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 ������  [A  i  s*  CJ  S  ns,'  "D  <r*3  son  se  S  ives-"  RuMell-taw-Caulfield ���������" Co; Ltd.  Hardware, Groeei-ios, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings'   "  SESsffis^ss:  ==GBS������BS������miS3������  GREENWOOD  ������  Dealer, in  Contractor for Ties, Poles and Fence- Posts. '  Heavy Teaming and Bray ing  Phon  a^������ci0eeQ������eae������a������e������������a������������������������>������o U  About thirty  men  are  working  at the Denoro mine.  _ Mr. and Mrs. S. E.'Bclt will reside on Ijong Lake street.  J. A.'Tuzo of_Beaverdell spent a  few days in the'eity this week.''  * George Rondeau will act asjchof  for tho Northern hotel in Eholt. .  I). C. Fraser and wife of Nelson  were visitors in the city this week.  , F. M.^'Elkins returned from a  business trip " to Alberta .the Dtist  week.  No, my boy, the Great Northern  railway does not-run into Greenwood.  ' 0. Scott Galloway of Grand  Forks was a visitor in the city this  week.  _,The first snow of the'1 season .arrived iu Greenwood e'arly Monday  morning.      _ ���������   ���������'  The Boundary Falls orchestra  will have -.a, dance iu Greenwood  this week.  Ou Sunday a team from the  Mother Lo'de" dofeated Greenwood  at football.  > In Phoenix this eveningji dance  is being given for the benefit "of  .Milton Fisher. v    -  Martin Burrell loft Friday morning for the coast to. speak in the  Conservative interest-!, lie will he  back in the Boundary before polling 'day.  W:\F. .Roberts, manager nf the  Nelson Gas works,.was in the city  this week in connection with coke  supplied to the 'Dominion Copper  company.  The C. P. R. is building abridge  near Boundary-Fall's in order to  remove the dauger soflong existing,  to those "traveling by vehicle along  their tracks al the smell er.  .-' Unequalled for Domestic Use.  ^���������������&ese$'^������*&g<&6������<|  {Kings Liquor Scotcn Whiskey I  .     ' -* - .       -12 .Years Old |  J. W. Burmesters White Port., f  Jas. Bennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.     ���������_ I  GREENW00D������LIQUOR -" CO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. G.  ���������"���������TMITHHili ilTfl  Dealers in  Fi-esh and Salt JVleats, pish and Poultry  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  ^E. Miller, barrister of Grand  Forks paid a professional visit to  the city this week.  G. A.-Rend el I cf Eholt was iu  tho city, for the Burrell meeting  Thuisday evening.  Election returns will be Received  and posted at the Conservative  club Monday evening.  Champagne corks were flying in  the air Saturday night. This is  one sign of an election.  It is rumored that. Mackenzie &  Mann may obtain control of the  smelter at Boundary Falls.  .Dave Hardy and Joe Allan camo  up in their carriage from Boundary  Falls on Saturday evening.  - - Bright paint and _ncw planks  have made the, bridge at Boundary  Falls'look-like a new thing.-- * *  After a visit to her bister, Mrs.  -J. E. Spankie, Miss Mulligan returned to New York last week.    "  The election returns will be announced and posted between acts  in the Auditorium  Monday night.  The first bet iu  Greenwood  on  the   result  in Yale-Cariboo   was  made Tuesday. It was for ������100 a  side.  One well-known local 'politician  declares positively that he will sue  another well-known politician if a  bet of BIO mado at the last election is not paid-forthwith.  It it expected that the affairs of  the Dominion Copper company  will be settled in a short time, end  the mines and smelter' resume  operations early in December.  George Hcatherion ' returned  from Otlawa last week, his father  having improved somowhatf in  health. It was his first* visit home  in eighteen years and he enjoyed  it very much.  - Jas. C. 7i)ale came in from Carmi  this week. He reports - tho people  are cheerful in that sectiou, although the French colonists have  recently lost four horses- from disease, llr. Dale has completed and  moved into his now house at Carmi.  Tom Russell returned to Phoenix last week. John Frost and M.  II. Kane will return in a short  time. During the summer they  sunk several shafts ou their iron'  claims near Sturgeon lake in Ontario with highly satisfactory results.  Phoenix ore train  i.s called  ' White Wings;" although it cannot fly.  There is a water famine in Eholt  but Torney still has plenty of othei  beverages.  Sam McOrmond raised several  tons' of potatoes upon his ranch  this summer. 'l "    " -  Norman Luse bought the Northern hotel from.-G. A.' Rdndell a  short time- ago." He has' had it  thoroughly renovated and will  move into-it shortly, and will use  his '"present  premises   only   as   a  rooming house.  The Campaign. -  Thursday evening of  last week  the political campaign was opened  by Martin   Burrell. the Conservative  candidate.    The/ Auditorium  was" fairly - well   filled. *-* W.    B.  Fleming, president of the district  association    occupied-   the   chair.  At 8:30 the first  speaker,   Dr. W.  E. Spankie, took the platform and  spoke on the Oriental  question for  25   minute.������.    This  and  the  lateness in  starting the meeting deprived  many   who had  to go  to  work at 11 o'clock of the pleasure of hearing the  whole of Mr.  Burrell'a speech.   ���������  - Mr. Burrell spoke for more than  two   hours,  discussing the issues  in -a  fair  broad-minded   manner,  without dealing in  the  personalities so common  in   political  cam-1  paigns.    His   speech _ was   oue of  facts.    No   statements made that  were not absolute  truths.    No in  sinuations or inuendos, just a plain,  straightforward   criticism   of   the  acts of the Laufier government  i\lXn sCllin(,-e mini>s made: 10,256,-  000,000 copper coins in 1907. The  quantity peoms enormous to Americans, but il was a very small emission to serve-.the needs of a population five l.irai's.that of the United  States." ���������  i ���������__    *  ��������� - Receipi-s and Expense.  During the. first nine  months of  this year the,City of Greenwood  received from" various sources the  following amounts :  I'nlicc court tines , . vti mo --,n  rn        i      ,. *. IPL)LO,J   ������*v  trade licenses.....      770  Liquor licenses ..  Do"- tax " '  TToful t,ix .'.'.'.,  Water v.-itos   estern Float!  10  4,(390 00  130 00  2 00    4,101 20  A portion of the expenditure for  the same period was as follows ���������  tftmf;v ���������*��������� $1,187'70  Street lightim--  i)1J0 20  92  ft  ',3  ; J. Gillanis making soft .drinks  in Hedley. - . ������    .  The Union Bank has opened iu  Prince Rupert. '   -  Another paper is to be started afc  Port Essington,  Steve Slinger is running a restaurant in Hazelton.    ���������  There are G2 pupils' jn  the college at Summer-land.   '  Frank Richter, " tlie pioneer  rancher of the Similkameen, was  in the city Monday, in connection  with the sale of a mill site on the  -Ingrain ranch, near Midway, to T.  B. White, who recently' purchased  extensive timber limits from John  H. East.     -  ���������    "���������..y..^      1,1'JU  tire department  507  Salaries   I Mayor and aldermen.. .7  HUJ. &d  Cfener.il expenses  718 91  Hew Gold Camp.  Wiseman  creek, says the Prince  Rupert Empire,  is the latest discovery on the main Koyukuk river  m Alaska, and is. taking  the place  of   Coldfoot,   which is being deserted.     Sceamboats   go   up   the  river   to Coldfoot,   but   transport  above Coldfoot is by scows, which  are towed  by, horses.    The mail  contract is for  four  mails  during  the summer, and none during the  winter.    The climate'is fiue, the!  summer weather being much the  samo as that of the Kootenays in  British Columbia.    It is hot in the  day time and  cool  at night, with  occasional   showers.    The   miners  mi .  , - --  1 would like  to  have more rain   <*<-i  There were no interruptions, and as to help them in  ������S������  whether friends or opponents those        * wasnins:  present must have gone away with  a high  opinion  of his abilitv and  will  The   sawmill   at Gerrard  close down this month.'     * -  Phil Hickey  was in Alaska all  summer,    no lives in Seattle.  E' *R- ViP0nd lias built a shingle  4,780 00 mm at Goldhill in the Lardeau.  OVX  OD  Hie Grand Prairie hotel at Carson was burned down last week.  The  third  annual fair is beinc  held in Port Simpson today.    -    "  J. A. Hartly of  Grand  Forks is  opening a jewelry store,iu Phoenix.  A eawmill at -Prince Rupert has  gone into the hands of a receiver.  In Alberni the minks are raid-  more chicken coups than the eoons.  Advices from Alaska say that it  will be a hard winter in Fairbanks.  Dan Biner of 'Phoenix went to  Spokane last week to get married.   ������  The State of Washington raises"  thirty millions of bushels of wheat  yearly.  respect for his honesty.  BSftJ-yflBIM^g^^  m6RG6FR6  Having purchased the stock of Messrs. Rendell & Co. at a  discount, *we are placing the same 011 sale at greatly reduced  prices. Everything in tho-store Reduced.' Absolutely Nothiug  Reserved.  Buy Your Fall and Winter Goods Now and Save Money.  BARCLAY  &   CO.  Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes. Millinery.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler.   Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms aro always at the service of those in eeareh of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to.dyspepsia^:  ���������   while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  '   makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden,    Tho sample rooms aro the largest in the mountains and ?Na" pleasure to drummers with, big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -."���������'     -       PROPRIETOR  A, D. Macfarlane,  formerly of  The Times,  has    abandoned   the  1 study of law and gone to Prince  Rupert.    " '  'The engagement is announced of  Mr. J. T. Bea.tie, manager of the  Bank of Commerce and Miss Maud  Minkler.  It is rumored  that W. P. Tier-1  ney has secured a two-year contract for railway  building in'the  Boundary.  A. Jennings, who was suspected  of being one of the hold-ups, was  discharged Tuesday by Stipendiary  Magistrate McMynn. |  # The Greenwood Dramatic Society expects to delight local audiences with several admirable  plays during the winter.  The local Liberal club's rooms  were scrubbed out Saturday last.  The Augean stables will probably  be cleaned next Monday.  The inventory of the-Dominion  Copper company's assets will be  completed this week. The assets  will exceed the liabilities.  Mrs. G. R. Naden attended an  At Home in Prince Rupert lust  week, giv-Qu in honor of Mrs. J.  Fred Ritchie of Victoria.  Kinney & McDonald have installed an electric motor in their  up-to-date shop and will add a  wood lathe in a few days.  A marriage license was issued at  the government oflice on the 5th  inst. to James Hampson and Laura,  Nelson, both of Greenwood.  Messrs. Tees and Curtis returned  from their hunting trip last week.  Thoy saw a wild-cat one night but  did uot succeed iu making a cap-  Following an operation for appendicitis Baker Rous?a died in  the hospital at Walla" Walla last  Thursday. P. F. Roussa has the  sympathy of.many friends in tho  loss of his brother. jt>w������ng-to a  delayed telegram'he (iid -not"receive thcsadint-jlligeuco until after  his brother's funeral.  E. Foyle Smith is receiving the  congratulations of his niauy friends."  On the 8th inst. he was wedded in  Revelstoke to Miss Hancock of  London, England. After a short  honeymoon trip through Kootenay the happy couple arrived in  Greenwood and have taken up  their residence upon Greenwood  street, opposite the city hall.  The assize court, which was to  have been held here on the 22nd  inst., has been ajourned to Tuesday, November 3rd. This is caused  by an exceptionally heavy docket  at Kamloops, .preventing "Mr. Justice Martin holding court on the  dates previously advertised. The  date at Revelstoke has also been  cancelled.  Colonel Holmes, D. O. C, of  Victoria, was in the city last week  on his tour of inspection of the  military district of which he has  charge. He expressed satisfaction  at the manner in which the books  of the local company were kept  and the scores made by inany of  the members, but thought others  might with profit spend more time  at the range.  Duncan Ross left Monday for  the north, and before returning to  the Boundary will address meetings in New Westminster and Victoria, but not in Vancouver. Is  there an understanding between  Duncan and Bowser ? Is this longdistance fight of theirs merely a  bluff? Does cither one wish to  meet the other on a public pint-  form V If ss, it is about time they  were mixing.  say  In  inWBBgSBBBaggBEBSB^^  \  Beer, Porter, Soda Water  Are our three ��������� Specialties  House   is   lhe ''largest  111  Our  the  new Brew .  Boundary.  Phoenix - Brewing ������ Co.  (Limited.)  The Pride ol' Western Canada. Phono 138, Greenwood I  ture.  W. M. Law is president, and G.  R. Naden, secretary, of tho Prince  Rupert Securities, limited, a company that has been formed to deal  in real estate and develop properties.  M. M.* Stephens, formerly of  Phoenix, is in Prince Rupert and  hcems to bo delighted with the  placo. Ho puts us in mind of that  mail in Chicago who said that he  never wanted to leave'that city.  After a timo ho died, and mooting  an old acquaintance in his new  homo he said : "I. am dolighsod  with heaven, and do not want to  go back to Chicago," "Tut, tut'  man, this is not heaven. This is  the other place, "ji  While iu Chesaw last week C, J.  McArthur attended a political  meeting. It was a Democratic  gathering, and some of his old time  Butte friends asked Mac to "  a few words" for the cause  his remarks ho stated that arrangements had been made with  tho authorities at Washington to  allow all Canadians living within  twenty mileB of the boundary lino  to vote in the State of Washington  this year, aud they would all vote  Democrats. This was received  with applause by all except ono old  gentleman, a war scarred Ropubli  Saturday evening the Liberals  held their first meeting in Greenwood. The Auditorium was  packed to the doors. E. R. Red-  path occupied the chair, and with  him on the platform were Mayor  Bunting, John D.~Spw.co, J. W.  Nelson, and R. Wilson.  Mr. Ross spoke for an hour and  a half, and it was an  able speech.  Perhaps some of his  frieuds w^uld  have been better pleased had'he  not- been   so pronounced,  in .his  praise of Clifford Sifton.   Mr. Ross  deserves credit for his defense of  all the acts of the Laurier government.    But if one believes in part  he might just as well swallow the  whole policy of scandal aud graft.  Mr. Ross also touched on  Bowser  and Gotoh. , This caused a double-  barreled   interruption.    One   barrel was'discharged from  the floor  and the other from the   gallery,  I producing a little amusement for  the audience.    Mr. Ross stated he  was prepared to meet Mr. Bowser  on any platform and   prove  the  charges he had made.    This closed  one of the best political speeches  ever made in  Greenwood.    If the  Laurier government is as black as  painted,  Mr.  Ross did not make  any admissions to that effect.  The meeting was enthusiastic for  Mr.  Ross.    In fact,   many of the  married men, the heads of families,  in the audience were noticeable for  their enthusiastic applause   when  the word "scaudal" was mentioned.  This was especially so during Mr.  Ross' splendid eulogy of Clifford  Sifton and his methods. The world  is moving.    What yesterday was  a disreputable occupation, is today  an honorable calling.    Crimes that  a   few   years  ago   would   put a  public man behind  the bars, are  now   unblushingly  lauded  in the  market    place    by    church-going  heads of families.  John McTntiif, toeialist member  for Grand Forks riding, followed  Mr. Ross in a speech of about an  hour. Mr. Mclnuid is a pleasing  speaker, and many or thu Socialist-  spell, binders might svith profit take  a leaf out of his book when discussing economic (|uestions.  Since 1904 the number of polling  places in Yale-Cariboo has increased 20.  There is a lumber famine in  Hazelton and .the town needs another sawmill.  , ,,       .-  ,    Rrushby Bottom, near Hedlev.  creek the miners are getting good is being surveyed into five and'ten  returns and   the  gold  is coarse, (acre fruit farms,  some of the nuggets  being as big  as they have not yet made a cleanup. Everything is beautifully  green, and the writer in a garden  is growing lettuce, radishes, turnips, cauliflower, spinuach, -pie  plant,   and potatoes.     On  Nolan  as half a hand  yefc  the  . _ _  ground is  only   being   prospected    on    the  benches. Ia a few hours thousands  of dollars have been picked up, but  the creeks are not all like that.  There are so few  men that but  little work   has   been  done anywhere.    Wages are $1 an hour and  wood costs SS a cord  in' rue' bush.  Most of the men who came in last  winter went out without staking  claims.    It looks as if there would  be work there this winter.   Everything is dear, however, and those  who go should   be   able   to   live  should  they not get employment."  Eggs   cost   SI adozen and   fresh'  vegetables 33 cents a pound.  'A Fire This Morning.  At 3 o'clock this morning a fire  broke out in the rear end of Emma  Houston's residence on Gold street.  Almost before the bell ceased ringing the fire brigade turned out and  had the blaze under oontrol in a  short time. Two trunks, a chair,  a sewing machine and oue picture  was 'saved. Three dogs were  bured to death. The loss������ is over  $2,000. The owner being out of  town, it could not be learned  whether thero was any iusurauce.  15   miles   in  from the Con-  at  There are 5S men  working  the Reco mine near Sandon.  H. L. Frank died in  Cincinnati  The  town of  An aerial tram  length is to be bailfe  rad mines to Dyea.  Ore is being roasted at the zinc  plant in Nelson and smelting will  commence next week.  In Prince Rupert 24 Japanese  have applied for the privilege of  becoming Brfffsh subjects.  "' * "  Wm. Ring wants the courthouse  and government buildings moved  froai Fairview to Kelowna.  Eight men, under H. C. Pollock,  have been put to work on the  Kingston group near Hedley.  Dan Ross, the well known hotel  man of Fernie, died in Cranbrook  last week from typhoid fever.  Bears and panthers are plentiful around Alberni. There must  be an abbatoir in the vicinity.  J. F. Rover, who recently sold  out at Keremeos to Dougald Gillespie, intends opening a livery in  Kelowna.  On the Bulkley river, about five  miles from Telkwa, a seam of good  coking coal four feet thick has  been discovered.  It  track  a "-hort time ago,  Frank in Alberta  him.  is named after  died in  Phila-  aged 61 years,  can, who " reckoned if he caught  any d���������d Canadians voting in Chesaw there would bo doin's resulting in the services of an undertaker.'^ It took Mao all next day  to convince tho old gontlomau that  he was jollying tho Democrats.  Demand for Copper.  It is reported that the German-  South American Telegraph company will require twelve million  pounds of copper in-tho manufacture of cables it is going to lay be-  between Africa and Sauth America,  and the American electrolytic copper is named in tho specifications.  This company is subsidized by the  German government..  The Wall Street Summary quotes  Enoch Emery,  au  American"mer-.l  John M.  Burke  dclphia last month  leaving a widow in Spokane. Many-  people   remember Burke   on this  side of the lino" when  he ran a  bauk-in Kaslo.  During the past year the Granby  produced 21,120,920 pounds of  copper at an average cost of 10-24  cents a pound. The Granby has  over fifteen millions of dollars invested in its business aud its mines  aro about three miles from Greenwood.  A   peculiar  accident   happened  near  Zanesville,   Ohio.    The railroad section foreman had stopped  a train to get a cow off a trestle.  When   the   train started up   the  escaping   steam   again frightened  the cow, which ran  into him and  knocked him under the wheels of  the train  whore ho met his death.  On September 22nd at tho trial  trip of the S. S. Princess Charlotte,  which has bden built for the Canadian Pacific railway, for the Vancouver- Victoria-Seattle   route,    a  chant long resident in  China, as mean "peed of 20.34 knots was ob  saying:" Within   a   short time! tained,     The   Princess   Charlotte  bo   in   the American  Ifholt.  r Jack Henderson and Bill Toafces  havo gone hunting and tho declare takim- to tho woods.'  With the exception of two nr  three all the strikers are again at  work in thoO. P, R. shops. Eight  strike-breakers are still employed.  China  will  market for considerable quantities  of copper and silver. When I was  at Shanghai ninety days ago, tho  Taotai of that great port told me  that tho nineteen provincirl mints  had consumed their stocks of electrolytic copper aud were in urgent  need of tho metal, tho purchase of  which has been delayed only because of waiting for tho outcomo  of a report from an imperial commission appointed for making a  plan for the u 11 iCuml ion of the coin-  ago system and for approval of a  design for a new imperial coin to  be of the size and weight, of the  old Spanish   pillar  silver  dollar.  has been built on similar lines to  the 8. S. Princess Victoria and  will be iii commission ^next season  for the Alaska-Yukon Exposition  traffic.  Rapid progress is being made by  tho Trail Ltuiiber Company, Ltd.,  with their mnv plant at Puulson,  B, C. Mtiiiairisr DoOew has a  force of mon at work on the company's limits, and has bunk-  houses, ('fMk-hrniso and other  buildings 'completed, while a start  has been inul-- one tho mill buildings. Mr. DcOcw has purchased  nti iL'i'ii liinuhiuery for a'-thirty-  UhhihiukJ por day mill, and this  has arrived at. Paulsou.     .  cost 810,000,000 to double-  the C. P.  R.  between Winnipeg and Fort ��������� William,  a  distance of 427 miles.  Sir Thomas Shaughuessv is again  in the West. While here he should  visit New Denver and examine its  value as a summer resort.  Owing to a deep fall of snow in  the Babine mountains Jim Cronin  has suspended operations in that  section until next summer.  Harvey Creech is running a  store at Copper City. About 30  men are building a trail from that  place to the Telkwa mines.  The production of gold in the  Klondike this year will exceed that  of 1907 by S.300,000. The successful working of dredges is tho cause  of the increase.  The C. P. R. Will soon operate  all its lines in B. C. by electric  power.* Ths road between Winnipeg and the mountains is to be  double-tracked.  At Reuo, Nevada, the gamblers  are putting up. a strong light to  keep the lid from.being put on that  town. The university of Nevada  is in that town, and parents he-ji-  .tate to send their boys there while  open gambling is permitted in Reno  K J.   M.  Harrison, , A.   McClaine  I and J. Bolle came in  Friday from  Tngineca,   where thoy have  been  during tlio summer.    Thoy ntatu  that with every  day's  work dono  the value of tho claims -there increases ; .That, an ounce a day to  the man i.s about the average, a-id  that under very ililh'cult condition,-.  The gold so  far recovered has all  come from   tho   surface   gravels.  When  frost" sets iu sinking to bod  rock will be  undertaken on half a  dozen different propertif-H, both on  McConnell creek and the Jngincoi.  Until bed rock   is reached  indifferent   places   and   some drifting  done nothing but a '.-guess can be     ���������  mado as to whether thero is a bonanza there or a low-grado propo-    '  Hition.���������-Omin'eca Herald. ZsLMBOiXfJl^a*!* J,7<-rt...-f.i. ��� r-m*- a.ti-rw.ii-1 mr r -n w-*
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THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH, COLUMBIA.
USER' THE SAILOR.
Takes a Trip on Bounding Billows
With Unfortunate Results.
VICTIM OF THE STORMY SEA.
Elected a Member of the Old Salts'
Club, He Has His First Outing
Despite Wife���Carried Home on a
Stretcher.
[Copyright, 190S, by T. C. McClure]
When the Bowsers came up from
dinner tho other evening Mrs. Bowser
intended to ask Mr. Bowser to cnll
with hoi* *at a neighbor's, but before
she could introduce the matter ho excused himself aud passed upstairs.
Ilnlf an hour later, when he camo
down, she gasped in astonishment mid
exclaimed:
".Mr. Bowser, but what have you
done with yourself?"
Mr. Bowser had on a sailor's hat.
tie was dressed in a yachting costume.
Such a costume ns is seen in a mclo
drama and nowhere else.
lie had on white canvas shoes, and
the salty ah* in tho room mado tho cat
8111-070.
"Some more tomfoolery?" queried
Mrs. Dowser as ho stood smiling lie-
lore her.
"Don't get excited, Madam Bowser."
he quietly replied. "This, as you proli-
iiky recogni/.o, is tho costume of ��
���sailor."
"But what are you doing with it?"
"Because I am a sailor, or shall lie
tomorrow. I take great pleasure in in
forming you, my dear, that I have
been elected a member of the Old Salts'
"OH, A LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE."
club, and tomorrow we hold our annual outing. That is, we go for an
all day's sail on the bay.
"Oh. a life on tho ocean wave,
A home on iho rolling deep,
A billow to lay my head upon
As the gale it rocks me to sleep!
"What, ho, there!   Strike your main
topsails aud haul in the lee bowsprit!"
"You  mean to tell me that you are
going sailing?" asked Mrs. Bowser as
he ceased waltzing around.
"Aye, aye, shipmate. Weigh anchoi
and let's be off."
"Why, you have never eveu sailed
across a goose pond iu your life, aud
you'll be sure to be seasick."
"Down with the outer jib! Hoist
away ou that���ou that"���
Mrs. Bowser looked at him and
calmed his enthusiasm somewhat and
tlieu said:
"You had better go and take those
circus clothes off and let tho Old Salts
go along by tlh-mselves. Just as sure
lit; you get out in a boat and there's
any sea on you will come home .1
���wilted rag and lay it all to me. It's
worse than your rigging yourself out
to ride horseback."
"Madam," he replied, "I have been
elected to membership with tlie Old
Salts. I am going out with them tomorrow. There wil be a sea on, for
the paper tonight predicts higii winds
for tomorrow, hut there will be no
wilted rags to come home. The-more
sea the better I shall like it. We shall
take along several remedies against
seasickness. I anticipate one of the
most enjoyable occasions in my whole
lire. Cast off the lee clew lines of tho
hind topsail! Bonnet that jib and
jibe the main topmast!"
Appears In Sailor Suit.
��� Mrs. Bowser said no more. It would
have been words wasted. Mr. Bowser
would go iu spite of all, and she was
rather glad to anticipate what would
surely happen. lie was feeling good
natured, and after strutting about th*-
room for awhile he showed himself at
the front door and kept his.cars open
fur any remarks. They soou came. A
hoodlum caught sight of him and yelled
to other hoodlums at tlie top of his
voice:
"Hi, boys, but here's a zebra or giraffe got out of the zoo! Let's run
him down aud get tho reward!"
SVlth the crowd of boys came a
tramp with a rolling gait. That gait
showed that he was a sailor, mid Mr
Bowser's heart warmed toward him.
He had a ten cent piece"In his lingers
before the man struck the steps.
"Ahoy, old ship!" called the stranger.
"Ahoy there!"
"How'o her bead now?"
"Fifty-seven points off the port quarter,"
"Right yo are.    Say,  captain,  you
look every Inch a sailor.   I spotted *oii
clear from the corner."
Mr. Bowser gave him a second ten.
"That's a dandy uniform you've got,
and it's n dandy man Inside It.   Lord
but I do lovo the Bait air clinging to
four clothes!   Going to start on uuotii-
*r voyage soon?"
"I'm going for a sail tomorrow," was
the reply aa two nickels were passed
over.     '
"Tliat'i* right, sir���that's right. I'll
bet you've willed a small boat many a
thousand miles. Captain, if your ship
was Hailing on n nor'west by wesi
course und you wanted to shift your
Iielluii) to u son'-sou'east course, what
srdoi-u would you give?"
"I'd tell 'em to haul in on tho eta'-
board cntlieud mid Hlack away on the
left hand tilston rod." . 1
"Kignc yo are, my hearty, li 1 had
any doubts before tlicy are gone now,"
���aid the man as he patted Mr. Bowser
du the shoulder.
Mr. Bowser had just given him a
���liiarlcr when Mrs. Bowser came lo the
door. At sight of her the fellow made
his way down to aud out of the gate
with all sails drawing, and after
watching him around tlie corner she
queried of the Old Salt beside her:
"Do you know who that person is?"
"He's been male of a ship, I should
say."
"He's the man that carries out the
nshos next door. He's about as much
sailor as you are."
The boys set up another yell and he-
can hunting around for stones lo
ihrow at (he "escaped," and Mr. Bowser struck his topsails and backed into
lhe house. Mrs. Bowser looked for a
row, but none came. He read and
smoked, and they finally wont to bed.
She was hoping that ho had given up
the sally excursion, but soon discovered lo the contrary, no had scarcely
'alien asleep when he began to sing
out. "Man overboard," "Lower away
'he main deck," "See that tho pumps
���tr<< in order," "Burn a blue light," and
-*o on. At midnight he roused her up
'iy singing in his sleep:
"Oh, the raging sea It roars around.
And tho foam goes sweeping by,
And lhe galo Is howling up aloft
As wo race Cor the sunset sky!"
Mr. Bowser was up an hour ahead of
time and was in such a hurry that ho
ate only a few moulhfuls of breakfast.
Twenty minutes after leaving the
house lie was aboard of one of tho
club boats holding six men. There
was a strong gale blowiug and a good
sea on, and many members as thoy
came along were in favor of putting
the sail off lo another day. It was Mr.
Bowser's words that decided the matter, and they were taken down in pen-
cil to be framed and hung on the walls
of the club, When asked for his opinion lie replied:
"Down with tho sta'board cathead
nnd up with fo'saii boom! See that
the rudder is greased with fat pork,
and scud aloft your heaviest anchor
and let us get out of here. The man
that won't face this wind and sea is
no sailor and no shipmate of mine!"
Bowser Becomes Seasick.
Then they set out to bravo the dangers of the briny. They had proceeded
about a cable's length from shore
when Mr. Bowser began to think of
Mrs. Bowser.
Then of his stomach.
Then of his swimming head.
He tried to think of something heroic
aud was surprised to find that ho
could not. i
Mrs. Bowser had told him that he
would bo sure to be seasick, but he
would show her that���
"Look at Bowser!" shouted ono of
"he men.
"He's a gouer!" added another.
"There he goes, fellers!"
And Mr. Bowser went, ne collapsed
like a hinge and lay in tho bottom of
ihe boat.
Then he called upon Mrs. Bowser.
And upon his fellow members.
And upon heaven itself, and offered
millions and millions of dollars to be
set ashore, eveu among rattlesnakes
and centipeds.
At high noon four men bearing a
stretcher on which rested a human
body arrived at the Bowser house.
The human body was Mr. Bowser's.
"Shipmates, is he dead?" asked Mrs.
Bowser from the steps.
"Not dead, matey," replied one of
��� hem, "but he won't want to see a
boiled dinner again before snow flics.
Better let him do his sailing in a bathtub after this." M. QUAD.
Sandy's Confession.
"You were a college man?" interrogated the lady in the vine covered
bungalow.
���'Yessuin," replied Sandy Tikes as he
tackled the wedge of peach pie.
"And took degrees?"
"Yessum."
"How many degrees did you take?"
"Ninety-one, mum. I stole de college
iiormomcter 0110 summer day."���De-
'ioit Tribune.
In Dogland.
"Ghoul! You've been robbing th0
>!ead!"    ''<:'������
"Go on! I buried this bone yesterday."���Harper's Weekly.
Two Opinions.
"So you've stopped calling upon
Miss Pert,"-said Gnusslp. "She has
Yatlior" a pretty face, but I consider
Mcr nose too long, don't you?"
"Huh!" snorted tho rejected one. "I
found her 'noes' entirely too short���
ind emphatic."���Catholic Standard and
Times.
Her Sympathy.
Ltttle Margaret was enduring a visit
trom her boisterous cousins from tho
west. One evening after the children
said their prayers their talk turned on
heaven. Henry, Dick and Bob wished
to know If they would go there when
they died. When an affirmative answer was given, little Margaret exclaimed with heartfelt sympathy:
"Poor Dod."���New York Life.
TO A SUMMER  GIRL
Poor Rich and Rich Poor.
Wo neyer can bo suro ,
Anon't our curtlily ills. ���,
Tho rich nre now so poor
They cannot pay their bills.
But many poor aro rich
Because they don't contract
Big debts regardless, which
Is quite n cheering fact.
���RoborlUB Love In Now York Sua.
Facts In the Case.
"So," jeered 'the friend ao ho
watched the wreck before him, "you
boasted nothing could happen to unseat you."
"Yes,"  faintly  returned  tho  fallen
rider,  floundering  under  his  kicking
steed, "tnli Ir*. Indeed, n horse on me."J
���Baltimore American.
Maiden of the matchless
Form and l'aco divine, -
You have lurried this thulchleas
Cranium of mine,
And with love I'm frantic,
Though 'tis true that l'vo
���Reaelu-d the uiironmiillc
Age of Corty-Ilvo.
There's a rather clumsy
Youth of twenly-twd,
And when summer comes ha
Dances after you.
Willi him you play tennis,
Golf and row and drive,
And my name is Dennis, t
I'*or I'm forty-five. j   |
Feigning to ii.struct you
How to dive und swim, ,
Often has lie ducked you���
IIow 1 envy liiml
Would 1 were your teacher
When you  learn  to divol
But,  unhappy creature,
J am forty-five. 7
So my love I'll smother.
Ullter though It be,
And I'll woo your mother,
Who Is fond ot me.
She's a rich and merry
Widow, and I'll strlvo
To win her, though "she's very
Fat and forty-live.
���J. Adair Strawson In rue's
Force of  Habit.
"John! .I0I11U".called the excited little wife.
"W-what is It, Lucy?" muttered tho
big baseball player as ho drowsily
turned over iu lied.
"Why, there is a man downstairs."
"W-what's ho doing?"
"Lie���lie's trying (0 reach tho plate."
"Trying lo reach the plate? Put him
out, Kelly; put him out at third!"���
New Orleans Times-Democrat.
ONE'S IDEA OF REST.
Flying Steak.
"Fine airship you have, old man,"
said tho friend. "What do you call
her?"
"The Porterhouse," replied the sky
pilot.
"Named after a beefsteak. Well,
well, well! Isn't that rather unusual"
"Not at all. I named her that because she Is always rising."���Chicago
News.
He Had Evoluted.
"I could a tail unfold"��� began the
newly fledged frog.
Then he paused and seemed to be
wrapped in meditation.
"But," ho concluded, "that is a thing
of tho past I'm no longer a tadpole."
���Denver News-Times.
Mutually Unintelligible.
"Bliggins aud his wife seem to have
a deep respect for each other's superior
wisdom."
"Yes. Ho talks to her about nothing
but baseball, and sho talks to him
about nothing but fashions."���Washington Star.
Nearly on the Shelf.
"That thin woman's face is familiar.'
"Yes; that's Mrs. Sniffkins."
"'Mrs.,' eh?    She hasn't been  mar
ried long, lias she?"
"Well, uot as long as she has been
longing .to be."���Catholic Standard and
Times.
/'       .������������������������
A Full House.
Friendly Actor���Did you draw a full
house last night?
Star Actor���Yes; but, curse my luck,
my understudy stayed and drew four
kings and took the pot.���Bohemian
Magazine.
"-   Natural Courtesy.
"Why do they talk of the rudeness
of nature?" ���
"I don't know. To my Idea,^nature
Is very polite. Look at the dip of th6
waves, the bend of the river, the
boughs of the trees."���Town,and Country. ________
Tippitts' Failings.
Bi'-kwell-l shall have to give Tippitts a talking to. He's too hard on
my shirts.
Tread way���Tippitt Is-your laundry-
man. is ho?
Klekwell��� Laundry man? No; he's my
valet.���Chicago Tribune."
Hunt   Your   Individual   Thought   and
Practice  It.
Restj and when you rest���rest. Dive
down into your bruin and turn all the
corners Inside out and Und what your
own personal idea of relaxation is and
then follow it.
Be not one ,of those unfortunates
who think that rest consists of sitting
still, whether you want to or no, and
who do not realize that out "of a
hundred people sixty-eight* different
conceptions of repose will be found.
Have you ever heard of the stage
driver and Lis vacation? Well, he had
driven a stage in the Cumberland
mountains for something like twenty
years and one clay took the notion that
he needed a rest.
What do you suppose he did? Went
to town and .had a riproaring good
time, you say.
Well, he did not.
To use his own quaint words, "I jest
come every day and set beside the
other fellow on the box and watched
him do my work."
For curiosity a census of the rest
question was taken. Here aro a few
of the results. One is "starch." A girl
said she always felt perfectly rested
and happy when she was dressed in
au immaculate waist, stillly starched
petticoats and irreproachable shoes.
In direct contrast to lliis is tho whim
of another girl that only in old clothes
could she rest, "for then," she said,
"1 can cat sticky candy and juicy
oranges with no ill effects."
From a man came this idea: "I like
to stand ou the edge of a crowd where
I do uot know any one and watch the
people." From another '-amo a similar
ono���to sit on the banks of a uoisy
stream. Sleep was, of course, more
thought of than anything else. Absolute darkness came in for its share of
adherence���perfect harmony, whether
in tho boating of a drum, the rhythmic
motion of a train or simply music.
Undisturbed dreaming came as a surprise from an exceedingly practical
girl, and to sit in a cemetery was the
idea of a particularly cheerful miss.
One girl hesitated quite awhile and
then wilh a laugh said, "Do you know,
1 think if 1 could run iu the grass
barefooted I should bo perfectly contented."
To sleep 011 a freshly filled straw
lick was another choice, aud a Pitts
burger said, "I always thought I could
get splendidly rested if I could just
sleep ou a Mount Washington car
vvliilo it was going through the tunnel."
These are but a few. but you can
luiut your own individual thought out
of its own particular cranny and practice it. It will do you a world of
good.
Wl.en Cooking  Potatoes. '
To make potatoes as nourishing as
possible we should, after thoroughly
brushing and cleaning 'the outside,
steam them in their jackets. Then
when cooked remove the skins, return
them to the steamer for a few i��iu-
utes to bo heated aud eat them with
some form of fiut.
Baking potatoes is an excellent way
of preserving all the nutritious "qualities of the tuber. Wash and scrub
quite clean, then lay them on the
shelf of a fairly hot oven. They
should he turned .over once or twice
during the process of cooking. Time,
from one aud a half hours to two
hours.
Pinch them, and if soft and yielding they are sutiiciently cooked. A
small piece may bo cut out of the end
of each potato and a little butter, salt,
pepper and onion juice inserted and
then the piece replaced. A sprig of
mint in the water is, when boiling potatoes, a great improvement.
Detecting Flaws In Metal.
To detect liliAlen cracks opening
from the surface of metals the surface-
is first moistened with kerosene and is
then dried off with a cloth." It is then
coated with chalk. After a little while
the oil works out of the little cracks
aud stains the chalk. A sort of diagram of the hidden fissures and defects is-thus' produced.
Not That Kind.
"So John is nt college?"
"Yes."
"I suppose, then, he's busy sowing
his wild oats?"
"No; John is at an agricultural college."���Town Topics.
Especially if Ned Is Calling.
Love does not usually laugh at a parrot which says, "Now, George, you
stop!" although, lo our mind, this is
much funnier than the average locksmith.���Detroit Free Press.
Very many persons die annually
from cholera and kindred summer
complaints, who might have been' saved if proper remedies had been used.
Tf attacked do not delay in setting
a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysent-
erv Cordial, the medicine that never
fails to effect a cure. Those who lmve
used it sav.it acts promptly, and thoroughly subdues the pain and disease.
"When I see what Barlow acconv
plishes I nm forced to admiration,"
said Bunting. "He has great physiciil
endurance."
"Yes." replied Gargoyle, "thai man
has the coni-til.iition of'a debutante.''
���London  Telegraph.
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Below we tabulate the various towns that Mr. Greene will visit on his
tour, together with approximate dates of his  arrival in each town:
Victoria, Dominion Hotel '." August 29th.
Vancouver,  Grand View Sept. 14th.
Kamloops, Dominion  Hotel ...�� Sept. 28th.
Revelstoke,   Hotel   Revelstoke    Oct.    ist.
Calgary, Queen's. Hotel : Oct.   5th.
Edmonton,  "fhe  Alberta"    I .. Oct. 12th.   .
Battleford,  Windsor  Hotel    ^Oct. 19th.
Prince Albert,  Queen's  Hotel .* 'Oct. 22nd.
Saskatoon,   Iroquois   Hotel   ..   ..    Oct. 26th.
Regina, "The Clayton"   ..   .'.    Oct. 29th.
Brandon, "The Empire" Nov.   I".h.
Portage la Prairie, The Leiand Nov. 12th.
Winnipeg ..��� Nov. ISth.
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Corni* cannot exist when Hollowav's
Cam Curo is applied fo them. lv*cnuse
it. pons to the root and kills the
irowtli.
hair,
Ho wrote an oelave on  her
A couplet on her none.
And then he lost the maiden fair
P��y steppin" on her .toe**.
���Chicago Record-Herald.
Freddy'o Idea.
It wns mining hard anil Freddy wns
looking out of the window. In n mln-
i:ti\ dapping hi** hnnrta In delight, lie
Kxcliilmeil, "Oli, mother, the raindrop"
a;',> kissing tho puddles!"
Towns Named Taft.
Since the nomination of Secretary
Tuft tho newspapers of the country
Inivo been discovering villages anil
liamlets bearing the name of tiie presidential candidate. According to the
Chicago Tribune, there nre eleven
plnr-of) in this country bearing the
name of Tnft, besides any'number of
Taftvllles, Tiiftoim, Taftvnles and
Tnftdnlcs. Tlie states tlmt lmve Tnft
on the ninp at present are Indiana.
Keiiliicky, I.oiilnlitiin, Mississippi, Missouri, Oregon, Texas, Tennessee, North
Carolina,   South  Carolina  and  Okla-
llU'llU.
Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.
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"T rode on this tro'liv line nil win
for and never once offered a lndy my
��e.if."
"Thnf'a nnt.l"n<- to bonst nf. sir.    Ft,
-limply shows that you never had any
���tinnnei'B."
"Tiint isn't it.    T never had  any
sent."
For the Thirteenth.
A farmer, tlie father o�� twelve children, all of whom hud been rocked in
the same cradle by the same big toe,
was rocking the newest "arrival one
evening, wlien his wit'* remarked,
"John, that cradle is nearly worn out.
It's so rickety I'm afraid it will fall
to pieces." "It is.about used up," replied her husband. Then, handing her
��2, he added, "The next time you go
to town get a new one, a good one���
o*ne that will last."
A barrister observed to a learned
brother in court that he thought.his
whiskers very unprofessional.
"'You are right," replied b's friend.
"A lawyer cannot Lo too barefaced.'
���Tit-Bits.
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relief can be got in a simple but strong
remedy���Mother Graves'   Worm   Ex
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my life insured for $10,000.
Wife���How very sensible of you:
Now I shan't have to keep telling
you to bo so careful every placo you
go to.���Louisville Post.
Minard's Liniment Cures  Burns, etc.
Magistratte (sternly)���Didn't I tell
you the last time you were here I
never wanted you to come before me
again?
���Prisoner���Yob, sir; but I couldn t
mako the police believe it.���Titbits.
Ten cents' worth of Wilson Fly Pads
will kill more house flies than thre-'i
hundred-sheets of sticky paper.
"Do you believe in signs?"
"Well, I must confess that whon I
see a man wearing one proclaiming
that he is deaf and dumb I get. a little shaky."���Philadelphia Ledger.
Wilson's Fly Pads kill them all.
"You say you acted like a perfect
liidy throughout?"
"Suro, yer Honor. When ho tips his
hat to 1110 nnd me not knowhi' him,
I ups w'th a rock and caves in hi-)
��� face."���Houston Post.
Indoors or outdoors tlierc is nothing quite so good
as Triscuit���the Shredded Wheat Wafer, which
contains iu smallest Bulk all the muscle-building,
Braiu-pro.duciug qualities of-whole wheat.
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King Edward's Lucky Number.
The King's lucky number is nine.
Both his parents woro born in 181��,
he was born on a Oth; his mnrringc
took place in the year 'G3, which numbers added the one to the other make
nine; his reign commenced ��� in 1001,
ho was to have boon crowned on the
27th, which figures added together
mako nine, and .he was actually
crowned on tho Oth of August.
Nurse (announcing the expected)���
Professor, it's 11 little hoy.
Professor (iihsont-mindodly)��� Well,
ask him what he wants.���Boston Trail-,
script.
nothing else.���
At the Garden Party.
Rieji Aunt���So sorry 1 haven't been
able to see more of you and Adolphus
this afternoon. I'm afraid you'vo had
rather a dull time..
Poor Niece (humbly anxious not to
offend)���Indeed, indeed,   dear   Aunt
Jano,    wo  expected
Punch.
Hiibbie���My dear, if F cannot leave
the oflice in time for dinner to-night
I will send you 11 note by a inosscn-
gor.
Wiii''��� You need not go to Unit expense, . George, for I have 'iilready
found llic note in your coat pocket,���
Philadelphia Inquirer.
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/��� Which Pe-ru-na -Relieved in a Short  - Time. ' '  v.\  SgMlsaSUSIE M. KINGSWORTH.?:*  MISS'SUSIE- M*. KINGSWOBTH.  466 Quebec Street, London, Ontario,  writes:  "J began using Peruna last January when I had such a'bad cold,  . and I could not got anything to help  mo.  "My nose and'head were all stopped up. so that I could hardly get my  ��������� breath. I thought at times that 1  would smother, especially at night.  "I have1 no trouble with that now.  The noise in my head has all disappeared.  "I know-Peruna'will do just what  you say it does. I cannot praise  Peruna too-highly, as it has done so  much for me. I hope my letter will  reach other sufferers." -  Mrs. S.J. Kountz, 1015 Scovel street'  Nashville.   Tenn..   writes:~  "I have had a very bad cough nearly  all  my life,   and   I' am   forty-fiv*  ��������� venrs old." I have taken almost evorv  kind of cough medicine"that has ever  been mnde, but none did me much  pood.- T would have spells of cough-  ine   (hat   T   thoupht   T   would   cough  ^rnrenif to death.* T took Pfinina. and  Jn**i winfor and this whiter T hnve"had  no  couch,  and  T know'that   Peruna  cured' me,"  . s /  They Needed Other Things.  Like most ministers' families, they  were not extensively blessed with this  world's goods. She. however, was the  -'pnngest of ten 'children until her  father explained to her of the "baby  sister who had -come in the night.  "Well." she said, after due thought,  "I s'nose it's all -righ't, papa, but  there's many a thing we needed  worse."���������Delineator.  .  MUSIC CURES INSANITY.  Srass Band Shown to Have'Amazing  Curative Powers.  A striking experiment in the treatment of feeble-minded patients under the care of the Metropolitan Asylums Board, at their home at vV'it-  -ham, Essex, has demonstrated the  "curative" effect of music.  At the  Witham   Homo,  the Metropolitan Asylums  Board , has * placed  for treatment all the boys classed as  feeble-minded, between.the ages of 12  and 21, the object being to train  as  many of them as possible to become  self-supporting.      For    this    purpose  various  trades  are  taught,   but    the  progress made was very slow, and the  .signs of success few until it was decided  to start  a   brass  band  among  the   patients.    Tho   result  has   been  really extraordinary, for- not only has  the  band advanced rapidly in musical  proficiency,  but the members of  it, once their interest was awakened  in   the  playing,   have  made  ever-increasing    strides   (toward     complete^  sanity.  The superintendent of .the home, T.  C. Gibbs, states that the progress  made by the playcrs'since the forma-  "tioh of the band had been marvelous,  and the band boys had become distinctly in advance of other inmates  of the home in' mental qualities.  There have been sevpral astonishing'  instances where - individual boys,  whoso cases at one lime appeared  hopeless, ^had mode such marked progress-since playing in the band that  they would shortly be discharged as  mentally fit,r  "The music." he added, "has had  , a charmed effect upon' the patients,  who have 'advanced under its influence by leaps and bounds. T have  great faith in the fiituro,trcntment of  the class of boys we receive here."  As a result of the success .which  has been attained? -. the committee  which controls -the Witham Home  has decided to provide-the band boys  with special uniform, and a suggestion is being considered to employ a  whole-time regimental bandmaster, on  the staff of tho school in place of the  leader'of the local-town band at Witham, who has imparted the musical  instruction so far given, at practices  held twice a week.  '.  FACTS ABOUT COLDS:  HASHEESH OF GREECE.^  HOW'S THIS? .  .We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case'of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.  . We, the undersigned, have known  ^ F. J. Cheney for the last 35 years, and  bolicvj him perfectly honor.ible in all  . business transactions, and financially  ablcto carry out any obligations made  by his finn.  Walding,  Kinnan & Marvin,   *"  Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intcrn-  -'allv,  aefing  directly upon  the  blood  and mucous surfaces  of" the  system.  Tcptinioninls pent free. Pi*jc.->- 75c. per  boflle.    Sold   bv   all   Druggists  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Guidebooks.  Guidebooks for travelers are an Er/  lish invention.  y- Ozone.  Ozone was discovered by Schoubein  .of Basel iulSMO while experimenting  with the then newly invented battery  of Sir William Grove. Tho word ozono  Is from the Greek "ozein," to yield an  ntim\  Many Names of Hingham's Hall.  Hinghara has one hall with three  names, the largest in the town and th*  one where all the town business Is  transacted, where Company K, Fifth  regiment. M. V. M., has its armory  und where the Uingham Agricultural  society holds Its deliberations.  The hall has the distinction of having three iimnes^-Uingham town hall,  the armory and agricultural hall. If it  Is a public performance or town meeting, then the notices read, "At the  town hall;" if it is a rose and strawberry show,or an agricultural meeting, then tHey read, "At agricultural  hall." and if Company K is drilling or  cutertniniug its friends the-invitations  shy, "At'the armory." No other hall  in Plymouth county has so many of-  fk'lal titles.���������Boston Herald.  How This Strange Drug Is Prepared  For Consumption.  Consul Edward T. Nathan of Patris"  Greece, writes about the Greek preparation and exportation of hasheesh:  "Hasheesh, that strange drug which  has given our language its word 'assassin'���������a man so frenzied by the  drug that he accomplishes murder-  is used by the Persian; Turk and  Egyptians in a manner akin to the  use" of-opium by the Chinese. It is  the product of a n'.ant grown in large  quantities in the Peloponnesus (southern Greece), in the district about  Tripolitza. The plant- grows to -a  height of about four feet, and its  branches are thickly covered with  small leaves and studded with tiny  seeds.  "The entire plant, stalk and  branches, is cut within a few inches  of the root and laid out in the sun  to dry. The branches'are then rubbed to separate the seeds, and these'  in turn are ground into a fine "powder, which constitutes the drug. The  druE has the power of inducing sleep'  and producing pleasant and fantastic- dreams. .' Continued use of hasheesh renders its devotees wild and  reckless and results in a complete  wreck- of their mental and. physical  constitution.  "For this reason the Egyptian Government has prohibited the importation of the drug and recently entered into a convention with Greece  to prevent its exportation from there  to Egypt, where the consumers of  hasheesh are very numerous. The  drug is practically never, used in  Greece, but is now exported to the  various ports in England, Austria,  France and Italy, and from there  much, no doubt, ultimately finds its  way to Egypt."  The Charlemagne Rose Tree.  The most venerable rose tree in existence is said to bloom against tha  ancient church of Hildesheim in  Germany. Notwithstanding th*j many  parties which at different times have  been in the ascendency, they all  seem to have respected and tended  the rose tree, which, it is said,' was  planted by Charlemagne.    The trunk  What a Well Known German Periodical  Has to Say.  Wissen fur Alle, a well known German periodical, has recently been  discussing a few facts about colds,  and perhaps some of us who are afflicted with the uncomfortable summer  shneezing and blowing may be a bit interested In part of the,artlcle7  "Many people may  bo surprised to  hear that even In this world Jhere aro  places where it is Impossible" to catch  cold.' There aro facts, however," which  bear this put.   Explorers in the arctic  . regions never catch cold.   Their clothes  are often -saturated with perspiration  through  thoir struggles  over  the ice  and are a mass of ice when,they retire  .'for the night,' aud yet despite the fact  the.v  often  have to sleep out in  the  opeii'.Ju their sleeping bag and that  this  is  their only  means  of thawing  themselves 'out their health 'does not  suffer in the least   Indeed, it has been  declared that most explorers are physically the better off for their sojourn In  the northern regions.  "Then there is the classical Instance  of the St. Kilda cold. On that rocky,  lonely island, lying some forty miles  beyond the western Hebrides, there  are about a hundred inhabitants who  manage by' cultivating a little of the  ground' -ind by catching sea fowl to  keep themselves alive. The coast is so  preclpilous and tho seas so stormy that  for eight mouths out of tho twelve  they aro practically Inaccessible.' Oddly, whenever a steamer touches at this  Island all the Inhabitants, including  the very -i-rfants, are seized ��������� with 'a  cold." -������,  The German periodical puts down  the readiness of the man in the temperate zone to take cold to tho coddling habit which "fears exposure, resulting in a delicato'eoiistitution, more  ready to suffer at the slightest change  of temperature. It sums up by saying: "Exposure is not the direct cause  of colds. It only acts on a lowered vitality. The only safeguard is continued exposure." '\  Children! Do you want  a Painting Book?  It's Free.  Ask your mother to send us  her name and address and  we'll send you one of these  splendid Painting" Books with  the colors all ready to use.  We'll also send a quarter-  pound package of Celluloid'  Starch for your mother to try  next ironing* day.'  Never Sticks.  Requires r\o Cooking .  Tho Bmntforcl starch Works, Limited, lirantfor*. Canada.  A Card Collection.  A remarkable collection of nearly  six hundred packs of playing cards of  all ages and all nations has been presented to the Company of Makers of  Playing Cards of England. The collection ' includes English cards illustrating proverbs, heraldry, fortune-  telling and items of topical interest.  The-Indian ones are the most interesting in the collection. Cut' from  what is presumably deerhide, the forty skin cards used by the Sioux Indian for the Mexican game of monte  are wierdly attractive. The-pack contains four suits ��������� butterflies, fish,  sticks and annular ornaments. For  the game of gunjfa, the Hiridu made  .use of 120 circular cards, hand-painted and lacquered.    .  Infant   Terrible    (watching   Uncle  Jack's fiancee dressing    her    hair)���������  A GOOD  TENANT.  A   Mild   Compliment.  Bobbie��������� That Mrs.  Cnstleton said  something .nice about you.  Mis. Von Blummer (purring)���������What  was  it,  Bobbie':- - ^  Bobbie���������She said you didn't, show  your age.���������Life.  Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities in the blood come  from defects in the action of the liver.  They are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on the skin. They  must be treated inwardly, and for  this purpose there is no more .effective compound to be used than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They act  directly on -the liver and by setting  up healthy processes have a beneficial effect upon the blood, so that impurities are eliminated  How queerly you do your hair!  ' "How so?"  "Why, Aunt Jane pins hers to her  lap, mummie holds hers in her teef,  but you leave, yours sticking to your  head."���������Life.  Faultless in Preparation.��������� Unlike  any other stomach 'regulator, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are tho result "f  long study of vegetable compounds  calculated to stimulate the stomachic  functions and maintain them at the  normal condition. Years of use have  proved their faultless character and-  established their excellent reputation.  And this reputation they have maintained for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills must always  stand at the head of the list of stand  ard preparations.  "Willie, did you push sister over?"  "No,  ma'am; we're  playing "street  car an' she's getting off like you always do."���������Houston Post.  "HOODOO"  LUNCHEON.  It Should Be Held on the Thirteenth of  the Month. " -  There "are  few. forms of entertainment which afford as much amusement  ns is furnished by a "hoodoo" party.  The parly should bo held on the 13th  of the month unless sit is absolutely  impossible. Invite'thirteen girls'for  your luncheon. The invitations may  have the picture of a witch in one corner, and seal the euvclopc with a four  leaf clover cut out'of green paper.  Use table mats in tho shape of four  leaf clovers cut from green . sflk or  silkaline and make a centerpiece tlie  same. In the center of the table on the  ���������rreen centerpiece place a black silk  cat, such as may be bought In any toy  shop.  Charming candle shades may be  , made at home easily and inexpensively. From nursery books cut pictures  t>t witches "on broomsticks and either  paste or trace them on white paper.  If colored black they will loom up distinctly when the candles arc lighted.  Each name card may be made different. One might be a wriggly snake,  [mother a horseshoe, another a broom,  a fourth an owl and many other things  which represent seme hoodoo. A cake  In which have been baked different articles which suggest various 'superstitions, such as a ring, a silver coin, a  thimble, a button and a china'hare,  would afford a.great deal of fun.  A rabbit's foot mounted in silver and  a brooch in the form of a horseshoe  would make appropriate prizes if  games or cards are'played.  Mrs. Nuritch���������I told Widow Downes  lo send her boy to you and you'd  give him a position���������  Mr.   Nuritch���������Well,   I   didn't  give  him no position;    He  came with  a  note from her,  an' she said in the  note:    "I must find employment for  my boy, even if he works for a mere  pittance."   -The nerve of her callin'  me  a mere pittance!��������� Philadelphia  Press.        \   V  The best of Ceylon is in her teas.  Nowhere else do they grow to such  perfection. The best of Ceylon's teas  are in "Salada." 40  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Nell���������Mrs. Buggins lias a naturally  bad temper, and her husband aggravates it so.  Belle���������Why, he seems a most peaceable  sort of person.  Nell���������That's just it. It makes her  mad to think that he won't get mad  at her.���������Philadelphia Record.  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS.  Dealer���������Let me sell you some of our  new patent bait, sir.  Fisherman���������Is it effective?  Dealer��������� Effective! Why, 1,sold a  man some of it last week and'he got  turned out of church for telling the  truth about the- fish he caught. ���������  Cleveland   Loader.  Your druggist, grocer, or general  storekeeper will supply you with Wilson's Fly Pads, and you cannot afford  to be without them. Avoid unsatisfactory substitutes.  He���������Would your,mother object to  my kissing you?  She���������My mother! Why, she would  not hear of such a thing!��������� Boston  Transcript.  An Oil That is Famous.���������Though  Canada wns not-the birthplace of Dr  Thomas' Electric Oil, it ia; the home  of that famous compound.; From here  its good name was'spread to Central  and South America, the West Indies,  Australia and New Zealand. That i:-  fnr afield enough to attest its excellence, for in all these countries it is  en sale and in demand.  ^A medicine that will keep children  well is a great boon to every mother.  This is just what Baby's Own Tablets  do.   An occasional close keeps the little  stomach  and  bowels  right,   and  prevents sickness.      During the hot  weather    months    stomach    troubles  speedily  turn  to fatal  diarrhoea  or  cholera infantum and if a medicine  like  Baby's   Own  Tablets   is  not  at  hand the child may die in a few hours.  The wise mother will always keep a  box of Tablets in the house and give  them to her children occasionally to  clear out the stomach and bowels and  keep them well.   Don't wait until the  child  is sick���������the delay may cost a  precious little life.    Get the" Tablets  now and you may feel reasonabl-y_safe.  Every mother who uses these Tablets  nraises them and that is the best evidence that there is no other medicine  for children so good.   And the mother  has  the  guarantee  of  a  government  analyst that the Tablets  contain no  opiate or harmful drug.   Dealers sell  the Tablets at 25 cents a box or you  can get them by mail from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co.,    Brockville,  Ont. --    .  Never Stick. Nails In the Wall or  Strike Matches on Woodwork.  If you rent tho house in which yoi'  live, see that you are a good tenant  Thus j'ou will hot have to waste breath  railing at your landlord.      ''   -  The good tenant "is as careful of  others' property as if [It.were her own.  She takes pulde In 'preserving the  freshness of the paint aud wall paper.  Sho does not stick nails In the walls or  strike matches on the woodwork.  She sees to it that, none of'the drains  become clogged from neglect and if  there is a leak either has it repaired at  once or notifies the > landlord of the  trouble.  She won't allow the children to skate  on polished floors or scratch the,window glass for amusement just because  the house is rented.  Explosives such as gasoline, ,0031 oil  and other things that make fire probable arenas carefully watched as If tho  house were her, own.  Sho will, not make exorbitant demands for things that are more or les3  in the lino of luxuries.  On the other hand, she will insist  firmly but agreeably on the landlord's  making ail necessary repairs. If ho  -prove obdurate or shortsighted about  keeping his house In livable condition,  she will not quarrel with him or talk  about his stinginess to every one who  will listen, but will quietly hunt another house.  ' She won't allow the yard to look unkempt just because she is a renter who  may move out in a year or two. If she  Is not unselfish enough to leave flowers for the next tenant, there are always annuals to be planted whoso  beauty is short lived enough to suit  even a chronic mover.,  She will not plant vines on a house  without consulting the landlord. Some  men have the* bad taste to disapprove  of them and think growing plants injure the walls. They don't But it is  the owner's opinion: also it is his  house, and boih should be respected.  When any but trifling'changes ai;e to  be mado by the tenant, consult the  landlord first. One woman not long"  ago preferred white paint in her dining room and without asking the own-  . er of the house put four or five coats  of paint over fine old mahogany woodwork.  Remember, too, that In most cities  permanent repairs belong to the landlord, no matter who pays for them,  and cannot be removed on leaving  without his consent.  ,  . .If you  should ask prize;  Butter-Makers wHat'"  salt they use ���������; they  would say, "Windsor."  For Windsor is the choice  of Canadian dairymen  .everywhere.'  Ask ���������  your grocer. "' \  164  Bird Slaughter. ���������  It is estimated 4ha-t to supply the  plumage for ladies' hats and other decorations demands the slaughter yearly  of  three  hundred  million   birds.  Paris milliners receive annually about  foity thousand sea gulls.    Last year  a London house, so we learn from a  Paris newspaper,  supplied  thirty-two  thousand humming birds and eighty  thousand sea birds of various speces.  Nothing need be said ns -to tho loss  to  agriculture   by  the  indiscriminnto  destruction of birds and in'some countries  certain species  have  ceased  to  exist.   Among them are. included tlie  Labrador duck, tho Auckland rail, the .  Reunion  starling,   and  the  bullfinch  of the Azores.   For some reason, pos- '  sibly to preserve  tho beauty of tlie ,'  feathers,  they are, we aro told, -frequently  plucked  from  live    birds.���������  London Globe.  Stanfield's Underwear  ��������� comes in three weights  for winter wear.  ���������t.  NEEDLEWORK NOTES.  Write With Both Hands.  Sir Edwin Arnold once stated that  Dne of tho many evidences of Japanese  common sense is the custom of teaching children to write with* either or  both hands. Charles Reade, through arguments in his writings, converted  many persons to become ambidextrous,  and it is a gift or an acquisition greatly to be desired by those who wield a  pen. To'be able to change tho pen  .... ,   ,   .       from one hand to the other nt the first  is now almost as big .as a man a body. ! premonition of weariness would relieve  There are five principal limbs .train- u -<-'"-vt-  "Do you consider that Louise falls  in love easily?"  "Well, as a rule she succumbs after  about a hundred dollars' worth of  theatre tickets."���������Life.  A well-known English Bishop some  time since lost his third wife. A  clergyman *"������������������- had known the first  wife returned from Africa and wanted  to see the grave. He called at the  cathedral and saw the verger.  "Can you tell me where the Bishop's wife is buried?"  "Well, sir," replied the verger, "J  don't know for certain, but he mostly  buries 'em at Brompton."���������Cleveland  Leader.  You Can Test  the tlidn&ys  ed against the church, the tree being  protected by iron railings inclosing  an area of about twenty-six square  feet. The rude German soldiers in  early ages tended the tree, Catholics  and Protestants, in turn masters uf  the town, drained the ground, the  Boldiers of Turcnne fastened up the  branches with clamps, and those of  Napoleon, a century and a half later,  erected the railings.  .-*���������������''  Then let Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney.  Liver Pills prove their power to cure.  Let urine stand for kvcnly-four  hour's and if at the end of that time  thero aro deposits of a brick dust  variety, or if the water becomes smoky  and cloudy, you may be suro tho kid-  *    uoys are deranged.  Another very marked symptom of  kidney disease is pain in the small  of the back. ���������  Tho letter quoted below tells how  these symptoms were overcome and  kidney diseas* cured by Dr. A. W.  Chase's Kidn-y-Livor Pills. Because-  of their direct and combined action  on both liver and bowels those pills  curo tho most complicated cases.  Capt. W. Smith, a veteran, of the  Crimean war,'-, living at Revelstoke,  B.C., writes:���������"I can testify that for  years I was a sufferer from chronio  kidney diseaso, which, was tho verdict  after the doctor examined mo and  analyzed my urine.- As hi- rredicino  did' mo no good I bought a box of  Dr. Ohaso's Kidney-Liver Pills and  was benefitted so much that I kept  on taking them until I can say thar  I am porfectly cured, which the doctor certifies."  One pill a dose, 25 cents a box.   At  nil dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  /^Toronto.  Dreams and Nightmares.  Many of our commonest dreams are  occasioned by bodily conditions or  surroundings. Loosened sheets at  the foot of the bed on a cold night  soon deposit a sleeper's feet in river  or Bnow banks, just as a second helping at dinner or n tendency to lie on  one's barffc in bed really conjures up  whole legions ol spooks. Certain  evidence on this point was collected  in Dr. G. Stanley Hall's psychological laboratory at Clark University  from person.ii testimony. From this  it would appear that children prefer  animals for their nightmares," whereas  adults incline toward burglars,, jailers  and the like.  many a weary hour and perhaps prevent writers* cramp. Thomas Jefferson  while   American   minister  to  France  broke his right wrist, but with little  trouble learned to write with his left  hand. That was before the days of the  typewriter, and without the use of both  hands it would have been impossible  later for Jefferson to carry; on his voluminous correspondence, 'instead of  wasting time and  patience trying to  break  a  naturally  left hauded  child  from using the pen in that hand, would  it not be* better to teach him to uso  both   hands  equally  well?   An   adult  whose muscles are no longer supple cau  learn to write with the left hand in  one -week, and in one year the handwriting of one hand will bo as good as  that of the other.  Remarkably Quick Recovery.  St James, Man.���������Mr. John Stoney,  68 years of age, was operated upon  for tumor last week by Dr. F. W. E.  Burnham, of Winnipeg, and is al-  tcady completely recoveied, which is  remarkable for a man of his age.  "Mamma, may I go over with Freddie-in his yard?"  "No, my son; you and Freddie stav  ui( our yard and play."  "But there's more fun in his vard,  mrmma; we've tramped down all of  our flowers."���������Yonkers Statesman.  Dr. Jackson, former Health Officer  of New York City, says in his report  to Governor Hughes, that house flies  are the cause of five thousand deaths  annually in that city from typhoid  fever and other intestinal diseases.  Wilson's Fly Pads kill all the flies  and the disease germs too.  He (in despair)���������How shall I ever  make an impression upon you?   You  have a heart of adamant.  '   She (coyly)���������You might try a diamond.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Dandruff.  St. Isidore, P. .Q, Aug, 1004,  Minard's  Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have frequently used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also, prescribe it for by patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it tho best all-round Liniment  extant.  Mother���������Just run upstairs, Tommy,  nnd fetch baby's nightgown.  Tommy���������Don't want to.  Mother���������O, well, if you're going to  be unkind to your new little sister,  she'll put on her wings and fly back  again to heaven.  Tommy���������Then let her put on her  wings and fetch her nightgown.���������  Punch.  Cusnions or doilies can be embroidered with loops of linen braid stitched  with white floss to the cover. Dahlias  are very handsome mado in this style;  also full roses nnd chrysanthemums.  The narrower braid is used for daisies  nnd slender petal (lowers.  Tho latest corset covers are cut exactly to the.shape of the stays, so that  the linos of the tight princess gowns  will not be altered by superfluous fullness. The most elaborate of these covers are fashioned of soft silk and ,lace,  with shoulder straps of lace edged ribbon. Just as dainty, however, nre  (hose made of fine nainsook, with crisp  Valenciennes insertion and embroidered  shoulder bands.  A fancy little sowing apron lately  struck the keynote of newness, while  it could be easily copied by the clever  fingers of any one so .inclined. It was  mado of n fine scrim in a deep cream  shade, and the lower end was turned  up about four inches for a pocket in  which to slip fancy work and accessories. An inch "wide hem at the top of  this pocket and another at the top of  the apron were run with leaf green  ribbons and tied at the ends in soft  rosettes. The pocket that extended  across the apron and two tiny "hand"  pockets above were decorated with  brilliant cretonne roses and a leaf or  two and appliqued to the material by  buttonholing in green embroidery silk,  And you   can get Just-  the weight you want by  looking . for   the label  on   every   genuine  Stanfield garment.  A  Red label���������light weight  Blue label���������medium weight  Black label���������heavy weight  Your  dealer   will  likely   nave  all weights.    If-not, he can  get them for-you.  STANFIEIDS  UMTED,  TRURO,  HEALTH  AND  BEAUTY.  S  Sunday School Philosophy.  A Sunday school-teacher had instructed her class that each child  shouloL repeat a verse of Scripture  whon "he offering was made. The  plato, containing many pennies, had  gone down the line when the child  next the Inst said, "The Lord lovcth  a cheerful giver," depositing a nickel  Either tho verses had given out 01  the child at the end of tho bench vvat  ovorcomc nt hoi 'neighbor's ���������gnm-roi,  ity, for sho mud, "A ' fool, and -*itii  monoy arp fhnnn  pni'-ii'*'  The Reason.  Biicker-Why does the preacher nd������  ���������dress his congregation as "Beloved?"  * Knlcker-Becauso "he glveth his bo-  loved sleep."-Clevclnnd Leader.  Kidney-  Slightly Twisted.  When" a woman gots her wires crossed.  Much to a man's surprise,  Sho's apt to have tears In nor volco  4s woll ns speaking cyos.  ���������Dotrolt Trlbun*  At the Concert.  He���������That girl certainly hns nn ad-  nilrnble voice.  She���������Yes,   for  destroying  silence.-*  For the Woman Who Travels.  One of tho most useful garments for  tho woman traveler by sea or .hor sister who must take a sleeper for a hind  journey is a black-china silk negligee.  Let it be cut with ample fullness both  back and front full length to the floor,  open In front and finished with n sailor  collar.   A dressy touch may be given  by edging the collar and sleeves with  Inco and jnboting Ineo down cither side  of the front.    Fasten the front with  ribbon   bows   at   Intervals   of   eight  inches.   The garment takes but small  compass, does not show the effect of  close packing and may bo substituted  Jfor tho bulky Imtli robe on shipboard  'or In  the sleeper.    Those  who  have  .been (he fortunate possessors of such  'nn acquisition lo the wardrobe ennnot  speak ontliiislnstlcnlly enough of the  comfort (-nmiM-r from'Its use  In Case of a Fall.  Not enough attention Is pnld to tho  falls of children. Mothers get so used  to children tumbling nround that they  take it quite lightly unless bones nre  broken.  It should bo remembered that injuries to tho soft bones of n child may-  do pcrrannont harm, especially if thero  bo n hond hurt.  Keep the child quiet for n time who  hns had rt bnd fall, hntlio tho part freely with some soothing lotion, nnd if  there seems to'be trouble tliut does not  yield to simple homo remedies send  for n doctor tit once.  FALL CLOTHING.  A despatch just received from London, England, announces the departure from Liverpool of Mr. J. H.  Greene, travelling representative <-f  the World's Great Clothing House of  Curzon Bros., London, England. Mr.  Greene will commence his business  tour at Victoria, B.C., Aug. 29th, and  continue eastward visiting various cities hereafter to be announced. Mr.  Greene carries with him a full series  of the latest designs in suitings, overcoatings and trouserings and is authorized to take measurements and orders for all sorts of men's clothing,  Take no substitutes for Wilson's Fly which will be sent by mail from  Pads.   No other fly killer compares Messrs. ��������� Clinton's warehouse in Lon-  Shc���������Sir, I understand you said I  had hard features.  He (suavely)��������� I plead guilty to  saying you had a marble brow, arched eyebrows, eyes like diamonds and  lips like rubies.���������Chicago Journal.  with them.  An Irishman entered a country inn  and called for a glass of tho best Irish  whiskey. After being supplied lie  drank it, and was about to walk out,  when tho following conversation took  pliTce:  Landlord���������Hero, sir, yon haven't  paid for that whiskey you ordered.  Irishman���������What's that you say?  Landlord��������� T said you hadn't paid  for Hint whiskey you ordered.  'Irishman���������Did you pay for it?  Landlord���������Of course I did.  Irishmnn���������Well then, what's the  good of both of us paying for it?���������  Tit-Bits.  don, England, direct to the purchaser. Our readers are familiar with  tho attractive advertisements of  Messrs. Curzon Bros, appearing in  our columns.  pmmmBmmm  Men should  look for this  Tag on  Chewing  Tobacco. It  guaranteesthehigh quality of  Black WaSeh  Tfae Big Black Ping.  2272  $  ���������*"* English Musical Taste.  , The London En-uing News In order  to determine" the musical taste of tic  English people asked Its readers to  name the musical compositions the performance of which gave them the most  plensure. The answers showed these  to ho the most popular in tho order  named: The overture to "Tannhauser,"  the overture to "William Tell," Tschal-  kowski's "1.S12," Grieg's "Peer Gynt  Suite," Thomas' '"Mi-ruon Gavotte,','  "The Mikado," Mendelssohn's "Midsummer Night's l>i-nni "  Why Ouida Wrote.  An  English  physician  who had an'  Interview with Ouida a week before  her death suggested to her that the'  thought of nil the plcnsuro which ber  books   hns  given   to so   many   thou-'  snnds of renders must bo exceedingly'  comforting   to   her   in    her   Illness.  Ouida  replied: "I neither nppreciato  now nor Indeed hnve ever nppreclntorl  tho npplnuso of the public.   My solo  motive for writing hns nlwnys been  the   pleasure   of   seeing   myself   In  orbit." ��������� f  Very often the irritation in the throat  can be relieved by taking tho juice of a  lemon.  A piece of chiffon or veiling twisted  Is a much better rat for a pompadour  than one made of hair.  -Turpentine applied to a bruise will  quickly relieve pain. Applications of  hot witch hazel are also excellent.  An excellent remedy for bruises Is a  mixture made of equal parts camphor,  alcohol, water and ammonia.  A simple remedy to cure a wart is to  bathe it several times every day with  a strong solution of bicarbonate of  soda.  As spriug approaches rhubarb should  be eaten at least once a day, as it  tends to keep tho system In good working order.  . Never nrrange your hnlr without a  hand glass. Hemcmber that the side  nnd buck view of a coiffure is as important ns tho front  Scenting the hair, which so many  people affect nowadays, must bo looked  upon as a delicate art In Itself, nnd  only with experience can the happy  uienn bo defined, most amateurs committing the fatal error of overdoing it.  ���������.'Avoiding greasy food nnd wiping  jver'this skin with nn astringent dally  will do much to shrink largo pores,  it would not lie n bad thing to scrub  vour face twice a week nt night, using  1 complexion brush and liquid green  ?oap. Afterward massago with .-.stringent lotiou.  SPECIAL   TO    GRAIN    SHIPPERS.  It lakes yeais to learn tlie best methods of handling grain. We have had  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this country, have a branch  oflice at Fort William and close business connection at all grain centres.  Ship your grain through us for prompt  returns and good services. References,  Union Bank of Canada.  Manitoba Commission Co.,  Grain   Exchange,   Winnipeg,   Man.  .THICK, SWOLLEN GLANDS  Hint make ahorse Wheeze,  have Thick Wind, or Choice-  down, can bo removed with  Mere innn stands ever opeu mouthed  before the in-'ster** of woman's dress.  He may wonder, hut when he hns  learned wisdom ho wonders In silence.  Now nnd ngain 11 rnsli mnlo mnkes a  remark upon this subject nDd Is duly  Ir-mnlalnii. ��������� . ������  E 10 by Him.  Mrs. Tntum Mr. tarts  And suspected Master Tatum;  Aslccil him what ho took 'ora 4.  Frankly he replied, "I 8 'em."  -Catholic Standard and Times.  So He Heard.  "He says he hnsu't paid a cent for  repairs to his nuto."  "So n bill collector told mo."���������Smart  8ot.  By a Cynic.  Fatr womnn's mind Is over clean.  Whichever way sho ranges It,  Which Is but nntural. 1 ween,  For b.'iu bo olit-ii I'.hnuicoa It- .-  or anr Hunch or Swelling  eat-sea by strain or 1iuJj-.ui-  niatlon. No bll-ter. no  hnlr Cone, and horse kept  atwork.         *-- '-  llvered.  AI1SO  |2.Mpprbpttlo,tle-  i   00k J-0 free  BtNI?, JR., for mankind.  81.00,  Ilveroil.    Curo-   Ooltre, Tumors,. Vnrlcoae Vclni,  Uydroceie, Varicocele.  Hook free  Mnlo only by  % F. Y0UN8, P.O.F,137Monrnotnli St., Springfield, His*  LYMAN SONS & CO., Montreal, Canadian Agents.  Alio furntlhid by Martin Salt A Wynnt Co., Wlnnlptg,  Tho national Drug A Chtmhal Co., Wlnnlptg and Calgarg,  and HondorzonBrtt������Co.Ud..Vanoouo*r.   ...  '"-*" lfHliimiVJi AM "I M 'I J* I  ALLING   SICKNESS,  FIti, Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dsnee, .  Nervous Troubles, Eto., positively I  enrod by LIEBIG'S TIT CURE.  Pre������ trial  bottle sent free on application.   Write |  tho LIEBIO CO., Dioobe St., Toronto.  *i*'jr.,r.-������,i������^lf.j'ir-i7..;,jiJJLurifj,,aj-aaB  W.   N.   U.    No.   705. :5"i������^3SirWw*'^**S^  \   -       ,*  THE    LEDGE,     GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  'i  dWN-URANTED MINERAL RLAIMS FOR DELINQUENT  TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.  1 ni'-KKHY OT.VL' NOTICE that on .Monday, the 2nd day of November. A. D. 1908, at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at  i!n' Court lion---, in tho City of Rossland, I shall offer for sale at public auction the Crown-granted mineral claims hereinafter  .--.-���������-out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the (kliiiqiu-iil taxes unpaid by said persons ou the 30th day of June,  npS, -.Hid for costs and espouses, includiiie;'lhc costs of advertising said sale,- if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  GREENWOOD   MINING DIVISION.  OWN I'.it.  NAM1-: 01' CLAIM.  I'DM'iihaupl, Sidney   Ro���������i<ni'...tipt, Sidney     "\lii.nlv, John A.           .Widen, (>. K., .e.id Canllicld, [. J.   IIo! nook.   1).   A.,   Olivci,  l\ II.,  and )_  Dun -liLTty. Mary C,  )"  ,ii.-ieliin. Hi in v T   k.t'.ic, Mieh.-el II., Nelson, J. W., Trice, ���������  .\*.  T.,   I\,m,   Hum,   .ui(l   .Mo:fisoii  ���������  f.av.- . ii.-.- :*."       ) ���������  .vl.iciiiii, I ii 111 v T     Bristol   Kin in v Charles JHulldoj-;    Kiiir.ev. Cli.irlis ,'Unll i'ntj I'mcliuii..  ! >(i;i;i>iiitn C'-.pper Co,, I,id C. U. II     C'o-.ubiii.itinu M. nm!  M. Co .'Combinatioii   l.hi.l. A. T.; lleii, Cliarl'-s X.; McKcu-.. I  Arcadia...  Astoria...  'I'iilliuiorc,  jUnrbar.i . .  , Kee -,. .  I'engal .. .  I  Hluejay.,-.,  LOT NO.  Kenneth; luiHer li   V,; Snyder, /  nlinjl II., ami  chliilu of A. f  Coronation  ,.. .Copparopolis .'  ,. . ICrown Silver   ijl-.lkhoni   ,.. j Enterprise   .. .[Eureka Fraction....  [First Chance   ,.  (Florence Fraction...  . ..jGolilUiuc   ;'.. :.!.:  I ci t;n-  Uiler. O   ! Mnu:.'><��������������� Copper Co., I,id.   l'.oiiiid-irylvlk'i.-.rn-M. Co., lAd., X. V.  .Mae^i.'ii/.ie, Win., and Sutherland, II.  *vi;,Uh'. nvs, John   I.o'ilier. '.. ,:i      Iioiiiiui'iii (' spjK-r Co., Ltd   Cold liiu Mi.'iiin.' Co., 1,1(1   W-llimi.:   V.. R.; Cameron, I). A., and | |Q ,d     E  .vfann. P, P j 1 a  S.iiiMiiii. <���������'.. \V. II., and Madden M. I'...  I hi:-*, J. C.,'a-id .McNicoI, Jas   .V-lli'-U. G.  R   .M-iier. C.e'   Sii 'kaMc-i'-i'iiiiiUirv ilinhu,' Co   Mi.ev, W., and !..ivv. \V. M   Mcn-isou   Mines,   I Ad.,   Crane,  (.'. T., /  *tiiis Fr.i-.cr. J. S. C :. )"  Xorti--, \V. 1!., ,md I'.eckvvill:, Jas    Ileiii imaii, S;i-.'i!C"r,andClougli. EininaT,,  Ri-aO'ihaupl. 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Fraction  jStandard   jSicuiwinder...  lS\camore   3135  .2391  817  SS6  2395  13S7  '2,-76  3256  '3<Mi  92S  i-l3S  33������55  1852  7S9  S18  617  3239  i-i-KS)  1470  S90  921  S20  1SS7  1S92  1393  733  1406  1717  2653  152s  2570  65-1  1S50  69. s  3'5������ .  1535  832  982  5SS'  1578  taxes  r>ui*  $ 5 50  12 75  II 25  7 25  11 25  13 00  12 50  10 25  8 00  it 75  12 50  13 ('0  7 75  COSTS.  vi  /o  4 75  12  00  4  00  7  50  it  25  1  25  10  00  2  75  10  00  '3  00  12  5������  11  5������  11  75  12  75  11  50  11  25  13  00  12  75  ���������8  75  13  00  9 50  13  00  10  75  10  00  2  00  3  5������  11  5������  }>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  TOTAL  ���������f 7 5"  14 75  ���������3 25  9 25  '3 25  15 00  14 5������  12 25  10 00  '3 75  14 50  15 00  9 75  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B. C , and the price is J* a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To tlie United Stales and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  f:\50ayear. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD  B. C, OCT. 22, 1908.  reeling the affairs of a country  thero can be but one ending, ruin  and disgrace. All good men should  try and Save Canada from being  scuttled or driven on the rocks by  a band of politicians so greedy for  niaterh'l things that honor has become a lost virtue with them.'  A. blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   baa  become   deceased,   and  that bho editor   would  once more like, to commune with"  your collateral.  Tiik majority of  men cannot see  any farther than their pocket.  2  00  2  00  2  00  2  00  0  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  5  75  6  75  '4  00  6  00  9  50  '3  25  3  25  12  00  4  75  12.  00  Wouk   is   scarce    in   England.  Must be a paradise for hobos.  13 50  13 25  15 00  14 75  10 75  15 00  11 50  15 00  12 75  12 00  4 00  5 50  13 5������  iJ^sliind, li. ('., October-Uh, I90S.  J. KIRK UP, Collector.  V-5. **a '���������  '^'���������^''^^���������������iV-.V'^^^e-^-ty^  &   \-4   v*i    fey t% y ?&. 9 ^    W Tia  ���������N m sP  (113   lii'i   iid  IN TJIE WINDSOR HOTEL.  Even thing is of the best at this cafe, as we Lead while others  Follow. It mako-3 no difference what you order���������steaks, chops,  *"? oggf", bacon, hum. cutlets', chicken, etc., we have the high grade  \ goods. Xo shut-down, and no key to the door. Just the place  ���������j to car, at any hour of the day or night. ".Drop in and introduce  p tin.-in ner inan to our gaftronoinieal delicacies.  i Reward illoorc, Proprietor.    ^  o*v^^-Q^a/^**s^/^/vs^^''a^^^^fc^'^i/vv^ ^<ii.-*^ff  Is tho best furnished hotel in the boundary  district. 1c is lieated ' with steam and  iiii'lucd by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  ar any hour, day or night.  McClung &  Qoodeve,   Propr's.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard' Cigars.  Made by  3. 0. ZMm ������ ���������0., nelson  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C., has .1 line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mono-  tain town 01 the Great West. - A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.  Tiii'i*.** is an epidemic of rabies  in America and all dogs should bo  muzzled,  The unwritten history of a majority of politicians could be put iu  a short paragraph.  Ttmo lack of political honor in  Austria will have a tendency to  make all Europe increase its navy  and army.   .  Tiik rails have been laid between Chesaw and Myncaster, but  the V., V. & E. has not yet reached  Greenwood.  Thu Socialists tell us that capital has been on a spree for a long  time and that it cannot sober up  without djing.  A wealthy Americau has bought,  a clock in Europe for SlOO,OOO.f'  As time ie money he wants some  thing that will keep it.  W. J. BujsuEiiL,' who has kept  a grocery store in Fernie for several years,, has half a dozen copies  of 'old  London  newspaper's, ranging "in  age' from the days of the  Spanish Armada down  to  Waterloo.    The old  relics were in the  safe when Fernie was wiped out by  lire this summer, but  escaped  injury.    Mr..  Blundell  has   refused  825,000 for these old papers, as he*  thinks they will bring  more.    We  would advise him to keep, them in  a less fiery place  ithan  Fernie. No  doubt in  500 years  Greenwood',.*-  leading  excitement "will  be worth  thousands, as people of  the future  will  prize   ancient relics just as  much as we do today.    Here is an  -excellent    opportunity    to    make  somebody   rich   by   buying   large  quantities of libis paper every issue  and storing them away for  coming  generations  to   ponder ���������over   nnd  wonder   how  a   paper  could   live  with so'few ads in its column.-;.  In Phoenix D. J. Matheson has  the agency for nearly all the best  life, /ire and .accident insurance  companies. lie' also insures plate  glass, and if you are looking for  insurance drop him a line with  particulars of what you want.  In one night last week there  were seven illegal hold-ups in  Fernie. . <     -  ,  Wlddowson, .Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  The Kootenay. Cigar Co.^of Nelson have in the Royal" Seal~a-cigar  that is'known and smoked between  tlie. wheat country and the- blue  Paci fie.  The Grand Trunk  Pacific  will  build a branch line to Victoria.  General Merchants; Midway-.B.,C.  -Hay and Grain always  ���������on .hand-   Sleighs'. and ,  Wagons and.Implements  of all .kinds carried .in. -.  .stock. '-The very,''best  at right .prices.-'   ���������  goods  -NEIySON, b. c.  . WHOLESALE  ���������.'-DEaXERS.IN''  Expert watch repairing, jewelry  repairing, manufacturing, etc.  Gold-and silver plating a specialty.  E. A. Black, the jeweler, Phoenix.  There is an epidemic of typhoid  in  Reginu.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the ICootenay  Ularble Work*., Kelson, 13. C.       *  At a political meeting in Ottawa  last week a man dropped dead from  heart failure. This  not to get excited over politics.  Sicixs of a great war are in sight,  and we predict that when it comes  it- will wind up by America and  rhigbind having to fight the.world.  The successful sale of fruit lands  ab Creston is an indication'that the  people know a good country, when  they see it, and are anxious to get-  back to the laud.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. O.  Is  a  comfortable  home  for all  who travel lo that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   /British \ Columbia.  HEMHY   STEGE.   PROPB.  WM. WALLACE  I  WINNIPEG AVE., GRAND FORKS  ^l!lli;i.lllll!lillllllllllllll|i||lllllllllllllll!lllllllllll|l|ll!lllillllllll!lllllll'|/-^  I H. BUNTING 1  I CONTRACTOR !  I ESTATES 1  1 CIVEH. I  g Dealer in all kinds of Hough  |  I and  Dressed  Lumber,   Win- 1  I (lows, Doors, Shingles*. Iiriclc,  I  I Cement, etc. i  I Shop Phone, (jy.  I Lumber Yard Phone, 20  %'X  The Ct-eentuood Branch  MelsoR  Iron Werks  Is now prepared to inaku  all kinds of Iron, Brass or  Copper Castings. First-  class    work    guaranteed.  Geo. JVT. Holt,   manager.  It is conceded now by those who  have studied closely the political  situation that the Liberals may  win one seat-in B. C. at the approaching election.  A jia.v in Missouri got three years  in jail for haying four wives. He  claimed that his memory was defective and that he could not tell  when he was-married.  J. R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Kaslo, B. C.  Clothing made in tho Latest  Sty lo and at Prices in Harmony  wiih reason. ��������� Suits sent to any  part of the country. Drop a postal  for further information.  HI'N'KW,'!, OF HOTEL LICENSE.  Taki: Noti'-k flint I, Iloi'tli.-t0, Tlinmet. of  MMvvitv, II- 0.. inti.-inl njitilyln-,' lo Him ttu-itirlu-  fmiili'iil nt t'riivlnci'il foiii!*',at llio oxjiirntlari  ��������� ,t oiii! ii'i-iitli from tin'(litli! Iiorcof*. for 11 rijm.'vviii  dfinv I.lci'iifi' for llio llolol MMv/ny, nt AInl-  vvin.l!, (I  r'miMl nt Midway. 11.(1, aanrl October, 1'ws.  JIKIITIIA THOMET,  .        .Kj-vt'iitrix of tliu I'sdilo of  'r- thu liitfi Cliarlci Ij. 'J'liorauf.  THE  Vendome - Hotel  In Anaconda provides accommodation for the local and traveling  public. An easy walk from th  center of Greenwood.  J;W..O'Brien, Proprietor.  Job Printing at Tho Ledge.  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of tlie city. Mountain trout  and game dinners n specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Kiven. Prop  R.A.BROWN  FERRY, WASH.  GeneralMerchant  Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Boots and Shoes,  Stationery,  Hardware,  Tobacco,  Cigars, Etc.  Oats and Northwest Seed  Winter  Wheat.  T^EJVtOJSiT HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  the safe.  MevIot?c   &   TFcgillLis  C.S.BAKER  Provincial AHaayer and Ore  Shipper' Agent. Corres-  pondenco solicited. Samples  recefvo prompt; attention.  I'.   O. ISOX   1������3.   OltRENWOOI),   II.   O.  Geokgi* Jacksox was killed in  Oregon because be would not work.  This is the latest excuse for murder iu the States and if it spreads  a million tramps~are in danger of  their lives.  Tin-: United States is ^threatened  with an epidemic of the bubonic  plsgue. At present this most fatal  disease is confined to California,  and every effort should.be made to  stamp it out.  The Similkameen Star accuses  Duncan Ross of betting ten at  blackjack in that town and losing  it. Well, well, he is probably  tlie only Liberal candidate in  Canada who. will be accused of  that offense, especially in Quebec. ETowever, the donation Duncan gave to the church in Kcro-.  ineos no doubt squared the little  sin in Princeton.  Kc-rri   Butterscotch,"- pure   and  wholesome, try it.    Mcliae   Bros.  The Pioneej of Them All  Clarence Bennett's ���������-The- Holy  City" is the first and original John  the Baptist play. IL is the only one  that has been*a real success. All  others'are mere imitations?. Tfc i.s  the only-one that tells the beautiful  old Bible history with a spirit of  reverence and devotion. The only  one that narrates the pure, simple  story of the coming of Christ, I lis  crueifixion and resurrection; true  to Bible history', true to all the details of our dear old faith. Others  have sprung up in imitation, but  they were irreverent and i-r.pure,  and they failed. In these days of  progressive thought, playwrights  and theatrical managers think if.  necessary for the financial success  of a play to introduce immoral  scenes to cater to the morbid and  depraved tastes of the vicious; thus  profaning even the sacred themes  of the Bible ; .but Mr. Bennett has  proved, beyond a doubt, that a  good, pnre^and religious drama can  win great financial aud artistic  triumph and lasting success, as this  wonderful play has already made  a small fortune for "its author.  Harold Nelson_in the Auditorium  Monday October 20.  ��������� Large line of cut glass, sti-rliug  silver, plated ware, etc., suitable  for presents * SI 5,000 stock to select from. E. A. Black, tlie  jeweler, Phoenix.  1*.    '��������� Yale-Cariboo.  The last Dominion election in  Yale-Cariboo occurred November  22, 190-1. .In that contest there  were 4,-1-12 ballots cast, of which  -IS were -spoiled "and 2(J rejected,  leaving 4,348 ballots counted. In  detail the results for each party in  the' eight provincial ridings in  Yale.Cariboo- were oflicially reported as follows.  Bun-el  Con.  Cariboo    153  Grand Forks     2(18  Greenwood  ' HO  Kamloops    382  Lillooot     142  Okaiiiigan    509  Similkameen      126  Yale     140  Are you lonely V ' Send LO cts.  for Correspondence Club Monthly.  Rox i;j(10, Spokane, Wash.   .    ,  The new sawmill when finished  ali Shuswap will give employment  to 400 or 500 men.  Produce  AND.  'Provisions  Frank Fletcher -  Provincial Land Suiivkyoii,  Nelson, B. C."  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. .C.  There is a carnival of crime now  on in Seattle.  'Perfection 'in confectionery���������the  Copper Seal ��������� Brand. For sale by  Mcliae Bros.  '  ~ As lumber in ay be placed on the  free list by the United States, the  province of B. C. is. just how  flooded by Americans in search of  lumber limits and mill sites.  ���������Tobaccos, Pipes, and all other  Smokers' supplies. Next,door  to Pacific hotel..-  j. P. FLOOD  The Ledge will send a copy of  Float to any address for 25  cents.,  Chesaw is jubilant over the completion of the spur from there to  Myncaster. ' It means increased  trade for that town and several  warehouses have already. _been  erected just across .the line from  the country of Duncan Ross. *.  Phil Adelberb, from Wallace,  Idaho, has opened a store, in Hos-  mer.  Patronize Home" Industry and Smoke  "BOUNDARY"  CIGAR.  -Union Made  . ;Hayana Filled.  aaaa^irt^va^BaasKag  . -MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed .and   *  -   Repaired.    Agent for-  Blaine Bros'  ��������� Ordered Clothing-.  Gold, Silver and Copjior. Each BOc,  U, C. AVKST, B.'iO Klcliiu'ds St.  VANCOUVER, B, C.  Uoss.  Mills  Lib.  Soc.  164  1  199  1G3  0;'2  180  422  25  93  4  530  47  19*2  40  181  8  Pioneer  j4otel...  Qveenmood, B. c.  - The oldest hotel in the.city, and still  under the same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to any in" the  city, aud the bar sppplies only the best.  Corner of Greenwood, and Government  streets. .-.  d-"W."Jlelsotfc-  Tiii* gold standard has driven  Japan, China aud India into the  manufacturing business, thereby  taking trade away from England  and America. That is the main  reason why so many are out of  work in the latter countries,.and  mattei'H will continue to go from  bad to worse until silver is re-  monetized and we once again have  the double standard*  2011  187  Totals  1850  A study of the above table shows  that Mr. Ross had only.lGl majority out of a total of -1,358 votss  counted, In spite of the closeness  of the totals, Mr. Ross had a majority in six out of the eight ridings, the only ones giving Mr.  Burrell a majority being Grand  Forks and Lillooet. The Socialists  oast a little over one-tenth of the  total vote.  OOOO  EHOLT, B. C.  First-class   meals   aud" rooms.  Railroad men, miners and  others  will find a pleasant home at this  hotel. The bar contains fragrant  cigars and the most popular beverages of the day.  N. LUSE, PROPRIETOR  A nkwspapku is an index of the  community iu which it is published. When it is filled with  bright local ads the world at a  distance are liable to come in with  their money, for generosity and  progression attract those with  similar ideas. When a paper has  a lean array of ads within its  columns the world sighs and exclaims: "That'poor town is dead  or dying. Let us send a bunch of.  flowers for the funeral."  In the houses that are thoroughly  decorated with wall paper the fuel  bill is not so large, and homo life  more cheerful. See the latest patterns in wall paper at J. L Coles.  A Forecast.  It has been estimated by an expert that in the approaching Dominion   elections   121    Conserva  tives   and   J 00   Liberals  elected as follows:  will   bo  UNION   HOTEL  EHOLT, B. C. - '  The leading hotel'of the city and  headquarters for those engaged in  mining, railroading or commercial  pursuits.  W.   S.   TORNEY,   PROPRIETOR.  NELSON, B. (X  .  Now Under Old and Original;   ���������  Management.  E. E. PHAIR   -   -   MANAGER  Hotel   Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   0/  Is a comfortable home forI_  the miner and 'traveler.  Good meals and pleasant  rooms.    Pure liquors and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  McGILLIS & WILLIAMS.  Lauuii-r may be a pious and  honest man, but he must be weak  in the art of saying no or he would  never have allowed the public domain to be looted by. so many of  his followers, thereby casting a  pall, over the, Liberal party for  ages to come. The record of the  Liberal party is ho deeply scarred  by acts of graft since Laurier sat  in power that it is difiidulb to conceive how any honest, solf-reapect-  ing, and God-fearing Grit can votp  for his party at tho approaching  election.   With dishonest men di-  I'rinco lid ward Island.,.  New Brunswick   Nova Scotia   Quebec   Ontario ....-   Manitoba ���������    8  Alberta    u  Saskatchewan    4  British Columbia    (i  Yukon ,...;���������    l  Con.  8  0  C  15  (if!  Lib.  1  4  12  50  20  2  4  fi  1  0  The Columbia cigar is u large  and free-smoking cigar. It is sold  in all mountain towns and made in  Nelson,  In Fernie^ owing to tho building boom, bricklayers and masons  are getting from 05 cents to 75  cents an hour; carpenters 50 cents;  common laborers 62:75 a day, and  team and teamster $7 a day.  McKihnon & Sutherland have  sold their store in Ferguson.  The Kootenay Belle reigns supreme in many a camp. It, is a  cigar-that brings delight and appreciation wherevor-"moked.  ThoLedge, $2 a year.  THINKKArj ACT  Certificate of Improvements .  '   " NOTICE  '���������I'niiilro', 'Mineral   Claim,I   situate   in   the  (I itch wood Mining Division ot Yale District.   Where lucntcd: At Camp MoKimic'*,  TAKK NOTICK Hint SamuelT.iLnrHen.Free  Miner's Oerflm-nto No.  UM1JI, nnd   Alex  D.  Mnulnlyre, Oillelnl Administrator.of tlie e*tntu  anil   ntl'ccts   of   Kdwarrt   James,    deceased.  I-'rue   Mlnor'H    Ccitlllcute    Xo.   B  D.-llfl!!,  Intend, sixty ilnys from date hereof, to npply to tho  Minim,'llccorder for a Certlllcato of Improve-  inontH, for the purpose of obtaining n Crown  nelson, B. #.  GKO. P.  WKLLS, IS. TOMIUNS,"  .Proprietor. Muiisiger.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. Finest lava-  Lories in B:- 0. First-class:  bar and barber shop.  ''Bus meets all trains.  6      Regular monthly meetings of  f Greenwood lodge No. 28, A. F.  '- & A. M.,ai*e held on the first  Thursday iD each month in Fraternity hull,' Wood block, Government  street, Groenwood.   Visiting bretiiron  are cordially invited to attend.  .JAS, S. ItlltNIIC, Soorotary,  W. F. M. ������:  reenwnod Minoi-a*  Union, No. 22, W.  F. M., moots ovory  Saturday ovoning in Union Hall, Cop-  por streot, Greenwood, at 7:80.  Also In hall at  Mother Lodo mine  Friday evenings at 7:80.  GEO. HEATHERTON, Secretary.  And further take notlco  that action,  under  eection  37. must   bo roniiiiuncod  before  tho  LiHiiaiioc of Bueh Covtlllente of Improvement*) v  Dated thin lath day of October, A. D. 1008.  S. T. I,A������KKN.  ALEX. I*. iMACINTYHK,  Olllclal Administrator.  LIQUOR LrOKNSE  ACT-  .  s hereby kIvuii tliat _, _.    . ,  Intend unplylnK to llio Lluenso. Ooniinliwloners  Xotico Is hereby (-Ivuu that I, C. V. Hemerml,  ' unplylnK to llio Lluenso Oonimlnsloners  for thoOIty of Oroonwooil.at the oxplratiiiii of  thirty days from the date heroof for a transfer  to Koy,& lloyer if thn Hucimo now held by me  In runpuet of the promises known as the National  Hotel, Hlr.mtit on Lob IH and ill. IJlook 7, Copper  MtniRl, ('Ity nl Orooiivviioil, II. 0.  Oct-iber If-', IIMS, 0. V. SEHIKRAU,  Dissolution of Partnership.  The piii'tiiurnlilp lidr'-lomru Hiil-Ml'tlnu between tlm iiuilur-lK'H'd-it-i Tin CuiitnintorH, un-  dor tliu iiiiniiiof itolilnson & Warron, has thlfl  iluy been ill-t.-nlvud by mutual eoiisent. Tho  Iii-hIiicm will lie I'linlinuoil by Mr. Ki-IiIiihou,  who will e-illuet all ilobtH mid iwHlimo nil llo-  lillltleMof the partnership,  Utlti-d Ibis 1st day of October, 1|K)H.  K. 0. VVAHREN.  '���������'-.   ALEX, ItOMNSoN,  m Pacific fioteL.  Is under the'manajrement of Greig*  & Morrison. The Rooms aro Comfortably furnished, and tho barcon-  tnins the host brands of wines,  liquors and cigars.  tbc Pacific tfafe...  Is tho boBt-appointed Restaurant in  ,   the .interior of British Columbia.  ,Tho best cooks nnd most attentlvo  waiters only employed. Open all the  time. ��������� '*    .  MH9. GjU5M, PnOI'llIETKE  Commercial  Hotel Greenwood  Rooms 25 and 50 cents a night.  MRS. M. GILLIS.  .y>*58..<i  )'l

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