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OLDEST   MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXVI.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 15,  1920.
No. 40
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and attractive by fillinjr it with some
of our choice and elegant'Furniture. Carpets and Pictures.
Use our Crockery, Granite and Tinware in your kitchens
.and dining rooms
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupledwith a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28.
GREENWOOD, B.C.
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Order Your Garden
Seeds Now
Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
"STORE OF QUALITY"
We carry a large line of
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
GROCERIES
AND
HARDWARE
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
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Independent Meat  Market
GREENWOOD, B.C.
BEEF, VEAL, PORK, POULTRY and FISH
HAM. BACON, ETC
Phone 5
MEYER & WILLIAMS,
Proprietors.
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Laco Tungsten Lamps
15 to" 60 Watt Lamps���50c each.
100 Watt Lamps���$1,25 each.
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts
100    �����
200 '��
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$1.25 each
2.00 "�����
3.50 ���"���
Batteries Charged Repaired and Stored for Winter
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
WHEN IN NELSON CALL AT
MEAGHER & Co., 511 Eakear St.
For High Class Dry Goods, and Ladies Ready to
Wears and Millinery
We: Always  Show  The  Newest  First
MAIL  ORDERS  A SPECIALTY
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Tastymeals and comfortable rooms.    Meals served afe.any time.'
Sample rooms for drummers.    Soft drinks, cigars and.cigarettes.
7 v Pool hall in connection.; :.    X; XX  7,
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FARMERS
MAKE your banker your finan-
. advisor. Let him help you
to shape your affairs so that he
will be warranted ih giving you
ample credit to operate your farm
efficiently. Our aim is to assist
you in every way possible.
THE CANADIAN BANK
PAIEMJP CAPITAL      -V-7      $15,000,000
.RESERVE S^D;;V >,.:,' ; ���' v X X $15,000,000
"GREENWOOD ;BRANCHi,K.: fe Brawders/ Manager:-
I BUY AND SELL ANY MINING
OR INDUSTRIAI/STOCK- LIST-
7 ED ON ANY EXCHANGE.
I   WILL   BUY   ANY   AMOUNT
OF ANY   ISSUE OF   THE   DOMINION   OF    CANADA   WAR
LOAN
D. ST. DENIS v
P.O. Box 1102      -      Nelson, B.C
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Best prices paid for raw furs
G.  GLASER
Manufacturing Furrier
.     Guaranteed High Class Furs,
Nice selection Jcept in stock and made to
order from selected skins
Customer's furs made up.   Remodeled
and repaired
Skins dressed and mounted at
reasonable prices
416 Ward Street Nelson, B.C.
J, R. MORGAN
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
Horses,  Cattle, Etc.
BAKER STREET,
NELSON
JONH   DUNLOP   OO.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES v
421 Baker Street
NELSON.    B. C.
Stocks. Bonds. Notes and Debentures.
CUT  GLASS  SILVERWARE
and JEWELLERY
���.In Great Variety.
Suitable For Presents
Approbation parcels bf any line of my
goods sent upon request. .-
Watch repairing attended to iii a prompt
���        and'efficient manner.   7
TIMBERLAKE, SON & CO.
GRAND FORKS, B.Ci   Z
Kodaks,-full line of Films
and Supplies at v
Store
HMcKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer ini
Orders Promptly; Filled
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T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
~ PRESSED AND REPAIRED ;;
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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���The Day Light Saving Bill will
riot be considered in the Federal
House, this .session. "77; Xy  _���'.. -.-; ���;.,.���';-x
\ 7Get your/job. printing at -1 he
Ledg?;7 before-'the; paper .��s7:.all
gone; ..';"'"-"-'_.['-. ���'-. ,v\'7;7V'v ������-;���'-,
Old lumber is being shipped
from Phoenix to Calgary.
Chas. McArthur, of Trail, was
in the city for the week-end,
Mrs. Herbert Holmes of Beaverdell, was in town on Saturday.
D. R. McElmon, watchmaker
and Jeweller, Greenwood,   B.   C.
For Sale-���1 Ford Car, apply
to G. A. Rendell, Greeuwood,
B.C.���
Miss Esther Swanson. of
Princeton, is visiting friends in
town. ,  ,
Mrs. John Mulligan, of Phoenix, is visiting friends in Spokane.
Dr. L. F. Tepooiten has purchased I. A. Spinks' residence in
Grand Forks.
The Dominion~h6tel furniture
is being shipped from Phoenix to
Grand Forks.
Mrs. M. Harris has returned
from Trail, where she was visiting Mrs. G. Pond. ������   " :
J. H. Goodeve has put up a
new awning in front of his drug
and stationery store.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clerf and
son Lewis, returned on Thursday
last from Chilliwack.
Orders taken for flower ���aud
vegetable plants, shrubs, etc.
G. A. Rendell, Greenwood.
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Rev. Father Coccola is temporarily in charge of the Grand
Forks Catholic church.
Fresh Cream cheese, sausages,
kippered herring, salmon and
sable cod at Rendell's Store.
;vHarry. Royce.left- on Sunday to
join the working force of .'the
Sullivan mine at Kimberley.    ;
Capt. George Swayne, who has
been ill for,some weeks', past, is
showing great improvement.
.The City of Trail will adopt
daylight saving, which will probably go into effect on April 16th.
In stock-Royal Household-flour,
wheat, shorts, oats"; cracked corn
and chick food.    G.A.. Rendell.
The I. OZ D. Ei, of Grand
Forks, have placed. flags in each
room of the public school in that
city.   -   ���"'.-/ 7 _-;. ������ -... ;'-   ��� _ ���      x.Z
;' We have received  a   new ship-,
ment of English, prints,   flannel-,
ettes, pillow casing and cambrics:
G. A. Rendell. 7   ;'      -;:'.'-:, -'-;."''
Herb Bryant, of Grajid..Forks,
was visiting;his parents,-. Mr. and.
Mrs.; Lewis: Bryant,   for, a  few.
day's this week. ��� ',;. ���'���7:   ;.i; '.;'.
���'-' James Cairns^ who has a ranch
near Eholt,., has left"for-;Kimber-
.ley, where .he will be employed at.
the Sullivan mine. .7 ;.:    -.
;. Mr., and Mrs. -H. R. 7p.loriitner
are .in .the city froni. Allenby...Mr.
Plpmmer is here on business, in
connection with the smelter.
See thesamplesi of the la.tcst.in"
wall papers before, you "renovate
your-house this spring.. Orders
taken at Goodeve Drug Store,   ,
StT^. Jude's' W. A;" will hold.a
Card Party in the .Guild Hall, on
Friday,. April 16th, at .8 p.;m.
Refreshments.    Admission 25cts.
The steel on the Great Northern railway line to Phoenix, will
be lifted as soon as weather conditions are favorable to do the
work.
Rev. Gordon Tanner of Grand
Forks, will hold a Lantern Service in the Methodist church.
Greenwood, (tonight), Thursday,
April 15.. X.
Ross Wood, .of the Bank of
Montreal staff, left for Nelson.on
Friday, where; he will relieve a
member of the ..Bank of Montreal
staff whoj7is ill.in that city.;; ;-������;;
X'i'Eit.Iij'.', Steves,, bf.';;;Westbjidge,;
js able;to-be .around with the =aid
of a-:cratchV; after being: in the
Grand Forks hospital; for several
.months, with an injured leg; -,���;
More Liquor Confiscated
The Washington thirst is becoming very general these days, judging from the amount of liquor fehat
is being seized along the Boundary line. Last week a consignment of the wet goods were located
in an auto north of Oroville, and
the driver of bhe car was summoned
to appear in courfe. On Saturday,
April 10th, George R. Hurlbert,
the driver, an American, appeared
before James Kerr, J. P., at
Osoyoos, on information from J.
A.. Fraser, chief of the provincial
police. The accused was found
guilty and fined $100 or 2 month's
in jail.  The liquor was confiscated.
Praises British Columbia
At the mining convention held
in Seattle, Wash., lasfe week,
Emmet D. Boyle, governor of the
State of Nevada, was ih attendance
and in the course of an address he
bid welcome to the Canadians, as
follows: "And I love British Columbia,"' he said. "Often my
mind turns back-to boyhood days
in"the Kootenays. For I was 19
years old when I left my old home
to go north feo British Columbia to
make good."
This was greeted with much applause from the section in the hall
occupied by British Columbia delegates.
"And when I struck your
country," went on the governor,
"I was broke. So I went to a
section foreman on the C.P.R and
got work; I made a firBt-class
section hand for'six months���fche
happiest days of my life."
At this point,the whole house
applauded fehe speaker. Ife tickled
all the mining men. For it is
stated that the biggest mining men
who attended the convention . were
men who came up from the hard
pan���men who have had a speaking acquaintance with the pick and
shovel at some time in their career.
"And-then I went to-Rossland
camp. Rossland was a busy cifey^
then and- ;I. persuaded Mr. Pat
Stewart to put me to, work at the
LeRoi."'-'..      ���'',.' Xi i
"At first.I carried a chain at the
Le Roi and:later they lefeme run
a level and I; was the happiest British Columbian yoa ever'saw."
A Leak in the Luggage
7\Ve express our sincere;sympathy
witli one of our local readers, who
last7^66^.103^ his luggage while on
a.short journey north.,-, We wonld
suggesfe.that in future he inspect
the cork and,see that ife is absolutely sccUre.���Ex.    ;._���"".'."""' -;;; y"
Matrimony is very unlike the
penitentiary.; 'You are sentenced
for-life; but get; released 7 for bad
behavior. - :-'"   7.
Mrs. J. A. .Fraser . and family
haye. returned to. town, from
spending the holidays in Nelson.
Mr. McKinnon. who has been
in charge of the Midway and
Greenwood Presbyterian churches
for some months' past, has left
for his home iu Ottawa. Mr.
McKinnon is an elder in a Presbyterian, church in Ottawa and
each year comes west to help
with work of the church.
J..M. Ewing, of North.Vancouver,, won the British Columbia
major chess championship for the
year in the tournament held durr.
ing the Easter 7.hqlidays; in -Vic-.
toria, and .willVhold the Brown
shield until next year's 7tourria-
tourhament.- At one\titne .Mr:'
Ewing :.wa�� principal, of. the
Greenwood Central, school.  :.;
Western Float!
Kelowna and Penticton want a
new post office building.
The New Oroville Hotel, Oroville, wbb destroyed by fire on
April 2.
W. J. Armstrong, a pioneer of
the Okanagan, died in Vernon lasfe
month.
J. Nicholas, wife and family,
have left Trail to make their home
in China.
A number of Danish dairy and
farm workers will settle in British
Columbia.
Within the lasfe two or three
months, three hotels have opened
in Merritt.
Children who are not vaccinated
are not allowed to attend the public school in Penticton.
Thornton Fell, K.C., the veteran
clerk of the B. C. Legislature, died
laBt month. The present session
was his forty-third in the service
of the province. o
O. H. Carle's green house at
Keremeos contains aboufe a million
tomato plants, according to a report from that poinfe.
A new dock will be built at
Stewart. When completed steamers will be able feo land there at
any poinfe of the tide.
For the first time in the history
of Rossland, it iB stated, a couple
of curling games were played in
thafe city on April 2nd.
Four prominent residents of
Chesaw, wash., were fined 8100
each last moDth for having liquor
illegally in their possession.
James Chapman, an old and
well-known pioneer of the Nicola
valley, died at - Ltfwer Nicola/ last
week, at the age of 84 years.
All schools in the province of
Alberta are to be furnished with a
Union Jack by. the department of
Education. B; C. should" do likewise.   - /.
Two months hard labor was imposed upon, a man. named Foster
fehe other, day, who was found
guilty of stealing a suit of clothes,
in Hedley.
Th9 meeting; of . the Kootenay
and Boundary Teachers' Association in Cranbrook laBt week was
a great success,' The next meeting
will be held in Nelson.
The Harmon  Bros,. tvyo of the
oldest settlers in.the. Voghfe valleyy
both, over 70 years bf age, who have
resided ih Merrifefe' for .."some years,
died in Vancouver, last nionth.;'   ���
'������;. There were more strikes,.,.labor
disputes, and . general , industrial
turmoil, with consequent.time lost
in. Canada; during 1919,'tlian in any
other year of the country I s '-history,      'y-   ' ���'.-   \'X Xy XX'y- :;x y
Tn the State of 7Washington'.the
number of peopled, arrested, for havr
ing;bqoze illegally in their possession, has . greatly increased,; since
liquor; has been allowed to come
intojB; C.. from ofeher proyiuces.   .-
���The" provincial, government is
making arrangements for a loan.of
83,000,000 for the purpose of corn-
mencing active and7 immediate
work on establishing. the British
Columbia University,?at its permanent home afe Point Grey.,
Thursday, April 1, marked the
passing into history of the official
name. "Canadian Expeditionery
Force:" On Wednesday the transfer of all the remaining units under
that designation to the permanent
military forces was completed and
all that now remains is a glorious
tradition of five and a half years'
splendid- service.. The Canadian:
Expeditionary Force had i^s birth
early in August 1914, when the
order-in-eouncil authorizing the
raising of the battalion that trained
at Valcartier; was. issued;, Since
that time more than half:a.million
men were on its- strength. 7 Only a.
few;men remained oh- the ^strength
when, the order was- given to turn
the remaining nnits 7 into"' the permanent force. : 7 - 7;
Mining News
A compressor will be installed
on the Spider group in fche Salmon
River district.
J. D. Galloway who was in the
employ of provincial government
before going to Mexico, will return
to B. C. and agfain join the service
of the province and locate at Hazelton. Mr. Galloway has been in
poor health since he went South.
The Consolidated Mining &
Smelting company received 4588
tons of ore in the first seven days
of this month at its smelter in
Trail. Of this amount the Sullivan at Kimberley is credited with
4183 tons.
Fluorite concentrates are now
being shipped from the Rock
Candy mill of Consolidated Mining
& Smelting Co. afe Lynch Creek.
Last week shipments were made to
the Canadian Steel Works at Hamilton, Ont. The bulk of the concentrates have been going to Garry,
Indiana.
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A report from Dawson says:
The Copper King mine near Whifeehorse bave shipped 1800 tons of
copper ore this winter. The Venus
mine is starting operations this
spring. The noted Engineer gold
mine on Winday Arm is reported
as bonded by eastern American
capitalists.
Canada's coal bill with fehe
United States last year reached.the
sum of 870,603,002 for a total tonnage of 2J.,411,813 tons, according
to a return tabled in the House of
Commons, Ottawa, recently, by
Hon. A. L. Sifton, Secretary of
State. Canada's 1919 .exports of
coal were valued at 810,380,186,
and her total production was 13,-
670;300 tons, r ''.��    ��� ' >7 ".   ;^.}-
The Silversmith mines has
assembled a crew for the operation
of its, concentration mill and is
awaiting-a flow of water in fehe
creek, by which power is generated,
says a report from Sandon. "More
show has fallen, and a flow, of
water is expected, when ever feha
warm weather sefes in. Oscar V.
White, superintendent, states that
the production of concentrates will
begin soon after the mill, is Bfearfeed.
Ralph   Noresson   has   sold   the
Crowned King and the Crowned
Queen  mineral  claims' on   Front.
creek in the Kootenay  to  Charles
Hanson  and . W.    H.   Rbomberg.
The deal was a cash one -sad was-;
pufe through by. -. F. Z Ai.   Starkey of
Nelson.,   Some development work,
has been  done .on this property,-
when .85,000"7was "spent."-  It is a
gold proposition/  'The hew owners
intend to operate. th|3 group daring
the slimmer.;";.-'7  ,./".-v-/"",,''7'
-There"is a boom on in the Stew.-
art    River districfe   of  the  north. -
Reports from that camp state there   .
are\2000 people  on   the' .ground
waifeing for the.snow  tp'7disappear .
'so,..'that they . can ; dig'   oufe;  the  ��
supposed.easily mined high.grade,
silver.    The'Stevvarfe.camp is Bim-j
il.ar  to .other  mining  sections   iu'";���-'"
B.C. and "these7 wealth seekers \vili.;
find out that, to be .able  to  get an! '"���'
abundance of. the white metal they ���';.
will have,;to use' :a7 stronger force- v
than, a pick and shovel., .. "*���
'An impprtanfe, strike has been
made, on- the."Kaaba .mine, near
Chopaka, which shipped 41 tons of
concentrates to the. Trail. smelfeer
daring January. Tlie strike ;"was
made on the 300-foot level; "and a 7
14-iuch ledge of high grade ore was
encountered that runs parallel with
the larger ledge pn which a shaffe
has been.sank; The strike is con��
sidered important as not only acfr
ding materially to the quantity of.
ore in sight but also on account of
the greatly improved values in the
ore..    ��� . ���;    ".":;; y\��� X' ��� ���'���-  -"
;:   ;Some;Optimist
.  .Bill-^-He's an optinaist, all right.'
7;'Jill���-What do you mean?
,'. "Why be picks his teeth on a^
empty stomach.���Ex. -���'".:';     7 &
THE     LF/DftE.     (T^w.NWOOT).     R
G.
to have the bowels move. It is
more important to persuade liver,
kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in
harmony and against self-poisoning. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon
all organs concerned in food-digestion and
v/aste-elimination; they remove causes
as well as relieve symptoms.
What One Farmer Did     For Decreasing Armaments
Hoy/ A Kansas Fanner- Solved The -Benefit   Relationship   Between U. S.
Labor Problem j And Britain By Disarming
A farmer in Kansas, J. S. Brown, \ Discussing the American presiden-
of Mulvane, faced with the imposst-' tial situation and its possible effect
bility of obtaining hired help, decided  on  the relationship
Indians Seeking Rights
Indians of East and West Decide To
Stand by One Another .
An informal meeting was recently
held in Ottawa of representatives of;
the various  influential bodies  of  In-,
Worth a Guinea a bo;:.   _
Sold everywhere in Canada. In boxes, 25c, SOc.
to solve the problem in another way.
He advertised that his farm produced morc, than $4,000 last year, that
it was only three miLs out of town,
and-that he would rent it on a "fifty-
Heal  Seville
Orange
Marmalade
All Orange and Sugar���
No camouflage.
Boiled uith care in SilverPani.
*��K rouR crtoctn ron it.
fifty" basis, hc furnish the farm and  papcr sayS) "America revolted against
equipment and the tenant,and his wife ithe   treaty  her   reprCsentatives     had
to do the work.    The-.result, we arc "iiCiped t0 draftj and llndCr the influ-
told, was astonishing.   Beforc his next  Cncc of that emotion resolved not to
morning   chores   were   done,  hc   vvas  mcreiy maintain her detachment from
called to the telephone by long dis- Europe) but. t0 arra herself potentially
tance.   The first applicant, in person, 'ag;^st Europe,
appeared before breakfast was   over. !
From tliat  timc on  prospective  tenants came in "flocks and droves," on
every train, and in evcry sort ot vehicle, wanting to know more of his
proposition.    Evcry walk of lifc was
represented,   many   willing   to leave
'good jobs in the city to take a chance
on the farm.
Conductors
between Great
Britain and the United States, the j
London Daily News, under the cap-;dians in Canada. Thc delega"s were
tion "America and Arms," refers to : representative of the Council of the
the reaction from war in the United g;x Nations of Brantford and. of the
States- ���     , (allied    tribes    of    British    Columbia.
"Rightly or   wrongly,
the    news-
'Whilst no resolutions wcrc passed it
was decided to stand by one another
in thc interests of thcir rights and privileges,  whilst  a  proposal   to   establish  a general  Canadian   Indian alliance was favorably received,
j    Thc    principal    subjects    discussed
.    'were (1) the pending bill beforc par-
|    "Nothing will bring the two hemis- liamcnt proposing compulsory enfran-
pheres together more rapidly than a " chisement of Indians; (2) The wrongs
demonstration  from  this sidc of the
Atlantic of a sincere resolution to
disarm. ' Nothing could be more beneficial to Anglo-American relations
than an invitation, extended morc than
once, by Walter Hume Long, speak-
BAR U AND NAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS
The largest stud ot,the Pure-bred Percherons in the World. The fi. jt Percheron-
breeding Farm Established m Canada.' The only firm on the American continent
from which British horsemen have selected Percheron breeding stocK to establish
studs in Britain.
Do not let the British breeders come to Canada and carry off all our best foun-
dation stock. Do not be satisfied witH the cheap cull stallions brought in by irresponsible dealers and stallion pediars from the United States, when you can buy the
best individuals of the best breeding raised right here in Alberta by men that have
been in the breedina business for 25 years, and expect to remain in the business
We have seventy-four head oi Pure-bred Percheron Stallions ot our own breeding, now
on hand to select from. You can see their sires and dams, and if you cannot choose
one from the lot to suit you we will give you every assistance in our pjwer. Write
for prices or come to Calgary Alberta, and we will meet you and show you the stock
at any time.���AdjJfcess:
GEORGE LANE (Desk B.)f CALGARY, ALBERTA
from
ing officially as first lord of thc ad-
crease  thcm."
on    thc    trains    irom  niiraltyf for compiclion wiUi America,
Wichita,   reported a  record     Sunday  not ,Q inci.casc   iirmanlcnts> but to de-
busincss to Mulvane,    Long distance
calls  from  Wichita  were handled  in i
relays   of   seven.     Mulvane   was   full i
of autos all day.    The long distance '
telephone calls totalled more than 100,,
mail applications wcrc uncounted, and
morc than 250 callers in person were
FOR SPRING USE
HORSES      COUGHING?       USE
Spobn's Distemper Compound
unrest of tlic people," comments our
correspondent. "There is a lot of
folks who evidently hanker aftcr thc
to -break   it   up   and   get   thcm   back   in   condition.     Twenty-sis
years'  usc  lias  made "Spohn's"  indispensable  in  treating  Co--ghs  j        "   ' -"" J    ���   ���������    ���- |
and   Colds,  Influenza and   Distemper,  with  their resulting  coniph- j agricultural  life,   and   the   reason   that
cations,  and   all   diseases   of   the   throat,   nose   and   lungs.        Acts '
marvelousiy   as  a  preventive,  acts  equally  well as  a  cure.
of  your druggist.
SPOHN   MEDICAL   COMPANY,
Goshen.   Ind.,   U.S.A
panis
uenza
The Liniment that Cures  All
Ailments���
THE  OLD  RELIABLE  ��� Try It
MINARD'S  LINIMENT  CO.,  LTD.,
Yarmouth,   N.S.
MONEY ORDERS
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DOG    DISEASES
and  How  to  Feed
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New  York.  U.S.A.   ���
From Saskatchewan
To Far Off Texas
turned    away   -disappointed.      "One i 	
thing  shown   by   the  incident is   thc  Harsh Purgatives Should Be Avoided
���A Tonic Will Restore '
Your Energy
Not exactly sick but not feeling
quite well. That is the way_ thousands of people feel in the spring. It
is a sign that the trying indoor life
of winter lias left its mark upon you.
Easily tired, , appetite fickle,' sometimes headaches and a feeling of
depression.   Pimples or eruptions may
of the British-Columbia Indians, aris
ing from tire complete denial of that
province of any land rights or other
tribal rights whatsover to them. The
bill is now before the House of Com-1
mons, by which it is proposed to carry into effect the agreement regarding reserves entered into between
the two governments in the year 1912,
���yvhich was based upon the assumption
that the Indian tribes of British Columbia have no land rights; (3) the
interesting historical claim of thc Six
Nations to the government of their
own internal affairs.    The conference
The only breed of draft horses ever shipped back to England from
Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons. '
The greatest breed of draft horses in North America are Percherons.
The safest investment in draft horses today is Percherons.
A profit to own���A pleasure to handle.
You will make no mistake in your horse breeding'this year if you use
sa Percheron. sire.
WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE
Let us put you in touch with the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.
Mention this paper when writing.
The   Canadian   Percheron   Horse-breeders' Association
William H. Willson, Secretary (DeskA), Calgary, Alberta
^
The Bravest Deed
Lieut. Gray Awarded Gold Medal by
British Royal Humane
Society
WANTMORt PEANUT AND
OLIVE SANDWICHES.
The gold medal of the British Royal
is to be continued and is expected to Humane Society for 1919 was recent-
be of benefit to all Indians in Canada. My awarded  to  Lieut.  Aubrey A.  D.
Gray, R.N. This society awards silver
Demand for ,,Good Horses
Half   pound   Fowler's    Wantmore
Peanut    Butter,    onc    dozen    olives,
j stoned and minced, season with lemon
juice. Be surjguul usc Fowler's Want-
more Peanut Butter, as no other peanut butter will make them as good.
Buy the farmer is having so much tnoublc
in getting help is that he not putting
it up to the people in the right way.
It the farmer will arrange to take his
helpers in on some partnership basis
rather than as a mere hired man, it
will be possible to get plenty of help,
beyond a doubt."
Sires At This Season Are A Community Need
You  should   co-operate   with  your
neighbors in order   that   some   good
Saskatchewan Butter Meets With Favor in the United States
1 Within thc last two weeks three carloads of butter have been forwarded
to points in the United States from
Saskatchewan. Two cars were sent
from the North Battlcford Creamery
to Texas, and one from the Saskatoon
Canada to Prosper
appear on the skin, or there may bc | sires may  be brought in by  private
twinges  of rheumatism1 or ncurfc'gia.1      t;        r j       d b f     ��� t,     brccding
Any of these indicate that the blood j
is out of order, and these symptoms | season opens.   Because:
may easily develop into more serious
trouble. '
_ Do not dose  yourself with purga
lives  as  so  many people do,  in' the
hope   that   you   can   put   your  blood
right.   Purgatives gallop through the
system and weaken instead of giving
! strength.       Any doctor will tell you
is' that this is true.    What you need in
the spring is  a tonic that will build'
up the blood and nerves.    Dr. Willi
1. Thc demand and price for good
horses and mules is 'increasing in cities. N\
2. Farm demand is improving.
3. There is a shortage of good horses and mules of all kinds.
City trade is improving, because
transportation users of all kinds have
A en/e, reliable repu/aUng
meiticine. Sold in tkreo do*
eroes of ��trcnuth��� No. J, Jl|
No. 2, $3; No. 3, 55 per box.
Sold by nil drufsiats, or eon*
�� repaid on receipt of pric*.
rca pamphlet. AddreDt]
THE COOK MEDICINE CO4
IQaOHIO, QHY. 'JtiBiilj WledKr.J
discovered after years of experience
,     ,,      -  .that horses   furnish   the  cheapest  of friend's safety.   Without hesitation hc
Iht S1^^S���! LS!^'Z^;^ sourccs of powcr on short hall,s-!dropped back into the water and swam
the appetite aud makes tired depres-  .-.     ...    n v: ���!���..���   ���,.���,.:j������4. ���r . . ...
scd men", women and .children bright,, ^ -this Harry 0Vickera, piesidcnt of :awayi   wlth .very, little   hope   or   ex-
active and strong. ��� As an example oT"16 Fuel Cartage Company of Clnca-0 pectation of being picked up.    Somc
go, says: ��� t;me iater he was rescued by. ���a-Ger-
"Thcre is work today that the horse nian destroyer, just as he was about
cannot do���long distance hauling with jt0 sink from exhaustion. Lord Syd-
rapid transportation��� but the motor |cnham, in awarding the medal to
can never take the place of thc horse, I L;eut Gray said that the decision of
the society was unanimous.
the value of these pil's we give thc
statement of Mrs. S. McBurnie. Tala-
magouche, N.S., who says:���"I have
good reason to sneak in the highest
terms of Dr. Wil'iams Pink Pills.    I
.Dominion Growth ' ���
-It' cannot' be too  clearly . realized
that-the tremendous help'which'the
���British'nations overseas" haye; afford
cd ithc-Allied
"so" far from making
-"ation of'Impcrial policy,fhas given to
the separate members ,of - the. British
'Commonwealth "- such "a title'.as- they
have never beforc had to decide their
own destinies.'-.,-That-title'.is suitably.
. recognised", ih their.'individual signa-
""turcsj to tlie Peace Treaty and in- their
representation on*the- assembly-, of: the
; League ��� of :Na'ti6ns.'-" --; ��� Manchcstcr:
- Guardian;.' ���.-   ."���   y'���'���'��� X   .7 '-���'..7 ...,.-   ,
yX-r.y-y \"''.\ ,'Consokd'7":'. .,, .."-
-". She,lay in his ."arms'.and7 snuggled
���7; her'head against, hi'stieck..-,". '.- '. ."'.,a
.'- rush*1 of--emotion "surged"^through :h'er
,-',-.-. . ^-tenderly he-caressed her
and -she "dosed-her.eyes in delight." "
��� ''Poor-'kitty..-' Did I-.step on. your
.. tahrV- ���;���;'.'.' xyi ��������� ���-.-'""���' ���.-.':. '-x
Europe Needs All the Produce Canada Can Create
"If   the    international-   position
rightly handled and adjusted, the future of Canada will be come a bright, ams  pjnk pj]ls  can   do  this speedily
creamery to Chicago.   The returns for one," said Sir George  Paish, famous  and surely.      This medicine enriches
this butter are in excess of what can  British economist, recently.    "Europe
be secured in  Saskatchewan;  that  is|needs, and will continue to need, all
63 cents a pound,  which  the  cream- the produce Canada can create.    The
ery charges to the retailers, and which  war has meant a definite and perman-
is sold at 75 cents a pound over the  ent reduction in  Europe's power    to
counter.     With   the   exchange,   as   it produce  cereals.    There  is  no coun-
is higher prices are realized for Sas- try in the world better equipped and
katchewan butter across the line, and better situated to supply the deficien-  was badly run down, failing in weight
the-province is getting one of. the best cy.lhan  Canada.    How  long  it- will., a"c-  suffering'from, dizzy spells- and because the horse can"*do the \v��if. o.,
advertisements".possible from'tliis-pro-, take for-"F#ssia to. again become an ' wc^k"��s-    In fact my condition .-was |Sl10rt-hauls just as. ."rapidly "and .-at a
,..-,-      '-    , V -.  ! -i   ���   tc     ,'        -���     -.   -   ,        "   -such that I. was hardly ab'c to do my , - ,-   -   .    , oc -.    '-.��'������      y      *t
duct;  which  has  ousted  home  proa- .exporter of food on a great scale can-  housework.'.   A  friend advised- mo' to' nc - c-��?        "-to 41) cents on-the
ucts. - . ���..,.'.'- !-not be-determined,; but several years', i try Dr. Williams Pink Pills,, and after j dollar,  consequently-we .never ."allow.
'.The creameries officials stated'that at any rate, must elapse-before there  usmg,-several  boxes. there was a n'oT- a, truck -to displace a team.    Wc will
the company was' not making a prac- are any large supplies of Russian food  -llc.c.:i"lc  improvement.
���ticc ; -,'o��    shipping butter
province/except tlic ' surplus' produc- . liuropc.: Again,.owing to the war, thc  my-old timc .health and streiYgtl;
tioni:' From-timc   to   time," how ever, ability iof Europe" to produce food has. was able- to- do _ my housework "with-1 can do,.-It would  be "like, having-a t
dollar ancl throwing away 40 -cents." j
.   Of the. farm demand, W.. S. C'orsa j
says: "Farmers are-determined;   bid:'
ders in country'sales, and prices -for
good horses have gone. $35' a head in
the last-thirty days,"while mules" arc
bringing from $800 to $1,000 -a pair."
Of. the shortage, W. .Y. McCrcavy,
of. the. McCreay'y.-Transfer Company,
Minneapolis, says:"-"What"we teaming
contractors want is good horses.. Wc
'don't -want '.scrubs- light of weight, iri,-
capablc'of hard'' work,. ahd -selling
cheap. ..We want   horses   that   will
'wciglij 1,70.0 pounds .or more and wc
A team-
medals in specially meritorious cases
and then, at the end of the ycar sc-J QoQk'g Cfoff��! Root COfflpOtiftf*
lects from the list the most gallant
of those cases for the bestowal of the
gold medal for what is. described as
thc bravest deed of,the ycar.
During a sea action in December of
1917, Lieut. Gray jumped overboard
in a heavy sea to help Lieut Walters,
who was exhausted, and who had been
swept from thc deck. Grey was himself badly wounded in the leg but in
spite of that he swam with Walters
for more than a quarter of a mile and
finally suceeded in placing him on a
raft. The waves were high and the
cold was intense. The raft was awash
and would only hold one man.
After' Grey had succeeded in plac-
ing Walters upon it he discovered that I ghe tyearg Nothing
his added weight would cndaitger his
Sp E fUl Y, . CHEHI?-*: r St'A-CKf:-
*���<   Stlt A Wa&RR'Tr^jR EA'C HI
E,   L:EM.t)| N   fi E"E RJi'f'A MB'
ffAP.RtCOTte^S^ERRY.^NJr;
TftAWBE^sxr<;Ream y ��� ft*-.
Faded and Shabby
But "Diamond Dyes"? Her Old Apparel Fresh and New   ,
I Minard's Linimeht Cures Dandruff
.....& .. ...^   ���.^ ...^ .���.6. ���..t . ^. ������.,. ���^      .-      ,.      .���    , ' J. continued" buy a  truck .to^-ido" the work  that a
���-out-.df.the available, .for  the" other  countries  of  ^d^ound^tSt  T^?dmfulV���US^h��rse ""^'^  but "We don'f.cnd
?lus--pr'oduc-. Europe., Again,.owing to the war, thc  my-old timc .health and streiigrii and.a truck, to do the work.that a horse
ie," however, "abi'.ityof Europe'to produce food has. was able-to'-do my housework "with-
3 overseas haye. attord-,th    "v>Tere. cnte-ring other markets to-been'reduced, and'in consequence of  ��?} /ccling weak and worn  out as  I
cause in the late war,   '���-���--    ' ���,  ���   t   -.     .,   ���-  o    1   . ti        '   -.   '��   "    V    '-"--       - 1 '   idid before 1 began using-the pills.
���.-.-      ,     it   ���     v   ,-- ���-get an idea how    the    Saskatchewan, its loss of man-power production can-,     DY-"Williimi Pink Pills r-m Iir. oK
aking for the centrahz--     -,   - - .��� .,,- -   .-  ���������,-      -   r .,.--, ,      -    ���,-...        t-,-      . i-��r.  \\ imams i-hik 1 111s can do-00-
.... . . ... _   ���    ���b
product-  compares  "with, thc   best pf- not easily be made good; . .'. ,' Tlie  taincd   from   atiy  dealer  in'"medicine
other, lands,'and in   every   case-   thc great amount of railway construction ' or -by mail, af 50 cents a box or six-
company;- lias. learned that -Saskatche- jih Canada; in" the years  prior to; the". tox"e? for $2.50 from The Dr. Wi'.H-
wan biittcr stands -at the "top. ���.,'. \-I'war has.already prepared the" way for
���"'It/is thc intention iof the-officials to great expansions .in Canadian pppula-
rcdouble"-. their ^efforts' to get  Saskat- 'tion and. in; Canadian production, ahdi
chewari-farmers to. produce more milk.'I ' anticipate  that, the ��� expansion ;;wi.ll..
and cream, for "tlicy. averred.tliat; they- be .far greater than even" the most .op
could '-'dispose -of 'a. carload .ofi-buttcr ;timistic-;imagine."   \ ' ..'    ,-XyX...
.every .day on the Chicago, mar,ket7-if.
7" Her;Mistake
She "(soulfully).-���Our spirits- arc in
harmony. I can sense, an aura about
you���1.- -   .'    ���  i'X: ���'      -
He.���That isn't aii aura, lady;.that
is hair' tonic. - X. .-   ���
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes,," guaranteed to
give a new, rich, fadeless color, to any.
fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,
cotton or mixed goods, ��� dresses,
blouses;- stockings, skirts, children's
coats, feathers, draperies, coverings���
everything? "
- The Direction Book with each package tells how'"to Diamond Dye over
any color.
To match any material; have dealer
show you "Diamond Dye"sColqr Card..
this' was ^available; ";In '.fact,,-it -was
stated; there ;is no limit,to the quantity -which could bc'.'sold '.'.outside the-
province; - -:,' ������"    -' "- ���', ���.'-      '���������-'
Minard's .Liniment
' where. ���;���..-
for ; sale. .ey'e'ry-
Aheht Opportunities
**My Back
Is So Bad*'
pAlNS in the small of the
back,   lumbago,   rheumatism, pain3 in the limbs all tell
of defective.kidneys.
jPoIsona  ��rs, being  left  In  the
blood which cause pains and aches.
Tbe  kidneys,, liver iand  bosrsls
HoW Ybung,Meh H.ivs Eisen'toHigh
���.-.".."-"-: Positiohs.-^Frqm Low.
'������. -"'���' ," 7-���''.'. Estates"' ;: ;;:������. :'-"7, y.
- There are people.who keep- saying'
until they belicyq. it-.thcmsclvics that
tlie time has passed^ when a young
fellow can'begin-at the bottom of a
big corporation and work to the top,
but. it- is still true -that a very large
majority of highly paid executives
have risen -from the ranks. Of a
number of nichi taken from random at
s list- of- rail-way .officials who are-receiving salaries, of fifty thousand, dollars" or more a year, one entered the
service of the. railway-as axeman, another as trainmaster's clerk, another
as a telegraph operator, another as a
fireman, and another as a warehouseman and brakeman. Most of them,
moreover, began railroading while
thcy were stili in their teens. As
many opportunities as ever before are
waiting today for the men who can-
recognize and grasp thcm,.���- Thc
Youth's Companion^       _ ��� ''
DARTING, PiEHCING
7   SCIATIC PAIN;
ams Medicine. Co.," Brockviile;- Onti'
Iron Ore Discovery
Island .in-Hudson   Bay .On;':Which.
' - -., There is 400,000,000 -Tons' .,"i -'
7 Samuel Sainsbury and E;.E. Laduke
claim to- have '. located; an .island  ��� in.
Hudson-Bay on which sthere;is .400,;
000,000 ."tons '.of ��� iron ore" in 7s.ight,7ctt- j are'willing to. pay, for themi
bugli-tp supply" Canada7"for,*a'ceiiturj',f|iHg contractor iin' ���this,;'city paid,'$800
-..-.,. -       as ��'nc' of- the' discoverers said.-, The'' for a- -pair of^.fivc-ycar-olds-yesterday
Giye-way-;before^ tne /penetrating men have' gone40 .llie'discovery.pomtjthat Weighed" 3,200. pounds.-;'-The big
effects7 pf SloanV
'.'Linimeht'1"
":So do tliose rheumatic-twinges and
the loin-aches of- lumbago, ithe-ncrve-
inflammation ",of,'. neuritis, - 'the,-: w.ry
neck, .tlie joint wrcivcli, the iigament
strain,".'and7'the"'
sprain,';thc" muscle
throbbing-bruise., i   v.  "���;-;    '-���;���-.
.���The-..case   of' applj-ing,'. the   quick--
ness'.-b.f   relief,-:'the' positive, .results.  ,T   ,  ���      ...  , ,    ,~    ,.
the clcanlincss.'-'aha'; "the  economy of "?iu.dson; Bay, .and.m. Quebec,
Sloan's Liniment .-make it universally-land, thcy-claim,- is-improperly shown
���cf^rred.-  3.5c,   70c, .^"l.dO.���Made/ in   oii.'the.map.s.- It is Teal-ly.:m"uch" longer-
?)}A. .9IV. riy^7ay}:.fl?-ti..cars._.tpbk^ four'j trouble .is;, that, the farmer, expects i;us
flal-botlWicd"barges/a 4S>foot'.towing \0 pay. high prices for'ai green, horse,
power launch,, speciaily-constriictcd ;fo J'bne .that" is liable -to" distemper arid is.
stand heavy-iscas, - and' -two :7.smalleri,i6t;properly -broke..-' ,.Tiic- buyer.:.of.7
launches.- -Jn.additi.on'they ha;d a car-. J:Such a horsc'.is; taking-ia'bijv chance
load "of -provision,', %yhich , represents" a-fthat' he'll- die "or be. [aid ":up- aud,-' cbii-
t-,vo,years' supply. ;.' -'." ,.--;   .-��� - ;Xjscqu.cntly,.won't:'paiy.ns much for him.
"Thcy, ma'de<-thc- dis^ovpfy': in 'Bel-jGive'us good,, sound, .bigihorsAS vHth.
chcr's "Island,  "oh": the   east ,cqas"t/"-of a little, experience behind -thcin.    We
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
by "LOCAL-APPLICATIONS, as 'tfcey .caa-
not reach tlie scat of the disc&se. Catarrh is
a local disease greatly influenced by ccrn-
s'Jtulioiial cbnditioiis. " HALL'S. CATARK.il
'MKD1C1NE will cure catarrh.'':Tt is" tak< n
internally-ajid.acts-through thc Blood'on tl'.e'
Mu^ous , Surfaces of llic.System. ..HALL'S
CATARRH- MEDICINE "is! composed of
sonle". of the best tonics known, combined
with some of the. best' blood, purifiers.. Tli;
perfect combination of the' ingredients in
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ' is what
produces-such wonderful''results..ill catarrhal
conditions. - . . " -'   .   ;
Drui&ists 7ScV    Testimonials free.
If. J. Cheney" & Co., Props.,..-Toledo, ,Ohio>
Settlers for Alberta
Exchknge.Situatipni is Bringing Much
'.������;' --'   Wealth Toi.Southerh    i. ...
���":,'���'-' --Alberta^ '."i-i'.'. i-i'
- .Fame .of Alberta's .irrigated'; districts
' and the "favorable .'exchange- situation
ini Canada-.for"-Americans7 is .bringing
much'iwcalth to Southern. Alb.erta'says,
a Lethbridge correspondent.;' Farmers
Ontario's New'Election Act .
Hon. E. C. Drury, farmer Premier
of'Ontario, has introduced a new 311-
cction Act-in the Legislaturc'by whioh-
the Province will"in the"future escape
the uncertainty and speculation.con-,
cerning a general election. It sets
a definite date for every four' years.
The -Premier-in'his explanation" said
positivly that the present Legislature
would continue, until -August 1, 1923,
and _ that a general election would be
held - cvery fourth  ycai   thereafter.
This
pre.
Canada.-
Rapid Loading of Vessels
Docks At Duluth Speediest Ore-Loading Piers in the World
than shown, bcing seventy 'miles." long,
with''a fresh  water; lake thirty miles
in  length,--The ���'pair also-claim "that
nearby islands have huge deposits of ���
iron ore. '       .->s  '
���,..-���      .     r-.. ,-., ���   ,--, in thc United Statcs-who, have made
cant get��cuough of them and: thc dc-,-  .. ���..--,.'    -..-   - ���<������    ���    "�� --���;-  '    ,
--  ," -.,, .-       - ���.,;..   "-,---.      ,.   a. comfortable   pile ."are   looking, for
mand-will .never run out." -.-     ,-- - ,-     , -    .--,-        .-->-.  ���   --   ...*.-  -
"������ (iX- ."''   i'i.". 1       -i V    '��'""���' land where they can get a sure crop
���  Clainis of-truck-and.tractor manu-y  ���      ������  - ��� ���/-..-   9... --.-������ -    *.
f-aclurcrs  that,'horses .and  mules are
... A Different Matter "
Countryman (to dentist): "I won't
pay anything "extra, for-gas.:-Just yank
her out; if it docs; hurt."
-Dcntistr "You  are plucky,' sir, let
me see the tooth."' ��� 'y'Z.- '������:'-.���
Countryman: "Oh,.._'taint me" that's.
got .the toothache; it's "my .wife, -i She
wiil 'be jhere. in a, minute."
.Pluck 1l6s.es ,-ub time ion- account-OofX
hard ~luck..,- 'i;
'every year, .where, thcy'.do' not have.
Sounding an Asphalt Lake
Difficult On: Account, Of It-Being In
Constant Motion
Somc. remarkable results were obr
Big Land Deal in Saskatchewan
Figures of loading and unloading taincd in the asphalt lake on thc Is-
rccords made at the fastest and larg- land of Trinidad, .where a new low
est shipping docks in thc world have level record of ISO feet, .was reached,
just been announced.' The steamship [The previous record made in 1893 was
N. B. Ream passed through the Duf- fI35 feet. On both occasions the as-
uth ship canal at 11.30 p.m., May 29, plia.lt was found   to-be   of   uniform
destined-, soon to-.'disappear arc very j
properly met -with, the query; "Why;
should-horses and mule's, .which, according to your views,, arc obsolete
and destined t.o spcedydisappearari'cc,
be in' greater demand and tit higher
prices., than, "ever."
The'best thing a farmer cyu flo this
spring is to breed his good niarcs toj
a first-class" stallion.-'
In One Sentence
I only know one thing with absolute certainty," says .General "Von 'Hin-,
to. depend5 611 "wheat, - and' for place
(that will last and Will, not wear out..-;
"It is bccornihg.iwcir knowii throughout-the- United'/States, that the., .irrigated linds. in Southern Alberta, although expensive arc as good '.returns
as tire far famed wheat", lands in" their
own country.. That niorc'attention is
being paid to Southern Alberta's irri-
1 gated lands is well shown-during the.
past few days; by two-sales. ���'
-��� A. farmer from Wyoming has just
paid 130 an acre for irrigated land-at
Coaldalc, Alberta. No.; buildings or
other    improvements were- contained
For Colds, Catarrli or Infiuenzs
and out the'same canal 3 hours arid, character throughout.
45 minutes
gross tori
,      e .        ,     ,.    -        -, dock 55 minutes.   Later in the season! pre _ -    -        .    ,
, A- sale of .tarni land amounting to- the H   D  Williams   took   on.  12,786 lairist the drilling apparatus caused it.;>n a single sentence,
denbiirg,  "and  that is. that the  Ger-,in  this .consideration.   ."In the other
man  people  did  not,desire  the  war, jCa.se,  the. purchaser sold his. land in
the German Kaiser did not desire it, flowa for $450 an acre, exchanged liis
Great difficul-  the government did not desire it, and  money into Canadian currency, which
>s'later with a cargo of 11 880 lies attend any attempt to sound the' tlic general staff certainly did not dc- ,gavc him an added $54 an acre, came
Is of iron or^ She wai at] lake, as it is in constant motion. The sire it." It is seldom that a man- sue- j to Alberta and purchased irrigated
Trin��te<    Later in the season'pressure of thc mass of asphalt ag- ceeds in packing four plain falsehoods  land   at  Coaldale   for  $100  an   acre.
a . fltiartcr; of. a "million -dollars.."was !     ��� ^ Jn 45 nl;hutcs at the dock,  to bend, and thc deflection makes fur-
.   .^c5.H'by ,Cj:^ in  the !ther boring impossible.      After com-.
must b9 aroused to action by such, estate -agent. in: Minneapolis, Mimics-, ^aiyijorL   Still "later "the"!)   G.   Kerr' pletipn df'the test, the hole was ob-
.treatment as' iDri Chase's 'Kidney-",ota, ^representing; aiinumber,6f'lo.wiZ topk ^12jSS9��� gross tons' in"35 min- jservcd7'to'. shift .at the" surface" 25' ft."
iri. six' weeks.1-;-The movement  7 was
shown;to"exist at a depth of from 25
tiver PlllP.
"rhen.'-:.The:lahd is in Saskatchewan in
utesat the dock./ Thisiis the fastest
*   There bVno mrtwfa&s&tofo^ for loadingTevcr made anywhere
-" mixed rfarming'distncts- in." Western-    - '--���-   -   '-    --���-"-- ---���>���-  --   -
yb.6 kidneys gs wrong,^ tor such:de~
irelopaienta as hardening of thg'.ar-'
, ieries.&aa-Brlght'a .dtoeiw.'irs ,tfe��,.
i^atural xpsuttivX-Z-Z-iX. X:Xi
"\fiJB��':pni':*-:fliB��.- ss c9Mi"-*,i ifap2,7 tn
������" Corcat-o.i".-..' ... - ..-'. "
iliiiilii:
Canada";
x.y'X'yXChihnint 13 Right';':' =-,'-:'-"--
7,'What "'sort7:of, ?';w.o'inah -is -.she.r" ;!'-.
'���"���'iCharmingiyl; wa3 7with.;hc.r .fo'r.twd
hotirs.. the "other ;4ay, and: iivall that
time- .she"never. once, mentioned- .the
high "cost" of Jiying or-the flu."i   ;.      --'���
-.-A n.e^-.broom sweeps.
cleafj as k.-'straight,flush.
ilmO��
therh;roiaid,"where.these records were
all, madeV/are recognized as. the sp'eedr
ic'st.ore-loading piers ihi.the world..'- It
is not. unusual :to. load.'a.shipi at:.the;
rate-of 1,000' tpns7in 4 minutes.,'T.he
ship W.-A.:McConagIe and. L. G. Han-;
niunloided cbal at Duluth and ,\VestT
ern and Be.rwind No. 2 docks-at P.u'-'
iitsthy during 'the: past".summer^.at ithe'
rate, o��-l,150van.d ;}~��7Z. tons' ,a.n.-"'hoar/
Th".:='--'a;!so aire-��-orIdrs--records. ..--:/.
"- -t- ���,-; - /.��� '���-. ' ���--" '..- ,"���- -,--���' " ->, -
Thedock's 'at--Duluth#7Missabc,&--Npr- to .507 ft.   -The movement, of the as
phalt is. believed to be similar in many
re'spiectsi'tp,7ihe ascending "and.-- der
scen'ding,'.currents': in ai kettle .-of .foiling .wateriXX "X-i.'.~'Z*X:yX������������ XHX-:. i...'���'
i    She Could If She Would     -
She.���I don't think it Is right to say
woman can't keep a secret.   ���
. He.���What makes you say '.hat...
She;���No woman ever tried.
This man has two sons
Hc has been-watching the development of "the irrigated areas of this
province and has toured them. After
looking over; several districts he was
sure that the irrigrtcd l.and will grow
now just as much as Icwa farm" land
ever grew,; and.it is only,about.one-
fourth, the price.',..-.."'- -a.'."'. '   .���'-:
and girls.-flp.'vs jf piny
��� In Persia: boy
together.''���   '���".
'i .-**���" '-. i
; .'"A" jdonkey .kh.o-v7s;''wIien,-li?'';��a's-had-J ^
enough���rulcss. beibelort^s .to., the two- j
legged'.species: ���   :-  .   '."'. .'"'>:   .'���-.-���'������I
Setti, Mr&ka, Soilies,
HeaJs���Keep your Eyea
Strong aad. Healthy. If
theyTire, Smart, Itch, or
Bum, if Sore, Irritated,
Inflamed or Graaulat-d,
use Murine oftsxii Safe for Icfant or Adult
At all Dn-tgrfsts' in Canada. Write for Free
;���' EyeBor/.-. M':iasOm5*^y,CS!c4g��,U.S.X.
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Willie, .{just, home from School).���I
say/ motheri-whjr vs-as QolJath .surprised, iwhen  David hlty-har.-yvnthi'-'SL
sto'rie?';"."-.-'��� -' -y.."~: ~X:'���._ X ",77',.- = -
.���"\Mother:~I'nrs'ure;I*dpn,-t\knoTft'],.-.,r
,'7\ViJlie .(triumphantly). ~'B.j:caus<;
such. a;. thing had'-.never csitcred-'fiis
; hn.sZi,;beiqrc.i--i.   .".-"'���.   .--.'''.-.'   '*���.'..
'Doyou feel-wesk andunequal to tha.
wprk ahead of you? Do yon still cough 7
& little, or does your nose bother you?
Are yon pale? Is.yonr blood ihlri, and
watei-y-?.. Better put your body Into
shape.   Build strong J
An old, reliable  blood - maker  and
herbal tonic made from wild roots and
barks, la Br. Pierce's Golden  Medical
Discovery.   This "nature remedy"comes
in tablet or liquid form.   It will build up
9%ur body and  protect you from-dl.v
ease gnrmswhlch lurk everywhere.   One
of the active ingredients of this temperance   alterative. and  tonic  Is  wild
cherry bark with-stlllingia, which Is so
good for ��� tho lungs  and for coughs;
also  Oregon grape  root,  blood  root,
stone root, Queen's root,���all skilfully
conbincd In  the   Medical   Discovery.
These roots h&ve adlrect action fin the'
stomach, Improving digestion and asslm'-
lailon. ;-- These herbal- extracts In .the
'���Discovery" aid :in blood-making and .-
are.be3t:for scrofula.'.' By.Improving the.
blood tliey fortify the'body--against, ah .
'Ettack of-grip or. colds.. '���.:'-.;.    ��� ������������ '������'*-./'"""
"-. ..Catarrh should., bo treated, first,' as-"a:",
blood disease, with thlaarteffttiye.-TbeEj;
"la-addition',", the' nose' should-be .weshed.
-dally with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy. -..'-
"> .SendToe; for.trial pkg::of Medical Dis^
ieovcry TsbJeSepr C&tatrbTablets to Dr..
^#ro��rs L*bwaiS��T. ifs14��9Jraflt. Oat.
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THE     LEDGE.     (-JT?^.TT;NWOOD,     B.     0.'
Big Future in Air
J her loosened- hair tumbled about her
naked shoulders, from which the.light
tulle of her gown,had been torn away,
and as Ruggles, sick with dread, drop- Mr. Handley Page Thinks That Can-
ped to the ground at her side, turning j      ada Will Become Great Field
For Aeronautics
Why Some Beef is Dear
A Lesson in A Husband's Lunch And
A Study in Economy
Canadian women can make a marked    reduction   in  the  cost of living
Durum Wheat for Dry Belt
Chat eld Bore cr skin disease of
yours breaks out again? It's because the remedies you have been
using do not get to the root of tho
disease, but remain on the surface.
Try Zam-Buk! It penetrates to the
underlying tissues, destroys all
germs and cures from the "root"
up. Hence0 Zam-Buk cures aro
lasMiiBj.   All dealers, 50c: box.'
over the limp and senseless body, his j
heart-seemed to stop its beating, for!    ��r ���  tt     n      t.        .t.   c -c
the pale moonlight was reflected from I    Mr- Handley Page, the famous Eng-
iRuth.'s pallid face. |l��sh inventor of the adaption of aero- .w;thout aid of law or legislation. The 'possible
!  ..With a choking  gasp,   he   dropped planes   for  bombing  with   the  maxi-'
liis head,   laying   his   ear   upon   her mum 0f effecti gave an address at the
heart.    There  was  a faint pulsation, /-v., ���,!:.,., /-i ,u   n* ��-,-�� 1   ~~    ��i-������
���   i     ���,      ..    i    l_    t      i. i- Canadian Club, Montreal, on      tom-
and  as  he  took  her  head  upon   his ....       ,     ..,,,�����,-��      ,      ,
'knee, he was struck aghast to find that merciahzing the Air.     Mr. Page s ad-
hcr light scarf was    twisted    tightly dress was fyll of humor and also cov-
about her throat and knotted there. It ered a-wide area of facts regarding
To Develop A Variety of Wheat That
Will Yield Returns Under
Dry Conditions
In order to overcome as much as
The Great Burden Bearer
Has Loaned Enormous Sums To Half
A Dozen Countries
Great   Britain    would   have    little
trouble  about  exchange,  if  she  had
the drouth conditions in bornc onJy her own financial share
rnaxt" ' matter is quite individual. It can be the southwestern portion of Saskatch- jn the war instead of financing all-of
great or little, just as' the housewife ewan, and introduce a variety of Europe. Think of this record: $2,800,-
chooses. Indeed, a slight change in wheat that will withstand dry season*, 000,000 lent to Russia; $2,350,000,000
the buying habits of the home might A. E. Wilson, Dominion, Seed Pur- ,t0 France; the same to Italy; $350,-
considerably, improve   nutriment    re- j chasing    Commissioner, has arranged j 000,000 to Belgium,   and    about    the
was the work, of an instant to loosen
the
turn for each dollar spent.   It is a sim- 'to  store   at  Moose Jaw  about 3,600
pie matter, depending on sound com" bushels of Durum wheafTof the im-
mon   sense. j proved  Kaubanka variety.    ' Of this
The real cause why the prime cuts  amount, 1,100 bushels have been pur-
trans-          tlle Porterllousei> the tender-'chased by the Saskatchewan govern-
i loin and thc round steak, are so high- j merit's department of agriculture. The
ly priced is that many morc people in  whole amount    will    be  ' distribute*!,
cr.
IS
Own Shoes
��� B\i  ���
HENRY G. ROWLAND
i
.,        , t, ��� i- ���      it   t it.      ��� i <���"�� use of the air as the last resort
it, and then, realizing that the girl was  - ,    . .,. r ,  .      ,
nearly    strangled, Ruggles, who had of civilization for speed in  the con-
assisted at one or two drowning accid- vcyance of passengers and materials.        ^      _
ents. lowered her head to the ground I . Thc economic limits    had    already!   f V*v f'
and   taking both her wrists, began to been rcached   he^said, in land trans- '
: perform rhymthmic motions of arlifi- ���    ,    ...      ,     ,    . ,    '   ,.        ...
. cial  respiration. .port, either by train or by automobile,
i    But Ruth was suffering from shock, and   in   sea   transport,   and   the   new ��� t[le j;ist two years have the money to  through  the co-operation of thc two !0f other countries
[rather than/from suffocation, though field to bc exploited was that of thc  ,       ti1(,..-nart<r . The sunolv remains  governments, from Moose Taw yards'
this latter, might have ,omc later. At a!l,    Tn- thitt  ,,> ���,isifwf,   r,Ba<,B    ^wJyZLrc, """"V small lots by local freight.
Retail   prices   of ^ the lower-priced '    This variety, for seed purposes, cost
meats are  now down  to a level ���so K25 sacked f.o.b. Winnipeg Jbut will,burdens
near cost, sometimes    indeed    below  bc sold at tlie samc price as^Marquis
Copyrighted. Printed by special
arrangement with Thos. Allen,
Toronto.
(Continued.)
"It's very odd, Mr.  Ruggles," said  ^
. ---.   - --- ��...    In   this  hev considered   Canada,
3*.    * S,��?.lrf���l ��5LnhUtLCri tY��'' �� C^gaV r as the connecting link between Great
Sv\   a shuddering sigh, her lashes fluttered ��� ���   ��� ,   ,     ^ ��� *. ,   .
\y J tin, and her dark eyes started at Rug- Britain and the Orient, with its won-
gles uiisecingiy. dcrful record in thc war, had a prom-
"What ��� what's thc matter?"   Shewing future, and it was this hc was
asked drowsily _ (trying  to  utilize.       Hc  pointed  out
"Don't try to talk; Ruth," said Rug-I/ t ".              ,     .   . '
gles    huskily.      "Take   a    few    long that thc usc of aviation was not mcrc-
brcaths."                                                      Ily confined to ordinary traffic, but that
Ruth obeyed, inhaling    the    sweet, aeroplanes    could be used    to    great
pine-scented  night air in   shuddering commercial advantage iu the survey-
gasps.    She struggled up, leaning ag- .         ,   -        .    , . r , ...
inst   Rugglcs,   who   drew   the   scarf lnS of ncw stretches of country, with
about her bare-throat vid shoulders.    < aerial photography, the surveying of
"Oh���oh���" she gasped.                    ��� I timber limits by the samc mcans, and
Her h-ad fell against Ruggles chest by  the usc of airplanes for thc pre-
id she began to sob.    Ruggles hold  ���..���������  _t f t ��_.._   ...i.:���i.  i._j _i
same to the Balkan States. If the
money were repaid, say $8,000,000,000,
the people of Great Britain could pay
the United States for the excess of
imports from that country and the
pound would be worth $4.86. Great
Britain is still paying for the freedom
Britain is a nation
which take such duties for granted,
and some other countries take it for
granted that Britain shall bear their
The- Vancouver Province. -"'"'
/I
cost price, that the butcher-retailer
must make all his profit on the higher
cuts. Roughly, the demand is for the
hindejuarter cuts; the big surplus is in
the forequartcr cuts. If a steer were
producible having nothing but porterhouse and tenderloin, things would
quickly right themselves.   But, unhap-
wheat, the difference amounting to
$1.73^4, being paid by the Dominion
government. It is considered important to develop a variety that will yield
returns under dry conditions so that
south-western Saskatchewan may
have an opportunity of expanding.
jThe Dominion and  Provincial  govc-
pily/thc carcass of the best steer only 'cmmcnts have come to an agreement
aiul stic began to sob.    Ruggl
her close, soothing her as though she
had been a child.    Presently her sobs
ceased.   She looked around her wild-
.yiclds about 22 per cent, of its total
���weight in loin cuts. The following
.table, prepared from actual returns in
shc, "but i can't imagine what has be
come of Roxana ancl Miss Downing.'
.. '.'What!" exclaimed Rugglcs with a
curious presentiment of ill.
"They have disappeared," said Miss
Challand nervously. "The other girls
are all in the music-room. Bulbul and
Rosa were singing, and  Roxana and
"Never mind, d,car," said Rugglcs.
"It's all right,,notf."
"Where is she?" whispered Ruth.
"Oh, ��� why did she���oh, I remember,
now. It was because of ��� of you ��� "
She thrust herself away from Rugglcs, and dropping her facc into her
hands, sat sobbing with silent viol-
fell
to assist farmers who arc willing to
try growing Kaukanka wheat in every
way possible.
This variety sells at Fort William at
10   cents   under,the   price   for  other
Canada, which jjroduces thc special,
spruce and rare metals needed
for the construction of these machines
It therefore needs little vision to foresee the timc when thc Dominion,
j which has produced thc greatest rail-
coat ; way system in. the world, and so many
A legal light naturally feels put out
if the judge turns him down.
Miss Downingwere talking together j ence while   her    abundant   hair
in a  corner of the room wlien  thcy j down to. cover neck and bo'som.
presently   got  up   and   went  out.     I      Rugglcs slipped off his dinner
asked them where, thcy were going,'and buttoned it about her.   Presently    r- .
and Miss Downing said that Roxana  Ruth managed to control herself and e"lclent aviators, will be linked up as i
had consented to snow her thc Circas- letting fall her hands turned a'nd look- an Imperial highway by the air route
6ian gesture dance, but that she would , cd inlo his' facc. ;'-not n.,iv ..���,i,,,.:,,��� ,.���������   ,��� t��� -        .    '
not do it before the others. ��� 1 thought      "How-could-A              "  * ��' 'y lcduunB >our distances, but
    _ ���.   ( _ -you?"
nothing ot that, knowing that Roxana j low. vibrating voice.
is Subject to such whims.    Well, thcy |    "How could I what, Ru
\jvcnt out about half an hour ago and: asked.    He put   his   arm    about    her
haven't comc back.   I've been all over  shoulders  to draw her to him  again
the  house  and  through   the gardens,  for shc was  swaying  as  she  sat.     '
said she, in a
th?;' Ruggles
vention of forest fires, which had al-i
ready been practised to a considerable
extent in the St. Maurice Valley.       ;,,,. .   ��� .     .    .   , ,        ...
,.,, . . , ...   loronto m  the last few weeks, with
Every enterprising    country    will      . , ,. ....
, , . .     ,,      ..   prices averaged  ovcr all  qualities  ot
soon have to adopt air service,    sa.d  b        ^^ u    ,ain wh    ? ^ cuts varieties, but the full value is obtain-
Mr. Handley Page.      Morc especially ^  must ^       a h.gJ]  pricc .f tJ]e  abIc on tIlc Minneapolis market, and
whole carcass is to yield a profit. ,the C-P-R- has undertaken to afford
Wholesale cuts to butchers are taken ,cvery facillty for hauli��S {t to that
as illustrations. These are, of course,,market if a sufficient quantity is
further subdivided before the house- >vrown at a">' 01le P��lnt-
wife makes her purchase. "Hips," for I Ivanubanka wheat has a number of
instance, include three grades of advantages, according to A. E. Wil-
"round" iS011> which  arc well  worth consider-
Wholesale price of carcasses 19 to >���Z in l]lc drIcr POrtions<6f Saskatche-1
21 cents per lb.
Percent of
Carcass
Hips     23
Flanks          S
Loins     22
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
but can't find a sign otthcrn."
Rugglcs   was   conscious .of a most
disagreeable nollow feeling at the pit
Ruth shrank away. "Don't," she said
"Don't touch mc!   I've got to think���"
Shc was silent for several moments.
of Ins stomach, and" his inoutn seemed' Then Ruggles, whose mind was work-
suddenly to have gone dry.   ��� Fe bad  ing rapidly, as it was wont to do in
noticed that ko.xan* had 'ooked odd, crises, said gently:
during dinner and had wondeied if she '
were ill
1 "Don't try to think now, dear. It's
too awful. If you feel able, try to
walk back to_ thc house. It's not far,
and I'm afraid Miss Challand may
raise an alarm, and you musn't be seen
"Have  you  said'anything  to ' anybody?" hc askfd. ���
"jno," Miss Thailand answered and,
glancing  at  Rugglc's  facc, she  went  like this.   We can slip in by the back
suudeuiy  pale.      VWhy do. you  look, door, and you can go right up and go
that way?    What do you, think���"      j to bed.    I'll  telephone  to  your aunt
producing .machines and trained airmen, who, should another war occur,
would be of thc greatest value to
Canada and the Empire."
Says They Helped
Her Aching Back
MRS. ROBERT BAIRD'TELLS OF
DODD'S. KIDNEY PILLS
Ribs   	
Plate 	
Chucks 	
Shank.	
Average retail
11
12
24
3
Retail pricc
Pcr Lb.
 28
 15
 32
 26
 16K>
 21
  8
of whole'* car-
"Oh, nothing," replied Ruggics with
nn> clioi't to make his tone natural.
"It's just onc of Roxana's freakish
ideas.    She probably took it into her
that you have been taken ill and we
think you'd better spciul the night."
Ruth  struggled   to  her  feet before
Rugglcs could offer his hand.      She
price
casses 24.3 cents a lb.
it is desirable to impress the fact
that thc nutritive value of most of the
Belmorc Lady .states that she was'cheaper cuts is excellent. The self-
weak and run down till she found same careful feeding is given by thc
relief in Dodd's Kidney Pills. famier to a stcer whcthcr the flcsh is
Belmorc, Ont., April 12th���(special)  formed on  thc fore.qUarter    0r    thc
��� I can assure you that Dodd s Kid- ,.   .     ., t       . -     ,       ,   .
ncy Pills helped my  aching back as h,nd-    Many cuts- of C0llrse- hV tllelr
none others ever did or ever will do.",nature are  more suitable for boiling
It is Mrs.    Robent    Baird    a    well'and stews, but it is .worth nothing that
wan. I't grows a longer straw and
has a considerably greater drouth resistance than Marquis.
At the University of Saskatchewan,
in a five-year test, Professor Bracken
reported that while on summerfallow
thc Kaubanka wheat only averaged
one bushel per acre heavier than
Marquis wheat, the yield on fall plowing averaged five bushels higher than
either Marquis or Red Fife.
Another Epidemic
OF THE
SPANISH INFLUENZA
On Body and Face.' Red and Itchy.
Cried For Hours. Lasted a Year.
"A rash started all over my little
girl's body, and she had some on her
face. It started in a pimple
that was full of water, and
it got red and itchy. She
criedf or hours. This trouble
lasted a year. ���
" Then I started with a free.
sample of- CutlanaN3oap,
and Ointment. I bought more, and-.
I used four cakes of Soap and three
boxes of Ointmentwhichhealed her."
(Signed) IVt���-..���' Dora Langly, 1032
Gertrude Ct, Verdun^ Que, August
11,1918.
The Cuticura Toilet Trio
Consisting of Soap, Ointment and
Talcum is an indispensable adjunct
r-t the daily toilet in maintaining
skin purity and skin health.
F r freo eamplo e&eh of Cuticura Soap, Oint-
men'- nnd Talcum cddreM post-card: "Cutlcsxa,
D-jt. A, Bostoa, V. 0. JL."   Sold evwywhere.
Drum* and Drummers'
��� Traps ���
Complete information and suggested constitution for uevriy-foieaed
Bands, fret oa request.
THE
R. S.
V/iiinipeg,   Cilgiry.   Montreal,   Turonto
tiirttt Bar Hnrest Hatch
Q & SGKS CO.
& LIMITED
"Witli your fingers! You can lift off
any, hard corn, soft corn', or corn between thc toes, ancl the hard skin
calluses from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freezonc" costs
little at any drug store; apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then shortly
you lift that "bothersome corn or
callus right off, root and all, without j
one bit of pain or soreness. Truly!'
No humbug!
vE.   fcEW   FRENCH   REM ED Yd
IERAP1DN m.%
THERAPION No.2
THERAPION IMo.3
No 1 for Bladder Oatirrh.   No 2 for Blood &
Skin Dlseato*. So. i for Chronic %oakn��>Bei.
..OLDBVLEAr-INGCJIEUISTS. PKICE IN ENr.LAND.3i.
Dn LECi-KKCMeJ.Co.,HaverstochKd..N W.5.London.
5F.J-. VMDK   MAKKEU   WORD   " TIIKBAPIOIJ '   IS   ON
BKIT  GOVT   STAMP AFFIXED TO RKNIIIKS FACXBTt.
For Good Roads
Beautiful Women
cf Society.duringthepast
seventy years have relied
upon it for their distinguished appearar ce. The
J soft,   refined, pearly
iii y|   white   complexion   It
i ��/ f\ renders instantly,   is
��y/S    I always   the   source   of|
$&?'&        (/tattering comment.
A great many authorities have predicted a return of that terrible placue
Eight Million Dollars to be Spent on
B. C. Roadways
Thc   British   Columbia  government
proposes to spend $8,000,000 on pro-
head" th-vt.she'd like to dance out in ������*J}���?B_sp1���* courageous, and;.known and highly respected resident ]thcse. are;popular with many restaur- j wliich swept Canada from one rnd'to jvincial roadways during the next few
thc moonlight.    Don't  say anything.. now that thc first shock had parsed "here"who Trnkei HiiVTt" T"~  7 - <=i    i  -- *--��� 	
I'll rim and take a look.arouhd.   They | violent anger was bejtinning .to "take  is an enthusiastic beli^cr^Dodd'I'ant'customers;. Many a man lunches !the-oth,er not# long, ago and  left  so
: {tscneci,-    -       - ���      ���..--,      ^�� i    ��,-T -       -  i    i,   -       .
.He hurried through the-rear-of the { pen
house and out into" the' back garden,
which was long and narrow/and'-witu
a sanded ...walk which - ran'-straight
down thc" centre .-.to a small iron :door
in the wall; This opened upon a little winding path which traversed thc
pine   woods,  arid" at   the  distance  of
dim-lit path.
CHAPTER XXII.-
-Miss Cha'.land.'hcr salts in one hand
I   was. both   weak  and  run  down
further,
rn luseci, ....
elped me j.^�� foster the greater use of the'fore-
I also, had niy little i quarter- cuts in-the hope that house-
in  every  way.-
boy take them and thcy-benefitted him
greatly."    . "
Women    who. .are   weak and run
about a quarter of a mite fell upon a a moist handkerchief in thc other,. andJ down should look first" to their kid-
&��Sr��U? ?TX ?W "r��� frT ier.J>rommcnt..grecn-eys glaring like I rieys. No woman cair be stong ami
-��,C ���'       d     d    anS'PhlSC' to, those'OE. a cat,; came into  the study ��� healthy- if her kidneys are not doi g
ZLrlV,n ll!e'llcaf<ih-        X-    '������   ,   where Rugglcs was sitting with.a pale,  their full  wirk of  straining  the  im?
Rugglcs paused at the gate, and! tense face and closed' thc door behind, purities out pf. the blood. Weak kd-
ih^\Sn�� "f '���Sl��Tt? t0f'cx1am.,ncl ,er- rhey-Iiad got Ruth . into, the rieys are theV cause of nin'e-tcnths of
the sand . -.It -showed -the- fresh im- : house unobserved and she -was now in ' women's ills. Ask your .neighbors' i
print ot two pairs of small,, high-heel-, b-.-d.   moving restlessly from side to'"   '"   ""*"        ""        " '
ed sh"oes.   Also, the bolt, of the" gate,! side.    "-"..'"���-
always fastened at night, had . been |v "Well,"" said Miss 'Challand "if the
slid back. The two girls had. plainly ;-poo'r-child gets through it ''without
passed this way, and Rugglcs hurried j brain fever,-it'll be a.wonder. I must
along the path "as far as his .lameness I says, though, she-seems-more angry
would permit. - It -was not.dark", 'forj-than . shocked." or frightened ��� <:?nd
the "moon was nearly - full, but- its j that!s a jolly good thine. No'sign* of
light was partly- shrouded by a. thin,] that savage "girl?"     ' "
Dodd's Kidney   Pills'  do
strong^ healthy .'kidneys.
iiot ' make
The Inner Enemy of France
high--sea-haze drifting "in from the
channel. There was, however,"- no di-
liculty in following-the "path, despite
the darkness of thc pine Woods, and
Rugglcs' pushed ..oii, rather- expecting
to come prcsently-upon the,two girls,
. Rugglcs shook .-.his head!  '   ='     ���.'���"-"'
''Did you telephone to Von Hertzfeld?- -������.���������    " , -   "-.    .. "-���-
���'Yes.   /nicy told-me!:"at the  hotel
that- he received a messag
and. left-in his "car. imm
Alcohol Kills Twenty Per Cent. Of
.-- Its Inhabitants.-',.--".
- .This question of liquor, is; far and
beyond all others,''the;.most  terribly
important, question, in  France today.
hold prices, will be more equalized.
Conditions are similar in every way
in lh"c Dominion and iri the States.. ���-
Times Haye Changed
.Used to: be the Privilege of. Every
Free-born Englishman, tb
.      Beat Hj? ,Wife '���.���-';-
-'. In Akron,  Ohio, a man  vvho was
convicted.of beating    his -wife'-  was
years, according to' a program mapped out by Hon. J. H." King, minister
Iof public works, and recently expiain-
Fivc of
the eight millions-, will- be available
through a loan which is -shortly to
be issued; :' " .    '   ���'
.An increase .in tlic motor license
fees which- is to be earmarked . for
highway ./purposes, coupled with. $1,-
250,000 to-.be. secured from the. Federal government-as aid to the'public
works,  completes  tlic" tali  figure.   ..
Work is expected "to bc".started this"
year on a highway connecting the ih
,    su raud's      "  "���" v i
Oriental iCre^m
y     yx-nri i% t���.--i!ini\j��i<<y.
jgm\     SINCE 01870      ^^^*WH!t
-ShujDH
I 7 BILIOUS!
-when-the--stillncss .of- thc-place~wis ' saying "that hc-hadbeen
u^diately/af"er ,H��W 'tcrrll?le:may.be gathered, in""part 'born-Englishman,
-calicd-tb Lon- -^on'17 an"  article- entitIed-"Thc' Inner;'tjv"accordingX6\
joints winch his wife would not buy. j many cases with'some serious after
��� A. campaign is being conducted for ��� effect,'- such as weak heart, shattered :"j ... x
the next month in the United States incrves." impoverished   ' blood  and  ��� aied in tlle holIiC at' Vscto"a
"general weakened and exhausted condition, of the system..
��� Tf you are run down, heart'not just
right,   nerves, a   little  shakv,   take   a
(few   boxes, of   Milburn's   Heart   and
Nerve  Pills  and   fortify     thc svstem
against  this   terrible  plague...  "'    '"
-If  you 'had   the  "Flu"  before   and
it left you with any- bad" after ���effect,
Mi'burn's Heart-and Nerve Pills will
bring "j-ou .'back    to    health     and'
strength. --.   -
." ..Mrs. C.C..   Palmer., 'kcppc'l. Sask'..
writes: "'I wish to" inform vou of the 11    ���     -   ���ii""it      -'"     * ���  ',.���    ��� ~i t_ - -"���-,-
great-   good   "Milburn's    Heart" a���d.!:tcnor-Witli,-the-coast cities,-although
Nerve Pills-did for-me.-   After a .bad fa  llttle  wai-  ��vei"tne  desirability; of
attack  of "the -Spanish   influenza lmv. rofitc is. being waged-by two-sections
sentenced to bc flogged "in ���open court !.J!^rt/.aiu,Vfnerv?,sT'worc lcft \" a-vprv'of the; upper country;
���-..    , .- ' - "        baa condition.    I  eot  two bo-tec, nf      m -   ���-- r      -;"      * r   '���.    ,.".
with thc same heavy strap.he had used  your, pills, and musfsaj'Ihey ��a^%^   ' Plf��s a�� on foot to celebrate-the ^ .     ,       , .. .
on his-wife. "It .would, appear . from jbest I- ever" usrd; and  I have taken i5nlndre(l i'^rs of ,pcacc, that have ex- I . burred Tongu.e, Bad Taste,. Indiges-
'a.great.many different- kinds ' "I ��� will  isted" between the: United Statcs.and tion;   (Sallow-   Skin,    and    Miserable
al ways  keep. Heart  and   Nerve  Pill, ' Canada  by." the--erection  of  a 'neacc.' HL'ildfhe? ,co'*C' f,rom' a. torpid live?
m. the house".   '-"'���- -   ���    V  -: *i     ���  i     X-      it      -' i        ���     a��d .sluggish bowels,'which, cause th-3
���Price-50c a "box at airdealcrs"  o;rlarC- the international boundary in   stomach  to'become  filled" with'undi-
mailed - directv oii reccint of nrie'e bv ��-park of seven acres; which is to be  gested foods, which .sours and   f.-rni-
        ���         -       -'-   -      -    ' -   ' ' ' '   ' /-���-..   ir _   .-j    a'   ���...-���.. "  pill's    fi
Quick!   Get Liver and
*'��� Bowels Right with
. "Cascarets"'
���.���"������^���������.*.��*��t"t
appear
this decision ,t'hat-a. man""has. n'6;.legal right' to beat his wife; .   .      -. v
.Times arc certainly changing.- .'"It
used to be'the "priviLge of every frcc-
and perhaps'his.du-
thc^English��law;-1 to
don. by. a sudden illness in his'/famUy  Enemy ..of France," by Marie de" Per- ...beat his "wife, .when   she.needed   it."
fot,' published in tlie.'November"issue jTh"erc: \yas" sbnie restriction;^ in'later
of .the .'Contemporary- Review. " ���  The j times,,, on-.the. .size, of   the; stick, he.
distrubedby-a distant-scream. ... -
���'. It-.was" not- a  loud  scream-and -it a'nd-'wouW cross, on the. midnigh'fbpat"
sounded choked off,   as' though    the 'from Calais."   ' ..,  "   .-   ���    "       .:'-.""".  ,
person^ emitting -it -might  have ^iff2��i^5fe^"-story, :told ': byvthc '. statistics alone i might !awfully^se;;but.the lawallow-
thig to Syc'no? ^^^Nekhe'9wls,!;MisSi Challand.-: 7,"Wc; don;t: want', aj^hich thc; writer adduces ;,is"", tragic |��d-th;c-husband ^administer /reason- ] public's   mind.
The - T "Milburn- Co^'Limitcfi^To-'-Ipurclfased by Canadian-and American . ents, tormmg acias, gases ana poisons.-.    ;
-to be completed by September 20, and j thorough cl,ean"s'ing..and straighten you
it repeated, .anti . Rugglcs, after paus
���ing.;ah" instaiit .to. loca'tc. its. direction,
which.-! seemed", directly on - his - path,
hurried on',- persuading himself that, if
inustxha'vc -been' given by some .girl
taking- a moonlight, premenade -with"
Iicr,beau and startled bysomeiioctur.-
tial-bird ,oV'aninii\I���a wood-rat or -cat.
or-"owl.- or.'c]iat-huant;7'_ Nevertheless,
lie could not free-his mind of a;yagu'c
' uneasiness, though --lie would ��� have.'
been miable. to. say of whatV Biit iit
���seemed-'to' liim a- very, odd thing-' that
Roxana should have, left the'grounds
���with Ruth,.-first because.-'.she. would'
-know,"thai such . an,-act,- would ��� be-
���;strongly disapproved.of:.by Miss Challand,' Mis.s. Elliot,' aiid hinisclf, .and if,
she-had-wantcxl'to.dance in the moonlight'-tli.c -deserted., gardens, .offered
scandal; if only for.-the sake of-tne Lcnough. - "Nine'miliioVis '. bf   -people.] able ' chas'tiscmcrit,".-and-7.1efO.-very
other girls, .and she. can't-gct far with' have-- .djcd;.  f r0m!'it Yn ^ the last-fifty" largely . to-" the. husband... to- determine
no  money and  nothing' to her' back.- -'���.----.���-       .     .
b'ut'.an evening dress'.
come, slinking in. prcscn
c'a'p'c'd leopardess crawling; back to .thp:; ed .every,', onc,:'cxcept -those who traf-. Ivery7-much' as- his horse  did.' ' '-Any
'^S>;-She's.iriad.''.   '    -:.     V:-     - --'.^ific'in spirits.-' Alcohol kills-:in France  property," she - might' 'acquire'-" ox. any-
rSs^!^
Ruth.-. Itva'pearcd-that-, while  talking;sapping 'the' physical  and. intellectual ^nd he-could .da. what hc.-Iiked-with
,      -- --.        nave       UltU       11U1I1. U    111 -.UI.C.  lilSl  MUiy '..""S"^...'"'.."^, iiuauuuu.. iu    uiuiuuuv
^Nd doubt-she"!l'i'"yca?,s''?"" she ��� ^rites'-- speaking ,of , thc'lwjiat- cha.stisc-iricni ."was'> reasonable.
:ntly-likc "an "cs-'effects- of .--alcohol;; "-it7-has-'impoverish-. \'J^y wife"-, belonged to her husband
'.. Dangers !-qf the" Movies7 -' _;., .-
-, Educators must not" -be" led- astray
by .the .moving .'picture's7hold, on the,
Tli'cy ' must"- hot-put
the-work in-jeopardy. ��� Teaching,a
young child ��� ter tlmik'. in pictures is,
after all,, merely reverting:-to thK.pri-
mitiyc';sta\c. '������'Thc.'tcst "is :tl(e -child's,
ability'to express its."thoughts,', ;,and.
not-one'child in a- thpusaiul can-do-
Marshal. Foch, ��� who will-be on-the
coast at that time, is' expected" to"officiate ��� at' the' dedication .ceremonies;'".
';' ..- The Chief Sufferer '; ," ",''-",
r. In. this -trouble' of-rising- prices the
wife suffcrsfirst and", worst.-Her carer
fully- framed .budget of one' .week .is
-swept away -the week'after by a su'dr
denrswirl'.upwards, in-: the' prices'.-of
needs.
With Roxana after .-dinner,    tlic    wila'.strength of .thc.-natibn.'
Georgian girl Iliad suggested that thcy   '
slip out, for-a littic stroll "in thc moonlight. ..When . Ruth, not   feeling this
was a pohtc thing to .do,' had demurred, Kbxana;Lhad-said, ifshc would'tioi      -    c ��,-    ,���-.,.-.   -   r   -.
with her for. a .few ..minutes slic would !��"e of'1hc bl^rest UiM��B fcats;-ever j
show, her : tlic.. Circassian,   dance- -. for accomplished. ' Tlic .areas of operation i
To Raise Blockships at Zeebruggc
This summer is" expected *to'-witness
it/
-Cliildren' were cvcn.-iii .a worse, p're-.
dicament, it-possible,' than" tlicir mothers. Up till a comparatively, recent
period =they had pr'acticallj- no rights
uiid^r .the English" law.   Women and
than in.pictures/."'-.Our faint-hearted j everything, "the - household
magazine- editors have, set a bad cxam-'.l-Thcrc. is- a .limit to "what the thriftiest
pic which .must' be kept" out o'f" tlic ]housewife- can contrive,,and the;-mo-
schools, Thcy print so-called": stories mcnt 'comes; when husband'and, wife
which are nothing liut, running; ac-;->it down /together..and face the. fact
counts bf" moving -picture thrillers. A, that tlicy. are no longer paying their
mind fechlong o.ii tlicit.stuff wil.l never-;"way.-T-Lon.don Daily. Mail
know what sound thinking is.   By- all
out by". morn ing. '; Cascarets neycr.
sicken or inconvenience you like nasty-Calomel,'-Salts; Oil; or griping \Xills:
They work while you sleep. .--      . ,
which  Ruth "had "often--'asked in vain.arc Os'tcnd, and Zeebruggc.. -The feat
&       .        ���       a UIJ   ���..^��� arid-which Roxana;said;was more, ef-] consists- in -the  moving 'of  the-'Vin-
pl'entv of opportunity -for such a pcr-l^^.y1. .M,vc.,"?0,,I!B1ll:7,'Wh'crcup.o,n.lcjictiv-   jr6
fbr'mancc. ""'-'--.";.' Roxana .had insisted on leaving - the
children have .certainly; no reason' to-'mc.ans the picture where it is useful;
sigh-for .the-good old :tinics. whoever "but" belter-no-pictures than, neglect of
im her position at Ostcnd,
rmancc.     ,                      -      ./             -.cro'iirids "not��� "wishiiin- "n�� '��hp"c^;��!-�����! whilst'at Zeebruggcc the blockships,
Ihcpin.es grew-thickej;, shutting^qff ..-g*,^", ."���!.-.""-  �����.,. "?'������ iri    -  ."'"..'���.��:"���i.-:���~ ..i���_i.. cnon .���..'.. t.-   i._...
���  the.'vague'.light, and/'as/Rugglcs'^ropri'1}? observed  from' the'_��� house, as
��� cd'his.way .onward, he grew "niore and."' "fncc >y:l?; not an entirely- cpiiven"
jnorc uneasy.. He remembered his,
scene with Roxana in Paris, and her
. ..assurance' that although he'might "dispose of her -hand as lie thought best,
she would never love any other man
than himself. Also:'he recalled.-the
fact that Roxana alone of his wards
had not warmed to Ruth, and that
. recently both Miss Challand and Miss
Elliot had commented to- him on her
distrait taciturnity, and had asked him
if lie" -thought -she" was' homesick or
possibly discontented with the prospect of marrying Von Hertzfeld.
Presently   Ruggles  discovered  that
'lie could not. be  far ' from  the main
road, for he heard at no great distance
��� -the snorting of a high-powered motor
which appeared to have been, that mo-
:   ment started, for their came, a! successive crash of gears as the driver
went into higher speeds.   At the same
moment, he came out; upon a' clair-
7. iere,.or,little opening in the pines,
-   where the" pale^ moonlight shone down
./upon the-carpet of glistening 7 pine.-.
,, needles;"���'. As'.'he.' did7this,*his cye.;;was
Jr" caught by a white, object- upon ...it's
,7 farther side and partly ih the. shadow-
".of'the, overhanging boughs.'/';,.'  ���"" - "..'
���   Ruggles hurried towards it, and as
��� ,hc- drew' hear; "saw- to'- his horror, that
������:" it-was the-bbdy of;a:wpmanrin even-r
'7 ing dr'jis. . Sh^was.lyiqg^bn'hcr face';'-'
thc
.lion1
al Onc, in ils true interprclatioii.-'Ruth,
full of curiosity and tlic spirit of adventure, had finally."been persuaded.
(To bc continued)
That llie temperature of thc eeiitrei
of the sun is 30,632 degree'is thc estimate of a French scientist.
Plants . take from 200 to 600
pounds of minerals a year from each
acre of soil.
weighing nearly 5,000. tons each,- have
got to "be -raised from the seventeen
feet of mud into which they have'settled. Three thousand five hundred
tons is the 'las't.-lifting record. It is
confidently expected-that within a. few
days it. will haye been broken.���Christian Science Monitor.
else may haye^Woodsto'ck Sentinel-
Review, "; .
Cause of Bolshevist Success
'; The fundamental cause of the. Bolshevist success on-.-all fronts lies in
the action of the Russian reactionaries and moderates who repeated the
mistake of the emigres of the French
'' Revolution in summoning foreign assistance. - In  so .doing,  thcy  enabled
thc word.���Indianapolis;..News.
A- 'dozciY sewing/' needles,  the'only
iron iiuplemen't-thc, (Russian) "peasant
absolutely "needs,: cannot be  bought-
!ipr Jess" than   100-rubles'"(nominally
��50). - '.., ."���
-'- Bad; In 1886, '--"".
- An- ddyeriisinginotc in the Register
for. July 17,.". 1886, slated that "a suit' .'
of .clothing and a hat could.be piir--
chased at. a local store" for a total.df
$2.S5.'" ";That  was  thirty-three years",
ago."'. If a-man. went into,"a .store today ./and,;'purchased a, suit ,and-a'hat
of similar/quantity and .'tendered a $50 -,
bill -he",would lu'rky��� if he received'.the ��� ���
$2.85 in change.';-r;T.orrington,.'Co"n.i y
Register.,   ���    ��� ���   ,r-''   ' .."/, ' "~'"- '."  --'-"
/
A Dog's Friendship
"Wherever there is .an "unfortunate,"
wrottc Lamartinc, "God sends a'dog."
"And certainly, says one of his bio-
���   ,.       ..   ..    T     j   ���*    ���-    . .the Bolshevist leaders to appeal to thc'graphers, "few men have loved dogs
Italian Airship Lands,In Syi��_     -nat;-ona!.  SCnt��mcnt -of   the    Russian  as-he  did,  o  understtod them  morc
An Italian airship, whicli- wis on' its !.peop,Ci wUh tJr- result that thcir min. ' thoroughly." ' Of" a dog who came to
way  to  Japan   was   recently   obliged, ority tyranny> whkh at first'had im.  him "once in a dreary day of his self-
t0 m      ..a.    r"  :."'   ng "" R^a'|doubtedly:bccn,rc-scntcd by the maj- imposed exile in Switzerland, hc said:
Jority,'coiild' assume' the character, of'j "After being" adopted by this dog my
a national leadership against attempted foreign'.invasion.���Asia Magazine,,
on account of engine trouble.., The
Bedouins hastened to the scene giving
thc avialcys every assistance, arid later taking them to a-place of safety.
The Sheikh Mejhem Bey, chief of thc
Anaze tribe, offered them hospitality.
The aviators wtptc to lhe Italian consul, expressing their gratitude to the
Arabs, for the courteous .treatment extended 'toVlhepi.:-'- ';...."���.--."=���.,'; ���-,- '������X'X 77.
"-���   Explained'"-"'"'"'"'��� 7 -���--'"
'. ".Waiter/ this: coffee is nothing-but
muS^/ ".;'���-.-.   ���..",' V; '>;.,.;..: .=.'':';.,'
iy~_"Ves, sir';' it was/ground.this -mora-:
jng.'-';-^(yoQ Doo;) /���"-' ���" :���'���-;iyx - - ��� / ���-'
The earliest-fabric which deserves
the name'of'lace was probably made}
in '!Egypt.7;--The .mosti'of; the7"lace"'
mentioned in' the'early Ribie ages,was.
m. reality, a-.'sort7,6f! embroidery, and
not "lace, iii -.the", ordinary -sense .'of the"
word^;';/./.;'���/';-'.'��� ;.: ''77   Xryy   ;/"���/���;/.;/"
solitude ceased. He never left ine,
we Idycd each other, we walked, we
slept together. He divined me and I
understood him."- -' ZyX-.y
ONLY TABLETS IVIARKED
BAY0R"  ARE ^ASPIRIN
ii
Not Aspirin at AH without the "Bayer Cross'*-
���-. Sonie'/people'r.re. keptbusy .'minding.
! other, people's: business^   ' "7 -,-   ,;:.. 7; .
iiWm
JJ\.X un
X'-y i Fixing Needed yX'y-iy
- "John,-1 hear you are ingenious in
a '.mechanical' "way.-."; .Can't 7" you' Z fix
Tonimy's'.-horn?",-.,. :y~ ��� -...y..-.-.;.';/. '-,."
7^'What?s'nh^:mafttr.-\^th-itfV.-:y\
"Nothing,71 ,;wa.nt yoa to;fix it so.
it won't-blow;"';.'.' X. '".' "; '-;. ���'"��������� X- ���
X-Tot Colds, Paui, Heidich?, K'edralr"
pa,   Toothacbs,   Earache,   and   for
.Khemactism. Lumbago, Sciatica.;. If era*
ritis," take, Aspiria suirlEed with tho
'-namo'v'Sayer"'; or.vou7aro not taking
".'Aspirin-.^t all. ��� '-������':i. - -';..,..     ������.;-"���.,;,=
..   Accept.'only /"Bayer. TabletsJ of
Asjirin":. ia -" si} unbrok��-: "Ba;j-ei"
f*ckflg# ..which'i'contaiu complete di-
reetipns," .Thch/ybu fere getting real
Aspirin-^the genuina Aspirin pre?
scribed' by.= physician's for over nineteen 7 yes.r9.-. Ko-sr mada in C&nada.
Bindy tin bcies containing 12 tablets cost but a few cents. .Draggisti-'
also, sell larger "Bayer" packages.
Somg'ptople��� Hav'enTt Xryi .":.a3'.
I-rrcVcn; witS'thcciJiives,- , -- ">   .,.'.
. ..^.JCtese-.lii. ea&f- oneXArpiyisi"^B*yer'*-��To�� mut ��ay *B��.yey*T
ac!t!cac��d<r��ter'.tf SaHcylJcucld. - "Wfcile Jt ls well fcftown tJ:a't Aspifirt ��i*a.Ti3 Bayer
r-iaauXacicre, ta is��:�� th* fbMc tcalsit Jinitat?oi:s. th* Tatlsta of Bay**1 0*SK34sy
'-111 k* rt��ap����-'-nitx tfe��~- ise=er�� tr��de ��*t3c tbe "3��er Cresfc", ���aau
THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
I s $2 a year strictly in advance,  or $2.50
when not paid for three months.   If not
paid for until the^end of the year it is $3
It is always $2.50 a year to the United
States in advance.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financier-!
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices    7.00
Sstray Notices 3-00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
3ertificale of Improvement  12.50
{Where more than ohe^claim appears ir notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal'advertising, i2'cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each 1 subsequent insertion,. nonpariel
measurement.
Business locals i2}��c. a line each insertion.
The blue cross! means that
your subscription is due, and
tluu the editor would be pleased
to bave more money.
Knowledge
Early Spanish adventurers sailed
their ships up the St. Lawrence,
then followed the Ottawa far north
to Lake Titniskaming.     .
Silver was found there, and they
sunk a shaft. Bub the wealth they
sought was not obtained.
'���They sailed away,   not knowing
how close they came to a treasure.
Tt lay open to sun and rain, with
a thin covering of moss and lichen,
only a few miles from where their
search was abandoned. Centuries
passed before it was discovered on
the present sight of Cobalt.
Meanwhile the rocky hills were
stripped of timber. The spiked
heels of the lumbermen scorred the
almost pure silver with which deep,
wide cracks in the rock were plugged. ���   -. -������--���".
The laborer who found it at last
once had worked in a Cobalt mine.
.'When, he saw a patch of pink on-a
hillside he recognized it as cobalt
bloom, and he investigated. ��� - ��� .   .
He knew nothing of silver. But
what he.did know led him directly
to it. His slender, knowledge of
cobalt -was all, that distinguished,
him from the others, whoshad passed that spot.- , ,.--"-'
; They say a little knowledge is a
dangerous thing. -That's error.* ; -
Beauty and the Beast ,
Once  upon, a time. a malicious
.fairy transformed a  Prince'���.into a
.; ugly .beast.;  Bnt ;beauty came and
. loved 7.him  in" spite of looks, and
X-when'���"��� he 7 loved/ her  in  return, it
.broke the spell, "and1 he. became
7 once;more; a  stalwart,   handsome
\. prince.' 7  /""''.'.-.'".���'���',:��� " XX ��� '���'-'  'ii-.
The Prince is ..always the. boy.
- who reads the.tale and the -book
;.says that   Beauty   was ..a: lovely
:. maiden,/ wiio became. the Prince's
bride.    But some psychologists say.
���that the real  Beauty  was not bo
much the bride ass, the  wonderful
model all brides must live up to,
/ the one perfect, being, the first and
;   truest/loye that child or man ever
7 had���his mother.   She it; is whose
'-. -love charms away the evil passions
' ..that turnprindes into ugly animals.
Y.    .How .well the story   fits!    For
7nothing but evil  moods and pas-
'���."sions/ can   make   one   ugly    and
bestial.    They only have the evil
magic.    Ahd   it   is  the beautiful
things of-life,  like the wonderful
. mother,   the lovely  maiden or a
glimpse bf nature, a sunBefe touch
���a   chorus   ending   from *'Euri-
pides"���that break the spell and
give one back his faaman inherit-
;,;.ance.       '.    ���   ���-  -'��� ��� -X": .
'-'X.-.Made to Measurey"y
/ .;��� ^Mrs^'Newrich^pdn'typa^hiiak,;
,7/ William^ now that we" are .getting
/ ;: i'rinto society.-tha't/wie.shonid have a
..'���" 7' fcoat-of-arme?;..^'/^.-.-':'^-:/. y X-yXX
X y yii. Nevrrich-rCertaiDly, ymy" clear.-
"I'll sesfniy' tailor about /it tomor-.
���_ZrX.; row.���Bos^n Tranec'ript..-'.,.;;;( ������/ X-
Gone Far. Enough
Mrs. Hicks is so  painfully  neat
that she makes  life  miserable for
her family.    One of her rules is
that all  members of   her   family
must remove   their   shoes   before
entering   the   house.    "Bill"   she
remonstrated with   her   husband,
"I found a grease spot  on  one of
the   dining   room   chairs,   and  I
think it came of those  pants you
wear in the shop."    A brief silence
followed, then a volcanic eruption.
"Well,  Mirandy, for the last 15
years I have taken  off my shoes
every time I came into the house,
but I'll be hanged if I'll go further."
It Isn't Your Town: It's You
If you want to live iu the kind of a town
Like the kiud of a town you like.
Vou needn't slip  your clothes in a grip
And start ou a long, long hike,
You'll only find what you left behind,
For there's nothing that's realiy new;
It's a knock at yourself when  you leave
your town���
It isn't your town���it's you.
Real towns are not made by men afraid
Lest someone get ahead; ,.
When every one works and nobody shirks
You can raise a town from the dead.
And if when you  make your persoual
stake
Your neighbor can make one, too,
Your town, will be what yc>ii want to see���
It isn't your town���it's you.
���C. P. McQueen, Calgary
The  Ledge has  always   room
for one more ad.
���-S.-a^T,wir!.wr.-<ag��cnaiiM
2       I"*-
DOUjl
arys
Up-to-the-Minute
Daily Newspaper
You Will Like      ^ ���
The DAILY NEWS
BECAUSE of -its.'Fu-ljJ'-
.-    leased "wire service.-^
" - . foreign -   cables ". aijcl
..-Canadian and Ani&n-
.   can news/,,
BECAUSE of its complete
���< -   market  reports.. -' '
BECAUSE  of its .service
. ' of Koptenay-Bbundairy
...news,    including   .the
worthwhile"- events, in
~' -y your   own - and* adjacent-districts.    . ,
iBECAUSE -while its chief
���' purpose is to give all
'"' " the .-best of the world.
',ahd district news hot.
off the wires, it never
"..;���- /forgets.-that, it is", a.
yX Kootenay ';- Boundary
.    institution, / depending
/ -for its;success on.the
7; X- ..success' of the people
'-'-..   .'of the district,, striv-
. ���",/;'  ing.. always, to":-aid in'
-;,;    the   ..development,   of
'��� /our industries -and re-
. .    sources.   -'      ', ,;..   .  ,.;
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If " you" .are    not,   a ' sub-   -
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��
NELSON,   B.C.
LAND NOTICE
In the Similkameen LaacS District; Recording
- District of Fairview: aad [situate East of-
and adjoining Lot 1028.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Charles Graser.
of Boundary Falls in said District',, occupation.
Rancher, intend to'.aoply fot permission to
pnrchase the following- described lands:    ���
Commencing -at a post planted at the
Sonth-East corner of Lot 10>8; thence North 20
chains; thence East 20 chain-?; thence Sonth 30
chains; and thence West 20 chains, and-cdn-
taidintr 40 acres more or less, the same' to'tw
utilized for grazing purposes.
Datedat Bo'undarv Falls,  B:C,  November
17th, 1919,.
/   CHARLES GRASER.
RAISE IN RATES
Z.'XOn May. 1, 1920. tbe.sabscriptidn1
rates of The= Ledge will be!'as;.foIT,
lows: 7 When paid iq advance"??.50.
:a year. 77W"hen not. 'paid: for tlire��;
moijtfis or more.have passed.' $i��o��
a/year..'; Tq;7Great.:Britain: and the
TJniled gtates S3:a year always .in.
&r\?'&nce.yZ\yXi'y:i'y_ .'XyXXyX ���: ���".X X.XX-X
v'-!v =;'; XXXy ^fe-Ti LOWERY." "���
Do not forget
to file your
Income Tax Return
on or before the 30th of April, 1920.
Dominion of Canada
Department of Finance
A LL persons residing in Canada, employed in Canada, or carrying on
business in Canada,  are liable to a tax-
on income* as follows:���
1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or
widower, without dependants as defined by the
Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or
earned $1,000 or more.
2. All other individuals who during the
calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or
more.
3. Every corporation and joint stock company
whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal
year ended in 1919.
FortTIS t0 ^e use(* m ^n&
*" returns on or before
the 30th of April, 1920.
ALL INDIVIDUALS other than
farmers and. ranchers must use
Form T 1.-
FARMERS AND RANCHERS
must use Form T IA.
CORPORATIONS.ind joint
stock companies must use Form
T 2.
Penalty
Every person required to make a return, who
falls to do so within the time limit, shall be
subject to a penalty of Twenty-five pet centum
of the amount of the tax payable.
Any person, whether taxable, or otherwise,
who falls to mak* a return or provide Information duly required according to the provision of
ths Act, shall be liable on summary conviction
to a penalty of $180 for each day during
which the default continues. Also any person
making a false statement In any return or In
any Information required by the Minister, shall
be liuble, on summary conviction, to a penalty
not exceeding $10,000, or to six months'imprisonment or to both fine and Imprisonment.
General Instructions.
'x>
Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or
Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from
"Postmasters. ..������**
-   Read  carefully  all   instructions on
Form before filling it in.
Prepay postage on letters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspectors ofs
Taxation.
Make your returns promptly and avoid
penalties.
Address INSPECTOR OF TAXATION,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
R. W. BREADNER,
Commissioner of Taxation.
s ���
saacBBSSKi
Tlie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department       ;      ~  7
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA Z ..
SMELTERS AND REFINERS^
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of   Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone, -Pig   Lead   and -Zinc '
"TADANAC" BRAND
0000000<>09pOO<K>*K��0<><KKH>W
WINDSOR
GREENWOOD, B. C.
The WINDSOR HOTEL is heated with steam
and electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home for tourists and travellers Touch the
wire if you wane rooms reserved.'' Thfe buffet_is
replete with cigars, cigarettes, cooling beverages,
buttermilk and ice-cream. .   '   -.
oo-ooooo-oooooooooooo-oo-ooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
THE  ART  IN TELEPHONING
Telephoning has become so matter-of-fact that most of us consider tliat
to telephone properly is an art. In fact it is an art to doanything" well.. We
should^jnever let courtesy depart from an action, no matter how frequently
it is performed. .'"';������������.���'���; '".���"'..'
' In answering the telephone you should never forget'the person who
called anticipates an announcement as to whom is making the reply. Particularly lisjthis the casein business���announce your firm and: your name,
and the introduction is complete without any roundabout questioning.'''''
" It is a courtesy every one engaged in business can: extend, a courtesy
that!is always appreciated. "     ,        ',. . ��� .       -      ���-, -���������''��������� X-y
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
Minimum price of flrst-claas land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to'
- $2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined' tb surveyed lands "only.
. - Records will be granted covering only
. land.suitable for agricultural purposes
Mid which. Is non-timber land.
. ���   Partnership pre-emptions abolished^
but parties of not more-than four may-1
arrange   for .adjacent   pre-emptions
with Joint residence, but each maklng-
. necessary improvements on respective
claims. ���-'������' ���
:Pre-emptors must..occupy."claims for
Ave years and make Improvements to ���
value of, $10 per.'acre. Including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
"More.receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in.occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made pro-'
' portlonate Improvements, he may, because-of Ill-health, or-other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of im- '
provement and. transfer his claim.
Records   without   permanent   resi- *
-dence may be issued, provided appll-
S?��� makes Improvements to extent of
*J00 per annum and records same each-'
, year.- Failure to make improvements-
or  record  same  will .operate  as forfeiture. . Title cannot be obtained  in-
- ���*.'.��&? 5 vearB> and improvements ���
of  $10.00 per: acre... including 6  acres'
cleared and cultivated,, and residence
or at least 2 years are required.   ���
, Pre-emptor./. holding/. Crown   grant
may record another.pre-emption, if he;
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without'actual; occupation, pro-\
:,,vided . statutory improvements made
ana  residence  maintained . on   Crown
: granted land. , .. w ,
... TJnsurveyed-areas," not exceedii!f"2o.
���jcres,  may be  leased  as. homesites;
-V   .,t0, be obtained after.fulfilling resi-.
aential and Improvement conditions.'
.For grazing and Industrial purposes.
areas   exceeding   640 .acres -may.-be"
��� ��m b/ on�� P��rson;or company.
"ii   ,L1U' ,  ciory or industrial sites on
timber, land, not   exceeding   40  alcres
may, bo purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage. :-      ���
Natural  hay  meadows  inaccessible
^mSt,n,8rroads may bs Purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to ..them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
J^fiL' "ot exceeding, half of purchase
- price, is made.
PRE-EMPTORS'-    FREE      GRANTS
�����!ShS-8<io,?,"'bir''ttls-,Act I��.enlarged.to
��� Uiftha,LPM��8,on,8' Jotataf and*Sei4"
ing with His Majesty's Forces - Tho *
time wlihin wh;chJthe heirs o^devls^s
%**������****? Pre-emptor may; apply
r���wir "2d��r tJl!�� Act is extended
from for one.yoar from- the death of
such perepn, as formerly.. -until one.
-yJ�� ^th* conoluslon of the present
Soacti?e     P'IVU'*e ,S ^�� m^d* ���-.
No feea relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable^ soldiers on p"?
emptlons.recorded after June;26. 19ig
Taxes are remitted for.five years
Provision for return of moneys accrued due and been paid since Au^usi
i, 1814. on account.of payments, fee*
or taxes on soldlera'-pre-emptioni.    v-
interest on agreements to purchase
55��� *t ^^ l0t8 Pm ^ members 6f
iiSlSS ^r?*2', or d8P��ndents. acquired
direct or indirect; remitted from sn-
Urtment to March Jl. 1920.
8UB-PURCHA9SR8  OP CROWN   f
LANDS. "
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown pasts to mib-pupchasem.. of
��� Crown Lands, acquiring rlghtt from
purchasers who failed to complete
purchase, involving forfeiture, ok fulfillment ef condition* of surehase te-
wrest a^ tpefc" Wb*r# sab^u��&��-
ers do not. claim whole of orighial Sr-
..be   die&fifcut��a   proportionately   Sw,"
Z&i'X. '^;''...-QRAziNa,-, ..:���'.-"''-.'.'7 ������-'-���:
Grazing Act. IMS.  for-   ay��t��natle 7
development of livestock Indnstrr wo-' ;
. yldes. for grazing- districts: and rsmke -
administration   under . C05snala��laaer ��� "���
.Annual'grazing p*rmlUiinsu&$''ba&*i' '���
-on numbers rangedj-p'rlority forestall ' ~
^liahed, "owners.    ��� Stock-o-smers��� .mjtr
term AfsocSation* for range'��� maaaJgo- -
cent. ���Free, or. partially frse, e*n��its  :
for *��ttl��ra. campen.cr traraiun. on
to...Uc-ie��d.v.   :' '--  -.rT* ���,-
Culameen fiotel
PRINCETON, B.C.
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty mealu.
JOHNSON & EKLOF
Proprietors
tREMONT HOTEL
NELSON, B.C.
'Nicely iurnished roonis.by the  '
'  ..'    . day, week or month.
Nilson & Nilson
Proprietors
NEW  GRAND  HOTEL
616 Vernon St.; Nelson
Brick building and- finely, furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -  Proprietor
DR;xh M, BURNETT~:;/;
Physician and Surgeon '-������"   ."
""--- J- ���'������'��� -Announces^", .v--'.. --
That he has located at Greenwood .
-.OfficeXX; Guess Block.. ;,-'.- "-.
. ^Residence   - ; Dr. MacLeau^s House" :
Office Phone- 90!    - Residence Phone 69
m. L. F, TEP00RTEN
. ;v dentist:' '.;���.-"'���'-.','"'
AH Work Guaranteed       "
_p:o.'box.i48. .  telephone 92
Morrison Block. GRAND FORKS, B.C.
A. HIGGINBOTHAM
(Expert Optician)   :.
: ' GRADUATE
OPTICiAN AND OPTOMETRIST .:
K. W. C Block      .">';. <.-'-/   Nelson
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND  FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hddson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors       .   Garage in connection.
DR. A. MIIJLOV
DENTIST
AH  the   latest methods  in  high-class
Dentistry.
LCX) BUILDING
:.: Corner Abbott & Hastings StHsets,s.
YANC0Uya;;;^;:.-r:-r'B.C;
\.C^'xME<GGITTij
. y ^G^ANDJFOiRKSX-BJD0X
Deiiier in; Farin ^Produce, Railroad Ties,
Cedar;Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Frnit Lakds For Sale- List yoar Isada
with me, 'Have, a buyer for; gopd ranch
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos Tor Mire:"^ The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
s X \ y / .   - "
GREENWOOOD. B.C
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
Shamrock Brands
HAM,   BACON   and  LARD
Carnation Compound. Butter and Cheese
HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS     '
,..R Burns & Co.,   Ltd,   Nelson, B, C
$
53H3?^?S^v^5^53^^^=^^^
jfi'4'^'g"^'!'^'^^^'^^  <$*4*4"&**&"$'4"t'*t**ft"i*<it*K
ume
!leI$ont B.C.
ASSAYER
7 E. W. WIDDOWSOJN ,7 Assayer and
Chemist, Box BrioB, Nelson, > B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper.
$1 each. Gold-Silver $1,50. Silver-Lead
$?.oo Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.60. Charges
for other, metals, etc., on application;  "'..
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
7        MONUMENTAL CO., LTD.
FRONT ST..      NELSON,     BOX 865
*
The only up-'toi'date Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,   -..-'���
First-class
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in,
each room.
"V"      iROOMSiiWlTH PRIVATE BATHS7
: CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
. '���:; First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
75   SAM RLE ROOMS
.������'���������;. Steam Heated; Electric Lig-hted.   ".-.'-.
,.    RATES 31.00 per day and up; European Plan. .
:    Bus Meets all trains and Boats.
St*|����f*��^* ��|�����^���'.���f' 4**$-4#'*i'*f**$��� *����� *f* ^*  "f,*f,.,l**f**f**f*���f����f*��iJ��X
*
xi'ixzi';.ix ziyijqimD-oF'Dk^^ i'-ixix
Has psrodaced.Minerals.valoed as follows: 7 Placer'Gold, $75,116,103;: Lode.
.7. 7Gold,;^93,717,974; Silver, .843,623,761 y Lead 839,366,144; Copper, $130,597,620;       ".-.":
Other'..Metala (Zinc,"��� Iron,  etc.), 810,933~466;" CoalXand Coke, '8174,313,668; \    ".'
Bailding Stone,  Brick.  Cemenfe, etc.,. 827,902,381; making J Ha Mineral Produo-  7
tion to the endof 1917^ show.an ';'.['    ���--.- iZ-XXi:":ZyX -'���'. '        ' '���' ���"���'':���*'���'
iiiiXiikggttgtieiVaM of ^95,571,107 y XyX-"
Production for Year Ending December, 1917^ $37,010^392
The   Hieing  Laws of this Province are more liberal, and.the-fees lower '.
than those of any other Province in the Dominion,  or.any colony in the British
Empire. *.'    _ ���   - Xx ���. Z X   -- ���    ��� -
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees. ,.
���Absolute  Titles are  obtained .by developing..snch properties, fehe security
of which, is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
���y- Fnll.information, .together with ininingl Reports and Maps,.may b��ob]teined
;���-"'���.--'!..--'-gratis'by addressing��� ���Xy'X^yi-XyyX-x-y   :..-���.- -.yxy -^ "x ;.   -; '-y...y ' ��� ���  --yiyX;-;'
xKWxxtK'i:^^^tf&^^iK.-'_ V- VICTORIA, Britisii Coluffifeia^ xxiy
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