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 &c*  . \ ���������  ���������isl  m  <  \ a  x  ,,     .     REGINA   WATCHES  '���������AT ALL' PRICKS.',' ���������     -   .'.'-"'   '������������������'  ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  !A. LOGAN & CO. ,  WATCHMAKERS  AND  JEWELERS  FOR THAT TIRED FEELING  We have the Best Spring Tonic.  Only One'-Dollar a -Bottle  WHJXE_������BROS.  DRUGGiSXSvj   UfrS-SlU'c  /? .-CT  OPTICIANS.1  ji-i  N>  Vol XU.L  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 30,1907.  J UN  w  No. 47  I'       Of Local Interest - ���������  .Dr. jNTiviliison, dentist, Naden-  Flood block.  Tlio beuelili dance to Chas. Shaw  Friday" niglil was well attended,  netting about ������200.  Tho shaft of the Diamond is  down lo feet and has been running  through welbmineralized rock.  Thos. McAulay of Beaverdell  was in tho city the .early part of  this-week, leaving for home today.  Phil McDonald and Pat Hibkey  left   Thursday' last  for*   northern  ��������� Ontario   to   prospect   during   the  su miner.  Conductor M/csker returned Friday after a month's holiday and  is back on his old run .between  Midway and Nelson.  ,Losb���������Tn Greenwood Friday  overling, a lady's gold watch. Reward offered for its return ,to Jas.  H. Bush. Midway.  J). M. Curry, one "of the owners  of  the   Duncan   and   Bounty  on  ��������� Wallace mountain, was in the city  during the celebration.  T. M. Gulley, Kenneth MeKen-  zic and Isaac Goosney left  Satur-  * day for the coa������t to join the Nichol  son party going north  to Stewart  lake.  The   Greenwood   Athletic , club  gave its first entertainment Satur  day evening.    As no  complimen-  taries arrived at this oilicc  we are  unable to go into details.  ��������� C. IT. Fair had a narrow escape  from a foul tip which struck him  a glancing blow on the forehead  while watching the baseball game  I'Yiday hist. The umpire called it  a strike.  Sydney M.. Johnson, C. E., has  handed in his resignation to the  city council, to take effect July 1.  Mr. Johnson has accepted a position with tho Yale-Columbia Lumber company.  Jas. C, Dale came down from  Carmi Tuesday, having finished  tin: survey of some agricultural  and timber lands recently purchased from the C. P. Ii., and for  which a deal is now pending with  eastern capitalists  ��������� There  will be  baseball club tomorrow, Friday,  evening, to decide orr practice  evenings, and to devise other  means whereby the team may be  strengthened in its weak places.  All ineinbers'and supporters'of the  club should be present.  Protect your wild-eats by buying  a free miner's  8  ' "Cariboo Brand" Tape Gutta  Percha Fuse is the highest grade.  Hunter-Kendrick Co. are. distributors.'  Gus. Wheatley came down from  Beaverdell Tuesday, and left for  tho coast AVodnesday, to be gone a  couple of weeks. -  The Ladies'Aid of������_tho Roman  Catholic church will give a ball  and supper in the/old Masonic hall  June :12th.. The -best of mjisic.  Tickets SI.00. The ladies will  serve light refreshments. The object of making' the price $1 is to  give everyone a real good time  without costing too much. Refreshments will be served vat 25  cents a plate.  SETTLEMENT REACHED  lions (lump.ear loaders  ,ri 50  llainmersnieii, double or single.. -1 00  S.MKI.TKR���������TUttNACIC I'l.OOK.  Piirniico  man.'  -100  Helper.!....'  8 50  Slngnmn  .'1 00  Crane man  8 80  C en no chaser  3 50  Pot repairer '.. 8 25  Furnace pipe fitter '.. /. 3-10  Helper  8 00  Pot coupler, two furnaces  8 00  Pot coupler; three furnaces  8 25  All coinmonjabor, 8 hours  3 00  Engineers, sing'Irani.-  -1 00  brakernen -.'  3 50  Dump men  3 15  Dump trnt'lnrien  3 75  Yard I rack man  3 25  Digging- out furnaces  8 25  l-'KICD  FLOOR���������8 HOURS.  Feeder  4 00  First loader -.  3 50  Second loader  3 25  Motorman :  8 4(f  Track cleaner  3 00    3 50    3 1-5  ."  3 40    3 00  ^   I  a  meeting of the  This week a settlement^has'been  reached between the mine owners  of the district and their employees  which it is hoped will be permanent. The vote on the new scale  was taken Tuesday, aud the ballots were counted yestcrdaj' in  Grand Forks. A phone from that  place this morning stated that the  scale for the mines had been endorsed, but the smeller scale had  been turned down, Boundary. Falls  not voting. . As tliere are only a  few dollars monthly in dispiite  it is believed that there will be no  difficulty in coming to an agreement. In the meantime the men  are working at all the smelters.  Before leaving for Spokane this  morning, Superintendent Hodges  of the Granby was asked by the  men what he intended to do. He  replied that it would be necessary  for him to consult Mr. Graves before he could give a definite reply.  Although there is every prospect  of a permanent agreement being  entered into, the whole question  hinges on a few cents, and a little  hot blood on either side is liable to  cause a serious breach and leave  the whole matter in the same position it was before negotiations  were started. The situation is too  serious for comment either way.  A spark let fall at the present tiruo  might cause an  explosion.  Following is the scale of prices  agreed on  by  the  managers and  tho committees from the unions :  Sinking  $[ f,o  Raising nbovo 40 feet    4 50  Raising, up to-10 feet    -I 00  Bar-men    -I 25  Head scaleinan ,  Other scaleinen   Charge-car repairer   Helper'   URIQUKTTK J1TTJ,���������S HOURS.  Feeder  8 25  All others  3 00  SAMPr.n Mir.t���������8 hours.  Mill man    3 50  Crusher feeder;  3 25  All others ".. 3 00  First unloader    3 25  Second unloaJer  3 00  Unloading Crow's NeHt coke, car. 3 00  Blairmorc coke, per car  3 25  CONV1SKTUR .ROOM���������S  HOURS.  Skimmers  4 00  Helpers  3 00  Punchers '. 3 50  Tampers, 2 men  3 25  Crane man  8 80  Crane'ehaser  3 50  Elevator man  3 15  Ifnad liner  :-l 50  Quartz mill feedeis  3 30  All others *  3 00  1'OWF.R HOUSE���������8  HOURS.  Power house men  4 00  Helpers  3 00  Pump men .-  3 50  "Blowing* room engineers  4 00  Blowing* room inon  3 50  MAClIINK SHOP���������9 HOURS.  Machinists  4 00  First helper  8 50  Second helper  8 00    3 75    3 00    4 oo    3 oo    4 oo    3 oo    -too    4 oo'  garii  Boss chain  Helper   Boiler makers   ' Helpers   Sheet metal workero  Helpers   First Blacksmith   Second    Helpers    3 5o  Mechanics    4 oo  Pipe litters    3 5o  Helpers    8 oo  Carpenters' helpers    3 oo  Bricklayers, 9 hours    0 00  and, accompanied by Scotty Smith,  went to Gaudereau's cabin about  a quarter of a mile from, the boarding house. Shortly after Dale followed and fired several shots  tluough tho window' of' the cabin,  killing Cello and Gaudreau and  wounding Smith. This is practically the evidence brought out in  court.    ���������  After a number of challenges by  both the crown and the defense  tho following jurors were chosen  to try the case: Harry A. Sheads  (foreman), C. M. Melville, Murdoch McLeod, Edward Ripetto,  George Swayne, David Good,  Charles Somers, Colin S. McRae,  J. C. Castlema'n, J.f D. Graham,  Robert - Dempster' and James A.  Hickey.  -Thursday the evidence for the  crown was all in, and [an adjournment was taken until.' Friday at  10 o'clock on the request of the  defense. On court being opened  Friday morning 'Mr. Mcleod had  no evidence for* tho defense.  Mr. A. M. Whiteside, for the  crown, addressed the jury for  about twenty minutes, simply  ���������pointing out their duty to return  a verdict according to the evidence.  Mr. J. P. McLeod followed for the  defense. After his lordship's charge  the jury retired and in ten minutes  returned with a verdict of "guilty  of murder in,the first degree."  The prisoner* was then sentenced  to be hanged at Kamloops' on  Thursday, the 18th of July.  The other criminal cases did not  come up for trial. In the Niagara  murder case the man charged with  the crime has not yet been arrested. In the three cases from  Phoenix, in which the accused had | mendatious.  jumped their bail, his lordship instructed the crown prosecutor to  notify the attorney-general's department of the disgraceful manner in which criminal cases had  been handled by the magistrate at  Phoenix.  to'enable them  to carry out their  duties promptly.'  As we consider that the railroad  crossing at the Boundary Falls  smelter is decidedly dangerous for  passengers and traffic along the  road, we suggest that a diversion  of the road be made without loss  of time, especially as this matter  has already been brought to the  notice of the authorities concerned  without any apparent effect.  We also believe that so far as it  works within this district, the  Victoria; Vancouver and Eastern  railway does not comply with tho  spirit of the charter granted to it,  inasmuch as in the construction of  the main line and the spurs thereto  discrimination is made to the disadvantage of inhabitants on the  Canadian side of the international  boundary line.  We consider that the logging  'companies now working on tho  Kettle river should, have their attention drawn to the danger caused  to the bridges by their logs when  floated down the river* and that;  they should be called upon to take  steps to prevent such danger by  the construction.of shear booms or  by other means. '  We trust that your lordship's  stay in the Boundary district may  be a pleasant one and that you  may be long spared to "perform the  duties of your office.  W. L. C. Goitno.v, Foreman  Dlis lordship thanked the grand  jury and instructed the registrar  to have copies of the presentment  typewritten and forwarded to the  officials of local and' federal governments wliose duty it was to  consider and-act  upon the rccorn-  ���������AN-i-C^  ���������OT^tt-tst  j������        The Cefebration.j    ��������� M  license from George  Cunningham at the government  oilicc tomorrow. None genuine  without the rubber stamp.' This is  not a paid local but just a sample  .-. of what {lire government could do  if the officials were inclined to help  the newspapers out.  There will probably be a Jmatch  game of baseball in Midway a week  from Sunday, Juno i)th, between  tho Phoenix and Oro teams for  $-00 a side. Taking into consideration tho ability of both teams  to got into double figures, it might  not bo out of place to suggest  cricket as a substitute for baseball  in this particular match,  A. letter received from A. R,  Pope, formerly with tho Midway  and Vernon railway construction,  from Belgium, states he is to start  for Africa on  the .'JOth  inst.  and  ��������� ���������expects to bo in  that country for  two years, after which ho expects  to return to tho West Fork country and make his home at Carmi. ���������  He speaks  hopefully of tho early  ��������� construction of the /U id way   and  Vernon railway.  Muckers     3 50  Nippers     3 50  Chute-men     3 75  Chute helpers, not "to blast    3 50  Timber-men    4 00  Helpers    3 50  Drivers underground.-     8.00  Drivers, care for stock ....... - 8 ~r>  Loading and unloading cars and  handling powder.    4 00  Surface drivers, 9 hours.........   3 50  Surface drivers, caring for stock.   3 75  Helpers���������not to spit holes    8 50'  Skip tendons.. ,    4 00  Station tenders .'...   3 75  Cage tenders    8 50  Pump men    4 00  Blacksmith,......-... ........   4 40  IllnckHinith's helper.... :.   3 75  Carpenters'holpera.....    3 30  Laborers, surface.,..-'.' .-.   3 30  Machinists    4 10  Compressor cnaiuuors ".. 4 40  Motormeii     3 80  I Fend brakumuri    3 (!()  Hear bra Iceman...  ".'���������  3 50  3 -"������o  3 5o  3 00  4 00  3 5o  3' 00  3 00  3 00  Helper   Hod-carriers   All others'   Electricians   Klcctric wire repairers   Warehousemen ,  Watchmen on dam or smelter.  Teamsters]   Time anil a half for overtime and to  midnight double time.  Scale to go into effect at once at  Grand Forks, May 1 at Phoenix,  June I at Mother Lode, and July  1 at Greenwood and Boundary  Falls'smelters.  Following are tho committees  which represented the different  unions at the conference:  Phoenix���������W. J. Loutit, R. D.  Mitchell and IL Ileiderman.  Grand Forks���������Chas. Bunting,  Lindsay Cross aiitlT. Bennhiger.  Greenwood���������T. Lyons. J. D.  Davidson, George Whyte, George  Meatherton and Frank Steel.  Boundary Falls���������J. Harris.  Electric helpers . ., .. 3 80  Fircmen.S hours  3 80  Steam motoririeii  4 40  iroist mon, double drum.  4 50  Hoist men, single drum, 3 shifts. 4 U0  Ifoist men, sliiglodriuri, 1 or 2 " 4 25  Crusher men  8 60  Helpers  li 30  Pipe fitters, surface.....  1100  Pipe fitters, under  4 00  Truckmen.,,,  4 00  Helpers.... .'. 8 50  kailroad dump-car loaders  8 110  ASSIZE COURT.    ,  At .the sitting of the supreme  court hero last week, the only case  tried was Rex. vs. Jas, A. Dale,  for the murder of Joseph Cello at  Carmi October 14th last. While  intoxicated on that date, ,Celle and  Pete Gaiideroau called at the  boarding houso of Dale in Carmi  camp and had supper. During the  limothoy wero in the house a dispute arose in which one of tho  Frenchmen struck Dale on tho  head with a gun.    They then left  .GRASD   .JL'ftY'S  I'RKSENTMEXT.  May it Pm-task Youit Lordship :  The grand jury desire to extend  to you a cordial welcome on this  your first visit to the Boundary  district as a judge of the supreme  court.  Whilst the business of the present assize is somewhat large it is  duo to unusual circumstances,  which, we trust, will uot repeat  themselves in years to come.  We   have    visited    the  public  school and find it in ellicieut order  and   under good guidance.     The  average attendance has been good  The hospital of the Sisters of St.  Joseph   of   Peace   has   also  been  visited   and    the   accommodation  provided has been found excellent,  saving that we consider  the  provision for lire  protection   to be inadequate,   and   suggest that   the  city   authorities  be  requested   to  bring a   lire  hydrant  nearer  the  premises.  The jail has also been visited  and everything appears to bo in  excellent condition.  We submit that some increased  seating accommodation in the  court room be provided for those  who are called upon to servo as  jurors; and also that steps be  taken, if possible, to improve-the  acoustic condition of tho court  room. ��������� , .  Whilst acknowledging that many  of the recommendations of previous  grand juries have been carried out  to the satisfaction of tho inhabitants of tho district, wo beg to  bring forward a matter which has  appeared more than once in former  reports. We consider it advisable  in the interests of justice that tho  salaricH of provincial constables  should ho increased, so as to obtain  the services of the best 111011 and  111 Busy Vancouver.  George  Macdonald,   who   years  ago was a merchant in Sandou aud  Whitewater, has  opened a gents'  furnishings store in Vancouver  Eli Taylor, formerly of Sandon, I    Running Half Mile, free for  all  Tlie success of tho celebration  here proved tho wisdom of those  'advocating it. Visitors , were hero  from all parts of the district. '  , The baseball games were rather  disappointing. The lateness of the  season not allowing much time for  practice may account for this. The  horse racing and athletic events  were all well" contested. The drilling contest was .the best ever held  in Greenwood, and so close was  the, mucking contest that the  judges were compelled to declare  it a tie.  All the coinmittees carried their  work through without a flaw, and  the secretary had the ' prizes put in  envelopes and the winners were  paid as soon as the judge's decision was given.  The gate receipts for the^ two  days amounted to about $500.  Duringboth days the baud boys  wero kept on the jump making  connections with the different  events.  Following is a list of the prizewinners :  75 Yards clash, boys under 14 years���������  Thco. Hunter, first; Ked McMillan, second.  50 Yards dash, twirls under 14 years���������  Bertha Mason, first; Nellie Hcnwood,  second.  Putting-shot���������McPherson.  100 yards dash, open���������Charles Galloway, first; Jas. Richtcr, second.  Boys' lUcycle Race���������Chas. Hunter,  fir.st; Earl Shelton, second.  Rtinniiiir Loiif*; Jump���������Alex Munroe.  Running- High Jump���������Alex Munroe.  irOKSK   KACIN'G.  Trotting Race- Jas. Bush, first,T. A.  Crawell, second.  Saddle Horses���������C, Bubar, first;  Stone, second,  ^ Cowboy Race���������Charles' Bubar, first,  F. Bubar, second.  Cowboy, extra���������F. Bubar, first; Chas.  Bubar, second.  meos side of the river when all the  piles were driven on the Armstrong bridge, and is still bu this  side of the river.  It was reported at Oroville that  all the work had been called oil'  until after high water, and- a message to that effect came to Ifeciley  from an outbound passenger at  Oroville, but it has been heard  since that repair gangs are already  at work on the lower bridge, where  a pile-driver had been improvised  that was being operated by horse;  power.  For the falsework on the Armstrong '.bridge the bents were 1-1  feet apart, made .with piles driven  into the river bottom.. This did  not leave sufficient space for driftwood to get-through without coming in collision with the bents, and  the current cf the Similkameen  being abnormal iu its swiftness,  it was not to be wondered at that  the mishap should take place. During the last two years it would  most likely havestood the strain,  but the sudden rise this time and  the three years' accumulation of  driftwood was evidently too much.  Hedley Gazette.  Bananas, oranges, lettuce, radishes, asparagus, rhubarb ��������� aud apples at the Russell-Law-Caullield  store.  Mr. Macknight, (member of the  Professional Photographers Association,) City Studio, Greenwood, is prepared to photograph  groups, buildings, machinery, etc.,  anywhere within 100 miles radius.  made 840,000, in  Edmonton   real  estate.  Louie, the well-known Kootenay waiter, is running the Merchants' cafe iu Vancouver.  Dr. Power will some jday be  premier of this province.  Jim Cameron, formerly of Xew  Denver, has sold a timber limit on  the coast and is looking  for more.  W. W. Merkley died a few days  ago aged Go. He was buried in  Morrisburg, Out.  Stone, first; Richter, second; Garrison,  third.  Pony   Race, 14   hands���������H.   Richter;  first; F. Bubar, second.  MrSCKr.T..\XBOU������ CONTESTS.  He who smokes a Kootena}'-  Belle cigar will surely live to smoke  another day.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.  Summer Excursion Rates.  On June 0, 7  and S  the Canadian  Pacific  railway  will  sell  at  Rofisland   and Nelson,   with  corresponding rates from all  Kootenay  points,   first-flats  round  trip  tickets   to   all   Eastern  Canadian  and United  States  points.    Hates  to Winnipeg, Port Arthur, St. Paul  Duluth,   Sioux  City,  $f>_.50; St.  Louis,   8(i0;   Chicago,   $(!���������[;   Toronto,   $78.50;   Ottawa,    SS'J.55 ;  Montreal,- SSI ;    St.   John,   ������0-1 ;  Halifax,   SlOl.fiO.     Tickets    are  good for three months to stop over  west of Fort William or St. Paul.  Good   via   any  recognized   direct  route.    Good   via  lake route, including meals and berths on Canadian Pacific lake steamers, or good  to go one of  these, routes and return another.     For rates to riny  point and berth reservation, standard   or   toun'Ht   sleeper's or   lake  etcaiuers to local  agents or J. S.  Carter, 1). P. A,, Nelson.  "I'm awfully frightened 'way  up here," said the fair young thing  in tho airship. ��������� '  "Worry not, Clarissa; your  fears aro groundless," replied Harvey Giltroeks.���������Life.  A Nelson Pioneer.  "What was   mortal of Geo.  A.  Mucking-   Contest���������Nick   Clerf  and j Bigelow was interred  at   Simpson  April 23,  and a largely-attended  Isaac Goosney, a tie  Tug-of War���������Phoenix team.  Drilling- Contest, double handed���������  Foulds Bros., first; Mother Lode team,  second.  BASKHAT.r,.  Phoenix vs. Greenwood���������Phocuix.  Phoenix vs. Oroville���������A draw.  Oroville vs. Greenwood���������Orovilte.  No one is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars during Lent.  Similkameen on Rampage.  The long-feared event has  happened  and   the Similkameen   "in  spat" has shown   that it is a force  to be reckoned with, for on Thursday morning of last  week  after a  rise of about,  three  feet  within a  few hours,   huge  trees,   with tops  and roots extended,   raking a wide  watery swath and driven by a nine  or ten mile current, wiped out live  bents of  the   false  work,   bowling  over the piles  like  nine-pins and  leaving a gap in tho structure that  stopped all  communication to and  fro across the stream.  Humors were flying about that  two dilYorcnt breaches wero made  in the structure, and that the pile-  driver and  engine  were  standing  on a piece of the bridge which was  intact, but the yarn looked too improbable to wan-ant credence,- and  proved to be altogether unfounded.  The i-ireiinistance  that  had  probably given rise  to the rumor was  the -disaster  which   befel  another  bridge farther down over a  creek  which runs into the Similkameen  from  ..Palmer lake.     This bridge  also received an onslaught from a  jam  of   driftwood,   and   cainn to  grief.  The pile-driver, which had been  in use for all the trestles and  bridges, had been left on tho Kere-  funeral  attested   the    esteem   in  which deceased was held dy those  who had the pleasure of knowing  him.    After receiving the appointment of collector of   customs at  Maple Bay he contracted a cold  that latterly developed into pneumonia.    He  entered  the   hospital  at Simpson, and under tho care of  Dr.   Kergin   had improved   sufficiently to permit him to leave the  institution.     He   took a  relapse,  however, and a short  while  after  passed   into  the great unknown.  Deceased came from  Ontario and  followed up the C; P. R. construction   through   this province.    He  was one of the six pioneers who  tented on  what is now the city of  Nelson  and subsequently  became  one of the leading  merchants, not  only of that city but of tho Slocan.  He went into mining  extensively,  but the fickle goddess turned him  down.    He was a big boy with 11  heart the size of a football aud no  prospector   had   a . better   friend.  Tho last sad rites in the little one-  act drama of life were  performed  by the,. Rev.' ^I.r. Hogan, and ho  touched,'feelingly   on   the   many  good points of Geo. A. Bigelow.--  Port Essington Sun.  P.���������I see you have my  novel.  I'll wager you  had  to  look at the  last page to see how  it all came    ���������  out.  Q,���������No; I looked at the name of  the publishers on the title pago to  nee how it came out, and oven now  I can't understand how it was.,  Try a sack of Purity Flour with  your next grocery order*. Greenwood, B. C, May 30, 1907.   j|  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  Men's and Boys' Furnishing  We have decided to clear out our entire stock of  Men's and Boys' Furnishings. Tn order to do this  rapidly, we have reduced our prices to less than  wholesale cost.   No reserve.   EVERYTHING   FOR   MEN  AND BOYS TO WEAR AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.  RENDELL & CO.  Women's Goods  Men's Goods.  mmvmmBmGsima'iisimKmstiz,  THE SMOKE  From .British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     Wm.   Tietjen  THE LEDQE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, U. C , and tlie price is J: a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  States, Mexico and Great Uritain. To  other countries it is -sent postpaid for  32.50 a. year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, 1!. C.  JAS. W. GRiER,  PUBLISHER.  makes them in Vancou  ver,   and   Nat Darling-  sells them on the road.  DR. MILLOY  DENTIST  G7 HASTINGS EAST  VANCOUVER  GREENWOOD,   B.   C ,   MAY 30, 7907  __3<F?Sc--  AoAi.v the tramway project between Greenwood and Phoenix is  being discussed, and it- is said that  there is a- reasonable prospect of  the scheme being successfully  financed. It is to be hoped that  the rumor is true.  British   Columbia   should   try to  dispose of at an early date.    Tf  the people of  Ontario  have been  paying excessive  rates  for school  books, we in the  west  have  been  paying  from   25  to   40   per  cent'  more for  the   same  books.    This  province is sufficiently far advanced  in its educational  system  to take  the only rational view of the i|ucs-  tion, and   furnish  text  books free  lo all children of school age.   This  view of the question  may be considered an extreme one, but if cm  hardly be denied   that all ilic people are  indirectly  benefited by an  improved educational system,therefore all should be taxed to produce  this result.    The  school books for  use in   British   Columbia  schools  should be printed  by  the government and distributed free or at the  actual  cost of production  to  the  children.      At   present   they   are  printed principally  in. Ontario. Jf  tlie government printingoflicu isn't  equipped for such work, it is time  both the plant and the men handling it were modernized or  thrown  on the slag heap.  is transported to the .smelter. Owing to the presence, of zinc with  the silver-lead ore some ^difficulty  luis been experienced in its treatment in the past, but this has now  been overcome by using high lead  concentrates from the St. Eugene  mine .in smelting with tho high  zinc ores of the Sullivan.  The company is incorporated  under the lavs of Washington for  3,000,01)0 shares, par value of SI.  Bonded indebtedness of $-100,000  at 7 per cent interest now outstanding.���������Prosj lector-.  When copper looks like .'30 cents  cents the whole Boundary can  smoke Royal Seal cigars.  /The only competition worthy a  wise man is with himself.���������-Anna  Jameson.  AVhen ycu want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson,' B. C.       *  CONTRACTOR  UILOER  TISHN  ESTABLISHED  (THAME  IN    1836.  Reserve $2, m, m  Dealer in ������  Windows, Doors, 1  ���������   Turned Work and j  (Inside Finish. ������  SHI"iYGLKS, .BRICK, ETC. I  j MANITOBA  I Wood Fibre Plaster 1  F. M. LAMB  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C.  The Reception Hotel  T11 Camborne gives all its patrons  the purest food, drink aud [cigars.  James LindsJey' Prop.  Pioneer  |-lotel...  'Gfeenuiood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, -and stilll under the  same, management. Eooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and the bar  supplies only the Ibest. Corner of Greenwood and G-ov-  ernraent streets.  J, W. Jielson  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ; ������2 a week  and up, at the Commercial  hotel, Copper street, Greenwood.    Bath Jin connection.  P. POUPARD  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos to  suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your pocket.  j. A. OHENIER - ��������� PROPRIETOR  Next door north ofTucific hotel,  f Copper street, Greenwood.  TiiE recommendations of the  grand jury last week, if carried  out, will greatly benelit this district. This is especially so in reference to the wagon road at tho  Boundary Falls smelter, a very  dangerous piece of road.  Tin-: death of 'W. F. Luxton in  Winnipeg last week removed. one  of the "big" men men of the west.  His death will be regretted especially by those who worked under  him in both the Free Press and  and 'Nor-Wester newspapers. Mr.  Luxton came to Winnipeg in 1871  and  from that time  until a few  i  years ago was one of the most  prominent men in the affairs of  the prairie province.  Tub Boundary is not tlie only  district iu British Columbia that  is having trouble over its mail service. The C. P. boat makes two  round trips daily on Slocan lake  but only delivers mail three times  weekly. The boat only calls at  the lake towns on mail days. The  people have held indignation meetings and communicated with the  postmaster-general's department,  and officials of that department  have referred them to the railway  commission, and it is not improbable that the railway commission  will recommend them to a warmer  place.  All will be pleased to hear that  the difficulty between the companies and miners and smeller employees has been settled. A final  settlement was not arrived at  without concessions by both' parties, but on the whole the new  scale of wages should be .satisfactory to employer and employee,  and it is hoped the agreement will  be a lasting one and honestly lived  up to by both. To those in business in the Boundary towns the  permanency of the agreement  means much, and to those dependent upon the workers alone for  patronage it means either prosperity, bankruptcy, or leave the  district. It will be some time before business reaches a normal con-  condition again, but there is hope  for the most prosperous period in  the history of the Boundary yet to  come. Tho Ledge congratulates  both parties on the satisfactory settlement arrived at, and , the fairness and courtesy shown by each  during the deliberations.  In another column is published  an article on tho school-book monopoly in Ontario. This is a  question which the government of  Kimberley Bonanza.  The   property   of   the Sullivan  Group Mining company is located  at Kimberley, B. C., and  a smelting plant of- 12")  tons  daily  capacity, also owned b}r the  company,  is   Iocatcftl   at   Marysville,   seven  miles from  tlie  mine.    The company owns and operates the Meber-  lin process for roasting the ore before smelting, and the process nets  a saving of 81  per ton  over the  direct   method  of smelting.    The  crushing and roasting capaeifcyjjof  the smelter  is  being increased to  150 tons daily and at this  rate the  net profit of the plant  will  reach  Sri"),000 per month.    During April  the smelter turned out 021   tons of  bullion,     worth    about    $50,000.  About 200,000 tons  of ore  are in  sight, with  every  indication of an  inexhaustible supply at depth.    A  tram  one  mile  long conveys the  ore to the railroad, from whence it  E..W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAVI-R and  MrvTALlMJRGICAI, CHI-WIST.  PHONE   65  A General Bankin'g Business transacted  Interest allowed on Savings Accounts  - at current rates.   Open a Savings Account and lay the   foundation ..for   a  fortune.  H. F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD BRANCH.  Cold Silver Copper or J.ead.eacn. .$i oo  Gold-Silver >t 50   Silver.I.ead. .$1.5*)  Zinc. .J2.00 ���������  Gold Silver with copper or  lend. .$2.50.  Prompt attention   <,'iveu   to all samples  25 per cent,  discount upon five Siunples-  LBAKEK'ST ,'NELSON.  I   ^ !W:dd-*������dd_JH-i^^  P, O. Drawer, rioS.  Phone, A67  iffs  E  ROUTE  01-'  THE  ORIENTAL .LIMITED  TKAIN'   LKAVKS  MIDWAY DAILY  S:20 A. M.  ARRIVES  6:45 P. M.  Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast and  Eastern  Points.  Stage to and from Greenwood  meets trains at Midway.  For Further Particulars Apply  P. H. Bukniiam, D. F. & P. A.,  Grand Forks, li. U.  W. A. Ro-ffl, A. G, P. A.,  Seattle, "Wash.  A meeting of the License Commissioners for the Greenwood Licence District  will Ire held at Midway, B. C on .Saturday, the r5l.l1 June, 1907, at the hour of  ten o'clock in tlie forenoon, for the purpose of hearing and determining the fol-  lowing applications for renewal and  transfer of lice'tlses: >  Hans. Peter Thompson, Vencloirie hotel, Anaconda, transfer to Morris Van de  Bogert.  Lewis Bros, Smelter hotel, Boundary  Falls.  Alex Mcpherson, Boundary Falls hotel, Boundary Falls, transfer to Wesley  Brock.  Jas. Henderson, Algoma hotel, Dead-  wood  W. W. Ludlow, Windsor hotel, Donoro  Axel Gustofson, Pacific hotel, Donoro.  Norman Luse, Summit hotel, Xvholt,  transfer to Geo. 11. Bloor.  G. [Arthur Rendell, Hotel Northern,  Kholt.  John A. McMaster, Union hotel, Eholt.  S. Dahl, Central hotel, Midway.  C. M. Crouse, Lancashire hotel, Midway.  J. P. Black, Oakland hotel, Midway,  transfer to C. L. Thornel.  S. A. Crowcll,'Crowell's hotel, Midway  L, r{. .Salter, Hotel Spokane,  Midway.  ��������� S. T. Larsen, Riverside hotel, Rock  Creek.  Dated at Greenwood, this 28th May,  1907. GKO. CUNNINGHAM,  Chief License Inspector.  Is' the   only  Temperance   Hootel  Greenwood and the Rates Reasonable.  ���������MRS. D. MANCHESTER.  Transfer of License.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood License district, to be held at Midway, B. C,  on Saturday, the 15th day of June, 1907,  at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, I intend to apply for a transfer of  license'now"held in the name of Alex  Mcl'herson and assigned to me, lo Wesley Brock, for the Boundary Palls hotel,  at Boundary Falls, 15. C.  Boundary Falls, B.C., 3rd May, 1907.  Mks. Jessie IC. Wakk.  IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM1UHIIIIIIII#  The Windsor Hold  of Grand Forks, B, C, caters to  miners, mechanics and smeller men  A. "B. Sloan, Manager.  >  Bcgular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. &  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in each month, iu Fraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. G. Wakkkn- W. M.  J. S. BruxiK, Secretary.  ++1  fa?  0  BANK   OF   MONTREAL  $1 1,000,000  ESTABLISHED   1817.  PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST,  UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $159,841.84  Geiiuml IJiuikiiitr HuMiic.-^jTnin.-iUctuil.    Drafts issued on nil points, anil Collections inntlo at lowest rates.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   ~|   W. F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOV  ^J.4.J-J-4-4-.4-+.-l---4-i  N-t-fc������i������������������i_*_y������h:  K  B  m  ���������*1  '^smi^Msm^^^Msmsmmmsim^^msssssssi  nsurance for $27.50-  STAEKEY & ,C0.  NELSON, B. C.  wholesale  dealers in;  Produce   and   Provisions  The ne\v and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity  Policy ofthe Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, Ltd., the largest accident company in the" world. ' Assets over #7,000,000.  DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C. .   .  8B^SB^g���������a_Sffi_i__g_5i'_^^  ^PACIFIC Jior  r<  Transfer of License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend |  to apply to the License Commissioners at  their ncqt regular meeting for the transfer of the hotel license now held by Frank  II. Parker for the National hotel, situated  on lots iS and 19, block 7, map ar, city of  Greenwood, to Chas. V. Semcrad.  Dated at the city  of Edmonton,  Alta.,  April 25, 11)07.  !���������'. II. Parkkk.  Float is not ;i periodical.  It is si- Irook containing SO  .illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life. It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the Hush days of  Sandoii ; how it rained in  ]STe\v Denver long after  Noah was dead; how a  parson took a drink at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in '03; how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the,  roarnings of a western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. Jt  contains the enrlv history  of -N'olsori and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are printed throe  western poems and dozens of article too numerous to mention. Send  for one before it is too  late. The price is twenty-  live cents, postpaid to any  part of the world. Address all letters to  I0HT0F  CRANBROOK, I!. C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries iu the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  Ts under the management of Greig-  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  T.  Lowery  NELSON, B. C."l  Owing to selling' his farm, the undersigned offers  the following Horses, Cattle and Farm Implements for  sale at a little over half cost; TEEMS CASE, OK AP-  PSOVED NOTES.  Thoroughbred Hackney Stallion "Sentinel." This horse was brought from England by Colonel  Dent of the British army, and specially recommended by him. 12 work horses from 1100 to I.'100 lbs, from  S100 to SI50 each ; 12 saddle horses, $25 to $100 each ; 20 ycirlings and two-year-olds, 810 to S75 each ;  H brand of range horses of which there are 30 or more on the range, $ir>0.-  Thoroughbred Jersey Bull "Thunderer" aged 5 years, (the mother of the bull took first prize at  the Toronto exhibition) $100. 75 head of domestic cattle of these 30 are gentle cows of which 21 aro fresh  calved, 620 to $75 each.  Thoroughbred Berkshire) Boar "Bob-o-link" ;  head of choats, 12 cts. a pound live weight ; . Turkeys  15 Berkshire sows, weighing about 300 each ;   30  Toulouse Geese :    Pekin Ducks : Chickens.  ntiNKicvr. AOT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  ',fIlllBI,'r������������ll������������rinl" Mineral Claim, Hltunlii In  thuOrnciitvooil Milling DivIhImii of Yiilu DI.+-  tMCt,   Wln-re liH-atol:   In jDiiii'MvudiI U-uiiji.  TAKE NorfCUtlmt I, M. A. ll������ll>roiik, Kim  Minor's Cwllflciit N'o. H-niim. inii-iid. fll.vly iImvh  from tlm 1I11I11 liureof, to iip'tl.y to (liu Mluln/j lu-  coi-dur for 11 CVrtlHi'iiti- of JiriiH-'ivi'inuritx. for tlm  imri'ow) of ol)talnlii;;n. t'lotvnOnuitlollic itliovo  claim.  Anil ful'Mici- tnlii! noMrt! thai, m-llon, iiiiilm-  fluutlon !J7,'lmi3t do coiiiiiiiiih-ikI  Ixsforii tliu Imsii-  miiia of until Cw'tlllwili! of [iii|irov(!nn;iit.H.  Dutt'il thin IILit .Inv of Miin-li, A. I). 1!W7.  II, A, HOUilCUOIC  Twenty tons baled Timothy Hay  Twenty tons baled Wheat Hay   ���������  Fifty tons Clover Wheat Hay  Thirty tons Oats  Twenty tons Chopped Oats and Barley  Seven tons Wheat, both fair and spring  Ten tons bald Barley  Three tons fall Rye  One 32 in.  cylender Threshing Machine  and 10-horseSweep Power/Power is new.  Cost ������1000, sell for       -       -      -      -  One Dederick Hay Baler, cost $G00,scll for  One 12-horse-power portable engine and  boiler   One 30-horse-power Tenco. portable boiler  One 22 inch Turbine Water Wheel  One self-feed Croscut Saw Big      -      -  One Champion (11 in. plate) Grain Grinder and iilevator -       -      -  One Manure Spreader, new, cost $200  One Sharpies Cream Separator, new  One Babcock Milk Tester, now, cost $18  ���������i  s>  ST"  o  r c1"  m  o  rt  u>  )  $000 00  400 00  500 00  300 00  300 00  150 00-  150 00  .150 00  SO 00  .10  00  Two 0-ft. MeCormick Binders, each ������100 00  One 0-ft. Massey-Harris Binder       -       - 75 00  Three Mowing Machines,  820, 6-10 and CO 00  One Hay Hake        -       -       -       -       - 10 00  One Hay Bako     -      '.       -  '    -       - 35 00  Five Wagons from $40 to $100 each.  Two Disc Wheel Plows, each           -       - 75 00  One 2-furrow Casady Sulky Plow         - 50 00  Two single furrow Plows, each'';       -       - 25 00  Five Walking Plows, each $0 to   -       - 30 00  One 14-disc Hadsior Drill       :      -         - 70 00  One 14-disc Thomas Drill   -'    -         - 70 00-  Two -1-horse "Acme" Harrows, new, each 35 00  Three .'{-section reversible Scotch Harrows 20 00  One "Bosh" lOJ-ft. Harrow       -       -     - 8 00  One Mann's Corn Cutter       -       -       - 20 00  One Groat Western Steam.Heater   -       - 25tri)0  One Turnip Pulpor and Slicer      -   '   - 20 00  One Cultivator, 8-ft. changeable teeth     - 45 00  Incubators,   Broodors,   Garden   Tools, Sleighs,  Buggies, Hack, Etc., Etc.  R. O. SIDLEY, Sidley, B. C.  ���������if THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  Greenwood, B.C., May 30; J 907.  r  Kings Liqiier Scotch Whiskey  .��������� - 12 years Old  J,- W. Burmestcr s White Port.  Jas. l-'lennessy & Go's o-Sfcar Brandy.  r  EENWOOD LIQUOR  OO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  SCHOOL BOOK REFORM.  rr;  & ������  ��������� BEALEY- INVESTMENT AN  Geo. R. Naden, Manager.  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral claims, mining- stocks  and shares.   City real cstace bought, sold and exchanged.  ' call and sec our 1 ist. ' -     ,    ���������  .   ' GBSSNWOOD,   S.   O.  r^rc-s--*^^-^  In Addition to  we still sell all classes of  I Get oiir prices when your 1-ionse needs  furnishing:.  -m-__rv������i>--������i  NELSON, B. C.  m^mmmms&mBE^^s^smmsiimmamsmsmm;  Is the best furnished hotel in tho Boundary  district. Ic is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  Of tlie many reforms efl'ected by  tlie Whitney 'government  in  Ontario since it has been  in olliee,  uone exceed    in   importance  'the  change just accomplished  by it in  the matter of public school   readers.   The entire question  of  the  readers has been considered by the  administration,  and  the policy of  requiring the publishers  to tender  for the  right to  supply them has  been adopted.    As a consequence  the books aro to be furnished; un  til a new issue lias been  prepared  at   greatly   reduced   rates.-    'The'  public will be supplied with some  of the readers at half the. prices  formerly charged, and with others  at a reduction  somewhat smaller.  On  tlie   whole   the   cut  in' price  averages one-third.  .The school book question is one  regarding which  there has been a  very strong public feeling of late  years owing  to  the peculiar  and  thoroughly ��������� unbusinesslike    manlier in which arrangements on that  subject were made by the late go������-  ernuieut.   The first false step taken  by   that   administration" was   the  placing in   the   school   law   of ii  clause    penalizing   teachers   who  permitted the monopoly about to  be created to be tampered  with.  The*clause was in these terms:  " In case any teacher shall negligently or wilfully permit any unauthorized text book to be used by  the pupils of his school, he shall,  for   each   offence,   on   conviction  thereof,   before   a magistrate   or  justice of the peace, be liable to a  penalty of 810, together with costs,  as the police magistrate may think  If there is a proper policy  fit.  with respect to text books this provision is   reasonable.     It  secures  the pupil the works prescribed by  the department.    But if the policy  is contrary to  the  public interest,  if it  establishes   high  prices and  monopoly,  the. penal- clause is a  distinct hardship.    As it happened,  the course adopted by the late government > did  lake the form of a  monopoly.    The- right  to  publish  and   issue readers   was  given  to  certain favored-firms; without tender, and the prices  charged   were  high.    ,An   examination   of   tho  books made a few years ago indicated that the public had to pay  for   them   more than  double  the  cost.   .A book   costing a  fraction  over four  cents  was sold  for ten  cents : and,a book costing l(j cents  was sold for 'J5 cents.    It was estimated that in ten years the public-  paid a  million  dollar's   more   for  shool  readers than an anti-monopoly ��������� system    and    anti-monopoly  price would have necessitated. The  Whitney government -promised to  put an end to this impropriety.   It  pledged itself   to   deal   with   the  question iu such a way as to bring  prices down "to a reasonable figure,  and protect the people from extortion.    Mr. Whitney, in one of his  speeches, said : " The cbst of school  books can  be materially lowered,  and if in no other way, that result  can be obtained by the publication  of them by the government."    To  its pledge the new  administration  has  been  faithful,   and   the   first  fruits of its labors is the relief from  monopoly now decided upon;  The saving to the public will be  very considerable, and every head  of   a   family  The Amateur Gardner.  1 -See  The man '    '  With rake and hoe  ��������� *  Saunter forth  To make  Things grow,  Garden seeds  A re in  Ifis hand ;  Tn his head      . \  Are theories  Grand,  And '  J ts safe  To make a guess  His intentions,  .More  Or less,-  A re  As fine  As any  Kind  Voir won Id ever  Oai'o  To find.  But  intentions  Do not sow  Garden seeds  Or  . Make them grow.  No;  You bet  Your little stack  lie will  Lfave to  Bend his back  And  Will tempted be  To swear.}  Ii  lie does not  Have a care,  E'er he harvests  From the seeds  Quite a dandy-  Crop of weeds. ���������Ex.  i        .  No one is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars during Lent.  h a Cup of .Delicious and Refreshing-  Packed in Sealed Lead Packages only to preserve its  many excellent qualities. Highest a.ward St. Louis '94  AT ALL GROCERS.  mgs&wmmmmmzsm^m&Mmmm  Try a sack of- Purity Flour with  your next grocery order.  a   family   will    experience    a  measure of relief.���������Mini-Empire.  |g^'--/-?7-'^^  NOT A SINGLE APPLICANT HAS EVER BEEN REFUSED ADMISSION TO THE MUSKOKA  - * FBEE HOSPITAL FOB CONSUMPTIVES BECAUSE OF HIS OR HER POVERTY  9&^miX&m!&&m&^Xim<^&^mitiimLm*  Ernest X' Cartleit  IS A FIRST GLASS ADVERTISING  AND THE PR0DU6T 0F ITS  JOB DEPART*  WENT IS STRIGTLY HIGH GLASS.  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but' the best brands  of liquors and cigars.  Morning- bracers and  and evening* hyballs always within easy reach  ofthe -bar-keep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  ���������������������������  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  FORW  is  Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock.  Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per f  '   Box. -1  IK THIS NUMBER  Articles on the  Open Air Treatment  of Tuberculosis of  the Lun.TfS  a Is opposite the Great NoVthern depot, and is a dell lightful haven lor tho weary traveler. Grout veins  | of hot. water run through' the entire house, and  I bathrooms arc always at the service of .those in  % search of material cleanliness. The dining room is  I an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment  % of the liquid refreshment room makes tho drinks go  | down like eating- fruit in a /lower garden. The  | sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  I a pleasure to drummors with big trunks.  I ���������                               JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, g  //���������.'Vyr-l  \ ������:*  1 MM}: ,'f  S-M ���������-..;������������������ ���������  Vaafrtvrx_������K&Kd3K*  Facsimile" Cover i'.-iiri; (i educed in size) nuw  Monthly Mai.'.-izine of I in- iVntional S.initar-  itim  Association.    I-'ull .size ol paife   10x7.  Attractively Illustrated.  TOitON'TO, CAN.  NOV., 1006  IPc. ropy  $1.00 year  E3usau*~  mr*rcaai_J  IN THE INTERESTS OF  uskoka Free Hospital for  Consumptives  The National Sanitarium Association of Canada  has undertaken to publish a monthly magazine  devoted to the Outdoor Treatment of Tuberculosis, :and the inculcation of Hygienic  Methods of Living for the people generally.  The first number was issued in November,  1906.  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C, has a line ot nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mouo-  taiu town or the Great West. A  'glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits inenti.'  Mountaineer and Kootenay -Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. & Cbelin $ ������o��������� nelson  f4emma#ketf_otel  Is the home for all tourists  aud millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British J Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE,' PHOPR  J. S. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kooteuays.  Sandon, B. C.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. .0.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  R  All profits from tin's magazine ��������� from  subscriptions and advertising���������wilt i-o  to the maintenance of patients at the  Jliiskoka Free Hospital for Consumptives.  Any one contributing one dollar a year,  or more, to the funds of the  Hospital  will become  a subscriber to Canadian  >OuT-Door* Life for one year.  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at ������10, $12 and $15  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C,  No Father, No Mother, No Home-  Worse Than a Prisoner  Gari-ikm) ISkackv, Bkkun, O.vt.: Kudosed please  find doctor's eortilieate and examination p.iriers. -Hope,  you will secure tne a place in your .Sanatorium. Von will  notice llial my cireuinsl.tiu-es is a hard one -no father, no  mother, no home���������worse than a prisoner. Nobody wauls  me on account of my disease, ilopti:;; you will have the  charily and consider my position, and give me a position  :tl once in your Sanatorium, I ever pray. ,  Ail Orphan, without Home'or Means  DR. A. V.. 11 ANNA, I'KKTll: I have a patient heie, a  yotmy fellow in whom I am ureal ly interested. He has  tuberculosis. He is a poor youne; fellow, an orphan, out  of home, without any means. If we sent him up would you  take him in and do the best you can for him? 1 know how  diliieult it is to accommodate all who require treatment,  but this is a special ease.  Ulsnl'cnys ciicniirr.irli'irto h-ivo a letter frori friend"; who Idmllv r'*n������>Ibil'c.   For tho  convonloneo of those who have not tin c tn write, the following blank may bo used :       U  SUBSCRIPTION   BLANK.  >**������������������**���������*#���������  ,/ao.  Dear Sir,  I have pleasure in enclosing (he sum of.................    .fS J,   as  a  contribution  to the maintenance  0/the MUSKOKA FREE HOSPITAL  FOR  CQXSCMPTll'IiS.  A't.me   Adi/rcss * .'   Cf-'MTiTiiiu-nor-tn r/t/iv ce qv.tit to  HON. fin w. R. fi^nrprTri. t--t��������� ciiW.rii<-t|fo, vice-Prosidont Nat. San. Association,  toi-onlo, or VV. J. L/.Oli, i:.i(|., Ulijiii-iiiiiii Executive Committee, Toronto.  DO IT NOW"  Is a business motto of  this strenuous a^c that  applies willi -tremendous  force1 when it is a good  act you' should do.  "A child's kiss set on thy .sighing  lips shall make thee ffkul.  "A sick man helped by thee shall  make thee slroii;;,  "Thou shall be served thyself in  every sense of service which thou  reuderest."  The.  Tl?EJV[O^T HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plau. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t**e safe.  Mevlone   |Sc   TrcgillLis  9@t .  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the'city.  Dining- room and lunch  counter in connection.  The  Qeeo Hotel  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Kvervthing up-to-date.  m. m. BEfiHETT  PROPRIETOR  Safer & Johns, Proprietors  COPPER ST., GKEBI-nYOOI).  NOTICE.  Waterproof Paints:  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Tim her,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  E. W. Bishop,  Agent  GREENWOOD, B. C.  'I  I  it-rMl SuHscrlpii-uis ���������������������������.'������������������' Iv-hI v.-ill bo aclau-wlfdRf <l In thti Toronto "Olebo"nml "Nows."   t(r>n     IT     l\f HW/ * *  Atiyono i>uuiici'llilni,runuiiulliir or tiwr*! "cenninsM subscrllxir to tlioCauuillAii Outdoor Life       J-'V-/     I I       I i v_/ XV  fur onu year.  "I WAS SPECIALLY PLEASED WITH THE ATTENTION PAID TO CONDUCT THE INSTITUTION CARE-  1 FULLY AND ECONOMICALLY."-Dr. R. W. Bruce-Smith, Government Inspector Hospitals and Charities.  ^wmioMKWMwnimmmtfnw  Ma. 1  KSaBSforataffi^BBMra-^^  __������__  TA'lvli XOTICH, sixty (60) days after  date I intend to apply to tlie Chief Com  tttissiotier of Larids and  Works for per-  ruifisioti to purchase 240 acres,  more or  less, of nioiititaiii pasture land as follows:  Cotiitiieneinj; at the north east corner  ol" Lot (171, tlit-iicc east 60 chains to western boundary of Columbia and Western,  thence south 40 chains, thence west 60  chains, thence north 40 chains to point of  commencement.  IlAKllAKA O.  TaXNAHIW..  Dated at Midway, I?. C��������� this 25th day  of February, 1907.  MINKItAt, ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOriCK  ';Siiliitiuiiit'ft" Mlrmnil Claim, situate ln'Ori'en-  wwjiI   Mlultit,'   OlvNInii  of   Vnle   District  Where loerttcil:   In  IX'ihUvoikI Ciinip, ti.fi���������  Jiilnliitr (lid Iv-fi |ji>iuirc Mlnurnl Claim,  TANK N'rmci-; Hint I. Hj-ilnuy M.JnliiiMfiti,  Fri'u Miiu-i-'s (iurtlllcute N'o.  Bjuo.1, iiulluir for  in-lf, mid us iiwnf.fDi- .Sidney H. t>|)|H*iihelm(*r,  l-'h'e Miner's CiirrlfU-jUo Nn. Imut, liitciul. slxly  ilnys ffiiiii ttati; licrivif, to niijily to tlm .Mlnlnif  Hewirilerfiii' 11 Certllk-nto of Iinprovcini'iits, for  thiipiiriioKcnfoliUilulii),' 11 Crotvn Grunt of tlio  iihove clnlm.  And further tnko nolleo  tlitit action,  under  wcton   .17, must,   Ixs oominoncod  Iwforu  the  l.������HiintiTO of tneh L'ortlllontoof luinrovt'iunnb)  PjiUxI HiIm l.'itll (Iny of Alnrrli, A. I). 11*17,    .  HVDNKY M.JOHA'HON'.  / '  ^M:^Mmm^^^mmyw-^^.ii^ Greenwood, J3. C. May 30, 1.907.  m  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  w mat summer is nere  it will pay yon to examine  our stock of Summer Suits.  We have a nice line  Two Piece Suits in homespun j������j  s  farter Has Made Good.  J. S. U'trl.t'i-, who Jins boon in  l-lie "Kool-pimys since the pioneer-  days in the capneifcy of district  passenger iigr-nl; inonli of the time,  bus been promoted, and on tlie  first of .June, will take, tlie position  of gencivil ticket agent at Spokane,  as the Canadian J'aeilic railway  now lias eonneelion with thateity.  Tlm promotion in the ease of Mr.  Carter is a well-deserved reward  of merit, for* lie has been a.I rue,  faithful ,-mhI abie representative of  the Canadian Pacific railway iu  this dislricf, and has won the full  confidence of not only his superiors  but of (he. fravi'Iing public.- This  is because lit; has been ever regardful of the interests of both. Mo  little share of I ho popularity which  the 0. P. ii. enjoys in this section  is due lo tlie manner in which 'Mr.  Carter and those in his department  have   treated   the   public.    In the  new position which he lias been  called to fill he will have a better  opportunity to show that he has  more than "ordinary ability for- getting business and generally making  good. . The people of tho Koote-  nays will all join -heartily in wishing him the greatest possible success in his new field, and a host of  friends will always have an interest in his personal and business welfare.���������Jtossland Miner.  Just received, a  of John B.  Stetson's  composed of thirteen  ent styles.    Or, if you  a Panama, we can give you  the real thing"  LIMITED.  Groceries. Hardwire, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  Compulsory Voting; in Practice  Those who hold that the one  remedy for graft and boss-asm is to  make voting compulsory will be  interested in the working of such a  law in Austria. In Vienna and  Lower Austria there were ">0,00O  who failed to record their votes at  the recent election, and it is expected that they will be prosecuted  and lined. But it is the second  election under the new law that  must test its efficacy. The purpose of such a law is not to make  things uncomfortable for a great  many people, nor to punish offenders against the state, but  simply to make the ballot representative of the entire class entrusted with it. As to the proportion of wisdom and virtue among  the stay-at-homes there is room,  of course, for a difference of opinion niarried.  but there can be no doubt that a  large number of people of ability  are   inclined  to  slight  a  duty in  which the individual counts for so  little. Their .private affairs are on  a larger scale, and it is natural for  them to feel that one. vote mo/e or  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  .WORLD .  iGREENWOOD LOCAL WC. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays ofevery  less is a small   matter.    The   man ] month in Kagles Hall at8 p. m.  Visiting  i-'KAN'rc Sri-'AKr.vo, Fin. fjec'y,  Km:ak W. Dv.VKS, President.  to whom one   dollar   means   some- j members cordially Jin-ited to attend  thing is the man to whom one vote  means   most.���������Springfield  Kepub7  lican.  A Baltimore woman who had a  perfect treasure of a cook was horrified when   Maggie  came  to  her  ammg  Rnd  raying  All kinds of heavy teaming������nd  draying done at reasonable rates by  \V. .II. Barnett, . Church street.  Call him up and see how quickly  anything from a pound to ten tons  can be moved.  'Phone A 147  KELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  Nelson, Ii C.    .  Mines.    Mills,    Hotels,   etc.,  furnished with help.  O. LOVE, MANAUBIt  Job printing of every description  done promptly at; The Lodge office.  Asparagus, lettuce, spinach and  green onions at tho .Ruseoll-Luw-  Caullield store.  Germany and Austria have about  loO cooking schools. A four-yar  course is necessary before a diploma  is granted. Most of the hotel  chefs have" diplomas from these  schools.  ;^^KuH^^E3S*SSK32^  Genuine "White Mountain" Ice XYea.ni Freezers  (tripple motion), Guaranteed to Nreozc Cream in 3  minutes.    All sizes.   Sold only by ,     ���������  LI.MITHD.  I .     ���������       THE BIG STORE  -y.  J'All) VI' U.WITAI., Wit),000,()()().  KKSKUVK FUND, Sli.-.OOO.I'OO.  ���������;~���������,* ij  -mill.  hi  B. E. WALKER,  President.       ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.'  II. II. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  X  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts may be opened by  mail with all branches of this Bank.  'Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of SI and upwards received,.and interest allowed at current  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  J. T, BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  r  Tbe Hotel Slocan  saying:  "Blase, mum, I'm givin' ye a  wake's notice/"  ���������'Why, Maggie !" exclaimed the  lady of the house, "this is astir-  prise! Aren't you satisfied here?  Do you hope [to better yourself?*'  "Well, rro, mum," responded  Maggie. " Tis not exactly '��������� that.  The fact is, liiiini, I'm goin' to get  Greenwood Miners' union!will  | celebrate Labor Day, Monday,  : September 2.    Mine and   smelter  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tar, Fitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Hoofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  managers please note.  :imtf.  E. W. Bishop,  Ag'ent  GREENWOOD, B. C  A.   D.  GRAND FOURS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  "^ of liquors and. cigars.  Morning bracers and  and evening liy balls always Within easy roach  ofthe 'barkeep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  No man is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars.  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,  Columbus and Havana Ark  CIGARS  are Union .Made Cigars, .made liy W. 1'.  Kilbourne & Co., Winnipeg and sold on  he road by GKORGK HORTON.  I'AIlT IV..  '' \vaTi- r   ci.a rsr-:s  .f ���������< >.ws< i;.11>a-  TION   ACT,    iSy7.  'PUIS l-li.i-irilfytliiit tin-Hock Creek trriuii-  1 turn ('om|i.iii.y. Limit.r|. incorporati'd tin:  z.'.tlxhiy <if Mnrch, A. I). imi.it. having coinpii.il  wit II the provisions of Hi,-; - I'ower Compiinles'  Keller Act, V.m," lets sitlmiitted its mulci liikin-.'  to tlm Idotitonnnl-Ooveritor in Council tor.-ip-  nroviil. mid that Hi.-! said imdnrtnklrif;, as shewn  liy thi! documents mill phm nii-d, ruis ln-cu ;iii-  |imvi>i|. mid tluit tin.! same is as follows *~  (1.) Tlio cniistruolioii of it dam nt tlm point  shown on Ithi! ohm IiIpiI. and the application of  waters divcftod front Hoek Creel: for illstrflui-  tlon forirrlmillon put-pones on tin-lands dolliicd  on the said plan: .  (2.) Tin- Construction (if 01111111*. dltcllCH, Ilnnies  mid pipe-lines, and such oilier works i>> amy ho  t'(.V|illri!il for IrrlK'i'loti plii-poses:  <:i.) Tlie acquisition or such lauds as mny l������>  liocussai-y for tin- Company's itiiflcrttikiiu.':  (I) Tin- acquisition of wit tor liy record, pur-  cliiiHi- nr otherwise:  (f>.) Ornoraljy tin- puWerc nisi mit, in HicMeino-  rtiiidiiiii of Association of tlie r;,id Com pun v.  And till* Ih further to certify thai the tiiiioltnt.  of tli()cti|iltitl of (lie Coinp.n.v which will lie duly  suliscrlhcd fori-an-ylnc; on Its iiinlci't-ikliif,'. he.  fore It exercise'* the powei-.i con ferred bv the  " VVliter Olaiisus f/'misnlldiiUoii Acl, IhjiT.'" ;ini|  iiini!ii(lln������- Acts, In lici-chy Used at Kiftcc.ii thotis-  anil dolliirH (.jiri.iidO), ami such eaplt.-il ,h|ih|| he  HiiliHcrlhcil mid twentv'-livcCi/-,) percent, thereof  tiftuiilly puld up within llirito rnoitlhs froin Ihe  (hiti-Uieniofi and Hie thijo wltJiin which work  Ifl to lie cotiiriieneud Ii four tnonths from the date  lierunf.  Aiid snlijecf, iim nfornniild such nliplfcatlon h  linruhy approvnil,  Dated (liM*.'nd dny of Mny. A, I������. j.'ioT.  I'-ftKCli .1. Kl/l/I'oX.  <lfi-l!i    E  We offer Special bargains  in the following :  Poultry JNotting,  Screen Wire Olbtlr,  Adjustable Screen Windows,  Tee Cream 'Freezers,  Lawn Hose,  Tents,  Fishing Tackle,  Fire A.nns,  Am muni lion,  Habio.-i' (Jo-Oartf*  Washing and Sewing Machines.  A. L. White & Co.  l^ioiic 16.  'l'lii-co I-'orks, H. C, is (.lie lendinj,'  Ii'itol oftlii: city. ^louutain trout  aiid game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by.telegraph.  Hugh Niven, Prop.  Transfer of License.  NO'HCK Is hereby given Hiatal the  next meeting of tlie Hoard of License  Commissioners for the ('reenwood License Pistrict, I shall ripply for a transfer  from me to .Morris Van tie liogert of the  hotel license now held by me in respect  ofthe Yeiidonie Hotel, situate on lot S,  in block 5, in the town of Anaconda.  Anaconda, 1$. C, May i.|, 1907-  P. Thomi-sox.  C'%^^^^^'^y^^3^/^''$f^-'^?'Q  Js not a new flour 011 the market. It  has been in use for'years. Ask for a sack  in vour next order.    Sold by '  Jhiuter-Keudriek Co., Greenwood.  .Smith & McEweu, Anaconda.  Hani3' & Co. I\Iidw;i\'.  Gun ran teed by the  Alexander  g tOT  J3RAND0N. 3IAN.  Transfer of License  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners for the Greenwood License District, to be held at Midway on  Salunhu-, the 15th day of June, 1907, at  the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I  intend to apply for a transfer lo George  II. Dloor of the license now held by me  for the Summit hotel at Eholt, H. C."  Eholt, Ii. C, 3rd May, 1907.  NOKMAN I.USK.  NOTICE.  o������ae������s5������e2ie������s������-3^������asggooi3s������^������s������������o������s������j^e^^'3>ssi!MBe.as-������<;������-������f  ������  ^^S������S������>������Sf������������eSS������S'S������O0.'BS������S������������8S������&������������������&������0ffiOoS������i^������������S������8^ ������  &  8>  f���������YJ.CTf^ff^r���������Pf1y^a^^TfTrlaammI^wr^i^m^^  fc^ga*i^i_i^_t_;m&'3ia-a3ra^^  Dealers ia  Ftfesh and Salt JWeats, pish and Poultry  | |  &  9  I 1   Shops in nearly all the towns of Jtoimdary and ������  I g tho Kootenay. s  &  & <&  63   (0  ~    (&  @  9  _   &  Hi 0>  a ������e903������3^s3aa������5S3!acv������eoosj-������s������OGSoe������aooo������s������������t>S9a������a  SEEDS! *'  .1  TREES      I  plants!  5  g       Vnr    the    farm, garden, Ilawti ������  S' '01   i:oiiservalory.   Tested Slock of W  ������ 'Re-liable   Approved   Varieties,1 at ������  ������ .-rea-ioiiable prices, S  ������       Dee supplies, Spray  Pumps and  S  -Siintying Material, Cut I-'ovvers, etc.  Js  |C,\LlL0(i(IK YUM.  [M. J. HENRY  in '.3010 Westminster Road, -Vaiiconver  (Jlcrh of ilia K.vcciiti'v.- <.-���������tuici|,    '' |^S^B^V**^ffl������������ftl^t������-1KJ(|W������������a<?a'5H!l������1  Excursion   Kules  KIIOM GKHENWOOU  $54.55  To   Winnipeg.   I'ort   Artlmr.  St,   I'juiI. Diilntli,  Sioux City.  S:.   I.oiii--,   ^62.05. Chicago, <Gf>.f)5  Toronto,       fKo-SS Ottawa,   <H.\.(x)  Montreal.   fM.<>5- St. John, J96.05  Halifax, $103.85  ONSALl']  JUNb 6, 7, 8  First-Class'   Round   Trip   !)()  Dnys Limit.  CorreHjionding . reductions  h from all Kootenay points.  \ Tickets available [for lako  % routo, including morilo anil  9 hortlis on' lake fil.eamors.  ^ liiitoH quoted to any KiwteMi  ^ htrtion on application.  .1. S. OAKTlOIt, l>.  1*. ,\���������  N<>lioii(  _^'U.'V^/Va/^'<5^,V^. %'^l^iak^,_  Xotico H hc.rcliv (fiven tluit.'!" ilti.v.i nf tor flute  I iiiti-nil to ii|ipl\'in Flic Ilonorulilc the Chief  CiimMiN.'ii'inerof Ijitiui.iniMl Works, nt VU-torla.  for 11 .special licinsi; to cut mill curry n war ttm-  l>ci- from tin- fiillon-in^ (li-fcriliGiI liimls Ifi Yale  (listrict:  No I���������Cuniinuiiciiii; at ������outlio.ist corner lot  i.').:s, llieiicc Ml ctuiiiis north, tlienco HO c-liaiiis  east, thence so cli.-iins xoittii, tlicneu HI chains  \vr*t to piilnl nf coniiiiuiicuiiient.  Duteil April IMIi. Jf|n7.  _No. B���������Comnicnclntr at a poat  planted at the  s'Hitlii'.-ist   uoincr of   lot 2;:.1H,   tliencc   west L'd  chains, nioro  or lcn. thence south 10 chains,  tliciice cist luocliaina, more or loss, llienoe north  ���������l(i clialni, thi'iiru west SO chains to point of com-  ineiicenient.  I)a:ed Apr:) 1-Sli, 1:kj7.  .      No. .1-(^oiiuiicncin^ at  the northciist  corner  ������'I lot >7.s.  tin-nee S'jntli .|n chaiim. tlicnce  e:i������t wi  $)! cliains, thence nnrrli In almliiH, thuncc wet mi  cllllilis tn point  nf rilUllllOIIL-CiniHlt.  O.iicil April IStli, 1:107.  No. l-Comnicnciti',- at Hie northeast corner i  lot ftTc, tlienco cast Ml chains, tlicneii norlli W j  cliains, thencn \vu*t >(1 cliains, thence >otilli Wl:  chains t-> iiolntof I'oniinencciiient.  I'lltl-ll April IStll, I!)'r7.  Xo. .'i-Onnnienciin.' tit tlie northn'est cottier  ; Limit .Vo. I. tlieticr north HOulmlii.H, Lhi'iifi: cast  t Michat'ni, llicncesoiiili hi chains, thence u-cstHd  clialits'to point i.f eotiiineiicc'iriutlt.  j     P.iit'il April Mh, l!ii>7.  1 No. ���������;-('.,rnin.-iicliii' at the iiortlnve-.l corner  ,' or Limit .No. I, In,.nee noi-lli so chain.'), thence  ! in"!*11 chains, thence south mi chains, thuncc  emit Mi eh.-iiin In point ol coiniiieiici.'tnent.  Dated April IMh, 11.07.  i\o." (.'(iiiiiin-iK'liit; al n post planted "ul the  iinrtlii-iiit coiMor of Limit Xo. 7. ulioiit two  inlli-s north iiiiilmii mile least of location post  or Limit Xo |.'i, tliiitce south Sil chains thenec  weHt ho i-hains, thence nortlt ml clinlns, thenec  east ho clinln.s to point of commencement.  Dated April lath, 1!*>7.  Xj. ������~<J(iliiiiu*iK-ln-jiit a jiosl planted ulioiit. a  mile west of location poxt of Limit Xn. 7. nt. the  nortlnvist Jcorner J,f Limit Xo 7. IhuiiuiJ'Oiitli  hi elmiti-i. tln-nc!! w-iwt no cliahis. thence, nortii hi  chains, thence cii.iti.su i-IiuImm- to point, of t-ctn-  meiici.iiient.  Dated Ajiril rutli, t!io7.  Xo. !i���������Otiiiuciirliifr at Hiuiiortlun'st. c.oi'iior  of Limit Xo. 7,t.liuniti. north 80 ('halm), t.hmiei;  east Wi chains,- thence, south Ml clialnn, thence  iv'e.st Wi chains lo point of (���������oiimiencoimmt.  Dated April I**th,ll������i7.  No. iii���������C'ouimoncInt,' at 11 post planted 111 the  northwest corner of Limit No. 7, thence north  KO chains, thence west HO chains, thence south ho  chains, llicncii ctint MO cliain.-f lo point of com-  nwiicoinutit,  Dated April IStll, l!M7.  Xo. 11-Cotiimiaicliitrat 11 im.st plantetl ill tile  wmtlnvcsl, corner of I.iuill" No. 11. about two  111II1M west of No, lo location |io.st. Mieiicn north  Ho cliains, tliencc east W) cliains, tliur.t'u south ho  ohalns, thciico went hOfJhiiliit) to point, of coin-  Im.llcellllMil.  Dated April lHlh, l!io7.  No. Ii'���������Gniiimoni'liitf nfca (lost planted nt the  southtfust coriKir of Limit No. 11. tliencc iiorlh  hfieltiilns, thence west HOchaltis, thciicosouth Ho  cliuiiiH, tlienco oast wi chuliiH lo |io!nt of com.  incuceiiKiut,  IJatofJ April IWIIi. 11107. 1       t  No, l.V-C'oiuuiciiciin,' at a |ioh(, plantdd ul the  H1111tl1wo.1l, corner of Limit No, II,tinmen weHl KO  clialtiM, thoiiccfdiilh W) cIiiiIiih, thencu cast to  Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating-,  and Ventilation.    Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting: and air-compressor plants, with a.  guarantee that the service will be continuous.  Get our rales before completing your estimates  chain', thence north wi chains to point of coin-  ineiicenient  Haled April IMlli, I!������i7.  Xo. M-C'oninieiicliitr ut n po-t pluiilcil at the  .soutliwct corner of Limit Xo. II, thence hu  clialiK cast, tliencc N) chains south, thence .in  chains \Mst. Ihcnce hoch.'iiiis north to point, of  co'cuiciicenient.  Dntud April Ihtli.j!������i7.  Xo. 17-- l.'oiutneiiein^ at u post plaiilc-d at a  I'olnl nhoiil two niiIcj. more or less,south nf  locution po-t of Limit No. Hi, tliencu cast so  chiiliis. thence 11.nth mi chains, thenec west ho  cliiiltis. thence south .Vi chillis to point of colonic tit-i-mcnl.  Dated April I81I1. ll'i>7.  Xo, lh���������Couiinenelni; 111 n post, planted nt a  point one mile west, more or loss, of location  post of Limit No. 17. flience east ho chains,  tliencc north Hi chains, thence wot ������) chains,  thence south ho chains to 'mint of conimenco-  HlCllt.  Dated April l.tlli. l!i(������7.  Xo, III���������Couiiiieiieiiu; nt 11 post plant.od at the  southwest corner of limit No, in, thence west ho  chain*, iliclice north H" chains, thence east ho  chains1, tliencc Month ho cliains to point of corn.  nieneeiiienl. v,  Dated April lhtli. |!I07. v  No ^o-Couimeneliilf al a lio.st planted 10  ('liahis.moiii or lessens!|o|' loc.-illnii post of Lhnlt  No. 17, thence south 10 clinlm, tlioncc east to  clinlns, llienci! north 10 cliains, thenee west 10  cliuins to point of cmiinioiicoincnt.  Dated April lht.lt, II107.  No. 11���������(.hiiiiiriciniliiK nt 11 post iilanliMl onu  111 Ilo west, morn or less, of locution pout, of Limit  No. la, thence south W) chains, thence we  Xi.-.'-���������-Oommcncinj.'.-it a post [il.-intcd ;it th  sfiiitliwf.il corner nf Limit No. ���������Jl, thence north  sti cliains, llieiicc rust Ml clctiiis, thenec South (in  chains, thence west M chains to point of coin-  iiiciiciiiiient,  Diited April IStli, 1W7.  Xo a.!���������CoinuienciiiL' at a post planted nt :i  point two miles, more or less, en, 1 of location  post of Limit No. M. thence north mi cliains,  thenec west wi chains, thciico smith Miclniins,  thence cast Hi clmlns to point of commencement.  Dated April lhth, l!m7.  No. -.'l-CommcneiiiK at a posl planted at the  snilllieust eornor of Llllll! Xo. ���������.-::. thenee north  VI cliains. tlienccciist SO cliains. thence south hi  chains, thenee west m chains to tijlnt of com-  ineuceliicut.  Dated April lhtli,l!/o7.  W. CLAYTON,  IJy.f. II. EAST.AKunt  NOTICE.  ;ent. /|  NOTIOK. I lierehy (,'lvo notice, that sixty days  after date, \ Intend to n|iiily to IIon.,Chli'i Loui-  nilssloiierof La,n(ls and Uorlts, for -permlHslon  to intrclinso the followlnj.- doscrilied land situ-  iiknln tho Sliiillkiiini'eii lllvMon of Vnlu district: ComineiicliiK at tho sontliciist corner of  Lot a.'liio, thence east-10chains, thence, north hi)  chains, tlienco west In chains, IIicik-c south hi)  cliains In plnei! of coiiiiiiunccinent, ooiituliitiiir  .'t'li acres.  Dated this JKitli day of April. 1007.  HOIIKIM* 1),  KKItlt.  _ NOTICR���������r hereby give notice llr-it,   |s'"i5 sixty days after date, fititeiul to npply to  elm Ins, thence iiortii M������ chains,'tiietiei! east, Kii the Hon., the C'l,ief Coiiinii.'isioiiei- of  cliains to point, ol i.f.ir.iiioiii'oiiiciit. . Unclsand Works for permission  to v>tr-  v     ,  f     0     '         \ .,   (clmse the following ilescrihed lnnd, situ-  No. 1:1���������(.'oiiitnciicliiKiil ti post planted nt tho '   ,��������� -.. #i,     c;....-tt    ���������������������:  1.-       ViJ .  noriheasl coiner of Limit Xo, 11, Iheiice west ho M? '������ "-, hitlillkiiuieeii Division of Vtile  chains, thence nortii ho chalna, iIk-iico ciist, ho; District: Coiiitrieiieiiifr tit 11 no.st 40  meneeiii(l.l|i't','': M'JUtl1 H"vhnU"> '" l""t "'vum'' cliains* south of the south cast corner ol  "'iVi'teil' A't.rll iHth, 1007. ! I*ot 2360,  thence east 40 chiii'tin. thence  No. Ki-ComineiicliiK ,u 11 post iilanted OI,0 ! ������J������������tli 40 chains, thence west 40 chain.**,  mile, nioro or less, north of location |������iht of, thenec north 40 chains lo place ol'com-  1,1 .L1?'.'' ul I!,"!'",'" i"jr,M  u?. <,l."1,",>.i!M'"(',!  iricnccment, containing 160acres.  west hochaliirt, llience hotitlt HO chains, thenec.       ....    , ..,'  ���������, ,,      .  ,'V ������ .   -S ���������  cast hochalns lo point of coiumeiicciiieiil. I)l*t"-,,1 1������>������ 3"' o<0' uf Ai'r'li >9'  4\  iJatiid.\iirll Ihlii, Ilio7.  9r'7-  A. C. DALli.  m  w  i  - 1.11  ': &

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