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Vol.   XXVII.
House Furnishings*  Hardware,
Kifchen Utemifc^
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Also" *a" full "line
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Just Arrived  A  Large. Shipment of. ..
Neilson's   Chocolates
-   Everything In Bulk And Box Goods
I Goodeve's Drug & Stationery Store f
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.-u";...-.-,   . . ...J.ust imported a new line of ..,
Bacon a^ Ham at Greatly
Reduced Prices
We guarantee satisfaction to the conservative householder
The WINDSOR HOTEL/: is ". heated with; steam
���and.electricity. Fine sample rooms." A coiiifort-
.able home for tourists and travellers'.. Touch the
wire-if you want- rooms reserved. The buffet is
replete, with cigars, ��� cigarettes, cooling . beverages,
.....     buttermilk and ice-cream.
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'. XadiesNew   Spring
%;:;:5'-;HATS J-r,
Millinery Novelties
a   Greenwood, B. C.
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A . Couiple te. Assortment
' Wagstaff's Jams and
.     Try Our-
Pride of Canada, Pure
Maple Syrup, r
J, G."McMyn'n,  Midway
Carnation Comi
'Butter and Cheese,
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I P, Burns & Cp*f / Ltcfc; NelsqnV By G
It Is always well to have a Siviags
Account upon which interest is. regularly,
paid and from which/you aire free to draw
at any.time shbuld you have a good oppor-
; tunity to buy; stock /'or /teed. A, Sayings
Accbuht is Ready: Money.. �� ;'y ;/'///7^-/
nrf it?
���: P^D^UP CAPITAL "������-:/} -���     ^f��5,WG0/
/ RESERVE.FUr>ID /-:/-- r-���:;-/ ^/;^:$i5,000^
GREENWOOD BRANCH, I* E. ;Brawders, Manager.'
| Real Estate & Insurance
U Life, Fife; Health; Accident
.Best :Compaiiies in   the World
Enquire  as  to Rates
Ranches  For Sale
��� Call And -See ���
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Presbyterian Church
S.   S;
10 a.m. Service 11 a.m.
S. S. 2;30V Service 7;30 p.m.
Subject For March 20th:   "
*^; Crucifixion"
Rev. W. H.  REDMAN, Pastor
in Shell ior Nickel Frames. /
Put up ina neat Spring" Covered Case
-       $1.00 PER PAIR ���/'
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Watchmaker      Jeweler      Optician
For Sale
Five cows,"/will freshen' in the
spring;,2 heifers 2 years old, 2
ycarlingheifers.;. Team of small
mules. Apply to-E/NL Somtners,
Westbridg.e/.B.C'. '���'.-'. /' / .^l'-.
For Sale
i'Around lomeJ
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City Council
. Dozen;' : Barred Rock/ laying
pullets and.rooster; $17.00., Mrs.
Christian; Westbridge".
Card of Thanks
/.-To/ail.the friends whose sym-
pathy;and;serv.ices wereso kindly
tendered at'the time of bereavement, I desire to .take this means
of extending sincere"thanks'.;/'-./
yy^O'iXy;. kf; ��.: GARLAND/
John R.- Jackson has . bought a'
"Baby Grand"'Chevrolet.    :-'���
Keep the date ,open for the
Pythian  Sisters Party on  April
ist. ���'<��� ; ��� ^ ���
...Mrs. Chas. Gauyresu will .return-shortly to Greeiwood to re-;
Paul DuMont, of Bridesville,
was" oh a business l.rip to town
on Wednesday.
Thos. Kinsman', of the Erutiia
miue^ "EhoH, visited his'home
here on Monday.
Arthur Walters has  purchased
a large jitney, dray aud contract:
businessin. Anyox.
Bachelors Ball will be held' in
Riverside Hall, this (Thursday)
evening, March 17th.
John R. Jackson and Miss
Jackson,-of Midway, were ' visitors'in town on Saturday.    "'
���H. Bravard and A, Bravard,
prominent ranchers of Boundary
Falls," were "Greenwood visitors
on Monday.     '���'
The Boundary Iron Works,_of
Grand Forks, shipped two carloads of castings'-to the Trail
smelter last week.   :
Mrs. A. G. James, who has
been the guest of Mrs. H. R. Bidder, left on. Thursday for her
home in Marysville.
The Independent Meat Market
is now open all-the time with a
good stock.of fresh killed meats,
hams; bacon, fresh fish, etc.
��� ;Clark, Fox &.Crossley. with a
gang of men are taking out the
machinery from . the old coal
mine' bfe't ween -Mid v/ay" aud Rock.
Creek. .,/.   '',-. . .., ",    .
MissM..McKenzie, of-Winnipeg
yisited-Mrs. W.- H. Docksteader
for a few days this week and left
on Wednesday for Merritt and;
A jolly dance will be- held-in
the Anaconda School house on
Friday, March 18th, dancing to
commence, at S 30 p.m., sharp.
Everybody come.     ........
Died,���At Tacoma; Wash;, Mrs.
Lucy Penardj-on.March 7^. aged
71 years, after about 3 years/illness. She was the, mother of
Mrs. Chas: Gauvreaii.;
.   Robt.-    Turner, 'formerly    of
Phoenix,  died  at Spokane, aged
3b years.    He was operated   on
for /appendicitis."'-'" He'/."leaves~" a"
wife and two children.
.   The Canadian  Bank .of  Commerce  will  erect-a., large ...brick
block at' Keremcos.  /The  build-
.ing will contain the: bank  offices
and  living-   accommodation   for.
the staff./.:  ;_" ,//, / :.X   -.
/  Paul S. .Couldrey, who for .the.
past.two years h as been in charge
of the Jpsie:niine,  Rossland,, has.
left that city, accepting,a post in
Spain, with   a/large   operating
company/ /./.V//..
The / ; Doukhobors .increased
their.:/holdings . around Grand:
Forks a few days ago, when they
bought the; Topp" ranch of- 203
acres' from..Easther B.. Perkins
for $8,500/ J ���'"_..;.;'��� ':'"'���-'').;''"':[��� "'-
'. J. Finlay, who has been taking
a course at thb: B; C. University
lb/geology and mineralogy, has
returned, to town and will .spend
a week.or two here before.going
to Lister to'visit his parents.    .:
The pupils of Div. II, Greenr
wood School are holding a tea in
W. G. Kennedv's old store pa
Saturday. March 19, for the purpose of getting.money for their
poultry raising. Eyeryohe come
and help the children-by haying
ice cream or tea.
//The. funeral services of the late
T.';Av Gar^^iandjwas held from-the
undertakihgiparlors: last ,T hurs-.
day.afternoon and was very large-.
lyV attended.^vRev^Wi/Hv l?ed-|
man, conducted the ^services and
The r.egular/foi'tnightly meeting
of'feh.^ City, Council was,', held . on
Monday night and was attended
by Mayor Gulley and all the Aldermen. . ..--���/
A communication from.F. A.
Me'Diarmid, parliamentary agent
for the Uuion of B.C. Municipali-
fciee was read and contents discussed. This letter dealt with the
various_phaseB of the" application
by the B.C. Telephone Co. to the
Railway, Board of .Commissioners
for power to increase certain telephone rates. The letter was Order;
ed tailed, for two weeks and, in the
meantime the matter be taken up
with the Board of Trade.	
President Robert Lee, of the
Board of Trade, waited upon the
council arid explained the wishes of
that body to have the City Office
moved from its present location to
a more suitable place. Mayor
Gulley appointed, a committee to
investigate and report as to the ad--
v'isabilifcy of the scheme'.
.It-was decided to. accept the
offer of Louis Putzel' for the lot adjoining the south side of his dwelling,....     . .:,.-..
The lighting committee reported
at. length re the present system bf
carrying out repair work. After
thorough consideration of the report the council decided to carry
on the system now in vogue and
charges' to the consumers will continue to be made for any electrical
work the council is called upon
to do. It was also decided that
consumers on a flat rate be checked,
up and additional charges made
where found necessary.
Chief Feature of the
B. C. Liquor Act
- / Abbut/;;5./f t/ of .snow .fell,; in
Phoenix ./thisvwirite.fr/-��� There../ is
stiirabcut'^ ft/left./-/://./' y ;\.
: Hockey Meeting
The windingap meeting of the
Hockey. Club, for the season
1920;21, was held in the parlors of
the . Windsor Hotel on Tuesday
night.with President V. -E. Tripp
in.theichaif.   /
The^ecretary read the financial
statemeat which .showed that the
total receipts was $436.69 and the
disbursements $412.92 leaving a
credit balance of $23.77.
Aiter accepting. the report the
club tendered G. S. Walters, - the
secretary^ a vote of ;:thanfcB" for his
very able, painstaking -and interest in the club. ..'.../ j   ���'  ���
A letter was received from the
Hon; J. D. MacLean congratulating the boys and enclosing a
cheque, for $25. ,. .  .  . v
. A vote"bf thanks was enthusiastically, and nnamiously carried express; ng their- hearty appreciation
to the .Pythian Sisters and other,
ladies for ./providing, refreshments
asid to the citizens generally for
their loyal and hearty support dur-
the season., ., - ���/// .. ?,//"' // "y:-.
/To; Mr*. Mills, manager, of the
Bank, of Montreal, a resolution; was
passed thanking hint for his kindness in advancing money .for the
Trail trip, and for: allowing some
of his staff leave of absence.'"'_
:. yotes of,thanks were also tender?
jed A. NV Mowafe, manager-of/the
team, Masonic Lodge for- use of
'ball, .W- C. Wilson for sharpening,
skates, and to-K. C. Taylor for the.
efficient way in which he conducted the rink.
Altogether the season just ended
was a most successful one in every
way and there was great harmony
and good will displayed at the
.winding op/meeting/ ���/���vv/ /;/:/ -:"..
���Permanent residence permits
will cost $5.00.   .
Non-residents will pay 85.00 for
30-day permits.
.. Two;; quarts probable limit of
single purchase.���
Uniform prices throughout the
Consumption of liquor permitted
guests in hotel room's.
Drunkenness in any place constitutes a punishable offense.
~N6 drinking in public places.
/No_ display signs  using words,
"bar, bar-room, beer, liquor, etc."
"Sealed   package"    may  mean
anything from a bottle to a barrel.
Tax of $2.50 per quart  upon all
liquors not bought from- government and hereafter imported.
- Existing private stocks to be
marked by government stamp.
Warehouses to pay license fee
of $3,000 per annum'.
Government stores open eight
hours daily; closed on holidays and
election days. ���     ��� .^_
No liquor to those under 21
years of age.
Offense against the law for host
to permit drunkenness in his home.
Excessive drinking may lead to
loss of permit through interdiction.
Inspectors have right of entry
and search."
Muncipalities to receive half of
Interdiction proceedings leading
to the cancellation of a permit, are
provided in cases where it is
proven that a permit holder by
excessive drinking of liquor, misspends, wastes or lessens his
estate, or injures his,health, or- endangers- or interrupts the peace
and.happiness of his family.
Severe penalties 'are provided for
infractions of the act. A first
oflehse is subject to six months
hard labor. - A second offense may
mean twice or 21 months' imprisonment. If the offender is a
corporation a/fine of $1,000 shall
be levied for first offense, and not
less than $2,000. nor "more than
$3,000 for second offense.
Persons prosecuted for intoxication will, be compelled to state
where they procured the liquor
which intoxicated them.
One-half of. the: profits shall be
paid^into' the consolidated revenue
fund of the province for public
service, and the.other half shall be
paid to provincial municipalities in
proportion to their respective populations as a part of the municipal
revenue./. It shall be obligatory
upon municipalities to enforce the
law, failing which, action may be
taken by the board /with the cost
of sucq action charged against the
municipality's share of revenue.   "
Christian Valley
preached an appropriate ��� sermon..;
The remains were taken to Kaslo
for interment// ."-';'���"'���/-��� "���/. / -"���-'-"/"/
.Board of Trade
The monthly general meeting" of
the Board of Trade was held iirT.
M. Gulley's,store,,'on March 9tb.
42 members' were present.    ' ;.  " -
President R. Lee reported details of the convention of the Eastern B. C, Boards of Trade held at
Penticton and the resolutions, etc,
passed there.
The committee to interview the
directors of the Providence Mining
Co., presented their report which
was approved by the meeting.
Resolved that the matter of im-.
proved mail service be followed up
and J. A. McKelvie, Federal member, be thanked for interest displayed as shown by results obtainect-
The action of the Princeton
Board of Trade-in emphasizing the
necessity of the Hope-Princeton
route of the Transcontinental Highway being completed waB approved.
Messrs. Lakeland and Forshaw
brought up the subject of stocking
Long Lake with . Manitoba white-
fish. After considerable discussion
it was resolved that the Minister of
Fisheries be asked to do this from
the supply of Manitoba white fish
now in possession of0 the Provincial
A motion was _passed .to the
effect that the City Council be approached with a view to moving
city office from present location into
a more suitable place in town.
Monthly general"meeting will be
held on the 3rd Wednesday of each
::/:Mrs.//Newlywed;./.(giving /.first
order /to r:butcher./ "over 'phone)
Please send me a pound of steak, /
..-Butcher. /And .what1 else please?;
/\'3^:/vNewlyw_ed.::^-; And���Bpme
gravy/'/.:/;-/ /���;/ y:y^y /���>' -' ./N/^'r
��� Frank Kelsey's son-in-law "came
up this week from Bridesville..
/The .eide hills /are bare in many
places, also the roads, making  bad
travelling,./:, /
/The scholars of Christian Valley
School7 with their/teacher, _Miss
Oakes, had a taffy pull the other
day. The fun started right after
school and ended with games. At
nine o'clock they left for their
homes haying had a good time.
Receives McBride Cup
Geo. S. ^Walters, secretary of
the Greenwood Hockey team has
received the following letter from
Dear" Sir. ,
On behalf of the management
of the Trail Hockey Team, 1, beg to acknowledge receipt, of the McBride Cup
.which you'have so.'kindly' loaned us For
the'eoming year.-'"���  .-.   - .
;���-���/ -We are looking forward to arrangements; whereby ��� the loan may be  continued indefinitely. /       ,
"-.'-'-' -""/ /.i' ��� -'���":���-./".'-���   'Yonis truly,,
/iv-.";/'-/'^ 'i'.'���{'. .C. T- Scanlan,
/-////- ���:'"/ ;-//// Secretary.
A Promising Mine
The stockholders in the Southern Minnesota and , Washington
Mining company met in Oroville,
recently, and organized to develop
claims near that town on the
boundary line. In reference to
this the Oroville Gazette says:
"There is every reason to believe
that with the organization of the
company this locality is going to
at last see a mine placed in the
producing class, not only on account of the character of, the men
interested, but because the company owns property that has all
the earmarks of a real mine. The
holdings of the Southern Minnesota
and Washington. Mining company-
embraces the claims oace known
as the Lone Pine, situated on the
summit of the ridge on the north
side of the Similkameen river, a
short distance east of Nighthawk,
and only a few miles from Oroville.
Many years ago an excellent grade
of ore was uucavered on these
claims, but it was left to the present holders of the ground to finally
demonstrate the real value of this
property. - The holdings are immediately along the international
boundary line, and a portiou of the
claims lie in British Columbinr,
where the larger and more promising ore deposits have been discovered, showing that the ledge, or
ore zone, is a very extensive one,
as ore has been exposed at points a
long distance, apart on both eides
of the, boundary. Where this de-
posit has more recently been
opened up the ledge is ten or
twelve feet wide and assays show
that the ore carries strong values
in silver, copper and lead. There
is eg much of this ore in sight that
shipments to a smelter cauld-bo
made at once, or there is sufficient
to justify a treatment plant or
smelter near the workings. What
policy is to be followed remains to
determined by  the stockholders.'/
Roy Connor left Princeton last
week for Vernon,   where he has-
accepted a position with  Messrs.
Neil, Cryderman and Kennedy,
'iJ.." iitlAn\mmiui*mivsi��ir*Tt Ttttt]     T/p-na-Rj.     G-p-RTiJNWOOD.
To Remove Bad Cold
"How d'ye know?"., come back the
��� old pan.     "Have you ever ast her?"!
it    isn't necessary.     Lister,
Dorkin put his arm about his
Tlw Balsamic  'Vapor o3 '"Caiarrho-
sone" When Inhaled Qukklx
Dispels Colds,
Every    breath    you draw  through j
man,'" lie" said gently, "and 1  know J
who." He paused watching the work-J
ing   face  of thc  man  who  had been
more than a father to him.      "Pop,"
he said softly, "Edna MSrsh brought
a  heartache up here  with  her.      It
Catarrhoaone  Inhaler fills  the whole j doesn't just seem like this world of
breathing apparatus with pure piney   ��urs '�� let her take it back with her,
essences that stops colds at their very, JJ^.JV ��� L??,}> Pop' Im afraid sh* "
beginning.     You experience a pleasant sensation of relief at once.     Soreness, congestion  and  irritation  leave
have* to do it
"Oh,   hell   an'   peat-fire!"   sighed
Washburn hopelessly. "It don't seem
ATAosVand'ihr'oai; Ae'head'ii cle'ar"i af we C0H,d do anythin'.     An' I was
eel, and every trace of cold and Ca-|P,um .surc. a.n, sartin it was you.    Oh,
^        .       J -  ' by cnpesl it s  too bad.
Throughout the summer afternoon
Dorkin and Edna strolled along the
scented    trails,    and chatted as  th^y
tarrh disappears. Catarrhosone is
so sure, so pleasant, such a safe remedy for winter ills that you can't afford to do without it.     Get the dollar
outfit, it lasts two months, small size, rested on the mossy   banks    of   the
50c, trial siae 25c, at all dealers ot the! swift streams.     If she noticed a new
Catarrhozone   Co.,  Montreal.
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Printed    by    Special    Artangc-
menls   with   Thoa.   Allen,
... Toronto, Ont, ...
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gravity in his face, or if, at times, he
grew somewhat preoccupied, she gave
no sign.      She was  thinking of  how
soon    she    was    to leave this_ world
which  she  had  learned  to love,  and
wondering if he, with his keen perception,  had guessed anything    of    the j
struggle- she was passing through.  If j
so, he was kind, for by neith-'r look;
nor word had he shown her  that he.
know she was suffering.
"Uncle is failing," she informed him
in answer to his expression of regret
at her sudden  resolve  to go back to!
the citv       "At  first, he    seemed    so^
with any eapertenc�� of Zam-Buk healing,
jo ever again use ordinary ointment or
salve. Zam-Buk is the purest and most
-wonderful healingsnbstance in the world.
Apply Zam-Buk to any cut, born,
scald or other injury and its astonishing
Jftow it dispels pain and grows new shin,
Use Zaro-Buk for an obstinate skin
trouble like eczema, saltrheum.ringworm
s��r ulceration and yon will find ibat its
arefined herbal essences quietly penetrato
Jo the root o/ the troube Zam-Bufr
aimply drives poison and germ disease
Tight ont of the tissues.
Besides its great soothing, healing and
antiseptic powers, Zam-Buk is unique in
that it is wholly composed ol rare herbal
nils and essences. Where Zam-Buk is
all medicine, coarse salves and ointments
sure somewhere about 90% animal fat.
Once try this pure herbal Zam-Buk
and yon will never be without it a^ain.
80c. all dealers. Free sample box from
Z&m-Uuk Co., Toronto, for 1c. stamp.
kill, to effect their desired purpose.
But they did not fear. They were
prepared to fight fire with fire.'
An hour later they arose and passed outside again.     Dorkin was wait
, .    ,   ..        , A..   .i        , ing for them add led them down the' n.,,i,,-���,i
much   better,   too       And   .hey   have      bth d    h   , k        No        d was   Reduced
be n  so  cood and kind  to us, ��� those ���
��jU��y<3   George's' Catalogue   oi   the
Damage Done by Germany tea       I
Northern Prance. I
In his recent speech in reply to the
German   proposals,    Premier   Lloyd
George summarized the damage done
by the Germans in Northern France,
as follows:���
Houses destroyed .,,,,,,,��
Houses partly destroyed .,
Factories destroyed (metallurgical .electrical, mechanical)    	
Textile factories destroyed
Alimentary factories destroyed  or stripped  .,,,,'
Townships destroyed .....
Townships three quarters
Townships half destroyed	
Railways destroyed, kilometres	
Bridges destroyed  .........
Highways destroyed, kilometres   	
Land devastated (about
one-half cultivated), acres
Mines in  Northern  France,
years   required   to   repair
production      of
An  Acknowledges   Expert  in
All  Matters  Pertaining to
Household Management.  ���-
In the summer time, when lettuce
and tomatoes are rather plentiful and,
therefore, fairly cheap, we find them
on the average menu frequently. But
in the winter some housewives forget
that there is such a thing as salads.
Out in California they serve a fine
potato salad. The hot, boiled potatoes���boiled just right at a bubble
707 i rather than a boil���are cut into half-
inch cubes. Sufficient mayonnaise to
well moisten is added. The potatoes,
being hot, drink in the mayonnaise
arid acquire better flavor than when
spread over cold ones.
An equal quantity of diced tabic
celery is added and additional white
dear people of Lookup," she said
gratefully. ""Whatever will they
think of us, park'mg up and running
awav, so suddenly?"
"They wi!l miss you, i am sure." he
(Continued) ..
She shivered and drew away from1 answ-red.       "Of   course"   he   added
him.     She stood straight before him,
spoken until the forest bordering it
was reached, then Dorkin gave them
their orders.
(To be continued)
Machinery in Agriculture
hands  clenched, grey  eyes searching
his own.
"Before she came," she said wistfully, "1 thought wc were mates, you, . . .,
an' me. Then, when 1 saw you an' , Oh the sweet bole thing." cred
her together, I knowed 1 was wrong.. tl,e K,r1- . Ho you know, she follows
So, you sec, Dorkin. . . . I've ����� ^erywhere? 1 knjjw she wll cry
been kcepin' away from you. I've-. for me- ' Jua' know ,fI
jest got   to get  used to goin' alone."!     The tears sprang to h'r own eves,
She   turned   away   down   thc   path, 'as  she s-ooke,    and.   Dorkin    looked
He let her go, his eyes following the' quickly away.
slender figure until it disappeared in "1 shalUcll her that you are com-
thc forest. Then, with a sigh, he; ing back soon," he said, "and feed
sought a path leading in an opposite   her snerar and five her all  the little
hopefully, "you will come bark before
the    summer   Is    ended      You must! Q Bj.   j Mk     Thorough
come back,  you  kn.ow, to    see    that b
your pet fawn is being eiven the care
we have promised to eive her."
He  paused  before  thc cage  of  the
big  lynx, and  threw  down   the bars.]
Lulu lifted  her  head, yawning  lazily |
and  stretching;   then     she    bounded
lightly out, and rolle.d over and ovcrj
on the sward, at his feet. I
"This is the last day for you with
your family, Lulu," he informed her,
as he put up ihe bars. "We wean
your kittens to-morrow."
Practical Tests of all Appliances.
Thc authorities in Great Britain are
taking very active steps to keep in
thc forefront of the applications' of
machinery to agriculture. The ministry of agriculture is setting up a
permanent committee lo make thorough practical tests of all the appliances which arc now on thc market
or which may be introduced from
j attentions nececsary ro sooi( her, and. time  to  time.      Farmers  and  manu-
these mines annually, tons 21,000,000
pepper and salt.      The salad is ar-
9,386,0001 ranged  on  leaves  of    lettuce    on    a
) pretty dish, and finely chopped hard-
���*" I cooked   egg  sprinkled   over   the   top,.
Stars    cut    from    canned    -pimentos
give thc pretty touch of red.
This salad is nourishing as well as
attractive ,and, together with cold
sliccd-ham and hot tea biscuits, makes
a fine supper.
In winter most everyone gets cabbage. There are any number of de-
, vices on thc market for shredding cab-
?.5fry','M M\       I   . b*8,nn,n��. ��f>gc.      And shredded cabbage salad
is delicious when well made. Shred
two cups of cabbage, pour cold water
The Calgary Spring Shows
Largest Annual Auction Sales of Pure
Bred Bulls on the Continent,
The spring bull sale to be held at
About India
Natives Do Not Want British to|
Leave Country.
Reniarka made bv a Bengalese
graduate of the University of Calcutta, passing through TQprontcy bearing on the situation in jfiidia, arc eminently worthy of notice by those too
ready to take a superficial view of
recent disorders there and to utter
hostile criticism of the means of suppression. His opinion that the
"Hindus would go on their bended
knees to the last British soldier and
implore them to stay, if Britain would
ever decide to withdraw from India,"
coupled with subsequent views expressed, merely bear out well-
known historical facts, and coincide
with those .of British extraction whose
lives have been spent in that vast
empire, and who, consequently, arc
fully conversant with the true situation there.���Hamilton Spectator,
[Sure Protection For You
While You Travel
You may find thc water bad, some
poorly cooked food may excite
trouble, a draught from a car window
may give you an ache or pain���a cold
room or damp sheets may cause rheumatic twinges, Remember this���any-
pain that is caused by congestion
yields   rapidly   to   Nerviline,
mako her a wilful little deer."
She flashed him a grateful smile
through  her  tears.
"t nm so glad, so very glad that I
came and found you as vow are." she
said, as they- arose to seek the cabin.
"1 could say it drffe'rntlv." she smiled, "but you will understand."
"T understand." he told her. He
knew she was suffering-; he wanted 'o
facturers will both be consulted in the
arrangements for the tests, which will
be carried out at trial stations and
will take into account all the elements
of cost, reliability and so on usually
neglected in competitive trials. No
fees will be charged and the, results
1 of the tests  will    be    made    public.
The  big  cat  boundYd  forward  and   ir"  '10r  *nat   ne kuew,  and  that  she   Every   encouragement   will   therefore
leaped to the low-hang:ng branch of a! was, no' t0 e.ive UP "o^-      Bm what | be  given   to   the  introduction of im
tree .where she  lay,    flattened    owl,1 c0"w he.sa"':       . .     ,.,  ���,.
round     head     between   heavy   paws,.     For one thin?, he was thankful. She
greenish-amber  eyes  fastened  on   his
face, short tail  lashing in  mock fury
ne��"d  never  knowing
climax of the perfidy of the man she
proved    types    of   machinery.      Thc
the    crowning! Board of Agriculture has also devel-
.                   , ,                ',"'��� """j""" '**.'���''' loved. What was to hapnen, to-night,
It was an old game which they had         ,,,   af icast    bc   kcp<    from    her
played   together   from   the   tune  she! i . ���	
ic   time  sncjkn0wje(|
was a kitten.      hie  was supposed  to'
be   the   unsuspecting   quarry   of   that
terrible    thing    which  was  ready  to
pounce  and   kill.   .-      :
So he came on, all unsuspicious; and
as he passed beneath-the branch upon,'
As    thev    came into  the c'learin.<?.
oped a,number of research institutes
in which prolonged study is made of
seeds, manures, processes of cultivation, and thc breeding and diseases of
th^y met Washburn hurrying towards   animals.      Over   ��100,000  a  year  is
which Lulu lay; she dropped "upon hi
���shoulders with a spitting snarl, which
imiiiccliat'i ly tinned - into a hoarse
purr,, as his'big hands gripped her by
the neck and shook, her from" side-to
��� side/ .        -. '  " .      . ��� - . .
- ,"Ypu"old. ihipostcrl" he cried. "'I
swear, t can't . play-this game with
yen, without a shudder, but'somehow,
t  always  hUmor.you_in-.it.."
He "put'her on the-ground and-continued along'up..the trail, busy again
"with "proBi ins which perplexed . arid
distressed him...      '���--.--
It was noon when he returned to
the" Retreat,", t'o" .find -Pa' .Washburn,'
Mr. Dayton and- Edna Marsh seated
in the grove in "front/of the cabins,
:"'��� He shook'-, hands", cordjaily, .all
around, ..admir-cd   .the. .beautiful, little
-.fawn which Ednaheid.on her Jap, and
after chatting "I'o'r  a  time.on  general
"topics, ��� excused') himself' while.' he
cleaned..up for dinner,-'    ���,���������
Washburn . followed, him intq-tlye
cab.n.'.. - -.,.._���;���-��� -' X _'_���' '.',-���'-. "������-
; "Dorkin," said "the. "settler.." .when
they were, alone, -"they be goin'- back
to the city .to-morrow:" . Tticy caine
over to"say go6d-hyc."\ "".'./,'��� . :���
'.".Going back' to-morrowi"- fins"w'ered
"Mr.    Dayton    has'^had-a  faintin'
spHl,"    he.   informed    them.      "Not
..much,-. Miss,"-as  he" noted  the  girl's
now being.spent on this.work.
paling cheek. "Just a. leetle weakr
ncss, 7 iruess..' ' We put him to)bed,
and he'll be ait right- soon,- I'm sure."
They hurr-'ed up the path and entered . thc. cabin.. Mr. Dayton'' lay
across the bed,-his face bloodless,
eyes hollow, and . fingers .nervously
twitching;   ��� '
. Dorkin bent above him. "What is
it, Mr. Dayton?" he asked-gently.
"Are you suffering?" .-���'���-"���-'.'
The hanker struggled Jo; rise anrl-
feli .back again, with a 'lit lie" gasp.
"Just' weakness, Mr. ." Dorkin," - he
panted. .   "I   am  very  sorry  to be a
' nuisance.���very���"  '.:.*..?���
I     "Y.ou mustn't'.say .that," Dorkin"'re-
'-turncd kindly," as he..took t!v. brandy
and. "water- which Mrs': La Peer .had
brought, in", and-let-a few-.drops trickle
between the blue, 1'rs. -'
i,. "Uncle, .dear;"; cried. Edna-/ sinking
beside, him.'; * ," >- ".. . .." , ;���'':..-
He' reached out a" thin; trembling
hand, and stroked-'the. .golden,- head.
Tears started from the closed eyes
rmd.rollfd-down the", -sunken "cheeks.
'.'There,' there 'girlie,"' he -whispered,
IM'll .be all'right; ..soon."''   v.-) - .....
WhrAreth'e    ."'."'���    .    - -
ir risurie3 Treeless ?
Clearly- Prowecl -That Lack of Trees is
.Largely    Due .to-' Human-
'���-.   '    Destructivencss.      \    .',, .
. , "Why arc the prairies treeless?" is
discussed iii thc last issue of" thc-Canadian Forestry Magazine by ;Mt. ,R.
H.- Campbell, Dominion Director of
Forestry.. ; Mr. Campb-It takes up
this most' interesting' and perplexing
problem;and comes to thc conclusion
that fires have-been largely responsible, for:--the bare;condition, of the
western plains- at; the" present day.
Coupled,with 'unrestricted Tire,- is :the
additional, factorof dryness';, of ./the
.climate caused by-the ".upthrust of the
Rocky .iUoun'tains'and the .consequent
-interruption-, of moisturc-laden.-winds-
frorhvthe Pacific ocean.'-, Proof of "the
.existence- of heavy forests in'Southwestern, Manitoba and Southern .Sas-
April, will again be a big event. Dur
ing the last few years it has developed into one of the largest annual auction sales of pure bred bulla on thc
American continent, and is attended
by cattle breeders from all parts of
the country, Only bulls tbat have
passed thc tuberculin test will be offered at this sale���an innovation in
association auction sales that will add i"
greatly to the confidence buyers have
in the Calgary bull sale.
Jn conjunction with the bull sale
the Alberta spring" horse show will be
held at Calgary, for which an exceptionally fine list of- horses have been
Is Nearing Completiosa
Bienfait Briquette Plant to be Keady
In June,
In thc Ottawa House, Hon. Dr.
Tolmie informed Dr. W. D. Cowan,
Regina, that the briquet ting plant, at
Bienfait, Sask., would be completed
about'June. 1921. , By the latest estimate a total, expenditure of $339,578
.was  involved, in   thc  construction   of
the   plant.   .  Half  of  this amount   is! white  onion may
over and let stand an hour or more.
Drain and dry in ^cheesecloth to remove as much water as possible. Add
an equal amount of cut celery cubes.
Moisten with cream  dressing.
Since "several readers have asked
for Cream Dressing, the recipe follows: In-the top of a double boiler
mix together one level teaspoorirul
each of dry mustard and salt and two
level teaspoons of flour, orie and
one-half teaspoon of powdered
sugar, and a few grains of cayenne.
Add one teaspoon of melted butter
and..thc yolk of an egg.
When will mixed, pour on very
slowly one-third of a, measuring cup
of vinegar. Cook over boiling
water, stirring constantly until mixture ��� thickens. Cool. Beat until
stiff one-half a cup of thick cream
and to the cream slowly add the
other mixture.
Another recipe for cabbage salad
combines shredded cabbage soaked
and dried with half as much finely
chopped pimento and a little green
pepper. A little finely, chopped!
be   added.      The
QUICK, vanning, soothing, cemfortfaff
retietfoUows an application cf Slon*a
liniment. Just slap it oo tho etndncda
ovarwerked muscle. Good for ihetunatisnv,
$00. Pembaio aUhotd nihility.
(Made in Canada}
Present Chair to Canada
British Parliamentary Speaker Hopes
To Visit Canada in May,
Thc Canadian Associated Press has
been given to understand that thc
Right Hon. Jas. W. Lowther, speaker
of the  British  House  or Commons,
your stomach is sour and upset, just j hopes to proceed to Canada about the
try the magical effect of twenty drops > middle of May to present "the new
of Nerviline in sweetened water      If j chair  which   ha3  becn   ghr���n   ,0   lhe
cramps waken you in    the    dead    of, ,-, .... .   _.     ,    t ,_ _ :_   _,���.!__
night,  Nerviline  will  fix  those awful
cramps in a hurry.     Keep a 35 cent
bottle'of Nerviline in hand always.
The Search for Oil
Another Oil Well Being Sunk
Monitor Field
L-. C. Robertson, managing' director
of thc Mud Butte Oilfields, Ltd., announces the signing of a contract for
the drilling for oil in thc Monitor field
in Central Alberta, The site picked
for operations is a few mile3 south
of Monitor, between thc present sites
of the 'well3 being drilled by the
West Regent of .Scotland, the Talpey
Arnold Company and the Imperial
Oil Company, Limited. . Thc equipment for this well is now in transit to
the town of Monitor, and unless
something unforeseen happens, this
well should be "spudded in" in about
thirty days. The Mud Butte Oil-
ficlda, Limited, arc said to own extensive holdings in the Monitor anjl Czar
fields, and have decided to make a
thorough search for oil here.
Canadian people by members of thc
United Kingdom Branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association. The
chair is now on yicw at Westminster.-
It is a replica of the speaker's chair
in the Brhish House. This is the
third gift of a similar kind which has
been sent from England, to Ottawa,
The Lords and Commons made a
joint gift of a new black rod and Sir
Charles Wakefield, when Lord Mayor
of    London,    and    his  si^xiffs,   Sijr
I George Touch and Sir Samuel Head,
i gave a new mace,    ,
tb.be paid by "the-Federal Government
and "the other-half in equal parts "by"
the provinces of Manitoba and Sas^
katchewan.   ' -���-   ,
.Dorkin_tn surprise:.'"".'-'-'Arid why-have
they. madc,-up-their;, minds to. do that.,,,-,. -,.,.   ...      .    -.-..,, ,.-.--.
���so-suddenly ?"���<'-. - . .1 Washburn, noting it, loliowed him, .'as
:'   "That's .'what. Ma.-' an.'.:mc .'uckiikei be- walked,slowly, doyv"   tbe  path'to
ter. k'now.-Dor.kin',"'but  fhey .don't say ' *',t?
Dorkin.;   drew - the .others -outside; i'katchewan - is'-showh:' by - the' uncovcV-
leaying' the-_'sick..mah _a1onc,_:with .his - -    < -
niece;- - His faceiooked j'roubh d.'. Pa
hoJh'inV!ccpt...-thcy..f.e'l. ihcyorter Kel'"���.,'Hold ;'blV '$&;; j?0^!' V called.
���  '���       -���.'-.    .-'.>-.-���.'.-- h  . I "ivTr...,   - ilicn."..'as  . Dork:n   -wheeled
back;, 3tay be' "ye .noticed  how rierv-
ous   that   Wr.   Dayton.-is ,'gettin'. tcf
' be?";vhe asked, ' ' "An", the- gal,  why,
���sce.-here, .Dorkin.-she's.fallin* away;t.er \
"Now, - .men,''., as . uork-n -w.nce
about',, with" a,:frown;--"tell 'th��v'.old. man
jest what's'.thc matter, --- You've, been
playin','; hid.'-aii'd-seek  .,'among'.   ihe
irigf of ex tensive beds of. lignite 7c"oal.~
Deposit's .exist also, throughout .Alberta..:,'.'-The best-.proof of; the -fire
theory is found "in."ihe .'fact: that, in
many-sections of tjic bare prairie'area
the line pf natural bush is rapidly encroaching. .. so ; that; "/during - the -past
thirty .'years-the eastern lrne -o'f "forest
��� Many people are kept in a slate of
rhorb.d fear .'of- death, become weak,
worn and miserable, Imd are unable to'
attend to" their houshohl, social or
business duties through this unnatural action of the- heart.. "        ,   ���' "
To    all -such    sufferers-   Milburn's
Heart   and. Ni-rve.     Pills- -will,   give
prompt-and'.pcrman ?nt'-"elicf.
; Mrs: F   X". Gauthier,-Tilbury,"Ont���
writes:1���"During <J5 "years-past  1  was
greatly.-. ,troi'ibl"d .with   palpitation   "o'f
the heart,'-"aii'd Ko'tne'imi-.'- sq.niuc'h so
that, l.hosc-aroiind mc" ihpugiit- I ..yoti.'d
die ."at   any  iiioment, .being" so   niuch
wcakcni d'.by'thc.sharphess of .1 he pnl-
p.it<-^tion;-wh:.ch >.wpuld  last,-Sometime-?
"up to'3 hours. -   1 'liad.the- doctor who
kept me'taking his medicine to' .over-,
come; the. disease, but-" to ' rio'": effect.,
There  was 'iio;;change.",at  all,-for'- the! pC'r,' "or   it .inti
b-.'tt'e'r.-���] .'Two =xears-ago a' friend ad-V      ,':' ' -    c.i:-
.vised  nic  Lo use 'Milourn s   Moart  and r T;  . ,���.    -,-.     "
:-rVh^cC:ar!siirc:JW6iT{^?n^^^^ ��� ^ow':i?s�� l^;a"' '^>i has'cxtendU^o4bou"t'IO'mi!cs'ffom:!
."."Ma a- lot. ''cause,.'she :"is... suttingly " a "hn"- "'J1*'-* 9?...^ ���-?{���'��^ DorkiIV . I RcKi���a"or ^bout: 200' iuilcs bevond
' splendij gal" '- - "' '" "' -' -: ' " Dorkin. stood .--considering; --Then. ( ���Vl>,n. Vr- jlu.ou�� <uy���. inncs .ocyonri
[y Dorkin -\ fined: -'a .'hnsin' with "cold ' n^^Jgb, be. hadreac-hed a decision, \ Ayhcre;:it  was.-.when-Mh^first^ettlers-;
he  spoke ;.quickly:  "Dalton" :nnd.   hisy. arrived  in   that
'��� gang .iiitend- raiding   ih:s~    place-. .lo- I
[night. Pop.'      I'm irady.to "give" them j
��rv^ !���  -;��� ������!     -������!���      i      -if        ,      'n   warm  reception  but.��� I' wish,' the'v
,. Drtrkm,.  nc-snid, awkwardly, when' ,,���-,,���.,   comc   ovcr   ^^        (wish-.
Mr. Dayton hadn't b "en taken ill. ItV
v;.ater.ainl reached for; a-cake of" soap,
.;' Washburn's,-.blue eyes', watched'him
pleadingly. ���
-at ..last.lhe young man was through
._���������'with .his .splashing,"! reckon that Ic'-
- "He gal is, in. love with some no-count
;; chap, who hasn't got sense enough .to
..;; see it. - I'll bet a raisin cookie I'm
district'. ',-' .The Viti
vanceui^ht .of'thc tree line'can'be.accounted -for':by thc practical' abolition
pf prairie : fires which"-formerly "fan'
unchecked and destroyed every vestige of forest growth that dared show
itself aboyc the grass. The history
pf thc prairie province forests clear.Jy
going lo make things bad, don't you'
see? . There's no' telling just what
might happen." '���-���
Washburn's blue .eyes  had-opened,-
_     , .     ,      ...      , .   , wide, at  the intelligence imparted by   proves that treclessiicsshas been due
��� -    Dorkm   laii^hed,"   then  as  suddenly   the  worried k'-e.oer        ���-    - , '     1 i ���     i    ,    ,,     t .-
.-hiS.f,ce..grewK5.riou.v .. "Perhaps you,    '"And   by  tripesl -yoi.   wasn't *o'.n'., ver,y '".^'�� 1^.^ . fJ rD^on
..-are right/ Pop,"; he >aid. .,.     ter tell the old man a thing, 'bout this   an,i ,,0, !o ^"y providential-plan that
,-,   VVasbbtirn, nodded and c'6ml>/?d his   comin1'fight,'eh?    'Well, by cripes!". "j made tree growing impossible;
���;-.goatce, excitedly.     "By.the. flat-tailed       "But.you sec. Pop;" Dorkin explain-! - -_; -.   ���-, :
beaver!" :he exploded, .'-'if you !ei that   ed, "l knew that if 1  told y6u. youM ! ��      .,   ,      r,~
Jiecth:. gal  go.away  with  an'ache  in. waht to stay and see. it. through, and.:. MSITlitODa iitgg
.-..her'heart',; Dorkin, you aiii'.t niph big! what   1  aimed' at  doing; was  to.have
of Gawl's Heuten-': you and your visitors    take   -Willow'
dressing is made by beating together   nine   tablespoons   of oil   with
three  tablespoons  of "vim gar Any
desired' "seasonings- may bc.added,
such as salt, paprika, dry mustard,
celery seed. -
Maccdonic salad is very colorful
and .-affords . a' pretty way of using
up those few spoonfuls of:vegctablcs
left from yesterday's meal. ��� If these
arc "peas,"rinse off. -the -butter', or
other dressing "by- pouring . boiling
water'over-the" peas or other vege-���
tab'c in a strainer. ..--Beets,- carrots,-
potatoes, cut into small cubes,, may
bc .combined- with, peas to "form a
palatable, combination;
���.Moisten' with rune-tablespoons of
oil beaten, together with .three tablespoons of: vinegar; Staso'nings may'
be added.' ..Arrange-a little .pile of
peas,"-then .a-little pile, of beets,, and
so >on,' on'the" lettuce leaves . or the
vegetables', niay-be mixed " together.
Chill, all'salads   before-serving".
Stuffed .egg   sa.'ad, may . form   the
principal;dish :at,a -luncheon or 'sup-
ay.-be   served   when  .the
course  is  a  bit, scanty.
Nerve "Pills;     *lv. began, to/uso .them .- Hard-cook' .eggs;   -peel   .them,-', and
at. onr.c;'aiid af  th.c.-; second, box  I be-' when  cold,'cut' them  in' half  length:
gah to' feel some-;relic.f,-s6';!."c.on.tinued',wisc'..     Carefully- scoop"; out the- yoiks.
Mash them.      '"���'.';."   ;."x '"���.-  ���'"���-:.'
The Michigan Agricultural College
has planned a system of wireless telephones which will receive messages
on farms at a distance from thc city,
thus keeping the. farmers'informed of
market prices and weather-forecasts,
and also'enabling them to listen to
lectures or music. \
Kidney 4? outlet are frequently
nautod by badly digested *ood
wiucb ��vcxloi��e these wcant to
elimineSo tho ira"staoi acide
icstoed, Help yoca friocoach to
properly digesS 4b�� *ood by
taking 16 to 30 dyop�� of Ex tract
oi Roots, ooid ����� Mother Sagei's
CcrstlW Syrnp, cuod your kidney
disorder wiJI ptotaptiy dso-
��ppe-tu\,   (Goi tiie genuine.    - f
Poor relations are almost as easy
to accumulate,as empty tomato'cans.
yon are not
Ing when
you - ivo JJr.".
Chase's Ointment for Eczema'and Sfein lrrlta-.
lions. It rellcvt-s- at once and gradit-
)Uly heals thc skin. Suniple tox l)r,
Chaso's liliiunent-free it you mention thls-
papt'.r anU'sentl 2o. cfomp for postogc. cms. a
box; all iloalcrs or JJtUuarif on, Buies & Co^,
LlrolteU, Toronto.
Cascarets" Tb-Night
Foir ConstipatsoR'
Just tluoki A pleasant, harmless
Cascarct works while you sleep and
has your liver active, head clear,, stomach swce�� and bowels moving as regular as a clock by morning." No griping or inconvenience. 10, 25 or, M)
cent boxes.. Children love this candy -
cathartic too..--
' FREEZ0^E-:
Coras Lift" Off
. with Fingers.
���-.5 o
^ ic sale wjiy  to'&enU nioncv  ny  mail  u tij
Dnnwriofi,   t'Nfirpss   Mofiev   nf*ler
���������  ���'���'"''. ������ -���: -M��..,i    ,ja-
lo use th/m according- to dii-'ectibna;
and- now '[ am'; perfectly ..well. .'-. .Bcr..'
.fore.'-''using, lhe ' pills." j never, weighed i'
100-lbs., -now..! wj.itrh 11.7, -and:feer'a's'
if 1-. were. yOiingj; although' I "am,"over j
66 years of-ago;",.    .   ���;���      '..-'.,���..    -!.
��� Price 50c a box ;n't- all' dealers =or
mai'ed. direct :oh. receipt of.price by
The ���T, ' Milburn/COi-Liiiiited, Toronto. Ont.
Shorthorns - to' the' Fore.
Ninety per cent, of the milk aiid-
cream supplied',to .the city' trade:.in;
Alberta, and ninety, per cent; of .the"
| raw material for ;thc-cheese" and butter, are produced ���'by . milking!.short-,
horns, according toa. siate;iricnt "made
by thc- Hon. Duncan'- Marshall, Minister  of  Agriculture, for- Alberta;
Laying C��>xatest
enough ;ter be otic
aniVuphere in;His woods.^ ' home  with you,  to-niKht.      Mrs.  La-i
vDorkin.turned slowly, a frown on; pt,cr is going down to the Settlement,' Gladstone Wyandottes Hold-A Lead!
his face.      "What, the deuce are  you
driving at, Pop?" he e*clainvd. "She
, don't   love   me,   if   that's what yov,
too. Shc has a sister there. You
si c," he frowned, "this thing is very
liable to bc���"
"It's liable to bc   some   messy,    I
In   Contest  at  Brandon,
At thc end of the seventeenth week
j in  the egg-laying contest at   the ex-
know," nodded Washburn, "hut f, fer   porimcntal  farm,  Brandon,  a  pen  of
one, am glad things happened as th.-y, White Wyandottes, owned'  by    Mrs.
did,  this artcrnoon.      If they  hadn't. & . c    it-,...   ~t  ri-j��.       "���    ���     .t_   i
,    ' ,        , -ii i     ���'"      .      '-A. 5.   Mart,  ot. (jiacstone,  is  in   the'
happened so, how would I ever go* a,     .       . , * ���
chance to help argue this question lcad m}h a total.of 471 eggs. .On.
with them outlaws? You'll ha.yc to, Feb, 27 a pen of S.'��� C, White'Leg-'
lehii.me.a.riilc, Dorkin,'* he finished,: horns,   owned   by'Arthur Rowclil, of
with a smack of satisfaction.     '-, I n,oUi����   ..^���,��^  tnrt ���.''.��" .-      i?
��� " t    t\ ' i ���     .��. .   r .'-r i     ���  tl. ���   ^.  i oranoon, - secured  1WJ percent,      Ex-
io  Dorkin   that  fateful  night  was    .   , .. v '
long in coming,' . At last;as day .fad-' Penmental farm pens have also,been
e'd-a'nd the long.shadows of twilight entered in the contest, but ihcu", per-
frcpt'-acirosls f6resls" and nills, ancf tRe formanccs are.not being coHnied in
whi5>-po,or;wiH , called;, through the, thcManitoba "competitioii "."��� One pen
scented dusk, .night  fell, a soft cowl   , ;     ---���. "v      ."���".��� , , .  -���������.f\���
of blacknrss'upbn th,e hooded World; tV*"?W. .lh��; ��Pe"mcntal-farm has ksid
V With  night "came; thV.lsilciu, 'alert^L567..eggs |n-:thc; 17. w.eeks;^;,^:;--;-; ; "' ,
watche'r'3'"of '"the'tr'ailsr^slipping 'froni'i--'---;"'"-���    ."-������'"���-"^ ,--':""-''''"".:" i'-X'.'-' ~-   '" ."'
.the Woutcr. Reserve; ;under.,cover| \*n&tr are^o*n��^doctors who neW
of darkness,-, and-seating themselves' , "-���������C ""���-. '; ��;. ; - :.���'- ; , ���-
'si!.entl>::dg:wh-.t"o^he.;-supper"ipre'parerd >,��*��.'*>"��*.!��'*<?��._'. Their work, is; to
foi��� tbcm briVthe.-big- table'.in;..the;caD.in'l; aid, ."the. .well; to keep ".welt" Th��y ,caB
'-'V Not, a - man ;ampn'g-. them ;bof{k,ne^-.themselves" :,"-^wJiti��is,,^iah"d'^;'l��Ve
that, this mtght/b* the last meal for''���'������'^;'''_~-:' ='��� - ->,iii;,*v���; 1,^_;-' ;��� *u.Li^i:��^
. .^hlmivlmt.realbed ihat^It^Whb^
'������:. 'J.^followers.,. wotj!d"Sght,'.. ...if''' nccessaryi,,^.;���?v3cin^,.;,- -_ ��� y ���-._. , ��� ������- :.:���-_..;.���-��...-
'" For :.eve'ry four, yolks' mix-together
one-eighth..- level teaspoon .. of dry
mustard,, the same quantity .-'of salt,
an'd-a-tablespoon pf, melted butter or
oil. Slix-with .tbe-egg yolksV Carefully -.packVt'hc .-yolks" back . into -;ilie
whites.      Sprinkle : with paprika.--'
In"' thc winter, when; .thc'-'lcttuce is
expensive, the ragged outside leaves
may .be;utilized. -. Trim- off any- decayed part and- 'then roll the leaf:
tightly as we do a -piece of paper,
when we want i"o;usc*,it'for'a lighter
.instead-of a match.-' -'  '���'
-With- a- sharp knife cut- slices
from thc roll-as ybu-'wouhl'cut. slices
from the jilly .roll cake. The result
.will bc. little -green "curlicues which-
may be-used as a garnish-or" as a bedding for salads.
Stops1 Hair. ���. Coming : Out,
.  Thickens, Beajatifies.
Drop a little "Frcezone" on an ach"-'-"
ing corn, instantly    thai"  corn   stopi   .
hurting, then shortly you lift it  right
off  with  fingers. .    It  doesn't   hurt's
bit.    -   .   -,
Your druggist sells'a. tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few'cents, sufficient '
to remove every hard corn, soft corn, -
or-cornibetwecn the-toes, and thc cal- -;
luscs,"without a particle of."pain.
\ Dye ' Old   Skirts,;   Dresses,, :,Waista,
Coat8.   Stockings,   Draperies.
.   Each .package of"""Diainoiid   Dyes" '
contains easy directions,   for', Jvein'g.
any article of" wool,-silk,'cotton. iin"<��n,-
or.   mixed.- gootls..  ...Beware!  '' Poor
dye   streaks,. spots, fades, and rums
material, by giving it a "dyed-look."
Buy "Diamond  Dyes" only..    Druggist has. Color Card,;*; "'-,..
Thc" tin fields of New South .Wales
had yielded ore worth more than
$56,(XM).ODO to the close of last year,
which set a new   record   for   produc-i Profit In Poultry Raising.
tlon" '     As an evidence of the profit to be
made    from . poultry    raising, G>. M-
A garden slug has been known to   Coinr5ei Dominion Government poul
travel    siit , feet    three inches in an'
A few.cents buys "Dandcrine;". After a."few applications ybu-cannot find
a fallen hair bf.:iny" dandruff j besides
"eye'ry.; hair-;- shows- -new ..life, yicor,
brightness. rhoreVolpr and abundance.'
is; only Genuine
.Cinnamon is. a species of laurel
I)**** Wtwatfl you "get iltkr- *JSB':.-''
try representative for Alberta, speaking before the Ca'gary poultry association, cited thc case of a farmer's
wife at Huxley who, last 'year, made
$1,000.profit from a.flock of 125 hens.
.Sunday island in :'the". Pacific is
really   the.   tallest
world. . -It rises. 2,000 fcct out of five
miles.-" of' water,' and, ia, -' thus,, nearly
30^f)0; feet; from base ;to aumBiit, :.
. Warning}     It's erlmtoal to take a
chance on any substitute for genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," presenb-
mountain in  the j ����*J��* physicians, for twenty-one yeara
and proved-sate-oy rniilions..". Unless
^California ^yirup of Figs����
'������= Child's Best;'LaxatiY-Q'X-.-
Calted His. Bkeff.
vrAcccpf. "California".. Syirup oi "PJr* :
-L-f..'-      I--*I.' ^-f-^     .'.t.--     1'-   . *-��'���'._   '   "���������.
you see the name "Baycr^. 6i�� .package or on tablets- you-are.not-'"getting.
-'Aspiring at all:;' ,ln< very Bayer, package are.'directions."for"- Colds,'- Headache-, Neuralgia, ;RheumatJsm;-?,Ear-- _,___..__,.  ,.........._..._,._r  _, ,..
acnc/.Tooth'ache,;'Lurnbago-''ahd'Vfof ��� only--��� look -lor ��� the'.. name; California.''
.:,,,";,.:;-   >f: =-  v..-/      ...; ^tablets -.- cost,.' few., c-nts.    ;Druggists,;your-child   is   having   the   best, ami*:
could .dare, anything, face,any thiEg on.;a}S0,seJi:^.larger packagrs. ... Made-in! most.;harmless   physFe- fbf"--'tKe''.'Ui��lo.--
a .day like this J /���.'������(..-"-"Ci>r..';-.:';-.-;lY,Ji'''^''.*pCanada.' .'?'; Aspirin .is;... the , trade: mark. ���\,s"tc��m.ach.";;.liyer-;/��Bdibov/elir--''-:Cn"il-.i:-"i
- .Wife.i-Con3C'���otfft^'wn^o"iic%-roiiii-.''"<'��'*iiste-r^d--: ���    Canada);   pi '"Bayer'---dxed-.-f"love;jits'*' fruity rVaste; ,^ Pull.
ii'v��'i- -"������'"������'--""' - 'j Manufacture .oi   Monoacetscacidcst^f   directions ���".on';'".each'.* boMl��."-;   .Yea *
fy    y'--:^\y.--yy '���;. VyX >y ':��"',.:,. ?;orS^cylica.cid.;:: X/i^'? s-JX^yvy ^c^;��ajr;^Hb^fV^;^.,;:; y-y $;
avw!KjBt%rt*?i��H �����:-���-<>-
THE    LEDGE,     GBEENWOOD,     B.     0.
T.        .     s*%
axation in v^ana
(Second Article)
The grand climax of the sbt months'
lessons is reached in this one. If one"
miss the significance" of the crucifixion;
The enormous sums of money required for the purpose of carrying on
the war necessitated the finding of new sources of national revenue not only
in Canada but in all countries. The money had to be obtained quicklyand
���Ini large sums. Existing sources of revenue were expanded to the full extent possible and existing taxes were increased. But that was not sufficient���
y^Mm,.^m^}^mM^y^. ?&���** a��j *�� the most Pan all thc prcceding ,essons are value.
they had to take the form of the imposition of direct taxea. ,css      h j8 not a matter of learning
It was of the utmost importance, however, that such taxes, while cap- t])e lessons'taught by a great teacher,
able of producing.large sums, should be so devised as not to place an undue) or ^3^ the examples of a great
handicap on the producing capacity of the people and the country, because; and good manj but of apprehending
It was of equal importance that the producing powers of the country should! the atonement made by the world's
be expanded to their utmost and every possible precaution taken not toi Redeemer. "
hamper or curtail production.
X- " The tremendous demand for war equipment and materials of all kinds
for the huge armies In the field led to an almost immediate expansion in
certain lines of industry,' demand exceeded production, and as a natural and
. ����-L
I. The Place of Crucifixion '(w. 33,
. M>- '��� ;.'���
They led him away to Golgotha, a
,..,������ .hill north of Jerusalem resembling a
taevitable Consequence prices rose to unprecedented figures. It was equal- K,, He was notcrucified within the
ly natural and inevitable that those men who were engaged^ in such lines y^- for hc was to suflfer without the
of industry should reap enormous financial benefits and amass great wealth
Thus arose the body of profiteers.
Soon there was a widespread and very popular demand that in levying \ ^hcn physical weakness made it ncc-
taxation for war purposes, the Government should specifically single out essary tha, some other should bear it
those who were making money in hitherto unknown quantities because of for Him, they compelled Simon the
the warv     Responding to that demand thc Governments in many countries   Cyrcnian to bear it.    In order that He
gate (Hcb. 13:12).    At first they compelled him to bear his own cross, but
imposed Excise Profits taxes. In theory such taxes may have been sound
enough," In practice they worked out very badly, and in many ways detrimental to the" country. In some cases they operated to discourage legitimate
business initiative and enterprise; they discouraged development and expan-
alon; they encouraged recourse to all sorts of devious methods for covering! He would consciously drink the cup
up profits, and led to wasteful methods in business and unnecessary expend'-! 0f sin to its bitter dregs,
tures under the heading of so-called expenses bf business. And in .the
cases of individuals and firms doing business' in a comparatively small way
but under great difficulty they were an actual cause.of embarrassment. It
is now frankly recognized that, Instead of taxing excess profits, steps ought
to have been taken to prevent their accumulation in the first instance.
Before such excess profits taxes were imposed In Canada some men and ged. Here "we have the fulfillment of
corporations had made many millions. In Canada a second blunder wa9 psalm 33:18. "They" parted my gar-
made when the first war loans were issued free from taxation. The way[ mcnts among them, and-upon my ves-
was at once opened for the investment of these millions, and of other ac-i ture they did cast lots." If they had
cumulated wealth, in the safest kind of security, at a high rate of interest, j DUt"eyes to see they could have beheld
and absolutely guaranteed from taxation, and consequently freed from lia-j a r0De of righteousness being provid-
bility to contribute anything to the upkeep of government or towards the |cd ;n His death to cover their sinful
might not succumb in death before He
was nailed to the cross, the soldiers
offered Him** a*stimulant of vinegar
mixed with gall.     Hc refused this, as
11, Gambling for the Clothing of the
'    Lord (vv. 35, 36).
It wa3 the custom for thc soldiers
who had charge of the crucifixion to
receive the garments of the one cruci-
..... ^%AST
i�� now made its
sqtias-e cakeis,
lhe tmmberof
cakes in a package
lias Been reduced
from six to five*
htit the five square
cakes ate equal in
quantity to -die six
round cakes.
EacVcake is
in wax
paper, insuring
perfect keegu-ttf
State Credit Shattered And Recdvti-
ship Has Been Suggested.
perfect bread"
E.w.cmm companv uwrrro,
v.~*t.9     TOtVQHTOtCAH      aaowraui j
cost of the war.     In a word .those best able to pay were relieved of that
responsibility and necessity.
Another step In the evolution of war taxation in Canada was taken by
the imposition of a Federal income tax���a field of taxation which had
hitherto been regarded as appertaining to the provinces and municipalities.
A"oper Income Tax is, however, generally recognized as being a fair and
III. The Accusation (v. 37).
It was customary to place over the
victim   of   the   cross. the name and
crime of-the   offender.     This   super-
N scription    was placed   over Jesus by
proper .method, provided the conditions under which it is levied and the p;jatc t0 vex'the jews. . He was their
machinery devised for its administration and collection are fair and just. ; In.; King. They had.long looked for Him
Canada, however, the methods devised for thc imposition and collection of'and now when He had come this is
thc Income Tax are such as to arouse most bitter feelings on the part of the ym% 0f'treatment they gave Him.
the people. The system is complicated arid highly confusing; the adminis-1
tration is .autocratic;' the manner of enforcing payment intolerable to a
democratic and self-respecting people, and the whole extravagantly expensive in operation. ,(. ..-.,',.���
Instead of a simple plan of administration and collection through existing municipal, agencies being followed, a most elaborate department was
created, employing a small army of men and women. The most minute
detailed information Is called for, and an outrageous list of penalties provided for even minor breaches in the observance of this elaborate scheme.
There are normal taxes, super-taxes, percentage-additional taxes, additions
for this and substractions for that, and penalties galore, until the proverbial
Philadelphia lawyeT would bc hard put to it to know what is required of the
ordinary-Individual citizen and what is not.
As a result there has sprung into existence a.new group of middlemen
who are reaping a rich reward in advising the poor bewildered citizen how
to make put a tax return and thu3 kci p himself out of the clutches of. a law..i
-he has no desire nor deliberate intention of disobeying. Canada's Income".
Tax seems to have been framed upon the assumption that-the' citizens of,
this Dominion arc essentially dishonest and.unpatriotic, and in not a few
instances thc tax is being administered in much the same spirit. All right'
in principle, thc Income Tax in Canada is sadly in need bf reform in its details and administration. . ' .    '
The Heart of a Watch.
The_' Balance-Wheel Pulsates Some
' 432,000 Time's a .Day,
Thc heart'of a watch is thebala.ncc-
wheel and. unless it is perfectly constructed and made to withstand varying changes in .temperature it will not
���pulsate accurately, and will soon causw.
thc watch to lose-or'., gain. On account of thc .'different' temperatures
which the-ordinary watch must with-
" stand, it is necessary for the balancc-
. wheel to bc made of metals which expand and. contrast at rates'which,'offset each other.      For this reason -the
-wheel- -is- made���of ^' finely-tempered
steel, while set'arounu thc rim in .such
a manner'as to preserve perfect balance are bits of-brass which act-as a
check upon thc/cxpansion' or'contracr
lion of the steel. When, it is remembered.- that .the 'balanceVwheel^oi. a
watch pulsates some 430,000 times a
day, and'that thc delicate-mechanism
must be adjusted to withstand changes
of temperature ranging . from .body-
heat, to' a number of degrees below,
zero, it'-will-bescen that-precautions
- such as-the iisc of at least two metals
-are ".essential '.to -the.-operation ,of  a
. watch,which will keep,perfect, time.
Farm Operations Begin Early. .
During, the -first week, in March
farmers began "work.on- their land in
several .parts' of .-.Southern Alberta.
Considerable, plowing .and" some hew
breaking has been done, notably at
Patricia, north -of theCP.R.- main
line, near Brooks, near Rctlaw, which
lies between Brooks and Lothbridgc
on a branch line, near Cayley on the'
Calgary-Nlacliod-line .of thc Canadian
Pacific Railway and at; several other
places.- Reports say the land is in
satisfactory.- condition .for working
and there is plenty of moisture in the
soil,     -     >" -\ - '���--''
-RlKumntism'.Relieved *n 1 'to 3 Days, :
South American Riic-timntlc . Reined) is a
womlcrlu! medicine'in thc treatment ol acute
ox- jntUimmatory '-rheumatism, chrome rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, and all ailments due
to- rheumatism ��� It often , evirca in 1 to -���}
days.' - At druggists, -       .   -   ,--.-- '-"..���_
IV. Two Thieves Crucified With Him
(v.;38>. \
This was another, fulfillment of
Scripture (Isa. 53:12). "He was numbered with the transgressors." In
.these three crosses we have set forth
a spirtual history of the whole
V. The   Dying Savior Reviled (w.
39-44).     .
This reviling was engaged in by the
passerby, the chief priests, scribes and
ciders, and the thieves who were crucified with Him. In their mockery
they unwittingly spake great truths.
1. "Hc savid others, Himself hc cannot save" (v. 42). This jest was
meant to show thc absurdity, of Jesus'
claims, but it demonstrated them and
showed the reason for His sufferings.
He could not save Himself and others,
so He chose to give Himself to save
2. If.He be the King of Israel, let
Him now. come down from the cross".
(v, 42). ' His refusal to abandon the
cross established His- royal claims.
The very fact that He did not abandon- the cross proves that He -was
what Hc claimed-to be for it was unto
the cross, that   He came. '
. 3.'"He trusted in God,'let Him deliver him now ,(v. .43). His refusal
"to. abandon thc cross proved God's
full delight and satisfaction in -His.
Son. His ob<dience unto death' was
the sacrifice which met' God's full approval- - . -, ' .
VI.' The -Death of Christ' (.v.. 45-50);.'
-.- 30-shocking-was* this -crime, that -nature threw' -around the.Son of God a
sliroud    that.'the    Godless    company
Our Strange Language
It Has Some Strange Twists When
You Gome to Think About It.
"When 1 go back to my ^country,"
said a Swiss lady, "1 shall, tell my
friends they must be 'up' to everything. Everything is up, 1 am roused up in the morning. ]��� wake up, I
get up, I button-tip my dress. Why
'up?' 1 button it down. Then I eat up
my breakfast, and 1 drink my coffee,
and then somebody washes t;up the
pots and cleans up the house. It is
all up. You lie up when you are ill,
and you saVe up, for many days. Your
English language is very funny. My
employer put his head in at my office
the other day' and said, '1 want you to
stop tonight' So 1 go up and put my
cloak on.- When he saw me he got
quite worked up. He said, ^Why-
have you got your cloak on? 1 told
you to 6top.' I said, 'I have stopped.^
Why  was he angry? '   I looked into
Failure of State Control In
���   Banking.
Liquidation of the Bank of
North Dakota means the closing
ot the only state controlled central bank in the United States. If
was organized as the hub of the
N on- Partisan League industrial
program, with a capital of $2,000,-
000 and deposits of over $26,000.-
000. rhie to its being the depository
of all state, county and municipal
funds by law.. For the last four
years it has been the: dominating
figure in North Dakota banking
Business men have always
doubted the ability of a state to
carry on a bank, build homes, ele-1"
vators and mills, and extend extensive credit to farmers without
getting into difficulties. During
the period in which the Non-Partisan League was' in power the
bank and the program flourished,
but with the failure of its political
banking and the inability to sell
its bonds it began to totter. Expectations of its failure were
common among business men some
time ago.
�� Relieved
A Situation Which Should Be Carefully Studied By Those Who
Propose Government Banks
In Canada.
The advantages of the Canadian
branch bank system are being more
and more appreciated in .the United
States. Floyd W. Parsons, in the
"Saturday Evening Post," declares
that money is cheaper in Canada than
in the U.S. because of the efficient
banking system. The collapse of the
banking system to North Dakota
is responsible for general criticism of
the attempts at socialistic financing
in that state which should be carefully considered by those who advocate government banks in Canada.
Bank managers, should post themselves on these developments as providing an effective reply to the critics
of  the Canadian bank3.���J.  W. T.
There is a lesson for the radicals of
Canadian provincial finance in thc latest fiasco of North Dakota banking
and finance. American bankers, both
East and West, during the week turned down North Dakota's proposed
$6,000,000 bond Issues, though tempted with a 9 per cent, interest rate.
"It is a significant commentary on
North Dakota's situation that efforts  V ^ blatant conspiracy knov/r, as
the Townley    Non-Partisan    League.
rarely tali   Purrly ���
vegetable ��� act
surely but gently on the liver.
Relieve, afte? ^
dinner  die-vi
tresa ��� re. ��*�� J|F*flL.LJS
lieve indjges.    IRsaggaaBgf^Ba
tion; improve the complexion���brighten
the eyea
SmaD (P05���SiaaEl ����se���Steal! SMee
Receivership for-the State.
The Wall Street Journal suggests
that North Dakota should go into a
What is obviously needed in the
state of North Dakota is a receivership for the state itself. The offer of
outside banks, possibly already committed, to finance bonds, of the state
"bank    is -paralleled- not by  the sol-
"Oral Hygiene" Lay
Education Series
Local -Ahaesthetico,
By Rca Proctor McGce, M.D., D.D.S.,
Editor Oral Hygiene.
The local anaesthetic is a medicine
vent financing; " of a"welf-governed, that temporarily takes away thc sen-
state,  taxed  reasonably,  but  by   theisation of feeling from one part of the
sale of receivership certificates for a
bankrupt corporation which has
floundered into enterprise of an increasingly visionary and speculative
On September 25 last our special
correspondent in the Northwest fully
handled the control of North'Dakota
to borrow money for thc state at 9
per cent, interest have failed, while
SouthjDakota sold $5,000,000 of rural
credit bonds bearing 6 per cent, interest in Chicago last month at a premium," declares the New York Times.
"What has been happening in North
Dakota is the outcome ol political interference with the operations of business and banking," says the New York
Journal of Commerce, adding, "banking is emphatically the line of business in which politics or political considerations do most harm and produce dangerous conditions most
quickly." ���
North Dakota's banking misery has
been further accekra'ted with the announcement this week of the 35th
state bank failure, the outcome of ja
situation that bears particular significance in Canada at a moment of proposed class legislation in banking.
North Dakota has learned the lesson
body,  leaving   the   rest   of  thc  body
with its normal sensation.     We uso.
the word "local" to differentiate thio
type of an anaesthetic from the "general"  anaesthetic, which   takes  away
the sensation from the entire body by
putting the patient to sleep.
The   first    local   anaesthetic    waa
He pointed out the inevitable conse-  cocaine      It was used with varying
quenccs: , success, but with a great deal ol dan-
"Every North Dakota taxpayer   is for a numb^r oJ Thc de.
now an unlimited partner in a    bank-   ,    ,...������,       ,      , .     . ,
to make large and devastating insolv-'slraD'll.ty   oi  a. local   anaesthetic  and
ency a certainty.   This is not to   say-,the danger of cocaine poisoning final-
that  the bank is insolvent.    But    the ly resulted In a series ol experimenta
state;of.North Dakota is moving   to-' t0  find 01I1 ��� the ^act  chemical  con-
wards  that  condition,      and as    the , . _,.     f . ,
Townley league owns the president of   t��>ts.of cocaine.      This, fortunately,
the bank {an cx-livery stable keeper),, was discovered and today we have ft
the  state  officials,  the  courts  and   a; substance called novocaine���or, to use
sufficient number    of   law-makers���a. the    pr'0J>er    government  word, pro-
condition  which makes  New  York s      .  ���     ~,.      ���      .     .      .   .    .     .,
Tammaay  under  Bill  Tweed, in   the   cainc'     Tbls Proca,ne ss what we ca."
early 70s, look like the merest petty   a synthetic product      A synthetic is
larceny���it  will work  out   its  inevit-i a chemical imitation of a natural drug,
able conclusion.     It is only a question j Procaine contains all of thc elements
o     imc ^ ^ | Q�� cocajn���   except the poison, and, in
It waa only a question of0time���of     .....        .,   . . .,   ���
less than five months,   to   be    exact. I Edition,   it   is   much   more   uniform
Under the auspices' of the vociferous   in its strength.     The results from its
Townley and his gang, the North Da- I use have been truly" remarkable.      By
kota taxpayer, which means the North l using proc;line) thc d-ntist is able to.
Dakota  farmer, was carried into en-i'    ,   .   - ���   ���   - , ���  .
terprises  of which he knew nothing.! take awa^ the sensation from any part
He was exploited in all of them.     It   of. the face or jaws that hc may de-
that seems to face some of our own   is.true that'Townley knew as little as: sire.
province    if    they persist   in   radical i
finance, that no one state   can    exist |
the dictionary, and 'stop' means 'leave\ a law unto itself; that sooner or later
off,' and hc meant me to go on."
Ladies Remove'Their Corns
In a Very Sinap'e Way
No pain, no trouble,  costs only  a
it""must come to a recognition of its
neighbor. Its behavior In the meantime must be such that its neighbor
will at all times���In feast or famine
���be-willing   to    extend the hand of
the farmer aboul the capable conduct
of solvent business. But all he and
his confederates wanted was-"sucker"
money. .They had no more concern
about the finish ' of' their enterprises
than Pohzi, Ferdinand Ward or "Get
rich quick" Miller.
Accordingly, the North Dakota9tax
fri-'ndship.    To-day   North   Dakota's' payer was plunged    into    something
'  '' '   euphemistically called "banking," and
skinned He was plunged.into.flour
milling, disastrously. He was indulged in  the "indppend nt" market-
neighbors refuse to be "friendly" be
quarter.      It is a very simple thing to   cause   of   North   Dakota's behavior;
paint on a small application of good' North  Dakota's neighbors refuse  the
old    Putnam's"   night   and   morning, i loan  that North Dakota needs.     .        , , ,.,,,,.,
To remove corns, to gei entirely free "A complete turnover of the State i,n? of T gT&m: aPd ���"������������ alike." on
from them, use Putnam's ��o"rn &! Government and abandonment of thc" P"�� and commission. ,, He was tak-
Wart   Extractor.  .   It   is  guaranteed, j Socialistic  program   would,   ii   is   be-
25c at all dealers. -Refuse"a substitute.
Naturally, He Felt Blue.
"What .are" 'your, hopes-for-the future?" asked" lhe "soJcnui. man. ' "1
have none.-just- now,", replied -" the
youth.. "Tomorrow is my girl's birthday,' and 1 am worrying about the
present."    -     ���"
lieved, restore confidence in North
Dakota among investors'and probably
nothing else would do it." comm-nts
Formerly the local anaesthetic was
injected with a hypodermic syringe
around the exact spot where the operation was to be performed But nowadays the .injection is made any point
upon the main branch of the nerve
���that supplies the area to be operated
upon, and the entire nerve branrh is
temporarily desensitized so that pain is
absent.".' The use of the "local anaesthetic in nerve blocking, as this method is called, was almost  entirely de-
rn into a chain-store   gamble   called,     ,       ..,- ,. A
"co-operation." and taxed,-going and! velop,'d b?  investigators  in America.
coming.      He was fleeced fd* hail in-.l Fortunately, we are now able to man-
,sura?-ce,"    Bolshevisr   literature   ,-and "nfact'urc in this country all of the syn-
,-,,   ���>,,     ���������  i. -       ,        , -     TJ1, "J3! teaching in" schools, public ownership1 .h/wlr   driic*   ihii
the Minneapolis corresnonden   of   h��l    ,-,   ^��    - v,.     ,-   \y   ���-   :       ,.���....      i !nfI,c   urugs   tnai
N^   York PTimes,  adding:   "That   is   tf^o^ Sotj^Zfi^'
Mothers���the surest.way of keeping
ew/York   Times,   adding:   "Tha!
something which North Dakota would
have to'work out for herself, without
��� Political Interference. -
North Dakota'3 ���" predicaments In
business and banking corneal an.op:
portune time to warn . possible sympathizers "with ,th<- non-partisan drive
in our Canadian West, for North Dakota's banking and ' business r'were
primarily, upsel ,by. political interference.     The banks are said not  to
He--has been squeezed, dry. If
the state Bank .of North Dakota
���which was.not.-a bank in , any real"
sense "of the.word.but merely a depository, of-.public funds,'using liquid
assets to finance non-liquid securities,
represented the state, as indeed"!; did,' made
the state' is insolvent if' the bank is
insolvent.-' Nothing but a virtna' receivership will show the North Dakota
taxpayer-.where he .stands'. When
our. correspondent "wrote, the -farmer
ire necessary, so
that we never again will be caught
with a. local anaesthetic famine, as
we were.at the beginning of the war.
could not gaze upon Him. -' -Darkness j'sweet.' :   Nine-tenths of all .c'hildhnWl.'
be insolvent   in  "the usual" sense.-but   cL0,lid  have .sold" his wheal  a?  better
simply -to be 'carrying lonR  term- and. ,nai1    ,,�� ' .do.,,a" " ?- bushel,, and his
.your. . little ..,ones__wdli. and.,, happy; J-0verdue.-assct3-'ob\aincd-in-.thc-effort .own-SoIvcncy might hjve_enaW<.Ldhirn
whether   it   is   the- new-born  babe, or   io sustain'the" local farmers .during a
-the growing child is    to.-'keep.-- their I pr-i-iocl of s tress;    According to others,
bowels-  p-gular-'and    their, -it omach ; there is in "the. North  Dakota; institii-
Rcstbratioii) In France,
-Extraordinary,  progress   has   been
by the-French in the restoration of. the .war-scarred area. Of
the 10,000,000 acres devastated, 50
per cent, has been, ploughed, and half
of this is actually under crop Practically. 3.000 miles of railroad have
be.en -re's'iore'd, and nearly 600,000
buildings   destroyed   have     b^cn     r��-
������ ".Common Sense-'Wins" Out.- -
"-'.'��� Consider cabbage.     That much-liked vegetable, we. used to be tojd,,was
.-.Utile else;',than'water, and accordingly
"bad.no nourishing   properties    worth4
.-' mentionmg-^it-wa's useful- -only.- .as
"roughage."; ' But now "'t appears, that
'.-'cabbage-is".strong.in vitamincs. Thus
;'thc instinctive judgment of "mankind;"
. which --'always"-favored.- cabbage,-' is
-preyed to , have.been better- than expert advice���which is not infrequently,
'the'.case,���Providence Journal. .
Winnipeg." Water Consumption,.. .
." Exclusive, of .89. million .gallons; of
water used-in street flushing, fire fight-
.ing and-for other,communal purposes,
thc city of;'Winnipeg consumed dutv
ing the last nine months of .1920 a
total of:fo"ur"a"h��l a-'q'uarter;..biHion and
forty, million "gallons".of"waYer,' the total .cost of which was $147,291 .according to a report by."theSu'perintcndent
of vVatc-rworks". to. -the civic authorities;-  ' -..'.    .       .\y '���:': -:- y- ".-���'-',
;" ;. Pleasurable TolL,
Soinc men rtcvcrwork-Jiarden^th'an
when, they-.are  doing, useless "things.
without pay."      ;'.: ;.'.;,.   '. ' -'���   ,.'-. ���.."-
was upon the.land at noon:clay.' Upon   ailments are the., result    of'  c'oggcd'.by, farm products
iions    a   good   deal of-paper, secured
at  excessive prices, i,-,    ,������- ���    - 7 -   -,, ��� .   ���        ,
the" termination of    "the   darkness - He :-"bowi lpanfl"'sov,r stomach. "^ The moMj'which" can    be liquidated'only i���" tne' P^J-^" -eaguers-so proudly boasted,
mi. iiiim.i.iiiviti ui  ,im,   uai-Kiicaa.  nc,.      ... .,. ,,     ,   . ,...   .  ,     i ...,    .  .,,. ' ; , . r   .- ' a   laboTatot.y   for,progress  and   frcc-
'li-was fooled to-the top of "its.
to keep his.leaky ship of.state' afloat.
But by his own "and- the. Townley ' p|ar-ed' by 3S6.O00 structures, leinpor-
wheat .-'pool   the-, farmer ���  himself   .is -"���"',
, ,     ���       ,       , - -   -ftry ,or   permanent.
larg ly   insolvent.-. ���.-. - - . ���
North. Dakota wSs not, as "the Non-   - . -  ���rrr~ _rrr'-'--'~    ,  jt
-,-i���,i ',���;,(,'o i^;���i"'.,-/.i^   ��\'i���- r-^,i   ;,���; necessary  and  ihr  best.- medicine, for i�� event' thai .these products -  return   to-,
Lucd with a loud voice     MyGod, my- Iitllc;on���'9 is-a,e>mlc Ihxaiiy^sointf-l.thoir oldhirrh-nnce levels-l-amo,! ��,n. I 4om'
oiv-s is a-eenfie laxative���-some-: their old high-price levels���a'most, un
;thiriR    that,:,;wijl relieve constipation;-! likely development.'.";. At' all ^events it
sweeten the. stomach and p: omote rest..-is'clear"'that..many banks'-in. that, part
'and natiiral's'leop,      Such.:a  niedkiine "of   the   state  .have    '.become   -badly
-is..'Ruby's Own, jablets.    ��� They. are...a   "tied jip'.' and cannot meet  their obii-
���irentle .biit V'fTicient1 laxative;  are  ab-"gations -a I; once.-'= -What -is  the.-exact
.   ^olutely-.-giiaran.te'id-free .from .opinfes. status . of. the; ' state's    own    banking
'sook. Hiinj-'turnedi. from'.. Hinr who had j or. other.'.iiij-urions dructs and " riiav." be-enterprises and interests there is said
taken .the'sinner's 'place.'    r",-' " -     ". j friven'i.o the'y^iinpesi i'n"farft'->vi-li per-1, to.bc-no'.'sufficicnt eyidehce to show.'"
'  "fec'i~safct-y   'They baiiish.coivstihhtion I-   -Though-  "unable '. to.- help-the State , 	
and -ii-idiire.tion:   break  upholds and'--Treasury-.-and-the    State   -Bank-  of I -��>"'-',���. w '��� ','' '���   , f;
simple -fevers And. give - tli;e. /haby. th.-it y'Nofjth. Dafipta ":at=-;this"";; time,'. - word"' WowM RestHCt ImUsUgratlOn
1'-. chil/-   cpni- s'-. .froni ' ftlinncapolis    that.- the
God; why hast' thou-_ forsaken'vine,?1
,'riiis-darkness was the outer ^sigh'of"
that .which'hung over'the' Lord, He
became sin. for'.'the. world, and-tlie sin
hid God's face- from. Him,    -God f.orr
_' -When, "'the price w��s':|>aid He cried
out with'a. loiid.voice,   showing.', .that
lie "still had ���vitalit'y-^thai ii is death Ilheaith'"-. and. happiius's, which
was'.not froin exhaustion,-bui' by Hio.: dreit sbouM-have
sovereign- will. \ '��� He yielded up;; the
ghost-,' sent His spirim-way. He died
of .1 lis sovereign".will. " He. died like
tip other inaii; in. all the world's history; He.'did;ii6t die'of a-broken
heart. ���'������'   ���'   ��� ''- ''   -- -���-���,-''.'. ���-"= .-. ' '"
ibent. ---B.ut-it. can perform a grea'i
-serviec.'.tp lhe .country in standing as
-a''warning'for all' time." The receivership for'-the town of Eliziib* th, New
[ Jersey, had an admirable moral effect
'on city, government everywhere. Jt
. i!s. to the ... country's cred.t tha? it is
I necessary to go'.bhck nearly fifty��years
to find "tfiat parallel
They, are sold bv;
triedic:n'c (leal.ers or' by "'mail .at-: 2S
rents :a. box'- froin. The _Dr Williams.
���Nltdiciric ���Co,,-, RVockvillc, Ont,   .-;   '   .
""Possiblo Ancestor'.'of :-Mah';-. -
..   The  skiill  of an -animal", which;  as
shown-by "the    tci th,,' unquestionably.
bankers-there_,arc'standing by  North   Quebec ' Meinbsr.-. Gives"  Notice    of
Dakota-bank's, all -which arc said -to be:
iriprc:,or- less embarrassed by. tfie. fin"-1
ancial -.deadlock.-   with'.the",;Rank,of:l
North" .'" =Dakota.  .Predictions"     arc'l
inade,'"ac'c'ord."ng. to;-'-the   New ;:'Yqr,k
Tiincs.-'th'at "tji'e-.virtual- insolvency' of
.'the Rank of' North-'Dakota,.and   the
closing^oi the Scaridinavjan-Ame'rican
;.��� Action-to Lessen Risk of Undesir-
- , ..- .    . able Arrivals.    -    '
Complete,   suspension    of immigration ."until .the- return  of normal conditions   is. urged   in   a   resolution   to
come before"--the-House at Ottawa of
A recent survey", of "farmlife condi- :.JapS Eager toLearnEliglish
t ion's in Arkansas by thcState College |
of-"Agriculture revealed two homes-in
-which the father did the family washing,;     "��� ..'.   --" , ���'"'- ������������;���'  '; .--' ;;   .    '-���'
Send for
Book of
��� and
"vkes every dish���eyen bread pudding
���li^ev'pogiri^y^^^'.c^^ren   and
groWh, folki3o   Rich j piu*es%hb.lesome,.,
;e<*onpmicai^;^. "'^yXxC-^y}^., 'X
\��fS y^pe^f^'aj^^Grooerey-;. / '{'�����:-��
'.-'>;t^.,cawaba'8tasch ^haaikv,'kovrtBii,''- Iry
towvk &r&tia toyru
which may therefore be that of an an-
-In's|st On'^Talking;. To", English- People   ccsl'or'of  ir.an,. "has." been fdug: up'/by
To Practise'Language.- '..the    Smithsoti    Institute    in . Central
Pnhe.tagcriiess of the Japanese .to' .'Montana. Bui the institute believes
learn, English,. Mrs. DcBurgh Daly in ; the: atitiiial was.not a monkey. N So
An Irishwoman' in,..Crina, '.gives an; far as is known there never were any
amtisinjj account. ��� She" declares that j monkeys living in what is now the
they will .pounce, on you at -railway United States.
stations  and  on! sU-a'mers; and   insist
belongs "to'thc great  raci- which  in"-"."Bank- o'f ..'Fargo, ';N;D./'--.will -^bringvthe'-' which" notice has.been given by A. L.
eludes ".ourselves --and ,MilotikeysVand;.^^^^n,^KC;rhaP^'.;?ne ih?.^ .Desa^nicrs -"(Champlain,   Quebec).
The-text-.of the resolution follows:
"Whereas"-the   question   of   uncm-
to;.;the. .thirty-five
-the   -Canadian
on talking with you in order to practise the new  tongue.
Sometimes, shc says, thc  questions
Churches Op'-'n All Night.
A    movement    is"*' afoot    ta   keep
. churches in New York open all night
they ask. are odd chough.    A Japanese.} (of hotI,ek,ss and jobless men. -Some
clerk accosted a tall. dVk missionary, 0, the churchcs are miI(Uy objecting
in   these words:  "Sir.-or  madam,  as | because poor boxes havr been op��?ncd
the case may be, what is your name?" ;am| comeri,s s[iJlon and other articles'.
And 1 have been  told ihat.a. placard;:v j ^r pirioinbd.---   But^in. the. rnain^
WM,;;��hi_bitcf. ;pn,a:;l,.tle,japanese|.th^ . lhu'rchei?,a'r?;w'Hl{h'g;.:a'n,a ii'^s^ L
house-setting. ;forth. that "English is. pVobabIe  liiaV/.coHce ^'and ^sandwichesj^
will, .be    served  in,the. mornings.
���banks" in '.addition
closed- so far.
-The;  elasticity- -of
braricH. bank, system"   becomes.; ..'morc-t ployment'. in'our'larg "ccitics -has be-'
'-than  ever - apparent  a?   ih'c'.resiil.t   of.'.'come- ".a   serious   problem;'   whereas
"the  North Dakota., bankmg. deadlock.   the    Government, "is    going to study
Properly -understood;     oomes    the-.     -   >.. -       -       .      " ,.-
New- York Tournal .of. Commerce,; th,s a��Mtionj wncreas in Europe Ibis
"the North Dakota:banking enterprise; social -problem, is just as, great a
ouirht to .educate the community for 'menace, as' hcire. and such being thc
years to come In- respect ;to' thc fun- c�� Qzrxzt*. is" exposed to' the risk
damcntal  principles !of credit .and its-    , .'. - , ,    .    ,,
^vfP'���e,on ��. , of receiving more or"Jess undesirable
��������� n'-  '- i ���',,      , ,   ���  ii.    immigrants.
"Resolved   that   within the .opinion
Grandfather smiles
^Kiie Baby tells Kim KovJ nke Kis
beard feels and how sweet it smells.
The secret is the morning wosh T?itri
Baby's Own Soap���the soon Moth.es
��scs for heiself and* for the children,,
Roses of France and other natural
. perfumes gix>e t/teir aroma io     e-\-a
. Amines �� Ptonsfcf
; Dog RrmediM ;-'
and   How   to   Feed
Mailed     Fret     to     t>����
'   Adir��ri��   bj;   ti��
H.    CT.AY- Ct OVTB
���   .00.   INCUS    Weil    3l5l-��re��riv
N��.w  York.  USA.'
of this House, all immigration
"should be suspended until a normal
condition of affairs is established."
taught -here" up ; to &"\;- "The ��� house
coolie'said :tp. mc^with;!a polite- br��-w,~
^..\yiH";ybu';h'aye some -hot.r���. vi;! dls-
covrred ;tha��' he.'meant to ask wheth'rr
1 wished the- atearn jheat to. be turned,
on! /; -;/������'"���;;'- ��� ';;.;vS^i-' -;-';; ^V'K ;v,';
y ..^:^5:W.'"':n.:,'-U*1359;:;T' y.\/.
Ncwi-/York , Cor respondent;.
'-"If ajriari,��s';!iiRh6rani'.'.he^!niay;le.a'rn1-'
but: if ���'-h**'kripw.a;. loo much "th erc/.is'.'nqV
hbpc",-lor;h,im.'. - jKJ- ���'"".""-'���'������" ;'��� -. -'������-;'���-',-"
back's Cotton Heat Compost
- ��� A snfe, mUable tvp*lat{n#
���'. vf>�� ivtttj). - 8u!d in  tbrva A���
frocs of fjtrcnglb���No,   I. SI |
to. 3. S3; No. i, %i p��r bos.
- Sold by Kit drofcitrUi. or first
-.-Brtpua  o��  yfwj^'ol  prt��.
?�����    jKunpiirl,       ��Nmi|
Mia&rdffl LmimeatRelieves;||esral��ia
Pulp and Paper, to United States. -
Th* American Consul at Vancoa-
vcr, British Columbia, reports ~ that
pulp and paper exports to the United
States from the province amounted
to approximately $10,000,000 in 1920.
The value of exports of these products to PhiHipine Islands amounted
to $195,260 as against $66.2o9 in 1919
TtfE coox FtE&fetfrs ��0^ i and  to  Hawaiian  Islands $26,100 U��
?**9*?ii,Ml. Hw*** Sta***    compared with $Mli io 191$.
Send for list of ingestions wanted
by Mamifsctarers.. Fortunes bave
been made from simple ideas.
"Patent Protection" booklet and
"Proof of Conception'* ob request.
:m ���u-1
'     :    I
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance,  or J3.J
when not paid-for three mouths or nioj-e j
have passed.   To Great Britain' and the
United States ��3., always in advance.    \
The Home Circle
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices.: $25.00
Coal aud Oil Notices ���.���,     7.00
'Sstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement 12.50
(Where more than one claim ap-   '    ;
pears in notice,  $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal'advartising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and . 8 cents a line for
each' subsequent insertion; uonpariel
Trntiscieiit display advertising- 5o"cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals 12J-2C. a line each insertion.
My. '
all   labor   is   noble and
A small spirit  never  built  up a
large town.
The  busy  man  does uot figure
much in the police courts.
A cow has two horns, but thank
goodness she is not forever blowing
All weather precedents and
���tr.aditions,.b.av.e gone., by the board
this year.   ���   ��� ��� v ���   ;������'-������
��� -Ixcloesn-'t -get you very far- to
draw'"four cards' when ' the' opener
Rtands pat,.
Your personal differences are
not worth considering if they interfere with progress. "
. .Education ought   to   be   more
handsomely    subsidized    in     the
, future than in the past.
Don't growl about the things
thatdon't go right���but don'.t be
satisfied with something that ..can
be done better.
A   plant   always - shows in ��� it's
.   growth and,form  the kind ,.of soil
it'is��� grown  in  and'the kind  of
��� care   id ..receives. ". Children 'are
���.human plants ;and  subject-to. the'
same-influences.-. -
-���-"���,.   ���-. :   .-: . .; BOY;  WANTED' ' '
���   Wanted���A boy who stands straight, sets-straight arid
talks straight;-  -
���A'-boy who listens carefully wlieh "spoken to, who asks
���questions when he does not uhderstaiid anddoes'not' ask
questions about things that are none of his business;,'
A boy-whose finger nails are not in - mourning, whose
ears are clean, whose shoes are polished,' and \Vhpse
clothes are -brushed, whose hair -is combed, and-whose
teeth^are well cared.for; ..���...,. ...:. IV '   . .... ..
A boy who- moves- quickly and makes as little troi'-e
about it as possible;  ' .      ...������-.,   ,:������   ...   	
A boy who whistles in 'the street but' not where he
ought to keep still; : ������   -   -...-.:. ....
A boy-who looks cheerful, ..has a smile .for everybody
and never sulks; ...-.   ������-
A boy who.is polite to .every maii. and respectful' to
every woman or girl; :
A boy. who does not smoke cigarettes, and has no
desire.to learn how; --        -���������'������
" A boy who never ' bullies  other  boys  nor  allows other
boys to bully him; ' ���    ���     ���   ���������
A bov who, when he does not know a thing.say's, "I do
not know" and when he has made a mistake says, "I'm
sorry, "and; when requested to do a thing .immediately
says,  * -I'll try'';- -'".'.' .........
A boy.Ay-ho looks, yon right in .the...eyes, .and, .tells ^ the j
the truth'",eyery tiuie;.' ." :i;.    ���::      ;   ": ;,_ :��� --���  :---;'      ��� -_
A boy.^Hyho' woulcl rather.lose his job  or  be .expelled
.from, school'than tell a. He; of' be' a ca"d; ���--  "������������������  .���������������>"������
l' "A'';boy  who is' perfectly . at  ease-in   the. company   .of
respectable girls;    ������_..'    '' "      ���  ���.  .      -     ���
A boy who  is  not- sorry -for  himself,   -and  not forever
thinking -and talking about himself; '���'"''". .   "' '
A boy who-is friendly, -with his-mother ":-and more
intimate with her than anyone else;
A boy who.hiakes you feel.good vyberi he is around;
A. boy who.is  not. a  goody-good}',   a prig,   or  a  little
Pharisee," but.just healthy, happy, and full of life;
,'A boy who is eager to read good wholesome books;
A boy who other boys-like;
This boy ��� is ��� wanted everywhere. The family wants
him, the.office wants him-, the boys and girls wants him,,
and-all creation wants him.. ���
...,-   Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone.,90.       Residence'Phone 69
.  6
Culameen l^otel
-'   One of the largest hotels in '
the.city.    Beautiful .location,
line rooms and tasty meals.
Nicely lurnislieil rooms, by the"
day, week or month   ���
. Nilson     -        ��� Proprietor
616 Vernon St.. Nelson
Brick building and finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -  Proprietor
."-' Tiieu'e should be spnie' method
devised for conserving the.'energy
wasted by some people in -keeping
away from worir.   '    ....,.';'.
"...-Fokmal"transfer of. all the-Imperial : Government property. Id
-Canada, to .the Canadian' Govern-'
inent has. been' made.-'..Now the
only.EritiBh property,, in .Canada is
.the.Prince of. Wales', ranch in"; Alberta, .and the country.,'- hopes that
property  will  stick -to-ifca/;'pre'sent
. owner. '��� ''���'-������''-  ' ���-.;...-" ���.    '..;   "-<""���:".;
Mining News.;
The Gold-;Kiug mine, .on the
Similkameen river,'north, of Oroville, commenced- operations last
week. An assay.of ore. from this"
property at a depth of eight feet
from the surface^ gave values in
gold, silver, copper "and lead' of
nearly $100."
For Sale or Bond
All   the   latest . methods   in   high-class
"���".'��� lldd BUiLDING-.  :-
* ���'  Corner Abbott & 'Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER   - -   -   B.G-
- ASSAYBR!';v.
E. W. WIDDOWSOis, ��� Assayer and
Chemist-, . Btix .biioS,... Nelson, B, C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
Jt.25 each.' Gold-Silver '$1.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Bead #3"00. Silver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges for other metals, etc., on application.
��� Synopsis itff
land Acf Amendments
-Mlnlmu'iu^prlce  of -first-class  land
..reduced to $5 an acre; second-olaM to ���
$2.60 an acre.
Pre-emption  now-confined; to our-
veyed lands only. ...-"'
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
ind which Is non-timber land.
���   Partnership pre-emptl6hs -abolished,
. but parties of not more, than four may ';
arrange   for   adjacent    pre-emptions,
.with joint residence,- but each making'
necessary Improvements on respective,
���  claims. : *:'
Pre-emptor* must occupy, claims for ������
five years and make Improvements to
. value of $10. per acre," including clearing and cultivation or at least 6 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not.
less than'3 years, and has made pro-
. portlonate improvements, he .may, be-"
' cause of Ill-health, or other cause, be. ..
-granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
���'������-��� Keoords   without   permanent   rest-...,
. dence may.be issued, provided appli-"
cant makes improvements to extent of
|300 per annum and records same each
year.   Failure-to make Improvements,.--,
or record  same will- operate as' for-,
telture.    Title cannot be-obtained  in ~
tess than 5 years,'and improvements-,
.of..f 10.00 per-acre,  including 6 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
-  of at -least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor   holding   Crown   grant ���'���
may record another pre-emption, if he ..
. requires land,in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, pro- .
' video   statutory -improvements   made
. and  residence  maintained on   Crown -
granted land. m
Unsurveyed areas,- not "exceeding it)'
acres,   may  be  leased  as  homesltes;-. .
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.
For grating and Industrial purposes
areas exceeding 640 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or industrial sites on
timber land   not   exceeding   40  acres
" may be purchased; conditions Include
. payment of- stumpage.
Natural  hay  meadows   Inaccessible .
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them.   Kebate of one-half of cost of.
road, not. exceeding half, of purchase '
price, Is made. y-, (.
V -   ACT;
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Reining Department
. .    TRAIL, BRJTISH ��OLjJMBIA_   .' .
Purchasers of Gold, Silver/ Copper and Lead Ores
Producers- of    Gold,   Silver,   Copper,   Blueslone.   Pig   Lead   and  Zinc
���tA^^^-teP-"*** �� ���-
r'.-  MONUMENTS"    ���
FRONT ST.,      NELSON,'   BOX 865
��� V^IA?^?��� t^nl'yand"."erY-
��**�� -with;HI�� MaJeitye Forces  -The'
time within whioh the heirs or deviJKS ���
fL*MH80*Mid Pr��-��mptor* mky app?y '
for title ..under.. this Act is  eiteMed
.uch  n0.rr.0^*" ^^ froin th". death ot. ���
V'i'arVterX S&23R&1R���"" ������ .
Trolct^.hl'"PrlVllW',B ��'�� -tiadS r^'
Provision for, return of monew ac
-  -   LANDi,-
Provision made for issuance of
Crown grante to ���ub-pufohM^s ot
Crown Lande acquiring^righta trom
purchaser", who failed * to    comSete"
Cbe Bumc Rotd
nelson, B.��.
The only up4o/date Hotel in the interior,   First-class
in every respect,
r .._   ..��..  i��iw  .to    complete
purchase. Involving forfeiture, on ful-.
nllment of oondltions of purchase, interest and taxes.   Where ���ub-purchas-.
ers do notolalB) ���*���-*	
eel, purchaee or
be   distributed
 j taxes.   .. _^,^ ,
era do not claim wh'oTeVf "otIl
eel, purchaef 5rIoe due anyitfee may
Iglnal par-
l proportionately   brer
:The Ledge has  always   room
for one more ad..' ;   -.
-    - /Between GQ0.-a"ri<i:80Q" men- 'have.
been - th rowii out. rtf work, as ' a '��� -re-'
. suit of-.the -closing. 1dovvn^. of. the
;.   British American   Nickel Corpora^
-_.--"- tion.mine.and s'uielter at Su'dbilry,
'���, Ont.,.--,last" month'for an -indefinite"
-.   period;/ This. ��� yvill    be   followed
- shortly -by "th e elpsi iig down of the
,  corporation's, refinery. Rt Deachee-
/.''iies,.:.arid ��00 more men. will-be out
,-, of/work .in  consequence,   says .'a,
; -.; Sudbury report;   -
Group of''four/' claims'.' near'
Greenwood," Gold, silver and
lead property. Main lead S feet
.with several smaller' leads running through property. Considerable development work has
been done, consisting -of tunnels
and . shafts. Railway goes
through one claim. For,further
information, apply to
..-   OLA LX)FSTAD,,'7
'-."';���/ Greenwood, B.C
,i f'eiici ugV'an d'>Nett in gi-;;lorS;poulirfe^
:-$Ji�� Gamliie-StA /;':4^;icpu;ver^d.,i;
' "Agents, for .Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers.-_Cadilhic ..cars,.- .Garage., in
.connection.   .. , -..".:  .:.". -, '.   "'--     -     -
���;���;������?    JOHN GRASSICK;: ';^
." Watchmaker and' Jeweler-  '-;'���'
-���'.;'.-  V QRAND FORKS/'  V." .., ''
JVIail-your  watch 'for  Repair and I; will
---'uiail it back. ' Charges' are moderate.--
.   .. ,; <:'At the^ extraordinary   meeting1
. of tho..Molly  Gibson Burnt.Basin
,..'���  Mining. Company,   held here   tHie
week, which, meeting was represet-
. ative of the-shareholilere,   it   wa"F
.unanimously" decided   to subscribe
*   to the extent that funds, could be
raised  with  which  to develop the
..mine.more- fully.    Following   are
; the -/officers:     President,  W.   R.
:..B.raaep;^;;yice���Presidenfe,  John ,B.
Singer;  General  Manager,   M. E.
-... Purcell; Secretary, Irving J. Trem-
.. bath;:Directors, M. E. Purcell,  F..
, H.. Ja/cobson,. James   Petrte. and
J6hn. Mcl^eeiy. -. -TKe Molly- Gibson
mine is located   near' paolson and
is.'considered by rminirig  men. to be
a promising ~gold= property.    The.
, con.Srol  rests  with;; local
. ��� Rossland Miner.
in long distance;' telephoning you get
. -service;' '���: ���
The'value of the telephone is not .only in. convenience,  but at- ���
- . .any time you can'reach anyone/ ypu want.-  Call. Long. ��� Distance,���
give name.and address of the' party wanted and "the-time at -which "���
,    y oil won li] like to talk'-,  and'she. will, do; the'rest.,   }je  Hie-person /
wanted /hr or near, travelling or at-hoine,". he, will  be. located'and- ;,
will bcavailableat the.app'oii'ited time;   !".���,--"      ',. :'.    -      =. .   ,
Long distance'telephone service'is'inuch 'more, compreheiisive
'than-one realizes. .      ',,--..-.. .        -       .      .   .
'^ 4> 4> 4< 4 4*'^ ^ 4* 4* r^ *$* 4*
���"���    *
....    ^
'..--��� *"
ej, C LOAT is not a periodic- j,
-}. *   .- al.    It is a  book con- j?
Jp  taining S6, illustrations all *���
^  told,.. and  is.. filled,   with *{���
,\T .sketches, and    stories   of. ��fc
*^/ western life.    It- tells how .��{��
T*. "a gambler oashed in after �����,
4��  the flush days of Sandon ;  T
^��  how it rained in New Den-  j
^  ver long after Noah  was *r
��    dead; how' a.parson took a: ��f>
.^ drink   at  Bear  -Lake.   in. e|��
4*  early . days;-  how   justice j,
���$��  was dealt in Kaslo.in.'93;  T,
��Je -" how ^the saloon ^a"n but-". T.
���5��  prayed the women in Kala-  ^?
��� y mazoo, and.graphically de-. ��Jb
^*. picts .the.  roamings    of   a  &,
H*  .western' editor among, the  _��
^��  teuder-ieet in the cent belt.  ^
ej��  It contains the early liistory ; *��"
et,  of Nelson' and. a romance 4s
����� "of, -the Silver King mine.-��j��
-T'rln;  it/are   printed    three-��j��
^western poems, and dozens j,
V': of articles,  too .-numerous J^
jl to men tion. .. Send>fpr one y-
-.*T :befo'r.e.'it ,is.'.'top late. "The. 4,;
-fy price''-is   50.' cents","/ post-"--��J��
��|�� '.-paiVl; to  any. part ijit .the ,��Jj*
^  world.     Address; all   let-
.j^ terB.t'O.     ��� ".'/":.
���j��    ���    ./, ���.      . .������-,   ....
QRAZINd.    * <
Gra*Ing Aot.-' 1919, for - iretematlo
.development 0/ llveeiock lnd^trr^J!
vldes for graalng districts indVange
- administration under Comm^iJneV
.Annual graulng. permits Issued based ���
on" numbers ragged (priority for 'established, .owners. - etock-o^er^~ma;������
form Association, for range i^naiK
ment: Free, or 'partially fFee.^bermlt.
for setUers,, oanipere 0/ trav^iij^lfj
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
;      First Class Caf^ arid Barber Shop
_      Steam Heated;  Electric Lighted.
RATES $1.00 per day aiid'up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats. ^
" ��V* *T* *V* *V* *T* *T* "a* *V*  m* *e*  9* *e* *e* *���* *e*      e"T* *T* *V"��*  9" *v  *V* *v* "
to; t��a
.(Excert Optician)   ,
K. W. c. Block       ���-��� "������-'/   Nelson
1 For Good
Auto    and   Morse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
���Economy and Satisfaction 3
combined with Promptness |
are the features which go to |��
make up the Service we give j��
our customers. Are you |��
one of them? * 3
-GREENW.pQDj.-B.- C-
Autos For Hire.   The finest
Turnouts in the Boundary
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace^ Livery Ind: Stage
.   K GREENWOOOD; B.C-    .
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADE R, Ppop.
Letterheads, Noteheads,       1
(Ruled or Plain) :~5
Envelopes, Billheads, 3
-   (All Sizes) ��� - ���        -   ��� -_33_
Statements, Business Cards, 3
Posters, Dodgers, Etc.^ Etc. 1
| The Ledge       PHONE 29      |
'^^ '�� ��fc.a��^h ii'^ae'^t
H     GREENWOOD        Job Printing Department   |j
���t* "^ *f* "f* *f* *f�� *^**l*.(f? *!* i^*;^*,��f:
$50 to $5,000       I
��� .*.
' A
-' *
.   *
���No better life investment available
���No better security obtainable *'
.   ~Sf-f"ot be fsk^ or Ie?ied upon for any cause +
:-- .. ���WiU b? replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed *
���-Not affected by trade depression        ..        ' .-. -..    X
>. ���Free from Dominion Income Tax'-.. '"'"%
'-;-.' rr^o medical examination required-.'.':- ���-,.'-.'-'��� --    *   -'
���:ma^rcha'sr y^:. ��l f.^^^t or.donidl^ in Canada;;.. |./i
'���" .'Any two persons may. purchase jointly- ���-������    ''" ^"'"A''���'-!"".-    '- -.'���.?".'-
' iS^tl ^y-P^^^^^ployees^-schcii boWds !w'":-Z > ^:
Jietr teachers--congregataons.fort:heir miniaters.- -' ���'. -"       '-.-'���.*..
V. MEGGltf:
Dealer in Farm -Produce,--Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, 'Fanii and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with me,   Have abuyer for good ranch
Dealer in   P^ecoud-hand Furuiture
.-    and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,-
.; .-Horses,   Cattle,  Etc.;"    . .'-
''������. ^e.?d: ?^?.a.V;.tP i'jour'-. frieuds at
9*$^ :.';���: X.ou'1'-.'c'an'>get'''-:'.them^.; at
:ThrLedge,oiG6ce '-���*��*
Tlie Mineral Province of Western Canada
l\X:. TO;END:"OF:;pECEMBER, 1919
.Has produced Minerals/valued as follows:   Placer-Gold, ��75,722,603; Lode
Gold, 8100,272,431; "Silver, ��50,432,304; Lead $43,821,106; Copper, 8153,680,965;
;.Other.MetBls  (Ziiic,.Iron,  etc.), $16,818,487;  Coal and Coke,   $193,123,323;'   *
. Bailding Stone,  Brick.. Cement, et<*����^29��991)757; Miscellaneous Minerals, efec,
$785,918; making ifca Mineral Production to Ihe end of 1919 show an
ggregate Value of $670,649,894
Production for Year Ending December, 1919, $33,296,313
..The   Miung   Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower      , '
than those of any other Province in 4he Doffiinioti,  or any! colony .in the  British
Empire. .  ���   " -    ,
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are  obtained   by developing such "properties, the security
of which ia gnsranteed by <3rbwQ Graibta. ."..-������-"
Fall information, together with mining Reports and'Maps,;may-be obtained.
tiSiby addreesingr��� ���;.'..-. \:'K '.-V;'V'~ ''~~.y'*:y'r.yy  :.
VICTORIA, Britfsfi


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