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Array WITH   WHICH   IS   INCORPORATED   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Vol. .XVIII.'  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1911.  f   SHOES  TOQUES  REEFERS  SWEATERS  NEW    BOOKS  ���������Have you seen the  Notorious .  Second-Hand'  Man  For prices on  Furniture, Hardware  Sporting Goods  Trunks and Valises  ������������a<  Around Home  rbas   returned  Great  Reduction  article  on every  COME ALL and let us show you  our Goods.  LIFE EVERLASTING, by Marie Coreli  NE'ER-DO-WELL, by Rex Beach  WINNING   OF  BARBARA WORTH,   by  Harold  Bell Wright  ���������  Phone 16   Greenwood, B. C.  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture Store  m*  Everybody can  ���������H-^^-HMHOHMgdM-^-^-l-^-MHaMH^-^M-^-^-MHH^BaaQ^-l-MI  Walk on Velvet  , By getting one of our Carpets.':  We have them in the Square  or make them up from the  piece.  OVERCOATS  AND FALL SUITS  These .chilly' mornings compel a  man to think of his winter clothes.  We make them to your individual  measure. New and exclusive designs to select from.  W.   ELSON,  tT MERCHANT TAILOR. ^  '. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  rCLUB CIGAR ST������RE^  =====  GREEN W������������D  WALTER, G. KENNEDY  CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AND SMOKERS'   ���������   SUNDRIES ���������  CANDY,  FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY  L  Drop in when you wish to read the latest Papers and Magazines  Asrent for Phoenix Laundry. Office of Phoenix & Midway Stages  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, PRESIDENT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -  $8,000,000  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  With its large number of branches, agents and.correspondents, The  Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout  the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on  application.  FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager.        -      Greenwood Branch.  H  if  I  m  'is?-  | Plumbing and Tinsiriithing I  S=       Out* complete stock of Plumbing and Tinsmiths g  {������: ��������� ing material has arrived and we are now in a position ^  |=   to do all kinds of job work at greatly reduced prices ������5  IS   in any part of the city or district. ~3  | T2NE    McArthur & Glerf J  iiiaaaiiiiiiuiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiaaiiiiaiiiiimiuiij  THE MAIN THING  ABOUT A CLOCK  . is the works. Unless it* keeps accurate time a clock is worthless.  But you don't need to ignore  beauty in the case in order to  have a reliable clock.  OUR CLOCKS GO RIGHT  AND LOOK RIGHT  We guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers. You can judge  of their attractive appearance.  Isn't it new clock time for you?  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.  B. C.  BOOMS   TO   MET  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  If you want to know what Ferry  was like in the boom days, send 10  cents to the Ledge office for a copy  of Lowery's Claim, of Dec. 1905.  If you want a bargain in old newspapers call at the editorial rooms of  The Ledge.  Miss   Frawley  from Spokane.'  Aid. McCreath looked at Grand  Forks on Tuesday.  There is a cavity for a good  dentist in Greenwood.  Arkansaw is in the hospital at  Phoenix with pleurisv.  John h.. Coles has returned  from his trip to Victoria.  F. Werner is organising an  orchestra in Grand Forks.  The Oddfellows hold their annual ball on October 31st.  D. Wadds, the photographer,  will be here iu a-few days.  There was no litigation before  the'County Court on Tuesday.  H. E. McGilliv'ray has opened  a blacksmith shop in Coalmont.  George Rumberger returned to  Phoenix last week from Regina. ,  Born���������At Eholt, on October  22, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin, a  son.  Duncan Mcintosh will not be a  candidate for the* mayoralty next  year.  A. S. Black and C. C. Tilley  paid a visit to. Coalmont this  week. : .  P'or Rent���������Furnished houses,  pianos, sewing machines. A. L.  White.  John Moran came in from Danville to have a look at the Big-  Copper.  Jack Delaney, formerly ot New  Denver, has opened a store at  Sapperton.  The Star says that Billy Nicholson may start a tobacco store  in Princeton.  Wheat and pats are $1.50 a  hundred pounds at Brown's,  Ferry, Wash.  William Phillips is applying"  for a-licence for the Windsor  hotel at Denoro.  The Hon. Martin Burrell will  be given a reception in Grand  Forks.this week.  '  At Merritt, Archie Young, a  pine cat, was fined $50 for selling  firewater to redskins.  Thomas Hardy, the leadirig  merchant of Midway, is paying a  visit to the Similkameen.  Billy Frawley now has one of  the most elegantly appointed  barber shops in the solid west.  R. L. Miles, the second-hand  merchant of Grand Forks, has  opened a branch store in Carmi.  W. C. Arthurs of Nelson, has  purchased F. Jaynes' bakery and  will take possession on November  first.  There was a turkey shoot in  Midway last week at which fifty  fine birds climbed the golden  stairs.  For Sale;.���������Two Heifers,  yearlings, one in calf. Apply to  Thomas Auger, 2 miles west of  Eholt.  Mrs. Huff, after a pleasant  visit to her sons John and Will,  will leave this week for her home  in Wenatchee.  A concert and basket social  will be given at Rock Creek on  November 3rd, in aid of the  Upper Rock Creek school.  In order to vote at the next  municipal election, all licence  and house holders must "register  before the first^of November.  Baird Bubar is moving the  sawmill from Beaverdell to Rock  Creek. He sold bis timber at  Beaverdell to Frank Buckless.  Tony Cladio, Peter Mauro,  Francis Macri, Bendette Lavelle,  John Meyer and Helmer Nelson  were made British subjects this  week.  John Mcintosh will not go to  Arizona this winter. He says  that the ethereal climate of  Greenwood is good enough for  any Canadian.  While hauling wood into town  last Saturday Gus Christensen  was jolted off the load by a wheel  striking a stump and received a  fracture of his left arm.  Beyond the passing of a few  accounts little business was done  at the Council meeting on Monday evening, and the next session  will be on November 6.  Now is the time to get ready  for holding a winter carnival in  Greenwood. Do not watt too  long as an affair of this kind  would not be a success next  summer.  A subscription has been  bill shuold never have been in its  present form. It is easy to  counterfeit, in addition to having  a family resemblance to a $1  note.  J. R. Jackson, M.P.P. and  Robert Kerr, in company with  Thomas Cunningham, Fruit Pest  Inspector, paid a visit to Rock  Creek and found the orchards in  a satisfactory condition. They  much admired the beautiful  orchard owned by Harry Pitten-  drigh,  ! Western Float  obbS  A BIG DEAL  The B. C. Copper Co., has recently made a deal in the Similkameen, and the Princeton Star has  this to say about it:  "With the recent conclusion of  the deal which finally disposes of  Voigt camp, owned and developed  by Emil F. Voight, M. E., and  associates, the largest transaction  in an ore proposition that has ever  taken place in British Columbia  has passed into history. The magnitude of the deal may be inferred,  including, as it does, some 63 or  64 mineral claims, besides 2,000  acres of land,- timbered and grazing, and also available in portions  for smelter sites, etc.  Although the price paid has not  been    officially    announced,    the'  amount is well understood to be  82,000,000,  this,  owing to terms  and conditions to be supplemented  with   expenditures,  bringing   the  total cost upwards of $3,000,000.  A smelter, tram line and all the  equipment   necessary for a large  copper producing plant are included  in the plans and outlay.    A gang  of men will be immediately employed in the development of this  vast property, the company's engineer, Frederick Keffer, being now  on the ground making a prelim-  ry examination for that purpose.  ��������� Ed. Berryman is superintendent  in charge of all the B. . C. Copper  Co's work in Voigt  Camp; Robt  Hargreaves is purchasing agent and  Jim  Fredin is accountant.    With  the staff organized and machinery  and supplies on the ground, -mining will ba begun in earnest.    Two  steam hoists will be transported to  the camp at once, and ore miners  from Greenwood are arriviing daily.  As a result of the B. C. Copper  Co.*    establishing    large   mining  operations at Voigt Camp,   it is  expected that an early move will  be made in construction of the V.  V. & E. up the Similkameen river  to Ashnola.  Geo, Aldons has recently taken  a contract from the B. C. Copper  Co. for driving a tunnel 100 feet on  the Duke of York mineral claim,  Copper Mountain. He will also  erect a log cabin to accomodate a  gang of miners.  Fred Keffer, expert for the B.  C. Copper Co., went up to Voigt  Camp last week and is gradually  getting things in shape for development on a large scale. Contracts  for tunnelling, etc., are being let,  beside a lot of work in the main  camp is being done by the company  by day's labor.  Yale'wants a bank.  Merritt now has a Glee club, ?������������  Vancouver is to have a $70,000  theatre.    1% ���������������$'��������� ^ ^  There is a case of diptherialin  Oroville. ' &?&?������, "  B.   C.  is to have   three  Senators.  f Grinrod will   have  next week.  Rossland now has an all  restaurant.  more  a postoffice  night  open a  Eailway ties are becoming scarce  in Canada.  Horse thieves are thick around  Nighthawk.  Hay sells in Vernon for from $15  to 618 a ton.  Australia wants 100,000 boxes of  B. C. apples.  Fred Abbey ' will  store in Kaslo. '  A. J. Elliot has opened a  room iu Quesnel.  The Negro barber in Chesaw has  the scarlet fever.  There are 17  members in  the  Nakusp brass band.  E. Hankey is building a steam  laundry in Vernon.  The Presbyterians will build a  church in Coalmont.  No; IS  ���������  A cougar is killing the deer and  goats in Stanley Park, Vancouver.  So far he has not molested any of '  the real estate agents.  In Victoria intoxicated men are  not permitted to remaiu iu a barroom, without the landlord running  the risk of being fined.  A. McAdam the Vernon gambler  was given 30 months in jail,.for attempting to bribe the police in that"  city. He was running a poker  game and offered the chief a ten  to keep quiet. Little wonder that <*���������  he landed in jail.  -  ^Minister of Agriculture  s Mi\     Martin-"'Burrell     (Yale-  Cariboo,) is an Englishman who  came to.Canada in 1883 to go into  fruit farming in the Niagara peninsula.    He remained there until  1889, and then went out to British  Columbia, and took up the same  drug I occuPa*ion, and incidentally drifted  into politics at Grand Forks, where  he   made ,his home.   Like many  other public men he took the initial step by becoming mayor, of the  town in 1903.' The following year  he was chosen as the Conservative  candidate to contest Yale-Cariboo  in" the general  election,   but, like  many others,  did not'succeed in  the : first    campaign.    He  pool  THE BIG SHOOT  .._ taken  up to.send Charles Heine back to  his home in Finland. He is helpless from injuries received while  working in the Mother Lode  mine some months ago.  Counterfeit $4 Canadian bills  are being made in the States and  circulated id the Dominion. Thi3  The Kettle River Valley Rifle  association of Grand Forks, will  hold their annual prize shoot at  the butts back of the smelter on  Thanksgiving and the following  day, October 30th aud 31st when  some 8350 will be shot for in prizes  in the shape of cups and other  trophys.  This association is in vigorous  health, having a role of 72 members, and it prides itself on the one  fact that at its annual shoot all  members shoot service or war conditions���������no peep sights or orthoptics are allowed and dead field  service conditions only. During  the remainder of the year all aids  to sight may bo used in the practices and spoon competitions but at  the annual shoot none of this  machinery is permitted.���������Grand  Forks Gazette.  The United States steel has  booked an order for 2,500 tons of  Bteel rails for tho Canadian Pacific  Railway, for use on its Western  Canada lines.  Two Princeton men are opening  a dairy in Coalmont.    .  The C.P.R. has enlarged the  cattle yard at Crowley.  J. W. Austin has closed his  assay oflice in Hazelton.  A cabbage was grown in Enderby  that weighed 29 pounds.  Nearly 600 pupils attend 'the  public schools in Fernie.  A new warf is to be built at  Mirror Lake, near Kaslo.  Whitefish have recently been  caught in Okanagan lake.  R. F. Green is spoken of as a  possible senator from B. C.  Fred J. Smyth is now with the  Inland .Colonist ������t Hazeltjon.   .   .;>.  James Moir has .established . a  shingle mill at Vedder River.  -Wild geese were selling "for '$1  each in Vernon 20 years ago._\   "  A pear grown at Vernon this  year measured 11 x 12 inches.  F. G. Diamond will build a  barber shop in   Okanagan   Falls.  Enderby is becoming like  Seattle.    It has a Jap restaurant.  The Balfour Amateur Dramatic  Co., will play in Ka3lo this week.  P. Burns & Co., are killing 900  cattle at Hazelton for winter use.  The Star is .the name of the  moving picture show in Revelstoke.  The Hon.. Price Ellison opened  the Fruit Fair in Summerland last  week.  There are over 20.000,000 cigars  smoked every day in the United  States.  The Hon. Thomas Taylor will  open the new public school at  Merritt.  Everybody is working at Ferguson, and there are no idle men in  the camp.  This fall direct passenger trains  will be run between Coalmont and  Spokane.   *"  Stanley McLellan and wife were  killed near Atlin this month by a  snowslide.  In Cumberland a Chinamen has  been fiued S75 for keeping an  opium joint.  Joe Barrett died in Petrolia,Ont.  last week. He was well-known to  many in B. C.  Valuable coal measures have been  discovered at Lome Creek, up the  Skeena river.  Hugh McPherson is running his  shingle mill at Trout Lake City to  its full capacity.  Pat Burns will build a railway  from Calgary to his coal mines, 45  miles distant from that city.'  Deer are becoming scarce in the  Okanagan, but bears are still plentiful.    Bruin is fond of fruit.  Harvey Murphy and Thomas  Frazer are applying at Blairmore  for a wholesale liquor license.  In Cranbrook boys and girls  under IS years of age are not  allowed to frequent poolrooms.  Vernon has the largest country  paper in B. C, and it also has the  best brass band in the provinco.  When the new time card goes into  effect the C.P.R. will run Sunday  trains and boats in the Okanagan.  Frank W. Peters has been appointed general executive agent for  the C.P.R. with headquarters in  Winnipeg.  Mrs. Lowery .loft Rossland last  week to take up her residence in  Spokane. She had lived in Rossland 17 years.  came  back stronger in the general election of 1908, arid was this time sent  to Ottawa. He was born in England in 1S5S, received his education there, and was married before  coming to this country. He is  connected with an orchard company  at Grand Forks, and is also interested in the company which publishes the Gazette Newspaper.  . THE CENSUS  Census figures made public, with  a few returns  not yet   received,  show Canada's population  tp   be.  7,100.000...,   British - .Columbia- has  363,764, .Vancouver 100,333, Victoria-31,629,   New   Westminister  13,394,    Nanaimo   8,305,- Nelson  4,472, Prince' Rupert 4,471, South  Vancouver 16,021.      Locally the  figures are   Grand   Forks   15,77,  Greenwood 786, Phoenix 662, Anaconda,  Mother Lode, Eholt  and  Boundary Falls 1,025, Midway to  Rock Creek 531.  Montreal's population is 466.197,  Toronto shows 376,240, Winnipeg  135,430. Manitoba's total is 454,-  691, Alberta's 372,919, and Saskatchewan's 453,508, making a  total for western Canada of nearly  1.700,000.  Of the provinces Alberta showed  the largest ratio of increase having  jumped in population from 37,022  to 372,919   in   the  decade.    Saskatchewan comes second with an  increase during the ten j-ears of  from 92,279 to 453,508.    The province of Quebec shows an increase in  population of 351,799 while Ontario  has increased by 336,955..   British  Columbia increased by lS4,109and  Manitoba by 138,480.    The provinces down  by the sea have all  fallen away in population.    Nova  Scotia shows a decline of 2,263,  New   Brunswick   of   20,735   and  Prince Edward Island of 10,537.  The unit of representation, which  is arrived at by dividing the population of Quebec into 65 parts, tho  representation of Quebec being definitely fixed by the British North  America Act, is 30,780.'  On this  basis the representation of British  Columbia in  the House of Commons will increase from seven to  twelve    members;   Alberta  from  seven   to    twelve;   Saskatchewan  from 10 to 15; Manitoba from   10  to 15.    On the other hand the representation of Ontario   will   decrease from 86 to S2; New Brunswick from 13 to 11; Nova Scotia  from 18 to 16 and Prince Edward  Island from four'to three.  The next parliament will contain 232 members, an increase of  11'as compared with the present  bouse. - "---���������-.'���������'���������  The shipments from the Cobalt  camp for September totalled 2,307  tons. This is the. first month this  year that has shown an increase in  tonnage over the same month of  1910. Ih is estimated that on tho  basis of 9 month's returns tho  silver output from the camp tliiH  year will, bo 816,000,000 or nearly  81,000,000 more than last year.   ;  ';y������  flf. THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE   LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the eartb. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  R.   T.   LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.'  GREENWOOD,    OCTOBER   26,    1911.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become- deceased, and that tho editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  11k grows  his work.  in power who loves  Histoky repeats itself,  the Slocan.  Look at  Ob'*- new premier  Bordon to Canada.  will not be a  Veky often the biggest squash is  rotten in the center. *  Wood is now collateral with the  majority of country editors.  Is ten years more Canada will  contain 15 millions of people.  Money is the root of all evil. In  spite of this nearly everybody keeps  prospecting for the root.  There are 76 lawyers in the  parliament of Canada, and yet,  most of people think the country is  safe.  The first man sworn in by a  duke in Canada was Martin Burrell.  This is another feather in our hair  for Grand Forks and Yale-Cariboo.  After all there are only a little  oyer seven million people in Canada. Well fchats an increase of  five millions since we first landed  in this great country.  Froji our perch in the mountains  there appears to be little sense in  having a member of parliament  seek re-election, simply because he  is clever enough to be made a cabinet minister.  The census returns are not satisfactory to the people of Nelson.  Little wonder for that city in the  last ten years has lost many of its  most progressive citizens. Only a  few of the old guards are left, and  mosb of the "Johnnycomclaties"  would rather fish for nickels than  build up a great inland city. The  porcine element will have to be  eliminated from Nelson before it  cau hitch its wagon to a star.  The Old Redskin  The mild and beautiful weather  of tho past several weeks has caused  many persons, especially chechac-  cos, to  wonder if this same mild  and beautiful weather   will   continue all winter, or,  at least until  Christmas.    The Stroller has only  experienced  very  few   winters in  this country���������but twelve or fourteen��������� iind is, therefore, of his own  knowledge not able to speak authoritatively on the weather: but  he has a source of never failing  knowledge,  and to this source he  went for the information desired-  Tho source of information meant is  none other than that moth-eaten,  wind-dried, countenance-shriveled,  knock-kneed, hide-bound, watery-  eyed, cackle-voiced,   bug-infested,  loud smelling,  skin-cracked,   un.  washed relic of antiquity, Kowkad-  ada.  The old man was found in a  tent in the north part of town  where he was mixed up with rags,  fragments of moose skin and brush,  all piled carelessly in a corner of  the tent where they had been placed  by the old man's meal ticket, the  Sore-Eyed-Sagehen. A big swig of  * * * Heunesey brandy, 110 proof,  soon started "Old Bri-a-Brac" to  talking at a rapid fire-rate as follows:  "Kic a woe hu la sum tu muc  w.i cur ki op te due man gy pup fo'  fe lie et dog���������and so on for an hour.  (Translated the flow of soul and  feast of reason was this:)  "In the world's bread fields of  battle,  In the bivouac of life,  Be not like dumb driven cattle,  Be a hero in the strife."  "That is what I was for fully one  hundred years of my life. I am  now one hundred and thirty-seven  years eld. Beginning at seventeen  I not only supported myself, but I  also supported the Government for  one hundred years. At tho age of  one hundred and seventeen I retired to this corner where you now  find me and have been here for  twenty years. You will observe  that [my raiment is somewhat  frazzled, but I hope to make it last  me. At my age I cannot expect  to live many years more. But thou  seekoth weather lore and it shall  be thine.  "Beautiful falls like this which  ever aroused the poetry in my soul  have not been infrequent.    I have  noticed them  at intervals during  all my checkered and cross-barred  career.    But a fine,   mellow   fall  does not always   foretell  a   fine,  mellow winter.    The fall of 1795  was just such another as this has  been.    I was just 21 years old then  and the sap was flowing wild and  recklessly throughout my system.  That was the fall my prowess at  killing grouse with a slingshot won  the heart of the proud and haughty.  Bench-Legged   Annie���������she,   who,  after toying three years with my  budding affections, cast me ruthlessly aside for Woodtick William.  But that beautiful and  lamblike  fall was followed by one of the  worst winters I ever experienced.  ;. "Nineteen years later there was  another utterly utter   fall  which  ushered iu  a winter that was a  veritable corker.    My heart which  the false Bencb-Legged Annie had  left torn and bleeding had_healed  up, leaving only the gash of the old  Letters from Jane Ann  By Mooi-12 AxKixii  Dear Jan-nit,���������I been going to  write ever so often, dear, 'cause I  think your worthy of it. I shan't  ever forget your kindness iu lending me that shilling just when de-  spare had gripped me and tho world  seemed dark; whichever way I  turned just then the bar was up  till you, dear lamb, came like the  missing link, as I might say.  If you should want your money  back before I show signs of parting  up, don't be afraid to ask, clear  heart. I'm not ono that soon  takes offence. One thing, dear, if  I was never to pay it you'd be sure  to get rewarded. I think any person who does a reel kindness is  sure to get rewarded, either in this  world or wherever thoy go to when  they leave.  You wouldn't bleeve what a job  I had to spell your name right,  dear. I told mother about it, and  she went out one or two days trying  to get to know fron: ladies in the  Terrace. When ina'came back at  night she seemed to know a lot of  new words, only she was too tired  to say them plain cuough for me  to understand. I do think mothers  are a trial sometimes, and you hear  of such funny things at the living  pichshers.  After ma got round a bit she  said your name took ;i doe and two  ems, but I couldn't make them fit.  I think everybody has a right to  their proper name however silly it  is, so I stuck to yours till I got the  upper hand.  As for writing, dear, trouble is  getting things together. I've known  mother take our best pen to poke  tho fire. Soon's I get things fixed  mother thinks nothing of snacthing  the writing paper if she wants a  clean bit in a,-_liurry. Of course  she never brings it back, though I  don't s'pose I should u.������e it if she  did. Get fed up, dear, don't you,  when there's so much pernishusness  before yon make a fair start.  Still, dear, you'll be glad to  know that you live in memory, so  to   speak.    I'm sure to dream of  THE YOUTH'S COMPANION  What other Christmas present  costs so little and means so much  as a subscription to The Youth's  Companion���������52 weeks to any Canadian subscriber for $2.00. It is a  gift which benefits not only the  one who receives it, but every  member of the same household.  With many Christmas presents  the sense of novelty wears off by  the week's end, but The Youth's  Companion is a new and sought  after the fifty-second week of the  year as the first. It is elastic in  its adaptability, too; for it does not  matter whether the present is for a  boy or girl, young married people,  sedate couples.grandparents���������there  never was one yet who did not set  store by The Youth's Companion.  You cannot make a mistake if you  give The Companion���������and it is  only $2.00 a year now to Canadian  subscribers. On January 1, 1912,  the price will be advanced to $2.25.  The one to whom you give the  subscription will receive freo The  Youth's Companion Calendar for  1912, lithographed in twelve colors  and gold, and you, too, as giver of  the subscription, will receive a  copy of the Calendar.���������THE  YOUTH'S COMPANION, 144  Berkeley St, Boston, Mass.  H. W. Farmer & Co.,  RIJAL ESTATE,  Rock Creek, B. C.  B    ���������    ���������     ���������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  CITV  &JitJitjXjitJ/tJ)t&JtiJ)tjXjtjXStj!ljitJt  Baggage- transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  Good Roads  scar,  and fifteen   years  previous  Hip Shot Elizabeth and myself had  signed''up and had eight' to show  for it.    Therefore it was up to me  to be up and doing with a heart for  any fate,   as the poet says.    Let  me tell  you  it was  the   hardest  winter of   my   life.    Grouse  and  cranberries had been plentiful, but  the cold  weather had driven all  the moose out of the country and  for six months wo had nothing to  eat but grouse and berries and toward the last of winter tho former  were   bo   valuable   that   we   ate  feathers and all.    I had  noticed  that fall  that tho middle joint of  the middle too of the grouse was  unusally largo.    Tho same condition exists'thisyearanditis an un-  fj-iJing indication that the coming  will be a very severe winter   Inspect closely the next grouse you  will kill and if tho middle joint of  the middle toe is enlarged, take it  from  me that men  whose  wives  have cold feet will suffer botweon  now   and  spring.    I  shudder   to  think of my fate as this will make  the seventy-ninth winter the Sore-  Eyed Sagehen has warmed her feet  on my back."  Here the old man broke down  and was so convulsed with sobs  that the Stroller discreetly withdrew.���������White Horse Star.  you if I have a heavy supper or  eat anything that makes tne feel  bad in the might.  Seems funny me being at home  with mother again and you away  in Scawtland. Though I can almost see you now, dear, wearing  these paw and dial deckorations  you used to gather in the coal-shed,  and your fringe either loaded down  with brown paper and bits of wire  or sticking through the brim of  your hat like a bunch of nails.  I s'pose,dear, you're still hang-  on with the young gentleman who  used to bring the pig-meat. Should  think with proper care you might  do alright, you two. I don't  s'pose he's told you, dear, but he  was the first creature I saw when I  lauded in Scawtland. Travelling  hadn't done me any good, not  fizzically, and when he showed up  to carry the boxes and things, the  sight of him brought on fer-men-  tation. Oh my, I was bad. I  didn't caro whether I lived or took  the train to Greenock.  Still, it's an old saying and a  true one���������A person can get used to  anything and still survive. In a  few weeks I got so's I could watch  your John pottering about nearly  every day and not feel sick at the  sight of him���������though I certainly  did get a shock the first time I  found he really was alive.  My poor father used  to say If  you can't get what you like, best  thing is to like what you get.    If  you and your John only bear this  in mind you'll be able to endure  each other, and that's something.  I often talk  about your native  wilderness   to   Mister   Bertram-  gentleman friend of mine.    I wat*  only telling him about it a day or  two ago.    When I told him about  the person known as the Mackintosh   of    tho   Mackintoshes,   my  gentleman friend said he'd sooner  bo an Overall of the Overalls. After  that I thought it only und proper  to change the subject.    What with  one thing and the other, I do think  this has been a trying summer for  us of the weekor sex, and what  week-  An important step towards the  improvement of existing roads in  western Canrda will be taken on  November 3 and 4, when meetings  of all interested in this movement  will be held in New Westminister,  B. O. The meetings are called by  Mayor John A. Lee, and will be at-  tendedby a large number of members of the Westminister Automobile club, the Vancouver Auto  club, the Victoria Auto club, tho  Seattle Auto club and other automobile associations.  The   Pacific  Highway Association  will  be   represented   at   the  meetings by a strong delegation, including prominent San Francisco,  Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Belling-  ham and   Spokane   men.    These  men will come prepared  to urge  the extension of the Pacific Highway,   which   now  stretches   from  Vancouver,  B.   C, to Tia Juana,  Mexico, a distance of 2,009  miles.  The scheme favored  by the Highway enthusiastic*1 is the building of  the PaciGc Highway through British Columbia, via Hazelton, and on  to the Yukon.  The extentiou of the Canadian  Highway with the object of eventually making it a good road from  the Atlantic to the Pacific will also  command much of the attention of  the meeting. ^Resolutions asking  the Federal Government to assist  in this scheme will be introduced  during the convention.  Other matters to be discussed include the placing of signs and guide  posts along all travelled roadp, the  standardizing of legislation regarding the speed of automobiles and  the "rule of the road," and the  planning of a campaign in favor of  better roads.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During tho 87 months that Lowery's  Claim was on earth it did business all  ovor the world. It wns tlie most  unique, independent ond fearless journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of the mails,  and its editor ceasad to publish it,  paitly on account of a'lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to run a paper that is outlawed, Ihere.  are still 25 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10cents  and get one or $2 50 and get the bunch.  R. T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. C.  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor, .  Nelson, B. C.  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.C.  HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN   BY   J. H. JAMES of Greenwood.  GREENWOOD CITY WATERWORKS  CO.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS.  ARE A 1 QUALITY  STARKEY & CO.  nelson, b. c.  wholesale  dealers tn  Produce   and   Provisions  About Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is-filled with sketches and.  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the-flush, days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver . long  after  Noah was dead ;   how a  parson  took a   drink   at  .Bear Lakej.n early days ���������  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in  ?93 ; > how - the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains������the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are  printed, three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.    Send for  one before it is too late.  The   price   is   25   cents,  postpaid to any part of tho  world.    Address   all   letters to  R. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. O.  (?'  The BRILLANTES  Arc the Best Clear Havanas In Canada  Made by Union Labor in tlie best Hy-  irienic Factor-,- in the country.   Call for'  them and gel value for your money instead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Clear  _ Factory, New vVestmlnstcr, B. C.  ^  WHOLESALE GROCERS  Corner Smytlie and Beattie St's, VANCOUVER B. C  l=  Agents for STIRT0N & DYER Cigars  The Best Value,of any Cigar made in Canada  Brands:    SALOME.    SAVANNAH.    SMART SET.  CARIBOO.     UTOPIA.  J  ���������' The Greenwood Dairy  ���������  PUREMILK  and CREAM  A TRIAL SOLICITED -  I^W. JENKS,  Prop.  "j  PHOENIX, B. C. "    -  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are always at the service of :those in search of material  cleanliness. The" dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating frnit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -       PROPRIETOR  When you hear a man bragging  about his ancestor's it's a safe bet  that he has nothing elso to brag  about.  must it  have been for the  endersl   "What, what?  I hope, dear, you'll try and write  soon. Send me a nice long letter  and tell me everything, x x x x.  Your loving and devoted friend,  Jane Ann.  P.S.���������I'm not putting any stamp  on this letter. Jannit love. You  can roduct it off the shilling I owe  you.���������J. A.  Is  a   steeple-climber   a    high  churchman?  The  Never  Failing Blues  and Blacks  Whatever color fashion decrees to be the proper thing to  wear, there are always men  who prefer the standard blues  and blacks, and theu are always  in good taste.  But ln no other suit Is it so necessary to have a smart, well made appearance, or to have the quality of the  cloth and workmanship so good.  " Fit-rite " suits In blues and blacks  are In color, texture and design, garments that appeal to the well dressed  man. They have all the qualities of  fit and make that distinguish the *' Fit-  rite" brand throughout.  K "Flt-rlte" label on a blue or  black suit Is a guarantee of real value,  Either call at the -tore or ���������end us a post card bearing  four nama and addreu, and we'll give you a copy of tha  Fit-rite Style Forecaat," containing tha lato-t new* of  fashion tendencies for tho coming Fall and Winter.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  COPPER COMPANY, Ltd.,  Mother Lode Mine, Greenwood, B.C.  I������6*  ���������������  SU  "Slf^X  n  prr'-'.wffts  H  'Vi4*'   *- "KAV.If*-     "- Vvi  &_:.  rTB.% LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C,, OCTOBER 26, ign  S7      ALL OF ONE NAME..'."  <5t> They Hud lo Tag Each of the Many  Torn Hazards.  Perhapa uo eoinu) unity more care-  ��������� fully autl frequently set forth its er  - ratlc fancy limn did the early settlers  of Nairn gansett, It. I., of whom \V.' B.  iAVeeden tells in "Early Rhode Island."  iThere were so many of one name tliul  ��������� tlie-bearer  must  have a descriptive1  iPreUx lest he be lost in a concordant  jinullitude.    Mr.'Updike cites'thirty-  ��������� two Tom Hazards living at one- time  jaud thus illustrates a few:  1 College Tom, because be had bfcen ni  j college. Bedford Tom was his son and  j lived at New Bedford. Barley Tom,  .because he boasted how much barley  he raised from an acre; Virginia Tom,  'because he. married a wife there; Little Neck Tom, from the farm of that  name; Nailer Tom, the blacksmith;  '���������Fiddle Head Tom, an obvious' resem;  blance; I'islol Tom, wounded by. an  explosion of that arm; Young Pistol  Tom, his son; Short Stephen's Tom,  the father low, against Long Stephen's  'Tom, the father tall; Tailor Tom needs  no explanation.  The Georges' were not so numerous,  but. they were distinguished as Beach  ' Bird George, of little legs; Shoestring  George, tin opponent of buckles; Wig  George, Dr. George and Governor  George.  NQUENTTAXE  IN THE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, Lhe :6lh day of November, A. D. 1911, al. the hour of ten o'clock in the  forenoon, at the,Court House, in the City of Rossland, I shall sell at public auction, tho lands hereinafter set out of the person'.;  in said list hereinafter set out, for thn delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons, on the'31st day ofDecemutfi-, 191c, and for  interest, costs, and expenses, including- the cnsl of advertising said .sale, if the total amount clue is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Properly  hots  .- 9  Q r1  n  0,������  (/Jr-i  5-a  _, in  9 O  ' S 'J  t���������1 -a  L. C "J,  o ii j  3 2 3  -��������� - a  rt  o,y.  cotJW  o  Boundary Falls, ChrfMen&en's addition, Mnp 155, being a sub-division of part lot 931, ,0. I, (0), Slmllku  Chri.slenseii, Mark  Kenncdy,'W.   E   Christenson, Mark   Cross, James   Riddall.'S. E   Cliristt-nst'ii, Mark ...  Chrislenseu, Murk ...  Christensen, M,-irk ...  a nil ���������  ���������1   10   J 10 7.,  A  A  A  ii  n  fi  li  D  00  2 -10  l! 70  1 SO  90  90  14 -10  mecn district  ������������������IC  02  1 :is  21  ���������15  -in  7 37  Hi  ���������17  -IS  IT  0:i  Hi  ���������l(i  71  Si 00  1 00  ��������� 1 00  1 00  ��������� 1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  8   2 .02  '1 70  5 56  3 IS  ' 1 01  -    2 51  2 52  25 48  Cascade townsite, Mop 8, being u sub-division of parts of lots 268, 269 and 813, G. 1,(0), Similkameen district  Hanson, Eric  Miller, J.  A.  Name of Person Assessed  A  LIFE  FOR  A  LIFE.  Cheerful New Guinea Custom Which  Causes Frequent Murders.  . Everywhere in New Guinea the  traveler Is continually brought face to  face with death, and Ihe natives are  devoid of the slightest pity or respect  for the (load.or dying, although after  a ��������� death thoy will often wail and  mourn for a. considerable lime.  Murder is 'an everyday occurrence,  nnd nothing could be worse than the  morals of the natives, fit fact, they  have none. Thoy thieve and lie with  'a persistence and cunning which are  surprising.  'J'hi! Papuans have a cheerful custom which demands a life for a life.  Should any one die at the first opportunity they kill some one���������thpy tire.not  very particular whom���������to make up for  it. "While wo wore at flunibold  bay," says Professor Pratt in the Wide  Magazine, "a Malay died of  He was the first Malay who  hud ever come to" that part, and the  Papuans greatly respected him.  '������������������Very well,' they said, 'we must  (���������boot a Malay Willi our hows and arrows to pay for his death.* And sooner or later some innocent person would  be killed to square the account, when  everybody���������except, presumably, the  victim's friends���������would be satisfied."  Short Description of Properly  IU  L.  O  h  u .2  0 T  < 5  c -j  Qh  o *���������  o Ji  - 0  V  m  .J  w  71  0)  0  V  c  -*  T3  C'5 ii  O   ���������   '/!  = .5 5  wow  J- 'J",  o  h  LANDS IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT  Cardon, Ellen R   Temple, Mrs. A. M...'.    Miller, Matthew :.'.   McAdam, I   Watson, Charles W   McRae Copper  Company...  Addinglon, Hon.   11. H   Oliver,   W   Chrislensen, Mark   f.ane, C. IC. ft al   Johnson, OU;   I.anrett,  Joseph   lohnsoii .-iiul Andetson   Sears, J. I), and C. E .'.  Morrison,  Mrs. Jennie   Anderson, John   McNeice Alex   I iussev E.,  part lot 312, Ci, 1 (O) 50x100:,.,  part lot'L-19, G. 1 (O)   part lot 535, G.  1 (O)   part lot 536, G.  1  (O)   lot 603,  G. 1  (O)   part lot 620, G.   1  (O)   part lot 6.S3, G.   1 (O)   pan lot 690, G. 1 (O):;   part lot 931, G.  1  (O)   part lot 970, G.  1 (O)   part lot 970, G.  1 (O)   part lot tot2,  G. 1 (O)   part lot 1196, G. 1 (O)   pan lot 1480, G. 1 (O)   part lot 1699, G. i  (O)   lot  2910, G. 1 (O)   YV. part ofW. pail lot  125S....  10.00  156.00  3 7-i-  320.  2.  1.  320.  93-  1.  165.  166.  34.00  278.  12.3  .16  $26  40  10  80  90  00  90  00  ���������5  00  60  80  00  6  00  60  7  20  6  00  7  20  7  20  3 9������  3  00  Plovarl, |. L   Ployait,'). [   74.6  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOTS IS2, 1S3 AND 184, GROUP 1 (0)   |lol 10, block 2  I      10,       I  S 7 20   I  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT ������34, Q. 1, (0), MAP 75   'block 2  I        1.       I S 3 60   llot  15  I        1. '    I      '96  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 700, 0. I (0), MAP 38  8  i?8 3-'  82 00  56  2 00  -' 7-'  2   LO  4 72  78  2   OO  2   00  35  ������3  2   OO  ������3  2   OO  .( 20  2   OO  1 S2  4>  2   OO  6 55  .  8-1  ������3  7'  6j  2   OO  2   OO  2   OO  3'  2   OO  37  2   OO  1 92  47  .  2   00  25  2   OO  *S  2   OO  ���������:���������/��������� 72  '3 36  9<> 7-  9������' 7-!  17 7S  2 JS  2 63  86 20  to 23  ���������2 6-  9 26  10 67  S3'  9 57  11 59  6 >5  5 >5  S   37   I S2 00   I S 9 -J7  Miller, J. J|...  Pierce, W. E   I'Vye, j, S., Estate.  Karl and Strauss ..  MeKeii/.ie, Mrs.  1Mc.Ken7.ie,   J.   T,  McGillivray ami Horner..  Strickland, W. I*   Sing .Sinn ;   D'Arey, James   Bonyniau,  Eliza   Thomas, Mrs. C.  Cumberland, John.,  Smith, James  P....  Gilpin, li.   R   Wilcox, W. M   Hind, II.   I   IU....  1   lo  tf   i..  >>  N. Ii7  fl.  5 and  li.  in   N. !.,  8 ".  |i   t.  5 aud (I,  H  ���������1 to  5 -10  1 SO  3 00  1 20  8 70  *?     '31  1 30  '���������>>  12  '2(\  ii'.'.  $ 'I  II.  Hand -I   II and  II'..  II   ���������I ami ,"1   90  2-1 '  Ih  III  till  70  $1- 00  1 00  1 00  00  00  00  00  Vi.  ���������i L',5   ���������  -l.'i .  i          '-Vi  1 00  v>  Ii LTi  JI!  1 OS  J Ou  li)  ���������J if.  It!  01   '  1 00  li)  00  Oil  1 00  1.)  00  fl.1  1 00  IS  00  lo  or.  J 00  IS  OS  01  ' 1 Ou  III  1 ao  . m  11  1 On  L'l  Oil  ui  1 00  L'-l  s ������������������'   !  ul  ���������1 -.'il  1 00  .'lii  -u,  JL'  n:i  1 00  o.t  1 'Hi    1  ?  (i7  1 00  Ciikoii tovvnslic, M..,, "!9, l.el,.������ H sub-dlvlslori of port lot 517, C. I, (0), Similkameen district  McL-iren, John   1  4 ;i|U| .-  Ji".  lit)  S     US  $     0f>  00  iS  04  Si 00  1 00  World  -dropsy  Manlv,  I..  A   Barnes  , 11  . I) :  Manlv,  I..  L.  A   Manlv,  A   I..  L.  A   Manly,  A   Manly,  1..  A   Manly,  L.  A   Manly,  L.  A   Manlv,  L.  A   Kirchner,  Ella   Kleman  indrew   lots 3 anil 4, block 3   lot 2, block 4 "..  lot 3, block 4..   lols 2 and 3, block 7   lots 1 and 2, block 8   lots 1 and 2, block 9   lols 1 and 2, block 10   ots 3 and 4, block 14   ots 3 and 4, block 15   lots 3 and 4, block 16   lots 2, 3 and 4, block 21   block 37   8.8s  ���������*? 3 6������  1 20  1 80  3 60  3 60  2 70  2 70  3 60  2 70  2 70  1 80  4 80  S   39  Si 00  09  i 00  19  1 00  39  1 00  39  1 00  29  1 00  '  29  1 00  39  1 00  29  1 00  ���������29  1 00  09  1 00  25  2 00  S -l 78  1 94  S*4 99  2 29  2 99  4 99  4 99  3 99  3 99  Christina Townsite, Mnp GO, being a sub-divlslon of part lot 317, 0. I, (0), Similkameen district  C. & W. RAILWAY SUBSiDV LANDS, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Horner, Samuel   Tremblay,   Jos   Cilmour, John   Webb, A. C   Mclntyre, Murdock,  sub-lot [A of lot 2700..  part lot 2701   sub-lot 4 of lot 2701   sub-lot 11 of lot 2704....  sub-lot 11 of lot 2701....  160.45  33<>-5  156.21  224.96  5'-65  S20 00  6 00  8 00  g 00  i 80  S  Si 05  3'  43  47  09  82  OO  2  OO  2  OO  0  OO  2  OO  **3  8  3'  10 75  A Disguised Toast.  ' At one time the officers under Lord  Ilowe refused to drink his health at  their mess, for, though a splendid admiral, ho was not popular in the navy  on accouut of a certain shyness and  want of tact with those about him.  Tho chaplain, who was a protege of  his lordship, was mortified at this and  ! determined that the officers should  .drink to Lord Howe. When called  upon for a toast one day he said, "Well,  gentlemen, I can think of nothing better at this moment than to ask you to  drink the first two words of tbe Third  rsalm. for a Scriptural toast for once  may be taken from one of my cloth."  The toast was drunk. Not one of the  ������Ulcers.indicated by word or look that  he was ignorant of the words alluded  to. Ou referring to the Bible it was  found that the Third Psalm begins,  "Lord, how are they increased?"  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lots  fill;.  C  CJ  O   ������  o JJ  ~ ti  U  o  O -3 ���������"  3 ������ S  % ** I"*-  JOK  WUW  Siricl-land, W. I  Sanders, Wattle, J   Unknown   Unknown   Robbins, Chas. P ....'..'...'.  Pearson, Nils   Unknown   Perlois, J. A   Unknown   McKay, John G   Unknown...'   Pokorney, V.   W   Pierce, V,   and Sullivan,  jas,  Unknown   Unknown   Unknown   Marl in, Jos.   L :.   Strickland, A. W   Entflund, Oscar   Pokorney,   F.   H "',  4 and  5...  ������...  10..  10   0 and 10   1 to ii, S to JO..  (land 7   -I   -, o and 1   o'-and II   7 and R   II and  I-*   10, II amll-J...  S and [)   7  lo 10.   -I and 5   0, 7 and 3   1 .-   :i  0  5  0  fl  S  9  ������  10  11  il  11  11  Vi  13  1(5  17  17  18  :U  'to  L'O  Ho  35  17  li  -IS  70  1  1  1  1  1  1  1 35  2 49  1 00  1 70  1 70  ���������J 49  1 70  48  ���������50  2 -19  1 00  14  II  0(1  14  U  ���������21  31-,  id  Ji  ���������.'<;  2(1  :i7  20  Of  li  ���������-'7  1!)  ot  li7  i;.1)  19  03  ::n  'Si  57  M  :ifi  so  57  39  '02  02  57  14  Deadwood townsite, Map 78, being a sub-divislon of part lot 620, G. I, (O), Slmilkami  Chenoweth,   W.   II  10 (, e    i  on o 1  --  Bothwe..-A.c ::::::::: Jut:":::::::;::::::::::;::::::::  s   ���������' 2g   Slu*   3 %  McLaren, John.  McLaren, llarrv ...  ICcrhy, F.  M....'   Hambly, John   Graham, J.  D   Homann, II, J    11.  12   0 and  n  O   0 and  0   10...  13  1:5  14  15  10  17  00  1 SO  1 'id  J 50  10 00  1 20  2 40  5.T  35  n:i  1 97  SI 00  1 00  * t 00  1 0u  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 0l/  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  J'OO  1 00 '  1 00.  1 00 '  1 00  1 00'  ameen District  '?! 00  i 7 02  8 fiO  :: 20  4 87  2 05  12 02  II 17  -1 IU  i, 49  3 92  I 99  '   I 03  1 SO  J 09  2 47  1 91  12 55  1 OU  2 -Si  .'il  7ii  5'i  45  71!  50  55  SI  ���������J  70  42  Denoro townsite, Map 103, being a sub.dlvlslon of part lot 156S, G. 1, (0), Slmllka  '::Geo;R-.    10       9!3       30   I   S 1   *     r  02  1 00  IS  1 00  13  ���������   1 00  08  1 00  3 59  1 00  07  1 00  70   ���������  1 00  Pierc  Guslafson, Axel  Cunningham, J.  ANACONDA TOWNSITE, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OP SBC. 32, TP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT, A1AP 24  Just a Bit Too Apt. '  To eke out his salary the people of a  Binall country church gave their pastor a donation party, among the presents being a fine new dress coat for  the pastor and n pretty bonnet for' his  wife.  On the following Sunday as they  walked up the aisle in their new habiliments the choir inadvertently struck  out with (he voluntary���������much to tha  discomfiture of the sensitive clergy*  man and his wife���������"Who are these Id  bright array''"���������Ladies' Home Journal.  The  End  of the  Story.  There is an amusing anecdote about  [King Louis of Bavaria in Lady Iloro-  !jliy .Vcvill's reminiscences: "Rn->olv-  .ii.ii-* to relieve tlm need** of one nf his  ���������poor but brave aide-de-camp:*, he sent  Jiim a small portfolio, bound like a  !bo*>!(. in which were (lepc>.-it(xl 500  crowns. Sonic time afterward he mot  lhe ofliccr and said to him, 'Ah, well.  ;liuw did you like the new work which  '1 sent yon.1' 'Excessively, sire.' re-  iplied the colonel. -l read it with  such intcivst that I expect the seen-nl  volume with impalienc'*.' The king  smiled, and when' the oflicer'.- birthday arrived he presented him with another portfolio similar in every respect  to the * first, but. with these words engraved upon it: This book is complete in two volumes'."  The Scottish View.  .a   .Kn<-lisli   church  How ;.ir j-iiiijtiisii church service  struck tlio Scottish Presbyterian of the  fifties of the last century is told in  Mrs. L. H. Walt'ord's reminiscences:  " "There was tlie twa 0' them,' cried  one of her Scottish, handmaidens in  mingled terror and indignation, relapsing into the broadest vernacular,  'thae twa rjieii, dressed..oot like folk  at a lair, ���������bo-win' to each ither an'  answerin' each ither across the table  and the rest cryin' ower an' ower,  "The Lord ha' maircy upon us!' An'  a' the time there was the organ bum-  min'. awa'-'owerheid! Me! I thocht  it was the theatre!' " "'  How  to  Test   Eggs.  Take a deep dish, fill with cold wat-  ���������ers and drop in your eggs. If they  are fresh they will sink to the bottom  on their side; if they are cold storage  they will float on end. Take some  fresh eggs and some cold storage eggs  and try it.' This is an unfailing test.  Up to  Him.  1'flm���������I'm dead sore. I lo3t $5 today: I fuel Jiko somebody 01-ght to  kick me.  Tess (absently)���������Why don't you ask  father for my hand to-night. He's  right in the library.  A  Rat  Massacre  N'o fewer than 827 ruts were killed  during the  threshing  of an average)  corn-rick in Berkshire.  Keightley, Ewiny;   Mickey, Pat  ,  Payuzzo, Vinccnzzo   Kay, Mark   Fisik, Frank K ,  Keie-litley, Ewing*   Fisk, Frank K    Cunningham, A   Kane, Thomas   N'orris, Ch.'is. H '.   Moore, J.   W   Keig-lilley, Ewing   Aspinwall, Phil   Brown, Marietta    Smith,  Dan   Lontier,  Leon   Lonticr, Leon   Garland, Maud   McLenaghan J.  Garland, M and  McLeiiagban J.  N'eilzel, Elizabeth   Garland, T. A   Pratt, William A   Kains, Thomas   Moran, A   Johnson and Tye   Kane, Julia A   Kane, Julia A   Johnson and Tye   Oirnic, Maud   Keightley, Ewing-   Hardy, Thomas   Hartman, Oscar   Keightley,   Ewing   Keightley,   Ewing   Loader, Leon   Kerby, F. M   iUorin, A   Morris, Michael   Hooper, C.  S   Estate McClelland, Samuel    Stevens, John C   Kane, Julia A   liergcr, M '.   Boycr, Owen    Guberich, M '.   Dunn, John   Hooper, C S   Dunn, John   Funiasoli and Patroni   Garland, T. A   Webb, Thomas   B. C. Loan & Saving's Co   Fraser, Alex   Kane, Julia A   Carlson,  Chas A   McGuire, A. J   iMcGuire, A. J   Williamson, John   Williamson, John   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary......   Garland, ,Mary   Garland, Mary..,,.   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary.. .'....   Garland, Mary........   Garland, Mary ...Z   Garland, Mary..... '.   Garland, Mary ';.   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland   Mary ,  Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary..   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary.,   Garland, "Mary   Garland, Mary......   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary.   Garland, Mary   S   9   10 and  S   II   II   (I ,  13   S and 9...  ���������>   3 and 4...  1   5 and IL,  1 and 2...,  ���������I and 5...  S and 9...  5   7   14   4   1 and 2....  10   11   20  90  GO  13   14   4 .-   5 and 7   li and 7   I and 2   II and 12   14   4   (i   11   14   I)   ib:::::::::  1   11   11   1 and 2-..  W. part  E. part ,'!  .,  1 SO  ���������}  1 20  '���������'2  1 80  .')  1 2ii  0  2 70  :s  1        12 (Id  ���������1  12 00  ..>  1 20  -1  14 50  0  3 11O  .:>  -1 50  8  3 GO  9  1 05  10  9 90  10  S 35  10  29 00  U  1 so  12  2 40  12  S 25  13  5 10  13  13  00  13  GO  13  13  15 00  14  1 SO  14  15  30 50  11!  3 GO  10  3 GO  113  3 GO  ���������II  50  51  ���������12  UI  and 4..  audi....  W. pt.S, 9, 10   ���������I to 7    1, 2 and 3   12, 13 and 14   I and 2   Kami 9............   A., 1, 2 and II ���������.(  3 and 7   3.. .....  II   1, 9, 11, 13, 14   W. part 2   1, 2, 3, 4, (i, 10, 13 and 14  1, 2, 3, Sto 12.......   (! ....  A., B., I toy and 8 to 14.,  3, (5 and 12 .....  1,2, 5 and 14 .".  9, 10, 12 and 13   1 and 3....   n, (i, 7 and 10 to  14   5, (land 7 ..,  E. pt. 10, Hand 12   1'  17  17  18  IS  18  18  18  PJ  1������  ill  2''  ��������� >.'>  2-1  of,  ���������"li  28  ")lS  "l  14.  5 lo 14 and B   A., 4, 5, 8, 10, 11   9lo 14   5 and 7..,.   I, 2 and 4 toS ...'....:   1   A., I, 2, fi, G, 7....   ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION, MAP 97, BEINd A SUB-D1V. OF PART SEC. 32, TP. 70, SIAHLKAMEEN DISTRICT  Garland, Mary  |  1, 2, 3, 4, "I, 1 and 8  |    11   |    S   4 20   |    S     CO   |    $102   |      SI 00   IS  4  5  S  9  n  12  10  13  18  19  2l  2'2  23  23  '���������.",  24  20  27  28  ���������3  30  GO  ���������1 00  5 80,  5 80  3 00  GO  90  5 00  30 00  3 30  5 00  2 90  2 50  2 40  2 40  75  -R 40  7 2U  2 40  II 40  3 75  22 50  IS 00  5 35  4 40  4 GO  3 30  4 40  4-1 00  3 30  17 35  29 30  ���������I 40  15 40  10 45  20 90  li 35  ���������1 40  Hi 50  13 20  3 30  1 10  2 20  12 10  9.00  9 90  ���������1 40  15 40  l'S',0  0 GO  I 01  70  2 47  91  2 (10  -13  52  82  85  1 12  26  28  1-1  SI  49  35  14  05  05  51  55  79  05  G 50  7S  52  34  27  II  13  51  47  IS  11  J 8  11  34  1 85  2 3tj  11  4 40  17  25  39  10  37  1 9(i  S4  1 12  3 Of.  34  1 94  54  99  40'  52  5 20  40  2 12  ���������I 01  52  1 80  1 2-1  2 48  80  54  1 87  1 58  38  11  27  1 52  1 10 ���������������������������  1 1G  53 ���������  1 82  74  2 07  2 09  S 75  23  43  3 14  I 40  00  05  U5  3 95  20  02  5 50  40  40  20  04  97  1 75  1 75  50  03  10  1 38  G 3S  35  1 3-1  88  07  35  41  12  SS  GG  33  1 19  1 01  0 05  2 55  1 15  1 03  MS  77  1 03  10 52  78  ���������I 12  G 51  1 01  3 G2  2 50  5 00  1 49  1 05  3 97  3 17  77  21!  43  2 80  2 37  2 37  1 05  3 72  25  I 55  SI 00  1 00  1 00  I OO  ' 1 00  ��������� -1 Ou  1 OO  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 Ou  1 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  ' I 00  J 00  1 00  1 00  ���������1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  i 00  I 00  1 00  1 oo  1 00  J 00  1 00  1 00  1 Ou  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  ] 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I. 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  TOO  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  J IX)  I 00  I 00  1 00  I 00  5  c  8  2 31  2 -14  (i Ii7  -I 23  3 4U  2 31  3 -lu  i       -I 4G  :   is 41;  17 OL'  2 -J I  21 GO  4 17  5 75  -I 99  8 48  15 41  12 38  41 35  3 -If.  -I 35  13 21  8 85  2 18  I 93  1 93  1   14  2o 79  3 00  I 51  5 00 .  5 On  -I SO  I 78  0 02  9 -JO  9 00  5 05  1 G3  2 85  8 03  43 88  5 43  7 SO  5 I-J  ���������I 44  O   id  4 54  2 24  12 24  9 70  4 85  Hi 05  G 10  31 49  22 15  7 50  G 97  7 52  5 47  G 95  (id 71.'  5 -IS  2-1 59  40 85  0 911  21 88  15 19  29 38  9 f.i  G 99  23 81  18 95  5 -15  2 50  3 90  17 48  14 4;',  II 43  (1 98  21 .9-1  2 G8  9 89  McLeod, I.auchlin....  Torncy, W. S   Tebo, Michael    Bellman and Johnson   Eholt   Trading-  Company.  Stewart, Alex .'.,  Tebo, Michael   Bailey, \L\   Uice, L. M    John, .14.   II   Crai.ldoi.-l-,  Bruce   Shrapnel, J. II...  Fahev, Lawrence  Packard, C. S   Christiansen,  Jacob   Rice,   L.    M   meen district  }l   !       19 CO   ���������       4 41   !       4 35   .        1 01  1S   ! 30   ; ! 01   :       ��������� 00  fcl.olt townsite, Map 71. being a sub.dlvl.lon of part lot 1223, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  4....  12 and  J 3..  and Albert.  uid li..,  and 14..  I.i aiul  18   5 ami  8   !)   10   18   'il and  7   14.  I'...  ���������1  S 13 50  3  3 00  -1  3 CO  4  1 SO  -1  19 SO  -1  .  2 40  *  HI 00  13  3 CO  13  7 50  2-1  10 00  24  5 -10  24  5 80  24  H 00  24  3 00  24  7 50  25  5 00  :'. 8 41  ���������I 28  2 51  1 '24  19 3S  48  28  80  87  1 87  2 81  1 87  McInlo-.li,  I  Snyder, L.   II    Laug-liland,   I   Parker, G. A   Burns, W.  S   I.iesantel, Ailliur.  Mallieson, Neil   Lewis, F.   II   O'Farrell,   Tlionia  Mclimes, A   McL-iughlan,  O....  I.oi'tus J   iS'ieliokon, Geo   Gloster City townsite, being a sub-division of Purt lot 3672, 0. I, (0), Si  1   JO   10   i 3 CO Si 00  88 ] 00  87 J 00  34 1 00  3 31. 1 00  12 "1 00  -1 40 1 00  IMi I 00  2 20 1 00  ���������"- 02 1 00  72 1 o0  1 91       '     I 00  1 02 1 00  80 1 00  2 -IG 1 OO  1 oil .1 00  rnilkameen District  10....  5   8  S  8  8  10  2 70  2 70  2 -70  ' 2 25  2 'id  1 50  1 50  1 SO  2 25  I 50  I SO  1 00  .-to  :w  .'JO  25  25  12  12  25  20  25  12  14  1;  SI 00  '  1 Oil  ;  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00 '  .1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 Cm)  1 TO  1 00  McNee's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 128, being u sub-division of part lot 383. G. I, (0), Similkameen district  '2 'iti  U    OL*  3 35  4 4:1  3 35  1 50  1 oi*  4 43  2 20  4 22  1 GU  3 51  2 OS  2 53  IS 52  2 27  G 13  1 31  29 39  1 31  20 57  ii 70  S 01  4 38  43 ���������)')  3 b'i  28 HI  7 J8  13. 50  17 70  10 45  10 (11  11 02  0 1*7  13 77  9 43  -1 00  4 00  4 00  3 50  3 50  ���������2 (!2  2 02  3 50  3 00  3 50  2 G2  -1 94  2 (12  Ra.-tlilcii-'h, Waller.,  Holland, Ella J  Holland, Ella J  Ander.soii, Cail  Aiideison, Carl  14, 15 am  I lo 13...  I, 2 and.".  I  to 8   I lo 7   90  9 75  2 25  -I SO  4 20  00  1 71  47  S3  ���������I  Si 00  1 00  1 00  1 (10  1 CO  S   1 90  12 40  3 72  0 G3  5 94  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, Mop 150. bein-j a sub-division of part of lot 382, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  O'Brien, E. II I  12 and  13 1     !i - - -  Nelson, Uoheil I   | to 7        (|j  o'Biion, e. 11 1121017....":.::.::::.::::::::::. n-  90  ;    01   j    Sl 00   |S   1  25 ;     iw       5  04    !       1 00   j       1  Smelter Addition to Grand Forks, Map 40. being n sub-dlvi&lon of part lot 49S, G. I, (0), Similkameen district  30  1 05  90  31  20  94  Unknown.,  Oppenlieiiner, Joseph  Unknown   7 aiul 18   I and ���������_'   13 and 14...  10  15  15  ,0  75.  70"  50  SI 00  S   4 20  0,  1 w  1 82  30  1 00  3 00  Manlv, L. A...  Manlv, L. A..  Manly, I..   A..  Maiil> & Hackle's Addition to (irniid Forks, Map 108, being a sub-divislon of part lot SU, G, I, (0). Similkameen district  1  lo G  1  to 4..  S to  14.  ���������!    31  5 40  3 15  5 So  43  25  411  Sl 0U  1 no  i no  Sloper,   Mrs.   Nettie...  Rody-vs,   T.   L   McLellan,  Norman...  Fallen, John O :  Logan, Robert   Raker, Wilfred   Ruckle's Addition to (iranil Fotks, Map 36, being_i sub-dlvlalon of part lot SU, Q. I, (0), Slmllkaraeea district  0 83  4 40  7 31  12..  13 ami  14.  14 and 15.  0   7 10  10....  2 and 3   1(3  10  21  GO  ���������I 20  14 40  90  4 35  fl GO  05  3(1  2 10  03  33  30  Elkhorn Addition to (Ireeanood, Map 61, being a auu-dlvisioti of lot 818, Q. I, (0), Similkameen dUt-lc  Roundaiy Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Gray, J.   P. Myers   Boundary Elkhorn Mininj-' Co., Ltd.  Itauiul-iry Elkhorn Minini*' Co., Ltd.  Pouuclarv Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Kerr.I, McDonell T & Mclntyre, KM  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co.,-Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining  Co., Ltd  Comstock, Rose   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd,  Boundary Elkhorn Alining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd,  Hound-try Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid,  :.'to 12   1 to II   1 10   12   13, I I and 15.  I lo 24 .....  1 to  17   I to 12..........  18   14 '..  I  to 20   I  10 IS.   1  If!) :..  3  4  tl  li  ���������7  S  9  9  9  10  11  12  13  4 90  1 72  1 39  9 57  0 ���������.-.'  11 G4.  2 111  20 8S  1-1 79  7 S3  1 39  87  17 40  15 0t!  7 s:i  1 39  S 1 22  33  Vi\  2 15  1 5(1  .   2 77  CG  4 C>9  3 31  1 79  20  IG  3 92  3 53  1 79,  25  SI (Vi  I ml  1 00  ���������i cm  1 00  1 cm  t  Si cm  1 00  1 cm  1 00  Cameron, Geo, A.  Peterson, Peter W.  I.auler, Adeline! A...  Lawlur, Adeline A...  Mahon, Gilbert  Long Lake lontisile, Map 65, belia; ������ nut.-division of part lot 860, 0.1, (0), Simllkameca dlstrlc  ou  cm  0i).  00  00  cm  cm  00  cm  00  00  00  McConnel  und  3   15   II and 7.  Maud... ; :���������', mid  1 50  1 25  1 25  1 50  75  1 50  29  "'21  21  29  07  29  Garland, Mary  |  J to 4 and 7 lo 10  | ��������� 12   | -192   | 03   |.       124   |        I 00   |       7  ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION, MAP 115, BliINO A SJIfl-DIV. 01' PART LOT 9H (j. I, (0) SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Nelson, O..' | 20........  |     4. |    $   2 20   | . 8     27   |   S     71   |     SI 00   | $   4  0 .82  7 79  ������4  I'nUnown   Gordon, W. L. C   Unknown   Jeliliiess and Goodeve  Gordon, W. L. C   Russell, J   Pe'iisoi), Nils   I.owson, J. C>,   1',.,.,...  Barton, F. W   Ronald,   William   Nelson, J. W   I'Vrroux, Jean   lehlness and Goodeve .  Midway townsite, Map 3, lieiog a sub-division of pari lot SOI, 0.1. (0), Similkameen district  IS..  II and  IS..   I ami 2  7 and 8  9.;   II   I ami 2 !    18  IS  15 and III   20 and 21-*...  11  15  Hi  17  17  17  17  BOUNDARY PALLS TOWNSITE, SM.FXTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEIN0 A SUB-DIV. OP PAR)' LOT 1012/ 0. I, (0), SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT j Sti'wari'! j!"\V,.^!!'.?.?.'  ���������'���������'.  23 am  11 am  III....  I 12   Cruse, J. C   Williams,  Bert   Williams, G. M   Craig, W.  W   Lewis, K. O   Hopkins, Alfred N. A.  Craig, W. W   Lewis, E. O ....  Boyd,  Ernest,.,   Collins, Amelia   Shannon, J. J   Unknown   5 and G   9 ,  11 :   15 and IG   I, 2 and 3   19.,.   I and 2   14 and 15..  20   J  !?  S 5 <*2  s   so  SI 00  1 fil   7 32  I  1 20  14  09  1 00  i       2 43  I  1 50  07  1 00  1    ���������   2 57  1  15 00  2 14  2 77  1 00  !      20 91  tl  I0S 00  1-1 55  10 (14  1 00  140 19  ���������12  02  I 00  '        1   II  1  1 SO  1-1    !  21.  J 00  3 15  ���������1  4 50  '*'   1  5S  1 00  G 81  ,1  1 SO  42  12  1 00  3 31  ..)  1 50  79   ;  ���������10  1 00  3 Gil  fl  3 00'  108 :  80  100  G 38  1) J  30  ��������� 1  1 00  1 30  I Kwong, Joe  I Mace,' E i S   Klflrldge, llerberl  21   Main, Ed. A,, Estate  II   JeUlnes.s and Goodeve  11 and 12,  Saunier, M ,  4   Whiteside, G., Eslnte  15 and  hi,  Jeliliiess and Goodeve ' 3   Werner, Conrad ; I ,  Hardy, Thomas | 28....   AlcUac Bros, and  Siuilli j '21   Hardy, Thomas | S , I 34  19  19  19  19  20  24  24  25  20  29  30  82  32  33  ������'���������>  1 t'f  33  33  1 40  1 50  1 40  ���������I 20  2 10  S 40  45  2 85  30  1 20  10 40  ������  50  50  2 25  35  ' 25  1 97  ���������I 27  $  ���������1 20  2 23  -1 20  2 25  47  4 80  2 40  84  4 10  2 10  3 CO  1 81  5 40  25  1 18  2 70  1 81  4 70  1 31  10 87  1 25  1 75  33  11  3:|  1 02  IS  1 22  02  ::ii  05  12  3 53  II  1 02  1 02  03  ���������10  13  27  21!  82  01  52  59  1 20  95  00  09  SI 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  I OO  1 00  si 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 cm  i 00  1 00  1 on  1 cm  1 00  1 00''  1 00  1 no  1 00  1 no  ���������1. 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I, (0), SJwilkaiueeu district  1.2.  18.  I  18  2 in  1 SO  5 40  2 10  fi 1  14  27  2U  $\ uO  I 00  I   Oil'  1 no  I no  I on  I 00  I on  I   (HI  I in'i  I mi  I on  i cm  I  IHI  I no  i no  I on  1   Ofl  I no  i on  i nn  i on  I on  I on  1 no  i no  I no  I nn  i oo  I 00  l no  I on  I i/i  -ill IH)  i no  I IHI  I on  ���������v?n'**;>t3-,*MH������MA-������:*4*>*~.'t-M.  Nam  e of Person Assessed  Short Description of Properly  Lots  Rlk  =   V  ~ 'A  "���������   !t  s  42  4  111  99  l-l  17  7-1  IS  ii;  25  in  87  1  91  1-1  HI  23  7n  1  91  II  11  47  Unknown..  Guunct-, W.  G   P.lanehelte. Octave X  Seymour, G. E     Joyce,  Pal      M.-itii,   Christopher..  White,   Ed   I inkiiowii   Seymour, G. E   Unknown   Couture, Eil   Hickey, Pat       Unknown   Kales, C. J   IViscoll, John P   Hicks, IX W   McDonald, T   Lundgren, Richard...  Johnson, J.  K   Lundgren,  Richard...  McCaricT a: Son   Couture,  Henry   Unknown   Simpson, J. M   Seymour, G. 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Phoenix, New Yoik Addition, Map 58, beloj a sub-division of lot 901, 0.1, (0), Simllkameea district  1 and .2..  4 and 5..  1 and 2..  .1  land 2/  4   1   1  ���������S IG 00  i ;  7 20  ��������� >  1 50  i  7 20  10     :  1 50  IG    i  cm  S 3  5:!  *l no  S 20 58  79  1 00  8 99  24  1 00  2 74  02  1 00  S 82  24  1 00  2 74  02  1 00  1 02  Phoenix, Uoldeu Eagle Addition, being a subdivision part lot 921, Q. I, (0), Similkameen district  Moore, Huliia.. .  McGillis,   Hugh".  and  20  20  Summit townsite, Map 79, being a sub-dlvlsloa ol lots 1557 and 2005, (1,  Wiseman, Emma   Sutton, A. C   To we, William   McOuarrir, M. II   Mitchell, J.  It   Towns, C. IL .!   Gironx, Alfred   Bilker, William   Sweeny,  Hugh   SilverVtone, P. A   Morris, Kale   Morris, Michael   .Morrison, Kenneth J   McOnarrie, M. II   Munro, D. D   Stevenson,  Eric   Berthelot,  Chas   Marriott, H. H...   iliitcheson, J. and Jones-, Jas.  Hodson, J. H ,   MeQnarrie, M. H   Sptsnce, John  D.   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Clean down the walls, spray'  thoroughly, fcinove every bit of litter  from 'the floor, and if it is a dirt''  .floor take out at least a couple ol;  inches of the old dirt, which should  bo replaced   with  clean . loam.  .Make  ready  a corner in each pen  that can  be used  as a dusting box.  This  can  be,kept supplied  with  the'*  fine   sifting.-' from   hard   coal   ashes  find   will   bo   much   enjoyed   by   the'"  whole (lock. 'If it can be-placed where  the sun will shine on it so much tha  better.     Do   not   close   the   windows',  until,the weather t-els real cold.   Let!  then:  be one glass ..window  for each!   ���������  pen  of 10  by  12 ot IG feet, and  one;  muslin   covered   frame,  with  at least  twelve square feet of surface for eaehi  pen. j  This may look like a cold proposition, but it will be found the niusliu  does not make the pen any coiderl  than does the same amount of glass)  surface and at the same time gives u;  steady supply of fresh air. This nius-f .  lin will help greatly in keeping thei  poultry house dry during the winter-'  aiul will make it much more comfort-;  able than a closely shut up house cau  ever be.  for colder nights have a curtain of  cheap sheeting running across thw  front of tlie roosting place. This does  not need to tit tightly except at the,  tup ami may hung out some inches,  from tin; dropping boards, giving plen-'  ly of rnoiu for. the fowls to pass to  and from thu roosts. On the very  voidest of nights the roosting place-  will be found to bo entirely comfortable, and in the morning the hens  will pome out ready to scratch and  hustle for their  break fast.  Above all things, be sure to keep a  g>. (I six inches of perfectly dry straw  on the Hobr for scratching nialerial.  There can be little comfort for the,  hen in scratching a'pile of dirty, damp  litter that has been-on the iloor for  a month or more.  1;  1)  ���������>  G8  G:'>  90  .)  91  '���������}  91  ~t  ;V>  '���������)  !H  ��������� ������  70  ��������� ���������  S7  1;  Oil  98  s  02  95*  ��������� )  90  10  92  2i I  17  55  81  ���������I 20  ���������I 211  I 2ll  9 79  ���������I  20  8 92  9 s:;  ���������I 20  8 92  8 OO  8 92  li :>,:;  s 01  8 08  0 88  ���������  8 92  7 02  .", 92  8 92  :; 92  1;  0:  "Mrs.  Pat's"  Daughter.  Miss   .Stella   Patrick   Campbell   ha*  delighted   her   numerous    friends    by  making a  hit in  H.   1).  Irving's aevv.  production . at   the   Queen's   Theatre,  .Loudon.  Miss Campbell is the physical  counterpart of her iamous mother.  She has the same mysterious dark  eyes, the same transparent co'.or, and  the same masses of blue-black hair.  - Sho graduated in 1904 from un  academy at Dresden, and in the same  year she *was presented at court. As  that time Mrs. Campbell- was determine.! that sho should not adopt 3  theatrical career. Miss Stella, however, wns equally determined that sho  would do so, and she got her way  during her mother's American tour,  when she made promising appearances, as I'JIh'Jtn. in-The Second Mrs.  T-mquerary. and as Marie in Mngeda.  Miss  Campbell  is* barely  twenty-one.  Her .mother, by the way, was never  stiigi'-st.r.iii-l' as her , daughter has  been. ������������������;i*;\i)t.liiug but st .11 necessity  drove uie to the stage/' says Mrs.  Campbell, "i had to decide between  becoming a governess and educating1  the children of others or going on  the stage, where I could be near my  own. I walked-' into a dramatic  agent's ollice. handed in my name,  and paid a guinea just like any other  woman."  Could Not Understand.  The bedtime hour was at hand, but  after the usual preparations for the  night Violet hesitated over her prayers. After a moment's silence she  said, ''Mummy, dear, are our prayers  answered:-"-  "Why, yes. dear." replied Mamma.  "Rut what a question, dear!"  "1 nskod because, if tliey are, why-  do you smack me? Why don't you  pray' for me tn be a good giri? It  would  be .-o much more comfy."  ��������� 1  III  92  0  92  .">  ���������>')  0  S7  s  19  s  79  li  no  *'8  ,s  1  .)  89  01  s  20  Father of Astronomy.  Hippiircus. the father of astronomy,  established the fact of the procession  of tlie equinoxes���������that is, that the  sun crosses the equator about one  minute farther westward each year���������  ISO years before Christ was born, and  it is consequently beiieved that he  knew the earth was spherical in form.  He catalogued 1,000 stars and invented an instrument for calculating latitude and loneitude.  2o  58  20 8(i  10 SI  11 12  18 57  9 75  12 1 ill  12 09  IS 57  IS 57  IS  lKises  Ttulv.  >i  li 91  I 22  8 (il!  3 91  8 Gli  8 90'  8 90  8 90  li 80  G 8G  3 Gli  8 lili  Coral From  Italy.  'Much of the costly red, while and  pink i-oral used tor ornamental pur-  s obtained from the coast cf  Men go out in boats a*id drag  the rock bottom of streams with  wooden frames or nets, in which "the  coral becomes entangled, but the delicate branches are crushed in this  way. The finest coral is obtained by  diving,  Rossland, li. C, October IU It, |9||.  J.   E.   HOOSOIM,  Acting Collector Rosslaml Assessment District.  THE LEDGE  is unexcelled as-an advertising medium;''it  penetrates the uttermost parts of the earth  and is the leading excitement of Greenwood.  The Animal  Way.  A fly mi a wiud.iw pane will crawl  to the top. f]y back to the bottom and  craw: up nsniu. This order is seldom  tvvfir.-f'd". Why. no one knows. It is  011 rivonl Hint 11 fly crawled up .a  window pa ne 82 times, returning each  time  a-wing.  Hi-ii-i scratch for fond with the sun  behind them, the reason being that  the- rnvs reflect on the. minute particle*. '  ' Cats seldom lb' with their fuel to  the (ir.-. f'.-tiiilly they lie on the.  left side. Dogs lie with their fore-  paws to the lire."  A .mouse will ignore a food supply  sollicicnt for a meal and rim great  j'isk* to nibble, at a' wholesale supply:  It will hide at lhe source of fond supply and .not depart flicrcfrom until  actually disturbed.' It isn't true thai  a mouse inns to its hole at the first  alarm.  Kind a harmless little snake tuft  letitflli of 11 load pencil and provide :������  box for it in the house, visit it daily,  inn! tit Ihe end of three months it  will crawl to you for food.  Ooldlish ii.-uially swim around a  globe to llio right. They can be  taught to tak-.' it lly nut of the hand  iu six��������� weeks' time. Tlie nresence of  other fish in the globe ��������������������������� ,-en*srally.  iinuired bv goldfish. Drop a pi.ee . t  chip on the surface of the water and  it wi.ll frighten .1 fish.  Good   Place   For   It.  Willie���������Hero's   a  sign  I' got  from  the j.cstoflicc.  Mr.-. Sli'iison���������Why. Willie, what do  /.in iiicurir   It's the sign "For Trail- ���������  )lent>."   Ynit just take it tight buck.  "I thought you might like to Uaug  U ������u> ia your kilelwii."  1  ft  <s  ?!.������h *  m  - M  V.-W3 THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA1".  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  THE   KOOTENAY   SALOON  Sandon, B. 0., has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town oi the Great West. A  glass of aqua' pura given free with  spirits mend. ���������    ���������  BBIDESVIII.K   HOTEL."  Bridesville,-B. C. -.Provides excellent  accommodation for tourists and travellers. Fresh Eggs and Butter. Special  Iribh Whiskey always on hand.  THOMAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.  NEWMARKET   HOTEL  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting" New Denver, British Columbia.  Honry Stogc. Propr,  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castlegar Junction. -. All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundary train leaves  ���������   '    here at 9,10 a.m.  W. H.  GAGE, Proprietor  THE   PROVINCE   HOTEL  Grand Forks: is a large three-  story brick hotel that provides  the public with igood meals and  . pleasant rooms.   A new building  but the same old rates.  .--  > Emll Larson, Proprietor,  THE   KASLO   HOTEL  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Oocklo & Pnpwortn.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  .pleasant rooms.  H, GOODISSON, Proprietor.  pvmmmfflfflmfflmitmifflfflmmffmttimmiwmmNfcs  1     REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING    ������  | BUY A FRUIT & VEGETABLE FARM 1  B= HOW DOES .THIS SUIT YOU ? ?  ST 10 Acres all planted iu Fruit Trees. Trees 4 years old. 2  S������ Irrigation system,    Well with Windmill Pump.     Splendid =  ������T Celery garden.    Good stable.     1 mile from school, */2 mile ~  g~ from railroad town. z  ,������������ OR THIS ? =  E~. ' 9j������ acres planted with best varieties of trees 4 years ~  ������������ old, beautifully situated on the banks of the Kettle river. ~  SE* Would make splendid summer resort. Good 6-roomed~  ������T house; stables, barns, well, etc. . , 2  8HERBKOOKE   HOUSE  Nelson; B. C.' Ono minute's walk  from C. P. R station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  Itoyor ltros., Proprietor  TREMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on tho American and European plan. Steam  heated rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining  room.  Kiiii-omo & Ciim->T>oll, Propf),  GRAND UNION HOTEL  Hedley, B. C. American plan  and moderate rates. First-class  . mineral display from all sections  and will exchange for specimens  from any,part of the world, Reliable information will be given  investors and working men.  ANTONWINKLER, Proprietor.  ��������������� For further particulars apply to���������  ���������=: &ie  | Land Specialists, ROCK CREEK,B.C. i  ^lUllUlliUilUlUIUIUIllUtUIIUlUUiUliiMtUiUllilUlliiUllff  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C . is the headquarters for 'miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything first class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  LAKEVIEW   nOTEL  in Nelson, B. C, employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at $1.00 a day.  Nap. BTullotto, Proprietor.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Keremeos, B. C. This first class  family hotel is opposite the G.N.  depot and under the personal  supervision of the proprietress.  All stages leave this hotel daily,  including the auto to Penticton.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY.  illllllEI  Copper Handbook,, Vol. X  Vol. X, the tenth annual edition  of the Copper J Handbook, is jnsb  received. The new issue of this  work, which is considered a stand  ard  authority on the subject of  copper.and copper mines for the  entire globe, has 1,902 octavo  pages,' containing nearly 1,500,000  words, and, in addition to the mis-  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  (30 days) js.oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) $7>So  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) -. f7.SO  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days) j$I0.oo  Water Notices (small) -{7.50  _ All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  Nonpariel measurement  See me for the Finest Suburban Subdivision  in New Westminster.  When Port Mann is a good townsite proposition New  Westminster will.be a large city.  Mark-My Words  Preprieter.  523-524, Pacific Block, Vancouver, B. C.  OPPOSITE    POSTOFFICE  KAMLOOPS  This large and roomy hotel is situated in  one of the best and most progressive young  cities of the great west. The Leland is built  of brick and contains 73"1 rooms, This  house is up<-tcvclate in everything, Every  room has a 'phone and hot and cold water;  Many of the rooms have a bath, and the  management aims to please all patrons,  Remember the Leland when you turn your  attention to Kamloops, Touch the wire if  you want apartments reserved,  Manager  or  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.   Rest, $12,000,000.  UN1>J VH-.ED   PROFITS,    8901,780.11.  Hon. President: Lord" Strathcona and Mount Rovai,, G. C. M. G.  President: R- B. Angus, ESQ.  Vice-President and General Manager: Sir E. S. CkousTON, Bart.  Branches inLondon^g^o^fflSSS!} New York, Chicago  Buy aud Sell Sterling Exchange, and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest Allou-oil nt  Current Enteu.  Greenwood Branch   - C. B. Winter, Mgr.  ^rSBTfr^ TEMPERANCE  is all right if shorn of hutnbuggery.  Too much water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else.  OUR'PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all .necessity,  for drugs.  L* Grecmvood Liquor Company, Importers, Greenwood, B. ������. ������  ���������������������������08������������a8������������������������������������������������ae9������s������������������������oc������������o������������������������8������i������^������9������������������������������������������������������������S  cellaneous chapters, lists and describes 8,130 copper mines and  copper mining companies, in all  parts of the world, this being the  largest number of titles ever listed  by any work on mining. The description range from two or three  lines, in the case of dead companies,  wherein reference is made to de-  tailedjdescriptions in past volumes  at thej-eriod of their activity, up  to twenty-one pages'in the case of  the Anaconda mine, which yields,  one-eighth of all the copper in the  world.  The miscellaneous  chapters  of  the book, twenty-four in number,  treat the subject of copper from all  possible view points,  there being  chapters on the history, chemistry,  mineralogy,    metallurgy,   brands  and grades, alloys and substitutes  for copper, with a copious glossary,  and a chapter of statistics ending  the book   that   contains  40   odd  tables, thoroughly covering copper  production,    consumption,   movement, .prices, dividends, etc.    The  Copper Handbook is sold on the  unique plan   adopted nine- .years  ago, the publisher sending the book  by mail,  prepaid,  to any address  ordered, without advance payment  of any sort, and subject to return  after  a  week's  inspection.   The  price is 85 in a strong green buckram binding with   silk headband  and gilt top, or S7.50 in full library Morocco.   Anyone interested  in copper, as a producer, consumer  or investor in  shares,   would do  well to write the . author and publisher,   Mr.   Horace   J.   Stevens,  Houghton,  Michigan,  ordering   a  copy of the new Copper Handbook  sent prepaid, subject to approval.  LAND ACT  Slmilkaim-cti Land District, District of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that George Ii. Damery, of  Chatham, N.B.,occupation accountant, Intends  to apply for permission to purchase the follow-  in f,-described lands;���������  Commencing- at a post planted 20 chains  north of William Yonkln's P.R., No. 3<J5s;  tlience 80 elialns west; thence 20 chains south;  thence 80 chains east; thence 20 chains north to  point of commencement.  GE0RGE-I-TJRNAT1Y DAMERY  WILLIAM DAMERY, Agent  October 2nd, 1911.  " Unequalled for Domestic  nelson, B. ������  W. V. U-JSLiS.SPrbpriotor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  LIQUOR ACT,  Sec. 42  1910  LIQUOR ACT,  Sec. 49  1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the 1st day  pf December next, application will be mado to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for tbe  transfer of the licence for the sale of liquor by  retail in and upon the premises known as the  Northern Hotel, situated at Eholt, British Columbia, from John Sullivan, to Norman Luse of  British Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October, 1911.  JOHN SULLIVAN, Holder of Licence.  NORMAN LUSE, Applicant for Transfer.  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  Sec, 42  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first  day or December next, application will be made  to '.he Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel license to sell liquor by le-  tail in the hotel known as the Riverside Hotel,  situate at Rock Creek, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October, 1911.  S. T. LARSEN,  Applicant.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the first day  of December next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  retail iu the Rock Creek hotel, situate at Rock  Creek iu tlie province of British Columbia.  Dated this lnth day of October, i911  H. S. PITTENDRIGn  Applicant  LIQUOK   ACT,    1910.  Sec.ia.  NOTICE is hereby Riven that, on tlie iirst  day of December next, application will lie made  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  the pram ol a licence for tha sale of liquor by  wholesale in and upon the nremi'es known as  the Silver Spring Brewery, situate at Anaconda,  British Columbia, upon the lands described as  lots fi and 7 in block 15. sub division plan No. 21  Dated this 13th tiny of October, 11)11.  OSCAR IIARTMANN,  Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT,  Sec. 35.  1910  LIQUOR ACT.  Sec. 42  1910  NOTICE iu hereby -riven that, on the first  day of December next, application will be made  to the Saperijtendent of Provincial Police, for  the grant of a licence for the sale of liquor by  retail. hi and upon the premises known as the  Windsor Hotel, situate at Denoro, B. C, upon  lauds described as Dcuoro townsitj.  Dated th s l'tli day of October, 1911.  WILLIAM PHILLIPS,  Applicant.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  WATER   NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby -riven that, oi the iirst  daj- of December next, application will be made  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel license to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Spokane Hotel,  situate at Midway, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October, 1911.  L. E, SALTER,  Applicant.  LIQUOR   AOT,   1910.  Sec. 42.  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first day  of Decemlicr next, application will be made to  tho Superintendent of Provincial Polico for renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail  in the hotel known as the Union Hotel, situate  nt Eholt. in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 6th day of October. 1911.  ��������� JOHN McKELLAR.  Applicant,  We, the Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lauds  Co., Ltd., with registered offices a* Vancouver.  3. C, (rive notice that on the iOth day of'Novem-  ber, 1911, we intend to apply to the "Water Commissioner at his office iu Fairview, B. C, for a  license to take and use twenty-five cubic feet of  water per second from Conkle creek. The  water to be taken from tho stream at the month  of Sullivan creek, and to be used on Lots 3650,  3338, 164s, 231 and sub lots 23 and 22 for irrigation purposes. The location of reservoir  site is to be at Fish lake.  Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lauds Co,, Ltd.  H. W. Farmer, agent.  WATER   NOTICE  LIQUOK   AOT,   1910.  Sec. 42.  S<^e������tMoe������8e������������������o������������������09������4NK)Moe9������������ofi90������o������������������������09������������������oe<  The Proper Time  , A well known Scottish architect  was travelling in Palestine recently,  when news reached him of an addition to his family circle. The  happy father immediatelyiprovided  himself with some water from the  Jordan to carry home for the  christening of tho infant, and returned to Scotland. On the Sim-  day appointed for the ceremony he  duly presented himself at the  church and sought out the beadle  in order to hand over the precious  water to his care. Ho pulled the  flask from his pocket, but the  beadle held up a warning hand and  came near to whisper: "No the  noo; no the noo! Maybe after the  kirk's oot."  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the first day  of December next, application will he made tithe Superintendent or Provincial Police for renewal of tlio hotel licence to sell liquor by retail In the hotel known as the Algoma Hotel,  situate at Deadwood, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this lith dny October, 1011.  JAMES HENDERSON.  Applicant.  LIQUOK   ACT,   1910.  Sec. 42.  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the iirst day  of December next, application will be made to  tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal nf tho hotel licence to pell liquor bv re-  tnil hi the hotel known as Croweil's Hoteli situate at Midway, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 6th day of October, 1911.  SAMUEL A. CROWELL.  Applicant.  I, Jean F. Ferrous of Carmi, Province of  British Columbia, Farmer, give notice that on  the 8th day of November, 1911,1 intend to apply  to the Water Commissioner, at Fairview. B. C,  for a licence to take and use four cubic feet of  water per second from the West Fork of the Kettle River iu Similkameen Division of Yale District. The wa'cr is to be taken from the West  Fork of Kettle River about one-third ol a mile  above the Carmi bridge and is to be used upon  part (25 acres) of Lot 2360 and part of the surface  of the"Hartford" and ' Tamarack Frac" mineral claims Lots 1253s and part of subLotScou-  tainins in the aggregate about four hundred  acres, for irrigation purposes.  J, F. FERROUX  Witness  C. J. Leggatt, Barrister of Law, Greenwood,  B.C.  With a view to the better preservation  of the Public Highways the attention of  the public is herewith ��������� directed to the  provisions of THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT AMENDMENT ACT which enacts as follows:���������  "It shall be unlawful for any person to  cause to be drawn or driven on any of  tbe public highways of that portion of  the Province of British Columbia situate  east of the Cascade range of Mountains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess of that mentioned in  Schedule 'A' hereunto annexed.  SCHFDULE A.  Wagons aud 4 wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a load in excess of the following:���������  On tires under 3 inches  .2,000 lbs.  On tires 3 inches in width and under 4  inches 3,000 lbs.  On tires 4 inches in width and under 5  inches 6,000 lbs.  On tires 5 inches in width and over   6,000 lbs. and over.  AND NOTICE is hereby given that  the Act in every respect must be strictly  complied with.  Ally person guilty of an offence against  this Act shall upon summary conviction  thereof before a Justice of the Peace be  liable to a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars.  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTEL.    ���������  Opposite Postoffice, NELSON,-} B. C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in  the city.   Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  Insurance Agent  ���������TUtt-,  -L1I-.K AND ACCIDENT  Fidelity Bonds, Plate  Commissioner    for  Affidavits  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Glass,  Taking  Do not draw logs or timber over highway. Vehicles meeting ought to turn to  the left. A vehicle overtaken ought to  turn to the left. A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to the right.  . W. G. McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, April 6th, ��������� 1911.  NOTICE  LIQUOK   ACT,   1910.  Sec. .12.  NOTICE ia hereby Riven that, on the Iirst day  of December next, application will be made to  tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of tlie hotel licence to sell liquor by retail In the hotel known as the Midway Hotel  situate at Midway, in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this fith dny of October, 11)11.  BERTHA C. THOMET.  Applicant  LIQUOK    AOT,  Sec. ia.  1010.  Be as faithful to the last as a  cobbler.  Even the bachelor minister ia a  marrying man,  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  ANALYSIS OF WA  TER.  8.-4  Chlorine .......*   Sulphuric Acid   303.43  Silica ....:.....   74.29  Lime   84-57  Alkalies as Soda    5.91  Magnesia   232.00  Lithia   .86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen  32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and nietnlic  poisons from the system. The,  ���������water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or $12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  William Boyd, Proprietor,  t  t  Galcyon, B. ft  /���������   Q  ������������8������a9OO������M8������e8co������������9������eo������aeo<MO0������������eMe������������M������eo������������att������������8aeicS  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  NOTICE Is horcby given that, on tho first day  of Peccmbcr next, application will bo made to  tho Sniiorintcmlont of Provlnoiul Police for  renewal of the hotel liconce to -tell liquor by retail In the hotel known as llio Vendomo Hotel,  situate at Anaconda, in the Province of Ilrltisli  Columbia.  Datod this Gth day of October, mil.  FRANK BELL.  Applicant  LIQUOK   AOT,   1010.  Sec 4-J.  NOTICE is hereby glvon that, on the Iirst day  of Docembor next, application will bo made to  the Suporlntciicoiit of Provincial Police for  roiiowiu of tho hotel lieonco to sell liquor by re-  tall in the hotol known as tlio Northern Hotel,  situate at Eholt, In the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this Oth day of October, 1011.  NORMAN LUSE,  - Applicant,  ^miitmmtttmmiiiniiiimmmmifflmmmmiimmmmK  I Greenwood to Phoenix Stage I  Ji'l  ' ... ~*m~-   . -,_-^  s~ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. ~s  s~ Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. 2  C= GREENWOOD OFFICE  L. L. MATTHEWS' CIGAR STORE =3  gH.   M.   LAIEG,   PROPRIETORl  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiyiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiii  To  Philip D. Stanhope, of Similkameen Division  of Yale Oinrict, Rancher.  TAKE NOTICE that the Kettle Valley  Railway Company requires from you for the  purposes of its railway all your estate a'id interest in the laud hereinafter described and  will take, under the provisions of the Railway  Act.  All and Siupular that certain parcel or tract  of land situate, lj-inj- and beiiifr in  Lot 25T6  formerly Osoyoos now Similkameen Division  of Yale  Districi,  in the Province of British  Columbia, and situate, lyin-f and beiiif- within  a distance of fifty (SO) fcetou both sides of the  Centre line of the Kettle Valley Railway from  Station 1S47-S6 to Station 1900-47.5 according to  a map or plan of tbe Kettle Valley Railway as  located, said  map or plan bein-r sanctioned by  the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, a copy   of which  is deposited with the  Registrar of Deeds at Kamloops, B.  C. said  centre line said Railway tbroiiirh said lot 2376  may be more particularly described as follows:  Commencing at a point bein-r the point of intersection of the Southern boundary of Lot 2576  with the centre line of the said Kettle Valley  Railway said point bein-r at a distance of 1232  feet more or less from the Southwest corner of  said Lot 2576 measured Easterly  alon-r  said  Southern boundary from said Southwest corner  said Lot 2576. and said point of Intersection being also Station 1847-56 on 2* curve to rleht ex-  tending from Station, B. C. 1836-45 to Station E.  C. 1853-93 Ceutro line of said Railway.   Thence  on a 2-curve torlirht (whose chord bears N. 9'  33' W. astnri  a distance of six   hundred  and  thirty-nine (639) feet to Station  E. C. 1853-95,  tlience on tangent bearing N. 3* V W. astro a  distance of forty-six hundred aud fifty-two and  five tenths feet, more orless to Intersection with  the Northorn Boundary said Lot, said point of  intersection being Station 1900 47.5 on tangent  extending from Station E. C. 1853-95 to Station  B. C. 1937-95.9, aud situate Westerly measured  along said Northern boundary said Lot a distance of 1851 feet more or less from the Northeast corner of Lot 2576.  The parcel or tract of land hereinabove described from above described centre line of said  Railway shall b: taken to include all the  wedges or triangles lying within Lot "576 m-de  by reason of the Southern boundary Lot 2576  not being radial to, and the Northern boundary  Lot 2576 not being atjrli,lit angles to the centre  line said Railway at said respective points of  intersection, Tlie said wedges or triangles so  formed shall bo Included by producing, parallel  to said Centre line the Boundaries of said parcel which are parcllel to said Centre line, to intersection with the said Southern and North  boundaries of said Lot as shown on attached  plan. Said described parcel or tract of land  containing 12.15 acres, more or less as shewn  colored red on attached plan.  AND TAKE NOTICE that the power tn  tended to be exercised by the said Railway  Company with'egard to the laud above described is the taking of the said laud iu fee  simple for the purposes of constructing the  said Railway aud works thereon aud operating  tho same.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the  said the Kettle Valley Railway Company are  ready and willing and hereby oner lo pay the  sum of Seven hundred Dollarsascompensatloii  for the land above described and for any damages caused by the exercise of thoir potvers  thereon.  FRED BILLINGS,  Solicitor for the Kettle Valley Railway Company.  Dated at Vernon, II. C, tills 7th day of Sc|>-  tcmber, 1911, '  LAND REGISTRY ACT  IN THE MATTER of an Application for  duplicate certificate of Title No. 10405a to parts  of Lots 2. 3,4., Block 10, Map 21, Greenwood.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my intent  ion at the expiration of one month from tbe  date of the first publication hereof to Usue  duplicate certificate of Title to said lands to  Graciette Cujaube, unless in the meantime I  receive valid objections in writing.  W.H.EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C.  September 7th, 1011.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an Application for  duplicate Certificate of Title No. 1589'ia to Lot  352, Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my Intention at the expiration of one month from  date of the first publication hereof to issue  Duplicate Certificate of Titlo to Henry Nicholson, James Hnddicaii and Harrington Price  unless in the meantime I shall receive valid  objections thereto in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C.  September 19th, 1911.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  phoenix:,   b. c.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City.    Everything neat, clean  and comfortable.     Steam heat and  electric light.   Meals and drinks at  all hours.  R.  V.  CHISHOLM, Proprietor.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  THE RUSSELL HOTEL  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial institutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  with all modern beverages and -  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  BULL CREEK HOTEL  One oi the oldest stopping places on the West  Fork. Good accommodation and plenty to cat.  Pish and game dinners  in season. Rooms reserved by telegraph.  GORMAN WEST  Prop.  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  Province of British Colom-ua  NOTICE is hereby given that all Public Highways In unorganized Districts, and all Main  Trunk Roads iu organized Districts arc sixty,  six feet wide, and have a width of thirty-three  feet on each side of the mean straight centre  line of the travelled road.     ���������  THOMAS TAYLOR,  Minister of Public Works,  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. 0., July 7th, 1911.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING of the Connly Court of Yalo will  be holden at the Court Honso, Grconwood,  on Tuesday tho 19th dny of December, 11)11, nt  oloven o'clock in tho forenoon,  lly order,  \V. G. MaMYNN,  HeKtatrn.r O. C. of Y.  ALEXANDRA HOTEL  OKANOGAN FALLS  This hotel is situated in one  of the most delightful sections of the Okanogan and  provides ample and pleasant  accommodation for the tourist,   sportsman and farmer.   -  Information  about the dis- ,  trict   cheerfully .furnished.  Stage line to Oroville, and  steamer on the lake.  ARN0TT& HINE      -      Proprietors  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  .   GREENWOOD, B. C.  The  Really Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and ���������  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  ROY & BOYER  PROPS -v- -n^rv.-  f rr*i^,*^"*i������^rt'-rtr^^^irft^/'r������^r^-rt *riU^..-������^i5ffirS*fAifc^  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SALE OF CROWN-GRANTED MINERAL CLAIMS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  I riP)REBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 6th day of November, A. J). 1911, at the hour of two o'clock  in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Rossland, I shall ofter for sale, at public auction, the Crown-  Grantcd 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, 1911, and for costs and expenses, including-the cost of advertising  said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  L,IST ABOVE MENTIONED--GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWNER  NAME OF CIvAIM  Kerby, Forbes M   Enterprise & Anchor Mines L,ld.\  Rosenhaupt, Sidney   Rosenhaupt, Sidney   Edmund T. Wickwire  Humphrey, J. M. & Desrosiers, J. B.,Catil- 1  field, J. J., Parker, F. IL, Lcycaux, J. [  R,  iS- Livcnuore, C. J  Paton, J. N. & Kerby, V. U & Thomas, A  Wood, Robert     Grcden, John N.   Haas, J. C, & Johnson, S. M %   Hallett, I. II   Stuart, A , Kerby. F. M., McMynn, W. G. [  & Lye, Henry   1  Kerby, Forbes M   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Wickwire, II. P   Wood, Robert    Skylark Development Co., Ltd   Diamond, William & Spankie, Dr. J. E   Johnson, S. M., Haas, J. C. & McCarren, L  Enterprise and Anchor Mines, Ltd   Greenwood Eureka Mining- Co , Ltd , N.P L.  Fremont Mininir Co., Ltd     Golconda -Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L .....  Haas, J. C. it Johnson, S. M   Haas, J. C, Thomas, A. R., Paton, J. N., )  as Admistrators of the Estate of W. B. ,���������-  Paton & Kerby, F, M  )  Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L   Spokane Boundary Mining- Co   Groves, Francis IV"   Wickwire, Edmnnd T   Paton, J. N , Kerby. F. M. & Thomas, A. R.  Estate W. B. Paton,Kerby,F.M .Thomas, /  A. R  I  Kerby, Forbes M   Shallenberger, H. H. & Parsons, I. M   Rosenhaupt, Sidney    Wickwire. H. P   Cosgrifl', C. & Mclntyre, M   Wickwire, H. P   Mclntvre, Murdoch      Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   Wickwire, E. T. & Erwiu, Jas. T   Gredeti, J. N., Johnson, S. M., Naden, G. )  R. & B. A. Development Co., Ltd f  Haas, J. C. & Johnson, S. M   Hciierman,  S.,  Gutley,  F.   M.  &   Frank, {  Joseph Adam    i  Skylark Development Co., Ltd   Wickwire, Edmund T '.   Crane. George T   Deadwood Gold-Copper Mining Co   Groves, Francis "W   Collins, C. N. & Nelson, J. W   Phoenix Water Supply Company, Ltd   Golconda Mines, Ltd,, N.P.L '   Golconda Mines, Ltd , N.P.L :   Ajax    Anchor.,  Arcadia..  Astoria ..  Barbara  Barrow  Big Monte    Bonnie Belle    Boston   Bruce    Bull Dog    Bullion   Buna Vista Fraction  Cleveland   Clipper Fraction,    Dark Horse   Denver ,   Diamond Fraction   ...  Emerald     Enterprise    Eureka Fraction    Fremont    Golconda Fraction ...  Gold Bed    Jubilee   1,0'f NO.  Keestowe.  Laocoou      Last Chance     Maple Leaf Fraction  Mavis      Monte Bravo    Monte Reco    Montrose Fraction  Moreen Fraction ..,  Morning Star   Mountain View   Mullen    Nightingale      No. 4   North End    Optic   Owi .....  Pride of Perth Fraction.  Silent Friends     Skylark   Springdale    St. Genevieve   St. Lawrence   Surprise No. 3      Texas      Timer Fraction   Wild Rose Fraction  York Fraction      2367  1021  3135  3134  .317  1290  1239  880  2854  913  3258  S65  1553  2150  .1102  597  764  22S9  1263  1022  453s  1217  2149  1388  919  1240  2147 '  753  2040  2S77  1241  1242  2654  1709  2570  1100  1850  1101  1843  1291  966  2395  1253  1433  763  2787  1397  1253  1776  2067  1705  13S7  2148  -TAXKS  ������13 00  13 00  5 50  12 75  7 25  8 00  10 75  J3 00  33 00  13 00  8 00  10 50  5 75  10 00  2 50  9 00  5 00  4 25  8 25  3 25  7 00  11 75  11 50  10 50  9 25  7 75  13 00  11 75  8 75  9 75  12 50  8 75  12 00  12 25  12 75  7 50  13 00  8 00  13 00  9 50  S 50  9 50  4 75  13 00  8 00  11 50  13 00  8 75  8 00  13 00  2 SO  4 00  11 25  COSTS  S2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 Oo  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  .2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  00  00  00  CO  00  00  00  00  00  2 00-  2 00  2 00  2 00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  Total  sis oo  15 00  7 50  14 75  9 25  10 00  12 75  15 00  15 00  15 00  10 00  12 50  7 75  12 00  4 50  JI 00  7 00  (. 25  10 25  5 25  9 00  13 75  13 SO  12 50  11 25'  9 75  15 00  13 75  10 75  11 75  14 50  10 75  14 00  14 25  14 75  9 SO  15 00  10 00  15 00  11 50  10 SO  11 50  6 75  IS 00  10 00  13 SO" ���������  IS 00  10 75  10 00  IS 00  4 50  6 00  13 25  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICT  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing to the retention of the following names on the register of voters for the Greenwood  Electoral District ou the'grouuds stated below.  AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to be held on the 6th  day of November, 1911,'at the Court House, at Greenwood, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, I shall here and determine the said objections, if any, and unless such  named persons, or some other provincial voter on their behalf, satisfies hie  that such objections are not well founded, I shall strike such names off said  register.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 9th day of October, 1911.  JAMES BIRNIE, Registrar of Voters.  The following persons are reported absent from the district.  NO.  NAME  Dated at Rossland, U. C.  this 3rd day of October, 1911.  J. E. HOOSON,  Acting Collector,-Rossland Assessment District.  1    BOUNDARY MINES    1  In the Franklin camp the B. C.  Copper Co. has suspended operations on the Riverside group until  machinery can be installed.  At the Greyhound, in the Dead-  wood camp, N. J. Mitchell is  using the diamond drill for the  B. C. Copper Co.  Last week the Greenwood  smelter treated 11,386-tons of ore.  Last week the Mother Lode  mine shipped fa, 135 tons of ore.  In Spokane last week Granby  stock was quoted at $30.  The Granby Co has taken a  $50,000 bond on the Copper  Queen, ^at Chewelah, Wash.  The Granby has 200 men working at Hidden Creek, and will  build a reduction works near the  mine.  Wheat and oats are $1.50 a  hundred pounds at Brown's  Ferry, Wash.  I   B. C. MINING NEWS   I  In the Slocan a 2,000 foot tunnel  is being driven on the Payne.  This mine was located over 20  years ago, and has already produced lead and silver ore worth  millions.  In the Slocan the Lily B has installed a hoist and No. 7 Cameron  pump.  Considerable marble is being  shipped from the Kaslo and Lardo  quarries.  The zinc ore so far produced in  British Columbia has been blende.  No calamine has been shipped, and  the existence of any important  supply of that class of ore has not  been reported. The blend has  been shipped partly as hand-sorted  lump ore, and partly as mill concentrate. The former has been of  the higher grade in zinc. The  grade of.the mill concentrate is reduced by the intermixture of sid-  RfBade from grape Cream of Tar"  tar; aifsoiuteiy free from alum*  For   sixty years   American   housewives have found Dr. Price's Cream  Baking Powder a guarantee of light)  pure and wholesome food.  erite (spathic iron ore) and pyrites  (pyrite and pyrrhotito, which occur  commonly with th.-- blende of the  Slocan and cannot he f-atisfactorily  separated by ordinary mechanical  concentration.  Koski and Major Vnnmoerkike  have a lease on the London Hill in  the Slocan, near Bear lake.  Ore was shipped over the K. &  S. to Kaslo last week from the  Flint and Utica mines.  In the Slocan the Panama will  work all winter, and store its output until spring.  Last week 30 more miners were  put to work at the Deep and Whitewater mines in the Slocan. Work  on a large scale will be carried on  all winter at these mines.  In 20 years the coal production  in Japan has increased from SS0,-  000 tons yearly to lo./J-lO.OOO. In  this_ respect the Japs are going  faster than B. C.  The profits of the Trail Smelter  Co., for the year ending June 30  were $202,278.24. During the  year the smelter treated 38S.785  tons of ore.  A large body of hematite iron  has been found on Whitewater  river in the Lillooet district.  Coal has been found at Battle  Bluff, not many miles from Kam  loops.  5  14  38  47  f>2  118  150  157  174  178  192  245  266  275  284  295  309  324  355  367  369  381  393  418  451  483  497  510  573  575  532  544  557  572  618  621  626  676  567  9  209  224  233  251  261  415  57  162  241  254  296  639  195  384  Alting, Henry George'    Bailey, Edgar   Black, John '..  Boomer, Linwood   Braithwaitc, Athol E   Cunningham, George   Elstnore, Harold     Ewing, Alexander Robert Ilruce   ..  Eraser, Wellcsley   Fuller, John  ......   Granberg, Fritz'      Hook, Arthur Harry      Jewell, William   Johnson, Iver .'   Julsrud, John Olson      King, John James      Laws, Charles William    Lilja, Alexander      Manchester, David    Maynard, George   Mcdill,.Harry C :   Morey, Percy   McAllister, John Edgar   McGillis, Duncan A   McLeod, Roderick      Olson, Lars E   Perry, Robert   Praeger, Edward Wolfe   Proctor, William Frederick   Rainbow, Henry T. .:   Rochon, Joseph John   Sanders, Robert J   Shrapnel, John Henry      Spicer, Philip Oakley   Walkinshaw, Henry Albert G   Ward, George   Watson, Walter G   Staley, Thomas   Smith, Francis Wallis      Anderson, Swan      Hanibly, Richard Henry   ,  Hartnett, Jack    Heppenstall, William   Hutikko, Joseph       Jeffrey, Fred   McDonald, Murdo      Bretzin, Henry    Firkins, Walter H. C   Hoar, Fred    Inglis, George Ross   King, John Leonard     Wickwire, Edmund T   Green, George',  PLACE  Morris, Rupert Lewis  Midway  Greenwood  Eholt   .  Greenwood  Eholt -    '  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Boundary Falls  Mother Lode Mine  Anaconda  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Mother Lode Mine  Midway  Mother Lode Mine  Greenwood  Eholt  Anaconda  Jewel Mine  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Green wood  Greenwood  Eholt  Greenwood  Greenwood .  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Denoro  Greenwood  Greenwood  Jewel Mine  Greenwood -  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Mother Lode Mine  Greenwood  Myncaster  Greenwood   .  Greenwood  Greenwood  Green wood  Midway  has at present under construction  nearly six.hundred miles of new  branch lines. Hundreds of gangs  of laborers and track layers are at  work in various . parts of the  country and surveyors are at work  mapping out other,, hiies in all  parts of the province. As fast as  these lines are completed and inspected regular services are being  inaugurated, so that when the  yearly rush of new settlers to the  west starts next spring, there will  be plenty of new territory opened  ������P-       -  Beaver Trapping Season  After six years', close season,  during which their numbers have  multiplied enormously, beaver will  be legitimate game for the trapper  in British Columbia on November  1st. When the close season was  inaugurated in 1905, the beaver  colonies in the southern part of the  province were almost depleted.  Now these industrious animals are  said to be almost as numerous  between the 47th and 49th parallels  of latitude as further north. The  fact of the beaver being again legitimate game should mean a depreciation in the price of beaver furs,  which have reached a price well  beyond the average British Colum  bian's pocket.  TIRED RUiWN PEOPLE  A North! Carolina Man Suggests  a Remedy  Greensboro, N. C���������"For a long  time I waa so run down, and debilitated that I could hardly drag around.  My appetite waa poor and I could not  sleep nights. I had tried different so-  called tonics without benefit I was  advised to try your cod liver and  Iron tonic. Vlnol, and I am so glad I  did, for it gave me a hearty appetite,  I soon commenced to sleep Boundly,  and I feel strong; well and more active than I have for years. Every rundown or debilitated person should  Just give Vlnol a trial." K. Allsbrook.  What Vinol did for Mr. Allsbrook  it will do for every weak, run-down or  debilitated person In this vicinity. To  show our faith we will furnish the  medicine free if it does not do as wo  claim. Come in and get a bottlo on  these .terms.  John L. White, Druggist, Greenwood.B.C.  FAMOUS HOTEL CLOSED  After an uninterrupted existence as a hostelry for over a  century and a half, Long's Hotel  on New Bond street has closed its  doors. In name at least it was one  of the oldest hotels in London. It  was at Long's that Byron and Sir  Walter Scott met for the last time  in 1815. "He ~dined or lunched  with me," wrote Scott, "at Long's  Hotel in Bond street. I never saw  him so full of gaiety and good  humor, to which the presence of  Mr. Matthews, the comedian,  added not a little. Poor Terry was  also present." The hotel is frequently mentioned in the literary  memoirs of the day.  Rich Gold Find  Settlers coming into Canada  next year will havo at their service  many miles of new railway lines  for transportation into new sections of the prairie provinces. In  Saskatchewan alone the C. P. E.  What is declared to be the richest gold find since the days of scattered pockets, in California, was  made by two men who have just  returned to St. John's. Newfoundland, in tho smalL-steamer Kite,  from a voyage to Northern Labrador and Baflin's Land.  The men, Richard White, of St.  John's, and R. E. Elmsley, of  Ottawa, chartered the steamer  three months ago, ostensibly for a  trading voyage. They returned  with five tone of mineral which  they declared at the customs house.  The mineral was enumerated as  gold quartz, placer gold, iron, mica  plumbago, porphyry, dolomite,  rhyolite, labradorite and chist.  One member of the steamer's crew  exhibited a three-ounce nugget of  almost virgin gold.  The men refuse to discuss their  discoveries.  A Lucky Advertisement  A Chicago paper offered three  dollars for the most original advertisement for a Sunday issue.  Among those received was the  following:  "Wanted.���������Young man in jail  wants to get out; suggestions  solicited that might result in immediate release; wants poet's address who wrote: 'Stone walls do  not a prison make, nor iron bars a  cage.'���������.Address County Jail."  This so tickled the public that  readers of the paper became interested in the man, and as a result  of an agitation his pardon was  granted by the governor of the  state.  Bullets of solid gold were used  by Yaqui Indians in fighting  against Porforio Diaz in the recent  Mexican revolution, according to  passengers arivingin San Francisco  on the steamer Curao from Mexican ports. In Mazatlan hospitals,  where many wounded were operated upon, discovery of golden  bullets, it was said, was an ordinary    occurrence,    although    few  of  Frawley9s  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  )&8'9eeQe8ea6$8ao0CMM8M'8e< >  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  ' Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m.  ,   , Aroiiie Gillis.  /^=  WC     U/T   Greenwood Miners  .  1^   1V1. Union- No. 22, W.  ���������  A ���������   ������*��������� F. M., meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mine  Friday evenings at 7.  BURT de WIELE, Secty  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  ^  DELIVERED  To ady part of the city or district  OFFICE at FRED B. HOLMES'  J.McDONELL, Proprietor  ���������. MANUFACTURING JEWELER,  Department to the Interior. N ELS0N9 B.G.  .$  P. BURNS ������.-60-5  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish,  A and Poultry.   Shops in nearly all the  j towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  a COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD 4  FAMOUS PEOPLE,  BY FANNIE M.LOTHROP    t^jl  patients had received enough  them to pay the doctor's bill.-  Wheat  hundred  Ferry, Wash,  and oats are  $1.50  a  pounds   at   Brown's,  The announcement is made that  the Canadian Pacific Eailway .will  immediately start the erection of a  large new station at London, Ont.  The new buiiding will cost about  $100,000, and it will be the most  modern construction in every respect. The main building will be  05 feet long and a storej' and a  half high, and in addition there  will be additions [at either end and  giving the build! ng a total length of  121 feet,  Otto8ironjrOo.,N������-rYorti  EVANQELINE BOOTH  The Salvation Army's American Leader.  Tho Salvation Army, one of the most remarkable religious movements in the  world, is a, great organized body going out into the highways and byways of humanity.   It seeks to bring the church to the people rather than merely to urge  the people to the church.   It has made religion a warm, inspiring re   sands; it has been practical, for it has carried the divine word to the  It has made religion a warm, inspiring reality to thou-.  .   . j f������r it has carried the divine word to tha poor, the sin  ning, the sorrowing and the suffering, and with it has ever extended the hand of  human helpfulness, love and brotherhood. Its methods need no vindication;  tha transformed lives due to its influence aro its living .monuments.  The new leader of the Army in the United States is a young woman: Eva Booth,  the daughter of the venerable General Booth, founder of the organization. Tall,  slender, energetic, alert, with a sweet, mellow, far-reaching voice, she strikingly  resembles her father, and went to America after her triumphant crusade in Canada  with tho reputation of boms- one of the best women orators in the world. Sho has a  strength, sincerity and spiritual fervor that carry her audiences with her and sweep  them on waves of religious fervor to higher spirituality.'..'. .���������'.....,  As a child, with her .sweet face and her littlo jingling tambourine, she ventured into tha slums of Darkest London and faced without a tremor, degradation  she could not understand; but which the sunshine of tho love she radiated was at  last'to penetrate and soften. For a time she was compelled to go disguised as a  ���������'lower-girl, but after suffering personal violence more than a hundred times and  'iravely Icadins- her people whero the polico rarely ventured and were alwuys needed,  jhe finally triumphed, and to-day tho name of Eva Booth is held in reverenco in  oven tho worat sections of London.  Through her personal influence obnoxious laws regarding public religious  meetings in the streets of England have been repealed, and under her leadership  the Army in England calmed the temper of street mobs and vanquished their op-  D03ition. She went to Cornwall, and talked to world..-a in tho tin mines) undaunted  sh* went into the mines under the sea, with the surf rouring overhead, to visit tlie  sick and dying; she carried her message to the weavers of the Midlands, nnd braved  hor way through all difficulties to fifjht the battle of temperance and better living.  Sho has held practically every rank in the Army, and in Canada, whero she was m  command, often traveled bravely through the provinces on snow-shoes, preaching  to men in.tho lumber camps. To-day she is the ruler of nearly 4,000 paid officers  and more than 125,000 of an organized force that ministers clay and night, unceasingly, to the temporal and spiritual needs of three million people.  U-ieiail a-cur'lij|; to Act of th. milliincnt of Canada, la tha y.^.lMA hjf VT. 0. Mack, at Ih. D--uita.nl o" ifricultug  A  ii  1

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