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 ~n~  k>  vT  v .  cj  ���������Vv'f-v-J -> ���������.���������*������������������**������������������������������-.  ,  I I     .. *. . ' If I    '   t * v,l,,  '' ���������   *-'*<;       ���������" .' ',.  - -   .:_(������������������'...'  'ft?.*<i-i>!  pp*-^ W*^  .: Vol.- ,XVI.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, J910.  No. 51  i:  -���������'     , -  . GREENWOOD, B. C.  New Stock of Ladies' Shoes, Dry Goods and Fur-  ��������� nishings complete.      * '  20 jer cent. Reduction in price of Millinery,  until stock is closed out.,      ,  "  STOCK "NEW'& CHOICE  mmmm%^z33^2^^&igzmmms33Z3s?m  U  Just received a fine assorted  line of Iron Beds, Springs and  :   Mattresses"  ���������You willsavo money by seeing  The Furniture & Stove Man.  PHONE 16.  GRE5ENWOOD, B. C.  Passing Thr on  -The "Windsor .Hotel is one of the-best-furnished * jji  hotels in the "West.    It is located in the heart of   {(!  Greenwood ancl within easv reaeiVof all the" fin an-., M  * ��������� " ' ' Hi  cial  and  commercial institutions  of the  Copper   \\\  Metropolis. / Heated with steam and lit by elec- , W  tricity.    Conirhodious sample rooms. > Trie bar-is.-".-,!  V.   --*     ���������- replete", with- all, modernybeverages, .andj the O.ife   W  -.'. . -,  '���������-*.never closes.    Rooms reserved by,telegraph.  -The:3VindsdirEotel.-  -Co:-'  'Ef J.J" Car'tier; ^rana"geir |'i  IJ-MBBIilriS-^^  ���������   "*"  s  PHOENIX, B. U. .  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  havenfor the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms aie always at the -service of thor-e in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the a-tistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the monn-  taius and a pleasure to drummers  with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        =       =       PROPRIETOR  TEMPERANCE-  is all right if shorn of luunbuggery.  Too lunch writer drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else.  OUR PURE WINES "   "  '  AND LIQUORS    .   ,  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emeigency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  Greenwood Eiquor goaipany, Tmporteri, firwiwoosl, B. (&. ������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD OrriCJ������, TOROSTO  ������kSTAIil.ISUI'D   1B07  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Brandies throughout Canada, and in thc United States and England  .COUNTRY BUSINESS ���������p&^^Z*^  banking business.    Sales noteswill bo cashed.or taken for collection. .  RflWfHWlft   RY  RJ3ASI    Accounts may be opened by mail  and  DRUM WW  DJ   \Hr\\ L     in01)ies dcp0.itea-.or withdrawn In -this  way with equal facility. " 122  SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT.  J. T. BEATTE, Manager.        -        Greenwood Branch.  .Regular monthly mooting*- ol  *V V Greenwood .'lo.l-.-i-" No. 28.'A. P.  /S/* & A.. M.,' nro held on tho flrnt  ! Tliursdny In eacii rnoiit.li in Fra  ternity hall, Wood block, Government  Htreot, Greenwood.  ViHiting brothror  ������(���������<! coi-diully Invited to attend,  ., JAS, ti. IirltNII", Hvurnlnry,  Orecini'hod Minora'  Union, No. 22, W.  F M., moots every  Saturday ovunltijr in Union Hall, Cop-  por Htrect, Greenwood, at 7:110.  Aluo in luiil nt Mother Loilo^mlno  I'Yiday cvotiingfi at 7:80.  G ICO, H RATJIBBTON, Secretary  Mr. Hansen will open a store in  Midway.  Ernest Bmiting is manager of a  store in Stewart. -  Dr. Traynor is now in charge ol  the hospital at Kitselas.  " William McBride is in tho hospital suffering from pneumonia.  The scarlet fever quarantine at  Boundary Falls has been raised.  Dominiou Day will be celebrated  iu Greenwood in a royal manner.  " .Smelter sdioIco is not particularly  beneficial to Dead wood horticulture  Several runa.ways-have���������occurred  in 'Greenwood during the past  .month. -- ^  James McCroatb, Jnr., hag gono  on a trip to "Vancouver and-'Prince  Rupert. .."-"''   ���������"*!.".  J. S. Whiten ere was in the city  last week looking up the piano  business.  - For its size", Eholt is the ,ino"*fc:'  prosperous-town- in th'e - Boundary  Ibid month.  J. R. Jack?on, M.P.P., went to  Victoria on Monday. He will return in ten days.  There will be a crowd in Greenwood to-morrow. Do not get run  over by the autos.  , J. Patterson, C. P. B. agent at  Eholt, was married last week to  Miss A. Bobinson.  Mrs. James McCreath and her  daughter, Gladys, are spending a  few weeks in Calgary.  Robert Bond is at the Mother  Lode looking aftpr the meat supply  for the big boarding house.  Joe Kelly came iu from Water-  vilic.. last week and will spend a  fehort time in the Boundary'.  Labor is scarce in the Boundary  and some of the iniues and wagon  roads are in need of more men.  Fok Sale.--500 shares of Midway  Coal Stock, at 10 cents a share.  Apply to B, care of Ledge office.  Tho finest bake oven in the  Boundary has just been put in at  the Mother Lode boarding house.  E. C. Campbell-Johnston and  George Findlay have returned to  Hazel ton from the Bulkley valley.  At the Mother Lode mine, last  Thursday, Miko Miller had a foot  badly smashed by a rock falling on  it.  Thomas Walsh will entertain  his friends to a grand ball at the  Bridesville Hotel, upon Dominion  Day.  In the rush of modern lil'o, do  not overlook the fact that the  Ledge oflice is still doing job  printing.  J. E. McEwen and Miss Olive  Summers were recently married in  Victoria. They will reside iu  Kit?elas.  Howard Stevenson is now in the  employ of the-O. N. "ft. at Watson.  He repoits that it is the best job he  p.vet had.  There are about 180 men working at the Mother Lode mine, and  this number is being gradually  increased.  In tbe recount at Prince Rupert,  George R. Naden defeated M. M.  Stephens and is now an alderman  of the wet city.    ���������  Robert Lindsay Las returned  from - Fort George. He did not  obtain any land that was suitable  to his requirements,  The Argo Tunnel and Mining Co.  held its annual meeting last Saturday. A: report of the meeting  will bo given next week,  Irr Grand Forks, last Thursday,  the city team ran away and fatally  injured William,Keron. Ho lived  five hours after the accident.  Construction work on the Kettle  River railway will begin at Midway  in a few days. It is likely that  Pat Welch will have the contract.  The tin can band and rice brigade  were quite active at the C P.R.'depot, in Eholt, la3t -Monday. The  agent had just .returned with his  bride.  Mrs. A. D. McMillan and Master  Harry left last week for Vancouver,  after staying there a while" they  will pay a visit to'their old home at  Oxford, Nova Scotia.  ��������� For Sale.���������The Central Hotel,  Midway. A three storey building,  well furnished, and best of locations  is for sale or to rent on easy terms*.  For particulars apply to the owner.  About 120 men are now employed  at the smelter, ' in Greenwood.'  The force will be increas'.d when  tho enlarging offtho furnaces is  completed, which will ,bo next  mouth. }  D. R. McEImorj' is having the  Orient mineral claim, near Eholt,  surveyed for a cro'wn grant. This  property con tains ja' great deal of  iron and its ore,"is valuable for  fluxing. '   1-.  1  Since the city was incorporated,  J. W. Nelson li-fs paid into its  treasury for taxes, license, etc.,  over" ������6,000, and lie regrets that  after the 15th of July this pleasure-  will be denied bimV  ^At one time, there were twenty-  two hotels and thirteen barber  shops wide open "in Greenwood.  Those were the days when Copper  street was paved with gold, and  the wolf never even looked iu the  window.  For Dominion Day, July 1st, the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company  announce a rate of fare and one-  third for the round trip. Tickets  will be on sale June 29th to July  1st, inclusive. Final return limit,  July dtli. r  Thomas Russell, the well-known  road builder was iu tho city last  week. Tom had just got off being  iii quarantine for fourteen days iu  a Phoenix hotel owing to a case or  two of diptheria being found upon  the premises.  Tbe fruit growers of Grand  Forks will have about sixty carloads of fruit to sell this summer.  Last week, Eugene Herriok sold  eleven carloads for future delivery  in,. Phoenix and *��������� Greenwood.  Tjherrics from- Giuud Foiks are  now arriving in Greenwood.  There was a meeting of the  Greenwood Riile Absociation on  Monday evening. Tho largest attendance was from the Mother  Lode. W;. G. McMyun was elected captain; E. llibberl, lbt lieut.,  and It. A. Chester, bec-treas. A  committee of eight was appointed  to arrange all affairs ot tho Association. It is likely that the first  shoot of the season will take place  next Sunday. ,  Writing in the Los Angels Mining Review, Sidney Norman tells  how Jack Lucy closed up a restaurant in Kaslo, in 1S93. The panic  was on, aud for a payneufc on a  claim, Jack took a bunch of meal  tickets from George Kaue upon the  Bon-Ton restauiaiit. Times were  hard, so Jack gave a meal ticket tc  everyone in town, and they eat so  much the restaurant went out of  business for 'acK of credit and provisions.  Two Vicious Appointments.  The Laurier government has  added two .peculiarly indefensible  appointments to its already long  list. W; A. Beddoe's case attracted much notice. The Ottawa  Journal attacked the appointment  charging that while in the Yukon  Beddoe had been .virtually convicted of attempted blackmail by a  jury. So reputable a man as J. B.  Tyrrell publicly asserted that  Beddoe bad tried to blackmail him;  Beddoe brought suit, and the jury  threw out tho suit on the ground  rhat Mr. Tyrrell -had proved hit-  case. The Journal recounted the  f-tory and repeatedly declared that  Beddoe was unfit for the post.  Beddoe did  not d^ire to sue the  Western Float  W. C-- McMynn of Greenwood is  recoguized as one of tne foremost  anglers in the Boundary���������but some  times ho hooks a iisn aud sometimes its a turkey. While fishing  ou Boundary creek the other day  the genial angling government  agent bad baited his hook with a  fly and threw it back over the fence  before casting it into the water. A  turkey was passing that way and  availed itself of the opportunity for  a luscious bite, and when Mr. McMynn drew his line he had a turkey hooked by the tongue'. A consultation was held and a surgical  operation was decided on, and  aside from having an impediment  in its .speech through the lack of a  tongue the feathered fish is still  enjoying life.���������Phoenix Pioneer.  newsp-iper, but left the country  huiriedly to proceed to Now Zealand at ������3,000 a year. .  Thus the Dominion of Canada is  represented'in New Zealand by a  person whom a Canadian jury has  pronounced a blackmailer and who  does not sue a Canadian newspaper which declares him morally  unfitted for tl.e post.  The case of Alex. Johnston. Ex-  M.P., also is bad. Mr. Johnston  was one of the three men who  formed the Blocker's Brigade in  the parliament which sat from 1904  to 1908. A peculiarly bitter partisan, he devoted himself to preventing the Conservatives in the Public  Accounts Committee from -detecting stealing in the Departments.  At that time the Department of  Marine and Fisheries was under  constant investigation and Mr.  Johnston steadily tried to keep the  lid on. In 190S he was defeated  by Mr. J  W. Maddin.  Mark what the Laurier government does. This is the chain of  events:���������  1. The Marino and Fisheries  Departmynr if* Gotten with graft.  2. Mr. Johnston does his best  to'keep the graft from being exposed.  8. Through the Courtney Commission aud the Cassels Commission  the existence "of the graft which  Mr. Johnston (-ought to shield is  abundautly proved.  4. Thereupon the Laurier government appointts Mr. Johnston Deputy Minister of the same  Department.  -  '5.    Thai is   Laurier's   way .of  handling graft.   The Boy Scouts.  Statement of Receipts aud" Expenditures of the Baden Powell  Boy Scouts to May 31&t, 1910  RECEIPTS.  SubscriDtions collected by  members of Troop       .    S1S2.15  Received   from  some of  the Scuts in part payment of Equipment    . 0 00  81SS.13  EXPENDITURES.  Cabin repairs .  Cabin Furniture  Equipment  Clothing ....  Fuel and Light  General Evpem-cs  .  Balance iu Bank  $13.35  22 10  45.55  S7.70  1.20  13.50  -1.95  SIS8 15  Phoenix.  at  There are forty men working  the Rawhide.  Danny Deane will r.*pre������*ent  Phoenix in Ileno next Monday.  Ho will visit Vancouver before returning.  About fifty from the Boundary  attended the Scandinavian ro-union  at Nelson, last week. A. O. Johnson was one of the judges.  The Oddfdllovvs will run an excursion to Christina lake'on Friday.  Five new fire escapes have been  putin at the Queens hotel. This  popular house ,has been recently  renovated with wall papor and linoleum throughout.  At the Dominion hotel, Mike  Mirkovicb is now a partner with  James Summers,  Frank Petersen has returned to  the city.  Frank Wiliu expects to,locate at  tho Mothei Lndo in a few days.  The Brooklyn hotel is crowded  these dayB with commercial men  from all parts of tho country.  Greenwood, B.C., June 20. 1910  Audited and found correct.  W. G. McMvXkV,  J. T. Bi-.vmi*,  F. W. McLaine,  J. S. Birxiu,  Auditors.  In submitting this report, we  would like to compliment the  Scouts and Scoutmaster on the  very creditable and business Hice  manner in which the accounts have  been kept, which reflects much  credit on the organization.  Subscription lists will shortly be  opened for the purpose of providing funds, for the troop, and it is  hoped that the public will contribute liberally, as Scoiitmnstur  IlargronvoH has art important  coinvo of instruction to give to the  Scouts which will require financial  assistance. Tn addition to the  lists which will be taken around by  the Scouts, the Banks will also  receive contributions from anyone  desiring to help along this worthy  cause.    Thc Auditors.  The Reno Fight.  The linhti rtrxt Monday between  Jim and Jack will have more .spectators than the bit Me of Gettysburg  although it will bo Jess bloody.  The betting is in favor of Jeffries  although Hmiietiines a dark horse  wins. Hi im in Cooley sends the  Ledge his opinion upon the great  event:  "Tho fight will last twenty-two  round.-.'- Several seats will fall  down in the arena and wreck a few  ordinary pugs. Jeffries will be  killed in the twenty-second round,  and then the coon will be hung to  a telegraph polo until ho is reasonably dead. After that the, mob  will engage in a riot, kill a few  innocent policemen, and destroy  several barrels of respectable booze.  Several hotel men will be hung for  raising their rates and playing tho  oinch. After services have been  said for tho dead the crowd will  file out of Mir city, one ball drunk,  tho other half broke."  Enderby has twenty cases of  measles.        ' '  In Alberta, the price of oats' is  advancing. ,     .   -  .   Michael Healoy died in -Vernon  last week.  Real estate is becoming active in  Barkerville.  Joe Martin will visit Vancouver  next month.  The town of Granum wants a  brick maker.  Port Moody now has a population of 1,200.  Tlie Lakeview hotel in Savona is  to be enlarged.  At Chase, A. E, Underwood has  built a fiue hotel.  A telephone exchange has been  put in at Aga-*siz.  There are five Sunday Schools in  North Lethbridge.  Mission City expects to have a  beet sugar factory7.  Stewart will expend $30,000 upon  a sewerage system..  Nelson wants a fish hatchery  and the university.  Ore has been found in one of the  streets of Rowland.  A Strawberry fair was held in  Enderby this week.  Wooden pipes will soon be made  in New Westminster.  Mutton is fifteen cents a pound  in New Westminster.  A 312,000 school will be built in  Phoenix this summer.  There are 110 children going to  school in Port Moody.  Mission City will not get a new  school until next j'car.  The price of saloon licenses will  be raised in Kamloops.  W. J. Saunders is building an  hotel at Copper River City.  At Nome, the spring clean-up of  gold was worth ������1,175,000.  There was considerable hail  around Kelowna last week.  There are 1,200 men working in  the coal mines at Blairmore.  _Near Cro.fton, a sawmill is,to-be  built that will cost $750,000.  A dredge will begin work in  Nanaimo harbor next month.  The raising of goats will soon  be important in the Kootenay.  A man in New Westminster has  bought a hack that cost $1,200.  J. R. Campbell, of Princeton,  may start a drug store at Hope.  There are signs of another boom  at Warduer, in East Kootenay.  Operations are to be resumed on  the California mine at Republic.  The Orangemen will celebrate  at Port Hammond on July 12th.  This year, the taxes in  Grand  Forks are 25 mills on the dollar.  The Slocan wants a gold commissioner and government agent.  Mr. McCarvel, formerly of Dawson, is now chief of police in Rupe.  Tho California mine, in the Slocan, has been leased to four Italians.  A hospital with a capacity for  ten beds is to be built at Princeton.  The editor of the Fernie Free  Press hasa dog to guard his office.  Hazelton has bought two chemical fire engiues and 200 feet of hose.  This month, ice the thickness of  a window pane has formed in Dawson.  Many coal claims are being  prospected east and west of Cau-  more.  A lost mine has been discovered  amid the wilds of Observatory  Inlet.  The C. P. R. is expending $250,-  000 upon improvements in Kamloops.  The Imperial hotel, at Fernie,  has put in six pool and billiard  tables.  The new C.P.R. wharf at Sum-  merland will be finished next  month.  The cherries produced around  New Westminster are of a poor  quality.  In l)iiii������*h Col-umhia, the ������*tl������ of  Jamaica Ginger to Indians is prohibited.  Coast people' havo bought the  Mollio Hughes mine, near New  Denver.  It looks as though tho Okanagan  would bo short of fruit-pickers this  summer.  Up to date, the Tulameen district has produced 20,000 ounces'of  platinum. ,  Tho C.P.R. has been requested  to build a fruit packing plant at  Kelowna. ,;.  In Granum, Alberta, a baseball  player was fined $200 for beating  an umpire.  TheKelly-DougliLs'Co. aro build  ing a warehouse in Rupo that will  cost $1(5,500.  The postoffiee in Victoria is to be  painted. It is owned byY.the  government. ,,_''���������  A townsite near Hazelton has '  been named Ellison, in honor of..  Price Ellison. "' \   *  In 1914, the Canada Northern  railway will be completed, across  the continent.,     ���������   ,   '       .   "  ''���������  After teaching school in Kamloops for twenty-four years,' E. 8.'  Wood has retired.  A coffin factory is being started,  in North Vancouver.    It will employ eighteen men.  Another moving picture show'  has opened in Rupe. The renfc-  costs $300 a month.  Saloon and hotel liquor licenses  have been raised in Victoria from  6400 to 8G50 a year.  This year, there will be a thousand carloads of fruit shipped out  of British Columbia.  , J. E. Gil more has sold the  Premier,., hotel, in Stewart, for a  large sum of money.  At the Needles,  on the Arrow *  lake, F. G. Fauquier has planted  four acres in strawberries.   -   ''  At Grand Forks, it is said that  the Covprt estate will yield forty  carloads of fruit this summer.  Iu the past two years, about  $40,000 has beeu expended upon  ditches iu the Chilliwack valley.  Ole Tweeden has bought a six  stamp mill for his quartz "mine on  Chicken creek, in the Klondike."'  It is'estimated that the town of  Stewart will have a population of  5,000 before the summer is over.  At the big game show in Austria,  British Columbia obtaiued six medals out of a possible twenty-four!  There are seven hotels in Trail,  and nearly all of them are conducted by men with foreign names.  George K. Leeao:i died in. Calgary last week. He operated' the  first line of stages in British Columbia.  Mann & Mackenzie will spend  millions developing the coal mines  they have acquired on Vancouver  Island.  About 34 miles up Copper river,  Mancell Clark has located a body  of ore that assays 45 per cent iron  to tbe ton.      ���������'..*:���������  -.* k.-.  In order to enter Kamloops; the  Canadian Northern has asked the  city "for a grant of land that will  cost $50,000.  There is some talk of building a  cold storage plant at New Westminster that will hold a million  pounds of fish.  The city of Grand Forks estimates its receipts for the current  year at $5S,015,  and its expenditure at $50,015.  In the Klondike, the Lone Star  quartz mine is turning out $100  in gold every twenty-four hours  with a two stamp mill.  The C.P.R. will build a Swiss  village at Golden, to accomodate  the families of the Swiss guides ill  the employ of the company.  The city council of Prince Rupert is making strenuous efforts to  destroy the rats in that city by  baiting them with poisoned bread.  The C.P.R. has thirty surveyors  working on a continuation of the  Kootenay Central railway into the  Big Bend district, north of Revelstoke.  In Lethbridge, the police are  busy enforcing the chicken by-law.  Iu that city, hens are not permitted to lay eggs ou the front  streets.  In Kelowna, fifteen men are employed making cigars out of tobacco  grown near the town. Comstock  Spanish is tho best tobacco for  that section.  Nelsou is putting down the best  cement sidewalks in British Columbia. Nelson will be a big city  some day for- its citizens are full of  push and progression.  A bear came into Rossland the  other day aud frightened several of  the inhabitants. Bruin escaped to  the tall timber without anyone  getting a shot at him.  Hotels with thirty-five roome, iu  Prince Rupert, will be granted  liquor liceuses after July 15. The  fee is SI,000 a year, the highest in  tho province. Wholesale liquor  licenses are -J300 a year.  J. J. Warren says that Peutictou  will be tbe piincipal divisional  point on the Kettle Valley railway.  A wharf will be built, 900 feet bug,  at a cost of $50,000. The Penticton  pay-roll will probably amount to  860,000. :       " ���������     ;  CREDIT WHERE ITS DUE.  A Highlander fell into the river,  and, after a-desperate effort, managed to reach the bank in aafetj'i  His wife, who bad been a distresieil  onlooker, exclaimed, as soon as hot1  anxiety was lelieved: "Ab, Donald, ye should bo ferry thankful to  Providence for saving your life."  Donald was somewhat aggrieved at)  what ho deemed an unequal apportionment   of credit.     "TeBBi  W. G. Gillet, formerly mayor of yens,"   ho   replied  Nelson, is n builder "and contractor  in Stewart.  wass ferry goot, but  clover too, whateffer'i"  ��������� ���������'Providouco  I wass ferry  , i  ..'  -���������ft  /'.  Jk'J  '%ft-||  it v������  4  tit  ���������'IS  i-*.-  ������5I  4  m  '���������ii  4i  m  ���������������?*=  $������&  fjMaBtMMiiaMB^  "' THE   LEDGE.   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  IS  Agony In the Home When He  Fails to Show Up on Time.  WHOLE TOWN ON THE WIRE.  Mrs. Bowser Recalls When She Might  Have Been Better���������He Returns From  "Shober Old Dubs" Club���������Remorse  Recalled���������Yanked to Bed.  By M. QUAD.  [Copyright,   1910.   by   Associated   Literary  Press.J  T  Ave nilriuiL's  to 0 o'clock  the  other evening Mrs. Bowser be-  pan  listening  for tbe footsteps  of .Mr. I'owslt.  An umbrella iui-iidcr cume along, but  his voice was diffi-ri'iit.  The agent of a soap warranted to  prevent clothes from wearing out rang  the basement bell, but Mr. Bowser  came not.  A tramp called and asted for a dime  to help him to get to South America  ���������with, but the old fa miliar footstep  sounded not.  Six o'clock and no Mr. Bowser.  The winter winds moaned mournfully, and Mrs Bowser thought of the  dead killed by street cars aud autos.  A quarter ufter (>. and the cook came  upstairs to say that she bad seen  many mysteries in her life, but none  to compare wilh this.  Was thc- Bliic-1* Hand In It? Had  Mr. Bowser received threatening letters and refused to come dowu with  the dough?  Sis-thirty, and no step and no  Bowser. 'J'he moaning ot tbe wind  thickened So did rhe plot. It was  just possible that Mr. Bowser bad called a street car conductor a liar and  that both had got off rhe car to have  it out, but if nor Hint what could it be?  At 7 o'clock Mrs. Bowser went down  to dinner alone, but she hud no appetite. Sbe sat at the table and Thought  of how she miglir  have saved on  Ihe  DB. SpKEM'S PHONE CONSOLATrON.  gas and coal, how she had paid 31)  cents for stockings wheD she could  have made the tweuty-two cent ones  do, and presently she found tears  streaming down her cheeks. She  loved Mr. Bowser, but until that moment she had not realized how much.  The cook came in and by way of  comfort said she had a brother who  failed to come home one nlgbt, and  after three days' search he was found  in the rear room of a cigar store, lie  bad gone there aud made a kick about {  their three for fives, and they had  sawed his head off. Depend upon il,  Mr. Bowser was lying somewneie witli  his head separated from his body.  Nevermore would he come home to  kick the front gate open.  Police Had No Tidings of Bowser.  ���������   At 7:15 o'clock Mrs. Bowser went upstairs and. called  police headquarters  ou the telephone.   The reply wan:  "No; no murders have been reported,  but we are expeetiug one every minute.   Will call you up later."  At 7:30 the call came.   Au old woman had been ruu over by a brewery  wagon, a boy had shot himself in the  hand, a married  man bad eloped, an  old  gentleman   had   broken   his  neck  while trying to bow to a chovus girl  in the street, but nothing to explain  the Bowser mystery.  "Did he get swizzled now and then?"  "Was his a happy home?"  "Had she, Mrs. Bowser, called him a  liar just as he was leaving home that  'morning?"  "Had she any suspicions that he was  6tuck ou some other woman?"  "Had he seemed off his h.-ad for a  few days past?"  Mrs.   Bowser  answered   the   above  questions   nnd   then   sat  down   and  wept.   She had been pretty good, but  she could   have  been   better  to  Mr.  Howser.   For instance, when he- wanted to buy n chicken farm it was her  duty to have been enthusiastic about  it lustead of figuring out that be was  hound to lose $2,000 a year.   His mau-  gled remains were being hidden by the  falling snow now, aud her conscience  was crying out.  Eight o'clock, and no Bowser.  The cook  came  upstairs and  said  that she once had a sister who started !  out to buy a forty-nine ceut corset and '  was missing for months and months. J  Finally a man wns about to be banged  for murder and confessed that he had ���������,  decoyed the woman into n cooper shop I  to get a glass of soda, and that while ,  'she was drinking It and exclaiming j  "Yum.  yuru!"   between  swallows   he  (struck  her t-even   blows with  a  five  ���������cent tack hammer and then sold her  bkHly for a mummy   Could Mr, Bowser  be fiirlced?    Did he ever drink soda  water?   If be saw a blow from a Urck  hummer coming could he sidestep It?  Would anybody buy him for a mummy  If br wu������ dead?  Half past 8, and tbe strain was becoming linens--.  Nine o'clock, and tbe police telephoned thai ii inun bad just leaped  from the forty-eighth story of a skyscraper and that bis remains bad been  picked up In a bat it was supposed to  be a case of unrequited love. Might  or might not be Mr. Bowser���������what did  she. think?  Half past 9. and Mrs   Bowser called  up the family doctor on the telephone.  Dr. Sokem on tho Phone.  "Yes,, this  Is   Dr.   Sokem.     What's  wanted?   Who is It? Oh, Mrs. Bowser,  1 eh?   Well, has Bowser started for the  north   pole yet?    Hasn't  come home  this   evening   and  you   are   worried?  Don't you go Into fits over  Bowser.  Never can tell what he'll do next, you  know.   Dead?   Nonsense!   He'll come  home all right and explain things. May  have stopped somewhere to look at a  flying machine.   Good night!"  Ten o'clock, and uo Bowser. The  wind was now moaning like a lost  soul. Mrs. Bowser listened to it and  wished she had let Mr. Bowser buy  that squash farm. He had never been  the same since mentally, and she was  to blame for it  Had some one come across his frozen  remains in a snowdrift? Were they  now lifting them up tenderly? Were  they now wonderlug if an extravagant  wife had driven the poor man from  home? They probably were, and Mrs  Bowser wept and resolved never to  pay over 7 cents for another handkerchief.  Eleven o'clock by the booming bells  It had been a night of terrible anxiety'. One���������two���������three boomed the bells,  and the cook, who had been asleep on  the kitchen table, came up to go to her  room aud halted to sny:  "if he's dead then he Is dead, and  we can't help it. Let us hope" that be  perished happy and that his last  thought was of us."  ��������� Bowser Falls In,  Half past 11, and something bulky  fell against the front door aud pawed  around. Why keep tlie world on  tenter hooks? It was Mr. i*������ wser  With a great sigh of thankfulness Mrs  Bowser opened the door, reached out  for a coat collar, and then with n great  jerk at it she announced:  "Come in here, young man, and ex  plain yourself:"  Mr. Bowser came in. ne inade rail  fences through to the sitting room,  dropped into a chair, and after looking  around rhe room In a vacant way be  asked:  \ "Am I home?"  ".Yes."  "Are you .Mrsh. Eowsher?"  "Yes."  "Well. I'll tell you whasber ni.-i7.zer.  1 joined club tonight���������new club���������club  culled -Shnbi-r Old Dubs.* Over forty  shober old dubs there, and I never had  sho much fun in my life. Mrs. .-Bow-  slier, if you was only shober old dub  I'd have you join. Would t"r a fack.  I wanted to come home, but they  wouldn't let me. They stood me on  my head when I wanted to come,  home. Was you crying f'r me, Mrsh  Bowsher."  "We'll talk this over In the morning." said Mrs. Bowser in severe  tones.  "But why not talk it over t'night.  when  I'm perfeckly shober?    1 may  not be in 'er morning.  Mrsh. Bowsher,  is zhat our front door out zhere?"  "Of course."  "And does it know me?"  "It ought to."  "Zhen why did it strike at me and  tell me to go way back when I come  home?"  Mr. Bowser was assisted upstairs  and to bed, and when morning came  and Mrs. Bowser starred to say something he cut her off with:  "The next time 1 am out late buying real estate don't make a ninny of  yourself and add two or three dollars  to the gas bill. When I came up" in  tbe taxi I thought the house was on  lire."  SNIPS ON SHROVETIDE.  The Question of Origin.  "I understand you have said you  might retire to private life."  "Yes." said Senator Sorghum. "It's  all right for me to make that sort of a  remark, but I'd hate to have any of  my constituents say it."���������Washington  Star.  What  They  Used  to   Do  on St.   Pancake's Day  In  Merrie England.  Nowadays, if it were not for the  appearance on our tables of the succulent fritter, most of us would be  quite oblivious of the occurrence ot  Shrove Tuesday. But in the days ot  our grandfather the case was very  different, and many were the curious  and time-honored customs which  marked  the day.  Most curious, perhaps, of all t'hesc  Shrovetide customs were the great  foothill matches. The game, however,  was scarcely of the kind which would  be recognized by the Football Assocra.  tion, partaking as .it did more of fli->  strenuous character football as played in America.  Frequently, the majority of the nble-  - bodied  men of  a town took  part  in  these Homeric contests, and the field  extended several miles.  Thus, at Perth, a match used always  to be played botween teams representing, respectively, the Bachelors and  Benedicks of the town. Tlie kick-off  wa.s at two o'clock, and tire struggle  raged until sunset, the aim of t'v  married men being to deposit the ball  'irr a certain hole in an udjoininp  moor, while the goal towards which  tlie bachelors made was a pond  A similar struggle used to take  place bjtwi-en two of the rival nar-  ishes in Derby', and the side which  won thf day wu.- wont to proclaim  the fact by fastening the ball, d-'ekot*  with colored ribbon, to the spire oi  the ^parish church. Kveu the "{rentier" sex were not to b.i nxclude-i  from thc delights of Shrove Tupsd-i-  tootbi-11, and a match used to be  plnyecl ev.*M-y year b'tween thc niu-  trons  and  spinsters  of   rnvorn'-ss.  As in the mutches of the men, the  players were allowed to adopt any  ine-nia th ay pleased of propelling the  ball, and us tackling wns usually more  than vigorous, cr.sualtioii occurred.  Kven hi the country districts th"  matches must have been sonWhin-.-  of a trial to those who possessed no  sporting tastes; while in London the  dan-xers at Inched to the practice were  so great that the civic authorities issued . on ��������� order, forbidding, under  heavy penalties, the playing of football   in   the  streets.  In the old days, Shrove Tucsdax-  was the occasion of many quaint oh  servances at schools, especially iri  the North of England. Thus, at sonif  schools, it was customary for the  pupils to try to "bar out" their teach-  ers, and if they succeeded in this en  deavor they were allowed to claim ai;  indulgence of a day- or two's extra  holiday. As some compensation, however, to the master, every pupil had  to pay a small sum of money, known  as a "cock penny," which went towards the salary of the tenchers.  Perhaps the b-*strknown school custom still extant is that of "tossin-  the pancake" at Westminster," th*  pancake b?ing afti-rwr.rds scramble  for, and the appropriator of the l;ir<-  est  portion rewarded.  A rather brutal sport, which is now  fortum-.t-.ly,    k-.t-irnct,     -vf.s    that    o  "cockshying."   By  menus  of  a   lor>  piece of string, one end of which wc-  fastened  to its  kg and  tho other 1  a stout post, the unforiirmte bird w-  confined within a narrow circle, w'ii*  the   competitors   threw   short,   tliic.  sticks at it from a distance of iibv-  twenty yards.  The man who was si"  cessful   in   knocking   the - cock   ov.--  and in securing it. before it could'r  gain its feet, was the winner.  QUEEN OF ACTRESSES  PRAISES PE-RU-NA.  Miss  Julia  Marlowe  "I am glad to write my endorse-  ment of the great remedy, Peruna. i  do so most heartily."���������Julia Marlowe.  Any remedy that benefits digestion  strengthens the nerves.  Tho nervo centers require nutrition.  If the digestion is Impaired, tho nerve  centers become anemic, anil nervous  debility is the result,  An Easy Case  William P. Sheridan,:the "detective  with'the camera eye," was discussing  insurance frauds in New York.  "A very easy case," said Mr. Sheri.  dan, smiling, "grew out of a conversation overheard by a friend of mine  on a train.  "Two elderly business men sat side  by side in front of my friend. Suddenly the first put down his paper,  winked and said:  " 'By the way, how did you make  out- about that fire of yours last Sunday."  ,   "Shut up, you fool!" the other muttered.    'It's next Sunday.'-"  "H*m!" said Mr. Wickwire, "here  is a great story in' this paper. It tip-  pears that n man advertised for a  boy, and the same day his wife presented him with twin sons. It that  docs not show the value of advertising, what does it show?"  "It shows that if he confided his  business affairs to his wife, as a man  ought to, he might have sawd the  expense of the advertisement,"  answered Mrs. Wickwire.  He Wished to Be Reasonable  Motorist���������As it is my fuult that you  were  upset,   1   will   make  good  your  damage at once.   How much do you  want?  Victim���������How  much  does  the  gracious gentleman usually pay?  HE INHERITED  HISJLL-HEALTH  BUT    DODD'S      KIDNEY       PILLS  CURED J. BAILLARGEON'S  RHEUMATISM  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. ���������  Dear Sirs,���������Your MINARD'S LINIMENT is our remedy for' sore throat,  colds and all ordinary ailments.  It never fails to cure and relieve  promptly.  CHARLES WHOOTEN.  Port Mulgrnve.  Fainting . Also   Alarmed    Her ��������� New  Strength and Energy Are Restored  by DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  Pain is often a blessing in disguise.  For when you suffer you get in earn-,  est about a cure.  Many who ure in a really serious  condition from nervous exhaustion do  not realize;they are in danger because  they have no pain.    ,  They are weak nnd easily fatigued,  their digestive system lacks the necessary vigor to digest food, appetite is  poor and interest in life seems to  wane. Some even have dizzy spells  and fainting spells, as had the writer  of this letter, before realizing the danger they are in.  To such heart failure or some form  of paralysis is liable to come at any  moment.  Why not take definite action to-day  so that restoration may begin at onco.  You can get Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  at almost any store where medicine is  sold and" can ��������� be sure that everyr dose  brings you so much nearer to health  and vigor.  Mrs. Edwin Martin, Ayer's , Cliff,  Que., writes: "Before I began using  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, I.was,in a  terrible condition, dizzy spells would  come over me and-1 would fall to the.  floor. I could-not so much ns sweep  the floor without fainting.- My nervous system was all run down.     ' ���������  "Doctors failed to help me so< I'  turned to, Dr. Chase's Nerve-Food.*, I  soon felt that it was a God-send to;me  because I could feel, that it was ^restoring my system. I can now wash  and do the housework without difficulty and give all the credit 'for the  cure to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food."..  The genuine Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food bears portrait and signature of  A. "W. Chase, M.D., the famous "Receipt Book author, !*0 cts. a box.���������all'  dealers or. Edrnanson, Bates & Co., -  Toronto. Write for tree copy of 'Dr.  Chase's Recipes.   - ','.';  Further proof that no case of Kidney Disease can stand before the  old  reliable  Kidney   Remedy.  Monte Bello, Labelle Co., Que,  (Special).���������That a man may be cured  even of inherited ill-health if he keeps  his blood pure and his body toned  up by using Dodd's Kidney Pills is  the experience of John Baillargeon,  of this place.  "I inherited poor health from my  parents," Mr. Baillargeon says, "1  was bothered with Rheumatism, Lumbago and Gravel. 1 was always tired  and nervous. In fact I was a total  wreck. I tried all kinds of medicines  but I got no relief till I tried Dodd's  Kidney Pills. The did nae good and  no mistake. I took fifteen .boxes in  all but I am cured.  "My wife" also has taken Dodd's  Kidney Pills and received great benefit from them."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys. Cured Kidneys strain all impurities, all that disease feeds on, out  of the blood. That is why they always cure Rheumatism, Lumbago,  Dropsy and Heart Disease.  The annual wages bill in the cotton  factories of the old country amounts  to over 25'^ millions sterling, and accounts for well over half'the increased  value given to the materials in process of manufacture.  The Oil of the People.���������Many oils  have come arid gone, but Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil continues to  maintain its position and increase its  sphere of usefulness each year. Its  sterling qualities have brought it to  the front and kept it there, and it can  truly be called the oil of the people. |  Thousands have benefited by it and '  would use no other preparation.  Truth might be a lot more popular  if it couldn't get people into so much  trouble.  Ask for  Minard's and take  no other.  He���������"I wonder if that chair is big  enough   for  two."  She���������"Oh, yes.   I know it is."  YOU   would   soon  get rid  of~a  servant who did only half the  work in double the time of a capable  one.    Then why  continue  using- a.  'flour that gives half thc nourishment  and doublethe work to digest?  Ogilvic's  otisehold  A man can get blamed just as hard  for trying to do good and failing as  for trying to do bad and succeeding.  ****************  #  BABY    CRIED  CONTINUALLY  Where the Resemblance Fails.  Tommy���������You treat your doll jes' as  if you was her real mamma, don't  you?  Kitty (seriously offended)���������Indeed, I  don't! I never spank her a bit!��������� Chi-  cngo Tribune.  To Fit the Crime.  "They used to hang a man In England for stealing a pig."  "Well, It will be grand larceny In  this country before long If prices keep  going up."���������New York Journal.  Gladstone's Magnetism.  The magnetism with which Mr  Gladstone always seemed to invest hi-  words is illustrated by the followiii"  curious little story. At Hawarden th-  conversation once turned to walnut."  and Mr. Gladstone, in a pause, said  in thrilling tones, "I have not eaten  *a walnut since I was a boy of sixteen"; and then added, in a cadence  of melancholy dignity, "nor, indeed.  a nut of any kind." "The auditor  who told me the story," says Mr.  Benson, "said that the remark was  received like an oracle, and that he  had for the moment the impression  that he had been the recipient of a  singular and momentous confidence,  such was the magnetic force of the  speaker. The effect, I used to think,  was augmented by the' forcible burr  with which the letter "r" was pronounced, which gave a curious richness to the whole intonation."  Changed.  "Since ber husband has made a fortune she doesn't seem to be the same  woman she was."  "I know It. She always says 'has  gotten* now."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  A Precious Thing.  Outside a gently rosy sheen  More beauteous  than the glow sereno  Which makes the orient pearl a thine  Fit for the favorite of a king.  And Just within the colors play  Softly and swiftly as the ray  Which wakes the Are with sudden etart  That dwells within the ci<al's heart.  And. further still, a ruby great  ' Glows In Its lone but radiant state.  For explanation do you beg?  The simple answer Is���������an egg.  A   Well-Guarded   Bank.  The Bank of England is considered  to have one of the most nearly impregnable vaults of any bank in the  world. It is sixty-six feet below the  level ot the street. Above it is twenty-  feet of concrete, holding seven feet  of water, and below the same concrete  . Mrs. Eugene Gagnon, L'Islet  Station, Que., says:���������" I believe  Baby's Own Tablets the best  medicine in the world for little  ones. I have given them'tomy  baby for colic, constipation and  sometimes for breaking up a  fever, and I have never known  them to fail in giving prompt  relief. Before I began the use  of the Tablets my baby was  very thin and cried continually.  Since then she has grown splendidly and is plump and healthy.  I also gave the Tablets to my  four years old child who suffer,  ed frequently from convulsions  and they. made a permanent  cure. When I have Baby's Own  Tablets in the house I feel safe,  and I advise other mothers also  to keep them on hand." Sold  by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Out.  Worms in children, if they be not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from these distressing afflictions.  Bread "will keep moist much longer  if kept in a crock, wrapped in several  thicknesses of cloth, than if .kept in a  tin box.      ���������  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  Gent (engaging new chauffeur)���������  And have you any reference from your  last employer?  Applicant .for situation���������No; but I  can get some in about a-month.  Gent���������Why the  delay?  ..Applicant���������He's in tne hospital.  As   a   Man   Would  Serve  Mock Grapefruit���������One large lemon.  One pint vinegar. Teaspoonful salt.  Mix salt and , vinegar; pour over  lemon and serve.  Fried ham and eggs���������Slice some  ham.   Peel some eggs.   Fry.  is made from selected spring wheat���������  a wheat that is rich in nutriment. It  is the whitest and finest flour made ;  it makes fuUy one-third more bread  to the pound than any soft wheat  flour and is more dependable in every  respect. ���������*>_.  Ogiivie Floor Mills Co., Limited.  New Lodger (sarcastically)���������Is this  all the soap there is in tlie room?  Landlady (decidedly)���������Yes, sir. All  I will allow you.  New Lodger���������Well, I'll take two  more rooms. I've got to wash my  face in tlie morning.  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  *****************  And lots of men have pretty necks  and shoulders���������but what's the use.  MAINTAIN SKIN  PURITY  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,  assisted when necessary by Cuticura  Ointment, not only preserves, purifies and beautifies   the   skin,   scalp,  children  barrier and depth  of  water.  In  this   hair  and  hands  of  infants    .���������.  manner tunneling becomes impossible J and adults, but tends to prevent clog-  while  with   the soldier guard  posted   ging of the pores, the common cause  every night the conservative Br-.ton  has reason to balieve iu the securitv  of his "Old Lady of Threadncedl-*  Street.**  BRONCHITIS  If Negltctd, it loaa reacltt th Lingi  sod ������uy Prrre Fatal.  Mi-.G.L.Cvrowol ll6Mil1ie������ntSl.,  Toronto, wiitei under d"������te of Saptamber  13,1903, " Oneyaai ago this tpringl contracted a tevere cold in the chesl, which  developed into Branch***!. I took three  Linda of medicine and found no improvement. A friand of mine advuod m������ to tiy  PSYCHINE and in three dayi I felt like a  new man again. I deiire to let others It now  what a valuable cure you have in PSY-  CHINEforitcuredmewheteallolhetmed-  icineahadfailed, I am morethanthankful lo  be well again, and for the fake of others who  may bo ill.you may publish lhi������ testimonial."  Stop that cold or the result* will be  serious.   You can do this by toning up the  system with PSYCHINE.  Far Sab br all Drigsi-ti, 53c Jc $1 p������r botlla  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  Got Them  "Katie, what in the world is the  baby crying so about?"  "The master's shirt studs, ma'am."  "Why don't you let the little dear  have them, then?"  "I did, ma'am, and he's swallowed  'em!"���������-Yonkers Statesman.  of pimples, blackheads, inflammation,  irritation, redness, roughness and  other, annoying and unsightly conditions. In the speedy and economical  treatment of torturing, disfiguring  eczemas, rashes and eruptions of the  skin and scalp, these pure, sweet and  gentle emollients are invaluable.  Too Much to Believe  "I should like to be excused, your  honor," said a. man who had been  summoned on a jury.  "What for?"  "I owe a man $5, and I want to  hunt him up and pay it."  "Do you mean to tell this court you  would hunt up a man to pay a bill  instead of waiting for him to hunt  you up?"  "Yes, your honor."  "You are excused. I don't want  any one on the jury who will lie like  that."  Wfar^S^%^"���������311  m^W^M,  (mms&mii  WmK  w$L  '.WsW  WsP^WIW^������^ S  Women's disorders alwaya yield  ��������� from the vary beginning; of the  treatment to the mild, but effective, action of Orange Lily. Within  two or threo days after commencing  Its use the improvement becomes  noticeable, and this improvement  continues until the patient Is completely cured. Orange Lily Is an  applied or local treatment, and acts  directly on the womanly oreans, removing the congestion, toiilnr and  strengthening; the nerves, and restoring perfeot olrculatlon In. the  diseased parts.' In order to convince all suffering women of the value of thla  remedy, I will aend a 35-cent box, enough foi ten: days' treatment, abapluttly VRBH  to each lady sanding me her address  MRS  FRANCES E. CUR RAH, Windsor, Ont. I  WOMEN CURED AT HOiE  Exception to the Rule  Poet���������Have you  noticed that long  hnir makes a man look intellectual?  Hearer���������Yes, unless it is a long hair  that his wife finds on his shoulders.  Then it makes him look foolish.  For a refreshing dinner salad toss  white cherries bits of orange and  banana in French dressing, und  serve on lettuce leaves.  Had Reached the Limit  "Father says you can't come to see  Edna any more," remarked the small  boy to his big sister's admirer.  "W-why not?" stammered the  young man in surprise.  "Because," explained the youngster, "he snys you come every night  in the week now, and it would be impossible to come any more.   See?"  Linen stained by ink should be immediately dipped in buttermilk. Repeat this .until tlie stain disappears.  They Soothe Excited Nerves.*���������Nervous affections are usually attributable  to defective digestion, as the stomach  dominutes the nerve centres. A  course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will still all disturbances of this character, and by restoring the stomach  ro normal action relieve the nerves  from irritation. There is no sedative  like them and in the correction of irregularities of the digestive processes,  no preparation has done so effective  work, as can be testified to by thousands.    .  He Knew  Wife���������I .wonder why there are no  marriages in heaven?  Husband���������Because it is heaven, of  course!  Looking Ahead  Josephine, aged ten, has a decided  i lisp.   She is also very fond of attend-.  I ing the matinee.   The other day, says  ; The Woman's Companion,   she   was  (jiving.a spirited story of the play to i  Marion, who was aged nine. i  l    "My mamma says it isn't good for  ! little girls to go the the theatre," said j  I Marion, with an air of self-righteous-  i ncBB.   "I'm not ever   goin'   till   I'm  I eighteen."  "Humph!" retorted Josephine with-  out'iiny hesitation, "th'sposc you die  when you are theventeen, then you'll  be thtung."���������Los  Angeles Times,  To soften the old paint brushes you  used last year put them in a can of  coal oil, When soft they can be  wushed in warm suck.  Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out  Though the NA-DRU-CO line of Medicinal and Toilet Preparations have been on sale  for a few mouths only, don't think for minute that iu buying NA-DRU-CO goods you are  experimenting with new or untried preparations.  wilt!  ,jy'':> i$- w! ���������*"'!���������?���������*' * A?iii'i#i:; :Vtf  msmsmmfif  THfltf  W. N. U., No. 793.  Their Origin  The twenty-one wholesale drug finm now united  in the "National" had all of them' len'gthy careers, '  some for fifty to one hundred years, prior to the union.  Each firm had acquind or developed a number.of  valuable lormulie fur medicinal and toilet preparations,  all ol which became thc property of the "National".  Since tlie union our expert chemists have carefully  gone over these formula* and selected the best for the  NA-DRU-CO line. Every formula hat been carefully  utudied* by these, experts, improved if possible, ana  There are therefore no experiments among  NA-DRU-CO preparations. We have invested altogether too much time, work and money in the  NA-DRU-CO line to take any chances of discrediting it  ���������with preparations that might "not prove satisfactory.  We make abiolutely certain that em h preparation is  satisfactory before we endorse it with the NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark.  '���������" , ���������,  Ask your physician or your druggist ahout the  firm behind NA-DRU-CO preparations and.about the  NA-DRU-CO line.    They can tell you, 'for we will  ..       .,   -     .1    . -.   .        .-    .        , -,        V���������t ���������_ 'furnish them, on request, a full list of the ingredients  then, thoroughly tested again, >n actual use, before . NA n{,,, rci __������.'���������, ���������������������������-���������"������������������  we consider it good enough to bear the NA-DRU-CO >" *������y "A-DRU-CO article.  Trade Mark.  .An Example  A good example of what we mean is NA-DRU-CO  Nervoiono for Brain Fag or nervous'��������� break-down.  The formula was pronounced the most scientific combination of nerve medicines, but this was enough for  us; we had it tried out with a dozen different kind of  Brain -workers ~ School Teachers, Lawyera, Book-  ke������per3���������as -well as Society leaders and home workers,  and everywhere the result was so good that we adopted  it an one of the best of the NA-DRU-CO liue.  "Money Back"  If by any chance you should not be entirely  satisfied with any NA-DRU-CO article you try, return  the unused portion to thi druggist from whom you  bought it and he will'refund your money���������willingly,  too, because we return to him every ceut he gives  back to you.  If your druggist should not have the particular  NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock he can get  it for you withiu two days from our ueurcst wholesale  branch.      v  Some NA-DRU-CO Preparation* You'll Find Most Satisfactory.  Camphor Io*  Creaielc:: Tolltt Cream  Talcum Powder-  Tooth Past*  Tooth Powd.r  Babr't Tablet!  Carbolic Salve  Caieara Laxatives (Tabled)  Cod Llvar Oil Compound,  Taitelow USliei)  Dyipapila Tablet!  Headache Wafers  Herb Tablet!  Nervoiono  Pile Ointment  Rheumatiun Cure  Sugnr of Milk  Stainleii Iodine Ointment  Toothache Gum  While Liniment  CHI* COS PRODUCTS OCAR THI*  THA0C MAIIK  National Drug and Chemical  Company of Canada, Limited  Wholeiikla Branches at)  HALIFAX,     ST. JOHN,      MONTREAL,     OTTAWA.  KINGSTON, TORONTO.  HAMILTON. LONDON,  WINNIPEG.  REGIMA, CALGARY,  NELSON,  VANCOUVER.     VICTORIA.  ac  ALWAYS tOOK FO" THI*  1A.AOC MARK  ���������Il  4  yii  m  ii  ''if  m  mi  A  i  i  i  ;   L 4\.Lf~X."\ktt~������,������".,*   .������'., 11","';' ���������''v-'������'k'vi'-������i'������'i>v...i������i7~i-J./,.R.,,iD-|..-.v ,*>-.r  . i  "i i**-:** f1 wH  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  TUNNEL OR BRIDGE?  Apply Zam-Buk to all,  wounds and" sores and .you  j' will be surprised how quickly'  it- stops the smarting;  and  \brm_s ease,   It covers  the  wound with a layer of protective balm, kills all poison'  germs already in the wound, and  prevents others en'ering.   Its rich  - healing herbal essences then bu'ld.  tip from the bottom, fresh tluuej  nnd in a wonderful'y short time  * the wound fa healed 1  - Zam Buk'i popularity is based on merit.  >' Imitallona net i r work cures.' Bo sure and  get the real thing-.   "Za'ro-Buk" Is ] rlnted  en eiery packet ol the genuine.   Reluso  .all other*, 50c all drting-lsts sod Itorui or  '.Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  IliiMl  /��������������� Poor Chapl  A man who used to conduct a funny  column on a Boston newspaper says  it's _*" hard/game. _- "Being funny in  Boston," he.says,-"' "is "like making  faces in church���������you don't gain much  by it and you offend a' lot of good  people.'.'���������New York" Evening Mail.  Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness and its power of endurance���������  the cheerful man will do more in the  same time, will do-it betteiy.will persevere in it longer, than- the sad and  sullen. Wondrous-is-the strength of  cheerfulness;' altogether past calculation its powers of endurance. Efforts; to .be permanently useful, must  be uniformly joyous���������a spirit all sunshine, graceful from very gladness,  beautiful because bright.  A minister, having given    out   his  "notices,"  was  about    to    read    his  hymn, when he was reminded of one  he had forgotten.   Stopping, he made  "us announcement,    apologizing    for  Is forgetfulness.   Then, much to the  lusement of his audience, he began  line out - the   hymn    as   follows:  Lord,- what a thoughtless wretch am  -Judge.  "May," said a certain little girl's  imma, "there were two pieces of  ke"in the pantry, and now there is  Sly-one. Plow did it happen?"  ^Vell," said the child, her eyes -wide  ben with excitement, "it was so dark  p there I didn't see the other piece."  -.- , *   ,    _j ^ < c  j������ Any - -.brickwork k .rinsed. =.off_ with  nmonia*and,water and then careful-  dried will'be wonderfully' bright-  pedtby'the process.  And Cose at Home  jf'Have you noticed, my friend, how  Tany. fools there on this earth?"  "Yes, and there's always one more  than you-think.''  Sir Robert. Perks Thinks the Former  Would Be Better at Quebec.  The question as to whether the ill-  fated Quebec bridge should be replaced by a tunnel instead of ,by another  iverhead structure was j discussed by.  Sir Robert Perks, Bart., in an interview with The Standard,  In view of the tact that tenders will  be called early in May for the construction ' of a bridge the plans'-of  which have been strongly condemned  by The Scientific "American, the question is one of great public importance.  There are few men more competent  than Sir Robert Perks to pronounce  on the relative merits of bridge versus  tunnel, for the firm of which he is the  head has carried out'some of the-  greatest engineering works of modern  times', including the Manchester Ship  Canal and the famous Severn Tunnel.*  His firm also prepared the plans for  the now defunct scheme of building  the Channel Tunnel between England  and France, which scheme was killed  by the War 'Office; while the firm is  now completing the , first tunnel  through the Andes, to connect Argentina and Chile by railway.  "The proposal to construct a tunnel  instead of the proposed Quebec bridge  is a perfectly feasible one," said Sir  Robert recently, "and undoubtedly  in the long run a tunnel would'prove  far more satisfactory. The St. Lawrence River at that point is no wider  than the Severn River at the point  where we constructed the Severn Tunnel., That tunnel connecting England  with South Wales, under ,what is really, the Bristol Channel,-is, with-its  approaches, about eight miles long,  and took four year's to build.  "I take it that a tunnel and approaches for the St. Lawrence River  would have to be about the same  length. One of the great difficultie.-  to be encountered, however, in replacing the bridge by a tunnel, is' the fact  that the railways which would make  use of it have all been built on the  high level, and the "jades would have  to be changed for tremendous distances.  "As to the question of cost, the  bridge would cost, I should say, $12,-  500,000, and you can safely put the  cost of a tunnel at three times the  cost of a-bridge. -The Severn,Tunnel  cost $25,000,000."  "How does the cost of maintenance  compare?" Sir Robert was asked.  "The maintenance of a tunnel is  very much less than**the maintenance  of a bridge," he replied. "With a  bridge there is a very large annual  sum to be spent for maintenance, and  then*" you have to consider that a  bridge shows continual deterioration.  Witli a tunnel, these conditions apply  to a much more modified extent, so  that in the long run a tunnel is cheaper and more satisfactory than an enormous bridge of this kind. Another  consideration is that while a bridge  may possibly prove too low for the  huge ships of the future to pass under, a tunnel offers no possibility of  interfering  with  river  traffic."  Asked how deep the tunnel would  have to be below the bod of the river,  Sir Robert replied that twenty feet  would be ample.    *  , SOWING FLOWER SEEDS.  Get the Best and the Freshest���������Firming the Soil.  To secure a good stand the first  requisite is first class seed. Flower  seeds are generally smaller and more  delicate than farm seeds, and the purchase of poor grades at bargain rales  is usually a waste of time and money.  Plant only strong, fresh-seed. Usually  tlie highest priced,ls the cheapest.  The next .step Is the preparation of  the  seed   bed.    See   that  the soil   is  thoroughly mellowed.   The first stage  in  germination   Is  the absorption   of  water.    The rate of absorption is de-'  - termined* by the number of points' of  contacr between the seed coat and the  soil particles.    Finning the soil multiplies  the number of points of contact; hence the,wisdom of one famous  authority's rule to put your( foot on  everything you  sow.    If the soil   is  'wet this firming Is inadvisable, but If  dry it 'is quite necessary,  The depth of the covering Is governed largely by the size of the seed.  Generally seeds may be covered to a  depth equal In thickness.to the length  of Ihe seed. Very small seeds should  not be covered at all, the better plan  being to shade them for a few days  with papers to hasten germination.  Each class of seeds has its own  germlnative temperature requirement.  Some, like the sweet pea, sprout when  the frost Is hardly out of the ground,  whereas other kinds require a good  warm soil, and the seed will rot If  planted too soon. The habitat of the  plant will usually give one a clew in  this regard. Plants from cool regions  or high altitudes usually start early,  and those from warmer regions should  not be planted until later.  As-the seeds beglu to sprout it Is  well to go over the surface of the bed  with a rake nnd brenk tbe crust for  the purpose of assisting the young  plnntlet In getting through.  Competition should be eliminated by  keeping jhe weeds down and by, thinning out. Overcrowding means weak,  spindly plants. Give plenty of room  and sunlight if you want your plants  to thrive.  "Ah  ' Stooping���������reaching���������lifting���������in work or play.  The famous "sliding cords" respond instantly.  More '.'PRESIDENT'/ suspenders are sold than  all other kinds combined.- Light, medium' am}  heavy weights. All dealers, 60 cents.  Look for the genuine���������7  "PRESIDENT" on every buckle.  How to Appear'Tall  Dull materials make you look smaller.    Shiny-materials that reflect the  light make you taller.    For that reason choose satin wherever possible.  Never wear large ornaments.  *- Don't carry a big hook "of a big bag  or a big poodle.  CURED,HIS LAME BACK  West Fort William, Nov. 7, 1908.���������  "I have been troubled with a Lame  Back for the past twenty years and  have used plasters and ointments  without effect* At last I tried Gin  Pills, which proved just tlie thing,  and I would highly recommend them  to anyone who has a Strained or  Lame Back."  ,.     '     H.'  HARKNESS.  Gin Pills act directly on the Kidneys, relieve the pain, neutralize Uric  Acid, which is generally formed when  there is Kidney Trouble.  Try Gin Pills Yourself before buying the regular 50 cent boxes. Write  National Drug & Chemical Co.,  (Dept. N. U.), Toronto, for free  sample.  - Power of the Press    *  _ We clip the following for the benefit of those who doubt 'the power of  the press:  "Owing to the overcrowded condition of our columns, a number of  births and deaths are unavoidably  postponed this week."  No Insult  He���������I never look,at you without  thinking of a menagerie.  She���������Sir!  He���������Yes; your dear face and taper  fingers, you know.  Mrs. Aristocrat���������"Did you hear  what'Mrs. Novoau Riclie said to me  at thc concert this evening?"  Mrs. Wellborn���������"No, my dear; do  tell me all about it."  Mrs. Aristocrat���������"Well, she informed me that she had decided to have a  nou de plume in her hat."  Seeded raisins cut into pieces,  broken nut meats and a small part of  celery in thin bits makes up a delicious salad.  SUCCESS WITH SWEET PEAS.  -Let None Go  Soonor or Later.  Moat southerners are gallant An  exception le thi* Georgian who gave  his eon this advice:  "My boy. never run after a woman  or a street car. There, will be another  one'along In a minute or two."���������Every,  body's Magazine.  /  His Beit White Waistcoat.  Be put green Ink In Ills fountain pen,  And now tie's the maddeat man In to-f*m<  He icrewed the pen r Off ether, and then���������  .  Put It ln hie pocket upside down.  -Chicago Tribune.  f  !_a__Es___sr__  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  IS THE BEST IN THE WEST.  'TIS MADE ESPECIALLY  FOR THE HARD WATER OF THIS COUNTRY:  EQUALLY GOOD IN SOFT WATER.  SAVETHEXOUPONSI _.   THE PREMIUMS ARE FINEI-  'Ring No. 517.  Real Solid Go id  Shell        Signet'  Ring with plain A  space for .110110-  .small boy3  -rrMi     ti-<-<-   tor  75 wrappers.  Mouth Organ.  Mouth .Organ -������, a  delight   to   all Kmeraldlfuby"  Turquoise,  50  Free for 50 wrappers.  Ring No. 509.  Plain jviiI  Wedding Ring.  Hand Huni-isti-  ed; fret I- r 12f>  wrapper*.  Plant Them In a Ditch  to Seed. ���������  To have the best success with this  plant one must bear in mind the fact  that it Is a cool season crop. The pea  produces its best crop before the hot,  dry weather of summer comes on.  The seed should be sown in the fall  or early In the spring. It is a good  plan to sow the seed In the bottom of  a trench four or five Inches deep,  cover with one inch of soil and gradually fill In Inter as the plants get  large. The pea delights In a deep,  rich, retentive, though well drained  soil. The'first sowing mny be mado on  the south slope, followed by successive  plantings. The bloom period may be  extended by making the last sowing ou  a north slope or iu some location where  the pea will receive partial shade  The pea requires an abundant supply  of water. If the season turns off dry  ihe plants should'be watered copiously, using the seed trench as an Irrigation ditch.  As soon ns the plants reach a height  of six Indies a support or trellis of  some kind should be provided. Probably the most convenient material for  this purpose is poultry nettlug. The  netting can be had in any desired  width and can bo stored through the  winter and used from year to year.  Never allow any seed pods to mature. The more flowers you cut the  more you will have.  There are numerous varieties of the  sweet pea and ample room for choice  as to colors desired and also as to  dwarf or tall flowering sorts.  ECZEMA IS CAUSED  BY IMPURE BLOOD  It is Banished by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills Because They  Mahe Good Blood.  Ask any doctor and he will tell you  that eczema i.s caused by impurities  in the blood; that nothing can cure  it. that does not reach the blood-  that outward applications are worthless. That is the reason why Dr.  Williams Pink Pills have always  proved so successful���������they act on the  blood,    and  in  acting on  the  blood  HOW'S THIS?    ���������  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catnrrh'CuTe.  ���������P. J. CHliNEY & CO., Toledo, O.  We, the. undersigned, have known  F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honorable in all  business transactions and financially  able to carry out any obligations  made by his firm.  WALDiNG,  KINNAN & MARVIN,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure i.s taken internally, acting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system.  Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents  per bottle..-Sold by all Druggists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for consti.,  pation.  CONNORS' CANADIAN SCHEME.  Buffalo Man Once Became Very Interested  In the Dominion.  William J. Connors, cf Buffalo, bet.  ter known as "Fingy" Connors, has  of recent years broken into the American magazines against his will, Since  he became boss of the New York State  Democracy,    the    muck-rakers   have  been   after    him   in   full   cry.    His  parents were Canadian Irish, but he  was born in western New York State  fifty-three years  ago.    He  has  risen  from the position of dock laborer and  keeper of a tough liquor dive, to the  control' of the grain-shovelling  business  of the  American  ports on  the  great  lakes,  and  is a power in the  Democratic party.      Even  the great  William Randolph Hearst had to form  an  alliance  with   "Fingy"- when  he  sought the Democratic nomination for  governor of the state.      He controls  two journals in Buffalo of a more or  less yellow character, The Courier and  The Enquirer.   Some  ten years' ago  Connors developed a temporary affection for Canada, the country of his  parents.   It was at a time-when he  was at war with the longshoremen of  Buffalo and seeing himself beaten, he  threatened to ruin Buffalo as a cen-.  tre of grain  transhipment  by establishing vast elevators at Montreal and  Port Colborne, the southerly entrance  of the Welland Canal.   Hon. Richard  Harcourt acted as his Canadian representative and the proposal went so far  'that when a party of Fenians tried to  blow up the  Welland Canal, it was  generally believed for a few days that  the conspiracy was the work of Buffalo   grain-scooper.*,   grown desperate  at the* thought that Conners was going   to    permanently   destroy    their  means of livelihood. Shortly afterward  a  settlement    was, reached   between  Connors arid the "Scoopers," and he  immediately laid down on the Canadian proposal.   Whether it was a bluff  from the start, it is difficult to say..  As a matter of fact, the proposition  which Connors made respecting this  elevator building was most unbalanced, and had he carried it out "Fingy"  would have gone broke.  "THE DEAO HAS GOME TO LIFE  A "FflUIT-fl-TIVES" MIRACLE  ;.        ,. - "o,. 1,u I  MRS. JAMES FENWICK  ���������Enterprise, Ont.; October ist,-rQo8.  "I suffered tortures for seven long ,'  vear9 from   a  Water Tumor.    I was   -  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve the awful pains, arid I wanted to k  die to get relief.   The doctors gave tne'''  up and ������ny friends hourly expected my  dea'h.   Then  I was induced to  take  "Fruit-a-tives'* and this wonderful fruit  medicine   has  completely  cured  me."'  When I appeared on the street again  my  friends exclaimed  'The dtad has  come to life.'  -The cure was a positive-  miracle."     MRS. JAMES FENWICK.    *  50c a box-6for $2.50���������or-trial box,"  25c At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited. Ottawa.  Lost Forever _ '  Bertie���������Dora has lost a good friend  in Jack.  Beitha���������Why. have they quarreled?  tBertie���������No; they're married!  Countless have been the cures  worked by Hnlloway's Corn Cure. It  has a power of its own not found in  other  preparations.  "Oh, well, beauty passes, you  know."  "Yes; a pity you didn't stop it on  its way, isn't it?"  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  Beyond  Doubt  Diner���������Is this really wild duck?  Waiter���������Yes", sir, indeed.   Why, we  pies, relieve the irritation and itch  ing and give perfect health. They  have cured thousands of cases where  poor blood has resulted in disease.  Among those they, have cured is Mrs.  James Wilkins, Aylmer, Ont., who  says: ."I suffered a good deal with  eczema and did not get anything to  help me until I took Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These freed my blood of  all impurities and gave me speedy relief. I am,-therefore, naturally very  enthusiastic in praise of these pills."  A medicine that can make rich, red  blood will cure anaemia, rheumatism, eczema, neuralgia, indigestion,  heart palpitation, the ills of girlhood  and of womanhood and a host of  other troubles���������simply because these  troubles are the result of bad blood-  that is why they always cure -the  above troubles and bring the glow of  health to pale cheeks. Sold by all  medicine dealers or direct at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50, from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville. Ont.  Jack���������Why the dickens are you letting your beard grow. Torn?  Tom���������I don' want my friends to  mistake me for my wife.  In the trentment of summer complaints the mo=-t effective remedy that  can be 'used is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It is a standard  preparation, and-many people employ  it in preference to other preparations.  It is a highly concentrated medicine  and its sedative and curative qualities  are beyond question. It has been a  popular medicine for many years and  thousands can attest its superior  qualities in overcoming dysentery and  kindred complaints.  Kirn? No. 511  Real Solid Gok:  Shell Ring. Tif-  fany Mouutnig,  containing large  Brilli-int, free  {or 1.5t wrappers  THE PANSY BED.  It Should Be Shaded From the Noonday Sun���������Rich Soil  Needed.  The .essential conditions for success  with thc pansy aro a cool, half shaded  place and a rich, friable soil. Tbe  pansy Is a cool loving plant and does  best where shaded from the noonday  sun.  If the seed pods are kept cut away  the plants may be carried through the  summer and a good crop of flowers secured again ln the fall.  To secure early flowers the seed  should be sown in a cold frame or  window box ln November, or they  may be started In September and  transplanted to the permanent bed In  time to reroot before winter. At the  approach of winter the bed should be  mulched with straw or pine ueedles to  protect the plants from heaving nnd  thawing.  The pansy has been greatly Improved In recent years, and some of the  present market strains are very fine.  Eliza���������"I doan saw somethin' dis  mornin' runnin' across de kitchen  floor wifout any legs."  Rastus���������"What was dat?"  Eliza���������"Water."  A Pill for All Seasons.���������Winter and  summer, in any latitude, whether in  torrid zone or Arctic temperature,  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills can be  depended upon to do their work. The  dyspeptic will find them a friend always and should carry them with him  everywhere. They are made to withstand any climate and are warranted  to keep their freshness and strength.  They do not grow stale, a quality not  possessed in many pills now on the  market.  Personal  The Pastor���������It is very wrong, indeed, to profit by other people's mistakes.  The Parishioner���������Then you don't  take a fee for marrying people, eh,  parson?���������Browning's Magazine.  Your Druggist Will Tell  You  Murine Eye Remedy relieves Sore  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes 'Eye Pain,  and sells for 50c. Try Murine in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for  Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.       1  Veteran of Many Battles.  The   Hon.  Maurice  Raymond   Gif-  ford, C.M.G., who intends, if possible,  to'come to Canada to participate in  the union of Riel Rebellion veterans  upon  the occasion  of the 21st anniversary  of the   capture   of  Hato->  served as a private in Capt. French's  scouts during the rebellion. Although  called scouts, the little troop raised  at Fort Qu'Appelle by Capt. French'  was really   an   independent   cavalry-  troop, doing very little real scouting-  duty.   The men had to supply their-  own arms, horses and equipment and  were paid five dollars a day.   Young  Gifford and a number or other young  English  gentlemen   were  farming   in  the Qu'Appelle Valley at the time, and  with the adventurous spirit   of  their  kind, they readijy enrolled themselves  for the campaign, Gifford, who is the"  fourth son of Baron Gifford of Amprey  Park, Gloucestershire, had been educated on the training ship Worcester  and had for a short time served as an  officer in,.the mercantile marine.    In  1882 he left the sea and went to Egypt  as galloper for a newspaper correspondent, at the end of the campaign coming to  Canada, going to  the Northwest and taking up land.    Few who  participated in the campaign of 1885  associated   the  private   of   French's  corps with the heroic Gifford of the  Metabele campaign of 1895.  When the  Metabele  campaign of  1896 occurred  he raised two troops of irregular cavalry   which   were   called   "Gifford's  Horse," and with which he performed  distinguished   service.       He   was  at  length severely wounded and had to  have one of his arms amputated  at  the shoulder.   The Boer war, despite-  his maimed condition, drew him out  to South Africa, where he joined the  Kimberley Mounted Corps, serving under Col. Mahon's staff at the relief of  Mafeking.  "And does your mamma always call  you 'Angel'," asked the lady who was  making the formal call. "Oh, no,"'-  replied the sweet child; "only when  we've got cornp'ny. I wish we had  comp'ny always. 'Cause. I like  "angel' so much better than brat!' "  Chicagoan Abroad  Mr. Porker (of Chicago, who made  a fortune from Porker's Red Seal  Lard)���������Say, duke, this trademark of  yours is just cute. Guess your ancestor who invented it was in the  menagerie business.  DR. MORSE'S   .  INDIAN     ROOT    PILLS  are made according to a formula  in use nearly a century ago among *  the Indians,    and.  learned    from   -  them  by Dr.  Morse.    Though .repeated attempts have been made,  by physicians    and    chemists, it .  has been found impossible to im-   -  prove   the   formula   or   the   pills.  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are  a ^household    remedy   throughout   '  the.world for    Constipation - and  all   Kidney   and   Liver    troubles.  They act promptly and effectively  and  CLEANSE THE SYSTEM  Magistrate (to witness)���������"I understand that you heard the quarrel between the defendant and his wife "  Witness���������"Yes, sir.  Magistrate���������"Tell the court, if you  can, what he seemed to be doing."  Witness���������"He   seemed   to   be   doing  the listening."  Pa's Theory  Little Willie���������What is  liberty,  pa?  Pa���������Liberty, my son, h the condition of things that doesn't permit us  to take liberties with others.���������Chicago  News.  Tourist (to' old inhabitant)���������"You  don't mean to say that one can't get  a daily paper here! Why, man, you  can never know what is going on-in  town." Old inhabitant���������"An' what  about that They don't know what is  going on here, neither." ���������  ATTRACTIVE LILY BEDS.  No. 59. "Benclare."  Height h'4 inches;  width 4% inches; dial,  white, 2 inches, fin sli,  Ormulu gold' plate.  "Movement, 1-day t:m3  piese. For 250 wrappers.  Receiver must pay  express charges.  Ladies'   open   face   sterling   silver  watch No. 3. O size; 15 jewels.;���������;Makes  a very handsome   chatelaine   watch.  Free for 1000 wrappers or $4.00 and .  300 wrappers.  No. 629. Childs Bracelet  with Lock and Key, free  for 76 vrappers.  No. 630 Ladies Bracelet, same as above but larger, free for 100 wruppen.  Flo wen Planted In 8hady Place Need  Little Attention.  No garden Is complete without a bed  of lilies of the valley.   These fragrant  flowers should bo planted ln a shady'  place   and    left   there   permanently.!  They need practically no attention aud1  year after year appear on  schedule  time.   Although their flowering period;  lasts only about a week, the bed con-:  talnlng them Is an attractive spot ofj  green   for   many   weeks   during   the;  spring and summer.   If left to them-|  selves they will spread rapidly, and a!  small bed will soon be a bed of gen-!  erous proportions.   For outdoor plant-l  Ing clumps of lilies of the valley are  generally used, the pips being for Indoor forcing principally,   When planted out of doors, however, the pips will  give good satisfaction, for each. one  coutains a flower.  A pure fiult Jelly Powder���������lust the  finest pure Calves Foot Jolly flavored  only by the pure fruit.  Pure Gold Jelly Powders  (Trade Mark Be|iitered)  Offer you "Better Quality" on the table���������less work la tbe kitcata.  Our Book of Iloclpea Hon t Free  Lei ui send you our valuable little book "Tbe ���������   Secret of Delicious Dcsiem." It telle you how       ' "   '      ������������������  to make any number of dainty desserts and delicious salads In very little time and almost no  trouble at all.  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  Toronto  Soa-  Sr.aaalaa on Requeat.  Send ui 10c In stamps to paypack-  Inc and poitaireand let ui tend yen  leneious samples ol our Vanilla  and Lemon Extracts and a imill can  of rMclnr powder. Mention you  own snd dealer's name and address.  Not So Dry as He Thought.  The other day a prominent divine  connected with the Social and Moral  Reform  League, and the Lord's Day  Alliance, and the Methodist Church,  visited  the House of Commons.   He  wished  to  appear in  committee and  make certain objections to proposed.  legislation that was beim*; out forward'  in certain private bills.   He appeared-  in the committee, made his objections,  hut the bills went on their way just  the same.  ."The moral.and spiritual life of the  people," he contended, "would be  killed."  This much he confided to several of  his acquaintances who were loitering  around the lobbies. He asked for their  support, and these obliging Parliamentarians took the reverend divine  to one of the round tables in the green  baized room. The"waiter appeared and  asked for the orders he took down  everything from Scotch and soda to  ginger beer.  "Surely you do not sell liquor here,"  said the preacher.  "Oh, yes, sir," was the response.  "And just to think, I have been  preaching for three years'that you  Liberals had abolished the bar in the  House of Commons. No, thank you,  nothing to-day," he replied.  And meanwhile the reverend divine  discussed the observance of the Lord's  Day while his companions drank  their Scotch.  Cores Sprung Tendon*  Collar and Saddle Galls  23' Manitoba Ave., Winnipeg;.  October llth. IPO*.  " I liava utckl your Spavin Cur* on a Sprung  Tendon with food results anil 1 can recorumeiKl It  for Collar and SaddU Calls." J. II. IlailaU.  Spavin Cure  ra a eleadnf to farmers and stockman.  Intkaiaat  <0 years, Kenuall'i Sjuvln Cure baa literally nv*������  snlliioiia of delUra fur bone oh -lew. *  It la tbe one remedy that can always be depended  upon to absolutely cure Spavin, Ringbone, Curb,  Splint, Sv.el-_ca and Lameness.  .W n blisters, rears or turns tbe hair whit*.  At coed for man as for beast.  ��������� ������������������- ffsep Kendall'a alviara bandy,   tl. a bottle���������  C for OS.   Wben you buy at your dealer's, ol cvpy  ' of our book "A Treatise On The Uorse"���������It's free  ���������or write us .       gj  DI. B. J. KENDaU. CO.. Enosbarg FalU, VL  *��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������(������������������������������������������  I  *  VETERAN SCRIP!  FAR1V! LOANS  We will accept a first' mortgage on improved farm land and  sell you Veteran Scrip in this  way at regular cash' price.  Write to-day for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Go,, Ltd.  Winnipeg.  ��������� ���������'������������������w������)������������>ki>������s>00^a)t)s)������t*.������������������+������������+  Good Enough  Wife���������I suppose if you should meet  some pretty young girl you would  cease to care for me.  Husband���������What nonsense you talk!  What do I core for youth or beauty?  .You'suit me all right.  Don't nttempt to wear a halo until  you got your, wings.  Overworking the  Meter  Mother ��������� Come, William,   quick!  Minnie has tried to kill herself by in.  haling gas!  Father���������Good heavens! Think what  the gas bill will be this month!  A girl's family tries to run her love  affair with -a man and she succeeds  in running his with her.  Scrow Driver No. 77.  ��������� Beaded Cherry Handles.   Good Steel.   Length lOin.   Free for  60 wrappers.   Postage 6c.  A PRErVliuM CATALOGUE IS FREE FOR THE ASKING.  A POST CARD WILL BRING IT.  *��������� ADDRESS:  THE ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, Ltd  WINKIIPPn    fiAl Y9ARV   HD   ������AMr>ft IIWC-D* ?  WINNIPEG, CALGARY OR VANCOUVER.  After a visit to a famous entomologist, whose wonderful microscopes  have proved that there is always  some living being to bo found preying  on the lust of the minutest creatures  last seen, air English writer turned  to him and said:  "I crime''here believing myself to be  an individual. I leave knowing myself to bo a community."  All  Settled  "Has thnt lawsuit between you nnd  your neighbor, boen ���������settled?"  "Yes, and so are the .lawyers."  "How do you moan?"  "Settled on our farmR."  Creamery Education.  The Dominion dairy commissioner,  J. A. Ruddick, has completed arrangements tor carrying on an extensive series of experiments during the  present season, having for its object  the improvement of the creamery industry in Canada. The work will be  in charge of G. H. Barr, chief of the  dairy division, assisted by J. G. Bouchard, creamery expert, and other  members of the dairy staff.  The experiments will be conducted  at a creamery and at the farms ef  some of its patrons, somewhat on l:ie  lines of the experiments in the cooling and treatment of milk conducted  by Mr, Barr during the past two seasons.  The exports of butter have fallen off  during recent years, but there is no  decrease in the quantity manufactured, and it is important that the quality should be of the highest class and  that the creameries should be conducted on economical lines.  To Use  THIS  Dye  Means  Perfect  Results  mmm  I 0NEDYE roRAU.'*UHI''S 0F GOODS.  You don't even havo to know what kind of cloth  your goods are made of. SAME Dye for ALL.  Mistakes are IMPOSSUlLE. Fast and Beautiful  Colors. It cents. Don't fall to try It. Sample Card  and Ilooklet Free.  The Johnson-Richardson Co., Limited, 'Montreal.  THICK,  SWOLLEN^GLANDS  thai make a horse Whaeco'  Soar, hare Tnlck Wind, or  Ihokc-down, can be ra-  aortd���������Ith  ABSORBINE  His Specialty  "Yes," said thc operatic singer "it  is my ambition to reach the high  CV  "How congenial!" laughed the  South Dakota lawyer. "Now,, it is*  my ambition to reach the divorcees."  Poet���������I should like to leave these  ,vorscB for your editors inspection.  What is the usual procedure?  Oflice Boy���������-Dey usually leaves dem  here an' calls in a few days an' gets  them back.  Anyway, the-man in jail   doesn't  have to worry about tho weather.  >r������nr Bunch or Swellinc.  !���������;��������� blister, no halrt  i-oDo, and horse keps rat J  >ork. 18.00 per bottle, do-'  . llvarid. Book3 D tree,  ���������   ABBORBlNE.JK.,fnr    Mankind. II.oO, dellTore.l. Radneea Oaltra, Tamora,  VT������������, Varlento Y������.ln������, Uleara, Hydrewle, y_W  C������l������.     flonk fre������    Unit, only hv  UV. r. I0UB8, P.D.f., la- Tampla St.. tirEaitlaU, Men.  LY-HN8 Mil., ���������eatreal, CaaaClaa aetata.       i .  Uif firalabag- ky Marti*. Bali ��������� Wym Ca., Wlttal'stg;  Dm Hirlaail Drug ������ Ckttalcil Ci��������� Wmlftg t_t Cahjirj-  sjsI Himhiram Bros. Ca. Hi.. VattcMiror.  Brass toil  This is th*  Time to  Organize  Instrument; Drums, Band Music, Etc.  EVERY.TOWN CAN HAVE A BArO  Lowest prices ever quoted.   Fine catalogue*.  over 400 illuatratlo-H, mailed troe.  Wrltoiui  for f-Tiythln-f in Mun'c or Musical IruHrumen's.  WHALEY,   ROYCE 6 CO.. Limited  Toronto, Ont., ������ud Winnipeg, Man.  W. N. U., No. 793,  J*  it  m  ti ���������T'-'-v.;  .   )..  *&$&^fmmm%%:<  .    '   '-    -.-'      ' **-"'(   .*' *' '"��������� * '���������=,'"?'^--'*'^^"-'������-X^^^ -.' -,-,"'  ."-. '   \. y, r^JuJ���������^Mt^i^r^tu^.'^.n  .    I.. '    . .. - "'..,..'      ...I.  f -,   -',  *a*ft������*-  -^  V  'J HE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ^4  )  The  Union  Eholt, B. G.  A  John fi. JWeJvrastet*  Pr������pri6t9r.  nelson, B. 0.  GKO. I'.  WKLl.S, rrupriutur.  First-class in everything*.  Steam heat, electric light  private bath's. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  iji___l������_miaSlla-s*a-ia-la1aailllll������|l  ���������    IHBIII-   II1-    i.k������-n.s,-������~i������in ���������" ������������������"  *-v     __������ >_ _���������. {31 nm. *n-. "3 ^>  &  8g  PHOENIX S{  hotel  to the _������  The nearest   -- ..  Granby mines.   One of the W  largest dining rooms in the }&  city.    The bar  is   replete CXf  with nerve bracers of all J������  kinds, and  tho  most  fra- ^  grant cigars.   Drop up and CV  see me. 72]  A. 0. JOHNSON ������  ������K PKOrRIETOI*.. pg  *<&  Jameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  slo, B,  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Blade by  . 3. & Cftelin $ go.. nelson  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  CO,  II.  Si E_r_  PHOENIX.  Provides pleasant rooms and substantial'meals for Hie public. The  bar is replete with beverages that  olease and satisfy any kind of  thirst, CHAKLR*. HAGAK.  ,1  PHOENIX.  This hotel has plenty of pleasant  rooms and a dining room that is up  to date. The bar is well supplied  with cigars, wines, beerand liquors.  SUMMERS & MIRKOVICH.  Puoriui-TORS.  ote  Gfeen-cHOod, S. C.  The oldest hotel in the city, and still  under the same miinafl-urnciit. Rooms  comfortable, nrealB equal to any in the  city, and the bar spppliea only the best  Corner of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J, W. Heison  THE  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Is the place for Peep-o'-Day Cock.-  tails    and   Evening    Night-Caps.-  Buttermilk  a specialty during the  warm season.  Dempsey, & Rippeto.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  TUK   KOOTEN'AV    S.H.O0S  Sandon, B. C., has a Hue of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits meuti.  TltKMO.VT    HOUSE  Nelson, 15 C, is run on the Am-  eric-in and European plan. There  is notliiii--- yellow about tho house  except the goid in the safe.  Muloiie it Tri-<riIIim.  SKffJIAKKK-r   IlOI'Iil,  Is the home for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  Henry Sti-go. I'roii  With a view to the better preservation of the Public Highways  the attention of tlie public is herewith directed to the urovisions of  THK HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT AMENDMENT  ACT which enacts as'follows:-  " rt shall be unlawful for any  person to cause to be drawn or  driven on any of the public high-  woys of that portion of the Province of British Columbia situate  east of the (Jaseade range of  Mountains, any wagon or other  vehicle carrying a load in excess  of that mentioned in Schedule  ' A ' hereunto annexed  SCHEDULE A  Wagons and -I wheeled vehicles  shall not carry a load iu excess of  the following:-  On tires under 3 inches...2000 lbs.  On tires 3 inches  in  width  and  under four inches 3000 lbs.  On tires 'I inches  in   width  and  under five inches 6000 lbs.  On   tires   5   inches   in     width  and over 0000 lbs. and over.  AND NOTICE is hereby given  that tho Act in every respect  must be strictly complied with.  Any person guilty of an offence  ag-iiiisti this Act shall upon summary conviction thereof before a  Justice of the Peac-; be liable to  a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars.  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 the right.  W. G. McMvxx,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, May 10, 1910.  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyou,  Nelson, B. C.  FOR SALE OR RENT  E. W. BISHOP, GREENWOOD.  ������v������__^'!?������-?^s  NOTICE  ImI  TIIK    I'l'OVlNCl*   HOTI3L  Grand Forks, is a large, throe-  E-tni-y inick hotel that provides  the public with -rood meals and  pleasant rooms. A new building-  hut tlic-saint! old rates.  I'mil J.iir-en, l"i'(>j>rii'ti>r,  LAKliVI Kir   UOTISIi  in Nelson, 13. O., emplovs all  white help and is u home for the  world at jU.OO a day.  I". ���������, Gi-illlth, l������riij>i-Ielt>r.  PHOENIX,  The Newest and Largest  Hotel in the City. Everything neat, clean and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and  drinks at all hours.  R. V.  CTIISTroLM, 1-**oi>rii*toi'  DANNY DRANK, Manacku.  THE HOTEL GRANBY  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  r-oinrnercial inslitutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  THE    KASI.O  Kaslo, B.  home for  city.  IIOTKI,  0,,   is a  comfortable  iii  who travel to that  C'uclcli' & I'.-ipwoi-til.  SIIJBRir.'rOOIvK   1IOUSK  Nelson; B C One minute's walk  from C. 1\ ft s'atioii. Cuisine  unexcelled ; Well heated and ventilated.  lioycr ISros., Vroiu-Ietor  CLt'15 II')TKI,, NKI.SON*, IS. O.  His; SuIhai'ii-i- Hpit or ll.-tlf nnd Iliilf. 10c.  Tlio lii'kt ���������lollnr n (l-iy liou-n in tlie (ity -  Tr.ivullor-s will lind till-, u iileiiiiuil Ioipu.  Tlio pioiiii uri' clpim mill (ointurlnlilu and  the ineuH tifty nii'l -mlist-uit ial.  JACK (iHAXT, l������ri>i>ri������-tor  Iii the matter of Chapter 26 of the British Columbia Statutes,'1910, and of thc appraisement and apportionment thereunder  All persons, or their assignees, who did  workorsupplicci material, including goods  or merchandise in connection with the  actual construction of the grade of the  Midway & Vernon Railway, between  Midway and Rock Creek, are requested  to send in a detailed statement of their  claims verified by aflidavit or statutory  declaration to the undersigned.  R. F. GREEN,  Secretary lor Valuators.  P. O. Korc, 312,  VICTORIA, R. C.  In the mutter of tlio "]niiIccci>or.i Act."  To Thomns Oraharn, Esq ,  -.'.VI, West Sk-contl Street,  Salt Luke City.  Take Notice Unit U10 poods and cliattcls mid  lju'rKa-.'o Coin' trunk, lorn- small articles and one  Imx.miirkurt l'l.iiilcSti'ul'.-ijiv held liy me for  iilh Hi) fur Ijiiiird and ludyliiff. will lip ofTorcil I'or  silk bv me to tlie Mi,'lin-.t bidder tlioiefoie ou  tlio iltli day of July ION), ut 11 o'clr.cl- in tlio  urtRinoRii, lit the I.iidyumilh Hotel, Oicenwood,  II.C., or so much tliorouf us will bo suilielenfc to  s.itial'y my claim and co-its.  OLA IiOFSTAD.  Dated at Greenwood, li O.. 28tli of Juno, W10.  Is published every Thursday at. Greenwood, B C , and the price i.s J2 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD B. C , JUNE 30, 1910.  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   has  become   decea-sed,   and  that tho editor   would  once more like, to commune with  your collateral.  If Jim Hill does not move faster  with the V. V. & K, the O. P. R.  will bo over the .Hope ' mountains  and far away, before the wizard of  the Great Northern gets his one  eye open. Don't he a chubber,  Jim ! Come to the front and put  some action into that road of yours  west of Princeton.  Tub  the in  real good  ]������y  that  is founded upon  of  otherd  is  nob  the  STAEKEY & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  WHOLESALE  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  /  Wheat  lakes  5 pound Package for 45c,  r.ir.iiiicsvir,r.i-:  noT���������r..  l<iHc--\illo. H U. I'l-iividos e.wlli-iit  ue- oinmoil-illi'ii for K'linVs nnd ir.ivel-  li,r. I'*iCkh Kirir, and Butler. Spociul  Jn-kh Wlilikry nln-iiys oji li.-iinl.  'I ilO.irAS   WALSH,    I'i-nprlfl.������r.  MISKKAr, AC I'  Certificate of Improvements  SoriCK  rfilvor (Jlniiil friu-ti'iiiiil Miiicrnl Clniin, sltnittii  in tliu (.ir.'-nM-o i.l Mlniui; Oivl-uun of Yule  lJi"l i i.-t.   When- loeii'iil: In SKylitrlcC.-iniji.  TAKK N<> Tier-: Ih it I. John Williiiin ,ViN',n.  I'ri'i-   .MIiht'.i  Cr-i-tilicntc  N'o.  II l'iSVK,  Inloml,  i|k;tvd.iju frum flu1 (I.U������ !���������������-1������������-������F- Id uliplv  to tlio  Aliiiinj;   IIi-ciiid'T  lor n Ccrtilii-.tteof Imiaove-  iniMit-.. for tbe imrtio-o r.f olitiiiiiiii-j a Cruivn  (li-.-uit. tn the aliovc claim.  And further tiike notice, thnt acllon,   miller  ici-t:oii   37,-tmiit    lie  coiniiieiicpd before  toe  I'������iiiiii('p of ^ucli CVrtilii-.itu of rniin-ovenieiiL-i  O.UMI thiHi.-lrd d.iv of April. A. I*. liH".  JOHN* ttll.MAM NJiLSO.V.  Pastry Baked Daily and Always Fresh.  IiV Winnipeg, recently, the police  broke into a newspaper office ana  arrested several printers for playing poker. This is tho first time  in history that a print shop has  been raided for that purpose. If  the prints in 'Peg had stuck to  jt-ffing, instead of tackling the  great American game, they would  have baflled the police and escaped  the horrors of a court experience. ���������  Somt* of the greatest gold mines  in the world are within the flight  of an hour of Greenwood.  WIHCKLT.AXKOUS.  Mint juleps ancl other .summer  drinks-at Windsor.  As an eye-opener, what's the  matter with au an alarm clock'?'  , The K and H cigar has jumped  into prominence - through the excellent flavor of tho tobacco'out of  which it is made.  A giggling girl is apt to become  a.cackling woman.  Smokers in B. O. are acquainted  with the Royal Seal cigar. Is ie  made in Nelson aud.smoked in all  the .mountain towns.  The less she means it the louder  a woman can laugh..  In Phoenix N. J. Carson & Co.  carry a largo stock of gent' fur-  nishiuesi clothing, hats, boots and  shoes. Drop in and  have a rubber.  After failing in business many a  man has made a fortune in politics.  Amateur photographers should  have their work finished by John  H. James, and gain the advantage  of his experience. Cameras examined free of charge.  If you want to earn the ill-will  of a, man show him where he has  made a mistake.  STRAYED.  Strayed in my pasture, One  Strawberry .lioan Pony, branded,  inverted V within circle, on right  hip. Owner can have same by  paying costs. Joseph Johnson,  Bridesville, B. C.        ���������  We don't believe that men look  for second wives as industriously  as they used to.  There are no blanks in a box of  K and H cigars. They all draw  aud omit an aroma that perfumes  the ozone when set on fire. It is  ever a pleasure to follow a man  who is smoking  a K ancl II .  It's easier to express your opinion  than it is to supr-ress the opinion  of others.-  Iu Phoenix, D. J. Matheson has  the agency for twelve of the best  beard Ore insurances in the, world.  The rates are moderate and the indemnity certain in case of loss. It  is a wise man who provides against  loss by fire. Drop a line to D. J.  ���������Matheson if you feel an interest in  fire insurance.  After all, the way we -behave is  the best evidence of what we really  think and are.  The Waterman Ideal Fountain  Pen is a grent favourite with the  public and can be bought from J.  L. Coles.  In trying to get the best of it  every man is apt to be careless of  rights of others.  Picon punches, gin rickeys ami  mint julcpa can be had at the  Wiml.sor hotel in Greenwood.  Men are just as fickle as women,  but they have fewer opportunities  to show off.  Lunch baskets for pic-nics, etc ,  ranging irr price from 50c to $2.50  each, at J. L. Coles'.  -*3t^t/'&''&/t'yfe/'&-'&/'''a/''iy^^  '���������S FROM CRAIG'S IT'S GOOD  SPECIAL THIS   WEEK".  Nabob Tea, per lb.  Nabob Coil'eo   ,;'  4 Bo  45c  Nabob Desert' Jellies   3 for 25c,  McCormick.Soda Bis., box 35o,:  Look out for the- Display of Useful Crockery  -Gents' Furnishings, Boots and*Shoes. -,.;-, '."  STREET  '*<*V^'$*k/'*'/**V*&-"'V''<"i/'<M'^  " Unequalled for Domestic Use."'  G  Dealers in. Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, *  . and Poultry.'- Shops in nearly all the  .towns of Boundary and Kootenay.,  ���������'���������"I  V  ������������������v*ky'"i'^&"*k"'^'-**'k'*i'y^^  - GEEENWOOD  Is situated in the heart of the city and within  stepping distance of all the banks, restaurants,  express, stage, telegraph offices, etc. The building is heated with.hot water and has a radiator  in every room. The bar contains'a large variety  of brewed, viuted and distilled beverages .suit-���������  0 able to the tastes of a cosmopolitan population.  *? Come iu and have something.  I  J..H. GOODEVE : - - PROPRIETOR  f?-k>/lV*k*������^t^!V*^*^^^fsV������i^/^''^  ^JS3Sfflk2a>93S3  This dead should be happy.  They cannot hf*ar anything about  the Jeffries and Johnsou fight.  Take your Repairs to  A D. MORRISON  Grand Forks, the Leading  Teddy Koosevelfc goes to Africa  and kills 13,000 innocent animals,  ancl New York receives him with a  blaze of excitement, noise and firecrackers. Jeffries and Johnson  will pound each other to a red  finale in Nevada, while the crowd  will go wild with enthusiasm over  the grand sport. Great is civilization ! Glorious is the United  States I Hurrah for the bull fight!  Let us go out and kill something,  and become a hero, wrapped in the  profit of destruction, while we are  cheered by the lunatics of a mad  world.  of the Boundary District  nilNKUAt. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  CAEENWO  AND.  NOTICB  Oolil Drop, Moim-siakc. ami CIoM Drop No. S,  Kriti'tlonnl Jlhior.il (Jlaiin.-. nituiiti! in tho  Ori'iui-vii-j-l Mining Division of Vulu District. Wl:ur������ loailutl: On Dry Criiok.  ' TAKE XOTU'K Unit i, Isnne U. Hallett. n������  ������ iilfL'nt fo. ICO 11 l-'rifh. I'ree Mlnar'u Ccrtill-  rule N'o lltei'i: D. A. iMiiitiloiinld, Kri^o Miner's  Ccrtilluiiti! No. ' -I'.')"'.'!. *'.. II. Knlr, Kroc Jlinur's  OriliioiitR No. ISMfil'.i; H K. Stow, Kino Miner's  (lortilic-ito No. IIM',11: II S KiinrnoiM froo  Miner's O rtiliculo Nil. Itol'i.'!(lj tiinlJ. L. Wliile,  i'l-c.-u MiiK-r'H C'urtl/iinilo No. IW'-il intend,  .-tixlv d.-iys from flu: il������t������ lioreof to n|i|jly  io "tlio Mmlii-r Ilcoonlin- for Cui-lilluntM of  Inn nivoiiioiiM. for llm ]iiir|/osi; of obti'luin-,'  CroH-n Oniiilti of tho iiliovit ulnlm.<<.  Aii'l ���������fiii-thci- tnlw notleu thnt nctlon, under  ii'ijtloii .-I".. miisr'��������������� I'oiiliiio-lcoil Ijeforo llioi���������u-  uiice ol tiiioli CVrtilii nil s of Ini|>i-av������iiiunta.  Dated thti lOili tiny of Mny, A. D, 1!M0.  I. II. HALLETT.  CITY  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District.   General Dray-  A recent visitor to- Vancouver  remarked upon the scarcity of factories in that city. Perhaps he  does not know that these will  come when real estate finds its  proper level.  In Colorado, three died from  drinking hair tonic. They were  trying to take a hair oil the dog  that bit them ancl tried the wrong  dope.        *  If Dunn Mann keeps going''he  will soon have more money than  Jim Hill.          Some people in the east blame  increased cost of living upon the  increased cost of producing gold.  Therk aro more drug fiends in  America than China, according to  population. The h'ibit is usually  formed through taking narcotics  for the purpose of stopping pain or  obtaining sleep.   .  People who have goods to sell  should remember that the newspaper is a silent drummer that  never sleeps.  WiirLE fifteen people died from  the heat of one day in Chicago,  here in Greenwood, we were sleeping under tbe blankets every night  and wondering when summer  would burst upon us in all the  warmth of its glory. No doubt,  before September there will be hot  days in the copper metropolis, but  the coolness of the nights makes  life a pleasure during the grand old  summer time.  Greenwood, is the home for workingmen of all nations. It is  S convenient to the smelter on the hill. The dining room is sup-  ��������� plied with tasty and substantial food, while the bar contains the  | best wet goods in the market. Electric lights all over the  ������ premises.    Eot and cold baths.  j Ola ^Lofstad,"  Proprietor  ing of all kinds.  The Boundary needs more mines  and more smelters. ,.  Thekk is more wealth in the  hille a-'ound Greenwood than would  pay the national debt of Canada,  But it cannot walk or else all  Greenwood would go arm in arm  with it like two lovers at a circus.  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a, ui., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. in. J. McDoneu',,  T.  THOMAS,  TAM OR  15. W. AVIDDO'iVSON, ASSAY Kit  AND CHK.MI.tiT-Cliiu-tfes: Gold, .silver, copper oi- It-ad, 81 oneli: gold-  Mlver, ������1.50; silver loud, SI.50; gold-  siivei-, with (topper or lead, jf>-2,S0; zinc,  ft>;' .Bilvor-lead-i-liit), $'i. 1,'ricoH [for  othr'i-nn!t:ilfi on applicction.   fjOrigilis-  .v.--������.   'pl'O'tv   ;17.    .1'.   O. ;*-"*������������������</  J'lioS,  When you want a Perfect Fitting, Up-to-Date Suit, ranging in  price from $18 upwards, call on  ;tx.>>ri  /  TAJLOB;  PHOENIX,  In Canada, there are three  deaths every, two hour.1" from tuberculosis. This disease is easy to  prevent but difficult to cure.  IIuu says that it is better to go  your way among men, defiant of  their scorn, than to go men's ways  and scorn yourself. The cerebral  activity of tho average man consists of a series of apologetic molecular movements that discharge  shrimp-like impressions which he  dignifies by the name of thought.  '���������Sorno class to that," remarks  Pat Pogarty.  In this day, if a man dares to be  himself he is abused by all classes,  and becomes like tho sting of a bee  to his generation.  *k s. _  Recently Vancouver had a  cleaning up (lay, and about '100  wagon loads of dirt were scraped  together and carted out of the city.  As there was' some soil mixed in  with the refuse, it is difficult; to  tc-Il how much the loss will be to  the real estate agents.  Fortunes are made by getting in when <  things are beginning. When the Argo Tunnel  is run a few more hundred feet it will, judging  from the indications on the surface, open up  one of the greatest mines in British Columbia.  Get in early and invest your money in the  development of home industries.  OLA LOFSTAD,  President.  A. S. BLACK,  Secretary.  Tins comet seems to have got oil  the earth.  These days, says o prominent  medical man, most of the doctors  arc niuchino made and do not do  enough thinking. This does not  apply to the way they inako out  their bills.    -.  Although Greenwood has the  beat dim ate in the world, it has  not yet p'r.fc in a bid for the British  Columbia University.  Don't believe everything you  hear over a telephone wire.  No man ever loved his wije's relations so much that he wus willing  to die for thorn.  Moot men looking for work cannot do it in a satisfactory manner  after they find it.  ; Pressure upon the pocket book  ,.,Some country rock has recently is responsible for many of tho aa-  beeii found near' Stow m% ������������������:"/...    .;     tounding things that startle us. ::.,  B.C. CIGARS  Are itiitde in Now Wcstininstur and  sold nil over the Province.  WILBERG  &  WOLZ.  Get your Razt rs Honed j  and your Baths at  Frawley9s  Barber . ,  Shop, Greenwood,  I  I 'ii!  >  i,  ���������*, ;I  "SI  M


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