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 Vol.   XVI.  GKEENVVOOD, .B. C,'- THURSDAY*, MARCH* 17, 1910.'  No. 36  Shoe's.' Shoes  Just arrived, our spring stock of  tho famous Geo. A." Slater Invictus  Shoes.    For  comfort,   style  and  wear these shoes cannot bo beaten.  i  Drop in and have a look ot them���������  they speak for themselves. ,        -  We  also  carry',' the   Beresford  -    ~ ���������* *  Shoe; McKeeri's "Great West "Shoe;  Williams' -Boys," Smeltermen"and *  'Miners! Boots ; The Amos -Holden  Smeltermen's Boots ; and Leckie's"  Famous Miner's''Boots.    '*'-*��������� '-  : >    ��������� t  -.       ,:'-  Rulsell-Law^GaiilfieldlCb.  Hardware,'-**��������� /Groceries:   "  * " * * * *     "   t ���������     11 *      -   ���������  Furnishings.* ?: "Crockery.  Passing throng,1  FURNITURE  Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  A.'--L. WHITE  PHONE 16.- '���������'--���������''    ���������  We have just received a shipment of-Clocks of  "  f. - , thf- very newest'designs iu Marbelized Wood. .-  m*,"'* , Kiiumeled Wood, and Mission Finish.'- Also'  ffft Something    Very,. Nifty sin .Mantle   Clocks...  !?}|    ./���������: "Y., <"i'j ^Je^eJei-s,j3reenwood,'B.'C. ���������   - :'.--/, k. -, -  iiL.~ ,5cS2*'2',*>5i^^^ ' "IZ'i.  -.***?  . F. JAYNES  Nabob Coffee and  Tea .���������'  -  45 cents a Pound  , Our Prices are  The lowest:  in the City  Pastry Baked Daily and Al-  ',    ,. ways Fresh..  3. Regular montlily meetings of  ^f%fr Greenwood loder* '"No. 28, A. F.  / "V* & A. M., arp held on the first  . Thursday in eacii month in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  street. Greenwood. -Visiting- brethren  are cordially invited to attend.'  ���������IAS, S. UIRNItt. Secretary,  W; F. M.  wiMsef HqW  .   The Windsor Hotel is one of the best furnished  ���������>  hotels in -the West.   It is located in the heart of  Greenwood'and within easy reach of all the finan-'  cial and commercial institutions of the/Copper  .   .' Metropolis'.. ^Heated- with steam and lit by. elect  tricity.**- Commodious sample-rooms.    The bar is  ".   replete with all modern' beverages, and the Cafe  * never closes: ���������" Rooms reserved by telegraph.    *  *  ��������� The-WiriSsor Hbtel"Co.' -' .E! ���������J.-.Cartier;-. Manager,  Greenwood Miners'  Union, No: 22, iW.  F M., meets every  Saturday evening in UDion Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7:30.  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mine  Fridav evenings at 7:30.        "   J  .GEO. HEATHERTON, Secretary  Take your Repairs to .  A D. MORRISON  Grand Forks, the Leading  of the'Boundary District  PHOENIX BEER  is delicious in taste and free.from impurities;   Order'  a-'case or bottle' at the earliest opportunity.    \  Phoenix = Brewing = C6.1  ��������� (Limited.)     *  The Pride of "Western Canada..Phone 138, Green w.opd  * Baggage transferred to  any- part- of the City. Fur:  niture moved to any part of  the District. General -Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is opposite the G reat Northern depot and-is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler.   Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house,.and bathrooms are al- '���������;  ways at the service of those in  seaivh of material  cleanliness. The dining room is ah enemy to dyspepsia, -  while the artistic 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- '.  tains and  a pleasure to drummers with big" trunks.'��������� -  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  Get your Raze rs Honed  and your. Baths at  FrawleyJs  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  ���������&wwQoea������o������9om9oo*QW������9QwaBao9GmGQiM6e<aQQmQ  James Buchanan & Co's  BLACK AND WHITE, AND!  house: of oorosftiuRgs  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  00.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and  Repaired.  Dry Cleaning a Specialty.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ��������� Dr.    Simmons   returned   from  Phoenix Tuesdaj'.  J. - D.   Spence   was  in   Grand  Foiks on Wednesday.  Greenwood will soon need an all  night telephone service.  J. JL.-White returned  Monday  from a visit to Calgary.  . Many a backyard is now await-'  ing its annual cleaning.  Pete Lover bus moved from Denoro to the Mother Lode.  Have yon seen those Nobby Ilats  at Stork's Millinery opening.  .-.Jack Munro and���������Ike Goosncy  are pounding steel at the No. 7.  Iu Phoenix E.-.A. Black is hold  ing daily auction sales at his store.  Harry Connors of the Windsor  hotel left this morning for Seattle.  The baseball grounds are being  put inorder for the season's games.  George Evans hasifinished painting the quarantine ^corral at Midway. ,;''���������' ' ,     .  R. J. Chambers' of Anaconda is  advertising Bard Rock eggs for  sale. ���������  . '  It is rnmored in Midway that  railroad work; * "will start next  month. '- 5.  There are fifteen men at the Do-  noro mine and' Ed. 'Behrman is  foreman. - .-���������  In 3906 railway laborers sent  $82,000 to Italy through the post-  office at Midway.  J. A.- Tuzo has .returned from a  trip to England. His father came  to B. C. in 1853.  H. M. Roy of the National hotel  has recevered from 'a severe attack of rheumatism.  J. P. McLeod left Tuesday for  Vancouver on legal business. He  will return next week.  Many people from Phoenix attended the dance at the Ladysmith  hotel last Friday evening.  The Mother- L'odfl>_Jbo3S -will  6harter"'a"speclaTTrain' (io tliko thein  to the Jeffries-Johnson fight.  The directors of the Granby met  in New York last week but took  nonaction ou the dividend question.  The city council are considering  the advisability of raising the price  of liquor licenses ln Greenwood to  8800 or 81,000 a year.  Geo. M. Barrett came down from  Denoro this week and will leave  Saturday for the West Fork to  work on his claims near Beaverdell  George A. S. Potts died last  week on a-C. P. R. train while en  route from tho coast to Winnipeg.  He was at one time a lawyer iu  Creenwood.  A number of the local Knights  visited Phoenix lodge Tuesday  evening and assisted in rank work.  After lodge business an excellent  banquet was served in the Brooklyn hotel.  The C. P. R. will expend $20,-  000 this year improving the yards  and tracks in and around Eholt.  The track on the Phoenix hill is to  be laid with 85-pound steel rails.  Gorman West has been chef at  Bubar's logging camp this winter.  He is rather thin, only weighing  280 pounds, but expects to pick up  when he returns to hiB health resort near Westbridgo.    ,  - The British' Columbia Copper  company reports net earnings for  February of S-11,000. , The cost of  copper produced was 7.83 cents per  pound, which includes expense of  all development work.  An athletid association was  formed at the Mother Lode this  week with Superintendent '.Cojdray  as honorary president jkChas.* Collier, president r Archie Burnett,  vice-president, and A. J. Morrison aud W. J. Mitchell, managers.;  The mine will have both a baseball  and a football team this season,  and expect to have the. champion  hockey team of British Columbia  next winter.  A press report to the Post-Iu-  relligencer states that the British.  Celumbia Copper company is ex  pected to eoon commence the  erection of a smelter about two  miles north of Godfrey on the Kettle river. The smelter will be  erected principally for the treatment of tbe ore "from "the Napoleon  mine," of which there 'isfa..large  tonnage in sight. '  '.Mrs. R. D! McDonald of Greenwood, B. C, has written to the  Spokane police asking them to  find her husband and her daughter,  whom she alleges the husband stole  from h'cr eight years ago. Mrs.  McDonald says she has spent all  she has been able to earn in trying  to find them, but so far her search  has been.unrewarded. McDonald  is a carpenter and millwright and  speaks French and English. His  age is given as GO and the daughter, Rose, is now 15 years of age.  .The  Central Hotel Midway is  open with first-class ac-  every respect and  new management. Mrs.' B. Shurr  son & Co., Proprietors. ,-���������  again  commodafcion in  R0H  In addition to our Merchant Tailoring-business, Ave  have installed a line of high-grade, READY TO  WEAR CLOTHING tor men, madb by the  Fit Reform, a brand known throughout Canadii, for  its excellence in ready-to-wear clothing. It will  pay you to see this clothing in selecting your spring  suit, We make any alterations necessary- All suits  pressed before sending ,out. N . *  W. EL80N, Herehant������  Conservative Meeting.  There wasn't a very large attendance at the annual meeting of  the Greenwood Riding Conservative association Monday evening.  The following offieers were elected:  Honorary presidents, Premier  McBride and Hon. R. L. Borden.  Honoraay vice-presidents, Martin Burrell and J. R. Jackson.  President, Jas.'McCreath.  Vice-president, J. P. McLeod.  Secretary, F. ��������� YV. McLaine.  EXECUTIVE  COMMITTEE.  Dead wood���������A. J. Morrison and  J. E. Mclntyre.  ���������  Boundary ' Falls���������Norman McLeod.  Rock Creek���������I. Crawford and  R. Tate.  Midway���������C. Leggatt, Chas. Bu-  bar and A. Roberts,  Denoro���������J. F. Cunningham and  M. W. Ludlow.  Eholt���������G. A. Rendell, J. A.  McMaster and E. Baillie.  Greenwood���������J. L.' Coles, Sid  Oliver. W. W. Craig, Geo. Cunningham, E. G. Warren, Sydney  M. Johnson  and  W. B. Fleming.  Geo. Cunningham and R. Tate  were appointed delegates to the  Ottawa,convention, with-J. A. McMaster and F. W.^IcLaine. as aj  temates." ""-" "*'"    ���������"-"l  I have a large stock of jewelry  that will repay inspection. E. A.  Black, the Jeweler, Pboeuix.  City Council.  AU members were present Monday evening and passed the minutes  of the previous meeting.  - A letter from Supt. Walker re  water rate paid by the C. P. R.  was read and filed ancl the clerk  instructed to notify Mr. Walker  when the next meeting would be  held.  The clerk was instructed to notify  the Greenwood City Waterworks  Co. that the reduction in the price  electric lights for the next six  months was satisfactory.  The mayor, finance committee  and city clerk were authorized to  sign 'a note for S3,000 in favor of  tbe Bank of Montreal.  The health officer will be instructed to put the city on asmi-  tary basis.  A. Gillis was appointed pound-  keeper and the pound is to be in  the same place as formerly.  The following accounts were ordered to be paid :  Greenwood City Waterworks Co *j513S 95  E. W. Bishop    41.40  Sing- Lung 95  C. J. JlcArthur    29 00  Thomas Drurr Co      1.15  Kinney & McDonoid.'.....���������..'...���������;   24.85  Council adjourned to March 28.  ��������� The K and H cigar has jumped  into prominence through the excellent flavor of the tobacco out of  which it is made.  The Saw Revolves.  ' The Nelsou mill of the Yale-  Columbia Lumber company started  running for the season  on Thurs-  Copper Street,  Greenwood,  clay afternoon. The mill started  with a full force. 75 men, and will  cut about 00,000 feet a day. -Within  a month or so, if conditions in the  lumber market warrant the move,  it may operate night" and day for  the balance of the season,.accord  ing to W. N. Poole, secretary of  the company.. About 5,000,000  feet of logs have been cut for this  mill at Crestrn, aud it is the intention of the company to operate  the Creston ca.np throughput tlio  season to supply, this mill, or as  late as may be needful.  The mill at Cascado, with a daily  capacity, of 7*5,000 feet,' and em  ploying 100 hands, will be started  up in about' ten days.^. It will run  on time and a quarter .fall season.  Ab'oii'6':-"fifteen.':.milIii)n:(-|eVt;.of"'.logs  have been cut for it.'and are wait  ing to be rafted down the river.  The compihy h.i<* about five  million .feet of lumber ou hand in  two yards, about half of the amount  usually on hand at this time of the  year. ..-���������    - -  Conditions iu the'-lumber business this year -are good, and the  outlook is distinctly, promising. ���������  Nelsou News.  13$0<8������$@k_ 2r������_-������@������v">������ 5������C5k&e������_������������  Western Float  Fred Simpson has returned to  Cranhrook.  '   S.- J. Mighton is  now a resident  of Vancouver.  Id is esliinat.'d that the Crow's  Nest P.iss Lumber Co. will cut  over 05,000,000 fett of "logs this  seasorr.  Nelson, Koc*.shind and the Boundary towns uray form a baseball  league this summer.  Last week three fc-pt of clean oro  was struck in the No. 2 tunnel of  the Society Girl ne.ir Moyie.  This year all of the five hotels in  Moyie have made extensive alterations to their buildings.  Fred Edge broke his arm while  timbering inthe St: Eugene mine  at Moyie.  Charles Stanley Young, teller in  a bank at High River, suicided by  the gun route last week.  Applegrove is the name of a new  town midway between Chilliwack  arid New Westminster.  Thomas Kearns, who opposed  Dr. Young in the provincial election, is dead in Atliu from the re-  salt of a fall.  , C. D. Rand recently sold a corner lot jn Prince" Rupert for $22,-  000.  The new postoffiee has- been  opened in Vancouver.  J. Ward, the well-known C. P.  R. conductor, died in Vancouver  last week.  ���������In Prince Rupert Constable Leek  resigned his" position because he  could  not live, upon $75 a month.  - Tom Olson's hotel in Hazelton  was burned down. The fire was  caused by the overturning of a  lamp and the loss is over ������15,000.  In trying to put out che fire Dick  Jones, the night bartender, received several serious burns.  . The manager stares that the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway will  be open from ocean to ocean in 1912  It is reported that 3,000 Seattle  people'will go to Prince Rupert this  spring. ��������� .  - The YrM^.C.;'A-wilF-put-mp"-a  850,000 building in Lethbridgo.  Robert Faultls of Burton-City  recently received .8750 for a shipment of furs.  Over one hundred and fifty  houses will be erected in Blairmore  thid summer.  In Fernie recently twenty Chinamen were arrested for playing fan-  tan.  An Irishman by tho name of  Floyd has fallen heir to an estate  in Ireland worth $1,200,000. When  found he was washing dishes in a  logging camp near Moyie.  Ned Payne died in Conconully  last week. In early clays he drove  stage between Oregon and California.  The big tunnel at Palmer mountain n*.ay be extended to tap. the  ground of .the Copper World.  Jerome Drumheller has gone east  to see if-ho can make arrangements to that effect.  Visitors to Phoenix usually call  and see Big Andy Johnson before  they leave the city.  Very few people realize that  Stevens county has a tungsten  mine. The Gennania Mining c >m-  pany, which has been operating  south of Deer Trail for the past  four years, has spent on its properties a quarter of a million dollars.  The company, how owns one section of land and "tivo quartz mines,  all patented.; At present they are  working about sixty men on their'  tungsten property, and expect to  increase their force to 150 within  the next ninety days. This company is financed by ��������� Krupp, the  manufacturer of the famous Krupp  gun.���������Colyill.c Examiner.  At Revelstoke a,Jap has been  committed for trial, charged with  attempting to-murder Mrs. J. D.  Sibbald with a knife, . .".���������  Revelstoke hns borrowed $15,000  to carry on the bu.sines*������ of the city  until the'taxes are collected.  It is said tint 10,000 Italians iare  to bo brought into li, O. to work  ou railway construction.  Al Burnhani has opened a livery  stable in Orient.        .  '.'.Marcus, has-a.-commercial club.  Jjh.n Hal verson reeen tly trapped  a White coon upon McNeill island.  Mark Drum of Frank got iirst  prize for eggs at the. Lithbriilg**  poultry show. Hj was formerly  an editor.  E. H. Harnett and Miss Alice  Brown of Eholt were mvrried in  Grand Forks last week.  B. L. Sackctt and Miss Daisy  Hodges were married in Grand  Forks last week. They will bo at  home after .Juno 1st,in Cerro de  Pasco, Peru.'  J. L'lughton of Revelstoke is  negotiating for a hotel in Vancouver, r -I -  Another case of smallpox has developed at Reveliatoke.  testing  their  camp, with  a'  The   Granby, is  claims in Summit  diamond drill.  A saloon licpnse in Bremerton,'  VVafib., costs $2,000 a year., ' ,  Up iu Skeena George H. Gray was  hurt by a falling tree. His old -  friend Bill Doyle, formerly of  Three Forks, is taking care of him.  It is said that the  Hindus 'in  Vancouver are sending 82,000 a  month to help the cause of sedi- '  ti-ni in India.  Tom Wynn of Port E-*sington  has* bepn appointed chief constable  at Prince Rupert.  The Fernie Ledger says it is reported that Bob E Kvards is to be  jippointed C. P. R. ticket agent at  Nelson. Bob will fi id that a dull  job in comparison to running the  Eye Opener in Calgary. '  Iu future New Alberni will be  called Port Alberui.  Capt tin Hughes of the Princess  Royal died in Victoria last month/  The Liberals have ' split in Victoria over Bill Templeman.  Q-iesnel and Fort George will  haVk- telephone connection this  spring.  The Lf-thPridge News has become a daily morning-paper.       -    .  There are nineteen millionaires  in Winnipeg. Real estate made  most of them rich. "     -  Ed. McLeod, who recently died  in Sandon, .was buried in New  Denver, the funeral being attended  by the Eagles'in a body.  A national apple show will .be  held in Vancouver this fall.'  Another paper -has been started  in Merritt.  Dr. McEwen of Hedley was married last week in Olalia to Miss  Lilian Smitheram.  An all-night telephone service  will shortly be commenced in"Trail*.  Bob Moore and Jack White have  leased the Hotel   Winters in Van-"  couver.  The' government will expend  over 3100,000 in the Fernie district this year.  In seven months last year $750,-  000 was expended for the erection  of buildings in Prince* Rupert.  iii. the harbor of Prince iEunert*  herring are sometimes so. plentiful  that a boat can be filled in a short  time with a scoop shovel. The rain"-  does not appear to hurt these fish.  Several railroad men have beea. .  arrested   iu connection  with, the  recent hold-up at Coal Creek. .  George Huston, formerly of'Sandon, has organized' a'strong'com"-'  pany to work several lead claims  in the Cceur d'Alenes..  Iu the Slocan Neil McMillan is  driving under contract a long tunnel on the Suuset.  The O. P."R will build two new  boats for Okauagan lake this summer.  A fruit packing school his been  started at Kelowna.  Bernard McDonald, formerly of  Rossland, is now general manager,  of a smelter in Mexico.  John Hays Hammond has severed his connection with the Gug-  genheims.  Hector McRae is going to England to sell California oil lands.  Carl Hand is experting mines in  Mexico.  George Pepeon is to be tried at  Colville for poisoning his wile iii  Nortbport last summer.  Music has beeu stopped in hotels  and all public places in Moyie. Tho  churches still play the organ, bub  perhaps the law does not consider  that music.  Potatoes are $20 a ton at Mission  City.  Summerland has granted its  brass band $30 a mouth for this  year.  Work upon the railway between  Edmonton   and   Fort   McMurray  will commence next month.  ���������   Mrs. J. H. King died in Molson  last week.  Jf the Great Northern will not,  do it for them the people of Chesaw*  will build three miles of railway to  connect with tho spur   at   Myncaster  The new postoffiee, in Grand  Forks will be at the corner of Main  ami Bridge streets.  T.    Skinner  drojped   dead  in  Revelstoke last week.  Seattle is again a wide-open town .  In February 12 397 tons of coal '.  were shipped from Middlesboro.  At Coutlee burglars have been.'  stealing beer.  At Savouas tho trappers- report  lynx and cougars plentiful.  A tennis court is to be added to  the attractions of the Driard hotel  at Nicola.  Dr. Kingston has been appointed  medical health officer of Grand  Forks at a salary of $20 a month.  Iu the lead belt of Missouri m-r-  chino minors get $1.95 a day aud  their.helpers $1.65."  Olympia oyster-.cocktails always  r-)ady at the Windsor hotel,  w__sw_gii_gim'nisWHW'^  mjmmimUkMMiu���������im THE   LEDGE.   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH .COLUMBIA.  BETWEENTHE LEAVES  The Will That Was Left by Eccentric Old John Leyden.  By JENNIE E. SARGENT.  Tho good people of LeyuVriville were  wrought up to a tine pitch .of rlghtt-ous  Indignation, but If old Henry Li-yd'-n,  three days In his grave, could have  hoard,,the comments which followed  the reudrng of his will', be would probably hiive chuckled Just as be hud  done in bygone days when Iris neigh  bors had discussed his domestic oi  business affairs.  .', The will was a marvel of simplicity,  and  Judge   Harrow  declared   that   no  court on earth would set il aside.  Nevertheless the women who loved  Lucy  ������������������..Leyden for her gentle disposition aud  ;    kindly heart openly grieved. ..Tire men  who  had  admired  John   Willougliby's  brave   struggle   against    heavy   odds  swore ar   im������ deceased  roundly   fur a  stubborn   meddler   with , fate,     liven  Miss   Polly.'Fowler,   who  had   taught  them both at the Utile red schoolliousc,  had been heard to re mar I; in a tone not  wholly   devoid   of   fear   at   her   own  "brashness,"   that,   while   she   didn't  wish any body bad luck, she shouldn't  shed tears if she heard .Henry Leyden  had   met   his   '���������t-omc-uppance"   in   the  next world.  But the fact remained Unit the dead  man had hec|ireatiled his stock in the  I'ccnlur.and Leyih-nvillc road to his  nephew. Hen Morris; his slock In the  Leydenville bank to a distant home for  .cripples, (Henry,. Leyden had been afflicted from blnh with a clubfoot),  rind, after a few scattered bequests to  distant relatives, to lug. he had left  only the,old homestead and all person  al property; found I hereon at the time  of his death  This at least assured Lucy and her  mother the same refuge that had been  ".open .to'them ten years before, when  ("eorge Leyden went the way of prodigal sons, leaving the two women to  the mercies of his crochery but  wealthy t.rother. But ihe income thai  had supported the homestead died with  its owner, and the question of how It  ���������was to be kept up agitated ull Leyden  ville.  Lucy and John vTillnughhy had been  engaged for  tour  veurs, but  the girl's  uncle had stood firmly against the marriage.    John   trad  a '.mother  and   two  sisters 'dependent upon him.   He could  not add ro this burden and the shrewd  banker  proposed to adopt no nepbew-  ln-law.   however   worttiy    the   young  man mighl be.  The   two young people did  not at-  ,.'tempt to veil their disappointment, but  they    fiad   inore   serious   matters   on  hand.     'J'he   handsome   bouse,   tucked  in   the   rapidly growing   business section of the town, yielded not a cent of  income.  Mrs. Levden was one ot thp  clinging, dependent sort of women, and  Lucy   knew   unit  she  must   face the  problem alone.  John suggested that.: they sell the  place and. taking a small cottage, live  ;. off rhe incomeof a safe, conservative  ���������������������������'���������investment-of the balance. But Lucy  protested against the sacrilege. She  knew that it was her uncle's wish that  she should coutinne to occupy the old  house.  Lucy thought they might take roomers arid-. boardprs. but John pictured  the pert young clerks from the freight  offices or:the dapper youths from the  "Boston stoor" waited upon by his  Lucy, and the plan died a violent  ���������death. It was Mrs. Leyden���������limp,  phlegmatic Mrs Leyden���������who finally  solved the problem. *"*  "You ain't thought of the library,  Lucy. You remember how yout Uncle  Henry always talked about it. He had  beun years colleering those old books.  Lots ot them gn as far back as the  devolution, and some of the oldest  were printed in Kngiand before (here  was any America. Don't you remember bow he used to walk up and down  this room and shake his head at the  books, saying, 'Emmy, there's thousands In this room thousands?' 1  know he paid ridiculous prices for  some of them. Maybe there's others  as daffy about old books as he was."  John's face brightened, and he took  both of Lucy's hands iu his.  "That's It, Lucy. We'll have a buyer  conn1 up from ihe city nnd look them  over. There may be a fortune In them,  and you need money more than those  musty old things.''  Lucy did not im-uver at once. There  was a-strong strain ot sentimeut lu  her nn ure. and she loved especially  this old library wbere her uncle had  spent his last days.  Nevertheless that night she indited  a letter to u noted collector in Huston  aud two days later received a note  staling that Mr. Henry Leyden's library was famous enough lo warrant  his sending a represenratlve to Leydenville. His buyer would arrive the  following morning.  Aud thai night came the deluge.  Lucy was "silting up" with Mrs. lien-  dersou's little boy, who had typhoid  fever. John was to call for her at 12,  when mint her neighbor would take up  the task.  At 10 Hie fire bell rang. Something  told Lucy it was iter tiome, nnd she  sprang to her feel. It was a half  mile run. and when she reached there,  brealbless, ihe brn-kei brigade, enforced by the one engine Ihe town could  boast, had done Us worn. The parlor  was blackened and warer soaked, the  dining room was charred, arid the���������  library? Lucy pushed past sympathetic neighbors and stared wildly Into  the room.   The shelves were bare:  The  world seemed  to spin  around  tier, and out of the mist came John's j  *! nice.  ing. Dobson's hearse was standing In  his barn, and we ran it right through  the fence, up against the'library, window, and your mother shoved the books  iuto the hearse as fast as 1 piled them  out lo, ber. Jimmy Dobsou helped  too." /  Lucy burst Into laughter. The absurdity of the situation roused her  from her misery. The Dobsou undertaking establishment was uest door to  their home, and the hearse, the only  oue In town, was the glory of in* owner.  "I hope you didn't hurt it," she murmured.  "That's not what's worrying me. It's  how  much Insurance your uncle c-ar-  ��������� Tieu  on   the  house and  whether   we  spoiled   the   chances   of   selling   tbo  books.   Some of them got wet."  Lucy'unci-her'mother remained that  night with the hospitable Dobsons and  the next morning, with John,: went out  to look at the books and ascertain tbe  damage before the buyer appeared on  the scene. They uiade an odd picture,  the anxious group pulling the old volumes 'through' the end doors ol tbe  gloomy bourse. '��������� Suddenly Jimmy Dob-  son, who by reason of his brave conduct the night before was privileged  to join the party, gave a long, low  whistle.  '���������(-(���������(>, look nt the money!"  lu one hand he held a worn leather  bound volume, in the other a hundred  dollai bill.  Mrs. Leyden clutched ber daughter**  arm and stared ai the wonderful  greenback.  "���������Runny, there's thousands lu It���������  thousands!' Those.wen- his'very words.  Aud he didn't mean books, lie meant  money, real money, it was one ot ins  queer ideas to hide it there."  When tlie book buyer arrived be was  graciously received by .���������..Lucy In tint  bobs-tin parlor. There was a suspicion  ot .happy rears in her eyes when suit  told him the offer was "'withdrawn.  She would reimburse him for bis mil-  road fare and asked him to accept any  volume he might choose in return tor  the trouble sbe had caused him. whereupon that gentleman selected one of  the rarest books Iii the collection nnd  departed with the mental comment tuat  women were certainly most changeable  creatures.  For how could he know that between the leaves ot that collection tour  excited people had found that old Henry Leyden was uo false prophet?  There were thousands in it. .Neither  did the good people of Leydeiivill.9  know just how many bills had been  discovered on that eventful murnliig,  but this did uot prevent their rejoicing  greatly o_yer the turn in events or their  attending lira body the wedding of  John aud Lucy, which six mouths later  was duly solemnized in the First  church, the largest edifice lu Leydenville.  LIFE'S   OUTLOOK  FOR YOUNG GIRLS.  Nature   Makes   Demands   Upon  Them  Which Only Such a Tonic as  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Can Supply.  The girl of to-day is Uie woman of  to-morrow, and until that������to-morrow  oft-times she sufferes a. weariness and  loss of strength and brightness. These  woes, with pallid cheeks, shortness of  oreath and persistent headaches, tell  j'lainer- than words that she, needs assistance in the form of new, rich red  blood. ,    .  Dr. Williams' "Pink Pills for Pale  People are just the,; medicine growing  3'irl3 need, livery dose helps to nit.ke  .iew, rich blood, thus helping languid  despondent'girls on to the lull bloom  ->f-womanhood, making them robust,  cheerful ancl attractive. Mrs. Albert  Putiiian, Port Robinson, Out., ..says:  "A couple of 'years, ago"my daughter  rlutfiu, now fifteen, was in declining  health. She complained of severe  headaches, had no appetite, was very  pule, and exhausted at the least exertion. As time passed on she was  hardly able to drag herself about, notwithstanding that she was under medical treatment and continuously taking  medicine. At this juncture a neighbor  itronglv advised me to give 1-1 attic  ���������)r. Williams' Pink Pills, and 1 deeded to do so. After she had taken  three' boxes some improvement was  noticed; the headaches were not so  'ruqucnt, or so severe, and her appetite was much improved. This, was  indued'cheering;, and she continued  taking the Pills until she had /used  ���������lOine eight boxes, when she was as  well as ever she had b'>en in her life,  ���������uul since that time she has been as  robust as any girl could wish to be.  I would strongly urge nil mothers of  ���������rowing girls to keep their health fortified through the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be had  'rom any medicine dealer or by mail  'rom The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  ''roekvillo, Ont., at 50 cents a box or  iix. boxes for $2.50.  ,   Quite a Distinction  Her Brother���������Surely  you don't object to a good looking' man printing  a chaste salute on those ruby lips?  His Sister���������It's not the printing I  object to; its the publication. It could  be''heard all over the conservatory.���������  M. A. P.  Euchred  While occupying the pastorate of  a Western church in his early career,  Dr. George H. Ferris had a deacon  whose character had always been  above reproach until a certain prayer  meeting which followed a sermon,  during which the elder had soundly  slumbered.  "Will Brother Jones kindly lead?'  was asked by the pastor at the beginning'of the prayer service.  Waking with a start at the mention of his name, the deacon almost  I roke up the service by replying; "1  led last time; it's your turn. What's  trumps?"���������Philadelphia Record. ���������  De Artist���������You say you walk a great  deal?  De Actor���������Yes.  De Artist���������When you are playing  golf?  De Actor���������Sometimes when I am  playing golf ancl sometimes when I  am playing Hamlet.���������Chicago Journal.  Best for Children.  A belated pun with Andrew Carnegie as the-victim, is being circulated  at Washington. The ironmaster was  on board a ferry boat at Norfolk, on  thc clay the president visited that port.  Something went wrong with the com-  pass. The captain appealed to the  mate.    The mate examined the; com-  i_t bist m-rant tor (Jtt'i'is-iB^v.w  Gives instant relief when little throats  are irritated and sore. Contains  no opiates and is as pleasant to take  as it is effective.  AU Druggist*. 23 cents.  ������BSB������5B  France and America  In France th'ey have an expressive  phrase, "liquid money." It means that  part of the family income which is  used for the necessities and ��������� luxuries  of life." It is quite apart from, anil  kept apart from the more serious, sub  stantial part of the income, which is  the saved part. *In America the. entire income is "liquid," and the man  who attempts to make purt of it solid  is called a "tight wad." A "tight  wad" is really a mun who creates a  principal, a capital, in other words,  and he is the living example of what  mute.    The mate examined me com-: ���������- -.- ���������---���������;-_  .---   -    -   ,  ..ass and said: "I guess it must be at-l?VGrv Imv'lt? business must be and o.  traded by that steel magnate over row a country s resources should be  there."���������Troy Times. handled.  roy  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequal led.  Cleanses and purifies. tf  Clubman (in cafe)���������Waiter, do you  know what water i.s?  Waiter���������Savin' yer prisince, but  ye're the third gintlnnuin this clay  that's shown his ignorance .of that  same biverage.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  She���������"History repeats itself, you  know."  He���������"Not always. You never heard  of a man eloping more than once, did  you?"���������Yonkcrs Statesman.  Printers' Errors.  "A certain great nut horny ou Jerusalem was in the habit ot contracting the  uame of the city in his manuscripts to  "Jems." lu oue of his books upon the  subject he described the sensatlous  which attended his approach to the  famous city. ATter reactilug.the summit of a bill "the glorious panorama of  Jerusalem," be wrote, "was spread before us." Owing to the usual coutrac-  tlon. the genial ��������� compositor rendered  this "the glorious panorama ot Jones  was spread before us." A misprint  which will always bear repetition is  that concerued with the sailors wife  who wished it to be announced, "A  sailor going to sea, his wife desrres the  prayers ot the congregation." Tills got  Itself rendered Into "A sailor going to  see his wife desires the prayers of the  congregation." Before we condemn  the compositor who perpetrated this,  however, we must bear In mind lire  possible nature of his own domestic  relations. Another excellent one is  that of the editor who wrote, "When  Mrs. Jones lectured on 'Dress' she  wore nothing that was remarkable."  flow the compositor came to the con-  -.���������lusiou that this should read "When  Mrs. Jones lectured on 'Dress' she  wore nothing -that was remarljable!"  Is a mystery.���������P. T.'s London Weekly.  Coming to Terms  Possible Boarder���������Ah, that was a  ripping dinner, and if that was a fair  sample of vn--r meals, I "should like  to come to terms.  Scotch !��������� ���������..���������.mi--���������Before ��������� we gang  ���������my further, was that a fair, sample  .' yer appetite?"���������Presbyterian Standard.  She���������Dr. Holmes prof rred men with  small rnustaches because he thought  ���������'.heiii more intellectual than those with  large ones, and that's one of my two  reasons for disliking them.  He���������What's the other?  She���������They   Tickle.  Mrs. Pew���������Don't you think there  was a good deal of truth in Dr. Long's  sermon today.  Mr. Pew���������Yes; especially when he  said it was impossible for any of us  to tell when the end would come.  Free to Our Readers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for 48-page illustrated Eye Book  I'ree. Write all about Your Eye  Trouble and they will advise as to the  Proper Application of the Murine Eye  Remedies in Your Special Case. Your  druggist will tell you that Murine Removes Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak  Ryes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye  Pain, ancl sells for 50c. Try it in Your  Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  Tho' clumpy girls are not the sort  Who most bewitchingly enthrall,  'Tis better to have loved a short  Than never to have loved at all.  Small but Potent'.���������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are small, but they art-  effective in action. Their fine qualities as n corrector of stomach trouble  are known to thousands arrd they arc  in constant demand everywhere by  those who know what a safe anc  simple remedy they are. They need  no introduction to those acquainted  with them, but'to those who may nol  know them they are presented as the  best preparation on tlie market lor  disorder's' of the stomach.  New Style Obituary -  Dr. C. H. Parkhui'st, lamenting at a'  dinner in New York, the frequency of  American divorce, said with a smile:  "I shan't be surprised if the divorce  movement keeps on, to see in the papers a new style of obituary:  " 'Peter H. Harris, the well'-known  broker, lost his wife.last Wednesday  by divorce.   No flowers.' "  The, Lady���������Your little boy cy.es look  queer. D'yer -think there's anything  wrong with' 'im physically?  Her friend���������'Physically/ indeed!  No, I'm sure there ain't. ��������� 'E '--isn't 'ad  a drop o' physic in 'is life.  Corns are caused by the pressure of  Light boots, but no one need be troubled with them long when'so simple-a  remedy as Holloway's Corn Cure ia  avuilable. :*  '    WORTH    KNOWING.  Simple Remedy That Any One Can  Prepare at Home.  Most people are more or less subject  to coughs and colds. A simple remedy  that will break up a cold quickly .and  cure any cough that is curable is made  by mixing two ounces of Glycerine, a  half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound'pure and eight ounces of pure  Whiskey. 'You can get,these"in any  good drug store wnd easily mix them  in a large -bottle. The mixture.is highly 'recommended by-the Leach-"Chem-'  ical Co., of Cincinnati, who prepare,  the' genuine'Virgin"Oil of Pine con>  pound pure for dispensing.  -        ���������  The old darkey had driven his fare'  to the hotel and was now demanding a  doil-ir for his service..  "What!" protested the passenger, "a  dollar for that distance*?" Why, it  isn't half a mile as the crow flies."  "Tiat/s true, boss," returned Sambo,  with an appealing smile, "but ye see,  suh, dat old crow he ain!t got free  wives an' ten chilluns to suppoht, not  to mention de keep fob do-boss."  Landlady (answering a crequest. for  butter in place of ..dipping)���������Change  of, diet, indeed, a ��������� monument- of  strength"like you. Nonsense!"  - Boarder���������But, my dear madam,'con--  stant dripping wears away a stone.   ���������  ���������    Only One "BROMO QUININE"   .'-/  That  is' LAXATIVE  BROMO.QUININE.    Look  for the signature oi E:  W. GROVE.   Used the world over to"  Cure a:Cold in One Day. :.  Judge a man by what he-laughs at;  judge a woman by what- she cries  over. ' - ���������  auiokly stops eougiut, ouxmwbo1<1s, hcula  to  throat and   lnu������>. ���������        .   25 cento.  The proud parents of two little boys  and their four-year-old sister are anxious that the children- should have  means of knowing when they have  grown up how smart they were in  their nursery days and with this in  view the children have sung, '.'spoke'  pieces" and held conversations before  a talking machine. The records have  been placed,where they will not be injured, and the parents think that  some day the children will value them  highly. With' the records there are  descrintions of the children as "they  appeared to the father" and mother,  and a photograph of each.  FARMERS* ALMANAC���������FREE  See advertisement of the Na-Dru-Co.  almanac in this issue and write to-day  for a copy of,this book of valuable information.  ' "Hear about Perkins? Pretty  tough."  "No.    What?"  "The poor fellow dropped into the  vernacular, bumped into a hard word  and split his infinitive."  "To thi"]- there was a tire last night  and I didn't get it," moaned thc "'conflagration reporter.  "Nevermind," said the police reporter consolingly; "you'll get the fire  as soon as the chief hears about it." ������������������[  Violated the Rules.  There is a park policeman In the  service of a certain zoo who Is quite  a Joker in his way, as is evidenced by  an occurrence in the vicinity ot a large  bears' den ia the zoo, which lies at a  lower level tban the grounds about it  and which is surrounded by a railing.  One day a visitor while leaning over  this rail lost his balance and fell into  the pit. He fell at the side of a bear,  which at once seized the intruder's  leg irr Its mouth aud would have proceeded to crunch tbe same at his leisure had not belp immediately been  summoned. When the keepers had got  the visitor out of. tbe bears' deu he  was not much Injured, but, naturally  enough, pretty well frightened, ills  fright was increased by the action of  the policeman, wbo stepped up to him,  saying:  "You are under arrest*"  "Arrest!" gasped the unlucky one.  "What for?"  "l-'or violating the rules of the park."  snld the policeman, pointing to the sign  over the railing, "It la Positively Kor-  btddnn to Feed the Animals."���������Har������  por's Magazine.  .  CURED   HIS   RHEUMATISM.  Yarmouth, N.S., June 2, 1908.���������"I  have been bothered with Rheumatism  tor the post year and have taken a  ,'ood many-kinds of medicine and  :'ound no relief for it.  "One day a friend advised me to try  Gin Pills, so I did, and after taking  only one box of them, 1 felt like a new  man.  "I thought I would write you a few  lines to let you know how thankful I  feel for the relief they gave me, and  would advise all sufferers from Rheumatism to get Gin Pills."  .WM. CONTY.  Sample free if you write National  Drug and Chemical Co. (Dept. N.TJ.)  Toronto. All dealers have Gin Pills lit  50c a box���������6 boxes for $2.50.  "What do you think? Mrs. Zizzel,  who never goes to church, has won the  first prize in the chuch lottery!"���������  Mergendorfer Blatter.  When it comes to jealousy and  crowing a man can put it all over ii  rooster.  I have resolved to be courteous at  ���������ill times to women, and if when-1  have risen in a car to give my seat to  a lady she fails to thank me for it, I  have determined not to scowl upon  her, but to life my hat with courtesy  and to beg her not to mention it.  HAIR GROWTH AND BEAUTY  To prevent dry, thin and falling  hair, remove dandruff, allay itching  and irritation and promite the growth  and beauty of the hair, -frequent  shampoos with Cuticura Soap and occasional dressings with Cuticura  Ointment'are usually effective when  ah else fails. Special and full directions accompany each package of Cuticura, or will be sent free on application to the Potter Drug & Chemical  Corporation, Boston, U.S.A. In the  treatment of eczemas, rashes, itchings  and chafiings, for 'sanative, antiseptic  cleansing of ulcerated and inflamed  mucous surfaces and for all purposes  >f tho toilet, bath and,nursery, these  pure, sweet and gentle emollients are  absolutely indispensable.  "That is quite a remarkable Rembrandt," said the connoisseur. "Sir!"  rejoined Mrs. Cumrox. "Yes, Rembrandt, you know, the great painter."  "Oh!   I thought you said 'remnant.''���������'.'  The Raleigh News and -Observer  asks: "What is a colonel?"  Once, when some one asked an old  Georgia darkey that question, he replied : >   ���������  "Well, suh, clar's lots er ways ter  answer dat. T has knowed folks what  wuz born kunnels���������de thing runnin' in  de blood fer ginerations an* ginera-  tions; then ag'in, I has knowed folks  what wus-; desapp'inted ter be kunnels, an' others what wuz born kunnels, an' others what wuz made kunnels by bein' kind ter de culud folks.  For instance, any man what gives me  a dollar, or even a quarter, I never  fails  to call  'kunnel'  f'urn dat time  on!"  *   ���������   ���������  Wellington's  Self  Control.  One of the best stories of self con.  'roi is told of the Duke of'Wellington, who in the peninsular camnaigo  was sitting nt. breakfast with Picton  ���������.ml other officers just before the engagement. Orderlies were riding ur.  to the tent every few minutes with  ���������lews of the steady, approach of the  uicmy, The duke did and said noth-  *g, but by the knitting of his brow.j  Mistress���������Did you have company  last night. Mary?" :"  Marv���������"Only my Aunt Maria  mum."  Mistress���������"When you see her again,  will you tell her that she left her tobacco nouncli on the piano?"���������Illustrated Bits.  ������������������'.".s supposed to be deep in thought,  "rcsently he turned to his companion-- nnd said: "Was your egg well  '->oked. Picton?   Mine   was abomin-  ���������'Belter come over to Dobson'r.. lAtcy. j , blfi'", TL'e ''Iron "W r?���������n0t r^  .,ur mother's Just cflme out or _ I ''^ of the issue of tJie battle about  . ... - ** ��������� j nt b" fought, but had made-his ar-  Refused to Answer  A colored woman in an American  city, presented herself the other day  in an Equal Suffrage state at the place  of registration to qualify for the casting of her vote at the next municipal  ���������lection.  ''With what political party do you  afTiliate?" inquired the clerk of the  unaccustomed applicant, using the  prescribed formula.  The dusky "lady" blushed, all coyness and confusion. "Is I'bleegod to  answer that there question?"  "Certainly; the law requires it."  "Then," retreating in dismay, "I  dorr't believe I'll vote, case I'd hate to  have to mention thc party's name.  He's one of the nicest- gent'muns in  town."  faint."  Mechanically sbe walked with hltn  down the narrow path, uway from (he  ruin that bad wrung ber heart, finally she could stand It no longer. She.  burst into sobs.  "John, John, tbe books are gone  too!"  John put bis arm about ber. j  "is'o, they're not, little girl. They're  Iu Dobsou'a hearse."     , I  Lucy broke off in tbe midst of a sob  und stared at him lu tbe moonlight.   |  "It's ������ fact, dear. When the tire go*  beyoud your mother and me tbe books  were the first thlnjr we thought of suv.'  i-itncements long before and knew ex-  ������������������.ctlv how the enemy would advance  and how to counteract it.  Earring*.  Liidlw and waiting maids among the  ancient Ci reeks and Homniifl wore plain  hoops of gold or silver lu (heir ears,  .Mid as I line progressed these became  nn re elaborate, precious gems being  ������et In them.  Covered Carriages.  Covered carriages wore first used In  ftriglitrid lu 10_0.   ^  As a Beautifier of the Skin  Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment  holds a unique position. It does  not clog the pores as do unsanitary powders but positively promotes a healthful action of the  skin and thereby makes it clear,  soft, smooth and velvety.  It soothes irritation and inflammation, cures chafing, pimples and blackheads, and all  kinds of skin eruptions, including the worst cases of eczema  and salt rheum.  VALUABLE   ITEM  FOR   MEN  Health  and  strength hitherto  unknown will be felt surging in  rich red blood through the arteries and veins and life's greatest  ambitions may be    realised   as  never before,   if   the   following  special treatment is followed by  those men, and women, too, who  are   stricken   with    that   most  dreaded of all afflictions,  nervous   exhaustion,      accompanied  with such 'symptoms as extreme  'nervousness, .insomnia,"./cold extremities,      melancholia,    headaches, constipation and dyspepsia,    kidney    trouble,    dreadful  dreams of direful disasters, timidity in venturing and a general  inability to act naturally at all  times as other people do.   Lack  of poise and equilibrium in men  is a constant source of.embarrassment even when the public  lea*'t suspects it.   For the benefit  of those who want a restoration  to full, bounding health and all  the happiness accompanying it,  the following home treatment is  given.   It������contaius no opiates or  habit forming drugs   whatever.  Mix it at home and no one will  be the wiser as to your affliction.  The treatment is simple, thorough and correct. Leading druggists supply the main tinctures,  extracts   and   essences   in  one-  ounce bottles, ready to mix.   Get  three ounces syrup sarsaparilla  compound, mix with one ounce  compound fluid balm wort,   and  stand two hours.   Add one ounce  compound essence cardiol;-* and  one   ounce   tincture   cadomene  cornuound     (not     Cardamom).  Shake well and take a teaspoon-  ful after .each meal and one at  bedtime.  The ingredients are. used for  various prescriptions.  In Dr. Moule animals of all sorts  have a staunch friend. In connection  with this the bishop tells a good  story of an occasion when he examined u Sunday school class. -He chanced  to ask one of his small pupils why  it whs wrong to cut off .dogs' tails.   '  The child replied that it- was cruel  because of the text on the Bible.  ."What text, my dear?" asked the  puzzled bishop.  For a moment the little girl was  ���������-ilent, ancl then she replied: "What  God has ioinnd together, let no man  put asunder!"  CONSTIPATION   ������������������-*-���������  is an enemy within the camp.-. It,  ���������will undermine tho strongest constitution and ruin thc most vigorous health.   It leads   to   indigestion,   biliousness,   impure- blood,  "bud complexion, sick headaches,  and is one of the most frequent ���������  causes of appendicitis. To neglect  it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills positively, .cure ���������  Constipation. They are entirely  vegetable in composition and do  not sicken, weaken or gripe.   Pre-  '  serve your health-by taking     '   -   '  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN     ROOT     PILLS  A Revelation in Tea Goodness  u & delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea*  Get a package from your grocer and enjoy ita excellent qualjtiea.  ^ Black, Mixed aad Natural Green, 40e, 50c,. 60c and 70c per lb. ������������������.  '    ��������� In' all cases'ot _  DISTEMPER,' PINKEYEAINrLUENZA,  COLDS, ETC  of all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions. Is "to  "SPOHN THEM".  on their tongues or in the feed put Spohn's Llq uld  Compound. Give tho remedy to all ot them. It  acta on tho blood and glands. It routs the d isease  by expelling- tho disease germs. It wards off the  trouble no matter how they aro 'erposed." Ab-  ���������olutely free from anything Injurious, 'A child  can safely take It. 50c and $1.00; $5.50and $11.00  tho dozen.   Sold by dragfists and harness dealers.  Dlxtrlliutorst  i      All   Wholesale   DrnKflTlHtd  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.,  Chemists and Bacteriologists  GOSHEN, IND., U.S. A.  STOVE  POLISH  ******** ** *****:***  In the course of a reading lesson, a  master received a very smart answer  from one of his pupils, though possibly the  wit was unconscious.  In the piece to be read occurred the  passage: "The majority of the rivers  in Kussia are sluggish in their  course." .    ���������  "What is meant by a river being  sluggish ?"  "VVh, sir," answered the boy. . "It  means that it likes to stick to its  bed."  A Standard Medicine.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, compounded of entire-  I ly vegetable substances known to have  j a revivifying and salutary effect upon  the digestive organs, have through  years of use attained so eminent a  position that they rank as a standard  medicine. The .ailing should remember this. Simple in their comp*osition,  they can be assimilated by the weak,  est stomach and are certain to have u  healthful and agreeable effect on the  sluggish digestive orgaiiB.  Little Trick of Jones  "Is Mr. Jones in?" asked the lady.  "No," replied the manager, "he is  not here, and he won't be back this  afternoon."  "Isn't that his hat on the peg?"  "Yes; that's how I know he won't  be back.   He has taken mine."  26  : It used to be that the dirtiest and hardest-work  a womau had to do about the house was,  polishing the stoves.   '-        . *       **���������>������������  ''Black;Knight" Stove Polish has-made'it no    S*^p  work aud uo muss at all.    .,    -'* - ^-',  "Black Knight" is a smooth paste, that is spread  Easily with a cloth or brush and shines like a black  diamond after a few gentle rubs. -    ^.  It cleans as it polishes���������keeps the stoves fresh ;_**������'^_j_������r  and bright, with almost as little trouble as  *~~  polishing one's shoes.  loc. buys a big can of "Black Knight.'*  ���������at your dealer's, or sent postpaid on  receipt of price. __6!**'*=^''#'  -QJCEBBBBRBE"  THE F. F. CAUETCO.UHm.0. BAHaiClN. Out. Uakers ol the 'anions "2 in TShoe Pollt__  Stops itchinp; promptly and hea!a  the skin quickly. It is antiseptic  and therefore of utmost Value in  preventing blood poisoning when  applied to scalds, sores and wounds.  Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointmont has a world  wido reputation as n cure for itching skin  diseases. Imitations and substitutes will  only di&appolnt you, 60c. a box at all dealers or Edmannon, Bates & Co.. Toront>,  Write for a free copy of Dr. Ckaso'a Kccipcsr  W. N.  U.r,  No.\779.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  Browning���������"I hear you aro engaged  to that young widow who is visiting  relatives here.   Is it tru6?  Greening���������Yes.  Browning���������How did you discover  that she wus the one woman in the  world for an old bachelor like you?  Greening���������Why, she���������er���������told mo so,  PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cure any    case   of    Itching,    Blind,  Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to  U days or money refunded.   50c.  The little daughter of a, Dorchester  gentleman was looking at a political  cartoon. "Who is this, daddie?" she  asked, pointing to a person with n  cornet. "That is one of the peers,  my dear," replied her father. "Oh,  I thought piers wero plnceB wc sat on  nt tho seaside," said the little one.  "So they are, dear; but we are going  I to sit on these peers all over the coun-  I try now," was tho quick response,,  "alMa-nac  - Full details of our word contest  $200. in cash prizes  Three pages  of sprays   for  fruits and vegetables .  Tables of Measures  How to preserve eggs  A mine of information  "Na-Dru'Co" Almanac for 1910 Is the handsomest and  useful book of Its kind ever distributed to thc Canadian farmer  his wife. ' .  It is a miniature encyclopedia, containing useful hints for  evWy member of the family.  Calculations are made for your district.   "~  la order to familiarize everyone with the name "No-Dru-Co1  we have biBuarurated a novel word contest in which we will  present cash prizes amounting to $200, to thc winners.   Full  particulars in the Almanac. ,  Na-Dru-Co Almanacs for 1910 are now being   ' ������  distributed by Drugglsla throughout the country,       6  If your druggist should not have a supply, write      /'     /  .direct to the NationalDrug&ChemloalCo%.,      /'"     /  on the coupon attached and a free copy      /      /  will be sent you by return mall, /      /  THIS AD WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN.      /       ..-      .������*  SEND COUPON TODAY. /    .^    .$���������  /'/?_ I-     I'*-.!  f        '  THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  rr=M  No trouble with Sunlight Soap.  Just follow, the directions on the  wrapper amid Sunlight does the  rest. , Costs, little-goes far-  never Injures hands or clothes.  A PRISON  HORROR.  MAGNETISM.  ;8omo of tho Peculiar Properties tvf Thll  Strange Force. "  The true nature of magnetism as  such, of course. Is not known. All  k (bat we can be sure of Is that mag  nolle attraction does not radiate out  ward in all directions as does light,  but simply nets along lines consisting  of closed curves and called Hues or*  force, these linos connecting the two  poles and not extending .very fur outward between them. These curves  may be found very nicely by placing a  horseshoe magnet under a thlo sheet  of paper and sprinkling iron'filings on  top^ The filings will collect along the  lines.  Now. ns to the different kinds of  magnets, there are natural,* artificial  and electro magnets. The natural ones  are found as magnetic ore ln tbe earth,  the artificial ones are made by stroking  a piece of Iron or steel with a magnet, and the electro magnets are caused by the action of an electric current.  .-' Some peculiar things have been noticed in regard to magnetism, among  which are the following facts:  It has been observed''that fire Irons  that have rested In one,position dur-  - ing thesummer months ure often high  ly magnetized, no doubt having Ireen  caused by Ihe magnetism of the earth  Itself by the process known as Induction. Other Iron articles that stay In  one poBltloirnnd do not come In con  tact with fire tor other heat are often  found in the same condition, such as-  Iron bars- it* jail windows nnd iron  railings In front of bouses.  The most peculiar observation made,  however, was that the ripper part of  the steel tire of o carriage wheel attracts the north pole of ,a magnet,  while the bottom part., or part In con  tact with the earth, attracts the south  pole. 'This is In the ��������� northern heml  sphere only nnd Is fully In accord with  the theory of induced magnet ism. Ot  course In the ��������� southern, hemisphere  ���������where the earth Is tinder?the Influence  of the 'soulb. magnetic pole, the condl  tlons are reversed. ' ���������  A,magnet, dipped. Into boiling water  loses a great part.of. lis magnetism,  which Is miraculously restored to It on  becoming,cool again. -  A sharp,lilnw given,ton magnet wll:  enrrseit to lose its magnetism.- Also  the application of- beat will have a  like effect. .  If'a "magnetic needle be placed over  a rapidly revolving plate of copper, although it*be separated from It by a  thick plate of jrrnss.'the needle will'  revolve In the same direction as the  plnte.-Eic-hange.  Awful Fate of-a Russian political Of*  fender.  David Sosklce writes In McClure's  Magazine of the honors of the Bchlues-  seibiirg. Russia's political prison.,  "Uracbevsky, unable to stand bis life  any longer," says he, "struck ti, guard  lu order to be executed. Brrt the com  maudaut of the fortress declared blur  to be Insane and therefore exempt  from punishment.  " 'Then,* said Grnchevsky. 'It re  mains for me but to kill myself.' He  was' taken to the 'stable' and kept  'there under,most vigilant watch.  ;', 'One night,* related Ludinilla Vol  kenstefn, 'a terrible, inhuman shriek  was heard.. Footsteps hurried toward  .Gruchevsky's cell. Feeble groans followed, und then his door was quickly  opened, and it was evident,that something terrible.bad happened to blrri.  Smoke nnd the smell of burnt clothing  and net-b pervaded the' building and  liung about It till the following day.  We then knew that Gr'achevsky bad  Uirrut himself, alive. He hud soaked  -his clothes and bedding with the oil  from tbe little night lamp and. rolling  himself up in his blanket, bad set:It  on*lire.-. For several days, beforehand  iie had disarmed the suspicions of his  guards by exceedingly . rational behavior, so that they bad.relaxed tnelr  'watchfulness a llttle-nnd enabled Dim  to commit the dreadful deed/"-  TRIED REMEDY  THE GRIP.  STONE AGE CUSTOMS.  Ancient   Habits   Still   Endure   Among  Natives of Rural Roumania.  Customs and habits directly traceable back to the" end of. rhe stone age  ure still observed by the Inhabitants  of the remoter parts of rural. Itontiiu-  iiin. says Dr. Emll Fischer of Hin-ha-  rest In the Umscbau. The latest statistics show that there tire still In Iton-  uiuulu over 64.000 cave dwellings in  existence, in which a quarter of a million peasant folk live. These caves  are almost as primitive in their .arrangements as the original cave dwellings of the stone age.  As recently as In the eighties millet,  the oldest ���������Indcf'tjermunic grain.. was  still crushed ln (iourrianiu by menus  of baud mills and stored in peculiarly,  shaped granaries similar to those used  by the natives of central Africa. Today" the Uounianlan peasants still use  ancient plows. At funeral.'. * repast  named eoliba Is partaken of consisting of soaked and boiled corn tbe exact way corn- was first prepared and  eaten by the tribes of Bui-ope. -  Even today crabapples and wild  pears arc the only fruit known "to the  Roumanian peasant, and his vegeta  bles ure wild herbs .boiled wit.ii  pressed from sunflower, hemp and  gourd seeds. Medical men in rural  (toiiumnla are still known among tbe  peasantry as wizards.  i   Same  House  Two wretched-looking tramps were  brouglit before the magistrate.  Auuressing the worse looking of the  two, he ,saiu:  "Where do you live?"  "Nowhere,   sir."  "And-where uo you live?" addressing the second.  "I've got the room above him, your  worship.'1 '  Jones���������Green bought a second-hand  autorrrobile three weeks ago, and he  bus been arrested six times in it.  Smith���������For exceeding the speed  limit?  Joiies���������No; for obstructing the  street.���������Chicago Daily Mews.  The Chancellor's Repartee  Mr. Lloyd-George is famous, of  course, for his brilliant repaitee and  biting stucusm. "I am here���������" he remarked once at a political meeting,  but before he had time to finish the  sentence, a noisy interrupter had  chimed in, "And so am I."  But the letort was as quick as it  was ovei whelming. "Yes���������but you are  not all there"  "What do our, opponents really  want?" he inquired in a recent speech.  In the momentary pause that followed, the question there came a voice  husky from the effects of alcohol.  "What I want is .a change of government." ���������   '  "No, no," was the ready reply  "what you-really want is a change of  drink."  ���������.-         ;%  Little Lawrence jealously guarded his  baby brother, and when a lady visitor  asked ��������� how much he thought his  mother would take for him, "Oh, ever  so much���������������������������about a hundred dollars."  "Well." she said, "I am able to give  thai :nucl,."    -  II." reflected a moment; then, seized  with a sudden inspiration, he renli->d,  "Hut she wouldn't like to break the  set"  AN EXCITING RIOE  If Neglected, it loon reaches the l&ngt  end may Prove Fatal.  Mr.G.L.GarroWof 116 M.llicentSt.,  Toronto, writes under date ol September  13,1908. "One yew kkgoth;������ spring I contracted ��������� severe cold ia the chest, which  developed into Bronchitis',    I took three  kind* of medicine and found no improvement.   A friend of mine advised me to tr,  PSYCH.NE and in three days I felt like a  new man again.   I detiretoletothenknow  what a valuable cm* you have in PSY-  CHlNEforitcuied me whereallother medicines had failed. I am uorethan thankful to  be well again, and for the take of others who  may be ill, you may publish this testimonial."  Stop that cold of the fe/iults will be  serious.   You can do this by toning up the  system with PSYCHINE. ,  FtSeUhj>SlJ}mj^i,Slk.ktlt>*tix*tU    .  Dr. T. Ai SLOCUM  UNITED,  TORONTO I  Mountain  A Financial Pinch  Uncle Bill���������How much money have  you got in your bank, Tommy?  Tommy���������Not much. The depositors  have fallen off awfully since Violet goi  engaged.���������Judge.  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  -In the course of-a lesson on the subject of domestic economy and hygiene,  a mistress got a singularly smart and  apt answer from a girl.  - Speaking of milk and its importance  as a food,- the lady asked: ���������  "What .is the best place wherein to  keep milk perfectly nice and fresh" during, say,'a hot summer clay?"  And one girl���������evidently thinking it  was an easy one���������promptly answered:  "Jflease, teacher, in the cow."  Hubby���������That confounded hypnotism  is ahumbug.  Spouse���������Why do you think so?  Hubby���������I walked the floor all night  with -the kid.  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  y local applications, ns they cannot reach tlio cis  cased portion of tho oar. There Li only oue way to  euro dentm'SB, and that Is by constitutional remedies.  Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho  mucous lining ot tho Eustachian Tube. When this  tubo Is Inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is cntlroly closed, Deafness Is the mult, and unless the Inflammation can bo  taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases  out ot ten nro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing  but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces.  We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for any case of  Deafness (caused by catarrh) thnt cannot be cured  by Hall's Catarrh euro.   Send'for circulars, free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO.. TolctlJ. O.  Sold by Druggists, 75o.  Take Hall's Family PJlls for constipation.  ******** ** ********  A .Vicious Weapon. /  "Basing hi-i siaiement on a series oi  experiments with the latest pattern oi  military firearm. Dr. J/essler. of Ores  den says in a recent n urn ber of Hei  Milliner Artzt Hint In lire next grea:  war the mortality from guiishn'  Wounds will be "frightfully large." II>  describes one Uln'd of mililaryrlUe, lln  missile from which will "not-gi  '-straight, but will be deflected by th'-  Rllglilesi resist a nee ifler It strikes th<  body arid will com Hue on; making ;���������  wound- at an aiig'e with the.one-  through wlrit-lr II entered lire body."  The "wounding capacity of the new  weapon Is many times greater than thai  of I be-rl lies now in use." and this, la  says, "makes It a tangible argument in  favor of.pence."   .  Ho Had Learned It.  Willie, five years old. was In his father's ofHce one afternoon waiting to  go home with hlm..'*Mr. S. was very  rnut-b occupied���������in fact, so much so  .that "be had quite forgotten that his  young son was sitting'behind biru. At  length the telephone rang, and Mr. S.  was told that there was a long distance call for hlrri. He called "Hello:"  a number of times, nnd just when his  patience had about given out central  rang vigorously while the-recelver was  still at his ear. At-this Mr. S. uttered  a terrible und forbidden word.  The Words were no sooner out of bis  mouth than be remembered that his  son was but a few feet from him.  Wheeling about, in his chair, he said,  with humility: '      !-"  "That was very wrong of-father to  say those haughty words. Willie. I  hope," he added, "that my little boy  will never use such dreadful language,"  "I���������1 woD't-never say It,- papa." replied the child, with a mischievous  twinkle in his eye, *;but I l-learned It  all the sump!"���������Harper's Magazine.  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  oil | *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  DELICATE   LITTLE   BABIES  Every delicate baby starts life  witli u serious handicap. Even  a trivial illness may end fatally  and the mother is kept in a state  .of constant dread. Baby's Own  Tablets have clone more than  any other medicine to make sickly babies well ancl strong. They  give mothers a feeling of security as through their use she  sees her delicate child developing healthily. Mrs. Theodore  Mordon, Bala, Ont.,-says: "I t  can say with confidence    that^*  say  Baby's Own Tablets saved my  baby's life. I did not know  what it was to have a good  night's rest until we started using the Tablets, but they have  made him a strong, healthy  child." Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Effect of Irrigation.  Forty years ago the stretch betweei.  El Monte, in Lor* Angeles county, and  San Ueninrdlno wns* known as' th<  Forty Mile desert and was.sonu'Whn:  dreaded liy teamsters. Today, t'liinl*-  to Irrigation, there ���������,r������* to be found Ir  that section." some of the finest ���������'hie  yards and orange groves or California  ���������San Kranclsco Argonaut  Meat:  ...3001b*.  Milk ..................240<il_  Butter  100 tbi.  Eat*..................   27dot  Vegetables.............. 500 lb*.  This represents a fair, ration for a man for a year.  But some people eat and  eat and grow thinner. This  means a defective digestion  and unsuitable food. A large  size bottle of  -The Pun.  The.golden age of tbe pun In Britain  was the reign of King James 1.. the  "Stuart Solomon." That learned sovereign was himself a passable punster  and m'nde few privy councilors or bishops who were not reputed to be good  at a quip. It was therefore in tils day  that the" pun appeared with pomp and  dignity. . It had been before admitted  Into merry speeches and ludicrous  com-KisItlons, but was now delivered  with great gravity from the pulpit or  pronounced In tbe tnoRt solemn manner at tbe council table. The greatest  authors In their most serious works  made frequent use of puns.���������London  Globe.         ,  Mistaken Identity.  "Oh. doctor, "tip growled so savagely  1 was sure he was mad even before be  went on In such a biting way."  "I beg pardon, madam, but Is It  your large dog or your small pet one  you are speaking of?"  "Ijiw, doctor, It Isn't my dog I nm  talking about It's my husband."-Baltimore-American.   -  ******** * *-* ******  "Well, how true it is," sighs' the  visitor, "that one-half the world does  not know how the other half lives."  "That may be true of the world in  general," replied the native.   "But it  doesn't  apply    to    this  town."���������Chi  cago Evening Post.  "What was that terrific noise going  on in Popkin's apartment last night?"  asked Wickley of the janitor.  "They were celebrating their wooden  wedding,"' smiled the janitor. "Mrs.  Popkin was hitting Popkirt on the  head with a rolling-pin."  "Knocking wood for luck, eh?"  grinned Wickley, as he passed on,  while the janitor chuckled.  One of the commonest complaints of  infanta -is worms, and the most effective application for them is Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator.'  "What do you think of a man with  a rip in his coat and only three buttons on his vest?"  "He should either get married or  divorced."���������Boston -Transcript.  As Windle Viewed Marriage  "There would be less divorce," saia  ex-Governor Pe'rinypacker at a dinner  rn i'lnlauoiphia, "ii mere were lewer  men line milium V\ indie.  "vviiliam VViuule oiiibarked on an  excursion stuumer lor Point .breeze,  ana a lew miles out, as he paced tliu  upper uuck and drunk in tlie bracing  ijioriij, lie spied h.s iriend Jackson,  "���������*shy' .j ad-son, how are ye?' he  exclaimed. 'Are ye out for pleasure,  or is yer wife along?' "���������i.-hiladelpliia  Telegraph.  HELP  THE  CHILDREN   OUT  The trouble and annoyanee which  they cause you by their involuntary  luiirngs at night is not usually theii  fault, but the result of constitutional  weakness. Write Mrs. Summers, Box  77, Windsor, Out., and she" will send  iree to any mother her successful home  treatment, with full instructions.  Tnis treatment is ellective also with  adults and aged people who ��������� are  troubled with the same weakness.  vVrite today. 4b  Galloping   Over   a    Rough  Road In the Andes.  In golne over oue of the mountain  winds on the way to tbe crest of tbe  Andes the traveler, has need of steady  nerves. A passage In "The Andean  Laud." by 0. 8. Osborn, describes tbe  Journey.  , The road is narrow and rocky and  rutty and steep, with no wails to  speak of except tumbledown ones that  Increase the danger by their false suggestion of safety, and in one place tbe  v-jagon would fall 5..000 feet if. It  should roll off tbe edge of the mountain.  The road has no graceful sweeps or  round, easy curves as it takes Its way  up the titanic heights, but rather it  zigzags like the teeth of a saw, ascending iu short -stretches .and doubling  back at sharply acute angles., leaving  very little room for a team and wagon  to turn ,ln when driven slowly  carefully and two abreast  ,  Now, imagine, if you can, the horses  driven madly in a gallop,,no trot-tbat  would be slow���������but in quick, short  Jerky Jumps, such as the mustang-like  animals would make under tbe saddle  when pressed.  Tbe short, high coach follows the  cavorting horses. Jerking, careening  und springing like a small boat sailing I tut wildly choppy sea. Vou perceive that tbe wheels are strong and  the springs, loo, and the whole rig evidently intended for chariot,racing.  The driver groans, yells, whistles  shrilly, cracks his thick rawhide whip,  lashes bis horses and does everything  Ire knows that will Inspire fear aud  Induce speed. All this you become accustomed to In a measure on your  dash up the narrow road dug into and  blown out of the giant ribs of the towering mountains.  HE IS THANKFUL  HE HEARD OF THEM  THAT'S WHAT ANTOINE COTTEN-  01 RE    SAYS    OF    DODD'S     ,  KIDNEY PILLS.  aud  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  "She talks twice as much as the  othor girls I know. "Yes���������she has a  double chin."���������Cleveland Leader.  .Fresh Supplies in Demand.���������Wherever Br. Thomas' Eclectric Oil has  been- introduced increased supplies  have been ordered, showing that wherever it goes this excellent Oil impresses its power upon, the people. No  matter in what latitude it may be  found its potency is never impaired.  It is put up in most portable shape  in bottles and' can be carried without  fear of breakage.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Colas,  &c.  A Rush  Interview "  Great Statesman (after being called  out of bed at 2 a.m. and graciously  submitting to a long'interview on the  political situation in a cold room)���������  And now, may I ��������� ask, my young  friend, if you will kindly send me  twenty- copies'.qft this interview when  it appears-iri ".the great "daily-'which  you so ably represent?  Dear Y. F.' (briskly)���������Oh, this ain't  for no paper! You see, I belong to the  School of-Journalism, and had orders  to work up a rush interview with some  well known politician so I just, came  to see you. Much obliged, sir."Good  morning, sir." ���������    -  "Why did you tell your friend that  the dressmaker had totally ruined  your dress?"*  "Oh, I simply thought it would  make her happy."���������Fliegende Blaet-  ter.  Judge���������I am led to understand you  stole tlie watch of the doctor who had  just written a prescription for you at  the free dispensary. What have you  to say for this charge?  Prisoner���������Well, your honor, I found  myself in a desperate quandary. His  prescription said a "a spoonful every  hour," and I had no timepiece.���������Fliegende Blaetter.  AN INSPIRING TRIBUTE.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is  the result of expert chemical experiments, undertaken to discover a preventive of inflammation of the lungs  and consumption, by destroying tlie  germs that develop these diseases, and  till the world with pitiable subjects  hopelessly stricken. The use of this  Syrup will prevent the dire consequences of neglected Colds. 'A trial, which  costs only 25 cents, will convince you  that this is correct.  Guest���������Waiter, take away this full  cup and bring me a cup with just a  little coffee in it.  Waiter���������Mighty little coffee in that,  sir; couldn't be" less.  "What did the poet mean when he  called his country 'the land of the  fro" and the home of the brave'?"  "He was probably referring to bachelors and married men," said old Mr.  Smithers,  sadly.  Distressed Mother���������I am so worried  about my daughter, doctor. She goes  about so depressed. I'd give the world  to see her laugh. ���������   ���������  Family M. D.���������Get herinto a church  choir. i  Indignant Passenger (to railway  manager)���������Here, I say, I got a cinder  in my eye from one of your beastly  engines, ancl it cost me ten shillings  for a doctor to get it out andj dress  the eye. Now, what do you prop'ose to  do in the matter?  Railway Manager���������Nothing, my dear  sir, nothing. We have no use for the  cinder, and you are perfectly welcome to it. No doubt, strictly speaking, you did go off with our property  ���������the cinder, of course, was not yours  ���������but we do not care to make a fuss  about such a small matter. Pray do  not give the incident a moment's  thought. '  A policeman in an English country  village, where "cases" were rare, one  clay came across his landlord in an  incapable state. The chance was too  good to be missed, so thc landlord  was summoned ancl fined to the  amount of 14s. Cd.  The fine was paid, but the policeman's feelings can be better imagined  than described, when, on reaching  homer, he found his rent had been  raised 6d. per week, and so it continued for twenty-nine weeks, when  the landlord coolly informed him that  "he had paid the fine, and could have  his house at the former rent."  A little boy was killed on a viaduct  in a certain Texas city. A father was  trying to describe him to his little  son. The child tried to recall the  dead child, and, failing, said sorrowfully to his parent, "I wish it had  been Patty O'Hagan���������I know him."  A Legal Difference.  The Client-How much will your  opinion be worth In this caseV -The  Jjiwyor���������I'm too modest to say. But  I can tell you what I'm golnr* to charge  you for It.���������Cleveland Leader.  equals ia nourishing properties teri pounds of meat.  Your physician can tell you  how it does it     ,  JOR BALE t'7 .*!._ UKnaOIBTfl  ���������.;��������������������������� r .  8������nd 10o., n������mo of pupcr mid this oil, for mi  tMinutl'ul Huilniis Hunk i.i.il Ulillil'is Bki.tuU-U^.k  KiMih bank i.'uutul,i>< k UikkI Lia-k Voiuijr,  ���������k     SCOTT & BOWAE  126 Walliniton Sireel. W* st       Toronto, On*    i    ,       11 ���������������  W. H.'U.,  No., 779.  Cramp  Friend (looking over Krnwn's tinfur-  hlMheil flnti-Aiid what Is this passageway for? Brown��������� Passageway! .Omit  Scott, this Is tl.k- dining rooiul-Boston  Transcript.  -It Is dlllleult to say who do you the  rnoat mischief, enemies with the worst  Intentions or friend*- with the best.���������  Li'ttoo. ' ���������-���������  "Have you ever heard tlie story of  ..\lgy and the Boar?" asked a boy of  his father. "It's very short. 'Algy  met a boar; the bear was bulgy; thc  bulge was Algy.' "���������London News.  Crusty���������I'm bored; that's all.  Borerri���������Don't you feel wellP  Crusty (who has been yawning at  Ror-un'fl jokes)���������I feci like a well, and  artesian well.  Borem--I-don't follow you.  Sillicus���������Do you believe there is  honor among thieves?  CynicuB���������No. they are juat as bad  as other people.  In a home where the mother is  somewhat aggressive ancl the father  good-natured and peace-loving, a  child's estimate of home conditions  was tersely expressed the other day.  While dressing, the mother paused in  the act of putting on her shoes and  said: 1 certainly am easy on shoes.  I have worn these for four mouths. I  don't, know what you would do, John,  if I wore not. I am easy on everything." The little girl looked up from  her dolls and remarked: "Except  father."���������Success.  In the licreafter,the.man encountered a singular group of animals���������two  or three beavers an otter and some  seals, all shivering, although the climate, to say thc least, was mild.  "We were skinned for your wife's  furs," they explained civilly, upon  observing  his  perplexity.  He started 'and broke into a loud  laugh.  .  "So was I!" quoth he, and joined  them; and thenceforth they wandered  on together.  Scott���������"Half the peoploin the world  don't know what the other half are doing."  _  Mott���������"No; that is because thc other  half are doing them."���������Boston Transcript.  "I am going to embark in some sort  of business and want to know whether  you think there is much money in  moving pictures?" "Thero wns for a  fellow moved a half-do*.en of ours,"  said the flat dweller. "He charged us  $10."���������St. Louis Star.  "Why, in emigrating to America,  have you plunned to leave your youngest son behind?"  "Oh, I guess he'll follow later. He  has just been appointed cashier in a  Berlin bunk."  Flatter a man if you .want him to  have implicit faith in your judgment.  The kindtbstpleasespeople  iiiii  pill  PURE ^WHOLESOME  BI*__tf 1_ I IN U-U--AIIA.  EKGILLEH CO.LTD.TORONTqONT.  ���������n^__������������^_������____MB_i_ro____M_������a__M__M_^������_M_������i I     _���������__  Touching Scene That Occurred In the  House of Representatives.  From a volume by Hon. A. E. Stevenson. ���������'Something of Men I Hare  Known," ts taken this account of au  incident which deserves a place ln  memory:  A touching scene occurred In the  bouse of representatives a number ot  yearsago when an aged member from  .New Jersey arose and for the first  Lime addressed the speaker. All eyes  were turned in tils direction as he  stood calmly awaiting recognition, lie  was tall, spare and erect His venerable appearance and kindly expression, coupled with most courteous  inaiiiiors. at once commanded attention. As In busky tones he again said  "Mr. Speaker!" there came from the  farthest end of the great hall in a  whisper, but distinctly heard by all.  tbe words, "Sweet Alice, BeD Bolt"  A moment later and from tbe floor and  gallery many voices ' blended in the  familiar refrain. "Don't you remember sweet Alice. Ben Bolt?"  The ovation which Immediately fol  lowed was such as is rarely witnessed  lu the great ball. Business was suspended for tbe moment and tbe hand  of the new member warmly grasped  tiy the chosen representatives of all  parties and sections. It was au Inspiring tribute, one worthily bestowed.  The member was Thomas Dunn English, author of the little poem, sung In  palace aud cottage, whieb bas found  its way into all languages and touched  all hearts.  The Man Behind the Gun.  Tbe late Admiral Krben bad tbe good  fortune or the merit to originate a  world circling phrase, "tbe man behind the gun." He used it in a speecb  on the-factors of success in naval warfare to emphasize the necessity of  having efficiency, preparedness, run  through the entire personnel. It was  also a reminder thnt the eulisted men  have a good deal more to do with  bringing about victory than always  appears ln history or official rpports.  The expression was employed in supplementing the views of Captain Ma-  linn and attained circulation at once  as epitomizing a whole library .of instruction.���������Boston Transcript  They Cured His Diabetes .After the  Doctors Had Failed to Give' Him  Relief���������What Dodd's Kidney Pills  Do and Why.-  - St. Pie de Guire, Yamaska Co.' Que.'  (Special).���������That there is one sure cure  for deadly Diabetes, and tha������'cure is  Dodd's Kidney Pills is proved.once i  more in the case of Mr.' Antoine Cot-  tenoire, a well known resident of this-  place. ' ���������  "1 am thankful I ever heard ,'of  Dodd's Kidney -Pills," Mr. Cottenoire  sLates. "They cured me of Diabetes.  I sulfered witli Backache. 1 always-  felt drowsy. I had severe headaches  and, my limbs would cramp. I had a  dizzy feeling and felt -Lired in the  region of the kidneys, with a' dragging ',  heavy sensation across the'loins.  "I was treated by the doctors, but  got no benefit from them.    'Then  !l-  heard of cures made by Dodd's ,Kid--  ney Pills, and made up my mind to  try them.   I took in all three dozen  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills.   To-day ,  I am free from Kidney trouble'of all  kinds. -'    ,       '  "Dodd's Kidney Pills also cured me-,  of stomach trouble from which I suf--.r  fured for twenty-five years,"  Diabetes is one of the most deadly  forms of Kidney Diseases. But Dodd's  Kidney .Pills cure airy form.of Kidney  Disease. They also by curing the Kid- '  neys cure all those diseases that come/  from disordered Kidneys,, such as'  Rheumatism, Lumbago and Heart  Disease.  >���������  Babylon's inhabitants frequented  libraries seventeen centuries before  Christ.  The publisher of the best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states: *      -_.'���������.  "I would say that I do not know of  a medicine that has stood the test of  time like MINARD'S LINIMENT. It  has been an unfailing remedy in our  ''household ever since I can remember,  and has outlived dozens of would-be'  competitors and imitators."  in  He Takes Notice  She���������Do  you  take  any  interest  the woman suffrage movement ?  He���������Oh, yes.  She���������I'm so glad.  He���������I have to.  She���������You have to.  He���������rWhy, yes; you see, I'm a police magistrate!���������Yonkers Statesman.  Said a lady to Sir Arthur W. Pinero:  "I understand a certain comedian was  the kindest of fellows���������a man who  wrote to his wife every mf.il."  "Yes,"  said   a  well-known  actress,  "he writes a lot of flummery  .about  agony of absence, but he has never re-'  mitted a cent.   Do you call that kind-,  ness?"  I.itle Boy���������I want a dose of castor  oil.  Drngcrist���������Do you want the kind you  can't taste?  Little Boy (anxious to .get. even)������������������  No, sir; it's for mother  MADE IN CANADA.  The Waters Under the Earth.  Below a'deptb of six miles under the  surface of the earth's crust it Is believed that no water can exist In the  rock formations, because the tremendous pressure probably- closes all  pores. But above that level the quantity of underground water is estimated  to be equal to one-third of all tbe water contained In the oceans. If poured  over the land surface of the globe the  underground water would, it Is averred,  be sufficient to cover It to a uniform  depth of from 3,000 to 3.500 feet.  Rapid Transit.  In response to a growing demand In  his home a certain author once weut  to his father's house, borrowed tbe  family high chair and started taking it  borne by hand. He bad to wait long  for bis car. and when It Onalry came  Its conductor was a humorist  "Aren't you pretty big for that  cbnlr"." thnt official ventured.  "Yes." admitted Webster wearily.  "I grew up while waiting for the car."  ���������Success Magazine.  A PERFECT HOME REMEDY.  Endorsed by tbe Bntllsh Journals���������"LaaodtL"  "Scleace gifting!,'1 "Healtb."  Supplied to British Soldiers in South Ablet.  Far all Throat and aland Troubles, r]*ssrl<*.  Lamps,, Abt<������f ���������������������������, Old Soros,, Ulcors. faUatv  Bkln DMesisi, Ecx������ma, Ptmplea, stiff Jalatav  BheamatUm, Lumbago, Sprains. Bralsfle,  rila*. Cute,, Sore F������������t aad "Trass Bims.  MMbyDrugffiijt^SSo, Try It one  Do you trap or buy  Fur:,? I am Canada's,  largest dealer, I pay  hfphestprices. Your  shipments solicited.  I pay mail and express charges; remit  promptly. A,so larsrest dealer in Beefhides,  Sheepskins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  sent free. ( a.  JOHN   HALLAM, TORONTO  Cures Slraintd Pullr Ankles.Lj'mpli*nii!1r.  Poll Evil, Fistula. Sorci, Wire Cult, Bruis-  i*, ���������������<*.SwceIIta������_������* lameness, ind Allan  ram Quickly wilhoul BUiterintr, removing  the hair, or laying- the horae up. Pieman!  Jouse.a2.op prr bottle at dealers or delivered.   Horse Book 5 D free.  * rf ���������,A*-������������������������SB,PE* JR" (manklnd.������1.00 BoV  Shf tle.)*-or6tralns,Oont,VarlcoseVelns,V������������.  leocele.Ilydrncole, frontatltls, kills pain.  W. F. rOUNG, P.O.F.. 137 Vjiple V.. Sprinalield. M���������s.  lAIlFtS Ltd.. Bo,/, .il, CmuIVwi IrtiaU.   "���������  llm taraithid by Martin 8olt ( WV.ae Co., Winaipea;  foe National Onia 5 Chtmi.il Co., WianiKl ud Caloary;  :. Co. Iii.. "---  ���������ad HendcrtOB Bros.  Viucoutcr.  Exclusive. ���������  "My ancestors came over In the Mayflower," said the haughty lady.  "Oh. yes," rejoined Mrs. Cumrox.  with Interest. "Mine didn't. None of  my family ever cared for those big excursions."���������Washington Star.  Genius.  "Why Is It." asks n writer In Fllo-  gende Blatter, "thnt when a man discovers thnt he Is a genius he allows  bis hair to grow long and that when  i woman becomes similarly conscious  -be has her hair cut short?"'  Mistress���������I don't want you to have  so much company.' You have more  callers in a day than I have in a week.  Domestic���������Well, mum, perhaps if  you'd try to be a little moie agreeable you'd have as many friends ns I  have.���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  Tubb���������Old boy, T want to congratulate you on. your speech at the banquet last night.  O'Sudds (after waiting a moment)���������  I know you do, pard, and you're awfully sorry you can't do it truthfully.  I appreciate the effort, just'ihe same.  Nasty weather, isn't it?���������Chicago Tri-J  bune.  THE SAFETY CORN SHAVER  Shaves away the corn or callous  spot, wafer after wafer, as if by  magic.  NO   DANGER���������NO  PAIN.  Avoid using dangerous knives and.  razors.  'Next time may be fatal.  Buy ANTICOR to-day. Price  $1.25. Three double-edged blades  with each shaver.  Absolutely guaranteed. Ask any  denier.  CANADIAN MERCHANDISE. Ltd..  Hunter-Hose Building, Toronto."  CpiD   FEET  C&RED for  $i.2S  Sizes  3 to 12  Wen's _ women's  Ohl'dren'B Slien  Only $1,00  naasrawmaaaast  Wa guarantee wona feet by woarmit our Famoii  WOOD-SOLED  BOOTS  on "Lountciieoi.u  Lined with thick warm fait. Keep the feel  warm at M Mow, Weal hooti. for farm and  stoblo. ThouFttndn of Tytlmonlji. "reiied.  Try a sample pair or two-Von will bo dalwhted.  Oanh with order.   Sent In ruturn.  Scottish  (Wholesale)  Specialty Co  lllopt. SOi UK Prlni-em Bt-. Winnipeg. Man  (Ai>k your dealer to got them.)  Eend a Pout Card for ''atnloituo. THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  The  Union  Hotel  Eholt, B. C.  A COMFORTABLE  HOSTELRY  John A. frTcf/IasteiT  Proprietor.  One Pt-lton Water Wheel, 3 feet  diameter, with shaft, boxing and  nozzle.  One Automatic Ball and .Spring  Engine Governor for Si inch steam  pipe.    Apply to  R. ELLIOTT, Kaslo, jj.'o.  nelson, B. ���������.  11KO. I\  1VK1.LS, I'ropriotor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  PHOENIX ������g  The nearest hotel to the &C  Granby mines.   One of the W5  largest dining rooms in the (Kj  city.   The bar is   replete Cjij  with nerve bracers of all V<  &  05  About Float.  Float is not a periodical.  It i.s a bonk containing SO  illii>.tratii-ii8  all told, and  jh filled with sketches and  stories of wei-turn life.    It  tells how a gambler cashed  iii after the fliibh days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New IX-liver   long   after  Noah  was  dead ;   how a  parson   took  a   drink' at  Dear Lake in early days ;  how jm-licc was dealt in  Kaslo   in   "93 ;   how  Ihe  saloon man outprayed tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.    It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are   printed  three  western  poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.    Send for  one before it is too late!  The   price   is   25   cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.' Address   all   letters to  /?. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B C , and the price is $i a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  J?.SO a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C,  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD B C, MARCH 17, 19IO.  A blue mark hero indicates that  your   Subscription   has   ,  become   deceased,   and  that the editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  DEATH OF HOUSTON.  ������ij  kinds, and  the  most  fra- IV  grant cigars.   Drop up and t_  see me.  A. 0. JOHNSON  PROPRIETOR. r,-(  PioneeP  Jrlotel...  Gtfeem-uood, S. C  The oldest hotel in the city, and still  under the same management. Rooms  ^comfortable, meals equal to any in the  city, and the bar sppplics only the best  Corner of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J. W. JSlelson  ' "   . . THE  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Js the place for Peep-o'-Day Cocktails    and   Evening   Night-Caps.  JJuttermilk a specialty during the  warm season.  Dempsey, & Rippeto.  J. E, Oameron.  Leading Tailor of tho  Kootenays.   .  Kaslo, B. C.  ���������������������������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. & tbelin $ ���������o��������� nelson  91 IN Kit AT. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  no ncE  Colby Mineral Claim, situate in tlie Gieenwood  MiniiiK Division of Yule District. Where  loriUtil: On Kelly (Jrck, Similkameen District.  TAKE NOTICE Hint -ve. Wm 'T.Smitli and  GenrKC D. (JiiiiniiiKh.im. Free Miner's Uertili-  viitos No'. lST.il'l.'l mill H-jli'iUl. intend, sixty  dais from tho date hereof, to apply to the  .Miniiitf-Heeord"!- for a Certilieate of Iiniirove.  moult., for the purpose of obtaining 11 Crown  Gr.mt to the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must, be commenced before tbe  issuance of .such Certilieate of IniprovemcnU  Dated this llth day of February, A. D. l'rto.  SIMILKAMEEN    LAND   DISTRICT.  Hotel  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Xb a comfortable home for  the miner and traveler.  Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Pure liquors and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  "P. V. CHISHOLM, PnopiHBTOB.  THE HOTEL GRANBY  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand.Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial institutinns of thc city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when iu the city.  FRED RUSSELL  ���������District of Yale.  Tiike ISolico that I, Mark Chri-.!eiisen. of  Boundary Fall-;, fnrmcr. intend to apply for ner-  mi?-.ion to purchase the follo-vins describe I  land: Coinmeiiciiur at a post planted at the  north east corner of T. L -Mil ..on tliu cast of  Boundary Fulls, thence north II chains, thence  we-t-'0 chains, thence .south I1) chains, thence  cist :;<> chain- to thc point of commencement,  containing 8!) nrre-, more or less.  Dated the loth day of January, l'll'i.    ���������  MARK CIIRISTESSEN.  When  John   Houston   died   in  Quesnel  the other day the West  lost one of its most fearless, industrious and picturesque journalists.  Since the days of'71 in Virginia  City John had beeu identified with  the fourth estate in all tho states  between  Alaska and  Mexico.    A  little   over   twenty  years ago he  caine into B. 0. aud since then his  name lias become almost a household word  in  this province.    He  published papers at Donald, New  Westminster,   Nelson, Ainsworth,  Kaslo,   New    Denver,   Rosslaud,  Prince Rupert and Fort George.  With the exception of three, they  were all pioneer papers���������tho first  in   camp.    Houston  was   fearless  and  used his papers as a rule to  further    his   political   aims   and  ideals.     He   was   egotistical   and  could not brook opposition.    If he  could not rule an individual or a  party he would tight them to a red  finale,    ne   was troubled  with a  weak digestion and a cranky Jiver,  and these two demons often caused  hirn to abuse his friende and act in  a manner that lead the thoughtful  to exclaim that the  wall  is only a  knifeblade   seam  between   genius  and .insanity.    His heart was big  as an ox when  you  found the key  to it, but his hatred was intense if  you   threw   mud    at   his   ideals,  theories or plans. He was a fighter,  mentally and" physically and this  quality made  hirn a  hero  in  the  eyes of the men  who blazed, the  trails in the wild, -rich and beautiful West.    John did  not  love the  tender'feet or the "Johncomelate-  Iies," as he was wont to call them.  He was a natural pioneer, and the  fresh, rough life of a new camp appealed more to him than the white  shirts of an effete, even if perfumed  civilization,    ne was blunt in his  manner, but those  who knew him  best could ever see the broad vein  of gold that ran through his formation.    Death  pays many   a   debt  and   makes   our   enemies   throw  bouquets where once they  heaved  rocks, so since  John  climed  the  golden stairs to push clouds with  the  angels,  all,   both  friend   and  foe, are eager to decorate his bier  with the flowers of love, and regret  that nature in  its ruthless march  had  caused him  to drop his able  pen and cross'the divide into that  mysterious territory that lies beyond   the  grave   from' which  no  prospector has ever returned.  police should have all the villains  who sell it punished. It would ho  better for Prince Rupert to havo  licensed hotels and not a lot of  dens that retail booze that even '-.  country hog would not drink.  In the wild and beautiful ' west.  some people throw money at the  birds, but away back iu Cleveland,  Ohio, there lives a saloon, man who  throws booze at the birds. He  soaks a quantity of bread crumbs  in whiskey and scatters the crumbs  where the sparrows may help  themselves. Then he sits and  amuses himself watching the antics of the unsuspecting birds. A  customer came along the other day  and criticized his act. declaring  that it was not humane, but the  saloon keeper says that the birds  enjoy it as much as he does or he  wouldn't doit. He says the same  birds come back day after day afid  bring along other sparrows of liberal views on the drink question.  Moreover, he points out that the  alcohol helps them tof withstand  the rigors of this northern climate,  and does not shorten their lives, as  a sparrow only lives a short time  anyway.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made iu Nelson  and can bo bought in nearly every  mountain town.  have announced that they will proceed with improvements contemplated in the Northwest. This  men ns that there will bo no interruption to the development of the  old as well as tho* new towns and  cities along the rights 'of, way of  those railroads. This year promises much for tho states of Oregon,  Washington aud Idaho.  The latest designs in wall papers  can be seen at Cole's Rook store, .  Joe Ogden is leaving Trail to  live iu Vancouver.       - .   '  The Vancouver Mania.  A regretable feature of tho real  estateboomisthat.it is crippling  industry and development the province.    The boom has degenerated  into a wild aud reckless gambling  which  has ��������� assumed colossid proportions,   and  the end of   which  will be the further enrichment of a  few rich men, while it will bring  ruin  to thousands,  just as   happened iu the real estate booms of  Toronto and Wiunipeg some years  ago. An undeveloped province can  no more support a great city in the  throes of a boom than  the human  will can control the tide in Burrard.  inlet.    The Vancouver boom   recalls- the South Sea Bubble, tin*  bursting   of  which   was attended  such disastrous results, and thinking  men everywhere look forward  with  dread to the end of the Vancouver   boom   which  rnn-t   >v:>i"  sooner  or  later. * Bet to* rV>r ;��������� cr*  money wasted  in  th-    ������������������ : . _-t-sj���������. t-������  boom were diverted tn *��������� ,-.���������*��������� >" v<-li>p-  ment of the resources i-f    ���������*���������* province, establishing a  -on wi lM^is on  which   to   build. a   great  city.���������  Revelstoke Mail-Herald.  Insurance of any kind is a good  investment, whether life, accident  or fire: ' In*Phoenix D. J. Mathe-  Ron pays particular attention' to  this line of- business and those interested should consult.him at their  earliest convenience in person or  by'mail. ��������� ���������  Major Wood of the Northwest  Mounted Police at Dawson-fell heir  last fall to an estate valued at more  than $100,000. He has gone to  his home at Halifax, N. S., and  will probably quit the service.  For bargains in stove pipes call  ���������at The Ledge office.  In Phoenix S. T. Matthews'is  opening a four-chair barber shop  in the store formerly occupied by  H. James.  i At Craig9s: Cash' Stote ���������  V-     " ' Quality is acknowledged,   purity 'guaranteed.    Inspect  ������ - our/stock and see our big reductions. ("-.It's our quality  ������ that attracts,  and. our, pi-iees  that "sell.'" Ttiis "week's  ' Specials :'       ' '        '- -   . '^     v .' -   ���������'. *  Men's heavy untearable 'Tweed Pants, $3.00, this-week' 82.50  Regatta Shirts (Neat Patterns) - - - : .81.73, this' week, 80.90'  Before moving into our New Store we are determined to  . reduce our imtrieuse stock, uot oa- a 5. per cent, reduction ,i--v  9 bisis, but buying here means saving money.   '        ; '  t   We Lead, Others Try to Follow. .     J   t  Several men in Nome have been  fined $100 for conducting raffiVs  for turkeys in their saloons."  THE  BRIDESVILLE HOTEL  Thos. Walsh, Proprietor,  Bridesville, B. C.,   provides excel-  cellent accommodation for tourists  arid travelers.  " Unequalled for Domestic Use;"  *-Vt/nM.rVm >~n  ���������..!  Eggs for Setting  Thorough*!!---.'!   H ,ro  for Setting, SI 50   :':>r  qiiiii.tirie���������50  Rocic Eg"*.  13 "   -Uri**.*--  ||V:  PvBBrns & m  Dealers in Fresh.and Salt'Meats,JFish','.-, "  /   -        and Poultry.-   Shops in nearly all tlie \.    .,  y- towns* of  Boundary and Kootenay!  /, COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  w ������������������.,...,,  p^**&'*,JV',*/<V',i^',ft^t'/v*v*v,fce^ .  Is k-ji.ll'-I";  ���������M'poin:.-.'  ���������"I--'-*;-'.  <'1TJ  Price,  R. .1  '<���������  :fl jii -,in- heart of thi  li;<r-.kiK-e of all the bank.--.  -" -tt-i ,  I'-le^M-ph nfiit  '   vvLrii   h'.A, -^lit'"  ns   /i'hi-- !v,.r t-i/ii*  ��������� '    .?:<J    ."iii   <'}>-    '  and  within  restaurants,  '. f'tc_ The build-  uifl Ins ii ladi.-ilor "'  !"���������"'   ���������!--j*; _������������������'.���������'���������< irry  . There are no blanks iu a box of  K and H cigars. ���������������������������They all draw  and 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 and H cigar.  Try one.and be convinced.  AS -" \ V KR  U -!:.   - I-  Uulii-  i-old-  iTlk-M  SI.50:  K      -.     '������������������.'���������'���������     ���������   '    i.s  .AN,;     "-    ! l  ,���������,.-..,-  wr.   > ���������, , 1 -..'I,   SI  mIvc- fl. >>; .-.iiver lend,  silver, with co|>pur or lend,-^3.50: aim:,  f,l\ ������ilvi!i--le;itl-ziiit-, ' $1. . Prit-tjs for  otliur nit-tala on apiiliuHtiou. Luna-distance 'phone 67. -P. 0 B-ix, B lloS,  Nelson, B C,  NOTICE  The  National  The two highly bred stallions of S.  .   A. Crowel],  JACK MASON, 50796,  AND  Cautona, 44f94,  will make the first of the season at  Home, Midway, B. C.  Jack Mason, 50790, Record 2:15,  will be at home until the 1st of  May, and  Cautona, 4-1791, will be at homo  until tlie Jst of July, and will f-erve  marcs at ������25.00 for the season,  payable at lime of service. For  particulars apply to  SAML. A. CROWELL,  Midway, IJ. C,  Give dogs plenty of bones and  grass and they will not get rabies.  The ruling passion is strong even  in old 'age. * In Mexico recontly  President Diaz attended a bull  fight.  HftS home cooking and home-made  preserved fruit,  Sunday Dinners a Specialty,  Mpals served from 6 a, m. to9p, m.  A .Bar in Connection.  Plenty of, warm, clean and pleasant  rooms at reasonable pi'iceH.  niii'jue, indupmiflaiit 01  mil over prodiii:i!iliiiCa:  ���������LOWE lY'S CLAIM*.  Dnrimf (lie, "7 months thnt Lorvnry'e  Claim w<iH on crirtli it did birsincH.s rill  avur the world. It wa.s tho moat  id fcnrlpus jour-  nntla I'nliticnl  and tli('olo'-ic,il t'tirrtriea pur.^iied it with  the vijiioin of n rnttlesiinl-e until the  ���������.ovenmik'iit shiit it out of tlio mailn,  nnd its editor ticasrid to puJilieh it,  paitly on -recount of a ''In sty liver and  partly beo.tiiKe it takes n pile of money  to rim a pnpt-r that is outlawed. There  are still 25 differont ndftions of tlii-r con-  ili-iriij'-'l journal in print. Send lOcr-nta  arid net one pr fi 50 and crot Die hunch  .: ' "��������� " R. T LOWERY,  Qrcunwood, B, 0,  In France eggs are sold by the  pound. This method gives the  little rgg an equal show with the  big one.  The real estate boom at the  coast is taking money that should  be invested in developing the resources of the country..  The raising of goats will yet be  a large industry ip this province.  The government should give tlie  industry somo assistance.  Gambunci is prohibited in the  Boundary towns, so thc people are  betting their money upon coast real  estate. "When the bump comes  how the tears will flow and brimstone mingle with the ozone.  Some restaurants in tho west  now provide vaudeville acts to  amuse their customers. The Toronto Star remarks that it must be  funny to a fellow who is trying  hard to cat a tough chicken while  FOine ballad sing'-r is warbling:  "Don't forget your mother wheu  rihe'sold."       The new liquor license law in  B. C. forbids tlie sale of booze to  tramps, vagrants and habitual  drunkards. The temperance orator, if he is up to date, would say  that the above class should have  all that tht-y can get: but that the  joyful.water should not be sold to  those who have never drunk it.  Fort George.  The Fort George Tribune says :  Last   fall   but four- men   (A. G.  Hamilton, James Cowie, W. JKen-  uedy   and   John   Houston)   were  counted on as likely to remain at  Fort   George   during the winter.  Forty have wintered  here.    Last  fall the only sounds heard were the  sing-song calls of Indian youths.  The steam whistle of a sawmill is  now heard three times a day. Last  fall there wasn't a staked town lot  or a road at Fort George.   Today  owners of Fort George real estate  'are   scattered   throughout   every  province   in   tho   Dominion   and  every state in the union, and business men advertise the names of  the streets, on which  they are located.    Last fall there was no talk  of a ppring rush.  ,In three months  over 250,000 acres of land have  been 6taked for settlers, and their  notice of intention to purchase the  land are inserted in a newspaper  that   was   not   in   existence four  mouths ago.    Last fall the traveler  from the outside was four days to  two   weeks on the road between  Ashcroft and   Fort   George   (330  miles).    Today the -B. C. Express  company,.owners of mail-carrying  stage   lines   and   steamboats,  are  advertising that from first of May  they will  land passengers at Fort  George in  three. dayB from Ashcroft.    Last fall" 250 letters and  separately addressed .parcels were  the total of tho mail deliveries are  now over 1,000 a'month. -A year ago  the receipts of the postoffiee for a  year   were   $88.     For   the three  months ending January 31st, 1910,  the receipts from the sale of staiiip1-  wero 8389.25.    Last year it cost  tbe department   8000   to deliver  mails at Fort George.  Mrs. Beeton's- and the White.  House cook books for sale at Colo's  Book Store.  STASKEY & CO.  ' NELSON, B. C. '  wholesale   *  dealers in;  Produce   and   Provisions  t  .'l-llll-   ?(1   l '-I'  H.  :-:v  JPR.ETOR   !������������������-  ' ���������kV*<*t*',i*V--*^-'--^'*'&^  -~ -^������������������'���������.^���������o-.^^'S,-'*'  :***-k''S{������������S������'^ki''^-^^^^  1 e  GREENWOOD  AND  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m. J. McDonell.  Greenwood, is the home for workingmen of all nations. It is  convenient to the smelter on the.hill. ' The dining -room- is supplied with tasty and substantial food, while the bar contains the  best wet goods' in the' market. Electric lights .all over the  premises.    Hot and cold baths.  Ola  Lofstad,   Proprietor  Frank Fletcher������'-���������  Provincial LAND'Sui^VEYbB, *-  , ������������������Kelson, ,B. C.  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Connection Fractional Miner,nl CInira, situate  in thc Oreenwood Mining Division of Vale  District. Whore located : In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A.tcmiu h.  White, Free Minor's CertlBcate No. B 265S7,  iiitcnt.sixty (1.1 Vb from thc date hereof to apply to ihe MiniiiK Recorder Corn (.'crtilicnte'of  Imirovements. for thi: purpose of obtaining a  CroivnGrunt of thc above claim.   *  And further take notice that action, under  section ST, must ho commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  L, Datedfithis 17th day of Fohrniiry, A. D 1910.  ABTEMUS L. WHITE.  SiiJ-HfT-ipi',  Of  cnj-iul  In Prince' Rupert recently a  spotter for, the Empire found 99  ''blind pigs" and dens of iniquity,  A good deal of the booze sold in  these joints is made pufc of water,  wood alcohol and tobacco;Z juicp.  This kind of :dope is liable to give  people  stomach  trouble and the  Seattle is h(ivi!><r a  fight; that in." a Iv-i-.i-li  irits want to coin, to deattlr .unl  erect a few sixteen to twenty story  buildings. 'Some local business  men are opposed to it; they declare that the suljsoil of Seattle is  such as will not provide a foundation for skyscrapers. The answer  goes bakdc that 'the soil is all right ���������  that the real kick is if the fikj*-  scrapers.go tip they will house so  many tenants tnat those who expect to erect email office buildings'  will be unable to find people, to  occupy them.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  THE   KOOTENAY    SALOON  Sandon, B. C, has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any "moun-  t-*irj town ol the Great West. A  . guv, ol" aqua pura given free with  ���������'pirif menti.  TltKMi������.N'r    HOU.SK  M--1- "', ii (".., if> rim on t!i<- Am-  criwifi .'t:,'l Eiit->ijii>;ii' i)l,������>i Thi"-"  i- iini'ir,:*; ��������� ��������� !!m>- .���������!��������� mi rl:,i 'io;r'i-  OM-i'i'i im _ri������'ri i*p i'n- j.'U--.  ifuloii" & TivgllliM,  NKWIIAKKKI     IIDII-l.  I j th," honi" lor jiII liiiirrste and  ���������"i'lvirri's.  -,'i-<iijn<? New  Dun-  mii  V������*J  nti .li (/.hinibia  Honry Sfd^r. i'r������|ir.  ���������v-i-  The restauiant in  hotel never closes.  the  Windsor  i-i-ovjx-i-:  iioiroi.  Grand Forks, is a Inr-,-u thi-.-o-  (���������tm-y lii-iiik hntui ilwit provides  tho'riilrliu with jjoDil im-uls ������iid  pleasant roonra. A new huiklin"-  but the f-jtme old rates.  Kmll Larson, Proprietor,  li^KKVIKW   HOTKli  in Ni'lsori, B, C, emplnyt* all  white holp and is a home for the  world at jjl.OOn day.  B. _, Griffith, I'ropriotor.  TUK   KASLO   HOTEL  KbbIo, B. C,,  is a comfortable  home for alt who travel to that  city.  Oocklo & Piipwortn.  Although the Northern Pacific  and'..Great NorOheni, particularly  the latter, lost millions * by reason  of ^ glides ip the Cascades, tbey  SHEHISKOOKK   HOUSK  Nelson; B C One minuto'H walk  from C. P. R station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated npd yon-  tllated.  P<jyer Bros-, Tropt-'otorr-,  Far away fields are usually thought to be green.  This is probably why so many people, in the  Boundary, are constantly buying real estate and  stocks far from the district in which they. live.,  Why not put some ^of your speculating money in  ventures within a few miles of your own door, and  benefit yourself and the .country in which you  reside and make money ? *'***'  Tlie Ai-go Alining ancl Tunnel Co. of Greenwood  is organized under the laws of British Columbia,  with a capital stock   of $1-5,000,   divieed   into  500 000 shares at 25 cents each, non-personal Ha- ���������*  bility.   Adjoining Greenwood the company own-a  larue number of vriluab'e claims, wir.h high-grade  gold and coppor oru sliuwing on the surface.' The  T company is now t-ngagc-d./in running a 3.000-foot  '   tunnel to tap all thes" leads ar, great deptlr.  Every  indicati������������n is favorable to t:hc striking of valuable  deposits of ore, and  the time to invest .is now.  Soon as ore is encountered at great depth the. price  of stock will ascend  rapidly and the chances of,'  making big money out of a small investment will  not be so good.   The  time to speculate is when.  things are beginning.   The success of this big  tunnel means great wealth for the investors and  increased prosperity for the entire district  Investors and visitors to the district are cordially  invited to inspect the properties and view the work  being done in the tunnel.   For further, particulars  address the president or secretary.  OLA LOFSTAD, A. 5. BLACK,  gPrcaident, Secretary.

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