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-THE  OLDEST  MIKING  CAMP  NEW3PAPEJR   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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Vol.   XXVII.
GREENWOOD, B. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920.
No. 13
Cosy Homes
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Make your home cosy and attractive by. filling Jt with some
of oar choice and elegant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures-
Use our Crockery. Granite and Tinware in your kitchens
and dining rooms
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables arriving daily.   Our Price���the lowest.
Agents for Five Roses Flour
Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
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"STORE OF QUALITY"
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_-      We carry a large line of
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
GROCERIES   -
AND
_ > HARDWARE   ,
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
Leckie Shoes
And A
.   Fine Line Of
Men's.
~ Furnishings
W. Elson 8 Co
Greenwood, B.G.
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MODERATION  LEAGUE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
It's Principles and Aims
The Moderation League of British Columbia isa nonpar tizan. organization of men and women interested inland representative of the
moral, commercial, social and industrial life and progress oi this Pro
.vince, Its members believe in MODERATION in thought, word-and
deed. They believe in TEMPERANCE in all things and ^furtherance
of theserprinciples believe that temperance as it applies "to alcoholic
beverages is NOT best served by the present B,C, Prohibition Act .
On the contrary they believe that to produce temperance it is a
first essential that no intemperature legislation be forced on a large sec/
tion of the public such as is the case under the present Prohibition Act,
which has fostered bad temper, resentment and distrust; has been a pro/
lific breeder of lies and subterfuge; has made criminals of decent men,
and has hopelessly failed in its objects.
The League believes that a moderate law which respects rights tra/
ditional to our race will command the respect of the public, and
that a moderate law which is respected is much more to be desired than
a law which rides rough/shod over the public and earns only their
derision and contempt.
The Moderation League urges the electorate to support its efforts
to substitute for the present Prohibition Act a measure of Government
Control which shall embrace _the "platform of "the League. " Ihis was
published in every newspaper in the Province in the early part of
of the present year, and is as follows;
The Moderation  League's
PLATFORM
1. The repeal of the Prohibition Act.
2. NO restoration of the saloon or bar, for the sale of intoxicating liquors/ .
3. The Government sale and Government Control of spirituous
and malt liquors in sealed packages.
4. The guarantee by the Government, as such vender* of the pure
quality of all spirituous and malt liquors, and the sale of same
at reasonable prices. -
5. The jncufcation of true temperance principles consistent with
personaOiberty.
. 6. -The elimination of the causes of the deplorable loss of respect
for.the laws of the land engendered by the Prohibition Act.
The bar has.done away with forever by universal consent, and
Government Control will ensure the sale of pure quality, af local
centres througout the Province; in quantities consistent with moderation
and temperance* and will provide proper safeguards againsts it abuse.
And for the purpose of carrying out the objects/ and aims of this '
platform the Moderation League advocates the creation by the Governs
ment of an independent non/partizan commission to control the sale of
spirituous and malt liquors in sealed packages, such commission to be
composed of citizens fully representative of the electorate.
Vote forSGovernment Control and Get Your
Friends to Vote too.
MODERATION LEAGUE
603 Hastings, St, W-
Vancouver, B.C.
Henry 0. BelMrving, Chairman.
R. A. Corbet, Secretary.
Around Home i
M.JBeattie is actfng City Clerk
pro tern.
Mrs. H. McCutcheon is visiting
in Salmon Arm.    -'
School supplies now in at
Goodeve's Drug Store.
Thanksgiving Day will be observed on Monday, Oct. 18th.
Mrs. Thos. Moore, of Phoenix,
is spending the week in Nelson.
D. R. McUlmon, watchmaker
and Jeweller, Greenwood,   B.   C.
���Wm. Lakeland .is returning
officer for the plebiscite to be
taken on Oct"20th.
Hon. J. D. McLean, M.L.A.
for this riding'is at present visiting his constituents.
Kennedy old store on Copper
St.-has been rented'for Oct. 20th,
for the polling boo'df:
E. F. Kier an3 family, of
jihoenix, have moved to their
new ranch south oMown.
Dr. Tepoorten, ok Grand Forks,
is spending the week in Greenwood practising dentistry.
Miss Victoria Shillcock, of
Kettle ' Valley, is"-' visiting her
aunt, Mrs. F. C. Buckless.
-.. T. L. B. Deplock';'inspector for
the Connecicut Fire insurance
Co., was in town last week.
After spending t>o' enjoyable
weeks at Princeton Miss Eva
Murray has returned home.
Mrs. Twells aud pon Wilfrid, of
Trail, are visiting'.Mrs. Twell's
parents, Mr, and Mrs. L,. Bryant.
J. D.- Morrison has returned
from a most successful and enjoyable business trip'-" to Alberta.
" 'A. T.-- Tiudle,- ^'Vancouver,
was in town the first of thc week,
in the interest of R. G. Dun & Co,
��� Mrs. G. A. Reudell left on Sat-
urday for a month's visit with
relatives at Calgary and Moose
Jaw.
Central School Report
September 1920.
Mrs. John Finlaj left tins
(Thursday) afternoon fox Camp
Lister, where Mr. Finlay is now
located.    .
Wm. Murray and Geo, Murray,
of Princeton, are _ the guests of
their mother, Mrs. H. Murray.
Kimberley Ave.
Robt M. Floyd left" this
(Thursday) afternoon for his old
home in Gaspereaux Station,
New Brunswick, - *
Wm. Madden, of Robsart, Sask.
is in totfrn and intends starting
operations on the Gold Finch
about the first of the month.
By proclamation, Wednesday,
Oct. 20th, the day of the plebiscite, has been declared a public
holiday throughout the province.
On Tuesday, Sept. 28th, at
Eholt John .Skilling -was married
to Miss Annie Victoria Fretz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Fretz.
Chas. Nichols, who has been
with the S.K.P.L. Co. ia Grand
Forks for some time past,. has
been transferred to the local substation.
Thos. Branagan, W. A. Ritchie
aud.H. Boliugbroke. who have
been employed with the S. K. P.
Co., all summer have returned to
to Greenwood.
. R. W. Halcrow has severed his
connection with the Carmi Concentrating Mill, and will spend
the next two months with his
sister, Mrs. Eustace, at Edmonton.
Ronald R. Burns, managing
director oi the Vancouver Drug
Co., recently purchased land at
Christina Lake, known as English Point. Mr. Burns intends
erecting a summer residence.
G. H. Loach, who'at oue time
farmed near Myncaster-with G.F.
Somer, but sold out for the purpose of going overseas with, the
C.E.F., and is now connected with
the S.S.B.," at"New Westminster,
1 was in town this week.
DIVISION I -
No. actually attending 7   -   --- 38
No. daily present      -       -       29
Perfect attendance:
Mabel Axam, Agda Carlson,
Samuel Eustis, Russell Eustie,
Johnson Beattie, Gordon Jenks,
John Kerr, Mary Kerr, Silvia
Price, Estella Storer, Gertrude
Dixon, Ethel Benson, Eraine Duhamel, Horace Duhamel, Allan
Fraser, Euby Goodeve, Mary
Klinosky, Cicilia Hallstrom, William McLeod, Annie Thorslund.
Ernest Wyder.
Entrance: Ernest Anderson, Eb-
tella Storer, Ether Fraser, Joe
Klinosky, Mabel Axam, Gordon
Jenks, Johnson ^Beatty, Harry Desjardine. Harold Folvik, Jack Anderson, Agda Carlson, Russell
Eustis", Dolly. Granberg, Edna Williamson, Maria Williamson, Lilly
Intilla. --- X
Junior Reader IV; Margaret
Eddie, Gertrude Dixon, Samuel
Eustis, Mildred" "McLaren, John
Kerr, George Morrison, Silvia
Price, An und Anderson, Mary
Kerr.
Senior Reader HI; Ruby Goodeve, John Wyder, Cicilia Hallstrom
Ernest Wyder, Eraine Duhamel,
Mary Klinosky, Allan Fraser,
.Annie Thorslund, William McLeod,
Ethel Benson, Joe Putzel, John
McDonald.
DIVISION 11
Perfect attendance: *v     ^
Myrtle Dixon, Bessie Bidder, Edward Wilson, Kathleen McLeod,
Doris Kinsman, Percy Fraser,
Harry Hallstrom, George Bryan,
John Putzel, Helen Kerr, Irene
Inglis, Doris Dixon, Clarence
Johnson, Lloyd Eustis, Lawrence
Duhamel.
- - Juniorlll-Reader; Bessie Bidder,
Kathleen McLeod, Edward Wilson,
Doris Kinsman, Myrtle Dixon,
Tillie McDonell. -
Senior II Reader; Doris Dixon,
Clarence Johnson, Floyd Eustis,
Lawrence Duhamel.
Junior II Reader; Irene Inglis,
Helen Kerr, Percy Fraser, George
Bryan, Harry Hallstrom.
DIVISION -III
Number in attendance    ���     --35
Total'aetual attendance   -   - - 510
Perfect attendance; Eileen Bryan
Violet Benson, Merideth - E'enner,
Lawrence Folvik, Roy Hallstrom,
Daniel Kerr, Lewid Mitchell, .Robert- Mitchell, Malcolm JMcLeod,
Laura Mills, Marguerite Ritchie,
Alice- Ritchie,- "Margaret "Royce;
Yvonne Swayne, Bruce Trehune,
Daisy Watson, Irene Watson,
Mary Skelton.
First Reader; Lawrence Folvik,
Lewis Mitchell,' Robert Mitchell,
Margaret Royce, Edward Parry.
Second Primer; Malcolm ;Mc-
Leod, Merideth Fenner, Daniel
Kerr. Bertram Price,. Mary Skelton, Eileen Bryan, Marguerite Ritchie, Richmond Morrison, Helen
Bakke. ��� 7 . 7-
First Primer; Arthur Cox,
Yvonne Swayne, Daisy Watson,
Irene Watson, Roy Bakke, Robert
Carlson. -
Receiving Clasp; Laura -Mills,.
Bruce Trehune, Mary Putzel, Roy.
Hallstrom, Alice Ritchie, Violet
Benson, Lewis Clerf, Charles
Royce.
Lee & Bryan's business --Has.
been growing to such an extent
that they haye found it' necessary
to take larger premises^ The
corner store, formerly occupied
by P. W. George, will be fitted
up and by next month the whole
block will be occupied .by this
enterprising firm.
Miss Charlotte Hoadley, of
New York, was in town this
week. Miss Hoadley is interested
in the Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel,
and while here she was driven
around and the various mining
opportunities pointed^ but by J.
V.Mills. As a. consequence Miss
Hoadley gees back loud in her
praise of the mining possibilities
of Greenwood.
Miss Jessie Brown, of Victoria,
secretary of ,the Canadian Patriotic Fund was in "town oyef: the
week-end iti':, connection with
Patriotic Fund/.niatters." There
is still a-big surplus; in the treasury and this is "being used for the
benefit of '/soldiers - dependents
who-are in;; need.=./-Application
blanks can.be had fronCthe local
secretary. 'XXy,. xyxX; XxXyZyX:
Daniel Docksteader Passes
Away.
A well known old timer in the
person of Daniel Docksteader
passed away at his residence on
Kimberley Ave., Greenwood, at
3.15 a.m. on October 7, aged 90
years and 4"mouths. The deceased
gentleman had been failing for
some time and though eyervthing
in the power of skillful and loving
hands was done he gradually
grew weaker and weaker. The
late Mr. Docksteader was born in
Ontario and came to B.C, 43
years ago and has lived during
the past 21 years at Phoenix and
Greenwood. He served as a volunteer in the Fenian Raid and
many an interesting and exciting
yarn he could tell about the old
pioneer days. Besides a sorrowing widow the deceased leaves to
mourn him four sons and three
daughters viz: George Adam,
Haney; Mrs. Patterson, New
Westminster; Mrs. John" Ritchie,
Haney; Dan. R., Edgewood; Mrs.
Murdock Mcintyre, Merritt;
John, Allan P., and Wm. H., of
Greenwood. The sympathy of
the" entire community goes out to
the bereaved family in their
affliction.
The funeral services will be
held at the undertaking parlors
on Sunday Oct 10th, at 4.30 p.m.
and from thence to the Greenwood cemetery.
Firemen Make Quick Run,
The peace and quietness of
Greenwood was disturbed about 8
o'clock on Tuesday night when the
fire alarm was sounded. The fire
department responded quickly to
the call and soon had two streams
playing on the flamis. The fire
was in an old, unoccupied frame
building on Gold St. .The origin
of fehe fire is unknown, but it is
thought that it may possibly have
started from a spark from a passing
engine. The water . pressure - was
very, good and the fire laddies had
no difficulty in keeping the fire
from spreading. The night was
pitch dark and the illumination
from the flames gave the surrounding hills a glorious aspect.
Mining*
News
D. F.- Strobeck will do some
development work on the Lake
Shore coin group, adjoining the
Florence mine at Ajnsworth.
Work will be commenced in a short
time.
Therlong lost .vein on the Evening Star mine near Slocan City has
been located from the old tunnel
and indications are that the property may be in the shipping class
before the winter is over. This*
property is owned by Hugh Sutherland of Winnipeg.
��� "A. M. Johnson, of Pasco,
Wash., a former Rosslander, who
still has interests iu this city, who
was here this week, departed for
Pasco Thursday morning. Mr.
Johnson is interested in the Molly
Gibson mine at Paulson, and was
out to the property while here.
He says the prospects of the mine
developing into a good one are
very bright; that the jvorkmen
there have encountered seven feet
of the finest kind of ore in the old
shaft and that this' will be sunk
sufficiently deep to connect with
the tunnel already driven into the
mountain a distance of over 200
feefe. Some months ago the Molly
Gibson shipped several carloads of
ore to the smelter at Trail from
which excellent values were obtained. The mine is owned and
operated principally by Rossland
shareholders, a number of Trail
citizens being also interested."���
Rossland Miner.
7
Kodaks, full line of Films
7 7 and Supplies at
Goodeve Drug Store
The Bunyan mine, near Inver-
mere, which is under bond to New
York capitalists, was recently reopened. The mine wiil be worked
by the open quarry system and to
be able to do this a heavy charge
of dynamite was set. off. Preparations for the big' blast took many
weeks of hard work feo accomplish,
and represented the burning up of
much money. First a tunnel of
60 feet was .driven across the ore
body, then a drift of 50 feet was
made, and finally a shaft of 20 feet
was sunk and filled with 60 per
cenfe dynamite, the whole entrance
was 4hen filled with dirfc. The face
was 75 feet from fehe lead, making
a possible/ drop of 10,000 tons,
measurement. An examination of
the work after fehe explosion went
feo prove that the plan engineered
by Captain Fader- had come out beyond expectation, the face of fehe
mountain for over 100 feet longitudinally, and   30_or _more���in	
width with a horizontal depth of
over 30 feet had been loosened, in
fact' broken up into lumps of ore
of one man size, fehe total approximately 10,000 tons, the walls on
either side showing good ore, while
anly the top of shale falls a little *
below good value. ���*.
I
SECURITY
A Savings Bank Account not
only-provides an assurance for tlie
present, but guarantees you security
in the future..
To save is to succeed���
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -    - $15,000,000
RESERVE FUND ".        -        $15,000,000.
GREENWOOD BRANCH, h. E. Brawders, Manager.'
We carry a fail line cf
Groceries, Flour and Feed
Youf;JPatfonaie Solicited
Tilif M. Jeiikln
1 fin:wltmra����.jMLj>ia��j mmnr^it *
.im    LAIDOU.    GEEEiSWOOD,    B.    Q,
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On Body and Face, Rcdand Itchy,
Cried For Hours, Lasted a Yoar.
"A rash started nil ovcr my Httlo
girl's body, and ohe had some on her
face. It started in a pimple
that was full of water, and
it get red and itchy. Sho
cri-.;d ior iiouro. This trouble
]aow:i1 a ycar.
"Tier. I started with a free
sainplc of Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. I bought more, and
I used four cakes of soap and three
boxes of Ointment which healed her."
(Signed) Mrs. Dora Langiy, 1032
Gertrut^ St., Verdun, Cue., August
11, 1913.
The Cuticura Toilet Trio
Consisting of Soap, Ointment and
T-lcuni is an indispensable adjunct
of the daily toilet in maintaining
skin purity and skin health.
Socp 25c,  Oi=Uncnt 25 anti 50c.   Sold
a Catarrhozone Inhaler in your purse,
in   your  pocket,   use   it   to   ward" off
at your lawyer, particularly  if I your little co'.ds beforc thry grow biff.
.._i r , Dollar outfit lasts two months, small
size SOc, trial size 25c; all dealers or
thc Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.
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��� BY ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
Printed    by    Special    Arrange
nients   with   Thos.   Allen,
u Toronto, Ont.
(Continued)
Timberley laid his fly-book on thc
rock, rubbed his right hand free of
moisture on his sleeve, then glanced
at his companion. His lips parted
in ca sinister smile, but apparently .he
thought better of speaking what he
had intended to say. He tiptoed
softly to the edge of the stream and
by a dexterous twist of thc wrist sent
the artificial fly far up against thc
. whitc-mancd stream.   ,
Scarcely had it touched the waiter,
close to thc edge of a miniature eddy,
- than a big trout leaped for it. There
was a dipping of thc supple rod, a
whizzing drone of thc reel, and high
in air, the water-bubbles flashing
from its rainbow sides like a shower
of pearls,.the gamest of all game fish
leaped, to fall back again and dart
��� upstream like an arrow shot from a
bow. ~
Haight,  leaning  dejectedly  against
thc tree, sat up with interest.
Once again thc big fish leaped high
above  the rapid.      Haight sprang to
his long legs so swiftly tliat his hat
fell off, leaving his bald head cxpos-
...cd to. sun. and flics. -;,."By .George,"
/he cried" cxcitcdly'7"hVs.7.8'^
7;Tp.iif,..4i:;,ib'cautyj:	
! joyed  what is  rightfully his  for five
| years; no doubt of that cither.      He'
. disappeared  as   effectively  as   though
| the earth had swallowed him up. Thc
I money  and   property  left   him   by  a
I deceased   aunt   reverted   to   you;   thc
I only thing it could do' under the circumstances.      1   was   gl^d   to   see  it
that  way,  I'll  confess.      I  could  always  handle  you; Bob, and  I  rather
longed to handle your money.      I've
done  so   and   you   haven't   lost   anything, isn't that right?"
Haight nodded.
"Well,    as    you know, you've got;
some���a   good   deal���of   that   money!
tiedup in investment.      It's going to j
put you"in a pretty box if tliis Dorkin finds out.      Get me?" I
Again   Haight   nodded.       "Can   lie!
really elo anything to mc?" hc inquired.      "You claim that you advertised
high and low for    information    concerning him?"
Timberley smlicd. "My dear fellow, is it necessary for mc to inform
you  th
lie is working for your best interests,
is liable to tell you anything?      No,
i Haight,   1   didn't  advertise     for    the
j rightful    heir.      I'll    bc candid with
J you.      i didn't think it at all ncces-
| sary.      Hc was a dying man when���
when he left thc city.      His own doctor told me that it was but a quest.on
of weeks, even days, before he caveel
in.      He was soaked with  morphine,
a veritable wreck of a human being.
By God, Haight, it would surely have
killed a weaker man than hc."
|     Timberley    removed    his  hat   anel
! mopped  his  brow  with his  handkerchief.
"He didn't go under,'' hc continued; "hc came up here, and th's-place,
this big woods with its glories, took
hold of that remnant of a being and-
1 remade him, built him up into the
finest specimen of manhood I have
ever beheld. Haight, it's uncanny,
but just thc same it's wonderful and
sublime. I'm no ranter, or raver, or
nature-enthusiast, but I know when
to takcj-off my hat and bow down to
some mightier force than myself. I'd
hate to think I was not broad enough
for that, Haight.
"And see here, there's no getting
away from the fact that the big shag-
land holds a spell. Up here, a fellow
gets thinking, gets reviewing littic
things, big tilings we would call them
down in the city, and it all makes
him ashamed, yes, ashamed, You
can't think certain thoughts up here,
Haight, any more than you can use a
profanity in a cathedral where the
stained lights fleck in and thc pictured Madonna stands close to the wax
crucifix, and the music drifts into you
from the big organ. You can't do
it and stick around. I've got to
work fast to do what I must do, or
I'll lose my ncrvt."
Haight .munched his fine cut, his
small blue eyes winking out at thc
sun-strewn  mossland.
"You're a damned fool," he growled. "Now you just listen to me.
You're a lawyer and, if one can believe what thc papers say, a clever
onc. You've won somc big cases.
You're said to bc hard, far-seeing, relentless, but you are slated for K.C.
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Are Your Nostrils Full
Of Catarrhal Discharge?
���""~~"������ se
ll so,  It's  Time  You  Got  Wise  to
Catarrahozone, the One Certain
Cure.
. By no other mcans can you get relief so quickly as from Catarrhozone.
It's the most direct rcrrfedy���direct
because you breathe it to the very
spot that is irritated and full of
catarrhal germs. Nothing roundabout in the Catarrhozone method.
It acts instantly, clears thc throat of
phlegm, slops thc hacking cough., relieve s tight chest, removes bronchial
irritation.
So healing and soothing is Calarrh-
ozen, so full is it of curative essences
Roots Mean Feeding Power
Fall Wheat Should Develop  Strong
Root Growth Before Winter
Sets In.
The quality of rooting that a crop
develops has an immense bearing on
the yield.     This is especially true of
Fall wheat.-    Thousands of crops of
wheat    have    been cut in half���yea,"
quartered, through   poor   attachment
to thc soil.
Holding the. plant in the soil is by,
no mcans the only thing that roots
do. Plant roots arc the trunk lines
and   branches    that bring up all the'
that winter ills flee beforc it.    Carry | pl<i��t food  (except carbon which the
Germany of Today
Description of Present Conditions
Would Not Make Pleasant
Rcad.ng.
Those who wcic familiar with Germany in 1913 and previously, would
bc astonished at the change which
has taken place since that time. Food
continues to be scarce, prices arc enormous and there is hardly any coal
to bc obtained. The cost of almost
evcry commodity has increased ten
and twentyfold. Wiesbaden itself,
known tht* world over as a pleasure
resort, is now to all intents and purposes practically ruined financially.
The hotels arc empty, and many people, formerly well-to-do, have had to
give up thcir houses as^they cannot
afford to keep thcm up under thc prevailing conditions. There is such a
shortage of accommodation that no
onc is allowed morc than two rooms,
and almost every onc has had to take
strangers into thcir homes. To describe thc conditions fully, would not
make pleasant reading, and, it seems
better not to dwell upon them. All
onc can say is: The Germany of 1913
has gone. '-
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"Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest, surest
relief . for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence,
Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few tablets give almost immediate stomach relief and
shortly thc stomach is corrected so you can
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plant obtains from thc air) from
which thc leaf, stalk and grain or
other fruit is made.
Investigators tell us that therc arc
four general causes for thc death of
wheat. These causes have lo do
with roots and plants. Thcy are���
heavy, smothering, drying out of thc
moisture of seed and plant, and the
action of, severe cold itself on plant
structure.
With reference to the first two
causes: You. can do a great deal to
avoid thc killing out of your wheal
by making sure that the plants develop a strong, far-spreading root-
growth beforc winter sets in.
Botanists tell us that a well-developed plant may. have as much as 500
feet of roots, that is, counting the
measurements of the main roots and
root hairs. This constitutes a tremendous feeding surface, and gives
thc plant to which it is attached an
enormous advantage ovcr poorly
rooted-crops.
One of the big advantages from
fertilizing wheat is the development.
it gives to thc roots of plants. By
applying 200 to 300 lbs. to the acre
of a suitable vyhcat fertilizer at thc
timc of seeding, you not only provide
for a sufficient top growth, but you
give the rooting system of your crop
an immense boost in strength which
seryes thc plant exceedingly well
when alternate frosts and thaws in
spring cause thc heaving of wheat or
��thc heavy snows or ice storms of winter and spring tend to smother it out.
There   have   been hundreds of instances in Ontario during the last two
years   where    fertilized wheat which
had been sowed late to avoid the Hessian Fly, but wa&.wcll fertilized, looked very unpromising when    it    went
into the winter. In fact, came through
in spring looking so poor    that    thc
.owners..had. .contemplated.--ploughing
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Good Wheat Yield
/      'In Saskatchewan
No Failures Reported on Well Cultivated Land.
Notwithstanding thc rains since
crops..wcrc-'cut and "the hoiu-np o.
threshing for ten days, grain threshed in thc Moose Jaw and Swift Current districts,,and -all Southwestern
Saskatchewan is grading No. 1 Northern, says the Saskatchewan Fanner.
Thc'straw is colored but the grain is
in perfect condition,'weighing over
00 pounds to. the bushel. ��� The yield
of wheat is reported in most cases ��as
better than expected. Where thc
yield is light, farmers invariably give
the reason as "poor cultivation."
Therc arc no failures on summer fallows well cultivated, and free from
weeds. The yield/on such fields is
above tlfc average.
CASCARETS
"They Work while you Sleep
��?*
Knock on wood! You're feeling
fine, ch? That's great! Keep the
entire family feeling tliat way always
with occasional Cascarets "for the
liver _ and bowels. When bilious,
constipated, headachy," unstrung, or
for a cold, upset stomach, or bad
brcath,_ nothing acts like Cascarets.
No griping, no inconvenience, ��� 10,
25, 50 cents..
Telephone Blamed For ,War.
An Austrian statesman .who knew
everything that' went on during the
fateful July of 1914, has an interesting
explanation to offer for the outbreak
of the war. "It was the telephone,"
he says. "Its workings with Berlin
and St. Petersburg ruined us. ^ Instead of writing old-fashioned notes,
which would have given us time to
think, _ we telephoned���and lost our
heads." ' Haste is destructive everywhere. In diplomacy its effects arc
perhaps more often fatal than anywhere else.-���Youth's Companion.
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brpuglit -before -tlU;��� iiicinbCFS'-QfTtiifefs^ftrticritig ;:scnsatipn:Si-...,wea:lc,; .si'nijirigf:
opposing-fpTC'.es7 on thfe ^western :��r0ntl:a;i''5one--fee]ihg,. ..choking  ":s'ensiatib'ij,:
���sfio^!n;g;tiiat at a:totai of. 127 Oerman f *%^Z min- and "y women beeome'
d!V!siptis: tlifcrey- -.102 : were. .; pitted.jTiin.dttu'-n aiid' wbiri 'but .when Other-
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life   -ifeftiiizcr-.; .eaivs.titufiiiii.s;::;; Zdi: XtiX&
sir im >js-'f ed7iii.d putbacfebn.-tlieAl and,-ii
:,the -ibss.. wauid7stili :b& xWCXXfy pen'ts :pcr;
7b"u:��:licl. '"-���'- Tliis. a.m'b'uni-: Mr* ';H:iittb'ti':
figures'--jbiit" 'is.-a-d'cad.'ibs's: to the,'cbu;ri.-"
���try tot- evSjfy istsslicl. pi ^gfain, .Since'
.the wheat is. sdld .a.r,d7"^.en't.- Put bf.'th'c'
epMntry.7'.     .        '.'."-'���   ^   '..
'���_^rom:tiitis.Hr; Hutton ejedttees that;
lmise:d'"fa;fmiug. i'mcst- b:C" engaged in-
in the .West to. prevent "ultimate soil
.bankruptcy..: :. Tliis y/ill- also. help ;otit
inIthe...>vage;.qiie'stibn-*t'o.i:kn
���as ��� j^%vill :.ntb?aft: the. k'eepiii|_' of incn
; the yeari rptind7*hich. wiil tiltiinateiy
lyork" diitvtp;'';th.t ..adysntagc pi both:
.'^'liriplpyei-f.an.d��� binJiioyeei':'';....y .>......
7 7;;In the sealed package,- .
7ypif get  not  only 'full.
^.i^visight^ but .full   flavor,
;7fu|l strength'and all the
iygood.' qualities'" df   Red ���-
<yKpse   Tea   protected .
;:;^g|inst.tlie;'air, o4ors.and.7..;
^yust. i xii'm   '.;.��� ��� ���- -    i 'X'y
yRed Rose Coffee is as.;.
XXfgcnerously gobd.-'asy-
���JRed.Rose Tea
does not mean curtailing expendi-
x ture so much as getting full
value for the money spent/
Meat is costly, -fie sure of getting
all the nourishment from the meat
you eat.      .    '
Keen's D. S. F. Mustard
makes your food more easily
digested and assimilated, so
  that there is no waste.     . ">
Ham Keen's D. S. F. Mustard always on sgar table.
.   MAGOR, SON & CO.,
Limited
Montreal- Toronto
Canadian A&cnlt.
13
Italy's Problem
Must Support Russian Bolshevism in
Exchange For Wheat.
I Italy needs wheat. This year she
will be forced to import more than
thirty million quintals to supply her
people' wilh bread. Her expenditure
wili bc double her revenue, and it is
unlikely that she will bc able lo import any appreciable .quantity from
this continent. With the granaries
of Jugo-Slavia closed to her, Italy
casts enquiring eyes on,Russia and in
return for wheat Russia demands
moral support and recognition.
The Soviet Government of Russia
is playing a clever game, and Italy is
beipg drawn irresistibly into the \ve,b
of Bolshevism. Nevertheless, there
is still'-a strong party in Italy which
will have -none of the new alliance,
and, curiously enough, it is the'extreme Socialists who form the bulk
of the objectors,.,      ���  /       .  ���
But the coquetting with Bolshevist
Russia took a serious turn when Gio-
litti announced that M. Vosovsky, the
Soviet agent in Italy, had been granted the diplomatic privileges of courier
and code.       . '     .'"
The conference at Turin, whither
Giolitti has gone in the role of conciliator, will show thc Allies how genuine is" the rapprochment between
France and Italy which was heralded
with many phrases of satisfaction at
the close of the conference at Aix'-les-
Bains between the French and Italian
premiers.
Italy accepted the peace of Versailles somewhat, grudingly and there
were critical days beforc her adherence to it was attested by the signatures of her delegates, when it seemed probable that shc would"' stand
aloof and withdraw from thp. partnership that hadt assured fmaU victory.
Thc rift in the lute was apparent
when Fiance supported Jugo-Slavia
and Greece, so vigorously while the
latter intrigues of France in the formation of a Danube Confceleration
estranged the two peoples thc more.
Fraifcc continues to pursue a policy
antagonistic to Italian- aims in her
overtures lo Hungary' and her "understandings" with thc small stales
of Central Europe. Italy sees
France drifting further away from
traditional Italian aspirations,' and
turns her gaze to another elircction
for self-protection,���From thc Montreal Star.
Serious House Shortage
Every Man Should Endeavor to Own
His Own Home. X
Those newcomers entering our '
town and making this their home
havc our sincere sympathies if ia
looking for a home thcy seek in vain.
By a home -we mean a real home, one"
fit to live in and that gives a sense
and feeling of satisfaction. ...]
The,shortage of phonies while a '_
serious matter, yet is one of encour- -[���
agement to the newcomer. . It shows
progresstveucss, it points out that fey i
building he will have a far readier',
sale for his, own home if. he desires ���:
to move; It indicates a demand, and1
a demand in a case of this kind-is.
better than au over-plus. ,^
In    making    this    place, your new
home also make it your purpose to ���
own your home by building.      Build
now,  when  the opportunity,   is    the7'
greatest.     Auy lumber dealer is fully  '
equipped   to' render  every   co-operation in showing plans, figuring costs,
etc.   '��� ��� -  " .....    "''   f
Winnipeg Market For Dairy Products
Last year the province of Manitoba produced seventy million gallons
of" milk of whicli the city of Winnipeg consumed five millions. ' Winnipeg also accounted for thc consump-.
tion of five nillion pounds of butter
of the province's production of nineteen million pounds. Four million
pounds of butter were exported..
. All In Thc Go0"d Book.
Bishop Hpss said at a Nashville
picnic:
"The religious - knowledge of too
many adults resembles, I am afraid,
the religious knowledge of little Eve.
"'So    you    attend  Sunday School
regularly?'- thc- minister said to littic
Eve.'-.'-.������ -."..-_ 7 ' -y X ' 7.'"  ���"   ;
���? "'Oh, yes,;'sir.'-"7''":"';:;-;  "   " >'���' -
"'And you..know", your Bible?' '.
7";Oh,-ycs,;sir.'-7,.  -.   :;.-' '''  -;
:  '"Could you pcrhaps'tcll.hie something that" is in.it?'':.-       '���    .'��� X   X
��� "'1 coiild tcll.xyou everything that's
in it' ';>77" ������''-/ .. 7 ' ''������ > ��� " -"-
: "'Indeed/ and the" ministei7 smiled.
,'E>o tcil' me then.''''.' '.'X . ': X r '--: -'-'y.'.
V .".'Sister's beau's photo, is in it,' said'f'-.
little -Eve, 'promptly,.'and ma's recipe'
for7vanish.in' crcanrisin it/and a lock
of my-hair cut .off.- when;.I was a baby
is. in'it,'and the-tickets for-pa's-watch
is ih it
.Edge Beforc and After Stropping
{Magnified).
It's the stropping
that counts!
Any razor  is  soon
ruined   by  unskilled
' stropping. There is one
and one only razor that
sharpens   itself ���- the
��� AutoStrop Razor. You
can't strop it wrongly-
just slip the strop
through the frame and
a few. strokes to and fro
will renew'Jhe blade,
edge.
; Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor
to you, /guarantee satisfaction; or refund of purchase
. price. ���" -      ----- ,
7      Only  $5.00 .���_-.-'���.
complete.with strop ahd twelve
blades in ah attractive assort-
. ment   of   cases   to   suit   any
purpose. -."--      "-���-'--    -.
AutoStrop Safety. Razor Co., Limited
'- A-utoStrop Building," Toronto, Canada ""
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THE     LTCDfiK     ttRRENWOOD.   ' B.X C.
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of quickly _ prepared; foods, for with
./
light, sweet Bread can he h&ked and ready for
use within four hours; from the time the sponge
is set* Full - detailed instructions are contained
in Royal If east Bake 'Book which will be sent
free upon request* -
. -       -������'."''���      -'"."���'' '        '
E. W. Gillett Company Limited, Toronto, Canada
Saskatchewan Wheat
Grading High
Decrease iii Cost of "Living
Big Percentage of theGrain is Grading No. 1 Northern.
��� Threshing, operations during the
past week in the Moose Jaw. district
have proceeded rapidly, despite the
shortage of threshing hands, accord^-.
; ing to Mr. Hugh McKellar, secretary
of the Moose Jaw Agricultural Society.
Mr. McKellarstatcs that-the Robin
Hood Mills'Jiavc been receiving from
-8,000 tq 10,000 bushels of wheat per
day at the elevators from the farmers surrounding the' city, i^ The big
percentage of the grain received by
the Robin Hood Mills is grading No.
1 Northern, with soriie No. 2 and No.
3. Another pleasing, feature is the
scarcity of  weeds  among  the grain.
The October price fbr wheat at the
present timc is $2.65 1-4 and mills are
fmying $2.48 at the elevators.
Age of the Earth.
How old thc earth is can only be
guessed. ' In 1860 John Phillips estimated thc age of thc earth at.between
38,000,000 and 96,000,000 years. Considerable difference in one man's figures. George H. Darwin "has dis-
cusse'd the age of the earth-froiii a
purcly astronomical point of view.
From his theory of the earth-moon
system he derived an estimate of
more than 56,000,000 years.
, . To Manufacture Potato Flour.
A new industry will probably be established in Manitoba by G. L.
Dodds, of Arthur, Manitoba, who has
under contemplation the opening of
small-potato flour mills in various
parts of the province.
Do not ��nff����
another day v:ai
It c 111 ni;. Bleeding, of Protruding Piles. No
surgical qper-,
How the Blind Can Read
��� '/ >
Remarkable-British Invention Which
Enables the Blind to Read Ordinary Printed Letters.
Arrangements have been made with
a British firm .to manufacture , thc
Optophone, a wonderful instrument
which enables the blind to read ordinary type. This instrumcnt'/..which
was recently perfected by the inventor, depends for its action on thc
peculiar properties of selenium. This
metal changes its electrical resistance under the influence of light. In
the Optophone five minute beams of
light fall upon the printed letters and
are reflected on to a Selenium cell
which forms part of a telephone circuit. The blind operator sits with
the telephone receiver to his ear and
moves the line'of. type along. Each
letter, according to' its shape, alters
the 'currents in the telephone circuit
��� ������ -���-    ation required, j >n a Particular way, giving a charac-
Dr. Chase'/* -Ointment will relievo you at once   teristic
and- afford, lasting benefit. 60c. "a box; all
dealers, or Edmanaon, Bates Sa Co., Limited,
Toronto. Sample Box free it you mention tills
paper and enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.'
'W^X^o^Xo^^^a^^^
xpiano xAmionm
change -of sound,
means the blind can spell
words.
By this
out    tbe
MONEY ORDERS
When ordering goods by  ftiail, send a Dominion Express Money' Order.
Liberty Grain Blower
���Fan mill and elevator com-     '
bincd.athalf thc cost of an elevator Loadsintoboxcar.waffori
or bin. One man and iraaolineeM-
glne does the work of 3 men    t; i.i
withoutshovslinBOr lifting- J3rJ!
Elevates, Airs,CIean9^S
flcours   nnd    polishes fi��
wheat or oats; making
it test higher nnd
brinBinor �� bettor
pricc Light, durable,
casily^movo'i,  l'arti��-
LINK MFG. CO.,
Portage Ia Prairie,
Man.-     (Dept. .14)
' The Wool Crop.
So far this year 28 cars, or 662,465
pounds   of  wool,  havc  been  shipped
out of Saskatchewan  and IS cars of
| 353,562 "pounds-shave been shipped out
(of Manitoba by the'   Canadian    Co-
operative Wool Growers', Ltd. There
is still at least 50,000 pounds to come
! in from thc country .which will make
a total shipment from*thc two provinces  for the  ycar of  approximately
1,066,000  pounds   or  an   increase   of
about 188,000 pounds over the amount
shipped by thc association last year.'
I.L
-This.- Winter   When . You '
COME-to VANCOUVER
Oir account of-thc warm winter climate
of the Pacific Coast, and thc wonderful
attractions of Vancouver, Canada's greatest
seaport,thousands'.of Prairie folk-arc now
plannine~'for their winter's- rest and recreation in.- that famous, city. -
-.- -When you come to Vancouver, call -at
our. offices first.. Make them your head-,
quarters. Without obligation our entire
organization is at your service, or w_rite"
in advance" for any information you wish.
ll you bring your family, you will want
to rent, or perhaps to,buy, a house, or if
iooms for the season are desired,' wc .will
hunt them, up for .you.-^ Or. if you want
"to~t"ak"e up~a' small fruit farm" within "easy"
distance of the Citjv, we have many excellent listings.'        ���--.-,.
G. J. HAMMOND & CO.    -
'-     -���   - (Established .1907), - -
^512-Hastmgs St., West, -Vancouver,  B.C.
The Joy Of A H
Perfect Skin
Know  the joy arid
happiness that comes
\to one/thru possessing
\a skin of-'"purity and
; beauty.  The soft, dis-
j i     xtinguished appearance "it
'A '.renders brings "put your
���   -..natural beauty to its full'
est. In use over
;ylR&^^^^^^v'Mpi%trt��gj
Gpo&'s Cotton Roc! Compound
Ji *n/e,' reliable rcptifattoo
mtdicine.   Bold in thrco cio��
roes of strength���No. 1, Cl i
_io. 2. $3; No. 3', $3 psrbor.
Sold by all dnifcists, or ��cnt
prepaid "on receipt of price,
Fros pamphlet. ��� Ad(lre��f
THE COOK i��IEDfCINE cOH
T0K0JIIIJ. QHT. {F.natily WMiirO
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ENLARGED
GLANDS
Removed
Without Knife
���pain or any ill-effect.
Vou can prove i t at oar -
rule GOITRENE rota o T e < permanently,
���y even worst lowf-stand-
w ��� i-   .S'   ine cases, leaving not
tm.X��XX��� ">�� slightest swelling.-
.K&SSffi: Cosis Nothing If It Falls
IR*I,(-. Stop suffering! StnpbeinfrembaLrrnsscdby
thnt unsightly turnur.- Stop it befhre it endangers heart,
fhfdat, lungs! ��lop taking daniierou* drefffl! Goitrenc
is sqfo, eura. scltniitio unit guarantors.-.Writo todi.)
" for Freo belt and.mocf nonvincinu tcntiraonialj youVi,
eVer rt.-.id.  Hundred'   ' V   ."patients.   Address1-"
GOITREWE CO. 574-A - Rrd" St., Chicago, III
.   BOOK  ON
DOG    DISEASES   .
stid How"to Feed,
Mailed    Free'  to   any
-."���Addiess-.by' the
'   "     . Author
H.  CI-AY  CT.OVER
CO..  INC.,' ���--
1!8    West" 31it-*tfeet,
New Vork. U.S.A..
BUY*. "DIAMOND DYES". -
���7 DON'T RISK MATERIAL
 .'Each, package of7!Piamowl _Dves",conT
tains directions.��� so simple ��� .that any
-woman - can dye any material without
streaking, fading or running. Druggist
-has color card���Take.no other dytl ,
1, *jLirit/u.i.-i. vu-u.uJUUUJJ JlAAlir
VETARZO
WITHOUT PUKE BbOOD HEALTH ISIMPOSSIBH-
    ���     BLOOD        -     ,
MEDICINE.   ' .
BRArN AND   .
NERVE roon
Trim Bottle either liemedy Ss.. lendiiiB Cin-nilnn oi';
VetarzoKpjnedlBsCa^OospslOak. N W.5. l^mrtuii.-Kiig..
.HALF * CENTURY" REPUTATION.     -'"   "
D^.Lt CLERC S.L.IveR.'IK*DNEYS-
lnraluahis ror dltR.ises jf these impcrtaru ormis, -
Gravel. Pains in thn Hack, fiout. Uhcnmatisin ��� \ttF'.c* '^
Us., iradlnit CHurniats ok--Dr  I,K CI.KIIO MB3  c:o..-.-
HAVEItSTOCK KJ). M.W.5. LONDON" ESUI-AJiJV-:
MENS   HATS
WILL OUTWEAR
TWO~HATS
OF ANY
OTHER MAKE*
m. -
"' :     -Hsdtin Italy-
AiL STYLES-ALL COLORS
SEEiYOUR LOCAL DEALER
SINCE'- 01670
30SKESCOUGHS
Just Imagine ��� =-���r-���= j
IThe delicious preserver you would mala if you could walk out into an orchard ol i
One Thouisad !Acre3oi. ripe, luscious fnilt,.in tie-pinfc of Condition, pickicg ooly
..-the -choicest, -using  nothing  with  it  but; -pure -cane 'tuzar,,ind 'if.  ia;. addition,  you
had the most ��ci��itific,machinery.-to turh:it out���Don't,you7ih��ok-,your Jam vfould
'.-��� be 7mt-about perfect?    Thsr is .jujt.-he?r. - --���'"������;��� "7'.".-"'.���.".'.     '"' -;".--.������
Ty xEy'IKxSMITH'zy&;iy^ONS^amiied:i:Xx
j''-7'-'*'7777'-'7'-:-.'��� !-;:.MAKJ^-THEIR; JAMSI,; AND" JELLIES Xy 7 .XX'yyry
,-_, . They were iie. first ,to tnaie. Pure., Jat^, in ;.Cacaii,7andX at* ; still Uadicj J
: in'pop'jlarity. Try,.* tia: ef''.their new -seasons ��� strawberry. ���" It>,��%:deIiciou��.",v-'-,.'-r )
--.-.;'������-; Ask -your-;jrrecer. (er E.'".;D.  Smith's .-'Jates-^ith .the -Msple'"Leaf -label.7.7 .'-'i1
Fruit' Grrwers and" Prcicmm-
r_ ..WINO?fA,;OifTARIO7v.--:
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Dosal4 K.'.Piia-C��i .J
Lethbridge Crops Are Heavy
Will   Yield   a   Financial   Return   of
$55,000,000:
Thc Lethbridge Herald, in its 22nd
\yccidy crop, report, estimates the
grain crops in thc territory included
in "the Lethbridge division of the
C.P.R. will yield a financial return, of
$55,000,000, made up as follows:
Twenty million bushels'wheat at
$2.25 net average, $45,000,000.
Ten million bushels other grains at
$1.00 net average, $10,000,000.
,    Thirty    million    'bushels  all  grain
valued at $55,000,000.
, It   is   estimated   that, tlircsliing   is
about twenty-five per cent, completed.
POOR HEALTH
LIFE'S HANDICAP
Rich, Red Blood and Strong Nerves
Needed to Win. Out.
Jt has been well said that life is a
race. The. full blooded man with
sound nerves, tlic bright-eyed," rosy
cheeked woman invariably win. The
nervous, dyspeptic man, and the ailing anaemic woman are left behind;
Success iri life is largely'a question
of good health and sound nerves. It
is never the shaky, undecided men
who are chosen for promotion; the
sickly looking, pale woman is not
sought after like .' her happy rosy
sisters. ' .-���.-. ��.������������
What makes all thc difference is
the condition of the blood. If your
blood is thin and poor, your n'erves
are bound to suffer, because they
have to depend upon good red blood
for nourishment.-, Headaches, undecided will, a shrunken "figure and pale,
unattractive face tell only too plainly that the blood is at fault.
Both    men    and    ���women  in great
,, , . .     . .-.-���        T)i ������ i numbers;    have     found     deliverance
all been persistent questioners. Theirs |frQm -^ inferiority in  life.s b]ood
;is' the sort of mind that refuses to ; through the use of Dr. Williams' Pink
.stand still; that always wants to'
know. And always wanting to know
brings the harvest of answers which
enrich the mind. Wherever you find
a business man who is s'o narrow-
minded as not to want to know, you
will find, a man "whose    business    is
- ...f
going to the dogs. ; �������
People Should Ask Questions.
Encourage    children    to, ask questions.      Keep them at it.      Let fhem
ask them after thcy have grown up.
The great leaders of the World have
7     Prohibition and Longevity.
Thc Insurance Press of New York
says: "The effect of prohibition, according lo all medical'life insurance
authorities, will1, be an increase in
general longevity, whicli will probably mean that gradually it will no
longer be one in every seven applicants'-for life insurance who will be
rejected, for physical unsoundness,
but one in ev'cryj'cight or eleven, or
seventeen pr'whatever."-  '  ���'...
..The Oil.of Power.���It is not claimed, for Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil that
it-will cure evcry ill,' but its uses arc
so various that it may be looked upon
as    a    general    pain killer.    -Ithas,A1
achieved that-greatness for itself "and j never without, them, in'our. home."
all attempts to.surpass.it have failed.
Its",  excellence    is known to all'who
have tested its virtues and learnt by
experience.    ,: ���
Pills. They arc a remedy that has
been a household word-for a generation, because they tone up the whole
system, make the blood rich and red
arid strengthen thc nerves. Mrs. S.
TB. Milter, Eimira, Ont., says: "I look
upon Dr. .Williams' Pink Pills as a
family riiedicine, and -have reason to
praise them for what thcy haye done
in our home. Some years ago, while
���we were living in Alberta, my husband --was so -completely run down
that he was unable to do any. work,
and even to carry a pail ,of water
would exhaust him. A doctor was
called in who said his heart was affected, and'that medicine would be of
little use to him. This greatly worried me. and I finally urged him to
-try By. WiHiams' . Pink Pills. Hc
began their, usc and in" a short time
thc swelling in his hands and feet disappeared. - We decided to return"' to
Ontaria, but the doctor said he could
not stand thc trip. - Bul the doctor
was mistaken, for through the use of
the pills, he gained such strength' as
to be able to look, after" the harvest,
and in a month later wc returned-to
Ontario. .My husbaiid'-still take's a
box or two of-the pills twice a year,
and they" keep him. in good shape.- I
have-also" found tlie��� pills good " for
my  growing  daughters,  and  wc  arc
- ""    Big New. Paper^ Plant..
Onc of the most important developments of-the yc~ar.in pulp and paper
Onc of thc , best things' about Dr.
-Williams' Pink-Pills is that they do
not ..'contain the slightest .trace of
opiates' or harmful"- drugs. While
thcy: are overcoming disease thcy are
building - up7gcncral conditions of
good health. You. can get these, pills
through any dealer-.\in, medicine, .or
by, mail at  50 cents a- box,    or    six
circles  is   the   announcement, of' the | boxes for $2.50 from The. Dr.- Wil-
organizalipn of lhc Manuauan Pulp
and. Paper .Co., Ltd^.\yhich_\vill'.ppcr-;.
ate the power known' as Allard Falls-
on the- St. Maurice River.above La
Tuque, ; Quebec,-arid"-.will control
two, tracts of timber on the.Manoiian
River containing approximately 100,-
000 acres:- .-'A hundred ton mill is'be-
irig installed on the.property.  7   ���.-.���
Minard's' Liniment ;'For Sale Every-
."'-'-where. .- ������ '������'���. .������-���_      :    . -yX" . '���
. Assisting. Returned Soldiers.     '
7 'Manitoba' :.Un"iycrsity;.'��� announces
that.returned,soldiers will not.be 'required ,to pay union- fces^fpr noh-pro-
-fessionai- courses -.such -,as arts, and
.will only .bcrcq'uircd.to "pay-half fees'
in ' professional.. ��� courses;';. The ,dis^
-crimination-in .the-courses ,is made.
;oiving- to -.the"-greater "cost of the professional ��� courses,., -requiring ''much
laboratory work.-. - Tliis ���permitting
of"special .conditions' was, established
by'the University.rqf Manitoba last
year .and ..is a pcriuancnt. decision. "'
Hams1, Medicine -Co., Brockviile, Ont.
Women.workers in-oiic of the large
automobile -tire .".plants' .in Akron,
Ohio, wili-hcrcaftcr receive -a ' minimum ; wage of $4 p,er _daj-.' ; -'- -���'.
-Warts oh "the-hands is. a-disfigurement, that troubles'inany ladies.-Hoi-,
loivay's Corn.Cure wiil. r.cmbyc' the
blemishes'-without paiii. .'-"-���"' '    7--"-
'-'-...-Bri.tish Empire Wireless.-"
'..The: -Marconi '.Wireless.-Telegraph
and. -Telephone 'Company.-.of Canada
.have"."negotiations.-miller way. for. the
construction, of a. large;-wireless plant
in7.Winnipcg:' ���. This.-is -part -T of ."the
scheme'-to string a--'line pf:.'\y.irclcss
plants .^across Canada lo-form, part- of
lhe; chain" encircling-' the. .British E11I7
pire:,..',      -" -.-     '.   ��� -   '- ..'   - 7 - -  -
��� .Ex-Soldiers'Taking-.Up Land. .'"
Ah.cxts.oldicr- of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who recently came
back; to . Canada from California- to'
purchase" a farm-tinder" the scheme of
the Soldiers' ScftIeiuc"nt;Boatd, states
that inany soldiers of; the". Canadian
forces temporarily sittiatcd in California, intend coining back to. the. Dominion- to .settle in the,same manner
on agricultural land. -
Dominion    Statistics.   Show    Retail
Prices Drop Five Per Cent.
Indications of a downward trend in';
the cost of living are furnished by the,J
monthly statistics of the Department
of Labor, Ottawa.s    The department
reports   further  that,  internationally,
the ebb has commenced.      In Japan,!
for instance, it is stated that the index
figure   which   stood   at 425 has now
dropped to. 359, while in other countries similar decreases are predicted.
There have been some recoveries, but
in most cases the decreases have been
stadily maintained.
In the Dorhinion the index figure
for wholesale prices took a record
drop, falling five points. This is
equivalent to a, 5 pcr cent, drop in
wholesale prices, and'a 3 per cent,
drop in retail costs. The ipdex number for thc nionth was 330.2, as compared with 346.6 for July; 349.3 for
June; 301.1 for August of 1919; and
136.3 for August of 1914. . The decrease has been largely due to lower
levels in fruit and vcgtablcs of which
there is an abundant"crop. In retail
prices, the average cost of a weekly
family budget (including rent and
fuel) in some 60 cities of the Dominion was $16.42, as compared with
$16.84 in July, $14.43 in August of
1919, and $7.63 in August of 1914.
This budget includes staple foods and
necessities (not including boots and
shoes and clothing) for an average
family of five.
Bank Makes
Important Changes
Salmon Pack Valuable.
The Sockeye Salmon pack in British Columbia this season is valued
at $7,000,000. / The cheaper grades
of salmon arc value'd at approximately the same price.
A Cure for Rheumatism.���A painful a"nd persistent form of rheumatism
is caused by impurities in the blood,
the result of defective action of the
liver and kidneys. The blood becomes tainted by the introduction of
uric acid, which causes much pain in
the tissues and in the joints. Par-
melee's Vegetable Pills are known to
have affected many remarkable cures,
and their usc is strongly recommended. A trial of them will convince
anyone of their value.
Building in Saskatchewan.
The value of building actually started in the province in the month of
August" is ^$1,448,938, in which brick
construction leads ' with $1,300,638
against $104,000 - invested-in frame
structures,- ���-. ������.-���-
Surc^ She'd Seen Them. ���
' Tlic story is~ .told, of ..a' dowager
whose, wealth-and "education-were' of
exceedingly recent acquisition! ���. According. ��� to.. her .accounts'- the trip'
i around, the .world that- she' had completed' had- been" socially -most successful,     Soriie of'.her-   friends' wcrc
"COLD IN THE HEAD"
.is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrli. Persons who are subject tb frequent) "colds in
the head" will, find that thc use of HALL'S
CATARiUI MEDICINE will build, up the
System, cleanse- the Blood ind render them
less./ liable to colds. . Repeated attacks of
Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak-
en internally aud acts ��� through the Blood ou
the Mucous.Surfaces.of the System. 7
All  Druggists 75c.     Testimonials free.-
$100.00 .for any "case of- catarrh' that
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not
cure. -   ' -������.-'-
F. j; Cheney .& Co., Toledo, Ohio,
About . 1J400 ��� Japanese- -"picture
brides"- havc. ^entered thc port" of
Honolulu every year, for the. past ten
ycars. J . �� ' : ."-.""-
Minard!s Liniment Relieves Neuralgia
. Therc arc about 15,000,000 women
in thc United "Statcs who arc about
to. assume the active,duties of- citizenship this fall. -    ..-'.-      ������ "���- -
Even ' the man who is" good for
nothing may be" good-for-something������
say as a horrible :.examplc.   '       J   .
Minard's Liniment - For Dandruff.'.'.
7. The-nearer' the. equator  the   more
salty-seawatcr becomes.- '  -, "<     -���-"''
"   To.Re-Develop .Claims.  7.
��� Mica .Mountains," near Tetc Jaunc
Cacho17-B.G.',-containing...large -deposits..
*6f-Mica- upon whicli- some ,develo'pT
th'cnt' work was 'done- as. far back.as
thirty years ago, "will be further developed- by a Calgary-.-syndicate who;
'.'have "slaked-again- a number ..of old
claiins.on tlie mountain-and arc "nialc-
.ing. substaiitial-expcnditurcs" towards
this.,, c'n (I.-'. The'.mines arc about-five
lnilc's'-'from the railway;' station at-an
'elevation", of.'5,000 feet' and .'nieri .have-
been '.'engaged, - "during 7 the winter,
building a -road ;and erecting, cabins; ���''-
, ���' 7l3ear"Tsland,.-Aug.' 26; 1903:
Minard's Liniment Co.,-. Limited."
.Dear   Sirs,���Your-trav'c'Icr is; here,]
todav    arid   'we    arc. getting a large
,     quantity of vour-MIKARD'S'LINI-
'Questionihg he'r. about the places' of | MENT.   : We'find it thc. best Lini
interests thaf she -had visited. .. "Did
yoii see the.Dardanelles?'-' asked one.
"And thc Himalayas?'' -inquired another. "Why, certainly,".replied the
dowager; "I dined witli them both in
Paris/'     ' -    '���'"'
Animals That Never Drink..
It is. one Of the strangest of biological facts that there are in desert
regions, .mammals':, that' ncv.er. drink;
.Cbn'spicuous "'among, thciii - arc / the j-
troublesome prairie dogs.'",;.These litr
tie-marmots, "apparently, 'do' not "in'all
Itheir.'-" isves ;'-"-'drink ; a drop, of- watery
.Certain-other ��� rode'nts,"- such' as'pouch-
cd 'nikejancrkangaroo ^eajts,':have ,'lhe
same;.habit:77-rnasrnueh a? the' physf-
cal \e.cpnoniy-7of ;thfsc:. animals - must-'
be;s'eparatc"d;-hi thcir-bodics -from; the
f^od,7;m6stIy=!|c,ed?j7..-^h'-;!\which: .they
subsist. -7^77';;''"'777 '-���y'r;:, ,y XX
'ii^MiiiMxiii^M
mcnt on the market.rnaking no exception.- We have" been in .business 13
years and have handled all" kinds, .4��ut-
have dropped them all "but yours;"
that sells itself; the others haye to.be
pushed to get'rid, of. - -     '
W. A. HAGF.RMAN.     ,
Farmers. Baying Tractors.
Approximately $6,000,000 has been
invested by farmers in Saskatchewan
in' farm tractors this >;ear, representing the purchase of .about 2,000, ma-
chincs7-;7;77'-  "77'' '- - X-'y-'r ,y.-yry
7"|B|^h'igt^
The   Canadian   Bank  of  Commerce
Creates New Superintendency.
In view of, the rapid development
which has taken place in the. Central
West, The Canadian Bank of. Commerce has decided to establish an,ad-
ditional superintendency. Heretofore the Central West District comprised Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 'Alberta, but the rapid
progress of the Peace River District
and other outlying parts of the Inland
Empire, in addition-to the very general expansion of .the Bank's business
throughout the older settled portions
'of these provinces, has made it difficult to handle all thc business at one
central point, namely, Winnipeg, with
thc facility of service which has always been {he Bank's aim.' It has
accordingly been decided to leave the
branches in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and thc branches in Ontario
west of thc Great Lakes, under the
supervision of the Superintendent at
Winnipeg' and to place the Alberta
branches under the supervision of a
Superintendent at Calgary.
Mr. C. W. Rowley has been appointed Superintendent of Branches
in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, with
headquarters at Winnipeg, and J. B.
Corbet has been appointed Superintendent of Branches in Alberta.
Mr. Rowley has been, for the last
nine years Manager of the Bank's
Main Branch in Winnipeg, and is
very well known in the West, having
been Accountant at the Winnipeg
Branch during the years 1898-1902, after which he served-in Vancouver for
a short time, and in October, 1902, established a Branch of the Bank in
Calgary. Mr. Rowley built up a
flourishing business at that point and
in addition took a very active interest
in outside affairs. He was one of j
the founders of thc Calgary Clearing
House and its first chairman, and in
addition served on the local directorate of many companies. He went to
Winnipeg as Manager of the Main
Branch in May, 1911, and has been
there continuously since that time.
Mr. Rowley will be particularly well
known on account of his war activities. He is a past President of thc
Canadian Club and in many ways has
identified himself not only with local
affairs at Winnipeg but in mattcrs-.of
Dominion-wide  importance.
Mr. J. B. Corbet entered the Bank's
service at New Westminster in 1901,
gained his early training at thc Pacific Coast and in-1903_\yas brought to
Toronto. From that date until July,
1911,. hc was .attached to thc Head
Office staff where-lie "gained valuable
experience, in administrative -work
which fitted him for the appointment
of Assistant Inspector at Winnipeg in
1911. . Since that date, hc has been
continuously at Winnipeg and for. the
past three and-.one-half years has
been Senior "Inspector of'the Bank's
western business with headquarters at
Winnipeg. Mr. Corbet's experience
and wide "knowledge "of western" affairs will.be of great assistance to the
Bank' ' in.' the, Superintendency, of
Branches, in Alberta. '
- Mr. C. C. K. Noiirsc,-the present
Manager at Calgary, wiH'go to-.Winnipeg as Mr. Rowley's successor;-Mr.
Nourschas been many years"-in the
West, having been the first teller in
thc -Winnipeg. Branch .of the Bank,
and wili bc'rcmember.ed. by: many of
liie old-time' hockey and football
players. He was. in the Bank's-.service in the Yukon "during the gold
hisii from-1898 to 1903, the latter'part
bf: the'time-as-Manager of the Skag-
way' Branch." -In-1903,he. was; appointed. :Manager at Prince Albert
���and in ; 1905-Manager at. Lethbridge;
Avhich pqst-rhe held- until 1913, when
he -""was - appointed" Manager' at, 'Calgary'.. ' .'His" thorough-", knowledge of
western affairs during the- last -twenty-
two ..years will-be. of--great assistance'
to .hini .in. his-- position.. -' -'; \
-���'Mr.'' Noursc,7.will'bc .succceded;,-in
"Calgary"by Mn-'A'.-Maybcc,"the present. Manager at -'Moose: Jaw., Mr,
.Maybc'c spent ien-.ycars; -in- various
branches: of. the Bank" in. Ontario before his appointment, as- Inspector's
Representative.-"in, :;Winnipeg in Feb-
-ruary, _1903.-',"- In September, -19J35,' he
;was appointed' Manager.-at Brandon,
where .he; remained until- |916(-;whcn
he "was appointed Manager at,,Moose
Jaiv;  77 ���Z'-y. -'X 7 -��� 7    ���..'.:..
Mr. B/" P..-Alley - will' succeed' -' Mr.
��� ���.    -.   - - .   ---.   --.--, ,   .       , - -^
Cprbet- as senior.; inspector of the
Bank', at'. Winnipeg;: Mr. Alley .has
a long, connection with. the'.banking
business in the West, having becn*sta-
tioncd at Calgary, --Edmonton!' and
Macleod.. ' In 1907. he -was- appointed
Manager at Lashburn, afterwards-becoming " Manager at .Lanigah. - In
-January, .1911, lie was appointed manager of the Bank's .ferahch-at Fort
Frances, Ontario, and. ha's: been co
nect'ed with' the Inspector's Dcpar
mcnt at Winnipeg since 1913, first as
Assistant Inspector and later-as Inspector. \ .,,---'--,.....:- ���.<������..���',
The ���_ particular "-'rpecaf? ?i'7of-^these
changes, is" the'-rctir.ciricnt'.of Mr." V. C.
Brdwn,..TK;h6:-has been Superintcndcntfj
of-thc- Bank's business in the Centrar
West-^mce.'May,;i911:1 X'^XyX '���������
the way Zam-Buk relieves the
burning and Irritation of eczem*,"
writes Mlsa A.- Gallant, oJC St
Nicholas, P.B.I. ��For a year I
Buffered -vritbt this disease, and tried
all kinds of remedies,\ but nothing
helped mo until I used Zam-Buk.
The continued use of this herbal
balm has completely cured me.
"Although it Is now two. yeara
since this cure was effected, there
has-been no return ot the disease."
Zam-Buk is equally good for
ringworm, scalp' sores, pimplea,
boils, teething rash, '"barber's
rash," ulcers, old sores, ab&cesaea,
bad legs, blood-poisoning, piles,
cuts, burns, scalds and bruises. >All
dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
-50c. box, 8 tor ?1.2&.
Advised Not to Hold Wheat
|r|jh^;Hsrze^O&gI^es7 jridicites .'-tlie
nuihji6W^3pclfe^o^nd;':il^
feh e^3th e.|fiMH4'i-is'. c| o?7ed.. S?7 iMXXXX -X
J|^a^ig:H^|;^i|]^^It^
-ate^^'j^Tw^cigai^;,^
'afc;^i^^feK^^^fes^ribied''' i��f.-&o*-
txieii*r^yy;yy:yyiyy:;yyy  rXXy-y
Expectation   of Higher Prices  May
Not Be Realized.
T. E. Mcrrett, superintendent of
branches and chief inspector of thc
Merchants Bank,- has left the West
for~Montreal, after making a tour of
the four provinces and addressing
conventions of managers at six centres. Before leaving, Mr. Mcrrett
said: 'It is jfcrticularly pleasing to
observe the satisfactory returns thc
farmers are obtaining as a result of
their perseverance. The yields average up pretty well, but our agricultural friends have still a good deal
coming to theni to equalize the rather
ordinary returns of the past two or
three>years. The policy of the bank
is to take care of thc farmer, and it is
our aim to see that his reasonable requirements are provided for. The
inclination this year will be to hold
wheat, and the expectation seems
general that higher prices will obtain
later on. The markets, however,
havc a way of moving in the opposite
direction to that looked for by the
majority, and speaking generally, it
is usually the best part of wisdom to
realize when the grain Js" ready for
market. Thosc whose finances are
in such shape as to.'enablc them Ho
hold their grain will require to decide for themselves, but the majority
-wilixbe^anxious,to liquidate thcir in-
debtedness, *fend since many have
been carried over for two or three'
years, this will bc thc most logical
and natural course.
Valuable Wheat Shipment.
A hopper freight car of the Canadian Pacific Railway, known only by
its number 240,000, has the honor of
carrying the largest and most valuable shipment of wheat which ever
rolled over the rails eastwards from
the -western prairies. It hails from
thc Rathwcll district of Manitoba,
bound1 for Fort William, and consists
of 2,500 bushels of first class wheat,
valued at.$7,150.
. An American firm which claims to
be-the largest producer of radium in
thc world has guaranteed to-produce
3 1-2 ounces of radium every year-for
th^jiext 20 years. If it can do so,
the firm will, at thc end of that time,
have.netted the sum of $180,000,000.
- Mineral Output in B.C.
Air> official estimate of the mineral
output for "British Columbia for 1919
places the value at $33,296,313.
Keeps Baby's
Skin Healthy
f F every mother could only
realize ,��he danger which'
lurks in the'neglect^pf chafing
and skin irritations she woule��
not take chances on being
without Br. Chase's Ointment
Co apply after baby's bath. .
It    arrests    the    development    ot
eczema  and   makes   ths   skla" woft,T
smooth and velvety.
*�� ��ats * box, ��ll deatesn, or ��i!inan��on,
X    Bate* & Co, ia, Toronto. *
liipiiilii
7:#!ttt'ii^iit7S7 g
x'-y.n
ffHE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
.THE LEDGE
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or $3
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and the
United States $3., always ih advance. _
G. W. A. SMITH
"*��� Lessee
ADVERTISING RATES    .
v-
Deliiujuent Co-Owner Notices.^ $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Betray Notices 3;oo
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than' one claim appears ir notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Transcicnt display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals I2_j��c. a line each insertion.
Power Line Completed.
Much local interest has been
taken on the completion of the W.
K. P. & L. Co's power line from
Greenwood to Copper Mountain a
distance of 108 miles. This makes
the longest transmissions in -western Canada. The current was
turned on this week and tested. It
is comprised of a single 110,000
volt line of the H. Frane construction. The company ���will operate
this line at 60,000 volts, until such
time as requirements demand going to tho higher yoltage.
At Greenwood this line is fed by
duplicate 60,000 volts transmission
lines from this point to Bonnington
Falls, at which points the generating stations]are situated.
The transmission line and distri-
tribnting tration are both of the
most modern construction, and
should do:much for the development of the mining industry which
will be served by this extension,
will be the means of increasing tonnage over the C.P.E. and^Kettle
Valley railways, as power from
this line will be used for the operation of the Canada Copper Co's
mines and mills at A.llenby and
Copper Mountain.
Fire Prevention Day.
The governor general has, by
proclamation, set asid�� Saturday,
Oct. 9, as a day on which to- spe
cially, emphasize the great -loss
which Canadians, individually and
collectively, are .sustaining.tbrough'
destruction by_fire of both . natural
. and creative resourses.
At a time of high building costs
and acute scarcity of material,   we
. are burning buildings at a criminal
rate. Our fire loss of last year,
viz., 823,500,000, or approximately
82.90 per capita,, was the highest
per capita in.the world.
Not only.is'this.a complete loss
of national wealth, but its replacement creates;increased, competion
for available, building : supplies,
thus enhancning prices for new
building. THow can we. hope; to
overcome . the housing . shortage
when, in:Ontario alone,. last year
5,S0-i dwellings were damaged or
destroyed, causing alosBpf $1,753,-
333.; There were also, 744 farm
buildings - destroyed, ���-. at a. loss of
. 81,189,906 of which,' 8557,736 was
-. uninsured, ������ ��� ��� "'.'.���.' -'"7 Xi������-X y
Z -Lightning damaged or;destroyed
1,102 buildings in Ontario,, involving a "Ipsa. 7 of , $506,885,7 of which
$212,778 was.not covered by insurance. 7 None of these, farih buildings were equipped with lightning
rods, whereas -but .'two buildings
protected by. lightning rods were
damaged and these to the amount
Of $22 only.: 7 - :r'yi '' -.' -'y yXi
'���, Matches were again responsible
:for the largest number of known
fires,' 1,148-in- Ontario. originating
therefrom;^ Practically every; fire
due to matches   is ihe   result of
'carelessness;.' ���-.-'-   -".'-\.-' 7".
/Public education and a .recognition of.pereonal . responsibility are
essential to a reduction-of; the fire
waste. It is particularly;; essential
to interest ;the younger generation,
through the Canadian .teachers^ in
efforts being made towards a reduction of the fire loss.
/Fire Prevention Day will give a
.splendid, opportunity for bringing
this subject to, the attention. of
pupils, and   should   produce   good
-rresulte.:: -.;������''-'���.. :--" ;���'
NOTICE,
I will not be responsible for any debts
incurred by iny wife, Mrs. John \Yyden
JOHN WYDER
For Sale.
A few Plyinoush Rock cockerels and
pullets at one dollar, per fowl.    '���       ;'.:.:���
',X   ANNA TAJJNER? ' '
���   -.. .-- Kettle Valley.
'XX- Xy7:FWi$^Xi-0i Xii
7-���'-���- The. Presbyterian i-'GhurcK,'-.-and
: Manse io Phoenix/,: Apply7Rev.:
.Hillis -Wnght, Grand^ Forks, BiC.
��^'SpiiU'' elack^ olyiirsnxMX fc^7j^r|
ZT^npyX^c&Ieiaii i()iXZ$fyx$0teri
Zfil&mp- aBd -��^;7ai|!^ritZ7'^r^eEeiif
Name of Person Assessed. -
Rossland Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that,
^Court-house,  Rossland,  B.C.,  I will se
in said list hereinafter set out, for de
and  for  interest, costs and  expenses,
period ending  December 31st, 1918, is
The Collector will  be  pleased
is a member of the Allied Forces and
1918"  and   amendments   thereto.
Dated  at Rossland, B.C., this 1
on Thursday, the 12th day of October, 1920, at the hour of 10 a.m., at the
II at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter.set out, of the persons
linquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1919,
including the cost of advertising  said  sale,   if the total  amount due for
r\ot sooner piad. ���* ���
to   receive any  information  respecting the following list where the owner'
entitled to the benefits of section 29 of the "Taxation    Amendment   Act,
7th  day of September,  1920.
LIST OF  PROPERTIES
H.  R. TOWNSEND, Collector.
Name of Person Assessed.
Short Description  of Property
CROWN  GRANTED LANDS, Similkameen   Division  of Yale  District.
Horkoff A: & G .14 ac; Pt. Lot 184	
Cascade Development Co 2/3 Int. =216 Ac. Pt. Lots 268 and 269.
Cascade Development Co 234 Ac. Pt. Lots 2G8 and 269	
Cascade Development Co 550 Ac. Pt; Lot 312 :	
Cascade Development Co 72 Ac. Pt. Lot 313 .'	
Cascade Development Co 100 Ac. Pt. Lot 314	
Stocker Geo.  K 7.154 Ac. Pt. Lot 315	
Midway Itanch Ltd 123.60 Ac. Pt. Lot 424	
Midway Ranch Lid 106.40 Ac. Pt. Lot 425	
International Securities Co .269.90 Ac. Pt. Lot 492	
International Securities Co 233 Ac. Pt. Lot 493	
McRae & McLaren 5S0 Ac. Pt. Lot 620	
Midway Ranch. Ltd 500 Ac. Pt. Lot 637	
Anselmo  Chas 245 Ac. Pt. Lot 750	
Norris & Megraw  65 Ac. Pt. Lot 781	
Norris & Megraw  ' 93 Lots in Pt. Lot 781	
Sullivan   M ~..2Ac, Pt. Lot 970	
Price William   ' 10.01 Ac. Pt. Lot 1012	
Lee Robert  92.S4 Ac. Subdiv. "B" of Pt. Lot 1012.
Gowen W. W  10 Ac. Pt. Lot 1223 ;
Midway Ranch Ltd 15.50 Ac. Pt. 'Lot 2S47	
Anderson   John    16 Ac. Pt. Lot 2910 7	
Bertois J. A ". 14S Ac. Pt. Lot 3046	
Stewart Andrew J 160 Ac. Pt. Lot 1297S	
Columbia & Western  Railway Lands.    Similkameen Division of Yale District
Cosgrove & McAstocker  ... 7....... 43 Ac. of Pt. Lot 269S  7
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 700, Map 38, Similkameen Division of Yale District
Bell Beatrice May ; Lot 3, Block 3	
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Ry. Subsidy Lands,   West   Kootenay   District.
Altaian John    193.06 Ac. Fr. of'N.E. % of E. % of
Sec. 5 & Fr. of E..% of S.E..% & Fr.
of S.E. y4 of N.E. U, Sec. 8, Tp. 9A..
Churchill F. L.    277, 23 Ac. Pt. Sec. 17, 21 & 26, Tp. 9A	
Crown Granted  Lands, West Kootenay District.
Koehn Joseph   84.67 Ac. Pt. Lot 8086	
Bryan J. H 100 Ac. N. Pt. Lot 8627	
Cross James H 209.14  Ac.  Pt.  Lot  8629 :.
Esling W. K 40. Ac. Pt. Lot S639	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 4598, West Kootenay District.
Peterson J & Williamson J :..".. .66.46 Ac. Sub Lot 61, Lot 4598...
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 5547, Map 824, West Kootenay District.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.15 Ac. Block "L"	
Subdiv. of Sub Lots 10, 18 and 37 of Lots 5817, 5547 and 8069, Map 824.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co,7 Ac. S. Pt. Block 3	
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co. 64.88 Ac.
Arrears. of
Costs
and
all Taxes
Int.
Expenses Total
. ? 28.00
2.10
3.75
33.85
150.32 ""
10.35
3.75
164.42
169.80
12.80
3.75
186.35
400.10
. 30.15
3.75
434.00
51.24
3.90
3.75
58.89
GS.2'0
5.30
3.75
77.25
112.24
8.50
3.75
124.49
333.00
25.50
���    3.75
362.25
300.00
22.25
3.75
326.00
60.00
4.55
3.75
68.30
43.00
3.30
3.75
50.05
S0.00
5.30
3.75
S9.05
21.40
1.55
3.75
26.70
161.71
12.60
3.75
178.06
18.85
1.45
3.75
24.05
66.70
5.05
3.75
75.50
6.36
.50
3.75
10.61
,     4.00
.35
3.75
8.10
13.05
1.00
3.75
17.80
7.25    -
.55
3.75
11.55
12.00
.95
3.75
16.70
10.00
.80
3.75
14.55
546.25
59.10
3.75
609.10
20.00
1.60
3.75
25.35
ict.
42.50
3.50
3.75
49.75
2.00
.20
3.75
5.95
149.50
23.67
..3.75
176.92
- 92.50
7.10
3.75
103.35
30.00 '"
2.6.1
3.75
36.36
25.00
2.05
3.75
30.80
25.00
2.05
3.75
30.80
23.66
2.26
3.75
29.67
Bk.
Bk. 8.
5
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.35.62 Ac. Bk. 6
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.49.07 Ac. Bk. 7...
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.69.06 Ac.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.50 Ac Bk. 11
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co. 68 Ac. Bk. 12 -.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co. 68.75 Ac. Bk. 13	
Manitoba.&.,Western CanadaLand Co.45.84 Ac. Bk. 14 '....,
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.39 Ac. Bk. 16 :..
"Subdiv. of Bk. "D" of Lot 5547, Map 7$3 A.'
Manitoba &'Western Canada; Land Co..55 Ac. Bk. 2	
Manitoba & Western Canada'Land Co..53 Ac. Bk. 3	
.Subdiv. of.Bk, "I" of Sub. Lot 10 of  Lot 5817, Map 878.      .-_
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.;35' Ac. Bk. 8.7."....'.".;..',-.
' Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..29 Ac. Bk. 7.7.'. ,.'	
. Manitoba & .Western" Canada Land Co, .50 Ac. Bk. 10'..;...........
-Manitoba & Western Canada'Land Co,.50 Ac. Bk. 11..... z	
Manitoba & Western Canada'Land Co..50' Ac. Bk.' 13.;-.;.',..'..'...
-Manitoba & We'steVn Canada LandCo..50 Ac. Bk.-14'."......... .7...
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac. Block 15. X,\ ......
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac." Block "16....,....,,.
Manitoba & Western Canada JLand Go.-.50. Ac, Block 17 ........
Manitoba-& Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac. Block 21./.;	
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co,.50 Ac. Block 227 ;.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.."50 Ac. - Block 23	
Subdiv.-of Part of Lot 5817, West Kootenay District.
. Youngman & Bastedo"..".....; '.'.'..320 Ac, Sub Lot .40.;....'. 7
. Subdiv. of Part of Lot 7159, Map 37,. West  Kootenay  District.
; Wilson .L. W: & J. E.\.- -. 7 ...... 376.67 Ac. Pt. of Sub. Lot 3.
��� Wilson L. W. & J. E.'........'...;.'.% .160 Ac. Sub. Lot A.	
' Wilson L. W. & J.' E..........".........-. 320 Ac. Sub..' Lot "8.7 ......
-TOWNSITE OF ANACONDA, Map 24..    ' .
"Alexander Elie- .'......,
- Fawcett.Mi-s.-R70.- E.".".
Moore J. W.... .7 ..-,...'.
- Caron- Joseph -..-.'. 7 ,.'.",
Sullivan Dan J. 7. -'. ,...;-
McDonell J; J..-.-..7 .'...
Garland Mary .\. .'7-7""..
Smith. L. A."...;.'.;"....';.;.
-McDonell J."J.- ;.,...���.'. 7.
Garland. Mary ......"...''.:.
, McDonell'J,"-J. .77.. 7
Garland; & McLenaghan
Spencer Mrs. L. . '. .7 ..
"Garland .Mary.':'.;.;._.".. .���'.
:. Garland 7Mary7. -. V;,':'.-..
;Garland T.-A; -.'".:./.'.-.-.
��� "Kruski - Charles' .7.....'..
'Garland Mary.".'-.',.....:.."
Keffer;. Keffer & Lehher
"Garland Mary ..".". .'.;���.-.;:
Garland -T..A;" '.���.."......'.':.
.Garland-T. A." .'-.',. ;>:'.'.'���.-.
-Garland- Mary--:.;.'. ..:'���...'
Keady. John.7- ......: .-.
Garland Mary- .....:.;.
'._ Garland Mary. ;..... -..'.;.
...Lot.i, Bk. 2.;.;........-	
7 .Lot 4, Bk.'' 2'.v:'.;.. .'.���..'...."...-.
...Lot-2, Bk. 4.-..;,.;���.............
...Lot 4, Bk. 4 ....;............
.. .Lot 6, 3k. 4,:......;..'........ :
.-..Lot 7,-Bk."4;.7 7:..".....";..'.'.
."..Lots 1,.9, 11,-13,14, Bk. 5.;...
'.. .Lots 3 and 4, Bk.'' 6:.-.....;....
;.;Lots 12 "and 13,-Bk. 6....".'���..'.'.-
7..W. Pt'of Lot2, Bk. 8. .���:"........
;; .'.Lot 2, Bk. 9......;	
. .'.Lots 1, '2, .4, .6, Bk.-10.;-...'-.
...Lot 3, Bk. 10..;.'..';.....-."".-.X.Z.
...Lots 8 and S/Bk;, 10...'..;......
.-.-.Lots'e8, 9, 10,-Bk"."-:11..'7.-,..".:.-..
-..Lot 5,  Bk." li;.:.-..-:.'.. .X..X..
'.J.L'ot 7;'Bk'. 137'..':..".-.".:..'.'.'.-.7
...Lot A..1, 8 to 14 and'-B, Bk'.;i5.
.. .Lot, 6, Bk. 16/.................'.
. ;.Lots,. 1, 2, 5,;.Bk. 18..-,......,...
; ..Lots 4. and 10,. Bk.'IS..:..'.-:.';;
;'..-W; % Lots- 3 and;4/.Bk. 22.77..
Lot .6, Bk; 23;
..W.-Pt.;Lot 8, 9, and.Pt. of 10, Bk.^ 237L
,Pt.of Lots 6, 7, "& 8 to 14 & B. Bk. 25.
.Pt. of-Lots.9 to 12,:Bfc-27.-7:..;-77'.-.
TOWNSITE OF.A.NACONDA, Western -Addition;. Map 97. 7.     . 7   -
-, Garland Mary-..7. 7. '....;.."..;,. .Lots, l'to. 6,7Bk.'5..."'. i -.'...'....... ,\",...,
Garland Mary   ...;.:......-....... Lots 1 to 4, and 6 to 8, Bk.'il.;......
Garland -Mary- ,......"..'...-..; V.;.- Lots; 1-. to 4, and 7 to" 10, .'Bk.. 12...: .:
Garland Mary  .���..���.:....--.��� "....,-...... Lots 1 to'lO^'Bk. 13....-....:.'.....-.,.-
Garland: Mary ..'.:.'. ...Lots.l to i0, Bk.'2G; ,'7.7."....7 ....
-Garland- Mary  .-.- .-;..:.-..Lots..l' to 9, Bk...27..................
Garland--Ma'ry "..'.... Lots. 1 to 6, Bk. 28..:." '.-..-.'.���;.'.'	
Garland Mary   .. ;  '.?., Lots 1 to 10, Bk. 29 7-.- .......
TOWNSITE OF BOUNDARY^ FALLS,Map 19.    .
Undivided % Interest   .........   .
C. A. R. Lambly ."Estate .;.'.:..-."'"..."... Lots -1-to. 16, Bk.'.-lv..............-.-.;'.
C: A. R. Lambly Estate .............Lots 1 to. 7, 10 to 25, 27 to 35, 38" to
'41 - Bk. 2 - -. "'  - -X'. ��� .���'-  ���������:''���-���'-
C. A. R.-Lariibly Estate .Lots 1  to U.'io'to 38, Bk.'-3;'.'-.".".'.".'. V
C. A. It. Lambly Estate Lots i to 5,'-Bk; 5..".-.;.-.;:..-..-."..-...-..'
C. A. R. Lambly Estate ...*-... .. Lots 6 to 47,- Bk;. 6,. V..'.......;.,..
C7A. R.. Lambly; Estate .............Lots 1 to 46, Bk. 77 .,.....;.... .
C. A. R. Lambly Estate ..'... ;Lots 1 to 23, Bk. 8..........7....7..
C. A; R. Lambly Estate ......";.... ..Lots 1 to 23, Bk. 9. :-.....-..
C. A. R. Lambly Estate ... .-.J........ Lots 1 to 16, 26 to 28, 31 to 34, Bk. 4.".
TOWNSITE OF BOUNDARY FALLS,   Smelter Addition, Map 90.
Shilcock William	
CASCADE TOWNSITE, Map 8
Cascade Development Co.,	
Stocker Geo. K	
Cascade Development Co. ...;-.
Cascade Development Co	
Stocker Geo. K. ... 	
Cascade Development Co	
Stocker Geo. K	
oeker Geo. K	
Stocker Geo. K ;
Cascade Development Co.	
. Stocker .Geo.. K.  '.-.	
Cascade Development Co.......
Bertois. J. A.  /.	
Stocker Geo. Ife ........ V.......
Cascade Development; Co. ..=..'.
Stocker Geo. -K.-7';; .XX. :���: :.>..
Stqcrker Geo. K. ....Xy.......:...
Bertois;. J. -, A.'-"".7.XX. .'���;'.".:.., ���..
Cascade-Development; Co/".'..'..
-Cascade Development ��� do.- '.*'.'...'
"Sfocker7Geb:;-K;;'7 XXyr^yX..'
Cascade - D'evelopm eht* CoiX-"..:';. Z.
.Cas'cade.';DeVe]ppiii'ent,.Co:. xX^yT
;Casc"ade"Develbprrient Co.:... 7
.Srtockeri"iGep. ;K;i:.--. 7 7 XX: ZyXyX
Cascade .-DevelppmentVGo;; i'XiX'X
���Cascade DfY.elbpment'Co.-''-.'-;-: ;i-
'Stccker;:Geo:i K. Zy ���;-; X..; Xyyy
Cascade-, Devclbisrceht. -Co;;"'..-.";:..'".
..Cascade1 Development .Co.. ,-..'.:,.
.Lots 23 and 24, Bk; 6.
 Lots- 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, Bk.. 1............
.....Lot 10, Bk. 1...........--..-....-...	
... .Lots 1, 2 and 5 to 10, Bk. 2 .
 .Lots 1, 3, 5, 6, Bk. 3 	
... .Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8, Bk. 4".	
....Lots 10 to 12, Bk. 4..	
....Lots 1 to 6, and. 8 to 12, Bk. 5........
:...Lbts 1 to 6.and 8.to'11, Bk. "6.-.-.-.;��..
...iLots 2, 3, 11, 12, Bk. 7........	
....Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, Bk. 7.-.  .
....E. Vi, Lot 2, Bk. 8...T ..;....
..-..W..% 4 & 7. 8 & E. % Lot 10, Bk. 8..-
 Lots 5 and 6, Bk. 8 :..	
 iKJ.ts 3, 7, 8, N. % 11, 12, Bk. 9.......
....Lot 5, Bk. 9	
 Pt. Lot 5, 6 and 10, 11, 12, Bk. 10.
....Lots 1 and 7, Bk. 11	
.....E..% Lot 2/Bk. 11. ..'	
....Lots.3, 9, 10, Bk. 11 -.....:/...������
...1;Lots 2,75, 9,. 11,-12, Bk. 12..'....V...:'.,
'". �� . f 1-iOt ,10,    On- '��&>������� ��� * * * * . m * ��� ��� ���,��"�� *'*��,*������*��� ���_"
1; 7Lots;l^ 2,:5;l6,. arid 9 to 12/Bk. 13.-;.;.,'
,;...Lots.l.'to:4ana 7-to-10, Bk..14....-..;.
J.. .Lots 1, 2, 5, 6. 10, Bk/ 15.i .V.'.'iv.v'."..
;���-.'. N. li Lot 7 and 8, 9, Bk: 15'.':".,.,.
";...Lots,3, 4/5, 9, 10, 11/12,. Bk.16:X..i.-.>'
���,V.;.-Lqts;-1, 2, 5,-6, & 9, IO.4L7I2, Bk,..17.?;.:
;-/7Lots; ���$, io,Zi2XBkyZis:'XXiy^XyXX
vi'i.Lofs ,4:10, 11, .12, Bk. 19;...........7
52.50
105.00
6.47
8.01-
3.75
62.72
3.75       116.75
52.50
4.00
3.75
60.25
74.50
6.2S
3.75
84.53
52.50
4.00
'    3.75
60.25
78.76
. 6.00
3.75
88.51
105.00
8.00
3.75
116.75
78.75
6.00
3.75
' 88.50
105.00 ;���������
8.00
3.75   ,
.   116.75
105.00
8.00
3.75-
116.75
73.63
_   5.60
3.75
82.98
63.00
3.30
3.75
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5.06
;    .35
'3.75
9.16
5.06
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3.75
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2.50
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3.75
, 6.45
2.50 -
.20  .
3.75"
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7.75
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110.00
- -8.37
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"55.00
4.20
3.75
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;   4.62 ���
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Stocker Geo. K ..Lots 5, 6 & N.^ of Lots 7, 8, 9, Bk. 19....
Cascade Development Co. ��� S. % Lots 1, 2 and 9, 10, ll, Bk. 20...
Cascade Development Co. .Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, Bk. 22.........	
Cascade Development Co. .7 .Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 23. -.
Gilbramson Mrs.'Anna . 7  .Lots 11 and 12, Bk. 23 .-."....
Cascade Development Co..- Lots 1, 5, 8, 9, Bk."24 	
.Stocker Geo. K.  : .T:Lots 6, S % 7 and 11, 12, Bk. 24......
Cascade Development Co Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8, 11,-12, Bk. 25	
Cascade Development Co.............Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, Bk. 26 ...
Cascade Development Co .Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 27. -.-..
Cascade Development Co .. ...Lots 1, 2,'3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 29.-r..'-.':.
Cascade Development Co...--.... Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11,12, Bk.~30....
Cascade Development Co ......Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 8; 11, 12, 7, Bk. 31.....
Cascade Development Co. Lots'1..2, 5, 6, N. % 7, 8, & 12, Bk. 32.
Cascade Development Co.............Lots 1, 2, 3 and 7, 8,. 9, Bk. 83....?...'
Stocker Geo. K .Lots'4, 5, 11, 12, Bk. 33.\	
Cascade Development Co. ;  .Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 34.,;
Stocker Geo. K.  -... ._.. .Lot 6, Bk. 34.	
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 35	
Cascade Development Co.- ..... v ... .Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 36...
Cascade Development Co." '..... .Lots'1, 2, 5, 6 and 9 to 12, Bk. 37	
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 38	
Cascade Development Co  ..Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk.,,39	
Cascade Development Co ...Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 40...
Cascade Development Co  .Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 41	
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 42 .
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, Bk. 43	
Cascade Development Go Lot 7, Bk. 44	
Cascade Development Co Lots 1 2, 3, Bk. 45	
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, lOrll, 12, Bk. 46...
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9,10,11,12, Bk. 47..
Cascade Development Co  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9,10, Bk. 48	
Subdiv. of Pt: Lot 18=17 West Kootenay District.
Standing Harriet  ." 9.595 Ac Bk. 56	
Bird H. & M 9.478 Ac Bk. 66	
TOWNSITE OF CHRISTINA, Map 50. '      ,,   '
B. C. M. & Mlg. Co. Lots 5 and 6,"Bk.. 12^.'.'..,	
TOWNSITE OF DEADWOOD, Map 73.
Belgrove Matilda Lots 9, 10, Bk. 16 	
McMillan Robert ,. Lot 13, Bk. 19. �� ..".	
TOWNSITE OF DENORO, Map 71.
Rendell  & Co Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 3	
McMaster J. A.. ., Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 3.....	
Gowans Lavinia Lot 5, Bk. 14	
Rendell & Co. Lots 15 and 16, Bk. 23 r	
TOWNSITE OF GLOSTER, Map 323:
Hutton & Todd Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Bk. 1	
Hutton & Todd Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 2	
Hutton & Todd   .Lots 1, 6, 8,9, Bk. 3	
Dawe W.-J." ..Lots 2 and 3, Bk. 3	
Hutton & Todd Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Bk. 6..
Hutton & Todd ..Lots 3 to 20, Bk. 6	
Hutton & Todd .- .Lots 6 and 14 to 20, Bk. 7 :.
Hutton & Todd Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 11 to 20, Bk. 8	
Hutton & Todd Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 13 to 20, Bk. 10.
TOWNSITE OF GRAND FORKS, Manly and Ruckle Addition, Map 108.
International Securities Co. .........Lots 1,3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and Lots 8; 9, 10,
���"���������-���;. 11,-Bk. 36	
International Securities Co. Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 37	
Sartwell C. H.... Lot 3, Bk. 37 .'	
GRAND FORKS TOWNSITE, Ruckles Addition, Map 36.
Dawe W. J.  ...:;z .......Lots 4, 5, 6, Bk. 8	
Dawe W. J.   ���."'. Lot 20, Bk. 9 ;..
Malm Richard    Lot-.14, Bk. 10	
Galipeau & Co. W. J ..Lots 5, 6, 7, Bk. 11	
Dawe W. J. Lots 9, 10, Bk. 12	
Downey Martin ....'. Lot 20, Bk. 27	
Burr A. C. Lots 5 ,6, Bk. 31... ....���...���
Burr Minnie C. ....  .....Lots 7 and 8, Bk. 31	
Subdiv. of Pt. Lot 534, Map 1254.
Jack James Y Lots 6, 7, Bk. 1 	
Jlverts Howard A. . .7 Lots 8 and 9, Bk. 1 	
Agnew Robert Lot 4, Bk 2	
' Gubbins Lizzie Francis ; Lot 1, Bk. 6	
Haffle A.---H .Lot 14, Bk. 11	
Kerby F. ]Vf .-.. ......Lot 6, Bk. 12 ;....
Fenby Norman T. Lot 5, Bk. 24..	
Gibson Marion L.  Lot 9, Bk. 25	
Subdivision of Lot 534,_Map 1457. ' '      .-        '..'     "
Hagen Joseph C .Lot 8, Bk. 5	
TOWNSITE OF LONG LAKE, Map 65. / ���-     - *"
Malion, Hill & Pelly.	
MIDWAY TOWNSITE, Map.3.
Padmore F. "W.	
Lockwood W. P. 	
Harber W. K. -."....
. Padmore, F. W. - .	
���Guise G. O.   .: v-	
Evans Evan :.-..
. Cunningham Geo......;.:......
. Jakes, Dr. R. ;,W. .."..'."..;-......
Cunningham Geo. ............
Walker Henry ...........'.
, John Wilson Estate	
...""....Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 3..
 ..Lots 16, 17, Bk. 11....	
 Lots 23, 24, Bk. 20	
......-LLots 19,  20, 21,  Bk. 31	
.......Lot 22, Bk.  31...........	
.--......Lots'23,--24, Bk. 31...	
  .Lots .13. 14, Bk. 33;	
...;...Lot 8^ Bk. 36..... .;.......
....... Lots.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 37.
;......Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 40	
.......Lots 16,17, Bk. 45	
 .Lot. 21, Bk. 48	
MIDWAY TOWNSITE, South Addition, Map 42.
Cunningham G_ep. .'... ...., Lot 1, Bk. 4	
TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX, Granby Addition,. Map 60.      .
Morrin Thompson-Co.  .Lot 12, Bk. 22... i...;....;........
. Thompson Henrietta Myrtle  .Lot 4, Bk. 29.	
Ohman Frank Lot 2, Bk. 31.;-.-.....;.......	
Mo.ren Charles '.,...��� Xhot 1, Bk. "B".. 7; ;...;...
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, New York Addition, Map 58.
Erickson J. ...  .Lot 4, Bk7l6'.......;..'................ -
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, Golden Eagle Addition, Map 184. -
Moore Mrs. Hilda ...".- ...........Lots -1 and 2, Bk. 1......;..........
SUMMIT TOWNSITE, Map 79.
McAullife George 7................... Lot 5, Bk.  39 X.:.............
Crown  Granted  Lands, Similkameen Division of Yale District. _
Boundary Mining &:Exploration. Co. ...194, Ac Pt Lot 422, Class ','B'* Coal-'"
Land ...........7........
Boundary Mining & Exploration Co. ..335 Ac. Pt. Lot 637............../...;'.'....u.:+
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G. AE. SHAW
.;: 7    CIVIJL-ENGINEER... '7
.,;DOMINION  AND. -BRITISH 7
COLUMBIA.LAND. SURVEYOR
Cawston
B.C
C, 1ft MEGGITT
GRAND FORKS; B.O,
Dealer in Farm Produce, Railroad Ties.
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts; Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with tne,   Have a" buyer for-; good ranch
������'.���"-���'.-J.LAND'"ACT-" ���'.-;,--'���,:���"���-7
NOTICE OF - INTENTION TO APPLY TO
PURCHASE LAND
Similkameen Lacd District. Recording Dls&ict
''ofSimilkameen,and situate to tfie North-
Esst of Loss Lake, Greenwood Electoral
. .District, and adjolaiat tbe Nortb-East side
.:,. of Emerald Mineral Claim L822, and Gem
Mineral Claim L8 % 3.    .
;" TAKE NOTICE that I,'.' .WinCim j.
Preuderg-ast, of Grand Forks,-B.C., ocenpation
steam eagiueer, intend to apply for permission
to-purchase the following-described lands:
- "Commencing- at a post planted at th��
SotttB-East corner of. Emerald Mineral Claim
X,ot S22, ttiiace Northerly 40 chains; thence 40
chains in. an Easterly direction; thence 40
chains in a Southerly direction; thence' 40
chains. In a "Westerly direction to point of commencement, containing-160 acres more or less
WIIAIAM'J. PRENDERGAST,
Sept. 3rd, V>70 ,     Applicant
H McKEE
'GREENWOOD
7 i     Dealer in
wooo
Orders Promptly Filled
'     : JOHN GRASSICK.:.- 7
. -"-;-' -Watclitnaker and Jeweler      -   :
X ''XX. "' . QRAND FORKS? '.7 ~.
Mail your. watch-Jor Repair, and I will
:- mail it back.   Charges.are moderate. /.
TIMBER SALE X 2052
ADVERTISEMEHT
Sealed.tenders will be received by the .Minister of Lands not latefcthau noon on the 21st
day of October, 1920, for tbe parcHase-of 1,1-
ceuce X20S2, to cot 501,000 feet of Yellow Pine,
-Tamarac and Fir, and ��.300 Ties on aa area
adjoining Lot 731s> near Westbrldee, SlraUka-
mcen District. 7-., ���'      ������7. --���- ��� 7
.^Two (2) years will' be. allowed - for femoral
of timber.        !.-     '-. ".     .  ������ ... '*-,..'
' -Further particulars of the Chief Forester,
Victoria, B. C, or District Forester, Nelson,
B.C.    -'-.   '  -'-    "-.���-.;. ---.'*    - -.   "--.
DR. J. M, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
... Announces.
That he has located at Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block,
.   Residence   -   Dr, Maclean's House
Office Phone' 90. .   Residence Phone 69
DR. L. F. TEP00RTEN
DENTIST
AH Work Guaranteed
p7o. EOXI4S.   ' ~ TELEPHONE 92
Morrison Block, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
CLOTHES CLEANED "'.".'
PRESSED AND REPAIRED!
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
ooo^ooooooooooooooooooooocT
J.AHD REGISTRY ACT
-    , tN THE MATTER OF^Lot 1230. Croup
: 1. Slmiikameea Olvfsldfi cf Yaic District,
yy known ��s the Butte City Mlaeral Clatai.
.- NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that it is
myiotentiott at the expiration of one month
from the first pnblication hereof, to issaednp
lieate Certificate of Title to said lands issued to.
Mary Garland, ttflderNo. 333"<a, nnless in the
meantime! BhsM receive valid objection, thereto ia writing-. - ;'"""��� .-, .-*--'',; -'.������.-..'";,.' - ., -"".'- ., ,'-.
.,- DATED at Kamloops, B. C. this 8tii day,
oTSeptember, 192a      ^ .'���        7 -. ���";.   '' ��� "���
���X- X XX ..     ~&.. Ji. CSAIG7::   -:,;;' Zr\
"y.y'X:   .7 '-7 .'.'-district .Eejcistrar of Titles.'
TIMBER SALE X 2610
ADVERTISEMENT,...--,.
; Sealed .tenders will be received by the Min.
ister of.Lands not later than oocm on the 21st
day of Octobe'r 1930, for tiie porchase of Xicence
X2610, to cat 28,000 feet of Fir and Tamzrac
Ties, on an area' adjoining,.Lot 1723s, near
Beaverdell, Similkameen District.
'"��� - Two (2) years -will be allowed for removal
of timber. '. '���       ;-,,'---    ������'-.- :    '���   .
'_ Pnrther'particulars-"of th��Chief Fore��<er,
Victoria, - By C, or- District forester,' Kelson,
B.C.-'. -7j-.;--.--".'-. .- -���-���,-:���'��� -'
Get your job priatiag kt lhe
Ledge, before the paper Is all
gone. -''/  ;   ..7-:   ... >  ~ ,-y.-X.
NEW  HARNESS   SHOP
I have opened anew harness shop and
am prepared to make hames? to order
and to do all kinds of repair, work.: Shop.
equipped with modern machinery.   All
iprorlc guaranteed....      .*���.,_
C. A. CRAWFORD. .;.'. GRAHD FORKS
x    ASSAYER
S.XW.  WIDDOWSOW, Assayer and
Chemist, Box nisoS, Nelson, B.7C.
Chaiges:���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
|i.aS each. ' Gold^SiiYer $1.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead $3.00. Silver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc fe.oo.
Charges for other metals, etc., on application...';     - '.    ���-.-���"     .-"  ���'
MATTHBWS BROS.
.'X GRAND  FORKS Xy   '
Agent* for" Chevrolet, Dodge,' Hc^pn,
Chalmets. Cadillac cars, and Republic
track motors. Garage in cosnedtion. ���ir ���:���'.'
SUPPLEMENT TO THEJXEDGE, GREENWOOD, B.C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 192Q.
Western Float
The by-election in Yale is set for
November 22.
The population of the United
States is placed at 105,000,000.
Apples are being shipped from
Grand Forks to the Old Country.
Southern Alberta will ship about
1.450,000-pounds of wool this year.
Leghorn pullets were recently
shipped from Cowichan to Honolulu.'
. .. /
The Vancouver night school  is
now prepared to handle 2000
pupils.
' Peddlers hawking their wares
have to pay a $50 license in Grand
Forks. - ������ v
Nearly half the fishf catch of
Canada is caught in British Columbia waters.
Three Ottawa physicians were
fined $6000 for having made false
income returns.
J. D. Isaac, a Vancouver man,
waB accidentally killed while hunting in Manitoba;
Msjor D. A. Mackay, a well
known building contractor of Vancouver, died last week.
Mr. Huntley, an aged Mara
citizen, died of wounds received in
Bn attack by a Jersey bull, last
month.
While looking for some stolen
meat at Molsen, Joetice McKee
found the meat .and also three
bottles of booze.
A carload of 79 hogs, shipped
last month from Vernon to Vancouver, realized 83,559, the price
'being 21|- cents per. pound, f.o.b.
Vernon.
The Canadian Electro Leather
Industries .Company is contemplating tbe erection of a tannery
near North Vancouver. It. will
cost about $30,000.     .
A  "moonshine", distillery   was
found in operation in Earl Walker's house in  Molson last month.
. This is Walker's.second attempt at
rnnning a distillery . in  that town.
About 75 Spokane merchant
visited Grand Forks last month..
They  were   very   much put  put
-when- their -time'- was - limited- to
about an hour in   the. Canadian
. city. . 7" - ;-_.
Mr. ahd Mrs. A.  Mc Alpine and
son,Hu8aelI, motored from D.etroife,
- Mich., tb Chilliwack, a distance of
^3,375 miles.    They have come to
the Chilliwack valley with the idea
of locating.
A plum of the Climax variety,
: weighitig 5i- ounces and measuring
.  seven inches-in  circumference ..was
picked recently on theraneh  of F.
E. Archer, at Kaslo.. The monster
fruit was .beautifully colored and
7 luscious in flavor.  7  .     -,;"���      ;- y ������'
All passengers entering Canada
by-Brttnh Columbia ports must be
7vaccinated beforeJandirig,; whether.
-  they .eouie to-the Dominion for the
, first time or.already resident with*
in.it7.nt11 ess they  can  show, eyi\
, derice that they have already been
successfully;vaccinated. ;���;
'-'-'-. The 3920 talmdn pack of Alaska,
.British ^Columbia,..Paget Sound
and the Columbia river section will
total 6,055,000 cases.7valued:. at
approximately ,��60,000,000.7;-The
pack will -'\"ehb.w' .'a -decrease pi
1,744,338 ��� caees. from last yeAris
;'" total. -':X-'Xy "-������'''-X-'y-:., Xyii -.'   '���".
.-The corner; stone  of   the   new
Boys';;   Industrial    Home,   which
\  will be the. most   modem  of   its
kind in Canada, was laid.on September 30th  at Essondale.    Hon.
7W.L.  Mackenzie King. ..Premier
. Oliver and Hon. Mr.  Farris: took
paft in the ceremony.
The death  has occurred at Mid-
hurst,-Sussex, England,  of George
Richard Langford;: .the, firai while
7.-:nian^born; on> VancqaVer:. Island,
, thatCeyeafcjc��curring- in: 1851 >6
-; 'Governor  Blaachard's    honae _in
-Victoria.    He. left: the coast; in
1861 aad  only  rsriaiied   British
Cotambia once, nine jean ago.
Canada's-Waterways
Canada's Great Lake steamboats'
make up the most wonderful short
trip fleet in'the world.
This fact has been established to
the satisfaction of practically every
naval expert, but this iB scarcely
realized by the vast majority of
Canadians, Rivera throughout the
world play a very important part
in the Marine industry, and in
Canada a chain of Lakes is at the
disposal. , Those who think Winnipeg is far inland should change
their view point slightly wheu.they
are 7 reminded that Winnipeg 7 is
only 400 miles from Great Lake
steamboats. Montreal and Quebec are coupled with the famous
St. Lawrence river, while Toronto
and all the Great Lake ports are in
touch vfrith the open waters of the
Atlantic, through the same artery
of transportation.
Canada has also some of the 'finest
natural harbors in the world. At
Halifax and St. John's as: well
as Quebec and Montreal, all
the world's^ largest- freight, and
passenger steamers call for cargoes.
Ninety per cent of-the ocean going
vessels could traverse the Great
Lakes if the Welland Caaal and
St. Lawrence were deepened at a'
few points, and the "romance of
���"Winnipeg-by-the-sea" would become a reality..
Support the Navy League campaign, which will be inaugerated
for a week beginning Oct. 18,
means encouraging national and
imperial development of this character.
PHONE   13
Auto   and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains"
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary
Light and Heavy Draying 1
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.C.
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
TREMONT HOTEL
NELSON. B.C.'
Nicely furnished rooms, by the*
day, Aveek or month
F. Nilson
Proprietor
Culamccn Betel
PRINCETON, B.C.
.   . One of the largest hotels in' -
the city.   Beautiful location,       \
fine rooms and tasty meals.
A  O.JOHNSON
Proprietor
NEW GRAND! HOTEL Q
616 Vernon St.. Nelson
Brick building and finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERC    -   -  Proprietor
A. HIGGINBOTHAM
(Expert Optician) ,. .
GRADUATE
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
K. W. C Block        -      -     Nelson
J, P. MORGAN
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
-  Horses,  Cattle;  Etc.
BAKER STREET.
NELSON
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND    -
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
FRONT ST..      NELSON,.   BOX 865
Old newspapers for sale at
The Ledge office.. Get some before they are all gone.
. It is an- enormous task today, for manufacturers of telephone"
equipment'to maintain an adequate output. They are always behind in their orders, owing to the shortage of workers, raw materials, inefficient transportation and other causes. In the meantime.
Central is supplying service'with the means at her disposal. She
is working harder than ever,-realizing that the telephone is a great
factor in social and business, life.'-To her belongs the credit of
assuming greater burdens'because of shortage of equipment. When
you telephone, think of her asid what she is doing.
First-class
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�����?  The onlyr up/'tp/date Hotel in tlie interior^
""&"-' ���" ���' ���'-.��� ���    '.������".'-"-���"'in every respect,;-.
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CENTRALLY LOCATED
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Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and felephoiie in:
; each roasi.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
W  SAM RLE ROOMS
:._������:SteamHea.t^rSlectric.Righted..   7 ,.-���;,. -X.y'.-X'
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RATES $1.00 per day aud up; European Plan.
Synopsis of
Land kci Amendments
Mlnlmum'prico of first-class land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to
��� $2.60 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined . to surveyed lands only.   ���-'-.-
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
ind 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 eaoh making
necessary improvements on respective
claims. '��� v    .'  '    ...
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
Ave years and mak�� Improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 6 acres,
. before receiving Crown Grants
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 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 applicant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per annum and records same each
year. ��� Failure to make improvements
or \record same will operate a3 f or-
teiture. Title cannot be obtained in
less than 6 years, and improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 yea^s are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown .'��� grant
may record another pre-emption,- if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made'
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. ���    '
UnsUrveyed areas, not exceeding 20
fcores, may be leased as homesites;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and industrial purposes
areas exceeding '640 acres may be
(eased by one person or company. -
Mill, factory or industrial sites on
timber land'not  exceeding . 40  acres
.may be purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
��� conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price. Is made. ��� ��'')
PRE-EMPTORS'     FREE     GRANTS
V ACT.
The scope of thla Act la enlarged to
Include all persona joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The
��� time within which the heirs or devisees
of a .deceased1 pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Aot ls extended
- from for one year from the death of
such person, as formerly, until one
year after the oonolusion of the present
war. This privilege is also made retroactive.
No fees relating.to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 20, 1918.
Taxes are remitted for five years.
Provision for return of moneys ac-.
crued, due and been paid since August
4, 1914, on account of payments, feel
or taxes'on soldiers' pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchase-
town or city lots held by. members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
dlraot or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to Maroh 21, 1920. q - *
SUB-PURCHASER* OF CROWN
LAND8.
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchasers of
Crown Lands.' acquiring rights from
purchasers who - failed to complete
purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes.. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original par- -
~ eel, purchase price due and taxes may
be distributed proportionately over
whole are*.. Applications must. be
made by May 1. 1924.
V " '       QRAZINO.   * -*
Grazing Act, 1919, for    systamatlo
development of livestock industry pro- -
video for gracing-districts and range
' administration   under   Commissioner.
: Annual' grazing .permits issued. based
on numbers ranged; priority for established owners.- Stock-owners may
form Associations for range management.   Free, or partially free, permits
' for settlers, campers or. tr��v*u��rs, up
to Un head. ; to  ������
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GREENWOOD, B.C.
The WINDSOR HOTEL is heated with steam
and. electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home ^for tourists and travellers. Touch the
wire if you wane rooms reserved. The buffet is
replete with cigars, cigarettes, cooling beverages,
buttermilk and ice-cream.
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Laco Tungsten Lamps
25 to 50 Watt Lamps���50c each, '
.100 Watt Lamps���$1.25 each,
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts   -   v,-,   $1.25each
100    ������ ������ *   -    -   2.00 ���'
200  �����������   ���   ���   ,    3.50 ��""
Greenwood Gity Waterworks Co.
Shamrock Brands
HAM,  BACON  and  LARD
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS
P, Burns & Co,/  Ltd,   Nelson, B, G
^5W^55l?i^3^53?3S��S?^^W3^S>3^53^S
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
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_ _;_. . y_ _. _Offices,_Smelting and Refining Department, i7__'!-_:
...   .TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA    ���
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers   of   Gold,.  Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig  Lead  and Zinc
-���-'������-'��� .. ('TADANAC" BRAND
y    The MineralsPrpyiip
'���X ,���;'.'; xiySiX; VV^:T6-END;OF^pECEiyiBER,:19^19.;{;-^
-���;- 7   Has produced Minerals valued as foilbwsV   Placer.Gold; 375,722,603; Lod6
Goldj S10p;27-2;431; SUver,-850,432,304;Lead S43.S21,10G; Copper,. SI 53,680,965; .-
... Other 'Metals' (Zinc,-Iron,   etpO, Si6,81S,4S7;. CoaV Vnd-Coke,; 819.9,123,323;.;.
.Building Stone,  Brick.  Cemenfe, etc.,   ��29,991,757; Miscellaneous Minerals; etcV,.
:-.-'S785',91S; making ita Mineral. Producfeionto ihe end of 1919 show; an:     X'Xy -.--X
ggregate Value of
for Year Ending Decemberrl^
; The" Micing Laws of fehis..Province are more liberal.and fehe'.fees lower,
than those of any other Province in the. Dominion, or any colony, in fehi^ British
Empire.. .... ,     ��� .'"'.-"...        .    " -':--   .
Mineral locations are granted tip discoverers for nominal fees.
;     Absolute  Titles are  obtained  by developing snch properties, the secarity  v;        -'
of. which is gaaratiteed by Crown Granfis. r
Fall information, together with mining Seporte and Maps,^ may.be obtained
gratis by addressing���    .... -.xyi;.X-.i; XX. iii
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