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The Ledge Feb 7, 1924

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Vol.   XXrX.
We have in Stock
Skates, Hockey Sticks aiid Pucks
Now is the time to secure them as the Rink is open
Perfection Oil Heaters
Snow Shovels, Brooms, Etc. x
T. M.
: ��� ���   ��� ���        .
Fresh Every Thursday
Fit ���Reform
Made to your measure
Order yours now
W/Elson & Co,
Dominion Bacon      -      -
Pure Honey      -   \-
30c. per lb.
25c. per lb.
25c. per lb.
For Quality and Value
order from
Phone 46
Headquarters for Everything in
Drugs and Stationery
Mail orders promptly  attended to
Real Estate.
Fire,  Life  Insurance^
Licensed by B. C. Government
Accident & Sickness Insurance
Auction off your surplus Stock
Call. at my ; Office and see me iu
reference- to any of above
Making, ready for
New Spring Millinery
We are selling one lot of
on hand as low as
' $4.50, others at $1,00 or less
Meals, at all Hours
Open Evenings
IJauce or Hockey nights will be
MRS. TROUNSON. Proprietress
Around Home
'�� n
F. Smyrl, of Mjncaster, spent
a couple of days in town this
Kenneth Campbell, M.P.P., of
Nelson, was a visitor in town on
Mrs. John Hallstrom aud son,
Roy, are spending a few days in
Grand Forks.
Mrs. E- Mellrud returned on
Tuesday from a couple of days
yisit ia Grand Forks.
^Constable J. M.Bella left on
Tuesday for Lumber ton where
the Loggers are on strike.
% F. M. Kerby, of Grand Forks,
is doing* some surveying at the
Providence mine this week.
This district is having one of
the longest mild spells that the
oldest resident can remember.
The Doukhobors will shortly
commence the erection of a cannery and a large dwelling at
West Grand Forks.
Lewis Keir returned this morn-
fiug from Pullman, Wash., where
he took a six weeks course in
dairying at the State College.
The      Masquerade     Carnival
which was to be held at the local
rink   next    Tuesday,   has   been
! postponed until further notice.
���; Flags were flying at half mast,
for three days this week, on all
public buildings throughout the
Dominion in memory of the late
Ex-President Wilson, who died
last Sunday.    .... _.
Mr., and Mrs.   A.   Gustafson,
Mr.   and Mrs. J.  Hasty, of Penticton;   Mrs,    A.    Bergman,   of
Molson; Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson
of Nelson,  were   in   town   this
City Council
We are the Sole Agents
Xy XS^omm^n^
The new Conncil took oath of
office on Monday evening in tbe
City Hall, the only absentee being
G. B. Taylor who was confined to
his borne through illness.
Mayor Galley briefly reviewed
the work of the past year and
solicited the same good feeling and
assistance from the present aldermen th^t bad been shown previously. Special mention was made by
the city trustee on his recent visit
regarding the number of citizens
having spoken to him of the efficient enforcement of the pound law
and the Mayor in hi9 speech "complimented the chairman of the
pound committee for this particular
The Mayor then' appointed the
following committees, the first
named of each being chairman:
Finance: Aid. King, Taylor
and Kerr.
Streets: Aid. Mowat, Morrison
*nd Jenkin,
Fire and Water: Aid. Kerr,
Morrison and. King.
Lighting: Aid. Taylor, King
and Kerr.
Health, Cemetery and Pound:
Aid. Jenkin, Mowat and Taylor.
Power consumption for January
was abnormally heavy and a check
was ordered to be made of certain
consumers who are on a flat rate
and service will be cat off immediately where any infringement is
Complaints were" made of some
householders allowing water to run
to waste through open faucets to
avoid freezing up. In consequence
ot the reservoirs ...being, now very
low the clerk was instructed to insert a notice in The Ledge warning
���gainst the above-mentioned practise.
Kettle Valley Notes
Miss Ruth Fernstrom is visiting
Mr. and" Mrs. T. N. Walker.
Matins and Holy Communion
will be held in the Anglican Church
on Sunday, Feb.  10th at 11 a. m.
A meeting of tbe Womens Auxiliary was held at Mrs. Frank
Bubar's on Jan. 23rd, 12 members
being present.
A Card Party and Dance will be
held at ths Kettle Valley School
on Saturday, Feb. 9th at 8 p.m.
Prizes will be given. Entrance
fee SOc.
The Baldry Strang Entertainment Party, of Chautangua fame, .
will give a Concert followed by
Supper and Dance at the' Co-Operative Hall, Rock Creek on Wednesday, Feb. 13th at 8.30
Adults $1.25, children 50c.
p. m.
Accounts   as  presented  by.the
Midway News
Frank Carey, of Rock Creek, is
a visitor in town.
Mrs. Clappier has taken a position at Scotty Fawns camp as cook.
Sheriff T. A. Taggart, of Grand
Forks, was a visitor to town on
the 1st inst., on business.
J. A. McDonald, rancher on
Anarchist Mountain, was in town
on business on 'Friday last.
Constable W. B. Stewart, left on
Tuesday's train for the Logger
strike district in East Kootenay.
Shorty Green has returned to
town for a short vacation. He is
doing some improvements to his
dwelling house.
~,  ^.wov/u,   wdc   iu   iuwn -mis ...Auixjunra   as  presented   by.the
week to attended the funeral of finance committee were  accepted
.-..-��� Thos.-H. luce presents,.
Douglas MacLean'
''A fMarjof Action"
With** R'a3*'mohd  Hatton,- Marguerite. de
. da'Motte and a" great.luce cast   -
A Hurricane of Laugliter arid a .
Cyclone, of-Thrills
Romance, Adventure, Fun.-' A Pretty
Girl, a young liian trying to be a hero
ancl a" bunch', of crooks that" will keep you
ou the edge of your seat with excitement
and make your sides, ache with'laughter.
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
��� AJ if jtiptii: ��p@y ^^ten^fegu^^aHt^^rfWfe;:
QUICK ACTION and ACCURACY are what one depends upon when:.
placing a Long Distance call.   These are factors which our Long Distance
staff exert themselves to provide: you with.
Are you making your Telephone deliver loo per cent, useful service in
your business or'home life? At your disposal are Long Distance lines to' all
principal towns Bud villages, within hundreds of miles of .your own Telephone, including mauy United States points. . -;."������.
Call our "Rate Clerk" for charge's.   You will'find them reasonable. -
Presbyterian Church
���Minister. in\charge_:777r 7. >���./-,_-   ..-;-,. ��� ,-_"-. .-
* 7 /TteWw: R. Walkjnsnaw^fA. f ')
...    ' '    -Greenwood
Sunday, February. 10th' ���
'Greenwood 7.30s.nt.
FOR BOYS attending High, and-Public
Schools. Fees foo.oo month.' Particulars
apply to the Reverend, the Principal,
iiS6 NicolaSt., Vancouver, B.C,-XXz
the late John-W. Bergman.
B. W. Harding, Chiropractor,
���will open an office in the Bank of
Montreal Residence- on. Monday,
Feb. ,.l.lth,: to look Rafter-Dr.
Lain son's practice in Greenwood
and district. -���-'.See" business card
fos^hours.:W-7---;--- 777 ;;���'. :- yy
,.. J.-.T. Fisher and .son, Leland,
off the North Fork,'were in town
today'ehroate.tbf,Phoenix ;to get
some - cattle . that strayed from
their ranch some months ago and
have been'fed in Phoenix by/A,
Forpaw- ....
^ H. L-V Wanke. left .on Wednesday ���;.morning . for hisf.home in
Australia, after visiting his
brother E- A. Wanke for several
months. - Se . will sail on the
Niagara from .Vancouver for
Sydney thetsce 500 miles by rail
to Melbourne." Mr. .Wanke takes
this medium to thank the residents-of this district forihe kind
hospitality shown him during his
stay here,;-' -      .        X'.--''.
Judge J. R. Brown held ChJRtti*
bers   here . on   Wednesday., 7 An
application for. dissolution- of in-,
junction in the" case ofJas, Kerr
and G. S. Walters, vs.' -Wm. Madden, was heard.;  This is a dispute
as to . the-. ownership  of certain
rails in.a.mine, plaintiffs! Having
received an.injunction against der
fend ant..  Application was. made
by C/F, R.'pinfcptt, solicitor' for
defendant to have the .injunction
dissolved. -1. H.f Hallett appeared
for ��� plaintiffs.:'  After-;hearing
counselWahd:' sworn'   affidavits
judge Brown dissolved the injunction.   The   defendant   is  under
obligation to keep off the mineral
claim aud leave ..rails and pipes
untouched until the case of M. F.
Madden ; vs  R.   Lee  has  bees
settled.    The costs will   be. decided 'after, the trial. ���;.:' -;'���' '
and ordered paid.
Meeting then adjourned.
Late  John Wm.  Bergman
'.. John !Williani Bergman, ���"*. wel--
knownold timer,of Bqundaryland.
Kootenay died peacefully at the
rcaidence of Ola Lafstad on Sunday
evening, Feb.. 3rd,: -after a few
weeks illness. 77    7 . f'
The late: Mr. Bergman was born
in Sweden on Aug. 1,1870, migrating to Dakota in 1888, three years
later going to Spokane and in 1893
arrived in Nelson..7 He. moved to
the Boundary in 1898, where' he
followed mining, and shortly, before his demise he was leasing on
Wallace Mountain, Beaverdell.
He leaves, io mourn his loss,
three sinfeere Mrs. A. Gustafson and
Mrg. J. Hasty, of Penticton,. and
Mrs. A.^Bergman, of Molson; :
��� The funeral was; held on Wednesday jkt 2 p.m., service being held in
the Undertaking ParlorB, Bev.. W.
R, Walkluahawofficiating... Interment tookplace in. the Greenwood
cemetery,. The pall- bearers were
E. Granb6rg, L. Sortdme, F. L.
Peteripn,, V. Barrett,; Lew Bryant,
*nd Ed. .Mellrud.',; Xx'Xx
-Floral tribute were sent by Mr.
and Mra. j. Johnson,; Kelson, Mr,-
and Mrs. A,. Qastafson,' Mr. and-
Mrs. J. Haaty and Miss VendYa
GustafeoQ, Penticton,.Mr. and Mrs.
.G. B. Taylor,, Mr. ;.iind)fMre; A.,1
Sater, Mr. .and Mrs..-' E.'. Granberg,
Greenwood.""?'      ���""""���'���.',���
Greenwood and a strong team
from Grand Forks played, a fast
and good game of hockey at the
local rink last .Friday: night be-
fork   a   crowd   :of    enthusiasts,
Grand Forks winning by a score
?f ?t0.17- The game was strenuously   contested'throughout,  it
being -anybody's7game   till the
last.     The ice  was heavy and
that inade it hard on the players
a.fast gait during the whole three
periods..   Iritbie first two periods
Greenwood had by for the best of
thepliy, and thejast period going :
to Gratia Forks.: Jas!   McCreath
was referee and Mr.; Kenyon was"-;.
judge ofjplay... .' !))
���X.After "-the ��� game  refreshments; -
were served to the/players by .the-
ladies  rink  committee,    and' a
da^ce-ia the Masonic.Hall..-,The
visitors--were well   pleased with
their reception.
I/ine-up '.".-.." Xyy--.
Grand Forks
Hodion .;...._*.
Galipeau "..;'..*.,
....... Royce
..;Morrisou .
..... Hallett
......... Clerf
Ledge ads^ bring'results!/:
Messrs. Jefferson and Edgar
Davis who have conducted a
large mercantile business under
the firm name of Jeff. Davis &
Company-in Grand Folks, have
sold out .to Messrs, D. A. McKinnon and F. E. Haverty, who
will continue the business under
the firm name . of ��� ��� McKinnon &
Twenty men are f now* employed .
at th�� Providence mine. Considerable development is nnderfway
and some very high grade.ore is,
being taken out from the oiKMqot
A tunnel is being driven: to cat
the ledge on the Jack of Spades,
No. 7 Eoad. The ore .in tbis
property carries values in fgrey
copper, gold, silver and copper-
For the past two months ���- work
has been carried on .by. "NX -"By
Caasorsoj Clement Vacher,:= Alex.;
Bravard, Claude . Gidon, Robert
Folvik aad Harold Folvik. THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD, _ j|&
particular people*
fo chicory or  any adulterant in
this choice coffee
i he Farmer Ancl Labor Legislation
Qmslions submitted (o farmers as to why Western agriculture was not a
ri*.i.--i,'iiably profitable business in J 023, taken on tlio whole, elicit two main
ri axons. "   '
Firsl, bJgh cost, of production due to high-wages for labor, wliich was reflected in excessive threshing bills, and high prices i'or equipment and supplies of aii kinds essential to the industry of agriculture.
Second, the low price received for farm products by the farmer after he
had met the heavy costs of getting those products on the markets of the world,
and particularly the high rail ancl hike freight rales. ��
Kxamination of these Lwo reasons will disclose that, after all, Lhey constitute one reason only���that reason being high labor costs leading lo inflation
in prices and charges for --ill supplies and services required in successful
The depressed slate of agriculture in .192.", was not. the result of popr
crops. Manitoba, it is true, suffered severely in this respect, but Saskatchewan and Alberta harvested good crops, both as to quantity and quality. Alberta's returns far exceeded any previous year, and the Prairie West recorded oue of the best crops in its history. Therefore, neither the farmer nor
the country is to be blamed for the unsatisfactory conditions that, prevail, nnd
which are proving so disheartening to farmers-everywhere and causing much
As stated in previous articles, the present situation is largely the result
of unsound economic theories and ill-advised legislation giving effect to those
theories. In other words, man and noLfnature is responsible, and it is only
through the eiforts of man that the needed remedies can be applied. Their
application at this time will require courage and statesmanship, but until
they are applied the eagerly awaited and long hoped for betterment cannot
come.-*   ��� . ,-   .--: -y "���-yy ,  -'���-"-'������"--'-',-'..,;    y,.[Z .-���-',-.-"   f.   XXX]'.. XX X    '���""���
Farmers -generally.;are .'so engrossed .witliUliVi.r; own- liarU'culai* problems
that tliey; a i*e apt, to-overlook' the'-Lie..- I hat. .many matters -i.hey-".corisid,e'r as
o.f-np'par'ieula'r'' concern-' .to" theni.'e_'feci..-tb'ein directly 'and', viliiljy*. -..For ex-.
' ample,1, liow' many /fanners fuily-apprifcia.i.e the fact'; .iha.t.f iiyery bii--of.* labor,
legislation"; enacted, at.--\YirinipoK.jn response to the demands of the,.Unions
filWorhas.'.resulted in'.steadily'-.increasing costs-, in. the production .'ofyihose-
Ihlngs the'farinei* inust.buy., ���"'_-"���        -      --."".-.    ;��� ' .-'  *
- ,.'7".'lJii'''iiig-_ i!)23'"employers in "Manitoba.paid^'iii*-.'-..-.)- one '"million .dollars-' hi
��� assessments" underftiie-'Wprkman's Compensation,, Ac._'. bi_t,_o'f course, the "cm':
'Jplbyer-nar-st-d this, on to the, farmer,-tlie laborer., the ollVcq*-worker,"aiid-ihc
���;.general'public-through price.increases. . '��� While'" i-h'e "worker is entitled to pro-'
iex'tioii iuthe course .of his-employnioni, much of" tlnf; so-called-legislature
;.ior-the benefit'of labor is ho hampering toiudusiry tliaj'productive invest-
'.jnoitt w discouraged. '" .This i.s.:. cause. ot.' uenniplo.ysiioni, 'as well as_...h-:.:in'-
~*tliree.i-an'd burdeiisome"tax\on.the.consumer.-;---.- ���';,   " '..'���"���'   X y .-'   ���'"" 7-ff ." ;
-'���'""'..Wage'-statistics .show  thaf'*failway .e.Jiij)!oye(f-s-,wages'-have -iiicreascd in.
.recotu yhn.'i;s.up 'to IS 3.. per" cent.,' a-nd' iii-some .eases :owh- _is.iiiE.li 'as,176 per
,'*cenl. f'This-'fact aloneflargely" accounts foi; -increased* (r.eight rates,, which the.
'farmei -is-obligedto "pay andwhieb H'-oiie. of the factors, -resulting ih;i lie. farm-'
" er'speurmgf.snmllci'Towards I'or Ins labor-while llie'railway, workers and. city
���/ariizij'ns get "more.. ,".    . ..-',��� -   -*     -. - *,   ,   --7.:.--.-''    -    *.:' ���      XX    ~X" ' '���
���������    "Hours of labor "on ihe farm .remain ninny-" and' long, but hours: of labor in
- Indusiriixl centres-and on tli**'railways lutye steadily   droppi-jl" from.; Ion,   to
nine, io'eight, even-to seven, with demands'-being pres^ed-for.further reducf--
.lions.',-_-..At the' same* time wage'scales .have increased',. "while shorter 'hour's-
havtvcompeiled oS*ertinio work- paid  for at -timo-aml-a'-half arid double time.
-. ,T:lii; employer P'ays.dire.etly.'b.it indirectly.ii. is refunded to hiin'by the farmer
..aiid.llie .consuming:public.througli.-iiicreas-od prices/-yy-i-'y���-----:-------   yX'-'-'" :
-'- .    .The qiiesiion -has. been' asked _ '-Why -should the" j.eapl'eyfiticludiiig thc far-"
mcrsv ".stand* i'or Lnb6i; iaws' that:'result '.in short .'hours Viiul'high -wages, lor city
- workers, v-;hen long-hours-andfhanlf.work oii- the' l'arnr-lias-got to be exichang-
'. ed' for high-priced production" of. tho-.c'iiy"; .workers ?;-.'.*'' "'-'.W : ���'   X: -:   - -.';��� """'-
��� X Why. should...transi)ortation,''-"workHi,s'';jif ���'"liigli* wtig.es -be- allowed '.special
' easy working condiUonsiiiTailway. shops'.stiul/t rain service;*-, to. be paidfbr by
'."the fanner tliroughftreniendpus, burdens-.in -ihe'cost, of moving'the Tanner's.
-crop to'market? ..,'*- .-;' -   -f -7.:.  .[������-.''���   --������'.' ,7'--��� *" *'. ���'* ''-������--     X '"'".---"" *'
'  . -   The. times areout. of; joint-liirough.ourf Jack of apiiretiaiioivof.sdifnrt'.'fecon-
omic "truths."-' - There was- less, .hardship fa.nd.f" mo re.'.mi!"' defy'elophienf :;wh'eh
; .people" were "content ,= to work longerhours and; spend'fewer inf idleness arid.
""' Questionable-amusementf. '"We- must- get- back.' to ;'first-principles, and'.-the
.sooner'iiis" done thb "better, for all.-' '  .'-."-".-     -ff- .-.-���       - .   ".   ''X X'X    XX-..
What Is It That Pays?
The Moral of This Story is That It
Pays to Advertise
One day ten men each lost a ten dollar bill. Nine of ..them were pessimists, and one believed in advertising.
He ran a want ad. in the local paper,
staling that he had lost a ten-dollar
bill and would give a reward for its
Seven men came around to the address given in the want ad., each with
a ten-dollar bill he had found. The
optimist took the money and gave
each in turn a dollar for his honesty.
Lot's sum it np' now: Each of the
seven honest men were ahead one
berry; the pessimists who did not believe that advertising paid .were ou!.
ten bones each; the fellow who believed in advertising was Ihe big winner;
the three fellows who had round each
a tenner but did not answer tho ad.
were crooks, but were ahead ten each.
Honesty may or may not be the best
policy, but it. pays to advertise!���Exchange.
H       Bn fan %!#
2 Years' Backache
Subdued by "Nerviline"
All skin diseases sucli as pimples originate through failure
of the kidneys and liver. All
taints that block the avenues of
health must be removed. Dr.
Hamilton's Pills do this quickly. They cleanse the system,
make the skin smooth, restore
roses to the cheeks, and give
clear, dainty complexion.
For good looks, good health, and
good spirits, there is nothing so sure
as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. 25c boxes,
live for $1.00, all dealers, or The
Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.
"Backache was thc bane of my life,
and for two years 1 was so lame as to
be unfit for work," writes 13. S. Sloane,
from Georgetown. '������While in Smith
Bros.' Drug Store, f heard of Nerviline
being a wonderful pain-destroyer, so I
decided to try Nerviline. Thanks to
Nerviline, my two-years' backache was
rubbed away, and to-dav l am perfectly well."
All those who suffer from weak,
aching backs, those whoso . muscles
are- stiff, whoso joints are swollen, let
them try Nerviline���(lie liniment that
never fails.     3_>e at al) dealers.
Western Fair Dates
Dates for Holding Western Fairs During Coming Summer Are
Dates of fairs on  ilie  two circuits
were announced at a session of the
Western    Canada    Fairs    Association
held at Saskatoon, as follows:
- Western circuit.���Lethbridge.*,. July.
J.7-.!'_);7 RcdWeeWhilyf"2fi-_._J; * Cam-
rose, "July" 2-l-2(.;; v'.LloytlniinsCer, July
28.-30';' f'North"" ;liai lieforci/viJuly'. 7..l;-
Aug.-f2;'..v'ermiilio'_\, Augf 'X'X. ''��� ���-   -   -"
,Tuly'"2;-'Ne'epawa,- July ':..-;"">; 'Estevan,
July ;i'-__7Portage la -lJrairie,-'July .7-!)';
Dauphin, .fuly-:i0-1.2; Yorkton, July JO1
jSf;'"Melforl��� July .22-25;'��� Prince Alberj.v
July 2rj:A'iig_"l;' .WeybWn.-fAiis."4Mj.-"* .'
", F.-y 'Wright-.-..- of'.'Norlli.'. Battleford
was elected president-'; ' K. \\".. Bjork-
land.'Red Deer,'yi��;e:presiderii, an'd K'
Huxley.--.Lloydminster, was. re-elected
secretary. - -.' 7 : X-' 7 . ���''-,-" 7'"".,-;
.-"Contract's;- for-* life" inidway.^ai-lrac-
I ions -ol' ;.both sect ions' * hafve been
awarded" .lo i.fovil.-. '.Brown- siiid'/jlug-
fgjns' .shows,. o'f-'Chicagol --"'���"...-"' ,   -. .'
��, of- sciatica:
.  f: What Radio. May Do   x
Hard to.Pfa.ce a Limit on the Pessi'bili'-.
7 ties'of "Wireless1"'., -f-     .
-. What -is7 matter? -' \ViiW-is radioactivity? .A .few days-ago ir wasfdenL-
onstnited 'that*it was.-possible to'hear
-a" radio concert In a -tim'nel "b<jlow the
'"Hudson River. " It'is. pointed out thiit-
tho vibrations which carried into thy
tunnel penetrated thirty feet of waler,
��� sixty Veet of earth and sever;.!
inches of si.eeh - Tlnft-.success-il7the
experiment seems,to incan ..tisat hereafter-radio may, be used for commuir-
. Ication with entombed "fmlners ami
others beyond the reach of ordiriary
-iaeana of communication,-but indeed
Jt is hard to. put a limit to the uses
to which wireless may be put.���Stratford Beacon-Herald.
Produced" Greatest Crop in History
'7 - -'*'; Duriflfj/La'st .Year. :' '��� X. ���
'.The Indians of-.the -three, prairie
l��i*ovinces In'/.192:{ seiisoii" .harvested
the greatest crop iii their history, ac-
eordlng to the-annual report of the
superintendent of Indian affairs. In
the three provinces thy Indians har-
vestexi 63S.561 bushels of\vheat, 574,-
2.S2 bushels of oats aiid C2.nft.-i bnshels
of- bari^y. The report shows they
raised y$-,20-t bushels of potatoes and
30,000 .bushels of other vegetables.
They suminerfa'llowed 20,000 acres of
land'; broke C.80S acres; put. up 5",-
{.00 ions of hay and 3,516 of green
If you are T^ise, yoii wiil-be merry.
Saskatchewan Briquettes
Carload Reaches Ottawa and Will Be
Givsn Thorough Test
Tin; carload of Saskatchewan lignite
briquettes consigned by the Saskatchewan 7.ignite Utilization Board to tlie
Dominion Government has arrived in
Ottawa. It will be used by the Dominion Fuel Board for testing purposes. The briquettes were made in
a plant in North Dakota from Saskatchewan lignite and the board has given a carload each to the Dominion
Government and the Governments of
Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Distribution of the briquettes has
begun. A large part of the carload
will be tested in government furnaces. Supplies will also be given t.o
a selected list of householders who
arc interested in lignite as a solution
of the fuel problem of Central
Laying New Cable
Will Lay Cable to Alaska in Course ot
41,000-Mile Trip
. With a crack crew on board, and
every modern device known to science
installed, the U.S. Government cable-
ship, Dellwood, the only vessel of its
kind under the American "" flag, will
start from Seattle for Loudon, via
Nome, the first leg of a 41,000-milo
trip, during which it will'lay a new
cable to Alaska, the war department
has announced.
Among the scientific devices on
board is the "gyro-pilot," a mechanical steering instrument, which rectifies instantly any deviation in the
vessel's course. It is estimated tliat
enough cable at ? 1,000 a mile will bo
saved by-this device to pay for. it ten
limes over in laying the new cable.
Hair Grows
Thick, and
Mother! Give Sick Child
"California Fig Syrup"
Harmless    Laxative    for    a    Bilious,
"Constipated  Baby or Child
Constipated, bilious,  feverish,  or
sick, colic Babies     t/f/   ^.W
and ^Children love   mu    y"*>
lo   take   genuine ^iL&y  /,
"California      Fi
Syrup."  No-othei\|-
It; ^sweetens - tho"- (\!
bowels- so nicely. "    "
the -tender -little
stoma c h" - sxnd
starts,-.-.the'- liver
and ..bowels acting
Contains no narco
tics or -soothing fdrugs. ", Say "Califoiv
nia"-.loy.'our druggist arid avoid-counterfeits!'. .*��� Insist', upon genuine "California-. Fig' Syrup", whicli contain3
direction's; -"��� "  .   '.��� y- *   ".-���
Relieved by,-Enriching-and .Purifying
'-" -;' '(*.- -:.. .".the; Blood . , -'���".' -
.Sciatica is; neuralgia -of., the." sciatic"
nerve and ft lie', treatment, should be
the same, as- I'or other .forms of heur'al-.
gia. Scialicii is .'stubborn ihresisf-
ingVtreatment .and -the patient" fre-
quenily suffers for years. '- '7
"��� So many casi>s of sciatica.have, been
helped by.-Dr.' VvMlliams'. Pinlcv-Pil'ls
that ���every.'sufferei'*-- is justified in giving, Ihis-. I rea tin'ent" a -,t horougli. i rial.
Dr.; William's' J'inll Pills dp'hot' simply relieve, pain^~lhoy corivci diseiises'
caused;by-weak...watery blood."-..'Thus
they'are benefufiaVin the' treatment "of
.even the.most, severe disorders; Their
value in .'eases*'-ol'-"_ihis...}_iiul-J.s,.s*l_own
by the'experience "of i\iiss Lizzie"Freeman. Noyies Civelc, Ont., who say's;���-
"I was ('unfilled to :bed '-.".for--".*.seven
weeks witli -.sciatica... \\;iiat I.-suffered is;:alni_ost'impossible to realize. The
doctor did.all Ji��. could l'oi'-hiiie,.aiid".yet
1 was.not gei.ting-any b��'lfer,' and-he
tohl.ine".i.he trouble was'likely"to leave
me crippled. ;"A.neighbor who-was in
to.-see 'mc,. strongly .ad vised iii'.j'i��i..lrv
Dr.. Wil!ian..s:f Pink. Pills'. . I decided,
lo.dofso'and after taking ���ihem; for a
fwiiile-found. (hei* were helpitig-me.- I
continued la King the- pil.ls':untii r.-hiifil
lakoii nine boxes, when I was itbiii'to
walk as w.eij as ever, and .fit ihat !
i was fully ri'slored. in vh-w of what
these pills hiivi- done for me I strongly recommend lliemto all sufferers."
If you are fjuffer.ing I com any coinli-
tion due to jroor.-Walery S)lood or weak
nerves. ..begin taking. Dr. Williams'*
Pink Piiis now and' note how your
strength aud health will i.nipiwe.
The new sales tax will not. increase
tlie price of Div Williams'" .-Pink Pills/
as the company pays the tax. You
can. slill obtain the pills through any
medicine dealer ai 50. cents a box:, or
bv mail, post paid, at this price, from'
The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvilie, Ont,
..Evidences of Prosperity
Some Western- Farmers Can Afford to
"-'-.��� -Go-GloBe Trotting f
���--'AVIiat would see.ih.to coiistifiito'clear
evidence of lhe -general-prosperity- ol;
the man on- the land in Western Canada ai7the. -present.- time- is. tlio'fact
ihat in -thef passenger, .list, of ��� the
found-l.he-.'vor.ld .-.cruise��� on. .the' Cana:
dian Pacific S.S.-Knipress of Canada,
Western . Can ada-.-'is' particularly -well
represented,- - Such, cat tie. aiid wheat
towns 7'a"s " -Tlighf- 'River. Hussar and
Standard--are away' in .the lead,, indicating the agriculturists' of these sec-
f ions-nave -found ,;their Tarming- operations suilicieiiUyf profitable to* spend
the winter -globe .trolling.    ....-  . ���
35-Cent   "Danderine"   Does   Wonders
for Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lustre and life shortly follows a genuine toning up of
neglected scalps
with dependable
Falling hair,
Itching scalp and
thc dandruff is
corrected immediately. Thin, dry,
wispy or fading hair is quickly invigorated, taking on new strength, color
and youthful beauty. "Danderine" is
delightful on the hair; a refreshing,
stimulating tonic���not sticky" or
greasy!   _ Any drug store.
. A Harmless Substitute for- Castor Oil/Paregbnc,- Drops }
7��� yVVx ancl Soothing Syrups.-r.No Narebtiq! 7; yx)})
Mother! * Fletcher's .-Castoria has, laUoa-of: Foo<3;\giving Natural sleep
been in fuse for over 30 "years to re-fj yitfa<rat..ophites^; The genulno. beara
.Iieve,babie3 and children oi Cpnstlp^\^X^^B:v''y'yiy yyXX-'XX.XXy
tion. Flatulency, Wind Colic and
_Dla.-_Th.oea; allaying Feverishrsess arising therefrom, and, by regulating the /
gtoicacli aa4 Bowels, aids tie assitai- j z���
Mothers" Value" this Oil.���Mothers
���vvlio knp-ft** how suddenly.'croup", may-
seizO-their children .and.-.ho'.v necessary prompt acllon is\ih applying-re-
lief, always -keep 'at hand a-supnly of
Or; Thomas' Eclectric-Oil, because experience has taught them that this is
an excellent, preparation, loi-the treatment o'f.lhis ailm-'nt.-f- And".th"ey-_ire
vise.- for its various uses-render it a
���valuable medicine.      ....-.'   '*-"���
7 Trial Trip a Success
Boat Makes Trip From-Great Lakes to
-"'7 '";.',''."-" B.'C. -in 25 Days ".*.
- ��� Froui.ilje O.rea'I.J.'ikes to Vancouvor
in. 25. days .is the. record pi-- theKirk-
wood Hnef. st"cam.;r;_ - ,f. J!-..' Plummer,
which readied- VnucoinVr rticently. ->V
W-. "iludsoii. presiilent of tiie-line, stated thiif though the I tip was only a
trial one, prospects were good foi' a'
coniiutialioii of the service..
3!h-'; Plummer brought pianos, "wire
cable, roofing paper,-, rubber tires,
pickle,-*, paints and hooey.; ' Candies,
also carried as an experiment, to as.
certain if 'they would stand .tlie "journey through the lNiuama. Canal, reached Vancouver apparently in" excellent
Saskatchewan's Population
Another   Influx   of  Settlers   Must   Be
Expected  When   Conditions
Saskatchewan received 192,958 immigrants .in the. decade 1913-.1.922, according to a statement issued by the
provincial bureau of labor.and industries. Over 45,000 new settlers came
into thc province in 1912 and oyer
���1-1,000 in 1913. The war years wero
poor immigration years. The lowest
point was reached hi J 915, when only
5,182 immigrants came-into the province. . A revival, took place in the
last years of the war but after the
armistice 'there -was another slump
and in 1922 tlie total" number of new
settlers coming in was c-ily 8,18'i.
When; it. is remembered that between j 901" aud 19LI Saskatchewan's
population*iticreased/frohi".- 91,27!), lo
.492,432; .the. figures " for . f913-3922 are
disappointing; but-two important fac-
.ior,-.*-must -be- borne "iii'mind. .".:.* The
heavy immigration during the. first decade of (.lie century filled up'a largo-
portion'.of-llie- free land in "this province, and left poorer, pickings for. those,
wlio were-to. come, later. The-war
and its aftcr-blTec.ts - upon" agriculture
.were bound to have a depressing in-;
fluehec "upon--immigration'to a'province 'tha t* is - predominantly- -agricultur-
>ii. ; When-these"-factors are' taken
into, consideration the, .drop in immigration' to- Saskatchewan duriug' the
pasI dccade ;does^ not ai)p'car} so,.orniu-.
ou'sf  "-'~'x'X ,   -"" ���    ;'"-" .'-     -'    '  -.-'.'     ;'-.
Saskatchewan is as sound today'as:
it- oyer-was," with.a".soil as productive
and.a climate, as 'stimulating;, and
there is no doubt-that ahoUier.'lieavy'
iufluXof-settlers will occur as.sooiras
agriculture is .made profitable "for,
them.. , The construction'* of branch
railway lines into districts now inadequately served is an important step.in
making -farming f-itif" those - districts
.economically.-. , pos'sibl.e... ��� -It'egihit
Leader. ���"  '      .*,.'-.   X    .   -:.-    '��� -..
Thomas Hardy's Method
Always Made Sure That the Story
Was Worth the Telling
Long ago 1 was taught a lesson by
Thomas Hardy. Ho was being lionized in London-aud I, a young apprentice, was seated next to him. Ho
turned to mo: "You young men puzzle me. " 1 can't see what attracts you
to fiction. You're clever, cynical, often brilliant; but your boolonuiss tho
bullseye���they tell everything except
a story. I have never allowed myself
to write chapter the first till I'have
felt sure that it was a story worth the
telling." Since then, I have never
set pen to paper without the certainty
that I had a plot that held together
and a plot which, to me at least,
seemed worthy of unfolding."-���W. J.
Help for Asthma. Neglect gives
asthma a great advantage. Tho
trouble, once it lias secured a foothold,
fastens its grip on the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Asthma Remedy is daily/ benefiting
cases of asthma of long standing.
Years of sufferings however, might-
havo. been prevented had the remedy
beenjised when the trouble was in its
first stages. . Do not neglect asthma',
but use this preparation at once.
Use Saskatchewan Clay
One of the newest industries to establish in-~Oshawa, Ont.. is the Ontario'Potteries. The "first kiln has-,
been opened. Tho company will produce table and art ware, using Canadian raw'materials. The clay is being secured from Saskatchewan and
the feldspar from Ontario.
WW -
Wholesoms cleansing Refreshing
Increase your profits by handling our agency for men's hand-
tailored "Better Built" clothes.
Best quality. Moderate prices.
..No investment.-Write at once.
Res Tailoring Co. Ltd., Toronto
Makers oi"Better Built" Clothes |
. Grain Car Record -
From the opening Of the crop year.
September 1;- to date, more than .110,-
000 cars of grain, were loaded at Canadian: National points.throughout the
west. ��� Tlie .110,000 ears .contained
Ii4,4a0,0p0 bfts.hel.s of grain- as against
a total-of 118,63 LOOT bushels loaded
in. the same' period -of *192__-23,- anf iri-
crease of nearly.26,000,000 -bushels.'
A woll-ktibwn Graft of caterers, in
London lias 25,000 pieces of crockery
broken every week. .
, ..The --'grand; balance" or scale "'used,
in. the Bank of England is so sensitive
that "tha weight...of a "postage stamp
mores the-index six inches." -- ' * -""*
!AiR3.rd's Unirnent Heal* C��*a
gravies, savoury dishes, and in.
hundreds of different way* Oxo
beef cubes will make food more
tasty and r.utritiou*.
���In all'infantile complaints that are.
the ���'-���"result', of tho depredations; of;
worms in thc; stomach and intestines.
Miller's Worm Powders will, bo: found,
an '. effective remedy. . They attack
the; cause of these, troubles, and .by expelling; the worms from the organs in:
sure-an-orderly working 6f-tlie;sy.s-'
tent, without whicli the'chiid cannot
maintain its strength 'or- thrive.-Those
powder;, meati health and- improvement.  .'* [[-y ;���' ' y ���'     -''��� ��� ���    . .; f
. $. Faulty'digestio.n-.causcs the   0'
X .generation of gases, in-the; 2
' o   stomach which inflate arid.press - 6 *
O  on the heart and interf^re-.o
���j' with its-regular action, causing: j_
O  faintncM-arid pain.    15 to 30   qZ
9  drops of Mother Scigel's'Curative  v
��� g.-Syrup after meals sets:digestion  J
O * right,-which' allows the"'heart to" of
O.beat full .and.regular. ������  /.   '   *'-���.'2-
A .'-"������ A-tdruggists.''   -, j.j
Canada Gets Sixth of Emigrants
There were 4i!,000 emigrant's from
Great Britain to the overseas dominions last year- who were .'assisted in
the -payment bf their passage-money
by the cdhiiuitien. acting under the
British. Empire" SetUeme.it -Act., Of.
the' number .7,330 went to, Canada. Tlio.
remainder went to Australia, and "New
Zealand.- A statement to the above
effect Svas made ih the House* of Common.'* on behalf of the colonial office;
-Why "Better Class?"
An English newspaper says the
"better class ladies" of the neighborhood ostracized for a time the factory
girl whom Rev. S. Baring-Could, the
author.'of ."Onward, Christian Soldiers/' educated, married and lived,
happily for ever after. Why=*"better
class?";.. Perhaps - the.. use of such
term? -explains in some degree- the revolt in'.Great Britain against the caste
system.���:Toronto.Globe. -"'_ --*.
.It i.'^-ihrayfi safe to send Dominion Bc-
preas >foney Ordora.      -      *  ' -     j     '   -"..
"Coojrs: Regulatitig ^ffl��(rtiR(I
A safe, ft citable, rcgujatlng
P:%&%-f?? kP; ?|^?al��
of p_tic:e. '"FrttipajiipJilcl-. w"^'..^';'
' the coo.K Mfbrcwi^o^ >
���   - Toronto Owinecly Wilier*),,.. x$'
Tft>I,ftil"wJl-.i'V^_r'l.Pit'mt Mr.-.Vi' ~*As
Ho. 1 for Kledotr Catarrh. Ho. i far Blood &'
-Bkln DiieaiM. I*o.3forC!iron!cWe��k__es������.
__9I.D ��V l.hAniNGC!Jh.v*IST.S.PRTCHZN-F^nr;AN-p,3r;.-
��� D*XKCl.K*CVaJ.Co.Ha��r_itoc_iRJ.N,'.V.5;i.ori!j'n.
o*-.Mmi.-*S1 .-k.'oh Tl.-FK'iSr'Si'. EAftT.Toaos'.ft. ���-
os  SM.-sr,"P��L_. Suifi wtsi*.  Mo:as.jit;-
Ask for Minard's and. take no other
-. WxyW.-M-' 3i.xMi& J,y~V
I ������ 1
���/ :0*
ere are
have  the
may as
A Bloodless Revolution
No- Need to'Worry Over Rise of Labor
Party in Great Britain-
The secretary of the colonies, J. It.
Thomas, who, with the Prince of
Wales, was the guest of the Australian
Club at luncheon iu London, said, Jn
referring to the advent of a Labor
Government, that the change merely
meant that "the old country and the
old empire will still go on."
He spoke of the change in government as a bloodless revolution, and,
referring to the fact that some people
professed to be frightened by the
rise of Labor to power, he said:
""The least apprehensive was our
guest today,-the Prince of AYales.
The only exception to him I would
make wouid be Iiis illustrious and distinguished-father. -They were , the
least disturbed of all; the people���least
disturbed because they were "most
wise." '
They were' wise becauso they kne\v
posal of the Government.of 'Manitoba ''their people better than f others, be-
to hand over to it the administration -cause they had long rcognized that
of the school-lands, funds. The fund j patriotism, love of the Empire, service
is now held in trust, and the interest j and duty were, notjhe gift or. mono:
is passed to the western provinces,    j poly of a class or.creed, and because
mi i-    �� e      _.    . .*_,_._,__,.,_._. ' thev recognized that there were men
The erection of a big pathological,   -  - �� . .  ,
, .       , .,,        ; 7>    ,,. ��� _ AT���,.   in more humble circumstances, denied
laboratory either at Brandon or Mor-1  , ... .
I the opportunities of a .university euu-
' cation, whose sense of duty and whose
Legal Lights to  Gather
Canadian and American Lawyers Will-
Attend Meeting in London
Several hundred Canadians and' at
least a thousand legal lights of the
United States wiil attend the meeting
of lawyers in London next "July, it is
predicted in Toronto, where arrangements for the Canadian end of the trip
have been completed by the executive council of the Canadian Bar Association under the chairmanship of
Sir James Aikins. The Canadian and
United States lawyers will ' be the
guesLs of the English liar for ten
days. Two hundred Canadians have
already booked passage from Quebec,
sailing on July 8 and many others
have arranged lo go by earlier boats.
Tlie Canadian Bar Association has
been honored by a request to become
joint hosts witli their. English confreres in entertaining the visitors.
The American Government has announced resumption -of diplomatic relations witli Greece.
Georgo J. Senle, commissioner of
the ^Manitoba branch, Canadian Red
Cross Society, died suddenly at his
home in Winnipeg.
Twenty^ head   of   buffalo from the
Dominion Government's herd at Wainwright, Alta., ,will be shipped into the
Yukon territory i'or the establishment
���' of a buffalo park at. White Horse.
A Banting Research Foundation has
been established in connection with
. Toronto University* to provide financial support for workers who have
proposed definite problems of medical
research." ** ���'-..
The. Federal Government, it is un-.
derstood, is turning down flat the.pro-
den, Manitoba, to consolidate all activities in the combatting of wheal
rust, has been decided on by the department of agriculture, and money
for the purpose will be sought, .at the
coming session of parliament.
Wiliiam Ilohonzollern, one time
German emperor, was feted in" mon-
archial splendor-by his sons on the
occasion of their father's 65th birthday.- Princes Eitel, Friederiek,-August," Willielm and Oscar and. Field
Marshal Hindenburg were resplendent
in gay military uniforms,- while the
crown prince contented himself with
a civilian suit.
It Testifies" for itself.���Dr. Thomas'
.Eclectric Oil needs no testimonial".or
-.its powers'other than itself.   "Whoever trie's it for coughs* or-'colds, for
- cuts or -.contusions;    for   sprains.or
���. burns,, for "pa ins in/the limbs or .body,
"well know that the medicine proves it-;
" self and heeds no guarantee.'. ".This
shows why this Oil is,in general use!
St.- Lawrence River Navigation ��� :-
-.' Navigation7of-thc'Stf. Lawrence Riv-r
' er is expected, i.o open early-in-the
-7m6nth7fo.f-April.-----According-to "prer
" limihary schedulesfissued by the various steamship  -companies.  operating
-between Canadian Atlantic ports and
f Europe;  i!)2 - ships ��� "will- visit ��� Quebec
-  during 1924.'""'."*> -V" ���. .   7W - [i"-'
love of, country were equal to any
0! her type of mon.
"That is- why this great change
merely means that the old country
and the old empire wiil slill go on."
Mr.. Thomas gavo a humorous description of his entrance into ollice as
a cabinet member.
""When -I visited the colonial office
oa Tuesday," ho said,. "I presented
myself with the modesty, charactensile of my party. I was mot by a-por-
. ter .on the steps.     __-..-' .   "'
'"Whom do you want to-see?' he
asked.    - - "7     '-' --
" 'I want to see the office,* I replied.
Then, thinking I had-botterget at ii
right away; I said, 'I- ani the., colonial
secretary.'_'.. .-,..." "f . -"���.���_. *������ ��� " \ ,''
-. "He looked atmeandthenVUminig
lo another porter,.he said."''Another
shell' shock- patient.'"..   .:
Women! Dye Faded ,
Things New
Dye    or    Tint    any    Worn.
Garment or Dra'pery
Each 15-cent, package ot "Diamond
Dx.es" contains directions so simple
that any woman can dye or tint any
old, worn, faded thing new, even if
she has never dyed before. Choosa
any color at drug store.
Extension to Elevator
The Robin Hood Milling .Company
announce that it is their intention to
build an extension on its elevator at
Calgary^ liexto spring, commencing
operations about April 15, to provide
storage for 250,000 bushels of grain.
- Complete in itself, Mother..Graves'
Worm Exterminator."does not. require
the assistance.of any-oilier medicine
tom'ake; it effective. " It does not'fail
..t6-do-itS'mork-.---- "'-=��� .;~^_7-: 7---:.--.���
Mrs. O. E. Fitzgerald, 100 Ross St.,
St. Thomas , Ont., writes .-���"In the
Fall of 1S21, I was taken ill" with my
heart, but 1 did not pay much attention to it. I kept on with my .household duties, but seemed to become
worse and worse, and finally had to
call in a doctor. He said E was'all.
run-down and was a nervous wreck. I
had a severe pain in -my chest, whicli
would move over lo my heart and-it
became so bad I could not lie down,
as when 1 did I had such "a smothering
feeling I would have to sit up in bed
till it passed away. , .
I tried several remedies, but with
no good results. . Finally, I was. in-,
dutied to try Milburn's Heart and
Nerve Pills. " I took 7 boxes, and
I am now as'well as I was 30 years
ago, and I am now 65 years- old." - y
' Milburn's llearl and Nerve.PiUs are
SOc a box at all..druggists oi' dealers,
or mailed-direct on receipt, of price
by The T. .Milburn Co., "Limited.
-Toronto,'On I.'. - ' -.- 'X.X'X- ..,.'".- ">"- [
y..Railroading.' has- * made -��� .wonderful
��� progress within fa generation. The
,vold'-time:" "lo.como.live."".couldn't.. have
.knocked a jitney iuore.*tlr_m Hen ���foot...
������ ���WTO HEALTH!
��� 1 -
.... 'Hattonford. -Ally.���"Being -rim-down
after tlie 'Hit' I was"in,a weakens*! tori-,
'���.ditioh, had dizzy-spells "aii<l shortness
of breath, "followed, by- fa in tuns.-*. The'
ididd.lo age period' made things s*eem as
though I'd" never. fw>l- well ;igain, biit I
wai-detcruiiiiitd-not to give up/- Hearing
of Dr". Pierre's famous. (iokh'u-Medical'
Discovery I sent' for "a bottle. folioiVed
the directions, and soon fplt Iiws tired
and faint, and itnallv I got hack to my'
normal' state. I have- thanked God
many times.for the restoration of my
health so' I could remain witli niy
family, and.I glndiv- r'Hv,ommend this
Discovery of Dr. Pierce's, for it is so'
pure, and worth x trial to any one wlio
is run-down."���Mrs. Gertrude. Whit*,
Crystal Springs Farm.
Golden Medical Discovery 's pht.np in
Dr. Pierce's Laboratory in I'ridgebnrg,
Ont., and sold by all druggists miboth.
tablets and liquid; Send Ur. Pierce 10c
for trial package of tablets.
Write Dr. Pierce. Trust. Invalids Hotel,
BeSalo, &',��,, for ires medical advice.
Tasty; Tested Recipes
- Gridle Cakes.'     i-   -      7
cupful - Borden's St. .'Charles "Milk."
cupful'water.';  ~\"x-'~   ",."'"'
'tablespoonfuls'melted' butter' "or
butter'substitute. . .'.-".  ., 7 -
.. 1 egg'; well beaten.- ���'-[���   ���-"._    "   .-'.-"
-; 3, cupfuls .*vhite flour. [��������� ���'-*.'.    ...
3 teaspoonful salt.*."! ; .'-���'.... ���. -.-.
���   -l teaspoonfuls baking .'powder.'..
2. tablespooni'uls-'sugar..7    "-���-.,   . ,
-Coniblhe.-tho, milk' and water,"' add
the ' shortening,- sugar  and   the- egg.
and beat iri the dry ingredients which
���'have hetin" sifted- together. Beat- thoroughly and; fry" as usual.on sr-slightly
oiled    gridie,'    or*   on ..an ' unojled
aluminum   or'. soapstonVv  grldle.     If
very "thin cakes tire desired, add- two
more   tiiblespoonfuls , of* evaporated'
milk.aiid,water.. -7 ;..-*���'.-"_".
. '.,;'- Halibut Baked fn. Milk
.- Order-two pounds of-halibut si eak.
cut half-inch thick. Lay it in a drip-
fiins i>an, or large- shallow baking
dish. -Dust it lightly with a little
flour, salt and pepper and a sprinkling
of mintvd parsley and barely cover it
with one., purl of .Borden's St..Charles'
Milk diluted with one and one-half
���parts of boiling wafer. ;���-' ���-.. 'X, . X; ���
��� "Bake'in".a-'moderate'-oven'.until .lho
���fish Is tender���about- 25'"nilnut(��s. . "It
should be somewhat browned on' top
and the liquid will, be thickened by.
the-flour.and'act as'a delicious sauce.'
������ -   . :t~ '.'"" ;   X
- Record-For Vancouver
On January*'23 -the Vancouver i-Iar-'
bor Board elevator made a new record
for handling wheat. . The"elevator.received 181 cars of grain, the . daily
average being ,172, and a' total of ISi
cars in 24'hours was never reached
before. . In addition to this the elevator loaded outward,, on board ships,
40"-i,8S0 bushels, another record.
- :, Manitoba-Beekeeper's ,
- Manitoba beekeepers- last"' year pro-
fduced 3,041,712 -pounds of .honey, ^compared with, l.SOO.OOO last -yearf"."and
.less" ihanflfOOO.OqO. pounds"iri-1921.".-Tlie
average'.'production: porrhive'-was" 155
poundsf ..-. ,-. , - ";*. '",','���'" '."''" '""'--'i   ' ���-'
Golden Text.���Jehovah is with
fear iliein not.     Numbers 1-1.9.
Lesson.���Numbers " 18.17'��� to    14.15;
Deuteronomy 1.26-40.
Devotional Reading.���Romans  8.31-
39. ���    r
The Text Explained and Illumined
1.    The    Rebellion    of  the People,
verses  1-4.      Moses  sent  out  Caleb
and  eleven  others    lo    explore    the
Promised Land.      The ability of tlie
Israelites to enter it had never been
based on human resources; was it to
be thus based now?     "The land was
ready  for tho  people,  but  were  the
people ready for tho land?     The report   whicli   Caleb and his compeers
were to bring was to   decide,   not   a
queslion of geography, but a question
of philosophy,     it was   to   lest   the
present capacity of the people of God,
to   determine   whether   the heart of
Israel   vn\s   ripe for its inheritance"
(GoorgeMaiheson).     See The Historical Background.     So great was the
panic* of the people when they heard
the report of the ten spies, that alter
weeping all night they proposed to return to Egypt, the land of their bondage.     They    blamed    their   leaders,
Moses and Aaron;   they blamed God.
"Would that we had died in the land
of Egypt, or in this wilderness!" they
cried. "Wherefore doth Jehovah bring
us into the land to fall by the sword?
Our wives and our little ones will be
prey!"     "Such 'was the cry   of   the
coward, who always sees present conditions    at    their    darkest and  any
other  conditions   at   their   brightest."
The rebellious people even proposed to
select    a    leader to supplant Moses
and lead them back into slavery." "The
morrow was filled with difliculty, aud
they forgot the "witness of yesterday.
Tliere were giants ahead, and they forgot God.    Thej' had gained no fine deposit of faith from the providences of
the past.     Tho mere rumor of a difficulty filled them with fright, and they
longed for a captain who   would   lead
them back to 'the fleshpols.of Egypt'
"And are we" any better than these
murmuring -hosts of olden days ?   Arc
we entitled to sit as critics and judges,
or must we take* our place by their
side?     Have -we ever retreated when
religion  was becoming    too    costly?
Have   we   ever   thought-of desertion
when   giants   were   named?     These
are questions which test the faith and
quality of the soul.     Our very hearts
stand*  revealed    by.   our "attitude to
stupendous I asks.      Tlio purifying of
New York and London, the evangelization of the world.in this generation;
how   do   these   affect us?     Do they
quicken Ihe pulse or do they slacken
it? Do we loosen or tighten our purse-
strings?     Do wo shrink  .from    lhe
sacrifice with  tho  spirit of-murmuring, or do we leap to it with a heart
allame   with   love    for   the1 Lord our
God?"  (Jowett). .
-.���'II.. Tho Prayer - of-the Leaders,
verse 5. ' Sorely tried by the cowardly complaints; Moses and Aaron turned to God for help in this crisis, fairing oh their faces before the people in
tho altitude of prayer. Moses pleaded that God's reputation was al stake
in the salvation of Iiis people, verses
11-35. ��� "Do not pray for easy lives.
Pray._to.be "stronger, men";- ..Do not
pray.for tasks equal (o your powers.
Pray- for powers-, equal lb .your tasks.
Thus the doing of your work shall be
110 miracle..- 13ut you shall be a miracle. -Every day-you shall wonder
at yourself,"at: the-' richness"/of -'life
which-lias' come1 to you by the'grace of
God" (Phillips-Brooks).  ';'..        --'    *.'
THe Tobacco of Quality
Sealed   Fkcka^
in-its, original con
also in
[ which keeps the tobacco    l\
V     in-its ori&inal condition }
\so in /^ib.tins
Britain's Unemployed
Claimed That. There Is No Standing
Army of Unemployed in Britain
Recent inquiries by the British
Ministry of Labor show that the popular phrases about "a standing army of
two million unemployed who are deteriorating month by month" are not
accurate, and that the great majority
of unemployed are only workless for
short periods.
Investigation has shown that at the
end of four weeks practically half ot
the unemployed have found work of
some sort and "their places are taken
by a corresponding number who have
lost their jobs.
There is no "standing army'."-of unemployed; its constituent members
are constantly changing, so Lhat there
is not the same risk- of deterioration
as there would be if the same men
were unemployed mouth after month.
Air Defense Of London
British Air Ministry Is Now Perfecting
Safety Plans
The British air ministry is perfecting the air defense of London/Special
machines are being rapidly built, and
a call has been issued for 400 more
men lo man them, 50 of whom will bo
placed on home defense.
Under the ministry short service
scheme, candidates will be commissioned immediately thus bringing the
total of short service officers engaged
in dying duty to 1,400. These short
service commissions are granted for
five years1 service on the active list,
followed hy a period of four years'
service on the reserve.
- .Paring a corn is both risky and ineffective, 'it is much better to use
Holioway's Com Remover and eradicate them, entirely.
.. Western Optimism
In-winter the iiirof the deer is os- . A million farmers producing grain
pecially adapted for swimming.���' The .north, of,-the Canadian-. National line
hairs" are composed of air cells and .in.Alberia within'five-years, is predict-
when tlie coat is"about an inch long it ed by Mayor Blalchford, of Edmonton,
will suffice to float hiiii,' .Most of the j And yet Uicy'say that western oplim-
bucks shed-their antlers'in January., ism-has been dulled���Financial Post.
"" -Winter is.a.dnngerous season for lhe'
little.diies/.-f 'The days are. changeable
'���^-one bright, the next one cold and
stormy',, that the'mother is afraid' to
take, tiie children, out for the.-fresh air
and exercise Ihey..need'so riiuch.. in
'consequence they"are._ofleri- cooped up
in overheated, badly/veritiialed.rooms,
-and are'-sbori. seized"'with .-.-.colds or-
grippe.'"" What is' needed. to" keep'.!he
flittle ones' well'is Baby's Owii Tablets
They' will'regulate the stomach- and
bowels and-drive,out. colds.f and by
their use .thababy will,be able- to ge't
over.the winter season in perfect
���s'afety. The new sales' .tax will .not
increase the price,of Baby's Own Tablets,., as. She company pays the 'lax,
you " can"" still obtain,, tho7 Tablets
through any -m'ediclne" dealer at .25
cents a box, or by.riiail,"post paid, fro'm-f Alberta
The Dr. Williams' Medicine. ��� Co;,
Brockville, Ont:. *-.   f"'"".-f.
'\V. -.*>'-'
Fight Against .Opium
-World War-on' Ordg^Evil.tobe Launch
".."' ed by. League of Nations"-
, A world fight against opium -and the
narcotic-drug evil took definite form'
when" the League, of Nations issued in-,
yitatidus. to "the ' first" *, international
opium conference to- be.'.lield.'at Gen-
.eva the"'first Mondayfiu November,' arid
a second.' conference on' the third. Alon-
day of.the same'month."'; 7"-". ,
- -The' ��� first-', conference wil P. include
delegates'from-, countries "having Far
Easleni ' possessions - wher.e --. opium
smoking exists. ��� The* secoud-. confer-.
ence,: which wilt-include .representatives "of .practically all countries of" the.
"world,'; will push. The- Hague- convention decisions to'secure a," broad-agreement* concerning bpiuiri and. its deriva-
lives .and definitely^ limit the- "produe.
tlbn of- op in mi   ���   X- -.       "'.     -7
Much Nearer the Truth
Ship Via Panama Route
:. The statement (hat one person out  Ki^Qm ,-  becQ. -^
of' every- twelve is, working, for.the  ^     tQ Har,is0n WaUio]
��A_a/iit>ini^��ii      ..nliAilWl.     >a-__I     "ll��_ft.s *n_r__����__.
government .should read "One per-
-son-but of every twelve is paid by
the government7-Wl.ilwaiikee- Journal.
Leads Iri Sunshine
Calgary claims. that it is Canada's
leading sunshine city. The record for
sunshine for the fall was as follows:
September, 195 hours, or an average
of 6'A boars daily; October, 228 hours,
or 7 1-3 hours daily average; November, 356 hours, or 5 1-5 hours daily*.;
Keep Minard's Liniment in the heuse
No More
Want  ft  clear, health;  complexion,
regular bowels, and a
perfect working liver?
Al! easy to obtain if you take
little Liver
Pills, thesure
���aie irid eujr
���cJSog rem	
sdy. For headache. di��ines3. upset
stomach and despondenc? lhe? &*�������
eo*qual-   Purely ��eget��bla.
ga&jU psa���S5BAiiD9w~-5m*k Prteci
Butter     Shipments     Reach
-.������   United ,. Kingdom *.   in     Good f
;7f7     : Condition. f-. .".���-
-Shipping'off"Western.Canada butler
via.the Panama .Canal to the United.
factory;, -f -'ac-;
atson, Canadlanr
trade eonti.tissioncr in London-.
Four.thousand boxes of Alberta but-,
ter were - forwarded--.by';this .'route/
during the' fall, with-success, the'consignees stating that there was a saving of from !*(. "to 2 cents a pound as
compared with the eastern route.
A;ciup^ of Aunt Jemima
(or milk if
-all ypii need for
"J'j. In town.
Make one batch of Aunt Jemima Pancakes .this, easy; way; *
.you'll never go back to the.old way with its tedious.measuring and'mixing7.It"s done in' a -minute yet, withf Aunt
Jemima Pancake Flow,"-y6ii can "make pancakes as fine as-
fahy you've ever tasted.   This-is. Aunt Jemima's-famous'
: Southern recipe ready'mixed I Try it.''. "
Earnings Show increase
The gross earnings bf the Canadian
National Railways for the week ending January 21 was $4,344,425, an increase of $337,999. or eight per cent,
over the same week of last year, The
gross earnings fof the -first three
weeks of the present year were $12,-
532,6X6. ���*   .���-���;"      *
-, Cole.���Wliar you . from, stranger.
Black.���Australia. - Cole.���^Vfell you
sho does talk English fluidly fur a
1'orne.r.���Carnegie. Tech.  Puppet.-..'
Minard's Liniment for Dandruff
, To Womeh Who Do Their Own Work: Suppose
you could save six minutes every day in washing
pots and pansr-two minutes after every meaJ, In
la month, ithis; would amount to a saving of three
hours of this disagreeable but necessary work.
This saving can be made by using SMP enameled
kitchen utensils, as their smooth sanitary surface)
iwill not absorb dirt or grease. N�� seraplng, sconrlng ��a
polishing is needed when yon use Diamond op Pearl Ware*
Soap, water and a- dish towel ia all jou need. Ask f os
- Three finishes: Pearl Ware, two coats of pearly jfrey
enamel inside and out, Diamond Ware, three coats, light
blue arid white outside, white lining*. Crystal Ware,:
three coats, pure'white inside and out, with Royal Bias,
jheSheet Metal pRODucTsxoiw
^t Every
^Ifdrdware Sto^e
Is I $2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
$2.50 when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To Great Britain and
the United States $2.50, always in advance.
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil  Notices     7.00
Estray Notices ...3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificale of Improvement  12.50
(Where more thau one claim appears li\ notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legaladvertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
Transcient display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business" locals I2j��c. a line each insertion.
Greenwood Superior School
Report      Month of January, 1924
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Remorse is  just a sad contemplation of check stubs.
A patient man is one who
doesn't swear when using a post
office pen.
Only those deserve freedom of
speech who have wit enough not
to work it too hard.
It isn't necessary to get on your
knees to propose if the girl happenB
to be sitting on them.
., A   tactful husband, is. one who
knows how to apologize.; gracefully
: when hiB:wife offends him*. .'".-"  f    7
.    Pekfectino['civilization is just a
I'slo'WrbuBinesB of. teaching husbands
howto-'act befoi'e.compapy.'
- Every woman- hasa ' secret, list
of the persons she intends to snub
.if ever her husband gets rich. *..
Poise is the quality f that .keeps
;_you from, stepping;, on your own
'.' feet while-asking .the banker for a
. - loan. ;   7 *,.:". W,' '['���-���'.   ;"-.*'. '".'
W;:Canada can   support a. greater
'-V population..- fTrhe.     But .a   few
7.must'continue; to.'-pay  taxes and
, support .themselves.. .
._ . ��� Every-- bride should have enough
:    clothes, to last-- until her husband
finishes, the installment ~ payments
���   oii.the engagement ring,   .      .""���
Nature . -knows, her .business.
She gives most of.the, children .to
; people ;Vvfho .know .nothing about
scientific methods .of .raising chil-
v dran. 7 '���-}'] 'X-.Xy, ��� ������-���-���������., z- ��� -.;���-.-���. Xy'-
;, News From the Capital
,7.VictoriaVFeb.  6 --British Co-
'���' luinbia;,through Premier.Oliver,
"is seeking.a tariff cut.and is asking for preference iaf the lumber
trade with Australia:;  Following
the receipt of word' that Senator
Wilson- of- Australia willfbe .in
Ottawa any day in. order to complete  a. reciprocal, tariff,  agreement, to be submitted cohcurrent-
. ly to the-parliaments- of Canada
: and   Australia,   Premier: Oliver
jwired Hon. T. A. Lowe, minister
of trade and commerce,  pomtinff
; but -that; while the Australian-
British "preference   rates   on. a
number    of';'British : Columbia
'-articles wouId; be f satisfactory,:it
"contains no provision 'for lumber
products. Consequently, lie pointed out that at present Australia
gets the greater, part of its box
shocks,   sashes. and'��� doors from
Swede*;;,  but given.- preferential
treatment, the British Columbia
mills could 'easily-care for this
trade.'-; yxyXyxx [' '���'''; 'W'. 7
Premier . Oliver-f.receiyed-- the
telegraphed assurance of Hon/
Mr. Lowe that he would. do all
iri his power to assist Pacific
Coast deyeldpiaetit.^;;.'-...;y)yy   X
M. A.  McLoughry
No. on Roll - -        18
Average actual attendance 16.97
Percentage of attendance 94.29
Proficiency List
Grade VIII: Bessie Bidder,
Allan Fraser, Mary Klinosky,
Silvia Price, John Kerr, (Mary
Kerr, Cicilia Hallstrom), Jesso
Puddy, Edward Johnson, John
McDonell, Ruby Goodeve, Vera
Grade IX: Mildred McLaren,
Robert Mowat, Ernest Wyder,
John Wyder, George   Morrison.
Grade X:   Mabel Axam.
Regularity  and Punctuality:
Bessie Bidder, Allan Fraser,
Ruby Goodeve, Cicilia Hallstrom,
Edward Johnson, Mary Kerr, John
Kerr, Mary Klinosky, Vera
Walmsley, John Wyder, Ernest
N.  E. Morrison
No. of pupils on roll        -'        32
Average daily attendance       29.84
Percentage of attendance   -   93 25
Proficiency List     -
Grade VII b.: George Bryan,
Helen Kerr, Percy Fraser, Leo
Madden, William Walmsley, Andrew Anderson.
Grade V b.: Allan McCurrach,
Margaret Royce, Alice Hingley,
Lawrence DuHamel, Harry Hallstrom, Eileen Bryan, Lewis
Mitchell, Marguerite Ritchie,
Robert Mitchell, Edward Parry,
John Putzel, Bertram Price, Daniel
Kerr, Meredith Fenner, Gee Mon
Yen, Allan Morrison, Arthur Cox.
��� XGrade fIV xb'XXXMary' Putzel,
Thomas "Walmsley,' Cleo7Toney,
Francis;; Jenkin, Jack .Morrison,
Robert .Forshaw,. Robert -Carlsonj
Charles Royce, Lewis Clerf.- f:. ;.'/���
Regularity -and-Punctuality: -
���' Eileen Bryan,- George' Bryan,
Robert Carlson, Lewis Clerf,
Arthur "��� Cox, Lawrence Duliamel,
Meredith Fenner, Robert Forshaw,
Daniel Kerr, Lewis Mitchell,
Edward. Parry, Bertram :Price,
Mary Putzel, Oleo.Toney,. Thomas
Walntisley,' TWi.iliani Walmsley,.
Jack Morrison.'-....     .--',���   ; -     ;   '.
XX'-'Z     :/   DIVISION .III'       X:    X;X.
-' 7ElsV.A;.,Olson 7
No.-on-Roll -"-_._-.":......   y)    \?i
Average" actual attendance" 1S.41
Percentage of attendance .     .96.89.
Proficiency. List .----.- W
.v.Grade... HlW Eugene; Spence,
Beatrice . McLaren,: . Ruth Cox,
Violet Benson,.. Munroe Spence,
-Alice'Ritchie. ..-���' : .;-.;��� -���' ;.. .;'".'-"-
; Grade II: June Toney, Hugh
McCurrach,'Lawrence Gulley.
"Grade.,' I' a;: .David 7 fNichols,
Mark Madden, '��� 'Leonard, Sortome,
"James Forehaw,* Ralph Spence,
Victor Ritchie.. -���;���- - ."-
: Grade:.I;;b.:.f: Celia Kliudsky,
Ernest . Johnson,, f Ernest; Cox,
Melyyn Fenner.." ��� "".-'.'
Regularity and Punctuality-:   :.
Melvyn.fFenner, James Forshaw,
Celia' '^Klinosky,;-: David 7Nic.hols,
Alice.Ritchie. Victor Ritchie,;, June
Toney, Eugene Spence. X    ���... W,'.~
Fast Action in Ince Film
Report of Anaconda School
January, 1924
Helen E.  Hopps.
No. on roll - - 11
Average daily attendance 10.02
Percentage of attendance 91.
Proficiency List.
Sixth Grade: John Campolieto,
Rosie Bombini, Eugenia Campolieto, Tillie McDonell.
Third Grade: Cynthia Docksteader, Arnold Bombini.
First    Grade:
(A. Class) Dor.othy Boag, Elbert
Granberg, George Hingley.
(B Class) Elmer Granberg, Peter
Perfect Attendance
Dorothy  Boag, Arnold Bombini,
Eugeuia Campolieto,   John   Campolieto,      Cynthia      Docksteader,
Elmer Granberg, Peter Maletta.
Norwegian Creek School
Report for January
B. Thorsteinsson,   Teacher
Number on Register
Total attendance
Average attendance
Boundary Falls School
Report for January
Ruth Axam
No. on register ���       -        18
Average actual attendance     15.10
Proficiency list.
Grade II: Edna Swanlund,
Verdun Casselman, Louise Swanlund, Verona Klinosky.
Grade III: Helen Casselman,
Fred Emery.
Grade IV: Alice Casselmau,
Daniel Boltz, Zophia Klinosky,
Andrew Swanlund, Anna Klinosky.
Grade VI:   Lawerence   Folvik.
Grade VII: Fern Emery, Hazel
"Emery, Annie Casselman, Caroline
Casselman (not present for all examinations).
Grade'VIII: Annie Swanlnnd.
,:", Perfect Attendance: ���". .*'*-,-..
y Daniel Boltz, -Helen Casselman,
-Verdun''.'Casselman, " Fern' Emery;
Hazel '-Emery,";;.'Z:��phia-, .Klinosky,'
Annief'Swanluuci,' Andrew.;Swanlund, " ,Edua" '.Swanlnnd,-' Louise
Swanlund.-     7    .:"-*..:'-"''  7       -"   '."
' .'.'Necessity is. the Mother of Invention" and; also, young; Bruee
McAllister's; X transformation, in
Thomas H. Ince's new mystery-
comedy "A Man of Action." The
Btory is of a yonng chap who has
inherited vast diamond" mines,, arid
who: is .bossedfto /death by his devoted -retinue of servants and an
unscrupulous guardian. Smarting
under the taunts of his pretty
fiancee played by Marguerite de la
Mbtte the young millionaire leaves
hie palatial club and meets .with
some astounding experiences that
transform him 'into .-'A .Man .of
Action." Douglas MacLean. who
recently scored sUcha hiti in trice's
"The f:.Hottentot'/7-puts. over\ an
equally. clever.fcbaracterizatioa.in
the .latest.Tnee production which.
will be. shown at the G reen wood
Theatre on Saturday, Feb, 9th,-y: y
-       95%
Lates        - ... 0
Proficiency List
Grade   I    (1st   term):     Mary
Gidon, Bertille Bohemier.
Grade I (2nd term): May
Clark; Virginia Riley, James
Grade II (first term): James
Grade II (second term): Charles
Riley, Chris! iane Bohemier,
Auge Marie Bohemier.
Grade III: Louis Caron; Gisile
Bohemier, Alexina Gidon.
Grade IV: Daisy Watson, Alice
Watson* Marc Bohemier, Irene
O Grade V:    Jules Caron,   Madeleine Gidon.
Grade VI:   Yves Bohemier.
Grade VIII:    Andrea Caron.
Perfect Attendance
Auge Marie Bohemier, Bertille
Bohemier, Christiane Bohemier,
Gisile Bohemier, Marc Bohemier,
Yves Bohemier, Andrea Caron,
Jules Caron, Loijis Caron, May
Cla'rk, Alexina Gidon, Madeline
Gidon, ^Mary Gidon, Charles
Riley, James Riley, Virginia
Riley, Alice Watson.
The promotion list consists of
all those in Grades 1 and 2.
Office: Bank of Montreal Residence
near Post Office
Opening Mon., Feb. 11th
Office Hours:-
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.
ioa.tn. to 12, 2p.1n.to_5 p.m, 7 to 8
��� Friday, 9 a. in. to r p.m.
Midway School Report;
Foi' January
;.;-"-.Mi8H-Isabel Keii', Teacher'.,.'
���"".  7- /-Standing,iri Classes"-  ':' ���
X Grade -. -VIII:'    Nellie ..-Brown,
Annie Thomet.        7 7" - ���'; f { y ) '
��� f Grade" -.VII: :, Alice. "McMynn,
Pearlf; Johnson,;. Leslie Salmon,
Joy.Sharp, -Ruth;Carr. -;. ���;
-.-"��� Grade V:. RoySharp,, Kathleen
Salmon, Clive. Nicholas, Rosalie
Brown.'   f '��� ���'".    yi ���-,."'"        -..'.'.
:���' Grade I-V-:;.May Sharp.and:Ken-'
netb Stewart'- "(equal),-"-.Mayneen
Bush,   Johnny- McMynn,.. Verna
Evans.   )-x 77;. ._���'-- ' ������[ ;";."/'-: 7 .
f Grade ;III: ' ' Gladwin7 . Sharp,
Olwen.Mair, Jimmy Brown; * - /
Grade II: Bernadine f; Brown,
"Alice . Mair, 7."Gladys Mitchell,
Gordon Roberts.7 7, "���'- . 7.X'X,
x Grade I:.. Lucile Evans, Charles
Nicholas, Edythe-Griffin, .Jack
Brown, Marion Mair,' Mae.Mitchell..
:   Perfect attendance:    ,7   ... ... -,."'.
-Bernadine Brown, Jack Brown,
Mayneen Bush,: Alice ;Mair,.Lucile
EvanSj.Verna Evans, Ohyen vMair,
Marion Mair_; Alice McMynn,
Johnny7 McMynn,' f; ".Kathleen
Salmon,; Lealie.Sftlmon, Gladwin
Sharp,;r':.Roy Sharp,; Joy.'-. Sharp,
Pearl. .Johnson,- Clivo" Nicholas,
Ray;Nicholas.. f    ���   7 . -.*
Card of Thanks
; ...We. .wish .to thank .our . many
friends .for., their - - kindness;. and
sympathy1 and .: for the '<-. beautiful
floral tributes- received, in- our
recent sad bereavement.
Mrs. Axkt. Gustafson,
Mrs. John Hasty,.
z;[' Mrs.; Andrew Bergman.
' '' A . new deposit- of sbapstone. has '
beenrdiscovercd' on'. Trap ..Lake,* a
,small lake south of Wabigoon Lake,.
:in northwestern.Ontario! The quality .
of the stone has been reported as.ex-..
;cellent'.. for .--various  industrial v.uses,
fand practical trials."are*-under way.
Water - transportation .is." available
direct from the deposits to Wabigoon'
-and Dryden, on tlie .main line'of. the
Canadian .Pacific Riiilway:.;,. 7-f ;".-;-'.
Water service will be iuimediately
cut off any premises where it is found
that faucets are left open for the purpose
of keeping water circulating in the pipes
ancl also where wastage is occurring
through negligence of any kind on part
of the consumer.
Citizens are asked to cooperate by
notifying the City Office or members of
the Council of any case coming under
their notice.
By Order,
Have  you paid your  subscription to The Ledge?
Mixed baled hay, Timothy and Alsike
Clover, good for cattle and horses, $20.00
per ton, trinsferred or F.O.B., Greenwood.
F. Haussener, Box 364, Greenwood, B C.
Seven mens winter overcoats, 5 mens
raincoats, 5 ladies coats, 30 pairs of shoes.
Will sell cheap.
. Midway, B.C.
��� 1 Sealed lenders; will be received by tlie District Foroster, Nelson, not later- tlia.ii uoou on
Uie 15th -day of February,��� 1924, for the purchase of Licence'. XS8I3, North of ' Beaverdell,'
t'o cut 2000 li evvn tics":.." ,[[���}��� ���'-' :_,'��� . ���''' y r
.';. One-year, will-be allowed, for .removal of
timb'en:.'.,' !-; [",������ "'y '-' *...'��� -'' ���*��� . -. " ;��� *
" 'Further particulars of tlie DIstrictForester,
Nelson.'.'   . ' -���" -'  ' ' ... ���'���      '     .���..'-.
.'Sealed tenders will be received" by'the. District Forester,' JTel.ion, not latertlian noou on'
Uie'lStli day of-February,-192-1, for. the'purchase
of Licence-XS0OS near Hay .Creek, *jVest'.F6rk
Kettle, to cut-700 howh ties. .-���'','
One year.will be* allowed  for, removal' of
timber.   -   .--,.'-   -     '���*.....    -        .'       -
- '; Further particulars of the District Forester,
Nelson.. ���_.-.'      . -    -7    -���'.-'       Jy  -
The new Continental remedy called
Is a simple harmless home-treatment
which absolutely cures deafness,
noises in the head, etc- NO EXPENSIVE APPLIANCES NEEDED for this
new Ointment instantly operates
upon the affected parts with complete
and permanent success- SCORES OF
-Mrs. K. Wilkinson, of Slad Road. Stroud,
writes:���"Please could I trouble you to send nui
another box of the Ointment. - It is not for myself,.but for a friend of. mine who is as bad as"I
was, and cannot pet any rest for the noises iu
the head. ' I feel a new -woman, and can go to
bed now and (jet a g-ood night's rest, which I
have not been able to do for . many
months. It is a wonderful remedy and am
most delighted to recsmmeud it." -.
Mrs.E. Crowe, of Whitehorse Road, Croy*
don writes:���"I am pleased to tell you that the
sniall tin of ointment you sent to meat Ventnor,
has proved a complete success, my hearing- is
now quite normal, and the horrible head noises
have ceased. The" action of this new remedy
must - be very ��� remarkable, for I have been
troubled with these complaints for nearly ten
years, and have had some of the very best medical advice together with other expcnsive.ear
instruments all to no purpose.-.I need hardly say
how-very grateful I am, for niy life has-miJer-
goneaii entire'chati'ne; .*       - 7- *   '.7      7 ' - .���
' ".Try one box today, whichcan lie forwarded
to any address on receipt of.-"money .order for
AT ANY PKICE.7 ���  77   ;  '
'.- ' Address orders to:��� :   .',' ._'. ''
"LARMALENE" CO.. (H thonias).
""Woodlands." Bean, Dartford, Kent, Enj;.  .
ing &'Sitting Go,
of Canada, "Limited-r-/"x-Vy~V"'-:'���"���
Office, Smelting and Refining:Departmetst
'--'. TRAli, BRITISH COLUMBIA . = ff   ;
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead arid Zinc Ores
-    ;.: Producers. oi. Goia,. Silver,  Copper,    Pig  Lead   and,Zinc ;['
���-, "[-X'X] ��� , ;[ ')���  "' X". "TADANAC" BRAND ' 7.;- ,; '-*'"
Tailored Clothes
Men's Suits and Overcoats
For Fall and Winter
Splendid Assortment of New
Samples Just Arrived
Call and see them
Tailor and Cleaner
Has opened an office above -Clias.
King's office.
Open 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted by
British subjects over 18 years of age, '
and by aliens on declaring intention
to become British subjects, condi- .
tional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
Pull information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions Is
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to -Pre-empt Land," copies of
���which can bo obtained free of charge ���
by addressing the Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and. which is not. timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
and 8,000 feet per acre east of that
Applications for- pre-emptions are
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can bo obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five years and improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least five
-acre's, before a-Crown Grant can be.
For "more detailed Information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land." -   _
Applications are received for purchase    of    vacant ' and    unreserved
Crown lands,  not  being timber-land,
���for. agricultural  purposes;   minimum
.price of. first-class (arable) land is $5
;per acre, and second-class (grazing)
flahd  $2.60  per acre." Further  lnfqr-.
* nrmtion  regarding - purchase  or  lease
��� of Crown lands is given' in "Bulletin
��� Nov. 10,-:: Land--Series,  "Purchase and
Lease, of Crown Lands,"   - -
��� ��� Mil!,, factory, or industrial sites "on"
.'. timber - land,- not' "exceeding' '40 - acres,.
may be purchased'or leased, Uie con"-
- ditlons -    including   ; payment ' ..of *
sf.umpage.-_ . .-"-���'���-   "*:*-.-.*.
*. .-.Unsurveyed'areas;.liotoxceeding,20"
-acres, may be leased'as hdmesites,.:
. condlt.i6na,l * upon" -- "a- dwelling - beln_.r.
: erected, in.-the first -year,*' title.being-
��� obtainable  after'.'residence;'and   im-.."
��� provemeht   conditions   are 1 fulfilled
and land-has. been" surveyed:       "    ...
*--.".:-'y   -    W LEASES  -'   ;'' 7f
-poses areas not .'exceeding' 640- acres-
--may-be leased.'by'one person or a-
:- company., -    ..���'..-'*.."   ."-,-' '"   ������ ..
-;; '.-.'.pRAZING [:"yXX':V
...Under the Grazing'Act the Prov-*
;.ince is-divided-into'grazing dlstrlcts-
- and' the range, administered under, a
'Grazing "Commissioner. 7 AniiuiS.
grazing permits, are Issued' based oh
numbers ranged, priority, being given
to. established - owners. ,Stock-owners
���rnay- form. ��� associations for ' range "
management. Free, or partially free,
permits, are"  available   for" settlers,:
��� campers7and   travellers, - up"   to.  tea*
head.- ....     .    *..'���- "    . !
;^ The; M Canada
-, Has produced Minerals valued as follows:. Placer Gold, 870,542,203; Locle
Gold,;$109,647,661; Silver, $69,814,266; Lead $51,810,891; Copper, $1.70,723,242;    f; X
Zinc,; $24,625,853; Miacellaneous; Minerals, -$1,358,839; Coal and. Coke,f $238,- 'V.
2^89,665.; Building SSone, Brick^ Cement, etc., $36,606,942, making its Mineral      f'
PrpdacUon:-to'ftfie'eiid''ofl922;8hW^-  ""'���'.'    '-���*.'--���.- ''V' ;-    --'.'"��� ��� '-X.-y'   [���':'���.)Xx'
An Aggregate Value of $769;41^,462  v  7
The   Mining : Laws of .this Province are more liberal, and fehe fees lower,;: 7X '���''':''.'.���
shan those of any other PrpHncft in the Dominion,.or any. Colony in the.; British^
MineralloeationB are^granted to discoverersI'for^nominal fees.
Absolute  Titles are  obtained   by developing such properties, the security
of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants. . ���'. f:        ;   .
Fall iuforinatton, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained ;':"
���'gratis by addressingr^f;-7;,;'W-7 7;' ��;-���'-; "'*,'-' ."f'W "^'W ',-. [':"    X'X yy-y'X   ������';X/y"'-y
"_2���TCr-J "1 .*
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