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 fjLA^&l^'  i   -   ���������  "*i -/���������- >u- **���������**������������������������ '**��������� ������������������ -*���������-*-*  /    '-  .'.-���������y V"':"'""  l-iVl:-"  < -���������/>* / ,-  !/  Vol.- XVI.  XV  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1909.  ^; a I,  ���������������*--. ' *-.  - '- No.-16  tmmmmm.msmm  Have you visited our.Millinery Showrooms?   All the newest  creations in Fall andWinter Hats.v Give us a Call.    .  ���������   " .     "   We can please you.  Dry Goods.  & CO.  Boots and Shoes.  ,������-***y%'-Vfc/-V''k'-^,V&^'V-Vfc'''V^^  We have added, to our shoe-department  a' " full line of the celebrated .Leckie  Digging Shoes.   Call and see our stock.  *������������������  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.,  Hardware.  Groceries.  Furnishings v  *'%**SMk^^'*/*WQ^^^ii/ttW&SbXi ���������%^"^^������^*V^-������^%^������^o  Dealers in Fresh ana Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry." Shops in nearly all  the towns of Boundry and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, SREEftSWQOD  ���������mstwmm^mmsgesiMs  PHOENIX BEER  is delicious in taste and.' free from impurities.   Order  a case or bottle at the earliest opportunity.  Phoenix - Brewing - Co.  (Limited.)  The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 138, Greenwood  mtamm*mwmuinmmm>nwmmm&  smssm^j^SBissttamesrim  PHOENIX, B. 0.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the'entire house, and bathrooms are always at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  ���������while the artistic appointment oft-he-liquid refreshment-  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the monn-  ���������fcaius and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.,  JAS. MARSHALL       -       -       PROPRIETOR  -agBBSSBSBBESBSE  ������oa������a������c������o9������������������������������������������oe������3������������������������eos������������s������������������������������������������������  James Buchanan & Co's  BLACK AND WHITE, AND!  HOUSE OF COMR0UR5S  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B.C.  ������������co������������������������s������e������9*������������������������������������������������*������������������ae������������������m������>������fflo������o������������offl������������������#������������������������������S  ffl^*iV-V'^*V%^-,Vt^'*"k'-i/-<V'*tvO'  *Ihe  GREENWOOD  Ih situated in the heart of the city and .within  stepping distance of all tho banksv restaurants;  express, stage, telegraph offices, etc. The building is heated with hot water and has a radiator  in every room. The bar contains a largo variety  of brewed, vintcd and distilled beverages suitable to the tastes of a cosmopolitan population.  Come in and havo something.  J. H. GOODEVE -���������-- PROPRIETOR  a  ta/*t/ii)/(k-t'--fe'-ivV'MM^'W 'ty-ftr  Heatherton the Choice.  George Heatherton, secretary of  the Miners' union was the uuani<  moua choice of the convention last  night and will be the Socialist candidate in this riding. Mr. Heatherton is a native of Ottawa,  Ontario,;and came "to this district  about thirteen years ago,' located  some claims. He worked in the  mines and on his -claims until a  couple of years ago, when he' was  unanimously, elected secretary of  the Miners' union.  We will have an extra large  stock of jewelry for the holidays.  Particulars later. E. A. Black',  The Jeweler, Phoenix.  The. Gazette says that the Indians can get" whiskey too easily  in Oroville. ,  Insurance of any kind is a good  investment, whether life, accident  or fire. In'Phoenix D. J. Mathe-  8ou pays particular attention to  this line of business and those interested should consult him at their  earliest convenience' in person'or  by mail.  TO THE ELECTORS.  ���������OF���������  GREENWOOD RIDING  Gentlemen : Having received  the - nomination at the Conservative convention, I solicit the vote  and influence of the voters in the  Greenwood riding at the next provincial election.  JOHN R- JACKSON-  Passini  Bricklayers  Greenwood.- .  get .'#7   a   day   in  This is an old song. You'll  want some soon, and we have  the.stoves that will produce it  Old air-tight heaters, - - 61.50 up  Old box heaters - - - -   2.50 up  Old coal heaters - - - -   3.00 up  New air-tight heaters - -   3.30 up  A. L. WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man.  The  GraR by-  Mot el  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks and convenient to  all the commercial and financial institutions of the city.. The pro-  to please all who  the portals of their  feel justified in stat-  food and service in  ���������oom is seldom surpassed in the province. The bar  is replete -with beverages ranging  from local beer to the vintage of  France. It is not necessary to  wait for a windy day to smoke any  cigar in the house. Travelers will  find a warm reception and a pleasant home at the Granby.  prietors aim  dwell within  hostelry, and  ing that the  their dining room  Rono'vnl of Liquor Llceimo.  Take Notice that I, Bertha C. Thomet, of  Midway, intend applying to thoSupcrihtciidout  ofl'rovincial Police, At. the expiration of one  month from tho dnto liorcof, for ft renewal of  my hotel license for the premises known ns the  Midway Hotel, nt Midway. B. 0.  Dated thin 14th dny of October, VM. '  UERTHA 0, THOMET.  Itonowul of Llvuor Lleciirio.  Take Notico thn I, TCvn.ii 0, Lewis, of Hound-  ary Full.-), intend applying to tho Superintendent  of Provincial Polico, at the expiration of olio  month from Iho date horcof, for a renewal of  my hotel Iacenfe for the premises known ns Ihe  Smelter Hole) nt Boundary Kails, Ii. 0 ���������  Dated this lith day of Ootohcr, 11)0!).  EVAN 0. LEWIS.  Ola Lofstad bought 114 tender  chickens'this week for $57.  E. Bailey of Eholt shot a coyote  this week and received the bounty  of 83.00.    ���������  A sawmill will bo built this winter upon Kettle river not far from  Ingram creek.  Walter Kennedy, of Holmes &  Kennedy, returned this week after  a mouth spent in tho Okanagan.  Jim Adams is on-, the morning  shift at tho Windsor and thoroughly  understands the art of saving lives.  ' W. P. Tierney & Co. will commence work next Monday upon  the extension of" the* C. P. It. from  near Hartford Junction.  J. W. Frost returned on Tuesday. All summer, he has been developing 23 iron" claims not far  from Sturgeon Lake, Ontario.  On Saturday evening the Liberals, will nominate a candidate for  this riding. Alex.'McDonald and  J. D. Spence are the names mentioned for the candidature. .  Previous to their.departure from  Phoenix to Vancouver, Mr. and  Mrs. George *I>. Turner were presented by their friends with au address and a cabinet of table silverware.  Jerome McDonell has - razed the  old Smith building in Anaconda  and toted the remains to his ranch  for the purpose of erecting a commodious barn for the use of his  bovines.  Harry Fox was buried last Fri-.  day. Services were held in St."  Judo's church before the funeral  proceeded to the cemetery.' The  pallbearers were .Messrs. Vaux.  Goosuey, McCIungj-Goodevc, Summers and Campbell.'  Gus Cl������-rf and Miss Martha Kru-  ger, both of Kahlotus, Wash., were  married at Pasco ou the 16th inst.  The groom is well, kuowu in this  city, being the oldest. sou of Mr.  and Mrs..- N.-=Cle)jf,, and was for  years-employed .by'S. Jiutixs'& .Co.'  He" is now engaged in the drayiug  business at Kahlotus.  ���������  The Windsor hotel is now under the management of E. J. Car-  tier, who had charge of it*during  some of the palmy days of Greenwood. Beiug well known and familiar with the people and the district, the Windsor .will lose none  of its old-time prestige under the  guidance of Mr. Cartier.    *  Judging from the number of  dogs in Greenwood no reflection  can be cast upon the local sausage  factory. The best sausage maker  in B. 0. is in Greenwood, aud he  has never been known to mix even  the bark of a dog with his savory  productions. For toothsome sausages Greenwood wins the prize.  The assizes on Tuesday were  practically a pair of white kids.  Mr. Justice Clement presided aud  did not require the grand jury to  make a presentment. There was  only ono caso on the docket. Steve  Basta and Joe Matseh of Phoenix  were to appear for theft, but forfeited their bail of 8100 each, and  his lordship instructed a bench  warrant to be issued for their apprehension.  The New Dominion Copper Co.  effected a settlement at 75 cents on  the dollar with the miners who had  wages due them by the old Dominion company, and it is reported  that the payments are being made  this week in Phoenix. The new  company was not responsible for  these debts but preferred to make  a settlement rather than have any  trouble when operations aro commenced. Work at tho Rawhide  will commence shortly. Although  no official information has been  given out it is likely that the ores  of the New Dominion will be  smelted in Greenwood.  Jackson.' Nominated..  - At a, meeting of delegates last  evening here J. R. Jackson of  Midway was- nominated to contest  Greenwood electoral district. There  were 31 delegates present and .Mr.  Jackson obtained a .majority on'  the first ballot.,  Mr. Jackson is a Canadian coming from Grey county, Ontario.  He has been a resident of the district for about twenty years and  owns a line ranch about t three  miles from-Midway.  '  Western Float  A French Letter;  Charles-French, the well-known  missionary has returned to salt  water civilization and writes from  Yancouver as follows :  Di;at- Colonel : Bear Range, B.  C. It gives me great pleasure to  learn through my. old tillicum, Al.  Palmer, that you are takingup as  much space ,as Pierp Morgan or  John Dividend Rockefeller, and  attending church regularly without any desire to prospect the collection plate. Up the Skeena river  I saw Bill Doyle, formerly of the  classical city of Three Forks. He  has a spud ranch and makes a  specialty of serving bear meat a la  mode to all his guests.  ���������Cap. Gray (this may be Ponte)  has a' spud ranch near Sir William's domain.- '  "  Sir Edward Atherton is in the  mother earth business in Vancouver and carriec a fine line of real  estate samples.  J. J. Godfrey, formerly of Sandon, is trying to be. an honest  lawyer in Seattle, while John  Bough is prospecting in Arizona.  There was a beet at the-New  Westminster fair big enough for a  Vancouver policeman to sleep in,  while some of the pumpkins were  larger-than many of the old cabins  at Three Forks. Moat of the people at the fair were tenderfeet and  many of them had traces of ham  and eggs in their whisker's.  I assayed Scotty Stevens and  found" that he had several real  estate blocks in his pocket and  plans for a. 40-story building with  a barbed-wire fence around it.  I was following the bare end of  a cayuso through the Yellowhead  pass all summer looking for the  good things."' I was fairly lucky.  I "located-* several-miles of ^landscape, discovered a vast amount of  oxygen and found' an untamed  squaw who could not play bridge  whist and was ignorant of Parisian  fashion plates. __ She could not tell  a directoire gown from a particolored horse blanket, although as  a face-painter she could give her  pale-faced sisters of veneered civilization several minutes start and  then come out with enough of Vermillion paint ou her facial anatomy  to decorate a village in fair time.  She had no birds in her hat but  the feathers in her hair never came  out of a pillow. But more anon.  . I have sent the Indians a copy  of  Byron's  poems,  some Italiau  lCeliowal of Liquor License.  Tako N'otlco that I, Norman Liise, of Eholt,  Intend applying to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police, nt.the expiration of ono month  from tho date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel  llconso for tlio promises known as the Northern  Hotel In Kholt, li G.  Dated this lith day of October, lim  NOKMA.V LUSE, .  Runownl of Liquor Lic-iimo.  TakoNotlco that I,8uml A.Crowoll, of Midway, B.'O., intend applying to tho Superintend-  out of Provincial Polico, at Iho expiration of  one month from tho dato hereof, for thu renewal  of my hotel I Icon ho for tho promised known ns  Crowell 'h Hotol at Midway, II. 0.  Dated this HtH day of OctohorVlom).  SAML. A.CnOWELL.  Rev. M. D. McKeo has resigned  as pastor of the Presbyterian church  in Greenwood, owing to the fact  that the congregation is no longer  able (o meet its obligations. Rev.  S. Lundy of Phoenix has been appointed to act as moderator in  Greenwood. Ho also has a similar  appointment at Grand Forks, ow-  to the vacancy created by the  resignation of T. 0. McLeod. Mr.  McKep has many warm frieuds in  Greenwood and a full quota of  enemies. IIo mado the enemies  because, even if ho sometimes  erred in judgment, he always had  sand enough to declare himself for  what ho thought was right. With  a broader mind and greater physical health he would be a powerful  reformer.  ThoKooteuay Cigar Co. of Nelson havo in the Royal Seal a cigar  that is known aud Bmoked between  the wheat country und tho.bluo  Pacific.  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  paintiugs, a case of champagne,  aud Randolph Stuart's well-known  story entitled " Some Resources of  Greenwood." These things. I  think, will keep them happy all  winter.  It has been raining ever since I  havo been in town, although none  of the real estate has escaped.  Real estate is so valuable here that  some people have made fortunes  by scraping it off their boots and  selling it by the pound.  The only whiskey I located in the  Yellowhead country was a flask of  rye that a preacher had lost on the  trail. He was packing it along as  medicine.  Trusting that you still have a  grubstake, lam, Yours reverently,  CllAKLES FltBNCIC.  P. S.���������Don't put this in your  paper.  A Worthy Tribute.  Speaking of C. J. Bunbury, tke  snergetic chief of provincial police  in Greenwood, the Oroville Gazette has the following:  "Speaking of Mr. Bunbury, reminds us that the press along the  border on the Canadian side is  dealing out some hot roasts to the  provincial constabulary. It is  probably more the methods in  vogue of handliug the .force by  those higher in authority than the  individual members that should  come in for criticism. -Ono thing  is certain, Mr. Bunbury cannot be  justly accused of lack of vigilauce  or efficiency. The people here  have had opportuuity to become  conversant with the activity of  this member of tho Canadian police force, and a more keen, wideawake peace officer can hardly be  fouud in harness on cither side of  the line. Ho has a large territory  to guard, but sinco he assumed  charge there has been a marked  depreciation of ciimo and wrong  doing within tho limits of the  country over which ho has jurisdiction."   Tho Miners' Union in Fernie  Ins completed its new hall and  theatre at a cost of $50,000. It  will seat 850 people.  Paddy Murphy of'Enderby has  received another payment on the  bond of the Winslow group in the  Lardeau.  George R.' Lawes has shipped "thirty boxes of apples from  Enderby for exhibition in England.  Two brick bank blocks are being  erected in Grand Forks.  The C. P. R. will again place a  district passenger agent in'Nelson.  In Trail John . Joseph has sold  tho Victoria hotel to August  Mueller.  A. M. Morrison has opened, a  barber shop in,Coleman.  Thirty more buffaloes have been  shipped from Montana to the National park in Alberta.  J. F. Povah and W. G. Morris  have resigued their positions with  the McGillivray Creek Coal Co.  ��������� An amateur dramatic company  from Revelstoke played ���������'Confusion" in Arrowhead. All the  members of tlie company escaped  with their lives.  The new roundhouse at Kamloops was opened last week.  At the supreme court in Kamloops E. A! Haggen of. Revelstoke  was acquitted upon tne charge of  false pretenses brought against  him by S. A. Mundy.  The mica fields in the Big Bend  above Revelstoke aro said to be the  best on the continent.  ,   Several wild goats .have recently  been shot near Hosmer.  At Crow's Nest' Andy Good has  sold his monkey, but he still has a  bear, deer and some rheumatism  oh hand.  The Reporter is urging the miners at Michel to build their own  hospital.  Moyie has a fire bell and it will  be heard from iu the future.  The Chinese in Armstrong-seem  to have a.cinch and do about anything that pleases them without  beiug molested.  At Nome the pioneers of Alaska  have bought the Lawrence hotel  and will make a home for themselves.   _ ���������    ......  - By .tho. end.of next, year Alaska  will be shipping copper. in quantities of large- commercial importance.        '        ' ~   ''"���������'������������������>���������  In Nome the s,ure-tbinggamblers  aro running games behind closed  doors and the miners aro putting  up the money.  Ben Stout and Lewis Cook have  a group of zinc claims on Deep  creek, near Northport, out of which  they expect to inaka a fortune.  With   the opening   up   of   the  several copper-gold prospects which  have been reported from   time to  time in tho vicinity of Mara, Knob  hill and Round lake, interest will  be aroused and other discoveries  will   follow,   says   the    Enderby  Press.      These -ore   outcroppiugs  which havo been discovered are as j  good as any that some of the big  mines   showed   on    the   surface.  Money and labor are required to  demonstrate what these prospects  will turn iuto.    Up to tho present  time practical miuing men  have  not  been   much   interested,    but  there is no good  reason why the}-  should not  be if it can be shown  that the surface valuesjfgordown.  The first shipment of coiil* from  tho Princeton mines has been made  tothe Nickel Plate mine.!->?���������,..  - The Princeton Star says that  there is riot a wildcat in the Whip-  saw, cam p. Assay's from some of  the .claims 6how high values in  lead, silver, gold and copper. The  camp needs a wagon road.  The Iudiana predict an open  winter in B. C.  At Oroville grading outfits and  supplies are arriving for use on  the new railroad to-.Brewster.  Dr. Dickson of Kelowna will  create a largo tobacco plantation  on the land he "owns in Mission  valley. The- Okanagan district  around Kelowna will soon be famous for its tobacco.  In Kelowna over forty people  belong to the Methodist Bible class.  Stewart McDonald is now running the Union restaurant in  Revelstoke, and the local epicures  are singing songs of praise.  Mr. Cummings was fined $150 in  Prince' Rupert for selling out of a  teapot the fluid that made Scotland  fatuous.  The postoffice building in Nelson in to bo enlarged by tho addi  tion of a wing 20 x 27 feet  Tho fine for selling liquor without a license in Priuco Rupert has  been raised to $250.  It looks like a hard winter for  Nome, and many merchuiits have  gone out of business.  Local people will organize a telephone exchange for Priuco Rupert.  Fred Stork and others aro afraid  that tho B. 0. Telephone company  might pet in the wet city aud give  them a good service.  Hugh Stevens,* formerly of-Nelson, died in Arrowhead last week.  Alex. Chisholm' has  returned to  Rossland.    He   has   some "copper,-  properties up the Skesna river that,  he could  have sold' this' Bummer  but for the trouble caused by]the  Indians." *        l!        ***".-. ���������_*.���������'  'Last week there -were nine hoboes in jail in. Revelstoke"for va-'  gnmcy. .-   - -  In Phoenix last week the Granby  mined 27.573 tons of ore, its greatest record iu seven days. On  Thursday the shipments amounted  (o over 5,000 tons, another record.  Since the first of the .year the  year the Granby shipped over 800,-  000 tons of ore out of Phoenix. ���������  The Boundary towns ' how have  telephone connectiou. with Rock  Creek. ' -  The new officers of the Phoenix  curling club are as follows: C. D.  Hunter, president; V. M. Sher-  bino, vice-president; J. A. Hartley, secretary-treasurer; executive  committee, G. L. McNicol, G. R.  Smith and J. J. Strntzel.  ���������-��������� Gfiorge Vichery of Phoenix recently shot four deer near Rock  Creek.   *  W. A. Ingram, a Fernie cigar  man is in the toils of the law. . His  place was raided one Sunday.and  five men, together with table,  poker chips and other parapherna- .  lia of the gambler's gentle art,  were hauled away to j.til. Thursday Ingram was sent up for trial.  This is the second case against  him, but he has appealed-to the  supreme court on a stated case.'  Atch'e first county .court held in  Priu'ceton Judge Brown-presided  and tried seventeen cases.'- -"-  . For the year ending in June the   ���������  Consolidated .Mining and Smelting  Co. made a profit of $329,000.  The survey is completed for the  first Bection of the Hudson Bay  railway and .construction will soon  be commenced. * It will be owned  and Operated by the government.  The Crowls rNest Coal company  paid in wages this.month ������155,000.  Of tliis amount" $857000'**was paid  in Fernie. The payroll will bo-  greater next month and"optimism  bids fair to become chrohidin'the  big coal town on tha Crow;. ���������-"-'-  More cottages -are ^ being'built at  Wardner, all the houses in that  town being occupied. -���������... * ;-'i.^,"  ,..  The' Y.":M: 'C/' A;:- win * erect a   -  $-10,000 .building  m- Lethbrfdge.  The red wheat is beginning to *te'.l  in'Alberta.' '     '    : */ "--*r:     -!    ���������  At his hotel, in Michel Thomas  Crahan has a reading .room-that ia  much apj.rdciated by'the residents  of that city. ��������� .  The freight rate on coal from  Lethbridge to. M*vcIeod has been  cut down from $1.20 to .90 cents a  ton.  Since the Yukon council met  $50,000 has been expended upon  wagon roads leading into Dawson.  Ada Raymond is suing the mayor  of Nome for breach of -promise.  She wants $10,000 to buy liniment  for wounded affections. -  'In .Dawson ranch eggs are $1 50  a dozen. Apples are $t a dozen  and oranges SI.50.  Phil Hickey has charge of a gold  quartz :laim in Moose Pass, Alaska.  He has seven men at work driving  two tunnels.  A railroad is to . be built from  Edmonton to Fort McMurry. Already fourteen millions of dollars  has been raised in ��������� Europe for  building the road, most of this  money beiug put tip by French  capitalists in Paris.  Eugene Stahl of Dawson is on a  trip. This is strange as he is the  oldest editor in the Yukon in point  of service in that country.  Peuticton will soon have a system of waterworks.  , During the last eight month**  over 75,000 prairie dogs have been  killed by J. W. Holman, the government poisoner in the Southwestern States. His method is to  mix strychnine with wheat and  place about a teaspoonful at the  entrance of. the prairie dog'a hole.  He gets 1A ceuts a head for killing  them. ' ������������������  At present there are only nbout  fifty palefaces in Fort George.' '"  A shipment from the Aurora  mine, Moyio lake, to tho.Truil  smelter gave returns of 17 ounces  of silver and 40 per cent. lead.  During September the gross production of Le Roi Two mine iu  Rosslaud was $75,27-1.  Tho Kootenay Belle is. a cigar  that can be. found iu all parts of  the Boundary, ond you should ask  the man behind tho bar to produce  it when you line up to the mahogany.   ������������������ ���������  Charles Fyfe of Fernie has been  appointed district traveling passenger agent for the C. P. R., with  headquarters in Calgary. Charley  is one of the most polite and obliging railroad men in Canada' and  deserves plenty of buccosb.  I. O. O. F. Ball in the Masonic  Hall Monday, November lafc.  1 ���������������������������������?��������������� ������<��������� THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  BOWSERANDLOSTBOY  Entertains the Little Stranger In  His Home.  CHILD   CAN   "THROW"   FITS.  After a Strenuous Evening Is Met by  Billy's Mother and Is Accused of Kidnaping���������Philosopher's Narrow Escape.  [Copyright,  By   M.   QUAD.  1909,   by Associated Literary  Press.!  'HEN Mr. Bowser reached  home from the office the  other evening Mrs. Bowser  I Hid (i bit of news for him.  Her church was going to give an entertainment and she was on one of  the committees that would meet that  evening.  ������������������Well, 1 think I can manage somehow to tula- care ol" the house  while yon are gone." he replied, nnd  llieio was no fun her discussion about  It. .At 8 o'clock she went her way,  leaving liim smoking his cigar ou the  front steps. She had been gone about  ten in In in f-s when a boy about six  years old came crying along the street  nnd stopped ut tlie Bowser gate aud  walled out that lie was lost.  "Lost, eh':" queried .Mr, Bowser as  he walked down the steps. "Can't you  find your home, sonnyV"  ������������������.N'-nu."  '���������Well, come In and sit down on tlie  steps n niinuie. If it was Mrs. Bowser  she'd give you a cuff on the ear nnd  tell you to heat it, but I'm no such  nmn. Just wipe your tears away and  listen In me.   What i.s your nameV"  "I'm so hungry 1 can't tell. N'othin'  t' eat f'r two days."  "Good lands, but don't tell tne! If it  was Mrs. Bowser she'd say she was  glad of It. but I'm no Mrs. Bowser,  t.'ome down to the dining room with  nie."  The cook had gone out five minutes  after .Mrs. Huweer. and so Mr. Bowser opened tlie refrigerator aud placed  =3  "N0TH1N' T' EAT F'lt TWO DAYS."  whatever he could  find on the table.  There was enough to make a meal for  a   hearty  man. and  the lost boy got  outside of the viands in ten  minutes  and   then   looked   around   for   more.  When  he  had  topped off with  three  large slices of bread and butter he -yag  asked:  "Now. then, your name is what?'1  -���������Billy."  '���������Wily what?'-'  vi- uiy b���������."  He brought, out his last name so  plump that Mr. Bowsei was startled  for a moment. It was a cognomen not  generally found in city directories, and  ministers, of the gospel are always a  little 'chary in ��������� referring to it.  "And what street do you live on?"  '���������Chestnut."  "And you've been lost for two days?  Hasn't any policeman offered to take  you home?"  "Num. Jest wanted to gimme de collar."^   "Cm! If Mrs. Bowser was here she'd  say you were n hoodlum, but I know  belter. Well, Billy, you've bad a good  sniiper. and I am ready to take you  home. Your family must be terribly  anxious about you by this time. I presume it is In the papers about your  being lost, though I haven't seen it."  "1 don't want to go home!" whined  the boy.  "But you must, you know.  Think of  the anxiety of your father and mother.  They don't know but what you've been  kidnaped.  Are you ready?"  "I won't go!"  "What! What!"  Throws a Fit.  The young cub slipped out of his  chair and threw a (it on lhe floor and  went Into sm-b contortions that Mr.  Bowser was seared half to death for  thi- next ten minutes, ile got the camphor and bullied the boy's forehead  vigorously, and his hands were chafed  nnd his old shoes pulled off. and it  H'-eined that n doctor must be sent for  when little Billy at last opened his  eyes.  ���������'Thank heaven for this!" exclaimed  Mr. Bowser as lie fetched a great sigh  of relief, "Mrs. Bowser would havo  lei you die and thrown your body over  the feiu-e. but I've got a heart instead  of a stone in my bosom. Do you have  these tits often. Hilly?"  "Whenever I want to."  "I'm! I've heard of such things.  Well, we'll go now."  "I'll I'row aiioilder flt!" warned tho  boy.  "Don't you want to go home?"  "No.   I want to Ptay here and play  wld your ha Id head."  '   Mr. Bowser gave a start of surprlsi  and flushed up.   Ife was hcgfniilng to  fi-i-l flint lie had a Job on hand.   He  didn't Insist upon Billy's going home,  but invited him up to the sitting room,  and whim lliey hud reached It he said:  "Mrs.  Bowser  would  havo bumped  yon'cut of the basement door, bat I  a in doing uiy duly by you. Do you go  to school?"  "Nit."  "What docs your father work nt?"  "lle glls full."  "And beats ami starves Ills family,  of course'/ Billy, did you over hear of  the Bible?"  "Oh, come off!"  "And I hey urc sending money to the  heathen of Africa and China!   I wish  Mrs. Bowser was here, but she'd try .to  get out of it somehow.  Right here In a  Christ la a country and never heard of  the Bible.   Here, what you doing?"  "I'layln' wid your bald head."  "But you mustn't do It."  "But I will!"  Mr.-Bowser held him off, and the result was another Dt. There was no  camphor this time. The boy was lifted  on to the lounge and no attention paid  to biiii, and after five or six minutes  he came to with a yell. The first yell  was followed by a second, third and  fourth, and he. was wound up for a  hundred when Mr. Bowser bribed him  with a nickel to stop. When the exchange had been completed he was offered another nickel to go home. Ho  considered the offer for awhile and  then said:  "It's wurt a quarter, boss."  "Now. look here, young sir," replied  Mr. Bowser as his face reddened up,  "it is evident that you take me for  some old guy. I don't believe you are  lost at all."  Billy started for him with fists doubled up. but changed his mind and  turned and knocked a vase off a stand,  It crashed to the floor and was broken  into twenty pieces. lie was-selztd by  the neck and vigorously shaken, but  lie had his revenge. lie turned and bit  tlie shaker in tlie arm so fiercely that  he was dropped to the floor.  "Vou infernal rat, but I've a good  mind lo twist your neck!" shouted Mr,  Bowser as he danced around.  "I'll t'row tits!"  "If you do I'll throw you!"  "I'll yell!"  "Veil away!"  Bowser Gets His Reward.  That last was a poor bluff on Mr,  Bowser's part. The kid set up such a  wollish howling that a dime and a  nickel had to be crowded into his hand  before he would choke off. Thou he  offered to let his paternal host take  him home if given a drink of milk  first. Mr. Bowser clattered down to  the refrigerator and brought up a full  bottle, and Billy never stopped tc  draw a breath until the last drop was  gone. Then he announced his readiness to go, and. taking Mr. Bowser's  hand to prevent any escape, they went  dowu the street, together. It was a  straight course for five blocks, and  Billy had just pointed out the tenement in which he dwelt when a woman came rushing across the street and  shouted at Mr. Bowser:  "Kidnaper!    Boy   stealer!   I'll   have'  you arrested!"  "Hush, woman! Your boy has bPen  lost for two days, and I'm bringing  him back to you."  "It's a lie! He was here two hours  ago. You infernal old rascal, but I'll���������  I'll"���������  A crowd was beginning to gather  and demanding to know what was up.  and Mr". Bowser fled. He had just got  home and taken a seat on the steps  when Mrs. Bowser came home and  halted to ask:  "Have you been lonely, dear?"  "Well. yes. rather lonely," replied  Mr. Bowser as he got up with a "made  in Germany" yawn and followed her  into the house.  FLOWERS  F0I1  VAStS.  flosei* Look Best In Bowls That Show  the Blushing Beauties' Stems.  Different forms should be. used for  "Iffi'rciit (lowers. A Hat. circular dish  Is needed for water lilies, and as these  flowers are large the vessel should be  also large in proportion. A siua'l  saucer Is pretty for tbe roselike hlou-  soms of the balsam or old fashioned  touch-me-not, a still smaller Hal plate  for pausles. The tall spikes of glailio-  luseA or loiig stems of carnations must  have all vases or slim necked pitchers  to sustain their brittle- forms, while  great bunches of lilacs or snowballs  need vessels both broad and deep.  Koses look best in the regular rose  bowls that show the blushing beauties  from stem to finish. In fact, all flowers with short stems require low, broad  vessels, flaring at the top. so as to allow the graceful drooping of mixed  leaves and blossoms. Not more lhati  four or five shapes are really necessary  to the best effects in flower vases.  Either flat or low, circular vessels,  which may be widely fluted upon tlie  edges to break the too great uniformity of a plain circular rim, or round  vessels which spread more or loss as  the sides rise from lhe bottom are  preferable.   .  All forms which bulge out below or  are in the slightest degree bizarre In  shape should be avoided. The old  fashioned bulb vat, shaped like a rabbit or other animal, with growing bulbs  sticking out through holes in the surface, Is the type of all that Is hideous.  The Japanese use bamboo, which  from Its Irregular surface loses tho  stiffness of the cylindrical form. We  have no bamboo to use, and imitations  iu glass, china and earthenware are,  like ail Imitations, offensive to good  taste. Flower vases should be of some i  opaque material, and good glazed  earthenware is really very suitable for  the purpose. Let it be without ornamentation of any sort and of "a single  uniform tint. No color should be employed that does uot harmonize with  the various units of flowers and leaves.  A pure neutral gray is pretty for the  purpose, as it affords an agreeable  contrast with the shade of green In  leaves and with almost all tones of  flower color.  Nest lu order of value comes pure  pale buff, uot Inclining to orange, but  its use is more limited than that of  gray. Opaque white flower vases are  sometimes effective by contrast; but,  as a rule, the contrast is too strong.  All colored glasses are to be rejected  aud colorless glass as well, since, as a  rule, flower stems are unsightly. Of  course there are exceptions to these  rules. Some prominent bulb dealers  offer gay earthenware vessels that are  really quite graceful aud pretty.  A New City a Thousand Years Old.  Budapest, whose front is circled with  lights like a crown, whose hills rise  dark and feathery above the river,  whose parliament buildings ruu along  the bank and are second to none but  Westminster���������Budapest, bright, flashing, gay, beautiful, modem aud rich,  ardent and executive, close built and  amalgumatlve, blender of people's���������lithe product of only a few decades, and  yet at Its last exposition It celebrated  Its thousandth birthday. Best, to tlie  right of the river���������for the-cities are  twin and divided by the Danube���������Pest  dates back to 1200, and Buda was the  Ofen of the Romans. Buda climbs up  the opposite hill, today magnificently  new, but sown round with green  crumbling walls that mark tbe passing  of the original founders whose painted  galleys came up the Danube from the  Black sea. The twentieth century civilization, sharply new and powerful,  must for a moment be brushed aside  and the Buda of mediaeval times put in  Its stead.���������Marie Van Vorst lu Harper's Magazine.  Gathering Cloves.  Cloves are now cultivated In many  of tho tropical regious of the earth. A  clove tree begins to bear at tlie ago of  ten years and continues until it roadies the age of seventy-five years. There  aro two crops a year, one in June and  one in December. The tree is an evergreen and grows from forty to fifty  feet high, with large oblong leaves  and crimson flowers at the end of  small branches in clusters of from ten  to twenty. The tree belongs to the  same botanical order as the guava  The cloves, which are tlio undeveloped  buds, are at first white, then light  green and at the time of gathering  bright red. Pieces of white cloth are  spread under the trees at harvesting  time, nnd the branches are beateu gently with bamboo sticks until tbe cloves  drop. They are dried in the sun, beiug  tossed about daily until they attain  the rich dark color which proclaims  them ready for shipment.  SOME  EDIBLE WEEDS.  Cheerirg Him Up.  "Bill." said the invalid's friend, "I've  come to cheer you up a bit like. I've  brought yer a few (lalirs. Bill. I  fought If I was loo late they'd come in  'andy for a wreaf, yer know. Don't  get down 'carted. Bill. Lummy, don't  you look gashly! But there, keep-up  yer spirits, ole sport. I've come to see  yer an' cheer yer up a bit. Nice little  room you 'ave 'ere: hut. as I sez to meself'when I was a-i-omiu* up, wot a  orkard staircase to get a coflin dahn!"  -Loudon Globe.  A Hearty Laugh.  Mr. Jones had recently become the  father of twins. The miuister stopped him on the street to congratulate  him.  "Well.'.Tones."'.lie said. "I hear that  the Lord has smiled on you."  "Smiled on me!" repeated Jones.  "He laughed out loud at me!"���������Everybody's Magazine.  He Did  Disgusted Fisherman-Say, kid, did  you ever hear- of any one catching  anything In this blamed pond?  Youngster���������Oh,'yes, sir. Uncle John  Henry fell In here last winter and  caught a very bad cold!���������St. Louis  Post-Dispatch.  Classifying Him.  "He got to the top very fast."  "Yes; he's what I call a commercial  hill cllniber."-st. Paul Pioneer Tress.  Obliging the Lady.  "I see you've got an automobile,"  said Citiman. "I thought you swore  you'd never buy one."  "Yes, I did say that once," replied  Subbubs. "but our new cook Insisted  that we must get one because her  church Is so far away from onr  house."-Catliollc Standard and Times.  Wild Things of the Fields That Mako  Good Salad.  The custom of utilizing our common  weeds for pot herbs and salads is one  that has been handed down to us from  colonial times, and it is a valuable one  for the farm dweller or the camper  who has uot the city markets to draw  upon.  We are all familiar with the dandelion aud horseradish, though every  one may not know that tbe tender  shoots of the latter make good salad  greens. The watercress, too,, we most  of us know as a salad aud .pot herb,  though we may not have eaten its  cousin, the pepper green, in the same  way.  Strawberry leaves, marigold, chervel  and sand parsley, pennyroyal, sorrel,  liverwort and cowslips rank among the  more unusual pot herbs. The blossoms of the cowslip are also delicious  pickled in vinegar and 'served as a  relish. The young shoots of the milkweed are very edible'and wholesome  when boiled. That troublesome weed  known as purslane Is said to be nearly equal to asparagus.  The young shoots of the pokeweed  taste very much like spinach. "Goose  tongue," or seashore plantain, nettle  and the fresh curled leaves of the  dock, as well as the young stems of  the despised burdock���������the latter boiled  and skinned���������are other surprisingly  palatable foods. The latter need not  even be cooked, as it is good in salad  form.  Pigweed���������sometimes called red root  ���������is .still another edible weed; the  roots of bell worth have a medicinal  value, beiug laxative In effect, while  that little brother to the cabbage, the  mustard plant, is highly esteemed by  some when cooked. Among the ferns  that can be made to replace spinach  in the dietary are the cinnamon. _the  bracken and the (lowering varieties, all  of which grow In pastures and moist  places aud should be gathered young.  Bread has even been made of the  brake.  These herbs will generally prove  more Inviting when several varieties  ore cooked together, peppergrass.  smartweed and potato tops being added as-flavoring.  Cards and Their History.  Cards are square shaped pieces of  pasteboard printed with various devices and employed as a business medium by money changers. They are  usually made up in packs of fifty-two,  one for each week of the year. A good  many people play cards for pleasure,  iu which case their opponents are said  to be buying experience. In most card  games the rule is that the cards may  be cut, but uot otherwise marked. This  rule is not strictly observed in games  lu which only three cards are used.  Indeed, the marking of cards has attained a high degree of perfection  since the Introduction of numerous  card index systems. Fashions change  in card games as in everything else  Old maid, for instance, is nowadays  seldom played in the best clubs. Playing cards should not be cpnfused with  score cards, which are rather larger,  or with visiting cards, which are smaller.���������Fry's Magazine.  Brings Misery  Dr. Williams' PinK Pills Restore  Despondent Sufferers  to Health  Nothing is so distressing as a weal*  stomach-7-the victims of this trouble  suffer from indigestion, biliousness,  dizziness and frequent headaches. No  food agrees with them���������meal time is  a time of misery; not a time of pleasure. Relief from this suffering can be  found through the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills���������they never fail to  make the weak Stomach strong; to  banish' the distressing headaches;  biliousness and dizziness. Mrs. 0. S.  Steeves, of Hillsboro, N. B., is one of  tlie many who have been cured  through the use of these pills. She  says:���������"I suffered very much from  stomach trouble and would often leave  the table without tasting food. 1 got  no relief worth speaking of till I began the use of Dr. Williams' ' Pink  Pills. They gradually restored my  health and strength and now I am  as well as ever.I was. I would earnestly recommend them tp all those  who suffer as I did."  It is the blood���������bad blood���������that is  the cause of nine-tenths of tlie ailments from which both men.and women suffer. The blood is the life-  giving fluid of the body. When the  blood i,** had it is bound to poison  sonic part of the human system and  tints it is that rheumatism, kidney  trouble, indigestion, headaches and  backfiolics and a hos"t of other troubles  make their appearance. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills cure all these troubles���������  and they cure them thoroughly���������simply because they fill tho veins with  rich red blood. The genuine Pills  bearing the full name "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale Pcoj*le" are sold  by all dealers in medicine or by mail  afc 50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine- Co., Brockville, Ont.  Juveniles' Views of Browning  Some original views of Browning occur in the essays written by Walworth  juveniles in connection with the annual Browning contest at Browning  Hall settlement. A selection of them  appears in a new number of Fellowship, the vigorous' monthy journal  of the settlement. According to one  essayist, "at the age of 12 he produced  a volume of verses. He must have  been very clever, because some boys  have very little idea of writing compositions even at������en early age." A girl,  pronounced the ��������� youthful Browning  "loo clever lo be tolerable." Another  young lady wrote: "Much of the truth  in his poems is stored up for future  fenerations."  "Baltimore has three saloons to one  policeman."  "That gives you three guesses as to"  where the policeman is."���������Princton  Tiger.  "I thought," said the American who  was seeing Europe for the first time,  "that you people had a lot of inter-  estin' old ruins over here." "Once  we had such things/' the native apologized,'' "but your heiresses have come  over and had most of them put in  good repair."���������Pittsburg Observer.  OISOH1H&  A Rhineland Legend.  There is a Ithinelaud legend of three  German robbers who, having acquired  by various atrocities what amounted  to a very valuable booty, agreed to divide the spoil and to "retire from so  dangerous a vocation. When the day  appointed for this purpose arrived one  of them was dispatched to a neighboring towu to purchase provisions for  their last carousal. The other two  secretly agreed to murder him on his  return that they might divide his  share between them. They did so. But  the murdered man was a closer calculator even than his assassins, for he  had previously poisoned a part of the  provisions, that he might appropriate  to himself the whole of the spoil. This  precious triumvirate were found dead  together.  Salt Codfish Omelet.  Soak a piece of salt codOsh about six  Inches square overnight Split six  crackers and lay them in cold water,  just enough to cover them. In the  morning pick the fish fine and mix  well with the soaked crackers, three  well beaten eggs and a piece of butter  the size of an egg, also salt and pepper. Take one quart of milk and add  to it one dessertspoonful of flour. Boll  five minutes and pour over in the dish  ln which it is to be baked. Bake  twenty minutes.���������Boston Post  A Proposal.  A love smitten youth who was studying the approved methods of proposal  asked one of his bachelor friends If he  thought that a young man should propose to a girl on his knees.  "If he doesn't." replied his friend,  "the girl should get off."-Everybody's  Magazjne.  Asking Too Much.  "What did you raise lu your garden?" said the Interested friend,  "You iiflk too much," replied Mr.  CroflslotH. "You can't expect me to bo  enough of a botanist (0 give tho correct mi tne of every weed that grows."  ���������Washington Star.  Untold.  Horacr-Tliat chap in  the big red  touring car Is n man of untold wealth,  Coiner-Ali. a  tux dodder, cb.7-^,'  | lain tne goiqen p/zk.  Cherry Salad.  Big, dark red aud black cherries  make the most delightful salad, either  alone or in combination with other  fruit..  They are heaped on young lender lettuce leaves and served with a French  dressing or mayonnaise.  Very thin slices of golden brown buttered toast or rye bread are served  with such a salad.  Another way to mako a cherry salad  Is to remove the stones from the fruit  nnd fill the cavity with whole blanched almonds or finely chopped nut  meats. Mayonnaise flavored with maraschino Is served, and cream cheese,  balls mixed with chopped maraschtni-  cherries and rolled ln powdered nut  meats are placed on the wide of tbe  diflh in whlcb the salad Js perred.  Real Sport.  The housewife looked at the tramp  suspiciously.  "My man," she said sternly, "what  are you doing in those riding boots  and that tattered red jacket?"  "Ah. lady," said the wayfarer as he  tipped his cap, "I belong to a hunt  club!"  "Indeed! And are you hunting foxes?"  "No. mum; I'm hunting a meal."���������  Minneapolis Journal.  An independent Miller.  When Frederick built his faraoaa  palace of Sans Soucl there happened  to be a mill that greatly hampered him  in the execution of his plans, and he  asked the miller for how much he  would sell it. The miller replied that  for a long series of years his family  had owned Ihe mill, which had passed  from father to son. and thai he wou.d  not sell it for any price. The king  used every solicitation, offered to build  him a mill in a better place and pay  him. besides, any sum he might demand, but (he obstinate miller still persisted in his determination to preserve  the inheritance of his ancestors.  Irritated at last by his conduct, the  king sent for him and said in an angry tone:  "Why do you refuse to sell your mill  notwithstanding all tbe advantages I  have offered you?"  The miller repeated his reasons.  "Do you know," continued the king,  "that I could take It without giving  you a penny?"  "Yes," returned the miller calmly, "If  It were not for the chamber of justice  at Berlin."  The king was so flattered by this answer, which showed that he was incapable of an act. of injustice, that he  dismissed the miller without further  entreaty and changed the plan of his  garden.  A   Philosopher's  Fable.  Arthur Aull is responsible for this  one:  "Folly. Genius and Common Sense  once went walking and came to a  stream. Genius, having his head in  the clouds, naturally started to wade  across, paying no attention to the  depth. The waters soon went over his  head, and he was drowned. Common  Sense hunted for a safe way to get  across, and finally he found a foot log.  As he got out about tlie center of the  stream the log swayed, and ho fell-into  the water and sank to rise no more.  Folly stopped at the bank of the  stream to amuse himself by throwing  pebbles into the water and watching  the waves. He sat upon the moist,  cold bank ur.til he caught a cold which  developed into pneumonia, of which  he soon died. Moral.���������It doesn't make  much difference, after all, whether  you are a genius, a sage or a fool.  You'll get It sooner or later anyway."  She���������Sho told mo you told her that  secret I told you not to tell her.  He���������The mean thing! I told her  not lo tell you I told her.  She���������I promised her I wouldn't tell  you sho told me, so don't tell her I  told you.  An old couple lived in the mountains of eastern Tennessee; ho was  ninety-five and she niiicty. Their son,  a man of seventy, died. As tho old  folks crossed the pasture to their  cabin after the burial, the woman  noticed a tear roll clown her husband's cheek. Sim patted him tenderly on the arm and said:  "Never mind, John, never mind;  you know I always said we never  would raise that boy."���������From "Success Magazine." ���������  "Why, Johnny, what aro vou crying  so about?" "Got a lickin'1" "Well,  don't you mind." "G'wan! That's  cos I wuz licked for!"���������Cleveland  Leader.  Minards    Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  Mrs. Hoyle���������"I've found out where  my husband spends   his   evenings."  Mrs. Doyle���������"Whore?"  .Mrs. Doyle���������"At home. You see I  had to stay in myself last night."  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  "What did her father say?" "He  didn't absolutely refuse," he replied  thoughtfully, "but he imposed a very  severe condition." "What was it?"  "He said he woud sec me hanged  first."  Do not be satisfied .with temporary relief���������Cleanse the system and make  ,   cure lasting with, DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PJLLS  Constipation begins with the bowels  but it does not end there.  You must also consider' the way it  effects the liver, the kidneys the digestive system and in. fact the whole  human body. ,  Headaches, backaches, aching limbs,  indigestion, biliousness, kidney derangements and the most serious  diseases imaginable often have their  beginning with ..constipation of the  bowels.  There is one treatment which has a  direct" and combined-action on. the  bowels, the liver and the kidneys' and  gets these organs into good working  order in remarkably quick time, and  that is Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  They afford relief quickly, but they  do more than that. They positively  cure constipation, and insure lasting  regularity of the bowels by setting the  liver right.   ���������   ���������  Policeman Peter C. Morris, 10 Was-  cana Ave., Toronto, Ont. states:���������  "I was troubled for years with habitual constipation and have spent considerable, in so-called remedies and  can gladly say that I have been completely cured by using Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills and shalFbe pleased to -personally recommend them to  any person who wishes to interview  me."     '  It scarcely seems wise to trifle with  medicines, which merely afford temporary relief, when, . by using -Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, you not  only get prompt relief hut also a  thorough cleansing ot the whole excretory system and lasting benefits by  the restoration of the health and activity of the liver.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cts. a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  No child should be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when prompt relief can be got in a simple but strong  remccl<y���������Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Betraying  Family Secrets   .  Lady���������Will you send this rug on approval?  Salesmar���������Certainly, ma'am.  Little. Girl (who is with her mother)  ���������Hadn't you better tell him to be  sure and get it there on time, mamma? .You know wc give the party tomorrow night.���������Life..  Helpmates  "Let me see���������didn't you tell me to  remind you to get something when we  got to town?"  "I believe I did."  "What was it?"���������Judge'.  Blobhs���������"What's the matter with  Honpecke? He seems quite depressed." j  Slobbs���������"Oh, I made the mistake of i  telling him to make himself feel quite  at home."���������Philadelphia Record.  WINNIPEG    BUSINESS   COLLEGE.  28th Year.  Individual Instruction.  Good Positions Await our Graduates.  Write for Illustrated Catalogue.  Address, The Secretary, Winnipeg  Business College, Comer Portage Ave.  and Fort St., Winnipeg, Man.  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  Temperance St., Toronto, Can.  Established   1862,   taken   over  by  the  Provincial Government of Ontario,  1908..  Affiliated with the University of Toronto,  under the control of the Dept. of Agriculture   of   Ontario.    College   opens   lBt   Oo-  Tlm o���������r.���������i ,*-,.o���������- .        ��������� ���������������������������       11     i tober,  1909.-      Course    of    study    extcnJs  The school director was Visiting the | through 3 college years.   TEES PER SES-  Lvery    face    was    washed,.! SION $75.00.   Calendar on application.   .  1 B.  A.  A.  GRANGE,  V.S.. M.S..  Principal.  Dept.  C.  If .--very housekeeper would use Wilson's Fly Pads freely during the Summer months the house fly peril would  soon be a thing of tho past.  school  every pair of shoes was shining, and  every boy'had on a clean collar. The  teacher was proud of all of them.  They were'very much attention  when the director arose to address  them.  "Now, tell'me," he said, "some of  the things that are made in Frankfort." --���������..���������������������������  "Clothes," said John Knight.  "Right," replied the director.  "Now, some of you bright boys  hurry up and tell me,'-' he continued,  "what the skin of a cow is used for."  Little "Tommy" Coyle jumped up  and said���������"Please, sir, the skin is  used to keep the meat in."  MADE IN CANADA  Worse Than a Hired Man.  "Ynas,'' drawled the postmaster of  Bacon Ridge, "that's old Zeb White,  the laziest man In the state,"  "In what way Is he so lazy?" asked  the coffee salesman.  "Why, every Sunday ho lakes tho  two chickens they arc going to have  for dinner and tics them as near to  the pike as possible."  "H'm!  Whnt Is that for?"  "So tho racing automobiles will whiz  their feathers off and ho won't have  the trouble of picking thnta,"���������Houston Vast m-  f he Big Trees.  In the Calaveras national forest  there arc two groves of big trees. In  the north grove, lu Calaveras county,  there are ten trees each having a diameter of twenty-live, feet or over  and more than seventy having a diameter ranging between fifteen and  twenty-five feet. ���������-��������� The tree called the  "father of the forests," which now  lies on the ground, Is estimated'to have  had a height of 450 feet and a diameter at the ground of more than forty  feet. The hark on these trees runs  from sis Inches to two feet In thickness. Besides the giant sequoias there  are hundreds of sugar pines and yellow pines from eight to ten feet In diameter and ranging' to 27G feet in  height.-Youth's Companion.  Boston's Homeless Children.  The Henry Watson Children's Aid  society of lioston hns adopted a new  system of caring temporarily for children committed to Its charge. Heretofore the children havo been cared for  nt the society's home. Under the new  plan tho children nre to bo boarded lu  private families until permanent homes  nre found for them by the society.  This Idea was first Irled lu Hoston nnd  found to be satisfactory by the Boston  Children's Aid society and the Boston  mission, two of the foremost societies  In children's relief work In the country. Slice tho adoption of the system  ln Boston Massachusetts has nbollshed  Its Institutions for the care of .homeless children, placing them In family  Lotnes.-New York Tribune.  Told to Earn His Own Salary.  Commodore Vanderbiit discovered In  James H. flutter, then In the employ  of the Erie railroad, a man he believed  the freight department of the Central  needed, says the Baltimore News. It  Is related that some time after he took  charge of the Central's traffic office  Utittcr called on the commodore to  submit a plan for improvement When  he hnd stated the case the president  looked at himsbarply and asked:  "flutter, what does the New York  Central pay you $15,000 a year for?"  The reply was, "For managing the  freight trallic department."  And then the commodore said. "Well,  you don't expect nie to earn your salary for you, do you?"  Rutter went out and carried through  his plaq on his own judgment. The result was highly satisfactory. Rutter  became president of the Central.  _ Your hair wants cutting badly,  sir," said a barber insinuatingly to a  customer. "No, it doesn't" replied the  man in the chair. "It wants cutting  nicely. You cut it badly last time!"  ���������Philadelphia Inquirer  Safe  A kind old gentleman, seeing a very  small boy carrying a lot of newspapers  under his arm, was moved to pity.  "Don't all those papers make you  tired, my boy?"   -  "Nope," the mite cheerfully replied,  "I can't read."���������Youth's Companion.  It Is to the advantage j  of every housekeeper  ' in Canada to use them  Magic Baking Powder,  aillett'-s Perfumed Lye.  Imperial Baking Powder.  Glllett's Cream Tartar.  Royal Yeast Cakes,  ailtett's Mammoth Blue.  Magic Baking Soda.  Glllett's Washing Crystal. |  MADE FOR OVER  50 YEARS  (Esl-MI-h-d 1852)  ti W. 0ILLETT CO., LTD, Toronto. Ont.  Up to Snuff.  A man In workman's garb ono day  called nt a local dentist's, and the door  was opened by a tnnld.  Workman���������Is the gent In that draws  teeth?  Servant���������No, sir, but I expect he will  bo In shortly.  Workman (pausing on doorstep)���������  Does he give gas?  "Yes."  "What does lie charge?"  "Ono dollar."  "What���������one dollar! Do you mean to  sny, miss, a fellow's got to swnjlow  over 1,000 feet of gas to have one  tooth pulled out? No fear. I reckon  I knows a bit about It. for I work  down at the gas works myself. I'll  go to another dentist and havo li  pulled out without gas."���������Exchange.  More  Bread  to the Barrel  That extra cost per barrel  which you pay for  'S  Moro Than Pleased.  *  "Did   Miss   Flavilla   seem   pleased  when you asked her to go to tho theater?"  "Pleased! She wanted to keep the  tickets for fear something: might happen to mo.'*���������Chicago Record-Herald.  W. N. U��������� No. 767  doesn't go into anybody's pocket.  It covers the cost of inspecting the  entire wheat crop of the country, and  selecting the choicest grain.  It pays, for cleanliness, for purity  and for scientific flour-making;  A barrel of Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour goes farther than a barrel  of any other flour. It makes more  bread and better bread.  You are not really spending that  extra amount���������you are investing it.  Go to your grocer and say "Royal  Household." 2a  Oflllvle Hear Mills Co., Limited.  n  0.  I ouioilliinfio. .  i/uy    uiu-uwii ��������� buiii u"j- ��������� l������A CA 1 SJlr\G    "I^V '-"-""I'll' (C/C4 i ������-f Vf <r THE   LEDGE.   GREENWOOD.   BRITISH COLUMBIA. '  HE WR  IRQ) GIRL,  A Courtship That Began Under  Peculiar Circumstances.  By ANITA W. EDGERLEV.  [Copyright,  1300,  by Associated  "Llturary  Press.]  Half a mile north of the Stevens  farmhouse, where Miss 'Irene Kings-  land, from the city, was visiting her  aunt and uncle, was the byroad leading to what was called the glen. There  was a glen with a cascade, and It was  rather a wild and rocky spot.  It was a quarter of a mile from the  main road, and on this byroad lived  a widow with' an auburn haired daughter sixteen years old.  After Miss Irene had been at the  farmhouse for a week and had become  familiar wllh tho sight of pigs, chickens, geese and an old rooster blind in  one eye she was told about tho glen  and was anxious to see it. The road  was plain before her. Take tho first  turn to the right and she was there.  She was told about tlio byroad, but  not about the auburu haired girl. In  this world thero nre always some  things lefl' out to make us trouble at  a future date.  The young lady of nineteen started  out bravely, and her spirits were unruffled until she turned Into the byroad. There she came across the auburn haired girl sitting oo a log by the  roadside. The proper way would have  been for her to stop and ask a question or two about the glen and thus  open up a pleasant conversation.  Unfortunately she took another way.  She held herself stiffly erect and passed  on. The auburn haired girl, who was  almost as pretty as Miss Irene, followed her. Miss Irene heard her footsteps, but would not look back. Auburn hair coughed and began to hum  a tuie, but it was * no use. -  Just how long it takes an auburn  haired girl to get her dander up has  never before been recorded for use of  the agricultural or any other department. In (his case It was four minutes. She had heard of Miss Irene as  being "from the city" and of being  SHE POINTED TO MISS IRENE AND 3MIIiEI)  WICKEDLY.  haughty and having at least two hats,  and she ached to take her down a peg.  From a distance of ten feet ln the  rear she remarked quietly that some  folk considered other folk as dirt beneath their feet.  Miss Irene reached the glen with  flashing eyes and blazing cheeks, and  of course she could not be expected to  find any grandeur or romance. The  moss grown rocks were there, and tho  waters cascaded, but they were naught  to tbe humiliated and indigDant girl.  She would go home, but she could not  go by the same route and pass that  young minx again and receive more  "sauce." * She would go by the fields  and woods.  It was ln carrying out this determination that.she soon found herself  in an old clearing and realized that she  was lost. She had started to weep over  It when another female entered the  clearing and advanced toward her.  The newcomer was a lady of thirty,  and she was also lost. She bad not  been lost In leaving the glen, but ln  seeking to find It. She was cool and  calm and did not fear that they could  not find their way to the highroad  after a rest.  Ah the couple sat on a log talking  events were happening elsewhere.  The auburn haired girl had gone down  to the main road, and as she reached  It a young man came driving along In  a buggy. She recognized him as young  Merrlfield, a lawyer In Bellville, fivo  ���������alios away. Having all the law there  was on his side, he was uot afraid of  a pretty girl eveu when he didn't know  her. He checked his .horse when near  her and siiId:.  "Say. miss, have you heard that one  of the female patients In the Bellville  Iusane asylum escaped this morning?"  "No!" she replied, with deep and exalted Interest and prepared to listen.  "Y*s. nnd when Inst seen she was  headpd this way. I am going over to  Liverpool, nnd (Ley wanted me to  spread the news ns I drove along.  Don't suppose you have seen anything  of a stray remi-le around here?"  "Oh, hut I hn -e. She passed here  an hour ago on her way to the glen.  I thought she win* queer ln her bend.  Yes; "Jfou'll Und her nt the glen."  It was the pretty girl's opportunity  at a rlw>I. nnd she took It. The law-  .<pr decided that If uhe would ride to  the glen wllh lilni, to soothe nnd calm  the patient In ensp she was violent,  he would nmkp nn effort to return tho  put lent to (lie authorities. The girl  chuckled nnd climbed Into the buggy.  Of cour-ip Ml������s lien*1 wns uot found  Al the gieii, hul the lawyer wm a  Sherlock Holmes in IiIh way. H������  looked nbout mid found fragments ol  licr wardrobe Nth-king lu the rails of  H fence she had cllmbi-d, and, leaving  the horse and buggy and enthusiastic-  tilly followed by Auburn Hnlr, he clung  to the trail tin(II Hie clearing wus  reached.  "That's her!" exclaimed Auburn  Hair us she pointed to Miss Irene and  smiled wickedly.  If Ihe lawyer .hadn't heen a lawyer  he would have advanced and seized  the gullly party and thrown her over  Ills shoulder and started tor tho bus-  ������v. but lov/vers don't rtwli In whoro  Bgigj������ajig  angels fear to tread. Here were two  females. Indeed, with Auburn Hair,  there were three.  He hadn't a description of the escaped patient. , He had been told she  was a "youngish" female. The three  were "youngish." It. might be , any  one of them.  It might be the one who had given  him the Information. Insane people'  are cunning and up to all sorts of  tricks.  "Well, why don't you take her?" de;  manded Auburn Hair maliciously.  "Sir, what does this mean?" asked  Miss Irene as she drew herself up..  "Sir, what does this mean?'!, asked  the strange lady as she did likewise.  "Why���������why," stammered the lawyer,  "one of you has escaped from the asylum at Bellville. I am here to ask you  to return with me. You' shall have a  nice ride iu my buggy, and if you are  very quiet I'll let you drive the horse.  The asylum is a nice place, you know  ���������nice place. It's homelike and.nice���������.  very���������aud���������and"���������  "It's her!" repeated Auburn Hair,  pointing again to Miss Irene as the  confused lawyer looked from one to  another.  "You nre tho one!" sternly and tragically whispered tho strange lady as  she pointed at the auburn haired girl  In turn.  "By George! By George!" gasped tho  lawyer as he rubbed the back of his  head.  The pose lasted sixty seconds: then  the lawyer rallied his wits. Auburn  Hair had on an old frock and was hat-  less. She must be the one who had escaped, aud she must he taken back. ���������  "Now, then, be very quiet and very  nice," he said In a soothing way as' ho  took her hand. "You are going home,  you know. You are going where every  one loves you. If you aro good aud  nice you shall have a Teddy bear to  play with. Come along, dear���������come  right along. Perhaps you two ladies  wouldn't mind accompanying us until  we reach the buggy."  The tables had been turned on poor  little Auburn Hair, but she was no timid fawn despite her very evident good  looks. She s&-**tched, and as. he defended himsejjKtts best he could the  strange lady rW*up and clasped Miss  Irene ln her arms and went dancing  around and singing and laughing.  The four were fouud thus'when an  attendant of the asylum rushed into  the clearing and advanced to exclaim:  "Good heavens! ��������� Only one. escaped,  and here are four!"  It took five minutes to straighten  outthe' tangle. The strange lady was  the escaped patient,' Of course Auburn  Hair had got the worst of It all arouud,  and she was the first one to go. She  was game, but she knew when she was  worsted. ,.  When the lawyer and tlie girl from  the city had been left alone he made  his address to the jury. It was up to  him to make it a "huniiner." lie asked  the jury to remember thut he had never hunted escaped lunatics before, that  he knew nothing about jealousy and  auburn haired girls, that he was only  doing his duty and that if he was  brought in guilty suicide was tbe only  thing left him. The jury listened aud  leplied:  "Yon are forgiven this time, but don't  you ever take mo for a lunatic againl  You may take me home."  In driving down the byroad they had  to pass the widow's house. The auburn haired daughter was at the gate  and waiting for them.  They looked straight ahead, as If she  were not ou earth, but as they came  opposite she called out:  "Oh, it's a case of love at first sight,  is It? Well, I'll send each of you a  Teddy bear tomorrow."  Some courtships "have had their beginning under still more unfavorable  circumstances and ended most happily.  That's what this one did.  Seventy Years of Life.  A German mathematician has employed a little figuring to demonstrate  what the Biblical span of life of threescore and ten really means, and his  results are very Interesting.  Seventy years of life mean S4G  monlhs or 25,550 days, equal to 613,200  bou.-������"or 30,702.000 minutes or 2,207,-  520,000 seconds. It shows that a man  reaching that age lias gone to bed 25,-  350 times and, pxcepiing childhood, he  has breakfasted 25,0C*, times, as well  as dined and supped. Supposing that  he has taken three cups of coffee or of  tea a day. one at each meal, he has  cousumed 75.000 cups of wither bever-  nge. If he smoked three c-Igars a day  ���������>.e would have consumed thi' enormous  quantify of 5-1.750 cigars, which, at 5  cents apiece, would mean that J2.737.50  went up in smoke. At the r--.te of a  pound of meat a day hc-'lmn eaten  25.000 pounds, or as much as twelve  ox<*n. If he waltced a mile .������ day,  omitting, of course, his childhood, he  has covered 25.000 miles.  He has taken 735.840.000 breaths, being 1.200 In an hour, 28,000 In a day  and 10.152.000 In a year. The number  of heart boats Is still greater. Let us  suppose that there were seventy-five  heart beats a minute. This would be  ���������1.500 In an hour, 108,000 a day, 39,'lSO,-  000 a year and 2,759.400.000 /or seventy years of life.���������Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.  The Unkindest Cut.  Men have borne the news of troubles,  Buch as ruin, with a grin;  They've been bravo and never faltered  In a battle's roaring din,  Hut to some there comes a moment  When thoy'ro knocked completely Cat,  Thla Is when some kind frles-I chuckles,  "Say, old man, you'ro sotting fat I"  Many a steady heart has faltered  As tho mirror showed his hair  fllroaked with Bray about tho temples  Or a bald spot spreading there.  Comfort, thouf-li, was quick In coming���������  He could hido It with his hat-  Hut this knocks a man a twister,  Bill, by George, you'ro getting fat!"  Old age comes, and wo accept It,  Though with secret, pained regrot.  Thon our Inner self keeps saying  That we're really not old yot.  But, oh, shades of flesh reducers,  Fate cicala hor most stinging tint  When tho old'acquaintance kIbbIcs,  "Hny, old boy, you're getting fall"  -Charles It. IJuiiiuh In New VorK Hun  Tho Good In Her Name,  "That's Skinner's wife," said Gnus-  Hip. "They say she didn't have a very  good name when he married her."  "Well, he seems to think it's very  good now," replied Wine.  "Vcs?"  "Yea. He's put nil his property In  Ir/'-Cullmllc Standard mid Times.  " How Ho Worked tho Artist.  This account of how an intimate  friend of tho.great artist Kyosal obtained one of the painter's drawings la  from Mm. Hugh Frazer's "Letters  li"rom-Japan:"'  Kyosal always refused If asked outright for a sketch. So his friend began the negotiation by offering tho artist an excellent dinner. When Kyosal  bad drunk deeply and seemed ln a  mellow humor his host called for  drawing niuterluls, saying that he felt  an artistic fancy taking possession ot  him. No one was surprised, as Japanese gentlemen often amuso themselves In this way ufter a feast. Tho  servant then brought an enormous  sheet of white paper and spread It on  the floor with the brushes and Indian  Ink beside It. The crafty host, without looking at bis guest, sunk on bis  knees and began to draw, apparently  absorbed In his occupation, but Intentionally producing weak and Incoherent lines. Kyosal watched the feeble  effort lu silence aud growing Irritation,  and at last Jumped up, dashed the tyro  aside aud tore, tbe brush out of his  hand, exclaiming: "Out of the way,  you wretched bungler! I will teach  you how to draw!" And tho result  was n priceless sketch, which remained In the. possession of the wily entertainer.  A Max O'Rell 8tory.  Before he attained fame with his various, books' M. Blouet (Max O'ltcll),  who was for several years French  master at St. PauPe school, related  how ho obtained his post there. After  two or three earlier applicants had returned unsuccessful from their Interview with Dr. Walker, who was at the  time headmaster of the school, M.  Blouet's turn came.  "I want," said the doctor after a  few words, "n French master who can  preserve discipline. My inst .was a  perfect gentleman and a good fellow,  but. he could not keep the classes In  order. The end of It was that after  being much worried by one of .the  boys the poor fellow went homo and  shot himself."  "Sir," replied Max O'Rell, "that Is  where my countryman made a little  mistake. .1 should have shot the boy."  The doctor rose, says M. Blouet, and  grasped my hand.  "M. Blouet," he exclaimed, "you are  my French master!"���������Loudon Captain.  Tips Costlier Than Treats.  They wero going out of tho Waldorf  when he saw her look so longlugiy ln  at the-big, beautiful roomful of white  tubles laden with roses that ho said,  "Will you go In and have a cup of tea  or something?"  She assented willingly.  ."Your hat and overcoat, sir," said the  waller firmly. "You nre not allowed to  sit lu here with your overcoat on."  "BuT." objected he, "I shall stay only  a few minutes."  "No matter, sir." said the waiter and  took his hat and overcoat with an air  of determination and disappeared.  - "That's the third time," sighed he,  "that I have started to go home, met  somebody and parted from my bat and  coat to treat thorn. If it happens again  tho tips to the waiters for keeping my  hat and coat will amount to more than  the sum I have paid for tho treats."���������  New York Press.  A Bad Mixup.  "Say," remarked one government  clerk to another, "I'm up against it  good and proper."  "What's the trouble?" queried g. c.  No. 2.  "I got two medical certificates from  two different doctors yesterday," explained the party of the first part.  "One was a certificate of health for a  life Insurance company, and the other  was a certificate of illness to be sent  to my chief with a petition for two  weeks' leave of absence."  "Oh, 'that's nothing," rejoined his  fellow clerk, "I've dooo that myself."  "Yes," continued the other, "but I  mixed tho certificates ln mailing. Tho  ill health certificate went to the Insurance company and the certificate of  good health went to my chief. See?"  ���������Chicago News.  A Threatening Comet.  M. Camille Flammarlou, the great  scientist, after mary years of study,  arrived at the conclusion* that the  world will iu the twenty-fifth century  come across the path of the comet  Bella. On this occasion a collision will  take place, and, Bella being Infinitely  greater than the earth, a shock may  be expected which, be calculates, will  be 805 times greater than the shock  caused by tho collision between two  trains, each trarcllug at sixty-five  miles an hour.  ' Future Captains of Industry  Our future captains of industry are  probably to be found, as were most of  the present, in obscure , positions,  They are rod men on the way to becoming heads ' of great engineering  concerns; train despatchers en route  for railway presidents'*f"**d-*!rks in coun  try stores fitting themselves all unconsciously to be financial leaders  The peculiar qualities which, make  them what they are cannot be taught';  they are partly the gift of nature and  partly beaten out in the hard school  of experience.���������New York Post.  Take and Shake  "This is my new Regulator and  Complexion Bcautifier, fifty cents per  bottle."  "To be shaken before taken, I suppose?"  "Well, that's a matter of taste;  some take it and then shake it afterwards."  His Doubtful Status  "Engaged lo that beautiful girl, and  yet not happy?"  ".Well, she's gone in by turns for  rowing and tennis, and horses, and  golf, and dogs?"  "Say on."  "Sometimes I wonder if I nm a  sweetheart or merely a fad."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Meek Little Wife  "Did you take mo for a fool when  you married mo?" cried an angry husband in the thick of a domestic quarrel, to which the wife meekly replied:  "No, Sammy, I did not; but then  you always said I was no judge of  character."���������Spare Moments.  Palmist���������Shall I tell your fortune,  sir?  Brokley���������Yes.   Tell it to hurry up.  Why the Tears Came  She offered an explanation of her  tearful mood.  "I've been to a wedding," she said  "I always cry more at a wedding than  I do at a funeral.' It's so much more  uncertain."���������New York Press.  flow's This?  We otter Ono Hundred Dollars He-wd tor any  caso of Catarrh tbat cannot bo cured by Hall'������  Catarrh Cure.  F. J. CHEKEY & CO.. Toledo, O.  We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney  for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially  able to carry out any obligations made by bis Arm.  WALDI.S'a, KlNNAN A ilAKVIW.  Wholesale DruKBlata. Toledo. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tuken Internally. aciln(  dl-cct.lv upon tho blood nnd mucous surlnccs of thi  system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cent-i pe  bottle. Sold by all Drutr-lst-i.  Take Hall's Family Fills lor constipation.  First Straphanger (in a whisper)���������  "Why did you give that woman your  seat? She isn't bundle-laden, tired or  pretty, or even polite."  Second Straphanger ��������� "Well���������er���������  you see���������she is my wife."���������Harvard  Lampoon.  McKendry's Fall and Winter Style Book  .��������� ���������''... , ��������� f^REE  The daintiest hats you ever saw, the very  latest styles, and at prices which cannot be  equalled anywhere in Canada.  sTte:  At great expense tbb book has been prepared for our out-of-town customers. It contains lovely half-tone drawings of the most approved Hats  to be worn during the fall and winter season, f-uitable for any age from  tot to matron. Thousands of ladies in every part of Canada have proven  the excellence of our work, and at the same time have made a most sub-  ��������� stantial saving in price.   The list of customers is growing each  season.   You should be on the list.  McKendry's  ," The Home  of the Hal  Beautiful"  Write to-day at the demand for our "Style  /^j^v Book" it very great.  McKendry's Limited  226-228 Yonge Street  Toronto. Ont.  is-*-'  Bright Boy  The pretty Sunday school ' teacher  had boon telling the class about the  great Sahara desert.  "And boys," she said in conclusion,  "the camel can go eight-days without  walur."  "That's nothing," spoke up Jimmy  on the end seat. "1-know some horses  that go all summer without water  and carry people on their backs every  day."  "Gracious, Jimmy! You mustn't exaggerate in Sunday school."  "I'm not exaggerating, ma'am. They  are the flying horses on the summer  park merry-go-round."  It is an undisputed fact that one  packet of Wilson's Fly Pads has actually killed a bushel of house flies  Fortunately no such quantity can ever  be found in a well kept house, but  whether they be few or many Wilson's  Fly Pads will kill them all.  Two London cabbie's were glaring at  each other.  "Aw,-wot's the matter ivitli y.,u?"  demanded one.  "Nothink's the matter with mo.  Why?"  "You gave me a narsty look," persisted the first.  "Mc? -Why,'you certainly 'ave a  narsty look, but I didn't give it to  you."  Mr. Mooney disapproved of duelling  as set forth and explained by his  neighbor, Mr. Baumgarton. " "fis a  haytheiiish, barbarious way of con-  ductin' a quarr'l!" said Mr. Mooney,  with firmness.  "It is mooch like war," said his  ponderous friend, "only in war dere  is more beoplos dakes part. It is no  great difference, my front."  "Sure, there is, n big' difference,"  said Mr. Mooney. "In war ye can lie  in wait or get behind something,  man!"  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  Teacher���������"Johnny,   tell   me   something of Abraham Lincoln."  Johnny���������"Which version?"  Teacher���������"Why,    what      do  mean?"  Johnny���������"History or  magazine?"  Cleveland leader.   *  Careless of the Pence  The man who complains loudest  about the high cost of living pays out  car fare when it would be better for  him to walk, has his shoes shined at  a stand when he might just as well  shine thcin himself, isn't particular  about the number of high ones that  he pays for in a day, thinks it beneath  his dignity to smoke five-cent cigars,  and in many other ways lets slip  nickels and dimes that quickly make  the dollar.���������Albany Journal.  Down at Bacon Ridge  Farmer Kyctop���������How did you come  to lose your barn by fire, Hiram?  Farmer Jiyetop���������Gosh! Did the  burglars set the barn afire.  Farmer Hardapple���������No, but they  broke into the village iirchouse the  night before and stole all the red  shirts and you know our fire-lighting  boys would as soon think of Hying  without wings as to turn out to a lire  without their red shirts.  Deceitful Appearances  Th American opinion of coffee as understood in the. .English home is not  high, and how the coffee of the English lodgings is esteemed may be understood from the following traveller's  tale.   It was his first morning in London apartments,    and    his   landlady  came up-with the breakfast, and as he  began the meal opened a slight conversation.  "It looks like rain," she said.  "It does,"   replied   the   American;  "but it smells rather like   coffee."���������  London Chronicle.  you  Unbearable  Teacher���������Are you as naughty as this  when you're at home?  Freddie���������Ycs'in; that's the reason  mother makes mc go to school.  Very many persons die annually  from cholera, and kindred summer  complaints, who might have been  saved if proper remedies had been  used. If attacked do not delay in getting a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, the medicine that  never fails to effect a cure. Those  who have used it says it acts promptly, and thoroughly subdues tho pain  and disease.  "That boy," said a Middlesex farmer, "beats my time! Jest now, when I  quoted Scripter to him he come back  at me hard I"  "You don't say?"  "Shore. I told liim to git a hoc an'  foller the furrow. 'Thar's gold in the  land,' I said, and what do you reckon  he made answer?"  "You tell it."  " -Father,' he says, 'I don't kcr fer  the gold o' this here world; I've laid  up treasure in heaven!"  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Impurities of Blood Counteracted.���������  Impurities in the blood come from  defects in the action of the liver. They  are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on the skin. They must  be treated inwardly, and for this purpose there is no more effective compound to be used than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They act directly on  the liver and by setting up healthy  processes have a beneficial effect upon  the blood, so that . impurities are  eliminated.  His proud lip curled.  "You think you are clever," he  sneered, "but I can see through you."  And the next day she had her summer gown lined.���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  Everybody knows the house that is  advertised as being "five minutes"  from everywhere, and consequently a  miracle of convenience. This house  has been doggcrelised by a Transatlantic poet��������� " 'Five minutes from a  grocery (it takes three hours to send);  'Five minutes' from a church by far  too distant to attend; 'Five minutes  from the schoolhousc two miles and  more -away; 'Five minutes' from a  post office you reach in half a day;  "Five minutes' from the woodpile, the  barn, and the front fence; 'Five minutes' from the clothes-line, the pump.  ���������Oh, I go hence!"  Zones and Gerders  While inspecting examination papers recently/ teacher found various  humorous answers to questions. A  class of boys, averaging about twelve  years of age, had been examined in  geography, the previous day having  been devoted to grammar. Among the  geographical questions was the following: "A'ame the zo:ies." One promising  youth of eleven years, who had mixeu  the two subjects, wrote. "There are  two zones, masculine and feminine.-  The masculine is either temperate or  intemperate;' the feminine is cither  toTrid or frigid ("���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  BETTER   THAN   SPANKING.  Spanking does not cure children of  bed-wetting. There, is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W. 77, Windsor, Ont., will  send free to any mother her successful  home treatment, with full instruction.'-. Send no money but write her  to-day if your children trouble you  in'this way. Don't blame tho child;  the chances are it can't help it. This  treatment also cures adults and aged  people troubled with urine difficulties  by day or night..  Cockney Tourist (to native)���������Look  here, my man, I suppose you know all  the sights down here.  Native (surveying with interest)���������  Oh, no, mister; there's always now  ones a-comin'.  Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy.  Try Murine For Your Eye Troubles.  You Will Like Murine. It Soothes.  50c At Your Druggists. Write For  -Eye Books. Free. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  St. Isidore, P.Q., Aug. 18, 190-1.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Gentlemen���������1 have frequently used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe it for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it the best all-round Liniment  extant.  Yours trulv,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIROIS.  Pater���������"And did that young man  have the nerve to think that he was ii<  a position to propose to my daughter?"  Daughter���������"Oh, he was, papa! He  was on his knees."  Corns cannot exist when Hallo-  way's Corn Cure is applied to thorn,  because it goes to the root and kills  the growth.  Caller���������"Sorry to hear of your  motor accident."  Enthusiastic motorist���������"Oh, thanks,  it's nothing. Except to live through  many more."  Caller���������"Oh, I trust not."  Practically all Canadian druggists  grocers and gpiiaral dealers sell Wilson's Fly Pads. If your storekeeper  does not, ask him why.  It is customary in many public  schools for a teacher to ask a pupil  liis father's occupation. The following is- the result of such questioning  in a school in New England:  Teacher���������What is your father's occupation?  Faultless in Preparation. ��������� Unlike  any other stomacii regulator, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the result  of long study of vegetable compounds  calculated to stimulate the stomachic  functions and maintain them at the  normal condition. Years of use have  proved their faultless character and  established their excellent reputation.  And this reputation they have maintained for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills, must always  stand at the head of the list of standard preparations.  A Bad Hoi?-to Get Into.  A gen I Ionian wt>s going round ���������>  strange golf course with u local cad  die, and after playing part of llic way  he pointed to a rather high wall nnd  Inquired. "Is there a (He over there?"  "Yes, sir," replied lhe "-addle solemnly; "lhere's lhe cemcii'i'v over there.  Don't put yourself Into h hole thero  If you can help lt."-Loiui"i Scraps.  His Transformatlr-\  Little Harold, aged six fell very  proud when lie donned hi.' tlrsl pair  of trousers. Taking his thro-i-yonr-old  brother behind the door, lie viis overheard to sny. "Willie, Willi' do you  rt'ii'i-uibor uu'V"~ Di'llncnlnr.  A Philadelphia philosopher warns  the general public to quit worrying  over the hot weather. It will not Inst  long, he says, and presently the frost  will he on the pumpkin and the smoke  from tho reluctant furnace will be filling the house. And then, ho says,  pnuenionia kills more people in winter  time in ono week than the sun does in  four months.   Now, he good.  MM  mmmmm  W. N, U��������� No. 767  Plenty of Time  Joaquin Miller was once overtaken  by a countryman, who gave him a  long ride. Tired at length of the conversation, the poet took a novel from  his pocket.  "What are you reading?" said the  countryman.  "A novel of Bret Hartc's," said Mr.  Miller.  "Well, how, I don't see how an immortal being wants to be wasting his  time with such stuff."'  "Are you quite sure," said the poet,  "that I am an immortal being?"  "Of course you are."  "If that's the case," responded Miller, "I don't see why I need be so  very economical of my time."���������Philadelphia Record.  Why Pat Dropped  An Irishman,fell from a house and  landed on a wire about twenty feet  from the ground. After he had struggled a moment the man lot go nnd fell  to the ground. Some one asked his  reasons for lotting go. "Faith," was  the reply. "I was afraid the domn'd  wire would break."���������Medical Summary.  To bo nhsent-niindod nt a dinnerparty is dangerous, but to be nearsighted is disastrous. Miss Elmore  was both, and when, one evening,  Jonas, tho colored butler, had stood  patiently offering her the cakes for at  least a minute, she realised tho situation with a gasp, nnd tried to make  up for her embarrassment by prompt  action.  "I will take this one���������this chocolate  one," she said, with decision, as she  made a dab nt the edge of tho dish.  " 'Souse me, misH, you can't. Das  my thumb I" was Jonas's meek reply.  "You say, madam," said the bespectacled lawyer to the woman in the  witness chair, "that the defendant is  a sort of relation of yours. Will you  just explain how you are related to  the defendant.  The witness beamed upon the court  and replied:  "Well, it's just like this. His first  wife's cousin and my second husband's first wife's aunt married  brothers named Jones and they were  cousins to my mother's aunt. Then  again, his grandfather on his mother's  side and my grandfather on my  mother's side were second cousins,  and his step-mother married my husband's step-father after his father and  my mother died, and his brother Joe  and my husband's brother Harry married twin sisters. I ain't never figured  out just how close related we are but  I've always looked on 'im as a sort of  cousin."  "Quite so," answered the lawyer.  Your explanations are perfectly satis  factory."  Soft Job  "I hate clerking," drawled the slothful youth in the green hatband, "anil  yet I would like a position where I  could keep my hands soft and white."  "Oh, you would, eh?" spoke up the  business man, sarcastically. "Then  why not got a job as dishwasher in a  summer hotel?"  An Oil That is Famous.- ��������� Though  Canada was not the birthplace of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, it is the home  of that famous compound. From here  its good name was spread to Central  and South America, the West Indies,  Australia and New Zealand. That is  far afield enough to attest its excellence, for in all these countries it is  on sale and in demand.  Scottish Cabby (explaining historic  landmarks of Edinburgh to American  tourists.)���������"Yon's tlie house o' John  Knox, anyway?"  Tourist���������"AVal, who was this John.  Knox, anyway?"  Cabby "(shocked)���������"Mon! Do ye no  read yer Bible?"���������Punch.  Little Boy���������I can't tell you.  Teacher���������But you must.  Little Boy���������My father doesn't want  me to tell.  Teacher���������I insist on your telling me.  I have to know.  Little Boy (tearfully)���������He's ��������� he's  the fat lady at the clime museum.  The view of the proper uses to which  money may be applied depends wholly  upon the individual. There are many  who will see nothing funny in the old  man's comment on the uses a departed relative had made of her property.  "I dunno what good Elizabeth's  money ever done her," said Mr. Sage,  reflectively. "She spent it all. Give  it away here and there, and bought  things with it."  "No, sir," ho continued, "it wa'n't  much good to her. She didn't leave  a cent."  Who Tells Secrets?  If a fool knows a secret he tells it  because he is a fool; if a knave knows  one, he tells it whenever it is to his  interests to tell it. But women and  young men are very apt to tell what  secrets they know from the vanity of  having been trusted.���������Lord hester-  lield.  Meaning What?  Hostess���������"It's beginning to rain.  You'll get wet. I think you had better  stay to dinner."  Departing Guest������������������"Oh, dear no! It's  not raining so badly as that?*���������Sydney  Bulletin.  Teacher���������Bessie, name one bird that  is now extinct.  Little Bessie���������Dick.  Teacher���������What sort of a bird is  that?  Little Bessie���������Our canary. The cat  extincted him.���������The Presbyterian.  In narrating a story of a naughty  girl and an English magistrate in his  recent book, "Old and Odd Memories," the Hon. Lionel A. Tollemachc  supplements it with that famous example of anti-climax, the rebuke of a  head-master to youthful Etonians for  unpunctuality at chapel���������"Your conduct is an insult to the Almighty and  keeps the canons waiting."  And   Modern   Science Still  Triumphs  "Do you believe surgery can ward  off old age?"  "Oh, yes. Frequently the patient  dies under an operation."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  eace  9������  In  Darkest Africa  Guide���������"Come I Quick 1 Your Excellency.   I have spotter! a leopard."  Famou-i Hunter���������"Here! Here, no  nature faking goes on this outfit.  Leopards have always been spotted."  ���������Washington Herald.  "The Doctor���������"Nonsense! You have  not got cancer, Boozo is whnt nils  you. You must stop drinking flt  once,"  The Souse���������"Gee! Is it thnt serious?  Why, Doc, I thought it was something  tlmt could bo helnod by an operation. '  ���������Cleveland Leader,  Compensation  First Girl (looking at stntue of the  Venus de Milo)-"Whnt terribly thick  waists girls must have bud In those  clnvsl"  Second Girl���������"Yes, but perhaps tlio  gcntlemon'B anna were longer.''������������������Human Life.  Will rid birds and buildings  cf lice, mites and other vermin. If applied to the bird  with a sponge it will not discolor the feathers or injure the  bird.  Retailed by  The  Steele   Briggs  Seed  Co.,  Winnipeg,  and reliable storekeepers everywhere.   Manufactured by  Carbon Oil WorKs,  Limited,  WINNIPEG,   CANADA,  Manufacturers   of   "COWL   BRAND"  Oil Specialties.  fHICK, ,SW0MEN GLANDS  Iiml idbIcs * ho-ao Wh������������io;  Hour, b*Y������ Thi ok Wlbd, o*  Ohoko-itown, e������n b* removed with  SW11������  ir������ny Dnnch or Ownlllntf.i  So bllitor. no halrl  zone, mid hail* k-pl ������ij  work. ".00 per bottlt, da-'  llr-r������d. Book 3 D fre������.  AllH01HJ]-VKtJU.ffiir   -wi  uimiklnd, "1,0*. dollToroil, lUdueai OoU������������, Tomer-,  W-ni, V-rlooie V������ln������, r/lcori. II/d������������������U, Ttlioo-  cnln,    rtiv.k'r-������   Wnrln nnlr p������.-"-.>  ft. T. yOUMO. P.D.F., '-7.Timt>lo tl., S������rtnaff������ld, Mi--,  ' l.rJllK* I.!'., Mit-*---l, C-na'fM AtinU.      'j  Alio Inrolihid ay Martin Bolt S W/-M Co., WaiUveti  the Nilla-il Dru(i 1 Clumfail Ci., WmIciu wCMgarfj  ltd lUe-ftr-M Ir-i. C-. III.. V-Dct-iw, 'V-V iT-1"  ������.daM.n-rw������(Un--  THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  4  1/  --.   .   l '- . ��������� .������������������<';...  i .,  PROVINCIAL  ELECTIONS ACT.  NOTICK is hereby given that I have  received an objection in writing to the  following names being placed on the  1.1st of Voters for the Greenwood Electoral District, on the ground that they  lmve ceased for a period of six months  tioxt before the holding of the Court to  reside in such I������lecloral District.  AND TAKE NOTICE that at the.  Court of Revision to be held ou the first  day of November, 1909, at the Court  House in Greenwood, ]$. C, at 10 o'clock  in the forenoon, I shall hear and; determine the same, and unless you, or some  other Provincial voter, 011 your behalf,  satisfies me that said objection is not well  founded, I shall strike your name olTthc  said Register.  Dated this .(tlul.-y of October, 1009.  CEO. CUNNINGHAM,  Registrar of Voters.  For Greenwood Electoral District.  James At wood, of Midway, Miner.  James Cameron, of Greenwood,  Hlack-  suiith.  Angus   Chisholin,   of   Boundary   Falls, >  Suieltennaii. I  John Duncan Calder, of Greenwood, Cook.  Clayton  Casselnian. of Boundary   Falls,  Blacksmith.  Charles CI. Curtis,  of Greenwood,  Bank  Clerk.  William Tenii Davis, of Anaconda, Smel-  terinnn.  William S. Doyle, of (.IreenwooJ, Contractor.  Ernest Hughes Dickmau, of Greenwood,  Smeltennau.  George Albert   Fou'.ds,  of   Greenwood,  Miner.  Daniel Fenton, of Greenwood, Machinist.  Malcolm Gillis, of Midway, fanner.  (Jeorge Herbert Gray, of Midway, Clerk.  Michael Gillis, of  Boundary Falls, Suiel-  terman.  Kenneth Grant, of Boundary Falls, Smel-  ���������teraian.  PatHickey, of Anaconda, Miner.  Philip Helsby. of Eholt. Operator.  George Melville Holt, of Greenwood, Machinist.  Percy Jackson, of Greenwood, Clerk.  Thomas Jenkins, of Greenwood, Machinist.  Francis Joseph Loftus, of Anaconda, Lumberman.  John Patrick Loftus, of Anaconda, Lumberman.  James A. Loftus, of Anaconda, Lumberman.  Albert L. Loftus, of Anaconda, Lumberman.  James Lynott, of Greenwood, Watchman.  Jfenry Hewitt McArthur, of Greenwood,  Smeiterman.  G. J. McARTHd  Dealer in Coal, Wood, Ties, Poles, etc.   Heavy Teaming  -   to any part of the District.  " Unequalled for Domestic Use."  Mm Wt  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. It is heated with steam and  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.  The Windsor Hotel Co.       E. J. Cartier, Manager.  &������s������se������������s e������ofisc������s������e������ft������������e������a a*������������������������������8������������������������������8  nn  ������������-2������������-0������������������������������  o  T*-  The Argo Mining and Tunnel Co. is organized under the  laws of B. 0. with a capital stock of $125,000, divided into 500,-  000 sli������res of 25 cents each, nou-personal liability. The company is now engaged in running a long tunnel under a number  of valuable claims adjoining the City of Greenwood. These  claims .show valuable ore upon the surface and if it is found at  a great depth the enterprise will become one of the richest in  tlie Boundary. There are few better chancea for investment in  this province, and the success of this tunnel will make many  rich and Greenwood one of the best mining camps in the west.  Investors and visitors are invited to inspect the   properties.  OLA LOFSTAD, A. S. BLACK,  President. Secretary.  not permit her to have that pleasure, and Stanley had to swing without bringing joy to her. heart.  However, as he left her SI,000,  she is now resting easy while the  dressmaker is getting her dress  ready for jM-f-fiecond wedding.  At the meeting of the railway  commission next month the city  of Nelson will protest against unfair freight rates. Greenwood  also has a complaint to make in  the same-direction, for the freight  and express rates in and out of  this city are iierce and tend to  keep trade in abeyance, and increase the flow of profanity amid  a portion of our populace. The C.  P. U. dees business on a cash  basis and should be rich enough  now to give the people a chance to  draw more financial breath.  Sale  of  Crown-Granted' Mineral   Claims   for   Delinquent   Taxes   in   the -Rossland  Assessment   District. - '���������*-���������,  In England just now the ruling  classes are wedged in between  Socialism and Spencer's individa-  alist philosophy. Tho dukes and  others are much alarmed at the  aspect of affairs and are exerting  every effort to prevent the lower  millions from reaching up and  making them loosen tho cinch that  they have enjoyed for so many  centuries. The great tyranny and  selfishness of the upper classes in  England has brought about the  present condition and they alone  are to blame for the seething unrest in the Old Country.  Law and justice are two of the  slowest things in li. C. and a reform is needed in the administration of judicial affairs in this province. In many ways and cases  our courts arc too slow in getting  decisions upon cases brought before them. We want speedy justice, especially when some of the  litigants are poor people.    It is noli |  ' I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 1st day of'November, A, D. 1909, at the hour of '2 o'clock in the  afternoon, at the Court House, in the 'City of Rossland, I shall offer, for sale at 'public auction the .Crown-granted.mineral  claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the  30th day of June, 1909, and for costs and expenses, including lhe costs of advertising said, sale, if the total amount due is not  sooner paid, .    ��������� * .. *    .      ' ' ,  ���������'":- ' LIST ABOVE MENTIONED: ���������������������������������������������",  GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWNER.  Enterprise & Anchor Mines, Ltd   Smith, James Carmichael   Dunn, John ; Steel, James L.; Dillon, Dennis,  Kelly, J. P ;   Kinney, Charles '   Kinney, Charles -   Golcondn Mines, Ltd., N. P. L   Bell, Chas. N.; McKenzie, Kenneth"; Ferguson, A. (Estate); Fuller, H. V.; Snyder,  Blanchard M.; Lind, A. J., and-Bunting, H.  I-Ianna, Win .-   Smith, James Carmichael '. -   Russell,Jane; E'son, Wellington, and Parry  Evan '   Skylark Development Co   Russell,-Jane ; Elson, Wellington, and Parry,  Evan   Naden, Geo. R.. aud Johnson, S M   Russell, Jane ; Elson, Wellington, and Parry,  Evan '   Enterprise and Anchor Mines, Ltd.... .*   King, Thomss '.   Golconda. Mines, Ltd., N. P. L ��������� '   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N. P. L   Herman  Brewer.  Nicolai,   of  Boundary    Falls,  Charles  Swiuson Rennison,  of Mother  ��������� Lode, Miner.  Henry D. Rochford, of Greenwood, Bank  Clerk.  "William Richardson, of Greenwood, Stenographer.  Howard K. Stevenson, of Midway, Telegraph operator.  Robert   Currie   White,    of  Greenwood,  Druggist.  Wallace   Ogle   Wright,   of Greenwood,  ���������Gentleman.  William E. Warren, of Greenwood, Meat  Cutter.  Arnold D.  Hallett,  late of Greenwood,  Musician.  Allan  Fairbanks Eddy,   of Bridesville,  Customs Officer.  "Edward Blake Dill, late of Greenwood,  Clerk.  James Irving Feeney, late of Greenwood,  engineer.  William  Eobison, late   of   Greenwood,  Laborer.  Bertram de Wiele. late of Greenwood,  Laborer.  "Henry  . C lint, late of Greenwood, Merchant.  Duncan M.  Curry,  late of Greenwood,  Miner.  George Ell ridge Lord, of Rock Creek,  Fanner.  Ralph Smailes, late of Greenwood, Merchant.  N.  J.   Angrignon,   late   of Greenwood,  Miner.  Chester Herbert   Archibald,   of Greenwood, Plasterer.  Alex.  Mercer Davidson, late of Greenwood, Printer.  Thomas M.  Gulley, late of Greenwood,  Merchant.  William S. Horton, late of Greenwood,  Miner.  John  McDonald Millar, late of Greenwood, Editor.  Murdock McLeod, late of Greenwood,  Miner.  Ernest  A.   Penscn, late of Greonwood,  fanner.  Joseph Pilon, late of Greenwood, Miner.  Kenneth  McKenzie, late of Greenwood,  Carpenter.  Francis McLean, of Keremeos, Carpenter  3utu Smith, late of Anaconda,  Smelter-  man.  Jostph James Chambers, late of Greenwood, Smeiterman.  Solomon   Crouse,   late   of  Greenwood,  Miner.  Percy Butters, Greenwood, Lineman.  Alexander Bedard, Greenwood, Laborer.  Daniel   Jamicson   Gillan,   Greenwood,  Boiler Maker.  James Peck MacSwaiu, Greenwood, Printer.  Donald    Oliver    McKay,    Greenwood,  Liveryman.  John William O'Brien, Anaconda, Hotel-  man.  Charles S. II. Rennison,  Mother Lode,  Miner.  William   Ernest   Spankie,   Greenwood,  Physiciun.  James Ernest Spankie, Greenwood, Physician,  Artemas Sam. Wescott, Greenwood, Smelterman.  'Jam'eo D. Whalen, Greenwood, Miner.  John Murdock Campbell, late of Eholt,  Bridge Carpenter.  John William Cormode, late of Eholt,  Clerk,  fohn  Dickson, late of Eholt, Car  Repairer.  James Gillis, late of Eholt, laborer.  Elijah Kay, lale of Eholt, laborer.  William Lupworth. late of Eholt,  Laborer.  John Mahan, late of Eholt, Brukeinan.  Lauchlin McLeod, late of Eholt,  Hotel-  keeper,  Geo.  B. Twee-dale,' lute of Eholt, Car.  neuter.  Garnet P. Wolfe, late of Bholt, Fireman.  Charles Bennett, Denoro, Blackmnitli,  James a Cuinniings, Denoro, Miner.  Douglas A Laughs. Denoro, Miner.  John McCue, Denoro, Miner.  John Ji, McLeod, Denoro, Miner.  *  John JJaniel McLeod, Denoro, Miner.  John William Younger Smith, Denoro,  Miner,       :  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B C , and the price is $i a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United 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.  Many people in this city are too  timid to advertise. Afraid, perhaps, that they would be discovered  and do some business.  GREENWOOD .B.   C, OCT. 2S,   1909.  If love is the wine of life, then  marriage must be the morning  after, remarks the Simple Mug in  the Philadelphia Record.  A hat factory is to be established  in Vancouver. All it needs now  is an institution that will make  umbrellas and rain coats.  Dunn, J.; Steele, James L.. Kelly, J. P., and )  Dillon, Dennis .' J  Naden, G. R   McArthnr,Chas. J   Skidmore, Isaac '   Hanna, William   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N. P. L   Miller, G. F '   Smith, Janie-* Carmichael '.'..  Uu-in. Joli.-i; Steele, James L.; Dillon. Den- |_  nis. an.I Kelly, Jos. P, '. j  Foster, Geo   M , and Ketch urn  It is said that money can be  made in Vancouver by scraping  the mud off your boots and selling  it at so much a front foot.  A blue mark here indicates that  your  Subscription   has  become   deceased,   and  that tho editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  Hi* is a wise voterwho knows  his own ballot.  Tun litle ad gets the money,  the big one gets more of it.  but  Evidently Dan Mann is white.  He says that in his 32 years of  railroad experience he has never  employed any Oriental labor.  business,   let  alone  justice, to al-j Gold Bug Mining Co., Ltd  low cases to hang fire for months  or years. ��������� If our judges are overworked,   then let   us   have more  judges, so that the'respect in which  we hold our judicial tribunals be  not   lowered   or  weakened.     Wi-  want speedy justice for1 all  men,  because   deferred   justice   is   li^e  hope.    Criminal  cases are treat i-d  with  sufficient rapidity  of action  and decision,   but  we  hear   many  complaints about  the tortoise-like  way in  which  decisions  are rendered  in  civil  litigation.    In law  as in  business,   procrastination is  the larcenist of time, and  all r������i������->I<*  people  will   admin*,   uphold   and  honor the hone-it judg.* who think--  clearly   and  gives  a   prompt   do  cision without regard to .the social,  financial  or political  standing  of  the litigants.    In  addition to this  he will  save the poor mm from  growing gray with age and suspense  F. F.  NAME .OF CLAIM.  Anchor   Anglo Saxon.  Big Four   Bull Dog   Bull,Dog Fraction,.  Cleveland   Coronation.  Copper Mine Fraction.  Deerbell   Deer Trail...  Denver   Diamond Joe.  Don't Know.  LOT NO.  Doubtful   Enterprise   G. AR   Golconda Fraction.  Gold Bed   Gold Bug ,...  ������  -*  Grand CentnC^*"**"..  Homestake..  .,"'."...  Hope No. 2   Humming Bird..;.  Keystone Fraction .  Laocoon   'La Plaza   Little Fete   and  Jo-  i'en- /  The Columbia cigar is a large  and free-smoking cigar. It is Hold  in all mountain towns aud made in  Nelson.  :\  The superior man uses his talents  to better the condition of those below him in the scale of mental and  other attainments or possession.  Hi* is wise, indeed, who always  calls the turn in an election.  - Do not be noisy.    Even a burglar takes everything quietly.  Some people will not deliver the  goods for fear of being caught at it.  The sympathy of the world goes  out to the man who lets his wife  cut his hair.  A tiplkss hotel has been opened  in England. It expects a large  trade from Scotland.  Local merchants would defeat  the big mail order houses if they  advertised as extensively.  In the cities when the ladies  want to get a touch of roughing it  they go to a bargain sale.  Tiiuni- is no truth in the report  that the Kaiser puts Florida water  upon liis limburger cheese.  In these modern days no town  can amount to much if the business men do not advertise.  If a man wants flowers planted  on his grave he should plant some  when he is alive and see that he  waters them with kind and generous acts.  We hear very little about New  Denver these days, but it is still  on the map and will some day be  one of the greatest tourist resorts  in America.  Tub man who sips his drinks  rarely becomes a drunkard. Fast  drinking and the treating custom  are the principal factors in the  manufacture of drunkards.  Otto Ganbe  has  opened  a  restaurant in Penticton.  Kodaks and photographic supplies at McRae Eros.; Phoenix.  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B. C.  Just now tho hand that rocks  the cradle is not in it with tbe  haud that shakes with the voter.  The glad hand of tho candidate  i.s just now very apparent in this  glorious province of Dan   Mann's.  A uu.lious attack must be a  serious event for a sea lion. lie  has four livers each of them 18  inches long.  Fernie is surely a city of calamities. Recently five men were  arrested in that town forplajing  poker on Sunday.  Thk Times says that Jlosmer i.s  the biggest town of its ago iu B.  0. Perhaps the editor has overlooked Prince Kupert.  The tramway in Nelson i.s an  ftsmured success. So many of the  citizens own stock in it chat they  will keep tho road in fuiifln even if  they have to ride themselves. The  people of Nelson aro progressive  and ever reaching for the top rung  There ia little danger of an immediate war between England and  Germany, for we notice no change  in the price of lager beer, bologna  sausage or limburger cheese.  In New York you can have the  use of a typewriter by dropping a  nickle in the slot. This price does  include an angel to work the keys,  and without one the charm of writing machine letters becomes a tedious routine, uninspired by laughing eyes, or the occasional touch of  a liand that is soft, gentle and magnetic.  Although J. D. Rockefeller  was never a member of the Laurier  government, he is still rich enough  to give twenty-four millions to the  UniversityJJof Chicago. Although  John D. is rich, he has missed  many of the pleasures of life. He  never was in Greenwood, never  had a fruit farm at Nelson, never  met Dick McBiide, never played  poker with Pat Welch, nor had a  nice drink of Irish dew with Tom  Walsh.   In Ontario hogs aro nine cents a  pound weighed out of the cars.  Canada charges two cents a pound  duty .upon lard, hams, bacon and  barrelled pork, while the United  States charges 5 cents. Iu consequence we sell yearly to the United  States 85,000 worth of ho,? products and buy from them $2,500,-  000 worth. Judging from this  condition of affairs the Canucks  need more wisdom in the pork  trading business.  PROVINCE HOTELt  Grand Forks, is a large three-storey  brick hotel that provides the public  with good meals and pleasant room**.  A new building, but the same old rates  EMIL LARSEN Proprietor.  Heniiing, Carl It.-; Hickey,  Patrick;  Into.'h,  Duncan   Russell, Jane; EI-.0.1, Wellington, and Pai  Evan  .-..  .' '   Cameron.  Alfred ; Stooke,  Chas., and 'i  nesscn, Edward   Shallenbenrcr, H. IL, and Parson, I.JI   Cosj-riff, C , and Mclntyre, M   Dunn, Ja> ; Steele, James L.; Dillon, Dennis  and Kelly, Jos. P   Dunn, James; Steele, Jainss L; Dillon, Dennis, and Kelly, Jos. P   Livingston, Thomas Dicknsor....  Lee,  Robert; Gillis, James; Kay, M.; Camp-1  hell, John M.;  Bryant, L.,  (Aclm.   estate of {  David Bryant ��������� - ��������� )  Lee, Robert; Gillis, James; Kay, M.; Camp- )  bell, John M., and Bryant, L. (Adtu. estate t  of David Bryant'...." }  Van Arsdake, Walter   Skylark Development Co   Crane, Geo. T -.   McMullan, J. J.; McMullan, P.; Cosgriff. C, )  and McBride, P )  Golconda Mines, Ltd., N. P. L   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N. P. L   Lulu   ..  ..  Lo-.do'i....  .Mavfinwer  Mav Da  Messina   Moreen Fraction.  Mullen   Napa.  Paragon.  Preston..  Princess Louise.  Prince of Wale.*  Silver Tip...  Skylark   St. Genevieve  Sunset ,  Wild Rose Fraction ,  York Fraction ��������� I   2184  1021  2573  15S1  ' 3256  3641  2150  3365  3600  2572  1526  764  1523  '2374  1524  1022  852  2T49  1388  890  1842  1892  I������49  3337 -  2296  2147  1393  2547  IS������4  2291  'o-*>  '-9* j  1709  1S50  15S3 *  1582  693  3680  3681  1'54  763  1397  206S  1387  TAXES  DUE.  $13 OO  6 50  12 SO  -   8 oo-  " 75  ��������� IO OO  .7 75.  25  COSTS.  $  2 CO  .' J OO  2' CO  *2 OO  -2 OO  2 OO ,  2 OO  TOTAL.  12  9  5-"  06  - 5  OO  n  OO  13  OO  IO  OO  . 3 25  13  00 ���������  11  50-  IO  50  ��������� IO  OO  u  25*  12  50  . II  25  - 5  OO  IO  75  13  OO  ���������23  OO  5  OO  9 50  11  25  00'  do  00  00  00  oo-  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  OO  OO  00  OO  OO  OO  9 00  ��������� ":���������- 75  12 00  12 25  13 00  12 CO  6 75  9 50  13 00  11 25  - 13 00  ������ 8 op  .'13 00  12 50  4 OO  II 25  2  OO  2  OO  OO  0  OO  2  OO  2  CO  -  2  OO -  ,'*  1  '2  00  66'.-  2  00  2  OO  2  OO  2  CO  2  OO  2  OO  2  OO  1  OO  $15 00  . 8 5������,-  14 50.  10 00  13 75'  12 00  9 75  ���������a 25  14 50,  :-'li bo-'  , 7 OO   ,  13.00  15 00 ,  12 OO ,  5 25 :  15 00  13 5������  ���������12 50  12 00  13 25  :14 50.  13 35  7 OO  12 75  15 00  25 00 ���������  ��������� 7.00  11 5������  13 25'  12 75-  14 00  14-25  15 00  14 OO  8751  II 50  15 o������  23 25  15 00  IO 00  15 00  .14 50  6 00  "13 25  Rossland, B. C, September 30th, 1909.  J. KIRKUP, Collector.  BenevHl or Wholesale "License.;  Take Notice that I, Oscar IUrtmann, of  Anaconda, intend appIyinB to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, nt tlie c-xpirntion of  one month from ihe tlute hereof, for a renewal  of my wholesale lu-u*r license for the premises  known ns the Silver Sprinjr Brewery at Ana-  conila, B. C.  Eatcd this :17th day of October, won.  OSCAft  HAliTMANN.  PROCTERS  BLACKWOOD  NELSON, B. C.  Real Estate,  Mines,  Insurance and .  Fruit Lands.  CORRESPONDENCE    SOLICITED.  EXAMINATION'    FOR    INSPECTORS  STEAM   IIOILERS   AND  MACHINERY.  OF  ��������� ������������������  EXAMINATIONS ;for the position of Inspector of Sib.'iin Boilers and Machinery, unde-Hie I  " Steam lloilers Inspection Act, 1!'J1." will he j  licM:;at the M'-irliamoiit UniMiii-,--, Victoria,  commencing November 8th. 1mm. Application  nnd instruction forms t-ii.il lie had on application to the inider.'-l-tiiod, to whom tho fonnei  must he roiitrncil, correctly tilled in, not later  than November;ist, l')i(>. Salary, Jll0.no pur  month JOHN PECK.i  Chief Inspector of .Machinery,  New Wcs tin luster, B. C.  Itonowal of Liquor Mooiif-t;.  Tafco Notice that r. JamcH Heniler.+ ..t -.'  Deadwood, H.' C , Intend applyui-r t-i the Sui er-  iiitendent of I'mvinoJul Police, at the expiration of one month fruin the date hereipf, fm a  ronewal of my hotel licenso f"r tliu |>romi.c.-i  known as the Alcoma Hotel, nt Dundwood, H.C.  Dated this 14th day of October, liiOil  JAMKS HENDERSON.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. ������. tbclin % ���������0.. nelson  MIXE't.XI,   VCT  Certificate of Improvements  ; SiT-'io'1;  S I. n. A. Mineral Olnim. situate in theOrecn  wood Mininc Division of Yale District.  Where located : In Providence t'nmp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, William Edward  McArthur. Free Miner's Ce-tllkuile No. U SHUTS,  intenl.slxty dav������ from the (late hc������oof to apply to tho jIinliiK Keo'onler for a Cerlilioate id  Imi rovements. for the pra-'ioi-o of ohtninin'- a  CrownOrnnt of the above cUkti.  And further take notice that action, 'mulor  -cctlon 37, must he commenced before the tetu  niicn <v. *ucf i.'eillhiati: of Lniprovnmiv)te  .!'-.   ������������������ ''i'   '-I'll day .>f Seiitc/nber. A. I). UkTO.  W.E. MCARTHUR.  Absolutely. guaranteed,  all prices.. Come in and  All' sizes,  see them..  90&8W&99Q&mi&G'Z 08QQQ������Q990QQ&Q9G������9QZ8Q������������eQ9&9&������9���������0  Stan-ley Mapaiiko deserted, hia  wife in KuHflin-, came to America  aud lived with another woman.  He killed her and the law bunged  him at Wilkesbarre tho other day.  His lawful wife wanted to see the  Tmni-iffer of Liquor Mnennc.  Take Notlcu that I Intend tonpply to Ihe Hoard  of Licenno Cuii'inlsitioiiors of Hie (Ity of Orcun-  wood at thoir next olttlni- fir a transfer of the  liquor llocii-o now hold by mo for the Kootenay  Hotel. Httu&tunn Lot Hi. Wool- 7, Map il. U ip-  per street, in tho -clly of Oroenwoi-il. to Ahkus  McDonald and Hm-h Mct'llllvrny,  Datod this l-'th day of October, 1!) 0.  ������ TIIOMA-' WALSH  neuewfil of M(|uor LUmnsw.  Tnko Jfotl.10 Hint I, Ji.'W, Lmllow, Inlond  it|>|ilylnf- to t|;a Supormtcndent of I'mvimd-l  I'ollco ut tlm e.-cplrall .11 of one month from Hie  dato licmof, for a renewal of my hotel Hucnso  for the promises I noivji in the Windsor Hotel  nt ��������� eiuiro, II. L.  Dalotl thl..l!.'thdnyof Oct.iber, lO/H).  '��������� M. W. LUDLOW.  Tl$EJflONT HOUSE  Nekrjn. B.C'lfl run on the  l-hc'Ainerican ami Ruropenn  plan. 1-Tothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  the safe.  NIS*Ki:At, ACT  Certificate of Improvement.--.  ' <n-ICE  Smirlso nnd  lawn  F.acll'in   Mlir-mi O.riiin.i.  .nittmt.1' l'i Crii.'iitvo il  Minim? Hlvi.v   i> o:  Yule Dm ret. Whcio loon ted : In (Jr.-iliam'.*  Ctinp.  TAKE NOTfCfi th tl. Krlc E. JiicVvw, Free  Miner's OrttficHti'  No    IIJrtllH,  inMid, .'l.xty  ihi.iH  fr-'tn  tho date  hereof,  lo apply to Iho  Mining Ueconi'-rfor lor a Certificate i.f Imiirove-  inonl ���������. I'm rlio [iurpo...n rf obtaining a Croirn  flr-tnl to tin nlioV!>elM-in*  And further take notice tlmt action,  tinder  riwtion  H7. 11111.1t   lie  ''ommencu'l liefore tne  i-u/iimicc of such (Vrtitlcuttinf Improvement"  Rated tlilHlUh ihy ot Sulit-imlior, A. D, 1909.  .    Kl'.lC 12. JACKSON.  fiem market Hotel  I? lhe home for all tourists  tiii'l itiillioniiires visiting New  Denver.   flritisJi; Columbia,  HEHHY   STEGE.   PROPR.  _Greenwood, is the home for' workingynen of all nationa It ia  t*oiivi-nsi-iit- f->"thi-*iiielfcor..011 the hill The dining room iVf-up-  p!i<:'l tt*<?!i f-.-���������>��������� ���������Mid Kiibst-Mitial F'whI. 'whiV-* rlif bar cniit'iiiis thf  i'liidrt  in   tha  in irk*'!;.  Hot. and cold. barb'-. '  E<  ������������������,!.'-���������'���������������     H  II  :>\V'I  01a': Lofstad,   Proprietor  ������������������������������������ae-'&ir-W-asdXi'e"^  0������-i*s>,*v;  - - ������������������ - THE - - -  ������  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B, C, Is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a specialty.  Rooui8_rcBcrved by telegraph.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Ib Hittmtfd in the heart of the city, and is 0110 of the largcm  hotels in the Boundary.   Pleasant rooms aud ta-ity meals for  all comers.   Plenty of accommodation for the commercial man,  and a home for the miner,' tourist and millionaire.   The bar  contains tho finest liquors, and fragrant cigare.  E. P. SHEA,  PROPRIETO.R  %  1 Sjl  !i  t  4,1  -1  It Supplement to  (iKEKNWOOD.   it   0.. OCTOBEK 28, 1909.  CITY  liagga.o-e transferred to  any part of tho 'City. Furniture moved to any parr, ot  the District. General Dray-  ino-.uf all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER,  Pioneer  Hotel...  Green-juood,  B. C  Till1 nlili" t linlt-l i . (In-   rit.\ . fillil -liM  lllilll"."   till!   -llllll-    III l I'Jl ������������������ IMM.-Ill        RiHlllir  (���������������������������mfiirtahle, iiii-.-il- u|ii;il In any in 11���������*--  eiiv, Mini tin! liar -|ipi'liiv "lily lhi' ln'.-I  t'i>' iht of (.ii'1 "I'M Win nl iiii'l   i <()\''-rniiiHiil  J. W. Nelson  Lakeview = Hotel  "    XELS.K. I! <'.  Km ploys All While   Help and is  .-i Iiimiii' for   ilii;   world nt SI a day.  N     MALLKTTB      -       -        l*]*OI'IUJ*TOIi  Frank Fletcher  i'ltOVIMMAI.   1. A -*��������� l������  Sl'KVKYOIt. .  N'.-1-...n. V.C.  Hotel  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Is a *.'<>nifi.rt-il>|i' Inline fur  the .miner and traveler.  Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Pure, liquor!- mid  fragrant cigar* in ih������* bar.  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Pk.opuiktou.  Western Float  Ar- Springdale, Wash., J. W.  Gilliiigliain has a brickyard. In  the clay that lie is using he found  silver assaying S73.70 to the toil  and the di-cov.-ry has caused some  exciti'ineiii. in tlie town.  Fnun 2(50 ae.tv* near Nimaka,  Allii-rta. Jaeob Soim harvested  tliisfill 15 00D bushels of wheat.  4.600 l>u-hels of oats and 400  iuislit Is of liax.  a[is. A. li Rand died in New  Westminster la..-L w������-k.  Mrs. Coryell, sr , is visiting Iht  daughter at   Riverside. Californi v.  Duncan E. Cameron was killed  at Narauiata, last. week. He was  thrown from a, l-ugiry l>y tlie horse  running a .-.ay and impaled upon a  .-tump, dying .shortly afterwards.,  ' Kiihe. S* ifi, has sold ln's ranch  on Ch'etTV creek in the Okanagan  for 819,200.  E. J. Campbell of Sumas has  raised a pnt.nu c-i.tD ��������� weig is. 5  [loiimls mill 10 oime ���������.-.  Then- has liei-n a great stain-  ped--. ft- -in Fairlianks. Alaska, to  the new diggings on the Iditarod  river, a iout 2.000 having left that  city in ihe ru.-li for gold. It is a  lih-ak ciiiiuiry at tlie new* digging-  and ilu: Mum pud erg will have a  hard winter.  The first newspaper in Western  Canada was established 50 years  ago at Fort Garry and called the  ' Nor- Wester.  James Vullance, formerly of  S.indoii. i- low president of tlie  tf >aid of Tr.nle iu Vernon.  E. J. A.sh'T of Vernon died in  Kaiuhops   Iri-iii   ilie whit- plague.  A new mi.-siona.ry institute with  the present headquarter-- at Simi-  mirlaiid lias recently been formed.  One - f the promise-1 of those wlio  j.uu is that they will endeavor to  make one cent a day extra to wan i  eauy ing out the great cotnini-sion  of Jesus Oh list.  i veieit men will build a 8300,-  000 machine .shop in Vauiouver.  MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned.  Pressed  and  Repaired.  Dry Cleaning a Specialty.  GREENWOOD. B. C.  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon. B. I'., has a line oi nerve  bracers unsurpassed in-any mouo-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura -fivtjn free with  spirit;- m--nti.- ���������  : '^MfftfoAfcy-i'tfiii o_>.  g  ������������������  PH0ENIX $  C3  i  ���������J1.  The nearest hotel to the  Granby mines. On'1 'if tlie.  largest dining rooms in the  city. The l>ar is replete  with nerve, bracers of all  kinds.' and lhe moat, fragrant cigars. Drop up and  see me.  A. 0. J0HNS0N  '   ,   PltOPIUETOI'.  KASLO   HOTEL  KASLO~;B. C,  Is a   comfortable ahomp   for  all  vho travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTPT.  STAEKEY & CO.  nelson, b. c-  *  wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  rr THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  J. R. Cameron.  Labor Resolutions.  Leading Tailor of tin  Kootenays.  In additi"ii to falling f-��������� i��������� the imposition of a   tax   upon the foreign  employees ol   foreign c-irpnrat.ii.ii8  doing-business in   Canada, tbe ' a-  " inadian    Fedei-Mliou   of   Labor   '-as  KaSlO,   B.    C.!|!,ifi th,%   l'"|lmvi,,K   >'<>sol..ii..,.s   be-  i hue the federal   parliament  at Ottawa :  '���������That a half-cent coinage be  struck, that' lhe establishment- of  co-operali ,'e societies be encouraged ; that there should be factory  inspections of the (���������overnmeiit arsenals at- Quebec tlie ,-aiue as other  institutions are siihjpctcd to ; that  there should be military (mining  in scliools. a..d that lhe govern  inciii is jiislilii-d in an  expenditure  ALEX.   STEWART I  i  eholt,  b. c. ;  i  Dealer ih Drugs, Stationery ard|  Fancy Goods. Prescriptions com- \  poi.uded with careful p'oiiiptnes.-. ,  Orders by mail ��������� icceive prompt;  attention. !  a ���������*-Qoo-2>e������<������'������������(M������04B������ee999oeooe  ������ II  II .11  ! j Get your Raz\ rs Honed j!  ii .11  j \     and your Baths at ���������  \\  Prow leys  Barber . .  Shop,  Greenwood,  !.\  About Float.  Float is not a. periiulical.  It is a liouk i oiitaiuiiig 8(1  illustrations all told, and  is tilled with sketches :iml  stories of uesiern life. Ir.  tells how a gambler cash* il  iu ni'ii-r the Hush da_\s of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Di'iive" long after  Noah was dead ; how it  parson n-ok a drink at  IJe;ir Lake in early day s ;  how ju-tice was dealt- iu  Kasl-i in '!).':> ; how ihe  saloon mail oulprayeil the  . women in K;ila 111:17,00. and  .graphically depicts * the  coamings of a western  editor il'nollg lhe tender-  feet iu the ci'i-l belt. It.  contains the early history  nf Nel.-on and a romance  i-f the Silver King mine.  In it are printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles t��������� ������������������ > numerous to mention. Send for  one ht-foYc it is too lull-.  The price is 2") cents,  postpaid toany part of the.  world. Address all letters lo  A*. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD,  li. C.  for defence j ihat a royal ('oininis  sion should ciK'uirc into 1 lie evils  of internaliona-l unionism ; that  lhe dia-tic way in which the American alien labor law is administered hy-.\ ineriean ollicials sl-ould  be inquired into: ihat 11-iliiary  I'aiuls-honld nut IH-liiiiir t"iutei-  national unions; that the Lcmiux  Act. should apply to all industrial  di-putes. "  o  II  i I  II  II  <l  (I  ������0������������������������������������.*3������������������������������������������������a>������������������������������������������( i  T)r Clayton of Nelson will open  a dental ollirc  in Prince Kupert.  On Eiif-ini'iT ci'iek in Alaska, a  pile of ibifiwii'-d was fmind at a  depth of SO feel by some giunbo')t.  inineis who were sinking a. shaft  to bedrock.  A large-deposit of the black oxide of iijane.aite.se his been founo  near Victoria.  It is reported" that the C. P. R.  will shortly put on a through sleeping car service from' Vcrno , to  Vancouver.  In Nelson Ilarry Wright seems  to be the f.ivoiit- as the Conservative candidate in the next iit-ovin-  i-ial i'li ci ion. His thorough know-  iedge 1 l':the country and long experience iu governmental ollii-i-s  make him lhe most -������������������ip-ihh- man  to represent the Cuy of Nelson in  lhe provincial legislature. He  hiiuj-s enthusiasm to his work and  dial is a prominent element in all  successful men.  The ���������mine at Carhondale is already producing 150 tons of coal  daily.  In ( nriboo Murdock aud Hans  maun have sunk a shaft to bedrock  on Lightning creek and found gold  iu large, quantities. ���������  John Lewis of Oroville has  opened a restaurant in Molson.  THE  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Ts the place for Peep-o'-Day Cocktails     and    Evening    Night-Caps.  Buttermilk   a specialty du ing the  warm season.  C. A. Dempsey, Prop.  nelson, B. fr  fiKII.  I'.  IVKl I.S,  l-riipri-t-ir.  First class in everything;.  Steam h^at, electric lurht,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Mils meets all trains.  ������ Regular monthly meeting-- of  .'-���������v-/* Greenwood lodi-e No. '28, A. F.  ���������'\J' & A. M., are  held on  the  first  Tliuisday in each month in Fraternity hall, Wood hlock, Government  street.  Greenwood.   Visiting brethren  are cordially invited to attend.  .  JAS, S.  ItlltN/K. Secretin--.-,  WE     Hit    Greenwood Minere'  .   V.    M. U"io", No. 22,  W.  r   M., meets everv  Saturday evening in  Union  Hall, Copper afreet, Greenwood, at 7:30.  I    Also in hall at   Mother Lode mine  Fridav evenings at'7:30  GEO. HEATHERTON, Secretary


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