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THE  OLDgS^MIHIMG  GAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN ^BRITISH  COLUMBIA
vol.: iicvii.
GREENWOOD, B.'C, ;THURSfl^Y, SEPTEMBEE 30, 1920.
.
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and .attractive by filling it with some
of our choice and elegant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures-
Use our Crockery, Granite and Tinware in your kitchens
and dining rooms ���..
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
\       well-assorted Hardware
T..M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28-
GREENWOOD. B.C.
No. 12
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables arriving daily. ^Our Price���the lowest.
"STORE OF QUALITY"
We carry a large line of
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
GROCERIES
-    AND
HARDWARE
J. 6. McMynn,  Midway
72
Agents for Five Roses Flour
Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
V   Leckie Shoes
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Laco Tungsten Lamps
25 to 50 Watt Lamps���50c each,
100 Watt Lamps���$125 each,
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts
100    �����
200   ��
$1,25 each
2.00 "
3,50"
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
Fine Line Of
Men's
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W. Elson 8 Co
^   Greenwood, B. C.
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We carry a full line of
Groceries, Flour and Feed
Your Patronage Solicited
Phone 17
Taylor 8 Jenkin
Greenwood
Kodaks, full line of Films
and Supplies at
Goodeye Drug Store
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GREENWOOD, B.C.
.. The WINDSOR  HOTEL   is   "heated   with . steam
. and electricity.     Fine sample rooms.     A comfortable home for tourists and travellers.     Touch the
wire   if you   wane  rooms reserved.-.   The .buffet is        'X   I
replete  with . cigars,   cigarettes, cooling beverages,
buttermilk and ice-cream.   -- .-'
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... HAM, -BACON  and  LARD V
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
;   HANDLED BY ALL LEADING. GROCERS   V
E Burns & G>,   Ltd<;   Nelson^ R G
A <*oqd Investment
fj^HE money you save earns interest
'7 , when deposited m our Savings
Department, and both principal and
Interest are safe and caa be obtain-7
7 <g& whenever required. Open ari
account to-day.
8SA.
the cXnaBiW BMm
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Mlnlmun.^prlc�� of flrst-class Und
reduced to ?5 an,acre; second-olasa to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption  now "confined ,to 7 surveyed lands only.    "   "   .
.    Records wili be granted covering only
land suitable for asrrlcultural purposes
ind Avhich is non-timber land. -
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange   for   adjacent   pre-emptions
' with joint residence,' but each making
.   necessary improvements on respective
- claims, ���������.'. f-
Pre-emptors'imist occupy claims for
' Ave years and make Improvements'to
value of $10 .per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,.
before.receiving Crown Grant.
'Where pre-emptor In occupation not
less than 3'years," and has made pro-
- portlonato improvements, he. may, because of ill-health, or other cause,. be
granted intermediate certificate of im-'
provement and transfer his claim.
Records without -permanent residence ��� may be Issued, provided applicant makes "Improvements to-extent of
$SO0 per. annum and rocords-saRieeach-
year. .Failure to" make improvements
or record same will operate as for-"
Iclturo. Title cannot be obtained in
less than' B years, and improvements
'. of $10.00 per acre, including 6 acres'
.cleared.and 'ci^vated, and residence
of ot least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor -. holding Crown' grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land- in conjunction with his
farm,". without actual occupation,.pro-.
. .vided   statutory   improvements . made .
:and-. residence   maintained" on  Crown
- granted land.- - -   - - - ' ���  "   ���
UnsUrveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres,   may  be  leased" as  homesites;
-title to bo'Obtained.after, fulfilling resi-'-
dentin! "and Improvement conditions.  '
For grazing and industrial purposes
: areas-exceeding   640 :;acres" may" be;
- leased by one person or company. '"
'-' Mill,. factory or: industrial sites. on
timber land. not exceeding 40 acres
'. may' be"- purchased; conditions - include
payment of stumpage. -'���: ." -. --.-"���-.���
���.- Natural' hay meadows"inaccessible",
by existing roads may be purchased -
conditional upon construction of a road ���'
��� to them.- Rebate;of-one-half of cost of
road, not'exceeding.half of purchase
" price, is made.-.   ".. ���"?'').- -.-;���,   . V y'X
PRE.EMPTORSr     FREE.; GRANTS :.
V   ..'_ .-_,     -,   ���' ACT.'.-,.     -.';-, "" -.'
' The scops, of this Act is enlarged to
include ail persons joining and serv- -
Ing with His Majesty's Forces.   .The -.
time within which the heirs or devisees
-of a deceased, pre-emptor may apply
for.title, under, this Act is extended-,
-from for one. year from "the death of-'
such.-person,, as. .formerly,' until   one
.year after tho conclusion of the"present-,
war..  This privilege Is' also; made - re- "
,-troactive..     .,'- - .   -.,.
No fees relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on - pre-  -
.emptions recorded' after June- 26, 1818. .
Taxes are remittid .for five-years., :
��� ..Provision for return of moneys'ac-
"-. crued,- due and been paid since August' ~
-  <*, -1914, on. account "of payments, fee*
or taxes ori soldiers' pre-emptions.-
Interest oh'agreements to purchase-
town dr city'lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or-dependents; "acquired
direct' or indirect, remitted trom enlistment to March 81. 1920. g
��� ���'���:  SUB-PURCHASERS OF CROWN
.   . - .   .    ���- LANDS,,,
Provision''  made, for-^Issuance   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-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may
be   distributed   proportSotmtsly   ova?
whole  area.      Application* must fc*
;.made by M��T,_V MM.'".'.;
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"' 'Graairig Act,  1919,-".for '��� syatcmatio "-
.'. development ot'livestock industry pro- ���'..
vides for, grazing districts and range
".' adjnIni=tr'ation.-.ur.<ler:-.ComniiBsIoner.'.: ���
��� Annual :'gra.zlrg-permits- issued-based' ?
-on numbers-ranged: priority for estab- -7
. liEhed . owners.     Stock-owners., may;-."
-toriii Associations for range 'manage-",'"-'
���'.'ment.'.- Free, or partially, free, p��rmlt��
?-Tor settlers, camper* or trt^illara, -ap ."
to ten h��ad. "'. ��� ��  ---
I Aroimtf Home |
YX '-.      7 ���'-������-'���; i.y if,
:   There are  now only 6 families
left in Phoenix. ���   7
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James McCreath was in Phoenix on Wednesday.
School    supplies    now   in
Goodeve's Drug Store.      __
John Meyer has returned after
two months sojourn at the coast.
D. R. McElmoH' watchmaker
and Jeweller7 Greenwood,   B,   C,
Jack McKellar, of Beaverdell,
is spending a few days  in  town,
The hand that rocks the cradle
threatens to rock the politicians
boat. -{
Henry Bruce and Wm. Tippie
were in town from Midway ou
Tuesday.
G. A. Rendell, of Lightning
Peak, spent the week-end at his
home here.
'Is your happiness keener if
something you buy makes your
neighbor jealous.
The electric power was used
for ;the last time at the local
smelter on Sept. 25.
Ed Stanaway and Paul McKay
will open an automobile repair
shop in Grand Forks.
The City of Greenwood is holding.a Tax Sale in the City Hall,
(today),-Thursday, Sept. 30.
D.:R. McElmon has returned
from doing some :work on his
mining property at Beaverdell.
A. Almstrom has moved his
stock of stationery from Phoenix
to Princeton, where he has opened a store.
A, J. Morrison, J., H. Goodeve,
and Dan McGillis inspected the
Bell mine .an -Walirt&s' 'iaoantain
this-^week.
The Good Roads League of
British Columbia will hold, their
annual convention in Nelson on
Oct. 4 and S,    .     .
Robt. Lee .arrived in town on
Tuesday morning, after spending
the summer working on his mining property at Lightning Peak,
Yale By-Flection
Set for November 22
The writs for the Yale by-
election were issued in^Ottawa
on Monday and it is to be on the
same date as East Elgin, November 22. Momination will be on
November 8.
Every indication points to a
lively contest in this riding. J.
A. McKelvie of Vernon will be
the Government candidate and he
will be opposed by Colonel
Edgett, of Vernon, the soldier-
farmer candidate, the choice of
the convention in Penticton on
Monday. It is not stated if a
Liberal will be put in the field.
Hon. W. L Mackenzie King,
leader of the Liberal party is at
present in B.C., and willspeak in
the Yale riding some . time next
month. Premier Arthur Meighen
will come west and take part in
the campaign.
MacMillan-Kerr
At high noon on'; Friday,   Sept.
24th.   afc  the -home of the  bride,
Midway,   B.C.,  the mariage was
solemnized between  Robert Alexander McMillan, Trail, B. C,  and
Alice Louise,   elder   daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kerr, Midway,
the Rev. A. M.   O'Donnell,   Trail,
officiating.     The   witnesses were
Arthur McMillan, and Misa^Edna
Kerr.    The bride  was becomingly
attired in a travelling suit,of navy
blue with hat to match and wearing
beaver furs."   After the ceremony
the immediate friends of the bridal
couple sat down to   a dainty luncheon.    Many, beautiful and useful
| gifts testify to the esteem in which
' the young couple   are  held   by  a
large circle   of friends.   Mr.  and
Mrs. MacM illan left by the   afternoon train for Nelson and Spokane
on a brief honeymoon, after which'
they will take up their residence.on
Bay Ave., Trail.    The happy couple are well known in   Greenwood
having resided here for a number
of years..
  i ������������iii
Western Float I
Penticton's new school will cost
$102,234.
October 20 is the date set for the
referendum on the liquor question.
An effort is being made to reorganize the city band in Rossland.
Roy Hancock shot a deer this
month with a revolver, near Rossland.
Toronto is free of. smallpox for
the firsfe time since November 1,
1919.
The Vernon baseball team won
the championship of the Okanagan
valley.
Vernon city council has contracted for the city's winter hay
supply at ��40 a ton.
- Two keepers of soft-drink establishments in Rossland were fined
8300 each, last week, for violations of the Prohibition Act.
The death is announced in England of Lady Emma Cavendish,
mother of the Duke of Devonshire,
governor-general of Canada.
Trail Ore Receipts
Ore receipts at the Trail smelter
for the week  ending Sept. 21 are
as follows:
Bluebell, Riondel           - 174
Josie, Rossland         "'- 223
Mandy, Le Pas, Man.        - 65
Monarch, Field,            - 45
North Star, Kimberley      - 224
Ruth, Ainsworth               - 10S
Silver Bear, Zwicky           - 28
Skyline, Ainsworth            - 37
Velvet, Velvet             - 31
Yankee Girl, Ymir           - 29
Company Mines            - 784G
Total
8810
Mining News
What ia said to be the deepest
diamond drill in Canada has been
completed recently at Chelmsford,
Ontario. It closely approaches a
depth of 4000 feet, and was sunk
to search for coal on the strength
of the finding of small quantities'
of^ anthraxolite. Evidently geologists were not consulted before the
hole waB started.
Wanted. ���To let a contract to
plow.'at .once about 25 acres. Call
or write Fritz Haussener, Box
364, Greenwood.
Rey. H; W. Simpson,, formerly
of.. Greenwood7 is leaving England for N. W. Australia, having
volunteered to take a missionary
district there lor. three years.
Fred Axam sustained painful
injuries tp Bis head while working
at the Providenceinine this week.
He is still under the.doctor's care
bu t. is reported to be doing nicely.
. The United Farmers will open
a. store in Midwav.in a few weeks
time. - It i will be managed -.bj
Wm. Tippie,. well-known in this
section. ; All kinds of farm\ produce, ^groceries,, etc;,, will .be
handled^7;-;-7.- ..���.���'���"7": 7;7.7-'
. \W; -; Jenks, of'-Green wood, .TH.
.Richter;;. "of. .Midway,...and E.
Richter, of. Rock Creek, are. at-.
tending the Nelson; Fair; this
week. .They:.7wiil represent the
Midway Gun Club et, the registered irap shoot during the Fair..
"H. C. A. Cornish,' the .well-
known Provincial ;land surveyor,
and who surveyed the S.KPi Co.
line from Greenwood to Allenby,
has accepted a position., of responsibility with ,a.-large.;. corporation in Cuba,,and,left7this vfeek-
for- his new field of labors.
Dont forget the Tax Sale,to
be held in the City Hall today,
Thursday, September 30.
Copper Mountain.
The home .of Mrs. Silas Smith at
Copper Mountain is how adorned
with a handsome black, bear skin.
Bruin was one of the largest shot
in fehis district ior many years, fell
a victim to Si's marksmanship last
spring, and thiB hide was cured and
handsomely, mounted by Scot McRae,. of Deadwood. Mrs. Smith
who returned to fehe Mountain.' recently is immensely pleased with
the appearance^of!her new trophy
The B.   C.   Telephone  Co. will
lay a second cable between   Vancouver Island and  the mainland.
The   new   cable   will cost in the
neighborhood of $350,000.
One of the most curious freaks
of nature came into the world in.
the form of a calf with four heads,
born on the border of' Langley and
Surrey. The animal lived three
days.
A herd of wild bison, numbering
over 1000 animals, said to ; be the
last herd on the North American
continent, has been discovered
roaming in the MacKenzie River
basin. -  ;
Vernon has been selected as an
emergency air station in connection
with the transcontinental flight
from Halifax to,Vancouver, which
ife is expected will start afe the end
of the month:      .
Good horses at high prices, the
best and none but fehe best that can
be bred, will always be in demand,
and their total number in that vast
agricultural Canada which is to be,
will be greater by far than, the
number now used in - the mere
nibble of settlement her eight
millions has achieved.
Court News.
7 Before Wv'R!.:: Dewdney,- fc.M.
on Tuesday afternoon,/VVm. Rasch,
of-Rock Creek, .was . fined $25 or
one month;iii jail .for disorderly
conduct in the. Rock : Creek Hotel
oh Sunday the 26th inst.' '.
- On the.same day. Carl Bjorkman
was also fined S5 or 10 days in jail,
for disorderly conduct'in bis hotel.
He was also fined 850, for >hayihg
liquor otherwisethanin his private
dwelling. The fines, in, each "case
were paid;...
A jolly little dance was given
bv the bachelors of. Greenwood
ia theMasbnic.Hall last Friday
evening, when all who were present are loud, in their" praise for
ye merry bachelors. The music
provided by Mrs. Terhune, Allan
Comber and Geo. Clerf was all
that could be desired, the dancers
eajof ing the .1 atest and up-to-date
music till early morning: 7 Ah excellent supperVwas; provided;by
theladies atjaaidnight*7.   ;; 7yXy
;-:' Send a ElqaV to.your friends at
-Oece..7^;You.7ca&'get   them   at
TheXed^.bffice^'{;.;'7-'7 .���';:���';/ /''
TransTCanada Flight
The.price of 23 shillings and six
pence for a40 pound.box;of British
Columbia apples will, be fixed by.
the British ministry of food, and
to operate after November 15, will
be attractive : to the . Okanagan
fruit growers. ���: It is estimated that
300. cars of apples will be shipped
to the ijnited Kingdon from; the
Okanagan this fall/, .
; Loss of life" throughout Cauada
by fire during 1919 was slightly less
than in- some fpriner'.years, according to the "annual .report of the
superintendent of insurance.' on in-
surance.companies other thah-life
insurance'eompanies. Deaths due
to fire during the.: course :of the
year were 239.7 Property destroyed was valued at S24;OOQ.o6o. ; ; 7
It is estimated that not less thau
1000 tons of freight is being hauled
to the Mayo district, in the Yukon,
for use during the winter months.
This consists principally of feed
for men and horses. The Yukon
Gold company has arranged to
haul 2000 tons of ore to Mayo
Landing during the winter and
horses will be required for this
work. It is expected that a much
larger quantity of ore will be shipped from all mines this coming
winter.
George Gould, one of the pioneer
mining men of-Atlin, was in  Vancouver last week,  on  his way to
Seattle to  enjoy a rest after his
arduous days  in  the  north where
he went in the gold rush  of 1898.
He has been  in Atlin since 1899.
He looks  for a great development
of quartz mining, engineers for the
Guggenheim interests having been
inspecting some large low   grade
properties.. The proposed  sale of
Engineer Mine, halted through the
death'of Captain D.    Alexander,
Princess Sophia disaster, is eagerly
awaiting by Atlin residents, in the
belief ife will herald  expected development.;  The mine was under
offer -of purchase   for  ��2,500,000
when Capt. Alexander died.
A complete list of the emergency
stopping places for the proposed
tranecahada flight whieh,.incident-
aliy, discloses the actual route feo
be taken, was announced by the
Canadian Air Board officials on
September 23.
Altogether fche flight which will
coyer 3,397 miles, will take it; is
anticipated 40 hours to complete
the trip. The route 'if;by way of
Halifax,. Fredericton, Fraaerviile,
Quebec, Montreal, North Bay,
Sault Ste Marie, 7 Port Arthur,
Kenoraj Victoria Beach, 8elkirk,
'Winnipeg, 7Portage7: la Prairie,
Brandon, ;Virden, Grenfell, . Re^
gina,,. Moose-: Jaw, Swiffe Current,
Medicine.VHat,.: Bassanb:.. ^Calgaryj
Mprley, 'Golden, .R^veistdke/ Vernon,7"Merritt,. ;Agiisiz X and Van-
co'uyer.".V" -v"'-yx.'X'X.Y-' xx ���-".- ���
MlSiiHlS��!
The long;..arm..of the law 7at
Ottawa was felt in Vancouver last
Saturday; when ��� the minister of
justice for .Canada, Hon.7C.; J.
Doherty, issued;writs against .200
people iii the coast city for. failure
j to pay feheir income tax within the
required period. .These writs are
for a number of prominent people,
including.a high .official, of the
C.P.R- ahd a K. C., and ar�� caus.r
fng^qnifee a sensation.       -:
Instrncfeiohs haye been received
from Ottawa by the Canadian Air
Force Association thafe all officers
and meti who were in the air force
and who may enlist, for. service
therein ih the future/ are.: entitled
to the benefits; of the government
insurance;,,:.schenie7 ... This. means
tha^ air;.men;.who : may -be charged
an ..excessively high^^ premium for
protection X by private companie?,
can obtain /..protection fdr:their, def
pendents. 7in; ���. case :;;of; ���. fatality,
throDghVfehe government scheme .at
!moderate rafeest ��� v'"'���'-. -Xix~.XX.:: XX-y
Statement   of  Standard   Silver-
Lead   Mining Co.,   operating   the
Standard ~mine7   hear    Silverton,
in the Slocan district, shows a cash
surplus of 0367,396 on  hand  July
31.   This compares wifeh   $341,825
on March 31. 1920,   and 8298,010
December.31,   1919.    Receipts in
July .were S7514  of  which   $4345
was derived from lead $2758 from
zinc- shipments..     Disbursements
-were 86467 of which S3451 was for
supplies and $3016 for labor. After
deducting  8860 for   capital stock
tax and general expense, net profit;
of 8186 for the-mouth   remained.
Profit for June of this year was
$10,952;  May   showed   a  loss of
84340, avhile April  net   gain   was
$18,959. ��� Nothing is  being   done
on company.account at this time
awing  to. labor  conditions in the
district, r Company is prospecting
the old   Wellington    group .near
Bear Lake summit and spent 81159
in that direction during July.
Correction.
In the Kettle Valley news items
of July, 15tb,,the marriage of Jerry
Harper and Miss South was announced. This information was
without foundation.
For Sale
The Presbyterian Church and
Manse in Phoenix. Apply Rev.
Hillis Wright, Grand Forks, B.C.
7>':\s'Fop\-Sale.. Cheap
;.- Small, stack of mixed bay, part
raking.;. Excellent for dry cafet'e..
Come and ses at Fritz Haussenpr
ranch. / ���
Tillu    LKDUE,     GREENWOOD,'    B.     0.
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Willow,
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ARCHIE P. MoKlSHNIE
Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,
. Toronto, Out.
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OW TO AWAKE.
FRESH AS A DAISY -
CONSTIPATION GONE
Had A Picturesque Exhibit
(Continued)
Timlx/rley,   his   face   white,   turned
half  towards  tiie  path;  then,, as  .sud-j
denly lie  turned again, in  his  eyes a'
look   of  mingled  subjection,   admira-|
tion, -wistniln ess. j
lie    took    a,- step towards Dorkin i
with   hand   outstretched,   then   stood
rooted to the spot.
From  out   thc  thicket  that  hedged:
tlic jrrove there bounded a great grey'
animal with round head set with tufted cars and bit;' blazing' eyes.      With
a snarl it  sank, belly close  to  earth,
and crept  slowly towards Timberley.
.But even as thc big lynx pie iced the
sward wiili long claws preparatory lo i
making   liic   spring,     Dorkin     acted, j
Like  a  flash   In:   leaped   forward  and)
grasped   the   great   cat   by   the  neck. I
She lurneil with a spitting snarl, then :
lay shuddering,  her amber  eyes  still!
ou Timberley\s  face.      With his freej
arm Dorkin pointed towards the lake. I
Timberley backed slowly away un-1
til he  fell  the  path beneath his  feel, j
Then   he  spoke.      "'Of  course,  if it's
to  be  a  Tight,  so  be  ii.      Hereafter,
I'm   out   lo   gel   you   and   3-011 rs,   my
friend, and so I warn you."
Not until he was safe in iiis canoe,
and his Indian guide had put a good
distance between him and the shore,
did Timberley breathe easily. Then,
twisting about, he gazed sombrely
back across the hardwood forest
stretching like a pale-green ribbon
across thc deeper verdancy of thc
coniferous trees.
"Musko," he said, addressing the
.Indian, "it you had tried to buy, at a
big price, something belonging to another man, and he refused to do business, what would you do?"
��� The Indian grunted and paddled
steadily for some moments before lie
answered, "I go to Abe Dalton and
say, get mn, ugh."
".Musko," said Timberley admiringly, "you're a sensible man."
Once more his eyes turned towards
the hardwoods, now melting and
blending softly wilh the firs and
tamaracks  in   the  far  distance.
He sank back comfortably on the
bearskin in the canoe's bottom and
gave himself up to reflection. "Well,"
he mused grimly, "I never expected
lo find this young savage of an animal
keeper and Francis Stanley onc and
the same, I'll be jiggered' if I did.
Talk about putting ones' head into a
lion's mouth, egad! (I did it with a
vengeance. I'm a damn fool, anyway. I'll never comc nearer getting
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Fpr w'ind or pain in the stomach j
nothing works better.
No bad taste left behind, no furred
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pus fits after taking Hamilton's Pills.
All thc old costiveness, frightful
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The best guarantee of good health
and old age that man and woman can
have is tlie regular use of this family Pill.
Suited lo all ages, you should get a
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A Vivid Pprtrayal of the Beauties oft
Canadian Rpckies. j
The       Canadian       National-Crand;
Trunk  Railways  this  year  combined j
to make one of the most striking dis- I
plays in  his  history of thc  Canadian
National    Exhibition.      Tlic    exhibit,
which occupied two of ihc three main
sections of the railway building, gave
a new vision of the extent    and    resources  of  the Dominion.
One of tlie sections was devoied to
up "tired as a dog"
and sleep is full of
��� ugly dreams you need
among the cedars lining the shore
and stood wailing for the canoe lo
beach. Hc was of middle age with
hair white at the. temples. Like
Timberley, he was dressed in tweeds.
His facc was long and wore an habitual scowl. He stepped forward as
the  boat  grated   on   the  pebbles.
"It's a wonder you came back at
all," hc said snappishly. "What luck
up yonder?"
Timberley stepped 'from the canoe
and knocked the ashes from his pipe
before  hc answered.
Then he said gently, "My dear fellow, I had thc vcry best of luck."
"Then you got away with it?" eagerly.
"It?" Timberley raised his brows.
"Oh, yes, I got away with"it, although
for a minute or two I was nol quite
sure that I would." Hc laughed
shortly. Then, noting the. other's
darkening face, hc threw his forced
levity  from  him  with a shrug.
"There's no usc trying lo do business with that man Dorkin, Bob," he
said crisply. "He won't sell us so
much, as a mangj' chipmunk."
"Hc won't? Why���why, }rou just
said that you got a-way with it."^.
"Meaning my lifc. Bob ; and let me
tell you, I was lucky, believe me, I
was. If you ever happen to sec a
big fat baby .toddle up against a rattlesnake, you might think of me facing that long-haired tiger in his den.
Do you know who that man Dorkin
is?" he asked sharply.
"No, I don't," answered the other
sourly, "and what's morc I don't care
the   smallest  kind  of   damn- who   he
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jthe Canadian Kockies al 'he point!
where the peaks reach their, greatest |
heights. The grandeur of the Yel-!
lowhead Pass aud ils surrounding!
peaks was shown on a scale commensurate with the magnitude of the
great mountain chain! The visitor
stands under thc shadow of a giant
cedar, the branches of which arch
ovcr the whole of the ceiling. At
liis feet are the Malignc Falls and the
turbulent silver stream '>f the Mtilign'e
River, threading ils way among ibe
foothills. In the background is ,, a
panorama 100 feet in length, of the
magnificent mountains in Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Park,
the two great scenic reserves through
whieh the Canadian National and the-
Grand Trunk Pacific Railways make
tlicir way to the Pacific Coast.
Mount J-'.dith Cavell, llic beautiful
peal; named b\- the Dominion Government in memory of tho martyr
nurse, is in the centre, of the panorama, and is supported by Mounts
Geikie, Fitzwilliam, Pyramid, Roche
de Smct and Roche Miotic, with the
massive Mount Robson, thc monarch
of the Canadian Rockies, looming up
in  '.he distance.
Thc atmosphere o: Cai-ada's mountain wuild was retained in a wonderful way, and il was difficult for the
observer lo realize- tliat he was .not
viewing the! scene from some favorable .vantage point in the Konky
Mountains. The system of lighting
was arranged to give, iu various periods of tlie day, thc effects seen
among the mountains at surrise,
ivooiidav and evening.
"Fatigue is the result
of poisons produced
by exercise or failure
to digest food properly, and eliminate it
promptly with the aid
of liver and kidneys.
Sold
everywhere in
Canada.
In boxot,
25c.
SOc.
Worth -* Guinea a Box
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In the second section of the exhibit
the working the Canadian Government, marine was featured in connection with the great network bi railway lilies that is now known as the
Canadian National system. Adding
a graphic touch to Ihis display, the
ships of Canada's merchant marina
were seen flashing actual wireless
messages, and these were picked up
in turn by no fewer than -13 wireless
messages.-.:. . Iii-,:order?'l0//make. this.-.
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With Intention of Capturing Trade
Lost by Germany.
Puzzles, are no longer China's chief
contribution lo the world's amusement. The old Asiatic empire,
whose emblem is itself a toy���a fire-
spitting dragon���has gone into the
business of^supplyiug the world's toy
market, evidently wilh an intention
of capturing the trade lost by, Germany, and on lhc whole the toys are
more ingenious than thc German article, for the Chinaman or Japanese
lias learned to imitate nothing that
he docs nol try io improve. Thc
Anglo-Saxon doll madc iu China,'for
instance, goes in for rather flamboyant coloring effects. Its complexion
would rouse envy in any European
doll denied lhc usc of cosmetics. As
for dresses, a Chinese doll would
make a Sicilian girl in her gayest colors appear to bc in mourning.
Millers Object
To Durum Wheat
Say It Is Too Hard For Ordinary
Milling.  ' B
Durum wjicat, which has been
largely .recommended for growing in
certain parts of Western Canada on
account of its drought resisting quality, consists of a group bf varieties,
nearly all of }vhich havc short, compact heads, largc, vcry hard kernels
and comparatively weak straw. As
a rule Durum wheat is bearded.
While somc of the varieties arc excellent for bread making, the majority arc decidedly inferior.
"The objections to the best varieties of Durum wheat, says Chas. E..
Saunders, Dominion Ccralist, "arise
not only from thc yellow color of the
flour (a shade which is not fashionable at present), bul to thc extreme
hardness of thc kernels. Durum
wheat in poor condition cannot bc
ground into flour by exactly the samc
system as ordinary wheat, the problem is vcry troublesome. Naturally,
thc millers arc averse lo changing
tlicir methods and Will not do so until forced 'by a shortage of ordinary
wheat and the presence in the market of considerable quantities of
.Durum."
Annual Sweet Clover
Metal Gets Tired
Contractors Give Crane Chains Rest
At. Regular Intervals..
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Lignite Development
Company Organized For Working
Lignite Fields in Saskatchewan.
A company capitalized at $500,000
has been organized for the purpose
of developing a part of the Saskatchewan lignite fields in the TEstcvan district in Southeast Saskatchewan. Thc
ncw comapny has been incorporated
in thc province as the Western Collieries Ltd., and arrangements have
been made for the commencement of
operations.
The company has secured an area
of 630 acres at Roche Pcrcec, nine
miles southeast" of Estevan. In-ad-
ditipn to its coal mining operations at
that point it is proposed to establish
a large brick pressing plant which
will bc operated during thc summer
months and to help to keep the labor
of the mines' engaged throughout the
entire ycar.
According to government reports
there is in thc district some of thc
finest clay in thc world suitable for
brick .making. The slack lignite coal
will be used in thc burning of these
bricks which, it is estimated, will allow of economical production.
Roses have been found in Egyptian
tombs.
To Aid Alberta Juniors.
In Alberta close co-operation has
been established between thc Extension Service of thc University and the
U. F. W. A. in developing young people's work, as has.been demonstrated
in the annual -short courses for farm
boys and girls at thc university. To
further assist in the educational work
of the young people throughout the
ycar thc Extension Service" of the
University supplies books and pamp-
lcts, traveling libraries, debating ma-'
tcrial, lantern slides and lectures to
al.1 making' application.
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Greenland's One Newspaper.
Greenland, of icy mountains fame,
has only onc newspaper that is of
much account. It is called thc Kab-
rikmit, three .months' subscription
costs two ducks, while it requires a
sable skin to pay for' a ycar.
Thc   Niagara_>ivcr,   obstructed   by
ice in  Lake Eric,    ran    nearly    dry;
above  thc  falls  for  a  whole  day in ���
1848.      .'..,- .    !
Will   Bring   Nitrogen   and   Organic
Mutter to-Soil. '    ""
Thc ncw annual sweet clover discovered by Professor Hughes, of the
Iowa Experiment Station, is gaining
favor according to published reports.
It will bc remembered that most
sweet clover is biennial. This annual white sweet clover is a new-
plant for agriculture. It can be sown
with grain in the spring or as late as
thc middle of June aiid develop much
growth which will bring to the soil
both nitrogen and organic -matter.
Its general use is limited yet because
of the high cost and scarcity of seed
whicli is now selling at $5 per pound.
This annual sweet clover, under
trial in New Jcrsay, was planted June}
12, and reached a height of 22 inches I
on August 1, and for seven days foi-!
lowing grew 8 1-2 inches, more than j
one inch pcr day. j
The   biennial . sjvect   clover   is   far J
better   for   fertilizing   purposes   than j
most  farmers  appreciate  and  should
have a larger place in agriculture, but
annual sweet clover promises a  still
'bcfte;r';grccii';.sii'aii'uring'.; plant ...and' we'
.���look''fo.rward;.7to'''th.e Uuib.-wiicn";there
���isoaiiCabim'danbe'P.f/.sccd,7 that, its .iisc
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agribiilttiral coniiiiit.tee \Vho visited
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the, prepared grain is iiuieh heavier
than the other,, and lli^t- the straw-is:
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By the us�� of GiMett's Lye. house cleaning Js
i_ntja.de a pleasure instead of a drudgery. It softens
the wafer and cleans thoroughly whether the
dirt is visible or invisible. Destroys all bacteria
and infectious germs, removes obstructions from
drain pipes, closets, sinks,-etc;- Refrigerators are
made delightfully fresh and" clean by using one
of Gillett's. VLye dissolved in two
water. ;' '7
Prohibition in U.S.
Consumption of Liquor Was Less in
1919 Than For Forty Years.
Consumption of wines and liquors
in llic United Statcs in 1919 was less
per capita than during any ycar since
1870, according to estimates of-thc department of commerce.   "In. 1870 the
amount was 7.70 gallons per capita,
rising  to 22.79 gallons  in  both  1907
and  1911, and falling to 9.17 gallons
last year.
The total consumption of wines and
liquors in 1919 totalled 992,394,720
gallons, compared \vith a tQtal - of
1,701,827,271 gallons, or 15.95 .gallons
pcr capita in 1918.
A man's head, especially^if he is a
brain-worker, continue to increase in
size until he is ovcr forty years of
age.-.
When Hplloway's Corn Cure is applied lo a corn or wart it kills the
roots and the callosity comes out
without injury to tlic flesh.     7 -
Last of the Wild Buffalo.
Government '   Exploring     Engineer
v Finds Animals in Mackenzie
River Basin.".
A  herd  of  wild  bison,  numbering
over a thousand animals, said to be
the last herd'of the- North American
continent, lias been discovered roam-
ingcin the ocuntrj^ in the- Mackenzie
River basin.
F." H. Kitto, D..L., exploring engineer of the natural 'intelligence
branch of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, is the discoverer, and
he statcs that he'received reports of
another herd equally as large further
north, -r-    ���'���'���.-���     , ':.:..     '    ;   7 ��� '
Cook to Succeed Fisher.
The London 'Times, Melbourne,
Australia, correspondent, says that
Sir Joseph Cook, navy -minister,' will
succeed Sir Andrew Fisher as Australian High Cbmniissioii'cr in /London'. -    n '   ' 7      ."
This" Winter   When   You
COME to VANCOUVER
On account of thc warm winter climate
of thc Pacific Coast, and tlic wonderful
attractions of Vancouver, Canada's greatest
seaport, thousands of l'rairie folk are now
planning for llieir winter's rest and recreation in tliat famous city.
When you come to Vancouver, call at
our ollices iirst. Make tlicni your headquarters. Without, obligation our entire
organization is at your service, or write
in advance for any information you wish.
If you bring your family, yoii will want
to rent, or perhaps to buy, a house, or if
rooms-for the season are desired, we. will
hunt them up for you. Or if you .want
to take up a small frnit farm within easy
distance of the City, we have many excellent listings. ... V
G.'j. HAMMOND & CO.
-'.'.' (Established  1907),
512 .Hastings St.  West,  Vancouver,   B.C.
,   Aid Jewish' Orphans; ���
Alberta citizens Of Jewish faith intend; making an    appeal    fo'r-r- funds
shortly in thcir endeavor to bring to
Canada a number of Jewish- orphans
Jrom. desolated Russia."   ;,���
Beautiful Women
of Society, duringthepast
seventy years have relied
upon it for their' distin-
Vguished appearance. The
" soft,   refined, pearly
white   complexion   it
renders instantly,   is
��<Ji{/      always   the   source  of
"'&&'        flattering comment.
J
Alberta Goal Output
Growing Rapidly
To Develop the
Peace River Country
A Big Increase in July Returns Are
7  7 . Reported.        -   ���   ��� ���   a
A big increase in Alberta's coal
output is . being marked up as compared with the corresponding period
of last ycar. Official returns for thc
month of"July, as compiled by the
government tonnage mined in that
month was 3,560,323 tons, a gain of
1,431,354 tons over July, 1919. Thc
figures for August have not yet been
madc up, but thc samc, or better, rate
of increase is-expected for that month
and for the rest of thc season.
About 225 miners are now at work
in all parts of thc province. . The
idle mines are mostly small ones that
will not materially affect the total
output of lhc province, and reports
from the big producing mines, both
north and south, arc to' Ihc cffcct.that
���work is now going on satisfactorily
and that the output is being speeded
up. There is still a shortage of lab;
or, however, and an effort; will be
made to recruit to soinc extent from
the men now at work in thc harvest
fields.
The Dairy Industry Act.
The Dairy and, Cold Storage^ Com-
Ynissioncr has issued a circular explaining and detailing the Dairy Industry Act, 1914, and' Regulations.
This circular may bc had on ^application lo the Publications Branch, Ottawa, or to the Dairy and CokUStor-
age Commissioner.., '..".-
.MONEY ORDERS-
Pay your out of town accounts by Dominion impress Money Orders. Fiye dollars
costs  three  cents. "'-
Goitre Removed
BY ABSORPTION METHOD
Dr. W. J. Hughson's Famous Goitre Remedy
removes Goitre safety and permanent y, so
that it will never return. For frfcc booklet
containing particulars of this excellent remedy, write S. W. Hughson, Dept. W.N., 69
Borden St., Toronto, Out.
V advise the purchase,, and am making a
specialty of
VICTORY BONDS
arid am prepared, at any time,' to bujr or
sell  large or small  lots.
NJ.   B.   MARTIN,
Member Winnipeg Stock Exchange
232   CURKY   BLDG.      -      WINNIPEG
BUY "DIAMOND" DYES".
DON'T RISK MATERIAL
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"' contains directions so simple tliat any
woman can dye any material without
streaking, fading or running, . Druggist
has color card���Take no other dye I
e Soul of a Pj
e Action-   -.Insf
xmro   HIGEL
PIANO   ACTIONS
Cook's Cotton Root Compound
. Aia/e, reliable rtouiutina
medicine. Sold-in threo d����
press of Btrength���No. I, $11
No,} 2, $3; No. 3, *S per bot.
Sold by all drtifgUta, or *cnt
prepaid on receipt of prie��,
ires pamphlet. Addresi I
THE COOK MEBI CINE CO.|
T0B0KT0. OHT. {fcrntrfr WWtif.)
Asctrie* �� Pioneer
Bob Remedies
BOOK  ON.
DOG    DISEASES. .
.' and How to Feed...
Mailed.-;Free;, to-  anr
":   Address  by- the ":
Author ��� '
H.  CLAY. GT.OVER
CO.,   INC.,  ..
118    W��it    31st-��treet;
New York. U.S.A.
30i?g��ICOUGHS>
THI;  hEW   FRENCH   REMEDY,,   \
THERAPION No/1
THERAPION NO. 2
THERAPION m.B
No. 1 for Bladder Catarrh.' Ho. 2 fo? Stood *
Skla Dlss&Mt. - No.- A for Chronic Wsakssaitt.'
��OLDBY LEADI\OCHFBtSI< PRICE IN ESGL.AND.Sl.' -
CR LECLKRcMed Co..HiverstockRd..N W J.London.
Stt THAPB MARKED WORD: ' THERAPION ' IS ON'
BRIT GOVT. STtUP AFFIXED TO GENUlsg PACKETS'-
"CORNS"
Lift Right Off Without Pain
' Doesn't hurt a. bit! . Drop a little
"Freezonc" on an aching'. corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right.off with the
-fingers.    Truly!   .'.; 7.7     7-
! .Your-druggist sells a .liny bottle
of-"Frcezone"-for a fcw; cents, sufficient to remove ��� every-Miard' corn,
soft corn, or. corn between the. toes,
and the calluses,-Avithout soreness ;.or
irritation. " .���". ."7-7-''v     '"''   '-.i ���"'-���   ���-
/'They; Work while you Sleep"-
. Do you feel, all 'tangled tip-r-bili-
ouse constipated, headachy, nervous,
full o��cold?. Take Cascarets tonight
for your liver and bowels toistraight-
cn you'out by morning.* Wake-up
with head clear, stomach right, breath
sweet and feeling fine.-.. No .griping,
no-' inconvenience." ���;; Children- love
Cascarets. too.    .10,"25, 50. cents.
Josi Imagine ���   -  '   ������-������
The delicious preserves yoa would inalte ii you could walls out into, an orchard. ol
One Thousand Acres of ripe; luscious Cniit, .in the-pinfciof condition; picking only.
the  choicest, using, nothing with it'.but-'jnirejcane  sugar, and "if, in  addition, you
had the most scientific machinery 'to'-'ttrn'3t out���Don't"ybu- think your- Jim' vould"
be Jast about perfect?   -Thin is. just, io-w ._   -   7 ". " ...     '"��� -'-' '. ������   '...
v e. \D*>sifflnxXXj&?&m^
y :y:.y-UAKP, THEIE jams An��vJELLIES  '������yir--"X-IX:-X-
Trie?   were' the-..first'.'to'' make "Pare- Jaisi i iri 'Cicada, -and   are-: still TeadinS
-in  popularity..   Try. a-'-tin' of- their new" "seasons 'strawberry.  ;it  is  delicious."
\       ,  '.  Ask jour' procer-foc/'E., D.' Smith's Jaau"; with- .the. M��p!e. I^eaf latjei.'-.->"." 7
^E. D.;Smith;/&!Sons;:limited'W^m^wT^-^X.
.., y   '  '      : X'X ���'yy.yyr&ttrn'-'Distrifcutbrs, ; yyi-:.X-\.y y;X .Xy XiyZyX
Watson & Trues'daIe,-'.,Wir'ajpeg, Keeina "and 'Saskatoon, Sask.',;."'DoaaId'H..Baia: Coi,'Z
.-.;,..-"-..:���.   ..Calgary, ar.d Edir.ontcn,"7Alta. ,7'" ",-':f'."''"> ,������':      "---.-������7-.--'
Lower Sugar Prices.
Toronto.���"It's- probably just - the
beginning," .commented a representative of the Atlantic Sugar Refining
Company, on the drop of one cent in
the refiners quotations for all grades
of sugar. " The pricc is now $21 per
hundred pounds, delivered at Montreal, or $21.30 at Toronto.
"COLD IN THE HEAD"
is an acute attack pf Nasal "Catarrh. Persons who are subject to frequent "colds in
the head" will find that the use of HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the
Sy.stcm, cleanse'the Blood and render them
less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of
Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood on
thc Mucous Suifaces of the System.
All Druggists "75c.      Testimonials free.
"$100.00     for     any     cat,e     of   catarrh   that
HALL'S   CATARRH   MEDICINE  will   not
cure.
F. J. Cheney���& Co., Toledo,  Ohio.
Extend    Swift    Current-Gravelbourg
Line.
, Eighteen miles more of steel on the
Swift Current-Gravelbourg line will
be constructed tjiis fall by the C.N.R..
according to information received
from D. B. Hanna, president of the
_C-N.R._ _Mr._Hanna__adds_.Jhat the
aompanyis experiencing considerable
difficulty" in securing rails and labor.''
Minard's'- -Liniment ��� Co.',   Limited. ;
T.Gcnts,���A"customer of ours relieved a very' bad case of distemper in a
valuable .horse by the-use of" MINARD'S LINIMENT.-'   x- "ii"'xx_.x.
���;..-.: ���'*. ''���  7.Yburs,'truljv- - - ���"--"
-'VILANDIE-FRERESi-
- .-People 'who- blame Providence -for
thcir';cr'ops are '.usually rcticcht as -to
the seed sown. ��� -.' --   "
Minard's Linimeht: For ^Dandruff.
- Thc.^snpw'; man."quickly .melts, but
it-s'difTcrcnt.\yith7thc heart of the ice
mail. 7--  .- ' '.'  ' ".:' .'...-���-     ������:'"'-
A. Pill .that; "Proves Its ��� Value?--
Those .of weak stomach will ..find
strength"' ih:'. Parmelce's -Vegetable'
Pills,-because they serve to'-maintain
the.;;'h~calthful' 'action . of .the stomach
"and. the liver, .irregularities-in Svhich
arc. most distressing.; Dyspeptics
are" well-acquainted with; .them .'and
value" them at "their .'.proper.-_ .worth.
Thcy have-afforded-.relief when other
' preparations have failed,' and have effected cures ' in- ailments of ;,long
standing where other medicines were
found unavailing.''
Bntish Government May Become
Partner in Great Enterprise.
One of the important committees
of the British House of Commons is
the Empire Development Parliamentary Committee. 'To this committee
has been referred for its consideration a plan to develop the Peace River country. The-governments of Alberta and British .Columbia- have
joined in putting this7 scheme before
His Majesty's Government, .which
thcy are asking to guarantee, a bond
issue of 100,000,000, the estimated
sum required for the adequate de^
vclopmcnt and utilization of that region. By the terms of the proposed
deal the British Government would
become a partner in this great enter-'
prise and would receive a substantial,
share of thc bonds. The Empire
Mail says the proposal is being given
sympathetic attention'by the committee mentioned.
'""No details arc.given of the way it
is planned to spend this'money. Thc
Peace River offers many attractive
avenues of development. Its first
need is adequate transportation. An
improvement in this regard will be
seen now that the Canadian Pacific
has taken over' the Edmonton and
Dunvegan line, but extension of the
railway system is urgently required.
It may bc that thc three governments
���\Vill unite upon a comprehensive investigation of the oil possibilities of
that country. To locate*and develop
oil-bearing lands-is a. settled'policy
of thc British Government. It is interested particularly in oil territory
under, the British flag1. Another feature which, will attract the British
authorities is the fertility of ..the
Peace Vallcj', whicli is capable of
growing foods (chiefly grain and
stock) in enormous quantitics.-r-From
thc Regina Post.
Market Prospects for Cattle
Exports Showed Noticeable Interest
For Month of August.
The Dominion Livestock Branch
reports that, there was a noticeable
increase in the export movement of
cattle during August, and this condition did much to steady thc market.
Exports were, however, less by SO pcr
cent.'than during August, 1919.
. Country demand for stockers and
feeders, while not particularly active,
was less listless than'during the previous month, Stocker cattle would
doubtless havc . found a. good outlet
had not farmers been entirely absorbed in harvesting operations. Prices
arc novvuiiiuii: hi line with general
cattle values.
During >Oclober the movement' of
cattle on export is usually sharply upward as also is that of calves. Likewise the export trade in beef shows a
marked increase in volume: However, even these bullish features cannot overcome the effect of heavy offerings of cattle, containing an increasing percentage of inferior animals. It is a fact lhat when the fall
runs increase, thc percentage of common kinds does not remain unchanged in '"relation to good grades, but is
rather heavily augmented and becomes the most noticeable feature of
thc markets. Also heavy cattle coming off the grass direct to market,
following frost, shrink badly, morc
so, perhaps, than less fat grades.
These heavy kinds might better bc
stabled and hardened for a short
period unless tlfc~market~is ,pa7"ticu-
.larly strong.
.. We ought to;find a free outlet'on
export ,as -, the crop.of thc United
States is "practically assured and $1.00
corn "is-cxpccted.r.- .At lhat price
stocking up with cattle appears .attractive.,-Also the'high' cost'of honie
killed meats iri' the- British market, is
likely.to induce-freer:importatipn"s of
Colonial and Foreign meats.-     ,,-;-
To Prospect for Gas
Will Develop Oil Fields of Alberta
And Saskatchewan.
The' Canadian . Press is informed
that a contract has been entered into
by the Imperial Oil Company, Ltd.,
and the Great West Natural Gas Corporation, Ltd., for the development of
Saskatchewan and Alberta as natural
gas and oil fields. It is understood
that both-companies have, agreed that
if gas is found the Great West Company gets it, and if oil is located, the
Imperial Company will get this. It
is stated, as a result of wide research,
the prospect for successful opcra'tions
is best-in a certain area easily accessible from Regina. " .
Better Building:
Bolsheviks Are Lazy
Production of Gold and Platinum is
Xyy /Falling Off7 ;':' 7 ':
The' U.S.."State.Department.has.re-!'
e'ei'ved; information." that Bolsheviks,'
because of .lack of workmen and' disorganization, 7have 'carried out. 'only
a small part of their 1920 programme
for.mining gold-and platinum in .Ural
and West Siberian regions, of Soviet
Russia. -'",." The 1920. programme; it is
reported, .contemplated .production 'of
4,000.pounds, of. gold and 3,600 pounds
of--platinum, but., during-' first -sis
months pf.ihis.ycar.there.-were- "only
192 pounds of gold and 241. pounds
of platinum ��� mined.
A bridegroom and bride know no
such thing as doubt- What plants
the first suspicion?.v   . -'
".Great Britain's national -debt'" is
nearly twelve times.greater than before'.the war."-^';...',- .-;-:-'/     ��� -������-:.'���
Graoolafed Eyelids.
���Eyes Inflamed by expo-
tuns to $���*, Di*t Bed Mni
Quicldy relieved fey Mnfst:
EytBtared;. KoSmartins,
jwt Eye Comfort. :At
Tear Dnmtrii cr by wall (SOc per Bottle.
For Bosie �� tt* E?�� .free write. -:: i'i mi
UsariM Ey�� 8����e4y �����., Cfelceg*.
.For The. Kaiser's. Triumph.
Shc-w.as buil.t'.'in. Germany., during
the war fpr the Kaiser. -He-'was to
make his triumphal voyage round?tlic
world in her���after Germany had won
the, war! Now she.is", a P. and.O.
steamer;- and English passengers
swim in the. Kaiser's'great swimming
bath, play in his gymnasium, dance
in the ballroom and sit out in the
wonderful winter garden;
;i To ..enable; the, blind in Japan ;tp
earii/a living,. a: law ist in- force'prohibiting any-;but".blind .persons prac-
fising- v^.'massagc;-':( 'Consequently.' ~-a
'���gre^t/^numhcrVof^thcsc^unfqhun.ates
act as "masseurs.;''" ""' -'"i'-'''   7-"-'/-���    '-ry'
\ yS-3iy, 'pis/-what-, js ���gravity:?. 7 "Gravity, my b'03",-is, a.-force which brings
.down everything fin'7this world���ex-
ccpi.'rrices.".--',,"- .'7" '.-'---7'" 7 '7-'   ' '���'.
RUNNING NOSE COLDS
STOPPED INSTANTLY
Throat js Cleared, Headache Stops,
Sniffles-'Go For Good v
CATARRHOZONE NEVER FAILS
Dripping from the nose is one of
the .foulest and most disgusting
symptoms of a Catarrhal cold. By
using Catarrhozone _you cure this
quickly���cure if because you bathe
the lining of the nose and throat
with that powerful antiseptic of the
Blue Gum of Australia.
So healing is Catarrhozone that
you feel wonderfully benefited in five
minutes' use of the inhaler. Nothing ever devised cures a cough, cold
or sore throat so quickly. No drugs
to take, nothing to upset the stomach
���you follow nature's own plan in using Catarrhozone which supplies healing essences and soothing balsams in
vapor forfrMo the places that are
needing treatment.
. Results talk���that's why thousands
rely solely upon Catarrhozone to prevent and cure their winter ills. Get
the complete $1.00 outfit, it lasts
two months; small size 50c, sample
size 25c, all dealers and the Catarrhozone   Co., -Kingston,   Canada.
Clock Ticks For 153 Years.
In onc of Ncw York's busiest districts stands a clock which was presented to the old John Street Methodist Church by John'Wesley himself,
morc than 153 years ago. Two buildings, havc preceded the present
church,edifice in which it stands.and
the clock lias ticked on-without repair throughout the years.
A Desperate Criminal.
Warden���"Your wife's here to see
y*-"x'~'X':" .'"
Prisoner, (desperately)���"Tell. 'er
I'm ��� out!"���Fairplay (Vancouver,
B.C.).   .
Minard's Liniment, for   Bums,   Etc.
"What does biology mean?" "Buy-
ology, my son, is the science of shopping."
Are Your Feet Calloused ?
Easy to remove lumps by applying
Putnam's Corn and Wart Extractor.
This purely vegetable -remedy acts
painlessly and is guaranteed. Insist
on "Putnam's" only, 25c per bottle.
Selecting Oil for the Tractor
Best  Plan  is  to  Follow  Advise  of
- , Manufacturer.
, When a person studies thc carefully adjusted bearings of a tractor,
the fitting of pistons into the cylinders and piston rings' into ' the
grooves, of thc . exact adjustment pf
valves and spark timing, and-of the
hundred ahd one other points, he realizes the care that is necessary iri "operating;"     .. ;������   ."-".   ". ~.\     -  ..        " -
��� Everyone' knows . that'-there are
hundreds of different brands, of oi!
and most of these brands are made.in
seyeral,'grades. ���;'How-is the farmer
to-know how' to select the oil which
wilb-givc him-thc.-licst results "with his"
.machine?   ' ,-���'" : '.  ... -'.; .��� ���...-��� ,'���,.-��� ���-.":'
��� ��� About. the best; the farmer .can-do
is:t6"cho6se;an oil'from a"'list-,o��.co'n-
cerns- which-have a7strohg' national
reputation  for 'merit  of product.-'
-": The "farmer has. tw.p sources of- advice,in regard to lubrjcating-'oi!. -He
can write; to the'comp'any-whose oil,
he has..decided to use,, telling them' of
the make of his'.tractor arid'he1.can
get lhcir suggestions as to what constitutes, the ; best' lubrication; .".The
reliable- oil companies, have engineers
who make it, their business to - test
out .their, various brands7(3ff.oil"under,
different.' conditions;- in "different ma^
chines.--    ���"'���    7   "".:.'" ~Z. x-'-. - -
Again,.-if the-, tractor- owner'finds, it
diffi.cult'-to select.an oil company frOm-
whoin-to purchase his-lubricants, .he
can' write to the "'manufacturer of .the
tractor, and -get.his .recommendation.
The- tractor manufacturer;.too, probably has tested out riot only several
brands of. oil from one refinery, but
all oils from numerous refineries. The
tractor owner will seldom go very
far wrong if he follows- the advice of
the manufacturer who'- made his
tractor.
Quite a Number of Well-Tried Plans
Are Easily Obtainable.
There seems to be a very general
desire on the part . of "prospective
builders to see, the complete plan of
exterior and interior of a numberxof
homes before any decision is "reached.
There are quite a number of well-
tried plans upon the market, full
specifications and blue prints of which
can be obtained at such a reasonable
cost that the lumbermen who get the
order usually agrees to furnish them
free of charge. The advantages to
both buyer and seller is great; for
there is little waste by too much ordered and little chance of shortage, on
account of the experience gained in
the past im the erection of that particular plan for a house. A}1 the
modern features can be incorporated
and any special details that may be
desired by the purchaser can be arranged by way of changes to the original plan.' From the buyer's point of
view he can see exactly what the
place will look like when completed,
and he can get all thc specifications
that are necessary to enable him to
get the actual construction properly
contracted for.;
Most of the lumber dealers have
supplies of a beautifully printed 100
page book of plans called "Better
Building" which they -will supply free
of cost to prospective builders and
which1, picture the actual homes that
are favorites in Prairie Cities.
The movement to "Build Now" is
growing faster every day and there's
plenty of time to haye your own
home this winter if you make up
your mind to go ahead.
Had to Be Trusted.
Willis���"Bump has five children. A
man with a family like that nowadays deserves "a lot of credit."
Gillis���"Deserves it? Great Scott,
he's got to have it!" ,
WHEN BABY IS SICK
When the baby is sick���'when he
is cross and peevish; .cries a great
deal and is a constant worry to the
mother���he needs Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are '2n ideal medicine for little ones. They are a gentle but thorough laxative which regulative the bowels, sweeten the stomach, banish constipation and indigestion, break up colds and simple fevers and make" teething easy. Concerning them tMrs. Philippe Payen,
St. Flavicn, Que., writes:' "Baby's
Own Tablets have been a wonderful
help to me in thc case of my baby
and I can strongly recommend them
lo other mothers." The Tablets are
sold by medicine deders .or by mail
at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviile,,Ont.
Prosperous Canada
Imported Over Billion Dollars Worth
Of Goods Last Year.
In a letter recently sent out, W. S.
Marson, advertising manager of the
Montreal Star, gives some interesting
facts and figures concerning Canada's
prosperity. The following is an extract from this epistle to advertisers:
"Some idea of the tremendous purchasing power of thc Canadian people can be gained by comparing Canada of today witli the United Statcs
of twenty years ago. In 1900 .the
United States, with a population- of
76,303,387, import��d goods valued,at
$849,941,184. Last_ycar,    Canada,
with a population under 9,000,000,
imported goods valued, at $1,064,516,-
169.; ' ' .- ";.'.��� ���;.:_, ���' ��� :
. "Thus' Canada's ��� trade is already
worth 'many millions more to other
nations than . that ' of: thc. United
Statcs was when- the population- was
over severity-fiye. millions.
: "If -the' dollar of-today is worth
only one-third of what it-was iri 1900,
Canada still has the'-purchasing pow-'
er.7 of :-.'25,G00,00Q people., X. In other
words,".the 'advertising expenditure
���necessary, to- coyer a 'population..of
9,000,000.will actually ..influence the
purchasing power, of. 25,000,000 peo-
plc.- ; \ -'.-'"..' 'V- 7-7 ���-'-��� ���������-':'.'������--.���'
-, "Predominantly ..'an".,"_agricultural
country,. Canada's '[population.is 55
per 'c'entl ruraK '-.Canada's.-750,000
farms have . an average \ value ' of
$10,000 and.'"a: production 7 of7 $3,000
per farm:" "'',. -   .-,-'-.;... ','"   ."'<- .-
New Technical
School for Calgary
Spare; the children from suffering
from-worms by;.using; Millerfs \\Vorm"
.PdwdersV;.'7thc'57rtio"st -'.effective" 'vcrmi-j
fugc' that.'c.in. be "got with which to
���coriibat; these 'insidious--foes of. the
yourig."and-'helpless.''./. -Thcre'Js -.nothing, -that -excels -this -preparation :as a
���worm'.' destroyer,-- and; when -, its'" qualities bccbmc-'.known' in:a iiouschold. no
other'.: \riil .-; be, uscd.'i-.XThe" nie.dicirie
acts'? byi.itsclf;; requiring-.' no^'purgative
to.assis.t it, and so.v-th'oroughly -."'that
nothing-rnpre i3':;des,ired.;:i';.7'.,i':'7"--' ���ry...
Tenders   Called   For   New   Normal
School and Institute of
Technology.
Tenders are being called for by the
provincial government for the initial
work on the new normal school and
institute of technology in Calgary.
This will comprise the workshops
which will be a separate building for
the pertnanent use of the technical
school, and the purpose is to utilize
this building temporarily as a workshop for the contractors during erection of the main building.
In addition- the excavation for the
main building will be made this'fall
in preparation for beginning construction next spring.. It is expected that about $125,000 will be spent
by the government this year on the
work now under contemplation.
"Pape's Diapepsin" for
Stomach
"Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest, surest
relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence,
Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few* tablets give almost immediate stomach relief and.
shortly the stomach is corrected so you can
eat favorite foods without fear. Large casa
costs only 60 cents at drug store. Absolutely
harmless and pleasant. Millions helped annually. Largest selling stomach corrector
in  world.
Harvesters May
Be Permanent Settlers
"���; Attacked .. by 7 Asthma, - The. first
fearful' sensation, is ' of "suffocation,
which'..hour.-by -hour, becomes...more
desperate' and hopeless; . To such a
case the.relief afforded;by Dr., J. D.
Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy- seems 'no-
I .thing less than: miraculous. .Its help
is quickly apparent and soon, the
dreadful, attack ;is .mastered. \ The
asthmatic who.has^fo'u'nd:put the'de--
pcndability of.-, this sterling remedy
will, "never ;bc without it,;'.It is-sbld
everywhere.', - ,- '      '.;".'":" ' .
.-.    j-: ������;���^~~'i yx        -   "f
New Piano. Playing1 Record. 7.J
A world's .record..for continuous .
piano playing .has been established in j:
England by. Alfred Kemp, ..a .former!
University of Chicago student, who !
played . without stopping, for C 106,|
hours... ��� The former,record1 was 105:
-hours'.'. 7.It-was held in. New Zealand.
Many   Arc   Farmers   Looking   For
Place to Locate.
7'The west is apt to overlook the
importance of the annual harvester
excursions from an advertising
standpoint. For the most part the
men are farmers, and a great many
of them are looking for a place to
locate. There are a great many
thousand permanent citizens in the
west now who "got their first glimpse
of the prairies* through the windows
of a farm-hand excursion. It is from
the type of men represented by these
excursionists that the prairies draw
their best settlers, and it does not
seem that there is any very special
effort made to impress them. Even
while the harvester trains are on
their way across Canada, other trains
bearing business men and American
farmers and odd boards of trade, are
also special training through the land
and a great business is created of
entertaining them. If some of thc
attention directed towards the specially selected visitors were turned towards propagandizing the harvester
excursionists, better results might bc
obtained. On the other hand, the
harvester may, under thc present conditions, actually get a more genuine
impression of the country than any
other kind of tourist.���From Farmer's Weekly.
Minard's Liniment For Sale Everywhere.
Paris Grocer Profits By Mistake*
A littic ' grocer at Loiret recently
bought up at a sale of American war
*-toclc, forty .cases of tinned salmon
at $10 per case. When he opened
the cases he found they contained
typewriters. Hc wrote to the officials at the camp, informing them
that an error had'becn made and received a reply that mistakes could not
bc rectified. , .
Within a week he had sold each of
the forty-typewriters for-$160.	
.The sting' of the bee is- only one-
thirty-sccond of an inch long., But
most people agree that it is quite
long enough.   '
.--..Housekeeper���"I' "ordered a .dozen ������
eggs to-day,.'Mr.;- Higjitfist, - and" you
only'scntVmc'Ul ,'yy. -���- "-X y ;X";: :.'-���
!'Grocerr-^"WeIlJ' -. ma'am,' "you sec.,
the 'twelfth egg wasbad, and I didn.'t
think:'you'd want it". 7 '77   -7-' -���-"
7.;v��77N.7u.7i335.:
"I"^ The .first" recorded'outbreak of ycl-
J low fever occurred >n the West Indies
| in 1647.
^MyBack
IsSojBad"
���pAINS-in the small of th*
,.. back, lumbago,,. ;rheuma>'
tism, pains:��n: the limbs ;ali tell
of defective, kidneys.1
~ Polfiosu  ar��  being left ia tfes
Hood which catt3e pains and aches.
Th* kldneye, Hver" aad bowalt
must be aroused to action by such
treatment as Dr.. Chase'* Kidaeyr
Liver Pills.  '"'.",
Theis is ao time for delay .-Hrhea
the kidneys go wrong, for sach dsK
velopmcata as hardeiilng of the a?*,
teries and Bright'* disease are ikm
aatcrai result. ' ^ , " -
Ofl�� pQl a Seise, Si cents ��.'.box, *!!.'
stealers, ��; Edman��on,'-Bate��" * C��^. t*3y
5*oroato.
liiiiiiiiil; THE LEDGE
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or ��3
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and the
United States #3., always in advance.
0. W. A. SMITH
Lessee
THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil  Notices     7.00
Kstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears iv notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12'Cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, uonpariel
measurement.
Transciciil display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals I2^c. a line each insertion.
Drive Against Smokes.
Ifc has arrived!
There have beeu occasional rumors and alarms in fche past, bufc
now a definite programme has been
outlined, forces are being marshalled and a campaign is to be
waged on "jimmy pipes, tobacco
jars, various members of tbe el
cabbago family, and the "weaker
cousin the cigarette. All of which
was decided upon at a meeting for
"women only" held in St. Andrew's
Presbyterian church last week. Dr.
Jessie B. Conway, presided.
The meeting was largely attended,
no children beiug^allowed, nor was
mere man admitted to the church.
Dr. Conway addressed the gathering, which first discussed matters
whioh are not usually dealt with
in open meeting, bufe following this--
fche advertised subject of the gathering, tbe iniquities of the pipe, the
cigar and cigarette were proclaimed.
"A vote was taken," declared onc
woman who was present, "and il
was decided to wage a campaign
against the use of tobacco.. It
was stated that women were using
cigarettes almost as freely as men'
-were at the present time.-. I- voted,
for the."campaign,- because'' I think
-tbat tobacco should be kept away
from onr young boys," stated the
woman.. "It is not'so bad perhaps
for the ones that have been smokers
for yearn, but if tbey will not stop
smoking tbey should be compelled
to do - so as - an example . to the
young. ,' Itis the intention of preparing a__ bill-^-something like the
'Prohibition -Bill���which will be
submitted to.;the government after
a titiie. The government in-, the
.meantime will be asked to discour
age smoking. '.'-
-Province.;
B. C. Passengers; Fares are
-7 Not Increased;   ���/":.- /
���/Specific-'advice;- received,1  from
Vancouveras to;., the- "20 '.per .cent
-������ advanced nrpasseriger:rafces-and_.th't;-
'-new' regulation's call for;ah increase'
-nofe.to exceed a rate cr 4/ cents" pei
- mile, but as.the  British  Columbia
��� rate yiafcheO.P. R. -is. 4- -cents; pei
. -mile, arid. always.; -has ��������� been,' -thi?.
wilVnot-effect.the cosfe/of travelling
as it is insid.e the province.--' -7. "'77;
. 7:-.The;coat of transcontinental tr'a-
-veiling,"however, is: materially-af-'
:"fected by'the'increase, as -for" in--
.stanne,.':a7.',icket bought, from Greenwood, to7 Montreal- costs    Si.2,-23
more under the hew rate-than   for-
' "ni er ly.    Ad d ed Tp this   is- the 50
per cent advance ..in,, sleeping  and
.parlor   car   fares../ Following, are
the increases, from.,-Vancouver  to
points east;    Vancouver to  Manitoba;. .Emerson S3,40,   Portage  3a
"Prairie--: 31.50,   .Winnipeg    83,40;
������Jfew Brunswick', S7:50, Newfoundland S9).Nova '.Seo'tia, 89;  to Ontario, via all routes to all destinations via allroutes through Chicago
or Makinaw, $14,75; Windsor  via
all routes through  Port Arthur Or
Cochrane.    The C.P. R. officials do
...not anticipate any difficulty   as far
as the increase in passenger   rates
is concerned.
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSOiN, Assayer, and
Chemist, Box biioS, Nelson,.- B...7C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver,  Copper,or. Lead
\|i.2S each. Gold-Silver ?i-75- 'Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead J3.00.": ?il-.
Ver-Lead .J2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc ��3.60:
Charges ..for-.other metals,- etc'.,1 on'ap-
���������tfic&tionX.yyXX XyXxX^j X^X'- '-���  Xy
iyMJ^THEWS^iBRQ^;.'/,
'yyXZi'yGRAN.DXFdRk^yxiy;
Agents .for'. Chevrolet,- Dodge, '.'Jludspa,
Chai-Jiers; Cadillac,"/cars,*..and7~;'Repablic
. truck motors V X X Garage in: connection.'
Rossland Assessment District
Name of Person Assessed.
Short Description of Property,
Arrears of
Costs and
all Taxes     Int.   Expenses   Total
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that,
Court-house, Rossland, B.C., I will se
in said list hereinafter set out, for de
and for interest, costs and expenses,
period ending  December 31st, 1918, is
The   Collector will   be  pleased
is a member of the Allied Forces and
191S"   and   amendments   thereto.
Dated at  Rossland, B.C., this  1
on Thursday, the 12th day of October, 1920, at the hour of 10 a.m., at the
II at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons
linquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1919,
including the  cost of advertising  said  sale,   if the total  amount  due for
not sooner piad.
to   receive  any  information   respecting the following list where the owner
entitled to the benefits of section 29 of the "Taxation    Amendment   Act,
7th day of September,  1920.
LIST  OF  PROPERTIES
H.   R.  TOWNSEND, Collector.
Name of Person Assessed.
Short  Description  of  Property
Arrears of
all Taxes
Costs and
Int.       Expenses Total
CROWN   GRANTED  LANDS, Similkameen   Division   of Yale   District.
Horkoffi A. & G 14 ac. Pt. Lot 184	
Cascade Development Co 2/3 Int. 216 Ac. Pt. Lots 268 and 269..
Cascade Development Co. ., 234 Ac. Pt. Lots 268 and 269.........
Cascade Development Co 550 Ac. Pt. Lot 312	
Cascade Development Co 72 Ac. Pt. Lot 313..
Cascade Development Co 100 Ac. Pt. Lot 314
Stocker Geo. K 154 Ac. Pt. Lot 315.!!!'.'.'. 77!'." ' ".
Midway Ranch Ltd 123.60 Ac. Pt. Lot 424 !   . 7 '   7
Midway Ranch Ltd 10G.40 Ac. Pt. Lot 425....
International Securities Co 269.90 Ac. Pt. Lot 492	
International Securities Co 233 Ac. Pt. Lot 493 777'
McRae & McLaren 5S0 Ac. Pt. Lot 620 777.7
Midway Ranch Ltd 500 Ac. Pt. Lot 637 !	
Anselmo  Chas 245 Ac. Pt. Lot 750	
Norris & Megraw  65 Ac. Pt. Lot 781	
Norris & Megraw 93 Lots in Pt. Lot 781 ."".
Sullivan   M 2 Ac Pt. Lot 970	
Price William    .....' 10.01 Ac. Pt. Lot 1012	
Lee Robert    92.S4 Ac. Subdiv. "E" of Pt. Lot 1012..
Gowen W. W 10 Ac. Pt. Lot 1223	
Midway Ranch Ltd 15.50 Ac. Pt. Lot 2647	
Anderson   John    16 Ac. Pt. Lot 2910 .-	
Bertois J. A 148 Ac. Pt. Lot 3046    .
Stewart Andrew J 160 Ac. Pt. Lot 1297S	
Columbia & Western   Railway  Lands.    Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Cosgrove & McAstocker   43 Ac. of Pt. Lot 2698 =
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 700,"" Map 38, Similkameen Division of Yale District.       ��
Bell Beatrice May  Lot 3, Block 3 .'	
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Ry. Subsidy  Lands,   West   Kootenay  District.
Altman John    ; 193.06 Ac. Fr. of N.E. y2 of E. % of
See. 5 & Pr. of E. % of S.E. % & Fr.
of S.E. 14 of N.E. 14, Sec. 8, Tp. 9A..
Churchill F. L 277, 23 Ac. Pt. Sec. 17/ 21 & 26, Tp. 9A
Crown  Granted   Lands, West Kootenay District.
Koehn Joseph S4.67 Ac. Pt. Lot 8086 	
Bryan J. H 100 Ac. N. Pt. Lot 8627	
Cross James H 209.14 Ac. Pt.  Lot 8629...-.	
Esling W. K.' 40. Ac. Pt. Lot 8639 	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 4598, West Kootenay District.
Peterson J & Williamson J 66.46 Ac. Sub Lot 61, Lot 4598	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 5547, Map 824, West Kootenay District.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.15 Ac. Block "L"	
ub Lo.ts 10, 18 and 37 of Lots 5817, 5547 and 8069, Map 824.
Western Canada Land Co.7 Ac. S. Pt. Block 3	
Western Canada Land Co.64.SS Ac. Bk. S	
Western Canada Land Co.35.62 Ac. Bk. 6... -.	
Western Canada Land Co.49.07 Ac. Bk. 7	
Western Canada Land Co.69.06 Ac. Bk. 8	
Western Canada Land Co.50 Ac Bk. 11 	
Western Canada Land Co.68 Ac. Bk.  12	
Western Canada Land Co.68.75 Ac. Bk. 13	
Western Canada Land Co.45.84 Ac. Bk. 14	
Western Canada Land Co.39 Ac. Bk. 16	
Subdiv. of S
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Subdiv. of Bk. "D" of. Lot 5547, Map 753 A.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..55 Ac. Bk. 2..
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..S3 Ac. Bk.  3..
Subdiv. of Bk. "I" of Sub.  Lot 10 of
-Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba Ss-
" Manitoba &
Manitoba &
Manitoba &
' Manitoba &
' Manitoba &
'Manitoba &
Manitoba" &
Manitoba &
- Manitoba &
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
Wester
n" Canada
n Canada
n Canada
n- Canada
n Canada
11 Canada
n "Canada:
n Canada
n Canada
���n Canada
n Canada
n Canada
Land.Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Land Co.
Lot 5817,  Map 878.
.35 Ac- Bk. 6..-	
.29 Ac' Bk. 7.-. .-.7
'.50 Ac. Bk. 10.....
.50 Ac. Bk. 11......
.50 Ac. Bk'. 13......
.50 Ac' Bk. 14'.	
.50 Ac Block 15...
.50 Ac- Block 16;..
.5.0 Ac Block 17...
.50 AC Block 21..'.
.50 Ac. Block 22..:
.50  Ac  Block  23..
���Subdiv. of Part of; Lot 5817, West Kootenay District./
Yoiiiigmaii;&. Bastedo-...'...".7.;'.". v .320- Ac: Sub. Lot 40..........
Subdiv. of Part'-of Lot-7159, Map-37, West  Kootenay District.
Wilson.L. W. & J.'E.:" -: 376.67 Ac Pt. of Sub. Lot 3;
-Wilson L: W. & J..E...;."; ......160 Ac Sub. Lot'4. :.���'... .7
Wilson L. W. & J'. ID......  .'..320. Ac. Sub. Lot 8.-..:..'..
TOWNSITE OF ANACONDA,
--Alexander,'Elie   -
Fawcett" .Mrs..- R. --0,-;E. , .."
'-���Moore J. W.. :"���;.'..'..'-..;-.-. /...'."
, Caron Joseph- .... ...v....'-.;'....
"Sullivan Dan J. ."...;." '..-..
.McDonell J. J.':-:.-.'-...-."���. .-;"
Garland -Mary  ..'-.-.-..-....7.. .-
Smith-L. "A:.. .77',..... X.	
McDonell "J; J..7 .-..'.y. ..v...':.:
Garland Mary'.;.'.-.';..-. 7. '.-.
.:McDonell. J."J.'-'...... .77..." X.:.:
.Garland' &;McLenaglia,ii: -."..'.
.Spencer Mrs. L; '.'..'.'. 7-,'..7.���.-.
, Garland .Mary. 7:'. .;'._������ .'.:/;��� .77'
.Garland  Mary   .'.: 77.;:,'".'..'.
:.:Gai:Iand-;,C..7si..-;...... i'Xi.-.. ;;;���. ;-
- Kruski Charles .'..���.���.."....;.;'...'."
Ga'rlahd'-Mary -....'.-.....';";.'-.���. .-
KefTer, Keffer'. & Lehner .. .--.'
' Garland Mary ;.:.;.;.... -..'-...
Garland T.'.A." .7."..'.Z .''.-...'..-..".
Garland T,-A.-.'.......!".:'.,...",...:
Garland Mary  .1 /.';.'._.;..-..:..
������Keady ' John ,..:'....;".'. -.'.".. .7.-
Garland'- Mary - -.���,.;....;;-.-.',.....
Garland -M.aiiy -". :;.'���.':..';.:.;.'.'-.
TOWNSITE OF.'ANACONDA,
"darland.j'Mary - 7..... i....;..;_;
-Garland- Mary'. .'...-.';.''.;.-.'.
-.Garland Mary   :.'..:'..���.;...-...",
Garland Mary  ;-...' ...-	
Garland -Mary	
Garland Mdry - .."..- 	
Garland. Mary   	
Garland  Mary    -.....:...
TOWNSITE OF BOUNDARY
Map 24.,:.      '__   -.'������.        \, .'    ,.'-
......-. .Lot- l7Bk.- 2!.;'.'..'.".."...' '."..'......
........Lot 4, Bk. 2...... ���';	
i.i..;..Lot 2, Bk. 4.v.;...7-.".;���':.'..".i.'.;."..".
 ... .Lot 4, Bk. 4. "...'.. ;..'-..
.-...... .Lot, 6, Bk. 4...';-'...., ���v....:..	
......; .Lot 7, Bk." 47V;-.:-...'."'...";. .��� -.-...
;.;-...-..Lots 'i.^.n; 13,-14, Bk.-5....' .;.
;...'-... .Lots'3 and' 4, -Bk". 6.....'..'.- V.
;;"".:..".' .Lots .12 and. 13, Bk. 6.'...-.;:.'. -..
...V.....W. Pt.of Lot,2, Bk.;8..-.;"..'..".;..'.;".';
,.-.-..:. ..Lot 2, Bk.. 97.\ \ i'.-".-.......
/.."."..;,.Lots 1, 2,4s-5, Bk. 10....,:..-....v....
,...;'...Lot 3, Bk. 10...".-.;'...',;���..'-.'.;.........
 ...Lots' 8 "and.9,- BkV" 10.v.-"..'::.-:';. XX, X..".
7. Lots'8,. 9,"-10; "Bk; 11...'..;. 7 .;;..-..;;,.
..-..".....Lot ;5,.Bk."7ii; :-.���.....:...':..-.,-.".-....:.
:;.'.';"':; vLot 7, Bk.; 13;;... .X '..'.;
:.-".....;Lot, A; 1, 8 to '14-.arid B; Bk. 15..'.';..".
.; /���-;���; .7 Lot;e; :Bk; ie.- ;���;���; ���;:;,.. .���;.... 7.;......
..;.-. ...Lots', 1, 2, 5,' Bk. 18:-..:.':7...".-.;;'..'.
..:.'. .'...Lots 4 and 10," Bk. 18'. ���,".:":. J;'.; ;'.-.-.'���.���;
,...-;- W." Vi Lots' 3 and 4, Bk."22...:.'. .7".".;
 ;-.'Lot 6, Bk. '23;';-,���.-.'-.V.....'.."..'...'.....'.
,.:;.'.. .'.W.-Bt. Lot 8,'9,"aridPt. of 10, Bk.23..
 '..PL of Lots' 6," 7, & 8to 14"& B;.Bk.-25.
,...",- i. .PL of. Lots.-9 to 1.2, Bk. 27............
Western Addition, ;Map 97.   '-'���
;���; 7.7 /Lots  L"t6. 6," -Bk. .57'7'7 .'.Xy..-.;-. 'i.-.;
::....,.;. Lots 1 to A, and. 6 to. 8, -Bk.. 11-:..'.-.-.'..
..-.;...,Lots.l to.4, and 7 to. 10, Bk.-12.���..'.������;..
.......'; Lots 1 to., 10,, Bk. -13 .'.
..,-... ...Lots 1 to 10, Bki 26..;........'...;....
....;.���.. Lots 1 to : 9, Bk. -27....;;........;..
,: Lots. 1 to 6; 13k. 28.;.......";....;.....
.. ;...>.Lots 1 to ,10, Bk. 29.... ........;
FALLS, Map 19.
Undivided Vz Interest-	
C. A. R: Lambly.-Estate .....
C". A. R. Lambly Estate .	
C. A. R. Lambly. Estate......
C. A. li." Lambly Estate
C. A. R. Lambly Estate 	
G: A. R, Lambly-Estate ......
C. A. R. Lambly Estate .....
C. A. It-. Lambly Estate ;
C-. A. R.. Lambly Estate	
TOWNSITE Or  BOUNDARY
Shilcock William	
CASCADE TOWNSITE, Map
Cascade Development Co	
Stor:ker Geci. K-.	
Cascade Development Co. ...
Cascade Development Co. ..-.
Stocker Geo. K	
Cascade Development Co.    ...
Stockor -Geo. K	
Stocker, Geo".- K. '	
���Stocker Geo. K.  .......:-.'.',.
'^Cascade Development Co...".;
Stocker Geo. K.  ..'...."..':....
:- Cascade- Development Co. y...
"Bertois.: J." ^A. ':'......'.-..'..'.".-.'.
i .Stocker' Geo. K.. ^:': .v. /'.'.
.Cascade Development Cd."..,".'i.
, Stocker.iGeo. K.- ..:"._....:'..;..:-.'.
7Stocker;.Geo: K.;'>'."..X..-. '.':...
-Bertois J.'A". '.'.':���.;ir:yr.;.%y
": Cascade-' Development";Co: ;y.
Cascade / Development-Co.7;.'.
Stockec;;-Geb,.."'K. .-;.,:'.':���;; 'XX. XX.
f.Cascp.de ';.Development,.Cp,:v...
Cascade: ���Dev.elonment-Co.'. :...
'���"Cascade Deve!6prne.rit7Co.": �����.'..
::.^lpcke'r',Geo(..''K".-. iXXX -: ���-".".v7-i"
:Cas<:ade" Deyelopmsht; Co: X..
���; Ca&ca'de-Development'-Co'.. ".'.-.'
. WtqckerfGeo.' KyyiX.J-;:: X .Xy
'NGast-ado. Dftvelopment.-Cp".' ������'. _'
- Cascade'peyelopiaent'Cb.-; ::'.-
,.....:. .Lots 1 lb 16, Bk. 1.	
 ..Lots 1 to 7, 10 to. 25, 27 to. 35; ,38 io
...... Lots 1   to .14, 16 to :38, Bk. 3 ;....:
........Lots 1 to 5, Bk. 5	
 Lots 6 ,to 47, Bk. 6 	
 Lots 1 to 46, Bk. 7....: '..X.,X.
 ;....Lots 1 to 23; Bk. 8...;.., .-..-. ;.....
  Lots 1 to 23, Bk. 9.:............-.-....
  .Lots 1 to 16, 26 to 28, 31 to.34, Bk. 4..
FALLS,  Smelter Addition, Map 90.
 Lots 23 and 24, Bk. 5...............
8 ' ��� .
 Lots 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, Bk. 1.....;... '...
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 -Lots 1, 2,and 5 fo 10, Bk. 2.....	
 Lots 1, 3, 5, 6, Bk. 3 ...-
 ...Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8, Bk. 4	
........Lots 10 to 12, Bk. 4.....	
 Lots 1 to 6, and 8 to .12, Bk. 5.....i..
;. i..... -Lots 1 to 6 and 8 to 11, Bk. .6.........
*���*������*-�����Jl��oL�� ��i   ov  Hy  !���"��  x>K.   /���������������������������*����������
........Lots 4, 5, 6,'7, Bk. 7	
,:..:...W. Vz 4 & 7, 8 & E: % Lot lO.Bk.8.:.-
........ Lots 5 and 6, Bk. 8...	
........Lots 3, 7, 8, N. % 11, 12, Bk. 9.".-;..-;.
........Pt. Lot 5, 6 and 1Q,ll, 12, Bk. 10.
:.,.;. ."-.Lots 1 and 7, Bk. 11.............-.....
.-'. . * . . . .E.   ^2   XjQt.' &t .BK.   11 ......���������...������������...
....:.. .Lots :3, 9, .10, Bk. 11 :.............
,;...: 7: Lots 2,5/9, 11, 12, Bk. 12.,. :..���'......,
.7:.; 7 Lots 1; 2; 5, 6, and 9 tol2,"Bk. -���13.';.V.'-
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.77.7N: % Lot.TVand 8,9, Bi. 1.5>..:..... .-
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Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, Bk. 22	
Cascade Development Co. Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 23	
Gilbramson Mrs. Anna Lots ll and 12, Bk. 23.	
Cascade Development Co.' Lots 1, 5, 8, 9, Bk. 24.. i "
Stocker Geo. K : Lots 6, S % 7 and 11, 12, Bk. 24.....
Cascade Development Co Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 26	
Cascade Development Co..... Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, Bk. 26	
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9,10, 11, 12, Bk. 27.....
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 29	
Cascade Development Co ....Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 30....
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 11, 12, 7, Bk. 31 ."
Cascade Development Co.. Lots 1,. 2, 5, 6, N. % 7, 8, & 12, Bk. 32.
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3 and 7, 8, 9, Bk. 33:...:...
. Stocker Geo. K Lots 4, 5, 11, 12, Bk. 33.	
Cascade Development Co  Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 34..
Stocker Geo. K .Lqt 6, Bk. 34	
Cascade Development Co. Lots i; 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 35 ',
Cascade Development Co Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, & 9, 10,11, 12, Bk. 36...
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 5, 6 and 9 to 12rBk. 37.,~..',
Cascade Development Co .Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 38.....
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 39	
Cascade Development Co Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 40..
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 41....
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 42,....
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, Bk. 43.	
Cascade Development 60. ...: Lot 7, Bk. 44.	
Cascade Development Co  .Lots 1 2, 3, Bk. 45	
Cascade Development Co .Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,10,11,12, Bk. 46...
Cascade Development Co Lots 1,2, 3, 4, 7, 8,9,10,11,12, Bk. 47..
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3,- 4,7,8,9,10, Bk, 48	
Subdiv. of Pt. Lot 181, West Kootenay District.
Standing Harriet 9.695 Ac. Bk. 56	
Bird H. & M.  9.478 Ac. Bk. 66	
TOWNSITE OF CHRISTINA, Map 50.
B. C. M. & Mlg. Co ...Lots 6 and 6, Bk. 12.....i.	
TOWNSITE OF DEADWOOD, Map 73.
Belgrove Matilda Lots 9, 10, Bk. (16	
McMillan Robert Lot 13, Bk. 19	
TOWNSITE OF DENORO, Map 71.
Rendell & Co .Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 3...............,...
McMaster J. A  Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 3..	
Gowans Lavinia Lot 6', Bk. 14	
Rendell & Co. Lots 15 and 16, Bk. 23.	
TOWNSITE OF GLOSTER, Map 323.
Hutton & Todd  .Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Bk. 1	
Hutton & Todd  Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 2	
Hutton & Todd  Lots 1, 6, 8, 9, Bk. 3. v-T.
Dawe W. J Lots 2 and 3, Bk. 3.	
Hutton & Todd  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Bk, 5..
Hutton & Todd ; Lots 3 to 20, Bk. 6 :
Hutton & Todd Lots 6 and 14 to 20, Bk. 7	
Hutton & Todd  Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 11 to 20, Bk. 8	
Hutton & Todd : Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 13 to 20, Bk. 10.
TOWNSITE OF GRAND FORKS, Manly and Ruckle Addition, Map 108.
International Securities Co. '.LotB 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and Lots 8, 9, 10,
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International Securities Co. V Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 37	
Sartwell C. H .Lot 3, Bk. 37	
GRAND FORKS TOWNSITE, Ruokles Addition, Map 36.
Dawe W. J. ..: Lots 4, 5, 6, Bk. 8.	
Dawe W. J Lot 20, Bk. 9 	
Malm Richard Lot 14, Bk. 10	
Galipeau & Co. W. J Lots 6, 6, 7, Bk. 11..	
Dawe W. J Lots 9, 10, Bk. 12 	
Downey Martin ...Lot 20, Bk. 27	
Burr A. C ...Lots 5 ,6, Bk. 31	
Burr Minnie C Lots 7 and 8, Bk. 31.....	
Subdiv. of Pt. Lot 534, Map 1254.
Jack James Y ...Lots 6,7, Bk. 1	
Everts Howard A Lots 8 and 9,"Bk, 1 -...	
Agnew Robert  Lot 4, Bk 2...........	
Gubbins Lizzie Francis ..:~ Lot 1, Bk. 6	
Haffie~A.  H ......Lot 14, Bk. 11...... '?.....
Kerby F. M Lot 6, Bk. 12 .....; '.,.
Fenby Norman T  .Lot 5, Bk. 24	
Gibson Marion L.  Lot 9, Bk. 26 ,.	
Subdivision of Lot 534, Map 1457.
Hagen Joseph C _. Lot 8, Bk. 5	
TOWNSITE OF LONG LAKE, Map 65.
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MIDWAY TOWNSITE,. Map 3.
Padmore F. W	
LOCKWOOCl w. l-v ..............
Harber W. K.	
Padmore, F. W.  	
Guise G. O.	
Evans" Evan ..,...;...-..'...-...
Cunningham. Geo. ....	
Jakes Dr. 11. W	
Cunningham Geo. ......;.......
Walker Henry .",,.."	
John Wilson Estate ..,.....'...
.Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk, 3...
  Lots 16, 17, Bk. 11 >	
.............Lots 28, 24, BK: 20. ,; r.	
 .........Lots 19, 20, 21, Bk. 31	
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Cunningham Geo.  ...;  Lot 1, Bk. 4.....	
TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX, Granby Addition, Map 60.
Morrin Thompson Co.  .. ........Lot 12, Bk. 22.. ;.....
Thompson Henrietta Myrtle , ..Lot 4, Bk. 29.. 	
Ohman Frank  .. Lot 2, Bk. 31 ;...
. Moren Charles n ......... Lot 1, Bk. "B" '.
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, New York Addition, Map 58.
Erickson J. . .7 .."..; ..... Lot 4,. Bk. 16 '	
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, Golden Eagle Addition, Map 184.
Moore;Mrs. Hilda .. .i...............Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 1	
SUMMIT TOWNSITE, Map 79i
McAullife George ..; .................Lot 5, Bk. 39. ,	
Crown Granted  Lands, Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Boundary Mining & Exploration. Co...l9'4 Ac. Pt. Lot 422, Class "B" Coal
Boundary Mining & Exploration Co.,. 336 Ac.PtV Lot *637." .'.*....'.'.'.','.'.','.'.'.
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C AESHAW
7 77,-CIVIL engineer; .
';' DOMINION-AND7BRITISH7
.COCUMBIALAND SURVEYOR
Cawston
B.C.
OXV. MEGGITT
XGRANDFORKS,B.C.
Dealer in .Farm Produce, Railroad Ties.
Cedar:Pbles, and Fence Posts,, Farm and
Fruit Lands For. Sale; 7 List your, lands
with me,   Have, a buyer for good ranch
NOTICE  OF   INTENTION   TO   APPLY  TO
PURCHASE LAND
Slmliksmeea Land District, SeconUnc District
of Slralikameeo. sd3 sltaate to toe North-
East of Lone Lske, Greenwood Electoral
. District, anaadjolnloe tne Nortb-E��st aide
of Emerald ffilaera! cltlm L822, and Cea
Hlceral Claim L8 23.
TAKE NOTICE that T4- William J.
Prendergast, of Grand Forks, B.C., oceopztloa
steam eug-ineer, ioteuii to apply' for permission
to purchase tiie following-described lands: -.
Commencing- at a post planted ;st the
Sonth-East corner of Em*rald Mineral Claim
Lot 822, thence Northerly 40 chains; thence 40
-chains in an Easterly direction; thence 40
chains in a Sontherly direction; theaca 40
chains In a Westerly airection to point of commencement, containing.lib. acres more, or less.
WIl/WAM 3. PSENDERGAST,
SepWrd, 19^0. .,    Ap^licsint.
H. McKEE
7       GREENWOOD
Dealer in
I WOOD
Orders Promptly Filled
DR. J.  M. BURNETT   .
Physician and Surgeon
Announces    '
That he has located at Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dn Maclean's House
Office Phone 90.      Residence Phone 69
JOHN GRASSICK
.   Watchmaker and Jeweler
' y- .XyGRAND FORKS
Mail your watch for Repur and X will
mail it back... Charges are'mdderate.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
JN THE MATTER OF Lot 1230, Oroflp
1,-SlmlBataeeo D!v3$iofl or Yale District,
knows MtlieBBitsCtty Mineral Clalat.
...���. NOTICE IS HEHEBY- .GIVEN that it is
injr intention .'at 'the-expiration of one month
from the first publication' hereof,, io'. isane dap
licate.Certificate of Title to said lands iwned to
Mary Garland,', nnder No.' 3337a, unless la "the
meantime I.shall receive raJid objection thereto in writing'. .: XXX - ���'."""; ���"��� Zr. ���:..���'������'. -'" "
7 : DATTED at" Kamloops;. B.itL this 8th fiayt
of September, 1920.".. '.,"'-"���.     ..;������.. -���   f,.--.'A':~"
;7...-7-77s."7<7cha.ig,7 7..-; Xy-;y:
:��� ,-'ry Xy-      -.���.���o'.BistrSct' Registrar ofTitle*.
A, HIGGINB0THAM
X (Extort QvRc.l*n>yy
'iX !.CiRAbUATE>:.-':7-v":7
OPTICIAM AHD OPTOMETRIST
K- W. C Block       -  7 - , TNsIson
DR, L. F^TEPOORTEN
DEHTIST
All Work'Guaranteed
P. 0. BOX 148, TELEPHONE 92
Morrison Block. GRAND FORKS, B.C.
OOQCHDOOOOOOOOOOO&OOOOOOOGO
T.   THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED ������-'...
PRESSED AKD REPAIRED!
tailor X- Greenwood
PRINCETpH. B.C.
Oaecf the latest hotels In
thedty.   BeantJfel locatioa,
fine rooma and tasty meals.
Ai-O. JOBHSOR
ProBffetor
T8EM0NT HOTEL
NELSOK. B.C.
:. Nicely, tarnished rooms, by the
7 -: day,- -yreefc or inimth .'-��� :���;
F. KSlsoa
Pro8ri��t��r
-new <mm hotel
7:77 76l6;yifaos.si. flelsot ��� xxx
Brick building and finely ftmilshedrwias
JOKR BLOMBER@Xy,iyx WK&ittQt
NEW  HARNESS   SKOPT^
I lmTO opened a new harness shop and
am. prepared to, make harness to order
and to do all kinds of repair work. Shop
equipped .with modern, machinery.; All
work guaranteed; ,'������'-
C. A, CRAWFORD.     GRARD FORKS
M0NUMENTS7 ;"".'���';;
KOOTEKAY GRANITE AKD
r MOMUMEHTAL CO,, LTD.
FROHTST.,     NELSOH.     BOX 865'
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j, P. MORGAN
'._ Dealer in. Second-hand Fornitare
;   .and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
,., ,   .;,Horses, Cattle, Etc. ; " ;7.
7BAKER STREET. 77   RELSOR

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