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Tt&  OLDEST  MIHIHG  CAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXVI.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19.  1920
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and attractive by filling it with some
of our choice and elegant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures.
Use our Crockery. Granite and Tinware nin your kitchens
ana dining rooms
Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28.       . CREENW00D. B.C.
"STORE OF QUALITY"
We carry a large line of
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
GROCERIES
���     AND
HARDWARE
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
No. 32
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By Just Arrived ~l
Kippered Herrings, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Haddie,
Sable Fish, Salt God
Layer   Figs,   Dates,   Peels,   Currants,   Raisins   and
all   kinds   of   Nuts
Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
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Independent Meat  Market
GREENWOOD, B.C.
BEEF, VEAL, PORK, POULTRY and FISH
HAM. BACON, ETC.
Phone 5 MEYER & WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
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i buy;and sell any mining
OR INDUSTRIAL STOCK LISTED ON ANY EXCHANGE.
I   WILL   BUY   ANY   AMOUNT
OF ANY   ISSUE OF  THE   DOMINION   OF    CANADA   WAR
LOAN
D. ST. DENIS
P. O. Box 1102      -      Nelson,n3.C
Best prices paid for raw furs
G. GLASER
Manufacturing Furrier
Guaranteed High Class Furs
Nice selection kept in,stock and made to
order from selected-skins
Customer's furs made up.   Remodeled
"and repaired
Skins dressed and mounted ;at
reasonable prices ^
416 Ward Street Nelson, B.C.
Laco Tungsten Lamps
15 to 60 Watt Lamps���50c each.
100 Watt Lamps���$1.25 each.
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts
100    ��
200   ��
'   <>   $1,25 each
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3,50 "
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J, P. MORGAN
Dealeri i 11 Second-hand'"Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, 'Sacks,
. Horses,  Cattle,  Etc.
BAKER'STREET.
NELSON
Batteries Charged Repaired and Storecf for Winter
| Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
JONH   DUNLOP   CO.
IN VESTS! tvT SECURITIES^ ~ ~*
421 Baker Street
NELSON,   B. C.
Stocks. Bonds, Notes and Debentures.
Dr. Driver has located in Phoenix. ������"''��� 'N'.
Fresh  Cream  Cheese  at  Rendell's Store. '  ;
^V. PI. Rambo was in town last
week from Beaverdell.
R. Campbell is wprkiug on the
high power line near Hedley.
D. R. McElmonj watchmaker
and Jeweller,. Greenwood,   B.   C.
A local of tlie United Farmers
was organized in Grand Forks,
last week.*- ���
Wm. Jenks has sold his ranch
near the Providence mine to A.
N. Mowat. ;; '
'John White, formerly of the
Jewel mine, is taking up a salesmanship course in Vancouver.
i
A. J. Morrison of the Ptovi-
dence mine, is atteadingsthe mining-convention in Spokane., this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. L., E. Brawders
aud family, returned this week
from a two months' visit in Van-
couver.
The poles of lhe high power
line of the S. K. P, L. Co.," are
now set to within five miles of
Hedley.
Born.���To Mr. and Mrs. Br
W. Bubar, of Beaverdell, at the
Penticton Hospital on Feb. 12th,
a daughter.       ^ "
Have your eyes attended to at
once. 'We have both shell and
gold rimmed glasses. We can fit
you.   Goodeve" Drug Store.
- E. L. Steeves,, 'of the Main
Kettle river, who4,was injured,
recently, is steadily recovering
in the Grand Forks hospital
WHEN IN NELSON CALL AT
MEAGHER &  G o.-, 511 Baker Sfc
For High Class ��� Dry Goods, and Ladies Ready to
Wears and Millinery
We  Always  Show  The  Newest  First
MAIL  ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY
CUT  GLASS  SILVERWARE
and JEWELLERY
In Great Variety
Suitable For Presents
Approbation parcels of any line of ray
goods sent upon request
Watch repairing attended to in a prompt
and efficient manner.
TIMBEFLAKE,  SON & CO.
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
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RISK'S HOTEL
MIDWAY, B,C.
Tasty meals and'comfortable rooms.    Meals served at any time.
Sample rooms for drummers.    Soft drinks, cigars and cigarettes.
Pool hall in connection,
W. D. RUSK - - - PROPRIETOR
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UNPREPAREDNESS
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A bank .account is an assistant
in character building. It establishes the
confidence, independence and pride which
increases effort and paves the way to success.
Open an account to-day and be
prepared.   >�� 7*a
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
PAID-UP CAPITAL      "-       I       $15,000,000
RESERVE FUND -        -,      $15,000,000
GREENWOOD BRANCH, H. E. Brawders, Manager.
WANTS. ETC.
For Sale ���~Willys-Kmght
Four 1916 Touring Car, also
Overland 1914. model, ~ Enquire
Dan Biner, Phoenix, B.C.
Sheet Music
Latest Popular Song Hits
10 for $1.50 postpaid
Largest  line  sheet   music  in   interior
of B. C.
WRITE   US���WHAT  YOU   WANT
WE'LL, DO THEJIEST
SINGER���MUSIC STORE
GRAND FORK��
WE DYE CLOTHES
GOOB WORK       -       PRICES RIGHT
Write for Prices
Modern Cleaners & Dyers
P- O. Box 152
GRAND FORKS
The  Ledge has always  room
for one more ad.
Kodaks, fall line of Films
and Supplies at
Goodeve Drug Store
Arnold Carter and Miss Lillian
Davis, of Grand Forks, were
married in Vancouver last month.
They will reside in Kamloops. /
We are unloading- today another
car' of Royal Household flour,
wheat, shorts, oats, cracked corn
and chick food.    G. A. Rendell.
RovJDavidson, of Peachland, is
the guest of J. H. Goodeve. Ro?
saw much service overseas and
was a member of the 102nd Battalion.
H. A. Ford, who has been relieving I/. E. Brawders, manager
of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, left on Thursday morning
for Kamloops. 	
Harry Bryan was taken to the
Grand Forks hospital on Thursday, and was operated on for
appendicitis, the following day.
Harry is doing nicely.
Fresh vegetables are very
scarce and dear, but you can get
the best of c?.nned tomatoes, corn,
peas and beans at reasonable
prices at Rendell's store.
Geo. Boug and Chas. Hamar-
stadt recently arrived from Lightning Peak. The snowfall at the
Peak is light this winter, there
being only 2% feet as compared
to 7 feet last season.
. W. T. Myers, of Grand Forks,
will be the new manager of the
dancing pavilion at Christina
Lake. Mr. Meyers has taken a
two-year lease on this pr��Perty
from the Biner's of Phoenix. -
Jim Graham's' house ig Dead-
wood was destroyed by fire on
Friday last. Jim was out on his
trap line when the fire occurred,
Mrs. Graham and daughter being
at home. They were .unable to
save anything. The cause of the
fire is unknown.
In a-recent hockey game in
Kaslo, the K. of C. of Nelson de-
defeated ��� the home team by a
score of 10-8. Hugh Nelson, a
former Greenwood boy, scored
7 out of- 8 goals for the Kaslo
team. In the write-up oa this
game the Kootenaian says:
"Hugh-Nelson -is one of the best
centers in the interior, and could
easily have scored twenty goals
had he been fed by the wings
and cover, instead of the long
shots."
Boug-Hewer
The marriage took place on Monday, Feb. 16fch afe 11 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Keady,
in Anaconda, of G-. 8. Boug,'and
Mrs. Nellie Hewer, both ��� well-
known in Greenwood. The bride
looked lovely in a very becoming
blue silk dress. Tha groom was
dressed iu a smart suit of brown.
Rev..E. G. Smythe performed the
ceremony. Mrs. Keady attended
the bride, while Mr. Keady gave
fehe bride in marriage and acted as
best man.
At 8 p." m., a card party  was
held  in   the   Lodge room of fehe
Masonic ball, in honor of fehe newly
wedded couple.    As the  Pythian
Sisters-were not able to go  around
aud invite all   their  friends, they
thought ife besfe on Monday morning
to liave the party open to fehe public. Over 50 people were present at
this enjoyable affair, who spent the
evening at 500, and the winners in
this card game were:   First prize,
ladies,  Mrs.  A.  Morrison;  booby
prize,   ladies,  Mrs.    Fraser;   firsfe
prize, genfes, J. Keady; booby prize
gents, G. Boug.    The game of putting the tail on the donkey was
well contested, and fehe prize  was
won by G. Boug.
At 11 o'clock a dainty sapper
was served1 in the banquet hall, at
which the good  wishes of G. A.
Rendell, R. Lee and many others
were expressed, after which all sang
"He's A Jolly Good Fellow." The
bride and groom replied in a suitable manner.    At  11.45 -the bride
cut the  Pythian   Sister   wedding
cake and" passed it' "toieach[guest.
The bride was then presented with
beautiful   gifts   from:     Mr.   and
Mrs. R.   Lee and  Miss   Georgina
Lee, Mr.  and Mrs.   Legault, "Mr.
and   Mrs.   Sater,   Mr.   and  Mrs.
Fraser, Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
J.   Docksteader,    Mr.   and   Mrs.
Goodeve,   Mr.  and  Mrs. - Keady,
Mr. and  Mrs.   Granberg, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Morrison, J. D. Morrison,
Pythian Sisters.
The many friends of the newly
married pair will join with The
Ledge in wishing them every happiness and prosperity.
I Western Float I
F.I.   Buteau,  an  old  timer of
Kaslo died lasfe week.
The Princeton Star installed a
linotype machine last week.
- An effort is being made to revive the defunct. Penticton band.
There are 890 names on the
Allies list of German war criminals.
Slocan lake will be re-efeocked
wifeh trout from the Gerrard hafech-
ery.
According feo the latest statistics,
there are 105,998 Indians in all
Canada.
John Horton, retired Canadian
Pacific/ gardner, died iu Nelson
this month.
Kelowna has had an X-ray
machine installed in the hospital
of that town.
Wood pulp is being used extensively in the making of fences in
Newfoundland.
This season, 100,000 poles will
be cut iri the district between Nelson and Waneta.
Daring* the latter part of January the Kaslo-Ainsworth wagon
road was"opened for traffic.
ThiB Summerland Board of Trade
are making a great effort to regulate, the travel of T. B, sufferers.
There are four C. P. R. employees on the Council in Revelstoke���
fewo engineers and fewo conductors.
1 Over' 2,000,000 long distance
telephone calls were handled on the
Alberta telephone system last year.
By spring there will be about
1200 to 1500 men working on construction in the vicinity of Princeton.
L The Presbyterianfe- are "-in'-good
standiug in Penticfeon. They have
a balance of $481 in a bank in fehat
city.
Rev. Fred Graham claims to
have married 316 couples and taken
256 burials during his 18 years
in Nelson.
Mining News
The Silver Standard, New Hazelton, shipped 30 tons of ore feo the
Trail smelter this month.
J. J. Malone will resume operations on the Twelfth of July group
at Slocan City, in the spring.
The Sally at Beaverdell shipped
41 tons of ore to the Trail smelfeer
during the first seven days of this
month.
i>
The Hope ^Prospectors' Union
was organized this month. Hope
is becoming the main mining and
shippiug centre for a large diotrict
that will shortly become a heavy
shipper of silver, gold and copper
ores.
The famous Jingle Pot coal mine
at Nanaimo, closed for good last
week. It is doubtful whether at
any time in the history of coal
mining in Canada a mine of such
small area has proved as productive as the old Jingle Pofc. The
property contained 71 acres, was
opened in 1907, and up to the time
of closing had produced 800,000
tons of excellent; coal or an average of 1000 tons to the acre.
A Hope report says, afe the present feime two mines, the Silver
Daisy and fehe Emancipation, are
getting out ore for shipment and
the owners of the Eureka; Messrs.
Sperry and White, are getting their
property into shape and expecfe
30on to be in the shipping class.
This "company is also developing
the Silver Creek waterpower pro--
position with fehe intention of using the power to develop the mine
and run fche tramway.
Three thousand cords of BhiDgle
bolts, is the estimated outpufc for
this year afe the shingle mill at
Trout Lake.
Success
\ ��� -
No man- can succeed without
work. The man who works constantly and thinks how to improve
his work always is bound to reach
that happiness called success. If
some men would think as hard
about their work as they do how
to get oufe of working, they would
soon be in a position�� where they
bidn'i have to wark .at all. No
social scheme can alter this. The
man who does not fully realize his
responsibility to hard work iB on
the desert island of failure.
.A Summer Story
, Edith was admiring her new
summer frock, "Isn't ife wonderful," she said, "thafe all this Bilk
comes r from an insignificant
worm!"
"Edith, is ife necessary to refer
to yonr father in that way?" "her
mother inquired, reproachfully. -
Word has been received from
the Customs' Department in
Ottawa, that the office in Greenwood will be maintained.
- A regular meeting of the
Boundary branch of the G. W.
V". A. will be held on Friday,
Feb.,20th at 8 p.m. A full attendance is requested as the news
of the sawmill has been received.
Important" business relating to
other matters will also be brought
up.
The provincial police capfeured a
whiskey manufacturing plant in
Cumberland, lasfe week, which was
run by a Jap.
Enderby claims to have the
strongest "local of ~the _ Ur~F.~~df
B.C. The memberhip total is 100
with morejn sight.
Mrs- Emmeline Papkbursfe, the
famous suffragist, is expected to
take up residence for an indefinite
period iu "Victoria.
Long lake near Vernon is^ frozen
out for a considerale distance from
the shore and skaters have been
taking advantage of the fine ice.
Over thirty million board feet of
lumber will be cut in the Big
River district, northwest of Prince
Albert, Saskatchewan, fehis year.
E. W. Mutch has taken the place
on the Penticton council, of R.
McDonald, who was forced to resign through a technical disqualification.
J. A. Mara died in Victoria last
week. He was a pioneer of the
Kamloops ^district, and at one time
represented Yale-Cariboo in the
federal parliament.
The moral reformers on fehe
Council iu Cranbrook are making
a great effort to clean up thafe city.
A thiid policeman will be pnt on
duty, and the water supply will be
increased.
The soldier settlers moved on to
their 20-acre lota at Lister last
week. For the jJasfc six months
fehe intending farmers have been
living in a temporary village near
tbe settlement office.
The Vanconver polo four, captained by T. B. Jenkinson, defeated the Coronado team at San
Diego; CaL, on February 7, by 6
is to 3. Captain Jenkinson
scored four of the goals of the winners.
The gold mining companies of
Northern- Ontario are -today receiving about 04 arionnce premium
on gold produced. \This added
revenue is due feo the sale of their
product at a premium of 18 per
cent, in the United States. In the
case of the Hollinger, where about
824,300 is being produced daily,
the receipts'of 83.70 an ounce premium amounts to an extra $136,-
738.12 monthly, or an added net
revenue at fehe rate of 81,640,857,-
50 annually.
Sfeeelite, a steel alloy in the
manufacture of which cobalt, the
metal, plays an important parfe, is
coming in for increased  use in fehe
manufacture of high  speed   tools	
and" cuttlery. ~ This has led to a
revival of interest in some of the
outlying properties on which silver
values are too low for profitable
mining, but where wide veins of
cobalt occur. With silver averaging over 81.30 an ounce, the'
mine workers of Cobalt are receiving an aveiage of over 85 a
day. Machine runners receive 84
a day plus a bonus of 25 cents a
shift when silver averages 80 cents
an ounce or over, and an additional
bonus of 25 cents a shift for each
10 points above SO cents an ounce.
Thus, with silver at 81.30 an
ounce, the bonus amounts to $1.50
a day plus the regular wage of 84.
As long as quotations for silver remain high, no further labor trouble
is anticipated in Cobalt.
The Zigzag Boy  and   Girl
I know a little zigzag boy,
Who goes this VW13' aad that;
He never knows just where he puts
His coat, his shoes, or hat. ,,
I know a little zigzag girl,
Who flutters here and there;
She never knows just where to find.
Her brush to fix her hsir. '
If you. are not a zigzag child,
You'll have no cause to $&y
That you forgot, tor you will know
Where things are put away'. -
"     " ���Selected
A Veteran
Father���My dear, if I should die
penniless, are you well prepared to
fight your way in the battle of
life?        , - ���
Daughter��� I think so, father;
I've been through three engagements already. "
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Itched and Burned, Scarcely Slept. Cuticura Heals.
"Pimples affected my face. They
were largc. and c.hvsy3 festered, and
���y>r. they were scattered aU over
������y��), my i*^ They afterwards
[turned into scales and
when they fell off they
left big marks until my
'*&y " *3ce was disfigured. They
'Sr itched and burned so that
I scarcely slept ot all.
"I had been bothered for nearly
two months before I started using
Cuticura, and after I had used three
boxes of Cuticura Ointment with the
Cuticura Soap I was completely
healed." (Signed) Miss L. Burns,
St. Bazile, Que,, June 6, 1918.
Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment end
Talcum for all toilet purposes.
For frec'samplc rnch of Cuticura Soap, Olnt*
ment and Talcum addresa pose-curd: "Cetle&TA,
Dept. A, Boston. U. S. A."   Sold everywhere.
Life in the Old Land Yet
Filled with admiration as al! Canadians wcrc by thc wonderful achievements of Great Britain during' the
war, and proud that thc Old Land
stood ready to sacrifice anything ancl
everything to win victory for liberty,
humanity and civilization, many people were apprehensive that when the
war was over Briiain would bc so financially weakened, and so disorganized industrially, thatr- it would havc
permanently lost its outstanding
position among the nations of the
world; that, in a word, British preeminence in finance, shipping and
world trade would have passed beyond recall to the United  Slates.
In order to carry on the war, Great
Britain not only spent huge sums herself, but loaned hundreds of millions
to nations upon rather doubtful security. In order to do tliis the Old
Land disposed of her foreign-held
securities, which constituted one of
thc large sources of her national income, and from being a lending nation
became a borrowing one, obtaining
enormous sums from the United
States. In many quarters it was confidently predicted lhat, as a result,
New York and not London wou!d be
the future financial centre of the
world.
During     the War  Britisii   shipping
was  destroyed  by   the   piratical  submarines faster than  new ships could
bc built, while'practically all the shipping in  existence was diverted from
mercantile "to war-purposes."    Coincident    with  this,- thc    United  States,
which.prior lo  the war had" no mer-
' canlilc marine worlhy'lhe name, seized  tlic   occasion' to   embark  upon  a
��� great-' Government   shipbuilding   pro-
.grain, 'and' in addition- it "secured .the
'nucleus of'-'a mercantile.'marine from
, the seizure of interned German ships.
In   the   third   place,   thc   whole   of
Great Britain's great, industrial enterprises were diverted from usual peacetime manufacture ahd ."mobilized  for
the   manufacture   of; munitions- and
other war'material, while, during the
- years'-from; August; 4,, 1914; until'ilie
-United- Statcs entered, the war in
~April,,  1917,'.-the   latter- country   was
busily engaged in manufacturing, supplies of all .kinds at large .profits for
the belligerent' nations of-Europe,"
thus gaining enormously" "at' a; time
when Great Britain's industries were
devoting   dll   their   activities   to   war
- work.      '-,'."     ",    " '-' .'���      '   .:'..' - '
It-was biit natural .that, under- these
"circumstances! roXZny people""should:Uc
: fearful for Great Britain's future. And
���:ain is Lord NorthclifFc, head of the
London Times and a hundred other
daily, weekly and monthly publications. He has avenues of information
open to him which few men in thc
wor'.d enjoy. And Lord NorthclifTe
is the reverse of pessimistic.
In a recent interview with an
American journalist he is more than
optimistic-over the labor situation in
the Biitish Isles, and lays particular
emphasis upon th.e fact that while in
the-United Stales thcy have to deal
with a laryc percentage of foreign-
born workers, Briiish labor is composed overwhelmingly of men and
women of English, Scotch, Irish and
Welsh birth. Great Briiain is solving
her labor troubles upon sound lines
and in an efficient way. Nor does he
fear the competition of cheap labor
ind long working hours in countries
like Japan, where' present conditions,
he says, cannot last. Industrially,
Lord Northcliffc backs the skilled
British workman and mechanic
against  the  world.
In regard to shipping, Lord NorthclifTc is absolutely confident that
Great Britain will retain her supremacy. In this connectioi'.'he says: "Wc
expect vcry heavy competition at sea,
but it is not disturbing our able and
far-seeing shipping men. We rely for
our supremacy in shipping upon our
superior knowledge of a business
which wc havc understood for centuries. Onr people like shipping. Our
people like being at sea. I do not
think you (United Statcs) are going
to get many American seamen from
thc majority of your slates and territories. Why should you? There is
abundant opportunity at higher wages
.Easily and  Quickly Cured with
EGYPTIAN LINIMENT
For Saie by All Dealers
Douglas Si  Co., Prop'ra. Napar.ee, Ont
Oxo Cubes contain the rich nourish"
ment of prime beef in so compact and
convenient a form that they are handy
for use anywhere, at any timc. Just a
cube���hot water���and a biscuit or two
���and a light sustaining meal is ready.
Value of Saskatchewan's
Agricultural Production
A Total Yield of 89,993,685 Bushels of
Wheat Recorded for Last
Season
. The Bureau of Statistics of thc Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture
has just issued thc final estimate of
thc acreage, yield and total production of the grain crops of the province, together with estimates of the
amount of land prepared for crop this
year, and of the number of livestock
in thc province:-
Thc acreage of wheat shows con-
I sidcrablc increase over that of 1918,
being 10,587,363, with an average
yield of 8.5 bushels per acre and a
total production of S9,993,6S5 bushels.
Four million eight hundred aud thirty-seven thousand, seven hundred and
forty-seven acres were sown in oats,
and yielded 23.1 bushels per acre, the
total production being 112,156,969
bushels. Barley was seeded to the
extent of 492,586 acres, and resulted
in a yield of 1S.2 bushels with a total
production    of S,970,501.    Flax    this
jycar was vcry disappointing in yield,
as 929,945 acres only yielded 4.8 bushels per acre, .or a total of 4,489,761
bushels. Winter rye is rapidly coming into favor with Saskatchewan far-
Excellent Educational    ~
Facilities
.. Irrigated Land Brings High Rental
Seven    hundred acres    of irrigated
land near Lethbridge, Alberta,    have
just been leased at a yearly rental of j merSj an(1 thc acrcagc of 190,482
twelve dollars a ycar. That land, shows a good increase over last ycar;
should bc rented at twelve dollars an j and although like other grains "the
acre in a country where fertile farm j yield was disappointing, yet it am-
land can still be bought outright at
this price is a tribute to thc value at
which irrigation in Southern Alberta
is now esteemed. It is reported that
tenants could" easily be found for an
additional  thousand acres of land at
to be had on land, which is not thej this rental if the land were available.
case in a small country like ours.    I j -     '	
do not think you will havc any more
chance of  competing with us  at sea
thau wc have in competing with you
in   the   erection  of  skyscrapers."
Lord Northcliffc advances a further
reason   in   support  of  his   belief  that
ountcd to no less than 2,000,361 bushels, or an average of 10.5 bushels pcr
acre. Thc yield of peas, beans and
mixed grains amounted lo S50.000
bushels. Garden products and potatoes arc valued at $2,639,600, while thc
hay, corn and alfalfa realized 381,400
tons. Perhaps thc most outstanding
feature pf the estimates is the growth
in the value of dairy products.    Bttt-
IDE- UAPPV fUII HREW Itcr' checsc' milk, cream and ice cream
IIUj ii/llTI   UllLuMill  were valued at no less than $16,769,-
  847, and poultry and poultry products
well  child  is always  a happy | at $8,107,000.    The wool clip, a largc
it  is  a��� baby'-j nature to be ! proportion of'>vhieh was marketed by
ALTHY CHILDREN
The
Britain will retain supremacy m world j^ cmi^       Mothers   if, thft DepartmcnV of Agl,cvllUlrc, rcaliz.
vour little ones are cross and peevish , '       ��� b '
and cry a great deal they are not well j ed lhc handsome, sum of ^80,000.
���thcy arc in need of medicine���some- j    In livestock, Saskatchewan has been
thing  that  will  set their bowels and I slcadilv forging ahead, and lodav il
sJ?m,aS,!,'in.,ord.<;r' for ���nin.c-te"ths ofi leads all provinces in thc number of
all childhood   ailments   arise   from   a  , . .   ....      .     ,
disordered   state   of   the  bowels   and j hoises, and is third in llic number of
shipping, a. reason of particular inter
est to Canadians, but an outline of
this, together with his view's on Britain's strong financial position, will be
treated in a subsequent article.
Able at Last
' o
At last the Toronto doctor coughed
gravely.
"I am sorry to tell you," hc said,
'ooking down at thc man in the bed,
"that there is no doubt you are suffering from   smallpox."
The patient turned on his pillow
and looked up al his wife.
"Julia," he said, in a faint voice, "if
any of my. creditors- call, tell them
lhat at'last 1 am in a position to give
them something."
Many   Handsome   and   Commodious
Public Schools in Saskatchewan
The visitor cannot help but be
struck favorably by thc vcry many
handsome and commodious public
schools that meet the eye everywhere
in the province of Saskatchewan; and
the district around Norlh Battlcford
is typical of the whole province.
Norlli'Battlcfoid is thc centre of agricultural education. Thc efforts of the
College of Agriculture of thc Provincial University havc been widely taken
advantage of in this district, with thc
result lhat the sons and daughters of
farmers havc received incalculable
benefit from practical demonstrations
in farming and slock raising. Lectures and the distribution of literature
on slock feeding, grain and forage
production, and other service is given
to the farmers without direct charge.
Gets Instant Relief
After Four Years
HAVE YOU
ASTHMA?
So 7ou endure the misery.
of Asthma wltn. sleoplees
nights, difficult breathing
fend loss of strength? However bad your cJse, quick
relict Is guaranteed by tiie
use of
TEMPLETON'S
RAZ-fViAH
CAPSULES
This preparationlstbere-
suit of years of experimented study. Th
     ��cr
benefit  through Its use.
Ing and study. Thousands
have derived -the greatest
Write for free sample to
Templotons, 112 King St.
W., Toronto.
Sold by reliable druggists
everywhere for &1.04 a box. -
34
TEMPLETON'S
RHEUMATIC CAPSULES
For   fifteen   years   tho   standard
specific for
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Gout
Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuralgia
Many doctors proccrlbo them.
Write to Temiilrtom. Ul Her St. V,'., Toronto, for
true ���niuple. Sold by nllrtlo diu��l<ti eierjwher* for
tl.Oi pei Ui. C9
TORTURED      WOMAN      TRIED
DODD.'S KIDNEY PILLS
I.
stomach. Such a medicine is Baby's
Own Tablets. They are a mild but
thorough laxative which regulate the
bowels, sweeten the stomach, and thus
drive out constipation, colic, indigestion; break'up colds and simple fevers
and-.makc the baby healthy and happy.
Concerning them. Mrs. Albert Hamcl,
Pierreville, Que., writes: ��� "Baby's
Own Tablets arc the best medicine I
know of for little ones. They relieved
my little girl from constipation when
nothing else would and I can strongly
cattle, being surpassed by Onlario
and Alberta. Tlic number of horses
and mules were- 1,092,97-4, and cattle
1,379,563. Sheep number 146,911, and
swine 432,367. The total value of livestock in the province in 1919 is estimated at $268,422,101, as compared
with $264,773,365 in 1918.
The amount of new breaking prepared during 1919'shows a slight decrease compared wilh 1918, no doubt
thc very dry weather experi-
Minard's. Liniment
:-N    COWS..  ���
.Cures  Garget in
Value of Deep Waterways
recommend them   to other mothers." |tillc {0
Thc   Tablets   arc   sold   by   medicine , .    ,, r ,,
dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  cnccd m tl,c n���n Parts of ihcXw0
from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Brockviile, Ont.
���those fears ;wcre. by no "means allayed
. when,   following .the'  armistice,- Que .000.000." and; $150,000,000
���  great strike followed another,in. Bfilr
am,  thus", .retarding  the ��� rapid .recon-
'.struction   of British-'-industry   on'������_ a
peace-time'   basis.:.'.liven ;. today/the
"���unheard of depreciation "of the. British
'.  pound '."'sterling.;,.on;- 'the. ' American
-"money-market's-is regarded .with" nn'xr
"ious Concern' by,people in 'this-vcouu-
.-try.- as. Indicating a ...weakness; in the
.-.Britisii-" position'.'.;" ��� -..'>- ."'" \ '.��� . '
..���'-"-.These .doubts, an.d. fears are'furlhc'i-
'. encouraged 'because--of\ the fact lhat
.   United- States'newspapers a'fid'.-maga-
. zincs,' .filled- with'' flarnboyant.. articles.;
... predicting American- supremacy, in tlic.j.    .Thi;- Anti-SidiUo.u. -bill .-.Passed l
1 \vo'rld;'o��-���'finance;   shipping, - ind.iistfy'��������� (lie Un'iVcd -Stales  Senate, .provides!, a j
' '""and"." commerce;.' arc.',.widely ��� read ��� !iii| Maximum ...penally of a, fine ..of $5,000.-'
Benefit of Opening up the Great Lakes
To Ocean Traffic -
-   The"   convention  of thc  Canadian
Deep Waterways, and Power Association  was opened at Winnipeg, Man.
recently with one hundred delegates
in attendance. -At a luncheon tendered by the Board.of Trade, C. E. Fleming,  of. Windsor,  Ont.,   president  of
the association, spoke of thc immense
benefit that-would accrue to thc whole
of-Canada were thc waters of the up-| !
per St.. Lawrence,   deeper   to   admit   :
ships, of  ocean  draft.-   Wheat  could   \
be-shipped at a-saving of five cents a-j-J
bushel, and; the $5,000,000 to $7,000,-1 |
000.gained  each,ycar thereby, would   T
bc "sufficient to pay interest bn the gi-.j-T
gantic:"project'.-.   ~- .";"":;'"-"""" --.------"_-��� j-i
'The cost'of-deepening thc'.St; Law,T::|
rcricc system would bc'bc'lwccn $100,-
Besidc 'the
benefit"of opening iip'thc Great-Lakes
to ocean traffic", electrical-power developed ' through- the.projcct wpuld-
pay for'-the' entire -cost .of construcr
"tion. ' - .--. "'-". :."...",. - ..;' . .- .'
.The -."United; States was -pledged.'to
"go iutb ilie.sch.cni'C'on "the 'basis-of
fifty" per cent.": of, the cost'of building
and',iua.inleiiaiicc'.;y The cost, to-" Canada would; not; be a -debt., incurred,
but-an' inVe-stmciit -'that ./would .".pay.
more", and '.more each year!"   .'' '.'-,.-.,
The hill people of Assam reckon
timc and. distance by the number of
quids of bclelnuts chewed. According to Washington Irving, the Dutch
colonial assembly was invariably dismissed at the last puff of thc third
pipe of tobacco of Gov. Woutcr Van
Twiller.
Her Exclusive Privilege
You .must not think because a woman abuses her husband shc will permit
vou to do so.���Lifc.
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COAXjEM
Stop.Whipping Bowels
��� into  Actiyity,   but
""'.'���- take"''Cascarets"   "
vincc, the total being 849,759 acres.
Summcrfallow, however, shows a
slight increase oVcr the same period,
4,395,7-16 being prepared. It is iu fall
ploughing lhat tlic mo.sl marked decrease is shown, thc area being only
498,724 acres, Ics? than half of that of
1918.
Kidney  Disease  and  Insomnia   Had
Made Her a Nervous Wreck Till
She Used Dodd's Kidney Pills. __
Dunvcgan, Inverness Co., Jv.S.. Feb.
16.��� (Special.) ���Women    who    are
dragging     wcaiicd     limbs     around,
weighed down  wilh  a  suffering aud
tiredness  that can  find no  rest, will
find sunshine and hope in the message    Catherine    McPherson    of   this
place sends lo them.
"I have just used one box of Dodd's
Kidney Pills," Miss McPherson
stales, "bul they did wonderful good
for mc,
"For ncaily four ycais kidney disease tortured me. It finally developed
into diabetes. I became a nervous
wreck ancl insomnia was added to my
troubles. I was so weak and,tired-and
irritable lhal cvery trifle added to my
discomfort.
"Dodd's Kidney Pills gave-me instant relief. - Thcy .arc a wonderful
medicine. I shall recommend themto
all my friends."
Dodd's Kidney Pills arc purcly a
kidney remedy. Thcy put thc kidneys
in shape to strain all thc impurities
out of lhc blood. That's why thcy
bring health and restful sleep iu their
train.
He Played the Game
Duty Done With' Devotion, and in a
Human and Cheerful
Spirit
Thc Prince of Wales has grown lo
full stature as a  national, and more
than  national,  personality;   and     no
public
the armistice has morc strongly appealed lo thc general imagination than
his visit to Canada, with its memorable conclusion in""the United Statcs.
King George has said of that    four
A Trip to Mars
An Offer to Make thc Journey In A
Rocket
Captain Claude R. Collins, of Philadelphia, has sent to thc Ncw Vork
newspapers a formal offer to permit
himself lo bc iJiot in a rocket from
thc earth to Mars. Uc says hc makes
thc offer "iu the interests of science."
Hc believes the undertaking can bc
carried out, but hc name; several conditions. Jic wants first to bc allowed
to'make a lecture tour of the United
Stales and arouse people lo thc need
for a betier air service; he wants to
bc insured for $10,000, and he also
makes this little stipulation:
"Communication either by radio,
light or other mcans shall be definitely
established with Mars and a rocket
similar to that in which I am to make
the leap must bc constructed and successfully launched and landed on that
planet, previous lo my start."
Double Rent Upon
Natural Gas Locations
Order-iii-Council Gives Greater Con.
trol to Minister of Interior" -
An order-in-council has been gazetted doubling the rental on oil and
natural gas locations in the Western
Provinces, and giving the minister of
the interior greater control over oil
and gas developments. The rental in
future will be fifty cents per aero
for the first year, and one dollar for
each subsequent year, such increase
to apply on all applications submitted after March 1, 1920. Section ^40
of the petroleum and natural gas
regulations is rescinded, and the following clause substituted therefor:
"A company acquiring by assignment or otherwise a lease under the
provisions of these regulations shall
bc a company registered or licensed
iu Canada, and,having ils principal
place of business within His Majesty's
dominions,"
X
Shorn
SHORT OF BREATH
Could Hardly Walk
Without Resting,
When you go to a physician to be
examined for any heart trouble, onc
of the first questions he asks is: "Are
you shoit of breath?"
Now, when the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of a choking sensation, a shortness of breath,
cvent-sincc  the conclusion  of |palpitation, throbbing, irregular beat-
ing, smothering sensation, dizziness
and a weak, sinking, all-gone feeling
of oppression and anxiety.
On the iirst sign of thc heart becoming weakened or the nerves'_ unstrung Milburn's Heart and Nerve
Pills are just the remedy you require.
"GREEN
PLUME"
DRIED FRUITS
Penchd
fears
Figs
Kaistna
Apricots
Prunes
They come' in the 6-lb.
sealed carton from
California to you without touch of human
hands.
Ask your Grocer .for tiienu
DON'T USE THE KNIFE
.-Thafs the barbarous way of treating corns���dangerous, loo���any corn
can bc removed painlessly by Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor in
twenty-four hours. Use only Putnam's Extractor, 25c at all dial ers.   .
How It Works Out
-'IT. -. S:'��� Anti'-Sedition Bill-
Public Sentiment in Favor of Prohibition Strong in U.S.
Speaking al a luncheon given by
thc Right Hon. Lcif Jones, Willis J.
Abbott, onc of lhe editors of Collier's
Weekly, who is in England on a visil
from America., described liis experiences in investigating the working of
prohibition in that country.   "I never
months' progress what all of us haveThc,y regUlate and stimulate the heart,
felt, that thc Prince "played up from
thc beginning to thc cud." There is
no statelier form of 'words which hits
so precisely the mark of meaning for
the Biitish race as that simple phrase
of sportsmanship. Il signifies thc
thing that lias brought both father
and sou, with all their family, so close
as they arc to thc national heart..Duly
done with devotion, and in a human
aud cheerful spirit, wins.our regard as
nothing else can do; and the .British
peoples arc rejoiced lo see thc virtue
so especially prized embodied so completely in thc Monarchy lhat is thc
symbol of their union.���London Daily
Telegraph.
and slrenglhetrand restore the whole
nerve system.
Mr, Stephen Crojisc, East Clifford,
N.S., writes: "I suffered for five years
wilh heart trouble. I could hardly
walk from tlic house to the barn without resting, as I used to get so short
of breath. _ Doctors could not help
mc. My wife told mg. to get a 1*qx
of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills
and I felt better aftcr taking .thcm;
three boxes made- me quite well. I
am nOw helping my son to work thc
farm, and can truthfully say I feci
like a different man."
Prize SOc a box at all dealers, or
mailed direct on receipt of price by
Thc 1\ Milbum Co., Limited, Toron-
o, Ont.
Put aside the' Sails," Pills, Castor
Oil. or .Purgative'.Waters-that irritate j believed in prohibition," he" declared,
and lash the bowels'into action, but|..,mtil j; had an 0pp0rtunity of studv-
which     do not 'thoroughly     cleanse, i.       .,      r-    ,     -.,., . , f"
--it   ,,,..;;.. t'UrJw I-.,:.,.,,��� ,-.,.    J��S Jls cHecK-    lhc  proprietor of a
freshen and punry.these drainage or-j .       , . .
gans,  aud   "have no' effect  whatever  large  hotel   told mc  that  his dances
upon  the  liver  and-stomach. ��� and midnight suppers were evcry bit
Keep your "insidcs_";purc and fresh
with    Cascarets,    which   -thoroughly
clcatiso the .'stomach,1.remove, the undigested,, sour-food" and   foul   gases,,
take-, the "excess, bile irom   tlie  liver .sale" of  temperance .drinks  were   140
as well attended as in the days -when
hc sold intoxicating drinks. Thc proprietor add'-d that thc profits on, thc
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
Toget_the genuine, call for the full name,
LAXATIVE" BROMO'QUININE Tablets.
Look for signature of E. W. .GROVE.
Cures a Cold in One Day.   SOc.
Farm Land Values Increase
Lumber Price High in Canada
Ih common with all the other nc
ccssilics of life, the, price of lumber
is soaring^skyward in Canada, and a
ncw high-price record has been reach
cd.    The price now being asked for
pine is $125 per thousand feet,   good
siding   inch, inch and a   quarter and
upward.    Two-inch pine is also  advanced'$5 pcr thousand, the advance
for lumber generally ranging from $5
in   Farm   Lands   in to $12 pcr thousand. Stocks, it is said,
arc lower at thc present time than for
many ycars past.
Vancouver Island
Poultrymen Organize
Lowering the Cost of Handling and
Distribution  y
To stabilize the market price of
eggs by lowering the cost of handling and distribution, and !fc safeguard
the consumer by placing a stamped
and guaranteed egg on - the'market,
five hundred poultrymen of Vancouver Island havc organized themselves
into a poultrymen's union.
Through the organization, Victoria
is to bc madc thc egg market for
thc products of Vancouver Island. At
present, Vancouver is the market
where the prices are set. Eggs* have
hitherto been sent from all parts of
thc Island through Victoria to thc
Vancouver market, and then some" of
them shipped back to thc Island to
supply the local demand.
Now the poultrymen of Vancouver
Island will deal only in the Victoria
market. This is expected to be beneficial to thcm as-well as thc. consumer, as it will provide one market for
lhcir products, and put an end to the
costly shipping from city to city.- -
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
and'carry'out.'of "the system "all thc
constipated .waste" mailer and poisons
in: lhc -bowels whicli; are.'keeping you
half. sick,"Headachy aiid miserable.
".Cascarets tonight, will .make', you
feel" great, by .morning.- Thcy work
while., you ���slccp"--n.cvcr-gripc, sicken
or cause iincohvenieiice. .Cascarets
cost .so. li.ttle,' too. X. y. ������:
., ...     Manitoba Rural Credits Scheme
Canada. It' is -reassuring,'-_howe-Ver, to : and five years';"Hiiprison;ncht-vfbr ilie ��� > 'j:[,{.-. director ' of 'liic  Rural  Credits
turn", to well-in fQr.i!ic'd,;Uritis,h..opinipiij'cirailaiion oflitcraturcin furllicrai'ic'c|:vct for- the Province.-of Manitoba has
on. the1 outlook and. to -find -that" ��� thescrj of. a' forcible - overthrow   Of --govern- j y^-cdictcd' .'.that -the'fif ly-ninc    Rural
pessimistic, views-do not find' r.c lie c- -incut:.'  Tbebiil .also" f>ar?\frotn mails  Credit -Societies in this province will
any- 'matlcr-.-iidvo'catiug.-force "or  sa
Uotage. - _���'   '   : r ; -  .   ������' ' y    -
tion in.:the. Old T.aiid itself.  .One of
���'"the.best informed-ih'ch iii Great. .Bfi-
Sdl.t.Ai'B.U
Many a Tea or Coffee drinker
;; doesrit realize that bis ill-KealtK
6t discomfort is due to his
���.^���^le;beVerag*e until some friend
suggests a change to
lend $3,000,000 .. during thc present
year.' - lie' further states that as thc
prosperity ' of'this province, depends
upon the-agricultural.returns, the loan
will.benefit, everyone in. the province
by increasing, the: agricultural production'. -;Thc loans, granted through-the
Rural Credit Societies-, in ,1919 totalled
$1,000,000; -"If -.three 'times' that amount is' loaned .in .1920, it will speak
very well for the-success of,thc Rural
Credits, scheme.
per cent.," which    was    considerably
more than ou the sale of alcohol."
In Washington Mr. Abbott was told
that prohibition was the finest thing
that had ever happened in thc Statcs.
Statistic, showed, lie'went on, thai
there was no. increase in the drug
habit in the United Stales on account
of prohibition. ,"1 was convinced,"
hc said, "that prohibition wherever it
lias been iu effect has nol merely enhanced- thc comfort, the thrift, and
contentment of the people, but has
been endowed, and approved by public
sentiment." _    -
Katurc has arranged things so that
a poor man is able lo display as many
virtues as>thc millionaire.
' If people mistrust you, pause a moment and think who's to blame.
The growing" ^vorx^^s^ea^hi-
: full beverage among'tea and.coffee drinkers pMnl^^h^wsi;
\ i/'xl7ierefr^alte&6m^
One Mortgage After.Another
"Ever tempted io sell your automobile?"' asked the Cheerful Idiot
' "Thc temptation is strong enough,"
replied Mr. Inbadd, "butthere arc too
many point's ��� involved. . You know I
mortgaged, my" house in order lo buy
'the machine.'*!-.,-'     .'-.--*:
"-' '"Yes, I'lincwah'at,'..- ''
���'.���'.'-'Well,:;I"mortgaged the machine in'
.order lo'buiid lhe. garage,;" andFrio^
i'veVhadi'to mortgage -ilie garage'iin;
order :to buy'gasoline.'���Exchange.*;
w, "���;.'���" w,-;":' v. ': 130*
'stiJs^s^iit^^^SsmsS-^f^jiv^tBxm^.
^Mother** Coughs and
lolds   Go   Quickly
She cannot afford to beskk
and neglect her household
duties. At the first symp*
toras she prepares the way
for quick recovery by the
immediate use of Gray's
<35 Syrup���a household
preparation of sixty
* /ears standing.
Mtlhsr always l��rjr��
Ida L*>T* Sit*
Great   Activity
Western Canada
Great activity in farm lands in
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
with ihc biggest--' demand that has
beeu in evidence for several ycars, is
reported.
Farm lands arc changing hands
rapidly, but thc purchasers are, for
the most part, local incn who know
the,land aud havc had an opportunityjj,a;r
during the summer to inspect it and
to ascertain what it will produce. One
feature of thc land movement is lhat
fully eighty pcr cent, of the'purchasers arc men who will actually farm
the land themselves.
During the last six months land
values have advanced fully twenty
per cent., continues the report. In the
three prairie provinces the prevailing
prices' at which - these properties arc
changing hands are from $50 to $60
pcr acre for improved land, and from
$30 to $35 per acre for unimproved
tracts, -with possibly a difference of
$5 per acre for Manitoba lands. There
will he an era of road building next
year, and signs indicate that land values will double. ' -  ^
Minus the -Hair'
Mr. Vane: I know he was-talking
to about mc.    Now, wasn't he?
Miss Spcitz: Well, yes.
Mr. Vane: I thought I heard him
remark that I had a thick- head of
Censorship Removed
Ottawa.���Colonel Chambers, formerly chief prcs3 censor for Canada,
was recently asked his opinion as to
whether the recent removal of restrictions on newspapers applied to
literature generally. Colonel Chambers in- reply said that there was no
longer any censorship on books and
such classes..of literature, but.that the
Post Oflice and Customs Department
had sufficient powers under the Criminal Code to prohibit thc entry into
Canada of literature of an objectionable'nature.
I
Miss  Spcitz:   Partly  correct.     He
didn't mention your hair, however, 'jweigh."
A coat   dealer   sa>s: "Aa   wc go
through life wo   must   live   by   tha
ONLY TABLETS MARKED
"BAYER" _ARE_ ASPIRIN
Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross**
Filipino Wife's Status
In the Philippine Islands, when women marry, they go into partnership
with their husLands. While the men
handle the workers, the women attend to the finances, act as cashiers.
pay thc workers and oversee much
of Uie business. Thcy also -have
equality with the men m everything
except in voting..
- The  drummer  should not   try
beat llie drum to beat the band.
to
A woman's tears arc tlic. greatest
waterpower known io man.
Tho name llftyer" ba Aspirin Is
like Sterling on silver. It poaitirely
identifies the only penning Aspirin,���
tho Aspirin prescribed by physiciana
for over nineteen years tad now
made "in Canada..
Always buy an unbrokea package
of "Bayer TableUof Aspirin" ���whldh
coatafas proper directions for Colds,
Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Fain generally.
Tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but
a few cents.  Lsrg r "Bayer" packages.
There la ��aly oae As$isis-^3S*yei!f*��������� ara&t say "Bayer"
Azplris !��th* trafi* siufe (TfsUisr*& t�� C&saflft? ef Sayep Manufacture of Mono*
*cc;lca-cM��*ter ot Sa'.icylicactd. While It I* wall ksatra that Ajpirta n��*,G�� Bayer
jr.as-.nfacture._to us!et tb�� public n��*Ia��t ImltsUoai, th* Tablets o�� Barer ��9��?SSS.
vui be ciaupftd witt tiiefx ��ta��nJ inAt ��*?&, tfe* '-"3*y��r CrtM." <l '
<;'��*���-.
yytJ~t   -
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V
~ (Continued.)
CHAPTER X VIII.
..The old Dc Nilry place in Neuilly
proved to be precisely what Ruggles
walls, about   the
1
somc fine old trees, a flower garden,
a tennis court, stables, and a garage.
Thc house was spacious and modern
within, at-d therc was a pavilion, of
which- the upper story was a roomy
studio.
Ruggles -was delighted wilh the
place,.ano lost no time in securing it.
Being personally recommended to the
family by Mr, Falconer, an honored
friend of years' standing, he was en-
.. ablcd to rent thc houSe practically
furnished.--
In the meantime, Mr. Falconer ca1i-
cd upon Miss Challand. At first shc
would not hear of Ruggles's proposition. Darthea's sense of the bizarre
inclined her lo favor the idea, hut
Miss Challand rather'xrescnted Mr.
Falconer's, suggesting such a thing.
But when thc old gentleman assured
her that many women of his acquaintance, quite as well connected as she,
were constantly filling such positions
���which were, as a matter of, fact,
only open to people of birth and
breeding���Miss Challand began to
grow pensive,
c> For one thing, the !case# of their
apartment was  to expire in "thc aut-
-umn, and thcy had been informed that
thc rent was to bc laiscd a third. Miss
Challand had not been able to see just
- how they were going to be able to
afford to remain in Paris, and Darthea
was vcry loath to return to England.
And then the astute old gentleman
laid down his best card. Darthea was,
of course, expected    lo remain with
 her _aunt, _and_ Rugglec__would    feel
more lhan compensated for her cn-
'tainment in having hefore the eyes of
his wards such an admirable exponent
of what a well-bred jroung lady should
be.    If  Miss  Challand and  Darthea
would consent to become members of
the household, Rugglcs would place
>at their exclusive disposal the pavilion, with its studio, and the apartment
connected with it. He described the
studio, with its spaciousness and
splendid light, and the quiet beauty of
thc gardens.
t Darthea's studio had been her chief
despair. It ciamped and stifled her.
,During llie winter there were many
iwhjjle days when she had not thc light
simply | to work at all. But aside from thc
question of thc studio there were other considerations which inclined Darthea to favor Ruggles's proposition.
Onc was that she knew her aunt to
be depriving herself of many necessities of lifc in order that her niece
might not lack for the materials required in her work, such as good colors, canvases, brushes, and the like,
all of which are dear when of the best
quality. Miss Challand stoutly averred that she felt much better without
such luxuries as juicy steaks, cutlets,
chicken, sole, and the like, but it was
evident to Darthea lhat her aunt had
been for some time below her robust
normal, and thc girl ascribrj this to
thc" need of the proper amount of
nourishing food, well cooked and
served. Thc hope of selling a picture
alone had prevented her from economizing in the matter of materials.
Thc other and lesser consideration
was that Darthea had begun to find
life deadly dull. Art is not everything,
despite .what artists claim lo believe,
and Darthca, being young and full-
naturcd, sadly missed the recreations
of most girls of her'age. Shc was intensely interested in Ruggles and his
unusual household, and she could not
help but reflect on thc diversion to
bc obtained from being a member of
such an unusual menage.
So in the end, after man> long and
intricate arguments, lhc two ladies
gave their official acceptance of Ruggles"?-offer and were in due-timc installed in thc comfortable pavilion of
the De Nitry place.
In due course of time Miss Elliot.
\yith her four^interesting charges, arrived in Paris", to be met at the station by ���-Mustapha with the car, Ruggles preferring to welcome the party
at the house.
Miss Elliot had also in'her suite
Selim,- that incomparable _ dragoman
and courier, Sarah, and a little ladies'
maid of~Lcvantine origin. The five
ladies were placed in the limousine
and dispatched immediately with Mustapha, thc other servants following.
Four rather dazed and bewildered
.damsels offered their slim hands to
the smiling Ruggles, though the eyes
of one of thcm were not so1 amazed
that thcy failed to light with a sudden
glow as thcy looked for a swift instant into thosc of the master. The
girls were then turned over to Sarah,
to whom Mustapha had already indicated   thcir  apartments.
As thcy rustled up thc marble stairway,  whispering     one  to   the  other,
Her
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Dominion Prohibition
Committee
Anti-Liquor  Plans Are  Outlined At
A Meeting Held In
Montreal
At a recent meeting of the Dominion Prohibition Committee held in
Montreal, it was decided to change thc
name of the organization to that of
the Dominion Committee on Liquor
Legislation.
Among- thc recommendations regarding the future policy of the committee the following were aclppted:
That the committee expresses its appreciation of thc legislation    of    the
Bad  Breath
IS CAUSED BY
CATARRH
Canadiaus snfler more from Ca-
itarrh than from any other disease.
On this account Catanh is dangerous and should be checked at the
outset.
It isn't necessary to take internal
medicine to cure Catairh. There is
a far heller method.
Doctors now treat Catarrh by sending a purifying, healing vapor-,
through the breathing organs. In
this way the germs of Catarrh are
destroyed.
The only successful    vapor    treat-
Dominion Parliament, providing for mcnt is CATARRHOZONE, which
a  vote in  any  province  wherein  the [the  patient  breathes   through  a  spe-
sale of intoxicating liquor is prohibit- fial ,51llhalrcLr1 l0.lJle  '.eal   scal   of  thcf
,  , ,���<���.   .    ��� L ,���      'r       .   trouble.    The rich, piney essences of
ed, to prohibit the importation of such;Catarrll0S!01ie hcal and ��00thc a]] ;n_
intoxicating liquors; that thc commit-j flamed surfaces. Thcy effectively
tec recommends that each provincial treat the nose, throat and lungs witli
temperance organization bc cncour-|!1 Powerful antiseptic that destroys
aged to avail itself-of such legislation "n������ at 01l��
whenever feasible;  that  the  vote  be
taken only on lists wherein the fran-
pound, has been restoring women of chisc is Bivcn t0 women on the same
America td health for more than forty basis as to men; thai each provincial
years and it will well pay any woman legislation bc advised to appoint a rc-
who suffers  from  displacements,   in-   ��� ��� ��� ���   .       .. , ������   ,��� i ��� ,
/lamination, ulceration! irregularities, ceivinS a����- distributing- depot,
backache, headaches, nervousness or ; through which all liquor to be used
"the blues"  to give  this successful | in such provinces-for permitted pur-
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wanted.    The   high  j .__ o
grounds enclosed  a littic  park with j-MUs Elliot turned to Ruggics.
bright face wore a curious expression
of mingled pleasure and perplexity.
"It's stunning���perfectly stunning!"
said she, glancing about_hcr at the
marble-columned ante-chamber' and
the stately chambers that opened oft"
from either" sidc. "Oh, if he could
only havc foreseen"���And she drew
down lhc corn cis of her mobile
mouth.
"Forscen what?" Ruggles demanded.
- "Come in here somewhere and let.
mc get it off my che_st. Where can
we be undisturbed for half an hour?",
Rather startled, Ruggles led her into air alcove of the billiard room,
where shc sank down upon a heavy
"Empire armchair,- Rugglcs seating
himself opposite.
"What's thc matter?'' he demanded.
Miss Elliot- gave a nervous little
laugh and waved her small gloved
hands on either sidc with a comprehending gesture.
"All this," said shc.
"All this!" Rugglcs echoed, scarcely able to believe his cars; "why,
what's thc matter with all this?"
"Nothing���except that wc don't
need it."
"We don't need it. Why don't we
need it?"  _   .
Miss Elliot stared for a moment at
his round, astonished eyes, lhcn"3rop-
ped her face into her hands and her
pretty shoulders began to shake. Rugglcs gaped at her, too bewildered to
speak. Miss Elliot's shoulders shook
harder and_shc_began to.gasp,.. _,
"Sayi" said ~ Rugglcs solicitously,
"don't do that. Here���stop it. What's
struck you, anyhow?"
Thc only answer was a more violent
convulsion.    Rugglcs reached out onc
"That baby can walk and talk," said
Miss Jt-liiot diyly. "lhat baby drugged Hassan and climbed down a wis-
tana vine with thc assistance of a
handsome young Italian who lives
with his invalid mother in onc of
those villas on the edge of thc Bosphorus just below the palace. Fortunately 1-happened to-be .rather
(sleepless lhat night and heard the vine'
rustle and went out with Sarah,to investigate. We caught them in each
other's arms o.n the stone "bench
where you sat and waited that day.
In spite of his indiscreet behavior, he
seemed to bc a nice boy, and-after
barah had marched Rosa back to bed
1 had a little talk with him. The ^upshot of il wa�� he told me his name
and how it all came aboul. The girls
were on thc landing one day, n\ ailing
tor the launch. Hassan left them for
a moment to get something which
had been forgotten, and Selim wab in
the boathousc. his boy, whose name
is Huiubcrlo, is the Conic del CaMel-
franco, and belongs to one of thc best
and oldest families in Italy���"
"Gee!    lie acts' tip lo it, all right,"
panted Rugglcs.
('Io Be  Continued.)'
poses must pass; that the federal
government" create a department of
liquor control that 'shall havc complete supervision of the manufacture,
importation, and shipment across provincial boundaries of intoxicating liquors for other than beverage purposes.
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Phantom Music
From the Ocean
"Danderine" creates mass
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How German Sloop
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British   Commander   With   Fourteen
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The story-of the capture of thc
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first time by Capt. Ion 'Hamilton
Bcnn, M.P., on thc occasion of a festival dinner, held under the chair-
]manship of Sir Joint Wimble at thc
Holborn  Restaurant, London.
The Comet, said Capt. Hamilton
Bcnn, was a well-armed sloop, manned by a crew of 96. Shc had appeared
in thc Australian Archipelago just before thc outbreak of war. She had a
powerful wireless installation, and
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von Spec's squadron. Shc had arrived at Apia at about the same lime as
a small British vessel, which was unarmed and under the command of
Liculcnant-Commandei Jackson, ��ho
could do nothing wilh the Comet. An
Australian squadron being in the
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wilh a crew of 14 and some Negroes,
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English as a
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German and French Languages Have
Lost Their Place Through
the War *
In reply to the question addressed
by the Northern Peace Society to
prominent linguists iu various countries as to which language would be
the most suitable for world-wide use,
M. Carney professor of Louvain University, writes:
'"English would undoubtedly be thc
most suitable. The German and
French languages have lost their
place through the war. Thc English
language is a hospitable one, being a
kind of compromise between the Latin
and Germanic tongues; also it is simple and is spoken by most progressive
nations of thc world, and has one of
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iti England, and many enquiries,
chiefly from fanners with largc capita!, are being- icccived. Tlie piiccs
range from $11 to $30 pcr acre.    It
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Iron Duke a Poor Shot
Voices That Are Regarded More in
the Light of a Warning
Nearly every country has its stories
'and traditions of mysterious music
that has heen associated with the supernatural.
In certain parts of Cornwall and
Brittany vcry plaintive music, and often voices, arc heard coming from the
sea, and invariably before a great
storm.
The voices are said to belong to thc
spirits of lhc sailors drowned at sea,
and are thought to bc raised as a welcome to others who will shortly join
thcm; the music is regarded more in
the light of a warning.
There is a story well known in Brittany of a fleet of French ciabbing
boats lying becalmed one night off
the Cornish coast, and lhc sound of a
harp suddenly being heard to proceed
from onc of the smacks. The crew
wcrc inlenogated,. but declared it
was none of thcm; nor could thcy,
indeed, hear anything, and wcrc inclined to regard it as a jest.
Thc following day the \\ ind unexpectedly changed; a storm came on,
and thc boat from which the harping
was thought to proceed was wrecked,
every one of its crew being drowned.
Bells at sea are a veiy common
form of haunting. One of thc best
known instances -of this kind today
arc what arc known a"? the bells of
Bottreaux.
Many years ago thc church of For-
rabury, in Cornwall, needed bells, and
accordingly bells ,wcrc oidcrcd, cast
and shipped.
But when these bells wfc?c nearing
the shore, the story is that thc captain of the ship in which thcy were
being carried used such terrible language, that thc ship was suddenly
caught in a swell and wrecked, the
bells   sinking   lo   the   bottom.     And
is said that \shilc much of it is being ... ,    , .    . *.,*,-,-* ������
purchased by Americans, nevertheless bcr dlsposcd of'    rcarhcd $M>3W>-
it is expected that several hundreds of
emigrants of the best class from England will locate in thc west.
Would Prohibit Sunday Papers
A committee of thc Belgian Press
Association has invited the government to follow the example of Holland, Italy and Spain in the matter
of compulsory Sunday rest for the
press. It asks that a decree be issued
prohibiting the sale of newspapers
from Saturday night lo Monday.
Squelched ��
An editor icccived this letter from
a fresh youth: "Kindly tell me why
a girl closes her eyes when a fellow
kisses her." To which the editor
replied: "If you send us your photograph we may bc able to tell you the
reason."
as compared with $380,408 for the preceding year.. The total number of
sales was 356, as against 227 in 1918.
Tho increase in the demand necessitated the cruising of a much larger
area, thus entailing additional work
for the forestry officials. In piling,
4,000,000 lineal feet were sold in 191Q,
as compared with only 378,000 feet in
1918, and a large increase is noted in
the cords of shingle bolts and cord-
wood sold by thc Crown.
The language of the Berbers, who
inhabit almost all of northern Africa,
has linguistic connection with the
Semitic group, although Arabic is
spoken along.-thc coast.
Patches that decorate lhc trousers
of a calamity howler arc not on the
knees.
A good memory sometimes comes
in hand}' to forget with.
Many Schools Teacherless ,.
Washington. ���- Morc than 18,000
schools in the United States are without teachers, Philander P. Claxton,
United States commissioner of education, staled, and fully half the teachers of the public schols are below
grade. The real shortage of teachers
is not less than 300,000, Claxlon declared.
Charity may cover a multitude bf
sins, bul greed isn't one of them.
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arm, seized her wrist  and-gave it a at dawn the next dav, he'called on the
tug.   Miss Elliot straightened up and i     , , ,   ,     .   " ,        ������
looked at him with a flushed face and lwatch on dcck -to surrender,     ihey
sparkling- eyes.   Thc gasping; ceased, \wcre so  surprised  that Jackson and
"Why don't wc need it?" Rugglcs
repeated. -
"Because���because���Ihcy'ic���all engaged!"
"Wh-what?"
Shc nodded,
his will in such a manner as to lead
to endless litigation. Napoleon was
a poor shot.
Lady" Shelley records in her diary
a woeful exhibition by thc Duke of
Wellington during onc of his visits.
"1 accompanied lhc guns in the afternoon," shc writes on "Sept. ���$, 1819.
"The hero of Waterloo was a vcry
'wild shot. Aftcr wounding a relriev-
I cr and later on peppering a keeper's
sing by.
At Fishcrly_ Brow, iu Cumberland, hells arcalso heard, but on land.
Many ycars ago a church stood near
Fisherty Brov in a kind of hollow,
and onc fine summer morning the
church, parson and congregation were
all swallowed up in a kind of landslide.
Today, if anyone puis his ear to thc
ground where lhc catastrophe happen-
six  of his men wcrc able  to board      ..        1 -tii.ii -���   i  , ._ __���     -   i- .���    ,,        . i  t
, ���,. ,   , ,  gaiters, he sprinkled the bare arms ol  cd, hc can at tunes distinctly catch a
her.    rncv at once went below and|_���   _,.,     i._  _f ,    ,_  ,_| i ,,..t _- ._.. ,:tlf. :...__? :__
an old  woman who chanced
,   , _   , ..... ~.v.   .,-    ,���  ���.��......���    to bc I sound that requires littic imagination
interviewed the captain.   Tacksoii was     ��� ,���        , ,, .  , . .    I,    , , .   ,  ���  .     ., �����        c
,..,.,���..,. .   washing clothes at her cottage win-to bc tianslatcd mto the pealing of
.wearing Ins   smelct,   with his sword,1 i        ����* i , T      ��� i   i.i ��� n-i   i i   n      ..i       i     ,-.   i   n      c   ,i
..���,,   , .    ,. ... ,     , ., ���-, ,"ulow.   My good woman,' I said,   this ���innfllcd bells���the ghostly bells of old
lhat is, thev- will be  but was without a cap.   The caplaml       , .  .    ,     .. . ,    , " ..    n��- i    .    n i      i
���-----' >��� l        "ought to be the piovdcst moment of risherty Brow church.
engaged?
RuggI
chair, speechless.      "How
Iin gaged to what?"
"Engaged to be married,"' retorted
Miss Elliot, "and to four very desirable- young men. Now, listen, while
I check 'cm off. First, there's Roxana. Who do you think wants to
marry her?"
"Search  mc."
"Pembroke."
"P-P-P-Pembrokc���"
��� "No less.    He got lo coining over
pretty oftcu aftcr you left, and as hc.
was so nice, and had been a sort of
arc ever likely to sec if you do not
at once hand over your sword." Thc
captain immediately surrendered, and
Jackson brought tlic Comet back to
Apia wilh his 14 men in charge of
thc Gc'nnan ship.
your life. You have had the distinc
j tion of being shot by llie Duke of
) Wellington.'   .   .   .     Iicr   facc was
wreathed    in  sniilcf. as the contrite
Duke slipped a gold     coin  into  hci
hand."
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>
thc kiosk. To tell thc truth,"���-shc
drew down thc corners of he- mouth,
���"I rather got thc idea that hc was
interested in me."
"In you!" Ruggles's lone was not
the height ci flattery.
"Well, ,3'ou needn't be so tcrriMy
compltmcHtary.v He'd been awfully
nice to mc, and I began to get Idea-!.
But no srich luck. lie came lo look
at - Roxana���and you really can't
blame him much, considering that shc
was the pick of a sect!��n of countrv
about the! size of France. He talked
lo" her a good deal, but that wasn't
surprising, as shc is far thc most intelligent of thc lot. Then one day
she sang somc weird littic melancholy
songs "to thc accompaniment of the
harp, and���Oh, what was the use?
jlle's crazy about her. Thc day before
wc left, he told mc that he was coming on to marry her. Hc takes your
consent for granted."
"Gee!���'[ Rugglcs reached for his
handkerchief.
"Well, then," Miss Elliot continued
60c.
Belgium is in need of cats. During
the  war,   both   cats   and   mice  wcrc
scarce.   Thev nearly all died of hun-
i
gcr.    Kow. thai fool i= more plentiful i
thc mice have reappca: ed in thousands I
Unhappily thc same c.tinio: he ^aii
cat1;.    The  n-Mill i*- -that u ilolla
is s.iiJ. is heii.y vj :.!'[ {<���;  a inert- :
of a kitlen.
Afansonvilic, June 2~, "i3
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Yarmouth, N.S.
Gentlemen,���It   affords   me   ^r.^at
pleasure and  must be gratifying  to
you to know that after using 36 bottles of yonr  Liniment on  a  cas"  of
paralysis which my father was afflicted  with,  I  was able to  restore  him
to  normal  condition.    Hoping  other
sufferers may    bc benefitted, by the
\t��e of your Liniment, I am,
Sincerelv yours,
GEO. II. HOLMES.
The most famous of all cases of
ghostly music, however, is that of
Samuel Foote. When staving a night
at his father's house at Truro he was
awakened by thc sweetest music he
had ever heard. Hc got up, roused
thc household, and thcy al! listened
to it, but no onc could tell who was
responsible for it, ^or.whence it^ originated.
Shortly aftcnvaids Foote learned
that, at thc vcry ho'ir he had listened
to the mysterious musir, hi* sna'crnal
uncle Sir John Goodere, had b;��n kidnapped, taken on boaid the -hip of
his brother, Captain GooJcrc," aud deliberately strangled.
1 of j in
Heaven never helps the man who
is a \icthn of that tired feeling.
with sonic of her habitual briskness, j
"the next victim was Rosa���" j
"Rosa���that baby?   Oh, say���1"      |
Politeness is a coin that passes current  in  every  country on  earth.
V^����fi draaflSafcdi Eyelids,
m   OO r ��?�� inflamed *>7 ��*P��-
A  %pmmu.  |aretegw,itetfandW!ai
quickly relieved by Pieris*
E*b r.#��.*"t quickly relii
w.
N.       U.
1303
NoSmirticc j
_, _  Cesnfbrt    At ���
- Year Dmggisu or by rr.ail SOc per Bottle.
' I For Bs��& ��! 16* Eye fr�� ��jite w
! Murine Ey�� R��si8��y C*?r, Cfilc��g��,
'.  Record Fur Shipment
A largc ��-liipincul of furs aggrogat-;a small boy
g in value S4,fiJ0, was bi ought    to      "That's right,"
i it|Caigar>   by   F.   H.   Hancock,   a   fur
om (dealer from the noith, and lhe entire
j shipment   was   purchased  hy   a  local
dealer.   Thc shipment included    fox.
polar  fox,  wolf,  weasels  and     1,000
muskrat skins.    This is stated to be
the largest single shipment yet   purchased by any local firm this season.
The fur market    has been brisk    in
Calgary this season, and the inducc-
inient was great enough to bring Mr.
jHecock all the way from the north
direct   to  Calgary   to  dispone  of his
shipment;
A teacher instructing her pupils in
ihe use of the hyphen, asked them to
give her an example of its use, and
thc word bird-cage was submitted by
slit eiicouiagingly
remarked. '"Now tell nic why \\ e put
a livphen in bird-eager"
"U's  for  the  bird  to  <=it  rr-,."  was
the  Maitliug reply. l
Bining P'hat you do not need is an
easy road to needing what you cannot
hu v.
Knew from Experience
Lallie: Yes, I am engaged to Bobby
and hc has given mc ihis ring���isn't
it sweet?
Her Best Fiiend: Charming1, dearest, but you'll find when you've worn
it a few days it will leave a black
mark on the finger���u did on ininc.-
Passing Show.
Many a \oung man doesn't propose
for the reason thpt lc i; afraid the
i_irl   v. jl'   ��-'ay  \a.
Ship
Raw
At Once
Last Receiving Date
March 1st
IS IT TAG DAY FOR YOU?
Attach one of these tags to your package, bale or bales
���take to express or post office and it will be on its wajr
to join thousands of others already in our warehouse,
sorted, listed and put up in best possible shape, for the
inspection and bids of hundreds of eager buyers.
You will get the opinions on your furs expressed in the
satisfying form of RECORD PRICES by at least 300
buyers from the chief great distributing centers of
the world.
The SMALL SHIPPER is welcome���we want to prove
to all consignors, large or small, our certain ability to
get them real results.
WE HAVE NOTHING to offer buyers at this sale but
genuine average Canadian furs in ORIGINAL, collections���that's all���just the best in the world! Immense
quantities of every variety marked on this tag are on
hand���yet we have not nearly enough���there are not
enough anywhere to supply the universally keen de*
mand existent.
March 1st is last receiving date;
all shippers are cordially invited
to attend the sale.
ADDRESS:
Canadian Pur Auction Sales Co*��
LIMITED      ~      MONTREAL S
Temporary Offices:
Windsor Hotel, Montreal
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.Quality in Quantity
makes the REAL market
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
Is $2 a year strictly in advance,  or $2.50
when not paid for three months.   If not
paid for until the end of the year it is $3
It is always $2.50 a year to  the United
States in advance.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financier.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices.,     7:00
Estray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
gertificale of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears tr notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All'other legaradvirtising,   12'cents a
cline first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each   subsequent    insertion,    nonpariel
measurement.
Business locals  I2^c.  a  line-each insertion.
Veterans vs City
The blue cross! means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
BELATED HONOR
Those who think they are not
appreciated as much as they ought
to be should consider the cause of
Adam Thompson, an Ohioan.
Great benefactor though he was to
his fellow countrymen, his name
means little or nothing to them today. Let this, then, be the well-
deserved, though belated tribute
due Adam Thompson, the man
who introduced America to the
bathtub. ���
Visiting Eugland in 1842,
Thompson heard that the prime
minister had installed a bathtub in
hiB home. He decided at once
that, upon returning to America,
he would have one built for himself. And so he did. It was seven
feet long, four feet wide, built of
mahogany and weighed 1750
pounds.
"When if was installed, he invited
various of his friends to try  it and
. so much, did they like it that they
told the newspapers about it.
immediately controversy began
to rage. , Doctors ' declared the
bathtub "invited rheumatic fever,
pythisis and inflammation of the
lungs," according to H. L. Menc-
;,ken, Thompson's biographer.
When it seemed that the bathtub habit might become catching,
the city of. Boston passed an ordinance-forbidding the use of bath-tubs, In Virginia a tax of. $30 a
year, was assessed against every
bathtub.
Today bathtub factories dot the
land.and  in nearly  every home Is
" .��t"porcelain- monumeht. to the"far-'
sighted   and   courageous pioneer,
��� Adam Thompson.;.,,/.,;  ; _'_;..  '
Playing to a draw the Boundary
Braneh c?f the Great War Veterans
clashed with the Greenwood city
boys on local ice, on Friday laBt.
The Veterans' team was composed of all returned men, and the
city team was made up of some of
the team that won the Boundary
cup, also some promising intermediates.
It was a good game and the
teams were evenly matched. The
Vets had by far the heaviest men.
They were the favoritics with the
fans, but the Cits were well supported.
In the first period the Cits scored
one goal, the Vets scoring in the
second, J)ut before the second period was over the Gits scored again.
In tbe third period the Vets made
another tally, which left the score
two goals each. Five minutes
each way extra resulted in no
score, so the game was left a draw.
The line-up follows:
Vets.���Goal, A. N, Mowat; point
J. Morrison; cover point, R. Murray; rover, 0. Carlson, centre, G.
B. Grieve; lef wing, E. McMynn;
right wing, J. McCreath.
Cits.���Goal, NT. D. Docksteader;
point, R. Taylor; cover point, R.
Wood; rover, G. Hallett; centre, J.
Hallett; left wing, W. A. Docksteader; right wing, H. Royce.
Referee, G. Clerf. Timekeepers,
P. H. McCurrach and G. Hartley.
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3      Synopsis of
land ��ci Amendments
It Isn't Your Town; It's You
If you want to live in the kind of a town
Like the kiud of a town you like,
you needn't slip  your clothes in a grip
And start on a long, long hike,
You'll only find what you left behind,
For there's nothing that's realiy new;
It's a.knock at yourself when  you  leave
your town���
It isn't your town���it's you.
Real towns are not made by men afraid
Lest someone get "ahead;
When every one works aud nobody shirks
Von can raise a town froni the dead. -
And if. when yoir make; your personal
stake :; ..   '   ���
Your neighbor can-make one, too;
Your town will be what you want to see���
,.It isn't your town���-it!s you.
,.'   '      ���C.P; McQueen,-Calgary.
Minimum price of flrst-olasa land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to
$2.50 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 each making
necessary Improvements on respective
claims. ' ��
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made 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 as for-
telture. Title cannot be obtained in
(ess than 6 years, and improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including S acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. 9
UnsUrveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, 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
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or Industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made.
GRANTS
We Should Worry
The great wall of China is said
to,contain 5,609,619 "stones.   "'_".-���
The.Hindus figtjre the world has
426,980 more years to exist.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION -;
..' - BRITISH COLUMBIA    ' ;',;
Your Arrival Home
', '.'There   isn't; .anything-.-. wrong
with the man whose 'children; hay.e
' their : noses flattened /..against. the.
Window pane a half hour before he
is due."; ".   / .     .-'     XX.,- :-������/'.'
.; How do your children  act/when
,. you come home? ;
��� y. -Ever think abba tit? ... -���
.  1 > If -your   children, sneak X&way
X_ froni  yoa  when   you-" arrive.-you
taye.; a ;pr.etty poor footing with
yoar youngsters.    If.your children
v are not glad when you return yon
.;.-.'.. are not the' right sort; of father.
.- .Does' 'aH;-romping, and   laughter
cease whenyqu come home? Spme-
-.-thing wrong.   >
. .Yonr children should look upon
..your advent as the happiest mom-..
, enfc in the day, and. where there is
a wife to look happy j too, and give
��� yon a welcome it shows ybu are a
=   good fellow husband and  the right
���   kind of a father.
Have your eyes qp^n tonight for
the kind of reception you'_": get at
horned '.The aVakeniriginay shock
yon, but if -yoa. profit by ii yoa;
may find it has been a good thing
for yon.-r^VancoaverSnn.r., yy-'X X'
TAKE NOTICE that application' has ���been
made by the Greenwood City Waterworks Co.,
for permission to chaapre its rates for the supply of electrical eiierg\y for lighting���purposes,
as follows:   ... -    ~
, ' For"dwellinjr houses from a. 16 c. p. flat
rate of 30 cts per mouth, tb a lO.ct. k.'w.h. meter
rate up to-30 k.'w.h., beyond that Sets per k.w.h'.
��� ���, Objcctiousto this application, setting out
concisely'the grounds therefor,��� may-be iiled
witlitlie undersigned, Court House, Vancouver,
B.C., and with the-Company, within ten (10)
days of the last publica'iou'of this notice.- .
'���'��� . Date of first publication February 19.1920. .
.-��� Date of last publication March 4, 1920." -; -..'
-'.y'X    '���' ,"S, J. R. REMNANT, ���-.'���
",'-"'.;.'���   '   --'���-  "..'""���        Secretary, }        -  ���
"X-��� .  :  ��� ."-.   -���-"��� Public Utilities .Commission'.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE
�� ACT.
The scope of this Act is enlarged to
include all persons Joining and serving: with His Majesty's Forces. The
time within which the heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Act Ib extended
from for one year from the death of
such person, as formerly, until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war. This privilege ls also made retroactive.
No foes relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.
Taxes are remitted for Ave years.
Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August
4, 1914, on account of payments, fee*
or taxes on soldiers'pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchase
town or city lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to Maroh 81. 1920. '-
SUB-PURCHASERS OF CROWN   ft
���* LANDS.
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchasers of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
purchasers who failed to complete
purchase, Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may
be   distributed   ���� *'	
whole  area,
made' by May
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer in
wooo
Orders Promptly Filled
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, aud Republic
truck motors. Garage in connection.
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO., LTD.
FRONT ST.,  NELSON,  BOX 865
A. HIGG1NB0THAM
(Expert Optician)
GRADUATE
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
K. W. C Block       -      -     Nelson
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CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AMD REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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Culatneen Rote!
PRINCETON, BC.
One of the largest hotels in
the city, beautiful location,
fine rooms and 1 asty mealt>.
JOHNSON & EKLOF
Proprietors
TREM0NT HOTEL
NELSON. B.C.
Nicely lurnished rooms, by the
- day, week or month
Nilson & Nilson
Proprietors
DR. L. F. TEP0ORTEN
DENTIST
All Work Guaranteed
P. 0. BOX 148. TELEPHONE 92
Morrison Block. GRAND FORKS, B.C.
{'"����� im mm taxes may
d   proportionately   over
Applications   must   be
1, 1920.   .   .   .
QRAZINQ.
systematic
Graslng Act. 1019, for
development of livestock induBlSTnro-
vldes for graalng districts and ranee'
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 travellers, un
to Un head. -_   . - -      v
LAND NOTICE
In the Similkameen Land District, Recording
-District of Fairview: and situate East of
and adjoining Lot 1028.
-" TAKE NOTICE that I, Clnirles Graser,
of Boundary Falls in said District, occupation,
Rancher, intend to.auply for permission to
purchase the following described lauds:. .
Commencing- at a post planted at the
South-East corner of Lot 1028; .thence North 20
chains; thence East 20 chains;.thence South 20
chains; and thence West 20 chains, and containing- 40 acres-more or. less, the same 10 bi
utilized for grazing- purposes. -
Dated al Boundary Falls, B.C., November
17th,1919. . '   .     ���  .    v ,     .    '   - ���
Z. . : CHARLES GRASEK.
���       ASSAXBR
B. - W.; WIDDOWSOW, Assayer and
Chemist, Box B1108, Nelson, B. , C.
Charges:���.Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper.
$1 each. Gold-Silver $1.50. Silver-Lead
Jr.oo Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00. Charges
(brother metals, etc.; on application.
Re Lot5. Block 27. Map 34. City of :
.-'-ry;   . .������.''Greenwood-'    \' ���'.'-"-."
. ��� NOTICE  is. hereby-(riven that I shall at
tbe expiration of,one month'from' tlic date of
the- first   publication  thereof-issue  .a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above mentioned lands in.the name of Bertha Estel la Docksteader unless  in the '.meantime  valid' ofojecv
tton is made to aie in writiiisr.   ."-,-"-'     ;  ,.-;
The holder "of Ihc .following;"document relating, to the said lands,'namely:-
'   .Deed,'ciaitcd 25thJuly;  1901,-Columbia atid
j... Western ..Railway   Company to Frederick
',.' C. Anderson,,       '-"_'. .   ,      :, ;    ".'".".
is required to deliver same to me -forthwith.-.' -'
-   DATED .it Kamloops, -B. CJ. the'Mth day,
of January, 1920. .        -      .-��� .   - ""-...>-
H. V. CRAIG,..;
_.;_,.',-;' ' District-Registrar,
KETTLE VALLEY RAILWAY
COMPANY
"��� notice;
- The Kettle Valley Railway Company, will
apply to the Parliament of Canada at its .next
Session for an Act authorizing if td construct
the following lines of .railway:
ia)   From a point at or near Coalmont on
the Joint Section operated by-ttie Applicant
Company and the Vancouver, Victoria and
Eastern "Railway and Xayijratiba Company,
thence in a general southerly direction, a dis
tance of abont 12 miles to the so-called -Granite Creek coal areas, in the Province bf Brit-'
ish Colanjbia.
And   further  extending  the   time   within
which it may commence the construction of4he
following lines of railway which it has heretofore been duly anthorized to construct:
-, ' x' (b)/ From a." point at or near-iGraod'.Forks.
"to"a point 50-inties- up the'-North Fork of the'
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PHONE   ii3
Auto    and   Morse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery   And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.C.
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
C. V. MEGGITT
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Dealer in Farm Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles,- and Fence Posts, - Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. ; List your lands
with me,   Have a buyer.for- good ranch
Dr. A. MILIXTY
DENTIST
All   the   latest   methods   in   high-class
' Dentistry.
LOO BUILDING
Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets..
VANCOUVER.   -   -   -   B.CJ
NEW  GRAND  HOTEL
616 Vernon St. Nelson y
Brick bui!ding_and finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -  Proprietor
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The Mineral PnJyince of Western
TO ENP OK DECEMBER, 1917      >
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Has prddnced,Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,116,103; Lode
Gold; a93,717;97i; Silver, 843,623,761; Lead $39,366,144;. Copper, $130,597,620;
Other'. Metala (Zinc, Iron, etc.), .$10,933,466; Coal and Coke, ~?174,313,658;
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CENTRALLY LOCATED
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Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS. ''.**
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAMPLE ROOMS
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Send a Float to your friends at
once. Yon'' can get theoi; .at
The I^edge of&c^.
'SettleRiver; in thesaid.Province
''������ (c)._ From'a poiiit'at.,'or near ��� Otter- Snm-
...jiitt by. the mo��t feasible route to the Aspen
Grove mineral district.; in tl;e said Province,
.; a distance bf about 30 miles., ��� .''���.- ;"-' -. v.,
,f'V'.And/fcrther authorizing ..it.-to'jacrease its
bond!5{; po-wers in respect; of the^said lines of
railway .to J7<J,0CG per- miie, and for other! pyr-
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