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THE   OLDEST   MINING   CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISHL COLUMBIA -
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Vol.   XXXI
GREENWOOD,' B. C, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1924.
No. 19
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ON DISPLAY
Mechanical Toys, Dolls, Harmonica Mouth Organs,
Christmas Tree Decorations, Etc.
Inspect our Stock of
Garry, Kootenay and Regina McClary. Ranges
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Agents for the Northern Electric Company Radio Sets
iAli Kinds.        Come In and here them.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Good Things For Christmas
Mincemeat,   Chrystalized   and   Glace Cherries,
Christie's Slab Cake,  and Plum Puddings
A Good Assortment of Candy.
X Chocolates in bulk and fancy packages.
Jap Oranges, Delicious Apples, New seasons Nuts, Etc.
For Quality and yalue Order From V      Phone 46
GREENWOOD GROCERY
Our Stock For
Christmas Cakes Is Complete
Raisins,   Currants,   Nuts,   Glace   Cherries,
Robinson   and   Wagstaffe   Peels
AU Fresh This Week
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Pants
Shirts
Underwear
Wool Tweed Shirts
Light and Heavy Rubbers
Fit-Reform Suits and
Overcoats
Boys Sweaters
W, Elson & Co,
Auction!     Auction!     Auction!
Why not realize on your
Surplus Stock?
Cash in band,  is better than a 6
mouth's Bill for Winter Feed.
Terms Reasonable
CHARLES   KI/SIG
AUCTIONEER
Making ready for our
Xmas   Merchandise
We are selling our entire stock of
Fall Millinery at a Bargain
Call and iuspect our goods
MRS. ELLEN TROUNSON
Greenwood Theatre
Under Auspices of Hospital Auxiliary
SATURDAY, DEC. 6th
7:45   P.M.
Benefit of Greenwood
District Hospital
and
ti
"���    Jesse.h.' Lasky.preseats'     ��� ��� ':���
The Cowboys and
The Lady'-
������'.   -"'-. ' V ���': .-'. with -
M.ary.Miles Minter and. Toni Moore
X:.z[... ;Two_Eop'ular^stars in.afgripping. .^
1 rqtnantic'drauia by-one of America's.-"
���'. foremost .playwrightsV The'' appeal-.
-. ing-love-story of abeautiful'girl, wlio, .
-he?-ideals .shattered-by"a reckless' ,
iuarriage, came,to the .Great West to-':
forget.-' A.picture 'swept with thrills-
���'. aiid tense- climaxes,"   aud -liberally- .
������; sprinkled with laughs.:
ADULTS SOcr
CHILDREN 25c
',w'-'DaAce, ������'���'���;"''
To fee held afterwards and.Supoef:to
be served any time aftertlie Show
ALFALFA HAY FORSALE
,'��� -.-'Alfalfa Hay.'No, i 3.20 a'ton." Alfalfa
Hay. No, 2 $tS a toil.   - F.'O.-'C. Oroville.
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Box too-... ... 7 Oroville, Wash.
PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH
Ministeriti charge 7  . -. 7V WV 7 7
.. .Rev.-. W..R. Walkinshaw. B.A..7
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' -Greenwood-7.30 p.m. 7
AROUND HOME
Ladies! Aid Meetiiig
. The Ladies,Aid of fche Presbyterian Church met at.the home: of
Mrs. P7. H. McCurrach ori Tuesday
afternoon, Dee.'2nd.'.
The following officers were elected for. the ensuing year:
7 President/Mrs.-; Ja's,'i.Kerr. -..
"  Vic-President,fMrsV' Geo.;,Clerf.
Sec; -Treas,,'. -Mrs;. "7L;fMcKerizie.:;
Ifc was cieeided '��� to y. Hold.V a.
Cbrist-maB Tree for the Sunday
School children on Monday, Dec.
2Stb. ���- , ' ' W". fy X.\ 7:V
. After business ; waa .transacted
dainty, refreshments .were"'served
by.Mrs. McCurrach. ���- - '"���' X-X.-'X-.-.
. The nest meeting will beheld fou
Tuesday, Jan. -6tk; W. '.yy
Magazines aud papers will be
much appreciated at the Hospital.
Mrs. A. Sater spent Saturday
evening- in Grand Forks and attended the Carlson-Johnson wedding.    ��
R. Lee, W. B. Fleming and E.
F. Keir attend a meeting of the
District Conservative Association
in Grand Forks on Monday night.
G. H. Halse, president of the
B. C. Telephone Co., of Vancouver, was in town ou Mouday
on his annual tour of  inspection.
Jack Keady has returned from
Northport, Wash., where he has
been relieving F. Lane of the
S. K. P. & L. Co. power station,
for several weeks.
W. A. Bain arrived from
Nelson on Monday to relieve Jas.
Muir, manager of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, who leaves
Friday on a three months holiday
to Scotland.
There are two patients in the
Greenwood aud District Hospital
at present and several visiting
patients. There are quite a number book for entry at an early
date, mostly for operations.
Dr. A. S. Lamb, of Victoria,
government ���s inspector of hospitals, is in town inspecting the
District Hospital and giving the-
Board'ot Managers advice as to
the making of by-laws and con-'
stitution.
Hugh Rutherford Cropley, a
well known miner and a resident
of this district for over7 25 years
died in the District Hospital on
Wednesday evening. Funeral
arrangements will be'made after
the arrival this afternoon.-bf John
Cropley, a brother, from Kara-
loops.
The Laffalot Girls Club played
a repeat Concert to a crowded
house in the Co-Op* Hall, Rock
Creek .last Friday night. The
girls went! through' their roles
with percision and perfection.
Everybody was well pleased with
the entertainment and the girls
received many congratulations.
A Supper and Dance was held
after the performance. ��77 was
received at the; door...
-VA'WSater experienced a- small
fire in his.kitchen -on Wednesday
afternoon. -Mrs.'; Sater. .was frying some fish and having, to leave
the ..kitchen: for "awhile, -on. Her
return tfre..kitcben was filled with
flames, and .'smoke. ��� Mrs.' Sater
had' the -presence of mind to
throw .pans of water-and thusex-
'tingijish the flames, elsjs:fa serious
"fife might :have resulted.- ' Whatever loss- Mr, Sater may have
sustained; will- be freepvered as -he
is covered-by insurance. XXxXX. " '
.Agda Carlson,' daughter of C.
-A..- Carlson'' of -Greenwood,- and
Gus' :-Johhson,7 of Eho.it, were
married ;. in. the Presbyterian*
Church'' in Grand Forks on-
'S'aturday,-N.ov. 29th ..by ,Rfey. F. FX
Kunualls. 'A reception was held at
the home of the bride's sister,-'Mrs,-
-Albert Olson at which-there.were
about -'40 present.-. The'happy
couple left on the coast train on a
two weeks honeymoon trip: and
onf their, return will, reside in
Eholt;. ;. :.,        v. -.
THelmer Stuhb, the round-the-
world equestrian, who was in.
Greenwood, a- short time ago, is
making, a second attempt, to
travel between Princeton and
Hope.on skis. His first venture
was on ;horseback and near the
summit his horsej which ;was..not
in good; coaditioUf after, a long
trip:,from CalgaryW apparently
gave up the- struggle and Stuhb
returned to Princetoh making the
jftsmeyf.part-way on a .pair of
skis fashioned for himself out of
a.smaii birch-tree/ - 7:     Xy
X Dr. A> F'.. Dprmafl.,. of Victoria,"
B.C. is Opening up a de'atal office
in Greenwood, on or about; the.
tenth .-foil-��� '.'-December..-- Anyone
wishing dental service of any
nature will find the oflice of Dr.
Dorman thoroughly, up to date, in
all7respects77fDr77Dofmari". _isff; a
specialist in f childrens. teeth and
comes;highly, recommended. He
is a graduate of Portland College
of Dentistry. ..His dental parlors
will be one of ^ the best equipped
in B.C. A special plea is made
to the mothers to .have..the childrf
rens Aeeth attended to. before
needless pain..' and. delayf;- have
been .experienced; 7 V -z V-77-'-/.-''
City Council
A regular meeting of the City
Council was held in the city office
Monday, Dec. 1st, Mayor Gulley
presiding and present Aldermen
Taylor, Kerr, Morrison, King
and Mowat.
The correspondence between
the City Clerk and J, W. Williams
of the Jubilee Mining Co. regarding the proposed site for a mill
was approved as satisfactory.
A deputation from the skating
and curling clubs waited on the
council to make terms for running the rink during the coming
winter. The matter of a supply of
water was adjusted when one of
the interested parties volunteered
the installation of a small pumping plant on Boundary creek if
the_city supply was not to be
available. "After long discussion
the lighting of the rinks was
amicably settled with a guarantee
of more economical consumption
thau in previous .years, the city
clerk afterwards receiving instructions to see that the agreement was lived up to. The basis
of rental of the rink is the same
as last year.
. The financing of the electric
light system received considerable
attention. The efforts of the
Council will be "-continued to be
directed towards lessening the
amount of current illegally used
by some.consumers on flat rate.
Several changes in the meter
systemvwefe ordered to be carried
out and it is hoped that during
the coming year meters will be
installed on every service. . The
"application ,of the Dominion
Public Works Dept. for free
lights in the. clock tower was deferred for future consideration.
All negotiations concerning the
electric light business are under
the direction of the city trustee.
Owing to numerous complaints
of horses and cattle roaming
around the streets for the last
two weeks it was decided that
mpre severe measures be taken
with owners who are the most
persistent ' offenders and due
notice will ��� be forthcoming to
them" from the City Clerk.
An inspection of water faucets
and valves throughout the city
proved to be very satisfactory
only a few cases of leakages
being found and these have been
remedied.
Death of Miss Annie Eustis
'The'sad news of the death of
Miss Annie Eustis was-received
by., wire 011 Tuesday aud caused
great .grief among her many
Greenwood friends.' The late
Miss'.Eustis died on Monday,
Dec. 1st at North Vancouver from
typhoid;pueumonia aT the" early
age of.22 years. She had been
nursing a typhoid patient when
she took ill. - She was born in
popper Cliff, Ont., and. came to
Greenwood with her parents in
1912, -and attended the local
s��ho'61 , where she was a great
favorite with teachers and pupils.'
Three years ago she entered the
yancouver General Hospital and
graduated last June. She was
just branching out into life when
the grim reaper overtook her.
Besides.ber sorrowing father and
mother she leaves four brothers
aHlivicg in Trail, She was well
liked by everybody she came in
contact with and -was much interested in. Sunday School work
and before going to the coast was
a .member of the Presbyterian
Church choir. .Burial'took'place
this afternoon in Vancouver.   :
Midway Warbles
��� Frank Chartrand was in town on
Mouday on business.
Born���At Midway, on Nov. 28,
to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bender, a
daughter.
Mre. J. L. Bush waB up on a
short visit from Spokane, returning
the first of the week.
The old Burg was treated to
California weather last week and
some of the Natives weie seriously
considering planting potatoes.
Several of the Natives went to
the Laffalot, GirlB Concert at Bock
Creek-last Friday. Ife is reported
that some of them are Bfeill laughing.  ,   "    . I    ���
The Professors of "Tieology"
are again hard at , labor. The
G. N. R. company are accepting
the finished   product   at reduced
rates.
Shorty Green is busy decorating
the interior of his Mansion. Shorty
intends giving a few "Mah Jongg"
parties during the long winter
nights. WW.
, The news of Jack Crosby's
death in the Kf. V. wreck latt
week cast a gloom over the town.
Jack was well known and liked in
the community.
The gentlemen were in the minority at thl last card party and
some of the young maids went
home singing "I'm afraid feo go
home in the dark.'' Wake up
boye!
The Doukhobors have nofe got
their sawmill in working order on
Cedar creek. Some of the older.
Douke it is reported intend going
over to Brilliant feo see their late
leader going up above.
Charlie Snyder and family were
down from the snow belt laBfe Saturday evening. Charlie is driving
team for Frank Chartrand afe
Bergen. Someone said fehey heard
Charlie saying "Gee Haw'' to the
���Ford." "   T^ -
Don't forget the Card Party in
tbe Old School House on Friday
night "boys." The collection ia
to be donated feo the Boy Scouts to
go towards buying uniforms. The
boys say fehey dont want any
buttons in the collection. They
have the buttons bufe lack 'the
uniforms.
V'Midwajy Newls -
' Mrs.. King8ley, of Bridesville, is
visiting   her. daughter,-.. Mrs.7.AV
Tippie, "V "'-'''.-,. .'-;-. ���' '".7;-W-'
The.Women's.-Farm Local will
meet-Saturday, Dec. 76th. V All
Welcome.''
C. -J. :Lnndy .returned from
Bonningfcon last week and has
since been confined to his home
through illness. Hismany friends
-wish him a speedy -recovery.77...-.   ���
A. Qard;Parfey7wiU'.b0 held in the
Old .School THoase oti Friday, Dee.
5feh;T-fe.he proceeds of which are to
go towards buying uniforms for the
Boy Scouts.
The Picture.Show to be held on
Saturday, Dec. . &th, will . be
under the auspices of the Greenwood ^and District Hospital.
Womens Auxiliary.'> Dance afterwards, with, supper served in the
Kennedy Store. -Show to commence at 7.45 p.m. -'"-.
Mining Notes
High grade ore is being sacked
at .the Strathmore for shipment feo
the-smelter.' _
H._W. C-Jackson, lof Spokane,-
is   in   town to   examine the Bay
mine, which is being pumped oufe.
Thompson Bros, are taking oafe
ore afe the Crescent and fehey expect   to   make a   shipment   next
.week.
P. B. Freeland, of Grand Forks,'
government   mining   engineer,   is
examining some properties around
Greenwood.
Ifc is reported that Tim Town end
has made a strike of 6180 ore on
the Little Bertha property up fehe
North Fork from Grand Forks.
E.   A.   Wanke   and   associates
have taken a lease on fehe Keno,
near Hartford Junction,    Assays
have been taken and show from 7,0
to 150 oz in-silver,: 1 oz,..in gold
aud 7J per cent lead.    This property has" nofe   been . worked" for.26
years.-. There is, a.15 foot shaft on.
the property and. work will  commence on this shaft   .There is--3 or
4 iuches.of. ore insight and the.
lead is lo.inches wide. It. is under-.
stood that ���': work   will commence
this winter. 7 V.
Strike of Gold Ore vv
. Another ' important- strike- of
gold orer was made Tin the 500:foot
level, south drift of/the Providence mine.last week. The gold
is" found in- the:white quart's'' arid'
is considered the richest. strike in
the -Boundary arid possibly.in the.
Province. '.;'.-
Farm Women C^,rd Party
The. postponed Calrd Party and
Dance at the Co-Op-'-Hall',. Rock
Creek, will be held on Friday, .
Dec. 5th, under the auspices of the:
Farm "Women and it is hoped there
will be a good-attendance so that
the children of the Eock ���'Greek
School will have a real treafe, THE   l.EDG-E;   GEEO^YOOD,   B.  0.
headache; BILIOUSNESS
Care With
Explosives
Explosives Ai;e -a Good Servant, But a
Cad Master
'Around ilie farm there arc many
eases wlion oxidosivo.s can bis used lo
advantage, and al limes ihis is tho
only method Unit -will secure the required  results,  says   Ihe Natural  Ke-
Saskatchewan Coal
Vast Lignite Deposits An Asset Of
Immense Potential Value
Tho production of lignite coal in the
Estevan area this year is expected to
reach 750,000 tons, as compared with
500,000 last year, according lo the
member for Estevan. That. is an increase of iifly per ceni. The operators are lo be congratulated ou ibis
excellent showing; but even at ihat
thcy have .scarcely .scratched'the surface of thc 50,000,000,000 tons of lignite thiit are supposed lo lie under the
soil of tlie Sourls district. The membei- ior Kstc-vaii i.s glad to see that
lignite coal produced in Saskatchewan
i.s being used in increasing amounts in
public buildings in this province. So
must everyone else in the province be.
Saskatchewan has in its vast lignite
deposits an asset of immense potential
value to if; but like other sub-surface
wealth this coal must be brought io
the surface and consumed before the
sources Intelligence Service of the De-!^0YinC0 ruallsf*f. ilU>' boneQt fr0U1 iL
partmoni of the Interior.     Thc groal-   J hu.:u��ol,ut oC llgmte lmncd llepc'uds
on the amount that can be sold.     As
est care, however, must be employed
in handling explosives, as ihey aro all
more or less dangerous and cannot be
treated lightly.
The employment ot" explosives in
laud clearing i-3 probably the most
widely known application in Canada.
The great saving of lime and labor by
using explosives in stumping and
blasting stones is an incentive to their
use. There ls no reason why they
should not be of assistance to the farmer, but unfortunately farmers, nnd,
iu fact, almost everyone except those
who make a business of it, have rarely
much experience in shot-firing, It will
be realized that they may expose
themselves to very real danger by
failing to take every precaution.
Most accidents with explosives can
bo traced to explosives used by consumers in small quantities.-    All users
should remember that explosives arc
made to explode under certain conditions, therefore, care should be taken
that those conditions  are allowed to
exist  only  when  the   explosive  is  in
position to do the work for which it is
intended and that all persons aro at a
safe distance.-,_:.   ��� y:-���-:���������.       ���-..-���---.-���,
'.- ...Explosion may-ho brought, about.- by
..:shocki-7-1riction."for.';,]it-_at.     Friction or
������Khockf'uiay be caused by rough or care-
.-.less:handling,'-.''sucii as .dropping jiaok-
7aJ5cs.i'contairiing 'explosives or, by-, drag-
. .sing'..th^m:'ai).oii.',ipn:.a ;gritly lloor," by
vffbr'cih'gfthemj-'int.o.'tqo.small a hole, by.
'7opening':-:'ed'_ie.s:oyiUt metal, .or- by. fan
y-ticcideni'abbio-vvVV-Any-one' off those
;7<hiiises7an'Wffx])Iosipii. and- should ;bc
���SavpidpciWfVWVW-' 7" V'-   ; V."   -'���
fV;^le^-^W'1(fl"'&V:j;i:,'0S'v<-s 01: blast:
fsmg;V'c^l^V(lo7fiiQfe;;: smoke " -or' ��� carry.
Vuatphp��tl)a.t7wiiif7:strike-- -any wlnyo.
7Safeis7nnitpltGs4a)i.ne' should. lie- used
���7foiVigiHini�� f useifwhen necessary.- Ex-
^Jplosiv^vaM caps must never
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V.7TJier<?7lsMltxi:f��:;Bangor: if -.explosives
;f?:ire:;lia.ii^e(i7carftfully, but.great daii-
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Vparinieni7pf;.:mines7at'-Ottawa, -lifts' is1.
;'f^jiti4."7"^-7-^.^\^Uv-^anjpii 1��t on ilie Hand-
Vimg\:oivp5xpip^iy/|s^fhnd those who have
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John  Cocker,  Hill  of TMty, Fyvie,
Scotland, leading Clydesdale breeder.
Russia's
'Class"  Army
far as its own coal serves its purposes,
Saskatchewan will be wise to bum It.
���Regina Leader.
Millions Lost On Gold Coins
Money is: Worn Away by Handling
Says Experts
What becomes of gold? It has
many channels of disappearance, according to experts. Figures show
that more than half of the annual output is employed iu lhe fine arts and
jewelry trade. Thousands of pounds
also are used by dentists, .one estimate being thai; over a ton i.s needed
every year for the filling of teeth.
Then money i.s worn away in handling, this loss being placed af $1,250,-
000 annually. Bank of England sovereigns are ofien tested and found to
havc lost much of the original weight.
Of the immense quantities of the precious metal that have been buried
away in tho earth, It is believed comparatively little has ever boon recovered.���Popular Mechanics.
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Canada Has Glowing Future
Co-operation Between East and West
Necessary Says Premier King
-. Optimism iu the future oi" Canada,
the need of cooperation'between1 oast
and west, inasmuch as lhe' prosperity
of .one section \pf the country meant
the prosperity" of ihe other, the paramount, .necessity of Canadians, under-
Bjfancling. their-., .c-duniry as a .whole
"and- the prediction:'of.a'glowing,future
for the CanadiaiVports oPthe. Pacific
coast, were t.h(7 outstanding---features'
of. anaddiTssf delivered .by .'the KiglVt
Uon.-.W.-L..- Mackenzie King,-' prime
minister, before-tho- members' off ihe
Women'-;- "libera! Club.  V 7' ,   V
^hd.7f pi*; zfc ''Cppy>'.:^v hich.
Tfr^brif vi;ecj ufas t X. Xyi
will
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77:^!pV?-eHm;:y^ftl7b0 introduced to'lhe
.;J5skiniPSoV.7fS|jecia-lb; .freighted,. -ie'e
Xi[r^i^[.iXipyhQXiiipii('d'h\to the far
ftmrtlv jfepiuiitjV/pJ^.'the natives? ,con-
fMiinjJiipniv'ip^-iiliWnear 'future.'- ' All
iflitypi^,pf:pEeftjp;.\i1in be included in Hie
/.sbipm^fcVVV7fV, _ .-" "';���    '"_ ��� y-yX
Aristocrats Have to Do All the
Menial Labor
Soviet ltussia makes no secret of
the fact that the lied Army is a
"class" army. That is, it consists entirely of men from the ranks of the
proletariat/ Members of the so-called "bourgebise" and of the old aristocracy are excluded as oilicers or soldiers from the army. Trotsky, tbe
red war minister, says such persons
must be regarded as hostile to the proletarian dictatorship, and cannot be
trusted with arms.
The services of such men. however,
are not permitted to go wholly unused.
It has been decreed that they shall
serve in what tlie Bolsheviks term
"auxiliary labor groups" iii ihe army.
This means they must serve the real
IteA Army soldiers. They Jrcep ihe
barracks clean, attend the horses, repair roads, supervise army mosses and
do other menial. tasks which are considered beneath tlio. "dignity" oi a real
ISelshevik soldier.
The "labor ' groups" . now include
many former princes, counts, generals,
colonels, nobles and others of ilie old
imperial regime.
James Kilpatrick, Craigiemains, Kilmarnock, Scotland, prominent Clydesdale breeder.
Robert Sinton, prominent horseman
of Regina, who prompted gift of
Craigie Fyvie.
A Gift From   Scotland
Real  Mother  Of  Parliaments
.iM.RSif.&.SprjB:.UDE ..WHITE
Rbun.d-the-World Tirp
Liner's Pantries Not" Big" Enough/For
.--���'" ""-':-"-- - Food'Supplies :'��� y X .
���������" The .-Red .SUui liner Helgenland .called atf Plymouth f for -the. lasr time prior
lo'.a round-the-world pleasure, irip./Sbe.
wi)L__._al_.e-'-;;00" tourists on ihe' emise,
which'.wjli last five..months.';:' 'As, the:
���vessel's-:pHHtnps 'arWnoibig enough
to-, bolil: ilie"consumable stores. to. be
carried, these will, occupy- the-'liblils.'
The -stores' include: J(*;000 lb.Vr beef".
78,000 eggs, 30.000'lbs. of "butter,��80,--'
00.0 -gallons " offcondensed milk-and.
aO0.000-Jb. of-llour:-   ���'".:.-        '    .'-'   '
United States First Country to Follow
Britain's Example
The legislative body of Great Bii-
tain may safely appropriate The title
of Mother of Parliaments. P_vrr_ a
century ago its children wore !����}1
few; but.today,the. parliament habit
has become world-wide. ���" The first
great ..."imitator;-."of. "course, -was ilio
United"!-. States', and herf'px-.unpJe has
been -followed'.by all .'the' dominions���
Canada, ."Newfoundland, Australia. New
.Zealand, and. South Africa". There is
now: alspf :i'.parlianiettt iii l'-gy;��.. .the
ancient, land of the/Pharaoh1., and au-
"otiier in', India.-, .-All .the Balkan
slates,- once, tinder, the. yoke ot the
Turk, li'avp- set -lin' their: own Housi'S
oi'VPai-iianVeiit, .aiid" noV-'ftln- ancionl
city o.f 't!iV"Arabian. Nigh I.s "-���Bagdad
'-^has'-fdllpwed, tlio; lead of the nowoi-
eaplials' of the Occident. ..-.
Splendid Clydesdale Horse is Donated
To Saskatchewan
"Craigie Fyvie," one of ilie best
! bred two-year-old Clydesdale stallions
in Scotland, was sent to Regina as a
free gilt lrom James Kilpatrick, of
Kilmarnock, and John Crocker, of
Fyvie, two leading Clydesdale breeders, lion. C. M. Hamilton, minister of
agriculture announced in Ihe legislature.
. Robert. Sinton, Regina member ot
the commit lee visiting Scotland in
1020, when "Bonnie. Fyvie" and "Bonnie Knchanter." since dead irom
swamp fever, were puvcluFcd, wrote
lo tho donors suggesting it, would bo
a magnanimous act for them to donate h well-bred Clydesdale to the province.
Within three weeks of mailing the
.loiter, Mr. Sinton    received a    cable!
advising   him   "Creigio Fyvie," broth-1
er lo "Ciaigie l'lncbanior.'' -pas on thc
way in cluugo of Mr. Kilpairick's sou.
"Tills is more than a princely gift
irom two public-spirited men to ihc
college of agriculture," said Mr. Hamilton. "It. is a gift lrom Scoiland to
Canada "
A Strange Meeting
Descendant of Lincoln Meets Man
Related to Murdered of President
A young man walked into an old
print shop on Cecil Street, St. Martin's Lane, and bought an engraving
of Abraham Lincoln.. It had been
displayed in the window. X . -
7 "I am a descendant of Lincoln," remarked the buyer.
"I _ant a descendant of John Wilkes
Booth, the actor, who assassinated
Lincoln in 1865," replied tke print seller. ���     '''���''... ;���'-'���: .',
This is the substance of the rc:
markable coincidence in wliich <!John
A. Lincoln, grand-nephew of the
American president, and H. M. Mitchell, whose father's cousin was the
murderer of Lincoln, were the principal figures.
"1 was looking in lhe shop window
of an old print shop," Mr. Lincoln
said, "and I saw tbis Lincoln engraving.     I asked about it, nnd in our con-
MOTHERS LIKE TO TREAT
COLDS WITH VAPORS
Direct Treatment with Vaporizing
Salve Immediately Reaches
Inflamed Air Pattage*;
It is no longer necessary constantly to
dose the children in
treatingcroup.bron-
cliitis, sore throat,
or deep chest colds.
Many. Canadian
mothers now use the
"outside" remedy,
Vicks VapoRub, for
the cold troublesof all the family, because
it is just nibbed over throat and chest���
there is nothing to take. When so applied
Vicks gives off medicated vapors which
are inhaled directly into-4Jic inflamed air
passages, loosening the. phlegm and making the breathing easier.
At thc same time Vicks is absorbed and
stimulates the skin like a liniment or
plaster and thus aids the vapors inhaled
to break up thc congestion.
At all drug stores 50c a jar. For free
test size package, write Vick Chemical
Ca.344St. Paul St., W.. Montreal. P. Q.
V
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Earth's Hottest Spot    ~
Thermometer Shows .136   Degrees  At
Settlement In  North. Africa
���Until. recently, Death Valley, Calif.,. "
where-a^ temperature of 184:1 degrees
in the Shade was registered at Greenland Ranch prv'July 10,3923, was ton-
Bidercd the hottest place in the earth's'
surface.'.    According':' to    "quarterly-
journal  of: the  Royal 'Meteorological.
Society, this- record has been broken
at the Italian settlement of Anizia, in.
the semi-desert region of North Africa,,
about 25 miles south of Tripoli, where
a properly sheltered thermometer rose-
to 136/4' degrees. i."
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NOTHING TO EQUAL
BABY'S OWN TABLETS
Mrs. Georges Lefebvre, St. Zenon,
Que., writes: "I do not think there Is
any   other   medicine   to equal Baby's
ersation ihe salesman f?ld mc that he i Own Tablets for liule ones.     I have
had the unfortunate distinction of being a distal, relative of Booth. It is
suflicietly extraordinary that a descendant of. Booth sbosld be selling
prints of Lincoln in London, but more
astounding that ho should by coincidence be selling it to a Lincoln."���Now
York Herald Tribune.
Highest  Radio  Station
used them for my baby ad would use
nothing else."     What Mrs. Lefebvre
says thousands of other mothers sajv
They have found by   trial    that    thc
Tablets always do just what is claimed for them.     The Tablets_are a mild
but thorough laxative which"" regulate
the bowels aud sweeten   the   stomach
i and thus banish indigestion, constip'a- '
j tion, colds, colic, etc.     They aro sold
I by medicine dealers or by mall at 25
! cents a  box  lrom The Dr.  Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Wil
ifvpgii^EKOT WELL.
KEY.V
iALTH!- '"X"'
���imM-^YovR
:���;;:7ilo:t.tonfc>rdf'Alta;���*BoinK .run-down
i��-tteip.:tff(s^,ilu:.kl'!wias 'in a wf>akrn��>.l ivjn-
���';di6ioSjr''ha:d'--'d:i'^.:-.''spoIls  and j.honutvs
;.'ifif.:bi-fiiitbi..:feHb'i".5?d -bv famines.?.   The
:'jniiid!e :agit.ifcr,!'W :tua<]e things ��.(.em as
llMfb^-never^eKl-wt.il a?ain. but, 1
"i!f^3ietfl.cW:!fl.e3'-.iW)J.-to give un. Hearing
���-'ipferJJT. JPi'er'csft** fa.nioi.__ Gulden Medical
JJiscoyer-S; ft serif, -.for a -bottle, followed
theyisSctiopSj and. won Mt Jpss tired
Jind fajht, and .liiiallv I got back t�� n��y
���jioftnal.������-.state-.    I  have   thanlied  God
tfiiiny. tittifts .Sot- the restoration of mv
Jiealtli  so   I:..cpiild   reniain  with  my
fiimily. anal gladly  webmnmnd  this
'Shcoy'erfof r>r_ J>ir>rce'.a...for it is so
nUifevaba.wortb a trial to any one who
is*; funsdosvp^-T-Sirs. Gertrude . Wb
"Crystal :Spr.ngs Farm.
Oolden Meilicijil fiiscoverv is put- up in
J>r; Kerens .Laboratory iu jSridiieborfr,..
Ont>.anrt sold.by all druggists m botli
tablets.sndikpiid. - .Send 13r. Pierce 10^:
..for: p:istl'pkihsge-..of, tablets."   -   . ��� /
%iio':Pr.iPierc��jS1r'--st. InvalWs Hotel,
��� jB.tttfa.Wf^jr.TTloir free medical advice. -'
iitij.
iWxtfyU- ^053
Spilling the Beans'
- ".Vi-.s, it's realy remarUable,; i-:obb>;
'seems .to. eat. t'wi'ce as- much chicken
\ybon .we.have visitor.b!" said ibe fond
mother io her guests.':_ -'���"_
..-"Really? And why is thai: Bobby?".
T-he query cannvin a-chorus. .
- Bobby's reply-. was . disconcert ing.
:-"Becttiisp)"-lie said, "iha1!rt'file only
lime we have it." ."' " -'       7
"Saskatchi.wari Chieken Pool 7
.'��� Sixteen" .tiiousund, -live' hundred
chickens" havo been brought JntoVltty
giua/this fall uder. the.'new pool car
sy.st.em-ahvitdy.''this season.-. .Of the
total about'onejiialf.-have been shipped, out. for. .foreign mark eis in live
poultry transit, ears, specialy built for
the business. '  .
";'.,'.  'W'VDog Ki.ils.Self..
���- "Jtonaltl."' a; Scotch-collie', committed
suicide'at-Hull. -Eng. ��� When boys, in
tbe neighborhood' tied- tin cans to Ronald's tail, the dog became so frantic
that he jumped beneath the .wheels of.
a streetcar and wati instanily killed.
7   Bermuda Importing Water
Depends .. .OnV-Ra.i-nW"and- -Summer's
'. SupplyfWas Inadequate
.-. -A -.staff. correspondent of ilie" Nov/
York 'Evening Post.reportsVlial. Her-
mudai whicli has contribiiied" so many
stronger -l.iquidsHo the c��llars-j>r .New
i'ork, is-Umporiing. watevf from that,
-city,at' a7cost" pf-more.tliai'i'$1,500 a"
week. Things;-"even wpi' in. tli'c-flong'
run..- Bermuda, it .seems, has ho wells
and lives on.rain.. -Eac_h.-ho.uso has Sis
���roof" of coral stone 'that serves'..as'a
wafer-catch, 'but'iiie'catch'ivii.'i' ixi.-
ade'quat'e" this - su miiier, and - so - Bermuda-pays" the"bill. . AYalor. itfself
cosis nothing to-:import. ..'' But'-, the
overhead .is ?J,500. a week for; freight.
'���'Collier's.- X ���' ''���   '- '.'������'���'
London Postmen Have Art Club
Many of Them Are Exceptionally
Good Artists
Th-; ordinary Londoner usually
thinks oi the postman as being engaged exclusively in the monotonous work
of sorting and delivering mail. Many-
were suipiised recently to learn lhat
tbe criployces of the .British postal
system have a flourishing art club
"which held an" exhibition""in which
more than 400 pictures, all drawn or
painted by-.-postal ' .workers,", wen-
shown.; ' ������ ' - " --77 ". 7 ';'��� ' ��� -
','��� Many .of the paintings have boon declared' by art'critics to be'of;exceptional, beauty, and bnb-of^ the'-exbibitors.
who/ still"continues' hisf work-in the:
post .oflice,. lias.had. pictures in'' the
salon of -tlie Royal - Academy.."' 7    f
Broadcast Weather Forecasts
Ft;pni .Mountain in France
The highest radiii-telephonic, station
in the world has" been opened at the
observatory" ou the Pie <lu Midi, some
J0,000 feet iu altitude. Tbe station
uses a 350-meter wave length and has
tin antenna "tapaciry 01 SOO watts.   -
Tbe installation was taken up ihe
mountain jn sections, the heavier
parts on mule back and the delicate
instruments by band.
In addition to assuring communication between the observatory and Bag-
neres, which has hitherto b'-'en precarious, owing to the breaking of
wires by pvalanehep, Ihe station will
render immense service to agriculture
by broadcasting  weather  forecasts.
It is also expected that H will faci-
litute the study of various radio phenomena includingjhe "fadingl'_pf signals
from distant stations.    .
Life f On Mars" Probable
New Irrigation District _
Following an interview with .the
minister of tU<5 interior, farZaers in. the
RetlawLomond district are proceeding, to form an irrigation district under the Alberta Irrigation Aci.
The Inspector:  "I  And your scales
absolutely correct, Mr. Short; sixteen
ounces to-the pound."
-.Short, the; grocer:.'-I suspected tbc-y
were..,   I'm. gonna iix ''cm when I "get.
time."--''":--7"/   -:' ".X'������"'���"   ������ .'."-.���.
"..-Linen belonging.to the old,imperial
families in Vienna was sold recently.
Astronomer.-; Says . .Vegetation'. and
', 7 '.'.-"Animal Li/a Co-existent
��� An ihterpretalion- of. the iccen't observations of Miifs when Uk. planet
was at its closest point to ihe pjirih-
"strengtbens tht. piobabllitj-. tliat Mars
is fitted to fcupi)ortlil.V".sai<i'..Robe"rj
.(.��. Aikeii, astrononjer of -Lick-."Observatory, of .the. Univer��ity;:pf California,,
in-a liictuie at- San Frahcisoo.^-'jle'
went on- to uxplain-"if as many���bbufirv-}
er_3:believe, .ibe'gri-.enish tliige.of gr��a't.
surface, areas, in- the eariy.-Manian
summer is- ilu*,' to , vegetation;-,, then,
undoubtedly,. animal zhfc,- at least -of
.low forni, is - present,. for tbe iwo are
always co-exist oil,, on 'our Piirtlu"- ''
Enriching the Language --; '-���
Americans. Show  Great '.Resourceful-.
'ness In.. Coining'-Indefinite "Names-
:' "Do other--races';shpv,"" the satnc.loyn
for indefinite names":.and-the samo-re-
f.ourcelulnc.us iii- coining^ them that is
shown by Apiericaiis.?","....- " ���;., .' ';]'
. "Following 7i.s..-; a .list .of .Indefinite
names-recently collected- in "tli^ fcen-
trsil west"::"Thingumbob/ shlngunajig.
.thingamdiioocllp, dingus,'- dingbat,-"doo\
funny, doodad^ doodaddlei iloogood,
dooflick.us, iloojohn, doohickey, doo-
bbbus, dpohinkoy, - doob.ibby, tloj>
liackey,. gadget; -fiunadiddle, 'dickluin,
jigger,- fakus, kadjgin, ihumadoble,'ppr
'triculuni,-..fri3gumajig,. ��� hbopeiidiVdilyi
diubie/'V-Americaix .-Mercury.     7 '���'���'_
Wonderful  Flight  Of  Pigeons
800-mile Journey  Has   Been  Covered i
���V : In One Day '     j
At. a recent pigeon race held In'
England, birds flew from Talace Yard.
London, to lbo "Black- Country���an [
average distance of a hundred miles���
In two and llireo-quarter hours. ^And
this raises ah interesting question:
What is the limit of flight of a pigeon?
A few years bbelrSOO miles was held
to be impossible, but today there are
numerous pigeons' in England which
have, exceeded ihat distance. There
were" many flights by . war . carrier
pigeons of extraordinary length and
precision, and the 800-mlle Journey
from'Marseilles to England has been
covered by, a, pigeon in a tingle day!.
Which Town?
Motorist���-"How.far Is It to'the next
town?" " .     '
lfick.���"Dunno. Ye see, I don't
know- much about them autcymobiles.
'\Vicli way is the elern thing pointin'?'*
J LITTLE HELPS FOR i
} THIS WEEK j
ire satisilcth the loiiRlrg soul, and
filleth (he hungry soul with goodness,
���-Ps. evii., 9.
More than our feeble hearts can ever
_-���   PJne
For holiness,   --
Thc Faiherrin His fonderness divine,
Learncih lo bless.
���Francos Tower Cobbe
A root set in the finest soil, in. the
best climate, and blessed with all that
sun and air and rain can do for il, is
not in so euro a way of its growth to
perfection, as every man may be
whose spirit aspires after all that
which God is ready and infinitely desirous 10 give him. For the sun meets
not-the~KpfIngIng" bud"that~slretches"
toward him with half that certainty aa
Ood, the source of all good," communicates Himself to iho soul that longs
to partake of Ilim.���William Law.
Be Prepared
for" colds.
start with
Cheek them at the
rn^^n
- 7.Wf-~~~~r~y~~~~ ' . "���'".- . j ' Kfforts are being made, in England
A -British' expedition brought back j to.develop monoplanes fitted with iii
.'J.000-specimens of fish."froin the.Xile j engines each and - airships carrying
in Egypt. f:~ . :." V.V   .'.../   V. |120. pasesngess at.a tinie.
���'I havo called,' sir," said the bashful young riian, "to request the hand
of yourrc!jM,ig]jter in marriage."
"Ofl}? '" Ites" she- acceptixl you?" iri-
ijUit'Sd the busy father,
i* "Yes, sir."- .   ...     '
"Then, what do you want to come
^S^V-u'-C-iround.   and    bother   me ' with-,-your
troubles for?,"
. It is almost impossible to convince
a man thai wealth (ioesn't buy happiness until he bs in a position lo prove
it to hfs own satisfactioBi
, Ask
Your
Dealer
For ���
The
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MMAPPEAtTO i^^SSSits
: v Winnipeg.���Representatives of,
mortgage: associations in the three
prairie provinces and the western
section of the Canadian Council of
Agriculture will meet in conference-here December 16 : and 17.
The object of tho conference, according to John Ward, secretary
of the council, will bo. to brings
about better understanding between the borrower and lender.
Means by which the mortgage
business may be placed on a more
satisfactory footing for both parties and rural credits will' be discussed. -���'.���' V
0NRM1SCASE
Ottawa:���Granting-by the railway
commission of leave to appeal to the
Supreme Court from its majority Judg-
menfin the Crow's Nest rates case is
the first effective move by the prairie
provinces to combat the abolition of
the Crow agreement. While lhe"
leave is granted, the commission reserves judgment ou the form of questions to be submitted.
There was conflict between counsel
as to whether, as tho railways claim,
one fundamental question suffices, or
whether there should be several... It
is agreed that the primary question is
whether tho Crow's. Nest.is a special
act overriding the /General . Railway
Act-)sor whether the commission's authority under .the latter' Is -fn'ot circumscribed, by any special.'enactment.
Counsel for the prairie provinces desire, however, lo go further and have
the court pronounce on the question'
of discrimination, and say whether the j
Crow's: Nasi Act, if valid, should be W,  :      ,-   ^,    .,
XLXi-  i ���       ^ ii i--_-  n -others aro in jail charged with unlaw-
- applied generally, or only to lines and i jo
-localities, existing In 97.   The enlarge-.
Border Patrol Strengthened
U.S.   Allege   Aliens   Being   Smuggled
"^Over From Canada
, Grand Forks.���One alleged smuggler
of aliens and nearly fifty aliens alleged to have been smuggled over the:
Canadian border have been rounded j
up in. the Grand Forks district in the j
last  six or seven days, Immigration!
officers   announce,   and. 'a   score   ot
A Livestock Pool
British General Assassinated
For
Plans    Are    Now    Under-.  Way
Formation-    of      Pool      Iri
Saskatchewan
Saskatoon.���Plans for- a livestock
pool for Saskatchewan are how under
way aiid are being prepared by the
Farmers' Union of Canada from its
head oflice here. Thobasis of the
pool, according to Secretary W. M.
Thrasher, will be,a long term contract
and ihe intention is for the Saskatchewan pool to co-operate with a livestock pool now organized in Alberta.
ln pr.epa.ring Its plan for a livestock
pool, the Fanners' Union consulted
Aaron Sapiro wlio recommended for a
Saskatchewan pool, the form of. contract, prepared - for. tlio Alberta livestock pool by the Hon. J. B. Brownlee,
attorney-general of the province.   -
AVbilo it is the ultimate intention
to handle all tho export cattle to
tbeir foreign destination, tho initial
steps will consist of organizing local
shipping facilities and handling tho
stock on the livestock mankels of
Cariada and the United States/
entering the country from Can-
ment of the reference is opposed, as
unnecessary, by the railway comniis-'t
sion,-and forcibly so by Commissioner
lloyce.
To Stimulate Production
Forward Agricultural Policy Adopted
By Baldwin Government
London���A forward agricultural pol-
icy on the part of the Baldwin Government ia foreshadowed in an" official
announcement, stating that the gov-
��rnnieht, in convoking a' conference ot
the owners of agricultural lands,
rarmers and farm laborers,, with representatives pf the government, aim's
at the adoption of methods to main-,
tain,an increase of arable land and
stimulate a maximum production of
foodstuffs.
���9    _
. The statement declares that tho
proposed conference   should   aim  .at
- an addition or at least 1,000,000.acres
of arable land; but should not give tin-
due attention to lhe production _of
wheat to tho exclusion of livestock,
dairying and oilier agricultural activities. It points out that cultivated
land can, in an emergency, bo diverted to wheat, whereas normally it. is
.not a national-necessity to grow wheat
to a greater extent than is economically profitable.
fully
ada.   ..������..'"
Since the completion of harvest in
the Dominion there has been an exceptionally large movement of aliens
to border' points, and the patrol
forces have becn strengthened to
cope with the situation. It is declared that aliens congregate In Winnipeg from where smugglers drive them
to the international border.
Strong Delegation
From Prairie Provinces
: ��� t
,West Well Represented At Meeting On
Crow's Neet Rates   ,     p
- Winnipeg.���Western.Canada will be
represented by one of the largest and
most influential delegations that has
ever journeyed to the * east to wait
upon the Federal Government preparatory to the cabinet meeting called to
deal with the action of ihe board of
railway commission ers relative to the
Crow's Nest. Pass agreement.
- The prairie provinces are represented by Premiers Hon. John Bracken for
Manitoba, and Hon.'' Herbert Greenfield, Alberta.
Leading members of the legal profession are included in the delegation,
including II. J; Symington, ICC, counsel for'ihe three prairie provinces.
REP0RTUFE0F
Nationalists
a desperate
Record Price For Steer
Grand     Champion     Weighing . 1,260
Pounds Brought $1.60 a Pound
Toronto���-What-Is believed to be the
highest price ever paid in Canada, for
a steer was realized in the sale of J.
Bt.   Gardhouso's    "Merry - Monarch,"
��� grand champion of the -Royal. Winter
Fair here.    Its weight is 3.2G0 pounds
and the price paid was $1,60 a pound.
The   purchaser. ..was.,  tho   T. Eaton
Company. .        ^; ��� -..< ....
Suspect Soviet Agents
.United . States   Cipher. Code   Stolen
'".-" 7..:. From Riga Consulate   . V
-   London."���-The United .States -consul*
-,. ale" in Riga,'EslhoniaV has..been..rob-
.bed'iho second-time this year,:says a
��� ���: dispatch to the fDaily Mail from Riga.
- The'diplomatic cipher code'and a large
Quantity of diplomatic.correspondence
. were stolen.'   -According.'to the..cor-.
, /respondent; agc-jits of lhe" Russian So-'
���'��� vict arc suspected.". --.  :.
To .'Ask.,,Arbltratlon   Commission
. Moscow.���In.its reply to tho. recent
British-note, the Soviet Government',-'
it, is understood,'probably will, reitei-.
ate its demand that-the authenticity
of'the.'famous Zlnovicff letter .shall be
passed upon by an.arbitration .commission.    : Regarding'.Great Britain's '-rejection of .the   Anglo-Russian, 'treaty.
f.tlse Soviet.reply "is expected to stale
that nil -Russia can do is'express rty
gret.that the opportunity, is lost to establish  t hrougli. this medium cordial
diplomatic and  commercial. relations
���between; tlio two countries'.'.
More Cattle For Britain
Shipments From Canada This Year
Total 72,938 Head '
Ottawa.���One of the largest weeks
of the year for shipments-of Canadian
cattle to - the ' United Kingdom was
recorded for the seven days ended
November 20, when 2,2$7. head were
sent i'rom Montreal, Halifax and Boston.. -     ;   -.-. ' '.'  v
- This -brings the total, for the year
to 73,938 head. The increase over the
corresponding period of 1923" is- now
more_thaii 20,000 "head, ~llfe~"figiFre fiorf
last year being 52,353."    "-.        "-'.-"'.
. The'shlpping conipanies in Ike'week
ended ..November; 20 received _$45,740.
In.revenue.fiom this source alone and
for the year tip to November. 20 have
netted -almost $1,500,000.",   '-'-   '-'- "."
London. ��� Egyptian
have arranged to mako
attempt on tho life of Viscount Alien-
by, the British High Commissioner, according to the Cairo correspondent of
the Daily Mail, who says that information regarding this plan has been
received i'rom many trustworthy
sources and that tho danger is officially regarded as very serious.
The guards bn the Residency have
been doubled, and increased precautions will be taken to protect Lord
Allenby when driving through the
streets.
An order has been issued lhat.every
high British military and civil officer
henceforth shall be accompanied by an
armed - escort. Officers, must carry
revolvers, and civilian ollicials must
keep revolvers in their desks.
"JXtwar Pasha,'the Egyptian premier,
in an interview with Lord Allenby, according io the. Mail's-'correspondent,
indicated his intention to comply with
the last outstanding British demand.���,
withdrawal of opposition to the fulfillment of Great Britain'.-, wishes regarding the protection of.foreigners,'
SIR LEE STACK
Sirdar of the Egyptian Army and
Governor-General of the 'Sudan,' who
was shot down by assassins in Cairo.
Manitoba's Plan To
Relieve Unemployment
Winnipeg.���As a means of relieving unerhploynient; the Provincial Government will immediately call for tenders for gravel- "
ling the Lord Selkirk highway, between St. Norbert, six miles south -
of Winnipeg, and Emerson, on the
international boundary, Hon. W.
R. Clubb, minister of public works,
announced. The government also
contemplates the extension of the
main trunk highway throughout
the entire province, the minister
slated, but this programme will
extend over a period of years and
will bo developed only as economic conditions warrant.
Foreign Press Criticism
Daring Patrolman
Prevents Holdup
Put    On . Duty   To   See. What   He-
Could Do   7
New York.���An attempted holdup
by three men of the patrons of a restaurant on-tho west.side was. thwarted by the daring of John T. Burk, who
was put on patrol duty"lo see-ifllat
he could do.". Burk wounded two pf
the men after a close range pistol duel
and, villi the aid of another "patrol^
man, arrested them.'- .The third"gtin-
���man,--tliougli7'v6uiided,���"csc'apnri." V'--
Radio Compass Guide
Boon To Aviators
Mechanism Shows Route. When Landmarks Obscured By Fog-
':. .Washington.���The first -test of the
"radio compass" guide for aviators on
airway ilight promises the end of all
fears for tho flyer who . now must
largely, guess his way when fog or
haze obscures his view of the earth.
Radio compass mechanism, perfected after long experiment by the
United States Air Service and Signal
Corps, lo overcome the handicap of
. low visibility iii flying, was given its
first practical experiment in flight between the airway points of Dayton,
Ohio, and Moundsville, W.Va.
AVhile a constant stream of signals
floated between the radio towers iu
tho two places, the aviator, Hying in a
haze and without attempting to guide
by landmarks, was kept on a virtual
bee-line route by a special receiving
apparatus that told him by. the signals
when he was sliding off. his course.
Sir Gilbert Parker Injured
Severely     Bruised"   When     Knocked
Down By An Automobile
��� Aiken, S.C.���Sir Gilbert Parker, bf
London, the novelist, suffered severe
injuries hero when he was struck and
knocked io tho ground by.au automobile.
Sir Gilbert, who-is 62 years of age.
arrived in New York aboard tbe United States liner President Harding on
November 21 on bis way to South
Carolina to recuperate after undergoing an'operation in.London,'and to
revise a novel lie has written which
deals with the-period of Louis XIY. of
France.' "'   '���'.'--��� -     ��� ;-
.-7��� Lipton To Challenge
7 -Toronto.-
known  Iri
Asserts Board At
; Enmity With/Veterans
Colonel Peck, V-C, Makes-'Statement
7     .   At Meeting In. Victoria
Victoria, B.C.f-r-Unanimous; approval
by the legislature'of British.Columbia
was given io a. resolution fathered by
Captain . Ian" Mackenzie;. Vancouver,
and seconded by. Coif /Cyrus Peck,
V.C., having for lts7obJect,.betterment
of conditions for. returned soldier pensioners ami their dependents. ' ', '.
: In speaking/to the resolution,.Col.
Peck - stat.i-d": that, -in'. all 'seriousness
anil'.f will .full .realization "of what
such .a statement- would; convey, the
pension.' board was. at enmity with
the cause of-returned men in Canada.
French Admiral Recalled
Commander-in-Chief Declined to Re-
��� ,' . ceive; Russian Delegates
Paris,���Admiral -Bxelmans, '��� port/admiral . bf Bizerta, and commander-in-
chief of.the French . naval' forces, in.
North Africa .waters; has "been.recalled, after declining to7 receive; delegate's/of .the"-'Russian Soviet Government "wlio. arrived to '.take over the
remnants., of- Baron 'WraDgel's -fleet,
says the correspondent of the.Echb de
Paris: ""'" .--."'.:-    -   -.... ��� "' ���'- -.-'
PLOTS IN EGYPT
MENACE LIVES OF
BRIlMpICERS
- London.���The discovery-of-a network of plots throughout Egypt, declared to menace the lives'"of 'British
officials'-in that country and in the
Sudan, from the governor-general
down.to civil clerks, has caused the
British authorities to issoue orders for
the arrest and imprisonment of all
prominent anti-British plotters.
Further arrests, possibly on a large
scale, In Cairo and Alexandria, are expected to follow quickly the arrests
announced recently, it is intimated iu
ollloial quarters here.
Great Britain, it is stated, intends
.to safeguard the lives of its subjects,
I and it is the belief of the men on the.
ground that the best method is lo arrest the plot leaders, uo matter what
rank or position they may occupy in
their country. Field Marshal Vis'
count Allenby, British high commissioner in Egypt, has expressed lhe
hope and opinion that the new Egyp-
tion cabinet will co-operate in breaking up' the plots, in addition to accept-'
tbo-: British demand .that political
meetftigs be stopped.
Great Britain is placing much emphasis on this last demand, it being
explained that the murder of the Sirdar and the present crisis were, in ihe
British view, the result of the Egyp-
tlon     Government's     allowing    open
meetings, in wliich  the  discontented
must assert our own right to deal with j0,(,nlunts wer0 ab)e t0 work on putilIo
what.ia essentially our own affair, in j r���e���ags' am] to further such plots as
our own. way.     This Is not a dispute j lhat for lbe murdci. o�� lho slnlar>
of the kind wiih which the'League of! 	
Nations is qualified lo deal.
'"In regard to American criticism
that, the British Government has
attended to capitalize, for state purposes, a burst of indignation, and to
use an assassination to do tbe work
of statesmanship it would' be easier
if ii- were desirable to resort to the
'iu quoque.'
"The" great" republic Is extremely
sensitive    concerning   all attacks by
London   Evening   Standard   Reminds
UJS. of the "Maine" incident
London.���That thc press of, the
world in general is of somewhat different mind than ihe Conservative
newspapers of England, there is amplo
'"evidence in long extracts from the foreign editorial pages which are pouring
into London by wire and wireless.        j
The Evening Standard, in 'anf.edi-i
torial bearing lhe caption "The Foreign View," says of the press criticisms   In   France   and    the   United
States:
."America asserts in regard to large
parts of the globe a doctrine at least
a"s strong as that for which we have
secured  recognition  in  Egypt.      Wo
Beam Wireless Station
First  Station   in  America  is  Erected
Near Montreal
Montreal.���For "communication   by
means - of    Signor    Marconi's    new
"beam" system with similar stations
which are being erected ln England by
* j the Marconi Company on behalf of.the
/British Post Office'   Department,"-'the ���
small powers .on/its citizens and all [first of five  .steel towers  measuring
assaults    on.  national    honor."   We.I
should    hesitate    to   suggest that
has ever capitalized an    Incident   ol jbcam wireless station at Urninmond-
that    kind,    but    tbe American flag jville, near Montreal, was finished .this '
waves in the Philippines becauso au j woek.     It will be the first station in
accident' happened   in   Havana   liar- i America to use the beam system-ot"
V'c.I-J50 feet, which will support the.aerial,  :
it; and reflectors of the   new - .\iarconl '���'.
bor."
transmission    ln    commercial .' tele--
WESTIS WELL
REPRESENTED AT
CHICAGO SHOW
; graphy.  . '" /' -   7
j    A receiving station of ihe same cii-
j cult   is   being   built af Vumachiehe,.
jQue., also with five slcei towers, 350."
I feet: in height, and rapid progress'-is',
j being made. ',/���;.;
[Approves British Action;
Planning Zeppelin
Expedition To Pole
Nansen     May.     Accompany   German
_���..-_   :��� Aviator" to "Fa"r~:Nd?tirfT   -
- Chrlstianla.--- Commander "'.Burns,
.German aviator, 'who' in 19.19 published, a plan for. a Zeppelin ^expedition-tb
the .north f pole- is .hero' as'the guest
of Dr. Fridtjof- Nansen, who is .reported to;havo..agreed'to"accompany hiin
when he puts' the,plan, into.operation
at'a date, yet to .be: announced. "Tlie
expedition will-be a scientific "one.-..
Chicago.-fEven   more   interest
j Canada was added to the. JntcrnalSontil
Livestock'-.. Exposition    being held at'.j
the stockyards-here--wiih ' the Van-"-'
";   To Tighten Alien Restrictions
London.���A general tightening tip of
the" regulations regarding-aliens was
���rSir.'Thomas Lipton, -well-j promised to a deputation from the Nail "yachtsman, Informed
a"J tional: Citizens' Union by Sir .William
local newspaper that he bad definite- j joynson-Hlcks; home secretary.-There
Double Drowning At Coast
Murder arid. Suicide le Theory Held
..'-:��� .' 'By-Police'" - -
1 ..Vori l-laneyr B.CWWhal is alleged
by the'��� police.to be a ease of murder
and suicide Is revealed in the. finding,
of the.bodies of Arthur Johnson, 48'.'a
Finland er,-of Webster's Corners, su.'d
his five-y.earold sou, Charles, drowned.-in four, feet of water in a bath bar-,
rel outside bf their home here.   -'���;-'.
The discovery was made by..Henry
Johnson", another, "son of:.-the. dead man.
- } , Predict�� Mine Strike
:. London.-VA. great struggle between
the miners and tiie "mine owners in the
near.future is predicted by\A. J. Cook,
general secretary bf fhe Miners';Federation.; Secretary .Cook.." says' (he
struggle will, come .either In connection with the 'inftie' owners' demand
for a reversion to ihe cigbt-limu*. day.
or, on ihe definite, refusal of the.mine
wprkei-a :to ratify further agreements,
unless a ilving.Vage is assured thereby-    "V '���    -Xy[-X 7'V./ :-\.v"'
ly decided, to challenge' for the "Anier-
ica Cup in 35*26.77-   -".-������.   ���-'/' ' '- '���
Jeilicoe Returning .,' ' ���
Wellington; N.K.-^yisceurit Jeilicoe,
viio- -lias retired from the Covc-rnor-
tJeneralship'of- New Zealand, and is
being sacceie'dod by Sir Chsiries Ffr*-
gwson, has left New Zealand.
-; Christen <35aht Dirigible
Washington.���Tlio - giant ^.-dirigible
ZH-3���the last of.the historic line of
German- zcppclins���was  rechristeneij
Stee United. States ship,.''Los Angeles;"
W-   X,   U.   15S3
are 22,862- registered aliens in, Great
Brltain,fof. whom nearly,, 3 7.0,000 a re" in
London-.:
Many Candidates !n German Election
..BerJin.���A .total.off2i> distinct par:
tie's have candidates for the Kei'ehstag,
in the; approaching election, among
: these-'being the tenants' party, a. reconstruction- party, valorizations and
sayings parties.
Canadian  Is. Chairman	
Geneva.-Viion".    Dr.' U. ,S. Belaud;
Canadian   minister, of  soldiers'"civil
re-establishment   and ��� delegate from
Dominion to
Probe Attempted Wreck
;   Calcutta,' India.���Authorities investi
gating two attempts to-   wreck -mail
. Tvvo.'Years For Faithless Guard
..'Afon'treai.���For .aiding Guisseppe
Serafini.In . tlie' hitter's attempted Vs-
eape froni Bordeaux Jail prior to his
execution for.; the > murder of. Henri
Cleroux,. Jean". Carpentler, . former
guard at'th'e jail, was;s<-nte.riccdftb two
years :.-.imprisohment. hy Justice De
mors."      V  7-   '-'-.'���'   ' "."-;' W'
for. Melbourne  Paper  Endorses Policy In
j .'..Egyptian Trouble 7- ���
Melbourne.  Australia.���Commeniing
ihe .Egyptian, situation, the  Mob
on'
bouriie1
"'fTlris
Argus says: .-,,'���   _'.-'..- :Z ���
of. -Alberta, f will - "be ic guest at tbe |.    'X"1-'.' Praof 7 lh;l�� '^X Britain' is
show. - - Oflicials of the show are. plan-.'.prei����rscf to."ae.t;-.as avcII   :is, ...talk,,.in
ning.to'soo"Uiat-h"e-ebU .Vflt'tiiig ��~ !��-oCeDoe of her. policy, which Is-based
the Dominion to. the Geneva opium 1 trains in the presidency of llengalare
conference, was; elected chairman oft convinced the violence was due io
the committee dealing with the manu-.j political Motives.   ' .
facture and sale of aarcotici. j ������ ���������
���^������������-���^- '��� Franco-German. Treaty    , ,
Receipts Exceed Expenditures     *j    Paris.^���The    Franco-German ; com:
Buenos Aires;���For tbe first time in jmercial "treaty neg��^tiatlons are tinder-,
manjr years  Argentina's  yc-arlj- rev-jstood to lie proceeding i-ati,-fac��4rjty
; eiiue receipts ��xeeed. the espenditare. ��� arid -will l*st aboat Sve more wteks;.
7    f    England and Japan Agree'
,.'"/;t-n'e.va.T-EngIand:;has" .agreed . to
Japan's 'niaintenance. of the right to
import, export -and transport opium
.under ihe. government import-.certificate system and a full'agreement-between thy* two nations'is nowposslble
at the antwliug conference being held
litre.
nouncement ��� tha t - Premier Greenfield,
lest at tb<:
Oflicials of the show are. p!��ii'
j'.(,.-i iteienoc
ception._and_it_Is_i>robable'i.hat,_h'e-Wili jon- -Jle
be called on- for a short /pee'eh;- "       j
.   Premier. Greenfield's visit will ��� also j
spur the numerous'Alberta-'entries, on'
iovdo even'- better, tban'-in tlie' past.
Though. his"- attention "will be; centred
on the hay and,grain division, in:wblch.-
bis: province's entries aro7most-nuni
crbns/.iie will/also, watch'---tiie' luck.of
the Alberlaus. in thef cattle, sheep and
librae:divisions.-    '-.     VV -. 7-77"    ��� 7
The ..Targest. individual exhibit in
the"; cattle.-;dIvision from "an Alberta
.'ranch"is froni O.-A. Boggs;'anu7Son, of.
baysJan'd.- f .Mr: Boggs,-- who.last year
took one second;-one fourth, and four
other.places infthe various classes of-
Herefords, has' entered twelve ^Here-
fords, this-year:- Ills exhibit stands:a
.strong chance of taking some blue
ribbons, especially iii the aged herd
class.-- .--_". ' -.  . .:       ...7.."-.-.' -'
Frank- Coil.lcut, of- CroSsfleld,' Alberta, who also took, sonic pdzesisst
yiiar, has -eniered- nine Herefords.
Jlqth'ihe.MJnlvefslty- of Alberta'and'l
the. Experimental. Farm at' "liarbmbo".
are entered' 'in the 'cattle division.
The:fla iter is: sending- seven Aberdeen'
Angus. V'.'The- grand Champion Aberdeen" Angus:'.bull- of" "tbe/bntiro ;3923
show was. owned by James JlacGregor;
of Brandon. Manitoba..       .:.'_ -,'
Aniong. t be '.other western' en tran'ts-
inL the cattle division are H. Moni-.
:sbn, of- .I-acombe/"" "and - the.. H.\A;
Wright'" Farms," of- IMnkwater,: Sasfc.f
aiid the-entries-from ihe'1 Prince7of
Wales' ranch.' ������
oi ;ier
_      inU.resi'si.. of; _<bo,:- .civilized-
world,  will  sei'vs as; fa "-"warning - .'co
tliose. who ".preach   sedition- in  olhet"
countries   not. to   presume .too;' far -
upon patience."""  .7.;""   V".  -   '.   ""'-
Menacing Sheep
Drastic Measure's Needed;In Northern
Ontario to ;Protect Flocks
Snuflt.,Ste.,-Marie, Ou't.���Farmers".of
"the .-Bar River section, are endeavbring-
-to organize a-- wolf, drive '.iri���' order, tb
protect their.'flocks from the.ravages .
of tlie wlld"aiiim.ii'3.   ;. Settlers declare
that-untir drastic measures are taken;'
to .exterminate' wolves ^they'-will have
to .discontinue= their, sheep raiding.--   }"
Advocate Diversified Farming     ���-
J" Regina,-���That ��� ���. dlve'rslrted    fariiiins' -'
should'.be  genera!". in' Saskatchewan-
and  that  farmers'- organizations/, and-
the ��� Federal:- tmd   Provincial -Gover'ii-
nierits ehbukl. do everything In iheir-
J power to encourage farmers "to Tali.*?
better das-s. livestock, are suggohiiona
made, by the iiiix.ed^ farming' cpn'iniittce"
of Alse Saskatchewan- Econoniic l}oard'|
in" an interim report tb"G. F.'Edw'ufcd-.s,.
president. -    ��� ' ..'. .."--' -.'"".    ''������-':���"'
Dome Of Church Collapsed
Home���iminediately after the end of
a eucbaristic congress in the cathedral of Saint Dominic at Palermo, the
donie collapsed. Kverjone had .left
before the accident happened.   .
Many cott-d Sicilians aro buried in
the. clmrch; which was buiit ��� in' i 640
and cbe bold 12,000 peopl��.,       ,/
'   Decides Tb Publish ' Memorandum.
Berlin.���rTbe German Government
lias decided to publish its memorandum issued to the world powers on
September. 19, .stating, its staadpoint
regarding entrj* into the-League of
Nations,, together with tbe varions re
plies.
Thirty  Killed  In  Earth��|oake
Constantinople.���An "earthquake  in
the vicinity of Afiarti   Karaliissar.   In
Asia Minor, destroyed e��-v��ral village?,
^'killiiiE thirty' inhabitants.y... y -
} To Welcome U;S. Fleet
-MelbourneV'.Australia.���In a. .'state-:
niei^t issued'here, Prbmh-r ihucH wiid.
that' the; Australian people would "gi_;��
a'-rousing-'welcome.',-io tho . Cnited.-
States fleet' whenjt'vlsitii this country-.
next year.. "-���--.'   ���- -���',-'   --���.-''���..'....'-'
'. To- Adjust. War- Ciaims .'.
Washington:���-Secretary- :of ..Siait'
Hughes'has . concluded . a. .tri-partV:
agreement with,'the-Austrian and Ifiin-.
garlan Governments" under- which war'
claims arising since July Slf1014, will'.
be'adjusted."     ' -.'-"       , :-."X'~'y-'-
Ptan"ni.ng'",Dirig'_"b'Ie'Trjps- -".;
T^keh-urst, -Xfj.--Some time.- during .
the next year,-the new^navy dirigibte-:
.Los .Arsgelek, fbrmorlr the,ZTli-Z, will
take separate flights to Panama'
Enclacd, it is annoanccd. THE LEDGE,  GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4,  1924
THE LEDGE
Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
$2.50 when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To Great Britain and
the United States $2.50, always in advance.
G.
W. A. SMITB
Lessee
Picture Show in
Aid of the Hospital
Greenwood Superior School District Conservatives Meet
Next Saturday night, Dec. 6th,
the picture show will be under the
auspices of the Hospital Auxiliary
aud will commence at 7.45 sharp.
A dance will be held afterwards
and supper served any time after
' the show.
At this show''The Cowboy and
the Lady" a Western picture
featuring Mary Miles Minter and
Tom Moore, will be shown. It is
said to be a strong picturization of
the late Clyde Fitch's stage success
of the sacse name. The picture
was screened in "Wyoming, in
which the scenes are supposed to
take place. It's well worth one's
while.
Boundary Falls School    .
Report for November
15
269.5
14.18
Teacher, Ruth Axam
No. on register
Total actual attendance
Average actual attendance
Proficiency List:
Grade I (a): Huldah Anderson,
Svea Johnson.
Grade I (b):     Grace Casselman
Grade III: Verdun Casselman,
Edna Swanlund, Verona Klinosky,
Louise Swanlund.
Grade IV:    Helen Casselman.
Grade V: Zophia Klinosky,
Daniel Boltz, Andrew Swanlund
(tied) Alice Casselman.
Grade VII:    Lawrence Folvik.
Grade VIII: Annie Swanlund,
Annie Casselman.
^Regularity and Punctuality:.... 7.
Daniel   Boltz,   Verdun   Casselman,    Lawrence   Folvik,   Zophia
. Klinosky, Verona Klinosky, Edna
Swanlund, Louise Swanlund, Seya
Johnson... -'���'-".'-'
List of Hospital Subscribers
. The Board of Mariagers'.very
��� thankfully  acknowledge   receipt
, of the   following  subscriptions.
7Anyone ;  wishing..1 to   subscribe,
. kindly.c'all'at7ttie office,, or: mail,;
; of Chas. King, Sec.-Treas;, when
receipts ff  will; fbe-   given, ��� and
amounts    acknowledged7 in7.th'e
current issue of The Ledge.     V
Previously acknowledged;.;-..'....7|>58��io6
Per Mrs'." Pannell j  Midway...... ,. . 54.00
'W.' Hanrahan -per W." Clark,  7 ������_. '--
.     .   7-Rock" Creek'..'.:.-...V..C..'...'7 f-5-00
Report for Month of November, 1924
DIVISION  I
N. E. Morrisou
Total actual attendance -      345
No. on roll             - -         20
Average daily attendance 18.16
Percentage of attendance 90.8%
Proficiency List
Grade X:    Mildred MclnreD.
Grade IX: Robert Mowat,
George Morrison, Cicilia Hallstrom, Ruby Goodeve. -
Grade VIII: Mary Karr, (Edward Johnson and Silvia Price
tied), John McDonell, George
Bryan, (Jesse Puddy and Vera
Walmsley tied), Ronie Skiltou,
Mary Klinosky, Helen Kerr, Irene
Inglis, Dorothy McKenzie, William
Walmsley, Leo Madden. ���
Regularity  and Punctuality:
cGeofge Bryan, Irene Inglis,
Helen Kerr, .Dorothy McKenzie,
Silvia Price, Jesse Puddy, Vera
Walmsley, Willliam Walmsley,
George Morrison.
division 11 ,
T. Crowley
Total actual atteadar.ce     -    707.5
No. on roll -        .    ��� 41
Average daily attendance 37 24
Percentage of attendance 90.82%
Proficiency List:
Grade VII:    Rosie Bombini.
Grade VI: Margaret Royce,
Edward Parry, Walton Crane,
Alice Hingley, Allan McCurrach,
Robert Mitchell, Harry Hallstrom,
Lewis Mitchell, Nora Christian,
Lawrence DuHamel, Bertram
Price, Marguerite Ritchie, Eileen
Bryan, Meredith Fenner, Comma
McKenzie, Daniel Kerr, Arthur
Cox, Allan Morrison, Morris
Peterson. ..
Grade V: Robert Forshaw,
Eugene McGillivary, Thomas
Walmsley, Cleo Toney, Lewis
Clerf, Francis Jenkin, Jack Morrison, Frances Lucente, Robert
Carlson, Helen Bakke, Roy Bakke,
Leonard Lucente. Dorothy Wilson
unranked.
Grade IV: Arnold Bombini,
Eugene Spence, Beatrice McLaren,
Rosa.Lucente, Ruth Cox, Charles
Royce, Roy Hallstrom, Munroe
Spence,-..7, ;; V-7." y-X:.x} " ' -'W
Regularity and.Punctuality":'[}[
Eileen Bryan, Robert. Carlson,
Nora ..Christian, " Lewis ^. Clerf,
(Robert . Forshaw, Royf.Hallstrom,
Comma ^ McKenzie, Bo ber t
Mitchell, jEdward Parry,, Bertram
Price, Cleo-Toney,-Thomas Walm-
sley,' ������[ ..���;   77. .7.      '���'[ -'" 7 ; ;:���'���   ./'���..
��� /-���.". ���'���}  " - divisionlin:- -
A- meeting of the Grand Forks-
Greenwood Conservatives was held
in the Grand Forks committee
rooms on Monday night. It was a
most representative and enthusiastic meeting. The matter of
choosing a candidate for the forthcoming bye-olection was discussed
but it was decided to leave it open
until a future date. Tlie following
officers and committes wera elected;
. Hon. Pres. Hon. Arthur Mt-ighen
Hon. Pres. Hon. R. H. Pooley.
Hon. 1st Vicc-Prra. Majir F. E
Glossop.
Hon. 2nd Vicc-Pres Mrs. J.ilin
McKie
President, W.
1st Vice-Pres.
Bton.
2nd Vicc-Pres
3rd Vicc-Pres.
B. Fleming.
Mrs. C. M. K
nj:-
.7.7. ..-:-,".   7 Total      $639.00
. Furniture and Supplies previously.
.7 acknowledged.;;....;..-..'..".;.."-.342.95
J.-Roylaiicej wood.__.,__W;;W..V - -7-00
.Women's [Auxiliary fShbwer......  .70.00
Charles-Sing/ vegetables.;..:'....".'..'��� - --3.00
-Mrsf .W.--R. .Walkinshaw....7..."...'-.      ,2.00
Mrs., Ha'nrah'an'Velectric   iron'..'. .'��� '4-5��
;E.,F. KeirV..'..,.:..,:.'..;....;;.,...-..... .  1.30
-J. Meyer -*..-....-._.'..'..-.y..:.~.._.:...X.  .'.'".5-����
. Total -    1435-75
���   560.5
'     "31
V29.5
91.93%
News, from the legislature
'���-"'- Victoria, Dec. 3rd.���. A move
along  the ���' ,rigHt lines has been
made by the House committee on
private, bills, .with regard to.con-
7 tracts between co-operative organ-
- izatiohs   and. individuals.-;, The
-committee has approved, of the
bill of.the  Associated; Grjowers
end recommended.it to the.Legislature.    When it is passed it.will
provide  that, in  future  all con-
tracts must, be. strictly adhered
to.. ;This will prevent the "boot-
legging", of fruit..    . -
. 7-IThe'���}; three divisions in the
Legislature which have, occurred
up to last-week-end yrete all won
;.. by .'.tbe government -with good
majorities..   That.of: last Friday
"' found7 fifteen/ Conservatives lin.*
ing up against ihe balance of the
/Souse. So far even the Provincials have seen fit to approve
70'f the government's policies and
. there appears little likelihood of
any issue arising before the end
. of the session, which will embarrass the administration.
': Vera: A7 Kempston
Total actual ^attendance 7 ���..
No. on roll.   ;. :���'���-;"   -V "��� -
Average daily attendance
Percentage of attendance
Proficiency List: .       ���'-_���;:.'..- x ���.
.. Grade III:   John  McGillivray,
Alice Ritchie, .June Toney, Hagh
McCurrach. , V
-Grade: II a: . Celia .Klinosky,
David Nichols, /.Ralph. .Spence,
Mark. Madden, .Leonard. Sortome,
Jarries For_eha\y,.;.Laurence^Gulley,
(tie) Viejtior Ritchie.     7. 7 ������'
Grade -II.-. b":.' . Ralph 7Case,
Dorothy Boag,' Elmer Granberg^
George Hingley, 7 Elbert Granberg,
-Feterf .-Maletta/' ..:��� 7
Grade I .a:-Ernest Johnson,
Ernest Cox, Melvyn Fenaer.
Gride I b: Walter . Jenkin',
Walter Nichols,. Harold Ritchie,
Glenn Toney, Kathleen Madden,
Edward" Lucente, Louis fLucehte,
Eric Cox, Gordon Sartome. 7
REauLARH'y and'Pdnctuality: ":_.."
Ralph Case, James: .Forshaw,
Celia Klinosky, David, Nichols,
Walter Nichols, Gordon Sortome,
Leonard Sortome, . June -Toney,
Glenn Toney, John McGillivray. .
Norwegian Creek School
;    Report for November
. -B, Thorsteinssob,  Teacher
Number on Register ���..; 7]5
Total actual attendance     -   '273
Percentage of attendance     95.8
Late.s -7-    -.,.., -. ,     0
Perfect Attendance~14 as follows: Jack. Clark; Mary Riley,
Mary Gidon, James Watson, Virginia Riley, James Riley, May
Clark, Alexina Gidon, Charles
Riley, Louis Caron, Alice Watson,
Daisy Watson, Jules Garoh and
Madeline Gidon.
I. Crawford.
Major R. Gray.
Secretary,  Donald McCalhnn.
Treasurer, J. D. Campbell'.
Committee���H. B reck ell, v O
Tambellini, R. E McAllister, "E
Bailey, W. B. Gluavillp, M. VV.
Ludlow, R. Lep, J. C. Casselman, J. R. Jackson, Major K.
Davie, H. S. Pfttendrigb, a\d
L. Clery.
Liquor Shipped
from Bridesville
A new way of bringing contra-
brand booze into the United State*
was discovered at En tint when G. F.
Worby, a wood and coal deaW,
went down to the railroad Hiding
to unload the last of a carload of
wood which he had bronght from
a man who gave the name of J. T.
Daly.
He,had unloaded a part of the
carload and when he went back
for the remainder, he found no
less than 65 empty whiskey cases
scattered around both inside and
outside the car and very little
wood left. The half of the car
which he supposed was occupied
with wood was evidently taken up
by the 65 cases of Scotch.    7
The car was loaded at Bridesville," just across the line in British
Columbia on the Molson branch of
the Great Northern and was billed
originally to Tonasket, being eon-
signed-to Entiat. Just how the
booze was loaded in the car iu
Bridesville is unknown or how the
owners got it off, but it is certain
that they got away with it and
will undoubtedly be able to supply
the holiday trade in this part
of the state.���Wenatchee Daily
.World.'VV-7 7' ���'.-;?   ;'��� 7-, V;  '...
A strong defence of the government was made in tke Legislature
.by.-'.Mr. H. G. Perry,:Libera],
Fort:George,:.who';is. also deputy,
speaker df.fthe House. He went
fully into all7 phases of administration, quoting exhaustive figures, to, prove his contention;-that
the administration of public business in British Columbia was
vastly ahead of that of other
provinces. . Things; for .which
the ; government was ' justly
praised included thcgradiial. re-"
duction 70? taxesj good . roads,
grants for .schools, travelling
libraries. - correspondence; courses
and reductions on stumping
powder, the latter a' great aid. to
pioneers.     W '.-"7'7:--���-.-.-.      .,.
Special Liqueur - $4.25 per bottle
A.H.M.,,20 y'rs-7-7$4.7S per bottle
This advertisement is not published or.
displayed   by- the   Liquor  Control
Board-or by the Government-...;-;
of British' Columbia ".'-WW
- Attorney-General Manson in-
Tformed members of the Legislature that he had dismissed two
justices of the peace recently in
Saankh because they had committed, great wrong in dismissing
aa accused. wlio had debauched
girls without placing^ the man in
tne witness stand. W'.-.v-W
'-'I sliall follow the same course
ia future, regardless of anyone's
politics;" fee warned.
NDEPENDENT  MEAT MARKET
ft'-'x
-.,(}'������ '���:; ,.-. We carry only the best stock procurable in      ,���������-
,; JBeefK Vea3r Port   Ham/ Bacon, LarcJ, Etc.
.'7:-7:.777-77:7-   7 A trial wiil convince you
DR.   A.   FRANCIS
Physician and Surgeon
���
Residence Phone 69
Greenwood .
SEND YOUR
BOOTS   and   SHOES
To
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GEO. ARMSON,  Grand Forks
. I
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
AU work and material   guaranteed.    We'
pay postage one way.    Terms Cash.
Have'you paid your  subscription to The Ledge?
DEC. 5.
Connecting  witli^
S.S. Metagama
To Glasgow and
Belf����tv
Sailing Dec._ U.
NOV. 29
Connecting  with.
S.S. Montclare
.To'Liverpool
Sailing Dec- .6
decs
Connecting with^
S.S. Montlaurier
To Liv'erpool^
Sailing Dec. \Zj
DEC. 4
Connecting with
S.S. Mirinedosa
To Cherbourg,'
Southampton. Antwerp
N Sailing Dec. 10
xi��_j..���.a^3j��.+f-"��>---
DEC. 10 .
t Connecting with
S.S. Montcalm
,To Liverpool,
Sailing Dec, 16f
Passengers from Kootenay District connect at
Revelstoke or Medicine Bat
TICKETS DETAILS RESERVATIONS
,  from any Agent or write
J. S. CARTER. D. PA.    ��>       NELSON. B.C.
oa
Why   Not   A  Surprise
Visit By  Telephone?
Ordinarily���letters;   But sometimes, on a birthday,  or
fat Christmas or perhaps regularly once a mouth or oftener���
_af longdistance conversation.    Congratulations mean/more,
greetings   are richer,   that'way. -.Don't   forget.     Once- in
awhile between friends���long distance.-"��� X'- .7-7
BRITjSH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
; fit Coiisoliiated Mining* SineltingfCo,;
Vof Canada, Limited   - -         : - -  "---
':  OfEce, Smelting and Refining Department 7               ,-:
""'"'' '"'""'-    "-"'7"'''          7TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA   ' '-.;.-' ���  X-  iX-':'}'
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of GoIdySiiyer, Copper,^Xead ana Zinc Ores
Producers   of    Gold,7 Silver, CopperiWPig   Lead   and Zinc :   .   f
--V         '.'"..-..7.-'. .  W :; "TAD AN AC" BRAND- 7-
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LAND ACT JUMENDMEN IS
"   . PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, ������'survey yd,.,.
7'rown lands may be pre-empted-by
British subjects over 18 years of age.
and by aliens on declaring intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and Improvement " Cor agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regu-
ations regarding pre-emptions is
yiven ln Bulletin No. 1, L.and Surios,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of charge
by addressing tho Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records- will be granted covering
_. only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which is not timber-
Mand, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
and -8,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions are
lo be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, In which the land applied for
is situated, and are madev'on printed
forms,"' copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must bo occupied for
five years and - improvements made
to value of ?10 per acre, Including
clearing and cultivating at least Ave
acres, beforo a Crown Grant can bo
received.    .
For mora detailed Information see
tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase*    of    vacant    and    unreserved
���Crown lands, not being timberland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price of first-class (arable) land ls $5
per acre, ancl second-class (grazing)
land $2.60 per acre. Further information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown lands is given in Bulletin-
No.  10, Land Series,  "Purchaea and
- Lease' of Crown Lands." - -
.Mill,' factory, "or industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,
may bo purchased or leased, the con-'
. ditlons       including'       payment _ _   of
. stumpago.    ,--'   , ,'-       - ,-   '���    ���--���
'���'. "7   HOMESITE   LEASES V" '
:- -Unsurveyed areas,- not exoeedlng 20
acres, may - be - leased  as  homesites,
conditional   upon   a   dwelling' being.,
erected in-the first year,  title being"
: .obtainable " after  residence   and " im-.
provemenf conditions    are    fulfilled
. and land has-been surveyed. ,-
:'--Leases ���-'"���.--'   vv
���--'  For-.grazing  and- industrial ' purposes areas not exceeding $40' acred..
7 may be leased  by ona person   or  a
'-"-company. _-..; .'������-    : 77  ��� ���.   V  ._���''���"''.:'
'"' / ;' ":. 7 '. GRAZING"- .]'-'���'}) x
-���Undor-tho-Oraiing-Act th��- Prov--
inco.is divided into-grazing-dlstricta
", and'the; range.-admloistered under'fa.
-- Grazinar   . f Commissioner,   '' .Annual.
. grazing permits, are issued based on'
;   numbers ranged,; priority, being given
..���t.o established-owners." Slock-owncr.s
.may :form:\associations'-, for.   ranga
'""management.. Free, or partially free,"
;,.po;-rnlt_3   are"'available   for. ^settlera,'.
f campers   and. travellers,'- .up "to :ten .
. head,-  .-   -'.- '-. . --<���. -'������'..    '.'���.���'
The Ledge for Job Printing
i
JOHN MEYER
Proprietor
- x the Mineral Province of Mestern; Canada    7 ?
TO END OF DjECEMBER, 1923
Has   prodaced , Mineraia as., follows:   Placer. Gold; ' $70,962,203;   Lodef
Gold, 8113,352,655; Silver, $63,532,855; Lead 868,132,661; Copper,.8179,046,o68;
Zinc, :827,904;756;  Miscelianeoas Mineralai Sl,408,.2o7;7Coal and Coke, .6250,-     V Vf ;
���968,113; ^nilding.Stone, .B^ it�� Mineral
. Prdducfcipn to fch'e end of 192.3 sh'ov? anf '���')���')'.   ���   : 7; 7'       7. '',.;-'    "   7';,        '-]
):))[iimiistt TValiievof $81O,:720S2l7? y
^tfe.Year Ending becember, 1^2 3^ $41,3(Mt, 3 2 0
7 7   The   Mining   Laws oi this Province are more liberal,7an<i fehe .fees lower,
shari those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any Colony in the_ Eritisb ~X )yz:-Xx
:Stnpire,.        .....        ���    ��� . ���:-Xy]z-x-.zXXXX'-''-'Xxxyxy-y:[X}X'')''XxX
; XX) -^.Miiiersi -lotions :are^
Absol ate  Titles are. obtained   by developing snch properties, the security
of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
V    Fall information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained
gratis by addressing��� -        - _    -. "" ������
. ;   '. '--: " .    -'."���"  ' ���    "     ' f      -'".." '      '      '���      " - "     -        ���''/')'
/7,TBE"7H0K. TBE MINISTER' OF MIKES
'^'y^y-^^-.i/yC.^.  ���   VICTORIA, British Columbia.

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