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REMEMBER
G. W. V, A. MASQUERADE DANCE
Greenwood, Friday, Nov. 10th, 1922   7
Everybody that is. anybody will be tliere
FOURTH ANNUAL
G. W. V. A. MASQUERADE DANCE
Masonic Hall, Friday, Nov. 10th, 1922
Always tbe btesrest dance of the year
THE  OLDEST   MINING   CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXIX:
GREENWOOD, B. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922.
No. 15
We carry a large line, ot
Hardware, House Furnish
Inspect our stock
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28.
GREENWOOD, B.C.
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Hot Breakfasts for Cold Mornings
Rolled Oats in 81b, 201b,.401b and 801b sacks
Quaker Oats in Tubes *    Cream of V/heat
Carnation Wheat.Flakes
Albers Buckwheat Flour
Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour
LEE & BRYAN
Phone 46
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FRESH CHOCOLATES
Full  Line  of
Neilsoh's Bulk and Box Chocolates
Just Arrived at
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GOODEVE'S   DRUG   STORE
NO MORE WET FEET
We have guaranteed
Rubbers to fit all the Family
..   At Very Reasonable Prices
TAYLOR A JENKIN
PHONE 17.
GREENWOOD
Ladies Attention
SALE of MILLINERY
 and	
FANCY GOODS
Great Bargains
Everything must be sold
Sale Commences Saturday
Mrs. Mowat will be at tlie store
during the afternoons until the
'    sale is concluded
W. Elson & Co
D. R. MCELMON
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
GREENWOOD ��� B.C
CHARLES   KING
AUCTIONEER
Real Estate
Insurance of every kind
Protect yourselves against loss
by Sickness and Accident
Protect your house and furniture
Call at iny Office Copper Street
Greenwood Theatre
Gray & Clerf. Procs.   '
SATURDAY, NOV. 4
Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
Katherine MacDonald Pictures Corp. "
Presents
Katherine MacDonald
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"The Notorious
Miss Lisle"
The romance of a beautiful girl who fights
the condemning but elusive shadow of suspicion and establishes her innocence in
the face of a world that sternly scorns her
6 reels 6
Also a Two Reel Christie Comedy
"Her Bridal Nightmare"
ADULTS 50c
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The Natural Wealth of Canada
Grain
THE Northwest "was a barren waste only forty-
odd years ago. Today, in a -thousand-mile belt -
across the three prairie provinces, is one of the greatest grain-producing areas in the world. For the year '
1921' "the total value of the wheat, oats, barley and
rye produced throughout Canada was estimated by
the Government at $432,984,750.
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The Bank of Montreal has a service adapted to the
needs of the farmer and a system of brandies reaching to all districts.
BANK OF MONTREAL
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Only eight days till the great
G.W.V.A. Masquerade Dance.
��� Mrs. 7E.-:VL.Kidd, of Grand
Forks, is the guest of Mrs. E. P.
Keir.      ~
Dr. G. H. Acres, of Grand-
Forks; was a visitor iu town on
Monday.
Mrs. W. K. Agnew, of Portland
Ore., is the guest of her daughter
Mrs. A. Legault.
Poppies will be sold at all stores
during next week, but they are
not to be worn until Nov. 11 th.
Mrs. E. M. Sommers and two
children, of Westbridge, are the
guests of Mrs. Mark Christensen.
Cash paid lor hides at Brown's
Midway.
Mrs. Wm. Walmsley has returned after a visit to Kimberley,
Castlegar, Rossland and other
places.
Mrs. T.V'Mopre returned on
Tuesday morning after visiting
relatives for several months at
Mallorytown, Ont, .7
C. E. .'Wilson, of Nelson, representing the Manufacturers 'Life
Insurance Co., was a visitor in
town on Wednesday.
The Banff Orchestra are now
on an annual tour and it is. likely
that they will be in Greenwood
on Dec. 8. Arrangements are
not yet. complete. -
Sam Johnson, of Rock Creek,
is spending a few days in town.
Sam now travels alone as be lost
his faithful dog in September
through being bitten by a rattlesnake. v
Rev. Hillis Wright .of Grand
Forks.-has been chosen minister
of St. Matthew's Presbyterian
Church, Vancouver. Mr. Wright
will take over his new duties
about December 1st.
Gasoline 50c. a gallon at Mc-
Mynn's, Midway.,
A big crowd has already signified their intention of going to
Masquerade dance on Nov. 10 th.
From present indications it looks
as though their will be more men
than ladies at the dance.
On Friday night of last week
one of the most enjoyable times
ever spent at the beautiful home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.7 Walters
was passed by about fifty of. their
friends in dancing, and music.
The -house, had been- previously
"fiseiHig^for dancing, = that is to
say all furnTttsr<^and nick-nacks
that were not act^lty-sfe^jjired
were removed, thus providing^
ample room for dancing in the
spacious house. The music was
supplied by Miss L. . Pickthall,
Miss Ivy Bidder, Miss'; C. A7
Stewart and -Miss E. McKiauell
all musicians of exceptional,
merit. Dancing was continuous
in the large." rooms intersperced
with', .vocal selections 7a nd
choruses. Altogether it was a
bright happy evening,..-
��� The-mildest October in many
years ended on Tuesday nigh t. .at
12 o'clock.,, and as.it was'-also'
Hallowe'en maliy-people were.up.
to see the.end of it; not; that they
were r anxious to. see it go, .7 but
pleasure and other things - kept.
them going until the clock struck"
12. Including May and October
we have had six months. of sum*
mer growth'thisyear, and.for the
next four or five months it will be
mud, or. snow; or. general; bleakness, and all that timewehaye
tb-warsn our houses, with coal or
wood. "It is just, the same with
life. We;have forty years of activity, and forty years'of-stiffening joints, rheumatism, hardening arteries and facial wrinkles.
The winter of life is quite as
long as the summer. The changing of this long .winter into^a
thing of beauty, and joj and happiness bas; been the crowning
glory of civilization and. culture,
for they= have furnished the
artificial glow.':';'.-'. 7'���/���-
-Pay sreur sabscristioa to The Ledge
Supreme Court
Considerable interest has been
taken in the divorce case of Chap-
pier vs. Clappier with L. Clery as
co-respondent, all of Westbridge,
which has been proceeding at the
Court House daring the past week
before Chief Justice Gordon Hunter and a Bpecial jury composed of
W. L. C. Gordon, H. R. Bidder,
Geo, Clerf, Geo. Gray, L. Bryant,
D. E. McElmon, J. N. Paton and
W�� B. Fleming. The jury asked
for the exclusion from the court
room of youths under 21 and of
unmarried women and girls and
Chief Juetice Hunter complied with
the jury'sreqnest.
W. Clayton, of Penticton, acted
for the petitioner and Jas. O'Shea,
K,0. of Nelson, in association with
I. H Hallett, of Greenwood, defended.
The story of a soldier of: France
who came back to the boundary to
find the affections of a loving wife
alienated, and bis own children
turned against him was unfolded.
The story relates to 1919 and 1920'
and the husband and parent, who,
turned out of the home in which
his hopes were centered duriDg five
of exile has,, since his disillusionment, a fortnight after his return,
been working as a section foreman
to earn the necessary money for
this action. '
Eight witnesses were snbpeoned
and the case has excited a lot of-
interesfe in this section and which
was followed by a court room
crowd of which, women composed
half."       '.  - 7
A great part of the evidence was
unfit for   publication.     By   noon
yesterday both sides had submitted
their case and during the afternoon
both lawyers   addressed   the  jury
followed by the  judge's  address.
The jury retired about 4.30 and
deliberated for five hours before
bringing in the following   verdict:
"On the- first* charge of adultery
against" the respondent we find her
guilty;     on   the   second    charge
against the co-respondent of having
committed adultry with respondent
we find him guilty arid assess'the
damages at $2,000."      : ;:
��� The^.Chief-vJustice- ordered- the
judgement .would  be. entered: accordingly with costs.. The custody
ofthe three youngest children "goes
to the petlBol^f,""lffiV"")ffpirey~ to "be
paid into court *to be distributed'
for the benefit of the three.children.
Anorder for absolute divorce, wag
granted./,. Xy' 7 ���'-'-;' ' "V._-" X--', V-.
There was a frost last week;
that whitened the grass, board
fences and buildings.; It nipped
the flowers a .little; and discouraged the rosebuds' in their plan
of giving us another mouth".,of-
beauty. 7    "7" -.-; 77 X ;V V '.-"- ' V
V j_7great' bargain sale of millinery and.fancy .goods; will ���-.commence" 76n. Saturday at Elsoh's.
store; Positively, every th my must
be sold. -Mrs. Mowat-will - be, in
the store during the afternoons
until, sale is cohcluded.:
The annual meeting of ,tbe
Greeriwobd Boy Scouts Association will be held in the Court
House on Friday, Nov. 3rd ".at 8
p.m.. for election of .officers,'arid
other business, AU interested in
this great organization, are urgently requested to be present.
Miss Ruby Goodeve entertained
at a Hallowe'en party about .20
of her girl and boy friends last
Friday night . Suitable games
appertaining to Halloween "were
played, while pulling taffy and
fortune telling created considerable fun. During the evining refreshments were served and' all
present re port.having had a great
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Midway News'
On Tuesday, October 31st, the
school children arrayed iu fancy
dress paraded the street. The
residents were chilled to the marrow when they observed ghosts
walking by, broad daylight. To
the tune made by cow-bells and
with shrieks rending the air, the
little revellers inarched to the old
school house and indulged in nut
and candy scrambles, games, etc.,
after which a hearty supper was
enjoyed. Great credit, is due to
Mrs. Macklin, the school mistress,
who undertook the arrangements
and to her assistant Miss H.
Thomet.
Many from this part of the district are planning to attend the
G. W. V. A. Masquerade Dance
in Greenwood on Nov. 10th.
The many friendB of Mrs. C.
McArthur will be pleased to learn
that she is making good progress
towards recovery.
Dan McNaughton wbb called to
the coast on account of the illness
.of his brother. He, expects to be
away all winter,
A Turkey Shoot will be held in
Midway on Nov. 4th, 9.30 a.m.
40 turkeys. Off hand and rest
shooting.
Nov. 25th is the date of the
Ladies Aid Bazaar. Don't forget.
Afternoon-tea will be served.
Mr. Sharpe left for the coast last
week to bring Mrs.  Sharpe home.
Boundary Falls School
Report for October
Nellie Axam, Teacher
No. on register        - - 20
Perfect Attendance : Daniel
Boltz', Helen Casselman, Verdun
Casselman, - Gladys Mitchell," Andrew Swanlund, Louise Swanlnnd,
Edna Swanlund, Annie Swanlund.'
Proficiency list.
Entrance class: Helen Crause,
John Crauae.
Fifth Reader, senior: Annie
Swanlnnd, Joseph Krouten.
Fifth Reader, intermediate:
Pupils absent during whole month.
Third' Reader: Daniel Boltz,
Jove Klinosky, Ajadrew Swanlund,
Helen Oasselnxaa, Annie Klinosky.
^ .Second Reader: Frank Krouten,
William Crause.
Beginners:     Louise   Swanlund,
Verdun. Casselman, Verona;7-Klin-
bsky, .'������Edna; VSwaniund,    Gladys
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.Receivers:"-.. Mae Mitchell. . X" -
��� -W..B.VCrause, of Kerr Creek,
has moved his family to'Boundary
Faiirwher^^
,.Oh Tuesday afternoon Mrs. .H.
Thomas entertained a number of
ladies at a Halloween Tea Party.
The house was prettily decorated.
with black -cats, witches, pumpkins and various other seasonable
emblems. .During the afternoon
the visitors cotnpetedjn l'planting
a garden," a game which caused,
much futi and required "consider-"
able.skiil.; ..Mrs,..; G. S. .Walters
planted the best garden and won
a beautiful bunch of yellow cjary-
santhecaums, Mrs; P.. E/ Crane
won the second pnze,.-a;lamp, reflector and .Mrs. J V A..-Fraser, was
the fortunate., booby .winner,Va
black cat for., luck. ..Dainty.' refreshments were served by Mrs.
Geo. Clerf atiid Mrs. T.7-Jenkin,
whilst Mrs. G, SV: Waiters and
Mrs.. W. B... Fleming, presided,-at
the tea and coffee - table. After
refreshments were served Miss
Lily Pickthall rendered several
well chosen songs.
WEDDING
HATTON-WILLIAMS
A wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Griffiith at Grand Forks on Wednesday, Oct. 25th, the Rev. Hillis
Wright officiating, when Miss
Gwendline Williams of Blenavon,
Monmouthshire, England, was
united in marriage to William
John Hatton, of Merthyrs Vale,
Wales. The bride who was given
in marriage by her uncle Ed.
Hatton, of Rock Creek, made a
pretty picture gowned in white
satin and georgette crepe, carried
a boquet of white carnations, roses
and ferns. She was attended by
Miss Muriel Spraggett, of "Grand
Forks, as bridesmaid charmingly
attired in canary silk, while the
groom was" supported by Harry
Hemming. The rooms w.ere
beautifully decorated for the occa��
sion, the ceremony being carried
out under a bell formed of flowere
and autumn foliage. The dining
table which was centered with a
three storey wedding cake was
decorated with streams of white
ribbon and pink roses. Mr. and
Mrs. Hatton left on the five train,
amid showers of rice and old shoes,
for Nelson. The bride travelling
in a gown"of nigger brown velvet
with taupe coat and hat to match.
After a honeymoon spent along the
lakes will permanently reside at
New Denver.
The bride and groom who were
both members of the Rock Creek
Dramatic Society and at the Magic
Pills Revue, Mr. Hatton after waking up in Spain had great difficulty
in keeping., track of his wife
Carmine. His many friend^will
hope that he will never have occasion through married life to visit
Spain.
The bride and groom were recipients of many beautiful. gifts
testifying to the esteem in which.
they were held. A kitchen shower
which comprised everything nee*
cessary to equip a kitchen. Other
presents included: Ed. Hatton,
chpque; Mrs, E. Hatton, household
linen and a cheque; David Clark,
cheque; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McLennan, suit case, dozen silver
tableworks and a dozen silver teaspoons; Mr. .and Mrs. E. R.
Martin, silver casserole; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Lindsay, travelling rug;
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Madge, cut
glass wine glasses; Mr. and Mrs.
O... Wheeler, tablecloth and bath
towels; Mrs;. B. Gane, stainless
steel knives,.-pepper ' and salt
shakers;. Mrs; 7 Bodman,-ehabroid*-
ered tea cloth and cushion covers;
C. Clark,-pepper and salt shakers;
Mrs. M-. Gane, linen pillow cases;
Mrs'.. Thorburn and Miss Gane,
crocheted pin cushion; Mrs. Atkinson , oil pain ti n g; Mrs. McKay. -
silver nut bowl and cigar tray;
Mrs. Bonnet, hand painted china;
J. Warrington, aluminum sauce
pan;7 Miss. Griffith, embroidered
table cover; Miss Elaine Griffith,
salad bowl; Mrs. Ottorbine. silver
meat fork;. Rock Creek Dramatic
Society, carving set; Miss Muriel
Spraggett and Mies Isabel Pittendrigh,. china  cream- and sugar set. -
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Services on Sunday. Nov. 5th
Rock Mountain, 11 a.m.
Greenwood. 7.30 u.rn.,
- The Service'on .Sunday evening will be
a-Thanksgiving Service. It is expected
that special musical numbers will be included in ."-the Service and the address
will be suitable to- tbe occasion,' There
"was a splendid- attendance last Sunday .
evening���but let us .make this Thanksgiving and Memorial Day���the best yet.
A hearty invitation extended to ciUzens.
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INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET
We carry only the best stock procurable in   . ,    .
Beef, Veal, Pork,   Ham, Bacon, Lard. Etc.
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Ro.m antic History
Of JThe West
History Being Made Here Long Before
Wolfe Took Quebec
Addressing a meeting of tlio Women's Canadian Club at Kegina recently, Premier Dunning spoke on the
subject ol' the early history ot" Saskatchewan. Some thought lhat the western provinces had no glamorous past,
said the speaker. That was not the
case. It may have lacked outstanding historical romance-writers, but
it did not lack history, romance, adventure, or chivalrous souls. '" If
older lands the other side of the world
had lacked literary genius, no glamor
would have been theirs eiiher.
Mr. Dunning asserted that long before Wolfe took Quebec, the old
Hudson Day Company was making
history in what is now the north of
Saskatchewan. Battles took place
time and again tliere as important as
those in Greek history, but a dour
old Scot was the only historian, and
ihe ransoms were so many muskrat
skins or beaver skins. Queerly, the
settled part of Saskatchewan in those
years were the lonely parts of the
province now. Things were doing in
those days at Fort Nelson, Cumberland House, Fort Stanley and lie a la
Crosse.
Only 50 years ago the Hudson Lay
Company's rule in Saskatchewan
came to an end. Their principal
forts bad never come south of Prince
Albert aid Battleford. At Battleford,
the old capital, the files of the earliest
newspaper show what the men and
women were concerned with in that
colorful period. Traditions and romances there are, if only a Macaulay
were here to weave the records.
Potatoes were grown at 'Fort Nelson
300 years before the Indians in
Southern Saskatchewan knew what
they were.
The   C.P.R.  came  in  the  SO's,  and
Saskatchewan   contribution   to   thc
development of Canada has been thai
system   of   co-operative   effort   now
found in so many    rural    activities.
For the future, there would be devel-
j oped  other resources   than ,those  of
I the top six inches of soil.     Along the
. border are 50 billion tons   of   lignite
' coal, while we bring fuel from Penn-
J sylvania  and Alberta.      The Governments are still trying fo find ways ol
developing home'eoal fields.      Southern  Saskatchewan has more  sodium
sulphate than any other land;   and   a
half section of epsom salts has been
found.     The north had   its   tremendous resources as well.
Premier Dunning dwelt briefly upon
the richness o personality that should
evolve if all the races represented in
the province cultivate their own best
traditions, and grasp the finest native
possibilities. Mutual tolerance and
goodwill was needed during the assimilation process.
To  Save  "The Victory"
Famous Flagship of Nelson Requires
Repair  Involving   Large  Sum
An appeal headed "Save the Victory," was issued by Admiral Sir F. C.
Doveton Sturdee, as President of the
Society for Nautical Research, on the
occasion of the anniversary of the
battle of Trafalgar:
"The Victory was Nelson's flagship
at Trafalgar. It was in her that the
great admiral conducted the wonderful campaign which saved Britain from
invasion. It was in her that he proclaimed the deathless message ol
Duty, and received bis mortal wound.
"Before Nelson's day this wonderful ship had carried in turn the flag
of Keppel, of Kempenfelt, of Howe,
of Hood, and of Earl St. Vincent.
Since these classic days she has stood
as tho emblem of that seapower upon
which the safety, honor and welfare
of the Empire depends.
"And now, with the unique record
of service on the active list for a
longer period than any other ship, she
is greviously in need of repair. She
has already been moved into dry dock
and everything that ingenuity can devise has been done to prevent decay
from spreading. But more than this
is needed if she is to survive. The
Victory requires to be restored immediately and this will cost many
thousand of pounds.
"Financial stringency precludes the
Government from voting money except for the necessities.
Germany Producing
Tons Of Nitrogen
Has More Than Doubled Output Since
the War
"Germany today is ln a far better
position to wage another war than is
Great Britain; England is dismantling
her ammunition plants, while Germany is increasing her production of
ammunition." This statement has
been made before the British Association by Dr. J. A. Marker, formerly
director of research in the Ministry of
Munitions.
Dr. Marker declared he was not an
alarmist, but simply recited facts as
he saw them. In 3913 Germany produced 90,000 tons of nitrogen chiefly
for .agricultural purposes, he said,
while the smaller Germany of today
has produced more than twice this
amount.
"At the end of this year Germany
will have at her disposal," Dr. Marker
went on, "an internal capacity for producing 200,000 tons of nitrogen a year.
This will make her entirely independent of all nitrate importation, and in
case of another war shc will have all
the basic materials for a gigantic output of munitions and enough fertiliser
to grow a large share of her food./
"It may be justifiable," he, concluded, "for the allies to allow our late enemies to put themselves in,so strong a
position so soon after the war, but it
may also be that those whose function il is to see that some, ai any rale,
of the provisions of the treaty are carried into effect, are not aware of what
is happening."
Nothing else known to
science performs the same
marvellous healing and dispels disease from the tissues
as Zam-Buk does. This
pure herbal balm takes the
fire out of a wound or sore,
kills and repels germs
and grows fine new skin.
Zam-Buk is acknowledged
China's First Native
Woman Journalist
Health cannot be looked for in the
child    that    is   subject to worms, be-j
cause worms destroy health by creat-1
ing internal disturbances that retard |
development and cause serious weak-1 China are beginning to
Believes She Can Help Country Most
By Running a Newspaper
Miss Eva Chang, daughter of an
ancient Chinese family, has enrolled
in the School of Journalism in the
University of Missouri. She was educated at a high school In Shanghai,
where half of each school day was
devoted to study of English subjects.
She will be China's first native woman
journalist, it is said, winning a
scholarship entitling her to. four
years' study in the United States at
the college of her choice.
The great masses of people in
read    news-
ness. Miller's Worm .Powders expel papers more and more, she declares,
worms and are so beneficial in their , Interested in social conditions in
action that the systems ot  the little, --- ... ,   ,
sufferers are restored to healthfulness,! her   country,   and   anxious   to   help
all the discomforts and dangers of
worm infection are removed, and satisfactory growth is assured.
First Person Cremated
in    U.S.
of the Victory is no transitory thing,
there Avere interesting times for the j She must be Preserved in order that
settlers some of whom made every j our children's children may draw from
article they used    except   nails���and   llC1'lhe same inspiration that we have
. they didn't use nails, but wooden pe7p>:'
:Nobody had money,-. bu,t.- everybody;
��� else built-his.house;1 an.rilie;well put
X in the .crop for 'the", sick'; The women
V/were made of splendid1 stuff;and-shap1'
-,.ed, AVell' tlie; destinies" of.their families.
���"..The fight "for-responsible, government, was going along in the west, as'
well as where, the - fathers7'of7 con-
��� - federation lived.    .The-records, of. the
N.'W.-T.,. legislature unfolded -'tal.es.7as
7tothat:.-7    .;... -7..-7.V   '  ';.'-'' 77
."' /In'.   1.9.00,,: Saskatchewan liad S0,000:
;, people. -.--In'1921, the population'was
' ". 761,000." "Never in lhe.;lii"s'tbry.-V>f'ihe"
' "world; had' such an "area: Dlled-.up .so
X rapidly,   and'.".with-"' so ..many'.'diverse.
7 nationalities..-   "With , .no. - wheal-  50-
' years -ago',, tlie;  province ".'this    year
, raised  250,0b0,6o07bushels.-     Growing
pains-there -'are. "��� with such", growth.
;   But/though-there, were "troubles," the
; speaker .knew." of :rio!r place   in   the
7 world 'where a young'.man or a- young
"- woman' hadti- better .chance."
1
. 7 The Kidneys \ >
7 Tlie office, man 'and the outdoor
worker suffer alike /from;derange-,
merits of tiie ;kidneys,. 7    . - :   ,-''
Backaches; and . headaches are
among,.the- symptoms. 7-'In .some
cases Bright's disease-., soon de-r
.velops, others suffer.'from high-
blood pressure until hardening of
the arteries sets" in.  ,
In order to forestall painful and
'fatal diseases prompt action should
be taken at the first sign of trouble.
; Mr. A. pVMacKInnon. Kirk-
wood,    Inverness, ... county,-   N.S.,
writes: 7 //..V'/^VV/V, ,:,- ���'���;
"1 can highly recommend ;Dr. Cliase'j'
.-Kidney-Liver Pills to all suffering irons-
- weak Hdneyi. I suffered from, kidney,
disease for a long lime." I may also say
-{Hat for three years I wu nearly always
troubled with headaches, and no-treat-
ment seemed to do more. than afford
temporary relief. ���' 1 was' finally fold of
Dr. Chase"* Kidney-Liver - PilU.- and
after using a few boxes was completely
relieved. I have also used: Dr. Chase's
Ointment with, .the 'best, results, .'"and
never fail Jo recommend these wonderful
remedies-. ;      - .''.';.���'���' :;'"-   "'
Dr. Chase's. Kii&ey~Liver Pills,
one pill a dose, :25c a box,.,all'
dealers,  or  Edmanson,   Bates'-;.&
Co;, limited, Toronto.
.drawn ourselves."
Old Naval; Agreement
Rush-Bagot - Treaty. Limited
'��� -Defence to Four,~SKips
- The, .-Rush-Bagot ; Treaty" of- 1817-
(which," according to present proposals,, is 'to-be." supplanted .-by."., a -new-
agreement between 'Canada' and the
United; States); contains some curious
^sidelights' on naval, defence of a-century' ago./- The treaty was-signed..-by
ihevx"epre"sbntatiyes of Great '���."Britain
and .'the. United States", on. April -28-29,
ISl?,./'. The/United States-^Senate ad:;
vise'd its ratification on April.-16,.18187
and. on.'April-"28, 18.18, a year after
signature, it was proclaimed.;7".
'it provides that: ".,'.'��� -.'���.- -:.'-���������
'. "The- naval. forces-. 16/be, maintain-.
cd...upon -the American/lakes by Ills
Majesty and,.the".Government' of-the
United States shall, henceforth-, be.
confined" to" ;the- following vessels oh
each side,-that" is to "say;   "   :     -     .
"VI7-Oil Lake Ontario, to one -vessel
��� not exceeding 100. tons- -burden arid
armed..with.one. IS-pounder. cannon. ..^
"' "2-���On tlie Upper-Lakes, .to two ves-.
sels' -not", exceeding like. burden -each,
and armed with like:foreel;:. '-.";. .7
���" "3.f-6n the/waters, of LakeVcham-
jilain, to - one' vessel;,.not exceeding'
like 'burden' and - armed /with" like
force. 7 '���. .'���'-..'���'���-.' 7V- V-. ."���' -'"".-"
���'-./'���"All' other armed; vessels-on- these
-lakes shall be" forthwith.dismantled;
and'no,other..'vessels of ,vvar, shall be
built or farmed. .''":-','7' '"" ,7-" -."-"'- ���*
": "The naval' vessels so/ to .be -limit-'
cd shall'.be. restricted to' such -services
is /will "in/no respect .interfere ".with
First    Recorded    Cremation
Took Place in 1792
The first person cremated iu the
United Stales, according to wishes
and desires expressed by himself, was
Col. Henry Laurens, one of tlie revolutionary patriots. He was iorn in
Charleston, S.C., and died on his
plantation near that place Dec. 8,
The value i 1792. His will, which he requested
to be opened and read the next day
after his death, was supplemented
with the following:
"I solemnly enjoin it upon my son,
as an indispensable duty, that as
soon-as .1.6'conveniently caii after'-my
decease,/* he:/cause". my "- body'to be
wrapped ..in.. 12. yards of low cloth,
and burned until" it" is. entirely con-'-
su'nied.-""'.    ---..-���" ' -=���-"-  "-"    .. ', "'.'.-
The request was .carried, out lo the
letter ,and was-the beginning of^.ere:
ma'tion .in America.-      - '".    . .    :,"
. Lake
Not  One of the  Firm
Negro Porter's Explanation Might:;
Have Been Misunderstood ,
Just after closing hours one day at
the offices of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., it was
discovered that some very important;
papers had to be delivered to J. P.
Morgan, of the J. P. Morgan Company,
and that there was no one left in Hie
establishment to deliver them except
the negro porter.
The importance of conveying the
papers was so great that it was at
last decided to immediately dispatch
the negro messenger on the errand.
Upon his arrival at Morgan's offices
Rastus explained that he must see
J. P. Morgan, of J. P. Morgan Company, in person, on an important mailer, lie finally reached the big financier's exclusive retreat and asked if
he was ,T. P. Morgan, of J. P. Morgan Company.   -
"I am," condescended Mr. Morgan,
"and who are you that comes on'
such an important errand?"
"Sub," replied the negro haughtily. "I'se de coon of Kuhn, Loeb &
Co."~3m\ge.
World's Rarest Stamp
Only One of Its Kind Was Sold For
$32,000
The world's rarest stamp, British.
Guiana IS5G, 1c red, was sold at atie-
tiou in Paris a short time ago for the
sum of $32,000. The stamp, the only
one of its kind, was in the collection
of the Philipe de la Renotierre, von
Ferrari, an Austrian nobleman, who
was reputed to have thc best collection in the world.
The collection was in Paris al the
outbreak of the late war and the
French Government seized it as alien
property and a short lime ago began
selling it by auction.
This is the highest price .ever paid
for a single stamp, but there are several other stamps at the auction that
China    in    its    present    transitional
stage,  Miss  Chang believes  she  can
do more by a knowledge of journal- j have brought high prices also
ism than of any other profession.
China has women's magazines, and
women's pages in its newspapers but
they are edited by men, according io
Miss Chang.
"I am more interested in news;
paper managing than in newspaper
writing, but I. must know how to
write for a newspaper before I can
manage one," she said, with a smile.
It Works Wonders
Go Colds, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, Weak Throat
When 'your throat, .'atlles, your
lungs and chest are sore, your throat
is stuffed with cold���don't fear consumption���use Catarrhozone and get
well. It clears the throat, stops
hacking, relieves tight chest and soreness in the bronchial tubes. To clear
away Catarrh of the nose nothing
could be better. Catarrhozone is
Nature's own remedy���it heals and
soothes���removes every form of
throat, lung and bronchial trouble.
,,J, Prescribed bv many specialists and
fluently; is..; soniethiiig77that: is-wen|US(ML)jy  thousands every day.      Get
"worth" cultivating....'-/-'-//-.-. '..-.'.  . -   ..    .'the dollar, outni; it', lasts" two months.
.., Too.few.of.us "read as 'much as"'we   Small  size.50c, trial-size  25c.;' at all
Take Time to Read
Books Provide Change of Atmosphere
and Relief from Monotony
The appreciation of   good    reading
is a mark of refinement,   and    conse-
British Adopted Wise Course
/,
Only
'"--Japan's Crown Prince Coming.
- It Is,possible-lhat the'-Growii Prince'
of Japan -may ..visit.Canada' arid' the
United-Slates", according fo Viscount
Mal'sudairri, master of .ceremonies "-in
the'"imperial -household .at.Tokio,-who-,
arrived.in Vancouver from the Orient.
The visit"probably, will be.made early
"in/-Uie'~ year before the'-.imperial ..wed-,
ding..." 7 .- ;"-'���_ '������_ '    ,. 7 -7 - 7 -""7
.Many a man'.who" gets hls.'.baek" up."
like a" camel "acts like a"bear!X-'X '���"'.��� '-
should; ..We "are so busy with.our social ties, our home, duties,' our business calls;, vvilh sports,"'the theatre or
other- forms. of- enjoyment. - that -we
hare -'no.- time7 for-reading! -And..yet
there is no'surer rest "from .the iuoiiot
tony of the daily grind than-, a book
wliich can take us .into a change "of-
atmosphere.-; '.��� ���_���'" -'.���'.;--'.";.".;;-- .��� >'- ;- ���,:
. ' We..���would-; all/bei'better ,for' taking
an" occasional excursion into new
fields. .Willi .'the winter .months-bc'-'
-fo're us," it-would be. well to; plan a
.course of reading. ' By .so doing we
"would7 lose- nothing;- but would ,gain
much���Oshawa" Reformer. ���'-".:.',. :.-
dc-alers'or the "Catarrhozone Co.,
froal.   '"L ' "     '   '���'.   ���.
Mon-
--'"".,"Widovv's -Mite, Brings' Fortune
.-. Reduced'to".such straits that she had
to -sell the "only.-'sccui-itV" she. possess-'
cd���a municipal ri")remium bond issued
at. $20���a .Chaleroi widow named Mns-
queliers look her .sole" remaining-1rea..-.
ure. So' thc,nearest -stockbroker fo'r.sale
at lhe current price-ol'-ihe day���about
j !jii.5. - To her astpriishnienl. the broker"
informed her tliat the bond bad been
drawn 12 years ago, and. was Nentitled"
to.'rt prize of ?30,00.6..-." -:" "....'.    '. - -:'
���.: If you. don't "use   "your'- head:
might as well have'it. amputated.
' you
A Bit About-Devil Fish/
..'Relieves Asthma at Little' Expense.
Thousands .of .dollars- have been .vainly spent upon remedies' for asthma'-and
seldom, ii'eyeiv^yith any-relief. ;. Dr.
J-.-. D..Kellogg's AslinnavRemedy,-despite itsassuranee.- of 'benefit, costs so:
.little that if is within'reach"jof all.. It
is -the national remedy, for.asthma' far
removed.-' fro m.-, J lie';" class of., doubtful
and. experimental, preparations.- . Your-
dealer can-supply'it. 7:7-   X.  ' .
Shipment Sent to England Meets With
Favorable Reception
. Two cars of Saskatchewan creamery
butter, .which was. sent to one of tlie
large; British produce-houses in England some weeks ago. met with a favorable reception on .the English market,'according to reports received by
i lie--Provincial/Department, of Agriculture: "- .This'-was" the' ilrst shipment
made .'direct: from Saskatchewan, to - a
'British, nrm.ciiuder. Government.-grade
certificate-tliis-year."-77.    -,-V    ',  .���';''���_
Saskatchewan \ is rapidly - -forging
ahead- iiu am endeavor to' become the,
premier" dairy,province of 'the/Dominion.'. 7 .Thirty-four - of.;;the . hfty-.five
creameries operating-in the province
are equipped, with -mechanical "refrigerator plaritsTatul. an" aggregate-refrig^
cration space'of.1;S59,070 cubic.feet.-.-
me
of." the other party."'
Record Milk Production
a:
nut
O'.you -'know, what- a Bat. is.?''--.-Stella, -.tlie..'Wishing Fairy,; asked
;.-one of hei- Brownies orie.,day.'at the-.End-b'tvthe-Ear'tli, ."and. do
���you know "what a Devilfish "71s ?'*" - -.'     .-     7   ''��� 7  ���'���-,. ">-':;.   .;
���' "" Pimzie, the most adventurous of tlie .four-Brownies, "always
'������ ,".'. -.7 lias an answer of some" kind for every question, so of.coursehe
'7 ;{;..-' '7-7,,;had one.ready.for this question, as lie ..goes away all the lime
on trips of adventure..-   ''--,.-    7 V '-,-' -V .;'- '     "XX ������,'.��� ���'-. '- V"   X'.'   ,'.    "X'X
'���     "Yes, I know!-'; he.cried, "a -.Devilfish'Is an/O'ciop.ijK���-one,,of iLosc.'cnorr
riious-sea crektures which have such long, strong, twining arms!" ��� ��� .77   .-7.  ,-
-7   ''.'Well,'-' laughed-tlie'Fa,iry,'7'!you; made the-.-very same mistake that-ever
. . .���������--_.  ��� s�� many people'make. -An Octopus-is an-Octopus7'ii-devilish, kind of a-fish,-
Ihe.proper.duties-o.f the-armed vessels  if you" .will,.but'no:f a Devilfish by name. -7 1711 telVyou just-what n: Devilfish
is," Stella added,- "arid'tdmake. you know exactly what' .it", looks'-lilto I'll draw
a. picture of it,for you.-".-.'',. - --"'.. ���' XX .. ��� "7 :. -" '"". '--.-',- -' "'���'���."'��� -'
;,,, Stella-picked'ii-blade;of grass \\iiichin some-strange.'ma'gi'c'.way,was immediately-changed Into'ii.fairy-pencil-in her .hands;;-' - -.7 "��� ���.. ���-V ���;..'.." "7
7 ;'"As.'you. sce;"-slie..ex'piained,7-"a -Devilfish js .ever so, "different-,-from .tin
Octopus���-another name-for a. Devilfish is a. Skate.' - 7 Perhaps you"have, heard
Of ifc by this-na'mc'.'"-.-- ��� ��� " .-'���'"'-. ��� ���'���'.'-'.. ���'- ��� ���"-'. : .- X ���'-, ' -;���"'���' ��� '7- X-'X-'-- r
. .. '.'You, must-.know",!' -Stella, said as'" she-'showed 'tlio. 'Brownies, the -picture
she hail drawnV'.thc-Devilfish", looks verytiuichiikea, lint, vhich.by'the way,
is pften.:called a Devllbird..-- 7They liav.e the same wide;'spreadnig.vvjngs; ;-���'
:- Tiie reason .'people so "often make-the mistake of 'calling .the. "Octopus -a
Devilfish .is" because, its life .and- habi'ts:- (which."I ha'yVaireadj' told you about)
are so awful-^-so diabolical, that.liumans instinctively And that name for it.
. "'-A- Skate {as' the real . ;. ���"-..-- ��������� .7
i Devilfish is called) is ��� perfectly harmless, and It has
been given this name si.m--
ply because it- reminds one
of-theVBat orT)evilbird.7,'lt
has;-'the7 same fan-shaped
and.'otits'pread wings'.;- It is-
funny',: to- speak -.of a'iish-
having-wings when .we ' always think of lliem as having fins", but if you came
close-up to the Skate in the
water and you got a good
look at it you would be
struck by the impression it
gives of some water ghost
with   . wide,; outstretching
gray  wings  stretching  out -; ���������-.-,
on either side. ' Its mouth as well as the outlines of its queer little, specter-
---.._    ";--'"prather's'""C6hso"l'a'tib"ri ���-
'. "P.'addei:, -   des'e  ..shoes    hurts
every step.-l take."  '���'.--;��� ...   ".
. "Then" take "longer .steps-,- iiiy-7 son,
and7-then ".'..there'.won't .be" so: ninny
hurts."' .- '���'-.:' -7"-���' - '���"���.��� X x'XX-' X
Fifty-Six" Cows "in ..Britain  Give;2,000
''   i'i     ..'-. Gail ions-in Year ;. XX
"'here  are-f!fty:six"" cowri^in -Great
Britain ' whiqh-' have, given'72,6(30 gallons of miik in;a'year,, .reports'   the
tondori. Daily'-Mail.   ; Two are Dairy
Shorthorns,  one' an "Ayrshire,  one' a
Red Poll'and the rest Britis.h"Fresians_.
N'ow a  phenomenal  British  Fricsian
gives every promise of being the first
3,000-galIon cow on record.     . ;'; ..7
���This    is    Brookside .,Colantha;7be.7
longing to;the.''IIache'.'he"r(]/;'\V6rthing.
Sussex..'.... In -728-17" .days ;.Co.Iantha' lias
produced���V2;6]5."gair6"ns;and she-is still
'giving-'eight gallons'a day.". "7   7 "''" ���
- The cow has a remarkable record.
.Ship-is eight years old   and   has . had
j five   calves...    In  her  whole  milking
[career, .'she    has ���  yielded : 9,0-15 gal-
I Ions,7 or ".'.'about  :;; 90,150-" pouridsV-
I something-like fifty-times--her ; own
weight.-.,-';, 77.7   ,7s,'"   ." .y- -������'','_,    i,.
'"��� In- 1919 .-there -..was - only, one ;-2.000-
gallbn .cow, a,-British'. .Friesian,;. in
this���'country." .7'Of-"fhe"fifty-six which
now., exist,-.:'four -' have. exceeded- ,;2,-.
500 gallons1- in1 -the'.y.ear7' ~y tyXX '���' X
EEyrLFisii ,
-'.;.-.''Did.the""audience"applaud?"XX ..."7:
.- ''App?a^d.'-'7;Ther-."--,niade ."about- a
much '.nqlse'as'X' ruhbef '.heelv '.on'7 a'
feather .mattress". ,7'V ---V --':" ���':. -..���-.-' ;';"-1'--,-;
like body are dimly outlined.on its under side, and It.looks far more interesting and weird than it really is." ,      .���������-'   .    ���"-.-'.-;.:*
- ;.',.��� ���/How.large do Skates, become when fully gro'-mi?". asked the ever curious
iPimzie:--..'-7  :-:'- '.;���'. y-\   -771.7.. 7 .7; .'������-:.' X. .y      ..--'.       - -;.'..���
; -"As .big-, as twenty-four feet .awc^&s," answered Stella, "and they often
we.igh.'as'much'as'.twp tons!" .'-..- -, '..:07 -. ..---'7 7 -7-���"��� ",.".   ..-"..,--'.     ''���"..-,' ,7  -.' ,".
X- '-'Pretty.-heavy,'for a'niere Fish'" exclaimed the.Browhie. .   .���" '--��� '-���-"'
:;'7.,'',-''Cbme,.boys,"-laughe,d.t.he.Fairy", "let's alKhaye-a-swim in the Get-titile-
Ppol and then-play hlde-^seek.l;-"Who wants.: to come... along?"'.. ,'7.    ������; '---.-'-..,
.- 7.;.7'I-.do!". cried.-Pimzie.-V,'"':'.. .= 'Xy... '"-V.'-'-. "77.'.'"';,-;���;:,��� V  -: '- Xx.,',   '���"."'���.:..-C--
77.'"So, do; I". laughed, Snookums. ;'X--:X'.;X'-,-.X.-li y'X V-"7-:" XXX.-iy. ���.':, . .;'������'-.". ~--y \
V:-"'."A.nd'ine,?-top,'';;Kinkaj6u.-said ungrammeticaliyl ���;���*....���'���'.-���"-'.'" '". -"Xy-X -"-'.'
Lazy Lorykins 7 was. fast asleep .':������'- The-Skate had. been ".too. much for,him! 7,'.
'" '-:-,;'-7:V-V7VV'V 7 J'-Vv7Coi)yrightVl922. -'���' V X'-XX'-^X' X>::'XX>-> :''i
.. It's-as'well to have-a song;in your
heart;- especially;, if.'.,you7'haven't
the .right-kind.of; a--voice. -' ������"
'._;;;:..;-RHEOMATISM?'-;V;-;,;
Health  is  tKa  Moit  Valuable  Asset
,You Have.   You cannot Afford to -
���:. '.7,77. .'Neglect it ��� V ��� -V .7 .-;..
'���"" Crofton,.B; 'C.^'T wa.'t.troubled top.
years wUU'inflammatory rlieumatism
"and rheiinVatic";
fever.-1'-tried.several' cures for
rheumatism, but
did not receive
any benefit from
any of them... -i
had .been ' in tbe
hospital for
months, being unable, to ��� walk. ' -A
friend adtis���d:TOa
to try Dr. .Pierce's.
Anuric . Tablets. '
After taking the...first bottle I began -
fo improve, and after taking- six
bottles I had no more rheumatism.
I think Dr. Piercers Anuric is the
most wonderful medicine that any
one can take .for .rheumatism. I
have recommended-these tablets to
several of. my Mends and they, too,
have all been benefited by them."-���
Melville "Collinson.'
"People are realizing that the fcid--
neys, just as do^th�� bowelg, needto
be flushed occasionally. The kidneys . are an eliminative organ and
aro constantly working, separating
the poisons from.: the blood. Uric
acid backs up into the system, cs7ub-
ing rheumatism, neuralgia, dropsy
and many other serious disturbances.
'.. This can be avoided by stimulating
the, kidneys to increased action, and
because of its tonic effect on these
organs any one would do well to get;
Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets7which are
to be - had .nowadays at "almost any
drug store, or send 10e tp Dr. Pierce's
Laboratory. In Bridgeburg, Ont., lor.
trial package and write for free, cost-
. fidehtial medical adyice.".-: -': ������-:.���
Handled 'Turkish Situation In
Way to Prevent War
Some critics^ talk as if nothing was
in sight except a little run-in with
the Turks, and that Great Britain
ought to be able to handle that alone.
But if war had come, there was all
too much reason to fear that it might
be,a tar graver job than that. Both
Moslem and Moscow loomed behind
the Turk. Europe was divided and
war-weary. Our civilization might
easily have bled lo death on the
shores of the Bosphorus if we had followed the fata! tactics of delay and
dribble. If such a world-shaking conflict appeared possible, the British
Government was surely right to prepare for an immediate application of
sufficient i'orce to prevent its spread.���
Montreal Star.
Saskatchewan Butter
A Good Sign "fori the  Future
Farmers -Clearing" Off ' Debts .Before
7.'V-.'7 Iviaking Nevy.Purchases-' ':..
'. Western '-farmers."nre- not "spending
money as- freely as tlie manufacturers
expected,'.'according.- to .-..a -Toronto
newspaper.'r7They"liareiseeri;so -little
money, in. the. last two-or three-.years-
that a dollar-may look larger to" them
than. ��� it' does - to '-other' people'.. ,7 Any-,
way- it.is a good sign for"' the future
that the farmers are" clearing'off .past
debts'before- milking, .new purchases.
The .western farmer.is a.good spender
when'he has money, that he:can call
his own.,-' One of these fine days he is
going,' .lo-.have, some again.���Regina
Leader.'     ""-..-��� -,;'"...-.     -  ,
Electricity In the Home
Of
Many. People Are Not Making. Use
^Appliances
An electrical trade newspaper published in Cleveland has just caused an
enumeration to be made of the number of electrical appliances used in
1,000-electrically lighted homes, ",,'rhe
figures follow: 725 electric irons, oPO
vacuum cleaners, 360 fans, 295 washing machines, 25T_k>Christmas tree cut-
fits, 120 air heaters, 125 bell ringing
transformers, 112 toasters, 53 percolators, A$ sewing machines, 16 ranges,
12 ironing machines, 11 dish iv&shcrs,
6 refrigerators. -
The -'comment of Mlie editor- -under
whose supervision the enumeration
was taken, was: "An amazing lack of
electrical  appliances."���Toledo   Blade.
MOTHER!
Move Child's Bowels wiih
"California Fig Syrup'1
~''~T).
- -Even- a.'sick child loves tlie '':'ruity";-
,-taste'of ."California  Fig Syrup.",..' U'-.
the. little tongue is coated.'orVlf.ynu'r :'
child- is list less,' cross,' feverish,, .full- of 7
cold, or has - colic,- ..a" teaspoonful will..' -
ne.vei- fail- to-.opeh tlie. bowel's.    - In" a-���"������-
.few hours: you. "can see   for ^yourself
ho.w thoroughly it' works, all-the' con-_   -
slipation xioison. sour bile and -wasl'c- .
.from ; the- -tender,/-Utile.������b<t\\;el.s,,an_l   ���
.gives'"."you...a well," playful .child again.
.Millions -of mothers  keep  "Califov-  -
riiii Fig7Sy.rup""han"dy:"' ""Tlfeyiichow." a"","
teaspoiiful   today .saves a sick child to-/
morrow.     Ask your, druggist fu. gcu-   -
nine'.'California Fig:Syrup''-w"hioli has.;:
directions,-for babies and 'chilin-on,' of
alf ages prinfied on- bottle.   . Mothe':;! .-.
You musl;Pi'iy "Calil'ornia"["o'r you; nia'y'1'-
gcl'.an imiiatioh fig syrup.'-/,,-, -'
Thnpioyer.���"The'boy i engago.-jiuiPt"
be strong.".-- .      '   .    - .     7. 7
.Candidate   for   job:���"Vm   (lie.
guv-nor.   -..i'.vp just .thrashed -- ���ho
other chaps; who were' 'wait ins;
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.7-: Who Helped the Turks? -'-;_..
-Turkey' was/" cru'shihgly defeated
in.the -world war"and exhausted .by' il.,j
Without .money or credit-Vil was not
believed-'lhat*it'.would'. be possible for
her to make war. But "make war she
��� did, and with terrible effect!v'eheijs.
Those who enabled her to do so must
stand-convicted before Die world-as in
par! responsible/for,the.awful fate 01
Smyrna.���Indianapolis. News.-,,        ',
Cardinal 7-VaughatV and Dr.-.'Adler,
the' chief. Jewish ' rabbi; , were'rieM
to: each .other ;at a' luncheon, "Now,
Dr; -Adler," said the Cardinal," ."when".
may I have lhe-' pleasure of helping
you to some ham?" The rabbi replied without a pause: "At. your' Em-
minence's wedding." ' A r"cj)ly that
for appropriate "neatness would be
harjl to improve upon.
New Eastern Canada Booklet
A new edition of ;the booklet entitled "Eastern Canada," issued by-the
Department of Immigration and Colonization, has just- been printed and is
ready for distribution. The.booklet
brings information concerning the agricultural opportunities In the eastern
provinces of Canada up to'date^
DAUGHTER WAS
WEAK AM
NERV
Doij't be so miserfy that, you are
afraid'to. laugh at your own expense.
A receipt for money is not.always
conclusive.   ���"��� ,  "
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Minard's Umm��n�� For Distemper
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Mother Gave Her Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Cdni^; ;
pound with Happy Results
Cobourg,"Ontario.���"Lydia E..:i?ink-"
ham's Vegetable Compound was rcc-; .
emmended ; to.  ine'
for. 4 my    daughter.,
She .. had'   trouble '.
every month which--
left her-In.a, wealc.
and nervous- condition    -with; - weak���
back" and- pain   in.
her-right side. She
had. these -troubles'
for three years and
frequently was un-
able. to a'tten d
school.      She   has
become regular and feels inuch better
since" she began taking the Vegetable-
Compound and attends school  regularly.���Mrs.   Jons   Tons,   Bali   St.,
Cobourg, Ontario.
- Every mother who tag a. daughter
suffering from such symptoms shonid
give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compohhd a trial. It 13 prepared
from roots and. herbs, and. can be'
taken in safety by young or old. it
has been use'''-nearly fifty years, anfl
many, xriany women owe ths'ir ?ood
health today to the timely 'use of
Lydia E. PinSham's Tegetahle Cota-
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Forces Of
Are Now Holding
Some Important Towns
THE KING DISSOLVES
PARLIAMENT
WESTERN EDITORS
London.���The Times prints "a message from Italy," without naming the
source, saying: "The Fascisti at 11.30
Friday night began a concerted action
on several towns. They no* are
masters of some of the, chief towns
like Florence, Pisa and Cremona.
Communications between north, south
and central Italy, have been interrupted.    : . - ,
"Everywhere in these towns they
deposed the slate authorities and assumed command. It seems (here
was no resistance and no conllicl,
except at Cremona, where six Fascisti were shot. Everything is quiet
in Milan, where there is a great dis-.
play of troops. There is no news
from other centres."
An official dispatch was issued in
Home on the serious situation there.
The rival elements are apparently
tampering with the telegraph, as the
first two sections of the official statement has not yet been received here,
although filed in Rome.
Signor Giolitti is receiving congratulations, according to the last
section ot the statement received,
which says: Giolitti, speaking to delegations headed by Senator Marquis
Disalusso, who presented congratula-;
lions, said Italy was going through! a
grave moment. All the forces of the
country, he declared, must gather ""to-
gether'to solve its' economic and financial problems, which otherwise presaged sadder days for Italy. - He added that the country possesses, energies
which, if properly handled, would soon
place Italy on its feet again."    ���-���  -'
Will Organize Fire
Investigation Bureau
Valuable Shipment of Foxes
Winnipeg.���A ; shipment of black
foxes valued at $250,000 passed
through here ori its way from Col-
pilts Brothers' fox farm at Salisbury,
N.B., to a new farm established near
Calgary. The shipment comprised
263 registered pups, worth $2,000 a.
pair.
ft BUILDING TONIC
I To those of delicate con- I
stitution, young or old, I
Is
cotts Emulsion1
is nourishment and
tonic that builds up
the whole body.
Scott & Bownc. Toronto, Out.
IFOOLISH TO LET
iHAIR^fflJT
l|35c"Pariderin(i" Saves Your
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Thorough Inquiry Is Object Of Eastern
Canada Insurance Companies
Montreal.���Incendiarism is responsible for such a large and growing percentage of fire losses in Eastern Canada that insurance companies are joining together in the organization of a
bureau to investigate all fires of suspicious origin and, where justified,
to prosecule-suspects to finality, it
was announced at the Canadian Underwriters' Association. Local heads
of insurance companies declare that
records show that hundreds of thousands of dollars tire being paid qut annually on account of fires which, there
is every reason to believe, were deliberately set. There Is actually evidence in hand, it is said, to show the
existence of a well organized fire bug
ring in Montreal arid Toronto, and further evidence that a rate of from ?200
to $300 is charged for "arranging a
fire."
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For Hiccups and Heartburn
Here Is a Good Prescription
Nolhing brings such satisfactory relief as slowly sipping a few drops of
"Nerviline" in sweetened water. Nerviline relieves those conditions that
cause the hiccups, just as it does sour
risings, gas belching and fermentation
in the stomach. For acute stomach
pains, bloating, nausea and similar
ills, rely on trusty, old Nerviline, the
true friend of every family. Sold by
all Dealers, 35c per bottle.
Protest Changing Date
Of Armistice Day
Veterans Want Celebration Held On
Original Date
Ottawa.���A protest against the
changing of the date of Armistice Day
hv-Canada was voiced in a resolution
passed at a meeting of the Dominion
Veterans' Alliapce. The resolution
urges "that the Government take immediate steps to rectify this change
with the expression that such change
of date is unpopular throughout Canada and certainly will never be recognized by the men who assisted to
bring about that armistice of the day
of November 11, 1918." The resolution is heing forwarded lo the Government.
An act was passed last year, it
will be remembered, bringing the
Armistice Day and Thanksgiving Day
holiday together on the first Monday
in November. This year the holiday
falls on Nov. 6, but war veterans
throughout the Dominion are in most
cases holding their armistice celebration on the original date, which is_ the
following Saturday, November 11.
MANIFESTO    OF    PREMIER    LAW
CONTAINS^NO REMARKABLE
SURPRISES        '       <"
London.���The King at Sandringha'm
signed a proclamation "dissolving Parliament, which had lived fou& of its
constitutional five years, and summoning the new Parliament to meet on
November 20. The country is now
without a Parliament, but has plenty
of candidates for the next one.
The only.notable event was the issuance of Premier Bonar Law's manifesto. This contained no remarkable
surprises, and the greater part of it
was devoted lo enlargement of his
policies outlined at the Unionist meeting which elected him leader. He
���proposes to abolish the Cabinet secretariat, which has been criticized as
expensive and unconstitutional by the
opponents of the late Government, and
to transfer British representation at
the League of Nations to the Foreign
Office.
He intends-to ratify thc Irish Ireaty
and call the British dominions to a
conference lo develop Empire trade.
There was no statement of policy in
the management of British affairs in
the Near East, and lhat is Ikiely to be
demanded by Mr. Bonar Law's cajn-
paig*aing critics.
The Prime Minister made his campaign speech at Glasgow, where, being of Scotch extraction, he had an
enthusiastic welcome.
P. J. -Murphy, formerly Editor and
Proprietoryj'f The Press, Daysland,
Alta. Mr. Murphy sold his interests
at Daysland to Mr. A. L. Eastly.
BANDITS SECURE $3,000
MASKED    MEN     HOLD    UP;   POST-
MASTER    IN   SASKATCHEWAN
TOWN AND SECURE   HAUL
Moose Jaw.���Two bandits, with
faces masked by handkerchiefs, held
up J. Wilson, Galilee postmaster,
early Thursday morning and -succeeded in making their getaway with approximately $3,000 in cash. The two
bandits, during IJjeir hurried examination of the ofiice, overlooked another
money parcel containing $2,500.
Officers of the Saskatchewan Provincial Police, hurriedly summoned
by telephone, arrived in Galilee two
hours after the hold-up. The ban-
"dits, however; had covered their
tracks successfully, and police "officers stated, that no more had been
seen or heard of the robbers.
Galilee, a small village about 38
miles south of Moose Jaw, has a general store and post office combined,
and an elevator which is operated by
the N. M. Patterson Elevator Company. Funds which were stolen are
stated to belong to the elevator company.
WILl INVITE STATES
TO   PEACE   CONFERENCE
Natural Resources
Problem To Be Subject
Of Conference At Ottawa
Bonar Law Congratulated
Canadians In U.��. Send Message to
New Prime Minister
New York.���The Canadian Club of
New York'sent a cable to Mr. Bonar
Law expressing gratification that a
Canadian���had become Premier of
Great Britain.
Tlie .decision to send a message to
the new British Prime Minister was
made at a general meeting of the club
membership. The resolution instructing the president of the club to
send the cable, was greeted with
cheers and was passed unanimously.
Commanderof Raleigh Dismissed
^Portsmouth, Eng.���The court martial in connection with the loss of the
British cruiser Raleigh,. off Labrador
on August 8, found that the charge
against Commander Bolt, of Mhe
Raleigh, that by negligence or default
his ship ,,was stranded and lost, had
been proved.
Commander Bolt was ordered to be
dismissed from his ship and be severely reprimanded. - '.,''   y
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NEAR    EAST    SITUATION    TO
DISCUSSED AT LAUSANNE,
NOVEMBER 13
Paris.���France, Italy and Great Bri-'
tain have agreed to Invite the United
States to participate officially in the
Near East peace conference at Lausanne, - Switzerland, November 13.
This decision was reached after a
week's discussion of the form of the
invitation to be issued to the conference. .. v
The suggestion to ask the United
States to participate officially came
from Lordi Curzon, the British; Secretary for Foreign Affairs. The . invitation will be handed to the State
Department in Washington, by the
French, British and Italian embassies.
Prince Postpones Visit
-   To South Africa
Finds It Impossible to Take Trip This
Year
Loudon.���Although, the Prince of
Wales is anxious to visit SouthAfrica
at' as early a date as possible, he regrets that it will be impossible dur-~
ing 1923, according to a statement is-
Riied~b"y~ Prince-Arthur "of ~C6nriaught,
Governor-General of the Union.
So anxious are the people of South
Africa lo have a visit from the Prince
that reports have been in, circulation
In the Dominion that His Royal Highness would visit them almost immediately. ��
Police Looking For Bela Kun
Geneva.���A warrant for the arrest
of Bela> Kun, former head of the Hungarian Soviet,-Government which was
dominant in Hungary for a short lime
after the war, was issued by the.Federal' Police Department." Bela Kun
is expected to be in hiding with "a
false Swiss passport made out in- the
name of Adler.
.  IMOMIItHMH
Admiral   Beatty   In   Motor   Accident
. "London.���Admiral-Lord Beatty was
in a. painful condition -followlng.'a motor -car.- accident -recently, when "it -was
.considered!;that his injuries-were'very
slight. The Admiral-.was1 "returning
from-a hunt'near Dorking, when,.in an
attempt to avoid a bicycle,, his.';.car-
ran into a ditch. He was severely
shaken, though, it.is understood, no
bones were broken. lie is still 'confined "to Iiis" bed.7' -7   '���������    .    ''������''.XX
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"Cascarets" 10c
Best   Bowel   Laxative
When; Biliousp
Constipated
GREEKS ARREST
EX-KING'SlROTHER
Ottawa.���The date of the conferences between the three western provinces and the Dominion Government
with respect to^the natural resources
problem is to be settled"after consultation between the three-western premiers themselves, it was learned here,
officially. Premier Greenfield, of Alberta, had been asked to arrange with
Premiers Dunning and Bracken to
come to Ottawa, and the date of November 7 was suggested as one which
would give the western representatives a week-encf for travelling.
Until the western premiers arrive
here the Federal Government will not
learn the attitude of the new Manitoba Premier, Hon. John Bracken, toward the position taken last year by
his predecessor in office, Hon. T. C.
Norris. - So far, Premier Bracken bhs.
not indicated whether or. not he will
subscribe to the ��agreement then
reached.
Before coming to Ottawa, it is expected the Premiers and other officials of the three western provinces
will confer, probably in Winnipeg, in
an endeavor to reach a common basis
of negotiation for the return of the
natural resources to the provinces.
The forthcoming conference is one
of several attempts which have, been
made in past years to solve this difficult problem, and in respect to the
gathering, members of the cabinci
here express a hope that this may
lead lo reaching a basis from which
a satisfactory agreement may finally
be drafted.
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To clean out your bowels without
cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Siclt headache, biliousness,
gases indigestion, spur, upset stomach
and all such distress gone by morning.
Nicest - physic on ��� earth for grown-ups
.and children. 10c a box. Taste like
candy. ;'' .7. '.'.-""
Ask For Lower Rates
PRINCE ANDREW CHARGED WITH
RESPONSIBILITY IN ARMY
ARMY   DISASTER
Athens.���The newspapers announce
that Prince Andrew, brother of former King Constantine, was arrested at
Corfu .on the charge that he contributed to the disaster suffered by the
Greek army in Asia Minor. He will
be brought to Athens on a destroyer,
and interned in the palace.
Prince Andrew -commanded one of
the corps of the Greek army on the
Smyrna front. After the disaster to
the Greek forces on that front he went
to Corfu, saying he expected to proceed to London to join his wife formerly Princess Alice of Battenberg. An
Athens message stated that an investigator had been sent to Corfu by the
commission In charge of the inquiry
into the Greek debacle to question
Prince Andrew regarding the charge
that, while he was at the head of his
army corps, he refused to execute an
order, thus contributing to the disaster. '       '     .
Keeping Watch For Bandits
Towns In Southern Saskatchewan Are
Prepared for Trouble
Regina.���Citizens in all towns in
Southern Saskatchewan close to the
international border are keeping vigil
through weary hours, in readiness for
a visit from the gang of bandils who
attempted to rob the Royal Bank
branch at Pipestone, Man. Provincial Police patrols and. special constables made a dash for Macoun, when
a warning was sent to Weyburn, informing Inspector Simpson that telegraph wires had been cut at Macoun.
A careful search was ma'de but no
trace of bandits was found.
Up
stomach misery,; /
gXs, indigestion
!
Tape's Diapepsin" 'Corrects
Sour* Upset Stomachs
at Once.
���: VI.
"Pape's Diapepsin"'is. the quickest,,
surest relief for, indigestion, gase3.
"flatulence, "heartburn..'.sourness,; fermentation or stomach distress caused,
by acidity. A few-tablets give'alniost.
immediate stomach.-. relief,. - .Correct
your stomach and" digestion now.fiJr a
few, cents. Druggists sell millions of
packages. ." '     -   .        - .7.
C.N.R.   Is  Asked   For  Cheaper  Fuel
Rate/From Alberta East       7~\
' Edmonton.���Cheaper freight rates
on coal as. a form of national service
has been ' suggested . to- the management of the Canadian National _RaiI-.
ways .by A. Chard, freight' and trallic
supervisor for the Albei'ta,. Government. ./.The-'.present tariff; of -?12.70.
per: ton'-frbm/Alberta mines io points
In. Ontario is shown .to. be. prohibitive;
and to be working seriously"-.against
development-of the. eastern market.
A - request, is. therefore made.-' that a
substantial-reduction in- the ton'rate,
be" put in.t67effect-.oh the Government
road; in order to, give an".'opportunity
for east and west- to connect,on the
fuel-question. .7 "7   7  "-.--;      ���''"'..-. '... 7
Forward Step iti'Surgery -.."
Boston, Mass.���The. most Important
forward step.in modern, surgery will
have been, accomplished" .with standardization "of.surgical -treatment, Dr.
Frederick-; H.. .Martin, of _.Chicago,
Direetor:Gehoral of.the -American College of Surgeons, declared here.' '""':-,
"7 Submarine In Port
." ��� Charbourg.���Tlie. French submarine
Roland ., Merilld,    abandoned  by her
crew in lhe "English ..Channel;, is safe:
in the harbor-of Guernsey Island,-
ge
In Britain
London'.���?Vi'th' the swearing -in of J would be carrying out- the recommend-
.Quick!.    Don't wait!      Every
.7 head started- with just a few falling
hairs ani a littie dandruff���but soon
^ the "hair- appeared thin, scraggiy. and
.then the,'dread bald spot.     It seems a
7 sin to let hair fall out or tolerate des-
' irucflve dandrufr when you can.tfuick-
- ly correct all such hair trouble with a
.-bottle of delightful Danderine.
Millions of men and women know
������;'-���<ihe magic of Danderi-e;  how it cor-
. vects   oily, --. dandruffy, itching scalps
..--and.helps the; hair to grow;long, thick,
'! strong and" luxuriant. "''-Danderine is
lit. Hon. Andrew Bonar Law, the new
Premier,' and .the members of the new
Government, a lighting speeclr>-by Rt.
Hon. 7David Xlayd George, the. former
Premier, and the issue bf a Labor
manifesto,, political stage is further
cleared for the- impending general.
bal-.l j election. The public has now been
placed in possession of all the pa'rty
platfonhs.
Premier Law is. expected to announce ail extensive reform of administrative departments .with the objects
of retrenchment.' '.'".' V."-' - 7 -.' "'"
"Tlds reform probably, will affect the
ministries of labor and transport, the
duties of which may be relegated to
other department with a considerable
;:-:'^lB.&;:IJqubr-Ques(i6ii v
Prohibitionists May.Ask Vote On Bone
-.. -'- - '���''. .."..p.fy i-2w    -"'...  7
".-Vancouver, B.G.-^If; the/. Provincial
Government submits a referendum to
the people of British' Columbia' with
regard to! the-sale-of-beer and light
wines ih hotels and cafes the .Prohibition Association will demand that.the
���whole question 'of (he liquor, traffie be
opened and ah " alternative provided
on the' -ballot for- an-absolutely bone
dry. province. ��� -'y ��� 7".-. 7/ "'"-
-This- was a"feature ^of the ' presidential/address-by' G',-6. "Buchanan to
200 delegates gathered .from all over
the'province to attend-the eighth-annua! convention.   -   -.: -".
UlS. Liquor Ruling
No American Ship Can Sell Or Carry
V Liquor, Says Judge .,
':.. New York;���United 7 States steamships .cannot carry or sell liquor in
any part of the world, Federal Judge
Hand held in a^.decision dismissing
the suit of two United States, steamship companies, against enforcement
of the Daugherty. prohibition regulation.- .. .- ".'-���  . ;'" "..V
The ruling,was laid down in a decision supplemental to the one rendered recently, dismissing the application of foreign ship lines attacking
the validity, "of .the Daugherty. holding
that no ship "could enter or clear from,
a United .States port .with liquor .oh
board.- " -..-  ,.."-. -.'  -��� .'" -'-' -y X -'   '.-���"
U.S; to Maintain Navy Strength
Washington.���-The U.S. must maintain the naval strength allotted under
the Washington disarmament treaties.
Secretary of State Hughes declared in
a statement on "navy day."   ,
It will be on this basis that the
United States would enter future
conferences or make agreements' for
limitations. "It would be folly to
undermine our position," Hughes declared.
A Brighter Outlook
Trade    Throughout    World     On
Grade, Says Expert
New York.���Business throughout
the world is on the upgrade. Dr. Julius
Klein, Director of lhe Bureau for Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the
Department of Commerce, declared iu
a detailed analysis of worid business
conditions before the convention of
the American -Manufacturers' Export
Association.
"Conditions almost everywhere
show decided improvement. The
outlook is better the world over, with
few exceptions," Klein said.
Earthquake Registered
Ottawa.���A moderately 7 severe
earthquake was registered at the Dominion Observatory Oct. 25th.' The
first preliminary tremors were recorded at 4.33 standard time. The distance to the epicentre was S.O00 kilometres, or 4,970 miles. Time at
origin was 4 hours, 22 minutes, 3 seconds, standard time.
Every  dollar   spent  in'  your   home
town is "a boost for the community.
JUDGE MURPHY ISSUES A WARNING
IN REFERENCE TO THE DRUG MENACE
-.V- -Supplies.S,hould.Be AII;British,7''
. Cape Town.���Sir ""-Thomas-,'Smartf,
Minister, of -Agriculture, in".the South
African Government/in an address to
his7 constituents,.' supported ".the view
that not'only-'the exliibits:-at.thB IMt-
isii" -Empire' Exhibition which is .to' be
held in 1924;' but^with-the fewest possible exceptions,. the "catering 'require'-!'
ments of tlie exhibition -should' be
drawn"from'tiie"Empire's resources';-'-'
. Extending T. and'N.'O. ���
-Torohtp.^Exceilerit- progress'' upo'ii
the work of "extending7 (he T^aiid N. &,
���Railway was; reported;!;by -. G.-. .Xee,.
'Chairman "of"' the -T.'.and N. O. .Board,-"
-when:.he.,pahi- an plii'cial ".visit'to Premier Drury.- -.'Mr: Lee. stated that of
th.e 70 miles authorized between Cochrane and "the railway's new -terminal i
at- Ne'wppst. 45 miles had already been,
graded, while the ;-rails -had been "laid
along 20-miles'of.-the'way.'.'  -7
.-���: Congratulates,Crew bf Bluenose' ,
. -' Ottawa!���A-telegram' congratulating
Captain Angus- Walters ".and- the crew
of--' the'' Canadian - defender .'��� Bliienoje,
was dispatched.to-Gloucester by Premier King; -on;behalf of the-people of
Canada..'', - ���' ' - '-��� '��� -". .;,,,'. 7
," Premier" Khig.congratulated the victorious cup defenders upon .'tlicir victory and.also upon th.e splendid spirit
of.spqrtsniiinship.they showed during.
the���c.ontest.        -.'-:..;,.' ���"---:
Ottawa.���Judge Enlily -Murphy,.of
Edmonton, before,tiie.Women's Canadian Club at luncheon here, ,300 women! being present/told that it.lias
been officially calculated that 90 per
cent, of the drug, addicts in Canada
"speak English, and that i)0'.per-cent.
of the peddlers of drugs are foreigners. She'asked if that was not sufficiently, serious to arouse patriotic Canadians . to assist in seeing .to ;it lhat
every step possible be taken "to stop,
the' manufacture .of drugs. ��� -,.. - -" ,
' .Her Excellency; Lady Byng of Vimy,
accompanies]!, by���, her secretary, -Miss-
Rachel -Walp'ole," was.-present at the
he'adVtable, -Mrs! WVE.-'Hodgins pre-,
cided!";. ;.-,- "-'���;;.:"--,;' "' -,'"--."< V.'
7 '-Unless-we strangle, the drug traf-.
fi'c;." said Mrs. -Murphy, ".the. drug traf-,
fi'c'will sh-angic us."-'. ; - .' . '. -7 ,
" Mrs.. Murphy visited /Hon:-, W: /L.
Mackenzie King; and also had a:conference ;wth;.F.!.W.--.Cowan, Chief! Nar-'
cotic.Director with the.Department,of
"Health"ok Canada.; -^'Statistics-quoted'
by Mrs.- -Murphy .'were -mainly ��� from
Mr. "Cowan's department, oi; .officially
from;.United' States- .Government- .de,^
par'tment's;.;- , '. - . .---. -.._-,'.""-'7��� / -7
I In Austria,-drugs used averaged less
* than, one-grain-per :capi.ta -per" annum.
In ��� Germany.'the":.pe"rceniage is'slightly
higher.---'.,'Other statistics of European
countries ran higher, while America
("not including Canada);, was'using"-72
grain's "per", capita per. annum.   7...  -.
'-. Brandy Under Lock and Key
New York.���'The-'"President. Harding" of the United States Jiue-arrived
from England,- bringing -" under., .hick
and key- five' gallons'.'of. brand.1:"; which
the captain' -had, to-, take-on.' bo'arfl..Jn~
Tilbury ;'dopks,-":Lopdpri,7, as' me.lidnKV
iri. order io -comply 'with British' Laws
cp.yerihg the; granting. ��� 'of-' clearance
paper's:--.'..,   -:;-.,.'. '.:������ 7 7..- 77..7 7'.   .--
Although the percentage is so high
���in the United States, yet the mainsprings of the trail!c are accredii ed
to Montreal and the Canadian Pacific
coast. 7 "Why," saked Mrs. Murphy,
"should the Anglo-Saxon race become drug; fiends, while Europe remains sober. She told how in the
United ��� Slates -last year, 500,000
pounds of opium had been used, not"
including'- the amount . which was
smuggled in. ���"AVe in Canada have
the .Drug-Act, and Manitoba is "the
only province with- a law restricting
traffic, in drugs.. '..Last year Manitoba
had a decrease in the convictions of
drug users.".;.- '!"'":   '-./.      - V"''
Mrs.. 7 Murphy "^stated' that -Mr.
Cowan!;, was-. her..[authority -. for thc
fact, that' .35 [people"-in'hospitals in
Montreal - died,, last , year; from'- narcotic poisoning: ���'���.''.'.'. X ���'
"'"I'm. too-good .a.ri. 'Anglo-Saxon lo
make .a" secret "of this-drug-traffic,"
said Mrs. Murphy. ��� She was glad to_
relate - ihat '= in--.lhe past:few'years,
the; "use of drug's; in Canada, had declined';' ������   7 ���    . '.-���'   : -   ;-.:-:'-'
��� . '���-. For Infants-and .Children. .
1st Use For Over 30 Years
i" Always bears-
I".    ' "; the/-:-''-
!' -Signature of
not sticky or greasy.  "It is the larg-.| saving ia  the;espense of administra-
est!"-selling hair corrective-and tonic, VfoZ      This, however, can hardly be
in. the world because it is not a hnm-
bv&l -   Get a bottle at any drug store, i
! regarded as a r
ations oi" the Geddes commission and
other economy suggestions during tlie-
-Coalitionf regime.
In general outlines, however, the
platforms- of -all the parties ^re
known. Perhaps -most striking in
this connection is the fact that, Lloyd
George, after some hesitation, joined
his voice with the leaders of other
parties against socialism and .labor.
The ior'mer Premier thus placed himself in line with Mr. Chamberlain and
Mr. Churchill on/t'hfs question, though
in'a somewhat less pronounced manner! ' He declares: -"'Labor is^against
social order, and we must contest'that
policy."   ��� ���"   , - -
He confesses he has no. election
slogan,-and this-is characteristic' of
the manifesto of all the" parties willi
Give your local, merchants a chance.
Buy. at home.
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Germans Attack. Belgian-Soldiers .
- "-Brussels.-r-A" party, of. Belgian "soldiers" has.been attacked and wounded
by German-civilians-6f- Homberg, -near-
Morse, Rhenish .Prussia, according to.
the Libre [Bclgique: -/..The--.iriiiii_.ry
police have taken lip" the .case,"V.iiich
has been represented' 'io the' ministry
of national defence.-'   - '      ���
Entries For Prize, Essay
Chicago.���More, than .600 "/students
at colleges in the United; States and
Canada have entered the contest for
prizes for the best essays on, "The
World" Movement" Against Alcohol,"
the Inter-Collegiate Prohibition Association has announced. Winners will
be announced at tlie international etu-
den' conference at Toronto, November
24 to 29,
��� :hcr it, the exception of the Labor>auy.;X
W. - N:   U". -"1144
-.-Release Canadian Ship
Washington.���Port authorities " at
New York were ordered by lhe Treasury to release the 'Canadian. s'chooneT
fementld,- -whose "seizure outside the
three^ile' limit by'the ��� prohibition au-
.thoriiies resulted:-in'"a protest. from
'ihe British Government. .���/'      '"*"" -
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-siblt' Underwe^^toffers you ��� the / best
. uhderwear^vakie |n Canada.-js^v
Buying/rwpol iST .enpime^^c^^titiesi
enables^mo'olD^in^jfe^^fe^pr ices
-Making' hundfeUppr thqu_' ands
^meh^s^ach^as^j/keeps down
of production.'"-, V    / ':y. |
The steady %demandl for-'Sjanfiel'
shrinkabie/p'ndei:We\r m'^ey^iy.! T    , .
of the 'dominion, t meansf. 7a jsreryv light
. marketing' expensed | \ \| . ..;...   y7W -'/
. Thus, gt&nSdd'i.ViiW
wear^ejireserits the best^uality an^the
.best, service jat ^��' los/est consistent/
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Made in conabiaatsons and two-
piece suits, in full length, knee
and elbow length,- and sleeveless
. for ines and women.. Staafield'ft
Adjustable: Combinations and
Sleepers fcf growing chilsJrca
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Fot eainple book, dwwiag wei^its aad featiires. write.
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^&iM��&zy^i^'ii3M .THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
L;: :'-':-.oq a year strictly in advance, or
7?.-,o v hen not paid for three months or
i>:'.. re have passed. To Great Britain and
���.-.?:..��� United States ��2.50, always in advance.
G. W. A. SMITH
Lessee
ADVERTISING RATES
LVlinqtiont Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Co-1 ���aid OU Notices    7.00
K.Ttnty Notices 3.00
C.--;-as of Thanks     1.00
CerUiscale of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
AU other legal'advsrtlsing, 12 cents a
Uae first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Tmuscient display advertising 50 cents
an inch-each insertion.
Business locals I2^_c. a line each insertion.
Wear A Poppy
The poppies for this disfericb have
arrived and will be on sale at the
following places:
All Greenwood stores and hotels.
Midway���E. McMynn and R. A.
Brown.
Kettle Valley���Mrs. A. Whiting.
Riverside���Rock Creek Trading
Co., and Riverside Hotel.
Westbridge���Post Office and
Hotel.
Beaverdell���F. F. Ketchum.
Carmi���I. Crawford.
Eholt��� G. McLaren.
Myncaster and Bridesville.
reatest ooo
IN HAPPY NOVEL OF THE
���    NORTHWEST
"Neighbours" is  Nearer  the  Heart
of Canada than Any Other of Famous   Canadian   Author's   Books.
Romance   of   lhe   Last   Great   Tide
of Settlement in Saskatchewan
Country is Big Theme.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pi eased
to have more money.
.IN FLANDERS FIELDS
Tins beautiful lyric of the late
war waa written by Lieut-Col.
John itfcCrae, O.E.F., while.the
!.,<:om] battle of Ypres was in pro-
7:77-, The author's body now lief
ia i'"];!ciders fields.
In Flanders Fields the poppies grow
K.U-, eeu tlie crosses, row on row,
'J'is2-. mark our place; and in the sky
':.'������:���:. i-irks still bravely singing, fly,
;������::.;�� heard among the guns below.
"���::<: :--.-u tlie dead.    Short days ago
'-:. c. jivci'l. felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Lo'-'t---! :tml were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders Fields."
Tak; up our quarrel with the foe!
To you, from failing hands, we throw
Tiie coicli.    3e yours to hold it high!
.;". y:.- break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies blow
In Flauders Fields.
Boy Scouts
Troup meets on Friday at
7 p.m.
CUBS
The Cubs will meet this week
at the usual place on Saturday
at 2 30 p.m.
Apples For Sale
Picked Apples 50c iu your own
boxes.
T. A. Clakk,
Midway, B.C.
Tenders
���You will never have to ask that
question, "What is Canadian literature?" again when you have read
Robert Stead's latest and, so far, his
greatest novel, "Neighbours."
There are few Canadians who are
not familiar with this author's former novels, "The Homesteaders,"
"The Cowpunchers," and "Dennison
SEMI-READY
Tailored Clothes
!   Men's Suits and Overcoats
Tenders will be received up to Nov.
nth, 1922, for the purchase of the Provincial Police office and residence at
Phoenix, B.C. The highest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
G. S. Walters,
Greenwood. B.C.
u e a year���for many  years to come
City sounds  shall  for a monieut
cxy  ���-.,- - --'..-,���.  -.-.---
isvul. waves to'listening ears-shall
::;iit'i   -   ' - .-'   " ... .7.'-' ���" -.--
>!civm Reqiiieuirra-Hyuin of-Peace.
'-help-us. "to OUR-'destined -work,".
^/���^>y;���;.''"'���'.���"'.'' 7":7-7':'V
. in.V did iheirsr-^we ,hbu6r-_'lheiri
to-dav'.'-' -"   '-���'���'-'   ���Felix Penhe.
,'".. Wear'a-Poppy;'
'"-'��� -:.;.'   Christian Valley; Vv
:. "W". J.   Galipeau arid" son, ofthe
v.;rarid. -Forks   Concrete 'Co.-.   Mir,'
7 '..viV.hViimre.arul '.George Miller'all"
- oi. V vn tid-' Forks,   were ..hunting iii
];tho Valley for a couple of. days.laBt
,7^eek.  ".-���'-.-'. "'������-'   ���''"'���    XX, ���-'���-...; ���'
.7 John-Cochran., and..son Robert
7 were in "Greenwood last .week.pur-.
.ViVvS. ng.lufaber'to iiuish- the'house
'"7Ir.7.(!\)chrimis-buii'drhg. -  .XX   -X
���:X '% E.-Kqi-rft." of"-��� Kettle- "Valley,
��� ���-'i'ire--,��fva>o- warden,'-' .was-.in.-the..
-.. "V'alV.y-.t'hifi-week." . '.-.-.;-  yX
'X-"- ;'_!,!.".!���(-������"���ave7.three. families., from
iXn 5 so u- cii in pi p. g in' the -'Valley.
.  ,Tbe  snow'was-.half;-.way" down
i'iio '.'"'"isliieVon- Fridayiast." '%-V
\TIu; fanners have- finished 'tak-'
��� ing iu their root crops.
','.7 '.:'E-i:.ii-ik-' Fettersoh. returned  from
;' ths-'iic'airie last week-.
Bids Wanted
Bids will be received by the undersigned until Friday, Nov. 10th, for extending the tunnel 200 feet on. the
Combination mine, near Greenwood,
known hereafter as lhe Eholt^ Mining
Company. ���
Contractors to furnish all material.
The lowest or any  bid not necessarily
accepted.
C. E. Bartholomew,
309 Hyde Bldg.,
Spokane, Wash.
Notice
Dr. 0. M. Graves, Dentist, will
be in Ferry, Oct. 31st to Nov. 9th,
and hereafter will be. there every
month, prepared to.do .'everything
in the dental line and make good,
t-can-fit!-the'- most>-difficult"-.cases
with; pi at.es; -y Co trie'and see-me. 7
McPKEKSQN!S GARAGE
". -'��� ��� GRAND -FORKS/ B.C. "'
Agent fpr'Do.dge, Chevrolet,- Studebaker,-
and Overland cars.'' Garage in connection.
b. Mcpherson V  -      proprietor
ROBERT STEAD,
Author     of     "Neighbours,"      "Dennison
Grant,"  "The Cowpunclior,"  "The Homesteaders,"  etc.
r , - ���
Grant." This new book runs true
to the Stead tradition of a good,
story, real humour, pure love and a
real idea���even some ieal mystery,
and it has more of the real atmosphere of life in it, than any other
which has come to us in a long
while. It is true writing, and will
add fresh laurels to the fame of this
already well-beloved author.
"Neighbours" relates how, two
families of young people, brother and
sister, neighbours, in a little Ontario town; neighbours, fifteen years
later on adjoining homesteads in the
Saskatchewan country, find life and
love. Their stories run smoothly
until a voung Englishman settles in
the community and upsets all expectations, including the readers.
But the best part of "Neighbours
in mv mind, and what makes it a
great'book.-is the picture ofthe people who make up that far-scattered
' "Neighbourhood" of. homesteaders,
"Jake is the old villain-who finds "lo-
-cations" for-the gullible newcomer;
- the "Snoezits" ave. a gaunt big-eyed
Polak "family,  who. live   in   a  cave
.that'tlie-precious live-stock may have
- buikled shelter���and the widow, and
the'Scotch family���and the weddmg!
7 All'-of/that is.vvriting of the finest
'tv'pe. and places this-Canadian book
. in high- order-among the best literature of to-day.      '.     ���     ,   -- ������-.
- "NEIGHBOURS,""a happy-novel of
"-"--the Northwest,' by Robert...Stead,
-  ' Hod'der & Stoughton,Toronto,.!.1...5
Famous Novel Picturized
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Astounded Sam
A negro charged with stealing a
v^afch  had   been arraigned before
'Tib'"court.-    The judge was not con-
���vincy-d that-he was gailSy and said:
,:Yo.a are acquitted. Sam,"
' 'Acqait-ted" repeated Sam donbt-
���Ca'ijV   "What's dat meanjadge?"
''���That's the  sentence; yoo are
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Still looking somewhat confused,
Sara said: ���'���Judge! do dat siean
I .hab fo gibde watch bacfk?"���
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ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSOM, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biioS, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
fi.25 each. Gold-Silver $1.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead J3.00. Silver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges for other metals, etc., on application.
MINERAL ACT
(FORM F)
Certificate of Imorovements.
NOTICE
YORKSHIRE  LASS   Mineral Claim, situate
in the Greenwood M'uiinyr Division of Yale
District,
Where located: Horse-Shoe Mountain,
Main Kettle River.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, David G. Smith, 01
Grccnwood, B.C., Free Miner's Certificate No.
S4950C, iutend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Section SS, must he commenced before the
issue'of such. Certificate-of. improvements.
Dated this 21st day.of September, A.D. 1922.
Send Your
BOOTS  and SHOES
To
GEO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
TKe 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material  guaranteed.    We
pay postage one way
Terms Cash.
The Consolidated Mining & Smeltin
of Canada, Limited
-Office,' Smelting-and Refining Department,
.    TR A IL, BRITISH' COLUMBIA.;.'.," ���.'.
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Pbf chasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
-.: -Producers -oF Gold,y Silver,. .Copper," ��� Pig .Lead.-.and Zinc
7 V>.'V77.7-V'7 V7<.;-'"71"'-xA.DAHAC".BRAND'"'^^ 7r"' '.Xxy X'-XX
Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
Minimum price of first-class land
reduced to $5 au acre; second-class to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted ' coverihg
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes and. which, is non-timber
land.-- = '���".-' :i 77:
.'.'Partnership;!pre-emptions abolished
but parties of notmore than four may
arrange ��� for*'''adjacent- pre-emptions
with joint residences, but each making
necessary improvements on respective
claims.
Pre-emptors must' occupy claims
for- five years and must make improvements to value of ��10 per acre,
including clearing and cultivation oi
at least 5 acres, before "receiving
Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor. ia occupation, not
less than 3 years*, and has' made" pro-
portionate'imprpveinents,- he.may; be'-
cause'.pf ili-licaith", pr" other cause,'' be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and. transfer.his claim.- 'X'
" Secbrds without permanent residence'
may be issued,.-provided-.applicant
makes improvement to extent of $300
'per;'annum--'and records same.' each'
yea'�����'.��� 7K<"h'n- to make-improvements
or "record, same wiil.'operate as' forfeiture." -:Title-:cann6t be obtained in
less than-5 years, and improvements of
310.00 per acre, inclu'dirig'S,acres cleai:,
ed-ahd cultivated," and .residence .of at
least 2-yc"ars are'required. V V V:
.7Pre-emptors: holding.'.Cro.wn' Gram
may record nnbther-pre-emption,' if he"
requires land, in conjunction- with'his
-farm, .without actual occupation. pro;.
yided - siaiiitoryv-improvements made
Jand;..resilience., maintained. on7.Crown,
gra'uted land.       '..   -_   V 7 ' "
Uusurveyed areas:not" exceeding720
acres, may be .leased as. homesites; title
to be obtained after fulfilling.resident;
ial and improvement,conditions.'
-��� F.or grazing'-and'.industrial purposes
area's exceeding ��� 640- acres may be
-leased by one person or.cbtcpauy.' '
7"'Mill, 'factory or industrial sites on
.timber land hot exceeding 40 acres
may-be purchased;'conditions. include
payment of stum page. 7- -'.-, " ���'-.,'. X
���: Natural-'hay. meadows inaccessible
by,.existing'roads may :be' purchased
conditional upon construction of-a road
to them.'; Rebate of one-half of cost of
road,..not exceeding half ,of purchase
price'' is made...,- '."-'
= PRE-JEfflPT0RS'7Ft.EEl.GRANTS ACT .
. The'scope of .this Act-is enlarged to
include all persons j'oiniiig and serving
with.liisMajesty's Forces, The .time,
in'which the heirs or devisees of a.de-.
ceased pre-cinptpr' may apply for title
under this act is-extended -from one
year from the death, of such' person, as
formerly, until, ohe.ycar after, the conclusion of the present war. This privilege is made retroactive. ��� ''.X-'X
No fees relating:to pre-emption's/are.
due or payable by.soldiers'.on j��re-cmp;
tions .recorded after' June; 26,.. 1918.
Taxes are-remitted for five years..-''
Provisidiis'for return of- moneys ac-
.crued, due aud'beeh paid- since August
4,1914, on account o'f-pay meats,-fees or
taxes on soldiers'pre-emptions. '-
Ihterestori agreements to purchase
town or city lots held'by.,members, of
Allied Forces, or "dependents, acquired
direct or indirect,'remitted-from enlistment lo March' 31st. 1920. - -'
SUB-PURCHASERS  OF CROWN LAND
-Provision- made " for-.'insurance of
Crown Grants to' sub-purchasers" of
Crown Lands,' acquiring-' rights -from
purchasers who -failed to complete purchase, involving' forfeiture' on' fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest
and taxes. Where sub-'purcha.sers do
apt claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may be dis--
trib'uted proportionately over whole
area. Applications must be made by
May 1, 1920. ...
CRAZING
Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic development of livestock industry provides for grazing districts and range
administration under Commissioner.
Annual grazing permits issued based
on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock owners, may form
Associations for range management.
Free,-or partially free, permits-for
settlers, campers or travellers up to ten
heafl.-   .,-.' -.. .-    :.,-    .-.---.        -   ���'.'.,
Kettle River Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that, on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, 1922, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon at the Provincial Police Court, Penticton, B.C., I shall offer for sale at Public Auction the Crown Granted Mineral
Claims hereinafter set out, of the persons iu said list hereinafter set. out. for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said
persons on the 30th day of June, 1922, and for costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said 'sale, if the total
amount due is not sooner paid. '
Theci Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner is or was a
member ol  the Allied Forces, and is entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the'-'Taxation Act Amendment Act, 1918."
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
Lot No.
Taxes
Costs
Total
GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION
Fletcher, C. II 	
Wilson, \V. C	
Nelson, Prntl..,	
Cruse, J. C	
Gh-e. Aiul re ;
Flelclier, C. li	
Riter, tieoi-jre	
Cosmopolitan ti. M & S Co	
Jackson, Anil row	
-McTiitosh, A. A	
McXulty, Jas	
Cruse, J. C	
Brawders, ��,. E	
Preiulerjrast, W. J	
Fremont Mfpr. Co,  Ltd	
Clreciiotttrli, T. h	
Wilson,   W. C	
Fletcher, C. H	
Mcintosh, D  -.	
McKeuzie & Maim	
Parsons, J.  M	
Mcintosh, D ;	
Lofstad, Ola	
liryant, X,	
Pope, Edward	
.Johnson, Fred	
Kelson, j. W. et al	
Groves, F. W	
Riter, George, et al	
Black, A. S.	
Mcintosh, D	
Thirsted, A	
Kerby, F., Jf ;.....
Ruuiuerg-er, G. W	
Contact Consol'd Gold Mines, Ltd	
Kerby, F. M	
Pay Ore B.C. Mines Ltd."	
Holm, J. etal	
Stewart, W. H... '.....XXX.'....'...'..
Juilliard, Mrs. L. -W.	
McOrmond, Sam 7	
Contact Consol'd Gold Mines Ltd..- ,
Elliott, M.-W...	
Ballon, I	
Elliott, M. W............ ,
Hill, John F. et al...	
Clement, Elsie L	
Elliott, M. W .'.:: :	
Stewart, W.'H.	
F. Richter Estate.	
Kerman, M. M. etal	
Vane. &. Bdry. Dovelop'l.& Millinp Co	
Kerman, M.'19. et al......; ���..
. Kerman, II. C......... I ,	
Clark, Johnson W..;.......	
Mcintosh". D::'.-...,.....;........., .'..:..
Elliott,7M.7W....... ..,.,...'.....	
Hu'mmliii;blril B, C. Goid Miniiif. Co,, Ltd..
Ciitinlii|rhani,'J. F	
McCallum, D. et al	
Simpson, Mrs, Grace A	
.Anaconda	
.Arcadia	
.Big Ledge ; :..
.Boundary Falls	
.City ol Vancouver Frac.
.Columbia	
.Copperopolis	
.Cosmopolitan	
.C.S.
H.
.Denver	
.DexterFraction ........
.Dont Know	
.Electric...	
.Emerald.....	
.Fremont....	
..Great Hopes	
..Hope No. 2	
..Kootenay	
, .Little  Ruth ..;	
. .Mattie Davis	
..Moreen Frac	
..No. 9	
. .Republic.TT.-;.	
. .Roderick Dim	
'..Ruby.........;..  .;
.;S. F, Fractional;	
..Silver Cloud	
..Surprise No. 3	
..Svcamore ;,
./.Texas..,...;	
. .Viceroy Frac....	
. .Victor Frac	
. .Wallace Frac '....
.. Williauicna ..Fraction..
....1931
....3135
 826
 889
....2013
....1033
....1852
....1680
 833
,....2875
....3298
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....1575
... .822S
.......1217
 002
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 1932
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, 1218
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GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISION
Bullous, let al	
Finch, J. A. Estate etal.
Hayes, James   W	
Byrne,   P. J ;	
Clement, Mrs. Elsie L......
Stewart, W. H '..	
-Graham, .1. W7 et al 7..	
Savage, A E.' "etal..:.;..'..... ...........
Contact Consol'd G. M.-Co :���
Vane. & UdyCrk-'M. & Dev. Co.
' Van. & IJ'drj- Crk.' M. &. Dev. Co..
Mrs. Elsie L.' Clement..'...: .....:���.
:-.MajesticGold Mug.'��� Co '.....'.'.
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;'Siiii'tli,\y.-T'.'et'al .-..:.-......;
Clement, Mrs". Elsie L.-..-...\..-.....'.:..
Patsworth, C; et al ..'.'..:.y:y.	
Alwood,' C. A. S. et al .......7.:......;
Clement", Mrs. Elsie L,..: :.-.:.
McDonnell .EstatcrM. -.;:..'......'......
Cleuicut, Mrs. Elsie I*:..,...'.	
Scliobnover, Wiliiam ......7.-.
' Grant, James V.  :...:	
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..Ajax Frac	
.Ajax	
..Aurora Frac	
.^Caledonia	
..Canyon	
..City of Loudon	
..Colorado Boy	
..Contact	
...Connection ;	
...Cottage	
...Crossant .". .-.	
..Cyclops	
...Delta Fraction...'	
...Denver .'	
...Dominion	
...Eagle	
...Evening Star	
...Excelsior	
...Glouster Frac	
...Golden Apre .'	
...Hesperus Frac	
...Homestake..............	
...Homestake Frac ,
.r.-HunimiiiR Bird 	
...Idaho. Trinket	
...Idaho.... ���..:	
.. Iron Chief ���	
...Iron Chief Frac....'	
.....Last  Chance	
...Lookout .���- -.......-���,.:,
...London Creek	
...Maine Frac.	
....Main .".	
...Mammoth .;..".	
...Mastadon	
...Mastadon Frac - :. :7
-.-.'.Merrimack ;	
....Mono .'...'......:;......,
....Mother Lode ...' ...',
....New Jack of Spades...'..
....New St. Maurice ..'.......:,.
..-:.0. P : 7.:....
....Oregon Frac....' : .'.
...;Pan.L..xr.....: :.....:...::.;
..'..PaperDbllarFrac '"..
-.'...I'rincess IiOtifse ...:". ;;
....Puyalliip. .....-.-.-.....";'.,.
.C.Shirley Frac: ' ...'���:..'..
... Thuot.........; ....
..'..Tiger. ..:7..'.':..:'. :	
...Toledo Fr:tc .............
....TJnibsi _ : ........:.:...
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 1512
..1029S
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...2390S
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....781S
,.;,.142l
....954S
....585S
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...2380S
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...1321S
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Cookson, \Y; et al .-.
Gordon, W: L.C..-.....:.-...
��� Fair, C7 U":...:.:....-'.:..'...."..
���JBraiiliwaile. Dan. :	
Powell, Patten & Brass .'.7.
Fairview" Con. G. Mng.Co.
.Plielps; F.- T.....7 :. 7^:
..Joe'Dandy ..'. ".:.:...
..Shoo Fly....,..-. :'....
..OroBastaute ........-. :
. Hairspriiig:r.-.^:.;..:7.;-::;;;
..Barnato..-....,'... :.....:..:...
..Hoyland Frac'������.; -.:....
..Montana..: .���.-...
.Homestake: ...:...--.....::...
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...Gold Drop No.2 Fracl'.
..Mayflower ..-.....
..Silver Bel! ;...;.
7-.Rob"'Rdy.....7.���..7f.	
..Lakeview"' -.	
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Dated af Penticton this-2nd day of October, 1922.
. ;xxCx[ E>? cow*
-!'- . ".. ���' -. ������,-=��� ...,. -���"--��� Pfoviiiciai Collector, :
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7
77 The Miner^l7prqyi_ice7of Western Canada7
.7   .Has produced Minerals.valued as follows:   Placer. Gold, $76,177,403;; Lbde.V
/.Gold, 8105.557,977; Silver, $55,259,485; Lead $48,33p,575; Copper,.,$166,393,488/   - ;. }:2\1
7Zinc.7S21,884,531; Coal and Coke; 8225,409,505; Building Stone, Brick, Cement;/-..-
834,072,016; V Miscellaneous !,. Minerale,    $1,210,639;.Vcmaking-/ ite    Mineral .7 -
Produefeion.to the end of 1921.''show. 7- - ... ". .     7... V . .7      ...  7
"'7'.'An A^fe^ate/Valu^^Qf $734$fywM-y
action for tlie Year Ending December^ 1921, $20^O$6,64i
The   Mining   Laws of this Province, .are more liberal, and 7 tha fees lower,   7
6han those of'an'y.other Province, in the Dominion, or any Colony inthe British 7
Empire.' ,', ':���''-.���'��� ."���.���'"'���'
. Mineral locations are granted, to discoverers for.nominal fees.
A-bsolute  Titles are  obtained- by developing snch properties, the security
of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Fall information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained
gratis by addressing��� ���-. . ' ���-
TKE HON. TBE MINISTER OF MINES
> VICTORIA. British Columbia,

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