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 ^^i^Ay^u^s^  -'   ..   ���������':'/..   VW  -w$  WITH   WHICH   IS   INCORPORATED   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Vol.   XVIIL,  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911.  ust  SHOES.  TOQUES'  R,EEFERS  SWEATERS  Have you seen the  ' Notorious ���������''  . Second-Hand  Man  , For prices on  Furniture, Hardware  Sporting Goods  Trunks and Valises  eoB������  Around Home  Great  Reduction  article  on every  COME ALL and let us show you  our Goods.  Phone 16   Greenwood, B. C.  *<%^/&?&%/%b*  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture Store  We have just opened up a shipment of  pet Squares  OVERCOATS  AID FALL SUITS  These chilly mornings compel a  man to think of his winter clothes.  We make them to your individual  measure. New and exclusive de-  *   signs to select from.  W.   ELSON,.  tw MERCHANT TAILOR. ^  . _:.. Direct from the Old Land.    _ ,  Also Hearthrugs and Mats in great variety  They are"all priced to selLquickly.        Drop in and see them.  T.M.0UnLBY&*Go.  Opposite Postoffice.  GREENWOOD, B. G.  27  CLUB CIGAR ST0RE  ===  GRBBMW������0B   =======  SALTER G. KENNEDY.  PROPRIETOR  CIGARS; TOBACCOS, PIPES AND SMOKERS'  -������������������������������������ SUNDRIES      CANDY,' FRUIT AND  CONFECTIONERY  fi$r   Drop in when you wish to read the latest Papers and Magazines  Agent for Phoenix Laundry, Office of Phoenix & Midway Stages  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., 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 attractive appearance*.  Isn't it new clock time for you?  1 Plumbing and Tinsmithing 1  Ifc-.- ���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������^���������^���������������������������^���������^���������^���������^���������^Mt^^^^^^^^ _^_^_^^___^mrt_^mml^^^^t_^_^^mm ****?  ���������������-���������* - *' **^���������**������������������������������������***���������* ^mmm^ammmmmt^m^m->^^^ ^ ,....,,-.���������;    '     Z������������  ���������������������--���������>  ' ���������  *?^  : E~:';    Our complete stock of Plumbing and Tinsmith/   :z3  ***** ���������  " ' ', . ��������� i-so  z������ ing material has arrived and we are now in a position rr3  g to do all kinds of job work at greatly reduced prices ������3  rr   in any part of the city or district. ..   ,  ~s  ������   PHONE  ������������������������'     12  McArthur & Clerf g  iaiiiiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  A. LOG AN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B.C.  KOOMS   TO   I.KT  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  batha free to guests. ,  If you want to know what Ferry  was like in tho boom days, send 10  cents to the Ledge office for a copy  of Lowory's Claim, of Dec. 1905.  If you want a bargain in old newspapers call at the editorial rpqms of  The Ledge.  The Ski season will soon begin  iu Phoenix.   .'-  -  Dr. Carruthers left for Victoria  on Saturday.  Mrs. Redpath . is "^rapidly regaining her health.  Pennsylvaniah hard coal is $16  a ton in Cranbrook." :  There was a dance in Phoenix  last Friday evening.   .  .  Alex. .Miller is spending a few  days in the Boundary.  Mrs. Dr. Simmons' will spend  the winter at Victoria.  Charles Biesel and family have  moved from Phoenix to Nelson,  Mr. and Mrs. R'. L. Mytton  moved to Grand Forks last week.  A, S. Hood has returned to  Phoenix from a trip to the coast,  Joe Manley of Grand Forks  has moved to his ranch at Chesaw.  For Rent���������Furnished houses,  pianos,  sewing   machines.     A.   L.  white. ,;   -.:  Harry Shaffer is' confined to  his home at Midway with nervous  trouble.  Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd Manly  have' returned from their European tour.  - Ab. Fee is doing-development  work on the Maple Leaf group in  Gloucester camp.-    :  John L. Coles left* for Vancouver on Monday morning for a  well-deserved holiday.  The wagon road'between Rock  Creek and Midway is now one of  the best in the province.  Jim Murdock is in the painting  business in Phoenix: He uses a  brush instead of a glass.  On Wednesday evening, Alex.  McDougall slipped- on the street  and broke one of his legs.  Arthur Legault'is now foreman and lineman'of.; the W. K. P.  Co.'s sub-station in'Greenwood.  Dr. McLean moved into his new  residence last week, and has "one  of the cosiest homes in;,the- city.  Big Andy Johnson- is : making  preparations for a big business  this winter at his hotel in Phoenix.  J. T. Beattie manager of the  Bank of Commerce has recovered  from a slight attack of appendicitis.    "  For Sale. ��������� Two Heifers,  yearlings, one in calf. Apply to  Thomas Auger, 2 miles west of  Eholt.  J. H. Methot, customs officer  at Myncaster, won all before him  in S. C. Rhode Island Reds at the  recent Chesaw fair.  Mike Kane has returned from  prospecting around Lillooet. He  located several claims in the  Bridge river district.  Jim McCague died from  Bright's disease in Va'ncouver.  Some years ago he drove the  stage between Phoenix and  Greenwood.  The Greenwood Miner's Union  voted this week to affilliate with  the B. C. Provincial Federation  of Labor. There were only two  adverse votes.  On Saturday, Reuben Earls  was struck by' a wire cable at the  Mother Lode mine, aud severely  injured. He ,is in the hospital  and improving daily.  John Sullivan of Eholt, is running an engine on the Grand  Trunk Pacific, west of Edmonton. At Eholt he is transferring  his hotel licence to Norman Luse.  Rory Chisholm and party have  returned from their hunting trip  with one pair of horns. Soapy  Smith says that they had more  horns than that before they left  the city.  Gus Evans of Grand Forks,  realized a handsome profit' from  his cherry crop this year. In  addition to his orchard, he owns  the only Liberal paper in the  Boundary.  The local branch of the Overseas club will meet at J. H.  James' studio on Saturday first  at 8 p. m. Will all the members  try and attend as the business is  important.  The Ladies of St. Jude's  Guild will hold their annual tea  and sale of work, flowers and  candy on Wednesday, November  15th, in one of the buildings on  Copper street.  While working a stump pulling  machine at the Kepta ranch,  Toroda creek, Pete Boswell was  struck by the lever, breaking his  leg in two places. He is progressing favorably in the hospital.  Fred Bongard, charged with  larceny, has been discharged  from the jail at Concouully,  Wash., and has returned to his  No. 14  home at Pasco.- His relatives  put up $750 to get him out of the  scrape.  The Doukhobors have bought  1,000 carloads of oxide of iron  from R. A. Brown of the Volcanic mine, near Grand Forks.  The price paid is 25 cents a ton,  and the oxides will be"used in the  orchards at Brilliant.  Jack Coryell has gone to Mexico, in search of better health.  He has been ill for a long time  with lung and throat trouble,  and took with him from Grand  Forks ninety-six bottles of  Brown's consumptive cure.  _ Mrs. Palmer Cook of Phoenix,  died in Chesaw last week. The  funeral 'took place in Phoenix  last Thursday and was one of the  largest ever held in that city.  Mr. Cook and- family have the  sympathy of many friends in the  greatest sorrow that can befall a  home.  n  Western Float  BLUE BLOOD FOB  THE BOUNDARY  Mr. H. Harris of Montreal  arrived in Greenweod on Wednesday last with the thoroughbred  stallion Zagobla.  This horse is the property of the  Canadian National Bureau ofBreed-  ing Ltd.. of Montreal. The Bureau  has undertaken the enormous ta8k  of elevatiDg the standard of horseflesh in Canada arid with this end  in view is sending Thoroughbred  Stallions to all parts of the Dominion.  Canada today is 33,000 head  short of war standing and the quality is far below requirements.  Thorough blood has been found the  best in the world as an. improver  It produces, soundness, heroic  blood, stamina, perfect assimilation  and early maturity.  ��������� Zagobla is a beautiful bay two  years old, stands 16 hands, girth  72 inches,, and will weigh' 1,200  pounds when he fills out."  A glance at his pedigree shows  he is one of the finest bred horses  in America. His father (Plaudit)  won the Kentucky Derby in 1S98,  distance l^miles. time 2.09, purse  $4,S50 00. His mother is the  famous mare Countess Wanda.  Bluer blood than this does not  exist.  He was bred by John E. Madden  Lexington, Kentucky and presented to the Bureau by Richard T.  Wilson, President of the Saratoga  Racing Association, and is now  placed with W. C. Wilson of  Greenwood.  As the arrival of this stallion in  the Boundary is a great boon to the  breeding industry we feel it our  duty to express our gratitude to  the Cauadian National Bureau of  Breeding and especially to the  Secretary Mr. J. F. Ryan of Montreal who was largely instrumental  in placing the horse in our community.  Regarding the work of the  Bureau we quote herewith from  the Vancouver Province of October  3rd:  The National Bureau of Breeding  sent out its last shipments of the  year last week, the stallions going  in all directions, King Cobalt, looking in the pink of condition, was  sent to Halifax, Otter, the young  son of Lissak, recently donated, is  on his way to Vancouver. Brown  Tony, grandson of Hanover, has  left for the Glenthorne Ranch, via  Edmonton, Alberta, from Edmonton he goes to Strathcona, and from  there is taken by trail in charge of  mounted police troopers to his destination. The boys at the ranch  will come out ninety miles to meet  the horse. They have many line  mares, and are already talking of  starting a hunt club. This sort of  shipment shows the far-off places  reached by the National Bureau.  Other horses are destined for  Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Zagobla is going to Greenwood, British Columbia, which is a great  horse country, down near the  American boundary.  Nobody ever become a nervous  wreck while he is succeeding, no  matter how hard he works. Ho  goes by the board only when the  tide turns against him or when he  quits work to havo a good time.  Savona wants a second hotel.  Skidegate wants a public school.  Houses for rental are scarce in  Merritt.  Musk Melons can be grown at  Rock Creek.  I  A Masonic lodge has been organized at Nakusp.  ���������   This year the salmon pack in B.C.  is "750,000 cases.  In Hazelton the public school has  an attendance of 16.  Hazelton  is   the   greatest pack  train camp in America.  .   Wm. Warmwald recently died at  Stanley, in the Cariboo.  In Frank the Bohemians have  organized a brass band.  P. Burns & - Co , are opening a  meat shop in Coalmont. ,  The Union Bank will open a  branch at New Hazelton.  D. P. Wheeler is putting in a  nursery at'_Molson, Wash.  It will take about 4,000 years to  dig up all the coal in B. C.  Wild goats are numerous in the  mountains near Blairmore.  Two new cells have been put in  the city jail at Cumberland.  The Sons of England have  organized a lodge at McLeod."  The Socialists have opened a  reading room in Fort George.  There are 401 cases in the county  court at Vancouver this month.  Miss Oates has opened "The  Green Tea Room." in Kelowna.  This   year  large   quantities   of  potatoes were raised near Kaslo.  It is likely that Kaslo will ship  a solid carload of apples this fall.  J. E.  Thompson has opened a  moving picture show in Revelstoke.  Al Johnson  will open his new  Northern hotel in Fort George this  month.  W. J. MacKay, the old-time  printer is lifting type in South Fort  George.  Mrs. Dr. MacKenzie of Rossland  has* taken up her residence in California. ,  The city of Rupe pays its superintendent of public works $200;ai  month. -   j  There is an epidemic of typhoid,  in one of the railway camps near  Savona^  " The G.T.P. hotel at Prince  Rupert when completed will contain 500 rooms.  In the Cariboo the road is being  widened that runs through the  Devil's Canyon.  Hay is 850 a ton in the Bulkley  Valley, and one rancher recently  sold 200 tons at that price.  There are 4S chairs on the  verandah, and in the lobby of the  Occidental Hotel at Quesnel.  The Vernon City Council refused  to raise the wages of the men working on the streets to S3 a day.  The Garth is the name of a private hotel that will bo opened in  Kelowna by the Misses Hogarth.  Dr. Newcombe has secured for  the provincial museum, a great  many Indian curios on Graham  Island.  The pulp mill at Swanson Bay is  employing 200 men, and has an  order from an American firm for  1,500 tons of pulp.  J. H. Mohr will open a grocery  store at Burnaby Lake. Until recently he was business manager  of the Armstrong Advertiser.  A. K. Boorchier is opening a  store at Tete Jamie Cache. It  will take 30 days to take his goods  from Fort George to the Cache.  MacLeod is to have another  newspaper.. It will be Conservative in politics, and will be issued  as a daily when the field is big  enough.  Thirty young ministers have  been brought from England to  preach the Methodist religion in  Western Canada. For a time their  lives will not be overburdened with  roses. ���������  Joe McDonnel of Oroville will  appear in court next mouth charged  with selling liquor ou Sunday.  Oroville is rather particular for a  frontier town, and Joe should come  back to Canada.  The railway camps in the Yellow-  head Pass are reported to be full of  disease, from unsanitary conditions  caused by regulations that are extremely lax. The . Fort George  Herald remarks that the railway  commission does not appear to be  active in the regulation of construction camp conditions.  During tho month of September  65,000,000 feot of logs wero scaled  in Vancouver district. Iu September of last year thero wore 54,000,-  000 feet of logs scaled. Tho value  of the lbgB scaled last month is approximately   $650,000,   of   which  $3,250 was paid in scaling fees and  $32,500 to the provincial government in royalties.  The G.T.P. has called for tenders'  for the excavation and grading  work for tho new station site at  Prince Rupert, also round house  sites, yard clearing, dry docks and  shipbuilding yards. An oflicial  estimate shows that no fewer than  1,200,000 cubic yards of material  must be removed. Of this, at least  840,000 yards is solid rock, the  rest being gravel loose rock, or  muskeg.  A syndicate of Wisconsin millionaires are hurriedly completing a  pulp mill at Ocean Falls, which,  they state, will be the largest of its  kind on the American continent.  A Prince Rupert steamer recently  took over 200 tons of machinery to  the new plant, on which are now  working 700 men. Within a few  weeks the numberof men working  on the erection of buildings and installing machinery will be fully  1,000. The markets for the pulp  made at Ocean Falls will be almost  exclusively in the United States.  A million-dollar soap factory,  owned and operated by Lever Bros.,  noted English soap manufactures,  is a big industrial enterprise that is  assured for the immediate vicinity  of Vancouver; Through a deal involving nearly $100,000, for nearly  twelve acres of land with valuable  water frontage on Burrard Inlet,  the first steps was taken by agents  of Lever Bros, towards establishing  a big factory for the manufacture  of all kinds of soaps and its byproducts-for the western trade in  general and the Oriental trade iu  particular.  The building of the railway  bridge across the Skeena river  some fourteen. miles below Hazelton is a big undertaking and one  that will take several months to -  finish. Already 140 men are working, and that number will probably  be doubled by the end of the year.  Already a little town has sprung  up on .this side of the river, and  times will be pretty lively there  while the construction is going on.  Among the buildings erected is a  Y. M. C. A. As near as can be  learned  there will  be   no   liquor  licences granted *for the place.1   Inland Colonist.  THE KETTLE VALLEY  J. J. Warren, president of the  Kettle Valley lines,'  accompanied  by the chief engineer of- tho road  and  Superintendent Demuth,  arrived in the city last  Friday  from  a trip to Franklin and  Gloucester  camps,   where they  made a thorough inspection of the prospective  ore   tonnage.      On   their    return  down the river, the party followed  the right-of-way of the road from  Gloucester to Lynn  creek.     Thc  chief engineer decided  to make a  slight   change   in    the   proposed  route.     The  road  will  cross tho  river at a lower point than was intended by the original survey   in  order to avoid some heavy rock  work.    Mr. Warren   had  nothing  to sajr regarding terminals   or  divisional points.     The impression  prevails among North  Fork  residents that the  provincial government is on the  trail  of  the  road,  and  that   the   link   from   Lynch  creek  to  Franklin  will   be   built  next summer.���������Grand Forks Sun.  MR. ROSS RETURNS  Mr.   Duncan   Ross   arrived   in  Hazelton on Tuesday having como  up on the Hazelton as far as Sealey  where he stopped for a few hours  and  then  came on here and left  that evening for the Big Tunnel  camp.    He was in town again  on  Thursday and called on a number  of his friends.    Mr.   Ross regrets  defeat but he is eatisfied with the  fight he put up   and   wishes   to  thank  the great many who supported and worked as well as thoeo  who voted for him.    He supported  reciprocity because he  thought it  would be the best thing for. this  province in particular and for the  Dominion  as a whole,  and ho is  still of that opinion.     The people  ofthe Dominion  are not of that  opinion and he is satisfied to abido  by their ruling.    Mr. Ross takes  his defeat as a man of his caliber  would  and  he has no ill feelings  against auyone.    He will still do  his utmost for tho upbuilding of  tho Dominion.���������Hazelton Herald.  If it came to a show-down, which  would you rathor bo: A Has- Was,  an Is-now or a Not-Yet-But-Soon, THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE   LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the 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 tbe man who mucks in the mine to the  kin" who sits on the cushions of thc throne. It believes that ad-  vertising is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  by-product, and thus does the proletariat wax glad and the farmer  rejoice. If gasoline over soars as  it has in France, we will use denatured alcohol made from mangel-  roots and turnips.���������Hubbard.  The Poll Tax  R.   T.   L.OWBRY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD,    OCTOBER   19,    1911.  A blue mark hero indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  It seems strange, but a railway  navy never gets appendicitis.  Waii on Turkey  clared in Canada.  has been   de-  Tiie new four dollar Dominion  bank notes look like ones, and will  caus-,e many mistakes in making  change. We will take a chance on  them if our delinquent subscribers  will send them in.  The ice man   is just about to  hand his seat to the coal magnet.  Thinking Themes  The reason we cannot get along  with our children is because they  know us too well. It is more than  ordinary human nature can bear,  to be lived with every day. One  has to be very great and wise and  noble to spend ten hours a day with  any human being, and still love  him. The bailling complexity of  the soul is too much for most of us,  irritates us.  Of course,   sickly and anaemic  children are not much bother; they  are  quiet simple.    But vigorous, J  growing,    intense   children   come  upon us like perpetually new problems to be solved, new enigmas to  be guessed, new knots to untangle.  And we are not great enough for it.  I know of no more striking proof  of the superority of  woman  over  man, in real resources of character,  than  the fact that she   manages  tolerably well with a house full of  little ones and usually retains their  affection.    They would   drive almost any man mad.  The cutting edge of the difficulty  is that children made such extreme  demands upon our moral nature.  It would not be so hard if we could  appear on the scene, tell them to  be good, and go away; but the  trouble,is when one has to stay  with them: then there is nothing  for it but to Be Good ourselves,  which you will admit, is not easy.  And then, how they call upon our  powers of self-control,, how they demand of us almost superhuman  strength of will, how they pull the  nerve of patience! And how also  do they reveal to us our ignorance!  A child does not want to know anything; he wants to know everything.  I do not wonder that small, selfish, pleasure loving souls, who  shrink from the struggle involved  in nobleness, and buy ease at any  price. I do not wonder that such  people want no children.���������Dr.  Frank Crane.  Man Makes Things  In point of importance, the production of things come first.  Second   in    importance   comes  their transportation.  Man makes things, then he transports them.  Also, he transports himself.  Robert Fulton sent the "Clermont"  on  her trial trip up   the  Hudson    in    Eighteen   Hundred  Seven.  The first steamship to cross the  Atlantic was the "Savannah."  This was in Eighteen Hundred  Nineteen. And while an hon.  gent, in the House of Commons  was making a speech to the effect  t lat no ship would carry enough  fuel to feed her boilers on a transatlantic trip,  the whistle of  the ���������  "Savannah" was hear in theofling.  She was answering his logic.  Later, the argument was put  forth that the carrying of this awful  mass of fire in the hold of a boat  was flying in the face of Providence,  and disaster was sure to come to  every ship that incurred the risk.  But the steamship has come to  stay, and still plows the waters.  About Seventeen Hundred  Ninety came the discovery that a  wagon moving on a rail, instead of  on the dirt, could carry double the  load.  The discovery by Watt of the  expansive quality of water when  subjected to heat gave the cue for  the locomotive, which John Ruskin  prophesied would ruin England.  He declared that people would  quit work to go tapesing up and  down the land in search of thrills.  And personally, Ruskin moved to  Coniston, a place where the  "screech of the iron horse would  never be heard."  But the railroad  had come to  stay.  Morse with his dot and dash  came in Eighteen Hundred Forty-  four as an added security���������a  necessity��������� in the running of trains  in opposite directions on a single  track.  In Eighteen Hundred Seventy-  six, Graham Bell, a canny Scot,  gave us the telephone, in response  to the universal desire for a quiet  means of saying things to people  out of sight.  It was only a coup d'etat that  gave Broadway a horse-railroad and  banished the 'bus.  Then came the cable-car, as an  attempt to sidestep the Society for  the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Our hearts bled for the poor  old street-car horse, galled, limping, panting, that we might fly thru  space at the rate of six miles an  hour.  As a lover of the horse and a  breeder of horses, I hail the automobile with glad acclaim. Horses  never commanded so big a price as  they do today: and all the time the  demand is for a higher grade horse.  Thus does the farmer thrive.  Tho electric car arrived aa a  matter of course, for when people  want a thing they get it. We reach  up in the air or dig down in the  ground, and loi we find it, for  everything is everywhere.  Natural gas was discoyered and  piped for light, heat and fuel when  it was needed, and thus are the  lords of electricity kept civil.  In an attempt to render kerosene  oil non-explosive���������so many servant  girls going to the Other Side by the  Kerosene Route���������gasoline was removed   from   illuminating-oil   by  chemical process.    Many good people preferred candles, and called  kerosene a  fad,   and   dangerous.  Kerosene was worth twenty cents  a gallon, and gasoline two cents.  Gasoline was a glut on the market.  To utilize  this  dangerous   byproduct, the explosive engine was  invented.  From a plaything of one to five  horsepower, the gas-engine grew in  power.  The horseless carriage is in one  sense a scheme for utilizing a byproduct���������just as art is love's byproduct.  And behold I Kerosene is now  cheaper, and better quality, than  it has ever been in the history of  commerce.   Kerosene is now the  The day laborer with a family  who earns $60 a month or less does  not want any taxes to pay.    British  Columbia is a rich  province, rich  in natural resources, from which a  large part of the expenses of government aro secured. . That the poor  man should have to pay $3 a year  is a shame.    The  excuse that by  levying a poll tax is the only way  to get at the Chinamen is but a  lame one.    The collection of that  83  deprives   the   workingman   of  some small  luxuries   during   the  month in which it is paid, and he  gets few enough.    Oft times it puts  him  in  debt to that extent or he  has to do  without   some   of the  necessaries of life.    It is only the  man wno has lived and kept house  on $50 or $60 a month,  and that  within    recent    years,   who   can  thoroughly   appreciate   what   the  tax means.    Many of  us had to  live on perhaps less than the sum  above mentioned, but that was during   the time   when  commodities  were comparatively cheap.    Now  they are very dear, and even those  with a much larger salary find it  difficult to make both ends meet.  Take the head tax or all together  and let those who can afford to do  so pay the taxes.    The poor man  pays enough already iu the shape  of duties on everything he eats and  wears.���������Victoria News.  The Preachers Snap  "And now I'll write my sermon"  the preacher said,   perplexed, 'if I  can but determine upon a fruitful  text."    He took his pen and started his labors to pursue; a woman  broken-hearted came in and wept a  few; and when he had consoled her,  and shooed her from his den, encouraged her and told her to call  around  again; this news to him  was carried���������a   pair   of   country  folks, was waiting to be married; of  course the groom was broke.    And  having duiy spliced 'em, and blessed them from his door,  he shook  his brains and iced 'em and tried  to   write  some moro.    The telephone is wringing,a summons sharp  and clear; his paper from him flinging, he bends attentive ear  voice of   someone   crying   comes  sobbing    o'er   the   wire:      "Old  Quackeubush is dying���������come quick  or he'll expire!"    They give him  carpet   slipors    and     hand-made  woolen  caps,  and galvanized   tin  dippers   and  other useless   traps.  A^nd when at last he preaches, the  leader of the   choir in  stringent  whisper screeches;    "Our minister  lacks fire."���������Walt Mason.  H. W. Farmer & Co.,  REAL ESTATE,      ,   ���������  Rock Creek, B. C.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO., NELSON.  CITV  JlJtJitJtJitJtJtJlSjKjIljXJtj/tjIljItjiljt  *>  *���������%  <%  ***  ***  ***  *&  *%  *���������**  Baggage   transferred   to  any part of the City.   Fur-  Thejniture moved to any part, of  the District.   General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  Wanted Both  "Dearest I give you the key to  my heart. You will find it swept  and garnished and made sweet for  your sweet presencel" "The key  to your heart? Thanks. And  now tho combination to your safe,  please."���������Houston Post.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 87 months thnt Lowery's  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It was tho most  unique, independent ond fearless journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of thc mails,  and its editor ceasad to publish it,  p.iftly on account of a 'lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pilo of money  to run a paper that is outlawed. Ihere  arc still 25 different editions of this con-  domncd journal in print. Send 10 cents  and got one or $2 50 and get the bunch.  R. T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. C.  %  V;  ***  **>  1  a. m.  w.  Leaves Mother Lode  9.30  f 6:30 p.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  8:30 p.  m.  m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p, m.  1 NORDEN  ***-.  Greenwood Office  HOTEL  ���������#J*J*jX&SlSSj*JtjXJtjtJtjli������jjtjt  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN   BY���������:    .  J. H. JAMES of Greenwood.  Philistine Pars.  Where the Didder is, there are  the the Diggings.  Never mind; if yon cannot get  yourself arrested for scorching,  perhaps you will be pinched for  blocking the roadway.  God must dearly love a good  sport, otherwise He would not  have made so few of them.  Many a young man needs less  pull, aud more push.    .  The man intent solely on enjoying himself, and having a good  time is nibbling the rat biscuit.  Good things all come by indirection, and they also usually travel  incog.  Manholes���������The apertures in a  peek-a-boo shirt-waist.  Kegret���������The feeling you have  when the things fail to work.  The auto is a great move in-be-  half of temperance. No man takes  to strong drink who really loves  the music of the cut-off.  The world still has a full supply  of the chuckleheaded.  Love is life's carbureter.  Because an auto is a good hill-  climber is no reason why you  should test it out on a telegraph-  pole.  Debt is a rope to your foot,  cockleburs iu your hair, a fly in  the cold cream of your beauty-dope.  Do not hate the things you dislike, more than you love the things  you like, or you are turning in a  hurry-up call for the Glooms.  If it came to a show-down, which  would you rather be: A Has-Was,  an Is now or a Not-Yet-But-Soon.  Persecutor and martyr are cut  off the same piece of cloth.  Nobody ever become a nervous  wreck while ho. is succeeding, no  matter how hard he works. He  goes by the board only when the  tide turns against him or when he  quits work to have a good time.  Tho Coronation was a formal,  solemn public recognition of parasitism. In America we are fighting graft; in England they crown  it.  The man who watches the clock  for fear that he works a minute  too much is seldom in the line of  promotion.  Lost���������While busily engaged in  knocking the firm, an opportunity  to make a sale. .,  Social honors form a booby prize  for ineffiency.  Get your happiness out of your  work.  Thought It  Irate Gentleman (to his gardner)  ���������"What do you mean, sir, by  telling people in the village that  I'm a stingy master?" Gardner���������  "No fear o' me a-doin' the likes o'  that, guv'nor. I alius keeps my  thoughts to myself."���������Punch.  The Serpent's Wisdom  Vox Populi���������"Do you think  you've boosted your circulation by  giving a year's subscription for the  biggest potato raised in' the  country?" The -Editor���������"Mebbe  not, but I got four barrels of samples."���������Philadelphia Telegraph.  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  CO.  Natural Question  He���������Did you see my portrait in  the paper yesterday?" She���������"No!  What were you cured of?"���������Punch.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  r  us  ARE A 1 QUALITY  A Gentleman of the Road  Mr. Norman Pearson writes in  this months Nineteenth Century on  "Gentleman of the Road." At  one point he deals with James  Whitney, a famous English highwayman mentioned in Macauly's  history. He says:���������"James Whitney's tongue was so rough that  even his own comrades rebuked  him. 'Why can't you rob a gentleman civil,' said one of them, 'but  you must curse and call names like  I know not what.' "  The BRILLANTES  Are thc Best Clear Havanas In Canada  Made liy Union Labor in"the best Hy-  | ��������� iricnic Factory in tlie country.   Call for  tliem and eet value for your money in-  stead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory, New Westminster, B. C.  STARKEY & CO.  nelson, b. c.  ��������� wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  About Float  \ Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86 ,  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and '.  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed   .  in after the flush days of. ���������  i-  .   Sandon ; how it, rained in  New Denver   long   after  Noah was dead ; ��������� how, a  parson took a   drink   at  Bear Lake^in early days-;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in  '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed'the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a . western  editor among the 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 numer-,  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  R. T. Lowrery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  i  WHOLESALE GROCERS  Corner Smythe and Beanie St's, VANCOUVER, B. C  I  Agents for STIRT0N & DYER Cigars  The Best Value of any Cigar made in Canada  Brands:    SALOME.    SAVANNAH.    SMART SET.  CARIBOO.     UTOPIA.  ���������J>  r  The Greenwood Dairy  PURE MILK  and CREAM  A TRIAL SOLICITED  ^tes  W. JENKS,  Prop.  PHOENIX, B. O.  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 of the liquid refreshment  . makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower .  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  One Way of Doing It  Housekeeper���������Losh  me  Laird,  ye'll no have asket all thae folks to  stop the night? There isna beds  for the half of them.  Laird���������Hoots, woman 1 dinna  fash yerzel Gie them plenty of  whiskey and they'll find beds for  ifchemsels.���������Punch.  St*#M  :*^<?-  Not Only the Average Man.  But Every Man  THE more particular you are about  the fit of your clothes the better will  you like your "Fit-  rite" suit. The most  enthusiastic admirers  of the "Fit-rite"  brand are men who  have previously worn  custom-made clothes,  and who have grown  tired of the tedious  delays and uncertainties attending the  work of even the best of tailors.  "Fit-rite"   clothes   are  "ready-to-wear"  clothes, tailored.   Every detail of the making  is the work of experienced tailors, expert* in the  :. line at which they work. '*        '  The style ideas shown in the "Fit-rite"' designs  are those which will be most in yogueihe following  season, but you have them first,'-  If you are hard to fit or suit, examine these clothes,  We have your size and we can suit your taste.  Either call nt iho store or tend us ��������� postcard bearing your name and  address, and we'll givo you a copy of the "Flt-rlte Style Forecast." con.  tabling tho latest new* of fashion tendencies for tho coming Fall and Winter.  The British Columbia Copper Co., Ltd,  Mother Lode Wine, Greenwood, B. C.  gmatummgngjiji/jj/^m _2&ft^&l>}������W!!NWMXIt!l&3f>i*/if>'>''"i''X  ;������aa������<aanaaaMagr������t������yj3Ka^^  V  * to  *    '*:%  "ft-',  HCmUMUlUKHIHHllHl 'THE LEDGE, GREENWOOD, R. C, OCTOBER 19/ 1911  THE FLY ON  THE PANE.  It Will'Crawl lo the Top, but-Will Fl>'  Back to the Bottom.  A fly on a window pane will crawl  to the to*>, (ly buck to the bottom nnd  crawl up iiKiifn. This order is seldom  reversed-why no one knows, it is  en it-cord ihat a fiy crawled up a win  dow pane thirty-two times, returning  each lime a-winje.,  Liens scratch for food 'with the sue  behind them, tlie reason being that tut-  rays reflect on the minute particles. A  blind hen will, pick grain and riot miss  u kernel.  Cats seldom lie with I heir i'eet to tho  fire. Usually they lie on the left side  "Dogs lie.with their fore paws to ,th<  lire. - i ',.  - A mouse will ignore a food stippli  sullieieiit for a meal and ruu'grea'  risks'to nibble n't a wholesale supply  It,will hide at the source of food sup  ,Ply and not depart therefrom until ac  tually disltirbed.'"It isn't true that i  mouse runs' to Mis hole !nt tho firs!  alarm. <      '       '" ���������       *,."-.  Find a harmless 'little snake th<  iengih of a lead pencil and provide j,  box for'it in the house, visit it dailj  and at the end of three mouths it wil!  crawl to you for-food.  (..dldlish usually swim around a globi,  tn the riglli. They'can be laught lc  take a (ly'out ol (lie hand in six weeks'  lime. The presence of other flsli'li  the globe is generally ignored by gold  fish. Drop a piece of chip on the sur  face ol tho water and it will frighlei  a fish.  Sheep spend more time grazing thai*  do cattle and horse*--.    Sheep will eal  for twelve hours out of tweuty-t'our.- -  New'York World.  -r - .���������T^-ir in -*'--''-������- '''-'������������������ 1 ���������-  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Properly  Lola  M It  ���������   X  OH  o '���������>������������������  2 y.  Mr*  ��������� rt  .-. 'A  'J",   Urn  V O  5 a  = rt  >-. -a ..  DS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES  IN THE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��������� I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE Unit on Thursday, the iGlli clay of November, A. D.191i," at. thejioiir'of ten o'clock in the  forenoon, al Iho Court House, in the Cily of Rossland, I shall sell-at public auction', tlie lands hereinafter set out of ihe'p'ersons  in said list hereinafter set out, for tho delinquent taxes unpaid by said'.persons, on the 31st day of December, 191c,'and for  interest, costs, and expenses, including Ihe cost of advertising said sale', if ihe' total ahionnt'clue is not sooner paid.'       ' ��������� ���������'   '  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  ���������  Short Description of Properly,.  --."2 '-*  L.   C   CJ  o ������ ������!  = ��������������� g  2 0'/.  ... WUW  o  Boundary Falls, Chrlstensen's addition, Map 155, being a sub-division of part lot 931, G. 1,(0), Simllkomeen district  Chrisleasen, Mark.  Kennedy, W. E...  Christensen, Mark,  Cross, James   Siclclall, S.  E   Cliri.slcn.sen, Mark  Christensen, .Mark  Chrisicnscn, Mark  and.")..  -i   10...,  1 to;  A  A  A  B  J'  13  H  D  DO  ���������   2 -10  2 70  I HO  'III  110  1-1 -10  -Hi  ill*  .'IS  ���������21 '  5S  -lo  -10  l!7  ' Mi  47  4K  17  ().-!  Mi  JO---  '���������2 7J  SI 00  J 00  I 00  1 00  - I 00 *  ���������I 00  ��������� 1-00  - J 00 -  2 .H'  4 70  5 50  Jl 'IS.  1 (il  ���������2 .*)]  ���������25 AS.  Cascade townsite, Map 8, being a sub-dlvislon of parts of lots 268, 269 and 313, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  Hanson, Eric ..  Miller, J. A....  ������J.    ' .  w  1  0  "I'   ���������'   -. - ur rt  '  ���������������1 ���������������.J'  ���������  *-   /)   '*  ny..  ���������07'.  < 5  ��������� x .  School  Taxes  - - JJ. ������: "'  .������4 '  3$ ������   '  1  r. a   ,  SOU     '  c/JCJW    '  0  h  Miller, Matthew   MC.Ada 111, I .'.   Watson, Chailes W.���������    McRae Copper  Company..  -\ddington, Hon,   II  Oliver,   W   Christ onsen, Mark   Line,' C. E. et al   Johnson, Ole   Lauren,' Joseph   lolinson and Andeisoii.  Sears, J. D. ami C. I*..  Morrison,  Mrs. Jennie.  Ander.ion, John..-.   McNoice Alex   LANDS IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT  part lot 312, G. 1 (O) 50x100..,  pait lot 519, G. 1 (O)...   pa 11 lot 535, G.   1  (O)...'.-. -.,  part lot .536, G,  1  (O)   lot 603,  G.   1  (O)   pari lot 620, G.  1  (O)   part lot 653, G,   1  (O)   pari lot 690, G.  1  (O)   10.00 ���������  826 40  10 80  156.00.  274.  320.  . 90 00  - 96 00  15 00  I.  320.  f.o  80 00  93-  1.  .65.  i6fi:  (i 00  60  7 ao  34.00  6 00  27S.  7 20  12.3  .16  74.6  7 20  3 9������  3 00  FIGHTING  NATURE.  What Ons Man's.Patient Effort Wr-un*  From a Deser.t.ln France.  .   In (lie southwest, of France, bet weei  the   rivers   Adorn*   and   Garonne,   an  Jong stretches  of. pine   woods,   greet,  and cool.  Where these pines now stand wns f.  ��������� barren, waste in the, middle of the las'  century. Sun and wind vied with end  other in making the land drier anc  dustier. Over the stormy bay of Bis  cay came winds that sol up great  sandstorms and sometimes buried  whole villages. The whole region was.  one of hopelessness and despair. Katt  was against it.  But finally there came a man* who  acknowledged  fate only as 'something  ��������� to* bo overcome. This "man, one Lire  montier, was an 'inspector of roads  De. began fencing in the desert. lit  built a fence" aud behind it planted  broom seeds.- Behind tlie broom seeds  he put seeds of the pine. .-The fenct  protected the broom - seeds, and Hit-  broom grew. Then the broom in its  turn afforded shelter to .the delicate  pine shoots.    -     ,.      -   -        ,     -.  Soon the pines spread, and theii  tough roots bound the sandy soil to  gethei". The first step was accomplish  ed. Then canals were made to drain  the wet parts and carry water to the  dry.  Thus did.one man by,patient efforl  turn a dreary desert into a home foi  an industrious aud healthy population.  It was nn instance of triumph"ovei.  fate.���������New York Tribune.  ifussov E   Plovail,  I. [....  Ployait, j. L...  Manlv, I..   A *..  Haines, II.   D   Manlv,   L.'A   Manlv,  L.  A   Manlv,  L.  A   Manlv,  L.'A   Manlv,   I..  A   Manlv,  L. A   Manlv,  L. A   Manlv,   L.  A   Kirchner,    iDlla....  Klenian,  Andrew.  Horner, Samuel   Treniblay,   Jos   Gilnioiir, John   Weill.,  A.'C'   Mclnlviv, Murdock.  part lot 931, G.  1  (O)  part lot 970, G.   1  (O)   part lot 970, G.   1  (O)   part lot 1012,   G. 1 (O)   it loi 1196, ('.. 1  (O)    pari lot [480, G. 1  (O)    pari loi 1699, G. 1  (O)    lot  2910, G. 1 (O)..: :.   .'.... W. pari of\V. part lot  125S  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OP LOTS 152, IS3 AND 18-1, GROUP f (0)   |lol 10, block 2 "I      10.       I S 7 20   J  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT Z3t, (i. I, (0), MAP 75  ..-...' jblock 2  I        1.       I S 3 60  ..' ilot  15....'  I        I.-     I    , ���������   93  ;       SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT-700, 0. 1(0), MAP 38  *5 3 6������"  35  1 82  84  1 92  -58 32  56  -4-72'  4 72.  *'   7������-  ������3  ������3  4 20  4'  "3  7'  f'J  3'  37  47  ���������25  .���������$2 00  2 00  2 LO'  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  ' 2 OO  ' 2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  .2 OO  2 OO  S3C   72  '3 3<>  96 72  96 72  17 78  2   38  2   63  86 20  10 23  2 63  9 26  10 67  S3'  9 57  " 59  6 '5  I   Is  Miller, J. M :   Pierce, \y. E   Frye, J. S., Estate   Earl and Slrauss   McKenzie, Mrs.  J. T   McKenzie,   J.   T   McGillivray and Horner..  Strickland, W. E   Sing- Sum   D'Arcy, James   Ronyman, Eliza   Thomas, Mrs. C. II    Cumberland, John *..  Smith, James  P   Gilpin, R.   R   Wilcox, W. B   Hind, H.  I   10     1  ,s.  lo 4..  0  2!  N.  in.  (17 ft.  .);  md 0,  IU  N.  S...  i-i   '���������  ���������">...     1 1  0...     t> ii  nd -(..  11  indM  "1 and (i.  4  o  . i->  1  s-  -10-  'ii  -12  \'2  l".  15-  |:V  IS*  is-  111  II   -I and ')..  ���������4 ;t0  r> -40,  TSO  :! 00  I '<{)  S 70  .'! 7iT  -!IU  (10  !>'      '2U  1 .",()  1 aj  ou  S 7o  1 '20  L'li  41!  II!  Mi  J")  OS  1G  .11  1-2  ������������������"���������'I'M.".  '    ' (lir  "24  7.5  -   "I!)'  1 ' '2 (1!) ,  ���������  - 7(1"  "AT  'I  IIS"  *(il '���������  '     l)!l ���������  0,'i  "0-5  '��������� '   01  il  0-1  L' L'ii  '    o:i  07  "SI. 00  I 00  ��������� TOO.  1 00  "1 00  .   1 00  '" 1 00  " 1 ou"  ,'  1 ,00'  '   1,(10'  " I 00'  , I 00  L 00  1 00  ���������   1 00  1 00 '  I 00  I 00  J 00  McLaren, John  Carson (ownslie, Mop 39, being a sub-dlvislon of pari lot 517, C. I, (0), Similkameen district  and  OS  ���������5     05   I      51 00  -S   37   I as 00   j S 9"*57  Christina Townsite, Map 50, being a sub-dlvislon of part lot 3 I 7, C. 1, (O), Similkameen district  18  1 $1 oo-l  ���������S 4 7*5  ������4.  J,   1 00 , J  ' 94  ot 2, block 4   ol 3, block 4..'   lols 2 and 3,  block 7   lots 1 and 2,  block S   lols 1 and 2, block 9   lols 1 and 2,  block 10....  ots 3 ami 4, block 14....  lots 3 and 4, block 15....  lots 3 and 4, block 16....  lots 2, 3 and 4, block 21.  'lock 37 :   S.S;  1  20  1 So  , 3 60  3 Co  ; 2 70  -2 70  ���������3 60  ' ? 70  2 70  1  So  4 So  - ���������   '���������'  f s' 39: *  ''-Si 00 -  ��������� 09--  1.00 .  19 .  i, do   '  39   "  i' 00 ,-  39  r 00 -  29  1 do  ���������    * 29  1 00  "39'  1  00  ��������� ���������-  29'  "  -39"'  1 00  1' 00 '  ��������� 09   '  1 00  25 '*'  2 00  4 99  . - -9  2 99  4 99  4 99  3 99  ,.3 99  4 99  3 99  3 99  2 89  7 05  C. & W. RAILWAY SUBSiDY LANDS, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.  sub-lot lA of lot 2700   part loi  2701   sub-lol 4 of lot 2701...........  sub-lot 11 of lot  2704 .'  sub-lot 11 of lot 2701.: '  160.45  ���������33<"'-5 -  156.21  224.96  5'-G5  r>20  OO  6  OO  ;S  OO  9  00  1  So  sr-05-,  '������������������3-1-  '' '43 "  .,, .4..  -"-09-  ���������'--ii2-'oo ,-  ���������|  -s OO ���������  ���������i- -2   00-  ]   "2   OO  *-!'-2   OO -  .������2  ������ 3'  "3 75  ii 47  3 89  Strickland, W. E   Sanders, Ilatlie, J   Unknown   Unknown   Robbins, Chas. P   Pearson, Nils   Unknown -...  IWtoi.s, J. A   Unknown ;   McKay, John G   Unknown   Pokbrney,  F.   II '.   Pierce, P.   and Sullivan,  Jas  Unknown ',   Unknown '. ,'...-.   Unknown.   Martin, Jos.   I   Strickland, A. W ;   Knqiiiwl, Oscar '  Pokornev,   F.   H.-. ;...  and  10   ���������"������  m!!!.'!-!.'.".'.'.'.'.'"!.'.'.'  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I, (0), SimllkaineenDislilct  12   !) and   III   (1 and 7   li   ��������� S  !l  ���������II'  u;  14  rf  Hi  17  - 1 su  ou  I so  -1-20  I  r>0  10 00  1 20  2 40  ������������������5 t 0-3  ���������:' 9:1  J 07  .>/  02  IS  IU  OS  .")()  117  70  SI Oi.i  I 00  I Oi.i  1 00  -'I 00  1 00  I 00  J 00  Pierce, Geo. R  Gustafson", Axel   Cunningham, J. V..  Denoro townsite, Map 103, being o sub.divfslon of pnrt lot I SOS, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  * 7- Oi?  8,'fiO  15 20  -I 87  ���������>. 05  12 02  (i 17  4 10  r> 40  3 02  1 uy  1  01!  r so  "l ot)  2 47  1 04  12 .33  1 00  2 27  1 73  3 IJl  2 70  2 53  1 43  2 70  2 o(5  2 35  J 84  I! .",5  2 70  -I 42  2 .'if.  Ii ."3  I! 33  -I -IU  :; 153  1 30  1 32 '  4 4:;  2 20  ���������1 22  1 02  :; -51  2 OS  2 5H  IS 52  2 27  c'u;  10..  12 and   il!.  >;       III!  V.\ 00  lit 1  01  -I :;-")  ul  Si Oo  t 00  00  Name of Pci son Assessed  .The Business of Life,  Life is a business we are all apt to  mismanage, either living_.recklessly  from day to clay or suffering ourselves  to be gulled out of our moments by the  inanities of custom.- *Wo should despise a man who gave as .little activitj  and forethought to the conduct of any  other business, l.ut in this, wliich is  ��������� the one thing of all others, since It  contains them all, we cannot see the  forest for the. trees. One brief impression obliterates another. There is  something stupefying iu tlie recurrence  of unimportant things, aud it is only  on rare provocations thnt -we can rise  to take an outlook beyond daily concerns and comprehend the narrow limits and great possibilities of our existence.���������Robert Louis Stevenson.  Short Description of Properly..  Lols  ������������������ v.  ,t/ir-i  TJ o  = ������������������������ 5  5 o x  jiua  o  ANACONDA TOWNSITE, BL'INfi A SUB-DIVISION OF SEC. 32, TP. 70, SIMILKAAIEEN D1STRXT.MAP 24  Those  Newspaper Yarns.  A worthy old dame of New England  once Invited lier'husband's attention lc  what seemed to her'a curious item iu  the journal she was looking at. "Listen to this," snid she, reading.  "The Mary II. Barker of Gloucester  reports that she saw two whales, n  cow and a calf, floating off Capo Cod  the day before yesterday."  "Well, what'about it?" -asked the  husband.  "Only (his," replied his spouse. "I  can understand about the two whales,  but what beats me is how the vow  nnd the calf got way out there."���������Lip  pincott's.  A Useful Remedy.  Little four-year-old P.iliy was visiting  his neighbor. Jerry. l!llly showed every evidence of a bad cold. Jerry's  mother asked wil li grave solicitude,  "Doesn't your mother give you anything for your cold, I'.llly?" whereupon  Billy answered, feeling in all his pockets at once, "Yes. ma'am: she gives mu  a clean liandl;eivhler."-Llppiucott's.  Quite Pretty.  "I  nm  not ashamed  of  my  latest  book," said the author. j  "Of course hot." said'the local critic.;  "I noticed Its gilt edges aud the beau-:  tlfully colored frontispiece,"���������Atlnutai  Constitution. ���������     ; ;��������� ')  Ho Gol* Her,    v;���������������������������;-������������������.������������������ ���������  "Do you prefer beauty or brains?"  "Docs not (he fact that-1 have prc-;"  posed to you repeatedly prove that r  prefer both?"���������Houstonfost.'       ;   . ,  Fly the pleasure that bites tomorrow,  Wherein Thoy^D iff or.  -Jack���������Widows'are wiser than maids  in 0110.respect at least."' Tom-Wlmt'a  : "the misVvei'?: ���������Jack���������They- never-lot ti  ;: good chance go by, thinking that a  '* botter ono will como their wny.-Chi-  cago News.  In Mitigation.  :    Jndgc-^IIoss    thief,   you're ; fount!  "guilty by_ Ui' jury.   Havo y' anything*  to sny us to why I shouldn't sbak'y'  ���������ith'   limit? ;';Prisoner-Well,, judgo,  16  i wasn't your boss I stole.���������Olevelandi  Ki'iyhllev, 1*2 wing   Hickey, Pat  .'   Payuz/o, \'iiicenz/.o   Kay, Mark .-   Pi.sk, Prank R : .',  Keijfhlley, Kwinjy   PLsk, Prank R  '...'.   Cuniiiiighain,  A   Kane, Thomas   Nou-is, Chas. 1)   Moore. J.  VV   Keightley, lowing   Aspinwall, l'hil ���������   Hrown, Marietta  .,   Smith,  Dan   I.onlier, Leon '.   f.ontier, Leon   Garland, M and   McLenaghan J..  Garland, M and  IMel.enaghan J..  iVeitzel,  lCii/abelh   Garland, T. A ���������.  Pratt, William A   Kains, Thomas   Moran, A   Johnson and Tyo ,  Kane, Julia A   Kane, Juiia A   Johnson anil Tye   Kirnio, Maud   Keiglilk'v, Kwing   I lardy,  Thomas   I lartman, Oscar   Keighllev,   iLwinjr   Kcightley,   P.wing   Lonlier,   Leon   Kerby, I*". M   Morin, A    Mori is, Micliael ���������   Hooper, C.   S   (".state .McClelland, Samuel   Stevens John C   Kane, Julia A   Koig'ei-, M   Rover, Owen    Ciuberich, ,M   Dunn, John .-..,  Hooper, C S   Dunn, John   Pnmasoli and  Patroni   Garland,  T. A   U'ebb, Thomas *   IL C. Loan & Savings Co !.*;.  Fraser, Alex   Kane, Julia A   Cailson,  Chas A   MeGiiire, A. J   McUuiiv, -A. J   Williamson, John   Williamson, John !   Ga 1 land, Maiy   Gat laud, .Mary....   Garland, .Mary   Garland, Mary..'......:,........   Garland, Mary   Gnrlnild,  Mary.''.."<   Garland,  Mary....,   Garland, ���������Mary...   Garland, Mary ,.   Garland, Maiy..   Garland, Maty.. ..._ ,  Garland, Maty..   Garland, Maiy   Garland, Mary..   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H ,  Fahey, Lawrence and Albert.,  Packard, C. S   Christianson,   Jacob   Rice,'.- L.    M   Eholt townsite, Map 71, being a sub-dlvlsion of port lot 1223, G. 1, (0). Similkameen distri.  si   1 SI  20 30  1 31  .-> and li   ,S   !l   II! and  1-i   1!)   II! and   14...  IS   5 and 11   S   <l   10   IS   21 and 22....  1  1:;  Hi  24  24  2-1  24  24  24  25  I:! 50  I! Jill  :*, 00  1 so  Iii so  2 10  Hi 0(1  :*. 00  7 50  III 00  5 10  5- .SO  <> 00  ;: 00  7 50  5 00  S S -I I  4 2S  2 51  1 21  11) IiS  7 -IK  2 2S  2 So  :i 7-1  '���������* ."���������!>  I S7  1 S7  2 SI  1 S7  I! lid  SS  S7  :;i  :; iii"  12  -1 -n;  I'.O  2 20  ;; 02  I 04  1 (12  su  2 10  I 50  -���������1 (III  I OO  'I 00  i 00  I 00  I Oi.i  f ijo  I 00  I DO  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 0(1  I 00  I Ou  I 00  1 s  Mcintosh,  R...,  Snyder.- L.   II    Uanghland,  J.-.   i'arker, G. A   Burns, W.   S   Desantel, Arthur   .Matheson, Neil   Lewis, F.   H   O'Farrell,  Thomas   Mclnnes, A   iMcLanghlan,  D   Loftus, j ,  Nicholson, Geo ,  Gloster Citv townsite, being a sub-division of Port lot 3672, [',. I, (0), Similkameen District  ���������������������������! l   ' in   10   I! and 4...  5   10   5   ,s  ,s"  s"  S  ll'f  2 70  2 70  2 70  1 50  1 50  2 25  1 SO  2 25  I 50  I SO  1 50  .'SO  :!0  .'III'  20  ������������������si 00  1 IIO  I 00  1 00  - ��������� I 00  -1 00"  -1 00-  1  00  I   00  1 00  " I  00  " I 00  I w  2(i 57  !J 70  S 01  4 IiS  41! 411  o 52  2S 01  7  IS  Hi 50  17 70  lo 45  10 01  11 02  (i 07  Hi 77  !J AD  4 00  4 00  -I Oft  ." 50  I! 50  2 02  2 02  IS 50  .1! 00  IS 50  2 02  2 04  2 02  McNee's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 128, being a sub-division of part loi 383, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  Rashloigh, Waller ; 1 |, \r, and Hi ,-.-.;-   .3       ,,0  Holland, Ella J I I   i0 Hi .- |      .1--  Holland, Kll.-i J j 1, 2 and I! I  . 5  Anderson, Carl , ]   i0 S I      ii .| so  Anderson, Carl  1 to 7.....' I'     7    J 4  20  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 156, being a sub-division of part of lot 382, b*. 1, (0), Similkameen district  lit)-'  -71  47  Mi  74  SI 00  1 00  1 on  1 no  1 no  1 00  12 40  :! 72  0 (!:!  5 Ol  O'i'rion, E. IL  Nelson, Robert.  OTSrien, E. II...  2 and  Hi.,  lo 7..  2 to 17  il  s -  ::o  10  1   05  10  '.ui  00  2-1  Ol  ���������M OO  1 00  I   00  Smelter Addition to Grand Forks, Map 40, being "a sub-division of part lot 495, G. 1, (0), Similkameen district  Unknown   Oppeitheimer, Joseph   Unknown   < ami. I.'!..,  I and 2   Hi and  1 I.,  .1 lo !  1.15 !  ���������I    15    ,  2 70  .. -   75  I  7o  .111  07  SO  SI mi  I ui  1 Oo  Manlv, L. A  Manlv, L. A.  Manh, L.   A.  Manly & Ruckle's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 108, being a sub-division of part lot 534, (i. I. (0), Similkameen dislrict  1   lo li   I  to 4   S to   14   Ill  5 40  I! 15  5 S5  4.'!  25  40  ������������������-51 OO  1 no  1 uu  Sloper,  Mrs.  Nettie  Rodijers,   T.   L   Mel.ell.in, Norman  Fallen, John O   Loijan, Robert   Baker, Wilfred   Ruckle's .Addition to Grand Forks, Mdp 36, being a sub-division of part lot 534, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  fi and   14..  I and  15.  to  10....  ! and Ii   10  10  21  ti(,i  1 2U  14 -Hi  0U  4 ::5  li  (JO  O.)  I!0  IU  Oli  30  ���������Si 00  1 00  I 1V1  1 nO  1 00  1 on  Klkhorn Addition to Greenwood. Map 62, being a sub-division of lot 818, 0.1, (0), Similkameen district  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Itoumlaiy Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Gray, J.   P.  Myers .'.   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining i\\, Ltd  Boiuidarv Elkhoin Mining C^., Lid  Kerr J, McDonell T .t Mclntyre, RM  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boitnduiy Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid.  Boiuidarv Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Comstock, Rose   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Alining' Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining .Co., Lid.  I   2 lo 12    I to 0   1 10   12   IIS, 1 i and 15.  1 to 21    I  to   17   4 to  12..   US.................  II ;..  I  to 20 ....  I   to IS   I  to P..   ,>l. 1  pt. 2  0    '  j  s :  0   !  (I    !  v.y..;  10... 1  ��������� JUL:  .12  j  J:.!, i  l in;  I 72  1 ISO  0 57  5 22  II 01  2 01  20 SS  l-l 70  7 SU  1 I!'.)  S7  17 40  ���������.I5l.ili  7 Sli  .1 :!0  1 22  20  2 15  1 50  2 77  CO  4 00  IS .".1  I 70  20  10  I! 02  :.! 3i>  1;7!''  25  i\ 00  1 00  1 Ul  1 00  I on  1 00  I 00  I oo  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  Cameron, Geo. A.  Peterson,.Peter W.,,  Lawlcr, Adeline A..;���������  Lawler, Adeline A....  Mahon, Gilbert..   McConnoll,  Maud,...  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HE FINALLY^GorWARM. 1
A Writer's Indoor Experience on a Cold
,������-'���'���":���: Night In Bordeaux; ': :���
'   What bcnmlfiil siinsliine we had at.
Iloideaiix. and how nice atici:warm it
iviis In: Hie daytiino:''?\As long' as the
sun; kept out  ii  was lovely;  but, oh,-:
when (lie sun went down.' '.'������;" ;, " :    :
They iraVelrave nVou beautlf'iil,large,
lofty fOonilit the1 hotel with doors:and
windows all over Ir; ��� "A t'tei- dinner l"
went- up Jo try to: write,' and then.I
fou 1 id ilia I; Siberia lintl come ngninT'���'" I :
put >;i-eat lo^s'.of..wood upon (lie lire
and  lilewMlicni;;wiih  the1:bellows till:,
theliaines roared up 1 lie ehimney,Init
still I shivered in -ihe -icy blasts that
blew: throiigii every, creyice,  j put"'oij'/'.
my ulsier, I 'clriijrsed i lie blankets frour
ihe lied., I-,ran' races aroinid: the room
' iii'd'. jirtteiieVd jlie'jindiiui cliibs ,-wltti'. n .;
-heavy, poriinanleaiiiireaehliiiiid,"but ���
siill;l !'el(.;niylilood:ooi!geaiinL(,and the
iiornors:xif  (he': early:, lnoruiug  chiue
'.b'iK'k again.'. '-.������"��� :-",���;-" ���;;:.'.,;���>[.;.:������;������'
-In this dlienunn my companion's Sn-
dini experiences stood us in good steutf. 1
He: was wilb t'ordoii in ihe expedition
of l.*S7i;-7. -lie took our,walking sticks"';
and tinibrelliis, atu'Lwith these and the
blunkets and-ihe rugs, be rigged up a
nice, conifortabio lent lu front ot the '
ilre.O::/>K ;���:������ ;,v:r ���;;���;.���;:,:;''������':-������:.:;;:.;::':,���;.;.-::������:":
��� SHtlng In this tent in our big room
we lit last got .warm, antl-iuy lingers
wi'h':;able../fo;^
Sii'jis''In':;''l.)iis'oiiet.'Abroa'd.'V','-.,'.':'"..':���'.;'���'���'..-.'V ���'���
AW  ARCTIC  DELICACYr
Eskimo Soup' Would Hardly Tickle Re-
:'���.������".... Vfined Palate's.:;.-:':;;,"..'i'.;���::-���;-.������;:
Kane and Dr. Hayes.' tbe first iwbite
nien-apart t'rbtn an oeens:ouul wtiiiler
-lo visit (he 10sklinos;Toiind souiedif-;
flenlly  iii,neeothtuotlating  themselves ;
to local cusioiiis,:: In V'Tlie Toll:of'the^
Arctic  Seas". D.M. j.Ktl wards" quotes:
llayos' afcouiit of his first visit to a
na live hut.    After ti cordial welcome -
he was,pressed to eaL";  '- ":
".::.���:*T:lils,".-:sa.vs lliiyes. ^wns^inlnyita-
i-.tiph/.wlilt'vir;-.! --;f^jired,:ibytJiiiow;--:rbatYlt"::;
had come I knew that it avouUI beVuh-
wiseto1 decline:���;it;;:<.'|ie Expression of
thanks was one of the few in  their
language.4lint I knew; ami I made4lie;
niost: of ��� tliis; -They laughed heiirtily"
wlieti 1 said koyenak ia?:reply (ojthelr :;
invilalion, and Immediately; a-not: vei'y;;
bi;a 111if 111, youngvela msel poured some .
of the contents of the'pots into nskiu ;
dish,   and,   nf fer  sipping  It  to  make .
stire, ns 1  suppbsetL tbat Jt :wns uot-
top. hot.-.pass'ed it to nie over,a'group
of heads.'.  At: first my courage forsook ;
me, but all eyes, were fixed upou me,   ;
arid It would liiive^been highly impolite to; shrink. : 1 ~therefore shut my;;
ey<;s,   beld   my-nose,-swallowed -the ;;
dose and retired. -1  was told after-
\yard that it was their greatest delicacy��� a soup made by boiling together
blood, oil and seal Intestines."    :"
;    ;"Three Sheets!ii the Wind." ";  - :
"What was the "origin of the phrase
for drunkenness, 'three sheets in the
wind V'"a landsmanaskeda sailor tbe
;Oil)et,;day,:''Wen."; said the: sailor,:
"I'll explain that matter to you.   The.:
two lower corners of a ship's sail are
held taut by two'ropes.' oue called a
tack tiiidanolher called a sheet, : The���
:tack;:is: always^ kept very-light,: but-
tiiesbeet ;is looseued accprdiuglothe
;wind, arid 1 lielooser: the:::sheet Is:(tbe'
liiore" freely'lhe^siiil swings; -If rtlie^
sail is quite free its sheet la said to
be 'in (he wind.'    Now, suppose that
all three of a ship's sails were quite
free.   They would theu fly about very
erazily, and  the ship would wabble.
The course of the ship would be a zigzag one, a nd the reason for this would
be that she. had 'three sheets in the
wind.'   That, 1 guess, is why a man
when be zigzags In his course Is said
to be 'three sheets in the wind' also.".
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He Was Not Laconic.:
John Morley in his life of Gladstone
tells the story of the statesman's ex-.
amination for admission to Oxford university when lie was a youth. The examiner, having utterly failed to floor
the candidate 011 some point;of tbe;
ology, said, "V\"e will now leave that
part oft he subject." "No, sir," replied
the candidate; "if you please, we will
not leave it yet," rind proceeded to
���pour forih a fresh stream. The dean
In Mr. Gladstone's day was Gnisford,
famous amoug other things for his
trenchant brevity. "This laconic gift,"
observes air.'"Morley slyly, "the dean
evidently had not time to transmit to
all of his flock."
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Genius and Goodness.
I have had somedmes in mine the
gloved and white palm of the upper
class and the heavy black hand of the
lower class and hnve recognized that
both are but of men. After all these
have passed before me 1 say that bu-
nianlly has a synonym equality and
that under heaven I here la but oue
thing we ought to how to, genius, and
the only thing before which we ought
to kueel, goodness.���Victor Hugo.
Saving.
Saving produces a peace of mind unknown to hlni who In time of misfortune must defend on the bounty of tils
friends. Determine to save, for will
power is the prime essential. Deposit
regularly. Lay aside some portion of
each week's or month's Income. Deposit extra and unexpected receipts.
Rossland, IJ. C.," October fith, 1911.
J.   E.   HOOSON,
Acting Collector Kossiand Assessment .Dislrict.
THE
Worse Than Hard Words,
"Why did you kill your parrot?   Tho
poor bird meant 'nothing by Its profanity."
"!' could stand Its profanity, but It
learned fo Imitate the lawn mower Inst
summer."���Washington Herald,
IS THE ACKNOWEDGED
ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF
THE  BOUNDARY DISTRICT
Prayer carries us hnll'wny to God,
fastlug brings us to the door of his
palace, nnd almsgiving procures 113 admission,- Koran.
How It Looked.
"Why don't you ent your caviare*?1*"
naked tho host.
"Didn't know it wns to eat," replied
Broncho Bob. "I thought there liad
been nn accident and the cook spilled
tlio bird shot."���Washington Star.
Domestie Bliss.
Mrs. nenpeclc (with nowspaper)-lt
says here that buttermilk will cxtentf
one's life to over a hundred. Henpeck:
Oearily)���If I was a bachelor, I'd tak*
to drinking It���Boston Transcript.
fjp&ffijd^^^ , ( _. j-   .-      JS L  ,>
THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
WESTERN - ��� HOTELS.
THK   KOOTENAY    SALOON
Sandon, B. 0., has a line of nerve
bracers unsurpassed in any moun-
tain town ot the Great West. A
glass of aqua pura given free with
spirits menti.
NEWMARKET   HOTJEI.
Is the homo for all tourists and
millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.
Henry Stogo. PrOpr,
THE   PROVINCE   HOTEL
:Grand Forks, is a'large tnre'e-
- story brick hotel that provides
the public -with good meals and
pleasant rooms.   A new building*
' but the same old rate's.
Erall Larson, Proprietor,
THK   KASLO   HOTEL
Kaslo, B. C��� is a comfortable
home for ali who travel to that
city.
Oocklo & Fapwortn.
BKIDESVILLE   HOTEL.
. BridGsvillo,  B.  C.    Provides    excellent
. accommodation  for tourists and travellers.   Fresh   Eggs  and  Butter.   Special
Irish Whiskey always on hand,
THOMAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.
HOTEJ, CASTLEGAR, Castlegar Junction.     All modern.     Excellent
.   accomodations for tourists and
drummers. Boundary train leaves
here at 9.10 a.m. ���
W. H. CAGE. Proprietor
GRANITE CREEK HOTEL
Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and
railroad men. Gcod stabling in
connection. 'Tasty meals and
pleasant rooms. r
H. COODISS0N, Proprietor.
SHERBROOKB   HOUSE
Nelson; B. C. One minute's walk
from C. P. R station. Cuisine
unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.
Boy or Bros., Proprietor
TBEMONT   HOUSE
Nelson, B. C.
GRAND UNION HOTEL
Hedley, B. C. American plan
and moderate rates. First-class
mineral display from all sections
and will exchange for specimens
from any part of the world, Reliable information will be given
investors and working men.
ANT0NW1NKLER, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN HOTEL
Princeton, B. C . is the headquarters for miners, investors
and railroad men. A fine location and everything first class   ���
K1RKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.
.^tinmiimmtiimnfmmmmmmmmniinnimmmnniiK
I     REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING    I
1 BU,Y A FRUIT & VEGETABLE FARM |
��= HOW DOES THIS SUIT YOU ? H|
|*r 10 Acres all planted in Fruit Trees. Trees 4 years old. i~3
��~Irrigation system.    Well with. Windmill Pump.     Splendid ~5
I**: Celery garden. ��� Good stable.     1 mile from school, y2 mile ~|
g~ from railroad town.                                                                    Z��
g OR THIS ? '     ���   . =f
5~ 9J-2 acres planted with best varieties of trees 4 years ^3
S~ old, beautifully situated on the banks of the Kettle river. :T"
S~. Would make splendid summer resort.      Good ,6-roomed ~
S**r house, stables, barns, well, etc. .- i
S*^** /    -*���
��~-   . ~
**; Por further particulars apply to��� ~
9   ������
| Land Specialists, ROCK CREEK, B. C, 1
iiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiUiiiaiaiiiiiaiuiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiaiiiiaiiiiaiaii
See me for the Finest Suburban Subdivision
in New Westminster.
When Port Mann is a good townsite proposition New
Westminster will be a large city.
Mark My Words
John  JVfe^ellat*
Proprietsrv
is just
new issue of this
is run on tho Am
erican and European plan. Steam
heated rooms. All white labor.
Special/attention paid to dining
room.
Iiansomu Ss Campbell, Props.
LAKKVIKW   BOTJCL
in Nelson, B. C, employs all
white help and is a home for the
world at $ 1.00 a day.
Nap. Mallette, ProprJotor.
HOTEL KEREMEOS
Keremeos, B. C. This first class
family hotel is opposite the 6.N.
depot and under the personal
supervision of the proprietress.
All stapes leave tins hotel daily,
including- the auto to Penticton.
Mrs. A. F. K1RBV.
ill IN 1 HE
KAMLOOPS
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-40/date 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 all patrons,
Remember the Leland when you turn your
attention to Kamloops, Touch the wire if
you want apartments reserved,
ESTABLISHED 1817
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.   Rest, $12,000,000.
UNIMVIUKD   PROFITS,   S9G1,789.11.
Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,-G. C. M. G.
' ��� Piesident: R. B. Angus, Esq.
Vice-President and General Manager: Sir E. S. (Houston, Bart.
Branches in London, Eng. {ffi��torc��lSJl}NewYork;"Chicago
Buy'and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and
- Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT I*n&1,&d.
nt
Greenwood Branch  - C. B. Winter, Mgr.
Copper Handbook, Vol. X
Vol. X, the tenth annual edition
of the Copper Handbook,
received.   The
work, which is considered a standard authority on the subject of
copper and copper mines for the
entire globe, has 1,002 octavo
pages, containing nearly 1,500,000
words, and, in addition to the miscellaneous chapters, lists and describes 8,130 copper mines and
copper mining companies, in all
parts of the world, this being the
.largest number of titles over listed
by any work on mining. The*description range from two or three
lines, in the case of dead companies,
wherein reference is made to de-
tailed^descriptions in pasfcvolumes
at the period of their activity, up
to twenty-one pages in the case of
the^Anaconda mine, which yields,
one-eighth^of all the copper jn the
world.
The miscellaneous  chapters  of
the book, twenty-four in  Dumber,
treat the subject of copper from all
possible view points,  there being
chapters on the history, chemistry,
mineralogy,    metallurgy,    brands
and grades, alloys and substitutes
for copper, with a copious glossary,
and a.chapter of statistics ending
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 the book
by mail,  prepaid,  to any address
ordered, without advance payment
of any sort, and subject to return
after   a   week's   inspection.    The
price is $5 in a strong green buckram binding with   silk headband
and gilt top, or $7.50 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.   Horace   J.   Stevens,
Houghton,  Michigan,  ordering   a
copy of the new Copper Handbook
sent prepaid, Bubject to approval.
LAND ACT
Similkameen Land District, Dislrict of Yale
TAKE NOTICE that George U. Damery, of
Chatham. N.B., occupation accountant, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencing* at .1 post planted 20 chains
north of William Yonklu's P.R., No. 365s;
llieneo 80 chains west; thence 30 chains south;
thence SO chains east; thence 20 chains north to
point of Commencement.
DAMERY
A ife nt
GEORGE HURNABY
WILLIAM DAMERY
October 2nd, 1*)11.
LIQUOR ACT,
Sec. 49
1910
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the 1st day
of December next, application will be mado to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
transfer of the licence for the sale of liquor by
retail in and upon thc premises known as the
Northern Hotel, situated al llholt, British Columbia, from John Sullivan, to Norman Luse of
British Columbia.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1*911.
JOHN SULLIVAN, Holder of Licence.
NORMAN LUSE, Applicant for Transfer.
523-524, Pacific Block, Vancouver, B. C.
OPPOSITE    POSTOFFICE
Unequalled for Domestic Use."
nelson, B. ���#.
W. V. VVISJL,LS,""Proprietor.
First-class in everything.
Steam heat, electric light,
private baths. ' Telephone
in every' room. First-class
bar and barber shop.
'Bus meets all trains.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Sec, 42-
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first
day or December next, application will bemide
to'.he Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license tn sell liquor by te-
tall in the hotel known as the Riverside Hotel,
situate at Rock Creek, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this Uth day of October. 1911.
S, T. LARSEN,
Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT.
Sec. 42
1910
NOTICE is hereby given that, oi the first
day of December next, application will be made
to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell llqnor by retail in the hotel known as the Spokane Hotel,
situate at Midway, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1911.
L. E. SALTER,
Applicant.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Sec. 42.
NOTICE i*i hereby given that, on the first day
of December next, application will be made to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-
rewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail
In the hotel known as the Union Hotel, situate
at Eholt, in the Province of British Columbia.
- Date'i ini3 uui any or oeioberrrjii.
JOHN McKELLAB,
Applicant.
LIQUOR   AOT,' 1910.
, Sec. .12.
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first day
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 Algoma Hotel,
situate at Deadwood, in the Province of British
Columbia:
Datcd this fith dny October, 1011.
JAMES HENDERSON,
Applicant.
. NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.
TEMPERANCE
is all right if shorn of liurnbuggery.
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 illness, when a drop of pure liquor
in time may forestall all necessity
for drugs.
Greenwood Eiqwor Company, importers, Greenwood, B. g. g
t999999990999999999999999999999999099999@9999999999
The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the
following scale for legal advertising:
Application   for   Liquor  Licence
(30 days) jS5.oo.
Certificate of Improvement Notice
(60 days) #7.50
Application to Purchase Laud No-
tiees (60 days) $7.50
Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90
days)..."........... ������...��� "f 10.00
Water Notices (small)..............$7.30
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  Nonpariel measurement
LIQUOR   AOT,
Sec. 12.
1910.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that, on the lirst day
of December next, application will be made to
the Superintendent of Provincial Pollco for
renewal of the hotel licence to soil liquor by retail in the hotel known as Crowcll's Hotel, situate at Midway, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 0th clay of October, 1011.
SAMUEL A. CROWELL.
Applicant.
LIQUOB   ACT,   1910.
Sec. 12.
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first day
of December next, application will be mado to
tho Superintendent of Provincial Pollco for
renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known a3 the Midway Hotel
situate at Midway, in the Province of British
Columbia.
DRted this Oth day of October, 1911.
BERTHA C. THOMET,
Applicant.
NOTICE
To
Philip D. Stanhope, of Similkameen pivlsion
of Yale District, Rancher.
TAKE NOTICE that the Kettle Valley
Railway Company requires from you for the
purposes of its railway all vour estate and interest in the land hereinafter described aud
will take, under the provisions of the Railway
Act.
All and Singular that certain parcel or tract
of land situate, lying- and being- in Lot 2570
forme- ly Osoyoos now Similkameen Division
.of Yale District, in the Province of British
Columbia, and situate, lying and being within
a distance of fifty (50) feet on both sides of the
Centre line of the Kettle Valley Railway from
Station 1S47-56 to Station 1900-47.5 according to
a map or plan of the Kettle Valley Railway as
located, said map or plan being sanctioned by
the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, a copy of which is deposited with the
Registrar of Deeds at Kamloops, B. C. said
centre line said Railway through said lot 2576
may be more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at a point being the point of intersection of the Southern boundary of Lot 2576
with the centre line of the said Kettle Valley
Railway said point being at a distance of 1232
feet more or less from the Southwest corner of
said Lot 2576 measured Easterly along said
Southern boundary from said Southwest corner
said Lot 2576, and said point of intersection being also Station 18*7-56 on 2" curve to ritrht extending from Station, B. C. 1336-45 to Station E.
C. 1853-93 Centre line of said Railway. Thence
on a 2�� curve to right (whose chord bears N.9'
33'W. astro^ a distance of six hundred and
thirty-nine (639) feet to Station E. C. 1853-95,
thence on tangent bearing N. 3" lt-'W. astro a
distance of forty-six hundred aud fifty-two and
five tenths feet, more or less to intersection with
the Northern Boundary said Lot, said point of
intersection being Station 1900-47.5 on tangent
extending from Station E. C. 1853-95 to Station
B. C. 1937-95.9, and situate Westerly measured
along said Northern boundary said Lot a distance of 1851 feet more or less from the Northeast corner of Lot 2576.
The parcel or tract of land  hereinabove described from above described ceutre line of said ;
Railway shall   b3 taken   to  include all  the I complied with,
wedges or triangles lying within Lot 2576 made I      ��� _
by reason  of^he Southern boundary Lot 2576
not being radial to, and the Northern bonndary
Lot 2576 not being at"Jrit,ht angles to the centre
line said Railway at said respective points of
intersection,   The said wedges or triangles so
formed shall be included by producing-, parallel
to said Centre line the Boundaries of said par-
col which are parallel to said Centre line, to intersection Willi the said Southern and North
boundaries of said Lot as shown on attached
plan.   Said described parcel or tract of land
containing 12.15 acres, more or less as shewn
colored red ou attached plan.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the power in
tended to be exercised by the said Railway
Company with egard to the land above described Is the taking of the said land iu fee
simple for the purposes of constructing the
said Railway and works thereon and operating
tho same.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that tho
said the Kettle Valley Railway Company are
ready aud willing and hereby offer to pay the
sum of Seven hundred Dollars as compensation
for the laud above described aud for any damages caused by the exercise of their powers
thereon.
FRED BILLINGS,
Solicitor for the Kettle Valley Railway Company.
Dated at Vernon, B. C. this 7th day of September, 1911.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
GRAND CENTRAL
. HOTEL	
Opposite Postoffice, NELSON,"! B. C.
American and European Plans.
H. H. PITTS, Prop,
With a view to the better preservation
of the Public Highways the attention of
the public is herewith directed to the
provisions of 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
the Province of British Columbia situate
east of the Cascade range of Mountains,
any wagon or other vehicle carrying a
load in excess v,f that mentioned in
Schedule 'A' herointo annexed.
SCHEDULE A.
Wagons and 4 wheeled vehicles shall
not carry a load in 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
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.
CENTRAL HOTEL
PHOENIX.
The Nearest Hotel to the Granby
Mines. Plenty of rooms, and one
of the largest Dining Eooms iu the
��ty.    A. 0. JOHNSON, Prop.
Insurance Agent
lailK,  LUCK AND ACCIDENT
Fidelity Bonds, Plate Glass,
Commissioner   for   Taking
Affidavits
PHOENIX,   B.   c.
QUEEN'S   HOTEL,
PHOENIX,     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.
R.  V.  OHISHOLM, Proprietor.
DANNY-DEANE, Manager.    *
LIQUOK   ACT,
Sec. -12.
1910.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Sec. 42
NOTICE Is hereby given that, on tho lirst day
of Pccembcr next, application will be made to
tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail tn the hotel known as the Vendome Hotel,
situate nt Anaconda, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this Gth day of October, 1911.
FRANK BELL,
Applicant
JL1QDOK   ACT,    1910.
Sec. 42.
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ANALYSIS OF WATER.
Chlorine  8.14
Sulphuric Acid  363.43
Silica  74.29
I/'me................. 84.57
Alkalies as Sodn .....". 5.91
Magnesia  232.00
Lithia,...  .86
Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00
Has recently been thoroughly
renovated and re-furnished, and
is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in bath's, 124 degrees of heat. A course ol 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 J5i2 weekly
up. Postoffice, cspress and telegraph offices in connection.
NOTICE Is hereby given that on the first day
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 Rock Creek hotel, situate at Rock
Creek In the province of British Columbia.'
Dated this 19th day of October, t911
II. S. PITTENDRIGH
Applicant
WATER   NOTICE
We, the Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit kauds
Co., Ltd., with registered oflices a�� Vancouver,
II. C, give notice that on the Mth day ot;Novem-
ber, 1911, we Intond to apply to the Water Commissioner at his ollice lu Falrvlew, B. C, for a
license to take and use twenty-live cubic feet of
water per second from. Conklc creek. The
water to be taken from tlio Ktrcatn at the mouth
of Sullivan creek, and to" be used on Lots 3650,
3338,'1649, 23,1 and. sub lots 23 and 23 for Irrl-
u-a(lon' purposes. The location of reservoir
site Is to be at Fish lake.
Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co,, ltd,
H. W. Farmer, agent.
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the lirst dny
of Pecember noxt. application will be made to
the Superintcncent of Provincial Police for
renown! of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known a* the Northi-rn Hotel,
situate nt Eholt, in the Province of Brlttsh Columbia. <
Dated this Oth day of October, 1911.
NORMAN LUSE,
Applicant.
���' TENDERS WANTED
Sealed tenders for purchase of the James
Ritchey saw-mill plant &c (no lumber) at
Bridesville, B. C. will be received by the undersigned at Bridesville, B. C. Post Office until
twelve o'clock, 110011,011 Friday, the twentieth
dav of October 1911.
The highest, or any tender, not necessarily
accepted.
J.R.MARTIN,
��� . ������ Asst. Timber Inspector.
WATER  NOTICE
I, Jean F. Ferroux of Carmi, Province of
British Columbia. Farmer, give notice that on
the Stli day of November, 1911,1 Intend to app'y
to the Water Commissioner, at Falrvlew, B. C,
for a licence to take and use Tour cubic feet of
water per second from the West Fork of the Kettle River in Similkameen Division of Yale District, The water Is to be taken from.the West
Fork of Kettto River about one-third ol a mile
above the Carmi bridge and Is to be used upon
part (25 acres) of Lot 2360 and part of the surface
of tho "Hartford" and'Tamarack Frac" mineral claims Lots 1253b and part of sub tot 3 containing lu the aggregate about four hundred
acres, for irrigation purposes;
J, F. FERROUX
Witness
C. J. Leggatt, Barrister of. Law, Greenwood,
B.C.
William Boyd, Proprietor,     t
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PUBLIC HIGHWAYS
Province of Bxitisii Comimiiia
NOTICE Is hereby given that all Public Highways Iu uuorgiinlzcd Districts, and all Main
Trunk Roads in organized Districts are sixty-
six feet wide, and have a width of thirty-three
feet ou each side of tlio mean straight centre
line of the travelled road.
THOMAS TAYLOR,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C, July 7th, 1911.
"PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT"
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor iu
Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Albert Edward McPb!llIps,K.C.,Presi
dent of the Executive Council: the Honourable
Price Ellison, Minister of Finance; Charles
Henry Lugrln. of the City of Victoria, Esquire:
and .William Harold Malkin.of the City of Vancouver, Esquire, to be Commissioners under the
"Public Inqulrits Act," for the purpose of enquiring into and reporting upon the operation
of the "Assessment Act, 1903," with respect to
its practical bearings on the financial requirements of the Province.
The said Commissioners will hold their meetings on the dates and at the places mentioned
hereunder, namely:���
Victoria at the Executive Council Chamber.
Parliament Building, Monday and Tuesday,
25th and 26th September at 10 a. m. At the
Court-housfl or the Government Office at the
following places:���
Nanaimo, Wednesday andThursday,27thand
28th September.
Vancouver, Frldav and Saturday, 29th aud
30th Septetx ber.
New Westminister, Mondav, 2nd October.
Revelstoke, Wednesday. 4th October.
Golden. Thursday. Sth October.
Cranbrook, Saturday. 7th October,
Fernie, Monday, 9th October.
Nelson, Wednesday, 11th October.
Rossland, Thursday, 12th October.
Grand Forks, Friday, Uth October.
Princeton, Saturday, 14th October.
Merritt, Mondav. 16th October.
Kamloops, Tno'dav, 17th October.
Siininierland, Thursday. 19th October.
Penticton, Friday, 20th October.
Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.
Vernon, Monday, 23rd October.
Ills requested that all persons-who are Interested lu the matter aforesaid, aud who desire
to be heard, will not fall to be present at the
meetings of the Commissioners.
PRICE ELLISON,
Chairman.
Treastirv Department.      -
13th September, 1911.
THE RUSSELL HOTEL
Is pleasantly situated in the heart
of Grand Forks, and is convenient
to all the leading financial and
commercial instituting ofthe city.
Travelers will find it a comfortable
place to sojourn when in the city.
FRED RUSSELL
WINDSOR HOTEL
The Windsor Hotel is one of the
best furnished hotels in the West.
It is located in the heart of Greenwood aud within easy reach of all
the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit
by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete
�� with all modern beverages and
the cafe never closes. Rooms
reserved by telegraph.
The Windsor Hotel Co
E. J. Cartier, Mgr. ,
BULL CREEK HOTEL
One ot the oldest stopping places on the West
Fork. Good accommodation and plenty to eat.
Fish and game dinners
in season. Rooms reserved by telegraph.
GORMAN WEST
Prop.
���as
COUNTY COURT OF YALE.
A SITTING of tho County Court, of Ytvlo will
ho lioldon nt,tho Court Houso, Grcomvood,
on Tnosdny tho 24th day of Octocr, 11)11, nt
cloven o'clock in tho foronoon.
By order,
W. G. McMYNN,
Rcitlsfcrnr 0.0. of Y.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
IN THE MATTER of an Application for
duplicate certificate of Title No. 10405a to parts
of Lots 2. 3, 4., Dlock 10, Map 21, Greenwood.
NOTICE Is hereby given that It is my Intent
Ion at the expiration of one mouth from the
date of the first publication hereof to issue
duplicate certlticatc of Title to said lands to
Graclette Cujanhe, unless In thc meantime I
recolvc valid objections lu writing.
W.H.EDMONDS.
District Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce, Kamloops, B. C,
September 7th, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
IN THE MATTER of an Application for
duplicate Certificate of Title No. 15S9II.1 to Lot
35'.), Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
NOTICE is hereby given that It is my In-
teutlon at the expiration of oue month from
date of the first publication hereof to Issue
Duplicate Ccrtlflciifo of Title to Heury Nicholson, James Iladdlcan and Harrington Price,
unless lu the meantime I shall receive valid
objections thctoto In writing.
W. H. EDMONDS,
District Registrar,
Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C.
Soptcmbor lDtll, 1911.     .
ALEXANDRA HOTEL
OKANOGAN FALLS
This hotel is situated in one
of the most delightful sections of the Okanogan and
provides ample and pleasant
accommodation for thelour-
ist, 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, B. C.
The  Really Best House
in the Boundary.
Recently Remodelled and
Strictly Up-to-Bate.
Restaurant in connection
ROY & BOYER
PROPS. >jt'.if'j'i' ������������������������������������������������- J-Wri! "ffttBi^Sftr **S  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SALE OF CROWN-GRANTED MINERAL CLAIMS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  I IIRREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 6th clay of November, A. D. 1911, at the hour of two o'clock  in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Rossland, I shall offer for sale, at public auction, the Crown-  Gran led Mineral Claims, hereinafter set out, of the persons 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 due is not sooner paid.  UST ABOVE MENTIONED--GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWNER  B.,Caul- 1  Leycaux, J. >   R.  Kerby, Forbes M   Enterprise & Anchor Mines Ltd  Rosenhaupt, Sidney   Rosenhaupt, Sidney   "Edmund T. Wickwire    riuinph'rey, J. M. & Desrosiers, J  field, J. J., Parker, F. II  it Livcrtnore, C. J   Paton, J. N. & Kerby, V. M & Thonias, A  Wood, Robert    Greden; John N :   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   Hallett,!. II   Stuart, A., Kerby. F. M., McMynn, W. G. [  & Lye, Henry : : j"  Kerby, Forbes M   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Wickwire, H. P   Wood, Robert  '...:  Skylark Development Co., Ltd   Diamond, William & Spankie, Dr. J. E   Johnson, S. M., Haas, J, C. & McCarren, L  Enterprise and Anchor Mines, Ltd   C!reenwood 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   Haas, J. C, Thomas, A. R., Paton, J. N., 1  as Admistrators ot the 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.. Kerbv, F. M. & Thomas, A. R.  Estate W. B.'Paton, Kerby, F. M , Thomas, |_  A. K I  Kerb}', Forbes M   Shallenberger, H. H, & Parsons, I. M   Rosenhaupt, Sidney ...-.   Wickwire. H. P   Cosgriff, C. & Mclntyre, M   Wickwire, H. P   Mclntyre, Murdoch      Haas, J. C. Jt Johnson, S. M   Wickwire; E. T. & Erwin, Jas. T   Greden,  J. N., Johnson, S. M., Naden, G  K. & B. A. Development Co., Ltd   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M.  Benerman,  S.,  Gulley,   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.-   NAME OF CLAIM  Ajax .....  Anchor .,  Arcadia..  Astoria ..  Barbara  LOT NO.  Barrow  Big Monte  ...  Bonnie Belle  Boston     Bruce    Bull Dog    Bullion   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 Rcco    Montrose Fraction  Moreen Fraction  ...  Morning Star   Mountain View   Mullen    Nightingale   No. 4   North End     Optic   Owl.   it  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  31.34  817  1290  1239  880  2854 '  913  3-258  865  1553  2150  .1102  597  764  2-2S9  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  TAXHS  SI 3 00  13 00  5 fiO  12 75  7 25  8 00  10 75  13 00 *  13 00  13 00  8 00  10 50',  5 75  10 00  2 SO  COSTS  9  5  4  8  3  7  11  00  00  25  25  25  00  75  11 50  10 50  9 25  7 75  13 00  11 75  8 75  9 75  12 50  S 75  12 00  12 25  12 75  7 50  13 00  8 00  13 00  9 50  8 50  9 50  4 75  13 00  8 00  11 50  13 00  8 75  8 00  13 00  2 SO  4 00  11 25  S2 00  2 ro  2 00  2 00  ' 2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 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  TOTATv  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICT  SI 5 00  15 00  7 SO  14 75  9 25  10 00  12 75  15 00  15 00  15 00  10 00  12 50  7 75  12 00  4 50  11 00  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 on 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 uot 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.  ARG������  TWHNEL,  The following persons are reported absent from the district.  NO.  NAME  /  G  10  5  9  00  25  25  25  00  13 75  13 50  12 50  11 25  9 75  15 00  13 75  10 75  11 75  14 50  10 75  14 00  14 25  14 75  9 SO  15 00  10 00  15 00  11 50  10 SO  11 SO  6 75  15 00  10 00  13 50  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.  BOUNDARY MINES  H, B. Cannon returned from  Gloucester and Franklin {camps on  Saturday. He states that the British Columbia Copper company now  has a force of ten men, under the  .superintendence of Palph Poe,  working on the Riverside group.  The shaft is being sunk at an incline of 65 degrees. When a depth  of 00 feet is attained a steam hoist  aud pump will be installed. At  present tho bottom of the shaft is  wet, but no inconvenience on account of water is being experienced.  The construction of the combined  shaft house and blacksmith shop,  which was commenced some time  ago, has now been completed. The  men working at the mine are housed  at the Frauklyn hotel, which the  company has rented from Dr. Kingston. The Riverside is a gold-  copper concentrating proposition.  ���������Grand Forks Sun.  li. C. MINING NEWS  "Paw.   are there  microbes   in  sugar-  "Yes, Bobby."  (Thoughtful pause) "Well, I  don't blame 'em paw."���������Chicago  Tribune.  A. Mutz, of Fernie, B. C, and  lG. H. Scott, are opening tip their  large and valuable coal property  at the south-west portion of Blairmore, immediately west of the  West Canadian Collieries' immense  coal lands and have already several  experienced miners at work driving  a tuunel on a seven-foot seam of  high grade coal. This new coal  property runs two miles south of  the C.P.R. and has a half mile  frontage. There are four large  coal seams on the property all of  which may be very easily worked.  The seams have a pitch of 45 degrees, south-west, and strike north  and south.  That the new concentrator at  the Monarch mine, near Field, is  completed is the statement of W.  J. Van Houten of Vancouver. Mr.  Van Houten stated that the mill  would have a capacity of 50 tons  per day and that it was of the most  modern type. Power is developed  by meaus of a four-foot wheel supplied with water through a 1,500-  feet pipeline. The motor develops  245 horsepower. The mill is equip-  Is a protection and guarantee  against alum which is found in  the low priced baking powders.  To be on the safe side when buying  baking powder, examine the label and  take only a brand shown to  be made  from Cream of Tartar.  ped with a new type of crushing  plant and the mine and mine buildings will in future be lighted with  electricity. c  British Columbia's premier  smelter at Trail treated during the  year ending Juno 30th last, 3SS,774  tons of ore and concentrates which  returned a gross value of metal  contents of $4,43S,000. Of this  gross value 55 per cent, was represented by gold. This shows a reduction of about 25 per cent, in  tonnage and values on the previous  years. Since 1S94 this smelter has  treated 2,S47,45S tons of ore, which  produced ������47,084,318 of metals.  The Consolidated has recently purchased the assets at Rossland of  the Le Roi Mining Company for  the sum of 8250,000 torn the  liquidator, A. J. McMillan. The  smelter plant at Northportisyet to  be disposed of.  Report has it that former TJ. S.  Senator Clark is going to ereet a  large zinc smelter near Butte. He  lias spent several months abroad  and it is now learned that one of  the purposes of his visit was to  examine tho zinc plants of Europe  with the idea of getting the latest  methods adopted for the treatment  of zinc ores.  Ore is being shipped from the  No. 1 mine at Ainsworth.  The Trail smelter has taken an  option on the Black Diamond and  Little Donald mines in the Ainsworth camp.  The Hobson Co. is operating Jthe  I Hector and Delia, at Ainsworth  and the Lillie B. near Slocan City.  On the latter property 8 men are  employed. On the Delia, at  Ainsworth, 7 men are at work.  Upon tho Hector 600 feet of crosscut tunnel have been driven, the  lead was struck a short time since  and drifting is now going on with  better indications of ore every day.  The opening up of the Standard  mine at Silverton has resulted in  the operation of the Alpha and the  Anacorts properties which were  prospected by the Standard's four  tunnels, which traversed the other's  property. James McNaughfc, .|of  New York, who is the principal  owner of the Alpha and Anacortes,  has just paid tho mine a visit, with  tho object of making suitable  Arrangements with the Standard  company to permit his ore being  5  14  3S  47  r>2  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  4L5  57  162  241  254  296  639  195  384  Ailing, Henry George   ..-.   Bailey, Edgar   Black, John   Boomer, Linwood    Braithwaite, Athol E   Cunningham, George   Elsmore, Harold      Ewing, Alexander Robert Bruce  Eraser, Wellesley   Fuller, John     Granberg, Fritz       Hook, Arthur Harry    :  Jewell, William   Johnson, Iver   Julsrud, John Olson      King, John James      Laws, Charles William  '   L,ilja, Alexander      Manchester, David    Vlaynard, George   Medill, Harry C   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      Hambly, 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  Green wood  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  Green wood  Midway  Midway  The Argo Tunnel adjoins  the townsite of Greenwood  and can be reached in a few  minutes walk from the centre, of the city. Tourists and  mining men are always welcome at the workings.  OLA LOFSTAD, President.  <**^������������������������0������������������a������������������������������<*������������������������������#8>������<  !! Get your Razors Honed  and your Baths at  Frawley's  Barber . .  j!      Shop, Greenwood,  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokano  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  P- m- Arcihe ' Gillis/  <n  W. F..M.  Greenwood Minors  Union, No. 22, W.  _       , F. 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  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  ^  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  OFFICE at FRED B. HOLMES'  J. McDONELL, Proprietor  MANUFACTURING JEWELER,  Department'in the Interior. N ELSON, B*G<  shipped   through the    Standard's  tunnels and over the latter's tram.  News was received'in Revelstoke  recently of a strike that had been  made by Dave Morgan on the  Chance mineral claim. The property is an extention of the famous  Triune mine and is in the same  belt as the Silver Cup. Work  during the summer has been confined chiefly to driving a tunnel to  tap a rich vein of grey copper at  depth. A short . time ago Mr.  Morgan struck six inches of high  grade ore and the indications point  to enlargement of the ore bearing  area. Assays of 200 ounces of  silver and $5 gold> have been obtained from surface ore and on a lower  vein 400 oz. silver ore has been  found.  P. J. Higcins, who has big mining interests in the Babine district,  came in from his claims this week  and is arranging to go down to  Rossland in West Kootenay to  spend the winter with his family.  Mr. Higeins is sole owner of the  Last Chance group, wliich is within a mile and a half of James  Cronin's big property. Mr. Hig-  gins has been developing his claims  this summer. The work was in  the way of tiinnelp, shafts and open  cuts. He has taken out SO tons ol  ore and has about 3,000 tons blocked out. Mr. Higgins, Mr. Cronin  and others will make an effort to  have a wagon road built from  Aldermero to the Babine range a  distance of about 25 miles, and  this will give them an outlet to the  railway. The grade will be a very  easy one.���������Hazelton Colonist.  Leadville capital will install three  dredges to work placer ground in  the Omiiii'ca district, 120 miles  from Hazelton.  George Henderson, of Slocani  City, who is perhaps one of the  best practical authorities on mining  in the boundary country, looked  over the mineral claims located  near the Port - George townsite,  last week. He stated that, in his  opinion, there was not three  hundred feet of the formation in  place. The claims are located in a  lime dyke,-which can be traced for  miles. That values may exist  thore in paying quantities Mr.  Henderson does not dispute. -The  method of surveying about 100  mineral' claims on ninety-five per  cent,  of wliich   no  development  MQUOK   ACT,  Sec.in.  1910.  .NOTICE is hereby Riven that, on the lirst  (lay of December next, application will be made  ^tI,1'3���������S,,,'^?i,,|i?n<le"t/>r provincial Police for  tlie (>rant or ii licence for the sale of liquor by  wholesale brand upon the promises known as  U'0./*:1 'vyr SpniiB Brewery, situate at Anaconda,  British Columbia, upon tbe lands described as  lots i, am i in block 15. sub-division plan No. 21  Dated this 13th day of October. 1911.  OSCAR IIAETMANN,  Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT.  Sec. 35.  1910  NOTICE In hereby- given that, on the first  Jay of December next, amplication will be made  to the SnperinteiuUnt of Provincial Police, for  the jrrant of a licence for the sale of liquor bv  retail, in and upon the premises known as the  Windsor Hotel, situate at Denoro, B. C, upon  laiuls described as Denoro townsit;.  Dated this 17tli day of October, 1911.  WILLIAM PHILLIPS,  Applicant.  The great northern interior yet  awaits discovery. The new venturous pioneers, who have penetrated  it, brought back reports full of  promise. A mine of information  about it was lost when J. W. Has-  kins died on his way to what he always insisted was the greatest discovery of mineral ever made in  North America. He was one of  the best prospectors British Columbia ever know, and he had a chiv-  alric regard for his spoken word  Those who knew him best feel the  most certain that thero are wonderful things to be found in the little  explored regions in which the  Stikine and Liard rise. ���������Victoria  Colonist.  t P. BURNS & 6  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish,  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of  Boundary and Kootenay.  A COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD *  ���������FAMOUS PEOPLE _  A man who had considerable  difficulty in arousing his son in the  mornings,"carefully stole upstairs  to the darkened room one morning  and administered a good sound  spanking. Returning to the kitchen he informed his wife of the circumstance. "Well that settles  it," she said; "we'll have to get  another cook. Willie didn't come  home last night, and I had the  girl occupy his room."  work has been   done,  flim-flam   promotion  J?ort George HcraljJ.  smacks of  methods.���������  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 liim 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,  Cares 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.  And when he dies, go plant him deep  That nothing may disturb his sleep,  Where no rude clamor may dispel  That quiet that lie 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 Jjes  A fossil, who did not advertise."  _ . .<��������� .>'���������/| j.', . ,..T,*f.-|.ri ia-t,*)������.v  THOMAS A, EDISQH  The World's Greatest Inventor  The eight hundred or more patents credited to Thomas A. Edison means  one for every three weeks of his fifty-eight years, and even this calculation  Is unjust to his mechanical genius, for it does not include his many Inventions which never ventured into the publicity that patents demand.  This wizard of invention was a model of precocity. Born at Alva, Ohio,  he had only ono teacher���������his mother; at seven he became a wage-earner; at  eleven ho was reading Newton's "Principia"; at twelve he was a newsboy on  the Grand Trunk Railway, and in an improvised laboratory In the baggage  car he began to dabble in chemistry. A broken bottle of sulphuric acid filled  the olr with an odor that was unspeakable, and the cruel "hands of the conductor registered his disapproval by a brutal blow on the ear of the young  disclplo of science, which made him deaf for life.  He soon learned telegraphy and became so expert that tho most rapid  ���������perators on the lino could not rattle him by their fiercest speed, and all  taken down in his small, clear, copper-plate writing. He showed then the remarkable ability to meet any situation instantly and perfectly. "When he was  in Canada, and the terrible storms cut off all telegraphic communication, and  it was necessary to get word to Sarnler, an American town across the "border,  he mounted a locomotive and "tooted" a telegraphic message again and again  until the answer came.  His first patent was for a machine for recording votes for the State  Legislature. It worked perfectly, but it was the very thing the Legislature  most cordially did not want. In the same year he went to New York friendless, penniless, in debt, hungry, -.'xjtsore and heart-weary at times, but with  eyes wide open for chances. The Laws Gold Reporting Co., that reported  stock transactions, had an accident that put all its machinery out of commission. Wall Street patrons fretted, chafed, grew frenzied at the delay*  Young Edison diagnosed the difficulty, treated It Instantly, and was at once  known and recognized. A short time later he had a $���������10,000 check In hia  pocket for a stock ticker he invented.   Then real life began for him.  To tell of his inventions in a few lines is like seeking to condense a  library Into an epigram; but mention must be made of multiplex telegraphy.  Incandescent electric lighting, the phonograph, moving pictures1, the "microphone, the taslmeter, the odoroscopo, electrio pen, his storage cattery, tho  megaphone, which list faintly suggests a hoot of others.  InUril KcanllDf lo let of tha FwlUmtat of Unuli, la Un ������������r IHI, ���������/W. ft tltlk, tt I'm Stputaut ofittiotitll*!  '���������y^A'V.v'^Jia^*^    "       v^}������������������ti^JsHr!St������i������i^rks^^/r-  1'JAftW-.1 11^' IIJC'JUIPI'^LJLUllI'Vf I  ' J,-.JJVWH***V: "   ���������- --  KSHPy

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