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 J/-W--V **���������"������������������  I '"  t-     '���������  V A^*V*-%^-^"**r .'       j ',,.,,, <���������* ,���������  ���������%    '*'���������-,.',   -"r:--;>k,',r.v....^   ..'.*,',���������^Jw..,-Jlt;  ' ' * /'"        '       ' '      *���������;'..'*'������������������'" '-'���������"*-.-:.' .' Ik ���������**"��������� ..''V'*:'.*'"-1'  .%;x*  Vol.   XVII.  GREENWOOD, ft C, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 191]'.  Ngftt  ' '' iv*/'Vi*-'������  *.-��������� <*n#.  v ,v-v* */:::���������������  No.* 34  THIS WEEK  | Around Home  t5c. a Gallon, 25c. a Bottle  Suit Cases j Hand Bags  ������������������ -���������:���������--Trunks,������������������  Shawl & Trunk Straps  A NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED  THE STORE OF PLENTY  GREENWOOD',' B. C.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD Co.  jfrtf-argiia  Ltd.,  The Furniture & stove Man.  PHONE 16. GREENWOOD,' B. C.  Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens  ���������'���������������_? j?** BOOKS  wSSlSIAIIONERyl  .China Ware*  Novelties  Postal Cards  " fechool Books  School Gf-oods  Sporting  ' - .* Requisites  " 'Dolls, .Toys  |, PASTRY BAKED DAILY AND  ALWAYS FRESH.  OGILVIE'S  | ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  "*" 49 pound sack, $?.\o  OOILVIE'S ROLLED OATS  8 pound sack, 45 cents  NO FREIGHT OR EXPRESS  When you Buy your Edison Phonograph  :    or Victor Talking Machine from us.  -:*. We sell both Machines and Records at the Same Price as Any  ������������������Dealer in Canada.   *    Any particular Machine not in stock can  be'procured in from four to six days. ,.  WE SELL ON EASY TERMS WHEN DESIRED.  I  "FOR   SALE  T  ' ss&a  ���������  GREENWOOD,  OPPOSITE   THE   ROST- OFFICE."; '���������    --y        . PHONE   27.  GULLEY&Go.,  B. 0.  Three Roosters nnd 44 young  hens, principally Plymouth Rocks  and White Leghorns.    C. F. Stork  , A Restaurant and Rooming  House in a good town, doing a  business of about $6,000 a month.  Price, $5,000.    Apply Ledge office  ROOMS   TO   _I*T  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms iu a quiet locality  at reasonable rates.  A newsboy in Grand Forks has  820 in the bank.  Red Clark will soon wander back  to the silvery Slocan.  On Friday evening the bachelors  will give a ball in Rock Creek.  The Phoenix hockey  team  will  make a try for the Stanley cup.  A.   White ' of  Revelstoke,   has  opened a grocery store in Phoenix.  The new crusher at the Rawhide  mine will be iu operation this week.  I'   Greenwood defeated Phoenix at  I hockey last Saturday by a score of  4 to 2.       /  Greenwood defeated Grand  Forks at hockey last week by a  score of 0 to 1.  T. Thomas, the well - known  tailor, is in the hospital with an  attack of grippe.  At the Sheriff's Sale last Friday,  the Elkhorn was sold to Charles  Kinney, for $650.  George W. Rumberger and J. E.  Thompson are looking at the palm  trees in California.  Owing to the illness of the Vicar  there were no services in St. Jude's  church last Sunday.   '< |  The Phoenix Amalgamated has  ���������15 men employed and, is shipping  about 900 t-_s a week. ������  John Meyer has gone to West-  bridge to manage the Rossland  hotel for George Wellwood.  Send 25 cents to The Ledge  office and get a copy of Float. The  pdition will not last forever.  Doc. Thomas is in 'Frisco, run.  ning a brokerage business. He  should make a fortune in that city.  Charles Kauppi Ipst^an eye last  week through a premature blast  at a railway camp neai-Bull Creek.  Owing to the Victoria shaft being disabled, the .shipments to the  Granby smelter will be  light   this  , Archie Gillis- has bought six  horses from Jeronie (j\'EcDonel and  6 the Midway stage business*. Archie  took the ribbons yesterday,'and in a  short time he will put on a new  Concord coach drawn by four-  horses.  J. L. Christian has not yet recovered from the effects of the  dynamite explosion;last summer.  His eyes are in a very poor condition and it is with difficulty that  he can see enough to iind his way  around town.  Georgo T. Moir, the C.P.R.  agent at Grand Forks, was in the  city last week. George became  notorious in Slocan City some  years ago, through his attempts to  switch the world onto his track to  the fanatic's heaven.  Charles Martin is in town from  Beaverdell, getting his molars  touched with gold. Charley went  to school with Laurier, and if he  had stayed with his books a little  longer ho might have been today  one of the leading politicians of  this great Dominion.  Tom Trenary will run a hotel at  Rosebery, and teach the "New Denver brass band during his spare  moments. With a brass band and  ���������Tim Grier's paper, thc Lucerne of  America should once more climb  into the limelight, and cast a deep  shadow over its pretty rival at  Four Mile.  It takes 14 days for tho C.P.R  to bring freight from Vancouver  to Greenwood. This is as fast as  a pack-train could, do the work,  and the freight rate is some lower  than the packers charge. Possibly  when the C.P.R. is able to make a  day or two reduction in the time,  the danger of pack mule competition will be entirely eliminated.  5. Western Float I  v ' _  ������kr>ti>**^_b-a^t^(r>.a>a^8^������r?������a>'8  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  A HINDOO SQUABBLE.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,00_0_  DRAFTS ON  REST, - $7,000,000  -..- FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Every branch ofThe Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on  the principal cities in the following- countries without delay:  Afnca Crete r.��������������������������� New /ojjand  Africa Crctu  Arabia Cuba  Argentine Republic Denmark  Australia Egjpt  Austria-Hungary Faroe Islands  Belgium " Finland  Brazil   ��������� Formosa  Bulgaria France  Ccyle-a ** Kr'ch Cochin China  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Ireland  Italy       -  Japan  Java  Malta  Norway  Panama  Persia  Pen;  Philippine Islands  Portugal  Roumania  Russia  Sen ia  Siam  Siboria  Soudan  South Africa  Spain   .  Straits Settlements  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  United States  Uruguay  West Indies, etc.  JS!*?' -     Germany Manchuria  China Great Britain Mexico o,.,m West Indies etc  The amount of these drafts is stated in the money of.the country where they are pay-  able; that is they are drawn m sterling;, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, yen,  taels, roubles, etc., as the case may be. This ensures that the payee abroad wi!  receive the actual amount intended. ���������  SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager.        -       Greenwood Branch.  TEMPERANCE  ���������������**-*  is all right if shorn of liumbiiggery.  Too much water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else.  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are mediciu jl if not abused. "Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  Greenwood Efqwor gfompam/, importers, Greenwood, B. & ������  BtiRNS���������& CQ.)  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish,  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of  Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  FOOLED THE HOGS.      ;  A commercial traveler driving- from  town to town through Ihe pine woods of  Florida saw a drove of emaciated razor-  back hogs rushing wildly from tree to  tree. He halted at the pollings.-of a  "cracker's" home, and asked a woman in  & miuboiiiict what was the matter with  i>  the swine. "Well, you see," the woman  explained, "my old man is deaf and  dumb, and when he wanted to call  the hogs to their- swill he: learned them  to come when he tapped oii one of the  trees. It worked rvll right when they  first got learned/but now them woodpeckers is making the poor things run  their legs off."  At tbe speedy trial before Judge  Brown, iu Greenwood, last Friday,  Beyan Singh, a Sikh Hindoo, was  charged with assaulting another  Hindoo, at Ebolt, and robbine  him of 680.   ,  It was'brought out in evidence  thnt Hindoos in this province  live  011 from  $5 to 87 a month, and  that they  had  in  the bank from  8500 to 82.S0O each.   Some have  from one to three bank accounts,  all saved in three or more years.  The most sensational piece of evidence was given by George T. Moir  the C P.R. agent' at Grand Forks!  who appeared on behalf of the accused, and swore under oath  that  Beyan  Singh  was the very   best  man, either black or white, that he  ever had work under him since he  had been in the employment of the  C. P R.  It was also brought; out that a  Hindoo coal contractor, Cathor  Singh, a friend of the'accused, had  earned as much as $240 in a tingle,  month unloading coal by contract,  and as much as ������82 in nine days  for himself. *  It was also brought out that the  accused had $1,200 in  the Royal  Bank: and that ho* had previously  served two months at hard labor in  Nelson jail   for   theft  at   Grand  Forks.   Judging from tho evidence  it looked as though,   iu  this case,  Beyan  Singh   was the victim of a  conspiracy by his own countrymen,  who do not wear the same kind of  a turban, or follow the same employment in their native land.   An  interpreter,   who  was formerly in  the Bombay police,   was brought  from tho coast to; make it possible  for ihe court to  understand  the  case, as Hie Honor, Judge Brown  is not familiar with the language  of the Hindoo.  In this trial, it was evident that  there was considerable lying,  as  live witnesses gave evidence that  flatly contradicted the stories  of  the affair as told by other five.  The trial lasted two days,  and is  important as forshadowing future  trouble for the B. C. courts, if the  cow-worshipping   descendants   of  Ananias begin to put up jobs upon  those of their own race who  wear  different colored turbans.     In this  case the prisoner was found guilty  of assault, but as he had already-  been twelve days in jail, and it had  not been proved that he stole the  880, the court discharged him.  Billy  interest in his Carmi hotel lfu.ild-.ng,  lots,   etc ,  to J. B. Sheridan, for  $1,500.  Jud Foulds and Thomas Bran-  nigan sppnt several days in hospital suffering from gri-jkjo and its  complications.  Your friends in the cent belt will  thank yon for a copy of Float.  You can get one at Tbe Ledge  office for two bits.  CITY COUNCIL.  met   on   Monday  The   Council  evening.  Letters were received frohn  the  secretaries of the Union of  Can ad-  w^.k*. ^ , ian and B. C. Municipalities,  ask-  Nelson   has   sold   a   iia]fjng for the annual membership fee.  r-mi hotel ifiiilrlmcr. lT,ie fees were ordered to be paid.  The following accounts were ordered  paid:���������The  Ledge, $20,- B.  C. Times, $3; Nelsou News, $20.  The Street Committee was in-  Tho man who seeks temptation  merely to show his strength only  exhibits his weakness.  Tho man wlio is always taking  tilings as they como sooner or later  litids overything going.  Pi-imo Zimpanr was sent to the  insane asylum at New Westminster last Saturday, in charge of  constable C. G. Wheeler.  , Jim Copland was in town this  week, looking as fresh and youthful as he did when ho first struck  Rock Creek, 50 years ago.  Thomas   Hawkins   died  at his  ranch, on the Bridesville road, last  week.    He had lived 1G years iii  the district, aud was about 80 years  ' of age.  L. M. Chance has opened a  barber shop, in the Carson block,  Phoenix, which will be very convenient for the residents of the  lower town.  Gene Shea is still in tho hospital  at Spokaue and not making any  improvement. His mind is affected  and he imagines that he is someone  else besides Gene Shea.  There ie no chance of Cleve  Newman getting pardoned out of  the pen. at New Westminster, although he might be liberated on  parole in four or five years.  In Greenwood the offices of the  government agent and mining recorder have been combined at a  salary of $130 a month. The clerk  and janitor receives $100 a month.  Ben Hart, who was arrested recently at Mrs. Youney's ranch,  near Chesaw, Wash., for horse  stealing, has been sent to the pen.  at Walla Walla, for from one toiu  years.  After a long residence in Greenwood, George Cuuuiugham. has resigned his position as mining recorder, and will tako up his residence at the coast some timo this  mouth.  George Hambly has been discharged from the hospital. He was  injured about two weeks ago by  his horse falling on him while  riding down tiie trail from the  Tip Top.  The building of a Skating Rink  in Phoenix is practically assured.  It will havo an ice surfaco of 90 x  180 feet, with round corners, and  will be similar to tho new rink in  Greenwood.  Tho Big Tunnel is in 1460 feet.  It is expected that 110 great bodies  of ore will be struck until a distance of 2,200 feet has been driven.  There are 24 men on the payroll of  this important enterprise.  Complaints are hoard about tho  prevalence of drunken men in  Grand Forks on-Sundays*. Thev  must stock a cache on Saturday  nights,' as none of tho hotel men in  that city will sell a drink on Sun-  I day.  structcd to l"iirnjsh_an estimate of       ���������������<��������� j^������- -unman ���������JoiumDia will  the plank  required for sidewalks  bo" deluged "by" "big* game"Hunters  Bitter Creok   is, troubled  with  blind pigs. '���������  Potatoes retail for $50 a  ton  in  Port Alberni.        '   '  The Hudson Bay Co. will  open  11 store in Rupe.  Fire destroyed Sam ,Lgo_ laundry in Kelowna.  A pipe band is being formed  in  North Vancouver.  The hospital in Rupe  has  been"  insured for $10,000.  I    The city .market in  Vancouver  has proved a failure.  Meat by the quarter is IS cents a  pound in Fort Georgo.  Saloons will bo abolished in B.C.  early in January 1014.  t A branch of the Royal Bank has  been opened at Sardis.  Murdock McLeod  will open "a  general store at Yahk.  Tom McGovorn- has joined  the  fire brigade in Stewart.  Masked balls are tho rago in the  society circle of Quesnel.  The C.P.R. will re-open its telegraph office in Chilliwack.  Tlie Stewart fire brigade has  bought a new hoso reel for SJ52.  Last Saturday was the 17th  anniversary of the big fire in Kaslo.  The Cariboo road is full of .pitch  holes between the 83 and 11.5 mile  posts.  During January there were four  deaths and eleven births in Prince  Rupert.    -  At Kamloops, an Indian was  sent 30 months to jail for horse  stealing.  Eckstein & McTaggart of Fernie,  have opened a branch law office at  the coast.  The total cost of running the  schools in Penticton this year will  be $4,165.  _ Percy Hook is teaching the musical people of Calgary how to play  the piano. '  John Tait, who recently died in  kamloops, had lived 40 years iu  that place.     - *  This year British Columbia will  for the 3'ear  Aids. Me Kee and McCreath were  appointed a committee to go  thoroughly iuto the cost of installing a pumping system.  It was moved by Aid. McLiine  and seconded by Aid. McKee, and  carried, that Mr. Garland be billed  for water for 13 houses for the past  six mouths.  Council adjourned until M-irch 13.  B. 0. COPPER CO.  The British Columbia Copper  company produced during the fiscal  [year ended November 30, 1910  7,143,456 pouuds of copper, 24,962  ounces of gold, and S4,1S0 ounces  of silver, according to the annual  report of the company.  During the sam > period there  were treated at the company's  smelter at Greenwood, 441,672  tons of ore, of which 399,353 came  from the company's own mines,  while 36,575 were custom ores,  the balance being converter slag.  The yield of this ore per ton was  IS pouuds of copper, $1.23 in gold  and silver. The yield in all three  meta's was slightly higher than  that for the two previous years.  The total costs per ton of ore  mined were $2.73. The cost per  pound of copper produced, including all expenses of mining, smelting and marketing, after deducting  the value of the gold aud silver,  was 9'04S cents.  ......Tho production from the company's miues fur the same period  was as follows: Mother Lode, 359,-  502 tons; Wellington camp, 15,591  tons; Oro Denoro, 13,357 tons;  Napoleon, 1L,774 tons, making the  aggregate tonnage produced 400,-  224 tons. ; ������������������,'���������������������������'  The profit for the years operations _ was $256,561-5S..; Owing  to a strike at the company's mine.**  operations were conducted for practically only liiue months out of  the twelve.  Since the date of the report the  company has declared a dividend  for the year at the rate of 10 .per  cent., of which the first quarterly  instalment, amounting to $62,875,  was paid on February"!.  THE FAULTFINDER.  Whenever you find a man finding fault with tho local paper, open  it up and ten to one he hasn't an  advertisement in it; five to one he  never gave it a job of work; three  to one ho does not tako the paper;  two to one that if ho is a subscriber he i.s delinquent; even up, he  never does anything that will nsaist  tho publisher to run a good paper  and forty to 0110 that if tho paper  is a good one and full of life, he is  the most eager to seo tho paper  when it comes out.  from Europe  This year an attempt will be  made to grow tobacco at Vernon  and Enderby.  This winter there have been hundreds of unemployed aud destitute  men in Calgary.  The price of beef has advanced  at Mission City and other towns in  the Fraser valley.  White fish fry will be deposited  this year in the inland waters of  British Columbia.  J. R. McDonald has been ap'-  poiuterl superintendent of the coal  miues iu Bellevue.  The government will build a  SSo.OOO postoffiee building in Chili-  wack this summer.  It is reported that an hotel, costing $30,000, will be built in Port  Alberni next summer.  This winter, Frank Asam ran a  traction engine on runners from  White Horse to Dawson.  In High River, a Chinaman has  been fined $100 for giving liquor  to a 9iwashed individual.  R. H. Trueman, the well-known  photographer, died in Vancouver  last week, aged 54 years.  Iu the Crow's Nest Pass, deer on  the track are causing railway engineers considerable trouble.  A local company has been incorporated for the purpose of furnishing Alberui with light and water.  Frank Bailey the mining engineer of the Similkameen, will soon  leave on an extended tour of Europe.  Ben Pugh, an E-isfc Kootenay  prospector, has been admitted to  the Old Man's Home, at Kamloops.  Eight hoboes were caught in the  quarantine at Mission City, and  lived at the expense of the government. ."-'..���������'.  I    Richard McGowan,  as a result  !of rough hockey, was confined   to  his   bed   in   Frank,   for ��������� several  weeks.  It is estimated that 130,000 emigrants will come into Western  Canada this year from the United  States.  Malcolm McGillis, a sub-contractor on the C.N.R., near Hope,  suicided by cutting his throat .with  a razor.  Last year, 120,000,000 dozens of  eggs were produced in -Canada! Ol  this number, 17 per cent, wont to  fcb.p bad.  New. Wednesbury is the name of  a new mining town that will be  established. six milod from Cumberland. "   ������������������"���������  The court in Merritt has declared that playing poker ia gambling even when there is no money  at ttakc.  ,   Iu   Vancouver,   carpenters   are"  asking $4.50 a day for their  labor  after the first of May,  and  bricklayers. $6., *       ' -  In the Similkameen, the government will build schools at Lower  Rock Creek, Ocean-Falls'and Five  Mile Creek;  There was,more money spent for  liquor in Canada- last year,   than '  was received far tho entire vvh'eafc'  crop of the Canadian West.  _ Tho Great Northern  will  burn  oil on  its engines  in' the Vest.  Storage  tanks   holding   7,000,000  gallons will   be built at Everett,  Wash.  Gold  is reported  to have beeii  found adjoining the city  limits of '  North Vn-'ncouver.    If so, tbe joy  of tho real estate man should ba '  complete.  A  rancher recently drove into  Quesnel  with   a   mixed   team of  horses and oxen.   The horses wero  the leaders of this grotesque four-' ���������  animal train: '      ��������� ,  In Mike Murray's cabin, , in  Dawson, this winter, a cat hatched  out several chickens, by making  her nest in a case of egg9 while  raising her kittens.  The city of'Prince   Rupert   is    '  saving money by getting its legal  advice upon  the European plan.  The city dispensed  with  its city-  solicitors in January.  .John W. Smith is dying from  dropsy in Portland. He discovered  the first copper mine 'that the  Guggenbeims bought in the Copper  River country, Alaska.  Yale promises to be lively this  summer owing to the gold  excitement along Siwash Creek.   Recent-    ���������,  ly   100 claims have been   staked    .-  along that old-time creek.  Every eyesore and dumping  ground, in and arouud Chilliwack,  is to be wiped out by the board of  health. Other towns would do  well to follow this example.  The Lethbridge News says that  the exact figures of the white women married to Japanese and Chinese in the Canadian West would  furnish startling information.  .On   February  10,  the editor of      ,  the Kelowna Courier saw a robin  hopping along the streets in his  town.      The early bird gets the  flask around,that favored locality.  s_,A bartender,- in -addition to the---  landlord.,of an  hotel in"Mission"  City, was recently, fined  $100 "for  selling  more  than  one   bottle , cf  liquor at one time to the same man.  After the quarantine was raised  at Mission City, A. A.   Lane was  one of the first to go to the' coast.  The Record says that he returned  without   being Vaccinated,  fumi-    '  gated contaminated or assaynated.  O. Carlson, a trapper on  Vancouver Island,   went crazy while  attending his traps and was found  by his partners, three days later,  in a frozen and demented condition.  He died while they were packinc*-  him to their cabin. ������  There are only three beet sugar  factories in Canada, and one of  these is at Raymond, Alberta.  During the past two years the  three plants have produced 19,-  711,801 pounds of sugar from beets  grown on 11,100 acres of laud.  Yearly sixteen European countries  produce   0,500,000   tons   of   beet  ,'aS'I  .   ���������}���������..'"IB  ,   jy I  "��������� '.-/I  . - -*��������� *������  ��������� - .'-'*i  .'41  JIB  T  ^  sugar, and it takes 40,000.000  acres of land to produce the beets.  There is a great opening for the  expansion of this business in Al-  beita.  The Spring Boom.  Booms usually come in the  spring to mining camps. Away  back in Ontario things are already  getting warm around Porcupine  judging from the following despatch :  Porcupine, Out.-Telluride Gold.  Those are the magic words which  have started a "rush" through the  deep snow to the district around  the southwest end of Miiskasandae  Lake,  south  of the township   of  Musgrove aud  Bartlett,  somo 33  miles from this place.    Since Wednesday night last, when  hitherto  unconfirmed reports seem to  have  been practically confirmed, parties  have beeh trekking to the south  night and day. ,;  ���������.   If all that is hoped for. is realized  it will  become the greatest gold   ���������  camp in Ontario, for it is the! first-  tell uride camp discovered -iii: thd  province.    Tellurida ore is that in*'  which invisible   gold   values   are'' ���������  general all through "tho. ore  bodv,  and uot found inI visible .'���������pockets''-  as is tho case in the otliPr parts of  ,the Porcupine camp.     The oro assays up to $108 a ton.  All For Five Dollars.  Louise. Marquise, alias Babe  Adams, the dissolute woman who  was murdered in Tuber, was mar-  Tied to a Jap in Cranhrook somn  time ago. The minister who th d  the knot was severely cent-tired by  tho chief of police in Lethbridge,  and the News of that city remarkH  that the French girl was manicd  to a Jap, by a Canadian mini.-ter.  with a negro witness, for a fee of 66,  >'Mm lm -.-.-,y .>,���������*^y^'s.'.^y^ "!5-v^.- -~?.*!'-*;;,i'!*V:;''f,k'*;'!'-."-'.'f^-'^L^"':''^-.  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  f-y������"������ imniini u������"ii.������*������.<..s. ������"S ������..������..s^g  Two   Who   Began   and  Ended. Friends  By H. D. CLEAVER  Copyright, 1910. by American Press  Association.  ���������>_  Robert -Sjioouer and Lars Gibsou  al live were going about with their  linns around each other's ii'vt; in  twelve they enjoyed boys' sports to  r-i-iher; ut eighteen they conferred as  to what Held in li.e'b work they should  *s_ter.  The bond Mint drew them togelher  was a dissimilarity of disposition  SponiiiT was lirij-hr, inipul>;i\e, diu-iu-.'  ���������Men to i-ecUlessncss. He would en.s  Il.v liy into n passion uud was i-nirl- t������  do peiiatu-e for his acts while under  its influence, (iilison was of a ven  '.���������(|iiable disposition. [lis amiability  was never seriously interfered with  and seldotu nulled. These cornpli  nentiiry d is->osi lions weldi'd Iheii  hearts when they were children, and  the all'eciion horn of iheir lender year.-  was never permanently  broken.  lloth  about   the same  lime secured  siliiiilions     in     different     mercantile  hulises.     Spooner   was.   very   quick   to  learn and endowed will. great naiuri.  energy.   The consequence was thnt he  advanced   rapidly.    (Jibson   was slow  in  his motions, not over quick lo un  dersiaud,  always  willing lo do  whin  was   required   of   him,   patient   ro   a !  fault   and  quietly   persistent.     During |  these    early    years    of    their    career  Spooner would confer w.'th his friend  coinplnhiiiif- of what he called rhe sin  pidity of i hose iiiunediaiely over him  ���������.-iuiliiif-  becaiKo  lie  found   It   ditliculi  ro make ihem understand Hint he dis  covered ways of doing things quicker,  plainer,    more   correctly    than    they  (ill-sou would say:  "Ue patient. I'ob. Your n.itura-l  ability will win in ihe end. whereas  If you tr.v to go loo fust you rimy get  u backset that you will he years in  making up."  "I know you're right, my hoy." Rob  would reply. "You're always right  about everything, but It's niighly hard  to see things going wrong when a  suggesiion from me would right it and  I nor make the suggestion."  "How do you know they would np  predate. itV And wouldn't they be  liable to tell you to keep your place  and mind your own business. If you  were iu their place would you listen  'to suggestions from them?'"  "I listen to .suggestions  from  iheuT  Not much;"  "All things come to Ibos-j who wait."  Hob Spooner could not help feeling  himself a  iK'lier man than his friend  in cvcryihing except patience, genrle-  ncss,  endurance.     lie did   not  expect  I.ars to  make much  headway  in  the  world:   Indeed,   lie   was  ambitious i{o,  make  n  success   for  hirm-elf  that   he  might share it wilh the man he luved  it was nor long before Spooner broke  away  from his employers and set up  for himself.    He had  uo capital,  hut  had   a   capacity   for   inspiring   confidence,    lie sui-cecdod from the siart.  F'-ith young  men  married.    Spooner  wedded a girl who saw in liim a means  to acquire wh.-it  was (he wish of her  life���������social  prominence.    Gibson  married n girl who loved money for money's sake rather than what she could  a (-quire witli  it.    Mrs.  Spooner spent  all  her husband's  Income.    .Mrs.  (Jib-  son   ext-rled   herself   to   prevent   her  husband from giving away all his family did uot   positively  require.     From  the time of their marriage tlielr wives  stepped into their shoes and enacted  the  bain nee of their lives   for them.  No. not all; at the end they acted for  themselves.  It was their desire that their wives  should fuel as warm a friendship for  each other as was theirs. Spooner. with  his natural enthusiasm, expected this;  Gibson, with a certain longlicadeducss  or horse seuse, knew that It could not  be. There was nothing to bring the  two womeu together���������indeed, there  wus that to drive them apart. Each  wife was Jealous of I lie Influence ex-  erred by her husband's friend. "It is  singular," .Mrs. Spooner would say.  "how you can see so much lu that dull  fellow*. You are more capabl? in every  way." And Mrs. Gibson would say.  "Your friend Spooner looks down on  you; he considers himself vastly your  superior."  Spooner made money so rant that the  very rapidity of ills accumulations accelerated his accumulative desires. Just  as a man owning au automobile that  will do forty miles an hour desires oue  that will do sixty. One morning the  newspapers announced the full tiro of  a large and long established banking  house. It wns rhe signal gun for the  opening of a commercial panic. The  house of Spooner & Co. went down In  the crash, and (lie head of tlie lirrn was  obliged to take the benefit of the bankruptcy law.  For   two   or   tlrree   years   valuc9  shrank.   Gibson,   who had saved���������or,  rather, whose wife had sared-consld-  eruble money, saw an opportunity to  buy property cheap nnd made In vestments which when the financial pendulum   Rwung  to   the  olher  extreme  made him   rich.    Meanwhile  Spooner  was fi-peln-; himself from the wreck of  it's business and when he hud done so  found himself more than forty years  old,   without   the  phyclcnl   pnergy  of  youth with which to make a new beginning and without a dollar of capital.  ills old friend called on blni and  (will: , '  "Bob. I can let you have J'JO.OOO on  a tiomliial Interest und without security. 1 would double It; but, you see.  my wife <.ud children have their claim-  on me, and I don't feel thut I have tho  right to do more."  Spooner grasped his friend's hand,  but sir Id nothing fur a time, then told  Gibson he would coirsider the timtier  When .Mrs. S[K>ouer heard of the olfer  she advised her Inisbaiid to accept It.  but showed such unlngorrlsm to the  donor that Spooner resolved to decline  the loan. Indeed, the sum was not  large enough to put hlru ou his feet as  he wished, and he preferred to manipulate certain banks wilh which he had  done business to raise twenty times  the amount. lie failed in this ami was  obliged to lake a subordinate position  In (lie employ of another.  Gibson was now very prosperous,  lie bud never made money fast except during the recovery from the  panic, when the values of tlie property he bad bought expanded as rapidly us they had contracted. His wife  set up a carriage and two or three  automobiles. Tlie couple purchased  the Spooner home that Spooner might  redeem It when again able to do so.  Hut as time passed it did not appear  that Spooner would ever he able to do  so. Had it not been for the Influence  of Gibson's, wife he would have yielded to his affection for his old friend  and offered to deed tbe place back to  him.  And now en me one of those combinations of ciri umsiances calculated to  drive apart  instead  of weld   together  ttiose who love.    Robert Spooner as a  young man had desired to accumulate  partly  that  he might   help the  friend  whom he looked upon as his inferior  Tie now saw  that   inferior In a  posi  lion to help him.    Had lie beeu uiiiu  fluenced   lie   might   have   stood   the  strain   occasioned   by   jealousy.     But  Mrs. Spooner. disappointed in not being able to retain the grip she had secured  on  society   smarting at seeing  tlie   man    whose   Influence   over   her  husband   she  had   disliked   successful  while Spooner was a failure, begun a  series  of  Innuendoes against   Gibson  These had no effect at first, but, being  followed up pertinaciously, at last in  fected the subject on whom she work  ed..  Finally Rpoonrr. seeing a rare op  portunity. made a desperate effort tr  Interest certain men with capital, succeeded and wilh one of these brilliant  strokes for which lie had formerly  been remarkable made a fortune. As  soon as Gibson heard of (he fact lie  sent n note to his friend offering to  sell him his former home.at tlie price  he had paid for it, which wan about  half its present valuation, l'.ut the  poison was iu Spooner's blond, and he  replied curtly that the place would  not now be commensurate with hi������-  altered fortunes.    .  From that time there was a contin  tied effort on tlie part of the Spooiiers-  lo flaunt their position in tlie face of  tlie Gil-son'*- that is, on tlie part of  Mrs. Spooner. What her husband did  wns inspired by her. Rut this Gibson  didn't know, and he felt his old  friend's antagonism keenly. Thc  Spooners grew richer, nnd the richei  they grew Uie more they snubbed the  Gibsons. Mrs. Ppooner's chief desire  seemed lo be to make them understand that while they had thotisnndk  the Spooners had millions nnd ilu>i  there was as wide a difference in (he  social position of the (wo families ns  there was in their financial position.  And so ir came that ihe two friends  drifted apart. I'.oili retired from busi  ness. and both were old men. Neitliet  had any use for (he money he had  accumulated beyond a bare living.  Whatever enjoyment there was in  wealth was derived by their families  Friends had dropped away, and tlie  old men were companionable with uo  one. One evening while Mrs. Spooner  was cuterlaining a house full of guests  her husband, letting himself oui  through a back door, walked into the  street. lie felt the desolation of a  homeless man.  Passing a cafe that had been iu the  same location for half a century, where  he and Gibson had in their youth met  for a bite, n glass of beer and to tail;  over their affairs, he was seized with  a melancholy desire to go in and sit in  the old familiar seat. As be approached the stall he found it occupied  by an old man. Fie was about to pass  on when lie heard his name spoken.  Turning, he saw the veteran in the  booth looking at him intently.  "Bob!"  "Lars!"  They sat side by side, as they had  done when boys Just entering upon  their careers, remaining for a - time  hand In hand like two lovers. The past  was not referred to.  "Lars," "said Spooner, "here we are  In the place from which -we started,  successful in the end nnd unable to  enjoy the results of our success. The  only marked effect it has had has been  to separate us. What use was there ln  thc struggle after nil?"  "Without tlie interest we took in It  ���������we would have always been what we  are today���������men without life. Our children are enjoying it, or at least they  think they are. but I doubt if their  lives have the intensity in them that  ours have had. We love our wives and  them, but there is a different affection  which they cannot supply���������it Is that  which -we feel for each other."  The place had run down since they  were thero as boys, but It was all they  requlred. They met often during the  remainder of their lives in that old  booth, before which a curtain could be  drawn to shut them from the view of  others. One night ft waiter, entering to  tell them thnt the cJoHing hour had  como, found them sitting- hand In  band, both dead.  is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind. It will make' the  delicate.sickly baby strong  and well���������will give the  pale, anemic girl rosy  cheeks and rich, red blood.  It will put flesh on the  bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and  will keep the aged man  or woman in condition to  resist colds or pneumonia  in thc winter.  rOR SALE UT ALL DRD<3GISTS  As a Favor  A tramp called nt the house of a  gentleman arrd said:  "I've walked many miles to sec you,  sir, because people told me thut you  was very kind to poor chaps like me."  "Oli, they suid so, did they?"  "Yes, sir; that's why I ctunc."  "And are vou going back the sume  way?"  "Yes, sir."  "Then, in that case, will you be  good enough to contradict this  rumor?"���������California Christian Advocate.  Better to be Cautious  In a churchyard an old man, deep  in thought sut on u flat tombstone.  It had been raining, and all the trees  looked fresh ancl green. A tramp,  passing by, made a remark on the  weather,  "Grand  morning."  "Yes," said the old man.  "Just Uie sort of weather to make  things spring up," said thc tramp.  "Hush! Hush!" said the old man.  "I have 'three wives buried here."  Bund 10o., nnmo of pnper and this ad. for our  bcMiitiful SuviiiK* Biuilc and Oiilld's Skoloh-IJook.  Kaoli buuk oontains a Good Luck Punii/,  SCOTT & BOWNE  126 W.Uineton Street. Wcist  '   Toronto, Oat  Bands of Wild Cattle.  Representations havo been made \u  the British Columbia Government that  special and drastic measure should hi*  taken, either by the offering of a sub  stantial   bounty  or  otherwise,   to  so  cure the extermination of the herds oi  wild cattle having their habitat in the  vipinity of Masset, in thc Queen Charlotte Islands and which latterly haw-  not only wiouglit much damage to tli.  property of isolated settlers, invaditm  and destroying their young orchard-,  robbing     their     vegetable     garden.-,  breaking down their fences, etc., but  have  viciously   attacked   both    men  and   women  at sight.    They  are,  indeed, declared to be more dangerou.-  tharr any other wild animals of British  Columbia, with the sole exception perhaps of the grizzly or silver tip, and  more certain to charge on sight* than  even these monarchs of the  western  American hills and forests.  Should the settlers be successful in  their appeal for Government aid toward securing the extermination of  the wild cattle bands of the Masset  district, it will not be the first time  that the Parliament of British Columbia has subsidized the slaughter of  animals classed domestic, but which  have reverted to savagery. For year--  the pioneer settlers of Lillooet, Kootenay and portions of the Okanagan  suffered from the incursions and depredations of wild horses, the hunting of which offered most exciting  sport.  Mr. Aitken's Childhood.  They say that in some cases the  greatness of a man has been in a  measure forecasted by some little incident of his childhood. Perhaps that  is true concerning this incident of the  younger days of W. M. Aitken, the  young Montreal financier who was  elected to the British House of Commons a few days ago. But perhaps  there's no link between the incident  and the proud position attained by  Mr. Aitken.  "Well, when Mr. Aitken was six years  old his father, a Presbyterian minister, was stationed in Vaughan Township, York County, Ont. The child  was of the energetic type that are always busy. One day he was out of  sight all morning, and the rest of the  household wondered what had become  of him. No, you couldn't hit it in  ten guesses. He had spent the morning collecting a great many s.ones  and had partly filled the well.  Mag'stnitc���������-Then when your wife  seized the weapon you ran from the  house?  Plaintiff���������Yes,  sir.  Magistrate���������But she might not have  used it.  Plaintiff���������True, your worship, maybe she picked up the flat iron just to  smooth tilings over.  -MOST PERFECT MADE  We know and users of Royal Yeast Cakes know, that thesa  are the best goods of the kind in 'the World.  'Bread, made" with1'  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good.*'  Sl$.'rT*������r������!Z������?!^f7!F������ii  Winnipeg;  Ei W QIL.LE7T CO. LTD. Toronto, C nt.   -  Awarded highest honors,at all Expositions.  No.asS.  Montreal  j&pwnfra������tai^^  ���������>yrv^^li_*_*'rfi^^  A STUDENT PRANK.  Johnny���������Thut huly bought me a  box of chocolates."  Mother���������"I hope you behaved nicely and thanked licr."  Johnny���������"Oli, yes, mother, I did. T  did. I told her I wished dad hud  married  her."  Father (to would-be son-in-law).���������  "Young man, if you marry my daughter are you sure you will be able to  take care of her in the style to which  she has always been accustomed!"  Young Man (earnestly)���������"I'll guarantee it, sir, or���������or return the girl."  The only faith that wears well and  holds its color in all weathers is that  which is woven of conviction and set  with the sharp mordant of experience.���������Lowell.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows  Senior Partner���������Keep a sharp eye  on Holdfast. I'm afraid he's robbing  the fiim.  Junior Partner���������Eh? Is he living  extravagantly?  Senior Partner���������Well, I passed him  in the street yesterday, and he was  smoking a cigar that didn't smell at  all bad.  doltly stops coughs, cares colds  H������  throat And  lungs. ���������   ���������   .  2S  hooto  M-ata,  Philippine hnrdwods arc to be used  in constiucting thc tomb of the late  Emperor of China. For the pillars  giant trees will be taken from the  Mindanao 'forests, some of them already cut being sixty feet high and  four feet in diameter.  Corns and warts disappear when  treated with Holloway's Corn Cure  without leaving a scar.  Award of Merit.  In qualifying for the "Award of  Merit," tlie next to the highest award  of the Royal Life Saving Society, three  members of the University of Toronto  Swimming Club, recently gave a remarkable exhibition of skill and endurance.  To pass the prescribed test a swimmer must prove his ability, while in  his clothing, to tow a person a distance of at least 60 feet, and immediately afterwards to swim 600 yards,  demonstrating different strokes. The  candidate then has to undress upon  the surface, and leaving the water,  perform neat diving from various  heights. He also has to recover an  object sunk to the bottom, and demonstrate ability to perform various  feats of ornamental swimming. Needless to say, those who successfully  pass such a test are well capable of  looking after themselves, or of assisting others in the water. The society  also grants other awards for tests not  requiring so much strength and skill.  Four-year-old Barbara went to  church with her two sisters and came  home crying.  "What is the matter, dear?" inquired her mother.  "He preached a whole s-sermon  ���������about���������M-Mary and Martha," sobbed Barbara, "and���������never said���������a���������  w-word about me."  The largest olive orchard in the  world is situated at Sylmar, near Los  Angeless. Cal., where thero are 120,-  000 bearing trees, yielding fifty  pounds of fruit to the tree. The farm  consists of 12,000 acres.  0 frost, be warm; dear snow, don't  fall;  And shrieking winter wind be mute.  Remember, what I wear is all  I have to wear; my outing suit.  Madame Curie has received from  the British ambassador in Paris the  Albert Medal of the Royal Society of  Aits.  How the Men Dealt Out Discipline to  the "Fusser."  A university is never free from excitement or amusement of some kind.  The latest tid-bit of news from Toronto is tlie adventures of a certain second-year man's trunk. This sophomore lives in ono of the residences,  and the troublo with his trunk threatened for a time to stir up another serious disturbance. Fortunately, however, things cooled down, and no suspensions or expulsions resulted.  It had bcerr claimed that the young  gentleman irr question had paid rather  too frequent visits to Queen's Hall,  tho women's residence. The other men  were either jealous or disgusted. At  any rate, they determined to have a  joke.  Tliey took advantage of the fcopho-  more's absence one evening (it happened this time that he was not at  Queen's Hall) to carry his trunk from  the residence to Queen*3 Hall. It  was a heavy load, which required the  services of eighteen men. They didn't ail carry it at once, but relieved  each other in relays. Along Hoskin  avenue and across Queen's Park they  struggled  with their  burden.  In the meantime, one of the men  had 'phoned to a lady friend in the  Hall, to inform her of tlie approaching cavalcade, and to ask the girls to  be ready to receive the visitors. The  girls, when they heard tlie news,  crowded to tlie windows, but when  they saw the eighteen men approach,  their courage failed them, and with  one mad rush they started for the  stairs. Thc bearers of the trunk opened the door of the Hull, and entered-  without the hint of faltering. The'  leaders saw two girls madly disappearing at the head of the stairs, and  heard the rush of many feet above.  The boys left the trunk in the middle of the parlor floor, and went  home. The girls soon came downstairs again, and began to open the  trunk, which was unlocked. Alas poor  sophomore! His inmost secrets were  to be exposed! With cruel avidity,  tlie maidens ransacked that trunk  from top to bottom, and brought to  light 'many strange and wonderful  things���������more varied than the contents  of the proverbial small boy's pockets  ���������and more interesting.  The story, of course, began to be  known "around the halls," and at last  reached the ears of the member of  the faculty in charge of thc residence  from which the trunk was taken.  For a time it looked as if there was  going to be trouble and a series of  wholesale expulsions. A meeting was  called, however, and an amicable settlement reached.  The trunk is back in the owner's  room.  INFLUENZA '.  CATARRHAL FEVER,  LPINK EYE ."  EPIZOOTIC  ..      :\* ,  DISTEMPER   ".    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"You-have never niot*niy,\vife, I*be-  lieve."       ,     ' ���������-���������,. ;*���������.::*  Quiz���������"What was the poet's precise  meaning, do you think,- when he  called our country 'the ..home of thc  brave and the land of the free?' "  San Ick���������"Probably-he-was overtly  referring to married men and bachelors."  A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���������  Tlie secluded life of women which permits of little .healthful-exercise, is a  f uitful cause of de.angemenls of the  stomach and l'vcr and.is accountable  for the pains and lassitude that so  many of them.experi'jnce.-. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills will correct irregularities of thc digestive organs and restore health and vigor. The most  delicate woman can use them with  safety, because their action, while  effective, is mild and soothing.  Mow's This? -     .  We offer Ono nundred Dollars Reward foi ������n������  srso ol Catarrh that   cannot bo cured by .hair-.  Catarrh Cure.      , .'-'-' -y  F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. y  ' We. the undersigned, havo known F. J. iChenoy ���������  'for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hon-' *  orablo ln all business transactions and financially  able to carry out any obligations mado by bis firm. ''  Waldinq, Kinnan & Marvin,  Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo. O. -  Hall's Catarrh   Cure   Is   taken   internally, acting  directly upon-the blood and mucous surfaces of the-  system.   Testimonials sent free.   Price 76 cent* per .  bottle.  Sold by all Druggists. '  Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpaUon.      . - -  "What do  you    do * for a  living,  Moso?"   "1'se de manager of- a laundry."    "What's  thc  name     of    this  laundry?"     "Eliza   Ann."���������Louisville -  Courier-Journal.- '   '     ' *'-'"-,-'--"  Minard's  Liniment Cures    Colds,  etc.  Many a man-who permits himself to  be led forth to a musical entertainment that he does not caie for will  appreciate the following:  "What made you stait clapping  your hands when that woman stepped on your foot in the, traincar?"  "I was dozing," answered Mr. Cum-  rox. "I thought mother and the girls  were having a musical at-home, and  one of them was signalling that it  was time to applaud."  WONDERFUL CUBE  After a Fashion.  Reporter���������Senator, if I mistake not,  your nanic has been mentioned once or  twice in connection with the presidency.  Senator Lotsniun���������Why, yes; a London Journal. I believe, ouce remarked  that, if Ihe office of president of the  United StatPH was for sale I would  probably buy it.-Chicago Trlbuuc.  iBBIl!  W. N. U���������  No. 828.  A' New Business Story.  A good story is told at the expense  of .a business firm in the city of Toronto. This firm were in the habit of  taking the building records from the  various papers and sending a circular  letter to each builder with regard to  insurance on his structure. These  printed records were hand-d over to a  stenographer, who was supposed to  write an individual letter to each. The  letters were signed in a perfunctory  way by one of the member.* of the  firm. As a result one of those letters,  telling all about the firm's ability tn  handle fire insurance, was sent to the  City Clerk of London, Ont., which  corporation was building, a solid cement bridge over the River Thame.-*.  The information as to the amount <A  fire insurance which the city of I/melon is likely to carry on this structure has not yet reached the oflice of  thpsfi clever Toronto insurance men.  Must Change Name Again.  Ontario has almost forgotten the  story of David Kidd,K the Toronto  evangelist, who, for the rescue in Chicago of the daughter of an Australian  millionaire from a life of shame, was  to be presented with thousands of  dollars for the building of a rescue  home for women in Toronto. The  daughter died, and the Australian millionaire adopted David Kidd as his  son on the condition that he take his  adopted father's name.  Accordingly, h deed poll was secured  nt Osgoode Hull, and David Kidd became David Burn. Then David Burn  set sail for Australia to get the money  for the great work in Toronto.  The story is recalled by the announcement at Osgoode Hall that another deed poll has been secured to  change his name again, He finds that  he should be Burrrs, instead'of Burn,  and to effect the change the wheels  of the legal machinery had to be set  in motion iu?uin.  After 20 Years of Intense Suffering.  "I have been afflicted for twenty years,  with an obstinate skin disease, called by some  M. D.'s. psoriasis, and others leprosy, commencing on my scalp"; and in spite of all 1  could do, with tlio help of the most tkilful  doctors, it slowly but sarely extended until a  year ago this winter it covered my entire  person In tho form of dry scales. For the  last thrco years I have been unable to do any  labor, and suITcrlng Intensely all the timo.  Every morning there would be nearly a dust-  nanful of scales taken from the sheet on my  bed, some of them half as lar^e as the envelope containing; this letter. In the latter part  of winter my skin commenced cracking open.  I tried everything, almost, that could be  thought of, without any icllcf.  A Chair of Ceramics.  The question of a Chair of Ceramics in the University of .Toronto is  being discussed again. The Canadian  Pottery Association, at its annual session recently, recommended the establishment of such a chair.  President Falconer, when interviewed, would not commit himself in  regard to the subject.  "It is a matter," he said, "which  has been under consideration for several years. We recognize" that it  would be a good move to establish a  Chair in Ceramics, and until now, we  have done nothing, simply because  there are so many pressing needs that  we have to take each in turn."  "If such a chair were established,"  asked the reporter, "would it be in  connection with the Faculty of Applied Science?"  "Yes," replied the president. "Prof.  Ellis was investigating the subject  just before I took my position here,  and he made a favorable recommendation."  Teacher���������"It is a well-known natural phenomenon that heat expands  ancl cold contracts. Give me an instance !"  Pupil���������"Please, sir, the holidays.  In.summer they last six weeks, in  winter only two."  A   fascinating  woman   is  employed ";  by the United States secret service-to  get at the secrets of congressmen and  senators.    The   following   correspondence .was exchanged by wireless:  "Your" report is vague. -.Obtain -fur- -.  ther particulars.-" _     -,  ,      ,*.  "Am having a lover's quarrel with'-  him.    Shall  be  reconciled-"~tomorrow.  Will send full details."���������Life.  guiokly stops coughs,  cures colds, heals  the   threat and  lunssl ���������   -   ���������  25 cents.  Little    Wullic���������Hoo    auld   is   "yer  brither?-- .  /        ���������       " V  Little Tarn���������Pic's a year auld.   ���������"   - "  Litle Wullic���������Huh! .I've got a dug -  a year auld, an' he can walk twice'as -  weel as yer brithor." ,'"        ������������������     "s   k  Little Tarn���������Sae weel he micht- he's-  got twico as mony-lcgs. ",~     J  Peevish,  pale,   restless,  and-sickly,  children    owe    their" _, condition ,- to  worms.    Mother   Graves'*'Worm   Exterminator will relieve-them n-nd-rc-.  store health.       "   . *"    ,  The following is  a copy of a bill  posted on the walls of a "country village:���������"A lecture will be delivered in I    A society for disseminating "religious  the open air, and a collection will bo. literature once sent a'bundle of tracts  made  pcnsCk  at   the   door   to    defray-  ex-  George���������Missus, they little pigs be  all dead!  Missus���������Lawks, Garge! How did  they die?  Georgo���������I think they died 'appy',  Missus.  "Could you do something for.a poor  old" sailor?" "Poor old sailor?"  "Yes'rn. I followed the water for  twenty years." "Well, all I've got  to say is you don't look as though  you had ever caught it."  Trouble at the  Museum  "What is that horrible smell?" asked the manager.  "Tlie living skeleton called the india-rubber man a 'rubber-neck' and  he's burning with indignation," explained the obese lady.  to a railway manager for placing in.  the. waiting-roms, with the title:'"A  Route to New Jerusalem." He returned them with the message, "We  cannot place the.tracts, as New .Jerusalem  is not on  our  system."  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BEOMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if it  fails to cure: E. W. GEOVE'S signature on each' box.   25c. .    -  He was a very quiet hoy, of a stud- ,  ious turn .of mind, ancl that was probably   why   his   fond   parents  appren- '  ticcd him to a naturalist.   In his new,  sphere   he   was   willing   enough,   but'  painfully   slow.      After    giving    the   ���������  canary seed, a job that occupied two  hours, he said: ���������   ���������  "What will I. do now?". .  "Well," replied his master, reflectively, "I think you may take the  tortoise out for a run."���������Tit-Bits.  June I started West, In hopes I could reach  the Hot Springs. I reached Detroit and v.as  so low I thought I should have to go to the  hospital, but finally   got as far as Laming,  Mich., where I had   a  sister living.    Ono  Dr. treated me about two weeks, but did  rae no good. All thought I had but a short  time to live.���������>I earnestly prayed to die.  Cracked through the skin all over my hack  across my ribs, arms, hands, limbs; feet badly  swollen; toe-nails came off; finper-nulls dead  and hard as a bone; hair (least, dry and lifeless  as old straw. O my Godl how 1 did suffer. '  "My sister. Mrs. E. H. Davis, had a tmall  part of a box of Outicurn In the hotifc. _ She  wouldn't give up; said, 'We will try Cuticura.'  Borne was applied on ono liana and arm.  Eureka! there was relief; stopped the terrible  burning sensation from the word go. They  Immedfately got Cuticura "Resolvent. Olnt-;  blent and Soap. I commenced by taking one  tablespoonful of Cuticura Itcsolvent three,  times a day after moals ; had a bath once a  day, water about blood heat; used Cuticura,  Boap freely; applied Cuticura Ointment morn-?  Ing and evening. Result: returned to my home  In Just six-weeks from tho timo I left, and  Sy skin as smooth as this  sheet of paper.1  Iram E. Carpenter, Henderson, N. Y." ,   I  '���������' "We hereby certify that wo are ace,  with the aforesaid Hiram E. Carpcn  "We hereby certify that wo are acquainted,  1th the aforesaid Hiram E. Carpenter, and  know his condition to havo been as stated.1  We believe his statement to be true In every  particular." h. 13. Simmons _ Son, Merchants- O. A. Thompson, Merchant; A.'A.!  Davis; Millard E. Joiner, Merchant; John  Carpenter; A. M. Lcfllngwell, Attorney and  Counsclor-at-law, all of Henderson, N. Y,      |  The above remarkable testimonial wa*  written January 10,1880, and Is republished  because of the permanency of ihe cure.  Under date of April 22, 1010, Mr. Carpenter  ���������-���������rote from his present home, 610 Walnut  St. So., Lansing, Mich.: "I have never  Buffered A return of the psoriasis and  although many years have passed I have  not forgotten the tcrrlblo suffering I endured  before using the Cuticura Ilcmedies."  Slncq this cure.was made by theCutlcurai  Remedies, they have mado their way to every  part of the civilized world. .A 82-pago booklet describing, humors and affections of the  skin will be mailed free to those desiring further Information by the Potter Drue iClicm-  lua] Corporation, Ifpston. U. 8. A.  When  the  Joke  Was on  Me.  Dr. Clark, M.P., for Red Deer, Alberta, and who formerly practiced  medicine at Newcastle-on-the-Tyne,  tells the following story, which was  certainly "one on him."  Walking down# the street one Sunday morning feeling at peace with  himself and the world and particularly benevolent, due perhaps to the Sabbath feeling in the air but more probably to the frock coat and top hat he  was wearing, he saw coming towards  him two small urchins the older of  whom,���������a boy of perhaps ten or eleven years,���������was puffing vigorously at  a cigarette. As they drew near the  doctor placed his hand on the shoulder of the youthful smoker and said  in his best paternal manner "My boy,  do you know that if you smoke cigarettes while so young you will never  grow up to be a big man?" Immediately the smaller urchin piped up,  "But 'e's going to be a jockey, sir."  Was J. J. Hill's Boss.  William M. Smith, a prairie pioneer,  is dead at Portage la Prairie, aged 70.  At one time, when ft river boss, he  was over Jim Hill, tho railway magnate, and Pat Burns, meat king, of  Calgary.  Shipping Potatoes to Cuba.  A considerable trade is now being  developed between New Brunswick  and Cuba. Among other produce, it  ia expected that 500,000 barrels of potatoes would be shipped there this winter.  I  Why let that headache spoil your day's work or pleasure?   Taker  ^^C0ThE AD/VCIli11 WJJFJEB  25c. a Box at your druggist's.  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous drugs, by the   30 -  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada. Limited,       ���������       -       -   ���������   ���������        Montreal,'  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with the   standard good*.  Paper and  Matches  are our specialties.    Let ut  know your wants���������we'll do the rest.  The E.B. Eddy Co. Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES &  PER8SE, LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton.  Rerjna, Fert William and Port Arthur.  JSi  ���������~n:"*ai  - __.__���������  1  p  11  etf  w  11  k   ,  I  rcj||_*i  A Natural,Conclusion  "When did Green die?"  "He isn't dead. I saw him this  morning. What ever made you think  he had passed away?"  "I thought surely he must be dead,  I .heard Muck praising him this  morning."  Why She's  Uncultured  "What makes you think she's uncultured?"  "She thinks Ibsen's plays' arc stupid."  "Well, a lot of people think so."  "Yea; but she says so."���������Cleveland  Leader.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Jcb Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      :     :  'M&  MMtUUimaxatmmsiummiMMUu :- -- >"  THE' LEDGE,,  GREENWOOD,   BRITISH-COLUMBIA.  Stop starving yourself���������stop suffering the pangs of indigestion���������stop  worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.  Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take ,   .  -HW  and you'l! feel like a new person.". ���������Sour stomach���������heartburn���������  -* occasional  indigestion���������"chronic dyspepsia ��������� all yield quickly to  NA-DRU-CO   Dyspepsia Tablets.      The   property'digested food ,  ,' restores your strength,, your stomach "regains its tone, and soon  ,' requires no further aid.1 ��������� ' '   ,   ,  'I   ,   ��������� 50c. a box.   If your,druggist has not -stocked them yet send  r<_ 50c. and"we will mail them. . " 37  .. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA LIMITED.      -   MONTREAL..  ..Hjs 'Ancestry  King Edward'1"was very fond'of his!  When  Finnegan Died  Two Irishmen were in a city bank  eldest grandson- and liked 'lalking to recently,   waiting  their  turn   at  the  him.    When  the  little ' prince    was cashier's window.  . eleven his grandfather asked him  what he was studying in his history  lesson, and was-told, *','Oh, 'all about  Perkin War-beck.'* The' King "asked,  "Who was Peikin Warbeck?" and the  lad.1 replied. ' "He pretended that he  was the son of a king. But he wasn't  lie was the son of- respectable parents.'"���������Tit-Bits.'  Who  at -tender   -age-   must    face  the  '-hard,  cold  world   without prepara-  v      tion 'or protection.  -No./You'could  not think of such  . a 'thingr   And yet, would you neglect  your health" as you. do if you'.waited  "   to think of your family and how they  would get "along without you.  You have nofthc old-time vigor and  energy.   You go home ti>*d and w'oin  .out, feel.cross and in-it-ible, lack the  - old-time smile and good cheer which  brought sunshine into" your, home at  your, arrival.    _-,      ,        -    ���������--.,-���������  You don't sleep" well, the brain is  . - not * so clear and active, little things  annoy and worry you, ^in short the  nervous* system is exhausted. You  know this, but do not want to eon-  " suit a-doctor, ancl scarcely^ know  what to dor  TJse Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. - It  'cannot fail to do you good, for it is  " made  up  of  thc   elements   of which  your'rundown system is most in n������ed.  Through the medium of the blood it  sends new energy ancl vigor to every  -*   organ of the human body.  '   You    can    feel    yourself-    getting  _ .stronger  every  clay.    You  can  prove  it by noting your 'inciease in weight.  You. will   sleep   better,   appetite  and  . digestion will improve and you will  feel   again -the   courage   and   energy  which can only exist   side   by side  with good health and steady nerves.  You can .put a stop to the wasting  process today by beginning this treatment. You need not'let delay bring  you "a day nearer to nervous collapse.  This treatment is not a stimulant  to -whip up tiied nerves and brain.  It cures in hatuio's way by. filling the  - system with rich, reel blood. It will  not cure .in a* day but its benefits are  natural  "and . lasting.    With   peraist-  ���������ence on your part it will work wonders.  *" -.Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food, 50  cents a box,- 6 boxds for $2.50, at all  - dealers, or Edmanson, Bates, and Co.,  Toronto.    P01 trait   ancl   signature   of  "A. -W. .Chase,  M.D.,   the famous Re-  . ceipt Book author, on every box.  Teacher ��������� "Johnny   Jimson,   why  were you not at school yesterday?"  -   Pupil���������"Please,  ma'am, I was con-  - valescin'."- * *  Teacher (in sui prise) -"From what,  pray?"  Pupil���������"Three apple dumplins and  a packet of cigaicttes."  -��������� "This reminds me of Finnegan,"  remarked one.       j,  "What Finnegan?" icmarkcd" the  other.  " 'Tis a 'story that Finnegan died,  and when -he greeted St. Pe'tcr he  said: "It's a flue job you have here  for a long time.' 'Well, Finnegan,'  said St. Peter, "here we count a million years as a minute, and a million  dollars as'a cent.','Ah!' said Finnegan, 'I'm needing 'cash. Lend me a  cent.'  " 'Sure,' said St. Peter, 'just-wait a  minute.' "  THE MOTHER OF FIFTY.  , A Pill That Lightens .Life.���������Tp the  man who is a victim of indigestion  the transaction of business becomes  an added misery. He cannot concentrate his mind upon his .tasks'and loss  and vexation attend him. To such a'  man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer  relief. A course of treatment, according to directions, will convince him  ofr their great excellence. They are  confidently recommended because  they will do all that .is claimed for  them. ,    .  ."We need biains in .this business,  'young  man."  "You needn't tell me that, sir.  Your business shows it."���������Baltimore  American..  Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sore  Throat will 'not live under the same  roof with Hamlin's Wizard Oil, the  best of all leniedies for the relief-of  all ,pain.  "We live in an age of marvels."  "It   is,   indeed, "wondei ful   how   so  many persons .escape being stiuck by  automobiles."���������Buffalo  Express.   .  "   PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  P\ZO OINTMENT fails to cuie any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  To clean window1; and mirrors, dab  over thoroughly with whiting tied lip  in a piece of muslin and smooth with  a damp rag. Follow -with a lather,  rubbed on freely, and wipe off with  muslin.  ���������oleic]? step* conch-*, ovras ooljU h-wjJa  jke throat **d  loafa. ���������   ���������   ���������  ������fl ���������#"t*  - Carpets ..should be beaten on the  wrong side first, and then more gently on the right. Never put a carpet  down on a damp floor, for this often  results in the carpet becoming mill-  dewed.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  "An heirloom," explained the farmer's wife to her 13-year-old boy, "is  something that has been handed down  from father to son, and in some instances g-early prized."  "I'd prize-these heirlooms I'm wearing," remarked the youngster, "a  good deal more if-they wasn't so long  in the legs."���������Everybody's.  ftlinaid's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have used Minaid's  LINIMENT from time to time for the  past twenty years. It was recommended to me by a prominent physician of Montreal, who called it thc  "great Nova Scotia liniment." _ It  does the doctor's work; it is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism  and Sprains. Yours truly,  G. G. DUSTAN,  Chartered Accountant.  Halifax, N.S., Sept. 21, 1905.  After thc usual cleaning of white  kid gloves with gasoline put the  gloves on and mb thc hands in corn-  meal. This "a ill remove the odor ancl  at the same time give the fresh, new  look which cleaned gloves seldom  have.  A Powerful Medicine.���������The-healing  properties in six essential oils are  concentrated in eveiy bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, forming one  of the most beneficial liniments ever  offered to the use of man. Thousands can testify as to its power in  allaying pain, and many thousands  more-can certify that they owe their  health to it. Its wonderful power is  not expressed by its cheapness.  "Well, well," he exclaimed, as he  tackled her first apple pie, "where  did you get this?" "1 made that out  of Mrs. Becston's cookery book," replied the young wife.     "It's a "  "Ah!" he bioke in,  "I suppose the  leatheiy part is the binding."  '   People WHO WorK  Indoors Willi Their Hands  Seamstresses, watch-makers, artists, draughtsmen, and many others,  cannot properly handle their tools  with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost  houror two on cold winter mornings results from the delayed heat  of furnace or stove.  The Perfection Oil Heater in  8 few minutes gives the temperature that assures the worker warm  hands and pliable muscles/ The  JUNBCT1*  Smokeless  I H ____! B H _W* v ��������� *  Absolutely smokeless and odorless  quickly gives heat, and with one filling of the font burns steadily 'or "Ino hours,  without smoke or smell. Has automatIe-*locktaa flame spreader which  prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove  and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned.  It has a damper top and a cool handle. Indicator always shows the amount  cf oil in the font. The filler-cap does not need to be screwed down it Is put in  ������0 I cork In 1[bottle, and Is attached to thc font by ������"chaln, and cannot get lost.  The I  In construction,  DtaUri Bvvywhsrt. tf no I al mri, will for isttrtfltm circular  '        to thi ntcrsil ijvaey tf M#  Hi������ Imperial 031 Company,  LlmtUd.  Proud  Boast of Widow Van Wyk of  , the Transvaal.  In the district of Kroonstad, in the  Transvaal, lives the widow Van Wyk,  whose history' - matrimonially and  otherwise; is���������not ato'put too fine a*  point upon it���������somewhat out of the  common. Born' on October, 20th,  1832, Mrs. van Wyk' (nee 'Theila M".  de Beer) began what' was to prove an  eventful matrimonial career- at"' the  age of, eighteen/when she married  Petrus Jacobus Lubb������.  At the end of two yeais she became  a widow with one child'. Affer being  a- widow for ten months (says The  Volkstem) she married Nicolaas Mar-  thinus Pretorius, a.widower with four'  children. , After living with' him for  a year and five months he also died,  leaving" her with five children. After  five* months she m'arried, for the third  time",. David Stephanus Pieterse, "a  - widower with seven children.  With him she lived eleven years  and had seven children, when he also  died. After five years' widowhood  she married, for the fourth time,  Daniel Lodewikus, Cronje, a widower  'with eight children. 'With him she  also lived eleven years ancl had four  chilchen, when he, too, died. Five  year's later she ..married, for the fifth  time,'Hendrik Klopper.  With him she also" lived eleven  years, and had ten children, when he  also died. After two years she married for the sixth time, on this occasion with Coenraad Hendrik van  Wvk, a widower with five children,  Wyk, a wodower with five children,  and with him she had four children.  After having lived together for  eleven years he also "died. She had  thus fifty; children who call he/  mother, and about 270 grandchildren.  She is still alive at the age of seventy-  eight years.   ;  Busy Queen Mary.  In business matters Queen Mary- is  clear    and    expeditious,   methodical  and systematic.    Her mornings   arp  ''generally taken ^up with attending to  .the  voluminous" correspondence' tliat  arrives by every post.  Her secretary and lady,in waiting  submit their letters and the Queen  '.'ives instructions concerning them  According to The North American  Eeviow she quickly grasps the main  issue of a question and soon make?  up her mind.    .  She has never been known to laj  aside a matter'on the ground that to  express an opinion thereon is irksom*  or difficult. But should any letter  require further consideration it is  held over for a day, -when a decision  is given and almost invariably adhered to. '        *���������  Every consideration is shown tn  those privileged .to serve the Queen",  and before signifying her pleasure a������=  to the personal attendance of mem  hers of her houshold she will often  inquire whether they may not hav������  some other engagement the breaking  of which would be inconvenient to  them.  Busy though the Queen is���������and one  who has known** her for 20 years ha-  never seen her unoccupied���������she is  intimately acquainted with ancl take.-  part in all that relates to the management of the' household. Every servant is known to her, and their conduct is as much a matter of concern  to their royal mistress as that of any  one else. In fact no detail of life  wearies the Queen, hence the reason  that her sympathies are wide and al)  her days full of work.  A Plucky Actor.  It was Mr. Laurence Irving, who it  appearing with such success at the  Garrick Theatre, London, in "Tlie Unwritten Law," who created a sansa  tion in New York at the beginning of  this year by making a speech from  the stage dealing with the unfairness  of dramatic critics, and some time  previously he was called to account  by exports for saying that the public  did not want genuine drama. "If actors only aimed low enough," ho said,  "sprinkle'd their plays with innuendoes, and smeared them over with  gore, they would find a large public-  at their back." By.the way, Mr. Irving, who, of course, is the younger  son of the late Sir Henry Irving,  strongly objects to being boomed as  the son of that famous actor. "The  fact is one of which ,1 am so very  ' proud," he says, "that I could only  think poorly of a son who allowed hU  father's name to be used as a box-  office appendage to himself."  , World's Greatest  Bridge-Builder.  Starting life in a cotton-mill at nine  years of age, Sir William Arrol, who  was recently married for the third  time, aporenticed himself to a blacksmith, and it was the clang of the  anvil and the sight of the sparks  which inspired him with that love of  engineering which led him to become  the world's greatest bridge-builder.  Both the Forth and the Tay bridges  were the result of his genius. He is  tho hero of one of the greatest Parliamentary hustles on record. When he  was an M.P. he sat in the House all  day, traveled during the night to Ayrshire to marry Miss Hodgart, his second wife, and left Scotland in time  to vote for the Government on Mr.  Chamberlain's fiscal proposals of 1905.  Antiquities of Baseball.  The devil was the first coacher. Eve  stole first. Adam stole second. When  Isaac met Rebecca at the well she  was walking with a pitcher. Samson  struck out a great many when he beat  the Philistines. Moses made his first  run when he slew the Egyptians. Cain  made a base hit when he slew Abel.  Abraham made a sacrifice. The prodigal son made a home run. David was  a' good thrower, and Moses shut out  tho Egyptians at the Red Son.  George H. Duff us of Robertson St.;- Fort William, a  C. P. R: fireman, says: " The water gauge of my locomo'tlve  burst arid scalded the whole left side of my face terribly. I  had a box of Zam-Buk in my pocket, which I was using for a  , sore cm my lip, and when I had recovered from the first shock  of the accident, I produced the balm and had it applied freely  to the scalded parts. I was suffering acute agony, but within**  a wonderfully short time Zam-Buk gave rne ease. I was able  to continue my journey and upon reaching home, I obtained-  more Zam-Buk and continued the treatment. Zam-Buk acted  wonderfully well, and in a few days had thewound nicely  healing. I don't know anything so fine as Zam-Buk as a  healer of burns, scalds, cuts, and similar injuries, which  workers are so liable to, and, in my opinion, a box of Zam-  Buk should be kept handy in every worker's home."  Zam-Buk will alio bo found a sure euro for cold sores,  chapped hands, frost bite, ulcers, blood-poison, varicose* Bores,  piles, scalp "sores, ringw inn, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and'chapped placei, culs, burns, bruises, and "-kin injuries generally. All druggists and stores noil at C0c. box or  poat freo from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price.  'Sand this Coupon  and a lc. st-mp to  Zam-Buk Co., and  Ursa trial box of  Z-im-Bulc will be  mailed you.      ir  Two Things  Life is merely froth and bubble;  Two tilings stand Lke stone���������  Kindness is another's trouble,  Coinage is your own.  ���������Unknown.  FOUND QUICK CURE  AFTER EIGHT YEARS  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS TRIUMPH  WHERE BELTS AND  PLASTERS FAIL  Moses Sherwood, a long sufferer from  Backache, found' permanent relief  in one box of the Great Canadian  Kidney 'Remedy, Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Poodiac, King's Co., N. B., (Special).���������After suffering for eight years,  while all the time the remedy was  right at hand, Mr. Moses Sherwood,  a well known farmer living near heie,  tried Dodd's Kidney Pills and is now  as well as ever he was in his life.  Mr. Sherwood's ^experience is fcim-  ilar to that of thousands of other natives of New Brunswick. "About  eight years.ago I hurt my ba'ck from  lifting," he states. "I used liniments  ancl plasters and wore a wide b���������t, but  in two years my tiouble had developed into Kidney  Disease.    *  "My back was so sore I could not  lift any weight, when rending a  Dodd's Almanac led me to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. Before thc first box  was finished my backache was gone  and I have never been tioublcd with  it since."  Belts and plasteis may give temporal y relief in cases of Backache or  Rheumatism, but the only way to  cuie them is to go to the seat of the  trouble. Cure tlie Kidneys and the  Backache or Rheumatism will disappear. Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail  to cuie tho Kidneys.  An  Authority  "Do you men like blonde hair of  brown best?"  "Ask your fiiend Emmy. She was  once blonde, then brunette, and now  her hair is coal black. She ought to  know."���������1'liegende Blaetter.  A MOTOR BOLT HUNTER.  He Doesn't Search For Cigar and Cigarette  Stumps   Now.  "1 am a former cigarette and cigar  butt collector," said tire old inau. shifting a heavy burlap bag from one shoulder to the other. "Now I am a motor  screw and nut collector. You never  beard of that?  "Well, while searching rbe pavements and streets for butts Ave yean-  ago I came across numerous screws  and bolts tbat bad dropped from uu  tomobiips. At tbat rime automobiles  were not numerous, but with their increase I stopped altogether my sparch  for butts and went into the screw and  nut hunting business. It pays ten  times as well.  "It Is not unusual for me to And  enough small engineeriug parts thut  have fallen from motor cars to pay me  $2 n day. Icicli hauls can be made at  taxicab stands. There Is a ready mar  feet for my slock among small eugl  neering people, motor repairers and  the owners of roadside stalls stocked  Willi secondhand engineering goods  These stalls can ofteu sell an unfortunate motorist a much needi-d screw  nt a high price. Wry often, too. with  my bag of wares, I hang around the  tnxicabs and make a profitable sale to  a driver who ha-* discovered a vital  nut or stud rnl.-.-'iiig from his cab.  "No more clgiii- stump hunting for  me. And. let rue tell you, I'm no advocate of a speed llmil for nutos. The  faster they* go I lie more bolts und  screws and nuts they strew their path  with."���������Washington  Post.  Made it  Run  Sportsman (having emptied, both  barrels at a rabbit)���������There /Jacob.  I'm sure I hit one!  Jacob���������Well, he zurtainly did zeem  to go  faster  after you  shot at ,'im,.  zur���������Punch.  LATEST   DIETARY   SYSTEM.  "Look here," said a participator in  a discussion on a trade dispute, and  producing a newspaper he flourished  it in th'e face of his opponent. The  proffered journal was ignored, however. I don't want to see no newspaper," said the man. "Wot I knows  I knows!"-'"And that ain't much!"  said the other. "Don't want to see  the newspaper, 'e don't. Why?  Cause 'e can't read," declared a third  man. "Uneducated���������that's wot 'e  is!" "I'm as well eddicated as you,  Bob," was the indigni.nt letort; "but,  as 1 learned in a night school o'  course I can't read in the daytime!"  Caller���������"That's one question " I  should like to have answered. When  a thought flashes across the intellect  does it effect any molecular tissues  composing the material substance of  the cerebral mass, or does it operate  merely in the realm of the spiritual  ego, thereby leaving no trace subject  to detection or classification in the  domain of substantiality?"  Information Editor (turning again  to his desk)���������"There is no premium  on the coin."���������Chicago Tribune.  'The  A printer in making the forms in a  hurry got a marriage notice and groc-  ei's advt. mixed up, so that it read as  follows: "John Blown and Ida Grey  were united in the flour by the quarter or bnirel. Mr. Brown is a well-  known codfish at 8d. per lb., while  the bride, Miss Grey, has some nice  pig's feet, which will be sold cheaper  than at any shop in town."  Roman Guide (impressively)  ruins of the Coliseum!"  Seattle Man (astonished)���������"Well,  what do you think of that! Why, I  saw photographs of that heap twenty  yea's ago."    ���������  Koman Guide (loftily)���������"Quite likely, sir."  Seattle Man���������"But why in thunder  aren't those ruins cleared away and  a modern coliseum erected?"  An old tennis racket, threaded with  stout cord, makes the best kind of  fiower rack for trailing plants that  need a frame. Cut off half the handle  sharpen the end and drive it into the  flower  pot.  She���������"Yes, you know we are all  quite desppiately in love with the  new curate."  He���������"Ah, it was just the diead of  that sort of thing in my own case that  prevented, me going in for the  church!"��������� London Opinion.  aniolcly stops coughs, cure* colds, heals  to   throat and  lungs. ���������   ���������   ���������  24 cats.  The-best way to clean white furs is  to rub them well with a mixture of  equal parts of flour and .salt that has  been heated for a while, but not long  enough to brown the flour. Let the  mixture remain in the fur for a clay  or two, and then shake it out.  . burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new devic,  n-uctlon, and consequently, It can ilwfjysT-e easily unscrewed in an  Kw"cklnK.   The perfection Is flnlibetf Jn Japan or n ckel, Is strong,  Winning Both Ways.  The Zulu young lndy, when suitor3  are not forthcoming, takes the matter  in hand herself. She leaves home,  takes a discreet friend of her own 30X  ancl presents herself at the home of  her favored swain. If he regards her  with satisfaction his parents receive  her as his future bride. Should he,  however, be unwilling to accept her he  makes her a handsomo present instead.  First Workinnn���������Do you understand  this question of capital  ancl labor?  Second Workman���������Well, it's this  way. If you lt>nt me ten bob that  would be capital, and labor would be  tlio trouble you would have in getting  .t all back again.  So popular is Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syiup as a medicine in the  treatment of colds and coughs or ailments of the throat, due to exposure,  to draughts, or sudden changes of  temperature, that druggists and all  dealers in patent medicines keep supplies on hand to meet the demand.  It is pleasant to take, and the use of  it guarantees freedom from throat and  lung diseases.  Exasperated  Ciclit'.r   (to  tailor)���������"I'll  have  no  more of this dunning.    If you don't  stjp it, I'll order another suit."���������Flie-  gurrdu  Blaetter.  nearlyHedIf  stonein the bladder  "My uncle used to smoke his pipe  ancl blow smoke rings that would'float  across the room and ring the doorknob."  "My uncle," said the other liar,  "used to blow some that would ring  the door-bell."  Spreading a One Meal Menu Over the  Entire Day.  Spreading the menu over the whole  day. commencing with Hsh for breal*  fast, joint aud  vegetables  for 'dinner  and desserts for supper, is the latest  dietary system.  The discoverer or adapter of this  new regime found that it hud a most  beneficial effect on his own health, and  many of his friends have since become  firm disciples of what they call Ihe  "one-meal-one-cour-ke" system.  "Modern meals are too much of a  jumble," said a well kuown specialist  "Fish and pork, fruit and cutlets, all  taken at one siltiug. must be bad for  one.  "The time necessary for digestion va  ries with every dnlereut kind of food,  and it is certain iliat the more we nm  our foods the I'ui'ilier we are straying  away from the halms of natural man.  "To take a hear I.v ureal of one special dish is rhe Iipm possible method  of feeding, but we linve so got Into our  four and Ave comse habits and have  become so accustomed lo what I may  call the pleasant sequence of the  menu tbat it requires a very strong  effort of self denial to confine ourselves  to one dish  "But under rhe 'one-meal-one-course'  idea rhe pleasant sequence is not forfeited It is spread over rhe whole  day instead o"f heiug rushed through  iu half nn hour. One can enjoy all rhe  culinary luxuries without overtaxiug  tbe digestlon."-St. Louis Globe-Dem  ocrat.  Great Law Libraries.  According to statistics of public, society and school libraries having 5.000  volumes and over iu lilUS. there are 10.)  law libraries urui fifty-four state libraries in the United States. The latter  contain many lawbooks, but the number has not been ascertained.  The 10!) law lilir.ities conrained in  IDOkS a total of I..)7.">.014 bound volumes  and 02.125 pamphlets. Of these libraries twenty-eight had over 25.000 vol  umes and five more than 50,000 volumes.  The largest law libraries in tbe United  States are, according to published reports, Harvard, with 102.S2ti volumes;  New York state law library. S3.554  volumes; Association of the Rar of the  City of New York. 75,722 volumes; New  York Law institute, C7.39S volumes,  and Law Asssociation of Philadelphia,  50,223 volunies.-1'.oston Ulerald.  M.inard's   Liniment   Cure   Diphtheria,  ," -_    ���������- y,  So-*homore���������"What are you'going to'  do when y^u leave college, old chap?"-  ' Senior���������"Well, -I haven't decided on  any thing definite for the first year, ,  except to come back for the class re-'  union."  DR.  WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write;  him. His valuable advice will'  cost you nothing.  BOX  215.       NEW   YORK  CITY.  HEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER Af.D CHll_.  UticWursAVi 9ooTHina SvKDr ba������ b������n  i_ed for over SIXTY YJUARS by MILLIONS ol  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB  TKKTH1NG, with PBRFBCT SUCCE--*-s. II  SOOTHES tbe CHILD. SOKTHNS the CDMS  ALWAYS all PAIN CURBS WIND COLIC, uni  is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. ItUu  Mtatcly Jwrmleso. Be sure and u������k for "Mn.  Winilqw'B Soothing Syrup," and Uke as ottiet  kind.   Twenty-five cents a boUle ,    ,  Awarded First Prize at World's Exposition on its Work and Methods���������  Catalogue Free.    Address,  WINNIPEG   BUSINESS  COLLEGE,  Cor Portage Ave & Fort St. Winnipeg  Strength Counts  in all life's affairs. Strength comes  of pure blood;���������good blood comes  when stomach, liver, kidneys and  bowels are kept in proper condition.  by a little care and  Bold Everywhere.  In boiei 2Be.  XCURSION'  to  Daily  during  December.      3 months  limit.    Stop over privileges.  via  ST.   PAUL OR  DULUTH,  and  CHICAGO  One Sunday morning a minister's  wife saw her son chasing the hens  with a stick. She went to the door to  investigate, and heard him say. "I'll  teach you to lay eggs in a minister's  family  on Sunday morning."  "How do you do, sare?" said a  Ficnchman to an English acquaintance. - "Rather poorly, thank you,"  replied the other. "Nay, my dear  sare," said the Frenchman, "don't  thank me for your illness; I can't  help it."  "What is your occupation or calling?" a->kcd a magistrate of a wretched looking man in the clock, who was  charged with mendicancy. "Inventor," "was the reply in a horse voice.  "What have you invented?" asked  the magistrate. "Nothing," said the  prisoner.  Eiiinick���������"I henr tlud, flu* cr-v.c for  motor cars has so increased the sale  of n not-previously very popular book  Hurt the publisher can't keep up with  Hip demand for it."  Mi nnick���������"Indeed, what hook is  thnt?"  Sinnick���������"First Aid to tlie Injured."  "GIN   PILLS SAVED   HIM.  513 James  St.,  Hamilton,  Ont.  "Five years ago, I was taken clown  witli what the doctors called Inflammation of The Madder���������intense pains  in b-ick and loins, and difficulty in  ruinating, and the attacks, which became more frequent, amounted lo  unbcar.ible agony. I bscanio so weak  that 1 could not walk across the floor.  My wife read in the papers about  GIN PI!,r,S and sent for a box. From  the very first I felt that GIN PILLS  were doing me good. The pain was  relieved at once and the attacks were  less frequent.  In six weeks, the Stone in the  Bladder came away. When I recall  how I suffered and how now I am  healthy and able to work, I cannot  express nivsolf strongly enough when  I sponk of what GUN PILLS have  done for me."        Jo'-n Herninn.    48  (UN PILLS are sold at 50c a box���������  0 for $2 50. Sent on receipt of price  if your dealer does not handle them.  Sample box free if you write us, mentioning this paper. Money back if  GIN PILLS do not give full satisfaction. National Drug ancl Chemical  Co., Dept. N. U., Toronto.  An old man servant who had been  found by his master to be deficient in  his accounts, blnmcd thc butcjier for  tampering with his book. The gentleman of the house r emonsti atcd by  sa/ing: "Out, Tom, figures don't lie."  "No," answered the old man; "but  l'ars often figgcr."  The Highest Clouds.  During the last year a scientist attached to oue of the bureaus at Washington has been engaged in measuring  the height of clouds by photography.  Simultaneous pictures of a cloud are  made by two cameras placed GOO feet  apart and connected by telegraph wires.  From the amount of displaeement of  tbe cloud caused by viewing it alternately from each end of ihe 000 foot  base line its height cau be calculated.  Some of the "ruacki-rel sky" clouds  photographed were seven aud a quarter miles high. Tbe loftiest clouds  whose eli>viit>ii was thus measured belonged to the type Unown as cirrus or  "curl cloud." the height of which was  a little more than seventeen miles.���������  London Globe.  The Double TracK  Route.  Reduced Fares for  Steamship  Passengers.  November  llth   to  December    31st.  Five months  limit.    Write    for    full  paiticulars and descriptive pamphlet.  A. E. DUFF,  General  Agent, Passenger Dept.  Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tours.  260 Portage Ave. Winnipeg.  Had a Deteriorating Effect  Tillinfast���������I suppose the young men  do not r.-g- rd Miss Hillwell as handsome now that her fither has failed?  Willygo-Well,   they    don't    think  she has such a fine figure as formerly.  Elderly Suitor (caught looking at  a girl at next table)���������"She reminds  nip of you,  Lucy."  She���������"Then why not stare at me  instead?"  Window Workers.  Industiies curried on in windows in  full view of pusser-sby are good money  makers in New York city. The rug  weavers, cigarette makers, printers  and candy makers have a new rival  uptown, where a straight line hand  knittintr machine has been installed  und attracts a lot of attention. "Sweaters while you wait" are a novelty, and  the knitter has a group of watchers  constantly at hl������* window. lip says  the venture is a success in^every way.  ���������Exchange.  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old Hand.  How to tan or diess all light fur  skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,  fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c; how to tan  Jog .skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c, for mats, rugs, robes,  gauntlets, &c.; how to dye sheep skin  mats iHiy desiied shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  tvithout wetting the skin, making the  fur as clean and lively as new; bow to  clean white fur, such as tliibet, angora, white rabbit, &c., making them  .is white and fresii as new; how to  tan cow and hoise hides for coats,  robes, &c; how to make easily and  quickly a good tough leather for rep-tiring harness and geneial use on  the farm; how to care for hides and  ���������duns that are to be sold, ancl how to  iell them to get the most money for  them.  Any of the above recipes will be  ���������ent to any address on receipt of 50  cents, or the booklet complete for  "52.00. Address:  AN   OLD   HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg,   Man.  Canadian Pacific  O'ficial Graft In Russia.  It is said the spirit of graft ia so  universal among Russian officials, and  thi1* on the best possible authority, that  tht* jewels of the decorations which the  cznr bestows on Ihe dignitaries of foreign courts invariably are found to  have turned into paste before reaching  their dpstlnirtion.  auto  turned  turned  New    Reporter���������Thc  terrapin, and   City    E litor���������You    mean  turtle.  Now "Repor'er���������Well, it was a high  priced ni.iqhiiic,���������Jii !ge.  Since the  Price of Eggs Rose  Hewitt���������"How did he make his for-  tune?"  Jcwitt���������"He kept a hen."  Lemon peel may be used  to make  an excellent flitvcring.   Fill a bottle  with rectified spirit and steep thc ppcli  in it.    Ornngo essence may be made  in the same way.  ! Lives of coichnrcn all remind us,  In our nice for daily bread,  Wp inu.it sometimes whip behind us  If we wish to keep ahead.  Table silver can be easily denned  by boiling in nn aluminum keUle  until it is bright.  A bicycle pump will clean a sewing  machine when it seoms clogged witli  dirt nnd it is impossible to reach the  parts with a cloth. Blow out the  crevices with the pump and follow  with a soft cloth.  EXCURSIONS  ,1-flfr^f ���������*"��������� *MR������*������*w*wM*y_ww*r*>fflQ^_M \mr  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip    -   -  From all stations in Ontario, Port  Arthur and West, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA AND  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on sale December 15, 16 and  17, 1910; January 20, 21, 22 and 23,  and February 14, 15 and 1G, 1011;  good to return within three month a  from date of issue.  Apply to nearest C.   P.  Ry. agent  for full information. *  W. N. U., No. 828.  :-l:Hm The  Eholt, B. C.  A  COMFORTABLE  HOSTELRY  John   JWcKellarr  Proprietor.  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  CO.  J. K. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of tlie Kootenays.  KASLO,     B.C.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A   SITTING of tin- Coiuily Court of Yuli- will  "���������       lie llollll'll III. (Ill- l.uurl  Ilullkl*   (ll'UUIIU-Ullll  on Tuesday Ilic _srli d������v   nl'.Mun-.li.   I!irr,[nt  uluveii u (.-lock in iIil foii-iiixin.  Uy onli-r,  W. (i. .VcMVXN*,  liUKidtrui- 0. C. of Y.  _-   a   _   B   n  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  nelson, g. j_.  W. <'.  -.VKI.l.S, l-roprlutor.  First-class in every th mo*.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  Take your "Repairs* to  A. D. MORRISON, GRAND FORKS  THE LEADING JEWELER  of the Boundary District*  CITY  ���������PUBLIC NOTICE,  With a view to tlie bctli-r preservation  of the J'ublic Highways tin- attention of  the public is herewith directed to the  provisions of Till-' 111011 WAV TRAl'-  L-IC RI.'OULATION* ACT AM1CN1J-  MlvNT ACT which enacts as follows:-���������  "It shall be unlawful for any per.-ion to  cause to be drawn or driven on any of  the public highways of that portion of  the l'rovinpe of British Columbia situate  east O'f the Cascade range of Mountains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess _f that mentioned' in  .Schedule 'A' herc-uito niinexed.  senruuu-* A.  Wagons ami ,| wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a kind in excess of the following :--  On tires under 3 inches 2,000 lbs.  On tires *��������� inches in width and under .1  In Phoenix N". J. Carson & Co.  carry a large stock of gent' furnish inns, clothing, hats, boots and  shoes. Drop in and have a rubber.  NI5W ADVMRTISING .*iCAIvK.     ���������  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand'Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application    for   Liquor   Licence,  (30 days)..; ������4.00.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60  days).... $7.50  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 clays) -57.50  Delinquent  Co-owner Notices (90  days) $10.00  Water Notices (30 days)  'Jis.oo  All other legal advertising, 12 cents-a  line, si'ngle column, for the first insertion; ancl 8 cents a line for each subse  i-m-nt insertion.  inches.  .. .3,000 lbs.  J3ag*gao-c transferred to  any part of tlie City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ino- of all kinds.  On tires.- inches in vidth and under 5  ll't*lies 6|000 lbs.  On  tires 5  inches  in -vidlli aud over   '-,ooo lbs. and over.  AND   NOTIC1-   is hereby given  that  the Act iu every respect must he strictly  complied with.  Any person guilty of an offence against  this Act shall upon suuinutrv conviction  thereof before a Justice of ihe Peace be  liable to a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars.  Is published every Thursday at. Greenwood, B. C , and the price is $2 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other countries it i.s sent postpaid for  J?.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  Hill, the son of a white-washed  Yankee father sees that, and  would, if he could, prevent the  people of the States emigrating to  Canada, the hope and glorv of the  20th century. -'  '  "  Thr Hindoos as a rule are averse  to a meat diet, bub some of them  will eat bull  beef,  although   the  most depraved wifl .not touch' the  flesh of a cow.      When begging  they accept only milk and money,  and they have been known to drink  bo'uze out of a bottle.     A   favorite  diet with some of them is hot cakes  and pickles:    At a   recent   court  trial one of them was  asked  what  he did with his money.    He said  that ho put it in the bank, then  bowed his head and trusted to God.  In talking an oath they do not kiss  the bible, but-swear that if they do  not speak tlio truth they  are  willing to become the illigitimate offspring of their own  sister.    The  prevalence of the incarnation theory  in India will expiaiu the   meaning  of this oath to those familiar with  the teachings of Theosophy.  Spring Millinery, Dry. Goods, Men's '.Shoes and  Furnishings, Ladies' Shoes, Laces, Embroideries;  Comonas, Silks, Underwear,. Lawns, Dress Goods,.  Skirts, Skirts, Silk Waists, all-marked' way clown,'-  cheaper than ever.. Potter's-Prints, the best fast  color print, Ginghams,,larger stock than ever. Neckwear and Hair Goods. ���������      '    ��������� '  We shall not continue accounts longer than the  20.h for thc preceeding'month.,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD, B. C, MAR. 2, 191 r.  ������������ ������  PHOENIX  The nearest hotel to the  Granby mines. One of the  largest dining rooms in the  city. The bar is replete  with nerve li racers of all  kinds, and the most fragrant cigars. Drop up and  see ine.  A. 0. JOHNSON  l'KOPHIIOTOR.  Insurance Agent  _*IRK,  1,1 KK AM) ACCIOKNT  Fidelity Bonds, Plato Glass,  Commissioner    for   Taking-  Affidavits  PHOENIX,  e.  c.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOENIX,     _3.   C  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light.   Meals and drinks at  all hours.  E.  V. CniSnOLM, Proprietor.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  THE RUSSELL HOTEL  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial institutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  THK    KOOTENAY    SALOON  Sandon, B. C, has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed iu any mountain town or the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.  Do not draw logs or timber over highway. Vehicles meeting ought to turn to  the left. A vehicle overtaken ought to  turn to the left. A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to tlie right.  W. G.  McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, May rgtli, 1010.  TKEJIOXT    HOUSE  Nelson, B C, ia run ou tin'. American and European plan. There  is nothing yellow about the house  except the gold in the eafo.  Itluloiiv A Trcgrllluk-.  NKWMAKI-KT    II()Tl*r.  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting- N'ew Denver, British ('olumbia.  Henry Stejjc. 1'ropr  1  Greenwood Miners  Union, No. 22,  W.  _ t    , F 51., meets every  baturday eveniii-i- in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.  Also in hall at   Mother Lode mine  rriday evenings at 7.  LUSTER MACKENZIE, Secty  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   lias  become   deceased,   "and  that the editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  The key to annexation is called  reciprocity.  The smoke of the battle of reci-  prcc.'ty has obscured the Canadian  navy and the Grand Trunk Pacific.  THK  I'lioviNoi-;  rioiRL  Grand Forks, is a large three-  story brick lintel that provides  the public with good meals and  pleasant rooina. A new building  but the saint! old rates  Kmil I.'irk.t>ii, I'l-opi-ic-tcn-  LAKJSV1KW    HOTi'L,  in Nelson, li. C, ernplovs all  white help and is a home for the  world at,-Jl.OO a day.  1*. r,, lirinuli, ]*ri>i>ri<>lur.  Tin-:   kasi.o  ikitki,  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cockle ������fc rupwoi-ln.  GREEXWOOD LODGE, No. 9  Meetsevery Sunday "Night, at the  Miners' Union Mull.  C. G. JOHNSON, See.  b. w. winnou'sox. assayer  AND Glir'MlST-Cliaa-es: Gold, silver, copper or lead, SI each.: ������-0ld-  silver, $1.50; -silver lend, Si.SO; '���������old-  silver, villi copper nr lead, ?-2.50; zinc,  *2- silver-iea-l-zinc, ������*. Prices [for  other metnla on apj-lication. Lrui"-lis  lance 'phone G7. V. <) I'o.n, _1lo8  Nelson, B 0.  SIIER.IUr.OOKK   II0US13  Nelson; B C One minute's walk  from C. P. R station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  lloyer Kro-i., I'ropriotor  (JLUJJ nOTJEL, NELSON, IS. O.  Wir Schooner Beer or JTnlf und Half. 10c.  Tlie boat dollar 11 day liuu-c in the city.  Travellers will find thi.s 11 pleasant IiDiru.  The rwin-i are clean and comfortable and  the meals tasty an-1 substantial.  ���������JACI*. GRANT, Proprietor.  "AT IT HERB SlltCS i900.'  It is to bo regretted that in British Columbia the speculator has  grabbed more land than tlio actual  setlkr.  Tub Pope receives 2*-*,000 pieces  of mail daily, and after reading it  all, it is little wonder that he prays  the rest of the night.  So mi-: Grifc in the cent belt shouts  "Let Laurier iinish his work !"  That's all right, provided he begins  at the new postoilice site in Greenwood.  Tin-: Liberal party lias split upon  reciprocity, and a house divided  against itself is liable to make  Fielding wait a long timo for the  shors of Laurier.  FRED RUSSELL  That Butte financier, Heinze,  is almost broke. Ho only has  S'5,470,000 aud eleven cents left.  It is about time ho made another  trip into British Columbia.  NELSON, B. c.  WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN  Produce   and   Provisions  The Windsor Hotel is one of tlie  best furnished hotels in the West.  It i.s located in tlie heart of Greenwood and within easy reacli of ail  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper "Metropolis. Healed with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. 'The bar is replete  with all modern beverages and  tlie cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. in., and for Oroville at 2:30  P- m. A'hciiie  Gillis.  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  H. W. Farmer & Co.,  REAL ESTATE,  Rock Creek, B. C.  Get your Razors Honed  and your Baths at  The Best Arranged Cigar Factory  at the Coast, where the  B.C., Old Sports  ami the Famous (Clear Huvanus)  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  are turned out in larger quantities  than ever.  SOLD  ALL  OVER   1'ROVIN'CK  Made by WILBERfi & WOLZ  New Westminster, E.G.  HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN   uv   1 J. H.JAMES of Greenwood.  I    LOWERY'S CLAIM  Durinj- the 87' months that Lowcry'e  Claim was on earth it did business 'ill  over   (lie   world.     It   was   the  most  unique, independent ond fearless journal over produced in Canada.   Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  .?ovei-nment shut it out of the mails,  and its editor ceasad  to   ptiblieh   it,  piiitly on account of n lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  ���������'0 run a paper thai ia outlawed, 'lhcn-  are still 25 different edition-* of thi.s con-  lemned journal in print.   Send lOcentr*  ind gel; one or $2 50 and get the bunch  It. T. LOWERY,  . Cr-'ecrnvood, B, C.  .oarrionef,  ���������"Smraence^Now!  We want eva**/onelo fttw  H * ffal we are paying  ^ c"~4% IuTerest-r"  perarmara cre5ite3 itfthV  on3avin^3f3eposit5ijl0-0  & uymoj subject To Wa-  fjimval br cheque & +  ^ 5������ InTeresT")  on lime deposits of ������������������*-  Sij-nnoTitta k over. -  We invest raor-ey for clients  murst mortgages &uo a  general facial business.  We wanTWnr saving accnt  vlifvou are no! saving- -  ^sTcmaticall-f, ���������*- - ���������������- ���������*-  GommcnceNowWiOiUs.  l_������eposu3 hy mail :i^^  -���������^l^ easily lian-kHet)���������  Toiicari send hy Draff,  Post OfRce + 6^press  Ovlev ov Rc^isTerefT^  Letter .& vvithBrawab  can be waclF-^*** -������^ ���������*���������  -* * any way you wish..  Weire Responsible  Refer 1o^-> -*- ���������*.-������������������.  Duns,l_rci(35treet3,  orTo anyone to* ���������  VMG0UV6R-  -Write us about it Way  fioitOT!!!!!  igAj-j\coviver B.C.-^  Vik will have an early spring.  The wiid geese have arrived in  Manitoba, while at the coast the  suckers ure already biting at every  townsite Fcheine that floats before  their vision.  Tine Government of Canada has  erred in bringing np the question  of reciprocity with the United  States without first taking a vote  of the people upon sueh an important question.  Tiiekk are 1,051 places licenced  to sell liquor by the glass in Montreal, and itisnot necessary to pack  a bottle when visiting the largest  city of Canada. The licence commissioners of the Boundary cities  might get steady work in that old,  but bibulous city.  El-pi-: will have its own water  and light 'systems, and may stake  a few coal claims in order to supply  the city with cheap fuel. If the  council of that city would build an  umbrella over the entire place, and  BURRELL'S SPEECH.  It has been  remarked  in   this  province that Martiu Burrell was a  pleasing speaker, too timorous  to  be  useful.    His work  at Ottawa  proves that he is  not particularly  bashful or timid,   especially  when  it   conies   to   discussing   matters  bearing upon  the welfare of  the  western fruit farmers.    In tho reciprocity debate he  made a most  valuable and importaut speech.   It  is  110  light  task   for   anyone   to  follow Mr. It. L. Borden jvnd Hon.  G. E. Foster but it may be said  without flattery that Mr. Burrell's  speech was not surpassed by those  who preceded him.    He lacks the  scathing   invectivo   and   vitriolic  sarcasm of Foster and the flashes  of   eloquence   which   characterise  Mr. Borden  at his  best.    But no  member of the House has a better  parliamentary   manner   tban   the  member   for. Yale Cariboo.     His  speech  in  the reciprocity   debate  was followed closely  by members  on  both sides of the House.    It  was recognized thafc he would speak  on the fruit-growing industry with  the authority of an expert.     From  1SS3 to  1899  Mr.   Burrell was a  successful  fruit-grower in the Niagara district; siuee  then   he has  been one of the leading men in the  rapidly growing fruit industry  of  British Columbia.     He was not to  be put oil* by Sir Wilfrid Laurier's  suggestion "that  Montreal   melons  could bo had at Delmonico's.  Mr.   Burrell  did  not  view   the  question    of   reciprocity   from   a  purely commercial standpoint.   He  admitted that his opposition   was  not entirely based on the injury to  the fruit industry. This only made  all the stronger the array of faces  and figures which he presented  to  prove that tho Fieldiiig-Knox arrangement would deal a deathblow  to the Canadian fruit  industry in  the Niagara district and  on" the  Pacific coast.    Mr.  Patersoii,  the  Minister of Customs,   learned   to  his sorrow that Mr. Burrell   knew  what he was talking about.    In  1907 the inini-iter from his place in  the House had declared in favor of  a tariff against American fruit. He  tried  to  explain  this  during Mr.  Burrell's speech by saying that at  that time the United States maintained a tariff against   Canadian  fruit  while under the reciprocity  arrangement fruit would be on the  free list of both countries.     In reply Mr. Burrell  pointed  ojut  that  the fruitgrowers could nofc'becompensated for the loss of  the home  market by the removal of the American duty.   During the past year  for example the Canadian tariff has  been  higher  than   the   American  tariff yet we imported six times as  much fruit as we imported.  Mr. Burrell was especially strong  in dealing with the situation oi  British Columbia. .To deprive the  British Columbian fruit-grower of  his market in the prairie provinces  be declared was to destroy his  business. "Whatever may be said  as to other schedules it is most unlikely that; any reply will be foimd  to Mr. Burrell's arraignment of  the gross injustice to Canada perpetrated by the fruit schedule an-  '.ON    PARLE   FRANCAIS.  if  .GREENWOOD,   B.'C.   '  The Really Best House in the Boundary,  Recently Remodeled and Strictly Up=to������  Date.     Restaurant in Connection.  ROY & BOYER  PROPRIETORS.  ai������a__i������_m__M_i-m*i_^^  "Unequalled tor Domestic Use."  ^mm������emo^���������r^9������99������e^9&&Q^Q9@&������&&&&m99^9&!S9mv909'  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine         8.14  Sulphuric Acid   Silica     Lime   Alkalies as Soda    Magnesia   Lilhia    Sulphuretted Hydrogen  363.43  74.29  S4.57  5-91  232.00 ���������  .86  32.00  9  V  lUilliam Boyd, Proprietor,  Has. recently beeu thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is how the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water iu baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure n'ervoiis  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metal ic  poisons from the system. ��������� The  water heals liver, 'kidnev and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or *Ji2 weekly  up. 1-ostoffice, express aud telegraph offices in connection.  naicyon, 0. ft. ������  PHOENIX, B. C.  'Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for tlie weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through tire entire house, and bathrooms are always at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment *  makes tbe drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS, MARSHALL        -       - .     PROPRIETOR  The Argo Mining  and Tunnel Go.  run  the whiskey business in the nexed to tne reciprocity agreement,  interest of  the  municipality,   the  name of Rupe would never bo permitted to drag in the soup.  Wji- x Canada was struggling in  shrrt and raggy pants, the United  Hat-s passed along as though we  were a torn poster in a wet ditch,  b.ic now that this glorious Dominion is arrayed in fine raiment,  Uncle Sam casts his eyes over the  tariff wall, and wants it torn down  so that he. can grab some of the  plums out of our full dinner pail.  Ni-okoes are not on the free list  in Canada.    The other day, a large Iish  number of them coming to settle in  Alberta, from the States, were  turned back at Winnipeg upon the  ground that they were undesirable  citizens. The Canadiau government permits Hindoos. Japs,  Chinese, etc., then why balk at the  negro? The negroes are good citizens, except, perhaps, when tnere  are too many of them in one locality.  Bill Chewed Gum.  The Laurier Government treats  the Fruit Growers with great contempt. While Mr. Burrell, their  acknowledged spokesman and practical expert, was presenting their  case to the House of Commons,  only two ministers of tho crown  troubled themselves to listen. Oue  of these, the Honorable Sidney  Fisher, was carrying on au audible  conversation with a Liberal member from the Province, of Quebec ;  the ether, Mr. Templeman of Brit-  f-'    Columbia,   indicated   his in  Samples of Ore from some  of the claims owned by the  Company may been seen on  exhibition in various places in  the City.  .    OLA  LOFSTAD,   President*  wise heads, at  Tin-: Yanks are  least some of them. They see that  Canada is becoming popular and  powerful and they want some of  the cream. Uncle Sam has become  alarmed at the way his people are  flocking into Canada.    Even Louis  difference by staring at the ceiling  whilst busily engaged chewing  g������"i.       ____________  The Clear Stuff.  They are not all misers in Russia. To celebrate his golden wedding, Mr. Spiridonofr", a Moscow  mining magnate, sent out a card of  invitation made of pure beaten  gold, with the lettering artistically  done in enamel. Each card weighed two-thirds of an ounce, and the  eight and a half pounds of gold  used to make them came from M.  Spirinonofl's own mines in tho Ural  Mountain-*-.   The invitations alone  ccst ?n,ooo.  Cutting Them Down.  A movement is on foot to shorten the Ten Commandments. A  despatch from London says: Ver.  Rev.William Mordaunt Furneaux,  dean of Winchester, has been entrusted by the convocation of Canterbury with the task of preparing  an abridgement of the Ten Commandments to be submitted for  consideration at a meeting of the  convocation iii May.  '  The convocation is now sitting  in Westminster under the presidency of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and has had before it,  among other matters, a proposal to  modify and shorten the second,  fourth and tenth commandments,  and it is with these three that ilio  dean of Winchester will be concerned.  As a sample of the form which  the abridgement will take, the  dean said today that probably he  would suggest that tho tenth com  simply, ''Thou shalfc not, covet."  The modifications of the others  have not been considered by him  yet.  Opposition to any change from  the traditional interpretation of  the decalogue is expected from tho  nonconformists.  mandment bo abreviated to read them do.  Maybe the editor does not belong to  your church or lodge or agree with you  politically, says an exchange, but he is  doing n lot more than you have dreamed  of doing to keep your town on the map.  Arid he can't keep it in glowing colors  and buy Venetian red to do it with forever, unless he is a man Bof an independent fortune.   If he's the right sort he  wont ask you to subscribe or advertize  unless you got ioo cents to the dollar,  but he can sing the town's virtues in a  much clearer tenor if his ndvertisin-r col-  uinnrs welt filled and the citizens occasionally help him by telling him the news  Instead'of criticising him or trying to  take business away from him because he  does uot happen to see things as some of  ii  J'  I  I:  \  I.  ���������vi  *&  ���������f ���������  "������-������W-*J������ilN  J

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