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The Ledge Oct 12, 1911

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 ,n    ��������� 3-1 a -','-. i,' .;  ,    i'    ,f  *r#\ v".|' "'*" - .'''.'^' 'Vi'.;*," .-���������'  ' "* -   . '* '���������"     '' > '    '' I     * ,   '-  -    -��������� r. > .   .   -  Z^tV^  , '?<  ���������      I       ,.   '*    '!'..,    '-. '.-1  "f*r   y'Vi.*  til  * . ! ^,"4'>V;:;-d  with which is incorporated the boundary creek times.  i. ' ** s&t  o-  Vol. ' XVIir  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 12, 1911.  No. 13  :rriv^'  J- SHOES  TOQUES   -  REEFERS'/  SNA/EATERS  '���������>  , ,   Have you seen the    ,  Notorious  Second-Hand  ';; Man ���������  For prices on  Furniture, Hardware  Sporting Goods  Trunks and Valises  ease  Around Home  of Mil Kinds;  Great  Reduction  article  on every  COME ALL and let us show you  >'     our Goods.  &  IO  Phone 16   Greenwood, B. C.  *������&&>&&%/$,'%/fy%rt/%^q>>'&v  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture Store  We have just opened'up a shipment of  "Direct from the Old Land.  Also Hearthrugs and Mats in great variety  They are all priced to sell quickly,.    - Drop in and seethem.  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Mrs. W. ELSON  Opposite Postoffice.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Phone 27  CLUB CIGAR STORE  =====  GREBMW0������B   ===  WALTER a KENNEDY      ������      ,      PROPRIETOF  SPECIALS  PASTRY BAKED DAILY AND  ALWAYS FRESH.  CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AND SMOKERS'  ������������������������������������   SUNDRIES  ��������� ���������  CANDY,  FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY  45 cents a Package  EMPRESS JAM  5 pound pail, 90 cents  COPPER STREET.  #������T   Drop,in when you wish to read the latest Papers and Magazines  Agent for Phoenix Laundry.     - Office of Phoenix'& Midway Stages  THE CANADIAN BANK  OP COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST,-  $8,000,000  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The  Canadian Bank of. Commerce is able to effect collections throughout  the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on  application.  FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the'world, drawn in sterling,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager.        -      Greenwood Branch.  THE MAIN THING  ABOUT A CLOCK  is the works. Unless it keeps accurate time a clock is worthless.  But you don't .need', to ignore  beauty in the case in order to  have, a reliable clock.  OUR CLOCKS GO RIGHT  AND LOOK RIGHT  We guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers. You can judge  of their-^attractivc. appearance.  Isn't it new clock time for you?  ^!nm!!!t!!n?n!n!!!!!!?t!?!ff!!?!!?!!?!!y?!?f!!!!!!H!!!n!!!!!!!f??fe2  ������������      Our complete stock of Plumbing and Tinsmith/ S  sE ingmatefialhasiaffivedandweafenowin a position :3  ������z to do all kinds of job work at greatly reduced prices 3  H in any part of the city or district. i������|  I PTE    McArthur & Clerf I  ^iiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiaiiiHiiuiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiuiumiiiiuiiiiiK  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  KOOM8   TO   LET  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to. guests.  If you want to know what Ferry  was like in the boom days, send 10  cents to the Ledge office for a copy  of Lowery's Claim, of Dec. 1905.  If you want a bargain in old newspapers call at thc cditoriabrooms of  The Ledge.  Danny Deane was in town last  Friday.  Bob Barr is operating a shoe  shop in Lytton. _, -    ��������� ���������  Charles Dunn is separating hair  and cuticle over in'Lytton.  Thomas Oxley of Phoenix has  moved to'Northern Alberta.  Engineer Humphrey has recovered from his recent illness^  For i Rent���������Furnished houses,  pianos, sewing machines. A. L.  White. "  Jack Killain and ' Butch are  running a large butcher shop in  Lytton. s  Barney Snow and Julius Black  are decorating the scenery in  Lytton.  P. W. Lover has quit mining,  and retired to his ranch near  Beaverdell.  The leading merchant of FJtfe  spent a short span of time in the  citv last week.    ���������  Last week 30 men left Grand  Forks for the logging camps up  the North Fork.        -'  The Doukhobors ' shipped a  carload of melons from Grand  Forks last week.  The Grand Forks Gazette says  that John Mulligan has returned  irom a honeymoon"trip.  Dr. McLean and his bride .were  given a royal welcome upon their  return from the east Tuesday.  Miss E. C. Watson has arrived  from Ontario to operate the typewriter in I. H. Hallett's office.  Henry Bretzins is now located  at Lillooet, and reads Greenwood's  leading excitement every week.  J. L. Hamilton of Deadwood  is in the hospital suffering from  an infected face caused by a bad  tooth. .      -  Since' thc election H. W.  Farmer has received an increased  number of inquiries for Kettle  Valley lands.  ��������� A marriage license was issued  on Tuesday to James -S. ��������� Stead-  man and Miss Alice Quran, both  of Westbridge.  V. Kistler of the G. N. Ry. has  been transferred from Grand  Forks, and his place .has been  taken by R. J. Smith.  The ladies' of St. Judes' Guild  wish to intimate that they will  hold their annual sale of work  about the third week in November.  A. Lind after working at the  smelter since its inception has  sold his residence in Anaconda  to Mr. McPhail, and moved to  Victoria this week.  Miss Frawley went to Spokane  yesterday to consult an ear  specialist. She was accompanied  by Mrs. Thompson, who is on  her way to the coast.  Martin Burrell has been appointed Minister of Agriculture.  This is no surprise in this community although it caused a  shade of sadness around Kootenay.  J. Gorman "West spent some  happy hours in town last "week.  It is 38 years since Jim saw B. C.  He has a-life pass on the C.P.R.,  and at one time was a partner of  Sir Dan Mann's.  Thomas Thomas has purchased  the building on Government  street, at one time occupied by  The Ledge, and is moving it to  the lot upon'which the cremated  Victoria hotel was at one time  situated.  George Wellwood will get out  logs all winter, about six miles  from Westbridge, up the main  river. In the spring he will  build a piece of the C. N., near  Lytton for which he has recently  received a contract.  A. S. Black was enthusiastic  over the Fall Fair, and expended  considerable time and money in  making it a success. He is the  man responsible for the baby  show, one of the leading and  most exciting events of the exhibition.  The Fire Brigade deserves  credit for bringing such an excellent show as the Bostonians to  this city. During the Fair this  company played two nights, and  upon the first night the Auditorium conld not hold all who wanted seats. The Brigade will bring  two more excellent companies to  THE FAIR  The following is the balance of  the prize list and sporting events  of the Greenwood Fair:  LIVE STOCK  Best Draught Suckling Colt,  Moran, both prizes.  The three year old colt, "Hackney  Gelding," exhibited by Mr, J. J.  Johns won first prize and diploma. The pretty animal was  much admired by all visitors.  Best Single Driver, J, H. Methot;  M, H. Roy.  Best Driving Team, J. H, Methot;  M, H. Roy.  Heavy Draught Stallion, Moran,  Diploma and Ribbon.  Bull, R. Folvick, Diploma and  Ribbon.  SPORTS   i  100 Yard Foot Race, F. Hutt; E.  McCutcheon. <  Broad Jump, R. A. Wilbur; F.'  Hutt.  Relay Race, Hutt & Russell;  Kind & McCutcheon.  Fat Man's Race, C. G. Wheeler;  J. Huff.  Motor Cycle Race, D. Biner; Dr.  Dixon,  Greenwood Defeated Mother Lode  at football 1 to 0.  Most of tbe races for the show  girls were won by Miss Thorn  - Hellen.  HORSE RACES, OCTOBER 5  Cowboy Race, C. Russell; N. Fin-  sen.  Novelty Race, No. 1, C. Russell;  W. Oliver.  Noveltv Race, No. 2, Wilkinson;  C. Schenck.  Potato Rape, C. Russell; A. G.  Shaukland-  Single Jack Drilling Contest,  Hammerstadt, 1st, and Bowman, 2nd.  CHILDREN'S SPORTS  75 Yds. Boys Race Over 9, Dick,  Taylor; Ward  Storer; Charles  McArthur.    ,  Boys 3 Legged Race, Tom Taylor  - and George Eales; Dick Taylor  'and Charles McArthur.  Boys Race Under 9, Elic Winter;  Elvin "Beck; Jack Eales; Harry  Royce.  Girls Race SO yards, Florence  McMillan; Lizzie Willcox;  Annie McMillan; Jean Coles.  Girls Race Over 16, Hazel Red-  path; Lucile Smith; Joy Cummins.  SO Yards Girls Race, Edith  Willcox; Margaret Boyer; Maud  Eales; Josephine McKee, Edith  Royce.  ^Western Float I  Lawn Tennis was first played in  1591.    *  Efforts are being made to incor-  ate Duncan.  A lumber yard is being established at Masset.-  are plentiful this  has opened a tailor  is being built  Dog salmon  fall at Pacofi.  J. Kennedy  shop in Frank.  A new   sawmill  at Cobble Hill.  An Orange lodge has been organized at Sumas.  J. O. Sherry has opened a shoe  shop in Courtenay.  The "Order of Lions has 350  members in Nauaimo.  This fall the water in the Fraser  river is extremely low.  This season 300 whales were  caught at Eose Harbor.  W. K. Brown is again running a  blacksmith shop in Creston.  will  Kev. C. F. Yates who has been  vicar of St. Pauls church in Golden -  for 11 years, has been transferred  to a parish near New Westminister.'  In the early days Mr. Yates was  stationed at New Denver and has  quite a reputation as a poet.  The Lord's Day Advocate, published in Toronto, commenting on  Sunday baseball games and picnics  in Eossland and Nelson says: ,  "This is a situation demanding attention. Communication has been  entered into with the authorities  upon the matter and it will be  thoroughly gone into by the General Secretary and Mr. Huestis on  their tour of the west in October."  ROCK CREEK NOTES  CITY COUNCIL.  The Council met on Monday  evening.  The following accounts were  ordered to be paid: Kinney McDonald, $6.60; Electric Lights,  $172.20; The Ledge, $10.00; Geo.'  Clerf, $14.80; J. H. McNeil,  $25.00; Provincial Jail, $38.50.  The street committee reported  work progressing on Dundee  street sidewalk and recommended  that some new plank be laid on  South end bridge. It was decided  to repair the intake on Providence  creek and the chairman of the  water committee was instructed  to employ a fit and proper person  to^do the work.  The council adjourned uutil  October 23.  AN INTERESTING EXHIBIT  Greenwood during the winter.  The firsr attempt to steer a  balloon was made in Paris iul784.  Don't be afraid of doing a man  a good turn.  We are frequently admonished  to "come early and avoid the  rush," but suppose everybody was  to do so?  E. J. Cartier, manager of the  Windsor Hotel, took an enthusiastic interest in Greenwood's first  fall fair, and his exhibit, under the  able attendance of Zack Watson,  was varied and pleasing to allwho  beheld it. It consisted of Buff  Orpingtons. Minorcas, Houdans,  Golden Sebright Bantams, Golden  Laced Polish Whites, Crested Polish, Pit Game, Toulouse Geese,  Pekin Ducks, Eed, Black and  White Bantams, English Homer  Pigeons, Belgian Hares, English  Hares, English Eabbits, Indian  Eunner Ducks, Canaries, French  Poodles, East Indian Parrot, East  African Bald Parrot, Japan Eobin,  South American Paraquets and  Central African Finches. One  rude rancher said that Ernie had a  coon in his collection. In addition  to about 25 prizes that Ernie received for his varied exhibits, his  infant daughter was awarded first  prize at the baby show. Ernie's  life must havo been full of joy  last week.  By December the O.N.Ry.  be running trains into Hope.  New and heavier rails are being  laid on the E. & N. Eailway.  The Church of England gave a  dance in Blairmore last week.  E.B. Hall and family have moved  from Princeton to Chilliwack.  The Vernon brass band played  at the Fair in New Westminister.  'A second troop of Boy Scouts  has been organized in Chilliwack.  Dr. Francis W. Hall died in  Victoria last week, aged 50 years.  During September 312 cases were  tried in the police court at Victoria.  A tiger shark ten feet long was  recently killed at Queen Charlotte.  The Bnlkley valley people have  been given a semi-weekly mail service.  A. S. Clausen has opened a  jeweller's store in New Westminister.  In New Westminister the Pythian roller rink has opened for the  winter.  This fall two carloads of apples  will be shipped from  Vernon to 1  Europe.  G. B. Anderson lost his right  leg by falling under a car at Prince  Rupert.  Recently Fairflax Prevost shot  15 cock pheasants, in one day near  Duncan.  Wm. Singleton has resigned his  position as yardmaster at Smelter  Junction.  Mrs. J. M. Paul of Armstrong  died last week from an acute attack  of diabetes.  On his ranch near Bossburg  Eobert Eamser has put in a home  canning plant.  Iu Rupe next December amateurs  will produce the comedy entitled,  "Our Eegiment."  The Siwashes held a Potlach at  Sardis to celebrate the end of the  hop picking season. .  .  In Trail 842 a, month is the  average amount collected by the  city for water rates.  This winter the C.P.R. will  build a $100,000 steel bridge, two  miles west of Blairmore.  At Chilliwack a Chinaman has  been sent to jail for four months  for selling liquor to Indians.  Owing to an outbreak of measles  the school at Lynn Valley has been  closed for an indefinite period.  C. E. Wells, C.P.R. agent at  Golden for 25 years, has been transferred to a town in the Okanagan.  The total reward for the capture  of the men who robbed the Bank of  Montreal in New Westminister is  $32,000.  Frank Hoffercamp the first  barber in Fort George has been  left a fortune by the death of a rich  relative in Portland.  R. T. Elliott, K. C. is putting up  a $25,000 building in Victoria.  He made $50,000 out of real.estate  in Nelson a few years ago.  On October 4 there were only 13  cases in the police court at Vancouver. This is the lightest business for any day of this year.  Gus Wickham was recently killed near Hazelton, by picking into  a missed hole on the railway tunnel that is being constructed by  Duncan Ross.  S. Johnson wjis recently fined  for selling ice-cream on Sunday.  He was convicted under the Charles  II Act, which is going away back  for British Columbia, even in  Chilliwack.  A. J. McNabb has gone to Nevada to manage the smelter at  Mason. For three years ho has  boon superintendent of tho Trail  smelter, and his position has been  awarded to J. Buchanan.  On Saturdav evening a large -  gathering met at Mrs. Shilcock's  house to  say  goodbye   to   Miss  Crissie Blackadder who is leaving  for Vancouver.  A merry evening  was spent in games, singing, and  at its conclusion Mrss Blackadder  was presented with" a set of silver  toilet articles together with- the  following  address*    "It is with  more than a passing feeling of  regret that we, your friends in  Rock Creek, have met tonight to  say farewell to you.   You  have  lived among us for several years,  and  in that time you have won  the respect and real  affection of  us all.    Unfortunately,  we cannot always map out our own path  in the world, and it is to this that  we attribute your leaving us and  severing so abruptly the tie which  bind  all of us in Rock Creek so  closely to you.    We assure you  that   your    absence will in no  way diminish  our  affection ' for  you and we shall always look forward to the time when you will  be amongst us again.  We now ask you to accept this  parting gift, which, we trust may  serve to remind you of the many  pleasant times we have spent together,'and as an evidence of our  goodwill and best wishes for your  future prosperity and happiness.'',  1    Miss Blackadder's loss will be  keenly felt by everybody in the-  district for she is liked by all who  know her, and all hope that she  will  before long  be   among  again.  us  Another Way To Do It  The following from the Sumas  News, might act as an incentive:  "It is   a   well   esablished   fact  that when  it comes to prying a  hard-headed  business   man   loose  from his toil begotten dollars,  it.  takes a women to turn the trick.  A man will make a life and death  struggle   against   another   he-human before he will cut the bands  of his bundle of kale and distribute the same for the public weal -  and welfare���������and   his own.    But  he'll make a bonfire out of the entire bale if Winsome Winnie wills  it.    Witness;    the   average   man .  won't buy himself a new necktie  once a year.    That is, if he's happily  married and  isn't trying to  make a hit with Mrs. Trubble or  Ohyoukid.    The old tie   is good  enough, and he refuses to let go of  four bits to buy a new one.    But  along about the time his birthday  rolls around wifey   goes   to  bim  and puts up a play for a new bonnet, she lands a ten spot without a  struggle.    Five of it buys the Bky-  piece���������or   ribbons  and  flub-dubs  doo-dads enough to make over the  old one.   And   she surprises  pa  with a birthday present of [a dozen  new ties���������and he's tickled most to  death.  "The idea of a Woman's Auxiliary for the commercial body of  a town has been worked out with  great success in many cities of the  West."  An exchange publishes the  following, and it has its application:  "A severe lesson in honesty among  those who find lost articles and  fail to return or advertise them is  much needed. It .is either not  generally known or tho knowledge  is disregarded, that an effort must  be made publicly to restore to the  loser any thing picked up by persons on tho street or other places,  and until this is done the finder  rests under suspicion of having  (stolen tho article ui question.  1   ' r"'\  t ..       ������ **    *"   \  /,-;,V/V;\;v< V"*?  ?? fsiWj Tf-IE   i/I'lOGE,   GREENWOOD,   ."BRITISH   COLUMBIA1.  L-S-aiTIKl-Kii'JVJ.'::*  ���������HTrf :*i- 'ti.-.-r-~ar.������������,iA r-ni**������MJE'r������K-,s:vr  i:Mt*iEjas3*axj*BJi*s --**- =������.  - -   * ���������   i..^-^������?-^wy-"-������^t->j������rj,vafWrlfjg^^  ;17^  1* 7* "p  f* -'i  ��������� ..-ij3.^V.j/ "   -  "-*! 7f.7������  __/* _M..-d  IrMicd r.n mnny pari  ol  ind  Js Ifcnlc-I .it Civc.'-'nul. V.. C, ami ecu  th-: c:irili. Fi iyy.ni.>* \r. Hie Trout cverv Tluirs-d-iv morning' _  iM'lk-vi-'. tn.i*. Iiuil w ulcl clo e up ii lovo ruled the world. It believes-  jn:'.'ice to ovcrvwiu'; fr.������m tlu.* i,:;.i* v.-lio muck-', in the -.nine to the  who sits on ihe cU'-.hiocs*oi  lh.- throne.     Il believes tbat nd-  IV  !:ti-  vu-i;i.'::i; is the hie of If.T.lc:: and thai, one of the noblest works o  cr.-.iti't.i ..-"��������� ihe m'p.n who -���������Iv.-a.vs pays the printer.  ���������if  T  1 I   ' '..  ne i  ,!,  I'u: o ur.Ly <.*-���������  in ; ���������)% r.i;.-".  is.--C.00 a vear in advance, or ^2.30 when not so paid.  e;; Ld aH paruoS Canada, Mexico, Great  IlriUun and  -e.    To iho. rnilai Slate:, it is 02.50 a year. ahvtiu-  ;ru.  yut\  E1)TT02<  ,     Jj j'kJ 7 v1 -b.-'-i'J**- A  AX 2 >    FIN ANCHOR.  c'lino whining for bind, breuil.  Only bread. And 3 had none.  These- children v li'i had always'  had plenty, wand* ! ������������������ cad. When  J rushed from the hoii.'c and took  some iVom a biike.i-'.- Lli*'>i>; Ihc.v Ml  ou and (ievoiwed ii !i'*.<' wolves.  Vou locked mc up ')< r taking the  the'bread, you ���������vineiubei',* and  when r cuine out 0'*.c of my littlo  ones was death V> .'id- ���������������D������'ad.  Dcid.    Von   had imt  liim   urnier  iillO   ^louiid,   ai ui  -hi- fdiher���������  had not seen liim. Tlie neighbors  cairn* in to cjin'el my ravings, but  tiicy soon went our. ;i;,'iiin, Ha! ha!  They didn't like my look's.  jjiilcr, I fiiw t!ii.-- titth* one was  OOiiir  ���������r oft.    fie  wa:-  nod pullering  M JEN WOOD,    OCTOBER  1911.  ���������<C U N ION?. .-VLABEL  >  A l>:uc m.-.r'.: h'-re in.licalr'? Null, your Sub:-c;ript,ion Ims  hecome deeea*'ed, and t'u:\l the editor would' once more,  like  to  commune, with your collateral..  -JJtl^j'YlWVi    Xi*J  -������>*K ������H WtflMH ��������������� **  Tin:  jji-ca* i:  bind t!u  bis ov.'.i.  ,:!,",:'.   1 cliiu-1   I be   *���������"������  lii!i*]ic,\   l)n: :.;*���������'  < ii.ip be-  (!o:i;ii-:e!ii:'' Lo be boidin-  is now vi.-ible  Tjh: jHiow i-tic.  in   llu-  hill.--  ai'*:und   (liven wood.  This is the way nature .���������i<lverii.--es  that winter wiii noon b- once more  doiiJL*; bu.-i:u'K- in our mid.-.t.  |c;uw, in vhe Na'/irene was a trc-  ."'ln,in('iidi)iiH force (i Amotion that  goes on forming system after system, institution after institution;  and also a marvelous wisdom  which by and by removes (hose  systems and inslitulions and makes  wav /tu* better ones in their stead.  Dr. Frank Crane.  .   V,"k arc ;L.d  1  not goiiig   to O!  :'  pruducEio-i *jl iho  .{Jrit t-.'i    Columbia  uouh! be like  i hair.  ���������Olll'  - .M b:'--|     Ves.  !.  ,'t!i(l j Ihivin;:  l;:.k i>r������hl n-  "Mad!"  I'm    mild.     Qtiilc  mad.  l'uaring, I'avenously mad.  i J-t"il Indian, or a South  homo v. iih <i vacant | .Sea Cannibal, or a trapped rat, or  a free, tiger, or a hungry wolf���������or  a .    Curse you, don't look at  mo like that.    But���������no; no; don't  go away.    I want to  tell  you.    J  Th;-: Fair held in ('Jreenwood  last week v.;;*- :i success, in spite of  the fact that a few knockers did  nothing to help it along. It has  done a'great deal to advertise, tlie  ngriciiltuial resources of the Green-  wood district, and a-' th') yw^ roll  along it s-hcuild grow larger and  hotter in every way. Events thai  bring thc people lug.'ther in l-������'ge  hunches tend to broaden the mind,  i|uiekeu enthusiasm, and educate  tbe ma-'ses. We, Ii.ul u good .time (  last v,<vk. Let us get u,. a Winter j  Carnival, and have ���������.'.-���������other one  f'-.ii ] ���������!������������������< n,  .'{us-b.'.d Mine  .ilx'iir  .--ix   v I-  peoph-   ;j.ln>   ii-;_*  T,h<; I'd;(or to iv  I,  ���������i i  Jl.f.,1 ML-.  [>���������'������������������;!   !���������*!>! n>I'"-''*  '1"',1'1  ecM-vd pin i.'c.'.lio.'i  ,- a:,o. 'Hum the  ���������ti:,*: a:id induced  uaic l\v giving him  ] tiny will probably  want you to know.  Yes. I killed them. They were  mine. What did it matter to anyone? I killed them. I kill them  every night. I go through it all  again and 'igain, here, on this iloor,  iu this cursed padded cell. Every  night." They smile at ray now, because they know that I saved them.  They wore sw.'et childsvn all of  them. Four dear bright-faced  happy link- ungd-eyed darlings,  [intil I fell out of work. Until  |your ehiss ���������damn you���������hounded  ' .iK-down. No, no, T forgot. I'il  not shout again. Listen. I got  tlie "sack.*' I'd been thoieiweidy  years and then they put me oft'.  Twenty ycirs. I knew no i-i.'icr  work and could g'-L none. Aly  children got thin, and pule, and  mi-erahle, and ill. Once brigiit-  eved,    rosy-cheeked   bappy   little  now. He was noi being starved to  death, slowly muidered. ''He  was bet!er oft'.'' Tho kind neighbors first told me thi-i U> calm my  violence. And tlie kind neighbors  were right. He v;n-i hatter off.  Tim oihers should be better oil' too.  Ail night long J sat beside them  and kissed their cold, clammy  race-'. 1 fondled them and nursed  them, und sang to them. There  they an; down Hu.-o in a row.  Look, cumo yon, look. Vou made  nil-do it. Look. Jj-yok. On that  old sack with another old cac*k  over (hem. TJiat's their bed���������has  been for mouths. Look at them  all iu a row. All dead. All gone  to somewhere Iwtt-'i* than this. I  did it. 1 did it for Ion; of them.  I've" told you all now. If I could  reach you I'd sink'my hands into  you and tear out your hearts to  .������������������how )OU their blackness. You  and all your cla-?. Curse you.  Damn you,    You have .  The visitors did l.ot wait to hear  any more.���������Wilfred Moore.  anything could be, found if ono  ouly looked for it.  Perhaps the famous lecturer exaggerated somewhat, but it is interesting in this line to note that  Bishop Doauo of New York has  discovered biblical authority for  -opposition to one- phase of the suffragette movement.,  When the president of the Na-  tional,League for the Protection of  Purity, who had been granted permission to speak in All Saints'  cathedral, proved to be Mrs. Elizabeth Grannis, a. women instead'of  a man, instead of sending her a  polite note refusing admiesion, the  bishop quietly turned to First Coi;-  intluans, 1-1 :'M:  "Let your women keep silent in  tho churches, for it is not permitted  unto them to speak."  Of course, that was mi end to it.  But with such a precedent established there seems no ��������� good  reason why opposition to women  speaking iu churolus, at any time  5\ upon any subject, might not bo  carried ou upon the same ground.  Probably this is somewhat exaggerated view to take of this o.iso  but that those men who oppose ihe  encroachment of the. gentler sex  will take a gentler interest hereafter in holy scripture would not  be surprising.  II. W. Farmer & Co.,  U.V.A1, IvS'l'ATI-;,  Kock Creek, 33. C.  SilOKi  a   ti   n   B  Mountaineer and Kootenay 'Standard Cigars.    Mado by  J. CTHELIN & Co., NELSON.  camps   became    ".van,   miserable,  nr.'tt'i' a.'ain h't (h.-ir paper dio  for  iack   of supperc.     When  a  paper  con it'?, our leuuhuly  iii a town for  .'i, long time the bik-ine.-s :r.en grow  indifferent, nsf^n and s.-iii.-h, und | ^yjij,,-,^, .������k*-letons.  think thai- tlu- editor can live upon      -jIy (]uar wife W0I.ke(i jM.!v;,.|f to  ozone,    mixed    oeca.Monaiiy   with  biicon  and  be'.ns.    lie stands in  his own light who does not extend  ;i steady and liberal support to the  local press.    By helping your paper  you    fTcTp' yourself.    The   Ledge  could not exist if it hod to live u������on  its  local  commercial   advertising. I .)bo(1,   lhe ()1(1  rl,iy;  a sort of ragged ghost. ILi! ha!  she did look a freak. Exeuse my  laughter, but I killed her too, bless  her. Yes, I saved her as well.  She comes and kisses me eveiy  night when fm curled up in that  corner, find   wo talk,  she  and   L,  The hapny  More than half of the business men j (ky,_    The days before .1  got  the  in t;ii.- town   are  asieep when   fids J y.u,i.#    Q]r    tj,*  are wanted for the leading excite-; j,,,,j_  jnent. _,A.s if i.- we !if ve more than ��������� |-r,)U1  doubk-   ihe adveriising  outsid-' of  town liiiit v. e inne in it.    'i'iiis is a  leeoul   iiiK qualleil by   any   other  paper in the world.  p/en did times we  Ihe [)!easaiit   !:oni"-caming  i^'.-ou-  in  ivork, the j.V/oiii teii Sinn  ,\ith my- mnrry. heart^v, ii:tj>py  children ai'ound the t.vb'e. How-  she u;-ed to tell mo of ail their dear  little   funny  sayings   and   doings  Thinking Themes  All the constructive work  humni* progress hac been done lithe Will and ihe Kmotioii-.: the i:i  telk-ct is oi.ly good li.r I) -sinictiou j  work. Ti;e h.ii/'i'c'.n a*  cannot sy:iihe,-:x,', if r.i >  }ii*-ces, inil ('���������*.!,:u.r pu'.  In history you will I'm 1  .Doer- and IJuih! -i> l;> b"  large hcirl ;, vioh nt d'-. in  wills :*..*.d fc'-lin.: ;  7K'ce-sarv bu.-in -.*��������� (  during the dny. Tisen the game  of baiting the bear after to?., 'vith  myself as the bear. The romping  and latigjit-r, and fun. and n.i: --.  And then the bedtijne trip np^t'iirs  ;)).<.��������� on  each aim and one on my  Australian View  Melbourne,���������The disappearance  of the picturesque figure of Sir  Wilfrid Laurier from empire  polities is regretted by Australians,  but the victory of tlie Conservative  party is greatly appreciated. It is  hoped that the way ha'' been cleared for early reeipr* city between  Cair.-da and Anstra'j'i.. Tho Ifew  Zealand parliament, has agreed to  a resolution empowering the government in conjunction with Canada to establish four weekly mail  steamship service fiom Vancouver  to Auckland for a period of five  years. The sub'idy of IsTew  Zealand is not to exceed ^'20,000 a  year, aud tlie lime between ports  is limiti d io nineteen days.  Mr. Deal-iii in the f'deral house  has tabled a motion ol wane of confidence iti !hc government in consequence of the prcierence system  introduced by Mr. O'Malley ou behalf of the government.. It is not  expected that the ministry will bo  defe.'ilcd, and the move is regarded  as merely a tactical one in order to  arouse tbe electorate.  Word has been, received here  that tlie Pacific cable, board will  reduce to one and sixpence a word,  messages from Great Britain which  if nfcessarv may be d"kived 2-1  hours in transmission. The reform  it is expected, will come into force  about the next year.  ������������������The Ways of Wool  When Ihe pre-ent tariff law was  under discussion Represent1! Live  Ralph Cole, of Ohio, received many  letters and telegrams asking him to  see to it tbat there was a good stiff  tariff ou wool.  One man in particular in Cole's  district was mo-t insistent and persistent. He sent in some kind of  a message eveiy day, such as  "Protect the wool grower!"  ���������American wool growers must be  protected!" "Don't overlook the  claims of the wool grower!" and so  on.  Finally Cole wrote to this man  that he was for highly protected  wool aud intended to work for it  aud get 'it. and tliat it might be  just r.s well if Che ielegrams ceased.  Cole heard nothing for three  weeks. Theu he got a letter from  the man who had been pestering  him. It read: "As regard the  tariff on wool, ace on your own discretion. I have sold all my sheep."  liagg'iige ��������� transferred to  any part" of* the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General .praying of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  ���������.������ ^ 3 &��������� & & JR Jfi #��������� J* & ."* ^ ."^ & J* &  Loaves Mul her Lode  9,30 a.  m.  6:30 p.  ra.  Leaves Greenwood'  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.   m.  v, Saturday  last    stride    leaves  V) Mother Lode C p. nf.    Keturning-,  % leaves Greenwood 10 p. in.  V> .          LOVVER.Y'S CLAIM  Din-mi,'llioi'7 months tlm I Lowery'H  Claim was ou earlh it did business all  over the world. It v/jis tlu: most  unique-, independent, find feariccs journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological (memieapiu'KUf.d it with  the venom of ;i rattlesnake, until the  :><H'f.niment .shut it out of the mail-,,  'ami its editor oea.sad to publibh il,  p'wtly on acenmit of a'Inay liver nml  partly beciuso it takes a pile, of money  to run n paper thai is outlawed, there,  are. still ���������>;���������> different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10cents  and get ono or J-2 "ill and get tho bunch.  R. T. LOWKRY,  ttreenwood, 13. C.  3 . &&   y���������  ,es-  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  OO.  A Martyr to Modesty  The (juonlion about tbe rudeness  ofthe nude has leceived a tragic  answer from Kent, England. A  hop-picker, returning from a swim,  e.-picd some young women near his  clothes. Fearing to shock them by  emerging iu that state with which  nature endowed him,**ho plunged  back into the w'lter and was  drowned. What a lesson for  prudes who teach men to be  ashamed of their own bodies!  ,|i   [,){     J know about  them, tb*;i:gli  ib*  mc  . , *���������>��������� !on<j  ,. niie tlu* v:y  ri,v< down i '>'''" I''*'1  Mi  ll-ii  t.].. I remenio ���������!���������    t;u-in       O.'*!     yes.  ..,i<! know of 11."in, and 1 want  you  ,,f! kn.r.v oi' th  who did if.  to tIii- place now em-ip fo see that  creature-'u'c well done bv.  ii.    Il wa������ your e!<r->  Vou an- suing vi'.it'llJ,  and removing debris am! f'ib.ehood  ju'ni out grown institutums im.\> been  don'* iu the main by great brains.  The critic** of au orgJiiuV/ition svre.  alw,'*-ys more intellectual than the  makers of it.  Bo_ these two forces balance the  fine the other. Always Feeling is  ere.Hliiig something; always thought  i-j judging, criticizing the' thing  made. Feeling is absurd* as a.  judge: intellect is impotent as a  creatcr,  It is thc Love of God that made  the world; it is the Wisdom of  (inil that judges the world. .Sig-  j'j'ii'M'ftiy- Jesus is called by the  A //rile, "the Power of God and  i'.'.<: V/lndori'i of God."    Ib is bo-  Weil, iiear some wisdom from the  lips of a madman. Why don't  you tee that we are well done by  before we get here, and then there'd  be fewer patients to visit,    Damn  you; you are boo intent upon .  Wo, no, I forgot. I'll nob rave  again, hut me tell 3'ott all, now I  have started. When I lost my  job I lost everything. Work,food,  lire, light, love, joy, smiles, comfort, everything that wa-s good to  have, My furniture v/ent, my  clothes, my dear wife's rings. Jfer  wedding ring. Her wi-iodinc; ring.  All went. When I cuuio home  from failure to got work my children did nob run to ment mo with  merry shouts and laughter.    They  Between Erie And Hank  Xo greater im-mlb was ever offered to God than to say tliat His  highe.-t work ���������man���������made in his  ikeness���������is so base at he.:rb as to  merit, only damnation. Did you  ever ask yourself the question if in  all nature there is any other anim-  itc or inanimate thing wliich is not  lilling the divine purpose? If this  be so, then how can man be otherwise? Isn't it jir-t pos.-ible that in  o'tr oh'ise after the unnatural thing*-  of life, we have diii'oi-d away fiom  the re'llitie.- of Life and are in the  dark -o far as our associations with  the Divin*- should be?  The man who quarrels, is apesf-  ih'ufiil wag'. The man who holds ;i  grudge is considered narrow, small  and insufficiently baked. And yet  we arc told that long, long ."go a  man and a women disobeyed God,  and God banished the man and the  woman and damned poaperity.  And ever since then man has held  a quarrel with God and God has  looked with vengeance upon man.  J t is all so strange--so man-made���������  so crude and cruel!���������Summerland  Review.  Live npou thc sunny side of  life, and keep away from the  groticher, who knows nothing but  hard luck stories.  1 Don't Be HOODWINKED  U   WE NEVER.CHANGE  liRANDS  mmmm  (iii   ARE A I QUALITY   I Tie BRILLAWTES  Are tlie Best Clear Ilavanasln Canada  M.ulis by Union Labor in (lie best Ify-  m L'ii'-uic Factory in the comilry. Cn.U for  hi iliiin anil f.'t;t value fur your money in-  CJ -stead ol ropj '  '$   WII.QERG-& WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  m Factory, New vVcstminster, 11. C.  gfZ> rjE"������a*S3iss saass ������jsr.ar������2.  Zissr  The Greenwood Dairy  |  Mil ^  UU������ V3t KMBTKSOUKnkA K 3MM&LT.  fj  'IIH: MiLlM  and <Li\HiAivi n   . .    fi!  ���������n  Griienwood' Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  *& *\1 C fS *J5 ������4 *5 *>Z ki *Z -^ *B *2 ^ *t *< -S5  ti/* d7* is* t������* Ht* tiT* '.^* \, J V������* It* ��������������������������������������������� If* If ** tt'0 vs* t-*' vs*  'Frank Flotclicr  ruovrsoiAL Land Suicvuyok,  ���������     Nelson, B. O,  J. '11. CAMERON  Leading Tailor of tho Kootenays.  "KA.SLO,     B.   C  HAVE YOUR PHOTO IhltW   BY���������:   J. H��������� JAMES of Greenwood. \  oi  NELSON, B. C. .  WHOI,EvSAIvE   '  dealers in  Produce   ahd  Peovisiohs  &fU-'  Float is not a periodical.  -  It is a book containing SG  illustrations, all told, and '  '  ia iillcd with' sketches and ,.  stories of western life. 'It , "  tells how a gambler cashed  in. after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained inn  .New  Denver   long   after  Noah was dead ; ,how a  parson took a   drink   at  '���������Dear Lake in early days:'-  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in-'93;   how  the-     *  "saloon man outpruyed the    ��������� ��������� ,  woinon in Kalamazoo, and   , ���������   '  .   graphically    depicts--..the  roamings   of   a   western'  editor among the tender-  feet iu tho cent belt.    It  '     ^  containfirtho early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it aro   printed  three  western poems, and dozens of articles too nujner-  ous 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  Ro T.' Lowery:  ,    GREENWOOD, B. O.  x if.aa Si^f.tx-^ t> snare ta&t-Mn-nw/ *xxxtx  mi  I   m  f-y -9el olffi  Imn  mil a  "E  n  Corner Sm-yllie and Beattie Sfs, VANCOUVER, B. C  Agents-for STIRT0N- & DYER Cigars  Tlie Best Value of any Cigar made in Canada .  Brands:    SALOME.    SAVANNAH.    SMART SET.  CARIBOO.     UTOPIA.  rnrrj������-R*otu  WW JH W.MI������mhJIM KVMM P"  ,f^s^^^^^s^mis^^^^^^^^Mss^^s^s2ss,. ssmssfs^i  A TRIAL SOLICITED  W. JENKS,    -     Prop, j  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the 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 ofthe liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are tho largest in the mountains and  a pleasure  to  drummers  with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  ts35Z!������>g������Z535Sgigg������Z2Ei  S*SSSS*2fJS3f^E^5S!SS3S^'*^2S'SSS)  ���������^Srr^-i-ftV*.1  Hard on the S. A.  Tho following article which ia  taken from the Spokesman Jicview  is not only hard on women suil'rage,  but in a severe knock to the Salvation Army:  Tbe late Itobert Iiigormoll once  declared that biblical authority for  il    i  fs-'i ',"*--"-��������� '-&.-//��������� :"'������%y  ?/"-, -----  fou Want  Yoof Clothes  -   Now ?  Mot two or three week's ,%  hence,  but  now-        lj  right aw(jy_?  Rv,fj then do you ^���������j^^-'Z''- ";)>,  wont to  sec what -���������.-...-,.^-..;'..:-..v-.--  Lhe-jiooii iike before you bi:-j rhom ?  Then come in and we wil? show ijou our  'Fall and V/inter styles in "Fit-rite" tailored clothes. You cart see just what the  pattern of thc cloth youi select looks" liifc  as a suit, and you .can -assure yourself;that, it is  a sritisfacL'onj fit before leaving tho store.  The. .sprjcialj-ied-  tailoring. ."'Fit-rifce,"  -developed in its highest form, guarantees ijcu a well-  made suit of cloths:1., perfect in fit/and made accoiding  to the newest style ideas.  Killu-r cnJi it li.o nloro oi-send v.3 ti :o',t rnrd (micinif your nnnto nnd i:<U  drew, nnd wo'll nice ;/ou ucopy of 'fu; VFitrito .'.(lylti gmiicutt." cantthiir.it  ilia Intucl nuwa ofiauiJon tcjiduncior, for tliu eominii lull und Winter.  Tie British- Colombia Copper Co;, Ltd  Alotlier Lode Aline, Greenwood, B. C.  it  m 9*ff. ���������f'/lC  '   *        f.  THE   LEDGE, "GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA1.  ���������yyg) "af ���������������������������gy^ffl ���������<*f-*iyj-**M'Wja,jp.v,>ragfi^i^,g'rrnac^  gWHTa yg*rejr������ngM-%*^^ ���������**,������-���������,������ Tmrg,''g?a  gariJsai������ag5iaBaaiffi'������iCTgt^^  WESTERN -- HOTELS;  THK   KOO'l'KNAY    SALOON  Sandon, B. 0., has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed yi any mountain town ol the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti. '"'",  NBAVMAltlCKT   HOT JUT.  Is the homo for all lonnsta and  millionaires visiting Now Denver, British Columbia.  Henry Stage. I'vppr.  l'.KlUiKYll.tjK   1I0TJKI.." ������        J  Ui-lilasullu, H. C. I'l-ovldc-. oxciilleiil  iirconiiiiixUlirin lor loiui'.lClinrl traveller-. i*"*io-.Ii i3i;is> ii.net Uuttor. Sjieciiil  Irish U liKkcy always nn Imnd.  THOMAS   "WAI.&IJ,   I'l-oprii'liH*.  s  HOTEL GA5TLEGAR, Casllrirar J unction. All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists'and  drummers. Boundary train leaves  here at 9 10 iL.ni.  W. H.  CAGE, Proprietor  large tnrec-  THTC   l>JtO\rXX0IJ:   nOTTSIj,  Grand Forks, is a  story, brick hotel that provides  the'public with good" meals anil  pleasant rooms. A new bnildiiiff  but thc sarno'old rates.  KmII I.iir,.oiii"I*>"Oi>rl������l������r,  /  &jaem*K**au0*  THK  KASLO    1IOTKI.  Kaslo, D. C��������� is a comfortable  borne for ali, who travel to tbat  city.  Coclcli) A J'lipw-oi'lii.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling-in  connection. Tasty meals aud  pleasant rooms.  ,     11, GOODISSON.Pioprictor.  SHRKI5KOOKK   JCOIJSI*'  ' Nelson; 13 C. One minute's wall;  rrom C. P. U station. Cuisine  unexcelled ; Well heated and ventilated,  v I'.oj-i'i- Urns., Piiiprltilju1  TKKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. 0., is run on the American and Ruropc.in plan. Steam  heated ronma. All while labor.  Special attention paid to dining-  room.  liiiimoinu A; C'liiupboll, I'ropq,  LAICICVJICW   HOTKIj  ", , in Kelson, B. C, employs  white help and is a homo for  world at ������1.00 a day.  Xii]>. jVfallottc, J'roprii'tov  all  tho  GRAND UNION HOTEL  Hedley, B. C. American plan  and moderate lales. HMrst-clas-s  mineral display from all sections  and will exchange lor specimens  , from any part of "the woi Id, Tie-  liable information will be (riven  investors and working men.  ANTON-WINKLEB, Propiletor.  ��������� 4WWWrf>W������UM MAW),..  -BC  REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING    1  BUY A FRUIT & VEGETABLE FAR!  HOW DOES THIS SUIT YOU ?  10 Acres all planted in Fruit Trees.  Trees 4 years old. ~5  Irrigation system,    Well with Windmill Pump,.     Splendid  'Celery garden.    Good stable.     1 mile from'school, y2 mile  from railroad town.  OR' THIS ?     / ',        ' . _ 2s  0'/2 acres planted with best varieties of trees 4 years -~3  old, beautifully situated on the batiks of the Kettle river. ~3  Would 'make 'splendid summer resort.      Good   6-roomed ~3  house, stables, barns, well, etc. , ��������� > i2  For further particulars apply to-  ���������svs wnuwn mtj  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, 13. C. is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and cvcrylliirifr'first class  K1RKPATR1CK & MALONE, Proprlclors.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Keremeos, li. C. This first class  family hotel U opposite the G.N.  depot and under the personal  supervision of the proprietress.  ��������� All slaves leave tins hotel daily,  including' the auto to Penticton.  Mrs. A. F. KIHBY.  See me for the Finest Suburban  in  When Port Mann is a good,townsite proposition  Westminster will be a large city. ,  ' ���������  John   jVlG^eiiarr \  Proprietor.  SSESHS  This large and roomy hotel is situated in  one of the best" and most progressive young  cities of the great west, The Leland is built  of brick and contains 75 rooms. This  house is up/tevdate in everything.. Every  room has a 'phone and hot and cold water,  Many of the rooms have a bath, and the  management aims to please ali patrons,  Remember the Leland when you turn your  attention to Kamloops, Touch thc wire if  you want apartments reserved,  B, TOMKINS  lanager  73ZWE3SSSS&&8S&1  J^Kttn^'Mt*A*caeaMrwiUi i TUKtxsiai  IS3  '   ESTAUI.ISIIKD lfli      .  Capital, ail paid up, $14,400,000.   Rest, $12,000,000.  UNi>lVM������HI>   J'ROI'ITS,    MS!l(il,7������!'.lL.  "'Hon. President: Lord Stuathcoka and "Mount Royal, C. C. JI. G.  Picsident: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Manager: StR E. S. Cr.ousTON, Bart.  Brandies inLondon,'EngM6Y^  Buy aud Sell Sterling Exchange and Cahle Transfers.'    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world. J  Copper Handbook, Vol, X  Vol. X, the tenth annual edition  of tlie Copper Hiindbook, is just  received. ���������Tho new issue- of this  work, wliich is considered a standard milliorit.y on the subject of  copper and copper mines for the  entire globe, has .1.902 octavo  pages','containing nearly 1,500,000  wonlp, and, in addition to the miscellaneous chapters, lists and de-  sciibes 8,130'copper mines and  copper mining companies, in all  parts of the world, this being the  largest number of titles ever-listed  by any work ou mining. The description range from two or three  lines, in the case of dead companies,  wherein reference is made to detailed descriptions in past volumes  at the period of their activity, up  to twenty-one pages iu the case of  the Anaconda mine, which yields,  one-eighth of all the copper in the  world.  The miscellaneous chapters of  the book, twenty-four in number,  treat the subject of copper from all  possible view points, there being  chapters on the history, chemistry,  mineralogy, metallurgy, brands  aud grades, alloys'and substitutes  for copper, with a copious glossary,  and a chapter of statistics epdiug  the book that' contains "40 odd  tables, thoroughly covering copper  production, consumption, movement, prices, dividends, etc. The  Copper Handbook is sold on the  unique plan adopted nine 'years  ago, the publisher sending tho book  by mail, prepaid, to any address  ordered, without advance payment  of any sort, and subject to return  after a week's inspection. Tlie  price is-S5 in a strong green buckram binding with silk headband  and gilt top, or S7.50 in full library Morocco. Anyone interested  in Copper, as a producer, consumer  or investor in shares, would do  well to write the author and publisher, Mr. Horaco J. Stevens,  Houghton, Michigan, ordering a  copy of the now Copper Handbook  pent prepaid, subject to approval.  Certificate of Iiiipioveincnt Notice  (6o days) $7.5o  Application to Pmchase Land Notices (6o days) J7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (go  days) $10.00  Water Notices (small) .' ������7.50  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; aud S cents a line for cacli subsequent insertion.  523-524, Pacific Block, Vancouver, Bo C,  *  OPPOSITE    POSTOFFICK  WATER  NOTICE  Wo, the Keltlo Valley Ii:iif.-iied Fruit Lands  Co., Tad., with registered ollices a.' Vancouver,  B. Cirire notice tliat Dullic*.Oilid.-iY o^No". ember, Wil, we Intond to applv lo Hie Water Commissioner ut Ills ollice lu Kairvlew, II, C, for a  .license to Like and use Incuty-live cubic feet of  water per second from Co'ukle creek. Tlie  water to be taken from tlie stream at tlie mouth  of Sullivan creek, and to be uscJ on Lots 3G50,  333S, 164s, 231 and sub lots 23 and 23 forMrri-  iralioti ]iiii]io<.cs. The location of rescr\oir  site is to be at Fish lake.  Kettle Vallisy Tnijratcd Fruit Lands Co���������-Ltd.  H. AV. Fanner, agent.  LIQUOR ACT,  Sec, 42  1910  NOTICE is hereby (riven Hint, on tbe first  day or I)ocunib?r next,application will be made  to 'hcFiipcnuleudcnt of l'io\incial Police for  tcuewal ot the hotel license to soil liquor by ic-  ta.il in the hotel known as tho Riverside Hotel,  situate at Rock Creek, iu the Piovuice of nill-  isli Columbia.  Dated this Uth day of October, 1911.     "  S. T. LARSEN,  Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  Sec. 42  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first  day of December next, application will be made  to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for  ieiieu-.i1 of the hotel license lo sell liquor by retail in tlie hotel known as the Spokane Hotel,  situate at Midway, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this I2tli day of October, l'JU.  L. E. SALTER.  Applicant.  g������E������S  " Unequalled for Domestic Use.  LIQUOR    ACT,  .Sec. 42.  tfUO.  - NOTICE is lifci-eliy given that, on tlie first thy  of December next, application will be made- to  tho Supci'iiitL'iuleiitof Provincial Police for renewal nf tlie hotel licence to'soll liquor by retail  in the holel known as the Union Hotel, situate  lit F.liolt, in tin* Province of Briti-h Columbia.  Date t this (itli day of October, 1011. .  JOHN JlcKELLAJt.        |  Applicant.  LIQUOTt   ACT,  See. 12.  1010.  NOTICE i3 hereby given that, on the first dny  of December noxt, application -will be'made to  tins Superintendent of L'rovint-i.il Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Algomn Hotel,  sltiiuLeat Dcndwood, in the Province ot British  Columbia.  . Dated this nth day October, 1!)H.  JA1LES HE3TDEHSOX.  Applicant.  T.IOUOK   ACT,  Sec, 12.  l'.llt).  NOTrUK h lii'i-eby given Hint, on the first day  of December nuxt,"ii|i|iIicntion will bu made lo  tins Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell lirpior by retail iu the lintel known a-i Crowell's Hotel, ^it-  niiteal. Midway, In the Province of Uritiali Columbia.  Dated this nth day of October, 11)11.  SA31UJSL A. CB0WELL.  Applicant.  SAVINGS BANK' DEPARTMENT  IlltOlORl. AHllWfll   111  Current Hate*.  Greenwood Branch  O. B. Winter, Mgr.  S33S2S'*Kffi5*'a2  TEMPERANCE  ������5<SS���������������@S> SfS^^t'SSS-* ������������"i  is nil right if shorn of humbngijery.  Too much w.-iUt drinkiii*-,' i-; just  as injurious as too much liquor or  unything tlbc.  OUR "PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abuixfl. lively  hott: oliold sliould liave n uioilorate  supj-ly .or pure vines or liquor.", in  the closet for unieiyoncy���������uithor  unexiicclcd visitors or Midden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in lime may forestall all necessity  tor drills.  | 6re������nwocd- Dam ^piaparjy^.liiipoiicrs, -Srecwwooj!, B.- 0.-g  ���������R-a.������ s������oe^-s^esoa������*i,,������*SQ'3osoQ������������ffl8������*si^'������s������  M-. ���������!;���������--. ���������������������������..      .,.-..::���������.������������������     .>������������������-.  Chlorine  .,,,,,.'.   Sulphuric Acid,,......  Silica .'.  Wine   Alkalies as Soda    Magnesia ..���������..-.   I/ithiti' .,,'.,,,  Su) pburclted Hydrogen  14  ���������363.43  74.29  84.57  .5-9 r  232.00  .86  32.00  ������0������'3S������3*S8KSXr^^������-30  e  I  ���������������  -8:  $  Has' recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water iu baths, 124. degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon'will ���������cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism aud uietnlic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints, 'flic rates  are $2 11 day up; or $12 weekly  tip, Postoflice, express and telegraph oflices in connection.  nj-wiui ���������Mwrc ������jw***i ��������� ttiaiMx ���������>  KMH-ftitti MW> Pi'oprf-ttor,  S5i������lcyo������,.B/���������.  ���������9  8-  r  Modern Cannibalism  "Tlio poor man, who ilcfoi-ms  himself by toil, who labors for  wife ami child, through all bis  anxious, barren, wasted life, who  goes to tho grave without ever  having one luxury, has beon tlie  food of others; ho has been devoured by his fellow men. The  poor woman, living in the bare and  lonely room, cheerless and fireles-s,  sewing night and day to keep  starvation from her child, is slowly  being devoured by her fellow men.  When I take into consideration the  ayouy of civilized life; tlie" failures,  the poverty, tho anxiety, the tears,  the withered hopes, the bitter  mvlitii'K, tho hunger, crime, tlio  humiliation, tlio shame���������I am al  iiio-^t forced to say thnt cannibal ism  lifter all, is the most merciful Turin  in wliich man has over lived upon  his fellowinen."���������Robert G  KOll.  r.iQunn  act, idki.  Sec. 12.  NOT [OK is lieri'liy given tlmt. on tin; first, ilny  of Di'ceinlicr niixt, application vill ln> lniule to  the Sniieiiiifeiuleiit of I'lovincial roliec for  ronuu'iil of the hotel licouec to ^ell liqiioi- hv ru-  tuil In the hotel known ns the iMichvny Hotel  sitiisito lit Itidivny, in tlm l'rovince ol Jlrithh  Colnmbi:-..  Dattd th!-, nth d.iy of Octolier, 11)11.  BERTHA C. TIIOMRT,  Appliennt.  J.lOUOIt   APT  Sec. 1-'.  I'JIO.  JCOTICE i--l licrcliy jriveu that, on the lirst dny  of Pcecmlier next, apiilicntioiMvill ho made to  Hie Supei-iiiteniloiit of I'rovineinl Police for  rfiir.w.tl of the hotel lieonco to s.jll liquor hy re-  tall in the hotol known ns the Vontlumu llotel,  Mtuato nt Anacondii, in tlie l'rovince of IliitNh  Columliin.  Dated this (Itli (lay of October, lint.  FHAXK JiELU  Appliennt  Ingor-  NEW ADVBRXIvSING SCALE.  The newspapers, in Greenwood, Phoenix anil Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor   Licence  (30 days)'..................... ..������4.00.  /  LIOUOK   ACT,  See. 12.  1910.  XOTIUIi If licrcliy rIvcii that, on the tir������t day  of Ppcemlicr next, application will lie made (o  tin; Siiperiiileni'ent of I'rovineinl I'olico for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by*;-  l.'iil i'i tin* li'.tcl known us the Xoi'thirn lintel,  situate nt Kholt, In the l'rovince of. Urltt^li Col-  ninhiii,  Untcil this ilth ility of October, lau.  JOHN' SULLIVAN.  Appliennt.  NOTJCI5  To  Philip I). Stanhope, of Siinilkanieen Division  of Yale District, Rancher.  TAKG NOTICE Hint the Kettle Valley  Kailw.iy Coiupaio" require1, from you for Hie  pmposes of its railway all your estate and interest in the land lieicinaiter, described and  will t.ike, undei thc piovision.s'of the Kaihvay  Act. *���������  AU and Singular that L������rtaiii parcel or tract  of land .situate, lylnir and beiufr in Loi 2576  foime lv Oso\oos now Siiui'kameeu Division  of Yale nistiicl, In the 1'ioviucu of Urilish  Columbia, and siiuate. lyiiif.' and beinjr within  a distance of fifty (50;-fect()ii both sides ol the  Ceiineline ,>f the Kettle Valiev Railw.iv fiom  Station lS-IT-ai to Station 1000-4V.5 acc-irdinir to  a map or plan of the Kettle Valley Railway as  located, wiid map or plan beiutr sanctioned by  the Board of Railway Commissioners tor Canada, a copy ot which in deposited with the  Eciristr.tr of Deeds at Kamloops: 13. C. said  centre line.said Railway throujrli said lot 2576  may be more partieulaflv described as follows:  Commencing at a pouit bcinfr the point of intersection of the Southern bouudarv of Lot 2576  with the centre line of the said Kettle Valley  Railwav sard point beiuir at a distance of 1232  feet niqje or less from the Southwest corner of  said Lot 2576 measured Easterly aloujr said  Southern boundary from said Southwest corner  said Lot 2576. and said point of intersection being also Station lStf-sO on 2' curve to ri'-'lit extend ir.jr from Station, II. C 1S3G--1S to Station E.  C. 1853*3 Centre line of said Railway. Tlience  on a 2' curve to riirht (whose chord bears N. 9  33'\V. astro*! a distance of six hundred and  thirty-nine (63'J) feet to Station E. C. 1353-US,  lUenceoti tangent bearini; N. 3* II'W. astro a  distance of fortv-six hundred and fifty-two and  five tenths feet, more or less lo intersection with  the Northern lloiuularv said Lot, said point of  intersection beinir Station r'00-47.5 on tangent  extendiiitr from Station E. C. 1853-95 lo Station  B. C. i937.95.9, and situate Westerly measured  along said Northern boundary said Lot a distance of 1851 feet more or less from the North -  east corner of LoJ 2576.  The parcel or tract of laud hereinabove described from above described centre line of said  Railway shall b; taken' to include all the  wedges or ti iaugles lying within Lot 2576 nfile  bv leason of the Southern boundary Lot 2576  not being radial to, and the Northern boundary  Lot 2576 not being afrit,lit angles to the centre  line said Railway at said respective points of  intersection, Tlie said wedges or triangles so  forn.ed shall be included by producing, parallel  to said Centre tine the Uouudaries of said parcel which aie parallel to'saltl Centre line, to intersection n-iili the said Southern and North  bouuda.ies of said Lot as shown on attached  plan. Said described parcel or tract of laud  containim; 12.15 acres, more or less as sliewn  colored red on attached plan.  AND TAKE NOTICE that the power in  tended to bo exercised by the said Railway  Compaiiv with egard to tho land above described is the taking of the said land in fee  simple for the purposes of constructing the  said Railway and works thereon and operating  tlie same.  AND KURTUER TAKE NOTICE that the  said the Kettle Valley Railway Company are  re.idvand willing au,I hereby offer to pay the  suinVif Seven hundred Dollars as compensation  for the land above described and for any damages caused by the exercise of their powers  thereon.  FRED KILLINGS.  Solicitor for the Kettle Valley  Railway Company.  Dated at Vernon, li. C. this 7lh day of September, Wil.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  nelson, B. &.  VV. (J. VVKLLS.JI-iopriotor.  First-class in everything."  Steam heat,   electric   light,  private  batrjs.".   Telephone  in .every room.   First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  Opposite Postoffice, NELSON,'', B. C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  TENDEHS WANTED  Sealed lenders for purchase of the James  Kiu-liev saw-mill plant Ac (no lumber) at  llridesville. 15. C. will be received by the tiniier-  siumM at I'.ridosvillc, IS. C. Test Odic- iiulil  IweUi* (.'clocU-, unou.oii Friday, the twentieth  1l.1v of October I'd I,  The hii/liest. or any tender, not uecessarily  nccepted.  J. R. MARTIN,  Asst. Timber Inspector.  With a view to-the better preservation  of the Public Highways the-attention of  the public is herewith directed to the  provisions oi" THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT AMENDMENT ACT-which enacts as follows:���������  "It shall be unlawful for any person to  cause to be drawn or driven on any of  the public highways of that portion of  tlie Province of British Columbia situate  east of the Cascade range of Mountains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess ~f that mentioned in  Schedule 'A' hereunto annexed.  SCHEDULE A.  Wagons and 4 wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a load iu excess of the following:���������    ���������  On tires under 3 inches 2,000 lbs.  On tires 3 inches in width and under 4  inches. 3,000 lbs.  On tires 4 inches in width and under 5  inches 6,000 lbs.  On  tires 5 inches in width and over   6,000 lbs. and over.  AND -NOTICE is hereby given that  the Act in every respect must be strictly-  complied with. -  Any person guilty of an offence against  this Act shall upon summary conviction  thereof before a Justice of the Peace be  liable to a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars.    Do not draw logs or timber over highway. Vehicles meeting ought to turn to  the left. A vehicle overtaken ought to  turn to the left. A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to the right.  W. G. McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, April 6th, 1911.  PHOENIX.     *  The Nearest, Hotel to the Granby  Mines. Plenty of rooms, and one  of the largest Dining Rooms in the  ������%-    A. 0. JOHNSON, Prop.  Insurance Agent  ������������������'IKIO,   LIFK AMD ACCIDENT  Fidelity Bonds, Plate Glass,"  Commissioner    for \Taking-  Affidavits  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  "PHOE-isrix,   b. a.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City.    Everything neat, clean  and comfortable.     Steam heat and  electric light.   Meals and drink's at  ,   , all hours.  R,  V.  CHISHOLM, Proprietor.  : DANNY DEANE, Manager.  at  d' ���������kK^V/O'-v,  "-*. ^-*.      .i\������:'���������   '_���������- v-j; -..,  i  ���������PTJHLIC IXOTIIRIES ACT"  WATKK   NOTICB  I, Ji'iiii I''. I'mom of Ciirml, I'rovimi; nf  IlrltMli Columbia. Karitiur, irlve notice that on  tlio Mh il.iyof N'inctiil>cr, 1**11, I iiile.nl to np|i >���������  to tlio Wilier CummUsloiiui. at Fain lew, I:. C,  fora liceiico to tnke ami umu foiircuMc feet of  water per second from the West Fork of the Kettle Kiver iu Siiullkamcen Division of Vale District. The wilier is to be taken from the West  l'*ork of Kellte Kiver nhoiit one-tlilnl ol 11 mile  auovo the Carmi br'ulirc and Is to be used upon  part (-5 acresl of Lot -360 and part of the surface  of tlie"IIartfbrd" and ' Tamarack Frae" mineral claims Lots 1253s and part of sub Lot 3 con-  talnliiL,' in tlicaiorreiratc about four hundred  acres, for lrrit<tttiou purposes.  J,F. FERKOUX  "Witness  C. J. LeifK.Ut, ilarrister of Law, Greenwood,  I). C.  Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Baily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD OFFICE  I. I. MATTHEWS' CIGAR STORE  jSMeeMagiaBs******-^^  gH,  M.   LAING,   PROPRIETORS  HW^ . '-v������*  puncic moil ways  I'kovi.vci: of liKirisii Coi-vmiiia  NOTICK l.s hereby kIvc.u Hint all Public ltl(,'h-  wavs In iinorK'iiuizpd District?, anil all Main  Triiuk lloails-ln organized Districts are sixty,  six feet wide, and have a width of thirty-three  feet ou each side of the mean straliflu centre  line of the travelled mail.  THOMAS TAYLOR.  - Minister of Public Works.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, U. C, July 7th, 1911.  HIS HONOUR the* Licutenant-noveriioriii  Council hns been pl^aspd lo apuoint the Honourable Albert Edward Mcl'liilllp"!. K.C., Presi  dent of th.. Executive Council; the Honourable  Price Ellison, Minister of Finance; Charles  llenrv T.iiL'riu. of the Citv of Victoria. Esquire;  and William Harold Malkiu. of the City of Vancouver, I.>(|nirp, to be Commissioners under the  "Public Intiiiiriefi Act," for the purpose of en-  qnirinir into and reportiitp: upon the operation  of the "Assessment Act, 1903," with respect to  its practical bearings ou the financial requirements of the Province.  The said Commissioners \yill hold their tueet-  inirs on the dates and at the placet mentioned  hereunder, namely:���������  Victoria at the Executive Council Chamber.  Parliament Tlnilitiiirr. Mondav and Tuesday,  2=itli and 2Cth September at 10 a. m. At the  Court-house or the Government Office at the  followiiiL,' places:���������  Naiiaimo. "Wednesday and Thursday,2"th and  2-Jtli September.  Vancouver. Friday and Saturday, 29th and  30tli Kenton ber.  Xew Westminister. Mondav. 2nd October.  Revel-t'.ke. Wednesday. 4th October.  CoUlcii. Thursdav. SlhOctober.  Cranbrook. Saturday. 7th October,  Fernie. Mondav. 9th October.  Xi'lson. Wednesday, 11th October.  Iiosslaiid. Tluirsd-iy, 12th October.  f'.iaud Forks, Friil.iv, l.llli October.  Princeton. Saturday, 14tli October.  Merrill, Monday. Kith October.  Kamloops. Ti'i"ilay. 17th Hctober.  Suniuii'rlaiiil, Thursday. l"tli October.  Penticton, Priilav, it'tli October.  Kelowna. Sntiirilav. 21st October.  Vernon, Monday, llnl October.  Ills requested that all persons who are interested in the matter aforesaid, and who desire  lo be heard, will not fail to be present at the  meetings of tlio Conimiisimniis.  PRICE ELLISON',  Chairman.  .'I'reasur-,- Departmrnt,  13tIi'Septcuiber, 1911.  HE RUSSELL HOTEL  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial iustitnfcinns ofthe city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  ASI'I'TINO of * ho Coiinly Ootirt of Vnlo will  be hidden a I. the lydiirflloii'ni, Oi-emiwood,  on  Tuii.tilay  Urn 24l.li ('lay or Octoer, wil, nt  cloven o'clock lu the forenoon.  Uy orilni',  W. O. McMYNN,  IiPKist.mr 0. 0. of Y .  The Windsor Motel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood ami 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 ami  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  Tlie Windsor Hotdl Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  BULL CREEK HOTEL  Oue ot thc oldest stopping places on the West  Fork. Good accommodation and plenty to eat.  Fish and game dinners  iu season. Rooms reserved bv telegraph.  GORMAN WEST  Prop.  E  OKANOGAN FALLS  LAND REGISTRY ACT,  IX THE MATTER of fin Application for  duplicate certificate of Title No. 10-tOSa to parts  of Lotf. 2. 3, 4., Block 10, Hap 21, Greenwood.  XOTICE Is hereby clveti that it is my Intent  ion at the expiration of one month from the  (lute of the firm publication hereof to issue  duplicate certllicate of Title tn. said lands to  Grnclette Ctijaubc. unless In the meantime I  native valid objections in writing*.  W, II. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land Kctrlslry Ollice, Kn in loops. IJ. C.  September 7th. lull.  LAND. REGISTRY ACT.  IN THE MATTER.of air Application for  duplicate Certificate of Title No. lSSIila to Lot  352, Group 1, O'.oyoo.H Division of Yale District.  NOT'CK Is licrcliy driven that it is my in-  ti'iitiou at the expiration of one month from  dale of the lirst pulilicatlnii hereof to Issue  Duplleiiir Certifii'.'ifi' of Tille to Henry Nicholson, James iliulillcaii and Il:irrlti|>tnii Price,  unless in the meantime t .-iliall receive valid  objections thereto In wrltlui;.  W. II. EDMONDS,  District Ketflslrar.  Land Keirlstrv Ollice, Kamloops, li, C.  September 19lli, 1911.  This hotel is situated in one  of thc most delightful sections of the Okanogan and  provides ample and pleasant  accommodation forthe tourist, sportsman and farmer.  Information about the district '.cheerfully.- furnished.  Stage line to Oroville, and  steamer on the lake.  ARN0TT & HINE -  -     Proprietors  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, I). C.  .'���������The' Really Best House  iu tbe Bouudary.  Rcceully Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Datc.  ��������� Restaurant in connection  y*l  o     -       l'  ROY &BOYRR  PROPS. ������-W5*MH  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA".  -MnUUBHSHB  SALE OF CROWN-GRANTED MINERAL CLAIMS FOR DELINO.UENT TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  I HI0R13I3Y GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 6th day of November, A. D. 1911, at the hour of two o'clock  in ihe afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Rossland,' I shall offer for sale, at public auction, the Crown-  Granted Mineral Claims, hereinafter set out, of the peisons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes  unpaid by said persons, on the 30th day of June, 1911, and for costs and expenses, including-the cost of advertising  said sale, if the total amount clue is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED:���������GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWNER  Kerby, Forbes M   Enterprise & Anchor Mines Ltd   K'oseuliaupl, Sidney   Koseiihanpt, Sidney   Edintitid T. Wickwire    Humphrey, J. M. & Desrosiers, J. B..Caulfield, J. J., Parker, F. H., Leyeaux, J.  it Livennore, C. J   Pat oi i, J. N. & Kerby, F. M & Thomas, a'.'r.  Wood, Robert    Greden, John N   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   Hallett, I. H   Stuart, A., Kerby. F. M., McMynn, W. G. j  it Lye, Henry   j  Kerby, Forbes M   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Wickwire, II. P '     Wood, Robert    Skylark Development Co., Ltd   Diamond, William & Spankie, Dr. J. E   Johnson, S. M., Haas, J. C. & McCarreti, L.  Enterprise and Anchor Mines, Ltd   Greenwood Eureka Mining Co., Ltd , N.P.L  Fremont Mining Co., Ltd     Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Golconda .Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   NAME OF CLAIM  Ajax    Anchor..  Arcadia..  Astoria ..  Barbara  Barrow ,  Big Monte  ...  Bonnie Belle  Boston    Bruce    Bull Dog    Bullion   1,0'r so.  Buna Vista Fraction  Cleveland   Clipper Fraction     Dark Horse   Denver    Diamond Fraction   ...  Emerald    Enterprise    Eureka Fraction    Fremont    Golconda Fraction ...  Gold Bed   Jubilee   Keestowc,  Laocoon     Last Chance     Maple Leaf Fraction  Mavis      Monte Bravo    Monte Reco    Montrose Fraction  ...  Haas, J. C, Thomas, A. R., Paton, J. N., )  as Admistrators of thc Estate of W. B. <���������  Paton & Kerby, F, M )  Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Spokane Boundary Mining Co   Groves, Francis W   Wickwire, Edmund T   Paton, J. N.,'Kerby, F. M. & Thomas, A, R  Estate W. B. Paton, Kerby, F.M ,Thomas,)  A, K j"  Kerby, Forbes M   Shallenberger, H. H. & Parsons, I. M IMoreen Fraction  Kosenhaupt, Sidney  Morning Star   "Wickwire. H. P.  /Mountain View..  Cosgriff, C. & Mclntyre, M Mullen    Wickwire, H. P  Nightingale      Mclntyre, Murdoch    No. 4   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M /North End  Wickwire, E. T. & Er win, Jas. T   Greden,  J.  N., Johnson, S. M., Naden, G. )  R. cc P.. A. Development Co., Ltd )  Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   Bcuerman,   S.,   Gullcy,  F.  M.  &   Frank, {  Joseph Adam    )  Skylark Development Co., Ltd   Wickwire, Edmund T   Crane, George T   Deadwood Gold-Copper Mining Co   Groves, Francis W   Collins, C. N. & Nelson, J. W   Phoenix Water Supply Company, Ltd   Golconda Mines, Ltd,, N.P.L   Golconda Mines, Ltd , N.P.L   Optic.  Owl   Pride of Perth Fraction.  Silent Friends     Skylark   Springdale    St. Genevieve   St. Lawrence   Surprise No. 3      Texas      Timer Fraction   Wild Rose Fraction    York'Fraction      2367  1021  3135  3134  817  1290  1239  880  2854  913  3258  865  1553  2150  1102  597  764  2289  1263  1022  453s  1217  2149  1388  919  1240  2147  753  2040  2877  1241  1242  2654  1709  2570  1100  1850  1101  1843  1291  966  2395  1253  1433  763  2787  1397  1253  1776  2067  1705  1387  2148  taxes  COSTS  $13 00  13 00  5 no  12 75  7 25  8 00  10 75  13 00  13 00  13 00  , 8 00  10 so  5 75  10 00  2 50  9 00  5 00  4 25  8 25  3 25  7 00  11 75  11 50  10 SO  9 25  7 75  13 00  11 75  8 75  9 75  12 50  8 75  12 00  12 25  12 75  7 50  13 00  8 00  13 00  9 50  8 SO  9 50  4 75  13 00  8 00  11 50  13 00  8 75  8 00  13 00  2 50  4 00  11 25  ToTAT.  ?2 00  2 00  2 00"  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  1 Oo  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 CO  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  sis oo  15 00  7 50  14 75  9 25  10 00  12 75  15 00,  15 00  15 00  10 00  12 50  7 75  12 00  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICT  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing to the retention of the following names on the register of voters for the Greenwood  Electoral District ou the grounds stated below.  AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to be held on the 6th  day of November, 1911, at the Court House, at Greenwood, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, I shall here and determine the said objections, if any, and unless such  named persons, or some other provincial voter on their behalf, satisfies me  that such objections are not well founded, I shall strike such names off said  register.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 9th day of October, 1911.  JAMES BIRNIE, Registrar of Voters.  The following persons are reported absent from the district.  NO.  NAME  4  11  7  0  SO  00  00  25  10 25  25  00  13 75  13 SO  12 SO  11 25  9 75  IS 00  13 7S  10 75  11 75  14 50  10 75  "14 00  14 25  14 75  9 50  15 00  10 00  IS 00  11 50  10 50  11 50  6 75  15 00  10 00  13 SO  ���������15 00  10 75  10 00  15 00  4 50  6 00  13 25  Dated at Rossland, B. C, this 3rd day of October, 1911.  J. E. HOOSON,  Acting Collector, Rossland Assessment District.  ..     5  14  38  47  52  118  150  157  174  178  192  245  -266  275  284  295  309  324  355  367  369  381  393  418  451  483  497  510  573  575  532  544  557  572  618  621  626  676  567  9  209  224  233  251  261  415  57  162  241 '  254  296  639  195  384  Alting, Henry George      Bailey, Edgar   Black, John ,  Boomer, Linwood   Braithwaite, Athol E   Cunningham, George   Elsmore, Harold     "Swing, Alexander Robert Bruce  Fraser, Wellesley   Fuller, John     Granberg, Fritz       Hook, Arthur Harry      Jewell, William   Johnson,Iver   Julsrud, John Olson      King, John James      Laws, Charles William    Lilja, Alexander     Manchester, David    Maynard, George   Medill, Harry C r.   Morey, Percy '.   McAllister, John Edgar   McGillis, Duncan A   McLeod, Roderick      Olson, Lars E   Perry, Robert   Praeger, Edward Wolfe   Proctor, William Frederick   Rainbow, Henry T   Rochon, Joseph John   Sanders, Robert J   Shrapnel, John Henry      Spicer, Philip Oakley   Walkinshaw, Henry Albert G   Ward, George   Watson, Walter G   Staley, Thomas   Smith, Francis Wallis     Anderson, Swan    ,  Ha'mbly, Richard Henry    ,  Hartnett, Jack    Heppenstall, William   Hutikko, Joseph       Jeffrey, Fred   McDonald, Murdo      Bretzin, Henry    Firkins, Walter H. C   Hoar, Fred    Inglis, George Ross   King, John Leonard     Wickwire, Edmund T   Green, George     Morris, Rupert Lewis   PLACE  Greenwood  Eholt  Greenwood  Eholt  Greenwood -  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Boundary Falls  Mother Lode Mine  Anaconda  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  .  Greenwood  Mother Lode Mine  Midway  Mother Lode Mine  Greenwood  Eholt  Anaconda  Jewel Mine  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Eholt  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood-  Greenwood  Greenwood  Denoro  Greenwood  Greenwood  Jewel Mine"  Greenwood  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Greenwood  Myncaster  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Midway  Midway  *)8O69������e������a9&������e6eo0������eee������oe������!  Get your Razors Honed  and your Baths at  Fraw ley's  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  .  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY SJACE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m. Archie Gillis.  /f  WIG *fl/f. Greenwood Miners  ��������� F. 1VI. Union. No. 22, W.  ��������� A . WAe p. m., meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.     ���������<*-  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mine  Friday evenings at ,7.  BERT de WIELE, Secty  J  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  ^  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  OFFICE at FRED B. HOLMES'  J. McDONELL, Proprietor  MANUFACTURING JEWELER,  The Only Up-to-Date Optical (Ll [7 I   CAJU   O *T  Department in the Interior, fl fcLsOl!li\ O.U.  |-   BOUNDARY MINES    |  fei*'-**-*''-3?'^^  Tlie annual report of the Granby j  will appear in a few days.  The B. C. Copper Co., are prospecting the Greyhound with a  diamond drill.  The Granby has exported and  may take over the Maple Bay  mines, near Stewart.  James Drum has struck a fine  lead of high-grade ore on tho Gold  Pick. This property lies across  the Creek from the Elkhorn.  During the past week the Argo  tunnel has been crowded with  visitors. The showing on this  property is steadily improving.  The Granby is working 300 men  at their Hidden Creek mine in the  north, and getting ready to build a  smelter at Goose Bay. They will  probably resume in Phoenix next  month.  The   British   Columbia   Copper  Co. ma}' acquire more mining interests in the Orient district, aside  from  the Napoleon.    There is no  better company for a camp than  the B.   C.  Copper.    Its staff does  business   open   above-board,   and  when they take hold of a new property it is most generally  speedily  made producer, and a paying one.  ���������Orient Journal.  -S  B, C, MINING NEWS  George Aldous and Nels Larsen  are opening up a gold property  upon Roche river.  W. C. Fry is prospecting for  gold and platinum at the forks of  the rivers at Princeton. Years  ago he mado  $90,000 in Cariboo.  The International Coal & Coke  Co., Ld., of Coleman, Alta., shows  net profits in its report for 1910 of  6300,097.   The total amount of its  ^^^^^^^^^  s$**k*mmm\Nmmw\m\^  No anxiety on  payroll for that year was #367,974;  average number of men employed,  524.  Charles Camsell, who spent the  early part of the summer in the  Similkameen, further investigating  the diamond occurrences at Olivine Mountain, near Tulameen, and  has since taken in the Steamboat  mountain section, will occupy the  fall with exploration work in the  Lilloeet district.  At the "Wilcox mine, near Ymir,  B. C, a plan of development work  has been outlined which will  occupy a period of two years and  will be carried out under the supervision of Arthur Lakes, Jr., of  Denver. Money has been secured  for a complete development of the  mine and no attempt will be made  to ship ore until the work outlined  is completed, except that taken out  during development.  Knew His Business  ed, in moderate quantity, and but  two meals a Hay.  Second���������Breath   good   air   day  and night.  Third���������Exercise   freely   in   the  open air.  Fourth���������Retire   early and   rise  early.  Fifth���������Wear flannels next to  your skin every day in the year,  and so dispose of your dress that  your limbs shall be kept warm.  Bathe frequently.  Sixth���������Live in the sunshine.  Let your bedroom be one which  receives a flood of light and spend  your days either out in the sunlight or' in a room that is well  lighted.  Seventh���������Cultivate a cheerful  temperament. Seek the society of  jolly people. Absolutely refuse to  worry, and above all don't be  afraid to laugh. Live above.  Sickness cannot crawl up there.  Disease prowls about in the basement, rarely does it get "upstairs."  ���������Dr. F. G. Butler, in Chicago  Journal.  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  Sec. 49  NOTICE is hereby ffivoii tliat, ou tlie 1st (lav  ol December next, application will be mado to  tbe Superlnteutlent of Provincial Police for tlie  transfer of the licence for the sale of liquor by  retail in nnd upon the premises kncwii as the  Northern Hotel, situated at Kliolt, British Columbia, from John Sullivan, to Norman *Ci:se of  British Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October, 1911.  JOHN SULLIVAN, Holder of Licence.  NORMAN LUSE, Applicant for Transfer.  ������  I?. B.HRNS & CQ)  ii  The Great Road  Insures lighi, sweei,I  I wholesome    fooa .1  A^N^c^^m^>^ A purefream of Tartar I  IWMIffiMi Powder I  Susie," said the handsome  plumber, laying down his tools,  which he had taken up by mistake,  "Susie, I love yer!"  "Get along now, do," sniggered  the coy kitchen maid. "You're  joking!"  "No, I ain't," said the man of  pipes and screws. "I mean it,  straight."  "Well, why don't you choose a  time for love-making when I'm not  too busy?" answered the basement  Venus, with a pout. Can't'yousee  I'm washing up?"  '���������All right, Susie; don't get cross.  Look here, if I spins out this job  so that it lasts till tomorrow afternoon, will you promise to get your  work out of the way out ofthe way  so that we can chat things over  like?"  "Tomorrow afternoon, indeed!"  snapped Susie. "You ain't in a  hurray. I must say. What's the  matter with tonight?"  "Tonight, in my own time!" retorted the plumber scornfully. "I  don't think!"  More Deer  Seven Rules of Life  Live upstairs if you wish to be  in good health. "Up how many  flights? Only one fight of seven  steps.    I will describe them:  First step--Eat wheat,oats, corn,  fruits, beef, mutton, plainly cook-  With a view to further enriching  the splendid game resources of  British Columbia and to widening  the field for sport for the large  numbers of well known hunters of  big game coming to this province  every year, the provincial government has undertaken the stocking  of Queen Charlotte Islands with  deer. Already several fine specimens have been placed on the  Islands and more will be captured  and conveyed there.  "The climate on Queen Charlotte  Islands is eminently suitable for  deer and wejsee no reason.why  these Islands should not be made  one of the finest game preserves in  the  province,"   said   Mr.   Bryan  Williams, provincial game warden.  "We hope by turning out about  18 or 20 head on the Islands to  provide a sufficient number to allow  of hunters spending a very profitable season there.   A year ago several head of Cariboo were found on  Queen Charlotte Islands, altogether  different from  the species  to be  found other parts of British Columbia and although several expeditions have been sent there no traces  of any cariboo has been obtained  since then.   The specimens secured  on the island have been presented  to tho museum."  Not for years has the Canadian  Pacific Railway had so many miles  of new track under construction as  they have this year.    New lines  are being built practically all over  Western Canada, and hundreds of  gangs of track builders are at work  in    the   variaus   provinces.    The  C.P.R's net work of new lines is  rapidly extending into new districts  and as fast as they are built they  are being opened for traffic.   Since  the middle of June five or six new  services  have   been   inaugurated,  and it is stated that there is several  other lines which will be carrying  regular trains before the end of  November.   These new lines are  among the greatest inducements to  new settlers to open  up new dis  tricts,  as when the  services are  established   they have  transportation  facilities   for  getting   their  produce to the markets.   For the  incoming settler of next year it is  stated that the C.P.R. will rush to  completion nearly 400 miles of new  lines, in Alberta and Saskatchewan.  These  lines   include    that  from  Moose Jaw southwest,   35 miles;  Kerrobert   northeast,    25 'miles;  Weyburn    branch   extension,   21  miles; Estevau branch,  55 miles;  Swift Current southeast, 45 miles;  Swift Current northwest, 35 miles:  Wilkie northwest, 32 miles; Wilkie  southeast,    31    miles;    iCininvie  branch extension, 37 miles; Bassano  to Kininvie Jet., 36 miles, and the  Kipp branch extension, 27 miles.  Dealers in Fresh' and Salt Meats, Fish,  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all tlie  towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  A COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD H  FAMOUS  BY FANNIE M. LOTHROP  FANNIE  M,   LOTHROP  Wolo by CcMfwd, NCO ������M9~i  HE DID NOT ADVERTISE.  Breathes there a man with soul so dead,  Who never to himself has said:  "My trade of late is getting bad,  I'll try another ten-inch ad!"  If there be, go mark him well.  For him no bank account shall swell,  No angels watch the golden stair,  To welcome home the millionaire.  The man who never asks for trade,  By local line, or add displayed,  Care3 more for rest than worldly gain,  And patronage but gives him pain.  Tread lightly, friends; let no rude sound  Disturb his solitude profound,  Here let him lie in calm repose,  Unsought except by men he owes,  Aud when he dies, go plant him deep  That nothing may disturb his sleep,  Where no rude clamor may dispel  That quiet that he loved so well.  And that the world may know its loss  Place on a stone a wreath of moss,  And on a stone above "Here lies  A fossil, who did not advertise."  The Author of Our ������Famous People" Series  "We take pleasure in announcing to our readers that with this Issue wo  begin a series of remarkable, illustrated, biographic sketches of famous  people���������men   and  women  who  are   making  tho  history  of   the   times..  This series is by Fannie M. Lothrop, the well-known author and the ables't*  writer in this line in America to-day.  For several years she has been a writer  and critic on the leading publications of New York and Philadelphia.  For this work Mrs. Lothrop has a double fitness; from the literary aide  her knowledge of the great people of thc day and her original way of putting  things, and from the artistic side, her close acquaintance with the world's  famous people flts her pre-eminently to select the best possible views of her  subjects. To her belongs the distinctive honor of possessing the largest collection of portraits in the world, now numbering over 400,000���������a treasury of  portraiture unapproached by that of any museum or library In existence.  The time, patience, concentration of purpose, industry and systematic atten-  1 tion to detail expended in.arranging such a collection Is remarkable.  "Mrs. Lothrop," says a famous critic, "has unusual ability in presenting  the vital elements of a man's character so cleverly, so deftly, and subordinating dates and.details, that from her pen we get in a few lines living biographies that show the real man, his qualities and his life, more effectively  than in whole pages by other writers.  Some artists can give more in a thumbnail sketch than others can present in a panoramic painting."'  .       Mrs. Lothrop passed her girlhood years in Wisconsin, her native State  Her father, I. F. Mack, a New England gentleman of that class we fondly  term   the old school," was a lawyer, educator and thinker of rare Dower*  and singular clearness of mind.   He founded the public schools of Rochester  N. y��������� and was Identified with all local movements during his residence thero'  removing thence to Wisconsin, where he became prominent and wealthy by  reason of his legal talent.   Mrs. Lothrop's mother is a cousin of John Pler-  pont, tho American poet, who was tho grandfather of J, Piorpont Morgan  .For two years Mrs. Lothrop was a student of Oberlin, College, standing  highest In her class, and a graduate of the Normal College of Chicago where  her musical genius early attracted attention. She is brilliant In conversation  and well informed on all topics of tha day, though not a "new woman" In  any sense of tho word. In the library of her home In New York ailed with  the best works of tho best thinkers, she does all her literary work.  Kutorad uccordluj to Act of tlu rurl jamouk of Canada, lu the yoar 1904, ujr W. C. Afitt, at tlio Uopartuionl of Xgrloultuta.  :>!j  4  "IT  1.1  i  I?  ������ fe  1  '  ��������� I  ll  *������  'it*  'llT>  'W  IP


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