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 I  I/ '"  Vol -XIII.  "   ,     GREENWOOD, B. C.,'THURSDAY, MARCH 14,1907. ,  No.-8G".   IT "' '  ;''   Associated Boards . -I  Tho Associated Boards of Tnide  of Eagte.ni British Columbia has  beertin convention here during the  - week. ."Delegates' were present;  from Nelson,-Rossland, Cranhrook,  Aloyie, Kaslo, Trail, Ferine, Fort  Steele and Greenwood.*       ���������   -'  Pre-ident  Buchanan opened the  proceeding*   with  an  address that  reviewed    the    rji'o;;re--s    of   the  BotiiiiUry since tire List meeting of  the board in   Greenwood, six years  ago.      He called   attention' to tlie  fact   that  in   1900  the B >undary  mined-and  smelted.-90.000 to.is of  ore,   whereas  lust year the output  was a  million and a quarter tons.  He referred  to the development of  Southern ' Yale and Kootenay and  instancd  in, evidence,  thereof the  great growing demand for electric  power for lb? operation of mines  and  smelters.     So  fast  was "this  demand   growing   that   the  West  Kootenay   Power   Co.   had   completed at Bonnington Falls a power  plant, .capable of producing 41,000  horse power,  and this  power was  being transmitted a hundred miles,  more or less, for use in the Botind-  PACIF1C   HOTEL BURNED.  .-.'Thursday morning about two  o'clock a fire started from the  range in the Pacific cafe, and in a  few minutes.spread through, the  whole building. A. number of the  guests had, difficulty in-'escaping  from.their rooms. Ch'as. Buxton  iu dropping from one of the front  windows was seriously'injured and  was taken to tbe hospital. The  fire dfp-u-1 merit was on the ground  within five, minutes after the fire  'started and had lour streams playing on the building. Theexcelleut  work of the boys saved the adjoining building*. The. Pacific was  in.-ured for $5,000, and tlie lo;-s  will be about 87.000 dollars above  the insurance.  ary.  Last year'e officers' were re-el-  . ected, and areas follows:  G. O. Buchanan, president.  A. B. Mackenzie, seci etary.  F. S. Starkey, vice-president.  A  number of   resolutions prepared  by the various  boards had  been * submitted to-, the -'executive  committee of-the board for presentation to the convention,   and such  of these as appeared to be matters  of   public   concern,   affecting   the  business welfare of tho province,  were duly brought to the attention  of the convention.  Among the questions discussed  and decisions reached were :  Recommendation of aid to the  Kootenay Central' railway; the  right of municipalities to tax railway property; a continuation of the  lead bounty; a better news service  between Great Britain and'Canada;  adequate appropriation for and representation at the Alaska-Yukon  exposition in 1909 representations  at the Franco-English exposition  of 1908; enquiry into the coal, coke  and ear shortage; the acquisition  of telephone lines by the province;  the betterment of land titles given  by the C. P K. in their land grants,  etc.  The sessions were full of interest  and this Kootenay parliament is  marked by earnest thought and  study of the public weal. The attitude of the president on all public questions could not fail to he a  spur and incentive to every delegate, were other considerations  lacking, to give his most devoted  effort to this espousal of the public cause.  The meeting of the convention  here, after a lapse of years, and  ��������� contrast of the public and localsit-  uations, now and then lent emphasis to the marked progress that  is steadily but almost imperceptibly  taking place in the country.- Large  hope in the future is thus inspired  and encouragement afforded in  what at times appears.a hopeless  task of town and country upbuilding" ';'���������'';> ���������"������������������ - ���������  Wednesday evening the citizens  of Greenwood entertained the visiting delegates to the Associated  Boards of Trade at a smoker in  >fiagiea hall. About a hundred  people were present and a very enjoyable evening spent. Mr. W.G.  Gaunco occupied the chair. Tho  evening's entertainment included  singing, speech-making and three  wrestling bouts.  THE LORD'S DAY ACT.  A circular has been received from  the. Rev. J. G. Shearer of Toronto,  in which he says: " The following  popular- summary of the Xord's  Day"Act has been prepared with  some care. It is sent for publica  tion. I am, however, euclosing a  copy of the act, iu case you picfer  to make \our own summary. _ All  your readers'will, I feel sure, wel  conns some such htatemunt. I do  not expect you to credit me publicly with the making of ib. I have  sought simply to be of service to  you."  ..The Ledge, appreciates the gentleman's kindness, but as yet no  curiosity has been manifested *by  ours subscribers in reference to the  Lord's Day Act; there has'been  no serious outcry from our readers  in regard 'to it, therefore tho excellent summary "does not appear-  in these columns. Should the  people of the Boundary ever get  tangled up in the act, there are a  number of legal gentlemen in the  district sufficiently familiar with  its intricacies to extricate them.  In the meantime It is just as well  not to advertise the fact too much  that the people of Ontario have  deified one dav in the week.  flagrant case has just come to our  notice in  which it is'seen that the  postal service was shamefully prostituted in'an attempt to injure the  Conservative party  in, the  recent  campaign   in   this 'province.      At  Camp MuKinney where subscribers  had  been  regularly  receiving  by  tbe   weekly   mail,    six' local  papers,. <-��������� four; of, which were sup-,  porting  the MuBride government  and" two  opposing,   it  was  found  that on   the .week   preceding the  polling,  four  papers,   the Vernon  News, Hedley Gazette, Greenwood  Ledge   and    Phoenix   Pioneer  all  i'turned   up   missing,''   while the  Greenwood  -Timed"-'and   Vernon  Okanagan     were *   both"   allowed  through.      And   neither  has, the  Guzette of Feb. 7 reached Mo Kin-'  ney.    Now this sort of thing is doing it decidedly  below > the -belt."  The   thing,     however,    was    so  coarsely  done " that  no difficulty  should   be  experienced  in placing  the blame.     If the postal authori-'  ties are not themselves as had,they  will see that the perpetrator of this  felony   gets his   deserts.���������Tied ley  Gazette! .       j"'  on the energy of tho speculators, a  few of whom have been-badly left,.  ��������� News-Advertiser. ?���������  "Tho Queens Hotel is,the only  temperance hotel in Greenwood,  and tluM-ates are reasonable.  When copper looks like; 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary can  moke Royal,S3il  cigars.   ���������  ' ' Toilet paper, flat, oval and  round. Let us'give you ai bargain  price on 50 or 100 rolls.'! McRae  'Bros. ',    '   ' "   ,;  Nicola-Coal for Vancouver  ' i    %'  " A  car of excellent coal was scon  Im^thfi railway track near Coutlec  ye-������tcji-(lay. On inquiry it'was ascertained that its destination is  Vancouver.-' This is tho'first car  shipped to-the coast by the Nicola  Coal fe-N-Coak Co., (locally known  as the Garische Green.) The coal  is evidently a first-class article and  will no doubt compete successfully  with the best product already on  the market. The shipment will be  mad" today.���������Nicola Herald.  on whom be had no claim but that  of   misfortune,  sheltered   him  for  nine    months  ,at    the    eminent  risk of her life,   his old  friends,  the   Suards   refused   him a single  night's shelter.,  lie. wandered for  days   homeless  and hungry, till at  last he ventured to enter an inn at  Clamartaud to ask for an omelette.  How. many eggs 'will you have in  your   omelette,  asked    mine host  suspiciously.    Oh, a dozen, replied  the   marquis.     Mine    host,   who  was one. of (he municipals of the  commune, suspecting the marquis'  rank  from his preposterous ignorance of.cookory, had him arrested,  and Condorcet saved ' himself from  the gillotine only by taking poison  in his condemned cell.  &  m&zw&z&b s&m&vmG������m&j&8s?8S������ \;'  Obituary  George B. McDonald, auditor  aud confidential clerk for P. Burns  &' Co., died in Calgary last Saturday morning. Ho had been operated ou for appendicitis, but  could not recover from the effects  of the chloroform.  He was born in Englishtown,  Nova Scotia, 34 year* ago, his  father at one timo representing  Victoria county in that province.  George came west when a very  young man. About ten years ago  ho had charge of the Dunsmuir  propertied in the Slocan and lived  at Cudy during the days of the  Noble Five mine. For some time  past ho lias been with P. Burns &  Go. His sudden death is a shock  to a host of friends all oyer the  'west.for he wa-" well and favorably  known to a great many people.  His brother A. J. McDonald'.left  last Saturday to attend the funeral  in Vancouver.  Bridge and  '-500'"score cards,"  something new, at McRae Bros.  Mr. G.'T,   Moir, the popular C.  P.   R station  agent  has been appointed ageut for the company at  Phoenix,   and  leaves for his new  field on Saturday morning.-   "While  we regret his necessary departure  to  his new appointment,'we congratulate him upon making au upward step.    In departing from the  Slocan,   Mr. Moir will break away  from many -old 4and  dear associations  which  have grown since his  sojourn in the country for the past  eight years.     For three and a' half  years   he   occupied   a  similar position at Slocan  Citv, afterwards  being    transferred    to    Naktisp.  From there ho came to- Sandon  when the tonnage was great, and  the station considered  the fourth  leading one in  the division.    The  Methodist church   here   will also  lose a valuable friend, as he was a  very active member and the superintendent of tho Sunday school.  Mr.   and  .Mrs.   Moir will also be  greatly missed in social circles.  Sandon Mining Review.  The Machine  During tho recent election contest the unusual '-activity of Dominion office holders in this/province was the subject of a general  remark,   and   it  was pointed out  that this. did not fit in very well  with tho excuses offered on niany  occasions by Liberals for the arbitrary dismispal of Conservatives  from federal berth1) which they  had held and the duties of which  they were discharging efficiently  and without any complaint from  the general public.    A particularly This has had a dampening effect  No one is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars during Lent.  Many new Towns  This year will be a momentous  one in the history of tho Canadian  west, for it will witness tho founding of- over 100 new towns on tho  line of the Grand Trunk Pacific  alone, to say nothing of tho new  towns which will be brought into  being by tho extensions of other  systems, such as the Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern. The  hundreds of new towns referred to  will all bo in the prairie country  between Winnipeg and Edmonton  ���������one of tho most fertile stretches  of land in all Canada. The distance between the two points is 700  miles and the plans of the Grand  Trunk Pacific show that there will  bo a station, the forerunnuer of a  town at an average of every seven  miles for tho, whole of that distance.  Land speculators have naturally  been endeavoring to take advantage of tho rise in values which the  now line will bring about, and in  inuny instances have endeavored to  anticipate thei townsite, -and get in  ahead even of tho railway itself.  Quito a number of fibr-owd guesses  have been 'made, but very few ut  tho speculators have succeeded ill  holdiug up the compariy for exorbitant amounts, for when extravagant pricCB havo boon asked  tho company has simply shifted its  location a few miles further away.  He who smokes a Kootenay  Belle cigar will surely live to smoke  another day.  "*��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  , .    The Strength of Japan  The strength of Japan,' says a  French writer, who has just returned from that country, does not  consist in its navy and its army,  well equipped though they are;but  in its childhood. To illustrate :  In a Japanese school which I recently visited, the children were  requested- to write something on  die stibject-'of the���������''Spii it'of-Japan-"  and this is.wbat au eleven-year old  girl wrote:  -   '"There is a Japanese spirit just  as there is au English spirit and an  American   spirit.       Eich   is distinguished by its own mark.     The  Japanese spirit is pure and noble.  It is   like   the   cherry    blossom,  beautiful and fragrant,   but which,  without    murmur   or   complaint,  permits itself to bo shattered by the  four  winds.     In like manner, we  people of Japan live and die. without regard to our own lives, which  arc cheerfully given for the fatherland.     This is the secret of our  uisit over Russia.     And this is the  secret of our \ictory over any other  country    that    might  attack   us.  Japan  is a little land, but every  Japanese has these ideas implanted  . The Queens Hotel, under the  management of Mrs. D. Manchester is one of the most comfortable notels in Greenwood.  T. P. O'Connor, the Irish leader,  began a brilliant after' dinner  speech in Philadelphia in this way:  I must confess that I dread to  make after-dinner speeches. At  the most sumptuous dinners, even  at such a dinner as this one, if I  know that at the end I must make  a speech, I am nervous, I have no  appetite, I find little to admire in  the best* efforts of the chef. In  truth, gentlemen, I can readily  imagine Daniel, if he was of my  mind, having a sigh of relief as the  lions drew near to devour him���������  heaving a sigh of relief and  murmuring- Well, if there's any  after dinner speaking to be doneon  this, occasion, at least it won't be  Uone bynie.",-      -*"',       - -  The Lite Ambrose L. Thomas of  Chicago,  once  told a story about  two   doctors.      To   illustrate   my  point, he said,  apropos of an advertising  error-, I'll tell you about  my friend Bones. Bones was taken  ill, and, his family physician being  out of town, a specialist was called  in.     But the family physician unexpectedly  returned,  and  he and  the    specialist    entered     Bones'  chamber   together.      They  found  the man  in a high fever and-partially  unconscious.     Eich put hit-  hand under 'the bedclothes to feel  Bones'  pulse,  and each accidentally   got hold of tho other's hand.  Ho had   typhoid,   said   tho   first  physician.     Nothing of the kind,  said the other.    He's only drunk.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-  Flood block.  Household effects at J. J. Caul-  field's, on sale at residence.  Mi3. Forbes M. Kerby of Grand  Forks is visiting Mrs. Dr. Mathison. .  P. J. Dermody was down from  Perkins camp [Sunday. Four men  are working on tbe-claim he has  under bond.  At a meeting of the police commissioners Tuesday afternoon J .is.  Foulds resigned  as chief of polico  and D. Dodd was appointed to the  vacant.position.  T. F."Sutherland arrived in the  city Tuesday from Nelson. Mr.  Sutherland is interested in a lease  at Salmo, B. C, with D. McVicar  and Neil Falkiugham, and came  over ou a business trip.  Next Monday evening, the 18th  inst., Greenwood Miners' union  will give their ninth annual St.  Patrick's Day ball in the old M-i-  souic hall." Bush's orchestra will  be in attendance, which is an assurance of good music. Tickets  SI.50, supper extra. ���������  Fred. Simpson, the Old Man of  the Cranhrook Herald, called at  The Ledge office Tuesdoy and  ran the perfecting press for a half  an,hour or so, just to show that he  hadn't forgotten his oirly training  while serving as devil iu a country  ��������� Mr,- bimpson.  >.\  "Cariboo    Brand"  .Tape, Gutra \,  Percha  Fuse is the highest grade. ;*' ���������.  grade.     Huufcer-Kcndrick)C6."'are %'.,'  distributors,  Dr. Spankie is spending-a few'.,  days in Spokane. , ,. ^'  J. D. McCreath and Bert.1 Logart,  left last week for a three months'  trip to Eastern Canada.  "W. B. Wilcox of tlie Pnoeuix- ,  Pionesr was in the city yesterday -'  enjoying tho ?unslline.  Work has been started on the ."  streets, aud it will soon be time to '  overhaul tho back yards.  It costs S10,to view the face of  a card in ,Greenwood. Not, a bad  price for a town with the lid on!  Subject of sermon in Methodist  church Sunday evening will be;  "I believe in the Physical only."-  Jas. C. Dile went up' to  Carmi  Saturday last to commence assess- '  ment work on  his  claims, in that.  camp.  The  city   is . pretty well filled  with   delegates to the Associated,  Boards   of   Trade.    Even   editors  are not barred. ��������� ...  Sidney M. Jchnson returned this  week from Bull creek <jn the West -,  Fork, where he had been survey- .-  ing pre-emptions.  Lost   in   Greenwood,   a gentleman's gauntlet,   uhlihed. ' Finder'  will kindly leave glove, at the store  of A. Logan & Co. ' '���������  "'"vC"'''  in him from childhood, and is. James C. Dahluian, the mayor of  therefore always ready to die for Omaha, was talking about bores,  the Mikado and tho fatherland.        t used to be pestered to death by a  A country, continues the writer,  with what reason any may guess,  which has children who can write  essays worthy of a university professor, and who are imbued with  such patriotic feelings, can fight.  Try New England broad, made  only at the Greenwood B.tkciw\  Copper- St.  Betrayed by an Omelette  The French  Revolution which,  like   Saturn,    devoured    its own  children,  devoured with a special  appetite those of its sons who were  the sons also of tho nobility.   The  noblest of these,  perhaps, says T.  P's.   Weekly, was tho Marquis de  Condorcet; whom Turgotr described  as "the highest  intellectual and  moral   personality of the century.  As  he   voted   against the death  sentence- of Louis XVi.,  and in  favor of liis banishment,  he was  himself soon after condemned to  the   gillolino.     lie  lay for nine  months concealed  in the house of  Madame Vvrnot, the widow of the  sculptor,    but  finding   that 'her  sfieitcr of him imperilled her life  he stole away, and escaped so fur  at least  as   Foutcuny-aux-Ilosos,  and to tho house of his old friends,  Suardaud his wife.    While, however the heroic Madame Vurnet,  bore, ho said. My doorkeeper  was a good-natured obliging chap,  and he could never find it in his  heart to turn the bore away. Just  as suro as I was in the bore was  certain to bo admitted. One day,  after an hour's mirtyrdom at the  man's hands, I deter mined to end  that persecution. So I called my  doorkeeper and said to him mysteriously: Jim, do yo:i know  what keeps Smith coining here so  regularly? No, sir, said Jim, I  can't say I-do. Well, Jim, said.I,  I don't mind telling you in confidence-: that he's after your job.  From that day, Mtyor Dahluian  concluded, I saw no more of the  'bore.:'";:  If a woman weighs 200 pounds  and��������� ���������-���������''���������  Is worth a million she has a full  figure;  Is worth five hundred thousand  she is plump;  Is worth a thousand only, she is  fat. ______  Willie (who has rmver been in  the country.)���������Pa, .what is a farm?  Father���������A farm,my son ia a  tract of land completely sur-  rounned by-a mortgage.���������Harper's  \Vceklv.  print'shop.  -Mr* bimpson���������is here ,,,,         s J   ^ .   .  as delegate from Cranhrook to the      F,'ed   M,,n" 4,,!������ ".resigned- the" "  Associated Bo irds of Trade.    '        stewardship of the Boundary Club.  ,   ��������� m,              11-1      .        j *llld   D.   McLaren   has ' been  ai>'  A. F. Thomas and bride returned . L .                 .                       l  a     i                     t        l\   ���������         i pointed to the position.  Sunday  evening  from  their  wed- l  ding trip to  Nelson, Spokane and      Franklin Wilson, while walking  other points in  the interior.    Tbe  illto  the city .from Boundary Falls  small boys of  the city  called  on  lasfc   Thursday    evening,    saw  a  them Monday  evening.    A So bill  C0USar ROar  the  slaughter house."  stopped  the  racket, and now Mr. i,Ifc was tho second tillie ho had seen  and  Mrs. Thomas   may   be   con- iE witIlin a weck-  gratulateil _ upon    having    passed      Ifc is reported  in   tho city  that  the final and least pleasant part cf t,ie election   of   Geo.  R. Naden,  the  marriage ceremony in Green- ( niemb-Jr for Greenwood riding, has  wood. | been   protested.      It   is   not  yet  'A company is being formed in j k,,own whnt the grounds for pror  the district, to be known as the [test are> b',fc it probably is bribery  " Rock' Creek Irrigation Company. J b-v nScnis- .      .  Limited." One of the. objects f-.u- ^ crossing should be put in op-  which the company is being formed posite the govcrnmeufe building,  is to furnish water for the fruit and I There are a largo number of  agricultural lands lying along the   people  who  have  business" at tho  government ofii-je and tlie present  arrangement is an inconvenienco  to them.  Kettle river above lugrim   creek.  The scheme is to furnish  water to  those owning small holdings.    The  owners of the  land  will  have the  privilege of purchasing   sufficient  water to   irrigate   their   holdings j ncc|.a9  and   when   all   tho   land   of   the!     pt '  original company i- sold  the pur- j ���������<,<,].,!' P0  chasers will also be the sole owners '  of the block of the irrigating company.    This will give the owners  Small   boy���������Sty,     Papa,  makes   giraffes    have  such  giraffes  -God  what  long  gave    them   'long  they  could   reach   the  'leavi.s of  the   palm   which   only  'grow at the' top of the tree.  ....       ,.,,-,,. ,    Sm(l11   hoy-Well,   why   didn't  of land along the Kettle r.ver a per-   God  mak(, t|)o  manent irrigation system at a cost  Candy catches  more girls than  poetry.  for maintenance only.  Tuesday evening Fred Simpson,  of Cranhrook, Grand Master of the  Odd Fellows of British Columbia,  paid an official., visit to  Boundary-  Valley   lodge No.  33.    Although  sufficient tiotice had not been given  to lia'ye  representatives from the  other lodges of the district present,  there was a large attendance of the  resident   members   of .the   order.  After the lodge business was transacted,  supper was Fcrved  by the  members   of tho   local.' Rcbckah  lodge, and a stirring speech made  by the grand master.    He complimented  the officers oi)  their effi-  eicney,    the    excellent    financial  (Standing of ".the lodge and the personnel of tho member.*.    A mini  her  of   tho  officers   mado  short  speeches, and a vote of thanks to  the ladles for the excellent supper  prepared, closed .a very onj >yable  evening,  down ?-  leaves grow lower  -Chicago New.-.  It takes a widow ait awful lorg  timo to learn what she know before  her husband died.  A woman would be much crosser  than she is if she weren't so busy  trying to keep her husband^from'  getting cross.  When a man tries to build a  chicken house himself to save  money it is a sign that- ho is going  to bo broke for tins next three  years,  If a woman can't think of any-  thing else to be miserable about  she will go away from burnt so as  to worry over her children.  B.ibies have vcry^ Btrong consti*  tutions not to havo spasms over  every now language tho women  folk discover to talk to them.   ���������  A fiirl Heoms to have an awful  easy timo making a man think ha  wants to marry her, when she ia  the one that is doing the wanting.  S V J-    \  <s  >"\  *Jr  >..i  Jk  -.r-  ' Li**  ���������wry  'urccrtWo'oii, JVC., March H7"l00''<  A  "THE  HE^WUOUiL^DGrEl  II :  iETSiS^SSSS^^TJliESaSSISSSfk  -8-,VT^.W  Just rcreivcd -the latest and most up-to-  date   styles   in .Spring   Ready  Made  Coats and Skirts.   Our'prico values will  jbe^r tho strictest test of comparison and  (cdlP.mcnd   themselves to the most careful buyers.  Women's Goods  m&ms&^^z^^vzzs'zr^szzz  properly  scaled  and   labelled will  Men's Goods  enable any fjunily to keep in a tidy  and becoming manner- all the mortal .remains  of its members whose  spirits   have   gone   to   the  stars.  Cremation  would  ruin   the undertakers and   headstone makers, but  i when   the  human  race   are sullii-  , ciently  educated  to the pystem it  ' will be the only manner of burying  i the dead.    Iu this1 the poor, yellow  turbaned Sikhs arc   in advance of  the. mas-s of Caucasiaiis.-  At a  meeting  in   'Toronto  lnyt  week  of the Canadian Mining In-  jstitute (?) the president. Mr.Sinith,  jM.   P.  P.,   of tlie The!ford mines,  ! Quebec,   paid in his speech that he  ^T\     Tin-;  man   who makea bricks alii JUfj ways  needs  the  earth iu his bus-i-  Ts published evqry Tlmrsclay-.'it Creeii-1     "''    yrotift, Ii. C , and Hit -piice is $' a yew,!     \\'ic are out of luck.     Tho Hotel  postage free to all parts of Canada, United ! Straf hcona in   Nelson   was  sold a  States, Mexico and Great .Britain.   To  ���������jther countries  it  is sent postpaid   for  !$->.50 a year.    Address all   loUcir- to The ���������  -i,edge, Greenwood, 15. C. |  :^.T,;-LOWERY:        ;  iEDITOf? .ARO   FINANCIER.        ���������  few davs ago.  This winter Nelson, Now Denver and Victoria wore the wannest  towns in Canada.  The  i     Jin-,  more  you  give  (WeEN'WOOD,'b'.' C ," MARCH r4,.i9c>7 ! moro -V0"U wiU  ���������lulvc"     Tl,is a',')!ifc'  'also to advertising.  Ax   editor  in   NcL-'on can talk  Hiiidustanee.     Ho  wouid   be all  A WESTERN JUD3B  right to edit the  In the rush to the west this sum  mer some capitalist is liable to discover New Denver and make it f  <n-eat tourist fit v.  T.u.iviST; about Iinp"riali:-;m why  not  include  tho   United   Strftcs in  ' the scheme?     They ppcak hhifilish  over there, except, perhaps in Vermont.  ��������� "Tliptisauus of" .people in   these  t'hiils know  General Charles Warden.     He'llitted around  Kossland  ������n   the   days   when,nearly all the  .peopJ-3   walked   on   tho air in tbe  ^iron-capped    city,    and' for forty  ^ea-TO has been wedded to Butte.  '.Charley  is broad  clear   from   his  riipper stope to his pedal extremc-  (tres.       The    latter    helped   him  ,-grcartly when he was biking across ���������  ;Qeorgia assisting Sherman  to lo-,  cate  the salt water.     He fought |  ,tlie Indians in Montana during the j  ;i\n\s  when   scalps were two bits a ,  'doze:'- and helped io build Butte, ,    ^ SK..C  .wsctnnilating 8500,000 in cold yel: j mort! ���������,. Jos!S of a scoundrel. A  ���������low cash. This evidently diovc ' ni.ia wll0 is in perfect mental iiml  him insane for he wandered east to "- pliysiczil condition cannot do any  New York and fell among a band , Wl~ws and maintain his condition.  (of wolves on Wall street who coppered him and won out, the general,  hoped tho day would '���������oon tome  when Canada would have some  smrller.-i of its own so that ores  could he treated at home instead  of shipping thorn to- the United  States. If Smith had time to slip  into the boundary for a few  ruin rites his ignorance would  tlisaDpear. He could havo obtained the desired information by-  reading the' mining journals, but  perhaps he would also need a gcog-  3  away  i.ie;r,   j,.,  f()1,   p0   ul.M1y   ()[ tho������e so-  r|i|.; i:, . t      L    J ���������  called wi.se people in the cast will  pernio in thinking ' that British  Columbia is in the United States.  At Greenwood wc are jti.st nine  miles from the line, but that is far  enough to entitle us to the honor  and distinction of being in Canada.  Smith's ignorance is all the worse  ���������pi ' column  seeing that the largest smelter in  the boundary is called after a  town in his own province. Better  read Tin; Lunar-:, Smith, and allow wisdftin to fertilize the dead  spots in your upper stope.  I.v  Norway "they cure heart and j  kidnev diseases bv'the use of light ji  rays.      Over   in   America we pro- "  duce  those  troubles largely by the  use of night rays.  TALLOV/GRAPHIC NUSEf  man   i-i" nearly   always  & Kv Our Lkasico Lieu..  Xi:w Dr.NVicu, .March 14���������Henry  Stcgo will build a million dollar  hotel here this summer.  Nati;i:.u.  gas  is  going to waste  Piroicxix, March l-l���������Over 1.000  copies of Tin-: Led.ik were sold  licre today. The people cannot  live without it.  Ottawa.     March    14 ���������Duncan  'getting a Mexican standoff.    With ! "������ AJbcrta  while this winter many  - ,      r , , normlr. in tint    nn-iiiM' \v-������ro thnrt    ROSS fotlglt il duel    this afternoon  all his ijoble qualities tbe General ������ people in tliat pio.inu. v...re smut , ������������������   ���������     *���������     , -     ������������������  '- ,- tt ���������    ii    . ! of fuel       <''���������������������������'*  m:il-o������ !������. f.lwvm f.ifl . He   was  hit  in   too stomacn with  a liar.    He promised la������t sum-' 0l ,l"-'-  as  mer to come  .and buy all the boy  Was to arrive in  July  Gas   makes a cheap fuel ( ^l0  tbr.  was  bib  in  cocktails   but  will recover1.  , i !f  it i������ nrm-crlv ii'tifd into dwell-  three   cocktails   out   will re  3 over to the Boundary i u  u lb PI(>1'*-".' p.pti. lino u.\ui  ,    , . .  , " l ;������������������������ i Seagram was tho other chap,  the boys a drink.      He  mo*- a  tonishing number of old,people.  There were a dozen over a hundred  3".ears of ago and many from eighty  years old up to tho century mark,  yet straight and vigorous. One  woman'"nearly a hundred years  was earning her living by picking  hops. " Her grandchildren were  middle aged. It was quito wonderful. But there was no mystery  about il. If was merely tho effect  of a simple life spent largely iu the  lipids, with plain diet, consisting of  a few vegetables and fruits, little  meat and native bee: and wiuo for  beverages.  Nothing can be more obvious  than that the. very complexity of  our modern civilization is shortening our lives. lint of a'l the evils  that afllict us (he worst and most  destructive ace hurry and worry.  Hurry drives the body machine  befionrl its capacity, while worry  tacks it inwardly. Of the two  ���������worry is probably the worse. This  might indeed be called the ago of  worry; Because of the intense  nervous strain to which we are syr'O-  jectcd we do vastly more, worrying  than did our fathers. The average  man of today is continually surrounded and pursued by phantom  troubles, which, though few of  them ever materialize into realities,  haunt him and continually, running bis peace of mind aud injuring his health.���������Reader Magazine.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Co. announce a new feature for the  convenience of '-ccond class passengers travcliing via tho new  Empresses from St. John; on March  2Lst, April 4th, ISth; and May 2nd  tonii-t sleeper will be run from  Montreal direct to the steamer at  St. John, berth rate, $1.23. This  gives for the first time direct  through tourist sleeper service for  passengers making the Atlantic  trip. For reservations or further  particulars ��������� write, 'J. S. Carter, D.  P. A., "NVlson, B. O.  When yen want a monument or  headstone, write to' the Islootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B..'0.   "v *  ^lll!ll!!lllini!llllllllllllllllllll!llllll!lllll!lllllli!ll!l!MIII!llllll!llllll!lll!%  3- . -8  g n  \\M  UUJ  muiui  kE BUILDER I  ������1   Dealer in t " _   =  | Windows, Drrrs, ' |  | Turned-Work and |  j |Inside Finish, j  | SHINGLES, BR1CI^_ETC. 1  | IVIAiMITOBA'     . j  I Wood Fibre Plaster I  PHONE   65  The Windsor Hotel  of Grarul Forks,  B," C, caters to  miners, mechanics and smelter men  .    A. B. Sloan, Manager.  R.    ROBINSON  Is the only shoemaker in . .  America ' who obtained a  medal at the Paris Exposition in 187S for making the  Iiest shoes. Boots'-made to  order; Repairing neatly  executed. - .-_���������-���������  COPPER  STREET,  GREENWOOD  paid up CAPiTAL^.see.eeT'    :  .r RESERVE'FU'ND   7   $2,1 4 1,333; ;',  Transacts ft general banking business. . Interest  allowed on Savings Accoumts, from. "' \  .    'one dollar'upwards at '   ���������"  'current rates- ".    -/   '  OOPP-ER.ST1.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  $ 'BANK   OF   MONTREAL" \,  ���������    ESTABLISH1D ,1817.  !J������J"j PAID UP CAPIT-AL, $14.000,0'OOr . RE������T. $1 1.000,000  t'ii -      UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $159,8+1,84- '.'��������� ~        '  <Juiicr.il Hiuiki'ife' HuainesrflTranbacieil. IJiaft, issued on nil poiiiU. .mil (!oHo������*  tions miulo at lo\ve-j��������� rat.'a.  SAVING.- BAN   'DEPARTMENT   *|    W." F. ---ROCTOR,'   '.       _-'  iNTERE.vTACLOWED AT CUR RENT RATES    jtVIANAGETt GREENWOOD  BRA \Ch  'HJd^E^^asidda^fdJddl  fl  F. (VI. LAIV1B  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   3. C.  STAREEY & .CO.  NRIvSOX, B. C.'  '  ^"'    WHOLESALE  DEALERS  INJ  /  Produce   and   Provisions  lurt'.ipto;    Tl[;c  eil,:jvr;ltit>.i   to Britirfh CjI-  Drink More, Eat Less  If puople  would take Ii'ss nntri-  /tlate his  portly [orin litis not liovo'llinl);.l  u,js  year will ho (Ire gifnt-  ,witliin   sight   of   our  discernir-g \Ci>i j���������  i)ie  Ui^ovy of (ho piovincc, j tion   and  drink more water, there  .vision.     For  this  offense we Hue }.md   w0  s].0.,](j  j,ll be at (he I'ro^il   ���������-oll]d   be  less  .the" west's greates-t police inagis-  '"irate .100 drinks and sentence him  .to ten diiys in Ros-land. The  /General in his oftieial eapftciiy as  police magistrate of the "reatett  'mining camp has rendered some  ���������decisions that have caused a stir  ,&mong the sticklers for law. Here  Js his latest, rendered tlie other  day when a man was brought before jiiin for stealing a loaf of  (bread:  "In t,he days gone 'by,'' said  Judge Warren, "you would not  {.iiave'been brought before me. The  charity of the we-t was broader  jUian it ii now. The eastern ideas  ;of what justice is had not then  .reached the west. There is no  ,-Crime in a hungry man stealing a  meal when he. needs il, hut polit"  .society does not tolerate the ens-  ���������torn. The old time way of feeding  44ho hungry was a better one. Then  itivery man's jcfibin was open and  jtho latch string was never pulled  Jnside. Theiv were no locks on  .-the^dbors aud precious few key-  ,holes; if a lock was ustd at all,  jit wasa padlock, and the only ones  ���������I can rcntertiber ^ere the ones tin  'sheriff used when an attachment  .closed out some Lusiiws house.  Jn this innriner a padlock was-  jooke'd upon as a syrnbei t������f disgrace. If a nnn was hungry, Invent into a-houso and helped him-  -celf, cooked "ft me U if there wa>-  iiotbiug cooked, and, then will his  Wfty. A rule of honor wHstliat he  .Should always wash up the din lies  aiftorwi������rd) rreglect of that duty be-  dug an unpardonable sin in the  'days of the gum-buot iniueiu  -ji'ou arc discharged,"  rliematism,   gout;  door   to   shake  the hand of every.! <>f.ZOI11'a and neuralgia in the world.  The  moat frequent eases of these  derangements is an excess of nis-  iritive materials. The blood is  surcharged with salts that are not-  needed in the system.  The  doctors arc  trying to remedy these diseases by giving something  to  eliminate the salts, such  diuretics  ;ind sol-  T'.ie Vancouver water works,  owned by the city made a profit  last year of 850,000. It almost  seems incroditable that money  could be made out of water in  Vancouver.  Jr is  31   years  tjdav  since wci  - - 'as   piirgatLves.  lirst opened a pniiishop and yet we ;       ,     _,  : tional  way, however, to cure such  have   not   made a million dollars '  Kegtilar monthly meetings" of  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. &  A. II. are held on the first Thursday in each month, in Fraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. O" "\VAltUE2f W. M.  J. S. Bihxie, Secretary.  This should act as a warning to.  tho-io who contract tire new-p.ipor ;  fever iu the davs of their youth.  a'/ections    is   to stop   the  cause.  Drink   more water;  eat less meal  and    concentrated    foods.      This  Sr.vci:   Cobalt    lice urns a  camp hil!I^  ol?  t!lt;  "Pl'b"  of urates in  ibotit five inillions of dollars worth I "���������"������ .blood.  of ore has been .-hipped and eom-j TI'":-������ who take activo exerc-ise  panics floated with over two' '������> tln;opi'ii ail- cvi-ry dst3- roquiro a  bundled millions of dollars worth 'greater amount of nutrition Not  of capit.il stock. In the Sloam o������".v d������ they use up the nutritive  more tli-m U0 millions or d,.lhu> ��������� materials in muscular exercise, but  uoithofore has been shipiped, yet tbo< ainnimt of oxygen inhaled be-  uhile the  momI  Cilwlfc  acts upon  cause of iheir actiuities tliorougi.ly  11)1 .  thousands  of people like lioo;:.-rine  upon a. cowboy, the word Hocan  cannot stir even a ripple of excitement into prominence. The difference is caused by printer's ink.  I.v Montreal moil- than 'J.'iO.OOO  people are buried in the cemeteries  and to get furl her room for the  burial of the dead is becoming a  grave problem. 'Cremation is repugnant to the majority of the  people but when appreciated it is;  far more sanitary-than the placing  in the cold ground. Cremation  does away with the need of cemeteries and enables the relatives of  those departed to always keep the  ashes of thosj whose who have  passed   over   tl.e   great divide in  oxidizes the urates and changes  them iu urea. If the blood is  loaded with urates they arj very  likely to crystallize, especially in  those portions of tdn body where  the circulation is least and thetem-  peratuic is tho lowest, such as the  elbows. ankle.J, tho toes and  iinger.-i.    ;  Drink more water, eat less food.  Thf-. is a prescription that in worth  more to such people than all the  drugs in the world. Shut oft' the  koiirre of urate poi.-oiiing and the  eflVi'ts ��������� of urato poisoning will din-  disappear.  Shortening our LIvjs  Not long ago, while traveling, I  chanced to stop at a uilbge on the  About   Float  -Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing SG  illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life. It  Iclls how a gambler cash-1  in after the flash  days of  - Sandon ; how it rained in ���������  Xe\v   Denver   long   after '  Noah was dead;   how   a  parson   took   a   drink at  13car Like in early days J  how justice was  dealt  iu  Kaslo in   'iW ;   how   the  saloon man outprnyed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically     depicts    the  loamings of a western ed--  itor amongst  tho  tender-  feet in the  cent  belt.   -It  contains the early history  of Nelson and  a romance  of the Silver  King  minc.  In it   are   printed   three  western poems,   and  dozens of  article   too  numerous To mention.    Send  for one  before   it   is   too  lute.    The price is twenty-  five cents, postpaid to any   ���������  part of   the   world.    Ad-,,  dress all letters to  ��������� wV/ery  NELSON. B.'C.  CRANBROOK, D. G.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in" tlie interior a( B. C. IMail orders receive  prompt attention.;  r. A. BliNSON  -Ola Loi'STad  Kootenay ''Engineering' Works ���������  NELSON, B, C.~,   ,    '.    ..  '      '  Founde'rs,  Machinists and Iron   Workers.- Makers of'tho Crawford  -  Aerial   Tram.    Castings,   Builders'   Materials,   Mill ��������� _ :  -  ..   - and Milling.Machinery        .  P. O  BOX 493. -     B. C TRAVIS, MANAGER.  B. A. ISA\C  R. W. HINTON  <\  ENGINES:-; >'AND -CONTRACTORS:  FOUNDERS AND  MACHINISTS  Repairing- and Jobbing; executed with Despatch.  Sheet Metal U'ork," Mining aud Mill Machinery.  ��������� Manufacturers of Ore (Jars,"R.R. (Jontractoj-s' CavS  Corner of Hall and Front -treats ' '    '-  Phone 59 . N ELSON ,   B.  O. "!"��������� O*." Box 173  iSSuesiaiKfSiaasts-iiassHS^s&'J^fk  In Addition.to  o r  One of the best- appointed workmgmen's  Hotels in the City  The Finest of bars, stocked  with the best  Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars*  Lighted throughout with  electricity. Hot and cold  baths.  we stili sell all classes of  a^w,3������ws������t*3Ma<������j*#ff  Get qui* prices wlien your .house needs  furnishing*.  "S^ swiriyl-"t>,r sraa-ic^rrcnrtCTrorii  ROBERTSON ���������&  NELSON, B. 0.  Z&&&Sttu������&jr<r?i  a'4������������>iSB3tl^''Wv; .Oi������Ei������(S.S: isid  30C<SO9SCS038���������S������(S&9@CC���������C>C0Q00S30^0l39e6ISa@SS90'-'-'>r^iMt������<v<  their   Ii^uj-cj:.     A   few .smail jars' li'ver Khine, w here I found an as-  he Reception Hotel  In Camborne yives all its patrons  the imrcst.food, drink inn! ^cigars  .James Llndsley* Pjop-  RATES i  Moard and room Si per day  Strictly first-class Service  URNJSHED ROOMS  Jiy day or week ; ������2 a week  anduivat tho Comniercial  liotel, Copper street, Greenwood..    Bath [in connection.  P. POUPARD  DR. MILLOy  DENTIST  G7 'HASTINGS EAST*,  VANCOUVER  '���������^=^(5  tratlicoma  ' tel ���������  0<=S  V  Is situated on a slight eminence, just a block from tho busy  scones on Baker street, and is'within easy touch of every-   '  thing in tiic'cit}'.   From its balconies can be seen nearly  aU the grand scenery that surroundB tho beautiful  city of Nelson.     Few hotels in tho great west  -   equal  the Strathcona, and tourists^from  every land will find within its portals  all thcesscntialBithat create pleas*  itnt memories within tho  mind of thoso who  travel.  [  IB. 'TOnKINS, Hanager  \       ��������� NELSON, BEITJSIX COLt/MBrA.  <������r t*'������. ^'"^ '���������<  -  i -,,  ���������j'i.^1-'  JV^WZ^.  x^o.  ^������Lzr  'THE GKT?ENWOOb''UPn)'G'rJ.  ii    '  r  *c-xtur*z?ttmnrrr  ���������cywwaw ww-wn  ������-������JI*M������������.-k^_-r���������������>T -1  n.������5XCnae-T.s������ tOeM*  ���������**������������������  "������*-"'  4  9'  Kings Liquet* Scotch' Whiskey.  ���������'-'/ ��������� '      '_'     A' ;.   12 Years Old  ��������� -J. W. liurinesters White Port.'    ,     .  -    Jas. Eennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy., , - .  ���������GREENWOOD LIQUOR  GO.  * .. IMPORTERS;.GREENWOOD,"B, Q.  6)  'I      ���������������������������-"'''���������     -���������'��������� ;:'^"' ' -  I  |.'-  iSome-(Q6.6d;-iFIoat   .  f  ������������������fFW-Kf,^H=K Wf^f-Ff^1!5:!?^ 3=fi =F-r; "Fry-FE^-H-FR-frfi f"-fj f-f-FF Ff F-Hf-FH  ^mvsKaSSi^RKsas^^  V  $15,000' liisoraiice for' $2:  Tlie new ancUui'-tOrdtilc'Tripplp Indemnity-  Policy of the Ocean, Accident-and"Guarantee  _^. CorporatioivLtd., the"largest accident company in the world. -- Assets over- $7,000,000.  '���������RIC W. McLAINi  DISTRICT-AGENT, GRKEN'WOOD, I?'. C.  ������:~S������HSB^>B3SSMW9i8������S^^  i The Pacific-Met  I  iwrXHiuiixuac  .Is under the management of JGreiff  .->, i       .-71  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of nines, liquors  'and ciffars in the city.      *        .,   -  ���������1  The Pacific  rare .  'is conducted by Moore & McElroy.  It isjDpcn day and night,   The din-  in"'  room is one of the lai-p'oct-ln-  1 O    ,  the Boundary, and-the lunch counter-is just the place to g-et a quick   :  meal.   j Copper street, Greenwood. "  'SimiJkameen Fruit  -The -people around Keremeos  and adjacent placs in' the same  district are very enthusiastic over  fruit culture   ��������� "        '    *    ��������� ",  Peaches, apricots, pears, plums,  grapes and cherries'of the choicest  and most delicate varieties are produced i,n abundance. "Any person  wh<> has ever eaten ,any of the  appks -, grown .about Keremeos  knows that' they cannot be beaten  anywhere. All vinous..products  such '/as water mid musk melons,  equph, vegetable marrows, citron  and-oucurnbers grow to perfection.  La.st'y.oar peanuts were tried on  a sniall scale with good results and  very likely will be largely grown  here in "-the future.-" Toma'toes  were-'-simply 'immense, as great a  success'as could be wished for..  /Corn, cabbage potatoes, chrrots,  cauliflower, beets, turnips, parsnips ancl."unions, in fact all garden  stuff,' botlV Troots and -vegetables;  have done splendidh'. The young  tiees that-'were planted"tho"last  two-years, about ]5,000. in all,  have niutle very satisfactory growth  A large number of additional trees  uill.be planted" this spring. It-  seems now to "be a certainty that  this part -of the Siinilkameen.with  Keremeos as a centre, will event-  ually- become one of the most important and successful fruitgrowing districts in Canada.    -       ". >  -)  I.  8  I  IS  Is tlie best furnished hole! in the '���������onnclaiT  district.     Ir .is  heated  with  steam n~hd  lighted by eloclricity     Excellent sample ||  rooms;   The bar is alwavs abreast of tlie  <!>  M  times, aud meals are served in the ( ttfe ill!  I  I  - at any hour, day or niiHit.  Ereest X CartJar, Prop, |  Aslicroft Will Ilaoai'  As the gateway of the Cariboo,  Ashcroft is bo'i.ul to .-bare in the  prosperity of that section, and thib  is 'also true <>f that portion of Lil-  ooct district which is tributary to  that point s.v.-d the Ashcroft Journal. 1311b a������dde ftom tbe nio^ier-  ilV ib i* bound to share in asthe  supply point" of ~a large territory  devoUd bo r.iiiching and gold mining: Ashcroft will t'his 3ear lu'gin'  in earnest.'* the" development- of  natural losources which have been  . The Bear-'Hydraulic is now-sure  of a large water supply ancl as tho  preliminary'work is now accomplished, a big yardage will be washed  this season and the result will bo a,  big increase to'the aggregate output of the district. ��������� ,  Among the drifting propositions  tho Cariboo Consolidated at La  Fontaine and the Willow river  properties ,-wiJl. lie the largest producers, and -the}' are likely to be  joined later by others who are still  coping ���������\vith difficulties to development.     ;  The Thistle Hydraulic mine is a  largo proposition, a������ is also the  property flw'ned by W. C. Fry and  lately -acquired- by John llopp.  Mr. IIopp with the hydraulic layout has'securpd control and will  cu't a very prominent figure in the  Cariboo this year. And tho Wav-  e'rly mines which has now reached  the goal it has been striving for for  years, will open- the eyes of tho  mining-world-when t.he work of  piping out 'tho old channels of  Grouse creek���������uncovered last fall  ��������� is in full'swing.  Taking it aJTin all the Cariboo  will have this year one of the most  prosperous years in its hi-tory.  The additional activity which is  expected all along the line in mining will 'also stimulate every: in:  dustry in the district which will  benefit lroiu tho expenditure of  large sums of money in development and for labor to exploit that  already made available-as the ie-  sulc of tho operations of previous  yea 1 s.      .-    ., '���������   - After Jim Hill  Freight is now being hauled over  the Spokane & international-railway between "Spokane and Vahk,  on the lino of'the Crows Nest Pass  railwav. The Spokane & Inter-  national was built by T). C. Corbin,'  of Spokane, and  ib is a branch line  be made more bearable but returned as dirty a.s ever, accompanied by-a sister who inquired  .what she, was sent homo for._ The  teacher explained. Then the sis-  ter.biirst -o-i.it: Well, say, 111-2  mudder -fsays does our Roiiocomc  here tcgit smelt or to git learnt?.  This season's wall piper now iu  stock. Better values and neater  designs than over at McKac Bros,  Superior  Orcc-nwoo(l,T;."C.,"Mcti'c]i T4, 1007.  uality  Finest Flavor ,v  Absolute''Pnr ity  35  , Ail-this .r.'is .Assiirett.^  ���������y?  . E'. A. Black, Phoenix, sells"the  best in jewels, diamonds, watches  and clocks. Remember this when  you go up tho hill.  EVW. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASS.VYBK and,  *METAIJ,URCICAIv CHEMIST.  Golc^Silver Copper or Lead, eacli. ,fi oo  Gold-Silver. ...$i 50 Silvcr.Lead. .Jr.5������  Zmc. .$2.00 Gold Silver with copper 01  lead. .52.50.  -Prompt attention given lo all samples  25 "per cent,  discount upon five s.imple -  EBAKEXIST , Nl������LSO>.  P, 0. Drawer, 110S. Phone, A67  J8  BLAGK^MlXED-NATURAL'GREEfy.  Lend packct'r only/"  Highest Award St. Louis, 1904.  I  i  imEk HOTEL  Still retains its supremacy as tlu   ocst hotel in the Kootenays.  ������, Ostermoor Mattresses -   -  [Clean linen and Good Cooking '  Excellent hunting in season.    Good trout-fishing in the'Elk  river-and neighboring'streams.    Address air'-communications to  ��������� [.Thomas Crahan, Manager, Michel,"li.'C1.  fiL  s\r  Good aocommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied,.bars in the city.  Dining room ancl lunch  counter in connection.  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COPPER ST, G HERN WOOD.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  In I lie Stipi'iMiic Court of I'-riti-.H Ouliini-  liiu.   In  tin lnnttor of lliu  .'sl.itc  of  liL-njainlii   I'ci-kin-., hitc of i:i\<'i'siil������'  >lni", lliltis'i <'i)lu:iil)iii, (li-.-ci.cit:  XOTICE h \uic\i\ Khun tli-t mi tin- 3������h <l:iy  bf Jji.uii.v. 1'lUi it ������!!-, oidcrt'd Iiy ilr Ju-tic-'e  Jim-rison lli.it A  O Sutton, Ulllchl ndinli Ntra-  tor fji- the Gi.uicl ForK-. ami Gieennoori KleL--  tuul 11!-, lief, lie rtilniiiii-.ti.it r cf tlie ustnte uf  of  theC.   P. E , from which great   "?^^,iI���������l^^kI;!::^eo^!,^,^l,1,l<;:t,,l^I   .  . ' ������ I    I.vnit\  I'KRtiOX mdi-htod lo tlie said c.t;itt  iriturai rosoiirccs wiue.i n.ive tu-en   things are expected, as  it ait'ords I i-ruimud to make p.ijmcnt forthwith to tin-  fi 'i ct-c-it pvtiMir,   iipn-lf>i>tf(I       Asli-Li        r\     i>  ���������   u .���������     n .i mirlti������I_'in.tl niui u\t>iy ii^r^oti JiaviiiK- :n pos-  o.i L,rtac uxttut  neg.caui.    ami-  ti���������;   q.   p,    j{  practically another ^tioneffoct, huloHpiiB to decois <i isrequLd  COPPER ST, GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  of liquors and- cigars.  Morning , bracers and  and evening hvballs al-  waj'S within easj' reach  of (he 'barkeep."  G. k DEiPSEf prop..  0.   MUniiloUEi  ' GKAiVD FORKS     '  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Glass Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  F- p. IiIEBSCHER  MIvRCIIAXT TAILOR  5ilverton, B. C.  %  $$3>-  Mountaineer and Koots- ,  nay Standard Cigars. 5  Made by. ;  ���������    l"  ;  ''��������� !"  Is the home  for all tourists        ' " r  and millionaires visiting New  Denver." British J ..Columbia'.    '"  HENRY   STEGE, - PSOPR.1 *.  erc'ftpotiitoehh.ir'sa.-quirocl contin-   traiiseontiuental line right into the  enfal   fame   but   it N not gt-iiiMvilK   mMrl of.). J.giill's territory,  known that *hr has. ������������, yet, -m un-{     The Spokane & Intei-nut'ioiiaVk  ���������leveloped   ahility   to   gr.u\    fnufl rhi-lato.-t fia-><l Jink in tlw line-of  J. .G%MRLVlN>ate|iNDoN,b.c.'  HgifilWakkeS^^        Wanufac urins:   Jeweler  ^^^?S5^������������-'^V^,/-',K          ^~'^-<5^^/^Sr-*-./1-^, 7 vVV.s       I-A-ptrt Watchmaker arril ni.mioiiil  ���������Z0^0f%&X$Xf%T -    Setter,   Manufacturer  of   Chains,  UiJiamici  Mail 0 ders Pr mptly Att ndecl  Opposito Windsor Hotel  P    O    BOX   268  which e,-ih be beaten n<>w!ieie hi  Oiinad.i. aud th.it is on." o! the  natural advantages of the- place  which will receive attention aL Unhand.-) of capital this year.  Another teource of wealth which  will attract attention thi>s year is  the development of tier iirunense  copper oie 1,-odh'.'-. Up lli^lii.iud  valh-y .sintl along the Uwnapaite  ^)' j tin-re" are   vaM.  depo-its of cupper  'ore which is now attracting outi-ido  f  attention, two nf the largest of the  developed properties are now in the  .hands of  moneyed   men, viz., the  ; Transvaal Group, Highland Valh'\  'and  the  M.-iggie, ��������� Honapaite.  and  ! before  midsummer all indication*-  j point to the fact that .-e/er.d other.-  1 of the splendid   leads staked and  ' prospected will have changed hands  I   -Knowing all  these  things   aud  I wilh the certainty of the additional j  , prosperity  which   will-   flow  from  j the Caiiboo, people in Asjicrofb are  , looking  forward to a large growth  ���������in  population  and  wealth during  during the coming vciir.  lailwav  f'om  St.  COIU-.1   Jiehl   of   the  Paul into the  American tail-  Wiiys eonliolh'd bo J. J. ILill. The  y.io������ line is now-handling freight  from the ease right into Spokane,  and in a very short time, when the  Spokane & International is open  for p-issenger traflic, passengers  from Sr. Paul for the coast will be  handled over the entire O. P. R.  route in much less time than by  competing lines which run entirely  through American territorv.  Fir.>.t hoy���������Say, Johnny, frdid  your mother lick you for playing  hookev fi 0111 school?  First boy���������I Tow did you manage  to get out of it?  Second boy���������1 told her if she  to notify the tind.isigned fuittiuiili. IJ\er>  uieih'or or other | l'isoii liavinir nnj- f l.iim upiii  oi intcrct in the dl'tiibulion of s.iid e-tiiti!is  iwimrul liefoie the -l.'itli il.iy of llnii-h, 1937 to  send hy K'fMsteral letter ndi|iv=ied to the ti.idor-  sf!>iicd,liiiiiiiiiio mid fiddicssiind fullpiilic-iiljis  of liia crl.11111 or mtorcdt mid n statement of hi*  .ii-roiiiii,v< rdn. 1 h.v stituto:y declaration and the  niitnro of tiiL-'Lcnul} (if any) held by him  After tl.e slid l.'ith duv of M irCli, I'OT, the  ���������idinini-ttr.itdi will pi need ������itli the dlstiibnti u  (.f tliee-tale, lnvin;; locird to tho-ie t'hiin3 on'j  of ������ hich he -hall tlieii li.u e notice.  I atediit Gland For.'te, Ii. 0., 7th Kebumrv.  l'������7 A. C-.SUTTON  O.'llci.il Administrator,  .11 ' Grand Forks, Ii. C,  ADUmSTIttTOR'S iVOTICK  VULWsXfOJA'it 3J  Tlie Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, R. C., has a line oi neivc  bracers unsurpas&cd in any moiio-  lain town of t!ie Great West. A  j;la-sof aqua"p-.:ra givon free with  spirits ::ienti.������  J. S, Cameron^'n'\  Leading "Tailor of tlw  -  Kootenays.  a  In- Tin; SmiLMr: Court ov Buitish Co-  -r.uMiir\, ix Tin-; Mattuk ov Tin:  Ivst.ut. oi' Kogi:k O'Hara, i.m:  oi-- \Vi:&t������rtdgk, Bitirisn Columbia. Decha'sed.  NOTICE is heieby given that ou the  28th day of January, 1907, it was, ordered  'by Mr. Justice Morrison that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator lor the Grand  Porks and Green wood FvIcctor.il District's,  Second bov���������You hct she didn't. 'l,a "'hninistralor of the estate of Uogcr  O'llaia, deceased, intestate.  Every person indebted to the deceased  is required to make payment foi tliwith to  to the undersigned.   Every person  having in possession effects belonging to de-  lickcd   me   I'd  hollei loud enough  ceascd is reqtined forthwith to'deliver  .same over to iindcrbijrncd  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. O. ������������������- '..  Is a comfortable home for nil  who travel to that -city.  COCKLE -& PAJPWORTH.  TJRElWOflT HOUSE  Kelson. B..C, is run on the    . ;  the American and European   -I1.";  plan.   Nothing yellow.about   .     '���������  the house except the gold in  t'-c safe.  Mcvlonc   <.^ ��������� TrcglTItis  msta 1 ������nuio  NELSON EMPLOYMENT ACEHCYiWCMH  Nelson, l\ U  Mines,    Mills,    Hotels,   etc.,  furnished with help.  J. H. LOVE, AIAXAGEIt  ������Vtw������  > eeocoooa cososscsa soqz&csq seossse������ jsogssoscsjsoo������ C8^  to wake the baby.  of  111 oU Cariboo  mil  PHOENIX, B. 0.  o  (l0-  Is*"oppositG the Grc.-it Norlhorn depot,   and is   n  lig'litf'ul luivcn for llio weary travolcr.   Great veins  of hot water run   through   the entire   house',   and ^  bathrooms are always at   the service of those   in 2  search of material cleanliness.   The dining room is  an enemy to dy^pop&ia while the juristic appointment  of the liquid refreshmont 1:00m makes tho drinks tvo  down liko eating fruit in  a (lower garden.   The  sample rooms arc the largest in the mountains find  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  The ])ieliminiiry~\v^rlc on several  gold  mining  propositions   in   the  Cariboo has be<m  completed  and  dining  tho   coming  wanon,  it is  generally believed, there will bca-  very  large increase in the amount  of gold   whLh   will   bu   exported  from   the  Cariboo,  says  the AhIi-  croft    Journal.       Take   tho   big  bullion property, the Cariboo Gold  Mines, although  it will   be some  little   timo   yet before  the company's plans as regards tho placing  of water on their holdings is complete, E-till what has been <|ono and  what will be accomplished by the  early part of June will insure a, 111L,|lk,,s ������������������,,������������������ . H , to  supply .of water which will rc8i.lt|VRAXK-SpieARIKlJi ril). ^  in very large .returns. ! Jjm-.A������ W. im-ncs, I'rwidcat.  Every creditor or other peison lurving   | any claim upon or iuten-st in the di.stn-  The irrepressible iMsiy Irwin tell.-, b'"lio'! ������/ }hc ������;;tate  of deceased i^ re-  ,. i.t,i     \r       vi i'   ,     i      qmrid, bsforc the  15th d iv of March,  a little Now lorker who had a iyo;, to send by registered letter ad-  bath so seldom and wore such l<he,v,L'<110 the undersi-iicd, his name and  ,.  .        ,   ., ..   ,    .. addre'> and full .particulars of h>'s claim  dirty   Clothes    that   it    was   more or interest, and a statement of hisac-  thanthe cliildren and teacher could  L'oa,"t-VL'rifitfl b-v sUI<'l<lry <leclar.ition.  ,        ,,       , . and the nature ot  the hec-.iritv (ilam)l  stand.      bo she  was sent homo to held by hnn. j  . i ^       ��������� ���������  . |    After the r^tli day of March, 190-, the  1 adtmiii.strator will proceed with the ths-  ' tiibutioti of the estate, having regard to  ' those claims only of which he bhall then  ��������� have had notice.  I    Dated at Ur.ind Eorks, li. C��������� the 7th1  Kebrtiarv, 1937.  A. C. SHTTOX.  Official Adtniiiislratyr,  Grand 1-orks, 11. C.  Blue^Prize, Henry Vane,  Columbus and Havana Ark I  CiGARS  are I'r.ion il.ule Cigars, mti'lc by W. r.  Kilbourne 6c Co., Wiuuijiei; and sold on  the toad In- CKORGli IIDXTOX.  u���������ME HOTEL  ANACONDA ;  Is just a few 'minutes' walk from  the center of Greenwood,- aud a  I convenient place to drop iu at the  1  lend of a. walk.    Convenient to the  cMHKtauviacu  Tlie Hold Slocan  and provides  the public  EDS!  *  OARD AND  EVERAGES   ���������������������������  Dealer in Dry Goods, Gro- ^  corics, Hoots and Shoes,  etc, etc.  MINKUAI. ACT  CcrHfica'c of Iuiprovem:nts  xot:c::  Three 1'orks, II. C, is tlu leadini;  hotel of the city. .Mountain trout  yiyl gime dinners 11 .specialty.  Kooius ie.-,e:-ved by telegraph.  Huair ITivrx Prop.  mMrjaaaarTmnrm^J^juttfami  Ilr Hid -nil ������wr Miner il 011 tin. il'iplc I 1 Hi  (.in i\m 11I Mining li|\Ului if Y ile DM  net W'-in |.> nte I.-On Huh 4'inl,  nli iiu Iiiilt 11 nillj fiein Hie Jiiiciiiiitlunil  II 1111 III'V 1I1 |i,  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLO  'I'AKi:  iniriee (luif I. ,r .hit CIin-lcii I'e'i,   Klw  G .EENWOOD LOCAL NO. 31 1 '   ^Ihit'i   (.Vrr ll-ii i-    Ni     '(   |i7l.    inli-ml,  ir.  .   r    .       , ., .   ,,,.   ,        ,      ������������������      ���������        < Hl.xtV ilny-i front tlm (lulu lii'i-cul. to u-iiily  to (lie  Aleet.s lirst and third Weduesdavs of every ��������� .Mmlni; Kur. inli.-r fm-n ivt'tlil.,ntn <ii Jit������|'iv>v<---  mouth in K.glen Hall nth p ,���������.   Visiting' a'.-mr'.,/;,���������,'^.i^^'hut.u^ "luaMaK ft���������Cr'J"  Anil lni'l:n'r Inlic  n-jllei! Dial, iietlnn. ittiildr  neelliin   .')7     niii-t    lie ' ciiiiiniiineeil   In-turn  the  l<.iiitiiic������ ������f ctmli l.Vrlflli'iir.viif liiiin-iivetrn'iil  I'uloil  t.'ils  li'u. iiiiv of .Ihiiii rv. A  [>., Iik.7.  ~.(H    . ,(jU.. cu.vt'it.tis .;t:.K  Choice  Fruit  LANDS  For Sale tit Si'", #12 anfl "?irj  Vcr Acre, __  J. STEEL  NELSOM B. C  Watci'prooJF Painta. :  Coal Tar, 'P;tch,|  Crccwote, .Qihs for  Preserving Timber,-  Eooiing, Pitch  And PaiiitB.g  Nelson Coke and Gas Co. 1(0.  Pacific Coast C'rowj .  Sieds, Friiitaiid'Oriiiiiiicijtat  TreeH. ' tireeiihoiiHe ati������  Hardy Plairtd. Ilec Sil]>-  jdicH. Pcrtiliziji-H, Iinplo-  mentti.   Catalogue .Free.'  .  M, J.HENRY., ���������   '.'���������-.  v.\xcouvl-:r, B. c.    ;.  Ollicc, 3010 Wiiatuuu&ter L'uai  -'iSf^ii;  r^Ll ,'-i'V'''  S reeirvvocd; 13. C. Jiar  -.1. i ;  .. i -. i. -i,  100-7  THE GREENWOGIJ LEDGE  IT IS TO  3 ������ k  to look at our Clothing, Suits, Overcoats  and Odd Pants at 25 per cent. Discount.  Owing to late shipments we arc overstocked'on Fancy Shirts and arc selling;  same at 25 oft". These arc two lines  "Worthy of your consideration.  RLlSSELLrLAtf-GAULFIE  LIMITED.  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings  He Kqew his Wife  /Bishop Talbot, for many years  jt io "cowboy bishop" of Wyoming  A id Idaho, but now bishop of  .central Pennsylvania, often found  ^itmself faced by unusual problems  -Jn his life in the pioneer west.  Here is one of the host of amusing  " ,oaea described by him in his recently' published book of reminiscences.  At the close of one of his,raoet-  ^ngs a man who was known as  -"Colonel" said to him quietly:  jl should like to ask you a few  flueations if you do not object.  ,   I   shall   only be too glad to answer them if I can, Colonel. Please  proceed.  Well,, bishop, do you think my  .wife ia a good woman ?  One of the best I have ever  Jcaown.  ' jDo you think she is a Christian ?  j������f she is not,   I should doubt  Whether any of us should be con-  '^icLerpd.  Well, now,   do you  think   she  .will make it ?  .a chief of police.  IIow is that, Colonel ?  Do you think my wife will get  in?  ' Still determined not to appear to  .divine his meaning, the bishop  iaid: Excuse me, Colonel, but  please explain.  '' I simply mean this, Bishop:   Do  .you think that St.  Peter will let  -~������ho  old   lady   pass   through   the  pearly gates?  I have not a doubt of it, Colonel.  ���������Tl\en   you   think   that you can  . guarantee that she will get in ?  So  fur  as   my opinion is worth  Anything, .1- ronnot for a moment  /jjiiestion it.  Well,  then,  if that is po, I dn  pot think I shall be confirmed.   In  /act*  I  do   not see that I need to  .-' '^e.     You see,  Bishop,  it is just  ��������� jthis way:     If the old lady gets in  And they Jock the door against the  < pld   man   she .will   simply   raise  ���������������aiu until she gets me let in.   And  <��������� flic's sure to succeed.  ;. It   was   in  vain that the bishop  ri-ried to convince   hi in of the futil-  ���������   Jty   of  such  an   argument.    Ilis  /.faith  in  his  wife's influence was  \������oo ftrong to-be shaken by anything the  clergyman could allege.  .���������Chipngo Chronicle.  nervous,  knowing that if tho cub  was   uninjured   he   should     have  been   heard-  from   by   that time.  *.' i  More   minutes   passed   and   then  there came a frantic ringing of the  telephone bell.  Ilello, is this the city editor ?  Yes.  This is tho cub.  Yes, hurry up with the story.  My train was wrecked, but I  managed to get here by walking  four miles and I've got a line story  of the tennis tournament.  The. city editor's language  burned out the telephono wires and  the cub is a reporter no Jonger.but  has taken to bookkeeping as a  simpler and less strenuous vocation.  Absent-Minded Han  I guess I had the most absent-  minded man in the world in my  chair this morning, said a Seventeenth street barber yesterday. He  came in and sat down near the door  to wait his turn. I yelled "next"  at him two or three times when my  chair was vacant, but he was  dreaming and didn't hear-me. Fin  ally I touched him on the shoulder  and told him I was ready for him.  What do yon want me to do ? he  asked.  Why, get in the chair if you  want anything, I replied. This is  a barber shop.  Oh yes, he said, and then be got  into the chair. lie leaned back so  I let the cliair down and shaved  him. He didn't have a word to  say. When I finished him up he  got out of the chair and took the  cheek over to the cashier. He  paid and started out. When halfway through the door he stopped.  Say, he said to me, what did you  do to me ?  I shaved you, I said.  Darn the luck, he replied, I  wanted a haircut' Then he went  scowling.���������Denver Post.  The   face   of  fUtirons   used to  crack nuts on.  Soap  left to waste in dishwater-.  Cold potatoes left to sour.  Fresh   vegetables left  in  a  hot  kitchen.  \    Milk   left   standing   around in-  1 stead of being put at once on the  ice.    '  Hot things put iu the ice box.  Sour milk thrown away.   "  Soup set away covered while hot  to sour.  Carpet   brooms used   to scrub  with.  Drippings wasted.  Orange   peel   thrown   away instead  of  being dried and saved for  kindling. ��������� v  Preserves opened and forgotten.  The water in which  rice or macaroni is cooked thrown away.  Corks left out of vinegar aud molasses jugs.  .J.fii ������..ii.ri wu'i lai- -I tr���������rtn---���������... r.^i^.^.iMi.i.ft'lrtlil..iri-  rrhilTii'f, i 'inning  When relatives differ be careful  not to take sides.  ��������� To the intelligent superstition is  not religion.  A very rich widow can get very  stout without any one daring to  call her fat.  If it man did die things he tells  his.sons to do he would think he  was a milk-sop.  Most jnen have to be in love  with somebody, even if its their  own wife.  Its very improper to do any improper thing you are going to get  caught at.  A man can keep n. fair share of  his popularity by not running for  office.  THE SMOKE  From British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     VVm.   Tiet.jen  makes them in Vancou  ver,   and   Nat Darling  sells them on the road.  . When you want a monument or  eadstonc write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, 13. C.  Row to git Poor  Waste makes want. The fid-  lowing are leak holes in tho family  coffer:  Napkins used for dish towels  and dish towels for holders.  Rats have Debauch  London���������A search to ascertain  the cause of a leakage in the beer  cellar of a restaurant in Birmingham revealed that rats had gnawed  a beer duct with the apparent deliberate intention of carousing. A  number of the rodent3 were found  wallowing in a shadow flood of  beer in various stages of inebriety.  Some were helplessly drunk, others  were zigzagging about in a befuddled manner, while others were  alert, but unable to control their  legs.    None were able, to escape.  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and-le'aving  . 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.  Half the time a girl gets engaged  just for practise.  A man could be very fond of his  sister if she were somebody else'p.  . There  is money .in most any occupation exeept tho oneyoh'are in.  An honoiahle death - is better  than an  inglorious life.���������Socrates.  Abstinence is the best medicine.  ���������Tamil proverb.  Are you not accustomed to look  at home when yon abuse others ?���������  I n an t us.  He who does not advance recedes.���������Latin maxim.  Adversity has no friends.���������Tacitus." ''  Do you Appreciate ������������������.;;���������  "',,.'. ���������   .-'/,-  ;A Ciood 'Cup "of Coffee?" '  ' - If so [we can ������������������stilt your taste.  Our   ofTecs range in fir-ice from 25 cents ,  to 60 cents per pound, and we feel sure  that a trial order will no doubt give us'  YOUR   COFFEE, BUSINESS.  The Huhter-Kendrick Go,  ' LIMITED.  THE BIG STORE  >-  qMgBBBlWgRlgMia^lft^^  THE-CANADIAN* BANK  OF CD  ROE  PAII> VP CAPITA! , 910,000,01)0.       ���������  HKSKKVK KUVIi, SJS.OiiO.OOO.  B. E.  WALKER, Gen. Manager.    ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen. Man.',  FRANK   FLETCHER  PROVINCIAL, LAND SURVEYOR  KELSON. B. C.  The average- annual wage of  adult miners in Silesia, Germany,  is $245.  The southern states have 27,000  saloons, while New York has 34,-  000.  One-sixth of the land owners of  Great Britain are women.  Chicago daily receives 53,000  cans of milk, or200,000 gallons.  NOTICE.  Premier \  Hungarian  Flour  Is not a new flour on -the market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in your next order.   Sold by       t  Huntcr-Kendrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith & McEwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  (  Milling- Co'y  BRANDOX, MAN.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States;  "  '. ' .   "and England.-    ,.,"���������'    \     ".'  A General Banking Busine.-w Transacted.    Accounts may he opened by  mail with all br indies of this Bank. -      '.  Savings Bank-Department.  Deposits of SI and upwards rici-ived. and interest allowed at current-  rates.    The depositm-  is sulijcci. to no delay whatever -in  the  withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit. .  J T BEATTIS Acting Manager Greenwood Branch.  ofce  MORTGAGE SALE  Culler nnd hyvirlurof the iwwersof >nk com-  tninod In ii certain mortjr.iKe which will lie pro-  JiK-i.il ut tli ��������� tune o' Kile there will lie ofiYreilfur  M.ilu l>y public nurliuii ������t the cuurt hou<������ in tliu  city i>l Orremvoi il in BritWi Columbia un Wcd-  m-MliM', the Jlnl dm-of April. 1901. ut tliu ll'Uir of  three o'clock in tfie nfturiiuon, tic north half of  lot nu her I'.'M'J (two tlioiKuiil. three hundred  anil thirty)and i-oiit.ili>Iii|r >>y iiii-;i<iiiiuiiieiit,oiie  liiinilnd mill lifti->uvrn in-n-i iinnvor It-m ������lt-  u.ili: In flu) itoiycos Divlnlyn of Vulo JjLitrlct.  Ilriti.-ili Columbia  Dated at MUjiny, 11. (j., the 11th day of  Marun, W 7.  C. J. LEGO-AIT  Scilli-jturfor Muwij-co.  I.awon Jilnck. Midway II. C.  For teniH and e.iniJitloiis.of sulo apply to the  mortKneeu '& sulk'itur.,  e @  go������ao������so������������������ce������������o������tMa������������oe������������c^ecc������>e4r������������co������������������������9������������o������������e ������  The Cub Reporter  |Ie yvns a  "cub reporter'' on n  J3an;FranciBco newspaper, boosting  pf but- a eijjgje typek'B experience  ��������� jn journalnm, yet find with bound-  IfBB energy and pride.   One Saturday afternoon  he was detailed to  rover a tournament ji) a town sev-  f ral miles from the western metropolis.    There was but one train.  /mi<|- about an  hour after its de-  i^'irtwro word ' enmo to   the office  fbnfc it had been wrecked, and, it  >va������  bfllfcved,  several  passengers  jmd been killed.   The-pity editor  pat bade aud waited.   Jf-oiirmnn  )iab CBpapcd,' he told lire managing  pditorytfo should get a beat on the  ptory.   Many minutes pasi-cd and ������ 5������������>o������������o������o������ffi���������������Caa������ooa���������0������������������������������������������������������������������������������9S������������0������e������0���������o&������0 a  {.he  city  editor  began   to   grow %qn29QQ&mwtMi������tt\'W^^  rBrT,i.....J..u..>in.|a^ri-iTjg������T������.-jgrm^������jlj...j^1ii1a^ini^  Dealers in  Fiiresh and Ssill: |VIca*:s, pish and Potiltpy  ShopH in nearly all tho towns oi' Boundary and  Ik thk Matter ok the Estatic of  Thomas CorkhvI,, Late of EnotT,  in thk district of yai.e, ix thk  Province  of British Columbia,  M-nbk. Deceaskd.  NOTICE is hereby given that all  creditors aud others having claims against  the estate of the - said Thonies Corkill,  who died on or'about the 8th day of  August, 1906, are required on or before,  the 1st day of May. 1907, to send, post  prepaid,' or deliver to the undersigned  Administrator of the estate and effects of  the said deceased, their Christian and'  surnames, and addresses and description!:,  full particulars of their claims, statements  of their accounts, and the nature of the  securities, if any, held by (lieui. |  And further take notice, that after the  last-mentioned date, I, thejuiid Administrator, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to tbe  claims only of which I shall then have  notice, and that 1 will not be liable for  the said assets or any part thereof so distributed, to any:person or persons of  whose claims notice shall riot have been  received by me at the time of such distribution.  Dated this 26th day of February, A. D.  1907. Albert C. Cokkii.i,,  Administrator  rostodicc address, Eholt, B. C.  Greenrjuood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same 'management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and 'he bar  supplies only the best! Cornel' of Greenwood and Government streets /\\  J. W. fielson  BEALE /INVESTMENT All TRUST CO. LTD  Gi-:o. It. Nadex, Manager. "   '''  .Farm lands, timber limits, mineral cl sims. mining stocks  and hhares. ��������� City real estate bought, sold and exchanged,  all and see our list".  ijr-'-EEI.-.'-WOOD,   3!   c.  It?;  &Mti&1fcbM  Are the  Cheapest  And the Very Best  "������71  r  Your Old Stoves Taken in Excharige.  L-.  ;TE & 00.  HOUSE FUBNISHEfiS. PHONE 16  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE, sixty (60) days after  dale I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lnndu and Works for permission to purchase 240 acres, more or  less, of mountain pasture laud as follows:  Commencing at the north cast corner  of Lot 671, thence cast 60 chains to western boundary of Columbia and Western,  thence south 40 chains, thence west 60  chains, thence north 40 chains to point of  commencement.  Barbara G. Tannaiiiw,.  Dated at Midway, U. C��������� this 25th day  of February, 1907.  So������;  the Kootenay.  NOTICK  In llio milter of tho l^itiil R������i{Mrv A.ct,itr(I  In Hit! mntl<:r ��������� f tlie Tltl.i Io Loin 7B*.7������:i mid !i'8  Oi-nliii One, O.MV00S Dlvlnloi, Yulo Uirtrivt,  Urlll'liColiiiiililn.  WIIKKKASUvrtlllcAto^of illlnof tlioMuntrcn!  Si Ko.iton floppur (-oiii|������iny, buliifcrcrtlliiiiirorf  lltla No IXI'lit to the uliovo lierrdllniiiL'ulH liu-i liecn  lout or (leatro.vi'il nml ii|ij)IIl-u|Ioii lias Ijuom imide  tn mo fur 11 iliiiilluiiti! ttiurur !���������.  NuTKJE U liuri:l>y frlvc-ji ihnt a (htplicdtf: Cvr-  tlll(llllU( I Tltlo t.) UlUUllOV.' llUI'Utlltlllll. 11 til will III!  Illicit ut tliu oxpl rnllon of in-oinoiitli fnirii ilm  iliitu of tliu lli-rtt iiiicrtlon lioruof unlein In tliu  nicjintliiH! vnllil olj.'i'tlon to tuo coiitrnry la  nittdu to mu Iu vviltlnit.  ..  W. Il, KDMONI'S  ' ninrlct HcKlnlmrof TUIm.  Iam\ ItvifNfcry UOlt'n, hiimlouifX, II, 'KJirii-  nry JHlli,lw7. 41  SUBSCRIBE NOW.  COLONIST RATES  to  "   KOOTENAY  and  NORTH PACIFIC COAST   -  '       from all points  ONTARIO  QUEBEC  MARITIME PROVINCES  ST. PAUL  CHICAGO  UNITED STAEES  on sale daily till April 30th.  SEND  FOR   YOUR   FRIENDS  while the rates arc low.    Full particulars on  application  to   local  agents or write  K. .7, COVI.K, A.a.V.A.  Vancouver  J> S. C\WlTKli/l>. P. A.,  Nelson,  Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Eo-o-s  and Finest Creamery Barter  always in stock. Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Poultry   Best Qualify.  EgSESag  liwrt  &%/W% <%%/%*V%Ab ^*<tkUiy^  Kj\'- Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating  JU(   ancl Ventilation.    Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  i-i  4  1  1  1  <*.  v^.  y.  '   :t  -f~,tt*^-i.*.M.+  '^T^r^r ���������* *yj.','.*6'*^������Ta  ���������*iw4 m f*,XH%������Ml%']


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