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Messaline Skirts,  Childrens Overshoes, little boys   leggings, boys grey flannel overshirts,  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Get Your  Christmas Dishes  Early  Fine Selection  Around Home  IF  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  Seasonable Goods  We have received this week a fine line  ^C   of   X>  Heating; Stoves, Stoveboards and Pipes.  Also Fine All' Wool Scotch and English  Blankets in white and colors.  ALWAYS OPEN  for  ORDERS  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD &  CAKE  BAKER  Vienna Bakery. Greenwood  :^  s  GTJLLEY & Oo.  Opposite Postoffice.    _    GREENWOOD, B. C. Phone 27  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,  B.  C.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  JEWELRY NEEDS.FIXING?   >  You have come to headquarters for  having "it put iu order agaiu. Whatever  may be required we assure you  OUR JEWELRY REPAIRING  will give entire satisfaction. We put  iu repair a watch of any make or repair and make good as new your pins,  chains, bracelets or any other article of  jewelry.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  DRESSMAKING  in. ib, tin  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  a Specialty.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Rooms in  store.  MISS DREVER  Miller Blk.  over Drug  WANTS. Etc  For Sale. ��������� Black Gelding  weight 1150 lbs., 4 years old.'  Brown's, Ferry, Wash.  SIR BDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.  ALEXANDER LAIRD  Ganaral Man agar  LL.D* D.C.L* President  JOHN AIRD  Aadaiaal Ganaral Monagar  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himiclf with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet Inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in ���������very  country in the world in denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on tho face of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying* and easily negotiated.      , a.s  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H, MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  Bank of Montrear  .     KSTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  ���������   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,   9003,014.94  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C.M.G,  President: R. B. Angds, ESQ.  Vice-President and General Manager: H. V. MBRSdith, Esq.  Branches inLondon, Eng,{&$\X&i} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, tivallablc in nny part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT '"Skiffle?/*  Greenwood Branch\ - 0. B. Winter, Mgr.  For Sale.���������I wish to sell my  fine residence on Kimberly Ave.,  in Greenwood, very cheap. Write  to C. F. Stork, Castor, Alberta.  Lost.���������A small green parrot.  Finder will be rewarded by Mrs.  E. J. Cartier.  Fok Salk. ��������� A large quantity  of Shingles. Charles Kinney,  blacksmith and wagon maker,  Greenwood.  KOOBIS   TO   LET  In tho Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  TENDERS will be received by  the undersigned up to November  29th, 1913, for the  PAINTING AND  GENERAL REPAIRING  of the house known as the Murray  house and situate on Lot 1, Block  J, Map 46, Greenwood, B.C.  The intention of the owners is  to put the place in first class condition.  Tenders can be either tor the  whole work or separately. The  work is to be done as soon as possible in the spring.  ��������� The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  F, W. McLAINE, Agent.  .���������?* t^* t~!^* f~~A ���������*���������.������.*-?.* J*!L������ **.*   **-*s*~.4^'������ ^*^a j^������ a  V������- S.vii- *iC WiS^tV-itV-S^V^^-^rSrv-^i-^^:  -j i  Miss Frawley is spending a few  days in'Spokane. '  Before'you fire up be sure your  chimneys are clean.  Buy "Gold Seal" rubbers, at  Brown's, Ferry, Wash.  '   The Phoenix Ski Club will be  reorganized this month.  Miss Esther Lawson returned  from .Vancouver on Tuesday.  Wheat, oats- and. barley at  Brown's, Ferry, Wash.  An Orange Lodge will be organized iu Greenwood this month.  Paul Meecham-.is now in  charge of a steam laundry in Merritt.  Several marriages will occur  at Rock Creek before the New  Year.. '  ..>Mrs. John -Hayerty died in  Grand Forks last week, aged 60  years.  G. B. Garrett, of' Slocan City,  has been appointed "C.P.R. agent  in Greenwood,  E. B. G. Towgood died in  Sandon last Monday from pneumonia, aged 39 years.  -Near Princeton last week,  Frank Bailey had*his leg-broken  by his cayuse falling, on him.  Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and family returned on Monday; from a  three months visit in the east.  A Chinaman by .the name of  Qiian, died in the hospital on  Sunday from cancer of the liver.  Harry Wetherell was operated  on for appendicitis in Grand  Forks last week, and is recovering.  During the absence of J. L.  White at .the coast the local drug  store is under the guidance of J.  H. Goodeve.  Since leaving Rossland H. F.  Stowe has been studying law in  Chicago, and has passed his .second examination.  At Phoenix last week Dan  McQueen and Harry Price were  sent 30 days to jail, for beating  Danny Deane out of a board bill.  All people coming into Canada from Oroville, must be vaccinated or produce a certificate  that they have been within six  months. ���������  Arthur Roberts, our worthy  road superintendent, was married  in Vancouver on Monday to Miss  Lilian Harrison ot Gateshead-on-  Tyne, England.  Frank Bell has returned to  Anaconda not much improved in  health. He will leave agaiu  shortly for the Sanitarium at  Kamloops.  Sam Miller has sold ������the Winnipeg hotel in Grand Forks to J.  Shivelry, of Lethbridge for $19,-  000. Sam will spend the winter  on the Sandwich Islands.  A Chinese funeral took pi ace  on Tuesday: ��������� As usual the  Chinks burned , little sticks to  drive tlie< evil spirits away, and  put two roasted turkeys, some  pork and a bottle of wine on the  grave". '  '  Gilbert Kay, publisher of the  Phoenix Pioneer and Miss Emily  Larson were married in Spokane  last Friday, and will be At Home  iu Phoenix on November 15.  The Ledge wishes them joy and  congratulations.  A grand entertainment and  dramatic performance will be  held this (Wednesday) evening,  in the Auditorium, under the  auspices of St. Judels Guild.  Concert starts at 8:30. Don't  miss it.   Admission 50 cents.  The Ladies Aid of the Midway  Presbyterian church will give a  basket ��������� social aud concert at  8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20, in  Harrison's Hall, Midway. Admission free., rLadies be sure and  bring your baskets. Good time  promised. All' are cordially invited to attend.  Let'your jokes always be good  jokes and'- that will drive away  the heaviest of all loads���������that of  time. . When a young man who  is staying at the leading hotel in  the city, arrived in his room late  at night and found a dummy sitting on a chair, he was not seeing  things. Had the'dummy been in  the shape ot a female it might  have made , an ��������� 'impression 'm and  been more to the point.  I Western Float"!  Gypsies were plentiful in Hedley  last week.  Four foot wood is 84.50 a  cord  in Republic.  Notch Hill had a poor potato  crop this year.  Ben Baker is opening a barber  shop in Princeton.  Pete Hanson has opened a resta-  raunt in Republic.  A new Catholic church has been  opened at Coal Creek.  John Wander is opening a barber shop in Smithers.  A night school  for miners  has  been opened in Merritt.  An $800 heating plant has been  put in the Marcus hospital.  A. J. Elliott has 6even tables in  his billiard hall at Quesnel.  There Avere 22 cases of tvphoid  fever in Kelowna last week.  BIRTHS  At Mother Lode on November  9, to Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph LaBelle,  a son.  On November 9, at the.hospital,  to Mr. and Mrs.jDesmazes, of  Westbridge, a son.' '  On November 6, to Mr. and  Mrs. Ed. Rowe, a son.  Wedding Anniversary.  J. F. Spalding, of Fernie was  in town last week. He is travelling by auto from Vancouver to  Fernie for the purpose of compiling a road book for autoists.  Remember the date of Dr.  Taube's visit to White's Drug  Store on Thursday, November 13  and if there is anything wrong  with your eyesight do not fail to  consult him.  Last Friday evening.the Schubert Symphony Club entertained  an appreciative audience iu the  Auditorium, Nothing better has  been heard in this city for many  months.  On Thursday evening a banquet will be given by the citizens  in the Greenwood Club, to E. R.  Redpath, who has been a resident of this city for more than  14 years.  David McBride, of Bridesville,  sued the Great Northern railway for $1,000 for causing damage to his property by fires. The  case was given a jury trial, and  resulted in a verdict for McBride  of $329 and costs. A. S- Black  appeared for the plaintiff, and  A. H. MacNeill for the defendants,  Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lundy. of  Midway, gave a party on Nov.  3rd in honor of their 25th anniversary of their wedding. The  evening was very pleasantly spent  with music and cards. At 12  o'clock supper was served, the dining room being beautifully decorated with autumn leaves and carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Lundy received many beautiful and useful  presents. Among those present  were J. R. Jackson, M.P.P., Mr.  and Mrs. W. Docksteader, Mr. and  Mrs. J. Bush, Mr. ancl Mrs. J.  McMynn, Mr. and Mrs. Van-Dyke,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, Mr.  and Mrs. S. A. Crowell, Mr. and  Mrs. Winter, Mrs. A. Mesker, Mrs.  S. Davinson, Mrs. O. Gunderson,  Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Froom, of Boise,  Idaho. Mrs E. Keightly, of Danville, Wash., Mrs. Heekman, the  Misses Sadie Mesker, Glendino  Davinson, Lottia Borders, Barbara  Tanuahill, Gladys Jackson, Virgil  Powers, Helena Hilschor, Emma  Thomot, Helen Thomet, and Miss  Winnie, tho Messrs. J. Docksteader, J. S. Harrison, H. Piiunell, 0.  Bnbar.  Mrs. Lundy was assisted in the  musical programme by Miss Mesker  Miss Davinson, Miss Powers, Mrs,  Van Dyke, Mrs. Froom and Miss  Borders. In receiving and general  entertainment she was ably assisted  by Miss Tannahill, Miss Jackson,  and Miss Hilscher.  Misses Thomets, Mrs. Powers,  and Mr. Van-Dyke won first prize  in progressive whist. Mrs. Keightly the booby.  Pheasants have bepn discovered  in the city park at Kelowna.  Frank Dickinson,, of Jaffray,  died iu Cranbrook last month.''  T. C. King has been appointed  postmaster at East Princeton.  A telephone line is being built  betvveen Telkwa and Smithers.  There is a moral and social reform movement in Prince Rupert.  This winter the Carnival in  Rossland will begin on February 2.  Two more restaurants were  started in Fort George last month.  Dutch Cline, of Hazelton, is  spending the winter in California.  W. J. Dowler has been city  clerk of Victoria for more than 25  years.  Cordwood from the vicinity of  Ladysmith is being sold in Vancouver.  The Monarch mine at Field is  again shipping its ore to the Trail  smelter.  Melons were grown this summer  at Fairbanks, Alaska, that sold for  $5 each. *  Golden has an amateur dramatic company. Mrs. F. H. Bacon  is president. "     "  In New Westminister eggs' were  selling at from 60 to 65 oents a  dozen last week.  A curling and skating rink will  ba built in Merritt at a cost exceeding $10,000.  This fall Carl Faulk, of Carcross,  Yukon, sold 200 fur foxes to W,  B. Purdy of Boston.  The Knob Hill mine at Republic is shipping daily 50 tons of ore  to the San Poil mill.  The finest roads in B.C. are in  the vicinity of Rock Creek, Grand  Forks and Greenwood.  . Mrs. .John Daly died in'Spokane>  recently.-' J John' Daly,' her husband,   was well-known ,iin'Kaslo  indJ3andon  in  the early 'days bf >  those camps.     Mrs.    -Daly    was;  buried in Butte.  Rolan Johnson a milk peddler,  in' Calgary has gone to Austria to .  got a fortune of twojmillion'dollars  left him by an uncle.     He will  bring the money to Alberta and  start a big ranch. -  John' Olapperton recently died  in Merritt aged 78 years. It is 47  years since he first settled in the  Nicola valley, although for the  past 15 years he had spent most of  bis time in Victoria.  Oats are 8175 a sack in Chisana,  and many horses have died for  lack of food. This year hundreds  of dogs will be used to freight goods  ijnto Chisana, Rabbits being  abundant there .is"plenty of food  for dogs.  The oil well about forty miles  from Calgary flows nine barrels' of  oil daily. Judging from the> noise  it has made in Calgary, expert oil  men at a distance would think it  was gushing at the rate of 9,000  barrels an hour.  Arthur Burnhard, one of tbe  survivors of the Titanic disaster,  was recently fined 850 and costs or  30 days in jail at Prince Rupert  for supplying liquor to Indians.  As all his friends went down with  the Titanic he has to serve his sentence.  Tom 0-air lost his right eye recently. It was injured last Jnly  by the explosion of a dynamite  cap while he was working at the  head of White river in the Yukon.  He suffered for several weeks alone  in a cabin. Dr. Cairnes came  along and took him to Dawson.  From there he went to Vancouver  and' had his eye removed" by a '  specialist. Years ago Clair was  well-known in the Slocan where  he made money mining, and lost it  while in the saloon business at  Sandon and Silverton.  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  .Nelson, B. O.  AT THE CHURCHES  Economy is the parent of integrity, and of liberty, and of ease,  and the ; sister of temperance, of  cheerfulness aud of health. Pro-,  fuaeness is a cruel and crafty  demon thnt generally involves hor  followers in dependence and debts.  There were only three cases of  small pox in Oroville last week,  two of them convalesents.  John Lynn will be hung in Kamloops on December 19, for the  murder of Joe Pickering.  Percy Reid has left the Yukon  to take a position with the Dominion government in Ottawa.  The stamps will be superseded  by the cyanide process at the  Owasco mine, near Oroville.  A company has been formed to  obtain a charter for a railway between Kamloops and Barkerville.  Fred G. Taylor was killed near  Fort George by a falling tree. He  was an Englishman and 25 years  old.  James Cowie died in Fort George  last month. He was with the  Hudson Bay Co., from 187G until  1911.  John Meagher, of Vancouver,  has leased the Beaufort hotel in  Port Alberni, and will open it this  week.  The South Fort George Herald  announces that some day it will  publish a daily paper in Prince  George, y.  In the near future Wm. Boyd  will build an aerial tramway, between the wharf and his famous  hotel at Halcyon.  Jack Swansborough committed  suicide in Princeton last week by  cutting his throat. He was a victim of the booze habit.  By next August the Canadian  Northern pxpects to be running  trains from Montreal, via Edmonton to the Pacific coast.  L. O. Rice & Co., will expend  over a million doliars to reclaim  40,000 acres of land at Snmas  Prairie, along the Fraser and. Ved-  der rivers. Work will begin next  week.  The Canadian Northern Railway has ordered two turbine, 20  knots au hour steamers in Scotland. They will ply between Port  Mann and Frisco, and will be  called the Duke of Connaught, and  Duke of Clarence. They would  sail just as well if called Dan and  Bill. '  Christian Science service will  be held m the Oddfellows Hall on  Sunday at 11 a.m.   All welcome.  Rev. A. T. Bell will preach in  the Methodist church next Sunday at 11' a.m. Sunday School  2.30 p.m.  There will be two services in  the Presbyterian church, Sunday  next, in the morning at 11 and in  the evening at 7:30. Sunday  School and Bible Class 2:30 p.m.  Church services at Rock Creek  on Sunday next. Matins and  Holy Communion, 10:30 a.m.  Evening service 8 pm. Address  by the Rev. A. M. Lloyd, "The  Architect of the Universe."  A Simple Preventive  Apropos the small-pox  danger  which threatens the valley Binco  the malady broke out in Oroville  some months ago, the Gazette has  been given the following, precautionary treatment which has been  employed by a doctor on the prairies who had to do with several  small-pox outbreaks.   The remedy  to ward off infection is as follow*:.  "Dissolve four ounces of cream of  tartar in a pint of boiling wate .  Take a wine glass of the solutii n  before retiring and again in tl e  morning before breakfast."   The  reason   why    the   comparatively  small quantity is specified is time  the liquid may be fresh and retain  its strength until it is all used, and  when'done a fresh solution may bo  prepared.   This with regular uh������  of the bath, plenty of fresh un-,  exercise, moderate eating of wholesome victuals, and proper thinking,  will leave little fear of contagion.  Of course it goes without saying  that clean premises and vaccination are at all  times  the  blw. r.  anchor   in   times of threatcnin;  small-pox outbreak.���������Hedley O.ms-  etfee.  VI  Worry  wars.  kills  more men   than  M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  MainiimwawiM ;  -      '  , i  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  W^Tagr-r^n tf.1T. ffl **.*lW ,i!^ f ������su-������nt������j t-waftBtrAaroaifM  THE  JLf  is located a I Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It conies' to the front every Thursday morniug. and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  kins.*; who sit?, on the cushions of the throne. Il believes that ad-  vyrtishig is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not- so paid.  It .is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  v������  EDITOR    AND  ti  FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, NOVEMBER 13, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that tho editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral. .  Tjik way to  hell  is paved with  poor whiskey.  The nimble newspaper ad is better than tho slow dodger.  'Ue a good lover and a woman  will forgive nearly all your faults.  I.v olden days many sea captainB  l calm weather fed the sailors on  beans.  We hear that money is getting  loose. Some tightwads must have  run out of rubber bands.  Mustard is good for the memory  and should be taken by all delinquent subscribers.  It is now reported that the band  on the sinking Titanic played,  "Row the Boat Ashore," and not  "Nearer My God to Thee," as was  given out at the.time.  Iii* the truth was known it is  quite likely that vaccination does  more damage than smallpox. Some  people cling to old superstitions  because their, minds are full of  fear.  tors who cannot rise above any  kind of bread ancl butter aro of no  real benefit in any community, except to their masters. If editors  would stand together and eliminate 1'ear they would make this  world a vastly better place to live  in. Most of them prefer any  crumbs that fall their way, and delight in fighting any progressive or  independent brother.  GIVE US WORK.  Tiik world is still like a lot of  boys at school. The best fighter  commands respect and admiration,  while the boy with brains in a  weak body is passed by like a torn  card in a wet ditch.  Toadyism to titles is seen in Canada by tho putting of the word  Prince, before the names of towns.  Few princes have done much for the  world. Most of their time is ab-  sorbed in looking wise, dressing up  for court occasions, drawing their  salaries and eating mush with a  B;lver spoon.  It is proposed by the Board of  Trade in'Vancouver,"to ask the  E. C. Legislature to pass an Act.,  advancing the standard time one  hour in this province, from the  first Sunday in April, until the  third Sunday in October. Unless  all' the other provinces followed  suit, a measure of this kind would  cause havoc with railroad timetables, but ifc would give some.of  tho people at the coast a better  chance to see the sun rise.  Women are treated better in  America aud English countries  than in almost any others. In  Russia a woman cannot go to tlie  next town without a passport, and  her word is of little use against the  other sex. ' She probably can't buy  a hat without first getting a permit;. In Canada all they need ia  tin* price, but with all our boasted  freedom the women of America,  and especially Canada have some  rights that havo not yet boon  granted them.  Is America the dollar seems to  1)0 mightier than tho press. One  reason for this is that independent  oditorB are not wanted by grafters  ancl boodlers, and people who can  rise abovo the hypnotism of a dol-  Ai.l men should have a chance  to work at any and all times, and  by so doing receive sufficient compensation to live in a comfortable  social and economic condition,  Writing on this subject many years  ago Horace Greeley said:  "The right to labor, secured to  them in the creation of the earth,  taken away in the granting of the  soil to a minor portion of them,  must be restored. Labor, essential  to all, is the inexorable subsistence  to the poor. It must be fully guaranteed to all, so that each may  know he can never starve or be  forced to beg while able and willing  to work. Our public provision for  pauperism is but a wretched and  halting substitute for this. [Society  exercises no paternal guardianship  over the poor man, until he "has  surrendered to despair. He may  spend a whole year and his little  all in vainly seeking employment,  ancl all this time society does nothing, cares nothing for him; but  when his last dollar is exhausted  and his capacities very probably  protrasted by the intoxicating  draughts to which he is driven to  escape the horrors of reflection, then  he becomes a subject of public charity, and is often maintained in  idleness for the rest of his days at  a cost of thousands, when a few  dollars worth of foresight and timely aid might have preserved him  from his fate, and in a position of  independent usefulness for his  whole after life.  But the right to labor���������that is,  to constant employment with a just  and full recompense���������cannot be  guaranteed to all without a radical  change in our social economy. I,  for one, am very willing, nay, most  anxious, to do my full Bhare toward securing to every man,  woman and child, full employment  and just recompense for all time to  come. I feel sure that this can bo  accomplished. Rut I cannot, as  tho world goes, give enployment at  any time to all who ask of me, nor  the hundredth part of them.  "Work, work! givo us something  to do!���������anything that ivill secure  us honest bread," is at this  moment (1S4G) tho prayer of no  less than 30,000 human beings  within the sound 'of our city hall  bell. They would gladly be producers of wealth, yet remain from  week to week more consumers of  bread which somebody has to earn.  Here is an enormous waste and  loss. We must devise a remedy.  It is tho duty ancl not less than  palpable interest,  of the healthy,  so. The ultimate aud thorough  remedy, I believe, is found iu  association.  Thinking Themes  Henri Bergson, in his essay on  "Laughter," defines the sense of the  comic, in substance, to be the instinctive protest of mankind against non-conformity. It is society's  instinct of self protection. We  laugh at what is not the usual, at  whatever is not life.  Certain it is that the greatest  weapon against reform is ridicule.  The suffragette, the prohibitionist, the socialist, the apostle of  eugenics, the advocate of inter-'  national disarmament, anybody in  fact who wants the world to change  and do better, has no enemy so  deadly as the smile.  In former times if a man refused  to conform they burnt him or tortured him; nowadays they laugh at  him, And who. asked Paley, can  refute a sneer?  Hence it follows that the true  test of a reformer is whether or  not he be willing to be a fool.  You can think of no advance  step the world has ever taken  where the first apostles bf it were  not considered madmen.  And if you don't want to be  thought absurd, if you' hate to be  laughed at, if above all things you  prize your dignity and covet esteem, you would better belong and  keep quiet. Cultivate sidewhiskers  and keep away from progressives.  I ask of a painting or a statute,  of a building or a landscape, in  short, of everything, but ore question:   Does it vitalize?  I do not care if it be pretty or  ugly, pleasant or repulsive; for  sometimes disagreeable things give  that necessary fillip to the soul  that stimulates.  Of a novel, it matters not if it  "turns out all right" or if it is a  tragedy, but I want it to wake-me,  to stir me to a new interest in life.  As for a woman, the deepest demand I make on her is not that  her comliness, charm of senses,  nor her grace captivate my fancy,  but that she give me her priceless  gift, to wit: zest of life. The  greatest women I have met have  been those with that peculiar  power to inspire.  And as to men, whether philosophers, thinkers, actors or orators, let them be optimists or  pessimists, only let them rouse me.  Whether they do it by love and  smiles or by a curse and a blow, it  is all one, provided they make me  want to do, to create, to conquer-  to live.���������Dr. Frank Crane.  a decided improvement over those  who are on strike and, when the  situation has' cleared and all the  minors are again working at normal rates, the copper country of  Michigan will be a better business  district, a better homo district and  a better all around community  than ever before in its history.  The iirst question asked the new  men who are coming in is, "Can  you talk English?" Every one of  the' newly arrived men' speak  English. Eighty percent of those  who have taken places at the Calumet & Hecla are Germans, either  in origin or descent. Physically  they are a decided improvement  over the men who went on strike  for they are unusually large men,  wall proportioned and ��������� athletic.  Among the number were a few  full blooded Indians. One ��������� party  of 120 Armenians arrived last  ,week. They were delighted with  their jobs and with the district.  One miner who talked about his  experience said, "I have worked  in six different mining districts in  the United States. I have worked  in coal mines in West Virgina and  in the copper mines of Butte and  in the copper mines of Arizona*  I came here from Butte. Incidentally don't think that everything is  lovely in the Butte district because of the domination there by  the western federation. There is  such a row on there in the organization itself that it is likely to  break loose any time and when it  does you can bet the mine managers will not let the chance slip to  get rid of the whole outfit.  . ' 'Nobody out there says a word  against the federation because it  would be worth your life to do so.  Everybody is afraid of the gang  that runs it. They get away with  things that other people serve  prison sentences for and intimidation is their long suit. The disinterested community is digusted  and if the chance ever comes the  row that Butte will have will be  nothing to what has happened  here.  It All Depends  A woman is only as old as she looks���������  At least so we learn from a sage  Whose knowledge is deepest concerning  his books  Than it is of a woman's age.  A widow at forty might seem but a score,  As fair and fresh as the dawn,  But that depends always���������perhaps less or  more���������  How early you see her at morn.  I,UE F. VERNON.  Religious Parable  The collection at the negro  church had been far from satisfactory, and the parson had racked  his brains to find a source to enlarge it. Finally he hit upon a  plan.  Tlie following Sunday at church,  he got up and said: "Breddern,  dere's been a mos' unfortunate  occurrence here laBt night. A  friend of mine has told me that his  chickens were stole last night.  Now, he's done got his suspicions  ob who done it, and he tells me  that the guilty person is in the  habit ob giving sparingly at  church. Brudder Mose, pase de  plate."  Everyone gave freely and watched his neighbor to see what he  would give. The parson rubbed  his hands gleefully as he counted  the collection.  "Breddern," he said, "Ah wants  to thank you for you mos' gener-,  ous contribution. As to de chicken stealing, ah'll relieve you by  tellin' you dat dat was a parable  gotten up' foh de benefit ob re  ligion."  THINK OF IT.  Made to your measure here.  No excuse to be without one  for those parties and dances this  winter at this price.  W.Elson&Co  NOTICE  In the County Court of Yale liolden at Green  wood, in Probate  In tlie matter of Peter McMaliou. deceased, and  in tlie matter of the of the official administrators' Act.  NOTICE is herebv ifiveu that by an order  made by Hia Honor j. R. Brown, Judge of this  Honorable Court, dated this 23rd day of September. A. D. 1913, the undersigned vrai appointed administrator of all and singular the  estate and ������ffects of the above named Peter  McMahon, late of Sidley iu tlio County of Yale  In the ProvlBce. of British Columbia, deceased  rancher, who died latestate on or about tlie 8th  day of September, A. D. 1910.  All persons having claims airaiiist the estate  of the said deceased are required.to send the  same with particulars thereof, duly verified by  affidavit, to the umUrslprned on or before the-  15th day of December 19H, and all persons indebted lo the said deceased are reqaired to pay  the amount of siioh indsbteduoss to the undersigned forthwith.  Dated this 4th day of November. A.D, 191->.  JOSEPH A. BROWN  Official Administrator for the Comity Court  District of Similkameen, Keremeos, B..' C.  Lake Superior Strike  A special to the Boston Commercial from Houghton, Mich.,  says:  At this writing the total number of imported workmen who  have arrived in the copper country  to take the places of striking  trammers amounts to 1,400 men.  Of this number less than 100 have  quit since. The most of them are  more than pleased with the country, with their jobs and with their  wages.  New men are coming into the  district by dozens on their own accord and they are good workmen,  Who Was Shy  An Irishman going into a small  lunch room ordered a bowl of  chowder, which was ten cents.  When he finished his chowder he  placed nine cents on the counter  and started to leave, but the waiter called him back, saying: "See  here, sir, you're shy a cent," to  which the Irishman replied;  "Count your money again and  ye'll find it's yerself is shy a cent."  mmBWmffiiffi&M  Tbe most accurate, reliable and only Market Report and Price List  OIIU kind published  "ftfje &bttet Ripper  Hailed Absolutely free to For Shippers-Send "Sbobert"  year name on a postal today  You want this valuable publication���������it is worth hundreds of  dollars to you, issued at every change of the Fur Market,  giving you an accurate and reliable report of what is doing in  all the Markets of the World in American Raw Furs.  Write for it���������now���������it's free       .    _..   AD     GRIIDffDT     In a     15-27 WEST AUSTIN AVENUE  .   It.   OtltlDfcKfl,   8I1C.,  DEPT. 535 ClUCa60.D.S.fl.  WESTERN - -" HOTELS.  N1SWMAUKKX   HOTEL  Is the home for all tourists and  millionaires visiting* New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON. Proprietor.  THE   PROVINCE   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  .with   every    accommodation    at  . reasonable rates.'  Emll Larson, Proprlotor,  THE   KASLO   HOTEL  Kaslo, B. C���������  is a comfortable  home for ali who travol to that  ,city.  Cockle & Pnpwortn.'  ARLINGTON HOTEL  Trail, B. C.���������This hotel has been  thoroughly renovated: It is heated  by steam, and has hot and cold  water in all rooms. A pleasant  home for all who travel. '    JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor  TKEMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on the American and European plan. Steam'  heated rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining  ri.om.  Eansomo & Campbell, Props,  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C. is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything- first-class ''  K1RKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  BRIDESVILLE   HOTEL. ,  Bridesville,   B. C.   This   hotel   is  within easy reach of all the leading  A Boundary towns and the centre ol  ���������  a fine farmingjdistrict.  THODIAS   WALSH.   Proprietor.  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modem accommodation and sample rooms;  SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS '  Opposite depot. Extensive alter  ations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. _ New pool room and sample  roomsin connection. ���������  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY  RIVERSIDE HOTEL  ��������� Rock Creek, B. C. This is one of  the oldest hotels in the Kettle Valley. Excellent accommodation for  all travellers.   ���������  . S. T. LARSEN, Proprietor.  ALGOMA������HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors aud cigars.  JAMES1HENDERS0N Pro rleto  I  I  ��������� $*<���������  Nelson, B.C.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every, room. * First-class  bar and barber shop.  ' 'Bus meets all trains. .-  ROCK CREEK HOTEL  ��������� Rock Creek,' B.C;   This hotel'is'  situated on historic ground, and  has' tasty   meals   and    excellent  '   rooms.   ���������.'.'��������� :'.  '   T. R.. HANSON, Proprietor.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  ���������     FHCOENI3C'    B.   O. ���������.  The Newest. and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean*  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.  HARTHAN & WELSH  Props.  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. (L '.  The  Really Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN .BOYER     - -    PROP  GRAND CENTRAL  -HOTEL.-  Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in -  '���������   the city.   Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  &.L*  EHOLT, B, G  fl  I  DAVID OXLEY  Proprietor.  I The Windsor Hotel  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 financial and  commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis.        *  Heated with Steam and Lit by Electricity  Commodious sample rooms.    The bar is replete with  all modern beverages and the meals are the best. Rooms  reseived by telegraph.  **K<^������><MM'>4>64������MgMete0������4M*>o*x~:^^^  'i\  i  ?!  ?!  ?!  ?!  '/  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  THE OLD RELIABLE COMMON SENSE SLEIGH  iiir aro not numerou? enough.    A  muzzled press and lickspittle edi-,' the thrifty, the taxpaying, to do  SOLD BY  JAS. G.  MOMYNN  GENERAL MERCHANT  MIDWAY  Kmmmfnmmmmfnmmmmmnmimfnmmmmmma  I Stanfield's; Underwear. |  |                Bell's Shoes |  |               Mallory j Hats 1  1 Semi-Ready Clothing I  |  P. W. GEORGE & C  H     COPPER STREET      V       GREENWOOD, R C,   ||  a-Utfj-tMUMif.*  ���������^���������������������������rc'ya������������i*������������]a!MM^^  '������. M'l'W*ffl "*���������*���������'���������������������������* .T-'f*' fi**1- .���������ii,  if  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up4o-Date Optical   'mj^,, :  Department in the Interior.    HelSOIl,  i$������ i^,  TEMPERANCE |  is, all right if shorn of liumbuggery. %  Too much water drinking is just'.*,  as injurious as too much liquor or f  anything else. , Y  OUR PURE WINES ?  ,���������DEALER IN���������   -  Doors, Windows, Sash.  AND LIQUORS  All kinds of carpenter work neatly done.-  Box 127      -      -    -     Greenwood  The original hard drawn wire  TUNGSTENS  II  CIRCLE-'  A Column   Dedicated, to  When you ,want a headstone or  monument write to the "Kootenay"  Monumental Works, Nelson", B.C  are medicinal if not abused.   Every $  household should have a moderate X  supply of pure wines or liquors iu . A  the  closet  for   emergency���������either y  unexpected visitors or, sudden' ill- %  ness, when ,a drop of pure liquor %  in time may forestall all necessity y  for drugs.  40 WATT LAMPS  75 cents each  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  Pleasant Evening Reveries,     ^ ^uiuinn   i^eoicaiea to    I/I :   jj Tired Mothers as they Join the Home Circle at Evening ���������// STARKEY  &   CO  bj Tide                                                                            '/ ill            .                      '  *"'     ' ���������"   "'" " " ������������������-������������������- Tfl Ml ������������������������������������������������������  The 'bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left  unsaid and for deeds left undone, , "She never knew that  NELSON, B. C.  MINING  .BROKERS  Greenwood Etqwor gompaity, importers, Greenwood, B. '& ���������  |������^^.<������:^:������k������x-*<hm^^,x������4kX**:������w *W<*:������:*h><m^.������***^.<nx^x~^^  ������  ' Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.  Notary Public,  Land and Mining Agent,  Mining Recorder's Office.'  ROCK CREEK, B.C,  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  (30 days) |5i00-  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) ��������� j7#so  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days)        ������7 so  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90 '  ur /H;) ���������.������������������������������������, ������10.00  Water Notices (small)     ������7,so  All other legal advertising, 12' cents' a  hue, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  Noupariel measurement  JtJtJtjtJXjtjtjtjtjSS'JtjSjtjtjt,?  '    .. .         %  ���������������  <*  <*  1  <*  %  <%  fc  fc  fc  fc      '        '.  ^   ' Saturday   last    stage    leaves  fc  Mother Lode 6 p. m.   Returning,  fc' leaves Greenwood 10 p. m       .      ���������%  fc _ '  ���������%  ^   ���������       Greenwood Office ^  was  to- me" ��������� "I ~  Leaves Mother Lode  .9,30' a. m. .  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  '2:00 p.  8:30 p.  m.  m.  I loved her. "- He never knew-what he   ......   ._   always meant to make more oS: our friendship. "��������� I did not  know what.He was to mc.until he was gone. Such words  are the poisoned arrows which1 cruel death shoots from  the door -of the' sepulchre.  " X *r ������  The lady who laughs heartly is a doctor without a diploma. " Her face does more good in a ' sick room than a  bushel of powders or a gallon of bitter draughts. People  are always glad to see her. Their hands instinctively go  half way out to meet her grasp, while they turn involuntarily from the dampy touch of the dyspeptic; who speaks  in the groaning key.' She laughs you out of your faults,  while you never dream bf being offended with her and you  never know what a pleasant,world you live in until she  points out the.sunny streaks on her pathway,  PROSPECTS    BOUGHT   AND   <SOLD  Ideal in Second-hand  goods and have the  largest sign in B. C.  I buy or sell anything from a needle  to a carload.  ED. PECKHAM  *^FnMMjaw,wwtnMiEfMBtHfii^fffliiffifB*niinir^^  NOTICE.  Greenwood Office  HOTEL  ������ nord:en   HOTEL $  JtJt&JtJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJtjfiJtJtJ*  .���������'^inmnimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnrammg  ������ Greenwood to Phoenix Stage |  g Leaves Greenwood. Daily at 3, p. m. 3  s~ Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.        3  ��������� S= GREENWOOD OFFICE        -. - CLUB CIGAR STORE =3  ������v ^^���������--^^mmmm^ ~***  H JOHN FULLER      .,       ^        ,       PROPRIETOR |l  nmimmmmiMimmmmmimmmiiM  00000<>0<X><>0<H>0<KX>000<>CH>CK>0  9^999GQ������m9&&GGOW9m9������e9������&@Q&������9Q������&90Q9&������9m99&aS  Chlorine   8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363.43  Silica' ,"  74.29  Lime  84.57  Alkalies as Soda   5.91  Magnesia  232.00  Wthia 86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING of tlio County Court of Yale will  m   ��������� l'0,flQ������ llt fie Court House, Greenwood,  on rnesdiiy tlielSlli day of Novcmber.1913, at  eleven o'clock in tlio forenoon.  By order,  WALTER DEWDNEY,  Eegistr ar C. C of Y  ' ���������DEALER IN���������  All Kinds of Feed  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  See. 19  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at1 Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or $12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  NOTICE is hereby jrivon that, on the 1st dav  of December next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  renewal of'the licence for the sale of liquor bv  wholesale In and upon the premises known as  ?''.,;?I',Spriufr Brewery situated at Anaconda,  JJritish '.olumbia, upou the lauds described as  Lots Gaud 7, Block 15, townsite of Anaconda,  l);iled this lGth day of October, 1913.  c. C. WIELAND.  .   ' Applicant,  "OUR BEST  FLOUR"  Always up to Standard  your Razors Honed f  and Your Baths at J  LKHIIiam Boyd, Proprietor,     :     :     fiaicyon, B. ft ������  W   9   9   ���������"���������    ���������  II  FRAWLEV!  GREENWOOD,  c^XwXmx^x^x^X'^k^k^X":  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  "Ten-  ARG������  TUNNEL  It is necessary to develop  and work the  natural resources that surround a city  in order to bring prosperity  to the community.   The tunnel at the Argo is in a long  distance and a large body of  high grade ore may be struck  at any time.    This would  mean  a  big profit to  the  stockholders   and   another  boom'for Greenwood.  PHOENIX LOCK-UP.  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed ���������������.  tier for Phoenix Lock-up" will be received by  the Honourable the Minister of Public Works  Up tonoou of Wednesday, the 19th day of November, l'J13, for tho erectiou and completion  of a lock-up, court-room, and coustablo's quarters at Phoenix, In the Graud Forks Electoral  District.  Plans, specifications, contract, and forme of  tender may be .seen on and after the 5th day of  November, 1913, at the office of the Provincial  Constable Phoenix; Mr. S. R, Almond, Government Agent, Grand Forks; or the Department'  of Works, Victoria, U.C.  Intending- tenderers can obtain oue copy of  Plans and specifications for the sum of ten dollars $10, by .applying to the undersigned, wliioh  s-iim will be refunded on their return In eooi  order.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque orceitificateof deposit on a  chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the  Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for  a sum equal to ten per cent of tender, which  shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline  to enter into contract when called upon to do  so, or If he fail to complete the work contracted  for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them  upon the execution of tlie contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied, signed with the  actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed  in the envelopes furnished.-  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted,  J E. GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victotia, B.C., November, 3rd, 1913.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  ��������� ARE A 1 QUALITY  IfS  The BRILUANTES  Are the Best Clear Havanas In Canada  Made by Union Labor in tlie best Hygienic Factory in the country.   Call for  them and get value for your money Instead of rope  WILBEPG & WOLZ, prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory, New Westminster, B. C.  The gentle grace of the mother lives in the daughter  long after her head is pillowed in the dust of death; and  the fatherly kindness finds its echo in the nobility and  courtesy of sons, who come to wear his mantle and fill his  places: while on the other hand, from an unhappy, misgoverned and disorded home, go forth persons who shall make  other homes miserable ancl perpetuate sourness and sadness, the contentions, strifes and railings, which have  made their own early lives so wretched and distorted.  ' "ir 7T -3r  . THOUGHTS ON OLD AGE  I am afraid that old people found life rather a dull business in the time of King David and his rich old subject  and friend, Barsilai,' who, goor man, could not have told  a teal from a canvas-back, nor enjoyed a symphony coiv  cert, if they had had those luxuries in his day. There  were no pleasant firesides for there were no chimneys.  There were no daily newspapers for the old man to read  and he could not read if there were, with his dim eyes, nor  hear them read, very probably, with his dulled ears. There  was no tobacco a soothing drug, which in its various forms  a great solace to many old men aud some old women���������  Carlyle and his mother used to smoke their pipes together  you remember.  Old age is infinately more cheerful, for  intelligent people at least, than it was two or three thousand years ago.  It is our duty so far as we can, to keep it so.''   There will  always be enough about it that is solemn, and more than  enough, alas! that is saddening.    But how  much there is  in our times to lighten its burdens!   If they that lookout  at the windows be darkened the optician is  happy to supply them with eye-glasses for use before the  public,   and  spectacles for their hours of   privacy.    If   the grinders  cease because they are few they can be made again   by a  third dentition, which brings'uo toothache  in  its   train.  By temperance and good habits of life,   proper  clothing,  well-warmed, well-drained and well   ventilated  dwellings  'and sufficient not too much excercise, the old man of our  time may keep his muscular strength in very good condition.  NOTICE is hereby, given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Minister of Lands for a license to prospect for  coal and petroleum on (he following described lauds situate in the Similkameen  land division of Yale district, commencing at a post planted at the south east  corner of lot 2722; thence 80 chains east;  thence 80 chains north; thence 8o' cliains  west; thence 80 chains south to point of  commencement; containing 64o acres  more or less.  Dated this 6th day of October, I913;  WILLIAM F. BOETTCHER,- Locator.  J. S. HARRISON, Agent.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  C_\OAL mining rights ofthe Dominion,  J". in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of British'  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  p an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent ofthe district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions  of sections,   and   in  unsurveyed,  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of (merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.  _ The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at rhe  rate of Jio.oo au acre. ' * ���������  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary ofthe Depart  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any ,  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for  OLA LOFSTAD  President  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for .Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville<at 3:10  p. m. Leave ordera afc Terliuiio's  Cigar Store.       Charles Russkll,  JAMES McCREATH  Secretary.  DR. A. MIXJLOY  DENTIST  | SHOES SHINED |  | At the Windsor Hotel by f  I ZACK WATSON "  Plumber  and Tinner  I am prepared to ex**  ecute all orders for  plumbing and tinsmith-  ing in city or country.  X MESSENGER SERVICE  *^C������X^X������>><X"X"X^<"X������*<>������X^"X'  GEORGE CLERF.  All   the  NOTICE  Iu tit* matter of an application for tlie Issue nf  a duplicate certificate) uf Titlo tn Lot 25JO  Qrmip 1 Slmlllmmccu Division of Yale  NOVICE is licraliy given that It Is my Intcu  Hon to Ih������ii< at tlie expiration of one mentlt  after the first publication hereof a Duplicate of  tilt CcrMflcata of Title to tlie nliave raoutioiicd  lot In tlij Name of Franclft Kclwftnls, ivlilcii  certificate Ih dated tlio 27th day of October, 1904  nnd ttuiubcrtd 7742 A.  C.H.DUNBAR,  District Koplatrar  Laud Registry Office, Kainloopx, November lit  1913,  latest  methods   in   high-class  Dentistry.  LOO BUILDING  Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.  VANCOUVER,   -   -   -   B.C.  ^oooooooooooooooooooooooo  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  OU<><K������X>0<>0<>000000000000000  Every young man who wastoa hi8  youth is putting a mortgage on his  prime.   ���������  Tho newspaper that always pleas-  oe all its readers has never been  published,  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  ,._ ���������    '       NOTICE  Searboro Mineral Claim, situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: Iu Central Camp adjoin-  Intf'lho Gold Dollar  TAKE NOTfCE that I, SydnoyM, Johnson  nctliiir   as   n'lrctit  for    E.    0.    Lewis  Free Miner's Certificate No. 61796 B, and  Duiieau lluchatiau Tree Miners Certificate No.  6384711 Intend, 60������lays from date liereof,to apply  to the MinliiM* Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement, for the purposo of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of tlio ahovo claim.  Aud further take notlco that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day o   September, A. D. 1913.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During tho 87 months that Lowery'a  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It was tho most  unique, indopondont and fearless journal over produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of tho mails,  and its editor ceasad to publish it,  paity on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to run a paper that is outlawed, lhere  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10 conte  and get one or $2 aud got tho bunch.  R.T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. O  A THOUSAND A YEAR  How many shiftless idlers there'ar'e sighing ' 'If I had but  a thousand a year what wonders would I do."    There are  other things which they need far worse than a  "thousand  a year;" it is ambition, stir around, application, push and  wise economy.   Without these capital would made them  spendthrifts.    With or>ithout capital, all who deserve it  can and do win wealth and character.   They are within  the reach of all.   A great majority of our most successful  men started in life ancl business with only the  prospect of  a "thousand a'ycar. "   A young man who cannot   by his  own indomitable will mould and direct the elements about  him so as to win success is undeserving of wealth or position.   There is no use standing  idly,   crying about what  you would do if you had capital.   Providence endowed you  with capital if you will only use   it.    Brains   and  muscle  working together in harmony always win.    It is what   a  man was endowed with them for.   If such valuable capital  is left to rest and rot the possessor will live in poverty and  obscurity as he ought to.    Cease whining and go to work.  Keep away from saloons and gambling houses.    Abandon  all useless expenses and no matter how small  your income  save a certain per cent of it each year, and soon you will  have creed, capital and  wealth.    The road is plain easy  and certain. Providence has given you capital���������don't bury  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Elkhorn Fraction Mineral Claim, situato lu  the Greenwood Mining-' Division of Vale dis-  ������i u%nrV?Z'i,M' ln Providence Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert D.-McKaiwIc  Free Mluer'a Certificate No. 01755.1!, luleud  sixty days-from date hereof, to iipply t��������� the  MIuIhk-Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claims.  And further tako notice that action under section 85, must bo commenced before tho issue of  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tula 18th. day of September, A. D. .91.1.  R, d, Mckenzie  it���������go forth aud a "thousand  a year" shall be thine.  About Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It -  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New 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 '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed the   .  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  ��������� roamings of a western  editor among the tenderfeet 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  R. T. Lowerv  GBEENWOOD, B. O.   "  A Man's Heart can be Reached Through  His Stomach  by drinking a glass of two of Silver Spring Beer,  For the fair sex. wc can. say tlie same.   So if you want  \ a refreshing drink remember  Silver Spring Lagar Beer  SMOKE....  Imperatoi* and Kootenay Standard  Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co.; NELSON.  :iiul  C.  7.;    ASSA VBR  ' . R W.' WIDDOWSON, Assayer  Chemist, Box biio8, Nelson, B. ������,.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, I,ead or Copper,  |i each. Gold-Silver, or 8! er-U-ad,  lr.50. Prices for other tnetals: Coul,  Cement Fireclay analyses on  applica-  l10.?: . rJ}ti. largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  quickly stops coutrhs, cures colds, anu Tsc-.:������  the threat and Junes.      ;;      ;;      ao cu.i'.u.  IBMkH^IMWn  \t '���������: ������������������;?'. *i  -'���������  /'   "    - I     J  ^ Al  ���������     / '^'ffl*  L  j ''Mb  .''     '* ,:'l-H  " ���������    V   i"J?.'f  ''-,''' ���������������������������*# i'l  ',, ' '''���������>,'I  ��������� -1  - 'I  ��������� IB t������ii������g'jaag.a,������ift'jjgtts^  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  OCOO O<>CK><K*K-)<KK>OO<>OOO<>0<X><>0  s     BOUNDARY USES    f  OOO 000-00000000000 ooooooooo  ���������    <���������' A special iu the New York Min-  ��������� ing   Age,   dated   from  Greenwood  Oct. 23, in  reference to the B.- C.  Copper Co. says:  In tlie. first eight months of the  , year 5,590,000 pounds of fine cop-  . per were produced, as compared  ���������with U.UCySll for the 12 months  of 1912. The monthly production  this year lias averaged only G9G;-  000 pounds of line copper per  month, and with the blowing in of  tho third furnace and the more  facile handling of ore supplies the  monthly production should now be  in the vicinityiof 1,050,000 pounds.  On this basis the years production  of British Columbia Copper should  be close to 9-400,000 pounds,  which exceeds by 1,500,000 the  production as estimated only a  month ago.  .UK! UNDtfUGUOO'D BLAST  Thi-i favorable  development in  the plans of the British Columbia.  Copper Company is due to  the big  underground  blast in tho Mother  Lode   mine early   iu   September.  This blast, which was the greatest  set off in mining in the history  of  tho   world,  broke   down   450,000  tons of ore instantaneously,  at the  pressure    of   a     push     button.  Twenty-five tons of 40 per cent;,  giant powder had been used, and  4,123 fifteon-foot holes had  been  drilled.    In 1912 the banner year  of the company,   the consumption  of crude ore   ainounced   to   onhy  443,000 tons, so it  is seen that at  one blast from this one mine alone  there was broken  down considerably more than a years ore supply.  The cost of this blast has already  been charged against development  expenditures,    and    must   result,  therefore, in a low  operating cost  for milling and copper  production  during the forthcoming months.  LOWKKIjS'G operating costs  The mine  workings have been  cleared since the blast to make it  possible to mine .very handily tbe  additional tonnage, aud hence the  blowing in of the third furnace.  The year 1914 should witness  the production of at least 12,500,-  000 pounds of copper at the lowest  operating cost in the history of the  company. And now that the  British Columbia Copper company  is coming into funds through its  holdings of NewGDominion Copper  Company stocks and bonds the  financial outlook is the rosiest in  several years.  Reports received here from  Princeton, B.C., indicate that  there is considerable activity in  the Voigt camp and on Copper  Mountain. In 1912 the British  Columbia Copper Company acquired a large interest in the  Frisco aud 13 other Voigt claims,  and the company now owns or has  under option at least 50 claims in  Voigt and on Copper Mountain,  and is still said to be on tho market looking for more to "round  out" a good mining property of  substantial acreage. Four diamond drills are busily exploring  the ground and 100 men arc finding active employment. It is believed that that the activities of the  British Columbia Copper Company in tlie Voigt camp would be  much more livelier wero the company's finances in an easier condi  tion.  strong, as president of. the company, addressed the meeting. ��������� Mr.  Armstrong briefly reviewed tho  history of the mine from the time  the stock was first offered for sale  in "Winnipeg, giving an outline of  the proposition as then submitted  to Winnipeg people. It developed  from Mr. Armstrong's statement  that, after he took oflice, it was  discovered that title to the mine  property .was not vested in the  mining company. In order to do  this it was necessary ' to mortgage  the property, which was done, the  'first mortgage amounting to $32,-  000. Both previous and subsequent to this certain directors and  other gentlemen in Winnipeg had  advanced to the mining company  sums amounting to nearly ������40,000.  Coal-Oil'Johnny  0^<K>OO0<><>CK>r>OOO<><>OO0<K>0O<>0  I   B. C. MINING NEWS   |  O O  ������KJO<>0<-KKKKX><>000<>OOOO.OOOOO.C>  There was an animated meeting  of the stockholders of tho Lucky  Jim zinc mine in Winnipeg, Two  hundred were present, but "Lucky  Jim"a^Loper, the promotor, was  not among them. Finally shareholders agreed on re-organization.  It developed that the title of tho  mine had to be paid for out of  earnings. Much of the stock is  held in Vancouver, Victoria, Spokane and Winnipeg.  J. A.   Ban/ield was selected as  chairman, and Hon.  Hugh Arm-  In 1SG4 in Philadelphia, Skiff &  Gaylord's Minstrels were organized.  This company was organized  and put on the road with the  money of "Coal Oil Johnny," as  he was familiarly known���������the sole  conditions being that portraits of  himself as "financial agent,"  should adorn tho posters and programs. As "Johnny" became so  identified -with the business we  will give a brief account of him.  His right name was John W.  Steele."  Some four miles above Oil City,  directly on the line of the Oil  Creek and Allegheny River Railway, lies a tract once celebrated  as "Widow McClintock Farm."  Here for some years, ignorant of  the boundless wealth beneath their  feet, the McClintocks, in common  with the other natives of that little  more than half civilized region,  plodded along, day after day. No  children came to cheer the solitude  and eat the flapjacks of the worthy  matron���������probably a wise dispensation of Providence, as the pro-,  ducts of the farm were not extensive enough to fill many mouths  with any degree of certainty. At  last, however, as old age came  creeping in their direction,  thoughts regarding the disposal of  their valuable property began to  trouble them, and the conclusion  was at last reached to adopt some  healthy boy and make him sole  heir.  But a short distance from the  McClintocks lived a man by the  name of Steele; and as the barrenness of the land had not extended  to his wife, he found himself the  father of a numerous progeny, and  often was sorely puzzled, about  plans for keeping the wolf from the  door. To him due application was  made, and without hesitation he  gave them the pick of the flock,  remarking that he had ten or  twelve more to dispose on the same  terms. As tho most promising  one, "Johnny" was selected, ancl  thereafter he was trained up in  the way he ought to have gone.  In the fulness of time came the  discovery of petroleum, aud the  accompanying army of seekers  after the greasy fluid. One eruption after another swept across the  McClintock farm, literally tramping out tho expected harvest, and  at the age of three score and ten  tho old man saw starvation staring  him in the face. Besides this, he  was continually pestered by offers  for the pnrchaso of tho old homestead until finally his ancient body  succumbed and ho was gathered to  his fathers.  For a long time the old lady refused to have anything to do with  the outside barbarians; but at last,  in sheer despair, she leased a portion of the farm, every portion of  which afterwards proved wonderfully productive. Being forever  ruined for agricultural purposes,  the venerable widow now employed some household assistance, and  spent her days in cording np bonds  and    greenbacks  in   the   cellar,  though afterwards she was induced  to purchase a safe, as being more  secure. ��������� In this pleasant pastime,  she might have passed tho remaining period of her useful life, had she  not attempted to make the fire  burn one morning by pouring on  i<i a bucketful of crude oil. In an  i ncredibly short space of time ahe  was in a country where petroleum  in supposed to be unknown; and  from that date began tho career of  her heir, soon known far and wide  an "Coal Oil Johnny."  After the mortal remains of the  old lady had cooled and been properly interred,  Steele,  who np to  this time had been busily engaged  in hauling oil,   took  $75,000 from  the safe, and, with three or four  teamsters,  started out on a cruse  into that outside world  bf which  they had heard  strange rumors.  These    companions    were    soon  shaken  off,    however,   and   their  places seized by a number of parasites, who clung to the young man  as long as he had a penny left.  Prominent among these was one  Seth Slocum,   who installed himself    as   "financial  agent,"   and  afterwards   inseparable,   the   two  then   plunged    into   the   wildest  species of excess.     Spending the  greater portion of their time   in  Philadelphia and New York, one  may here there yet the stories of  their extravagance and wild orgies.  Doubtless many of these tales are  exaggerated, but enough is known  to mark Slccum] down"as a most  successful swindler,  and  Steele as  the most consumate; fool   of the  present generation.  The chief aim of the latter's life  appeared to be to literally throw  away his fortune as rapidly as pos  sible. and he' succeeded so well  that he squandered nearly two  million dollars in less than twelve  months. His methods of doing  this was very peculiar, and perhaps original. Gifts of five and  ten thousand dollars, sets of diamonds to his male and female  friends' were matters of every day  occurence, while to vary the monotony he would sally into the  street, purchase the finest barouche  and span he could find, take a  short drive and giye the tournout  to the driver. Another favorite  freak was to lease the hotels where  he might be stopping, and allow  none of the guests to pay bills during his administration, while his  losses at faro were heavy and continuous, John Morrissey's bank  having won $50,000 in one night.  But what, perhaps, gave him as  much notoriety as anything .else,  was the organization of Skiff &  Gaylord's Minstrels.  He gave two members of the  company a diamond pin and ring,  and to each member of the company a complete wardrobe; and  they started on their way rejoicing.  He purchased a large interest in a  large hotel in Meadville for $45,-  000, and getting a little hard up  one day sold it back for 810,000;  while other property in and around  the same place was bought and  sold in tho same proportion.  Through the  medium of these  and other devices success crowned  hiB efforts, and the wells gave out  and the bottom of the old .safe was  reached at last.    The McClintock  farm  waB  sold to satisfy a little  hotel bill of $32,000,  incurred at  the Girard House,   Philadelphia,  while enough other mortgages wore  placed on record to cover the old  place a foot deep.   Steele, "Coal  Od Johnny"  no more, now die-  appeared for  a season from   the  scenes of his triumphs,  but some  time afterwards came to the surface in tho position of doorkeeper  for the minstrel troupe of which he  was the founder.    We next heard  of him trying to keep a seven by  nine tayern in  Franklin,  but ho  was not so successful as in his previous efforts to play Boniface.   In  the present instance he was willing  to take pay from his patrons.   Afc  last,  however,   ''Johnny"   found  his level again,  and he was seen  daily in  the neighborhood of his  ������ SMITH'S        SMITHS        SMITH'S        SMITH'S 3  NEW   SHIPMENT OF  HEATERS  Received.    Prices very reasonable.  JUSTUS  g   Watch Our Windows for Craniteware Specials.    g  H HAVE YOUR BROKEN WINDOWS REPAIRED EARLY 3  ������������-. We make a specialty of glass cutting. j^S  ^Z ; ���������������������  ���������~    LET US CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO    3  ������ MIDGET   TEAPOTSt  a~      -You will be sure to purchase one if you look at the line.       21  %sz ���������  -**������������������  B      MEATS,    MEATS,    MEATS      1  ?~ Fresh and wholesome.    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WATCHES for men and boys, in great, variety  ot styles, but all warranted to be reliable time-  S?-PenS; iWe haye.manY fine grades in men's  ,lninModel,sas well as in models especially  intended for Doctors,,Merchants, Ranchers and  Lumbermen,  WATCHES for ladies in the newest popular  case designs,   Our Catalogue shows a very fine  line of BRACELET. WATCHES,   The Bracelet watch is now very fashionable with  ladies -  of all lands,  IN FOBS AND CHAINS' we offer the most  commendable styles ih vogue and our Catalogue  illustrates a very representative,display oi our  stock,    See pages 21,*22, 26; 40 arid 41,  ���������������=w!������aVe y������������r Christinas orders too late.   Buy before .'the  rush ofthe season begins.   The last two weeks are always full  M^!!5ry-au? worry    Buy from .our catalogue representations,  at once, und benefit by our moderate prices7  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Geo, E, Trorey, Man, Dir,. VANCOUVER, B, C,  Steele's course, died in jail at  Erie, where he has been for some  months incarcerated, being unable  to obtain one hundred dollars bail,  This Slocum should . not be confounded with the late E. V.  Slocum, who was also associated at  that period, with Steele. Mr.  Slocum died at Philadelphia, Oct.  17, 1S95.  In August, 1878, he was a clerk  in a grocery store in one of the  small towns of Iowa. It is said at  the present time he is living in or  near Hazelton', Pa.  Subscribers are reminded that  The" Ledge is '$2 a "year when  paid in advance. When f^ot] so  paid it is $2. SO a year.  MESSAGE TO WOMEN  ,Who Are "Just Ready to Drop."  When you are "just ready to drop,"  when you feel so weak that you can  hardly drag youraelf about-nand because you have not slept well, you  get up as tired-out next morning aa  when you went to bed, you need help.  Miss Lea Dumas writes from Ma-  lone, N. Y��������� saying: "I was in a badly run-down .condition for several  weeks but two bottles of Vinol put  me on my feet again and made ma  strong and well Vinol has done me  more good than all the other medicines I e-rer took."  If the careworn, run-down women,  the pale, sickly children and feeble  old folks around here would .follow  Miss Dumas' example, they, too, would  Boon be r, able to say that Vinol, our  delicious cod liver and iron remedy,  had built them up and made them  strong.  It is a wonderful, strength creator  and body-builder, and we sell it under a guarantee of satisfaction. You  get your money back if Vinol does  not help you.  J. L. White, Druggist, Greenwood  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO      B.   C.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to tlio undcr-  Kitfiied, nnd endorsed "Tender for Construction of Wharfs nt Victoria Harbour, B.C."  will be received at this oflice until 4 p.m. on  Tuesday, Decomber 9,1913, for the construction  of Wharfs at Victoria, B.C.  Plans, spec! flcatloii and form of contract can  be seen and forum or tender obtained, lit tuts  Department, and at the Distract Eiifrincers,  offices at New Westminster, B.C., Victoria, B.C.  Confederation Life Building, Toronto, Out.,'  Post Office Building, Montreal, P.O., and ou  application to the X'ostmaster at Vancouver  B.C. ���������  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not bo considered unless made on tlie  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures, stating their occupations,  and places of residence. Iu the case of, firms,  the actual signature, the nature of the oo-npa-  tioii, and place of residence of each member  of the firm, must be given,  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted nhequo on a chartered bunk, payaVble  to tha order of the Honorablo the Mlnlstor.of  Public works, oniml to five per cent. (5 p. a) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited  if the person tendering decline to entor into a  contract whou called upon to do so, or fail bo  complete tlie work contracted for. If tho ton,-  (ler bo not accepted tho cheque will be returned,  Tlie Department does not bind Itself to accept  tuc lowest or any tender.  By onlor,   7 i  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ���������      . Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  First: Woman's3place;is ia the  home. Anti-suffrage speakers are  proclaiming this from many public  platforms. The millions of working women in the United States  may obtain homes by] applying to  the anti-suflrage association; or  they might solve their economic  problem by choosing to starve  rather than to be unwomauly.  Second: Women's duties are  already too heavy: they have no  time for politics. As a matter of  fact, it would be better if men also  had no vote, for the' arduous duty  of supporting families leaves them  little leisure forjpnblic affairs.  Third: Woman's brains are inferior to man's and is not equal to  grappling with questions of government. To woman should be intrusted only such unimportant  matters .as the provisions of wholesome foodin a well-ordered home,  and the training of children who  shall be the future rulers of their  country.  Fourth: Any woman can accomplish all that is necessary by  indirect influence. It is more  womanly to wheedle and manage  her husband or father than to  lower herself by a straightforward  vote at the polls.  Fifth: Women have made themselves a nuisance wherever they  have been given equal consideration with men. In colleges they  often out-rank the men, and in  churches they form the larger part  of the congregations and monopolize the benevolent work.  Sixth: Women should not vote  unless they are prepared to go to  war. The fact that a very small  proportion of men ever carry arms  and that a very large proportion of  all women risk their lives in child-  bearing has nothing to do with the  question.  Seventh: Where women vote  there is always a great deal of  "fool" legislation, such as child  labor laws, anti-saloon laws, and  food-inspection laws.  Eighth: The liquor and vice interests of the country are unanimously opposed to woman suffrage, and the opinions of such  important groups of persons Bhould  be respected.  Ninth: Our country is an aristocracy and all safe and sane people, must wish to keep it eo. It  would be better to deprive of the  vote all men not millionaires than  to give it to women.  Tenth: The slogan of our ancestors in the American Revolution, "no taxation without representation." was; nonsense. They  would have been better off to remain subjects of Great Britain.���������  Mrs. Nance Flufffield Hoodwink in  Life.  W^S^mS^Si  Are You Going to the Old Country  or to  Ontario, . Quebec;, NewBrunswick, Nova Scotia  The Home Folks" will be glad to see you,, but further pleased  it, whe Vou detrainjat 'your."Home Town," you are feeling refreshed  and comfortable after your long .journey, .The Canadian Pacific  equipment and service always leave that satisfied feeling;  and let us>rrange"everything for you��������� thus removing many of the  little worries'incidental to "getting away." ,   ���������  Tickets to the-Old "Country on'sale daily throughout November  andjDecember, final return limit five months.  Tickets to Eastern Provinces on sale throughout   December,  final return limit three months (with privilege of extension)  Reduced rates from all Kootenay Points to all points east  /In Canada.  YOUR OHOICE\OF, ROUTES.    STOP OVERS  ���������  -.' From Greenwood to Toronto $96.70 , '  From Greenwood to Montreal $101,70.  E. R. REDPATH, j. y. MURPHY,    '  -^^.Greenwood, B-c- District Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.C.,  F you like your Winter Overcoat made with fly  front, ask to sec the Single Breasted "BL1ZZ".  The collar may be buttoned close to the  throat.   $15. up. 874  Ottawa, October 27,1913.  Newspaporn will not be paid for this adver-1   vl , -���������. ,��������� ������������������ . ���������������������������--_ ..  tisement If they |nnort It  without authority   The  family  remedy   for   Cougha and Colda  from the Department.���������45W /"Shlloh costs  so  little   ond doca so much I'  Wo have made'arrangements with the TaubeiOptical Co. of Vancouver and Calgary for their eyesight specialist Dr. S. L. Taube who has  had forty two years experience in the optical business to be at our store  On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13th  If there is anything wrong with your eyesight do not fail to conflulfc  him ���������:���������'������������������  ������������������'  AH work is guaranteed absolutely as tested.  White's Drug Store.

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