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The Ledge Sep 5, 1907

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 :t,">-l\  -.\  '      REGINA   WATCHES  AT ALL PRICES.    .'   ' '" '    ' ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  ��������� v :   a; Logans co.~  WATCHMAKERS AND ,   JEWELERS  . f <������. t'- -,���������-���������-.  /IfZrxspt^,  z**-^^1  :F0.1 RHEUMATISM AND WET WEATHER PAINS   '  Use WUie's Menthol.and Mustard Liniment. '   gOnly 35c a Bottle at  WHITEXBROS.'    ..__   '  DRUGGISTS. OPTICIANS.  - vnmrr TtTWJK  Vol XIV.  GREENWOOD, B..C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1907.  No. #j  'Of Local Interest  Dr. Mathison, dentist.' is out of  town until October.    ���������''  ���������  Jas. McGregor, mine inspector,  was in Greenwood this week.  P., left this  >-.  A,  Duncan  Ross,  M  week for a trip through the Sim-  ilkameen.     '' ���������      -   .  Ed.. McCutcheon left Monday  for Ithaca, N: Y., to resume his  studies at Cornell. '.",  . Cole's air-tight heaters, at Ilun-  ter-Kendrick's���������the acme of stove  construction.  Born���������In Greenwood, Wednesday, September 4, to Mr. and Mrs.  Julius Kollmar, a daughter.  . Duncan McIutoslTrefcurncd from  the coast Monday and expects to  leave for Minneapolis iu a, few  days.     -  J. P. McLeod,, the well known  barrister,' expects to leave for  Seattle this week to receive treatment for his eyes.  Mrs. Geo. "Wellwood returned  the past week after a three-months'  visit with" friends in Dundalk and  Sault Ste Mario, Out.  t Jas. C. Dale returned this week  from Carmi. The colonizing  scheme is progressing favorably  and it is expected a hundred families will settle on "the West Fork  next spring.  - The Kettle River and South'  Okanagan Pioneers society will  hold their annual reunion in  Eagles' hull, Grand ,Forks, Monday, September 16th. The C. P.  R. will give reduced fares to those  attending.  There will J be a meeting of the  .Liberal Conservative association of  the Greenwood electoral district,  at the Imperial hotel, Monday  evening next. All Conservatives  in the district are requested to be  present.   '  Fred Star-key, the commission  merchant of Nelson, .was in the  ^ city Monday. Mr. Starkey, as  president qf the Nelson hoard of  trade is getting information in  reference to the coke situation, and  hopes to have a." thorough investi-  by the government..  Died���������In Greenwood on the 2nd  inst., Hector Calver," aged .'30, of  typhoid and Bright's disease. Deceased was a member of Boundary  Falls Miners union. Tho funeral  took place Wednesday afternoon,  the members of the union having  charge. Services were liejtl in the  Presbyterian church.  The case of McDonel vs. Mcln-  Ins was tried before ITis Honor  Judge Brown Tuesday last. Some  time ago McDonel purchased a  horse, buggy and harness from a  a man named Wood. Shortly, after this Mclnnes claimed tho outfit aud took the , horse out of Mc-  Donel's stable, and the latter entered action to decide ownership.  Judgment for defendant, with out  damages. A. M. Whiteside for  plaintiff, Ernest Milter for defendant.  Frank Steel left on today's train  for Coutleb B. C- Last evening  after tho regular lodge business,  the members of Greenwood lodge,  Knights of Pythias, gave him a  a banquet in the Pacific Cafe. Air  expressed regret at his departure  and wished him success in his new  homo. This morning tho members of tho Greenwood Miners'  union presented Frank with ii gold  watch, in token of their. appreciation of his services t'o the union  and unionism. Tho Ledge joins  liia many friends in wishing him  fticcess.  , "Cariboo Brand" Tape Guttn,  Perclia Fuse, is the highest grade.  Hunter-Kendrick'Co. are' distributors.       - . '   \  Wl' G. Gaunc'e made a flying  trip to Chesaw, Wash., the past  week. . .       ���������   ���������  Born���������In Greenwood,. Monday,  Sept. 2nd," to Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Axam, a son.  Thos. Henderson and E. ' G.  Cummings came down from the  West Fork this week.  MayorBunting has taken over  the local business of the Yale Columbia Lumber company.  Regular services, morning, and  evening will be held in the Presbyterian church .next Sunday,  r P. Welch, the railway .contractor was iu t\\e district this week  aud went west over the V.,V. &E.  Norman McLeod returned Tuesday from Winnipeg, where he was  called on account of the serious  illness of his sister.  Owing to.rush of job work and  the absence of the editor on a  business trip to the coast, The  Ledge is a day late this .week.  Rev. and Mrs. Rutherford returned this week after-a month's  outing near Kaslo, and regular services will be held in the Methodist  church next Sunday.  A marriage license was issued at  the government oflico. on the 3rd  inst. to Axel Spcngburg and Annie  Bergstrom, both of Denoro. The  marriage took place today.  Oliver Bordeau was instantly  killed Wednesday evening by falling from the third story window  of a house in Anaconda, breaking  his neck. Deceased was about  sixty years of age.  Mrs. J. R. Jackson and daughter  Barbara of Midway  left Saturday  last for the coast,   where Barbara  will attend  high  school and Mrs.  Jackson   will  spend  a  couple   of  months visiting friends lit the coast.  .   Monday  evening last Eugene P.  P. Shea and Esther Swanson were  married in  Phoenix  by  the  Rev.  -Father- Hartmann.      The   newly  married couple were serenaded by  several  hundred of the people of  Phoenix.  Geo. W. Smith of Kettle Falls,  Wash., was in the city this week,  lie is interested in a company  which intends to erect a sawmill on  the Kettle river next season. The  mill will have a, daily capacity of  LOO. 000 feet.  The machinery for'tho Crescent  mine arrived this week and will be  in [place before the end of the  month. The electric motor will be  125-horsepower, and this will furnish power for a 7-tlriII compressor,  hoist, otc.  H. P. Robinson, of Sussex, N.  B., editor of the Maritime Farmer,  spent a few days in town tho past  week, the guest of A. D. Hallett.  Mr. Robinson is making a tour of  the west, and has visited the principal points in tho Northwest.  John Duguid, aged 27, died in  tho hospital on tho 2nd inst. Deceased was a native of Abordeen-  shirn, Scotland. 'Tho funeral took  placo this afternoon, the Miners'  union having charge .-of the arrangements, and services being  held in tho Presbyterian church.  'It. J. Sidley, J. P., and Miss N".  W. Fnusett of Belfast, Ireland,  were married in St. Judo's church  hero today, Rev. Leach-Porter,  rector, performing tiro ceremony.  The parties were engaged when the  groom  left  Ireland   some  thirty  years   ago.      The   Ledge' wishes  them happness.  There were strenuous doings at  the city council last evening, each  alderman apparently having appointed himself a special grievance  committee'and there was a general,  round up. The municipal laundry  was thoroughly washed.' These  little family quarrels do no ��������� par;  l-ic'ular harm providing they are  not of too frequent occurrence. All  the grievances were, finally satisfactorily settled.  A-lthongh the weather was.any-  thing but favorable, a large number went to Curlew lake on the  Labor Day. A plesent day was  spent, only one light shower inter-  fering.with the splendid programme  of sports. The Greenwood Concert band furnished music. 'The  excursionists got back to Greenwood about midnight; A delay of  several hours took place near  Grand Forks, waiting for' a locomotive to arrive from Midway.  W. R. Morris of -London, Eng.,  representing a syndicate of English capitalists, R. A. Bain bridge  of Vancouver, C. P. R. divisional,  engineer, and L. M. Rice, engineer  of Seattle, are in town, after a tiip  over the. surveyed line of the Midway and Vernon railway. Mr.  Morris will report on the possibilities of the district served by  the proposed railway! and on his  report, which cannot be but favorable, . depends the action to be  taken by the 'syndicate.���������Vernon  News.  A ceo mi tin* "the  Victoria  exhibition,   Victoria,   B.   C,  September  2-1   to 28, the'C. P.R.. will   make  the following   reduced   round, trip  from .Green wood���������$21. S5.   Tickets  on sale 20th  to 24th, good  to return October 3rd.     For  the   Provincial exhibition  at  New  Westminster.   Octobea 1, 2, 3, 'I and o,  round  trip  rate  from Greenwood  SliUfj.    Tickets on  sale  September 27th  to  October  3rd,  good to  return  October   10th.    These arc  cheap rates  to  the  coast���������round-  trip tickets alb less than single fare.  Call on local agent for particulars.  number of entries have been made  and this part of the' programme  bids fair to be a great drawing  card.  From all indications this year's  fair promises to outrival its predecessors not only,in number of entries, but in tho attendance.  Cheap excursion rates have been  arranged on all ' transportation  lines. The attention'of all those  intending to exhibit is called to  the fact that all entries must bo in  the hands of the'secretary not later  than Saturday 14th.-  A new phase of tho Chinese question has developed in Victoria.  Chinese children have asked pcr-  misssi'on to attend the public  schools in that city. Should this  be granted they would^ in case of  children' pf immigrants, be entitled to a refund of the poll tax.  Following is the clause in the Dominion Chinese Immigration act  which affects the case:  "Persons of Chinese 'origin  claiming on their- arrival to be  students, but who are unable to  produce the requisite certificate as  hereinbefore provided Jor, shall be  entitled to a refund of the tax exacted from them on the production, within eighteen month's from  the date of their arrival in Canada,  of certificates from teachers in any  school or college in Canada, showing that they are or have' been for  at least one year bona fide students  in attendance at such school or  college."  ���������By-rcftaon of tho above, .(.ho province is compelled to pay the cost  of educating these Chinese who in  twelve months enter the labor market, the Dominion government refunding the head tax without recouping the province for the expense it incurs.  Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen at their recent convention, in  which they demand that the government take immediate steps to  exclude Asiatic laborers from Canada ; and, bo it further  Resolved, that the-influx of  cheap Asiatic labor, although it  will divert"!* stream of gold into  tho pockeis of a few large'holders  of capital, is an injury to white  labor imd detrimental to the public welfare, and that, we urge upon  the government; the necessity of  retaining Canada as a white manis  country, with a white man's  standard of living, by preventing  the entrance or importation of  Asiatic laborers. -  ' Committee: in'" Rw'oi,C,:'  [On-as. W. Shaw-  J. L. Coles has all kinds of  school books and supplies for sale,  and all the children know- where  to find his store.  N1.  ii  |   ilines'-and Prospects. , 1  SLIGHTLY IN ERROR.  NELSON FAIR.  The Fifth Annual Nelson Fruit-  Fair will be opened on Wednesday,  September ISth, at 1 o'clock, by  Premier McBride, and will continue for three days.  The  display of fruit this  year  promises to be larger than  ever,  and will show the immense possibilities of the ' Kootenay district'in  this line.    In the amusement line  a change- from  former years  has  been made by the "directors.    Tho  Nat Keiss Carnival  company, who  carry several large and varied acts,  have been engaged to give two free  performances daily in front of the  grand "stand.    In addition  to this  they   will   have numerous   other  shows, including a  Ferris wheel.  This company has been  playing at  tho    various      fairs    throughout  the Territories and  comes highly  recommended.     The    prizes    for  horse races have been considerably  increased   this   year.     The   open  races will consist of  # mUo,  purse  $250;.} mile,   purse $225, anil I  mile,.purse 8200; besides a-} mile  local horse- race.    All races will ho  run best two heats in threo.    This  year's fair has been   made' the occasion to organ i'/o an association of  the fire chiefs of the different cities  of the province, and  iu connection  Liberal  Conservative  Association  GREENWOOD   DIST.  NOTICE.  A meeting of the, Liberal Conserve-  tive association for the Greenwood,  electoral district will be held in the hn-  perinl hotel, Greenwood, .-it 8 p. m. on  Monday, Oct.  15  More Cole's . air-tight heaters  giving satisfaction than all other  makes combined. Sold exclusively  by irunler-Ivendrick Co.  For Sale���������Two good mil'< cows  for sale for SI00 cash. Jersey (j  yeais, and Holstein S years old.  Inquire at Ledge office.  Consider tint fact that in placing  your grocery order with us you  get the best selection from the  largest assortment and freshest  stock .in the city. Russell-Law-  Caul field Co.  IN THE SLOCAN.  From Sandon conies news of a  new find on the Reco. It is an  18-inch body of ore' this time and  gives an assay value of 1,140 oz-  in silver to the ton.  The streak of high-grade oro in  No. i) level,- Humbler, which was  was about, a foot wide, has widened to IS inches.  In its- last  issue  the   Boundary  Creek Times was slightly' iu   error  in   its statement  that   "the  Sudbury   mine  was  going  to   install  something novel  in   the   form of a  suction fan the idea being to  force  bad air out of a mine rather  than  force good air into 'it."    In an interview with E. G. Warren, manager of the Electric Light company,  we learn that tho Providence mine  installed aii  exhaust  fan   in 11)0:5,  while Duncan   Mcintosh was man-,  ager of tho property.    The E P D"  next   installed   one.    Then   came  the Strathmore,  the Crescent, and  latterly   the  Fremont.    All these  are suction fans, the only  novelty  in connection with them   being the  use, of a portion of tho.   discharged  air for blast in the forgo.-. ' This is  used by  the  Crescent. Strathmore  and Fremont  with  "great   success.  None,  of  the  small   propertic-i   in"  this section using fans have adopted   anything   but   exhausters,   as  practice has shown   that  by   blowing air into a   mine  only  a small  area around   the  end   of the  discharge pipe is   ventilated.    This is  especially   true   iu    I lie    summer  months, when   the  temperature of  the'air blown in   is   higher than in  the   mine.     Being  lighter  it  immediately rises through   the  shaft  and never  reaches  the  lace of the  drifts.    As it is  impossible  to extend piping except within a limited  distance of where blasting is going  on, the exhaust fan is used, which  causes    a    decrease,    of   pressure  through a very extended area, and  the   fresh   air   from    the   surface  rushes down the shaft and replaces I  the air moved hy'the  fan.    It will!  sold cheap in all the district for  the treasury to remain in a heal thy  condition. Market made for  treasury stock is not frequently  converted into one for the promoters sjock to the detriment of  mine and camp. And yet we  know of no district with better  showings thautfae hill cast of  Bolster.In the h ill west we have  Htlie confidence.  A remarkably promising property,-owned by the Richards family, is now being developed about  a mile east of town, known as the  Tamarack.  Two shifts are employed, and  the ledge known to be at least 5  feet wide is yielding- an ore that  runs from $(>0 to $S0in all values,  largely gold and silver. A fair  development' fund has been provided and when this is exhausted  the property will be sufficiently  developed to enable judgment to  be passed as to whether inc- .,������,.-  ation wiil be justified-. At present  the outlook is very favorable to  the  property becoming  a mine.  The Grant sou th east of Bolster ���������  on Copper mountain, recently  equipped in a firs': class manner  is looking particularly well, and  a line body of good ore is iu  sight. Many other claims on the  hill are showing fine under development and some day this  mountain will be a great ore producer. When that day comes,  the regeneration of Bolster will  come too, but until then it must  remain a street of deserted houses,  It certainlylooks at present as if it  had nervous prestation. Its beauty  ofsite however remains unimpaired and in this regard it challen-  The  most   importand   develop- Ullis "^"^ e'ven^thot.gb thoJ '* o"  the ^^ the ^'j  inent .m  the  mining line during sm.filC0   ail.    th       h   .       ,. h    j    Copper    Mountain   on     Myers  ,,     ���������   ,        .   .. . , * '.  ! Creek will certainly in   due  tunc  temperature, is lighter than the air ',  Af .i       -       ��������� ,    ��������� I become a mining camp of  nnoor-  of the mine, as soon  as   the fan is I , ., , ������    .    '.    ,.  .  . '    . ���������  ,      I tance, the surface indications  on  put- in   operation  an   area of  low1  past week comes from Ainsworth,  in which camp A. D. Wheeler,  late owner of the. Krao, has again  made a new find, this time on the  Gallagher, which property he has fl.()m  owned since the S'0's. The newly  found ore body approximates two  feet wide at the face of the north  drift, but shows a tendency to  become wider at the floor. Mr.  Wheeler admits that its extent at  at this, time is problematical, further   drifting,    of    course,   being  necessary   to   definitely   establish  Business:   l, General: 2. To arrange  *be importance or  non-importance  of the  new  discovery.    Theorei.-f.  pressure is c.-eated and the air  above is then heau'e.r. Tf  the difference of temperature of the  mine and surface air is v^ry great,  positive power blowers, such as are  used in connection with bla;-t furnaces, replace the fans.  Copper Mountain discounting  the Bouabary at a -similar stage  of development. A spur of the  V. V. & E. was started from  Myucaster to Bolster last spring  but has not been completed.  A railway is- necessary to the  camps development.  for a full representation from each polling subdivision in the tliutrict to  attend tho Xoininatimr Convention,  which will be held in Kamloopson the  27tl^iiist, and !���������?, to arrange for a reception to Hon. |{. I j. Doi-dcn on tlm occasion of bis visit to tho district.  All Conservatives in itbc district arc  requested to bo present.  DIJXCAX,"AicINTOSH, President.  K.G. WAItKEN.Secrutnrv.  About   20    men  arc employed  on the Jewel in long Lake camp.'  Mr.. E. G.   Cummings   reports  , Asiatic Labor.  Whereas, the amount paid for  labor is governed by the amount  required by the laborer to live, and  tho the degree of skill necessary to  perforin the work ; and, ���������  Whereas, the amount paid for  unskilled labor, when; the workers are not protected by unions, is  governed by tho cost of living to  the lowest grade of laborers employed upon'the work ; and,  Whereas,  our modern   civilization has educated the white laborers of this country   to   a  higher  with the organization a Firemen's I standard  of living than  that en-  tournament/hns   been   arranged, joyed by Asiatic  laborers, so that  If  the money   that  has been  spent iu the most desultory  manner in miniug about   II dster, had  been concentrated on any  one of  ,. ,. , , fa  dozen  claims near   town,   the1 the Xapanee looking well.  Some  "^S���������! ll]ghsnide'bei"? I prospects  are that  a good  mine-very tine ore has been taken from  would ere this have been   opened '' the claim,  up and  the  country   have   been!  given that much good instead of A ver-v ''ne le;ul of orc 1,as  so niuchtiuhappvadvertisiug. Oa- beeu encpuntered-on the Rob Roy  positc-Bolster <m the west is'a otle of the S;iU-v ffroup, brr Wal-  rauge of hills extending to Chesaw, on  the  south   a:id   away to-  very similar in appearance and  texture to some very high-grade  ore that was'Tvhippcd from (he  property in the SO's.���������Kaslo  Kootenaian.  White Pros. are. displayingcrudt  carbolic acid  at 'Joe. a bottle, and  lace Mountain.  The Cariboo-Mclvinney liudsit  -chlpride of lime at l;Je. a package j wards _ Mols.en westerly-where' ajdiflicult to secure and retain a  this .week. Get some and disinfect, j '''irgeainouulonnoneyhas gouein-: full force of men.  .   .���������   ., "~. .",    ;   .   "   . ���������! to the ground, but not enough in;0f the ca  All  the  lates    designs  .���������  wall | aKy one clah��������� t0 llla|cc it.a  j\      |������l  papers are for sale by McRae Bros. ;Atdiircrci]t   timc-   ^  east^ot. i  Have your  house  pnpeied  before  i'he isolation  mp appears to   get   on  the  snow comes.  Regina watches for everybody a I  alljprices.    A. Logan & Co.  ably Ohio and Indiana have sent  liberal contributions to.the Camp  but it is doubtful if any one  pro-j  ThomasCurrie and W. II. Ram-  bo believe -in hard work when  conditions justify in.    They   are  consisting of speed races, ' wot  tests, etc,, for which large cash  prizes aro being given, together  with a cup, to bo known as the  "Championship Cup of the Pacific  Coast," ami'which will have to be  won two'years in succession.    A  a white man will slarve bodily and  mentally, where a Mongolian or  llindo will thrive; be it therefore  Resolved, that we, the members  of Greenwood Miners' union No.  22, W. F. M., do heartily endorse  the    resolution    passed   ���������hy   the Law- Caulfleld Co  Tho llunter-ICendiick Co. are  offering a magnificent line of heating stoves and steel ranges at extremely low prices.  Willie and Papa.  Willie���������Papa,   if  I   am  will I go to the bad place?  Twickenham���������Certainly  . Willie���������Ii was thinking how* fat-  away you and I would he from mother.��������� Woman's    Home Companion.  We'iire sole agents for  MoitcH'k  "Iowa's   Pride"   meats.    Ilusaell-  pcrty is yet beyond the experimen-j now *bwu (,������ feet ������������^b������ Relief  a   nar,  Why?  lal stage.  Several properties have been  good stock certificate producers  i but as yet have output little else.  Tin/Re view, Den flarrisoii, Opal,  Liuleher Boy, Poland China nnd  filulTtoti wimld 'appear to come  under this category. Some of  them may make mines but as yet  little tonnage is iu sight. East  of town a somewhat similar process has been in operation too  and the Uiickliorii, .lack I'ot. Rain,  bow and others are at present  dead    issues    apparently.    Too  and   the   property   looks   well���������  a nice lead of nice ore.  Jas. Kelly is flown from Bcav-  dell. His neighbors on Wallace  Mountain report Kelly's claim  the Buster as. the .finest yet. At  15 feet 'he has 2,k- feci of ore  that assays above $1 .SO.  Work ju progress on the Sally, Rob Roy, Duncan, Relief,  Buster, Kokomo, and other claims  on Wallace Mountain is addiuy  to the fame aud value   of   that  much promoters' stock has been I high grade hill. Greenwooc, 33. C, Sept. 5, 1907.  TRJl GREENWOOD LEDGE.  -V.  SbEm..w        ...       ������  fi  U ill.JLf'i.J  a FALL AND WINTHR.    Our stock of Ladies' Coats and Skirts  f}\ for the coming season has arrived.     It comprises all the latest  j/j and mo-'t up-to-date stylos in all the best and most fashionable  srj cloths.     A  large variety of patterns to choose from and at the  ������< lowo-f possible price consistent with a high standard of quality.   M  t] jig  0  some   day    make   Greenwood   a  second P.utte.  -**  Bkass will glitter just the same  as gold.  we wrote for a paper iu fliat������oit-y  twelve years ago. It is still good  copy, and the spice has not escaped  it, but where is Dave? He- may  be with the multitude on the  A town is known  by the ads in j Sound, or perhaps  he  is  pushing  the local paper.'  1 1L-1 ^ U  O  p Dry Goods.  Millinery. &  A wish man has said death is  only the reconstruction of life's  forces.  Tni-:ui-: is one thing we, will say  in favor of Bill Miner���������he never  held up a coke train.  Mij.vhv is tho root, of all evil, but  nearly* everybody is willing to  build a root-house, to hold it.  THE  SMOKE  Tin-:Kk is a  paper  in   Paris run  entirely   by   women,    it is a great  j /O success and the office towel is ever    ! -* "���������< | bright and clean.  , I     Is published every T'nurMlav at Green- !      mt .      ���������-   1     ���������        >r  jrri>iii   Ib-itish   [  in)   -iiu]'���������       ,   ���������  f.       , ;,       -     :   . ���������     Wh  are  out  ol   luck.    Herein  rlOlll    ImIUMI    l.H;il    illlll . wood,  P.   C , awl the price is ������: a viar,'  _ i>OsUij.rriWl,,iillp.-,rl^.fC.mi<i'a.Uiiiu-.i:t,hcBoiln<llH,y������ i"steB(1   ������f   ���������"������������R  Mainland Cigars c;il) l)C   States, Mexim ami (iiv.-it  HHtnin.   To j a newspaper, wo, should be operat-   -'other conntiius it is sent postpaid   for i ing a coke mine.  SCIMI  Jill   OVCr  British  CO-1 ?3-5������ a-vcar-    Ail.In-rs nil   Idlers to The j ���������    Ledge, Greenwood, 15. C. !     I'-'  all  the Jajis   learn   to   read  3^. I English   Jack   McConncll   of  the  *a*":^' Baturday Sunset will have to hunt'  lumnia.  Wn  Tietjon R. T. LOWERY, "^  iiKi'avs rhem in Vaneou-  Vf  Xnf,  Darlino-  sells  II.cm mi tilts road  pus: isher.  GKKHN'U'OOI;,   H. C,   Sl-l'T.   5,   iyo;  CK.VIl'S AND MONEY.  for the Green timber.  Puitisii C'oi.UMiii.v will soon h.ave  the best methods in the, world for  treating tuberculosis. This will  injure Los Angeles.  Tin-: rush   of  tenderfoot  is  dis-  clouds with the angels. If Dave  is still on this .mundane sphere wo  wish he would wrifo and admit  the fact.  Disi'atciiks in the daily press  state that the smelter at boundary  Falls is to be enlarged to a capacity of o,000 tons a day, while the  Oranby smelter af (Jrand Forks is  to be enlarged to .">,000 tons a day,  which will make the third largest  smelter in America. Ranchers arc  coming info Cascade, (he railroad  is pushing its way up tho North  Fork of the Kettle river, and the  prospects are ��������� good for the early  construction of the Midway and  Vernon. Surely'the sky is getting  rosy in the Boundary.  ..^...v---"   N THE GARDEN.  '  H? lovo picked flmvnrd one by ono _  While I stood iiuar with my ci|;arotto.  Slio plucked ii roso likii ;i grunt, red sun,  Moneywort, n-jtui'.H and liiignriiiutlo..  ' "Hero is a whim hriei-," she said,  "As white as tho love thai 1 uivo to you."  I plucked u marigold out of tho hod.  "Hero ia a heart Unit is blithe and tru&-  "Blitlm and tnio mid full of the sun."  My lady smiled at, our lair eonwit,  Pnlliny liio ilowei's onu by oao  And ])i-i>nHlug the lliorna beneath her foot.  Tb������ soft linni-s slnlu aci-nsii tho lawn,  ' Aiid she otniKi clunii and boftly said,   -���������  "Wliou tho dim- is dry and tho loavesan- f.ona-,  What, will heeoinoof tho whlto anil thu iedV"  lnd I said: "In a (,-arden the poets know,  When) Uin laughter of youlli Krmys never old,  Wo will M'o the phlox and I he lilies blow  Aad the Hwecllwiei- loving the marigold,  "Wo will walk thn pathways without ������ euro,  Smelling the ioao and tho mignonette,  And you will bo wonderiiill;- kind and fair,  ' A'nd I will bo still ul my eigai-eltnl"  ���������Theodoi'o lfoherts in 'I'lnio and tbo Hour.  MODEST  FIRE HEROES.  Very often genius does not know  I ho value of money and Ihrows it  away. Arlemus Wnrd was- broke j turbing the serenity of Victoria,  uhoii he crossed the divide, and ! Some of them want to plant wheat  Mi-er Ifarto only'had S1..S00.   Edgar! in the flower gardens.  f.Vgtilar     iiiiu.?|i|\     n-i't >m;j.'s   'if  flit-t-nwoi-il ledtic. N<������. '_>>.  A.  I-', iv   Allan Poo died  from   an   excess of j  A.  M. nrc   !���������������������������!.I on lln- firsi Thins- ',,f ''"ze nnd   was' often   without a !  d;t\   in   --in b i.e.i tf.  in Eralernitv  ''ollnr.     And now  comes  the   fol-  li.-ill. Wo.,.; block. (ii-M'i-n'liieiif St..   hn'-jiisr "lory that Ouida, who wrote  (iieenuiwd.     Vi.-itii.g bri'fhi-on are ��������� "Tndi-r Two Fags." is up against  co:dia!!\ invited to attend.  K.  C   U'AIil.'KX  W.  M  .1. S. I'.iuvtK, Secretary.  Too much tea, nietit, coffee, tobacco and hoozerine cause i)0 per  cent, of all the troubles on this  whirling orbit wo call the earth.  tho real granite formation.  Here isJ     "Wi;  have just  hoard   that our  the --torv as told in the daily press :j Cousin Tom is a 'senator.    Sixteen  V. F  i In-i'iivwii'd Miners' I'nioii No.  ���������_'-..' W. I-'. M.. meet--- eveiy Katur-  iia\ e\eiiiu<. ii; I'niou Hall. ('ojiper  Mrect, at 7:.-;').  Alr-o   in   Iliill' at 'Mother   Lode,  niine. ThuiMkiy   evenit.gs at 7:.">0.  Fimm. Siki.i..   rrof-ident.  II. A. Ma'i iTm-von, Secret-try.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  G- EENtf OOD LOCAL NO. 31 1  .Weeis ;"ir--t .inrl tl-.inl Weilncsilays ofevery  inon1.}) ::i Ma^K-. Hall atS p  in.   Visiting  nu-inixT!. cor-lially invitt'l In ,-ittonil.  I-'lt\NK SnCAK.'xc,, T-'in. $vv'y,  Fjx'.ak \\~. Dy.vhs, l'resiilsnt  A  Choice   fruit  LANDS  For -Sale at $10, s]2 and $15  Per Acre.  T  \J a L-LlLf  '���������Ft SON. R. C  The llolcl Slocan  !���������.!-.��������� l-'-iks. Ii. C, !���������> Lh-- JL-.-irlin^'  '���������'>���������- ! uf tin  city      .Moimtiuii troul  .<���������>! i;.-i;;r ilintier- ,i spfiialty.  i'rei:r   .���������������������������-(r\'(! hv ti ii-)4i..pli.  r' ' ���������' i I-'    ','. '" '���������'!'    "inr,  THE ARLINGTON  GCPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None; iMtt the licsl; brands  ��������� of liquors. and cigars.  Morning' brttcors and  and (j'vening- hyballH always within easy reach  of the ' bui-keep."  G. A. DEMPSEY iw.  The Reception. Hotel  In Ciituhorne give.i all its patrons  the purest food, drink .inJ cigars,  James   Lindsley Prop.  "'There was general surprise  and furiosity when it was an-  noit'ieed that Miss Louisa de la  "Riiniee. the. novelist, Ouida. has a  pore-inn of SToO granted to her  from the civil list. It was known  thnt she was forinerlj- wealthy,  we.-ilil-y. having made a fortune  out of her writings. Tt is even a  {irpiiter surprise now to learn that  thp venotahte author (she is 7S)  hiif lieen laterly in sueh poverty  that sonietimes she has been compelled ti> i/o without food.  " rl'hr- FloreiK'P eorrespondpnt of  the P:iilv >rail sends a story of her  recent life. TTe says that until two  yeais airo Miss do la llamee occupied a splendid three-story villa at  at Licca. She was known as  ' The Lady of the Do<rs,' as she in-  vanuhly had thirty, and was always seen with a number of them  around her. Her intense fond-  ne.=^ for dogs, with a certain megalomania, caused her on one occasion  to give a meal of milk, bread and  meat to every dog in Luca. She  paid the bill for this extraordinary  banquet willingly, although heavy  debts were crowding upon her  through her utter ignorance of the  value of money.  " It is stated that on several oc-  "asions at about this time fho went  without food for a whole day. remarking that it was sulllcipiit if  her dogs ate. Frequently her  maid appealed to the owner of the  villa for supper for her mistress. A  ���������dispute with her landlord about  -ome furniture led to three lawsuits,   which  Ouida  won. but the  years ago we borrowed S10 from  him and he. has been lucky ever  since.  Pikkstx once had a, man so tall  that every time, he looked at his  feet ho would get dizzy. Did you  know him, and how much did it  co't you ?  The prospects for Greenwood's  future are growing brighter. Get  in and advertise, and the world  will halt and cast its glances in  our direction.  Tiik rat is probably the greatest  pest that man has to contend with.  The mosquito is bad enough, but-  only does business in the hot old  summer time.  In tho  United  States  the   high  price of flour has led to the use of  a new adulterant.    It  is made out  of white clay and is called minera-  line.    rt cannot he digested and is  injurious   to   the  human  system.  Eager for gain,  many  people  will  do almost- anything to pile up dead  dollars.    To  adulterate,  food with  injurious     materials    is    nothing  short,   of  attempted   murder,   and  should be crushed out with a rope.  White   Hour  will-kill soon enough  without adding clay to it.   ft. fulled  more Indians in  the  States  than  whisko}'.  Tin-: great actor Manslie.ld is sick  with nervous' prostration. A dispatch says that he is taking life  easy, and smoking his pipe. Another dispatch says that, after trying 11111113' kinds of cures, he is trying Christian Science. How he  expects to got cured of nervous  prostration and keep on smoking  tobacco is a puzzle to the wisi>. If  he wiil throw his pipe and money  at tho birds and come to Given-  wood and rustle ads for this paper  for sixty davs wo will guarantee a  cure. Don't let them coddle you,  Manslield. Come out west, wear  a blue shirt and load yoursolf-with  the ozone that is running to waste  around the hills of the   Boundary.  costs, further crippled her purse,  and her landlord then turned her  out.  "After staying at one or two  places she went to a first-class hotel  at Yiareggio. Again thoughtless  expenditures exhausted her resources, and her plight was such that  last .September she passed a night  under the trees on the sea front.  Tho remaining few of her large  family of beloved dogs at her side.  When her maid's mother found  her at f> o'clock in the morning on  the beach she took '������Jier to her  humble cottage at Monti and kept  her there for several months.  " Hut that homeless night on the  cold beach caused Ouida to lose  the sight of her left eye, and also  brought about deafness from which  who has never recovered." ���������  I'iciu'v Godkxuatii is rapidly  becoming the Flarmsworth of  British Columbia. TTe. graduated  from the college of journalism in  New Denver.  And now the sawmill men of B.  0. claim they did not make their  board out of the lumber they sold  in Alberta. Most of them, no  doubt, were in the business to help  the laboring man and the poor  farmers.  Ai-TKit being planned for 200  years work commenced the other  day on the. Cape Cod canal away  back in New Kngland. This should  infuse hope into the people of  North Vancouver, who want a  bridge across the second Narrows.  School books, slates, pencils,  scribblers of all kinds for sale by  J. L. Coles. r  The Kootenay Belle is not a girl.  It is a cigar that eveiy smoker  should be introduced to.  Job Printing at The Ledge.  What Thoy Think About When They Ar������  INirlliiiK Their I.Ivoi For Others.  "Heroes Who b'i������lit Fires" is Iho t It lo  of mi tii'UVlu by Jnuob A. litis in Thu Century, in tho series oC 'Tloroosof LViico.''  Mr. Ill is says:  - I once asked Fircninn .Martin M. Coleman nftor one of those exhibitions of eonl-  noss nnd coiini^e that thrust; liim eon-  sliintly upon the notice of the newsiiapi-i  nifin what ho thought of when host-od  upon tho Imldov with this thinu' he'.iro  him to do that might mean life or il.-jtli  tho next liionionc. Ho l-joked at me in  son-e i-erplexity.  - "Think?" ho wild slowly. "AVhy, I don't  think. Thoi'O ain't any lime to. If I'd  stopped to think, them live peoplo would  V been buna. No, I don't Ihink of danger. Ifitisanytliing.it i.s .that up theio  1 nin boss. The rest are not in it. Oniy  I wish," ho added, rubbing his arm ruefully at tho 1,-collection, "that she hadn't  fniltcd. It's hard when they faint. They're  just soinnch dead weight. Wo yet no liulp  ot till from tlioin heavy women."  And that was nil I could get out of him  I nover had much better lurk with Chin  Benjamin A. Gicciuol, who is thn, oldest  wearer of the JJonnett medal, just as Colo  man is tho youngest, or tho ono who re  ceived it last. Iiu was willing enough to  talk about the science of putting out fires,  of IX-partiui-nt ChiuT Bonner, thu "man ol  few words," who ho thinks has umsturt-tl  tho art boyond any-nij.n living; of t!m  back draft and almost anything else jji-i--  tnining to tho business, but when I insist-  ������d upon his telling me tho story of tliu  rosotio of tho ScliiK-fei-family of livo nsuii  Bburningtcnement.dowu in Cherry street,  In which ho earned his rank and reward,  lie laughed n good humored little laugh  (ind"said it was "tho old man"���������nii-aniny  Sehaefer-^-who should havohadtho medal.  "It was ti grujid thing in him to let iho  little ones come out first." I have sometimes wlfhud - thub Jli-i-nieii  were not rii  niOdPSt.     ItTwuuUl   bo nmiili im^nr, if   not  bo satisfactory, to record their gallant  deeds. ]3ut I am not suro that it is, nftor  all, modesty so much as a wholly different  point of view. It is business with them,  tho work of their lives. The one feeling  that is allowed to rise beyond this is the  fueling of exultation in the face of peril  conquered by courage, whioh Coleman expressed. On the ladder he was hois! It  was -tho fancy of a masterful man, and  iMino but a masterful man would havu go:  upon "tho ladder at nil.  ONE .of the-oldest banks doing business in this  - country. -"   '"   - ' ������������������ "        .-   ,:  56 Branches in Canada and United States-   ���������)  Prompt attention given to collections.  ��������� .'Savings JDeptment.���������Deposits of.������1.00 and  upwards received.     Interest paid half-yearly.  - Drafts bought and sold and a general banking-  business transacted. - v  H. F.' STOW, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  m BANK   OF   MONTREAL  ffc-^H  F  ESTABLISH. D   1817. .    If!  H   PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST,  $ 1 1,000,000    M  [j?|] UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $422,689.98 '      ^    -   4*������  if^    (3enei-.il Huiikiiifr 12iimiiu-,siTi-:iiimi<'IhiI.    Drafts issiii-!! on all   [mints, mul Collon-  tions innile at lowest, rule's.  fp-jj   SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   \  W. F. PROCTOR,  I  Tiik energy of its citizoiiH tnay  ��������� A i-Tiiit lu's return from Europe  Sir. Wilfrid Lniiricr whh showered  with addresHua all the way from  Quebec to Ottawa, the people worshipping him uh Home do a deity.  Perhaps he deserved it, for it in  stated .that while- mingling in high  eircles across the pond he kept perfectly sober and used no red paint  of any kind.  Tin-; government has sent Rod  Tolmie to investigate why coke is  .so scarce in Fernie. , Ifc appears  that so far this year the Crow's  Nest. Pass Coal company lias exported to the United States nearly  28,000 tons-of coke, at the same  time being unable to supply the  homo demand. This will bo investigated. In Men tana tho coal  and coke shortage i'f about as serious as it is in 15. C. Too much  prosperity has its inconvenient side  just the same as adversity.  Tjmj Kaslo Kootcnaian   ia   reprinting nows that Dave King and  School books and school supplies  of all -kinds from Jpens to grammars can be li'id at the well-known  store of McKae Bros.  The Kootenay Saloon"  Sandon, B. C., has a line ot nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any tnoiio-  tiiin town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits tnctiti.  T$EJVI0J4T HOUSE  Nelson. J{. C, is run on the  the American and Kuropenn  plan. Nothing yellow about  (lie house except the gold in  tl-e safe.  MaIoi?c   tk   TncgilRis  Pioneep  otel...  Gfeenujood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same management. .Rooms  comfortable, "meals equal to  any in the city, and the bar  supplies only the* best. Corner of Greenwood and-Government streets.  Itnliitn, ITrcnc.Ii, Spniitali Confections,  It was not from ultlicr Italy or i"runes  tlmt wo got tho best confcctintiera in tho  earlier days o������ Kiifjlislr cookery. Hp.-iin,  notably Toledo, furnished Kn/Zland with  the most, eelobrated pastry cooks, or riiistu-  loros as thoy aro called, tliou^h wo have  since looked most to Franco for these artists. Under tho p.-iti-omi^o of "liloody  ilary" and of Queen Henrietta Jlarla  Spanish methods flourished iipnco in the  court etiislno. Wo read that when .Mary  entertained the Princess Elizabeth at Richmond In tho summer of 1557 ti sumptuous  banquet was served, in which there was  introduced as an ornament a pomegranate  treu In confectionery work bearing the  arms of Spain, showing Mary's Spanish  leanings in a rather ostciitiitfuus fashion.  Thou Spanish and Portiiguv.-oconfectioners were very skillful.  In tho comedy of "Tho Sun's Darling."  by Ford and Decker (tirst acted Jii:������a-I),  the "Spaniard" who is ono of Hie dramatio  persons declares himself "a confecciana-  dor, which in your tougiio is a comlit  maker, of .Toledo." Ho says, "I can teach  BUfjar to slip down your throat In a million ways," nnd ho professes himself skillful in "ooiiMirves, candies, marmalade*,  sinkadocs, poiiaiines, maraljlane, hergn-  nioto, iii'tiii.xties mtiria, limoiis, hi'i'cnjjeniiH  oCToledo, oriones, |iot;itow of Malaga and  ten millions muro."���������-Cientleniiin's Magu-  Kino.  AiiHtrnllnn Fovi>r Cure.  "What'Hthat drcd grave for?" ashed th������  recruit.  "[���������V-lla nil f-ick; weather bad and bnib  gery no good down 'bout Wninhu, i'lenty i  rain one time, fella catch cold; plenty fo-  vor this tlino; by'm by fetch 'lm Ioiiku  that, place," iixplalned Warrigtil, as a litter  omcrgcil from a wurley of thu camp, and  the hick man was borno to the curious  grave.    Tho doctor walked'in tho rear.  Thrusting ids hand Into tho lon<r ill toll,  to test its warmth,, tho doctor signaled to  lower tho patient into it. He was then  covered from neck to foot, feet and all.  Ills head alone rested above tliu dirt. Sergeant pulton explained:  "Tho blacks put fnvcr piitUmf.s hi'Llie  ground like that, and steam tliu fever out.  They say thn narrli will draw off tho ovll  spirit-, and then (111 him with llfo."  "JOloiil-rio currents, by .lovol"  The next day tho Into patlnnt was hoh-  blng iiround like n li-year-old,���������OutliiK.  uotjtio oi-' tiik  ..ORIENTAL   LIMITED  Tit A I.V   r.KAVKS  MIDWAY DAILY. S:so A. M.  ARRIVHS.'.  6:25 V. iU.  Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast, ami   Eastern   Points.  Stage  to  and  from  Groonwootl  meets trains at Midway.  For' Further Particulars Apply  I'. U. Bukxiiam. D. T. & P. A..,   .  Grand ForksV P. C.  \V. A. Ross-A. G, P. A.,  Seattle, "Wash.  C. S. BAKER  "Provincial Assnynrancl C)re  Sliippi'rs" A{,'<iiit.    Correa-  pondi'iice snlicitod, .Samples  reci'fvu prompfi attention.  I'.   (). lt������X   13:1,   (HiKKNWDOIl,   is.   c.  Phoenix-Greenwood  STAGE���������  Leaves I'hocnix at 9:30 a. tu. and Grcen-  at 3 p., 111. Passenger, express and freight  traffic between the two cities handled  with care, attention and rapidity.  ���������     D. L.-MclCI.ROY, Prop.  ran  iGONTRACTORI     I  I     m mim f  1 'Dealer,in ,    ' =,  I Windows, DooVs,f- |  I Turned Work and |  I - Inside-Finish., j  I S1I1NG1ES, BU10K, KTC. j  I [MANITOBA ������  I Wood Fibre Plaster!  PHONE. 65  lilUIIUIIIIIIIIIIUiWIIIIIIII^  I SEEDS  1       TREES  I PLANTS  For the .farm, garden, lawn  or conservatory. Tested Stock of  Reliable Approved Varieties,'^at  reasonable prices.  Bee supplies, Spray Pumps [and  Spraying Material, Cut Fowers, etc.  CATALOGUE fllEE  The.  M. J. HENRY     j  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver t  00a  Good ao.coinmodution.and  i-oa.sonjiblc r.'itoM. Ono of tho  host supplied bars in tliccity.  Dining- room and lunch  counter in connection.  ���������������������������  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COi'J'KR ST., GKBKNVVOOD.  ntiiiiine iiim iifli-fni.  Applicant���������I am an ex-convlct, *lr, but  ,t want to liiad an hiniest. life. I know you  by reputation, and I thought you mlKht  holp 1110.  KinliKint Author���������What woro-yoti In  prison for?  A pplleant���������Forgery.  Enilnont Author���������Ooodl You're tins  Tory man I wane. You can eomo alotiK  nnd -write uiitoKi-apliH for mo.���������London  Fun.'  The  f^eeo j4otel  SflJSiDONI  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and  Mining Men visiting the  Mountaineer nnd Koote-  nuy Standard Cigars.  Made by   -  % ft. tlNlin $f 0o., nelson  fleaimati kefcHotel  Is the home for nil lottrisls  ���������'indtnilliotiaires visiting New  Denver.   British [ Columbia.     (  HENRY   STEGE,   PROPR.  J. R. Gameron.  BynHl.nplnnil.illM, lf.i.Htli of the day   S,ocn"'   ''-verytlii.ig t.p-lq-datc, .  and night, any time of the year, may I10 ! -.-.j    ' **>r\       4-\r-r k4 -������^ r-rrrrrrr  UHCortulned  by simply dmiblliiK thu Llm.i ; QJ,    jj J ,    BfiNNfiTT  t     x������>     ������.-<     -t ot tl,u BUI]'fl rM"K> whlcli will j{lvo tho        ' ^  U,   W.   N.6IS0H   longtJi of tho iil^lit, and tloiiblliiK tliu tlino  ' of wHlna will ah  Lciuling Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. C,  i Vti tli������ loncrth 11 f 1.1m flnu.  PROPRIETOR  -v  >  'I J  :THB" GREENWOOD-LEDGE.  Greenwood, J3.������C, Sept.''5 1907.-  'Kiiig's Liquor'Scotch Whiskey |  ' * "'      ������������������  .12, Years "Old S  J. W. Burmestcrs White Port.    '    - I  Jas. Llennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy- |  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  GO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  {TO RENT  3-Roomed- Cottage.  5-Kooinecl IClafc."  6-Roometl' House.       S-Roomed House  Comfortable Cottage for Sale.    -p  EALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST Gil LTD  '   Opposite I'ostofliee.  Greenwood,  B.  C  frl  $r  Rfi-FFfKF  !flr~  Is the be.st furnished hotel in the Boundary j  district.     It   is heated 'with steam  and i!  lighted by electricity.   Excellent sample  rooms..  The. bar is always abreast of the  times, aud meals arc served in  the Cafe  at any hour, clay or nigiit.      . *  Ernest Jo' Cairt8eit% Pir  |. Fresh and 'Salt Meats, Fish and |  I        Fowl always in stock.       |  | Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per |  tox. '     i  , Beginning; of the Guggenheims. -j  greyer   Guggenheim,   father   of  the New York ���������Guggenheim's,   who  control tho mineral smelting industry   of   the   United States,   came  from Switzerland tit the age of   19,\  ���������in J 853.    On board the steamer he  met his future wife, another steer-  ago passenger and also a- Hebrew,  and they, were married  soon  after  their arrival  in   America.    They  had   seven-   sons���������Isaac,,.Daniel,  Mtirry, Solomon, Benjamin, Simon  and William, and'the Guggenheim  family of today, which controls the  smelting industry  of  the   United  States is thus accounted   for.    The  father began as a pcddlar of stove  or shoe polish, of which he also became a small manufacturer in Philadelphia; later he became an   importer of embroideries  on a large  scale.    Inevitably he made money.  The boys, meanwhile, were coming  up and learning tho business. t The  Guggenheims clung together.    The  elder sons became clerks and drummers  for their  father,    and    the  younger sons, who were more highly educated,  also  entered   the  fa  tiler's enterprises.    Every Guggenheim had a business head, and the"  eight of them together, doing team  work, wore like a dssciplincd army  corps.    So long as the father lived  he    was   tho   commander-in-chief  and   he  was 'undoubtedly  a good  general;    Tt was somewhat by  accident, it appears, thut he  became  active in mining enterprises. Some  af the embroidery profits were- invested in the slock of a  Colorado  silver mine, back in the SO's,  and  then he took possesion of the plant  in order to protect the  investment  from utter lo������s.    Other  easterners  have done, the same thing, but. with  ���������less   happy   romiHs,  genheim made good with his mine,  and the thing seemed so attractive  that he sold the  embroidery business awl built a smelter in Colorado with the proceeds.  rr-K  =FFHff  fall.      For    their    entertainment  Floors    Castle,    the ' Roxeburgh  county seat,' is being absolutely remodelled, one feature being a marble staircase, to be used  exclusively  by  the  royal guests.    The job  will cost hundreds of thousands of  dollard, and for it,. of  course,   the  former American woman is putting  up.    But the fact must not be lost  sight of that in   the  first  instance  that every dollar of the,smoney  thus dissipated was.earned by Americans who labor with their hands.  American   producers have  paid it  into the Goelet colters in the  form  of rents, earnings in stock of  various natural monopoly-corporations,  and the like.    Tn the  final  count,  the money wasted  by  this  newly  made diichess upon" the princelings  of England represents the sweat of  the   American   brow.    One    day,  perhaps, the-American people who  are worthy of the name will awaken to the ftiet that  there  is something decidedly wrong in   "rents"  and the taking over by private   individuals of the" earnings of-natural  monopolies���������in fact, that  the  two  are not unlike the  tribute  forced  of old   from  conquered peoples.���������  Star.    .  him one day.  "It's a great secret returned the  canny Scot, "but] I'll tell you in  confidence., ' The -folk, I saw,  mainly gave three-penny bits.  Well, when I got the money every  Sabbath evening I carefull picked  out the sma' coins and put them  by. I������oo, as there's only a limited  number of three-penny pieces in a  little place like this, and as I have  maist of them at present under  lock and key, the folk maun "give  six-pence, at least, instead. That's  the way the collections are doubled."���������Tit Bits.  My Symphony  To live content with small means;  to scek'elegancejrather thanjluxiiry  and refinement rather than fashion;  to be worthy, not rospectabls; and  wealthy, not rich; to study hard,  think quietly, act frankly; to listen  to stars and birds, babes and sages,  with open heart; to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never; in a word, to let  the spiritual, unbidden and uncon-  scioiia, grow up through the common. This is to be my symphony.  ��������� William Henry Outlining.  ���������TEA,  Is   Preserved  by the   Use   of  SEALED'    LEAD    PACKETS    -  NEVER     SOLD     W    BULK      '    ,  Black, Mixed or Green. ��������� By All Grocers,    Highest Award  '   St. Louis. 1901.  Royal Seal is one of the best  I cigars sold in thc'inountains. It is  ! made in Nelson.  Who Owns The Earth?  Is opposite the Great .Northern depot, .and is. a de-.2  lightful haven for (ho -weary traveler. Great veins ������  of hot water run through' the entire house, and |  bath rooms are always at the service of those, in I  search of material cleanliness. The dining room is |  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment $  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go f  down like ealing fruit in a (lower garden. The I  sample ronms are the largest in the mountains and ������  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks. g  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, I  i^asggaSgKSgggTOIfflEBaigffiBSacfl^^  of the Boundary  District,  if  Furniture, just drop -us a lino.  you  want  We can  suit your tastes and your pockets.  Who  owns  the earth?   Nobody  owns it.    The earth  is a   production of an Almighty Tower for the  use of all  mankind.    That being  the case, no human being has  any  right to  monopolize the  earth or  any  portion  of it.    The humblest  being on earth is as much   entitled  to use its-resources and  cultivate  its natural   products as  the  most  wealthy of his  fellow inhabitants.  Those are  facts  which   no" person  can possibly deny without promulgating'  a    baldfaced     falsehood.  Every sound-minded human being  must admit that one of God's children has  the  same right as any  other.    Then why  the  innumerable claims  of individuals   to   supremo ownership of the earth?    It  is hollow mockery, a gross swindle,  and  one of  the worst frauds ever  known in this queer world.    Joikv  Da nic i, i;.  '   Where The Money Goes.  If the American people want Jo  know where their earning go, it  would be a good idea for them to  sent! a delegate across to I'ltiropolo  observe the doings of our moneyed  aristocracy. For example, the  Duchess of Roxburghc, who was  formerly .Miss May Goelet of New  York, is preparing to entertain the  Trince*and Princess of Wales  this  The Lazy Man.    - -  At the Jamestown Exposition  Mark Twain talked about laxin&s  at a dinner.  "We aro all lazy," ho said, "but  some of us fight it down. Some of  us, again, don't."  "I know a non-combatant of this  class when I was a boy in Hannibal. His name 'was Jim Black,  and one fine morning T found him  lying under a tree beside the river  listening to the birds and watching  Mayer .Gtig- *hc steamboats glide up and down  the great stream."" "  "Well, what are you hero, for?"  I said.  "I'm here,' said Jim, "for to  pile them bales onto the wharf."  "Oh," said I, "And you are  resting, are you?"  "No," said Jim, "I ain't resting, because I ain't tired. I'm  just waiting for the sun to sink behind-that there hill, so's I can  knock off work."  THE PACIFIC \H0 TEL J)   _ _____      i  Is under the management of Greip;  '& Morrison.   The rooms are-comfortably furnished, and the bar contains thebestbrands of wines, liquors '  and cigars in the city.       -   ���������  The Scotch Way.  In a small town in the Midlands  tljere is a rich congregation which  is not characterized by lavish liberality.  Time after time the minister had  vainly appealed to his people to  contribute more generously to the  funds of the church. The members wouldrindeed give something  but it was nearly always the smallest silver coin of the realm that  was placed on the plate.  A shrewd Scotchman who had  recently come to the place and  joined the church, was not long in  noticing this state of allairs, and a  remedy soon suggested itself to his  practical mind.  "I'll tell you what," he said to  one of the ollicials, "if you make  me treasurer I'll engage to double,  tho collections in three months.''  His offer was promptly accepted,  and, sure enough, the collections  begun to increase, until by the  time he had stated they were, nearly twice as large as formerly.  "IIow hav<) you managed it, Mr.  Sandyman?''  said  the* parson    to  St. Paul, Minneapolis  "AND RETURN.  Tickets on .sale August 8, 9, 10,  September n, 12 and 13, account  Jamestown 'Exposition. Return  limit, Ninety days.  Above rate is from I'liocutx, R,  C; $6000 Irom Seattle. .Same  rales apply to Uululli. Proportionately low-rales from Washington and Oicjjoii points. Rate to  "Chicago ������66 20 Irani Phoenix, TI C;  J6.J.00 from Spokane; from Seattle  $71.50. Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. I.ouis and many other  eastern points.  For a comfortable trip take the  ^Oriental - Limited"  Standard and tourist sleepers, dining car and Compartment Observation Car. Meals in dining car on  the a la carte plan. The "Fast  Mail" is another good train.  For infortiiBtiori regarding routes  and through rates to any eastern  paint, address  W. X. PERKINS,  Agent, Phoenix B. C.  W. A. ROSS,  Ass't Gen. Passenger Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  Great northern   Railway  iffiaiaaiSffiasssg^agBii^Bs  Issued by the Ocean Accident & Him imlee Corporation, Ltd.,  is designed to meet the requirements of wage-earners.  Pays a Wv.uk ly  In disunity for loss of wages if injured.  Pays Fuxkuai. Eximcnsi-x if killed.  Evkuy Xi.vi)  ok   Acoidkxt  covered   while  at  work, on the |  street, traveling, and recreation.  Costs the same to ail, irrespective of occupation.  The "Ocean*' is the largest Accident Co. in the, world.  FREDERIC W. McLAINE, Dist.Agt, Greenwood  &*. '*>'^W<������/*J^^>^%n)S������/^,& ^.^^Va������,-4^^^. ft.^ ^���������'S-^^-'Sfc.-^.-^������  New and  Fresh, Just  Received  See our new line of Floor Squares and  Linoleums.  Roofing Paint  Coal Tar, Pitch,  ' Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Hoofing,  Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  ( Phone 16.  A. L. WHITE  Second Hand. ^  FIFTH ANNUAL  E. W. Bishop,  A&ent  fSREKN'WOOI),  n. 0.  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL AKSAVKR and  MI'TAI.I.l'Ki-.ICAI, CHKMIST.  NELSON, B. G.  AGENTS FOR THE BELL  !$9������9���������������80������8&Q${H$e eQ������99$OOeG������Q������<M)Q������������>B������������eQ8aO0 S&096&60  U  G  o  Of the Nelson District, if'you want  FdRNlTURE  Just drop us 11 line    We" have ���������tho ^'oods and' at  Rig-ht Prices,  T. M. Gellcy & do.,  , Gfeenrxtood, B. C.  0������������O������a������l������C������������<9OCSM)O������e������CO������^J88O������6������������������������������������OO������������Ofi9������8������OO^Oo2  Gold Silver Copper 01 f.e;id,e:ieli. .? 1 00  Gold-Silver. ...fi 50 Silver.I.e.id. ,$r.5*1  Zinc. .f-2.ao Gold Silver with copper or  lend..$2.50.  I'rompL attention ���������yivcn to till samples  25 per cent, discount upon 'five stunplef-  | IIAk'UKiST., NliLSON.  r, 0. Drawer, ttoS. Phone, A67  STAEKEY & |C0.  NKLSON, ������. C.  WIIOU-SAUC  j   _ deau-us in;  Produce   andij Provisions  B. C,  I Wednesday, Thurs., Friday,  SEPTEMBER 18, 19, 20  1  The Windsor Hotel  of Grand  forks,  II,  C, enters to  miners, meelmiticstitid smelter men  THAN  EVER  Cheap Excursion Utiles on all  Free Shows. D;iily.    Horse Races,  or prize List, write  ransportutiou Lines.  For infornia-  liiff  IC. W. HUSK,  President.  1). C. McM ORRIS,  Secy-, V. 0. Uox Ha.  Nelson.  a. b. sloan, Hawtgnl-   SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDGE V,  Greenwood. B. C, Sept. 5, 1007.  THJii GREENWOOD LEDGE.  5- .*A  / .f���������Jift  v--V-.-������  V  - i    f  m  As o-ofuls h.-ive heen late in arriving-, we  are running- a sdecial stile on ;J5c. and  filic. sox for 2f>o. Shirts werlh $2.00 to  s2.;")() for ^1.5r> lo $2.00. Summer underwear in cotton rib al ������1.2;"), all wool at *2  ���������to *.'} a suit, .lust received, an assortment  of the latesttifads in ties  Tun   weather  worked overtime  on Labor Day.  aw  i  ;7<   f-  ? ;���������: ) ������ja La Is L&f &  TLiIMilTEO.  Groceries. Hardware. Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  Tin-: 'Nelson JNews issued a  splendid industrial edition* last  Sunday.  Tin: light of the greatest. actot  on tho American stage went out  last week.  Houston's friends in Nelson are  still loyal to him. They sent him  a bunch of subscriptions the other  day as big as a house.  Thrui-: is one great pleasure in  (.! reoiiwood : The .street cars do  not kill anybody nor the autos  brush your hat oil' as you walk  along the busy streets.  A lot of Hindus in Vancouver  mistook the Hotel Vancouver the  other day for the oflice of a sawmill and tiled up to the .Napoleon  who stands behind the desk and  asked for. a < job. Probably somebody had told them that board was  high, for surely this' vast hotel  does uot look like a sawmill. They  might as well mistake The Ledge  for a bank.  ^3ssEss^^m^^^sis^^s^^.^i*ii^ssm^sm  V  For weight, durahility, beauty and style.   A Complete  Stock, Imported and Sold Rxclusively by  6RdlriGk&0.,Lt  The h'iversidc lias a.car of fine  ore ready for shipment.  .Diamond rings from $20.00   up.  At A. Logan & Go's.  The Empire and Underwood  typewriters, typewriter paper, ribbons and carbon paper for sale by  McRae'Bros.  When y..u want ;i iwmiiiix'nt or  headstone, write ro the Kootenay  Marble Works. NHsou, H. O.        *  ft.  o.- Wiunril&UN  GPEirsd  Forks  and   Phoenix  Jew-lei awl Optician, dealer in  l-'ine U'nw-u":-. High-Cla^s .Jewelry.  Diamonds, el''.  ,������^*=*  V. e receive weekly shipments of  fresh Alberta butter, pub up  specially for family trade in l-l-lb.  boj.es.     Russell-Law-Caul field Co.  TIMBER NOTICES.  learning  I .l-ll I II. I^il-t lif Mllllv:lV, K. (1..<iPCII|i:ltirni  rnin-n i. :i.-['ii:r :n iisjrnt Inr Viilriitini' DyiM-i.  nl' >i'l-.,ii. il. (; . iM'i'll],;iti<ni iiuimiI, iiiii-ii.l In  'i|iil\' inr -i ->;i'i-i:il lii-ii]Hi- lo cut .-mil phit.v  aw'nv t.iiiln i ii'.int lilt* folliiwiiiLr ilrMcrilicil  I.iii.I.:  l.iiiuN',, I t'luinnriii-lii!; :it a i>o-,t planted  i lini : ii-1 Ii .hi- in-itli fri'iii tin- iiortlicii'.t ("iriicr  nl I ������������������ ���������-'.  Iliiiii-.-   north   ]i;������ i-liiiln-s,  llii'iii'i- r.'i-i  1.1 I'll II..-.    Ii.-m-ii si.Mil   Mil   l-llrlil'.--.   lln'lll-1!   ������'l"<t  In cli.'.in-i I,. ; I.-k-i- ..f I'liiiiini'iicciiii-nt.  Limit Nil -'. ('imiiiirni-iii!." 'ii' cliain-, linrtli  lYoni Ilu rm Ml easr coriiL-r ������f lot .'.'IJI'i. tlicii'-i-  ������<������������������<! ii.[-Ii,i|ii-. Ilii'iii-i- i,mill Mil i-lmiiH. tliL'MC"  I'ilit In <-Ii:iill-. tllftlf-U -Olllll I'ill 1'llalll* Id .pllll-f  of i-f-iiiiiii'in- -int'iit..  Limit X.,- :i. ('uniMii-iu-iiiL' ar ii pn.-t |il.-inli'd  .1" i-li.i in- iimili from I lit- imrili ra������l i-'ini'-r nf lot  2.i.-i.'i. tin-in-.- Nicliiiin- iimili. Ilicin-c Ml i-li.-ilni  w-i-i i|n-iii-.. -"i-li-iins -onlli, tlii'iici- mi i-Iiiiiiis  i-.i-t ti, |.,,JMt nl I'oiiiiiii-nt'i mi-iit.  IjIiiii! Nu. I. I,'uminfnriiiLr at a pint pl.'inti'il  nt'tl .' -i.uiIl i-si-t  conifer -I   limit Nu. .'!, tin-ill'  Job printing of every description  done promptly at The Ledge otlice.  kll THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at  CSienier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos   to   suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your pocket.  J,;,i i Ii.iiii- ninth, thence   in rhain- cu*'". thi'iil'i'  ji.ii chains -011H1, tlicucc ID i-liiiln-i ������i--t to point  '^<.ii"ii'xrf,!'l'c'oiniMi-iiriiisilt ii pr0t piiint...i J* A. CHENsER - - PROPRIETOR  -'i.i'l..ii..-i u-l-t ill the nurtli tM-t  corner nr   linlil Wvl dnnr imrili m  l'nrifir-   linlrd  X".   I   ihi'iiw iimili mi HiniiK, thi'iii-ii west sn iNCi-t ctoor nortti 01 lacitic Hotel,  i-lialii-.  tlii-iicr  miiiiIi mi cliiiin.-.  tliuin-e ea<t Mi  I'haiiH tu point ol i-i>iniiiui:i'i'iii(.-iit.  I,unit Xo   i;    Coniiiii-neiii!.' at !n  pml plantdl  .it lli,-north cu-l   curniT (it   iiinit  Xo. .">. tlicjn  Ail kiwis of luavv teainiug .'Hid : "!l-*t>"'-imiiiN. tiieiicvnuitli|mi i-haini,;i!u'<i<  t\nd  braying  Copper street, Greenwood.  west !-i) I'liuiri-. thuiii'i--outh mi oliaiii-< lo point.  ,, .,       /-,.     ,,i      ,.i,.������������������f   ;     i,linn ->    (Jiniinieiii'iiiL'at a  pn<t   nl.-ii'teil  I'iirnett.   (.Jtiiien   stteet. , :,i n,.. nortlit-a.-t coi- ��������� of limit Xo.:..tiicm-u-  an;-  can  mi  "   IliOVi-l  Jhonc  /"������     < T, ",  {47  dravii-g (fdiie at leas-unable rates by i ���������rc-r.iiiini>iic-uiiu>������t.  ���������.       T,        .. .,       ...  .......     .........   ,     Limit X  \v.     11  ii .rtli ni chain.*, tliem-u  wc-t iw i-liains. tiuin..  ('.ill lillll  till awl    see    llOW   (itlleklv   ==- -"t ti- viuliain.*. tln-nec cia-Jf .vi cli.i|ii< n. point  "  . nl ('iiiniii'.'in'Uiiieiit.  X from  il pound to   ten tOllS1     Limit No.)..   Cutnincni'iii^at a  \m������t plantcil  ' I'n-li.ilns north Ironi   rho norlh tmt i-nrm:r of  limit Xo it. tln-iii-iMiortli sochaiiH.Stlii'nci. ivc-*!  l,li;M.-llll,1 tlll'HlT   Koillll   Ml   chliilll,    Hll-lH'i'   ca-t  mi i-liaiii-i fi pnint nr ciiiiiiii'tifcinont.  I.linit Xo '.< ("i iiiiiii'W.'iiii: ,it a po-t planlnl  i>i eh.'in.-, c.i-t fmin tlic north  i..-u|  conn-i-of lot  .���������.''.;���������*, itrnci' not!h -in rh.'iin.-). thciici' i-a^t |i;o  i-ll illi-.'tlu'li'-i' M.ntli lochaillK tin nri.-wc-t l������i  cliiiin" U> pniit of I'liiiiini'iu'i'iiiiiit  l.iini: Xo. in ("'iiiiirii'iicin^ at t p,,->( [iliintcil  -Jo chain- cn-t fruin II.i1 nnrth ivivM conicr of  limit No. !>. Ilii-ni-f! iimfli tu chain-i. tln-nec cjiii  I''''i eh.i in .. ihi'iico -������������������nlIi M cli.iiii", tlivmc wet  11.0 clnilH to point nl' coiiiiiii'iicuniciit.  I.imii \n. 11. Co'iini'iiciiiu' nt. a pmr [il.inti'il  it a |.nil plaudit lit ,i poln' ntnuil :i> chain-  i'.'1-tainl l'i i-li'iln-i iinitli of the norlli net cor-  n.'f of limit No. i<. tlii'in-������ norlli mi f'li,iin.<,  III. ni " r.m'Mi rlmiiii, thi'iiic ������������������oiith mi chalni,  . tli-iiri" wi-! mi chaliw to point of i dimuii.tiii'-  .rlLultli    ������������������.,���������_  I.linit Xo. I.'. I'liiiiiiK-ni'liii.. at a iio'l plmiti'il  nt Hi,, n,nil, u-i>*t i-nrin-i "I limit N'������. il. tliunci-  iim-lh "i chain-,  thence i-iih! Wi ch.iliii, tln-ni-i:  -&&&<&/&������. /Va/"*^^*^8k''^V^y^'o  NOTi'. E  V i . . :  , .( ��������� ,i,|.  ���������i \ L'iii-i ih i'  tin-  n'li'li  liiinlii-r  ,   tl-l  h\   f|l.-    S'.llc l,'"l'lll|lli.l  f.11111-  I,:':ii',-,i    in  'I ri ,t".vi|, il. I.   f) ,  ...  Mi   II   l;in ii"L-   i.  t 'U.-i Ih' i  I'., n ���������    -ii -��������� ,i     .'"i-i in1  -I  '.II ii > i'   .i| ���������.. I.,  ti," V ���������.!'���������'' -Ji ulii i  I.mull r ''���������inip.iiiy, I,.mil' I. -.'n'lil I i" 'p.iji  i    ihlT    lll.-.l   ,\   - "Hi'    '   I   .  Ul.   ���������!.���������������. ,i|  Mr.    !','i   i in,.'   mil coii'In I   tin     l.n.in ���������"   n  !i  i.p.l.in-  r.iiii.il  mi   M   ill'   ���������    ..i, .... j   ami I  lil' i-ilt I'iv.nnl   iisruii   ii.i  all  nuliT'i  fin-   -onth vicliaiii.J. thciKT w<M Mi chalni to point  iiio.li I'.    All   ni.i.'i.  ji'n .-il   will)  lilni  ^ilt   ri'-   of coniiip'nci'ttii'tit.  .'i-u-i- cir.'fnl mi.I pi..i i'.t iil'i-iitloii. iMt.-il .it Mlihv.n. II I!., Aiif.-. nth, l'H7. [  VAi.i-:cuf.r.M  ia i,ir\i!ii-:i: i'n. i.th    , isisiihIj.h���������������.* ii.nas-;,    ���������  l'.'i II. S. II..II.1V, Ay.'.il   , A^"' '"r ^ "I''"'": '>J���������|������-���������������������������,���������  m KWwnA)1 y%trn'*m*iTi*'tV.* jwi* i^-^il���������w������ i ftw/w m  LAND REGISTRY ACT.i LAND REGISTRY ACT.  AMPLICATION   WO.   10005a APPLICATION NO. 1 1805.  TAKK Xo'l'IOK Iliar an nripllralt.,111 Iiiim Ijt-un  iii'.ili' lo i,",j|ni(>i-(ii'i>rs;i. VVi'lhviiiiil 11^ the mi-nur  i,i l-ci'>-ilil|tli' miller a Tax Sh'c Iiim-iI fmin  tii'i'inr l;i|-l;i'(t Taylor. CoM.ctoi' of Municipality  nl llic Cilv pf Oi-i'' nicifiil "1 (li'oiw iVttlltt-iiiiil,  I.iihIm: .(lite 111" iwi'iity liflh ilny of ,Inly. A. I).  l:n,7. of nil mill elii������iil;ir Mint certain ipiirnil or  ir.ii'i "f latpl 11111I jirciniicH Klliiaic, lylnj.'ami  liintrtii llic City of (iicciiwo'nl, In the I'roviiici:  1,1 llilli-h t'oliiinlilii, liii.li' Jiuliciil.itly Ijiiovvii  :ii;iI ilc-crlhcil H." I.ol H, I'lan I', Miip .|il. City of  tir> I'UHoml.  Von Mini imi'Ii of von ary ri'i|iilii:il to cotiti*!  Ih.- I'liilnior llic fii.������: pnrcli���������'"������������������������ within foity-llvi.  .ia vh from Ih" iliili' of llr-l inihllciUloti, uii'l In  ik'l'i'.il i.f;i caveat ni- curiliiciii' of Hi pi'iiilitiiH  1.'in;.' lilni noil In ilcf.-mll of rcrl. inptlon-  wi'liin KiK'li I" r/oil..Von tvlll l.c fun v.-r i-������lnpp(!il  ���������mil i|, lurtcil I'ioiii fi'tl/tiK up iinv claim to'or In  ivpici nf tliu ."lii'l liiml. "ml 1 "i"'1' I'.'Ki-itci-  tli'iiiL-c Wi'lluonil ii.-i nu-iicr th.-ri of.  Unlcd iif liiiinl l/<i������I.H������ry Ol!.ci',.Kainloops,  I'rovliii'i-of IWll.'lt Coliimlifii, IlilHslilmiiith iluy  uMu",W,'A',J-iriv.Ji.KI.MONI������,  UlDtrlut IfeglHtrcr  To Oi;oi),'o Conimck, Kaa.  (.'heap Itate.������ from all points  in .Ontario and Maritime  1'rovincen    on     Sale     Daily  Sept. 1 to Oct. 31  I'nexffllcd service, flint time,  through .sleepers and tourist.  cai-H, Two tra'iiHcontiiiental  traiiiH daily in each direction.  Toronto,  Onelpli,  Gait,  Owen Sound,  London,  WindHor,  Detroit  To GfeenuJuod  $39.50.  Montreal,   8-1 (i. 10;   Ottawa,  ?-M.������.'i; Halifax, ;.$.%.<I0  ��������� The Kfllers.  ' It happened that once a man  ran past Socrates armed, with  an axe. lie was in pursuit of another who was running from him  at full speed.  "Stop him! Stop him 1" he  cried.  1'lato's master did not move.  "What!" eriud the man wilh  the axe ; "couhlst thou .not have  barred his way ? He is an assassin !"  "An assassin? What meanest  thou?"  " Hay not the idiot ! Ait assassin is a man who kills."'  "A huteher, then?"  -''OJd fool ! A man who kills  another man !"  *'To be sure !    A soldier !"  '   "Dolt!    A man   who  kills  another man in times of peace."'  " I see���������an executioner.''  '���������'Thou ass! A man who kills  another iu his home.'*  " Exactly���������a physician.'"  Upon which the man with the  axe fled���������and is running still. ~  La Terre.  Have you tried Herbageuni for  your poltry ?. Sold by the "Russell-  Law-Cauliield Co.  All the big- companies of the  district arc reaching out for more  proof ly and many claims hni'e  been recently bonded. ���������=������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  IMII) l/I' OAI'ITAI,, :?IO,(><><>,<><>(>.- KKSISKVJ'l FUND, S5,000,(100.  B. E. WALKER, President.     ' ALEX. LAIED, General Mianager.  II. H.  JLORRrS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches'.  H. Uranson. R. Peiry, J. Fin-  lay, and V. T. Ileiulerson are  down fiO feet on the Kakomo and  are drifting on the lead which'  shows'sttel galena and ruby sil-  ���������"-ver.  The.  Good ac'.eornmoikitioii and  veasoiiable rales. One of tho  "best supplied bars in the city.  Diniiio- room and lunch  counter in connection.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England.  A General Banking Business-Transacted.    Accounts may be opened.Ivy  mail with all branches of this Bank'.   ���������  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of SI and upwards received, and interest allowed at current  rates. .The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.'  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch!  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COI'PKIi ST., P. HERN WOOD.   ','  For confectionery that is delightful to the eye and pleasing to  the taste, call on McRae Bros.  Pompous Judge' (to little girl in  the witness box.); "Wasyour father  under th������j influence of alcohol when  your mother hit him with the poker?"'  Little girl:. "No, sir; he was under the kitchen table."  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootemiy  Marble Works, Nelson,' Ji. U.  The  eeo ]-lotel  will lie flpprpcialpil by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.    Everything up-to-date.  m. Ol. BEf4$ETT  PROPRIETOR  $25.00 REWARD  The Corporation of the City of Greenwood will pay a reward of S25.00 for information tliac will lead to the conviction of ariy .'person or persons tiiinpcr-  ing-with any of the intakes to rpsei-  voira of the city waterworks fvstein.  O. B. TAYLOR, C. M. C.  Workiugmeu, Take Notice.  Gold filled watch chains from ������J  up.  A. Logan & Co.  When in Greenwood stay at  your own hoarding house, run by  the Houndaiy- Co-operative Association in the Commercial hotel.  Best board and rooms in the city.  Rates, $1.00 per day.  TAKK NoTICKllmf nil atii'H'inli'iii him I n  iniiili! Mi register Oi'iH'k-n Wi'lhviioij an tliu invncr  In l'V<: Slmiili', iiikIki- n 'I'n.v Snli. Doml fruiii  Uiioi'ki. nirlii'tt Tiiylor. I'nllm'lor of Mmili-.l-  fi.'illtv ������f thn Oily i.f (ircdiiH-iKid. to Owirtfo  Wtilftt'ond, lieiirltiKiliiti!Ihi!.'INI iluy r>f .Inly. A,  I). I!ni7. nt nil mill sllitrillut tlliit ci-rliiili |mrn;l nr  t-riiclor In id mill pifiii i'i'-i Kllmiti'. lyini; null  bcliiK In tlii'Oily iil'firi'i'ini-m-il. In llni'l'i-'ivliii'ii  of Hi'ltl.sli (/'oliiinlilii, iiioi-i! iiiirlli'iil.irlv Idimva  mill ili'Mi-rllml a* I.ol Ji, llliii'li ij, ,\Iu|ial,Cily nf  Orftiiiiwni/d  Von mid ii.ii'li (ifymi lire i-fii|iilri'rl lo coilti'Hl  Uh; claim of tliu In.v ptirr-lniM-r within foi-ty-livn  dny������ froiii tin- diitii ol' llrnt inilillcutlon.uml lit  ili'liiult of n cnvii/il or I'liitillnutii of llx ri'iii'l'iii"  lii.'lnif Hind- ninl In ilcfaiill nf ii'di'iii|itlon -williln  nui'li|i i'i-(o(l. ynii will Ii" fioovnr ifnii,|i|ii'(l ii ml  ilidiiirii'il fi'uin .,1'IIIiil'iiii any 11,'ilin "Inor in ri'-  fl|i';''t nl tin; wild, liiml. and I -bull iv^Mrr  (itoritv. Wiillwood ������< mviii'i' ItliiTi'of,  liuli'il at l.mid Uvulttry OHIw, 'K'liinlo "|w.  I'l-ovlni'i' id1 IIiIHhIi CoIiiiiiIiIii, this Nlsti'i'iitli  day ot Aiilfii.it, A. II. 11)07.  W. ((. KWfONDS, .j. ,,.,.���������.,������,���������,   j.  Olsti-Iet JteifUtrnr.     r V     i e    .i  To.ioim iiendiieicoii, i>ri. ^/%^^%^'%^%^%^%^%^%/% ' giusHes perfectly,  Kati'.t to other Onlario  points  &  nnd   iMitritiiini pKivinet'H (pioteil  on npplieiitioti to loe/tl ag-eiil,", nr  J, MOW. I>. I*. A., NoIhoii.;  k. j, covjj:, a. u, v. a.  Viincnuvur  "What have you done for the  betterment of mankind?" asked  the scornful female person.  "Me?'' answered tho plump  and  widdowly-looking   one;    "I"  havej OkaOagaO College  been a better half to no fewer than ! ,,,.,...,,,.. ,Wh   ,.   n  ., ,. .,       ,, i hliMMhltJ^AJNJj,  1$. C.  three ol them."  Christian School for young men  and young women, situated amid  HiirroundingH beautiful and inspiring and in a community of exceptional moral Btrcngl.li. Regular  course for university entrance.  Thorough commercial course. Speial  advantages for music. Competent  instructors, Well-appointed building, tastefully furnished, heated  with hot water, provided with  bath rooms and improved sanitary  arrangements. Terms moderate.  Kail, term opens October 1st, For  further particulars, address the  Principal at .Summerland, U. 0.  E, J. Sawykb, M. A.,  Principal.  ������ 9  $  a  9 ������  9   8  ���������s  Dealers in  Jpi*esh and Salt fVIcats,-pish and Poultry  |  c  0  Shop's in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  ������<J^ts������s������������t^s������������a^^st^^3^������3^^o^<?c������������������������������������S0������������a������^������������������o���������������������������������s������������^  wz>/  mm& 0  Supplies electricity for' Power, Liffht, Heating  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting- and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that tho service Avill be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  ^ES2C������:iK2KK2CS25a!a  To get immediate relief for any  cold in the head use LilliVs Catarrh Powder; you can get it at  White Bros, for 25 conts.  Angler: ''Hang it! Ia there a  dry spot in this boat whore I can  strike a match?"  Iioattnan (who has been disappointed as regards refreshuient;:  "Try my throat, mrl"  Are your eyes bothering you?  If they aro,   White liroH.  can lit  i  Opened and remodeled, is now the  best-uppoijitcd Restaurant in the':interior of British Columbia. Call and  sec for yourself. The best cooks and  the most experienced and attentive  waiters only employed. Everything  in season that the market can supply.  maswwsa������ms  m&Bsimk  MMtMBmfeiaiitfitMi^


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