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 ���������,*-j<V-*  r^  -</{  Vi: '  III  I'  I  I  Uo>  a^  Uw  atr\,  THE OLDEST'��������� MINING CAMP  NEWSPAPER,, IN  BRITISH  .COLUMBIA  Volv" XX.  GREENWOOD, B. C, -THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2,   1913.  ''ft*  THE" WOMAN THOU GAVES%iME>J/  THE INSIDE OF THE\GUP*~  ���������by WinBton Churchill   \ -Zr     ������o  L WHITE  JUST RECEIVED  NEW LINE OF NEW GOODS  ^S^i^?5^3^i^?^?5S^^^?^i&>?^  Around Home  ,    by Hall Caine  /RON TRAIL  JOHA/  ������-  COLE'S  Boots, Stationery, iodab, Wallpaper, Etc,  Heating Stove and Ranges,  Cooking Utensils, Fire Arms  and Ammunition,   Nails and  Builders Supplies, Horse, Sweat  '       i i* i  Pads, Harness Sundries.  0, A. RENDELL  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.  DR. JAEGER'S  PURE   WOOL   GOODS  Sweaters, Caps, Shirt Waists and Underwear.   A NEW SHIPMENT OF   BELL'S SHOES in high buttoned, patent with cloth top,  PUMPS AND CUSHION SOLES,  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  FLOOR COVERINGS.  We are headquarters for printed and  inlaid Linoleums, Oilcloths and  Mattings,  ALWAYS OPEN  for  ORDERS  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery. Greenwood  4  Carpets in the square or piece;  robes,  See A.  New goods arriving all the time,  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,  B.  C.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  ALLOW US TO SHOW YOU  - . the many perfectly charming; jew-  . ��������� elry novelties that .we have "gathered. Our present display is a  splendid one, and even more extensive in style and character than  our best previous efforts.  RINGS.     WATCHES.     NECKLACES,  MJESB BAGS AND  SILVERWARE  were never shown in such variety  and so reasonably priced. We  guarantee them all.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  DRESSMAKING  K  ^tes  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  a Specialty.  J  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O, LL.D, D.C.L* PresUa������t  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  OflBtrat Manacwr AiiUtant General Manager  MISS DREVER  Rooms in Miller Blk  store.  over Drug  WANTS. Etc  Wanted���������Position by sawyer  in small mill. Would be willing  to scale during winter or would  do repairs. Apply A.B.C Ledge  office.  For Sale���������80 head of hogs,  all sizes and prices roasonable.  Apply John Walker, Rock Creek,  B.C.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  TRAYELLERS, CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himielf with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every  country in the world in denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying and easUy negotiated. 8.8  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H, MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  200 shares in the Boundary  Mining & Exploration Co., at  30 cts. each. Apply D. Hamilton, Rock Creek, B.C.  For Sale. ��������� A large quantity  of Shingles. Charles Kinney,  blacksmith and wagon maker,  Greenwood.  J. C. Dale was in the city this  week.  C A, Batiks went to New York  yesterday.  The Provincial buildings are  being kalsomined.  Get your fall rye for seed at  Brown's Ferry, Wash.  R. N. Adams'and Harry Bidder are visiting" Spokane.  English Style Bacon, 23c per  lb. at Brown's Ferry, Wash.  Several Rock Creek couples  will be wedded before Christmas.  Luck consists of nine parts hard  work and the balance good, common sense.  Mr. and Mrs/ Miller have returned from a four months visit  to Austria.  St. Jude's Guild will hold their  annual Bazaar on Wednesday,  Nov. 12th.  Mrs. McDonald, of Cascade,  died in the hospital on Tuesday,  aged 53 years.  Mrs, Boomer will receive on  the first Wednesday of each  month as usual.  Dr. MacLean is at the coast  having been called there by the  illness of his brother.  For horse blankets,  sweat pads and harness.  L. White 2nd hand man.  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid  are preparing to hold a Bazaar  on the 11th of December.  George Hambly .and Jim Mc-  Gillvray have gone to Beaverdell  to work at the Sally Mine.  Mrs. Wm, Barnett and son Leo  left on Monday for Duncan, B.C.  where they will reside in future.  -' Mrs. E. F. Smj^h ..will-not .re-,  ceive on Monday the-' 6th, but  again the first Monday in November as usual.  ^he Methodist church will  hold their Bazaar in the Star  Theatre on the afternoon and  evening of the 15th Oct.  A forest fire up Kerr Creek last  Saturday burned over more than  a hundred acres, before the fire  fighters and rain put it out.  . Danny Deane has returned from  Vanvouver, and reports that- the  soup kitchens are already being  opened beside the sad sea waves.  Mr. and Mrs. C. IS,. Shaw, of  this city, will celebrate the silver  anniversary of their wedding at  Arlington lake on Thursday Oct.  2nd.  Why is a baby like a sheaf of  wheat? Because it is first cradled, and then thrashed and finally becomes the flower of the  family.  J. J. Walker, graduate optician  of Nelson, will be in town during  the days of the Fair. Those  with defective vision should call  upon him.  Billy Miller  No.  12  While, coming   from  Midwa  the other- morning ' Charles Ru  sell stopped his auto < and chased  a coyote up a hill.    He struck  the animal but could not persuade  it to come down the hill.  Mr. Sportsman it pays you to  buy the best gun you can get.  You can't afford a cheap one; see  those high grade L.C. Smith 16  and 20 gauge shot guns, Savage  and Winchester rifles at Walter  ,G. Kennedy's,  Mrs, James Fleming and three  daughters, Mrs. Shaw and daughter and Lome Coleman left on  Tuesday for Arlington lake near  Carmi to attend the 25th anniversary of the .wedding of Mr.  and Mrs. Shaw.  The Windsor Hotel is being  thoroughly cleaned and overhauled from, top to bottom and  rooms will be kalsoinined after  the Fair. When completed the  Windsor will be thoroughly up-  to-date and sanitary in every respect,  Geo. Campbell, aged 25 years,  was killed at Carmi last Friday  while working on the K.V. Ry,  bridge. He was braking on a  work car, slipped and fell under  the wheels and although his  chest was crushed he was conscious for 20 hours before death  relieved his suffering. The unfortunate young man had just recently arrived from Prince Edward Island. Acting Coronor Dr.  MacLean made an investigation  but found it not necessary to hold  an inquest..  A  party .of   five   comprising  Messrs. Grainger, Purden, Black-  stock, Grieves, Williams and Parker journeyed to Wilson's" ranch  at Boundary Falls last Sunday to  spend the day shooting such wild  animals as grouse, gophers, rabbits, etc.    These brave men with  their guns-managed tojiit' 2rgo"p-'  pers and 4 grouse without being  attacked by the ferocious game.  It looked dangerous at one time  when they managed   to   raise a  flock of grouse, one of the party  stood bravely behind the gun but  the others thinking that   discretion was the better part of valor,  ran to the tall timbers not knowing whether they were being attacked by the scared grouse or  hit by the shot of the brave individual with the gun,  Old Timers Banquet  The Pioneers of the Boundary  District held ' their 14th   Annual  Banquet at Rock Creek last Thursday.   The weather man fell into  the spirit of the gathering for the  day and evening was bright and  clear, thus giving all an opportunity* to enjoy the beautiful  drive  through the fertile valleys of  the  district.    The   first  part  of   the  afternoon was spent in getting acquainted with one another a large  number of whom were "young timers."  but were interested in  the  many stories of the pioneer days as  told by the "old timers."   Shortly  after six o'clock a business meeting  was held when the following officers were elected for the ensuing  year.  President, E. Spraggett, Grand  Forks; Vice;Pres., Major Nicholson, Rock Creek, Robt. Wilson,  Greenwood, P. McCallum, Grand  Forks,  D.    McBride, Bridesville-  Fair Notes  . The Honorable Price- Ellison,'  Minister-'of -Agriculture-and Finance, will open the Greenwood  Fall Fair.  Sec, A. Roberts, Midway; Treas.,  J. R. Jackson, Midway.  Seventeen new' members were  added namely: A. Averill, T.  Towned, Wm. Fleming, Ed.  Styles, Norman Morrison, Wm.  Frawley, W. H. Craig. Wm. Ed.  McArthur, C. G. Russell, Ed.  Hatton, H. McGraw, L. A. Smith,  A. Lander, Joe Christensen, Wm.  McDonnell, W. Wartmatf, E.  Gauthier,  After the business meeting was  over all repaired to the Riverside  Hall, which had been gaily decorated with flags, bunting and evergreens for the occasion by Mine  Host'Larsen.    The well-laden tab  '���������'trvi-'-r  given  les of dainty delicacies - was  For Sale.���������A No. 7 Remington typewriter, two colored ribbon, in first-class condition. No  reasonable offers refused. Apply  F. W. McLaine, Greenwood, B.C.  Bank of Montreal  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,   .002,814.0*  Hon. President: "lord Strathcona and Mount Royai,, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B; Angus, Esq.  Vice-President nnd General Manager: H. V. Mkrbdith, Esq.  Branches in London, Eng. {AVWoJISiSu} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Tnwellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT n���������������r?t������Ltnt  GreenwoodlBranch; - O. B. Winter, Mgr.  BOOMS   TO   *GET  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.  Nails and builder supplies. A.  L. White house furnishers.  Rex Montana Hard Wheat  Flour $1.55 per 49 lb sack at  Brown's, Ferry, Wash.  STARKEY&CO  NELSON, B.C.  MINING  BROKERS  Prospects bought and -sold  -jumped out of an  auto last Friday, stubbed his toe  and fell, breaking his left shoulder blade. He will be out of the  hospital next week.  A record trip was made to Carmi last Friday whenDr. MacLean  journeyed to that place by auto  Z% hours a distance of 68 miles  according to the spedometer.  Harry Moore who was injured  near Midway, by being thrown  from his horse, is not progressing  very rapidly, and it will be several weeks before he can leave  the hospital.  Greenwood men obtained several prizes at the shooting events  in Grand Forks last week. Several sportsmen from that city  will attend the trap shooting in  Greenwood next week.  On on after Friday a new class  of pictures will be shown at the  Opera House and which will give  better satisfaction to* the many  patrons. The new pictures will  come direct from Vancouver and  this film exchange is in a position to supply a better selection  of programme. The specialty is'  features, the best the world produces, oue of which will be given  each week.  BIRTHS  In Anaconda on September 28,  to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin,  a son.  Iu Anaconda on September 30,  to Mr. and Mrs. Nicoll, a daughter.  At Bergen, B.C; on Sunday,  Sept. 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Victor  Favrin, a son.  CARMI  G. Campbell, a bridgeman, was  thrown from a car of timbers, the  car passing over his right shoulder  crushing him internally. He was  rushed to the hospital but the  shock proved fatal. He passed  away Saturday at 10 a.m.  Mr. Dorn, one of our prominent  engineers, has gone to Grand Forks  to be married. The citizens of  Carmi extend their heartiest congratulations to the "Newly Weds".  Joe and Frank Farris have completed their tie contract for the  K.V.R. Co,  Mr. Wolff has gone to the Summit to run down the bear and cariboo. Small game does not interest  Mr. Wolff.  undivided attention and the menn  showed that the "Old-Timers"  know how to entertain. Immediately after dinner a program was  carried out with President Spraggett in the chair. Bush's orchestra  gave some very fine selections after  which "The King" was responded  to in the usual way. J. Lynch  then gave a song. C. B. Winter  sang that good old country song  "Doch and Dorrich" and for an  encore "The Tenderfoot." Mr.  Kerr recited Burns Saturday  Night and Mr. Mullen, of Phoenix, sang "0 Promise Me."  The toast of the "Old-Timers"  was responded to by J. East who  spoke of the conditions of the  pioneers in the old days. He met  the president of the association 27  years ago. The president was the  original locator of Grand Prairie  now Grand Forks. He could tell  stories which would make the  young timers sit up nights reading  them.  After Auld Lang Syne was sung  the hall was cleared and dancing  indulged in until the "wee sma  hours."  The next place of meeting will  be in Phoenix.  ltwould-facilitate much for intending exhibitors' to ���������' make their  entries as soon as possible. Blanks  can always be secured from the  secretary or manager at the' office  opposite the post office.  Great interest is being manifested  in the rock drilling contest, a new  and larger block of granite has  been obtained and a new tug-of-war  running is being made of heavy  planking.  The citizens are requested to decorate their places of business and,  give the city,a gala appearance as  much as possible during the days  of the fair.  The Boundary Womens' Institute have appointed the following  ladies to assist in the Fall Fair  work:���������The board of directors are  to act as general committee. The  special committee is as follows;���������  fancy work Mrs. Myers; Mrs. L. A.  Smith, Mrs. E. Foyle Smith and  Miss M. Frawley.   ���������  Bread,  Preserves and Candy���������'���������  Mrs. D. Mcintosh, Mrs. A. Rendell  Mrs. J. L. Coles, Mrs. Alex. Creig.  Fine Arts and Children���������Mrs. C.  McArthur, Mrs. Boomer, Mrs.  Cummins. '  Floral���������Mrs. A. L. White, Mrs.  G. W. Pond, Mrs. Geo. P. Marshall, Mother Lode, Mrs.* Lundy,  Midway.  . Miss Margaret Frawley will act  as' supervisor ' in' general for the   '  association.  Citizens of Greenwood and residents of the vicinity should consider themselves as a part of (we  may say celebration) of all annual  Fall Fairs. The past two have  advertised the city and district  more than anything else, and the  attendance will grow from year to '  year, increasing business, social  intercourse and general welfare of  the Boundary country.  The Greenwood Poultry and Pet  Stock Association have donated a  rnagaxficient Silver Gup..'- -Aspecial  prize pa'rticularswill be announced  later.  WESTERN FLOAT.  Messrs. Powers & Bubar  started,their saw mill.  have  Beaverdell City reports the Sally  mine running full blast.  Mr. Windsor, of Cranbrook, B.  C, was registered at the Brunswick Tuesday and Wednesday.  The Bachelors club will give a  smoker Friday evening at the now  K. P. Hall.  Otto Hanson, of Greenwood,  was a caller in our city Sunday.  Chas. Martin was a visitor Friday and Saturday. Charlie reports great doings in tho mines on  Wallace mountain.  Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson have  left for their fruit ranch.  AT THE CHORCHES  The Rev. A. M. Lloyd will  preach at the school house, Ingram Mountain, oh Sunday next,  at 3 p.m.  Church services at Rock Creek  on Sunday next. Matins at  10:30 a.m., followed by Holy  Eucharist and sermon.  Rev. A. T. Bell will preach in  the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School  immediately after the service.  Service in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday, Oct. 7th,  will be held in the evening at  7.30 o'clock. Sunday School and  Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev. J.  R, Munro Pastor.  Soad for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, mado by  tho Kootenay Monumontal Works,  Nelson, B. 0.  Fresh eggs were 60 cents a dozen  in Kaslo last week.  John Lyne has opened a blacksmith shop in Quesnel.  In Oroville, E. Longhead has a  mild attack of small-pox.  F. Shaw has opened a clothes  cleaning shop in Princeton.  The Penticton Fair will take  place upon October 10 and 11.  Nine cars of ice were recently  shipped from Mirror Lake to Nelson.  E. E. Chipman has returned  from the east and settled down in  Kaslo. ,    '  In the Slocan trails are being  built up Wilson and Mosquito  creeks.  At Creston last week Angus  Currie wad injured in a runaway  accident.  Scotty Amos lost part of a hand  by the accidental discharge of a  gun at Fairview.  Pal ma Angrignon, of New Denver, has bought his winter supply  of hay in Spokane.  The city of Duncan has sold  $10,000 worth of debentures to a  Glasgow firm for 88.  Tom Blench has thrown his contract for carrying the moil to  Fraser Lake as he could not mako  it pay.  There is little demand now for  Canadian gold coins' although  some editors are still taking them  for subscriptions.,  Dell Hart has sold the Triune  group of claims near Oroville to  Pennsylvania capitalists. The  Triune was located more than 25  years ago. '  James McLaughlin died in Vernon last week. He was an old-  timer haying come west in 1849.  Like many other generous old-  timers he died broke.  Coalmont has taken on fresh  life and interest with the purchase  of the Vancouver men and tho announcement is made that the development work will be prosecuted  with more vigor than formerly and  along lines better calculated to  produce results. It is said that the *  townsite of Coalmont is included  in the deal along with the coal  properties. That in fact is the  worst feature of the situation, for  mining companies should be mining companies pure and simple,  and where they begin dabbling in  townsiting they almost invariably  invito failure by doing fool things  from the mining point of view in  order to boost tho townsite. ���������Hed-  loy Gazette.  rf  -'������  "5**--,  N,  "i*������nairT*rt*r*tM  i"***j,**jfM  H Tjjwww-rfci^.,.^ ,v^t.  r-^L1    -��������� -t ��������� "A**-* *Ajh?i to -ydlHf-tffci-���������*-i-Hr-f ���������* -*���������-*>  Kr.-.--t?if3E3i.ij:i,t: ���������Minn w iintmranmiiiniti  THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:.  LEDGE  THE  is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  thc earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  iu advance.  R.  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, OCTOBER 2, 1913.  A blue mark'here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to  commune with your collateral.  A New York man deserted his  bride becauso sho could not make  pio. She was lucky to get rid of  him, ho would be asking for angol  cake next.  A committee has been appointed  to look into the affairs of the  Kingston penitentiary. The inmates would appreciate an opportunity to look out.  The selection of a ruler for Albania may have been postponed  until the peace-maker decide  whether there is enough of it left  to warrant an appointment.  Cur-uprise, is a strenons and  nervous pastime. For further particulars apply to Sir Thomas Lip-  ton and the contestants for ' the  Minto and Mann cups.  TriE Canadian Produce Association plans to provide consumers  with tho finest eggs in the world.  With tho co-operation of the hens,  the desired oblect is quite feasible.  seek to make raonotary gain by  advising peculiar systems of diet.  Neither class can offer trustworthy  advice.    In   most of  tho   recommendations of those self-established  'experts' there is hardly a shadow  of reason, though they may seem  plausible.   One of their methods  of reasoning is to use isolated and  often unrelated facts of science as  evidence that their peculiar system  is   of   valne.     They   completely  ignore statements in current historical    and   scientific  literature  which  could  negative their contentions.    Much of the supposed  scientific advice now being sold for  a price is really littlo more than  folklore.    A   great many   of   the  statements which are used as arguments have been  traced   by   the  government specialists and found  to come from works on diet written so long ago as to be no longer  considered of value except to tho  student of tho history   of   diets.  The truth of the matter is,  however," adds the statement, "that's  man's chances of health are best  God's own,'as sacred.  Thero is a great truth behind all  these gropings. It is that the  spirit of man craves something  that will make it glow.  What we ask of you, poet, is to  give us this. , Wo care nothing  about your'"word-juggling. Give  us the luminous'word.  What the child asks of the  teacher is thisj'not facts and precepts, but that something that  'shall make the young mind burn.  What we ask of the preacher  and prophet is not instruction; we  know a deal now more than we  can practise- but to make bur souls  "burn within us by the way.''  What we ask of the novelist is  not a clever plot nor parfect literature, but tho torch, tho electric  shock.  The soul that glows not does not  live; it vegetates, as a cabbage. It  is an apple with no flavor, a dinner of chemical -compounds without savour, a drab rose, an odorless lily, bread without butter,  potatoes without ��������� salt, an unlit  candle.  Thero" has been much said of  Love, bul the real reason why we  mako so much of it is that it  makes life shine. It puts a halo  on a common face, it makes  drudgery divine, it touches poverty  with a fairy wand and makes it  alive and rich.  In a word, love has that thing  for which all human creation is  hungry and thirsty���������glory.  If I were a good fairy I should  ask no greater gift than to havo  some flower juice, as Puck had, to  squeeze on mortal eyes, so that the  common things of earth would  gleam like things of heaven.���������Dr.  Frank Crane.  + The Greenwood Grocery +  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  I have purchased the GREENWOOD GROCERY  and solicit trade from old and new customers.  I will pay all bills and collect all  amounts, due  the former proprietor.  Li. JLu  *  ***������f������f������f������f'4'������|������**f������f������f ���������*������ ���������^���������^^���������^������������������f*^ $.������$������������������������������  NiCWMAKKKT   HOTJEI.  . Is the home for all' tourists and  millionaires visiting* New Denver, British Columbia.'  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor.  THE   PROVINCE   HOTEL  - Grand Forks, B.C., is iu the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  with every accommodation at  reasonable rates.  Kmll Liu-son, Proprietor,  GRAND   FORKS   GARAGE  GRAND    FORKS,     B. C.  (  is now open for business and is in charge of an Expert  -  Mechanic.    All repairs and adjustments quickly attended to.    Complete Ifno of  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  carried in stock.    Best grade of Gasoline, Lubricating  Oils,  and  Greases always on hand.    Sole agents for  Republic Tires.    Tires pumped up free of charge.  GRAND    FORKS    GARAGE    CO.,    LTD.  THE. KASLO   HOTKI,  Kaslo, B. C���������   is a comfortable  ���������     home for ali who travel to that  city.       ���������     .  Cockle * Pnpwortn.  Nelson, B.C.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every , room. First-class  bar and barber shop...  'Bus meets all trains.  ARLINGTON HOTEL  , Trail, B C.-This, hotel has been  thoroughly renovated. It is heated  by steam, aud has hot and cold  water in all rooms. A pleasant  home for all who travel;  -    JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor  LIQUOR   ACT,  Sec. -I-'.  1010.  NOTICE is licrcliy civen tliat. on the lirst clay  of necciiiljRi* next, application will be made to  the Hiiiicriiitiindoiit of I'rovincial I'olico for  renown 1 of Die hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in tlie hold known as the Westbridge Hotel,  situate at Westbridge, in the l'rovince of Hrll-  i.sli Columbia.  Dated tills 1st day of October, 1013.  LOUIS CLERY  Applicant.  At Last an Adjustable  Gown  T.IQUOK   ACT,  Sec, IS.  1010.  NOTICE is licrcliy p-ivon that, on the lirst day  of December next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of tho hotel licence to pell liquor by retail in the hotel Known as Orowell's Hotol, situate ul. Midway, lu the i'rovinco of British Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1013.-  SAAIUJ5L A. CROWELr,.  Applicant.  LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.  Hot*. 12.  The Man Who Laughs  A Toronto judge rules that a' wh6n he  eats with moderation  a  bank ledger is a better proof of a  deposit than a bank pass book.  To a considerable portion of the  public the decision is of only passing interest.  By the rules of the road in this  province, if you turn to the right  you are wrong, and to the left you  are right. Motorists are within  their rights in asking for a plebiscite to decide which is right.  Four hundred years ago today,  Vasco Nunez de Balboa, a daring  Spanish explorer, discovered the  Pacific ocean. As a reward for  his-great service to the canse of  science, he was executed on the  . public square of Acla. in 1517.  Ix searching a prisoner in New  Westminister police station, the  sum of '3250 was found concealed  underneath a bandage on his arm.  The officer who made tho discovery  remarked that he "had a good  thiDg np his sleeve."  diet made up of clean, wholesome,  ordinary foods, well prepared in  the usual ways. Proper cooking  sterilizes foods. If the deductions  of many food, faddists accepted as  facts were really operative, it  would be difficult to explain how  the human race had survived."  The department adds a warning  against-the danger of alleged mail  cures sold by "dietics experts."  Paul Pouiret, the famous Parisian  dressmaker,   has   arrived   in  New York and will deliver a series  of lectures on  topics   of   fashion  from  coast to coast.   The French  designer is not alarmed at the prevailing fashions,  and even favors  moro boldness in color and style.  He protests against the custom of  waiting for the latest styles from  abroad, when  thero is such a field  for original and artistic designs at  home.  Thinking Themes  What mankind wants most of  all ia glory. It means the deed,  the word, or the Btate of being  which shines.  The real hell of men and women  is dullness, dryness, humdrum.  The old painters put a line of  light about the heads of saints. It  was called a halo. It means there  was something in the nature of  these superior souls that shone.  Moses' face shone when he came  down from the sinal; Jesus' whole  form shono on the Mount of Transfiguration, and there is a legend of  an Irish saint who went praying in  his lonely hut filled it so with light  that luminous rays wore seen issuing from tho cracks of tho walls.  Buddhist lore is full of shining  'ones.  All this is an expression of tho  deep conviction of the race that  the highest state of man is when  heshines- Some folks who would rather be  For this cause also anything that Lorn   lucky   than   good   looking,  takes one "out of himself" has al-J bavon't much trading stock.  The man whose ha!  ha! reaches  from one end of the street to the  other may bo the same fellow who  scolded his wife and spanked the  baby, before he got his breakfast,  but his laughter is only the cradle  of thorns under the pot.    The man  who spends his laughter through  his life���������before a late breakfast;  when he misses the train, when his  wife goes visiting and  he has to  eat a cold supper; the man who  can laugh when he finds a button  off his shirt, when the furnace goes  out at night and the twins come  down with the measles at the same  time ���������he's the fellow that's needed.  He never tells his neighbor to have  faith; somehow he puts faith into  him.     He delivers   no   homilies;  somehow the sight of his face, the  sound of his happy voice and the  light of his daily blessed life, carry  conviction   that   words   have no  power to give.    The blues ffeo before him as the fog before tlie wind.  Ho comes into his own home like  a flood of sunshine over a meadow  of blooming buttercups,  and   his  wife and children bloom like June  roses.    His home is redolent with  sympathy  and  love.    The neighborhood is better for his life,  and  somebody   will    learn   from   his  that laughter is better than tears.  The world needs this  man.    Why  aro thore so few of them?' Can ho  ho  pvolved?    Why is he not in  every house, turning rain into sunshine and winter into summer all  the year around until life is a per  petual season of joy.  NOTICK is hereby Riven that, on tlie lirst day  of December next, application will be mado to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of Iho hotel liconco to sell liquor by retail iu iho hotel known as the Midway Hotel  situate at Midway, in tlie Province of ISritish  Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1!)13.  BERTHA C. THOMET,     -  Applicant.  "LIQUOB   ACT,  Sec. -li.'.  1910.  NOTICE is hereby Riven Hint, on the lirst day  of Peecmber next, application will be made to  tho Superintendent of I'rovineinl Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by re-  tall in the hotel known as the Vendome Hotel,  situate at Anaconda, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1!)13.  FRANK BELL.  Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  Sec. 42  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first  day of December next, application will.bemade  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel license to sell liquor by re-  .v.-u.i... ... ...v. ....������������.> n.ku.b IW Ot^ll lll|HUL UJ It-  tail in tbe hotel known as the Spokane Hotel,  situate at Midway, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1913.  L. E, SALTER,  Applicant.  Adjustable,interchangeable, utilitarian, a boon to husbands���������these  are some of tho qualifications set  forth for tho "Chicago gown," exploited before tho Chicago Dressmakers', club.  This wonderful affair may be  made of any kind of material.  Pleats are so arranged that tlie  dress can be enlarged or decreased  to fit any figure, as well as changed  to meet the varying demands of  current styles for many years.J  Adjustability to suit the whims  of Dame Fashion is supposed to be  a pleasurable revelation for husbands in his capacity as master of  tho exchequer. Quito as interesting to him is the announcement  that the hooks are in front are only  two of them. That makes him altogether superfluous in theboudoir  when the maid is out; ergo, the  creation is street dress, afternoon  garb or evening gown.  TKKMONT   HOUSE  ���������   Nelson, B. C.,,is run on tho Am-  ?,w���������n,and EuroP8������u������ Plan. Steam  heated rooms. All whito labor,  hpocial attention paid to dining-  room. "  Kansoino & Cnninboll, props.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  *iph:o*hjni*2c b. o. ���������  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City., Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. * Steam heat and  electric light." Meals and drinks at  all hours.  HARTMAN& WELSH    -. -' Props.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C. is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men.' A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MAL0NE, Proprietors.  ON PARL,E������FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B.  . The Really Best House  in the Boundary.   ,  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BO YER     "-'     PROP  nniDKsvji,r.E hotee.  Bridesville,   B.C.   This   hotel   is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre oi  .  a fine farming district.   "  THOMAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  wMi'h,*?,?-* P\is ll0tf' is new' comfortable  Hfn*?,istori,and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample looms.  SUMMERS & WARDLE, Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive alter  ations have recently been made  rendering ��������� this hotel one of' the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms in connection.  Mrs. A. F. KIRBY  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL    .  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for minersvprospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms.  H. G00DISS0N. Proprietor  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the .  best furnished hotels in the West.   ���������'  It is located in the heart of Green- ���������'  wood and within easy reach of all '',  the financial and commercial institutions ofthe Copper Metrop-"''  olis.   Heated with steam and lit   '  by electricity. Commodious sam- ���������'  pie rooms.   The bar is replete   ;-  ���������    with all modern beverages and   *  the cafe never closes.    Rooms*-  reserved by telegraph-'  The Windsor Hotel Go  Problems of Your District  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  Sec, 42.  NOTICE is hereby (flveu that, on the 'first  rt.iy or December next, application will be made  to '.he Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal ofthe hotel license to sell liquor by ic-  tail in the hotel known as the Riverside Hotel,  situate at Rock Creek, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1913.  S. T. LARSEN,  Applicant.  LIQUOR   ACT,    1910.  Sec. 42.  NOTICE is hereby given tli.it, on the first day  of Deucmlicr next, application will he made to  tho Superintendent, of Provincial Police for renewal of tlio hotel licence to sell liquor by. retail  in the hotel known as the Union Hotel, situate  at Eholt, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, Ii)l3.  DAVID OX LEY   Applicant.  LIQUOR   ACT,  Sec. .12.  1910.  NOTICE Is hereby jriven that, ou the lirst (lav  of December next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Al^orna Aotel,  situate at Deadwood, in thc Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this 1st day October, 1!)13,  JAMES HENDERSON.    Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT, I9IO  Sec. 42  NOTICE is hereby given that oil the first day  of December next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell lic'iior by  retail in the Rock Creek hotel, situate at Rock  Creek mi thc province of British Columbia.  Dated this 1st day of October, 1913  T  R. HANSON    Applicant  Extra Municipal Wholesale Llauor Licence  NOTICE  The public who eat, and they  are largely in the majority, have  become alarmed at the campaign  of the food fadists and have come effect of wine to be divine  to regard with  suspicion the most to this day men go to the bottle to  harmless articles of diet.   A bnl- gefc that semblance  of uplift, to  ways been regarded by primitive  peoples as something supernatural.  This is why the Greeks worshipped  Bacchus and imagined the toxic  And  Notice is hereby given that on the ist  day of December next application will be  made to tlie Superintendent ol Provincial Police for the grant of an Extra-  Municipal Wholesale Licence for the sale  of liquor in and upon the premises known  as the Greenwood Liquor Co., Greenwood,  Dated this ist day of October, 1913.  JAMES McCREATH  Greenwood Liquor Co  The girls work the men to a  fare-you-well���������and the men would  not be satisfied if they didn't.  The problems of a class in any  community are in fact the problems  of the community   itself,  for its  prosperity and even its existence  may turn upon the proper solution  of the problems of its component  classes.      Citizens   as individuals  and as communities must face this  fact and also must meet their problems as they arise.    N'o country  and no community is exempt from  the evils that result from  unwise  policy and blind folly. '  Shortsighted selfishness has been  at the bottom of substantially  every misfortune that has befallen  a nation, a state or a community,  and the misfortune usually has  been forseen by persons wise  enough to discern the inevitable  result of mistaken policy. No person can afford to play the ostrich.  Dangers unseen are not the lesB  dangerous, while dangers seen may  be protected against. As a dangerous policy does not always produce  its evil results at once its tendency  must bo studied and understood in  order to be changed.  Mail order business is worsting  the country retailer, and other  policies appear to tend to the  elimination of the retailer. Many  retailers are blind to their danger  and many farmers deny or disre  gard tho need of the local retailer  ���������Commercial.  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. . The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES1HENDERS0N  Pro rletot  GRAND CENTRAL   :*EIO*r*H3Xj   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B.C.  American and European Plans.''  H. H.PITTS, Prop.  CENTRAL HOTEL  . PHOENIX.   *  ", One of the largest hotels in  the city. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  ;ft't  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  letin recently issued by the United I produce that illumination ot toltto^V^Ta^J^X^  States department of agriculture|senses.   A slang phrase suggests\tr^^a^PtovMe"'xC!imv- --   ���������  will aid in renewing a waning con  fidence.    "Some ofthe advocates! said of a drunken man that he is  of freak diets are sincere, but are "all lit up."  themselves   deluded,"   says   the)   So the savage tribes everywhere  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert XI. McKenzie  4-Un fnr,������.l. _������ *������.- ii. 1 >i  ���������   I Fte* Miner's Certificate No. 75835.IJ,   Intend  tne truth Of the matter, when it IS   sixty days from  date Hereof, to apply to tbe  Mining* Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claims  warning,   "Others are fakers who have looked on insane person as ^  And further take notice that action under flection 85, must be commenced before the Issue of  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tills 8th day of September, A, D. .91.1.  R, D, McKENiJIE  MINERAL ACT  Certiiicate of Improvements.  NOTICE  Searboro Mineral Claim, situate la tbe Green-  wood   Miiilnir   Division of  Vale District.  Where located:   In Central Camp adjoin-  Inir'theCioM Dollar  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M, Johnson  actinif   as   aBcut  for    E.     0.     LinrU  Free   Miner's Certificate No. u'l7%B, in and  ��������������������� ", !i"C!,:i!!a," Free Mlnerfl Certificate No.  6884713 intend, todays from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Ini-  provement, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown tlrant of the above claim. , ~ ..             sccttiTmustlTo^ the graves, "before I'd be buried  ^^^XZ^^r^^ I'd die first."  "Aw,  weel," said Sandy,  "as  faurasl'm concerned, I mean to  be buried uae ithor place if I'm  spared."  An old Scotsman, having a  friend on a visit, ono day took him  to see an ancient cemetery in the  village���������the only sight, in fact, it  could boast of.  "Whit dao you think o' that?"  he inquired.  "Hoots, man," said his friend,  viewing the dilapidated condition  "m,lilhm}%tJemti&Jot  Cou*ho"ond Colds  Snlloh coats co  little   and does   00 muchl'  If you are one of  those particular  men who insist on  having Suits and  Overcoats made to  your measure���������and  made right��������� we  are the tailors who  can please you.,  W. Elson,  Greenwood  ?hlc������'V.,opV.OUBhs' curea colds, ond healu  tho threat and lunei.      1:      1:      so cento.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  i*  I  !iSlsf*5fcyl*i.SlMr-Mt^A  ���������'-fL magHnwn  '   b  \/"A   Y&nh, l)-K1'H',*v*o  11  "* I   v.)!!     -    *  >  ^���������fl  THE^LEDGE^ GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  . MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical    M~l  Department in the Interior,    nelson,  1 ���������������������������- , '   . .      ', ; '  o������   %J>t  TEMPERANCE  ,   }s all right if shorn of humbuggery.  '   Too much water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else. '  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS.,  are medicinal if not'abused. Every ''  household should have a moderate '  supply of pure wines or .liquors in  the closet for' emergency���������either  -.unexpected visitors- or sudden ill-  iiess, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for. drugs..  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and-Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence '  , (30 days) $5g00>  ���������certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) j57<50  Application to Purchase Land No-  tices -(60 days) \$450  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  ������7 *da^.-"v. \..j!io.oo  Water Notices (small)  ������7 so  Al,. A11 ������.the-rlegal advertising, 12 cents' a  A line, single column, for the first inser-  a itionjand 8 cents a line for each subse-  .,   >.   -.** v< - w.���������*/vf>., '*;<������������������*,  rTHE HOME CIRCLE  Pleasant Evening Reveries,    A Column   Dedicated to  Tired Mothers as they Join the Home Circle at.Evening  quent insertion. Nonpariel measurement  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  |; fireenwoofl Eiqudr .emm, -luwim, Greenwood, B. & !  S������*������-fr*w������������*w������������*m*������^^  I COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  on Tncsday the 18tli day of Novcniber I'M i?t  cloven o'clock In tho forenoon. '  , . By, order,  ' '      WALTER DEWDNEY,  . -" ' ���������     Kegistrar C. C. of Y  There is a vast difference between tine house and the  home.* ihe house is but the building* and furniture,* the  outward, shelter and gathering place 0f the household.  The home includes the kindly family affection, the thoughtful care and ready sympathy and mutual confidence and  trust of members.   A true home breathes the atmosphere  ���������   Dealers in Fresh and Salt Jvleats, Fish  and Poultry.  '.Shops in nearly all the  .    . towns of .the-- Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ^ '������������������     REDUCED RATES  * ������ **  ���������TO���������-  WESTMINSTER, B,C  ACCOUNT  Westminster Exhibition  September 30 to October ,4  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J.McDONELL,Proprietor I.  We know that lips will curl with scorn, and society will  sneer, if we reach our hand to the outcast, but God and  the= angels will be glad, and if a soul be* thus saved what  J*_J������ Jt # jfi jc # jg ������ jj jt jj # # a ^ j,  ������s  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  ' * .'*;. ,      NOTICE  LtM,?^ha������n^ I"tem!lti(inal Mineral Claims situ-  D?s rie? ������f,V?WTl Mini"������   Dlvlsi011 ofYale  msirict, near to Myncaster.     -  T w^N������^IT?,E.Ulat I.J-'S.'Harrisoii, agent -  J.   for Jas. P. Blaine, Free Miners' Certificate  No.     C1703B     intend,     sixty  ������������������ days ��������� irom  iorc^fn01'. *������ ?PTply t0 *-*������ MIu In* Recorder  >IZ1P *'^ac? of Improvements, for the pur-,  pose of obtanung-aCrown Grant of tbe above '  Sett!on^rt���������?,r0t'?ke UOtice tI,at actl0������. under '  d Dated at Midway this fith day of August, A  J. S, HAK.RIS0N.  leaves Mother Lode  9.30 a. m.  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  P-  ���������!������irtinfi maj Seem t0 tHe giddy  and   thoughtless  girl  ~   *hn���������u i   7 , St   de������rad"ig*   thing   and she w>T��������� crow*.-  atSJn   , 7WH     UP������n bj CVery y������UnS ]ad^ ^  Has an  ambition to become a worthy and charming young woman.'  * X X  For a good everyday household angel give us the woman  who ,a���������gas.   Her biscuit may not be always just right,  ohce dir7r,cfo,iaIly hnn her bread Md *������** to������;  place dislocated htiffn������o 'k������+ c i-.-, ,    .   .? .  Sealed tenders will be received by the  ST"1 ?P, t0  I2 ������'cl������<=k noon on  Thursday, 2nd day of October,  i9i3,  for*  the purchase of the undermentioned Min-  eral Claim forfeited to the Crown.  All tenders must be at least equal the  St- re '���������, C0Sts' iuterest etc* Crown  Orant fees, and cost of advertising.  S,���������16^ Mineral Claim  is the  Dont Know"  M.C.   Lot 2374 Osoyoos  8:30  m.  m.  ���������g J0HN PULLER      ' -       /       ^     - PROPRIETOR 3  ^iiiiiiiiiiitiiliuiiaiiiimiiaittiuiittiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiitiiuml  Tickets   on   sale   September  27th .to  October 2nd. inclusive.  Final return limit October 7th, i9r3.  From Greenwood $19.80  From Midway   $20.10  Correspondingly,  low   fares  from   all  points iu the Kootenay.  For   further particulars apply to any  C.'P. R. Agent, or write  1  '���������*  c *'      "i  Saturday  last    stage   leaves   %  Mother Lode 6 p.* m.   Returning,, %  & leaves Greenwood 10 p. m %  i        ���������       ���������**  nlnr^ r1,M������     j.  j ,     ""J*  -"*-" "ci  ureaa ana lorget tO  re/    * me name ofthe Mineral Claim is the  4ZZZt      ns'butforsolidcomfortalfda? ^l^^ttXL^  ? SIS7^?618 a.Ver^ P"^-    Home is not a   battle-^^^^Zi^La  fictnn^Ttf11^110 Payable at P*r at pe������-  Si T1Jf cheque ot any unsuccessful  tenderer will be returned at once.  JAMES R. BROWN,   , *  Government Agent,  tw������,i  i -r. -   . '   Fairview, B.C.  ^Dated at Fairview, B.C.  i9th August,  held, nordife one long unending row,  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  J������ ^ .** jc jt os jj ,������ ,jt jj jj .j, j, ^ jj .j, t  home. The "tender twig" is there bent, the spirit shaoed  pnnaples planted and the whole charact   1 tn ed  wX L r������meS %habit- T1,e ^ hdred *������������������" -ho  walks m his second infancy, feels the traces of his childhood home ,n his spirit, desires and habits  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent,  'Nelson, B.C.  :OUR   BEST"  SOLED BY  JAS. G. MOMYNN  GENERAL MERCHANT   MIDWAY  ^���������^9&e^^ee9^^&ei^me^9mmw^m^m<so9Q9ow9^  2   ^fltiA  WT HthB AH If jIl DTLA.   ((^ AAAAi ** "  EXCHANGE,  AGENCIES  NELSON, B. C.  Commission Agents, Mining Contractors, Purchasing Agents, Metal Brokers,  Mining and Constructional Engineers,  Mining Machinery, Electrical' Equipments, Etc.  Write for further Information  on,  the  cheapest  Finest flour  market at the  price,  Adams & Brown  ������<>00000<K><X>OOCVCK>0000<>000^  Of one thing we are certain, we are too  charv  of mr  Z2Tf������Z t0������st!w of ������" ��������������������������� %Z������  f trt0far0:rtHb,aine-    7hm^ ��������������� things,'* and words  thonlV T      m' Tlfestetio&-      How often have we  aU suth st������If '7 ������f ���������y thingS' yet ���������* no ���������rd.    For  au such sins of commission we must ever suffer deen reo-ret  fZS*0rTha7^0h��������� Said*    'TS' ^o  ucduiuui!   or "how well you do!"  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine ..-        8.14  Sulphuric Acid    363.43  I Silica       74.29  I'ime      84.57  Alkalies as Soda         s.9r  Magnesia.....'     232i00  Wthia.v 86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen     32.00  William Boyd, Proprietor,  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated aud re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent.   Natural hot waterin baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system.   The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints.   The rates  are $2 a day up; or **5i2 weekly  up.   Postoffice; express and telegraph offices in connection.  OEALED TENDERS addressed to the undor-  -* sigrned, and endorsed "Tender.for Wharf  at Summerlnnd, B.C. will be received nt this  office until 4 p.m..on Tuesday, October 21, 19 3  Snd! B.r.������nStrUC ������U ������f a alf at Su"J���������e"  Plans, specification and form of contract can  be seen and forms of tender obtained Tt thU  Department, and at the offices ofF. W. Avl.  nier,Es;i. District Engineer, Chase, B.C. "and  ?and?B.ca    ** *������ th������ P������stmaater a* Summer  wnfhVl8 ������n������rla-5 ar? no?ified that tend������s  win  not  be considered unless  made on the  L!!I,tne.d?rlns(s''ppheid'?n<1 sifc,ned with ther  actual  signatures,  stat no- ti,n!r n^���������..������������������.!������_-  t*+***9*+9944*9**Wto44M4,  i nrr t  vl" ' your Razors Honed II  and Your Baths at  th^auB^ '^r ������,f HfG S������ dark and ^Propitious  tide ^iZl 1 " LaPP^f^ falling on the turbid  tiae will not awaken .an answering gleam?  Sctua. KnrSr-StiSS' tffinJSM?,'  t     i     fialcyon, B. jK. ������  ie^g*������o<M>a������o������o&t������oo*a'a9������{*HM^eai  ai"^,pl.ace,s V' reslaence.   in tlie case of firms  , he actual signature, the nature of the oc"upa-  ''.������ ��������� an(l Place of residence of each member  of the firm must be given,    <- u������.moer  nJac.,l^tcSder raust be accompanied by an  acceoted cheque on a chartered bank, payable  PUhlft������ivei;������f the Ho,*orable the Minister of  Pubhe Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p. c.) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited  If the person tendering decline to enter into a  contract when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If the ten  tnrned?   "0t accepted the che1I*<! will be re  ti-Tl16 Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender. ���������".i.cpt  By order, -  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Department of Public Works, Se"etary.  Ottawa, July 8,1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this adver-  fSTfi" rV th^y insert ������ "taut authority  from the Department.���������44661 ���������*  FRAWLEY';  BARBER SHOP  GREENWOOD.  Don't Be HOODWINKED"  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  Synopsis of Coal Miniflg'Regulations.  C������tn\?-X% "Bhte ofthe Dominion,  berta ������*%*?*' S*sk?tete���������n and AU  S*^^?^  the North-  rSS���������w^tonesaudl? a portion of British  Columbia,  may be leased for a term of  ^yTe y-!ar? at an annual re������tal of  f 1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in 'which tie  rights applied for are situated  deSrib!I3Td te5ritory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurvevld  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himseTf  Each application must be accompanied  i&*-{Z0{ fc-which will be refunded if  but n^tS,tPpH?d f0r a're not available  ������-M otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents perton!  fur������fcei,P^SOn,0peratin*? ^ "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  account ng for the full quantity of W  it the coal mining rights are  ests are their parents' interests also.  Parents often   say   "I Hve   for my chi]d      ���������   T,     I .c.hpar^<=oalminedand     ^  Should do more  tripn   +1,-4.      +u ,       ,   l'mJuren' iney  thereon:    If the coal mining rights are  uu more  man   that--they   should   live   with   triwr ?0Vbei^ ������Perated, such returns should  Children, letting* their hnve *r,A i-  1    *    i-/, be furnished at least once a ���������s shonW  ests arP Vh������;               !   ,      Y glVh fed   that their  "ter- L,S������ Iease ������f������ ^-de the^ mining  ests ar* tfiBii. ~ *- .     ., I rights only, but the lessee may be ner?  nutted to purchase  whatever available  L^W*8 mV bC c������nsidered neces!  rateof ������rnlW������rkmg ������f the ^"e at the  rate ot 5510.00 an acre.  beFm^\^^m^i0n aPPlication should  De made to the Secretary ofthe Denarr  ment of the Interior, Ottawa or toaTv  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion��������� iSnaaf  W. W. CORY,  N B nnepU^ S?iniste** of the Interior.  *a :~u?auth?rized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  r-*"-*-^-*--*-^^  =SEE~  ioodeve & MacDonald  ACCIDENT  A SICKNESS   INSURANCE  TieBRILLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear Havan'as in Canada  ARG������  TUNNEL  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10  p. m. Leave orders at Terhune's  Cigar Store.       Charles Russell.  Sw,. t? V11"! 1ilbor in ������'e best Hy-  giemc Factory in the country.   Call for  them and get value for yonr money l"  stead of rope .  WILBERG & VVOIZ. Pror. B.C. Clear  Factory, New Westminster, B. C.  L S  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  Plumber  It is necessary to develop  and work the  natural  resources that surround a city  in order to bring prosperity  to the community.   The tunnel at the Argo is in  a long  distance and a large body of  highfgrade ore may be struck  at any time.    This would  mean a big profit  to  the  stockholders   and   another  boom^for Greenwood.  J. B.  CAMERON,  Loading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO      B.   C.  and Tinner  I am pf epared to ex^  ecute   all    orders    for  plumbing and tinsmiths  ���������     i     , '  mg in city or country,  X SHOES SHINED I  I At the Windsor Hotel by I  I ZACK WATSON '  OlyA LOFSTAD  President  JAMBS McCREJATH  Secretary. '  M^Mai?JWfi*fi^(  MESSENGER SERVICE  ���������> X  ������������������*}><*><,**<,**������>4^*>^������������m^4^4mm^^  ������000<><><>0000000<><>0<>0000<X>00  T.   THOMAS^  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  ���������0<>^><K><������>O<K>OO0<KHK><K>O00000  , GEORGE CLERF.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  . During tho 07 months that Lowory'B  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. . It was the mos  unique, independent and fearless Zr  nal oyer prqtluced in Canada. PoliK  and theological enemies pursued it wtth  tho venom of a rattlesnake untiUhn  government shut it out. of the Sails  and its editor ceasad to-puWiSh ?'  pa* y on account of a lazy liver and  Dart V bnnaiiNn If   f������l^������ - _ni ".    r ana  ?**}}! ?1������?UBai.t W08 ������ P������o of money  tlawed. lhoro  t0 ruS,?^!l?.eIthaf ia out aweu. Ihorn  are stUL-20 different editions of this con"  demned journal in print. Send 10 cents  ���������nd got ono or |2 and *get the bunch!  K.T. LOWBRY,  Greenwood, B. 0.  About Float.  Float ia not a periodical.  It'is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon; how it rained in  New Denver  long  after  Noah was dead ;  how a  parson took a   drink   at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo  in '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   tho  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.    It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are  printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.    Send for  one before it is too late.  The  price   is  25   cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.   Address  all  letters to  R* T, Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. O.  a  n  SMOKE.  Imperator and Kootenay Standard  Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  ASSAYSR  0.E* .VY-   WIDDOWSON,   Assayer and  Chemist,   Box   ntio8,   Nelson?*"    C  *ithns~s,(11��������� sS j'cati "r i������  Cement   te/0'  ������ll!Cr  1,lcln,s:   Co(l1  111 rtatwarnxm  THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  CKK>OWCKK>0<>0<>0<>0<K>000000<>0  l   B. C. MINING NEWS   I  0 o  0OO<>O<H>OO<KK>O<>OO<K>O<>OOO<KK>  Mr; Camsell came in on Monday  and hns since been busy  over the  lulls and in  the workings of the  Nickel Plate mine, noting the, developments that have taken  place  since his last  visit and adding to  his    geological    data    of   things  proven.    The  Gazette had an interview with  him in reference to  tho International  Geological Congress which has. taken up his attention for more than a year past.  Regarding the cancellation of the  side trip into the Similkameen,  it  was as we guessed it would be a  greater    disappointment    to   Mr.  Camsell himself   than   it was   to  Hedley.   It is, however a little bit  of satisfaction to know,   although  perhaps it shouldn't be,  that all  ��������� tho other side excursions had to be  cancelled as well and for the same  reason��������� simply that with the sur-'  feit of good things they have been  having and    the   comfort of   the  overland train  with its ten sleepers and large day coaches in which  lectures were being given  by various   members   of  the Canadian  Geological Survey,  it was practically impossible to persuade any of  the foreign delegates to leave the  main party.   The congress itself,  Mr. Camsell said, was an unqualified success, and while it had entailed a lot of hard work on the  members on the Survey they were  woll repaid  in  the expressions of  satisfaction   heard   from   all   the  delegates.    The only trouble was  that the country was too big and  from a geological point of view it  is  also far   too   interesting   altogether to expect men to take in  and digest it all in the weeks or  months at their disposal.    To do  so and try to escape scientific dyspepsia was to   expect too much.  Many of them,  however, have determined to come back and take  longer timo to see things  moro at  their leicure.  One feature of the occasion mentioned by Mr. Camsell was that of  the large number attending���������and  there were 4.7 countries represented  ���������only a small percentage of them  were economic geologists who were  wedded to geology for its own sake,  and they revelled in a country like  Canada where they could see the  whole story of creation spread out  before them in the book of rockB,  . from tho early Kewaydin to the  latest soils that can produce Canada's No. 1 hard, or the more  benign Similkameen dirt mixed  with volcanic ash which grows the  peerless Keremeos peaches which  they might of seen bat didn't.  Mr. Camsell did not accompany  any of the parties to the north, but  returned to Toronto after going  with them to the coast.  The government did the handsome and wise thing when they  gave the Geological survey carte  - blanche and told them to spare no  pains nor   expense to make   the  affair go off as well as possible.  Canada had the honor of playing  host on the occasion and she had  the goods to show, and it would  have been unpardonable folly to  let the opportunity  slip without  making the most of it.   If an unkind fate prevented us in Hedley  from having a finger in the pie, we  have sense enough to understand  where the impossibility came  in  aud accept the situation for which  there was nobody to blame���������not  even ourselves. ���������Hedley Gazette.  promises, with further development, to prove as big a bonanza as  any yet brought to light in this  province.���������Omineea Herald.  An important mining deal in the  New Hazelton district this season  was completed last Thursday afternoon, says the Omineea Herald,  and, as a result, Ealeigh P. Trimble becomes the owner of the Great  Ohio group of eight claims, on  Rocher.de Bonle mountain, and;  Wm. Sargent and Colin Munro receive $35,000 in caslTand a block  of stock when a company is organized. The deal is one of the most  important yet pulled off in the district and there is considerable excitement in the camp. It assures  another of the big mining prospects undergoing development immediately. Another pay roll will  be established [and] kept going all  winter.  mine in Camp McKinney which  paid dividends for years under his  management. . The Wonderful is  now being worked under a lease  and a bond in which Keane is interested with Clarence Cunningham of Seattle.  Good ore is reported [to have  been struck in the Wonderful mine  in the Slocan. The general manager in charge of the development  is J. P. Keane well-known as a  mine manager on  the old Cariboo  G. L. Fraser, late manager of  the the Columbia Coal and Coke  Co., was in town Tuesday on his  way over tho Hope trail to Mission  city. He has unbounded faith in  the mineral recources of this district and expects to return here in  connection with his mining interests. Mr. Fraser speaks very highly of the property of the Columbia  Coal and Coke Co., with its three  hundred millions of tons of coking  and steam coal. All that ib required to develope and utilize this  fuel is the capital and energy necessary for the success of any enterprise. Mr. Fraser and family  carry with them to their new home  beBt wishes of many friends.���������  Princeton Star.  smmmmfnnimmmmmmminfmnmmmmmfninn^  g= SMITH'S SMITHS SMITH'S SMITH'S g  1= CONCORD GRAPES-best of the season. They will g  & last but one week S  g STOVES!   STOVES!  j~ Large and-small.   Heating stoves and kitchen ranges.  ������~ , fore stock is picked over.  Buy be- ~*g  ������ OUR STOCK OF S  g WELL MADE MENS TAILORED SUITS |f  S*^ is going at large discount.    Buy a working suit good enough for ~*  E~ ....    * BEST ���������      '    '     3  5E WILL RECEIVE a carload of hardware , the first of next r*c|  E������ week. You cannot afford to send out of town for hardware :3  S������ hereafter because our prices will be lower than mail order houses :*3  2= GROCERIES. HARDWARE.   DRY GOODS,  BOOTS.  FRESH   MEATS =3  ������=    GREENWOOD    X    B. C. ���������  X    ANACONDA    =������  Many people imagine the world  is getting better when it is merely  being "good" to them.  Greenwood Fall Fair.  October 7th and 8th; 1913  SPECIAL   PRIZES  FRUITS AND VEGETABLES  Collection 5 Best JBoxes commercially packed varieties "  apples, a different variety in each box  $10 00  Best single Box apples    5 00  Best 5 plate collection of appleB _   5 OO  Grand apple packing contest, open to members of the "  packing school in this district.   Prizes donated ..  by B.C.'Government 5*315   10 00 5 00  For best collection.of Fruit grown on home trees $10 of trees donated  by Coldstream Estate Co. Vernon.  Best commercially packed box of pears _   5 00  BeBt collection table vegetables,  not less than eight  varieties.   Bronze Medel presented by the Bank of Commerce.  .   .    .   .     DAIRY PRODUCE  For the best three lib. prints Home Made Dairy Butter  made by users of the Magnet Cream Separator 3 00  BREAD AND PRESERVES  For best Loaf of Bread made from Glenora Flour 1001b bag of Glenora  Flour, donated by W. C. Arthurs, Greenwood.  For best Loaf of Bread made'from Royal Household Flour 1st 981b bag  of Royal Household Flour, 2nd 491b bag of Royal Household  Flour, donated by Ogilivie Flour Mills Co.  For best Loaf of Bread made from Our Best Flour, 1st 981b bag of  Royal Household Flour, 2nd, 491b bag of Royal Household  Flour, donated by R. N. Adams, Greenwood.  For the best individual exhibit of Jellies and Preserves, $10 bottle of  Perfume.  FIELD PRODUCE  For best Bushel White Oats, 1st $4.00, 2nd $2.00, donated by Major  Glossop, Rock Creek.  POULTRY  For best Pen in Fair, $5.00 and silver medal presented by Canadian  Bank of Commerce, also Silver Cup presented by Cosgrove &  McAstoeker,   (person winning this cup 3 shows ln succession  keeps it.)  Six lib tins of Mocha & Java Coffee, 12 tins of Feather High Baking  Powder have been donated by L. A. Smith & Co., per W. A.  Jamieson Coffee Co.  g SMITH'S       SMITH'S        SMITH'S        SMITH'S 3  Man's Heart can be Reached Through  His Stomach  by drinking a glass or two of Silver Spring Beer,  For the fair sex we can say the same.   So if you want  a refreshing drink remember  Silver Spring Lagar Beer  A  MESSAGE FROM  BIRKS  TO THE OUT OF TOWN BUYER  Centre your interest on our mail service  during the fall and winter seasons, We have  much to offer you in JEWELLERY that is new  and distinctive. We can give you alluring  values in appropriate wedding gifts, and births  day gifts as well as a liberal choice in other  presentation lines.  IN   OUR    STERLING    SILVERPLATED  HOLLOW WARE AND FLAT WARE  . we guarantee you perfection in finish, weight  quality of material and design  Our ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE will  be sent to your address upon request, From  it you may choose any article desired. Write  for this catalogue today, its pages are full of  interesting information.  1' I  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir. VANCOUVER, B, C,  ^!!!!!!f!!n!n!!!!f!!IHt!!!!H!!!!!!n?!!!!!!nn?!nmm!m!!!?H!!g  =3  =3  Stanfield's Underwear.  Bell's Shoes  Alallory Hats  Semi-Ready Clothing  1 P. W. GEORGE & C������o |  H   COPPER STREET       <       GREENWOOD, B. C.   |f  flaaaaauuamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aa.aaaa.1  Sale of Lands for Delinquent Taxes, in the Rossland Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  I hereby give notice that on Saturday the ilth clay of October, A.D. 1913, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House in the City of Rossland  1 shall offer for sale at public auction the lands hereinafter set out ofthe persons in the said list hereinafter set out, ior delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on  the 31st day of December, 1912, and for the necessary costs and expeuses, including the costs of advertising this sale, if not sooner paid.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property. Acreage  Delinquent  Taxes.  School  Taxes  Total  Taxes  Interest  Costs      Total  "The last lingering doubt I have  entertained concerning the future  greatness of the mining industry in  this country was dissipated as soon  as I laid eyes on Rocher de Bonle  mine," said, H.  W. O. Jackson,  publicity man for the New Hazelton District Mine Owners' Association, on his return, a week ago,  from a five days trip of inspection  to the mines on Rocher de Bonle  mountain.   "It is already a mine  capable of large production, and  Similkameen Division of Yale District.   Crown Granted Properties.  Montgomery, "VV. J. & J. D. and  Hayes Mrs R ly Part of Lot 152  Hauseu Bros Lot 264  HausenBros Lot 26S  Hansen Bros Part of Lot 330  Hansen Bros PartofLot33i  Grand Forks Orchard Co Part ol Lot 331  Honsberger J D Part of Lot 362  Lambly CAR (estate)    .Undivided yz interest in Lot 429  BakerH AC-........-...' '........���������...Part of Lot 519 '   .    .  Lawrence J T   .Part of Lot S19  Ruckle Frank ..;...........'.........Part of Lot 534  Beasley A F   ..........................Part of Lot 534  Stuart Edward ;... ...Part of Lot 534* r  McAdatn L (estate) ....................Part of Lot 536  The London & Canada Synd  Part of Lot 638  The London & Canada Synd....... Part of Lot 639  The London & Canada Synd....;............ .Part of Lot640  Addington Hon H H ................. Part ofLot 653  Rhodes Mrs Marion....................Part of Lot 653  Shemngham Geo (estate),'............. .Part of Lot 756  Gidon Claude...  .Part of Lot 821  Hansen TR   , :.".v................;'.'.... Part of Lot 86z  Ryan Ellen J.......................... Part of Lot 1494  Seale Mrs Tilly............. \...... v.;. .Part of Lot 1494  Holford Geo ................... -.'.'.Part of Lot 1494  Averill G W ..................... . .Part of Lot 1699  Morrison Mrs Jennie .................. Part ol Lot 1696  Pounder W A..  .. Part of Lot I727  SherringhamGeo (estate)...............PartofLot2oo*/  The Robinson & Lequime Lumber Co... .Lot 2022  Midway Coal & Coke Co  ,............v. Lot 2337  McDonald Donald J.....................Lot 2946  McDougall Thomas .....................Part ofLot 2735  BertoisJA ............................Lot3046   .  Gustafson Axel .........v...'...........Lot 3227  Hansen Bros  ............."....'-....Lot3395 :  Bombini Michael  Part sees 29 & 33 Tp 70  Carroll Murt ...'  E Part of Lot 125 S  Carroll Murt & Thomas .Lot 126 S  (100x120)  You can't get along  without an Overcoat,  much longer.  Why not get it NOW  ���������and enjoy the comfort  and luxury of being  well and warmly  dressed ?  We are showing all the  new styles.    See them.  W. Elson,  Greenwood  77 0o  36o Oo!  .600 00  .280 06  330 00  loo 00  50  121  00  ,    IO 00  42 OO  167 00  '5 00  io 00  275  00  320 00  152 00  . 78 00  I 00  12 OO  2l<> 00  80 00  I 62  I  00  32  20  67 34  12 30  10 00  130 00  240 00  320 00  80 00  4 18  148 00  320 00  320 00  164 00  180 00  74 78  81 72  299 30  160 00  160 00  40 00  160 00  43.00  i50 50  160 45  320 00  9 72  9 67  Sanders James ';..;;'.......  ..Lot 1149 S      .  Moore U A.... ....Lotll78S  Ness E & Beamish ER'.. Lot 1181 S  O'Keefer Hugh  Lot 1213 S  Whiteside David Lot 1313 S  Columbia and Western Railway Lands  Steeves EL .Sub-Lot 3 ofLot 2737  Cosgrove T B & McAstoeker C Part of Lot 2698  Knight Horace E '.'... .Sub-Lot 1 ofLot 2699  Swank G W   ........������������������������������������..,... Sub-Lot 1 A of Lot 2700  ��������� Dempier Bert '.; .Sub-Lot 9 ofLot 2701  Subdivision of Lot C35, (Map 110)'  ���������  Van Oosten John ..  ;.*..". Block 8  Van Oosteu John . Block 9  Subdivision Lot 700 G. I. (0) Map 38  'Manly LA..' -. ..Lot2Blockl  RaeLV Lot3Block4  Tertian WG ...:;;..Lot 3 Block 9  RaeLV  ..........Lots 1 &2Block 10       ,  RaeLV. ...........Lota3&4Block 14  RalphDrBB Lot 1 Block IS  RaeLV  '.. Lots3&4Block IS  RaeLV  ..Lots3&4Block 16  HargreavesJM  Lot 1 Block 21 ' *?z'.  PalekGabrid ......'Block 3S'/' "  Subdivision of Lot 1475  BroadHF ..............Block8  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, (Map 156) being a subdivision of part of Lot 382 G. I. (O)  LivesleyJames ......Lot 14 Block 9 '"'."������������������. 5 00 250  MoNee's Addition to Grand Forks, (Map 128) being'a subdivision* of part of Lot 382 G. I. (0)  Rashleigh Walter Lots 14 & 15 Block 3*   ' ' 37  Ruckle's Addition to Grand Forks, (Map 03) being a*, subdivision of Lot,53-1 G. I. (0)  BakcrWilfred   ......................-Lots2&3Block2l"  Fitzmaurice William Lots 2, 3 & 4Block22*  McDougall Angus E ..............Lots lto lOincl Block;26 .  Dated at Rossland, B.C. this 6th day of September,^ A. 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