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THE  OLDEST   MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN  BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 1,   1915
No. 38
Greenwood's   Big   Furniture  Store
See Our New Spring
Linoleums, Carpets, Squares,
and Various Small Rugs
Special Discount For C ash
T. M. GULLEY & Co.
Opposite Postoffice.
Phone 27
WALTER   G.   KENNEDY
GREENWOOD,   B.  C.
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CPFECTIONERY,STATIONERY
A Full Stock of First Class* Pipes.       Pipe Repairs
a Specialty.
A New Stock of Trunks and
Suit Cases    ;
Just Received At
A. L. WHITE
(New and Second Hand Store
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ORDER YOUR
Hot Cross Buns
WilliamC.Arthurs
THE  BREAD & CAKE  BAKER
Vienna Bakery, Greenwood
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Around Hoine
is in  the city
Grand Forks
The Midway Store.lor Quality Goods
Clothe your pedal extremities in our Boots and
Shoes, Fresh groceries opened every day. See our
new stock of seeds, stationery and farming implements, The greatest general store in Midway
always has room for one more customer,
Spring Millinery
The
Latest1 In Misses
Childrens' Hats
And
JAS. G. MCMYNN. MIDWAY. B. C.
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. - .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.
Ribbons, Flowers and
inery Novelties
Mill-
W.Elson&Co
C."M. Shaw left for Victoria
on Tuesday.
-   F. F.  Ketchum
from Beaverdell.
Mrs.  Larama of
is in the hospital.
Fred Jaynes is in the hospital
with liver complaint.     -.\
George W. Rumberger has returned from California.   :      i ���
Roy Connor is manager of an
auto company in Grand Forks.
The streets of Greenwood'are
as clean as a dude at a wedding.
Charles Buckless is now proprietor of  the Jewel stage line.
It is reported that the Granby
will do some work iu Deadwood
camp, '
Mrs. James Henderson of Dead-
wood is recovering from her late
illness.
The Sharpshooters, "at the
Forks are to be recruited to full
strength.
The Ledge charges 10 cents a
line for all reports of- political
meetings,
There will be a dance in Harrison's Hall, Midway, Friday, the
16th of April.
Quite a number of men are
passing through Greenwood in
search ot work.
Isaac Crawford is applying for
a liquor license, for the Hotel
Carmi at Carmi.
After spending the winter in
Oregon, A. L.. White returned to
the city last week.
This is an ideal climate. It
was seventy in the shade on
March 22 in Greenwood".
An ice cream plant will be running in Grand Forks this - month.
There is no hot ,air abou* it.  -
CITY COUNCIL
Copper St.
The Council met on Monday
evening.    .-_���.
The following accounts were
ordered to be paid: E. C. Walter,
$15; Greenwood Grocery, $7.15.
The street-committee reported
having employed men to rake and
clean the streets, and build a cinder
path to block 64, and recommended
tnat the men be employed for two
or three days more.
It was decided to charge the
postoffice $7.60 a month for water
dating from March 1, and $2.50
previous to that time.
. It was decided to clean and repair the reservoirs.
It was moved seconded and carried that any person wishing to
make use of vacant lots for garden
purposes pan have the privilege for
one year, by applying to the city
���clerk.
Isaac Goosney's offer ot $15 for
the Ottawa hotel building was accepted.
Easter Monday -was made a civic
arbor day, and all people are granted permission to burn rubbish upon
that day.
Aid Rendell gave notice that at
the next regular meeting he would
introduce a Temporary  Loan  Bylaw.
Council adjourned until April 12.
Vernon  Mines
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Bank of Montreal
Rest, $16,000,000.
ESTABLISHED 1817
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED S25.000.000j
Capital, paid up, $16,000,000
��� UNDIVIDED PROFITS, .1,232,669.42
Total Assets (October 19U) $256,113,596,72.
President: H. V. Merbdmh, Esq.
General Manager: Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor
Branches in London, Eng,{ffi����apJa} New York, Chicago
Buv and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and
3 Travellers* Credits, available in any part of the world.
SAVINGS .DEPARTMENT ���t&��?%2&*
Greenwood Branch   -  C. B. Winter, Mgr.
*^Wrt*&>*>**+++***&+++<*+
First  Class  Work  and
Prompt Attention
Prices Reasonable
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s. E. A. Black, Phoenix
| W. G. Kennedy, Agent |
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O_.L_UD., D.CJU President
ALE-fANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, Asu't General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,0.00    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
FARMERS' BUSINESS
The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every
facility for the transaction of their banking business, including
the discount and collection of sales notes.    Blank sales
are supplied free of charge on application.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
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Star Theatre
friday,   April   2
"Ihe Rose Of
The Rancho"
By David Belasco
.   Film   Masterpiece   In 5
Spectacular Acts, 360
Scenes
Six reels in all including
side-splitting comedy
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Doors open at 7:45, Performance begins at 8 p.
m.
notes
S25
Admission, Adults 25 cents,
Children 15 cents.
COME EARLY
One of the famous stage driv>
ers of the west, is now -handling
the reins on the Phoenix stage.
The Rossland Miner .jwill soon
he ..published . daily. -" . U?he new
editor must have found a bank
roll.    .
.Charles Russell is now running
his auto stage in the mornings,
and his horse stage in' the afternoons.
W. C. Arthurs has an oven
that will hold 400 loaves. This
beats the one in Penticton by ISO
loaves.
Oscar -jachmund, manager of
the B. C. Copper Co. will return
from New York about the middle
of this month.
Jacob S. Shield of Chicago
lectured on Christian Science to a
large audience, in the Auditorium,
last Friday night.
The Star Theatre is now making a .specialty of Paramount
pictures. The next* performance
is on Friday evening.
The Doukhobors are progressing. At Grand -Forks last week
one of them was sent to jail for
IS months for forging a $22
cheque.
English, Swiss and American
watch and clock repairing. All
work guaranteed. C. A. Aden-
eur. opposite Windsor Hotel,
Greenwood.
E. E. L. Dewdney, wife and
child of Vernon will arrive shortly in Greenwood. Mr. Dewdney
will be the new Bank of Montreal
manager.
Dentistry.���Dr. Guy, of Grand
Forks, will be at the Pacific
Hotel in Greenwood, prepared to
do all kinds of dental work, from
April 6 to April 17.
All parties who are desirous of
having their names on the Voters
Messrs. O. H. Schultz, N.' Johnston and E. Johnston have been
quietly doing some developing work
for some time on three claims they'
staked last fall ou tbe Commonage,
abont three miles from this cifey.
The claims are all on the same lead,
and are named The Lmky One,
The Red Chief and Tbe Eagle.
The lead is extremely well defined,
and seems to.be a true fissure vein.
From a shaft' sunk about 12 feet,
samples were sent feo thev West
Assay Works, at Vancouver, and
this week returns were received
showing values of $32 in gold and
$50.70 in silver, making a total of
$72.70 per ton.
The owners are highly delighted
with these assays and feel confident
that they have made a find of great
value. A good deal of prospecting
was done in that district several
years ago, bnt thiB is an entirely
new diecovery.
With the recent promising development at Monashee, the hydraulic placers at Siwash Creek,
other excellent prospects on the
hill to the, west of the city, and
finally this .new discovery everything indicates that fresh activity
in mining to an unexpected "degree
may be looked for this year.
Vernon, in addition to being the
centre of the richest agricultural
and fruit growing district in the
province, may yet take a position
among the most flourishing mining
towns of British Columbia.���Vernon News.
Gold'Strikes
Christian Science service will
be held ui the Oddfellows Hall on
Sundav at 11 a.m, All welcome.
On the the third Friday of each
month at 8 p. m. testimonial
meetings will be held in the
same hall. Sunday school every
Sunday morning.
m<M CREEK
Our sugar has no sand, and our butter is'
bald-headed.- Not a hair on it, There are
no moths on our spring hats and clothing,
and our boots and shoes do not squeak. The
worms never attack our apples, and we sell
the rolled oats that made men of the Scotch.
Come with the cash, and ha*e a big pic-nic
at the Big Store.
WANTS. Etc
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T.R. HANSON
For SMEi-rFour Hew Mc-
Clanahan Incubators, cheap.
Brown's, Ferry,  Wash.
For Sa��E. -���" Thorough bred
Cockerels, Single Comb White
Leghorn8, $5.00. Barred Rock,
$4.00.   A. F. H_ Meyer.
EGGS.��� White Wyandottes
from Prize Birds, excellent layers.
$3.00 per setting. Charles King,
Greenwood.
Wagons for sale, farm and
spring, new and second hand.
See Kinney.
To RENT.���Residence, contains
11 rooms and bathroom, toilet,,
furnace, hot and -cold water,
observatory^ garden, etc. Terms
reasonable. Apply to F. W.
McLaine.
List, should make application on
or before the 5th of April to the
registraar of voters.
An enjoyable party was given
last Thursday night by Mrs.
Hart. Dancing was participated
in by a score of guests until the
fourth hour of the morning.
G. B.Wintervmanager of the
Bahk of Montreal,has been
transferred to Enderby. He will
leave for, that town when his
successor, Mr. Dewdney arrives.
Mr..I)eWdney is a brotherof our
worthy government agent.
According to the Pioneer. J. J.
Bassett has found a rare mineral
on the Gladstone claim near
Phoenix, and a few miles from
Greenwood. It is chromite showing Microscopical diamonds. We
may yet-wear diamonds in the
Boundary.
The Grand Forks baseball club
has been re-organized, with Fred
Russell as president After paying all expenses the club has a
balance of $26 froin last year.
This* is remarkable and shows
that there must be some baseball
financiers in the Forks.
The Lanark mine was started
up lasfe week with a small force of
men, and the force will be increased as soon as the snow goes off and
supplies can be packed in. Mr.
Dorenburg, tbe manager, and two
tramway engineers from Spokane,
spent a few days 'at the mine last
week. Tbe ore is showing np fine
and ife is expected that large shipments will be made during tbe
coming summer.
It is reported that a Scotch company doing d eyelopmenfe oh an extension of the well known Lucky
Jack vein; ait Poplar Creek, have
opened up a good sized vein of gold
ore, portions of which are very
rich. A number of specimens of
"jewelry" ore have been taken
from this vein and Very encouraging results are expected from'fur
ther development in this section of
the country.
Gold bearing quartz has recently
been discovered"; on Isaac Creek
near the C P. B. tracks between
Revelstoke and Arrownead and
several claims have been staked.
The snow is pretty well gone in
that region and prospecting is going merrily on.���Kevelstoke Re*
view.
Western Float
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Oats are $3 a sack in Kaslo.
Watts the matter in East Kootenay?
Kelowna. wants a wagon road to
Carmi.
Chicken thieves are busy in
Michel.
Without Tom Cavan, Cranbrook
would be a dreary place.
The P. G. E. railway now has a
daylight service to Lillooet.
H. G. Knight is publishing a
paper at Three Hills, Alberta.
There are 90 men working at
the cement plant in Blairmore.
The C.P.R. has decided nob to
close its station afe Harrison Mills.
Another fishing company is
about to locate afe Prince Rupert.
There are 22 inches of ore in the
shaft of the Bluebird mine at Rossland.
Kelowna people are developing a
group of mineral claims on Mission
creek.
. This year 750 special trainloadB
of tourists will visit fehe Pacific
Coast.
Thfire are 51 Boy Scouts in
Revelstoke, The list of old scouts
is nofe given.
In London, 213 years ago, a
woman staited the first daily paper
in the world.
This snmmeT^near Oroville the
Similkameen river will be dredged
for fine gold.
The Suprise mine in the Slocan
has shipped 40 carloads of ore to
New Jersey this year.
A rich strike of gold and copper
ore is reported from Uek, 106 miles
east of Prince Rupert.
Business is increasing on the
C.P.R., and more train crews have
been put on at Revelstoke.
Recently Kelowna had four
alarms in one week. Must be
careless people in thafe city.
Alex -Ferguson has' struck a
bunch of good ore in the Marion
mine, back of New Denver.
-: It is . expected thafe 30 - fishing
boats from Seattle will be located
at Prince Rupert this month.
Bill Hunter helped to make the
mountains around Silverton, and is
a sure winner in the Slocan.
Edwin Pavey died in Chilliwack last month. For 30 years he
was a.resident of St Thomas,   Out.
The ��� Beecher hotel at Riske
Creek in the Chilcotin district was
recently burned causing a loss of
^50,000.
Somebody recently stole a ham
from the editor of the Oroville
Gazette. The editor does not say
where he got the ham.
C. F. Nelson is the Liberal candidate in the Slocan. Charley has
lived long enough in New Denver
to be entitled to something.
In the search for oil a hole has
been drilled 1,400 feet on Graham
Island, the driller thinks that oil
may be struck.when greater depth
is reached.
Wm. Plunketfe recently shipped
a carload of ore from the Western
Star mine at Chesaw, thafe averaged $52 to. the ton at the Grand
Forks smelter.
At Snmas the fire chief is paid a
salary of $15 a month. In addition he receives $37 for driving the
city team, and furnishing a stable
for the horses.
John Keen is the Liberal candidate in the Kaslo riding. John
has had much experience in the
past, and evidentally has read thafe
story abent Bruce and the spider.
A party of Bix men recently left
Hazelton with three dog teams for
a five months trip in the far north.
They will take moving picture?,
especially of big game in the natural state.
On May 31 fehe Kettle Valley
railway will begin running passenger trains between Nelson and
Vancouver via Greenwood and
Penticton. The service will be
tri-weekiy with a nighfe stopover in
Penticton, but irritating to travelers who are in a hurry.
After almost one year of continuous work afe a total cost approximately $125,000, the work of
deepening and widening the narrow
channel of the Fraser river at
Hell's Gate, has been finally completed, and as a result the sockeye
salmon, on their way to the spawning grounds farther np the stream,
The Granby
It   is   a   matter of regret that
Parker Williams, M.L.A,  Bhonld
have used his place in the Legisla-"
ture ht Victoria to make wholesale charges against mining companies of reaping a profit oat of
tbe hospital dues charged up against   their   employees.     Had    Mr.
Williams investigated the truth of
his charges before making them,
we are certain, from onr knowledge
of his desire to discharge his public
duties faithfully,  that  he   would
never have made the statements
attributed to him.   So far as the
Granby      Consolidated     Mining,
Smelting and Power   Company is
concerned, the management has always been credited wifeh a desire- to
treat   the   company's   employees
fairly; and few companies operating in the Province have so creditable a record in this respect, for,
both at Phoenix and Grand Forks,
there is an annual deficit in  connection with the operation of the
hospitals at these places,  which is
taken care of by this company; bo
that,  instead of making a profit
from the dollar charged the men
fehe Company is afe an actual loss
with respect to this fee.
The Granby Company's operations in   British   Colnmbia  have
been attended wifeh most creditable
results, both as feo its own operations and as to its enterprise' in the
development   of the  mineral   resources   of   the  Province.     Tbe
Company's policy, in operating- its
Hidden Creek mine,  and re-open-
in_r its Grand Forks plant to tide
its employees over a time when it
could not operate profitably nnder
the disorganized state of the copper market, was of a most' public* -
spirited   character,   deserving- of
recognition not only by. its employ- -
ees and  by the< public generally.,, v
but particularly by members of the
Provincial     Legislature. ���Mining'
Record.
Gold Diggings
The Kettle Falls correspondent
to the Colville Statesman-Index
says: ' 'The excitement in the gold
diggings along the Colnmbia river
continues to increase. Over forty
men were washing for gold last
week. This includes six men from
Okanagan, British Columbia and
three from Spokane. Twenty
years ago the panning resulted in
many thousand dollars. N. B.
Wheeler who was managing a drug
business at that time handled a
considerable amount of it. One of
our prominent merchants,, who has
had some experience in mining,
claims that the bed of the river is
covered with gold, but it is too
rugged to be dredged."
Monashee Mine
The Vernon people are desirous
of having a road built through Fire
Valley, connecting the road at
Monashee with the one from Edge-
wood. Mining looks promising in
that district. It is [likely that a
100 stamp mill will be built at tbe
Monashee mine. This winter more
than $15,000 has been spent on
tunnel work, and a big lead of ore
has been fonnd 200 feet from the
surface. More machinery will be
installed and th6 force of miners
increased." Other mines will likely
be developed on both Bides of the
Monashee, and in time there should
be quite a mining camp in that
section.
will in future experience none of
the difficulty of the past in negotiating the river afe this point. Over
a year ago thousands of tons of
rock and debris were precipitated
into the river at Hell's Gate
through the blasting operations
conducted by the Canadian North
era Railway, in the construction of
their right- of-way. This company
will defray fehe cost of the work.
An average of 90 men have bees
employed.���Chilliwak Progress.
Proof
An Irishman and a Scot wen
arguing as to the merits of their
respective countries.
"Ah, weel," Baid Sandy, "they
tore doon an auld castle in Scotland
and fnnd many wires nnder it,
which shows that the telegraphic
was kenfe there hundreds 0' years
ago."
"Well," said Pat, "th��y to*r
down an ould castle in Oireland,
and begorra there was no wire*
found under it, which show* thai
they knew all about wirei-ss telegraphy in Oireland hundreds sv
years ago."���New York AmetuSkti.
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THE LEDGE
$2 a year ill Canada,   and   $2.50   in the
United States.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financier-
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices #25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     6.00
Application Liquor Licenses    5.00
Transfer Liquor Licenses    7.50
Cards of Thanks    2.00
Certificate of Improvement  10.00
(Where more than one claim appears in notice, $2.50 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Be sure andt
this spring.
plant   something
Booze is a powerful  wedge with
some politicians.
Many a man is deceived by his
own imagination.
If you  wish to find out your
faults just run for the Legislature.
KEEP MARCHING
Thkri- are too many pinheads in
this province who howl   at   any
man, who wishes to push this province, wonderfully rich as it is in
almost untouched natural resources,  into   the  position   it should
occupy in the eyes of the world.
The pinheads who shout against
progression and enterprise are in
the class of chubbers who sit in the
shade with their mouths open, expecting birds  to come along and
drop gold dollars into their mush
tunnels.     They  will  do   nothing
themselves, and knock those who
try to build up the country.  Many
of these blue ruin claquers are now
roaring   because    Dick   McBride
wants to help the P. G. E. railway  with  a loan.     This is   just
what B. C.  wants.    We  are the
coming country and need  all the
railways   we   can   get.     Without
railways, this    golden    province
would still be a home only for gold
diggers,    outlaws,  horse   thieves,
Siwashes and Hudson Bay men.
Let Dick go on with hi3 good work.
He is too big a man to be understood by the little   fellows   with
knife    blade    mentalities,     who
vibrate    the   ozone   by   shouting
Wolf! a la gramaphone.    The following extract from a Boston paper
is refreshing to those who love the
optimistic spirit:
"The United States i& familiar
with the complaint of overbuilding, overexpansion.    The entire
West has been admonished, cautioned,   warned   by    the   East
against giving too much  rein to
its energies. The east of Canada
.is today admonishing, cautioning
warning British Columbia along
the old familiar lines.    The fact
is, however, British Columbia is
doing   precisely what thinking
people throughout the two nations are wishing all the provinces and states, would do.   Nobody questions the character of
the improvement the province is
making.     Everybody    admits,
must admit,  that the improvement must be made if British
Columbia would be prepared for
the expansion that the growth of
the entire Pacific Northwest will
force npon it tomorrow, next day
or the day after.    And thoughtful people realize that it is better
to do quickly that which in any
event must be done for the province  inevitably.   Not  a mile
will be added, they know, to the
transportation  facilities of British Columbia that will not increase its debt-bearing and debt-
paying ability.   Not a mile will
be added that will not enhance
to some degree the value of every
square foot  and  every acre of
^land now open or to be opened
in  the  province  to the home-
meeker or home-maker.
Ife is refreshing and encouraging  to  find  British   Columbia
fighting back depression with enterprise, the most potent weapon
it can use under the circumstances.    If it is going into debt,  its
debts will not be paid in the dull
times that are upon Canada now,
but in the good times that are
coming.     Because the province
has not permitted its energies to
flag or its com age to fail in the
period of business recession, but,
on the contrary, has been steadied and impelled by faith in itself, it will be all tbe better prepared for the return of proeeper-
ity, and it will not have impaired its credit by multiplying its
The thin man should eat no
breakfast, and the fat man no supper. 	
It seems difficult to beat a Dardanelles strait. Nothing but a gun
play is of much account.
China will soon begin to mint
$700,000,000 in silver. This
should make a boom in the Slocan.
The leading excitement of
Greenwood stands out prominently
in the world of newspapers. It is
probably the only two page paper
in America.
LrFB will become brighter and
better, when we learn and obey the
laws that govern the universe, and
discard our beliefs in myths, miracles, traditions and superstitions.
About fifty men are now employed on the various properties
being worked by fehe Standard Silver-Lead. These are divided
among five different camps.
An unconfirmed rumor going
around town has it that the Bluebell is going to resume operations
shortly, but nofe on as large a scale
as formerly. S. S. Fowler, manager of the property, leturned recently from an extended trip.
Sandon has pulled through the
winter in better shape than any of
the silver-lead camps of fehis district, a very good force of men being kept steadily at work during
the season. All the other camps
are showing increased activity, and
if the Standard, at Silverton, and
the Bluebell, at Siondel, were now
operating, the war would not be
felt very much in this section.���
Kaslo Kootenaian.
Vivid Just Now
In England, 158 years ago, an
admiral was shot because he did
nofe kill enough of Frenchmen in a
naval battle. In those days an
admiral was occasionally shot just
to encourage the others.
In this province we have more
scenery than anything else. We
can make millions by showing it to
the globe trotters. Let ns put an
ad in the papers, and prepare ourselves for a shower of gold.
In Chilliwack the war has not
filled tbe merchants with the fear
of impending ruin, misery and
calamity. The local paper in thafe
town has more bright and newsy
ads than it had in ante bellum
days.
Copper has been found in the
Slocan. It; assays 100 cents to the
dollar, aud the lead has been
traced to the bank in New Denver.
Some of it is now being taken off
the plates in the gospel mills of
the Slocan.
That great medical fraud, vaccination for smallpox, is still in
use. More people die from vaccination than natural smallpox,
and more vaccinated than unvaccinated die from smallpox. The
world needs more sense and less
medical superstition.
Kaslo-Sloean Mines
At the Ruth mine, Sandon, married men are only allowed a place
on the payroll, and preference is
always given English speaking
workers at that!
About sixty-five men will be
busy around the Slocan Star, at
Sandon, when the concentrator is
set to work again. The mill is
likely to commence grinding very
shortly.
Frank Hansen, who came down
from the South Fork a few days
ago, reports that he was at the
Flint mine and that J. A. Carter
bad opened np a four foot shoot of
clean shipping ore on that property.
A second shift is to be put on at
the Rambler in a short time, which
will increase the force at the mine
to about fifty men.
The government dredge "Bittern" has been engaged lately in
cleaning out the approach to the
Bluebell wharf at Riondel.
From March 12th to March 18th.
1915, a total of 6,278 tons of ore
was received at the Trail smelter.
The No. 1, at Ainsworth is represented for the first time since the
war broke out.
Rambler-Cariboo Extension,
which stock has been off the Spokane Stock Exchange list for some
time, is once more being quoted.
It is said that this foreshadows
some further development of the
property, which is reached through
the Rambler long tunnel.
The past rises before me like a
dream. Again we are in the great
struggle for national life. We
hear the sound of preparation���
the music of boisterous drums���
the silver voices of heroic bugles.
We see thousands of assemblages,
and hear the appeal of orators; we
see the pale cheeks of women and
the flushed faces of men; and in
those assemblages we see all the
dead whose dust we have covered
deep with flowers.
We lose sight of them no more.
We are with them when they enlist in the great army of freedom.
We see them part with those they
love.   Some are walking for the
last  time in quiet,  woody places
with the maidens they adore.    We
hear the whisperings and.the sweet
vows of eternal love as they linger-
ly part forever.    Others are  bending over cradles, kissing babes thafe
are asleep.   Some are receiving fehe
blessings of old men.   Some are
parting with   mothers   who   hold
them   and   press   them   to   their
hearts again and  again,  and  say
nothing.   Kisses and tears,  tears
and   kisses��� divine   mingling  of
agony and love!    And some are
talking with wives and endeavoring with brave words,  spoken in
the old tones, to drive from  their
hearts the  awful   fear.   We  see
them part.   We see the wife standing in the door with  the babe in
her arms���standing in the sunlight
sobbing���at the turn of" the road
the hand . waves���she answers by
holding high in her loving arms
the child.   He is gone and forever.
We see them all as they march
proudly away under-the flaunting
flags,  keeping time to the grand,
wild music of war���marching down
the streets of the  great cities���
throngh the towns and across the
prairies���down   to  the  fields  of
glory,  to do and to die for the
eternal right.
We go with them, one and all.
We are by their side on the glory
fields���in all the hospitals of pain
���on all the weary, .marches. We
stand guard with them in the
wild storm and under the qniet
stars. We are with them in ravines running with blood���in the
fnrrows of old fields. We are
with them between contending
hosts, unable to move, wild with
Thirst, the life ebbing slowly away
among the withered leaves. We
see them pierced by balls and torn
with shells, in the trenches, by
forts, and in the whirlwind of the
charge, where men become iron,
wifeh nerves of steel.
They sleep beneath the shadows
of the clouds, careless alike of sunshine or of storm, each in the
windowless palace of Beat. Earth
may run red wifeh bur wars���they
are at peace. In the midst of battle, in the roar of conflict, they
found the serenity of death, I
have one sentiment for soldiers
living and dead: Cheers for the
living; tears for the dead.���Robert
G. Ingersoll.
Muskrat Farming
Muskrat farming has proven to
be a profitable business in the
United States. Large areas of
marsh lands in Ohio and Maryland
are made to yield good retnrns
through the production of musk-
rat fur. Indeed it has been stated
by competent authorities that; many
of these marsh lands are worth
more, measured by the actual income from them, than cultivated
farms of like acreage in the vicinity. Owners of such marsh lands
usually lease the trapping privilege, uniting with the trappers
to prevent poaching. The returns
from the sale of the muskrat fur
are divided equally between fehe
owner and the trapper, the latter
securing whatever extra he can
from the sale of the flesh.
LAKE  STUDIO
GRAND FORKS
It is not too early to make plans
for cultivating the vacant spaces
and unoccupied land of our cities
and towns. There will be need of
all the produce that can be grown
this year.
LIQUOR ACT. 1910
Sec. 35.
NOTICE Iu hereby given that, 011 the 3rd
day of Mar next, application will be made to
the Snperintendcnt of Provincial Police, for
the grant of a licence for the sale of liquor by
retail, in and upon the premises known as the
Carmi Hotel, situate at Carmi, upon the lands
described as I.ots A and B according- to plan
109.
Dated this 30th day of March, 1915.
ISAAC CRAWFORD
Applicant
Up-to-Date and Best Appointed Studio
in the Boundary
Amateur  Finishing   Beautifully   Done,
Postage Paid to and from Greenwood and
Other   Points.     Best  I,ine of Portrait
Frame Pictures in the Boundary.
Agent for Ensign Cameras and Supplies
DEVELOPING 25cts per roll
PRINTS 50cts a dozen
I Windsor Hotel
F.     J.
Winnipeg Ave.,
LAKE,
Grand Forks
Canadian
Pacific
EASTER
Excursion Fares
Fare and One-Third
Round Trip
Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.7
QOAI, mining rights of the Dominion
J"' in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
berta, the Yukon Territoiy.The North-"
west Territories and in a portion of British
Columbia, may be leased for a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$\?l a,Cre- ��ot more than 2 5o1�� acres
will be leased to one applicant
Application for a lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the _W��i
or Sub-Agent of the district inwhicluhe
rights applied for are situated
In surveyed territory the land must be
described by sections, or legal sub-dh��
sions of sections, and in unsung
territory the tract applied for shaffi
staked out by the applicant himself
, Each application must be accompanied
by a fee of $S which will be refunded il
the nghts applied for are not avffle
but not otherwise. A royalty shall be
paid on the merchantable output ofthl
mine at the rate of five cents ner to���
f.,��i-.fcP^��nA0peratinS ����e'mine shall
furnish the.Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ofmer
chantablecoal mined and pay the roTOltv
thereon: mthe coal miningrightoare
not being operated, such retaraf shouW
be furnished at least once a vear.
,Ji5? ^T T" include the" coal mininj.
rights only, but the lessee may be Der*
mitted to purchase   whatever available
"tLfKraSeg��fthemitteatthe
beFma��11f^rm2ti0n ���PPU��tion should
dc made to the Secretary of the Dmrn
nient of the Interior, Ottawa, orto^nv
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion iSn^f
W. W. CORY,
N B & Mi��ister of the Interior.
th^~H?aUthonze<1 Publication of
thjs advertisement will not be paidfor.-
Dates of Sale
April 1st to 4th
Return Limit
April 6th
Special    concessions   to    commercial
travelers, teachers and students.
Tickets and full details from Ticket
Agents or Pursers.
J. McPHERSON. Art.. Greenwood.
J. S. CARTER. Dist. Pass. Aft..
Nelson. B.C.
i
THOROUGHLY  RENOVATED AND SPECIALLY
A DA PTED FOR COMMERCIA L TRA DE
THE WINDSOR HOTEL is one of the Deet famished
hotels in the west. It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all the financial and
commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis.
Heated with Steam and Lit by Electricity
Commodious sample rooms. The bar iB repletejjwith
all modern beverages and the meals are the best. Booms
reseived by telegraph. _
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DR. A.MILLOY
DENTIST *
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* Cbe fiumc Botel
nelson, B.C.
The only up/to'date Hotel in the interior.   First-class
in every respect,
All   the   latest methods  in   high-class
Dentistry.
LOO BUILDING
���  Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER.   -   -   -  B.C.
SMOKE....
Imperator and Kootenay Standard
* Cigars.   Made hv
J. C. THELIN fc CO., NELSON
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THEBEST
First Class.Bar and Barber Shop
15 FREE SAMPLE ROOMS
Steam Heated; Electric Lighted.
RATES $1.00 per day and up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
*
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WESTERN - - HOTELS.
HOTEL PRINCETON
Princeton, B.C., now completed On the
site of;the old Great Northern. < Only
brick hotel in Similkameen. A first
class house,
Swanson & Broonrfieid, Props,
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AMD REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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THK   KASJ-O   HOXKI.
Kaslo, B. C��� is a comfortable
home for ali who travel to that
city"    <
J. W. COCKLE, Prop.
HK-.DKSV1I.T-K    HOTJEI..  "
Bridesville,   B. C.-   This  hotel   is
within easy reach of all the leading
Boundary towns and the centre of
a fine farming district.
THOMAS   DONALD,   Proprietor.
ARLINGTON HOTEL
Trail, B. C���This hotel has been
thoroughly renovated. It is heated
by steam, and has hot and cold
water in all rooms. A pleasant
home for all who travel.
" JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor
The Knob Hill Hotel
PHOENIX.
One of the largest hotels in
the city. Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals..
A. O. JOHNSON     -     PROP.
in
We still have an abundance of first class Feed
Wheat and also a limited amount of Blue Stem
Wheat for spring seeding.
All kinds of Grain, Grass Seeds, Field Seeds,
Garden and Flower Seeds at
Brown's     Ferry, Wash
Write For Prices
THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL
Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable
well-furnished, and Is close to the railway,
depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms.
SUMMERS* WARDLE. Proprietors
RIVERSIDE HOTEL
Rock Creek, B. C. This is one of
the oldest hotels in the Kettle Valley. Excellent accommodation for
all travellers.
S.oT. LARSEN, Proprietor.
BUSINESS CARDS.
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box BiioS, Nelson," B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper
|i 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.
FRED A. STARKEY,
NELSON, B. C.
MINING
BROKER
PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND
SOLD
ALGOMA HOTEL
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
t" i 1 ���
I
S
Be Sold For Half Prfee For
A Versatile Child
The little girl was having a great
deal of trouble pronouncing gome
of the words she met with. "Vinegar" had given her the most
trouble, and she was duly grieved
to know that the village waa being
entertained by her efforts in this
direction.
She was sent one day to the store
with the vinegar jag, to get it filled,
and had no intention of amusing
the people who were gathered in
the store. So she handed the jag
to the clerk with:
"Smell tile month of it and give
me a quart." j
s
Wmm liquor CoMpany, mmtmt Grmwm, b. &
^��*��<<<><"��^^<,��*����*<��MM<8<t-��������<9a>o>tiriri|i)m1<(|[,u|
TULAMEEN HOTEL
Princeton,  B. C. is the   headquarters  for  miners,   investors
and railroad men.   A fine location and everything first-class
F. J; KIRKPATRICK, Proprietor.
J. R. CAMERON,
Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.
KASLO      B.   O
Greenwood & Midway
AUTO STAGE
Leaves Greenwood for Spokane
at 8:20 a,m., & for Oroville at 3:10
p. m. Leave orders at Terhnne's
Cigar Store.      Chablbs Russet....
ROCK CREEK HOTEL
Rock:Cjeek, B. C. This hotel is
situated on historic ground, and
has  tasty   meals   ana    excellent
rooms.
T. R. HANSON, Proprietor.
Hotel Brooklyn
The Only First Class aad Up-to^Datc
Hotel in Phoenix, New from cellar
to root. Best Sample rooms in the
Boundary, Opposite Great Northern
Depot   X   X   Modern Bathrooms
STEAM HEATED,    EI^CTRIC LIGHTED
O, D, Bush,Prop. Phoenix, B, C
QUEEN'S   HOTEL,
FHOB3NI3C4    _E3.   0.
The Newest and Largest Hotel in
the City. Everything neat, clean
and comfortable. Steam heat and
electric light. Meals and drinks at
all hoars.
HAMAS* WALSH
Props.
COUNTY   COURT OF YALE
A SITTING or .be County Court of Yale will
be boldea at tbe Court Houm, Greenwood,
on Tuesday the 25th day ot May,   1915, at
WALTER DEWDNEY,
BeclstrsrO.0. of T
your Razors Honed
and Yonr Baths at
Direct from the Factory to the consumer
By PARCEI. POST
at wholesale prices   to advertise onr
Brands.
Every cigar we make is absolutely guaranteed Elled.with eeoaioe Havana-
Filler
fcoxof��b'sB.C full weight, five
inches long $3 50.
Box of 50's O.S   4 inches long,
Conchas, $3 00.
Box of "Brillantes" Clear Havana
Wrapper, full weight, 5 inches
long, 50 S f 5-00.
Send money order, or certified
cheqne. Do not send money unless registered.
References:���R. Gv DUNS �� CO.
WILBERC t W6-LZ,
Hew Westa_l__rt*T.B.C.
'si
GREENWOOD.
Hotpoint Electric Appliances
-AND-
Mazda Tuagsten Lamps
PRICES REASON ABLE
Grwroc, City Watenorts Gwpuy

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