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The Ledge Mar 3, 1910

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Array -y-"~rwsiy*-  ..V  *���������*? 1**rf+j?r'*r*$-~**l     *wii ���������**���������-- Su^-'T-'* '0**i*OiJr-,-_>fti-������A������_  ^ & ^ fl - If If "^  >:-fe-     '14 ������������������ il   Br---^  >?3 fill ������-a     .������a ti  ��������� li ��������� ��������� '������     if   111 "    ,  -i-,K_       .A2'._      __s^ j&Eizua&jtZS:!  If  ���������JV s*-*t-^������ja?!*  1  to  ffi?  ^-^   v^^j  ���������3  "���������J f*H #*,?  "iftS  r  ^  .".���������/  ' Vol. - XVI.'  ~jt**  "���������Wurf*li&- .ilk^ ���������_**_���������?  A"  GREENWOOD, B. 0.,.THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1030.  No, 34  v.       '    ?    .1-*���������,   ���������������,   .���������>' '���������'-_=.._!_._   &&&&2iS33������BkW&2X&&3&ig������imik iS^SS^SI^^mnSSSi^l^^^^^SS:,  ir-  Lars  e"-Stool  of  -  ' ���������   -1'  'Spring | "  .Dry G-oods and Millinery  lo  arriving.  r,i  atrons  i "HOW*  ������g early  as' :Easteiiu'  i win  save - -money, -  I'Prices are constat!'!  I'SS'i'ffia'S"^^  going up, [j  Shoes:  VfH.&<������-  Just arrived, 'our, spring stock of  the famous* Ge'0;-A*.' Slater Iuvictus  Shoes. - For comfort, stjlo and  wear these; shoe's cannot be beaten.  .Drop in and,have a look ot them-���������.  ' - "���������'-���������..-      ,       /���������'-.-'  they 'speak-'for- Ihcmsclves. '���������   r.   " * ;  ''We; also --carry' the -Reiebfoul  Shoe;* McKeen's'Great West Shoe;  Williams'' Soys, jSmeltermeii, and  Miners',Boots p Tho" Amos "Ilolden.  Sioeltermon-V Boots ; an'd'T.cckie't*  Famous Miners'"Bools.    "'--  RiisselI-taw:CauIfield-Co^  * 'ilai*dvrai;c/ " Groceries.  "���������Ml  ������i'7     B-,  >!$���������&  A  "*BSW!*5?      ' ' -".kj/������ ���������  ' w.'"i  A*?"*.,        k  l fe" - ;.&sr'li  f^5 ���������_?������_&������������������      '^J  ) '"/^f^'^X' 372  i,  'W  11  1 tlMMA  ^A*^%������_-sr   '  ���������* **l  I. If,"k-f "���������--rk���������>rrri  i) U 'A'1. ',1''- "'���������''v'���������".'���������'-1  V-^Vjk>,*jy"  FURNITURE  Bought, .Sold and Exchanged  * ' Wf  PHONE 1(5  H*  JS._Ye  *5=1X_T*=J.\UH-J1'M  Funiishinrrs.     Orockcry,  V_SS"   J3.   vLjS-'  SkC!������������.������'  Wo have jufsfc" received a shipment of Clocks of  Ihe very newes.!; dot>i-*,ns iu M:irh.*li//d Wood,  EnaWled ���������'"Wood, ami I'ii.'sion Fini,-h." Ah,o  SbniPthing    \'cry    _Tif!y    in   IF-infl--    Oloc-ka,  --V'j&yvfrleist.Gt cenwood, B.;0. "��������� '���������*'���������  ,������*k "r"-*       a ���������  - uiir J^nce&-are  The Lowest  @ "f������ S S-J18������������3 3sSO������a������3 _ i t*>*3>kSO.>Si&*������  ������? ' -' I  Alex. Macdonald 'writ over lo  KelfOii Tuesday.      '  John ir..'*Bist w:ifi a vi-ifor in  the oity-ihii: week.  D. McRride of Br"d-'.**ville was in  the city Saturday.  (<co. W. ilinnhorg'?!' of f-ho<'rii.\  was a visitor in the i-iiy Trichd.iy.  B.'rn���������Tn V,-������ncoii_\*pr. I'Vhniarv  2,")th, lo .Mr. and ."\fi-v. F, S-.^-ar-in-j,  a daught-'!-.  If-aac Cniwfoi J, Ihe 1,'ock Cn-el:  merclinnt was in t!i."*,ci'y Mondny  ancl Tuesday.  ���������"ihe chink charfrfd with nssiinit  in/fa white was up for trial r-Foiuiay  ami dipinif-srd.  ���������*" '*       i   -  \ TO. 0. Windsor, thd piano tuner,  was in the'city thin week on his  semi-annual visit.  A. li. Xoyes.,,, the .pj-ornolcr, left  for Chicago ."Tues.by. It is not  known when he will return.  Dan Murphy^ of .Denver, Colo.,  was in the city Ihiu.-Wfi'k. He is  the inventor of tho Murphy'drill.  John 3. Desrosiers*.left Monday  for Oroville, where h'o will build a  cold storage plant for P. Bums &  Co. -   -    '        '  not a .'fi'w j nr. Howard Cihictou I Ioaiii', ar.-l are *^<'?n-.- to p'v- then a  i:i0''i'cc! the Ice suveral times > t>>. Mnokfr, -md In'n'Jd -\ puis ihh* ? ink.  cvtui things up ���������and 'he, di-1. ' >*"..'xj," v-m-\ if FT ill.-v'fc cmrie;-  Bloomfield, as usu:-,!, pUya-1 ,fni ldoi--n*r, >--poW t>h'; ice-i:i riciiii* ihtic  the puck and pot il. The On^/i-1 vi!> l>- j -widri moving ihl-n v.ay.  wood   defpnsi;  didn't  jilaj* hockey j  i,i  a l)'.x ol  Tliev  a!l-.l*tt������  in tho. lic-b half, but  ii thny didn'l J    T,:i"> '!.<��������� no i-i-i  lift the puck thi-y ci=-rtciiiily did lift,. K ;:i.d If  fi^air}.  everything in white and gier-u tha������.tand omir, au   iirorna   rluii, pcrriniio.-i  c-Jini. r-n tlKir" ic-e,    Jn the i-t*c-i!xJ | t'.n- ir.vnw -.-,hen  H'-i,  on iiic.    Jr, i-,  half both rcam-j commenced to play ; i-vi-t-  n  ; i-v.-uro  to   follow -i ma'  llOckfy,       A. I,    f 11 ��������� ir>   fli/i   wniv tv:i<k .*i i t'.<l,ii .<-    un./i'..in.j    ������   ?,  \t  liinc the wore wa-k ���������> ( wi'u ,'-  hj^o.'.-jm;-;  fill.    T!u: r������v'������������������������! t"i> miuutes waa all   Try- one and b  hoc-ki'V.    CI ill' Iiu-i������"M  scored (iv'-i  a  ���������i 'ni  Ii vijjii  <���������.'������������������: vine -ii.  f: a. U'  of the seven go i  \> as  refcr-ce  and  kept,   th  pr'-Ry   well   linci  it  b  llll'i'll  fl-il'-l'  I.I.  City Oouaci  ���������At, (lie   !-''i'i|l������:-   io. ciri:'  (he  line.  Situr-liy cvi'iriiif; ooc of tin) b--,t !  f-aincs of ihe s__-'<������ji >,v;i.-> ohty-d b>-  twe-'ri th.' smoker a.-u! .Si"-diicr  Ijode, iC's-uIliii'f iu a victory for Vv.  hitter by 7 to 5. The score wj-  ~) ") at lime, the Mm her Lodo i*co:'-  in_ two go.-J:- i.->. tho extra ion  minutes.     Thi-ie  wtre  four   Mo-  cily (o-iricit JlomLiy cvi'ijin,: .ilawr  nJcl:iio-,!i and A!'!.'i-;uc!i .McKic,  Ch-.iij; ,:;:d .Sjfi'r wi'rc prc.-i'ii't,  M'-iii'i'-k of pi'.u-iou-s uic'i-tiiig were  lead fi nt! i.dnjHi"').  cji'y   tick   w.ts   instruct";!    tuf  write liir-(I. P. R.   ollk-ialrf  r������ an  iiii-U   water lato  and  ask  lli-it ;  reprcsi'iirativij  meet tlw coiiiu-il a!  .'"illans on tlio Scnelter team  Fleming, the hnnlleMfj of the clan,  who weighs ���������bo.it -i hundrod, niay  have been iiuli--creefc in body-checking '-"OO-pbiuidei's, but ho usually  gob away with the puck, ami ro-  fctiltiS couul. The other McMillaus  were somowl-at hi frier. Jud Mc-  inty re of the Mother Lodes can  tell all about it���������he tiled to pry  the Smeller-point off the ico. Tli->  teams were very evenly m���������tc!te.l,  and hockey was pl-iyed all the  time.    T Co ward  C-urieron  was the-  in biw  <������ Citv  Pastry Raked Daily ancl Al-  ���������������TiYS Fresh.  A.  -ijrksi.^'A:.  S^^S^^^Xv^j^JSy^-C-^^i^^  P  1,1?  I  i-fc-i.  ISegalar rnonlhlv meciinga o(  './^"V^rcmiwooil loileo'No. 2(J, A. P.  /\J* f A.. SI., mo lu>l<lon th.v first  .Thiir.s'i.'iy in eit-ti inoiit'i iii Fra-  .frnity hall, V.'r>.n] |i|f-.!r, Gc^ er������ni"n;  s*'r;*ci, (ir������o:r.i'i',y<i. Viiitiiig h-i-iLrei*  iii-.' cfir,;i.:l!y i'-yitcd to acfTi.   .  _ ..',*.���������,. -. nn:*-   ,., Spi s-i !i>v>.  P. W. George mof-erl his family referee and was inrjarlial Mirough-  to the city last wook/iTe has laken j out. The sLiko an 1 rider w'r>  tbe  AViiuon residence on Church  V*.7    '  t-.-t  V  . ki-.1V.-n.kl  Mllll-IF  .    k.   ,.  w  ������     &   J       il^l  )    ;,.    -,f^   ,npe������8 (.v-erv  Saiurclav csvenr.i.- in  L'nion  II.ill, Oop-  -pt'i- jlroL-r, (Jr-,c:iw-)o''il'af 7.-:":0.  - A'so I'. !!'i;'",it. Mother Loc'e liitmi  Fii'.' iv i'v,-t"."  ^ ir "MO,  J.������.    i"*  street. -     '    '  At the pale of the,- ranch and hotel by tho s-herill' Monday last, the  ranch brought $5.i'io and . the  hotel -31,000.  : Wendell Tlohnes Berry am! Miss  Sarah Ella Briley, -, both of Oroville, were married in Green\vood  Monday last by the Rev. J. A.  Bot He.  The government*'.,railway policy  p-i'lo for the  buildir.j  of 25 iuiies>  of tho Midway a-id Vernon railway  thi.-- vc-ar, ;*"������'������ miles in   *'  in 3 f>J _T. . ''  ornamcut.-d at intcrvald during t'u-  g-ime. A supuer wis given by the  losers after the gam-*,  IIOCKKV   .VOTK-*.  The Juuiors went up to Phoenix  Tuesday evening, ami, aibhongh  they did splendid tetm work, they  werrf defeated by S to 3. Better  luck nest time.  ni'xt; n-gular mec-liirg, and t.hat a  bo-i dr.iin h��������� mifc in to cii'i-y a-.v.iy  wari'r-  I'lom a~h pit, ai* roiindiioiioe  Tenders fur- supplying lumber  for M'th'-.vaik.s wtc received from  K. McKeu-'.k'and M. CVaigie. Me.  Mci-s.*ii/.ii.''s teiirlk'r w,i- lo.venli 'ind  he was ,) v-irdcd contract provided  lumber- vv-f- urinuftctured in the  district, [f not, the'contract will  be given M.r. Craig if.  Oounc;l adj (-.lrneil to meet on  the I i th in?'-.  The iioyal .-jj/il cig.ir. his been  iii-f-ro tbo prnoki'ig public for :i  ,'h,/. -n yt-ar-s. It, i.s m uie in NVtsou  and can be bougliD in newly cyory  mouri'k.iio town.  <s  il  I!  - -kr������_ -~*~-*r*~?���������rf-1  1 'trIC  lo  IX\  y*i  Vi)  A D. MORRISOW'ehop,  V. l'i������nl.i-:o-*t arri*^"! in the eity  thib week from thci Chilcoliu coun-  Iry, a di'-t-uic' of ahput futir hundred mile*-. Tie h-as''beGii app.-inti d  coiibtAhle at Ihidcdrille.*  . Jnhw T.rf-ICejv/.ifi..'^(-iii> .was {..ikon  to the hospital la-at wotk .suift-ring  from a b-ul cut in the head caused  bv a Jimb  tdiling  o:i   him   while  The Seniors are warm in their  praise of the fiportsiiri mlikt-nian-  ner iu which f.he (Ir.ind F>>ik5 team  too!: defeat .Monday nigh'.. Th'-y  Ckiino into l!i!* dre-s-ing ivita and  )IJ, rind nt.) coijgratulate.'i Ihcia on their vie-  toiy and escorted tiu *.is;tors to  the train.  ���������>   ;Grain! Folk-, t!'.*- L'-adiu-'  I  k  m  re  ii!)<-. i.-- recovt-ring rapidly.  Febru.xiy Dshool S?port.  division i���������i   l. w.vrsoj-  Pupilb ai tii.diy .-itte.-ulii'-r 27,  Aver n-f Ci.u'ly itipiul-'i'ici! 1').  Ft-rrema^f of regularus*  9.J.  Pienenl every ses-.ion -.Frederick  .Taynps, Il.--.-el Jrledputh, Francr'.s  Rowe, N'omiau Shaw, Alex. Shaw,  .Sulhoiknil .Smith, Jna Suttoa,  'ljotih' ? nt ton.  DiVrhJOiV   II���������.J   r.   MU"R!*-������1E.  *'u^il- ,il-iii iily uttk-iiif.n^- -j.O  Aviii,i.'c- k!,iii>r atf'nc! iiiL'ii '1~ 3'S  !'o!coiita_ j ot requiirit/ 'ii  j'.'-e.seoD every r-es-ion : L >o I3ir-  iii.-U,   IIutb  Bernard, Ci-anice C-ii-  hoau, Joy Ckiiiiiiii-i**, F1 mer Lewis.  T'.rayr.o   Lp^js.   Ann-i   ^IicKenz'..',  Colin   Mclnte-.h,   Vera   Jlcdp-ith.  Gra-jo    B'-dpiii],   L'iciiJe   Smith,  W v\,   - r-      rt"r-*i-k-i ���������---,... > Htibtt S.iiirh, .Jjick��������� i-tvl^r. - Ton*  thafc Ine non-player;- (fid tncir share f���������    .,,.. ' -*���������/���������-'������      -><������������������  to������vai-ds  the .-m'co.ss of ihe team, j J"c*-V f"'   ~ ' **  cr.v.MXGKAir.  "While ail the Greeuwool beam  did their best to win the di->fcnV.  cup and dt-'-ervc credit; for their  splendid work throughout the sen-  tiOason,  it  must --lei bo  forHoiten  T.iJ. H. Gocl-'ve,   m-xaa^r,   au-J | ���������    ���������>|������* ni-r.*:. cixv  ,.    ,-,   t,    ��������� ,       ���������    ' * ,  ! I iir'iN acfuillv .ittk-ii'lrrikj...  A. h. BraithWkiit.', .secretary, mnoli' w.-r-iiro duly att.;ud-.:'.-o..  ���������h  (i -  ������  The  Windsor llolr-l i-' one oi* th ���������   be&t i'uviii'-hi'cl  iion.la in the MrC!*t.    ft is incited iu tlit* hnrt of  Greenwood and within o.iay rv'teh c>f ail the* liin.n-  oial  ,Tid  commercial  institiuiorii; of ih-,-  OcpfiCk-   {'!i   |  Mi-liopoli-.    Uiv'tec? v.i'rh -tcuij and lit by ciec-. ?;'"<  'riie bn- is   {({?  of tli--- nonndarv I>jstrici  Tho.-. C. Gr.iyof \ra'ico!iv'-!-, ih-*  well krio-wi ,-ind pupuhir ���������ii'iim,:ier. j  jniidchis l.-irewell trip to the city j  I lai-t week. Iff i-- g-iir:^ into th<-i  lical estate biisincfes in tiie'lVi'iiiin.rl I  I'cii.v.  cr-cflit is-.kluo for riieir eucrgy  and t Pi-;- eutr.^-i- ut" ri^-i-l  urioothiiig over of!     **>������������������  ind   the   in my  or.U-i-  to keo.'i  * uri-ni w*������ ������. *  m  'V  '*���������"* ' W. II. .Raniho i.s clown from tin*  "���������Vest Fork. Nothing tiiiu.susl i-  happeniug aroiir.d C-avcrciel!. The  tru-jr-y  rc-jilk-i't  ���������' O'-i-uoiiic/'.i- - irupl.-'   iv .in ���������  ,-ifh ;:ll  modern hi-v.-i-a.c-s, -mci  the Cifc  a  *"     iicver cios-.-'k.    Kouin*- re-ci ved by tclcgrapii.  The Windsor Hotel Co.   .   K. J; C-a.-tic-r. .Mimaircr  "   (���������"  'I  '���������'I  ^^ ^ ^^ .  _v ���������.'���������[  a H|������*QjS^^>-5}^2^ Q'tfa    |i>ropo."tics   cm   Walhicu  moiintain  *i fc>    a^fc..^... u. .il      K- ^ k������  cnvm.,ri  p^-c-iy  waiting   for tho  Jjii.u'pr*i._rc    trtip.sff-frcd   io  any iWi Li' the Citv,    Fur-  ,. k -J  k  i an way.  - <'.-c.-r-riwor.il  Mi-icis'   imi-.n  hoi.I their -.li-vent!  pitii-ricp.    ii.c  littilo   d.u-i-k'nc  '���������acrilices ni id>:  thing.-, moving.  IvI. ;>ioomlii'id ha-  Kvord fjr tho sC-.!-"C):r  g.rt tho fence, nevt-r lauci iu  into a .-crimm-igc, got pl.'nry  haul hoc!:-, plued ihe pusk i;.\  haudiYil it '.ftcri'M- th.v.i any other  nun   iu   the   league.     lie   phsy-*  .'���������t'-ei  f-ve.-y  n-i cy   S('-aioi!  Jean  C->:e--, J. IJihv.   K-ithleen   I[i:-d:o,  Frjncid Jordin, Iliro'd McK-irz'e,  j H'-Iu-l     Pood.   ' aMnrk-I     Ked.oith.  a   uuiii'K' | Arihur Si-ie.*, C.ithaiinc Fiees, John  lie no\v:-' L'--\i*-.           iled to g''t "     "  l.iT.rk-    ,)l*  I For Slip���������v. i I'-g-' heitiug .-live  jand p'p-k'.s. Mu-ti bo sold at a baric.; in iu  old'.':-   to   make  room   for  moic important  material.    Apply  md i  i.  * it  nocin v for  the  iova oT  the fi-orr. I  ���������*��������� I  gentleman ai! the time      !  at  viii |     I ti.'    Vtie.'iiv.-oo.i  annual ball in i the <iri);-.sc--t  defk-nj- >  v.a.s  j*.*-* oni?;1,  Ths j_3ti.*nat-33.  tne ii i^'uj,  Cha-.  In t!;e  [>;���������()< i-i'-i il  ������������������stimil-.-.s  for  hisiory G-eso-  I Western "Float!  < ' 2  'i^f'^l<^SZ-^^Sr������^JS^.&&^SjiS&m^>%  Bofa-Iind wentbehiudabo'iitSlOO  on its carnival.   " -       '  Central   J-Vji-S  towiiMie of 5,000 lo!s."  J.ie Mar?cl of Keivmoosrecently  '-hot i coirgir that uneasaraii nine  !'f*i-t iri lciicth.  j Tli" T'lin Tiiiimb miue at Re-  ( public, Wash., has been leased to  ���������a .syndic������lo at that pl-ico.  , The. town of Aldermcre will be  supplied with water by a new  w-'tt'i-wo'-k:- f-y-tcr>i nc.\'t summer.  An order for fifty thousand feet  of lum1)"!' fu- th" new Telkwa  ! '���������������.-;��������� li-i- i-, being /ilic-] by the Bulk-  I,'y V.iliey sawmill.  Frank Griffith* died in the ea������t  fr-Jiii r"iri"-*r of the stoni-ich. Frank  was one of liirf most famous miners  in the Riocm district; and for years  woiked tho Wl-i-Iwood alone.  Josh Smith d!**-:! sudJonly in  Kahlo l.-ifit week. For years he  h-id b?en diy superintendent in tb-3  Club saloon, and waa highly respected by all who knew him.  The I-uli-in scare /<b- Hazel ton  has subsided to .such an extent  that a number of extra police who  cams up the river at tbo be-iinijiii"-  of the trouble were permitted to  return to che co'is-fc their services  being deemed uo longer necessary.  Another evidence of tbe way ia  which work in to be pushed on the  V.. V". & E. was seen in the num-  b-j;* of snriil 'f ruling engines which  went up on flat; ens to be used by  the coo tractors in' grading, thus  enibling them to dispense, to a  consideriblo c-'Ctenl;, with the ase  of borne-.���������-Kudley Gazette.  The Liurser Mining company,  which owiks several promising  claims "near I-Tiricr, two miles  south of C.iscade, has clone considerable development by diamoad  jibill. and is now Ielliug a contract  to drive a lrmni'1 to pie.-co tho.-veiri  250 feet below the bottom of the  shaft. The su.faee exhibit is de- >  sc-i-ibcd as i.nrnanse, having a width  of SO feet, the metallic contents be-  irK**. copper, silver aud gold, carrying values of ������20 to SoO per ton.  .Meagre details of a tragedy come  from- t-iie Eshi-l^-uvraiH   camp  at  tbt' tC)oV'oc'>[rnTifnrW^!j\,*Fay_''''  tliii  Mo!-on   Leader.    E,?ports sj-y  that the in:!I  m in, Ethel, got into  an  argument  with  one McQueeu  over  the  ownership  of a  pile of  lumber, which resulted in MoQ'ieen" .  getting  his over thi"  head with a  boird.    Lie died on his way home.  Then il is .-'lid Ethr-1 seciug hispro-  dlCki'm-'nt. heat up on  Jj:is--*'*n, sup-  ji.iscd!-.- for t'u*  puvpoae of getting  .-i lot of ���������'M-*h Jensen was  known to  have,    J^n.-ea   also died.     ICthcI  h is  di-;apt).-a:-?d.  Sheriff Thoqr  went throng". Molson this morning  and anil an rojiorfc bad reached bis  office, but Ci-roti'-r Fryer was called  ti the scene yesterday.  According to S. A. Jiigers of  ���������U'lkeri'i/I", who is  iu   Victoria to  crvicw thc government, the p?o-  is delicious in tQkStc and free Irom irapuriiics.  Order ������  a case or bottle at the earliest opportunity. -  I  emx  Br  *e���������  Wing  ~   **/Q*  .������ *-*������fc***l*MJl-  '? MSA ���������Sa^JkS' ���������������<&8<5<y$G-8-3CO>2<5������&  9  nr-ft   wilh   any .silverware, but K  C. D. Frith'h rink di-1 win Ihucoii*-  lation and   rhe gr"en and yellow  (Limiled.)  H  *;���������!  a The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 1.3S. Greenwood ������jj  il s IS  % Get yotir Razt I'SHotlcd % sweaters.    A'cxt   year Greenuood  >R a. will t-end some experienced curh-r-*  I %    p.no your Baths nt    % \ ���������.-. ii u the you nosti't-,-.-.  if Frawley's  M'-Ii'C IM  I  rii'&'52^kS*CSJ**il?S^ c  6  . .   ���������. PFiorsNix, rj. u.  Is oppofiito tho Great Northern depot and is a delightful  ''haven for the weary traveler.   Great veins of hot water  run.-through .the entire house, and bathrooms are al-*  .';���������;..   ways at tho fc-ivice'of tliOFe in, seareh of material  ���������  cJcaulincss. The dining room is an .enemy, to dyspepsia,  ��������� ������������������  while the autistic ;apjioiniuient-of the liquid refreshment  '  makes the drinks go down Jjko eating fruit in a flower'���������'-. ���������  garden,, Thcsanipic rooms'are- tbivlargpstin tlicmoiiii-  taii,iB-and  a plcaau.i-o to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL   '������������������'--.���������    - ��������� ��������� '������������������PROPRIETOR:'!]  ... ..���������������������������.������������������-. ���������   ��������� ���������������������������.���������������������������. f-f  Wm. ilt'nderv'n of Victoria was  in the city last 'wck for the pur-  po. e of choohing a site for the pro-  posed fodeio! buildings in Greenwood, lb is uiiderolood that .Mr.  Henderson'." views- wero in accord  with those of Ihe Liberal executive  and J.'.'W.   Nelson's propert}' on  |     Shop. Green wood,  a  _.       ,r . , . iii.wli-   for' r>ads  i:,   this dr-Lr'cl.  game Momuy night. :JI(K, S1()i)0 ,;1!1.lU,-n,llt.ll.v.    o.-.l-l!  lvoeho:> w.ss mm-h Ibe  ������p_"*lii������t ! Fork-, riding ^-.its, 3-? >.() Jo'fur ro i.Js,  man on the for.v.ini   line, and per- i.$_o.{-i) ) for" court   hou-o  and site,  !m|h Unit w.-u-  ih,-  i-iv.-on   be go'i,,n,]   <-���������,,.,.-) !ls.i,,.���������u.(. l0 piicu-aix.   .��������� t   rf   ., ,., .���������.���������       n  .     +; .  s..) m.ni\ lirinl kri".-!.-.    Ui- Mr..;,-!  I "'^   ������*   ti.ri.-rp.jifuion   over   tins  The iC j,ul Jf cigir  bar-jumped ,"������<���������'���������.   apprred   to   all   cla-ses  of  world, Hiv d.'ppriJcnt s.u'eJy on the  wrigou   io:iii  frei'i   tho   Canadian  it A-khcroff���������which  moaiifk adi.-t-mci* of 2:',<) mih's. The  [day i.s picking up a  rcbrsn  ���������I  i rum  the goal tender, ami   many  Kvu ���������-! "t''  promim-ruv  thro'i������h the  ex  ;frvi-;hl,   including  the   neivsbaric-"  were made by I hi.' pl'iy. Like  iJloomiii-ld, be plays fa-fc clean  hockey, after the puck all the time,  o.iyiug no attention  to the m-i-r  ci licrit  Ihvor of the tobacco out of ��������� 0| ''xii-tenc, amount to $lk20-A ton.  whidi it i.s mad1.'.  Traveling* Bad.  'lie co-*f i.f M.-mspoi tation over Shu  ro.ul Pu-TgcMtril in tire pioposal  vvhich   ,\r-.   l\cgcrs  is  carrying to  He is one-.if the very strong p!.-.y.      F. Mos'ier, who  lias ch.irpn of J t'������������ ������ovi5riiroi*uc would not be much  cr-s of tire  league aud a spoi-l for-j A. O. Hamilt'-rrs store at b'tria.-t | ���������',ortJ ,-''ul^l-(' <*1 to;--  . Jolia. 'Houiton 111.  sport's sake  Howard .  Cum oro u���������well  Tl!  ! s.-im  and   (I, I).'i-i;rei..v,  place,. rcaehctl   F.>:  from th  Goo;-,  i ���������v.v-v  win  a'������  :.    MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned, Tressed unci:  Repaired.  :    Drv Cleaning a Specialty.  -'   GEIOENWOOD. B, b.  ������>r-*<.*������ *<������r������in_! ua-.-ui *>*-1 i;** * v -^w v i n-jnuuffiaiw. irtnr m-c**>t_ *: w  0���������  Un-ehvvOoiT streets- will bo 'W'm-^.,^^.-.^.,  hi;  i)|;iv   \n,:U.v tiu.i i lUffon j������art of  the  week, coming- i    0-vii.R to. the  illncs-  of  the on*t  PHhe'cV'-ind So'ycit^ with his I ^' way of   SMiarc  river and   ibi-1 man who docs nil the wurk on Tin.  able.    Tlio   Liberal   executive are  to die congratulated on  the selection.. .' . ::.   Won tha' Jewelry.  ("ireenwood hockey team are now  champions:of-tbo Counclarj*, having won the final game from Grand  ���������Forkii Monday evening by a score  of M to .2. A bivge nilrnber w-mt  ovi  final'game...  l'J. U, warroiv pi,  point iristcMil  .of   1>   ���������McDoinih').  of  iu csti.'ii-ito.-l dislaucc of l:i.*i j Tribuii  miles.     They  i-j^rort   hiving   ex-j h-i^u not. iiad  pcricnccd ivi flier a hard trip, owing j Hope of'getting' better  kept  him  mainly   to rceoiit .thaws  late   its   subsofibiir-.s  ���������y.-iiali, ;'s   tlroir due.  (ive-year-oiil.    Jfecauiu home out-  -rail  evening with a black  cyo after a  practice game.    The  kid   wanted  explanations, and was told thafc the  optic   was   discolored     while    its  owniT was   practicing   at   point.  ���������'' Serves   you   right,'    old    rmir ! j t!"':v on travel ing o-i t!m river iva? I graphed f.ir, and if they arrive Tho  vShotild  liavc  playrvl .right   wing j i)!u'i  owing  to   J! >o le.l   i.-e.   . The j Ti-ihuim will .be soiiH-tbing  more  Htuart'i from spnding onlsi injur help ; bus  for  th:-  first -ten'.- instead of getting better  he is gefc-  mi!c..i  from,-tho   lake,   and   from   tieg wnw.    Fii^iuis  will '.bo tele-  i, ' "-��������� ��������� ���������   i ���������       ���������  rive:  w;  one a  K'ioug!" was tho' com-'^inper.-i'iirt'  at  JSMru-0   //:,'  " ' ' '       '*        nii.i  where you  meat. " Howard plays Mrung. swiff i "w*1     evepfou illy  ho;.-l:ev all th-i.|ime,' a:u.i'. uses  bis \ Chrisi'iins,   sebinm. re  riir oe  (1,    lie   \f"H  .senr. to  the fem-e:'"A*  two or turi'0  :-iir. ;!iin:ig the se:1  .ti'iide  ���������;���������������������������)     ."-.ie.   M \ili-.-r says tl  diirimr   tlie   .-������������������'.���������i.-c'iii iias bi.>  'ft" .1/  it  "���������-*       ���������    U 3 a fl  H*a ii   *%  &J    g (/"    *?!  | James Iluehanan & CoV?  I; BL'AOEC A'Sy'D'white, Mm.  ph)     ;���������     *K:  A over  bv  special, tram   to .see  the       ;  II   UbUI iLH    \&" '   rm..i.gft'ni0/. E.G. Warron.pI.ivii.llfa'  ������������������'..���������������������������     0I./1 PI/WfH] n   1?'"' r'T^/nvnv i^^'Til'' i'on! t lucres:, It  of  ?,,m������ iuibitioi:, | U'-.l. but ,-;;i!ir,- d.rii wi,,u  oe 1,-f  ��������� ni i  n i i n VY; i 5? I1 '��������� ��������� B oomlield and Cbll l''.i:;:'el did   he i   , ., ,,.             ���������    ,   , .         ,,.,    fi.,..,,,,,.,,",, ,,.,���������-,���������,,. i,,,.,.. ... ,,.,-,������������������������������������,,  iu* .i.,,i 3   ^ l * it i   %,f \j fk.    -,vi/k,.i nf,        ,   >,\   f:i,rtfi   w.Ms r;t'*t,  ami    '     - -       -        .             .                                                 s                                    i  ......                ... .          .         ,.co r n_.     .i.o     .mi..   \v.i. ..i..r. .uju ( .,   u> low.-n-r . for 'n i^'-*"''! canf-'-'*!   n.uMf. a i   i-vihsi  h.is'j thn'n a mere  record -of  ian.-l   pur-  ;i:e:'i'! eieisc notict-M.-i^orfvOeoi-fv-; Trib-.tuo  iij   ��������� Olyiiipln. oy.ster'cockfeaM-!   :  i', ; ready'at the'.Wind-so,- b'������t-t.  'avs  i.  VT  Ie** j?;.isebr,il 'Eules.  Ivc-iil K.slare,  lU'incs,  '   Tn.-:i(.ir-iiico uiul  Fruil, Liiuds.  OOliHESPONDtKCE    SOLICITED.  ������ i -  , w-1  pretty   clean . hnc*kev. 1 he   i.)ov8 \ . ....     .   .   .               ,������������������,,���������.    ,     .   ,. ��������� f.,,1;.,',, ,   r,.,<���������, , <  ������������������'. .   ,,                     i it         . ���������--.rnditiori I'd bcim; one oi tne  oe.-t all : l-l(l'-!!l*'   ';<'"i    "^  broogut tbe cop-and all. sor-tf of;       ��������� .   .          ���������-     '.,',.      t.r .���������   '���������<���������,).,,.,���������,���������,,������',.���������.'(>..  i^                  *.     . ..               i p/itinii f,iMk'*>k^  ni,   *\ie   l(;.'im. Itr; is ;*-.''iii' 'O (,'Uri)   i,i.  noises home with thetn ���������������.,(��������� ut.unci  o'clock Tuesday moniing. ���������'  1 Friday night Phoenix: team  played tbo bt.'-t of their shedule  gaiuea in Cri'tMiwopd and were d'V  feated by V to ~>. The score was a  lie af lime. In the ten rninutcs  extra lime Orr-onwood .scored twice.  "*ie liffit iialf was 'a   vory poor ex  j I'Oiiiul player-  nil  ver  )*  iHM-er ilefeiiM-d   until, after the b<-l!  rings, and then defeat h' 'oirlv  hor-.'(i'-1 '*'-"'���������'  ro-.ved. '*     .    ;,,li)"'<  Oivim- to O'-oege Clerf not heirs--1 ������,;^,'!"^<"J'-J    "f  abieloi-o  lo   Kiir-hlanl   Oiifl' Huh- \ y--"-'' '��������� '"������������������? "."I'P1 >'  ������������������!!. tlnurvn-.t pi'imiiViug of  the In-   ',", ,,l''''',,irl,p  '1 iihiiiir-...  ib-reni-c- Uv.i j m porta ut chang,'.-'  nt   le.ke.    T-i.e.in Ui-- liHu bi-obalj ru!������!.-- :  ���������;i.e sea'-on  u,-i,s|     A rniiu'er is allo������vtd   three limes  ir   I'm-   ihe S'li'irt   laki- lu-' if ,-i. player on tlie defense throws a  but' uor.s'i.go i-l   f >r i~ ie I u ��������� [ glc-vr- or a o'i.-wk as ii batted b 'U'aiiu  !'-:.i-t!ii-r  oo.-f, i   -i.-i I   i-i    tbe ! stiecei'ds in iiittiiigi!; (ir.iii.'pedc:-ilti  i  so  teririeiliaU:.-!,  w:!-.  (Ir.-il'ted   into th  simiors.    lie  m-ide, so  good   that  Tirauranco of any kind is a, good  9.  .QREtr  IMPORT  MW$%W<������$x&������m&iMMX^������Z PkODUCK; ; iKn ,: PEG VISIONS 'knocks, nnd   K.xhen. '.-������������������me, io ,'o.v prolty ...clnv.ty  OV'T  >y iii.iil.  F irt.   M':L -o i, i progress,  of   ib-ie \  s 1.1���������;r ni j     Tlio    i:o:ic!iec's    bo.f,   Ills   been  nlr.irt. l''ort   I'eo'f.'e ! limited so thiifc th-3 co.ieiro:' can not  jappronrh rmai-w'i'. to  the  fbvib b.-wo  ithaii   I;":  IVet.    Tho dead   linn Ti  drawn';, at   an   imligiuary   lint*  directly through tbo first and a-jcouc,  ba'aea,  I iiave an exfri large Plonk,of  jewelry for tbtv bolidayi. Havo <i  look ;at .iii. 'F; A.";' Black, the  ,1 i:\velnr'. T'hoi'iii'.v. ���������"  liL THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Prefect  A Story of a Stolen Necklace In Valparaiso  By GEORGE CATHERWOOD  Copyright, 19W, by American Press  Association.  It was ou board the steamer Atlnn-  tic, sailing from New York to South  America. I but we tivat became acquainted with Jim O'liorUe, a young  fellow of twenty-live, wtio had just  enough blarney and brogue in Ids tail-  to tie true to tiis name. However, he  was an expert in his line and at tlie  tiuu> 'vm.s on his way to Brazil to buy  diamonds for a .New Yoi-V lir-m.  T(im"I7"Ti-gr:ives and I lind planned  to spend I lie winter months in tlie  tropics, so when the stMiuier reached  1'aiiaina wc said goodliy lo our friend  O'lJorlvi- and went ashore, but the torrid licai of the day and the eold nights  inmle tlie climate disagreeable, so we  S'iD'i vviit on southward, and the following month we reached Chile.  I.ale one afternoon we arrived at  Valnaraiso. (lie capital of the country  and a eily of well kept streets and  rniin.v parks, lint with such poor hotels  Unit w<> decided to go out to Vina del  IM.-ir, a noted suburb and seaside re-  ������������������i-r-r. LI ere we found good aecorurno-  darinns al ihe tloiel fasaje, whose inviting porches gave a beautiful outlook over the bay.  Ilargravi's and I put ou cool whit*'  suits, such as are worn iu South American countries, and went down to the  hue evening meal, Ihe fashionable one  of i he day at Chilean hotels.  As a waiter bowed us to a table we  iinexpeetcdly came ou our old friend  O'K'Tke. who was dining with another  American. When he caught sight of  us his good nature'* Irish face broadened into a smile.  "Hello, fellows!" he cried, shaking  hiinds cordially. "I'm certainly glad  to find you here."  "I thought you were in the wilds of  Brazil." I said, laughing.  "I was for awhile," he answered,  "but I'm going home now. 1 came  over to Valparaiso to see ruy friend  here, the consul." And, turning to his  companion at tlie table, who had risen,  lie introduced us.  "Mr. Cuthbert, two friends of mine  -from the States���������Mr. Uargraves and  "Mr. .Moore."  'flu- consul greeted us heartily, and  ttvNvairer arranged places for us at  the same table.  During lire meal O'Rorke told us of  his travels in Brazil, and Uargraves  and 1 recounted our adventures in  l'ni-amii. The consul also proved very  entertaining and was in the midst of  describing a trip down tlie coast when  a messenger aopeared and handed him  a nnre. '  "1 Have Utile time of my own." said  the consul, rising, and, excusing himself, he left the room.  Through a nearby window tlie evening air came in with delightful coolness after the heat of the day. rind in  the gay surroundings the meal passed  hapnily. Llere aud there in the room  was a tourist from the States, but the  majority of the tables were surrounded by wealthy natives, and the chatter of the Spanish language sounded  incessantly.  Many of the women wore jewels,  nnd as we passed out pur attention  was attracted especially to a corner  table near the door, where a niau in  uniform sal with one of the most beautiful .Spanish..women' 1 had ever seen.  1 liiiuk her beauty first attracted me.  though ail noted the 'elegant necklace  . that encircled her throat and the large  diamond that formed its central ornament, in a "."moment we had passed on,  and a screen separated U3 from the  couple- at the table.  "Did you see that woman?" exclaimed Uargraves.  "Yes." I replied, "and her diamond  lied-lace."  "1 got only a glimpse of it," said  CVlkorke. "bul it was a beauty."  YVp stopped in the doorway, and as  n waiter approached O'ltorke motioned  toward tlie*screen and asked, "Who is  the lady at the tirst table*."  The servant replied In broken English. '-Senora (Jarclas, tlie owner of  tlie l-asaje."  "And (he gentleman?" O'Rorke pursued.  Thp wr.lter looked surprised at the  qtic--fl.il*. "The prefect of police," he  said In an awed whisper.  Our crnversntlonTnirst have reached  the ear* of tlie couple In question, for  nf that instant tlie uniformed prefect  nppeiins! around tlie edge of the screen.  uinI, bowing in sarcasm to O'ltorke. he  naked haughtily. "Can 1 be of service  to the HenorV" The tone was Insulting.  nnd for a moment we stood speechless.  O'ltorke. however, was equal to the  occasion, and. Imitating the bow of the  prefect, he returned with equal flavor.  "Nol that I know of."  The officer glared at us for an In-  i-fnrit. then turned on ills heel one! disappeared behind the screen. Westnred  at enolr other nonplused, l-'lnally .11 in  burst out laughing, and we continued  our ������������������������ii.v to the porch.  Soon the stars shone In clusters In  thp clear sky. such an only tropical  elimirrps pprmlt. and gay throngs (Hied  the porches and promenaded on Hie  walks near the hotel. From somewhere came the silver notes of a mandolin nnd the sound of distant singing  We sat on tbe veranda smoking until  It wns late. Then Jim remembered a  stllello be bad bought as a souvenir  and went up to his room to get It.  A  few  minutes later a disturbauec  came from within.   A womaii scream-  ...���������".I.  nnd a nrnn's voice called out In  Spanish.  Uiii-gnives and I rushed In wllb the  oilier guests that had heard the noise,  and at ihe foot of the stairs a strange  sight met our eyes. Lying prostrate  on the Moor was the beautiful Seuorn  (.'iircliiM. with eyes closed and hair  disheveled, while around her neck was  n red band, almost bleeding, as though  tire uc-cklace had been snatched off  u-llli violence.    Up "on the stairs the '  prefect grappled with O'ltorke, and as  they swayed back and forth with uu-  i-ertain fouling ihe lighl gleamed from  a si Hello In ihe laiier's hand.  It was the prefect ihat had called  for hell), and before we could reach  them to assist O'Uorke a half dozen  of Ihe hotel servants appeared, and  .11 in was overpowered. The prefect  disengaged himself with difficulty from  .11 m's embrace and stood panting.  ���������'Lock this- fellow up until police  come from ihe city," he ordered. But  Margraves ancl I Interposed.  "What's the trouble. Jim?" I called  ro O'Uorke.  The prefect tried to keep bim'Trom  replying, lint Jim cried: "lie stole the  senora's neck lace. It's in his pocket."  At this Ihe prelect turned on him  with a siring of oaths. "Villain!" he  hissed. "You look ihe necklace, and  if it had not been for me (he senora  mi'-hi have fared worse. Thank heaven, I nrrived in lime to save her from  your stiletto!"  The . retainers wrenched the knife  fi'inii O'Uorke's hand, and the crowd  surged up hissing, lor nothing excites  iht' Lai in mind like the sight of naked  weapons. Tlie affair was becoming des-  perale for O'Uorke. but luckily at this  moment Mr. Ciillibei'l pushed through  I lie crowd, which fell back sullenly as  they recognized I lie consul,  "Hold ou there!" he called as Ihe  wallers tried lo drag Jim away.  "There must lie some mistake, prefect.  I know .Mr. O'Uorke quite well, and  uo diMilii we can settle this affair in a  moment.''  The prefect interrupted angrily, but  (he consul turned his hark ou him and  asked Jim to explain what had happened.  "i had gone up to my room for this  sliletti). a curio which 1 wished to  show my friends on tlie porch," Jim  explained, "and on my return from the  head ot the siairs I saw the senora in  tlie hands of a man who held her by  the throat. I shouted to him to let  go and was surprised to see it was Ihe  prefect, who by thai time had wreuc-h-  ed loose Iter necklace and slipped it  Into his pocket. Then, realizing that he  was caught, he rushed at me as though  I was the culprit."  The prefect stamped his foot nnd  shouted "Liar!" But the consul held  rhe floor, and Jim in proof of his honesty turned his pockets inside out. As  he emptied his right hand pocket a  glimmering gold chain fell from it. at  the sight of which he staggered as  (hough lie had been struck. It was  the diamond necklace.  An exclamation broke- from the onlookers, and ihe prefect, catching sight  of the jewel, sprang down the stairs  Willi a malicious shout of triumph he  held it up before I lie view of all.  But "lie who laughs last laughs  best." The prefect had overreached  himself, for entangled in the meshes  of the chain was his police whistle  engraved Willi his own name. "Pedro  Menendos." Unknown to him, it had  clung io the necklace during the scuffle when, in order lo throw the blame  on O'ltorke, be had transferred it to  ihe hitter's pocket.  Uargraves aud I could not restrain  a cheer, and some of Ihe crowd in tlie  hallway joined with us, though others  billed with their country man. The face  of the prefect blanched, but he fell  back on Ihe dignity of his otiice.  "This proves nothing," he said  haughtily.  "II proves the necklace was In your  pocket!" ���������Uargraves called out. and  what might have been a general riot  was at this moment prevented "by Senora Oarcias regaining consciousness.  I-'or au instant she swept the crowd  willi a bewildered, glance; then as tier  eyes fell nn the prefect she realized  the situation and. with a cry of anger,  snatched her necklace from his hands.  ."Oh. you 'Migrate!".,, she'.exclaimed.  "You preieiideil to love me, but it was  only for my jewels. I owe my life no  doubt to this young man." And she  turned to O'Uorke. "He arrived just  in time to save me." Then as -her  hands;caught tlie police' whistle she  disentangled it from the chain and  hurled it in'the. prefect's face.  "It is n lie!"-he. reiterated.  The crowd, however, easily swayed  from one decision to another, closed in  on the guilty, otlieer and forced him  up on the stairs. Injhat elevated position he liecime the target for various missiles that chanced to be handy  until, drawing the dress sword that  hung at his side, he ..brandished it in  a circle nt arm's length. In this manner lie fought his way through the  crowd and made his escape by a rear  door.  Later Hnrgraves and I laughingly  suggested that'Jim.might supplant tbe  prefect In the senora's affections, but  he declared lie had enough of South  American dealings, and we left the  next morning ou a I'acilic steamer.  BEHIND SEALED DOORS.  How   tho   British   Admi ratty   Guards  Its Secrets.  Ofliciully,   it   has   been   stated   that  some of  the  plans of  the  celebrated  mystery  ship,  the Indomitable,  have  di.s_ppeu.red.    These   consist   of   confidential  drawings    supplied    to    the  contractors, and they  should  now be  in  the  possession  of   the  Admiralty.  While the  very   closest  .search   has  been made, the First Lord ol the Admiralty has stated th-at it is not ex-  ���������pected   the   possession,   of   them   will  be regained.  Some little time ago, the Admiralty  decided that all new ships should be  built with the greatest secrecy, every  effort being made to avoid letting  uny information at all reach foreign  Governments. Every man connected  witli the /work has to take an oath  that he will not reveal anything  which comes to his knowledge. No  longer is any outsider allowed near  the building warship. Yet, despite  all precautions taken, confidential  plans of the greatest value have disappeared.  it is well-known that certain foreign  Governments will pay almost any  sum to obtain possession of some of  our closely guarded secrets.' It is also  the case that many foreigners arc employed iu the drawing olliccs of some  of the warship-building contractors.  As evidence of the big sums wliie.li  are paid, it may be mentioned that  some time ago it was discovered that  a traitor in the Russian army, Col.  Grim, had received no less than ������80,-  00(1 from Germany and Austria for  the sale of confidential information.  In our great warship-building  yards, such is tlie secrecy observed,  that even workmen are not allowed in  certain departments unless provided  with a special puss. Any man attempting to entei such a department  will  be dismissed   insta.ntly.  It is frequently the case that the  entrances to some of the workshops  are guarded by special armoured, fireproof doors, and entrance and exit  can orrlv he made when the doors are  specially unlocked hy the oflicial hav  ing charge, of the key. These keys  arc retained in the head office, and  cannot be removed without tlie express sanction of high officials. In all  cases an entrv has to be made in a  book, stating who has had possession  of the keys, and the reason, the exact  time of removing and replacing the  kevs beiiur noted.  then, the men employed in these  confidential departments are especially picked, ancl are subject to heavy  penalties in the case of the slightest  dereliction of duty. The men are not  chosen until the strictest investigation has been made with regard to  their history and habits.  1    -  '  ��������� The tortures of Eczema  can scarcely be describedf  ""    -.-*--������*. 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Hindu girls go through several  superstitious -rites in order to obtain  a good husband. The "worship of  Gauri, or i'avati, is the consort of  dlnva, and on the tweltth day of the  first month of the monsoon season,  little girls between the ages of live  and ten years foirn an earthern image  of Gauri. and dress it up in clothes.  )On either side,they have set a vessel full of earth,'in which they have  sown wheat and barley. The morning  of the twelfth, as soon as they get  up, they go to the river side to bathe.  Returning thence, they proceed to  some place where all the female children or" the village or quarter of the  town are assembling, and thence the  whole proceed together, singing songs,  to the house of sonio Brahmin to  whose care the image of Gauri has  boen entrusted.  'lliey now worship thi goddess with  thc sixteen prescribjd ceremonials,  making her presents, which fall as  perquisites to the Brahmins. The  mothers, or elder sisters of the girls,  at this time prompt them to ask a  boon of the goddess, and the children,  one after another, say, "Gor! Ma!  Grant me a good liriuegroom." The  festival is not a little suggestive.: It  is. not so. .poetic, as that otlier festival  celebrated by Moore, during which  Hindu maidens float little lamps on  the Ganges, and go away disheartened  if the tiny lights do not reach the  opposite bank in safety.  The Best Time  "And you consider autumn the best  time for calling in your profession?"  interrogated the housewife, as she  handed out the pumpkin pic. "Ah,  yes, mum," sai'd Truthful Tim, as he  tipped his hat, "it is then dat de  lawn mower has been laid away and  de snow shovel isn't working yet."���������  Lady (engaging servant)���������"I ought  to tell you that we are all strict teetotallers here. I suppose, you don't  ���������.mud  that?"  Mary Jane���������"Oh, no, mum. I've  been in a reformed drunkard's family  before."  T was cured of "Rheumatic Gout by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Halifax. ANDREW KING.  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  LT.-COL. C. CREWE READ.  Sussex.  I was cured of Acute Rheumatism by  MINARD'S LTNIMENT.  Maikham, Out.      C. S. BILLING.  The Silent Bell.  Mr. Bin (Ten-What: Hasn't the landlord sent anybody here yel to fix that  front door bell? I'll go right down am.**  see him.  Mrs. BlulTen-Don't bother about It.  John. Walt n week or so. It's about  time for the InsraHjueiir collector to be  coming nrouud.-Cathollc Standard and  Times.  ,    * Poor Papal  Tommy-Manmiii. why have you got  papa's hair In a locket7  ��������� His Mother-To remind me that he  once   hail   some.   Tommy. ��������� Jewelers'  Weekly.  The Franklin Expedition.  The greatest tragedy, of the far  north, says a writer in The Boston  Herald, was that of the Sir John  Franklin" expedition. Franklin sailed  in 1845 with two ships, the Erebus  and the Terror. They passed up the  west coast of Greenland, and were last  seen in latitude 74 degrees 48 minutes.  For-three years nothing was heard of  the party. .Then expeditions were sent  out, and the discovery after years of  the. records of the voyage as well as  of many skeletons showed that the  commander, o(Ii<*e. --Mid crews of tlief  two vessels, to \*e number of 1,'H,  had perished t o. man. Their fate  was only finally rceale'lm 1854 by  Dr. Rac of the Hudson Bay Co. and  in 1859 by Captain McClintock.  "Three Nights."  Sir Henry Irving had a number of  old pensioners who, though they;had  never risen above "deep-thinking"  parts, yet considered they were infallible experts on matters dramatic.  Shortly before one magnificent but  ill-fated Lyceum production, of which  a certain super had no exalted opinion, Sir Henry Irving, towards the  end of a rehearsal, had a long consultation with his two colleagues on  matters musical and artistic.  A pessimistic veteran then called to  a fellow-super and pointed out the  distinguished trio to him with pity  in his voice.  "Just look at 'em!" said he. "Pore  ole Sir 'Knry Irving, pore ole Sir  Alexander Mackenzie, ' nnd pore ole  Sir Alma-Tndema! Three bloomin'  knights���������and that's abart as long as  tlie bally piece will run I"  Mean Tramp.y  "And will you chop some wood If I  give you a slice of my own homemade  pie?" asked the housewife.  "Ah. mum, it would be a waste of  time," hastened Gritty George, tipping  his hut.  "I'd much rather maul ralla."  "But why would you rather maul  rails?" )  "Cause den I could use de pie as a  wedge, mum."��������� Pittsburg Post  She���������So you told Lady Buncomb she"  looked as young as her daughter?  That caught the old lady, I know?  He���������Yes; but it lost me thc daughter.  To discern and deal immediately  with causes and overcome them, rather than to battle with offects after the  disease has secured a lodgment, is  the chief aim of the medical man, and  IJickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is  the result of patient study along this  particular line. At the first appearance of a cold the Syrup will be found  a most efficient remedy, arresting .development and speedily, healing the affected parts, so that the ailment disappears.  Nothing to   Withdraw  Her Husband���������If a man steals, no  matter what it is, he will live to regret; it.  His Wife���������During our courtship you  used-to steal kisses from me.  ���������������������������"H-*-r Husband���������Well, you heard what  I"said.  Old Lawyer (to young partner)���������  "Did you draw up old Moneybag's  will?"  Young Partner���������"Yes, sir; and so  light that all the relatives in the  world can not break it."  Old Lawyer (with some disgust)���������  "The next time there is a will to be  drawn up I'll do it myself."  A Different Story Very Soon  '���������'Joynes���������"I tell you, Singleton,'.'you  don't know the joys and felicities of a  coritunteij, married life, the happy  flight of years,, the long, restful calm  of������������������" ...���������'������������������.  Singleton���������"How    long    have  been married?"  Joynes���������"Just a month"  you  Making It Plain.  The following simple and explicit directions are posted up )n a hotel on  (he Nordfjord:  "The Fire Escapel���������Directions for  use: Tbe one end of tbe rope Is to be  fixed at tbe hook In tbe window frame;  tho other Is to turn out of the window;  The plaited snotter, which Is Uxed at  (he log of wood, is to be put under  your arms, whereupon you- may safely  let yourself elide down. You mny regulate the hurry by keeping the rope  under tbe log. If more persons are to  to be saved you have to pull up the  contrary end of'the rope, Dx this at  (lie hook aud go on till nobody is left.-'  In disorders and diseases of children drugs  seldom do good and  often do harm.  Careful feeding and  bathing are the babies'  remedies.  coifs Emulsion  is the food-medicine that \  not only nourishes them ���������  most, but also regulates \  their digestion.    It is a '  wonderful tonic for chil- j-  dren of all ages.   They j  \ rapidly gain weight and j  health on small doses. \  POR SAI,E BY AI,I, DRUOGUT8  NOT INVINCIBLE.  When Art "Experts Are Taken In  by  Crooked   Dealers.  All "antiquities" are not antique.'  fhe art of the art-faker is an art that  conceals itself, and often enough,it  ie. almost impossible of detection.  Ihe doubt,,.-for instance,-that has  been cast by art experts generally upon the wax bust attributed to Leonardo da Vinci���������pronounced Layonar-  do da Vinchi���������purchased by Dr. Bode  for the German Government for ������8,-  000, is by no means an isolated incident in the history of art collecting.  It has yet to be decided whether  this bust is the work of the great and  versatile' Leonardo or Mr. Cockle Lucas, the recently deceased wax modeller; but it is an undeniable fact that  there is hardly a public- collection  that does not contain several items,  the authenticity of which- would not  bear investigation.  At the Victoria and Albert Museum,  the Louvre, and .-.elsewhere, it has  more than once been discovered that  treasures that had been long venerated as unique are most flagrant fo"r-  geries.  Some years ago, a Parliamentary  commission was held upon the contents of the museum at South Kensington, and very early in the evidence  it transpired that tho predecessor of  the then curator had removed over  I iffy objects, as cither forgeries or  rts absolutely worthless, which hud  been considered of great importance  and  value.  For instance, the authorities purchased three items at the famous  Hamilton Palace sale in 1S62' all of  which proved to be other than was  supposed. Those were the Agate Cup,  purchased for $2,500; the Cardinal  Wolsolcy chair; and a Verbis Martin  cabinet, which coot the nation no less  than $-1,000.  The cup proved to be a made-up  piece, worth, at the most, $250; the  chair, which was supposed to be English fifteenth century work, turned  out to b-2 Cingalese work of the eighteenth century; and the cabinet,  though partly genuine, was discovered to contain panels made by a man  who later, upon obtaining employment  at the museum, readily recognized his  Handiwork.  There is also at South Kensington a  statue attributed to Michael Angelo  which many claim to be a made-up  piece; whilst a terra-cotta bust of  Savonarola in the same collection, purchased iu thc middle of last ceniury  as a genuine example of fifteenth century work, was laW discovered to  be of quite modern manufacture.  In the National Gallery there is  more than one work, the attribution  of which does not meet with general  acceptance.  In 1904, when the portrait of Arios-  to, by Titian, was acquired for the nation for the huge .sum of $150,000.  there were many who claimed���������and,  in fact, still do so���������that the portrait  was not by Titian; and,* moreover, that  it was not a portrait of the famous  Italian poet.  Another remarkable instance of experts -being hoaxed is that of the  pin chase oi a picture, reputed to be  by the great French landscape artist  Corot, for the New Dublin Gallery oi  Modern Art,  a few'years ago.  The   sensational    discovery   at  the  ���������.in Picture Gallery that, of the 250  pictures labelled with the greatest  names in the history of art, only seventy were genuine, "'is still fresh in  the memories of most readers.  The Diner Who Waited   '.  Slow Waiter���������"Have I ever been in  the country, sir? No sir. Why do  you.ask?"  Tired Customer���������"I was just thinking how thrilling you'd find it to sit  on a fence ancl watch the snails whiz  ������y-"  v-     'I-       ���������    : .  "Dry Cure"  For Colds.  A fact that ought to please all the  sufferers from colds, and they are  legion, is that there exists an infallible  cure for them, according to Dr.  fiomme, of Paris. Dr. Homme adds  that it is an English cure, and is,  moreover, some 150 years old, having  been discovered by an English physician. Dr. J. B. Williams, who was well  known at the end pi the eighteenth  century.  This marvelous and simple cure consists in abstaining from all liquids  during a:jperiod'of 24 or 48 hours,  starting from the moment when the  sufferer feels the first irritating symptoms of a "cold in the head."   ;  Bread, fish, vegetables, "white"  meat and pudding may be eaten, but  beverages should be ' taken in very  small quantity���������a spoonful of tea, coffee, or inilk in the morning, and a  small glass of water before going to  bed���������or, if possible; not taken at all.  It is not necessary to remain at home.  The dry cure,'''iii fact, is more raprd  and complete if the sufferer breathes  iu the open air. _,���������  Dr. Steinberg, the well-known Viennese medical authority, fully believes  in this old English cure, and considers it as thoroughly efficient. He has  modernized it by forbidding soup  ^whicli is more liquid than solid, and  even the small quantity of tea or milk  of Dr. Williams' system. But he allows a small glass of wine and water  during the day. \  !  Bend 10c., name of paper and this nd. for  our beautiful Savings Bank and Cliild'i  Slcetch-O'iok, Bach bank contains a  Good I<uck Penny,  SCOTT A BOWNE  126 Wellington St., West, Toronto, Ont.  Got a   Prize.  Wertheimer,   a   London   art  dealer,  was one day passing through Mayfair  when he noticed a sale, about to take  place of the "furniture, arrd household  effects of a deceased nobleman."-. He  walked through the rooms wore dealers  were  critically examining  choice  specimens   of   undoubtedly    genuine  Chippendale arid Sheraton, interspersed among early Victorian   furniture,  his eyes apparently dwelling on nothing.   But when the sale was about to  begin  he asked  thc  auctioneer if he I  would  take $25,000 for everything in !  the  house.   The offer was  accepted. \  "Now  you can  resell  everything  for j  me,"  said   Mr. Wertheimer,  "except;  this,"  and  he took  down   from   the j  mantelpiece a   dirty   ornament some |  nine   inches   high   and   put  into   his j  pocket.    It was a piece of-the rarest-  Dresden   china,  bearing   the  coveted  mark  of   the   wand   of Aesculapius,  which he afterward sold for $50,000.  Canada's Manufactures.  The capital invested in the various  manufacturing industries in Canada  amounts to $834,000,000, an increase of  86 per cent; in five years; while the  total deposits in chartered Canadian  banks on November 30, 191)6 equalled  nearly $100 per capita foi everyone,  man, woman and child, as against $38,  per cauita tea vourn aco  Cause for Thanks  We ought to be thankful,  We ought to be glad,  When 'we think of thc ailments  That wo haven't had.  W. N. U., No, 773,,  An al'on wanted to ho naturalized  and v as required to fill out a blank.  Thc first three lines of tho blank had  the following auctions: "Name?"  "Born?" And' "Businobs?"  He answered:  "Name���������Michael Lcvinsky." -  "Bom-Yes."  "Business���������Hotter)."  Landlady���������"Yes, I must confess I  ���������have a weakness for coffee."  Boarder���������"It must be, sympathetic.  The coffee has the-same quality,"  The Passing Hour  The Lady���������My 'ushand, sir, 'as sent  me to say 'o won't be able to come  and do the,little job you arst 'im to;  'c's promised to go round tho town  with the unemployed."���������M. A. P.  Soon after the King had passed the  huge concourse of children at Mouse-  hold, Norwich, recently, a little girl  was seen by her teacher to be crying.  "Why are you crying; didn't you see  the King?" asked the teacher. "Yes,  but, please teacher he didn't see'me,"  sobbed tlie little girl.'  A  Safe   Man  "Do you think he's a sifo man to  Irusi, on a dangerous mission?"  "Surely! The best you could get.  He's played'Siintii Glaus for five years  now without-once getting his whiskers  near the lighted candles."  m best mmi m @w*5������������%ds  It is so pleasant to taker-stops the  cough so quickly. .- Absolutely safe  too and contains no opiates.  All Druggiats, 25 cent*. ���������  It's better to know'more than you  tell than to tell more than you know.,  Thc right kind of a conscience has  handicapped many a man in the race  for wealth.  Minard's Liniment cures gargit in cows  "Sit still, boy."  "Can't, pa; I'm a figctarian." '  ���������Seedy Gentleman (to butcher)���������You  say you have cuts to suit all purses.  What sort of a cut have you for an  empty purse.'1  IJutcher  (running    him'   cut)���������The  cold shoulder, to be-sure.  ID YOU EVER FIGURE  THE COST of a single.day's  baking ��������� the material, fuel,  time and labor���������and consider  that it is all wasted if the  ^baking is a failure?  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The County of Dufferin is just be-  _....��������� U..���������U1U uc uuupu;u to mose i . ���������-.- ""������������������j' oi juuucrm is mst be-  who have the heaviest, stake in the i Uinni]-S to realize'the great loss it has  country;   for   whom    misgovernment Xsi-'8wmed in the death of its Federal  means   Tint   mn?-'-fi<k,4   -...J..   ���������,_   ���������*:_.._,   i lllpmhor   r\t    n���������-li .      ,,        ,   ,     "-A"'  0.-B  ft  Mz  AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE  knows that Sunlight Soap  means a wonderful saving of  time and labour in house-  cleaning.  Whether with hot or cold,  water, nothing gets the dirt  off so quickly and without  injury as Sunlight Soap.  Sunlight makes the home  as fresh as new.  i  An  Unknown Tongue  Mr. Howard was a man of exceedingly few words. He positively disliked to talk, as an Indian dislikes  lo sin Ho. One day he went into a  music store to buy the .music of an  opera for his sister The clerk''came  up, and to him Mr. Howard said in  his quiet way:  "'Mil-ado' libretto."  The salesman frowned.  "What's that?" replied the other.  '.' 'Mikado' libretto,"   repeate'd    the  other.  "Me no spenlcce Italiano," said tho  clerk, shaking his head.  A^scrvicc paper relates an amusing  story of a major in the Indian army,  who employed  a native cook, skilful  at curries, but not omniscient with regard to European- cuisinerie.   On one-  occasion the major'received a present  of some English rhubarb, and,  being  fond of this delicacy,-handed it to the  icook.    "You  know what  to'do  with  that, cook?" he said, and thc native  signilied that he did.   Dinner-time arrived,  nnd  the major returned   from'  parade to be met by his cook   with  many salaams.   "Sticks'damp, sahib,"  he  blurted  distractedly,  "no    dinner  ready. Fire won't light!"    When the  major went to the kitchen ancl fount!  his cook had "been trying to light the  fire with the precious rhubarb his remarks at all events were fiery.  v. "We've been having a regular clearance   at  home,"  explained   Jones   at  /his office, "throwing all sorts of things  away.   I put one of my wedding presents on tho fire this morning."  "Did   you,    really,"    asked   a   col  league.    "What was it?"  "A copper kettle!" replied Jones.  "Will you never give up smoking,  dear Adolphus?" v  "No," replied the depraved smoker  and punster; "I shall smoke as long  as I chews"  Mrs. Henpeck���������"Who were the three-  wise men, Job?"   "Bachelors."���������Life.  _      . -..-_������ MMUkjVIViUlill>U'l  means not mortified pride ofr stinted  luxury, but want and pain and degradation and risk to- their own lives  and to their children's souls." Mr.  George "Russell has put these noble  words in the forefront of his memoir  of the late Sir Wilfrid Lawson, and  they give the keynote of the life portrayed therein.  Sir Wilfridr Lawson is described by  one who knew him as an "absolutely  honest man." His life shows it. He  entered politics in 1859, and, left them'  in' 1906. Yet he was the same man  all through. The ideals he fought for  at Carlisle in 1859 he'fought for until  his -death. He never ' faltered; he  .never changed. Some of his ideals  have been accomplished. Others remain ideals. But there is not one  which was, or is, not noble and unselfish.  He was once described as a "gloomy  fanatic."   Probably a.more gross misdescription  was   riever   penned.    He  came of a sturdy Border stock.    The  Wyberghs of Clifton have been there  since the days of the Third Edward.  The Lawsons of Brayton were another  ancient  Border   family,   which   had  again and again represented Cumberland    in  Parliament. ��������� In    180G, ' Sir  Wilfrid Lawson looked   round   about  him for an heir, ab he was childless,  and he   chose   his   nephew, Thomas  Wybergh, who assumed the name   of  Lawson, and from him our hero was  descended.   Young Lawson's life was  that of   an   ordinary country squire,  save  that the religious surroundings  of his home were more marked.   But  withal there was little of stern sour  Puritanism about the home at Brayton.   "My father enjoyed a long day's  hunting or shooting almost to the end  of his' life, and in skating and playing hockey on the ice,he often tired  out younger men." --  And the love of open-air life and  field sports passed on to the son.  Many thousands have asked., the  question, "D'ye ken John Peel?"  Young Lawson "ken'd" him, and he  bought the hounds that Peel had  hunted, improved the pack, arid ��������� became Master of the Cumberland Foxhounds. Incidentally Sir Wilfrid  settles tho right reading of the old  song,- "With his coat so gay" is the  conjectural emendation of those who  cannot conceive of a huntsman without a red coat. But Lawson says,  "his gray coat is no more a myth  than himself, for -I well remember the  loni?. gray garment."  This, then, is the type of man who  sought to enter politics in 1857. A  typical English gentleman, bating  an ancient name, heir.-.to a 'large inheritance; and a thorough sportsman I  And, with-all this, there was a sturdy I  Mrs. Newwed���������"He who rocks the  cradle rules the world; don't.forget  that." ------,  Mr.-Newwed���������"Then you conic in  and rule the world awhile; I'm tired."  Master���������"Tommy, if you gave your  little brother nine sticks of peppermint, and took away seven, what  would that make?''  $100 Reward, $100.  Th������ readan ol thla paper ���������UT b������ pleaMd to leim  Hut there I* it taut one dreaded dlatau that aclsneo  kaa been able to our* la all lie itacee. and that k  Catarrh. Hill's Catarrh Cure b the only, poertlrt  sure now known to the medical tralarnltjr. . Catarrh  kelnf a oonatttutloual dUoue. requires a eonstltu-  Uoaal treatment. Hill's Catarrh Cure la taken ta-  Urnilly. aotlni directly upon the blood and mnootia  juftaisei ot the sriiem. thereby deatmyhf the  toxitdatlea of the dtaean. and ihrlog the patient  striBfth by bulldlnf up th������ constitution and inlet-  lflf nature is doing IU work. 1>e proprietors Tuts  so much faith In Its euratlTe powers that they offer  One Hundred Dollare for aay eue that It lalla to  ture.  Send for Hit of teeUmoalak)  lAddreee T. J. CHENEY * CO.. Telede, O.  Sold by all DruHtat*, rie.  Take Kail's 'amity Fun far ceutlssUos.  Radicalism which never changed and  never faltered.  The first essay for Parliament was  unsuccessful, but in 1859 young Law-  son stood with  his uncle, Sir James  Graham,    of    Netherby,    Canningite,  Whig,  Peelite   and  Liberal,   a hardhitting  politician  of  the  old   school,  whose favorite aversion was Disraeli.  Lawson was roused but of bed in the  middle of the night by a deputation  of   Carlisle   Liberals,    and���������"in   my  robes   of   repose"���������he   furnished -��������� his  election address there and then.   He  was returned after a stiff contest, and  'took .part in .the fights, of Lord Pal-  merston's last administration.    Here,  perhaps,  we may  finish off Sir Wilfrid's electoral  experiences.    He was  turned out of Carlisle in 1865. but won  the seat back in 1868 and held it until  1885, when he stood for Cockcrmouth  and  was defeated  by ten  votes,  the  Irish  voitr*"going   against   him.    In  1886 the Irish vote went for him, and  he held the   seat   until   1900,   when  khaki proved his undoing.   Camborne  gave him a refuge in 1903, and he returned  to Cockermouth  in 1906.  member of Parliament, the late Dr  John Barr, who died recently. Already scores of people are heard discussing the impossibility of fillm?  his place. From the busy streets of  the village to the lonely homes on  the township side roads a unanimous  ���������expression of regret is voiced by the  people regardless of their political  opinions.  For nearly half a century he was a  resident of the county and became  so identified with its interests, both  in his private kindnesses and public'  benefactions, that-he was looked upon  as, a county institution. Some idea  of his great popularity as'-a physician  may be gained from the fact that in-  the Township of Osprey there was  only one house to which he was not  called in his capacity as medical advisor, although this township is not  situated in Dufferin, its nearest boundary being 15 miles north of Shel-  burne.  Upon the formation of Dufferin as a  separate  county in   1875,   he  became  its first member of Parliament,   and  with tho exception of the short period  when political lines were obliterated  by  the   transient  patron   movement,  he has been in public life ever since.  Ho   knew the County   of   Dufferin  bettor probable than any other man  who ever lived in  it,  and hundreds  looked upon him as a personal friend.  Ho was a great dispenser of hospital-  ���������ity and   the very antithesis   of   the  modern  politician,   who   forgols ��������� his  supporters after the day of election.  To those in trouble he always gave a  sympathetic ear and did whatever lay  in his power to aid them in their difficulties,  and   although   he   accumulated a* fortune in the practice of his  profession,   he was   never   known to  enter court to recover a claim.  To these many excellent qualities  he owed his great popularity as a  public man, and was generally returned to Parliament with one of the  largest majorities in Canada given to  rural members.  As a public man, his influence was  always exerted for the benefit of his  constituents and he was looked upon  as one who could not, under any circumstances, be influenced to betray  this trust. To his influence may be  traced^ many reforms in the law directly'benefiting the common people.  He was pointed out by representatives  of the Quebec press in Ottawa as a  model member for a rural constituency. Although a supporter . of the  Temperance ^ind Moral Reform Movement in Parliament, he was a-great  lover of individual freedom in personal tastes and was looked upon as a  connoisseur in all the requisites for  the con vi vial board.  He had the happiness to be united  in marriage to a lady who had the  grace of perfect breeding and enjoyed  in her sphere of action an equal popularity with himself..  The only suspenders worth a name, because  },������.������-?]y ������nes with that all-important feature���������the  "Sliding Cords."   Try them. All dealers, 501 cents!  Light, medium and heavy weights.  GET THE GENUINE-  PRESIDENT ON EVERY BUCKLE.  Plenty of Purpose .   .  "T have here a poem."  "Is it a poem of any snrious purpose?" inquired the editor of the Highbrow Magazine. ���������  "Yes, sir; it was uriltn to pay a  wash bill with."���������Louisville Courier-  Journal.  FOR ��������� THE_PUBUC  New Formula   Cures   Coughs,   Colds,  Bronchitis   and   Hoarseness  in Five Hours  Much is being done in these days to  stop they ravages of consumption, but  probably nothing has been so effective  as teaching the public how to break  ui) a cold and cure, coughs, bronchitis,  tonsilitis. ole., with simple honio-mix-  ed 'medicine.   A laxative cough syrup,  free from whiskey is the priine, need.  A cough indicates   inflammation   and  congestion and those in turn arc due  to an excess of waste and poisons in  the  system.    A  tonic laxative cough  syrup  rids the system of congestion,  while relieving the painful coughing.  Get the following and mix at home:  One-half ounce fluid wild cherry bark,  one ounce compound essence cardiol  and   three  ounces   syrup  white   pine  compound.   Shake the bottle and take  twenty, drops every half hour for four  hours.   Then one-half to one teaspoon-  ful  three or four times  daily.    Give  children less, according to age.    Cut  this out and save it for some friend  Oh,  those  Girls  Mabel Meadowsweet���������So you refused  him.   What did the poor fellow say?"  Laura Lightleigh���������He said he knew  a girl who would marry hirn and be  glad to.  "I wonder whom he meant?"  "I wondered too, so I asked him."  "Who was it?"  "You."  Mistress (engaging young servant)���������  "But do you always stamm_r like  that?" ^  Applicant���������"N"-n-n n o m-ma'm; only  w-w-when I t,-t-talk."  No true woman will stand fcr the  way her husband iirrangss the furniture in a room.  KER PAINS AND  ACHES ALL GONE  DODD'S  CHAS.  KIDNEY. PILLS    CURED  N. CYR'S RHEUMATISM.  Statement of a Man who Suffered for  a   Year   From   Different   Foims  of  and    Found    a  Station,  cold    fall  Sciatica,  Que.  days  Back-  Cornelia, having, at bridge, lost  everything else, put up her jewels���������  and lost- once more.  The next day, being called on to  pay her bet, she pointed to tlie  Gracchi in their cradle, and exclaimed: "These arc my jewels!"  She was never invited    out  ward.���������Puck.  Kidney     Disease  Speedy Cure.  New     "Richmond  (Special).���������In these  when   Rheumatism,    ..,   ~kkk..k-  ache and other Kidney Diseases are  working havoc in every corner of Canada, thousands will be interested in  the -statement of Mr. Chas N. Cyr, the  well-known barber of this place.  "I had been a sufferer from /"Rheumatism and Backache for a year,"  Mr. Cyr states. "My head also troubled me and it was hard to collect my  after-1 thoughts. I heard of cures made by  Dodd's Kidney Pills and made up my  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  A LITTLE LIFE SAVER  The reason a girl can get so much  out of her father by wheedling him is  she can'make him believe nobody  could do it to him.  Melvin-Jones on the Bench.  Among the prominent residents ol  Toronto recently fined for exceeding  the speed limit with his automobile,  was Senator - Lyman Melvin-Jones,  who contributed five dollars to the  civic exchequer. ->And this is not the  first time that Mr. Jones has paid a  fine and helped to swell the coffers  of a large corporation.  The other incident was in Winnipeg  back in the early, eighties, when he  was mayor of that city. It was then  a common practice for men to saw  cordwood on the streets, for the prairie capital had not acquired anything  like the metropolitan air that it has  to-day; A bylaw was passed by the  City Council that no wood-sawing  should be done on the public thoroughfares. Yet, what was the poor  average resident to do? There were  few back yrirds fenced-off, and wood  sheds were not numerous-.  One day an offending citizen was  summoned; by the police for a viola-  1"'        ' "     ' Mayor Jones pre  There,is no'othc-r medicine for little  ones as safe as Baby's Own Tablets,  or" so sure, in its beneficial effects.  These Tablets speedily, cure stomach  and bowel troubles, destroy .worms,  break up colds, thus preventing deadly croup, allay simple levers, and  bring the little teeth through painlessly." Mrs. C. A. Weaver, Saskatchewan Landing, -Sask., says:���������"1 have  used Baby's Own Tablets for my little  one in cases of colds, stomach and  bowel troubles, and other minor ailments, and have never known them to  lail m speedily restoring tlie child's  health. I think there is no medicine  for babies like the Tablets." Sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from Xbe Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  nind to try them. The marvellous "effect of the first box on my system at  once raised my hopes,and by continuing to take them I am now a sound  and well man. All my pains and  aches are gone and I am able to do  hiy work without pain."  Mr. Cyr is only one of thousands  whorn Dodd's Kidney Pills have cured  of liheumalism. Sciatica and Backache. For Dodd's Kidney Pills always  cure sick or disordered Kidneys. And  if your Kidneys are well you can't  have Rheumatism, Sciatica or Back-  acne.  Miss Goldrox���������"I ' simply dote on  soldiers    Are you a son of Mars?"  Impecunious Man���������"No; but I  should -like to become her son-in-law."  VISITING LADIES' MAID.  How  a   Girl   Made   Her   College   Ex*  penses.  "Visiting lady's maid I.s my way ol  tiding over the Hummer, and I find i<  very  satisfactory,"  declared  a  young  womau,   who    Is    paying    her    way !  through an eastern college.    "In the  winter months 1 am studying for arj  A: M. degree, while during the summer   I   polish   nails,   manicure   feet,  shampoo    hair,    clean    gloves,    sew  .rosettes on slippers and keep my patrons' wardrobes In order generally.  "It pays me enough to keep me comfortably the following winter, which  is more than tutoring or some other  literary vocation would accomplish-  that is, of course, unless I got'puplls  who could rim-rcl to pay au unrrsual  price for my services.  "My patrons are the boarders in the  hotels-women, young and old, who  are there for a good time aud want to  look I heir best and also save their  strength. You hare no Idea how thc  life in a hotel nt a fashionable summer resort uses up one's time, strength  and dollies. It Is a wonder to me that-  women don't break down.ortenor than  they'do. As a rule, they havo clothes  enough to stock n small shop, and to  ,.j������how them all they are kept continually changing nnd going the rounds.  "It   Is   these   clothes,   packing   ancl  unpacking  rhein.  putting in a  stitch  here and wiping riff a spot there, that  supply the chief part of my work.    If  a woman can't afford to have her personal maid witli her during the summer and yet longs to have her wardrobe  and   herself   always   In   perfect  condition  the  visiting maid   is  really  a "very   desirable   person    to    have  around.   When 1 started:nut I took a  room    In    an    inexpensive    boarding  house at a fashionable summer resort,  and  by  watching the register of tbe  most  popular  hotels. I   was  able  to  learn   whit-h   women    were   without  maids.     I   would   then   send   up   my  cards, stating that my services were  at their disposal.  "The second week I had all I could  do and on very liberal terms. Toward  the close of that season I was one day  asked to step lino the private office  of the manager of the hotel. The inalinger began by asking If I would mind  telling him just how, much I made a  week, how much 1; paid for my board,  etc.  "I told the truth In fear and trembling, fancying he was.about to charge  me for the privilege of working in the  hotel.   Imagine my surprise, when he  told me that his object was to engage  rue,to work exclusively for the patrons  of his house during the coming season.  They had received.so many calls for  my services in the 'office at times when  i was engaged elsewhere that they had  decided to get me,or some equally proficient woman to till these orders.  "It goes without saying that I snapped at the offer. He offered me room  and board free, with the privilege of  setting my own price for my work and  controlling my own hours."  J   It Neglected, it soon readies tho Lung*  and nay Prove Fatal.  Mr.G.L.Gairowof 116 Mill'cent St.,  Toronto, writes under date of September  13, 1908, "Oneyear ago thi*iprin'gI contracted a severe cold in the chest, which  developed into Bronchitis.    I took three  kinds of medicine and found no improvement.   A friend of mine advised me to try  PSYCH.NE and in three days I fe!t like n  new man again.   I desire to let others k now  , what a valuable cure you have in PSY-  CHINEfor it cured me whereallother medicines had failed. Iammorethanthankfulto  be well again, andfofthesake of others who  may be ill,you may publish thistestimonial."  Stop that cold  or the results will be-  J serious.   You can do this by toning up the  I system with PSYCHINE.  ; For SiU by all DnfsiiU, 50c. ft Jl per kith  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  -    LIMITED,  TORONTO  PRONOUNCED Si"KEEN',  The   Real Thing  Sue���������You said you were going to  marry an artist, and' now you're engaged to n dentist."  l-'lo���������Well, isn't he an artist? He  draws from real .life."  No surgical operation is necessary in  removing corns if Holloway's Corn  Cure be used.  Hurry���������"My dear, won't you sow on  a button for nie before I go out?"  His New Wife-"The cook may possibly do it for you But, please, bear,  in mind you married a typewriter, not  a sewing machine."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  - At a suburban service recently the  preacher delivered an eloquent address on "Flowers as a "cure for  worry." "We are told," he said, "that  more die from worry than from anything else���������and yet they still go on  worrying!"  First Child���������"We've got a new baby  at our house."  Second Child ��������� (contemptuously)���������  "We've got a new papa tit ours."  * When  We. Sleep.  The Hindus never sleep with their 6UII11I10I1W1 uy inc  heads  to the north, for they believe tion of the bylaw.   Mayor Jones pre-  that to do so would cause .their days , sided in the p ,.      Co>rt thatc*^P���������  to be shortened.   There rs much super- ing.   The defendant acknowledged his  nf   Z   ���������?daUSt-an V������ ^e������P������.l,nt Suilt'  and  the "ting magistrate; for  of   the   compass   towards which   the the purpose of setting an examp e to  head should point when in bed; to he other  probable offenders,  toThim  Quickly stops coughs, ootm oolds, heals  tlio throat and lungs. ���������   ������������������ 35 cents.  "Your husband seems dreadfully ill  ut ease this-evening.   Isn't he well?"  "Oh, yes, he's quite well; but, confi  dentially, he's breaking in his heavy  underwear, and your house is terribl  warm."  and your house is terribly*  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver ii  a very sensitive organ and easily, deranged. When this occurs there is undue secretion of b>le and the acrid  liquid flows into the stomach ami  sours it. It is n most distressing nil  ment, and many are prone to it. In  this condition a man finds the best  remedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  which are warranted to speedily correct the disorder. There is no better  medicine in the entire list of pill preparations.  Editor���������"Did you interview the lea-1-  cr of the suffragettes its instructed?"  Reporter���������"I called on her, but she  wouldn't talk."  .  Editor���������"Sho   wouldn't talk!    Was  she dead?"  in the direction of the   south   being  thought to bo productive of longevity,  where as the east and' west, it is asserted, are calculated to bring riches  and change of scene respectively.  The  Japanese never sleep with their heads  to the north, their reason being that  the dead in thair country are always  buried   with   their  heads  in  that  direction.   So  particular are  the Japanese   in   this   respect   that,   in   their  sleeping   rooms,    a   diagram   of 'the  points of the compass will usually be  found pasted upon the ceiling of the  room  for  the benefit of guests.    The  Russians,   too,   dread: the   northern  Imposition,'��������� as  they  have   been   taught  that till evil emanates from that quarter of the heavens, and that by sleeping with their heads towards it they  are in danger of disaster, illness, or  sudden death. The Hungarians, Poles,  Putagonians, the Samorns. and.aiveral  African   tribes  have  the  same-*objec-  tions   on   various   grounds,    but  all-  tending to the one direction ��������� abject  four*"'-of  visitation    while    asleep    by  some unknown  but evil  influence  if  the   head   is   directed   towards   the  north.  a .dollar and costs. The man asked  if he could have time to pay, and was  allowed a "week. Before the seven  days had elapsed, the mayor went  down in his own pocket and settled  with the city. After that the police  were allowed to overlook the practice  of sawing wood on the street, as it  was  felt by  his  BETTER THAN SPANKING  Spanking does not cure children of  bed-wetting. There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box VV. 77, Windsor, Out./will  send free to any mother her successful  home treatment, with full instruc-  tins. Send no money but write her  to-day if your .children trouble you  in this way. Don't blame the child;  the chances are it can't help it. This  treatment also cures adults and'aged  people troubled with urine'difficulties  by day or night.  KING, THE GLOBE TROTTER  Left Montreal Oct. 23rd at 1 p.m. to  walk to Vancouver, 2886 miles, over  the C.P.R. tracks, wearing CATSPAW  RUBBER HEELS.  King passed Port Arthur, C91 miles,  Dec. >14th.  When Will he reach Vancouver?  113 prizes offered  nearest guessers.  Contest is Free to All.     Each guess  given a number in order 'received and  prize list mailed.  Prizes mailed free to winners.  Guess on a postal card. Write plain.  Address, Dept. C, WALPOLE RUBBER CO., LTD., MONTREAL.  HOUSEKEEPING   HELPS.  A cloth moistened with alcohol will  clean piano keys.  -,        ,,    , . . II "'���������������������������"-��������� "<j u\eiyming at any cost  Clean   linoleum   with- warm   water   to* prevent contamination, and to stav  -wl     nnll,.l.     fj.     n.fi-l.     _.    ill. I    fllfrtnriA.       -II.       _ ~ - ������i ���������>  Clean   Bread,  Well  Wrapped.  Everyone who makes, handles, buys  sells and eats Bread, must realize the  great danger from impurities to which  bread is subject from the time it  leaves the oven until it' reaches the ,  mouth : of the consumer, because of  so frequent, ancl often careless handling.  Bread wrappers were first made in  Canada by The Eddy Company for  Wm. Feeley, a baker in Hull, P.Q.,  with such satisfactory results that  they have since been adopted by leading bakers of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and elsewhere, so that Bread  Wrappers are coming into more general use.  From a clean, wholesome, sanitary  point'of view, the advantage of bread  wrapped immediately upon being taken from the oven, appeals to every  consumer as an important move in  the direction of pure food.  When there are impurities in the  water supply of any of our cities, the  public immediately demand that the  authorities do everything at any cost  "I want another box of pills like I  got for mother yesterday," said a boy  to a chemist.   "Did your 'mother say  ���������  ou,,., <l3 .-iJJ'cy ."id $��������������� I"? good?"   "No, but  worship that to en-1 ihey Just flt ,llJ" air-gun.  Mary���������"I wouldn't marry the best  man in the world."  Agatha���������"Nor I: I would marry the  bridegroom, and lot the best '.'man'  have one of the bridesmaids, if I ever  got a chance."  force the regulation too rigidly would  be a hardship in those pioneerdays.  Mr. Jones is probably the only 'Canadian mayor who ever taxed a citizen  for violating a bylaw and then paid  the  fine himself  Duck Hunting With Nets.  Duck hunting with nets, which is  declared by ,E. Tirrsley, chief game  inspector of Ontario to be "the dirtiest fonn of law-breaking possible,"  has cropped up again in the neighborhood  of   Belleville, where  it used  * Red, Weak,'Weary, Watery Eyes.���������  Relieved By Murine Eye ������������������, Remedy.  Try Murine For Your Eye Troubles.  You Will Like Murine. It Soothes.  50c At Your Druggists. Write,For  ���������Kye BOk/lcs. Free. .Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Toronto.  Student of Astronomy���������"I have discovered a snow star, prof-ss:r."  Professor���������"What's she playing in,  my boy.?"  Money  lies  no  occasion  to  une  a  megaphone when it talks.  It Eases Pain.���������Ask any druggist or  ! dealer in medicines what is the most  "Waiter," said a .guest at an hotel  as he. inspected.his bill before loavi g,  "there is one item'omitted."  "What item, sir?" inquired the  waiter.  "The manager said 'Good morning'  to rue yesterday, and has forgot to  charge for; it!"  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Colds,  &c.  "How long is it going to take-to get  through   this  case?"  asked  the nu  A youthful vorsificr sought the judgment of a well-known critic.  "Sir," said the poet, indignantly,  when tho expert had advised him to  burn his lines, "poets are born not  made!!' ,  "Young man," replied the critic,  "smiling, "do not try to shift the blame  on to your parents!"  How Fish Change Color.  In  a  lecture  at the -Royal  Photographic Society'8 exhibition Dr. Fran-  cis Ward said that the power of certain fish to change their color in liar-  -uiony with their environment resided  in their optic nerve.  He placed a pike  in such a position that its head was in  a dark chamber while-the rest of its  body lay in bright sunshine. The pike  remained black irr color, but when he  reversed  its position. and  caused  its  head to be in the sunlight its color  changed  to a very much lighter hue  within  the space of a  few minutes.  The light acted upon the optic nervej  thus   causing   the   pigment   cells  all  over the skin to contract or relax.  The Witch's Track.  At Peel, in the Isle of Man, it is related that a witch said once the herring fleet would hot return. Every  ���������ship, wis lost, and she was rolled down  ��������� he hnl iu a barrel set with spikes.  The grass has never grown since in  the barrel's  track.  has had to pay a fine of $20.  Port Rowan, Fort Eric and Belleville were formerly the resorts of  gangs of law-breakers of this stamp,  who set tho department at defiance  and on one occasion even murdered an  ���������inspector. 'These, however, had been  pretty well cleaned out, until the  present recrudescence of the evil.  Chops Wood at 102.  Thc Port Credit News, a hustling  newcomer" in the ranks of Peel County  journalism, says: |  It is not often that wc hear of a|  person living to the age of 102, but we  have one citizen, Patrick Long, who  celebrated his 102nd birthday on Friday, Nov. 12, by a large gathering ol  his family and many friends. Some  were present,from Toronto. Mr. Long  was born in Ireland, nnd came to  Canada when a young man, nnd has  lived in Port Credit vicinity ever  since. 'At present he is .living-with  his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Block, and  is enjoying good health and i3 able  to be out each day, and often indulges in the good exercise of cutting  light wood.  than any other. The reason for this  is that it possesses greater healing  qualities than any other oil.  and polish it with milk  No soap on window "panes! Rub  them with either alcohol or ammonia  to make them shiue.  Decorated china plates should be  put away with round pieces of canton  flannel between them.  Apply the while of an egg with a  camel's hair brush to fly specks on  gilt frames and they will disappear.  Soft soap made from half a pound  of shaved down hard soap and two  quarts of water will save the soap bill  at cleaning time.  ��������� Cover plaster of paris figures with a  thick coating of starch and water, let  it dry on the surface and the dirt will  brush off with the dry powder.  To clean old glass pour strong ammonia on it. scrub well with a brush  and rinse hi clean water. Dry and  polish, and it will then appear as new.  If your cook persists In washing the  dishes In the pantry while the family  Is still at dessert, insist upon her placing the dishes to drain upon a heavy  Turkish towel. It will lessen much ol  the rlatter.  To keep sponges white and soft  wash them in warm water to which a  little tartaric acid has been added  (quarter of a teaspoonful to half a  gallon of water), then rinse thoroughly  In plenty of cold water.  disease; it seems quite as important  that our Bread Supply should be as  carefully guarded.  If there's any silliness "in a man's  make-up a pretty girl will bring it out.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  "Since Footlight inherited a fortune  he is a-paradox."  ^What's the answer?"  "He is both the richest and poorest  actor on-the stage:"  An Always Ready Pill.���������To those or  regular habit medicine is of little con-  ci'-rn,. but the great majority of men  are not of regular habit. The worry  and enres of business prevent it, and  out of thc irregularity of life comes  dyspepsia, indigestion, liver and kidney'troubles as a protest. The rundown system demands a- corrective  and there is none better than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They are simple  in their composition and can be taken  by the most delicately constituted.  A six-year-old was seated in a barber's chair. "Well, my little man,  how would you like your hair cut?"  "Oh, like papu's, with a little round  hole at the top."  Worms cause frctfulness nnd rob the  I infant of sleep, but the great nour-  ishor,    Mother   Graves'    Worm   Exterminator will clear the i-toiuaeh and  intestines and restore healthfulness,  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-  freahing for Bath or Toilet. For washing underclothing it ii unequalled.  Cleanses and purifies. ��������� tf  Saving the Gown.  "Each gown for Its own occasion"  Is the motto that should hang In every  woman's dressing room. The woman  of taste will sometimes know about  clothes what the woman of common  sense has learned by experience. But  both will nt once agree that it Is n  breach of good taste to wear a fluffy  gown upon n city street nnd that, furthermore, a gown worn out of Its  proper place will last but one-half as  District Visif.or-^I've just had a letter from my son Arthur, saying he has  won a scholarship. ,1 can't tell you  how pleased I am."  Rustic Party���������I can understand -yer  feelin's,'. liium. I felt just the same  when our pig worr a medal at the agricultural show!  "Young gentlemen," announced the  proft>ssor in English literature, "tomorrow. I wish you to come prepared  to discuss this sentence from the  works of Henry James."  "The entire sentence, professor?"  groaned the class.  "Well, take it as far "as-the first  semi-colon."  Cook���������"Yes, tho cold was so intense  at the Pole we had to be very careful   nr.*   "������   ������k������-   ~ Jl - -     ���������������  "What is that expert accountant  friend of yours doing now?"  "Figuring out how many more  days there are loft in which to do  Christmas shopping.  .One of the greatest nuisances of  travelling is tipping. A smile from a  head   waiter  is  a  costly   commodity,  and no menial service is too small for   comrortnhle looking, and It  remuneration.    An unusually  ingeni-   ��������� k     d        wr|nklpd  ous plea for a tip is that of a small  long,  Both of these women know, too,  that a cloth or HneD street suit should  never be worn In the house. It Is not  comfortable looking, and It will soon  But it isn't microbes that make kissing dangerous.  Chicago Daily News.  "Something mysterious is going on  in our house."       ,,  "Same here I'll bet our wives*"nre  both making hand-painted neckties  for us for Christmas."  W. N. (J., No. 773.  Gladys���������"Why are you going to all  that trouble to open that lettjr so carefully, Maud?"  Maud���������"Oh, I had a quarrel with  George, and intend to send his letter  back ttnoported; but I just .thought I  would see what he said before I returned it."     .-.,  say   that is  Tom���������"Do you think your lather  likes mo." Toss���������"Well, he gave the  dog's chain and muzzle away yesterday."  . Women tier!-.-e a lot of pi 'rif.urj from  being ublo to pity soriio ono.  Mrs. Dearborn���������"You  Mrs. Burke-Martin?"  Mrs. Wabash���������"Yes; Burke was her  name and Martin was her husband's  name."  Mrs. Pcr.rhorn���������"But why does she  use the hyphen hetween the nnmes?"  Mrs. Wabash���������"To show that, she is  separated from her husband."  Tho right kind of a conscience has  handicapped many a man in the race  for wealth.  Not to be Outdone  "Ma faither's a soger," said a little  Scotch lassie. "And mn faither, too,"  said her playmate. "Ah! but mn  faither's a brave mon; he's been .in  war, an' he's got a halo gang o'  medals. An' he's got tho Victoria  C*'oss.   Tho King pinned it on wi' his  Most normal man would r;.thor  spend twnnty-four liot'rs in - jail than  ono hour ot a pink toa  rtr  No   a    , .wk.    ������u   k/������l     rn      ilia  in hand!" breathlessly announced  To. 1. "An' mn faither's braver I"  cried the other little one. "He's  been in dozeiiR o' wars, an' he's pot  gf.ngs o' medals and Victoria Cccsses.  An' he's got a bonnio wudden log,  an' "���������with n triumphant shriek���������  "tho King nailed it on wi' his ain  hand."  _aitM-w**rawair*w*>imimimiiri^  Hibernian, mentioned by John Augustus O'Slien in "Roundabout Recollections." Ihe author was travelling in  Ireland. ,  I drove down to the station on the  faint chance of catching the train to  Dublin. When I got out of the cab at  the station a bright-faced youth accosted me.  "Ah, sure, sir,' you've just missed  the train." he,said.  It was true.' I booked my luggage  nnd* ascertained when thc next train  would leave. While I was waiting, thc  lad came up to nic and asked me for a  tip.  "What for?' T asked.  "Sure, sir, I told you that you were  too late," he unblushingly responded.  It Is Intended that In the house one  should be dainty and feminine, while  on tbe street It Is desirable thnt ont  should look dignified, neat and stylish  These are matters that admit of {nc  argument���������they are!  ���������    n������  ������<������  very  carc-  i ful not to pet our dogs."  j . Miss Youngthirrg���������"Indeed!     Why  I was that?"  Cook���������"You see, their tails were  frozen stiff, and if they wagged them  they would break off."  Agents Wanted  A-Good Entertainment  A most happy entertainment bott"  for a lawn or piazza la a fortune telling tea. A tent can be set on n lawn  or the plirzzn may be arranged with  cushions and bright calico. A friend  In Invited to come dressed as a gyp������j  and tell fortunea.    '  to posh and Mil a  full Hne of Th������  Wlllmott Binder.,  Mow������ri, R������k������i,  Shock������rs, Shock  Loaders, Etc.  Apply  HENRY   W.   KINQ,  Weatern   Representative. '.       Reglna.  ���������Sfef;C.R,Y';SE!v  IllOfl  U-..Teq..!.'k|k,,liil.yi>,j  '-.M/iTONiDNIflRIC/  A MBFKCT P0UI ItCKEDY.  Endorsed by the Knillsh JourniUs���������"L&Doet,"  "Selenos SifUuct,'1 "HeftlU-."  Supplied to Brltleh Soldiers In South Afrlos.  For all Throat ���������adaift������4Tr������ablH, rirarlsy,  LaiMpi, AlMOfiem, Oldtorei,Clean, Felaat,  Skin n >���������������*������������������������, Kfiscma, flmplau, Htlff Jolatt,  Rhenrtatlam, Laming*, Dpralae, Rralset  ril������>, ������1ntk, Aora ?������������������! aad Pratt BltM,  The First Lesson  Father���������Well, Carolyn, how do you  hkc school?  Carolyn (aged six)���������Oh, so much,  papa I  Father���������That's right, daughter. And  now what have you leurned today?"  Carolyn���������I've learned the names of  all the little boys.���������Harper's Bazaar.  AGENTS WANTEDJ  Manufacturing Company wants  man to sell direct to farmers. Quick  seller. Every furrner wants one.  70 per cent, profit. Experience valuable but unnecessary. Postal today brings purticulurs.  "Handy"  Fence  Stretcher Co.,  Snrnia, Ont.  "fining self satisfied    is    what  would call concor't in oth?rs.  you  Tf you want women to take your ad-  vico give trading star.*r8 vilh, it.  Do you Imp or buy-  Furs? I urn Canada's  lorccBt dealer, I pay  lilK'iotpr'ces. Your  Hhipmcnta solicited.  I pay moll and express cliureos: remit  promptly, Also largest dealer In Boefhides,  Shoepr-kins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  sent free. ( ,. 0  JOHN HALLAM, TORONTO aKiu������WlmT*WKaaa*^^  !$$���������  'Itfa*uijr.-.s*i  t ���������jv^! ������m v^..n*������i> ^ *���������* - m**v- tin .-t,  ft -(.*������ tj^^-ii* t������H*������ j-.ivaia^*.  CV4 ;������ VCUs t-IfWk..  I  he  ���������'������������������;  -11  4k"  3  A.  -***  top.-.  I*1  fill  soil  ������5  ������������������ft  ��������� ������������������fV  neifpriQTiRii  I   5 w V  ������.,ff-k,^f     .*r  ,. One Peltoh- Water Wheel, Yfeefc  diameter/ v/ith .shall;, boxing aud  nozzle.      . ���������"���������������������������  '..������������������One-Aiit-oiiiafcic:. Bh-11 arid -Spring  E'.igiue Governor-for "U-r inch'steam  .pi pi.!..    A pply.'-lo.-  R. ELLIOTT. K:{slo;E. c;  ���������j t*crj-*r*un_ivtu:fcii#������,-:_j. j-.m  .';::.      Propri'stery       ���������  /���������f^lkfc  _V"  *f      fflf?  .^.5.>.>ooo  i*������_*v������-*fti.i*jji  /-Flout,- i.s i-ofc 'ti periodical.  It -is & .1 .-/.'��������� -1: ^containing 86/:  .jiirifit.i'i:.'itui.s: ���������Sri. told, and;,  iV I'llie'd uii.-i 'fetches and  ylcii-icH of wei-teni life..,  "it:  .���������k-lls how���������;-. gambler cashed���������'���������.'  in ;-iiti'i-' tho fhii-h clays of  Sandon/; how it r-viiiecl in  New   'D-.'I!Vi';!'.'"loiIg.   ivi't'-i- .  ^oaii  was;  dead ;: how a'  piir:*on   tcojc   :i   drink   ut  "������������������������������������.'.���������lir. .Lake in .carlv. davs.,;  "fr'-B "n ?"*���������  .������  A A _.-,y ,  iMbge  k_-*jfcm<^nj ��������������������������� .���������tw*>wtn---t������ irffvWsMM uMT^**\as.-ti*������<tKJui  n.Ji!-*i*������',Uj1i4-v ^'Vii*wis^iM^^������.'W^iM'ift-u������ifc_;i_fct.t*_^  Is published every Thursday at Green-,  wood, R Ci' anr'l the price, is $3 a year,  postage free to al 1 parts of' Canada, and  Great Britain." To the United .States and  other countries it is '���������" sent / postpaid for  $?-50"a year. ''Address "ali'V-lettsrs to The  Ledge, (ji-'ee'iTwootT, B.C.  '������������������'..; ���������H.^T.'.LQWERY,,: ���������:,���������':  /; .publish eh.  :''[��������� ]' -.;"  CIUORNWOOD/B/C.,',\I Aj'i.OII': 3, tylO.  hoteL; eveu; to it bona fide traveler  during; prohibited; hours .except;  with areata. ������������������*.'���������'  All barrooms in-the province  must', close at 11. p. m. Saturcl'iy;*,  remaining closed throughout-Sini-  day, ancl1' such barroom / rnust.I*e  locked ' arid, so arranged that; all  may see that they are empty and  deatjrtr-'d. ���������������������������' / ' '.-.-' -'. 3/T/;^;;-'./:''./  , ; /No liquor -of :any kind; m-iy-.'be.  "61(3;.given or-fart ered..with.:', "Any  dipHbinan'iktc,any person ol'-clrurikeii,  habits, anyone'addicted: to" (-prees  whereabout'*';by ��������� .his iioisfe' hopped  onto .Into .ur'icJ ate, hiui. ���������.''���������-  .   Moral-^-If; you '-liayon't gofe' the  goods don'b;make any- uoi.se at all.'  Wlddowson, Assayer,'Nelson, B.C.  ,-j-i-.  '^29%p^������$t<  x  I -  A 'bluemark here iiu'licato:- that  .A' man' ca,n look a; long- wayff.  ba,ck.;;if:.his.y path;, is. lighted ./.with'.,  smiles. : ; :  .!;.'���������������������������;.p',;'.������������������"���������''���������;;;.,i':;.:,:;:-.''-.',:';.  : Opportunity 'j. s'oi'ii tsti in es ' has'.-.',' irp  kick a  irian .before"', it  can;..:\v&ken  him...'up.:;';.v,--':'.";���������'v.".-':-'/. 'V,''::;������������������-;'���������'���������':.:'.'T:1;  .''.':' Tooy many ;:!,!ien ti-y /<to.-''hui.liFa'  .or ���������clebiiuehi-'--,"''. any one/ who .:no-'jsicy-sei-apeiVoii'.a-'-'oiio-slim-y��������� founda-.  toribu'kSly. wastes hin juoi.ey: i n drink' tjon  or riotous living to  the.���������-detrii.neiil;  of his family I or, others'cli-pencjent  upon him,  "���������JO'';  I ramp,  ���������your   Sut'.-ioripiiiou   h;i3  iioeome   deec-ascd,   inn!-  that. the";C(-i!.oi-   \vci!:h'i  c.mcci mors like  to, t-o'ininiiii  your eoilafccnil.  any proslitute, or any Indiau.  : hi addition to "'thi'-' above ���������pr'-ohi-  bition, tlle '-'fiu peri11 teiiii.e.n V!'"'sP(!c*.  tor, or any "chief of 'police may, at  any time,' without snorii infoi'uia-  tiu'u or.'*.pr'b.e.eijtlii'-^,..' fbi;t)iil:hy'ii'o-;  tice ���������f'o;,:..lic(-'n<-ees, the;sn!o- of lii-uoi-  to ruiyone wliO by exuessivo ilriii'k'-.  ing iiussjiends, ���������waste-',, .or-., lessens  f. . {hi!- estate, injiiros his health, or  0 v'"''; endangers or- iiiterriipis the huppi-  how. rust ice' was deal  in  ?3 m si Wi S IJ ������s W ���������  m w. M Mm %4M CC'  ���������/  4-  <ij-0."l*.   ���������,V*jCJ..I.K,''rriijH;;t.i.ii-,  ���������'ifh'.s^clfiss ,in! ovci-vtiiina:.  Bteam  \v  jat*,   eioctfio  I La-lit,-  Diivtite baths. TcleDlvonei  in every room. Fit'st-classj  l)ar and barbei' sbop. ! . |  .   'Busmeets all trains.  am   ���������������������������!.-*/  ���������:;"--':--:^:  ���������3*1  ,3.  ,8S": 'S S "$$ a ^vsi '&'������ .������  CS-\        .-'���������������������������.:���������  ���������Tj/>-  lk>-\  PHOENIX  ft  Kaslo in '^.i-'l ; how' t'ho ���������  s.-tl-.-o!! rr.it!) ouiprayed the  . woiiK-n in Kalama-ioo, and  grapliicaliy depicts tlio  I'oaiiiings of a. western  editor, among (he,tender-  feet on ..the cent belfc. ���������.���������.'It  contains the early history  of the Silver King.,uiine.  : In   it are   printed : three'������������������'.,.  westeru  poems; and'dozens of articles too niinier- .���������'.',.  bus to ihenlioD.    Seiid foiv  one before it is too late. ;  'i.'he   price   is   i'o   cents,  post-paid to.anypart.of lire. ....  world.,-: Address,  all: let-    ;-,.  ters.io   ��������� '���������;..,'��������� ���������-���������������������������  7rTr:Lowery  Ci KEEN WOOD, B. O;1  Til!.:- naval insanity dit'otissioh  hay lai.'.eii up some \ve.!ks of, the  time 'ot* tlie. uiciiibers of the house  of ciminicins.. Oiir repi'('senta-tive������  could have been better employed  in pnssinr.' Icgislaciou along lines  suitable to a people who do not  want war. :'���������Tlie'G'urma.n scare was  ivc-iniphigti. 'dodge, in England and  sliould be tre-i-ttdas such ia Canada^  Hess of his fauiilv,  '���������:'';'���������, .-Q-iaI'tyVig.:"acknowledgcd^  ,;:i'.;!.'..';.-':;9'iir;/stock-. ..ailcl^  r:.v,/;-;th!i"t;-attracts,;.; a  :'[ l'',;.''^.Specials,;:;������������������ '.''::;;';.'V,::."*>^k-rr~^!\-.V!-Nv"'''~;>,*'."r-!!^;''"?'-".-.-!-"v"**.:Xv^x;j--i:"7'ri-r",T^'p.*!r-"*-'--;-::,'.-;-;--:%'Tr^-������?i.'^---^.X'-r"^.'?:-"-.^-'V--^  ^TH������in!a;neayy'.';kinte  ? ;Regat&Shiriki'($&&:i>;\tfeiuis)' -T'^:^6y^is^0f'0'^^;  '���������y.-: .������������������ '. - '���������'���������'���������'V'iS':;.':-.-'.''' ^:;;.:'*.���������,'.'��������� .'.'.:.';C';'���������������������������::.::'-��������� ���������^'������������������:'<^r,,i:1x^.-'..i-.^f.'^^^  ���������I Tlir^ bburcb has .xio oiibriopoly. of  .hypbcri^^r/"T';T^T;'.T  y lie is a .stingyvrhan wbooyiiloiofc*  give you- a srnile'.t.'.':      :/:;'' '   ;.���������  ;'   ,,  J3efore lirbyhig,ii)to^ou'H;:Newf;S.fioi':e':'';-''vo^  i;ediice;Oiii-,.i*unieas^  bi:;iis,rb!i!rbny'i:ii^;!ier-eabea!)S;savib  "ik>%. ^**kV^^fi;'^^^  '���������:' "C-.  'A:,i������3Smg;|������plipK  pecti-d of ..the   iirari . \vho is:always.; M"^;'M^v ^  clorigibgrouiHrih^/eorbevs.;;:;^ ;::^  -A girl iinjigine.v that,  sho   \yr\;iid !  be.' happy if /she /on.lyL; fiail, fViuiigliT.  ililTi'-i-ent -coibred slippi-rs to itiateh j^  her stockings.. -.','���������",.' -V  . '^;Uiiequalled,:toi']]l)otiiestJ:e':;/lJse.:'t;  An liquors  relabelled.  A'o !-,-r.le ofr;liq  hay  be  rebotllcd or  iii.LV be made ; "^gr1  tb'*-' jby-''ricleifi;''.'.;thu.c, is, pleasure  'rider's,.;.���������motorist:' or' drivers, not  bona fide traveler.--.,  , r  'A.Glorious. Land'.:.-'.;.:'.-';,'  se������ me.  ^'::*0,'!..J0HiSS:0IS:.:--'������j|iS  T  m  i*X3: The  neaves������; hotel -to the ^  :^ Granby mines. One of the ^J  .:.-r?i; largest dining rooms in the J^  .'Iv .city.:  'the  bar is   replete CX5  \d.'.with-nerve.'.bracers of all ."Sj  ^i kinds,; and the most Ira- ,*.'������"*  ���������':}J|:.:graut.cigars.   Drop up and &~.  ������������������ ,-k ���������* :  ">i������*i......;:���������.-       .I'ltOl'KiKTOU. -:��������� ^ \ */&,     ' ry      W \;���������/������������������  "<"?-'(>crk'r(?������������������ X'"i~c ^Kt-Q-^ff-\\J>' \ j. 1355 a ^ r"> ? 54rft K :  ^OudU>(*)tk*lA>k.Ol������J>.H������).t.''-0 W~> \  ������t,P Pi "������J "3 lf������/ ftl *i ������t <v *k/*,k  .      -.       . .    w, rf< kri ia .v   *���������! v    V V *V v  ,-w-V,  .  :x^j   ���������'  l->      fi ������ Q TJ" ,������*V,''*A^  Leading T.aiior of the  Xooteuayfl.      ''_' .'���������  fef. o c������i!'tf"������i.    *j4.  .CkVWi.'k.  ���������*U.'  n_Tj������yi_-jc._������a ^./la^tr-ea.rBn-afXir-r-T*-��������� tv_--n.^jn.-t>i-������-".  ���������^ ^ >>���������*������������������������������������*��������� -*^**i;_?*^. ->������������������__��������� ������������������W'  ,_-.. _:    j ___:....__ ^.  1:  Mountaineer/arid Koote-  ��������� nay���������'������������������.:-'Standard'   (Gigars;  3[Me^-y*14^^  '������������������^^ -: t'b������!JN':������-;ig;o.:' ;*h*i?0B-  rf*'.i'MK Lord's Day Alliance in restricting thi; freedom of the people  in Canada hy "/haying obnoxious  legislation passed in 'reference/to  the day called Sunday, are doing  the human race an injury instead  of a beneiit. All days are the  same to the Lord/ and it /.is only a  certairi: class^of egotistical fanatics  who think: that any particular ti me  of the Vv'eek//is inore:.sacred than  ���������another.". .'���������������������������.  ;. TKE.c-xecutiye.,of./the/:pi-o.viiicial  Goiiservative .'asspeiatibu' /met in  ' Victoria last / week and discussed  plans in connection with the forthcoming Dominion Conservative  convention at Ottaiva hexb June.  11 w as dec i d ed th at" t ��������� 1 e Coi ise r va-  t-ives of Dritish Columbia should  be i-epresented at. (he gathering  iv th 147 .delegates.. Tiierc will be  .-() delcgotcs from.each of the seven,  federal constituencies'. . The eoii-  vention will be/the greatest political gathering ever/ held in the/Do-  iriiition of .Oanada. It is ��������� frei-ly  stated/iu the/Eait ilia/t sliouldjli'/  S. L. Borden insist on tlre/accept-  a.K-e.oi. his^ /resignation./as leader,  his place \vili beoft'erecl to the Hon.  Kit-hard Me/Bride..   :/���������  NOTICE  &    r'  Tiie two highly bred stallions of S.  //./���������:/. //A. Croweli, ////      /.'���������//  British Columbia lias an area of  252^800^000 acres, of- which"JM,-  000,000 are'/forest and woodland.  The whole of the provineo south of  52 degrees .uid east of; -tlie Coast  range is a grazing country up to  3,o00 feet,-aud a farming conriti-y  up to 2,500  feet, where .irrigation���������!.will/tnake'tlie.first of'tlit) season at  (l/':'l':'-:.-"������//://'/l������  &;������������������  PtftRW'iS  vf^i.  M0  \J%y  GvesnrMOod, &. -C:.  The rhle?t netoi iu the city, nnd still  ���������"ii'dar tbn saiuii inanagenieut. .'Roorrif  i-ornfortable, meals eqa.-:l to siiy in the  ally, ami the bar spppliesonly the.best-  Corner of Greenwood and Government  ���������jtraots. -.  /''/:/'.,-  .     /THE . :  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Is the place for Peep-o'-Day Cock -  iaiis    and   Evening    iViglit-Oaps.  /Juttermilk  a specialty during the.  warm season,  .".U.V.'IiAT, ACT  Certilieate of improvements  NOTICE  Cc.lby ^Mineral Ol.'i'm. sitn:ite in tlie Grot'iiwuod  Miuiim- fJivlki.,!,  of Vsilii  Oi-.-rncl.   Wlien-  locatctl: On Kelly Crctlc. SiinUkiimi-eii r.is-  nii-t.     ' "     ���������-���������'������������������.'������������������  TAKE KOTCCK Itli'it \\y. Win "T. Smitli- ami  Ouwt,,*-D. Ciniiiiiiijlmni.' l-'i-i-o j[in;>c's���������t'ei'tKi-  k'iktftaiXo:--.' U75Ki������ ami Bi'i!.'i')l, iuli-:i.t, .-ixt.v  (toss from, tlio (Into heieof. to opply t>, i!n>  Miuini; > t!o('o;-(l''r . !f.v a Ci-rtiiii-:: f.t- <A' lmjtrovi:-  nii-iiU. for ike |;r.:-pn>o c: oliuiiiiln:,' n Cruwu  Grant t-> the uliovc .-Iiim.  Ami fi:;-tlinr [;iliu  nutioe  that i-rtioii,   iiiii!i.-i-  "cct.'in   .'17.  imi-jt    '���������'������������������  coiniii"iu-,"l   1,-i-fori;   tr.e  imuHiii-c i'f "-i;,-!: Oiii-tiliyrtlfnl' lmiH-o%''-jiiev,i.,  . Diitud tliiHlithdny. of Feliri'.nr;-, A. O. 1<:!0.  SIMILKAMEEN    LAND   DISTRICT.  District of Yale.  ���������Dempsey,"_c Rippeto.  _ -dinrvwM.s'. *  Mate!'  T������I-:(.---K<-:li..-Vlliiit   I, .?J.-.rk .C!:i-is-(:iisi':i.    '.I  C-iiiihiary K.-iiU, frtriiioi-. iiitonil to iippfy j.,r ii_r-  ' na.-������sioii   t i   j-iiri-hik-o   tlio   l'<������!lov'."ti\kr '.l'>^;ihf:i  I l.in.'l :   Coroi!n,i;',i:i(f nl :i  i)".,j*  pUin'i-i   :\t t!i>i  i mirth i-.-v-t i-..;nu-i of T. Ij , _"i. I . ni'.  !!iu &1.-U uf  ���������������"��������� ��������� Jlaiiiiilai-v- KnlLs. tliHtii'o lvjrtli rl i-li i'l.s.. t!iu:i!-!,-  ,|.-.i-ti't-."H-li-uiisi  tliL-nco .south l> fhiiiiw, tliunuo  I i.-asi.'JO cliain.-i h> tin- jiulnt' of i-c-iiinh.iii oim-itt,  I ei.'iitaiiiii].-," S1 ai-ro.k luori^ or U-.-H.  ���������    i     Dare-J tin-mill <l:iyi������l'.r;i!!u;irv.l:ut..  r>-V *3 T>rf ^> V MAUK-CHKIsrESSKS,  O A d n u tf I I -���������������������������-"-������������������������������������-���������������������������-  1      WATER NOTICE.-.���������  PHOENIX,   B.-.O,  Is a comfortable home for  the miner and traveler.  Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Pore liquors and  fragrant cigars in tlie bar.  V.  CIJISHOLJI,  E'lKintrK-roi  \.://i,bxriv; eotiuiiUiiiCkition// fi-om  R ev.: y\- - Al bert M oore. -."eiieral-sec-  rctary of the /Lord's bay Alliance  of Canada,   has been   received at  this   oOiee.     The   letter  has,   no  no   doubt;   been/ sent  to  all   the  editor*' of Canada, and is much too  long for publication in a newspaper  liot'devoted to the /" .'Eastern Day  Worshippers." . Mv. Moore's present trouble  is  with   the.Seventh  Day Adveiitists,   who  claim  that  the Lord's  /Day  Act  is  a '.'reli^i-  oti*,". act.   The Lodge' agrees with  ���������Mr. Moore rbat the acL is. not ������������������religious."    The  Seventh   Bay   Ad-  yentisis.should have used the word  ���������"idolatrous" am! then there would  .have.been no opening'.for. controversy.     We-  '���������ymp'-.tiV'-.owith the  Adveati.-t-i in hot; beiir-^- able .to Itio  the right word  at; the  first guess,  and vve also  sympathize   with -Mr.  Moore.in   having   to  refute .statements'made by a- sect tlie-members  of which evidently haven't' a rudimentary knowledge of English.. '���������-  /       I-Tew^iLicense Act.  Tlie following-are the essential  features of the -new. liquor license  Ijhv :  The superintendent of police has  the right to cancel or. suspend any  is possible./ Its trade has. incr6ased >  by over nineteen iiiillioT* dollars in,  four years,/ whilst its '/Klines have  produced no less than three hund-  red mil liou dollars, audits fisheries  one/ h nn d red and f our teen in il Hon  dollar's. The British /Col 11 lubia-  forests prod uce annually oyer  twelve million dollars," and ;the  farms and orchards over seven  millions. Millions of acres of  paper-liiakiiig in?������terials .'.are undeveloped, whilst the coal deposits  are/ the largest ��������� in the world---the  Kootenay coal .'fields alone' Iieing  capable of:yielding tervirnilion tons  a year for seven thousand years.  There are "immense deposits- of Iron  ore, aiul-the.area oi'sfaui'ling tirxi-  ber is easily the Jargcsfc "and most  compact iu America, ���������.'���������".yhiis'B>������s;-re-"  garcls .wheat: lauds there are no less.  than ten mil lion acres. - British  Colnlnbia prodiujk?''/ over /two ihil:  lion//dollars .worth/, of/butter aiv-  uu'ally; and imports four .million  pouiuls, and// two iiiilliou/ dollars,  worth of eggs and poultry; Her  fruit is,the linest. iii the world, and  she Jiji s/ w/prr/t h c_ /bights t//awa-i;ds//atj  exhibitions Iu "Groat ���������Rritaio. E-i-st-  ern Cauada and the United States.  /- Home,//Midway/ B.;O. /-////  ;;. Jacic .Mason, 50790,.Keeord 2:15,/  will  be. at: hoibe /until tbe'/lst/.of  Mayyvaild: t:/r::.^/:-:-.;''":.::/--:.;//-///v:/:/k"/:-/-.::  ���������/. :;Ca 11 too a //.II 794, / \y i 11/bb / at Ii om e  until the 1st.of '"July,and willserve  mafes/;at  S25;00::fiir : the/'season/  payable at ;time of  service./   For  particulars apblj'to/:,,/";/ / / /  '������������������S-Aifc  '/'///'  '^P^y-./'t^/O/"./;'''';/''';/''.,-  ....... .siSSB..!?"!/': ������������������.B;,_-:a4.ri''A..;,. ;:,;.  r3 set----,   --.-rk-k   i^v^rt! ���������^^.''-s-.  bs.'iV*'^ ps*-*^a k^>5**-v'.v..  X*':���������''.-.���������''..������������������:-Dealers in Eresli and Salt n[eafcs,'Fisl'L^  V"C :���������'���������"-���������        ������������������'"'���������'":";-"   :���������',-'',''' :-'../:..'. ','-'.���������������������������'' -������������������������������������' ���������'���������'���������:   ''��������� ���������''���������������������������-'. ".''���������':"';      iV-.': ;i-'.:.,': ..'���������,-.'-������������������.'/���������'������������������ '"'?/.:  1:/'.:/;//////and/: JPoultr^  i;'1', '������������������'':':' '"''���������' ':"':;": //'." >"" r';'*.' ."������������������:'-. ''���������/..:'-::"'':,-'."'"���������:.': i:/'."-'':'i':'!:/"-"--"-'/-''/,:/;;:;.;:'.  ^/;/,/  ; /   tONVllS/ Ox'^/;v  WiMM  ^p.::/pPri|fs1  ���������AV      i-*. -������"*?��������� L-'**   K-f^-^    SS^55*      F2?"s   *���������������������-���������������>*  ^gk3rin-| '..Ji/'.���������..__?!���������_{:���������_  .The restaurant in   t-ie  \\indsor  hotel never closes.  Killed in Siiowslide.   ;  .Dan Sutherland was killed hist  Friday noon at a point- 011 Fiddler  creek, about thirteen .miles from  Lome, bv being cau.^bt.-.'i0It hiifje  Ho   &,  ������������������;/:-/V5S''TH,S:_r!CATKST/^':'.;///;''.  ���������u-'f-'r'djj'tsii;' ���������'-> r-'^.'-y  0'5.r;*"'r������ ���������  liEfti.Hlbai:/^  ERi ''f'i.''w,'.'T*;?rtis.">,������ rs'���������'���������''     ������������������;���������������������������--  :$4i00 PorYear.; rSingis GVpyJ/S0 GiS,;  ' / ���������:.; /���������' / /ylSSUKD; WEKKLV.; //-,,/////';'//,  :/M^pfe^-CS;������^V/;^*SSE^-/'/..  ���������//-F.3AW!-: oiissi-i f-iis.-cb'.'-fLW), /  A^MkT/.!!bai'r:;:''',-:/;^,"'*'ni,isH^  &S& ^"kV-1"^;^  X"./;-"/'V, ::Ts situated in thelieart of/the/ city/and/within /'/  V/ stepping distance/of "all: the 'bauksZ/reRt^uriints//-:'''  ������////// //���������/:''.expresp./stagoj'.tei^  ������>^^: ������i*'  /irigIs/beated/;withv:hot^water/and hiis^a/racliatbiV;//^  |)/      './in evei'y room/.i The bar contains/aiargo/vari.ety-".':-'.-;  ���������"?..'/./_/./ .:"M !>"^.?f'V/.:yi*"tcd//and  ?f;,,/'./ .'/:'������������������;'���������/ able io/the/Iastes of ,;V coshiopplitui populatidh.///'  ���������,.";:;   '..'.-���������.������������������    ....'; "/*��������� .Ooine-in and/have soinethiug.' //./'././:/:/^y/,  |'/..:::J;;:WB/GGO:|e  $ ^*,'i/'<'"yk"v*^^ ���������a^^^^-'Ts^-^-VkV^^  ������4!^^;.*^a&S-5-5-S*������fJf^  ���������|v^"^:g/^//;:/,/.//  //f ;::::.  ;I/|;i^  ������^:~:;r  I 9 ;.���������-���������.��������������������������� .--  Xk.*s  ������������������j* v~ a a -t t n >v ^"% ij-^  Il-H lifOf   !  ai^s  1:  J������i!-  1^/asi/iiiESf  -v..���������'���������-g .���������.,.,  ''  t^ ���������������������������..'���������"-  /@  1   /'���������^;:>^:#/:I::/%/-:^'"piri//l^l  ���������?*��������� S.j" n s ������ f a ���������*������ I "K '.-.',���������:.���������::-.."-.   . py* v. .y:-"'':":.'���������.-������������������ ���������  * ������������������_���������" ���������������������������-"��������� v.'.?.."*?'!'*. X.3 .1V *1 ���������'**/���������"! |*?.: !J,r'-eu.v������������'0, is   wip :;iomo/ i*or_'yorKi-::-:vaiefi?of ail nations.;  ���������Jj'fcii  snowsiKic..   iile '.'tine:.'his   partri^r,J ,j. -���������';  It. /Dewar. were c\aniv>od irp* Fiddle -! "'  the  tvi!!t'e:"..t'i'.-'i..p'pin:���������.' ai..-  Tt/is/*-iU  i& coaveoieotto thi>si;ie-l!ier'.ori?the:'h'ilL'.' The'-- tiiiiinr rbouj- is/sup-/ & .  i*l ...... ������������������.-,.-���������      ..   '���������:    -  ...".������'   ......   ....    -..������������������:.  .- '  ������������������������������������ -g)  a' "" -"������������������*���������-  ..,. -  ...    i * b<-.-**fc  res t-ireemv/.-o'd   for /-"ookHiie/ e* pren>ik-e>3. '  Hot  nu, and far- Oroville at 2:30|^      v   :  j*  oiied with tasty/and siibstontiai/ food/whilethe^bar/eoiUaihs/tho /# //"  ;'.,��������� Bu  goods  iii   tiie'^mai'kc-t.-.'  '������������������*��������� -ibd cold baths.';/  ���������-   -���������-   -���������-.���������:���������,,��������� v. ���������-.,--.- ���������.������������������������������������- ������������������.-. r-   ������������������:,;   ��������� -������������������ a:-'  liLeoti'io : lit-bte Vail over the tfa /  ;:_..  ������ ���������  m  lu:  .Sutherland had si  forenoo-i to look' i  had not beea.i-o.ii-  Dewai- liean! t!u:'.;-  i.  !U-<<  ���������tiJrtv *:--  ���������������,���������. .���������; ^   A.-/ *k\ ���������>--}- ���������      .i-,cv'fii>*-.tr.vi5;..    .V..   .a A-' jL<r ii ..JlyviWi *'.^i/,.  ���������ry !<>i._ jvjjon..  i>!id'-4,..Whii;ti,  starting at, the sumrurtr,- cairn* (I'rv-.'ii  the 'hr'o'ii.-'tafh  side /wtiji "vrrivit-' ve"  PWADT  Ii e;-!iipl.������fcly.j po'.ri'led/Avitii careful  proniptiies:  er-osst������|.tt������iO,.vief-s"."bv mail  attention.  k tnf. rKj**-^*** *���������  i     KOTIC'I*   I-   hei-f-'iy piv-.-n   lli'nr  :>ti :tp|������!ic.i-  I lbn\ will I... :ii!iiii'iiinl.;r t'.ir:. V of tli.i ������������������ Water  ! Act, Km." rn ol.iii-'i n lii-i-rco i;i   t!n> Sim l!;a-  I :ii������sii'Divi-ioii of Villi: IiUtru-t.  j    (ul Tlie iiiiiiii.-.-, K'lilrcrfsi;.-.  uii.I oe-'up.-il iOil-s <>f  I till.' ii;i|il:i.-.'Liits in-.- : ("!(,������������������ iririi. Cuik. ���������;{ Aniirniiiti.  j It.������:., Kr,.-'Miner'i O rtilicat- No. 11 ������I.VM. mill i i'llle   sittill-.'   1*00111,    aiVil    a    dillinj;  i I.'. I-', .lours, .if Anacoml.-   II. C. t-'r.'c Wiin.-.-'.-j , . ��������� '- ' &  ���������CVrfi.lrur.- Xo.-lJi-X!. rOOIII.  i   -i.) Tin- !iii:is.> or iii-. Lilt,.", ,-<;rc.-.m or lour���������!,- ���������    I'very  hold must liave at least  ��������� Siii'.'ie-ifinir   l.'.iki:,  "li    Surju.-iiffttr   I-'ni;. tion.-il , _,���������-.,,    /*.,,,...e    rr.~,r���������,.    ,,-Ui,    ..    ���������.';..:  lMiu.-r.il    Cl-im.    "O-nt.al    C.vm;,.  .:r.r������i,o-:illh,!Xl!U   '*Ue'!i   r0om;-'  w,t!������    *' UlJni-  ,     .. ...... ., .      .**���������"���������! Fstnp.y   (/biod:-  lo.fM.y��������� sweepm-i  trees^ii'td. bouuhrrs f    .    ���������  w.Ui it as- it .came.  filled '������������������Fsrldlor-.trr-.ek-. and  the  other side, .-.vbere it also took  down considerable big timber..  Mr. Dewar 'left immediately for  .(.he scene of t-be slid",., folic wing  Sutherland's tracks through the  snow to the edge of the slide.  Crossing over to the other side of  the slide, he could linil.no.trace of  '/-���������    G/H'O-."- -' B.:' C.   '���������/.��������� ���������  Dealer i:; D'-tig--," Kfatipitery. ;aud/  rr'i'scriotibos ro-ft-:  '.i''^>'������5ki:*,-'iv^..*;:-'*30������^?^.^^  i  ****���������-.   :.':'     "S   .:.:.....���������     ..       ������������������:.',: .���������*--*. ...:.::.:.../: ������������������.������������������'���������?..'���������'<&,���������  ���������   ��������� ���������,-..������������������.-, ��������� .,: ;��������� ���������:-... ..������������������������������������..��������� ���������      : , .y>a--  J?/-': :.���������;.���������/���������'; ;>"///':".';-./'-'/.////-./://'���������'  i-oceive   prompt  ixkusui c_������crr.-^������3_x������ivi  a   track  that  would  surely   have  license in the province at any time,   been there had Sutherland escaped  ���������'Every hotel must have a .barroom. eiUir.-.ly separate and apart-  from any ���������other  room, also a sepa-  Miiii.i;- I.iivi-;..i.i,  ��������� 1 Hitiin t'loor area of  700 square feet,  Frank Fletcher  PitovixciAL Land Survjsvor,  llelson, B. G.  Knowitig his partner was beyond  doubt onuglib and buried under  many feet of snow and debris,,  Dawftr worked in the slide for two j  days trying .to.'recover the body, j  Sunday noon be gave, up and came i  to Lornn Creek Sundav in'r-bt tired;  WESTERN - ������������������ HOTELS.  t-rilK    KOt������TKN'AV    .SAI.On.V  Saii'.ton, '���������. (i\, has n tine of nerve  br.ici-rs iinsurpruyttl in .ttty J.jMitui-  tuiii tov.-ii-.ui -tlii.- Orc-at West. A  jO.-i.ms til'a<\'M ptirti- given tree with  spirit-i i!!;;nti. '       f  as*  spy  V  i/W-rJ  f  out and  where  in-  y s 3 j-     5' fYT *���������"* 5      fin (1 h\ Pi\S : (.;'i'-.'il:'';"hl' !"'-i'v"--.*--ii i������ '^���������������������������- "hi"i ^'i I; and comfortably furnislu-d. i former]   thi-.  resident.--  of   Sulhi-r- \  l!������L     illJ ILL    bhnrib/i ''^rn������' ������:.<������Mf������y ������������������; ������-.tt������=r n;.r!i.,i f..i-i, :;!     Veii'ilation  'and . facilities   forjland's  sad   death   and   wired I'm-1  '���������������������������"��������� r i-ii!.k- (*-.-������-1-.'-:-' [ egress in ihe I'vei-.r. of lire isiiii-t be'"���������'i'lc-iiil   Constable   Frank  Jones of j  Is pleas-inlly situated in.tbe he.Mt |  (II)  'l 111!     fill'  VVllMlI-T.ili   ll.l I  of Grand Forks, aud is convenient!' ii'iim.-. rii������-. unit  il! 'I'  ..V/7r.r'!.V'V.'\tA��������� --**11-1t-"fi!"- to t'"! wtti^faclionof the iii'-pec-tot  .���������.'���������:.|.y;iii|.!iini-..i.     'al.-o accoihurodatioii   for the licei--  to   all  the   leading  financial  ,lu���������jo^K^;^^ ^Un, and stabling  ���������"' !i.-i;iinniii.i >i.nvu.. ui.i, uiiii,-ri,i ci.-i.r.k.,i' -..hi  for at least my horses,  omiuercial iiistitiifiiH!.'-of the city. j r,;,l,,,;,,ICn;,i:'-   ���������        ,.,-,' No one mav hold a license  who  ���������'    ,    0J- tiin |i -.rj>.-i.-t���������i I'll- M'lu-.ili wn'iii- l.-ttnlc.'.i^ii ii I .        , ,  *���������    .   ., ,     .  Travelers will find it ft comfortable  -Mini:.'-.'.-H-..I Miiu,.;,- j has lost such privilege within three  place to r-ojouni when in the city.  JNo one iu any jviirfe of  the province is permitied , to  sell   liijuor or  FRED RUSSELL  The  * r������ i. j_������ 3/*w������ *������*������������������*���������*������ j **��������� 1  1^ m **.km* ^������_������������ "-viMrr  -i.-^"^      ^^"^a  V  I i L4  CYlttliil Cuii  (H .- Tim |i .,r|i.i.-t-i I'.ir wlii-.ill wn'iii' !.-i tn li:  Miiiln'-.'.'ii-.il Millii-rf.  . i) ir tiin u-.-.ti.-i ii 1,, i.,: iii(..| 1,.1 1 iiin I-.,-,- miii. j previous  yeai-rt, ��������� or  has  b  j 'ii.- iinrj -n't:.. ;l,S'.|-iln-1 iii. ;.i.i,-.' m-Ii-hc 1,1.,. wr.ti-i- '     ���������   .    , ���������   c ,'       ���������     ���������      i     iv  !- t... I... n-.lM.-ii.id to ..f.:.i., nut-irul fhiumnl. am! i VU'ft'f' ������f " ������'."'������������'"���������)  ������nenCf  -.I..- iliirni'-iii-i! in-iiliitii'ln i'.fH'.;.:ii r-.'liil 'if ill-  v.-r.i,������! :, ml  |Kiiul uf I'.-uin:   I) .ii:.-i ,,-i  1'i-cv!-,  ..I! I.ii'ly ..f|l..i ].:.!::��������� J| j,i,.; ul C'!-,:,.:, -.-.j?.., r; ,-i.  i'ki 'flii.-; iidMiv ���������...', i |>...<l.-.i t-n  Iii"   ,m-.!i ,|,i j. of  .Iiid.i.'iO . ,:-l:i   i':.i' :i|ij.ii.  111-in u ill  Hi.- ..-immil.i..:.iiiiii- ...n   llii-   '.'it!i 'l..v -,,   ...-..n,,       -. , ,        .  ,  ::,|,i,. |     iV. woman may bu sei-ved   with  Mi oiiv ..I,.- 'i-Liii-h iuki ii'iiil-fk-o/.,riti..vii-j d/ink in anv public barrooni.  .'I'lliii   ;.i--iiri'i t'.-r i r  tii-i.'.i-. I-,  v !i',  m v'.i-   "'        k-    .     .    .  " . ..  l'-i.,-l....vlli.,-lyi.,-l..-.n-.'v-!l...l  l.yil,,,;r._..Wi:       i1i������ll������*'-l    "1!iy    ]!;)V-J    '"������'������    t������ail  v:--i!;,. i-illi-.'i- :>'i-,vr- (r l--'.)-.v .l.-nut!-f : l.Mily j OIlC IrirrOOIn. ���������    ���������  ,!:'; ,','!:'!'i':"'":'      .     H;';i.-;i.iwxKs,'K'       I    N,) J^uii'ifr '-hall be permitted on  Ai.;''-ohii,'i. it. o;  j������uy   licensed   pn-mise.-1,   nor any  niekel iii-tiie-slot device  lo give it l;o any ebalVeiir opeiatinj,  ���������i.l";-'ir!";,iiiy public vebiide.' '      '  Hfttfji ���������/'LOWER'S CLAIM j ,���������^������ '^ "^ %JZ  ������   -&*W '���������'��������� <*** -.    i!,>v\u.; i he. :--.��������� ui'.t/h,-: tli.it Lo-.vei-.-'t.!" .railways  operating' in   /British  Hits home cot-Ling and lioiiioriiach.!  jirfcKcrved fruit.  Kiinday l;inncr:-i a Specially.  MealH Aervecl from 0 a. in. to 9 p. .tn.  A /iar in Cjnnc(;tit-Ji.(  j'hnhy of warm, d';0.u and plea.'satit  rdouiH ni reasonable prices.  Tow  I  ..nil.! v.'i'H (ill t'fiHii   0' 'll.l   uliii ,(:,i, nil  .-v Of   l1  M'lrl.i,  il---  oinini'ir-.  "No "iii :er or member (if the crow  re  rorved-  ,nirl thi'M1..')--":!.! Piif!iiiip'i'.iu-)-,i.:il ii <vhi,; '������������������"'l'  di'Jok  ut the bar ol any such  till!   VCIIUIII   Of ������������������!    l-.-mle.-IDiii'.!   Illltil Mil'   .it'CM in.--Jti j >, - . ._,.,  No debt, is recoverable   under So  j-nvt'l-lirnniit. slilll, it out. 'of tin-. i/i,-iil:i,  (Uiil itii cditiii- .i:i'Ji-,;.il t.j jiiihliph il,  prtilly on rii-couril nf a'l.-r/.v liv.ir and  partly be:.MUM! it till'en a pila o( money  to run a fd|M>r thnl in mitlntve.l. 'I here  are otill '.'5 different clitiOUK ni thin con-  jernneil jounuil in print, t-jend .tOeuntf-  -ii-d (jet one or pi W and f>vX I hu. bunch  R.T LOVVKb'V,  1 i-'rei-iiwrKiil  V., ('.  for i-'piiituoiis liipioiH purchased at  ori<! time.  .No hotel slinil sell liquor in  other.('iiantity thaii a 'cjtiart bottlo,  except ��������� for consumption on the  priHiiiset).. .���������'...���������  .No I,  Kitscbis for assistance  to   rocuvei  the  bod}'.    Con stable  Jones   sent  John (lammie along with-\V. Leois-  anl, another'partner of Su.herlands  up to Lome ��������� Creek Monday rnoro-  ing  with   full   instructions  to get  all   particulars   and   endeavor   to  (Ind the body,   but  believes it will  be impossible to  recover 'the body  before the snow melts in the spring.  Ihii  Sutherland   went to Lome  Creek over  three years ago where  he took up a pre-emption and did  considerable���������' prospecting.    He was  a (all, well built man,a hard worker,  right in the prime of life, of a very  very genial nature,.and  had many  friends   wherever  be  was known.  His sad death is  deeply, regretted  by all, and wc  hope  his body will  be speedily recovered.���������Big Canyon  Weekly.     _*   V/ldklov/kiori, At-Kayar, Nelson, ������2. C.  You've got to advertise if you  want people to know you're on  earth, (in) gorilla said. " .It's the  lion's roar that makes Mm fluking of beji:-ls. The person who  ���������nuke.' tlio big noise gets to the  front. The rabbit pondered these  w'ortln ftncl was convinced. Bomb  time; later be rose on hia, hind legs  in   a   thicket   und   screamed, . li;  I T1!K)1II,ST     HOI'S!!  Nel-'iie, II I'., l-< run rut the Alii-  eric.-oi .-ind l'.;i-.ii|.i'.-iii |.Un. 'Tlie'r.1  Is nothiii-r yi-II.iu- ;iiir)u������ liLe'liiai'?'!  ex.-i'pi-th'-;j-(.!rl bi  the. Hiife.  r.tnlun.1 it -l-|-r^illi.i.  AI!  <IOTt-I.   SI.OC- N  Tlirc-k: Forks, B. C, tr> tlie'/ieading  hotel of tilt: city. Mou'utniu trout  nnd game ilitincrs a specialty.  Rooms ri-svrvi'd by O.-l^gntph.  IIu^-li M-.iMi,  I'riiji.  mvn.-Tur,H.������MMk-miT������n..'inan������iMk-R.mm..w  i';w.\iAi;ivi':-r   iioi';-;r.  Is the litmie, for".-ill trmnstp ruul  Kiilliiiiminis vi-itin^ New 'Oliver, (Iiiiiiii (.'.liruiibia. ' .  "llriti-y SO-'/.-i'-.  l'i-'i|>i-.  i'jtoviNOK  hoti:l  f'ranjl Foi-kii.- i.s a large ,tlirey-  str.iy biii'.k lii'Tid ihnl. proviilttH  the j ubil<; with uo'id in.-aN juiil  p'lea'Kitnt'rootila A lieu- btiililiug  but the ���������'���������une'olil rali-s.  (���������')r,H   I.l'l'fdil,   l*|-<l|il'iel(>,-,  rood/  F.ar.'uway fields are '.usually thought to be green. -^  This ..is-'probably , Avhy /so many people in . the' ���������*)>  Boundary arc constantly buying real estate and "  ^ kSfco::ks tar .'from the (iLstriel; iu which they live J  \\ Why -not .put. some of your speculating money in ^  p ventures within a Cow .miles ofyoui' own door, and ������|  '-\f bcnclil; yourself and ilic cumnlry in \vhich you V  f. reside and make money ?'..  A The Ar*g*o Mining and Tunnel Co. of Greenw  ���������u is orgaui^d under the laws of British Columbia, ^  m with  a capital -stock   of  ������125,000,* .divieed   into ft  V 500000 shares, at 25. cents each, non-personal lia-  >  pjjility.   Adjoining-Greenwood the company own a n  V largo number of valuable claims, Avilh high-grade  ^  A      .      '      ,..        . ���������'.,.,.,     o    ..S3  4   gold.,and'coppor ore showing on.the suriace.   The  /it -coviipa'h'y'.ii"! ho'.v "eugagod in runnii/ig a H.OOO-foofc  %/j tiumel'to laj) ail these leads at gi'eat depth. Every. ^  indication is favorable to the striinng/ol'/vnluable..  i,  on or  ���������Q.'iv  be* Bervik-d in i>  coyote,   lfj.-i;  rutii-   o  f Miii-:i-al>l-iU'  liAKi-iviKH'   Jttn-i::,  in X,-l.-;������-i, P.. (/!., o-ii|)Iiivm nil  whltt- liebi 'ind M n inline fur (lie,  tvi-rlil at Jl/io a day.    ,  IS.  !���������  (Ji-il!l!li,  I'l-.'iU-irliii-.  Till';    KAil.O    IIUII.I,  i K.i-h', H. i',, i-. a emiifi i-fiililr.  Inline f.r iili whe li-'ivel le Ilia,  ���������-.it,-..  ('ixMfli* i^k  r^jiM-iirlil.  ^ deposits .of ..ore,  and, (ho  tune  to '.invest,Is now, ~M$  HUtZIUlUOVKK   ]f(>i;:'X  Nolaon; 15 C, One ininiito's v/nll;  from C. P. It' Htntion. CuiHino  unoxCellecl; Well hetited und ven-  til;ttr:d. .:���������..���������.:.������������������".���������'��������� -"' "  boon as- ore is encouiif ored at great debt!, tlio ���������'���������price"-"'  fyi -'���������". ��������� t      ��������� * *' ���������  '��������� ���������'���������       ���������'      ' tei  J of stock will ..ascend Vapidly  and -the chances of -i  1^ ma'ki.ng big money out of a small investment "will ^  not be /.so good.   The   time  to 'speculate is when.  _ ;,thii.'igs are  beo'imiing.   The success, of this big'-. ^  ^  tunnel n/b.-atis gi-eai; ^cfiith for tho investors'.antl  ^  inr'i'O'ssod prosperify lor the entire distiieli .>./     .���������'"-.*?!-  Vi(     Jnvt'.s'ors tu'id visitors'to the disfricl are cordially A  L  inviied io in-r-peef. the properties 'and'View, the, work   j-  y being done ind ho tunnel.    .For further''particulars  }>��������� addres*' the president.oi1 secretary. ������������������'  ������ OLA LOPSTAD, A.  l������  *'  ���������gPiesitlent'.  Secretary.  <'C  <?<&<<&<������<.,  '-s*t*fc,r  '"*<,


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