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 Jl  iV*  T  APR 2-190?.  t  ,    REGINA JfVATGHES ', /  AT ALL PRICES.       ~.-'       '   -     '^SOEUTELY GUARANTEED-'  WATCHMAKERS. ''"'   -AND JEWELERS  "Str  J ft!-'*"'' W.  .     FRESH  CHOCOLATES  ' McCONKEY'S" CHOICE VARIETIES, X5. CENTS TO' ftj ckj.  WHITE  BROS.  DRUGGISTS.  OPTICIANS.  Vol XIII.   v:-  GJaBEN\VOOD,:B. C.,-THURSDAY, .MARCIi 2tl\s1907.  -No. .37'  The .Aidermanic Board $  >S  ssssgTS^sar//<S5Sfe ^J?^r->^5^ .;;������js������s  v - At Monday night's mot'ting of  the-dity council there were present,  '* Mayer JSuntirig and Aldermen  ."Desrosiers, Gulley, Sullivan,.Sutherland and Wood.  -   ��������� Minutes 'Of-  previous, meeting  r      wereiread and adopted. - .  COMMUNICATIONS,  ���������*"    '. From  Holmes   &   Kennedy   in  reference to their water connections  V,'  i   -   being   frozen   and   asking .fur renewal of service at tlie earliest po-  ' 8ible; convenience of con null.     Referred to waterworks committee.  A petition.from  a nunibcr inter-  -ested,    asking   for   a    sidewalk  ffiom Dead wood "street along the  "west side  of copper and from Copper up'.-Louise'to 0.' P. R.  station.'.-^.Messrs.  Jenkins and Hig-  ^gins, Iwero present and asked for a  .sidewalk aloug south Silver.   B-ith  requests   were    referred    to" the  ���������streets committee.  ,    From  Fire Chief Halletb as follows:     At 2 o'clock  a.  in., 14th  inst., the department was called to  a fire  in   the Pacific hotel.    De-  parfcrnerit responded   quickly  and  'found  kitchen  in a mass of flames  ���������and   burning   fiercely.      Flames  C*        were reaching half way  through  dining room and bar  and  eating  "their way through-tlie walls.    In a  ���������Bhort time we had fire in lower portion   of  -building  under  control.  probably 15  minuses,   but by this  itimefire had spreadin space under  'the roof aud into the rooms in sec-  <onfl  story. "  -Ittook a long time to  - -'Caotrol ���������this--section 0.5* aecounf-of,  'dense smoke and  lack of ladders  -rand appliances to tear- down plaster   and   ceiling,  but  we gained  ���������steadily - foot;  by foot  until everything was black at G:30. - Had 900  feet    of    ho=o   in   use and   Ave  streams on  the building a part of  the -time.     Then followed a state  'ment of the number  of  men en-  /gaged  and the lime  of each at the  r'fire.    The mayor complimented tiV  ���������department on  their' efficiency at  the fire.    Report received and filed  -and   accourrt   referred   to finance  -committee.  The   superintendent   of   waterworks made the following rep irt :  I beg to submit, for your consideration and  approval an estimate  of the  work   which should be un-  ���������dertaken during tiie present, year. .  Extension  in  Anaconda to supply foundry  'Mid others on Oinaln  -avenue, SG50.  Government street cxtensi< n  ���������from Wood to Ida, $375.  Meters to serve hotels and other  .largo consumers S-iOO.  Fxtcnsion from Green wo id  ���������street along gold, $125.  Flume on Lind creek to carry  (flood water over intake dam and  (thus avoid intake .and reservoir,  (receiving the silt, SI00  Total capital expenditure $1030  ���������general maintenance 6000.  Changing and deepening main at  'icorner   of   Dead wood   street and  JKiinbcrly avenue, 800.  Changing hydrants at <:oriitir>of  Silver and Greenwood,- and homr  Lake ancl Greenwood to prevent  .them freezing, 8p0.  This would make a total for  .maintenance of $710 and a total  ' -expenditure;fpr .the year of 82300.  I would also remind you (hat  during the winter the Twin creek  itnain, below reservoir and tho city  iliall valves has frozin, but at wjiat  .point has not been determined, but  .it is evident that owing to the  limited circulation ,in this system  it should be covered' to a greater  ���������depth and also provided with a  'bleeder in the ilume west of Cop-  The .original plans.for reservoir  on Providence creek provided for a  capacity.of one, half that on Lind  creek, or more than a day's flow  of Providence creek, with the idea  of enlarging it if it\ were ever necessary to pump from Boundary  creek, but as we now have between 3<JD,()00 and 400.000 gallons  per day, aiid the council'has decided to gradually install.meters,  [ am of the opinion that the day of  pumping is some distance in the  future.,- or "until our population is  at least doubled, and until that  time anivesT-beliese the capacity  as planned is sufficient, and -within  reasonable time our population  doubles we will be much more able  to hear the additional cojt.  Y<>iirs respectively  Sidney M. Johxsojj  Report referred  to" watetworks  committee to make an estimate of  tlie cost of improvements recommended.  Finance committee/ reported~fav-  orably on following accounts which  were ordered paid:  Greenwood City Waterworks Co.$ 133.25  E. W. Bishop.' :'.      16.50  Steam laundry        1.30  B. C. Times  .-<T      41.50  Eire department         92.00  - Mayor rep������n-ed that a dead horse  hid been buried iu the bed of Providence creek above- tlie reservoir,  and as soon as he had been informed of this Providence creek  water had been shut, off until the  night., ofjjjns fire, when lie ordeivd  it turned on again." Men are now  removing tlie animal. __  ��������� Alderman Sutherland reported  that die and Aid. Desrosiers had  consulted with a committee from  tlie fire brigade, and would rccotiv*  mend, that 'the necessary equipment .be purchased. The mayor  al-o fayored the purchase of ad  (litiontil equipment for tie* lire department.  Referred back to fire and light  committee  for an   estimate of the  CO'-t.  Ald.;rman Sutherland also reported that the new lire alarm system would be installed iu a couple  of weeks  The fire chief- slated that, it  would be neee~siry to raiMi lull a  couple of feet in order to work  striker successfully. Referred 10  fire find light committee.  Alderman Wood reported on  health. Efforts will be made to  lwrve a more" sanitary system for  the disposal of slopj from re->i.mr-  'ants enforced.  -  A motion wits passed requesting  the superintendent of waterworks  to furnish complete .phns of the  city water-work".  Water -rate hjl.iw was dually  passed.  Tempon-ry loan -"bylaw was read  a first, second and third time.  Council adjourned  President of. Miners Union  t 1 *  Speaks Plainly,  ABOUT READING EOOM  Believes That Council Should Con;  -, - tribute Something Towards  Jts Support  To the Editor of The Ledge  .Dear Sir���������In your issue dated  March 7th you stated that the city  council had stopped the donation  of 815 perjiiotith to tbe free reading room.  -This -is quite true, but for the.  benefit of tbe reading public, I  think I will throw some light on  the matter.  The free reading room was first-  started in Greenwood by ladies of  the W. C. T. TJ. and was supported  at first entirely by popular subscription. Later a grant of $15  per mouth was obtained from the  city council and this grant held  good till the last election of city  officials, when the W. C. T. if.,  disbanded and the reading room  assumed the propo-iionsof a white  elephant on the hands of the com-  .jrer street.  Jas McGregor, mine inspector,  was in the city last week ami  visited the mines of Phoenix and  Dead wood camps.  The, latest assays from the Duncan mine, at Beaverdell gave 8202  and SI7-1 in -silver. Theso assays  were from heavy zinc ore.  At the annual meeting of the  Canadian Mining Institute, held  iu Toronto, Frederic Keffor, con-  sulting.engineer for the B. C. .Copper company, was elected president.  The Boundary .Crock Times appeared last week 11s a ,?.-cpluiiiii, 4-  page paper, (tho saino foi;m as the  Ledge.' ' Wo congratulate the  management ou its improved appearance,  mittec, iu whioh the city council  was represented.' They requested  the Miners' Union to take over the  fixtures of the city re tiling room,  as they, the,Miiiers' Union, were  running a yer, suecer-sful reading  room on their own account. When  the present council was. clect'-d'and  was requested by the union to con-  tinue^the usual grant, (hey asked  for a committee to-be appointed by  the union to niee't a committee from  the city council a,vA discuss tbe  manner in which the reading 100m  was conducted:'  ���������  Mayor  Bunting   Aldermen Gulley and Wood represented   the eity  city  council,   and, R.   RiwIuiepu.,  T. tGould,  C. A. Phillips and my-'  self represented the union..   After  consideiable     di-eus.-dou      M-ryoi  Hunting said that   he wanted to do  what  was right; Alderm-n Gulley-  said   he   knew that  in rhe pa-f t!i<-  money had been well .'-pent, though  neither  he  nor any ni"inb-r of the  cminiitti-c   had vi-ited the reading  room,   or inspected its stock of lit-  eratuie;   Alderman   Wood did not  state 1iis view of the question, but  said   he thought we had better lay  the res dtof the meeting before the  union.      That,   Mr.   Editor, is the  stamp of men trie intelligent voters  of Greenwood elect to handle their,  public affairs.     Is it because the  city councilors have been lending a  ready  ear   to   seveial varieties of  knockers,      the      donation -   was  stopped.  Knocker No. 1 -is a parson, who  objects to the present reading room  because the, Socialists have their  literature there, ami who tried to  start a combined reading room and  gymnasium. Socialist papers on  the tables, to that I pleatl guilty,  no parson can do my thinking or  dictate what 1 shall read, that is  also the sentiments of others.  Theie are two capitalist papers in  the,reading room >to every one Socialist paper, also several religious  p.-ipurs .(though I admit tho latter  are seldom read) and if the parson  could see none, but Socialist p-ipets  on (he tables, he should consult an  oculist as bis views are sadly restricted. Another objection urged  against itho 'reading room is that  itisalwaiH filled with union men,  and why .not ? Is it a disgrace to  be a union man ? If so, then I am  disgraced and bopo'I may never  outlive it.  The   object   in    maintaining   a  reading room is to.provide a place  where men who live in hotels can  spend a few hour's '.injstudy or recreation apart froln theidemoralizing  influence of saloons'^and gambling  tables,.and   thernicn-beneiittccl are  the employees'in the,'mines, smelt-  eis,  and  stores,-'as' these men almost, all  belong to "unions.    That  objection  is -groundless.     My advice to all those-who,object to the  present  reading room because Socialism' is discussed,there, is to apply for Dr. Osier's old'age pension,  as "Socialism is the absorbing topic  all over the "world today.  - Now,"Mr.-Editor, if-I havi been  rightly! 'informed,   the city council  voted $100 to tbe board of trade to  defray the expenses of ,t!ieir smoker.  In,   mentioning .tin's". I   am   not  knocking the board of trade, as the  boys,- (including, myself)   had a  good "time, 'and  aided the church  members in  thcii^ applause  when  the Lord's Day-Act wa'sdenouueed,  the  point  I' want  to bring out is  this,   the city  council handles the  public money.    The board of trade  is not a public  institution, as they  require   an   initiation   fee,   if the  hoard  of'trade  can  get a rakeoff  from the city treasury to pay for a  smoker,   theri the churches are entitled to the same privilege for their  socials,  and so are the unions and  fraternal  lodges.     Now, Mr. Editor, if the city council and the parsons of Greenwood  are as anxious  as  they claim to benefit the homeless yoiiflg  men, they must prove  it by  taking a  better stand than  "���������topping ths allowance to the reading room.  . In closing I will state  that trie  Miners'Union   have,  run  the only  succe.������.sfur'''?Vadiiig room  iu   Greenwood,   and   will continue  to run it free to the public wh'ither  assisted by the city council or not.  Fk.vxk Sot el  Ch-.iirm.iu Eltieatiou Oom.  Union No. '22. W. F. M.  LORD'S-DAY ACT  Associated Boards Discuss  A    - Question.  SPEAKERS    MODERATE  I   ���������   Of Local Interest-': v jf,  A Majority  of Delegates Opposed  ���������to,Strict Enforcement .  of the' Act.  The  Miner.-*  St. Patric/.'s Ball  members    of   Greenwood'  i'iiion.   No. 22, \V. J?. M.  held   their   ninth  annual.St. Patrick's   day  'ball    M mday evening  la-t.      The   old 'Misonic hall was.  tastefully     de.-orated.     the    Irish,  emblem, of course, predominating.  Nearly    one    hundred   couples  weie   present.      Bush's orchestra  furnished  the  music.     All   thoroughly  enjoyed   the dance, which  broke  up  about four in the itiorn-  i il f.  l"o- ������  The local Rebekah lodge furnished the supper, and the committee in charge of the ball wish to  express their thanks to the ladies  of that organization for tho excellent supper provided-  The committee in charge of the  arrangements were K. Riwlinson,  W. Embree, Dan McGillis. Ribr.  Little, and llobt. Ilalerow, with  Frank Steel as seeretarv.  Thtirrday- evening of last week  the Associated Boards of- Trade  took ,up the disctisssion of the  Cord's,Day Act and the effect of  its enforcement on the mining  camps of-the West.  -The churches of the city were,  represented with the exception of  tho English Church.  Rev: H. tf. Hastings as local secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance,  addressed the delegates, as also'did  the Rev. Father Ilartmaun of the  Roman Catholic Church. The latter gentleman, perhaps, struck the  keynote of the question as it effects  tlie mining camps of this province,  when he asked tbe delegates to "be  fair." That is all'the west wants  is a fail deal. Conditions here are  not the same as in in -the Eist.  The unmarried man in the West  cr.i live comfortably on S3 or Si a  day and work only six days per  week. Tho married man with-a  family cannot,making]illowanccjor  i-ickucss in his family. The nccess-  arie- of life have increased fiom 15  to 25 per cent, iu Greenwood in the.  past four, years. _Ttiere has" not  been a  corresponding  increase in  The Pacific  E. A. Lilly, of Calgary, arrived  in the city Sunday evening and on  Monday"inspected tho Pacific hotel  and adjusted-the losses.  Yesterday Greig & Morrison  opened t-eir bar. '"Work will be  commenced wn the building, next  week, and it is expected the hotel  will bo reopened about tin/first of  May.       ,V  The loss to Greig and Morrison  will bo about $3,000, and Moore &  McElroy, who conducted the ros-  tiinmt, will bo lo?ers to the extent  of about ?80G. Mr. Moore will  again have charge of the restaur-  assoon iiH'lhe building is ready for  occupation. Mr. McElroy lias  gone to Phoenix,, and has purchased it lie Greenwood Phoenix  stage line.  The discussion'was opened by G.  O. Buchanan, ^president of the  Associated Boards, who was strong--'  Jy iu favor of the principal of the  act. Though moderate iu liis  speech, Mr. Buchanan left no  doubts a p. the minds of his hearers  assto his stand on the,question and  advocated the enforcement of the  act.  Mr. M.' A. White.sjMo of Greenwood, although favoring a day. of  rest for all, pointed out that at  times iu mining camps great loss  would result from the enforcement  of the.act.  Mr. F. E. Simpson of Cranhrook,  was emphatically opposed to the  coercive principle of tho act. lie  thought it unfair for the east to  dictate the manner in which the  west should observe the d iy.  Mv. YV. G. Gaunccof Greenwood  could not vote on the question as  he had not received instructions  from his board of trade, btlfis was iu  favor-of a Sunday  observance.  Mr. R. R. Medley of Nelson, op-,  posed the observance of-the act on  the grounds that it would seriously  hadicap the mining  industry,  and  iKce.-sitate an increase in the wages  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-  Flood block.  J. R. Jackson, of Midway, was  in the'eity Tuesday.  Household effects at J. J. Caul-  field's, on sale at residence.  R. P. Williams ���������of Rosslaud was  in the city for a few Says this  week.  The delegates to the associated  boards of trade left on Friday afternoon's.train.  Born���������On Saturday, IGth March,  to Mr-and Mrs! J������s. Wilmshurst,"  of Anaconda, a son.  A. M. Whiteside left Friday last  for Victoria ou legal business, lie  will return the end of this week.  Smith Curtis of Rossland, defeated candidate in the Similka-  raeen at.the. last election, was in  the city this week.  R. T. Lowery went to Nelson  Monday and intends to take a trip  through the Slocan before returning to Greenwood.  On March 16th, a marriage  license was issued at the government office to Divid Cock and  Aunie Roscardp of Djadwood.  Ross Can- arrived in the city  this week to enfctr into partnership  with Geo. Thompson in the paint,  paper-hanging and decorating business.  Thompson & Carr are at present  painting the machinery and power  house of the Greenwood City  Waterworks Co., below iBouudary  Falls. " -      - -    ��������� -  G. -IT. Barnhart, formerly superintendent of the Yruir mines,  near Ymir, is in the city consulting  with mine,and smelter managers of  ���������the camp.  "T. F. Sutherland intends to go  north Monday next. He will have  charge of development work on the  Telfjua Mining company's proper-  tics this season.  Wires arc -being strung for the  new lire alarm system. The system is being installed for tho city  by E. G. Warren and wiil be in operation in couple of weeks."  "We'ro hero v because .we're  here." This is not at all humorous. It'Camo frcm Rossland with  the Associated,boards of trade delegates. It took po?sessiou of the  city, attacked "the business men,  invatcd the hotels, and, well, it  didn't do a thing to the newspapers, both being a few minutes  late -last week.     If   the Rossland  Bridge  and   "500" seoie card-1  Homcthing now, at McH te Bros.  of the workers. Tho average  mines of the Boundary 'and Koot-  ony were at present making a small  profit, bhould anything occur to  increase the test of mining and  smelting in many cases this profit  would be turned into a loss. He  hoped that tho act would not be  strictly enforced in tbe mining sections of .British Columbia.  Mr. A.. B. \V. Hodges of the  Granby Company was asked to express, an opinion on the question.  Ho said that, the enfoicement of  the aet.uiighl;, and possibly would  at times result in great, injury to  the smelters of the district. While  the mine mam:ger.s could as a rule  nuke arrangements to supply the  smelteis with ore, accidents might  happen, a train wreck ordiflicultics  ata mine would sometimes nccessi-  (Cpncltided on Pago I.)  delegates over again attempt such J necessary, and a verdict was found  an outrage on Greenwood there'll  be a lynV.hing bee. It is even reported  that, one of the city choirs  to that effect.  Work has beon started installinsr  the electric unachineny on the Mor-  at practice   unconsciously   broke een tin IDoadwnod camp.   Tho hoist  into  "We're here bee wise we'ie  here."  F. M. Elkins returned Monday  from 'a bu-iness trip -to Rossland  and points alongrthe Columbia aud  Western railway. lie spent a  couple of days at Westly, a point  about four miles from Ca������tlegnr,  where tlie Yale-Columbia Lumber  Co. has a sawmill. At Westly he  met a number.ofold Grecnwood-  ltes, among them Gus Luff, who is  superintendent-for the company at  that point; Jas. II. FI lis,-accountant, and A. G. iD.ivis, outside foreman. There are 23 whites and ,V2  Hindus working at the mill which  has a crpacity of 45.000:feot(per  day.. The C. P. &. is building an,  engine house and other buildings  at Faron, to replace (hose burned  hist summer. Mr. Elkins reports  increased activity in mining at;  Rowland, aud says it is almost impossible to procure ' War Eagle  stock in that oily.  will be 20 horsepower and .the  motor 23 horsepower. It will tako  about a month to install the machinery ,whcn development will be  resumed rinder.the supgriutcudengo  of Al. Morrison.  J. W. Cockle, the weiTkn'wn  entomologist of Kaslo, was a delegate from that city to the associated  boards of trade. When requested  by a Ledge representative not to  discover any new species.trf btigpfiu  the Greenwood'hotels, heboiduoed  a bottle -containing two specimens  whioh lib idisGoverod in Greenwood. '  1.) Whiteside, of '.Grand Korku,  came over Tuesday ito-defend.tho  Boundary iCknb ngaiuBt a.cbarge  of selling liquor without a lieeiide.  No iino \\11s imposed, itho police  magistrate -stating that ihe would  hand the evidence to thcmuard.tfl"  license icomuiisBioiiora, /and they  could make what reprosenlatioinr  they uialicd.to tliejjoioimwcul.  -:,?  "Cariboo   Brand"   Tape Gutta  Percha Fuse w the highest grade.  '  grade.     IIuliter-Kondrick. Co. are' ���������  distributors. , -   -  . The compressor will ���������feg-iin be  started at the Providence mine today and development'resumed.  Arthur Christiaiisoa,  n nephew'  of "Mark Christiansen,-aged 10,'died -  at Boundary Falls Tuesday, March  12,  and  was buried in tho'Greenwood cemetery on the Eoth.'  Fred Munn and family left Tuesday morning for Ely, -Nevada. "  Mr. Munn "inten'ds to prospect in  the vicinity of Ely during the summer and may possibly come north  in the fall.  A. W. Cleveland, of Sberbrooke,  Que., isiu the city superintending  tho placing of the  Pro.vidence machinery,     lie is also looking over ���������  the machinery of the Emma niino-  in Summit camp.  Thos. Walsh, of the Kootenay  hotel returned 'this wedk otter, a  month spent at Halcyon, hot  springs, much improved in healtii,  and bubbling over with new stories,  good, bad and indifferent.    " \  There is now direct stage connections between Oroville, Wash., and"  Peniicton, B. C, the charges being -  $G.    This will be a-convenience for  persons in the Boundary who w'ish  to visit the upper Okauagaoi.  M.  M.  Johnson, consulting engineer   for   the   Dominion Copper  Co.',  arrived  in   the city Tuesday.  Mr.   Jdhnson 'wass-eocently in Cobalt and  was favorably impressed    '  with some of the properties there.  Jas. Gorman, of Colfax,   Wash.,  managing   director   of the. Greenwood   Tremont mines,  Ltd., arrived in the city yesterday-to look  over trie properties of the company,  and will leave for the south today.  The Presbyterians of  Midway,  will give a concert and social tomorrow, Friday evening. A musical program will be provided and  refreshments reived after.     Ad-  mission-oO cents, children 25 cents.  There will be a meeting on Tuesday evening at S o'clock for the  purpose of organizing a   baseball  club.     All  interested in (he-sport  are requested 'to 1)6 present.    The  meeting -will  be held .in  the fire  ball-.  The infant child o'f Fred Roberts  died Thursday from' pneumonia.  Coroner Black held an inquest Friday, which', from the doctor's evidence,  proved  to have been  un-  ,  ������     -s,  l,��������� '��������� "-.  -' ; .    1  V .   1  - -t'  ,       '"-  r.'"','rl|  A-- ^ ���������  lioer-'j^w,  /Greenwood, 13. C,-iiJ������n.'h ''il, lfn'������7.  .T-lll'l <������J-KG\T\VOO;) -TVE'I^'P] -  v  v'C\  |!      v  ��������������� ,/j y?n'X&  g  3 Egiaaa������&m3.B������B^^  JugL rcroked jh'e latest and -most up-to-  'ditte styles"hi Spring .Ready Made  .Coats unci Skirls. Our price vtiiues will  bear tho strictest test of comparison antf  comrneiKl themselves to the nios.' cv.w-  lul buyers.  ���������j*o*������r*e������  CA-UUS ���������&t������^v1nrauv^>^nJwcuh  Women's Goods  Men's Goods  Sgasis^s  3  writer?  of  that style of enterlain-  ment.     This  merry concoclion of  fun,   music and amusing fiivolty,  was   greeted   with     warm   praise  wherever  presented last season, iis  ���������Uhe jolliest,   cleanest  and liveliest  I uf comedies  seen  in   the.  musical  I world, a constant creator of laugh-  I '  iter,   that   is   simply   irresi-table.  I The 'comedy  appeals to all that is  1 refined;    tho  book   is not  of the  ifoiced   kind,   while   the,   musical  ; numbers   arc  all  of  the   jiuglinn  , whittling   oider.     The  company  J presenting  "My   Wife's  Family''  ' was selected for  each person's nat-  ! ural ability  to assume the, various  j characters assigned   to them, with  i-the  result one  of the best drilled  *j-^'.jarLJtti  The .Canadian Pacific .Railway  Co. announce a new foaturc for the  convenience of second class t passengers travelling via the new  Empresses from St. John; on 3Iiiiv.h  21st.;--April 4th, lSth, and May "2nd'  tourist sleeper will be run from  Montreal direct to the steamer at  St. John,-berth rate, $1.25. -This  gives for the first time direct  through tourist sleeper service, for  passengers making tbe Atlantic  trip. For reservations or further  particulars write ,T. S. Carter, D.  P. A., NulsonrB. C.  "  THE LEDGE   _r=r-           -[organizations   on   the road today.  The conclusion forced on the mind j clever ' comedians,    pretty   girls,  of  tbe ordinary citizen is that- it is' and   a whole  ensemble well  nigh  l, pnlmVaeu even- TumstlaVat Green-   hi������h linu; for P*"���������'"-'"' t0 sttT !������ ! perfect  in every  detail.    The cos-  vutii, B.';C, ami tlie price is .s; a year, -!lM^   ,1(,t'  01ll.V   Pufc   a ?k)P to tlu'sf' j turning, electrical and stage effects  "postage free to all parts of pniailn, United ! proceedings,   but   place  the future ��������� iiro    correct    in      every    detail,  ���������folates, Mexico and Great Britain,   To. business  of life insurance on a fair j The  engagement of  "My  Wife's  1 Famil}'"' should prove to be an ar-  ��������� ithei- onuritries it is sent postpaid   for   commercial basis  "J'.50 a year.   Aililisf.s all  letters to The ' .   ),filgo, Grei-nwcod. Ii. C.    '- I  tistic and financial success.  I  ,R-. T. LOWF.RY,        i  L'DlTOR   AND   .FINANCIER.        !  I  ORKIiNWOOD, Ii. C , .MARCH 21, 1907 '  J TALLOWGRAPHIC NUSE������  1 BV OVR.  kEASHD   I.IHR. (  New Milling Department  Hon. Mr.   Templeman has given  notice of a bill to create a separate  The  Loxdox, March 21.-Beer is be- ; fcilerftl ^'P^'^nent of mines  'ing freely drunk in the city today. | milies  braiich  is  ,unv  ,lndcr Dr  1        . j llaancl in connection with the gc->-  .1  I Eqiutoi:, March 21.-���������The sun ' logical survey, and I he creation of  Tin:  sun"crossed the line today, i caused some disturbance today but a   separate   department   under   a  j got across the line safely. \ minister and deputy minister will  .IIavi: you  planted  your  apple1.     ' ; facilitate and  enlarge ttie general  .'"������*/ 'U '1       ' !     Xl'w   YoilK>   >[!lI'';n  21.���������Billy 1 C(illc.lti011ill  am] supervisory work  A  gri>.t calm generally follows j Honr3t   wiM   uot   start a paper iu   of ti,e fudera! government in regard  a g're^t storm  In price lumber is steadily chas-  }wi the red metal.  Greenwood this summer.  f  Liberal-Socialist Combine  The stormv heights  of fame are  to mines, as the same manner as  j fisheries and agriculture are now  i administered    without   conflicting  Trie  M. LAMB   .  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C;  A    ���������  Regular" monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge, No. 2S, A. F. &  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in each month, in Fraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  . E. a.  W.VRRRJf \\. iM.  -   J. S. Birnie, Secretary.  THE SMOKE  From British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  When yen want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble. Works, Nelson, B. C.   '���������  *'  H. BUNTING  I CONTRACTOR  1   : AND BUILDER j  ������  Dealer in ' |j  I WirdoWs, Dots, ' J  I Turned, Work-and j  1 (Inside Finish, f  I SHINGLES, BRICK, ETC. 1  I MANITOBA ������  I Wood Fibre Plaster 1  BANK OF BRITISH NURTH AMERICA  PAID UP CAPITAL,'$4,866,667T  RESERVE FUND- -  $2,14 1,333'  Transacts a general-banking business.   Interest  allowed .on Sayings Accoumts, from -.  one dollar ��������� upwards at,  current rates    ��������� '.    '.  PHONE   65  %e  The Windsor Hold  of Grand Forks, B,  C.I caters to  miners, mechanics aud smelter men  A. B. Sloan, Manager.  i - COPPER ST.  GREENWOOD, B: C  r:r  ft  >  feiaa.  BANK' OF.' MONTREAL '  c' ' ESTABLISHED   1017.  PAID   UP   CAPI TAL, $-J4.'000,00D. '������t-3-;,   ;11~000,000  UNDIVIDED P ROFITS, S159;'S4I  34      .-    ���������  Qhmer.il Kuukliig Uusinedjilranbiicied.    I)r.ilta ii-med dm nil puinfo.    nil Collee.   j������  Mono Hindu ut lowe.t rut a.  SAVING/ BAN     Ct PARr..:������N r   )    W. F. '��������� XO :TOR,-  MTEREjjT ALLOWED ATCuRRENT RATiCS    J ?.1AMAGEn GRE.   NWOOD  BRA'vCh  -^mffi^^si-iffln-gMim&asi i  ���������i..  seen all over .British Co-  o-.nl at I'j-isv street.  t * ,  S'rA(";>'.\T[ONi  is  (lciitl),  hut   too  inlic-li activitv is also ;vn evil.  made gloomy   hv   the hkUiofs  of'with provincial  jiii-i������ilictioii.  ,������������������ erciition  ot  not   mean   the   addition of a new  ,    .,    , .     , ,.���������,,,,������������������   ��������� w1    ,,,���������, .- |,��������������������������� creation  of  the   (lop.irtnienb does  'A   h.vki)  trail  does  not suwavs  statesmen   and   other's   who liave( ^  reached   them.     It was the proud i  , boast of J. A. Mac-donald, W. W. j m\���������ler U) tlie  cllhinoA> but itH iul  B. Mcliuics.-onc known as the bov i  ministr-ation   will   be  assigned   to  orator,  ami the rest of the Liberal .one   of   tl,c   P1'escilfc  '^"^ters by  SoMimMh,  it  Hikes a wise pros-: speakers   dnring. the   recent pro-! ^   of   tho governor in coiindl.  'vincial campaign  that they would  Ifc 1S  "rtoivtood  Ur. remplemai.  1 have   no   alliance with the Social-   wi!1 bo  P,acei1 in charS������ of thc tk>-  .l.N-tbe days of prosperity be w.se,^^  aml   jJcrI1Ilcs inclu(lcd in his   P**"���������*  ������'hieh will comprise two  :.d pile some money in th������ bank.     doilunciiltioil   110t  onlv Uie SocJftI. I branches,    geological   and, mines,  i over  each of which there will be a  pec-tor to tell his own stakes.  I.v   ISO I-  .cipper   was o5 cents.  i director and   a    deputy   minister  it.  L'ho war had something to do with  <'������h������b' alliance with  the Socialists  was one  of their cheif opposition i0%"' uul '  shibboleths.       Rather   than  have |    In   the proviucej. of-Mnnitoba,  Saskatchewan  a'nd  Alberta and in  the territories the  Dominion owns  I3v  each   man   doing  his share  fii-eenwooil  will soon   become,   if;  int a second, at lest, a third Butte.  such an alliance, the Liberals prom-1  ised if they could   not carry on the >  ��������� government    without  combining  Axticii'.vtion  is still often bet-: with the Socialists to appeal to the  crown  mining  >.m-  than  rauli7.il.ioii  *:ii,lu:l   by   pork   and   beans  mikes   many  ,11    prospector   lind  'erivat mines.  lands   and  enacts  laws   and  regulations.     In  other  While  Mr.Mae(lonuId:l,rovinces   th,,ro   wiH   be il  lil,������e  scope for the. federal department in  J r is evident rh it the C >x family  iii-'e  doing well out of thc Canada  "Life.    Jn addition to large salaries  paid to all its  members, thc report  '-hows that several  subsidiay'oin-  'p-mies 'in   which Mr. Cox is interested and in which he is really tlie  'company,    carry    on   business by  'means of money borrowed from the  "Canada   Life.     Thc poliey holders  of  the   Canada   Life  have  really  'supplied  the capital that lias eu-  Viched   Mr.   Cox  and  all his relations.  It is evident that conditions  which 'permit such proceedings to  be   conducted    without   violating  the law, are  unjust to those whose  'money   is  used' in the in-inner described.      A   vast 'amount   is  at  '.-take,    the    total   life   insurance  'policies in force in  Canada at pres-  i;nt beiog six hundred millions, of  "which   the Canada   Life  has  one  Jiuiidred  millions.      Ilitherto   the  'managers of "these conip.inies have  lieiiii  allowed  a froe'liand.    Thry  have levied  such  rates for insurance   as   they deemed   advisable,  :   jvithoi.it interference or supervision  by   parliament.       The   result   is  shown in tlie report now placed bc-  -fore  the .House:    A" the company  iiiftiiilgofs 'have grown rich, .whilM  the Cox' family have become millionaires,   /f he. plain    conclusion  I'videiit. from .these, facts   is that,  'tl.ey have been'collectiiig too much  nroriey 'from   their pblicy holders.  Ily levying high   premiuiiis  they  .''(���������cumulate a large surplus,  and  with  this money tlrey  puy tliem-  ���������VlvuH eiiorji'iou's salaries, and then  !-iai-'t   Vimii'erotiH other   companies  'yitli   money   borrowed   /nun   the  .Viii-jiliiH ' of   tlie . "TiiHiinnicc!   coin-  !*i.iiii.i's' 'r.'oi������ti-yJit.Ml   by tlicin--e!vi'S.  It-is hope, i country,  ��������� ],.,)��������������������������� -was  denouncing  the  Socialists he  '   ��������� ���������    ,   . , P���������    ,,, .,..   connection with  explosions, publi  had  two  members of the Socialist l ' J  , ,     ,       ���������   ������������������   ) ���������i:���������   !,,-,.  cation .of accurate information re  parly as leaders in conducting ms j  campaign in this riding.    This did [ Sa*'di������g   milic,';i1  ���������������������������*> ���������^  not look as  though Mr. Macdonald  h"'Sic;i1 >'"vestigation, etc  lnnibia.  Wm.  Tietjen  makes them in  Vancou-  ��������� ver,   ancl  Nat  JJai'iing'  sells them  on the road.  -  ^  The output of the mines of Canada, is now about $75,000,000 and  the possibilities of future developments are so great that it is not  unreasonable to expect that Canada  will  take  rank  as one of the  or    three    leading  oountries of the world.  was sincere in hid-antagonism to  Socialism and Socialists. On  Wednesday in (he legislature the  house was in committee of the  whole on bills to amend the Interpretation  act   and  the  Assess-1  menl act of 1S9:} .    What would jfcw0    01*    t"rco    ltaM,inS    U������U������?S  have proven a rather uninteresting j  session   was   nv-ide spirited   by  a'  lively   debate   over  the  proposed i  amendments to thc assessment hi  moved   by   Oliver,  irawthornthwaite,   with  a view to j  , ���������       ,, ��������� t      ;:,.   ���������.,   ... ..ii  the witicst of a committee of mine  decreasing the taxation  on  small l **>  i owners and  snrelterineii   who  recently  held  a  meeting  at Xclson  Vote on New Act  A   vote is being taken at the St.  THE STAGES  Arriving' in and leaving  ���������  '   Greenwood have headquarters at  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cig'ars. 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.  R.    ROBINSON  Is the only shoemaker in  America who obtained a  medal at the Paris Imposition in 1S7S for making the  Rest shoes. Boots made to -  order; . Repairing neatly  executed.  COPPER  STREET,  GREENWOOD  STASKEY &-C0.  nelson, b. c. -  wholesale  dealers in���������  Produce   and   Provisions  Kootenay Engineering W6rks;  ''     NELSON, B   C.     '  Founders, .Machinists and'Iron   Workers." Makers of the Crawford  Aerial   Tram.    Castings,   Builders'   Materials,   Mill        -  and Mining Machinery  P. 0. BOX 493. fi. C.-. TRAVIS, MANAGER.  NELSON  IRON   WORKS  B. A. ISA\C  R. W. HINTON  ENGINEER AND'CONTRACTORS  FOUNDERS AND -MACHINISTS  CRANBROOK, B. C.      "  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  Urcvvster and > El'Scn(1  on  the    Lord's  Day  Al-  ianee Act.     This Vote i.s taken at  f.ivmet-ci.    Finance Minister Tatlow  opposed  tlie-ie  claiming   that tin-..  government  had treated the small ifor  l,.!������  IM,rP0n0 of &>'"* i,,to the  farmers generously  incuts  were voted   down  All" amend-  {l,IOfctio" ' thoroughly.     The blank  jj_; circulated  in  in   the form of a pe-  virion by a straight parly vote! the  Liti<>"  iuhhviiwl  t()   Vm"'l(iV  :,Ic*  Socialist,   votmg-with  the  Oppo-' Hri(le'     0f  tllc  ,"e"   w0l'ki,l������  "'  and around  the St.   Hngene mill,.  lit have voted against the enforcement of the act and M for its enforcement.      Thy  vote among the  A.   Macdonald  and the other Lib  erals  like   this  sort   of   coalition  It  M-proh-  with   the  Socialists,  able    judging    from    these   surface      facta      that     some  oi      temporary    coalition  been    formed    between   the   Opposition  miners is not yet. complete, but at  . | present it stands with a majority  I     ! of  10 against the enforcement^of  the net.     A similar vote is being  ,   ,,     ���������.,... .taken   at   all   of   the   mines and  and. the bociahsts,  tttid        .    ���������   ,   .,    ,,���������'���������. , ,,  ,   ,,,-���������,,    ,      , ,,    ,        ��������� .-������������������ .     Ismelters in the KootenayH, and the  that Mr. Macdonald s denunciation;       lt    ���������.i-      L      ���������>, ,������ 1  ���������   ,    .,,    . ,. ,     , ..-.������������������   ,,             i result of this vote will bo bummed  of the Socialists during thc cam-:       ,                   -.v.r.r .  -,    .    .       tl  ! "pat a meeting of tho managers of  poign  was a mere device to c;itch ;   l       .         ���������"              .           ...  1   "      ,   ,. .         ,      .          ,   ,    the mines, s.melters" and sawinills  vote.*.    Toliiics make strange bed-i     . .       .                   .     r,       .  ., ,,             ���������    ,.,,,.                     ! which   will be held ju jNrcIson,for  fel ows.���������Kossland Miner.          .     ;.,,.       , ���������. -   ...      ,.     .       tn  .   ...:_���������        _         , l.hursday, 1-tth of March, 1907, for  A nuisical farce comedy said to I t]l0 purpose of taking such steps  bo of unusual excellence, \yill he |aH may be deemed neces-<ary in retire attraction at the Auditorium ; j,.,,.,! to this most important matter,  on Wednesday, Mircli LJ7th.     Tlic._Moyie Learler.  maiuiger having been fortunate in |      --  securing the three act play/''My i K. A. Black, Phoenix, sells the  Wife's Family," the combined j best in jewels, diamonds, watches  work of LI.il Stephens and ITarrv and clocks. ��������� Remember this when  Linton,    prolific    and   successful'you go up tliu hill.  About   Float  Float is nob a  periodical.  It is a book containing 80  illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.    It  tells how a gambler  cash-  in after the flash  days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  >i>,w  Denver   long   after  Noah was dead;   how   a  parson   took   a   drink at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt iu  ��������� Kaslo in   '93;   how   the  saloon man outptayed tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts    tho '  loainings of a western editor amongst  the  tender-  feet in the cent belt'.    It  contains the early history -  of Nelson, and a romance  of thc Silver King raiiio.  In it  aro   prinjed   three  western poems,  rind  dozens of article   too  numerous to mention.    Send  for one before   it   is   too  Into. ��������� The price is twenty-  live cents, postpaid to any  part of  tlio> world,    Address all letters to  'T: Lowery  NELSON, B. C.  OI.A   1,01'STAD  Repairing- and Jobbinp; executed with Despatch.  Sheet Metal .Work, Mining and'Mill Machinery.  -  Manufacturers of Ore Cars, R.R. Contractors' Cars  Corner of Hall .and Front .-trects  Phone 59 NELSON,   B.  0." p- 0.  Box 173  S������BttSM������iMfllHI*������HBWM������^^  One of the best- appointed workingmen's  Hotels in the City.  The Finest of bars, .stocked  with the best Wines,  Liquors and  "Cigars,  In Addition to .  THE   BELL   P  we still sell all classes of  '    FURNITURE,  Get our prices when your house needs  furnishing'.  GO,  ':!  D. J, ROBEH  "NELSON, B.  S5������EgaBE3SfflSiCTH22SffiaS������23^������2SB3aE52EBBHBraHa  $9999oaoaoggiaigreooasegggoaooflooeeoaa ��������� oovsoma ���������  Lighted throughout with  electricity  baths.  Hot   and   cold  RATES:  Hoard and room ������1 per day  Strictly first-class Service  The Reception Hotel  In Cainhorrie gives nil its patrons  the imrcsUfocKl, drink anil .cigarB  ���������  Jamoe Lindaloy* Prop,  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ; 82 a week  and up, at tho Commercial  hotel, Copper street, Green*  wood.    Bath ut connection.  P. POUPARD  Th  e^=>o  >tra  Hots  coea.  Q������3=^3  \J  K-i ,-"%. 0 i\.-*l  DR, MILLOY  DENTIST.  >  L17 IjAftCINGS EASTI!  VANCOUVER  Is. situated  on" a Blight eminence,  just n- Mock from the busy  scenes ou Bilker street,  and in within cosy  touch of overy-  thing in the city.  Vroin itn ImlconicHcari he seen nertrly  n'l .the grand scenery that surrounds tho beautiful  oity of Nelson.     l<Vw hotels in tho great west  "equal tho Strathcona," and tourists (from  every land will find within its portals  all thc essentials that create pleasant memories within tho  -.-���������     mind of those,who],.,,....,,,.,���������., J.v>.^....... .  travel.  B, TOHKINS,..'Huiager  NELSON, IJllITJ.SII COLUMBIA.  ���������'  <  ^J*  mtf$mmMmxmspmMmi^������2&  ���������L������  WMfi  A*<l.itfc-lvkilw*W*������-<*-*Iirfi-<>A.<i������tM.Vi<  ^���������r;'v^MMU'������t������U*MWWAIi!l>iMW*W I -.  uCDl  jr.-  -THE^G-TtEEXW.OOD LFMD.  -Crc-c'nwnnd, B.C., IVLireh 21, J0O7,  9CM8������a������>sse������&������������e&8ea������e������S���������^0������s^G^Ge^������������&s������c���������������������^������������������  "' ' Kings Liquor Scotch Whiskey  . -     *       -12-Years Old  ������������������     '        J. W. Rnrmestcrs White Port:  .   ��������� - \ Jas. Eenncssy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD .LIQUOR. CO.  ��������� IMPORTERS, .GfiE'ENWOO'p, B.C.'.  ilSli^^  i  EiH^SSrararllgMfflMiBffiW  n  fl  $15,000 insurance fur .$2'r.501  ..The n->\v and uf-to-clatc Tripple Indcmniry  Policy of thc Oetin Accident andCiiar.intee  C(ir|>oriitioii, Ltd., tho Urn est accident company in'the \vorld.~-Assets oyer, ������7,000,000.     .  FREDERIC W.  -    DISTRICT AGENT, GRKENWOOD, 15. C: ~  m  ��������� f*������  acitiG.  w>u*n������imu������������.n  m  . Ls under the management of 'Greig-  & Morrison. * Thc room's arc com-  forttlbly furnished, ancl the bar contains tlie best "brands nf wines, liquors  1    and cigars in the city.  The Pacific 6afe -  is conducted by Moore & McElroy.  '-It is open day and night, The-clin-  ing room is ��������� one. of the largest in  the Boundary, and the lunch cuun-  ter is just tlie place to get a quick  meal.      Copper street, Greenwood.  ���������I?  *p5  Is the best'furnished hotel in the Houndary  district.    It   is heated  with steam and  ���������"    lighted by electricity    Excellent sample  :" ���������    l    rooms.- ' The bar is always abreast of tlie"  times, and meals are served in the Lafe  . at any hour, day or night.  Eiraest Jo -Cartter, Prop.  $������&$  J. G. MELVIN Late?iKD0N, B.-c.  B$inWat���������heSJ^^        Manufac urins:   Jewehr  ANTEED  RailroadSiandard  Opposito WindsT>r Hcfcel  .   . t,     .it      i-.i P   O    '-OX   "63  Mai Orders Pr raptly Att'nciciL  The Elephant      ��������� v  , In talking about tho intelligence  and roinarkahlc -memories of^el0-  pliants. Mr. Borksfoek, who had  been ii trainer uhd exhibitor of sin I���������  trials all hN !il'<-. s.iid : , The elephant in the moit intelligent of  animals. It is: the easiest to train,  the niost good tempered and interesting of rill.  i3|".'aking i'l" lh������' n i��������������� m i n i i ������������������-= (< i  person1- and events tli.il "i-lopli.tnl.������  have,',. T would like to tell yon an  inptiiiiio that came under my own  eu'.s Mime war-- sig" when I was in  i-'ngland. -Mv rather win the  in inagi'i-  of a sImw. l)iit he having  dii-il   tn\    iiurthi'i-   wiiV in charge.  ���������     - t  '  We hid several "elephants and one  nf   Ihem \\ii- -of nini-'iial y:,7.{:     He  was   'within three or four iuchei.as  ia.ll a^ J urn bo and   a trille heavier."  In the rural 'places where we  were, exhibiting at the time it was  the custom of the people to have  large baskets of apples placed by  the side'bf the road after they.had  been picked from tho trees. This  particular day our show was passing along a street and the elephants  all ate of the apples.  Not long after- the big elephant  was taken very ill. lie laid down'  on the ground and was apparently  unable ito get up. We did not  know whether he had been poisoned pr not. Finally a chemist  was called and ho gave the clc-  pnanfc Foino physic.      '     -   -  lb did not app'-.-ir to do much  good." For hours the animal lay  on tho groun 1 and the chemist  kept .giving him medicine. Bystanders jeered at thc man for his,  apparently unsuccessful efforts.  Finally, however, tho elephant began. toVevive, and at, last stood np  on his feet.  Seven years later we happened  to visit this same town again.. The  big elephant was drawing a chariot  with two others in the lead, tandem fashion. We were passing  along thc street when the elephant  suddenly paused and walked up to  a'uiaii standing on thc sidewalk-.  She placed her ���������trunk around the  waist of the man, lifted him up in  the air and drew him to her. 8he  began to caress him, puning loudly  all tho while  Come to" find out, this was the  cheuiibt whoHiad'Curcd the animal  of her sit kness seven years before.  Tho man remembered thc elephant  and tho elephant remembered the  man. At the performance which  we gave thc chemist ������-im among  tho spectator*.  When the time came for tho big  elephant to appear she walked  right over to the chemist and  raised him from the ground and  hugged him -o cIom> that it wa- mi-  computable. IJur we could not re  lease him until the elephant \v.i-  ready. The elephant purred like  a cat for almost t.ven.y minutes.���������  Host on Journal.  writlrn by ' ITal. Stephens and  Harry Linton, which was brought  out last season., ,Built for laughing purposes only, 'it accomplished  its "end, witiYthi' result th it return  date������ were played at many (if the  large cities'by special request, of  managers and- the theatre-going  public. The* attraction will be  seen in this-city on Wednesday,  M:.rr'   27-h, _'  \  Th.; American Railroad Hogf  To know ; the"'American you  mii-t see all sides of him. On'a  train between -Jersey City and Pat-  erson, a , poorly dressed woman  carrying 'a baby in her arms,  walked through''two cais and was  unable to (ind a seat. The railroad hog was there. In a dozen  cases 'he had a whole seat to himself aud his bundles, and he meant  to keep - it." The woman finally  took a seat in the smoking ear.  Soon after," the hog went forward  to enjoy a cigar and found her crying- '.      '  What's the matter?  Baby is very ill, sir.  And where-are you going?  To my sister's. .-My husband is  dead and I have no home.  Leave yen any money ?  Not a dollar, sir.  - TJmph"!    Sorry for you.   Let me"  hand you this.  Tho hog had beeh������robbed of his  bristles. - Woman's tears had  melted him. He returned to his  ear, gathered the other hogs about  him and said :  Come down! " Foor widow���������  sick baby���������no home. .Come down !  . Tho hogs went down for theuj  wallets, and in ten minutes a handsome sum was put into the woman's  hand, and the boss"hog observed :  There���������there.���������its all right���������not  a word !    Now come back here !  She  followed- him into the next  Oh, tradesman in thine hour of eeee  If,oii this paper yon should ccceo  Take our ad vice and now' bcyyyyy  Go-straight ahead and adverb iiiiiii  You'll find tlie project of some uuiui  Neglect can offer no cxqqqqq  Be wise at once, prolong your d aan  A silent business roou de kkkk  " Advise, not what is most pleasant, but what N most useful.���������  Solon'.   '; This season's wall paper now in  stock.' Better values and neater-  designs than ever at Millie Bros.  Superior Quality  Finest Flavor  solute  fH  - m  Aj!   this \'-w   As&ured-"  bj. Demanding: " 7"  car, aud a dozen hogs rose and insisted that she tako their- seats.  Tho railroad hog can't be  crowded but he can be melted.  Without disparaging the hog, we  think it better to be a gentleman  than a hog.���������Editor.  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASS AVER and  *'���������   METALLURGICAL .CHKMIST.-  Gold.Silvcr Copper or Lend, each. .$i oo  Gold-Silver. ...$i 50 Silver.Lead. .$i.s������  Zinc". .$2.00 -Gold Silver with copper or  llead..j2.50."    '_  Trompt attention given to all samples  25 "per cent,  discount upon five s'linple-.-  tBAKEK.ST , NELSON.  P, 0. Drawer, 110S. Phone, A67  The.  ACK-MIXED-NATURAL GREEN:  Lead packet i' only. :  Tlitj'heac Aivunl Sn. LoniSj 100-1.  IGMEL H0TEL  Still retains its supremacy as th.'    nest hotel in# the Kdolt'iiayy  Ostermoor Mattresses  - [Clean linen and GogcI Cooking  Hvcellonfc hunting in season.    (Jood wont- fishing in tho' Kile g  river and neighboring streams.    Add cms all communications" to  [Thomas Crahan, Manager, Michel,'Ii. (J.  ������@a  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room and lunch  counter in connection.  Sater- & Johns, Proprietors  ���������     COPl'KU ST , 'C [JICKXWOOD.  ADMINISTRATOR'S {NOTICE.  MY WIFE'S F4MILY  Irish Wit  An Irish priest had labored hard  with one of his flock to induce him  to give-up whiskey. I tell you,  Michael, said the "priest, whiskey  is your worst enemy, and you  should keep as far away from it as  you.can. Jle enemy, is it, Father?  responded 3Iiehael, and it was  your Kiveience's self that was  telling us in the pulpit only last-  Sunday to love'our enemies ! Bo  I was, Michael, rejoined the priest,  but I didn't tell you to swallow  them. ��������� Srcred Heart Review.  In tlie Supreme Court of HiHIxli Coluni-  bhi     I>i  tliK.lnuttiM   of tliu   t"il.itt>   of  l't'H.l.uniii   1'eiUlus lute of irivvv-iilr  ftllni', r.rUisli Columbia, rtt-uc.wcd:  NOTrcr U luicby (,'Ken th.it on tlie 3'Jtli day  of.IniiiMiy. l'dii; ituat okUtimI Iiy Mr .lu^tici'  iMorriSun Hint A. C bullon, Ollk-ial .idinii i<tra  toi foi tlie (iinnd Forks ;ni(i Grct-ntvooil  Elev-  t-.rnl Di-, lie tt. I.c nilniliiiati-.tl >r u[ tin; estate oi  llcnjiniin Tu kin������. (Vceii-etl, niti'-itiitj.  KvrJKY PERSON iii(l.>bteil Io Ilic s.iM chit(  i-. rcriulriil to lfinlcu p.ijinci.t fortljn-ltli to tin-  unriciMsiicu ami every i������jr=on having :������ Vu������-  so^sion effictj bcloiifjiiitr to doiuas d brLquIr.d  to notify the uudiisignrd fortinvilh. Uvoi*  creditor or otlier [icnon Ii.iviaj; nny <-l.iim upon  or interest in tlio distribution of said e=tate 11  lequiiid before the l.'ith day of Miucli, VJSl to  bund by iCKbtered letter ndilu'sserl to the midu���������  >-lKned,l)i3nanio and address ������nd full piiticul.119  of hi-, claim or interest aud 11 statement of lil<  v j .lecount.v. riliei by Pt'itutniy declaration m:d the  antiiio of the security (If any) held by him  After the s.iid Kith day of Ji.mh, I'VIT. the  :Hlmini.-.tiatnr mil pr ccod with the (ILtiibuti .ii  of the o'tntc. havhifr regard to those claims oii'y  of hIucIi hetliall then have notiec.  rated at Ciland I-'orke, 11. C, 7th Fcbiuaiy.  1007 ,\. O-SL'TTOX,  Olliuiitl Ailmini-itral.-1,  .11 . ' Oi-iiid Forks, IS. C.  lfiL.i  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but tlie best brands  . oi' liquors and-cigars.  Morning" bracers and  and evening byballs ;tl-  Avaysjvithin easy reach  oft ho 'barkecp."  G. A. DEMPSEY prop.  ��������� ������������������  ifounlaineer and Kootenay Standard ('to'tus.  Made by"  fieuJi market Hotel  Is the home, for all tourist-!  jftiid ininioiKiirLs visiting Xcw  Denver,   llritisli J Colmiiliin.  HEKRY   STEGE,   PKOPIL  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watch'es, lrigh-Clasa Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  F. p. blESSCHER  Ml-RCIIAXT TAILOR  SHverton, B. C.  J. S. Cameron.  The Kootenay Saloon  V  Sandon, B. C., li.rs a line or nerve  bracers unsurpassed 'in any iv.ouo-  tain town of t'.ie Great West. A  gla'.s of iKjuari'trni jjivoii free with  spirits iiictiti." .  ADMINISTRATOR'S iXOTICK  In the Supreme Coukt ov British Columbia, ix the Matter ok thi*.  Estate of Rogi:k 0'1Iak\, late  or Wustbruici:, British Colcm-  bia. Deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that ou the  28th day of January, 1907, it was ordered  by'Mr. Justice Morrison that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator for the Grand  Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts,  Hi nfl'iitifining a series of curious  be administrator of the estate of Roger  NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  Kelson, B (J.  Mines,    Mills,    Hotels,   etc.,  furnished with help.  J. H. LOVE, AlAXAlfER  fact*    t-duci-rning    animtils,  88������eoo������a oQ���������������o������������pcoe������������������������o ������asses������������ ssecsss cas99$������> oe  L-fopposite the Great Northern depot, ,aud is   a  dc-  li^litful haven for tho weary traveler.'  Great veins  ���������of hot water run   through   the entire   house,   and  bathrooms arc always at   thc service of those  in |  search of material cleanliness.   The dining, room is |  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment $  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fruit in a flower garden.   Thc  sample rooms,aro the largest in thc mountains ancl  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  ���������������������������,.."..'.������������������.' JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, '$  the  Dundee Advertiser sa\s: Unlike most animals horses  have no eyebrows. The  eye of the owl is also very peculiar, seeing that it is immovably  fixed in its frocket and cannot fctir  in   anv direction  O'Hara, deceased, intestate  Every psison indebted to the deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to  to the undcr.sijjned. Every person having in possession effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver  same over to undersigned.  ' Every creditor or other person having  anj- claim upon or intcrost in thc distribution of thc estate of deceased is required, before tlie 15th day of Mircli,  To compensate   190/1   to send by  registered   letter ad-  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,  . Columbus aud Havana Ark  CIGARS j  are t'nion M.idc CigJis, made by \V. 1*. j  Kilbouine i>: Co., Winnipeg and sold ou ,  Lhe road liv GKORC.lv JIORTON. '  f~..  ,i,';n   ���������,>������������������.; ,i:..���������,i ..    ���������    .., dressed to thc undersigned, his name and  for this  seeming  disadvantage, it, addtcssaild full Epaitic������lars of liis claim  can    turn    its   head   almost  com-'or interest, and a statement of his ac  !l  bod v  1  * .1.. ���������..,--,,,,,1 ,���������!ti,^,.(-   ^,������ .:..     -.     count, verified bv statutorv declar.it'.on,  plctcly around without moving its ,llul u'ie lwlur0 -of lhc scdurily (ifanyi  held by him.  After the 15th day ol Mau-h, 1007, the  administrator will proceed with the distribution of the estate, having regard to  those claims only of which lie shall then  have had notice.  Dated al Grand Forks, R C.,. the 7th  I-'ebruarv, 1^7.  '   A. C. SL'TTOX,  onici.il Administrator,  Grand Forks, U. C.  HARDY &��������� CO  Midwa}'  Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Coots and Shoes,-  etc., etc.  Jll.VBIiAl ACT  Cerllflca'c of Improvcmcuts  *   NoT.n-:  Sncccsfl artistically mid laugh  producing from the start, is the  remarkable ami pleasing record accorded ���������'���������My Wife's Family," a  Unec act unihic:tl  fn/ec-' comedy,  .   .   . Dmii(li<uli,rci.r   Miii<ril Glolni. hIIimK1 Ii ill  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE1   r������?ir7^,W'^i!^0ii.;^,,������  IIIUUUIIIIHI.    KlUimUHU     Ul      MIL n,(i),lt   ||ll!f   (l   ,������������������_,   (mm ���������R, /lll(,..|1.l,|olllll  ]    . 1) ���������uu.liuy llii".  .    I'lUKK noilco Miit r. .r -bn CJi-:iI������n 1'cV.  Vn*  r.!itPN������/nnn locil Nn   .ill         I '  Miner's   Ortifioii n   X-i.   u i:������7l,   Inn-nil.  G.-.CENWOOO LOCAU NO. 31 1 !���������|Atvi|.iyrf from 1li������ flute li"'.;.(. I ,���������|V   |,,H���������.  Meets fust and third Wcilricsdavs of even-1 Mmlnr; l(no n-dor (..r.i twilri.-Hti! ������f Ihijuw.-  uiouth in Iiaglcs Iiall nt������ p. tii.   \1s1tu1g' cr.uit.of.ili������! nti--ivut-lnhu.  i    And flirt nn- * a Iff  nolk-i1. Ili.it iirtlon. uii'lnr  ; n'l'ilini   .'17    mil -1   lie, i-uniiiinii(V'it  lii-fnrp  ilu1  ��������� Hciiiiiiei! (if diii',1) Ci'i'lilii'iirr of Im|iriivi-inr'iit.  ,,,   ���������        ���������������������������_., I'nlo.J  tlila  l-'tl, iln.v nf Jitiiii'.l'.t-, A   U,, J:������i7.  Jvooar W, Dv.viil, President. -������ ������j\U\ CIlAltl.iis KKK'  WORLD  uieiriherr, coidialK invited to attend.  I'uank Si'KAiusv., Fill, pec'y,'  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, I!. C, i-: tin leading  hotel of tht city. MouuUin trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooms icicrvcil by telvgrajdi.  Hugh Niven. Prop.  Leading Tailor of th" /  Kootcnayf--.  *   Sandon, B. 0.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Is a comfortable home  for- all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAP WORTH.  TlJEIWOfiT HOUSE  Xclsou. B. C, is riirr c*\ the  the Ariit-iicjii and Jviuope.iii  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t'-t Mfc.  N1<aIoi?c    is:   Ti~c.c{illcis '  VENDOME HOTEL  ANACONDA  Js j it .it a few njimites' walk from  the center of Greenwood, and a  convenient'place to drop in at the  end of a walk. Convenient to tho  smelter and provides the publics  witii  EDSI  OARD AND  EVERAGES  W. B. THOMSON  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tur, I'itcTi.j  Crcopotc, Oils for  1'rcperving Timber,  Pooling, Wtcli  And l'aintH.3  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  Choice   Fruit  LANDS'  Fur Sale at 810, 8)2 and ^15  For Aero.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON, B, 0  Pacific Coast Crowii  KcciIh, Fruit and OrinimciilaL  Trees,.     OrceiilsuuMi     inul  Hardy   Plants.   ��������� Uih:   Hup-  jiliew.     'I'Vi-tiliV/Jiv,   Iniplc  tnc.ntR.    (!.-italogitc l-'rce.  N\, J. HENRY,  VAN(.'0l.rVKIl,-13. (.:.  Ollicc, .101Q M'oKtiiiinstcr Ifo.-ul'  ���������-���������iunM^Mni<t*it'|iwtn:fr*M*rAMt>c^������������������������r p***> ;\-~rr;  .-Orcenwood, B. (J., March 2\. i!)Oi,  .OTIS Girjg&OTiCHSl* jtWE  ���������<^W->yt>������������.jr*J''w*'"V'K''w*AliY?W^Jt'ltt^.t<*rffcJ>������.<w>������������������Oj<i^^>>-������^-^..j  >hm<C^>H������i> fcaarwrto  Iah  11%^-^  the Union "Label Is in-  'Coat pocket of your spring suit  :E complete range of Uiiion Made Clothing.  Lsff  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing" and Gents' Furnishings.  Men -now go into bu&'i-riosa as  they go to war. They-expect no  concession and >make notie. The  surviv,al1.,of -the fittest, Which 'means  the sui-vi-yal-of the strongest, is the  law of life and the excuse for all  hardness of heart and questionable  morality.���������Rev. T. Ii. ' Lewis,  Lutheran, Westminster, Md,  Mr. iMacknight, (member of thc  Professional Photographers Association,) City Studio, Greenwood, is prepared to photograph  groups, buildings, machinery, etc.,  anywhere within 100 miles radius.  Moderate charges, work and material the best.  b&������M  Select your .wall papers at Coles  & Fiv-tlf'S"before-the,rusiVset's in.  Try New England "bread, made  only at the Greenwood Bakery,  Copper- St.  Ho who smokes a- Kootenay  Bolle.cigar will surely live to smoke  another day.  Tbe Queens Hotel is the only  temperance hotel in Greenwood,  and the rates are reasonable  See the latest" novelties in wall  paper at Coles and Frith's.  &%���������&'  FRANK   FLETCHER  ���������PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  NELSON. B. C.  ���������THE  "UmB^  DAY ACT  .'('Continned from Page 1.)  /fate working seven days.    It might  Rre   possible  that  by  working six  /days tho mines  could   not supply  the smeltir with ore. lie also  ^pointed out -tluifc -its enforcement  .would mean an increase in wages.  .Ecv.- XI. ������>. -Hastings, Green-  iji'Ojd's Methodist minister and  3ocil seci'eliM-y of the Lord's Day  Alliance, pointed out that the.  .Mother Lode tnino was i>r;t worked  ;Oa Sunday and maintained that  ri'iere'wotild  be a better class of  workers by enforcement of the act.  As for sub-section 2 of clause 4,  :tliat was put into the act by Dun-  'ican   "Ross,   XL P. .lor  Yale  legal opinion to show that the privy  council had made no deci>ion that  intcrferid with provincial authority to legislate. Jle pointed' out  that .".n enforcement of tho act  would lead ton demand for higher  wages whic'i miglib result in  regrettable labor troubles.  The   following   resolution    was  then put and carried :  "Whereas, an act respecting  Sunday has been passed by the  Dominion Govern mer. t, which if  enforced will, it is believed, greatly interfere with trio successful  operation of many industries in'  British Columbia.  Toilet, paper, flat, oval and  round. L^t us give you a bargain  price on oO or 1G0 rolls. Mcllae  Bros.   The Cariboo mine in Camp Mc-  Kinncy will be unwati-i'cd to the  '100,-level by tho end of this month  and the mine cleaned to that depth.  Tt will take some tieie to put the  shaft in shape, but it is expected  thc f-tamps wili be working by thc  middle of April.  When copper looks like 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary can  moke Royal- Seal cigars.  When you want a   monument or  riiereforc.  be   it resolved that' headstone  write  to  the Koolcnav  The.  .best meh had not -left tbe Mother'  jjOile and it was found that just as-  jkt'iicli work was done by the men  -in six days as in seven.      ���������'      ty  Lome a^.. Campbell of Rossland,  ���������Slid the enforcing of the.act would  cit down thc supply of coke and  oal one-seventh, it would cut  .down transportation, it would involve companies b.rarding their  men free on Sunday and it would  cut down the wages of thc men.  Men would not iie around a btink-  .house idle all day Sunday and  ���������Would simply gee another job.  .The act was not -workable in this  .country and would work a great  '.hardship.  ' Mr. A. W. Dyer of Nelson,  spoke shortly, showing tho absurd-  j-jty of the .-vet as applied to nows-  ,paper3 and declared that -if the  'provin-ce had not authority in the:  matter it -chunk! take steps to see-  that it did hnve. He was in favor  of clause 4 of the act.  .  Mr. Starkey, of Nelson, .quoted  this board whilst wishing to restrict labor as much as possible to  six cbiys a week, urges the as=ociat-  ed boards of trade of cistern B. C.  to request tho provincial government,to give an assurance that no  action will be taken in enforcing  the said act si that in tbe meantime all tire parties concerned may  look full}' into the question and  confer wi,h the govpniirienfc with, a  view to providing a solution of the  diliicult points involved.'"  Marble Works. Nelson. B.*C.  No one is prohibited fr'om smoking jlagdala cigars during Lent.  The Ru,sell-Liw-Caulfield Co.  have just received a consignment  of union made ciothing. Every  .raiment his the union bible on  it.  L'>.-'t in Greenwood.- a gentleman's gauntlet, uulinod, Finder  .\ ill kindly leave glove at the store  of A. Logan & Co.  The^Q'icens' Hotel,   under the  management   of     Mrs.   D.    Man-  be.s:or is one of the most comfortable notels in Green wood. *  ONE NIGHT ONLY.  Wed  March 2X} 1907  Return  of last Season's  LaugUing Success  STEPHENS AND LINT0N  Present the JUerry musical Mixitp  ii  W  IXSS  .??  The real laughing si  o-.v.  A merry riot  of fun and music.  lieack  J by those  funny fellows  A  PPl(  ;ton  &  Perry  You enjoyed  tlast  year,  a  SE  IT  A  QAlS  Prices $1.00 and 50  cents.  3Fiv-Kl������Al.  \(,r  Certificate of Imprpvements  " XO-'KJE  'Silniniuica" Mlne.-r.il Cl.-iim, -Unite i.i^Gicjn  wood   Milliner   Division  uf   Villi   JDisti-Jt-t  Wheic located:    In iteniluMixl fiun;>, a(l-  joiniiiKtliP. Iv.i l.eiior- .Minciv-I Cliiiii  ���������  TiKK XiiTICE that I, Sydney M J..I1113011  rice .Miner's Ortilirnte N'.j.   IJ.U0.1, iK-lini; for  aclf.nnl .-is nffc.'it for -Idi.ov S.  1 >|i]K>iiliuimcr.  I'nv Miner's t'crtili 'iitu No   Miilii, intcnit. ii.\l>-  il.iys- froinilntu lieri'iif, to .ipply to tlie .Ulninc  Hoi-i'rdcr for n Ccrlilk-afo of Iiiu.i-ovuinvnts, fur  tlie iiiiriiii-c of outlining u Crown flnint of the  11b -\c claim.  And ftutlicr Inkc  notice  Mi.it nction.   iniilcr  '-.'cton    ;J7,  mint   be  commi'.iK-i'd  liofore   t c  i-iii:iiu-c ol-.ucli fjx-liliciti-  i Iiinii-ovrmi'iit'.  Outal this lJtll (1.1 v of '.'iii-oli. .1. I) T.D7.  .hi'   NEV it  JOIIXSOX.  ir**~^TT^~~*^1~~Tr^***~-~^J~-T������nr"*~ii������ti-"*Twri-rr*;Tri#ti**~r������iB* ���������*tt a  frfNEKAI,  vcr  Cerilfidaie' of IitiproVenlents  NOTICK  "IlillBjfr.iiitioniir' Jlliii-rnl Cliiim, .-i:tu to in  tin- Griii-nw'ood ���������Miniiif; IJi\ iqi.in of Y.ile 1)1'-  tr-'ft.   Wlierij loc.itod:    [11 Del. wood ('nmp.  TAKK XO riilK tliit t. M. A. |[">I!.r.>OK-. l-'r e  Miiloi'--; Coriiiii-.it X 1. Iliiii'i, in-O'ld -i'ci.v d.ivs  I'rnniili- rlib-Ii'r.-of. toiipnl.v l'i th - MI ii'is; ifo  I'ordi-r f.ir a Oi-rfillcite . f lui.'ifivuiiitints. for th.-  piii-iuKuof obtaiiiin^'a O'rjiviiGr.iiUtnliiL- ubiji-c  claim.  And fnrtlii'i- take notice tint, action, under  .-ei-tl 111 ."7. mint bp t'omine nvil l;iifnrd the i-su  iiiu-e ol s'lc'11 iirtilicntc of Iiiipi-jvi'mcit.i  O.il.d till- llth day of .M.iro". A. 0  I!>07.  M  A  HOi.UKODK  MORTGAGE SALF  Under and by virlur of thepoucr^of rnl. contained in n certain innitL'.iKe which will lie produced at til -tiiii(i o1 uule tin-re win lie. ofi'iirc-ifor  silt' by public :ui"li Ml at the court luni'e in the  citv ut Orreiiw.i d in liritish (^'Inni'ii.ion IVed-  neiday. the .'lid (lav nf Ajirll. l!i(n at ih.- h ur of  ilnuc o'clock in tliu afU'iiiiion, t> c north l.u'f nf  lot 1111 bur 23.0 (two thousand, three lm iked  mill thirty) mid coiitilnin^* liv nii'.Htiro.Ment, "lie  liiiiidred and iift.-peven acre* inme or lev slt-  11.1(1* in Ihe 0������iyous OivUiyn of Vale li:-tiict,  llntisli Columbia  D.ited at Midway, 15. 0., thc llth day of  Murcn, 1!K7.  C. J. liEOOA'IT  Solicit .r foi Mnrx>i"ce-  I.awjon Ulnck. Midway 11. C.  For termi and (Joiidltioiisjof sulo apply to the  innrtKUKCt!'������ solicitor.  "When yen v/niit 11 nioiiiiment or  headstone, write to the Kootenny.  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.     " *  ffl������siia^--^i������������������g^^  j\Eops 25 to 50c.  Brushes loc. to 81.00  Brooms .40 to GOc.  Soaps' of all kinds  Washing-Soda.  Lye.   '  1.00  Sapolio.  ' '   Bon .Ami.  Washing Po  wders.  Liqiiid Ammonia  n=  LTMITKD.  . THE BIG STORE  %BSEJ5SRi3W^a^l^������8^SaKail^^  T  I'AID UP OA-1'll'Al., $10,000,000.  M. -15.   WALKER, (Sen. M.-mniii-  ' IIKSKIIVK l'US'll, 1*5,000,003.  ALEX   LAIRD.  \=-t. (S-n. Man.  NOTICE.  IN   TIIK   M.VTTKR   OF   TllJfe   IvSTATlC   OF  TflOJIAS CORKir,!., L.v'flf OK EhoW,  in xnic District of Yale, in the  Province of British Columbia,  M-ner. Deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that all  creditors and others liavingcl.iims against  the estate of the said Tliomes Cork ill,  who died on or about the Sth day of  August, 1906, are required on or before  the rst day of Mdy. 1907, to send, post  prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned  Administrator of the estate and effects of  the said deceased, their Christian and  surnames, and addresses and description*,  full particulars of-thcir claims, statements  n( their accounts, and the nature of the  securities, if any, held by thcrn. .  And further take notice, that after the  last-rneirtioired date, I, the said Administrator, will proceed' to distribute the assets of the s.iid deceased among the par-  ^������$ J tie* entitled thereto, having regard to tbe  |lfsJ.-?3 , claims only of which I shall then  have  '"���������''"^ '     ���������'���������       '"      ���������  '     " ' '������������������   '-r  anii 'ft'-ovc?. bought befqro tho advance   ������  '"Wc will offer for sale until   W? I9������7  :&). i'"r^?)' 110l'-ce; an<l t'lnL ^ w'" llot- ')e liable fo  '^^ v'^s--^ ' the said assets or any part thereot so dis  $P     ?j������?H ' '"billed,   to any person or persons   o  ������\1'<S1 '! "'rose claims notice shall  )?X/������ ' received' by me at tlie tii  ������������&'~) ' tribulion.  ,1^1^ I    Dated this aSth day of F  ���������_������...i--*_-.-.-,.-.** -^*-..-^-  ..- .-^. -.-.- ���������i-;:-~.���������.���������1J  .-.    ��������� .' ;.--1        -'-  i-"./  ���������������������������-' 'f ���������   Oi  m  V$M������  m price:-;  April H!th lor Icsfi than the Mctujtl -cost p  of 1 he wholcsfilc prices today :  No.  !)  JYiflo rfteol Ilange witn   high -^^  .shelf, was S?:50.                ��������� ' Now, #22.!>Q   ^  No. 0 Piitlo Steel Range, with hiah M������r  sliclf and rcsci'voir, was $52.00.     ��������� |^  .                                            Now ������24..d0 - ;^'  The Onceda Goodcliccr Steel Kangc,  srtme;n.s illustration.   This is one of the  beet ranges on the market.   Yotl will !$������������  pay !?00 for one not as good.   Oar price iQ  \vnV*.r>0. Sale price, %M M$  Terms of Sale-Strictly Cash.   Your ^������  okl^tovcs taken in exchange as cash. "*^ga  No! We arc not goinn' out of business.    We ,nrc looking  for more :^Jj  j|f|������   business in thc fiiliire."-"Wc have more of tliese ranges on thc way, but |||j  '$&&   they will not be sold at the prices for which' wc offer these.   Ju-t arrived %0k  ^   the'finoflt nnd 'most.up-to da to line of Granite and Tinware.  l*honc 1.6. A. L. WHITE & CO.  Uouse Furnishers,   bs^i  ay ol I-'ebfuary, A. I).  Ai.iikrt C. CORKIM.,  Administrator  rostofficc address, Kholt, 15. C.  NOTICE.  TAKR XOTICU, sixty (60) days after  date I intend to'apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds' and Worlds for per-  misaiou to purchase 240 acres, inore;'or  less.-of mountain pasture land as follows:  Commencing at the north east corner  of Lot 67 r������ thence east 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.  Hakuara G. Tann-aiiiix.  Dated at Midway, 0. C��������� this 23th day  of February, 1907, ���������     j   ���������.  NOTICE  III ttio maltor of Uio,IjM!|'1 Ui'/lrtn- Act, in (t,  In tliuniiitliT -ftfiH Title t/i !l.oU'.7SH.i������liiiii(r������/fl.  (Jniitp Om-, Onoyo h Division, Viilo tll-trii't.;  Ililll-li Colimilila        ���������'������������������'���������' ...:���������������������������-.        1  M'III'.|[KAM.<-till(!iU'.-������of llllcif tlii'.Monlifti!,  & liu.itmi iSujitvir 0)ini[������iiij-������ l-nlni.". fii-tltteiliM f.  litUi.Vi IHI/ih bitlii<Rlr,vPhiTi(ttlniMi'iiM lm- l������vii.  Iwrt ������r ilofdi-'ivi'd mi'l ii|������iill������iitl������H lnw Ihmii miidr.  t' me In iiilii|>l<i-<ifc>tii'<ru<fj   '���������  Nu'I'lCK 1.1 Imri'by id vert I Hit n <Itt f .11 >-nt ���������.' f.'ui-,  tiiii'iii(!irriiJiir<iiiiiiiiiiiiv.itMW(iii<uii"iii- ii'iuiic  III lllifl   Ml  Hill  l.'.V|ilr/ltlOU Of .ll'CMKIIlltl fd'lll ihr  iliitu U tin! Ilr^t iihovrrli>ri liurwil iihIjmiiIii tin-  iiii-iiniliiii!  vullit 11IJ 'vilou   t'< iJid uoiilrnry ia  Hindu to 1110 In ������rltlii/r ���������      ���������   '  W. If. ED.Moy:iH  Is not a new flour on tlie market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in your next order.   Sold by  IIunter-Kendrick Co., GrecrnvoocL  Smith & AIcHwcn, Anaconda,  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Wilder -.  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England.  A Gt'iKT.-i! Banking Business Transacted.    Ac;'OUiits iiiny lie pprncil by  mail with nil brmchi's of this B.ink.  Savings Bank Departtiient.  Di-posiis of SI nnd upwards rm-iveil, and intercsh allowed ntlci'irrciit  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatevr in the .-with-'  drawal of the-whole or any portion of tho deposit,  J T. BEATTIE Acting Manager. Greenwood Branch.    .  ������������������uyccT-.Tfir  !-(UU  BRAxN'DOX, WAN.  OT10&P  ote'  Gfeencuood, B. C  Tlie, oldest hotel in- the  Citv, and stilll under the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and 'he bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  C    -r^VvX I :v^LYll   rxViil iKUSI   GO.  LTD  G-:o  \l. Ntadev, Man.-i^er.  F.irm laisds. r nibu'r timi-s. "mineral cl \\m^. mining' stocks  ;itid ��������� hares    l.'iiy real u.^lii v b-'iiiiht, sold and exchanged/  .-ill and-see out  list.  . J--- ES   woon\ b. c. ���������  I ��������� Dealers in |  ������   ppesh and Salt iWes'rs, Fish and Poultry  g  '*!������������������<-.-^-ywjr  0 1   Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary ;ind  SB). -  ������<5 I the Kootenay.'  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDOE  eOLONIST RATES  to  kootk::ay  ���������and  ' NORTH IWCII'IC COAST  from all points  ON'XAIUO       -  :     QUEUE''  MARITIME PROVINCES  ST. PAUL  CHICAGO  UNITED STAKES  on sale daily tjH'April 30th.  $E?,NT> -tfdft';, YOUIi";-FRIEK<p^  ' while the rates arc loiv/   Full particulars  on   application -to   local  agents or write  K, .r, ������-ori.r, 1. n v. ,\.     '  Viiiit'imviif  it'.-Fi. i- IflTKir, tt: r. /������,������������������������  .������������������     i- '   ��������� i       -     N()l������fiii,  I Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and g  fl!J  Fowl always 1b ;-.tock.  | Okanagan Apples at $2,00 per |  I Box,  ^/^ - ^s* rv v^-^:  lr������t#s  %-%Wh/to*&������/fy!!i/ir'*l> ^ ^%^ tr/%������  yitpplies electiicity ibr Power, Liglit\ Heating  ���������'and v'eiifcilation, J?o\\'oy Furnished to mince  for .hoisting' and air compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the flcr-vice will be,continuous..  Get our rates before completing yotir" estimates  lB2"S3Si  <>���������  : vi  :������-  :��������� <.('  soean  ^u-M^M^MmmmmmmmMrmmsi  fi������t&lOBSS&S������*ii  ���������������*r+*t*<*9*T*n���������<

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