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 .,-,, <��������� *>  m  to**-  s- lnvictiis .o  W. G. and a. Shirts, dollars arid  Cuffs,' 'John"' - B.", ��������� Stetson ���������' -Hats.'  These Lines Speak for Themselves  Russell-Law-Caulfield -'Co., Ltd,  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents*' Furnishings.    mmuxma&aiaf  EITOLT,   B. C. .'  ���������  - The leading hotel of the city and  headquarters for those engaged in  mining, railroading or commercial  pursuits.  w. s. torney; proprietor.  Passing'Throiie  O. S. BAKER. ,\  Provincial Assayer and ()re  "Shippers' Agent.    Corixfc-  -   ' pondenco solicited. Samples  ���������   ���������      receive prompt/attention.  O. BOX   iau."  ������I*EE*VWOOI),   K.   o.  ���������������������������  Mountaineer and Koolc-  nay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. e.pt\\n *.0o., nelson  .-greenwood Tlie Kootenay Saloon  Andy Rowe of Yihir spent the  past week, at home in the city.  E. L. Steeves has 'established a  logging caufp-six miles fiom West-  bridge.  Geo.* R. Naden is coming xwxi,  week to help Duncan Ross in the  campaign.  Since the election some people  in Greenwood refuse to drink On-1  tario whiskey.  The Miners' union wjlj move  this week to the lower floor of the  Commercial hotel.  M. If. Kane has returned from  doing work on his 'iron cLinis  north of Port Arthur.  Frank Royer is in town for a  lew days, lie will open a livery  in Kelowna next March.  Geo. M. Barrett came down from  Beaverdell this week after working  on his claims all summer.  dog,   hut -he 'knew.no f<  would fight anything fr'on  en elephant, and this passio  hj-t  death.    As   far "as   coi  earned Pete  was an -orphan u-id  had no relatives in-the city.  .    He  cat to  a used  be  j Council.  The council met yesterday evening. Letters .were read fronf Vancouver Rubber Co., A. D. Hallett,  F. Sturtndgo, and E. R. Redpath  In ..-���������eferenci- to the letter of Mr.  bturtridge,   complaining   that   his  Q     . ,   fti        ^'.'f   wrongly  impounded,  bpecml values in shoes next week  ,      courie--  decided  that J. Mul-  ni. Barclay &,, Co.'  -You  can  save   ieri?   wa?-doing his  duty  by en  money by buying now. .forcing the  bylaw, and  instructed  I him to again impound  the cattle if  Portrait   enlargements   done at  the New Art Store, from $1 to $25.  Western-float I  - Broke His Neck.  Asa or Ezra Eddy last Friday  wns diiving a team hauling lumber for R L. Steeves near West  bmlgo. Hugh McKinnon, who  was driving a team about 75 yards  inadva.no,-,   saw him fall  McArthur  found on the streets.  The tender of C. J  for wood was accepted.-  ,  The   following   accouuts    were  paid: BO. Times, $1.50; J. Mul-  'nf a'-r ������?'   Flre department,   $98;  ������he Ledge,   811;   Ecoon,   $2;  E.  W. N. Rolfe is now assisting tho  government agent at Nicola.      -    '  The Central hotel at .Revelstoke  has been enlarged by an addition  ot IS rooms.  Although it has'been a fniriy  close season'for tinhorn gamblers,  ft few oi them are still  the cards in Phoenix.-  crimpiug  front part ' ot- ^'m'"^ Zlf^hJlMV \??T  ]a"n(1'T,  *    '���������-       ..---- "el'Sl,So; Smith  & MeEweu, $39 05.  Dealer in  . .Contractor for _ Ties, .Poles and Fence Posts..  Heavy Teaming and Braying  Phone 85..  Sandon, B. C., has a line oi nerve  bracers uiisurpai.sed iu any i-joiio-  taiii town oi the Great-West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.  /' -  " Unequalled for Domestic Use:"  IKings Liquor Scolcli Whiskey  12 Years Old  J. W. Burmester s White Port.  Jas. BouDossy & Go's 8-Star Brandy  The Ct-e.ersdjood Eiraneh  Nelson  Iron Works  Is now prepared to make  all kinds of Iron, Brass or   '  Copper    Castings.     First-  class    work'    guaranteed.  Geo. JVI. Holt,   manager.  J. R. Cameron.  horses. Uo p,iii0f] Eddy from un  demon th tho wagon and left'him  on < he side of the road and then  hurried to IVeslbridgo for assistance. Reluming with A.. D  Broomliuld they fonud him dead'  Chroner Black held an inquiry and  Dr. Spankie testified that Eddy  died from a broken nejk. The deceased was about sixty years old,  and came from Ayliner,' near Ottawa, Ontario.  Leading Tailor of tlie  Kootcnays.  .GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO-j   I     IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD?B.C.    !|/?  4   BPOWN  "~ FERRY, WASH.  GeneralMerchant  The sitting of the assize court in  Greenwood has been adjourned  from the 3rd tothe 11th .Nov.  ��������� If you would vote at tha next  municipal election'get' your name  on the list not later than Saturday.  Ceorge Findlay and Fred Allen  have gone' froni Bulkloy valley to  assist in building the'Copner river  trail.  Owing to a lack of water, the  Daly reduction Works near Hedley may have to shut down for a  time.  The United States election returns will be received by special  wire at the Windsor hotel next  Tuesday evening.  W. Rowe came: in from the Little Bertha on the North Fork last  week. Work ' has been discon-  tinued at tho mine.~  Sater & Johns have completed !".iver- aufi UlcnC(* to Sumas. The  the assessment upon the Mammoth , Vj eysfc of the mounlaius has been  a likely silver and gold claim thev L ���������      t,n'0UK1*   the  Boundary dis-   - -���������----���������--.*-- ���������'   trictand the Similkameen as far  as Keremeos.    All that remains to  I'or Saturday aud Monday Barclay & Co. oiler their entire stock  of 15c. Flannelettes and Wrapper-  ettesfor.lOo. per yard.  ''   .    ThTHiiT^ad. ,  Trains will be running into Hedley this winter and by next-May  into Princeton. The route of the  V., Y. & E. railroad over Hope  mountains, separating the Similkameen from the lower Fraser valley,  has been located and approved!  Considerable engineering difficulties were encountered. East of  the mountains the line will ascend  the east, bank of the Otter river  and along the Cold water river  across the summit, and thence  down the Corjuehalla -river to Hope  on tha north side of the Fraser  and thence  On Saturday the city oflice will  be open until 6 p. m. for the pur-  pose of receiving taxes, etc.  Council adjourned.  ��������� Thomas Drug 'and Music Co.  will be open for business in their  new   store,   next    the    postoffice  -NOV.   l8t.  own aboove Rock Creek.  E. L.   Frauson,   assistant road  master for the C. P. K. iu the  Boundary, has'resigned? HIS place  Nichols has been taken ,by Tom  from the' main line.  -  - Dealers in  Ffesh and Salt JVIeatsXpish and Poultry  Shops in nearly all the towns .of Boundary and  the* Kootenay.  smmagB&muBSBs&s^Bs.  Gem men cement I **?*������* house  Dry Goods,  "Groceries,  Koots and Shoes,  Stationery,  Hardware,  Tobacco,  Cigars, Etc.  Oats and Northwest Seed  Winter  Wheat.  give Yancouver a direct line to  Spokane will be the link over the  nope" mountains; ".���������coucracts** -for  which have nofyet been awarded,  but tenders will be called for in  due season. The coast end of this  road between Vancouver and Sumas will be ready for business next  month.  <������������������ Fraser Lake Goal.  Over   86,000 has already  been  spent by the Nechaco Coal and Oil  Prospecting syndicate in work done  on their property on  Fraser lake  lhe latter consists of four leases  at the south  east.end of the lake  on which several seams crop out.  The coal so far exposed is bituminous, but it is expected that some  semi-anthracite will be struck-the  formation  being   favorable.    This  property wa3 located by Neil Geth-  ing, the well-known Slocan prospector,   two years ago, and apart  | from the coal showings there is a  | large area of merchantable timber  on it of which there is a scarcity in  that section.    The location line of  the   Grand Trunk   Pacific passes  through  this holding and  ic is a  very favorable site for a new town.  The headquarters of the syndicate  is at New Denver in the Slocan,  and the principal shareholders are  W. S. Drewry,  Dr. Brouse, J. B.  Smith,   L.   D.   De Veber,   R.   L.  Gale,  J.  P.,   J.   Lendrum,  J. C  Harris,    Neil    Gething   'and    G.  Aylard. ���������Buckley Pioneer.  # Local optroii will be made a provincial issue in East Kootenay It  will never carry while the eo*l  miners have a vote.  In Alberta drilling for' oil has  been resumed 2S miles from J>iu-  cher Creek.        -" -      ���������  Colonel Low, who was a  terror"  to the bad  men  in  Arizona  forty  years ago, may   buy  an  hotel   in  Nelson.  Con Whelan .was married in Fer- '  me last week to Miss Dolly Burnet.  J. H.  MacFarlane left H'osmer  last week to take up hisTesiduuce' -  m Greenwood. ���������**  ;  James   Crawford,   formerly   of  Moyie   and   Silverton,   committed-J  Urn   lV"  Kamloops l)y shootu%'  p  <.uT^r? a,re 0V6r 1 ''000 voters in  the Yale-Cariboo district.      -  There is no truth in the ruincw  that J. W. Cockle of K-wIo sent  lhe Ledge a box of apples.  A paper galled the Leader has  been started at Molson.  Review-  resume  Pictures from 10 cis. up at the  New Art Store.  [ Chas. Oliver has closed.down his  sawmill at Long Lake, having cut  all the lumber and timber required  at present for the proposed buildings at the Jewel mine.  J. E. McAllister, E. G. Warren,  M. T.-McMynn and  J. E. Spankie  are applying for licenses to pros- Mines at Kamloops  pect for coal aud petroleum in tho      a nnmh������. ������* n ������/1  vicinity of Babine lake. nJL ?���������     ���������  ������J,      ��������� ^^ m,mDg  J properties in the vicinity of Kam-  Mr. and   Mrs.   C... J-.- Lundy of loops will pass into the hands of a  Midway will celebrate the twentieth syndicate  .of    American    mining  anniversary of their wedding next capitalists,  comprising   Simon   B  Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, by an at home Newhouse of Salt Lake,  the G  to their many friends in  theulis- ���������,"' "      "' '  trict.  "  Having purchased the stock of Messrs. Ren dell *& Co. at a  discount, we are placing the same on sale at greatly reduced  prices. Everything in the stove Reduced. Absolutely Nothinc  Reserved. ' p  Buy Your Fall' and Winter Goods Now and Save Money.  BARCLAY   8c   CO.  Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes. Millinery.  Nelson. B. C, is run ou the  the American and Europeau  '  plau.   Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  D-e safe.  Malonc   &   Tiregillas  i%wvn**%t*vi'VH*j  CANADIAN  jsLJy  At the Blyth ranch, about four  miles above Westbridge, F. C.  Buckless has established a logging  camp with Sam McConnell in  charge. The logs will bediiven lo  the mill at Cascade.  Harold Nelson played "The  Holy City" on Mondav evening to  a large "audience. The play'was  repeated npon the following evening to a slim crowd, as Greenwood  is usually only good for a one-night  stand. The company play in Oroville this evening.  Alex. McLaren of Kamloops is  visiting his brother D. D. at Dead-  wood for a few days. Mr. McLaren is one of the provincial fruit  inspectors and is on a tour of inspection in^fche Boundary. He will  visit the Grand Forks district next  week and probably go back through  the Similkameen.  genheims and a third  party from  Montana.   J. T. Young, representing this syndicate, has been looking over the properties and regards  them as amongst the best in  the  province.    He has already taken a  GO-day option on the Big Four and  the Python group, and is now negotiating for the-Iron Mask, Evening Star and-others.    At the conclusion of sixty days 10 per cent  will  be paid' down.    For tho Big  Four $37,500   is   the   sale price,  while the Python will-cost the syndicate in the neighborhood of 8100,-  000.    It is stated on  the  best of  authority that if tho  syndicate can  succeed iu getting a controlling interest in the camp that a big smelter will be erected.    The ore in  these mines is of an unusually high  grade.  ���������-lfior-PriatH^'G-ingliaia * "and -Cottons on sale Saturday and Monday  for 10c. per yard.    Barclay & Co.  Good Fellows.  Comox-Atlin    district ^ needs a  man in parliament who  knows the  needs of the people of the district,  and who is able to get' what the  people need.    They do not want a  "good fellow"  in parliament.    A  "good fellow" never gets anythino-  for his constituents,   for he is al������  ways helping some other good fellow to get something for himself.  Take the good fellows in parliament from -British  Columbia and  Gug- what have they got for the people  Barclay & Co. offer same  great  values in shoes during  their sale.  PHOENIX, B/C.  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 search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of tho liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms aro,tho largest in tho monn-  tains and a pleasure to dninimors with big-trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL       -       -       PROPRIETOR  Are you contemplating a trip  to the  Orient, ���������  Honolulu,  Australia  New Zealand?  Are you contemplating a trip  to California or any Pacific  Coast Point?  Or a trip to  Winnipeg, Detroit  St. Paul, Toronto,  Chicago, Montreal,  Boston, ncw York  Or an European point  thought of?  ilk^Ju&KFx&jsxmwwQix  Beer, Porter, Soda Water  Are our three Specialties  House  is   the  largest  m  Our  tho  Y  iicav Brew ,  Boundary.  Phoenix '��������������� Brewing ~ Co.  (Limited.)"  The Pride of Western Canada. Phono 138;Greenwood  This line is equipped with  unexcelled first-class coaches,  tourist and standard sleepers  and;<Iining cars, coupled with  safety, speed and comfort.  For Folders and complete information apply to  E. R. REDPATH,  : Agent, Greenwood, B. 0.  J. 13. PROCTOR,  Dist. Passenger, Agent,  Calgary, A Ita.  While loading cattle for Nelson  at the abbatoir of P. Burns ���������& Co.  upon Monday afternoon Jaiiic.-*  Williams had his head gashed. He  was attempting to keep the cattle  in the car with ajlong pole when a  big steer butted the pole and  knocked him against tho car. After  having his head sewed up ho returned to work next day.  Gus Quist, a Swede 2i years of  age, left  McArthur's wood  camp  near Boundary City fifteeir days  ago to come into Greenwood  after  some goods, and since then  he hns  not   been seen.   Fiyo men .from  McArthur's   camps searched   the  country for days without finding a  traco of the missing man, and last  Saturday 41   men. from  the city  prospected   the mountains   for  a  trace of Quist but without success.  Ho has disappointed as completely  as if tho earth had opened an J  gulped him down.  Pete, the pleasing, plundering  pup, which for many .noons has  chewed ancient, tough and shattered beefsteaks around this print  shop, is no more. While engaged  in a light with anothor canino upon  the road to the Mother Lode, the  stage ran ov.pr him and ho passed  in his checks with his, face to the  foe. Pete wasn't much to look at.  Just a coir   i .������������������.������-"wt������-j- of fro'wu  '     Tough New'Fernie.'  Some holdups occurred here this  week.    Wo could" not get particulars up to time of writing.   There  are at present a bad gang in town,  and   it is up to  tho police to get  busy and rid the community of undesirable   characters.    The   police  seem to bo a little'careless just at  present, and we want to jog them  up  a  bit.   Not only  the hold-up  gang of artists,  but the- old  gang  of card sharks that we so materially  assisted out of town  previous to  the lire, are going to receive attention in these columns from timo to  time.   They might "as well skidoo,  and save tho police  tho trouble of  telling them.    Another littlo matter is .the ���������'women of the restricted  district."    One of them iu particular seems to bo allowed   in town at  all hours.    She has been seen in a  West Victoria avenue cigar store  after live shaking dice with ..the  goii tl eman ? behind   the   conn tor.  Thin should not be.-'Fernie Ledger.  of their several  districts?  "What  did  Big Bill  Galliher,  who is a  good fellow, get for the people of  Kootenay   district?    Every time  the people of that district wanted  anything that wais of real advantage to them  they had .to send a  delegation   to   Ottawa   to get it.  What did  Duncan  Ross, who is a  good fellow, get for the people of  Yale-Cariboo district ?   He got the  y., V. & E. charter for James J.  Hill of St. Paul, Minnesota.   What  did William Sloan,  who id a good  fellow, get for the people of Comox-  Atlin district?   He got a chance  to deliver an  oration on " Pelagic  Sealing in the North Pacific Ocean"  aud get it distributed  through the  mails for nothing.    What did Bob | death  Macphereon, who is a good fellow,  get for the people of Vancouver ?  He got a life job for himself as  postmaster of that city.    Are not  the above nice records for the people  of Kootenay, ;Yale-Cariboo, Comox-  Atliu and Vancouver to look back  at.���������Prince Rupert Empire.  It is reported that the  mine near Chesaw will  operations.  The Royal. hotel in Cranbrook  has 101 rooms and is said to be the  largest hotel between Winnipeg  and the blue Paciflc.  *A sawmill with^a capacity of  2o0,000 feet a day is to be erected  near Grand Forks.  At Eholt, Sam McOrmond lias  bought the hotel and^six cottars  belonging to Mrs. Kaiser.  The hotel men of Grand Forks  have-been notified that 'their liceu-'  ses will be cancelled if they permit  gambliug on their premises.  The Empire says that from 500  to 1,000 railway graders can get  work at Prince Rupert. The wages  run from $2.25 to S2.50 a day,  with board at So. 25 a "week. The  work is good for from six to twelve  months. f  The cider joints in Piince Rupert  are selling booze without a license.  M. Woinstein, formerly of Kaslo,  is running a tailor shop "in Prince  Rupert.  Bill Galliher will open a law  office in Vancouver.  !    A-company is  being formed iu  Kaslo to work the Rio in the Slocan  The driving ol the long tunnel  on the Whitewater Deep in the  Slocan will commence next month.  _ W. B. Wilcox has all the apples  picked ou his ranch near North  Yakima.  * Harry Robinson of Hedley has  bought Cassidy's livery -at Tula-  meet.  Forty more coke ovens will be  built at Michel.  The Loyalist is the name of a  new papej at Port .Essington. Iu  time   it will   probably   starve to  A steam laundry has started in  Prince Rupert, and the inhabitants  no longer need to hang their clothes  out in the rain.  ,  Barclay & Co. offer their entire  stock at a discount. Everything  reduced. Absolutely nothing reserved.    ___^  Harry Wright of Nelson has bet  81,000 with F. J. Doane that-A. S.  Goodeve will be elected in Kootenay.  M. Zattoni hss bought the Molly I  Hughes miue at New Denver and  will put a dozen men at work next  week. This property in the past  has shipped $30,000 worth of silver-  gold-ore.  Pat Welch says that trains will  run into Hedley this fall and reach  Princeton iu May. Next spring  the V., V. & E. will be rushed  rushed through the Hope mountains, a satisfactory pass having  been found.  been   delivered  Prince Rupert  in  in  upon  t a coir   i < l-'":"i;'("3  You have a long time to live yet.  Decorate your homes with pictures  from the New Art Store.  Within three months more than  (100 buildings havo been started in  Fernie.  ^ Barclay & Go's sale still continues. 'You can save money by  buying your fall and winter goods  now.  John Y.   Cole is  mining  upper Montreal river.  Alderman W. J. Cavanaugh of  Vancouver was a boozo fighter  some years ago. He landed in the  Termina^city about live years ago  so financially shattered that Tom my  Roberts refused to lend him $5.  The rcul estate boom came, and he  made a quarter of a million. Now  tho papers say that ho has left tho  city, and many writs have been  I issued against hiui..   -  Goods have  Dawson from  nine days.  Dr. AVm. Stephen died in Vancouver last week.  It is fifty years ago since the  government first sold lots ic the  town of Langley ou tin; Fraser  river.  Ernest Miller and other Grand  I Forks men are taking up land near  [ Stuart lake in the north.  Over twenty men came into  Hazelton a few days ago from ln-  genica. None of them would say-  how, ���������much-gold they had taken  out. Bed rock was reached on  the Ingineca in two places, aud  the gold was in the gravel all the  way down. The future of the  camp is still unknown.  ;. During the past year the farmers  in the territory for forty miles below Oroville have shipped 5,000 or  0,000 head of stock cattle to ���������Mou-  tona and other places, nnd now  they aro sorry, for in price hay is  going down and cattle up, Tin's  year P. Burns & Co. have shipped  oyer 1,000 head of cattle from Oroville into B. C. and at present aro  offering for spring delivery uh high  as 5 ecuts a pound for cattle on  foot.  \.  A professional gambler enjoys  meeting an amateur who knows all  about the game. - ftWWfc-JSM  ������������������ ^.v.  ���������'���������*������'" ��������� ������i  TH#   LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  **- . *ii        ~"        "  HONEST ADM, S, M.  Finds True Love Flourishes In  Country as Well as In Town.  HIS VERSES ARE IN DEMAND.  Bashful and Hesitating Swains United  With the Aid of the Muse of Uncle  Sam's Famous Representative���������He  Earns Gratitude.  [Copyright. 100S, by T. C. McClure.]  For tliu first half dozen houses on  ui.v route tho other day everything  went well and everybody was happy,  hut then 1 bumped up against it. Tho  good -wife of Funnel' Ren Johnson wan  at the ynto to receive a letter, and  ul'toi* she had made sure that..lt wan  from her sister in Nebraska she turned  to me, and in a confidential voice sh������  said:  "Abe,   I'm   afraid   \v(fhro going  to  lose our lamb."  "I didn't know that you kept sheep,"  1 answered.  "Wo don't.    I refer to our daughter  .less."  "Oh,   I   see.   Well,  has Jess got another soft corn?"  "Don't make fun of me, Abe.   This  Is  serious   business.    She and  Ilarry  At midnight 1 wnko lo think or my love,  To list to tho wind as It blows,  To hope that my Sarah won't fall out of  bed  And land on tho floor on her nose.  My lovo sho hns had for many a month���������  Tho lOYo-of a strong-married man,  Tho  lovo  that endures tho  fat  pork  and  beans  Devoured .by her Jimmle McGann.  I pray that my lovo Is rewarded In kind;  That Sarah has thoughts of her Jim;  That ho Is not driven by blackest despair  , To go hang on a hickory limb.  He Was Grateful.  When I drove on I left the most  grateful hired man in the whole conn  try behind inc. but whether the poem  incited Sarah or not 1 have yet to (hid  out. There was one more case. At  Fanner L'cccher's the mother told me  iiboul the same as Mrs. Johnson had  done. Her daughter Nell had quarreled Willi her feller and ho was threatening to go oil to Panama and catch  the yellow fever, and so I had to sit  down to another poem. I am happy to  record that it worked in the samo  prompt and satisfactory manner:  I havo loved him long and tender;    '"  1 have loved him long and well;  1 have never loved another man  As I love Billy Doll.  He swore he did return my lovo  And caused my heart lo duller  And mado mo lose my appetite  For toasted bread and butter.  Ho led mo on to believe he'd pop  Tlio ciuestlon 1  was waiting���������  Tho question that Is always asked  Before there Is a mating.  But, ah. alas, ho turned away���������  lie turned to Lletly JJalccr!  And could I do aught else but say,  "Vou chump, but go and take her?"  I've tried full hard my love to kill;  I've sought lo quench tho feeling;  I've wept and pulled my nose so much  That it is sadly peeling.  It can't bo done.   The only thing  Is river or cold pizen;  A rope a-hanging o'er a limb,  And 1 am free from prison.  And Billy Doll will gaze some day  Upon the weeping wilier,  A-tlroopIng o'er my resting place,  And tears bedew his piller.  M. QUAD.  WAGING WAR ON RATS.  Measures Taken   In   England  to  Exterminate the Pest.  The war against rats is lining waged vigorously in Great Britain, where  the annual damage they cause i.s  variously estimated at amounts ranging from $50,000,000 to $75,000,000.  Fotatoes infected with a tasteless  porm are placed within roach, and  this germ���������harmless to man���������is expected to cause a rapid decrease of  the rodents by spreading a fatal disease among them.' As a further step  the Society For the Destruction of  Vermin seeks to sot a price on the  animals' heads, having offered a prize  of 10 guineas and a diploma for the  best method of making ratsluns commercially useful. Taking the London  and India docks as examples of the  seriousness of the plague, it is stated  that each of tho twenty-seven sheds  stands on an acre of ground and is  estimated to harbor 2,000 rats under  it-- floors, making a total rodent population of 54,000 for these docks. Eacn  rat is charged with damage of at  least a farthing a' day, giving a total  yearly loss of more than $50,000.  ST. VITUS DANCE  Severe   Case   Cured by Dr.  Williams' Pink  Pills.  "SAT. I'M A DYlNa man!"  Day have had a falling out, and goodness only knows how it is going to  end. lie has given out that he is going  to enlist for a soldier and go off to tho  Philippines. Jess is just worrying herself sick, and you've got to do something."  "But I cau't take him by the neck  and bring him back."  "No, but you can write some poetry,  and you've got to do it. You must  write somelhing (o scare him and at  the same time melt his heart. There's  cold milk and a big piece of pie awaiting you in the kitchen. As for Jess,  she's still abed and won't see anybody."  I went iu, and when the milk and pie  had been disposed of I tuned up my  nuiso and wrote what I called "The  Shriveling Maid," as follows:  They tell me that my cheek is pale���������  That, like a lily drooping,  I now seem going to my grave  Instead of gayly whooping.  My eyes aro dim with bitter tears;  My checks are sunk and* hollow;  My weight has sadly fallen off,  And thero is more to follow.  I dream and dream of various things���������  Of frogs and toads and gators���������  I dream of cenlipeds and rats  And  vile Impersonators.  I dream to wake and wake to dream,  And in my dreams I'm falling.  And in my waking hours I Und  Myself for Harry calling.  -They say he's given mo the shake;  That I'm a maiden jilted;  That, like a broken big sunflower,  I'm withered and I'm wilted.  But I shall believe my Harry true.  Come back, my love; come hllhcr,  And do not leave your Jess to fade  And shrivel up and wither.  "Abe," said the good woman as she  wiped the tears from her eyes, "you've  struck it!"  "I believe I have, Aunt Liza."  Saved Their Lamb.  "I know it.   You've appealed to that  young man's feelings as no seventeen  preachers could.   You have saved our  Iamb, and if I don't be a sister to you  all the rest of your days I hope to be  hung.   Yes, sir, when Jess copies them  verses off and sends  them  to Ilarry'  there's going to  be something doing  Ills conscience is going to cry out until  he will  come   over   hero   on  the  run."  'I don't know how fast he ran, but  next day I heard that the quarrel had  been made up and that the shriveled  maiden had ceased to shrivel.  I was driving along and feeling how  unjust It was of the postmaster general to feel jealous of my poetry when  it was doing so much good, when  Fanner Joe Smith's hired man beckoned trie from the barn. I had heard  that he had an affair of the heart on  hand, and I drew up aud descended.  "Say. Abe. I'm a dying man," ha  f-uId with a quicor of tlie Up.  "Ileen taking paris green?" I asked.  "No. It's what thoy call unrequited  love. I'm in love with Sarah Jackson,  and if she won't hare nic it'll bo a case  of suicide for sure."  "But have you asked her?"  "Not-nof yet. I dasn't, Abe. Site's  too proud and horty. I'm afraid she'd  throw mo over."  Wanted to Melt Her Heart.  "Then how in thunder are you going  to fix It? She won't ask you If you  wait a thousand years."  "I know It. but I want something to  prepare the way���������to sorter melt hor  heart.    When I see that aho's molted  I'll ask her. Glmiiie some o' your  poetry, Abe. I've got to have It or  you will be responsible for my death."  He was pale and trembling, nnd, his  chin sinking and seeing what a hard  case It was, I sat down aud wrote the  following, the same being Intended to  appeal to both her humorous and pathetic side:  Oh, tha roses come, and the roses bloom,  And tho roses droop and die,  And (ho sad south wind It walls around  Th.j spot whero the hollyhocks IIo.  She Coi-.'dn't 3e Stopped.  "Cousin Jane is so obtuse."  "What's the matter with her?"  "Why, you know her folks have been  threatening to visit us all summer. To  head her off I telegraphed this morning,  'Don't come;  weather too  warm  for comfort.'    And what do you suppose she replied?"  "Give it up."  "'It's hotter here!'"-Cleveland Plain  Dealer."  Law Against Teeth and Hair.  "There was ,a law once against false  teeth," said tho antiquary, flushing  his superb set in a wide smile. "Yc-s,  and if your wife wore false teeth or  hair you could  divorce her."  He took down a curious old book  to prove his statement and read the  following from a British act of Parliament of 1G70:  "That all women, of whatever aj;e,  rank, profession or degree, whether  virgins, maids or widows, that shall  from after the passing of this act impose upon, seduce and betray into  matrimony any of his majesty's male  subjects by scents, paints, cosmetics,  washes, artificial teeth, false hair,  Spanish wool, iron stays, hoops or  high heeled shoes shall incur the  penalty of the laws now in force  against witchcraft, sorcery and such  like misdemeanors, and the marriage,  upon conviction, shall stand null and  void."  THE   OLD   BROKEN   RECORD.  my   memory  IIow   dear   to   this   heart  Is   the   phonograph's singing!  What   fond   recollections  stir!  Sweet Jane  does tho winding and  turns  on the music,  While I sit and toll her the tunes I prefer.  Gut, oh, how It tears my nerve system to  tatters;  Oh,   how it deranges my  comfort  and  bliss,  When Jane  idly  slips  on an old broken  record  Which   reels   off   a   song   that   sounds-  something like this:  "Thcoldoaka-ka-ka���������bucka-bucka-bucka-  rr-r-r'-r-r-r-r-r bou-wow-wow (crick ticket)  "���������,,,���������   (cncK, crich," crluK���������oooooj "-   - -  "Tha-liiink-k-k-k (b-r) w-c-J-1.  My  stock  of  canned  music  I   hail  as  8  treasure,  For often  when callers appear on  Hit  scene  And topics are scarce it Is truly a pleasure  To bring out our dear little talking machine.  The time passes quickly, and every one's  happy;  The phonograph pleases till Jane, so remiss.  Forgets about winding the works of the  treasure.  Which   drawls   out   a.  tunc   that   goes  something like this:  "Ti���������ece l-i-i-1-t ceeececcce���������ver s���������o  tia-ha���������hum���������b-b-b-b-bl���������e  *T���������h���������e rcrerore���������s n o  '-'.���������pi���������pi���������place 1���������i���������k���������o h���������o   ���������F. 1\ Pilzer in Puck.  Brusque Brahm-j,  A young Hungarian violinist, who  was continually talking about his  wonderful skill and great fame, had  his flatteries addressed to Brahms  cut short with the brusque remark,  "More finger exercise and fewer  phrases, young man!"  A young woman who played tlie  pianoforte asked the composer as to  the advisability of giving a concert  iu Vienna.  "Are you al4 ready?" inquired  Brahms.  "Certainly, dear master! May I  play  something   for  you?"  "Oh, no, no! I meant only have  you a now gown and gloves?"  "Yes, sir."  "Pity; otherwise T should have advised you not to give the concert."  Sumatra.  Sumatra is the westernmost of the  Dutch Indian possessions and one oi  the largest islands in the world. It  is separated from Java in the south  by the strait of Stinda, memorable  for its volcanic disturbance. The  northern portion embraces the sultanate of Ache, and in the days of  Queen Elizabeth and James I., when  England sent ambassadors to its  court,  Ache  was   a   great   kingdom,  oeoupying  morp .tUao.-Kalf_lho.iolun<l.  The Achenese have never acknowledged the supremacy of the Dutch,  and over ������20,000,000* has been spent  in endeavors to subdue this race of  warriors. South of Ache is a large  district occupied by tlie Battaks, a  tribe that has practiced cannibalism  for centuries. -  St. Vitus' dance is n. disease of the  nerves brought on by a morbid condition of the blood.   It is a common  disease with children and attacks, females oftencr than males.    Tho only  cure lies in plenty of pure blood, because good blood is the life food of  the nerves.   Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills  cure even  tho most severe forms of  this trouble  because they enrich the  blood supply, thus carrying the necessary food to the nerves.   In proof-of  tin's' we have the statement of Mrs/  Alex.-Cameron,   Summerside,   I'.E.l.,  who   says:���������"Some    years    ago    my  daughter  Lena,   then  a  child  of  ten  years, became adlielcd with St. Vitus  dunce.    At that time she was attending school and the first indication I  had that something was wrong,  wa:-t  that she appeared easily discourage I  in her studies.    She was naturally a  spirited child, not given to tears, bus  she would   cry  over what  T  thought  should   be  easy   work   for  her.    The  disease progressed so rapidly that in  the course of a few weeks   sho   -became unable to hold anything in her  I lands,  and we were obliged  to take  her out of school.   She became so afflicted that she could not hold a cup  to her  lips  without  suddenly  losing  hold of it.    T knew from tlie first by  the symptoms that her  ailment was  St. Vitus dance, and despaired of sco-  ine her cured, ns it was looked on as  such a. hopeless ailment.   She became  so bad that she could not hold herself  still   for  the  space  of    ten  seconds.  Her  hands  or  feet were  continually  moving and last of all she would contort her features so that she was losing her natural  expression.    At this  ] stage T chanced on a paper containing  a testimonial in favor of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills,  describing the cure of a  little  girl   afflicted   as   mine  was.    T  hastened to pet a couple of boxes of  the Pills,  nnd  by tho time she had  used them T noticed a decided change  for the bettor, nnd purchased a  further supplv.   By the time she had taken seven boxes she was entirely cured.    Although she seemed thoroughlv  cured T was afraid the disease might  return  again,  but it never did,  and  i sho  has   since   cnioyed   the   best   of  health.   T cannot thank Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills enough for what they did  for my child, nnd T hope my experience may bo of benefit to someone  afflicted  a<- m*- dnn-rhtpr wns."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold r>v  nll medicine dealers or may be obtained bv mail nt, fiO cents a-box or  <*i\- bnx-<*<* for S2 5" from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  THE "LAST  SUPPER."  Sir Pompcy���������I say, Blaggs, you've  got a fin������ lot of ancestors.  Mr. Blaggs���������Bless ycr 'eart, Sir  Poinpey, they ain't mine���������they're the  children's.���������Ally Sloper's.  A Sad Case.  Ready  Reasoning.  They stood before a reproduction  of tlie Venus of Melos.  "Her. hands must have been beautiful," said one.  "Very," assented the other. "I wonder what position they were in?"  "I havo a theory that she was represented as busied at her toilet. One  hand probably held a small mirror."  "And the other a powder puff, eh?  But that theory won't work."  '   "And why not?"  "Had she been at her toilet her  mouth would have been full of hairpins."  Comfort for the Dyspeptic���������There  is no ailment so harassing and exhausting as dyspepsia, which arises  fiom defective action of the stomach  and liver, and tlie victim of it is to  be pitied. Yet he can find ready relief in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, a  preparation- that has established itself by years of effective, use. There  are pills that arc widely advertised  as the greatest ever compounded, but  not one of them rank in value with  Parmelee's.  A  LOST JOKE.  Man  Met a Bidder.  "Do you intend to make o bid for  public applause?"  "Certainly not," answered Senator  Sorghum. "You don't bare to bid for  applause. It is one of the few things  needed that you can get for nothing."  ���������Washington Star.  "I know wiiat's passing in your  mind," suddenly said the maiden as  the habitually silent caller stared at  her. "I know, too, why you are calling here night after night, appropriating my time to yourself and keeping other nice young men away. You  want me to marry you, don't you?"  "[���������I do!" gasped the young man.  "I thought so. Very well; I will. '  ���������Judge.  House  flies  sprsad   contagious  diseases  such  as  typhoid fever,  scarlet  fever,   smallpox    and    consumption  Wilson's Fly Pads kill the flies and  the disease germs too.  Neighbor��������� Bertie, your mother is  calling you.  Bertie���������Yes'm, I know it, but I fancy she don't want me very badly;  Neighbor���������But she has called you  seven times already.  Ifcrtic���������I know, but she hasn't  called "Albert" yet. ��������� Philadelphia  Inquirer.  Confidence.  Cynicus-I love-  Miss Anted*���������All!    I've suspected It  all along���������vou naughty man!  C.vnicus��������� I love the delicious freedom  of bachelorhood.  Miss     Antcck-r'.nite!-Ohio    State  Journal.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  v          "You can always tell an actor whose  season has not been prosperous," said  Mr. Stormington Barnes.  "How?"  "He won't talk with you five min-  j utes without saying that the public  doesn't appreciate art."���������Washington  Star.  A  Positive Defense.  Wife���������This looks black against yon  . nurliand-WhnlV  \YirV--The imh- I found In your  pocket-"KiMum fur my typewriter."  Husband���������Black! I v,as sure I ordered purple ink.������������������Baltimore American.  Would Be Imitator of a Wiiity  Made a Ludicrous Finish.  Congressman Quarlcs used to tell  this: "I was a guest of a leading  banker at dinner, one of your New  York giants of finance, who had invited nearly a score'of us to eat a bit,  drink a bit and swap notions. Everything was lovely until the fifth course.  Tho waiter was bringing iu what appeared on the menu as 'languo fumee  aux episards,' what wo common old  roustabouts call smoked beef tongue*  with spinach���������aud my favorite dish  He tripped at the door and spilled th������'  tongue and greens on the carpet The  host, equal to the occasion, relieved us  all, especially the waiter, by saying  jovially: There's no harm done, gentlemen,   "fis merely a lapsus linguae.'  It--\vuo- about ~lhc-~cIc-rcrcot   pit*.*-- o*-  words I ever heard.  "Among the guests was a Broadwaj  merchant, up from the gutter, worth  about $3,000,000 and proud of his ro-  cahulary, which was not unlike Mrs.  Malaprop's," continued Quarles. "lie  shook with merriment at the banker's  wit. Tho happy effect induced him .to  give a dinnetvthe following week, with  about the same guests, and, as I hap  pened to learn afterward, he had directed his servant to let fall a piece ot  roast beef on the lloor. The servant  faithfully performed his part. Down  went a splendid first cut, weighinj  about fifteen pounds, the delicious  juices spattering everywhere. We all  foil hurt at the accident. Some evec  groaned. 'Be not uneasy, my friends,'  chirruped the would bo witty host  * 'tis   only   a   lapsus   linguae.'"  Three packets of Wilson's Fly Pads  cost twenty-live cents, and will kill  more flies than twenty-five dollars'  worth of sticky paper.  C7rf^%7?5^  "We're been pretty bad oflE at times,  eh,.Stumpy 7"  "Sure we have!"  "Well, it ain't a circumstance toi  how them swell.**, soin* of 'era. has lei.  live. Yestidd* I heard one er tlioin  real sersiety witnmin say she an' hei  hiislmn' had heen liriu' In their trunk?  for two years!"  Her Own Affair.  "What do you think you are going to  hatch out of that doorknob and that  piece of brick?" sneeringly asked the  old rooster.  "I'll hutch a skyscraper If I want to,'  squawked the old hen fiercely. "Yon  go and attend to your own affairs  fin running this branch of the busl-  ���������i'-sh."--Chicago Tribune.  The Cleanly Hen.  A little girl slaying -in the country  for the first time saw n lieu scratching  in the garden.  .  "Oil, mother," she exclaimed, "there's  a hen wiping her boots!   Do look!"  Oh, life of earth la a sad, sad life I  Wo meet today, and wo part.  Today wo gather Ihe roses and laugh;  Tomorrow there'll grief In tho heart.  A nautical Insult. v  Corald-Weally. Ilowace, you oughi  lo demand satisfaction of that Smith  fellah.   He insulted yon lawst night.  IIorace-Dcnh mo, what did ho say':  Genilil-Wliy,   at    the   club,   whep  -somebody awsked what your pwlvutc  signal wax, Siiillb said he wasn't snref  f but he thought It was an absent flag.  j by Jorel-I'ut'k.  The Helpmate.  The author's young wife burst In on  him joyously.  "Oh, Milt," she cried, "I know now  why Scribblers' Magazine lias returned  nil your stories."  Milton Wlskar seemed to see light.  "Why Is It?" he demanded, with  hopeful eagerness.  "It Is because you have always inclosed stamps," said the young woman.  "Haven't you ever read the notice on 't  the editorial page, which says that no j  .MSS. are returned unless stamps are  inclosed?"���������New York Press.  Concret-  fomDstones.  While   the  application  of  concrete  in   the   manufacture   of   tombstones  seems   rather  a  gruesome  one,  say-*  Cement Age, still the ancients associated tho tomb with the highest artistic impulse.    The manufacture of  concrete   tombstones  is   rapidly   becoming an important industry in  itself, so great is tho economy of concrete.    The   results   already   accomplished  suggest the   possibilities   of  the  future.    With   concrete   as   thi  structural material there is no limit  to    the   opportunity   of    tho    artist.  Whether the concrete be so molded  as to make the ornamental features  nn integral  part of tho structure or  whether  it   be   incrusted   with   terra  eotta in subdued tones, tho opportunity exists for the exorcise of the best  artistic    talent.     Designs    formerly  made  in   marble  or  granite  can  be1  roadily   reproduced   in   concrete  and  at considerably smaller cost.  Snagging  Salmon   In Alaska.  I saw Indians on the Chilcat rlra  fishing day and night. The fishcrmai  walked along the bank carrying a pol<  on the eud of which was a barblesi  steel hook.  Tossing the book end of tho pole Inb  the stream, ho turned it so that tin  elbow rested ou the bottom. Then hi  gently drew the pole back and forth  and when he felt a fish strike th<  shaft lie knew that a salmon was prob  ably crossing over the pole, so he gan  it a quick jerk, drove the hook iut*  the fish's side and hauled it up on' th!  bank.  This Is called snagging salmon.���������For  as* aud Stream.  Work It Out.  .A man buys a pair of shoes for ?J  ���������ind hands the shoemaker a ten dolla'  ���������ill. The shoemaker goes to a grocoi  next door lo hare the bill changed and  then glrcs his customer $7 change  After the latter has gone the grocei  rushes in and declares that the ten  dollar bill was a counterfeit. Th<  ���������lioemaker "gives him liro good'ont.  ���������lotlnr bills, a two dollar bill and $3 h  change for it. How much has tto  ���������lioemaker lost?  Excavating.  (.'addle (to golfer, who has been dig-  ring gashes In the turf all tho way  ���������Hound the course)���������You be a stranger  ;o these parts, I suppose?  Golfer���������Well, not exactly a stranger  I was horn here, and air my folks arc  hurled hereabouts.  Caddie (as the golfer skies another  piece' of turf wltb his driver)���������I (loot  yoii'li no get deep enough with your  driver; you'd bettor tak' your Iron.���������  Glasgow Bailie.  !^^'***?-'?rf!K-���������������t?'*iP^.'r#?-:*y!?*%  An Eager Parent,  "Jack Is so britvel    He went rtghl  into tho library and said to father, 'J  want to marry your daughter.'"  "And what did your father say?"  "He said:  'Good!    Which one?"*-  Lippiucott's.  Singular Story,of tha Masterpiece of  Leonardo da Vinci.  Molderlug away ou tho wall of ue  old monastery In Milan, Italy, hangs  the famous "Last Supper" of Leonardo  da Vlucl. Like every masterpiece, .the  painting required mauy years of pa-  llcut labor, and as a result of that  labor it is perfect in its naturalness  of expression and sublime lu its story  of* love. Iu addition to these qualities,' ''t  It has an incident' In its history that  contributes not a little toward making  It the great teacher that it Is.  It is said that the artist, in painting  the faces of the apostles, studied tho  countenances of good meu whom he  knew. < When, however, he was ready  to paint the face of Jesus in the picture ho could find none that would  satisfy his conception.' The face that  would serve as a model for the face of  Christ must be dignified iu its simplicity and majestic iu its sweetness.  After several years of, careful search  the painter ' happened to meet, one,  Pietro Bandinelli, a choir boy of exquisite voice, belonging to the cathedral. Being struck jby the beautiful  features aud tender manner that-bespoke an angelic soul, tho artist Induced tho boy to be the study for the  painting of the face of Jesus.  All was done most, carefully and  reverently, but the picture was as yet  incomplete, for the face of Judas was  absent. Again the painter, with the ,  zeal of a true lover of his art, sot about  in search of a countenance that might  serve for the face of tho traitor, Some  years passed before his search was rewarded and the picture finally completed. As tho artist was about to dismiss tho miserable and degraded  wretch,who had been his awful choico  tho man looked up at him anil said,  "You hare painted me before." Horrified and dumb with amazement, the  painter learned that the man was Pietro Bandinelli. During those intervening years I'ictro had been at Home  studying music, had met with evil  companions, had given himself up lo  drinking and gambling, had fallen into  shameful dissipation and crime. Tho  face that now was the model for the  face of Judas had once been the model  for   the   faco  of   Christ.  TOURING THE  PROVINCES  tf  //  '*2Zt  ��������� It is worth your consideration���������fhe perfection of fit,  style and finish at the minimum of cost. 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Below wc tabulate the various towns that Mr. Greene  will visit on his tour, together with approximate  dates of his arrival in each town:  Vancouver, Grand View       .; Sept.   7th.  Kamloops, Dominion  Hotel Sept. 21st.  Revelstoke,   Hotel   Revelstoke ' Sept. 24th.  Calgary,  Queen's  Hotel Sept. 28th.  Edmonton,  "The  Alberta"' ..: Oct.   5th.  Battleford,  Windsor  Hote! Oct. 12th.  Prince   Albert/Queen's   Hotel   ..   ..       '..  .' Oct.  15th.  Saskatoon,. Iroquois   Hotel Oct. 19th.  Regina,   "The  Clayton" Oct. 22nd.  Brandon, "The Empire"  ....   .    .. ���������.. Qct. 29th.  Portage la Prairie, The Leland ......*. r"0Vi   ^:|i.  Start the Day flight by Eating  for Breakfast with milk" or crearn and a little  fruit. It is a Muscle-Building food, easily digested by the most delicate stomach. ��������� '  Puts   Vim   and   Vigor into tired nerves and weary brains.  SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. 1053  ALWAYS,  EVERYWHERE    IN    CANADA,  ASK   FOR  B  Eddy's Matches have hailed from Hull since 1851���������and  /ears of Constant Betterment have rosulted in Eddy's  reaching   a   Height  of   Perfection attainod by No Others.  Sold  and   used   everywhere   In   Canada.  these  67  Matches  ���������HH ������������������������������������urn iijEijjipi ���������ujiPra^Eama--Br|--������H~l  * U "f?i j ; ������������������'''*;>%&'"(!;->-.,  W.   N.   U.   No.   706.  Indignant Disclaimer.  Vnnlllii neiuie��������� How odd! That solid  '.-old ring of yours mnla'3 n black miirl;  iround your fltif-er. Hazel Nutt���������Tim  rliiff didn't mnke that mnrk, That-1  ���������.lint's dirt!���������riih'njro Tribune.  -.,      How-It Goes.  ISnrnes���������Ilowea snys he hnd the time  of his life Inst uight.  nhedd���������That accounts for IL Howes  is terribly down In tho mouth this  morning. Looks as though he hadn't a  friend In tho world.���������Boston Transcript  Before Taking.   *  "But I thought," complained tho sitter,  "tliat you  gavo your customers  thirty days' time?"         "We merqly permit them to bcllevo  j that so they will look pleasant," ro-  piled tho Dhotoirranlier.���������Iloiistnu Pnut'  It Were.  The Powder, Manufacturer��������� Fancy  old Bill of all people, going into the  gunpowder shed with a lighted candle.  I should have thought that that would  be the last thing he'd do.  Tho Workman��������� Which, properly  spenkin', it were, sir.���������Sketch.  A pleasant medicine for children:is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and thoro is nothing bettor for driving  worms from the system.  "Where did Maudio get that clandy  $500 gown?" _"  '.'She earned it by .writing an article  on 'How to Dress on $50 a Year'."���������  Judge. .",������������������'.'  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  Robinson Crusoe named his man Friday,  "I wanted a week-end party," ho explained.  Herewith joy reigned unconfined,  ���������Now York Sun.  Light Freights.  On board one of the Scottish steamers which have been built with exceedingly light drnft to get over tho  frequent shallows of one of tho rivers  in Scotland, a Yankee tourist remarked to the captain, a shrewd old  Scotsman:���������  "I guess, skipper, that you think  nothing of steaming across a meadow  when there has been a heavy fall of  dew."  "That's so,", replied tho captain,  "though occasionally-wo hue tno send  a man ahead wi' a wak-rng baa "���������  Tit-Cits. ��������� ���������  Corns, cause much suffering, hut  ITolloway's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  suro. and satisfactory relief.  "Were you scared when you got  25,000 feet high?" ,  "A little," acknowledged tho.intre-^*-  j)id woman who climbed mountains.  "You know, tlio glare of tho snow is  just terrible on tho   complexion."���������  Philadelphia Ledger.'  -f  1  H  /  t  y.-j  .1  ���������'������  !i  ���������a  mo\    ,-,  mmmmmmmm THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  THE dull white or  tlie g-lossy finish"  on laundered linen is  a matter of  taste���������to  , get either  finish perfect is  a  matter of  using  Celluloid Starch. *  -Just add lukewarm  1 water���������soaks  into  fabric without'rub-'  .'.bing.'and-stiffens ������^ - ,    ���������  perfectly.- The edge or point of the iron  will give'the, gloss?    ,,-.     ;   '-      *  Never Sticks.' Requires no Cookintf  - Depression' in -Japan. \  Many of the' Japanese porcelain  factories, .it is said, are not paying  . expenses, and production has been  reduced;by 30 to 40 per cent. In Tsu-  makirnura 28 of the" 80 porcelain' factories have suspended,-owing'to the  decrease in American and Chinese  imports. , ,  Mrs.'Hayrick (at the village post-  office)���������I was expecting a postal card  from my mother-in-law saying what  tt-,?'18 wns cominS to visit me.  Village Postmaster (absentlv)���������She  will be down Wednesday. Why���������er-  er���������here's the postal.  They were on their honeymoon and  wore climbing the Schnupfelgapfen-  spitzont Peak, and she stood above  him some twenty feet. "What ho!"  he gasped. "What do you see?"  . "Far. far below," she cried. "I see  a long white streak, stretching like a  paper ribbon back almost to our  hotel." . .-.  _ "Ha, ha!" he ejaculated.'-"I'll het  it's that blessed hotel bill overtaking  us!" And they proceeded onward and  upward.���������New Haven Register.  The Best Liver Pill.���������The action of  the liver is easily disarranged. .4  sudden chill, under exposure to the  elements, over-indulgence in some favorite food, excess in drinking, are  a few of the causes. But whatever  mnv b<* the cause, Parmelee's Veee"  tnble Pills can be relied unon as the  best corrective that can be taken.  They nre the leading liver pills and  thoy havo no superiors among such  preparations. 1  POLITENESS PAYS.   .  Nothing to Lose by Cultivating Good  Manners.  Have you ever had a woman tell you  that-she would uot say "Please" and  "Thank you" to servants?    They are  such short little words tliut any child  can utter them; but.* truth to tell, children of the present day are not taught  to use them when addressing servants.  A little politeness goes a long way and  helps  to lubricate  the  wheels of domestic  affairs   fully   as   much   as  oil  applied to machinery.    There Is  frequently as much  friction in  the one  case as in the other.   Then why not apply the same method?   Politeness and  tact should'go hand in hand.   An order given'with a .smile and "Please"  will, in all probability, be better carried out and   more  quickly  executed  for the little word, ,and if a "Thank  you" is added when the service is finished   what' harm   can   possibly ' be  done?    There  is.certainly nothing to  lose by cultivating good  manners-lf  you have uot them already.    In fact,  the gain Is on the side of the well bred  woman who requites each, little service with a "Thank you."   "Good manners are a  greater factor In success  than mental ability." said a savant. ' It  Is  undoubtedly   a   well  acknowledged  fact that bewitching manners go far  to secure a person social success.   The  inference, naturally, Is that good manners nre an inheritance that tho possessor/was raised In a refined and cultivated (atmosphere���������In   other   words,  was "to the manner born."   Beauty is  n divine girt and wins favor readily,  hut   beauly   without   good   breeding  soon  fails to satisfy.' and  the person  Is apl to be looked upon as one whose  birth was not all that it should have  been.   The old saying, "Beauty is but  skin-deep," should be a warning to the  fortunate possessor, who  relies  solely  on its charm.  It fades all too soon, and  unless there are other staying qualities the disappointment will be great  when   the   .inevitable   change   takes  place.    Each one influences some one  else.    Our  milliners and  sayings  are  Imitated more than we are aware. -So  it  behooves each   person   to be  very  careful of word and act,* for surely our  manners are reflected in those around  us.       <  CHAPEL ROYAL STORIES  uHURCH   HAS   BEEN   SCENE   OF  INTERESTING'EVENTS..  To  Be   Married   In  Chapel   Royal   Is  ., One of the Greatest Honors to Be  Achieved  In  England���������Royal Wed-  , dings.Have Been  Held There For  Centuries ��������� Bishop  Who  Disliked  Ogling   Introduced  High  Pews. ���������  Enpeck's will wns being drawn -up  bv the lawyer. "I hereby -bequeath  ������������������11 mv pronorty to mv wife," dictated  En-iock.    "Got that down?"  |'Yes," answered the attorney.  ti "On condition," continued Enpcck'  "that she marries within a vearr"  "But whv that condition?" asked  the man of law.  "Because," answered the meek and  lowly testator. "I-want somebody to  be sorry that I died."  WHY THEY LAUGHED.  All  HOW'S THIS?  W<* offer One IT������ndred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can  not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure  F   J. Cheney k Co., Toledo, 0.  We. the undersigned, have known  F J. Ch<*ney for thp last 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honor-'itle in il'  business transactions, nnd financiall*--  nhle to carry out any obligations made  by his firm.      ,  Wnldinsr. Kinnnn & Marvin,  . Wholesale Drugeists, Toledo. 0  Hall's Catarrh Cure'is taken intern  nllv-: acting dircct.lv upon the blood  nndmucmis surfaces nf -the,system  TesHmnninls sent free. Price. 75c. per  bofile.    Sold   bv   all   Dmegists  Tnke Hall's Family Pills for cons'ti  pation.  "T have been abroad in the best ��������� f  society, "-'^ boasted the city youth.  "Whv even mv trunks bear the labels  of Switzerland."  "Gosh, that's nothings sonny,"  di-wled his rural uncle. "So docs  a, box yof choese."--Chicago News."  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Tf at first you don't succeed ask  them" for one of the en\v jobs with  tlie high salaries.���������Galveston News.  A Chinese Accessory That Made  the Mischief.  A girl whose loi.g pongee coat has  been the admiration of her friends all  this season is seriously considering  never wearing it again. Thero is no  question as to the style and art of the  wrap, a long, flowing affair with fascinating plaits and big sleeves that float  In the smallest sum me:- breeze. Its  decoration is a triumph, for the girl  hied herself to Chinatown and bought  embroideries to use as insets and panels, one of the most fascinating being  a black silk band not more than two  inches wide. Its length is about two  yards, and it is almost solidly covered  with embroidery in old blues. At each  end Is a long black tassel. This band,  you see. has been put around tho low  nock, so that the two ends fall free al-  niost to the bottom of the coat  So "far so good,  but one day'while  wearing tho clonk she carried her husband's collars to a  Chinese laundry.  Being by no means a dull  person, it  took her but a moment to see that all  laundry operations censed as soon' as  she entered aud that she had become  an object of unqualified interest    Almost simultaneously it dawned on her  why.  It was her Chinese embroideries.  To the man waiting ou her she said,  pointing to her coat trimmings:  "You recognize them?"  "Les, les," quoth  he of the pigtail.  "Chinaman hold up trousers with that,"  and he pointed to the beautiful long  narrow black embroidered band. -  Ihe Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace,*- where. Miss Keid, daughter of  tne American Ambassador, was married to the Hon. John Ward, Lord  Dudley s brother, and equen'j to the  King, is little known to the vast'majority of Londoners.  Visitors to the-metropolis who make  a   point   of  seeing   all   the   historic  buildings  to which  they  can  obtain  access   says The London Daily Mail,  well  know   the   unostentatious   position of the chapel, which is entered  from what is called the Color Court  of tho Palace.   But to how many'ordinary   Londoners   who   wend   their  way through the courts of the palace,  past   the   sentries   who   keep   watch  and guard  beneath the Henry VIII  gateway, as a near cut from .Pall Mall  to Bclgravia, does the large'window  to the right of the-poxtal m<-an more  than a mere window?-  Yet inside the edifice lighted by-it  kings and princes have been married and havo worshipped for hundreds of years and many" babies of  high degree havo boon baptized. It  was in that chapel that King Charles  I. attended service before 'walking  through the park to the headsman's  block in Whitehall.  It is a mark of great honor to receive permission froin the King to be  wedded in the Chapel Royal, which  is one of the "peculiar" and "cxtra-  -paroclnal places of worship in the  realm, and not often is the little edifice used.-for the celebration of- the  nuptials of a subject. Queen' Victoria  and Prince Albert were married in  the Chapel Royal, St. James's, and  their daughter, the Princess' Royal  v-as wedded there to the Crown Prince  ot Irussia, afterward the Emperor  I'redenck. The present Prince and  .Irincess of Wales were also married  within the small precincts. In former reigns Prince Gcoige of Denmark and the Princess Anne (aftcr-  waid Queen), Frederick Prince of  Walesi and the daughter of the Duke  ityre. M. Barrett,  601 Morenn St.,  Montreal, Bays:  "A   horrid  rash came out all over my baby's -ace and  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the liltle one hours of suffering.    We tried  soap's and powders nnd salves, but he got  no belter.-   He refused his food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious' condition.     I was advibtd to try  Zam-Buk, and did so. , It was wonderful  now it seemed to cool and case the child's  burning, painful skin.    Zam-Buk from the  very commencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and less.    Within a  few weeks my baby's, skin   was  healed  completely.    He has now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore^ Not only to, but cured of the tor-  mentingskin trouble, he has improved in  general health."  J    Zam-Buk Is ������old at all -tore- and medicine ven-  JUori, 50c. a box, or post free from Zam-Biik Co.,  lloronto, for price, 6 boxes for $-.50.   A ceriain cure  I Tor .11 skin di-easen, outs, burns, etc., and for piles,  mm  ; Good English.  A French lady living in   America  engaged a carpenter-to do some work  tpr her at  a stipulated price.    She  wfts surprised  later  to  find  that   hp    -      i -   ,���������  charged more than the p ice agreed   1D/^fls lme'  upon.    When  ������h���������  ntto..'i"i    ������gle_-     ?f  Hungary  FISHING SUPERSTITIONS.  /      ��������� '     Various Queer Notions Exist All Over  the World.  In  British  Columbia   the   Indiana  ceremoniously went to meet the first  salmon and in flattering voices "tried  to win their favor by  calling them  all chiefs.  Every   spring   in   California   the  Karaks   used   to   dance   for  salmon.  Meanwhile one of1 their number se-'  eluded himself in the mountains and  fasted for ten days.   Upon his return  he   solemnly   approached ;the "river,  took  the  first* salmon of the <catch,  ate some of 'it and with the remainder   lighted   a   sacrificial   in e. "The  same Indians laboriously climbed to  the mountain .top" after the poles for  the spearing, booth,  being convinced  that if they were gathered where the  salmon were watering no fish would  be caught.  Very  widespread,   in  fact,  is   this  native belief,-pf the necessity'of caution   whenever  Adam - is   on   fishing  bent. ..... ' *  In Japan among the primitive race  of the Ainos even 'the women left at  home are not allowed to talk, lest  "the fish may hear and disapprove,  while the first fish is. always brought  in through a window instead of a-  door s'o the other fish may not see."  ; The "-Eskimo women of Alaska  ��������� never sew while the men are fishing,  and should any mending be imperative they do it shut up in little tents  out of sight of the sea.  Under no circumstance on the  northeast coast of Scotland will a  fisherman at sea mention certain objects on land, such as "minister,"  "kirk," "swine," "dog," etc., and  the line will surely bo lost if a pig  is seen while baiting it. As on the  land chickens must not be counted  until they are hatched, .so at sea  fish must not.be counted until they  arc caught. It is good luck *to find  mice nibbling among the 'nets. A  horseshoe nailed to tho mast will  help, and a herring caught and salted down will produce wonders.  In the Shetland islands a cat must  not be mentioned before a man baiting Jns line, and among the Magyars  XT a      flg]10rrnan       W--J        J.urn  HIRING SILK HATS.  Aged London Hatter Drives Flourishing Trade In United States.  Top-hatters have an ally in the person of Mr. Christopher Clarke, who^  outside his shop in Houghton street,  just off Kingsway, London, England,  has displayed a notice which reads.  Gentlemen's silk hats lent on hire  ior^ weddings and funerals."    ,  "I   started   in   business   in   1834,"  said  tho   veteran - hat-maker,   "when  the trade in silk hats'was far more  extensive  than it is now.    But silk-  hats nowadays last much longerrbe-  cause they are takorf',better care of','  and  whon  they  do  become   'dowdy',  they can  easily- bo .remade equal  to  new.    Well, it was not till'three or  four years ago, to try to retain some  of the trade which was slipping away,  that I adopted the method of lending  silk hats on hire.. ���������   .  "My customers are chiefly folk up  from the country, who.find their caps  or felt hats not quite the correct  thing for wear in London,--.but on  many occasions I have customers  who practice in the Law Courts, and  many who hold well-paid posts in  the neighborhood of the Strand.  Frequently people who are looking  for work come to me, for they declare  that thoy will have a bettor chance  of securing employment with.a glossy  silk hat Most * of my patrons are  people of humble means, who want to  attend a wedding or funeral suilabiv  attired in that hall mark of Britih  respectability, a fop-hat. These man  as a rule, cannot afford lo buv a hat  outright, so hire ono from-me "for the  occasion. My usual charge is ono  shilling a day."  Get your blood right by using Dr.  A. W. Chase's Nerve Food "and Rheumatic pains will  disappear.   '  Rheumatism and diseases of tha  nerves are closely allied���������both are due  to thin, watery and impure blood.  Have you ever noticed that it is  when you are tired, weak, worn" out  and exhausted 'that the rheumatism  gives you tiouble.  Well/ if your blood were analyzed  at such times it would be found lack-"  ��������� ing just such elements as are'contained in Dr. A. w. Chasels Nerve Food.  Because this great restorative actually  forms r rich, Lealnnful blood it positively cures rheumatism.  ��������� Mrs. M. A. Clock, Mcaford, Ont.,  writes:���������"! was so weak and helpless'  that I required help to move in bed.  Indigestion   and   rheumatism   caused  ,great suffering. By the use of eleven  boxes-of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food'I  have been made strong and well."  Toi-trait and signature of A. W.  Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book  author, on every box. 50 cents at all  dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co..  Toronto.  rs  '������������������\  RECORD SPENDTHRIFTS.  ZZrI%h%TZ^Lr������  he"    backandwait;ove7rtkle'if'^me^  English-failed her, and she said:  'You are dearer .to me now   than  - -      --   .-v    juv,    nvn        I/Hell  when  wo  were  first  engaged."���������Sue  cess Magazine.  Coburg"and George IV. and'Queen  Caroline were united there.  It is commonly reported in descriptions of the Chapel .Royal that it is  uninteresting in appearance, small  and devoid of beauty, save for the  Holbein coiling, with its exquisitely  colored panelling, among which a  short inscription nnd the date 1540,  with the name of Henry VIII., are  discernible Small it is���������it measures  only sixty-two feet long and seats  only about 200 persons���������but so well  proportioned,    despite   its    galleries  Requisite on the Farm.���������Every farmer should keep a supply of Dr  Ihomas' Eclcctric Oil on hand, not  only as a ready cure for ills in tlvj  family; but because it is a horse and  cattle medicine of groat potency. As  a substitute for sweet oil for hors������-  and cattle affected by colic it far surpasses anything that can be admin-'  istcred.  looks  Tom���������Of  course -the    bride  lovely, as brides always do.  Nell���������Yes, but the bridegroom does-  n t look altogether fit. Seems rather  run down.  th-ii tho'niYimor"'-'"' "������ e"cl������-'B������ I Tom-Run down? Oh, yes. Caught  ;= *w V*il ? ''-IPrcssion conveyed laJ^ a long chase.- Philadelphia  is that of the stateliest dignity. The I Press. l  The Place for a Record.  "Ts this a good place to fish?".  "Well,"  answered  Farmer Corntos-  sel.   "if  I  was  a  Teg-lnr   snortsman,  looking fur a record, I should say it's  . 'bout as a good place to'fish as they  is."  "What kind of fish do you catch?"  "I didn't say anything 'bout cntch-  in' fish. I was just talkin' 'bout fish-  in'. ^ If vou was to fish in this pond  nn' catch a sure 'miff fish.-you'd set a  pnef that 'ud have the whole State  talkin' 'bout -.   *!"���������Exchango.  Her Telephone Hour.  A girl whose engagements are uiany  and who is therefore out a good deal  has established a telephone hour.    In  this way her friends are always sure  of catching her on the wire, and she  comes. In  for many  unexpected  good  times that otherwise might be missed.  Until she did this It wns almost impossible to get her.  Now If sho is not  at home at the telephone time she calls  up the house nnd tells the maid where  she may be reached. The arrangement  works to a charm, she says, and uoth  ing would Induce her to go hack to the  haphazard fashion of any and no time.  ,  HEALTH AND  BEAUTY.  you need Stanfield's  BLACK LABEL  Underwear.  It is the heavy weight-  woven especially for severe  Winter weather.  With this warm, snug-  fitting ������������������ Underwear next  your skin, you won't mind  how low the thermometer  goes.  Look for the Black Label.  ������$tanfield's  Unshrinkable  Und erwear   i40  Weakly children are very liable to  have sties. Cood diet and cod liver  oil or malt are the best remedies.  For dark circles under the eye** regular living, simple diet, deep breathing and nutritious food are unfailing  spe* ilics.  A diet of white of egg. whipped to a  stiff froth nnd taken three times dally.  Is a tine prescription for a thin contour  of face.  '��������� To reduce wide nostrils a lotion of  fnnnin and camphor carefully mixed  Iu ci]iial proportions and faithfully ������p-  plied will Invariably yield good results.  . For sunken cheeks one ounce of lanolin mixed with one-half ounce of  cocoa butter and .rubbed into-the face  with a rotary and upward motion is an  accepted specific.  Small wisps of hnlr will stay In curl  much longer If just before the hair Is  curled with the.bi-nted irou the locks  are dampened with hay rum. This  orten proves very- helpful on dump  days.  r.eara to dance. Dancers arc fine  walkers. Dance fifteen minutes every  day. It will make you more limber in  the unused muscles. When you walk  try to relax a llttlo. Most walkers  walk as If they were trying to walk a  -.rack.   They walk stiffly.  royal_gallery faces the altar; at one  side is the organ gallery, and there  are galleries for peers and peeresses,  momhevs ol Parliament and other  privileged  persons.  On the floor of the chapel there are  old-fashioned pews, and the quaintest are those reserved as seats of  honor at the sides of the altar. Even  lor   morning-a--, inuc   tho   cha,-cl   very  frequently lias to be lighted throughout, and when from each sconce a  candle gleams the "effect is beautiful  More so is it. when to the candles  llowcrs are added in crlorious profusion. For a royal wedding the pews  are removed and low seats take their  place. ,  Bishop    Burnet    "lodr-ed    a    complaint    in  his  day  to  the  Princess  Anne (afterward Queen) against    the  ogling and sighing which  wns ever  b:ing   indulged    in   nt    the   Chapel  Koyal.-   beetling that the pews might  be raised higher and made into closets, as* in fact they afterward  were.  It was Queen Anne who in the first  year of her reign ordered "the Yeoman of Her Majesty's removing wardrobe ' to provide three umbrellas for  the   Chapel  Royal  and  two   for' the  Ante-Chapel.  # Curious royal warrants and orders  m connection with the conduct of  services and attendance in the Chapel  Koyal are extant. In 1G22 it was  decreed��������� by James I.  that:  "Noe man whatsoever presume to  wayte upon us to tho'Chappel in  bootes and spurs."  Charles II. ordered for the chapel  through Lord Sandwich, "Master of  our Great Wardrobe,"- the following  aticles connected doubtless with the  .upholstery and lmating arrangements  of tho sacred edifice, as well as with  the services:  "Item���������two bare hydes of oxe leather.  "Item���������three thousand of tenter-  hookes, three hamers, one fire shovel,  one pare of tongs, three black jacks,  tb-ce gispens, two brushes, one perfuming nan of iron, six hourc glasses,  and a pain*, of strong iron andirons;  and that you content and pay for  m.iking the premises."  fn explanation of these curious appliances it may bs added that black  jacks were large mugs made of leath-  ci, used in those days for the serving  ol small beer, and that a gispen was  .a  small   pot  or  cup,  also  made  of  iCiither.    The perfuming pan of iron  would  be used for the incense burnt  upon special occasions in the Chapel  Koyal. and the hour glasses probably  to rc-latc the length of the sermons.  T>*.    .n days of long sermons George  III., who was a regular attendant at  the services, used to bo left alone at  the conclusion of them, according to  an  old  story, with  his equerry and  tho parson "to freeze it out together,"  the Queen nnd the royal family having dropped out one by ono from tho  chapel.    It is narrated of the same  monarch that he used to beat limo  ���������with his music roll while the anthem  was being sung, and incidentally bang  the powdered polls of his pages when  thoy were unattentive.  a woman wearing a white apron.  Every year the natives of the Duke  of York island decorate a canoe with  flowers and fern, fill it with shell  money and cast it adrift "to com-  ponsate the fish for their fellows  caught "and oaten."  It was - always the custom of the  Maoris, the primitive inhabitants of  New Zealand, to put the first fish  that they caught back into the sea  "with a prayer that it might tempt  other fish to come and be caught.."  If the fish did not come soon  enough in British Columbia the Indians used to ernnluy a wizard, who  made an image of a swimming fish  and put it in the water,to attract  live fish to the bait.  British Inspector In Bankruptcy Tells  Some  Amazing Stories.  rJtr f,nsPTcTct.������/feneral in Bankruptcy for the United Kingdom issued his  [S r������CCJ-tlj7 and ^ve some astonishing particulars of spendthrift ca-  C0��������� case cited is that of a  baronet who came into his title and  an income of $240,000 a year in 188G  when he was 2-1 years old: After 19  years of extravagance he owed $2 295-  000, which was secured by life policies and his life interest in the estate.  Iho policies were 373 in number, and  represented tlie amount of $2,295 000  A special act of Parliament was pass-  ?rL i r?\e?e his en-anglomenfs in  Ij04 but 1���������3 excessive expenditure  continued, and he wont bankrupt last  Explained.  "IIow dare you cut off baby's  curls?"  "Ho  cut  them himself."  "How did lie reach the back of his  head?"    .  "He stood on tho stool."  Attacks of cholera and dysentery  come quickly, there seldom being any  warning of the visit. Remedial action must be taken just as quiclny  if the patient is to be spared great'  and permanent injury to the lining  membranes of tlie'bowels. The readiest preparation for- the purpose s  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.  It can be got at small cost at any  drug store or general dealer's", and it  will afford relief before a doctor can  be called.  "Yes," remarked Farmer Hodge,  "my boy Joe gets a good deal o' fun  out o' motor cars."  "But he doesn't own a'machine."  "Of course not.    He's  ���������   - -----��������� ���������MU���������ura|       v,?our?e not*    He's  one  ������' the  year.   Another case is that of an Eton   constables."��������� Philadelphia  Inquirer  boy,, who owed' *fl5,000 when he left  ���������. - -..��������������� ,..u,u������u iuich ne leu  school, and $175,000 at the age of 21  A third individual was entitled to  property amounting to '$2,235,000 at  the age of 25... Ho spent the greater  part of this amount in advance, and  went bankrupt shortly after his 25th  birthday.  Only the choicest selected hill-grown  tea leaves are used in "Salada" Tea  giving it a delicate fragrance, and de-  i lieions flavor. ji  "Barney's wooden log has been  paining him of late," said Scliolcs to  his wife.  "How can that be?" said Mrs.  Scholes, irritably.  "Mrs. Barney has been thrashing  j him with it," was the explanation ���������  Judge's Library.  Diphtheria is spread by the common  house fly. Wilson's Fly Pads are tho  best fly killers 'known. Refuse unsatisfactory substitutes.  "Dessert," said he, "[ hope is pie."  His manner made her smart.  She was not cross but "her reply,  Was "just a little tart."  ���������Catholic Standard and Times.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I had a bleeding Tumor  on my face,for a long time and tried  a number of remedies without any  good results. I was advised to try  MINARD'S LINIMENT, and after using several bottles it made a complete  cure, and it healed all up and disappeared altogether.  LAVID HENDERSON,  Belleislo Station.  King's Co., N. B  Sept. 17, 1904.  Aunt r-bpzibah's Explanation.  Aunt Hepzib-ih was ' usually a  careful housewife, and things seldom  went wrong under her management,  but one evening she left the lid off  the big canister in which she kept  her best oolong tea, and a half grown  cat' crept inside of it and slept on  the  fragrant  contents. .-   *  Aunt Hopzibah's horror on discovering it fhe next morning was heightened by the fact that ghe was entertaining a friend who was particularly  fond of tea and always used it for  breakfast. " The nearest grocery store  was half a mile away, and nothing  could bo done to repair the mischief.  I'm awfully sorry, Mrs. Wvekoff,"  she sa:d to-her guest at breakfast  time, "but something happened to  my oolong last night, and I've nothing to offer you to take its. place but  ���������cat-nap tea. You'd rather have  coffee than that, I'm sure."  The guest preferred the coffee, and  the story never leaked out until Aunt  Hepzibah told it herself.  AUSTRALIA OFFERS TROOPS.  -Crack  For  The   Marvellous  Lusitaniav  The Cunard liner Lusitania has  made a sensational run across the  Atlantic.  The big turbiner not only lowered  ������ul records for the trans-Atlantic voyage by nearly four hours, but she  also broke  three^other records.  She made the passage in four days  and 15 hours.   The best previous record,  mado  by her on Nov. 8 last  was   four   days,    18   hours  and  40  minutes.   -  On the whole trip of 2,781 miles  the Lusitania made an average speed  of 25.05 knots an hour, a new record,  the previous one being 25.01, made  by her on her record trip last November.  The third record broken is -that for  tho greatest clay's run���������650 knots up  to noon on fhe 17 of August, in which  run she also set a now pace in steaming an average of 25.66 knots for tho  24 hours.  Militiamen    Will   Enlist  , Service   If  Desired.  Col.  Evans,  on  behalf of the  officers and men of the Sixth Australian  infantry Regiment,  one of Victoria's  crack militia corps, has offered to'en-  Is 1?r-1Sei?ICG in India at once,  should the Bombay disturbances continue.  A cable to this effect was sent'to  Sir George Clarke, Governor"of Bombay, who is also the regiment's honorary colonel.  In a letter conveying the offer, Col.'  Evans says: "The effect upon the  present unrest and defiance of authority in India would be incalculable  it it were known that British troops  m India have fighting at their side  comrades from Australia and the Em-  # Mr. Deakin, the Australian Premier regards the offer as chivalrous,  but the Government must consider the  needs of tho situation in India before taking action. -  Your dining room and kitchen can  be kept free from flies by using Wilson's Fly Pads as directed on each  package. Get the genuine Wilson's;  no other killers compare with them.  "Good-night, you precious lamb,"  said the mother, with the liberty one  sometimes takes, even with one's son,  at bedtime.  "Mother," said the small boy, beseechingly, "if you must call me something, wouldn't you just as soon call  me a billy-goat?"���������Youth's Companion.  An Ingersoll Story.  Colonel Ingersoll was  lo speak in  a western town.   As an antidote the  good  people  announced  for the  following night,  "An Answer to Ingersoll.      Cnculais were even scattered  about the hall the night before, and  one was handed to Ingersoll by mistake as he made his way toward the  platform.   He was fairly into his subject when a mule attached to ono-of  the vehicles about the entrance opened up an opposition after tlie manner  of mules.   Ingersoll paused, listened  intently til) the music ceased for an  instant;   then,   shaking   a   menacing  finger in tho   direction   whence   tlie  sound had como, he cried:  "Hold on, there! You stop! Can't  you piny fair? This fs" my evening'  You aro advertised for to-morrow  meht!"  French and English Tastes.  How  far  does  the great  "healthy  British   public"  like  to  sec exhibitions of the horrible?   Certainly not  like the French, for, although Paris  has   abolished   the   publicity  of   tho  morgue, a French company like tho  Grand Guignol can go on year after  year,   and   French   newspapers   will  publish  pictures  of the "corpses and  all   that  sort   of  thing   as   English  newspapers  would   not dare   to   do.  To  call it  "morbid" is  begging the'  question.   It is simply different from  ourselves.  An   Aboriginal   Anchor.  A spirited controversy in New Zealand centres round an old stone anchor which has just been deposited  in the Wellington Museum.   It is alleged on the ono hand that it belonged to Kupe, the famous Maori Columbus of-the  South   Seas,   who   navigating his great canoes from the mysterious  Hawaiki,   was   the  first  discoverer of New Zealand.   On the other  hand,   it   is   contended   that   the  anchor* could not have been Kupe's  because  it was  found   at. Paremata!  whereas Kupe landed-'at Pallisef Bay  and must have left it on the shore  there when ho hauled his canoes up  to   the  Table-lands,   near  Maryborough, and there turned them upside  down.    They   remain   there   to  this  day; or, at any rate, there are three  mounds   there    which    may   be   the  canoes covered by drifting earth and  sand, and among the Maoris the place  is still called Nga-Waka-a-Kupe���������the  Canoes of Kupe.    *-  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff."  Louie���������Uncle, what's chagrin?"  Uncle���������Well, it's what a stout man  feels when he runs and jumps on a  car that doesn't start for half an'hour.  ���������Chicago Daily News.  Would Be Missed.  "I   know   what   you'll   miss   most  about us," said her neighbor, who was'  moving from tho building,  "our telephone, that you have been using.    I  shall never forgot that night you called us up from somewhere where you  had   concluded   to   spend   the   night,'  that you had left your flat unlocked  and were afraid thero was a burglar  In it.    Would we go and see if there  was a burglar in it?  "Wasn't that a nice thing to ask us  to do? , Here I had to get out of bed,-  wake up the hired girl and the elevator man and the janitor and go look'  for that burglar iu your flat! And  after all the trouble he wasn't there.  "Xo, you'll never get such neighbors  as wt- are again, such obliging, burglar hunting neighbors���������never in tha  world!"  'Ganders.  Ganders  are among  the  best  bird  fighters.  A Paradox.  "So you think you sco an opportunity," snld his friend.  "See nu opportunity?" "said the enthusiastic person.  "Yes, sireel  And,  tell  you. It's out of slght!"-ChIcagi  Inter Ocean,  Just Trying.  "You look rather weary, old man."  "Yes.    I've had a trying tlmo this  past week."  "Sick?"  "No, on n Jury,"-Philadelphia Press,  First at Last,"  Stevens works for a Gorman who  is in _ the commission business near  Washington market. Stevens came  near losing his job recently because  of his habit of arriving late at tho  office, and it was not until Schmitz,  his employer, told him if ho was late  again he would be discharged that  he mended his ways.  Now he is telling his friends how  the boss, who never has been ablo to  get the kinks out of the English  language, complimented him for his  punctuality. .  "Harry," said Mr. Schmitz, "I haf  noticod dot you aro early of late."  Stovons nodded and-smiled, and his  employer continued:  "You weio poliind poforo, but now  Eou aro do faimt oi liul"  Heart of the Stork.  Tho Arabs have a superstition that  the stork has a human heart.    When  one of these birds builds its nest on a  housetop (hoy believe th0 happiness of  that   household   Is   insured   for   that  year.  His Definition of Whisky.  The eminent British surgeon. Sir  Victor Horsloy, not only enjoys tho  reputation of being ono of tho leading pathologists, but ho is also known  f-r his wit. Entering his club, tho  Athenaeum, one day, a friend said  to lnm: "Hello, Horsloy I* Can you  tell me what whisky is yet?" "Tho  most popular poison in tho world,  my dear sir," was the prompt retort.  Just a Slip of tho Pen.  Summer   Boarder���������You   wrote   mo  that   mosquitoes   were  nowhero   in'  this neighborhood.  Fanner��������� I reck'n there's somemis-  tako, pardnor. I must o' writ that  mosquitoes wore now horo in the  noi^iborhood.  He Required Time.  Just before Mark Twain's daughter,  Miss Clara Clemens, sailed for Europe  sho attended a reception, nt which sho  met one of the friends or her Hartford  childhood who had been a very small  boy, but had grown to bo an unusually  tall mnn.   Thinking (hat Mnrk might  not remember the friend, she snld to  .her father:  "You remember Tom Jones, father?'  "I  remember part of him," replied  ���������Mark,  peering  up at Jones,  "but it  Booms to me It would take n week to  remember    vll    of    him." - narnoi''"  Weekly. ..  Kitchener's  Garden.  As everyone knows, Lord Kitchener  is one of the most resourceful men  alive, and there is an amusing story  told of how he overcame a difficulty  that occurred in connection with tho  visit   of   tho   Anieer   of   Afghanistan  to India, some tune ago.    Kitchener  desjrod to lay out a beautiful garden  for_ the  benefit of  the  distinguished  visitor,  and hundreds of rare plants  and exotics were brought for the purpose.  Then it was suddenly discovered that, there was no grass with which  to plant tho lawn, and there was no  time to send elsewhere to procure it.  "Sow mustard and cress seed." said  Kitchener; "that will come up in a  ���������day or two."   His advice was taken,  and in a short time there was a magnificent   "lawn"   which   had   a   far  prettier   offect   than   if   it   bad- been  composed of tho, proper article.  Easily Arranged.  A corporal of a famous Irish regi-  mont, while on a march in India,  went lo the quartermaster to borrow  a camel to curry a spare tent. The  quartermaster refused. "I have only  the cart, and this spare camel I am  keeping for a case of emergency."  "Well," said the corporal,'"can't  you put the case of omergoncy on the  cart.and lot mo have tlie camel?"  Descriptive.  Darkaway-Dld you mako lovo ta  any girls at the shore?  Clevorton-Yes. Ono from Boston  and one from New Orleans.  "How wns it?"  "Did you over have chilis nnd fever?"  -Smart Set  The Danger.  The busy man stopped before an office building and leaped from his carriage.    At the same moment an ambitious urchin ran forward and piped: ���������  "Hey, mister, kin I hold yer horse?"  "No, you can't!" snapped the busy  man.  "Won't charge y' much," insisted tho  urchin. ,  "I don't care about the charge," impatiently responded the man, throwing a blanket over his bony steed. "My,,  horse will not-run away." ':  "Gee, mister, I didn't think he'd run  away!"  "No?" '  "No,   I thought he might fall down.",  SPECIAL   TO   GRAIN   SHIPPERS.  It takes years to learn the best methods of handling grain. Wc havo had  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this country, have a branch  oflice nt Fort William and close business connections 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.  Avoid  It is caused by the clogging of th*  bowels and intestines.   Keep the digestion active,  the stomach right  the bowels^ healthy and open with  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cents.'  Frenziod Finance.  nor nushnnd���������I saved $900 today,  Ills .Wife���������flow did you do It?   ' ���������  _ Her ITnsbnnd-Smlth offered to sell  mo his automohllo for that sum, but I  didn't have the iiioney.-Chlcngo News.  Send your nmno .  ._. aiIdro-8 and you will f���������. ���������  lsmpinronn������������������CBJ.T- ft 'ro1* hhiiihIo off  3SKCU?1 S OOMPOLWr* PENNYROYAL I  I fJ^A. A powerful but harmlow vwornhinf  Imodiolno tor slcknosa wSuiiw or wSSoi, I  land all dlsonso- -irisfnn:   liorofrom    a i  [A^nu^-Torm;!.10011"1' lat������U' SpftdIuft'  W.   N.   U.   No.   700.  H^^^^S^HKl^^^i^S^iliMll TIIE , LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,     BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  SALE OF GROWN-GRANTED MINERAL RLAIMS FOR DELINQUENT  TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.  I  I HHKI'IIV tUV'l-; NOTICE that on M'-nday, the 2nd day of November. A. D!  1908, at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at  tin- Court House, in the Citv of Rossland, I shall oiler for sale at public auction the Crown-granted mineral claims hereinafter  set out, of Uk- persons in said list hereinafter set out, foi-tho delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June,  ujos, nnd lor costs and (.-xpenses, including the costs of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B. C , and the price- is $5 a year,  postage "free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address'all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood,'B, C.  R. T. LOWERY,  ���������������������������" ���������' --   PUBLISHER. l*  GREENWOOD   MINING   DIVISION.  i, j w*N 1 ���������:*���������..  Uo-eiih.-iiipl, Sitliu.'\ Arcadia,,.  I-iiisi-iili.it!]>L, Sidney Astoria...  .Mnodv, Icihn A... ." ,'Haltiinore..  Naden. (',. U., and Caiillicld, J. J.       ;Barbara . .  NAMIC OK CLAIM.  Ii-  'l-Mol:  I).   A.,   Oliver,  !���������'.  U., anil I  Dnii^hertv, M.irv (',.  ���������Bee.  .Bengal  iBluejay  .Marliin, I Ii-iu \- T.  K'.-iih', Mii:il.iei II., Nelson, J. W., Price,  M. '!'.,   l'airv,   I-lvau,  and   .Morrison  !. I'.sn-mv S  11  Ma, hi'i. IK-ury T !Bristol   Kimie/ Oil '.rles ''Bulldog   K'uiiev. Clii'rle-i .,   ..  -.Hull Dog Fraction.  P.,:::!!i:.i;i Cr.j.per Co.. I,id    'C. O. If    Cninbit ation .\l. aiiil  M. Co jCoiiihination   I.iml. .'..'!.*,  IVll, Charles N.;  McKeu-    |  ���������ic, 1-Leiiin-tli;  Fuller II   V.; SuviU-r, / '-,.���������,., ������������������,���������  ���������  ,.     ,,     , ���������       ,,     ���������. ,      ',���������,   ��������� i-.    ��������� Coronation   M :  I,n:i im-   II., and   (.���������slate ol A. 1  l!  K'h r, 1',   I >->:;;ii::->ii Copper Co., I.id   l.oii-.nKry-l'IkWorn M. Co., Ltd., N. 1  Mackm/ic, Win., and .Stttlierland, II...,  MiiUlu-v.s, John   I.oiiuei-, i.i-'-n     ! >o;;:iiiici;i i.V.npcr Co., I.id   ("roll! I'.u- Minium Co., Ltd   \Villiaiu-., \V. !*. ; Caineron, 1). A., and I  .Mann, I'. !>.  )'  y.-iii-cnii. C. '.V. if., and Madden If. F...  f 1,1.1 ���������. |. C, ami ilcNicol, Jas   N.i(!<!i'. O. R   .Miiler. O. F. .   .L']j'il:ai!i--I!iiiini!;irv Mining Co   .M.k'v, \\\, and Law, \V. M   Mi'irisuii   .Mines,   Ltd.,   Crane,  ai-d l'ra-er, J. S. C.   . .iCoppernpolis   .. jCrown Silver   LJlvlkhoi-n   , .,  ., jKiilcrprise   . .j Eureka. Fraction..  ! First Ghauce   .  ! Florence Fraction.  . jGold Bus-   't���������olden Eagle.  G'old l-'inch ...  Great  Ilesper.  Hoiuestake   La Plaza   Last Chance...  . jLittlc Chief...  LOT no.  G.  T., /  ...'.... j  Non-.s, \V. I!., and I'.eckwill;, Jas    i;.-::.-ni-,a;i, openoer, and Clougli. Fjiiuia L.  ;:o:--i.:i.[ii!)'., Sidney   Mo;-Nun Mines, Lt'l   ���������C>"'-: ill', C. and Mclntyre JI   I   viv,;voii- Tlios.' I'icka.sou   ni  ews lnhn   Ncrris, \V. IL. and lieckwith, Jas.  K n1;/, Tlionias   .''(-minion Copper Co., Ltd   i 'iiiiiinioif Copper Co.,  Ltd   Riter, (',., ,-iiic!  Bcalichine V.   [Little Buffalo l-'ractioii.  lySjia   Moonlight   Morning Star   Morrison   Mullen   Preston   Putnam   Queen - ,.  S   F". Fraction   Standard   Slcmwindcr   Sv camo re   3135  ���������"���������'34  239 r  :Si7  886  2395  1287  2370  .V56  3641  928  1-158  3365  1852  789  81S  617  3359  44-1 (S)  1470  890  921  ,S'20  KSS7  1892  ���������393  753  1406  1717  2655  1528  2570  654  1850  69. S  3'5������  1335  8;,2  982  5'SS  1578  TAXES DUE.  J 5 5������  12 75  II 25  7 25  11 25  13 00  12 50  10 25  8 00  " 75  12 go  13 00  7 75  3 75  4 75  12 00  > 4 00  7 50  11 25  1 25  10 00  2 75  10 00  13 OO  12 50  11 50  " 75  12 75  11 50  11 25  13 00  12 75  8 75  13 00  9 50  13 00  10 75  10 OO  2 OO  3 50  11 50  COSTS.  $2'.00  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  .2 OO  2 OO  I  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 06  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  TOTAL.  *> 7 5������  . 14 75  13 25  9 25  i'3 25  ���������15 00  14" 50  12 25  10 00  '3 75  14 50  15 00.  9 75  5 75  6 75  14 00  6 cx>  9 50  13 25  3 25  12 00  4 75 '  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  . 2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO'  12  00  15  00  14  50  13  50  '3  75  14  75  '3  50  13  25  -5  00  14  75  10  75  15  00  II  5������  15  00  12  75  12  00  4  00  5  5������  13 50  Uusshmd, H. C, October-Mi, .IMS.  J. KIRKUP, Collector.  C-ir^i-  '������'1  r?^Q%.^^������-*Sit^SZ^^9^'*St������%rt^������'**%*^^^1>SQ  i  IX TliK WINDSOR HOTEL.  'A'crything i.s of thn host at this cafe, as we Lead while others  Follow, Tt inakeis no difference, what you order���������steaks, chops,  '"Ag*. bacon, ham, cutlets, chicken, etc., we have the high grade  \ goods. Xo shut-down, and no key to the door, .lust the place  j, to cat at any hour of the day or night. Drop in and introduce  ������S the inner man to om* -^astronomical delicacies.  J Boward itloore, Proprietor.    ^  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  cClung &   Goodeve,   Propr's.  The conversation method of approaching tlie matrimonial question may be'intellectual but it does  not commend itself to the average  girl nearly so strongly as the theater and automobile way.  Large line of cut glass, sterling  silver, plated ware, etc., suitable  for presents ; ������15,000 stock to select from. E. A. Black, the  jeweler, Phoenix.  The greatest trouble about getting to work after your summer  vacation is the thought that will  ke.pp coming that yon ought to be  rested and refreshed anyway.  In the houses that are thoroughly  decorated with wall paper the fuel  bill is uot so large, and home life  more cheerful. See the latest patterns in wall paper at  J. L Coles.  Sometimes it is really disappointing and distressing when people just naturally fail to live down  to the dead level we have mapped  out for them.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. 0.  I.s a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & FAPWORTH.  #  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British' Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE.   PROPR.  WM. WALLACE  WIHHIPEQ AVE., GRAND FORKS  Clothing   made   in   the   Latest  Style and  at  Prices in Harmony  reason.    Suits Hent to any  BUNTING  ICONTR^cfuF" 1  I ESTIMATES I  I GIVEN, f  I Dealer in all kinds of Hough ������  I aud  Dressed  Lumber,  Win- |  I dows, Doors, Shingles, Brick,  |  I Cement, etc. =  I Shop Phone, Go. |  1 Lumber Yard Phone, 2G |  When you want' a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Work*, Nelson, B. C.       *  A steady job aud a strict boss  may be one way of saving the  youth of our country that said  youth may not appreciate until he  doubles his years.  The Columbia cigar is a large  aud free-smoking cigar. It is sold  in all mountain towns and made iu  Nelson.  The joys of a vegetable and  (lower garden are mostly imaginary, but the sorrows occasioned by  the visits of the bill collector are  real sorrows.  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   has  become   deceased, ��������� and  that the editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  The El actions.  The   elections   last Monday   in  Canada returned  tho Laurier government to power with  a minority  that  will   settle  down   (o   nearly  sixty. This result proves that there  must be many vacant upper stopes  amongst  the  so-culled   intelligent  voters   of  this   Dominion   or  else  that they willingly endorse  a government that  hns  heen   the  most  corrupt and   wasteful  of  any that  ever  unwound 'red tape under the  British   flag.    The cent  belt  was  evidently full of pikers who would  sell their country  for a  mess  of  porridge, and there is little doubt  but what the Liberals doped them  with all the sop and soft soap that  could be spared  from  the cow and  wheat provinces of the West.   The  hypnotic influence of  Laurier and  the church upon  the  pea-soupers,  the appeal  to  tlie avarice  of the  fish-eaters,   and  the general  stupidity  of  the   Kubes   in   Ontario  enabled  the  Grits to   once  mo up.  stake the Dominion for the  benefit  of themselves  and   foreign capitalists.    "What a lunch they will have  in the'next  five years,   while  the  people Avill   scramble   under   the  table for the crumbs that fall upon  the  floor.    'Verily,   brethren, this  is'a wicked world.    Back East the  pious pimples will imprison a man  who sells   a  postage  stamp upon  Sunday,  and  then  go to the polls  and   vote   iuto   power   the   must  polished  gang   of   veneered   land  pirates Jthat  ever  grabbed the domain of a great country.  .  Already drunk.with ,avju,iue and  arrogant   with    renewed    success,  they will now  proceed  to take the  overs,   while   the   dear,    deluded  dupes of Canadians  can  stand out  in the cold and  listen to the ozone  as it rudely pushes its way through  their hirsute  appendages.    Like a  bright star in a  dark  sky   British  Columbia shone  last  Monday and  it will continue to do so  until we  have  better terms  and the b'-own  stain  is  washed  away  from   this  beautiful land.   This province will  not continue to permit the grafters  at Ottawa to use it as a  football or  to  be  continually pushed   to one  side in order to  please those.who  dwell   in  the  effete east.    It will  have justice done even if  we  have  to secede.    B. C. is an  empire in  itself and is handicapped   by being  hitched to the balance of Canada.  We can stand alone.  Tin* average man never repents  until he has been caught with the  goods, or just sobered, up from a  long fight with the booze.  Tub automobile has done much  to thin out the aristocracy, although, it occasionally,obliterates  some of the common people.  In* Connecticut last week a man  was fined S20 for kissing-and hugging his wife in public. ��������� The spectators must have been-jealous.  Jyor.'iNu from Uie way that the  Americans are building sawmills in  B. 0. the duty on lumber going,  into the United States will soon be  abolished.  N  Jim Cohhett advises young men  never to smoke cigarettes if Ihey  would be strong and healthy. Jim  bus no patent ou this advice, for  even the nig. fiends know it themselves.' <  Tun Vancouver Province gives  away a picture of Dick McBride  to every new yearly subscriber.  Thus many a home will be made  b'-autifiil and the Province may  double its circulation.  In Phoenix.D. J. Matheson has  the agnntey for nearly all the,best  life, fire and accident insurance  companies.' He also insures plate  glass, and if you are looking for  insurance drop him a line with  particulars of what you want.'  Some men are so fond of peace  that even when looking for tronble  they always go on a still hunt." ".  Are you lonely? "Send 10 cts.  for Correspondence Club Monthly,  Box'1360, Spokane, Wash.  Having a good disposition is  often a matter of carefully choosing your companions and environment.  Tn 10 Herald says that Cra nbrook  has'I lie best volunteer lire brigade  iu AVesrern Canada. We will raise  this one by saying that Greenwood  has the he-4 volunteer fire brigade  in Canada. -Their record proves it.  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  The girl who has a record for  breaking hearts might imike it  profitable by running a repair shop  annex.  Perfection' in confectionery���������the  Copper Seal Brand. For sale by  McRae Bros.  HARDY & CO.  General Merchants, Midway,' B. C.  'Hay and: Grain always  on hand. , Sleighs  and  ' Wagons and Implements  ��������� of all kinds -earned' in ,  '"stock.     The,.very  best,'-  at right 'prices."  goods  "Women may'havo queer ideas of  what fun consists of, but they are  not apt to be sorry the -next morn-  Sin Thomas SiiAt'diiNi'ssv confirmed the report last week that it  is the inlention of the 0. P. It.  to build from Midway to Nicola.  It is likely that work on this* line  will commence within a short time  and if the business men of Greenwood aro alive to the situation  they will get ready for the increase  of trade that tho building of .this  road will create.  Patronize  Home  Industry and Smoke  * BOUNDARY"  CIGAR.  Union Made  Havana Filled.  '     NELSON, U. C-,    , .   .- '  ...'. /      '    WHOLESALE "i.  dealers in'. ' "7"/  Produce' 'and   Provisions  Frank Fletcher-  , Provincial L"anu Surveyou, .  .    NelsonrB. 0.  Tobaccos, Pipes, and all other  Smokers' supplies.' Next door  to Pacific hotel:  J. P. FLOOD  Uxi)i-;it the twelve years regime  of Laurier the condition of tlie  working classes in Canada has not  improved. In fact conditions have  become worse. Work is more difficult to get, the cost of living has  increased, while wages have not increased to anj- great extent. How  can the poor man expect to get  anything when a wasteful aud corrupt government gives nearly  every thing to its friends. In a  few more years the working man  will have to live upon air and  water or else die, and alter reincarnation come back to earth with  a silver spoon between his molars.  Tun election proves that Canada  contains a lot of poor guessers.  Hi-: is 'out  of  harmony with the  elements who will commit suicide.  ..Tjiki'h is no obscenity-in nature.  It only exists in the human mind.  Gi'oi'oi- Cawsto.v has raised a  steer near Keremeos that weighs  a ton.  "With the election over many  newspapers will now abandon lie  tion for real news.  The Kootenay Belle reigns supreme in many a camp. It is a  cigar that brings delight and appreciation wherever t-moked.  Some people never turn up their  uoues at anything, as nature has  already anticipated them in the  matter.  with  part of the country.   Drop a postal  for further information.  '���������KNMU'Al, OF FIOTKIv 1,10ENSI0.  T,iM'Norm- Unit I, IKti-tlmO. Tliointt. of  .VMwity, II <!,. iuloli'l npjilyln-,' to tlio Slipurln-  ii-nili-iit-il* I'ruvlii-'iiil folic*', at tho uxplrutlon  nfnhi' iiirmlli fruin tlii!fl-iti!li(>ri:r>r. for 11 rolmwiil  nf,my l.li'i-ii.'ii fur llio llol.nl MMivity. Ill Afi'l-  iviiy. II. (!  !>.'��������� t'-'l i'I- Mlilw.-iy. 11.(1, aand Outolxir, lOim.  IIKIITIIA tin-met,  Kxcciilrlx of tlm KiUiilfi of  tliu Into OliurK'.H t��������� Tlioirn.il,  THE  Vendome - Hotel  In Anaconda provides accommodation for the local and traveling  public. An easy walk from Ih  center of Gieenwood.  J- W. O'Brien, Proprietor.  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B, C.  The house-cleaning fever is apt  to be followed by a chill of apprehension when the decorator presents his bill.  The Kootenay Cigar Co. of Nelson have in the Royal Seal a cigar  that is known and smoked between  the wheat country and the blue  Pacific.  Coi'i'Ki- is slowly rising in price  and will probably be worth 15  cents in Jani:ary.  Tin: Saturday Sunset continues  to he the most handsome paper in  Pritish Columbia.  A really serious summer complication usually- consists in large  part of seaside, girl and to much  vacation.  Job Printing at Tho Ledge.  The Hotel Slocan  Ihree Forks, II. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph  Expert watch repairing, jewelry  repairing, manufacturing, etc.  Gold and silver plating a specialty.  E. A. Black, the jeweler, Phoenix.  Understanding a little about,  everything and everything about a  jittle ia what constitutee an educated man.  Kerri Butterscotch, pure and  wholesome, try it.   McRae Bros.  HUGH NivEN.Frop     The Ledge, 82 a year.  Tiik best place to court a girl is  in Lapland. The nights there are  about six months long.  Tiiei-i* are few things like a hole.  The more you take away from oiie  the greater it becomes.  In Bellingham "cigar stores are  not permitted to keep open upon  Sunday if they shake dice.  The Crow's Neat coal towns are  once more in luck.. In price beer  has dropped 25 cents a keg.  This is the time of the year to  clean your chimneys, buy your  wood, and subscribe for your local  paper,  Stimn(ik as it may seem, people  have been seen this summer in  Victoria . running to catch tho  atreet cars.      ' .     *  Buhinicss is booming in Enderby,  for we notice that the local paper  has built a wood ^ehed at the year  of the print shop'.      '  . So.sru scientists claim that love  is a madness, a mental disease,  and that it can be cured by taking  exercise that will build up the left  aide of the body.  Special for Saturday and Monday���������our entire stock of loc. flannelettes and wrappercltcs for 10c.  per yard.  Worked ..injury, to Party..  ThoMontreal Witness (Liberal)  referring to Premierr- Roblin's  charges regarding the Crow's Nest  scandal, says editorially : .  " It is known to all men that  the Globe, at the time referred to,  blossomed out with a broadside  demanding the subsidies in question.  " It was known that the principal promoters of the Crow's Nest  deal were supporters of the Laurier  government. It was understood  that the same meu financial I y controlled the Globe. The.principal  of them was president of the Globe  com pan}*.  " No one could question that the  Globe was injured in standing and  reputatiou by the barefaced raid,  which bore no resemblance to  newspaper advocacy of" public interest, and w..s simply the pushing  of a- private interest. That that  raid did anything to turn public  opinion in favor of the deal we  cannot imagine. With such an intelligent and high-minded"public  as the Globe addresses it-self to,  the effect must have been' precisely  the opposite, and must have greatly  weakened the allegiance of many  to the party which the Globe supported."  Making a practice of being good  natured is Hying directly iu the  face of the pessimist and of the  cynic.  Once that genial comedian, the  late Peter Dailey, consulted , an  oculist about his eyes. His nose  was small and he couldn't keep on  the glasses with which the oculist  was trying to fit him. " You aie  not used to glasses, Mr. |Dailey,"  said the oculist. '"Oh, yes, I am,"  replied Mr. Dailey, "but. not so  high up."  Tho Ledge will send a copy of  Float to any address for 25 cents.  A Scotch laboring man who had  married a rich widow, exceptional  for her plainness, was accosted-by  hia employer: "Well, Thomas,"  he said, "I hear you are married.  What sort of a wife havo you got ?"  "Well, sir," was the response,  "she's the Creator's handiwork,  but I cauna' say she's His masterpiece."  3 00(J  EHOLT, B. C.  First-class    meals    and   rooms.  Railroad men,  miners and   others  will find  a pleasant  home at this  hotel. Thesbar contains fragrant  cigars and the^ most popular beverages of the day.    '  N.  LUSE,  PROPRIETOR  MERCHANT TAT LOR  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and  Repaired. " Agent for  BSaine Bros'  Ordered Clothing.  ASSAYING  ti-iUl, Silver anil  Cojipor.  Kach r>Oc.  .O, O. WUST, .-,'SO Itii-l-t-r-l!- St.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C."  Is a comfortable home for '  the  miner and   traveler.  Good meals aud pleasant  rooms.    Pure liquors and >-  -fragrant cigars in the .bar.  McGILLIS & WILLIAMS.    ,  Pioneep  Hotel...  Gfeenuuood, 6. C  The oldest hotel iu the city, and still  under the baino management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to" any in the  city, and the bar spppliefl only the best.  Oornur of Greenwood and Government  streets.  J. W. flelson  mini-hat, act  Certificate of Improvements  NOriOE  l'.iinlre\ '.Mineriil    Olnimj   situate   in    tliu  Ureen-voort MlniiiK Division of YhIc District.   Where located: AtCninp McKinney.  TAKK *���������>OTICK that Siumiel T. L:ir������en. i'ree  Aimer's OerMllcate No.  B14121. and   Alex  D.  Marlntyre.Oltii'ial Administrator of the estate  and    ull'nrts   of-   Kdivuril    Jamc-.    deceased.  Free   Miner's    Ortiiioate    So.   a  itilSi, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to tlio  Minim- Uceordur for n Ccrtllicate of Improve  ments, for the purpose of oulaiiiln-- a Crown  Grant of theahove claim..  And further take  notice  that action,   tinder  secCon   ,S7, must   be  commenced  before  the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvoments  Dated this lath day of October, A. D. WO)'. -  S. T. !,AKSKN.  ALHX. 0. AIACINTYRE,  Official Administrator.  "-Iloncwiil of Liquor License. i  _ Take Notice that I, M. W. Ludlow, or Denoro",  intend applying to the Superintendent of I'ro  vinebl Police, at the expiration of one month  rom date "hereof, for a renewal of my hotel  ���������cense for the premises known as the VVImUor  Hotel -it Denoro, Ii C.  Dated this Kith day or October. 1908.  Al. W. LUDLOW.  Itenuwiil of Hotel T.ici-llHO.  Take Notice that I Jas.'Henderson, of Dead-  wood, intend aiijilyin-f to the Superintendent or  Provincial Police, at the expiration of one  month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my  hold license for the premises known as the  Ali-oinn. Hotel at Deadwood, U. C.  Dated this Kith day of October. 1!K>8.  JAS. HKNDEKSON,  <     NELSON, B. O.  Now Under Old and Original  Management. ,  E..E. PHAIK   -   -   -MANAGER  l*en<Mv;\I of Hotel License.  Take Noliee that I, .r. W. O'lirien. of Anaconda, Intend applying lo the Superintendent of  I'rovinciiil I'ollco, at the expiration of one  month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my  hotel license Tor tho prcmlsos known us the  Vendome Hold at Anaconda. B. 0.  Dated this 2<)lh day of October, liiou  J. \V  O'BKIEN.  rc-'mnvnl of Hotel License,  . Take Notic cthat I, Norman Lush, or I'holt.  intoiid applying to thu Superintendent ol I'ro-  vimliil I'olici'. at the nxpiriitlon ol one month  from ihe date hereof, for a 'renewal or my hotel  lleenso tor llic premise!) known as the Summit  Hotel ut ������������������'holt, II. Cand lo he transrerrcd to  tho premises known a. the Northern Hotel nt  Lholt, It. 0.  Daled this 2!������th day of October', l'lim.  N0KA1AN LUSE.  nelson, B. #.  GEO. I������.  WKI.I.S, 1$. TOMKIJfS.I  rroprliitor. Manager.  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.   ,  Regular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge No. 28, A. F.  v & A. M., are held on the first  Thursday In each month in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  street, Greenwood., Visiting hretliron  are cordially inyitcd to attend.  JAS, A. ItlKNIK, Socnitary,  Koncwiil of Hotel License.  Tako Notice that J. Saml, A. Crowell, of Alld-  wny.fl. C, Intend wi'ilylng to the Superintendent of i'rovinciiil I'ollco, at tho expiration ol one  month from lhe dato hereof, for a reneival of my  hotel License for the premises known us  Crowell's Hotel at Midway, H.0  Datod'thls until day of October, lmiH  v ' ���������       SAML. A. OHOWKLL.  Governor Oglesby once   visited  the state penitentiary at Joilet to  hear complaints of prisoners and  inspect the  premises.    Tho governor stopped before a cell  containing an unusually ugly man.   " My  man,"    said    Governor  Oglesby,  pleasantly,   "how   did   you   get  hero?" "For abducting a girl,"  growled tho man.    The governor  looked him'over critically aud then  said : ������������������ Well, I'll  pardon  you  as  soon as I got back to Springfield.  You could not got a girl  in any  other way 1"  Some women won't bo satisfied  in heaven unless thoy can havo a  boxpurty.  ���������>>. .  Kenownl of LI<-uoi- Llt-ensu.  Notlculs licroiiy kIvoii Hint I, Oscar Hiirt-  inann, of Anaconda, B C, Intend to apply to  tlicSiipiji-Intnndeut of I'ollco,nt tho expiration  or one month from Hit; date hereof, for a renewal of my wholesale lienor license for the  premises knowiuiiH the Silver Sprint* Urewery,  situate at Anaconda, 11. (I.  Dated this Mth day of Oetober.llfxiH.  OSCAH HAKTMANN.  W.F..M.  Greenwood Miners'  Union, No. 22, W.  _       , P. M., meets every  Saturday oveniug in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7:80.   ,  Also in hall at  Mother Lode" mine  Friday evenings at 7:80.  GEO. HEATHEltTON, Secretary.  LIQUOR' LICENSE AOT-  Notice Is hereby t-lvon that I, C. V. Sumcriid,  Ititondiipnlylii-j to the Llecimo Comniin8lonern  for tho Olty of Greenwood, ot tho oxplrutiiin of  thirty days from tho dalu hereof for a transfer  toKoy & Uoyercr tho llecimo now hold liylno  In respect of tho premises known as tlio National  Hotel, situate on Lots 18 anil in, lllock 7, Connor  street, (Jlty ol Greenwood, B. C.  October Si!, 1WB.  0. 4V. HEMEHAIV  Dissolution of Partnership,  The partnership heretofore Hiib.ibulii'i between the uudnrslKiiod us Tie Contractor!), under the name of Kohlnson & Warren, has this  day boon dissolved by inutunl consent, The  business will iho eonliniiwl by Mr. Uoliliison,  who will collect all debts and imsiinie nil liabilities of the partnership,  Oatod Ihls 1:H day of Ootolmr, HKMi  K. 0, WAJIKEN.  ALEX, JtOBINSON.  CDe Pacific Betel.;.  Is uudor.the management of Greig  & Morrison. The Itooms aro Comfortably furiiiHlied, und tho bar contains the host brands of wines,  liquors and cigarH.  Cfte Pacific #afe.���������  Is the boBt-appoinfcd llostaurnnt in  tho interior--* of British Columbia.  ' . Tho best cooks nnd mos*; attentive  waiters only employed. Open all the  time.  MltB. GUEIO, PitOi'UiKTiiliSS.  It.  'fc:  <"&  4  fl\  Commercial  Motel Greenwood  Eooiiih 25 and fiO cents a night.  X  ill

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