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 Vol.   XX.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1913.  No. 3  IBSB9BS389&S  'mmmmmmmaaimmmtm  UMMER  TIE  TAKE    A    KODAK    WITH    YOU  Everything1 lor Kodakery at our store.  to $20.00  Kodaks from $5.00  L WHITE  Stove and Furniture Man  Phone 16   Greenwood, B. C.  JOHN L.  Books, Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Etc.  ?SEE-  loodeve &  SPECIAL SALE  To August 1st  PREMIER CORONA RANGE  Latest Model with Reservoir  Regular Price $65 Sale $55  SAME MODEL WITHOUT RESERVOIR  Regular Price $55 Sale $48  SMALL SUNSET RANGE  Regular Price $22 Sale $17  STANDARD BICYCLES  Reg. Price $35 Sale $27.45  Around Home I  %  ACCIDENT   <& SICKNESS   INSURANCE J  -A L S O-  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  CARPET    SQUARES  We have received some very fine Axminster Squares  from the best English looms.  Also a large variety in Velvet and Tapestry.  NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.  TO SHOW IS GENERALLY TO SELL,  v  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice. GREENWOOD, B. C. Phone 27  I have just made a batch of my  RICH DARK  FRUIT CAKE  " THE CAKE OF QUALITY"  ���������FROM��������� -  OF OUALITK"  William C. Arthurs  TH������  BREAD &  CAKE   BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  J  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,   B.  C.  I  WHOLESALE  (1  ll  AND   RETAIL  I  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY  has seldom been gathered in such  an extensive display as the one we  are now showing. We know you  will become interested. Not only in  THE ODD DESIGNS  but with the prices that we have  placed upon the articles.  If you want to see the prettiest  Chains, Lockets, Brooches, Pins  and Stone Set Jewelry ever shown  in this town  come now.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C  ^^^9  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  ,a Specialty.  J  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.  ALEXANDER LAIRD  General Manager  LL.D., D.C.L., President  JOHN AIRD  Aailatant General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every  country in the world in denominations of i  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying and ������a������ily negotiated. 8.8  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A. H, MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Crceli Branches  DRESSMAKING  Rooms in  store.  MISS DREVER  Miller Blk.   over Drug  WANTS. Etc  Lost.���������A yearling mare colt,  black, with P brand on left  shoulder. Return to Charles  Patsworth," Anaconda  For Sai.r. ��������� Shingles, Flooring, Rustic and Finish and  Dimension lumber. Charles Kinney, Greenwood.  Fifty shares of Rock Creek  Trading Co., stock for sale below  par.    Apply at Ledge office.  Bank of Montreal  K8TAULISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,    $B0S,BI4.S4  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royai,, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Malinger: II. V. Mi.rkditii, Esq.  Branches in London, Eng. {ffl'n oS!} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers,    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ,,,,0,,1^,.At&tul  GreeiiwoodJBraiich   - 0. B. Winter, Mgr.  KOOMS   TO   LET  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a c^uiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  Notice of Sherriffs  Sale.  TAKE NOTICE that I have by virtue  of a Warrant of Execution issued out of  the County Court or Yale, holdeu at  Greenwood, dated the 9th day of June,  1913, authorizing me to levy of the goods  and chattels of defendant, J. K. Mecredy,  in the suit of Jeff Davis & Co., against J.  K Mecredy, the sum of J835.30 and costs  taken in execution and willsell atDeane's  Hotel iu Phoenix, B. C. at the hour of  2.30 p.m. on Saturday the and day of  August, 1913, unless the amount stated  on the Warrant has been previously paid  to nii>, with costs the property of the said  defendant contained in the before-mentioned Deaue's Hotel, and consisting of  groceriss &c, stored in the basement and  pantry of the said Deaue's Hotel.  Inventory of goods may be. had on  applying to the undersigned.  Terms of sale cash.  P. II. McCURRACH,  Deputy-Sherriff  Dated at Greenwood, the 26th day ot  July, 19I3.  Phoenix will celebrate upon  Labor Day.  Alex Robinson was in town tins  week.  F. W. McLaine'is on a short  visit to the coast.  Willie Smith is spending his  holidays near Carmi.  Slaughter Sale al the Cash  Remnant Store on Thursday,  Friday and Saturday.'  Mrs. Wm. Hart, aud her two  youngest children, have gone to  England on a year's visit.  Up the West Fork.of the Kettle  river there is bunch grass euough  for 50,000 cattle.  The Union mine iu Franklin  camp is shipping four carloads of  ore to the Trail smelter.  Within a year trains will be  running between Greenwood and  Penticton.  The McCormick and Deering  ing lines of cutting machinery at  Browns, Ferry, Wash.  Send your powder orders to G.  A. Rendell, agent for the Canadian Explosives, Limited.  Your old pipe may be made like  new at a small cost, send it to  W. G. Kennedy.  F. P. Howard had his right  hand badly crushed, while working in the Jewel mill last week.  Ben Woods is visiting his son  iu Portland. He recently sold  his business to Nick Dilly.  Mike Kane and Alex. McDonald of Phoenix are prospecting in  the Hazelton district.  Last week Earl Toliver was  killed by lightning while walking  between Cascade and Deep Creek.  As a guide and . counsellor, for  Phoenix fishing excursions, "Ar-  kansaw" is a bright and shining  star.  At the Presbyterian church in  Midway on August 7, there will  be a good program and plenty of  ice-cream.  Mrs. D. Thompson is holding  a big sale of Fancy and Dry  Goods on Thursday, Friday and  Saturday.    Doht miss it.  On July 29, a marriage license  was issued to Edward Heed and  Miss May Austin, both of Rock  Creek.  Harry Mann, John Ford, and  Tom Lyden, of Grand Forks, have  gone to Hidden Creek to work tor  the Granby.  On Monday constables Stanfield  and McDougall took a crazy Hindu Irom Grand Forks to the New  Westminster Asylnm.  P. M. Collins, of Butte, Mont.,  arrived in Greenwood last week  to take charge of the B. C. Copper Co's. concentrator.  Jim Faulds is tending bar at  the Tulameen Hotel in Princeton  and Jack Frost is clerk in the  same house.  J. J. Walker of Nelson was in  town last week. He is a graduate  optician, and will be here again  on October 7 & 8. .  Charles Fair has gone to Vancouver to reside. He will move  his furniture to that city when  Mrs. Fair returns from the east.  . A despatch from Beaverdell  states that Ketchum's garden has  been raided by a band of cattle,  and his young cabbages cut down  in the bloom of their youth.  Rory Chisholm has sold his interest in the Queens Hotel at  Phoenix. His health not being  good Rory has gone to the coast,  He will be missed by a wide circle  of friends in the Boundary.  The man found drowned in the  Kettle riyer last week may be  Robert Birchall, of Boston. A  man of that name has been missing from a track camp at Beaver-  The Railway Commission has  sent engineers to examine the  manner in which the C.P.R. is  building its big bridge over the  public road iu the north end of  Greenwood.  George Hambly and Tom Henderson have leased J, G. Mc-  Mynn's ranch near Mynncasler  for five years. They are now  busy cutting 60 tons of hay, and  it is there intention to make big  money by raising hogs.  Charles Bissell and Bernard  MacDonald, two mining men well  known in B. C. are prisoners of  war iu Mexico.' If they are executed or held in bondage the affair will likely precipitate a war  between Mexico and the United  States.  Unless the wagon road tunnel  underneath the C.P.R. bridge in  the North end of Greenwood is  changed there is liable to be a  few collisions when the auto  road to Grand Forks is in operation. Mr. Kerr, engineer for the  Railway Commission examined  it ou Saturday, but his report  has not yet been made public.  A good attraction was presented at the Opera House on Monday  and Tuesday nights by the Ben  Abdic Acrobatic Troup and  which was appreciated by large  audiences. The troup consisting  of four people was perhaps the  best of its kind eyer shown here  and the manager of the Opera  House states that in future only  the best that can be secured will  be presented. There will be no  show on Friday night, but on  Saturday night special pictures  including the "Lieutenant's Last  Fight" will be given.  f^^^^S^^i^?^^^^^  f Western Float  of  Hope gis  Be careful of your camp fire for  the next'two months.  Joe Darnell is now manager  the Radburn Hotel in Oroville.  The Empress hotel at  in the hands of a receiver  Bill Yates has lived in Hope  since 185G.  A telephone line is to be built  between Lytton and Lillooet,  Tom Robson died in Golden  from pneumonia. '���������  Cement sidewalks, are being  built in Craubrook.  Andrew Hoggan has opened a  840,000 hotel in Merritt.  Nakusp and Edgewood are now  connected by telephone.  Hugh Mclntyre' has opened a  shoe shop in Notch Hill,  Dell Thomas is operating a  pack train at Celesta Creek.  Tliere are over three millions  cows in Canada.  A new tennis club has been  ganized at Lumby.  S. R. Fraser has opened a lurber  shop in West Summerland.  The second crop of alfalfa has  beeu cut at Kereuieop.  In tbe Lardo the government  has built a bridge across Cooper  creek.  The new agricultural building  in New Denver will be 55 x 100 ft.  in size.  of   the  in   that  .of  or-  Greenwood Fair  .   The  following  amounts    have  beeu subscribed towards the Greenwood Fair np to date.  B.C. Government  City of Greenwood  Owen Boyer  Greig & Morrison  Sater & Johns  Windsor Hotel  Greenwood Liquor Co.  F. W. McLain e  F. C. Buckless  T. M. Gulley & Co.  J. L. "White  C. Kinney  J. L. Coles  A. L. White  Wm. Frawley  W. B. Fleming  W. G. Kennedy  A. H. Marcon  I. H. Hallett  C. B, Winter  L. A. Smith  R. T. Lowery  $500 00  250 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  25 00  50 00  25 00  25 00  25 00  20 00  20 00  10 00  10 00  10 00  5 00  25 00  5 00  25 00  25 00  dell since June.  A. E. Watts was summonsed to  appear in coutt at Midway on  Tuesday charged with five infractions of the Coal Mines Act.  He did not appear and a bench  warrant was issued for hia arrest.  Bank of Commerce (medals) 25 00  A, S. Black  A. D. MacDonald  R. W. Halcrow  Wr. P. Miller  Jerome McDonel  S Storer  W. Elson  G. W. Clerf  C. King  A. Logan  G. A. Rendell  City Waterworks Co  P. H. McCurrah  F. R. Newman  AhFoo  C. J. Leggatt  K. C. B. Frith  S. M. Johnson  G. B. Taylor  W. R. Dewdney  A. Roberts  J. Simpson  T. Thomas  H. McCutcheon  W. S. Pond  W. C. Arthurs  C. G. Russell  P. Burns & Co.  W. Connell  P. W. George  E. Hicks (barber)  W. C. Wilson (special)  W, E. McArthur & Co.  J. D. MacLean  D. Biner  L. D, Brunell  R. Wilson  C. A. Banks  J. 0. Dale (Carmi)  H. N. Parker  25 00  10 00  10 00  2 50  10 00  5 00  5 00  10 00  5 00  20 00  25 00  25 00  10 00  5 00  10 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  10 00  10 00  5 00  5 00  10 00  5 00  15 00  10 00  25 00  10 00  10 00  5 00  10 00  20 00  25 00  25 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  2 00  2 00  A gold brick worth 85,667 was  shipped last week from the San  Poil mill at Republic.  Last week a carload of potatoes  was shipped from Keremeos to  Winnipeg.  For killing deer in the Similkameen Johnie   Ashnola   was  fined  825. " "     " r' :"'';; "b- ���������  Gypsum from near Granite  Creek is being used iu the cement  works at East Princeton.  Pete Bromley of Keremeos has  sold hia blacksmith shop to F. P.  Madore of Coalmont.  Heavy shipments of concentrates  are being shipped from the Ninkle  Plate at Hedley.  About 1000 carloads of produce  will be shipped from Armstrong  this year.  The. hay crop around Chilliwack  this summer amounts to 35,000  tons.  A large number of dairy cattle  will be brought this fall to B. O.  from Eastern points.  By using a grading machine the  city of Calgary is saving $390 a  day, .  Five horses were burned to  death in a fire that destroyed  Nelly's barn in Molson.  Dr. Jagger. the veterinary surgeon, has opened an office in  Molson.  In Delta there are 7S bee farmers.  There are more would-be farmers  in other parts of the province,  .The wagon trail between Lytton and Lillooet is to be doubled  iu width.  About 40 men including Mike  Shick are working at the Paulsen  Bawmill.  "The peaches were ripe in  Keremeos   last   week.    None  ranchers   have   bulldogs  community.  The government office at Barkerville has been painted. A good  example for the "other buildings in  that famous old camp.  Bears are plentiful along the road  between Trail and Rossland, but  the wildcats have almost disappeared from the Rossland camp.  This season Henry White realized $320 for 8000 pounds of spring  salmon that he caught near Lan-  gara island.  JoeBirigand Alex King were  fined $2.50 each for setting fire to  rubbish within the city limits of  Merritt.  The Cariboo Trading, Co. has  built a modern hotel at 150 mile  House, and replaced the Chinese  waiters with handsome young lady  hashers.  W. G. Gillete has built several  wharves this summer on Queen  Charlotte Islands.. He gets his  contracts through merit, not politics.  L. W. Shatford, M.P.P. is on a  fourmonths trip to Europe. He  will have a chance to see England  before it is all blown to pieces by  the suffragettes.  Bill Springer has returned to  the Lucerne of America from a  prospecting trip along the North  Thompson. Bill did not find any  new mines, but sayB that the  health and strength of the inos-  quitos in that territory are amazing.  Some of those birds are large  enough to be used as pack animals.  The New Denver Record says  that John Werley has the best cultivated garden in the Slocan. The  editor knows because John often  hands him a bouquet of green  onions and' cherries. Mr. Werley  is one of the most practical gardeners in America, and although he  must be worth about 90,000 plunks  he is always up with the lark,  gathering fresh eggs, and putting  the weeds out of sight. B. C.  needs more practical farmers like  "Old Nevada."  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  Nelson, B. C.  Childrens' Flower Show.  The Boundary Women's Institute intend holding a Children's Flower Show on August  22nd, at which the flowers and  vegetables grown from seeds distributed among the children by  the Institute will be shown. The  show will be held in the empty  store next to the Greenwood  Grocery.  The following is the prize list;  1st 2nd  Sweet Peas 1 00       50  Nasturtiums  Stocks  Asters  Philox  Petunias  Pansies  Poppies  Best collection of  vegetables  Best large collection  of flowers  Best Boquet of wild  flowers  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 00  50  1 25  75  50  ������0  Edward Jones is the new manager of the Dominion Hotel in New  Westminster.  This year tomatoes were ripe in  the latter part of June at Armstrong.  At the Hartney mine back of  New Denver a mill is being erected  to treat the oro from that property.  Ten milk factories aro to bo  established in B.C. for the treating  of lacteal fluid by a process that  will keep it for years.  Frank Helletzgruber of Erhero-  glhofliferant, Austria is in the Cariboo looking up a location for a  colony of Austrians.  The Moral Reform Society of  Kaslo are making an effort to drive  the donizeriH of the "Bad Lands"  away from that pretty little city.  Tho problem iB a knotty one and  not easy of solution.  OBITUARY.  Mrs. Marie Blank Danforth,  mother of Mrs. F. H. White of  this place, died at Curlew, WaBh.,  on July 18. She was the wife of  the late N. H. Danforth who predeceased her only a few weeks ago.  After a long and trusted life she  died as she lived���������honored, trusted  and loved. Her Christian life was  beautiful and through all tho sorrows that she met in the way her  faith in God never wavered. Deceased leaves to mourn her,   Mrs.  F. H. White, of Greenwood, Ella  G. Danford. Eveline Dauford and  Harry E. Danford, of Curlew.  Wash. Interment took place a;  Mora, Minn. Mrs. White left lat-i  week to attend the funeral and wa  accompanied as far as Spokane b.\  hor husband, Mr. F. H. White.  IrffliiS tefw&^nm  &������2  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  THE  LEDGE  is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can bc traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell wonld close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks iu the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is thc liTc of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  Thc Ledge is $2.00'a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  thc county of Bruce. To thc United States it is $2.50 a year, always  iu advance.  R.  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  and  advertised  by our most pernickety hotels.  This, as George Ade might remark is going isome.--Dr. Frank  Crane.  GREENWOOD, JULY 31, 1.913.  A blue mark hero indicates that your Subscription has  become, deceased, and that tho editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  Although marriage is a lottery  no parson has ever been arrested  for ilf-uling the game.  That aged comic journal, London Punch, has begun printing extracts from Greenwood's leading  excitement, which proves that its  editor knows a joke when he sees  one.  Tiik energetic   development   of  the mining industry in   Canada  is  of great importance   to   the entire  Dominion, and there is urgent  necessity in this connection   for   the  creation of an independent folio of  Mines with an   energetic   Minister  in charge.    This   is   au   affair   of  business more  than   politics,   and  the western people shonld   dig   in  and urge the   government   to   get  'busy and appoint a live man to the  position.  Lv New Denver thero   are some  horses that, can pick a Yale lock or  open a safe says the Record. Thats  inlitesimal.    Here,   in   Greenwood  wo have a bunch of hens trained to  lay eggs in our backyard, and  two  robins that sing   in   Latin;   while  just across the road a   gopher is at  work running a tunnel on the post  o/lice. site.    Up the   crook   a   few  miles from the   copper   metropolis  there is a bear that scares away the  fishermen, and then robs their bait  and lunch baskets.    Since the fishing became good the bear has been  drunk nearly all   the   time.  In B. C. for a long time the playing for money with dice, cards and  wheels has been prohibited, but the  selling of sub-division lots upon the  outskirts of prairie towns by glib-  tongued real estate peddlers has  been permitted to run wide open,  much to the detriment of poor investors. This game has drained  the province of vast sums of money  principally drawn from the pockets  of wage-earners, and it is high time  that the law should stop this shady  kind of business. Long ago The  Ledge pointed ont the evils of this  wild and foolish way of wasting  money; but thesimpleminded public  is slow to take advice. Efforts are  now being made in Fernie to avert  the evil, aud it is to be hoped that  other towns follow snit.  Thinking Themes  "Sem" in the Journal of Paris  gives us some interesting facts  about the origin nf the Tango, the  dance that is now the thing in  Now York, Paris, and all the fever  centres of society. From his article I gather the following information, which the devotees of tbe  Tango may find diverting:  Buenos Ayres, as every one  knows, is a Hiiperb and almost  brand new city, of which the  Argentines aro justly proud, Its  modern prosperity, however, is  still flecked by tho vestago of the  primitive town, a dirty quarter,  bearing tho pictnrcqiie title of  "Barrio de las ranas,"  or   "tho  composed of dives and brothels of  tho vilest order, and renal Is tho  "Rideck" of Antwerp, the. "Red  Hat" of Toulon, South Clark  street of Chicago, or the old Ninth  street region of Omaha.  What gives this part of tho city  its unique appearance is its aurpri.i-  iug architecture. The dance halls  and drinking resorts are constructed of fragments of coal oil cans and  preserved meat tins, displaying a  tinny splander, cr.t into festoons  and rosettes, giving the imprecision  of madman's palaces, their facades  adorned with varicolored signs of  "Standard Oil," "Armour's Beef,"  and "Azncar de Tneuman," all  shining in the fierce sunlight with  oil grease and molasses.  In the streets aro mountains of  garbage, dead fish and rubbish of  all kinds, swarming with rats and  vermin. Tho city for health's  sake, bnrnn this matter in open  in open fireB, so that tho air is fnll  of the most disgusting odors. It is  a spectacle truly Dantesque, tho  filthiest of habitations for the filthiest of humans, enlivened by tho  crashing music of mechanical  organs, a hideous fair ground of  wretchedness.  The population of the place is  composed of the dregs of Latin  Europe, most Italian, called in the  slang of Buoonos Ayres "compat-  ridos." With tho complexion of  bean soup, they slough along, tboir  hat brims pulled down over their  eyes, their white teeth gleaming  from under their pomaded moustache, their hair greasy and their  necks clean shaved���������as if for the  convenience of the hangman.  But the most striking thing  (bearing upon tho Tango) is their  walk and attitudes. With eyes  alert, watching the police or the  women, they glide about cautious,  elastic, as tigers in a cage, their  backs against the walls for protection against the envious knife, advancing obliquely, slyly, their legs,  pliant, as if ready to spring.  These are the creators of the  Tango, which is but tho dance development of their ateps, set to  rhythm. In the Tango, which  just now obsesses tho elite of both  worlds, are found all the unclean  gestures, the unchase contortions  and suggestive shrugs, all the  simian obscenity of these gentry.  The Tango is the "danso dn  ventre" for two, the professional  dance of the lupanars of Uruguay  and the Argentine.  Curious anomaly of civilization!  The   Tango   "do  las   ranas"   of  Buenos Ayres has captured tho topmost   society of Paris and New  York; gentlo ladies from the faul-  bourg Saint-Geimain and from tho  gingerbread places of Central Park  East aro enchanted with tho now  sonsation from tho  Siibura of  a  Soutli Amorican town.  Strange enigma! The Tango,  tho very name of which would  cause a domi-mondainn of tlie second class in Buoonos Ayres to  bliiBh. is received with open  arms  ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES  Within tho next few years hundreds of miles of railway in the  northwestern. United Slates will bo  operated by means of electric  locomotives. ' Already arrangements have been completed for  electrifying some '150 miles of the  Chicago, St. Paul and Pugut Sound  railway, and it is stated that tho  company has appropriated $7,.r>00,-  000 for the work.  The electric locomotive has already shown marked elUeieney on  the mountain railways. As a matter of fact,' tho limiii of capacity of  a number of Amorican lines lias  long been determined in large  measure by their ability to get  trains over some of the excessive  grades on thoir mountain sections.  From two tn five steam locomotives of the heaviest type, are required  to  haul   trains  over these  Place your orders  For  McCormick and DeeHng Cutting  Machinery, Binders, Mowers and Rakes  ���������  FERRY, -  WASH.  NKWaiAltKKT   IIOTJGI,  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting Now Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor.  -J������^fc?"f ^*S-^*S'"i*4"4"$"4"i"S'4������ 4"g"^������&4"g"4"$������'$'4������  4������  The Greenwood Grocery *  THIS   PllOVmUK    HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  with every accommodation at  reasonable rates.  Kmil Ijiivhcu, Propriolor,  THK   TCASIjO    IIOTKT,  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  homo for ali who travel'to that  city.  Corklo & ruiuvm-tn.  Nelson, B.C.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. , First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  Wc respectfully solicit your patronage and co-operation  to enableus to keep a  FRESH, CLEAN STOCK  and give satisfactory service.  $*  *  *  PfJCASK NOTE.���������All bills must he paid monthly,  L. L. MATTHEWS.  +  grades, and a speed of seven or  eight mi lei an hour is seldom exceeded. Whore such grades pass  through tunnels the difficulty is increased, for the steam and smoke  from the locomotives coats tho  rails with a greasy snot, which  makes the wheel slip, and the.  heavy fumes from the coal and oil  fuel make operation a matter of  real danger to the train crews.  With the installation of electric  locomotives all the difficulties and  dangers arising from soot have,  been overcome and trains are hauled over these portions of the road  at double the best speed possible  for steam. The ]00-tnn electric  locomotive is suitable for the  heaviest railway traffic, and one  of them will "back" the heaviest  steam locomotive.  For    the    handling   of   freight  trains there are electric locomotives  tbat   weigh  ISO  tons  and   which  have a  traction  power of SO,000  pounds starting.    The motors  are  built  two sections, each of which  weigh ninety tons.    By placing together a pair of these  ninety-ton  electrics, both under the control of  one man, the  engineer  has under  control   .l/iOO   horse-power,  or   a  maixmum tractive force of 00,000  pounds.    One of the huge Mallet  steam locomotives weighs 239 tons  but of this weight only 107 tons is  on the drivers, and  the  engine is  therefore capable of only 71,000  pounds tractive effort.  The electric locomotive has undoubtedly proved its worth, and a  few- years will see them largely  used not only on the mountain  roads of tho United States but of  Canada as well. This constitutes  still another reason for the people  retaining control of hydro-electric  development.  Slocan and Poplar  Jt  has  been   reported  that tho  ledge has be<;n   discovered  on the  Wonderful, about half a mile from  Sandon  and  that   work  is   being  done in the  hopes  of locating the.  big ore body believed   to exist on  tho property.    The  reason for the  theory that a largo ore body  exists  on the claim lies  in  the. fact that  largo   quantities of   galena   float  were found thero several years ago.  This led to sluicing nn a considerable scale, the result being a hand-  some reward for the workers, ore  in  large quantities   and of  good  grade being found embedded in the  clay and loose gravol that blanketed  tho country rock.    Shipments  wero maintained for a considerable  period   and   tho    resumption   of  side of  tho   mountain.    The  property bore the  unique- distinction  of being the only silver-lend placer  mine in tho  world.    Although de-  tonninofl efforts were made to find  the. ore. in which the oro  came, all  work in that direction  has proved  unavailing up to the present time.  J. W.   Power  and JIughie  McKay, owners  of tho  Big Red Elo-  phant group on Trail creek, in tho  upper Duncan section, expected to  lie able, to ship ont a test car of ore  this fall, but  have  been  forced to  abandon the. scheme on  account of  niosquitos causing  a  cessation  of  work on the trail between Hoaley's  landing and Trail creek.    Tho work  cannot be finished   in  timo  to get  tho ore  down  this year,   so  the  owners intend to bring  down only  a small test shipment  of about 20  sacks,   which,   under the circumstances, is about the best they can  do.    Tho ore will   be. sent to the  laboratory of the State College  of  Mines,   at   Pullman,   Wash.,   for  testing,   in  order to seo just what  treatment is required to handle the  ore moat profitably.  A contract was entered into a  few days ago by Carlson & Co., of  Spokane, for the driving of approximately 1,700 feet of crosscut  tunnel at the Payne mine, near  Sandon, according to Manager W.  R. Zwicky, of the Slocan Payne  Co., who returned Saturday from a  visit to the property.  It is expected that the completion of this contract will see the  ledge crosscut by the long tunnel,  'which, already'has been underway  for over a year, as surveys indicate  that the ledge should be found  when tho 1,700 feet contracted for  has been driven.  The firm of Carlson & Co., contractors, is headed by G. A. Carlson, who built the K. & S. as a  narrow gauge line and who also  bdilt the C.P.R. branch from  Lardo to. Gerrard. Mr. Carlson  was at one time Mayor of Kaslo  and erected the A Avenue trestle  and excavated the big cutting on  thatntrcet in 1 SOS.  J'ersis.tent rumors ' come from  Poplar to the effect that the W. 13.  Pool interests havo lifted the $150,-  000 mortgage on tho Lucky Jack  and Swede groups and that those  properties, which havo been hold  back from development for various  reasons over sinco tho Poplar gold  oxcitemont, will shortly bo oponod  up.���������Kaslo Kootenaian.  and Keswick.  Tho new process for destroying  tlio poisonous fumes of copper  smelters is said to be the the most  romising yet invented, equaling  in efficiency the baghouse process  used by the Mammoth Copper company at Kenneth, with the advantage of a much less cost of installation.  Tho Balakalala smelter wbb  closed two years ago pending the  solution of the smoke problem.  This company owns the largest  area of the copper producing belt  and has developed in prospecting  with a diamond drill ore estimated  to be worth $25,000,000. Tlie  plant has cost to date SI,000,000,  The success of a process for the  elimination of the poisonous fumes  would mean much to tlie prosperity  of Shasta county, It is estimated  that the county, <jf all the smelters  were in operation, would have a  payroll or $350,000 a month.  The new   process,    evolved  by  Frank M. Leland under the financial backing of Thomas  W.   Law-  son,  is   ono of smoke   prevention  rather than of smoke destroying. It  is proposed to desulpherize the ore  before it is fed to the furnace.    It  has been tried out at Anaconda  and has been found  to be satisfactory in the main.   The process will  lie tried out at Coram,   and should  it prove satisfactory on  Balaklala  ore. the smelter may be started up  and run as old.  ARLINGTON HOTEL  Trail, 1$. C���������This hotel has been  thoroughly renovated. It is heated  by steam, and has hot and cold  water iu all . rooms. A pleasant  home for all who travel.  JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor  TKEMONT    HOUflK  Nelson, B. C, in run on tho American and Europoan plan. Steam  boated rooms. All white, labor.  Special attention paid to dining-  room.  Ritiinnint) * Ciniiplioll, Fro pa  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOSNIX  .  B.   O.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Every tiling neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.  HARTMAN & WELSH    -   -   Props.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C. is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MAI.ONE, Proprietors.  UUIlJKSVIT.r.K   IIOTKr..  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre o(  a fine farming district.  THOMAS   AVALSII,    Proprietor.  ON PARL.E FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, Ii. C.  The  Reallv Best House  in the Boundary.  Receutly Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date,  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BOYER      -      PROP  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This liotel is new, comfortable  well-fnrnlslieil, ami is close lo the r.iilwav  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms,  .    SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive niter  atious have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms in connection.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castlegar Junction. All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundary train leaves  here at 9.10 a.m.  VV. II.  CAGE Proprlctoi  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels iu the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metrop- <���������  olis. Heated with steam and lit .  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  with all modern beverages and  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph-  The Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B.C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms,  H. GOODISSON, Proprietor  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTBL   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B.;c.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON Pro rletoi  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX. ���������  One of the largest hotels in  the city. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  ������jKK"K������h^<������:������:������:������:������k������:������m������x~:������:'������:������:������:������*  "Well, George," said the president of the company to old George,  "now goes it?"  "Fair to middlin', sir," George  answered. And he continued to  currycomb a bay horse. "Me an'  this here boss," George said suddenly, "has worked for your firm  sixteon years."  "Well, well," said the president  thinking a little guiltily of George's  seven dollar salary. "And I suppose you are both pretty highly  valued, George, oh?" -  "H'm," said George, "the both  of us w.ib too sick last week, and  thoy got a doctor for the boss, but  they just docked my pay,"���������Woman's Homo Companion.  EHOLT, B, C.  DAVID OXLEY  Proprietor.     .  !  your Razors Honed |  and Your Baths at $  FRAWLi  BARBERSHOP  GREENWOOD;  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  ARG������ TONNEL  Coram Smelter  A despatch from San  Francisco  says that tho Balaklala  smoltor at  operations by some Sandon rniiiciH Coram in Shasta county may hooii  frog quarter.   ThiH section given  ovor to the lowest form of vice, is j DV our "best" peoplo,  welcomed  about ten years ago brought still  more oro to light, all of which was  marketed. On account of tho  sluicing operations,  a largo gash,  resumo operations as tho company  has found a promising smoko destroyer. Tho Huccoss of tho fume  destroyer at thn Balaklala smoltor  00 to 100 feet wide and   nearly  would, it iH said, moan tbo roopen-  1,000 feet long, was mado intholinK of the smelters at Bully Hill  Very few people like to he made  to do anything.  A winner by unfair means is a  big loser after all.  Tho fast young man is counted  out early in the race.  No day is so gloomy but that a  sun-shiny faco will light it np.  Somo peoplo must die in order  that tho undertaker may live.  A woman will do an sho pleases  oven if she really doesn't want to.  Many people aro liko frogs-  croaking when thoy aro in the  swim.  Thero is only one thing that  boats the woman gossip and that is  the man goueip.  It is necessary to develop  and work the natural resources that surround a city  in order to bring prosperity  to the community. The tunnel at the Argo is in a long  distance and a large body of  high grade ore may be struck  at any time. This would  mean a big profit to the  stockholders and another  boom for Greenwood.  OLA LOFSTAD  PrcsiclcntJ  JAMRS McCREJATH  Secretary.  middy atcpa coughn  tlie Uircut und lunga  cures coldis, unit heali  i������       is      20 cent*.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to thc Kootenay  Monumental Wqrks, Nelson, B.C.  ar   sssra&L^ j*^.-^ THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������y  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical    M^lc<nmi      D    f*  Department in the Interior.    1 leiSOn,    O.   v*.  TEMPERANCE |  is all right if shorn of hiiinlmggery. X  Too much  water drinking is just y  as injurious as too much liquor or V  iiiylhiiig.clsc. %  .., OUR PURE WINES f  II AND LIQUORS |  are medicinal if not abused.   Every y  household should have .1 moderate ������  supply of pure wines or liquors iu !���������  the   closet   for   emergency���������either %  unexpected visitors or sudden  ill- ������  ness, when a drop of pure liquor *.  in time may forestall all necessity J>  for drugs. ������  I Greenwood Dquor gompany, Importers, Greenwood, B. ft. J  4  f  I  c  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all tlie  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.  ������  I Greenwood to Phoenix Stagef  B Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. =f  B Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. =s  ST GREENWOOD OFFICE  CLUB CIGAR STORE =3  , ARE YOU GOING TO LAW? 1  "       ,.  Better Consult a Physician Before  Rushing Into Court.  There is food for thought iu the suggestion of Russell Duane, one of the  leaders of the Philadelphia bar, for a  short cut to the simplification of judicial procedure and the clearing of unimportant cases from the dockets of  the courts. Ills Idea is that most per-'  sons -who think they have a legal grievance should consult, a doctor, not a lawyer. In effect, he says that 00 per  cent of the cases brought into court are  the result of au unhealthy liver.  Mr. Dunne said that lawyers should  ndviso most of their clients to go to a  doctor before' going to court. Then  tliere would bo very little litigation. It  would be bettor for the public, probably, but not so good for the lawyers.  As a mutter of fact, however, lawyers nre tending more and more toward  settling cases out of court. In some  countries in the far east it Is the practice to pay doctors for keeping their  clients in good health. As soon as the  pnlient grows sick the doctor's pay  censes. It Is to his interest to hurry  the patient buck to health. The people  of tho United States have not yet reached that point, but they are Hearing it.  Corporations today no longer hire lawyers to got them out of trouble. Thoy  hire lawyers by the year to keep them  out, of trouble. The lawyers who now  receive the highest fees are those who  do not fight their buttles lu court, hut  who keep their clients out of court.  After awhile Individuals will try to  keep out of court, too. and will pay  bigger fees for prevention than for  cure. Probably It Is an exaggeration to  Bay that DO per cent of the litigants  should consult u doctor instead of a  lawyer, but it is certain thai most litigants need a doctor when they get the  lawyer's bill, anyhow, so they might ns  well consult the family physician in the  first place. If he Is a man of common  sense he will advise his patient to settle his grievances outside of court-  Washington Post.  ' MAYBE PLANTS CAM WINK."!  A Learned Botanic Expert Says Thoy  All Have Eyes.  After long.experimenting nud study  Professor Gottlieb Haberlandt of tho  Botanic institute of Gratz, in Styria,  declares that plants, the word taken  In its widest sense and Including trees,  can see.  The professor says thnt he hns succeeded through photography and the  use of the microscope in reproducing  the images reflected on tho visual organs of plants. The images included  objects at different distances and even  persons and houses. Plants may, he  says, be classed with the inferior animals in this respect. His observations  have been coniirmed by Dr. Nuttall  and Dr. Harold Wagner.  We are still so ignorant of animal,  plant and insect life (because we do  not understand their language) thnt we  fancy the plant, like the insect, ls not  conscious of what it sees, but that Is  probably a discovery for the future.  At present we are forced to accept the  theory that they nre not conscious.  iiut that they do see Professor Haberlandt says he has satisfactorily  proved. He has found the sume minute eye such as belongs to bees und  other Insects lu sycamore leaves, in  the sugnr ninple and In the Peruvian  acanthus. The eyes of .plants appear  different from the eyes of insects In  that they have no coloring matter,  though this is uot yet determined.  The profossor Is continuing his experiments, nnd he expects to make further interesting nnd surprising announcements. He says that the fact  that plants and trees have eyes ls undoubtedly a proof that all natural life  is linked in one long chain.���������Chicago  Tribune.  NEW ADVERTISING SCAIJf,  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted   the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application    for   Liquor  Licence  (30 days') #5.00.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) ������7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days) ...'.- #10.00  Water Notices (small) #7.50  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; aud 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.   Noupariel measurement  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  ASITTIiN'fi of tliu County Court. oT Yule will  be lioliliiii ut. the Court Iluiiio. Greimwiiod,  on 'riuuuliiy tlu-'Hli day of September ID13, ut  uluven o'clock in the forenoon.  Hy order,  WAI/rER DEWBNEY,  KCKiatriirO. 15. of Y,  TO IMPROVE THE CLIMATE.  i  SUMMER  EXURSIONS  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  JT Is hard to make a good Janitor ont  of a poet. , He doesn't have a large  enough output to keep the fires going.  Any woman, can manage a man If  she lets him do as he chooseg and always pleases him when he can't}  choose.  Any broom sweeps clean If a determined woman Ib attached to the motor  end.  ��������� A cheerful disposition ls a good thing  to hare around the house, but sometimes it is hard to get it to stay.  The way of the transgressor Is hard,  but it has to be for his rapid transit  The only troublo with the family  skeleton Is that It so often doesni  want to stay in the closet  It Is most exasperating to convince  a man that you are right and then  hare him face about and steal all your  thunder.  MINERAL ACT.  ��������� <��������� Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Enterprise and Teresa Fraction Mineral Claims,  situate In the Greenwood Mining- Division  of-i ale District.   Where located:  On Ncls-  creek about two miles from the West Pork  of the Kettle river.  T^AKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  n<7.��������� m-    B. aRa������e"t for Teresa M. Graham,,  Free Miner H Certificate No. 758.13.1!,   l���������|P���������d  sixty days from   date  hereof, to applv to tlie  Miuli* Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  litems, for the  purpose of obtaining n crown  Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action umlr-rsec-  tiou .,7, must be commenced before the Issue of  such Certiiicate of Improvements.  .Dated this 2nd day of June, A. D.1D13,     ,  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  BRIDGING THE GANGES.  B JOHN FULLER        ���������        ���������>        <       PROPRIETOR g  The Midway Store lor Quality Goods  General Merchandise, Boots, Shoes,  Dry Goods, Hardware, Sleighs,  Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of  Agricultural and Horticultural Implements and Appliances.  JAS. G. McMYNN, MIDWAY, B. C.  I  CURE   WHERE  OTHERS   FAIL.  .Many fly-by-night quacks advertise cures and treatments that prove only  a temporary stimulant and it is only a.matter of time till tin: old symptoms  return. My 7 years in one locution proves that my methods are genuine  and my cures lasting. Many of my patients have come through., the recommendation of their frieuds whom I have cured. My ifi years experience  enables me lo diagnose your case properly and effect a yt-'rmaiieul cure. All  diseases of men my specialty, regardless of how long standing.  A Massive Steel Structure to Span tho  Sacred River.  The task of bringing the Ganges, the  great river of northern India which  Issues from an Ice cave at the foot of  the Himalayan snow bed. has beeu  assigned to a group of English engineers.  This bridge, which is over a mile In  length, Is to carry thc Eastern Bengal  State railway over the Ganges from  Damukelia to Sara Ghat, the place of  pilgrimage to which hundreds of thousands of devout Hindus repair once a  year to wash away their sins*, in the  sacred river.  Spanning the river, the bridge will  be carried on steel trestles, which In  turn will be supported on massive steel  grilles lu granite piers. The contract  consists of fifteen main spans, each  B59 feet long and 52 feet high and  weighing 1,300 tons.  The Ganges Is essentially a river of  great cities. Calcutta, Patnn, Benares  and Allahabad all He on Its course,  and tho ancient capitals of Agra and  Delhi are on the Jumna, higher up.  Great changes take place from time to  time in the river bed of the Ganges,  which considerably alter the face of  the country. Extensive islands are  then thrown up. and many decayed  and ruined cities thnt are then discovered attest the changes in the river  Led iu ancient times. The bridge will  cost about ������1,250.000 to bulld.-West-  iniuster Gazette.  Russia's Oaring Scheme to Divert the  Flow of Siberian Rivers.  A daring scheme Is proposed in Russia for altering the flow of waters on  so vast a scale that even meteorological and climatic conditions may be  improved. Agricultural Interests in the  eastern and southern provinces suffer  severely from the frequent droughts,  which are ascribed partly to extensive  deforestation nnd partly to the progressive drying up of western Asia.  The idea has been conceived of diverting thc flow of certain Siberian  rivers from the north to the south so  that their waters would eventually  find their way into those great inland  seas, the Dral and the Caspian. As  the surface of these would be thereby  doubled or even quadrupled, there  would be a great increase in the atmospheric moisture and consequent  precipitation of the surrounding country, as well as larger available supplies for irrigation where desirable.  This diversion of flow is to be accomplished by building dams across  tlie Obi and Tobol rivers at points  where their banks are exceptionally  high. When the water would reach  the top of the banks it would stand at  a far higher level than the Caspian,  and considerably above the Oral. It  would then only be necessary to cut  a short canal through the divide which  separates the northern flowing from  the southern flowing rivers of western Asia to direct the fructifying waters of these mighty streams toward  the two great lakes Instead of allowing them to be lost In the Arctic ocean.  Return Rates from Kootenay  Points to  WINNIPEG 8   G0.00  ST. PAUL      (50.00  CHICAGO      72.50  TORONTO      92.00  MONTREAL    105.00  HALIFAX     J 29.35  NEW YORK _   10S.50  BOSTON     110.00  Correspondingly low fares to  other Eastern points.  On sale daily May 2S to Sept. 30,  1913. Final return limit Oct. 31,  1913.  Liberal 9top-over privileges.  Tickets and all information may  be obtained from any C.P.R. agent  or write  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B.C.  The man who never loses money U a  miser or has none.  Brer notice that it Is always the girl  who can't sing that does?  Too many of us just hare to do the  things that we don't want to do and  so get Into difficulties.  1  To Out of Town Patients  I invite your correspondence and can prescribe  for you by mail as well as  if yon saw me personally.  All letters held confidential and given my closest  personal attention.  DR. KELLY,  Expert  Urologist  Write for free  Booklet  Dr. Kelley,   210 Howard St.,    Spokane, Wash.  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  The Color of the Yolk.  From 0.000 hens' eggs Dr. Willstater,  with the assistance of Dr. Esch, has  succeeded in extracting about an  eighth of an ounce of the matter that  makes the yolk of the egg yellow. This  pigment has now been obtained In a  pure crystalline state, so that its chemical composition may be determined  as well as its peculiar properties. The  yellow belongs to the same class of  pigments as the green of leaves���������xan-  thophyl. In plants and In animals Willstater has found two distinct series of  pigments. In one of these series the  substances are soluble in benzine and  consist of carbon and hydrogen. The  yellow of the carrot is a good example  of this class of pigments. In the other  series each molecule contains In addition two atoms of oxygen. These pigments are soluble in alcohol. The yellow of the egg and xanthophyl belong  to the latter group.���������Harper's.  Uncle Sam's Fightinq Men.  There are 20,473,fiS4 men of fighting  age in the United States, of whom  2.15G,3G1 are in the state of New York,  according to the census bureau. The  figures as to the militia strength of the  country have been compiled by the government from the enumeration of  1910. Immigration is increasing the  fighting strength of the American republic out of proportion to the general  growth of population; Thus the num:  ber of males of enlisting age, eighteen  to forty-four inclusive, has increased  4,290,982. or 20.5 per cent, in the last  ten years, as against a general growth  of 21 per oent in the whole population  In the same period.���������New York World  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  =NS  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J. McDONELL, Proprietor  Subdued.  O Bridget, In our hours of ease  We let you do Just as you pleasef  But when wo get a grouch on us  We want to say: "Do thus and thus.  Bring something fit to eat on here.  And let It be before nest year."  We feel like speaking so, but don't '  Because we know you'll say you won't.  For, Bridget, you've a heart of etono.  And to ill nature, too, you're proaa.  You'd go away in mighty Ire  And basely leave our kitchen fire���������  Yes, leave us all to thirst and starve,  Without a steak or roast to carve.  To pine away and maybe,die,  If we should criticise your pie.  Your coffee's murky, weak and pals.  Your salad's warm and often stale.  To eat your biscuits we're afraid.  They're not the kind our mother made.  We know these charges grave are true.  But dare not say a word to you,  For, Bridget, you'd be very rude  And would refuse to serve our food.  Then we'd be left to moan and also;  With neither bread nor cake nor pie,  Without a thing to eat in sight ������  To nurse an awful appetite. -  So we reflect that if we'd eat J \  Three times a day, to be discreet,     ', '  Is far the better way to do  Than rouse the tyrant rage In you.   .f  Even So. ���������*  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  QOAL mining rights ofthe Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-  >erla, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories aud iu a portion of British  s-olumbia, may be leased for a term of  l\venty-one years at au annual rental of  fi an acre. Not liiore than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must he made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated. ���������  In surveyed tcrritorv the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurvcyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  , Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $s which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year. ���������  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted lo purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine nt the  rate of Jro.oo an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary ofthe Depart  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister ofthe Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  SALE BY TENDERS  I11 the matter ofthe Estate of Julia Kane  Deceased Intestate  Pursuant to an order of his Honor  Judge Brown, dated this 17th day of Tulv  1913. 3     J   '  Tenders will be received up.to noon  on 22ud day of August 1913 at my office  Copper street, Greenwood, B.C., for the  following propertv; Lot 16 in Block "L"  plan 46 111 the City of Greenwood, British  Columbia, and Lot 4 in Block 18, West  part of Lots 8, 9 and 10 in Block 23 and  Lots 10 and 11 in Block i2 Plans 24 in  the town of Anaconda in said Province.  Terms of sale cash.  Dated this 19th day of July 1913.  FREDERICK W. McLAINE,  Official Administrator.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  r  IS  ���������#* *#*������?��������� *j5 iJ������*M *J������ k^v .Jff tjn (jK tjm tjm ttW Ji i^t JP  to  k  V,  W  '*.  %  't.  B  CO., I/T'D.  Leaves Mother Lode  9,30  a.  m,  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  8:30 p.  m.  m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. m, Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. tn  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL   ARE A 1 QUALITY    TheBRILLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear llavanas In Canada  Made l>y Union I,alinr 111 tlie best Hy.  tfUiiilc Factory In the country.   Call for  tlioiii anil ftei value for your money iu-  stead of rope  WILBERG & VVOLZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory, New Westminster, B. C.  0000<>000<>OOOC>OCM>(>OOC>OOCH>C><>  Adams & Brown  Dealers in  Grain & Flour, and Rolled  Oats  A Limit In Size of-War Craft.  It Is the opinion of naval experts  that, with the $15,000,000 provided In  the naval appropriation bill for a  battleship, little can bo done beyond  the production of a vessel of the type  of the Oklahoma of 27,000 tons, now  biilldiug. The limitations Imposed by  the Panama canal prevent the Increase  of the ship's beam and the depth of  water In American harbors limits the  ship's draft to about tho dimensions  of the Oklahoma. Perhaps 100 feet  might be added to the length, largely  Increasing the coal capacity and making possible an Incrase. In speed.���������  Kansus City Star.  ���������v  Try Dr, Rusk's   Famous  CHIC FEED  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  9  111 in 1 m  Two Indian Tribes.  A few tribes of American Indians  ������re not dying out. though their numbers are small In comparison with  their probable one time strength. Two  of these tribes llvo In Maine. In 1S20  by the census there were 370 Passu-  maquoddy Indians, and last year there  Were 440. In 1820 there were 300 Pe-  nobscots. Now, more than ninety  years later, there are 307. Both maintain their tribal conditions, and the  Penobscots at least still dwell on the  lame village site that their forefathers  occupied.  Perilous Tobagganing.  Two parts novelty and one part  danger is the formula that makes  many sports attractive. Combine this  with the fact that the railroad toboggan is a great labor saving device and  one can readily understand why tobogganing down the cog railway  which climbs Pike's peak, Colorado, Is  so fascinating, says the Popular Mechanics Magazine. To make a drop of  nearly a mile and a half In a distance  of nine miles of track, sometimes at a  speed of two miles a minute, Is the  reason why the railway toboggan has  come Into use, for the employees find it  far more exhilarating to slide down  the mountain than go on foot  I IN GRAND FORKS  I deal in Second-hand  goods and have the  largest sign in B. C.  I buy or sell anything from a needle  to a carload.  ED. PECKHAM  "The devil is generally in good hu������  mor."  "He has reason to be."  "Why?"  "Because he has the majority of us  working for him to beat the band."  See Whose They Arel  "Those children are such patient llttl*  things."  "They neea to be."  "Why?"  "How else could they get along -with,  their parents?"  J. E. CAMEftON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,'   B.   C.  Living and Wages.  Speaking of the high cost of living,  saleswomen's wages have not kept  pace, It would seem. An old copy of  the Revolution Is authority for the  Btatcment that In 1808 "a saleswoman  In one of our Broadway stores received  eight or ten dollars u week." Forty-  four years later living has quadrupled, and she Is still receiving about  the same.���������New York Post  STARKEY &C0.  NELSON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS  PROSPECTS    BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  Economical.  "You should get Dr. Dosem for your  Blck folks."  "Why?"  "His bread pills are so large that  the patient doesn't need any other  nourishment"  The Difference.  "I like my hat to suit my face."  "So do I, but I can't have it"  "Why not?"  "Because what suits my face doeBU'i  suit my pocketbook."  New Hail Destroyer.  France Is now testing a new type  of hall destroyer. The device Is essentially a very large lightning rod of  pure copper, grounded by means of a  copper conductor. According to th*  theory of the Inventors, these Instruments, by their effect upon currents  of atmospheric electricity, are capable  of preventing the formation and th#  Call of hailstones.  ?<&&=������&������<&&������^^<&:-<?z& <r^!^^  Plumber  h  mtmm  and Tinner  UM  f  7  SHOES SHINED  At the Windsor Hotel by  ZACK WATSON  MESSENGER SERVICE  ������<&4rt*^*rMMMMAA^AAAA&  ADVERTISE IS IHE LEDCE  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  O^O-^KJOOOOOOOOOOOCfrOOOOOOOOO  I am prepared to ex^  ecute all orders for  plumbing and tinsmith--  ing in city or country,  I GEORGE CLERF.  Good Time to Call.  "Say, let's go and make that long  postponed call upon Jones tonight"-  "But why tonight?"  "He says his phonograph is out 00  rgpair."  A  Misunderstanding.  "And how did you get into this place,  my poor man?" asked the female  vestigator, as she paused In front  cell 5,324.  "Through misunderstanding a prescription," replied the occupant  "What do you mean?" asked the vis-  itor.  "My doctor advised mo to take something before going to bed," Bald 6,824.���������  Cincinnati Enquirer.  -1  ��������� O  Of Course!  "Judge, I ain't no vagrant I'm In  hard luck now, but I've seen better  days."  "But this officer Bays you have beetf  arrested repeatedly."  ���������"Ho must be alludln* to the times  ���������when I owned me own automobeeL"���������������  Woaulnir+oit. HoraJ d  About Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  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  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in  '93;   how  the  saloon man outprayed tlio  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.    It  contains the early history  ofJNelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are   printed threo  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.    Send for  one before it is too lato.  Tho   price   is   25   cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.    AddresR   all   letters to  AR. T. Lowery  Q\ -GREENWOOD, B. O.  SMOKE  ��������� * ���������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C, THELIN &. Co., NELSON.  FOUND  On Tuesday morning an Elgin  watch. Owner can have same by  proving property and paying expenses.   Apply at this office.  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10  p. m. Leave order* at Terhune'B  Cigar Store.       Chakles Russkm..  A S S A Y B R  E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer an-'  Chemist, Box niioS, Nelson, B. ( .  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Coppci.  $1 each. Gold-Silver, or &" .������r-I,en- .  ji.50. Prices for other metals: Con .  Cement, Fireclay analyses on applic  tion. Tlie largest custom assay oflice 1;.  British Columbia.  Thu  fnmlly  remedy   for   Cou������h������  Shlloti costs no  little   and does  nnd Coldo  to much I'  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During tho 87 months that Lowen '������������������  Claim was on earth it did business '1.  over  the   world.    It  waB   the  nif-  unique, independent and fearless joii ���������  nal over produced in Canada,   Politic-  and theological enemies pursued it wi :,  the venom of a rattlesnake until t   -  government shut it out of thoniai"  and its editor ceasad  to  publish  1  pn/tly on account of n lazylivorat  partly because it takes a pile of mon.  to run a paper that ia outlawed. Ihe. ���������  are still 20 different oditions of this cot  demnod journal in print.   Send lOcei ���������>  and got ono or $2 and got the bum ,  R.T. LOWEIIY,      .  Greonwood, B. C, THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  OC>O0-CH>CKKi<>CK><KK>O0<K>O<M>CH>CK)  I    BOUNDARY USES    |  C>OOOCKX>00<X>000<>OCK><>0<>000-CK>  Last week tho Rawhide, shipped  5,0S'l tons of ore.  Last    week   tho  Granby   mine  shipped 22,.'390 tons of ore.  Last week -tho  Granby smelter  treated 21,530 tons of ore.  Lust    week   the   Mother   Lode  initio shipped 4,52*1 tons of ore.  Last     week     the     Greenwood  smelter treated 10,S6(J tons of ore.  Last  week  the  Napoleon  mine  shipped 430 tons of ore.  the year round, showing tho underground sewer improvement, have  eome with other reforms and the  growth of conveniences. Yukon's  wealth outside of Klondike���������that  is outside of   the enchanted area  chased the Centre Star mine from  Oliver Durant for 82,000,000  cash for the Gooderham-Black-  stock syndicate,' who desired to  acquire at tho same time thc Idaho  mineral claim, adjoining tins Centre  within 100 miles of  Dawson���������also  Star, from 2,1 r. Durant and  associ  Last week  the Queen Victoria  mine shipped G2S tons of ore.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  I   B.C. MINING NEWS   |  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  ,   Tlie somewhat  startling hut not  unexpected    announcement     was  made last week that  whilo boring  for coal on the Yakoiiu  river, the  ��������� Graham   Island  Coal   &  Timber  Syndicate had struck a (iow of oil.  This in formation   was  partly  corroborated    by    General   Manager  Wright upon his arrival  here, but  ho added that the  drill  only penetrated    a small   chuck   hole,  in  which there was a small amount  of oil of  seemingly good quaiity.  It  was  not a    "gusher"   by  any  means,, but it is considered a good  indication  of an oil field  aud Mr.  Wright  believes   that it will   be  found   not  very   far  below.    His  Company, however,   is boring for  coal, but a strike of oil  would , be  just as acceptable, if not  more so.  ���������Masset Leader.  is being developed. The coal  mines aro becoming sources of great  revenue, tho copper mines are shipping daily hundreds of tons of ore,  quartz properties are beginning to  yield their contributions, agriculture has developed into an industry  and now stock raising is coming to  bo a factor in the territory.���������Vancouver Sun.  Dawson���������Every day for six  mont lis of the year old Dawson  sends out on the average more than  $14,000 daily, in pure gold.  People who have been going to  coast, and to Eastern citieB, and  circulating stories to the effect  Dawson is dead, should revolve the  In the prospective stage wo Iind  men like Bariaus and Morris, who  in the summer of 1S89 crossed the  valley below Itossland from the  Lily May, and staked the Lo Roi  Centre Star, War Eagle, Idaho and  Virginia. Thoy gave Colonel E. S.  Topping tho Lo Roi for tho sum of  $12.50 which thoy used to pay the  recording foes for tho claims. The  Le Roi has since produced ovor  twenty millions of dollars, and was  onco sold to tho British America  Corporation for 83.500,000. During the earlier days of the camp,  before tho real production was well  under way, every iron capping was  supposed to have hidden under its  surface a valuable mine, and bare  prospects, often staked on the snow,  where there might be only a miserable showing of mineral, brought  large sumB. Anything almost that  could be pegged was sold readily  for whatever price almost that the  imagination of the owner could put  on it. Capitalists and mining men,  business men and adventurers,  male and female, men with money  aud without it, flocked here from  all portions of the earth, and there  ensued a boom which lasted from  1S94 until about the end of 1S97  which beggars description. Hundreds of mining companies were  formed, and hardly any of them  with a capital stock of less than  a  forgoing fact in their minds.    Take million dollars.    These stockB were  the. government figures, based on  royalty returns, and add the quarter million dollars from the American Yukon, all within a radius of  300 miles of Dawson, and the total  yield of this marvellous centre  must astonish not only the world,  but even the people who live within  the city of Dawson, and inside this  golden circle.  Other gold camps far and near  will have to sit up and take off  their hats to old Klondike. Certain states and provinces outside  will show large returns for a year  l)ti t they cover vast areas, as compared with this marvellous old  Klondike area, measured within a  radius of 100 miles of Dawson.  And the best of it is that the Klondike yield will continue to enlarge,  and the placer output will not  cease for a quarter of a century,  and perhaps not for twice that time.  Klondike is not large, frothy and  bizarre, as in the early days���������wine  women, cards, and all the accessories of the frontier camp are not  here. A new era exists. Instead  of the riotousness. with everyone  facing new conditions daily, with  empty poke now, and a streak of  luck then. Dawson now is on a substantial basis.  The old shells of buildings which  the .early stampeders   left behind,  many as useless to this town as ten  tails to a dog,  aro standing,  and  not needed.    They give tho wrong  impression to tho visitor,  and are  responsible for much of  the wrong  impression about tho town.    Were  all superfluous buildings removed,  and only those now in. use inspected, it would bo found  that every  homo is far more comfortable,  and  every store and hotel   and   public  building equipped far  beyond the  dreams of the first flush days.  Where wood was burned recklessly in groat stoves thon, now  plastically all prominent hotels and  stores havo steam, and, hotels are  equipped  with everything   to the  speculated  in  largely iu Spokane,  Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver aud  Ottawa.    Rosslaud had   its stock  exchange with regular daily meetings,    and   thousands   of   shares  changed hands on the  floor of the  board.     It   was   so   ambitious   a  body that at one period  in its career a stock  exchange daily  paper  was issued,  containing quotations  of the day  as well  as tho latest  mining tips.    Brokers wero very  numerous  in  tho Golden  City at  that time, some occupying expensive offices on  Columbia avenue,  while others of less pretension did  business   upstairs    in    tho   same  buildings or had smaller offices in  the less frequented streets.   The  quotations from tho exchange were  telegraphed to the leading financial  centres of eastern Canada each day  and to Spokane,   and many orders  were   received   by   the Rossland  brokers to purchase shares of the  mines that happened to   have the  vogue on any particular occasion.  One firm iu particular, the Reddin-  Jackson Co.,  did  much  business,  and the market  was manipulated  the same as it is in New York,  Toronto   or  Ottawa,    only on a  smaller scale,  and very considerable sums wore lost and  won by  the fluctuations of tho share market.   Finally   the   share 'market  had its Black Friday along in 189S  and the market collapsed, and the  unfortunate speculators wore left,  often with a million or half a million shares on their hands,   for the  most of which there has not been  a good market to this day.   The  fortunate ones, however,  in many  instances, were those who sold out  or were so lucky as to have shares  in the leading or producing mines.  To show the magnitude of the  operations in  the acquisition and  development   of   properties,    the  Gooderham   Blackstock syndicate  invested about   83,000.00  in   the  purchase and development of the  War    Eagle    and    Centre    Star  ates.  "Wo would like to buy the  Maho,'' Haid Mr. Blackstock.  "The, Idaho is not for sale/'.''  emphatically replied Mr. Durant.  "Name a price for it," said Mr.  Blackstock, in a persuasives way.  "Didn't 1 tell you that it was  not for sale. You have not enough  tnonoy to buy it," thundered Mr.  Durant.  The Hritisli American Corporation, one of Whitakcr Wright's  dotations, expended about So,-  000,000 in the acquisition of Hi ss-  land properties, the most costly of  which was the Le lioi, which cost  thorn in the neighborhood of $3,-  500,000. This mine has produced  something over .320,000,000.  To show tlie utter disi'egnrd of  the value of money that then pro-  vailed, the following incident is  typical: John M.' Burke and a  friend had put through a deal for  a claim, and the joint commission  was about 82,000. "This stun,"  said Mr. Burke, "is too small to  divide as there is not more than  enough of it to have a night's fun.  I'll match you to see who takes it  all."  Burke matched with his 'friend  and lost saying "Well, I won't  havo tho pleasure of spending it tonight, and I hope you will have  ������4,000 worth of fun out of it."  Those who had faith in the future of the camp remained with it,  and the production has gone on  steadily and energetically until  over "355,000,000 has been extracted from the bowels of the earth.  Football Notes  Mother Lode and Phoenix played  a draw game at Mother Lode last  week, thus each team gets one  point.  BIRTHS  Rawhide  tho league.  has been admitted   to  The revised  schedule  is  as follows:���������  Phoenix at Mother Lode July 24.'  Green wood a I; Phoenix July 30.  Rawhide at Mother Lode July 30.  Mother Lode at Phoenix Aug. C.  Rawhide at Greenwood Aug (3.  Greenwood at Mother Lode Aug 13  Rawhide at Phoenix Aug. 13  Mother Lode at Rawhido Aug 20  Phoenix at Greenwood Aug 20.  Greenwood at Rawhide Aug 27  Phoenix at Rawhide Aug 30  Mother Lode at Greenwood Aug 30  In Anaconda on July 21, to Mr,  aud Mrs. Wustich, a son.  In Anaconda, on July 26, to  Mr. aud Mrs. George Schulli, a  daughter.  Contrariness is often  mistaken  for will power.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  CARLSON  WE   GIVE  THE MOST   THOROUGH  JEWELLERY SERVICE  ON   THE  PACIFIC   COAST  Of  Notice Trespass  Cattle.  TO TIIROWNKRS  Take notice; Hint I have impounded the  lollowing animals whidi have broken into  enclosed land occupied hy me siLnate  lying and being I,ot fi-16 group one Siinil-  kaineeu Division, Vale District, 1!. C,  known as the Poggi Ranch near Midway,  I!.C. (description of animals as per list.)  i small while mare, weight about 750  lbs. brand J left shoulder and in left  thigh.  r Chestnut or light sorrel gelding, two  while hind feel and white   face branded-  G  left shoulder, weight about 95O lbs.  1 light Roan Gelding branded    4    left  shoulder and W lell thigh; while slar on  forehead; weight about lJ50.  1 I'.rown mare, 3 shoes ou; black stripe  down back, branded \V lefl ihigh, weight  about SOO lbs.  1 Bay Gelding, Roman face, branded  S L   left shoulder and J on right shoulder  riglil hind foot while, weight about 1000  lbs.  1 Small Dark Chestnut mare (a pretty  mare); white stripe down face, weight  about 750 lbs; brand A ou left shoulder.  PHOTOGRAPHER  GREENWOOD, B, C.  OPEN   FROM 9   a.m. 10 5  p.m.  LATEST DESIGNS IN MOUNTS  All kinds of amateur  work  6      done at reasonable prices  00000000000000000000000 006  SEALED TENM5KS addressoil to Uie under-  sifrnud, iind endorsed "Tender for Wharf al  Vancouver, ll.C., will lie received at this oflice  until -UK) l*.M.,on Thnrsduv, August 21, 1913,  for the construction of a Wliarf at Vancouver,  ll.C.  Clans, spocilicalioii and form nf contract can  lie seen and forms of tender obtained ut this  Department, anil at the offices of C. O. Wors-  fold, Usrj., District Engineer, New Westminster, ll.C; J. S. MacL:iclilaii,Es(|., District  Engineer, Victoria, ll.C, The District Engineer's Office, Confederation Life lluilding, Toronto, Out.: .1. U Micliaud, Ksc|., District Engineer, Cost Ollice lluilding, Montreal, Que., and  on application to the l'ostniaster at Vancouver,  ll.C.  Cersous tendering are notified that tenders  will nut be considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied, and signed with tlieir  actual signatures, stating their occupations,  and places of residence. In Uie case oI linns,  llm actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each member  of the linn must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, pay able-  to the order of the Honorable tlie Minister of  Public Works, equal to live por cent. (5 p. c.) of  the amount of tlitr tender, which will be forfeited  if the person tendering decline to enter into a  contract when called upon to do so, or fail to  ^mplele the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted tho cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  tlie lowest or any teuder.  Hy order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 8, 11113.  Newspapers will not bc paid  for this advertisement, if they insert it  without  autlioritv  from the Department.���������44661  Through out* mail service we take advantage  of the fine quality and moderate prices we offer  in the following lines*  LADIES' BRACELET WATCHES, in which  we provide many styles and qualities.  BRACELETS in plain gold and gem set gold  and platinum designs at a great range of prices,  SIGNET RINGS for either ladies or gentle/  men, in 14 and 18 carat gold, in newest and  prettiest designs.  FINE GEM RINGS set in clusters or solitaires  in styles and prices to suit all buyers,  Our Catalogue tells it all.   Write for it and  select your jewellery wants from its illustrations,  It will be sent free to any address,  HENRY  BIRKS &  SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS   '  Geo, E, Trorcy, Man, Dir. VANCOUVER, B, C,  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine         8.14  Sulphuric Acid    363.43  Silica        74.29  Lime   Alkalies as Sorla    Magnesia   Lilhia   Sulphuretted Hydrogen  34.57  5'9i  232.00  .S6  32.00  r  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course ol baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and mctalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or $12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  1 1  ( 1  I 1  I >  II  ( 1  I >  I >  L* William Boyd, Proprietor,      :     ,      halcyon, B. ft. -  Boe������������Maaea<MMe0������eeeGaaee������9a0a������AOMe������eaeeae������Ma������������i  mm ii 1 ii  And further take notice if the owners  shall not claim said animals and pay nil  damage done anil expenses incurred for  the keep and advertisement thereof, 1  shall cause khiiu to be sold by l'nblic  Auction at the said premises 011 the 5th  day of August, i9i3at 12 o'clock   noon.  Hated 2lsI July, i'Ji3.  TONKV SIVITIJJjI  ^.itt  EY..ES IGHT  We have, made iirrangenicni,s with tlie Tan bo Optical Co., of  Vancouver and Calgary for their eyesight specialist. Dr. S. L.  Taube, who has had 42 years experience in the Optical business to he  rAT OUR STORE  WEDNESDAY, the 30th  AND  THURSDAY, the 31st.  If there is anything wrong with your eyesight do not fail   to  CONSULT   HIM  All work is guaranteed ahsolutely as tested  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE 01- APPLICATION FOR A  LICENCR TO TAKE, USE, STORE  OU PEN BACK WATER AND FOR  THE APPROVAL OF PLANS  ���������JtJtJtJtjtjtjtJtJtj*Jtjtjtjtjtjtjt    jXjtjtjtjtjAjXjXjtjtjtJtjtjtjtjtji  ������PERA   H0MSE  ^^^^^        XtW.tM*3tfSSP^tmBIBUU!IKIW!aUJiajm!ML   AGRICULTURAL  NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that  the North American Lumber Company  Limited, or Vancouver and Midway, B.  C, will apply for licence lo take and use  four cubic feet per second out ofthe Ket-  tle river which flows in a south-easterly  direction south of the applicant's lauds  and cmplics into the   Columbia   river.  The water will be divertedat a poinlnear  the upper end of said island being Lot  2647, Osoyoos Division, Vale District; lying south of Lot 637 in the said Osoyoos  Division hy a dam constructed from the  upper end of the said island and extending in ii south-westerly direction to the  soulli bank or thc river, diverting the  water into the narrow channel between  said Island and Lot 424, the property of  the Applicant, where it will be used at a  point about 300 feet from the lower end  of said Island to drive a wheel for pumping water into pipes and a reservior for  the purpose of irrigating a portion of Lot  "37 (5 acres) and Lots 424 and 425, in the  said Osoyoos Division, Vale District  Application will also bc made for the  approval of plans ofthe works already  constructed for the utilization of the  water as described aforesaid.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the second (2nd) day of July 1913.  The application for a licence and the  approval of plans together with the information required bv Sections 60 and 70  of the Water Act as amended will be filed  in the local water recorder's at oflice Fair-  view and with thc Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria,  B.C.  Objections may be filed with the said  water recorder or the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  NORTH AMERICAN LUMBER.Co., Ltd  By II. L. JENKINS, Pres't and Treas.,  Applicant.  AND STERE0PTICAN VIEWS  fc All the latest   films  in   Music,   Comedy   and  Drama  ������ ���������_____   V.  <*.  Jt Jt jt Jt Jt jt jt jt jt jt Jt jt jt jt jt jt jt   j^K'K'^^^'JflP^K'K'K'K'K'JfK'K"  TUESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS  Change or programme each night.    Our pictures are  an  education  for the  children.   Doors opeii at 7.30; peniioriiiance at 8.30.  ADMISSION 25c and 10c.  ���������  k  k  %  'f.  '*.  fc  'f.  WATER NOTICE  G. A. RENDELL  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.  TWEED  Nice Patterns and Well Fitted.  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS and BALBR1CCAR UNDERWEAR  STRAIN HATS AND FEL������T HATS  Hercules Rib Hose.  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A  LICENCE TO TAKE, USE, STORE  OR PEN BACK WATER AND FOR  THE APPROVAL OF PLANS  luxury of baths, and ruuniug water J mjnes.    T.  Q-,   Blackstock  pur-  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the North American Lumber Company,  Limited ol Vancouver and Midway, B.C.,  will apply for licenses to lake and use  two cubic feet per second of water and to  store or pen back one acre feet of water  out ol and from the Kettle river which  flows in a south-easterly direction south  of the applicant's lands and empties into  the Columbia river.  The water will be diverted at a point iu  the stream between Lot  2647,   Osoyoos  Division,  Vale District,  being an Island  belonging to the applicant, and Lot 424  iu thc said Osoyoos Division the property  ofthe Applicant and about three hundred feet from the lower end of the said  Island iuto pipes on Lots 424 and 425, in  the said Osoyoos Division and a reservoir  011 Lot 424 of 240,000 cubic feet capacity  and will be used for irrigation  purposes  on the land described as a  portion (5  acres) of r,ot 637, and Lots 424 and 425, In  the said Osoyoos Division, Yale District.  Application will also be made for the  approval of the plans of the works already constructed for the utilization of  the water as described aforesaid.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the second (2nd) clay of July 1913.  The application for a licence and the  approval ol plans together with the information required by selections Co and 70  ofthe Water Act as amended will'foe filed  in the local water recorder's oflice at Fair-  view and with the Comptroller of Water  Rights Parliament Building, Victoria,B.C.  Objections may be filed with the said  water recorder or the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B, C.  NORTH AMERICAN LUMBER Co., Lt<  By H. L. JENKINS, Pres't and Treao.  Applicant  B NEW STOCK OF 3  | TR U NKS  &   VALIS ES 1  g^y   ��������� ���������    '  ���������**_������  *���������*���������- :       : ��������� _____���������__  ���������   " __���������  | Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Summer I  I Underwear for Men. 1  | P. W.GE0RGE & C^. _  ������=   COPPER STREET       ,       GREENWOOD, B, G   =������  ^liiiiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  GRAND   FORKS   GARAGE  GRAND    FORKS,    B.  O.  in now open for business and is in charge of an Export  Mechanic.    All  repairs and  adjustments quickly attended to.    Comploto Ifno of  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSOR/ ES  carried in stock.- Ucst grade of Gasoline, Lubricating  Oils,   and  Greases always on  hand.    Sole agonfcs for  Republic Tires.   Tires pumped up free of charge.  GARAGE  CO.,  mmam  LEDGE ADS. BRIE RESULTS  i  I;  iii'-


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