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'Provincial Library ,
THE  OLDEST   MINING7GM��P  NEWSPAPER7 IN: BRITISH  COLOMBIA
^ WMM^^���^������.    '   - -
Vol!   XXVII,
greenwood; b. c, Thursday, November 11, 1920
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and attractive by filling it with some .
of our choice and eleeant Furniture, Carcets and Pictures-
in your kitchens
Use our Crockery, Granite and Tinware
ana dining rooms
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
���'ST0RE.OF. QUALITY'''
Full Hue of    '
Kozy-Koat Mackinaws
Large Assortment of
Mens 'Gloves,   Shirts.   Socks,
Underwear, Mackinaw Pants, &c
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
Around Home
Fresh Fish every Thursday
BEST STOCK
BEST SERVICE
Phone 46       LEE & BRYAN
Laco Tungsten Lamps
25 to 50 Watt Lamps���5Gc each/
;        JOO Watt Lainps���$1,25 each,
NITROGEN
1AMPS
60 Watts
100     ������
200   ��
$1.25 each
2,00 "
. 3,50 �����
W. Elson ft Co
LGreenwood, B. C.
I Kodaks, full line -of Films
and Supplies at
Greenwood City Waterworks Co. |Goo(Ie^ Drug store
We Claim To Be The Most
Reasonably, Priced Store
In- The Interior
The First Trial Will Convince You
TAYLOR <& JENKIN
PHONE17. GREENWOOD
boOO<HXKK>000����>900<>OCK>00<>0<>0��0<><>00
1 WINDSOR HOTEL
"-/��� GREENWOOD, SVC.
'-The WINDSOR  KOTEIv   is  heated  with   steam  '"
and electricity.   "Fine sample rooms.     A comfort-;
ablejiome for tourists  and travellers.     Touch the
wire  if you  wane rooms reserved.     The buffet is
- .     replete with���cigars,  cigarettes, cooling beverages,
'   ' '   buttermilk and ice-cream.
OOOOOO<H>OOOOO4H>0O<KK^^
C. AE. SHAW: I
CIVIL ENGINEER '
DOMINION   AND   BRITISH
COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR
Cawston
B.C.
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer in
Orders Promptly Filled
I
I ' *
Shamrock Brands
.^HAM,  BACON  and  LARD
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS
P, Burns & Co,,   Ltd,,   Nelson, B, C
For Sale
.Child's crib
mode   chair.
Skelton.
and baby's . corn-
Apply    to.   Mrs.
Three Cornered Contest
In Greenwood
SECURITY       1
A Sayings Bank Account not
only provides an-assurance for the
present, but guarantees you security
in the future. _ J   ���
,lq save is to succeed���-
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
��� SSSS^*  :   :   W8$&  -
GREENWOOD BRANCH, Ii B.' Brawders, Manager.
Three candidates have Centered
fehe field in fche Greenwood riding^
for fche Provincial election ; on Dec.
let. On nomination day,. NoV,
10th, the following were nominated: John Robert Jackson,: farm-
er, Midway. John Duncan Mac-
Lean, provincial secretary,; Greenwood. George Henry Pitman,
farmer, Rock Creek.
To the EJectors of   *
Greenwood Riding
At a convention held in Greenwood on Nov. 2nd.- I had the
honor of. being chosen "/as the
standard bearer of the Conserva-.
live'Party in this riding and as
snch I solicit yonr snpport. ,///.
As you are aware I am a farmer
and having resided in the district
for over 31 years, therefaFe, I am
in a position to know fehe requirements of the different paris^of this
constituency and if eleected will
do my utmost- to advance yonr
interests.
Sincerely yoars,;'
John JR." Jacksok.
Good skatingls now being enjoyed on the pond.
H. H. Sawyer was in town
from Carmi on Monday.
R. D. McKenzie, of Bcayerdcll,
arrived in town on Monday.
' J. E. Hoy shot three large, deer
up the No. 7 Road last week. ,..
D. R. McElmou, Winchmakcr
and Jeweller,  Green woo"'],   B,. C.
Mr: and Mrs. A. J. Morrison
returned from Spokane on Monday.
Al. Holmquist, of Beaverdell,
was in town for a few" days this
week. -.
'���-���EL' R. Bidder returned on Saturday from a business trip to the
coast. j   ���      X
Born.���In Trail on November
3, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P; Oliver, a
.daughter.   ::
Posters'" arV-qut"^ announcing
the; annual masquerade' ball on
Friday Nov.lZ;
Order your Christmas Greeting
Cards now. Samples on display
at Goodeve's Drug'Store.
Mrs. E. A. St. George "Smyth",
of Grand Forks,-is the guest of
Mrs. T.-W.jBiagay in Trail.
Ralph Stnailes, formerly of,
Rendell & Co.,-Greenwood, died
recently ou Vancouver Island.   '
Mrs. L. ^Terhune and two
children left last Sunday to join
her husband a Copper Mountain.
G. H. Pitman |of Rock Creek,
was the choice ibf the Farmers
convention ia" Midway on Sa'tur-
day.    ���' ���   ���"      ' 'IX
. Mr. and   Mrs. Tu Jack Ryan  re-
-turned--to their-h&aie in-Rossland-
afrer  spending   a   few   ciays   in
town, ������'..���
Splendid   assortment   of Neil-
son's chocolates, both in bulk and
[box,  just jn at-Goodeve's  Drug
Store.
'~ W. H. Maclnnes, of Victoria,
civil service - commissioner -for
British Columbia, was ,in town
last week.
Mr. and Jas. Drum have arrived
in town. Mr; Drum intends working his, miueral claim near the
C7P.R.'Depot..    / .
The second annual masquerade
ball to be given by the G/W. V. A,
on Nov.- 12th, promises to.be even
greater than last year.
H. McKenzie, of the" Workmen's Compensation Board, with
headquarters in Rossland, was in
Greenwood on Monday..'-';
.���Mr. and Mrs. ,J.. S. Shaver
have left Rock. Creek tor Trail
where Mr.' Shaver recently purchased considerable ranch:;-.laud.
-Howard Bush- aad: W. J. E.:
Biker', returned .to . Nelsou '.this
week,1 with three deer; the result
of; a hunting trip- up the Main
Kettle riven . __-__;��� /""/ "/���'-
.Chas, "King has taken up the
morning .mail delivery service
with tbe.post office inspector who
has promised fo given the.matter
his attention. ���    '      -7      Xx
';. J..TV. - Mills, of. Greenwood,,
ahd John-. Zurfiuh, . of Midway,
have returned from a successful
hunting, trip up the Main Kettle
fivier, bringing, in. a; 2-point buck,
each; -" ���"���'-'
The Late Mrs. Keffer,
7 The many-friends of Mrs. Emily
C. Keffer, wife of Frederic Keffer,
will  be grieved   to learn that she
passed away at her. home in   Spokane,   after   an   illness   of   three
I njonths.      Mrs.   Keffer lived    in:
Greenwood   from   May   1S96    to
March 1915, and she was beloved
by all  for   her  charming  manner
and    kindly, disposition.     Since
1915 Mr.   and  Mrs.   Keffer made
their home in Spokane, after spending    19   years    in     Greenwood,
where her husband was consulting
engiueer for the B.C. Copper Co.
Born in Ohio in 1860. Mrs. Keffer was a student and libarian at
tho Ohio State university in Columbus. After her marriage in 1887
she removed to the mining regions
of tho westerir United States and
Canada, wher�� her husband was
engaged in his profession.
She was prominent in .many
activities here and at Spokane and
was "av devoted member of the
Christian Science church. Beside
her husband, she ,.leaves a son,
Robert, who is a research chemist
with the Anaconda Copper company in Mantana, and a brother,
Milton Lahner, of Spokane; also
three brothers and^a sister in Columbus, Ohio.
L The burial services were held on
Monday, Nov. 8th, at 11 o'clock,
from Smith & Co's undertaking
parlors. She was laid at rest in
the Greenwood (Spokane) cemetery. .
Central School Report
October" 1920.
39
25
Trail Ore Receipts
The Consolidated Mining and
Smelting company received 12,125
tons of ore in the last eleven days
of-Ocfcober, according to a Trail report. This is comparable with
12.733 tons iu the last ten days of
September. The .receipts; for .the
September period were regarded as
among the greatest for ten days in
the history of. the company. . The
receipts in detail follow:
Bluebell, Riondel i '������������. .185
Emerald} Salmo-        . - !-38
Granby Con., Grand Forks ', - 91
Josie, Rossland - . 228
Monarch, Field, . -7. ' " . 33
Forth Star, Kimberley - 159
Paradise, Lake Windermere . 35
Ruth, Ainsworth ' -  "y 63
Skyline, A insworfch ".,'���' 63
Waterloo, Edgewood      , X 8
Company Mines       ,    - ' ��� .11,230
'
Col; C. E. E(3gett,,D.S,6.v. the
soldier-farmer candidate in the
-Yale by-election, will address - a
public meeting in the GreenwooS
threatre at 4,o'clock this.(Thurs-r
day.) afternoon.     -.���"
Hoa, J. D. MacLean was called
to the coast for a cabinet meeting,
and:will return, to Greenwood on
Thursday^ .He will hold 7meetings at principal pointslin the
riding at an early date.X--.:X ..- ;./
. 7Remetiiber-the;- 12th: of Nov-:
ember, Masquerade Ball.' -Three
prizes!to be "given, -Grand j. Forks
orchestra; and. a;sit 'downysupper.,
A large crowd..; is-'..expected' and
I spectators will>be charged 25c',;,.
v Hon. W. J. Bowser, leader of
the opposition, and J. R. Jackson
Cobservate candidate will address the electors of Greenwood
Riding at Riverside Hall, Rock
Creek, Friday evening? November
12th"at'So'clock.'  '".���./
. ,M. F. Madden, of. Chicago^, is
on ' a fen days business trip.to
Greenwood. On being ,asked by
The .Ledge' representative -as to
the.jfuture 7plans of the; Providence mine, Mr. .Madden.'had ho
statement, to make,, but; said that
work wis1 going oh steadily and
that high grade ore is being shipped reg'urarly..', ',"'.���'���/���; ��� ' . *.=
!E;'E.L. Dewdney manager of
;the Bank..,of'. Montreal at New
Denvep, and Mrs. Dewdney. are
leaving for Rossland -where 'Mr.
Dewdney .will manage the branch
of the: bank. | A few. days ago
at New'Denver. they.. were, presented . .with .an/ illuminated.
framed add ress "and a .cheque for
$225 oh behalf of the citizens fii
thejSlocari as a token of'. esteem
iu which they are held.
In. our report of--the Prime
Iviiaister's visit.: to Greenwood
last, week the writer/ihadvertent-
ly made a slight omission. By special request the Right Honorable
Arthur .Meighen asked to see. Mr,
T. A. Garland as fee .had promised to .dp.-,sp before leaving
Ottawa as.the premier is intimate
with, relatives of. Mr. /Garland,
Mrs. Meighen, wife of the Prime
Minister, .is well acquainted with
Mirs.'���'&. B.^Harrisv-having known
one "another in. Birtle,; Man. /.. It
was. a great honor, to. Mr.- Gar-
.3and..and.-4p::Mrs.;.; Harris "to:"be
visited by .a gentleman who holds
the highest position in the land;
division 1
'���V. E. Tripp, Principal
No. enrolled .       -
No. with perfect attendance
No. of days school was in session 19
Perfect attendance:
Emmet Anderson-,  Jack Anderson,   Agda Carlson,   Dolly  Granberg,   Johnson    Beattie,    Gordon
Jenks, Maria Williamson.
" Samuel Eustis, Margaret Eddie,
Aniind    Anderson,    John   Kerr,
George    Morrison,    Silvia   Price,
Gertrude Dixon.
Ethel Benson, Eraine DuHamel,
Horace DuHamel, Allan Fraser,
Ruby Goodeve, Mary Klinosky,
Cicilia.Hallstrom, William McLeod,
Annie Thorslund, Erne6t Wyder,
John Wyder.
Senior. Reader . IV: "Estella
Storer, Edna Williamson, Mabel
Axam, Ethel Fraser, Maria Williamson, Johnson Beattie, Gordon
Jenks, Harold Folvik, Emmet
AndersoD, Joe Klinosky, Russell
Enstis, Jack Anderson, Dolly
Granberg, Agda Carlson, Lilly
Intilla.
Junior Reader IV; Mildred
McLaren, John Kerr, Anund Anderson, Margaret Eddie, George
Morrison, Samuel Eustis,.-Silvia
Price, Gertrude Dixon, Mary Kerr.
Senior Reader III; John Wyder,
Allan Fraser, Ernest Wyder, Ruby
Good-eve, Mary Klinosky, Eraine
Duhamel, William McLeod, Cicilia
Hallstrom, Joe Putzel, ^HoraceT5u-
hamel, Annie Thorslund, Ethel
Benson, John McDonell, Joe
Krouten.       -"--:"-    r
DIVISION II
C. Mcintosh, Teacher.
Perfect attendance:
Bessie Bidder, George Bryan,
Myrtle Dixon, Lawrence Duhamel,
Lloyd Eustis, Harry Hallstrom,
Irene Inglis, Ciafence Johnsoij,
Doris "Kinsman, Kathleen McLeod,
John Putzel.  i
Proficiency List."    ""
Junior III Reader: Bessie Bidder,
Edward Wilson, "Doris Kinsman,
Myrtle Dixon, Kathleen McLeod,
Tillie McDonell, Frank Campolieto.
Senior II Reader:. Lawrence Duhamel, Clarence Johnson, .Doris
Dixon, Lloyd Eustis.    .
Junior II Reader: Irene Inglis,
Percy Fraser, Harry Hallstrom,
George Bryan, John Putzel. Helen
Kerr.--..'
-'���-: v DIVISION. Ill
;       / J. McKee,- Teacher.
Number enrolled,. -;
Perfect attendance
Daysschool in session
��� -. Perfect attendance:
Eijeen. Bryan, "Violet- Benson,
Lewis Clerf, Robert Carlson. Merideth... Fenner; Roy, Hallstrom,
Lewis Mitchell, Robert Mitchell,
Malcolm McLeod, Laura Mills,
Bertram Price, Marguerite Ritchie,
Alice: Ritchie,/,Bruce Trehune,
Irene . Watson, . /Daisy' Watson,
Mary. Skelton, Dick Morrison.
Proficiency List.. -    .
- ' First Reader: Lawrence Folvik,
Robert Mitchell, Lewis Mitchell,
Ed ward: Parry, Margaret Royce.
Second Primer:.' Merideth Fenner^ Malcolm McLeod, Eileen
Bryan,. Mary Skelton, Daniel Kerr.
Dick.. Morrison ^X Bertram Price,
Marguerite.Ri tchie.-
.. First Primer": ' Arthur Cox,
Yvonne Swayne/ Daisy Watson,
Irene Watson, ;AUan McCurrach,
Robert Carlson.;   7 w-
/Receiving Clasp: Laura Mills,
Bruce Trebunej Mary Pntzel, Roy
Halistrom;!���;��� Lewis Cleif, Alice
Ritchie, v Violet Ben eon. Charles
Royce..���   /"���'/'.  ,
Hon. J. D. MacLean *
Receives Nomination
An open Liberal- convention was
held in Riverside Hall, Rock
Creek on Friday evening, Nov. 5.
Ifc was attended by 200 people, in- -
eluding a large number of ladies.
D. McPherson was appointed
chairman and J. H. Goodeve secretary.
After   a   short   speech <-, by the
ohairman   nominations   were   declared   in   order.    W.   Clark,   of
Rock Creek,  placed Hon.. J.  D.
MacLean's name before -Che  meeting.   It was seconded by represent)-.
afcives fronTall polling divisions of
the Greenwood riding.    No other
name was  brought   forward,   Dr.
MacLean  was  then   declared  the
unanimous choice of the convention,  and was called  upo*n fob a   ,
speech,   in  which he showed the
favorable   record   of  the   present
government.
Mining News
In the course of a letter to -the
stockholders, L. L. Merrill,  president,   makes. the  following statement in reference to the suspension
of operations by the Hedley  Gold
Mining  company:      "During  the
world war we continued operations
at Hedley, as we felt it our duty,
not only to British Columbia and
the Allies, as the gold was needed,
but also felt our  moral   obligation -
-to the people of the town of Hedley.    After the armistice was signed, we continued to operate, thinking all costs including supplies and
so  forth,   would come  down  and
allow us to make a   fair   profit.
We have been disappointed In ,fchis,_
conclusion  and.find  that we can
not    earn- reasonable    dividends
under * existing    conditions    and *
maintain our reserves of ore.    The
mine, mil] and other plant should
be in good condition  to start up
when  times justify   it.    We feel
that under prewar conditions,  or
even 20 per cent thereof,   we can
earn good dividends."
29
IS
19
"With copper selling below 15
cents, lead-afc close to six^ and a
half   cents   and zinc afc    a   little
under seven cents, ifc must be apparent,  even  to the miner,  Jhafc
production eosts-Eriast-come down"
or employment largely cease.    Ifc
is a matter of inexorable economics,
diefcated by  the  very  human fact
that producers will not function afc
a loss.    After a world-wide orgy of
high wages, high costs,   high railroad rates, high  money and high
extravagance, the rapidly deflating
balloon   is   descending ���to   earth.
There is no dodging the unescap-
able conclusion that earth must be
reached with something of a bump,
even   though   the pilot   does   his
level best.-   All things considered,
mefcals are selling at figures proportionally far ��� below those   prevailing in pre-war days and  readjustment of a drastic nature ip unavoidable.    Necessarily, wages will
be fche last item of costs to come
down, but come down  they must,
and there seems every  reason  to
believe that the process will  be in
full   swing   during,   the    coming
winter.    It  is   to   be hoped-that
when the time comes,  labor in the
mining districts of the Northwest!
will do its own thinking and refuse
to be led away into economic unsoundness by loud-mouthed agitators.    The undivided  efforts of all
classes of society will be needed to
keep the boat on an even keel, and
labor's part will in  great; measure   *
be-the determining factor. ^ Like
youth, ecocomies mnst be served,
and the day of service ia afc hand."
Spokane Mining Troth.
Many complaints. are being
made of ycaag children breaking
windows in unoccupied buildings
and parents would be well advised to caution their youngsters
relative to this undesirable practice. LhiDiXE,     LiliEUX WOOD.     B.     0.
��-*����, you wish "some-
l���*f$. body would invent something now to eat" you
need Beecham'S Pills. Even
when digestion is good_, poisons
are formed during its processes that unless eliminated
irritate mind as well as body.
-.ml lUugnt songni
Timberley
j = umed    his    former    position, elbow:-
im; kiii-e-', chili in iiaii'i^.
1      All in- said was: ".All right, Haight
i Sec you io-iiiijiit.''
: tin' trail, gnu.uum
Tor  a  long   iii.n:   1 mipcrley  sal   it
'loop thougiii. 'Llu'n In: signed and.
i picking ii)j rod anci creel, made h.s
! wa}' co the .stream. He stooii.
��� waichiug the sunlight paini ih.- tti.ii-
' !;..ng water, .slanting through the
1 trots'     Iikc    a    gieai.iing  liaii'i   whioi
seemed emtctiii.g :.'-i nic swirling cur-
! rent, v.illi goiuen lingers. He smned.
' as he' wa..ciica j t.       i tiai current  \\-,iS
I'i .--tiny, tiu-s
mere   :..u')ins,
striving-    to
vvho.
sv.av
chm
ilWc
it.
;  lii.g. rs w.i c
hi...sell, ^vcrc i
Ucll,    tucy'
ii
eouidn t  dc  il.       they jn.glii  as  v
HI5\   j go witli tie: current.
Y^ ;     -V narrow trail ran parallel with
AhuU ssly   .1 iinberh.y
ow   it.       I'ci
���   [}V ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNlE
%
Printed    by    Spciai    Arrange
merits   with   Tims.   A'Jen,
Tc:
thc
startups  it  \i,,u.d
ri^L���j
IT;
L," he fum- j
>cver beard I
r-l J
:m I
(Lontin-'cin
aight stood up. "K
C(l���"all dunged rot. \V
of such a law? Uosh! I
this world is fmi ''t smootn sharks
who steal and do aii sorts uf shady
tilings���even murder���and get away
-with it."
"Xo, tlicy don't." Timbcrley's
tones were crisp. ''Thcy pay���some
time. Any da}- you care lo���providing: you know how���you may .sec that
story I havc jus: cited enacted here
in this forest, ]-laight. Everything
pays, some,,timc. I tell you; cvcry-
thin."
Haiglit rose and turned towards
thc tent. "Of courscl know that you
owe Dorkin a grudge, and that you're.
Injun enough to pay in full," he said
quietly; ''but," he added scathingly, "I j
neverknew beforc that you had a
streak of yellow that would go between 3-011 and your purpose ;uid
make you grope for a motive.''
-Timberley reached our and gripped
Haight's thin arm in fingers of steel.
"Haight," he said sombrely, "you're
sick, fanciful; otherwise, T would put
you acijoss my knee and .spank you
good."
Haight turned fiercely upon- his
friend; then gradually thc anger melted from his eyes ; the long face became transfigured by a smile. Timberley caught a suspicion of moisture
in the blue eyes now appealing to
him.
"Haight," hc said gently, "there's
nothing I can tell you, Comc,
Musko lias dinner ready, and I'm
hungry as a hunter."
Thcy ate dinner iu silence. Even
the Indian.' who usually had sonic
plan for canoe trip or sojourn to so ine'
noted trout streams to lay before his
patroijs, was quiet throughout the
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ivHSi'ght;
; stream.
eel   to   foi
| lead to a larger stream,, i.u.cper water
wiucii  wouid oiler bigger tiout.
|     Lor noa.ly an hour lie followed the
! trail    wiucii    gradually uippv i.i ue.pcr
| inlo     the    lie.ivy    lorcst.       Hire.   inc.
i uguis  i-cr.;>i'oii inoss and fern, mcl-
' lov--    and    gotucn   tnv<eu.       uuu  ami
J suIhIui-o. d.iy groped tlUQiigh  the iar- j
; reaching- aisles 01 UilS. the s.ku! sane-I
; turiry  o;   ihe  lorest, an  alien  sevi.ingj
'��� ireedoii),   yet   Invgeiing     as     tiioiig.i I
, loath   to   creep   beyond   tiie   wonders |	
; here disclosed. -j ���	
|     And   ail   in..-  glad,  swr-et   scents   0Jl|nCreaS
A'.Tien you meet with an accident
���a cut, a burn, a scald or a bruise
���-drtn't spenft money needlessly in
doctor's bills', b.:t apply Zam-Buk
at once. This herbal balm will end
tne pain, stop the bleeding, prevent
fostering aud heal Quickly. Keen
a box handy.
For skiu troubles Zam-Buk is
equally invaluable. A skin disea?e
cured by Zam-Buk does not break
out a sain, because Zam-Buk cures
frora tho "root" up. '
Zam-Buk is best for eczema, boils,
blood-poisonf-'g and nilps a n
dealers  50e. box.
piles.
All
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m
ax?
Production of
Penitentiary industries
the world .-eem- ct iing.ei mg in tnosc
dark; lied corridors; rose, .iusn.ine,;
helioti-opc. odors c.n myrrh and rare
s\veei scents ot orcnia. .Subtle, illusive, like, the .Spirit oi the .Soiiti.de to
winch they belonged, they loruud the j Labor to Cbtain Revenue.
incense ot l_,od s gnat cathedral.     =    j      .\n i,u.rc.:i3C ;n ,]lc producing activ-
Decpcr  crew   tne  simdows,  as   tlici;,:   .   ,,-'.i      ���,  ���.,.������ -  r       i
.   , , , i ities   ot   ihe  penitent ..'lies  or  Canada
lorest  became  denser;  and  now,  jar,.
ahead,  grew  up  the  rum.be  of deep,! ls sukUo be among the reforms w.nch
"strong water." |--n* bcing considered by the com-nis-
A  lilile laic
Proposal   for   Utilization  of  Convict
Timberley  heard' thc,
gnash, and snarl of thc rapid, distinctly,       lhe   forest   lignteued    and     all
about  welled  up   tlic  murmur  of  the
wold things; the chatter oc squirrels,
the notes of- nesting woon-bmis.
sion which is now enquiring into conditions with a view- toward reform.
The proposal would involve the utilization of convict labor in thc manufacture     of     clothing,     boor*,     etc.,
Manitoba's Wheat Yield
Average Yield Per Acre For 1920
Given As Fifteen Bushels.
The average yield of wheat pcr
acre in Manitoba for 1920 was 15
bushels,-according to. thc final report
of thc department of agriculture for
thc year. Threshing is completed
with the exception of a few fields of
flax, according to thc report. Much
fall plowing lias~b-ch completed and
������tlic land, is in fine shape for next
spring's work. Thc supply of winter feed will meet all requirements.
Following is a summary of conditions, as issued by George C. Batho,
of the Manitoba Department of Agriculture:       ,..
"Threshing is practically all finished in Manitoba; although a few scattered lots of flax are ..yet unthrcshed.
Now that threshing is done, reports
of correspondents as to yields should
bc fairly accurate. The averages of
a'l reports submitted arc as follows:
Wheat just below 15.bushels; oats,
33 5-6; barley, 22 1-10; flax, S ?.-5; rye,
16 1-5; potatoes just over 100. The
potato  crop is all dug.
"October has been a vcry fine
month, and, on lhc whole, the conditions for plowing have beer, excellent,
and a larger area���ir, some places a
much larg:r area���than usual is
plowed. Several correspondents re-
poit> tliat suni'mcrfallows art particularly satisfactory.
Quick Aerial Service
Across Canada
A glade, broad and verdant green,   coupiC(i   with   an   extension,   of   truck
spread out Luiorc him. as ue. eme.g^.Ui _     , ... . .  . .
from the  trees.      At its foot a v^dc' ff:udcu   and   tnut   Srown-.q   activities.
stream    Hashed    and    shouted, as  it|A daily allowance would be made to
dashed   between jagged,    rocks     audi thc convicts,  to be paicl to  their dc-
1 threw showers of spiay upon the w.ldj pendents,   if   any,   or   kept   until   the
I flowers lifting from its mossy shore.   ,���    ���f   ..       .,��� ..    ,       ��� ��� ,    ,
��� ���    , .   ,      ��       1,1-1 i ,    ! term  ot   thc   particular  prisoner  had
Limberlev caught: his breath, as lie,        ..���,.,
expired,  fins scheme has been work-
gazed. Here was a picture ii is soul
could grasp and understand; somc-
tliing strong, vivid, pulsating; something- gloriously unfettered, that
toueuecl a chord deep within him and
made his pulses leap.
His    eyes    wandered    beyond    the
stream   to  a  sloping   tableland  gem
nied wit'h tiny groves of Iir and cedar
beyond thesc to a blue lake sleeping
.1
ed with marked success in certain of
the state penitentiaries across the
line. In fact in some cases the production and revenues therefrom havc
been so great as to pay thc expenses
of the institution and contribute considerably to thc state treasury. ,,
���The   scheme,   if    adopted, must be
beneath    a    skv of swimming topaz..
The white cabins in the clearing, he.   Sllcu as not to seriously compete with
knew, must be those of Lookup Set-   thc ordinary labor market.'   A further
tlcment;    those    lilting hills, beyond,   lcform proposed is said to bc thc do-
must be Old Creation Kills. ��� ������;,   .,     ,     ,. r
,   .- - .��� ,  c mg away with the locking up of cOn-
A linger ot lorest ran out tor per-      �� J       . =>    '
haps fifty yards into tlic valley. 1 im~ i Vlcts  ou  holidays  winch  fall  upon   a
icrley wanted to vief.- from its other
side.      There he could secure the full
sweep of  thc    wonderful    panorama.
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trees and stepped out on thc farther
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incarceration for two consecutive
days results.
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Could Be Accomplished With Aerodromes' and Wireless Outfits,
Says Tylee.
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50 miles and with wireless control of
the planes, there would bc nothing to
prevent a regular forty-hour air
service between Halifax and 'Vancouver, according to General A. K. Tylcs,
air commodore, who reached Ottawa
recently on his return from the trans-
Canada flight. General Tyles flew
from Winnipeg--to Vancouver as a
passenger during thc recent ilight and
returned to Ottawa impressed wilh
thc possibilities.of developing a commercial cross-Canada service.
weig
mark
sealed
You get the ful!
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on the
Led Rose
ige.
The tea is weighed
on our costly automatic electric scales before it goes into the
package. ''
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dust.
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Canada.
Cauada is emerging from thc after-
war muddle with thc sun of prosperity shining bright ov��r her b.road domain. Her barns arc bursting with
the foodstuffs for which the older
countries hunger. Her gold and silver
mines .are pouring forth tli ir riches.
Her almost inexhaustible deposits
are daily taking on ncw values. Her
fro.zcn nortluis seeping with oil that
will feed the millions of autos" for five
hundred ycars to ocmc.
Canada is coming back to normal
���coming fast���coming also to a great
period of prosperity.
Hasten, its    coming by cjrowning,
your pessimism.
Prove your patriotism by becoming
an optimist.���Toronto Telegram.
To Can'Whitefish
Canning Will Give.Industry An All
Year Market.
Canada is  to add  whitefish  to thc
world's appetizing canned foods.      A
factory  for canning  thc  whitefish  of
Northern Canadian lakes is to be established   on   Lake    Athabasca.    Alberta.      -Whitefish    swarm    in    these
northern waters, but owing to lack or
transportation and refrigerating facilities,    they,   supply    only   -a    winter!
market.     Thcy arc taken in nets low- j
crcd" through holes in the ice, where .1
thcy arc frozen in temperatures that;
make     all     outdoors   a_" refrigerator.'
Thcy are hauled on dog<^leds to the!
railway and shipped all over Canada.!
A United States market    has ^.been7
established   in    Chicago   and   other
western cities,
In summer thc industry is suspended because thc fish spoil beforc fhey
.can bc got to market. Living in ice-
cold water, lhc whitefish of the Canadian north have a finer flavor than
those of thc more southern latitudes.
Canning then: will give the industry
an all-year market. Whitefish arc
onc of thc most extensively marketed
of fresh-water fish. Vast quantities
are taken in the Great Lakes and
shipped all over Eastern Canada and
the United Statcs, even in summer.
Britain After the Toy Trade
Have Launched a Big Campaign to
Supplant Foreign' Toys. .
British toy makers have launchcdva
big campaign to supplant foreign
toys iiv the British markets, and since
thc war a largc number of. new firms
havc begun manufacturing and old
ones havc extended their production.
The campaign is being conducted by
the British Toy Association, which
has branches''-in all of the principal
cities in the United, Kingdom where
thc toy and game industries are prominent. Special advertisements arc
being inserted in the leading"-magazines and newspapers, calling attention to the comprehensive range of
toys how -being manufactured in
Great Britain and urging the British
public to give preference to British-
made goods. ~
You -will immensely
improve the tastmesa
o^'dislies apd add tre-
dously.   to   their
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mendously.
nourishing   value
yoii use plenty of
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Thc custom of using a coat of arms
is traced to early Biblical tinies.
Being A Prince,
Being a Prince has its drawbacks.
The British Government is Said ��b bc   -
looking   for   a   suitable wife for -the*
Prince"of Wales.     How   would    the
ordinary young man like to have the
selectmen or thc    school    committee    -
choose    a    "best    girl"    for    him?���
Youth's Companion. -'
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Forty-Four Feet Around.    '. ' -.'
One of thc  biggest of Jrces .is. in"
Worthington,    Ind.      It    is a giant
Sycamore, which is 44 feet 6 inches in
circumference near the ground,'and is
150 feet high.       "��' -
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6< A T the very first twinge, down
4* cornea my bottle bf Sloe '.si..
- -then quick relief, without rubbing,
for its stimulating* ancl scatters
congestion.-   The boys use it for -
stiff muscles, and it helps Sally's
' backaches, too."   35c, 70c, $1.40.
(Made-in Canada)
Choosing* Coal by
The Microscope
Old! Roman Road:
m   c
Series    of    Microscopic    Tests    By
Which Various Coals Are
Classified.
The selection of the particularcoal
to   give  thc best  results   for  certain
purposes has always been an important matter for fhc engineer.     Today,
with thc enhanced cost'of coal, it has
become"* a vital  problem."    Hitherto
it has been  the custom' lo rely-'iipon
open     chemical ( compositions     and
tests  of the  heat value of  the  coal,
but   the  engineer of  a  leading  firm
..whicli'-buys about a quarter of a million tons of coal every year for various uses, confirms the suspicion that
something more is needed beforc the
most economical coal iu each case
can be determined.     He has worked
. ont a scries of microscopic tests by
which various coals arc classified,
each class being-most efficient for
steam."raising, or gas production, or
^sonic other particular service. v    The
.-method adopted is to grind the surface-of a small ^sample of coal exceedingly smooth, fix it by the
smpojh^ surface to a picQe^ of glass
and grind away the remainder until a
slice thin enough lo transmit light remains on thc glass. When examined under the microscope this slice reveals the inner structure of.'thc coal..
The 'behavior'of >the coal when fixed
corresponds to its structure, which
thus provides an index to the. use
which ought lo bc madc,of the coal,
lhe same investigator has found lhal
vcry uniform results arc . given bV
samples from the one seam of coal,
so that one or two tests are sufficient
to determine the qualities of the
scam. If this method is -developed
it will become possible lo order coals
according lo an exact "specification,
much as is how done with" special
steels and .alloys.
Formed the. Backbone of the Transportation System of the Ancient
''.-���'. Empire.
^oiiie of tlie roads built by the Romans .2,000'..years-ago are still' in active use. Thesc roads have lasted
through the centuries'simply because
of their, massive construction.
'" lA^n'icdrth' ;sirbgracle,; carefully prepared and- drained, was the foundation for. four, .-layers of materials, each
so carefully laid that if contributed
greatly to the long, life of thc road.
".-.'First came the ,,s.tatumcn) on foundation,- then the rodus, next' the nucleus, and finally the' pavement or
wearing surface., Thc statumen and
pavimentum consisted of large flat
stones, while the two intervening
courses were built of smaller stones
laid in lime mortar.
For the chariot and pack-horse
traffic-of Roman times, such roads
seem ridiculously heavy, but the wisdom of the builders "was'amply demonstrated by- the 800 years during
which the Roman road system formed
the backbone of the trau'sport'atioli
system of the  ancient  empire.
The First Electric Ship. - ...
Thc Cuba/the world's first electrically propelled passcucger and
freight ship, was sent on her first trial
trip from' Brooklyn recently.'^ The
Cuba is 300 feet in length and has accommodation for 260 passengers.
Kill the Germs of
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BY ACTING  TODAY "YOU  CAN
, QUICKLY   CURE .CATARRH
-     AND AVOIDJBRONCHITiS,''
. PERHAPS'' CONSUMPTION.
Most Agreeable and Surest Cure- Is
Catarrhozone, Which Cures Every
Curable Case. .        """-'
e liay is
Wlion the
hbup'eho Id
cares and tho
worries of
everyday life
have dragged
y o ii do w n ,
made j'ou unhappy, and
there is nothing in lifc but
headache, back-
acho and worry,
turn to the right'
prescription, >
ono gotten up by Dr. PJprce fifty years ago."
'Everything1 growing out of tho ground
seems intended-for some use in establishing natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo; N. Y., Ions since found out what
is naturally best for 'women's diseases.
He learned it all through treating thousands of cases. Tho result of liis studies
was a medicine cnlled Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. Tliis medicine is made of
vegetable growths that nature surely intended for backache, headache, weakening
pains,-irregularities, and for tho many disorders common to jvQjneu in all ages of life.
s Orillia, Out.:���"I sulTored from a bad caso
of woman's trouble with backache, nervousness, disordered digestion, irregularity and
I had great pain all the times sometimes I
would faint at my work. I had ono physi-
ciau'&fter auothonbut they did mo no good,
T then took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and it fixed mo up all right, I look much
better and foci lino. I will recommend tho
'Proscription' to all suffering as P did."���
MHSrMAYBELLE B. GRATRIX, 115
Albert St. -
VPrito Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., for confidential advice and
you will receive the medical attention of a
specialist, wholly without fee���no charga
whatever. .-���"..
Winter Holiday Resort
Cotton Seed.
Cotton seed was treated as garbage in f&60; by 1870 it was bcing
used as fertilizer; in 1880 its usefulness ns food for- cattle had been
recognized; and in 1890 its potentialities as a tabic food wcrc being advertised the. country oyer. Now it
is 'one of the most -important of thc
sources of oils, varying from thc
clearest "olive'' to thc coarsest paint-
oil. (
I
Thc    largest    edible oysters in thc
world   arc Sound in Australia.    Thcy
-lucribiu'c -sometimes more" lhan a"fo'ot
across the shell.,
\
No child 'should be a'lowcd to' suffer an hottr-from worms when prompt
relief can begot iu a simple but
strong remedy ��� Mother Grave's
"Worm Exterminator..
In Reduced Circumstances.
The former Kaiser has lost a large
p.ut of his weal tli aud ha�� now an
income.aifiottiiI ing to a bare $600,000
.a year. - Still, he can do-pretty well,
with lhal in Holland, which is au inexpensive place io live in���Froni the I
Clcvc'nnd Plain Dealer.
- Catarrhozone proves especially
good in those chronic cases where
mucous drops down the throat,- sickens the stomacli, and pollutes thc
breath.- When thc nostrils arc"stuff-'
c'dj.cmly a few breaths through the, inhaler, are needed fo clear, the passages, and where there-is coughing
and sore bronchial tubes,, the soothing, -healing, properties of Catarrhozone act almost as magic. -
Once you stop taking -medicine into
the.stomach.and get tlfc healing oils
aiid'pure balsams of Catarrhozone at
work 'you can bc sure of quick aud
lasting cure for nose colds, catarrh,
weak -lungs, bronchitis and speaker's
sorg thioat.
- .The, complete $1.00 outfit of Catarrhozone is sufficient for two
mouths' treatment, and is guaranteed.
Smaller size SOc, al ail dealers, or the
Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.
Communication with the Dead.
Thomas A. Edison'does not believe
that human personality exists -after
death. Yet, he-added, he jvas still
working on his "apparatus for communicating with the dead. Air. Edi-
sot\_comparcd his apparatus to a valve
which, turned by the comparatively
puny human hand wielding one-
cighth horsepower, release thc energies of a mamolh turbine with 50,000
horsepower.   ���
Progress of "Wireless"
x ���~��~~- -   " /.        '
Connecting all Parts of the Empire by
a Network of.Radio Circuits.
Radio-telegraphy has. made .such
progress recently that'it may yet
supersede the costly and frangible
qccau cables. In comparing thc .two
systems,'Rear-Admiral Billiard of thc
United State's navy, said that in the
past fifty'.years.-there has been practically no development or increase of
efficiency of the cable. Licut.-Col. B.
C. Gardiner,- one of the .British delegates, stated that the Imperial Communications Committee, which deals
with the questions of cables and the
wireless policy of the British Empire,
had recommended, lhe erection of
twelve high-powered radio stations in
England, India, Africa and other
parts of the United Kingdom for the
ptirpos-c'of interconnecting all parts
of lhc Empire by a network of radio
circuits. These stations arc lo be
owned and operated by thc Jlritish
Government, and uot by private
capital. In the United Statcs thc
Navy Department has entered into
close relations with a private company which is completing A radio
central station system to provide lines
of communication lo all parts of thc
world.���From the Toronto Globe.  '
Record Revenue from Fish ancl Game
Ontario's revenue from ihe fish and
game department for the fiscal year1
ending Oct. 31, is onc hundred thousand in excess of the revenue for last
year, and greatly in advance of any
other ycar~in ihc history "of life" department..
Masterpiece For Montreal.
Lord Alholslau has purchased Gabriel Max's celebrated mas'lerpiccc,
''The Raising .of Jairus' Daughter,"
for presentation loathe Montreal Art
Gallery.
Want Advanced-Legislation
Urge That Domestics Be Included In
Compensation Act.
At a meeting of the United Women's Educational Federation of On-
tario held at Hamilton, 'a resolution
was passed petitioning thc Ontario
Government to include domestic servants as beneficiaries under lhc
Workmen's Compensation Act, and
requesting that domestic servants
come under'' thc " provisions of lhc'
Mjnimum \Vage  Bill.     ._     _   _
A' resolution was passed calling
upon Hon. R. TI. Grant, minister df
education, to havc swimming pools in-
���stallcd in all,public schools in thc province. ��� ���
A    Delightful    Trip   Through   The
Canadian Rockies to the Pacific
Coast.
Shortly after leaving Calgary the
route of the Canadian Pacific Railway
winds for somc distance through thc
foothills before plunging into thc fastness of the mighty Rockies. Then
for over five hundred.miles a continuous panorama' of -bewildering magnificence is presented, which no pen can
adequately describe. Wondrous glacial fields, startling precipices, snowcapped peaks, wide forest areas, clear
lakes and peaceful valleys combine in
encnanting array. Add to this tin
165 miles steamer trip on. the palatial
Princess Steamers from Vancouver to
Victoria and Seattle on -Puget Sound,
thc most charming inland voyage
known, and you havc a pretty fair
idea of what the Canadian Pacific has
to offer the traveller to the Pacific
Coast.
Vancouver Island is recognized as
Canada's all-year resort, where golf,
motoring and other outdoor pastimes
may be enjoyed every day in.the jrcar.
Thousands of miles of magnificent
motor roads radiate from Victoria to
various points of interest.
A visit, to the coast that docs not
include a few days at Victoria cannot
bc justified. ^ It is rather a pity to
spend the lime "doing" cities that are
in most of their -essential features
very much alike, if it means eliminating Victoria, when by a four-hours
sail by steamer on one of the jnost
beautiful stretches of inland waters
iii the world, your trip may take on
all the' characteristics of .a foreign
tour.
A trip to the-Pacific Coast this
winter will be time and' money .well
spent. Any Canadian Pacific Agent
will gladly furnish particulars and any
information which may bc required.
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Gilleit's Lye has long been regarded as a household necessity because of the fact that it is useful
in so many ways* and so satisfactory in every
respect that no woman feels that she can keep
house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap
for washing and cleansing. One can of Gillett's
JLye will snake ten pounds of good soap in twenty
minutes. Many of its uses afe shown in. booklet
under the label.
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The Modern Newspaper
Is One of the Greatest Factors in Our
- Complex Civilization.
.The modern newspaper, with its
vast circulation and wide appeal, is a
critic of the timc-^-a mirror of the
momcn.t. It is the schoolmaster of
thc world. But it is morc than that:
It is an cvcr-kiiully friend, a staunch'
and; certain help in trouble.- It
rcach.es to cvery corner of the" land,
stretching out the hand of comradeship to every townsman and every
cottager. During the war its power
was invaluable. - It brought the.last
poor crumb of comfort to many in
the knowledge���conveyed by somc
pictured trinket���that even in death
they were not forgotten. Thc universal knowledge that publicity brings
makes all mankind your friend. It
is thc lodestar of civilization.���London Daily Express.
Onie Great Essentia:;
-To a-Woman's Health
is Her Nerves,
Minard's liniment Co., Limited.
Gcnt'cman, I havc used MIN-
AUD'S J.rNLUliN'T on my' v sscl,
and in my family for years,, and for
the every day ills and accidents' of
life I consider it has, uo.;Cquai.
. 1 \yoiihl not start a voyage without
il if it cost.lt dollar a bottle.'
CAPT. F. R. DESJARDIN.
Schr.  "-'Storke',"   St. .Andre,  Kaniour-
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Nature    intended    women    to    bc
strong, healthy and htippy as thcsdav
���is   long,  instead   of   being   sick   and
wrctihed..   But how can  any  woman
be'healthy ami happy wlien the whn'e
~- nervous    system'   is""unstrung,  .   The'
���"    trouble is -they pay more al ten tion to
-'   their social and houschoJj^dutie.s than
-,thcy   do   to  their1 health. - Ts  it  any,
x" wonder  then -that, they become irrir-j
\ able .and   nervous;  have, hot   flushes, j
,   "      faint and dizzy spplls, smothering and
'  -    sinking spells, become weak" and nervous, and everything in' life becomes
*   -     dark and gloomy.
llilburn's Heart and Nerve Pilk arc
the very remedy-thar nervous, tired-
out,   venry  .women "need   to   restore
thcm to the blessing* of good health, i
.     Mrs. P. II. Ryan, Sand Point.-N.S., j
writes: "I havc been a great sufferer I
from ncrv'c troubles.   -I was so weak!
.',    ., ~'.n<l nervous I could, not .sleep, af "night j
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, 'Horse Is Van'shihg.
-Tlie horse-is being driven.even from
the plains of Montana. The last big"
horse--raising company' in The stale-
\vill sooii cease to raise houses.. The
"Long X" company ,will - place- .ils
brand on cattle only \n thq."future.
Three thousand horses will bc sold at
its final auction. Motor cars and:
tractors to" blame, say officials.
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of defective kidneys. *
Uncovers Ancient Monster.
E. H.- Barbour, of thc Nebraska
State University, has unearthed thc ,'
skeleton' of. a jprehistoric animal,
w,hich he believes to bc more than
200,000' years old. Ti will be preserved "and .jent    to    the    university
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; Poisons   are   hem^  left   In, taa
blood which cause pains and achfls.
The  kidneys,   liver   and   bowol*
must be aroused to action by each
treatment as Dr.  Chase's Kidney- /
Liver Pills.
There is no time for delay.when
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Catarrhal Deafness Cannot fee Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased poition of the car. There is
only onc way ,10 cure Catarrhal "Deafness,
and that is by a conslilution.il icincdy.
HALL'S CATARRH MJ.vDIClXE acts
through the J3'ood on tlie Mucous Suifaccs
of the System. Catarrhal Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of tlic
mucous lumig of the Kust.iohr.ir. Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bliuc; sound or impcifccl heaiing, and when
il is entirely closed, Deafness is thc result.
Unless thc inflammation can bc 1 educed and
this tube restored to its normal condition,
he.irinp may be dcstiuycd ~ forever. Many
cases of Deafness arc caused by Catanh,
which is an inflamed condition of the Mucous
Surfaces.
ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for any
case of Catlnulial Deaf ness lhat cannot bc
cured  by  HALL'S  CATARRH   MKDTCIN'E.
All  Drugists 75c.      Ciiculars ficcr.
F. J. CheiK-y & Co., Toledo. Ohio,     .
Origin of Dollar Mark
Accountants .First Used it to Save
Time:
'Before iSSO the iioIIar���inark ($) was
seldom used. It appeared in lhe
eighteenth" century manuscripts not
.more than' fiftcn "or ��� twenty times.
But- the .dollar- v.as ,lhui a fainiliar
coin. The, sums arc" given in dol-
'lars, but not 'one of thc^signcrs us.cd
the; $ symbol: thcy wroteJ'dollars," or
"doll.", .or. "ds." The clo'lar' maik
clearly came over in general use from
the accountants or book-keepers who
first employe (I it as a means of .saving, lime. It is 'a. remarkable, coincidence that-thr three names by -which
the Spanish doll.ir -was known, peso,
piastre and piece 'of ei^hl, all bepan
witli thc letter p, and .all three formed
th. plural by- the addition of the letter s. Hence p and ps answered admirably as abbreviations for-any of
these names.' Men wrote p, with a
flourish ,fiTul raised the s sonn what
above "the p. The transition-'from
this symbol to thc dollar mark apparently came- about unconsciously, in"
the effort to simplify the complicated
motion" of flic pen.
A Saddle Horse For Every Family Is
Advocated.
Horscback'riding.is a more general
sport now than it has been for many
y^ars past���since thc days when the |
saddle  horse was  used  of necessity'
Now he's used for exercise and diver*
sion.     There arc more privately own- j
ed    saddle    horses,   and many more
horses kept for hire  today, than before the advent of thc motor car.
. The Horse Association of America
shows proof.that good riders need hot
be born horsemen, but can bc made
under thc schooling of experienced
riders and'the horse itself. The association urges saddle horses and j
ponies for .children especially. Boarding stables and riding academics have
reduced their prices this fall, following thc drop in cost of oats and hay.
Hamilton Bassett, thc Billy Sunday
of the west, says it means less work
for the undertakers. "A. child that is
brought lip'with a horse or pony for
a.companion, is a child that is early
taught self-control and poise, not by
precept and principle but by experience,"- he says. "If there were a
pony in every home, there would be
less eratic children and less work for
the juvenile courts, less drugs, less
work for the undertakers."
"Pape's Diapepsin" for
Stomach
"Pape's Diapepsin" is thp quickest, surest
relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence,
Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few/tab-
Ieta give almost immediate stomach rehef and
shortly the stomach is corrected so you can
eat favorite foods without fear. 'Large case
costs only 60 cents at diug store. 'Absolutely
.'laimless and pleasant. Millions helped annually. Laige^t selling stomach collector
in   worlj.
Manitoba Egg-
Laying Contest
Ten Single Comb Anconas Give 2,041
Eggs in Year.
A pen of single comb Anconas,
owned by W. H. Howe, of Winnipeg,
won the egg laying contest conducted
for thc province, at thc Brandon Experimental farm. This pen ' laid
2,041 eggs in one ycar.
A pen of White Wyandottes, owned by Thos. Lund, of Stonewall, is
second with 1,842, while a pen owned b}r W. H. Simmington, of Brandon,
was third with 1,830. These three
pens also were the three highest egg
layers in thc Dominion. Each- pen
contains ten birds.
Miller's Worm Powders are sweet
and palatable to children, who show
no hesitancy in taking them. They
will certainly bring worm troubles to
an end. They are a strengthening
and stimulating medicine, correcting
the disorders of digestion that thc
worms cause and. imparting a healthy
tone to the system most beneficial to
development.
World Press Congress Postponed.
The press congress of the world,
which was to have been held a: Syd-,
ney, Australia, in 1918, but was postponed till March, 1921, has been further definitely postiwncd, mainly
through travel cost and other difficulties.
Women   are   curious   about   everything;   men   are curious only about
women.
Irkutsk,'Siberia, with a population
of 126,000, has had an average of 500
murders a ycar for decades.
A whale is able to remain under
water for an hour and a half without
coming up for air.
The    Welsh    language closely resembles that spoken in Brittany.
Gracalated Eyelids.
Eye. inflamed by exposure to Sun, Dust and Wind
quickly relieved by Murine
EyeHeiaedy. No Smarting,
just Eye Comfort. At
your Druggisti or by mail 60c per Bottle.
Foi Book of (he Eye free write his
iiurine Eye Retaady Co., Chicago.
Five Miles of Warships
Surrender of German Navy Has Been
Completed.,
Thc final batch of surrendered German warships arrived in thc Forth at
Edinburgh thc other day. The concluding surrender 'included five cruisers���the Lubcclc, Stettin, Danzig,
Augsbcrg and' the Munchen,
Lined mostly off thc Linlithgowshire shore, the'ships stretch for five
miles above the Forth Bridge.
They will bc disposed to minor
naval powers such as Bra?;l, Chili and
Poland.
The vessels are somewhat dilapidated and look shodHy in appearance
compared to the British warships.
Minard'.s   Liniment   For   Garget   in
Cows.
' Winnipeg Building Permits.
From January 1st to thc end of
September this ycar the total value of
the building permits issued in Winnipeg was $8,498,400. This is thc liigh-
est figure that has been reached ovcr
a similar period since 1912, indicating
that thc city is getting back to its
pre-war stride of prosperity.
Ten Farms. Sold.
The    Canada    Land and Irrigation
Company disposed of ten farms during   October  on' their property  fifty
miles west of Suffield, Alberta.
a. You are nor
[3 experiinent-
Ul Ing -w li e n
TJ' jou u��e Dr.
'.' Chase's Ointment for Eczema and Skin Iinta-
tlons. It-relieves atpnee and gradually heals tho skin. ' Sample 1'ox Dr.
Chase's Ointment free if you mention this
papi'.r ancl send 2c. stamp for .postage. 6��e. a
box; alldenieis or Kdmanson, Bales & Co.,
-Limited, 1'orouto.
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.A Born Politician.      n
Littic Joey Jesso was  entertaining
his sister's nervous admirer, and, aftcr
making thc usual juvenile remarks on
marbles    and    tops,    he    announced j
"Ethel told ma yesterday you was a '���
born politician."      The    young    man
was delighted, and, -wishing' to know!
morc, added: "That so?  '  Why doct j
she think that?"   "'"Thai's just  what
ma wanted to know, and  Ethel sa'd
it's because you can do so much talking without commit'tin' yourself."
MAKING MONEY
Make
Money
ih
Spare
Time
1A.ARY and
CO MISSION
CONTRACT
Write��� The
J. L. NICHOLS Co. Ld.
TORONTO, ONT.
More
Money
in
Full
Time
NECESSARY TO HEALTH
New Maniloha, north of latitude S3,
last ycar produced from natural resources $3,500,030 worth of commodities, including copper and gold ores,
fish, furs, timber and agricultural products. -
Women have poor heads for figures;. ���. vThat.,ina.y..be. why; it-igv almost
'iinpas.s!b!e->f^ fighj^lier^tgTil;
When the Blood Becomes Weak and
Watery a Tonic is Needed to
Build it Anew.
- Why are wc b.ciug continually,told
lhat" goo.d, health-giving blood inusi
he bright .red? 'What has color to
do witii the ijuality? . Just this���the
oxygen in.the air !s,thc.'g!\ai supporter of all- organic life. One function
of the blood is to 'take -thc -oxygen
from the air���which it meets in the
lungs'and'deliver it lo the tissues of
thc body. Whui the blood, tilled
with lite-sustaining oxygen,' is sent
out by - the' heart, it is bright red.
When it ri turns," iinpurc-a'nd deprived
of oxygen, it is dark.   -
Yoii will sec, then.fore, that there
are two prime roqiii.iites -of lualth,
pure'air and bright red -blood���lhc
pure air to- furnish the oxygen," the
lic-h red blood to cairy il where it is
needed. Dr. Williams -.l'ir.1; Pills
make your bicod jich and red because
lliey increase its power "lo cairy- oxygen, actually making it so much,more'
able l�� .carry increased lifc and
sticuglh to every organ in the body.
Tale anaemic people whose nerves
are on edge, whose checks arc pale,
and who tire out easily, should try
Dr. Williams Pink Pills, and note the
steady improvement that follows thcir
usc. A case in point is thai of Mis.
J. P. Rolston, Soiifh River, Gift., who
says:���"About two years ac;o my ostein was in a bad'y run down condition; and I kept growing worse nil
the lime until J could hardly do my
housework. I had se\crc headaches
and pains across niy back and under
my left shoulder,- I did not sleep
well and would feci just as lircd "when
1 got up in lhc morning as when I
went to bed. -Life seemed 'a burden. I had taken doctor's medicne
for a long time, but it did not meet
my case, at least il did mc no good.
THfc,   WEW   FRENCH   REMEDY.
THI
ION No; 1'
Jo. 3
No 1 for Bladder Catarrh No 2 for Mood S
Skin Dlsaani < No. 3 for Ohronln Vj oaltnecsea.
of>L.riBYr.EJ."r.Gcuririsis. pkick ih ekri.am>.3>.
Dr LECLi'itrMcd Co.,H;��<!r!;tockRd..N W.5.Londoo.
SKC T'-AOE MASKED. WORD " THF.RAPins ' IS o��
SKIT  GOVT   STAMP ArfiXED TO GENUINE r/CKETS-
As��*nca's Pioneer
Dos Remedies
BOOK-ON     ���
DOG    DISEASES   ,
and  How  to  Feed
Mailed     I'rrc    to    say
Addieis  by   the
Autaor
IL   <XAY- f.T.OVER
- CO.,   INC..
118    West.   Jl't-street,-
New   York,   US.A
Gook's Cotton Root Compass^
A sn/t, reliable rtpvlatinQ
meilici.tc. -Sold in threo He.
frees of ntrcnsth���Xo. 1, Clj
To. 2, $3; No. 3, S3 per fcor.
Sold by oil drurnst.1, or sent
prepaid on rccdjit of mica,
Froo pamphlet. Adclxesji
THE COOIt MEDICINE CO���
lOBOSIO, QKT, (formerly Mat::.)
Beautiful Women
of Society, duringthepast
seventy years have relied
upon Jt for their distinguished appearance. The
s soft, refined, pearly
white complexion it
renders Instantly, is
always the' source of
flattering comment,
1000 Eggs
��� in Every Hen
New System Ot" Poultry Keeping���Get Dollar
A Dozen Eggs���Famous Pouitryman.
���-TE-LLS-HOW	
SINCE (1870 .   ^SiW/iff-
30i?8��ieOUGHS'
BUY "DIAMOND DYES"
DONT RISK MATERIAL
Each packng-p of "Diamond "0\-C9"'. contains direction? so simple tliafc any
woman Wan dye any material without
shwiking, fading or running. Druggist
ii&s color caj-d���Takd no other dyc-f
&;P'rr<
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:;Can rjSj^^s^no f;;��� t li efbir thp^ee::5x��S!Qft;
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M cai efes��o��Syrll7rb��jSen^^
'jiaidvi-Sfi iSO^eents 'i'a;��bosVSoiv/six-:bx)x:es
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VuPaten? Fjrotectioji": bQoklc* and
^Erobf^f'Gdrtceptio'B^o'w-'r'e^uSs^.
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"ihe great trouble with tlie poultiy liusi-
ncss lias always been that the layins" life ot
a hen was-too short," says Henry Traflord,
International l^oultry Expert and Bieedci, for
neaily eighteen ycars Editor of Poultiy Success.
Thc average pullet lays ISO eggs. If kept
the^fccond vear, she may lay 100 more.
Then she goes to market Yet, it ha^ been
scientifically established that cvery pullet is
born or hatched v.itli over one thousand minute egg terras in her system���and will 1 iy
thcm on.a highly picfitablc b.csis o\ci a i>c 10U
of four to six jcars' time if given piopc;  taie.
How to work to get 1.000 eggs fiom cvery
hen; how to get pullets laying caiiy; how tr>
make .the old hens lay like pallet:,; how to
l:eep up heavy egg production all thiotiq-h
cold winter months -when eggs arc h ghe->r;
triple egg production; 'in.ike slac'vci licis
luetic; ?5.0l1 grolit from cvciy hen in m\:
winter monllii. ^ Tlicae anil' nwtiy oth t
money mahiug poultry sen en an- ronlai ed
in.Mr. T:afTord'>- "l.OOJ KGG IIMN" ��> ,te -i
of, poultry lai-incr, one copy of winch v.ill bs
scut ab'-oknclj free-.to .my reader ol tin-,
paper -ulio l.ccps :-i\ hen1; or-uioic V.vyi
'-hould co (o ,i iloihii or moie a ilo/ci t'rs
.winter. " This mean1, big p-ofu to the puu'trv
deeper who geis thc <.ggs. Mr. 'Ir.ilTu-d
tells how. If you Icep 'chiclscii. and ua'it
thcm to'mal<e monc^- for you, cut out th.-, ad
and send it with jour name ntn! -l-Jure^'; to
Henry TraiToul. Suite 2611', Tjnc U'dg..
liinghamploii. X." Y., and~ a free copy of
"THE i.000 EGG HEX", will bc sent by retain mail.
MONEY ORDERS
Utiy your out ol town supplies with Uo-
minioii Ex'pre.is Aloncy, Orders. riv; dollars   rosis -three   rents.
I
SALESMEN .WANTED to i,present "CANADA'S" GR1-.A1 EST
NURSERIES." Big list-of q- neral
nursery stork ('fruit and ornamental),
seed potatoes, etc.,' recommended by
\\'csicrn Experimental Stniions I!i^
commi-ivions, full or part-time, exclusive territory. STONE & WELLINGTON, Toronto, Ont.
Goitre Removed
. ..BY ABSORPTION METHOD '
pr.. w, Jn...^'gks,<s'ji*S,,-^Kin.bKis.-^S.bit.e Kc-rcd*
.Wrr-Qves��� :Gbitie palely:; arid-,permanent \, sa
that it w-SlI'.-JVstfer-'return^ -���'���':. -Mpi:(fee book'c;
containing. p.arti'culars'."'.'o��-.:-.tiusrici.ce!ler.t i ct".-
-pi'TX'.vn-'ste, S^ V?.- H.ti'Eh5)bn;^^'e'p,t. V/.N , CJ
''���'tJb'sdcr.. .S.t'-v'.Toronto, .Ojit;-'������ '��� ���-������'���   -
aivd ���S'c?Cc'.uveS^c'cfch<luJckjy riivd: i>c"i , ncnt
-ly'.^ui-C'i*      vprixstS indivK^sSf jhiytruci o >  .md
t'raJifiinK'..' '!��� Terms j:;.odefafS���no'-fergii ;<!-.-nte.
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THEXEDGE
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or $3
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and the
United States #3., always in advance.
C. W. A. SMITH
Lessee
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
Hue first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Trariscient display advertising 50 cents
- au inch each insertion.
Business locals 12^0. a line each insertion.
NEW  GRAND   HOTEL
616 Vernon St., Nelson
Brick building aud finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG     -' -   Proprietor
TREMONT HOTEL
NELSON, B.C.
Nicely furnished rooms, by the
day, week or month
F. Nilson     - Proprietor
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers Cadillac cars, Garage in
connection.
THE   LEDGE;   GREENWOOD.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
DR. J.  M, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
Announces
That he has located at Greenwood
.    Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. Maclean's House
��9ice Phone 90.       Residence Phone 69
City Council
Regular _ meeting of the City
Council was held in the Council
Chambers on Monday, Nov. Sth.
Mayor Gulley iu the chair and
Aldermen Morrison, McLeod, Jenkin aud King being present.
Application' was made by bhe
boys of the town for renting of the
skating rink for the coming season.
Alderman Morrison and the city
clerk were appointed a standing
committee to deal with this aud
make suitable arrangements with
the boys for the coming winter
pastime.
A request was also received from
the basket-ball players for the use
of hall in Miller block for basket
ball games. After investigation
by the Fire, Light and Water committee this hall was reported as
unsuitable for the games, and
other quarters will have to be
applied for.
The street lighting was strongly
criticized and Clerk was instructed
to register complaint to the manager of the "Waterworks company.
Offers for property now held by
city were rejected until the time
limit for redemption by payment
of taxes was reached.   -
Accounts as reported and passed
by Finance.committe were ordered;
paid.'.. -'���-.. .-    ' '7
The Fire. Chief reported that fire
alarm'apparatus had been tested
aud wasin'good working order.
The account rendered from boys,
of the Fire Department . for their
service at the recent, fire was
ordered paid, and the Fire Chief
was instructed to convey the
thanks o.f.the Council, to the Fire
Department for the . efficient manner the outbreak was handled.'"   ���.
Council then adjourned, until
iiexfe meeting on Nov. 22nd. ... . ��
A Guarantee
The��� publishers   of -the. Family
;,Herald and Weekly ;Star of'Mont-
. realare doing.the; right' thing .with
J the public: ^.Ninety per. cenk of
newspapers- have. already' raised
rates; The,Family Herald publish-.
ers.-. guarantee  a . ftill;/year?s. subscription,at the old rate "of. $1.50 a
year to all who remit before December. - 1st, . 1926;.;. ;We. lear.n..that
"' many old subscribers are 'renewing
for; two years in    advance    and
thousands'-ioi new'-subscribers-'.are
being added.    It .isa great paper
and. the' best lvalue on . the"Contin-
,enfc.:   .     ' .���'-'.- ."."'1';,."- ���'   -.       '���-
Wonderful improvements have
lately-, been' made in the Family
. Herald.*;, Members of.th'e. Imperial
Press Conference, who lately visited .Cauada /says, it has no equal in
the -British. Empire.; Canadians
.should .appreciate: a paper at the
price. After 7 December 1st they
may have to pay more.
'���& HIGG1NB0TRAM
(Expert Optician)
''.'...'   GRADUATE
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
K: W.C- Block        -      ���.    Nelson
LAND ACT     ���
NOTICE   OF   INTENTION   TO   APPLY- TO
PURCHASE LANtt-
, Similkameen. Land District,.;Recording District
-.."- of. Similkameen. and situate, to the North-
:East of Xoiiif Lake,;Greenwood Electoral
. ���" "7 District, ana adjoining- the North-East side
������. of Enteral! Mineral Claim L822, and Gem
;.-.:>.WInerarc.Ialni.L823-.   '--_.-   -""-���"���';���.���'" '-v-".',7;
-yXX TAKE-.'-NOTICE    that-William  '-if.
- Pr';a(lerjraBt. of GrainVForks,, B.C., occupation
'."plcani.cnB'ijiecr. intend to apply for permission
, to .pnrcba5e'.ihe.follp-.vii)jf'described lands: '���.,"
;::���-;;��� ConimciiciBg- at  a post-planted  at  the
South-East.corner.of -Emerald Mineral Claim
���f,ot SZ>��� tlience' Jsortherly'40 .chains;, thence jV)
���cjiaiiis'in ' ai} EasterlrV'.direction; >thence--40
'.chains ' 111'.a"'-Southerly   direction:   thence".-40
phains Ina "Westerly direction to point of com-
^nicncement. containing-1G0 acres more or less"
Xyi .;������;,: wiiuam jv prendergast. -X...
.' Sept. i3rfi 194):"- XX,:Xyi Xy '���' Applicant,'
C.  V. MEGGITT
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Dealer in Farm Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with me,    Have a buyer for  good riuch
JOHN GRASSICK
Watchmaker and Jeweler
GRAND FORKS
Mail  your watch  for Repair and I will
mail it back.    Charges are moderate.
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
FRONT ST..  NELSON.  BOX 865
J. R. MORGAN
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
Horses,  Cattle,  Etc.
BAKER STREET.     -    NELSON
Phone i3
Auto    and   Morse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
^Uyto Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos Tor Mire.   The Finest
���urnouts in the Boundary
ught an<J Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery   And  Stage
Synopsis of
Land-Act Amendments
<&
w.
GREENWOOOD. B.C.
H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppor
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS      -
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    oi    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig   Lead   and Zinc
"TADANAC" fcRAND
Mlnimuni*prlce of flrst-class land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-clans to
$2.50 an acre.
Peremption now confined to surveyed lands only.
. Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
ind which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with joint residence, but each making
necessary improvements on respective
claims. : *
Pre-emptors must oocupy .claims for
five years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre, Including clearing and cultivation of at least fi acres,
.before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$800 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make Improvements
or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
Jess than 6 'years, and improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including 6 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. M
UnsUrveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homesitea;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.
For grazing and Industrial purposes
areas exceeding 640 acres may be
leased by one person'or company.
Mill, factory or Industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; oondltlons include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows Inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made.      -     /"���)
PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE
^ ACT.
GRANTS
When the Mistake is Yours, Help Correct It.
Sometimes as soon  as you give thp r,���,..,),.       .  1    ,
i,���   r ,.        b le operator a telephone num
ber from memory, you realize you have  rv,liP/| M,��   .
��,,-,.        ,     .        , .     called tlie wrong number.
The first impulse is to hang up the receiver   W �����.     T     11      -,
-d^yaj. ����,��� r>, ,b��s pJE,v* ;tfX
number,"   Then everybody feets all right about it. -
���' If you hang upj.he receiver without1, ri-,iri��i ���"i���i   '' ''      '��� ���   ������
"there's no one on the Hue."       ---- ���      ''y-       ;y     ���
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY-
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     . u�� MA.o.jeaiy ��� jj oroes.    Tho
time within which the heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Act ls extended
from for one year from the death of
such person, as formerly, until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war. This privilege ls also made retroactive. "
No fees relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.
Taxes are remitted for Ave years.
Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and-been paid since August
i, 1914, on aooount of payments, feet
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchase
town or Qlty lots held by members of.
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
. direot or indirect, remitted from enlistment to Maroh 81, 1920. a
SUB-PURCHASERS OP CROWN
LANDS.
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purohasera of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
purchasers who failed to complete
purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of oondltlons of purchase. Interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may
be distributed proportionately over
whole area. Applioatlona must be
made by May. 1, 1889.
V   . GRAZING,    m, f
Gracing Act, 1919, for systematic
development of livestock industry provides for grazing districts and range
administration under Commissioner.
Annual grazing permits Issued based
on numbers ranged; priority for established .owners. Stock-jowners ��� may
form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permits
tor settlers, campers or travitfera. up.
.. to ten head,
The Women of British Columbia
Have  Received  From The
���iM&X^tyX ^Qverriment
ii: '""'��� Woman's-'franchise;;.':'^ '���-.,:"" : -  ...7  "' ,.:-. X'yi '-"-���.���..""-"    ': ���'-;���-.."' /-'.'���-.';"'."- -;."-;, Xy.X~ 7   ..-'-
-. --''.'; The- Mothers'-- Pension Act. one. nf'Lm���ef;'-::-  :'r': '  "y-'-^iXi '"" i-i-   '--.'-     ���.-
;;���. '. /fever ^^.^^^^^^.^^f: "^ ���.*���. 'X.
X-;.  ..'������ A' minimum wao-e law for eirlc -n>i";.-_'-- ""���������*������     ',''"���        ���   .      '- X '���''��� Z- '��� X y ;���; ���   ������ ���
X -��� ^ the $AM 'paid in,some insideitMT?i"W^>H ^ salary^"week fromyy r
���   .-,'-..        -���,.������."���;���..  ,-    ���      ���_...������"> to-Mz./5 and-over per week.:'-���''   '��� "    '���-"-".������ ������"_ .._-.-������.; ���
. -���-.      Equal, rights to the mother Vthh thp 'fxth^iX iiyZ-  -   V     ^   -XX ."X X Xiy-X ���   ..���:.'���;  ���j-i"!-
7 . . -- 7    ���������.���. ;-.���.--. ��� r..  -��� .'; ;.. -.." - ,ul: ���e^ather in.the guardianship of minor'childreri.-'."     .'-'-  ������;   ������
.7 ;.   . An=ameridrhent arid imprbverri'^nVVn-f.u= 1^    ��� ' ��� '���  ������';..",-::.-.      -  .  -��� -       "--.
':XX: ���   wives/' -: '.       '.-���.'���     X    ^^^^e law respecting, the. ��� maintenance?. of. deserted ;>���"-; ,���"
:"-.""- - 'Provision .for the appbihtmeitf.of a sur^'r^t^A^i  c "'"' "-i-"    j   , ���',,' V- ': - '--���'���  ;--\ ���' ':''���.  ' '''"
���':.      --.yX.'-X:   y.     ... -      ', ���....       ��ia superintendent .of neglected children;.-". Xy.y ���'���_��� ������' -',."-���������
.,.;���. ���.'���.A-new adoption-act. prbvidihp.fi,afV av.;u ^j1 ^"j-l-'-'"" *������������'���,"">-.  '���   .''���    "''   X'- '
'i'Xy - ^statns.of a child^onr^the^^^ f^- ^-^^/R-yen-.the ;fulHegal; :. ,  ;
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:      iff^t^' ^catment of the  inmates-of the . Girls' ^Industm, "    '"''
School and Boys' Industrial School has been inaugerated. ' - Industrial.  ;  ,,.
..   An important amendment to the lUarViin-i.   a^~    i ���������     -l ���    -    ,' :'
-the father in;the matter of cd^^T^ ^T"    - m^  0"  Cqua,it^"h   x    ", ���
.     . "nsenttothe marnage^of.a minor child.     -
This Liberal Administratmn;
laws and.regulations, giving- -better op'bbrt,,T.!i;n  *     i.-?T-     .-   ������   ;     'aS rece'ved and improved.cducational
Health Department h�� given valuab^SZ���/�� ^hlldre^.ln >o1ated ^^ * secure, an' education.  Its '-
disease control.    It has broadened the cSI?�� , ?""?*��� ��f ���ral UUrSeS:    II has P^vided  for. veneral '.
tural teaching.    It.bas. provided sdhool* Sn??^"^8*' sclence.niglit schools, and agricul-""
ed a school for the education of the UiJ^-^^T^y^^'' *" de^fand d*mb-   "has ..establish-,
erection of buildings for the University of Sd ^T^ tep1l,1I<?al scho0^-.  ^ has provided for financing the
tion to the work of fighting tubercu lb if T�� L f^^      J^f* DWnent h^s Pven special atten- -
of population in 1917-18 to .82 hi 1919-20'. thlS dlseasehas dropped froiii 1.23 perthousarid
legiS Jlo^oIu^^rtTr^anTo;)^ ^ ^^^
RHHch r��i,.��,K!^ ~��m ������*! any or al1 P^vious governments of
Dritish Lolumbia. and its efforfre tn���*��� hi* �����-���-������>.*���������������������     �������� ^ *.
��� v* enorts in this direction will be continued.
Your Vote for the
Rossland Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday, the-isthiiay of November, 1920, at the jhour of 10 o'clock fn the fore-
noon at the Court House, Rossland, I shall offer for sale at Public Auction the MineralJClaims in.the list hereinafter set
out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out lor delinquent .taxes unpaid bysaid persons on .the^oth day of June
1920, and for interest, costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not,sooner paid. ' ���
^e ^ollector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following.JlistSwhere the ownerjis a member of
the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the "Taxation Act Amendment A&, 1918" and amendments
thereto. ���-'��������� ..-.-       - v ..:��� .
Dated at Rossland, B. C., this 2nd day of October, 1920.
H. R. TOWNSEND, ' -
Collector for the Rossland Assessment District.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
Lot No.
Taxes
Costs
Total...
TRAIL CREEK MINING DIVISION
Homer F. Llbtoy and Val C. Simmons	
Neibergall Albert	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Kossland Kootenay Milling Company	
J. Vojrel Estate	
Clement Mrs. Elsie X,	
Miller  Robert ....
Neibergall Albert :..,
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company..	
Rossland Kootenay Miuiny Company..,..	
Peterson Norman ..-	
Neibergall Albert ;.....
Miller  Robert	
Red Mountain Ida May Gold Mining Co. Ltd...
Neibergall Albert ��	
Inland Empire M. & M. Company, Ltd ,
Neiberagll,  Albert	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company..,-.	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Jordan Ben F	
Rossland Kootenay KOuing Company-,	
Neibergall Albert......	
Inland Empire M & Mlg. Co ..;
Rossland Kootenay Milling Company Iitd	
Costello W. E	
Cameron T. A. and McCrea W. S.-���.	
Neibergall Albert ..;....
..Alice I....... .-..*...,
..Berlin	
..Columbia	
..Copper Jack	
..Curlew -,-,	
..Canada .-	
..Dandy No %	
..Glendale..;.	
..Golden Chariot......	
..Great  Western	
..Hattie Brown	
..Hidden Hand ; ,
..High Ore No 2	
.Ida May	
..Independent	
..Inland Empire	
.Inland  Fraction ,
.r.Kootenay	
...Kootenay   Fraction,....,
...Nickel  Plate. _J	
...Ontario:../...	
��..0re-or-no-go..��� .'..'.'..
...Saginaw	
.-..Saginaw Fraction	
...Tip-Top..	
...Trilby...    .
...viking ".".���.;;���"..
...Washington ���"..
 4331
 11157
 694
 .1185
 1220
 4358
 2496
 11137
 691
 692
 1047
 11139
 2945
 1940,,
 11136
......:.-..3880
 11156
 697
,.��..-. 1198
 537
 1057
...: 696
 3879
 3881
 798
..........1626
,.��� 4916
,..;.....U138 -
GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISION
Carralier Eva M,���. .'.. , .'.'Acorn ir.......	
Northup Henry  Hall Alpha	
Mcljaren Henry Albert Alpha .'	
Prendergast  W,   J.  Boyce  J.   S.  aud Reeves .-������"
CW Athelstan ....:..	
Kerman, H. C, Kerman, Maggie M., and Shannon, David  .....Big Cub  ,
Kerman, H. C, & M. M., Shannon D Black Bear	
Denzler  Robert,  Crane   G.   L.   Oppenheimer,
M. Feldman, P Hahn, Gertie Walker CarrieButte ���	
Byrnes, T. J Holm, Jno Caledonia	
Stewart, William H Canyon '...;	
Paulson, T.   H .-, ..Caroline,... ,
Stewart, William H .Dominion	
Prendergast, W. J.-, Boyce John S.' and Reeves,
C. H. ; Eganville ;	
Kerman, Maggie M., and Camion, Hugh B Glouster Fraction	
Kerman, H. C ....Golden Age ..:	
Coldwell, G. R    Golden Crown	
Humming Bird B.C.   Gold   Mining  Co., Julia
O'Connor, .Dclsheimer, S., Williams, J.C,
International Railway Co..  Humming Bird..:	
Colby,  Z ...Humphrey, Davy	
Newby, James Ida.. -. 	
Knight, Bertha J ." Iron Bell Fraction ...
Kerman, Maggie M Iron Cap :	
Rumberger, G. W  Iron Clad ���.	
Kerman, Herbert C, Kerman, Maggie  M. and
Shannon, David I<lttle Cub Fraction ..
Kerman, H  C, German Maggie M, Shannon, -
David and Wotlin, Henrv i; r Lucky Jack	
Oliver, W T andWalsh, Thomas ........Lucy    	
Byrne, Patrick J Maine Fraction	
Stewart, William H....; ;: ..Mammoth 	
Reeves, C. H. and Prendergast W. J.... Nellie .". ;	
Stewart, William H .*.. Pan;.  ..'.	
Graf, Fred ...:. ;....... St. Elmo	
Kerman, H. C, Kerman, M. M. Wotlin Henry,. '
Shannon, David ......'.:.......; White Bear. ,	
-/
 2230
... 3174
...1204
..1325S
..1334S
..1335S
 1067 ���
, 973
...2390S     ���.
. ...2483 s-
...2386S
..1016S
....145S
....967S
 600.
 1369
 3232
 S7SS
 93S
 929S
 ..1489
��� 1333S
 1026S
 1427
 430S
 .2385S
 1017S
 2387S
 2229
...���1025S
$10.25
12.00
4.00
5.25
8.75
64.75
11.75
6.25
11.50
3.25
���8.75
9.00
11.00
5.75
12.75
13.00
.50
5.25
.-.25
4.75
12.50"
.50
13.00
3.50
- 9.00
12.00
11.75
,13.00
10.25
11.00
9.25
10.00
11.50
8.25
13.00
10.00
12.50
13.00"
13.00
6.00
9.75
6.75
13.00
8.50
7:95-
11.50
7.00
12.00 _
13.00   N
13.00
11.25
13.00
2.00.
400
13.00 "
6.00   ���
12.50
GREENWOOD MIRING DIVISION
Hemmerle. Thomas and McKee,  Hugh ....Admiral	
Rumberger, G.AV. Dermody, P. J."and Garrison ���       ,
'      T. B  ��� :   .. ..Apex	
" Jackson, Eric E.^and Groves, F-W .". Apex Fraction��� .,.-. .....
Jackson, Eric E and Groves, F'W ....- ........Battle Axe Fraction...-	
Jackson, E.' E.. '. ;..���... :... Belmont Fraction	
- Rumberger, G. W..:'. Cimeron..: ..,.,���..,.-:'.....
Roderick, Thos.-McNulty,'James, Marshall,          ���.
��� ���' Tames, Bresnahan, Dan ..'.....: Dexter Fraction ^.	
Prendfcrgast, William J ....; : .......Emerald.:...;....'. .."	
Rumberger, G. W., Daniel, R. T. Stack,- Thos
-   and McDonell, Chris	
Tate, Edward L	
Holbrook, Mary ,A ���.	
Rumberger, G. W. and Garrison, T. B...
 '....Garfield .".	
 Hercules : -.	
.'. ....Hill Fractional..	
 -bergcr, G. AV. and Garrison, T. B ���...Joker........ J.....-....-:..-...,
Hunter, w. T : Lancashire Fraction..
Bauk of Montreal, Rossland, Glass, V. D.  As- ' - "������".-
" pinwall, Phil: .:....-   Last Chance . .���.7.	
McNull}*,  J.,  Clark, T.,'Bresnahan,   D. and
Bresnahan, J. .-...'.....:.: :.... ......Little Annie  ......
. McNulty, "J.,   Clark,. T.,~ Bresnahan  D.  and.- ��� -
" Bresnahan, J ���....: .'....'......-...'. .Little Brown ;...
.Rumberger, G. W. Marshall, Jas. Farney, Wm. .
-    Strachan, A.7 MacAuley, J..B ......Magnolia..	
McNulty,  J.  Bresnahan,  J.,  Bresnahan,   ��>.,
Clark, Thos _ ;..���.... Marshall...;.;	
McNultv,  J.,-Bresnahan, J. Bresnahan,    D.
. Clark, Thos....-.-...: Marshall Fraction.:...
Mcintosh, Alex. A     -....: 1.  McKinler... :���:...
Hemmerle, Thos. and McKee,-Hugh .........Ottawa Fraction	
Mortimer, E. H.; Beasley, R. J., Brown, C. H.   -
.   Graham, M. A., Parry, E ...: Peacock	
" Roderick,"Thos. and Marshall, James  Pilot  	
.Roderick, T. Marshall, J. McNulty J. Bresnahan, D .-;......-:   .-. Pilot Fraction:.....-	
"Keffer, F., Anderson, J.. P., Beaulieu, T.-....::.... Pluto..���..;	
Lee, R., Gillis, Jas., Campbell, J. M., Kay Mark;:
. Bryant, Lewis '.....-. :  .;....lPrlttce��S' Louise	
' Lee.R. Gillis, Jas., Campbell J.":H.~, Kay, Mark,
Brvant, Lewis -. :." :...'....Prince of Wales	
-HaHett, Elleu:.-;....-:.:7.:.T..-.:T.-:. ���.T::'.:.....^~.::;..v:::..:..Seamet:...	
Rumberger, G. W.,- Marshall;' J.,. McAuley, J
B., Farney, Wm. Strachan Alexander.
-       ITT     O " '      ."
Smith, AV. S.  .7.
.Rumberger, G. AV .'.
.Rumberger, G. AV	
Sterlingham.... :....
  Twin .......--. 	
.....'..": ........AVilllamena Fraction	
 ...Yukon Fraction . 	
 2379
 1696'
 563S
 2308
............1422S
 980
.....: 3298
 822S
 .....:1264
 926
 ,:...294S
 1690
 ^^55.
 660
 2389 .
.....'. 2390
... ........2950
.!���......:238S .
..:���_. 2404
 :...168S
 3503..
 1243
 ���.32?7.
 ::3306
.....:,... 2393 .:
 .3680-
 3681...
 2663
. ..L.....29S3
 819
 .....;1693
 1193
13.00
.   7.75
7.00
.   11.00
11.50-
.25'
12.25
_ 11.75
13.00
10.75
S.75 ���
13.00 .
2.00
2.25'
5.00
.7.00 ���
- 12.50
13.00
1Z50 .
1.25
33.75
71.75
12.25
11.00
- 10,50
' 8.25 .
' 13.00
11.25-
9.75/
12.00
13.00
'   2.00
10.00
$3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
. 3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75.-
���3.75
3.75
- 3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
. 3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.7S
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
���3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75 '
- 3.75,
3.75-.
3.75
3.75.-.
3.75
3.75
3.75
-3.75
'3.75
3.75-
3.75 :
3.75
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"3.75"
'3,75
.3.75
- 3.75
3.75-
. 3.75 -
3.75.
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3.75  .
- .0 '
$14.00
15.75
7.75
9.00-
12.50
68.50
15.50
10.00
"- 15.25
7.00-
12.50
12.75
14.75
9.50
16.50
16.75
4.25
9.00
..   4.00
8.50
16.25
4.25
16.75^
7.25
12.75
15.75
15.50
16.75
14.00
14.75
13.00
13.75".
15.25
12.00
16.75
13.75
16.25
16.75
16.75
9.75
13.50
10.60
16.75
12.25
11.00
15.25
10.75
15.75
16.75'
16.75-
15.00
16.75
5.75
- 7.75
' 16.75
... 9.75
16.25
16.75
11.50
10.75
t4.75
15.25
4.(10
16.00
15.50
. 16.75
14.50
9.S0
16.75
5.75
6.00:
8.75
10.75
1625
-16.75
,16.25
5.00
37.50
75.50
16.00.
. 14.75
14.25
12.00
16.75
-15.00-
13.50
15.75
16.75
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Xy. ASiSiAYBR
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box bi 108, Nelson, B. C
Charges:���Gold, Sibyer; Copper or Lead
$i.2S each. Gold-Silver ,"��1.75.,. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead $3.00.,.Silver-Lead $2^00. Silver-Lead-Zinc ��3.00.
Charges for other.metals, etc.; on application.    7 7        ';..-.. .,;-.���
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PRINCETON, B.C.
One of the largest hotels in
-the city.   Beautiful location, ,
.   fine rooms and tasty meala.
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A- O. JOHNSON
Proprietor
The Mineral Produce of Western Canada
HaB prodnced Minerals valued as follows:   Placer Gold, 875,722,603; I^ode   1
Gold, $100,272,431; Silver, 850,432,304; L��id $43,821,108; Copper, 8153,680,965;
Ofeher Metals (Zinc,vir6D.j''-ete.-)/ $16,818,487; Oool and Coke,   $199,123,323;
,   BaildiDg Stone, Brick. Cement, etc.,  $29,891,757; Miacellaneons Minerals, etc.,    .
$785,918; making ite Mineral Prt)dnotioa to th�� end of 1919 show fean
^y     ^
Production for Year EMing Dfcemfeer, 1919, $33,296,313
The Milling Laws of this Provinee are more liberal and the fees lower
than those of any other Province in the Bomiaion, or any colony in the British
Empire." *''���''-     X.   ..'.
Mineral locations are granted to disoorerew for nominal fees.
^Absolnte Titles are obteiaed.^bj.'^syelopJbg^sneh-.pro^i^es,-':^'!
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