ixes arbitrarily iiny particular corner of a claim for the  planting of  a corner po^t,   and   T  do  not  brieve that the  legislature  ever intended anything of that sort."  "Well, there is the notice form  and it carries its own instructions. "--IHx.  0&amm  The Warm Weather is Here and so is Our Stock of  /,  0. & }). Assorted Fruit Syrup, Sweet :Cherry Phosphate, Welehe's Grape" juico-  sizos, Morton's Raspberry Vinegar-quarts, Monserat Lime Juice, Lime  Juice Cordial, West India Lime Fruit Juice.  'gtowasramamBam^^  docked quicker than a letter can  be delivered a. distance of four  miles. Young man, come west and  .sweep the cobwebs. The last sentence is dedicated to the friend of  man and editors in particular���������the  lion. Kedolphe.���������Sandon Mining  Review.  "When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. 0.       *  I'AII) VV CAPITAL, If 10,000,000. KBSKUVJS PIINII, ������r,.00O,00O.  B.  E. WALKER, President.       ALEX.. LAIRD, General Manager  H. K.' MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.   ���������   ���������  NOTICE.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  kwS"������i' liquors and cigars.  Morning bracers and  and evening hyballs always within easy reach  of the 'barkeep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  Transfer of License  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood License District, to be held at Midway on  Saturday, the 15th day of June. 1907, at  the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I  intend to apply for a transfer lo George  II. Illoor of the license now held bv me  for the Summit hotel at lvholt, E. C."  Ivholt, B. C, 3rd May. 1907.  KOKMAX I.L'SK.    .  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 Hi yew. Prop.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  .    IGHEENWOOD LOCAL NC. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  month in Hagles Hall atS p. 111.   Visiting  members cordially invited to attend.  Frank Si'Kakinc, Fin. sec'y,  Edoak W. Dvni-s, President.  I  Greenwood' Miners! union will  celebrate Labor Day, Monday,  September 2. Mine and smelter  managers please note. Imtf.  S BIPE  if     nEte  1'AIIT   IV..  '���������WATER     CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1S97.  . 'PUIS Is to certify Unit Ihe Keck Creole Irrlt;a-  L Hon Company, Limited, Incorpnratcd the  z.'ilh day of .March, A. 0 l!'i>7, hiivliur complied  n-Uli tln> i>rr>vj.x|uiis or the '��������� Tow, r Companies'  Uclli'f Act, V.uri," lint Kiilnnittcd If.H uiiilertakhif.'  10 tin; Mi'iitenntit-flovuriior In Onm-ll tor approval, and thai llii! -������:if(l iniilm-tnlclne;, ai shown  ,liy the ilociiiiiuntH anil iilnn Med. lins lit-cn nii-  proved.and that the nihil1 i.-. as folloivH:���������  II.) The cuiistmcllon of a. ilnni at tins point  i.liewn On thi! iilim liled. and die application of  waters ilivetlod from lfock Crook for ilfstrllni-  tion rorlrrleatlon purposes on the lands ilelincd  011 thi'Siild plan :  CM The construction of cnnnli, ditches,flumes  11111I (ilix-llfiud, mill hui-Ii oilier works us may In:  reijiured for Irriiratlnn pm-poncs:  (.1.) The acquisition of scch liindH a������ rimy he  necessary for Mir Company's iinilertiikiiiK :  (I.JThcucipiisftluiiof water by record, purchase :u- otherwise:  (/>,) Generally the pmvcresel nut in the Memo-  Illinium of Association of tlie n.ild Company.  Anil this is iiiitlier lo certify Hint the amount  of the capital of the Conip ny which will lie duly  fliibscilhid forcHiryiii),'011 It* umlerliikliiL', he-  lore it exercises tin; powers t-onfurred by the  " Witter C/alifes Consolidation Act. 1CH7," niiii  airiendliiK Acts, Is herohy tixtd ut Fifteen thousand dollars (Siri.MiO). anil stieli capital shall >m  ������iil/.������ei-lhed and f,wenly-iive(:'.'ij per cent, thereof  iieliially |iiiid up wltlilii three months from the  iliito thereof; and the lime wltlilii which work  Is to lie commenced Is four months from the date  lieroof.  And subject as aforesaid such application Is  hereby approved.  Dated thlsZnd day of May, A.D, 1D07,1  iFUKU'K J. KUM'ON. 1  , ���������)��������������������� (Clerk of Hit* Kxitoutlvii Council.  "We offer Special bargains  in the following :  Poultry Netting,  Screen Wire Cloth,  Adjustable Screen Windows,.  Ice Cream Freezers,  Lawn Hose,  > Tents,  Fishing Tackle,  Fire A.niis,  Atninunition.  Babies' Go-Carte  Washing and Sewing Machines.  earning  And  raying  All kinds of heavy teaming and  draying done at reasonable rates by  \V. IT." Burnett, Church street.  Call him up and see how (j_nicrkly  anything from a pound to ten tons  can be moved.  'Phone A 147  A letter for Three Forks mailed  in Sandon on Saturday morning,  arrives afc its destination the following Friday. This is accounted  for in the fact that no mail sack  for Three Forks is made iip here.  Although but four miles distant,  the ingenious factotum who pulls  the strings at Ottawa has decreed  it a most satisfactory arrangement  that mail for our sister city should  be taken past the town, hung up  at Hoseherry until the folloming  Wednesday, shipped to Nelson,'  and then shipped back to Three  Forks, a sort of there and back to  see how far it is. Who can say,  after this, that that gigantic commercial enterprise known as the  Fostolllce, is not exercising a superior intelligence'? A steamship  can cross the Atlantic and   be dry-  A. L. White & Go.  NOTICE.  ������J 1 lO.. I hereby Klv������ imltce. Unit -istyr ,|uy������  after dnto, I Intend to apply to llon.,Clihl l,������m-  imsslonerof l.anili and Worki.. for pemil-.������l������ii  to purchase  the following ilrsi-rilicii hm.l 'rf\u-  nte In  the Slnulliii en   DIvMmi  of Vnle dl-  li-lct:   Coiiiiiii-iiciio,'.-iI the noutlieii.it   curi of  [jota.li.il. thence east -10 chains, tln-nee north sn  elm ns, tliL'iicuwcit.Ill cliiiiii.s, IheiK-e soutli ho  chains lo place of comma,cement, uontiiiiiiiiL'  .Wii acres  Hated this ,'Villi day o[ April. I!ni7.  KOUKItT I).  KKKIt.  NOTICE ���������I hereby j;ive notice that,  sixty days after date, I intend tu applv to  tlie Hon., the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described land, situate in the vSiinilkatueen Division of Vale  District: Commencing at a post 40  chains south of the south cast corner ol  Lot 2360, thence cast 40 chaiiw. thence  south 40 chaiiiH, thence west 40 chains,  thence north 40 clmijiB to place of commencement, containing j-60 acres.  Dated this 30th oay of April, 1907.  ZJuXL A. C. DALE.  SUMMER  Excursion  Rates  FROM GREENWOOD  $54.55  To '.Winnipeg,  fort Arthur,  St,   Paul, Duluth,  Sioux City.   ���������������������������$  St.   I.ouis,   J62.05. Chicago, $66.05   ^  Toronto,     'jSci.35 Ottawa,   <8.i.(io 0*  <f ' '   V  0   Montreal,   JS6.05. St. John, ^96.05   A  K Halifax, f 103.85 ������  ^ ���������    0  J gTiCKETSONSALE J  t July :;, 4, o. Aug. H, !), 10 ������  \ Sept. II, IU, Vi. 5  t : -I  Corresponding reductions >  from all Kootenay points.  Tickets available ,for lake  route, including mealc and  berths on lake steamers,  K Kates quoted to any Eastern jjj  A htrtion on application. .   |  % J. H. OAltTKK, If. I*. A., K  > NijImdii,   X  Premier  in  Is not ii new Hour on the market. It  lias been in use for years. Ask fora sack  in voitr next order.    Sold by  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith. & McHwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Gil in ran teed by tlie  Alexander  Ming Co'y  BRANDON,. MAN.  Transfer of License.  NOTICK Is. hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood U-  cense District, 1 shall apply fora transfer  from me to Morris Vnu de Hogert of the  hotel license now held by me in respect  of the Vendome Hotel, situate on lot 8,  in block s, iii the townof Anaconda.  Anaconda, B. C, May 14, 1907.  P. Thompson.  Xntii-c U liiTuliy iriven Unit ilOihiys uftor flute  I inti-ml to apply to the Honorable tliu Chief  Udiiuiil-.'iioiii-riir liiuid.s null Works, at Victoria,  Tor 11 spuciiil license to cut and f-iin-y away tun-  hor fi-nm tlie following (li-serilibil hiurls in Yale  district:'  X������ 1���������CnniiiiLMii'iin; at southeast corner lot  -':1.1s. lliuiiL-Q so chains north, tlienco HO cli:iin>  i-a-il. thence Si) clinins south, tlienee SO clinins  Wei! to point nf comnienceinent.  Dated April isth, l!ni7.  Xo. 2���������Ooinmciiciin; nt n post pliuited ut the  smitlii'ii'r coiner of lot W.'l.i, theiu-e west L'O  chains, more or Io-h, tlion'-u soutli 10 chains,  tlicncc cunt KiiH-hiiins. more or less, thence north  ���������I'l clinins. tlienco we.4 S(l eli.iin.sto point of commencement.  Dated April ISili, l!n>7.  No. .I-Cuniiiumciiij,' nt tlie. northeast corner  lot s7i, tlienco smith In chains, thence east Mi  chain-", tlioiii'i* north Hi .iliain.s, thence west bO  cJi.-ilii!' tn point, of coniinciiceniciit.  Dated .-\pril IStli, llinT.  No. I���������('oriiiiiencin^' nl Ihe northeast corner  lor .ST,1--, tlienee cait sn clinins, tlienee north SO  chains, thence west SO clinins, theneo soutli SO  chains i . point of commencement.  Dated April ISth, Wtw.  Xo. :.-Coiinneiieiiif_' at tlie northwest coiner  Limit Xo, I. tlienee north SO chains, tlienee east  snehains, tlienee south sn clinins. thence west SO  chains to point of cinnmciiccmciit.  Dated April IStii. Iixi7.  Xo.io-Coiiiiiieiicin^' at tlie northwest corner  of Limit No. I, tnonce north 80 chains, tlienee  ivc-st So chains, thegec south SO chains, tlienee  east SO chains to point ot commencement.  Dated April lMli, JfKi",  Xo. 7���������(jommencini,' at n \m������ planted Jut the  nortlicjist cornor of l.imil Xo. 7. about two  uiile������ iiorlli a ml oiii mile least of location post  ot Limit Xo ;.ri, tlienee south 80 chains tlienee  ive.st so chaiiii, tlienee north SO chains, tlienee  iMXt so clinins to point of commencement.  Dated April IStli, 11)07.  Xj. -S���������CoininencliiK.it a post planted about a  mile west of location post of Limit No. 7, ut the  northwest leoriier jof Iiimit Xo 7, thence; saiith  s.) chains, iliencr; west SO chains, tlienco north hi)  clinins. thence enstisu chains to point of commencement.  Dated April.IStli, 1!I07.  No. "i-Commcncim." at the northwist corner  of Limit No. 7, thence north SO chains, tlienee  east so chains, thence .south .so chains, thence  west W chains lo point of commencement.  Dated April lhfli, l'.mz.  Xo. in���������Commeiii-lntr at a post pliintPd at the  northwest corner of. Limit Xo. 7, tlionee north  SO chains, tlienee ue-t, so chains, tlienco soutli .Sn  clinins, thence eiist 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April ISth, 1!H7.  Xo.ll-Commcnchiftat a post plantod at the  -outliwest. corner of Limit; Xo. 11. about two  miles west of Xo. lo location post, thence north  "o chain;-., thence east So chains, thence soutli SO  chains, thence weet w������chains to point of eom-  mi necinent.  Dated April l.Mli, l!lo7.  Xo. 12--ConinieucinRat.i post planted at. the  aotithwoit corner of Limit No. 11. tlienco north  80 chains, thence west SOchnins, thence soutli So  chains, thence east HI chains to point of commencement.  Dated April IStli. 1007.  Xo. 1.1���������Commencing at n post planted at the  southwest, corner of Limit No. 11, tlionee west SO  clinins. thence south 80 chains, tlienco cast 80  clinins. thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April IStli. 1!������>7.  No. l'i-OoinmenciiiK nt n post planted at tlie  southwest corner nf Limit Xo. 11, thence 80  I'liaiiig east, thence 80 chains soutli, tlienee 30  chains west, tlienee 80 chains north to point of  commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1M7.  No. 17���������CoimnoncluK at u post planted nt a  1 [������nnfc about tn-o miles," more or less, sonth of  location post of Limit Xo. Hi. tlienco east 80  chains, tlienee north so clinins, tlienee west 80  chains, tlienee south 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1!W7.  No. lS-CommeneliiKiil a post, planted at a  point one niile west, more or  less, of location  post  of Limit Xo. 17,  tlienco east 8o chains,  thence north so chains, tlienee  west 80 chains,  tlienee south  80 chains to i>olnt of commencement.   .  Dated April lslh, wo".   ;  Xo. in���������Commencing at a post planted at the  southwest comer of limit No. 18, thence west 80  eluiiiis. tliem-i; north 8" chains, thence east. 80  ! chains, tlienee soutli So chains to point of commencement.  Dated April i.sth, l!i07.  No i'o-Comineneliif.' nt n post, planted 10  chains, more or Ics.stmstlof location post of Limit  No. 17, tlienee smith to chains, thence east 10  clnUiis, ihcnce north to chains, thence west -10  cJiutiis to point of commencement.  Dated April isth, l!/o7.  No. ll-CotiiuieucliiM. ut n post planted one  mile west ire or less, of locution post of Limit  No. in, tlienee south 80 chains, thence west, so  chums, thence north W) chains, thence east. 80  chums to point of commencement.  Dated April Win, luo7  No. l.'S-Cuiiimeiieliitrnt.'i post planted nt the  northeast cornel-of Limit No. 11, tlicncc west 80  chjiitis, thcucc iiiirili so dining, tlienco oust 80  cluiiiis, tlienee.south 80 elialim to point of commencement. .  Dated April I.sth. 1007,  No. ut���������Commencing at a post iilnuleil one  mile, more or less, north of locution post of  Iiimit No. Ill, thence north ������o chains, thence  west 80 chains, tlienee south 80 chains, tlienco  east 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April 18th. 1D07,  No, 'ii���������OotnuioiieliiL' at n post planted at th  southwest comer of Limit No. 21, thence north  80 chains, tlienco east m chains, tlienco smith 80  chains, tlienee west. 80 chains to point of com-  tneui'eiiieiit,  Dated April I8th, 1007.  Xo i!il-Comiiii!iic.ln(,' nt a post planted at a  point two miles, more or less, oust of location  post of Limit No. 22, thence north 80 chains,  rliem-e west so chains, thence south so chains,  thence oust 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1IKI7.  Xo. ai-Commnnclnifiit n post planted nl the  southeast corner of .Limit No. !iU. thence north  80 chains, theiieceiut 80 chains, tlienee south 80  chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated April 18th, 1U07,  W. CLAYTON,  UyJ, II, EAST, Agent.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England.    ..��������� '   ���������  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts may be oponed by  mail with all branches of this Bank.  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of 81 and upwards-received, and interest allowed at em-rent  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.  ������ gMMMMMMMMMOSOOOMflCeMMMMeOMSMMeoa I  Ftresh and Salt IVTeats,'pish "and PotiltJPV ��������� i  Shops in nearly all the towns ol" Boundary and  the Kootenay.  Ii  833  wwm  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.  h   Get our rates before completing your estimates  mmmmmmmmmmimmmsam  Opened and remodeled, is now the  best-appointed Restaurant in'the interior of British Columbia. Call and  see for yourself. t The best cooks and  the most experienced and attentive  waiters only employed. Everything  in season that the market can supply.

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