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Vol.   XXVII.
No. 29
House Furnishings,  Hardware,
Kitchen Utensils, Etc.
Purity or ���
Five Roses Flour
98 lbs for - $6.70
i    49   "     "   - $3.40
24   "     "   - $1.75
Alfalfa, Timothy, Bran, Shorts, and other Feeds
at lowest prices
LEE & BRYAN'S     Phone 46
o Winter is not a convenient nor comfortable time in which to
travel. But there is little need to travel, when you have the long
diatance telephone. You talk direct to your party, knowing that
he gets your message.   What is better?
Every telephone is a long distance  telephone.   Special rates
between 7 p.m. and 8 am.
W. Elson 0 Co
Greenwood, B. C.
A Complete Assortment
Wagstaff's~Jams and
Try Our
Pride of Canada, Pure
Maple Syrup
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
ft- -
Try Our Coffee
Nabob, Braids Best, Seal, Wedding Breakfast
-and Reindeer, from 70c - 75c
Bulk Coffee from 60c - 75c
The WINDSOR HOTEL is heated with steam
and electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home for tourists aad travellers. Touch the
wire if you wans rooms reserved. - The buffet is
replete _with cigars, cigarettes, cooling .beverages,
buttermilk and ice-cream.
Shamrock Brands
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
P, Burns & Co,   Ltd,   Nelson, B, C {
Just Received Some Handsome
"The World's Best Watches"
Full Line  Of
Shell Framed Spectacles
Guaranteed To Fit You
D.   R.  McELMON
Watchmaker & Jeweler
Greenwood, B.C.
Presbyterian Church
S. S. 10 a.m. Service 11 a.m.
S. S. 2.30. Service 7.30 p.m-
Subject For Jan. 30t1i:
'That Which is  Good
For Man."
Rev.  W.  H.  REDMAN, Pastor
���  Greenwood
I Around Home'
Jack Morrison is on a business
trip to Nelson.   .
H, R. Plomtner, of Allenby,
was iu town this week.
Murdock McLeod, of Bonuing-
ton, is on a visit  to Greenwood,
Mr. McKinnon, of Cascade,
called on T. A. Garland last
Mrs. W. Spooner, of Trail, is
on a visit to her old home in
Just received a fine line of
childrens and ladies rings at
Other towns are apparently
following Greenwood's lead by
holding old time dances.
Mrs. C. G. Russell aud daughter, Patricia, of Calgary, arc the
guests of Mrs. Frank Buckless.
Allan Eustis has received a
position in the -local branch ol
the Canadian Bauk of Commerce,
Anton and John Portmaun, of
Nicholson creek, were in town
for a few days this week visitiug
Mr. and Mrs. L,-Porttnanu.
Alex Berry, of Copper Mountain, who had been spending a
few days in town, left for Nelson
on Monday tQ visit his parents.
The new school at Norwegian
Creek, near Boundary Falls is
expected to open ou Monday.
Miss Kania is thcschool teacher.
The third schedule game in
the Boundary Hockey League
between Grand Forks and Greenwood will be played at the local
rink on Friday, Jan. 28, at 8.30
p. tn.
By the court of appeal decision
in the Grand Forks election
appeal, handed down last Wednesday, E. C. Henniger, Liberal
candidate, stands elected by a
majority of six votes,~
Change in Train Schedule
On account of a snow blockade
in Coquihalla Pass, the preBent
regular passenger service between
Vancouver and Nelson iB being
suspended, and until further notice
the following schedule will be in
effect, - commencing Westbound,
Wednesday, Jan. 26th, and East-
bound (today) Jan. 27th:
Eastbound: Leave Vancouver
on Train No. 4 at 8 30 a.m. daily,
connecting at Spencea Bridge with
K.V. train, due Greenwood 9.35
a.m. and arriving Nelson 4,35 p m.
Westbound: Leave Nelson 3.50
p. m. daily, due Greenwood 10.45
p.m , connecting at Spences Bridge
with train No. 3 and arriving Vancouver 11.30 p.m.
A through sleeping car will be
handled each way.
George Swanson Dead
Profound sympathy ^is felt for
.Mr. and Mrs. Steve Swanson, for
maDy years residents in this town,
on the dtath of their son, George,
at St Luke'8 hospital, Spokane. He
was attending High School4in Spokane until he became ill several
weeks ago, death occurring - on
Monday, Jan 17th. He is survived
by five brothers, three sisters and
his pareats.
Rendell Creek Named After
Local Man
For Sale,
3 cows. One will freshen very
soon. All are government tested
and splendid milkers.- Can be
seen anv time.
It is always well to Tiave a Savings
Account upon which interest is regularly
paid and from which you are free to draw
at any time should you have a good opportunity .to huy stock pr feed, A Savings
Account is Ready Money. 7aA   ,
PAID-UP CAPITAL   . *   .  '-       #5,000.000
���    RESERVE FUND -        -. -  .$15,000,000
GREENWOOD BRANCH, li'-E. Brawders, Manager/
We carry the largest and most
complete stock in B.C.   Cash
discounts' onfall   Incubators.'
Write for Catalogue.'
844 Cambie St.       Vancouver, B.C.
For Quick Sale
Ore Bins at Boundary Falls
Three miles from Greenwood &
situated alongside CP.R. tracks
Lumber merchants & cordwood
dealers should get interested
Snap For Cash
- . For particulars apply
- G. S. Walters, Agent
Canada Copper Corporation Limited
.Greenwood, B.C. _  ,
For Sale
1   set stock, scales "and  1. set
light  Bob   sleighs.     Will - sell
cheapi.    Apply
:   '    ; :i " EIX MADGE.
'V       Rock Creek, B.C.
A firm from Nepawa, Out.-; is
enquiring into the feasibility of
starting a match factory in
Greenwood. The matter will be
brought up at the Council meeting on Monday night.
An elementary lecture on
chemical geology as applied to
mining aud prsopecting will be
giyen by P. B. Freelaad, resident engineer- district "No. 4, in
the -Greenwood -Court-House,
Wednesday, Feb, 2nd, at 8 p.m.
Admission free.   ,
A. C. Mesker,' of Midway, left
on Thursday last on a visit to the
scenes of his childhood. He will
spend some time in San'Diego
and then visit the oil fields of
Arizona. He is combining pleasure with business and expects to
return about March 1st.
Mrs. Beattie returned from
Merritt on Friday last, accompanied by her daughter Miss
Ethel. Miss Beattie who has
not been well for the past month
or so, has been ordered by her
physician to take a complete rest
for-a time. Her many-friends
here wishjier a very speedy recovery.
��� A quiet wedding took, place in
Trail on Saturday morning, Jan.
22nd, when G. W. A. Smith,, of
Greenwood, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Smith, of Grand
Forks, B. C, was united in holy
matrimony, to Miss E. M.
Vladoyano, only daughter of
Mrs. Jack Holmes, of Trail, B.C.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. A. M. O'Donnell.       1
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Graser, Kerr creek, was the
scene of much merriment on Saturday night when a large number of their friends gathered.
Sam Bombini discoursed beauti-.
ful dance music on the accordion
and so enioyable was the evening that it was early morning
before the large crowd of merry
makers reluctantly left for home."
The Ledge has .-ilways  room
for one more ad.
Rendell Creek flowing parallel to
the Kettle Biver on the east and
tributary to it below Damfino
creek, Osoyoos and Similkameen
districts, B.C. has been named by
the Dept, of Mines after G. A.
Rendell in recognition of his mining
activities in that district.
How To Tell a Turkey's Age
''Casey," said Pat, "how do yez
tell th' ago of a tu-urkey?_"
"Oi can always tell by the
teeth," said Casey.
"By the teeth!" exclaimed Pat.
"But a tu-urkey ha; no teeth."
"No, admitted Casey, "but Ol
The annual meeting of St.
Columba Presbyterian church
was held in- the church on Wednesday evening 19th of January.
There was a good attendance.
After Divine Service by Rev.
W. H. Redman, James Kerr was
called to the chair. Satisfactory
reports were presented from the
various branches of church work.
The meeting was most enthusiastic throughout and the work
of the year now started is being
eagerly looked forward to. ��� A
strong effort-will be made1 toward
keeping a regular pastor here.
The usual offices were fitted and
alter the benediction had been
pronounced bv Mr, Redman, the
ladies served refreshments in
their usual efficient manner.
Vjolity and good humor predominated from start to finish at
a very pleasant surprise party
given to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S.
Walters, at their residence bn
Saturday night, by several of
'their Greenwood friends. . -The
bunch met at 8 o'clock and proceeded to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Walters well laden with
many contributions to the festivity. The enforced but agreeable host being absent phones
and scouts were kept busy until
he was captured and taken home
to the scene of merriment.
Music, singing and dancing were
the order of the evening. There
were also- some amusing competitions, and fun and- mirth
waxed strong until a late hour
when the party" broke up by
singing ''they are" jolly- good
fellows" and""Anld Lang Syne."
'" Send a Float to your,friends at
once. 'Xou can "get"-them at
Tbe Ledge office,     ;       --'.-.
Brilliant and at times sensational
hockey was dished up to the local
fanB 'last Friday nighfe when the
first game in the Boundary league
was played and Grand Forks went
down to defeat by aecoreof 3 to 1.
For an opening game ifc was hard
fought and well played, although
some of the. players showed lack of
training, The game was nip and
tuck from the start to the final.
Only for aboufe 5 minutes in fche
second period did the game seem to
lag. The first period ended wifeh
Greenwood one goal to their credit,
Geo. Clerf the right wing star
scored after pretfey pieces of work.
In fche second period both teams
seemed to show signs of fatigue and
long, distance shooting was indulged
in and Taylor who played a fine
defence all the way through scored
from a long distance shot. Shortly
after Grand Forks scored their one
and only tally in some pretty team
play. Right here we must give
the visiting team credit for playing
good and clean,|they played hard all
fche way and deserved their well
earned goal. If this brand of hockey is kept up during the Beason
we shall have no fault to find. During this period Hallett met with a
slight accident and E. Morrison
relieved. This young player promises to be one of ".Greenwood's
best in a very short time. End of
second period Greenwood 2; Grand
Forks 1.
The third period was the besfc of
all and there were visions of overtime in ther minds'of many of the
fans for the visitors were trying
hard to even^the score. A terrific
pace was kept up by both teams
nntil a few minutes to the end
when Wood Becured the rubber and
went through the whole bunch and
scored the third goal for the_hame
team. Greenwood had the edge of
play in the first and third periods.
It is hard to say who played the
best game for Greenwood. All
played hard. Murray on left wing
is a wonder, his shots are true and
wicked. He was ^opposed to the
visitors swiftest man but Bob was
there all the time. Greenwood's
wings cannofc be improved. Hallett
at centre and McDonald rover,
were good and their back checking
saved many a situation, but their
passing was poor. With a little
more team work and feeding the
wings their playing will be unexcelled. Only praise can be given
Taylor and Wood as backs. They
are a veritable stonewall-and Johny
on the spot all the time, while
Blundell in goal is a marvel. He
is a goal keeper cf great renown
and stopped many a wicked one.
Al. Morrison referreed the game
and his work met witlffche'approv-
al of fans and players alike. Judging from the enthusiasm shown by
the supporters Boundary hockey
is in for a bumper season.
The officials were: Timekeepers,
G: McMynn, J. D. Morrison; Umpires, G. Boug, and E. McMynn.
Western Float
Fernie has seven lufeeher shops.
Ifc will cost aboufe SI,700,000 to
take the next census in Canada.
Rt. Hon. A. L. Sifton, secretary
of state for Canada died in Ottawa
last week.
On Jan. 31st and Feb. 1st, a
Good Roads convention will be
held in Penticton.
Sunday skating will not be
allowed on the open air rink tho
council is operating afe  Cranbrook.
Cranbrook polico court had a
turnover of almost .$1000 a month
last year, the fines for 1920 came
to $10,702.
John F. Kerr an old-timer of
Cranbrook died laBfc week. He
lacked only only two months of
being 90 years of age.
Recently a ladie's curling club
was organized in Fernie. Its
members should be expert sweepers
before fche season is over. ���
Kenneth Nicholson, aged 72,
Klondyke pioneer and chief engineer on numerous vessels of the
north Pacific, died recently in
Two "hundred ,and forty cases
were "tried in the police court in
Fernie during the period May 1st
to December 31sfc. A total of
87,600 was collected in fines.
���On January 23, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Meighen, the parents of
Hon. Arthur Meighen, - Primo
Minister of Canada, celebrated
their golden wedding in Ottawa.
Fernie cifeizens in some numbers
are'indignant over the'ruling of
the trustees that graduates of Fer-
_nie schools whope parents reside in.,
that town musfc nofe be employed
as teacherB in Fernie schools.
J. H.. McVety, secretary-treasurer of the Vancouver Trades and
Labor council, and a prominent'
figure in labor circles for a number
of years, has been appointed Provincial inspector of Labor agencies.
Abraham Kifefcle, 114 years old,
believed to be one of the oldest
men in the United States, died afe
his home in Detroit a few days
ago. Kittle was the oldest Free
Mason in fche world, having been
made a Master Mason in ��� New
York Sfcate "in. 1827. He waB an
inveterate smoker up feo the age of
Mining News
Coal shipments are being resumed by fche Princeton Coal &
Land company, Princeton, whose
tipple was destroyed by fire early
in December.   .
Judge.of Play, E. Fielding.
The line u
p:��� ,
Grand Forks
Wood    . ,
E. Afctwood
C. Afctwood
Clerf (capfc)
R. wing
1L. wiDg
Grand Forks spares, Brown and
Greenwood spares, E. Morrison,
A. Morrison.
The second Boundary League
game was played in Grand Farks
on Monday and resulted in a win
for Grand Forks by a score of 3-2.
The game was even faster than
that of the first. Afe the end of the
firefc period the score was 1-0 in
favor .of "Greenwood, bufe Grand
Forks had the edge of play. The
other two periods were easily
Greenwood's. The Greenwood
players are loud in their praise for
the cordial treatment they received
from the Grand Forks players and
The Dolly Varden mine and
railway afe Alice Arm have been
closed down. The low price of
silver and the high wage scale are
quoted as fehe chief reasons for the
temporary cessation of work.
"Daniel W, Henley, who had
practiced law here for the past
fehirty-one years, died on January
16 iafe the age of G9 years. He
was.one of the original incorporators of the Le Roi Mining Co.,
and held 21,000 shares at fehe time
the Rossland mine was sold to the
late Whitfcaker Wright, through
Ex-Governor Charles Mackintosh,
fcwenfey-two years ago. For some
time he had been Jiving upon- his
ranch near' Cheney," but attended
his local law offices daily. He is
survived by .a widow."���Spokane
Mining Truth.
Trail Ore Receipts
' Receipts afe the Trail smelter for
the second week of January werft
6S90 tons of ore, bringing the
total for the fortnight to 13,148
tons. The shipments are vs follows:
Horn Silver, Similkameen
Millie Mack, Rurfcon
North Star, Kimberley
Paradise, Lake Windermere
Velvet, Velvet
Company Mines
6651 THE    LEDGE/    GREENWOOD,    B.    0,
��� BY ���
Printed    by    Sprclal    Arrange
ments   with   Thos,   Allen.
Toronto, Ont,
Had  his  back  towards   me,
know them tweed clothes    an
wide hat anywheres.
"I was so tarnation mad that I scared old Moll and Bess inter a canter,
an'  we  went  fer about    three    mile
hell-bent-fer-election.      We dished a
wheel cuttin' round a curve, an' I had
ter get out so's to fix it.     An', Dor- j
kin, so help mc Moses, if standin' on 1
i  hill,  in  a  bare  spot on  lhe upper i
trail, wasn't that same Timberley 1"     I
He paused to gaze anxiously up
into Dorkin's face. "Now, then," he'
cried, "am I crazy er not? If I'm
not, how do you 'count fer him beiri'
in two different spots at the same
time?" i
-b,ut tilat University Lectures
On Conservation
Town    Planning,    Housing,    Water
Powers, Hydro-Electric and  Allied Problems to be Dealt
The Commission of Conservation
has arranged with Canadian universities for courses of lectures during: the j tion is practically incurable
current session by its expert advisers
on town planning and housing, and on
water powers and hydro-electric and
allied    problems.      Those    on    town
Dorkin  cast a  quick glance at his j planning and housing will be deliver-
old friend.      His eyes did look a little wild, he thought. . .
"Simply an  hallucination,  Top," he' adviser, Mr, 1 nomas Adams, and will
comforted.     "Lots    of   people   have   include lectures  at  McGill,  Toronto,
Thinks U.S.
Will Join League
N. W.. Rowell Believes Better Judgment of American People Will
That the United States will eventually join   the other nations in  somc
But Catarrh can be Telieyed, except1.""��� of League of Nations, in order
Lead to Consumption
Unless a complete reiicf is effected
the inflammation passes rapidly to
the throat bronchial tubes, and then
to thc lungs.
You can't make new lungs any
more than-you can. make new fin-j
gers or a ncw nose���hence consump-f
in its final and always fatal stage.
Guaranteed to Relieve
The purest balsams and the greatest antiseptics are sent to every spot
where     catarrhal     trouble     exists���
She was silent- ��>- ��������"���'   '<" <i���L<                                I cd chicily hy the Commission's expert
"Toll   nie,   Willow;  why have, you
avoided me fo.   so many days? Why
havc you not  been near to boss me them.       Undoubtedly,    you've -been   Manitoba,   'Saskatchewan,     Alberta,: germs are killed, fouf secretions  are
and  play  for  mc on  your violin,  as worrying too much about him, so youi Brilish  Columbia,  Dalhousie,  Acadia   deS,tr0^'   naturc   is   given a chance
you nsed to?" must  quit  it.      He has a  most  dis-        .    n    .    . 4      TT .        , .       ���   _,      and relief comes quickly.
'   "I    have    been near you, Dorkin,"' agreeable  way of making one knowjf"'1    F^dcnctou Universities.      The j     Colds   and   throat    troubles   can't
shc answered, '"only���you didn't know ' he's about, but he is simply riding for. lectures on water powers and hydro-   last    if    the    pure healing
it.  .      Every    day    as.    you    trekked
through  tlie forest of the lower Preserve,  I've  been   close  to  you���Vou
Se.:,"   she   broke   off  wearily,  "you're   hard   that   hc  winced
such a���you're so foo'.ish, Dorkin, you   else?" he .questioned.
Just leave Timberley to mc, j electric   and   allied   problems will bej Catarrhozone   is   breathed
He slapped the settler's shoulder so
a fall
vapor_ of
i given  by  the Commission's engineer,
Now   what'Mr' Artl,llr v- White,  who i.s rccog-
I nizod as one of the. highest authorities
won't carry a rifle.      I    was    scared
some of them might get you. So I've.
trail d along." I
He sighed, and, with an effort, let
his arms fall to his side;-.. A whip-
poor-will from the leafy copse, close
at hand, sent its musical call out on
the night. Far off, another fluted
call answered it. It was the world
old note of tlio solitude, tiie cal! of
mate to mate.
"Willow, the Wisp," he said hoarse-! ",)
)y, and held out his arms.
But shc was gone, speeding like a
beam of starlight across the glade, to
the cabin beneath the trailing honeysuckles.
Dorkin was up at daybreak, but not
>cfore Mrs. LaPecr,    w*ho    had    his
Washburn leaned against a tree and i on Canada's fuel problem and on the
drew forth his corn-cob \> p<\ Hc lit; development of the water powers of
it deliberately, his seamed face grave,
his blue eyes  troubled.
"Tliat kelle gal, Dorkin," he said
sober'.y, "Miss Marsh, 1 jiu-an���she's
actin' queer. She's lost hcr appetite
an 'the roses in her cheeks are fadin*.
Lord Harry, think of a person losin'
their appetite up here! And often
hcr eyes are red like she'd been cry-
What the deuce is the matter,
d' yc s'posc?"
Dorkin's face grew grave. He believed he knew what was the matter
but hc did nol attempt to enlighten
Fa Washburn.
"An' then there's her uncle," continued   the  settler.
_ - "He's    got    to
breakfast "ready "for him on his"rcluru lct\n'. ciVce.r- ^oa , 0ftcn w'len cvcr,v-
from his morning plunge in the lake.. bo,d>'s w bed, an supposed ter be
There was work to be done, fences to   asleep- l hcar him shppin   outside in
the St. Lawrence, Niagara and other
great rivers of Canada.
The most cxUnsive series of lown
planning and housing lectures will bc
delivered at McGill during the second
term, between January and April. Lectures will also bc given on housing
under the Department of Social Service, at McGill and-Toronto. This is
a forward step in university teaching,
and is in accordance with the fixed
policy of the Commission of Conservation to utilize the services of its
expert staff in the most effective
manner.      During    the    past    eleven
and coughing cease at once, because
irritation is removed.
Usc Catarrhozone to prevent���use
it to relieve your winter ills���it's
pleasant, safe and guaranteed m
cvery case.
Two months' treatment, large size,
guaranteed to. relieve, price $1; small
size,    50c;    sample
mend down in the lawer portion of
the Preserve, and he. had asked Pete
to remain close to tlic inner enclosure
in order to keep an eye on the animals  there.
Ae he rose from the breakfast table,
he. said to his housekeeper, "Please
tell Willow that I am taking my rifle,
Mrs. LaPecr, and that I would like to
separate thc cock birds-from the hens, have walkin' nightmare. Now! by
���ti old partridge broods. They're thunder!" he ended dolefully, "is it
getting big enough lo fight, and any wonder that I am a leetle teched
strong enough to injure each other."   in the head?"
The woman smiled, showing two "Miss Marsh is likely worried about
rows of perfect teeth. "Dat will bc her uncle's health, and this affects
job to suit Willow, fer sure," she said,   her spirits," said Dorkin;    "and    the
years,   thev   have   been   investigating
ter the woods.     Almos' every night [ Canada's   'natural    resources.      The
this    happens.     Im   a light sleeper,1,. ... . ...
���an' I hear him, Once I was gettin' Commission is now in a position to
up ter follcr him, thinkin' he was I make recommendations of the highest
maybe one of them sleep-walkers an'lvalue respecting the problems asso-
likely to walk off the shore inter the j ciat(.cl with thcir cflic;ent development
lake an   get drowned,   but.   Ma   she        , ,     .      . , ,  .
heercd me an' madc mc get back inter ; a,ul t0 furnish accurate data respect-
bed ag'in.     I had ter fib till I sweat,; >"g  their character and  extent,
in order to satisfy her that I didn't!
Prices For Clover Seed
Great Reduction ns Compared With
Last Year's Price.
Farmers generally will be glad to
! learn that there is a great reduction
in thc price of clover seeds this year
as compared with last year's prices.
There should be a 50 per cent, decrease and perhaps more. This will
mean much for thc country as clovers
have not been used so freely since the
prices shot up so high. With substantial reductions in prices clovers
will be more generally used which
means building up our 6oiis.      Many
"Shc lak dat kind of work, her."
Dorkin picked up his hat and open
cd   thc   rifle-case  in   the   wall.      He
frowned, as he lifted down a beautiful   inind  to  sleep.      You  mustn't  let
little repeating rill;, and absently fill-' bother you, Pop," he admonished.
uncle is the victim of an acute nervous disorder, and goes out this way
because he is unable to compose his
cd its magazine with cartridges. On
principle, he hated rifles, because'thcy
were destroying agents, and life to
him was something which should be
protected and not taken lightly.
But Willow had said he vvas a���
qualified fool, and he put a great deal
of dependence in what she said, always.
want you lo get your nerve back if
Have a heart!
Your grocer is not a profiteer!
He is passing along to you reduced
prices, as fast or faster than, thcy
comc to him. Just because prices on
many good things are still high;
don't blame him. It is usually the
poorest    quality    of everything  that
lo avert another world war, and to
makc sure of the success of thc "great
experiment," is the opinion of N. W. j
Germans Observe
Filtieth Anniversary
President Ebert Says Fatherland Has
Escaped New Separation of
On thc occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the proclamation of the
old   German   empire   at   Versailles,
President Ebert issued   a   manifesto
saying in part: "This was a long-delayed   fulfillment   of our forefathers'
wishes and 'despite the war wc have
Rowell /one of ihe Canadian delegates J keen spared onc    great    mis/ortune,
to the recent assembly of the League > namely, a new separation of German
lauds.     Wc hold fast together.     In
of Nations, as expressed to a gathering of educationists in Toronto.
,. In    the   course of his address Mr.
Rowell said:     '���
"1 have been asked many times
'Will the United Slates come in?'
My answer is, 'I do not know.' That
question can be answered by the
.government aud people of thc United States and by that government
and people alone, and the less we or
any other nation undertake cither to
advise or to criticise, the better for
all concerned. May I, however, remind you that wc asked exactly the
same    question,  during the first two j	
and a half years of   the   war   while
thc people of the United Stales dis- Monuments to Lost Provinces.'
cussed and debated that issue among Four monuments in memory of the
themselves, but finally the judgment last provinces of Hungary were un-
and the conscience of the people Iri- veiled recently in Liberty Squa're,
umphed ovcr all opposition and the: Budapest, in the presence of more
United Statcs came in. She threw j than 80,000 persons. Salutes were
herself into the conflict    with    such   fired by gunsSmd the rifles of numer-
this let us rejoice.
"Even if today we sorrowfully look
toward compatriots' who unwillingly
have been separated from tlicir .kindred and toward sorely tried Austria,
whicli longingly stretches hcr arms
to us and wc to hcr, wc must bc determined to maintain domes tic unity. Even if political and economic
views divided us wc arc on onc point
united, namely, frontiers shall never
separate us. The unity of the German fathciland is for us all an
article of faith and'earnest hope."
energy and enthusiasm, particularly
during the year 1918, as to remove all
doubt as to the final issue. And
sha made an invaluable contribution
to the decisive victory which crowned
the efforts of the allied and associated
"1'believe wc are: passing through
the  same experience in reference  to
fanners will find sweet clover one of t!,c Pcacc and llle League of Nations,
the very best plants to use for soil
building and there is an abundance
of seed for sale this year.���T. G. R,
Science ana Disease
you    are    coining    in  to work over   sh0Ws the greatest decline
Hardwoods Preserve with   me    this      if. he is as good a man as the aver-
I!i?,^""g: ,     i      >       *,, ,., ! aEc�� Jr��lir grocer is  still    doing    his
By ginger   that s what Id like to  utmost to give you the best value for
do right now,'  cried  Washburn   his   y0Ur  money.      But  don't   push'-him
old,   spirits    returning.   _    My    boy, ��� t00 hard.     He is only human.
Tom, is home with a sprained knee he,; '  You don't know, but wc do,  lhat
got nghtm -a bush fire up m the Div-   '     ' "
ide.    .He kin look arter. my work at; him-less'profit than other well kno'wri
iy.-How's thai fer high;I -   -    -
he. is  recommending goods  that  pay
Tlie fact that hew-ent armedwouid,: I^V   '-fr? *"!?- loo�� ar?er.m? CW0^ ": him less profit than'othcr well knowt
il least, put. her fears concerning", his   gc ^!.H ter-day.-How s thai fer high;! brands'... which   he might, easily-per
Development of Medical Knowledge
Has Greatly Reduced Death
How the number of deaths by disease may be greatly reduced by the
use of present-day knowledge is strikingly brought out by Health Commissioner Copeland of New York. In
New York City sixty years ago twenty-eight out of cvery thousand
patients died of smallpox, while last   defeat
ous soldiers, and all the church bells
were rung when the statues wcre
_.    , . ���     , .      , , -    .... suade his customers.to    take " if   'hi
.Dorkin  -wrung,   his .horny    hand.-'.cared to-do so.
"You've  always  stood by "me,-Pop,"!'   Wc know this because he-pays'us
he said.    . "I'm awfully glad to have-; more' for Red  Rose Tea and sells" it
you... .Biit,"   he   cautioned,  "I   want
The mosses and ferns were dipping-
dew, as he. followed' the'' trail  to. t.he
: lower.  Preserve/    Above,   and east--you...    Biit,"   he   cautioned,  "I   want "at    less    profit    than'oHier  fas   so
ward,-the  skies  were- shot-with  the ,you t0 k,ok .out f<>r .yourself and. notXlienht ^cL,nco6s   yZ   to
colors of inornine>irand^ar;acrosstlhc. get hurt. -'. The.gang.is"drawing.clos-   Red"  Rose   Tea,'.you will.know it is
er.in on us and; getting more-fearless   because 'he -belicv
year the fatalities, were nominal. Com-
pulsory vaccination in.' recent years
has "been justified by .the "results, and
thc -disease..'may'soon be wiped out
entirely. '        ."   '' -    '-������.".
Tuberculosis \vas responsible in-the
year 1886; for thirty-seven deaths out
and that when the discussion and de
bating are finishing, the judgment
and conscience of thc American Government and people will triumph
over all obstacles and that the U.S.
will join the other nations in some
fonr. satisfactory to all concerned in
order to avert a repetition of the
awful horrors, of another world war
and to make sure the success of this
great experiment of a League of
Nations, for the preservation of the
world's peace."
Mr.  Rov.-cll pointed out thai Canada entered the war at the very beginning, not because she feared an attack on her own . shores, but to help
a    military autocracy  which
$5,000 Limerick Prize
The winning of it can't ease the
pain of the corn, but "Putnam's" will,
ease, relieve and prevent corns and
warts. Guarantee goes with every
bottle of "Putnam's." Usc no other,
2"5c, at all dealers.
Not French Colors
threatened the liberties of Europeans
and the peace and security of thc
world. Canada did siot become a
member of the League because of
what she might get out of it, but because .of-the assistance'she might render, toward  the  preservation bf  the
sloping valleys Old Creation Hills
lifted frowsy tips io catch those rainbow tints.      - -  .     -   -'
It.vyas hard to, believe that' into this
place of fastness,, and silence, anci
peace, had come    a    menace. which
'must be met if. its harmony was-to be
kept unbroken. - But well Dorkin
knew that he had enemies who intended'to destroy, if    possible,,   that.
.which he had "wrought, with such- loving  labor.   . And-he:- believed.-  they
; would make, "sooner or'' later, a.united effort towards' this end.- . Well,- all
he could do against .the raider's was tp
fight,- and he would at least .do that.
- As'he turned a bend in .thetrail, the
saw Pa Washburn .approaching from
��� the opposite direction. Th.e settler's
greeting- lacked���its old-time; cheer;
Dorkin could sec that something was
.amiss with, his old .friend.'-' .������ -��� '-'-"���''
- "Dorkin," ,said;"".Washburn',. leaning
���his long muzzleTloadingriflc" against-
giving you  the .best
...  , v ,;      - -     ,- .        -.���   ---   yes .it   the b;st  ancl
all tue. time. You may be jumping i3- willing .to. take.a little less profit
right "mto dangerous ground.     'Have -.for tlfe sake of giv' '       ' "   "
you thought it all out?'.'  -    -        ��� .    -j-value he can
- "You bet ye," grinned Washburn,1 . We are-piiblishing'-'this because-wc
"and, by gracious, I've.got old Nancy .believe the more-bur people-know of
Muzzle-loader���here, cleaned, up and the true facts'concerning the'profits
sighted-so'fine I bet I-kin, cut thct Thade by-those, they deal "with, the
wart offin.Abe Dalton's nose at- a; more generous they will be.in' th6ir
hundred, yards,-clean,'-' '   ���    '  :.'judgments.���T-.-.H.-   E-s tab rooks Co.,
"You'U-do," laughed Dorkin. "Come. Ltd., 'Winnipeg,- Man:    -    -y   y
.along',' then.,���   Let's see what depreda-1 ���..     .'.-���"_: :���___-. i"~-   .-��� -
tions "that-gentleman and' his follow-'i
ers have coimnittecd. during ihe past
night.".'.'"" .'- ��� '   -...-���
of every ten -'thousand persons. Last ��� peace and liberty her sons had died'to'
year the ,'number of deaths was onlyj win." - -    .   ..'
twelve per ten'thousand. Thc despair i "li we continue our co-operation.
that-once gripped the victim of this'��� with-, the. same energy," said Mr.
consuming.disease has been lilted by 1 Rowell, - "the .same enthusiasm and
Germany . Did   Not   Return   French
Flags Captured in 1870.
Regimental Flags returned to
France by Germany, and represented
to be the colors captured inJ870, have
been found not to be the flags'of any
French Regiment. This misrepresentation was not discovered until quite
recently when a member of the
French Government noticed that the
surrendered standards did not have
the eagles which were on the flags in
1870. A messager was accordingly
despatched to Germany to demand
possession of the required flags. The
governments of.Berlin and Munich,
however, profess ignorance of their
whereabouts, and decline to part with
any of the present colors.
The Needless Misery
That Women Bear
W' HEN the
household cares
and the worries
of every-day
life have dragged you down,";
made you un-jj
happy, and
there ia nothing
in life, hut
headache, backache and worry,
turn to the
right .prescription, one gotten
ui> by Doctor
Pierce over
fiftvyears agOi
" Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y.,
longr since
found out what
is naturally
best for women's diseases.
He learned it
all thru treating thousands
of cases. The
result of his
studies waa. a medicine called Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This medicine is made of vegetable growths that nature surely
intented for. backache, headache,
weakening pains, and for many
disorders common to women in
all ages of life. Sold by druggists
in tablet and liquid form. Send
Dr..Pierce 10c. for trial,package.
;  ;' ���..' '���;CHAPTER-XVII.. ;   ���--'���;'-���
Man 'may shatter' its' life' and. bend
it- to;his1 will;- bu.t.ncyer'riiay hc hope
to;de'ciplier tlie' mystery, of,the wilder'-"
ness1-that ���Something .which.';-hokls^
God's "'solitude-Lin its allotted'groove,'
and "speeds/.it forward aiid-on -.with-a"
.wh'i'sper.;0ixproriii.se-.heard ^nd', under-;
Shipping jiiBiC.
a-trec^I-was- jeston- my.way- up-tct ^to^orily^Tthe:'wild">hildrehi whose
sccjyou. Things am.l jest ���nghr-dowr: | y^.^- a part "-of-its/sublime.-'har.-
moiiy.   ' ., : .".    . -. ���""       "" '    ...
"i op.
Unnk. I .oc
in Lookup; iib" more "than.they be up
here,-T.guess.". " '-The blue.eyes look-'
ed. pLading'.y ,-i.iito' -Do'rfcin'S;-;.'.���' 'T
"wanted-to ast -ye'if 'you've-, noticed"
anythin' ���'��� strange ��� in"' my.   conduct,
/lately?" V"'- X-X-'yiy-X-X-Xi.   "V.
\- ���"Why','''" commenced" D6rkin-,..-in';a'
��� puzzled 'tone/ "I''jfis.t' don.'t������"-.'. v
/ .'."What ."I..'mean',!' ..'said--'-.Wash-burn
eagerly,."is thar any thin.' about" me to
- rnaJcc.ypii 'suspect-niy .mind .am'Cjes't
-right?   --Damn-it., all," Jiiy; bhirt'e'd",.'".in
;- plain , Jinglish,--you- doii'T '!
-crazy,"do ye?"    .'
- "Why,- certainly 'hoi
-' assured-him-.
"," ��� 'iW'a!!,""..r.m   begir-niri'' lo -have  my
'. .doubts -'bouf f-liat'r" sighed the settler
���."���I-take.it' that when
-.'se'iii.n'-^lhings what ain't   really    thar, j
rh.i* ���mind'.tiiri't ;wh'a�� you'd  call c.-sact-J
'\y sound, .an' -by -the "flal-tiuh'd bcav-l
,'cr!''-he cried; wiping hi-* face on his!'
.-sleeve,- "I've, been  seem' .'.em, -I  sure;
���have been  seciri' things, Dorkin,"
-"Just what, for. instance, Pop?"
: -."Wcll./f.er" one- thing; I've seen-the
-same feller in two different-places al
' -almost ".-.the .'.s.-inie      time,      Tliat.
-Timberley .'-chap,   it -was.     I'm- right'
- down .sartia"lhat' tl'hikin'  'bout  lhat. j
��� sneak .has.-unseated ,-niy reason..     Iti
'wasn't-only once it".happened, cither,)
-On the-shore! of.a small'lake stood
S'i'tjawa, the' Algonquin,..his 'sombre-
ffaze.fas.teried on.the.dim", ifee-spiked
j horizon,"'.'etched ' like -a. grey ' "line
��� against .the. background "..of,-- crimson.
Immovable -as th.e .-.drab" rock..obtrud--
ing' from .the"lake's .placid" surface., he
stood.,, watching-the. bars -of .sunset lie
Very .Active Season .ih- Marine Build-
.".ing and. Shipping is Reported.".-"
."��� :;   ��� '!-   "'-"'4,Reported.   -"'-'-   ' --, ;..���
X The Brilislf-Coju.mbiu 'shipbuilding'
record ,f o r' 1 ��20 '--has': j '.ist.. been:-issued.
'There.-'-were ' eighteen' - 'steel- :.vessels
completed ;ind.;!aid..dqwn_ in:'the':Bnt.-".
-ish  Columbia/yards,-during 1920, "approximating'.' 159,<>(J0--toris;, ���'".The total'
-shipping.cargo handled;at. Vancouver
;ag-g-rcgated "2,465;066-'".t6ns._"'.  --O.f - this
quantity". 1,67.0^000. tons   was' 'cargo,
landed;--   ' ,,:'.'. '<   "   .-""������'���..   .  ���:'������"-���.'.
���"���The most; valuable'Canadian- cargo
to leave'thcFacificCanadian port vvas
.earned'' by the .-Canadian Government
medical science-so tliat .now, given, a
fighting chance, he may expect to
conquer it.-   _���   -  '       -���'   X.. .. .'���
; Diphtheria lias yielded lo anti-toxin-
treatment. " to." the "extent that' epidemics no longer occur. A stii.l further
scientific advance in the-matter of
"diphtheria is the Shick tet-t,' which,
Dr.-Copeland says, makes it.possible]'
to tell whether.a'child-is si-spectiblej
or immune, to, the. .disease. This
discovery will be'of incalculable benc-
'MXyi :'������XX. '  x y ;." ��� - "   "
. If-,the''reVnarkabIe-development andj
tlie same" unselfishness as- characterized our war- effort, Canada- v/ill retain the - plane of leadership hcr
soldiers have- won for her."
Ancient Watermark.
Watermarks " in paper have been
used from the earliest times. John
Tate, paper-maker, in 1494 used- an 8-
petaled flower for hi3 watermark's.
Horseshoe May
Soon Disappear
Experiments Being Made to Evolve
An Altogether Different Style of
Foot Gea& >
Elaborate experiments' arc going
on in England to find a type of foot
gear for horses which, if successful,
will make the horseshoe as it has been
known for 1,400 years as cxtincf as
the dodo. The present hard, flat
pavements, designed principally to
sustain motor traffic, present a surface
on which ordinary horseshoes either
slip or cause objectionable indentations, and so the authorities are joining th.e humane societies in trying to
devise a new form. None of those
so. far tried out bears the slightest resemblance to the old symbol of good
New Companies in Manitoba.
Figures just issued show that new
companies with an aggregated capitalization of $130,000,000 were incorporated or licensed in Manitoba during
1920. The total capitalization, of
Manitoba companies now Approximates $600,000,000. A preliminary
estimate shows that buildings valued
at $11,000,000, or $2,000,000 more lhan
in 1920, will be constructed in, thc city
of Winnipeg this ycar.
Bargains In Newspapers
Papers  in .China Are  Sold Two ��� or!
"' .'    Three Times,
Chinese newspapers are sold two or
.three'times-over.;   After the rich read j
the sheet hot from the press, coliec-l . ,  .,. >,���c ,yn.A,A - - j     ;.t   *.oi iir ~nn ���    i^m x
i ,-,   -.- ,.     ,'     - .      .   ' .-     ",       posts now. gland at ,$85,610 464, as compared with $84,376,/-09 in 1919-and.
tors  call at the house.and taxe, the'    ' .,-./.��. *- ���
gi-pwth.bf "medical knowledge: for- ih'c-j.ne>vsp-ai?er-
to  a   poorer  partlof   the'
$60,144,940 in 1916.
treatment   and- p?*venti,n of disease \^ ^ '" V?W>\^���* *����!     The   diljerft   period   of-deQation-
could" be flanked^on'the i others-hand -?-c-a-d- ^^-da^or.'so. late,, but., still   througn wlncn .the,Country .has ..been,
clean aud:,legible. . .Agsin, the.-c'oll.ec-.-! passing, has presented many difficult
tor goes .' thc,.-;rouiids an.d this -.th"iV'pri>blems to our- bankrng institutions,
sends the how rather- soijed^and frs,\;"- .:b..t u: is . gralif yivig to- note ".that-the
cd journal .to; ihc^country.Vyhere^l ,'is :.l;,. ^'.- Ban5c ';$ '.;21>.w ;���- a stronger
retailed at a" further .frcdu.:tio.v.; in ��� Uqu:^j poj:jt;OI{ than-'h has.bcen.at.any
price. _��� _. :"_ '. y .-:   ���-.-i-.-.l-V- . -". - V . ���trAc'iiiHts'.history: ��� -The 19*) bai-
Savings Deposits Again.Show Marked Increase.
There is no. better proof'of thc .confidence of,thc people in a banking1
...institution than:-to see thc savings deposits'in-'that institution grow, from,
���year to year.    ' The- 56th Annual Report-of the-Union  Bank'of-Canada
J' covering thc year ended .November 30 th, 1920, shows a very satisfactory in--
{  encase in Savings Deposits, despite the many, demands ahd calls that have"
been made upon the people's savings during the past year.' "Sayings Dc-..
.by the: general application ,of:-known
methods of,."Sanitation"- and hygiene ih
living conditions, the ,df~eam""of a.disease! ess  .world- might, be ' rcalized.-r-
��� St.-T.hp.tuas: Time's-Journal. ".���-,'������";."  .' -
'.Great Dirigible .For," U.S.;.' NavyV.'
-Tlie.great  dirigible  R-38,   building
ih"'Englaiid for the .United States na\->
irig.'lifted fr.om.the-skiefi-by the misty, M enchant. Marine. steanrer."-'.''Ca'nadia'n'-,'".v.'iHbe completed in'March, lhc house
1...-..-I  ,--f   \,f~-_.:/��.; ���.'���'.       --       . .'.. ���-...    -..   ..... ...   .-.   y -     - .-.   -..- - . .--..-,.      -���,.'..-. .   -.',-  ��� -   ..r--1--. -.; *~ --.���  -fr.'--. >-'   -yy. > ���
haM-tf JVf,Tryloii.;. -.���;-.-    ��.=-, -"-���-.������-FhiVeHlor/":'v��1iicli left oti: January 1st;
- When, the last, tinge fnde'd into "dusk,   i,i->'i   *.-      i  <���-     r X'.ii - "   m   "n onn
he turned slowly- towards-the. forest:  '#21' bou,,-d for.,CaIcutla. wilh 3,800,-
Ail. day the poplars'had vvliisperedun-! 00��  ��ect   of - ereosoted   tics.  .'  These
easily,all dayt.hc firs liad'trailed, tlicir j were intended for the East Ihdia'Rail-
oily"   spikes    .disconsolately.      The , way -Company.      Landed at Calcutta
p"wh t'ltl K,gh^'^ rJ!jS!-l-ie -.>resentsavalu, of $500,000, whi., tain' Craven said,
i-teller i/vts terj u-.n,oo:\.      The  mysterious .Guardian ���' fil- carnage' charges Irom -Vancouver
Spirit of the solitudes had whispered   IP- Calcutta "arc appi'OK.imal'ely $2,000
wanuiiff of stoiriji.
Well    "did    tin:    Jjnli.iii know that
orni   v-O'ild  come   that  nielli,  .with-
tearing-v.-ind SriTi^dri-vinj; rain'an'd,dcs- -    Negotiations    are    i>r"oceefli"ng    be
tween  the Zeppelin  plants at  Fried-
naval -connnitlec - was'inforrncd-by
Captain"-T.-.l). .Craven'/." .'director of.
U.S.' naval aviation-. '-, The - h'anga'r-at
Lake Hur.s'i, -N;J..,'which ' will house
the craft, will, be-..ready July. \, 'Cup-.
:.'-Su"ch;a"systei...i.<sf f.rst,-,;srecnd aaiJ. ariCC-,shect" indicated, that ""the .policy
third-hand newspapers-wouJi .s.ctm toj 0f\he omeialsofthe bank 'has. been to.
assure-llic disscriiination. oTncvvs avj'
D: N. Finnic, both prominent business
nie.njwho. are^well knovyn. iu_.Westerns-
Canada, and have a wide knowledge
of -Western' affairs which -.will be oi.
great assistance to the Bank in its.efforts to render the best banking service possible to Western Canada. .Mr.'
j W. R. Allen, the'new Vice-President :
J of the. Bank,- is well known as  the
' keriior nicmber: of the firm of -Allan,
: Kajkvm. & -McKay,. Winnipeg,' ahd a-
,;> ,r:.i  -������ -v y.u        .-   ,    ,.-      -   A-u? a'-.s^B.-cash ppsitioh,;and,D        Qr. -f.-     riy othcr important or
editorial    com.riitnt   .throughout- Uie>:,y- ttiia-   the? ���'���havr; been, successful..!   ..   j     ;     .....--,. ; -.   _���-,.-
Celesjial Republie.jbut - uhfbramatety |;V; ^^^ cask-assets ,bi: NqvemWex.' b.''"U* ;0l-S'   ""/.' "."    ��� ��� >:-i.Xxi,   '.
troy inn
only that
hist  little l.e" ci'trect, tor    in
heart a  greater' storm "was
-Zeppelin Plant. Is Negotiating Orders,
la China all- theland belongs to-the'
slate, and a trifling' ;slim per acre,
scarcely altered through.long ce-ntUr-./
. qusa-aiKi casirassets
b.y- lar.-tiH-.greater mi��'iber:of the ped-1-^^ ' i'y>6, .-'totalled- ��82,'20o,S6.3, -being
pic-are "illiterate, and: have no,.use -foi; L^j. to :S4.-3.V per cent,'of.-lhe'. total ;
a newspaper-exr.ept pci;h,aps-.a's.vvrap " "
ping paper-.or substitute -for-a' blanket, j
English-speaking students of-the Chi-"
nei'i"..hinguage "' understand yer.y well
..how, ,ii has happened .that'..- through
ijian'y een'uiies :-of, civilisation'- (lie
.coolie iu-the street, .the peasant'i.u. the
ics, IS.paid .as rent.-.
The   :oflicial   'executioner3.
.. but  three  or four.times, by  H;
",.Wh>% only yc'stcd^y,    when    I
-'driyin'-up Iter tlic station, I saw
plain as.-lhc nose on yer face,
.   was'- -fishin',    down jit "White'Forks
;li.tn.i!i(^,    a storm such' as
vil'.l  North  country .knew;-,   . :., ,   A ..-        -   ,   _, ., -
rtred, for   in    his    hot | "chsita^n   and. Argentina" and; Chile,
raging���I for    supplying    ihosc countries with-   Vkra'nt'  recently vv.n. on    _
hadrasccl for long days and nights, as   airships, says a Berlin despatch" to, the' causc" of lhc ��u"?bcr oi' ^��lms
he held  to the red  trail   the end of ^ -Lot](\m Tunes, !iu"t  there'is  n6 im-1 tenc?d hy U
which was not yet in sight.   ' I   "    ,.  . .'   .,���   . .. ..-
-  -   ' -  - - ' mediate  prospect  of  delivery  owui��
to the restrictions 'imposed' by the allies. In the meantime the plants are
being kept busy with the manufacture
of-automobile accessories.
ice .field a.inL the ."wife oil  the. house--
And to-night, gs he had done every!
night    in    the    hireh  of twilight, lie-.
'fry!   paused on the edge of the forest to'
v;'as j lift  his  nnm  towards  the  skies and
hi m, j speak Ids promise anew to the spirit
He   Oi his white brother,
Ni#ht fell ,biack arid silent,-un-
pierccd by a single star. In his skin:
tepee, stretched before a tiny blue
smudge to bar out the swarming mos-"
quitoes, Sagawa lay on. his bed of
spruce-boughs, waiting," as waited the
world'of-'lake and -forest; for th e' unleashing of the storm-hounds, .;,'
.'-.-" (To, be continued^-���
in    tne
��� scn-
I hv ihe Bolshevists,   arid    the
latter had to advertise, for volunteers".
During -the- past- year the Union;
Bank has been able, to render valuable
service "to its "'clients '_ with . overseas -'
ccnnec'iions" as a'>esult.:of ihe^cxten-' ���
sion of-facilities made possible by.the '.
fonua.tipri'of the. ParkrUnion Foreign --'
Two'new' I'ieodings-.appear in ..the!. Banking .Corporation,-.whicli U, jointly ,"
sta.tement  this ."year  which' we'r"e.'-'in:'j.0\yncd an.dicontrolledby the National.:'
eluded;in'' 1919��� under "Current 'Loans'.-j>a'ri- - u^]X 0f' .'New -Vork- and:ihe���".-
to the'-phbiic as .compared
!, witli the. ratio" of 47.23. per cent, '"in
���-2919.     iX xi-X-   "   V 'V;'. :--"/', '-���;-'
Tells Secret of
boat have failed lo l<:;irn lhcir -'alphabets. ���-The wonder is-'that riiore. .tJiaii
a/few .-.cori:.-5;">Kes -are able today toj
i-iiiterpief the " %vdrd- jrictures.of'tiic
.press. It is'to'the -credit.of-the Rc^
public an.d the diligence of- hcr. citizens at school that "bargains iii newspapers 'arc snatched ,tip eagerly.'at
street corner and.country. cro33\vay."
Pearl la Sage, Famous
for Rich Complexion
xXy; Arah'.,Shepherds. Starving'.'" . V
." 'Algic'rs.-T-'-'Tue.-.- Drinkers, of S.uti-
:Sh:.ne/'.'a5-:.the'-. Arab, shepherds y-ps.ll
the"mselv"es"''in''..'thciro\y"ri--. Iangua"ge;rarc:
pji'/the.'verge 'of; ''starvation ��� JhrbiigTi-
'out-;Alseria,;, and-..tin less'; wheat is ini-;
ported'!f'roijj;A=^it;ri.?a".;may \ have -'-n'oHi--
.ing ;butrsu:i'5hi-ns;.as..'a:'s'teady*die.t "durf-
,ing-..-the.'--.V'inj?r.-'.;!:/iTh!c,i'.'. .th'realehfcg
famine jn-;LAlgeria :is. the 'izpsuli -..biXa.'.
long dro-Jght,-'-;'"No'rain.'lfasA'fallen--for
^a;yf?ar;. > yy..;..yiiy i XX y;"X:  J*Xiy-
Good Work.
Despite all her troubles, Britain is
paying off morc than., a billion dollars j gives Valuable'Adlica
of war debt this year, besides finding
funds for extraordinary expenses connected, with cleaning up the war. That
is more than-.any othcr .nation is
cloing.r���Toronto Mail and = Empire.;-
in 'Cauada.-"- - ' One'of these,."Demand;
Loans in Canada Secured by Grain,".
-ariibu.iiting 'iio...'$10,732,755.47."'' shows
plainly .that the.Bank'has. been rend-
i er'irig- valuable-services^ in.!,; assisting
'tiie. marketing,of''thc graiii-crop": Thc
o'thcr'hcw;heading. is/'Loans, to..Gov-
ernments ' and1. Municipalities," ;_ and
amounts- to .;$7,6-;18,-176.39.',Thes.C'."item's
wiieh-  "toVallcd , with: '.'Current Loans
.."About .60 -per-.:cent..of .- the; .'gross
profits .';yiade,"-by industry'in-'Gre^t"
Britain- b.'p'afd out;'jn, taxatioh;-'���-,: ^ >'���
'���'.' ^According, 'to .gri- cminenVscientist,.'
,th e; temperature. ����f; thefnoou is' belovv
that 'of ;��hel.Ufig.'.ice;V'.:\--;-*,;'.. '.;;VV..:-.'
'������ ..A'coat''of dark',!?ea"otter fur, ciaiiK.e.d
to "be the: only ioat -in ^Europe;..was,
r^j^y;6ilp'Mif^Z^e.kt^^iy j
You have never
in all your Ufa nsed
cr heard ot any-
thinff like It. WiH
make muddy complexions, sallow-
ples, bSackhead3, .
arttptioaa, bie
porei.- routrhness
vanish alwoii .like
ta&zic. Nocreira.lo-
.tSou. enamiV.Bslvok,'
.'piaster.- bandaged
'Union--Bank of 'Canada...'.--'The, Park-i -
Uniori'-is bi'iildiiig-up'a'pcrmancnta'nd-.;
profitable busisicss in  the ;.Easf;and .
lias-branches .in;." Yokohama,   Tokio,
Shanghai,-Parisi'arid New-"York. .. Ths
efforts of the .Union Bank ih this con-,,:"
nection di'ayc 'bccn-'.invaluable in as---;
sistmg Canadians to-open'up business -'
relations irii'-the -Orient, '.' V   .    ..
- The    Union - Bank    now has 393
apparatus or iiutra-.
ment, aothiiwr,' to
sirallow. . A3 ia��i<��>iSt now know) nrs ecti ��sl(*5.
Send me no.money~just, send nie.your
*am�� aad toldreaa. aud I.vH! arlve yoa fall details
J)TreturnButfiiasplaincovecfrw*-id pros/aid.'
pearl l*''S^e;Us^xXXr-*}7&y- ,:-VV
VV 2S Adelaide We��t;;?��n>afi, Cti
Will Educate Soldiers* Children.
The Federal Government of Australia-deviaed a.scheme which came
into force on January I for. lhc con^.
i tinuous education of children-of thc
fallen and totally and permanently incapacitated' soldiers-. .After Icaving-
thc primary school stage at 13 ycars
they will continue their, education until they rcaich 20... It..is. estimated
thai--12,000 children'.':arc'>included.'-tn--.
this scheme,, which -crijbfaces���.iridus-
friai,-;agnc-i-ilturar- atid.y'rpro'fes-sipnal
pVcriliceshi'p. XX Xy'Xy---.,','  ryir'yX-
and .Discounts,   iri.   Canada,"- show;branchcs. which C0Ver.-the entire'Do-v
$88,230,716.79 or,1.96 per ccsit.inc.reasc I'mil,ion a-nd'."i3 thus in-a. position t9
over 1919.. ; '    - j give banking service second to none.
The Directorate of the Bank recent-J Isi addition to.its.branches in Caria'da, ,
ly welcomed two new members in the   the Bank operates its own branches iu
persons of Messrs. G. M. Black and'-London/England, and New York,.'       ���"
-\1 ^Conditions'Improve;'lA\OId \Land. ��� --
' .'Ldntldny-^-Ofii'ciahfigures".of.;the'cost X
of living -shpvv- a ycductipn.^C'f/^
c.cRt.''in;-the;figiV.e'^^ :
.those of last.month;',-';V'..;.;--.;.';'" '-���--,"i\
Just Imagine
Tbe deltc:ou�� preierrti you' wouU vie��ke_lf irou could wttk o��t lata as eircltud ��l
bt Ju��t.about���"���pcrfec*?---Thif-;:j��- ivit-ihbw-
xx'       ; VV..  .V:.maxr..;thei8"jams;-ani)" jbljLib8���'.s- yxXXX' xy - yy
XX Tkif'v*f* tka Sr��l">to make :Pur*: Jimt  ia   C��a��ji*, ae4 ar��  itUJ kadltS
-'to'Bopularltr.'" Try a.tia of- tieir  new ������loa���"���.��tta*'^>��^rr.,-.It-U  detieioukv.'..
- : * VAjV yoar KroeM.'.fa'iE." D::.Smith'*,-J��ta�� .irlli'lti.' Staple'Laaf.laboL : ^.,,
Z-Xyy. ..yiXyXy-XyZiy. Z-XX'Z'Vftstisti'-.pUvriba^re '-.; X'.X-'iyX'Xy 'XyXX-XZ:
��� Wai30��'*-TruM^8,'.^VtrBJB��,-Reifin*'*fii .St��l0ii6mtt:St&::'--'BHHLtl4'iM,i��*iB' C*,'.
V> ������-'.���-"''''=        --'.rr.-r X. X-X-.   Ctlfxrr asA E*aiBa��a,'Alti.-'-'---:. -,' ;.-���-'-.;-;'-;-.--;-.'. '..'--'v.--.
-.*!��� THE     LEDGE.     GREENWOOD.     B.     <1
Tke Wheat
Pool Question
Praise For Canadians
.��� r
-..' * -���- .-'-
'���-'��'."' '���-
Divergent Views Are Held On Milch
Vexed Subject".
With suggestions from all sides, the
question of a farmers' wheat pool at
the moment holds the centre of the!
stage  in   Saskatchewan.      And : with j
new proposals:breaking    into    print.i
every ��� few  days  the agrarian are iri j
a dilemna.      The first plim  broached was the tentative plan of the Canadian   Council   of   Agriculture.    Next
th& Saskatchewan    Government   announced the appointment   of   James
Stewart,    former    chairman    of ' the
Canada Wheat Board, and F. W. Rid-
deil, of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company, as a commission to study the question of wheat
marketing and report to the government.
...   In making thc appointment thc government announced that it "did not
necessarily   mean   opposition   to   the
"scheme    produced    by the Canadian
Council of Agriculture."
Following this, Ottawa despatches
bring lo the west rumors that thc
Dominion Government is considering
the situation ,-"secking, if possible,' to
spear the various farmers' co-operative enterprises in the west and dividing the' farmers' vote."
As far as the plan of the Council
of Agriculture is concerned, officials
of thc Saskatchewan Grain Growers
are opposed. J. B. Musselmari, managing director of the S.G.G., and also
a member of thc Canadian Council of
Agriculture, declares that the council's tentative contract which has been
published with the sanction of the
council never came before, the council
..- as a whole, and the council as a body
still knows nothing about it.
"I don't think any honest man could
ask a farmeri.id sign such a contract,"
says Mr. Mussehnan. In sounding a
note of warning he says the farmers
in contracting to deliver all their
wheat for five years to one' conccrp,
as planned in this scheme, would be
to bind the farmers hand* and foot.
The formation of such a. pool, he
states,, would prc-supposc thc use of
the marketing facilities of thc two big
farmers' companies, and these, he
points out,, do not reach more than
forty per cent, of the grain marketing
..   centres in the west.
A successful pool of the sort advocated by the Council of Agriculture
would mean, 6ays Mr. Mussclman, thc
elimination of.every elevator company
in -Western Canada, and would bring
about the most herculean   fight   over
���-"��� grain    marketing   ever   seen.     This
statement  is   interesting  in  view of
the fact that the Provincial. Government, since 1911, when thc Saskatchewan Co-opcralive Elevator Company
was formed,  has  with  25,000  share-
.   holders, invested over   $5,O0Q,000   in
grain marketing facilities.
.   On the proposal of the formation of
a voluntary pool, Hon. George'Lang-
_ley,, provincial minister of municipal,
-affairs,    member, of    the'   Canadian
Council of Agriculture, and vice-president, of the. Saskatchewan Cp-opcra-
- - tivc Elevator Company,' is   cautious.
.He.   enunciates    three factors which
largely.ensured the. success   .of   the
wheat board; and.'which would bc absent in a-voluntary pool.
. ..They  are":" (1)   The- Wheat  Board
had  complete  control  of  the whole
crop of thc Dominion'; (2) they had
control of all the local and'terminal
storage facilities;  (3).they were rc-
:,   -licved-of-ail-financial anxiety.	
.   .    The. action of thc Manitoba 'farmers at their annual.convention in en-
."   dorsing-'the scheme of the Canadian
Council ;6f Agriculture,   in   view   of
.the apparent, divergent view, in Sas-.
katchewan, . indicates'  that the solu-
��� tioh of the problem is still-far off.
Duke   of   Devonshire   Was   Struck
With Spirit of Canada During the
Dark Days of 1918.
The. Quebec Women's Canadian
Club was addressed recently by His'
Excellency the Duke of Devonshire,
who-spoke of thc accomplishments of
the League of Nations. Referring
incidentally to his tenure of office in
Canada, he said he was proud to have
been associated with the Canadians
during the great war. If there was
one thing that struck hini more particularly iu this connection than any.
other, lie said, it was the spirit manifested by the Canadians in _the dark
days of 1918 when 'the Germans
broke through the Allied lines in
France. ��� ,
A vote of thanks was moved in
French to His Excellency by Ma lame
Jules Tcssicr, who giffirmed that the
French-Canadians were loyal adherents to thc Crown and ended by saying that its special representative in
Canada, one of the old aristocracy of
England which had never neglected
its national duties, had himself lived
up to the motto of "noblesse oblige."
A Gorgeous
Tea Gown of
World ''Happenings.
Faint and Dizzy Spells,
Weakness and
Shortness of Breath.
You .can generally tell when, the
heart is affected by the faint and dizzy
spells, the shortness of breath, palpitation/throbbing, irregular beating,
smothering sensations', weak, sinking,
all-gone feeling, choking sensations,
Many men and women become, rundown and worn out when otherwise
-they could be strong'and healthy if
they would only pay some attention
to the first sign of heart weakness.
No remedy will do so much to makc
the heart regain strength and vigor,
regulate its beat and restore It to_ a
healthy and normal condition as Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills.
Mrs. C. A. S. Drake, Paris, Ont.,
By Gertrude BeresfordL
Oriental in its coloring, this attractive tea gown is fashioned from tnpst
beautiful printed velvet. A rich magenta and a Chinese blue are the dominating colors, although the outer
petals of the flowers show various
reddish tints that are most effective.
The gown is distinguished by very
simple lines, for when such gorgeous
fabrics arc used no fanciful trimmings
or intricate style are necessary. The
long, square-cut train falls from the
v'i havtuTeToA tVwa7drthej.shoulders-  and  as  its  wearer wa,ks
second box of Milburn's Heart and i about the lining is readily observed.
Nerve Pills and find they have done
me good. I had those fainting,
dizzy spells, once in a while, and also
weakness and shortness of breath, and
would become so choked up at times
I could hardly sleep without sitting
up in bed. When walking too fast I
would have to stop and try to catch
jny breath: I feel a tot better since
I havc used your pills and-know that
they have helped me wonderfully as
I have improved very much."
Price SOc a box at all dealers or
mailed direct on receipt of price by-
The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.
Do Not Like Blue
French Scientist Says Flies Hate This
According- to a French scientist;
flics havc intense hatred for thc color
blue. Rooms decorated in blue will
help to keep out flies. A.room
sweetly perfumed and decorated with
Llue as the prevailing motif, is sure
to drive flies away. Flies do not like;
oil pf lavender, so.that if equal quantities of the oil and water'arc put in a
common glass atomiser..and sprayed
around rooms, where flies . are, .they
will disappear. * Geranium, heliotrope,
mignonette aud white clover.are also
offensive to flics,, and thcy especially
dislike the odor of honeysuckle and
hope blossoms.
This is a heavy satin in the new redwood shade that is akin to henna.
The curvature of the earth is such
that a straight line a mile long would
be 2.04 inches from the surface at
either end.
Flowers growing, in the-Polar
gions seldom have any perfume.
Si 00 Reward, $100
Catarrh is * local disease greatly taflu-
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internally and acts through the Blood on the
Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, ffires the patient
strenjth.^ by improving the sreneral health and
assists nature in doinjr its work. $100.00 for
any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATAE.RH
MEDICINE fails to cure.
DruKS'ists 75c. '   Testimonials free.
F. j.   Cheney & Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.
"Say, pa, I had a fight with Jimmy
Green today."      .
"Did you whip him?", ,-'-'.
"Gee, pa,-ain't �� tellin'. ybu- about
it ."���Boston Transcript.
��� Austria Is Paying:
Plight of Country is Warning Against
..  '. Weakness and Folly.   ,".":.' *
V   If the suggestion'that Austria yol-
' Natural leaf burley smoking tobacco,' 5 lbs! for $4.00, delivered,
CHAS. BARNARD, Leamington,
Island Cities in Europe
more, restricted diet are   among   the
things    that   combine" to lower thc
tone of the body \ and.' -weaken-, ."thc'l
blood. .",   "��� -';���
- As soon as-'- you notice .the- tired-
feeling, lack of appetite "��� and short--
ness of,.breath that are warning
symptoms of thin blood,, take, a.short-
coursc of-f treatment .with". Dr.fWil-
..... ,- .     ,���-,..    Hams' PinkvPills.     Do not'wait'.un-
untanlygiycs up not.only its .freedom f.tit /the .color  has  entirely, .left, your
Amsterdam  In  Holland  Has
~'i"'"" Canals ThanStreets;      :.."
Many Troubles May be Avoided if    . There   are   four -cities in Eurbo'e
the Blood is Kept Pure. wll5d, statld.wholly or.in part on is-
.   Do not let your .blood get thin, this ., -     ���       ���, .     _ ,  . .'...:
winter. For people who have-a ten- -!ands- - . Ghcnt- Ia -Belgium,-, is built
dency towards anaemia, or bloodless-! on 26.islands, which are connected-by-
ness, winter is a" trying season. Lack j 80 = bridges, thc city having as. many
of ' exercise,: lack of fresh air, and a i canals  ��� ES    strcct.i. , Amsterdam, ih
There have been 600 cases of smallpox in.the Dominion in five months.
The Japanese Crown Prince is planning an official visit, to England next
The French ministry has decided
to suppress the department of food
There is increasing agitation for
fusion with Germany on the part of
Victoria, B.C., unemployed are
threatening trouble if work is not
A board of arbitration will settle
the dispute between the Canadian Express Company and its employees....
A largc part of the noted French
racing stable of the late William K.
Vandcrbilt will bc brought to thc
United States this ycar.
Stock breeders in Ontario commend
the statements of Hon. E. C. Drury
with regard to "broadening" the policy of the farmers.
Brantford Ministerial Association
has placed itself on record as being
strongly opposed to the importation
of spirituous liquor into Ontario.
Col. C. D. McPherson, newspaper
publisher of Portage, la Prairie, has
been sworn in as Minister of Public
Works. ~
The 1921 program of the colonization branch, C.P.R., is being drafted
at Winnipeg by the advisory committee, n
Vancouver land values for the present year are $133,240,598. Buildings
are valued at $77,353,371. The population of the city is estimated at
124,734.- V.
The question of profits from army
canteens will be taken up with the
Federal Government by the G.W.V.A.
at the forthcoming legislative session.
A Pennsylvania man 6ays he has
increased the laying capacity of his
hens 100 . per cent, by putting an
alarm clock, set for 4 a.m., in the
hen coop.
United Farmers of Ontario are
much incensed over the recent statements of Hon. Mr. Drury, to the
effect' that the farmers should not
enter politics as an organization.
Myron T." Herrick, formerly ambassador to France, has been elected
president of the Aero Club of America, succeeding Col. Jefferson DeMont
New York State Prison Committee
opposes thc building of a "death
house de luxe" in Sing Sing^prison,
claiming the $320,000 appropriated is
too much to spend on such a building.
. Reductions ' in fur- prices at New
York arc ��� indicated by auction sales
now ��� being held. ��� -Average ��� declines
were' from- 30 . per cent, on northern
otter to 70.per cent, on southern
muskrat.      -���-.'���---        . '     '.
At Galveston, Texas, Ranger Jack-
man-arrested an aviator on a. charge
of "disorderly flying," He said the
aviator was juggling his plane, barely' missing .housetops and telephone
wires.. ���-       ;.
-f E. L.' Richardson, manager of-the
.Calgary Exhibition, announced to the
"directors of the exhibition that he
would hot accept the offer of "the
Westenir^Ganada-Golonization-Association-to-become manager'-of their
colonization scheme.  " ���" .
Oral Hygiene" Lay
Education Series
Great Oil Fields
Present Scarcity of Oil Not Going to
Continue Beyond Four
Miss Agnes C. Laut, in the Financial  Post,  declares  lhat  the present
scarcity of fuel oil for ships is not go-
*ing to continue beyond four years.
Miss Laut bases this calculation on
thc discovery of "three great new oil
fields in 1920." These three areas
are in Columbia, Wyoming and
Northern Canada.
, Miss Laut's prominence as an investigator of economic conditions, her
vast knowledge of the north country,
her acquaintance with the men who
are opening thc northern oil territory, lend additional weight to- hcr
declaration that the country beyond
Edmonton "will be pouring out its
liquid fuel supplies of oil within four
years"���just as soon as pipe lines and
refineries can be built to handle the
Professor. Allan, of the University
of Alberta, warns against undue optimism . regarding the Mackenzie
River oil field on the score that, however much oil may be there, and he
is very sanguine about quality, it can
have no economic value until it can
be brought to market. True enough.
But when has great natural wealth, bc
it gold or diamonds,.silver or oii, lain
unused for any length of time for
want of transportation facilities?
These can be supplied and .will be
supplied in the norlh country.
Oil is at present being transported
hundreds of miles by pipe line from
points of production to refineries. The
situation in the north presents no
difficulties that have not been overcome elsewhere.
The oil being there in quantity, thc
world demand will bring it to market,
���Calgary Herald.
When a Frenchman has a deform-'
ity of the jaw that throws his chin
over to one side, thc French doctor
says hc has the face of the "village
chanter."     Have you noticed the ten- j
dency of amateur singers to spoil au'
otherwise good pcrformance'by. sing-1
ing out of one corner of the mouth
or by twisting the face in a displeasing manner?     This facc distortion is
not  necessarily  confined  to  singers;,
we all do it to   some   extent.     Thc j
reason, is nearly always to be found j
in the mouth.     Yesterday I broke a
tooth and  ever since I  havc drawn
niy lip down to try to hide the spot.
Our natural inclination is to try  lo
hide any infirmity, particularly when
it is new.     If the-cause of this effort
is not removed, the cover-up act will
become a habit that will remain long
aftcr the original reason, for its usc
will have been forgotten.
If a tooth becomes tender or the
surrounding gum becomes inflamed,
the bolus of food that is to be chewed
will unconsciously bc shifted to a
spot that is more nearly normal. This
results in the rapid progress of tartar
formation upon thc teeth in thc whole
unused area. Soft foods and mucus
will join the tartar so that presently
a vile tasting and smelling mess,
seething with bacteria is permanently
located in the waiting room of thc
main station of the route between
your dinner table and your stomach.
In addition to being contaminated
when this condition is present, thc
food is only partly chewed. When
a habit in chewing is formed that is
not normal, the contour of the face
is always altered and the facial expression is changed. This is because
some of Uie muscles of the face, which
are also muscles of rnastication,/are
not doing their proper share of thc
work, as thcy atrophy, which means,
grow smaller. Some of the face muscles have more than their"- usual
amount of work to do, so they grow
larger. With one side of your face
growing smaller and onc side growing larger it doesn't take much of an
"���architect to figure out the fact that
yOu will have a crooked face if 3rou
don't chew right. You cannot chew
right unless your mouth is healthy.
You will immensely
improve the tastiness
of dishes and add tremendously to their
nourishing value if
you use plenty of
and other Lung Diseases
Claims many Victims in Canada and should
be guarded against.
Minard's Liniment
Is a Great Preventative, being one of tha
oldest remedies used. Minard'6 Linimeat
has cured thousands oi cases of Grippe. Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Asthma end kindred diseases. It is an Enemy to Germs. Thousands of bottles being used e7try day. For
sale by all druggists and general dealers.
Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd., Yarmouth, N.S.
Advocates Bee-
Keeping in Manitoba
"Honey should be to Manitoba
what maple syrup is to Ontario," -
Hon. George Malcolm, minister of
agriculture declared at the opening
session of the Manitoba Bee-Keepers''
Association convention in Winnipeg.
"We are facing a time, when little
things arc going to count on our
farms," hc said, "and he regarded
bee-keeping ^s one of the most important things to be taken up in
For Sprains and Bruises.~Tfeere is
nothing better.for sprains and contusions than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
It will reduce the swelling that follows a sprain, will cool the inflamed
flesh and draw the pain. It will take
the ache out of a bruise and prevent
thc flesh from discoloring.
The Man With Asthma, almost
longs for death to end his suffering.
He sees ahead only years of endless
torment- with interval's of rest which
are themselves fraught . with never
ceasing fear of renewed attacks. Let
him turn to Dr;, Kcllogg's Asthma
Remedy and know what complete relief it can givel .- Let him but use it
faithfully and he will find his asthma
greatly benefited..
Edible Dogs.
Among -the Chinese, a particular
species of dog.is. reared.for the-tabic.
The flesh of black dogs is preferred to
that of animals of- another color on
account of live- greater amount of
nutriment it is supposed to-possess.
Itch Cured In 30, Minutes.
Wolfords Sanitary Lotion will cure
in. 30 minutes, scabies, or what is
known as. Itch, Mange,'- Prairie
Scratches, Texas Itch, _ Seven Year
_Itch,...and_..alI__..cbntagious_. scratches.
Sold by druggist's. '   .
: but,absolutely all its .self-government
is extraordinary, the condition of Austria .is extraordinary.'At..this monicnt
���.the -country is literally.dying.' Left
'- io" - itself,.. its- - stamina,:. gone,-  with-
.;.out.: power pf helping itself..it nuist
./become a corpse oh thc.facc of Eur-;
-ope..-. -So "it -is,  ready.',.to    renounce
" .'every thing -in -exchange for something'
'thai.will maintain.life. '.' ���    V'V' Vf-
A superficial-moralist will'not fail
���.to: sec in. all fthi's-'an- example .of- dir-
,-, ect   retribution. . for wickedness. But;
;   as a .matter-of-fact,, the ;sinful- frc-
_:' qtieritly prosper quite as greatly;and
.quite-as persistently as.-the righteous
-nas  long as. they are wise in their
. generation. If there-is any" warning
in the plight of Austria, it is a warning against weakness and folly.V The
country-is where it stands today because they wjre wicked���though thcy
assuredly did" sin outrageously. Austria is paying the penalty for stupid
bungling.���Detroit Free Press.
checks,;until.your lips are'white and
your'eyes arc"dull. ; It.is.so much
easier- to; correct' thinning.' of';-the
blood'in the earlier, stages' than later.
This is well illustrated in the case of
Mr. B;'M. Day, Newcastle-Bridge,"
N.B., who. says: "From.my own experience with'-Dr.. Williams' Pink-Pills
I'-cah most heartily";rcco'mn'icnd 'theth.
Some time.ago.I wasbadly .ruVi- down
>ahdVmy','blood 'seemed -'.thin., and'
watery, ��,ccompauicd,;by. 'the", visual'
symptoms, of; this conditioni.-'A. friend
recommended!. Di;. ;Williams' ,Pink
Pills, and after taking several .bokeg I
felt like'a new man.-'
Holland, a, city of ten miles in circumference,'is mostly built on piles driven into the sandy ..subsoil, .'but' thc
flowing: of-thc tide and lhc debris of
the Ainstcl River have made'90 "islands," and ".the", city- has - more ..canals
[than "streets. ��� -The waterways.1' are
I traversed'by" over-.'300fbridgcs, so that
Ams'tcrdain has earned,the .designa-.
tion of .the" Venice;o.f .the North. Veti-..
ice. is built on-80. islands,'.-great*and
small, which are connected- by.'. 400
bridges. .There is not a carriage in
thc city,-'although footways are abundant, "and it;is possible,-.to go:'from
one end .of- the city to; the other, on
footj. though ;'sometintcs long detours
must necessarily, .be;; niadc..', '-Pe'trd-
grad- is built oil-.a peninsula' and" two
islands ' ^connected "by -several- large,
stone bridges, and -in summer num-
You can: procure. Dr. Williams>ihk   erous;'bridges/of' boats,, which, how
. Pills, through-any dealer.in medicine
orjhey will be sent you by mail at.-SO
cents a. box or..six boxes for $2.50 by
writing- direct.: tb The Dr. Williams
Medicine  Co.,  Brockviile,  'Ont
ever; are-.removed at -the .first frost
New Road Across Boundary,
During the: first-week of the Ncw
; .Year an, additional, ��� link- iof;' asphalt,
��� - road;j was.. complete'dV/and':.. officially
' ^opened -oh; the -C.ah-adiaiv;srde'.".of7thc
international^.boundary,, .'which .-'Wii!.
- shorten-vmot'or /.travel; between-'; Van^
\ .couver.-;6o Mexico -and:to ..Florida:'by
V.--about ��� two,hiui-dred m ilesV ?"-V*V'. ���' 'Ji
Manitoba Bonds Sold.
Manitoba "has sold-$2,000,000 worth
of 10-year 6 per cent, bonds at $101,1-1.
This, according to "tlie Hon. Edward
Brown,- Provincial.Treasurer, reveals
Manitoba- as having a good financial
credit in the niohey market.
���-,".' A/irefi moon is onefof.-the"most cer-
.tain'Judications'-',:offsfrong finds'-.pr
' caJW.'. "'-'--���' -'��� '}���'."X���"���'." yV-V'V.-VVV.:\-
. The Arabs'have a proverb that,
after whistling,>."lhe;' mouth'-.is .not
purified-for forty,'days;.they.:consider;
it 'the- r'nost. unlucky'; sign.. . that fcan
emanate;'front 'human flips.':. -~;. V.JV
Minard's.tinirnentjfFor;Colds, .Etc,
y i Oysters feed- only; at about .taciturn
of-high-tide,7 !a;n"d;the;hal>U-'of opening- -wp.t.d. \Xpcitr.
Minard's Liniment. For Diphtheria.
Origin of Word "Tariff"
Ships Passing Fortress of Tarifa Had  greatest benefit imaginable
IS youiV-cliiid healthy?; Is
; he: or she;upVfcQ standard -weight> of good, color,
with plenty of; rich,, red
blood to nourish the growing .tissues? ��� ���'.'���'���" .,;- '.;-.',
For children who are thin,
pale, anaemic, under weight,;
nervous, restle33, sleepless, Dr;
Chases' Nerve Food is of the
Death Fails To Break Bonds
;'To Join My King,'*- Shouts'Greek
-.'Chauffeur,. Taking Own Life. ; ..
. -Death failed to .break-the :bond between 'King, and commoner, it was
revealed'at^'m-inquest, over the-body
of Demetrius fFugalas,"..chaufi'curVto
former.King Alexander of-Greece. ���
..-Alexander^ ."was - an, -"enthusiastic
inotorist and fFugalas -%yas..liis. inseparable 'companion'." -.He,-was, alf
-ways.fat-thc King's side as "the royal
Germany's Tricks
Inter-Allied   Commission   Will   See
That Terms of Agreement Are
X' Carried Out.:y��., '
The persistent attempts, of the Berlin Government to evade its responsibilities under; the disarmament
clauses of the. Treaty of Versailles
and thc Spa protocol are causing annoyance in official circles here, even
where there might otherwise be a
tendency to make allowances for Germany in other domains. Thus, Berlin- now argues that she needs only
"dismantle and not destroy her condemned fortresses; she bases her objections on the grounds of cost and
harmlessness. But dismantled fortifications are far from useless, as thc
.rapid., conversion during the war of
government works deemed obsolete,
;and consequently emptied of their
field artillery, into first-class supports
or "pivots of the general entrenched
front demonstrated again and again.
That is why General Nollet and the
Inter-Allied Commission and, if
necessary, the Ambassadors' Council
,are expected to answer this ncw German appeal, so. obviously inspired by
General von Sccckt, with a preremp-
tory negative. They arc also going
to insist on Germany's observance of
a.free passage for Allied warships
through lhe-Kiel Canal, as stipulated
by - the,."treaty.���Liverpool - Weekly
Post.;'. XX V'; ���"-'.'.-���' -,-;��� .���-.'-' '- y-
"Johns" Still In Lead.
A census has been taken in New
York City on the relative popularity
of first names. Iu the order of their
larger usage the first twelve grade
as follows: John, William, James,
Charles, George, Thomas, Henry,
Robert, Joseph, Edward, Samuel and
Frank. Largely due to the dofninant
personality of Theodore Roosevelt,
the name of Theodore is fortieth on
the list, having moved up from the
ninety-fifth place in the last twent;-
years. The compilation was made,
from 100,000 male names.���Philadelphia Ledger,
In A Drug -Store.
Young Lady (in drug store).���Onc
postage stamp please. And would
you mind affixing it? I have on a
veil.���Ncw York Evening Post.
V/i.,ii Orcooffttei Eyelids,
���   tlUr EfW infianitd by earn*.
"  vwm mrttoSu.Bwtudinil
""V **^^J��rt Eye Contact. At
T��ir Drugchtt m bf mail Me per Bottfe.
For fMk N Iht Ey*-fcet writ* Mi
Mar!** Cr* Saaatfjr Ca* fhlcaga.
Seamen have observed the glow of
Rio'de Janeiro, a.'city-'famed -for -its
brilliau c - iiliun in ation;"'-100
at'.sea. '   y :. ..... ���   ='   X'-'y
Pb"u'ot";a!lpw.  woimS.-flo. sap   the.
Dominion Express Money   Orderly  are oa
sale ia fyre thqusaad offices_throuKi<sut Can-
"tdi." " r
CHOICE SILVER Black Breeding
Foxes.        Instructions.        Reid
Bros., Bothwcll, Ontario.
HERBS is a remedy for the relief of Constipation, Indige3tion, Biliousness, Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles. It is weSMcnovro,
haviag been extensively advertised, since tt
waj first manufactured ia 1888, by distribu*
tion of large quantities oi Almanacs, Coot
Boolis, Health Books, etc, which are furnish.
ed to agents free of charge. The remedies
ere sold at a price that allows agents t��
double their money. Write AIoszo O. Bliss
Medic.il Co., 12* St. Taut Street East, Moa-
rtal.  Car.ada.      Mention this paper.
driver. ,pus!iccl:::-hi"|.ro;iring;autoiiiA- ,vUality-6f^your children:-"'   iC'oi a\-
bile, over   lhe-  Grecian lulls.   -.Their   tended'-to;, worm's, rhavfwork -i'rrcpa r-
are out ot wate?.
to Pay D'ity,   .
Southernmost    in    thc  Straits  of
Gibraltar,  and  commanding  the entrance to the Mediterranean, stands a
fortress upon a promontory called today as it was in the days of:the.Moorg
-���Tarifalv.v It-'waa'fth'e cu.storiif.of the
1166raf to- watcli''/"fro'ni-.''this"'^.oint.i'aIUj.-|E4MB����Bi;Biit����' ft
merchant snips, and tp.riss'ueffroni;.tliis; fvV .,' ��� ?���. -XX- X-
s.troRg:liold:~and'\-ievy''-.dutie3; according:;
;to.:';a :.fixed ���;' scale.. "s,n" 'alKmerchandis.e.';-..'
p;bsing .m'',or -out 'pf/the/ straits;;-rknd -;'���'
'this^tribute,; at Taii-i.fafVwa's. 'called = :by;f
effcurren tf f. ia"". -f E&gland,
whose, vessels .then, as>ndw.yforched.
Being mild and gentle in action, and yet wonderfully patent aa a restorative, it soon
makes the blood rich fend builds
up the feeble nerves.       =.   :.,
W"e��Jit�� 'tv-boxi'ft'-fot ?2.,��,'aU..'a*��ter*, ��������-
' C'^tMU Toronto :.
friendship', grcwy-as they"* worked "to.-
getlic'r~qvcr. bits of -the ��� machineVor
as'they took long: drives at-night.-. ���'-���
. Thc-Kiiig iast.fr,ll.!ayfdyingV.. Physician?,, nurses .and -courtiers were
wave'd''aside while. .-Alexander.'; called
for' Fugalas.. --The'-chauffeur; .never
revealed ;whal .was s'aidfin -.that -last
conference,, but at'.the King's "death7
he ..attached' himself toMlic-'Manos,
Alexander's'.morganatic wife, . It be-
came ���-���knowii .he had {been;, assigned
to watch'pyer.her., :      - , ..-.    -    "
There - -finally "came the return of
King Constantino with" wild -mobs'
sinking- and .shouting over".the hew
ruler.' Fugahis grieved that, another
had the honors ..whicli should', have
been-Alexander's. . "
- A; Uinntphant crowds sang- Coa-
stantir.e's "liagle - Song," Fugal
took h:-s  own life; -       -
"I'm going to join :ny King," he
shouted as he.turned the revolver,
on hini5clf, . . :..,-���- ->;'.'.
able harm- to' the.constitution, of .the
infant.. - The -HttlcVsuficicrs cannot
-.voice their.- ailment, "buV there, aie
.many signs' by. which.-', mothers ".are
made aware" that-a dose of '-Miller's
Worm Powders is'-ti.ccc'ssary,'.- These
powders . actf'q'uickly. and will ; expel!
'worms.'from"th'c. system without "any
inconvenience-to the-child.'/".-W   --
fTlie _.',dh'Qle,-'/the; red. .wild.' dog of.
Northern;Iudia, is a most' dangerous j
creature. ��� . .Hunting, in pack3J:-' .it   will'
.attach    any- living-thing,: even .that
jungle king, the tiger. '. . f' *;, ���  , ':
Or Rcpleatcd, Price $3.50
.This   price   includes   making
or-.remaking, 'sponging,    new
belting,    cleaning    and    return
Ma!ce�� old sl:iit? ai good as new.
- Satisfaction   Guaranteed.
Mail   It To-day.
2*5   KeDermot Ave.,  Winnipeg:,  Man.
.A Hagerstown, Md., iiiaii .has a
piece-oi fruit cake baked by his wife,
now dca'd,-'-sn 1872.f. ". <
Learning to", be content with" what
wc. have is what jolts most'-of. us.    ~ .-
Cook's mm Roof
yyyy x-xx ���: yy- ^.Ji-trSisvj
i iwati
pf";--1665V smoking- wav nQt-'.bniy.'.ca-
cduraged.-among the-' children,-.it" was
actually'.���enforced," .underffseyer
altiiS'/V--V Xi -X yXlXyZX :��� X'-
i i a majority of those cleaving. the'seas.'
r..W.Vtf.', U.-:'U52-.
abqut^.-afvEpund-fla.:'; weight/an'dfar's
" ..�����:'!ch'--,estee'rnedf l>>-'sailo'rsf-.when. they
[.can . getf; the nr;>'.' X-'-yXyy-XiX-X-y,
A taft, rtlitibUreiivHUtni
���medicine. .Bold In tbrw im
trm* of stttestk-���No.
Ke. 3, S3; Ms. $. fS V
gold hr ftil dra^sat* or t*m*
aii oa rtee** ef fAmt
psmpblst.      Addr����3��
A����rt*t < Pi��ftMjF
book on
DOQ   DXS��A*��g
t&i. H^r ts Wmi
Uviel   Fr��8   V��   ��*F
co., urc.
II?   We*9   lUt*tttt&,
Is $2.50 a year strictly iu advance, or fc
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and tbe
United States $3., always in advance.
^3. W. A. SMITH
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more thau one claim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal'advertising, 12 cents a
Une first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
TrnnscieiitYlisplay advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals I2j4c. a line each insertion.
Greenwood in Alphabetical
X. is for Ageut   both   station  and
i I.) be courteous and police is their
UJOfcfcO I own.
B is for Beattie who talks very slow
There's a rumor around he's got
lots of dougb.
0 is for Customs   who  undoes  the
Aud   examines   the  goods that
come over the line.
D is for Drum the brave mountaineer
Who's had great adventures���at
least so we hear.
The Home Circle
Boys, vou have but one mother; care for'her and spare
her. She is not a beast of burden to drive along the highway of life. There is no love like your mother's love; you
may not know it now but you will some day,
The need of some place to drop down for a moment and
forget things is a crying one in most homes, There ought
to be enough sofas around to accommodate all the family.
Five minutes rest will prevent many a family row, and
how can you get rest if }^ou have to pull shams off the bed
and roll up the overlid. A shabby old lounge, where }rou
can get at it is worth its weight in gold; and you won't
want to die half so many times if you make use of it,
m.  J.  M, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
That he  has locatedj at  Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. MacLean's House
Office Phone 90.       Residence Phone 69
Synopsis of
Act Amsndmenfs
Never suspect a friend of doing you wrong until the
proof of it is as plain and as clear as the sun at noon on a
cloudless clay, and then, yes even then do not accuse or
censure until you have heard from his own lips his version
of the supposed wrong, If you were ever a friend to him
he is certainly entitled to that much forbearance and consideration. If this rule was practised, many a misunderstanding would be averted, and many a heartache spared.
tulameen fiotel
One of the largest hotels In
the city.    Beautiful location,
fine rooms and lasty meals.
E is for Elson who  makes dandy
And makes you look smart from
your head to your toes.
F is for Fraser, upholder  of   law,
Whose presence will fill a  bootlegger with awe.
G is for Greenwood, the best spot
on earth
., This summer we'll boost it' for
all we are worth.
His for Hallett whom we all call
When he's made"  up   his  mind
you can't get him to budge
I is for industries we'll   soon  start
let us hope
For right   here   in   Greenwood
there's plenty of scope
J is for  Jackson  our great, cattle
king ....    : - '
*A.inan of fine judgement, whose
praises we'll sing.    .
.K is for Kier, a farmer is he   V
Who brings us the milk, we use
..- in our teat.     ���; ; '...; "-/.,..'-,;
Lis for Lee .'who has a- fine' store
If  you.once   make a purchase
you're sure to want more..
M is for Mills who looks after your
cash    "f '   :"      - ' :   '". '    '���''-.:
.  Let'us hope thafe  the .bank  will
never go smash.  : ; f   .-.:���."������
��� N for our "neighbors  obliging and
". .; kind"        '-.-;' .   -' ���'���'-".,-'
-A blessing indeed that you cant
"���;. always find.- " X'X. '-".".' V ������'" "-y
- O is for Olaf, good luck feo.Kis iniiie
'. When its  made -. him a-.fortune
;  .    we'll toast him:iii wine;      '    .
1 " P'l.vfor Paton- who. knows quite a
���: vXvbife-7 "yJ- 'iy ;���'/���(.':'.'"   '"-'  -.
.His   knowledge. imported   from
V.V V Oxford to' \vifc.: XX
���" '/,QVs the question ..we allwautto ask
V,    Who'li.startf. up  the mines?    A
."'-.Xy- ''"��� right noble task..   . .
:" , R for the rink the b.est of is sort
y-'i;   Where the boys   and   the girls
' ������        indulge in fine sport
,.S is. .for   Strariiberg   onr  worthy
school master
.'V . Wiio   teaches   our   children   to
.     .     count dollars faster.
'.'"'���T;ls for-Taylor who   with   Jenkins
',"'.'; -'.fas-mate  "���
.; Hasfstarted   a   store   which  is
���    ' i going first rate.
fXJ is for union which always means
��� .   >..    strength
"V    Successful endeavor   will  crown
it at length.
.   V is for victory  lets  hold, np the
-V.  Which   wen  for our boj's and
country its fame.     .,:;,.'
W is for Walters our cheery : town
, ������       clerk  ' '   VW"
When through with his duties is
.. V" good for a lark... . -  '  '     .���.';: X.
X isan .extra we will not abuse ff
When elections epaia rounds we
fiud.it���bf.use/ .".- V: vVV'V ;'
- T for. tbe youngsters, who. gladden
.   ���.    QurvHvesf'fvVf-f: f.V ���y.'XX'X. XXyy
Oar future ;.goo,l. ci6;zens,.;;ha3-:
���-.. . - Jjsnds Wnd.wive?."f .ffV'VV'"
Z i>.--unnecessary-chafe's. what -I
.-tbiukXiXX X--yXXX -ZZXy-XyX. .������
f-  And, I'mjVlarned. if fI-'^an>.to
���   '������:waste anj moTa;ink.X."   <f.-:���'.'. X
Teach children to be polite. Teach them there is nothing
but goodness of heart of so much durability as a   pleasing
deportment.    They will lose the idea after a while that it
is smart to be pert and boisterous, and take pride in being
little ladies and gentlemen,    Teach them to say   "How do
you do?" or "Good morning" to   everybody  with  whom
you are acquainted; never to  contradict,   whisper,   hum,
beat a tattoo  with the . fingers on   the furniture or  loll
around in lounging attitudes in company; to  say   "if you
please" and "excuse me, "if it is necessary to pass before
any one, or to leave the table before the rest, and never to
do any of the things for which it is necessary to ask to be
excused unless it  is absolutely  unavoidable; not  to  toss
things instead of handing them; not to listen to anything
not intended for their ears; not to refuse to give the whole
to s visitor when half will not do.    A polite  child  is  the
best of   companions,   but  a  rude  one  is   a' troublesome
nuisance aud will  find himself   learning  at eighteen   or
twenty things which should have been taught when a child.
A happ}' home, whether it consists of two or twelve
members is one where, love presides at the board and
watches over the:couches; where''..each person loves himself
last and considers the other first; where, each, is glad in
laboring for the.other's comfort and relieving the other's
���cares,   f "    -'.'.' V . V ��� - '"������������
Nicely furnished rooms, by the
day, week or month
F. Nilson     - Proprietor
616 Vernon St.. Nelson
Brick building and finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG     -��� -   Proprietor
Mintmum^prlco of flrst-class land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to
{2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to but-
veyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
��nd which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with joint residence, but eaoh making
necessary improvements on respective
claims. ��� f
Pre-eraptoro must oocupy claims for
five years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation or at least 6 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor In occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent of
1800 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make Improvements
or record same will operate as for-,
feiture. Title cannot be obtained in
(ess than S years, and improvements
of 110.00 per acre, including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, lf he
requires land In conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory. Improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. a
Unstirveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homesites;
tlUe to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and Industrial purposes
areas exceeding 6-40 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
��� VIU, factory or industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purohased; oondltlons Include
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay meadow? Inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not, exoeedlng half of purchase
price, is made. ,'"���,
* ACT.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices", Smelting and Refining Department
Purchasers of Gold, Silver,/Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig   Lead   and Ziiic
Dealer in
Orders Promptly Filled
E. W. WLDDOWSOJN, Assayer and
Clieinisf, Box biio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver,. Copper dr Lead
Jr 2.5 each. "Gold-Silver fi.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead ��3 00. Silver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges for other metals, etc., on ap-
:  If there is one thing; above another af young man should
be ashamecl of ;cioing^it is' loafing without fainr or - purpose
or. profit, bir the; streets or.; in stores'day after dajv' Ifyou
havp nothing to cIq stay at home, part'of the. time, at .any
rate::-..Nof young, tnanv.with any self .".respect fvvill-. content
himself: ^tli aspiring to.i^^
a. chronic -loafer/and store boxlhiagnate^." -Nothing; will so
blunt,the-|ii^her faculties
inactivity is ���.'so, baneful and-malevolent; in ..its :eEFect.as that
voluntary idleness termed'
Th* scop* of this Aqt lt enlarged to
include all parsons Joining and serving with Hi�� Majesty's Forces. Thr
tlm��_wlthln whloh the heirs or devisees
?t a "deceased pre-emptor way apply
or title under this Aot la extended
from for one year from the death of
auch peraon, as formerly, until one
year after the oonoluslon of the present
war. Thla privilege la also made retroactive.
No feea relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable oy soidiere on pre-
emptlona recorded after June 26, 1918.
Taxea are remitted for five years.
Provision for returns of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August
4, 1814, on iooount of payments, feei
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.
Interest ea agreements to purchase
town or olty lota held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
dlreot or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 11. 1M0. 4
Provision   made   for   issuance
rown frants to stjD-purohasei-a
Cbe fiume Hotel
Helson, BX*
The only up/tevdate Hotel in the interior,   First-class
in every respect,
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
Steam Heated; Electric' lighted.
.. ���. _.vu ui��u�� ior issuance of
Crown franta to aub-purohasera of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
purchasers w^" *��"�����    ��-
4r 4* 'irir 4* 4* '4* 4�� 4�� ���$��� *4�� 4��J��'
,::Troubles;come;tb. all offiis, -^The-past'isvstrevvn;owith
broken expectations and:;incbhsolable griefs;""��� Death lia��
left its ;shadovys; across"almost every-: heartstoni,and its
constant Tayageseye^appn}aci3ing.neartis-"fi
spirits-'w)th:terro.r.-^But tausftlie rainbow^ of; hope ;lias
eyer present. We have;never believed that: .ekisteiice 4as
parposeless, The same.all-prevailing Power, whose .handiwork jeweled.tlie heavens with stars, who."levelled the.
plains who uplifted the mountains and taught the rivers to.
run down to the sea designed our being and. contemplated
our destiny.
wk/T"iSY/fy1* ����hts from
Ailment of oondltlona of purotwe lnl
tereat and taxes. Where aub-Surohi2l
ers do hoi claim whole of origami 55?
be   dlstribuM   proportionated ow
ORAJtlNO.   * f
Annual graalng permits lwSd baied
on numbers ranged: priority for eatab-
lish��dA owners. 6&ok-owners may
form Asaoolatlons.for rannii��S
ment.   Free, or partially fFee.p^du
RATES 11.00 per day aud up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats. _
���Mjr A^^^   A^^A  A^^A   A^^A   *^L*   *^*%^   *^*%^*t   A^L.  A^^A   oMk   &_^La   A.S^U    &^^A   A^^^   ft^^A *^*%^*i  *^*%^*k   *^*%^   *^*\^   A^*\*   *^*\��   ^M^*^*,  *)^*\^   ^^*^A ^K
(Expert Optician)
K. W. C Block     .���-���-"-     Nelson
C LOAT is uofe a periodic-, ^
"V. - al- It ia a book con- T
taining 86, illustrations all "**
told, and is filled with *$���
sketches and stories of ��j��
western life." It tells "how . A
.���J* a, gamblor cashed in after
������� the flush days of Sandon ;
���Ja how it rained in New Deh-
���'&' veV long after. 3SToah  was. 4*
Auto and Horse Stages
Leave Greenwood Twice
to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains���"" "������'." ~
- .dead; how a,parson took a *j��
*& drink   at  Bear   Lake
w early _ days;   how
Ageuls for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, .Cadillac cars, Garage -in
; Watchriiaker. and Jeweler;
Alail yonr watch for Repair and I will
mail it back.   Charges are moderate..
*  v  $50 to $5,000        '
was,'dealt, in Kaslo ih .93;,
how the saloon man - out-
prayed the women ih/Kala-.,
mazooy and graphically.de- .
picts the; roamings of: a
western editor among the. >
tehder-feet in the' cent belt. T
��J�� Itcontaihstheearly history! '!**
A: of Nelsou' ahd , a romance 4*
of fihe Silver King mine.: ��$���
Inf. it are printed, three 4.
western poems, and dozens ^
of articles :tob .nninerousf T
to mention.,. Sen'd-for one *
before it. is too late.f The "4"
price is 50 Nentsi -post- ��|��
paid to any part of : -the .^��
world...- Address ail let- a
ters tb   - ������-'-��� T
'���"��������� ������-'������������...-.    -.-'���.+
Autos for Hire:   The finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
1 For Good 1
&   ��� = :-== ^.    - 3
��� ���Economy and Satisfaction 3
I combined with Promptness |
&��� are the features which go^to =1
^ make up the Service we give 3
g our customers.     Are  you |��
��=������-' one of them?                          3
Letterheads, Noteheads,       %
(Ruled or "Plain) S3
Envelopes, Billheads, 1��-
(All Sizes) 3
Statements, Business C ards, Jf
PHONE 29      1
Job Printing Department   g
"x ������* ������
.;.-.-' ;. ���No better life investment available
.,���No better security obtainable ;-..-..
. .-rCannot be seized or Icviisd "upon for any cauw
���i-XXX: y; y���Will be replaced if.lost, stolen or destroyed : .,'-'
';,.���'���- f'.'.r^Not affected by. tracie depression ���:���.*. -.--
XXrZy '.y-Xr-Frce from.Dominion Income Tax       ���/-.-'."-V ., ���;���
XyXy-'-  :���No medical 'examination required "';���''���:   -
Anyone over^the age of'5 years, resdeat or domiciled ia;
.'inay purchase.  -X-X  XXXi- <Xyry ������,.."���'X: ������:;<;..-' -.-���'.:-. y.y-y ,y yXX-X..
"y. Any.twp persons'xsiay-purchase jointlyX'y .' X.y'y- ���V\f';..
.' Employers may purchase for their <3npIoyees~-��chbol bo��rttif��r
.-��� their;^teachersf^cpngregations for their ministers';
I   The Ledge *
4,      GEEENWOOD, B. C.     $
* ��� .V*
<!���* ^ *$��� *!��� ty "f�� ?f* ���$��� ��|* ��|* ���f��.4B
Dealer in Farm ..Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence..Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with ine,   Have a buyer for good rinch
.: TO; END OF DECEMBER, 1919    V
;���'. Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, 875*722,603s Lode
Gold, 1100,272,431: Silver, $60,432,304; Lead $43,821,106; Copper; 6153,6807965;
Other petals (Zinc, Iron, ..etc.), $16,818,487; CGal.. and Ck)ke, $199,123,323;
Baildmg Stone, .Brick-..; Cement, eta;,. $29,991,757;'^ etc.;
.8785,918; making ite Mineral Prod action to the. endbt 1919 show an
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
Horses,  Cattle,   Etc
The Mining Laws of this Province are more literal and the fees lower
than tho8e of any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in fehe British
Empire.     -���. ,
Mineral locations are granted to diecoyerers for nominal fees.
y    Abeolute Titles are  obtained   by developing such properties, the security
of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants. ,;
V.Falh*nformation/t^      with mmifigfSeports and: Maps, may be obtained
gratis by addressin^-f:- VV -'Xy-XyXX Zyyfy xyy- Xyy yixy V'tf-vf,-,;- ���. V
���'���^"���" ' ;    THE H0H; fHE MmiStER ^


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