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THE. OLDEST   MINING   CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Vol. . XXVII.  .
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 3,  1921.
-���No. 3*
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House Furnishings, Hardware,
Kitchen Utensils, Etc.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28-   GREENWOOD. B.C.
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We can fill your wants for:���
CANNED PEACHES,     PEARS,    APRICOTS,
PINEAPPLES,     CHERRIES,     PLUMS,
RASPBERPIES,    &c.
Also a full line of    . . , ���
JAMS   AND   MARMALADES
LEE & BRYAN
Phone 46
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Full Range from $5 to $50
Everything in Films and Supplies always
on hand
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Just imported a new line of   ~ -
Bacon  and  Ham at Greatly
Reduced Prices
We guarantee satisfaction to the conservative householder x
TAYLOR &JENKIN
PHONE 17. GREENWOOD
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WINDSOR HOTEL
 GREENWOOD, B. C,	
TEe WINDSOR   HOTEL    is   heated   with   steam
. -and electricity.     Fiue sample rooms.     A comfort-   "-
able.home 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.
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Shamrock Brands
HAM,. BACON   and  LARD
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
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P, Burns & Co,   Ltd*,   Nelson/ B, C |
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
LECKIE'S
BOOTS and SHOES
RUBBERS
t WB Elson 8 Co
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STORE OF QUALITY"
A Complete Assortment
Wagstaff's Jams and
Marmalade
Try Our
Pride of Canada, Pure
- Maple Syrup
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
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GREENWOOD, B. C.
Presbyterian Church.
Services
MIDWAY
S. S. 10 a.m. Service 11 a.m.
GREENWOOD
S. S. -2.30-Service 7.30 p.m.
Subject For March 6th:    K
"Prayer"
Real Estate & Insurance
H Life, Fire, Health, Accident
Automobile   "
Best Companies in   the World
Enquire  as  to Rates
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Ranches For Sale
Auctioneer
Call- And See
CHARLES KING
WELCOME
Rev. W. H. REDMAN, Pastor
Greenwood
COLORED SNOW GLASSES
In" Shell or Nickel Frames
Put up in a neat Spring: Covered Case
$1.00 PER PAIR
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A SAVINGS .
ACCOUNT
It is always well to have a Savings
Account upon which interest is regularly ,
- .     paid and from which you are free to draw
at any time should you have a good oppor-
-   tunity to-Jbuy stock or feed.    A Savings
- Account is Ready Money. 78A
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
PAID-UP CAPITAL      -       -        $15,000,000,
RESERVE FUND        , -     - -    ,   $15,000,000
GREENWOOD BRANCH, K. E'Brawders, Manager, vc.
INCUBATORS
BROODERS
We carry the largest and most
complete stock in B.C.   Cash discounts  on all- Incubators.   Wire,
Fencing and Netting for poultry,
farm and berries.
���. Write for Catalogue.
A, L  JOHNSON  & CO.
844 Cambie St. .    Vancouver, B.C.
j Around Home I
For Sale.
Nice dry . potatoes,V- $2.50 a
hundred. . S. , Bombini, Greenwood, B. Cj, " ... - '--. '
For Sale
"Five cows, will freshen in the
spring; 2 heifers 2 years old, 2
yearling, heifers. Team of small
mules. Apply to S. M. Sommers,
Westbridge,.B.C. ....,"
An ice carnival will be held on
Friday night.
J. W. Grier, of Kaslo, is yisit-
ing in New Deuver.
' Mrs. H. Hartley went to Grand
Forks on Wednesday.
M. H. Kane,>-formerly of Phoenix, is located at  Eska,   Alaska.
March came in like a lamb.
Wonder jf it will go out like a
lion.
Miss Scott, of Midway, is the
guest of her sister Mrs. H. T.
Clark.
Mrs. Thompson, mother of Mrs
C. J. McArthur, died at" Trail
last week,-"
- Mrs. H. T. Clark visited her
parents at Midway during the
week-end-.
Mrs, A. G. James, of Marys-
ville, is the guest of her brother
H. R. Bidders
D. McPhersou has been appointed a director of the Providence Mining Co. ���
E.'M. Sommers, of the Mesker
ranch, Main Kettle River, was-in
town on Monday.
Allan Eiistis has been��� moved
to the Neison branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce.
J,   C. Carruthers, of Victoria,
the well-known commercial traveller, was in town last week.
.Mrs. J. R. -Ferguson, of Midway, spent the week end with
her daughter Mrs. W. R. Dewd-
ney.
The Uniyersity of British  Columbia is arranging for-the holding   of" a   Summer    School   for
teachers for six .w^ks, beginning.
July 4th.
H. McKenzie, of Rossland,
travelling auditor,of, the Workmen's Compensation Board paid
an .official visit to Greenwood
last week.
Next week the outgoing -mails
will close on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 2 45 p.m. This
will remain in effect until the
Coquihalla Pass is opened up.
The citizens of Greenwood will
entertain the hockey team to a
dance in the Masonic Hall on
Friday night. Werner's orchestra
hasbeen engaged for the occasion.
Sergeant A. G. Birch, of Midway is temporarily in charge of
thVR. C. M. P. corps" in "Trail,
succeeding Corp. Withers, who
has been transferred to^Graud
-Forks.
Chas. King has received a letter
from a large Greenwood property
owner to withdraw all his proper-r
ty from the market, giying as his
reason that he-hears that Greenwood is going to be IT in the
near future.
At the last hockey dance the
Pythian Sisters kindly donated
the excellent supper and waited
on table. - They will again preside at refreshments on Friday,
but any donations from the citizens will be acceptable.
A very  good  exhibition game
of hockey was. played  on  Thursday night between   Midway   and
the Intermediates of Greenwood.
The   game ��� was    replete    with
amusing    incidents,   and     both
teams showed  there   are young
players   in   the   Boundary   who.
will   soon   be    playing . m   big
leagues;     The game   was   well
contested and resulted in  a  win
for" Greenwood by a score of 2:0.
Midway showed lack pf practice^-
but with, .a little more  training.
they would give a good  account
of themselves against any- "team.
The Greenwood boys play better
combination1 and  their shooting
is excell en t, s���w hil e th e . M id way
team    went    ic, for . individual
rushes.. .The game was,a.nice
one to watch and was quite amusing...,A;return game was played
on"; Monday'night-  and-resulted
ia a'win;for  Midway by a score
of 4-.q'.":'"V>-. "?-y>'-V   v^;-',.'-;."-yvj-
Kettle Valley Notes
The ice on the Kettle River is
breaking up.
Geo. Whiting drove to Bergen
on Tuesday.
Logs are beginning to go down
the Kettle River.
Jery Harper has recently returned to the "Valley from England.
Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Gray, left
on Tuesday lor a trip to Spokane.
The government scaler paid an
official visit to the district recently.
Robert Bruce who has been busy
hauling logs is now engaged hauling ties.
A number of people-from England are expected at the Valley
this summer.
The school was closed for a few
days laBt week owing to the illness
of the teacher.
, Tho K. V.. train was delayed
about 11 hours on Sunday owing
to a snowslide.
" The Hard Times dance at Rock
Creek was very well attended and
most enjoyable.
Thos. Walker is engaged at~ the
Kettle Valley store during the absence of Mrs. Whiting who is visiting relatives in Greenwood.
-     To Make it Harder
Two Irishmen were asking one
another conundrums one day and
when the supply ran out Fat suggested  that  they make up some.
"All right!" said Mike. "Here's
"one. Phwhat is it thot goes round
a barnyard in feathers, on two
legs,, and barks like a dog?"_
"My, thot is hard! I give it up,"
answered Pat, after some moments
of thinking "Phwhat's' the answer?"
"A chicken."
"My, thot's foine! But how'd
the barking of a dog get in there?"
inquired Pat.
"Ob, I just put that in mesilf to
make it harder for yez!'!   -
Associated Boards of Trade
A number of resolutions of in
terest to this district were passed
by the Associated Boards of Trade
Convention at Penticton last week
among them being the completion
of the highway program, reduce
cost in mining, revision of the Provincial mining taxation, the stabal-
izing of silver ore, aids to lumber
industry, righting exchange, etc.
A resolution on the Kettle -Valley mail car service was gassed, at
Greenwood's insistence," it being
shown that mail from points west
had to go to Grand Forks to be
sorted before being put off, and
also that it was impossible to put
letters on the mail -car. The resolution, which was proposed by
Robert Lee and James Kerr, asked
"that the postoffice department be
requested to put into effect' the arrangement proposed by the citizens
of Greenwood, or to send the post
office inspector to investigate the
matter, with authority to make
the best possible arrangement to
overcome the hardship and inconvenience occasioned by the present
inadequate mail service."
' Superintendent W. O. Miller
pointed out that the matter lay
wholly with the government, - and
that the C. P. R. could be able to
give the Bervice Bhould the post-
master-general declare it.
Chas. Gauvreau who has been
spending the winter at Tacoma,
returned to town on Monday.
Mr. Gauyreau spent a few weeks
at Vancouver and states that
while things have been very
SiaXeX itt_Tj��com_a__thrs _ winter,
Vancouver is picking up wonderfully.
A. S. Black, Princeton's well
known lawyer, formerly of Green;
wood, has returned from his trip
to California. He reports spending a very enjoyable vacation
there. Conditions in most of the
big centres on the coast in the
States, he says, are bad but there
are signs of revival of business
and deminishing unemployment
in Los Angeles.
Mike Cafon met with a serious
and painful accident at Boundary
Falls on Sunday. He was driving a team hauling a load of hay
when the wheels went into a rut
given the wagon a lurch and
throwing him to the ground.
It is supposed that the wheels
ran over him for his head is badly cut and bruised and. his jaw
bone fractured. Dr. Burnett attended theinjured man and sent
him to the hospital.
: A dance.was held in "Anaconda
School/House on Friday, Feb,
25,; There were oyer 60 present,
but the absence of the hockey
boys was keenly felt.. However,
the evening,, passed pleasantly.
Most of the music was supplied
by Mr. M. Anderson's phonograph, although one or two
favored the crowd with the ac
cordion. Supper . was .. served
about midnight, the ladies having kindlv supplied the refreshments.,- Later dancing was' again
taken up for a short time.- At
two o'clock everyone went home,
haying, enjoyed a .very -social.
I able .evening.
Surprise Party
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Morrison gave a very enjoyable
surprise party at their beautiful
home last week. About 15 attacked
their residence and took it by
storm, then proceeded to organize
a night of unalloyed fun and merriment. The surprise was most
complete as Al wai caught reading
ing his daily paper. Novel and
eutertaining contests, music and
dancing were indulged -in and it
was early before the "retreat"
sounded.
Mra. Walters won first prize for
best telegram - and A. N. Mowat
got first for best cake recipe. The
following clever essay was won by
Mrs. W. H. Docksteader. The
essay was written by Mrs. Morrison leaving ontjhe .names and the
contestants had to fill in the names
causing a great deal of amusement;
"At a meeting of the Board of
Trade it was decided that 'Mills'
would be a good thing to construct
and that 'Rendell' would be a good
location as the workmen could
reach the place on 'Foote.' They
were to wear a uniform made by a
'Taylor.' Near the building site
to the'Lee' was a large meadow of
ripe hay. The workmen were instructed to 'Mowit'. To reach this
meadow.they must pass through a
thick 'Wood' and a deep , 'Gulley'
and they were warned of the danger of mountain 'LyonB.'. One
young 'Swayne' became very sarcastic and 'Bitter' (Bidder) in his
remarks as to the jungle and stated
he would 'Burn-ett'. and he was
sure he could walk as far as the
'Fraser' river without paying the
'Price,' aad decided to use the
old 'Dewdney' trail.
The meeting was then adjourned.
Providence Mine
t>
A delegation of the Board 'of-
Trade met Mark Madden and Major
W. W. Harless, of Chicago, of the
Providence Mining company, to
enquire into conditions and offer
any assistance the Board of Trade
might be able to do. The delegation was courteously received and
Mr. Madden gave a history' of the
mine and explained thoroughly the
compressor situation, stating that
he clid not anticipate any trouble
a�� the Providence Mining Co., had
purchased [the compressor from
Dr. F. A. Wood ruth; of St. Catherines, Ont., and W. K. Patterson,'
of Chicago, with a guarantee- that
should any hitch arise the vendors
would be responsible. Mr. Madden further stated that everything
would be ready to resume operations in.ten dayB and they would
put a gang of twenty or more' men.
to work .as soon as they coukl-
operate at. a. "profit. - Mr. Maddjfen "
and Major Harless inspected the
mine and were thoroughly satisfied
with the way things~were going.
Hockey     :
The Greenwood hockey team"
journeyed to Trail last Friday to
play the champions of the Kootenay for the McBride and Nelson
News cups. The Trail team-is a
cracked aggregation of players
having defeated Nelson, Rossland
and other towns by huge scores.
It is therefore much to, the credit
of the local boys that they only
lost out by one goal. ��� The score
was 2"to i and it-is' cencede'd "-by-
Trail spectators :thaf the best
team lost. Four periods of IS
minutes each were' played^ the
first two periods playing.'7 man
hockey and the second two periods
six men a side. In the first period
Morrison scored for Greenwood
Trail failed to make a tally. In
the second .period Trail evened
the score and in the third period
no goal was scored. In the
fourth period, just two minutes
before time Trail got the lucky
shot.. The ice was slushy and it
was hard going, Trail kept substituting every four minutes and
played 12 "men, "while" Greenwood
kept on the ice during the whole
game. It was the. best game
played in Trail for years." Otfr
boys were well treated and are
pleased with the reception accorded them.
Prices Continue to Fall
Trail Ore Receipts
Receipts at .the Trail smelter for
the week ending February 21st
were 8,665 tons. The .shipments
are as follows:
Horn Silver, Similkameen  *      95
Nip & Tack, Sandon.      - 5
Company Mines -       8,565
The Ledge has always room
for one more a<L
Slowly but surely the prices continue to fall.    Information gathered-by the'prices  branch   of   the
Department of Labor shows that
during the month of January there
were decreases in the retail prices
of nearly all the staple : lines of
foods.      The    index    number   of
wholesale    prices    was   down   to
2S1.3 "for  January, - against 290.5"
for December 1920: 336.'4 "for January   1920,    286.5 "for   January;-
1919 and 136.5 for January 1914,
In retail  prices,  the average cost
of a list of 29 staple foods at the
beginning of January,   was S14.4S
against $14.84 at  the middle   of
December,   S15.30    in ��� January,
1920, and S7.-76 in January,   1914.
The   most important> declines in
prices took place in grain -and textiles.    The   price of furnace and
foundry coke showed  a   decline,
but that of coal  remained  practically stationary.
The Queen Bess in the Slocan
is working steadily with a crew of
ten men.        �� ���
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If Thin, Nervous,
Run Down, Depressed,
This Wiii Help!
The wear and strain of life has
tended r:i recent years to produce
nervous debility in a large percentage   of   our   population.
Thousands are affected with a
feeling they can't exactly describe.
They arc always tired and droopy,
lack ambition, have, poor appetite,
look pale and suffer from, depressing
^headaches and insomnia.
This condition is full of peril. It
is the stepping stone to invalidism,
the beginning of a shattered constitution.
We advise everyone in this condition to take a good medicine at
once and try to get well while yet
there is lime.
Probably no better advice can be
given than to use Dr. Hamilton's
Pills, which "tavc become famous in
restoring the sick to good health. A
general toning up of the system at
once takes place. The whole body
is vitalized by rich and purer blood.
The appetite is increased, food is
digested and naturally strength rapidly increases. Headaches go because
the bowels are regulated and all
wastes arc carried off.
There is no experiment about using Dr. Hamilton's Pills because they
certainly restore the sick, as a trial
will quickly prove. Just as good for
the. old as the young, and suitable to
die needs of women and children.
This grand family medicine should
be in   every  home.
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only  in   this,  your world and  mine.
Isn't it grand, pufp, isn't it?"
He caught the. shaggy setter, as he.
leaped to leave a clamp caress on his!
master's face, and shook him roughly I
to and fro. "You're a wonderful
chap, Larry," he cried, giving the dog
a resounding slap, ''and you belong to
a wonderful family. ��� We'll all stand
together, won't wc, boy? And if wc
fall, we'll fall together, eh?"
The setter whined, and curled up at
Dorkin's feet ,once more-, as he resumed his seat by the table.
'Somewhere, in the silent cabin, a
clock chimed the hour of two, and
still Dorkin sat, with folded arms,
thinking. Th.cn voices sounded outside, and Larry, with a low growl,
sprang erect.
A moment later Pete LaFecr entered the room. Behind him trailed half
a dozer- iean-faced, steady-eyed men
of the forest.
Dorkin stood up and shook each of
them by the "hand, calling them all by
their first names, and drawing from
each a flashing smile, as~he made
them welcome.
From a big cupboard he brought a
platter of cold meat and crackers and
cheese, and placed it on the tabic.
Pete went to the kitchen, and brewed
a big pot of tea, the kind all genuine
woodsmen love. This, 'with while,
flaky biscuits, such as only Pete's
good wife knew how to bake, along
with wonderful confections brought
up from the city, certainly looked inviting to the men, some of whom had
had considerable of a tramp and paddle to get there..
"We wait on one anui!der,": Pete
explained to Dorkin. as they all- seal-
(Stops Bronchitis Quickly
Without Any Medicine
Thi,
Problem    Solved    When
Catarrhozone   Was
Discovered
ek-,
es,
and
Jell   to.
"Dat
We all come m toged-
Thousands Have Been Relieved.
. You arc nothing but a plain simple
boob to suffer a day longer from
Bronchitis. It's real easy to relieve
-���this has been proved time and again.
Relief comes at once when you
breathe in the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone. Once its healing, piney,
essences strike the bronchial tubes,
you realize that a powerful treatment is at work.
Irritation can't live in the throat of
a person inhaling Catarrhozone. It is
so roolhiug, so wanning, so full of
concentrated healing power that vou
get results at once.
Catarrhozone strengthens the weak
throat, stops the cough, removes that
hacking irritating necessity to clear
Ue throat, makes even "the chronic
sufferer realize that at last he has1
discovered a real relief. For coughs,
colds, catarrh, and winter ills, nothing in the family could be better
'.nan^the compelte dollar outfit. Small
wze 50c; trial size 25c; at all dealers,
or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,
Out.
LESSON
LESSON  FOR MARCH 6.
box open and distributed the smaller
cases to the trappers.
The simple.woodsmen were wild in
their glee at possessing each a new,
They wrung Dorkin's
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ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with  Thos.  Allen,
Toronto, Ont.
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bos' j'!.'.;
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"FHio,"    Dorkin    coinmcmh-d, and, | hand until it ached, and he TaMtVngiv
l'X��,:mg_ gratefully   from   one   to   the I begged them to'desist.      They SW0';e - ,
other 01 ti'c men who had so willing-j they would stand    by    him    through!"11  llje disciples.      By sitting at His .     nd cows in t,ie Province, also that
I  want to j anything, and'scorned the idea-of him' "
JESUS   AMONG   HIS   FRIENDS.
I. The Jewish Authorities Plotting the
Death of Jesus  (vv. 1-5).
1. Christ's Fourth Prediction of
His Death (vv. 1, 2). He, with divine insight, predicted not only the
fact of His death, but its time and
manner. Death was no surprise to
Him. For this He pre-eminently
came into the world (Heb. 2:14). He
calmly walked up to death.
2. The authorities Plotting (vv. 3-5).
In secret conclave they were plotting
how they might silence His voice by
putting Him to death. It was the divine purpose ' that He should go to
death. They, in their wickedness
were plotting to do that which tlie divine plan had ordained. They try by
subtility to take and kill Him. Their
plan was to do this after .the Passover feast, lest there be an uprising
among the people. Satan, through
his conspirators, was trying to hinder the offering of the sacrificial
Lamb at  the  appointed  time.
II Jesus Anointed by Mary of Bethany (vv. 6, 7).
For the identification of Mary see
John 12:1-8 and Mark 14:3-9. This
anointing occurred when Jesus was at
meat in Simon's   house.     Mary   had
Tell Dad
....Baby's skin���so soft, so fi��sh.
and so fragrant after the bath.)
with "Baby's Own Soap" tells
Dad to use Baby's Own Soap
himself. Mother
��� ������of course'��� has
always used it.
No skin is so
tender that it
will not be the
better for a ,
wash with
'SOWN
SOAP
K&esi
Milch Cows For B.C. /.
Large numbers of milch cows .will
be purchased in Canada and the United States for distribution throughout
the dairy districts of. British Columbia, if plans which at prcseut are being considered by the British Columbia Dairymen's Association are "approved.     It is estimated that there is
One of the-most important passages
in the speech from" the ..throne in the
Alberta legislature is that-relating to
education and particularly the reference to rural high schools.     ������
The departments of education in
the western provinces have long felt
that the providing of high school
education for country pupils is brie
of their hardest problems. Unquestionably country districts, are placed
at a disadvantage by the existing system/Parents who desire to give their
children the benefits of collegiate education have to face the expense of
sending them to urban centres and in
many instances, this unfortunately, is
not possible. Hence we have thousands of children who are themselves
anxious to continue their education,
whose parents would gladly have
them stay at school for a few years
more, forced -to forego the additional}
Rural High Schools        '^*��*��������������������fts%��������^
Attempt Made tTwase the Oppor- J;: �����UBttBcPafa; I
tunity ^Education in Rural | ^^o^X?^ $
Districts. f Syrup aftermeal. and on retiring" 2
<�� It dissolves the lime and acid
 acid ��
accumulation in the muscles and d
<9 joints so these deposits can be- ��D
2 expelled, thus relieving pain and ��
A soreness. Seigelfs Syrup, also (��
(9 known as "Extract of Roots," ���)
'�� containsnodppenorotherstrong ��
^ drags to sriU or mask the pain of (��
rheumatism or lumbago, it re�� f>
2 "moves the cause* 50c a bottle 2
���5 at druggists. _.t\ g
voc&'s Cottoa Root Ccmpoucn
"" A,��(��*��, vttidble regulating
mecZfofns. , 8otd la tbr*�� d��
'����s of strength��� No. 1. Slf
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old by sit drugsUtt. or ��m*
repsld os recslpt of ��� pries,
' ��� psmphlst. Address I
THE COOK MEDICINE COj
7010070,0111. (Fsrmtlr WW- V
at   a    high.j
the keenest spiritual apprehension of j a shortage of at least a hundred thou-
j ly  responded to his call,
right    he
ere,   that it was white oil paying  them  for helping  him in  his
you chaps.      I won't forget it." f extended   Preserve.
They shook  their heads  and  mur-1 _ "Jest'let us conic an' work with an'
l'er you, an' all we ask is our livin'"
| mured that what they had done���was
I nothing. That was like them. Dor-
j kin knew that not one of them had
(come in hopes of pecuniary gain. To
j a inan, they had come out of regard
j for fiirn, and. his; and the
icy told him.
brought a lump to
"Boys,'
over, and
conviction
he said, after
In? tnroal.
������nea! was
(Continued
Dorkin was suddenly called out of
his reverie by a whine from the
mother fox.
He sat up, yawning :\.nd stretching
his cramped muscles.
"Well, Spray-Coat," he called, ''are
you pretty nearly all right again?
What arc you begging for? Is it
your puppies?"
She sat up on her haunches and
smiled a pleading and ingratiating
smile, by opening her red mouth and
protruding her red tongue. Har magnificent brush swept to and fro, coax-
Dorkin gazed on her fondly. She
was certainly a beautiful thing, and
Ciuilc as wise, be told, himself, as she
was beautiful.
pipes were aliglfx. "1 guess
why Pete went after you,
I'm   not   going   to   mince
.y bj' saying you're not run-
danger bv coming here to
There
shot  by
you know
to-night,
matters a;
iiing into
help us guard our Preserve,
is  danger;  danger of being
those who wish to wreck this place,
danger of incurring the enmity oi" the
raiders by standing shoulder to shotil-
with   us.-      Now,   then,   boys,   if i
wasn't clear to you before, it is
'and if any of you want to .with
���1
,'ou can do so, and still be my
.tsed, wailing for soni'eonc to
A    grizzled-haired
"Spray-Coat,"    he'
niusl be a good fox.
-'���adji|r��d;V\^y.0U.jr"cl;
";Li��- ?do wort, 'and"
go. to -.sleep, and- maybe you can have
your puppies .in the.morning."--
"But I want them, now,!' said ..the
bright eye?, gazing steadily into his.'
He shook ,his ' head and, rising,
crossed to "the corner." Larry sat-up j
and watched his master, ears lifted
and head cocked sidewise.,. ~ - -;-,
.Dorkin reached down and felt-the
tip of' the slender., muzzle ���- which tlie
mother fox.raised to him. "No fever,
Spray-Coat,"-, he-said; "not-the tiniest
little bit". .-.But, you see, grand-lady,
you may still- .have some poison "in
your system,-so wc-tnu'st, keep .little
SHo and the others away from"you til!
ifTornirig, at least.-' ' ",.'-��� ".-'���   ���.'..'
"Tell you .what Wc?H' clo/j Hough,"
He" offered, as. the old fox'gave' a piti-
ful'whine: ""we'll-fix. it. so ..that you
can reach your-head' in that cage, and
nose'the sleepy- little beggars,'if you
want to. ,   Sec here!"   ' '-: y": :���-" ' '���'.
With his';- knife.-, .lie -yciil- ,"a...;hole
through- the'wicker-'work.of the crate,
sufficiently, large" for Spray-Coat- .to
insert her" head."-."-''.-'.-. -"-V .!;'���/. \   .
"Now, then," go-.-.wa'kc'-'Vrri ' t.;p;V -lie
laughed.  '��� ���, ."'/"���-.   ;-"'-:.'.'' .;'���'--. '.
She-needed' no '5vco>nd-;biddiri'g, A'
moment latcr.and she was;iii the'erate
up  to her shoulders,; riosingv-tcndcrly-
der
'that
now,
draw,
friend."
Pie p
speak.
Someone did
trapper, smoking a corn-cob pipe,
cleared his throat-deliberately, spat iti
the empty fireplace, and growled:
"Oil, hell,- Dorkin, don't spoil our
good time by sendin' any of us back.
We're jest naturally achin' fei: a
chance ;. aC'"-DaUori/an':h'is\ire'vv;'
;':::.vJ-li��f%.^\vJl^^
it,^So;!i"-;frp!riythe. ���.'o':th:e>s.V;l~.      ^- ;;v!v:
���'���;.\-^Xh^ni:s,vm$^
^���'���;:H"'e -w-ajkeii ^y.e:rfei0ie',corn;er where'
"had/
tli
It was almost morning before Dor
kin at last got his friends to lie down
to sleep in the big inner room, the
floor of which was spread with thick
skins. And when, finally, they did
lie down, each man fell 'asleep cuddling the rifle of which 'he had often
dreamed, but never thought to possess.
Dorkin  did not seek his  own bed.
His  mind  was  strangely  awake  and
active.     The fatigue he had felt during the earlier part of the night had,
passed.      He cleared the table of its j
dishes  and  Itr.okcn   victuals,  and   sat i
down  to wait for dawn. |
the corner -Spray-Coat had |
led herself up to slenp, her slender
uz:de touching the big wicker crate
eii,
Vir
each - of- lhos.-v-grey- ball .5 -
I i MI;;, face ;r :i"i s e d." \vh I in
ilcKm'g;
Over in
curled 1
in
which held her puppies. The setter,
too, was stretched out on a rug, paws
crossed, heavy head resting on them,
dreaming of dappled coveys on some
shady upland.
Dorkin  got  up  and  passed  across
to the opeti door.      Beneath the pal-
i ing    stars    the forest swept, a sable
blue, which melted with dense shad-
[ bws  beyond.      It  was  the  darkness
J which   precedes   the  dawn,: the, hour
in,-which.the. Great'Silence holds  iii
i,tsgrip the-'-world of "the solitudes.
'Stiddenly-'from" out of the shadows,
���as, Dorkin" watched, .a; human .-form
.detacli.ed itself, audnioved swiftly towards Jiim.
"��� ."Is that-you, "Dorkin?" came Danny
Farncy's voice,, in a'whisper.-
"Yes, Danny; is anything^thc matter?" Dorkin-queried anxiously. .   . .'
"-  ',   "...   (To'be.continued) ..-
trapper5ni-a;d;;;-$back^
::And;Vsurv��y.Qd'..-\'M
';r.a^::'."of';'giift&^^^^
,f:icjn;Cy;.--wi:ijl;^
/o'w%.t'.d:\.b^-f^
Ttftf iby:;}aii:y': nieaij;sJ-;inode^h/::;b.ein �� hni
%j'singfes'lL^
^iAa\i'vc^iht^yyv:y:y::yiyj.'y/\yo^
;:-:*D.pjkin .kne^:tbat;c��^
;i4i��.rri:.v^vas.' ;������ w a felli ngV: ji in i��: kiic\y:f. li 0 w':'
n-rtic 1 i'- ,-eaSl H ;.ot- vtlvos C Joj^aj^b'ushiiien^
le/^d^K^
pf^tlie;- :lispe-;H>;i;fea:eli-' -h ^Vt*'tlijvtv-s,pin.e:
���dii.^Ui&Jini^
���^ASp^.rt^va^syj^
arid;';^; ?g.la;dn ess:-; in- -An i: >Mifia�� t^'-t liatBrife
tUr-ri^d-;fr&-riv:hls-te
.... .,..,..., ...        ...^. ..
m
J ike  a
ed:" the - rooih- to wha.t" looked
bookcase .built into. the.wall. . . .
- '. "Boy's,"..". he"- addressed his ,-volmir
te;e.rs,- his"- hand, on.;the' knob ,6f .'the-
.door, "wlieiiva nian has. found some-'
thing valuable;'1 it's natural, for- 'liin'r- to
v/ant - to" -keep it, isn't, it.?.   . I; found
Jennings Memorial Fund
PlanXasting Memorial for Late Plead
of Edmonton Paper.'
A wide circle of friends of the lale
manager
of the -Edmonton Journal,.who pass
c'd.away'at Victoria, B.C. have start'-,
od a movement-1 to,-provide .a lasting
-memorial in the..-form of a stained
glass wiiidow- to ��� bc'placed. ~"ih. Christ
Church,-Edmbnton. .'���-"" : ��������� . -.-,
" ''It- "is -;fek. that; such, a .memorial
would" cxprcs.s.'iii-'-part' ihe, feeling's of
'sympathy' and regard voiced in lele-
granis.-rcccivcd. l'rpiit. all -parts' of' the
. .e'feit'-ya'whiri'ft:
.^ftrl^tOyKi^v;'.-^^;- ,	
r^/^aTr^.^ot^
}jyj hbrlia.d.xdr'a wft^ej 0 s fV tp^Swff t e'ir;. prbi
;��eied iiigs p^itjl Wal e &1& M$^&S$si&
jdpJlars^wo.rOfijfft^'vti^grcy^
-!iyated^UyNxtfie.;vWPr;!d^
:,: b cM^r'i A Jid;; LSr r^;;l>oyi'';Ji:^ajy;|:pfe;
''���l^Vi?'i*tli'P:reV:'y���Q(tsiK^
.: 1 i p t i ^ p 1 l^r si ^��^cf rit!i;;f p f^d!ciy e ^ v: sJ^iio S^i f
!i-,���    i    -���     -   i - ���     -'   .-.   -.----.--���^.Dominion, and   'fronr distant nlares
lhese,harawoods, you-might,say- and -Ti.�� "T-rni.f-'-- \f .   ��� ��� ��� , V-   "i �� "���-i"
i.:fouttd'".:the;'"wild-.:fliings..'wh"o. make'J:;--"'"~:^>"",,'8!' -Mel"or^11--l'.und/'.with
ldrhomes in it".'   T love itandthein-.
I"d6n|t- v/arit-'to,-lose- either.-" " ' ,.'
-. ,."You;\von't," tli.cy assured, him'.'   ' --'
.'-'. "Welli-I ,d6u!t iiitc.'nd-t6,"-he;resuin-
,.cd.v'' "But,.boys, T'.ye,.'found;'fS.omc;-
"'tjiin'g.clsetliat P valtre'l something else
' I. .want - trficcep -By. ihcvtoo; - if .1 - ci
Xr fiaj^/ijdi^'oglpii- ?|^as^b)|cn%P;:^itJi}!;a;
^tpnimi tl;el��j.b|; ^^rQiirineir-t^citj^^ii^i:
t h&rg&^yyy ~%g yy yyyy\ --y ������:;;
in-
-can,
7%i
1.1'"-
Comes, to youanu "tlie cliildren if
T,'6\i have :Dr.  Pierce's  Croldcn
MctliCill"; Disooyery in the. house.
For  'llittlc-oncs"   and. "'"growii-
xips" this old ��ashiqried.v?;<*eUible
tonic and blood-maker i$ .still
used by the million hot tits, every,
year.  It was first used 1a' everybody 50 years ago and is still safe
and-sano because it 'contains no
alcohol-or iiariiqtic.   It.i< made
up of Blood root, Oregon Grape
root, Queen's root, Stone root,
"Cherry Bark, without alcohol.
Make  your  blood  redder  and
your health better by going to
your.nearest druggist and obtaining Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in, tablet or liquid
form.'.--''--  . - ........
.. ��-. . ..-
CswTEAr, BgtteVoask.���* I have us'^d-
Dr. Plerco'a Golden'.Medical; Discovery'
for a number of years, a-nd" am. pleased
to recommend it as s blood pnriner..  I',
know ft has no tvjua!, as I used it (or my,.
Ixiy.   Mr' neigh bora and frfendsi were
surprised with the results; In fact, I do
not think he would be alive to-day.had.
ft riot been for the 'Medical Discovery.'.
I also keep it on band for coughs, as.it/
differs bo from other cough medicines; :-
instead of n^settlng  the stomach, as':
znctsi cough ayrnps"' di>. It is good for.tbe "���
stoaisch.  I only wish I Sad known
(slxiot Dr. Pierce's meaiclaas sooBst.'r-'.:
we
���i.i-.'."ire.--
.'/rK'cjK
an. =(Jjj
lnd'-'that's'
���wy-ii.''  .' .''���.���!
"; - ]K\.\vfiiU-'<:'
'ti'ntie'il:���-- ". -. , _.     .......
} VliTwbnki, ii.lcc .you. inei.i.'tp.'cpme tti\.|
ami   make." .your-  hoine.-j /.here- on .the
-I'resi:rve,  if. ypit  uill,'you. and' your
families.     AVe'lj-'huilrt-cacli.- of yon"'a
fine -cabin and_ si^.that y"Oti want-for
lKi'thinft.     ��� J. .mif^lii. as . well   telj  yon
now," lie said,-"to" the look of \vohfler
i:t 'tiii'.'-r evi-s, ''that I am acquiring an-.
othf-i    con'vulcrahh: - tract  '"Of"   forest
l'roiii.   the   CjOvr-riimiMii"-,   and   will
rjniri-   tii.e- lieip' c.f1 sis   or"-more
IVtc a!i(i,I have aiiont "fill
:i^v-'' .-"' : . .'I - - ,- "- - :.
Ai,':ii'!: 'he .pat:'sc:Vl io.niarh-thi.' result '
t)f his v.'oril's ; '.tiiC-ii--lie said =:Kcntly.; j.
''All your iive-i yoirn.ieii hav.e^iainted..-
and "trapped- the wild th.irifr's.-inorder j"
that yon iniiflit live. ,_-]; can pay yon I
five linies iiic-re" money "than you:
now iriaking-.-if .you ar,e willing to i
and l>e- out with us, and 'Jielj> j
wild things to'live;': .No!" he'|-jlcjpS
e.riefl, holdiim' tip lii's' hand a< they |
v/ert: about to joyfully agree, "Think1'
i-i (Acr, .a-nd jet inc know later. We've, '���'
got somethiiiij l-lau to consi<li:r nOw, i
iitid vye'v.- .not tr. ��<.--' into ;u".lion right |
No Faitji in Rjiin Maker
Says -Nothing "in  Report, That.,Cali
- forriia Man'CahVM.ariufacture   -'-
-'-;':   -���- --' '    "*', -Rain';' ' '..' ,.'-'. .""'-';"
��� ."Xoth'ing .in it,"'.was the opinion :of;.'.
feet in loving'fellowship she obtained
a grasp of truth which none of the
other disciples did. She saw that His
body was, to be broken and that His
precious life was lo-go out. She entered into fellowship with His sufferings and the joys of His resurrection.
This is shown in this wonderful symbolic act of bringing her most
precious possession and lavishing it
upon Him. Knowing that no loving
hand could minister to Him in that
dread hour, she did this service in loving anticipation. It was the highest
expression of love. ... Genuine love
lakes no account of cost���is not calculating.
HI. The Indignation of the Disciples
(vv. 8, 9).
The utter baseness of the disciples
is in strange contrast with Mary's
love. Judas Iscariot is the leader, but
the whole apostolic company are led
over. The spirit of fault finding is
very contagious. The one whose hearl
is filled with base purp vscs can offer
such plausible reasons for things that
a whole company can be swept off
their feet, not perceiviii.-j.lhe real purpose underlying it-all... Tlie real tfiing
that hurts "Judas was the losing of the
money which the ointment might
have been .sold for, not.that .he cared
for the. poor.     -  ��� "'- ".-:
-IV. Mary Defended by Jesus (vv. 10-
.'.'   i3).--'. -.   ;''; .
-"Jesus-would not-allow 'His-most-appreciative disciple to -lie under "the
censure, so -He came to. her rescue'
Though all the. disciples.censured her,
He'had nothing.but the highest praise.
If.we can but"have His'praise, what
need' we= care"for'the censure of men!
Hc.'bestowed upon her the'very highest praise possible ..wlicn He" said,
"She. hatli. done- what she could."
(Mark 14:8). In this defense Jesus
leaches, according to - Doctor- "Erd-
���man.'    . ������ '.    - o  -'    -     -..-."     -   '
1. Tha.t'iio" gift, to'Him can be.too
great.if made.in.grateful love (v.TO)
"She   '���,;   -""-'������"
me."-
there is a pressing demand for these
animals among new settlers
help which instruction
school affords
The government intimates that it
intends to provide "increased opportunity for high school education in
rural districts." What its plan is
will soon be known but even an extraordinary expense incurred for this
laudable purpose will not be criticized by the people of this province.���
Calgary Herald.
A Friend
To the Aged!
When men and women get past
middle life, their energy and activity,
in many instances; begin to decline,
and their general vitality is on the
wane.
The heart action becomes weak "and
uncertain and the nerves more or less
unsteady.
Little sicknesses and ailments seem
harder to shake off than formerly, and
here a~hd there evidences of a breakdown begin to appear.
Those who wish ro maintain their
health and vigor and retain their energy unimpaired should use Milburn's
Heart and Nerve Pills.
They make the heart beat strong
and regular, brace up and invigorate
the nervous system, improve the
memory, and impart a sense of buoyancy to  the entire system.
Mrs. James Perry, Rctlaw, Alta.,
writes.;���"Some months ago I was not
feeling well, my heart bothered me
epiite a lot, and ray whole system
seemed out of order. .1 sent and got
two boxes of your pills. I look them
a few clays ,and my, what a change
there was in me, and when I had taken the two boxes 1 felt so much better I quit them. . Now I take them"
at intervals, and-am fine although.72
years of age." - ""
Price 50c a box: at all dealers or
mailed direct on receipt of. price by
The T. Milbttrn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. -      ...      "���'-'
Flax in Canada
During the Past  Four Years Eight
Flax Mills Have Been Established
In Ontario.
A flax mill has been in operation
for several months past in Upper
Aboujaganc, a few-miles from Shcd-
iac, County of .Westmorland, New
Brunswick, and is at present process-
| ing flax grown in the county. ��� This
ncw'"venture promises to become one
of Canada's future industries as in the-
past four years there have been established in Ontario eight mills and an
enormous acreage of flax has been
cultivated and has been found to produce a very high grade fibre and an
excellent resowing seed. Experiments carried out in New Brunswick
have also proved the soil eminently
suited; in fact, for many years, flax
has been grown on a small scale,
hand-cleaned, spun, and used by the
local farmer in the home.
Echo of the War
Old Floating Mine Caused Schooners
��� Loss In Atlantic.
News of the blowing up at sea on
the night of February 9,^ of the four
masted schooner Chas. A. Endicott,
by a floating mine, and of the escape
from death of the members of the
crew, was brought to New York recently by the steamship Munamar,
which arrived with the survivors from
Havana.   . - - ��� "
The explosion occurred northwest
of Cape Maysi, Cuba, according to
her captain/ J. I. Cook. .   .
Standing by in small boats until
the schooner sank out of sight, the
crew hoisted a sail and set but for
Cuba ,arriving, late the next day, at
Antilla.
". Worms, by the irritation that they
cause.in the stOmaph and "intestines,
deprive infants of the nourishment-
that they should derive from food,
and mal-nutrition is the^result. Miller's WormoPowders destroy worms
and correct the morbid conditions'in
the stomach and bowels that' are favorable Jo worms, so that the.full
nutriment of the child is assured and
development in every way ' encouraged, ���
Many Transportation Inventions.
Inventions in the transportation
field in 1920 exceeded those of any
previous year, according to the annual
report of George F.-OTIalloran, corn-
was
missioucr    of    patents,    which
Jablcd in the house recently.
hatli   wrought a- good-work on
,,.   -,--. , ���"...,'-     :      "."���""'"."'".'"" i.body for burial
hredenek   ,-Stuparl, t- Dominion-|    ..,.,;; - ���:��� ���.���--
2. Care for.-the poor and other-duties.which "arc- o fpc'rpctual obligation
riiay, .give, way-beforc an opportunity
for service which cannot recur (v. 10);
'.The. poor..ye have with you always."
Sometimes-cevcii' charity -is. 'not the
highest ''expression ��� of Christian de'vor
tioii.,. ,��� .   ' -'-,,   .    '- -.-"    ';'-.;  .  .' . ��� ' ,-'
,3. Jesus'." appreciates.. the meaning ,
-and motive'of .our. service (v.'12). He",
cstimates'-theiii.-at their highest possible- value" and-interprets them, in the
light of",His own love and knowledge."
lie-declared" llrjfthe oinlmcnt-pourcd
.upon' Him- was'a preparation.'of .��� His-
^ I. .The influence of an -act KoC Christian- service" will never ccascV(v;' 13).-
=The example of ^Mary; is. still '.filling"
the eart.h, witJi'the fragrance''of', loving
service,. ThrpuKh'J.hXs-act.of'uncalcu-
lating love Mary's-name has: become
immortalized..-' ":���", .'-".''.-'".''?. .'V
pi'irpn.,,; of; making- rainj; - -A*" tIl? '^esul1 of-'U1*? defense,'; Judas'
'"    '���'��� "    a-! '>'5�� ^tin^iiigly rebuke>rth'at.'hc-hast-
aJ ens away "tbbetray. his Lord.: v w'"-
njs-U-drlosisl,-. regarding, the abili.ty.:of
Charles M: '-Hatfield, of California,-,'iO
"iaiitifaelitry rain .to meet, the- requirements of-the province of\ Saskatchewan', a\, claiined in- a.',despatch- fronr
Keg'ina,. It is" claimed that M:i\ Hatfield ha- established a.-plant"- at 'Prelate.-for1, the
for   the   sinrbunding  country, for
radius .o.i  lfW-'inilcs,  by  means  of
.chemical  vapor;
all
are
came
'.those
It
.  , Words of; Wise Men.,'
is. nobility, not. aristocracy,
a nation.:-'       -    ���   ��� ";"-,..'.
that
The Menace of Russia
Bolshevistic    Russia/ Constitutes    a
Formidable Menace to the Peace
of the World.   -
Russia today, is more imperialistic
than in the days of the czars.. -The
czars' were restrained ," by dynastic
reasons., and some sense of decency,
while Bolshevist Russia is in the grip
of the, psychology of tlip Mongols;
and, .whether ,he planned so or not,
'Lenttic is a Tartar despot.-
- The world would not. sec the German peril in time, so rivers of bloo~d
flowed.- ,So far it has'refused to per-
ceivc'-tlic"~Russiarir"daiTgci'. -It .has-
been fooled by*-propaganda .and
words.-" -It has shut its'eyes to the
elemental truth that,vast populations-
do not quickly altcr-'lh.eir characters;
���that Russia.is -Russia; and will -remain so; that 170,000,000 people who
can.ibe used'-without stint'as the cannon fodder of- the small-imperialistic
group, holding mastery- .over . them
constitutes a" .formidable-menace-to
peace : cvcfywhcrc.Tf From ''the 'N.Y.
Tribune. - '--.. .'. ;. - ",������""-
There are 300 travelling libraries in
operation in Saskatchewan rural districts and'lhc government has appropriated $10,000 for the extension of
the system. . "
Advertising His Want.  .
She���And how is your bachelor
friend?
He���When I saw.'him last he was
mending slowly.     "       ��� "
She���Indeed, I didn't know he had
been ill.
He���He hasn't been; he was sewing some buttons.on his clothes.
The-British Museum contains 1C>,000
copies of the Bible.
rCZEMA
You are' not
experimenting M'llCH
you   uso  Dr.'-
L. Chase's Oint-.
ment for Eczema and Skin Irrirsi-
ttoits. It relieves at once and gradually heals the Btdn. Sample box lit..
Chase'.* Ointment free i�� you mention this ���
paper ��nd send 20. stamp for postage* COc. a ���
box; all dealers or Edmansoo, Bates & Co.;,
Limited, Toronto.
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unnsiaKii
,      YARMOUTH. N. S.
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Beware oi Imitations gold on the
Merits of
MINARD'S LINIMENT
"Qn'c.'of. the greatest .dykes-iti' Ho!-
;land.-is forty- miles in;length, and has
bec'iV holding back' the .water'for seven
c'enlu'ries.' ..' J" ���"-."-': ���
_WomenL Use Diamond Dyes
Dye . Old Skirts, Dresses, Waists,
Coats. ���. Stockings, Draperies.
Each package of-"Diamond Dyes"
contains easy directions for .dveing1
any.article of.wool, silk, cotton, linen,
or. " mixed goods. . Beware!. Poor
dye : streaks, -spots, fades, and ruins
materia! by giving it a "dyed-look."
Buy '/Diamond. Dyes" only. Druggist has.Color Card.  .'-- .-,    .-.
MOTHER!
^California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
"Cascarets" To-Night
For Constipation
. Airplane.Passengers'in Canadai
I'n .Canada,- during, the-past eleven
months,--15,26Q :passerigers: .we're  car-
_ ried- on '"airplanes': -for h'ire,.p!vi'ng'' \
J.herc is very liiile iiifliicnce where j total'of 6,811 hours an^i"covering-429,-
ere  is- not great  sympathy.""'      '    j 1.77.miles. "   There w|rc only fivc'-falai
He who biiilds according to' every ;. accidents at these flights,'according to
a  crooked ' "     '   ' ..--.--.
idvics
Tie tiirev.-"open the door of the case,-;
iind beckoned the men forward. "Be |
hold your n��-'v.-.artillery,"   he    smiled.
''A  ii'.'.w  riile   to  each  man  who has
proved his loyal friendship to me this
night/' -���-.--.'. -   -    - ������   -    ' ������
.lie laughed, boyishly, a-* - they
crowded about the beautiful repeaters,
with expressions of wonder and delight.". Well'lie knew how each man
of. them.had craved for such a gun,
and in the. purchase of these for them,
he! had derived a great deal.^of- happi-
ncss.:"'��� ,Hc,.,iiad 'iritended-.making.' the',
.gifts' 'at /Christinas',".--but; it j6ot:c'd as
'though'-it. were tlie better plan--t.b.'let
���his-. Woods-friends -jiave ;.".the';ii..> now..-l
.The "raiders wouldt/urjdoub"tt;d'y; have
modern firearms. ."���:."-'"};" V ;j'"-':-:::'.'' " "V^-
.:..; ..One: after, "an6.liie.r,:J)orkin'. parsed
the ..rifles/bui to' h^nds thatishook" in
man s
house.
Our greatest glory
failing, but in rising
fail.
will  have
is not
everv
in nfv'cr'
time  we
a. stat.cm.ent  of  Coli - Kobcrt  Lcckie,
D.S.O., of the.Canadian Air Board.
their,', eagerness.-t
q-/.care's"s - them':''Pete
JVIineral Production Up./.
British Columbia's mine'raK-produc-
tion for 1920 totalled $20,580,625,
which is an increase oi" $2,284,312, or
seven per cent, over the 19i9 total.
Increases were recorded iri'silveiycbp-
pcr, and zinc."
V ;T-i!.e. queen bec will lay from two to
.three-thousand'eggs daily during the
seas'o'.n'i'r'Si;.e'.i3vthc mother of all .the
-other���inmate's' in,-the';hive,.arid c'an'Iay
eggs";'to produce cither:'', 'drones;'; or
'v.-.orkers^-as ;the",. fancy ._takcs '.her. i'-..;;.
I   All druggists are authorized:to .
refund the money If PAZO OINT- \
MENT fails:.in thetreatmentof
any case of ITCHING; \ BLIND.
' BLEEDING   - or   PROTRUDING .
piles./.;. /  "v.-.-;'-,o
: PAZOOINTMENl'instantlyRe-
Ueves ITCHING PILESUndyou
can get restful slgep, after the
first applieatiohv
:It is guaranteed by Paris Medicine Co., Toronto, Manufacturers,
"of   the1  world-famous   Grove's
Laxrftiye Bromo Quinine.tablets.
This signature is oa every box
of PAZO OINTMENT.   60c.
. If yon are. unabte, to get PAZO ���
OINTMENT from your., druggist, -
eend 60c - in postage stamps to.
J; Paris Medicine1 Co., 193Spadina
r  Ave, Toronto, and a box will be..'
mailed to you promptly.,' Writa .
your name and.eddress plainly.'
' " ' (MADE IN CANADA)" ;���'"
Just think! ;.-A. pleasant, harmless
Cascaret .works .'while you sleep and.
has.'ypur"liver aclive,:hc'ad clear, stoni-
ach sweet and bowels moving as regular as a'clock,by tuorning. ' No griping or inconvenience. -10, 25-or 30
cent boxes.';. .Children love this candy
cathartic-too."'���.--. ���  -. '
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only���look for .the name California
on the package, ,.then you are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic, for the little
stomach/"liver and bowels.' Children love .its --. fruity taste. Full
directions on each bottle. . You
must",say "California." "."   ..
ASPIRIN
;'Bciyer'' is oniy Q&nu{ne
I  DANDERINE
.Stops;  Hair''���'Coming' Out;
;:. Thickens, Beautifies. '���''���-
1357 ���-*
.WarningI'"- Unless'..'you ' see the
name "Bayer" on package_or on tablets'you arc not getting genuine Aspirin at ail, .In every Bayer' packa?"
are directions ' for Colds, Heaclach'"
Neuralgia, -Rheumatism;. Earach ���.
Toothache,, Lumbago\ and for Pain s
Handy.', tin 'boxes of' twelve tabl ,t^
\ost few cents: Druggists also s"'l
larger packages.. Made -in,. Canatl ,
Aspirin, is the trade'.mark' (register. '
in. Canada), of Bayer'Manufacture ^\
M^onoacesticacidesterof-Salicvlicaci i
CORNS
. A..;'few:'; cents buys ���'Danderuie.!'
After a fewrapplicattons ��� you cannot
find, a fallen hair or any dandruff, be-1
sides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abtin-
daace.,'. -������>v--i ��� .'' ���'" -"".-"���  '������--���-'*-   ':������'-'
Lift Right Off
without Pain
: .Magic!      Drop a little ���'Frce70t- "
on an aching corn, instantly that c
stops hurting,  then shortly you  h.'*
it right oft:, with .fingers., 'Docs .'���
hurt a'bit. -.' . ��� -~ ,     '-;.  ' ���
Yoiir druggist sells a tiny, bojilc.o-
"Freezone" for a few cents, Euffirt- :
to rernove-every hard com, soft cotr..
or com between the toss,; and c?.l-
Swe*. ���-'.-.������   v .      "_���   ,-.
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Those who suffer from catarrh' can now
feel Btire that there is a quick way to get
rid of it for a new combination has been
developed that has
proved successful beyond all dreams. It
is something entirely
new. simple and easy
to apply and will
rout any catarrh of
the head, nose or
throat in SEVEN
DAYS OR LESS In
your own home.
>������ Every victim
knows how filthy
and loathsome
catarrh is. The dis-
���leased mucus is a
ttoasa jan-o-sus etench. You - are
pestful to family and friends. It tires
you, weakens you, dulls your mind and
your will. And there are millions of
germs in the hawking, coughing and
spitting which you innocently give to
.others.
If you are sincere in wanting to be
relieved without delay, write at onc�� *"
"NurseJan-O-Sun.Rg'd.,Apartment 37
230 Craig St. W.. Montreal;" slmpiy
giving your name and address, and the
rest will be attended to promptly eo
that you can try It seven days.
Remarkable Clock
Attracts Attention
WANTED
Send for Hit of inventions wanted
by Manufacturers. Fortunes have
been made from simple ideas.
"Patent Protection" booklet and
"Proof of Conception" on request.
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PATENT ATTORNEYS
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INVENTIONS
MONEY ORDERS
A Dominion Express. Money Order for 6vo
dollars  costs three .cents. : '-.
Movements Duplicate Those of Sun,
Moon and Earth.
Michael Bulka, of Chicago, has invented: a remarkable astronomical
clock which, in a season when many
new models of clocks have been ex7
hibited, has attracted much scientific
interest.'"
In a glass dome.on top of it are a
miniature sun, earth and moon whose
movements duplicate those "of these
bodies in the heavens; The sun remains stationary'but the* earth turn3
oh its axis,-the moon revolves around
the earth and both planets circle the
sun. The .globe .representing the
sun and moon are coated with phosphorus and show. the. nights and days
and .the various phases of the earth's
satellite. .. Eclipses"''��� of the sun and
moon are clearly indicated. '
The amazing thing about it is that
the earth revolves every twenty-four
hours and the earth and-moon take
twelve months to complete their circle about tlie sun while markihg-off
the four., season. While these planetary movements are visible, a dial
on the face of the clock records the
changes in days,'weeks, months and
years. Another dial records time, as
Ordinary clocks do, in minutes and
hours. ���
For all its complicated mechanism,
the clock is of ordinary size and not
too cumbersome to occupy the_;cus-
tomary'place on a mantelpiece.
Minard's Liniment For Bums, Etc.
LADIES WANTED���To do plain
and light sewing at home, whole or
spare time; good pay, work sent,
any distance, charges, paid. -. Send
stamp for particulars., National
Manufacturing Co., Montreal.
Germany's Ability To Pay
American  Paper  Figures   Out  Just
How Germany Can Do It.
As to Germany's ability to pay, she
will save the sum she expended annually to'maintain herself-as a military nation and in preparation for the"
war)   which   sum   is estimated to be
-about $300,000,000 annually and
which will go a long way toward
paying the indemnity. Incidentally, it
������will not leave her much spare cash to
prepare for another war, and by the
time she has finished paying the in-
dcmnilyt another generation will have
grown up. that will not have been
taught from the .cradle that "Germany
was invincible and that war was her
religion. There will not have been
the constant military preparation and,
it is not unlikely that by that time
Germany will have, gotten the war
virus pretty well out of her system'���
New York Commercial.
No Cut In C.P.R! Service.
NoQ curtailment of service on western lines is planned by the Canadian
Pacific Railway;:.according to Grant
Hall, vice-preside'nt, who has returned from ah extensive inspection trip
through the west. ; There may be an
increase in the 1921 appropriations
for western lines, he stated. Indications through -the west point to an
improvement in business conditions
especially in the- lumber industry in
British  Columbia;'
i&JLOCa
is always ready ta
��as�� rheumatism.
5< AT the very first twinge, down,
** comes my bottle'of Sloa- :'a;
-then quick relief, vHthoul rubbing,
for it s stimulating and scatters
congestion. The boys use it for "
stiff muscles, and it helps Sally'a
backaches, too,"  Soc, 70c, $1.40.
'���-.-.���    (Made in Canada)
m
AVilLManufacture Stooking Machines
In all probability, a plant for the
manufacture of stooking machines
and stook loaders will be erected at
Medicine Hat in the near future by
tlie Hilts Stooking Machine Company, manufacturers of various agricultural machines.
Keeping the
Home Clean
BY LORETTO C. LYNCH
An   Acknowledged   Expert   in
All Matters Pertaining to
Household Management.
RICH, RED BLOOD
MEANS HEALTH
All Night With Asthma. Everyone- knows liOw'attacks of asthma often keep their victim awake the. whole
night long. Morning finds him wholly
-unfitted for a day of business, and
yet, business must still be carried
through. All this night suffering
and lack of rest can be avoided by
the prompt use of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Asthma Remedy, which drives away
the attacks.''. '       -
A Roseate View
Household Workers Come West.
One hundred and; seventy-three
English girls arrived in Regina last
year under the auspices of the Local
Council of Women,' and were sent to
positions as household workers in
the province. . '     '   " '  . "
'    London's   streets   if .placed end-to
,.cnd .would,- form a road long enough
to   stretch   across ... Europe from the
North .Cape to Constantinople.   ' '
It is an undisputed' fact that'some
men   do   not;, have   any more sense
. when they get married than' they did
-when tliey. .were born.   .    -     ".  - -   -
Applied
Mei* Shaving
Keeps the Skin Soft and "'-'";:
'-'������',;���; Sinooth  '"/���'���/-.���";
MANYimeii suffer from
irritation1 of the skin
as a result of shaving. With
sb'rhe it assumes a form of
eczema and becomes most
annoying. and.; unsightly.,
By- applylnir a little -cf Dr.
Gfease's Oiaisaeai after shaving the irritation ia overcome.
and such aftmeets a* Barber's
Itch and Ecaema are avoided.
0) e*nt* a W, *�� 6*aiert, %? Kdnsaass*,
-x-
Fall of 1921 Will See End o�� Food
Shortage Throughout War-Swept
���  ''        Area. ..
While statesmen are. holding conferences and prescribing remedies, the
agricultural classes of Europe are
getting,ready to plow and to plant
Many" areas which have not' been
cultivated since 1914 will be brought
into full use this year.
Recoveries ' from .. past" wars have
always been manifested, after one
year of successful' farming.
��� Difficulties which seem to have no
solution vanish ^when the.crops arc
harvested.'      - . .'.    '
Europe is in 4imculties, but it "w.il!
plow and dig and plant and reap itself out.    ' ��� "       ''*.���.
The'fall pf 1.921"will see.the end pf
food shortage throughout all tlie war-
swept area.-'  .    *      -   '
Strength'of mind-andjjody consequent'-upon an' adequate food supply
will bring, .a recovery of trade,, and
.P-uiJ?urop.c:.boc_k^.i.n_ _thc,...producing,
and ���self-sustaining class.-���Vancouver
Sun."       .-;      .."       -       -���" '.   .    .���  -
Pale Cheeks and Bloodless Lips Are
A Danger Signal.
'To be pale is no longer the-fashion;
to be languid is an affliction. Today
the most winsome girl is the one with
the pink tinge of health in her cheeks,
lips naturally red, and eyes sparkling
���with life.- Add to this a quick-active
step and everyone can tell the girl
whose veins tire full of the pure, rich
'blood of health. How different she
appears from her ailing sisters, whose
aching limbs and weak backs make
them p,alc and dejected. Anaemia is
the cause of so niucli suffering among
girls and women that it cannot be
too widely known that Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills have transformed^ thousands of delicate anaemic, invalids
into happy, healthy, women. These
pills "help to put rich red blood into
the veins, and this blood reaches
every part of the- body, giving
strength, rosy cheeks and' brightness
iti place of weakness, prostrating
headaches and a wretched state of
half-health. - Miss Edna E. Weaver,
R.R; No. 1 Chippewa, Ont., says: "I
was very much run down, weak,- nervous and troubled with pains in the
side. I tried different medicines.but
without any benefit until I began the
use of .Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Under
the use-of this medicine I gained
strength, had better appetite, slept
better and the pain in my side disappeared. My health has since remained excellent and I advise anyone troubled with anaemia, "Or weakness, '.to. give Dr. Williams' Pink. Pills,
a" fair trial." ,;-
Try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia and
nervousness. Build up your blood
and note how theo purer and richer
.blood.lights your.battles against disease. Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
as a tonic if you are not" in the best
physical condition and cultivate a resistance- that with the observance
pf ordinary rules of health", will keep
you well and strong. Get a box" from
the nearest drug- store and begin
the treatment now, or send to^ The
Dr. Williams' Medicine -Co.,. Brock-
ville, Ont., and the pills will" be sent
you"postpaid at 50 "cents a box or six
boxes' for" $2.50.     -.
Boots and Shoes and Editorial Policy
Minard's. Liniment ior', sale   everywhere.      .
A Story of the Slea
Is Unique Among, the After-the-War
'. 'Narratives.
. In a great many ways Mr. Archibald Hitrd's book, "A Merchant'- Fleet
at War," is unique" ainong the after-
thc-war narratives. . In actual/fact it
is" a" record, at' times'" so conservative
as to be almost'.an .'official-'rcport/o'f.
the war activities of.-thc Cunard co'm-
pany'.'   ' jhit .concise and exact .as' is-
its: record  of' actual "events,''"it' con-
* ��� -. ���, ,- ��� - ' ��� ���  ��� ��� .
lam's certain passages-which arc "epic."
Consider, for example, this extract
from, page  103." .-..   '"'-'v.-     ;.'...::��� ',
"It'was oii March.27. 191/, al-'-cight,
.-.When spectacles  were- first introduced   it "was considered fashionable
to   wear   them   even' by "people-who
, were hot .in" the least near-sighted.
Itch Cured In 30 -Minutes.
Itch,  Mange,  and all contagious  scratches
on hitman or animal, cured in 30-minutes by
Woliord's-Sahitarj���Lotion.-- -At Druggists.- -
Grain Supplants Tcbacco in the East.
-.Much'of.-thc tobacco land in Essex
County, Ont.; will.be" planted . with:
grain.""_ Last season- more' than 20,-
000,000 pounds of.Uie smoker's weed
raiscd'in Ontario' was'not purchased,
due to an over-supply in general, and
farmers do "not- care to - undergo a
repetition."--' The. -.grain-growing .industry will lead to a greater hog production.-    -.���'.-,     ��� '-":' '���" ���
- Just now it is rather between seasons. The holidays have passed and
the spring time is not yet quite with
us. Can you imagine the far-reaching influence along health lines .if
every housewife in the entire country
gave her home a thorough and severe cleaning right now?
The right way to clean a house is
simple and time saving. . The wrong
way of cleaning a house merely moves
the-dirt and dust from one part of the
house to another���such as dusting
with a feather duster.      ""       '   ���     .��
A scrubbing pail an'd brash, a good
broom, soft cloths dampened to aid in
collecting dust, warm water, soap,
fresh air ��.nd sunshine are all that are
required to clean up.
If a house has been badly neglected,
only one room at a time should be
attempted. Unless "one has extra
strength and facilities for caring for
carpet that is, tacked to the floor, it is
much wiser from'a health standpoint
to, rip up the carpet and thoroughly
clean it cither by beating in the fresh
air or by the steaming process known
to the professional carpet cleaner.
Theti have it made into one or
several rugs. These arc easily
picked up and cleaned daily or
weekly.
Closets are often the stamping
ground for innumerable germs. _ All
closets should be kept clean' and in
order. Once in every two months
is not too often, to open up the
closet and remove everything it contains. Scrub it out thoroughly with
soap and warm water. Let it dry
and air thoroughly. Before putting
back any of the contents decide
whether it is a usable .article. In
the case of clothing, if the garment
can be repaired or remade, it deserves storage space, If not, get rid
of it. ; ' .      .
It is surprising how reckless many
unthinking folks are about harboring
pots and pans unfit for use. Once a
month go over the pots and pahs." If
you find bits of food sticking on to
the pots, remove these by boiling in
water to which has been added a little baking soda or washing soda.
The washboiler will be found convenient *for boiling pots and pans.
Burnt-on food harbors bacteria or
germs which cause decay, and a few
of these mixed into the next food
cooked may cause illness.
.Garbage pans, sinks, toilets and
cellars offer ideal places for breeding
germs. "A daily cleaning with boiling hot soapsuds will go a long way
"towards keeping them gernircss. A
neglected pail should be filled with
water to which soda has b-ecn added
and boiled again and again until no
garbage adheres. For a cheap, effective,disinfectant, sprinkle" .occasionally with chloride of 'lime. Germs
cannot'live in its presence. -.
All dish ;cloths, cleaning cloths,
mops and iheMike should not be put
away, full of-grease and dirt."' Each,
should be thoroughly cleansed with
boiling water, and soap, and soda' if
necessary, .and dried in the -fresh'
air.before stored away. '   j
So,.make up your.mind to go even
through, your. very, clean .house and
give it'-a thorough cleaning.������- You
.andiyour.-lfamily. -.will.' beihappicr-.and
healthier when spring '- time- comes
round to us. '
Under date of Feb. 16, the following interesting article, dealing with
the Murray idea, appeared in the Regina Leader:
The Murray idea that Canadian manufacturers should only advertise
in newspapers which support the Meighen Government and a high protective tariff finds a warm supporter in The Hartt Boot and Shoe Co., Ltd.,
of Fredericton, N.B. '������;.'' -'
Unlike the Ames-Holden Co.���possibly the largest shoe manufacturers in Canada���whose shoes are apparently made to be worn by Conservative and Liberal alike, by Grain Growers and High Tariff and Low Tariff
people, and are accordingly advertised in Canadian newspapers Irrespective of their editorial policies���the Hartt Boot and Shoe Co. have laid it
down as the 'policy" of their company that they "will only do, business-with
newspapers that are supporting the Meighen Government and a Protective .tariff. .' "   ,_'���������.
The extent to whicn4his principle is followed in the policy adopted by
the Hartt Boot and Shoe Co. is fully set forth in the following letter, addressed last September by the president.of the company, S. D. Palmer, to
the Vancouver Sun:���-
, '      THE HARTT BOOT AND SHOE CO., LTD.
Fredericton, N.B., Sept. 7, 1920.
Vancouver Sun, ..
Attention Advertising Manager.
Gentlemen: 1 received a day or two ago from you, your night lettergram, reading as foljows:
"Your campaign has started here and we are disappointed you have
overlooked us. We have been in communication with you from time to
time and hoped that your advertising would appears in our columns. Sunday Sun has exclusive issue and is choice when one paper is required to
cover this field." ������     ;. ^
Would say in reply, that it is true that at one time we were thinking of
using your paper, but to be frank with you (and I take it for granted that
you want me to be frank) our reason for dropping your paper was that we
do not like the editorial policy you are '^pursuing. '
We believe that your medium has advantages, on* account of it being
the only morning paper in Vancouver. On the other hand vve are firm believers in the policy of doing business, as far as possible, with our friends,
and your attitude in some cases with respect to some questions has caused
us to feel that you are more-against us than with us.
The definition of your tariff policy as announced in your issue of June
29 would be fairly satisfactory, if it had been consistently followed up, but
since then we notice a tendency to favor the tariff policy of Mackenzie
Kiirg in preference to that of Mr. Meighen, and to my way of thinking the
return of a party pledged to Mr. King's platform at the present lime would
inspire such a lackrof confidence in business circles that the country would
suffer a severe depression. In keeping with your stand upon this point you
have urged the dissolution of Parliament and a general election. In our
judgment that advice is contrary to the best interests of the country at the
present time, because there would be the possibility of the country being
governed either by Mr. King and his followers or by the Farmers' Party, or
... perhaps by'a combination of the two, and the far-reaching dangers to established business byrputting into execution the policies that t^ey.preached,
would put an immediate stop to the investment of further capital and mean
retrenchment all along the line.
Another, matter which I might refer to is the publication of-certain
editorials from time to time with regard to the business interests of the
country. As an illustration, I might refer to the editorial which you ran
near the end of July, dealing with the Lake of the Wood Milling Company.
I have no brief for this Company and have no interest in if either directly
or indirectly but being a business man and a manufacturer I can see very plainly that the large profits that they were able to roll up were made by keeping
their plant running to full capacity all the year round, thereby turning out a
tremendous output which they could afford to dispose of at a very small
margin of profit and still makejargc financial returns on their investment.
The average man reading an article such as I refer to above would likely gather the impression from your line' of argument that the consumer,
from the standpoint of price, would be much safer in the hands of small
millers than in the hands of large millers, whereas as a matter of fact, if it
were not for the great efficiency of the larger plants, the chances arc that
the consumers would be paying a good deal more than they are today'for
their flour.
The above illustration is given to you frankly and candidly, and it is owing to these and 'other articles of a like character that we have not included
your paper in our list of .advertising mediums.
We believe that we have the right to say with whom we shall spend our
money for advertising purposes, and while in many ways we^like your paper,
at the same time, we cannot consistently feel that we are serving the best interests of Jourselves and the business community in general, when we ad-
' vertise in a paper whose editorial policy has the effect of tearing down
rather than building up the business interests of the country.
Tours very truly,
(Sgd.) THE HARTT BOOT & SHOE CO., LTD.,
S. D. Palmer, President.
Don't Neglect
YoiarSMii
Ladles ��� A few days* treatment with
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CO..   INC.,
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'New York. U.S.A.
For Good Seed
Special Prizes to be Given for Alberta
Agricultural Society Exhibits.
At the annual Fairs' Association an
important announcement was made
by Professor Cutler, of the University
of Alberta, to the effect that special
prizes will be offered at the Alberta
seed fair next year for exhibits sent
in by agricultural societies. The first
prize will be $100, the second $60, and
the third $40. The exhibits .will
be judged by their quality and score
cards will be provided. In addition
to the special prizes $3,000 in,regular
prizes will be awarded.' Next year
the seed fair will be held in the unl-.
versity buildings in conjunction with
the fairs convention.
President Day announced that to
meet the necessary expenses of the
association it had been decided to increase the annual fee ,payable to; the
societies, $10 for a one and two-day
fair, $15 for a three-day fair, $20
for a four-day fair, and $25 for the
Calgary and Edmonton exhibitions.
A Step Forward
Alberta Planning a  Revision of- its
Public School Course.
.-An announcement of far-reaching
importance in the course of common
school education in Alberta was made
by, Hon. Geo. P. Smith, who gave out
a statement of the appointment of a
large committee for the.revision of
the .public schoolcurricitlum. .
.. The initial work of this revision
will be. in the hands of a'widcly'-^rep-
.rescntative group- of 15 persons,
mostly -laymen, selected..from all
parts of the province and comprising
persons of varying opinion.-'
Similar plans are tinder way for a
thorough'    rebuilding    of.-thc curri-
_culumlip_r-,_.high_.schools as soon- as.
the elementary revision has'been completed.   -
' No surgical operation is necessary,
in removing corns if Holloway's -Corn
.Remover,'bc used.   -.'. ���     "���  ���"������''���
Appropriates Sum to-Feed Children.
The . .German; government r will; include iti..the. budget, for the, current
year an .appropriation ', of- -50,000,000.
'marks for feeding ���.-uiKler-nourrihtd
children. - The '-distribution' of .-'the
,fuiiils will be in conjunction 'with, .ihe
.Your    Home    Medicine    Chest���
Ainong the standard household remedies that should always be otv hand
in your home medicine clicst.'.none _y?
more important' than-. Dr.   Thomas'
Eclcctri.c.'Oi.l.'   .'Its  manifold usefulness,, in   relieving   pain   and   healing |
sjekness is known bym'any thousands:
throughout the land/ "Always use Dr.
Thomas'' Eclcctric  Oil  for  relieving'
rhcu'matic.and sciatica pains, treating;
sore    throats.:-' and ' chests/ -coughs,
burns'; -scalds,    cuts,    bruises   .and
sprains.-.���".   '""'-'-...".-    '.  -'.-'-'.  ''.   .-.,.
. .While .the father's intentions are
good, the son'- usually tumbles into
the same old. pitfalls.'
Worms cause- fretfulness and rob the
.infant of sleep, the great nourisher.
Mother Graves'.Worm Exterminate/
will- clear :thc-stomach and- intestines'
and restore -h'ealthful.hcss.. ���
."o'clock1-in .: the ----evening ..that'the ,      -      .      -,-,.,,-.    ,.
rr.,    - ���-   ���/-'-.--     ,i    tw-: i".' "i-i   I proposed extension,   oi    child-ieediug
Thracia,- Captain   R.   JS:icho!as,-while | .;.     ;.,-;...,."���������_-���-,    .,-,    -1.  ��� ..
on-a y.oyage'with .'ore from Bilbao to.
Ardrosson,. was sunk at sight and
without'warning,.-leaving-.-only ' "one
survivor./-Disappearing in one minute/, those on -board were.left with'no
possible chance, of saving their lives
and" .it --"was"', only by a miracle.'that
Cadet Douglas Duff; a' boy of ��� 16
years of age, was .left to.'.tell the tale:
He- succeeded in-.saving his life .by
clinging-for sixteen hours to the keel [
of a capsized'boat,: during the' early '
part of which- time he' was scen.and
jeered at by the-crew of the submarine. . One of them, indeed, raised a
rifle-, anid aimed -at him, .-whereupon tie
shouted; perhaps .characteristically of
the .service to. which he belonged^-
'Shoot and,:bc damned to.you.';. It
s.'ecms.to lis all that all .the'romantic
stories pf the'sea'that ever .were, told,
from J--, Casablanca -, to;., Trafalgar Bay
contain no'greater'.thrilL.taar^this,! ���
Halifax- Herald./\v">',. :::X,-:r~":'':\
throughout .'Germany, by 'the
can  Food Relief authorities.
Ainc'ri-
FuiUcrflieS which- arc ' very, prolific', in Australia, ������ arc .stifl'pcale.d" :m
irtillioris by the aborigines and,,scp-
artcu . from '..their wings, pressed into
cakes and eaten.. '_-���'
More; titan ",. one7thira : of-the children in Egypt die before the ��ge of
five years..       . v   -      ' " /' ' / -; - -
���"fttDNM'
\ Tests Saskatchewan Clay. ..'   /
��� Laboratory experiments made With
Saskatchewan- clay .to 'determine its
s'u if ability; for'--the. manufacture of j-
ccraiiii'csi have revealed the-fact that!
it'is of a very high quaky.' A" number
of vases.-and 'small."bowls manufactured as experiments are now on exhibition- in. the offices of, Hon..C..A- Punning, ��� provincial treasurer, and. T. :M.
Molloy, .tominissioii'er of-labor '>vnd
.industries."':. V' ".   "' - '���'--""���.���-.-.-'''
- St. Petcr=looked with-wonder at the
two- rusty "coppers-'which the passing
soul-had dropped into liis.hand. .. . ��� "
' "WhJY 'my. .good man,"". he ..asked,
'.'what is this-for?'' ' \"^- . -, ; ,'
. '.'War ' tax,", niunnured * the ' soul
gloomily-.as it 'passed-"through the
heavenly, gates.. ���- Qmaha" "Wbrld-
Jlcrald. "' '     '  '   "-     ""'-". ~-
"What course is Tiiggius in?"
"Engineering in the.College of Dentistry."
..-.."How conic, engineering in the_College of Dentistry?'-', --_,.? yK--������
.' "He;: .studies'.;; Widgework.'-^Qhio
..Sun :,DiaI.',''���:'������.. \;-,-^:- -.".������"   " : ' ���';" ['"���''. '
r; -The/Danube :Riysr flows .through
countries.in which Sfty-twp languages
and';dialects..arc;spoken, "'\,':'-';\/<':   ���-1-
.Smallest Screws Used In Watches.,'
. The smallest, screws in the world,
.used: by " ..watchmakers,' aire ,��� so" ;tiny
that .they .look like dust: . An' ordinary, thiniblc could hold ahotit .100,000:-
of".them. ./"Some of-the" smallest are|
only, four one-thousandths, bf an inch
across; and can hardly, be seen by tlie
naked "eye: ' "      -- ,
.. :#a&/etf��:-.->sec,;
Be sure you get
\V.   N-   U.   1357
Z'-I.t ;.u:V'spmelim'?5?; easier "-"-td'Y'"t*k8
[things���- as'-',''.they/"'.co:ne.this it i�� to
induce", theni".to -'cosn^-.-     ""-.,��� "\"--~
1 ;
The genuine, bears this, signature
Manitoba's Natural Wealth
Mineral  and  Timber   Resources  of
North Being Developed,
The value of the timber and mineral output of Northern' Manitoba is
steadily growing, -. and last' year
reached a'total of $2,754,000, according to. a preliminary report prepared
by Prof. RX. Wallace, commissioner
of Northern Manitoba. = Importance
is attached 'to.the option taken by-
the Flir.... Flon syndicate on the' Flin
Flon property."- This option has resulted in -a large amount of underground \yprk, in' .which <80 men have
been' engaged since March last.. In
the-. Rice Lake district there was
greatly- increased- interest -during- tlie
winter of 1920. f'Thc last shipment of
ore from Sturgeon. ^Landing, to "tlie
Trail smelter was made- during the
last summer. Operations have ceased until "a" railroad, reaches .the mining district.' -Copper.production by
the Mahdy'rnine since-1916 has reach-,
ed a value of $2,000,000, ;
Lumber, operations at The- Pas' increased during. 1920, according,to. the
report, and sonic 1;500 men were employed. Output of lumber' reached a
total of-' 35,000,000 -.'feet." .'The fish
catch was smaller- last year."'' Altogether .3,300 tons were shipped to a
value-:'-of $60,000:.. The value of the
cattle .grazing/'.'in; the Saskatchewan
River valley.-'"is "estimated" at" $15,-
000,000.-; ;-> :���������"'=.-   >    -".;'���..���-'   -.'-. "
.     Decrease in U.S. Livestock;
'- V"aluc\. of ��� livestock.'.on -farms -and.
ranges ;ih -the United .States.ha's' in-
creased.fiiore than two and.-^a^qua/tcr.
billion- dollar's -during the .last; year,
and ,th.c- amount of:livestock about ten'
billions...' Cattle and sheep, decreased
in number,, more than four' per cent.;
and.swine decreased more than" seven
percent'."-There;-, was a decrease in
the 'value of- more -th.ati a billion dollars in rntlkco,ws,.aiid about the'same
for other cattle, while swine'showed
a,'decrease of almost -lialf a- biliioh-
dollars and sheep almost a quarter of
a-billion .dollars.        .-.":"'"'.
How's This?
Wc offer $100:00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot be relieved by .. HALL'S
CATARRH  MEDICINE.
HALL'S CATARKH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood" on
the Mucous Surfaces of the  System. /.
Sold by druggists for over forty years.
Price 75c.      Testimonials free.
T. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
X-Ray Aids Pearl Industry. .
The pearl industry has taken up
the X-ray as a-money saver. The
oysters are daiographed without the
shells being opened, and those containing no pearls are not considered.
Those showing signs of small pearls
are put. back to give the jewel a
chance to grow up.
Rheumatism Relieved In �� to 3 Days. .<
South American Rheumatic Remedy is' a
wgaderful medicine ia th,; Jrsaliaent vf acute
orTnflamjniatory rhetlulattsm, chronic rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, and all ailments due
to rheumatism. . It often cures >a 1 to 3
days.     At druggists.
The Neck of the Bottle
Tremendous Quantity of Grain Shipped Through Port Arthur and
. Fort William.
��� With .one hundred and thirty-seven
million, five hundred and nine.thousand, five hundred and ninety bushels
passing through- its.elevators, Fort
William, and .Tort Arthur lead all
points oh "the American continent in
the amount of wheat handled jn 1920,
according, to/the. report Js5ue4J.>y_Jhc_
grain commissioner. The ports were
second in oats,, fourth in barley, and
third in flax. '.Minneapolis came second, -.with' over one hundred and
twelve million bushels handled.
" .A telescope which it Is.claimed will
be'the-largest "in the world is t6.be-
erected in'Vancouver, B.C. The lens-:
will be ten feet in diameter;
-. Color-blindness is' more common
among .educated, men than among tin-
educated people.
THIS WOMAN'S
Ended by Lydia E. Pinkham*$
Vegetable Compound. Re-
���-.=��� markable Recovery of
��� Mrs. Church.    ;
' -Fronr the flowcrspf ith��'.M.b"huiva,-a
tree native.-,In-India;.fa spirit Is .distilled which is indistinguishable from
whiskey.'. ��� The dried flowers used to
be imported fhto. France* until :t was
discovered that "brandy" was being
made from them. Then their importation' was. forbidden^ -
��� Lumbering In British Columbia.
- At a meeting- of tlii -British Columbia. Logger*' Association, held recently .it was decided So resume operations in the large -lumber- camps ia
the province aboat A-pril 1st next.
"' Smiths Falls, Ont.���" I suffered-with''
falling of my organs, pains around, my-
heart and in. bowcl3 and down my legs,..
"neuralgia in my face and head, and thai -
terrible-sinking.feeling."- I felt-that I'
could not.live and would fix my house in -
order every night so there would be no
trouble if T" dropped^ off in the night..
My husband went .to the druggipt to get
the best remedy he had and:he pavb.
him Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound".   1-took-six bottles and felt.n-lot -
better.'   Ivvill always reepmmenu the
Vegetable Compound, arid voii can use
these facts asi.a testimonial.'��������� Mrsl
J. O. Chukch, Box S45,- Smiths Falls,
Ont. ' ''.,.-- " -"-.-.
The succeb? of Lydia. E: Pmkham's,
Vegetable Cbrnpc-urid. niade from rt>ot3-
and herbs, is.unparalleled- -It may be
ui>ed with perfect confidence by vromen
���who suffer from.- nervous' prostration,
displacements,   inflamrhatk'n,   ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, baot;
ache, bearing-down. feeling. Bavaley
indigestion  and. dizziness.    ^J^y,
Pinkham'a Vegetable Corriponnd r
standard remedy for female ilky
. If there are any complication
which you need advice writ/
, nskatca to Lydi�� E. "^'-^ -
Co., I.vrm, Maaa.       .     .   .
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If Thin, Nervous,
Run Down, Depressed,
This Will Help!
The wear and strain of life lias
tended r;i recent years to produce
nervous debility in a large percentage   of   our   population.
Thousands arc affected with a
feeling they can't exactly describe.
They arc always tired and droopy,
lack ambition, have, poor appetite,
look pale and suffer from depressing
lieadachcs and insomnia.
This condition is full of_ peril, it
is the stepping stone to invalidism,
the beginning of a shattered constitution.
We advise everyone in this condition to take a good medicine at
once and try to get well while yet
there is lime
_ Probably no better advice can be
given than to use Dr. Hamilton's
Pills, which 'iave become famous in
restoring the sick to good health. A
general toning up of the system at
once takes place. The whole body
is vitalized by rich and purer blood.
The appetite is increased, food is
digested and naturally strength rapidly increases. Headaches go because
the bowels arc regulated and all
wastes are carried off.
There is no experiment about using Dr. Hamilton's Pills because they
certainly restore tlie sick, as a trial
will quickly prove. just as good for
the old as the young, and suitable to
tlie needs of women and children.
This grand family medicine .should
be in   every home.
Willow,
The
Wisp
��� BY ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
only in this, your world and mine.
Isn't it grand, pufp, isn't it?"
He caught the. shaggy setter, as he
leaped to leave a damp caress on his
master's face, and shook him roughly
to and fro. "You're a wonderful
chap, Larry," he cried, giving the dog
a resounding slap, "and you belong to
a wonderful family. ��� We'll all stand
together, won't we, boy? And if we
fall, we'll fall together, eh?"
The setter whined, and curled up at
Dorkin's feet ,once more-, as he resumed his seat by the table.
Somewhere, in the silent cabin, a
clock chimed the hour of two, and
still Dorkin sat, with folded 'arms,
thinking. Then voices sounded outside, and Larry, with a low growl,
sprang erect.
A moment later Pete LaPecr entered the room. Behind him trailed half
a dozen lean-faced, steady-eyed men
of the forest.
Dorkin stood up and shook each of
them by the "hand, calling them all by
their first names, and drawing from
each a flashing smile, as"iic made
them welcome.
From a big cupboard he brought a
platter of cold meat and crackers and
cheese, and placed it on the tabic.
Pete went to the-kitchen, and brewed
a big'pot of tea, the kind all genuine
woodsmen love. This, with white,
flaky biscuits, such as only Pete's
good wife knew how to bake, along
with wonderful confections brought
up from the city, certainly looked inviting to the men, some of whom had
had considerable of a tramp and paddle to gel there.
"We. wait on one anudder," Pete
explained to Dorkin, as they all- seated themselves, and fell to. "Dal is
bos' pian, eh? We all conic in toged-
der."
'"Fine," Dorkin commended, and,
looking gratefully ivom one to the
other of the men who had so willingly responded to his call, "I want to
say right here, that it was white, of
you chaps.     I won't forget it."
They shook their heads and murmured that what they had done���-was
nothing. That was like them. Dorkin knew that not one of them had
come in hopes of pecuniary gain, To
Stops Bronchitis Quickly
Without Any Medicine
Th
is
Problem    Solved    When
Catarrhozone   Was
Discovered
Thousands Have Been Relieved.
��� You are nothing but a plain simple
boob to suffer a day longer from
Bronchitis. It's real easy to relieve
���this has been proved time and again.
Relief _ comes at once when you
breathe in the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone. Once its healing, piney,
essences strike the bronchial tubes,
you realize that a powerful treatment is at work.
Irritation can't live, in the throat of
a person inhaling Catarrhozone. It is
so roothiug, so wanning, so full of
concentrated healing power that you
get results at once.
Catarrhozone strengthens the weak
throat, stops the cough, removes that
hacking irritating necessity -to clear
the throat, makes even the chronic,
sufferer realize that at last he has
discovered a real relief. For coughs,
colds, catarrh, and winter ills, nothing in the family could be better
\han ihe coinpelte dollar outfit. Small
.size SOc; trial size 25c; al all dealers,
or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,
Out.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
LESSON FOR MARCH 6.
box open and distributed the smaller
cases to the. trappers.
'J'he simple.woodsmen were wild in
their glee at possessing each a new,
modern rifle. They wrung Dorkin's
hand until it ached, and he laughingly
begged them to 'desist. They swore ,, ,, ,. . ,
they would stand by him through j a" lhe disciples.
anything, and scorned the ideaof him
paying them for helping-him in his
extended  Preserve.
"jest "let us come an' work with an'
fcr you, an' all we ask is our livin','*
they told him.
It was almost morning before Dorkin al last got his friends to lie down
JESUS   AMONG   HIS   FRIENDS.
I. The Jewish Authorities Plotting the
Death of Jesus (vv. 1-5).
1. Christ's Fourth Prediction of
His Death (vv. 1, 2). He, with divine insight, predicted not only the
fact of His death, but its time and
manner. Death was no surprise to
Him. For this He pre-eminently
came into the world (Heb. 2:14). He
calmly walked up to death.
2, The authorities Plotting (vv. 3-5).
In secret conclave they were plotting
how they might silence His voice by
putting Him to death. It was the divine purpose ' that He should go to
death. They, in their' wickedness
were plotting to do that which the divine plan had ordained. They try by
subtility to lake and kill Hiin. Their
plan was to do this after .the Passover feast, lest there be an uprising
among the people. Satan, through
his conspirators, was trying to hinder the- offering of the sacrificial
Lamb at the  appointed  time.
11 Jesus Anointed by Mary of Bethany (vv. 6, 7).
For the identification of Mary see
John 12:1-8 and Mark 14:3-9.      This
anointing occurred when Jesus was at
Tell Dad
....Baby's skin���so soft, so ft��ah
and so fragrant after the bath,
with "Baby's Ovm Soap" tells
Dad to use Baby's Own Soap
himself. Mother
"���of course"��� has
always used it.
'!
No skin is so
tender that it
will not be the
better for a,
wash with
S-I2I
S OWN
SOAP
' t��83t
j��-$aby
Milch Cows For B.C. /
Large numbers of milch cows ���will
be purchased in Canada and the United States for distribution throughout
the dairy districts of. British Columbia, if plans which at present are being considered by the British Columbia  Dairymen's  Association are'ap-
mcat in Simon's   house.     Mary   had i Pr��ved.     It is estimated that there is
the keenest spiritual apprehension of j* sh.ortaffc of al lcast a hundred thou-
By sitting at His
a man, they had come out of regard \ to  sleep in_ the  big inner room, the
Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with  Thos.  Alien,
Toronto, Ont.
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(Continued ,       ��
Dorkin was suddenly called out of
his reverie by a whine from the.
mother fox.
He sat up, yawning and stretching
his cramped muscles.
"Well, Spray-Coat," he called, "are I
you pretty nearly all right again?!
What arc you begging for? Is it;
your puppies?" J
She sat up on her haunches and ���
smiled a; pleading and ingratiating
smile, by opening her red mouth and
protruding her red tongue. Her magnificent brush swept to and fro, coax-
ingly. . ,
Dorkin gazed on her fondly.    She
beautiful   thing,  and
was  certainly a
oiiite as wise, he told himself, as she   good time by scndiii' any of us back.
i   :r..\ I \\r..���...*   : .... n,.     ���~i.:~'     <���-..
was
floor of which was spread with thick
skins. And when, finally, they did
lie down, each man fell asleep cuddling the rifle of which die had often
dreamed, but never thought to pos-
r.' sess. ;
Dorkin did not seek his own bed.
His mind was strangely awake and
active. The fatigue he had felt during the earlier part of the night had
passed. He cleared the table of its
dishes and broken victuals, and sat
down  to wait   for-dawn. ���
Over in tlie corner Spray-Coat had
curled herself up to slevp, her slender
muzzle touching the big wicker crate
which held her puppies. The setter,
too, was stretched out on a-rug, paws
crossed, heavy head resting on them,
dreaming of dappled coveys on some
shady upland.
Dorkin got tip and passed across
to the open door. Beneath the pal-
empty fireplace, and growled":' {���� S[Y?, lllc,f0l;cst:./J^P1- a 'sable
hell, Dorkin,    don't    spoil    our           " '"' "
for film," and his; and the conviction
brought a lump to his throat.
"Boys," he said, after .'^i ;ncal was
over, and pipes were alight, "1 guess
you know why Pete went after you,
to-night. I'm not going to mince
matters any by saying you're not running into danger by coming here to
help us guard our Preserve. There
is danger; danger of being shot by
those who wish to wreck this place,
danger of incurring the enmity of the
raiders by standing shoulder to shoulder with lis. Now, then, boys, if
that wasn't clear to you before, it is
now, and if any of you want to withdraw, you can do so, and still be my
incnd.
He paused, wailing for someone lo
speak.
Someone   did.     A    grizzled-haired
trapper,    smoking     a  corn-cob  pipe,
cleared his throaVdeliberately, spat in
the.
"Oh
al
adjured
you:
ueatitiful
"Spray-Coal,"    he
must be a good fox.      Lie" clown and
go to sleep, and maybe you can have
your puppies in the morning."
"But  I  want, them-now,'-'  said ..the
bright eye.��, gazing steadily into his.
He    shook    his-' head and," rising.
We're jest naturally achin' ier. a
chance at Dalton an' his crew, eh,
boys?"'     -   -
"That's what!" and, -.''You've said
it, So!!". from, tlie'others.
"Thank's; men," said. Dorkin quietly.'��� "���'..-;������-���    . ���      '���"   ���
/He walked over to the-corner where
crossed-to the .corner.     Larry sat-up i the trappers had stacked their rifle's,
and watched-his Vnasl.cr, .cars-lifted
and head cocked-sidewise. -
. Dorkin. reached down and felt' tin:
tip of. the "slender muzzle "which, thr;
mother fox raised lo him. "No fever,
Spray-Coat," he said, "not lhe tiniest
little bit. ��� But,' you" see, grand lady,
you may still have- some', poison in
your system, so. we must "keep", little
Silo and the others.away from you til!
morning,-at least.'-'. '.'..-
.'.'Tell you .what we'll- do, though,"
he offered, as lhe old fox,gave a-pitiful whine;- "we'll fix" it "so -that you
can. reach your head in-that cage an'd-
no'se the-sleepy little beggars, if you
"want to.-"   See here!" ...."--
- With -his knife'""he cut "a-, hole
through the. wickcrrwork of'the crate,
sufficiently "large for" Spray-Coat.'.-to
insert" her head.     , -    - ... .'. . -'- '.;
"Now,. then, .go wake 'cm��� i;p;" ;he
laughed. " ���   ".-.- ���,- - .._'.. ���    ;-
���    She' needed no 'second bidding.-   A
moment later and. she was in the crate
.up'to her-shoulders, nosing' tenderly
each of those grey halls1.1 and.-licking
'each'yawning "ii-lIie""i"ace"raised, v/htiri-
perly. tq^hcrs.-. ."���        :"./ ���'-,',
. "Larry," Dprkin.-.addrcssed the dog,
who had drawn close-to watch,.pro-,
cccdings .. with'' alert'-ihter^st,   "there,
ami surveyed the1-miscellaneous .array of guns. All were woefully antique; """with the exception of- the one
'owned-.by tire man, Sol,, and it ..was
'not by any ineai^s 'modern, being, but
a.-single-shot, breech-loading 'rifle,- of
small   calibre, ; -.--._     . "    ���
Dorkin knew" that"every" man among,
them/'was -watching .him, knew- how
much each of those loyal bushmen
loved his.rifle, guessed what sacrifices
he had made to-srcur.c it, .and-knew
of" the hope,' in .i-'ach.' heart 'that someday -he might own a. repeating,.rifle,
like La'Peer's,'..-   ".    ' -   ;.'
So it'.was "with-.a Smile "on. .his face
and a' gladness in -his. heart  that-he'
turned.from his inspection, and crossed  the  room  to .what  looked'like, a
bookcase built into the wall..-     -. ��� .
"Boys,".-   he-. ��� addressed  his. volunteers, his,-hand .on."the knob'of . the
door, -''.when a inau.has.-fotind'some-
.-thing valuable, it's natural for him..to
want .to.kccp.it, isn't', it? ��� ;  I  found
these-hardwoods, you.might say, and.
J  found-'-.theLwild' things..- who'.make
their.homes in it."' "I love it and them.
1 don't-.want to.lo?'e either.'.'--- ���'.'-. .'
; ; "Yoirwoii't," they' assured him'.. ~ ,'.-
..;,- '-'.Well, I .don't intend to," he return-
,    ..    . cd. ��� .-"But,;'.boy's; T-ve    found,  soine'.-'-,
you sec 'about, twenty-five- -.thousand .thing'clscthat lvalue;' something'clsc;
dollars' worth.of" silver-greys, as esti-. ^wan-f'.to keep bv'ine; too, .if I -can,
mated . by the world, of. -money-grab-. -,;\nd.-; that's . '"tlie - loyalty o.f - six-good
bcrs.' And, Larry,"bo>;,'' lie' Said, soft"- jjn-n." -.-������; ,. '--������"',..'.'' ."-"-- -"���."���.--
ly, '-there..yo'ti sec .about .as/inan.y .inil-   ���-]l,'.";'WaitVd- a  little,  and' "then -con-"
blue, which melted with dense shad
bws beyond. It was the darkness
which precedes the dawn,: the hour
in which the Great Silence holds in
its - grip the'world of", the solitudes.
. Suddenly from out of the shadows,
as Dorkin watched, a human form
detached itself, and'moved swiftly towards him.   . - '-���. ;.   .
"Is-that.you,-��� Dorkin?."-camc Danny
Fantey's voice', in a whisper..
.   "Yes, Danny; is-anything the matter?" Dorkin queried -anxiously.-
���   ���    -      (To be continued) ""'.���
'Jennings Memorial Fund
Plan Lasting Memorial for Late Head
of'Edmonton Paper.
"A wide circle of friends of thela.tc
i M: R: Jennings, editor and manager
of the Edmonton -Journal;-who'passed-away at Victoria,', B.C., have started a' movement to provide, a lasting
memorial- in   the.-form' of .a "stained
glass -window tobc"*placed i:i Christ,
Church, F.duibfttbu. .     - - '   ,
''"It is felt, thai such a'memorial
would, express in part the'feelings of
.sympathy''and' regard .voiced in'-.lele-'
grams received'from'all-parts of the
Dominion ��� and_,-.fro.in distant places.
The ."Jenni'n'gs ..Memorial. Fund,'\ with'
h'ciidquartef.s-at" the-Bank -of. Montreal','- F.din'ontrni, was .opcneit with a
committee- "of. .prominent; citizens. Jir
"charge,/   . -'".-."" y- ";'/,'.���;���..- '.:;;���'
,. lion, dollars', worth:- of
'���jgges
��� ���love," "known
unw<i:���-       .,.; ���,..-. .��� - -.-- \   -..'.
��� ,-. "I wptihi'-likc "you, inch" to --come" up.
.arid ,jna!;r *-yo_tir..-hoiin'.v hcre-'on -tlie
\i'r'esi-rve,". if-you-.-will;, you" and your/
families/'-"/ Wf.-l! 'build-, each of,-you-.a.'" Sir
No Faith in Rain Maker
Says '.Nothing  in  Report. -That-;- Cali-
, -   Z-fornia, Man- Can Manufacture   ;'-.
".'-' ���.."''������������'"/���"'.". Rain.    .' ":"."���'.-.���:'.' '.'../
'������ '/'-Nothing in 'it," Aya> the." opinion "of
iine" c:ibin and..-siec that y'oti want- for
Fredc'rick '   Stiipafl,' ��� Dominion
feet in loving fellowship she obtained
a grasp of truth which none of the
other disciples did. She saw that His
body was, to be broken and that His
precious life was to-go out. She entered into fellowship with His sufferings and the joys of His resurrection.'
This is shown in this wonderful sy'm-
bolic act of bringing her most
precious possession and lavishing it
upon Hiin. Knowing that no loving
hand could minister to Him in that
dread hour, she did this service in loving anticipation. It was the highest-
expression of love. ..Genuine love
lakes no account of cost���is not'calculating.
111. The Indignation of the Disciples
(vv. 8, 9). '   -      0
The utter baseness of th'e disciples
is in strange contrast with Mary's
love. Judas Iscariot is the leader, but
the whole apostolic company are led
over. The spirit of fault finding is
very contagious. The one whose heart
is filled with base purpVF.es can offer
such plausible reasons for things that
a whole company can be swept off
their feet, not perceivm;j the real purpose underlying it all. The real tiling
that hurts Judas was the losing of the
money which the ointment might
have been sold for, not that he cared
for the poor'.     - "
IV:"Mary-Defended by Jesus (vv. 10-
-   -        13>-' "'-..'.���'      ���    '. "   :
Jesus.'would not allow/His most appreciative disciple to lie under the
censure, so He _came lo her rescue.
Though all the "disciples censured her,
He had nothing but the highest praise.
It we can but- have His praise, what
need we care for the censure bf men!
He bestowed, upon her the'very-highest praise possible when - He said,
"She hath- done. - what she could."
(Mark 14:8). ' In this defense Jesus
teaches,"according to Doctor Erd-
man,   '-'--'
1. That no gift to Him can be too
great'if in'adc-in grateful love (v. 10).
"She: hath" wrought "a good work on
me." /"' '/,.;. "';-'-��� .."..
���'2: Care for the poor .'and .other duties which arc. o fpcrpclual obligation
may.'give way before an'opportunity
-for.-servicc; which-cannotrecur (v;-10).
"The poor.ye have with you always"
Sometimes cevcu'eharity is not the
highest expression of Christian devotion-. : "���,';.'���"���;',-''-;��� .-,'������
'.=3/Jesus .appreciates lhe.'meaning
And, motive .of,our service (v. 12). He
e.stiniates-.them'at-their highest'possible value a'hd/ihterprets' them .in the.
��� light/of .His.bw.ii love and knowledge.
He declared that the ointment -poured
upon ��� Him .was a preparation of Hi's
Hotly forburial.   .-     .-";"."-/ '"./-'
sand cows in the province, also that
there is a pressing demand for these
animals among new settlers.
A Friend
To the Aged!
When men and women get past
middle life, their energy and activity,
in many ��� instances; begin to decline,
and their general vitality is on the
wane.
The heart action becomes weak'and
uncertain and the nerves more or less
unsteady.
Little sicknesses and ailments seem
harder to shake off than formerly, and
here a"hd there evidences of a breakdown begin to appear.
Those who wish to maintain their
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Heart and Nerve Pills.
They make the,heart beat strong
and regular, brace up and invigorate
the nervous system, improve the
memory, and impart a sense of buoyancy to -the ' entire system.
Mrs. James Perry, Retlaw, Alta.,
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quite a lot, and my whole system
seemed out of order. .1 sent and got
two boxes of your pills. I look them
a few days ,and my, what a change
there was in nic, and when I had taken the two boxes I felt so much better T quit them. Now I take them
at intervals, and am fine although,72
years of age."
Price. 50c a box at all dealers or
mailed direct on receipt of price by
The T. Milburn Co.,' Limited, Toronto, Onl.
Rural High Schools
Attempt Made to Increase the Opportunity for Education, in Rural
Districts.
One of the-most important passages
in the speech from the throne in the
Alberta legislature is that relating to
education and particularly the reference to rural high schools.
The departments of education in
the western provinces have long felt
that the providing of high school
education for country pupils is one
of. their hardest problems. Unquestionably country districts are placed
at a disadvantage by the existing system. Parents who desire to give thefr
children the benefits of collegiate education have to face the expense of
sending them to urban centres and in
many instances, this unfortunately, is
not possible. Hence we have thousands of children who arc themselves
anxious to continue their education,
whose parents would gladly have
them stay at school for a few years
more, forced-to forego the additional
help which instruction at a high.v
school affords.
The government intimates that it
intends to provide "increased opportunity for high school education in
rural districts." What its plan is
will soon be known but even an extraordinary expense incurred for thi9
laudable purpose will not be criticized by the people of this province.���
Calgary Herald.
1
^Rheumatic Pains I
�� Are relieved in a few =Jays by;' (��� -
���) taking 30 drope of Mother Seinel's ��
g Symp after meals and on retiring. ���)
Et dissolves the lime and acid f��
accumulation in the muscles and
joints so these deposits can be ~,
expelled, thus relieving pain and *
soreness. Seigelfs Syrup, also Z
known as "Extract of Roots," �����
contains nodopenorotheratrong <?
drugs to kill or mask the pain of $
rheumatism or lumbago, it re* ���)
moves the causa* 50c a bottle <3
at druggists. .   ��� ��
��a��a��a��*����,��,��yi^a/8w��.o/��8>
Cook's Cotton Root Compouc j,
A to/e, rtlioXU regulating
medieine. Sold In thtvs i���
prl
Fp���� pamphlet.' Address |
THK COOK MEDICINE CO.,
T9I0BT0, ONT. (Ftfairif WW��� t
Echo of the War
Flax in Canada
The Menace of Russia
Bolshevistic . Russia,/ Constitutes   a
Formidable Menace to the Peace
.   of the World.
Russia today- is more imperialistic
than in the days of .the czars. The
czars-were restrained by dynastic
reasons, and some, sense .of.' decency,
while Bolshevist Russia is.in the grip
of the psychology of the Mongols,
and, whether he planned .'so or not,
Lcninc is a Tartar despot.  -    - -
The world would not sec' the German peril: in-lime, so rivers'of blodd
flowed. . So,far it has refused to perceive the" Russian _:danger.'. -- _It - has
been fooled by * propaganda and
words. It. has -shut, its' eyes to the
elemental truth that" vast.populations
do not quickly alter, their "characters;
that Russia.is .Russia and will remain-so;, that 170,000,000 people who
can be used without stint-as. the cannon fodder of the small imperialistic
group -holding.'mastery over., them
.constitutes a - formidable menace to
"peace everywhere.���From .the 'N.Y.
Tribune. .    '-''..,'.'"   '.-
During the Past Four Years Eight
Flax Mills Have Been Established
��� In Ontario.
A flax mill has been in operation
for several months past in Upper
Aboujagane, a Xew miles from Shcd-
iac, County of Westmorland, New-
Brunswick, and is at present processing flax grown in the county. This
new"venture promises to become one
of Canada's future industries as in the
past four years there have been established in Ontario eight mills and an
enormous acreage of flax has been
cultivated and has been found to produce a very high grade fibre and an
excellent resowing seed. Experiments'carried out in New Brunswick
have also proved the soil eminently
suited; in fact, for many years, flax
lias been grown on a small scale,
hand-cleaned, spun and used by the
local farmer in the home.
Old Floating Mine Caused Schooners
. Loss In Atlantic.   -
News of the blowing up at sea on
the night of February 9,N of the four
masted schooner Chas. A. Endicotl,
by a floating mine, and of the escape
from death of the members of the
crew, was brought lo New York -recently by the steamship Munamar,
which arrived with the survivors from
Havana.  ,
The explosion occurred northwest
of Cape Maysi, Cuba, according lo
her captain," J. I. Cook.
Standing by in small boats until
the schooner sank out of sight, the
crew hoisted a sail and set out for
Cuba .arriving, late the next day at
Antilla.
Many Transportation Inventions. "
Inventions in the transportation
field in' 1920 exceeded those of any
previous,year, according to the annual
report of George F. O'Halloran, commissioner of patents, which ^ was
.tabled iti the house recently.
There are 300 travelling libraries in
operation in Saskatchewan rural districts and the government has appropriated $10,000 for the extension of
the. system. . '
lltlJU&iitikfl
uraisragii
al
. YARMOUTH, N. S.
The Original and Only Genuine
- Beware of Imitations sold on the
Merits of
MINARD'S LINIMENT
Worms, by the irritation that they
cause in the stomach and "intestines,
deprive infants of the nourishment
that they should derive from food,
and mal-nutrition is the result. Miller's Worm Powders destroy'worms
and correct the morbid conditions" in
the stomach and bowels that arc favorable ,to worms, so that the full
nutriment of the child is assured and
development in every way' encouraged. -
Advertising His Want.  -
She���And how is your bachelor
friend?
He���When I saw 'him last he was
mending slowly.
She���Indeed, I didn't know he had
been ill. ^
He���He hasn't been; he was sewing some buttons on his clothes.
The British Museum contains 16,000
copies of the Bible.
rCZEMA
You are not
cxperiment-
1 n g tvlie n.
you Vi��o t)r.-
������       - Chase's Oint-
��� ment for Eczema and Skin Irrita-
^_ tions. It relieves at onco and Kradu-
t,um ally heals the ulctn. Sample twx Dr.
Chase's Ointment tree if yon mention this
paper and send So. stamp for postage." coc. a ���
l)oi: all dealers or Kdmanson, Bates & Co.,.
Limited, Toronto.
MOTHER!
^'California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
.. domes io.jpix and tlic.cmUt.rcn.if ;
you  have  I>r.  Pierce's Golden
. Mcdicftl ;Pi.Si'.ov��ry in'-'lho'lioiine.
..   #or ""little-ones"  ahd;'��gro>n-..
' ��������� wps? this dkMashione'd vegetable
tonic and .blood-mliker ��� is .still
itsed by the million bottles every
���   year."'; It:was first used by tjvery-
-. body 5Qyears"ago'and.'i.-vstiU shfo
'"--. and sane' because'1-it contains no
-alcohol oriiarcotic.   It is'made-
.   tip of "Blood root, Oregon Grapo
'-'-��� root, -(jucen's, root, St one root,"
'-!Cherry"'".Baric',' without alcohol.
. Make. yourV blood, redder and
your health better :byi going to
: <'."yoiir nearest druggist", and ob-
" -tainuig Dr^PierceVGolden^Med-
.   ieal Discovery- in, tablet or^md
^'.form.,% . _���"- -'.V*'.'-"-^ ;
..    Cbstba'i. Bgttr, SASK.-r" I have riwd
:  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for' a number of years, end am pleased
fo. recommend: ft ��s a blood purifier, s I
;    know.IthasnoMuai. a3 I ��sed it tormy,
hoy.   My neighbors snd friends, were
Burprisefl with the results; In fact; I do-
. not. think hei would be .allve.to-d&y h^d
.  It not boea.for the 'Medical Discovery.,
I also beep it on hand for coBg-hs, as tt.
. . differs eo from other congh medicines;
Jristesd oi tijjsettlna; the stomactv as
! . S3<.w*,WBgh eyrnps do. It Is good for the
stomach-  I only wish .1 Hsd kno��m
about Dr. Plares's nswfcinss sosnsr."���
. Kaa.'PsBcr--W6QD.
iM.tlirisf;. i iiiivilit as-'""well toll you
h'mu',-"'-lie still, ty'thc look of wotuli'V
in tiii-;t- cyi:-;, '-'t'li.'it I'-iun acijtiirin'p uii-- j
either (���ni|yi(ltr;i!'Ii.-- .tract -'of fore��I |
fr-nii,- tiK'-.Govr-nYm'i'Vii-, a hit -will- i c_:-_ i
fjiiir.i;. tin.-. !n-lj'-.(,f- Vix oi: -Tiioio. ���lirCn,]
lV.t.i: ;ij;<l.''I liiiVc .;iii6iit all wl- .catf-iiu.'
:i;>;.V-." "   .   .     '' ���    -..', ' - -   \ '/'.
���   Af,';ii!;'.!...- iv.-i'ttn'.il'jo.-innrk-tjif reMift
<>f   hi-' w-'.nk.-'.tiich ,ii<;...saiir jL'ontlj-:,j for   the
!'.A11. vtiU' lives -y-ou.iiH-ir.li.-ivc; Iiuntejil-';railiiis". .0)   li>J-;Jiii!cS,' by tiieiifis; of"
������'ortle-! "���'''      ' ------- ....--
niirfvpTlogi^l.," rtgardiiig 'tlie ability of
Chaiks M. .ilaificld, of ."California, to.
iuaiiufacitiic riiiii .to l.iicet the require-"
incuts-'ol* ih'o' jiro'yincc of. 'Sasliatclic-
���tva't),1 fii  claimed -.in . .'i.'dcsjjatcli .frdni-
;'ll':t"4' cl:iimcd:-tli;iV' Mr. Hat
p:i'tabliblifd..;a i/lanC at  Pre.
the- iHi'rpiiii:  o'f inaking. rain"!-.
j!;.,. .4.' The' influence !of air'act'bf.' Chris-'
KcKina.
field 'h.;i.^
late,for
jHirpnie
-sn'i'i'oundiny   country   for" a
tian service will never cease (y... 13).
;:Tlie,'"exan"i'i)lc' of" Mary is "still filling
the earth with-the fragrance .of-loving
::service..- Through this act ofjinc'alcii-
-lating love'Mary's-name has'.hecoViic
iininorlalized;,..'--;- .';���'-���:��� - )\''���''-' ������'-/.-
- .Ai the- result of this-defense jtidas
is "so s.tingingly. rebuked that "he h'ast-
i'eiis'.away'tobelray his 'Lord.:"- - -^.'   .
and 'tr':i]">f)-eil the wild- tjiirigs,..in --order j chemical-- vapp:
���tha.S  you ijiif<]it.- liv<". ;-'���  I "can .pay you j\".'; ; - '...:.' ���   .''.".".    '  . ,'������  '   '' ,'��� \-y '    -..
all fivo times ���"ii'iore;,iJioiic'y than you;-. -- / .."''' '..,..'. -.--. '-. -~ * : - "' -";- -"'
.are.tiow inakiiiy, if yoii are-willing to   ;.-   - ''-," Words-of Wise Men.  ;.
coinv'ahd-be one with; tis/.and licli-1'" It ".is mobility, "not. aristocracy, .that
-thosv wild things to. live. ."  No!" he |- i,cij>s ^ nation."'"''-'������  - -"'*'���'  -
cric<
holding lifWiis'- ham.
wet.. r.l.wil .to-"joy.fuily afe^oV"''Thint-"'���'Th,:ri ''���"''���^h: J^ iJo;iiifliiciic�� wlf'cYe
it <,\i-., and h=t' inc know .later:. We've , ,lu:I:c- ls  "ot   Krea.t" synipathy.
got_ something else to consider now, |   -He jvh'o biii.lds accordiiig to every '.accidents.-a.t fhese flights, according to.
el into aV-'liOii-righl
.Airplane Passengers in Canada. ....
.-.lii Canada,-"during- the: past eleven
-ii'iontliri,'-15,2^0 passengers . were carried, oh .airjjlancs'.lor hire, plying, a
total of .6,81 i hours "and covering-4.29,-
177-miles.    ."There:we"rc only five fatal
One. of the greatest dyke's in Holland is forty .mites'in length, ahd;has
beeii holding back thewater for seven
centuries'.'- . ��� ��� .' '_-��������� ���' '. <���''������:/ '.' "���-- '.
Women! Use Dferaond Dyes
Dye Old Skirts, Dresses, Waists,
. Coats,, Stockings, Draperies.
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains easy directions for dveing
any article of wool, silk, cotton, linen,
or mixed goods. Beware! Poor
dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins
material by giving it a "dyed-look."
Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist has Color Card.
and-wo'vv gi.t
P.way." " .- "   ���
He threw open the door of thi'-caso,
���itid beik'jned the men forward. ,'"Dc-
hold yu-'ir now artillery," .he' smiled.
'"A. m-vv ride to each man who .has
proved hi> loval friendship to me this
night,"
Jfc- laughed, boyishly, as they
crowd^d ab'otit the beautiful repeaters,'
with', trcpressiohs" -of wonder and de-
lighf;������=>;." Well" he knew how each man
of.'th.em(had-"craved,'-for such a gun,
and hi the -_purcHase.:o{ these'for. them,
-he."had/Jeriv(/i -a. great ..ileal' of. hapj>i:
r.esi'.',- ;'He:!i,a��' intended-'making.'the
gifts "at'-Cliristtna?,. but,'.it -looked; as
th'o'igh.'it -'.vereMhe better-plan ,to.-:let
liis ..woodsrfric'nds -have-,'- .therii' -tio>v.
���,Thc'"r?Jders.y.������oulld;"'l.i:ri^o.uutcaIy;'havc,
.modern fireanrr's :-"'.;:'.; '-��� .,;:'.:���-"'.-1 ,--: -..'- *
"A_;One'-=.aftcr_,:an6tlier^"-.porkin---'pas'scd
-tHej.rifles/oat'-tp-hjnds/'that shook in
thetr eagerness to.'.caress them. Pete j
nad.;struggje'd:' in:,.-with . a" big v. ooden j
box'.of-car! ridges.."'-rpbrkin pried thei
'man's-    advice    will  have  a' cvooked
house.-      ' -    ' ,
Our greatest glory' is nol-in iievcr
failing, but in rising every "lime wc
fail. "���'
a sfatciiiciit  of  Col.   Robert' Leckie,
D.S.O..-; of tlie Canadian Air Board. ��� -.
J
Mineral Production Up. . -'"
British Columbia's.imihcral .production for-, 1920 totalled :'$20,580,625,.
which is an increase of $2,284,312, pr
seven, per cent, oyer the 1919. total.
Increases-were recorded in'sih:cr> copper, and zinc.
;:, The queen bee wit! lay. from.-two ..to
three- thousand eggs .daily during the
season. . .Shc"t3 the mother of all.the
other inmates, in, the hive, and"can lay
:eggs itoi produce" .either -; drones.:- Or
wbrk'ers-rfas'.'thc. fancy rtalces. her.:-- .:
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yefir/wife .thinks you -/are,.:/ypu're' .a
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can get restful sl^ep. after the-
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It is. guaranteed by Paris Med-.
Jcine Co., Toronto, Manufacturers
"of. the   world-famous ..Grove's
Laxsrtive Bromd Quinine tablets.
\ -. This signature is on every box
of PAZOOINTMENT.   60c,
If you are unable to get PAZO
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send 60c ��� in postage stamps to
Paris Medicine Co.. 193 Spadina
Ave.. Toronto, and a box will be
mailed to you. promptly.. Writs
your name and address plainly.
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"Cascarets" To-Night
For Constipation
VJttst think! A pleasant, harmless
Gascarel works while you sleep and
lias your liver active, head clcai\ stomach 'sweet and bowels moving as regular as a'clo'ck by morning. No griping or inconvenience. 10, 25 or 50
cent boxes. ������ Children love this candy
cathartic too.
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only���look for the name California
on the package, ���thcn you are sure
your child is having' the best and
most harmless physic for the lit tie
stomach, -liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full
directions on each bottle. You
must say "California."
:;; DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
;:; Thickens, .Beautifies.
ASPIRIN
"Bayer" is only Genuine
Warningl'- Unless you sec the
name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you arc not getting^genuinc Aspirin at all. In.every Bayer packacr-
are directions for Colds, Headache
Neuralgia, ' Rheumatism, E'arach -.
-Toothache, Lumbago and for rains
Handv*; tin boxes of twelve tabl N
""cost few cents. , Druggists also sn'l
larger packages. Made in Canad .
Aspirin, is the trade mark (registei
in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture r>(
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A few, cents buys "Danderlae."
After a few applications you cannot
find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance.
Magicl    ��� Drop a little '"Ftcezor "
on an .aching corn, instantly thai o
Mops   hurting,  then  shortly you   li:*
it right off   with    fingers.".   Docs ft
hurt a bit
Your druggist sells a tiny boitir or
"Freezone" for a few cent?, suffirir.-,;
to remove every hard corn, soft com.
or corn between the toes, and cal-
fufie*.
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Those who suffer from catarrh can now
feel sure that there is a quick way to get
rid of it for a new combination has been
developed that has
proved successful beyond all .dreams. It
is something entirely
new. simple and easy
to apply and will
rout any catarrh of
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your, own home.
Every victim
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and loathsome
catarrh is. The diseased mucus is a
NoasBjAN-o-suu stench. You - are
pestful to family and friends. It tires
you, weakens you, dulls your mind and
your will. And there are millions of
germs in the hawking, coughing and
spitting which you Innocently give to
others.
If you are sincere in wanting to be
relieved without delay, write at one* *"
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giving your name and address, and the
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"Proof of Conception" on request.
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INVENTIONS
MONEY ORDERS
A Dominion Express. Money Order for tiro
dollars  costs three ,cent9. ������'.'��� '���'-''���
LADIES WANTED���To do plain
and light sewing at home, whole or
spare time; good, pay, work sent
any distance, charges paid.- Send
stamp for .particulars. National
Manufacturing Co., Montreal.
Movements Duplicate Those of Sun,
Moon and .Earth.
Michael Bulka, of Chicago, has .invented a remarkable astronomical
clock,which, in a season when many
new models of clocks have been exT
htbited, has attracted much scientific
interest."       '
In a glass dome on top of it are a
miniature sun, earth and moon whose
movements duplicate those "of these
bodies in the heavens; The sun remains stationary but the" earth turn3
oh its axis, the moon revolves around
the earth and both planets circle the
sun The .globe,  representing   the
sun and nioon are coated with phosphorus and show, the-nights arid days
and'.the various phases pf the earth's
satellite.-.'. .Eclipses" 'of the sun and
moon are clearly indicated. '
The amazing thing about it-is that
the earth revolves every twenty-four
hours arid the, earth and moon take
twelve months to complete their circle about tlie sun y.'hilc marking ��� off
the fpur.: season.. While these planetary movements are visible, a dial
on the face of the''clock, records the
changes in days,-weeks, months and
years. Another dial records time, as
ordinary' clocks do, in minutes and
hours. -
For all its complicated mechanism,
the clock is of ordinary size and not
too cumbersome to occupy the. ;cusr
tomary'place on a mantel/piece.
Minard's Liniment For Burns, Etc.
Germany's Ability To Pay
American  Paper   Figures   Out   Just
-   How Germany Can Do It,
As to Germany's ability to pay, she
will save the sum she expended annually to maintain herself as a military nation and in preparation for the"
war,   which   sum   is estimated to be
-about $300,000,000 . annually and
which will go a long way toward
paying the indemnity. Incidentally, it
-will not leave her much'spare cash to
prepare for another war, and by the
lime she has finished paying the in-
dcmmly, another generation will have
grown- up. that' will not have been
taught from the cradle that Germany
was invincible and that war was her
religion. There "will not have been
the constant military preparation and(
��� it is not unlikely that by that time
Germany will have, gotten the war
virus pretty well out of her system.���
New York Commercial.
\       No Cut In C.P.RT Service.
No curtailment of service on western'lines is planned by the Canadian
Pacific Railway,.-.according to Grant
HaH.ivice-preside'nt, who has returned from; an.'extensive' inspection trip
through' the; west.' There may be ah
increase in the 1921 appropriations
for western; lines, he stated. Indications through the west point to an
improvement in business conditions
especially in the lumber industry in
British  Columbia.
SlcM
JLinimeniP^
is always ready tu
ease rheumatism,
5* AT the very first twinge, down.
<*"���' cornea my bottle of Sloa'.'s;
.then quick relief, without rubbing,
for it's stimulating and scatters
congestion. The hoys use it for '
Stiff muscles, and it helps Sally's
backaches, too."  S5c, 70c, $1.40.
(Made in Canada)
WilLManufacture Stooking Machines
Irl all probability, a plant for the
manufacture of stooking machines
and stook loaders will be erected at
Medicine Hat in the near future by
the Hilts Stooking Machine Company, manufacturers of various agricultural machines.
Keeping the
Home Clean
BY LORETTO C. LYNCH
An   Acknowledged   Expert   in
All Matters Pertaining to
Household Management.
All Night With Asthma. Everyone knows how_ attacks of asthma often keep their victim awake the whole
night long. Morning finds him wholly
RICH, RED BLOOD
MEANS HEALTH
Pale Checks and Bloodless Lips, Are
A Danger Signal.
''To be pale is no longer the-fashion;
to be languid is an affliction. Today
the most winsome girl is the one with
the pink tinge of health in her cheeks,
lips naturally red, and eyes sparkling
-with life. Add lo this a quick-active
''sttep and everyone can tell the girl
whose veins are full of the pure, rich
���blood of health. How different she
appears from her ailing sisters, whose
aching limbs and weak backs make
them .Rale and dejected. Anaemia is
the cause of so much suffering among
girls and women that il cannot be
too widely known that Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills have transformed thousands of delicate anaemic invalids
into happy, healthy women. These
pills help to put rich red blood into
the veins, and this blood reaches
every part of the body, giving
strength, rosy cheeks and' brightness
in   place   of   weakness,    prostrating
Boots and Shoes and Editorial Policy
unfitted for a day of business, and i headaches and a wretched state of
yet, business must still be carried' half-health. - Miss Edna E. Weaver,
through.     All   this   night   suffering   R-R" No. 1 Chippewa, Ont., says: "I
and lack of rest can be avoided by
the prompt use of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Asthma Remedy, which drives away
the attacks.  : -
A Roseate View
Household Workers Come West.'
One. hundred and seventy-three
English girls arrived in Regina' last'
year under the auspices of the Local
Council of Women, and were sent to
positions as household . workers' in
the province. ���
London's   streets   if .placed end to
,end   would   form a road long enough
to   stretch   across ..Europe, from the
��� North Cape to Constantinople.
��� It is an undisputed" fact-that" some
men. do not .havp ' any more sense
when they get married .than they'did
when they.were born. - '-
Applied
After Shaving
Keeps thei Skin Soft aad;
.'���;....--"' :,-- Smooth. '.
MANY meii; suffer from,
irritation of the skin
as a result of shaving. With
some .-it assumes a form of
eczema and becomes .most
.annoying   and   unsightly.,
By applying' & little of Dr.
Chase's Qintms&i alter shav-
iag the irritation is overcome
aad such afimenta as Barber's
Itch and Eczema are avoided.   .
Oi eeata s. Sax, *R SetOvnt, *r Kdraj*s��s,
Fall of 1921 Will See End o�� Food
Shortage Throughout War-Swept
��� '   Area.-.. '
While statesmen are holding conferences and prescribing remedies, the
agricultural classes of Europe are
getting .ready to plow and to plant
Many" areas which have not', been
cultivated since 1914 will be brought
|rilo full use this year.
Recoveries' from past wars have
always been manifested after' one
year of successful farming.
Difficulties which seem to have no
solution vanish \-whcn - the crops arc'
harvested. - '      -
Europe is in ".difficulties, but it w.ill
plow and "dig and plant and- reap itself out " ��� ' ' \ ��� \ .. ���'.
:������ The' fall pf 1921 will see the end of
food shortage throughout all the war-
swept area."
Strength of mind-arid ;body consequent upon an .adequate food supply
will '._bring a recovery pf. trade, and
put_Euj-pi>e;bo'ck_in".r.the,_.. producing,
and 'self-sustaining classy-Vancouver
.Sim. .-'--.'���    '   "   '
was very much run down, weak,' nervous and troubled with pains in the
side. I tried different medicines.but
without any benefit until I began the
use of.Dr. Williams' Pink. Pills. Under
the use of this medicine I gained
strength, had better appetite, slept
better and the pain in my side disappeared. My health has since- remained excellent and J advise anyone troubled with anaemia, or weakness, iq Rive Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
.affair trial."
' Try _ Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia and
nervousness. Build up your blood
and note how the purer and richer
.blood.fights your battles against disease. Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
as a tonic if you are not" in the best
physical condition and cultivate a resistance that with the observance
of ordinary rules of health will keep
you well and strong. Get a box from
the nearest drug store and begin
the treatment now, or send tox The
Dr." -Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-
ville, Ont., and the pills will be sent
you postpaid at SO cents a box or six
boxes for $2.50.
Minard's-: Liniment   for ' sale   everywhere.        .:.-'���
��� When spectacles were first introduced it was considered fashionable
to wear them even by people who
were not in the least near-sighted.
Itch Cured In 30 Minutes.
. Itch,  Mange,  and all  contagious  scratches
on.human or animal, cured in 30 minutes by
Wolf ord's" Sanitary Lotion.      At" Druggists.
A Story of the Sea
t "--- ^��� -.       .
Is. Unique Among the.After-the-War
-Narratives." ' ...
. In a great many; ways Mr. Archibald Kurd's book, "A -Merchant Fleet
at'War," is unique among; the aftcr-
thc-war narratives;.- -In-actual fact it
is a record, at times so conservative,
as to'be almost an'official" report, of
the, war activities of the Ctmard company.    ' $hit concise, and .exact..as- is
its  record  of- actual .events:- it ���.con-
-.-.-���--.- *-��-.������--
tarns certain pussages which are epic.-
Consider,.for example, this'extract
from  page ��� 103.' ;   v ' "  ',-
" "It was.on March 27; 101/, at-eight
.o'clock"'.in- the ; evening ..that the
Thracia, Captain' R. "Nicholas, -while
on a voyage with-ore from Bilbao to
' Ardrosson,: was - sunk - at sight arid
without;warning; -.leaving.'-.only ' one
survivor. - Disappearing in one 'minute, those .on-board were left with, no
possible chance of'saying-their, lives
and -it-; was", orily'.'by-a miracle that
Cadet Douglas. Duff,- .a' boy. of- 16
years of age,'wa's: left tp.teH the" tale.
He ...succeeded . in-saving- his life -by
ciitigihg ;for sixteen hours., to the- keel (
of a capsized boat, ;durirtg. the early
part of which '"time'-he-'waV seen and
jeered at by the'crew of .the siibmar-.
inc. ..One..of.them, indeed, "raised a
rifle and aimed-;at him, whereupon he
shouted, perhaps cha'racterist.ically.'of'
the service, .to .which; he belonged���
"'Shpot-and be damned., to you.'.-. ;It
seems, to us all that all the romantic
stories'of'.the sea.that.ever.were-told,
from'-.Casabianca. to-l Trafalgar- Bay
contain "no greater ".thrill than" this.'-'���-
Halifax. Herald. ::.''." s'���'*;<.--'
Grain Supplants Tcbacco in the East.
Much of the tobacco land in Essex
County, Ont., will be planted with
grain. Last season more than 20,-
000,000 pounds of the smoker's ^ weed
raised in Ontario was not purchased,
due to an over-supply in general, and
farmers do not care to undergo a
repetition.'- The grain-growing in-,
dustry will lead to a greater hog pro-
duclion.-
- Just now it is rather between seasons. The holidays have passed and
the spring time is not yet quite with
us. Can you imagine the far-reaching influence along health lines .if
every housewife in the entire country
gave her home a thorough and severe cleaning right now?
The right way to clean a house is
simple and time saving. The wrong
way of cleaning a house merely moves
the-dirt and dust from one part of the
house to another���such as dusting
with a feather duster.
A scrubbing pail an'd brush, a good
broom, soft cloths dampened to aid in
collecting dust, warm water, soap,
fresh air ��.nd sunshine arc all that arc
required to clean up.
If a house has been badly neglected,
only one room at a time should be
attempted. Unless 'one has extra
strength and facilities for caring for
carpet that is tacked to the floor, it is
much wiser from "a health standpoint
to rip up the carpet and thoroughly
clean it cither by beating in the fresh
air or by the steaming process known
to the professional carpel cleaner.
Then have .it made into one or
several rugs. These arc easily
picked _ up and cleaned daily or
weekly.
Closets are often the stamping
ground for innumerable germs. All
closets should be kept clean' and in
order. Once in every two months
is not too often to open up the
closet and remove everything it contains. Scrub it out thoroughly with
soap and warm water. Let it dry
and air thoroughly. Before putting
back any of the contents decide
whether it is a usable article. In
the case of clothing, if the garment
can be repaired or remade, it deserves storage space. If not, get rid
of it. '
It is surprising how reckless many
unthinking folks are about harboring
pots and pans unfit for use. Once a
month go over the pots and pans.' If
you find bit's of food sticking on lo
the pots, remove these by boiling in
water to which has been added a little baking soda or washing soda.
The washboiler will be found convenient 'for boiling pots and pans.
Burnt-on food harbors bacteria or
germs which cause decay, and a few
of these mixed into the next food
cooked may cause illness.
.Garbage pans, sinks, toilets and
cellars offer ideal places for breeding
germs. 'A daily cleaning with boiling hot soapsuds will go a long way
'towards keeping them germress. A
neglected pail should be filled with
water to which soda has been added
and boiled again and again until no
garbage adheres. For a cheap, effective disinfectant, sprinkle occasionally with chloride of lime. Germs
cannot live in its presence.
All dish ^cloths, cleaning cloths,
mops and thcMike should not be put
away full of grease and dirt. Each
should be thoroughly cleansed with
boiling water and soap, and soda if
necessary, and dried in the fresli
air before stored away.
So, make up your mind to go even
through your very clean house and
give it a thorough cleaning. You
and-your family will-be" happier-and
healthier when spring lime comes
round to us.
Under date of Feb. 16, lhe followiug' interesting article, dealing with
the Murray idea, appeared in the Regina Leader:
The Murray idea that Canadian manufacturers should only advertise
in newspapers which support the Meighen Government and a high protective tariff finds a warm supporter in The Hartt Boot and Shoe Co., Ltd.,
of Fredericton, N.B. . ���'
Unlike the Ames-Holdeu Co.���possibly the largest shoe manufacturers in Canada���whose shoes are apparently, made to be worn by Conservative and Liberal alike, by Grain Growers and High Tariff and Low Tariff
people, and are accordingly advertised in Canadian newspapers Irrespective of their editorial policies���the Hartt Boot and Shoe Co. have laid it
down'as the policy of their company that they "will only do business "with
newspapers that are supporting the Meighen Government and a Protective tariff.
The extent lo whicfisthis principle is followed in tlie policy adopted by
the Hartt Boot and Shoe Co. is fully set forth in the following letter, addressed last September by thepresident of the company, S. D, Palmer, to
the Vancouver Sun:���
THE HARTT BOOT AND SHOE CO., LTD.
Fredericton, N.B., Sept. 7, 1920.
Vancouver Sun,
Attention Advertising Manager.
Gentlemen: 1 received a day or two ago from you, your night lettergram, reading as follows:
"Your campaign has started here and we are disappointed you have
overlooked U3. We have been in communication with you from time to
time and hoped that your advertising would appears in our columns. _ Sunday Sun has exclusive issue and is choice when one paper is required to
cover this field." '
Would say in reply, that it is true that at one time we were thinking of
using your paper, but to be frank with you (and I take it for granted that
you want me to be frank) our reason for dropping your paper was that we
do not like the editorial policy you arc'pursuing. '
We believe that your medium has advantages, on- account of it being
the only morning paper in Vancouver. On the other hand we are firm believers in the policy of doing business, as far as possible, with our friends,
and your attitude in some cases with respect to some questions has caused
us to feel that you are more against us than with us.
The definition of your tariff policy as announced in your issue of June
29 would be fairly satisfactory, if it had been consistently followed up, but
since then we notice a tendency to favor the tariff policy of Mackenzie
King in preference to that of Mr. Meighen, and to my way of thinking the
return of a party pledged to Mr. King's platform at the present time would
inspire such a lack of confidence in business circles that the country would
suffer a severe depression. In keeping with your stand upon this point you
have urged the dissolution of Parliament and a general election. In our
judgment that advice is contrary to the best interests of the country at the
present time, because there would be the possibility of the country being
governed either by Mr. King and his followers or by the Farmers' Party, or
_ perhaps by a combination of the two, and the far-reaching dangers to established business by putting into execution the policies that they preached,
would put an immediate stop to the investment of further capital and mean
retrenchment all along the line.
Another matter which I might refer to is the publication of-certain
editorials from time to time with regard to the business interests of the
country. As an illustration, I might refer to the editorial which you ran
near the end of July, dealing with the Lake of the Wood Milling Company.
I have no brief for this Company and have no interest in it-eilhcr directly
or indirectly but being a business man and a manufacturer I can see very plainly that the large profits that they were able to roll up were made by keeping
their plant running to full capacity all the year round, thereby turning^but a
tremendous output which they could afford to dispose of at a very small
margin of profit and still make^large financial returns on their investment.
The average man reading ah article such as I refer to above would likely gather the impression from your line of argument that the consumer,
from the standpoint of price, would be much safer in the hands of small
millers than in the hands of large millers, whereas as a matter of fact, if it
were not for the great efficiency of the larger plants, the chances arc that
the consumers would be paying a good deal more than they are today'for
their flour.
The above illustration is given to you frankly and candidly, and it is owing to these and other articles of a like chara'cter that we have not included
your paper in our list of advertising mediums.
We believe that we have the right to say with whom we shall spend our
money for advertising purposes, and while in many ways we like your paper,
at the same lime, we cannot consistently feel that we are serving the best interests offourselves and the business community in general, when we advertise in a paper whose editorial policy has the effect of tearing down
rather than building up the business interests of the country.
Tours very truly,
(Sgd.) THE HARTT BOOT & SHOE CO., LTD.,
S. D. Palmer, President.
Don't Neglect
Your Skin
Ladles���A teve days' treatment with
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER  PILLS
will dc more to clean
up the skin than all
the beauty treat
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ments in srea
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caused by a
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take thete (ot BUiouaneM Duttines*. ��� Sick
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For Good Seed
Special Prizes to be Given for Alberta
Agricultural Society Exhibits.
At the annual Fairs' Association an
important announcement was made
by Professor Cutler, of the University
of Alberta, to the effect that special
prizes will be offered at the Alberta
seed fair next year for exhibits sent
in by agricultural societies. The first
prize will be $100, the second $60, and
the  third $40. Th'e exhibits  will
be judged by their quality and score
cards will be provided. In addition
to the special prizes $3,000 in regular
prizes will be awarded.' Next year
the seed fair will be held in the university buildings in conjunction with
the fairs convention.
President Day announced that to
meet the necessary expenses of the
association it had been decided to increase the annual fee ,payable to the
societies, $10 for a one and two-day
fair, $15 for a three-day fair, $20
for a four-day fair, and $25 for the
Calgary and Edmonton exhibitions.
How's This?
We offer $100."00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot be relieved by HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood on
the  Mucous  Surfaces of the  System. ,
Sold by druggists for over forty years.
Price 75c.      Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
A Step Forward
Alberta Planning a Revision of- its
Public School Course,
. An announcement of far-reaching
importance in the course of common
school education in Alberta was made
by Hon. Geo. P. Smith, who gave out
a statement of the appointment of a
large committee" for the revision of
the public school curriculum.
The initial work of this revision
will be in the hands of a widely- representative group- of 15 persons,
mostly laymen, selected from all
parts of the province and comprising
persons of varying opinion.
Similar plans are under way for a
thorough rebuilding of the curriculum -for-high schools as -soon--as
the elementary revision has'been completed. '
Manitoba's Natural Wealth
No surgical operation is necessary
in removing-'conis if Ilolloway's Corn
Remover be used.
Your    Home    Medicine    Chest,���
Among the standard household remedies thai should always be on hand
in your home medicine.chest, none ys
"more important than    Dr.    Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil.      Its manifold usefulness   in   relieving   pain   and   healing |
sickness is known by many thousands:
throughout the land.   Always us.e Dr. j
Thomas'   Eclcctric  Oil  for  relieving1
rheumatic and sciatica pains, treating;
sore    throats    and    chests,"   coughs,
burns,    scalds,    cuts,    bruises . and
sprains.
While the father's
good, ihe son usually
the same old pitfalls.
intentions arc
tumbles   into
Appropriates Sum to Feed Children,
. The German government will in-
cliulc'in lhcr budget for the citiienl
year' an appropriation of 50,000,000
marks for feeding undur-uourUhcd
children. The -distribution of the
fttnds will be in conjunction with the
proposed extension- of child-feeding
throughout Germany, by the American. Food Relief authorities.
Worms cause frctfulncss and rob the
infant of sleep, the great nourisher.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
will clear the stomach and intestines
and restore healthfulncss.
.   Tests Saskatchewan Clay.
Laboratory experiments made with
Saskatchewan   clay  to  determine  its I
Smallest Screws Used In Watches..
The smallest screws in the world,
used by . watchmakers,' arc so tiny
that they look" like dust. ' An ordinary, thimble could hold about 100,000;
of them. .. Sonic of lhe smallest are j
suitability   for   the   manufacture   0f| only'four onc-thousandihs of an inch
across, and can hardly be seen by the
naked eye.'
Butterflies which are-, very pro-
fific iti Australia, arc suffocated in
millions by the aborigines and, sep-
artcd-- from their wings, pressed into
cakes and eaten. -   "    ,
More than one-third of. the.children in Egypt die before the sge of
five years.
lilliiil
���%ifMm*-
"^���^eifE5:;p->
ceramics have revealed the fact that;
it is of a very high quaily. , A number
of vases and small bowls manufactured as.cxperiments are now on exhibition in the offices of Hon. C. A. Dunning, provincial treasurer, and T. M.
Molloy, commissioner of labor and
industries.     -   ,' ��� ' , '    ' *
St. Peter looked with wonder at the
two rusty coppers which the passing
soul had dropped into his hand.
'"Why, my good man',", he. asked,
"what is this for?"       '   -   .
'.'War tax," murmured the soul
gloomily as it passed through the
heavenly gates. ��� Omaha World-
iWnld.     ' ' i
'What course is Higgins in?"
"Fngincering in the College of Dentistry."
"How come engineering in the College, of Dentistry?"
"He    studies    bridgework."���Ohio
Sun Dial.'     ; -       -.     -.
The Danube" River flows through
countries in which fifty-two languages
and dialects arc spoken.       "~   *-" '"
GRIP
Take
*v'- ~ ��� ^
Laxative
W-   N.   U.   1357
It   S3, sometimes -easier" to   takoj
thing's- as   they   come than it is lo|
'induce theni to'comeV
Qmmsm
tablets    soc.
Be sure you get
OMQ
T&e genuine besrs this signature
Mineral  and  Timber   Resources  of
North Being Developed,
The value of the timber and mineral output of Northern Manitoba is
steadily growing, and last year
reached a lota! of $2,754,000, according to a preliminary report prepared
by Prof, R.C. Wallace, commissioner
of Northern Manitoba. Importance
is attached 'to the option taken by
the Flin ��� Flon syndicate on the Flin
Flon property. This option has resulted in a, large amount of underground-work, in which 80 men have
been engaged since March last. In
the Rice^ Lake district there was
greatly increased "interest during" the
winter of 1920. The last shipment of
ore from Sturgeon Landing lo the
Trail smelter was made during the
last summer. Operations have ceased until a railroad reaches the mining district. Copper production by
the Mandy mine since 1916 has reached a value of $2,000,000.
Lumber operations at The - Pas. increased during 1920, according to the
report, and some 1,500 men were "employed. ,Output of lumber reached a
total of 35,000,000' feet. .'The fish
catch was smaller last year. Altogether 3,300 tons were shipped to a
value of $60,000. The value of the
cattle, grazing in the Saskatchewan
River v.ilicy is estimated at $15,-
000,000.
Decrease in U.S. Livestock.
Valtic^ of livestock on farms and
langes in the United State3 has increased more llian two and a quarter
billion dollars during the last year,
and the amount of livestock about ten
billions. Cattle and sheep decreased
in number more than four per cent,
and .swine decreased more than seven
per cent. . There was a,decrease in
the value of more than a billion dollars in milk cows', and about the same
for other 'cattle, while swine-'showed
a decrease of almost half a billion
-dollars and sheep almost a quarter of
a billion dollars.
X-Ray Aids Pearl Industry.
The pearl industry has taken up
the X-ray as a money saver. The
oysters are daiographed without the
shells being opened, and those containing no pearls are not considered.
Those showing signs of small pearls
are put back lo give the jewel a
chance to grow up.
Rheumatism Relieved In I to 3 Days.
South American Rheumatic Remedy is a
wftadgrful rngdjeiae is tUs JrjiUuent of acute
orTnflafflniatory rheilfifatism, chronic rheumatism, lumbago, ccuralfia, and all ailments due
to rheumatism. It often cures >n 1 to 3
days.     At drug-gists.
The Neck of the Bottle
Tremendous Quantity of Grain Shipped Through Port Arthur and
Fort William.
With one hundred and thirty-seven
million, five hundred and nine thousand, five hundred and ninety bushels
passing through its elevators, Fort
William and Port Arthur lead all
points on the American continent in
the amount of wheat handled m 1920,
"according to-the-report issued-by-thc-
grain commissioner. The ports were
second in oats, fourth in barley, and
third in flax. ' Minneapolis came second, with over one hundred and
twelve million bushels handled.
A telescope which it is claimed will
be the largest in the world is to ,be
erected in Vancouver, B.C. The lens
will bt ten feet in diameter.
Color-blindness is more common
among educated men than among uneducated people.
THIS WOMAN'S
MISERY
Ended by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Remarkable Recovery of
Mrs. Church.
From the.flowers of the Moiiuwa, a
tree native In India, a spirit Is dis-:
tilled which is indistinguishable from
whiskey., The dried flowers used to
be Imported into France, mil;' it was
discovered that "brandy" was being
made from them. Then their importation was forbidden.
Lumbering In British Columbia.
-, Al ?. meeting of th; British Colombia - Loggers' Association held recently it was decided lo ttsume operations in th; large lumber camps ia
the pro-irince abosi At>ril 1st nest, .
' Smiths Falls, Ont���"I suffered with
falling of my organs, pains around my
heart and in bowels and down my legs,
neuralgia in my face and head, and that
terrible sinking feeling. I felt that I
could not live and would fix my house in
order every night so there would be no
trouble if I dropped off in The night.
My husband weat to the druggist to get -
the best remedy he had and he gave
him Lydia E. Phikham's Vegetable f Vm-
poand. I took six bottles and felt p. lot
better. I will always recommend th<?
Vegetable Compound, and you can ~ase ���
these facts as a testimonial." ���Mrs.
J. O. Church, Box 845, Smiths Falls,
Ont.     ' "    ''
The success of Lydia E. PinkharnX -
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled.    It may be'
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from nervous jpro��iratiun,
displacements,   inflammation,   ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down 'feeling, flauslency,
indigestion, and dizziness.    Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable CorBpotEid is tie
standard remedy for female ills,
-   If there are any complication^ about
which yon need sdvice write in confidence t& Lydia E. Piakha^s Medicine
Co.. I.yr-., Mm*.    .
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K'-awKiUWiB SMSMfl"
rep^nemuiL-yfr-kS THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or 5;
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and th<
United States $3., always in advance.
G^W. A. SMITH
. ~   Lessee
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices '.':-.     7.00
"Sstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks..    1.00
Certificate.of Improvement  12.50
(Where, more than one claim appears id notice, $5.00 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.
Transcient"display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals iz^c. a line each insertion.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
tl.ai the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Alt. are not angels wbo harp.
It takes a certain kind of courage to order corn beef and cabbage
in a swell restaurant.
One of the inevitable elements
of wastage at a public meeting is a
large amount of untaken advice.
"Britain faces formidable crisis."
The news of the day wouldn't be
without shucks without such an
item.
The Home Circle
DON'T WORRY
A great many people worry unconsciously. - They don't
understand why they are tired in the morning, -why their
sleep was so disturbed and .troubled. This mental disturbance is often caused by the habit of taking things too
seriously, carry too great a weight of responsibility.
Everywhere can be seen people who take life too seriously.
One of the most helpful lessons life can impart is that
which shows us how to do our work as well as _ it can be
done, and then let principle take care of the result.
People are always being astonished to find how-much bet-.,
ter things turn out than they had anticipated.
Nothing annoys a man more than to be eagerly questioned when he comes home tired. Give him a neatly
served dinner or a pair of easy slippers and a cup of tea
and let him eat and drink in peace, and in time he will
tell you of his own proper notion all you wish tefknow.
But if you begin the attack too soon, the chances, are that
you will be rewarded by curtly spoken monosyliables.
Put down this item in your note book, girls; and it will
serve you well some day.
You don't need blue laws to
make a blue Sunday provided you
paint the town red on Saturday
night.
The high powered automobiles
that are used to smuggle whiskey
might be called modern jug-ger-
nauts."
Is>-'t the proposed law to ensure
the purity of liquor for invalids
likely to increase rather than decrease epidemics?     '
The ' British , ambassador to
Washington-says that Britain and
America are " "treading the path
Teading-to war." -"'���
"\Yo5Iem; are growing taller, and
heavier. Some- day. soon the so-;
called dominating male is going to
get his trimmings. .'
I-r'it were .possible to place .definitely, the men who are interested
- in elections for their.country's sake
,jmd those who are interested for
party's sake, the problem of dividing patriots from ;the otherwise
would be settled.,    .,.,-���-', ���.' -  ...  ;
Mining News
Stop grumbling. Get up two hours- earlier "in the
morning and do something out of your regular profession.
Mind your own business and with all your might let other
people's alone. Live within your means. Give away or
sell your dog. Go. to bed early. ":T.alk less of.-your own
peculiar, gifts and, virtues and more of those of your-
friends and neighbors. Be cheerful.'Fulfill, vour promises. Pay.your debts. Be yourself all.you would see in
others.    Be a good man and stop grumbling.
DR.  J.  M, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 90.       Residence Phone 69
GREENWOOD. B.C.
POCOiHSOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
TV  THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AND REPAIRED!
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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' Culameen Botel
PRINCETON, B.C.
One of the largest hotels in
the city.    Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals.
CHAS. WALMSLEY      -    Proprietor
Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
TREMONT HOTEL
NELSON,  B.C.
Nicely litrnished rooms, by the
clay, week or month
F. Nilson      -������       .- Proprietor
NEW  GRAND  HOTEL
616 Vernon St., Nelson
Brick building and finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG     -   -   Proprietor
There are people who if they hear an ' organ, find out
at once which are the poorest stops. It they listen to a
great speaker, they remember nothing but some slip in
the construction of a sentence, the consistency, of" a metaphor, or the evolutions . of an argument. While their
friends are admiring the wealth and beauty of a tree'
whose branches are weighed down with fruit, they have
���discovered a;solitary bough, . lost in the' golden- affluence,
on which nothing is hanging. \ Fortunately, we have but
a few of these flaw .hunters in this community, but that is
a. f ew too manyC
OR. A. MILLO Y
'       DENTiST .
All   lhe    latest   methods   in   high-class
Dentistry.
LOO BUILDING
,,. Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets., ���
VANCOUVER.   -   -   -   B.C.
ASSAYBR
E. W. WIDDOWSOJN, Assayer and
Chemist, Box 131108, Nelson,' B. ��� C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
$1.25 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 ap-
plication. -_ ..  ��
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
FRONT ST..      NELSON.     BOX 865
MATTHEWS    BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers. Cadillac cars, . Garage in
connection. - -"
JOHN GRASSICK
.'��� .Watchmaker, and Jeweler";
-' -r    GRANS FORKS   '���
WATER NOTICE
The jBosun    mine ..near   Now
. Denver, has a crew of- 14  men do-
, ipg development work and  expects
to keep that force on for some time.
. Tlie Pyrafgyrite mine,. (the/old.
Euby) near Chopaka, will  resume
operations   .very    shortly.    /The
starting-of the new and modern
;'mill--which.-.was-   completed, last
. summer .will   be '< the ...important
.feature, of .resumption   of   opera-.
' tions;-; ���',';.>���' .-".c ".-,��� V     '.,..'.   '"'" . .-.';.-
. Diamonds.- imported" into' the
-Unitedj-Stajfcee in; 1920 were valued
". at 889.000,000, according. to statis-.
tics compiled by the,National.Bank
of Commerce of New York. ..This
was nearly.double the importations
of. 1919 and more than triple those
of 1918'.; With such an enormous
quantity of diamonds pouring into
the country, the natural inference
might, be that prices of the gems
; would decrease. No so. . Diamond
'prices-are fixed; by the London
,; Diamond Syndicate which controls
the output, of practically all the
South; African mines and these
mines today,are the source of 98
per cent of all the diamonds in the
world's markets. '. The; syndicate-
announced, recently there would be
no rednctioni/.viu ';.'' the /price.- /of.
diamonds audi? necessary-the,out-;
pat of the -mines; would be re
da'ced to maintain present .prices.
'_:'    (Clearing Stkeams)
TAKE NOTICE that'Joseph Peter Keatie,
whose address is Rock Creek, will apply for a
licence to use the waters of Rock Creek for
"Cleariiiir Streams'.' purpose (i. e. clearing and
improving the stream for the driving-, booming,
or rafting- of logs)'."',
.The points on the stream between - which it is
proposed to clear are from the the confluence of
Rock Creek and Kettle.Rivet- to a point wher*
.   . the Government "wagon   road   crosses   Rock
Mail  your  watch  for , Repair and Iwill   Creek on Lot No. !S94. ���
mail it back.' Charges are moderate. " f - Tll.e .est.in??ted., miV=af  bet"'<*��   the said
.-. . I points is eightmiles. -The term proposed fo"r
��� ��� the licensees 20 years..
.- This  notice was posted on   tlie ground on
the 1st day of .February, A. D. 1921."
A copy of this notice and an application pur
suatit thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914" will
he filed in the office of .the Water Recorder M
Grand Forks. - '"��� .
-:"Objection to   the application   may  be  filed
with , the'said-Water  Recorder  or  with the
���''You    have   had., Comptroller   of    Water-  Rijjhts,   Parliament
,"j"! Building, Victoria, B.  C, within  thirty days
'   after the first  appearance of this notice in a
Not Her.Name
"Xdon'S like your'heart action'--'
said the doctor, applying .'the stethoscope again
some trouble with angina'pectoris.
-.'^You're,partly  right,' doctor," ^^f^llrsl!)uWicationof lhisnolIce
said  the young   man,   sheepishly -is February^!, a'.d. 1021.
' -J   ���-'   b "��� ' -   -        *       /   |- _.'-        ' '.."-   ..-��� JOSEPH PETER KEANE,
v ,'-l'-.-.--'   /-   --.������'    -:-   .'.""    . , 'Applicant.
"only that ain't her-name.,'?
EBSBS
assBaeem
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!!^   LONG   DISTANCE^T
The .value-bf the"telephone is riot.only 111 convenience,, btil.at . .'���
any, tiine youcaii reach.anyone, -you, :want..' Call Long, Distance, ".'.'
give ttaiiie. and 'address of. the. party" wanted and the time at which "
you woti/d like to talk^'and she will do the rest.:. Be the person '.'!.-
wauled /hr or near, travelling or at hoinc, he', will'-be located-and : -.'���.
���will he available at the appointed lime...      './."-'
��� Longdistance telephone/service'is much .'more comprehensive      '���'
than-, otie realizes.;. ���-���-   '//-',   N-    ,-,-'... > ,'. ���' .. ���������' .���' .;    .',.'���-    . .-''-���/
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
4* 4"*' ���** 4�� 4r ^"4�� *g* ���$��� ���$��� ��fr &
ej,  C LOA.T is not a periodic- j,
al.    It ia a  book con- j*.
^k  taining 86 illustrations all "��*
^j,  told,   and  is    filled    with ��{���
.   sketches   and    stories   of ��j*
J* western life.    It tells how ��g��
V a gambler cashed in after ^
���$�� the flush days of" Sandon ; *��
��^t  how it rained in New Den- *��*
ej, ver long after Noah  was 4��
^ dead; how a parson took a ^s
^ drink   at  Bear    Lake    in ��2.
T*  early   days;   how    justice j.
4��- was-dealt-in-K'asloin-'93; T
���J*, how the saloon  man out- "**
^ prayed the women in Kala- 4*
.    mazoo, and graphically de< 4��
^ picts the   roamings    of   a' A
"** western editor among the T
��S�� tender-feet in the cent belt. J*
ej��  It contains the early history V
e|," of Nelson and   a romance 4*
y of the Silver King mine. #$��
��� In. it; are   printed    three ��2.
^  western poems, and dozens v'
ju..of articles   too   numerous j",
"�� to mention. ..  Send for one T
T. before it is too late..- The 4��
.4��. price /is, 60..cents,' post- 4"
:^��.-.paid to  any part of . the. ��&
A-' world.     Address   all . let- j,
A 'ters to   -./-���,. ;. J.
j  The Ledge ,/*
4��:'._. GREENAVOOD, :B. C.   . 4,
;$��"-   - -''-\: .'-'' ",'" ��|��
Mlnlmum^prlce of flrat-clasB land
reduced to ?5 an -acre; second-clasa to
$2.60 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
' Records will be granted covering only
-land suitable for agricultural purposes
��nd 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. : 0.
Pre-emptors must oocupy claims for
Ave years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivation of at least 6 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant. '
where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 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
1800 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make Improvements
or record same will operate as for-
telture. Title cannot be obtained in
�� .^J1!? 6 ye*", and improvements
of 110.00 per acre, inoludlng B acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
��J &t least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-errtptlon, If he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made
ana residence maintained on Crown
granted land. '" a
Unsurveyed areas, not exceedliig 20
acres, may be leased as homesites;
title to be obtained after fulfilling resl-
"���ntlal 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; oondltions include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by J��,istln.* 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. f^
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    of    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig  Lead   and* Zinc!
"TADANAC BRAND
PRE-EMPTORS'     FREE
vi    ' ./ACT...   ...-.
QRANT8
i���2w BC0S* ot t^-Aot I�� enlarged to
lnolude aU persons Joining and serving wl.thHlY Majesty's ��� forces/   The
S^raons Joining and serv-
., .^,     K Majesty's��� Forces.    The
time within whioh the heirs or devisees
tL *i��90a*"*.d ��r��:��n��Ptor may apply
5^mUil9 und�� this Act Is extended
from for one year from the death of
��-.. ��er,?u'--as 'orP��rty. until one
year after the oonoluslon of the present
war.- . Th ��� privilege is also madr""-
troactive.
A^lf^lFtTlntt0 Pr��-��mptions are
-ilt?r P*y��'J lX soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26i 1918
Taxes are remitted for five years
'n^fSv!?lon foi" return of moneys ac-
f U(oiVd^ *?* bM? P?W alnce August
*��� i*"',��fL *ooount of payments, feet
or taxes on soldiers' preremptlons.
Interest on agreements to purchase
V.n'L0* ^^ to*" J����W;*y members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
direot �� indirect, remitted from enlistment to March II. mo. ^
LEDGE ADS. BRING RESULTS
X-fr** l*<A>4"l*4**l"l*.4*4* *4"l"l'4'*.4*4����4��*8��^4��4��
���UB-PUROH
Lands.
of .CROWN
Provision .made   ,���    ���_���.,������
Crown grants-to  sub-purchasers
������*. *-     (?r   '������uance   of
Crown Lands,, acquiring rights from
purchasers  who  failed    to    complet
purchase, involving forfeiture, on fill
Ailment of conditions of purohi
iub-p	
. original par-
nd taxes may
r--lonateljr   over
cations  must  be
of
���, ..jm
complete
on ful-
ase. ln-
lurohi
purchasers who failed
purchase, involving for��..t^,
flllment qf conditions of purcl
terest and take*.   Where tubers do not olaim whole of orlgmai parcel, Purchaae pride due and taxes may
be   dUtrlbuted   proportionately   over
QRAZINO.   j (
Qraiing Act. 191��, for systematic
development of IlVestoclt Industry provides lor graiing district* and range
administration under Commissioner
Annual graslng permits issued based
on numbers ranged: priority for established owners. Stock-ownera may
form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permit*
for settlers, campers or tra-r^Ara. ud
to ten head. ���
A. HIGGINBOTHAM!
(Expert Optician)
GRADUATE
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
K- W. C Block        - Nelson
*
Cbe Rumc Rote!
nelson, B.C.
The only op��4o/date Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,
First-class
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Hot arid Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop   ":"
15   SAM RLE ROOMS
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Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
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-^Nd better ..security obtainable
-���Cannot be seized or,levied upon for any cause
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���^Frie from Dominion Income Teas-'; -; ;.        ��� '"��� '���' '-.���-'    ������'<���
������7N0 medical examination; required ,''..-; ...   "7 .V.   	
Anyone over the age qf .5_'years resident cr domiciled in Canada .-
may, purchase:'. "-...-���   '.. ,/-��� "       - -,--.   -- .-���  ���;���,-.     '- ;;���---.,���,.. -.
- Any- two-persons "may purchase' jointly." '������"-     ,"-.--'-:-";.-.'."' '..;""���'. 't;i- ���".'
Employers niay-purchase for.,their empkjyees^-schbol boards for^ "-
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GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Dealer in Farm.' Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For,&le;:;List your lands
with me,   Have 3 buyer for good ranch
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J, P. MORGAN
Dealer in"Second-hand Furniture
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Horse?, Cattle,' Etc.
BAKER STREET.;   -    NELSON
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery   And  Stage
GREEN W000D.B.C
W.   H.   DOOKSTEADER, Ppop.
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B Posters, Dodgers, Etc.j Etc. 3
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The Mineral Province of Western Canada
TO END OF DECEMBER, 1919
Has produced Minerals valued as follows:   Placer Gold, $75,722,603; Lode
.:: Gold, SI.00,272,431; Silver, 150,432,304; Lead $43,821,106; Copper, $153,680,965;
Other Metals: (Zinc,  Iron,  etc.), $16,818,487;  Coal and Coke,'  $199,123,323;
Boilding'Stbn'e/ Brick.  Cement, etc.,  $29,991,757; Miscellaneous Minerals, .etc.,
$785,918; making its Mineral Production to the .end of 1919 show an
;       Aggregate Va?ue of $670,649,894
Productionfor? Year Ending December, 1919, $33296,313
The  Mining ..Laws of this Province are more, liberal and the fees lower        . ; "
than those oflany other Provincei in the Dominion, orany eblony: in the British:  \
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Mineral locations aregranted to discoverers for .'nominal lees.:'.-; ."".;'���--��� -������"-���������'
:-;.-;-   Absolute Titles are obtained  by deyeldping: such properties, the security
of whicliMs guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Fall iaformatibn, together with mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained.
,.--;-'..-.;   gratia by addressing���...
; THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES
VICTORIA; British Columbia.
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