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 Vol.' .XV. ' "'  GREENWOOD, R. C-THURSDAf, SEPTEMBER 37 1908  . *.     *   '  ' 5 p n 1908   * ^  /"^^Oria   b. c. ^  Syr"  -  No. 10  ifljmaireagsa:  u  ���������ter's  . ,G.  'ai^  Cuffs.;.  John- B.-  Stetson' Hats.  1Tiese Line's ?^Wi  se  Riisscll-Law-Caulfleld Co,,. Ltd.-  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents-' Furnishings.  I  General.Merchants, Midway, B. 0.  Hay^and- Grain always  on hand.' -Sleighs and  "Wajyons and Implements ���������  ���������df all kinds carried in  stock. .The- yery .best  "goods' at right . prices.   ;  p^<5a*������a������������'*i^e^s&������e-*/������������5jSestt<s  %  John Barclay'left today for  kane.  Spo-  The married find single riien  of.Grcenwood will play a baseball  match in the park Sunday next,  commencing    at    2:80/     Twelve  Mon-  Gtreenxjaood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the, city, and still  under (tho aninc inanii������(imoiic. Rooms  coiiifortabl*-, mcala ocjiuil to ������ny in tin)  city, and thu liar sppplicD only thu hoot,  Corner of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J. Mil. fielson  ASSAYING.  E. TI. Mortimer  roturned  day from a.trip (o tho coast.  Rohfi. Wood leaves Saturday  roDi'iiing for Beaverdell and the  Salty mine.  , Next-evening in the K. of P.  lodge a. candidate will be proved iu  Rank of Esqnire.-'"  Forbes M. 'Kerby' P. L. S., nf  Grand Forks, was'a visitor in the  city I his week.  The local lodge of Behckahs will  ���������be at home to Odd Fellows and  their wives in a social evening next  Thursday.  The benefit dance at the Mother  Lode  mine Tiiesdav^ evening was  'argely attended and everyone had  Mine.  'good men and true" have signified, their willingness to umpire  the game and pay their own hospital fees.' Two surgeons and the  ambulance will bo on the grounds.  Either Joe Wilm-shiu-st or W. B.  Fleming will captain the old men.  The married men" will have to win  or sneak in the back doorlat*> at  night. -A smoker will be given  some evening next week to smooth  over difficulties.  u good  Dealer iii  Contractor for Ties, Polcs'and Fence Posts  Heavy Ijeauimu. chiu.ua &  , GREENWOOD (COM. Silver anrl Copper..'. ������0.50  '      ��������� <  T G- G- WEST  ��������� PROVINCIAL ASSAYKR.  530   Richards Street,   Vancouver,  B. C.  <���������#  Phone 85.-  E.  W. WIDDOWSON  ,   ASSAYKK AND CIIKAUST.  .,    OHAHQKS:  Golcl.Sihcr, Copper or Lend, o.ieli   Gold-Silver or Silver-Lmid     Gold-Silver, with Copper or Le.id   Careful  sampling -  accurate  saying: prompt returns. 317 Baker  street, Nelson, B. 0.  ii 00  1 50  ���������i .'()  as-  " Unequalled for Domestic Use."  NELSON, B. C.    .  ��������� Now Tinder Old aud Original  Management.  E. E. PHAIR   -   -.  MANAGER  The visiting engineers will he  entertained a,b a smoker given this  evening.by the city' council and  board of trade.  Chas. Buxton, who was operated  on for appendicitis Jast week, is  recovering rapidly and in a few  weeks will be o'ut'of the hospital.  L. Y. and Mrs. Birnie, of Phoenix, and Mrs. II. E. Kennedy, of  Seattle, a sister of Mrs. Birnie,  were visitoi-3 ih the city this week.  W. C. Dalish, formerly with the  Providence Mining company, but  now of New York,*, is in the city.  Mr. Dalglish is engaged in. mine  promotions.  * II. V. Fuller arrived in the city  this week. Tie is here to endeavor  to settle the litigation in regard to  the title to a quarter interest in  the Bay mine.  Mike Ilays wiil return to the  Bell mine on Saturday's West  Fork stage. lie has been suffer-  from erysipelas in the' face for the  past two weeks.  Tuesday and Wednesday of next  week Reiiuell & Co. will be a place  of poems and ecstatic dreams. The  For the Canadian National Exhibition, to be held at Toronto  August 2!)th io September 14th,  the Canadian Pacific railway will  have in effect special round trio  rates. For full information as to  rates, dates of sale, limits, etc.,  apply lo the nearest ticket agent.  The'Cricket Matches.  On Labor Day the Grand Forks  team came over and, after a keenly  fought game,-defeated us bv the  narrow margin of three runs. "The  return maich was to have been  played in Grand Forks, but. the  venue was eventually changed to  the classic precincts of Greenwood,  and on Sunday last the final struggle, took place.  We got together a really good  aggregation of '-! flannelled fools,"  as Kipling facetiously styles them,  and went forth eager for the fray,  filled with an ardor and determination to retrieve our lost laurels.  The result, however, should, we  regret to have to state,   really be  placed under the heading of obituary notices.    Yet  we certainly'deserved our fate���������at least that is  the   opinion    of   everyone,   more  especially  of   the   captious   critic  who  from  the  grand  stand most  ably and audibly  criticized -everyone from the umpires downwards.  Had-we only consulted him how  different would h������:vo been the re-  ���������snli*.    Instead of frantically flagellating the air in  a vl:in  endeavor  to   hit   the elusive .--p'scroid,   we  should have smote the  ball before  it   broke. - And   then,  -what   on  earth did one of us want to hit that  ball right Into the hands of one of  discontinue,].    At the last session  of   the   Dominion   parliament,'   a  subsidy of ������3,500 per   mile   was  granted for the  building of a railroad from (Vim fco Penticton and  the same for one from'Penticton  to Nicola,     flic proposed railway  from. Mid way* to  Vernon carries a  subsidy, ami it is believed that the  C. P. K. Will utilize a portion of  this- route,   that  from  Midway to  Beaverdell  and  Carmi,   and then  make connections with  Nicola via  Penticton, thus opening up an excellent mining section, and giving  the company a much shorter route  to the cojisfc.  A large scow has been iu course  of construction at Okanagan Landing all summer aud  another has  been    roofed    in.      Jfc    wm   jirst  thought   that   the company   purposed putting in slips  at  the various places of call  for  their steamers along the lake and convey cars  by scow to those points and thus  simplify shipping,  but  as  no slips  are yet in sight and  the  shipment  of fruit is well   under  way, one is  forced to believe that there is some  other object in view.    Such scows  would come in  very handy in conveying construction material down  the lake to this  point.    When actual   construction   does  begin,   it  will doubtless start  from the three  points,   Midway,    Penticton    and  Nicola, and will be rushed to completion in short order.  The object in working so quietly  is doubt-less to avoid attracting the  attention of the Great Northern,  which is slowly extending its line  up the Similkameen to Princeton,  an object point for a branch of the  C. P. li, from Aspen Grove, south  of Nicola.���������Penticton Press.  I Western Float!  When ycu want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.       *  Nelson,   B. C.  '     4 = DAYS = 4  * *  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 23  24, 25, 26, 1908.   Larger and better than ever..  Free Entertainments Daily. Three Horse'Races  daily.   Four Days Eelay Horse Eace. '  Eagles' Day, Thursday, Sept. 24th. Children's Day, Friday, Sept.  25th. Reduced rates on all Transportation Lines. For further information or Prize List, write D. C. McMokuis, Box 95, Nelson, B. C.  - LANDS  For Sale at $10, $12 and $15  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  p.,11   ,v,;n;..n, ��������� -ii   l i      u,"i nguu iiuo me nanus  ot one c  Regular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodgeNo. 28, A. F.  & A. M., aro held ou the first  Thursday in each mouth in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  street, Greenwood.  Visiting brethren  are cordially inyited to attend.  JAS, S. KIRJ-IJ*, Secrotnry,  W.F.  i^as-^TWiifc'^asgasg-^^  Greenwood Miners'  Union, No. 22,  W.  ��������� t    , '    F- Jr., meets every  Saturday evening in "Union Hall, Copper Btreet, Greenwood, at 7:30.  Also in hall at   Mother Lodo mine  Thursday evenings at 7:30.  R. A. MATHEISON, Secretary.  OPENING  C.S. BAKER  Provincial Assayer mid Ore  Shippers' Agent. Correspondence solicited. Samples  recefve prompt attention.-  I*.   O.  i:()X   1215.   (JKEHNIVOOIJ,   IS.   o.  Sept. 22 and 23. The very latest shapes and styles.,  in all the newest shades."    We invito  inspection.  Dry Goods. RENDELL & CO/--toots and Shoes  MaBBaraBBmHaaBw-B^  place on those dates.  John- Holmes" e'lime''over "from  Grand Forks Sunday last with'the  cricketers. Jack was one of the  old timer? of Greenwood, hut had  not been in the city for three years.  Rev. F. V. Venables and E. W.  Bishop left Monday morning to  join Jas. S. Birnie and Ii. K.  Steven in a week's hunting and  iishing. Lodge opened every evening atS sharp.  Dan Sehnofcer, representing the  Boundary cigar manufactured in  Grand Forks, was in the city this  week. lie says his sales are  gradually increasing  the Boundary.  J. M. Doyle, assistant superintendent of the G. N. Ry. at Spokane, is in the city in connection  with the sale of "Wellington camp  properties in which he is interested  to the B. C. Copper Co.  JI. F. Stow, local manager of the  Bank of B. N. A., left Monday for  a few days visit in Spokane. Mrs.  Stow and Miss Belden, who have,  been visiting friends in Spokane  for tho past two weeks, will return with him.  send   the'pill  his shoulders and  over "the fence? '"-  In fact, had we only" done differently, how differently would we  have done !  Greenwood scored only 29 in the  first inning.against Grand Forks'  4S. In the second inning Greenwood scored 33, and Grand Forks  scored the few runs needed to win  without the loss of a wicket.���������Com.  throughout  At the Turkish Bath house  in Nelson you can get Turkish,  Russian, salt water, medicated,  and tub baths. The Turkish bath  is one of the greatest health-producers in the world.  A Big Deal.  ���������This morning a big mining deal  was completed in Greenwood for  a group of claims in -Wellington  camp,  gregating  the amounts in the bonds agin   the.  neighborhood of  PHOENIX. B. 0  opposite the Great Northern'depot and is a delightful  iven for the weary traveler.   Great veins of hot water  haven for tJie weary ,    _.  ���������. ,.������������������..  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are al-  (-i-o  -���������ways at the TOi'vice of those,in searelr of material  cleanliness. Tho dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  mukes tho drinks go down like eating fruit in a (lower  gardon, Tho sainplo rooms are the largest iu tho inonii-  tfthiETand a pleasure to druiiimors  with big, trunks. ;  JAS. MARSHALL       -      -       PROPRIETOR  ilBM������W''ll'*'tf^  WKI.LS,  -I'ro-irlolot-.  nelson, B. 0.  It. TOIIIICII-iS,)  niiiimjri-r.  T. M. Graves arrived in the city  this week from Sturgeon lake in  Northe.-n Ontario. While then-  he saw Jim Attwood, Pat Hickey,  Mjko Kane, Jack Frost and Tom  Dohie, all ohMimers of this district, who are working on locations  made last season.  ��������� Pete, the Ledge dog and the  most qmirrelsomc canine vet maim-  will (D. y.) take the West Fork  stage Saturday morning for Wallace mountain, where he will have  an opportunity to mingle with bob  cats and cougar.-', instead of Irish  setters, as he has been in the past  few months.  J. 13.   Proctor,  of Calgary, district passenger agent of the'C. P.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat,  electric   light,  private  baths.     Telephonol'.Lr^TcS^M.Mg'irnico  in every room.   Finest lava-    '       "   '       '  Lories in B.  O.   First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  one hundred thousand dollars  The properties bonded are the  Molly Prichard and Athelstan  fraction, owned by Foibes M.  Kerby, P. [-. S., and Jno. Buckley;  the Jack Pod, owned by James M.  Doyle, Al. Sanderson aud Larry  Moriarity, and the Buttercup,  owned by John J. Fan-ell. The  purchasers are the British Columbia Copper company.  The claims have all been crown-  granted. The ore is arsenical ii on  and carries gold and silver values.  The ledge-* a:*o Urge and the ore  will prove an excillent (lux when  treated along with (he other ores  of the company.  The Kootenay Cigar Co. of Nelson have in the Royal Seal a cigar  that is known and smoked between  the wheat country and the blue  Pacific.  It costs no more but'tastes like more  'PHOENIX;- BEER;'���������,  The Pridejof Western Canada. Phono 138, Greenwood  L'AILOR  ���������'.-.MERCHANT. T  Men's clothes cleaned, pressed and  Repaired.  Fine Work  A Specialty  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, I). C, is the lending  hotel of the city. Moiiul-iin trout  mid game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Kiyen, Prop  today. Ho is with the party of  mining engineers visiting this district. From here the party will  go to Phoenix and then back to  visit the Blue Bell mine, and then  up the Arrow lakes to the main  line. This afternoon tho Sunset,  Mother Lodo and smelter wero  visited. There are about fifty in  tho party.  The Casino " 'favorite, 'Grace  Cameron,- and a largo company in  0. Herbert Kerr's latest, biggest  and best success,"- "Little Dollio  Dimples," will bo the attraction at  the Auditorium Friday eveningf  tho 1.Sth inst. This dainty little  star and her most excellent organization come to us with tho stamp  of approval of all the largest cities  and the press has bcon unanimous  in its praise of both tho clever work  ofthestnr and the production in  ils entirety. There is no doubt  that the business of this sterling  attraction nt the Auditorium will  bo a record breaker.  Railway Survey.  A -party of surveyors, reputed to  bo C. P. R-,.aro at present located  about twelve miles east of Penticton on MioCnrini trail, not far  from tho head of Ellis creek'. On  Monday a number of the gang  with a packtrain were iu Penticton  for supplies, but would give no information as to tho object the party  has in view. The most profound  secrecy i.s maintained, and the men  themselves merely know that thoy  are working for the chief engineer.  A party of C.   P.   Ii.  engineers  Midway and. Vernon.  It is understood that English  capital is to be provided for the  building of the Midway and Vernon railway, a proposed air line of  eighty miles to connect the boundary and Okanagan districts/  The charter is owned by Greenwood parties, aud construction  work was started three years ago.  In. all twenty miles of grading west  from Midway have been completed.  Work was discontinued owing to a  disagreement ( with a New York  syndicate which had arranged to j  finance the proposition.  Ralph Smailes, who is interested  in the charter, made arrangements  in New York a few weeks ago for  ali the capital needed to link Vernon   with   Midway.    During   his  stay there he closed a deal  with  the representatives of an  English  syndicate.    It is not unlikely that  construction work may  be  undertaken shortly.    The proposed railway will asceud_the valley of lhe  West  Fork  of  Kettle   river   nnd  crossing a low'divide at its  headwaters  mako the descent to Vernon  by  an   easy grade.    It   will  open up an  important  mining and  agricultural district.    Several high  grade mines along the  route now  transport their ores  forty miles in  sleighs in winter time and derive a  prolit,   the   values   per  ton  often  exceeding 8130 in silver and  gold,  net.  Mr. Smailes reached here yesterday from New York aud felt elated  over his success in piomoting the  enterprise after its various vicissitudes. A few years ago the provincial 'government held that- a  cash subsidy granted tho railway  had lapsed owiug to the failure ol  the promoters* to' carry out the  terms as regards construction. Subsequently a stated case was submitted to Chief Justice I fun ter,  who decided that the subsidy had  not- lapsed.  If the line is built- it will he a  competitor of the proposed extension of the C. P. R. from Nicola lo  Mid way. The C. P. R. has survey parties in the field this season  ���������   The Tiger mine iu tho Slocan is  being worked.  Twenty men are now working at  the Last.Chance,"Sandon.       -    -,  '   New Denver is to have an' exhibit of fruit at the Nelson Fair.  The Windsor hotel at Grand  Forks has been remodeled and re-  christened the Yale.  The Covert estate, Grand Forks,  will this year produce twenty-five  carloads of fruit.  R. M. McEntire., C. K., formerly  of Greenwood,-is manager of tho  Beecher mine near Orient.  R. M. Palmer has been appointed  deputy minister or agriculture by  the provincial government.  ' E- L. Smith, late of Kasb, has .  bought an interest in the boat business of H. Lindsay at Nelson.  A now pile and truss traffic  bridge is to be built over the Goat  river at a point two and a half  miles southwest of Creston.  Bears  are reported to  be  very"  numerous around Hope mountain.  They are supposed  to have been  driven down by forest fires.  There is a movement on foot to  install an electric lighting system    '  in   Moyie.       The   proposition   is  meeting with popular favor.   -  The International Typographical '  uniou has made a  contribution of '  $500 for the relief of the members -  who suffered by the Fernie fire.  Five boys in Vancouver,   vary-*  ing in  age  from   10  to U years,  were sentenced to live years in the  reformatory recently for a series of  thefts.   ' ���������   ,  John McKane has sold the St.  John, N. B., Telegraph and Times  to a Liberal syndicate. No money  in running Conservative papers in  New Brunswick.  _ John Macdonald was forced to  give up the Creston school on account of his health. He is again  back in Moyie and is working at  the St. Eugene concentrator.   '  It is i eported- that Eastern capitalists have bonded the Dykehead  mineral claim, near Christina lake, *  and that development /work was  started on the "property this week.  The amount of the bond is said to  be ������50,000.  The First Thought mine, which  is located just south of the Boundary line in the State of Washington, and is owned by Pat Burns  and associates, is said to be the  largest gold mine in proportion to  development in the United States.  One hundred rooms aro to be  added to the Empress hotel, Victoria, before next season. The addition has practically been decided  upon and work will commence, it  is expected, immediately after the  visit to Victoria next month of Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy ou his annual tour of inspection.  E. J. Coyle, who has been connected with the O. P. R. passenger  department for the past 15 years,  has resigned the position of assistant general passenger agent,  which ho has held for ten years.  It is Mr. Coyle's intention to go  into business in Vancouver in the  near future.  Varnished Tile Wall Piper���������  especially suitable for bath room  and kitchen, at McRae Bros.  Wfddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  locating a route, which docs not go  near Vernon. The route is direct  to the west shore of Okanagan lake  and thence via Penticton due east  to the Columbia and Western  branch of tho C. P. R. at Midway.���������Vancouver Province.  The Kootenay Beilo reigns supreme iu many a camp. It is a  cigar that brings delight and appreciation wherever smoked.  havo been workiiu  Hiiniiuer be  tween Nicola and Penticjion and it  is conjectured kthat those up Ellis  creek have worked in from Midway and are connected with the  same proposition, that of running  a line fiom Midway, tho terminus  of the O. P. R. at the east,''to the  terminus of tho company's;branch  to Nicola. This much is known,  for a certainty, that the Ellis creek  party are Joiuting n, -railway survey lino that jwas made twelve  years ugo from Midway to penticton. Homo grading was at that  time done at this point,  but was  ���������Missionary Baynes, late in charge  of the Angliciin church  mission at    .. ���������  New Denver, is shortly leaving for      ..������  England for the purpose   of   de- .���������������",,,���������  livering    a    course    of   lectures  throughout the United KingdOiU  on  British   Columbia,   illustrated  with   liuib-light   slides-   with   the  hope or* inducing'young men of  capital to venture out to develop,  mines and to culsivato  laud.    Ho  hops also to  prevail  upon  respectable dome;4ie.ited' young women'  to come ouf-. as thero are excellent  facilities olfei'e.l both sexes for the  right class of pepple.  City Council.  The council met on Monday  evening, all members being present  except-Alderman Mortimer.  A letter was read from F. W.  McLaiue, re purchase of lots in  Block 47, 55, 48, 41) and 54 for  recreation grounds. The letter  was referred to a special committee  appointed to obtain the cor-t of the  recreation grounds and report at a  later meeting.  Tenders were ordered to he obtained for the proposed extension  of water main on Gold street,  south of Green wood street.  Aldermaa Fleming was instructed to examine all pipe on hand aud  report at next meeting;  Following accouuts were ordered '  ��������� Tho Gohsinbia cigar  and.fi'ce-f.iiioking cigar,  in all mountain towns  iu acIhuii.  is a largo  It is sold  and  mado  The [���������..dgo, $2'a year.  E. W. Bishop.,... ���������.'.'..'.-..',  Steam Laundry......',"....  Iluhar & McKay,.........  Uleelrii* Lights .' .  F. C. Buekjess...���������.'..,<....  liiiSHiill-Liuv-Caiilliolil Co.  A. A. Frechette   N. Dowar   D..C. Tc.lcpliono Co.......  Alderman Gulley introduced a  Temperary Loan bylaw.which was  read, three times.  Tho   mayor. was authorized  to  ..!fll2 47  .. 2 55  .. 54 'AS  . 1H7 0.1  .. !5 00  .. (10 51  1 Ui)  . 'J 'It,  .    18 00  sign, seal and get tho necessary  signature's to tho contract for tho  Providence creek reservoir.  Lines, leaders; hooks, rods, reels  and other fishing tackle can bo  bought from J. L. Coles.  iMiiwwwuwum THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA,  ���������jfi'  Mother-in-law Arrives Unexpectedly and Soon Starts Things.  SHE IS SUSPICIOUS OF CALM.  ' Greeting So Cordial It Did Not Seem  Natural, and She Feels III at .Ease.  Old Man Goes Out and Comes Home  With a Whoop.  [Copyright, IMS, by T. C. McClure.]  J had not visited my son-in-law and  slaughter for three months when tho  feeling camo to mo tho other day that  Mr. Bowser was acting up and that my  presence was required. Without giving 'tho slightest warning I packed my  trunk and took the train and arrived  nt 7 o'clock In the evening.  I expected to find my ilaugliter in  hod with sick headache and Mr. Bowser hammering and snwiii,; nnd pound-  lug and stopping now and then to toll  her that if she would persist in going  barefoot in the hack yard she must  not expect him to put himself out for  her headaches.  ��������� I could almost hoar him whistle and  King, and I had a vision of liim trying  ti lire escape from tho window and  testing tho burglar alarm.  As 1 drew near tho house I thought 1  could bear him shouting to tlie cook to  boil two eggs for Mrs. Bowser's dinner and following that with the statement that boiled eggs were a sure cure  for any kind of headaches.  As I softly opened the front door I  had no doubt that I would catch him  drumming on tho piano and singing  some song at tho top of his voice and  that I should have him by the ear tha  next moment.  Everything  Was Quiet.  I was altogether wrong.   Mr. Bowser  and his wife were in the sitting room  ''IT  WOULD  SEEM  HOMELIKE TO HAYI* A  COW AJlOUND."  /���������laying cards, and sho had just won  her fifth successive game without hii  ���������having charged her with being a fraud  and a swindler, no was the first to  see me, and with "There is our dear  'mother!" he came running down the  hail to greet me���������he that hardly thrco  months ago referred to me as "that  old cat!" My daughter was well and  looking happy, and it is not necessary  lo say that I was taken aback.  ��������� I waited for Mr. Bowser to ask "why  in the devil I camo," as he did last  time, but he rubbed his hands aud  smiled and said he was awfully glad to  see mc. I thought to start him off by  saying that I had come down to  straighten him out, but he only rubbed  and smiled tho more. lie ran down to  ���������the kitchen and told the cook to set  me out the best in the house, and as  lie returned ho patted me on the shoulder and joyously said:  ��������� "Why, mother, you are looking as  young and lively as a two-year-old  colt!   No ono would take you for a day  ��������� over forty."  ; A few brief weeks before when the  cook had asked him my age he had giv-  .on a snort of contempt and replied that  I would never sec ninety again.  For the next hoar I kept looking at  Sarah and expecting her to burst out  crying, but she did nothing of the kind.  It was not until I had mado an excuse  to send Mr. Bowser to the drug store  that I could get a word with her In  private. Then sho Informed me that  he bad come home with one of his  "spells" on that husbands get about  once in three months and that it might  ���������last a day or two. Sho had taken him  in hand soon after he came home, but  'had made no impression.  | She bad shown him the gas bill.  j She had told him the range coal was  out. V  | She had said that one of the water  pipes was leaking.  , Sho had said the cook wanted more  [wages.  ��������� She had asked for money to buy hosiery.  ; He had passed through each nnd every crisis ,witb the utmost serenity and  had even let her beat hlin in euchre  'without smashing up the furniture.  ' When n husband gets such n spell on  there is no knowing how It will turn  out. He may give his wife ?20 for a  'new hat or he may get out of bed at  linldulght nnd chop her up with the ax  land plead temporary insanity. I told  Sarah that I would take Mr. Bowser  in hand and try to restore the natural  order of things, nnd when he returned  from the store I was ready for him.  Arter he had kissed mo again and reiterated that I was getting my youth  back I said:  ��������� "Samuel, Sarah tolls mo that y������n aro  getting ready to make garden again  this year."  Begins at Him,  "Yes, mother dear."  "Well, let it alone. Last summer  you had the back yard nil torn up for  nothing. All your raised wns ono old  tomato and about 400 cats.   Drop It"  "Yes, mother."  "Every year about this time you  begin to figure ou keeping chickens, I  suppose you bavo got tlio chicken  fever tills' year?"  "Well, I did think of gottlng about  two dozen Leghorns."  "Then don't do any more thinking.  I .won't liuyo Sarah annoyed by a lot  or cmcKcns nroirnu.-        v  "I'll drop the Idea, mother."  "You may be thinking of a new  yiilk cow"  "Yes, I have been. We could have  our own milk and butter, you know,  and It would seem homelike to have a  cow around. If you have no objections, mother, darling���������"  "But 1 have objections!" 1 snapped  at him. "You Just let the cow business drop. No one but an idiot would  think of keeping a cow in a city."  "Just as you say."  "And I wns reading in the papers  about your joining the Gay Old Boys'  club and letting thorn make a fool of  you. You ought to be ashamed of  yourself."  "Yes, mother, I am, and I will never  attend another meeting of the club.  They got me in under pretense that  President Roosevelt was a member  and then stood mo on my head and  poured ice water down my back."  I wasn't getting along as well as I  expected and saw that I must adopt  more heroic remedies. Therefore,  after a minute,* I said:  "I learn that you aro thinking of  writing a play?"  "Yes; I have had some talk with  Sarah about "it, but nothing definite  has been arrived at. I believe that I  could write a  successful  piny."'  "Well, I don't. I don't believe you  could come within <!00 miles of it.  You have got no more dramatic talent  about you thtui nn old goat."  "Is that your belief, mother?" he  asked.  "Certainly It is."  "Then I will throw the idea overbonrd.  I thought I was brimful of dramatic  talent, but if you say not then that  settles it. IIow glad I am that you  came to toll me this before I had gone  ahead with the work!"  "And Sarah says that you aro scribbling away at what you call a poem  and you hope to startle the world with  It   Is this a fact?"  Derides His Ability.  "Why, I am scribbling n little on a  poem."  "Then you stop scribbling. It's nil  nonsense. You can no more write a  poem than a bullfrog can play the  jewsharp."  "Really, mother?"  "Of course you can't. You had bettor spend your time hunting for mouse  holes. Are you going out anywhere tonight?"  "No, mother darling. I am going to  stay right here and entertain you."  "You might go to your bowling club,"  I suggested, hoping to get him out of  the way for a couple of hours."   '  "I have resigned from it. I thought  it wasn't right for me to run out nights  nnd leave Sarah alone."  Then in desperation I asked him to  go to a saloon and get me a bottle of  beer and not to hurry back with it. He  went, and it was two hours before he  returned. Wo heard him whoop as he  entered the gate, and when I ran down  and let him in it was with a positive  relief that I saw him stagger back to  the wall and, after winking and blinking for a moment, heard him exclaim:  "Shay, now, but who in thunder invited, you to come down here? We got  old cats 'nufE in the back yard now!"  Moral.���������If you are a husband be  good, but don't be too goody good.  M.   QUAD.  Foiled Again.  'Tlease, sir," faltered the office boy,  "I would like to get off to attend the  baseball game this afternoon."  "No, you don't!" snapped the boss.  "You have no more intention of going  to see the game than I have. You  want to get off to attend the funeral of  your grandmother. Oh, you can't fool  me!"���������Detroit Tribune.  The Butterfly���������No fair catching me  now.   This is goal.  Much the Same.  "As near as I can figure it ont," said  the mere man. "heaven must he a place  tvhero it is always summer."  i "Yes," rejoined the sweet young  thing, "und doubtless the proportion of  men to women there will be about the  ,������amo as it is at tins summer nworta."-  Chlcago News.  Bohemia.  Bohemia Is youth. Youth Is everywhere. It Is bounded on tho north nnf  enst by the barren desert of middle age  nnd on tho south nnd west by the steep  and Impassable mountains of success.  The true bohemian Is drunk on nothiug  but ambitious and Ideals, and, though  these leave no headache, they frequently leave nn emptiness of the stomach.  Tho true bohemian has an appetite the  morning after, but thero Is often no  breakfast���������Sydney Bulletin.  Public Opinion.  ' Public opinion Is a wtll-o'-the-wisp.  It is here today and gone tomorrow.  Public opinion crucified the Christ, an.1  the centuries have condemned It for its*  net. Ever since- that time the public  has been making blunders, commlttiLg  crimes, furnishing tho evidence of ita  own unwisdom In every time and country.  Business Sonse.  "Has that titled son-in-law of yoUrs  any business sense?"  "Yes," answered Mr. Dastinstax. "I  must say I ndraire his foresight ami  sagacity. He absolutely refused to  tuke any chances on my regarding him  as. a noor relation."���������Wuahh-urton, Star.  EVOLUTION'S   DARKER' SfDty  Distinctly does my mind recall  Tho day I evoluted  To this so called terrestrial ball  From  realms  prcinstltutcd.  I seemed to know upon that day  That I, alas,' was fated  To wander my eternal way  Absurdly antedated.  No sooner had my opened eyes  Observed my now surroundings  Than 1 was forced, to my surprise,  To swallow strange com poundings. ,  In no remembered clime or state  In ages prehistoric '  "Was ever It my awful fato i  To taste of paregoric.  When bobbing softly In tho brlno      ,  Or wriggling through earth's strata  No giant killer tale for mine  Nor Humpty Dumpty data!  And when 1 sprang from tree to tre������  Or sang with birdlike chirrup  I knew no tasto of catnip tea  And none of soothing sirup.  Bo now, as I remarked before,  I  saw my sad (position���������    \  My ago a million years or more,  Vol dandled on a cushion!  In vain 1 howled with lusty throat  In angry  protestation.  They simply put mo In a boat  And rocked like all creation.  Thoy washed mo off with slippery audi  And gave my back a chalking,  Then swaddled In abnormal duds  The parts put on for walking.  And no Interpreter I'd heard  In monkey land or other  Could fathom by a single word  The gibberish of my mother.  Of courso I queried right and left  As soon us I was able  Why I ot feathers was bereft  And why wo used n table.  1 even asked my latest kin  To give some explanation  Why tooth and claw should bo drawn  In  When battling with a ration.  And now I do my level best  To fill the bill suggested;  I'm acting muchly like tho rest  With human forms Invested.  But, sotto voce, I would add  I wish I'd left creation : ������������������  Before 1 got���������and got It bad���������  This fad���������domestication.  ���������New York Evening Sun.  The Tactful Doctor.  A physician in a small town in  Northern Michigan got himself into  a serious predicament by his inability  to remember, names and people. One  day, while making out a patient's receipt, his visitor's name escaped him.  Not wishing to appear so forgetful,  and thinking to get a clue, he asked  her whether she spelled her name  with an e or an i. The lady smilingly  replied, "Why, doctor, my name is  Hill."���������Success Magazine.  The change ot dietary that comes  with spring and summer has the effect in weak stomachs of setting up  hillainmation, resulting in dysentery  and cholera morbus. The abnormal  condition will continue if not attended to and will cause an exhaustive  drain on tho system. The best available medicine is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's.  Dysentery Cordial. It clears the stomach and bowels of irritants, counteracts the inflammation and restore**  tlie organs to healthy action.  HIS   USELESS   KICK.  A woman on the train ��������� entering  Grand Rapids asked the conductor  how long tlie cars stopped at the ^Union Station.  He replied: "Madam, we stop just  four minutes, from two to two to two  two."  The woman turned to her companion and soaid:���������  "I wonder if ho, thinks he's the  whistle on the engine!"��������� Outdoor  Life.  All  Druggists,  Grocers  and  general  stores sell  Wilson's Fly Tads.  "A Corruptionist."  "A corruptionist," said Senator De-  pew, "once entered a voter's house. Iu  the voter's absence ho pleaded his  cause to the man's wife. Finally, spying a wretched kitten on the floor, he  said: ,  '"I'll give you $25 for that animal,  ma'am.   Do you accept those terms?'  " 'I'll try to,' said the woman,  'though Jim's a hard one to move when  his mind's made up; but, anyhow,  you've got a real cheap kitten there.  Your opponent was iu yesterday and  gave me $50 for its brother.' "  Merchant��������� Pll give you a position  as clerk to start with and pay you  what you are worth, is that satisfactory? ,  Applicant���������Oh, perfectly; but���������or���������  do you think that the firm can afford  it?���������Illustrated Bits.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  When a boy begins to wash his  do so, you may depend upon it that  he is in love for the first time.  Her Fear.  "Santa Maria!   I fear my hat is not  on straight."  The Long and Short of It.  Two golfers, one an ,expert at the'  game and the other a tyro, were playing a loug hole, and the tyro took several strokes to get on to the green. It  was a large green and his ball was  about sixty yards from the hole, which  he managed to "hole out." Turning to  his friend he observed, "There is no  doubt my short game Is better than my  long."  "There Is no doubt," answered the  expert "that it is longer."���������Harper's  Weekly.  ���������      ������������������- i  ���������   i  Tough Luck.  Tommy���������W'at's de matter, Chimmie?  Ter look sore.  Chimmie���������Sure I'm sore. I got up'  ���������arly yisted'y moruin' an' anchored me-'  sel' alongside o' dat knothole in de  fence at de baseball grounds; den  w'en de game' begins de overflow  crowd lined up in front o' me knothole.  ���������Catholic Standard and Times.  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER  More little lives are lost during the  hot weather than at any other time  of the year, diarrhoea;' dysentery,  cholera infantum and stomach troubles come without warning, and  when a medicine is not at- hand to  give promptly the short delay too  frequently means that the child has  passed beyond aid. During the hot  weather months Baby's' Own Tablets  should be kept in every home where  there are small children. An occasional \ dose of the Tablets will prevent stomach and bowel troubles. Or  if the trouble comes unawares the  prompt use of this medicine will  bring the child through safely. Mrs.  J. Renard, New Glasgow, Que., says:  ���������"One of my children had a severe  attack of diarrhoea which Baby's Own  Tablets promptly cured. I know of  no medicine so good for stomach and  bowel troubles." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from Tlie Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  FJrockville  Ont.  Huronic Claims Victory.  On the. arrival of the steamer Huronic at Sarnia after her Tace with the  C.P.U. steamship Assiniboia, a version somewhat different from the telegraphed reports from the Soo, of the  race was given.  According, to passengers, the Assiniboia passed Port Arthur lighthouse  five minutes ahead of the Huronic.. Tn  a run of 40 miles to Passage Island  made in 2 hours and 20 minutes, the  Huronic overtook and passed the Assiniboia, and held the load 4 1-2  hours, when, owing to the develop-  most of a heavy pock;-.t of slaek coal  in uho bunkern, steam dropped from  I7,r> lbs., legal pressure, which she  had- b?en carrying, to 140 lbs. The  Assiniboia then slowly forged ahead,  maintaining a slight lead to White-  fish Point, when the Hurorilc began  to fall into hrr old stride and closed  upon the Assiniboia until at the Canadian buoy, which marks the separate  entrances to the Canadian and TJ. S.  canals, tho actual difference in tha  time between the vessels was exactly  2 minutes, making the Huronic a winner by 3 minutes.  Need It All.  Old -Gentleman���������Rastus, if you had  half of that big watermelon would you  be happy?  Little Rastus���������No, sah.  Old Gentleman-What more would  ������ou want to complete your happiness?  Little Rastus���������De odder half ob dat  melon, sah.���������Detroit Tribune.  A Domestic Diplomat.  "IIow do you manage to get so much  of your way in your family?"  "Very simple, I nssuro you. When  my wife and I differ I And out beforehand what she wants and then order  her to do that way. Naturally she doea  uilno,"���������Baltimore American.  A Good Reason.  "Why can't you come and give that  ���������ddress you promised lhe club on good  advice to henpecked husbands?'  "Because my wife won't let me go'  But of nights."���������Baltimore America**.  No Way Out of It.  "Judge, your honor, here la my doc-  tor's paper that snya I am not weU  enough to come to court today."  "But you are hero!"  "Well, you see, I had to como; there  was no one to seud!"-Fllegende Blotter. ������������������  Nuns Leave Old Home.  For two hundred and fifty years  the headquarters of the Congregation  of Notre Dame, the most ancient  teaching community in the Roman  Catholic Church, has been located on  a little narrow thoroughfare called St.  Jian Baptiste street, off Notre Dame,  aud the entire community consisting  of 150 novices and 200 nuns have removed to their new home on West  Sherbrooke street- Beneath the little  church of the community lay the remains *>f Margaret Bourgeois, -. the  foundress of the community, who died  in 1700, and surrounding her in their  long and silent sleep are over two  hundred nuns, which will all soon  be removed to the mountain slope.  Amongst the reverend ladies who  have chanrnd their abode were over  fifty wlio have already celebrated  their golden anniversary in Toligioua  life. The gathering of the black-clad  ladies of the congregation m their  old chapel and the chanting of the  hymns appropriate to tho departure  constituted a sight not soon to be forgotten.  Knew His Business.  Charley Lovediiy-Uin-iih-er! He,  he!  Jeweler (lo his assistant)���������Rrlng that  tray of engagement rings here, Henry.  ���������Spare Moments.  Favoritism.  Why may frail  blossoms, to delight the  eye,  Borrow rich colors from the sun on high.  While all accorded to superior mar.  Is sunburn, freckles or unsightly tun?  ���������Aikuita Constitution.  f.P������M;0 -*V,; ���������iii.v lr:I*.*s  T^yi**  ������ h~'K*.r.,' *T'i*r*ti-t('"'>������"ii''. i-V"���������������-'k'- ^'-i V(*  IfJ'i* *('.'-������������������ Til" ,".'.������.������L\r-*-.Ti.'lJ'-V^^2*?"' Jl".^- ������������������'���������L'tr'--. ���������*, .  mitimm  w������  W    N.   U.     No.    701.  A  Disgruntled  Marj's Experience In ���������>  Windy City  Restaurant.  "You've kept me waiting fifteen mln-  tes for that steak," grumbled the man  ,t the table In the far corner-of tho  restaurant, "and you bring It to me  uverdono and not Dt to eat!"  "Sorry, sir," said the waiter.' "I  couldn't bring it any sooner. We're a  little short handed today. I'll take tho  steak back and bring you another one  If yon say so."  "Anil keep me waiting another fifteen  minutes? Not by a thundering sight!  t'll eat this piece of sole leather, but  I'll report you to your boss."  "Begging your pardon, sir, I think  you'll find that steak all right. It does  not look to me overdone.'.'  "I'm not asking your opinion about  It."  "I know it. I am offering it voluntarily."  "You're pretty blamed fresh fofxa  waiter. Are there any more at home  like you?"  "Several. You don't have to pay for  I hat steak if you don't like it, sir, and  yon dou't have to eat hero at all If  (here's any other place that suits you.  [letter, you know."  Then tho waiter went away to attend  lo another table.  "Who's that fellow with tho pompadour that waited on mo?" asked the  disgruntled customer fifteen or twenty  .���������liliiutes later as ho settled his score at->  the cashier's desk. "I want to report  lilni for Impertinence."  "Illm?" said tho cashier. "Gee! Don't  you know? lie's the proprietor."���������Chicago Tribune.  A Forecast.  Pennsylvania railroad employees are  telling a story about an Irish fireman  who applied for a place as engineer.  Tie answered the officials' severe questions during the examination in a satisfactory manner until oue asked,  "Suppose you were running your engine sixty miles an hour on a single  track, and, running around a curve,  saw another engine come toward you  at the same speed and only a short  distance away, what would you do?"  The applicant was not stumped, and  with but a moment's hesitation declared, "I'd bless myself."���������Lippin-  cott's Magazine.  Indian Detective Trick;  A very old Indian detective trick  played its part in the arrest of the  Bengali youth Khurdiram Bose, who  throw the bomb which killed Mrs.  and Miss Kennedy at Muzufferpore.'  He was seated in. the railway station at Waini, some 20 miles from  the scene of the crime, and was seat  ing, a meal of rice, when two con'-;  stables approached him. One of the  constables noticed that the youth's'  saliva had ceased to flow, apparently  through fright at the sudden appearance of the policemen; and that, in  spite of his nonchalant air; ,he was  unable to continue his meal. The  constable toyed with his man for a  while, and then, having his suspicions  confirmed, seized him before he could  fire tho revolver with which he was  trying to shoot himself. This svstem  of detection, il is stated, is traditional  among the Indian-police.  A suspected person- will bo placed  ivMi' others and a native inspector  will mutter some gibberish over an  old four-cornered rupee. Having thus  worked upon the fears of his auditors  he will give each of them a handful  of rice and instruct them to eat it  as- fast as they can. The guilty one,,  It is averred, will be unable to eat.  and the strike of the sr-Hynry glands  Is regarded as furnishing a prima  facie case  for arrest.  X,  Insect  Hypnotism.  "Did you over know," said the  hypnotist, as he played with a curious, glittering hypnotizing machine  of crystal and silver���������"did you ever  kuow that hypnotism is practiced  among insects?"  "No."  Well, it is a fact. A queen beo  ean hypnotize her whole hive whenever she wants to. She makes a curious humming sound, and within n  moment or two every bee in the col-  onv falls into a hypnotic trance.  "The death's-head hawk-moth is alio a hypnotist of great power. This  creature, indeed, makes its living out  of hypnotism. Entering a hive, it  piakes a sound not unlike the queen  bee's note, an'd. the bees immediately  jinking into slumber, the moth prb-  ���������eeds to plunder at its..leisure."  edicme  For biliousness, constipation, and  Kidney derangements Dr. . A. W.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills easily stand first.  Lots of suffering; would be avoided  and much serious disease prevented  Us every family did as .the writer of  this letter' suggests.  She has found out from experience  with many medicines that- there is  nothing so good as Dr.- A. W. Chase's  .Kidiney and..Liver Pills as a family  medicine' for biliousness and constipation.  . Such diseases C3 Bright's disease,  diabetes and appendicitis', almost invariably .arise from- neglect to keep  the liver, .kidneys and bowels regular.,  This emphasizes the .wisdom of1  keeping Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney  and Liver Bills constantly on  hand.  "For a long time I suffered from  liver complaint and biliousness -and  could find nothing to help me until ,  I used Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  I have recommended these Pills to  many of my friends and they ��������� have  all been well" satisfied with the results. You. can use this letter for  the benefit of women who are suffering as I did."���������Miss Julio Langlois,  Manor,  Saslc.  One pill a dose, 25 cents a box. At  all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  Co, Toronto.  Dr/A.-W..Chase's  A Direful Threat.  It was during a very tedious ride on  a western railway, and the passengers,  tired, dirty and thirsty all berated the  company with the exception of one  single man. His fellow passengers  commented on this, and asked him  why he did not denounce the company  too.  "It would bo hardly fair," he replied, "as I am traveling on a free  pass, but if they don't do better pretty  soon, blame me if I don't go out and  buy a ticket and join you."���������Harper's  Weekly.  Has No Kick Coming.  "People kick about hanging on the  strap, but I think it's tho real thing."  Just Picked It Up.  "Yes," said Mrs. Newrich shortly after her return from a trip across the  pond, "France is a great country and  the people In Faris are amazingly  clever."  "In what way?" queried Mrs. Homer.  "Why, they all speak French fluently," replied Mrs. Newrich, "and several of them assured me they had never taken a single lesson in the language."���������Detroit Tribune.  -The Real  Meaning.  Gaddie���������Crittick read your essay, and  he Insists that you're beyond your  depth.  DcRiter���������Ah, I thought he would!  Gaddie���������You did? Then you know  what he means.  DeRIter���������Yes; he means simply that  I'm beyond his depth.���������Philadelphia  Press.  Practical Sympathy.  A gentleman was one day relating to  n Quaker a tale of deep distress and  toncludedjsy saying: .  "I could not but feel for him."  "Verily, friend," replied tlie Quaker,  "thou didst right in that thou didst  feel for thy neighbor, but didst thou  (eel In the right place? Didst thou feel  hi thy pocket?"���������Democratic Telegram.  Corns arc caused by the pressure  of tight boots, but no one need be  troubled with them long when so  simple a remedy as Holloway's Corn  Cure is available.  The- small boy who was raised *n  the country and wore a flour-sack  shirt with, tho brand "XXX" in the  back, makes the silk-shirted / city  fellow go some when they meet in  the highway of life.  The source of all intestinal troubles  is the common house ily; his buzz is  the first symptom of typhoid. Wilson's Fly Pad is the only thing that  kills   them   all.  Bobby���������Wot good *ud dat do me?  J wuz born on de Fourth o' July.���������  Judge.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,  etc.  T7iE MATTERHORN.  Cooling. i"  Tho Eskimo Is cold, Is cold,  Up by tho frozen polo,  ills houso Is worth Its weight In colder would bo If 'twere hero and sold���������  ilut ho don't know, poor soull  He shivers In his Icy bed;  ills spina Is never still.  X furry cap Is on his head,  Worth plunks und plunks, or so 'Us  said,  And yet ho has a chilli  Fresh Iceland breezes fan his brow.  Cracked lco Is freo as air.  He wears tho sclfsamo collar now  Ho wore n decado slnco, I vowl  How blissful to bo tlierol  ~U B. Waterhnuso In Now York &*a.  Hydrophobia Plus.  A little girl cumo running to tell  jr.bnut a mad dog she had seen. "Wo  taw a mad dog-" sho gasped, hut the  [words seemed too tamo to do justice  to tho situation. "Oh, ho was mad,  mad!" sho added,frowning������ndpump-  lug Jier fists. ."Ho was .furious..!".  Classifying It.  "I see that ballooning Is to become  n society sport."  "Rather more elevating than monkey  dinners, cV?"  "Exactly. It's decidedly n snort t>ai  can't I/o monkeyed with."'-  Soon a Railway Will Mount to the Top  of the 'Great Peak.  In about four years' time, when you  wish to-climb tho-Mattorhorn,-instead  of engaging a guide and waiting days  for fair weather and then risking j-.oui-  neck in a breathless, glorious scramble over the glaciers and cliffs, you  will simply press a button and shout,  "Going up!" The railway to tho top  of the mountain, which is to be completed at a cost of $1,250,000, will-be  the most interesting of the world's  great elevators and will carry- tho  "rocking chair climber" to those grand  . viewpoints which defied all mountaineers until the memorable ascent in  1S05 by Mr. Whymper, Lord Douglas  and their companions, which ended  ���������tragically. The road will pierce Its  way upward through tunnels in the  living rock to a point within ".ixty  feet of the summit, at an altitu e Oi  14.7S0 feet, where a number of rooms  wiH bo cut. Tho announcement is  uiade that the terminus will be provided with various novel contrivances,  not- the least of which will be a special  chamber filled with compressed oxygen  for tourists suffering from mountain  sickness. It is needless to say that the  .true mountain climbers, whose pride  and joy it is to conquer the mighty  'Alpine snow peaks, look upon this  prospective intrusion of the railroad  and hoiJes of "trippers" with ill disguised grief. It was bad enough, say  they, to have Jungfrau desecrated, but  the Matterhorn, that superb peak, pronounced by Ruskin to be the perfect  mountain, should have been left alone.  'On the other hand, thousands of people for whom the climb would be a  physical impossibility are fully capable of appreciating the glories of the  outlook and the uplift that comes from  ���������funding on so renowned a summit  No one has nn exclusive property in  ������ruch a'peak as the Matterhorn.--Boston Transcript'  Silence Not Always Golden.  Money talks, the adage says,  This lit least I've heard.  That's the reason why my purse  ' Does not say a word. .-���������  An Oil of Merit.���������Dr. Thomas' Ec-  .lectric Oil is not a. jiinible o'f'medicinal substances thrown together and  pushed by advertising, but the result  of the , careful investigation of the  curative qualities of certain oils as  applied to tho human body. . It is  a rare combination and it won and  kept public favor 'from the first. A  trial of it will carry conviction to  any who doubt its power to .repair  and heal.  ANCIENT'BABVLDN.    a  St Was Only a Village Compared With  Modern London.  Another historical lie has been nailed  to the connter by the German Oriental  society, ivhich has been engaged recently in uncovering the ruins of,ancient Babylon.  In its report, just published It states  that practically the whole area ��������� of  the city has now been laid bare and  the- foundations of the inclosing wall  traced throughout its entire length.  The space occupied by tho city was  barely one square mile as compared  with London's seventy, and the buildings were plain, unpretentious structures of sun dried bricks. The famous  wall was about thirty fc/*t high by  four miles long nnd wa3 pierced bj  four gates.  - Herodotus made this same wall fifty  miles long and a hundred feet high,  with 100 gates. But then -these old  historiansv-werc prone to exaggeration.  They gave the world to understand,  for Instauce, that the Colossus -of  Rhodes bestrode the harbor with its  feet so wide apart that an hour's hard  rowing was necessary In order to pass  from one to the other. As a matter of  fact, the statue was not a striding one, .  and its height was 120 feet only as  compared with the 150 feet of fhe  statue of Liberty which dominates  New York harbor.  And as it is with this, so it is with  most of*the other wonders of the ancient world. Pompey's pillar, for example, would he dwarfed If placed  alongside the Nelson column. The Albert memorial, erected In Hyde park  by.-Queen Victoria in memory of the  prince consort is larger and more  splendid than the temple tomb built bj  Queen Artemisia at-llnllcaruassus in  honor of her husband, Mausolus. A  score of Ninevehs could be contained  within the area of modern London,  while the palace of Cyrus, which we  were gravely assured was cemented  with gold, wns quite an ordinary edl>  fice by comparison with. say. the nevi  war office in Parliament street���������Pear  ���������on's Weekly.  The Usual Travel Talk.  "Bliggins is going abroad."  "Is he?" said the man of languid Interest  "He should have'something to tell  when he returns.!'7  ������������������'���������"Perhaps.   But the chances nre hi''  will  dc  what everybody  else docs���������  merely praise the scenery and1 abus������  the hotels."���������Pittsburg Post  ���������WEA!  KING  OF  THE  K:\OVERALLS and SHIRTS  Most Satisfaction  Look For  This   Label  When Buying.  POPULAR   PRICES   AT   ALL  DEALERS.  R. J. WHIT1A & CO., LTD.  make Your Stomach Happy with  and fresh fruits.   An Idoal summer food,  wholesome, nourishing an J delicious.  CONTAINS  MORE  REAL NUTRIMENT THAN  MEAT OR  EqqS, 1054       ���������*     SOLD   BY  ALL  GROCERS.  ������  i  i  m  m  ���������m  m  I  i  wt  I  .*'!j  i  1  i  ' *-' T  .Vi]  H  '<1  ��������� ;* j  nit  i-il  vi  ^  Ml  Si  '������������������Il  c'i  'feHumiyjUumnHU  auimwutmnkm '.-.'/  ." f  TnE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ./ -  Miss Delia  Slroebe,  -who  had Completely Lost Her Health, Found *  lie lief from Pe-ru-naat Once.  Read What She Says:  MISS DBLLA STROEBE, 710 Richmond St., Apploton, Wis., writes:  "For. several years I was In a rundown condition, and I could find no re-  liof from doctors and medicines^ I  could not enjoy my meals, and could  not sleep at night. I had heavy, dark  circles about tho eyes,  s -  "My friends' were much alarmed. I  - was advised to give Poruna a trial, and  to my joy I began to improve with tho  first bottlo. Af tor taking six bottles I  felt completely cured. - I'cannot say too  much for Peruna as a medicino for  ���������women in a run-down condition."  Pe-ru-na Did Wonders.  .Mrs. Judgo J'. I". Boyer, 1421 Sherman  Ave, Evanston, 111., says that she became run down, could neither eat nor  sleep woll.and lost'flosh and spirit. Peruna did wonders for her, and she thankfl  Peruna for now life and strength.  Classics  Under Suspicion.  "Do you approve of tlie Greok  "���������dramu?"-   inquired   the   student.  "JMo," answered the manager, "not  if it gives sonic of those college boys  their ideas of what to expect and how  to behave in a theatre."���������Washington  Star.  .    A,LITTLE ONE SIDED.  ���������An   Exchange  of  Presents  That.   Was  Not Wholly Satisfactory.  John Mitchell, the labor leader, was  discussing  on   oue   occasion   a   labor  struggle of the past.  "You see, they didn't give us a fair  deal," .he said. "It looked fair'on its  face, but really It was like the deal of  Harvey Barr of Braidwood.  "Harvey Barr, a successful lawyer,'  had a wonderful taleut for getting the  best of people. Even at home he kept  this talent iu play. Uis wife said to  him one morning: '  " 'Harvey, dear,*thls is the fifteenth  anniversary of our" wedding. What  are you going to give me?'  "This is what I am going to give-  you,' Harvey'answered affectionately,  and ho handed his wife $15 in crisp,  fresh bills.   ���������  "'Oh, thank you! Arid what shall I  give you?' the gratified wife asked."  " 'That meerschaum pipe I've been  admiring so long,' Harvey promptly announced. - , ��������� , "  '* "In tlie evening on his return home  the pipe awaited him. It had cost  just$15. He lit up and began to color  it carefully. IJut as the evening wore  on his wife seemed ill at ease.  "'Where is my present, Harvey?'  she said nt last fretfully."'  " 'Why, my dear,' Harvey explained,  'you gave mo a pipe. I gave you $15,  Don't you see?    We're just even.*"  BATTLEFIELD PICS,  Odd Events, That at Times Demoralize .Veterans.  TIMBER   FAMINE  Has  Been   Here  for Some  Years, 'Is  the Opinion of Dr. Fcrnow.  "We have been talking for twenty-  six years on the subject of a probable  timber  famine,   and  some  time  ago  I was asked where was that predicted  timber  famine.    I   said, "You  have  ...������..____   ... .been asleep; it is on us already, for  HORRORS   INCIDENT   TO   WAR.  when 'prices  rise  continuously  at, a  .rapid rate there must be a famine.'  A Standard Medicine.��������� Parmelee's  Vegetable Pi I la, compounded of entirely vegetable substances known  to have a revivifying and ' salutary  effect upon the digestive organs, have  through years ot use attained so  eminent position that they rank as  a standard medicine. The ailing  should remember this. Simple in  their composition, they can be assimilated by tlie weakest stomach and  are certain to have a healthful and  agreeable effect on the sluggish digestive organs.-  And, of course, the North Pole will  stay right where it is, until the in-"  trepid explorer finds it. That's a  nice tiling about the Pole���������it's no  dodger.  Beware   of    Ointments' for    Catarrh  That Contain  Mercury,  as mercury will surely destroy the  sense of smell and completely derange  the whole system when entering it  through , tho mucous surfaces. ��������� Such  articles should never be used except  on proscriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do  is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Oure, manufactured by F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains  no mercury, and is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood < and  mucous surfaces of the system. In  buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure  you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio,  by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials  free.  -  Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per  bottle.  ���������   Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Easy  street  is  not  a  thoroughfare  to  heaven.  One   packet  of   Wilson's   Fly   Pads  has actually killed a.bushel of flies.  -TOLD BY THE THUMB.  One Way, So They Say, of Reading a  Person's Character.  The closer the thumb is set to the  wrist, the greater the amount of amiable qualities a person possesses. And,  conversely, tho higher on the hand the  thumb is set, tlie lower the order of his  mental and moral makeup.  Monkeys' thumbs abut from the hand  at a point close to the fingers. The  closer to this formation a human being  comes the' more monkey-like intelligence and character he is apt to have.  A thumb set very close to the wrist  shows sympathy for all in distress,  great generosity, independence, love of  liberty for self and others and a readiness to share with the unfortunate.  When tho second phalanx of the  thumb is much longer than the nail  phalanx, there is a" discordant relation  between reason and will.  Reason preponderates to such an extent that the entire life is spent'In  planning what to-do without ever doing.  A person of this kind sees clearly  what is best for him, but lacks determination to put it into execution.  ne sees.the goal and the steps necessary for attaining it. but in the same  glance he takes in all the obstacles,  and while he is pondering the matter  the opportunity to win success escapes,  The   Likeness.  "Why is a pancake like the sun?"  "Because/' said the Swede,' "it rises  out of dor yeast nnd it sets behind  der vest."���������Christian  Guardian.  Minard's   Liniment  in Cows.  Cures    Garget  HARVARD'S CRIMSON:  The Incident Thst Gave the University  I Its Color.  ! Although President Eliot's opposition  to modem college football is well  known, he has always been interested  in sane athletics and during his undergraduate days himself participated in  college sports. Many a crew Iias listened to his.interesting experiences of  those days when Harvard pulled eight  oars and Yale six, a time allowance  usually being given for the difference,  and when the crew met professionals  and raced for prize money which got  the crew cut flf debt But all of this  was part of his' desire to keep up his  physical, mental and moral health. He  developed no one set of muscles out of  .all proportion to another, and unquestionably he believed then, as now, in a  sound mind and a sound body. ^  He likes to tell of thp origin of Harvard's "crimson." In 1S58 the first  Harvard rowing shell was put on the  water. Three men, of whom Alexander  Agassiz was one, got together and  bought it.  "We had not paid for the boat," said  President Eliot when asked nbout this,  "and we depended on our first prize  money to pay for It Well, the day before the race it appeared that there  were to be thirteen or fourteen boats  in the race, and wo said to each other,  'now are our friends going to know us  In .the regatta?'   We had no uniform,  nothing at all to distinguish us.   We  Iiiul rowed In our various underclothes  up to that time. So Hen Crowulnshleld  and   I   went  down   to   flovoy's   and  bought   six   red   handkerchiefs   just  about that color," picking up a .lower  from  the *uble.  "and  we tied those  handkerchiefs around our heads, and  tlmt, gentlemen,' is (lie origin, of tht  JTiirvnril red. Here Is th-s kind of. silk  handkerchief 'that   was   -voru  a  few  years later," allowing a handkerchief  "It was not the right color.  The trou  ble was that magenta came In, and the  Harvard color was mngenta for a few  years, hut that handkerchief Is a poor  aniline dye. This," showing an Amorl  can Beauty rose of a very dark rod  hue, "was the real color."-Sidney Cur  tis Id Rurceas.  Seeking the Light.  At a dinner during an Episcopal  convention at. Richmond a young lady  sitting near the bishop of London said  to him:  "Bishop, I wish you would set my  mind at rest as to the similarity or dissimilarity between your country and  ours on ono point Does the butterfly  because the tomato can?".  The bishop laughed heartily at this  vivacious sally. Not so a young Englishman of his party, who after dinner  sought his host  "I want to know, you know," said he,  "about that joke of Miss B.'s. She  ahsked If butter flew because totnah-  toes could. Pray tell me what the  point Is."-Lippincott's Magazine.  A Thoughtful Tyrant.  Major nayford Thoroid, second In  command of the First battalion, Duke  of Wellington's regiment had an odd  experience in Matabeleland in 1S90  when sentjo restore order In a little  township called Gwelo. On arrival  there he found the acting commandant,  an ex-storekeeper, In a state bordering  on delirium tremens, so he had him  locked up. The commandant, however, managed to break out and make  his way to the telegraph oflice, where  he dispatched the following wire:  Chamberlain, London:  Man here named Thoroid questions my  sobriety. Who Is Thoroid? Wire at once  to avert bloodshed.  English Army Horses. .  ���������Every horse in the English army Is  numbered aud has a little history kept  lor it all to himself. The number is  branded upon the animal's hind feet���������  tho thousands ou the near hind foot  and the units, ten and hundreds on tbo  off hlirJ foot Thus the horse whose  nu-nber.is, say, 8,354 will have an 8 on  hi3 left hind foot and 354 on the other  one. On what is called his "veterinary  history..���������sheet" everything about the  horse will from time to time be writ-  Ion.���������London Army Journal.  Something Comic.  Brownblggo (to waitress who Las  handed him a newspaper)���������Aiu't yer  got nothing comic? I likes to unvo  something funny to look nt while I'm  n-heatlng. Waitress���������There's a looking  glass straight In front of you, sir.���������London Tit-Bits.  An Unhappy Outlook.  Prospective Tonant-I should want  the studio for sculpture. Caretaker-  Yes, sir. Some of those Is rented for  that There's a sculptor molding next  door, sir.  Mutual Reluctance.  "Here Is my seat, madama but candor compels me to say that I think you  are ns well able to stand as I am."  "Politeness compels me to say Thank  you, sir.'"  y  A Proper Pride".  Parmer Green-D'ye remember thet  ornary little Plrapemell boy thet  helped me with th' hayln* last yearS  I give him ?18 a month an' found.  Well, he's got to be a right smart ball  pitcher, an' t'other day a feller came  along an' offered him $3,000 to finish  out th' season with a perfeshnal club.  Tho City Boarder-Well, well I Ho  jumped at It, of course?  Fanner Green-Not yet Sandy Pimpernel! may be a freckle, faced runt  but he'B(got a proper pride about him  too. He says thet he don't know an  he enros to be tied up to onv team  j'thet looks like It might be i Ull ender,  ^-Cleveland p|a������0 Denlo*-  Two   Terrifying   Episodes   That   Oc-  *   curred   During  the   Franco-Prussian  Campaign���������Madness May Seize Even  the Most Hardened Troops.  ' It is a peculiar circumstance that  hardened and trained troops will go  through a long fight surrounded by  all the horrors that are inseparable  from war without-flinching and with  the utmost apparent callousness and  tho samo meu will be struck terrified  by a single trifling incident.  Every war of any importance, particularly wars * between civilized nations, is prolific in incidents of trivial  character in themselves, but so unusual and unnatural that thoy appeal  to the natural instinctive horror'of  men more suddenly and intensely than  "perhaps tho main terrors of days of  carnage. Such an incident is the one,  for example, which occurred at_ the  battle of Worth, In the early days of  tho Franco-Prussian war.  J* the heat of the _ great battle a  wing of tho Prussian army was charged by the regiments of French cuirassiers iu tho hope of turning the wing  and facilitating the falling back of the  French Infantry. But the cuirassiers  were driven buck by the unflinching  Prussians. Again the cuirassiers  charged, and again they were driven  back by the withering Ore.  For a third time they came down  again, and as the enemy'waited for  them to draw nearer a horrible, blood  freezing terror seized the Prussians,  and for the moment it looked as if  they would "turn and fly or be cut  down without defending themselves.  But in a moment they bad pulled  themselves together and beaten back  for the third and last time the gallant  cuirassiers.  The sight that terrified the Prussians  appears nothing very much In black  and white. It was a regiment of cuirassiers'led at a dashing rate toward  them by a headless officer sitting upright in his saddle and apparently encouraging his men. It was no less  a person than Futzum de Lascarre of  the Third regimeut of cuirassiers,  whose head had been carried completely off his shoulders as the troop  broke Into the third desperate charge  by a cannon ball, which aiso took off  another officer's hand and cut tho  bugler in two.  ���������  It is remarkable and singular that"at  the battle of Forbach, which took  place the same clay as Worth, a very  similar incident occurred and did more  to shake the nerves of the Germans  than hours of roaring cannon and  fighting had done.  While a regiment of Prussian infantry were standing In reserve watching  the fight as well as they could from  their position of shelter a charger belonging to a French dragoon regiment,  oue which was practically destroyed in  the battle, galloped right into the midst  of .the men, who rushed to arrest it  and immediately fell back in alarm,  for swinging to the bridle was the  whole left arm of the charger's rider,  the fingers of the hand firmly grasping  the reins. Tho ana appeared to have  been severed a few inches below the  shoulder and was certainly that of an  officer, but who the officer was has  never been satisfactorily established.  So moved were the hardened men of  battle at tho horrible sight that no one  would touch the horse, and the animal  was allowed to gallop off to be killed a  few nimutc? later in crossing before  some Prussian guns. Thrilling as the  Incident was, many of the brave fel;  lows who witnessed it declared that  their first almost irresistible, Impulse  was to throw down their arms and  bolt. Yet it was with the help of just  such men that General von Goben  routed the French that memorable day  in August. 1S70.  It is a well known fact that the  finest and bravest troops the world can  | produce have no immunity from that  strange and mysterious madness known  to military history as "war panic." A  heavy war, frequent sanguinary engagements, night marches and surprises sometimes play havoc with soldiers' nervous systems and render  them more like high spirited colts than  men who have taken the field prepared  to suffer Immeasurable horrors and  take death cheerfully.  During the peninsular war two British regiments, the very pick of the  army and seasoned veterans, were  marching along In good order when a  rumor ran down the lines that the enemy was at hand. The next moment  the line of orderly soldiers was changed  Into an elongated mob of armed men  throwing away arms, baggage and all  they carried, running away in every  direction, blind terror In their hearts,  their faces blanched and their ears  deaf to the thundered commands of  their officers.  For the moment they knew but one  sentiment, one emotion, a sudden, passionate, blind terror, and they fled  without thinking whether they were  running Into the arms of the thing  they dreaded or not It was a terror  that was madness, and only its madness redeems It from dishonor. If  anything were necessary to demon-  Rtrato the unnaluraluess of the panic  it would be done by the grand fact that  the moment it became known that the  fnemy was really at hand the men Instantly fell in and showed the utmost  eagerness to attack.  j-Jticb war panics are 'mysteries.  Even the most experienced military officer cannot satlsfwctorllv explain them  There Are Hundreds of Millions  of Them In India.  THE FOREHEAD.  THE FAME OF JUGGERNAUT.  and the prices have risen very steadily, as you see.  ."This more or less horizontal line,"  referring to a diagram exhibited at  the meeting,' "indicates the prices before 1899, while this rapidly ascending curve represents; the prices since  that year, and from 'the character of  the curve you can see, that this rise  in prices will go on, as may also be  predicted from other data, I assure  you. Every year you pay; just eight i Idols." It would be Impossible to com  per cent, more for your wood than you' pute the number of idols that thera  did the, year  before.    Have you no'tmust be at'the present time in India.  This Idol Has Been Worshiped About  Two Thousand Years, and His National   Temple   Is  on   the  Sands  of  i  Puri���������The Three Monster Cars.  If I were asked to describe India the  Erst remark that would spring from  my lips would  be,  "It is' a land of  interest in that? I mean has the pub  lie in general no interest in the forestry question? It seems to me they  have. Everybody must have an interest in it, because it touches his  pocket.'  "There is another point I wish to  make, namely, that, while before 1899  prices wont up and down from year  to year, but on the whole remained  level, from the year 18E9 prices of all  grades .of wood began an upward  course. What is the reason?, . Tho  explanation is simple. In 1899 tlie  data collected by the United States  Census regarding supply and demand  of forest products became known,  which showed that in predicting this  timber famine wo wore not so very  far, out of the way.  "Not supply and demand, but knowledge of supply and demand makes  prices, and the trouble has boon in  the past the absence of knowledge as  to our timber resources, and this lacl  The Hindoos pretend to have 333,000,-  000 gods, and these are represented by  Innumerable idols, so that we are quite  bewildered with the thought of taking,  the census of the Idols of India. The  population of the whole Indian empire  Is now about 300,000,000, and possibly  the country contains ten times as many  idols as people.  Benares is the great center of the  Idol making business, though in all  parts of India tho trade flourishes.  Potters the day through may be seen  In tho sacred city molding images of  biay for temporary use'. Sculptors also  may be found producing representatives of the gods in stouo or marble.  Carpenters, moreover, -make great  wooden idols for tho temples, and  workers in metal���������goldsmiths, coppersmiths and brass workers���������turn out  more or less highly finished specimens  What Its Size and Shape Are Said to  Indicate.  * A hJgh forehead to  be   eery good  should be  well  developed about the  eyebrows.        * -  Breadthof forehead is always favorable. It Is distinctly connected with  breadth of character.  A forehead that curves back reveals  a poetic temperament, a fondness for  the arts nnd a talent for either music  or painting.  Of course a brond forehead may be  part of a weak face, and a weak chin  and mouth v >)l naturally give a truer  impression of character than even a  combination of a narrow forehead  with an otherwise strong face.  If there is quite a perceptible bulge  of the eyebrow's, combined with a high  forehead, the sign is of a calm, cool,  deliberate thinker.  If with these eyebrows Is combined  a forehead that slopes gradually back,  a sensitive, poetic temperament is disclosed. If, again, they are "combined  with a short, narrow forehead, the  subject will be successful in business  and in -everything connected' with  worldly matters, but he will be incapable of appreciating to any extent  or of creating anything connected with  the arts.  Just send us  your name  and address ou "  ��������� a post-card and we'll mail you  a Painting Book for the little  folks and a quarter-pound package of Celluloid Starch. That  means fun for the children and  satisfactory starching for you.  Celluloid Starch requires no  boiling, gives a perfect finish to  the clothes and never makes the  irons stick. ���������  Write to-day for this firee  book and sample.  Tho Brantlofd Starch Works, Limited-  Brantlord,  Ontario ���������-    '    J1(J  SAW IT IN  A  DREAM.  The" Newspaper as an Educator,  A young girl who recently was the  winner in a spelling contest held at  Cleveland, O., said she had acquired  her proficiency in spelling from reading the newspapers. The newspaper  is an educator in many ways, and  whose value few realize. What the  schools and colleges teach, the newspapers firmly fix in their readers'  minds when college days are past.  The newspapers are in fact, a peo- '  pie's university.  of knowledge still works against our,'" their respective metals,  work of reform. During the last few)' When speaking of idols It should be  years the knowledge has increased borne in mind that the images turned  and the result has been that prices I out by the potter, sculptor, carver or  have risen' as it became known that  manufacturer are  not  considered  sa-  tlie supply was less ��������� than had been  supposed."���������Dr. B. E. Fernow. Dean  of- the Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, at annual meeting of  Canadian  Forestry 'Association,  1908.  One of the commonest complaints  of infants is worms, and the most  effective application for them is Mother Graves''Worm Exterminator.  Doctor (politely, but looking at his  watch with visible impatience)���������Pardon me, madam, but my time is not  my own. You have given me all your  symptoms in sufficient detail,, and now  perhaps,  you will kindly���������-er���������ah���������"  Husband (not so considerate)���������Maria, he doesn't want to hear your  tongue any more. He wants to look  at it.���������Exchange.  "When overheated take a glass nf  iced "Saluda"' Tea. It will prove  most refreshing. As delightful asv a  dip in the sea. 58  When some people speak to you,  your reply should bo "Ha! ha!" For  it's always a joke.  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,  Limited.  'Gentlemen���������In June, '98, I had my  hand and wrist bitten and badly  mangled by a vicious horse. I suffered greatly for several days and the  tooth cuts refused to heal until your  agent gave mo a bottle of MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which I began using.  The effect was magical; in five hours  the pain had censed and in two weeks  the wounds 'had completely healed  and my hand and arm were as well  as ever. Yours truly,  A. E. ROY,  Carriage Maker.  St. Antoine,' P. Q.  The teacher was speaking to the  juvenile class on the subject of .morals. .  ."Now, Harry,"  she said,  "what is  our duty towards our neighbors?"  "To keep an eye on 'em," was the  reply.���������Chicago News.  The New York American of Dec.  18th, 1907, says the common house  fly is one of the greatest enemies of  man. , It is a solemn scientifically ascertained fact that he is one of the  worst disseminators of disease known,  far surpassing the mosquito in this  respect. Wilson's Fly Pads will kill  many times more flies than any other  article.  you  "Johnny,"   said  his  mother,  have outgrown your shoes."  "What I'd like to hear you say,  mamma," replied Johnny, "is that I  have outgrown your slippers."���������Chicago News.  RETURNS   HOME   AGAIN.  Oak Lake, Man���������Mr. Jas. Milne  has returned from Winnipeg, after  receiving surgical treatment from  Dr. F.W'.E. Burnham, the Broadway  surgeon. He is feeling well once  more. "  .  WAS  HEAVILY   MORTGAGED.  Thert  on  "I never can tori what that son of  hiiue Is going to d'* nest." ,  "I can always be sure what mine  will do."  "What's that?"  "Not a darned thing."���������Cleveland  Leader. ..  People In Glass Housoo.  Pearl���������Some one Just laughed at our  Merry Widow hats.  Buoy���������Who was It. dear?  Pearl-Why, tlmt college chap In the  Ingrown hat with two corners turned  'down nnd a blue and yellow band.���������  DotxoJt Trlbuno.  Were   Twenty-five    Loan*  - Goods Worth $2.  I had a seat on the veranda of a hotel In a southern town when an old  colored man came aloug and removed  his hat to say:  "Mars', don't you want to help a poo'  ole cull'd woman a bit?"  "Is she ill?" I asked.  "No, sah,  not smelly  III,  but she's  ole an' feeble, an' de sheriff am gwino  to sell her furniture on a mortgage."  "How much Is the mortgage?"  "Fifty dollars, I believe."  I said I'd go along with him, and ho  took me  to a  dilapidated old  cabin  about six  blocks  away.    There  w������  found the old woman  mentioned.    1  also saw at a glance that the furniture  consisted of a shncklety old cook stove,  a wretched bed and a rocking chair  ready to full to pieces.  "You said this stuff was mortgaged I  for $50?" I said to the old man.  "Yes, sah."  "But I don't seo how anybody would  advance over $2 on It"  "No, sah, dey wouldn't."  . "Then how do you mako the mortgage $50?"  "Why, sah, dere am twenty-five  mortgages at $2 apiece."���������Dotrilt Triti-  uue.  cred or fit to be worshiped until certain mystic words have been uttered  over them by a priest. The ceremony  of "the giving of life," as it is called,  to the image is a very solemn affair,  nnd when it is done the idol is regarded as holy and must ever afterward bo  approached and treated with the utmost reverence.  Out of the many millions of so called  gods in India, all of whom are counted  worthy of worship, three are regarded  ns specially sacred and form the Hindoo triad or trinity. They are respectively Brahma, Vishnu and Siva.  Of those It is stated the second person of the trinity only has been represented on this earth by human incarnations. Through one or all of these  gods the Hindoos believe they may obtain salvation. Brahma represents the  way of salvation by wisdom, Vishnu  by faith and Siva by works. It is  immaterial which method is adopted,  as they all lead to the same1'goal.  Juggernaut is perhaps the most famous name among all the nindoo idols,  inasmuch as his fame has gone forth  Into every land. His temple is situated on the sandy shores of Orissa, washed by the wild waves of the bay of  Bengal. The worship of Juggernaut  dates back nearly 2.000 years, and  Orissa has been the holy land of tho  nindoos from that time till the present  day.  * Sir William Hunter, who was one of  the greatest authorities on things East  Indian, says in a wonderfully graphic  description of the temple of Juggernaut: "On the inhospitable sands of  Puri, a place of swamps and inundations, the HindooM-eligion and Hindoo  Biiperstitution have stood at bay for  eighteen centuries against the world.  Here is the national temple whither  the people flock to worship from every  province of India. There is the gate  of heaven whither thousands of pilgrims come to die, lulled to this last  sleep by the roar of tho eternal ocean."  Well, I saw on one occasion that  marvelous sight, the dragging cf Juggernaut's car and the cars of his  brother and sister. The three Idols  are inseparable, aud ugly things they  are, being nothing but huge logs of  wood coarsely fashioned into human  shape, but without arms or legs.  Juggernaut's car stands forty-one  feet high and has fourteen enormous  wheels. The other two cars are just  a little smaller. The great cars have  to be dragged a certain distauce���������half  ia mile or more from the temple���������and  the god will not allow horses or elephants to undertake the work, but  'calls upon his faithful worshipers to  'do it themselves. Immense ropes, or.  Irather, cables, are attached to the cars,  and at the word of command from tho  priests thousands of men and even  |women and children rush forward and  seize the ropes and range themselves  In order and the next moment nre  6training and pulling at the cumbersome conveyances, which at length  move with a heavy, croaking noise.  Never shall I forget the sight. The  iroad was filled with tens of thousand!*  of lookers-on, all wild with excitement,  and the fanatics who held the ropes  were dragging the cars along with  frenzied zeal. Every now and then  (here would be a stop that the men  .might rest. I supposed, but Instead of  resllng they took to jumping-in the  air-nnd to whirling themselves around  like dancing dervishes and shouting  nt the top of their breath: "Victory'  Victory to Juggernaut!"  Once on n time iufntunted'worshlp  pin would throw thunselves under the  wheels of. the'mighty car that they  might be crushed to death, counting II  n privilege and if* joy thus to perish  Hume might do It today If the paternal  British government did not provide  against such catastrophes by taking all  due precaution.���������John J. Pool. B D.,  P. B. G. S.. In Los Angeles Times,  A Lost Check and the Peculiar Way It  Was Found.  A wealthy New York lawyer sat up  late one night writing letters he had  not been able to finish during the day.  It was past midnight when he went out  to mail them, and when he returned  and was undressing he paused in dismay, missing a check for a large sum  received during the day and taken  home with him. In vain was the house  ransacked at that late hour. He went  to bed convinced that the lost check  must be In the house. An hour later  he fell into uneasy slumber and beheld  as with his eyes of the flesh the pink  check curled about an area railing four  or five doors from his own house.  So real was the dream that the troubled man woke up, dressed and. slip-      No dead flies ,y-      about when WM.  ping down the .stairs into the street,   son's Fly Pads are used as directed,  walked along the sidewalk to a-spot  Small but Potent.���������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are small, but they are  effective in action. Their fine qualities- as u corrector of stomach troubles are known to thousands and  they are in constant demand everywhere by those who know what a  safe and simple remedy they are..  They need no introduction to those"  acquainted with them, but to those  who do not know them they are presented as the best preparation on the  market for disorders of the stomach.'  "I cannot live but a week longer  wizout you."  "Really, Duke? How can you fix  on a specific length of time?"  "Ze landlord fix on it, miss; not I."  ���������Louisville   Courier-Journal.  still seen vividly in his mind, and there,  sure enough, standing edge upwardland  partly curled about the iron, was the  missing check. "I think," he reported  to the Psychical Research society, "my  subconsciousness must have noticed it  fall from my pocket as I walked to the  mail box and my subliminal self pointed it out to me In sleep."���������William G.  Fife-Gerald in Now York Tribune.  Little Margie on her first visit to a  farm was told to wander about the  barn and search for eggs. Some time  later the child returned almost in  tears.    . .  "Couldn't you find any -eggs, dearie?" asked her mother.  "No," replied Margie wearily. "I  think it's mean too, 'cause lots cf  hens were standing around doing nothing."���������Lippincott's.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  The Dogs of Constantinople.  There are at least 233,000 dogs in  Constantinople, which has a populatiou  cf ,1,150,000.   They  are   ��������� x  cowards and are the scavengers of the   of (her ^home in West Philadelphia  city.   It is said that scores of people  are bitten daily by the dogs of'Constantinople, but that a case of hydrophobia was never known there.  Three  centuries   ago   Nassuf   Pasha,   grand  viziei to Achmet III., transported all  the dogs to Asia and would have had  them' destroyed there, but the sultan,  on consulting tho mufti, was told that  every dog had a soul and consequently  forbade   such   wholesale   destruction.  After the slaughter of the janizaries  Mahmoud intended to get rid of them,  for he caused an immense number of  sausages (!)'to be made and, having  poisoned them, gave the dogs a feast.  Many thousands  were thus killed in  one day, but tho people murmured so  moch that he was afraid to begin a  second day's work, n* therefore order  ed them to be expelled to Asia, but the  order was very indifferently executed,  and In a short time the dogs were as  numerous as during the time of the  Janizaries.  s u popmauon      A little girl was playing with a girl  the vilest of   friend of her own age on the porch  '\.n 'elderly gentleman, her mother's  father, and an elderly lady, her father's mother, were sitting on the  porch talking pleasantly with each  other. The little girl had often wished  her grandparents,, were of the same  name, like other children's grandparents ���������>  Presently the little guest remarked:  "What a nice grandmother and grandfather you have."  "Oh, yes," she replied, with a sigh,  "but they don't match."���������Philadel-  hia Ledger. *  The Dog Morland Painted.  Of the many stories of the seemingly  unconscious heroism of Newfoundland  . dogs none is more interesting than the  one concerning  the noble dog  which  Morland afterward painted.  When William Phillips, bathing at  Portsmouth, ventured beyond his depth  and was drowning, two boatmen. Instead of setting out to his rescue, hag  gled about a reward from the bystanders, who were urging them to go to  Phillips' rescue. In the midst of the  controversy a Newfoundland dog  leaped into the water and brought the  exhausted bather to shore. Mr. Thil-  lips bought the dog from its owner, a  butcher, and yearly gave a festival in  honor of his rescuer.  It was for Mr. Phillips that Morland  painted the dog's picture, and Barto-  lozzi engraved it  Yellow Fever.  The first appearance of yellow fever  is said to have heen among the eol-  Idlers of Columbus In 1-105.  A-Dream Warning.  A strange story comes from Calabria.  One Braccala, a resident of Pizzo, had  a dream in which he saw his sou,  twenty years of ago, being attacked by  two meu, who were stashing him with  knives. Braccala awoke and, arousing  his wife, told her what ho had seen.  She tried to calm him, but while they  were still discussing the matter a  nolso was heard Iu frout of the house,  and. hastening down. Mmo. Braccala  opened the door just In time to catch  her son in her arms as ho fell s-woou-  Ing to the ground. IIo had been.attacked and stabbed and died shortlj  afterward.  Too Easy For Him.  "Sir, I want work."  "Here's a penny. Buy yourself a  newspaper."  "But I know nnthln* about runnln' a  newspaper," protested Tired Tiffins,  who   really   wanted   alms.  BINDER* TWINE  eivery ball fully Guaranteed  aud properly tagged to com  ply with Canaillwn laws.  STANDARD 5001,. c,r biUSOllu  MANIU550 (Cr������rb.U50Ib..  MANIlA 600 ft. r��������� ���������,.1-5011,..  Free on  board cars  Calgary  $4.75  6.25  6.75  i*ree on  board cart  Wlnnlpog  $4.38 '  4.88  5.38  TJrderg accepted (or oue bale or more. Term- caih  with ornororC. O.D.   Prompt uhlnmont and satisfaction guaranteed.   A������lr ns lor prtco on car lots.  COOPER CORDAGE CO., Minneapolis. Mian.  Sufferers from Fits, Epilepsy, S%.  Vltija' Dance, Nerrout Troublon c*  Falling Sfloknrna should wrlto th*  UE'CIG CO., 170 Kim; street,Toronto.  for a trial bottlo of their Pit Cure and  Treatise. Euclo-o lOo for postago and  paotclBS,  Distressing.  "Ah, yes," related (he foreign nobleman as ho rubbed IiIh hands. "When  ze beautiful girl found that her father  had selected me as her future husband  she wns a picture."  "What, n picture of distress?" asked  .tho  sensible  American  girl.���������Chicago  tlaas.  No Place For Dogs.  Is it impossible in Japan to keep 4  good dog? I have twice had my dog������  disappear iu a seemingly miraculous  way. As I am well aware that thero  Is a great demand for dogskins, especially those of young dogs, we have  been careful In having our dog watcn-  cd. Nevertheless he disappeared this  morning. Almost every foreigner has  lost a dog or dogs, and even n sea captain who was three days on shore had  his dog poisoned the first dny ho put  his feet on land.���������Japan Chronicle.       I  To thine own self be true, nnd it  must follow, ns (he night the day, thou  canst not then be false to any man.���������  "Shakespeare.  Apparently Schcr.  Servant (trembling)���������Oh, ma'nm, I'm  sure It's burglars. Mistress���������Perhaps  It's only Mr. Toinklns Just home from  the club. Servant (positively)���������Oh. no;  ina'ain, It's burglars sure enough, for  they haven't fallen over anything at  nll.-Ciirdlfr Times.  Tho Truth,  nfrs, Strong���������What did you any. dear,  when he asked you your n.'-e? Mis.-  Sharp ���������I told lilni the truth, Mrs.  Strong-You did? IU-nlly? Miss Sharp  ���������Yes; I told him It was none of his  uusloosa.--Bonton Tranacrlut  Kemove>������ Boi-sol *EnUrsrement������,  Thickened   Tissues,  Inflltrnted  .  Parts,-and nny Puff or STrelHn-r,  Ourui   Lameness,  Allays   Pant  without.hj-Inf- the horjo up.  Doc* not  blister, nam or remove th* hair. SIM ������  bottlo, delivered.  Paniphlot 1-01roo.  t AHSORTOJ-E, .Tit., for mankind, 81.04  bottls.   Cures Synovitis, Weeping Blncw,  Strains,  Gouty  or Rheumatic   Deposits,  reduces Varicose   Veins,  Varicocele,  Hydrocele.  Allays pain. Ilookfreo Genuine mfd.only by  ff. F. YOUNG, P.OF,137Monni-titli St, Springfield, Masi  LYMAN SONS a CO.. Montreal, Canadian AocnJs.  Alio fumlihid to Martin Boll A Wynn Co., Winnipeg,  Tht National Drug A Ch.mloal Co* Wlnnlptg and Calgarg.  and Htndtrtcn trot, Co. Ltd.. Vanaouotr.  Permanently Cured by  DR. KLINE'S GREAT  NERVE   RESTORER  $2 TRIAL BOTTLE  FREE  Bent tlirotmh Cnnmllnn A~onoy.  rfrmnr.nl (Turn, not only temporary rollef, for  KxtiTpus Dmonmens, Kpileji.y, BiiMm., nt, 'li������,-  !>������������������������, Dublin/, Kiluu.tlon. Ponndod 1871.  Dr.R.H.KHne,Ld,MI lnh"''"""-  W.   N.   U.   No.   701.  ���������BBffl-ggn  ���������'wMhujiBajat-aM THE    LEDGE,     GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  0 AI C  LANDS FOR  UNPAID  DELINQUENT TO!  Iii Ik Rossland Assessment District, Province of British Columbia  i HIvRKHV GIVE NOTICE that on Friday, the gtti day of October, A. D. 1908, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon, at the Court House in the City of Itossland, I shall sell at public'auction the lauds hereinafter set set out, for the  delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on The 31st day of December, 1907, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the  cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid. , ,  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED  Name of Verson Assessed.  Short Description of Property,  Delinquent Property.  Taxes.  School  Tax.  Interest  to Date  of Sale  Statutory  costs and  expentes  Total.  Lands in Similkameen Division of Yale District.  Hall, M. I)., ami Jacobs, R. I..  Wcilvcrlon,  W. IU '  Dominion Coppoi  Cor veil & Murrn)  Hartlvy, J. A   liihnsDii, S. M.. .  Part of Lot 252 (O) Group 1   Part of Lot 317 (O) Group I   j Part |of Lots .129, 931, gS- and {  I 1012, (O) Group I  Waisuii, Chas. \V   Scull, William   Tlu'iujison,  .Mrs. Ida   Kiikpitrick, J. A   DiiikIi'C, Chas   Iiihiisiin, Ole   Clark. Mr.-.. I'lla     N-ars, J. 1). and C, 1'   )':i!k<-r, W. D. and K,, and I.orch, I,. J.  ������������������Iyer. K. C   McOuarrii', Murdoch   Eric'i.iii, Olof, ami Horner, Thorwold..  Coi \ ell, Ki-mk   Jariiiuv, Vrauk   Hammer, John   Towueml, Tim   t of Lot 45-5 (O) Group I   Part oi" Lot 536 (O) Group 1   ( Part of Lots 542, 929, and 239.1 '  "( (O) Group 1 )"  Lot 603 (0) Group I   Part of Lot 6K9 (O) Group r   Part of Lot 6S9 (O) Group I   Lot 696 (O) Group I   Part of Lot 750 (O) Group I   Part of Lot 970 (O) Group 1   1'nrt of Lot 1227 (O) Group 1   Lot i.|So (O) Group I   Lot 169.S (0) Group f   Part of Lot 1737 (O) Group 1   Lot 1739 (0) Group I   Lot 2171 (O) Group 1   Lot 2651 (0) Group I   Lot 265* (0) Group I   Part of Lot 26S1 (O) Group I   Lot 3390 (0) Group 1   j 24 00  6-1 o 95  114 00  5 70  35 '1������  9 60  3 ������������  15 00  32 00  G 00  7 20  12 00  7 20  15 00  7 20  9 (10  3 60  6 00  o 63  5 92  '0*68  1 36  o 56  o 70  2   04  4 50  I    10  29 75  5 30  o 40  t 90  ������ 45  o 17  o 94  0 70  1 5������  o 03  o 2S  o 35  o 55  o 35  o 70  o  10  o 35  o 65  o 15  o 25  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  ���������j* 27.10  2.63  672.70  121.30  11.10  45-22  12.05  ���������1.85  3-4������  17.70  36.06  ' 2.73  8.2S  9-55  M -55  9-55  17.70  4.14  9-55  16.15  5-75  S.25  York City for one of Llio mos*  sensational circus nets in this  country. Tito troupe is called the  Fying St. Georges, and-consists of  two women and two men. Their  work comprises (lying trapeze  feats, aerial n-ttirns, and other  hazardous and dangerous 'acts  which they perform on a high rigging constructed in front of the  grand stand across tho raco track.  This act will come direct from  New York City and will be one of  the star' attractions in the big  vaudoville programme which is being arranged for. Nine other big  acts aro being contracted for and  will be secured, and the afternoon  will be all too short for the three  running races, two harness races,  the relay race, the ten circus acts,  miners' drilling contest and horse  show features, all of which will  appear every da}' during the fair.  If you wish to catch big lish and  plenty of them, got your tackle at  Alcl-Jtic Bros.  The cook who can prepare a  good dinner is' greater than the  man who can make a good after  dinner speech.  Fortunately - but few inon say  what they really mean, otherwise  blacked eyes would be moro common.  You can always depend upon  the enmity of your enemies, but  not much upon the friendship of  your friends.  Beware of the man who prays  out of one side of his mouth and  swears out of the other.  Job Printing at The Ledge.  Rossland, ������. C, September 9th, 190S.  'J. KIRKUP, Collector.  rflllllllllilllilllilMINIPl'li'lilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllinil^  r>!  THE LEDGE  = f1  HTRAC  TIMATES    I  GIVEN. I  I Dealer in all kinds of Rough j  j and  Dressed  Lumber,  "Win- |  I (lows, Doors, Shingles, Brick,  j  I Cement, etc. f  I Shop Phone, 05. j  I Linn her Yard Phone, 2G  I  %��������� M  '''^IllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilUlllilllllll^  R A I ,L W A Y  Prints  all the "  News  and  Prints it  Straight  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, 'B. C, and the price is %i a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United Stales and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  ^'.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD  B. C, SEPT. 17, 190S  A new boiler room is to be built  near the lake shore working of the  St. Eugene, and a high trestle is to  built out over the railway track/  over which tho waste will be carried out and dumped. There was  a larger .shipment of ore from tho  St. Eugene last week than for any  week previous during the current  year. The mine now has more oro  in sight than ever before in its  hislory.���������Moyie Leader.  Properly baited, the fishing  tackle sold by J. L. Coles will  catch almost any lish in the mountains.  . A man who waits for something  to turn up generally  finds it when  he steps   on   the  handled broom.  end - of  a long  Music���������Mrs. Moore  tlie Organ and Piano,  dunce," Boundary Falls,  rives lessons on  Apply at resi-  13. G.  THE LEDGE  Does  Job  Excursion Rates  PROM  GREENWOOD   TO  VICTORIA, B.C.  S21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24-th. Final return limit  Sepf 2Sth:  NELSON,   B.C.  S4.80  Selling* Dates Sep . 21st to  25th. Final return limit  Sept. 28th.   NEW WESTMINSTER  OR VANCOUVER  S19.35  Selling dates  Sept. 26th   to  Oct. 2nd. Final  Oct. 7th,  return limit  Corresponding* rates from  other points. Apply to Local  Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc.  J. I Proctor, D.P.A., Calgary,  eh. i?.  rbqpath    agent  (*hep:nwoo������  Printing*  of Every]  description  The Ledge  Thinks  Out Loud  On All  Questions  and Usually  Thinks Right  ���������*���������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. fr CiKlin $���������o., nelson  Tlie Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, II. C, has a line oi nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town oi the Great West. A  glass of ai'iia pttrnjgiven free with  , spirits metiti.  Read It  Subscribe  MINICI'AI,    ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Columbia Minora! Claim, slliuite In 0.vpiim-ooiI  Mliilni;  Division  of V.-ilo DWrlcr.   When'  located: In Doiidwoni] Camp, adjolliln-,' the  I-'incr.ild Mineral Claim.  TAKK NOTICE: Mint .1. Sydney M. .lolmsnn,  nctliiK   .-im   in-cut   for   ICIiiiori,  Collier,   Frim  Miner's Certificate No. tilOits-j, inli-ni|.uixtv flays  from tlif- tlnli< hereof, to apply lo flu- Mining Ite-  coiilor for a Certificate of Impi'ovi-ntt'iit*. for flip  purpose of olitiiiiilnj-ft Crown Grant tothe ahove  ulnlm.  Anil further Tultn untie,, lli.-u neilim. unili-i'  ."('(���������tion .17.must lif  commenced l>cfi>r������ tin; issn-  iiiiRo of Mich CVrliliciili! of Improvi-mcnta.  flitted till* Kith tiny nf .Turn'. A. 1". Inns.  SVD.VKV M   JOHNSON.  TO   I*J*LIN(*UKNT   C0-O*.VNI-*US  The Gtfeenuiood Branch  Nelson  Iron Works  Ih now prepared to mako  nil klndri of Iron, Brass or  Copper CnHtfngs. FirHt-  cliifis    work    guaranteed.  Ceo. flfl. Holt,  CQanagef.  LESLIE CRAUFURD, Lessee.  To J. P. Myers Gray (and to Iho I"stnle of llu-  Into ,Tuf1*,u Learny, nr to whomsoever they  may have transferred thoir Interests In tin:  Jenny.I'l-iiutlon Mineral Claim, sltnntod In  Deadwood camp, '0retiiiwood   Mining D-.  vision of V'nle District, H, 0,  You aro hereby iiotlllctl tlmt I Imvo expended  .'loo upon tin; nhovo mineral claim. and tlmt If.  within ;n days from the ditto or this notice, you  full or refuse to eontrilitile your liroportioii of  tlm itbr-vf- mentioned  Hiim.HoRellior wltli the  (���������osts of iidvertlsinir your intere.'.t.t In tlu> wild  claim will tifiaoiiH! tho proporty of tho iintiur-  .slKiiod   under Section A of tho Mlnornl  Ant  Amendment Act, I'M).  June 2.1, V.M. JOHN LUCY.  I.ANJO   AOT���������FOKM.   OP   NOTIOK.  OHoyiiOH Tjiuul DlHtrlot��������� Dlnlrlel of Yule.  TAKK NOTICE; tlmt w.A.J, Kih-Iioknnil  Ham McOrnioml. of Kholt, II. 0,. occilpiitlnns  ciir|ioiitcr and storelieHinir, Intend to apply for  |i������nnlM-:on to purchimu the followlncde.Hcriliod  lundfli CommimclriK lit a -xiHt planted nliout 1(0  foot noiith of the (1 I", It. poit on wn->on road,  imirlccil li. mm W, tliencc wefltfinclialni', thence  south-I'l flialiiH, llmiicc east 80 chains, Hitmen  north IDehnlris to plnce cf commencement, and  coiitalnin-r ffin acre*, more lor -lens, and nhont lo  chaliw north from (J. 1\ J(. pont marked anil,  Dated Juno TJnl, IWjH,  A. J. IWailPM.  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   has  become   deceased,   and  that the  editor   would,  once more like  to  commune with  your collateral.  Work on the Ditch.  E. L. Eogart and his gang of  workmen are now busily engaged  putting in the first'stretch of pipe  for the big irrigating ditch. They  have pitched camp at a spot convenient to their work about a mile  and a half above town. Mr. Eogart expects to be joined this week  by his brother, who has been laid  up with au injured eye.  The contract for the bridge  across the river has been closed  with Harry Swan, and it is expected pile driving will be 'commenced this week.  The gang of Italians engaged  across the river on the reserve, are  rapidly pushing the ditch to the  point of intake. There remains a  considerable stretch, however, yet  to be done on the reserve on this  side of the river. While a good  deal of it should be comparatively  easy there are places where it will  be slow going and additional-force  will be necessary to complete it by  the end of 'November.:���������Keremeos  Trumpet.  Wedding rings made. Diamonds  mounted. Work that will stand  comparison. E. A. Elack , Phoenix  Nearing Princeton.  About three miles from .Princeton, down the Similkameen river,  the dirt is Hying on the V., V.&  E. construction, says the Similkameen Star. Trams and scrapers  are hard at work throwing up the  earth to grade mark from JNor-  mans' place to Shepherds'.flat.  A tented village has been pitched  on the south sido of the river near  Holmes' flat, which is tho headquarters of Ericson '& Co. Thero  aro about twenty-live men employed and more will be added  when the work is farther advanced.  Most of this contract is earthwork, there being only about three-  quarters of a mile of rock cut. At  the present rate of progress it will  be six months before the job is  finished and ready for the rails.  There is not the slightest intimation of tracklaying at Keremeos.  The grade is practically finished  and unprotected as far as Hedley  and no fellow can understand why  rail laying is not begun.  The sub-contractors at work between here and Hedley are Larson  Co., Freedon & Co., Williams &  Co., and Ericson & Co.  Few successful lawyers practice  before the bar presided over by a  person wearing a white apron.  School books and school supplies  at right right prices. Coles' book  store.  A great reduction in the price of,  platinum is recorded. For���������real  heart interest, however, the family  man would much prefer a Reduction in tho price of beefsteak.  A rich man never refuses the  copper pennies ottered him iu  change.,-  A.  FERRV, WASH. .  GeneralMerchant  Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Boots and Shoes,  Stationery,  Hardware,  Tobacco,  Cigars, Etc.  Fresh   Eggs   a   Specialty  IU Pacific RoteL. ,  Is under flic management of Clrcifj"  & Morrison. The Rooms arts Comfortably furnished, and this bar contains the best brands of wine'*,  liquors and cigars.  tbe Pacific 0afe...  Is the beet-appointed .Restaurant in  the interior of British Columbia.  The best cooks and mos'. attentive  waiters only employed. Open all the  time.  a  Breasted  iHEY,'RE the thing for cool  Fall'days when the air is  raw and sharp.  CAMPBELLS CLOTHING-  New Fall double-breasted suits are  mighty dressy and, better still, aie  warm and comfortable with splendid  wearing value. -The styles are right  and the quality���������as usual���������is so good  that it is the best reason why. you  should wear our clothing.  Mr. C. II. Kerr Presents lhe New York Favorite Comedienne and Prima Donna  DAINTY  In His Lates Musical Coinedv Success  ii  HE DOLL  M  Supported by the Great Comedian  3  J. R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays,  Kaslo, B. C.  Though a man may hide his  cloven foot, his cloven breath gives  him away.  Nearlo every man will admit  that in the choice of a life partner  his wife's judgment was superior  to his own.  We extend the glad hand to the  lucky man but we only hand-the  the victim of tough luck a little  sympathy,  Patronize Home Indus-  ���������  try and Smoke  ii DATTXTTV A DV 99  CIGAR.  Union Made  Havana Filled.  EHHES  b. J.  NEW DENVER  And a cast of Forty, including Daisy King, Soprano; Florence Lang-  don Tempest, Comedy; Eva Spear, The Human Flute; The Original  Cardownie Sisters, in tho Electric Dancing. Novelty, introducing the  Tale of the Flowers; Rose Olah Faber, Celebrated .Violinist; The Shu-  berts, String .Trio; Louis Loudon, Baritone; Frank Hussell,-Musical  Specialty; Win. Russell, Bass Soloist; Emma King, RussiauDancer.  % Prices $1.00 and 75c.    Reserved seass at Logan & Co.  ��������� -Provincial Assayer and Analytical Chemist. Correspondence  solicited from any part of the  country.  a���������*���������i���������*������������������������������������������������������i������won-��������� inn i j���������m  STARKEY & ;C0.  nelson, b. c.  wholesale  dealers tn  Produce   and   Provisions  Tobaccos, Pipes, and all other  Smokers' supplies. Next door  to-Pacific hotel.  J. P. FLOOD  Commercial  note! Greenwood  Rooms 25 and 50 cents a night.  MRS. M. GILLIS.  Is the home for all tourists  .   '     and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   .British J Columbia.  HEHRY   STEGE. .PROPB.  MINEItAI, AOT  Certificate of Improvements  - NOTICE  liiiOmurnni-, Bal/.ui!, Oliiipcrone, li-rmocliist mill  Tuck Mineral Oltiims, situate in tliu Orcou-  wdoiI  MiiiiiiK  Division   of  Yulu District.-  Where locat.eil: Tn Tlooiiicrniig Cam'), West  Kork of Kettle Iiiver.  TAKK NOTICK tlmt rieoc--i' II. tnkslt-r. Krot  Minors Ccrtllit-nte Xo. It lfmilil; Tliilmns fte.-in-  IIph,  Kreo  Miner'.-! (.'ortilif-iitc Xo. U Hli:i.������, nnd  Henry,J. Jolly. Free Miners Ortllieate No. n  CTIIT, intend, sixty flii.rx from ihu ilatc heieof to  aiiiily to tliu Minins* Keeorilor for u Cortiliunte  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of thu above claims.        ;  And further take notice that action, under  section .17, must lie commenced before the is.sn-  unco of such Ccrtilicate of Improvements.  Dated tills 30th day of March, A. 0. *!I08.  Kings Liquer Scotcii Whiskey  I 12 Years .Old  | J. W. Bnrmester s White Port.  |   . -  Jks. Hennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.  1 GREENWOOD LIQUOR  GO.  %     IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B.C.    .  &s-*'>s������dts������G������s*s'^*~~-������^'''-e-^  e1V'*|i't'V<*y*&^*'a/%,**&^*^%������'fc'^  IN THE WINDSOR-HOTEL.  Everything is of the hesfc at this cafe, as we Lead while others  Follow. It makes no difference what you order���������steaks, chops,  eggs, hacou, ham, cutlets, chicken, etc., we have the high grade  goods*. No shut-down, and no key to the door. Just the place  to eat at any hour of the day or night. Drop in and introduce  the inner man to our gastrouomical delicacies.  fiowarfl SHoore, Proprietor.    ^  Hotel   Alexander  phoenIx, B. c.  Is a comfortable home for  the miner and traveler.  . Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Puro liquors and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  McGillis & McLaughlin  PROPRIETORS. .  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land SimvKYOR,  Nelson, E. 0.  MINKKAI.   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  notiok.  Coin Krnctloiiiirtinfl'Aiif-liur'M'ncriil Claims.  Situate in the rireeii\r������nil Minim;  Division  of Yale DNtrlct.   Where located : In.llorse-  shoe Mliiln-rOainii on Main Kettle river,  TAKE-NOTICE Mint I,. lames EnicilSpanklo.  Frco Miner's CiTtilicat-i No. I! 1IKI7. intend.  sixty days from the date horeof, to ii'inly to ihe  jMlniiiB Recorder for Certllicates of Iiniirovc-  inonti*  for the   purpose of   olitiiiniii������ Crown  Clrantsof the nbovc claims.  And linrther take notice Unit action, under  Section .'17. must lie commenced .Ijororo the "���������-  MiaiH'fi of such Certiorates nf ImprovvliioiitH.  Dated this 1st day of .Juno, A. I), low,  JAMES K.Sl'ANKIIC.  S e  Dealers in  ppesh and Salt JVIeats, pish and Poultry 9  Shops in nearly'all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay. "   . ���������  e9es������������99oees������9s<Beoo������ei^8(Mss<i>������e������e96oe80Q������������������������������'9098(D'890  ������������&9&$@^(MiQOQ������ttWQQ9QM������������9������&0^91}GGft9&(W8GO9&&GQet  -1,1  '.li  ������������������ 'H  ���������J-l  Largest stock of jewelry in the  IJoundary to select from. E. A,  Black, Phoenix. .  Big Circus at Spokane Fair.  The Spokane Interstate Fair has  a..1 Muiim-H      **ust ������*������'se(- a contract by wire witJi  HAit Mcoum'ond   tho Purk Hooking circuit of New I  Tl^EjVIOflT HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about'  the house except the gold in  t^e safe.  Mevlorje   ik   Trr'ecjilitis  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. O,  Ih a comfortahle homo: for all  who travel to that city.  COOKLE & PAPWORTH.  .BlINKUAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  OK and Ivniihoo Mineral Clulrn3,filtualo in the  Greenwood Mlninir Division of Vale ItU-  trlct.   Where located: On Iho Noitli  I*orl-  of Canyon creek. Slinllkiimcon Divisi6n of  Yalo District.  TAKK NOTICE that Samuel T.lLsrscn, Free  Miner's Centlllcale No. ������ (Bill,nnd Hurry U.  TIiooii, Eren Minor's Cci'tllicate No. U ilillh,Intend, sixty flays from dale hereof, to njiply lo tho  MlnlnurKccoi-der for'a Cerllllcato of Improvements, for the-purpose of ol>taliiIti|- a Crown  Grant of theahovc claim.  And further take notice  that action,  under  seoton   87, must   Im commenced  before  tliu  Ibsuiuicooi such Curtlllcnteof [inprovenients  Dated this 11th day of January, A. D. 1WW.  OKANAOAN DI8TUI0T;  FKIlIiy,SUM.MKnl.A.Nn-EAH'l' HUMMKIII.ANI),  OKANAOAN IiAKK,  TN aecordance with Chapter 70. H. H. II, C,  J. IK/7," Kurriuu Act," llniOovcrnmciitol' lirit-  lish Coiiirnlila Invites applications for a charier  tfor a ferry to ply hotwecn Huinnieihiiid audit  ton tl    n* inlloH.  ���������mint, on tlm opposite side  of Oltimiij/i n  liitlm,  known us EastHiimmerlaiid.ii dlstanecof ahutit  A ppllcntlons will lie reeelvod up to iiml In-  oludlli'-aatunlay, tho 2UIh day of Hejileinlin-,  11(18  Tliuoliiiitiir**JI1 cover a polled oxpltli;!; on  lie UOtiiJuim.lUll).  Serves mealn at all hours.    The lover of good things  always comes here when he wants his chops, steaks,  fish or fowl, or any of-tho tasty dishes that we make a  specialty   of cooking,  to  please the fastidious. We  *  Make a Specialty of Home-Made Bread. -..";  Rondeau & Bupont.  5������50i>������oa������������ffl������s-������������������os������e������������09������������<30������������ij(i^aso'������������������������*^^  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary {];  district. Ifc is heated with steam and' jjjj  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample |  rooms. The bar is always abreast'of tlie* I  times, and meals are served in the Cafe"\v  at any.hour, day or night.  McClung &  Qoodeve,   Propr's.


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