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 , .   ,, -. -.-..���������,/ *,,v >*i.m7 ~,.? \  "-���������* .VT*"f ft.\ > ,7,"   *"i.'i; - u -f -Ja-"'^'"^ "r -'t'"^f'^v5-^*-"*{^'i"������v'i"''''-^-ir*^^^v /^*tt\^i'K*r*nj  .! '     ' ''���������,,,.-,.,���������,  ;n-  I,  .. ^----^-^^--^s^fl,  THE  OLDEST  MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA  Vol.   XIX.  GREENWOOD, B. C��������� THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,   1912  No. 10  awnmmfnmmmfnmnimmmmmmmmmmmfnmtiife!  I'Fali- Clothing 1*  ���������t     ������~  mmtmtwtmamsBBttwx,  B CAPS, MITTS, OVERCOATS, SWEATERS. 5f  g AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR OF EVERY ��������� 3  ^      X DESCRIPTION ' ���������   X'     3  I P. W. GEORGE & C0. 1  ������=   COPPER STREET        >        GREENWOOD, B, C.   2  Fine Lane  of Glass and Delf Ware,  plain and decorated, just  received,    X     X  i  Around Home  Bargains in Fruit Jars and Cro'cksi  See our line of Kitchen and Table  ' Wares;  SCHOOL  BOOKS  Phone 16  . WHITE  Greenwood, B. C.  AND  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  William C. Arthurs  THE   BREAD &  CAKE  BAKER  Vienna Bakery. Greenwood  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY  has seldom been gathered in such  an extensive display as the one we  are now showing. We know you  will become interested. Not only in  THJE ODD DESIGNS.     : -.  but with the prices that we have  placed upon the articles.  If you want to see the prettiest  Chains, Lockets, Brooches,- Pins  and Stone Set Jewelry ever shown  in this town, come now.  f  You will find a Welcome  at the Club Cigar Store and Pool Room  CIGARS, TOBACCOS,  AND  SMOKERS'  SUPPLIES  FRUIT AND  CONFECTIONERY  I".Coast, Calgary and  Local Papers, and Magazines  always on the tables.  Agent for Phoenix Laundry, Office of Phoenix & Midway Stages  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.      ���������     B. C  V,  WALTER G. KENNEDY  PROPRIETOR  oty  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD    .. JOHN AIRD  General Manager. Assistant General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  _: Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian  |g$.Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the  ~ ^ same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the  Bank's business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        s,4  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE,     -    Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  BanM of Montreal  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest; $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED ''PROFITS,'  SI, 855,185.30  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royai-,, G. C. M. G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President: Sir E. S. Cwuston, Bart.  General Manager: H. V. Mrrbdith, Esq.  Branches in London, En������, {^'K cSnlllll!} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ,,,to������1^,AIIOT.Bt  Greenwood Branch  - C. B. Winter, Mgr.  Stuart Palmer ��������� was in town  this week,  J. A. Tuzo was' inthe city on  Tuesday. -.,_'���������'  1 Frank,Buckless was in Spokane  this week, '"*   '*'"���������  Apples will De shipped trom  Grand Forks to Australia.  The Oroville brass band will  play at the Greenwood Fair.  Born.���������On September 11, to  Mr. and Mrs. W; Jupp, a son.  Born.���������In Eholt on September  3, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petersen,  a son.  Bokn.���������On September 15, .to  Mr, and Mrs. J, Nankervls, a  daughter.  Born.���������At Eholt on September  15, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Gowans,  a daughter, .   ,  You can buy a 22 High Power  Savage rifle for $25.00, Brown's  Ferry, Wash.  Tom Hanson has a new automobile that will run about" 100  miles an hour,  Robert Wilson had a birthday  last Saturday, and Sidney Johnson one on Monday.  George Moore of Eholt recently  captured two young deer, each of  them about 10 days old.  Harvest thanksgiving services  will be held in St. Jude's church  on Sunday, September 29.  Mrs. C. /E.' Shaw and family  returned on Tuesday from their  three months camping trip.  Red, White aud Blue Flour  $1.50 a sack, ������6 a barrel, Brown's  Ferry, Wash,  \ For the Greenwood Fair the  C.P.R. has greatly reduced its  fare from all"; points west of  Kootenay Landing.  * Several lots' have'been secured,  and pens and corrals are being  built to hold the 'live stock at  Greenwood Annual Fair.  -The drawing for the table cover  worked by Mrs. Terhune will take  place at Logan's jewelry store, on  Wednesday next at 4 p. m.  Isaac Crawford, the merchant  prince of Carmi, graced the red  metal metropolis with his presence for three days last week.  R. C. Campbell-Johnston of  Vancouver has purchased the coal  claims of W. Holmes on Granite  Creek says the Coalmont Courier.  The exhibits in the Ladies  Auxiliary Department of the  Greenwood Fair, will be judged  by Ladies from Nelson and Rossland.  Grace Redpath was taken home  from the hospital on Saturday  ,evening. She is making, good  progress   towards  complete   re-  of East Coalmont. shortly to be  placed on   the  market   for   the $  owner Mrs. Alice James.  Greenwood is ou. the eve of  having a dry goods store, that  will make it-unnecessary to send  away for bargains. You will be  able to secure -them at Hugh  Smith's, Storks old stand.  Dot down the date, September  23, and place, Stork's old stand,  and visit the greatest bargain  sale ever held in Greenwood's history. Everything must go to  make room for new goods. ���������  Billy Nelson was in town last  week. He is starting a store and  stopping place at the Summit,  about 30 miles from Carmi. He  will also operate a stage between  the Summit and Kelowna, a distance ol 24 miles.  The firm of Hugh Smith which  bought out C. F. Stork have decided to continue a first class dry  goods --business here-on the old  stand, and in order to make room  for new goods will sell out the  old stock at slaughter prices.  The Dominion government has  owned a post office sight iu Greenwood for over two years. It is  thought that some day the government will do something for last  Western Float  Baled hay is ������14 a ton in Chilliwack.  crap  cre-  week   Billy   Nelson's' old  table was taken away and  mated by Ola Lofstad.  After a long sojourn in the city  of roses Paddy the Priest is once  more in our midst. He left Greenwood last spring on a water  wagon, but returned in an automobile. He is now on the staff  at the Windsor. Paddy may buy  an hotel in Greenwood, and settle  down.  GRAND FORKS FAIR  The Grand Forks Fair will be  held on September 2G and 27, and  promises %,to be very successful.  The horse races will be one of the  great features. That city has the  finest half-mile track in the province, and the purses hung np for  the race meet next week should  bring in some fast horses.  CITY COUNCIL  Commencing Monday. September 23rd, 1912  We have decided to adopt  heroic measures to disoose  of the entire stock of Dry  Goods. Boots and Shoes, &c,  We must clear this stock  within two weeks and there  is only one way to do it:  CUT THE PRICES  So we have arranged for  the deepest cut price reduction sale you or anyone else  ever saw. Nothing will be  reserved. Do not doubt this  statement. Come and see- ���������  Exaggeration is something  never allowed in our advertisements. By keeping faith  with the public in our announcements we have built  the structure of our prestige  and business integrity.  Sale Commences Monday  September 23,  -  1912  HUGH SMITH  STORK'S  OLD  STAND  J\MMlWmlM^lnWmJM  SSBB  covery.  The C. P. R. will undertake to  return, free of charge, all exhibits  within 10 days after the Greenwood Fair, to the original shipping point.  Walter Dewdney and Robert  Wilson took in the old-timers  gathering at Grand Forks last  Monday. Both say the meeting  was a success.  Nat Darling and Al Campbell  were in town this week upon one  of their quarterly visits. They  report progress all along their  line of travel.  Service in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday. September  22th, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School  and Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev.  J, R, Munro pastor. All are welcome.  The scholars and teachers of  St. Jude's Sunday school had  their annual picnic to Midway  last Saturday. A fine day was  experienced and the outing greatly enjoyed.  The Fair building has been  strengthened with iron rods, and  the humps taken out of the floor.  Everything is now ready for the  great event just as soon as the  exhibits arrive.  The Coalmont Courier says,  that C. M. Shaw of Greenwood  is busy platting the subdivision  The council met on Monday  evening.  A letter from I. H. Hallett re  S. M. Johnson and others asking  that their account of ������79.70 against  the city of Greenwood be paid.  Eeferred to the finance committee.  Mr. G'-nelle asked the council  to make a loan of ,������2 an acre upon  4,300 acres of land situated on the  main Kettle river. The council  requested Mr. Genelle to submit  his request in writing.  The   council  -adjourned  September 30.  The mosquitoes are. all dead at  .Whitehorse.  A High School has been opened  in Mission City.  The opera house in Enderby has  a new drop curtain.  The   railroad   will reach   New  Hazelton this month.  N'o rain fell at Fort Fraser during the month of August.  A recent fire in Hazelton destroyed ������5,000 worth of beer.  Wheat was cut in the Nechaco  district on the 29 of August.  You can' buy sweet cider in  Enderby for 40 cents a gallon.,  There are 221 pupils attending  the public schools in Coleman.  Leo Ragsdale has sold his barber  shop in, Merritt to Garnet Dickie.  Passenger trains are now running I  to Tete Jaune Cache three times  a week.  Three million feet of lumber a  month are being shipped from  Enderby.  In two months 227 carloads* of  produce have been shipped from  Armstrong.  The Leader is to be the name of  a paper that James Cullins will  start at Masset.  Mr. Lemke of Vancouver has  bought an hotel in Armstrong from  E. T. Williams.  Several placer claims have been  staked at Louis creek, 30 miles  from Kamloops.  The government opened an office  at Fort Fraser this week. J. E.  Hoosen is agent.  Often in this province, Indian  girls only 10 years old can make ������3  a day picking hops.  Next year several large sawmills  will be built in the Peace River district by American firms.  Three hotels in Trail have lost  their licenses, for permitting games  of chance on their premises.-  Large quantities of peaches have  been lost this season at Keremeos  for lack of shipping facilities.  The G.T.P. will cross the Fraser  Jciver four times between Tete  Jaune Cache and Fort George.  A number of bachelors will make  an effort to capture the best bread  prize at the Bulkley Valley Fair.  J. E. Lilly died in Dawson last  month from heart disease. He was  one of/the pioneers of the Klondike.  Cv D. Rand of Vancouver is the  pressed.  Tho Star remarks that a geologist,'  who does not own any real estate  in Whitehorse stated the other day,  that in five years Whitehorse  would be the'greatest copper camp '  in the world. The Star does not  say what tbe Geologist had been  drinking.  Sudden fear and excitement will  often cure chronic (-onditions. At  Kamloops a short time ago Andrew  Forsyth a deaf mute for 14 years  suddenly regained his speach and  hearing when he saw John Ed-.  munds jump from a moving train  to his death. He stated that he  screamed, and something snapped  ih his head  On the Steamer Okanagan three  staterooms have been removed, in  order to provide the Duke of Con-  naught and suite with a bathroom,  when they sail through the Okanagan   district.    As   other  people  sometimes take a bath it might bo  wise to make the bathroom a permanent creation on the beautiful  Steamer Okanagan.  !    It was 20 years next month since  Kaslo had its first newspaper.    It  came out weekly and was $4 a year.  It was started by a lawyer named  Mark Musgrave, who brought the  plant from Rathdrum, Idaho.    The  plant afterwards was used to print  papers in New Denver, Rossland,  Sandon and Trout Lake City.    It  is now resting in the latter city.  The first paperfa in  Kaslo,  Rossland, Sandon aud Trout Lake City  were all printed  by the same old  plant.  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay. Monumental Works,  Nelson, B. C,  HALCYON NOTES  A break in the long run of disagreeable weather is infusing new  life in the bracing atmosphere of  the Halcyon Sanitarium and is  ���������showing good effect on all tho  guests. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, Manager and Manageress of the SanitarJ  ium have been enjoying a visit in  Calgary, having gone to see/-The  Stampede." Mrs. Boyd returned  last week reporting a most -deJ  lightful time.  Mr. Boyd continued on West to  the coast introducing the famous  Halcyon Mineral water. During  their absence the Sanitarium was  ably managed by Mr. E. Dnpont.  That boating,  fishing and bathing  principal   owner   of   the Surprise are not the only available sports of  group of mineral claims near Hazel- j this place is attested by the fact  that Lonzo Dupont and Lance Hill-  until  COUNTY COURT  His Honor Jubgo Brown hold  court for four days last week in  Greenwood.  Dr. Schwabland of Oroville, sued  R. J. Armstrong of Chapaca, for  ������175 for surgical attendance. The  defendant disputed the account,  aud put in a counter claim for  malpractice. After taking up  nearly three days time the case  was adjourned until further evidence can bo obtained from Spokane.  The case of Johnson vs Richards  was dismissed with costs to both  parties.  Tho caso of Cummings vs Broom-  field and Henderson was adjourned.  Tho case of Mnndy vs Sturtridge  was settled by each getting some"  thing and each paying his own  costs.  NEW CITIZENS  Tho following are now British  subjects: T. R. Williams, Frank  Ruujo, . Frank Pearson, Richard  Petterson, Charles Hill, James  Mascardin, Joe Mautin, Sam  Paulic, Wicktor Mikkeleon, Louis  Gunzini.  ton  Each year the chief of police in  Trail is provided with a plain suit  of clothes at a cost not exceeding  ������30.  Owing to the high price of lead  in London, the bounty on that  mineral is no longer paid in Canada.  This has been a good season in  the Atlin camp. One placer property cleaned up ������65,000 this summer.  There is considerable mining  activity in Aspen Grove. Platinum  is attracting more attention than  anything else.  Vancouver has the largest clock  in Canada. The minute hands are  eleven feet long, and the hour  hands eight feet.  The production of gold in Klondike this year will be worth  $5,000,000. This is an increase of  million over last year. ,���������������������������'���������  The editor of the Quesnel Observer was recently presented with  three plump grouse, by a thoughtful and admiring subscriber.  Mrs. Louis Marcotte died in the j  Princeton hospital  in child birth  last week.    Her husband is one of  the proprietors of   the  Coalmont  hotel.  Lots are being offered at from  ������200 to ������800 each in the new town-  site of Granby Bay. The Granby  Co. is building a smelter at that  point.  The canning factory at Kelowna  is putting up 1,000 cases of tomatoes daily. The output would be  greater if more help could be secured.  During August there were only  eleven cases in the police court at  Chilliwack. Some of tho cases  were for riding bicycles on the  sidewalks.  Picking hops by machinery has  been abandoned at Agassiz and  Sardis.   The hop  output is large  this year,  and Indians are principally employed to pick it.  Eight months ago two lots on  Third avenue in Prince Rupert  wero sold for ������14,500. This month  the samo lots were sold for ������33,000.  In spite of tho rain real estate in  Rnpo (loos not appear to be do-  man in about two hours one morning bagged a string of eight fine  grouse within about one mile of the  hotel.  Dr. R. G. Brett of Banff is expected to arrive in a few days, and  will have about ten acres cleared for  fruit trees. This work was begun  last year, and judging by the harvest of fruit from the trees now  bearing it will be a profitable investment. Most of the fruit has  been gathered and now shows a  splendid yield.  After much correspondence with  the Lawrence Hardware Co., of  Revelstoke in an effort to secure a  successful mouse and rat exterminator, the managers here have finally  received one from them, guaranteed  to be absolute death to mice and  rats. However it is very difficult for  us to see how a hardware store can  profit in sending out a cat with six  kittens, or under just what class of  hardware they wonld be grouped.  All kinds of live stock is always  welcome at this place so the mount;  catchers will find a good home.  Speaking of live stock reminds ud  that the 350 or more fine young  chickens that were raised in the  I "Henery" are now making a aomo-  ' what regular and welcome appearance on the bill of fare.  A suggestion was made that Joe  the bear cub be sent to Banff for  the winter, but everyone has become so attached to him that they  did not want him moved. Mr.  Dupont has constructed a first class  winter place for him, and the most  primitive natural cave in thn  mountaius offers no better shelter  and protection, so Joe stays. Peter  Fan the orphan duck and his partner the "Runt" are as inseparable  as ever and provide a source of  amusement to all guests.  Miss Tessie Bain and Miss Lor-  etta Dupont have been special  guests of tlie management but in a  grouse hunt proved a hoodoo to tho  young hunter Lonzo Dupont, who  now declares that a gun and a  good (U}g are about all that a fellm/  needs on a hunt.  f THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  \l%,{\iPf(VrtfT1mmwmr'em!*ml,e**m,mm>'"f\mi  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. 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 part's of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  L"1L������ JL a  (LJ  EDITOR  AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, SEPTEMBER 19, 19'L2.  A blue mark hero indicates that your Subscription lias  become, deceased, and that tho editor would onco-mora  liko to  commune with your collateral.  Tun last glass has ruined many  a man.  Tiik way  to hell  fast automobiles.  is  paved with  IJk  real   merry  .never bo real bad.  and   you   will  Tt is a high form of patriotism to  praise tlie locality in which you live.  was a little different than Oroville.  Tnu Sunday law is of little ad-  to the man who does not  advertise.  vantage  AnvBKTiSE, and the world is  with you. Do not advertise, and  you weep alone.  Waste is the cause of high prices  for food. We eat twice as much  food as is necessary.  Ix Vancouver the boom in real  estate has jumped to Canadian  flags, and they are going up every  day. '   Ix many parts of B. C. tho police,  aro so busy -chasing poker players,  that thej- cannot see the real estate  peddlers.  While digging a cellar in East  Princeton a man found a seam of  coal. Coal ts found in cellars all  over America, and sometimes in the  woodshed.  We were once in Paradise. It  was in Montana years ago, and the  place had a railway depot and two  saloons, all painted red.  Tiik work of tlio rubber stamp  is a blot upon art and good taste.  It is a sign of cheapness, and appeals to the artistic vision like a  bunch of old tin cans ou a hill side.  When a church issues rubber  stamped tickets for its paid socials  it i.s about time to further economize, by getting a phonograph for  a parson. In this world appearances aro valuable, and a tickot  daubed with a rubber stamp cannot win any admiration for its  handsome appearance.  In Vancouver there is a crematory at the cemetery. The fee for  reducing one dead person to about  a pint of ashes is ������75. The burning of the dead is more sanitary  and cheaper than feeding to the  worms. Cremation will do away  with cemeteries and expensive funerals. It will unable us to. keep  the ashes of our deceased relatives  on a shelf in the parlor done up in  beautiful sealed jars and labelled.  other ISO, have been driven. Three  tunnels have been driven, each  about 40 feet in length, with a  drift of about 15 feet from the  principal one. Sample.-' taken from  the tunnels in any purl, show the  oxtensiveness of the deposits-, and  it is the opinion of Engineer  Em mens and his associate.-' that if  transportation, was iifforded one of  tho most valuable deposits of zinc  in tlio country would be. unearthed.  ���������North Vancouver Express.  John J. Hay ward, who migrated  to central Alberta from Minnesota,  three and a half yoiirs ago,   is  becoming  wealth3'  as  tlio result  of  locating a bed of asphaltum on his  homestead, 38  miles  northeast  of  Edmonton.    Tie.    discovered    the  "black stuff"  last  spring, but did  not.  make  his   find   known   until  after tho  government hnil granted  a patent on the hind.    lAillowing a  thorough ������������������N'auiinatinii   by   W.   IT.  Williams, formerly an inspector ol  mines iu tlio Unilcd States, a company was organized  and incorporated under tho laws of the province  of Alberta,   with a stated  capitalization  of $1,200,000,   to develop  tho property.    The  expert says in  his report that "the land is underlaid with a considerable thickness  of highl3T  pregnaded  tar at depths  of from three to twonly foot under  the grass Jrools.    Surface  indications all point to  petroleum fields,  and it maj*- he proved   by drilling  that a valuable natural gas and oil  fields will bo found there.  GITB UP BUKBOYYDiG  Babbit is Giving; Up Digging; Earth-  Homes, and Begins Nesting  Above Ground.  German  natural  historical   periodicals are calling attention  to an interesting change in the habits of wild  rabbits,   especially   in   the   western  parts  of Germany.    The animals   ln  question are giving up their ancient  habit of  burrowing,   and  have  commenced  in great part to imitate  the  hares, which, as is well "Known, nest  only above ground.   The hares themselves    were    once    burrowers,    and  gradually   went   through    the   samo  change  in  habits   in   this   particular  that appears to characterize the rabbits at the present day ��������� at any rate  In   Germany.     In   woods   where   the  undergrowth le thick, and which are  therefore   especially   suitable   to   the  rabbiiijs,   they   find   hiding   places   in  plenty for their nests;   and  even In  open country,  unwooded ��������� and the  rabbits seems to be baking more and  more to the open ��������� thoy take refuge  in board-piies,  rubbish-heaps,  brush-  pllos,    brick-kilns,   drain-pipes,    and  ditches    that    are    overgrown    with  weeds.    T\he    female    makes    little  fortresses  for her young,   to  protect  them from the cannibalistic propensities of the male;  she lines the nest  wwrmly with fur from her own breast,  visits   them   secretly   nt   night,   and  perhaps    suckles   them   onco    more  during tho  24 hours;   but each time  that  she   leaves   thorn  she   carefully  piles    rubbish    before    tho    opening  which loadfl to hor dcfonsoloss family,  and    defiles    the   obstructions   with  ordure  Be Good Winter Traffic  No better evidence of the increased  Western traffic Is needed than tho  statement that this yoar certain ram  road setrvloos which in former winters  have always been dropped, are this  year being retained, and in soine  oases added to. A leading official  states that this year tlie Canadian  Pacific Railway intends to run lis St  Paul-Seattle through trains, -all winter  whereas in former winters this  through service was always dropfped.  The source of the increased trafflo  between these two lornis'ls attributed  to tho growing intorest'in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For the last  five or six' years tourists from tho  United States have been literally  pc-UTiing into Canada through C. P. R.  connections at St Paul and Seattle  the greater number having the Rocky  Mountains and the resorts at Banff  Field, Emerald Lake and Glacier, as  their destination.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  NI-WMAJ-KKT   HOTEL  Is the home for.all tourists.and  millionaires 'visiting--New Denver, British Columbia. .  A. JACOBSON. Proprietor.  THJB   ritO VINCI!   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  ol the city, and furnishes the public  with" eveiy accommodation at  reasonable rates.  I'mil I.iiiRon, IToprlotor,  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'  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  ���������    Granite Creek, B. C.   Headquar-"  ters for'miners, prospectors and  railroad men.    Good stabling- in  connection. ^  Tasty   meals  and  pleasant rooms.  . H.GOODISSON, Proprietor  INTERESTING OCEAN FACTS  Complete Evaporation  Would  leave  mi Immense Deposit of Salt Two  Hundred  and   Thirty   Feet  Thick.  A property which made its biggest shipmenfe of the summer was  the Standard mine afc Silverton, the  Slocan dividend-payer, which has  paid 8225,000 to its shareholders,  since April last. Patrick Clark, of  Spokane, is heavily interested in  the mine. A. Hussey, of Spokane,  is the secretary-treasurer.  MIDWAY COAL  'All dust is the same, when that  mysterious thing called life ceases  to give it animation and the more  sanitary our methods of disposing  of the dead the better will it be for  the living.  Faith is all powerful. We know  an invalid in this country who pays  for prayers, and is slowly getting  better. The chief virtue of medicine is the faith we havo that it  will cure us.  Tjik Cumberland News is an  eight page paper. It contains four  pages of a patent inside, aud four  pages of ads with the exception of  about two columns of local news.  The price of this paper is SI a year,  and the editor has the greatest  snap in the province.  0000^>0000<>0000<>OCKX>C^><>0000  |    BOUNDARY MINES ' f  00^5<K>0<H><>-><><K>0<><KK>^  Last week tho Rawhide shipped  -5,012 tons of ore.  Last week the Granby mine  shipped 24,0-19 tons of ore.  Last, week the Granby smelter  treated 24,900 tons of ore.  Last week the Mother Lode  mine shipped 0,241 tons of ore.  Last week the Greenwood  smelter treated 12,0S1 tons of ore.  Last week the Napoleon mine  shipped 342 tons of ore.  Last week the shipments of  blister copper from tho Granby  smelter amounted to 349,000, a  total for the year of 1.-3,529,000  pounds.  As a prospector the hen is of  value in a district where gold can  be found. She will scratch up and  iind nuggets iu places that would  bo overlooked by man. It would  ho well for those in search of placer  diggings tojearry a few trained hens  with them. Geese might also be  valuable for wo have heard that  thoy sometimes laid golden eggs.  Lv tho days that are gone Kalamazoo in Michigan had a tough  reputation. We havo heard that  in those days poker was played in  almost every house, and often even  the parsona would lose the collection money trying to bluff on a  deuce in tho hole. Mark Twain  said that tho safest place for a  stranger to stop at in Kalamazoo  0<><><><><>0<-K>00<>0<*K>0<*K-K*KX><-KJO<>0  l   B. C, MINJNC NEWS   I  OCK>CWOO<>OOC^>000<>0<)00<>00000  The Lynn  Valley   Zinc   Mines  Limited have  two crown granted  claims,   located 20   years ago  by  Bering   Bros.,    and   seven   other  claims    surrounding    the   crown  granted   ones.    The   whole   area  comprises about 400 acres and lies  on the west fork of Lynn creek,  about a mile and a half from the  main   creek.    Considerable   work  has been done and theoutcroppings  indicate large bodies of ore running  in seams from  10 to 20  feet in  width.    A diamond drill aud gasoline engine have been taken up recently and put in operation for the  purpose of determining the extent  of tho seams and their relation to  each other, if any, on the mountain.  Eugene Croteau of Vancouver  has an interest in the coal property  at Midway. He recently visited  the property, and upon his return  home ho said to a Sun reporter:  '���������I was greatly pleased with our  coat property at Midway on which  over  2.000    feet   of  underground  work  has   been  done  and   which  should   be  ready   to  ship  in   six-  months  time.    Our coal, of which  there  is a  iarge  body,   took Iirst-  prize at the Spokane Interstate fair  last year.    It  i.s a .superior bituminous  domestic coal   producing no  smoke, no ashes or clinkers.   Some  day we may place it on the marki-t  in this city.    Our market, however,  will chiefly  be in. that country itself, and a very extensive one it i.s,  including the cities and towns and  the mining and smelting companies,  all of whom will derive great benefit  in  having such excellent fuel,  so to speak, at there back doors.  "The Kettle River Valley looks  very prosperous. ��������� Thousands of  fruit trees have been planted, and  the orchards, now coining into  bearing, look well. This coupled  with the fact that the mines and  the smelters are more prosperous  than ever, and with the beautiful  California weather make that, district one of the most promising and  attractive in British Columbia."  Oceans occupy threc-fourtlis of tho  earth's surface.   At the depth of 3,500  feet waves are not folt. The temperature is ithe same, varying only a trifle  from the poles to the binning sun of  the equator.  A mile down the water  has  a  pressure  of  a   ton   on   every  squaro inch.    If a box six feet deep  were filled  with salt water  and  allowed to  evaporate,  there wouild  bo  two inches of salt left on the bottom  of the box.   leaking tho average depth  of the oceans of Uie world to be three  miles, there -would be a layer of salt  280   foot  thick  over   the   entire   bed  should   tho    water    evaporate.    The  water of the ocean Is colder at tha  bottom than art the surface.   In many  placos especially in the bays on the  coast of Norway, the water freezes at  tho   bottom   before   it   does   above.  Waves aTe very deceptive.    To  look  at them In a storm one would think  that the whole water travelled.   The  water stays In the same place, but the  motion goes on.   Sometimes in storma  these waves aTe forty feet high and  travel fifty miles per hour ��������� nearly  twice as fast as the fleetest steamship.   The base of a wave ��������� tho distance from valloy to valloy on either  side at the  bottom ��������� is  generally  reckoned at being 15 times the height  therefore an average wave,  say one  26  feet high,  has  a  base  extending  over 275  feet    The force  of  waves  breaking on the shore is said to be  17 tons to the square yard.  Electrocuted Eggs  It is possible that the peculiar tasto  of a cold storage egg, which is something not easy to mistake, may bo  removed if experiments now being  made by an electrical company are  successful. It is claimed that when  fresh eggs aTe placod in cold storago  the eggs are alive: that thp.y aro slowly frozen to death, and that in spite  of tlie preservation qualities of the  ice tho eggs do not tasto good when  cooked. It is now believed that by  electrocuting the oggs the natural  fresh tasto may bo retained and not  removed when *ho eggs aro placod in  cold storago. Tho eggs aro "lrtHed"  by placing a metal cap on each end  of the ogg and thon pasisng through  thorn a current of 600 volte.  TlliS   KASLO   IIOTKI,  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cockle) & Piipwortn.  SIIKRISKOOKIS   iroUSK  Nelson; B. C. One minute's walk  -  from 0.   l\ 11   station.   Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.   ���������  LAVINGE & DUNK, Propiletors.  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  -within easy distance, of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. *The bar has1 the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON, Proprietor  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. Tills hotel is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot.   Modern accommodation and sain-  . pie rooms.  SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  Geologic Work of Ants.  Tho immense importance of antta  as geologic agents, especially in  tropical regions Is being recognised.  Ant burrows have been found at a  depth of four yards, and they ramify  over vast areas. Tho geologic work  performed by earthworms has long  been recognised, but Prof. Branner  believes that the ants ande termites  of the tropics bring a greater amount  of earth to the' surface than do tbe  earthworms of the temperate zones,  and are in many ways an equally important factor in the changes that  are going on in the upper strata ot  the ground.  TRKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on the American and I'iiiropeiin plan. Steam  heated rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dinin<r  room.   ���������  ItiuifKHiin A- (Juinplioll, I'l'OpH,  Frank Fletcher  PitoviNcrAT, Land Subvkyor,  Nelson, B. C.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, 13. C . is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. ��������� A fine. location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  I'.I'IIU-.SVIT.I.I"   IIOTIST,.  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns aud the centre ol  a fine fanning district.  TMOi-fAS   WALSH,   I'mpi-iotor.  J. R. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of tho Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.C.  II. W. Farmer & Co.,  REAIv ESTATE,  Rock Creek, B. C.  LiAKJOVIKW   HOTrL  in Nelson, B. O., employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at jl.00 a day.  *9s*up. Mullotto, Propria! or.  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive alterations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms in connection.  Mrs. A. F. KIRBY.  CITY  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  sammmmmmimnmmmmniimimmimmmmmmmmmmmnmimnimmmmmniK  The Gael and His Societies  The "clan society" is, of necessity,  a comparatively modem institution.  In tho days when nearly all the bearers of a surname were to be found  in one Highland' region, united for  mutual protection, owning direct  personal allegiance to their chief, the  clan itself was literally a clan society.  There is, Indeed, a notable similarity  between the causes of coherence ln  tho old days of the clan and ln tho  new days of the clan society. Both  were groups of people of the samo  name, who claimed the right to elect  their own leaders, who considered  themselves as members of one great  family, and, as such, bound to help  each other in adversity, sickness, or  danger. It Is interesting, to note that  there is a traceable relationship between the time of a clan's misfortune  as a historical entity and Its formation of itself into the modern form of  association ��������� the clan society. Two  of the most cruelly wronged clans ln  Scotland were the Mackays and the  Macgregors. Each became the victim  of harsh oppression, though in dissimilar forms, and we find that these  two clans were among the very firet  to adapt themselves to the new conditions, and, though exiled from their  ancient lands, to ally their respective  members to face the hew problems  as Tesolutely as their forefathers had  faced  the  old.    '  Grand Forks Agricultural Association's  Third Annual  was the town jail.   It evidontally Two holes,  ono 205 feot and tho  Tobacco Smoke  Smoke is nothing more than tho  mixture.of finely divided solid matter suspended in air.    It is never  gas.    The   exact   composition    of  smoke depends upon what is burnt  and how it is burned.    The hotter  the fire iu the furnace tho bett .t or  more complete will bo tho burning  or the combustion of tho fuel.  This  explains why there is' more smoke  at a freshly lighted fire.    And tho  fact that all smoke is finely divided  solid  matter shows  why ib is injurious to inhale  tobacco smoke,  many of tho particles cling to tho  lung tissues and in time poison tho  system.���������Kansas City Star.  The British Blue-Jacket  The British Navy is essentially a  service which keeps very much to  itself, the consequence Delng that the  public know very little of what goes  on infllde of the mystic circle of reticence. It is, however, a profession  ln which the most loyal co-operation  between officers and men has to be  the rule if good results are to be  forthcoming. That they aro forthcoming Is only too evident when we  read in the newspapers of ships doing  well at target practice, etc.  A naval life is perforce a very hard  one, for sailors all the world over,  and unlike their comrades in ttho  Army, are always living under active  Borvico conditions. They always have  the elements, the most powerful and  merdlesa of foes, to contend with,  and when folk ashore aro listening  to tho wind howling In their chimneys, our sailors are nt sea preparing  thorasolves for the day when our right  to the tltlo "Mistress of the Seas" will  be disputed.  That they take it cheerfully may be  deduced from the remark of one old  salt of a bygone era, who, In a southwesterly gale ln the English Channel,  and the fOTetopmast of Ms ship having  Just broken off close to tho cap, remarked to his chum, "Lor' bless me,  BUI, but I'm werry glad I ain't ashore.  Just think as 'ow the ohimbley pots  u'd be flyin' about in this 'ore breezel"  That remark sums up the spirit  of the present day man-of-war's man  very suoclnotly, for above all things  he Is a porson who takes the rough  ���������with the nmooth in a philosophical  way, having boon bred to danger since  the day of his entry into tho service.  In Spirited Speed Events.   Two Big 1  Days of Horse Racing on the Best Half-Mile Track 3  in B.C.  Trotting, Pacing, Running, Pony Races, 2  Broncho Busting, Cowboy Stunts, Motor Cycle Race, 2  Log Sawing Contest, Etc., Etc     .     .     .     .. 3  AT EXPOSITION of Fruit!  I VEGETABLES, STOCK, POULTRY, LADIES' WORK, Etc. |  Onr Sovereign's Long Pedigree  Thome axe few people who can boast  fio undent a genealogy as our King  ond Queen, who trace their descent  to unbroken Uno from tho Saxon  Karog Egbert, and through Mm back  to One Brittah klngs.who In turn were  reputed 'lineally descended from the  Burvlyora of the,fall of ,*Hroy.  g Bands Will be in Attendance Both Days I  1      Time of Your Life!   Come!   It's Everybody's Fair  g Reduced Railway Rates  r=                            Foi* Detailed Information, Prize Lists, Etc, Address =3  m*-' *****  m**- *****  H FRED CLARK, President                                    W. E. H ADDON, Secretary <2  3      V  z2 -       h ' ,   ��������� , - ��������� '  ---  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ' *., i ���������1    i '��������� .1  TEMPERANCE J  is till right if shorn of humbuggery.  * 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  unexpected1 visitors "or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in lime may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  Greenwood JCiquor gompany, importers, Greenwood, B. &  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical    ftLJL^���������      R    p  Department in the Interior.    INelSOn,    O.   L*<  &&b&<&<fr<r<&&>&<i<&*}r&ir4^  puamBmMimimmir  mmmsmpssa  $r>  FLOUR  "���������l I Plumber  We are the only manufacturers of wire wound  wooden pipes between the Atlantic and Pacific,  These pipes will stand any reasonable pressure,  and when filled with water and covered with  earth they will last over a thousand years, They  will not break even when water ih them is frozen  solid, Cheap pipes for irrigation purposes and a  higher priced pipe that will stand any pressure,  WATTSBURG LUMBER CO,  WATTSBURG, R C, . -> '        PROCTOR, B, G  ^-&������<g������&������^<&������<&&������<lZ&^^  S cSe C  e  ������  t  ������  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD ROBIN HOOD  FIVE ROSES PURITY GOLD DROP  PASTRY ACME  JUST 11-t HONEY IN COMB  L. L. Matthews & Co.  a-j-aj-s-afiffllBlffll^^  T LT N  I  N Q  Mr. Charles E. King'will   visit  Greenwood at au early date.'Leave ���������  orders for  guaranteed  pianoforte  timing at White's.Drug Store.  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  mm :K-  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry.  ' Shops in nearly all. the :  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ���������������^j3S-3������������*S-*S5������'S������'S������j2W������J  I Greenwood to Phoenix Stage I  AfM,"   - ******  s~ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. 3  g Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. 3-  - - CLUB CIGAR STORE ~3  <!  and Tinner  I have taken over the  McArthur shop and am  prepared to execute all  orders for plumbing and  tinsmithing. Get your  ptovps in condition before the snow flies.  i  ���������f  I  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising: ,  Application   for   liquor  Licence  (30 days) fS.oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days).'.....'......' $7.50  Application to Purchase"Land No-  ���������    tiees (do days) * fj.so  Delinquent Co-owner .Notices' (90  '    days) Jj'io.oo  Water Notices (small) $7.50  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for 'the first insertion; and S cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Nonpariel measurement  .S)  i  j"*        1  GEORGE CLERF.  ������������������"Win  EHOLT, B. C  E  Proprietor..  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  ^sH3^?^?^? wiJ> ^���������S^^S'T^SS^S-^y*?^?^'  mtmmTx.fj'mfi^paHf/tSjffft  O.K. CIGAR STORE  COPPRR STREET, GREENWOOD  My store will close at the end of this  month, and, I am giving bargains in dry goods  every day, The stock and store fixtures I will  sell at any time at a great bargain. This is an  excellent opportunity for any merchant who  wishes to continue the business,  i!  MRS. W*. LAKELAND  *"--'"^"*--*^^*--������HS?M������jS������������������?������������52������M������������i?>������������jSH'5������^^" -2-5^-S^*FSp^i?-*"3?*-'2������������?������������i2������-S   '?  YOU Are Invited  aunhUkiD-jDMUa  TO ATTEND THE TENTH ANNUAL  ST GREENWOOD OFFICE  |h. m. laing, proprietor g  iuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiuii^  f  V  11  (i  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine    8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363.43  Silica    74-29  Lime  S4.57  Alkalies as Soda    5.91  Magnesia  232.00  Lithia 86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated aud re-furnished, aud  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water iu baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course Oi baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  arc f2 a day up; or $12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  Pipe Fittings of all  kinds.  Pipes   Repaired  ou  Short Notice.  A  SITTING of the County Court of Yule will  **���������    be holcleii at tlie Oouit House, Greenwood,  on Tuesday the loth dny of November, 1912, tit  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  By order,  WALTER DEWDNEY,  Hcffistnir C. C. of Y.  J.KMKERVIS -   PROPRIETOR  ������������-������>.:<>>x>{������x-'X������:<<������:������xw������x������>x-<<m*  I  your Razors Honed  and Your Baths at  NELSON,     B.   C.  SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 26 and 27  Special Free Attractions  _-_-_-_____-__������������������  DAILY  AEROPLANE   FLIGHTS  from the Fair Grounds  PAUL & LEROY    -    Comedy Horizontal Bar Act  ISHIKAWA  TROUP  OF   JAPANESE  THE IDIANIS TROUP of Five Beautiful Girls  HORSE RACING - ROCK DRILLING  Log Sawing and Chopping  Reduced Rates on All Transportation Lines  Single Fare Round Trip  I  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  i^t^t-*!**^!-*****"*!^!-*^**^*^.^*^*^*^*^*^***********-**-***!-  IERSHI  GREENWOOD,  **y* ttrl It��������� ti?* l*y* to* %v& (j?** w* w* Iff* fc" fc?* t������7* <5* tt?* tS^  5 T.   THOMAS {  -^      CLOTHES CLEANED      ^  % PRESSED AND REPAIRED    ^  5 TAILOR - GREENWOOD t  A. D. Emory  President  G. Horstead, Secty  P. 0. Box 392. Nelson. B. C.  e v  William Boyd, Proprietor,  fialcyon, B. fr  -��������� a  e������4iwwg^a<Mwoa<������oai������g������^^aooiwa<>(PCO������90g������oftogacfl������������g������flaga.  LEDGE ADS. BRIM RESULTS  SMOKE...  Mountaineer and Kootenay Stan-  -   dard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. T3ELIN & Co., NELSON.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  II  r  ARE A 1 QUALITY  IR  TheBRILLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear Havaoas In Canada  Made bv Union Labor In the best lly-  jf lenlc iNiclory In tlie country.   Call for  tliem aiul (,'ot value for your money Instead of rope  WILBERG & W0LZ, Prop. B.C. Clear  Factory, New Westminster, B. C  ASSAYER j  E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer mid  Chemist, Box 111108, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $1 each. Gold-Silver, or Silver-tend,  ������1.50. Prices for other metals: 7 Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office 111  British Columbia.  STARKEY & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN  Produce   and   Provisions I  ���������xeursion  jB������  Grand Forks to be a  Divisional Point  Would you like to invest in a good paying business in Grand Forks ?     Well, here is your chance:  Frache Bros., the well-known florists, propose to  incorporate as a Joint Stock Company, to enlarge their  greenhouses.    A limited number of shares still left.  Write for our prospectus.    Do it now.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  /""���������OAL mining rights of the Dominion,  ^* in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tlie North-  westTerritoriesandin a portion of British  Columbia,'.may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of #5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.  _ The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  ���������  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  nelson, B. &  XV. V. W15L18, Proprietor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.*  'Bus meets all trains.  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTEL   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C,  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  m  t,5* i2r* t������5* |^* t5* iarr (JT i2r* ������J4 I^S  |^V Ov ^gT* %Ar> ttf* W?* mfw  Leaves Mother Lode  9.30  a.  m.  6:30  P-  m.  Leaves  Greenwood  2:00  P-  in.  S:30  P'  m.  Saturday   last    stage    leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. ni.   Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m,  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  3  In the Matter of the Estate of Gorman  West, late of Bull Creek, West Fork  Kettle    River,    British    Columbia,  Deceased.  NJOTICE is hereby given that all per-  ' ~    sons having claims against the late  Gorman West, who died on or about the  Sth day of July, 1912, are required to furnish particulars thereof to   the   undersigned, duly verified.  And that after the ist day of October,  1912, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased  among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which  he shall then have had notice.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 25th  day of July, 1912.  A. S. BLACK  Executor.  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in  the city. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHtNiSON  PROP.  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.  CHISHOLM & HARTMAN    -    Props.  %ji ij* ij* tffi i5* ^* (5* (5* ^* *5* w* ttf* ** ������������������ O* t5* \3b -J*  To principal points in Eastern  Canada and United States  Tickets arc Flrst-class'and will be on Sale  May 17.18, 24, 29: June I, 6.7.8,13,14,  15,17,18,19, 20, 21, 24. 25, 27. 28, 29,  and many other dales In July, August and  September. Limited to IS days on going  journey. Good to return until October 31st.  Stopovers allowed.  Greenwood and Kootenay points to  WINNIPEG $ 60.00  .... 91.50  ... 105.00  .... 120.00  .... 60.00  .... 72.50  ... 108.50  .... 110.00  TORONTO   MONTREAL   St. JOHN, N. B.  St. PAUL.   CHICAGO   NEW YORK..   BOSTON   Ask j-our local C.P.R. Ticket Agent  for particulars regarding routes, limits,  stopovers, etc., and for excursion fares  to other points.  E. R. REDPATH,  Ticket Agent,  Greenwood, B, C.  J. A. McDONALD,  District Passenger Agent,  ' Nelson, B. C.  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will be received up to Oct.  5th next for the construction of a mining  tunnel 4 feet in the clear, 6 ft. 3 in. high,  600 ft. long, more or less, to be timbered  where necessary���������limestone formation.  Outfit will be furnished to responsible  parties who cau give bonds.  Distance from Tulameen City, 21 miles.  The company reserves the right to reject any and all bids.  Further information may be obtained  from'W..B. Dornberg, Tulameen.  Address tenders to  J. D. NEWMAN, Spokane, Wash.  (Care of M. A. Gunst, Co.)  'Treasure Mountain Silver Lead Co.  Tulameen, B. C, Aug. 28, 1912.  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  OWEN   BO YER  PROP.  NELSON HOUSE  NELSON.  European Plan.  Cafe open da}\and night.   Bar.  Merchant's lunch 12 to 2.  W.  A. WARD  Phone 27.  PROPRIETOR.  P. O. Box 597.  -  -, LIQUOR ACT, 1910  Section 35  NOTICE is hereby given that, ou the  15th day of October next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for the grant of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail iu and upon  the premises known as the Carmi hotel,  situate at Carmi, B. C, upon the lands described as Lot B, subdivision of Lot 2,360,  group 1, Similkameen Division of Vale  District, B. C��������� Plan 109.  Dated this 5th day ol September, 1912.  M. FERROUX  J. C. FERROUX  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 district   cheerfully   furnished.  Stage line to Oroville, and  steamer on the lake.  ARN0TT & HlNE     -     Proprietors  HE DID NOT ADVERTISE.  Breathes there a man with soul so dead,  Who never to himself has said:  'My trade of late is getting bad,  I'll try another ten-inch ad I"  If there be, go mark him well.i  For him no bank account shall swell,  No angels watch the golden stair,  To welcome home the millionaire.  The man who never asks for trade,  By local line, or add displayed,  Cares more for rest than worldly gain,  And patronage but gives him pain.  Tread lightly, friends; let no rude sound  Disturb his solitude profound,  Here let him lie in calm repose,  Unsought except by men he owes.  And when he dies, go plant him deep  That nothing may disturb his sleep,  Where no rude clamor may dispel        '  That quiet that he. loved so well.  And that the world may know its loss ,  Place on a stone a wreath of moss,  And on a stone above "Here lies  A fossil, who did not advertise."  The worst wheel of the cart  makes the moat noise.  Love, cough nnd n nmoko cannot well bo hid,  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 al 1  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  J. E. Cartier, Mgr.  Ia the Supreme Court of British Columbia  In the Estate or Edward George Warren  Deceased ���������  ALL persons having claims against the  estate of Edward George Warren, who  died in Greenwood, B. C, on the 4th day  of July, 1912, are required to send particulars of the same, duly verified, to the  undersigned, on or before the 15th clay of  October, 1912; and all persons indebted  to the saicl deceased are required to pay-  such indebtedness forthwith to the undersigned.' After the said 15th day of October, 1912, the Administratrix will proceed to distribute the estate of the said  deceased among the persons entitled  thereto, having regard only to the claims  of which she shall then have notice.  Dated this 31st day of July, 1912.  ALEXANDER W. STRICKLAND,  Merritt, B. C.  Atlorney-in-fact for Wilhclmina Agnes  Warren, the Administratrix of the suid  estate, THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Sale of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland Assessment District  Province of British Columbia  T   ITRTIKRY GIVE NOTfCTC  that,  on Saturday,  tho 12lli clay pi October, A. D. 1912, at the  hour nf 10  fori.-minii, at tlio Court Housi.', in  out, of tliu lici'.sons ill sakl list  JJoc.cnilioi', 1911, aiul for, Interest,  <luu is not  soduer  jialil.  tlics' City of Kos-'liiii-l. 1 shall offer for salu ;it  |juhll������  auction  thu  1 -111tl������  hcreinaflui' sot out, for the dullmiueut taxes tin paid  hy said  persons on t  costs, ami  expenses,  Inuluillii',*  the  cost of ndvertisiiiH: said  sale,   if  the  .     LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  o'clock in  the  lu-rciiiii fUM'  set  he Hist  ill'- of  total  amount  O Q o  >-30  P ID  Name of Person Assessed.  Short  Description  of  Fropcrty.  **2.  UI O  -"* r. r+  o ir. c  S *��������� o  o  SIMILKAMEEN   DIVISION  OF YALE DISTRICT.  J.; J.  D., et al  SroiitKomery,  \V  W.'iterlow,   Ci.  S,  Stouker,   CI.   IC   CI mud  Koi'1-s J<VlilL i!i Nursery  Cli-iuid l''orU.s  ���������"Villi it Nursery  tlonsliert-er, .1.   D   J'oundni'y Miiiina <t  Bxpl'n  Co.   .  h'oide, .J.  *,\'.,  It. S. & Ellen     Kurde,  J.   U'���������   R.  S.  &, Kllell      Miller,   "MnrKsirot   K   ("Iraiitl  l-'orks  Frull & N. Co   l'owei's,   Thomas      Powers,   Thomas      Manly,  "M.   1.   Waldrun, lid, and Schnavely,    J.  *MeAdiun,   l>   Wrlj-hl,   Thos,   A   Johnson,   Sidney   M   Ilouiul.-iry Mining & Rxi>-  f-'o   Korilo.  .1.   W.,   I".   S.   &   Ellen   Urown,   Robert A   J.oieiil,   Chas   Fisher, .1. 'J'��������� & llod(-lns,  11   I lardy,   .liuiies      Johnson,  Sidney M   Clnistlonsoii, .Mark     Johnson,   Ole     Clllpln,   It.   it .'   Crossen,   T.   Lindsay      Whiteside.   David      "M.'isslc,  Geo.   10   (Joss-rove, T.  li.. & McAstoi'l't'i- ..  Williams,  W.  A.  ..'.   Carson,   Nelson J   Rowland,   John      I'olford,   ("loor-re      1 l.'LiiuiiiKton,   II.   C   Parker,  Coolcson  D., et al   "McQu'irriu,   Murdoch      Tlie Roliinsnn  & Leiiuimo  Lumber  Uiiiv,   I'olnjrt      ���������ChrlKtleiison,   Mark      Lorent,   Chas   Johnson,   Sidney  At   .lardine,   Harold      Tedesco,   John      Tedesco,   Antonio      Todd,  Ci.   I!..  &. llutton,  F.   If   MeXoice,   Alex   Oal*,',  W.  XV   "Murray,   Tliif-li      COLUMBIA & WESTERN  Part Lot  Part Lot   Part   Lot  Com'-siny. t'art Lot  Company.Part Lot   Part  . t'art  . I'art  Part  ....I'art  .... I'art  ....I'art  ....I'art  ....i'art  ....I'art  .... I'art  ....I'art  ....Part Lot  .'...I'art  Lot  ....Part Lot  ....Part  Lut  ....Lot 711,  U   Part  Lot   I'art  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lol  Lot  Lol  Lot  Lot  15:  ���������icy,  did,  ;su,  ���������in,  IS 02,  ������������������a,  ���������u i,  ���������125,  ���������171,  ���������id:,  i> iu,  Ml),  510,  51'J,  5M*,  "X,  5I2,  Ou���������,  tar,  yj;j,  l.  17,  ���������lli,  Lot   '������������������."J,   G.   1.  .- Part  l.ol  IM,   Part  Lot  '.nil,   Part   Lot  D7U,   Purl  Lot  !)7l>,   Part  Lot  970,   Part  Lot 'Jill,   Part Lot Ui'U,   Part  Lot  U7U,   Part   Lot  07U,   Part IvOt lo57,   Part  Lol   l-Wl,   Part Lot lGil,   Lut 1U95,   (j.   1.   Lot   173'J,   Ci.   1,  Co....Lot  2022,   Ci.   1,   Part J-jOt 202S,   Lot  2043,   0.   L   Lot  11170,   O.   I.   Part .Lot i'3!M,   Lot Awli,   G.   1.   Part .Lot 2S0i),   i'art .Lot aSSTi,  G.   Part Lot 'M?i,  G.   Part Lot IS & G   Lot 7,-2  S,   G.  1...   li 'A .See.  20.  Tp.  RAILWAY LANDS.  Ci.  CI.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  CI.  Ci.  G.  G.  G.  G.  CI.  G.  G.  G.  CI.  G.  IO).  G. 1.  G.  1,  (Oj.  G.   1  G.  1  CI.  G.  G.  G.  G.  Ci.  G.  G.  G  G.  (Oj  (Oj  (Oj  G.  1  (Oj  (Oj   CI. I.  (Oj  (Oj.  G. L  1.  I.  1  (Oj   (Oj   (Uj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (OJ   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Ol   (Oj   (O)   (O)   (Oj   (O)   (Oj   (O)   \o)'.'.'.'.'.  (Oj   '(JO)'.'.'.'.'.  (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (O)   (Oj   (O)   (Oj   (Ol   (O)   (Oj....  (O)   (O).  (Oj..  (Oj..  (Oj..  7'J.  & C. & W. Bv  Rniiiidiiry  Liimlier Co.  K'nis-lit,   lloriifu   10   f'o������j?rove Ji McAstoeker     TrenilJlay,  Joseph     SUB-DIVISION  OF PORTIONS  "Massie,  George   10   .Uassie,  George  10   OF  ...Sulj-Lols 5 to 1-', .Lot SCH7   ...Sub-Lot I of Lot a*!)!)   ...I'art  Lot 2GU.S     ...Part Lot 2701    LOTS 152, 153, 184, MAP 567.  ...Lol  1,   block  a   ...Lot ������������������   mock 3   SUB-DIVISION  OF PORTIONS OF  LOTS 152 AND 327, MAP 888.  :i,  l,  ���������1,  Block  liloek  liloek  I "luck  Hlock  Nursery  Nursery  Nursery  (O),  Co...  Co...  Co...  Co...  Mushes,   Kil.   J   Clay.   Henry   .V   .|-<'eluit-\  Amanda   M ,  Holmes,   Mrs,  iNettio     Holmes,   Mrs.  .Nettie      SUB-DIVISION OF  LOT 334  Grand Forks- Krult & ���������Nursery  Grand h'ork.s l''ruit ,Si  Grand l''orks l-'ruIL it  Grand Korlis l*ruit &  SUB-DIVISION   OF  Lawson,   Uohort     Luwson,   Robert     Lawson,   Robert      Lawsou,   Robert     Grand   Forks  Fruit & sNursery Co  SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION  1-IuKlies,  Isaac   (Estate)      SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION   OF  linekley,  Mrs. ���������Marj'arct   Block  13   .  SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION   OF   LOT 700, G  t   ii..  PORTION   OF  OF  Lot   Lot   Lot   Lot   Lot  MAP 523.   Ploek   Hluek   Iiloek   Mock  LOT 497, G.  ..liloek    C   ..  ..liloek  ..liloek  ..lilock  .. liloek  LOT 500, G. I. (O), MAP 140.  ..nioek 10,   Wust part     LOT 535, .G. I. (OJ, MAP 110.  l-l  lii  10  17  7  11  1-2  17  I. (0), MAP.  .77  $25.00  ���������Si. ja  $2.00  $2S.l2  ...     2.5a  .35  1.00  1.35  ... lfi-1.00  ....  2.10  .10  2.00  4.20  ... 150.00  50.00  t . ��������� t  2.2.)  2.00  54.25  ...   70.00  15.00  -IIS*  2.00  17. OS  .50  2.00  .09  1.00  3.09  ... 191.00  3. DO  .14  2.00  Si. l-l  ..  123.00  20.55  '     .92  2.00  23,17  .. 100.10  IS. 15  ,S2  2.00  20.97  ..     2.00  1.00  .05  1.00  2.05  .. 1O0.0U  150.00  32.00  S.20  2.00  192.20  ..    2-1.00  15.00  .i!S  2.00  I7.GS  . ���������   'J9.SG  15.00  .l!S  2.00  17.0S  ..     7.711  4.00  . i ��������� .  AS  2.00  u.iS  ..   23.00  ti.00  .27  2.00  S.27  .. 275.00  137.50  0.19  2.1X1  115.09  ..     -1.00  3.00  .11  2.00  5.11  ..   70.50  3.00  .1-1  2.00  5.14  .. moo  t t i .  9.00  .-10  2.00  11.40  ..     5.00  2.25  .10  2.00  ���������  .1.35  .. 2SU.00  10.00  i ��������� - ���������  .45  2.00  12.15  .. 320.00  10.00  1,20  .50  2.00  13.70  .. 312.00  B.M)  .27  2.00  S.27  ..     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FaKcon,   O   Fim'eon,   G   Coy, lOrnest ...  fllii-spcll, Hugh  P'aw:eoii,  A.  Fat!  'eon,  I-'ilgoon,  Falcon,  Faffuon,  Falcon,  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  ,...Lot 2,  ....Lots 3  ...Lot  3,  ...Lot  1,  ...Lots  ...Lots  ...Lots  ...Lots  ...Lots  ...Lots  ...Lots  Block  and 4,  lilock  Ulock  1   liloek 3.  ���������I   J.  2,  0   liloek 7.  Block S.  Block 9.  Block 10  Block 14  Block 15  Block 10,  ANACONDA TOWNSITE���������Being a sub-division of part of Sec. 32, Tp.  Kiithley, TEwing .......Lot S,  liloek 1   Ilickev   Pat Lot 9,  Block  1   Tye    O   II     ....Lot li,  Block 1   Cooksoii,   Wilfred.  .'Lot 1,  Block  2   1 Garland,   Mary ..\-������\ ���������*���������  f5 ock -,   Anderson,   Mrs.   H.    ��������� .'..f������t 0,  Block 2..........   Johnson,  S.  M. Lots 9 and 12   Block I   Keii-htley,   Ewlngr ........Lot 11,  Llock   >   A\'iliiishiirst,   Joseph    ......Lot 4,  Lock  i   Miller,  J. F.,  & Law, W. M Lot 9,  Block  i.   Xorrls,   Chas  H Lot 12,  Bock  A   Keightley,  Evinir :. fot li,  Blotk 3   Mammerle,   Thomas ...Lot 1,  Bloc -  4   AEoore,   I,.\T  f������t 2.  -Ulock   '��������� ���������,���������������������������;������������������;   Aspimvall,   Philip .........Lots S and 9, Block I   Anderson,   John  P ....Lot  10    Block  4.............   AIcDonell,   Chris Lots 12   13 and 14, Block 4...........  Garland,   Atary Lots 1,  9, 11,  13 and 14, Block -  70.  Thompson,   Dorothy  Garland,   Alary      Garland,   Arary,   &  AIcLenashan,  Xeitzel,   Elizabeth      Garland,: Alary   Garland,  T.  A   Miller.; J. F., & Law, W. M.  Jas.  .Lots 1 to 0,  Block  ...Lots 1, 3, 4, 0, 10. 13 and 14. Block 9..  ...Lots 1, 2, 4 and 5, Block 10   ...Lots S and 9. Block 10 :...  ...Lots 1, 2, 3. S. 9, 10 and 12, Block 11.  ...Lot 5,  Block 11   Lots 1 and 2, Block 12   Garland,  Mary Lot 0.  Block 12   Kane, Airs. Julia, A. ....Lots 10 and 11,  Block 13   Keightley,   Ewing    Lot -1,  Block 14   Johnson,  S. Al. .Lots 11 and 12, Block 14   Garland    Alary Lots A, 1 to 5, 8 to 1-1 and li, Block 15..  Keis-htley,  13wing .........Lots 1, 2. 11 and 12. Block 10   Xc-wton,  W.   M. .................:....Lot 7,  Block 10   Johnson    S.   AL Lots S, 9 and 10, Block 10   Christian,   J.  L. Lot 13.   Block  10     Hooper,  Edith  C. ....Lot 1.  Block 1,  Kerby,  Forbes Ar r������. ?  Anderson, John P. Lot 7,  Thompson, Mrs. Dorothy ..Lot 12,  Garland,   Alary Lots 1,  Dunn,   John ;?ts 1    ,,.   ���������       ,  ,   ���������,    ,  Garland,   T.   A. West part lots ;; and 4. Block  Garland!   Alary .������������������'. Lots 5, 0, 7, 1U and l-l. Block 22   Kane,  Mrs. Julia A. West part Lots S. D and 10, Block  Garland    Jiary   .  Lot 14.  Block  24   Williamson.  John    ....Lots 1, 2. 8 and 9, Block 2S   Garland    Alary .Lot 5,  Block 2S   Garland    Arary ".'  .Lots 4, 5, 0, 7 and S, Block 29   Garland'   Alary Lots A, 1, 2, 5, ti and 7, Block 31...  Block  17   Block  17   Block 17   2, 5 and 1-1. Block 3S.  and 14. Block 19...'.  3.50  i.00  "Del't  Taxes.  .IS  1.00  .50  .50  1.00  ' 1.00  .75  .75  1.00  .30  .50  .20  "oo  .30  ".40  ".30  .30  1.50  .SO  .30  1.10  3.55  7.00  .98  1.90  1.S0  2.0S  .30  .CO  .30  .CO  .30  .50  1.05  1.20  .30  .90  2.50  .40  .30  .30  2.50  1.50  '   .45  .22  .70  1.05  .15  3.90  .15  .45  .45  2.00  2.00  5.01  School  Taxes.  ANACONDA,  WESTERN   ADDITION, Map 97, being a sub-division of part Sec. 32, Tp. 70.  .10  .12  .08  .21  .OS  .50  32  JG  .90  i.'ii  .10  "ci  .40  .10  .5G  1.C0  2.5C  .52  '.%  .SO  1.2S  .10  "ic  "ic  .24  .50  .01  .10  .IS  .90  .20  .10  MC  .90  .70  .24  .10  .30  "6s  1.5(1  .08  .40  2-1  Int.  .02  .04  .IH  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .01  .03  .03  .02  .01  .01  .03  .OL  .03  .01  .02  .01  -.02  .05  .02  .02  .10  .05  .02  .07  22  M  .07  .13  .12  .IS  .02  .03  .02  .03  .02  .03  .07  .OS  .02  .00  .15  .03  .02  .02  .15  .10  .03  .02  .05  .07  .01  .24  .01  .01  .03  Costs.  Total  1.00  1.40  1.00  2.01  1.00  ���������    1.53  ���������1.00  1.53  1.00  2.01  1.00  2.01  1.00  3.7S  1.00  1.7S  1.00  2.01  1.00  3.7S  1.00  1.7S  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Alary  Mary  Ativry  Alary  Mary-  Alary  Alary  Atary  Alary  Arary  Atary  Mary-  Alary  Alary  Arary  Arary  Arary  Arary  Mary  Mary  Alary  ....Lots 1   Lots 1   Lots 1   ..Lots   Lots   Lots   Lots   Lots   Lots   Lot 1  to   0,  Block  to 10,  Block 13   to 10.  Block 20"   to   9, Block 27   to   0,  Block 2S   to 10. Block 29   to 10. Block 39   to'10. Block 40   to   3.  Block 41.....  Block 42   to  10,  Block 43   to 10,  Block 44   to 10. Block 49   to   9.  Block 50   to    0,  Block 51   to 10,  Block 52   to 10. Block 53   to   4, Block 54   liloek  55   to 10,  Block 50   to 10,  Block 57   ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION,  Map 115, being a sub-division of Lot 914, G. I. (O).  Alerand,  XV.   K Lot C,  Block 1  2.50 .SO  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, Map 19,  being  a sub-division of part of Lot 429, G. I. (O).  Harris, James A Lot 2������,  Block 2...         ],50  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, Map 90, being a sub-division of part Lot 1612, G. I.  Williams,   Bert    Lot 9.  Block 1  JO       .... o"     '1 nil  Williams.  G.  M Lot 11.  Block   1  1.00       .... 'oi       1 oo  Lewis,   O.   10 Lots 1,  2,  3,   Block 2        35.00       .... (i7 q  Lewis,  K  C Lot 3.   Block  4  1.00       .... 'n.        Too  Shlllcock.  XV.   A Lot 5,  Block U  2.00       .... 09       1 00  BOUNDARY   FALLS,  CHRISTIENSON'S ADDITION, Map 135, being a sub-division of part Lot 931, G. I. (O).  Lots  . Lots  ;���������...Lots   Lots  ...'...Lots  ......Lots   Lots   Lots   Lot 1,   Lots 1   Lots 1  .30  .50  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .50  25  !5i  .50  .50  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .50  .50  .10  .10  .10  .14  .10  ,1C  .10  .16  .01  .02  .11!  .10  .10  .11  .10  .1(1  .16  ,0C  .02  .10  .10  .02  .03  .03  .03  .02  .03  .03  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .03  .Oi  .02  .03  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .15  .07  1.00  1.00  .'!.(*!'  .75  2.50  Slddall,  S.   15 Lot   3,   Block  It,  Johnson,  S. J Lot 12,  Block B.,..   CARSON TOWNSITE, Map 39, being  a sub-division of part of Lot 517, G. I. (O).  Nelson, F. B. Lot 1. .Block C           .25 .12  CASCADE TOWNSITE, Map 8, being  a sub-division of parts of Lots 268, 269 and 313, G. I. (O).  Schmltt, Marguerite   Lot 10,  Block 3  .HO  Clements,   Anna West % Lot 2, Bloc); 11           .2." 6i  Clements,   Anna .South  '/���������������  Lot 7,  Block lli           ,25 "03  WatcHow, O. 3 ...Lots 1 to 12,  Block 2S  '������.(  AleCrae,   Roderick    Lot 4,   Block  29         TOO  Wllleox,  W.  B Lot 11,  Block 32 30 .ii  CHRISTINA* TOWNSITEr Map 50, being a sub-division of part  Lot 317, G.I. (O).  CoKgrovo,  T. TJ., & AIcAstoekor,  C.  J....Lots 7 to 10, Block 10 11  DEADWOOD TOWNSITE, Map 73, being a sub-division of part Lot 620, G.I. (O).  Bothwell,  A.   CV  Lot 15,   Block  0           ,50 ,4S  Kerby,   Forbes   Af.    Lots D and  10,   r.llnek 14         1,2C 1.20  Carman,   George    Lots 13 and 14,  Block 18           ,50 ,90  McATIllan,   Isabella Lots 13 and 14, Block 19         3,25 3.12  DENORO TOWNSITE, Map 103, being a sub-division of part Lot 1568, G. I. (0).  GustafHon,   Axel    Lot \,  Block 13         3,00 8.2R  Cunningham,  J.  F.    , Lots 12 and l.'i, Tllnck 18 19  Johnson,  Andrew   .Lot II,  Block IX  .08  .03  .11  .02  .02  .01  .01  .01  .04  .02  .01  .11  .07  .30  1.00  l.OO  1.00  1.00  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  1.09  l.'J9  i.r-2  1.30  1.2!)  1.S.S  2.01  1.13  1.11  2.02  :u,fi  2.!i:i  7.07  cm  1.19  1.08.  Name of Person Assessed.  Short  Description   of Property.  go  P ro  'A ������i  ��������� e  i ro  ��������� 3  a o  E/l.O  aow  2 u a  "So  &*-!  O  EHOLT TOWNSITE, Map 71, being a sub-division of part Lot 1223, G.  I.  (o).  AicAIaster,  J.  A Lots 3 and-4, Blocks '....,  McArthur,   Ulla    '.....Lot 10,  Block 3   lOholt  Trading  Co Lots 13 and 14, Block 4   Stuart,   Alexander    Lot 19,  Block 4 1   Caulfield,  J.  J Lot 20, Block I   Baile-/,   13d Lot 22,  Block I '   Larson,   W Ldts 20, and 21, Block 5   AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lot 22, Block 5    AicAIaster,   ,1.  A Lots 11 and 12, Block 0 ..-..,  AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 23 land 24, Block 0   Moore,   .Enoch    Lot .7,  Block 33   Mather. XV.  K. Q Lot 10,  Block 13   Bailey,  Fd Lots 13, 14 and 15, Block 13   AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 23 and  24.  Block 13   AloAlnstor,   ,1.  A Lot 2,  Block 14   McAstoeker,   Airs.  Vina   Lot 5,  Block 14   AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 11 and 12, Block 14   AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 1, 2 and 3,  Mock 15   AleOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 9 and 10,   Block 23.  AleOrmond,   Samuel  Allen, Geo. W   Fahey,  L. & A   'Jhrlstianson,   Jacob      GLOSTER CITY TOWNSITE,  Uuttbn, Frank & Todtl. G. B   &��������� Todd, G.  li   ft Todd, G. B   llutton,  Hutton,  Wyuey,  Hutton,  llutton,  Towc,.  !"Ynnli  Frank  C. A.  Kranl-  li-rnnk  Willlam  Todd,  Todd,  Todd,  Todd,  TO  Matheson,   -Veil   .  llutton,  Krank it  llutton,  Krank it  Hutton, Frank & Todd. G. 13.,  HENDERSON'S  ADDITION  O'Brien,   E.    II   Kouinson,   W.  F   KhiKSloii,   C.  Al   O'Lrien,   E.   II   McNEE'S ADDITION TO GRAND  KI'iKSlon,   C.   Al   lionner",  Jus T   l'ashleii-h,   Waller      RUCKIE'S ADDITION  Sloner,   Air's. 'Nettle  Lots 1 and 7,  BJock 24   Lots 3 and 4,  Block 24 '.    Lot  10.   Block  24 '....'    Lots 21 and 22, Block 24   Map 323, being a sub-division of part Lot 3672, Q. |   Lots 2 to 9, Block 1    Lots 2 to S, Block 2 .'   Lots 1, C, S. 9 and 10, Block 3..'.    Lots 4 and 5,  Block 3 '.    Lots 1 to 10,  Block S   ..." Lots 3 lo 20, Block li...:    Lot  2,  Block 7    .";   Lots 3 and 4,   Liloek 7    Lots 0 and il ro 20,  Block 7    Lots 1, 2, S, 9 and U to 20, Block S      '"'   Lots 1 to 4, 0 to 10 and 13 lo 20, Block 10....',,  GRAND FORKS, Map 156, being a sub-divisi0n   Lots 12 and 13,   Block 9    Lots 1 to 7, Block 10    Lois 10 and 11, Block 10 :    Lots 12 to .17.  Block 10 ". []',[[[  FORKS,  Map 128, being a sub-division of  ....Lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20, Block 1   ....Lots 1 to S,  Block 3   '  ....Lots II,  15 and 10,   Block 3 '  5.50  2.00  L50  1.50  1.00*  5!66  1.75  3.00  4.25  3.25  i'66  3.75  6.50  4.00  4.25  1.00  2.50  .75  ��������� (O).  ��������� 1.10  1.23  .SS '  1.25  1.75  3.15  .03  1.25  1.40  , 2.15  2.98  of part  .25  ���������SS  2.75  17.48  -.38  19.38  i.W  '   2.47  1.14  .7G'  4.05  3.S0  1.33  2.2S  35.5S  .9,->  1.02 ^  2.S3  4.3S  3.01  3.23  .70  ".57  Lot 382,  .79  . .02  1.12'  .09  .09  ���������IS  .12  .OS  .IS  .40  .14 '  .24  .89  .10  .OS  ,04  .30  .44  .31  ��������� .31  .OS  .12'  .00  .00  ,.05  .04  .05  .OS  .14  .03  .05  .06  .11  .14  G. I.  part Lot 382, G.    ���������   1.75    ' l.OO    t   .37  .01  .13  .03  (O).  .OS  .01  .02  TO GRAND  FORKS, Map 36,. being a sub-division of part Lot 534, G. I. (O).  Buckle,   F  &   R   Buckle,   F.  it   li   ArcLellan,   Norman      Baker,   Wilfred      AIcDougall,   AiiKUS   13.   ..  Clark,   A.   Ti   MIDWAY TOWNSITE,  Ku.ssoll,   J   Barton,  F.  \V   Clarkson.  A.  li   Nelson,   J.   W   Sawyer,  C.   A   Mace,    10   Oruno,   Otto     Aleskor,   A.   C   Alesker, Airs. Edith    Albi,   J.   &   S   Alassle,  G.   E   .Stephenson,   P.   l-l.   Alnnro,  D.  T).,  & Law, XV.  Yuill,   S.   Barry      Alacaulay  Ji.  Keightley   ...  Sitter,   Andrew      Alesker,  A.   C   Alangott,   Steve      "U'ilson,  Herbert G   Bailey,   E   Hamlin,   Herbert      Alesker,  A.   C   Smith, J.  C   Walker,   Homy      Wlckham, -C   Munro,  Airs. Alary    Clarkson,   A.  II   Boles,  F.   C   Kerbv,   Forbes Al.      Kciliv,  Forbes Ar   Lot 12,   Block 7   Lots 19 and 20.  Block 9    Lots 9 and 10, Block 12    Lots 14 and 15,  Block 12    Lots 2 and 3, Block 21    .' Lots 1 to 10.  Block 20    Lol 0.  Block 29 .'";  Map 3, being a sub-division of part Lot 501, G. I. (q).   Lot 9,  Block 17    Lot 3,  Block IS    Lots 7 and S, Block IS    Lots 20 and 21,  Block 19    Lot 3,  Block 20 '    Lot S.  Block 25    Lot B, Block 28    Lot  3,   Block 29    Lots 4, 5, 0,  Block 29    Lots 7 and S, Block 33    Lot 10,   Block  33    Lot  21,   Block  33   Ar Lot  4,   Block   34    Lot  7,   Block  35    Lot 3,   Block 30    Lot 4, and  East part of 21, Block 30    Lots 9 and  10,  Block 30*   , Lots 15 and 10, Block 30    Lots 17 and IS,   Block 30    Lot 22,  Block 30    Lot  22,   Block  37    Lots 1 to li. Block 41    Lots 11 and 12,  Block 45    Lots 10 and 17, Block 45    Lot 19,   Block 45    ��������� Lot  22,   Block   15   ....v.* Lots 2 and 3, Block 40    Lot  21,  Block   IS    Lots 23 and 24. Block 4S    Lots 5 and 0, Block'71 ".'".'  sub-division  .25  .08  .S7  3.00  5.50  11.13  .50  .03  .01  .14  .25  ..CO  .02  l.OO'  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3,00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  3.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  (O).  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  19.27  1.40  27.00  3.09  . 2.99  5.15  .3.70  2.81  5.23  10.20  ' "4.22  C.52  21.72  3.30  2.70  2.04  7.90  11.12  8.1,5  . 8.82  2.81  3.C2  2.3S  2.-0  ��������� 2.2S  1.92  2.30  2.S3  ' 4.29  3.SG  2.30  2.40  ' 3.50  4.32  3.25  ��������� 3.32  3.SS  3.7S  2.S3  2.04  1.39  1.25  1.71  1.91  4.11  0.75  12.CH  1.52  WANTS. Etc  Farm for Sale.���������A 160 acre  farm near Bridesyille, 35'acres  under cultivation and 20 more  about ready Nfor breaking-, up. ���������  90 acres available for cultivation  and the balance- good pasture  land. For further particulars  apply K. T. Lowery, Greenwood.  , For Sale. ��������� One team .of  horses, Percheron bays, three and  four years old. Well matched,  and -weigh'about 1,350 pounds  each; Apply to O. P. Olson,  Ferry, Wash.1  of  part  (O).  1.75  3.05  .12  1.00  3 (tn  .25  .15  1.00  1.40  2.50  1.50  .18  1.00  5,:s  .ro  .30  .04  1.00  l.il'l  .15  1.00  1.15  2.00  * . . .  .09  1.00  3.09  .   .25  .15  ., , ,  3.00  1.10  , , ,,  .30  3.00  3.TO  . t ..  ,3.00  .13  1.00  4.13  COO  .20 '  3.00  7.20  3.0O  ISO  OO  3.00  0.02  1.50  .90  .11  1.00  3.51'  1.95  .09  1.00  3.01  ....  .3S  1.00  1.3S  .50  .30  ,     .01  1.00  1.84  .90  .04  1.00  1.94  .CO  .03  1.00  1.03  "     1.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.00  .75  .03  1.00  1.7S  .03  .37  '     .01  1.00  2.01  .30  ....  1.00"*  *  1.30  2.25  .10  1.00  3.35  2.00  1.20  .14  1.00  4.31  ....  3.30  .14  1.00  4.14  ....  .30  1.00  1.30  .50  .30  .01  1.00  1.S4  1.00  .00  .07  1.00  2.C7  .50  .30  .01  1.00  ��������� 3.S4  5.50  3.30  .40  3.00  30.20  3.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.09  Lot 501,  G. 1.  (O).  .75  '    .45  ,05  1.00  2.25  .75  ....  .03  1.00  1.7S  1.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.19  .50  .30  .04  1.00  LSI  Lost.���������On the road between  Rock Creek and Midway, a Smith  & Wesson, 32 calibre revolver, 6  shots to barrel. Suitable reward.'  Apply to. Ledge office .or .C.P.  Sjolander, Phoenix.  Wanted.���������A strong work horse'  for winter, a good home provided  with  plenty of feed.    Apply F.  Haussener, Box 4, Greenwood.  ���������Wanted.���������A man handy with  horses and plow, six weeks job,  apply stating wages required to  F, Haussener, Box 4 Greenwood.  BOOMS   TO   LET  Iii the -Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  .03  1.00  1.1.1  MIDWAY TOWNSITE, SOUTH ADDITION, Map 42, being a  Stooke, Aliss M.  C! : Lot 2,   Block  2   Stooke,   Chas ' Lot 3,  Block 2   Clarkson   A.  Tl Lots 5 and 0.  Block 4   MaiiKOtt,   Steve Lot 4,   Block 21   NIAGARA TOWNSITE, Map 53, being a sub-division of part Lot 1261, G. I.  Oats,   Mark    Lots 9, 12, 14, 15 and 10, Block 0 jj  PHOENIX TOWNSITE, GRANBY. ADDITION, Map 60, being a sub-division 0f parts of Lots 894   922  933   589   G   I  (0). ��������� -: '    '    '  Belles,  W.  Ar Lots S and 9, Block C  "2 50  Alorrin.  Thompson  Co Lot  12,  Block 22  2.00  Finnish  Socialist Society   Lots 1 and 2,  Block 28  20 00  Thompson.  .1.  K. W Lot 4, Block 29 ���������  4>oo '  Baldwin. Tim  (Rstnte)    Lot  1.  Block 31 .'.  15-  Tul'ls,   Sarah   (Estate)    Lots 5, I!, S and 10, Block 31  1-5-  Jones,   William    Lot 7.  Block  31  2.'(M  Oliver,   Tl Lot 11, Block 31  -     So  Jutilla.   Andrew    Lot 12 and Hast % 13, Block 31  9 95  Vick,   R.   O Lot IC,  Block 31  j 5-  Alorrlson,   K.  J Lot  1,   Block  B  3.00  PHOENIX.  NEW YORK ADDITION, Map 58, being a sub-division of Lot 901, G.  I. (O).  Smith,   "fi.   J f-'Ot   <i.   Block   2  2.00  Alaki,   Andro    Hast V6 Lots 1 and 2, Block 7  ;���������<*-  Snkrlnsnn,  Salmon   West >���������' Lots 1 and 2, Block 7  300  Brockenrldf-e,  Oco.  E Lots 19 and 20. Block 7 , 200  Ivins,  T.   Alartln    : Lot I.   Block S .\  10o  Barnet,  Airs.  Al.  E Lot 9,  Block S :  ,75  PHOENIX, GOLDEN   EAGLE ADDITION,  Map 184, being a sub-division of pari Lot 921, G. I. (O),  .11  1.00  an  .09  1.00  ���������  3.'.9  .90  1.00  21. ro  .IS  1.00  5.JS  .07  1.00  2.57  .2*;  1.00  0.75  .09  1.00  3.09  .03  1.00  1.5.1  .10  1.00  331  .07  1.00  S f,7  .13  1.00  , 4.13  .09  i?bo  *'9  .14  3.00  4.39  .13  1.00  4 13  .09  1.00  3.C9  .05  i.on  ���������?. 05  .03  3.00  I.7S  St. Jude's Anglican Church.  Services: Holy Communion 8  a. 111. ist and 3rd Sundays in this  month; Matins, ri a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School,  2:30 p. in.  Rev. Frauklin Watson, Vicar.  ANNUAL MEETING  The postponed Annual General Meeting of the Greenwood City Water Works  Co. will be held in the Company's office  al Greenwood, on Thursday the 17th day  of October 1912 ut 10 o'clock in the morning, for the transaction of the general  business of the Company and the election  of a Board of Directors.  ROBERT G. HARGREAVES,  AcLiug Secretary.  Hushes.  A.  J Lot 4,  Block 2  Rossland,  B.   C,  September 2nd,  1912.  .50  .02  1.00  1.52  J. KIItTCUP,  Collector,  Rossland Assessment  District.  Greenwood FEED Store  A CARLOAD  OF OLD OATS  Just  Arrived  Adams & Brown, Props.  I PHONES        -   -    5L and 5R  Ireland  has 2,000,000  acres of  peat deposits.  Making Hanging Pleasant  London, Eng.���������In a paper read  before the British Association of  Science, entitled "Hanging Without Tearp," Frederick Johns discussed the subject as an art.  He said: "If you are going to  hang a man, you might as well do  it properly. The Anglo-Saxons  I have a great love for hanging and  the science of it has greatly improved. The hanging of tho Thames  pirates once formed one of the  most popular sights of gay London  and there was great disappointment among the inhabitants when  the pirates were no longer allowed  to be hung in chains." Dr. Johns  illustrated his lecture with skulls  and sketches of gibbets.  .. He is  virtue.  ill clothed that is bare of  Great modesty often bides great  merit.  REAL ESTATE MANIA   .  The Vancouver Truth says that  the sucker who puts his money in  CoquitJam, Hardy- Bay or Port  Moody deserves to lose it. Tho  Truth is after the real estate sharks  strong. Real estate gambling has  become a great evil. In the north  Granby Bay ia being advertised as  a coming town with lots at from  8200 to *3S0O. At present there is  nothing on the townsite, except  two houses of ill-fame, one a tent  and tbe other a board shack.  C,*X.M;������x<-$0*>*>*'>*>->9*fc&*>*^^  THE CANNING SEASON IS NOW ON  . Fancy Crawford Peaches  Fancy Tomatoes  Bartlett Pears  Apples, Best  Cantaloupes   -  Watermelons  95c Box  85c   "  $.1 50 Box  $1 00    "   ,  60c Doz. '  2c per pound  645  JJERE are two  smart and  snappy styles ,in 3  button Sack Suits  for fall wear.  They emphasize  Fit-Reform's position as the leader  of the Canadian  world of fashion.  Men who want  something extra  good in style and  value, should see  the new fall styles  in Fit-Reform  Suits.  BROWN'S, - FERRY, - WASH.  *$44<><r&tt<&to4Q&b4rt*><r<r*t><r>:^  W. ELSON,  Greenwood, B. C. THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Sale of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland Assessment District  Province of British Columbia  T  ITRTIKRY GIVR NOTfCR that,  on Saturday, tho 12th clay of October, A. D. 1912, at the hour nl 10  fori.-mioii, at tlio Court  Hou.su,  In tliu City ot KoshIiukI. I shall offer for sail; nt  |wlill������  auction  thu  I:hk1k  out,   ol'   tliu   persons   in   sakl   list   hereinafter set out, for the ilullnciuent taxes unpaid  l.iuf.emher,   I91I,   anil   for, Interest,   costs, anil  espensi'S,  Incluilnii?  the  cost (  (lili)  is not  sooner  paltl. _   .__,,_.  .._.,_..'_..__  .     LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  hy said persons on t  ailvorllsIiiK said  sale,   if  the  o'clock in Hie  hereina flui' set  he Hist (li'- of  total  amount  O Q o  >-30  Name of Person Assessed.  Short  Description  of  Fropcrty.  **2.  UI O  ~iOUI  -"* r. r+  o ir. c  S *��������� o  o  SIMILKAMEEN   DIVISION  OF YALE DISTRICT.  J.; J.  D., et al.  SIoiitKomei-y,  \V  Waterliiw,  Ci. S,  Htoeker,   CI.   IC   (Jnni'l Forks I'VuiL & Nursery Oonvsin.v  (Iriuiil Foil's  l*rnit it Nursery Company  lliiiislii'i'Kui-, .1.   13   I'oundiii'y Miiiina <t  Expl'n  Co   h'ordi', J.  \\'.,  U. S. Ji Ellen     Korde,  J.   U'���������   It.  S.  &, Kllen     Miller,  Mai-Kiiret   K   ("Irantl  Forks  l'"rult & N". Co   l'owers,   Thomas      I'owurs,   Thomas      Manly,  "M.   I.   "Walilron, I'M. and Sclinavely,    J   "McAdiim,   1-   Wrif-lit,   Thos,   A   Johnson.   Sidney   At   lUiundary Mlniiif- & Rx.l>.  Co   Korde,  .1.   U\,   1*.   S.   "i   Ellen   Ii row n,   Robert A   J.ori-m,  Clias   Fisher, .1. T��������� & llodlilns,  11   Ilardy,   Junius      Johnson,  Sidney M   Chrlstionsoii,  .Marie      Jolinson,   Olu     Clllpln,   It.   it .'   Crossen,   T.   Lindsay      Whiteside.   David      "Masslc,  Geo.   10   (Joss-rove, T.  13.. & McAstoeker ..  Williams,  W.  A.  ..'.   Carson,   Nelson J   Rowland,   John      irolford,   floor-re      llaiiulii'-'tnii,   II.   C   .1'arkei',  Coolcson  O., et al   "McQiKirrie,   Alurdoch      Tins Itolilnsnn  & Leiiuimo  Lumber  *'aur,   Robert      ���������Chrlstleiison,   .Mark      Lorent,   Clias   .fohnson,   Sidney  AC   .lardIno.   Harold      Tedesco,   John      Tedesco,   Antonio      Todd,  fl.   I!..  &. llutton,  F.   It   McXeice,   Alex   Craif-,  W.  XV   "Murray,   Tliif-li      COLUMBIA & WESTERN  I'art  I'art  I'art  t'art  I'art  I'art  ... I'urt  ...I'arl  ... i'art  ...I'art  ...I'art  ...I'urt  ...I'art  ...I'art  ...I'iu-i  ...l'url  ...I'art  ...l'url Lot  ...I'art  Lot  ,..I'art Lot  .,.1'urt  Lut  ...Lot  711,   U  ...I'urt   Lot  ...i'art  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lol  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lol  Lot  Lol  Lot  Lot  15:  2li'J,  did,  ;su,  SU,  302,  ���������122,  ���������121,  ���������125,  ���������171,  ���������11)7,  alt),  iii'J,  510,  51'J,  5M*,  XM,  512,  0117,  M7,  UfA,  1.  17,  ���������IU,  Lot U2'J, G. 1.  ,..i'url Lot Ml,  ...I'urt Lot UlU,  ...I'urt Lot D7U,  ... I'urt Lot U7U,  ...I'art Lot 970,  ... I'urt Lot 'Jill,  ...I'urt Lot U'U,  ,. I'art Lot U7U,  ..I'urt Lot 07U,  ..i'urt Lut lu57,  ..i'urt Lot l-l!> 1,  ..I'urt Lot 1G2J,  ..Lul IoH5, (j. i.  ..Lot 173'J, Ci. 1,  ..Lot 2022, Ci. I,  ..Fart Lol 202S,  ,.; Lut  2043,   0.   i.   Lot  2170,   O.   1.   Fart Lot 2a!)',   Lot 2053,   G.   1.   Fart Lol 2S0i),   i'art Lot 2&S"),  G.   Fart Lot 3072,  G.   I'art Lot 125 <*. G   Lot 71-2  S,   G.  1...   li 'A .Sec.  20,  Tp.  RAILWAY LANDS.  Co.  G.  CI.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  G.  (Oj.  G. 1.  G.  1,  (Oj.  G.   1  G.  1  CI.  G.  G.  G.  G.  Ci.  Ci.  G.  G  G.  (Oj  (O*  (Oj  G.  1  (Oj  (Oj   CI. I.  (Oj  (Oj.  G. L  1.  I.  1  (Oj   IO*   (Uj   (Oj   to;   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (OJ   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (O)   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   io*   (Oj   \0)'.'.'.'.'.  (Oj   '(JO)'.'.'.'.'.  (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (O)   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (Oj   (O)   (Oj....  (Oj   (O).  (Oj..  (Oj..  (Oj..  7'J.  liiiiindary  Lumher Co.  K'niKht,   lloraeu   10   Cu-if-rovo Ji McAstoeker     Ti-emlJlay,  Joseph     SUB-DIVISION  OF PORTIONS  "Massie,  Geoi'tfe   10   .\rassic,  George  10   Ji C.  &  W. Bv....Sulj-Lols 5 to 12, .Lot 'SKtf    Sub-Lot  I  of  Lot  a*!*!)    1 'art  Lut 20U.S      Fart Lot 2701     OF  LOTS 152, 153, 184, MAP 567.   Lol  1,   Block  3    Lot 2,  Flock 3   ....     2.53  .... in-i.oo  .... 150.00  .... 70.00  .... .50  .... 191.00  ... 123.00  ... 100.10  ... 2.00  ... 1O0.00  ... 2-1.00  .. ��������� 39.SG  ... 7.73  ... 23.00  ... 275.00  ... -1.00  ... 70.50  ... 335.00  ... 5.00  ... 2S(J.00  ... 320.00  ... 312.00  ... S.50  ... 315.00  ... 73.00  ... 117.50  ... 1.10  ... .35  .50  .50  ... 2.00  ... 2.00  ... .50  ... 17.20  ... 32.20  ... 9.01  ... 320.00  ... 100.00  ... 210.00  ... .S0.00  ... 320.00  ... 2-10.00  ... 31S.H0  ... US.00  ... 41.75  .'.. S5.S0  ... 100.00  ... 74.00  ... 2SS.03  ... 320.00  ..GO 19.03  .. 151.50  .. 43.U0  .. 330.50  7     $25.00  SUB-DIVISION  OF PORTIONS OF  LOTS 152 AND 327, MAP 888.  '),  l,  4,  liloek  l Mock  liloek  I "luck  Uluek  Nursery  Nursery  Nursery  (O),  Co....  Co....  Co....  Co....  Mushes,   I'M.   J   Clay.   Henry   .V   Ki't'linK',  Amanda   M   Holmes,   Mrs,  iNVttio     Holmes,   Mrs.  'Nettie      SUB-DIVISION OF  LOT 334  Grand   Forks   Fruit  & Niii'serv  Grand  h'urk.s  Fruit  ,Si  Grand   Forks   Fruit  <.t  Grand  Forks  Fruit  &  SUB-DIVISION   OF  Lawson,   Uohort      Lawson,   Uolitji't      Lawson,   Robert      Lawson,   Robert     Grand   Forks  Fruit & '.Nursery Co  SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION  1-IiiKlies,  Isaac   (Estate)      SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION   OF  Fnckley,  Mrs. ���������Marj-arct   Block  13   .  SUB-DIVISION   OF   PORTION   OF   LOT 700, G  1   3..  PORTION   OF  OF  Lot   Lot   Lot   Lot   Lot  MAP 523.   Flock   Hluek   Iilock  .. Hloek  LOT 497, G.  ..liloek    C   ..  ..liloek  ..liluek  ..Fiock  .. liloek  LOT 500, G. I. (O), MAP 140.  ..Flock  10,   W'tist part      LOT 535, .G. I. (O), MAP 110.  5.70  5.70  10.00  10.00  .10.00  s:m  9.50  II  Ifi  10  17  7  11  12  17  I. (0), MAP.  34.50  21. SO  10.SO  20.50  fl.07  '.1.71  11.26  S.Hl  10.07  fi.00  10.00  50.00  15.00  2.00  1.00  150.00  15.00  15.00  ���������1.00  0.00  137.50  3.00  3.00  10.00  10.00  5.00  10.00  5.00  15.00  1.50  2.00  1.00  .50  2.00  1.00  7.50  1.00  10.00  5.00  0.00  S.00  S.00  10.00  S.00  7.50  3.00  3.50  5.00  20.00  ���������100.00  S.00  1.50  7.50  3.50  3.50  5.00  5.00  5.00  ���������I. IHI  ���������1.50  2.50  1S.00  15.00  15.00  .35  MO  3. Wl  20.55  I.S. 15  9.00  1,20  ii.ua  1.W)  .70  .14  4.50  2.10  1.05  2.50  2.50  2.5(1  2.50  3.20  SI.12  .US  .0!)  .14  ,S2  .05  S.20  ���������S  .US  ��������� IS  0.'ll'l  .11  .14  .-10  .10  .45  ,50  .SO  .00  .12  .04  .03  .09  .01  ' '.04  .31  .01  45  .30  .OS  .;���������(*  .45  .10  .05  .13  .15  Ino  1S.0O  .(17  .31  .11  .1-1  .IS  .20  .11  .SO  .05  .05  .12  .12  .12  .12  .15  I.  (O), MAP 38.  "Manly,   L.  A.   .  FiiKoon,   O   Fim'eon,   G   Coy,   lOrnest   ...  Glaspcll,    I high  P'iW'OII,  Fat!  '(.���������Oil,  I-'aKctin,  Falcon,  F:if,'i!Ori,  F.'ik'eon,  J.  2,  1.  1.  0   liloek 7.  Flock S.  Block 9.  Block 10  Flock 11  Flock 15  Flock 10,   Lol 2,   Clock  1    Lots 3 and 4. Flock 3.   Lot  3,   liloek  4    Lot  1,   Flock  j\!     Luis  G.   ,. Lots  G J-u}s  rj. Lots  G.   ." Lots 3,   1,  G      ' Lots  3,  4,  G.   ..' Lots  3,  4.  ANACONDA TOWNSITE���������Being a sub-division of part of Sec. 32, Tp.  Kiithley,   IOwing .......Lot S,  Block 1..   Mickey.  Pat f-ot 9,  Block 1.   Tye    C   II      ....Lot li,  Block 1   Conksoii,   Wilfred. yLot 1,  Flock 2   1 Garland,   Mary --<Fot 3,  Bock 2   Anderson,   Mrs.   H.    ." .'..f������t 0,  Block J.;.........   Johnson,  S.  M. ��������� Lots 9 and 12   Block I   Ki-ij-htley,   IS-A-lns ........Lot 11,  Llock 2   "W'ilmshiirst,   Joseph    ......Lot 4,  Bock  i   Miller,  J. F.,  & Law, W. M Lot 9,  Block  A.   Norrls,   Chas  H Fot 12,  Bock   KelKhtley.' Ewinir :. fot 13,  Flock A   Ilammerle,  Thomas    ...Lot 1,  Block. 4...   Moore,   J.   W  Fot 2   Block  *������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������   Aspinwall,   Philip .........Lots S and 9,  Block 4   -Anderson,   John  P ....Lot  10    Flock  4.............   MoDonell    Chris Lots 12, 13 and 14, Block 4   Garland,   "Mary J-ots 1,  9, 11,  IA and 14, Flock -  70.  .Lots 1 to 0,  Block  ...Lots 1, 3, 4, 0, 10. 13 and 14. Block 9..  ...Lots 1, 2, 4 and 5, Block 10   ...Lots S and 9, Block 10 :...  ...Lots 1, 2, 3. S, 9, 10 and 12, Block 11.  ...Lot 5,  Block 11   Lots 1 and 2, Block 12   Thompson,   Dorothy  Garland,   Mary      Garland,   Mary,   &  McLenaffhan,  Jas.  Neitzel,   Elizabeth    "  Garland,: Mary   Garland,  T.  A   Miller. J. F., & Law, W. M.  ....:.   Garland.  Mary Lot 0.  Block 12   Kane, Mrs. Julia, A. ....Lots 10 and 11,  Block 13   Keightley,   Ewing    Lot -1,  Block 14   Johnson,  S. M. .Lots 11 and 12, Block 14   Garland    Mary Fots A, 1 to 5, 8 to 1-1 and li, Block 15..  Keightley,  Bwlng .........Lots 1, 2. 11 and 12. Flock 10   Newton,  W.  M. .................:....Fot 7,  Block-'(I.'.....  .Lots S,  Johnson,   S.   M.   ..........���������  Christian,   J.  L.   Hooper,  Edith  C.   Kerby,  Forbes 51   Anderson, John P.     Thompson,   Mrs. Dorothy  ..  Garland,   Mary   Dunn,   John      Garland,   T.   A.   Garland,   Mary      Kane,  Mrs. Julia A.  9 and 10, Block 10    Lot 13,   Block 10   ......Lot I.  Block 17    Lot 3,  Block  17 ���������;    Lot 7,  Block  17....   .....Lot 12,  Block 17    Lots 1, 2, 5 and 14, Block IS    Lots 1 and 14. Block 19..:..    West part lots S and 4. Block 22...   Lots 5, 0, 7, 13 and 14, Block 22....   West part Lots S. D and 10, Block  22.  Garland    Mary   .  L������t M.  Block 24.   Williamson.  John    ....Lots 1, 2. 8 and 9, Block 2S   Garland    Mary .Fot 5,  Block 2S   Garland    Mary ".'  .Lots 4, 5, 0, 7 and S, Block 29.....  Garland)   Mary Fots A, 1, 2, 5, li and 7, Block 31.  ANACONDA,  WESTERN   ADDITION, Map 97, being a sub-division of part Sec. 32, Tp. 70.  3.50  i.OO  "Del't  Taxes.  .IS  1.00  .50  .50  1.00  ' 1.00  .75  .75  1.00  .30  .50  .20  "oo  .30  ".40  ".30  .30  1.50  .SO  .30  1.10  3.55  7.00  .9S  1.90  1.S0  2.0S  .30  .CO  .30  .CO  .30  .50  1.05  1.20  .30  .90  2.50  .40  .30  .30  2.50  1.50  '   .45  .22  .70  1.05  .15  3.90  .15  .45  .45  $2.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.10  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.U0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.1KI  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  ' 1.00  1.00  l.OO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2. IX)  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  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ���������  2.00  2.00  $2S.l2  1.35  4.20  54.25  17. OS  3.00  5.14  23,17  20.'J7  2.05  102.20  17.0S  i7.i;s  u.iS  S.27  115.0'J  5.1-1  5.14  11.40  ���������  4.35  12.15  13.70  S.27  7.22  12.45  7.22  20.10  2.91  3.0S  2.01  1.53  3.09  1.74  1.14  3.0-1  9.84  3.01  12,15  7.22  S.27  10. Vj  30.3(1  I7.1S  10.30  32.20  ���������1.20  3.10  5.13  5.05  7.:'2  22.90  420.00  10.30-  3.57  !).Sl  5.01  5.01  CIS  (1.70  4.01  20. SO  17.05  17.05  ���������I.SS  '.(".<���������  -LI'S  ���������LI'S  5.35  5.01  School  Taxes.  .10  .12  .OS  .21  .OS  .50  32  JO  .00  i.'i2  .10  "ci  .40  .10  .5G  3.C0  2.50  .52  '.%  .SO  1.2S  .10  "ic  "is  .24  .50  .01  .10  .4S  .90  .20  .10  -.10  .90  .70  .24  .10  .30  "6s  1.50  .08  .40  2-1  Int.  .02  .04  .03  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .01  .03  .03  .02  .01  .01  .03  .01  .03  .01  .02  .01  -.02  .0.',  .02  .02  .10  .05  .02  .07  22  .'li  .07  .13  .12  .IS  .02  .03  .02  .03  .02  .03  .07  .OS  .02  .00  .15  .03  .02  .02  .15  .10  .03  .02  .05  .07  .01  .24  .01  .01  .03  Costs.  Total  1.00  1.40  1.00  2.01  1.00  -    1.53  ���������1.00  1.53  1.00  2.01  1.00  2.01  1.00  3.7S  1.00  1.7S  1.00  2.01  1.00  3.7S  1.00  1.7S  .Lots 1  . Lots 1  .Lots  .Lots  .Lots  . Lots  . Lots  .Lots  .Lot 1  to   0,  Block  to 10,  Block 13   to 10.  Block 20"   to   9, Block 27   to   0,  Block 2S   to 10. Block 29   to 10. Block 39   to'10. Block 40   to   3.  Block 41.....  Block 42   to  10,  Flock 43   to 10, Flock  It   to 10. Flock 49   to   !).  Block 50   to    0,  Block 51   to 10,  Flock 52   to 10. Block 53   to   4, Block 54   Block  55   to 10,  Block 5������   to 10,  Block 57   ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION,  Map 115, being a sub-division of Lot 914, G. I. (O).  Merand,  W.   K Fot C,  Block 1  2.50 .SO  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, Map 19,  being  a sub-division of part of Lot 429, G. I. (O).  Marrls, James A Lot 2������,  Block 2...         1.50  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, Map 90, being a sub-division of part Lot 1612, G. I.  Williams,   Bert    Lot 9.  Block 1  .40       .... no     \ (Ji  Williams.  G.  M Lot 11.  Flock   1  1.00       .... 'oi       1 on  Fowls,   O.   10 Lots 1,  2,  3,   Block 2        Jfi.oo       .... V? "u  Lewis,  K  C Lot 3.   Block  4  1.00       .... 'n.        ion  Shlllcock.  XV.   A Lot 5,  Block U  2.00       .... 09       1 00  BOUNDARY   FALLS,  CHRISTIENSON'S ADDITION, Map 135, being a sub-division of part Lot 931, G. I. (O).  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  < larland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Garland,  Mary    Lots  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary-  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary-  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary  Mary-  Mary  Lots  . Lots  ....Lots  ....Lots  .'...Lots  ....Lots  ....Lots  ....Lots  ....Fot 1,  ....Lots 1  ....Lots 1  .30  .50  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .50  25  !���������������  .50  .50  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .50  .50  .10  .10  .10  .14  .10  ,1C  .1������  .10  .01  .02  .10  .10  .10  .11  .10  .10  .10  ,0C  .02  .10  .10  .02  .03  .0.1  .03  .02  .03  .03  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .03  .03  .02  .03  .03  .01  .01  .03  .03  .15  .07  1.00  1.00  .'!.���������������  ���������Sl-Idn.il.  -8.   R Lot   3,   Flock  II Tf,  Johnson,  S. J Lot 12,   Block  F.,..  2.50  CARSON TOWNSITE, Map 39, being  a sub-division of part of Lot 517, G. I. (O).  Nelson, F. F. Lot 1. Flock C  .25        .12  CASCADE TOWNSITE, Map 8, being  a sub-division of parts of Lots 268, 269 and 313, G. I. (O).  .25  Schmltt, Marf-ucrito   Lot 10,  Block 3..  Clements,   Anna West >/a Lot 2, Floe); 11   Clements,   Anna .South  >A Lot 7,  Flock 15   "WatcHow, O. S Lots 1 to 12, Flock 2S   McCrae,   Roderick    Lot 4.   Block  20   Wlllcox,  W.  B Lot 11,  Block 32   CHRISTINA'TOWNSITEr Map 50, being a sub-division of part  Lot 317, G.I. (O).  CoHKrnvo,  T. I?., & McAstockcr,  C.  J....Lots 7 to 10, Flock 10    DEADWOOD TOWNSITE, Map 73, being a sub-division of part Lot 620, G.I. (O).  Fothwell,  A.   CV  Lot 15,   Flock  9   Kerby,   Forbes   M.    Lots D and  10,   rilnck l-l   Carman,   Goor/re    Lots 1,1 and 14,  Block 18   McMillan,   Isabella Lots 13 and 14, Block 19   DENORO TOWNSITE, Map 103, being a sub-division of part Lot 1568, G. I. (0).  GustafHon,   Axel    Lot \,  Block 13   Cunningham,  J.  V.   , Lots 12 nnd l.'i. Flock 18   Jolinson,  Andrew   .Lot II,  Block IX   /  .25  i'.do  .20  ,50  1.25  .50  3,25  3.00  .01  .03  .81  ".ii  .48  1.20  .%  3.12  3.28  .1!)  .08  .03  .11  .02  .02  .01  .01  .01  .04  .02  .01  .11  .07  .30  1.00  l.OO  1.1)0  1.00  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  l.OO  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  1.09  l.'J9  1.52  1.30  1.2!)  l.NX  2.01  US  1.11  2.02  3.(.fi  2.!i3  7.07  cm  1.19  LOS.  Name of Person Assessed.  Short  Description   of Property.  go  P ro  'A ������i  ��������� e  1 ro  ��������� 3  a o  2 u c  "So  &*-l  O  EHOLT TOWNSITE, Map 71, being a sub-division  of part Lot 1223, G.  I.  (o).  McMaster,  J.  A Lots 3 and-4, Blocks '....,  McArthur,   Flln.    '.....Lot 10,  Block 3   Fholt  Trading  Co Lots 13 and 14, Block 4   Stuart,   Alexander    Lot 19,  Block 4   Cauliield,  J.  J Lot 20, Block -1   Baile-/,   Fd Lot 22,  Block I '   Larson,   W Lo*ts 20,and 21, Block 5   ���������McOrmond,   Samuel    Lot 22, Block 5    McMaster,   J.  A Lots 11 and 12,  Block 0   McOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 23 land 24,  Block 0   Moore,   .Enoch    Lot .7,  Block 33   Mather.  W.   K. Q Lot 10,  Block 13   Hailey,  Fd Lots 13, 14 and 15, Block 13   McOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 23 and  2-1.  Block 13   McMaster,   J.  A Lot 2,  Block 14   McAstoeker,   Mrs.  Vina   Lot 5.  Block 14   McOrmond,   Samuel    Lots .11 and 12, Flock 14   McOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 1, 2 and 3,  Flock 15   McOrmond,   Samuel    Lots 9 and 10,   Block 23.  McOrmond,   Samuel  Allen, Geo. W   .Fahey,  L.. & A   Chrlstianson,   Jacoli      GLOSTER CITY TOWNSITE  Uultbn, Frank a Toclu*. G. B  &��������� Todd, G.  & Todd, G.  5.50  2.00  F50  1.50  1.00*  5!6o  1.75  3.00  4.25  3.25  FOO  3.75  6.50  4.00  4.25  1.00  2.50  .75  17.48  -.38  19.38  i.W  '   2.47  1.14  .7G'  4.05  3.S0  1.33  2.2S  35.5S  .95  1.G2 ^  2.S5  4.3S  3.01  3.23  .70  .57  Mutton,  Mutton,  lili-ney,  ILutlon,  llutton,  Towc,.  Frank  Frank  C. A.  Franl-  Frank  Willlam  F..  B..  Toik'l,  1'odcl,  Todd,  Todd,  Matheson,   Nell   .  Mutton,  Frank it  Mutton,  Frank it  Mutton, Frank & Todd.  HENDERSON'S  O'Brien,   F.    II   Kouinxon,   W.  F   KiiiRSlon,   C.  M   O'lirioii,   F.   l-l   McNEE'S ADDITION  Fi'iKSlon,   C.   M   lionner",  Jas T   l'ashleii-h,   Waller      RUCKIE'S ADDITION  Sloner,   Mi's. 'Nettie      Buckle,   F.  &   R   Buckle,   F.  it   F   McLellan,   Norman      Faker,   Wilfred      McDoilk'nll,   AiiKUS   13.   ...  Clark,   A.   Ti   MIDWAY TOWNSITE,  Fussell,   J   Harton,   F.   W   Clarkson.  A.  li   Nelson,   J.   W   Sawyer,  C.   A   Mace,    10   Orinio,   Otto     Mesl-or,  A.   C   Mesker, Mrs. -Edith    Albi,   J.   &   S   Masslo,   G.   F   .Stephenson,   F.   l-l.   Munro,  D.  t).,  & Law, W  Yuill,   S.   Barry      Macaulay  Ji  Keltfhtlej-   ..  Sater,   Andrew      Mesker,  A.   C   Mangott,   Steve      "Wilson,  Herbert G   Bailey,   K   Hamlin,   Herbert      Mesker,  A.   C   Smith, J.  C   Walker,   Homy      Wickham, -C   Monro,  Mrs. Mary    Clarkson,   A.  II   Foles,  F.   C   Kerbv,   Forbes M.      Korbv,  Forbes M   Lots 1 and 7,  BJock 24   Lots 3 and 4,  Block 24 '.    Lot  10.   Block  24 '....'    Lots 21 and 22, Block 24   Map 323, being a sub-division of part Lot 3672, Q. |   Lots 2 to 9, Block 1    Lots 2 to S, Block 2 .'     '   Lots 1, 0, S, 9 and 10, Block 3..'.    Lots 4 and 5,  Block 3 '.    Lots 1 to 10,  Block S   ..." Lots 3 lo 20, Block (!....'    Lot  2,  Flock 7    .";   Lets 3 and 4,   Flock 7    Lots 0 and 14 ro 20,  Block 7    Lots 1, 2, S, 9 and U to 20, Block 8      '"'   Lots 1 to 4, 0 to 10 and 13 to 20, Block 10....',,  GRAND FORKS, Map 156, being a sub-divisi0n   Lots 12 and 13,   Flock 9    .' Lots 1 to 7, Block 10    Lois 10 and li. Block 10 :    Lots 12 to .17.  Block 10 ". ;","'  GRAND   FORKS,  Map 128, being a sub-division of part Lot 382, G.   Lots 1 to 10 and 13 to 20, Block 1  ���������   1 75   '   '. Lots 1 to S,  Flock 3       ' i'oo   Lots II,  15 and 10,   Block 3 '.'..'.'.'.      I   .37  TO GRAND  FORKS, Map 36,. being a sub-division of part Lot 534, G. I. (O)  li..  B..  F..  F..  13..  ADDITION  TO  TO  ��������� (O).  -1.-10  1.23  .SS  1.25  1.75  3.15  '   .03  1.25  1.40  , 2.-15  2.98  of part  .25  ���������SS  2.75  Lot 382,  .70  .02  1.12'  .09  .09  ���������IS  .12  .OS  .IS  .40  .14 '  .24  .S9  .10  .OS  ',04  .30  .44  .31  ��������� .31  .OS  .12'  .00  .00  ,.05  .04  .05  .OS  .14  .03  .05  .OG  .11  .14  G. I.  .01  .13  .03  (O).  .OS  .01  .02  Lot 12,   Block 7   Lots 19 and 20.  Flock 9    Lots 9 and 10, Block 12    Lots 14 and 15,  Block 12    Lots 2 and 3, Block 21    .' Lots I to 10.  Block 20    Lot 0.  Flock 29 .'";  Map 3, being a sub-division of part Lot 501, G. I. (q).   Lot 9,  Block 17    Lot 3,  Flock IS    Lots 7 and S, Block IS    Lots 20 and 21,  Block 19    Lot 3,  Block 20 '    Lot S.  Block 25    Lot B, Block 28    Lot  3,   Block 29    Lots 4, 5, 0,  Block 29    Lots 7 and S, Flock 33    Lot 10,   Flock  33    Lot  21,   Block  33   .   M Lot  4,   Flock   34    Lol  7,   Flock  35    Lot 3,   Block 3(1    Lot 4, and  Fast part of 21, Block 30    Lots 9 and  10,  Block 30*    Lots 15 and 10, Block 30    Lots 17 and IS,   Block 30    Lot 22,  Block 30    Lot  22,   Block  37    Lots 1 lo 0, Block 41    Lots 11 and 12,  Block 45    Lots 10 and 17, Flock 45    Lot 19,   Flock 45    ��������� Lot  22,   liloek 45    -.'.' Lots 2 and 3, Flock 40    Lot  21,  Block   IS    Lots 23 and 24. Block 4S    Lots 5 and 0, Block'71 ",*".'  sub-division  .25  .08  .S7  3.00  5.50  11.13  .50  .03  .04  .14  .25  .00  .02  l.OO'  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  3.00  l.OO  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  (O).  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  ��������� 19.27  1.40  27.00  3.09  . 2.99  5.15  .3.70  2.S1  5.23  10.20  ' "4.22  6.52  21.72  3.30  2.70  2.04  7.90  11.12  8.1,5  . 8.82  2.8!  3.02  2.3S  2.40  ��������� 2.2S  1.92  2.30  2.S3  ' 4.29  3.S0 '  2.30  2.40  ' 3.50  4.12  1.25  '  1.32  3.SS  1.7S  2.S3  2.04  1.39  1.25  1.71  1.91  4.14  0.75  12.1*3  1.52  WANTS. Etc  Farm for Sale.���������A 160 acre  farm near Bridesyille, 35'acres  under cultivation and 20 more  about ready Nfor breaking-, up.,  90 acres available for cultivation  and the balance- good pasture  land. For further particulars  apply K. T. Lowery, Greenwood.  For Salf. ��������� .One team .of  horses, Percheron bays, three and  four years old. Well matched,  and -weigh'about 1,350 pounds  each; Apply to O. P. Olson,  Ferry, Wash.1  of  part  (O).  1.75  3.05  .12  1.00  3 (tn  .25  .15  1.00  1.40  2.50  1.50  .18  1.00  5.18  .ro  .30  .04  1.00  l.S-l  .15  1.00  1.15  2.00  * . . .  .09  1.00  3.09  .   .25  .15  ., , ,  1.00  1.10  , , ,,  .30  3.00  3.TO  . t ..  ,3.00  .13  1.00  4.13  fi.OO  .20 '  3.00  7.20  3.0O  3.S0  OO  3.00  0.02  1.50  .90  .11  1.00  3.51'  1.95  .09  1.00  3.01  ....  .38  1.00  1.1-lS  .50  .30  ,     .01  1.00  1.81  .90  .04  1.00  1.9-1  .CO  .03  1.00  1.03  "     1.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.00  .75  .03  1.00  1.7S  .03  .37  '     .01  1.00  2.01  .30  ....  1.00"*  *  1.30  2.25  .10  1.00  3.35  2.00  3.20  .14  1.00  4.31  ....  3.30  .14  1.00  4.14  ....  .30  1.00  1.30  .50  .30  .01  1.00  LSI  1.00  .00  .07  1.00  2.C7  .50  .30  .01  l.OO  .3.81  5.50  3.30  .40  3.00  30.20  3.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.09  Lot 501,  G. 1.  (O).  .75  '    .45  ,05  1.00  2.S*  .75  ....  .03  1.00  1.78  1.25  .75  .09  1.00  3.19  .50  .30  .04  1.00  LSI  Lost.���������On the road between  Rock Creek and Midway, a Smith  & Wesson, 32 calibre revolver, 6  shots to barrel. Suitable reward.'  Apply to. Ledge office or .C..P.  Sjolander, Phoenix.  Wanted.���������A strong work horse'  for winter, a good home provided  with  plenty of feed.    Apply F.  Haussener, Box 4, Greenwood.  -Wanted.���������A man handy with  horses and plow, six weeks job,  apply stating wages required to  F, Haussener, Box 4 Greenwood.  BOOMS   TO   LET  Iii the -Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  .03  1.00  1.1.1  MIDWAY TOWNSITE, SOUTH ADDITION, Map 42, being a  Stooke, Miss M.  CI '. Lot 2,   Flock  2   Stooke,   Chas ' Lot 3,  Flock 2   Clarkson   A.  F. Lots 5 and 0,  Block 4   MaiiROtt,   Steve    Lol 4,   Block 21   NIAGARA TOWNSITE, Map 53, being a sub-division of part Lot 1261, G. I.  Oats,   Mark    Fots 9, 12, 14, 15 and 10, Block 0 jj  PHOENIX TOWNSITE, GRANBY ADDITION, Map 60, being a sub-division 0f parts 0f Lots 894   922  933   589   G   I  (O). '    -   - '       '       '  Belles,  W.  M Lots S and !), Block 0  - 2 50  "Mnrrin.  Thompson  Co Lot  12,  Block 22  2.00  Finnish  Socialist Society   Lots 1 and 2,  Block 28  20 00  Thompson.  .1.  F. W Lot 4, Flock 29 ���������  4.00 *  Baldwin. Tim  (Rstnte)    Lot  1.  Flock 31 .'.  15-  Tul'ls,   Sarah   (Estate)    Lots 5, IS, S and 10, Block 31  55-  Jones,   William    Lot 7.   Flock  31  2.'(M  Oliver,   Tl Lot 11, Flock 31  -     So  .Tutilla.   Andrew    Lot 12 and Fast % 13, Block 31  9 ">'>  Viol-,   R.   0 Lot IG,  Block 31  j 5-  Morrlson,   K.  J Lot  1,   Block  B  3.00  PHOENIX.  NEW YORK ADDITION, Map 58, being a sub-division of Lot 901, G.  I. (O).  Smith,   K.   J Fot   fi.   Flock   2  2.00  "Maki,   Andro    Fast V4 Lots 1 and 2, Block 7  ;���������<*-  Sakrlnsnn,  Salmon   West >���������' Lots 1 and 2, Block 7  300  Tirocl-iwldf-e,  Ceo.  E Lots 19 and 20. Block 7  200  Ivlns,  T.  "\7artln    : Lot I.  Flock 8 .\  10o  Farnet,  Mrs.  M.  F Lot 9,  Block S :  ,75  PHOENIX, GOLDEN   EAGLE ADDITION,  Map 184, being a sub-division of pari Lot 921, G. I. (O),  .11  1.00  3f1  .09  1.00  ���������  a/a  .90  1.00  21.ro  .IS  1.00  5.JS  .07  1.00  2.57  .25  1.00  0.75  .09  1.00  3.09  .03  1.00  1.5.1  .10  1.00  331  .07  1.00  S f,7  .13  1.00  , 4.13  .09  i?bo  *'9  .14  1.00  4.39  .13  1.00  4 13  .09  1.00  3.t!l  .05  1.00  ���������?. 05  .03  3.00  I.7S  St. Jude's Anglican Church.  Services: Holy Communion 8  a. 111. ist and 3rd Sundays in this  month; Matins, ri a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School,  2:30 p. in.  Rev. Frauklin Watson, Vicar.  ANNUAL MEETING  The postponed Annual General Meeting of the Greenwood City Water Works  Co. will be held in the Company's office  al Greenwood, on Thursday the 17th day  of October 1912 nt 10 o'clock in the morning, for the transaction of the general  business of the Company and the election  of a Board of Directors.  ROBERT G. HARGREAVES,  Acting Secretary.  Hushes.  A.  J Fot 4,  Block 2  Fossland,  B.   C,  September 2nd,  1912.  .50  .02  1.00  1.52  J. KI.RTCUP,  Collector,  Rossland Assessment  District.  Greenwood FEED Store  A CARLOAD  OF OLD OATS  Just  Arrived  Adams & Brown, Props.  I PHONES        -   -    5L and 5R  Ireland  has 2,000,000 acres of  peat deposits.  Making Hanging Pleasant  London, Eng.���������In a paper read  before the British Association of  Science, entitled "Hanging Without Tearp," Frederick Johns discussed the subject as an art.  He said: "If you are going to  hang a man, you might as well do  it properly. The Anglo-Saxons  I have a great love for hanging and  the science of it has greatly improved. The hanging of tho Thames  pirates once formed one of the  most popular sights of gay London  and there was great disappointment among the inhabitants when  the pirates were no longer allowed  to be hung in chains." Dr. Johns  illustrated his lecture with skulls  and sketches of gibbets.  .. He is  virtue.  ill clothed that is bare of  Great modesty often bides great  merit.  REAL ESTATE MANIA   .  The Vancouver Truth says that  the sucker who puts his money in  CoquitJam, Hardy- Bay or Port  Moody deserves to lose it. Tho  Truth is after the real estate sharks  strong. Real estate gambling has  become a great evil. In the north  Granby Bay ia being advertised as  a coming town with lots at from  8200 to *3S0O. At present there is  nothing on the townsite, except  two houses of ill-fame, one a tent  and tbe other a board shack.  THE CANNING SEASON IS NOW ON  . Fancy Crawford Peaches  Fancy Tomatoes  Bartlett Pears  Apples, Best  Cantaloupes   -  Watermelons  95c Box  85c   "  $.1 50 Box  $1 00    "   ,  60c Doz. '  2c per pound  645  JJERE are two  smart and  snappy styles ,in 3  button Sack Suits  for fall wear.  They emphasize  Fit-Reform's position as the leader  of the Canadian  world of fashion.  Men who want  something extra  good in style and  value, should see  the new fall styles  in Fit-Reform  Suits.  BROWN'S, - FERRY, - WASH.  *QQ+4><r<rt*<rd*>*>9*>$*>*}*>*>*>tr4M<fr:"W  W. ELSON,  Greenwood, B. C.  ft THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA'.  I  t  TEMPERANCE  is all right if shorn of humbuggery.  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 j  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  ��������� the  closet   for   emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden ill- ,.���������  ness, when'a drop of pure liquor &  in time may forestall all necessity ?  for drugs.  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical ':.M^le^��������� .    R    p  Department in the Interior.    neiSOB,    D.  <U.  Greenwood Liquor Company, Importers, Greenwood, B. &  ������<&*������Hm}������X-<K������!������'>:������X������>>-^^  TUNING'  Mr. Charles E. King will visit  Greenwood at an early date. Leave  orders for guaranteed pianoforte  tuning at White's Drug Store.  ��������� i  m  We are the only manufacturers of wire wound  wooden pipes between, the Atlantic and Pacific,  These pipes will stand any reasonable pressure,  and when filled with water and covered with  earth they will last over a thousand years. They  will not break even when water in them is frozen  solid, Cheap pipes for irrigation purposes and a  higher priced pipe that will stand any.pressure,  WATTSBURG LUMBER CO,  WATTSBURG, B, C.  ^^s^s^s-rs-^s^sss^^^-r-^-^^  Plumber  and Tinner  I have taken over the  McArthur shop and am  prepared to execute all  orders for plumbing and  tinsmithing. Get your  ftov-'s in condition before the snow flies.   ,  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  GEORGE CLERF.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have'adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  (30 days): $5.oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) #7.50  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) ". ������7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (go  days) '..: , #10.00  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  John   JVtel^ellai  Proprietor.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  PROCTOR, B, G  fl  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. 'Shops in nearly all the  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.,  I COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C. I  $.. ���������       ' . i  %  My store will close at the end of this  month, and I am giving bargains in dry goods  every day, The stock and store fixtures I will  sell at any time at a great bargain, This is an  excellent opportunity for any merchant who  wishes to continue the business,  MRS. W. LAKELAND  ^mmimmmnmmmmmmimwfflttmimflnmjifflmrag  1 Greenwood to Phoenix Stage ���������  ���������E: Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. ������|  ii~ Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. =2  C: GREENWOOD OFFICE  CLUB CIGAR STORE =3  |h. m. laing, proprietor g  fmmmmmmmmmmiimmimmi  Bg������9������������������soog������cea������a9������oco������������������������aoaooeecactf������8������e&08Q*ooe  YOU Are Invited  ���������miim im���������.���������W..I��������� .���������������������������-. ���������,..��������� ,,,|.|m;i|���������|r,'M1jy1^^>11M������������������������l'"������i"'-..������������������  TO ATTEND THE TENTH ANNUAL  NELSON  SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 26 and 27  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine    8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363-43  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 uow 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  aud muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and nietalic  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.  .O  SftO  KJMiaitt Boyd, Proprietor,  :     :      fialcyon, B. g. g  LEDGE ADS. BRING RESULTS  ���������  a  ���������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO., NELSON.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE*NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  t  nil  ARE A 1 QUALITY  The BRILUANTES  Are the Best Clear llavanosln Canada-  Mado by Union Labor In the best II y.  ' jrlenlc Factory In the country.   Call for  tueni and tret value for your money In-,  stead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Clear  Factory, New Westminster.B.C.  ASSAY BR  E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and  Chemist, Box Biio8, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $1 each. Gold-Silver, or Silver-Lead,  #1.50. Prices for. other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  STARKEY & GO.  NELSON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS..  PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  ;Mfillill|]i  .XGursion  To principal points in Eastern  Canada and United States  Tickets arc; Flrst-class'and will, be on Sale  May 17,18. 24, 29: June 1, 6,7,8,13, H,  IS, 17,18,19, 20, 21,24, 25, 27. 28. 29,  and many other dates In July, August and  September. Limited to ,15 days on going  Journey, c Good to return until October 31st.  Stopovers allowed.. '���������'  Greenwood and Kootenay points to  Special Free Attractions ������������������-���������-������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������--���������--������������������  DAILY  AEROPLANE  FLIGHTS  N    .   from the Fair Grounds  PAUL & LEROY    -    Comedy Horizontal Bar Act  ISHIKAWA   TROUP  OF   JAPANESE  THE IDIANIS TROUP of Five Beautiful.Girls  HORSE  RACING - ROCK DRILLING  Log. Sawing and Chopping  Reduced Rates on All Transportation Lines  Single Fare Round Trip  A. D. Emory  President  G. Horstead, Secty  P. 0. Box 392, Nelson. B. C.  msm  Grand Forks to be a  HMWWHtM-t-maBB-B  Divisional Point  Would you like to-invest iu a good paying-business in Grand Forks?    Well, here is your chance:  Frache Bros., the well-known florists, propose to  incorporate as a Joint Stock Company, to enlarge their  greenhouses.    A limited number of shares still left.  Write for our prospectus.    Do it now.  FRACHE BROS. - COLUMBIA, B. C  WINNIPEG   TORONTO ...  MONTKEAI-,,  St. JOHN, n;  St. PAUL....'....  CHICAGO   NEW YORK-  BOSTON  ...  B.  ....$60.00  :..;������������������ 91.50  ... 105.00  .., 120.00  ;..! 60.00  ...:, 72.50  .'.-��������� 108.50  .... 110.00  *:':::::*::.     ���������^wnii'SKSifei-U-^yrWtt --*'rTO'-**;^fc{P&������93^^  ys^-'^^w'tf*"--:::;::  Ask your local C.P.R. Ticket Agent  for particulars regarding routes, limits,  stopovers', etc., and for excursion fares  to other points.  E. R. REDPATH,  Ticket Agent, ���������  Greenwood, B, C.  J. A. McDONALD, ���������  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B. C.  '������������������^.������������������l-.'Jl'ii'fiiiiij^S  '���������Jj!.:-.'!$:������i?t*-w>JJ  xtjiSrWiliWin  l!$-i-|i$  \  V  M-s. SPOKANE     ._  \    Invites you io Ike  SPOKMEgrSFAIR  .The Hand Empires Holiday  '/Seven c/ay& and six niMslcf  ecjuda/jan ohd omt&emeni; ���������  Somelhmd io jirfere$iev^w������&Q  RedatiecfRoJlw^Rcrfe&   ~  Vttio h> Rebr. H Cos'jpovd. pecy for Premium. IMmi \  ii  ������������������ii::  lip  i  >>.'<.>���������  O.K. CIGAR STORE  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Pipe .Fittings of all  kinds.  Pipes  Repaired  ou  Short Notice.  J. NANKEttVIS  -  PROPRIETOR  A SITTING of the County Court ot Yale will  "    he liolden ut the Court Ifouso, Greenwood,  on Tuesday the lith day of November, 11)12, at  eleven o'clock in the foronoon.       "   '  By order,  WALTER DEWDNEY,  KcBiatrnr C. C. of Y.  ���������������:-���������:������������������:������������������  ���������"���������" ���������  ���������'  ���������:������������������:������������������:-:������������������:������������������:������:������������������������������������>*:������������������:���������������������������:-:-:������:������������������:-:������������������>-:*  your Razors Honed  and Your Baths at  GREENWOOD,  <-<~X.������X-**.X������>.X~X������X"M~X~XMX">  ���������J* ������5* ic" t^* t5* itf* tAr* fc?* v9* <5* (J* li** W* ttf* t3* <av* tcJ*  5 T.    THOMAS t  ys CLOTHES CLEANED *  ��������������� PRESSEDCAND REPAIRED ^  5 TAILOR - GREENWOOD t  tjr* ^T* %2* <*?��������� ^J* *Ar* l3��������� l^V %p& i3& Ic��������� lAr? ifjRl JV W* %A^* W  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  ^OAL mining rights of UicNDoininiou,  ^"^ in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of British  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $x an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a' fee of #5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but. not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of Jfio.oo an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  nelson, B. 0.  XV. V. WKLXS, Proprietor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room, First-class  bar and barber shop.  . 'Bus meets all trains.  -A  ���������ft  K  fc  -ft  *s  *$  ���������-^ Saturday  last    stage    leaves  t^ Mother Lode 6 p. m.   Returning,  ^ leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  **.    *% Greenwood Office  w -S  ^ NORDEN    HOTEL J  (5* fcjw t������������ ������7������ le* t3& O* tSri t3* *?* O* tJ* O* t2r* tj* t3* w>*  Leaves Mother Lode  9,30 a. m..  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  in.  8:30 p.   m.  In the Matter of the Estate of Gorman  West, late of Bull Creek, West Fork  Kettle    River,    British    Columbia,  Deceased..  NJOTICE is hereby given that all per-  ' "    sons having claims against the late  Gorman West, who died on pr about the  8th day of July, 1912, are required to furnish particulars thereof to   the   undersigned, duly verified.  And that after the ist day of October,  1912, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased  among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which  he shall then have had notice.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 25th  day of July, 1912.  A. S. BLACK  Executor.  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTEL   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Plans.  PI'.'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.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  FKOEISTIX      B.   O.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks-at  all hours.  M 0.  &  Props.  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  ,B. C,  The   Really Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Uprto-Date".  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BO YER  PROP.  NELSON HOUSE  NELSON.  TENDERS WANTED  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J. McDO NELL, Proprietor  Tenders will be received up to Oct  5th next for the construction of a mining  tunnel 4 feet in the clear, C ft. 3 in. high,  600 ft. long, more or less, to be timbered  where necessary���������limestone formation.  Outfit will be furnished to responsible  parties who cau give bonds.  Distance from Tulameen City, 21 miles,  The company reserves the right to reject any and all bids.  Further information may be obtained  from W. B. Doruberg, Tulameen.  Address tenders to  J. D. NEWMAN, Spokane, Wash.  (Care of M. A. Gunst. Co.)  Treasure Mountain Silver Lead Co.  Tulameen, B. C, Aug. 28, 1912.  LIQUOR ACT,  Section 35  1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the  15th day of October next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for the grant of a iicense  for the sale of liquor by retail in and upon  the premises known as the Carmi hotel,  situate at Carmi, B. C, upon the lands described as Lot B, subdivision of Lot 2,360,  group 1, Similkameen Division of Yale  District, B. C��������� Plan 109.  Dated this 5th day ot September, 1912,  M. FERROUX  J. C. FERROUX  '\ntwntvti9  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. hi. Charles Russell.  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  HE DID NOT ADVERTISE.  Breathes there a man with soul so dead,  Who never to himself has said:  'My trade of late is getting bad,  I'll try another ten-inch ad !"  If there be, go mark him well,  For hiui.no bank account shall swell,  No angels watch the golden stair,  To welcome home the millionaire.  The man who never asks for trade,  By local line, or add displayed,  Cares niore for rest than worldly gain,  And patronage but gives him pain.  Tread lightly, friends; let no rude sound  Disturb his solitude profound,  Here let him lie iu calm repose,  Unsought except by men he owes.  And when he dies, go plant him deep  That nothing may disturb his sleep,  Where no rude clamor may dispel  That quiet that he loved so well.     ������  And that the world may know its loss  riace on 11 stone a wreath of moss,  And on a stone abovo "Here lies  A fossil, who did not advertise."  The worat   wheel of   the   cart,  makes tho most, noise.  Love, cough and a amoke cannot well be hid.  European Plan.  Cafe open day and night.   Bar.  Merchant's lunch 12 to 2.  W. A. WARD  Phone 27.  PROPRIETOR.  P. O. Box 597.    .  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 district cheerfully furnished.  Stage line to Oroville, and  steamer on the lake.  ARN0TT & H1NE  Proprietors  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood anil within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Healed 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 Ilotel Co  J. E, Cartier, Mgr.  In the Supreme Court or British Columbia  In the Estate of Edward Gcorec Warrca  Deceased  ALL persons having claims against the  estate of Edward George Warren, who.  died in Greenwood, B. C, on the <|th dny  of July, 1912, are required to send particulars of the same, duly verified, to the  undersigned, on or before the 15II1 day of  October, 1912; and all persons indebted  to the said deceased are required to pay  such indebtedness forthwith to the undersigned. After the said 15th day of October, 1912, theArlniinistratrix will proceed to distribute the estate of the said  deceased among the persons entitled  thereto, having regard only to the clnims  of which she shall then have notice.  Dated lliis 31st day of July, igr2.  ' ALEXANDER W. STRICKLAND,  Merritt, 11. C,  .  Attorney-in-fact for Wilhelniinu Agnes  Warren, the Administratrix of the snid  estate; T 7 "  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������   THE   LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and cau be traced to many parts of  the earth. 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 Cauada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  iu advance.  R.   T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND 'FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, SEPTEMBER 26, 1912.  A. blue mark horo indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that tho editor would onco more  liko to commune with your collateral.  BLOW YOUR HORN  It, pays to blow your horn by  jidvertising in the papers. You  may know what yon have to sell,  but others do not unless yon tell  them. The Gleichen Call talking  upon this matter says:  "The other day a man from  the States arrived in Gleichen,  and among other things said he  was surprised to see some of the  businesses   represented  in Gleichen.    "Do you know" said he,  "I could not  understand  from  the paper you have been printing,  why some  businessess were not  represented in your advertising  columns that I now see.   The fact  is,   I bought a lot of things in  Calgary that have not been mentioned by your advertisers for  months, I mean ever since I subscribed last year.    I am a farmer  now,  but was once in business,  and for the life of ine I cannot  see how people expect to do business without at least mentioning  their wares in the local paper.  In a new  country like this, I  don't see how they expect to do  business unless they advertise the  goods they handle.    I would not  think of it even back  in the old  se'ttled states,   and every wideawake farmer carefully reads the  local paper for months before he  settles in a new country. I heard  you  Canadians were slow and I  am sorry I shall have to write  back to my friends, in some respects    you    are.     But   I   am  mighty glad I can say you are  making good in the farming line  and in some others.    Your business men, however should wake  up  to the fact that farmers are  readers and   do   business with  those   who.  properly   represent  their wares to us."  Foi' somo  timo  to  come  many  babies in B. C. will be called Duke.  Tun hand that takes tho pot, is  tho hand that rules tho poker game.  Many an Irishman has become  great, after he left Ireland.  It is well known that a house  divided must soon fall, so must a  country when it ib filled with all  kinds of warring sects, factions  and combines. Harmony is highly  necessary in many things besides  music.  Just three months to Christmas,  and Santa Clans has not yet loft the  North Pole. He will probably  come in a flying machine as reindeer stages have become too slow  for this age.  The Doukhobors are beginning  to love money, and somo of them  have been known to walk 19 miles  to save 85 cents.  Thinking Themes  What people want is climax.  Money, work, play and war taste  good only as they supply needed  climaxes.  The boy who is playing out behind my house stops every once in  awhile and lets out a blood-curdling  yell, apropos of nothing at all. Tho  little girl jumps up and down and  screams. That is what they call  fun. And it is the only kind of  fun there is.  Human nature is full of gunpowder It must explode occasionally.  Man's progress is similar to that  of an automobile, by a series of explosions.  In primal days he went out and  wrestled with bears.  History is a series of war. The  dull populace enjoyed cutting one  another's throats, "to relieve the  pressure."  It is the peril of risk that makes  business attractive. It is the edge  of ruin that keeps the gambler going. It is the climax of living  that lures the drunkard. It is  ecstasy that thrills the saint.  In formulating your excellent  syBtems for this human race, don't  forget the dynamite in it.���������Frank  Crane.  O O OO-CKHXKXKJOOO 000000-0<>CK><>0  BOUNDARY MINES    |  OOO 0<H*M*KK><>0<K><~K>0<>CK>OOHDOO<K>  Last week the Rawhide shipped  5,300 tons of ore.  Last week the Granby mine  shipped 20,GS3, tons of ore.  Last week the Granby smelter  treated 24,900 tons of ore.  Last week the Mother Lode  mine shipped S,20'l tons of ore.  Last     week    the     Greenwood  smelter treated 10,232 tons of ore.  Last week the Napoleon mine  shipped 300 tons of ore.  Last week ��������� the shipments of  blister copper from the Granby  smelter amounted to 532,000, a  total for the year of 10,052,500  pounds.  Tho B.   C.   Copper Co. has declared a regular quarterly dividend  of 15  cents   a share.    This   wiil  make, a total of 852(5.037 disbursed  by tho company since organization.  Earnings have  been   running normally  at  the rate of  about SI per  share annually; but just at present  they  are slightly   less, due to the  treatment of some of   the   lower  grade ores from  its Mother Lode  mine.    The company  has secured  a  three months extern tion  of time  on its Voigt property option and is  continuing its exploration with live  diamond drills.    A number of men  are also employed trenching on tho  surface   and    doing  underground  development work.    The time now  available will permit  the management to determine definitely  the  value of the property  before purchasing it.  In another month tho fall fairs  will bo resting on their laurels, and  rieiu'O will reign amid the farmers.  Tiikuk always seems to be a coal  famine in B. O.. or a boom coming  in the spring.  Many a man in B. C. wishes he  had never seen a real estate peddler. News.  Moosehide Gold  Jacob Damonasky Puska, discoverer of gold on the Moosehide  benches, has been working like a  beaver, since he planted his stakes,  aud is reported getting pans running five and ten cents. Although  a number of others aro reported to  have staked, Puska is the only ono  to appear at the gold oflice to record. It is expected others will  show up before long. The ground  staked is on the loft limit of Moosehide.  Moosehide has beon prospected  considerable during tho life of tho  Klondike camp, but chiefly on the  creek bottom. The earlier stam-  peders staked many claims there.  Later A. J. Lester, formerly fire  chief; Jack Vachon, assistant fire  chief; Charley Bush and others  held a long string of claims on  Moosehide. They prospected with  hydraulic and otherwise, but never  found anything to warrant extensive operations. However, it long  has been thought that Moosehide  in time will be worked by hydraulic  process.  Puska, the new discoverer, is  said to be a cheechaco, but the  kind who is nob afraid to apply a  little elbow grease in trying to  locate the   pay-streak. ��������� Dawson  CHKXXK>0<-><>CKX>0<-K><>0<X>00<>0<>0<>  I   B. C. MINING NEWS   I  o o  <XH><>CK>0<XK><K><>0<KKX><K)-O<)0<>0-0  Mat Trewhella, lessee of the  Phoenix, has mado another shipment of 17 tons of ore to the Trail  smelter. This is the third made  since the mine was leased from the  company and a fourth one is now  about ready. The ore sent this  time is of higher grade than any  previously forwarded to Trail, the  smallest assay giving 8*10 to tho  ton and the highest over $100. Tho  ledge from which it is being extracted is from two and a half to  three feet wide, and has been traced  on the surface for a distance of  about 550 feet. It is being mined  in a drift running from a shaft,  which is 25 feet deep. Mr. Trewhella is much pleased with the way  the Phoenix is developing. k J. W.  Witherop, president, managing  director aud(> leading shareholder  in the Phoenix Gold' Mining Co.,  which owns the Phoenix, is expected here in a few days. He  promised to come sooner, but a  sudden business emergency called  him away from Spokane, but as  soon as he returns he will come to  Rossland for the purpose of looking  over the Phoenix. It is within the  range of possibilities that the company will take over the lease and  operate the Phoenix on a large  scale.���������Rossland Miner.  S. F. Hunt writing in the Alder-  mere News says:    "On the Victory  and four tunnels have been made,  the deepest   being   over   50 feet.  Several other cuts have been made  on veins No. 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5, all  showing either lead and silver or  gold ore.    All of these veins trend  north  south  and  are  a part of a  numerous system, it appears.    Adjoining . the   Victory   on the east  is   the   Coranado   group of three  claims, crown granted, and owned  by Halley and McDonell of Telkwa.  This property was tho first discovery and location on the north slope  of the mountain, and for five years  been justly famous for its excellent  showings of high   grade   argentiferous galena ore.    Traversing the  property north south aro two main  veins, the ������������������Coronado" and]''Silver  Sidewalk,"     that    parallel   'each  other    about     1,000   feet   apart.  A tunnel has been driven on each  of the veins,   exposing   excellent  shipping   oro   in   both.      Several  strippings and cuts show these veins  to extend from near tho base of tho  mountain across the claims northward  to    timberlino,   with   their  probable    extensions   still  farther  north located by other claim holders.    Near the base of the mountain and about 1 mile eastward from  the Coronado and Victory groups,  Messrs Hanna, Charlton and Hol-  brook have an attractive showing  of concentrating ore in two  veins  that intersect near their main working   tunnel.   Tho    largest   vein,  twenty   foot   wide,   trends   north  south  and probably belongs to the  same system as those of the Victor  or Coronado.    The  smaller  vein,  six to eight feet wide, trends east  northeast aud apparently displaces  the big  vein  at their intersection  point.    If this proves to be correct,  the east west fissures are of later  date than the north  south system,  which would indicate two distinct  vein systems on the south  side of  the mountains.  According to the Merritt Herald,  considerable- activity has been displayed of late by the management  of the South Nicola Coal and Coke  company, who have a number of  men at work ou their property at  Nicola. The transportation facilities are very good.  Costs in Canada  ' As examples of tho outlay neces-  saay in order to keep some of our  Canadian cities clean, the figures  for the cities of Toronto (not including North Toronto) according  to the census of 1911. is 8376.538.  The total cost for the removal of  ashes,, garbage, street refuse, and  snow during 1911 amounted to  $475,508. This does not include  the cost of the removal of 6,000  dead animals, 3,200 chickens, 150  barrels of fish and 100 boxes of  eggs. The street cleaning department of Toronto, therefore, spent  half a million dollars annually.  The removal of ashes and garbage  involved an expenditure of 8250,-  000, being an average of $2.94 a  building for the year, or less than  three cents a call, a very creditable  showing. In all,' 000 to 700 men  were employed during the winter,  and 900 during the summer,  Tho city of Ottawa which has a  population exclusive of suburbs of  about S7,000, expended 8112,000  on its street cleaning service during  1911. Although a much smaller  city, tho cost of the removal of  snow was nearly double what was  paid in Toronto, or 822,000 as compared with 814,339.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  NKWMAKKKX , nOTISIi  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor.  THE   PKOVINCK   HOTEL '  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of tbe city, and furnishes the public  with every accommodation at  reasonable rates.  l'mil Iiiii'seii, Proprietor,  inE   KASLO   HOTEt  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cockle & Puinvortii.  SHEEHKOOK15   HOUSE  Nelson; B. C. One minute's walk  from C. P. II station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  LAVINGE & DUNK, Proprietors.  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castlegar Junction. All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundary train leaves  here at9.10 a.m.  W. H.  GAGE, Proprleto;  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C.   Headquar- .  ters for miners, prospectors and  ,   railroad men.    Good stabling- in.  connection.     Tasty   meals  and  pleasant rooms.  ..   H, GOODISSON, Proprietor,  ALGOMA HOTEL  1 Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a ��������� comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has 'the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON,.Proprietor  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot.. Modern accommodation and sample rooms. j  SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  TKKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on the American and European plan. Steam  heated rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining  room.  Iiinmoino & Uuinplioll, Props,  men   is  The   strength   of   five  equivalent tn one horse.  English   steamship     companies  own more than 8,000 vessels.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kooteuay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B, C . is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATR1CK & AULONE, Proprietors.  Kill niOSVIT.T.IC   HOTEL.  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre ol  a fine farming district. ���������  THOMAS   "WALSH,   Proprietor.  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  J. 11. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  H. W. Farmer & Co.,  REAL ESTATE,  Rock Creek, B. C.  LAICKVIKW   HOTEL,  in Nelson, B, C, employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at f 1.00 a day.  Nap. Mallette, Proprietor.  The automobile   Association  England has -10,000 members.  of  CHLOROFORMING PLANTS  Latest Idea to Promote Raped Growth  of Plants is to Compel Sleep.  One would think, at first sight, that  group  of  four claims,   owned  by  Don  O.   Simpson,   there are nine  separate and distinct veins exposed,  all of which carry values of either  lead   and   silver   or   gold.     Mr.  Simpson    is   one of tho   pioneer  locators on tho south slope of Hudson Bay mountain,   and   for   six  years has weathered tho rigors of a  northern   climate ' in    doing    his  annual   assessment work on   the  Victory   and  other   properties in  which he is interested.    This work  has resulted iu tho driving oi' several tunnels and  numerous open  cuts,   which expose many important   showings   of ore   in  several  different voius and properties.    Ou  the   Victory   group his" developments have been  largely confined  to tho No. 1, or "Big Vein" which  is traceable northward across three  claims.    Along this vein for over  1,000 feet a half dozen open cuts  an anesthetic would retard the blossoming of a plaint, instead of hastening it. The action would seem, however, to resemble that of a man who  takes a sleeping-draught in the after-  nooa so that he' might get to sleep  earlier and wake at 2 a.m. to take a  train.  It was found by experiment that  in plants, as in animals, ether and  chloroform cause every Indication of  sleep, and during the past few years  tho system of treating plants in thJfl  way, to hasten them through the resting perioda, has been adopted com-  clally with extraordinary success.  Thus, "a lilac-bush may be lifted from  tho ground at tho end of the summer,  ���������while the leaves are still on it, and  kept for several hours under the Influence of ether. By this means Sudan effect ia produced on the tissues  as it would have taken Nature months  to accomplish. It Is now easily possible to flower lilac twice in the same  year by etherising tho plant and subsequently forcing it In the hot-house.  Plants to be etherised are brought  first Into a dry condition at top and  root, and then placed in an airtight  structure. The door Is scaled, and  the ether applied through a small  nolo in the roof into a vessol Is tho  house, and the fumes, being heavier  than the atmosphere, hang about near  the floor, where the plants are arranged. The other has tho effect of  drying up the moisture In tho tlBsuea,  and It te thought that in Uie natural  rest of plants there is a gradual drying process at work, which, for want  of bettor knowledge, tho cultivator  describes as tho ripening of the  tissues."  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite-depot. Extensive alterations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms iii connection.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY.  CITY  Baggage  transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District., General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  OT!?!H1!f!!n!n!!!!!!?!!H!!!!!!!!f!?mn!!!?f!?!!!!!?!!?n!!!!!!?mmmn!!!!tnm!!!m!i?!!?fnm!!H!l^  Grand Forks Agricultural Association's  Third Annual  FORKS  9  Bod Times for Noblest  One sign of the prevailing hand  times In G-ermany is the appearance  in the newepapers of advertisements  of noblemen seeking ready-made foar-  tunes with wives attached. The demand for "heiresses, American and  otherwise, was never so great as now.  Titles in the market range from  Princes downward, and even the staid  old "Vosslsche Zoitung" contains the  following advertisement:���������  Prince, 28 years old, of noble appearance, wishes Immediate marriage  condition, $125,000.  This la tyrprlcal of many other ad-  verUsomenta. It would seem also that  there aTe otmont as many heiresses  looking out for titled husbands, as  wltnem tho following tempting on-  nouncemeavtei���������  Refined, handoomo young lady of  24, multd-marrionalrefl, seeks a Count  In milltATy service.  Oountees, possessdng millions, but  divorced, seeko a socond match with  9. gentleman bearing a noble title,  1 Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26-271  j^    .                                  ���������***>  In Spirited Speed Events.   Two Big I  Days of Horse Racing: on the Best Half-Mile Track H  in B.C.  Trotting, Pacing, Running, Pony Races, S  Broncho Busting, Cowboy Stunts, Motor Cycle Race, =������  Log Sawing Contest, Etc., Etc-     .     .     .     . 5  of Fruit I  +~-   . ���������j>  1 VEGETABLES/STOCK, POULTRY, LADIES'WORK, Etc. |  ������*- ���������. ~*>  y���������   ~*w  | Bands Will be in Attendance Both Days |  1      Time of Your Life!   Come!   It's Everybody's Fair      1  1 Reduced Railway Rates |  |w- m*Mmm*MA^*Ammmit*tttttmmmm*mmmA������WA*^m*3mm*Amk*mm ***m  mm~> .     .        . ���������   *y*m  jr For Detailed Information, Prize Lists, Eta, Address ^3  %   FRED CLARK, President v W. E. HADDON, Secretary   ������  SI,  IP  1  ������  if'  i  fis,-rtjffiffl*ii^Ri5.-<SM'i..n

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