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Array Vol XIII.  GBEENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 11,1906.  I n   II11 I'll [II "ft *  ���������r  No; 14  The Rich West Fork  The West Fork gives evidence  of coming into its own.   Those interested in its possessions are once  again   in  hopeful   mood.     Even  without a railroad, the West Fork  can   bo  developed,  but the popsi-  bilities  of  one  add to its assets  There is now a fairly good all-year-  round  road   from  Westbridge to  Carmi.   The work done this summer  by  road - foreman Middleton  has   been   very  improving to the  road.    The properties being operated look well and the ore that has  been   shipped  has   brought very  flattering-, returns.     Along   the  Kettle river, one of. the beautiful  streams  of   the   continent, before  "Westbridgeis reached improvement  is  written on   the,face of things.  The Kettle Valley Irrigation Co.,  whose scheme is to convert 3,000  acres of arid lauds into apple orchards has its work well in hand and  the movement has stimulated an  interest in a like plan for the upper  ,   West Fork, and if indications may  be relied on a broad scheme to add  to the irrigated acreage of the district will   be   materialized.    Vast  stretches of irrigable lands lie from  China    Creek, . five   miles  above  Carmi,  to Bull Creek,   20   miles  below,    aud considerable acreage  has already been secured with the  idea in view of making the same  same productive.    Few regions are  so favorably situated for easy irrigation as tlie West Fork, for in addition   to; thev.river -itself which  has  a   fine flow and fall of water,  many mountain streams flow into  it from either side,���������Beaver, Bull.'  Carmi, Conklin, Cranberry, China,  Curry,    Deep,    Dominion,   East  Fork,  Horse and  Wilkinson are  some of the many streams of pure,  limpid water that come from the  hills  to  the  valley.     The West  Fork is destined to  become not  alone a mining, but an agricultural  and a horticultural district as well.  Soil, climate and water constitute  a trinity of resources that capital  cannot overlook and in .this day  when irrigation,   both public and  private,  is becoming recognized as  king such potentialities as the West  Fork possesses cannot long remain  undeveloped. (  Just, below Rock Creek, William  Powers is busy with his steam mill  cutting lumber for the Kettle Valley Fruit Lands Co., at Rock  Creek. Larsen's hotel continues  to be a hospitable home and a busy  place,- while Hansen's store with a  ten thousand sto<*k does the mercantile business of a large district.  Soon after leaving Rock Creek  the talk of the people binges  largely on three topics, mines,  timber and railway, the last first  perhaps because the rapid development of many low-grade claims on  the npper river will be hastened by  its building.  The Riverside and Badger claim's  between Rock Creek and West-  bridge'are' owned by Benjamin  Perkins. Hie years of industrious  occupation are likely to, bear full  and early fruitage.' He has kept  hammering away when many less  tenacious of purpose would have  been discouraged. Beginning near  the river on the east bank he has  driven a 2,000 foot tnnnel into the  hill on a ledge which he believed  would materialize into a valuable  ore body. His reward seems certain. At present he is is working  on 3 feet of steel galena and native  eilvor he claims and bis statements  are corroborated by visitors to the  property,  WEflTnninoE  At Westbridge the trip north is  brokeu by a comfortable night at  Guise's hotel, whose meals are  above, par.  There is quite a camp at Boomerang, but at present little development is being done. Here on  the opposite side of the river are  the Monte Cristo and Monte Carlo  groups, both well reputed, while  the Iconoclast, and Boomerang are  mentioned as good things.  ; At Cranberry Creek and on the  mountain to its north are also soma  good claims with considerable work  done on them, but the centres of  chief development are  * WALLACE MOUNTAIN AND CARMI  Wallace mountain east of Beaverdell and the Carmi 5 or 6 miles  north. The best known and the  most highly developed property at  Beaverdell is " ;       .    '  ���������  THE SALLY GROUP  consisting of 12 claims,   the property of the Vancouver and Boundary Mining Company, and a tribute  to the enterprise of Robert Wood.  There are ten well-defined  leads  on this property all more or less  prospected. . At present   only 15  men   are   working   on   the Sally.  Fifteen   cars  of ��������� ore   have   been  shipped   which    have netted the  company $45,000.     The veins are  small but very rich and the values  in gold and silver.    A good wagon  road   of   easy   grade   leads   from  Beaverdell to the Sally ore bins and  from   this road the other mines of  the hill-are easily.reached.-.- .-::i"- '  Standing on the Bell claim-on the  north and. looking south on the  mountain one gets a fairly good idea  of the formation.   Along the top of  the ridge runs a dyke of low-grade  ore  40   feet wide,   and from this  north and south dyke run the rich  leads east and west. On both slqpes  of the hill have many high-grade  veins been opened.  In addition to the first class .ore  shipped via wagon road to Midway  the Sally has 'yielded a large  amount of second class ore running  about $30 to $35 but whose shipment must await either a concentrator at Beaverdell or a railway  to Midway.  About 800 tons of this ore are  in the bins and about 2500 tons in  sight, in itself a valuable asset.  Another car of high grade ore is  now- being-gotten out for early  shipment.  Thc 400 acres of mineral land  covered by the Sally group with its  ramifications of high grade veins  running east and west would alone  contain promise of a good town at  the foot of the hill, and mining engineers of experience claim that  the yield of tho property will reach  into the millions.  HOME8TAKE AND WELLINGTON  On the wagon road to the Sally  one passes the Homestake and  Wellington claims on which work  is now 'being done by Hugh Crop-  ley. No. 6 vein ofjthe Sally would  appear to be running through the  Wellington.  THE BELL  Northeast of the.Sally is the Bell  claim from which the richest ore  on the hill has been taken. Assay  values from several veins on the  Bell have run from 8300 to 81000,  The claim is easily reached from  tho Sally road and had it not been  for tho death of its former owner,  would in all probability be a shipping mine today.  DUNCAN AND BOUNTY  South and east of the Sally are  the Duncan and Bounty Fraction  on which a pyndlcato of Greenwood  niou aud others have been doing a  lot  of  work.     They  bivo both  claims under bond at favorable  figures aud terms and with persistent effort are certain to develop a  fine property. They have six men  at work, have good cabins and a  blacksmith shop, and are now  erecting orebin-<.  They  will   ship   a  car   of high  value ore as soon as a few sacks  needed  to complete the shipment  can be hauled to Midway.   They  are   working   at present on the  Bounty Fraction where the lead is  four feet wide and the paystreak 18  inches and very rich.   More capital would  materially assist in developing this property as it ought  to   be,    and    money   judiciously  spent there cannot  be other than  productive of handsome returns.  The Bounty Fraction is at present  being developed- with an open cut  with pay ore from the grass roots.  On the Duncan a tunnel has been  run 70 feet into the hill and  a  winze sunk on the vein 50 feet.   A  large amount of open cut work has  been done on both claims, and apparently $6,000 or $7,000 has been  expended on the properties.   Chas.  H. Fair, Thos. Henderson, Duncan  Currie and Kenneth McKenzie are  the  leading   spirits in this enterprise and those who know the men  know   that energy   and judicious  work characterize their.undertaking.    It was of this property that a  mining engineer recently remarked  that if he   had   it in the Coeur d'  Alenes and had sufficient capital to  develop it he could make it worth  a million in 6 months.  THE RAMBLER  . Adjoining the Bounty Fraction  on .the . south east and across Dry  Creek  is  the. Rambler,, another  property of merit. A large amount  of work has been done on the claim  and out of the development work  have been shipped C cars of high-  grade ore running from $112 net  per ton to $179 net.    A shaft 85  feefc has' been sunk on the property,  all in ore.   Recently the shaft was  abandoned  and atunnel begun on  the mountain side near Dry Creek.  The purpose of the tunnel is three  fold,   to strike the ore at quarter  depth, to drain the property and to  provide air.    The tuunel is now in  over '80 feet and it is expected that  the  lead will be cut in about 20  feet more at a -depth of 145 feet.  If   this calculation should prove  correct many cars of high grade ore  will be maJe easily available and  the property should be a great producer the   coming winter.     The  lead is a good foot in width.    One  section   of   the vein, ten by forty  feet, yielded G5 tons, and the. vein  widens with depth.     About 200  tons of second class ore running  84 ozs.  in  silver are stoped out  awaiting better means of shipment.  The Rambler ore is rawhided down  Dry   Creek   valley.    The mine is  owned by J.   W. Nelson, W. H.  Rambo, and F. J. Fiuucane,   and  stands in the front rank among the  properties of tbispheuomenal hill.  GOLD DROP  GROUP  South and east of the Rambler  Thos. Murray's properties are  found. Chief among them are the  Gold Drop and Homestake. On  the Gold Drop a 50 foot shaft has  been sunk aud a fine lot of ore is  seen on the dump. Murray has  just completed arrangements with  Castello and Smith of Spokane, for  the further development of his  properties. Murray has done a lot  of hard work on his claims and deserves the prospects of his early  emoluments.  CONCENTRATOR-'NEEDED  It would seem that a Bmall concentrating plant at Beaverdell  would be a good investment and a  great factor in the rapid development of the surrounding country,  for often tho $35 and ������40 second  class ore could be utilized for payroll purposes and the mines could  be developed without tbe aid of  any capital but their own.  ���������  CURRY GROUP  Just north of Beaverdell on  Curry 'creek, Thomas Curry has a  promising group of claims. The  formation differs from that of Wallace mountain and the ores appear  of a different character, being presumably low grade. Tho ore bodies  are large and the values in gold,  silver and copper. Numerous  veins, run through the property,  some quartz leads running fairly  well in gold, and one large iron  body, about 30 feet wide showing  good copper value. A large  amount of development work has  been done on the property. Hard  work and plenty of it has not discouraged Curry and he keeps at it  certain of the outcome.  CARMICAMP  At Carmi very little work is being done outside the Carmi property, but the district is a good one  and many fine properties, some of  them highly developed, are to be  found.  A ten-stamp mill at the Carmi  mine is producing very highly satisfactory results. ��������� The ore of the  Carmi runs about $30 to $35. but  the lead is a strong one, being G  feet wide at the, 180 foot-level.  The ore is easily milled and a large  percentage of the values is saved  on the plates. A fine water power  could be easily substituted for  steam it would, appear, with a  marked decrease in reduction costs.  With the increased capacity which  seems inevitable to tho plant with  further mine development this  substitution will doubtless come.  A force of sixteen men gets out  the ore and operates the mill.  Several other claims of merit are  in the vicinity of the Carmi with  ore to all appearances identical.  The Butcher Boy, May, Hartford, Tamarack, No. 2 and 3 Fraction and the No. G are all very  promising properties and are either  on the Carmi ledge west or adjoin  it on tl'e sonth. , Jas. C. Dale was  instrumental in starting both  camp and town, having located  the Carmi on Aug. 29, 1S90, aud  the Butcher Boy two days later.  At present he owns the townsite  and 2,300 acres of adjacent.lands  and has just awakened to the agricultural possibilities of tbe district.  OBSERVATORY GROUP  He also owns the Observatory  group of claims east of the town on  Great Hopes mountain. Here he  has run a 90 foot tuunel and done  a vast amount of open cut work.  The ores in this group run about  870. The country about here  seems less broken than Wallace  mountain, although breaks near  the surface occur in the ore bodies.  Dale's knowledge of the camp,  like his hospitality, are open tothc  visitor and ho who "leaves Carmi  without bearing of tbe good qualities of his neighbors and their  claims must have missed Jim.  8T LAWRENCE  To tbe west on the mountain  Thos. King has done an immense  amount of' work on his claim the  St Lawrence. Besides other work  he has run a 270 foot tunnol. His  industry deserves and has promises  of reward. Kiug also has some  claims about five miles up tho river  on Arlington hill from which be  gets fine free gold ores.  NEVADA AND I'AHCO  Just back of Carmi on the  mountain top are the Nevada  and Pasco claims, out of which  comes very fine looking copper ore.  No dissenting voice is heard to the  oft repeated assertion of the mining men of the camp, that the owners, Scully and 'English, have here  the makings of a great mine.  ARE BUILDING  Messrs. Pope and Arthur are  showing their faith in West Fork  and Carmi by the erection of a  very fine dwelling of a southern  type of architecture. The building is 16 x 45 feet with a verandah  12 x 45 aud is beautifully situated  on the east bank of the river,  where they have purchased 3 acres  of very fine land.  CHINA  CREEK  At China creek, five miles up  the river are found the Butte and  Helena, and another -group of  three very promising crown-  granted claims, owned by Naden,  Johnson and Simmons of Greenwood. On one of. the latter is a  fine ledge of magnetic iron out of  which it is believed the gold came  that the placer miners of China  Creek secured in .'96 to '98. Nuggets ranging as high as 75c in value  were then taken from the ground  now covered by the Lucky Boy.  TRANSPORTATION NEEDED  A railroad will quicken this entire country wonderfully and make  many mines out of present prospects. Beaverdell and Carmi are  bound to be important towns in  inevitable development of the next  few years.  The weary waiting days would appear to be almost past. Mines and  mills will revolutionize the country,  and it is satisfactory to believe  that they who have done the waiting will still be in it at the finish.  Strangers will not have reaped all  the rewards.  At Beaverdell, W. A. Keith &  Co. carry on tho only mercantile  business ou the river north of  Westbridge." Their string of pack  horses is always onjthe trail.  Thos. McCanlay occupies the  HammiH hotel and dispenses Mc-  Creath's Iron brew and stronger  liquids.  Mrs. Smith runs a very comfortable hotel in tbe heart of tho village and nearby Baird Bubar has  erected a fine livery stable.  Charley Martin looks after the  footwear of the miners and yearly  grows more optimistic of the  future.  At Carmi the younger Dale's  boarding house'sets up three square  meals a day and the proprietor is  never too busy to show unexpected  attention to the traveler.  Both Wheatley's and Dale's  mills are silent but with the approach of demand for lumber could  easily be got in commission. Dale  bas yet quite a Fiipply of good  lumber on hand which he sells at  the reasonable price of 814 per  thousand.  LATCIt STRING   OUTSIDE  The 'writer enjoyed every hour  of his tenday vinit to what seems  destined to bo a banner high grade  district. Up in these hills the  cabin door stands always open.  There is always room for the visitor at tho table. Generous in information the old-timers will put  you on a vacant piece of ground if  you are looking for a claim, aud  although naturally confident that  his own claim is better than the  best each sings the merits of the  others and tells you that the good  grotiud is not yet all staked.  Tho knocker hasn't yet settled  on tho West Fork, the pick and  shovel are in evidence and not the  'hammer. W. G. Gauncb  ���������Of Local Interest  Dr. Mathison, dentist, ��������� will return about 15th October.  Alex Lucas, of Kaslo is in the  city.  The fall trade in wall paper is  reported brisk by McRae Bros.  In time Greenwood will probably  be almost as great a city as Butte.  A big safe from Hamilton arrived this week for Anderson  Bros.  About 15,000 tons of copper will  be produced in the Boundary this  year.  C. B. Bash has returned from attending the funeral of his father in  Port Townsend.  The Odd Fellows and Miners'  Union benefit dance next Thursday evening, 18th inst.  Mr. Drummond, of the Dominion  Copper Co., is rapidly recovering  from . his recent attack of typhoid  fever.   .  The card season bas commenced  That may be the reason so many  clothes lines are filled early in the  morning.  W. G. Kennedy and Percy Jack-  ssn returned Tuesday, from a hunting trip on the West Fork. Percy  was taken to the hospital Wednesday suffering from typhoid.  The last week the Skyla ledge  was encountered at the 200 foot  level. At this depth the faulty  ground of the Skylark has been  passed, and it is now straight mining. ���������-���������������������������-       ��������� "       " -���������--      -"  R. Hutchins, for several years  accountant for the Russell-Law-  Caulfield Co., left Friday last to  join his family at Edmonton, Alta.  W. T. Fuller nas taken his position.  D. A. Bannerman expects to  leave about the first ,of next  month on a visit to relatives in Alaska. He has a brother in Sitka  who has been superintendent of  Foreign missions for several years.  The handsome cups won at Nelson and Spokane by Boundary ore  are now ou exhibition in the offices  of the Helen and Strathmore companies. Mr. Cornish has taken the  exhibit to thc fair at Lewiston,  Idaho.  Prof. Cooper, the well-known  phrenologist is doing a large business iu Greenwood. Although  blind he is one of the most talented  phrenologists in America and deserving of the large patronage extended to him wherever he goes  A   number of  The I. O. O. F, wiU give, .their  annual ball on the {?lst inst." "'*    ���������  The Maple Leaf Brand Fuse in  manufactured by the originators of  Safety Fuse.    Established 1S3G.'  Findley McRae left Monday, for  a visit to his family in St. Raphails,  Ont. '     "  Jack Simpson has presented Thb.,  Ledge with a handsome picture of  A Busy Dav In Poplar.  ��������� Jos* Darraugh will be'discharged  from the hospital in a few days'  fully recovered from an attack of  typhoid.  Howard Moore, who has been in.  the hospital the past two weeks,  down with typhoid foyer, is now  out of danger.  Another car of poles arrived for  the Telephone Co. this week, and  the changes in the line are being  rapidly pushed to completion.  J. J. Caulfield left today on a  business' trip to Victoria. It is  possible that Mr. Caulfield will decide to locate in the Capital city.  W. C. Thomas and wife returned  last Saturday from a month's trip,  to New York, and almost immediately left for. Butte owing to the  illness of their.daughter in that  city.  ���������    "  With  its new furnace in action  the smelter at Boundary Falls wil'l  turn ont over 4,000 tons of copper   -  annually.     This  amount will be  increased as the smelter is enlarged  from time to time. > ���������r"���������- -���������-"���������>' - ' -  ' Jas. Johnston returned this week"  from Nevada,   where he has been  proepecting' since'    spring.      He  didn t  looate an)' ground in that  country.     The Boundary is good  enough for him.  Chas. Shepster came in from  Vancouver Friday last, on a visit  to old-time friends here. For the  past few years Mr. Shepster has  been up north in Bulkley valley-  country and is interested with Col.  Topping In mines in that district.  "Coniston" by Winston Church- .  ill; "Karl Grier," by Louis Tracy;  "Jane Cable," by Rev. J. Me;  Cutcheon; "The Treasure of  Heaven," by MarieCorelli; "Pock  of Took's Hill," by Rudyard Kipling; 81.50 each, are among the  latest copyrights just published,  and for sale by McRae Bros.  All those who left the Boundary  last spring for new and rich mining  camps have either returned or are  on their way back.   Some are re-  Chinese have re- tm'Ini'1R  ^ 1,am1' others b>'foot:  ceutly left tho city, their departure'!U,d yet others on that best veutil-  Dekajulie Tea is the only tea of  its class iu- the city, and sold,by  Anderson Bros.  The Scent Belt  According   to the Kootenaine,  Kaslo  is   now in the scent belt.  It says that a skunk recently raided  ajhenhouse on the hill,   Tho fall  trade in wall paper h  reported brisk by McUae Bros.  being duo, it is said, to the persecutions of a "blue-eyed white  devil." Among the latest to go  was Sing, tho pugilistic Chink,  who ran a laundry on Government  street.  A sidewalk is being built along  the south side of Church street,  The residents of Kimberley avenue  ated  of all methods of travel���������the  brake beam.  James Buchanan was killed at  the Boundary Falls smelter Friday  last by a part of thc new retaining  wall falling on biin. , An inquest;  was hold on Saturday and a verdict returned to that effect. Deceased was a native of Middlesex  county,  Ontario.     He  had only.  will be compelled to wait until next v . ���������      ���������   .,  .   \.     ... ,    .,      .. bern  working iu the smelter a few  season for tlie tbjrd sidewalk on .     ������������������    .      ������.        ,A������  it. ... xi. t.* mi      -j      i. hours when, the accident occurred.  that thoroughfare. The sidewalk  on Church street was really ueeded,  otherwise the council would have  complied with tho wishes of some  of the residents of Kimberley.  Tim Midway Star objects to the  statement that .there' were 60 conservatives at the organization meeting in Midway a few weeks ago.  The Lbdoe wasn't present, therefore didn't count; perhaps the Star  man did. There was at least a  meeting, and the party is organizing in the town. The Greenwood  Conservatives are different. They  wait until the day before nomination and then capturo the election.  The Copper Markej  Indications point toa still hjgher  price for copper, The cousuinp:  tion of tho red metal during tho  paut.yearhas baon groatel'than tho  iucreaso in production, and tho  search for now mines is becoming  keener. No copper is being sold  below 19 cents a pound for any  time  of delivery/   All'this'speaks  well for the great' prosperity in the  ��������� i >���������..i'v v<".'i" ��������������� :��������� >������������������ ���������!  Boundary district, fc  Your friends will become mora  freqtieiit visitors if1 you keep a'bo*  of Royal Seal cigars to hand out  when thoy come to your home.      *t'  tiMMW!imxu������mMiiimmmeig&  ammm  *am  MtHMwi  SSr?V?H~ '."-^VW'JOxJ Utlll  ^'.���������fffitWtMM tfiti"������.*i-i  <L-c cmvood, B. C, Oct. 11, l90u.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  ���������y,p.iL>y  ������������������^ ;*yjp������fc.|t. ���������WfHt V"  .^SgiSSgiSIBBSBu^^  Winter  Our Kail aud Winter SjLo������k ss now coming to hand and we have no  hesitation in snying tluit it is the largest and best-assorted that we  have ever shown, pi Dress Materials we are showing all the latest  and inosi ]X)]utlar cloths in all jL/ic iijotst up-to-date patterns and  colors, and at all prices. Our Millinery Stock for Kail and Winter  is very complete. We afe showing a}l tho latest and best models in  Itcady to Wear and Pattern Hats.    Come in and see for yourselves.  WOMEN'S GOODS.      MEN'S GOODS.  j the most activity during September  (and October. This germ finds it  i almost impossible to prosper when  iit drums for an existence within  ! the body of a person ���������mentally and  I physically healthy, ��������� but when it  i drops into a stomach chemically  ! disarranged by fear, worry, envy,  ;jealousy and otlur currents of  | wrong thought it has a picnic and  I finds little trouble in capturing the  I victim. If you wish to remain im-  ; limine from the attacks of typhoid  igct into the right formation of  | thought, boil everything you drink,  ; even your whiskey, eat only well-  cooked food, and read Tun Lkdgis  early and often.  THE LEDGER  Kootenay  where you  can inspect  ! the    goods     before   your   money |  Is published cyery Thursday:at Green-j changes owner?,  wood, I!   C , and the price is f 5 a year, j ���������  postage free to all partsgf Canada. United !    THE RANCHER'S HEAVEN  States,  Mexico a:id .Great Britain.   To j    other countries it is sent postpaid  for j     Ten years  ago when the Slocan  f->.5oayear.   Address all  Jiettefs tp The , adorned  the   billboard  of fame we  l.edge, Greenwood, H. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  EDITOR   AND   FINANCIER.  once received a letter from a  rancher in the cent belt enquiring  about the chances of , farming  around New Denver, and what we  raised in Kootenay. At that time  we treated the letter in the light of  a   josh and stated that we only  raised lead, silver and . Ow-  I ing to the postal prohibition of the    ! free and unlimited   use of plain  Within the past few years the' English, the above dash represents  ���������land along Kootenay, Arrow and | whatever the reader chooses it  Slocan lakes has sprung into piom- j should. It might mean bulldogs,  inence for its fruit growing possi- j bananas, tamales or devitilized  lulilies. This has attracted specu- \ brimstone. However the inarch of  lators,   especially  from Winnipeg, jjtime bas worked a revolution, and  It seems that all is Fair in love  or Kaslo.  Gband Forks should tako warning from the wreck of Mobile.  ABOUT FRUIT LANDS  So.mb say that ail men are equal,  but it cannot be proven by a footrace.  Kaslo people are so dangerous  that they will even help an ace out  of the hole.  Thkee Forks, Oct. 11.���������It has  been decided in this camp that men  should wear white shirts at all  evening parties.  material today . as it was when  Dives was in the swim.'' If more  priests and parsons had the'courr  age to speak out like Vaughan,'  society might eventually wash the  hog out of its composition, and become a white dove of joy, peace  and morality.  11l/lWi/W%*>\Ar%*0t/&+,'U&'<b^4  TALLOWGRAPHIC NUSE  looking thing on me. But I reckon  wo are stuck unless I can work  Johnny Green to trade it sight unseen for one of his spotted pups. ���������  Ex.. ..; -      ���������  A friend may often be found and  lost, but an old friend can never be  found, and nature has provided  that he cannot easily bo lost.���������Dr.  Johnson.  Bv Our Lisaskd Liijk.  'Victoria, Oct. 11.���������Jimmy Anderson has not yet put his picture  in thc paper.  Fka.vklin, Oct. 11.���������This camp  is short of pianos, canary birds and  staudup collars.  Nelson, Oct. 11.���������The postoffice  was broken into last week and a  drop obtained on the clerks.  Better get good for according to  the signs this old earth is liable to  go from under our feet at any time,  and leave us waltzing with tho atmosphere.^   It is bliss to smoke a Kootenay  Belle cigar.   ���������  The only cure for strikes is to  give the workers. what they ask  for every time, even if they want  the entire works.  a city where the land booster is out  with the big mit upon every avails-  able occasion. In a recent booster's  edition'"of the Winnipeg Telegram  we find a lurid description of Kootenay fruit lands in which W. H.  Hamilton says that-little land can  he purchased in Kootenay for less  than- $100 an apre, and he throws  in a few remarks about the cost of  buying ten acres and bringing it  up to a cultivated period, Hainilr  ton's statements are misleading  and calculated to retard the progress of Kootenay.. He submerges  tho': truth beneatlr his cupidity in  order to reach out for the sucker's  gold who buys land without first  seeing it. His estimate of ������20 an  acre for clearing is rather amusing  to those in the west.  The  government   sejjs   land in  Kootenay at oi,  ������2.50 and S3 an  acre,  according-to its grade, and  thousands of acres can be bought  from second  owners at from SG to  323 an' acre for wild land, while  improved    or   partially improved  properties   can  be   purchased   for  from ������40 to 810Q an acre.    Legitimate fruit ranchers should come to  Kootenay and inspect the laud before   investing their   money with  pppcnlators   at a   distance.    This  will save  them   from  disappointment   and     undeserved     curse.".  When  hiii(l  dealers in Nelson tell  us that' they   have   thousands of  a'crPB of land for sale at prices ranging from 86 to 840 an acre we' cannot hut think that few people at a  distance will pay-much atfentiou  to Kootenay  if th.ey really believe  tuatlittJo wild laud can be bought  for leas than 81Q0 an acre, especv  iaJly if they learutnat thegovern-  ' merit :or-JginalIy; sold  the best pf  ; this''laud for 83,200:'asquare mile,  In tho past Kootenay has stiffeved  deeply -through the  avarice and  ^representations.-   of     outside  hWterH and   wp  do   not care to  again' read th,e tale.   Enthusiasm  maV ho necessary for the upbuvld-  o'ftjie'fruit industry in Kootenay,  but"deception will sprinkle it with  -frost.     The government baying so  generously almost given away tbe  natural    resources  of   Kootenay  should see that tjie land is assessed  according to its value,   and also  protect,' ae'iar m possible innocent  investor*'at a distance from the  wiles of romancing speculators who  spring 'xdio ojjisteuefl  ljke rnuah-  'rooms in t&o night, whenever any  particular'  part   of the  country  fashes in the sky of public favor,  Sk'idoo tbe foreign booster with  where once the improvident pros  pector, the generous miner and the  brass-lunged mule skinner, reigned  supreme the peaceful rancher, with  his lunch in his pocket, has  crowded ,in to scan the formation  in search, of holes for apple trees.  The battle for supremacy amid the;  grand old mountains of Kootenay  is now on between the drill and  the pruning hook. Southern British Columbia is surely a reincarnation of the Promised Land, Mowing with milk, honey, flower gardens, fruit fairs and precious metals.  Before many years more than a  million happy souls will dwell  within the shadow of the elevated  formation and breathing the almost heavenly atmosphere they  will bless the grizzled veterans who  blazed the trails so that the eager  world could get in without skinning its pedal extremities. This  beauteous land has passed through  the prospect stage and it must  climb ever onward and upward until the climax is reached by the  building of million dollar tourist  hotels within easy distanco of the  greatest nceuic attraction?. That  will be the cap sheaf iu all the  wonderful resources of Southern  British Columbia.  However after wandering amid  the flowers  we must get back to  Cobalt.     We "read tho otheiday, of  course  in  a Toronto paper,  that  gold was   being   dug   out that assayed  8:100,000  to tho ton,  aud  that Cobalt might eventually produce two  billion  dollars worth of  silver.   .Even in the wildest of the  frenzied  days   of   the  Slocan we  never had a dream like that. However right from this white metal  mother lode camp comes to us a  letter asking our advice about the  best place to buy a farm in British  Columbia.     Just think of it!    A  fellow in the shadow of billion dollar mines sighing for an agricultural  opportunity in the most glorious province of all Canada.    We  have written the ambitious man to  break    away   from   tho   dangers  incidental to a billion dollar camp,  and   we  will point the way to a  ranch that \s\\\\- delight his soul,  and in a few swiftly moving years  make bjs bank accpuut so obe^e  that ho will have to doso it with  anti-fat  }n  order to get it in the  safe. ��������� ' ���������  The sea is washing away England, and if something is not done  to prevent it there will cornea time  when there wili be no more dukes  or Bass' ale.  An eastern U. S. paper recently  said that a syndicate had bought  114 square miles of land in Winnipeg. Tho editor must have lost  his geography, or mixed Winnipeg  with Grand Forks, B. C.  This spelling reform is nothing  new for we have just learned that  away back in Bruce more than a  hundred years ago a woman wrote  to her husband in Revelstoke and  signed the letter Ur yf.  In the United States the negro  receives more attention, courtesy  and money as a pugilist than he  does in any other walk or profession in life. In the ring the color  line evaporates and; equality reigns  supreme.  Experts say that a man should  quit playing marbles at 15; poker  at 2n, football at 30; hockey at 35:  cricket at 40, lawn tennis and rowing at GO. Golf, curling and sluff  cau be indulged in up to the age of  100, but after that a man should do  nothing but rattle his bones for the  drinks.  Berlin, Oat. 11.���������The Kaiser  bought a new pair of socks this  morning for use during the winter.  NoRTn Pole, Oct. 11.���������Santa  Glaus has just left hero with several baloons loaded to the gas valve  with toys for Christian children.  Washington, Oct. 11.���������Roosevelt has decided to let the sun take  its course, and in consequence we  will still have short days iu December.  Kaslo, Oct. 11.���������The people  have boycotted -Nelson pork, and  troops are ready to embark on the  troopship Hercules at the south of  the Cugle.  Grand Forks, Oct. 11.���������Several  people returned-, from the Spokane  Fair this week. They report the  ties in good condition for the use  of pedestrians.  R.     ROBINSON  la the only shoemaker in  America who ��������� obtained a  medal at the Paris Exposition in 1S7S for making the  Best shoes. Boots'made to ''���������'  order; Repairing neatly  executed.  COPPER  STREET, GREENWOOD  BANK'OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.  PAID UP CAPITAL, $4,866,667  RESERVE FUND   -   $d, I 4 1,333  Transacts a general banking business; " Interest  allowed.on Savings Accoumts, from' ';��������� ,  one dollar- upwards'at  current rates .  COPPER ST.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  BANK   OF   MONTREAL      <  ESTABLISHED  1817.,-    ; .  .  PAID  UP  CAPITAL, $14,400,000. REST, $10,000,000  ...UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $801,655.41  General Bunking Business iTrtinsmctod.    Drafts issued on'nil-points,; and JColleo-  tions miulc at lowe.it riit,-s. ��������� ������������������-,",  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.VW. F. PROCTOR,  InterestallowedatCurrentrates  /manager greenwood Branch  I^PS^fiSffiHHSfifSR^^f^fSWHSH-fflSSflf-l^^^fi^lS Sj  MERGHANT       g  TAILOR - -  ..   |  Call and see our new goods $  jEj      for fall and winter suits.      $j  B Copper Street, Greenwood h  The Kootenay  Standard Cigar  Is made in Nelson.    Try a ship-  Nkw    York,   Qcfc.   11.���������At   a  banquet of the Four Hundred a fly  ment and p]ease your patrong>  was discovered in the soup.    Not  being able to show an invitation it  was promptly ejected.  . Vancouver, . Oct. 11.���������A socialist was discovered working today.  He is now in the hospital where  several doctors are trying to find  out what is the matter with him.  Even Torouto is crying out  against the Chinamen. It is 30  years ago since the first yellow  boys arrived in that city, and  opened a laundry on Adelaide  street, close to the old Sun office.  For a long time the Chinks were  objects of curiosity, but now with  223 laundries iu Toronto their  presence has become a menace to  white labor, and John is no longer  welcome, except in the churches.  New Haven, Oct. 11.���������Under  the "blue laws1' a young man was  line ten dollars .for shooting a  snake on Sunday. He could easily  have escaped the fine by allowing  the snake to bite him to death.  J. C. Tklin, Nelson  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ', $2 a week  and up, at the Commercial  hotel, Copper street, Greenwood.    Bath jn connection.  P. POUPARD  Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Eggs  and Finest Creamery  Butter  always -in stock.   Beef, Pork  Mutton, Poultry . Best Quality.  ^  _Moece996e9oae9eoe<&e������a9e������oaoee8e9ee80M9������eMeec������. S  Ottawa, Oct. 11.���������A new Grit  parj barrel made of iron has been  placed in position. The old one  fell to pieces owing to a number of  grafters getting their hands stuck  in the bunghole.  St. Petersburg,.: Oct. 11.���������The  Czar has started a, spelling reform  movement in order to decrease the  spread'i'of lockjaw. He has also  8 worn off'eating Chicago canned  beef for fear of butting into an infernal machine:  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASS/lYER and  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead,������acn..<i oo  Gold-Silver���������$i 50 Silver.Lead. .'$1.50  Zinc. .$2.00 .Gold Silver with copper or  lead.. $2.50.  Prompt attention  given   to all samples  25 per cent,  discount upon five samples.  ..     BAKER ST.', NELSON.     .���������   (  P, 0. Drawer, 1108. -Phone; A67  The Hotel Slocan  TYPHOID FEVER  Typhoid fever has been doing a  good busiuess in eonie parts of the  country for several rnonthK past.  There are great possibilities in  the west; for clever and energetic  young men. A dozen years ago  Jimmy Anderson was a purser upon the old steamer Lyttou working  day and uiglitto please the patrons  of thc line. Now according to the  papers ho has a wife who counts  her wealth in millions and holds  governments by the Hash of her  eye. Wonder how Jimmy squares  it with her when he stays out all  night counting beans?  "Preaching recently to a fashionable congregation in a fashionable church Father Bernard  Vaughan, who is oue of the most  fearless, outspoken and'eloquent  preachers in the Roman Catholic  Church in England, addressed  these scathing words to bis bearers: "Smart Kocicty today Ifii-tho  concentrated essence of selfishness;  as unclean and unwholesome as  any condemned carcass canned in  She was Easy  A small Kansas boy was once  called in to view his uew born baby  brother. He 'looked it over with  dissatisfaction and said: "Mamma,  where did this corno from ?". ''An  angel brought it, Jitnmie."  "Wuzyou awake when it come?"  "Certainly, Jimmy." "Well,  then, mamma, all I have to say is  that you are dead easy. I'd like  to see any old angel put off such a  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  'tfRNS:-fi- G0.I  Dealers in  Fresh and Salt JWea'rs, Fish and Poultry  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  Hugh Niyem. Prou.  iMlafitl at'������Vo prices, and come \6\lt in produced by-a germ, 'that lj,ts,fChicago;"' &Ji"cty- i3 ju^ aa grossly  CONTRACTOR  I     AND BUILDER  b  Dealeriu  I    Windows, Doors,  I      Turned Work and  J (Inside .Finish.  1 SHINGLES, BRICK, ETC.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER. ST, CREEN WOOD  None but the best brands  of liquors and cigars.  Morning' bracers and  and evening hyballs al-  t  ���������svays within easy reach  of the 'barkeep."/  C. A. DEMPSEY pm  RIVERSIDE LIVERY  Good Rigs and Expert Drivers.   Saddle  Horses always ready.   Hay, Grain and  Feed tor sale.  GEORGE H- CHPPliEY  ������������4ee������e������oceo������oooaaooco8Q<ras8eeea9eoett8ee0ee9������e<MeeO'0t  Tfo  ���������traticoaia  Hotel "'  ������A*.N%*AAA*A������^WiA<S  I MANITOBA  I Wood Fibre Plaster  BIINEKALACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Oltnwfi Frnctlon. mlncal. Claim, jlttuate In  the Greenwood Mining Division of Talo Dis  trlot.   Whent lorntert:���������Provtdonoe (Jump,  TAKE NOTICE thnt Thomu Hommorloand  Hugh McKre. Frcu Miner's CnrlUicata No.  B,206J H.BWfl, tntonrt -Ixtvdnyn frnmdateherenf  to apply to thi! Mining Kccorder fnraCurtiflCxIe  of Improvement*, ior thu purpose of obtaining  n Crown Hnintof the nbovo Claim.   '  And further take 'notice lh.it action, mndor  miction  117.   mint   hn commenced Moyo the  tMtmiice of ducli CertlllvittC'oMwpravomcnt  IJ(itc(! tliLi MtU day of \������is>f������t,K.D., lltivj.  ' b:.'J  ���������  e=-o  Is situated on a slight eminence, .just a block from the busy  scenes on Baker street, and is within easy touch of every-  thing.in the city.  FromitB balconies can bo seen nearly  aU the grand scenery that surrounds the beautiful  city of Nelson.    Few hotels in the greatjw.est  equal the Strathcona, and tourists from  every land will find within its portals  all thc essentials that create pleasant memories within tho      '  mind of those who  travel.  ta*A*>i***M*������*AA*^.*>*^^^  B. TOniCINS, nanager;  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   .  SSMSEfiffiKrawHrazL^^  '"���������."WW*^'"'"-"  ,...������.~...,j|.^������22!22y. -*">������,���������<,-   THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  <���������,..-,  i        '        ���������':  Greenwood, B; C'.j Oct.-li, 190(5; ;  K  toptt  Some Good Float  V,  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 rates before completing your estimates  B8  THE CHAMPAGNE OF WATERS,  u  The Mineral Water Incomparable���������in  the Cafe,' at the Banquet,- for the'House.  Nature's" most delightful and beneficial  bequest to all mankind   .   .   .-.���������-.'���������.  I GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO, J  $15,000 Insurance for $2r.50  The new,and uprto-date Tripple Indemnity  Policy of trie*Ocean Accident and Guarantee  ���������.Corporation,'Ltd., the largest accident company in the 'world.' Assets over ������7,000,000.  FREDERIC W. McLAINB.  DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD,  rsi  The  1  Is under the management of jGreig  & Morrison.1 The rooms are,comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  TKe Pacific Gafe  is conducted by Moore & McElroy  It is open day and night. The din-.  . ing-; room is one of the largest in  the Boundary, and the lunch counter is just 'the place to get a quick  meal.  ���������   Copper street, Greenwood.  s������fc  I"  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district.    It   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.; i'.''.':-."'  ..Ernest..J. Cartter9. Prop.'  ��������� ". As it .Were  About the most groteBiue piece  of snobbery effected by tho Kooss-  velt family is the shipping around  tho .country of the president's son  under an.assumed name. Somc-  bodyr has told the kid's Pa that it  was a necessary prerogotivc of royalty to'trayel,'incognito, and being  somewhat royal himself, (royal  snob) Roosevelt has availed himself of another opportunity to parade as an ass. The average .A mer-  lcaa is a sovereign of royal stripe,"  and he does not have to borrow  the. customs of bum monarchies to  make himself interesting which  was jnst exactly what Boo3evelt'  was trying to do for his cub.  The kid registered recently at a  Denver hotel as "David Gray,"  but of course managed to have  himself discovered and- wrote up;  of .which is distasteful in the extreme to the independent American It'would likewise gag a  hound pup.'  rTwo bepedal bulldogs recently  had a discussion at Goldeld, Nevada. One was white and of Danish breed, -and was called Nelson,  the other was brindle, of Zulu blood  and named Gans. They fought  forthr edification of a multitude of  "spote" lovers of both ��������� sexes and  incidentally a , purse of 830,000.  They kicked, butted and slugge.l  each other-1 for over, .two Hours  when one of them succumbed to a  foul biff,' and -was toted from the  pit to recover and claim the honor  of being.the champion bulldog of  his class. After reading carefully  an account of the fight I was filled  with a feeling; of disappointment  that both were not killed.  An- "enterprising"' San Fra>i-  .cisco ' newspaper .sent a woman- reporter to'the "recent Goldfield, Nevada,- prize fight notwithstanding  tho fact that the sheet had three or  four male correspondents' there.  The lady wrote the emear up in  real technical, "sporty" style and  doubtless received the approbation  of her employers- She is no doubt  fino and dandy and all thc rest of  it, but if she had any decent womanly instincts left, she must havo  felt very lonesome in that seething  nest of ring followers while she  listened to their accustomed conversation. Her story was smart,  but not as smart as it would have  been had she .remained away,  That -is. if she does not soak highballs, suck  cut.���������W. G. Staublv  was no such thing as jography, or  an equator, neither.���������Philadelphia  Record.  Some Still Coming to Him  A Chicago commercial traveler  tells of a trip he lately made.to a  hamlet in Missouri that is far out  of the way. of progress. No sign  of anything calculated to attract  anybody fairly alive was present.  A few sad-looking shacks, a primitive black-smithing shop and a 20  by 20 frame house, in which the  leading merchant kept ' a small  wagon load of such goods as are  usually found in such stores, made  the tout ensemble of this place,  which was named some .sort of  "City."  A lonesome-looking native sat  on a much-whittled packing box  outside tlie door, and the commor-  cial traveler as he rode up, askid:  What is the style of this firm ?3  The native, who was also the  store-keeper, Beemed nonplussed  for a moment, and then replied:,  Oh, !jist kaliker, linsey, dried  herrius,. sugar, and coffee, side-  meat,���������Oh, jis sich as j'bu see  'roun' heah.  Have you lived hero all your  life?the traveler queried again..  The native blinked once or twice  and then, with a wan smile, replied:  No sub; not yet, and the traveler rode on.  He that reigns within 1 i'nseF,  and rules his. passions, fears and  desires, is more than a king.  Before  buying  fruit lands;  see us or wi i^c  R. J. STEEL  Only the best listed  Fire,' Accident and Health  Insurance.  HUDSON'S BAY BL9CK  Nelson, B. C.  WE   SELL   PIANOS  WE   SELL  WE   TAKE  STARKEY & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  ROBERTSON  NELSON, B,G.  mmmmmr.mtimm  NELSON ��������� IRON' Wft'gftg  HOLLAND. CHINESE, JAPAN  AND FRKNOH BULBS, FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES  for fall planting. SEEDS IN  SEASON. GREENHOUSE  PLANTS, Floral Work, Home industry.    Catalogue free.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  ' Seed house and Greenhouses  3010 Westminster Road  . .  VANCOUVER, B. C.  - cigarettes or chew fine  099 99999999C9&0&099999999999WMi6Q9ti t9999OO0OO999Ot  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is opposite the;Great .Northern depot, aud is a delightful-haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins  of hot water, run through the entire house, and  bathrooms are always at the service of those in  search of material cleanliness. The dining room! is  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment/!  of the liquid refreshment room makes the' drinks go  down like eating fruit in a flower garden. The  sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  Didn't Feaze him  A newspaper man who recently  returned from a Southern trip tells  this story:   I happened to spend a  Sunday in alittletown way down  South, and in the morning went to  a'colored church to listen  to the  sermon of' a colored preacher who  wr.sa character in the community.  He had for'his text, the escape of  the ' Israelites   from  Egypt,  and  when I came in ho spoke something  like thisr   "And the Lord froze  the   Red   sea  iuto a solid cake of  ice and the Israelites crossed safely  over to the odder side.   Then the  Gyptians followed them over the  ice, and when they got into the  middle de Lord sent down a heavy  thaw,   which  melted   the ice and  precipitated the-Gyptians into the  water and they were all drowned."  The congregation was still for about  a minute..    Then a tall, thin colored-man  arose  and  said:   Mr.  Preacher,; I begs to disagree with  that'last statement of yours.    According to tho" "geography of the  Red sea it is in the tropics, close  to the equator and the'water never  freezes.   The minister listened at-  tentively, thou in a loud, angry  voice .replied:    I  thought there  would  be, one of those smart Diggers- in this hero congregation to  contradict, mo.,    But ho is uot so  smart as he thinkii ho ip.   In tho  days when tho Israelites ran away  vom Egypt, long, loaj ego, thor'i  A Foolish Habit  A very senseless and filthy habit  is that of wetting the lead of a pei.-  cil in the mouth before proceeding  to write, yet a majority of the  people do it. Wetting the lead  hardens aud finally ruins, and a  moment's thought will show how  unsanitary the practice is. An energetic clerk in tho office of an  eastern newspaper says, that by  actual count, forty-nine out of  fifty people that come into his office  to write advertisements for his  paper would wet the pencil befoie  using it. Not- wanting his pencils  ruined in that way he purchased  some cheap ones for the office, and  when the driver of a beer wagon  with the scent of beer, .onions,  cheese, etc., on his breath,.came to  put an ad in for a bull-dog, and  proceeded to wet the pencil and a  few minutes later a 'pretty girl  stepped in to write an ad for a lost  bracelet and proceeded to lick the  pencil, the idea occurred.to him to  count those who would -wet the  pencil before writing during the  balance of the day, with the result-  that forty-nine out of fifty, licked  the same pencil during th.e day.  Just why people wet a pencil before writing no one seemB to know  but they do.  An absent-minded woman one  Sunday walked into church, took  a front seat and joined iu the service vigorously,- according to the  Chicago Inter-Ocean. Then the  collection basket was passed to  her, and, putting a coin into it, she  looked about. She cast glances in  every direction, her mind cleared,  and an expression of amazement  overspread her face. She got up.  She hurried down the aisle. She  overtook the man with the collection basket. ; I'm in the wrong  church, she whispered, aud takir g  out the coin she .had put in, she  hurried forth.  When in Midway  STOP AT  Crowell's - Hotel  B. A. ISA4C  Ri Wj HINTON  ENGINEERS AND   CONTRACTORS  FOUNDERS AND  MACHINISTS  Repairing, and Jobbing executed with Despatch;  Sheet Metal Work,' Mining and Mill Macliiriery.  Manufacturers of Ore Cars, RiR: Contractors' Cars  Corner of Hall and Front Streets ; "i  Phone59 NELSON, B. C. tto   ���������  Bdx 173,-.  v ;  S. J. MICHTON  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and.Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  Grapbrbok'-Hot  CRANBROOIC, B." C.  Is conVenlent to; all depots, telegraph offices and $t  banks in the city. Special attention paid to tourists, jr  commercial.and otherwise. The cuisine is excellent, &  and all guests receive cdiirteous attention. Touch $  the wire when you want rooms' reserved J?  LHO0GARTH k ROLLINS/ Proprietors.       ��������� p  RUIT  LANDS  In io and 20 acre blocks  ON KOOTENAY LAKE  For sale on easy terms.  J. E. ANNABLE  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO HOTEL  KASLO B. O.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to thatjeity.  COCKLE & PAPWOETH.  A sensational divorce suit is on  in Shawnee, Ok. A man who suspected his wife of rifling his pockets when he slept, bought-a small  rat trap and set it on bis pocket.  Late at night he was awakened  from sleep by, the screams of his  wife, whoso fingers were fast in the  trap.   The  divorce suit followed.  Vigilance is in watcliiug opportunity, tact in daring and seizing  upon' opportunity; forco and persistence iu .crowding opportunity  to the. utmost of poanible achieve-  inout.  THE MAIL STAGE  M.Grillis, Prop.  GKEENWOOD TO  FERRY, WASH.  Leaves Greenwood-at 7:30  a, m^ 'each-day. Returning,  leaves Ferry on arrival of  Great Northern train. Offiiceat  ROSSLAND   HOTEL  Copper Street  Kootenay Engineering Wo'rk&  NELSON, B. C. 'OV ���������'/���������'���������'J1  Fonnders, Machinists" and Iron. Workers.    Makers of the (firawford  Aerial Tram.'   Castings, JBuildera'  Materials,  Mill'  and Mining Machinery "  P. O. BOX 493. B. C. TRAVIS, MANAGER.    '  THE MIGHEL HOTEL  Still retains its supremacy as this - oest hotel in the Kootenays,  Ostermoor Mattresses  Clean linen and Good Cooking  Excellent hunting in season.    Good trout .fishing in tho Elk* J  river and neighboring streams.   Address all communications,to  '.Thomas Crahan, Manager, Michel, B. O.  F. MEBSCflE*?  MERCHANT TAILOR  Silverton, B. C.  Develop, your sweet taste by  using . > ��������� ���������.  's  Confections, High Class  Chocolates, Fruit - Tablets,  Nougats, etc.  Tie MONTGOMERY CO.  NELSON, B.C.  NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  Nelson, 13. O.  Mines,    Milts,   Hote's,  etc.,  furnished with lie p..  I'X LOVE, manager.  Tbe Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C, has a line of nerve  bracersjunsurpassed in any uiouo-  tain town of the Great'Wot. A  glass of aqualpura given free with  spirits nienf'.   ,  Heua market flfotel  Is thc home for all tourists  aud millionaires visiting New '  Denver.  British \ Columbia.  HENRY ,.������TEGE.. PEQEE-  J; R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of tho  Kootenays. J v  .     'i  ���������*���������?���������  The Reception Hotel  Iu Camborne gives all its patron's  tbe purest food, drink' and cigars.  James Lindsley' Prop.  ie,  Blue Prize, Henry Van  Columbus and Havana Ark  CIGARS  are Union Made Cigars, made by W. \\  Kilbouruc & Co., Winnipeg and sold on  .Ue road by GROROI-: UORTOS.  The Windsor Hotel  cbe;  .1, ,���������������������������;��������� 1 i ������'.,,- , ', , .\'t.r* \������  of Grand Forks, B.-'C1., caterfe'tor1  miners, mechanicsandsmeltermen  A. B. Sloan, Manager.  ".H.ii^. .'J*  J    ; .������ # -V*  wJC*  . <tffclHou-. B. C, is'rWotFthc  tb& American aW Elifbpean  plan. Nothing yc'llotf about  thc house ciictfpL the gold iu  !  ..;.. f:.r  '��������� ���������tv-e>safe.'',;v   ���������  ./.S  Malonc   &. TfcctHIUs  \ GrcemvooU. R. (J.. Oct. 11. l'JOU.  THE G It K ION WOOD UODG-FJ  r&a  Owing to tho nature of tbe deposits and other advantage? tlie mining and Bmeltingof this low-grade  ore pays oxccadinly well. Even  with copper at 13 cents a pound ib  would pay a profit of SI a ton.  With copper over 19 cents any  Rube can figure out the immense  boom now standing in the door of  the great Boundary country.  WEST FORK NEWS  Slot   machines are   still   doing  business; in*the- city.  1    In Nelson woodjcosts So.oO a cord  with an upward tendency.  \    The growing of apples has caused  some talk about Xelson in distant  j,tpwns.  1 ' A train  ran away on one of the  railroads at Rossland a few days  , ago,,but the live daily press failed  , to catch the item.  1 ���������' "W.'A. Galliher, M. P., probably  tlie biggest Grit between the two  jseas  has   returned   to   the   city.  , BUI never looked better aud life at  lOttawa seems to agree with him.  l    Ii.  J.  Steel is one of   tho most  energetic real estate men in Nelson.  ,Duriug   September he sold eight  jpjjpces of real estate   in that city  ...ranging in   price   from   $900   to  , SgiJUO.'each.  :; ....One of .'those  chaps who didn't  know ill was loaded, was cleaning a  lguh( ifi 'liis' boarding house on  ��������� Baker Street tlie other day when it  jwent off and shattered the windrows. ForttUu'atdy the contents  ;went towards, the'sky or some pedestrian might 'have!, been killed.  /   About the- beginning of the year  The Daily Xews:will bja! 'changed to  ������������������aft eight page paper.'' A'ten ton  ^Mieble   prestf' capable pi piVntmg  2205? papers an hour Will be iii-  >Btalled, .'and this popnjar morning  ..paper, will'move a'little higher tor  .wards the pinnacle of western  vjournaiisnV. " :  -t -Tooi'Peck, one of the most hum-  nrqty'6't' railway conductors in the  ,:great copper weBt has returned  .���������'from h.is, gravels in the east, and is  jagain drilling holes in Bulldog express .itifjkets. Tom says lie did  ./not call, upon George W. Peck in  ^Milwaukee,, as he does not claim to  -job the original of that great writer's  ^bbok.': '���������  _  It is  Have you tried Mapeline ?  sold by Anderson Bros.  County Court  A sitting of tho county court  was held on the 4th inst., before  His Honor Judge Clement. Henry  Brctzius. Pietro Curcio, Robert  Alexander Mathisou, Elia Teto,  Spartaco ��������� Zichinate and Giocomo  Zucchiatto were Canadianized, and  are now citizens of the only free  country in America. The cases  before His Honor were:  Austin Harris v. C. M. Crouse���������  An appeal taken from decision of  Stipendiary Magistrate McSIynn,  under Summary Convictions Act.  Judgment reserved. A. M. White-  sien for appellant, J. P. McLeod  for respondent.  Jas.' McCreath v. P. L. Mc-  Kilvie���������Dismissed with costs. A.  S. Black for plaintiff, D. Whiteside for defendant.  W. H. Jeffery v. Jas. Sutherland���������Judgment for plaintiffs with  costs. A. M. Whiteside for plaintiff, J. P. McLeod for defendent.  M. Mclntyre v. John Allan���������  Judgment for plaintiff iu 875 and  costs. J. R. Brown for plaintiff,  J. P. McLeod for defendant.  D. McPherson v. C. "W. Hozier  ���������Next court. J. II. Brown for  plaintiff, C. J. Leggatt for defense.  Frank Piculjou v. John Albi���������  Adjourned to next court, plaintiff  to pay cost of courts. C, J. Leggatt for plaintiff, J. R. Brown for  defense.  Headquarters for tho  Tilden Co. stoves. The  LaW'Caulfield Co.  Gurney  RuBsell-  The Magdala, Kootenay Belle,  and Royal Seal cigars are made in  Nelson by tiie Kootenay Cigar Co.  For 40 cents you can get a pound  can of Crescent baking powder at  Anderson Bros.  In the Boundary  Much of the ore in the Boundary  only runs a little over 25 pounds  of copper to the ton of rock with  about    $1.50     in    other   values.  F. F. Ketchem is thinking of  organizing a glee club.  Jim Dale is busy on the construction of a commodious log house  which is to be the finest piece of  architecture in the "West Fork  country.  The hotel at Bull Creek is in the  future to  bo known as tho White  Bull.      Gorman     West    recently  christened   it   with   the   aid of a  whitewash  brush.     Gorman is a  man of many talents.    Some time  ago  he studied the peculiarities of  a camel, and seems to have acquired  a certain   accomplishment of that  gifted animal.     "When not studying zoology Gorman turns his attention to horticulture, and points  with justifiable pride to the fruits  or rather the vegetables of his labors.     Gorman's cuisine triumphs  constitute one of the pleasures of a  West Fork trip.     There is solid  substantial  comfort   at Gorman's  and one shudders to think of the  possible  transformation  this hospitable house may undergo if the  long   anticipated   railroad should  come along. Surely the food would  not be as palatable if Gorman, being    too   busy receiving tourists  should have to engage the services  of   a  longer  For brown beans and allied cookery Gorman will ever be famous.  When asked the other day if he  had any news items for Jim Grier,  the genius of Bull creek replied:  "No, but tell him about the vegetables; the onions, the carrots, the  turnips, and oh God, the potatoes!  Judging from tho emphasis on the  potatoes Gorman must have the  national breakfast food of Ireland  singly great and collectively in  large heaps.  Columbia and Western matters. It  was also decided to piace candidates in every constituency at the  next provincial election, and to  stand pat against the new labor  party. The reporters of the capitalistic press were not permitted at  the convention as the socialists  claim to havo suffered in the past  from distorted reports of their  movements in the press antagonistic to their principles.  BANDFAJR ^v  Perfume tho ozone these frosty  mornings by smoking a Kootenay  Belle cigar.  Before purchasing your next box  of apples, get in touch with the  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  Try Gusto. It is the latest in  breakfast foods and is sold by Anderson Bros.  seei ag" a lad fishing on the'Sab'bath.  What wud yor faither say if he  speered ye ? demanded the minister.  I canna' tell at a,' replied the lad;  ye'd better ask him yoursel.' Is  that he, asked the minister���������yon  puir auld mon wi' his back sae  bent? Yes, said the lad. What'B  he daeing ? questioned the minister.  He's diggin' tae find me somemair  Worms, answered the lad.  In order to accommodate those  who eat after dark the Windsor  Cafe is now open all night. Everything firBt-class and up-to-date.  Quality is our first consideration.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  THE BIO STORE  FRANK   FLETCHER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  NELSON. B. C.  "hasher"    and  preside no  at  the   hospitable   board.  BANDFAIR  "When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.  The store that always has tbe  reputation of keeping good groceries. We still have them and at  reasonable prices. The Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co.  Socialist Convention  The Socialists had a convention  in  Nelson  last week and endorsed  Hawthorthwaito for   the stand he  took upon the  Kaien Island and  The best coffee in the city at Anderson Bros.  Hero is a puzzle that puzzles  everybody. Take the number of  your living brothers, double the  amount, add it to three, multiply  by five, add it to the number of  deaths of brothers and subtract 150  from the result. The right figure  will be the. number of deaths, thc  middle will be the.numb.er of sisters and tbe left will show the number of living brothers. Try it and  see.  ���������An English judge recently explained to a witness the difference  between presumptive and circumstantial evidence. When, he said,  you see a man coming out of a  public house, that is presumptive  evidence that he has had a drink,  but when you see a man coming  out of a public house wiping his  mouth on the back of his hand,  that is strong circumstantial evidence that he has had a drink.  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  Special Pay-Day. Sale Wed. Oct. 10 at 2 o'clock.  SPECIALTIES     .  Men's Felt Hats, Popular Shades and Shapes, at 75c,  $1.00 and'$1.75  Men's Shoes, Regular J $3 to j$4.  .for $1.75  The Hunter-Kendrick Co*  LIMITED.  CANADIAN  PAID VP CAPITAL, 810,000,000.  BK9BKVK FUND, 84,800,000.  B. E. WALKER, Gen. Manager.    ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen. Man.  The Magdala is the name of a  cigar that thc barkeep will show  you if you ask him for it.  Just received a shipment of salt  fish from the east. Try a Nova-  Scotia mackeral for breakfast.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  The right man at the head of affairs in Fernie could settle the  strike in 30 minutes. Brains are  necessary in all lines of business.  We arc more heavily taxed by  our idleness, pride and folly than  by the government.  There is Sunday labor which  cannot bo justified on the score of  necessity, of. course. The Btory as  I heard it was that a Bangor minister was exceedingly shocked at  VENDOME HOTEL  ANACONDA  Is just a few minutes' walk from  the center of Greenwood, < and a  convenient place to drop in at the  end of a walk. Convenient to the  smelter aud provides the public  with  EDS  OARD AND  EVERAGES  W. B. THOMSON  F. M. LAMB  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B.  C.  A. D.  Are  increasing  each   week  with the  Broadway-Clothing  It is a pleasure to show suits,  knowing we can please you in  both price and quality, from  $10 to ������20. We have a large  range of up-to-date Overcoats  which you can not afford to  overlook, from $G to $18. Have  you teen our new CROWN  TAILORING samples? Satisfaction guaranteed." We have  The Warmest Lot ^  of Clothing and Stoves in the   $S  country. . .  "Russell-Law-Caulfield  Co., Limited.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  GREENWOOD LOCAL NO. 311  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  month in Eagles Hall at8 p. m.  Visiting  members cordially invited to attend..  Frank Si'Karing, Fin. gec'y,  Edgar W. Dynks, President.  r-tf.-V*"**'" ������~ WC' W-  CANADIAN  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS  ROYAL MAIL SERVICE  "KMPRESSES"  From Montreal and Quebec to Liverpool  EMPRESS OF BRITAIN   Oct. 19.  Lake Chumplain   Oct. 27.  ���������EMPRESS OF IRELAND   Nov. 1.  Lake Erie, Nov. 10.  First cabin 865 and upwards according  to steamer:    One class steamers (intermediate)   $42.50; second cabin 945 and  upwards; third class $26.50 and $28,75,  Apply at once for our illustrated booklet  descriptive   of our superior third class  accommodation,  FROM    MONTREAL   TO   LONDON  DIRECT  Lake Michigan,   Oct 17.  Third class only, 826.50.  Montrose   Oct. 24.   .  Carrying second class only, $40.00  [GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine WatcheB, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  '   SPECIAL LIMITED TRAIN  "OVERSEAS MAIL"  96 hours  VANCOUVER  TO QUEBEC  Oct. Is.anti Nov. 12.  For detailed information and berth res-  ervotioim lor train or boats apply to local  ugents or write  J. H. CAllTKlt, I), p. A., Nolm.n.  K. J, OOVIJ:, A. 0. l������. A. Vancouver  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 cash-  in after the fi\ish 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 ainongBt the tender-  ' feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mint'.  In it are printed three  western poems, and dozens of article too numerous to mention. Send  for one before it is too  lato. Tbe price is twenty- .  live cents, postpaid to any  part of the'.world. Address all letters to  R. TV Lowery  NELSON, B. C.  MOTIOK.  In tho Mutter of the Lnml Kcfflatrjr Act,  junI  In thn Mutt������fr of tho Tltlo to Pitr't  (8.03 Aoren) of Lot 489, lind   Part of  UotlOl'J, Oronp I, O������oyoo������ Division,  Y������t������ Wlatrlct, It, C.  WHKREAS Ortlfloato   of   Tltlo   of   Tho  Montreal nnd Boston CopperCumiiany, Limited,  lieiiiB Curtlllcntf of Tltlo No. ������U������i7n to the above  liert'ilitiimeiiW,lmn heuii lent or destroyed and  application han been made to mu fur a duplicate  thcreoli    ��������� ���������   ���������  NOTICE In hereby Blvon that a duplicate Or-  tHIu.iteofTltlo'to the ultove liuri'dltamuiiU will  tiR lirnucd at the expiration of one month from  111'1 (lato liurcof uiiIojm In thu meantime valid  abjection to the contrary la made to niejln  writing        W. H. EDMONDS,  DMt.ot lti>Kl������trar of Titian.  Land Ki'Kl.itry OJUcu, Knmlooys, U. C, October Htli, MOO.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in 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 $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current  rates. The depositor is subject to rip delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  i ^^      ... *  W. ALLISON, Manager Greenwood Branch.  SUHJECT   TO      CONFIRMATION  WE WILL BUY  iooo Nicola Coal Mines. .$       07  50 Con. Smelters  137 50  5000 Cariboo-McKinney. 03  1000 Rambler Cariboo... 31  100 B. C. Copper  10 75  5000 Can. Gold Fields Sn. 07 }4  3000 Diamond Vale  17  SUBJECT    TO    CONFIKBIATION  WE WILL SELL  1000 American Boy      03^  500 International Coal      64  5000 Tel-Kwa Mines  15  ���������   100 Dominion Copper at. 5 75  250 Denora Mines      09  3000 Western Oil ,  1 20  2000 California      07^  We shall be pleased to mail you our'Market Letter and Quotation  Sheet.   Drop us a card asking for same.   Drawer 1082, Nelson, B. C.  B. B. MI&HTOH & CO.  Mining and Investment Brokers, Nelson, B. C.  BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO. LTD.  Geo. R. Naden, Manager.  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral claims, mining stocks  and shares. City real estace bought, sold and exchanged.  Call and see our list.  QRHBNWOOD,   B.   O.  IT'S HERE  Sportsmen, now is the time to prepare for action. Bear  in mind we carry the most complete and up-to-date line  of sporting goods in the city. The best shooters uso  Ealey.'s loaded phellsl We carry all kinds of ammunition,  and cutlery.    See us for razors.  The OIC New&2ndHand store, A. L. WHITE & CO.  J. G. MELVIN La,%������{  Mailorders Promptly.Attended  SANDON, B. C.  Mamifactorin?  Jeweler  Expert Watchmaker and Diamond  Setter, Manufacturer of Chains,  Lockets and Rings, Wedding rings  made on short notice.  WORK  GUARANTEED  Next Door to Beading Boom  P. O. BOX  268  1 Complete stock of Ledgers Cash  k  t  3  ��������� r   ��������� ( .... .���������,  Books, Journals, Memo Books,  Letter books, Files, and Office  Supplies.  COLES & FRITH.  PHONE 33,   ��������� GREENWOOD, B. C. COPPER St.  Hooksellcrs, Stationers, Wallpaper Dealers, Tobaccos and Cigars.  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