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/7 V
Vol.   XXVII.
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and attractive by filling it with some
of onr choice and eletrant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures-
Use our Crockery, Granite and Tinware in your kitchens
and dining rooms
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables arriv- j
ing daily.   Our Price---the lowest.
We carry a large line of
J. G. McMynn, Midway
Around Home
Agents for Five Roses Flour
Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
Leckie Shoes
And A    ������'
Fine Line Of
6    Furnishings
, 25 to 50 Watt Lamps���50c each.
100 Watt Lamps���$1,25 each,
60 Watts ��� -   ��" *   $1,25 each
100    ������-    /   -    -    2.00 ��
200   ��     ���   ���   *    3,50 �����
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
W. Elson 8 Co
Greenwood, B. Ga
We carry a full line of
Groceries, Flour and Feed
Your Patronage Solicited
j Phone 17
Taylor S Jenkin
P. O. Box 1102    ������-��������������������� Nelson, B.C
.   Al Almstrom, of Phoenix, will
locate in Princeton.
Lome Terhune is on  a business trip to Princeton.        *
School    supplies    now   in   at
Goodeve's Drug Store..
Bob Floyd is on a trip to Vancouver and Chilliwack.
D. R. McElmon, watchmaker
and Jeweller, Greenwood,   B,   C.
Wes. Connell, contractor of
Penticton, was in town last week.
George Gray is now employed
in the store of T. M. Gulley &
Mr. and Mrs. P. Crane and sou,
of Beaverdell, wore in town  last
week. .;       ���;.'. /-;
Wm. Goulding was in town
during the first of the weak, from
Nelson. "
Mrs. Georg'e'Burns, of Beaverdell, spent a .few days ihtown
last week.        ~';���
':; Mrs. B. Levy,; of San Francisco,
is visiting her sister, Miss Smith
at Beaverdell.     t
No. 9
Norwegian Creek School
Anew school will be built, on
Mrs.    Mary   Christeusen's   ranch
near Boundary Falls.   It is stated
that it   will   be   ready   to   open
by    the   first   of   the new   year.
About eleven  pupils wiil be on the
roll.    The event   of.  the   school
opening in that section will greatly
help the settlement of that part, as
settlers will move in with families,
now they  are assurred of education for their children.
Greenwood Mining Notes
Two Seattle capitalists recently
looked over the Wallace Mountain
camp, with a view of investing.
In the current ore receipts at the
Trail smelter- the Providence,
Greenwood, is credited with, 72
tons, the Skylark, Greenwood, 16
tons, and the Sally, Wallace
Mountain, 45 tons.
greenwood: bXq.
Kodaks, full line of Films
and Supplies at
Goodeve Drug Store
T have opened a hew harness shop'"and
ain prepared tb. make harness to order
and to do all kinds of repair work.- Shop
equipped with modern machinery. All
>vork guaranteed._ _���-.-:.-���.=.- . -���- ������--
For Sale
,:'   ' .--"'.""The ''WINDSOR  HOTEL;, is;.heated  with , steam     .      -
.\.  and electricity.     Fine sample rooms.   ;. A���, comfort- .
able home for tourists end travellers^    Touch the.    <
wire. If yon  want  roonis, reserved.     The buffet is ���       .'���"._.-;
replete  with.cigars,  cigarettes, cooling beverages,
'"-: .. buttermilk and ice-cream. '���"���--"_   ,      .*
5 X.'X-"- '    V"-'": /���'-���"..���".' '..--:-":.  "'"' X %
The Presbyterian. Church arid
Manse.in Phoenix. Apply!Rev.
Hillis Wright, Grand Forks, B.C..
::>; CIVIL ENGINEER   ] -���",'.���
Miss Nellie Axam left on
Thursday last to> attend Normal
school in Victoria. ��
Miss Hazel Redpath of Nelson,
was the guest of friends on Sunday and Monday.
Axel Gustafson, of Phoenix,
will shortly go, into the wood
business in Penticton.
C. J. Eales returned to the city
on Monday from a visit to his
family at Vancouyer.   -
Gordon McLaren of Deadwood,
is in charge of the public school ^
at" Boundary "Falls.  ~*
Mrs. J. H. -Goodeve has returned from a vistit to Seattle,
Tacoma and other coast cities,   .
This week Charles King shot a
horned owl, that measured 56
inches from tip to tip' of its
Miss " M. McArthur left for
Trail on Monday, where she is
on the staff of the public school
in that city.
Chas. Martin, of Csrmi, has
opened a shoe repairing shop in
the building next the office of
Charles King.
Mrs. Mary Parker of Osoyoos,
and Benjamin F. Hart of Bridesville, were1 married "in Keremeos,"
on August 26.    :._  .    .;:
Wanted.���To'let a contract to
plow at once about.25 acres. Call
or write Fritz Haussener, .} Box
364, Greenwood.���-���.     .      '.' -.    ., .
Ross Woodj "of. the . Bank*/of
Montreal staff, .spent a -'-"few-days'
this, week = with;1 Dr;v and Mrs;;
Wood,,in Penticton^ ���
A, McQueen has just returned
from the Ibex mine near Monashee
Mountain. He brought out some
excellent specimens. Mr. McQueen intends to return there in
the spring, when he will do considerable work.
Down on the Farm
Tommy, who was staying at his
grandfather's farm, ran into the
house-breathless and excited, and
shouted out:
"Grandmother, there's a mouse
in the milk-pail!"
"Well, Tommy," replied his
grandmother, "and didn't you
take it out?** *  -       X   "  "
"No, grandmother," eaid Tommy proudly; "but I threw the cat
I Western Float J
The Duncan Board of Trade has
a membership of 197.
Grouse and deer are very scarce
around Castlegar this year. .
Alberta will,' settle the prohibition question on October 25/
Alfalfa ten feet long was grown
on a ranch near Ashcroft this year.
The population of Toronto, Out.,
is in the neighborhood  of 510,364.
In the first four months of this
year 62,500 Italians came to tbe
United States.
It is reported that the Mennon-
ites from Bhineland, Man., will
settle in Quebec.
The Northwest Biscuit House of
Edmonton,-will have a distributing warehouse in Nelson.
The *late Eichard Marpole, of
Vancouver, left an estate the net
value of which is $583,544.66.    X
In France a man with a $50,000
income is taxed $21,823 ..against a
tax of $7,195 on a similar American income.
A Victoria syndicate has bonded
the Dimwell group- on Glacier
creek, Bear river.
Wm.' Thomlinson of New Denver, has been appointed by the
Federal government' to collect
specimens of ores aud other economic substance required by the
department for exhibition purposes at New York and other
Martin Maurer, has received the
contract to drive a crosscut 50 feet,
to connect a point in the recently
driven tunnel with the old shaft,
on the Evening Star mine, Dayton
creek, near Slocan City. Hugh
Sutherland, of Winnipeg, is the
cwner of this property.
The Floyd ranch which was
sold ' to Stewart Mitchell, last
spring, has an exceptionally fine
crop and this year 200 tons of hay
will be harvested.
The first of a series of Dances
under the auspices of the G. W.
V. A. will be held in the Masonic
Hall, Greenwood, on Friday,
Sept. 10. A three piece orchestra
will be in attendance. If this is
a success and is well patronized
the G. W. V. A. intend giving a
dance once a month.
$ Good lii^^tment
.,��� *^HE money you save earns interest
"��� ^when deposited in our Savings
Department; and both principal and
interest are safe and can be obtained whenever required. Open an
PAiD-UP CAPITAL      -      V \    $15,000,000
^RESERVE FUND;.:.....yi.Xiy rxXxx$\5,000,000
GREENWOOD BRANCH, t. ��.Brawders, Manager.
ASSAYER        >
TSX-V?) -WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biio8, Nelsoni B. C.
Charges:���Gold,'Silver, Copper or Lead
Ji.25^.each. Gold-Silver f 1.75^ Gold-
Silver ���with Copper or Lead $3.00. . Silver-Lead $2.60. Silver-Lead-Zinc fa.qo.
Charges for other metals,, etc., on application. ; ';     ���.
'���"; Mrs. lit: E.'���: Brawders and two,
sons,. Jack, and' Billv, left on.
the Tuesday morning train, for a
visit with relatives in Vancouver..
Bill. Forseman returned, to town
last week. It.is Sis.years since
Bill left here;.: and during' that
time he has.been as far ..north as
Alaska?   . .;. .
.- Airs. Mary. "Christensen,, has
moved into town from her ranch
near Boundary Falls, so her two
grand-children will . be able to
attend school.
���" Ait the" Natioriai Liberal.- Conservative Association meeting
last Friday evening, ia the Club
rooms, A.; J. Morrison and W. B.
Fleming Vwere appointed delegates^.with - E. Bailey of Ehblt,
and J. Cassleman': of Boundary
Falls, as; alternates, to "the Convention in Pen ticton on Sept,*:. .16.
The Greenwood Central School
re-opened on .Tuesday.; morning.
The public;school staff consist of
V. . ��� Edward- : Tripp, principal,
Miss Josephine McKee. in "charge
of Dixision ,3,'Wd. Miss, Cecilia=
Mcintosh,; rDiyisipn 2? ��� H. M.;
:Stramberg- is'--: principal of '������ the
h.igh;s.chooL;^-:    XX-y. XXXX:
The Ledge has; always  room
for one more ad^   -      ���      *���:.
In Cranbrook recently there was
a slight outbreak of heu roost robbery ami petty thieving of milk and
other'provisions. ���'    _
Cornelius Vanderbilt intends to
construct a hunting lodge on an
island that he owns inSproat lake,
near Alberni, B.C.
Vincent's Department Store at
Ashcroft was entered by bnrgfare
last month and goods to the value
of over $200 stolen.    .->
A tngboat that was built in
56 hours, was launched in Seattle,
on Thursday last. This is believed
to constitute a world's record for
speed.        -   " -"- ���    "X^' r~"
J. G. Kirkpatrick died in Ashcroft laBt month, from poisoning caused by drinking wood alcohol. He was' a veteran of the
Great War.
Canada's wheat fields will yield
from 225,000,000 to 250,000.000
bnshels this"-year, which is from
50,000,000 to 75,000,000 more
than last year.
Over 200,000 electors throughout the province made application
during the recent registration to
get their .names placed on the new
provincial voters list.
At a recent meeting1 6f the Enderby local, United Farmers of
B.C.; a resolution ;was passed Ja
f a vorof putting a candidate in th8
field for the Yale by-election;   .
There- will be no; shortage- of
school teachers in Manitoba this
year. Tt is estimated that.3.300
teachers will be required and practically all of this number has been
obtained. -'.--
Substantial progress is being
made in the Texas-Yankee : Girl
mine at Ymir, in the blocking out
of ore, and the operations underground are being-carried on steadily, with 50 men on the payroll,
according to a statement made this
week, to the Neleon News, by John
W." Shaw, superintendent at, the
.; Send a ^loat to your, friends at
once.; You can get them at
The Ledge office./   :: / -~ '"X'X
A Touching Poem
-���{������Tbe following  wishful, poem-.by.
.Dr. Hawes, will appeal  to 'many,'
[who in the wet past carried a bottle
of liquid bait when they went fishing.:',;'. ./:���;:.;. ...-_". .     ""     iiiii-X':
i.lt'snice,to sit and think and fish,-. "::.V,
. ���_,; -And fish, and. sit and think, :X:Xyy
}������ And think and fish and sit and wish.;';
, .<   ..That yon could get a drink. .   ''���'';[,.
x Ledge ads bring 'results, ..-;
Miss Ruth S wanspn j of Prince-
toe, was, in town for a feW days'
thisrweek, en route .to!Spokane,
j where .she will, join the staff of
the,Bank of Montreal in that
city. :'
Wm, Lakeland has opened up a
fresh meat stand in the building
forraerly occupied by . Muir's
Cigar Store ;aiad he will, do business ..on Tuesday and Saturday;,of
ieach week/-;;^   -. ���-' "
For Sale
;;The ^Secretary- of the:;G^;W.
Y-XA. .has some��forms pn hand
for anyi returned man:,Who wishes
to .;take :6ut'; igpyerument. insiirK
a^.;:underV;ithe; new ^Returned
[Soldiers; Acty;';v;-Xy:. rX'iiyX.ix y
Red Currants $2.00 per crate.
Black Currants $2.50 per crate.
Wm. Jenjks, -.
Phone IL.
Notice to Watei* Users
I fi��4 the Twin Creek Reservoir,
otherwise known as the Phoenix Water,
has been turned into the City Water
Mains without my knowledge.- or consent
and .entirely against my wishes;,- I therefor, wish'������ to"-: warn -Water users to take
every .care jn.usingilhis water as it has
cotbeen tested as to its purity.1';������'.
-..V Water is now:being tested, and willbe'
re'pprted'cnlater.'';";;.'-:.yy; -:':'���':"��� X; J-' '--y'-
X-XXyX ���'-: fii"'X.' ':XrXXrX'-'������:������'���. ;Ma^or.
���'G^nwpM!;;B.;C.,Sq>t.'7; i$x>/xy-.   ���_._
TherBritish--light cruiser Vindictive, which was.sunk/in the
entrance of Oetend harbor on May
1.1,' 1918,. and'; which: has ; been
blocking that port since that ti me,
hasbeen refloated.   ���'= ,>-:
.Frankfort, Kentucky, once a distillery centre, has sold .its police
patrol wagon.- Cincinatti, ;Ohio,
has closed its .workhouse. This is
a sort of : thing that; annoys the
.Two hundred, cases of liquor
w;ere recently stopped ;at. Gateway
on the Great Northern. line south
of. Fernie,:. by United States ens-
torn- officials, who,- excavated it.
from care, of co��l. ;- The . seized
liquor was sent to ^Victoria by express. ���""' ������':���_:���       y- -y ,
Hon. Dr. J. S^ Helmckea; 97,
one of the oldest, pioneers of Vancouver Island and of British Columbia, died in Victoria,, on Sept. I.-
He arrived on this coast:Jwith 80
other pioneers in March 1S50.
Five yeara later he .was .elected to.
the first legislative-Assembly of
Vahcpaver Island, and was.chosen,
speaker.\X He, held that position
for-;a;,nnmber of y^ars;and was a.
inemi^r? of 3 the;'eseentive.;>council.
from ; 1864}to..riS71/:,' In ithe latter
year "he;.. was. chosen '.delegate .to
Canada f rptn:Briti3h.; Colcmbia .to
negotiate the,;tern3s of union;    ;
During the last ten days of August the Trail smelter received 11,-
257 tons of ore  and   concentrates.
The shippers are as follows:
Blue Bell. Riondel        - 156
Canada Copper, Greenwood        11
Iron Mask, Kamloops       - 83
Josie, Rossland       -..       -       296-
Mandy, Le Pas, Man.      ' -       372
McKay-Erickson, Mayo, Y. T.     3
Monarch, Field        - - 37
North Star, Kimberley - 251
Sally, Beaverdell - 45
Providence, Greenwood - 72
Skylark, Greenwood -     ,16
Silver Standard, Now Hazelton 41
Venas, - Carcross, -Y. Tf --��� -���% 20
Company Mines       -       -     9,S54
Over 150 tons of coal per day is
being shipped from the coal  mine
near  Coalmont.     At  present   the
coal is being  hauled  to the railway in  trucks,   but this   will be
done away  with  when the tram
line,   which   the company  is now
building,    has    been    completed.
Good progress is being made in the
construction of this  tram and in a
short time the coal will be hauled
by tbe aerial route and the  output
is expected to be largely increased.
In fact, it is expected that the output; will  necessitate a daily train
service to handle the coal alone,"as-
practically all of this coaMs to go_
to >he~ Great "Northern railway.
-   The   Consolidated   Mining   and
Smelting company  of Canada has
declared  itp usual  quarterly dividend of two and a half per cent.,
according  to a   Montreal report.
Payment will be made on October-
1. ; The sum   to   be  disbureed is
$261,930.      It   will   increase   the
total. of    dividend    payments   to
87,121,083.    The Consolidated Co.
haB steadily increased ita holdings,
extended its devejopments and expanded its operations at Trail, and
elsewhere in  the period  of  these
large... disbursements -    Its   latest
plan is the erection  of a large concentrating mill to dress  the ores of
theRossland and Kimberley mines.
The   famous old.'Payne,  mine,,
covering  the first  locations in the
Slocan district,   made  by  Eli Car-,
pen ter in 1S92; "is under lease and;
bond to ��* Seattle syndicate represented by Campbell,. Wells & Elm- -
endorf, the engineers.;    It, is said /���'.
the option  runs  four years, with
royalties.of lp per cent and no payment for two years, upon condition,
that $r>i000 is 'spent -yearly  mean-,
while.    Long lower crosscut tunnel  --;}
opens the property to; a total depth. -X-.
of 1500-feet, bat. Jittle. exploration
of the vpin,";.f6nhd'on  that level,
has,been attempted. ' Above No. 5
level, the  mine  has   been largely   '"
worked   out,   but below that level
there   ig   a   large area that may    .���
reasonably be expected  fo contain   .
ore..   Tbe  mine   showed   an'- .brer
shoot 1200 feet long in. the early
days, extending  down  to the fifth
level from surface.���Spokane. Min-    ..
ing Truth. ���
��*��IW|^||^i����Ufe�� \
THE     LEDGE,     GKEEXWOOD,     B.     C.
The Wisp
���  BY ���
Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,
Toronto, Ont.
He sighed and gazed about him
"Look," he said, pointing to the farther end of the calm lake. "See
them   shaddcrs,   down   there?"
Edna looked. All along thc shore,
from the limpid depths of the lake
was mirrored a wonderful picture of
trees and rocks.
"That's about as near the rcal
thing as you kin get it, 1 guess maybe," said the lad, "ain't it?"
"You arc right," shc answered, impressed by his earnestness.
He stood erect and gazed all about
him. Hc drew in thc smells of the
forest in a long breath. When hc
looked at her again there was a
strange tenderness in his eyes.
"But pictures ain't all this," hc
sighed. "I guess thc best painter in
thc world would havc to leave a lot
outen his picture."
He picked up the rifle which hc
had stood against a tree, and passed
down the path leading to Lookup.
Dorkin's Preserve lay between two
great lakes on the highest part of
the Ontario Highlands, a strip of
beautiful hardwoods nine miles long
by three wide. Why Nature, ever a
whimsical mother, had seen fit. to
strew these sloping uplands, which by
right of heritage belonged to thc
coniferous trees, with sturdy beech,
maple and hickory, will never bc
known. Perhaps in one of her freakish moods she did it, or, it may be
that the golden trails of sunset,
stretching from far-off Old Creation
Hills, begged her for this bluc-grcen
runway across thc deeper green of
thc tamaracks, that thcy might race
there with thc swift-footed shadows
of thc twilight.
It was a glorious beautiful strip of
forest ���shaggy-lopped beeches with
gnarled old bodies interlocked branches with straight-limbed maples;
sturdy oaks whispering sibilant messages up to tall hickories. Beneath
them, ovcr mosses and fern, rested
thc blue drab hush""of thc shagland
.day; subdued,' softened, scented;
pregnant wifli lifc, quivering with thc
motion of eternal evolution.
-" And jusl'as she scatters littic pockets, of gold here and there about the
crevices in which she hides .the mother lode, so Nature had scattered littic
miniature " groves "and -splashes of
hardwoods far, far .down through tlie-
hcighboring ;��� valleys arid uplands"
northward. " In these .mixed timbers
thc trappers had their grounds. Along the swift streams, on the shores
of the tiny lakes, in the-vast lnarsh-
lands.of the swales, thcy reaped,
spring aiid winter, ��� the harvest .of-
furs that meant to -them "existence."".
��� -But wild 'things-arc..w.sseVsagacious;
cunning.    No man has yet been able
-to define-.that 'marvellous'; instinct
which guides, thcm from .'tlic- danger-
zone- into places of. protection^
Throughout- the great-forest: ran a
whisper, that' safety lay-in' the "golden,
. uplands..- Far- down-along the ccdar-
; hedged Irtke , of Timo'chouch,'. in "a.
���" grotto deep beneath .an"outstanding
". crag,'-a mot her mink", nursing her five
blind kitten's,-received the mysterious
������ summons. Late'r, she'.hid her-kittens'
..in a burrow; beneath -the-roots, of: a
"great 'tree-standing'.-.-above a clear
.^stream in the^ Hardwoods. Preserve.-' ���-
X 'A ficrce-cy'cd   fisher,"-prowling,  on
��� the" shore of: his :waterway,"heard the,
-whisper, arid with-his"mate sought.thc
hardwoods. A. red .fox'.skulking; among tiic-ccdars deserted .her.deiv be-
i'neath' the fringed -creek" of'tlie lowland, and in a'burrow, of the Highlands- brought- lip- her family of six
puppies., ' .-.��� .    ,      .--      -.' '
.'. And'thus,' gradually," many of the
animals and-- gamebirds,    until'   now
. :fcarrh'aunted;and'. j'nari;hunted,   came
- jnto'.thc.;rctrcat"'which.. Dorkin had
rnadc'for-ithcm..,--: "  '
,'���- There,: the iim'skrats -of the' swales
'" foundynia.rshlands to lhcir liking.    A
- few . stealthy��� lyiws. finding the
grouse-lands growing less fruitful and
;.lcarnsng; that the birds had' moved to
." thc Uplands, followed.    The rod deer
browsed   among   thc  second   growth,
of beech and birch, unmolested.    Ev-
.'en  those- grey, gaunt prowlers,    ihe
. wolves, -came   suspiciously  into    thc
kingdom only to learn that thcy alone
of all the wild kindred, were  ostracized from the forest haven; so that,
disappointed   in   their  desire  to  tear
down  and destroy, they slunk.away
from the hardwoods in which lurked
���a deadly menace to their lives;.-;."-";
All about  the'border of. the  Preserve,    Dorkin ��� had    tacked .notices
which read; "This is a. private-;^Preserve.      Trespassers will-.be punished
according to law.",.".-y , X-.'.-'y^yXX.X
.The placing of 'these notices, 'as ;hc
.-.. rightly".conjcctured.;r.y'as- at -.onc.fi Vi'ij
scnted by the more daring of the
trappers. They were lorn down, only
to be replaced by fresh ones. These
went thc way of the others. Then
Dorkiu called his helper, La Peer, and
"Thesc notices of ours don't seem
to have hit the popular sentiment,
Pete. What do our neighbors object
to about them, do you suppose?"
The Frenchman scratched his head.
"Dey don' lak any of 'em mooch,
I guess," he grinned, "but I t'ink dey
lak dis part here least of all." tic
pointed to the words "according to
law,'-' staring up from onc of thc
torn notices.
"Oh," frowned Dorkin, "they don't
like thc law business, eh? We'll we
will fix that to suit them, Pete. I'm
glad you suggested it; it makes it
simpler for mc."
The notices Dorkin next nailed up
read: "This is a private preserve.
Trespassers will bc punished."
On the morning following thc placing of these, he came across a trapper by the name of Simmons, busily
engaged in tearing one of thc notices
from the tree. The man's action was
deliberate. Suceeding at length in
ripping it off the board, hc threw it
down on the sward ��� then picking up
his rifle hc looked about him as if
in search of further devastation.
Dorkin, who had stepped behind a-big
beech, waited until thc trapper was
opposite to him; .then reaching out,
he gripped him behind thc neck and
choked him until his rifle fell to tlie
ground. Simmons, who, although a
sizable man, was no match for thc
other's strength, stamped and cursed
in pain, but to no avail. Dorkin shook
him, slapped his face, and finally with
a kick, sent him sprawling a dozen
yards away, just outside thc Preserve
Thc trapper sat up, gazing blankly
about him, and then rose shakily to
his feet.- ���>
"You don't like my notices, I sec?"
said Dorkin cheerfully. "Well, you
leave them alone, hear me? . You
fellows all leave them alone. ^ Did
you read it?" hc asked, pointing to
thc onc thc man had lately pulled off:
Thc trespasser nodded sulkily.
"Well,, read it to me now."
"You go to hell" growled Simmons.
Dorkin took a step forward. "Read
it to mc now," >he repeated.
This timc the trapper hastened to
execute the order.
"Maybe you thought those last four
wor'ds were just' a little joke?" said
Dorkin when the other concluded.
"Well, you've learned better. Hereafter, you and all other arc to leave
thosc notices alone. I guess that's
all���so get!"
Hc pointed away, towards, the lowlands, but lhc trapper did not move.
"Give, mc my gun-," hc demanded.
."-You don't get it,": returned Dorkin.. "It's confiscated."'-' .' '���'
. "I want it," cried the trapper with
an- oath, "and I'm- goin' ter have it."
; "Oh; arc' you?" Dorkin pointed to
thc rifle on the 'moss. . "Theii. suppose you come inside and get' it?"
hc invited.      _'.' ' - '    -
"I'm not a-comin'-. in .'there " no
more," -growled.Simmons. "You hand
it.out to inc."   -.'; ',;"-     .- "'.'-".���
"Say, Simmons," said Dorkin gently. "I want-.to tell you something
and you can tell the rest bfyour gang-'
ifrypu Kk'c. ylt.'will maybe.save trouble-and.some "soic feelings;'-.. What
I've- just, done -to., you' I'll' do; to- any
man ' I'...find- -snooping- around :my
grounds^ This Prcseryc"'is mine; and
I -can ,'do'what^l-cliposc'. witli-' -it. ;'I
don't"molc'sl; ybu'fellows-and.-1 won't':
be molested by. any, of; yoii: Now.-that
.goes!" Arid seeVhcrc!" .-He- turncd,-
ahd"picking.'iip':.lhc "rifle, handed- i t - to
thc_-.humHia.ted. .trapper". l.'T'givc.you
back' .'your! ;guiy"this limp-; because; I
know you .didn't" molest my.property
of, your own free will.'-- I ..know spine-,
body: else is" behind; you;, and I��� think
you ought toteir mc" who it is." .- -..
,,.-.'.;���  (To-'h'e-Continued!:)'-.;   .. -'..",
Breathe Deeply
Then Listen For
That Bronchial Wheeze
Dangerous   to   Neglect    Troubles
In the Chest, Throat or
Nose at This'Season
Ontario Sheep for
Saskatchewan Farms
Rough,  wheezy   breathing
danger ahead.    Every day you defer
treatment makes it harder to cure.
Don't delay. Bronchial and lung
troubles arc all too frequent. Start
today with "Catarrhozone," breathe
in its pure balsamic vapor. Let its
healing fumes do for you what stomach medicine never can. Nothing so
certain as a Catrrhozonc' inhaler to
strengthen a weak throat, to rid you
of'Bronchitis, to drive out. catarrh,
coughs and colds. Usc Catarrhozone
to prevent, to cure your winter ills.
Physicians endorse it, hospitals use it.
Thousands swear by it. Two months'
treatment, large size $1.00; smaller
sizes 25 cents and 50 cents, all dealers
or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,.
Canada's War Pictures
Best in the World
Lewis Hind, Eminent Art Critic,
Praises Collection
"Therc is absolutely no doubt that
through thc good work of Lord Bea-
vcrbrook and Mr. P. Konody, Canada
has the greatest and thc best collection of war memorial pictures in the
world," said Mr. Lewis Hind, eminent
English art critic and the author of a
score of books, who was in Toronto
to view thc pictures at thc Canadian
national exhibition.
In this matter, Canada-has beaten
all thc nations. England and France
havc quite excellent collections, "but
thcy do not compare with those of
Canada. That of the United States
is comparatively poor. Not only docs
thc Canadian collection illustrate
evcry phase of thc war, but is a record of the activity of modern art as
well. Europeans will have to come
here to see the Canadian war memorials as a complete record��of modern
"The Canadian work as I saw it
at thc exhibition this ycar," said Mr.
Hind, "displays a sense of color that
is remarkable and a wonderful decorative quality. Canadian artists arc
painting Canada. Their work is
racia, as it should bc. Thcy are
going 'on thcir own.' If a certain
number of pictures now being painted
in Canada, were exhibited in London,
it would have a very great effect, indeed, because Canadian work is not
known there."
Mr. Hind was sub-editor of thc Art
Journal, editor of-the-Pall Mall.-Budget, and editorof the Academy.'  .',
i Livestock  Commissioner  Goes  East
To Secure Pure Bred
For thc purpose of purchasing a
number of choicely bred sheep, J. G.
Robertson, provincial livestock commissioner, has left for Eastern Can-
means j ada, where hc proposes to buy sheep
for distribution among thc farmers
of the province. Mr. Robertson will
also make an effort to pick up a few
choice dairy heifers. Thesc animals
will all bc tuberculin tested and carefully examined to prevent the importation of cattle diseases into the province.
While he is down East Mr. Robertson will go to Quebec and take ovcr
thc ten head of purebred registered
Shropshire sires that have just passed
quarantine.  ,i
"These Shropshire's have just been
imported into Canada from Great
Britain by the Sask. Sheep Breeders'
Association," said Mr. Robertson.
"They comc from\thc celebrated flock
of T. A. Buttar, Corston, Coupar-An-
gus, Scotland. Thc energy and activity of the sheep breeders in thus endeavoring to improve thc flocks of
Saskatchewan by thc importation of
ncw blood is certainly to bc commended, and will undoubtedly show good
results in  thc near future.
Russia As It Is
To Save Sugar
Pinch". of-'Silt' "in .jams., -Saves: One
-     .Quarter of the Sugar
Housewives can economize "on -sugar, used in.-making jellies anti "jams if
they, follow the advice of household
experts.    Experiments  made indicate
that in  making jams  or jcllifs on.c^
fifth, to one-quarter less sugar can be
The  sugar  saving   wrinkle    tested
by tin- experiment kitchen is .to add
one-quarter leaspooii' of salt, fo each
cup  of  fruit  juice  for jelly  or pulp
for jam, "marmalade -and conserve. In
the case of non-acid fruit this makes
thc   absence   of   Lhc   full amount   of
sugar less noticeable.   Thc salty taste
will disappear after the product has
stood for a few weeks, but the. flavor
will be much richer for the addition
j of the salt.   Salt was used in England
| during the war, and the method sug-
I gestcd was based  on   reports of the
I process.'   '       ....   "._���'-    -'------^
V With fruits of pronounced flavor
or,; where lemon and orange; peel or
spices ".are. used for flavoring .those
pices.are used for flavoring thosc
with-mild flavor,; yariousVsyrups-take
thci. place of.-.party of the granulated
sugar;'".,'-Usually! half, -and .half is - the
proportipn.-'.used-iii-.substitution;- -
Report of Prominent English Trade
.' .Unionist, Who Was
���The London Times has " aii ..inter-'
csting report' of a' lecture recently
given by H:-. Keeling, a prominent
.English-' Trade Unionist; who was
imprisoned-Vby the' Bolsheviki for
nearly- a^ycar. ���, Mr. Keeling was in
Russia .when; thc .'war broke "out; and
last''year', "went .back' to., make' furLhcr
investigations..,-: With 1-m'uch ���difficulty
he reached "Moscow and "found it like
,a'city of the, dead.'; The;-press'was
"completely- .;muzzled;" .Red journals
o.nly" being issued..   '������;'..     ���''���-.'������, ��� ....,
' He "was arrested and .charged-with
being a,dangerous ahd suspicious pcrr
son.an-English spy."" He ..was placed
in the���'��� Buttsky prison tp.- await- trial,
and-tlierc. visited by , Litviiioff,-'who
promised to-do what-lie"coukLlb secure his release,- but decided that his
case .must -go before- the People's
'Court.'- At--this." trial.-'the'."judge" ;w.as.
a'.- young ..'.���woman,- assisted Jjy-two
youths':,;!;Iie was not allowed to say
a," word- in his" own' defence, - as, .his
remarks "would ubVbc relevant." His
sentence, ".was -" imprisonme'ht ' "until
the. end of -hostilities with Iniperial--
" is tic". England atid 'tlie 'Russian; .Federated "Soviet 'Republic'."' The' p.ris'-'
oners had a comfortable time, for the
simple reason that ail the prison officials from the Governor downwards
hated the Bolshevisms. He, most emphatically denied any stateeuints that
thc present lot .of the Russian worker was to be compared with' that df
the Briton.,
How's  This?
We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cure by HALL'S CATARRH
internally and acts through the Blood on the
Mucous   Surfaces   of   the   System.
Sold by druggists for over forty years.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.
Price 75c.    Testimonials free.
Accredited Purebred Herds
Government Regulations for Tuberculosis-Free Accredited
According to the regulations for
thc establishment and maintenance
of tubcrculosis-frcc accredited herds
of cattle in Canada, a tubcrculosis-
frec accredited pure-bred herd is one
which has been tuberculin tested by
thc subcutaneous method, or .any of
thc other tests approved by the Veterinary-. Director-General, and applied by thc regularly employed veterinary inspectors of thc Health and
Animals Branch of the Fcdcral Department of Agriculture. Further, it
shall be a herd in which no animal
affected with tuberculosis has been
found upon two annual or three semiannual ''tests, as above described, and
by  physical  examination.
Wireless Round the Empire
Marconi Co. Starts Chain of Stations
. .at Toronto
Preparatory to building a'huge experimental'station for wireless communication between Canada arid England; .the Marconi Wireless company
of Canada, Limited,, has purchased 23
acres of land about nine miles from
Toronto.    ,_���-;--.- -  '���
' Although local officials of the.Marconi Wireless company-refused to
elucidate'on details,-it is understood
that this, is" the first of a chan of
wifeless stations with which .it is hoped-to dot Canada and-finally encircle
the British;Empirc.  - --���     ;_'..'
-"',;,',., A Boylike ��� Prince ., -'-.-'.'.
' Admiral - H.alscy, ,who'escorted the
Priiicc - of - Walc"s:. in Australia.- must
have .. had some.-' anxious .moments
.whenythe'. prince-.,went careering, off.
an'a,strange racehorse, for^instan.ce';'
and bored.-momc-nts-, -when -the ..prince
���witlu, .boyish ;-delight' danced" ' y and
"danced,- forgetting the-lateness.of the
hour... On-one "occasion in Melbourne
as the prince .showed no signs of retiring, the-.Admiral"" instructed "'the
band-, to play:.'"Gbd Save'the '"King,"
by way-of closing. .When it-was finished,1 the.prince saidy"No"w";that thcy
-have put father ..to bed, we'wiil."-s"tart
again!"-' ��� '_'    .   .      ���'���      X   - "" .--"';,"
"When .ybu. get your-: groceries I07
day," said the butcher' to liis wife;
"don't go to that 'little grocer- next
to niy shop."
"Why not?" she demanded.
"Because he sent in yesterday and
borrowed an old pair of my scales!"
Co-Operative Dairying
In Manitoba
A Province-Wide Co-Operative Enterprise Established
\ What is hoped will be an epoch in
the history of dairying in Manitoba
has recently been consumated when
a province-wide co-operative enterprise, known as the Manitoba Co-
Operative Dairies, Limited, was registered under the laws of thati province. '���'
In view of the success of co-operative dairying in other parts of Canada, particularly in the Western
provinces, the dairymen of Manitoba
.have become more and more convinced''that co-operation offers a
more profitable field than is to bc
found in individual and competitive
methods of dairying. A co-operative
dairy company was therefore formed
with Ji SI. Carriithers, for many years
general manager of the largest dairy
ing company in thc provinces as the
manager. Thc objects of the company, as set forth in thc charter, are
to purchase milk and cream from the
farmers,' to manufacture butter, ice
cream and other dairy products, and
to distribute fresh milk, cream and
dairy products for city consumption.
The company is also empowered to
deal in dairy supplies, feedstuff's and
other requirements of dairy farmers.
In order that this shall always remain a farmers' enterprise, it is provided that only bona-fidtf" farmers,
thcir immediate relations living on a
farm, and farm employees may become shareholders.
Speaking of this ncw co-operative
enterprise, and summarizing its advantages, the secretary of the Winnipeg district Milk Producers' Association, says: "Thc association is province-wide in its scope. It will engage
in all the ramifications of the dairy
business., It will, we believe, be of
immediate benefit to all of them. The
experience everywhere has been that
straight grain farming has had to
give way to mixed farming. The
spread of mixed farming means that
eventually practically every farmer
will keep cows and market milk or
its products to a greater or less extent. Manitoba has got to follow the
general trend in this direction. Our
object should bc to produce enough
butter to butter every' slice of bread
which the wheat we produce will
makc. The farmers have a splendid
opportunity in getting together behind a co-operative enterprise, the
prospects of which arc as wide as the
future  dairy  industry  of  Manitoba."
Strike More Gas
'Natural gas has been encountered
in the. well being sunk by-the Alberta
provincial "government in .the insane
asyluni grounds;'.at,Fonoka: Thc prcs.-
sure is 625 pourids and the gas will
be -used for' fuel and power purposes
at the asylum. The flow-'was struck
at 2,590 feet and the well, capped
while connections are .being made'.
Canada is second   to    the    United
Stales in motor, car production.   --
Aninials as Companions
Character Shown In  Man's Care of
Animals Raised on the Farm
Animals   cannot   express,  their  ap-
fjraDcIafS- Eyelids.;
Eyei infiaiaed-by .expoi-
;rare to Sn, 0sal and ��bi
qufckl? relie**d, by Hsri_t
j'tjt SeSKiy. No Smarting,.
_..,...      -.,jattilLj* -.Ccraafort.V-'At-
Toar Draggitfs er by ns__ i60c per Bettlt
"?��*-*�����* ��MU ty* free.'wits:-- -   -t-mi
.";'. Eicldi: pests, arc'nay?ykcpt.jn yeheck
by' rakirig. thc rubb.ish' jn a,,pile,- cove r-
,'in.g it: with "a^-sheet.of .'canvas.'under-.
prcc'iatibn in words for thc care thtir
owners bestow upon them, but Ihey
reciprocate,kindness. They can convince most animal husbandmen that
plenty, of feed, sufficient shelter and
gentk treatment arc profitable, as
well as humane. They can grow, reproduce and return income for thc
business judgment arid acquired skill
used to raise.them on thc farm.
.The choicest traits of human character are shown in man's care of animals .raised'on' the farm.' ��� Hc who
feelingly caresses the animal when it
is iii pain, and soothes the wound that
has been, draining its life-blood,: is
forth'.into-Vbattlelyto: win Ziazrici: .yThe
fa'r.n.ier-whdycau'call-' .the "cpws.f.t6 the
'"California Syrupr.of. Figs".-
Child's Best Laxative
FacefNeck,Arms. Terrible
Sight. Itched And Burned.
;.. Cuticura Heals.
" "Baby w.'�� two months old when
I noticed little pimples on her head;'
They kept getting worse and spread
till tier head, face.Ttteck _rid arm3
.were one mass of eruptions, burning,,
itching, and.bleeding. I was told it
was acuteeczema'.'- Ihadtosewupher
arms and legs in linen. . She was a
terrible'sight. < For one yeas I had
no rest night or day..'..- ,"-'..'
, "We got Ctiticura Soap arid Ointment.. . In less than two weeks she
began to mend and in a few months
she was. healed." (Signed) Mrs.
Doorman, 243.McDonnell St., Peter-
bbro.Ont.i April 19, 1919... .
- Stop the use of all doubtful soaps.:
Use Cuticura for all toiltt purposes.
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and SOc.'   Sold
: througbouttheDommian. CanadianDepot:
'; Lysnaas. Limitad, St. Pnul St, Montreal.
. St* "Cuticura Sotp ciuree* without mag.
Canadian Fire Losses
Fire Loss for 1920 May Exceed Any
So Far Recorded
If the average of losses of'the first
five months of the year is maintained,
fire losses in Canada during 1920 will
reach almost $28,000,000, according to
figures made public by thc Commission of Conservation. Should these
figures be reached the losses will exceed any thus far recorded, with the
exception of those incurred during
1918 through the destruction of a
number of munition plants. They already exceed those of 1919, an exceptionally favorable year, by over one
and a half million dollars, the total
for the vc months' period being well
upward of $11,000,000.
With disastrous fires in both- the
coast province and the far cast and in
the middle west durmy lu past few
weeks, it is almost a certainty that
the estimate of the Conservation
board will not be met but considerably exceeded.���Edmonton  Bulletin'.'
Farm Sells for High Price
A 480-acrc farm two miles east of
Carman, McDonald district, Manitoba, has recently been sold for $60;000
or $125 per acre. There are some
good buildings oh the farm. The
price is one of thc highest that has
been paid in that district and indicates the upward trend in the value
of farm lands in Western Canada.
Nearly  15,000,000  acres  in   Canada
arc devoted to wheat growing.
Canadian Cattle for Europe
Cattle   From   Dominion    Becoming
Known all Over the
About two thousand head of Canadian cattle arrived at Antwerp, Belgium, a few days ago. The city of
Paris, which is expected to complete
a contract for the purchase of cattle
in Canada, had two representatives
on hand to examine the quality of
the animals sent lo Belgium, their
condition on arrival and the requirements  for  receiving such  cargo.
The quality of Canadian cattle has
become known all over the world and
numerous orders have been placed by
the war-stricken countries of Europe,
to help replenish their depleted herds
of horses and cattle. The export
trade of livestock from Western Canada is now of considerable importance and is all thctimc increasing.
��� When Children Wage War
Saskatchewan school children havc
since spring destroyed more than
2,000 gophers and saved probably a
million bushels of grain. This is the
result of an energetic campaign instituted and carried out by the Saskatchewan provincial government
with the co-operation of thc "municipalities and individual school districts
in the province.
There are about 124,000,000 acres
of standing pine, in thc lumber sec-
lions of thc southern statcs.
Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross'*
For Colds, Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, and for
Kheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis, take Aspirin marked with the
name "Bayer" or you are,not taking
Aspirin at all.
Accept only "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin"   in   an   unbroken   "Bayer"
package which contains complete directions. Then yoti are getting real
Aspirin���the genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen years. Now made in Canada.
Handy tin boxes containing 12 tablets coBt but a few cents. Druggists
also sell larger "Bayer" package?
There is only one Aspirin���"Bayer"���Yon mnst say "Bayer"
Aspirin la the trado mark (registered In Cana'da) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-
acetlcacideBter of Sallcylicacld. While it ii well known that Aspirin, means Bayer
manufacture, to assist the public against imitations, the Tablets of Bayer Company
will be stamped with their eener&l trado mark, th* "Bayer Cross.','
Cord or
Chance never drew a neat picture nor built a fair house.
In the making of Partridge Tires
nothing is left to chance���detail
perfection is secured by "cfaft-
manship   scientifically   directed,
I.rigid inspection insures'
standing quality.
Partridge Tires  are .'all;
that good Tires ;can
. ���   ,.;.  .L......Li possibly ybe.
Their   Nome
Accept   "California"   Syhipi ot >Figs |
ing it:w���� ^.-shect. ot .capva?. rt^zryyiy'   "-,^r ; Xi.  ���������r y, -X ���* '.'.  only^lookyfdV-t'he r'anic" Califbrnia.on V
whicfi, U'irilrodhccd-^ <ju:" U:. .liXcX^^-^^nf-Xh^hoss-to their, hed^ ] .1|C. packag<v then '<vbu W sure' your ���,���.���
-e'tcam."   .' - ���- ���., -    -   -: -; -������; ,"_.y ;   -y-y Uji'd -coax; ihe/horses.;;to-'ae��^ the" best ,"ar.d ;":mos.t !"���?
:y.y A".''XrX; x'X: .'���'��� XXXZXXXxX:-yy_. )������""���'[ col5arfy.iias,- leadership^'" among..-, the   harmless,physic- for the liuk;stomach;-'-
��� !':iir��
ir?".- Jias-.-, ieaaersnip-.- among
fi3t,,yar:d:'--:tIirvn-}agnani;mous ;:crca-;-
yr,i '���.:h;V:"c-arth.���Farm" and ..Ranch".;
lively and.;. bo wclsl--o- Child rdvylove .'its-,';
fruity, .taste:"'.'.. Full -.'directions' "on each'
bottled "-You .-rn'i;ist;'saj;';''-'Galiforr.ji'.".y-
'XX: it
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gives a perfect shave
An unstropped blade
cannot give as good a
shave today as it did
yesterday and must
soon be discarded.       '
The exclusive sel��-strop-
ingfeatureof the AutoStrop
Razor . ensures from each
blade as perfect a shave
each day as the day before.
It is as easy to clean as to
strop���nothing to unscrew
,Jor take apart.
Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor
to you, guarantee satisfaction, or refund of purchase
price. '   .^ .
-slwpdns itself,
Only $5.00���complete with
strop���twelve blades in an attractive assortment of cases to
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7 .'   206
Womens New Status
Ratification by tlic   legislature    of
Tennessee of the amendment to the
constitution of the United States cx-
'tending cqujil suffrage to women was
noteworthy in that it made, the 36th
State tox approve ofythc amendment,
..and  consco.ucntly made  possible  the
promulgation of thc new .constitutional'change as binduig upon'the whole
nation.   As a result' between 15,000,-
000 and 20,000,000   women    will" be
-added  to the list of qualified voters
a  in   thc   presidential <> elections    next
November.    In . other-words,    there
will  bc in  the  neighborhood ,of 40,-
000,000 eligible voters in  the-United
States,  a number unequalled  in  any
other country.
What" effect this large enfranchisement of new voters will have on'Ihc
. fortunes of the Republican and .Dcr
mocratic parties it is difficult to say.
The probability is that in this first.
election the women will, as a general
B.     C.
the  rights   of women,..working  girls J
and  children   generally.
So, too, thc presence of women in
thc legislatures of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, and
Almost certainly in the next Dominion parliament, as well as upon municipal councils and school boards, is
bringing new angles to thc consideration of public matters of far-reaching importance. To an increasing
extent in thc future, business in thc.
government and the practical side of
ministration will be softened by attention bcing devoted to more sentimental and acsthctical considerations.
As a consequence ofi the participation of women in public affairs there
must come, as there has ,comc from
their general entry into business, a
greater self-reliance on thc part of
thc women themselves. Thcy will
need it, because, as they increasingly
engage in occupations formcrjjr regarded as the exclusive prerogative of
the men, it is inevitable that the old
deference paid by men to women will
become less in evidence. This tendency, regrettable as it is, is already
noticeable in-small matter, as, for instance, thc growing reluctance of men
to give up their'seats to women in
crowded cars or other places of assembly, or to giving them precedence
in a crowd. Women will miss thesc
little old-time courtesies, and it is a
pity' that they should pass, as already
there is too littic gentleness and
courtesy in this matter-of-fact, workaday world. But it is a pricc that,
apparently, must be paid in this new
age of absolute equality between men
and women. ���
It is to be hoped, however, that
mothers will still inculcate in their
sons,a high regard and-respect for,
and gentleness and courtesy towards,
women, and that all men will strive
to maintain such an attitude towards
women even, in thc stress, strife and
turmoil of business and pplitical life,
and that thc women will endeavor to
be worthy of such regard from thc
men, so that, with all the undoubted
���advantages of this new era thc world
may not lose all the old chivalry of
the' past.
Minard's Liniment For Dandruff.
��� Thousands Found Positions
Since the beinniug of thc ycar the
Alberta government employment bureaux have placed ovcr 20,000 men' and
women in positions. Last month, out
of 6,141 applications from men and
1,796 from women they were successful in placing 5,480' men and 1,635
women.; .'*'���������
Children who suffer from constipation, indigestion or any of. the other
ailments due to-a.clogged condition
of llie bowels will find prompt relief
through tlie usc of Baby's Own'Tablets.      Tlic-Tablets   are" a mild but
rule, vote   the  same  ticket-as   their   thorough laxative which  can  always
bc depended
��� "'men folks, but as tlic years go.by and
women develop an aptitude for public
affairs, and.a. distinct political consciousness, it is altogether likely "that
marked changes will bc -effected ; in
party policies and methods.     .    ���
The innovation .will bc for the good
of   thc .country. and the   world, .be-
'��� cause, naturally,   the " woes.' of    the
people   of  other  parts  of  the- world.
- .will "appeal   more,  strongly  -to    the
. women  than   thcy   appear    to    haye
done-to   the big-financial  and  coin-
.mcrcial interests of the United States"
dominated by men  judged,   by    the
��� treatment accorded, the .peace  treaty
- and  the League, of-Nations'.    There
-will probably be less selfishness and
more humanitarian, feelings iu American politics.of the future.
- The. enfranchisement of millions of
.-' women  will  also,-in-all��.probabilily,
- - have" the effect  of definitely; settling
':. the; much vexed question of -prohibition and assure thc .���ctcrition of pror
yhibi.tion. of:tiie liquor.-traffic, as a'.p.c'r-
manent.policyof thc United 'States'.';
"   .' In thc extension of full citizenship
..-  rights tq-'woiiicn,.' Canada - led -"the-
���'UnitedjStatcs, first.the/provinces and
. then.;thc JDominion'taking-;this advaii-
'--.'eed and cnlightcned'actibn.   '.In  this
��� country; too,4his undoubtedly lucau's.
...the deathkiicll'of-the liquor ' traffic.
"':- In -other .respects the , effect" of.'; the
���entry" of- women into .politics, is dis-
. - tinctly noticeable. Greater attention.
��� is being paid, by-govcrnmerits. to "the
-.problcms-.of health and "along .many
". lines" making' for human'-- betterment'
.,-in iiioral-aiid social conditions' and,
. in .particular, in   the;, direction/of ,-lc'-
- .gislation establishing and  protecting
t'poji to rcgiilatc the
bowels and: sweeten the " stomach.-
Thcy arc absolutely safe and are sold
under a guarantee to be'-'entircly free
from-.opiates or'oth'cr injurious drugs.
Concerning- them,'-Mrs. Thomas A.
Boutot, Lake, Bakcr,-"N.B.,-.writes: "1
am pieased-to state that Baby'.s Own
Tablets were of great-help' to .me
when niy. baby was- suffering' from
constipation." The Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers, or by mail at 25
cents.a box; from The .Dr. Williams
Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont. -    -
Mineral Wealth of Quebec
Second Crop a Record .
The ' second" crop -this s:ascn.- of
alta fa in Southern Alberta' is making
spehdid .progress and promises to-be
a record-crop.on top'of a record first
cutting.   ���'..-.        -.__._ ^ ,
..- Teachers' Big "Task    ;-;-':
���"'In the schools of \Vinhipcg thc"^
English language is .being taught.-to'
hundreds, of ' children who- .-among"
ihcni' speak -no ^ess-thari, thirty-foiir
diffcrcnt   languages.'' ���  ."     -���   ,--"',-"���'-'-:
.--Not-.There,;-'   X' y  ,-y
���   "Eniest,"-said thc-.icachcr, "tell ,'mc;
.what" you know about the Mongolian
rac^V' -Vv '/. V  IV V.'.f'' yX-
"l.'wasir't-ythefe.'y explained; Ernest -Solomon :shall  be .King. "6yer.= all. the
I. The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon   (vv.   1,2.)       .-���'
Hcf visit was the result of Solomon's widespread fame. That which
made him famous was:
1. Thc extent of his kingdom (4:
21-25). Hc ruled over all the kingdoms from tlie Euphrates river to
thc Mediterranean sea, except the
Phocnecians, but thcy were in allia-
ancc with'him. This was the nearest
to the realization of the Divine promise (Gen. 15:18), that Israel ever
enjoyed; but the fullness of the promised possession shall bc leaiizcd
when thc Greater.than Solomon is
- 2. His great wisdq;n (4: 29-34). It
excelled that of thc Chaldeans, Persians and Egyptians (vv. 30, 31)
None of his contemporaries approached unto him in knowledge. Hc
had a singularly comprehensive mind
Hc was (1) a moral philosopher ���
spake 3,000 proverbs (2) a poet ���
his songs were a thousand and five
(3) a botanist���he spake of trees from
the cedar tree that is in Lebanon even
unto thc hyssop that springeth out of
the wall (4) a zoologist���he spake ,bf
beasts and fowl, and of the creeping
things' and-of fishes. He was superior in intellect to any of his own or
any other age.
3. Thc temple (chs. 5 and 6). This
was an exact reproduction of the tab-
-crnacle, double in size, in marble and
in gold. Thc amount of labor, skill
and money expended on the building
was exceedingly great (I. Chron. 22.
14-14). Never Sefore had such a
cosily  structure   ever  appeared.
4. Royal palaces adjoining thc temple (ch. 7). Following the erection
of the temple hc began -the building
of his own house. He was nearly
twice as long in building this as in
building thc Lord's house.
5. His commerce (9: 26-28; cf. II.
Chron. 9:10 21). L His trading ships
went east as far as the Indian ocean,
perhaps even to India; and west as
far as Spain.
6., Army and navy (10: 26-29; cf.
9:27).: Such wealth and greatness
would at sometime provoke opposition, so he put his nation into a state
of preparedness.
All this greatness was associated
with thc namc of thc Lord. It was
known that,his fame was due to his
relation with the living God. No one
ever had a greater; missionary opportunity than he. Wealth and knowledge may bc powerful factors for thc
extension of thc cause of, Christ.
II. The'.Queen of Sheba Astonished
,  (vV. 3-9): y .'��� '- ���,      ' ''.
After the interview in which Solomon answered all her questions, .she
was-''overwhelmed with liis great-wisdom. She had plied him with hard
questions to see if he could measure
up to.liis reputation, and found that
the half"had not beeu told her..
TIL.The Queen df.Sheba Gives Gifts
'to Solom'oii (wi 10-13).-
'- As was the custom, she . brought
gifts to-Solomon", the king,.- the ;gold
of which was-in value between three
aiid four millions'of dollars;-   '���....
- This "was" a large gift .for that time,-
But Solomon" more than recompensed
her: He gave her all she desired and
iu addition,,   of- his- royal"  bounty.
��� While her..gift to him was great,-his
to-her was-greater; even in,"keeping
with his possessions. ��� God gives- unto'-them who- giyc^ their\hearts.' unto i
hiin ."exceeding'- abundantly., above- all.!
"they ask or think (Eph. Xi: 20).' " .- .-'
IV. ..All  the  Earth' Sought' Solomon
'i' X- (vW'23-26);   Xy iX    y   '      " V V
*. His fame-spread, to.'all., thcycartli-
so" that the- people-canic-to.'.hcar'-hi.s
wisdom.,wincli'_,God'vgaye���lo- him. They
came with their gifts-of .silver,'gold,'
garment's, spices,'..horses" and" mules,
sd that silver'came-to' be ascomnion
in.'.'Jerusalem- a'S"Sl"6'uc.- There,-is -a"
time' coming ;'\vheii..- the- greater, than-
Discoveries in North Country Are
Becoming Richer
H. L. F. Blake, representing several
English syndicates, who has been exploring Chibougamou and Northern
Quebec with a party arrived recently
in Montreal on his way down the
North Shore to make further explorations in Ungava. Mr. Blake reports
that the mineral discoveries in the
north -are becoming richer and richer
on each occasion he visits the interior
of the country, and predicts that the
day is not far distant when the large
steel interests will look to Northern
Quebec for their raw material. The
enormous water powers will supplant
coal in the production of iron and
steel and will nlake Quebec one of
the richest parts of thc Dominion, if
not of all America, from the mineral
point of view.
Minard's- Liniment For  Sale' Everywhere.
More Valuable Crop Than in 1915
C. E. N.eill, general manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce, says
that thc value of this year's crop on
the prairies will bc greater than it
was in 1915, atlhough thc yield will
bc somewhat short of tliat banner
. Worms arc encouraged by morbid
conditions of the stomach and bowels,
and so subsist. Miller's Worm Powder's will alter these conditions almost immediately and will sweep the
worms away. No destructive parasite
can live in contact with this medicine,
which is not only a worm destroyer,
but a health-giving ainedicinc most
beneficial to the young constitution,
and as such it has no superior.
Will Purchase Land
In Alberta
British Farmers Will Also Buy Winter Residence In Vancouver
A group of nine English agriculturists whose ancestors have farmed
for generations* near .Manchester,
leave Vancouver aftcr a few -"days'
visit, to inspect Alberta farming
lands, with a view to purchasing a
section each for the sixteen families
they are^ representing. They did not
come to Briiish Columbia expecting
to purchase land, but have been so
delighted with their trip that it. Is
their intention to buy a residence in
Vancouver, where members of fhc
party will#visit during the winter
months. /
X On the advice of their bankers, the
visitors brought $2,800 "each with
thcm,"' leaving thc remainder; of thcir
money oh deposit in England, in thc
hope that thc - exchange situation
would improve before-' thcy paid tor
thcir farms in the-new world.'.
With the Increased cost of labor and
materials due to war conditions, it is
not reasonable to suppose that a really
first class baking powder can Be made
and sold at the old prices* Rather than
sacrifice the quality of
0 .  .
we found it necessary to make slight increases
in price during the war period. Even though
Magic Baking Powder may cost a few cents
more than the ordinary kinds it is still by far
the most economical baking powder on the
market to-day when purity, strength and leaven-
Ing qualities are taken into consideration..
Contains No Alum
Made in Canada
Faith Cures
Sensitiveness of the Mind A Determining Factor in Respect
To Health -
There is nothing ncw in the cures
reported through the medium of the
"bleeding sacred statues" at Temple-
more, Ireland. St. Anne Dc -Beau-^
pres, Quebec, is a shrine at which
thousands are said to be cured evcry
year. These are faith cures, and for
certain ailments, such cures are neither strange nor unusual. Reversely,
a perfectly well man may I ��� madc to
feel ill by being told that he look*
ill and must be ill. The sensitiveness
of the mind is often a determining
factor in respect to sickm ;s and
health. But the only sure way of
curing'disease is to consult a competent doctor and to follow his adv'ce
and the word "doctor" docs not necessarily mean thc medical profession
only.���Calgary Herald.
More Ships for Canada
Because of thc great increase in
shipping Canada is' building 63 additional ships this ycar. These ships
will sail all seven seas, so the Minister of Marine and Fisheries for Canada recently stated in public.    .
A Monster Zeppejin
According to experts, the newest
Zeppelin type to be constructed will
bc capable of carrying a load of sixty
tons, and, with 500 passengers, cover
a distance equal to three times across
thc Atlantic( wjthout having occasion
to rc-fuel.
No,, the average man doesn't understand classic music ��� and he is
proud of it.
Oil Fields In Flathead Country
Tremendously rich oil fields in tha
Flathead country in the Kootenay
near thc International boundary line
is predicted by John Watt/pioneer
prospector of the interior, who is in
Victoria to confer with Premier
Samples of oil that he has discovered in thc Flathead, Mr. Watt has
brought down with him. From indications, he declared that the oil
field there will turn out to be one of
the richest in the world.
."My father objects to you because
he says that ybu arc unable to meet
your creditors.   Is this true, Algy?"
"No, Angy, 'pon my honor!   I meet
them wherever I go."
Mrs. .Watts.���"Arc you anxious" to
earn' a good.dinner', my poor man?'.'
-Tramp.���"Not-half as "anxious as I
ani for the dinner."
50,000 Men Wanted
Before next month this number arc
wanted to step up and have their
corns lemoved with Putnam's Corn
Extractor ��� it's painless���safe ���sure
Usc only "Putnam's," it's thc best,
25c. at all dealers.'
Salmon Plentiful
- The "pack of -sockeve salmon this
year on:lhe-Fraser.River will be. the
largest since 191(5. Thc run of salmon bf all. kinds in northern British
Columbia is" also exceptionally good
this year. ,,-..-      -   - . "-    .'
Minard's  Liniment  Co.',  Limited,   .
."Dear Sirs,���I had a -Bleeding Ttim^
or on. my, face  for a long-time, and
tried a number: of remedies  without:
anv good  results.- I-was advised to.!'
try. MINARD'S' "LINIMENT,... and]
af tar using several bottles' it  healed
all up'and-disappeared altogether..,"
Bellcislc -Station,  Kings   Co.,- N. ; B.-'
Sept. 17,-; 1904. -,: -y.   .-���.   ',
Every cow-in"..Belgium must wear
car-rings. .Breeders of cattle arc obliged by law,to keep an exact account
of the'-animals-raised by .them, and
the.ring; on which is engraved ."a number, is fastened to the.animal's car to
prevent'substitution of one animal for
another.-". - ���.".'���-..'
- New York State has,supplied more
than one-third of all thc vicc-prcsid:
ents of the United Statcs.
Canadian Wool in Demand
hastily; yI..went.to" the "football, ganie,"
.' yi'lie young man- who praise's..the
poetry of -Iiis.youiig.huly acquaintance
is.beyond-.his vears; " "' .'.-.",
- There arc ten times as inany" Jews',
in'the. United. States- as -.thcrc::~nr"o'm'
Great'Britain.'"'."."   -���'._    _���"  . '���'.- . .-.
'   In. proportion  to. its  size,  the  bee
is '30.times iis strong "as a liofse. . -"-,-
Its own sii^ar is deyeloped in ilie-
baking. It solves your sugar prol?;
lem amon^ re^dy-id-eat cereals.
e;.\rlh,.'and .inch- all-the, people tlicrc
of "shall come to him :with iirpi'r-.gifts',
and.', lie [shall.,give - iintp ���"thc.vi .of- his !
royal 'bounty..;...   Happy,, indeed,, willj
all .those-.be .wiio recognize- liim, and
gi,V!-ytheir;allegianc.c.'t6'-hiiii! "
British Empire Exhibition
Will Probably be Held in London
.   Some. Time, in.1923    -V'
-Capt.    Evan.  J.-.-Hdwards,'   senior
"trade commissioner for Great- Britain
Almost -Two Million Pounds Sold By
.,-���;"        Co-Operative-Buyers. '.;""
y;Ov."eV one/and three-quarter, million '
po.iinds of Canadian."wooI:.of the". 1920"!
clip has"..already,.;been' disposed .oi-by j
.ilie."."Canadian.".,.Co-operative.' - Wool-
Growers,- Ltd; .All of this wool' has-
been sold on' a:graded', basis '.at-prices ,
ranging from'24' 16" 60.cents "a -pound, ���
.depending-.' 'upo!it'.-.-gi'adc,-y'character,')
.'soundness Xnu'd cleanliness.,'-    '.-'-V'V
'.' The  sales���; have ��� been  about, evenly
.divided .between.-eastern'- and ..wcstcrir
wool,, and-;approximately, one-half of
tlie quantity sold' haslgOiie, .to  Canadian h.iiHs,'according; to W. II.' J. Tis-
dale,. formerly-a professor at theyUni-
vcrsity of Sas'kateliewa.h'aiid how-;as-
sqciated- with t he .Cooperative..-Woolr.
Growers..-.-;    .'-..    ������';.���     ,    ---   ���. "
... "Until recently," said .Mr.  TisdaTe, J'
"Canadian  mills', havc    becft.inucii
prejudiced '-against   "Canadiau-'gi'owh
wool, .claiming that  it was; simply a
conglomeration, of' reject.ys tuff put-up
in' haphazard fashion, with'no attention" given  it  while: it-.was-- on ' the
1 in "Canada, and .Newfoundland, stated . sheep's bark, or at shearing- time,
.that.he.had ample.-.information in, re- i Conditions today arc.vastly different,
gard to the proposed British Empire j and- the C.-yijidiaii miU'man.is realiz-
cxhibitibn, which will    probably    be | ing  that  for certain    purposes    jusf
held iu London, England, some time
in- 1923. Captain Edwards has been
asked to interest possible exhibitors
from Canada and Newfoundland- in
thc scheme; and" expressed thc hope
that "Canadian firms would take up
the matter, more especially as thc exhibition ha_ been initiated by' a'Canadian, the late Lord Strathcona. , -
I ,&A y fi s iKTmaftiilias;;^! en ty figfffti in s>iii':
as" good wool is bcing raised in this
"country as elsewhere. This realization is evidenced by jthe increased
demand each, season for Canadian
wool, arid thc fact that men who have
once purchased the graded product,
comc back to it another season."
Away With Depression and Melan-
choly.~���Thcsc = two evils are  the ac-'
���iompiin iiftisyitZoiy^ d iso.rd e red Sio macl i
siSssylogal tywfti^Sji^pBiisjt^;:; yiJrlijXr
, Sure s.t;;;and^
ii.uI^ssSin5fflow?;?;?,!''4 Xifi^XXyi^^Z^i^pAfy
' Horses .can
only do, so much
loads as' easy as
you'canl '-���.��� .""
.Mica Axle Grease V
"--- '-Helps/the horse., by- pre- ' -
venting  -friction'- between
the wheel /and 'the   hub..,
���; " - .        . It coats the hub
. Vith a- smooth
hard -.surface���   ���
y lubricates jhor-"."
. oughly. ���  Takes"-'
-the   strain .off ���;
-.���harness-, and"'"
'..  ;. horse." - _���_-
Eureka Harness Oil y".
Penetrates-into tlie.har-' -
ness���.makes .it -waterproof
���-���repels   insect s-r-keepa
straps "and tugs
strong and  pli--!
able.    Prevents
cracking      and
- breaking." of,
stitches.    It ia
a pure mineral
oil,   free . from
adds and cannot    become
Yancid. . ._,,._..,,..:.
:i'y^S&^^W^^Px ,
X'X y ^Jm^raiyMitaijAale?; Crease'xsujiS-:-;
^flsnperialiE'tii eta"' Hani^-..Oil-.-.aTe:,weH-'!-'
:-,\'Md:fav*rtV.y^toO'vHieSx^rwItt^';'-W6, ���:
yy&ttisr -products iC3tt.i��-o6tauied -at-any-.,,.
yvint^yyiy'yryyy"y-y :':���-���������*������-. .-������
Make your
light food
, Put. a spoonful of Bovril into
your'soups; stews and pies. It
will give tkem a delicious new
sayouriness, and you will be
able to get all tke nourisKment
you require without making a
beavy. meal.
ra -M
'y^OU ��� have - modern   machinery,   modern
��� V   equipment, - a  real    up-to-date .  modern,
���  :-&���: farm���BUT���hovv about-your -buildings?
y - '\re they'as,modern as your "equipment?
Do yoii -house ..that, expensive- inachincry���^-or-
.,leave; it to the mercy of ."rains,-, sun,-wind and
^rust?-     -���-���"'-y    :'. '..,.  .���'... ..- ���'���'��� ��� ���'-/.: '-' y
-'How:- about" your.'." stock?   :Do -you-, lake ,-a ,
- chance-- ,and.r.hdusc- them -.iii'; unsanitary,  dark,;
damp barns" that decrease- their,-eflieiency--and
'production?-   ' ...   "'.-'-'-'-'���.���'..-,-".-;:..".,
������.  ..How  about.yoiir. good.;wife  and  yourself?
yAreyou^jiiiy less'important than'.any'o'r all "of
'these?'-    ���    -.--:.    -.--  ' '.;     .���'���.',  ,      .'  .'.
ZFine Buildings Make Fine Farms
:   The  time   was   never, more - opportune  to   realize   tlie
-lonft-needed   improvements ��� new    buildinps,    addition?,
repairs���A  NEW.'HOME.'.Now.di, lhe,threshold of a
-big crop with wheat-at a h:��li price, with-ihe money, on '
'the participation-certificajes ��6mirig-in���surely the tiii-.e
was never-better, set wherithe hard-earned bard-fought--
for' comforts   of   a .real   home  can'be   realized., ' Vour
farm, should'have-buitdings.worthy of its'owner'and it��
production.     Stake  thosC.-dreams  of  your .Rood  wife  a
reality, put-more comfort-and a home-like'atmosphere ta
;:,the- farm, by  building .now. ..- v     -. .*      -
y���- -"'" i     Consult Your Lumber Dealer,.     :.
;.Ht. is.-an authority becaui*��  he has at his  com----
"maiid'the  best 'information���the- best -plans--rths
best service that  can be  secured.  .lie mllsive'   .
,-you. all  this   co-operation';without  charge���will ���:
deliver the lumber., to1 you" jtist, when wanted and.
ensure, that you get-just enough���<vitho-jt wastage, v Ask him-for" the ' 1.00-page, book   ���'.Bettct'
--.-yjgBuildings." , '..,-
iBIiJl Better Buildings���Build  Now
Xyi:XX--Jh!' JlttnoaTKtmcxt h inserted hp ihe Lanjar.
XyyyX:    ;.. y Marafeciarm of Wt&an Canada  '���     .      .
;r.^.'.^T-'^s--.-t>'-~--^-:.- ���, - ���- ���- j^jraaisi^ji*T>--^~ffit��F*-f;
aaaajjjia-aissaagsaB-sag^ WMggfunmM
is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or ��3
when not paid for three mouths or more
have passed. To Great Britain and the
United Stales ��3., always in advance,
DeliiUjuent Co-Owner Notices ��25.00
Coal and Oil  Notices     7.00
Hstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears ir notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
A!1, other legal-advertising,   12 cents a
-line first insertion, and  S cents a line for
each   subsequent,    insertion,    noupariel
Tivmscient display advertising 50 cents
nn ii'rh each insertion.
r.;i:.!iK-s:; loral's i2!lc. a line each insertion.
The lihu: cross means that
your subscription is due, and
ty.ltiiceditor would be pleased
to have more money.
Government Control
In tho (.vent of tlio coining referendum on the liquor question, it
bas often being asked "What is
Government Control." TI113 important! .subject- has never been discussed in the House, but a Victoria authority gives the following
version as to what it means:
"ISTo person would'be allowed to
import liquor into the province,
except tlie government, and that
till liquor would be sold in government stores in each riding. Liquor
would be sold in sealed packages,
without a prescription ranging
from eight ounces to one quart.
Each person desiring to purchase
liquorTrom the gov't stores must
first secure a license from tbe gov-
eminent at a nominal cost.
���Amount- of liquor any person
would be permitted to purchase in
';my one week would be limited,
. "violation .of . the'.. :!aw .. would be"
���puni'rliablV-by forfeiture of license,
or by fines,' aud -if necessary .by
imprisontnenfc,      .-.-'���'.        - .
No  one  under "21." years of age
- will be' given a license.        - "*'-. -.'
"No"open bottles -will be  allowed
in any..gpvern"ment store."
yPersons selling .'liquor, would be
' appointed by thy- government and
-\vould.be.. on' salary,   the ��� government paying all the -expenses yeon-
' ncc.teu-with'th'e."stores.""!',.;'--
; Rock Creek Unionistsx
Miss Eileen Oliver to Marry
'"Mrs. George Trevorrow entertained a number of friends last
Saturday evening at her home on
Bay avenue, the occasion being a
very pretty shower in honor of
Miss Eileen Oliver, whose marriage
to Malcolm Thompson of the Con-
soli kated staff is to take place in
the near future. A large number
of attractive gifts, most of them
selected with an eye to their future
usefulness were presented to the
popular bride-elect, the presentation speech being made by Ray
Jones, and a suitable response
made by Mr. Thompson. Light
refreshments were then served and
tho balance of the evening spent in
games aud dancing, the gathering
breaking up at a late hour."���Trail
To Be or Not to Be
It Isn't Your Town; It's You
If you want to live in the kind of a town
Like the kiud of a town you like.
Vou needn't slip your clothes iu a grip
And start on a long, long hike,
You'll only find what you left behind,
For there's nothing that's realiy new;
It's a knock at yourself when you leave
your town���
It isn't your town���it's you.
Real towns are not made by men afraid
Lest someone get ahead;
When every one works and nobody shirks
Yon can raise a town from the dead.
And if when you make your personal
Your neighbor can make one, too,
Your town will be what you want to see	
It isn't your town���it's you.
���C. P. McQueen, Calgary
Synopsis of
L'd rather be a Could Be
11" I could nol be an Are;
For a Could Bc is a Maybe
With a chance of touching par.
I'd rather he a Has Been
Than a Mighl Have Been by far;
For a Might Have Been   has  never been.
But a Mas was once au Are.
���Stanford Chaparral.
"Can you tell me, Johnny,',
isked the fair young teacher,
"where shingles  were first used?"
"Yes'm," "but I'd rather not'
ma'am."���L. Bf. Journal.
Revision of
Provincial Voters' List
NOTICE is hereby jriveii that 011 Monday,
the 13Ui ilay qf^Septeniber, V)20, at ten o'clock
in (lie forenoon al the Court House, Greenwood,
B.C , :i KitUiiiff of the CourL of Revision will be
held for lhe purpose, of revising tlie list of
voters for the above-uantetl 'Electoral District,
pursuant to thc provision of the "Provincial
Elections Act.
Ami toiieeis further pi veil that any person
cla'nuinir to be entitled to be registered as a
,toierin theabove-nanied-Klectoral District may
apply iu person to have his name entered on'the
!Ni' of voters for tlio.siiid Electoral District at.
iliu ^aid niltin^ of the Court of Revision, not-'
\Vitlistaiu!iii<f the fact that his -name lias been
omitted from llic lint of applicants for registration-or thai he Iia.-. omitted to apply for "rcffis-
tratitm at the lime or iu the manner otherwise
provided by the ''Provincial Elections Act." " .
. The list of. applicants for rcfrist ration is
now jiosted ami may be inspected at the office of
th.e.utfdersifrucd Resistrarof Voters. - -' '-
���'. "   X ���' X'        '   '  w- K' DEWDSEY, '
'; -'.       ' -:~        .    Registrar of Voters
.   , Greenwood.KloclQrar.Districi. -9ih- August
1920.' -      ' '. '���-'������-.'.'-
A meeting washeid at' Larsen's
.FJaHy.on':-Augr.sty;.2T, 'to   form''a
Unionist association, and. to1 select.
;;. deJpgii-te.'trg.attend the.convention.
.���that '.is th; rlie;h el d __ i n_L Pen ti cton_on'r
; Sept"'. 10, -When a ��� metnber   will  be'
.nominated-to eori.te"st We ~by-ek;c-
tiqn in the" Yale - riding caused-by
.the!."' retirement   'of ,'Hon.v Martin
..Burrell.;' -��� Ofiice'rs. .'elected;were:
Horn .^President". ..Premier Arthur
Meiglien;  Presidenty.Major :F-'E.".
"TJiorioov;"-' .Vjco-Preside.ut,'. ���;. Gapl-.'-
Ivehnetji DaVies;' -.Secretary-Ti'eas-
���uror, -Douglas'1 Hamilton';-. -J.   W.
Jones. ' M.-Ij. A-.- for  Kelowna,. ad-
.-.dr'fss{;il;'tli(i meeting -ony.important
. Hisbjeets-of tho flay.-;"    . -
���'-���' NOTICE is hereby jriveii tiiat the deferred
Annual Mcetiiijf of the above named Company
will be held at the registered oflice of the.Com-
p.'Liiv. in tlie Citv of Oreenwood.-B C, on Thurs-
(lay'theSOth day of September, W2t), af 10:30 in
the forenoon, for the fbllo\v,iu^ purposes, namely :���To receive ,'ind consider the annual statement of accounts"and balance, sheet."and thc reports of the Directors aud Auditor thereo'11; to
rlcct -Directors .-and other "oflicers: to transact
life "ordinary business of the; Company: and to
ratify an atrieeiuent. dated the-lst November,
l'l'is.' .for-the sale'of Lots 2092."2093, 2005,2:0%,
'20l'5.-26Ifi. 2017. "201K. 201').' 2620, 1204S,-.aud 120SS
.iii-tlie- Similliamet'ii Division! of .'Yale District
'cisul bt'iuu-.tli'e' mineral Claims commonly re-'
tVired to aK'the-Sally'lCroiip'") ��� to the Wallace
Mountain MinesL.inTited: and to authorize tlie
''proper 'officer*., of., the Company" to execute a
"Tian-frf-ofsaid Lots u, said Wallace Mountain
-3M-i!i'->ri/t;nilVd;*and lei place such Conveyance'
iii the lianlt of Montreal, at Peutictois," B.*C.,-ill
'e>cf'in-v, to be delivered'to'said Wallace Mountain Mines..fjiniited.iipou"such Company carrying out-the teriiis'and- conditions', iu. said A'j/ree-
"muni "of November lst.;,l'JlS. and paying all
iiioiieys-clue oii.ihe-imrcliase'of saidXots.   , ''. *
-   (Ireeuwood-.JJ.C.-. Auirust2dili.l920.    .
'���      ' --       -���.-      ���    T.v Order'  -. -   - -   ...".' y   '
-.,.:'.      '-..--..".  . M.;-J. 3ff. WOOD, ; ;'
���"���'---.'.":     -'     .'���   -   'X.'-' ----Secretary.'"
Old newspapers for sale at
The Ledge office. Get some before they are all gone.
4"4* 4�� 4rfr+���& -fr 4�� ���$�� ���!�� * ��?���
% Float I
C LOAT is not a periodic-
* al. It is a book containing 86 illustrations all
told, and is' filled with
sketches and stories of
western life. It tells how
a gambler cashed in after
the flush days of Sandon ;
how ife rained in New Denver long after Noah was
dead; how a parson took a
drink at Bear Lake in
early days; how justice
was dealt in Kaslo in 93;
how fehe saloon man out-
prayed the women in Kalamazoo, and graphically de>
picts the roamings of a
western editor among the
tender-feet in fehe cent belt.
It contains the early history
of Nelson and a romance
of the Silver King mine.
In it are printed three
western poems, and dozens
of articles too numerous
to mention. Send for one
before it is too late. The
price is 50 cents, postpaid to any part of the
world. Address all letters to
The Ledge  *
4>      GKEENWOQD, B. 0,   Xfr
���i   ,    ���     ��� --      '        ���':-   '��fc
Min!mun.��,)rice of first-class land
reduced to ��5 an acre; second-class to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
i ���R^cor(3s w'iH t>e granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
md which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with joint residence, but each making
necessary Improvements on respective
claims. $
Pre-emptora must occupy claims for
live years and make improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 6 acres,
,V?Le rece'viriB Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than S years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided appll-
����, niakes improvements to*extent of
jsoo per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as for-
jelture.    Title cannot  be obtained  in
I^SB.,nhS? 5 >'ears. and improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including 6 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
or at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, lf he
?��2���res,.1��nd.ln conjunction with liis
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and .residence maintained on Crown
granted land. A
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 40
f.CfifS.' ^ay^��, le,ased as homesltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and industrial purposes
areas exceeding 640 acres may be
leased by ono person or company.
h^i i1 ,fact��ry or Industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage.
hv ��lVInLhay Jnead��,��rs inaccessible
?nLmlln,g roada m&y be Purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebato of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, ls made. y -.        v
^ ACT.
The scope of this Act ls enlarged to
^1U^ft>,alLPer>sTon<s JolnlnK and serv-
h�� wl,th His Majesty's Forces.    The
��fm2 ^lthln wJlloh the heirs or devls'ees
1 af��lceas!d Pre-emptor may apply
1""�� under this Act is extended
from for one year from the death of
such person, as formerly, until one
^ar a"ef the conoluslon oV the present
tractive     prMleBe ls ^^ ��ade re-
^���^�����fee^ rel5Jln? t0 Pre-emptions are
due or payable V soldiers on preemptions recorded after. June 26, 1918
Taxes are remitted for five vears
Provision for return of moneys accrued due and been paid s���2elSgust
Jr tfli4^��^ac<?2unt.of P^ments, feei
r^e-.onsoldlers  Pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchase
AirM,��lty lots held by member* of
^inie.d ^r?es,'. or dependents, acquired
direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. l92o!V   ~_*
Provision made for ''issuance of
Crown pants to -sub-purchasers of
Crown Lands acquiring rights from
purchasers who failed to complete
purchase Involving forfeiture, on full
Aliment of conditions of purchase, Interest and taxes. Whera sub-purciias-
ers do not claim whole of original Sir-
��!' 5ur��oh^! Srlce due ana taxes Ky
be distributed proportionately over
whole area. Applications must bi
made by May 1, ifl2ft.
f. GRAZING.    ^ ��� -        "C
Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic
development of livestock industryProvides for grazing districts and range
administration under Commissioner
Annual grazing, permits issuod based
on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. - -. Stock-owners may
������ form Associations for rango man-age-
,meut.: Free.-or partially free, permits
for Beulcrs, campers'or travellers, up
to ton head.. .-   '    *.
Shamrock Brands
HAM,   BACON .atid  LARD \
Carnation Compound       .'.'Butter-: and Cheese
J"���&:��� Burns' & Go,,; IMX Nelsoti,^ B. C |
OO C<>O<>C><K>0<>O<>OCK>0O<>&i(>0OOOO
o   X
'" Thc'Daiico^ielJ/inLaTPcn's ITiill "j
on-Friday ovening \yan onc  of, tluj ;
"bett q! fcho season.    .-V JarEji? ?Jrowt) .' ."    '' ���   '        -.- .
. attemling -from -all .over tho-.district'! Auto     and   horse   -StdgCS
'who-iippt thiDg3- meny until aii l^eflve    Greenwood    Twice
'.early'hour.    TH*  dance was uoil   Daii^ ^ ^^ ^kane and
���in honor-of Mp.   and Mrs. Jioe'1-.B,
Oroville Trains
Autos For Mire.   The finest
' Kelsey and .family, wuo arc leaving
. fchortiy  for  Detroit, Mich.,, where j
they will reside permanent.       . j Turnouts In the Boundary
|   Light and Heavy Draying
Carmi Notes
.. i
H. H-. Savvyer has n:turned,fr6ni;| PafeCe    , 1^      AM     StEgG
zhuemesa trip ito Seattle.;: Xy^XyjXXyy QREENWOOOD. B..C
' ViX   U. - DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.:
Years ago,  a nian,; -whose ".idea -'may ' have been-, somewhat iix, ".'���"
advauce of the time, - Wh'eu addressiiiga.gathering of school child-;   .
.renf.-said, .'Never, "say - (Hello1- when greeting a; persoi; : .'Hello* \
.means .nothing, it is a silly-greeting.-   Be,: considerate enough to '. ,
.askafter.hish^he.aUhj.say.'How'dpyoiCdo?';' :'iXi ��� . ������'������"X Z:'���'' ---Xi
..���  Of -couise,-- in answering" the- telephone-you; would'-not -'"say','-'���  '
. "How dp yoii. do?" or even   "Are-, you "��� there?"' - Bufsuch greetings ���'.'���
are no more outof place .than.-'IIeiio;''    Proper telephone practice '���'���
is to. announce who is speaking.   -, '."���''
X*fc4 fr* 4? frfr $ frfrfrty xfr*^fri^fr*^^*^fr*^ 4, #
nelson, B,�����
4��  The only up/to^date Hotel in the interior.   First-class s if
in every respect,
'"yy.Among the visitors,i-ro'm".Ore'en-"j, ���:
* Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in &
each room. *
��� '������-��� - ��� - - ' ' 4��
Physician and Surgeon
That he  has located at' Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. Maclean's House
Office Phone 90.       Residence Phone 69
All Work'Guaranteed .
P. 0. BOX 148, TELEPHONE 92
Morrison Block, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
(Expert Optician)
K. W. C Block        -      -      Nelson
Culatneen Eiotel
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and lasty mealu.
Nicely lurnislied rooms, by the
day, week or month
F. Nilson
o  x ��� -i
616 Vernon St.. Nelson
Brick building aud finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -   Proprietor
Agents .for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers. Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors Garage iu connection.
Dealer in Farm Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with me,    Have a buyer for good ranch
Watchmaker, and Jeweler
Mail your watch for Repair and I will
- mail it back.' Charges are moderate.
Dealer in
Orders Promptly Filled
i -	
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Go.
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
Purchasers of* Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of   Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Blueslbue,   Pig   Lead   and Zinc
���       . - ���   "TADANAC" BRAND
I For Good
3   ''
Job Printing
FRONT STif:--: NELSON,     BOX 865
.;;;'.������ :.y:.",dkntistv: fzi--..
All .the.."latest - methods . in-., high-class
..'' ...':  '���- ' ��� Dentistry."' .- ..""< -'    -. ���
; ���   Corner Abbott'."& Hastings Streets/' ���/"
���Economy and Satisfaction 3
combined with Promptness |j
are the features which go to 3
make up the Service we give 3
our customers. Are you H
one of them? 3
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Envelopes, Billheads,     3S -2
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.'Has:prodneed Minerals valae<I;:8a?fQ^
::^pld,;SlbO,272(431TSilver, $5p|p2^gl^
Other Metals <Zinc,�� Iroii/ etpi!)^S6>MsQ"487^v-C^lyyi*^dy;C^k^-^ 1^9,1^3,3?3jt
Building Stone,; Brick. ,.Cementi;-;^C.^$2^p9^^
$785,918; making: ^"'Mineral;Ei^a0^
Aggregate -$$$$��.
for Year��n|i)|i
- The  'Mining   Laws" of-thiayl^^
than those of any other-Provin#iti jfehfetborninibii^ i^ an^ c^^^ioy^e yBdtisl^
.-    -Empire. . XxXi   Xy ."       '     '   XfyiXXriyiiXX.yXyXiXy
Mineral locations are granted tip! discoverers for nominal;.te<K.:v:,;���'���-���,'���;'        y.';.
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