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THE   OLDEST   MINING   GAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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; GREENWOOD, B.C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1924.
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Now is  the time to  Brighten up your Home
We have just received an assortment of
Paints, Oils, Floor Stains,
and Varnishes
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28L.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
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FRESH   SALMON   &   HALIBUT
Every-Thursday
KING BEACH STRAWBERRY JAM
4 lbs   Tins   @   80c.
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Crosse &  Blackwell's Vinegar
White or Brown per gallon $1.20
New Patent   QUEEN   FRUIT JAR   Now In
For Quality and Value Order From W. Phone 46
GREENWOOD GROCERY
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Just In A Big Line Of
NEILSOIN'S CHOCOLATES
Box, Bulk and Bars
Buy a box of these extra fine fresh Chocolates.
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Why not realize on your
Surplus Stock?
Cash ��� in band,  is better i than a 6
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Terms Reasonable
CHARLES   KING
AUCTIONEER
Just Arrived and Very
Reasonably Priced
Ladies fine Silk Hose       $1.25
AH Wool Hose in Black.
Brown and Heather  .85c
Bovs and Girls Wool Stockings
Barretts Fancy Lace Edgings
Princess Pat Hair Nets 2 for 15c
Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs
MRS.;ELLEN TROUNSON
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th
Commencing at 8.15   p.m.
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Gloria Swanson
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-   climaxes-���your eyes .dance   .to   its .���
exquisitive  "igowns'-and���"_ settings��� .
���your voice ring loud and long with  ���
'..-, enthusiastic praise.
The story, of, a modern Bluebeard and the
'   girl who put ahapp'y-end.to'his,..; ��.
'..- -.'.-'     V.matrinipnal-marathon
";:    " Also'a'Pat Sullivan comic" ���.
Felix Calms His Conscience
ADULTS'5 6c
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A Liberal Convention
forthe Yale.Eederal Constituency will be
heldat Penticton, B. Of, oil. Friday; the
19th September; at 8.o'clock p.m., wheii
a Candidate will .be. chosen to contest
this" Constituency. '
Tbe Honf Dr. J.. H.- King, Minister of
Public Works for the. Dominion of
Canada, will be present and will address
the Convention, f
A hearty invitation.is extended to.all
Liberals to attend this meeting,
X Voting -will fbe " by - duly   accredited
delegates only.   -
.7. "���',-;��� F,_ B.'.COSSITT,      7--
7 "-'' ' President. ��� .
.. D. H. .RATTENBHRY, 7
...   Acting Secretary.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Minister, lis charge "'��� -   ,
Rev. W.ft. Walkinshaw. B. A,
x Greenwood
Sunday, Sept. 21st.
Midway ll a.m.
Myncaster 2.30 ��; m. -
Greenwood 7.30 cm.
Notice 7
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l��"Is recommended that for the
present water! for drinking par-
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AROUND HOME
There were two piano tuners
in town this week.
Mrs. Ellen Trounson has
bought a Gray Dort car.
Fall Wheat and Pall Rye at
Brown's Store, Midway.
fj[. Hartley returned on Sunday
from a business -trip to Van-
cot^ver.      ��
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Mr. and Mrs. Autoini Lucente
and family have moved into town
from Eholt.
""M.. Beattie, of Rock Creek, was
visiting his son, Johnston, during
the week-end.
J. A. Fraser went to Nelson on
Saturday and returned with a
Dodge touring car.       /
Vdunting season opened on
Monday and sportsmen report
the birds very scarce.
Matins and Holy Communion
in St. Jude's Church on Sunday,
Sept..21st at 11 o'clock.
The value of the liquor  stolen
from the Government   Store last'
week: amounted to $1688 50.
;Mass will be celebratedf in the
Catholic Church on Sunday, Sept.
21st at 10 am. instead of 11 a.m.
\Miss Daisy Axam returned to
Trail on Tuesday after visiting
her mother, Mrs.. M. Axam for a
week.
Light and heavy ��� draying. and
express done by/Frank Maletta.
Leave orders at. the Greenwood
Grocery.
, Mrs. Hugh. McGillivray and
family, of Rhone, are staying at
the home.of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Christensen.
- P. H. McCurrach is in Grand
Forks relieving Charles Mudge, of
the Government oflice, while Mr.
Mudge is on a holiday.     .   .
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- Cash ,paid,fpr.hides at Brown's
Store, Midway.-.- ���'-"-.   yyyyy-
N. B. Everbody. Sunday, 28th
September is'��� .Rally Day. at
Greenwood. Speakers at 7.30.
.p.m. Misses Axam, Keir and
Kempston. 7 .. .
-". " ���      W.'< ���    ���������      ."   '.     -"'    ������
L. Portmann drove to Nichol-.
son creek on Tuesday aud��"will
remain, there during. the visit
of John and Anton: Portmann to
Greenwood.
f,Mrs; ������ Mary- Olive'._ Patersoh,'
grand.. matron v of the ���[ grand
chapter.' of British Columbia,
Order of the Eastern .Star, called
6n-Mrs.-J.-M.'-Bella ..on..fWednes-,
day morning on herf way;; to the
Okangan by motor. 7,'Mrsi-f Pater-
son was accompanied by Geo. F."
Cameron, grand ^patron and Mrs.-
Maria B.: Foster, grand secretary.
Jf.M.f Bella returned oh Sunday
froth a. two weeks holiday in.the
Okanagan. -'-While'-': in. fVerhon
Mr. Bella visited his. daughter^
; Irene, who is a nurse in training
in the General-Hospital.
Thos. Walsh was taken to the.
Grand Forks Hospital on Tuesday, being taken, oyer by 7A,
Legault. Tom has been ia poor
health for . some time and his
many friends wish him a speedy
recovery."; ��� --"Xx ������   ��� ������ V: ''};.'��� ,zy
.. fMrsf.R. H.. Johes: andfR.- D.
Thomas have returned to Spokane,. Wash., after'attending the
funeral of their father, the late
Thos. Thomas, which was held
on Friday, afternoon and was
very- largely attended.   V:=
E. P. La Belle, genieral superintendent plant department of the
B. G,.7Telephohe Co., of Vancouver, and Ni.McDohaldj district
plant chief, of Nelson, were" in
town on Tuesday on a tour of inspection of the company's holdings. ,
The remains of the late Frank
Hartinget,. who died suddenlyof
a stroke in Germany about sis
weeks, ago, arrived in Grand
Forks on last Thursday morn;-
ing's train, and the funeral was
held oh Sunday afternoon. The
late Mr. Hartinger was a pioneer
of the Boundary, aad during the
early days of Greenwood was ia
teTeste'd with the PQrtf_J_alms, in
the Elkhorn. Brewery which was
destroyed by fire several years
ago. At the time of his death he
was proprietor af the Grand
Forks Hotel.' H# is survived by
his widow and a son and daughter.
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"   Midwky News
Shorty Green,has returned from
his vacation at Lakevale on the'
K. V. R. Shorty expects to go
out bear hunting in the near
future.
The shooting season opened
with a baug on Monday morning
around Myncaster Lake district.
The traffic on the highway passing the lake made it rather annoying for some of the sportsmen. The writer would suggest
that the road department close
the highway, or remove it altogether so that the sportsmen will
not be disturbed in future.
Iu the Police Court at Midway
on September 16th, Joe Stephich
a;, tie-hack from "Moonshine
Valley" was up before Major
Glossop and J. R. Ferguson,
Justices of the Peace, charged
with supplying liquor to a person
under 21 years of age. Joe was
fined $50.00 and costs or a> vacation of six weeks in the "Skookum
House." Joe paid, the fine and
costs, and was deported by the
Immigration Department to the
Valley of the "Moon."
Goldie Bowman, a young
maiden in her teens from' the
same valley, was fined $25 and
costs in Police Court for being
drunk. She was deported across
the border.    .^ '..,.���'���"
^Bluebeard's 8th Wife"
"Blaebeard's 8feh Wife" a Paramount    picture    starring    Gloria
Swanson;  will be   shown   at the,
Greenwood Theatre-on Saturday,
Sept. 20.
The scenes are laid in France,
and tbe story is. of a girl, Mona
de Briae, who ma/rries an American- man of wealth to save her
family's fortunes and who subsequently is the central figure of
many thrilling incidents. The
picture is filled with rapid-fire
action aud is wholly engrossing.
Huntley Gordon appears as leading man heading ah excellenfef supporting-cast..-.���-���i>Bjuebear9[|'l firings.
Miss Swanson to the screen un the
finest par,fc of her career���a role'
especially Shited to her talent, ^
A Pat Sullivan comic entitled
"Felix Calms His Conscience"
will also be shown;    V
Kettle Valley Notes
Portmann Bros,  are spending a
few days at Greenwood.
Mrs.   G.   Harpur is  visiting  at
Kelowna and Penticton.
B.
P.   Hardcastle has gone   to
Allan-��� Morrison returned to
Pyllman on Tuesday" where he
will .resume his studies in .the
Washington State College, after
spending the. holidays at the Bell
mine, Beaverdell.. ���' 7 - f V V_W
.Mr.   and ;Mrs.  Fred Craig,  of
Waterhole,; Alta,. were,the,guests
of Mr/and Mrs.R. Lee on We&?
nesday - -night.-: ---Fred-.--is Vwell-
known in town having Jived here
and.at Boundary .Fails a. number
of.-; years ago.    He sold  out his
hardware.business on the prairie,
and is travelling by auto to Vancouver wherefhe will locate..'.-- .-���
V.C.' fCarlson is.,it_V the7 Grand.
Forks hospital, the .result" of an
auto, accident at Fife on.Saturday. The car went over a bank
and .rolled .over ftwice.���"[ y There
were three other occupants in the
car, .but all fescaped injury except Carlson who was driving,
He _ received a ���.. cut . lip. which
necessitated . four., stitches and
other, cuts ou the arms;' .        ���)[--;
.- Mrs, J...M. Bella.and, Mrs. ^C..
iS., Case attended a meeting of
the Easterh.Star in Grand-- Forks
on Tuesday evening at which Mrs.,
Mary Olive Paterson, grand
matron, Mrs. Maria B. Foster,
grand secretary and Geo. F.
Cameron,, grand patron, of Vancouver, wer.e'present. There were
about 30 present'including visitors
from Revelstoke :atid Greenwood,
After, the "meeting : Mr.s.v Paterson was. presented.' with a;
silver plate and a bouquet offflow^
ers. .Following the presentation
a dainty supper was served.;
Mr;: and Mrs. GeoVS. Walters
returned oh. Wednesday evening
from' a very successful hunting
trip ia the Osoyoos district. On
Monday and Tuesday Mr- Walters
in company with F. L. Fraser
aad R. J>. Fraser,. of Osoyoos,
and C. Nicholls, Dr. McGregor
and C. Calhoun, of Penticton,
hunted on the high slopes of
Anarchist Mountain ; and each
hunter secured the limit its blue
grouse. Mr. Walters states that
they had great difficulty in securing water as a number of streams
have dried up this year for the
first tinie to the knowledge of the
S earliest, settler.w V-->
Kelowna for a month or so.
A Service will be held in the
Anglican Church on Sunday the
21et at 7.30 p.m.
Charlie Hamilton has arrived at
Pasadena, California and reports
having the time of his life.
Miss Jessie Caldwell returned
last week from a short holiday
spent at Nehon with her sister.
Dr. Smith, Dentist, of Grand
Forks, will be at Bpavan Gane's on
Sunday and Monday, Sept. 21st
and 22nd.
Harold Martin, who has been
spending a holiday at the home of
Mrs. Shillcock, returned to Trail
on Tuesday.
Major R. Gray  left  on Monday '
for Victoria and Port  Washington
and his two sons returned to their
respective schools.
Make a note on your calendar of
October 9th.    The Banff orchestra
are   coming   t6   Riverside .- Hall.
Dancing commences at ,Ef o'clock.'
Admission $1. Sapper included,
A meeting of the W. A. was
held at Mrs. Thorburn's on Sept.
3rd, 101 members bekig present.
The next meeting was held at Mrs.
F. E. Glossop's on Sept, 17th.
Ed. Richter spent fa day at
Kelowna shooting in the Trap
Contest over there. Owing to the
large number of entries he was unable to remain another day and
finish the contest.
Come and  bny your Christmas
Presents at the Sale of Work the
Womens Auxiliary are holding on
Oct. 9th in Riverside Hall at 2.30
p.m.    At it, you will find a large
assortment   of   useful   and ~fancy
articles    straight    from   the ,01d.
Country  with everything   reasonably-""; priced.'  '��� Men look   for f thsf"
hand knitted socks and sleeveless
sweaters.    A   Bran   Pie   for   the.
children and Produce,  Candy, and"
Junior. Work -Stalls   will   ba all
worth a visit.   Afternoon tea at
day time, f
The annual Sanday School Picnic.
Sports of the Anglican Church were
held on Saturday, Sept. 13th at the
Beach, under ideal weather conditions. A Picnic lunch was held at
noon and'in the afternoon some
Bports were held the results of
which are as follows: }"
Point to Point Race���1st, Cecil
.Hamilton; 2nd, Spencer Thompson;
3rd,; J6erGah"e7" :~v~V7f" f ff" ,
: Long jump Running-���let,rCecil
Hamilton; 2nd, Spencer Thompson 5
3rd, Joe Gane.V
...Long Jnmp Standing���-1st,. Joe
Gane; 2nd,.:C Hamilton;"3rd, Billy
Roberts.V. y[  -if 'X������ '..- '-'���   W f,
.-- Hop, Skip, JumpWlst, Spencer
Thompson; 2nd, C. Hamilton, 3rd,.
Frances .Glossop. 7';.    "
Small Girls Race���lsfe, D.Ham-.
ilton; 2ud,f Josef Glossop; .3rd,
Mary.Hindmoor. . 7,
- Boys.Race���1 et, Cecil Hamilton5
2nd, Billy Ro_berte;73rd. Joe; Gane..
.  Big   Girls [. Rade���lst, .    Ethel
Thompson; _ 2nd",'fHelen   Burdick;
3rd, Christine Brewf V ff
.'��� Maried Ladies -Obst-acle Race-^"
1st, Mrs.-Gane; .2nd,  Mrs.   Hamilton; 3rd, Mrs. Lindsay. .       ."���' y. [.
Tug of War���Ethel Thompson's
"team.-  7.'  ; -'"   '. x[. '".-'.       'Xx'
- Wheelbarrovyf1 Race-^ist,   Ethel"
Thompson - and   Cecil.  Hamilton;
2nd, Margaret - Bubarf and;. Spencer
Thompson;   3rd, 7 Beatrice  Bubar
and Billy Roberts,   f;     ..-; .,
���'u;.'"   ; Public; Meetings V .
'���['. Public Meetings.for the purposs ���
of,.discussing matters   relating to
the district, before., the Provincial
Legislature meets,  wilF be:held at
the following places:f    ,    ':-""..������ [;)'
, Bridesyille Hall
Monday, September 22, 7.30.p..tn,.
Co-Operative Hall, Rock.Creek)y
Tuesday,. September -?3:; 7.30 p.m._
Old School House, ilidwsy.W  ;
Wednesdayj Sept. 24,  7;3ti p; -m;_
JOHNMcKIE.
Tom Hick, travelling, auditor
for the Liquor Control Boardf.
was ia town the first of the
week. TBE   LEDGE,   GREllNWOOD,   B. C
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and extra good is the
ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY
Thought For Tke Future
Sojourning ill. ono oi' Western Canada's lake resorts for hi.s firs! vacation
In S'.-\ h al year? a business man _-.pt.-m his lime lu lolling und��T tin? frees ami
tv m c 11; 11 j* Up- wa'.es heal idly en ilu- bunch. Al'ior several strenuous years of
unri'i'.iii .ins wnrh ibis tired busini. :�����; inan wauled nothing hul complete vst
o; body, i.iind and mhiI. And HI.'.' a sensible being he went back to nature for
it.
i>i.u a:, li" lay under tin'; live.; and watched ilie water ho soon became
av,';i!v cf gM'al aciivity .ill about, him. Squirrels and chipmunks ran and
jumped among"!)!" lues and si.rnb.s while lho waier along shore and among
tin: reed- was rippled wiih the swim niing and diving of numerous muskrais.
T!_t._>i.- inii.-i esling Utile animals were not holidaying. They were intensely
busy. idly watching them, ihe tired business man began to study litem
more closely ami found they were one and till engaged in collecting and storing up food for llie whiter, and do ins so systematically and with the greatest
Indus fry.
Tin.- man began to ihiuk. lie realized that nature had endowed his little
wood and water I'riciii'.s villi n sine instinct, which told lliem that although
thu sun shone and warm breezes wero blowing, a time was surely coming
when (lie trees would ho bare of leaves, the ground covered under a mantle of
snow, and the waters locked last under a thick layer of Ice when it would no
longer be possible I'or Mr. and Mrs. Squirrel to collect food, or i'or Mr. Musk-
rat Lo build himself a house.      So they were busy preparing for the future.
And the man, as He watched at fivsl unconsciously, and then deliberately,
began to com pit re his life and aeiivilles during tlio past low years with these
little wild-lii'o creatures. Cod and nature had endowed him with the same
Instincts of preparing for the future, bin lie had also been gifted with the power lo thin le, lu plan, to organize. He had been given a soul which, would live
on after his body was dead. The squirrels and. muskrais were living an absolutely natural life <tr,d would pas;-, on to their offspring their-instincts of
self-preservation and v.hhin a year their young would shift-for themselves.
IJnl what of the mill'.' Looking back on his past year's hard^ work he
realized that in many respects he lived an artificial life whicli did not tend towards maintaining and developing tliat natural physical fitness and strength
of body enjoyed by the animals. ��� He realized that his children could not begin lo shin I'or themselves after the: lapse of a single year. He was impressed with the lac I lhat, unlike these little wild-life animals, he had to prepare
not merely I'or a future consisting- of a few winter months, but he had to
look for ward into llie years and make preparations not only for his own old
age but for his children until they had grown up and could care for themselves.
His own _ health: the health of'Iiis'children; iheir'education -and -training for
Jiie., a'ml the making of. iifH-e'ssary-jirbvision-ftir.'["iis family, should accident or
deaili tiverlakc. Kim, .suddenly -b'e'canm , vita lly ���''import ant" .and; practTi_al_- qu'es-
,. lioris.;. XXX..- X'X' V ' '���'. ' -VV'"' * "'"' ', 7 - :" t -'-���. V V ��� -X ."���'- " ',.['.
-; _��� A> a-"re .-i.il I. ot this, a I -Jlrsi .ffdltv bul'-iii ter ser-ious' think IngVtlio- man ;coiii-.
' inem-ed "lo iakt';"st.oe.k--ol'-;liiiiisell'. oi_-his , business- acl jviiies,,. of -'plans-'made.-;for.
the..! ui lire..'.'";.- "Was he carrying 'suliieief.i life in.suraiice" io" provide .for Iiis Wife,
and.'i'o; <du(;ait.-:-iiis "chiidrenif-dea'i.h should sudiicn'.y .overtake hiin'7* ���' Had.-he.
pro'tt'cietl hihiKi.lifaiid .family sutlicienlly ih' the.- wayfof sick .aiid," "accident, jn-
iiuriniee-? ..   .AV'as'.lie. eve'", showing .-the  same.fforesight as "the', squirrels .-".nit
- niusl.riits'.'.in "ma'lcing'ampl'e- "preparation   against, any vicissitudes j.lie. future
/���fniighr eiilnl.r.'    - "V     7   ���'���      - "   ' ���'." ."-.-���_.-     ���'-' '     7     ,'.: ;'f7 ,.      ."".'"
;.. V --'-Fiii.-nier.- i.iur.a man's life-consisi o.f. nothing -more fthaii lmsiui.'S.-v making.
.-niiy_oy.,a>id spending-, it for-pleasure?- Surely, w.ii'h all the. keeSVei' instincts,
..* mi'nial:,p.6v, -er. and a deal bless soul' which man-enjoyed over tlie ai'iiniarcrea"-
'-.l.ion.'a'; greal'-responsihUily- rested; oh l.iim.io. do much more .than, the animals:
,- and.'merely'plan .for sel j'.-'proserva lion." [ .Surely' a great responsibility'.,'rested,
.'on hlni. lo do something.', i.o better" conditions* in his_ho!ne-io\viv.f..'oviii<_e and-
'-' coif nl ry.'-- --There" were "crippled children-to be ���.given a fair' chalice in life;-
- there w.e're widows- nnd orphan's-foVwiiom others had .'neglected",- for throligh
.  ltd vr-i.se clrcumslanc'es had. "beem unaljle toinake. necessary in o vis ion"; - there"
- Were ex. soldiers and-their, families who had- made'. groaLsacr.ifices for bins and
his- country, lo whom he "had- lo'-admit-'lie 'owed a" /iebr./whiclrJie ;could never-
wholly-discharge.  -  ,-_-','_'-.  ' ������ ������.���'- ���    } ,      .'.,-���'   .-''-.   -���.'-"-���.' "-'.--" .
������. '.TJinV J!i_iii.""ca'me"l��r ii'aJi/.e: that his'lil'e, aftei' fill,- was'selfish' aiid narrow,
���j-yeir ihoh'gliUess. ." He 'eniiie lb li.nde'rsfaiKi��� thal-'ihe selfishness arid narrow-"
.-JO'.ss was' ���"not iiit'oniionul,' biit was the outcome of" (he thoughtlessness.   "-Ami.
--.-is ii noi-trite that--I his. lack- of- taking -thought- lies at-tbe bb'tloni or~niost-p'i'
ti.it.-__ il.l.s. and. sorrow's ffroin'_J>vMiicjvJ^ib.-3v6r.jU.ol'..nKinli.iiid-suffcrs.--' ::_.. ---.. ���;.:.'-'-
German Predicts
Bicycle  Aeroplanes!
Results Achieved By Gliders Give
Encouragement to Idea
Aeroplanes lhat- are driven not by
engines but by muscular power, in
much the same way as a bicycle, will
become a realil-y in lhc near future in
ilie opinion of a Gorman scientist. The
discovery that aeroplanes could be
driven by gasoline temporarily halted
experiments in Hying mail-propelled
machines, but Ihe results achieved by
gliders, he declares, give new encouragement to the Idea. The planes will
have to be built extremely light, although at lhe same lime strong enough
to stand the strain, and the legs will
have to be the driving force as the
hands will be necessary for guiding.
The scientist pictures Ihc machine as
bi-pianc. in the centre of wliich the
flier sits, on a structure looking much
like a bicycle, ana drives a propeller
in the rear.
Pursued By Cameramen
Says
Royalty Must Hate the Man Who
Invented Portable Camera ���
The press is in danger of becoming
a public nuisance, because of the scandalous way in which lhe Prince of
Wales has been pursued almost into
his own bathroom by cameramen and
interviewers, "Ocellus" writes in the
weekly review", the Outlook.
"The Prince," ihe writer declares,
"is a public character, but he is entitled to his privacy and to his .private friendships, just as the rest of us
are. This applies also to the King
and Queen and Princess-'Mary, who
can hardly -move outdoors without
finding themselves in the next day's
picture papers. On ollicial functions,'
this is well enough, but when jarivate
visits are concerned, the thing is an
outrage. Royalty is proverbially
long-suffering, but it must hate the
man who invented the portable camera."
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
will drive worms ' Iiom the system
without injury to the child, because
its action, while fully effective, is mild.
Forging Another Link
Start    ^VVork,    on-"-  Port -   Arthur     to
-   ,'-      VVin.'iipeg,Auto Highway  - ,-������-,.
.Aetna! . -fonWtru'el.ion'l :work' oh. tiie
I'ori-Arthur-AYiiiiiip'eg ��� link -. of.7\t!ie
iraiis-Gnha.da '-.aiil'o highway,.was coin,-''
/ni>-iu.ed'..-'rece.i_fly"V    A   Par.iy "���'til'- men
.have-"left;. i>on. -Artbu'- - forf'-SlialnHiUa'
umlm-'ihrf dii'eciion'xd  IJoa'd _. liagineei-
; 'Meador, of. 'the.' Ontario .Norihern l.Us-'
fyelopmeiit; Crunch.: ."'.Surveysf.forf this
i.oad  wen."-- completed/su.hie- I iii'ief ago.'
--.Mr: .Meander' also announce,-,, tiiaiftlu.
P'oiili. '.An liur.N'ipigon "'" link ���--'op : ilit;
Highway,' ls-:iO;' be .widened,'.and' ,,i!iat;
; flu:'; work oh Ibis,link wilj,;."���. cbmplc.t-
vd."ibis-year.. .' U'ooden britlges on the
ltil'-rn'iiijon.t'l} highway "Miet.wee'n' Port
Ar:Imr .arid iiulutir are.t'o'.-lu". .replaced
\>\    . conert'le .���    siruciii't'i's'. ��� -.Seyeiity
.-tilile^-ol new road eonslruclion wiis'iin-
denfiken-Jhis" suuiriier h\,'".h\> Oniiirio
Gove'r-niiien;, .in" thh^tliitiici - alom"1.
WW-    '��� Mart's Progress.���'[_-'���.,,.:". .
Advance", in . Knowledge- Results .'.In
;-'-���} f- Lower Mortality' Rate". -".' " -
'."- -:Xo.-.s I tim fa i nil;', i ii '..Gla sgo.w i' oil ay- is
fiiibjuc-t'.lo.sb. high a'vrat,e-of_infarit-i'nor-
.taliryiiK were- Uie families of ���- Anglo -
Saxon Kitig's,;" - Thef'ebnti'ast. is ��� very
much m~6rv "effective."when .il.'is ke.nt
wil bin af narrowijr range ;"of-'tiine.'f .Th.e
dwellers in lhe- worst, shuns ���'oT..'today'
-riiir smaller rinks'of-illness and, prr-nui:'
tui-e. death .'than 7well,-to,-do7;iiiiddle
.elasi folk -Uiil-"noi,.so-long agtt, - - it -is
Tacis' su'cii "as-'lhis that' confound' tliose
who deny" tin- ' reality of progresi.".
J.ieallii.-and life-are-tlie, mo"si":preciotis
ireasiireiiof .the f?tate'. arid when'the
dark-clouds 'oL sickness are lilt ed .aiid
man's useful yens are-,greatly-;j"��ro-
Icingetl.'who can" say wli.h: jvasotr that
JmiiroVesilent i.s a':d'ehi.-ioti iiud good
go'vorjuuent a'smire?.���-l.oinion Daily
A-'hn.rii'ele..;. ���-
No  Ticket  Available
���Tli-1'f being a rihakespi-arean repe'r-
7 Are Returning Home
Large'Influx-, of Canadians ..From  the
;.��� ���"���"������' ;.        United States.""   ' ---"-
-'-..\Vluii local Tmniigrafion'oflicia Is, be-
liove.tb.be, the'beginning off a" large influx for Canadiai s "from . tlie' Uiiitt-tl
States. is,.seeii iu the monthly'figures
issued; byfthe department", for August;
.which show. lhat'lnsVmonl.bfS.j".. per-1
son's..-entered   Canada  0.tf. the port-oft
Windsor.   .-.Of that number. 110 were-
Canadians retiiriiiiig home-aiter.years'
oi; sojourning'in 'the.--"-United    States.
There were  3S6  persons-refused  ad:
niissioir. -'  -��� "   :f, -"'��� ;.[,-  ;     V '-' -;������"'
'���'��� -Ai   \V.a!kerviile,.-_oul_oi"  56  persons
ullniil led,,'45- were- Ctui'a'dians -returning'froin various' harts of iheVUniicd
States.-   the    niajority ofiheml how:
ever-, being froni-Detroit. .There were
-131'.re'jecfions.--.:;The . general-   trade5
outlook across tiie    line    is'" believed
responsible- i'.or-! ihe-.swinging '.buck'- of
���so" many of" those Avho. left their".own
land "for .work ��� in- "Uricje ��� Sain"s. country. '' ':    '   "-,   W.;   -���-- -:*��� X-'X     ".-���'    ."
Has Hopes
For The World
Earl of Balfour An Ardent Advocate
Of the League
The Earl of Balfour, iii a.recent debate in the House of Lords ".on the
question of disarmament professed
himself as having some hope lor the
future.
The League of Nations had been in
existence, he said, only a very short
time, and yet It had produced a spirit
among nations whicli had not existed
before. This spirit was not merely
an addition of the various frames of
mind of the different foreign ollicos^.
Il was a collective sentiment. lu
some respects it might be powerless
or might run beyond the possibilities
but it undoubtedly was something new
in llie world. _\'o one could seriously
look at what had happened and say it
was tin institution which the world
could readily spare. As the spirit
which -animated lhe League went on
lie saw no reason lo doubt that nations
could come lo see that armaments'
might be diminished. The fear and
jealousy which nations, for historic
reasons, entertained for each other
would, he hoped, less'en in intensity,
I'or if they did not there would be another war greater than the last, in
which civilization would crumble in
the dtist.
lie was -hopeful that the disarmament for which they all longed would
come gradually as the nations realized
that the burden their armaments placed on them was not worth while to
bear. De did not despair of that. He
might, be loo optimistic, but even if lie
were he'still "said that the work of the
League of Nations was a work that
made for peace. It was said that the
League had aspirations which if could
not realize. But it was to be remembered'that the Leiigiie was working
under diflicultles which its authors
never .contemplated.' It was not a
League of all the nations. , Among
the nations that were loft out were
three of the greatest materially, arid
certainly in two cases, spiritually, that
the world possessed. Until they saw
(he League iri its completed form let
them not say that the original scheme
was wrong, and do not let lliem'despair, in face .of what had been accomplished .by .the League in ilsf maimed
stale;- and it would"noi"'yet' produce
a full"harvest of peace. For his-pail
he should 'always, remain' an ��� ardent
and" hopeful advocate of lhe League.
Western Canada Big Winner
World Standard For Butter Produced
In the West
In a recent editorial the Winnipeg
Tribune, writing ou the progress of
dairying in Western Canada stated:
"Creamery products from the western
prairies carried off just about 90 per
cent, of all the prizes in these classes
al. the Canadian National Exhibition in
Toronto.' The Toronto Globe, commenting on the fact gives all credit to
the slrong organization of creameries
built up partly through the efforts of
the western provincial governments.
"There is much truth In its observation. Government control of tho
creamery business in the west, in tho
early stages more particularly, did result in a degree of standardization anil
quality production that was the admiration of visiting experts. As tlio
business goes more and more into
private control, of co-operative character, the standards,are being maintained and in fact improved ��� upon.
���Whenever western dairy products enter into competition willi the products
of other parts of Canada or the world
at large they reflect credit upon the
creameries that produced them. ,
"There is one faetoVthe .Globe overlooks. 1{ 'is the, special quality ot
western grasses. -' U is not altogether I
a result of high manufacturing stand- j
-ards and modern methods that western
butter stands so high.' There is a
quality in the prairie grasses, a something nameless perhaps even to .scientific minds, that gives an indefinable
quality    to . the products    of   these
grasses. That applies "to bee/ cattle
as well as to dairy products. It comes
from the same combination of soil and
clima te that prodtfees' I he finest hard
wheat in the world.V -       '
"The creamery business in the west
is steadily developing and advancing.
When It attains the production possible to' it, together With a higher degree of marketing skill and efficiency,
it will become a world, standard just
as No. .1 IManitob? hard is and it will
growr into a source of great income for
the wesl."
Nourishes hoby
fo robust health
THEE 3ABY BOOKS
Write to Thc Borden Co.
Limited, Montreal, lor
two Baby Welfare Books.
< Chocs�� Roait
IN PLACE
OF MEAT
������serve this unique roast as
themain dish of the meal.
Yourfolks will be delighted.
Recipe, and scores of
others, in our free book.
Sore Foot Lumps
Dissolved
:. Foot soreness. '. tender callouses,
pinching cortis.'all such 1 rouble-quick-
ly'fend. wit'en- -tho.,.P_ilnam rn'othoci is
employed.- - You take a -special hoi
foot- bath (fully described-in each
package)-, puf.-on a few drop's of the
���Extractor." ami"iii'si short time the
trouble' is ended: "'..The name tells-the
story.-of -Putnam's .Painless'7-Corn- Extractor., ."25c"all"dealers." "'  '. '-    ���'..
gamers Extractor
Worms in children work havoc.
These pests attack the tender lining of
the intestines aud, it lelt to "pursue
their ravages undisturbed, will ultimately peiforate the wall, because
these worms are of the hook variety
that cling to and feed upon the Interior
surfaces. Miller's Worm Powders
will not only exterminate these worms,
of whatever variety, but will serve to
repair the injury thcy have done.
Practical Social Service
H
Radio Iii the North
Ten   years ago grapofruLi wa.s almasi
unknown.fti Kurope.'V'Nov il. is eoni-
tottv rompiiiiy in town, a busini-s.~ man i ing .into:favor aV'a breakfast delicacy
salil  to his S'-eri'lary:. '-'Si-nd down ' tofiii.Knglaml.      Tli'! ISriiish now import
. the'.-'Illank   Theatre '..and g^i-Vino jw��! large    quanntie.-:     from    the     Ifnilcd
-.ti.:l-:��.ts   for  "J'we'.n.li. Xlghf.' '7 :" Laii-r I Slates.' and  brokt-rs in London report
.'-.���������   - i
Ui>- fi'-creiary reported: VI ei.uldn'i. g>-t j t-liat the remaiid iri steadily increasing.
tickft's lor Hit? night you spi-oified. .-.ir.i ���
Tlie fohipan.   will only b^ in town, sis 1 . Th^ brains-'of an  ant  i* about, the
'evening.-,"���liosioii Transeripi. -.-is.^ of 1he head ot" a  darning needle.
 ;-- i-These  insects live  trom eighi   lo ton
No man is.truly wise .wlio has never, j; years" as .a    general    vule,,. although
beei>   up  iigain.s'l  ul least, one  bunko   specimens     in fc.api'ivily   have  boon
panic, -    ' -     .���������--��� .-.- known to reach the age of fifteen. -
WHEN FOOD FAILS
Defective   Digestion  is the Cause and
...;,.Misery  Fpllows  _, -���   '    ~ 7
.There, are th msan'd.s-bf people who
do>,not    get   the projper nourishment
from.-the-food tliey eat,- because their
digestion' is defective., ,= Food tlutllies
"undigested in tlie stomach-is not mere-''
ly wasted, but, will ferment and poison,
yo.ur .system.;. - Flatulence ���' and-, soiii
risings in the. throat follow am!"unless
voir arefcareful you. 'will , Become"',' a
chronic'dyspeptic.'.   V ' - ..���''"=���'���..'���' - '������.
���}J\y toning up thefstoiaacl!. to. dd.tlie
work nature, intended,->ou will-remove.-
the  cause/of. the/!rouble, ." -Not"binif
.will; more promptly Tes!ory'.tli.e_.-digt_K.-;
five organs Ihan    good .  hew. ffoloud.
fstbniach. m.rves'-anii.'glandt? till 'depend
on fthf.';'blood,' and  "when  it-gets' lljla
and wiilery they ar;eat once weak'-iied,
-It Is because of iheir. action in building up' and  enriching "the blood   Unit
Dr.. Williams'  Pink;. Pills  have proved
���successful  in  so. tunny' cases "of indi-
' gestion where ordinary medicines-have
j failed. ." The new' rich blood  quickly
- rones iiji ihe.dlgesliye. orgatis: the ap-
, iielit.e. "improves and -you aie,��� able ii)
| eat .with;comfort,and get; full- nourish-
I meni. froth'".your io'od,     . ���   ���'���
i     Vou can get-Dr, Williams: Pink. Pilis-
j through any "dealeis in in����llciiie, ;or by
; mail-at 50c a bf x from The T)r. Wil-
Hams' .\Iedichie Co.,. Brock vi I If, Ont.
Great Boon; __to Settlers " on: ;Eastetn
7.. -Shores-of. Hudson Bay -. . "--
-'" The';'gr'eal-..b'6on' that" the radio."has
beconio to settlerfc iii th.e'.np'rlhhuul is
emphasized by , lie v. ~SV. "'Gladstone
^\'aliou,"a missionary from L'ngava, on
the eastern shores of Hudson 13ay, who
lias arrived- in" Toronto/ - Along ' the
shore, says'Mr. Walton', manyfslat ions
have been-erected, and although mail's
are delivered in. Ungavii duly from two
to foiir thiies"a year.ffthe'seltiers'- and
traders sire getting world- ne\ys -by
radio as; early as' ihe'.ieaUer.s'of city
newspapers.'-,,' .;.'""'.���.' "'���' .    ':���
���,., Mr. ��� -Walton;, cites ��� tlie-case of a
-trader_iit.JtiijH.rft: House, 'a ���-Jlu'ilson
lisiy- post' whose wilo'left hist fail-to
undergo a serious operation'hi a United Stares hospital. "Nalurall'y', the
trader was- anxious to..hear how she
was getiing on. -.In Jamtai'y o.f this
.year, lie- wasV'lisiuiing-in'. anil heartl
a presbyieriaii- clergyman In ,1'iiisburg
sikte-'that.-lie liad bfeen asked: to mention thin, the' trader's,.-wife was-gelting
oiinicely, after.'a rather, serious" opi-ra-
tionf''.-'   ������-.-      '.��� '    /.   '_-':.    .
Western      Canada-    Social      Welfare
Congresses of tiie.Socia'l   Serv-ce
, ' Council of Canada
Tiie peojile ol ^'i.-.tern Canada" are
indeed lortnnale���in having in-iheir
midst this year, the series of Social
Welfare Congresses of the Social
Service Council ol Canada, which are
to be held in Ufa western "provinces,
from October 13th to 21th inclusive.
They are to be great gatherings, and
inasmuch as tliey are the-first of iho
kind to be held in the webf, they will
be tlie source of much inspiiation and
profit to all forward-looking Canadians
who are working lor the best that can
be_in practical social service. _
Eight disflngu.shed visiting 'speakers
of national^ reputation representing
both Protestant s.nd Roman .Catholic
Churches will be heart! af each place,-
besides local speakers of outstanding
ability;   aud ample liu'e is to be al-
Kraft-
MucLarcn
Cheese Co.
Ltd., Montreal
$ni rat free recipe booi.
Niacv.;.; :..v ;....;...;.;.:.... -.'-
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Describes Russia As Seething Slum
Squalor   and   Filth   Seen   Everywhere
Says American Novelist
All Tted .Russia is a seething sluat7-
according to Fannie Hurst, the American novelist, who arrived in Paris
from Moscow. She described Sioviet-
ism as a gre.r beast, half-stupid, half-
mad, on its back in death agon>.
Two months ago she was an avowed MaVxian and an enthusiastic de-
lender of the Communist revolution.
She is sailing a saddei but wiser
woman, and ready, according to heir
own statement, "lo climb down Irom-
the soap box torever." In . ail the
reign of tenor only one man���Trotsky
���seems lo have 'he while light of in ���
spiralion, says Hits llursl.     Fhe said:
"In everyone's lace you set- nothing but fear, overwhelming tear. Leningrad and Mosco;.v today teem us
though people from Cherry and Allen
Street, ln N.ew York, have moved
from their slums to Park Avenue aud
continued to hang clothes irom the
front window.}-, put coal in (he balh-'
tubs and never bother io repair tho
streels.
"Russia is still chaos, with poverty
jimcmg^he hourgeois_as_welI  as  tho_
professional classes, ami siiualor and
filth everywhere."
- The Oil ot the People.���Many oHs
have coiiie aud gone, but Tn: Thomas'
Eclectric Oil continues to maintain ils
position    and    increase its sphere of
lowed   lor  discussion   lollowitig   each I usefulness   each   >ear.      Its   sterling
addtoss. '      ' I dualities have brought il to the front
The subjects  will   include  most  of- aml '"'l'1 U tliere  and it can truly be
_....., _W...  i.i.,. .-._. ..._..���_...! called ihe oil of the people,  -'ihous-
 ''" "     ands havc benefited by it and  would
HILDREN GRIFOMCASTORIA"
Especially Prepared for jhfants. aridj Ch j iciren; of AU Ages V
, Mother!V Fletcher's' Castoria fba's
Seen in '.u*e~.for,ov*?r.:30. years a3 a
pleasant, harmless . .substitute..\ for
Castor Oil; Paregoric,. Teething Drops
.and 'Soothing"--Syrups,'-V-Contains'-im
carcoiics. Proven .directions are on
S��ch    package.  ..PhysiclaiS3.. every
where recommc-na-It.'",. The kind "yoa
have always .bought bears signature of
Paris a City of 8cards-
��� "Paris was a city of beards.'", says
a New Vprker b.iels. from the French"
capital, "of which there were ;IU
shapes, more or less. aceordiiif?.-l,Q
profession, froni' tin.' cook type to Uie
judge type. Kvery barber had one
razor seldom used, and a ball cry of
curling irons to piit waves in the
beards. Hair Jye, - briiiianline and
perfume were lued under rill self-
respecting French silk hats.''  : :-
A Fr?n.eh. criminal feigned" dumbness and'insah.ilvj'or 3a years lo" avoid
a prison sen i ence.-.'77
Doh'tNe
���'- Clerical, work: st'enogra]>liyf.and'office work'in;geniral are vocations iu
which���women stand a sood ifchance'of
marriage, records show, while school
teaching-is-uosa"tisfitc.tory.:,iiif-thisfre-
spect7:    XXy.  ';.-%    ",  ' "      X ' i.x'' : Xyy'-
.Minard's. Liniment -for /Sprains   and
X'X.. \ BrelswW_W���-',.." =.���,.;'-':-c-   ���'���'.'-",;-.
Ladies���A few days' treatmect with
CARTERS LITTLE LIVER   PILLS
will dc mors to clean,
ap thejskin than ���
the beauty treat
ments io   crca-
stion. Aii imperfect   corn--
.pl'XlQB'    li
"taastd  b?  ��
iiugglsb User.
Millions it stocle.old, younR tnd sr.it_d:e.sge,
take thess .ictt Biliomnest Oii.ziatm: Sick
Hesdfcciit. L'issei Sfomscis' tnd tot Sallow,
Rmpl�� aad Bio;eh�� akisi. Tbej ' eai. tb*
ailjery ��t CaMtipsttda.-..       ��� -   "*
6eaU PU!~��iB8ii 00K���&B��aii frtei
the vital social problems with which
those who are working any field of
social service arc- only too familiar.
Some ot these are: The-Underprivileged Child; Religious and Social Welfare; The Community and Social 'Welfare; The tX'Hnquent Boy; The DeHti-
��ltif>iit Girl; The Social Piseases;
Habit -forming Drugs; The Problem of
the'Mentally Defective; International
nidations, etc. Eacli subject will be
treated by a speciun.^f.
The plan-: and dates are us follows:
Vancouver and Victoiia (siinultun-
cott'i), Octf 13th and 11th; Ctilgary and
Edmonton (simultaneous), Oct. IClh
and - 17th; KeghKf and
(siuiultaneous). Oct. 2'th
"Winnipeg and lJmntlon
cons), Oct. 2^rd and 21th
The Western Congresses will satis-
iy a real need in the west, provinding'
as they do great forums -within easy]
reach of al' "We^ern Canadians, for
discussion of the social . problems
wliich Canada is facing today in common with many nations.
uae no other preparation.
Growth Of Vancouver
City
Saskatoon
and 21st;
(biniul lau-
Shows Remarkable _ncreas��
During Last Twelve Years -
The Vancouver Province publishes
some remarkable facts showing tho
progress ol tlio city., Its population, which was 100,101, according
to tlio census of 1011. hrnow estimated in the directory at 217,12S; and Ibis
estimate is supported by figures shewing thf'cu-.lniners for water and*light
5crvir... In 1012 no wheat was exported. Last year the export was
54,0i9,lSS bushel-.. The number of
ocean-going' vessels visiiing Vancouver was llPlr, 1012 and S"1 last year.
In the same period the value or manufactured products has grown from
��17.170,000 to nearly $300,000,000.��� ,
Toronto Globe.
No Oil,In Philippines
Aft^r long prospecting lor oil in ihe
Philippines the Standard Oil Company has abandoned its workings.
Tliere has been a belief that oil would
be found on the Bandog Peninsula of
the Island of Luzon, but ihree wells
drilled to depths up to five thousand
feet failed to show any. ���
An alarm clock arrangement has
been made by ���which a radio receiving
set caa be started up at a specified
time.
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Corns     and
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'Another   Western  Empire
Country in Peace River Region Only
7-,        Awaiting Development   .
Sir Henry Thornton' is very hopeful
as to the prospects of the Peace River 'country whicli    ha-i   been    called
Would Abate Smoke Nuisance
'Government of "Great Britain- Plans a
Fuel Development Survey
The;-''Government.-of Great  Britain"
at the instance of the  secretary for
mines  and: the  department, of scien-
:Tlie 'Last  Great   West."      Me   says  title "and industrial  research,, accord-'
* A teaspoonful of
Gillett's Lye sprinkled
in the Garbage Can
prevents flies breeding
Use Gillett's Lye. for all
Cleaning and Disinfecting
!__^irc_R������ii!2
^^ _____"������ c**t_��'^
Costi little
but always
effective
WORLD HAPPENINGS
BRIEFLY TOLD
thai if only 50 per cent, of its acreage
i were brought  under, cultivation more
wheat would be produced than is.done
at  present, iu all  the rest of Canada,
land poultry, cattle and sheep arc also
raised in abundance.     Even if Iiis estimate of the  wheat-producing capa-
I cily be regarded as a little too sanguine  tliere is  no doubt  that in'tlio
! Pence River region and tho-surroiiiul-
; ing..country there is another western
; empire awaiting development.     Even
iho Peace.River may not  be the Just
west, or the last   north.      Mr.   Elihu
.Stewart,    who    Is    familiar with the
counlry. speaks highly of the prodttc-
ijivef capacity of the regiop north of the
j Pence .River, and fells of wliealv ripen -
j ing at a point near Great Slave Lake
I before  the  end   of ..Tuly.      It  Is  Mr.
Stewart's opinion  lha't    the    country
will require an eas-fefn outlet on Hudson Bay as well as a western outlet on
the Pacific.     Once there is adequate
'communication with  the Peace River
country ~the. way will be  opened  for
trying  out   the  possibilities ,_of  other
fields.���Toronto Globe.     ,        7      .-���
Marcus CI. Gero.v, arrested for sending jhreafeiiiug letters to the Prince of
Wales, was lound mentally unbalanced, and committed to an asylum...."
An army order announces Ihatf.the
King has approved of the Winnipeg
Rifles beingfallied to tlie Rifle Brigade
of the,iiiiperial army.     '-"������'���...--'
ISdninnd Decloux and-l)r. Kttnis hTTve
succeeded in ma! ing    a '.serum   immunizing livestock against anthrax, it.
was stated in a report from Paris.
Actual '.'..construction"', work <m the
Porl Arihiu-Wiiinipeg "'link of the
Trans-Canada auto highly was com-
nienced Sept. S.-when a pailv ol men
left   Porl Arthur lor Shabaqua.
Henry ,1. Case, Sj, inventor of harvesting machinery, is dead a I his home
at Potighkeepsie. X.Y. Farming implements of all kinds bearing Mr.
Case's name haw boon iu umj ihrough-
out the world.
Soldiers' diarie-; and letters wi'itlen
at Ihe'lronl during the war are to ho
compiled by the German Government
as pari oi the history of the world
conflict A bui'i'iiu (or this purpose
has been established af Potsdam.
Th�� Duchess !)u jtfouchy, intiiii'ite
friend ol f-hupres*. Eugenie, and one ot
the'last &urv.\oiv. ot the famous Tuil-
crie*. court, is dead,. She was Wgrand-
daughter. or Napoleon's Marshal.
Mural.    ���> -  .
Ca'pf. K. O. Ev-ms and A. F. lleniiett.
two Deli-oiiers... completed their record-
breaking task of liavcllhig from YVin-
.nipeg lo Vancouver by automobile.
Their route included a 123-tnile section Ibiough tlio Fraser catijon over
the truck.* of" flu C.N.R.
ln a speech delivered at Dundee,
Premier Ramsay MacDonald, confess-
lng'io leeling "a.little Hied," said tlie
price paid for the' premiership was
very high. He someUniesdoiibted
"whether anyone in future could hold
"the position more than 12 mouths.
Rust resistant v heat is claimed, by
Samuel Larcouibe Birtle, Man., (o
have been successfully grown on his
farm during the" past season. Not
only do this samples produced appear
to be iits! resistant, bul- tliey give a
higho! .. ieh'l than wheat hitherto
. grown in iManlinba, according-to Mr.
La vcom be.
Wembley Exhibition
W A Financial
Failure
ing. to advices received by the Bankers' Trust Company of New Vork from
its English .information service;, has
decided 'to provide al once for the
rapid development: of a^clieniical and
physical survey of the coal seams of
Great Britain, to determine the possibility of replacing some :i -t0 million
tons of raw - coal tit present burned
every year in ils natural slate by other
and smokeless fuels obtainable from
coal by carbonization and gasification.
It is pointed out in this connection
that, if coal can be carbonized on a
large scale in such a way as lo yield
a supply of fuel oil I'or the navy and
mercantile marine, and an important
share of-motor spirit for use in motor
cars and aircraft, the balance of foreign trade would be altered in favor ol
Great Britain, while the abatement of
the smoke nuisance in towns and
manufacturing districts owing to the
abandonment of raw coal as a fuel
would have immediate and far-reaching effects upon Hie health and housing of the people.
Powder With Cuticura
Talcum After Bathing
After a bath with Cuticura Soap and
warm water Cuticura Talcum dusted
over the skin is soothing, cooling
and refreshing. If the slcin is rough
or irritated, aroint with Cuticura
Ointment to soothe and heal.
Sairpl. Each Ttu bf Vail. Aildrtm C��nadi��n
Dupot: "Cuticura, T. 0. Box ������, Montreal."
r���M��bosDBi<_. Ointment M and Wo. TalcumSSc.
Try our bow Shaving Stick.
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But Striking,       Success From
Educational     and      Business
-      - 7 Viewpoint 7 -..
It' is- slated that air (he "dominions
have decided not to eontinuejheir exhibits at Wembley next.year. This is
very disappointing to the. Old.Country
authorities at the British'' Empire Exhibition, Avho believe that a second
year would recoup the losses experienced  this year.
tt is only in a financial sense that
the exhibition has been a failure. As
an educational enterprise it has been
ii striking success and individual exhibitors reckon ir a success from the
business viewpoint. Canadian ex-
hibilors are pleasul and many ol them
would be glad oi an opportunity of
repeating next year.
The display of photographs of tlio
Canadian bbnniesi babies, entered in
the empiie competition, continues to
prove the most al tractive exhibit,
and Australia lufs imitated it.
Trans-Canada  Highway
Only One Link Remaining io Complete
Auto Road Across Dominion
Al the annual moolir.g of Ihe Canadian Automobile Association held in
Toronto, il was announced by Dr. P.
li. JJoolitlle. who recently returned
from a coast to ccn__i motor lour, that
outside ol Ontario there only remain-
if
ed ii single link lo connect up a Dominion trans-continental highway and
thai contracts- for .the   completion   of
Move To New Farms
Alberta   Farmers  Take  Advantage  of
Government Offer to Improve
Their Condition .
Certificates issued by' llie Department, of Agriculture to Southern Alberta farmers wishing to move to
other parts... of the province already
number eighty-five, representing about
60 families. 'Inquiries and .applications are slill coming in.-and it is ex-
o      ���   * ���',..' .-'���������
pected that there will be a consider-..
able number -yet-Inking advantage of:
the free transportation provisions.
The farmers who have already moved have chosen widely scattered parts
or the couutry in which to make I resit
starts: Some ham gone into Ihe extreme southwest corner, ol the province, and one or two families arc settling in the W^stlock district,"north
of Edmonton. The greater number
are spreading out at rations locations
between these two extremes.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
SEPTEMBER 21
JESUS
MAKES     A    MISSIONARY
TOUR
A  Most Nourishing  Food
Keep j our children strong, vigorous
and healthy by giving (hem good nourishing foodlike Clark's Beans with
Pork. young and old alike enjoy
their flavour.
"Let the Clark" Kitchens help you,"
Compulsory  Arbitration
Elaborate System Designed to Put An
End tb War
Premiers MacDonald and Herrlot,
backed by the delegations .of all other
countries at the Geneva convention,
put into concrete form a programme
which the Assembly of the League ol
Nations will study, in an effort to
elaborate a satisfactory system ot
compulsory arbitration, designed to
put an enrt.lo war, prepare the way.for
a conference on the reduction of armaments, and set up sOnie satisfactory
pact of guarantees and mutual assistance which will serve to make compulsory arbitration practicable.
The heads of all 4G national delegations present gave their assent to llie
resolution, which declared that the
object i.-, to strengthen the solidarity
and security ot nations throughout the
world bv sctt'ing, by pacific means, all
disputes which may arise between
them.
The attitude of the delegates demonstrated clearly that, although all the
count* ios ar-- ready to accept obligatory arbitration, this form ol settlement ot conflicto must have, as a security, guarantees based on the employment of force.
Golden Text: Thou canst make me
clean.     Mark 1.40. ���
Lesson-: Mark 1.35-45.
Devotional Reading: Psalm 65.1-7.
The Text Explained and Illumined
Seeking Rest, verses 35-37. Tiie
work of healing must always have imposed a heavy st:ain upon Jesus, and
the ministry at Cppernaum must have
left his strength spent. Early iu the
morning, so as not to be held back by
the crowds, He left the city for solitude and communion with God in a
desert place. Again and again we
hear of his renewing His strength by
fellowship with His father. Prayer
is still the secret of power, A pray-"
errullife Js a powerful lire.
Simon Petei and other disciples
followed aud brought this word to
Jesus, "All men.are seeking thee." "I
wonder more and more, especially In
these somber days, how anyone can
get on witliout Christ. If there wero
in our services today the old convert;
ing power; if men and women 'hit the
trail'; if the blind really were brought
to see, if tlie spuilual.y dead became
possessed of eterr.al life���there would
be the old crowding that there was
by Gennesaret's shores. 'What is the
news down at your church?' 'News!'
Oh, well there isn't much in the way
of news. Congregations about as
usual, collections fairly satisfactory,
choir-good, preacher middling.' That
kind of; news will never draw. But
tell the people outside that the wonder-working Jesus is in "that church';
that the, members have a passion for
souls, that dark souls are brought into
the light and hopeless lives are made
straight and .strong; that those who
have drifted.away are all alive again
with the powers of the first love;
that Christ, and h.s touch with-all its
ancient healing powers va re there���tell
them that, and there will be no lack
of crowds." - ���
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The Pride  Of the  Ocean
Russia's Army
Soviets  Double  Pay  Of Soldiers  And
Promise More
Soviet Russia  has doubled the pay
of its aimy and has given a promise
of lurther pay increases.     Neverlhe-
lehS the Soviet Government has signified its'willingness to participale in a
conference to  consider .the* reduction
this   connection,   which   was*in the W armaments il the conference is held
Locomotives For Argentine
Seventeen From England Were Loaded
On One Ship
Seventeen- lull-L-ized iocomuttves,
completely assembled, have arrived at
Buenos Aires from England on one
ship, s-aid to be tite largest shipment
of ils kiln! ever, made for so long a
distance.
The motor ship BekUs wliich took
them was,especially designed by (he
builders for transporting locomotives
so that they cm be put on the rails
Immediately on their arrival all ready j
for service. The locomotives', weigh -
Inig 1" Ions each, were delivered to
the Argentine Sol thorn Railway.
Rockies, had now   beeu   lell.-by  'ihe
British Columbia^ Govern ment.
Hon. James ' Lyons. Minister of
Lands and Forests_ for Qnlario.__s_tnfed
thsit there were only two gaps in the
Ontario section of the trans-continen
tal highway. The worst of tliosiLwas
between the Soo and Fort William,
but siirvey work was now going ahead.
From Kenora tb the Manitoba boundary (ho road was undei* construction
and would-be ready for traflic by ihe
'middle of next summer. The road
lrom Port Arthur.and Fort William to
Kenora 'would sec, "completion within
three years.
Dr. Oooliille was elected president
ot the association, and W. 0. Robertson,-Toronto, secretary.
Roa'd Revenue
One way to prevent yonr hair from
turning gray is to cut it off, wrap it
up caiernliy hi tissue paper and place
it in the bottom of your trunk.'
W.   N    C.   1W2
Automobile     Tourist     Traffic     From
United States Trebled In Last
Three  Years
During the past five' years Canada
has spent $191,000,000 in 'building
roads, according io- Joint B. llurkin,
Commissioner of Parks for the Dominion of Canada. ' ',
From foreign tourist trallic during
the same period the Dominion hn& received in revenue ?US.OOO,000, Which
represents a large yield on,the capital
.expenditure of the roads.
Automobile touiist trallic from the
United States,' according to Mr. liar-
kin, has trebled S:t the last three years.
outside of Switzc-laud.   ,
'fhe-Soviet rulers reiu.se to'send a
representative to Switzerland until
that countrj makes-proper indemnity
for tlio assassination ol M. Vorovsky,
the Russian representative, who was
assassinated in Lausanne during the
negotiation of the treaty of 192:1.
The dislike between Switzerland and
Soviet Russia seems to be mutual. In
the'last five months -Switzerland has
refused to admit within its borders,
any subject of Hussiu.
Sores Flee Before It.���There are
many who have been . afflicted with
sores and" have diiven ihcm away with
llr. Thomas' ficlettric Oil. All similarly troubled should lose no time in
applying this splendid remedy, as
there Js nothing like It io be had. It
is cheap, but its power is in no w*ay
expressed by its low price.
Britain Will Always Be Paramount
Sjys Cunard Line Head
Although ilie British proportion of
lho world's ocean-going bhips has
fallen Irom 'ft���lo 3i! per cent, since
lire-war dajs. Sn Thomas Royden,
Chairman ol the Cunard- Company, is
still an optimist. "Because we have
an inherited instinct for Hie sea and
because- our ships are" manned by
the best men the world produced, this
country will alw;_}s be paramount in
the world's shippinc;," he declared, at
the annua! piizt day on board the
Mersey training ship Conway.   ,.
- Like'a Grip at the Throat. For'a
'disease that is not classed as fatal
there is probably, none, whicli causes
more terrible suffering than asthma.
Sleep is impossible, the sufferer becomes exhausted and finally, though
the atlack~.p_is5Gs, is left in unceasing
dread of its lettirn. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is a wonderful
remedial agent. It immediately relieves "the restricted air passages as
thousands can testify. It is sold"by
dealers everywhete.
For Meatless Days
How to Serve Cheese Instead of a
Fish Dish
Perhaps your family doesn't enjoy
li��h dinners. ��� Perhaps you have
trouble getting really good fresh fish.
Or maybe your mon folks work very
hard and need a food higher in stimulating, energizing fuel values than fish.
Then try giving lliem cheese dishes
instead of fish on meatless days.
You will be surprised what a lot of
delicious dishes cheese can provide
and how pleasant a variant it is Irom
thc endless round of si oaks, chops and
meat stews, and especially as a change
from the unsatisfactory fish course
which so many di.-dil.e.
Cheese is a vei-y nourishing and
healthful food, n is tne most economical "meat; dish" you can serve because cheese is such a highly coneen-
New Channels Of Commerce
Sixty    Per    Cent,    of  -Exhibitors    at
Wembley Are Delighted With -
Results
"Canadian cheese has found ��>splen-
ditl market directly through tho exhibition," one of the Canadian trad&
commissioners at "Wembley stales. ���'
"Eight thousand pounds of cheese
per week are used in the grounds by
the caterers, and they have also introduced it in all their London cafes.
A Canadian dry milk dealer has just
sold his output fer tho next five years
to a British firm, an output valued at
?S00,000. Our fruit 'display lui3
brought European orders for more
than 1,000,000 boxes. A firm of show'
case makers sent a small display,
more ior the reason of being represented nt the exhibition thau anything
else. Kuropean orders have come
pouring in and the firm has decided
to spend $100,000 on tho opening of h
permanent establishment in London.
"I can say that sixty per cent, of
the exhibitors here .are delighted that
they came to Wembley. Indirectly,
business amount Ing to hundreds o*
thousands of dollars has been stimulated, ancl new channels of comnietco
opened."
Corns are painful growths.1    Hollo-
| way's    Corn   Rcrover 'will   remove
t\ pound of cheese equals' iliem.
(rated lood  that a little of It goes a1
Trinidad Honors War Heroes
Beautiful Monument Erected In Park
At Port-of-Spafn - . ' '
In memory of those uho/e1!, and in
honor of ihose who serve'd in the Groat
War, Trinidad has erected a beautiful
monument. It islocatetl in the centre of a park" at Port-oi'-Spain, surrounded by tropical scenery. The
unveiling of the monument was'one of
the last public acts in the colony of
Governor "Sir--Samuel 'Henry" Wjlson,
who lelt here July JO lo take over the
gov'ernoiship ot Jamaica. The memorial consists of a tail, square white
in 1921, American cars cnieiiug Can-1 ju -^ on Joj| of wi]k.h ,3 ft fon..l|(.
ada numbered CIT.3S7; In 1920 they fljjurp Qf ^^ wUh ouli<lre,rhod
totalled 1.942.3S7.       - . .   wing^ and  th(i  ,0jt arm  rai;3��.d alor,
. bearing a wreath.     Four broad steps
Grocer.���"Well, madam, what can I surround the massive base, which sup-
do for you?" ports on one -side the giant figure of a
Mrs. Newiywed.���"John and I aro*Trinidad soii'ier protecting a wound-
starting our garden this afternoon. 0d companion. 1 he cost was $50,000.
Will jou please '.-end over one dozen   raj^d jointly  by public subscription
green'tomato plants   and   two
ages ot s.wet pickle seed?"
paek-
Doctors say hard work tends vo
lengthen life, because, men and *o-
nien who stick close to their profession or trade must be regular ftj iheir
habits.    " .. ~
Minard's    Lfniment
Pains ,
for   Aches   And
and government contribution.
Signs  -
Mistress.���"I am a woman of few
yrords. If I beckon with my hand that
means 'come.'"
New Maid.-���"Thai suits Tne, mum.
I'm also a woman of few words. If I
shake my head It meaas 'I'm not
coaling.'"
An old Cornish "Gratifer" was asked 'what he did when ho Lowed' his
head" in ehnrch'so reverently just before fhe. service began.
"Well," replied lhe old man, "that's
a fair question, an' I'll gie ee a fair
ans'werr I dawn't know what other
volk duz. but I (hi always,count vorty
niyzell!"     '
A class of boys was asked to attempt to write a short story. The
shortest story and the best came from
the pen of'a small boy. who wrote:
"Oue bull," two lorcadors; one bull, oue
toreador; one bull:"���London Morning Post. - '        '    ,
long way
in nutriment tluee pounds of lean
beef. It is^.far more nourishing than
the b,esi fish, which ii one of the foods
lowest in calorie^ ���
Cheese is eaten uncooked, but ii is
capable,of scores ef delicious cooked
dishes. Here is a suggestion that is
worth' trying:
Cheese and .Macaroni Lgtif.��� \'. cup
macaroni broken Vi to small pieces, V
cup^miik," 1" cup soft bread crumbs. 1
lablespoonlul butter, ^ 1 .tablespoon
chopped grocn pepper, 1 , lablospoou
each chopped onion and parsley. 3
eggs, I teaspoon salt, y. cup Kralt
Canadian cheese, rub through grater.
-Cook the mnctuoni in boiling salted
water until lender, ancl rinse in cold
water. Cook. the parsley, onion and
pepper in a litke water with butter.
Pour off the water or allow it lo boil
; away. . Beat the rgg white and yoke
separately. Mix all the ingredients,
cutting and folding in the stiffly beaten whites at the last. Line a quart
baking dish with buttered paper; turn,
the mixture into it: sel tho baking
dish in a pan of hot water, and bake
In a moderate oven from one-half to
three-quarters of an hour. Herve with
tomato sauce.    '   -
Germany Using More Tobacco
Tlie cigarette has become exceedingly- popular - throughout Germany,
and more cigars and pipe tobacco ara
being consumed pince the war than in
any oilier period. Recent statistics-
show that the imports of raw tobacco
have increased considerably as coru-
P___.rc.rt with those prior tcthc-wur, and-
this despite the decrease or the German population.
A ."murder tree," one with aerial
roots and strangle all trees near
them, is found in Brazil. One lias recently been imported at the Kensington- Gardens, Lomon.
WHEN THE BABIES
ARE CUTTING TEETH
THE MOTHER SHOULD USE
During baby 'a ieSilaing time, e_spec-
izlly in tbe Lot summer months, tha
bowels become looao and diarrlioea,
dysentery, colic., cramps, etc. manifest
^themselv��s; the gnms become swollca,
aad caakera "foiai in the mouth.
.- This is tiia time whea the ,mothc<
should uso "Dr. Fowler's,'" and, 'perhaps, save the baby's life.
Put-up only by The T. Miibuxa Co_,
Grain Needed For Refugees
Many War Victims- In Near ' East
Are Destitute    -
Contributions, either,of cash or or
grain.1 are urgently required .for the
relief of refugees who have been evict-,
ed from Turkey -under the "conditions
of the Lausanrc treaty, declares
Frank Yeigh, Canadian representative
of the "Save the Children" fund.
Mr. Yeigh reports a sympathetic attitude towards the appeal by elevator
companies, grain 'and agrarian "organ-"
izalions in ihe three western pro* -
iuces. and instructions have been sent
lo elevator managers to receive gifts
of wheat for the purpose of thy fund.
It is pointed out that Great Britain
and other parts of the British Empire,
are ihe only countries at present endeavoring to teed and clothe the large
numbers-of destitute war \ictims who
arrive dally in Greece from Salonika
end Clack Sea pons, although the
Near Kast fund of the t'nited States
is helping thou >a:ids of orphan.; in orphanages.  ���    , ,
Hurt?
Slop .the pain .with Minard's.
It slop3 Inflammation, soothes
and heals.
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YOU'VE   TRIED  THE   REST
NOW   SUY   THE   BEST
CAsg
MlSSiJlT5,fNEroS^S
There Is a dealer handling Newcastle coat
fn every tovvn In Western Canada, Uoott
for hiin.
"MONEY ORDERS
Vity your out-of-town iivni.i.U
minion Kxpre.--= Mono.v Orders,
D>-
HELP WANTED
ERSONAL  CHRISTMAS   CARDS.
"Imperial    Arr."      IV=t    known
J selection.     "VTShi men and women ia
even   town lo rolicst  orders in 'spars
| lime.     Representative* making"-32 p��r
j hour Up."" Ne\��es^ designs.^   towe.f^
Trices.     Samples five-     l3rlti_-n Canadian, 122 Richmond St, YV., Toio:'-J(*.
���   Of  42,i.!(.0   mcdic.il  practitioners   b
England, only 2,9i>0 are nomeii,
Minard's,Lmirnsnt for Daadrulf
THE   NEW   FRENCH   REMEDY.
THERAPiONNG. 1
THERAPlomN0.2
THERAPIONM0.3
Ha. J far Blxddc.r Catarrh.   Ho. 2 tot Blarad Jt
SWaDis&asdi. Sa.3farChron_c%Yes.l_nes3:i3��
sot psf!,tiDi-'[", c**em 5r-.?-;cri*�� *������.'-.. ��vr* 3a^
D_. t. C t.-*'  'teLC-i ��l3T-*rs-_>_'_. .������. N U S I .>-.- *9
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M-M Bu.v__.__ll tel-SST. tnsll).. c,.\ THE LEDGE,  GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .18, 1924
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THE LEDGE
V
Is 'f2.oo 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.
G. YY. A. SMITH
Lessee
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears In notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
AU other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 centa a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals i2j��c. a line each insertion.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Safe Handling of
Commercial Live Stock
Christian Valley Notes
Mr. Christian has a fine crop of
roots this fall.
Frosts have nipped the potatoes
and tomatoes lately.
Mr. Lindgren was down to
Westbridge after a load of wall-
board for his house.
0. Abel is making good progress
with Mb residence on the East'Fork
according to latest reports.
Mr. Lindgren has bad a sprained
ankle for some time, being injured
by stepping off from a load of poles.
Dr. W. H. Wood and P. H. Mc-
Currach, gov't agent, were visitors
to the Valley last week from
Greenwood. They stopped overnight with Mr. Christian.
Miss Richards, the school teacher, had an introduction to her first
wood-rat the morning after her
arrival. The rat was suspended
from two traps ir\ front of ber
cabin door.
"Anyone can drive a Ford,"
but to see some Fords go by, one
is apt to question that statement.
However, windshields and tops
are hardly necessary (?) anyway,
so what's a "turn over" or two.
To see the little boys with their
bows and arrows reminds one of
olden  days.    They are quiet pro-
chip-
using
"I'll
BACON  HOGS
The breeding and feeding of
bacon hogs involve a great deal of
skill and hard work, and among
breeds and types of swine, the
bacon hog represents by far the
most successful effort yet made to
meet market requirements both at
home and abroad.
The hog is not a hardy animal
and probably is injured more easily
than either cattle or sheep. Despite
this fact, he is often the subject of
much more .abuse than are other
classes of meat animals.
Unfortunately as regards hogs,
the effect of rough   handling are
very pronounced,  and fehe losses
resulting, much  more severe than
in other stock. . -
Every   year -thousands of hogs
' arrive on the market in a  more or
: less badly bruised condition,   due
.to .causes  largely avoidable,   fin
... this way, tlie producer's six months
7fof effort to meet market needs with
a high classprodacfe is,more or less
eflecfcively defeated in; theL space
.of a few hours.f V
V Quality determines'the relative
selling price, of live stock. ���})&.
bruised carcass sells', at a discount,
and the producer ultimately f bears^J
. part of the, financial loss; involved
as a result. of' aif depreciation   bf
value in tbe. dressed animal,  due.
to damage in the live 'animal.-7
. Bruising is rarely the result of
7 interitional.. abuse/ but rather; of
the use. of -unsatisfactory: equip-
.-'. ment and unwise : handling on the
part of those through whose hands
��� .-the live stock., passes on its way
7 from farm to killing floor.  ;_-   f
. During a recent . four-month
period, 34,000 bogs were, carefully
: examined,  so "as to ascertain the
f extent .of.. bruising, and. scarring.
Over o,006 or 15 per cent, showed
the: effects of,. rough . usage.7 In
some cases the big carcasses were
. depreciated in value by as much as
$5, and the. average loss amounted
'   to $2.50 per hog."'.   . .W7.V7    W
7 .        '. V >   '.HORNS';.  ���/"'-'-.'";.''. ['-:..
Horns are 7 weapons of   offence
V and: their possession f by- cattle, ib
.. responsible for fighting and general
.-=. disturbance in. feed; lot and on
f. pasture. ;'��� 'V.VV--\ .,/';-*';.-': ���
V 7 .Cattle, with horns attack .and so
.- injure. one , another.; that.. wheii
/marketed tbey; dress, oufe to.great
��� ' disadvantage....'On that account,
��� dehorned cattle sell at better rates
' than horned cattle, f and command
more;, moneyVwhen    bought f for.
���:' -feeding.".'.���. 7, ;V       7- . ��� ,_-./'
Horns are a common7 source, of
restf ulness f in. cattle fand ' as; such
f are responsible for a lack of welldoing on pasture; in this way, they
become - a   positive   drawback   feo
fattening.
Carcasses disfigured because of.
ff, the cutting out pf.the bruised porr
7 . feions and other carcasses more or
y .less scarred represent a deteriora-
feion in-Quality,  responsible for a
monetary, loss of .oyer 81,500,000
annaal.ly..- f This loss, [added; to 7 the
loss previously "incurred depasture,.
. is   a   strikiug7indicfement7again8.fe
"horns. -ff'VVWW fXXy X-'WW -
W' Protec60oar;;cpmmercial cattle
7 by dehorning them  this fall, and
persuade your neighbors to eimilary
: protect your, cattle by.dehorning
theirs.,-. Nip the horn in the bad;
.; tsee Caustic Potash on the horns of
-7 fehe'calf when ife is a few days old.;
VV Ife.ver market commercial,7ca4fete
'-[untilftfae^..'have beea .dehorae<I, 7y
ficient with them,   shooting
munks with seldom a  miss,
their    familiar   expression,
pin 'im."
Mr. Tanner is moving camp
from his ranch to Swank's place
which he has rented. Mr. Tanner
is a resident well worth having and
is a member of the Valley's
orchestra, playing the mouth organ
with a technic little short of
phenomenal. Everyone should
here his rendition of such classics
as "My Father was a Dutchman"
and "Turkey in the Straw.'' '"''
Smelter to be Built
Near Oroville at Once
Construction work on a smelter
to be situated on the north bank'
of the Similkameen river about
seven miles west of Oroville will be
started within the next three weeks
by the Washington Smelter Corporation, according to H. H.
Underbill, secretary off.the coin'-,
pany.       . 7.7
. Unit electric furnaces; will be.installed: of different capacities of
types suited; to. the various kinds
of ore in the district. The electric
smelter will be of the- latest type
and will largely consume its fumes.
A. concentrator. will also be installed. _-"' .      .... -"
Five acres of. land has been acquired by. the 7 company , for ; a
smelter site and .41 acres nearby
for. a camp... site. . Mr. Underbill
opened an office for tbef company
Monday, in the room in the Covert
building formerly .occupied byffehe
customs office.
-The -Washington : Sm el ter f. Corporation is f being financied by.
Minnesota .capitalists;. ;F.. Avery
Tews, a banker of Sbewartviile,
Minnesota, -. who :: recently visited
Oroville,. is president of the company.-���Oroville Gaziittef .
Here and There
: 7Althbngh Alberta only became a
province ���_ eighteen years ; ago,-, its
population;;has increased- fourfoldj
- while, the grain .yield" has increased-
"ftwentyfold.; ��� The total -agricultural
.products of. Alberta in,.1923 ,.were
worth -?223,000,000.    '.X :"'������'
; The��� scheme -for the settlement, of
- British emigrants ..in Canada :may;
assume, a new aspect as. a result;of
���the presence in London, England, of
the Hon. J. A; Robb, Canadian" Min--
ister- fof .Immigration. - Canada f��i
vbrs the. movement of entire, faiiru*
lies to Cariada from Great Britain*
rather, than--that fof single men.' v'
7 ��� ���"       f   -  ���-r��� 7 ,7 " "y X f
Among the biggest muscaluriges
caught this year Was one. landed at
the.f. Canadian; Pacific Railway's
French River (Ont.) Bungalow
Camp, by Samuel.Franklin, Southern Sales Manager of Claflins, Inc.,
New York City. .Mr. Franklin had
a light tackle, and had never hooked
a limge before. . He had a hard
fight to .. secure . the fish, which
tippedf the scale atf 38>'i.l'poip_ds..V,'
���V'.!���' XX-.sZy, [XXX -[y ���';- ':yX[-;'Z;y XX,77
VVAVftqtelVofV
-'mostof .them, fnativerborn,*has been.
. repatriated, from the United States,
daring; the months f bf April, May
,.and 7Jane,-j according to. f-figures
..announced -by.fthef Department -of'
X Immigration.X - -During .these. three
f months. 53,425 ; persons immigrated
7to CaJiads,;which represented an in-,
' crease fof. 12,292 over f the." same; pe*
���f*i��L'df lastfyearWffW'-j #VVW'
tonic-food
For years doctors have been recofri-
mending the regular use of stout as
a pick-me-up ��� a valuable food
beverage that really nourishes the
body and helps the system to
assimilate foods that would be
otherwise" indigestible. Whenever
you feel a bit off color, try what a
bottle of stout will do for you.
Drink it with your meals���regularly
���and watch the result!
Drink
Special
Brew
Cream
tout
It comes from the finest brewhouse
in B. C. ;���made from the very
choicest malt and hops, with the
strength and flavor approved by all.
Bottled at the brewery. It's good
for you.  .Try it!
Send Your
BOOTS   and   SHOES    ..���
To '������:'���
GfcO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material  guaranteed.    We
pay postage one way.    Terms Cash.   .
DR. H. E. GRIFFIN
DENTIST
Office above Chas. King's office.
Open 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
iHy'iLIOs'SL'-i'i1
At all Govt.
Liquor Stores
This advertisement is not.published or displayed try the Liquor Control Board
'-}������       X - -". .'- V or by.the Government of. British Columbia.���' 7 .   ���'-'. X-'��� 7' - V
'-. Marquis-wheat,, originated, kt the.
Dominion Experimental Farms; and
now world, famous, . has succcss-
fullyfinvaded South America, being.
grovrri in; the .' Argentine .Republic
last year with results that,"- accord-.
;ing to authorities; there, exceeded.
.the expectations of the most optimistic advocates of the grain. Further shipments- of .seed.fare being
made", to. the -Argentine :bythe Ca-.
nadian: Seed- Growers': Association.
...One of thef most-diverse .and 7in-..
teres ting aggregations - of ' pdssen-
getta ever assembled in Canada.left
Montreal for Europe on -August,
20th aboard the . Canadian . Pacific
liner Minnedosa. It.included .Majors S. de -Beires and Brito" Pais,
who recently .flew from' Lisbon, to
Macao, China,, a large .party of
Acientists returning from the'recent
convention of the British Association, for the-Advancement off-Science.
���t Toronto,, Colonel Geo, Ham,
genial and internationally; known
"ambassador of .the Canadian, Pa-f
cific" and 7"Soidier" Jones, . Cana-
fdiari heavyweight boxer.;.-.
STRAYED
.' On the property ofthe undersigned
last May af 2 year "old black'heifer with
white" spot ou each - shoulder, two white
hind, -feet. and part .white underneath.
Owner may have same by.applying to.';
77   7 7      VSAkpEL, FRETZ, V
:-"~...        .������' V    .Greenwood near Eholt.'
Re WlLLiAW TIPPIE, Deceased
The, first all-British. direct cable
���ervice Between = Montreal and. London w��s opened on August.18th by
the Canadian Pacific, Telegraphs.
As business warrants,; this service
will be, extended tci; embrace other
Canadian cities with which it is now
connected batTwhich, as yet,, cannot,
offer a reasonable return for a regular service. ^Messages were exchanged between the London Chamber fof Commerce and. the.Montreal
Board, of Trade and. between. .the
Canadian and f the English fhead-
qoaxters of the Bank of Montreal,
eonveyihg expressions of ��� mutual
goodwill and-fprophecying closer re>
lations.as a result of the improved;
cable f��?iUUei 7 -   . v
MINERAL ACT
.,: Certificate of IfflDroyeaents.:,
x ;.;-7 x:-. yx.. NpTipE ^f^v'ffw
"Black Pine Fractibnai" Mineral Cla'im.sittiaie
.   ia the Greenwood Miniuif Divisioa of Yale
District. _"_-.,;_>_=_      ;..;   ,-y
y Where located: On "Wallace Mona tatc. -'
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac Hoyt Hallett
Frfes-Miacr'a Certificate Ko. SS053C,-for myself
and as Agent ior David R. McElmon, Free
Miner's Ccrtificatc'No. 62284C, intsnd, sixty days
from tie date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of'-Iraprovements,
for tie perpo!>e of obtaitsing- a Cr'owa Grant of
the aljdte claim.    ----'   '���-.-.���-.-���������- XXy
;--A_sd further taVe'aotice that action; ooder
Section 37, most be'- comraeaced ~ before the
Issue at saca Certificate ol Improrements.     '-*
.;   Dated thl��ISth day of \Jaly A..D. 1924.    -:. .���
=;---'- [zy[y...." .:"'���:   !-!v'/-7I.;h.,ka^i.ETT
'-"-~Al_iIrPERSpNS-1>iavi_tij claims againsi-the
estate of William Tipple, late of Midway in the
District of. Yale,,' who died'at.Myncaster, in said
District, .oti the 2iidday of -August, ,1924, are required to send tlie same, duly'irerifled,.to the
undersigned, the Executor , under-.the will bf
said - Deceased, on or before tlie 11th day . of
Octpher, 1924, a tier iyhich date the said-estate
will be distributed amoiiff those entitled thereto,
havinjc regard, only to the claims of which 1
sliall then have had notice: and- I' shall not be
liable -for the said'asscts or any'part thereof to
any peisoii of whose claihi I'shall uot .then have
received notice. .       . ���     ' ' :
���-  Daled-at Bridesville, B.C., September-2nd,
1934...    --..--.'��� ..-^ .��� .   : -- -- -. '������'���-
.    ARVII, TIPPIE,
-':     ..-, ���   ���   XX''���'.:"��� -..-," .' Executor.-
.WATER-NOTICE,
.}'.   -  - (DlVEHSION'AND.USli.) . ::    ..    .
TAKE :lh)TICE that Meleiia Harrison
���whose address is Kaleden, B.C., will apply for
a licence to take and use 200 ac. ft. of water out
of "Beaver Creek which Hows- South Westerly
and drains intoWest EorkKettle River, about
Bea'ventell.- -" _ 7- . .'.= ,-��� - ,-r
- ThfHvater will be diverted from the stream
at a point about S. E. Cor. I<. 3130 and- will -be
used for Irrigation - purposes ' upon the' laud'
described as li. 3130; Tv. 3129,1..S6SS, K. M. S.. --"'
: This notice was posted on .the'ground 011
tlie;15tta day of-July, 1924.-'
��� ~A-.copy of this notice and'aa "application pursuant thereto and to the "Wate'r.Ac't, 1914'-' will
be.filed in "the.office' of- llie-Wat'er:"-Recorder at
Grand Fork's, Bi-C. ';. .. "v _ ' '."?""���',
'-- Objection to the "application may- beV-filed
with.the said Water-Recorder or with the
Comptroller -of Water Rights, Parliament
BuildingsY Victoria, B." C," within .thirty days
after'the .firstf appearance-of this-notice iu .a
local newspaper. .,' ': " "       '   ",
The date of the Srst publicatiois of this notice
is September 4tii, 1924,    .,
'..".    .--   MEtENA HARRISON, .'
-���   .'  " 7        ' -'    - -   Applicant.
���''   ;/���'""      7   -'fJAS.'D. HARRISON, '
'. .  ' ' '- Agent,
Ledge adsbring results.
miff
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, survoyed
���>own lands may be pre-empted by
British sufojecta over 18 years of ago,
and by aliens on declaring intention
to become ��� British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and Improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regu-
ations. regarding pre-emptions is
given in Bulletin No, 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt .Land," copies of ���
which can be obtained free of charg9
by addressing tho Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records will bo granted covering
���niy land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which is not timber-
land, I.e., carrying over 6,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
atid~8,000 feet' per acre east of that
Range.      J- ���
Applications for pre-emptions aro
to bo addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for
- is situated, and are made on printed
Corms, copies of which can be obtained from tho 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 flva 7
acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt,
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland,
for^agricultural purposes; minimum
price of i'i'f-st-class (arable) land 13 ?5
. per acre, and second-class (grazing)
land $2.50 per acre. Further 'information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown- Lands,"
. Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
- Umber, land, not exceeding 40 acres,
.may be purchased or leased,"the con-
. dttions. including .payment of
stum page  \ '        . , >'
HOMESITE LEASES . '
_ - Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased" as homesites,
conditional ' upon a - dwelling being
erected ln the first year, title beings
obtainable .after ' residence and' -Improvement conditions are. fulfilled
and land haa been surveyed.
7"     f,- LEASES
������'.-.7Fof ' grazing' and   industrial" "pur-""
pones areas not exceeding 640 acrea
may be. leased-"-by * one  person or- a
company.-���';'-' ','-'���_���,,'.  ���> ���'  -".    'f . .���---"���
''���'-,.."' Wgrazi'nq'' ";.   "'.-- ���-'���}'���
;  'Under" ths 'Grazing Act the  Prov-f
iric��:is divided'into grazing districts.'
.and".the "range-administered under.n
Grazing .   :- Commissioner;'-;   /Annua)
"grazing" permlts":are:!s3ued_based-o"n ���
.-numbers ranged, priority.being given ���
to  established, owners".  Slock-owners
may'- form.; associations .'-for   ' range
management/.-Free, or-partially free,':
permits   are -available   for ..'settlers; f
campers   and   travellers,   up ,. to -.1en .',
'head.-'.'       ���'"   :' '. ���' ���  u ���-" ���'���;-_��� '   ; -���    ,
Have you. paid your..subscription to T-h'e Ledge?;    v
�����.';
;   The Mineral Province of Western Can^^^^^
w    TO gND OF DECEMBER, 1923 -������/-
-X7HaB   produced   Minerals as;   follows:    Placer  ;Gold,    8.76,96.2,203; VL'ode-f .
Gold, $113,352,655/Silver, 863,532,655; Lead 858,132,661; Copper, $179,046,508-
Zinc,  $27i904;75.6; Miseelianeoas  Minerals, 8.1,408,257;. Coal and Coke,.$250,-7    7:   . f.
968,113;fBailding Stone, Brick,.Cement, etc., ��3.9,416,234, naaking  itH Mineral
Production to the end of 1923 .show ainXy'"' ���---. ' :X XZ:.'[ X xXX'ix )-X'
: [ TAgsregate V^Iue fof $B 10,722v782 ::7f7;7-V.';7
ictipnforthe��
The   Mining   Laws of this Province . are more liberal, and the .fees lower,
Bhan those of.any other Province in the Dopainion, orfany. .Colony^in .the  British,,
Em|)irev,.  ,.-,-,������.-:. -yXx}: xV'->���'������ XX'-XXXX.-- W-77;'   yX-;'"'���'-.        'X '' :  ��� '
}y ";X ^inaraVlocations .are granted to diaebverera for nominal fees.
^,f;''���'-.: fAbabidtef Titles are  obtained   by developing such properties, the security
oi which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
V V Full information; together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained
gratis by.addregsing���7 V..    -:. ���������-Vf:"-v--7-- '���
w^:';wvft'^v7f;7^Vr;#^V^ MINISTER OF MINES
ylxxx^x^ British Colamfcia.     ',.
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