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Vol. -XXX.
No. 13-
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V      Just received a large shipment of
Enamel, Tin and   Galvanized  Ware
....--.- Consisting of      	
Doufcle Boilers; 3 sizes, Steamers~4 sizes. Sfew Pots, Kettles, Milk
Strainers. Cbllanders. Pails, Wash  Basins, Dish Pans, Wash-Tubs,
, Wash Boilers, Sprinkling Cans, Etc.
We carry Earthinware Crocks suitable for preserving eggs in
greenwood; b.c.
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Fresh, Salmon and Halibut
Agents for
Five Roses and Purity Flour
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For Quality and Value Order From .
���'    .       - PHONE 46
Fit Reform
- for Fall in Suits   and Overcoats
Blue and Red Label Brands of
' .  - -   Underwear
-Abo Tweed Shirts, Kbaki pants
Blue Overalls, etc.
3 W. Elson & Co
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School   Supplies
Of all Descriptions
We aire now equipped to handle
Fish Every Friday
Place your orders with us
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We carry only tlie,best stock procurable in
Beef, Veal, Pork,   Ham, Bacon, Lard, Etc.
A trial will convince ypu
8   JOHN MEYER - Proprietor
Palace Livery Stable,
R. LEE. Proprietor
Express and Heavy- Draying
-        Aato For Hire, Day or Nigfit
We carry
Tires, Oils, Greases, Hay and Grain.
Office Phone 13. Residence Phone 59R
"The living voice affects men more tban
���what they read."���Pliny, the Younger.
Your -voice conducts your business. Directions that von give personally are quickly and accurately executed, because your associates cannot
fail to understand.    Srch inflection lias a meaning for them..   . .   .   ,
. Rememcer-the telephone, when you would confer with those inlerest-
7edwith' yon in-business. V Dp. not trust. the cold-written word-���send; your.
. voice, yourself by long distance telephone..       '-.""-. X '
Real Estate.
Fire,  Life  Insurance
Licensed by B. C. Government
Accident & Sickness Insurance
Auction off your surplus Stock
Call  at my Office and see nie in
'   reference to any of above
New   Fall   Millinery,
Dresses and Stockings
The ladies of town and district are
cordially invited to inspect same
Mrs. Ellen Trounson
Greenwood Theatre
1 Commencing at 8.15 pjraWv
Norma Talmadge
in Allen Langdon Martiu's famous play
"Smiliji' Through"
The hiconiparable achievement���
The , greatest photodranta of Norma
Talniadge's career
New love aud old���hearts pulsing to
youth���flouting spectral fears���rising
from a vale of heartbreak to come Smilin'
O reels~bf storm and sunshine J
Send Your
GEO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material  guaranteed.   We
pay postage one way.   Terms Cash.
Presbyterian Church
Minister in charge       - ���
Rev. W. R. Walkinshaw. B. A.
*      Sunday* October 21st
Beaverdell 11 a, m.
Greeawood 7.30 j>.m.
The" induction of Rev. F. E*
Rufluallsat Grand Forks United
Church is set for Friday the 19th
inst., at S p.m. ia the Presbyterian Church. The sermon will
be preached by the Rev. F. R. G.
Dredge, of Nelson, who will also
address the minister. " The congregation will be addressed by
Rev. J. H. Wright, of Nelson,
chairman of the Iselsoa district
conference. , Rev. W. R.,Walkinshaw, moderator in the vacancy
;will preside and. induct.. Rev.
Dr. Ferguson will also be present
and induct several new elders to
the charge. A Reception will be
held iu "the Basement-. of the
Church immediately after the
Only 22, days till the G.W. V. A.
Masquerade Dance.
Mrs. H. H. Pannell, of Midway, was a visitor to town on
Tuesday. V
..A. McQueen came in from Vernon to attend the Masonic dance
last Friday.
Mrs. Jack Ryan, bf Nelson," was
the guest of Mrs. A. Sater for a
few days last week:
Mrs. B. J. Levy,' of Seattle, is
visiting her sister,' Miss'Billie
Smith, at Beaveadell.
C. F. R. Pincott, Keith Pincott
and Chick Barlee, of Grand Forks
were in town on Wednesday.
Miss Cassie McDonald-returned
Wednesday of last ".week from a
two week's vacation atSpbkaue.
The Ladies Aid of the Midway
Presbyterian Church will hold
a Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 24th.
Place your order for Fall Rye
uow.    Brown's, Midway.   -     '7
Mr. aud Mrs. E. H. Corpe and
daughter left by auto on Saturday for a few days holiday in
Mrs. J. M. Bella and daughter
Irene, returned on Sunday from
several weeks visit with friends
at Coldstream.
Miss I; Gait, who has been
the guest of. Mr. and Mrs. J.
McD. Reid for a few weeks left on
Saturday for Nelson.
J. A. MacKelvie, M.P., for
the district of Yale, was shaking
hands with his numerous friends
in town on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E.. Taylor' and
Yorkshire, England,-.are the
guests of Mrs., M. W, Smith, of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hallett came
from Euderby. on Friday and
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
IrH. Hallett, .leaving on Saturday for Anuable.
. Bob Smith, cable splicer for
the B.C. Telephone Co., arrived
from Nelson this morning to repair the cable cut by the bank
robbers on Wednesday morning,
..Sometime during the early
hours of Tuesday morning somebody broke the lock off A. Rusch's
garage at Rock Creek and helped
themselves to a quantity of jgaso-
Mrs. J. Watson, who has been
yisiting her daughter, Mrs. G.S.
Walters, for a month, left on
Saturday for her home in .Owen
Sound, Oat. * Mrs. Walters accompanied her as far as Creston.
' C. Ootmar and sister Miss La
Ootmar,' of Kelowna, were the
guests of H. E. Andreas during
the week end, coming from the
Okanagan on a motor cycle and
side car. On Sunday they visited
Grand Forks accompanied by Mr.
Mr. Andreas^
The Banff Dance Orchestra is
coming to Riverside Hall, Rock
Creek, on Tuesday, Oct.:. 23fd._
Tbis is going to be a good dance.
Come and enjoy the music aad a
good supper. Don't forget the
date, and bring1 all your best
girls with you to the dance. 7V7
The Second Annual' Provincial
Potato Show held.- under the
auspices" of the Provincial Department of Agriculture in Co-operation with the Victoria Potato-
growers' Assn. and Chamber 'ot
Commerce will be held in- the
Arcade Building', Victoria, B.C.,
on Nov. 12 to 17, 1923.
Rev. C. D. Donald, missionary
on furlough from India will give
a lecture on his work in Indore
India, on Tuesday 23.Td inst at
8. p.m.- The Lecture will be
gireri in the Presbyterian Church,
Greenwood asd will be illustrated
by= lantern pictures. An offering
will be taken for missionary purposes. Keep this date open and
cotnei.-. ���..-'���������
���-- E. ;A. Wanke. has taken a lease
6nV the Preston. near the./Last
Chance mine, on.the..Phoenix hili.
Mr. Wanke and his brother, H. L,
TWanke, are sorting some ore for.a
ferial' ehipmenfe !and. if the returns
are satisfactory a tunnel will be"
driven to tap.fehe lead in the shaft.
Attempted Bank Robbery
Shortly before three o'clock on
Wednesday morning safe cracksmen blew into Greenwood and attempted to dynamite the vault in
the Bank of. Montreal. Six distinct and loud reports at about five
minute, intervals were heard by
those living in the neighborhood
of the bank and many people
were aroused from their slumbers.
The cracksmen had previously
cut the 200 wire cable and the
long distance wires leading to the
Telephone office; also' cut the
telegraph wires on both sides of
the C.P.R. station and it was impossible to notify the police of
what was going on. They also,
broke the electric light at the corner. Jno. Meyer, who lives opposite the bank, on hearing a
noise .started to" come out but a
guard at the corner fired at.him,
breaking windows at the rear of
iis store and shattering the
woodwork inside. Entry was
made by forcing the rear door and
the only-tool left was a heavy
bar with C. P. R. stamped;, on it.
It is supposed that there was
a gang of five or, six, two work-
ing in the bank and the remainder on guard. '"Although they
dynamited the vault several times
they failed to -break open the
door and left without getting
anything either because they ran
out of powder or they may have
-been frightened ' away by the
movements of Jno. Meyer.
The police have finger prints
of the safe blowers and a very
good description of the .car in
which they were driven.
The interior of the bank was
slighly damaged, the force of the
explosion stopped the clock at ten
minutes to three, breaking a window in front of the vault and sev-
-iral on. the aide of-thcbuilding.
The vault door and casing will
have tobe replaced.
The repairs to the longdistance
wires of the B. C. Telepone Co.
were soon made but the local
service will not be resumed un-'
til. this afternoon or evening as
material had to be sent in from
Nelson for the damaged part,
The telegraph line was soon
put -in order. J. McD. Reid,.
manager, was able to have the
bank open at the usual hour.
Mining Notes
" A lead sis inches wide was encountered in the Spotted .Horse on
Saturday.. The.ore looks to be of
gbod^gradf ,_but~so_f��r" no" assays1
have been made.     .      V
7H. . A; Peblss, J. A. Allwbrfeh
and Marion, Veiy, . .of Kpokane;:
were' in-, town on ^Saturday and
inspected the Combination mine/of
the TEholfc Mining [ Co., - in7 which
.they7 are Interested..-. The visitors
were al so shown -over the Spotted
Horse.; They were greatly pleased
with the showing at the two properties.   "'     ".-.""'  - '���[' X .'���'-- -'���'
V, A gold mill that.,can be carried
on a light 7 truck. and that will
handle ten tons of ore a day by an
impact method of crushing is being
demonstrated by its, inventor,-. J..
UL. EoBeboro, -at Sentinel Peak,
Arizona; Ifc is 7 asserted .thatVthe
machine, can be: moved from prospect to.prospect at little, cost and
that it will enable the small mine
owner 60 realize on the value in'
small stringers of ore.
Boy Scouts
Troop   meets   on   Friday    at
7:30 p,m. in the Fire Hall..
Have you paid your  subscription to The Ledge?
The Late J. P. Anderson
Word was received in town on
Friday last of the sudden death of
J. P. Anderson, a well known and
highly respected resident of this
cornmnnityV Deceased had been
ailing for about amonfeh and was
taken to the Prince Rupert General HoBpital where he died on
Sept. 30feh from paralysis. He
was bornJn Sweden on June 24,
1863 and came to Greenwood in
1896 where he lived with his family for several years, but lately
was employed at the Premier mine,
Stewart, B.C. He was a man of
excellent, habits, fine moral character and a sturdy constitution.
The deceased gentleman is survived by a sorrowing widow living
in Anaconda and six children, Mrs.
E. 8. Lockwood, of Jersey City,
Harry, Emmet and Jack, of Stewart, Ruth, of Bellingham and
Andrew at home; also two brothers
Alexi of Spokane, Fred, of Roy,
Mont., and three, eisters Mrs.
Thomas and Mrs. H.ermanson, of
Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Erickson
living in Colorado.
He was "buried . ih the Fairview
cemetery in Prince Rupert on Oct.
2nd. To the bereaved wife,
daughters and sons, who sit in
sorrow where his footsteps; Bhall
never find echo, The Ledge extends
sympathy." ���     ��� ,'��� y '
Masonic Ball GreafSuccess
There is no more fascinating
scene than scores of people, nicely
dressed, dancing with each other
and mingling with their friends,
all with no apparent. worries br
cares. On Friday night the
Masonic Hall was again the venue
of the moBtVpopular entertainment,
when King Edward Lodge, A. F.
& A. M. held, a very successful
dance. -The::.affair. 'went .-beyond
all expectations. ,The walls resounded with merry laughter
and the well polished floors proved
attractive for dancer.
Nearly every part of the Boundary district was represented people
coining all the way from Carmi and
The hall looked cosy and beautiful with its new coat of wood fibre.
A great .improvement being the
finishing of the bare walls at the
back of the platform.
Bush's melody orchestra of four
pieces provided lively and popular
music and no, matter whether fehe
people knew the latest Bteps or not
they.', thoroughly enjoyed every
item played by the musicians;.;
.Mrs. .7 Axam -an d 7 Mrs, - -Blnndell
made all the.arrangements for the
supper and theirs 'was an all night
job.. Sandwiches and cakes 7 disappeared like magic but - after . everyone; was served, there was;plenty
left over.- The'--Boy.,8c6irfcfl, were
the waiters and performed this
ardous task, conscientiously.   .7   77-
Kettle Valley Notes
There will be Matins and Holy
Communion" in the Anglican
Church on Sunday, Oct. 21st, at
11 o'clock.
Two working bees were held last
week. One at H. Douglas Hamilton's to put in som�� fall crop and
the other at Joe Richter's to h��lp
him get up his potatoes*.
Chas. Good, district poultry inspector, will give a lecture on
Poultry at the Rock Creek Hall at
8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24th.
All interested in poultry are welcome.
A very anjoyabla afternoon was
spent last week at the home of A.
Kebsir, when ��� number of recent
arrivals Jo the Valley enjoyed his
hospitality. Charlie Plusfours ably
assisted at the tea table.
A general meeting of the Greenwood District Rod and-Gun Club
will be held at the Rock Crwk
Hall on Friday, Oct. 26kh at 8 p.m.
It is hoped that all members and
"would be" members will attend.
Major R. Gray is the etcretary,     '
The first meeting of the winter
season of the W. A. was held at
the house of Mrs. F. E. Glossop oa
Wednesday, Oct. 10th. The at-
.tendance was very gratifying as 17
members were present. Th�� d��x*
meeting will .be held at Mrs.
Davies on October 31st.
The public meeting of th��
Memorial Fund will be held at the
Old School Houst, Midway, on
Saturday, Oct. 20th at 2 p.m." If
you have any decided opinion ��n
lhe matter sakt an effort to be
there and put your viaws before
the committee. Failing being able
to.be there, write them and say.
what you thing. If you cannot
make the effort to do one or the
other, dont proclaim --fromf "th��
housetops what ought to have been
done afterwards,.
Mr, and -Mrs. Gus-Chmtensen,
of"Washington, were the guests
of .Mr. and .Mrs.. Geo. Watson,
Boundary. Falls, last week.   .
Kerr Creek News
Mrs. Hill, of Grand Forks,-Js
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E,
G. O. Guise and Geo, Thompson
of Midway, have the contract to
haul 2400 ties from Chas. Radan's
ranch' to the railway.
A school house is under construction below Ohas. Graser's
residence. It will beta log building
16 x 24 and finished Inside with
lumbar;.. It will be ready by Nov. -
1st when the school will open with
Miss VNetaV"Richter-"as~"teach"err"
TheVtruBtees for this .new school
are: .Sam Bender, Mrs. R. Bouers,
and Chas, Graser, secretary.
Mr. McKinnon, of Grand
Forks;- while travelling on a
motorcycle on the Midway road
ran into a bear at the Bombini
ranch on Thursday evening, receiving minor injuries when'he
fell from the cycle. Bruin climbed a fence and made for the hills.
The Fifth Annual V
G. W. V. A.
Friday, NpC 9tli, 1923
Bush's Four; Piece
'   Now is t_Ms..time to start7getting
yoar Costume ready. ._
Tf^KBytei^ftBLanam VI  J   I.'
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Record   Piece  Of  Finance
Another Theory About Pearls
particular people*
Briskly strong, yet mellow and
rich���the strength that indicates
superfine  quality. ,8t
Success of Loan  Testifies to  Sin
and Stability of Canada
aV.iaJ'l.  from  Ilu-  war  limns   the  larg-
ui' the j;rili.sii   l)o-
ic.'U  completed   l>y '
1 }!on.  VZ. S. yielding, -Minister of Fin
est piece uf yow_-.i___i.-_ii I'mancing
' carried   on   ia  a 11 \
i minions   !i;is  jusi.
JDritisii Empire Preferences
! aiieo. Subscriptions for a bond sah' j
originally placed    nl ?5'J,<.sOO,000,  now.'
; total ?2uO,(iCl','.H.iO ami lho books have ,
boon closed. Of this aiiiouni; 172 mil- j
lions will meet iho bond.-; maturing in ���
.November. The remainder wilt bo |
used for tlu- repayment of some cum- j
porary loans. Mr. Fielding, iu com-j
men ting ou the success of tlio -loan, i
^=: I states   lhat.  tho great  success  of tho
i loan   again   lost dies   to   ihe   strength
-./'and stability of Canadian financial in- j
I   .... .
i .-.utuuons    and    lho determination ol j
of any j Canadian  ciii__en.s   to    participate    in
\o   .such  investment.;-- and   (o  prove  their
Ladies ������ A _ew days' treatment with
wiU dc more tc clean
ap the skin '.han all
thc beauty treat  f
ments   in   :rea-
ation  An i:n-
perfect   com-
plexi 3Q    i J
caused   05   i
iiuggish liver.
Millions aSoeoDli.old. vounu snd rr.ida.t me.
lake   -.heir,  ioi   Biliousnei*   Dizziaeai.   Sick
Headache.  Upset   Stomach   ��r.d tot Sallow.
Pimplt  and  Blo.chy  Skin.    Thej   ted  :b*
.T-iaery 9? Conitication.
Small Plli-Small Oose���Small Price
The lies rh;U hold [.lie llriiish Fmpire together, or railior lhe  lai
luird and fasi   constitutional obligations, aro a source of constant  worry
some people ami a few newspaper and magazine writers .soe.ni io labor under   faith in Canada
a delusion thai to them ii-.-.s hrvn cutru.-;r.-(j a,,, (ask ,,i- .saving ihe Kmpire from
spe-.-iiy dissolution.
Due group advocates ihe creation ot an Ktnpire I'arliauieni,. with .Ministers
��> :!ie Overseas Dominion.-; resid.-ut in London, a common foreign policy, and
a 'h-iiniie scheme of hhiipin- defence, naval and military. In.other words,
this group stands for a .nivaler degree of ceiHrali/.ation. I'nless Ibis is at-
niined. we itiv told the Kmpire must inevitably go io pieces.
Opposed to this polii-y. certain other piiblic.it.is seem to suffer from a
coiiiinnal nightmare that the liberties and autonomous powers of the Dominions are really in danger and that, a serious effort, is being made to place the
2 Years' Backache
Coal Has Many Uses
Thousands of Useful Things Obtained
From By-Prodiicts
There  aro  over a   thousand   things
whicli   we  use  every  day  that  come
from coal.     Coke, and gas are among
J' tliu  most  important.      They aro bb
! Formation     Due to    _ Disease    Which
I Attacks Shells Says Expert
J It lias just been discovered that tho
,; formation of pearls in oyster shells is
[ not, as litis hitherto been supposed,
I duo to an irritant, but to u peculiar
' de.easo!' which attacks the shells.
j    This    disease    is   declared to lie a
i form   of   rheumatism,   which   lias   Its
i ,:
j origin in an excess of   uric   acid   in
j tho oyster, just as hi human beings.
.Experiments show thai the theory
. j that the pearl forma round a grain ot
sand or similar foreign Jiody is Mot
based ou fact. A pearl expert has
pointed out that thousands of grains
of sand find Iheir way into (he outer
opening of the shell with ���-receding
tides, and that Ihey are washed out
again when the tide turns. And another poiut Ja that tlie glands which
secrete the pearl-forming substance
are fouud where no foreign body could
penetrate.���Pearson's 'Weekly.
Subdued by "Nerviline"V>fai,K,rI IVorn ^^e.son. bituminous
���   coal in large brick ovens or iron eylin-
���'i::u:l_a.-!ir- was Ilu? ...on* et my lifo. and
Jet two .wars I  was sti lani'' as'to bo un-
lli   for   work,"   writi-.s   10.   S.  Slii.-iiie,   from .purities
iri'Owloivn.        "While   in   Smith    Urns.' \
ln-yi'A Store,   f heard of Nerviline  Inline a   fninod  ill
lai-ilung perilous of the Kmpire- abjectly under the thumb ot Downing Street, j u-v'Ne^Vn^ fl'om U|C giis
ders called retorts.     llel'oro it can be!
used, gas must be cleansed of its im-1
'Valuable products are. con- j
he matter which i.s separ-
There is no oilier kind of disease
them LTus-! "lat con:os on so quickly and -witli so
The truth is. of coin-:
groups are unnecessarily alarm-
t wo-ye.-u-.s'    b.-u-kai'lu^   was   niblicu
anil  ta-clay 1 r.ni  p"i-fe(.'tly W'.-ll."
::.ig theuiselves. -while at: the same lime wasting valuable time and good paper! ,   A,u u".s" who piu'Cim-..from weak.
...... " -.ii tiiii.U...   Ihosi!  whoso    muscles    ;in
ink in eudeavoring  to arouse the  peop! "' ��� - -   -
that boih iho.
I'hanlcs to N.TVilim..  m> |-;���   ���'  "  ;���;-"  -��� ��� -7-  | ]k(lt,  w.u.nin
a\��a>,isian blue, used extensively in dyeing. \ trouble
as an attack of bowel
... ._     Ktirc.
over  sonietitiilg  which   is  not    whose  joints  are   .swollen-,   le.t   them   tiic
| Nerviline --the.  liniment  that  nevt-r  t'aila.
;:.".e al all dealers.
Indian Boy Lived On Country
the 'wilderness around T^o 1'as, _\tan.
Creorge TMaeLeod, a tiiue-year-old In
dian boy, Vas found unharmed. Kx-
cent for a qtiantily of juatc.hes, he
had no supplies with him in the 100
or more miles of his travels, but according to his story, which cross-examination Jailed to shake, lie made him-;
self a. bow nnd arrow and lived off the
Seventeen days previous the child
ran awtiy from McKay Hoarding
Scliqol at The Jjig Eddy, six miles
from the Pas. lie was found at
Sturgeon Landing. To reach l.horo
he would have to make his way
through bush and .around deep bays,
and cover :; distance of at least 100
ln an interview he stated that he
had made himself a bow and arrows,
with which ho-had killed rabbits,
chicken and other small game. He
-had found no difiicuUy in catching all
the itsh, .he wanted, and once got away
unseen with Iwb'Iiirsu bannocks from
a. tru'ppcr'd cajjiu.'' 7   .
liquor come ammonia and salts of
ammonia used for fertilizing. Cleaning fluids���benzene and naphtha���.
come from tar oils when subjected to
chemical Iretitmenl. Carbolic acid
and creosote are disinfectants which
ono would scarcely imagine come from
tho black substance we burn in our
furnaces. Alizarin, indigo and aniline
dyes tire also renihrkable products obtained.
Tar oils furnish medicines, such as
cures i'or headaches, of which aspirin
is one. Saccharin, a substance hav- summer
ing' three hundred times the sweetness
of sugar, is still another product. But
the   strangest   things   of all aro tho
ami  ink in endeavoring  10 arouse tli
worrying them in the slightest.
The Uritlsii 'Kmpire is. after all, a mother country with a healthy family
of grown up sons.     While' these sons were  .Try little chaps, mother looked
after them aud directed  their more important affairs i'or them.      Jhit as fhe!  ���
boys grew up they wen.' gradually given larger liberty of decision and action , Travelled One Hundred Miles Through
for Hioinsel.-es.      That is. the Empire lias evolved and eomiiuios fo evolve jn 1     Woods,  Receiving  Food in  Primi-
exaotly the same way as tho average family.     Any father or mother deserv- j       " tive  Fashion
ing of the name  is proud and happy to see the children grow up, develop      After 17 days of wandering alone in
character, become self-relianl, independent and prosperous.
In the family circle it is not demanded' that, as the children grow up thcy
shall sign some formal document declaring their love-and loyalty to father
and mother and binding themselves 1.0 discharge certain duties towards them
and accept certain responsibilities on their behalf.
That love and loyalty exists, and that is all there is to it. No matter
how tli!. children may grow up, nor how far scattered around tho .world thcy
may be, and irrespective of tho individual interests which niay bo developed
by each, there yet remains a common bond which remains sLrong and uu-
br>'akablo. in principle their chief interests are ono, and each and all can
rely on the others. What benefits one indirectly benefits all, although not
necessarily  to   lhe  saute   extent,  and   loss   to   one  yidirectly  and   adversely j
affects all. .      "     I
The same principle holds good in the. case ot the British Mmpire. 71'lie j
analogy is perfect. Australia may be vitally interested in something which
only remoiely, it at till, affects Canada. But if Australia in working out that
particular problem gains in strength and becomes more contented and prosperous, it makes i'or Canada's gain indirectly. If anyone doubts this, let
liim recall what the strength of each of tho Dominions meant to the others
In tlie Great. War, when, combined, they placed overdue million soldiers in
the Held, ami, as Lloyd froorge declared at Ottawa the other day, had it not
been so the history of tho world would havo to bo re-written.
There may be times and questions where' the interests of various parts of
tlie Kmpire may come into conflict, just, as occasions arise, when the interests
of individual, members of a family do not. parallel each other but sharply
diverge. Thl.-i' would happen just the;same if each -wa.t tin independent,
sovereign nation. ���." But "because all are ���members of dne.faniily, agreater degree of -consideriit.io.n..f(>i'7o;K.-h.other "is shown. ' Thei'o isa willingness to.com-
piomiso,-'to .adopt' a'.miifiuij policy' of .gi.ve'-ahd -take. Twhieh i,n the end. benefits
' There".ttri.vlH.wevor,.ninny way'.-- im wjiieh-tiie mother-eoiuuVy-Virul .e'ach'of
the. Dominions can/directly, assist Tli'e'oiiiers, without involving* fhofii .In any
foniiMif centralized- go'voriuvionW."r .control," which might, tit-times' prove'"irk-
sriine"-and-lead \t.o'irrkalion- resulting in .friction- and "a ro'Ss'oC-..that. sentiment g'l.aiuuathers. rheumatism was. thought,; ',-,,���,,.���-���7 -���. XUr, ,.-m-.,,i (i.i��ii.��i - ,m
- .-.-- -���----.       - -, ,        ���-...- --     .... r.ii.i". ih,> iiTi.ii-i>i_i.ii_]i>".iAnniri. _���__'"-'���_>___.    iHUUung - in    cue    ��ouu    Jiasneu  .on
and- unir-y of purpose now-characioi-izing the .Kinplro as a. whole       -- - - '" "\.XlVj "'.'U',   '        lj0";lll->  ��> 3UllI\ ���,:.-.���;     ._���,;,,��� "���.,���. .1-,,,-���,.f-i"-"-- ihr.
.-,':''  '     -     '      -    -  ' .     7     -.    ... ..   - .-.���   .-��� .   -.-'   uie.lite and.; old. age.1 ���- Almost every  I.rpadway.      this sign.ad. ertwea the
cyanides, sulphur and other chemicals. |     One may retire at night, in the best
Coal also yields as by-products, coal-[of health, and    before    morning    be
tar  and   gas-liquor.      .From  the   gas-   "Wakened by terriiic cramps and pains
in the stomach followed by diarrhoea,
dyseutry, summer complaint-or bowel
trouble in one form or another.
At   this,,  season of.the year, when
bowel  troubles are so prevalent, we
'would advise the precaution of always
having ou hand a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Kxtract of Wild  Strawberry so
that you_will be ready for any and all
emergencies.      You  will  find  that  a
few   doses    of this valuable remedy,
taken promptly, will be the means of
preventing  a great  deal-of  unnecessary suffering, and jiniiny a time save
Mrs. W. H. Judd, .17-1 Catherine. St.,
S.,    Hamilton,    Ont.,    writes:���"Last
I had a very bad attack- of
summer complaint, cramp and diarrhoea. I tried many different remedies, but they-.did not seem to help me.
I heard of Dr. Fowler's Extract of
products from tar oils    that   boar   a  Wild Strawberry, so decided I would
try it.
sweet smell resembling flowers. Many
soaps obtain their fragrance and candles their flavors from products of the
hard black substance, mined from' the
heart of .the enrtli-t-coal.
Corns,  Warts, Bunions, j
! Painlessly Removed
t only took a few doses, and
in a short time I was better."
Pries 50c a bof.tle; put up by The T.
Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,, Out..-
ZR-3.WUI Soon Fly Across Atlantic
_���_^-. -- -
German-Quilt   Navy   Airplane   Almost
Ready For Voyage ~
The.-.f.U-S, German-built sister-to the
Don't limp any longer, don't suffer  navy airplane- Zli-'l,   is    expected    to
another hour from corns.      The old-Dioave-'lYicdrichshafen earlv in. Novoni-
ost remedy and the best, the one tteit' I)Cl. ror her   traus-Atitinfic voyage   to
; her future homo tit Lakehurst, N..T.   A
for fifty years has, proved a true sue-,
cess,   will   lift   out  your   corns   in  aj
hurry. Putnam's Painless Cortr and J station ship will be placed In mid-
Wart Extractor is the one remedy to; ocean to direct the big craft, and tin
i\j.e.      .Refuse, a, substitute, 25c every
RHEUMATIC   SUFFERERS   j   World's  Largest  Electric  Sign
May Obtain   Relief ''By 'Eririching'-;the '' Used   to   Advertise-Gotham. .National
-   ���   7"'  "7-Siood Supply-, v' -: -v    -' . ���'.  ./. ''-; - ,-.Bank..7Ne'w York  V-'V'V-
In.-the . d;iys-,7ot--oiir fathers'ami i    v,���'""'-", ���  ,, '.'. v ;. ���_"   -.'"���--'
  -1   'The- highest, electric- sign .0117.any
71'lfer".countries ai'e' working out ".policies for ih(.lr';owh'-particular .benefit
'-regtmlle.ss'fif :the ..effect on 7.of.her'pco'plos and-uations.-"; ��� Fnincb7��.e0ks to iiu:
.pose- "tier "'own wiirand policy .011 -JSurope; lliiggiit, .-under., the; Soviet- regime.
would .convert .the whole world--to tlie theori*..-. of- communism;, the! (TTni.ted
Stai e-i .erects a tariff- again si! the world in tiie, belief .that, it is7iiuUtcive\to' the
��� -prosperity of the- republic.' 7  ,7.    -'-'���,    ��� . -' ' "XX ��� -X    '.--. ���   7 '-";   --''-'-L" 7-
-' ' -- "Why, -then.'should ;not' thi;'-".Hritirf!i '.whi|��ir-i dev.e.iop-yolutitary pretoreuces
to-a. far.-greater exr.ehi.'ihan,heretofore.'bot\veen its .severai"parts" and -thereby.
r.-fi 11 for-miHuaI,advantages oh each ofinir tuldiug-slrength and prosperity to" the
-whole. - .'-Arid-.this can- be.':ilbne-.with"o'ut7adoptiu.g the ,dangurous7policy ofceii-
' tralizaiion-.o.f authority, without iii" tlie "slightest ..d.dffrce lessening the auton-
- biny of. each Dominion., and.'s.o'far from- weakening1,' result, iii. ."strengthen ing
. '.lib-.ues of.Kiupir'e."    .. . ���"��� ... 7 -       . . ���'"    .   .. ��� ������-,     -. y,  -_.-   ���   ���' 7.   "... ���'_'_������'-. -
(.Jo'thtuirXational IJ.ank an'd-7 tippears
above its twjuity-liyo story building.on
-Coiunibu;.: Circle.    -, 'I'.lie.. .'iign   stands
Weather Bureau, Shipping Board and
other governmeiit.agencios aro preparing to co-operate in furnishing the latent meteorological data. / , y ���
. Tho. planned route, is across Southern. France, thence to lhc Azores,' to
the southern tip of Bermuda and north
to -7 destination. .- .The. route .covers
-t.oOO riurdic.il "milesv; .or:--";i' .distance
nearly-one-third g'r'eilr.er-'l.iiiuijtlie.'.'air-
line" ,'i'ierosa'".-"Mn{jlani!.-;<-j_\cwfoiijiilland
and "ivo v"a' Seotiti. ��� ��� - The fligiu. "is -to be!
mtulfi'-'.'V.-;thout intermediate- stop." At
-her.;average "gait" the /It-":.' is ox-'
.1107; hours for..her
V:-VTHe 7Gift7 0f  Peace
How Oiive
Prediction Was Doubled
elderly .person" liad"-.! rheumatism,    as
well. as. many young people..." It'was
thought '-f.hti.t-   riieuiuatism-. -\yw.-A   the
more.effect of���.exposure to cold-and
damp,- -and  it ,w;ts:.trear.i.(l. witii  linl-|3-tT.feet,fromjihe' curb.;
menfs    aiul   -hot -applications, which"!'   fit   fact,,  there   a.re,two signs:'one.; pocfed !-to'  take
sometimes gave-7temi.oi;ary relief, .bur. [^.^ ��� ^uuj^llsi. :i���d-is Visible, -acroSs .-homeward' 'u:iV "': '-'""  V" '--V'""-'   '
did not -remove the trouble.'. Uv.thosf'       ,-"',     -''   ',    - ,-���- -, r \-';-r ",V, .'I-' ���-    -   - - "    ";-   ��� ' "-   -"������/-
���davH there, wore'iuiiny :(:rinplesv7 NowJ ^jutiim-. and ^..111 on Long Island.    . The .- Govmaii    shij> 7 -was built as tt
-iuedica.l.science understands "that.Hieu-! the otlier lace? north-ami is. visible ni ! commercial craft, -.'['rovision, has. been
matisin is-tt'disease ol';,lher...blood, and . the .Bronx aiid up the-Tivor.- ;.m;i.de-'flir -twont\-  paMSeii'gers.on Jong
thift! 'with ."good;   i;ich -.red -blood  aiiyj": Tliese'signs^fn^SO -feet wide! '. '.TbtV! (u-ht-s" oVnurtv'oirsho'i-l voV-ge^ ''- "
iuan or.-woman-.-of: anv nge. ctur dofy'i   .--.. ,- -..;'��� . ,,7 , 7 ���'   f , -,,-���-������-.''.���,,,,.,��� !    '     . V. ���;-���       ."-'������.-"     - =' ���    '.'-'���
, ....'   -.   -,,,,-.    ���-���-.".- -.,--���    weigh    SO - tons'-im!-are ri voted to-1 -.,-.       -.-  _��� ^.���i���       ....
rlieuinatis.ni.-, -"There-- are. -mtinv e der-'     '& ��� .._������-..        ... ..-..-..-.
specially for women
who live on farms
Aunt Jemima   Pancakes ��� thousands   of &f
farm families Imvc them regularly these ~. -^
days. They're so easy to get and their old-
time Southern flavor makes a hit with
everyone. -
Now, in response to requests; Aunt
Jemima Pancake Flour comes in larger
packages, nearly three times as large as the
regular tartans. More convenient; more
economical. No waste from spilling as with
sack3. But thc same flour���Aunt jemima's"
famous Southern recipe ready mixed.
Ask your grocer for the big Aunt Jemima       .   v
"Vie in town, Honey!"
r Jemima
Grow ^
IT'S the 'careful systematic saving of small sums each
month, that  enables men   and  women  to  become
... buyers of good Bonds and so establish themselves on the
road to financial independence.
. Our Partial Payment Plan for Buying Bonds has been
devised particularly for those who wish to draw up a
conservative,; workable plan of saving and investing a
portion of their income. The Plan is quite simple and
will appcal'to those who wish to secure the maximum
income return, consistent with safety.  -
Buying Bonds on the Partial Payment Plan is fully ���
described in a special booklet.    Use the coupon below'to /
obtain a copy and full particulars as to how you can
become the owner of a safe 5500 or,$1,000 bond during the
next few months.
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293 Bay Street Toronto '
Kindly send me n copv of'"Buying Bonds on the
Partial Payment Plan." . x 7
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World'svJTime  For  Radio
ly P.eoiJkiwho have ni!Vt.i~..folt'a twinge jgethei';,; with "'-.Lo.oQO'  -i-
"of rhematifiui'tind nitiny whdhave eon-1 T.hcy are', built-.directly-
ounee - bolts-:-! .  yor 7 yc-ai^-"-Mother. .(rraveft'.-'XVor'm
oil ;the Kte'el '"'l-Oxtormlnatbi-' has ranked as a reliable
Tree/,Became "the Emblem
_,__:...-,0( "Athens-- ���.""".' "''::'""'..V'i
0-olive- tree. <c;niio to; bo-'i.he!
keefiing ���.. their ! eohiiuiift'of-thd^uilding.- .which'  wei-e ! ���nt I'feparatibn and it.iilw.ttys.iiiaiu-
'I'ho blood en-   --���'   :���   ,���'��� : -"' -    , : ������ '      ���"", i.faim. its refutation.   . ���   .-.-        -.-���--������
.   x_.   u.iu   '--,L ��� orected .-.to    .sufii>ort    such Higns -and.;   - -;    '----���   -- . ..       .:. ���   -i..
are bullt't.0" withstand t'.o-jiounds witid ; 7'       '-'->,   -j.X    " j ">|    '  / X '--'"���-    "
Sir- Whlia'm Van Horne;Ridiculed->o;],^i��^^,^��� -^ul^lioVniore" genial | ,,ro^jiro to.the.tquare' r--    X    '      -V-       ��� -tredlt,. and- Xharacter.
auerotr it liy!." simply
blood -rich' and, imro:
Tiching, (iiiaiities of '\)r..AVilliains* .-Pink |
every- .y~en,r   more.;
���-.- embl��;iir- ol - "Athens  is ,-told   by. .(.ri'c^ek
-7 Jiiythologv,    ,- -'fwri ������ deitierf���Minerv'ti
- ii��ii.._V',-idui,.''-:-wiH.hf'd to'.found -ii.'.elty-
- oh. ti'ii;-s'iiiue t^pot, tuid.. -referring th'e
".'-!-uiaiu.r to .'Jove, clie king'of g'o'd.s.and
n"K,-u'"de"crei.d tliar. the' privilcgc'should
'- b.- grai'iteil to" whichever would bestow
_-!. j hy-' most ,'uPefnr 'gift/on .r.hb,future ..in-
7. ]ii'ibiiii_ifs.'< ' Xi'(,ituiU!-. Hi'ruo.k.tbe earth
��� with hi:< trident, itndj.'ort.li .eaiue ;i-;Wiir-
. ������iu.ir.-:o,"" -".Minerva, produced', an/ olive
.   t i"e''.. eiithb-lli "of piiiice, 7 .    -', ...'..  :'-"
Juvi-'h..' .1 s.rdict- ,-mi...; .111   f;i,Vi>"r.. of.
;    Miin v\:i,. _AvIm��� ��� thus'.-'b'-ciimc the..pairon
goifde.-i-.-of ,Vtli"iis.'-    --���   .'    ���''���'   ;  ---   "  '-
'���, His' Lead ���    7 ���-.-'.        ['-. -'
��� ���-   '.".Vi-...  tii;ii'.-  p(.or/oli!-;.i(_]i!;i!is.:.'7.Voil
- -know,    lj'     si-i'd' "to "play   a", b'a'ding
; 7part at lie- llu-iri-.-." "-,._..;'- --.-'. ���������'������....-.
'  "(ioiiii  jjrticiou.1;       I >iil "!if:.; ivaJiy-'.'.v
7. 7"Vi-s.'   he   led ' r!,.--   F.;.!.i-~:.l.'..f.ff. .I.hf-
.���:-tiii*= ."-.-'"I.-imi'lo'ti  W'-i'kly T-elegraphV ���
"7 !'7;7Wheat Estimate
:  Vears- tigo
venturer, the
���would.conio ivh<jh.;"(Jiin"iida.would pro-
;V;;USe;of-~the,se"-.pills hri|.-"ri)bbc(l.:rlieiuii;i-'I'
7 'Itishi. of'its tn-roi;.3. .'.-At the .i}rsc .sign.7"'
i ICgsoni fcialtf
Sir iV-iiliai'n -\'an  Uonie [.of-poor .'blood, whicli is shown "by loss
prediction- that the' lime ! W^eato, dull" s kin  and dim; ev-es;
���,   .   .,,    ���-.,-������-,.-���    ' protect -vourselt  against  lurther. rav-
vh<;n.-Canada, would pro-j -.-^  ot 'ai^iy bv  takinsr-Wr.'-TVlI-.   .       .     ,-./ft.f- ,-,,���, -1 .        .      -
duee two'hundred luillion"-bushels of j. Hams' :t��ink. ".Tills.... They h;ive."liefp-';.w"ualrl 0:'r'<iy toiih. and. it. steadily ! n v,-ou!d be J'ar-'better, if it ".were an
.wheat Viid'.'that' fh'e"price":of wiieat! Vl thousands- -if -you. give them a fair j.'growiiig-. '- It.sells::;tit ?tjO a. ton,- but i OHtablisiie'd la'ct. as-maiiy bahkc'r.s no
would ivaV'h"twoJdollafs.7 ���.������|)oul)lfi<-ilio-rtr'i_J1,1 tbey will not disappoinr you.-. ���    l;,f the- corner druggisl> the' clia^BC is;,<Unl[,t collj(1 lCsu(y; .. K^ryoiie'recallo
-'���'":''   ���  " ���-    ''  ! Security Nd"Gobd Unless Man" Can Qe
-     -      A-Spread In. Price     , .  ,-^v   :���   _  7; 'Tp'usted _" '      " :y)y'
lasuue. ItrilUh golunibia/pvodm^s j    'phar;u:tVr' :ii;ii-credit basis'is esttib--
One. lake 'is-.said -to j'jishe(l. ;n tri,!.ory".if; lib t: always in" fact
��� ,.-,. ,-���...���-- ������   ,    ���������      1 if  -Vou'cah" get the8i:7ldllu..tlirhiigh-finy -��� (fyXnr-<-> ivu-u-ve'
Prediction' ...t . this- production  has  id) c,;.;;A]cr in m,.(lk.ini.-.{)l. J)V ; milU . a�� "3(v ��.' ^01!^" " *wc'^c'
ready been reached.   .AVohtul the.two iceuta  a box.from The -.l..r. :\Vi��iams--l''\stlllli^,!U''
ThLs.-it has been-; ti!e'older'Morgan",^ decJariition thiit he!
Msp' Eliminates  Need-for Calculation
By  Berlin  Operators
At the .immense new central truiiK-
mitting glutton  in llerlln,  it was imperative that the   .sending   operators
should   know  the." exact  time  in  any
other part of the world at-a given moment.- ��� Some form of clock was found,
necessary, 1 hat would indicate day and
ilight, and simultaneously indicate the
time at all other Important -radio stations .throughout r.he world.-_��� -..A .map
of-the world "was therefore placed ou a
circular.glass dial, on;-the outer edge,
of wliich" fwo-lwclve-boiu- scales were
graduated    tit" - (Ive-minufe,   intervale.-"
.This diai'rbeihg dtu'-lcened around htilf
"the edge, to indicate.-where"it:is hlght,-
is "nioved.ti round- by .clockwork'. :   Arrows extend from tho stations on the.
map .-to-the. edge,  indieatiug- the  ap-
"proxiniato fiines at any given moment.'
The/.entiro device, :moyiog.acr6.ss- the,-
sluided area, .eliininafes "need- for.'ca
euhft.km by the operator. 7, . 7 '   ���
.. A. Mail'WhovWorks
- A'-��� n'owsptipcr.'--'executive is.- a .'mail
who ^Iitis.-to-decide-tlii tigs'quickly-and
sometimes- he decides-- right. ." Great
responsibilities' weigh..him down, ami
he "gives up his-.lifo.to i'i";public that
doesh'r.  even-'know, his   name."   ".-Tho
Earthquake JDisturbances 7   X
Shores -bf   Pacific -Ocean! :Aetiye ' at-
",,.:''    Nearly All Points.V'      '  . '
.The '..earthquake],  at'..Japan is-tiie
rea test, disaster of it's kind in history.
nt.;.ilio    rate, of ?b*90'. woui(j "i,,;Vd" one.njillion 'dohtrs^without
readernuysti,pai)ei7for;-a:nickel...andiJ.ui..hl ^itc;of "thc.awfiii toil of lives"
hasn:t.thc:sligiitesi..epiicepU6n-of what |-(l fo^, Japrin 'cannot even vet rest
it>cost llvo. executive.iti!effort, energy}.ISKUmLi.haL.]ler last sacrifice, to con-
and -perspiration fo;produeo lr.-lSort.{"uaoni-buildlng. htiV been made;-' It is
Moses, in K'o.wspaperdom.-- -.'.--'
dollar;, ���price':- but: .it'didn't stay. very-j";Modieinq'Oo.,- 'Orockvi.lle. "Ont; :
.long!--.- Sjti; \V'iliiam !w;iV"ridiculed when !���;.':' "'" '~    ~     ���------'-���"- -
���'hii.'jviade "Jus-7c-'srimai(.'"oi';---pr-0(!!ictioti,'- '.
but" as time has.proven, lie "was. away |
' per ton.
ow- file, mark.-'-I.or.libridge.-. HVrald!
I'lii'- .drrmveihirv
-r- The .World's. Loss  -7;  '   ".-
', :(lan-:";in"yone"!" tin; .Professor ".asked.
I aildressing .his .pui dents .-.".tell me. wha.r
.elocfricttv 7isV""' '.'A'., student
wenf up timl' the .youth was'inv'ired to ,   ,..,,���.,   ...     ,   ..
-    -   '���-,,-.,-���.,-;..���-.-,- ���  ���>   .���,-.-   ,."���-��� -V.of i'iVir. Alberia has
(expound.,    lie. floundered  111 - 1ms* 	
planaTi.o'ti., f-unie-fd 'a.^Mtind, tuid" said
.' -':   '.    - .'..,:-   . '..'. ���'.". ' j security" "to a -inaii in vriioye, cliaracter
'���-"-.,    -������----------'--���.-���-���������-    -,.     ��� -���; h,j, had-.confidence, but. that.-hu - would
C��l Production In Alberia ." . "-    .-''n()f'I(.-P;d fl,iy. amoiinr, f.o: a nitin without
7'Accordihg id figures provided by the ��� ;.h.i racier. no"iii;i!.ter -what "the secur
!. practically, certain -that for manyccn-'.;-
V .'  - ' ���.      r~   ~  ���"""   '     '   -iluries "to eotho that - soclioh    of"' the-
Sloop-is. the great noiuisher. of in-jpiob'o-will be-jnore or-less subject: to
itiuts.- ;ind .without peaceful -sleep the 1 .-    .,   .   -    ������"���'., ������.-..   ' ' i.-. - -.,'-, '���������
child -will- not' thrive.    - This" cannot Ioai^liqunlcoa ofdostructiyo magnitude:
lie got it. the .infant, be- troubled" witli "'.The".sheves. of. the;; Pacific arc-active
, 7   -. . preliminary, report-on mmeral.-produe- ;ir.v- offered.       .V s'uccestul  banker  of'  .    ,--"' ii-       n -v-    1-���   -        .     .-..-���--.
hand  . _: --.-   ,,-���-���.-- ,;   7,"     .        . - '"   - ,    1  ���"��� ������       , .-,       -      -.    ,   ,���  . ',  -; (t��slroy  worms and drive  thorn. I mtn.i !.-�����,.(���   rnrile<   ti-i��f" -r^in-i    Tinnfi-
turn m   lautt-Ui tor the.-nrst six months ;.Kaiis:is C  y r.eiiuirked that-a man who !: rllt, V^tem  -uid -ifterw-irils rhe chiid's     "   '   aa-'  ljai'1-   i^L-ina... japan,
il - mijjy 'lU'esseil,'
will,-co*.,er'(di.'lii.y- jiiih's.in' iiv(,; hours!-
;iiid"7yiH" keep  goit?g ,lwelv
tyXy,ify yX of--the;twority-foui'.! iinj)Kvl c,yX>yn.X ������Gentlemen;-:l'e-
'lor a. v.'i ek o;f end-on   a ��� dbf ��� lipon ...... .---...
ivhich- ���;- hf.-rsi-' would'- stiirvv, ���-"���--    ;���'.
10. fonr-.i 'hi[C h", .:h.;(i   iJ,lov,-h7tli^ 'day.bofoi'
rodueedin those , e.ould- not.   be   trusted." could   sc_irco.lv | test will be" undisturbed. "" Tlie'.pow-
six-inoiuhs a total "-.'ol' ::.::t2,9:it -tons- .of Ini'fev semt'ityV.imt.-.eiiuldlietrfisred.-.---1 rh.'rs - cannot'ihjure .the" most--''delicate.
'('.6'iU,'."c;_nipt.ired-. with  2.".".S;^fl6 "In  the ;'j.'roiu_ rl:e Kansas. City-Star.
;v;fme- p'-rioiroi'- I!>_;_;..- .    '       .-.-   .'��� .   "    '   ���   .. ���^-���= ������ 7
Miller's \Vorm..l'owders."wlll |.todaj:- at-nearly-"-all pqint-s^-from  the
Kurile "and,-' Aleutian Islands,-.-Alaska...
Californiti"tiud"Cehtnil--America' to the
west "'coast of "South' ."America" as   far.
rioul.'h as Chile.-. ������ ' -.'"".   '       "...   ,    -
-N'eb'i-!,.  ��� I'oiip'der
��� ti
��� owed -his .v;ii';.t--loi't!iiie-tp .--|.he'-(!isc.o\-
S.-Vy'of'dyiia'iiiite.-    " ���-������  -,-." --.
:     Mr*. L. -Whftinsr,-' 202. King St. West,. Brockville,>Qnt:-i
���writes:-^- ���        y'i   ', X' ,  ��� X, '-   ���'-.'  "7..- -
"".."I-.took yerv iick'iyit!i..m'y'iicrycs"!'aii.c| stomach; and yeemed .to
all riin-dowi..' At   times   my -heaitjVy-ouJcl' fiutter and palpitate
!cli."-wcik;-_Spy!is;'Vin7/.]jhe.-. pit .. of
."my   .*ioinacIi"; that'J'-r^Vbjse-
gk   ,      InnrA-   thought Xl-ywauid'Xy-
atid ��� I   ;would 'takf
: marked 'rhe   l.'roiessor-drily,  "r.his-is ���'-   _-.'':., _-   ' .", ''-.",-      " -   - .
��� - -..    ...�� .   ��� -   .- ,   The   Oil   tor  the   i-armer.���A   bol.tb'-
.'til<- ��addyS1:day.of ll-!>, 7.11!'",;, : Veil See .^,f -iyp- -i-;,,,,!!.,^ l.v-KM.tl'ie   Oil. in.'.rhe"
,l>efore you the 6'iilJ','iitah on.ea"nh.wh().j.-'f:ii-iii' house.wllI-";-.!ave' -iiitiiiy.'a joiifj'vey '
i h;i.Vov7er".lc!io-i"vii .���K'-l'iaVVi.'M-iri.i'iiv' Was. ' lor-tlu.'  'io'cidr,   -'II.  is 11071! only good'
j'l'ui:.. the',c.hililreii    v. lien '"^ r.a'keji -- wifur
' ci(ids- i'ui��f croup, piul "for the .mature
:"who"'suffer froni pains'.and aches, hut
���' tin-re arc,direcribns .for its- uaii:oii'. sick '
;''i::tftle."     Tliere. should   always,  he.  a
' lioftje .of it .iii thi- house; [ -'-7..:.-;. ���
. j'a mi -iii.'"-h a s' !'<'.��� i"-g<"/iTe.n.:
B.C. Lumber. Production'7".
'.'���' _\'e:irly:five humlied saw,"and sbihv
mills- in"JJriiisIi ('ohihibia tire proihic-:
-. - What. A .Ccsino'politan'ls
��� .loo.-' ���'ISill..; what's. :i .cosiiiop(dti.an;'.'--'
. Cil'l.���L."\X"e!.l. ..suppose -you -was. a,
il'ussian .ffW-'liviti'. ih.,- l-:ngl;ind, and'
married td.a ''hitie.se. wouitiii. and you
iitu! just, fini.-heiliiri Irish stew and vou
was sniokin'. a Turkish cigarette, while:
����� -.nis;g;-i--." band - outside ���was', playing.
'The' IS'm.-T-Hells .'of'' 'Scotlanii.'-' ; then ;-..
baby, "and "rhere- is- "norbing s.o.-offective
for ^restoring  the. health, id', ti Vorm-
:- worn Infant.   "������'--.
Angola" Rich In Diamonds   "7 i":
The diamond fields of Angola, t'pi'.tu.-.
t'uose. West" Africa,- have been .develop-.
! ed to such-an extent, that the Angola
! colony., is   now. considered ..to...be "the
i fo'.irlh-diiimond-pi^xiucer'iji" the, world:
" .During" recent tests, an am-carried
n lead.'shot- SOO-times its own-weight.
,To-equal this feat a 'man would .have"
-'to move along"-with'-fifty tons'on his
back. '; ".���'..'--." ".'   '     -'-" ��� -.-���'"- ���
7 '.'1'
j-'ing ;!nnualEy..:ipproxihi';ire'iy;'ihree-and'
; a half billion.|-eet: ol luiiibi-r and'-'about,
���-. ihe':f��aiii'.'" i.iiiiib'i. of shingles.; -   :TliiV ,
"'   year',   rhe    iunibOi'-    jiroduf-.tion  of the
province is-esiima-fed    10.  be 'worth.:
' . Ss.j.ooo.iifio.    ;ind-   a    survey, of World
markoTssn i':.;. |'i-ou)is��- of ;s sioady jn-'
r;i-..;)Se-in  the ihat ileetulf.
nevirr gel betier-. {. had
almost given lip hope when
a- friend advised- lhe use
of Dr, Chd5;.*.�� Nerve Food.
I did not stop until I had
Liken Uvenfy-five -boxe*. It
lias done wonders (or .me
and I. want7 to. recommend
it to ever.-'on'c."' 'XX-'���-':-- ;
I     iO Cestia 3 hox. all il<-a��^r��, or vXhn.tr.ton. i:atei.A..<o..-.I.iii.. .Toronto
', Dairy Cows'-'ln. Alberta- "- .''..'���'
Albet-u'f. ticcoiding .1.0 the 'last gov-
ernme'h', agridtili.u.ral',i'ej��or{. has- -tPf.'.-
i.ipO .dairy cow.-., -.aitied ;it 'ipproxiinafy-'
ly :���? 107H��7''��,*-'0f��; ; Tire -product: ijf th>'si;
cV��ws Itist-Vfarwas worth ?2S.r.'.MtJ'000.
or * l.eoTi.iii,!0. jiiori- than "tin-ir ,owt>
rtilu^. ", .- .���,--.".: ; ';' ^ K yy .������'..';'
���joii'd" b.\ WnsmimolirariWivWbtW    .SIibuld;r-.--si.idcr-bo bitten in a.,limb ���
"U'e'eldv   .'"-'     --������ "   ���    "-""..���-���  " ' '-! -'!il,ul- I'Pis.dn.be present,-   the -.^.-reatur'e
l" ���-.,-.:. ".: .. - ' -   -   ' ' - ���-> ..'-' j-wil Pot'ten tear the li'tiiboft' tiud throw
1 *.",-"W'l'.al'  tin, awkward'aitgel   ihe uver-} it awtiy. growing .a .new   one . to    rer
;.nge" ni'a'n would in;il.'e'. .,-.'       place'it..'  ,;  , 7'.-.���,.'..     .-    ':'���"-...'"������
i"    V&ITf FOtK S.KE*   BY* CARS 11C0K   ItV'MN t CO. CKICaM.UJ.1 ���
''��i ' ���   -- -        -       *   '-7'-~     '     '   "      ^    -    '-
����������**������ BlM������i*l���������""�������� I Hill IMMM BU      III __T   ���   II ������_���   1 ������  ma��n  ��������.��� m .
-i -:
\~/-f. --The 'iT!c.,oii?!r,'--pie. YouiigX^-V.-.V
Siinie.jifth- livo-to���;'��;ripe'ohl a'g'-ah.d
sorn-.' rry-io 'ciiin'b through. :i-b.-ubed-
wire' tence ' with a loaded shotgun.--
San Francisco CUronicb-. -     . y
"i3oo.. hoo. lioo. ..hoo!'.' said -.luhnnii'.
-:a pictmcivil, on failier's }im-Z" ^.^Vell.
��lear."i..gi:ld. inotli*-r.".."that's -fou> 71.ad.:
but .''you. "must ui.��t.r:r: a.bout:-,it." " "I
d-d-didn't4-r"l-!.-JaUghed."' ]   ; ���'���. .''::[ ���
Minard's Linirnent-for Corns-
:\V. , s.   vx i'm
���yxyX   .    ...PcifJulattonpf China. :
���I'''"������.' C.iiiiui hiss "a -population of 1..6.U!'1!.- i
; i)">". ac-oruing .10 tho annual n-port of |
! tin: ('hini-.-'i- post oflice. The liguri- !
���is only a *'-rigui* i.-sUnUii", u>mpil{'d;
j lrom reports. 01 provin'-i.-il offices. - as .j
[no sjsfemaije ni'-'liod of fi'iisiis talsiug't
��� ir. followed.  "'.'"-, '��� ��� :
: .   I'li-ead- !iirui''i-:'i'o"m' tlii- Soya  bean i.-.
! sai'd   tp'yont.aiil  all-t'lie :besi".'. lenieins .
J o'f-Ii'oiii ''-iie'aT-aiii'! n.ill;.,* -; ...-"      .   :.���'- \
'' Mmafj's Linimeftt fOr'Headach�� -: "- ��� : .  t
j-i ���*-.����� n-^v _* m
ri|K      iiKlHifv      Ui.'KUXWOOf).
H       C.
Haormous Wheat  fields
omen Can Dye Any
i ��Vr>v\i��'.����. >w
j     ��'-:es of Surprising Yields of Wheat!
j In Southern Alberta j
llor'n0' C;��0U'' -M,-,1.lbei  ol  1'arliiiiuent.
< lhe  MacLeod  constituency,  holtN !
j   "^unofliehil  it-cord  Un- the  bumper.
!    "out yield in youth Alberta.
j     1,''omafleldor25aciesonhi,Larm
���'V -Nanion, Mr Coote threshed 1,835
b";llfJ�� or wheat, an .-newso oi more
|   * ��i 7:i bushels 10 the acre.      l!o ha.
i not >'e,t hnished
I wllf>le. crop is
the threshing^but his
oing weil over 00 bush-
GOOD home-made \
( bread has always
been the chief food
of theearth's sturdiest
races. * None of the
breakfast foods or~
health foods can equal
bread in nourishment.
Good bread is,the
most digestible food as
well as the cheapest'.-
on  his
. I31S to the acre. .
I .sla Cochlan. iiuid .Mr. Cook
!*"'�� a Jleld ol ���S',i bushels
; l,m�� near Slaveley.
))) the same district, J. S. Urown
; l^hed anaveiage ol 52, bushels to
; ' acre on 120 acres or summerfal-
��� ��� All summerfallow in the dis-
I l��t Uuu was"uot hailed-is 1 tinning
, fl��Ji 10 to 5Q bushels to the acre.
^ ,u,u> Hundred and 'five bushels ol
���i��Vi��,r ����� ll,1<-'slie<1 on :i one-acre
! ',, ��U ,h0 1,lT1" or-��io Provincial
I hcnooi 01 tigriculture at Olds, Alta.,
larding to itilormation received
Vin^ F' 'S' GHstlillo> director of the
\,, sch001- ���s is believed to be
"lu record wheat yield for one acre
j" clio history of agriculture in Al-
bo^��, Mr. Cri.dale said.
an Dye Any I    Canada's Record  Grain Cr
Garment,   Drapery j
  ! Notable  Gain   Over   La.'it Year
In Western  Provinces j
I'anmiliars recei\eil at Ott.,\\,i war-'
I rant an estimate of cioji \ n Id in (Vn-
1 ada this year compared with lust year!
.1-. follow:.: FtillMlii.il, 111,7,;I,(<i'i bu-ti  '
1-1-5  uu'.iin.-vt   IS.DoG.i'iio,   -pi ing   wheat
nn.UoT.oOe    bushels   ajrauiM    oSO.Mi",
IU0:   all   wheal,      ITii.IJL'S.'niO     bushel-, j
. Don I .-ft onder whethei   v on can dye j..gaiut_t     ::!.9,7yi,ki'��  ~ bu-diel.-:     out-, J
or   Uul   successfully,   becauv   period j Z>\',7>, 12 I, tmo    again-t     I!) I,I';!!),no.';  bar-)
1 homo djcing is guaranteed with "Dia-1 ley,  Mi.it.|_>,utH��  n-;niiiM   7t.y..vi"l'.   all'
! mond D>es" even if you ha\e" neifer 1 rye, I!S,l..!., inn bti__heN t.gainsi  .:_..::7.'!.-
dyed before.Druggists have all colors, j -100.
Directions in each package.
London's   Working   Populace
Over   40,000   Pour   Into   City    Every.
The daily ebb and How of the tide
of'humanity from and to the City and
Foi; Ontario  the cMiiu:ii.> ..re-  ,yi!
wheat,  lO.liH,000  bushel.- again^i 19,-
S93.000;   oats, !):>, PJS.OOfi agaiiiot   1 li;'-
031,000    bushels;    barb'j,     i:!,2;;,7,ooi)
against i:_,fl72,00U bushel-,    |.,'n    \.yr,
1,071.000   agniii.-a   2,r>00,i'iiu    hii.-lie'l-i;
llax, Sti.000 against ���IS.Gtui hit-hel,-
__  For the three prairie pio.i'uees the
County of London is described i"n ihe Lcstilualc>'s     :,1'c:     Wheal     I l<;,77r.,000
nevr    census    volume    dealing   wil hi ;li'!li,lhL 375,1!) 1,000 bushels; ���:as, \\zi,-
"Workplaces in London aud the Five  'l7(i,00fl :,*nil,s<-    SO.ljGO.Oliii    bushels;
lrlety of wlieat ��� which grmrj
1 stupendous yield was Marquis.
If was grown "only on this one small
j I������h ami' graded No. 1 Northern.
j     'lVo   hundred   and   five bushels of
J oa.tn were,threshed off one acre on fhe
aoiv   ClUV'nS Ule.Bamo wook.      On 27
! m.Vi* ��f 1>aVlcy r,n flvo���So yield'of 70
j ��"JM��0,S l0 Ulo   acro    wna
,u>ilo on another
icres a different
th"'1. lS' ��l !>iU'Ie>' Xicided SO bushels to
West Afiica natives havo massacred
th'e "French garrison, GO miles north of
A radio amateur tit Halifax has been
in two-way .communication with 1). is.
MacMillJan's ship in the Arctic.
[W Stomach. Trouble,
Gas Or Indigestion
vwl?t!;VV'lFomn'' if! th0 quickest,
11 tuK ehel lor indigestion, gases
a<u"lonco,   heartburn,   sourness,   fer
Homo Counties." Tho total of ������.''occupied" persons in ��� tho whole area,
was, in round figures, about four and a
half "millions. Nearly two millions
I returned themselves as having their
pvorkplacos. outside the area of resi-
' deuce. The great majority of the
population who-work iu London live
within -si ten-mile 'circle. This uc-
counts for the pressure on local tram
and omnibus services ancl on the suburban railways \ night and mpynlng.
Jtoughly, '103,000 persons pour into vthe
city area daily, tho night population,
or residents, numbering less than
fourteen thousand. Over a quarter of
a million people come into the Westminster area, where the Government
ofiices are situated; and Finsbury,
Hoi born and Marylebone attract the
next largest crowds in-the order mimed.
On the.daily inflow of 400,000 to the
one square mile, nearly a quarter of a
million come from the adjoining
County of London,      Of llie outside
barley, (^,-165,000 again-1 .'i.'I.Gia.oOO
bushels; .rye, 23,711,000 against 20,-
���129,000 bushels; ancl llax seed. 0,S.".2,-
000 against  1,901,700 bush-K
Why Have Skin Trouble
Cuticura Will Prevent ft
In the treatment of all &kto roubles
bathe freely with Cuticuia Soap ;'��� nd
hot water, dry cently, und apply
Cuticura Ointment ;o ��h affected
parts. Do not fail te include Am
exquisitely scented Cuticuia Talcum
in your toilet preparations.
SnpZ5c. OutmenlZSiuJSOc. Tilnim2Sc. Sold
(liroughout theDominion. CanadianDepot;
,-muu. Imiiti, 344 St Ptnl Si., W., MratraL
3>aK**Cuticur> Soap iharei without mu_r��
Northwest Indians   .
,     Get More Reserves
Forest Fires and Labor
Labor Suffers By Timber Losses, Says
Tom Moore
That labor is becoming 'much ...concerned over the menace lo employment caused by forest fires was emphasized      recently     in      a     public
The new liritish   Columbia voters' j by  t!^.��r "J^ g^�����^aasod ! unties, l_lssex is the largest contribu
list    comprises     195.097    .names    as; �����fj     immediate     stomach"1 relief"
igainst 171,677 on the list last voar.     I now ^ youi'  stol��^ch   and   digestion
miUli" a /eW Cients'     "'^ists soil
The Angora Government ordered enforcement ot lhe prohibition'law in
Constantinople, beginning Oct. S.
A hearse' equipped.with talking machine, radio amplifier and a peal ~bf
chimes and costing ?20,000, has appeared in New. York.
A special meeting of tho Alberta Command, G.W.V.A., authorized a grant
oi $2,00.0' to the .'Dominion Command
���to. retain Iho services of C. Grant MacNeil, Dominion Secretarj
Tjl was oflicial ly announced i'rom Her-'
liu that the ordinance of .Tanuary 1.;,
suspending deliveries in kind on reparations to'Franeo   tour 'iJelgiu'm,   had
been annulled.
Eighteen   hundred   giaiu   elevators
will be  constructed in  the southeast
region of Russia.     Orders lor a number   of   them   have been placed with > rhe
Canadian contractors.
A new radio .station thai is expected
- will be heard ni all parts otXJanada, is
operating from the Province news!-
papev. oiliee, Vancouver. It operates,
In -110 moires Marc lengrli ami has
CKC1J as its call letters.
Tlie l��epaitmo)it of Finance. Ottawa,
confirmed cable reports from London
to the effect rhat ilumania litis made
a payment of interest on her loan from
Canada. Tho amount paid is ?t79,-
000, being inteiest on tlie loan'up -o
Increase 4n  Farms
British Columbia Is Forging Ahead As
An  Agricultural .Country
^ Uile the average size of larnis in
1'ritiuh   Columbia   diuiinislied   somewhat during the period bctAveon 1911
jand l921,\u very considerable increase
i in tlm number of farms was registered;
1     I'1'�� number of occupied  farms  of
one iicro or over in nvltigli Columbia
in 1921 was 21,973, as compared Avith
LC.95S in 1911, .and ��,501 in 1901. Farm
acreago   iu , 1921    was   '2,800.593,   as
against 3,510,011 in 19117 and   1,497,-
419 it\ idoi, reiiresenting a gain of 60.(J
per cent, overdue iwonty-joar period.
.Tho value'of'all  farm propei'ty in
PVovinee increased from $ 188,635,-
721 in I91L to '
tor, with 7-1,622. Nearly 7,000 come
daily from as far afield as Southend-
on-Sea; some thirty-five" miles away.
Middlesex, with 55,565, slauds next
among'tlio contributing counties, tlio
largest numbers coming from Hornsey
(S,7Y9) and Tottenham (8,289).
1 dent  of  the  Trade
gross of Canada.
"To  my way of  thinking a timber
tree is not the raw material for 'lumber' or-ipulp' and 'paper' so ���much, as
wage   earners,
Government    Sets    Aside    Additionn
Territory in North Country
��� ,. , . I statement, by  Mr. Tom .Moore, Prosl-
Because  there is  grave danger ot ] , .
tho "bona-fldo aboriginal natives of
.tho Northwest Territories" being reduced to want and. starvation unless
further areas are reserved as hunting
and trapping preserves for their sole
use, the government.has passed an
order in council making additional
reservations in.the Northwest Territories. The order states that increasing numbers of foreign and other nonresident hunters and trappers are going Into , the..country and depleting
wild life and fur resources. ItTpto-
rides'that license shall confer 'the
right to hunt or trap on Victoria Island, Banks Island, or on a number of
other areas to be known as "Peel !llv-
er preserve, Yellow Knife preserve,
Backs Hirer preserve and Slave Hirer
$201,379,6 IS, or 6.S per
oonXS1^ ^ 1S iH-when he is^
colic  ,.:t&J:   ^   l^lseatHm;  colds:
othof Z   *im*}y   tevM   or a^ of LUo
he innM Dy nY?m' iUs ot lit��l<1 �����*-
W-Srf,w B������,-s. Own Tab-
,   .. ,tlc stomach   aud   bowels,
Girls! Women!
Improve Your Looks!
News of a Simple Treatment That
Thousands Find Beneficial
Alas���your'bloodless face indicates
trouble. Your watery blood 'menaces
your health. What you need is the
toning, cleansing assistance of Dr.
Hamilton's yPills. They will clean
out the overplus ot bile that makes
your sldn so murky���they will put' new
lite into Tho stomach, brace up digestion and make you eat sulllclent tootl
to get a blood supply ahead. To look
your best and to feel the benefits of
good health use Dr, Hamilton's Pills
frerjuentlv.     \25c at all dealers.     ,
New Canadian  $2  Bill
Dominio.i Note Recently Issued Has
Portrait-of Prince of Wales ���
A. new 52 ltoininion. note has just
been placed iti circulation by the Department of-Finance. On the lace of
the bill is a new steel eugraved por-
i rait of Bis lloyaf Highness the Prince
oC"WuUss. and the date of issue is June
23rdf L933���the last birthday ot-the
l'rinco. The department took advau-
J-ige'ot the presence iu Ottawa of the
Catch Limit Was Reached.
the raw material of
thriving towns, busy railways aud public treasuries. .We burn down forests
and think we are destroying only some
corporation's timber. Tin* more vital-
fact is that a burning forest burns up
pay envelopes. L'ntil we identify
the conservation of the forests with
prolific employment and human happiness we will continue to destroy the
A large proportion of the amount
received' for.every log is ultimately
spent on labor. This shows very
plainly'that.tlie protection of the forest is another term for the protection
of jobs.
I wane to ���urge, every friend of labor
I throughout Canada to Think this over:
Nearly six thousand "forest lires occur
each year in this Dominion and, 1 am
reliably informed, nine-tenths of them
through human recklessness, such as
A  Problem  For Scientists
Would Life Return If Earth Was Completely Depopulated
Once in every million years the sun
meets another star at a distance equal
to the gap between the earth and the
sun.      When this happens  the orbit
of the  earth,  ordinarily a  circle,  becomes an ellipse.     The shape of this
ellipse might biing the earth 90 per]
cent, closer to the sun than it is now.
In that unhappy event all life on this
globe would meet the fate of a moth
(lilting close to a burning paint shop.
What would happen afterward, when-)
the earth had resumed its old  place
in the celestial merry-go-round? Would
life return to this little planet just as
life came to it aeons ago?     Would it
come in the same procession that the
biologists picture?    Would there bo
Neanderthal men,   Chaldeans,   disappearing     civilizations,     superstition,
slavery,     Caesars    and     Napoleons?
Would man's long struggle for existence and freedom aud happiness be repeated and rewarded in somewhat the 1
same way ?
Men haVq made guesses at this
riddle. " John Burroughs said that the
world would never aspire again. Perhaps he was right. When, if and as
the sun. prorogues the congress
of niundauo life, it may be forever.
The earth will roam on, a lifeless pellet of mud on a blind errand. There
will be no Aristo'tles or Kiplings, no
md T.abor (.'on- \ Pyramid builders or Kdisons, no Col-
unibuses, or Charley Uhaplins, no love,
no pumpkin pie.
Under   the   circumstances    it   behooves everybody to make   the   most
of tho next few trillion years
the New York Herald.
Nothing else known to
science performs the "same
marvellous healing and dispels disease from the tissues
as Zam-Buk does. This
pure herbal balm takes the
fire out of a wound or sore,
kills and repels germs
and grows fine new skin.
Zam-Buk is acknowledged
British Comapny Tests
Efficacy Of Wireless
Value   o'f
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Cars-of    Fish    Shipped
Lesser-6lave Lake
Fitly cars of ilsh wero shipped this
season from the waters of the Lesser
Slave Lake to various points in Canada and the U.S.A., ,the majority,
however, going to cities in the Ease-
cm American f.tates. These ship"
ruents wore practically all whiTeflsh.
the coarser varieties being disposed of
in the local markets.
The thihing closed on September
29th. and during the last week a considerable quantity of pickerel and pike
wciii taken, while the whitefish had
not af that  timc  come  up  into  the,,,. ���,        .   .     ,   ,������ ,.
, - ,, , . .      , ���       Vicious Show Animal, 189 Years Old,
shallow waters.      About scventy-Jlve      ,    _       .   ,  .        ��� , _.    ,.
* , ,     ,, i     Is Executed As a Safety Measure
men   wore   employed b.i  the various.
companies and the catch limit sec bv'    "C!uiHio'" tho ��vi��� "luphant of the
the fisheries department was reached,   ^irorsal studios at Los Angeles, ro-
  cently faced a ''firing squad" of one
Good-bye Asthma.     Persons suffeis��and l'11"1 wiUl!Us 1U*e t'01, Jl|q vicious
Unless you see the name/".Bayer" on
,. , .   ,        , , ,     "  package or on tablets you are'not get-
camp   urea,  lighted  matches and  To-  Ung tho ge]mlne.n.iyor product proved
baceo.     Kvery lire helps to postpone  safe   by   millions   and nrpsorihrwi inr
Man Hunt . Proves
Radio In Crime
A man hunt organized by 11 British
broadcasting company recently with
the object of testing lho efficacy of
wireless telephony, or radio, in the
capture of criminals of a "robbery"
and of the escape in three motor cars
of the "culprits," together with descriptions of the "criminals," their cars
and of the routes they were likely to
follow. 0
Lisleners-in were asked to take Up
iho chase and id send   in   details   of
identification.    Within six minutes ol
the start of the hunt, which was timed
for 7 p.m., two of the cars had been,
recognized, while the third was first
identified at 8.59 p.m.     No fewer than
fifty correct identifications were sent
in to the London broadcasting slation.
Three prizes, of  ��5 each wero offered for the best reports of identification.     The prizes were presented
to the winners by Lord Cainford.   The
prizewinners  were:   C.  Fleming Wii-
liams, who not only gave a detailed
description of one of the cars and/its
occupants,  but  supplied    a    colored
drawing of-the car;  Master A. Trill-
who    received    the    details    of    the
"crime"    at,    his    home   in    Croydon
through a crystel set constructed by
himself;    and    C.   Cutten, who, on a
bicycle, followed one   of   the   "crim
inals" so closely tliat ho was able to
md prescribcd'bv!sivo thc correcl colors of " IU��� whJclj
one   or   many   men. [ physicians over twmty-three years tor ; li�� observed the "criminal" v.-a* study-
employment   toi
Kvery burned area announces thatcno 1
industry will ^ttirt. tliere, no wages will j
be distributed There lor peihaps a century fo come.     Tha: is thc n-al meaning of foresf destruction."
Elephant  Pays  Penalty
Accept "Bayer
Pain, Pain
Tablets of Aspirin"
Filling Station For Pens
only.      Each  unbroken -package  con-, New     |nnovatjon     On     Campus     Of
tains ptoper directions.    Handy boxes!
of   twelve   tablets   cost   lew   cents.'
Druggists also sell bottles of _M and |
100.     Aspirin is tlie trade mark (reg-
hig from that extremely trying trouble
knerwn as asthma know what it is to
temper.     I [owns IS!) years old.
More Chun a month ago tho
lateral in Canada) of Ba>er Manufac
turo of Monoaeeticacidester of Ralicj
Chicago University
Chicago  University has ti   fountain'
pen filling station on its campus says
the   Scientific   American.     The   ma-
stumped    witli   their'  general
mark, the "Bajer Cross."
Paper From Western Straw
long with all their hearts for escape, 1):iC]iy(hn-m waa condemned to die after
as lrom ,1 tyrant.     Never   do    they.
know when an attack may come and jil    '11lbhc   curoer   in    Ul��   wakwood  Estimattfd   Thal   NeW   industry   wi
they know that to struggle unaided is  sv.-iiiiip^ ot India and the .circuses and fidf,   Mj||ioi1s   to   Revenue   of
rain.       With . Dr.    J.    D.    Kellogg's  movie* of the imw world that has been ' F, ,m
Asthma   Remedy  at   hand    however. | ,n.u.koil ,    a m,..m dlsposltion :ind the -     '"*"ners
they can say good-bye to their enemy p . I'atx r  manufactured   lrom   western
-.mi ..nrni- lite ���i.^-tio     Tr lminy -if nnm. i "nuiiied forms *ol vai iou.s trainers.       I ,, .,.        .   ,
and tnjoi 1110 afe.im.    u mips at once.. , .   . ,   straw is a possibility of thc,near lu-
  '    All    tour    legs    were  chained and! .,   ,       , ,   ���.      V    _
- . . . _ ,r        ,        , , ,   , , 1 turo if the plans    of   Sir-   Frederick
Eskimos Do Not Like Sweet Things IlUavy T-'��*��laIo. keeper pi ihe arsenal
  "1 :'-t t'VJ ^tucitorf. lired one shot trom a
Children  Have No Taste for Candy or' IwvorLul  elephant gun into  Charlie's
Ripe Fruit V body just  under  the  shoulder.      lie
i dropped  without- a- ^uund.  ��� -���   ~"
iiavc   re-{
lliifg    so J
World's Champion Juniper
Indian  lesfrves  of  th.e  throe  prairie!
pro"\iiieos   ar   1.500.00"   bushels...  He,
slates thai tiie Indians aie now enjoy- | j\Iost
ing tho most pro- perous tii.i"�� in iheir'
race that jBiack J'"Igua'- Can  Leap to Height of
Cigarette   Commended
scarries un excellent engraving ol
die new coat-of-arnis of the Dominion f lVadei"s 0,Ubldo "10 A-������� ��"-��'"o ma,
The color printing on front and back' "T k'""r thPm welL
islnnplwiblncshtidoololhPi'W'cn     ���    0np   CUrioUS   ,,lPt   is '!luL |,Js,lcl,n<i
The new l'rinco of Wales -issue will ! '"Alhh'm a�� not "liko   "wclts   in   uuy
| bo gradually pl.u-.ed in circulation  tuid ' L?���1, ""her ��� tofC����' or :ls iam- oc il��
' will in time supplant    the   old    Coa-   11IU" l,"u,r       |1t>1''1,0"" b��-rlo& urowin-
The    ea-,e    wiih    which coma unci!'''"' "l"!sL ��uitaWV; smoke w:is given re-   naught ��2 note wlticirint been in'c'r iiUl ai'0lU1'1 thnn nwy wiI! n��t *onch.
,vun�� can be rfifuornl by I folio way's   c,'"">' by br. Uoyal S. Copeland, form-   culation since 19 It " '   i     *Nn   K*M���*> mnrhcr. usually :(  ,,r-
SA.'.'fin.ta.siar���m-Xxir*,<j��"u��"s"'��i��'��*<���-,����� ��.x��::sz,���bnuuc���t0�������- .;~3 ,x,���, ������,,,,.
-^    -      '   '   l 'N ) ^ork ami now a (Jn] ted "Stares   I'linco for iiis acceptance   the fir,, i.v'    )      ^yono who oners her (.hildron'nuil world Ms undouhredi
Game Invented 3.000 Years Ago       , TT   ,        ��� 1>r-   c'0i>��l���i   i.s    8l -���������-   sue, number one  or the jmmv rote " " 1,UUk" ��C Ult' h'"*1 l>llltor��cofcli. and , Ja
The'  Chinese    g:v.ne.    .\!.d,    Jon- ' 'i".lZ '^ >A" tWR ^1'he riu*��stioii i         '      ' ''lu; children rurn a,ay n-ir,, f,,iul,i()n    ltl,
��l.icl,   has   laK-n    Vm.-i ica   bv  storiu!     Z ^M"-* ^iontifie st:uuUiolnt. j    / .    Asbestos Beds In Quebec ^.T"'  N ""��� 1'��""1  "! tl-,In,n��
1 ��iu.s and omer W(.rl,| cetures. to in- ��� ,J!K.Pl) ,  , lc ; ���lH'.tlu  ���X ot Quebec :lre the mo,, important in ' Kv,k-ini(1 chlk..s
Jishcrman  who ^vhiled aVll>   llM. Um,. ��� j^,.,.   ^^il^V^TV'^ ^' ut ^ h��J��l>ly. ������� tLln substance
dmiug .,��������,.  Hiding tli>gy���,, wlMi'u^,,.     ...,���   , ' c^n I,,       f^-1 f"l ThPi!C "Wil^s 'lt^ ��'ft����^ ^ ��>., east
"���^ -     wid. -.hJsmok" tTZb:;2 ?; ** -r;r; * ** ���^ -
~     "��� comriir,   ...   H���.   ������,      . ���lul,Megantu-and llichmoml.     The ash.-s-
rmier   the    dilemma   of-in Anu-ii-1 bacco." "i'"l��':i<"   mo   ol   to-;U,s   M,^:    (r0)rl    ,hi,f
can  OApeil. Cliina is building one of]     Dr. c
the world'. Jaisri'si   mim,-.  which-will
e.i es to    sparl
per  moth"!' will j-milo approval
,       .    ,      . .    ,        <lH! ''^iomuv-meiit made souu
lo foui tourfemi m.is ���i .^h.r^igo by ,ll0 y..,,,,,, ,
-,an  ni\f._,fj
~' their openilg some ,.;rn    u-
situ.-m.-nt  .onlirmed   hiis rwili/rd *lou.0'H'.O0u"   '
--.    since
!"���>    turn
I.II! do-'.-, wi-i-t n��ill��-d lor food jn
^('rnitinv in ihe iir-^t (pun. r ol IWA,
,ig;iin-i L'.l li m Ijej-.'
\S  the  i'i ��ult   of
mon i.ouducted l>y that
cnuneiii i_H.,iiV;li journtil. the Lancet
annouiio.a ,|lat [j!,, ,-i..tU.t.ft,. i.s rhe
piiie-d. toini in which tobiiem can be
the needs of th�� hour is :t
pocket airplane that vriil enable the
pedestrian to ih aeros, the street, -
r.Obton '1 ians<ript
Miles of Binder Twine
Ai-L��l'��':iillS:iLt'l\ ":'fl^.0l>0 lllllc<s ..I  bind
er luine. (ir Miliicieut to stivtch aioutul
he world i��.��ail\   10 time.- if it wa�� all
lied into one .string,
J^'eiy   da\    ioi
war sen ite m< da'
ui   ivitl>
Khirli.-li lirm of medal
I wo    vc.uv  -:���,-,.(mil
h;t' c bet n engrar-
ip   recipient's  n;iui>> ,hv   ,m
111 l:\ei-s
bind Alb.-rl
was  required  to
bumpt-r rroji.
iai'iners   used   thirtv-j-vc-   mil-
",J�� l-minils of binder rwjno fhi, vear '���
I��,,l,,   "Mm   tor  see,-;,] '       '
-ar.-   in   the
���^ "''oi-doi saiotv in v.iihvav liavil
'""- iu Civ.u  Hiil,,i��� ��-       '
'���lM   *��U-  v.hen  o
'Vl" ki,li!d in ticcidents out of
"'  1-'^.!7_......0 carried bv  the 1
five  pa5=<-ngir5 1
a total'
lilvvt-vu I
or n!it. j., iint.fifiii.iitin
irnent Relieves Colds
( For the Guidance of Youth
,     Thi< i,i   from a, P'rench manual   tor
' :lu   Miiiiatice ot~>otith, first published
in UK!, vviuch ran through .">ti editions
in tlie  eour.--' 01   the  Kighfi onrli  Ct'ii-
tui'.v,     ���T.ir the stl.'iif cleanline-!,s it
is   Weil   lo   nib'till-   lace   v-Vil'v    ninrul'ig
with a "��lijfi   fovt ' in oider to r-Tiove
Liic ilin.      It  i.- not advisably to w.isli
VViTil Willi 1. 'iH fhi- e.\p;>Sci- lhe life
fo the '-hills ot \\inter ,i;id the h* aiul .-itmuier." A. -imilai v.mk. mib
liA'j'd ill Ui-17. vv,un.- v biltlr'a flrit "nt
wa-li >he f'.ce in -vrtri i iinii"- ri.i
1 v e.-ightv In ing- n:i u,orii-M-li. - w .1
fnhl.- and i'ii.'' M1I1 r-- fullor."
London's Watei  Supply
Although it can g<H all fhe hipt<>r 1' j
'waut.s.   T_,ondon  cmisuim^   ^Sp.fi'jo.iHwi
sal km�� of water a daj,      A plant (>r|
4:1,fltin    horsi-pov. er    i<    lequin-d    to.
'pump   fhi--   dtiil.1   liii i"   through  ti.
mile* <>f pip<.=-.      The Thames "-applies t
l-l'i.ritui.'ioi'.g.iiloa.- a day ami I'm Uiv-
<t Kt'o anorht-r r.��.in.io.nu,i. !
Anotlu-r    iiiipopaut     s-oisk,-**    is    a j
gioup of ^ r-rv  <it ep well-.- in Kej_f. J
Filteen Feet
A man . un clear a height of just
over .-i.v teet, and a horse-nearly half
as much again, but a red deer has been
known to ck.ir a twelve-foot fence.
The (-iianii'K and I ht1 African springbok can cipittl 1 lie larti-r 1'voni, and
���-o  c.ftl a  k,int���!itoo
l!iu the champion jumpeY in the ani-
iho   black
uar nt South  Aim liea.      This ;mi-
1 h:\:- been ��'een hi leap iiom tfie
ground and :;aiu ti braneh 1iffe"U feci
<iv I'rli. id ���Tit -Kits
Th; Poor M.-.n\; Friend. -I'Ut up ill
siiitdl lniiih rl"n ,..���'! ci.-Jiy jiorlable
and oiit 101 .1 vii.v "mail i-uui. I>r.
TIioiiki l.i ii'i-iiii^oil po-.-c-'-e.s jiower
in citnceniiMti'il lorm Its ci.eiipne.s's
and 11" varud tt.--.-s to which it ran be
put iii.iUe ir tho poor manV_ friend. I
rock is complete without
r.eeker and his a&souiares prove to bo;
well loiindod. ' These gentlemen oper-|
ate a number of factories in Europe'
for-tlie production of pulp-from straw
and.   alter   exhaustive   enquiries,   are
planning to extend their operations to
this  country.      Sir Frederick Becker
and  Al. l->ello__s  have  arrived in  the
country raid are arranging for the construction of a mill in Manitoba'which
own dropper. The dropping of a coin
and the turning of the handle releases
the ink from the reservoir, and tbe
fluid Hows into the right-hand well,
whence it can be sucked np by the pen
itself or by the dropper. A. slot in
thc upper left-hand corner of thc outfit contains a wiper with which any
damage done by spilling or slopping
may be repaired 11 one drink turns
out not enough, a second penny will,
of course, turn ihe trick.
Building Hotel For Negroes
A "iour teen-story "hotel
for "Negroes
will be built this autumn at Atlantic
City. The building is to be owned,
operated and patronized exclusively
by Negroes. It-will be of steel and
reinforced  concrete  and  will require
an* estimated expenditure of ?750,000.
is to have an initial output of 50 tons I ~?���-���
of pulp-from  I.'u tons of stiaw daily. 1
You aro not
e x p e rlment-
l n g   who n,,
vou  use Dr.
L'hiise"' Ointment tor  Kpzpjiki ami   Shin   Irritations.   It relieves at once and gradually heals the t-Uii.    Stimplo box Dr.
Chase'* Oi.ttntiMit free If you mention this
paper and .ic.n1 __<_. stamp for postage.   COc. a
l.os; allUea-ei* or Cdmanson, Bares & Co.,
Limited, Toronto.
Xo ih
It is understood thar  the plans  of
rhe    company    couremplate Ihe erec-
> lion o<  pulp  mills in all the western
! provinces, "and    it    is  further understood tlit't hir-dncs-i men and other-, of,
Saskatchewan aie. endeavoring to es-1
, tablish (.oiuiuunii-n'init  with the nriii-'-���-���   ���    ��� ....  ��� ������-
V'ip-il.s of die" c.mipanv   to  have iho.m !, MONEY ORDERS
I visit Kegina and dU.'u-^ the nia.ror      I ~X^Xr.  _Oo.M_i.on   X)~Z~Ti'^X~G7aXX.
Til." (-(Ullpiiuy  llnw    llas,!^   plants   ill ' Fivt_doilars  fn-t! three ceii^i.
ep.'iat:K'i    m    I'.'urop".  tli" principals,
si.ite,   titid   iim.  inure  aii.'  nude'-  ron-
,si ruet U.n.        I'hr.v   r-tiiiiaie   that   suc-
c<sv.|��il niauiUacnit ing in the wr.sf on!
the !in<;. ihcy contemplate would add j
;t value ut *.i;o.fti'io,piiii In (he prnduc_tsj
of  the  arain  rrovveis  bv   the utiii/.a-
lion    of    a     mal''ii.(! which  mosfh   it
wasted now. <
i'he lirsi P.riti.sli =oeielv for lowering ih.- u'.t ef living tlu-.^tigh co-oper-
..rive  liu.�� jiig .md-     '��� llhig    ef    stupi,
111011111.(1';.^       V ,|s       HU'liii'i!       -t-\.._Hy
JIVl'    Vi.il        ,lgu   ll\     ;.     \, V,     \\()]lv, v<   ,,,���.
pliiw-d in     .Minm mill n, ,r i.....,|s
'Ivii e t, vv^'i-. ItmMMg :ii';i vr.cijmii
'! -"i.i ill. ;i v uiduvv.., Slii|il<;ily om-
nut    1   ' .   tie    .Mb. 1   ���n.i   ..,|i,|.  ��� Tho-e
Mask  of Napoleon  Found!
Wax   Mould   W-11   Made   Shortly  After i
Fmpct'Jr's Death
A   \v in   i.t'ist, ',11   .\,.pd|. un,  nnd,.  .j"
��� 1 tie   . mperiu'1 death bv ,
���n g- un mi  the 2<"i'h llogi-
i't X. h.i��  ,1...
Tie kfiuti' nnd Childres'* SenUttr
Pleasant Ui Ktv<>���ptcssant to
t.ikc.   Guaiantcccipurely veire-
t:i! '.a -md absolutely haimli'ss.
It qi.i.-Ll.- ovTivmss colic,
, aiiirnii'fn. llatulijncy
oth'-r lit^" disorder?. ^^^^
The < ii"n pubti.-ht.-d jnmyj
foiiiinia r.'.ipeirs oa
eveiy l,iLle,
!*   '  ���  Hi II ��� |.        "    .       1 In-    I llli'-g-
iii'ei "       'I unu. 01 the ;.i[i-
T.11 Hum 111:1 -t iu.v.- math-."
bri 11 lound
in   .1   Moall
Minard's kills the in-
ilammati'm.. disinfects
and relieves. /
-cm  in Knghtmi.
���\a_, purchased by a Uussian I
and   pr.\��outc-d   i,y   him   toi
' ti.Oil.-.ilii!    nieichain
.I.lp.'t51<-?r   djii;.
��� Alinard's Linimefit for Sprains
"���jii nt  nl   Ir <y.
-iiil��t-  )   :"... '
J'i'i lien in.- 'i
i5'-v   r.tt    \v
' death ma- ma
' whore It
! diplomat
,('zar Alexander !       Later it vnm tak-
* m to Holland and r>ui.iri.;. but tor Mip
1 i
'last 2-> vtars it lia��- been lost. 1
,     An   (; e  laoh-ean  =tili   !��������  s. .-n  at-j
[ titfhi'il to the mould. ���
.- ,        _. ^
I>i;i:iiniui~ su.iv bv bhu'n a= well :i* ,
vwiite. and t-omr are blue. red. yellow, preen, pinK and orange-, but
ibvie i.s no violet, diamond, ahhough.
in addition to anieUiy_?tp, there aie-
siipiinlres. rubies and carn��t> oi th.it!
color. .      ��
prepared unflver
thc most
careful conditions
to make it safe
and keej> its
Write ths: Borden Co. ���-���<J
s $2.00 a year strictly in advance, oi
$2.50 when not paid for three months 01
more have passed. To Great Britain and
the United States $2.50, always in advance.
Delinquent Co-Ownet�� Notices I25.00
Coal and Oil Notices      7.00
Kstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certlficaie of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one olaim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal 'advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
Transcient display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals I2^c. .a line each in-
the complete closing- of the
Fraser river to sockeye fishing
for a period of twenty or tweuty-
five years. The provincial department of fisheries has been
repeatedly placed on record as
favoring a conservation policy
with regard to this important
food industry, \but so far action
has not materialized. This has
been due largely to the lack of
co-operation on the part of the
United States authorities, but as
the result of the recent conference
between the two ministers it is
expected that a satisfactory settlement is not far distant.
Smilin' Through Coming to
War Memorial
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to'have more money.
He is idle that may be better
employed.     ..	
Only 22 days till the G.W,V.A.
Masquerade Dance.
A strike isn't really settled until the consumer's bills are paid.
It's a case of true religion if he
has a fat bank roll and yet  sings,
"I need the every hour.."
Race prejudice seems small and
wicked to those who live in a district inhabited by one race only.    :
If a girl jumped from a vehicle
in the old days it was because the
horse was wild���not because the
man was.
���J _____^������
Fuu coats will be worn longer
this year. Pants will''be worn
longer by, the husbands who bay
the coats..;    7W' '.  '.���.-.'"���;,.-"'.'
���' ;.The -girl.'.wh'o.V'is'.courted by a
- widower-has one'., advantage. ,Sbe
never'suspects- that he -.is-trifling
with her. affections.
7 A7woman wants to know how to
; control her "fifteen. year old son,
who wont, mind a- word^she says.
This.lady is .asking;for information
'iaboitt'fifteen years too-late. 7
-. .. TnERE.are two t.hings.necesgary
lor the enrichment of life, mentally j physically, socially and spirit;:
.uallyr '"'They are;-very: simple7and
are   knpwn; of  all   men; \ One is
: hard work and the other - is determination, to do the right.
" News- FiwJllie^Capitai
':���;'' Victoria-,..Qcti,,"M7.���Much ;haj-
- been-'said."'aud' written about the
"fr'eigh'Wrat'es 7:figh't"-=   waged'-bv
Premier'Oliver; and .the "govern:-
ment-7tor.;4he' past 7 two .'-years;
The recent ,.a.m]ouB.ceir_erit.;by ;thr
��� board'7of. rail way.'commissioner?
.tha't.a   further-' teii "per7 cent, re""
7duction  oh; grain   would become
.effective  immediately/..is  an'evi:
'dence.that'theTpght has.riot bees
for'   nothingv7   However,  ".the
Premier7expects .'that .'the- r'educ-.-
; tion - is   only - a',   forerunner   d.!
'others.."to"",be��� announced;- later.-;
Meanwhile," he shows'that'on tb<;
20,000,000 bushels of grain  shipped     west   to    Vancouver -fr^m
AugustV1922,   the-'reduced rales
have .resulted iu a saving, oi
. $1,020,000,- a. ��� very substantial
-sum.. ..The anticipation reduc
tions, when rates have beer
iequalizecW will mean milHons of
dollars to the. people of British
Columbia as well as to the farm
ers of the prairie provinces. The
government's expenditure in connection with the freight figh*
have been fully, justified, even it
no further gains are made,  ..
Ia order to save the,sockeye
salmon industry .in the ��� Fraser
River system,- Hon. "Vtfiliiain
���Sloan, minister of mines and
commissioner of .fi.shenes.fo;
British \ Columbia, has, urged
Hoc. Ernest Lapointe,. federal
minister of marine and fisheries;
to carry on negotiations with the
American government and the
���S;W of  Washington  looking to
Subscriptions arc coming iu for
the District Memorial, but the response has not been as great as expected. All who have not subscribed, but intend doing so, are
request to seud in same before the
20th iusfc., as there will be a meeting of subscribers at Midway at 2
p.m. on that day to maSe decisions
as to the form the memorial will
take and the place it will be
Lists can be seen at the Banks,
Post Office, Drug Store and Court
Let's keep the memory green of
those men, our fellow-citizens, who
gave their lives in the Great War.
We have our life and health, they
gave their all.-    Shall we  forget il?
'���Smilin' Through," Norma Tal-
madge's screen version of Allen
Langdon Martin's famous stage
play, will be the piece-de-resistance
at the Greenwood Theatre on Saturday night, Oct. 20tb.
According to all advance reports,
this ia the biggest screen achievement of Miss Talmadge. The production has been filmed ou a lavish
scale, under the directiou of Sidney
Miss Talmadge plays a du.il role
in a dramatic story of great heart
interest. She is seen in the beautiful Monyeen, who is killed by a rejected suitor ou her wedding day
and as Kathleau, niecaof ilinyeftu
who falls in love with the son of
the mau who caused the death of
her aunt.
The role, it is said, gives Nornvv
a great opportunity to exercino her
extraordinary taleuta as a wouder-
ful emotional and dramatic actress.
The production is a First NTiliou-
al attraction.
Piano, Organ aud Safe.    Apply to
P. IT. McCurrach,
mmbBWiiW^ ��n
Onions y/z cents per pound; cabbage
4 cents per pound.
R. Forshaw,
12-tf 7L,  Greenwood
Light   Six   McLaughlin   Special,  5
passenger, first class condition.   $Soo.oo.
13. Bailey,
12-4 Graud Forks
Oue red 3 year old heifer estrayed to
Geo. Watson's and Wm. Riley's ranch
about a year ago. Brand can not be made
out. Owner can have same by paying for
advertisement and for feed during winter
If owner does not claim anitual it will
be pul up for auction sale at Wm. Riley's
ranch, ou Saturday, Oct. 27th at 10 a. 111
George Watson,
10-4 William Riley.
Dr. O. M. Graves, Dentist, will
be in Ferry, Wash., the fust 8
days of every month: ,,
For U.S. President?
The new Continental remedy called
is a simple harmless home-treatment
which absolutely cures deafness,
noises in the head, etc- NO EXPENSIVE APPLIANCES NEEDED for this
new .Ointment, instantly operates
upon the affected parts with complete
and permanent success- SCORES OF
Mrs. K. Wilkinson, of Slad Road, Stroud,
wrttes:-T-"Please could 1 trouble you to send mc
anot-Uer box of the Ointment. It is not for myself, but for a friend of mine who isai bad as I
was, and.cannot yet any res>t for tin* noibes in
the bead, t feel a new v.om.ui, and can jro to
bed noiv and ;fe. a g-ood niylilN rest, which I
.have 7 not-.--beeu able to do foi many
month's. -It is a wonderful lcmedy and am
most delighted to recommend it."
Mrs. E.'Crovvu, of Whiu-hoise Rcmd, Cioy-
don writes:���"I am pleased to tell you that the
small.tiri of-ointmeHiyouseiit tomcat Veutiioi,
has proved a complete success, my hearing- is
how([iiiie normal, and the homble head noises
have ceased. -The action of this new remedy
must be/very rem.irk.ible, for f have been
troublei! with these complaints for nearly ten
years, and have had borae of the very best medical ad vice" together with other ccueusive ear
instruments all to no purpose, t need hardly say
how.vcry grateful I am, for my life has un ler-
ffoue au.eiitire.chauge.
. Trj one box today, which can be lorvvarded
loans'.address on loceipt of money order for
��� Address orders to;-���
16, South View, Watling St., Dartford, Kent,
Eneland. *
,tkihen HiMiiy Foul was, asked \)j Montreal reporters if he would run for
f V President ol tne United States,, he said, "I am not running for or
gainst anything", but when asked if he would accept nomination if proved, the motor car king repliod:
"No one knows what they will do from one day to another."
Mr. Ford is here seen in conversation with Mr. Grant Hall, vice-president
_. ihe Canadian Pacific Railway, at Windsor Station, Montreal.
Just a Comparison.
The First Locomotive in America and the Latest.
THIS picture might almost be entitled "Ancient and
Modern."     It shows the "Sampson," first locomotive in America which was first used at Albion mines
in. 1839, and one of the new Pacific type locomotives
which hare been placed in commission hy the Canadian
Pacific Railway on all main lines, and which are chiefly
responsible for this  company*.?, "on time". feature of
service.     The   Canadian   Pacific' Railway  have now
definitely adopted this design for their heavy main line
service,-as representing the-most desirable and effi-
..cieht locomotive for economy and reliability of service,
.'as7this particular design reduceH to a minimum, consistent, with   capacity,  the  number   of moving  parts
���which, is 'essential for reliability of service under the
7'most exacting and severe conditions.
, ���;.. The capacity and weight of these locomotives rank
7. them among the biggest of their type In the world, and
7 the largest of this design in operation ia Canada.   The
haulage capacity of the 2300 series is 42,500 I6s^ w&lch
is obtained with 200 pounds boiler pressure, cylinders
25 inches In diameter, 30 inch stroke and with driving
wheels 75 inches in diameter. The weight on the three
pairs of drivers of engine is 180,000 .pounds aiid the
total weight of the engine and tender in working condition is 495,000 pounds, the tender having a capacity of
8,000 gallons of water and 14��ton8 of coal.
The design of these locomotives waa givea very
careful study, a trial order of engines constructed in-
1519 having been made, with tests under all Canadian
conditions, which fully justified all expectations for
reliability and economy of operation. The boiler has
been cafefully proportioned and ths inter-relation of
grate area, fire box volume, heat absorption capacity
of different lengths of tube aad gas areas more carefully thought out than is usual in most designs, which,
cocpled' together with an extremely accurate distribution of steam by an. improved type of Wilschatort T*iT*>
gear, h&s given exceptional ecoaOHiy fer a loccmeiire
of this else. C
Victory Bond Interest
When your interest coupons become due,
or when you receive cheques for interest
on registered bonds, deposit them in a Sayings Account ih the Bank of Montreal.
The money you receive on your investment
"in bonds will then earn interest for you.
'    Gi-aenwood Branch: J. McD. REID, Manager.
Established over IOO years
Tailored Clothes
Men's Suits and Overcoats
For Fall and Winter
Splendid Assortment of New
WSamples Just Arriyed
-Call arid see them
'..������ ���' -r���at������-[
Tailor and Cleaner
Of a new suit for the Fall try one
made by a Tailor this time not a
factory one. A good range of English
cloths. I know where to get them. v
Any price from $ 3 % up. England's
best blue serge $42 up. A good fit
aud style given.
"The-Tailor Makes Tbe Man"
Call and see me or drop a Post Card
for Samples and Prices.
Ladies aud Gents own cloth made up
smart and quick
-    Suits cleaned pressed repaired
The Practical Tailor.    Midway. B.C.
Has opened an office above Chat.
King's office-
Open 9.30 a.m. to 5_p.m.
Shoemaker ^
I intend closing my shop for a time
about  the   middle of  November,
bring your shoes to be repaired be-
. fore that time so as !to have them"
ready for winter.   Expect   to be.
away a month.
First  class  work  done.     No,   1
English'Cak used in repairing
Second Rand Shoes For Sale"
Agent for Dodge, Chevrolet, Studebaker
and Overland cars. Garage in connection.
D. McPHERSON .Proprietor
The Ledge can supply your
every need in *fae printing line
and at "prices consistent with
first-class work. ' -
I'lie Consolidated Mining k Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining Department -
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
- Producers "oi   Gold, -Silver,   Copper,    Pig   Lead   and Zinc
Synopsis of      ���
Land Act Amendments
Minimum_price   of first-class   land  r
reduced to $5 an acre;  second-cl��.ss' to
$2.50 an acre. ~
Pre-emption now   colafined    to surveyed lands only.    '"���'... 7
Records   will  be   granted   covering
only land suitable   for    agricultural
purposes   and    which   is   non-timber
���land. ,-������ '-.--
-Partnership pre-emptions abolished
but parties of.not"more than four may
arrange    for    adjacent- pre-.einptions   ���
with joint residences, but each making
necessary improvements onlrespective
claims.. .    ...-���--, 7-7."
Pre-emptors must' occupy claims
for five years and must make improvements to value of'SlO 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 improvement""to extent of ��300
per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
less than S years, and improvements of
$10.00 per acre, including S acres cleai-
ed and cultivated, and residence of at
least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptors holding Crown Grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land.
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20
acres, maybe 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 laud not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be "purchased
condit ional upon construction of a road
to them. -Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of-purchas
price, is made.
The scope of this" Act is enlarged to-
include all persons joining and serving
with His Majesty's Forces. The time
in which the heirs or devisees of a deceased pre-emptor may apply for title
under this act i.s extended from" one
year from the death of such jserson, as
formerly, until one year after the conclusion of the present war. This privilege is made retroactive.
No fees relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on pre-emptions recorded after June 26, 1918,
Taxes are-remitted for five years.
Provisions for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August
4,1914, on account of payments, fees 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 March 31st, 1920.
^ Provision- made for insurance 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 proportionately over whole
area. Applications must be made by
May 1, 1920.
Graziug Act,. 1919, for systematic development of livestock industry provides for grazing districts and range
administration under - Commissioner,
Annual grazing' permits issued based
on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock owners may form
Associa'tions'for range management.
Free, or partially free, Tpermits for
settlers, campers or travellers up to ten
head. ~~-*
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued aa follows:   Placer^Gold, ��76,542.203; Lode
Gold, S109,647,661j Silver, $59,8H,266; Lead $51,810,891; Copper, $170,723,242;
-   Zinc,  124,625,853; Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,358,839; Coal and Coke, $233,-
289,565; Building Stone, Brick, Cement, etc., $36,605,942, making its Mineral
Production to the end of 1922 show
An Aggregate Value of $769,418,462
reduction for tk Year Ending December, 1922, $35,158.
The Mining Laws ol this Province are more liberal, and the fees lower,
than those of an; ether Province in the Dominion, or any Colony in the British
Mineral locations &ra gr&ntad to discoverers for nominal fees,
A.hsoia��e Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security
of which is gnaraatsed hy Crown Grants.
Fall inforna&tioa, together with Mining Reports and Map^, may be obtained
gratia by addressing���
VietOeiA, British COIamfeia


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