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THE  OLDEST   MINING   CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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: Vol.   XXVII.  ���
GREENWOOD, B. C.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920.
No: 24
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,We have just received a nice assortment of
Xmas Goods
We would appreciate a look over before
\ purchasing elsewhere ^
' ]   No trouble to show whether you buy or not -
T. M. GULLEY & CO,
, PHONE 28-   GREEN WOOD,.B.C.
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STORE OF QUALITY''
Xmas Goods _ Just Arrived
Toys," Dolls, Teddy Bears.
Erectors, Etc.
-. Fancy Xmas Handkerchiefs
* Mens Neckwear
Christmas Card^and Books
J. G. McMynn, Midway
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Our quick turnover gives our patrons the benefit of the    "^
downward trend of to-days markets.
JUST ARRIVED;
Currants,    Raisins,   Peels.   Nuts, Spices,
Cho-long and  Chrystalized   Ginger, Etc.
Do your Xmas Shopping-At
LEE & BRYAN'S     Phone 46   g
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You use the telephone ioi social calls? It is the handiest thing
in the world for this purpose. But, because" your friend happens to
live in another town is no reason why she should not hear your_
"~ voice, " That is the time wheji you should make a point of telephoning her. Nothing is more pleasant than to hear the voice of a
friend.. " """,'.
"  If you use the telephone in the evening, you get special rales���
three times the day period for the same dharge.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
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We wish" all our patrons-and  friends       ->-
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
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Children under six years of age will be presented with
a Xmas Stocking at our store on Christmas Eve
tWlOR~<& JENKIN
PHONE 17.
GREENWOOD
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WINDSOR HOTEL
-_ GREENWOOD, B.C.
The WINDSOR -HOTEL is heated with steam
and electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home for tourists and travellers. Touch the
wire if you wane rooms reserved. The buffet is
replete' with ^cigars, cigarettes, cooling beverages,-
buttermilk and ice-cream.   ' , -
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Shamrock Brands
HAM,  BACON; and  LARD
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Carnation Compound Butter.and Cheese
��� HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS   ���
P, Burns & Co,,   Ltd.,   Nelson, B, C
Just Received Some Handsome
WALTHAM WATCHES
.'     "TheJWorld's'Best Watches"
AND   OTHER  XMAS  GOODS
.   Full Line  Of
Shell Framed Spectacles
Guaranteed To Fit You.
D.  R.   McELMtON
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
Greenwood, B.C.
Presbyterian Church
. Services
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* MIDWAY  .
S. S. 10 a.m. Service 11 a.m.
' GREENWOOD
S. S. 2.30- Service 7.30 p.m
Subject For Dec. 26th:
"The Birth of Christ"
-WELCOME   :
Rev.  W.  Hi   REDMAN, Pastor
Greenwood
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MERRY [CHRISTMAS    -
TO ALL
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
1   PAID-UP CAPITAL      -       -       !!!'5SJSS
RESERVE FUND -       -       $15,000,000
".    GREENWOOD BRANCH, ��. E. Brawders, Manager.
Miss Priscilla Kerr gave a
Xmas tree to her Sunday school
class at'her home oa Tuesday.
Roddy McLeod made an excellent
Santa'Claus and distributed the
present-'from- the - tree,���which
was gaily decorated. AU had a
lovely time and the children were
quite excited with Santa and the
tree.
The local Rebekahs presented
Mfs. -W. B. Fleming wilh a
beautiful necklace on Monday
evening as a momento to her
long and faithful service whilst
in their midst. Mrs. Fleming is
a charter member and in accepting the gift made a suitable reply, regretting her departure but
wishing tfte local lodge prosperity. Greenwood with all that
associates with it will ever be
uppermost in her mind and the
gift will be a constant reminder
of pleasant days.
Last week Clarence Powell,
hailing from Montana entered the
home of Fred Peterson at the old
Spraggett house near the American border at Grand Forks and
tried to take by force a quantity
of booze which had just arrived
at the house and,were it not for
the timely arrival of Chas. Kern-
pel of Danville, might haye resulted in murder, As it is Peterson 'was taken to the hospital
with seyere injuries to his head.
Powell was arrested and charged
with robbery with violence.' On
Monday, he,, was sentenced by
Judge J..--R.' Brown, to.23 months
in jail at Nelson,
Send a Float to your friends at
6hce.~ .;Y6u , can get theui. at
The Ledge office
, Get your job printing at; The
Ledge, before .the: paper is all
gone; '".'-������'.';':   iyy -i .'
CHRISTMAS -    '   -'X
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The glad, joyous, festive time draws near
and unnumbered hearts are beating in
delightful anticipation Merry Xmas will
soon be here and Christmas songs are songs
of peace. , Christinas greetings are greetings
- of goodwill.' Let hearts expand, sympathies'
enlarge, and good-will- reign. Forgive your
enemies. ! Bury the past. - Make, the Xmas
of this year a da)r to which j-ou can always
look back' with pleasure and ..gratitude.
Peace and good-will unto you and a Merry,
Merry Christmas to all.
Public School Notes
f ^���   ��� $
Tuesday was the shortest day
in the year.
Jno. Longton ^returned on
Tuesday from Allenby.
. James Kerr returned on Sunday
from a trip to Victoria.
J. Jenkin has returned-from a-
business trip to Spokane.
Mrs, C. T. Fenner has returned
from" a visit to Grand Forks.
. Miss Margaret Eddie is spending the holidays at Vancouver.
Samuel^Danoff recently leased
the Kootenay Hotel iu Rossland.
W. R. Dewdney was on a business trip to Grand Forks this
week.
.Fresh oysters by the c in "and
oyster cocktails at the Windsor
BujEFet.
'��� D. D. McLaren of Deadwood,
is*ona visit to his brother in
Vancouver.
Just received a' fine line of
childrens and ladies- rings at
McElmon's.
Yvonne Swayne'left] with her
mother last week lo reside in
Butte, Mont. '
Mrs. E. Johnston,- of.'Bridesville, was the guest of Mrs. Jas.
Kerr last week. -
-' Geo. Eales, of Pullman College.
Wash., is visiting his father dur-'
ing the~holida~ys,"" "" X~
Creighton McCutcheon is spending the holidays at the home of
his parents here.
Mrs. T. Crawford and daughter,
Mrs. Clarke, of Carmi, -were in
town ou Saturday.
John Findlay, jr. leaves today
to spend Xmas and New Year
with his parents at Lister.
Miss Victoria Shillcock ieft on
Wednesday morning, for Edmonton to attend Business College.
Arthur Walters, of Anyox, is
spending the holidays with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Walters.
Miss Jessie Murray has returned to her home after spending a
few months at New Westminister.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Legault left
on Monday for a few weeks yisit
to-Vancouver, Seattle, Spokane
and other points.
Taylor & Jenkins will present
all children under six-years of age
with a Xmas stocking -at their
store on Xmas eve.
Grand opening of the Rock
Creek Co-Operative Hall at Rock
Creek on Friday, J an. 7th, 1921.
A good time is assured.
The Sunday school children
will take part ..in the Christmas
service ;at the Presbyterian
church Sunday evening. -
Jim Poggi states that he will
start driving a tunnel, at the Last
Chance some time; in January.
Jim says that there will;yet be a
big camp there and Greenwood is
tlie best place on the map.
Special Christmas service and
Holy Communion will be held in
St. Jude's Church on Sunday,
Dec.   26th  at   11   a.m.
Mrs. S. Bombini and two
children who have been visiting
in Vancouver during the past
two weeks returned home on
Tuesday.
Miss Elinor  Dawson,  of New-
Denver, left on Wednesday morning"'-for Kelowna,   after- a   few
days visit with  Mr.   and Mrs. .G.
B. Taylor.
All kinds" of cigars in boxes of
10, ZS and 50 fof Xmas trade.
Cigarettes* pipes and smokers
sundries   at the Windsor Cigar
Stand,
- Mrs. .W.- B. Fleming left for
High-River, Alta., on Tuesday.
A large number of friends were
at tbe station to bid Mrs.
Fleming good-by.
Born.���At Vancouver, November 27th, to the wife of E. P.
La Belle, general superintendent
of the plant pepartment of the
B. C. Telephone Co., a son;
- The Misses Edna and Maria
Williamson are spending the holidays with their aunt at Kettle
Valley and will attend to the
telephone board at that place.
For the convenience of the
public the Post Office will be
open on Xmas Day between 2.30
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon
and will again be opened after
the train arrives.. -
-Jack ���Morrison��� returned ���ou-
Tuesday from Vancouver accompanied by his two neices Margaret
and Jessie Morrison who are
staying with their uncle and aunt
Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Morrison.
The Douglas Creek Lumber
Co., have commenced sawing at
their mill near Boundary Falls.
Last Wednesday the output was
1200 feet of lumber, and the owners expect to increase this to
1S00 feet.
Mrs. Biggin and Mrs; Roylance
of Moose Jaw, Sask., have
bought Joe, Caron's ranch near
Boundary Falls. The new owners brought m a carload of stock
and expect to bring in two more
in a short time.  -
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Redpath,
of Nelson, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter,
Hazel Jean to William Payne
Gouldingj of Leader, Sask. The
wedding will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 29.
Among the successful candidates at the Victoria Normal
School Christmas examinations
were: Nellie Axam, of Greenwood, Sarah McCallum, Ruby
Smith, Frances Sloan, and Anna
Ber an, of Grand Forks.
Ruby, Goodeve was agreeably
surprised last Friday night by
her many friends. calling at her
home and giving her a real surprise. The evening was pleasantly passed in playing games
and dancing. Refreshments were
served^and tbe party as a whole
was a merry one.
On Friday, Dec. 17th, tbe
annual Xmas entertainment of the
Public School was held, at 10 a.m.
Over 25 guests were present to
see the closing exercises, which
lasted about an hour.   *
The - rooms -.were' splendidly
decorated; pupils, parents, arid
even local societies taking an interest and loaning Xmas tokens for
the occasion.
A large Xmas tree was, perhaps,
the most interesting feature of the
decorations, and was found in
Division II. All rooms were festooned with garlands and belle, as
well as hanging of spruce, pine
and fir. Each room provided a
short entertainment after the required examination. Recitations
were a general feature, special
Xmas songs were sung by the
JPrimary children, and in the Sen-,
ior room two brief plays were
given by the pupils.
The pupils of each room surprised their teachers with / a number -of Xmas. gifts which were
greatly appreciated.
All members of the staff wish to
express' their thanks to Trustee H.
McCutcheon for the gift- of schoolroom pictures which arrived the
last day and proved a beautiful
addition to the school's decorations.
The exercises closed with a distribution of oranges, and candies,
followed by heartiest Xmas wishes
to all.
Reception to Dr. MacLean
City Council.
Hon. Dr. MacLean will arrive
in Greenwood from Penticton on
afternoon train Tuesday, Dec. 28th.
A committee of his friends is arranging to give a smoker and
dance that evening in fche Masonic
Hall, in order to give the doctor
an opportunity to meet the people
he represented and enjoy a social
evening with them before he settles
down to another four years of
strenuous labor at Victoria. Everybody cordially invited.
The Ledge has  always   room
for one more ad.
The council held a regular meeting in  the "Council  Chambers on ,
Monday night Mayor Gulley  and-0
Aldermen   Morrison,   Kenv'Mc- ���
Creath, McLeod, Jenkin and King
being present.
A communication.was received *
from the Provincial Department of
Pablic Works regarding roads and
mileage within fche city limits coming under the classification of
Highways.. It was decided feo interview District Engineer Gwyer
on his next visit to Greenwood and
settle the question involved.
The Municipal Election By-Law
for 1921 was read a first, second
and third time.   -
Several matters dealing with the
lighting question �� were deferred
until fche next meeting which will
beheld Jan.; 3rd, 1921.
A report from the Finance Com-
mittee was discussed and finally
approved.
Luxury Tax Abolished.
Xmas Presents
Get in early and make your
Selections
For the Grown Ups
French Ivory, most complete assortment ever
in the City and at right prices. Help Her
fill out her set.
Also Party Cases, Hand Bags, Music Portfolios,'
Strap   Purses,   Work   Boxes,   Manicure,  Sets.
Travelling Sets for either Lady or Gentleman,
Gillettes Razors, ingersoll Watches, Compasses,
Cigar Lighters, Etc,
See our Xmas Stationery.
It Is "Beautiful Stuff
Now for the Little Ones
We have a large variety of Dolls, Toy Books,
All kinds of Games, Mechanical and Structural
Toys, Blocks, Sewing and Baking Sets, Horns,
Drums, Rattles, in fact something to Suit all ages
KODAKS at all prices
One of the best presents you can give
Neilsons Chocolates
Both in Bulk and Boxes.    See the special Xmas boxes
Christmas Seals, Candles, Ribbonzene & Tree Ornaments
Everything at prices that can't be beaten anywhere
J. H.  GOODEVE
The Druggist and  Stationer
Phone No, 6. ���,   . Gsreenwood, B.C.
The luxury tasf was abolished on
Monday, Dec.  20.    The abolition'
applies to all luxury taxes adopted
in the last budget except  those on
spirituous   and ��� alcoholic ��� liquors,
medical  wines,  patented and proprietary   preparations containing
alcohol,lime and fiuit juices^spirits
and strong waters, perfumery and
toilet preparations,   playing  cards
and   confectionery.      All 'luxury*,
taxes, except those mentioned,  are.
abolished,  whether paid, by merchants,      manufacturers   or    importers.  "      -  .
The salts" tax   remains   in  fall
force.
Merchants throughout the entire
Dominion   have   expressed - great* .
enthusiasm and actual relief over -
the announcement of the abolition
of the luxury tax.    It means a big
stimulant to business.
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THE     LEDGE,     GREENWOOD.     B.     C.
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i how goes the world of wild things?"
Dorkin laughed. ' "Fine, Pop; fine," i
he answered. |
"Mr. Dayton, sir,"  said Pa Wash-'
i burn  proudly,  "this  is  him." I
;���    Dorkin glanced scarchingly at the
I thin face of the city man and was re-
i licved to note no look of recognition ,
I in his eyes, as Mr   Dayton held out ]
! his hand with a word or two of con- i
gfatulation.     "You have a wondfifnl
place, here, Mr. Dorkin," lie said cn-
thusiastical'y; "a wonderful place."   "
"There arc many almos! as vvoncTev-
ful for ihc-seeking," returned Dorkin;
"millions  of  acres   of  wonders,   Mr.
Dayton'." .    "
"Yes, it's,all wonderful," agreed the
older man.     His eyes were following
Washburn and LaPecr, who had withdrawn to the far side of th cehclosurc.
Dorkin noted that the barker had
me he had
���/ity.      He was
Willow,
The Wisp
��� BY ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
Printed   by    Special   Arrangements  with  Thos. Allen,
��� Toronto, Ont.
(Continued)
i;Yes, it's  that,"  he agreed.      "Its!
aindamentals, too, ar,e the same as the |
.eligion preached from your million-| aged'greauVTincr'ji'rtii
dollar    churches    m  the city.      Yon' last scen hini in theVity _
must have pipe-organs and grand- fra-'ler, his hair was \vh"ter, and there
singers to draw the tardy worshippers was ti,at jn \x\s shifting glance and
-here, you must have silver-tongued I twitching movements   which  told  of
"BILIOUSNESS
How to Prevent and Cure
Among the earliest symptoms are
furred tongue and dull headache.
Then comc dizzy spells, bad taste,
quick pulse, fever and cold sweats. ...
Finally, sleeplessness and vomiting
make the condition of the sufferer almost intolerable.
The root of biliousness is with the
liver which is clogged and can't keep
bile from getting into the'blood.~
Nothing works with tlie certainty
of Dr. Hamilton's    Pills;    they    act
Home-Made
Dainties
BYLORETTO Q LYNCH
An   Acknowledged   Expert   in
���   All Matters  Pert^ining  to
,.  Household Management.
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ministers to hold them there and send
;hem away satisfied. Have you ever
uopped to consider how gr^at a pari
misic plays in ihe uplift of litimanitv,
Miss Marsh?"
mental     or    nervous     strain. He
caught a quick sigh of pain, or weariness, a^ the city man sank to a mossy
mound.      '        ts
"You have had quite a long walk.
She was silent, and he wont on, his i Mr,    Dayton,"    he said concernedly.
strong face aglow with feeling. "I
am speaking to you like an evangelist, you who have never been templed, never failed, you who have found
(he world good to live iu. But I am
no evangelist, no preacher, I am simply the big brother of the wild kindred, trying to do what has b"cu
pointed out for me to do. And I
want you to know tliat 1 hav found
llie grandest music, tlie sublimest
sermons, thc truest loves of tlie
wo-M. right here in its spaces of solitude."
"I believe you," she replied earnestly. _ She looked at him. a new re-
socct in her eyes. "Would it do you |
think, iio ior others what i* has done
for you?" she asked cgc.riy. "Supposing there was sonvonc else, a
man, who, like you, had within liim a
wonderful power for good who, lik^
you, had lyc^mc warped���" She
paused, the red flooding her face and
ternnlcs.
Dorkin was watching hei- gravely
"It's  pretty much    all    uphill    from
Lookup,   here."
"I do feel a little tired,'* thc other
confessed. "By the way," he asked,
"did you, by any chance, come across
my niece, on your wav here, Mr. Dorkin?"
"Yes, indeed, she is having lea with
Mrs. LaPecr. Perhaps you would
like to join her?" Dorkin suggested.
. Mr. Dayton shook his head. "No
tea for me, thanks," ��� hc grimaced.
"We're enemies."
Dorkin leaned against a tree and
smiled at the wry expression on the I
old man's patrician face. "You'll be1
friends again before you leave these
big woods/' he assured him. "1
mean, of course," as the bnnker lifted
his brows, "you will be able to drink
a, cup of tea without distress, if you
care to."
"Which" is another wa3' of saying
that there is a cure in this wilderness
of yours for every malady���including
dyspepsia?' 'smiled his visitor.      "My
At this season everybody is planning some kind of a celct,ratjon_ It
may be that.the younger f0]ks are
coming home from_ school for some
of the winter holidays.. Or the bu'si-
directly on the liver/restore the bile j ncss g;ri w;th hcr tinv ' room nmi
to its proper course and   prevent   'it',.t/.       .. ,      ,   " . "JO"1^ anu
from contaminating the vital fluid.      k'tchenette may be planning to enter-
Of course, the bowels are ordered
and relaxed by D.r. Hamilton's Pills,
the kidneys receive new tonic, the
blood is renovated, and the result is
a renewal  of good health.
No need for delay, the sooner you
use Dr. Hamilton's Pills, the sooner
you'll feel the brisk, keen satisfaction of a healthy, well-regulated sys-
! tern.-.    Sold in yellow boxes, 25c.
Grain Shipments
There was no s;gn that he had n-fed1 boy." he said, "I'd    like    to   'beireve
her confusion, as lie answr.red: "Few; you,"���and   his   face ...grew   serious
men cou'd dwell beneath the. swell of
this forest for 1on'<r. without- experiencing a s-nse of their own littleness.
Once a man realizes that���and there
is hope."_._ ���
S'>e sat lo"->kincr away, her Vim
hands tic^'ly clenched together in Tier
lap. her hi"-, vi.ol't eyes dark with
fcli'ig. When she spoke, it was ob-
vion^'v with" an effort.
"Therc is. something I must te'l
you," she said straincd'v. "Thdre is
one m'an���" She ranght her breath
quickly.
"I know." V. said auictly. "You
mean Timberlev. PWsn -s^y no
mor��;.I know all you would tell me."
"He  is. your  enemy."
i%.   Shc    flashed'   a    quick,    wondering
glance- at him.
"Believe mn," he said, "I am ii'vr-
theless grateful to you for hfiiier willing to say what must be difficult; but
i< is not necessary for vm 'o warn ine
that 'I must watch Timberlev���and
others who would harm my Preserve
and its wikl things." His voice was
d"ep with feeling.
Impulsively the girl held out' her
hand.
He took it with a smile. "Come,"
he invited, "to the cabin nnd iea ���'rh"ii'
away lo sr-o thc wonders of Hard-
w��ods  Preserve. ' . -, ."
She-stood ud. ' A strand of golden hair was tossed by,a" zephyr across
her eyes.-. He. walch-dher catch,
'  with 'some  difficulty; the  truant  and
"but that would be too good. And
still," he added, perplexedly, "I must
admit this world up here makes one
feel���different."
He looked quickly up at Dorkin.
"Mr. Dorkin," he said, hesitatingly,
"I'm getting to bc an old man, and I
'am far from strong. You have youth' f ��� t^n
and strength. Will you, I wonder,
forgive what may well seem lb be presumption on my part, if I ask 3ro'u a
question?"
"Please ask it," Dorkin  invited.
"It is this, then." Mr. Dayton
shifted uneasily ancl cleared his
throat. Obviously he was finding it
difficult to say what hc wished to say.
"You were, I understand, with the
old trapper, Mr. Farney, when he
died," he said at length. "Please tell
me, did he mention to you anything
concerning onc George Graydon, ah
artist, or his wife, Annilce, both of
whom lost their lives by' drowning,
some eighteen years ago, in a river
adjacent to the lake known as thc
Basin of White Water?'.'
Pie paused, searching Dorkin's face,
his lips twitching and his hands trembling.
Dorkin shook, his head. "No," he
angwered, "Daddy Farney never told
me' anything concerning such people."
"Thanks." Mr.' Dayton took a s:lk
handkerchief'from his pocket, and
wiped -his brow
Nearly 11,000 000 Bushels  of Wheat
Still in Store. ,-
Shipments of grain for thc week
ending December 10, as given in official statement, bf the Board of Grain
Commissioners, considerably exceeded receipts'. Hitherto in 1920 arrivals from thc west threatened to overstock the elevator capacity at thc
head of the lakes, and only two weeks
ago half the storage was taken up.
Wheat receipts were 5,494,739; shipments, 8,082,257;  oats   receipts,  713,-
886;  shipments, 973,732; barley, 433,-
574 and 427,595;'flax, 164.0S9 and 128,-
158; rye, 133,469 and 170,418.
- Thus  there is left in  store, wheat,
10,954,347   as   against   3,179,556   one
year  ago;   oats,  3,563,141   against  1,
776,461    a    year ago; barley, 967
against  664,245;  flax, 609,687 against
181,377; rye, 300,442 against 277,692.
Evidence of the high grade' crop
this ycar is. shown in the fact that
million bushels of wheat in
store, eight is divided between one,
two and three northern, four bcing
number one.
lain some of the girls with real homes
who have been so lovely $bout inviting her to week-ends,
j Of course? one can go to the shops
and buy things, but the best are
never quite like home-rnacie- Then
too, onc gets so much fun out 0f
getting the littic party ready that it
would bc a real shame t0 mjss any
of the fussing. Soine hostesses
makc lemonade punch tliat wc long
remember, while others gjve us ]cm_
onadc decidedly insipid.. But jf you
arc aimhig to serve a long-to-be-rc-
membered punch, try thjs one;.-,-
To the juice of twelve lemons
add about a teaspoonful 0f grated
rind, and three-fourths 0f a measuring cup of sugar and two cups of
freshly made cold tea. Cook for five
minutes and.add ten cups 0f coi<j
water and the juice draiiled from a
small can of pineapple. Chill thoroughly and put into a punch bowl
with onc orange thinly Sliced. The
pineapple may' be cut' into small
chunks and added.
" One does not have to have had experience, in cooking to be successful
in making somc dainty"cocoanut waf.
ers. It is necessary, however, to
��17 ! posscss^a standard half-pjnt measuring cup, and in measuring a teaspoonful' or tablespoonful of anything to
heap up the spoon and level it off
with a knife. , "..������������
Grease   and   flour   a Couple of tin
plates.      These should be ready before you start the work of mixing.
Cocoanut Dainties.
Onc  egg;   1-2
Western Canada
j    *>    And Motion Pictures
' More Movies Are Bei ig Produced in
the Cai\adan Rockies.
I     The   ever-increasing   popularity   of
(Sunny  Alberta   as   a  happy   hunting
; ground for the pioduction of'motion
| pictures, particularly those based on
| some    of    the    best known western
books  and stories, is  shown  by  the
number of big productions that have
been filmed or that are going* to be
filmed for presentation on the screens
of the world at the present time.
Onc of the latest invasions of the
film folk is bcing carried on at Lake
Louise in the Rocky Mountains. A
company under the direction of the
Goldwyn Corporation of Los Angeles has just taken up its location
there l for the purpose of filming
"Snow Blindness," a story of the
northwest tha!1 gained some prominence in onc 'of thc American short
story magazines recently. The
company will bc in Alberta for two
or three weeks, by thc end of which
���time it is expected that tlic principal
scenes will havc been "shot."
A great atti action the Canadian
Rockies hold out to the movie producers in thc winter months is the
wealth of snow. On thc location
-where the Goldwyn Company i* at
present^ working, eighteen inches of
snow covers the ground, and a wonderful repicsentation of thc great
frozen north is obtained. Lake Louise
was described by David M. Hartford,
a movie magnate who visited Calgary recently, as ono of thc finest locations for thc northwestern type of
film that he had found anywhere on
the North American continent.
Trim Riding Habit
Of Tan Gabardine
By Gertrude Beresford. 1
Big Coal Production. -
In one day recently 212 carloads of
coal, weighing 8,500 tons were shipped from the Drumheller, Alberta,
mines, a shipment which established
a record for this district. During
the first week of December an average of 8,000 tons of coal was shipped
to various points in Western Canada.
Production of coal at Drumheller
shows a substantial increase so far
this ycar in comparison with any previous ycars.
Turk'sh Loan Fails. .      .. __'
The  Turkish   Government has  not
yet  succeeded.in   concluding a Joan
, .'���^1ra^    ", ^"^I .for the purpose of paying.the arrears
.iinonson.it beneath hcr .wide- hat. -   '���'
Beautiful she was, beyond, a doubt,'
hc thought. . -.'.-..
Then,. n"oisel"ssly, -a." clump of
cedars, just in front of them, parted,
Willow Farney stood therc, straight,
tall, a veritable part of this solitude.
Her head; with its mass.of' wavmg
brown -hair, was lifted proudly, her
red lips -were parted, lief big .��� grey
eyes held a look .which might have
been fear were it.not for thc world'of
pehsivencss. in thrir depths. T!rn,
quite as suddenly as. she-had appeared, she Was, gone.  '
���Quickly.his eyes sought the other
girl.      She stood  smiling,- arms half
outstretched, gazing at thi spot'\vhere
Willow had stood.     "Oh,", she '.whispered, "what a wild, beautiful'girl."
.   ".That'was Willow," Dorkin informed Iicr."    "The. Wisp, the woods-folk
call her, because she comes and goes
���as  you- saw  her  do. -    She  is  my
_w,ird," he explained,-noting-the"look
of wonder."in    Edna's    eyes.'; "She
lives .with the LaPcers.   . I promised.
her dead father to look after her/ "I   ����"��rning
am";troubl cl -about her'education:' It
would.k.ill her.to send her away from
th" forest.'. Perhaps,", he added hopefully, "you can help:me by suggesting
some  means  whereby  she" 'might-be
instructed without having to send her
too faraway,",.,. . ..'.'."".  ,-';"���
_      "Perhaps I" can," she agreed readily.   7"Do 'you  think    she. will    be-
fri nds'-witli me.?""shfc" asked'eagerly.
-Dorkin "smiled. ���',    "I; hope-so,"- he
said, "but you will perhaps "find Willow odd,".in "some" ways.-    Tf.ybii sue-'
c ed in :wiiimng. her friendship,';Miss
Marsh, you 'will .have .won- something.
* Worth" while.','      -    '.'-.��� ���-'7 -.-���'".. \
"Oh,I rirn.sure of it!" she cried.".'- "I
have.heard of Willow  Farney,.from
the' Washbunis and  others.      I  inef
her brother, quite;,by'accident on ,tho
trail,  oriC'-nioniirigi' and   he' told-me.
about.r her,- too.-'"    Incidentally,"   she
laughed.   .-'"Hcvp.a'id mc a-very nice
com.iilinicrit. ���   I .am .sure-Danny, arid
I  shall  be friends." ' ���'      '��� , ���
"He's a grand .chap, Danny,"-Dorkin replied;" "hot-headed. hbt-h"artrd;
my .friend,"   he   explained,  "and   his-.        ,    .      . ��     v ��� ,       - ^      L. .  ,
wife-she  was ver'v  beautiful.   - The   m   salaries  of. officials., - .Two-thirds
terrible, tragedy, of  "their- untimely! of  these, officials, arc deserting  their
death ��� has   cast- a   shadow   over . my
whole-life, Mr. ��� Dorkin.". \ '
..He paused to wipe his^eyes, and in
a -husky voice" went on: "They left.no
heir to the' quarter million dollars
they left, behind;'.the fortune reverted
to a little niece whom they had left in
iny. care." -...-'
He   " glanced    beseechingly   up   at
Dorkin.   .' His eyes were humid.
"I have.tried to take poor George's
place, Mr. Dorkin. Edna is a sweet,
good girl, and has been the-sunshine
of my life for - nineteen years, although ..there are.no blood ties be-
tween us; - She has learned that it
was in this, district- that Iicr uncle' ana
���aunt lost'their lives. ��� Perhaps it is
but natural that, loving hcr as I do, I
should strive for-a shred of intelli:
gence to give her?" . . " ,"
.. "Most natural,' sir," cried Dorkin
sympathetically. '"I am only sorry"
...I _have'-.no hews for-^her.���It-isrbare--jjj'���-[
ly possible, though, tliat Sagawa, "the burn's
offices, as they" are not even-able to
pay railroad or street car fares.'
The efforts of the government to
obtain.credit havc. failed, up. to .the
present pwifig to the refusal, of the
allies to grant financial assistance so
long as the. treaty remains unratified.
HEART   SO   BAD
WAS7NOT SAFE TO
.'LEAVE HER ALONE
Algonquin,   would   know   something About
the " tragedy," ' he" added - taken
Miss" Eva   P.   Yateman,     Krugers-
dori, Ont.,  writes:  ��� "I. feel that  '
must, write and_ tell ypu._of .the bentfv
liave'   received    irom     Mil-
Heart-   and     Nerve'.. Pills.
four     years     ago     I     was
terribly      bad-     with   -ray
hopefully.   '-"When  he  comes  again^hcar.t, -nerves and fainting spells', and
I can question .him, if you-wish?",
Mr.   Dayton   pondered .a   moment,
then shook his head
was down in bed - for about ��� six.
mouths. I doctored -with two-different doctors and seemed to tret better,
"On second consideration, perhaps although the faiiiting .spells" would
.it would be best.not. to," he.f.cfiected"; ���,. not leave, nic. -I would take such ter-
"for, after all, what good purpose!' Jble falls, wherever -J '. was, .Ifiat; it
would'it serve?" On-the other hand,! was not safe to leave nie.aionc at
might it.not're-open. the wound in her ar,y" t'hic... At last I decided-tb. re-'
bereaved-heart now at least' partially', sort' to-proprietary ���; medicines" and
healed?'. - No, much as I slio'iild.-wish look several- different.' kinds but
t'o'know.-iharp'oor George-left some";"emed; to" re��ivc but .Im'c benefit
word or-"token  for. her-^for. us-per- l'f-r,orn i\hcm- ���...9?.e'."��.a.v. noticing'thc-
���-"   ���     ��� advertisement.-'. jf,-  Milburn's   -Heart
and   Nerve jPiilS' 1 'decided  ' tp;, .try
egg; l-�� cup sug4r. j tablc.
spoon o( butter melted; 1-4 teaspoon
of salt: 1-4 cup flour; 2 1-3 cups rolled oats; 1-3 cup shredded cocoa'nuf
1-4 teaspoon vanilla.
Mix the ingredients in the order
given, beating the egg an(i sugar
well before adding the other ingredients.' Drop by tcaspoonfuls on the
greased pans about two inches apart.
Bake ih a moderate oven Until a-delicate brown. Remove from the pans
at once aftcr baking.
Sugar Cookies.
Four ounces (1-4-pound) butter or
lard; 1 cup sugar! 1 egg; 1.4 cup
(about) milk or water; 2 teaspoons
baking powder; 2 cups flour* 1 teaspoon flavoring of spice
Sift together the flour, baking powr
der and spice. .��� Ground mace is suggested, for. part of the spice. Cream
the butter and "gradually a^j to it the
sugar. -'Add-'the beaten <-'gg. and. the"
flour -mixture, and enough milk to
make a'dough, stiff enough i0 bc ro|j:
cd out." Put ihc'dough7ij^ a iool
place to chill; Roll out in small' portions. Sprinkle.with sug^ cut and
bake on greased piates'about tenrnin-
ulcs." ." , "      ....
. One of the' real treats onc 3nay
makc without much .'trouble-is-apricot..dainty.       --'  -' /'       .'   '     " '
-.To prepare this,' soak, aftcr- washing, thoroughly, onc cupful of dried
apricots. Steam until-soft.' Maslj
through a coarse strainer..   .Add one
Supervise Immigration
There  Is  a Welcome Awaiting the
Right Type of Settler.
Strangers in a strange land vcryi
oftc'n find it difficult to get along, for
some littic time, no'matter how much
preparation is madc on thcir behalf.
Canada is a comparatively young
countiy, and. all those who wish to
become Canadian must come picpar-
ed to take things as thcy find them,
and generally to foi age foi themselves. Therc is tuorc than a welcome awaiting the jright type of settlers; but with all the best intention
in thc world no government can assure him content unless he is prepared to do his own share. But a
good deal of hardship may be spared
those who really should not leave thc
motherland if the department of immigration would exercise app'opnate
judgment on the other side of the
Atlantic���Victoria,  B.C.,  Times.
Tan gabaiuine is the matciial from
which this interesting riding habit is
oiiginatcd. Thc coat is cut in effective &tylc and is.quite long. Small
straps of the cloth conceal thc openings of the pockets. The breeches
are reinforced with tan-colored
leather that matches the top boots.
An Ascot tic of heavy silk foims a
pleasing backgiound for a diamond
pin. The tricornc hat is fashioned
from dark biown hatLcr's plush Of
course, should the wearer of this cos-
j tumc prcfcr~it, she might substitute a
regulation deiby. And a~bright-col-
ored) vest might bc introduced if shc
should so elect.
[ A Quick Relief
{
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for Headache
A headache is frequently caused
by badly digested food; the gatev
.end acfds resulting therefrom are
Absorbed by the blood which tn
turn irritates the nerves and
causes painful symptoms called
headache, neuralgia, rheuma-
ti��m, etc. 15 to 30 drops of
Mother Selgel's Syrnp will correct
faulty digestion and afford relief.;
14
Iron Ore in Alhe.ta
Investigations    Would    Appear    to
Prove that Iron Does Not Exist ���
^In Any Considerable "Quantity.
Whether or not "Alberta possesses
commercial quantities of iron ore will
bc known in thc near future: Investigations have been going on for
some time under thc supervision of
Prof. J. A. Allan, ancl a report is almost ready to bc handed down Itv
is said that this report will state the
iron ore deposits do not exist in any
"considerable quantity except in one
point which lies in thc Crow's "Nest
Pass country.
Thc deposits at Sheep Creek which
wcie supposed to be important, have
proven a fi'/zlo.-
China's Coal
1
How Iiisects Multiply
Insects If. Not Preyed on Would Soon
Destroy Mankind.
"If by any mischance the natural
enemies of insects were exterminated,
insects would cxtciminalc us in a
yeai's time,'1^ asserted Prof. J. B.
Wallis, in ,ihc fcouisc of a lcctuic 011
"Insects of Manitoba." The lecture
was given under the auspices of the
Natural History Society of Manitoba.
As an instance of how  the exler-
thc enemies of insects
would bring about thc speedy cxter-
of   thc   humu'i lace, Prof.-
Big Marketer Quality Which Has
Been Worked.
We have scen the estimate of
China's reserves of coal placed at
905,587,000,000 tons, as against the
European total of, say, 200,000,000,000,
of which (he Biitish quantity' is by
fai thc biggest. China's coal requirements aie stated to bo about 20,000,-
000 tons pcr annum, and with the
growing use of modern machinery her
output has begun to exceed, thc dome-lie consumption; hence the re-.-
ccnt export of coal to Europe. Generally speaking, the quality of coal
",\hich has been worked in China is
described as "soft," and, in most
cases, as resembling what in Great
Biitain would bc called second quality, but thcic is said to be a big market for such coal.���Hong Kong Press.
-His Preference. -
Teacher.���Now, Tom, hold your
head up and your shouldcis back���
you'd like lo^- have a fine carriage
when you're a man, wouldn't you?     ���
Tom  (doubtfully).���Well, I'd rath--
cr have an aeroplane.
��� 1    . .
min ation    of
���" Not Necessary.
A lady deeply intcjcstcd in health'minalion
mattcis and who adopted cye/y new   W allis stated thai thc wasp was cap-j
health system ancl took up ever) fiesh   able   of    laying   in    a single season!
health    theory    as    soon    as it, was   30,000 egg-;.   As foAhe Aphis, a tiny l,:
mooted, during a dinner conversation   bug found in the maple    tree,   if   it
the other evening engaged in a hy-   weie ..ot preyed upon by its natural
git nic debate with a friend. j enemies, sufficient would be produced
in   sin:   months   to sjvamp the whole
earth. ,
Thirty-two now poisons were dis-
co\cred dining thc great war in munition experiments in the United
States alone.
"Please tell me. I have heard so
many rliltei cut opinipus about it.
Ought onc to liet do you think, on
the right side?"
She im.igined th.it he was a doctor.
But   he   was   a lawyer,
blandly:
"If onc is on'thc right .side, madam,
it should not bc really necessary to
lie  at all."���New York  Globe,"
Ptof. Wallis in an interesting" way-
.md with the aid of slides, spoke of
the insects found in the province, and
He replied 1 gave an idea of the protective coloring and shapes thcy assumed in
ordci  to avoid the attacks    of . thcir
s
naliual enemies.
War Brought Wealth to Negro.
A negro at Seaford, Delaware, suddenly became wealthy as a result of
four of his sons being killed during
thc  -war.      l'-ach of the sons  had a
..luips'we had better'say'nothing"more
about, it', ;-:'Mtv. Dorkin." -;-.' :: "'.���"-���-
���  Dorkin;bowed.  ' "Asyou-wish,";hc
said.';''   Xi. ���'.-- '���'���"'��� '.'   ������.-. ���..-"-
them,., and :6eiorc  I  had--taken  more
Ihan'-tw.o :l>oxus. I could see they were
..     --_,.-- ...   - . ���      -       -     helping-me. , I  have .liken' about' ten
..Mr.  Dayton  stood- up.   ;,. Might- I  boxcS| a,,d" am.almost, cured of those
ask tliat. yo'u":t.rcat'wIiat..I have said to' terrible  spells-,
you as'cbnfidential?" he requested,""il
most pleadingly.".,-.   ..'-.     .- .',..  .-.?".
-   ''Assuredly, "Alrl Daytoni"   /   ���;
���".-.. - '   , (To. be "continued)-.       -.'   ���
cttp��� of siigar.      Beat  the  whites' of j 1>10��000 war lisk insurance policy, so
three:���eggs���" un til-very- stiff ~ "':"Fold
thcm into the apricot mixture.'   Chill-
arid, serve-with custard, saiicc.
' The sauce is. made from- i\xc yolks
of the ; three' eggs . combined ' with
one-fourth cup sugar, a. speck of
silt and a full pint, of mij^ -. - This
is cooked in the double boiler' un-
.til the mixture just coats th0 spoon:
Remove at 6'uc.c. Add onc-ila]f ica-
spoonfiil vanilla, chill and Scrv-e.
- B.C.,.'Liquor Act Effective .May." 1-.;
I   si'iccrclv
your "medicine has proved, a blessing
to me, and. I advise any" one troubled
wi.th=their heart to try- them,' as -l: am
cprifidcnr". thcy will find relief."- - '���.'- -
-.Milbuni-'s. Heart' and "Nerve Pills
arc. 50c * box atall dealers-or mailed
direct on-receipt of price. by>The:l
Expand British Trade in Canada.
- J'raiilv. Itellaway,-parliamentary secretary of .the.Overseas Trade" Department, in a survey of world, fradd prospects; says Canada; is. one 0f coi'ii-r
parativcly few countries Hhere the
"' fee!'.'that   financial condition's favorable to lhc
and impetuous, but loyal-to the"core..
But conic", he said -lightly,: ."ler nic   ��0_cratioir. liquor act
lead-you to .the .tea-and cakes.which  ������---- *
Mrs;| .LaPeer has prepared-for you,
and ybu must-make yourself comfortable in.the. cabin while - I seek-',niy.
other ���guests,--. .  7-._-"- ,---.'--' ���'���- ��� ,.i".
yy.-:"���'.������CHAPTER' X'lV/-\- . '.���-'
���l-',rkin: .found Pi" ^Va'shb'urn- and
Mr. Dayton down,in- that part of the
enclosure where.'all the animals meant
for shipment during -the coming autumn were kept.by themselves.. LaPecr was showing the visitors about:'
"Hello, BigvBojv1:, was Washburn's
greeting when, he spied Dorkin.-"And
Gn-BBM'gi   a You-are cot
7CH9 ��k experiment--
1 F Bill ��& lne   "hen
JL-S���'SBM Br% V>a n��e. Dr.
Urn tolllll fchase* oiut-.
ment for Eczema and -Skin Irritations. It relieves at once and gradually heals the skin. Sample Dox Dr.
CUase's Ointment free il. you. men Bon this
paper and send 2c. starap for postage. 60c. a
box.; all dealers or SdmaDfja,- Bates & Oo,
��iimt<d, Toronto, ��
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W.   N.   U.   1347
. Premier.-J.ohn. Oliver,"while in New ,!'���,,-���,- r- -. i ��� t-- -�����-/-���>��
y't '.. . ���--. ,...-: . - .--M-Milbuni Co.,- Lnmtcd. Toronto. Ont.
Wcstmin-stcr recently, stat.cd that, the     - ",   " . '    -'__ ��� ���   ���      .     .7" - .
-'; House' 1,550"-"Years . Old.' :v ���"
."���. 'l'he English, "castle, Saltwood, near.
Hytne;- which ^is- at-present "to let,''
ha>' '-An- 'intdrcs.ting history:. 7 It.,wis
built, by-.,Oisc,- son of.Heiigist, in/448,
inci. rebuilt.-by Hcnry'dc" Essex, the
King's -Standard-bearer,.-about 1100.
.Thomas A.'.B.cckett's murderers met
therein, 1162-and laid'their plans.-V.In
King John's reign it was .the'residence
of the-Archbishop"; of. Canterbury."-:
government hoped_'to--.have lh"c hew
in -force . by
May' 1. _���_. N'd. ininfa'tioni of thc-fnaturc
of, the probable, legislation .was��� giv-.
en', but the - premier-state'd. that when
tlie"-ic,t":-wis passed the" municipalities
would "find it y;or-th- while to appre-,
hend all the booze runners' arid bootleggers tliey-'could get hold of.""" '.;'���
'. Bird.Tmpre'^sar.i.o. .
The- latest'..occupation for female
���-endeavor, is teacliing,birds to - sing.
Living in a small'apartment-in New
York, is Miss Coffey, who is making
experiments'.of her methods', on more
than" a dozen "canaries. ..The birds
first-begin - to take." singing-'lessors
when    three   months  -old.'and
expansion of" Bntish  trade.
His Sentence., -
��� "A. teacher wrote a list of spellm"-"
words ou the board, asking.t],j. j,'iipjis
to-put thcin. into sentences to'illus-
4 tralc their meaning. One Word" vi-as
'goblet,''and a boy wrote . this sentence:,'If  Iliad a piece  of, cake.   I
would goblet.'?\x    yy y    - .������'���''���
thar Sclby'is now "due "to "receive $40,-
000, which will bc paid to him at the
rate of $230 a months for twenty
v��ars.
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Coupons Won't  Depreciate.
'Ih# men who bought Victory
Bonds and held thcin may be disappointed in the sales prices but never
iu the coupons. ' They're ns good
as ca^h ���KiKngston  Whig.
Newfoundland is  the smallest self-
governing   dominion    of
empire. ,
Eve's Tomb.
A mile to thc north of the town of
Jeddah lies thc tomb of Eve. Here,
according to tradition, the mother of
the race was buried. It is in many
respects a remarkable monument,
famous-for-its-great lengthens it"is
contended that Eve was vcry tall. According to her tomb she must have
stood nearly 400 feet high. Shc
must have been of a somewhat
strange shape, as hcr grave is only
10 or 11 feet wide! The tomb is a
Mohammedan shrine.
He Should Worry.
He was a wise man that said lhat
hc hadn't time ii worry.    In the daytime he was too busy, and at night hc
the British j w<w    too    sleepy.���The    Black    and
j Magenta (New Concord,'Ohio).
ToCure aCold
in One Day
Take
Grove's
Laxative
Bromo
Quinine
tabids
Be sure its Bromcr
The genuine bears tbis signature
30c.
"More.; of   us.would reach the top if
thc neighbors would -quit sli0v;n��� .
y y Britain Respected
Earl    Derby,    the 'retiring British
ambassador    to    France, speaking at
Liverpool," Eng.,  said:   "Don't  make
any mistake;. Great   Britain  is  bang
bird,' at the-top of the tree abroad/.There
breeders admit lhat her canaries, deserve all .the. prizes; that. arc..annually
awarded to them at the.bird shows.   .
Silence often covers a. Jot of ignor
ance.
may be some who do not like 'us.
There- arc many who do not'in -the
least understand-us, but- there is not
a-singlc.one who does not respect us,
and I would sooner have that than
anything else."
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\   ��� -   Safeguarding tne  Public Health
\ In previous articles in this scries, reference was made to certain sub
jects, legislation in regard to and administration of which are subject to
'~- ..   f     dual   control  by  thc   Dominion   Parliament  and   Provincial   Legislatures.
Among such subjects, which, however, was not previously enumerated, is
- Public Health.
-    < - The Dominion parliament, which recently created a Federal Depart-
mentof Public "Health, is responsible for the establishment and enforcement of'quarantine to prevent the introduction of~disease into Canada from
_  -    abroad; for the establishment and maintenance of Marine Hospitals; for the
r " medical inspection of immigrants, and, generally, work of an educational
^ character affecting the health and well-being of all thc Canadian people.
The larger portion of the burden of expense and administration irTconnection with safeguarding the public hpalth is imposed on the Provinces,
v which are respons:ble for the establishment, maintenance, and management
of hospitals, asylums, charities, institutions for. thc,deaf and dumb, bl'nd,
��� mentally deficient, and so forth. Under Provincial legislation the direct
and active management of many of these institutions is naturally, and prop-
crly/placed upon municipal authorities, but thc Provincial Government-
males largc annual contributions towards the cost of thcir upkeep.
To a much morc general extent than ever before, Governments and
people the world over have/awakened to a realization of the imperative
duly devolving upon them to improve the physical standard and general
health of the^peoplc; also that the safeguarding and improvment of thc
public health is not a mere local matter, nor even "national, but international.
A plague or outbreak of disease in any one country may, in these.days of
rapid transportation and close communication, threaten all other countries.
People and Governments have at least come to a realization, of the fact
that human life is morc valuable than the life of domestic livestock; that
thcyjiavc been absurdly inconsistent in the past in expending huge sums to
improve ,thc standard of horses, cattle, sheep ancl swine, and to eradicate
disease amongst them, while in many important ways failing to provide'for
the health and lives of mothers and babies, upon whom depends the whole
future. vof the human race and the citizenship of the world.
Bc it said to the cvci lasting credit of the Western Provinces of Canada
that they arc well in the load in thc adoption of the most approved laws
and methods of sanitation, inspection ofi food supplies, the provision of
grants to needy expectant mothers"; in thc payment of mothers' pensions, in
thc establishment of the most mod"rn and best equipped hospitals, psvluins
and sanatqriums. Thc scheme of union hospitals for groups of-adjac-nl
i -municipalities-is one of the finest things yet devised, because through this
plan, hospital facilities arc being brought within reach of the people living
in isolated rural communities. The" expense imposed on Provincial nnd
municipal treasuries is heavy; but it is money well spent, and wi'l pay largc
dividends in better health and a higher physical standard in thc ycars to
come, not forgetting the hours of suffering prevented or lessened to thej
\ people of today. - j
While recognising.that the saf-guarding and promotiolf of the public
The cleanliness of
the sealed package
appeals to the daintiness  of a  woman.
She knows that it
protects the .contents
from dust, "dirt, odors
and moisture.
She will be doubly
pleased with our new
waxed board package
���which-we have
adopted after several
years of testing���because it Ms stronger,
more secure and more
completely air-tight;
altogether the best'
container for tea that
has yet been devised.
Red Rose Coffee is as
generously good as
Red Rose Tea .
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BANK OF MONTREAL
Discounts Grasshopper F-ars.
'"Only in places where thc adult
giasshoppcis appeared last yer is it
possible for thcm to appear next
sptingji'j the plague only spreads by
thc adults Hying and the   laying    of
health and thc prevention of disease is primarily a duty of Governments, i ��-?BS ' by    lhc   femalcs" saicl ,lcorSc
Annual General Meeting, Held 6th
December, 1920. N
The 103rd Annual General Meeting
of the Shareholders of the Bank of
Montreal was held on Monday, December 6th, at the Bank's Headquarters. The President, Sir Vincent Meredith, Bart., occupied the chair, and pre-
sented\lhe annual report of the Directors.    ^ \
Before moving the adoption of the
report, Sir Vincent Meredith gave a
comprehensive review of the economic sikiatio'il. During the year, hc
said,   an   overwhelming   demand   foj-
%:redit had taxed resources to the utmost. It had been difficult to make
men who'had grown accustomed \o
high prices recognize the fact that
economic conditions, which no artificial means, can alter, alone are the
cause of price decline. "The demand
for intervention through Government
control is still insistent in some quarters," hc sa'd. "Canada alone cannot
control world-wide conditions, and it
is idle to turn to the Government for
relief from falling prices. This applies
to wheat as well as to other commodities."..     ' -
Suinhiing up, he. said: "Thc situation
in''Canada at present, as r-yic\v it, is
that while there docs not appear to bc
any cause forN apprehension, therc is
cvery reason for the exercise of" the
utmost measure of caution. " Cm ada
cannot disassociate herself from world
conditions, and world conditions are
not satisfactory. On this continent thc
two ycars supervening unon thc Armistice havc been markrd by unexampled trade act'vity and prosperity, a
circumstance common to the conclusion of a'l great wais, but the reaction
has set in and may not yet bc in full
play. Happily, Canada is well buttressed on many sides, and Ih" exercise of
piudence ancl sagacity should cpab'c
h"r to meet the shork of falling prices,
restricted credits and d'dated currency
without   serious   impairment   of   her
{���commercial and finpncal vitality.'-'
Thc General Managei Sir Frederick
Wil'iams-Taylor, in levicwing rfi" operations of lhc Rank during the ycar,
said the payment of a bonus of 2% lo
the shareholders wa1? notahe outcome
of higher latcs of interest on current
'oans in Canada but a reflection of the
increase in-current loans and of high
interest  rates  on   call   loans   in   Mew
rayl
y.
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the fact is also recognized that no Governmental bodv can meet the whole! ?aXh0' ?'  Ulc  ^Iamtobii   Department   York. the volume of which -fots gov-
1 of   Agriculture.^    Air.   Balho   slated   crnrd by lhe Bark's requirements  m
lhal  thc reports' issued    by    Arthur' liquid   reserves.   One   anomalv  which
Gibson, Domiiiipn    entomologist,    at
Ottawa, would lead pcop'c to believe
���    i
need. Furthermore, a Government can only move-albng-advancccl lines as!
rapidly and to^ thc cxt'nt that pub'ic "opinion will support. .Hence there
have been bi ought into being many voluntary organizations to act as assistants to Governments, and to'undcrtakc certain duties which can bc more
efficiently carried on by such organizations than bv a Department of Government." There afc, for example,"the Society for tlm Prevention'of Tuberculosis, thc Association of Mental Hygiene, thc Babies' Welfare organization, thc Society for the Prevention of Venereal Diseases, the St. John Ambulance Association, Children's Aid Societies, ancl the Red Cross with its
"peace-time-programme for "the improvement of health, the pievcntion lof
diseases and the mitigation of suffering throughout the world."
All these organizations aie aids to Government. They cairy on educational, propaganda. Thcy^employ experts"in their various ^branches.
Thcy render invaluable service in many wajs and to au extent which the
average man and woman 'ittlc realizes
that the grasshopper plague would
extend all over Manitoba,'but that
this  was   not  lhc  case.
A MOTHER'S TRIALS-
educating thc people to demand thosc reforms and to support Governments
in carrying them into effect.
Taken all in all, public health matters constitute one of the most important duties, of our Provincial Governments in this more, enlightened age.
Care   of~Home  and   Children   Often
Causes a Breakdown.
Thc  .woman    at   home,    deep    in
In addition to bcing aids to Gov-, household    duties    and    the cares of
cinmcnts, they .arc a spur to thcm, urging thcm on to greater reforms, and I motherhood, need* occasional help to
! kep hcr in good health. lhe demands upon a mother's health are
many and severe. Her own he: 1th
trials and her*childrcn!s welfare exact
heavy toils, while'* hurried meals,
broken rest and much 'indoor living
tend to weaken her constitution. No
wonder that the woman 'at home is
often indisposed through weakness,
headaches, backaches and nervousness, v Toq_many women havc grown
to accept these visitations as a pari
of the lot of motherhood. But many
and varied as her health troubles arc,
thc cause is simple and relief at hand.
When wel', it is thc woman's good
blood that keeps her well; wh n ill
shc must make her blocd rich to renew her health. The nursing mother
more  than  any other woman  in  the
Tight Money P nching Many
Thousands morc arc being squcez-
.'ed by aching corns which can be ctir-
,cd quickly with Putnam's Corn Extractor ", Being*, free from'caustics,
Putnam's is. painless. Us d successfully for fifty years. . TJse no other,
2Se at all dealers.
Good Market 1'or
Canadian Butter
V	
Predicted That Prices Will Continue
at a Level That Will Encourage
- '   . Production.
"To forecast prices for thc next few
ycars woirld bc dangerous even for a
sage, but I venture to assure you that
butter prices will continue at a level
that will encourage production," said
President J. A.  McFecters,    of    the '��� il'
1 attracted attention wa^ that with ci edit restriction as" acute here as it was
acioss lhe line, the priee-of money was
materially low ( r in the Dora nion. This
condition hc said was i.egarded as a tribute to Canada's good banking system.
Dealing' with the growth of thc
Bank's opcialions, hc said: "It is note-
woithy lhat the greatest expansion of
the Bank during the past few yars
has been in our own countiy. Th"s is
revealed in our greatly increased loans
?nd deposits in Canada and in the number of blanches opened during the
period."
Loans       Deposits    Branches
in Canada     in'Canada   in'Can.
,1914    $123,147,000  $168 557 000   173
1920     240,725,000    358878,000   302   '
Thc annual report was unanimously
adopted and thc retiring directors were
re-elected. Thc sharcho'dcrs gave approval to the motion by I ord Shaughnessy to increase die muiib^r of directors from 16 to 18 and to the two new
positions on the Boaid were elected
Sic Lomei Gouin and General Sir
Aithur Cuirie.
At a. subsequent meeting of Directors, Sir Vincrnt Meredith. Bart., vvas
re-elected president, .md Sir Charles
Gordon, G.B.E, was le-elcctcd vice-
president.
 ���*	
All That Is Asked.
From thc. older���ancl tougher���
Germans nothing but this haughty
spirit ought, perhaps, to be expected.
Thc y6ungcr generation may lead thc Canadian Creamery Association at the
facts differently. But of neither old opening of thc annual convention at
nor, young is it demanded that  they j Toronto.
stand in a white sheet loudly confess- i     "In Montreal, thc gtcat batter .ceiling that" they have    been"  miserable J trc   of  Canada,   the  receipts   for  the
' sinners.      Until   they   do   that,  it  is! 1920 season  has been    about    71,000
vain for them to hope that the world   packages, (about   16    carloads)
Like all anniversaries, Christmas
iccullb old pleasures, sweet memories
and vanished friendships. This ycar
these feelings are more intense because of thc many thoughts we havc
of loved ones "over there." Great
indeed will be tlie effort to bridge the
gap between this holiday season, between those da\ s of anxious hopes
and thc happy times we used to know.
But it behooves to right abotit facc,
if only nor one short day, and recall
vividly to, our minds that piecious
early faith in the gloriousness of life
which was our buthnght, and which
we can never recall, however hard wc
may try. It is our urgent duty to remember that wc owe it to our children, this filling thcir hearts with
memories which will cheer them
throughout thcir lives. They feel
now as wc once felt, they havc the
same hopes and believe just as earnestly, and their virion of the future
is clear aiul rosy. We must help to
kefp it so, lo fnmly establish in thcir
hearts a beautiful conception of a��
beautiful day. Wc cannot conceal
the fact lhat Christinas isn't'what it
used fo be iu bounty and entei taining,
but we can make up for it in keeping
lhc spirit, and in hclp'ng the kiddies
to keep as long as possible the poetic
and' ideal sulc of life Nativity.
Nothing so cicatos happiness as the
il
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will  foi get, or that they can be admitted as respectable members of in--
tcrnational    society. ���  New    York
"Times?' '      ���
Many . infants arc infested by
worms whicli cause great suffering
and if not promptly dealt  with  may!
less
than" last year's. The output of
creamery butter in thc west for 1920
will about equal that of last year."
Board to Sell 1921 Wheat.
The  Canadian   Council Agriculture
has  formulated  a  plan   for  handling
Origin of the Lamp Chimney.
The action of a child playing wilh
a     bottom'ess     oil-flash,     which   his
Vorkl needs rich blood aud pl-nty of' brot1,let/���a s��',ss "icc-hanic h""1"1 Ar
There   is  one  way- to   get   this
good blood so necessary to perfect
health, and that it through tlie use
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These
piTs make ncw blood, and through
their use thousands of weak, ailing
wives and mothers have b'en made
bright, cheerful imd strong. If you
are ailing, easily, tired or depressed,
it is a duty y8u owe yourself and
vour family to give Dr. W'lliams'
Pink Pills a lair trial.- What"this
medicine has done for others it will
surely do for vou.
��� Y
Pii
gand, idly placed over thc flame of
his oil-lamp, gave birth to the lamp-
chimney.
sharing of it; it is-the- peculiar property of all true pleasures to giow as
they are distributed. So young minds
may early learn the value of this
truth, by being shown that the surest
road to : twining contentment is to
make others happy by their unselfishness and sacrifice.
Some dear children I know arc
planning a community Christmas.
They are saving thcir extra pennies, and "have asked their paienls to
give them, instead of piesents, the
money they would spend for thcm,
and for the other family gifts. These
young patriot.v-are fitting up baskets
of food anel little toys for the charities in thcir home town, and ^on
Christmas morning thcy will aid in
distributing them.' For thcir own
eel bration they havc arranged a cantata, and in thcir spare moments thcy
'practice earnestly. There will be no
caparisoned hobby horses, no flaxen-
haired French dollies, so far as the
children know. But there is* pretty
sure to be a real surprise for them
when the day is over,-though they arc
firm about not wanting any to\s, o>
"extravagant" things as one youngster
said to his mother. What a wonderful storehouse of memories those
childien are building, what chaiactcrs
they will have when they have attained their growlh!     Their parents will
have to introduce a string of^popcorn
and a little tarkton bag or two, just
to keep their modern children's hands
in. At any late ihey have surrendered self in a beautiful way that sets-
a worthwhile example for tluir ciders.
Another group of*families has a
unique scheme on foot, .which not
only presages a happy day for the
children, but which will also keep the
oldei^ members of thc family from
feeling too keenly the sight of empty
chairs. These neighbors will have
breakfast and a tree for thc 'children
at one home. When the excitement
is o-\ er, thcy will all climb into their
car>, and spend thc whole day, except
for a brief rest "for a basket lunch, in
taking less fortunate children for
rides. In the late afternoon a Hoov-
erized menu will bj" prepared at another homeland the day will eijd with*
an-old-fashioned evening of ,charadcs
ancl music. Thc participants will no ���
doubt go home with a healthy tired
feeling, and a desire for sleep which
won't be denied, This program
doesn't allow for any minutes of loneliness or depression.
It looks more and more" as if we
were to return gradually to the old
timc celebrations; to Christmas cs"'*
lacking in excessive bounty but-' infinitely more licahh-givinE, and,
morc conducive to good fellowship,
unselfishness  and  democracy
PrCjlcet the child from the ravages
of worms by using  Mother Giaves s! made  legal.
Worm  Exterminator.      It is a standard   remedy,  and  yais  of  use have
enhancer! its recitation.
U.S. Imm.gration Bill Caus��s Concern
Reports frour the centres of Last-
etn Europe indicate that thc proposed legislation to bar immigration
from lhe United'States and Canada
is creating concern. The United
Slates consulates are besieged by
thousands seeking vises to migrate to
the w estcrn world beforc thc  act is
li^i^w^MW
You    can~gr t" Dr.���Williams'~Pink n,      '" .'
1's through any dealer in medicine!   "
by mail at 50c a box or s'x boxes , *or^ '
for $2.50 from    The   Dr.    Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
cause constrtutional weaknesses diffi--' the 1921 wheal crop of Western Can-
cult    to    remedy.      Miller's    Worm ' ;uia, through thc Unit< d Grain ("row-
Powders  will clear the stomach and   crs_   Thc orgunizati0i, having'charge
bowels of worms and will so act upon |   , ,.        ... ....        ,        .    ,   .  , ,
thc system that th'cre will be no re-' of t,lc scIll"�� ��1,! l>c a b<>^d of eight
currcncc of thc trouble. And not
only this, but "thcy will repair the injuries to {he organs that worms cause
and restore them to soundness.
A Diminutive Calf,
J. Palmer, a Moosomiu dairyman,
is the' owner bf a calf which, for
diminutive size, breaks all local records. Thc calf, whose mother is
a .1,600 pounder, weighed just 10
pounds when two days old, and is
said tc be about lhc size of a largc
cat. This wee bovine is as smart on
its feet as thc ordinary calf several
times its size.
All men lovc power, but few know
'how to-use it.
members representing the different
provincial grain growers associations?.
The farmers arc to be asked lo pledge
themselves to sell their wheat only
tlirough the board, for a period of
five ycars at least.
Worltl's Airplane Record.
Sadi Lecointc, the French n\ialor,
has broken the world's airplane speed
record for four kilometers. Flying
at Villa Coiiblay, he negotiated'the
distance in 46 seconds, or at the rate
of 194.5,miles per hour.
Clydesdale Horses *���
I1 rom Scotland
Western   Canada   Fasmeis   Putting
Forth Efforts to Improve Quality
of Stockt
The    farmers    in  Western Canada
are  peTMStent in  their efforts  to improve the quality of theii hoises, cattle, sheefl and swine, and new blood
is  constantly being added.      One  of
the bfc'-t known Clydesdale exhibitors
in   WtsW-ni   Canada,   3!en   Fiiilayson,
has  just  arrived   in   Brandon,   Manitoba, with anot'fer    consignment    of
Clydesdale    libf-es    from    Scotland.
Knch  year  it  is   lhc  custom  of  Mr.
Finla\oou to journey lo Scotland and
Don't worry if your sins  find you   there pick iip the b.st stock available,
out; they will be si're to call again.���j Flo has biought a"shipment of twenty-
E. W. Howe.
If
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Look, into it!
If tea or coffee drinking disturbs health or comfort, switch to
There's a big gain toward
- heakhtmthc0nvenimce, economy; and no loss in satisfaction
ewcEmmmrwHERESEamim
UffiS' ������'TtSTTJTTf
4,700 Miles of Streets.     "
There    are    forty-seven     hundred
miles  of  streets  in New  York City.
rcr  words, a  stroll  fiom   Kew
lo Tetrograd would be no longer  than a walk through all  thc city
streets.
Choked for Air. Somc little jirit-
ant becomes lodgecLin the bronchial
tubes, others gather, and thc awful
choking of asthma results. Quick
and positive relief is afforded by usiirg
Dr._J._P. KLllogg*s'_Asthina_R medy.
Thc healing, soothing smoke or vapor
penetrates, clears the passages and
gives untold relief. It has behind it
ycars of surccs. It is the sure remedy for evcry sufferer.
Printing in thc raised characteis
for the blind has been done for 130
years.
POISON
LIKE
UNTO
VENOM
OF
SNAKES .
U.S. Would Bar Wheat For Year.
An  embargo  for one  year  against
the impoitation of wheat, wheat flour,
barley, rye, oats, flax, wool, hogs, cat-
I tic and sheep i.s proposed in a bill in-
] troduecel    by    Representative Young,
I Rc publican, North Dakota.      Hc also
introduced   a  bill   establishing  a  pcr-
maiitnt    schedule   of   impoit .duties
upon   tins.'  iicns  after  tin   one year
embargo
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one Cljdcsd.ilc stall.ons '.and one
marc from Scotland. The trip was
made .without anj rnioward incident,
none of the horses bcing sic^c on thc
way over. The horse-, have been
quartered in Hramlou and thc tiCKt j
two or three months will be spent in
putting" them in the be��t condition,
following their trip acioss the ocean.
Ml-nard's Liniment Fer Colds, Etc.
Anc'ents Thought Ony>: Unlucky.
Thc onyx was at one time credited
wi'h malignant powers, the superstitious fo'k of the Middle Ages bc-
lievirg that anyone wearing an onyx
would be visited by evil spirits at
night, and have troubleel dream-.
If one be troubleil. v.ith corns, hc
wi! find in Hollowa\\s Corn Remover- an application that will entirely relieve suffering.
Sometimes   in   after   i-ears,   when
thcy talk of thHr wedding,   thc
cri:s and the husband ��Xct\ Is.
I'rofi/8** II. ^ikuiss, M. I>..of the Uovsl
Chanty Hospital, viy*, "The cr.iiao tor b.n
nttrrk ot {tout, rhounmtitm, lumbago, is
Mipf.liwl by the inert-imp of uric acid rn tb��
blood wrum, tli<> result ol various causes,
thc most ficqucnt of which is :ennl. Befora
an attaek, oni' buffers snmptutio* from heiid-
*"ho, nsumlsiu, tvringes of pain h��re and
there."
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When your Iridn'yii teol like lumps ot
l��ad. when tho kick hurts or the unno is
clouuv. full of sediment, or you have r!��-u-
m.tlii- puias or lumbago. ko<u, seiatioa,
oh ain at your nearest drug atora "Am-rie"
(sjiti-uric-acid).
This is thc discovwv of Dr. Pierce of
the Invalids* Hotel, Buffalo, X. Y. "An-
unc" ia an antidote for this uric acid poiscr*-
iiig and dissol���. es urie- and in the bod> much
is hot eoffee di'dolvra fukv-.
"Anuric" will penetrate into the johtta
and muvles, and diR*e��lve the poironoiia
accumulations,   lt will stamp out toxica.
_Montreal, Que.:���"I cannot prai*? Dr.
Pierce's Anuric (anti-uric-acid) enough for
wh.it it ha.. don��" for me'. For three months
I was under the doctor's care aud got no
hotter. I was always eomj4air.irsg of my
kidneys. I did not know sxhit to do, I
read about Anuric md roado up my mind
to try it. I have taken two boxc- and
don't complain anv more. 1 have"gained in
weight'and am still gaining. M\ appctit��
ir Rreat aivi *le��p has crvci" to mc That ia
what the Anuric "I ablets have done for ms.
I do truly recommend th^m to those who
are stifferius the way I did. The tah'et*
are raighty good, though not eipensava.
Ha-^y to bay, but hard to beat."���T. A,
BROWN. 3SS Doichorfrr St. W.
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More Iriigaiion for Southern Alberta,
l'l.iiib .ind estimate-* tor another
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It Will Relieve a Cold.���Colds are
thc coisi.r.onc-r ailments, of mr.nkSnd
and'-if neglcctod nifty b\id to serious
conditions. Dr. lhornas' Eel<*eiric
Oil ttill r*lie%c the bronchial pas��r����-s
of inflammation -vecdiiv and thor-
oi'ch'y and vwil strengthen them
acain-t subsequent attack. -And as it
e.w- thc infi.wnr.atioa it will stop the
co'i��.i�� because it al'avs all irritation
ir> the throat.     Trv it and prove it.
Thatch Roofs 200 Years Old.
Some thatch roofs in Holland arc
200   years    o!J ard are still serviceable.
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"BAYER"  ARE  ASPIRIN
Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer CroSs*'
For Oold��. Pain, Headache, Neural
pra,   Toothache,   Earache.' and   for
Rheumatism. Lumbal*, Sciatica., Neu
riti��. take A=pirin marked "with Die
name "Bayer*1 or you are not taking
Astjnjn at all.
Acwpt   only   "Bayer   Tablets   of
Aspirin'*   in   an   uubrokea   "Bj-jer"
package -which contains complete directions. Thea yoa are getting real
Aspirin���the geaahas Aspiria proscribed by physicians for over nineteen years. Kow made ia Canada-
Haady tia boxes containing 12 ta"b-
lets cost but a few cents. "Drapgista
also sell laigsr "Bayer5*
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They* Is tmlr eae Aipir:-.���^BRyer"���"ST��i ��**t e*r *B��yes*
���will ** stamped -wStfe tiwir sttitT*l tra��* 3MT*, ti* "B��m �������
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Is #2.50 a year strictly in^advance, or $$
when not paid for three months or more
have passed. To Great Britain and the
United States $3., always in advance.
G. W. A. SMITH
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ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Sstray Notices ...3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim ap-1-
pears it< notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.).
AU other legal'advartising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
sach subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Trauscieut display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals I2^c. a line each in-
iftrtioii.
Central School Report
December 1920.
429
35
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The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
thatthe editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Xmas Plums
Be merry.
Be friendly.
Love all, hate none.
Make everybody happy.
Wish all a Merry ChriBtmas.
Forget your grudges and give a
friendly grasp.
Don't spend the day so that it
will bring regret.
May your Xmas overflow with
pleasure is the wish of The Ledge.
If you enjoy a good fat dinner
don't forget the many that will
surround a scanty table.
We wish onr readers a merry
time. Be good, be true and be
cheery, and may your Christmas
be right merry.
W. A. Bazaar
The Junior W. A., held  a  very
successful  bazaar   in  the  Guild
Hall on Saturday  afternoon  and
under   the   supervision   of  Mrs.
Taylor   and   Mrs.   Mills.     The
hall, was tastefully decorated and
the booths were pretty and nicely
arranged, .   The    candy '_ booth
which contained boxes of delicious
home made candy, :was attended
by. Ruby   Goodeve   and   Sylvia
Price,  while   the   Fancy Goods
Booth, attracted a great deal of
.attention and was in charge of
Ethel Fraser. and Cecilia Hallstrom.  Tea and cake were served
at   little   tables. y   The   raffling,
created mild excitement,   Sylvia
Price winning the cradle and Mrs.
Rendell holding the lucky number forthe doll..   Tlie  beautiful
quilt, which took many hours of
earnest toil by the girls, was won
, by Ruby Goodeve.    Mrs. McLeod
was the successful   candidate, in
the plum,pudding guessing com-
-petition. .Two cakes and' a  doll
���-ere auctioned.     I.  H.  Hallett
bidding in one   cake   and Till v
McDonell the other, while  R. O,
��� Fisher . was   the highest bidder
tor the doll.   The proceeds pf the
bazaar will  go  to. missions . and
money raised on the raffling will
go  to St.. Jude's. Church.    The
members 'of!; the  Junior W��'.A"
spent. much  time . to make . this
bazaar a success and much, praise
is due them for their efforts." - V
DIVISION I
V. E. Tripp, Principal.
Total attendance
No. ih actual attendance
No. with perfect attendance
Perfect attendance:
Emmet Anderson, Jac-k Anderson, Mabel Axam, Russell Eustis,
Sam Eustis, Dolly Granberg,
Harold Folvik, Gordon Jenks,
John Kerr, Mary Kerr, Silvia
Price, Gertrude Dixon, Ethel
Benson, Horace DuHamel, Ruby
Goodeve, Mary Klinosky, Cicilia
Hallstrom, John McDonell, William McLeod, Annie Thorslund.
Standing.
Senior. IV (Eutrauce): Maria
Williamson, Edna- Williamson,
Estella Storer, Emmet Anderson,
Ethel Fraser, Mabel Axam, Gordon
Jenks,,, Joe Klinosky, Russell
Eustis, Jack Anderson, Harold
Folvik, Johnson Beattie, Agda
Carlson, Dolly Granberg, Lilly
Intilla. ��� ��
Junior Reader IV: Mildred
McLaren, John Kerr, Gertrude
Dixon, George Morrison, Margaret
Eddie, Anund Anderson, Sam
Eustis, Silvia Price," Mary Kerr.
Senior Reader II I: Ruby Goodeve, Cicilia Hallstrom, Joe Putzel,
William McLeod, Ethel Benson,
Eraine Duhamel, Horace Duhamel, Annie Thorslund, Allan
Fraser, John McDonell.
DIVISION II
Cecilia M. Mcintosh, Teacher
Number in attendance       -        19
No. in perfect attendance   -       13
Average attendance        -       17.61
Perfect "attendance:
Bessie Bidder, George Bryan,
Doris Dixon, Lawrence DuHamel,
Lloyd Eustis, Percy Fraser, Irene
Inglis, Clarence Johnson, Doris
Kinsman, Kathleen, McLeod, Edward Wilson, John Putzel, Frank
Campolieto. V
Promoted to Intermediate Third
Reader: Edward Wilson, Bessie
Bidder, Doris Kinsman.
Promoted _,to Junior Third
Reader: Lawrence DuHamel,
Clarence Johnson, Doris Dixon,
Lloyd Eustis (on trial.)
Promoted to Senior Second
Reader:. George Bryan, Irene
Inglis,.John Putzel, Helen Kerr,
Percy Fraser, Harry Halstrom.
.      "     DIVISION. Ill
Christian Valley News
in
Charlie   Noren. is   trapping
this section this winter.
F. O. Peterson and August Lin-
gren are making ties below West-
bridge.
Jack Cochran has disposed of
part of his trap line to Kelsey and
Brown of Sidley.
Miss Oakes is in charge of the
school here having succeeded Miss
Crozier of the B. C. University.
A very successful concert and
dance was held iu the Christian
Valley school on Dec. 17th. The
concert was given by the scholars
who had been well trained by the
teacher. The program consisted
ef a Christmas play "Santa Claus
Readys" by the pupil:-; also two
dialogues. Tbe Cute family and
Mr. Dasle goes shopping, given by
Miss Oakes aud the scholars.
Mrs. Christian accompanied . the
children's songs. After the entertainment refreshments were served
followed by dancing which was
kept up until three o'clock.
The Family Herald
And Weekly Star
The Family Herald- and Weekly
Star of'Montreal has announced
that after December 31st, 1920, the
subscription price of that great
weekly will be $2.00 per year in
Canada, England Ireland or Scotland, and $2 50 to the United
States. ��� The recent heavy increase in the cost of white paper
make the slight advance necessary.
In fact it is only a slight portion of
the increased cost over pre- war
prices of production. All renewals
and subscriptions, the publishers
say, mailed before December 31st,
1920, will be accepted at the old
rate of. $1.50. Even at the advanced price of $2.00 a year The
Family Herald'is regarded as the
best value'on the Continent. It is
acknowledged to be absolutely
without a rival, hence its enormous circulation.
O. VX MEGGITT
GRAND FORKS. B.O.
Dealer in Farm Produce, Railroad Ties
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale. List your lands
with me,    Have a buyer for good ranch
JOHN GRASSICK
Watchmaker aud Jeweler
GRAND FORKS
Mail  your watch" foi* Repair and I will
mail it back.   Charges are moderate.
DR. J.  Al, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
Announces
That he has located, at Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. MacLean's House
Office Phone 90.       Residence Phoue 69
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
f T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED A.ND REPAIRED!
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
OOO^OOOOOOtiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC
Culameeti Hotel
PRINCETON, B.C.
One of the largest hotels in
the city.    Beautiful location,
fine rooms and lasty mealc.
A- 0. JOHNSON
Proprietor
TREM0NT HOTEL
NELSON, B.C.
Nicely furnished rooms, by the
dav-, week or month
. Nilson     -.        ��� Proprietor
NEW  GRAND  HOTEL
616 Vernon St.. Nelson
Brick building and finely furnishedjrboms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -  Proprietor
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSOM, Assayer and
Cheniis', Box diio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
$1 25 sach. Gold-Silver $1.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead $3 00. Sil-
ver-Lead^$2.oo. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges for other metals, etc., ou application,
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer in
WOOD
Orders Promptly Filled
WATER NOTICE
��� - Farewell Party. - /
The, many, frienbs   of Victoria
.   Shillcock gave her a surprise party
and farewell at her home in Kettle
"Valley on Monday night   prior to
her   departure   for   Edmonton  to
enter a Business College. 7 Over 40
people were present and   at. once
made themselves at  home, .. The
, early part of the evening was pleas--
antly spent in. all   sorts efr, games
..,���- and after a dainty sapper dancing
was   indulged in until; after two
o'clock.     Miss Shillcok was   presented with a beantifdl gold  wrist
watch as a. token   of respecfe and
high esteem in which she ' is < held
by all throughout the entire   dis-
strict. -        -X'
Aa .ths old darkey said, "A
chicken am de mos' nsefallest
animnle dere be. To can: est him
befoah he am bofen and ftffceh he
ara dead. ,....
: Josephine McKee, Teacher.
No. in in actual attendance   -   28
Perfect attendance  "     - 15
Perfect attendance:
Eileen, Bryan, Helen Bakke,
Merideth Fenner, "Roy" Hallstrom,"
Lewis Mitchell,. Robert Mitchell,
Malcolm McLeod, 7 Laura1 .Mills,
Bertram Price, Marguerite Ritchie,
Alice Ritchie, Margaret Royce,
Mary. . Skelton, : Edward... Parry,
Allan   McCurrach. ���.;   X.-,;
Proficiency List. 7 ~    ...
7 First Reader:: Lawrence Folvifcy
Lewis, Mitchell,-'Rbberfe y Mitchell,
Ed ward Parry, Margaret Royce.
y> Second Primer: Merideth5 Fenner, Malcoim^ McLeod; 7.Eileen
Bryan, Mary Sk^lfcouV Daniel Kerr.
Bertram .Price,, Dick Morrison,
Marguerite Ritchie, Helen  Bakke."
First;; Primer:: Arthur ..Cox,
Xvpnne.Swayne, Allan McCurrach,
Daisy- .Watson,- Irene Watson,
Roy Bakke, Robert Carlson.
..Receiving.. Clasp:-V Laura .Mills,
Mary : Putzel/ Alice .Ritchie; Lewie
Clerf,. Roy . Hallstrom,. Violet
Benson,: Charlie Royce.
(Diversion and Use).
TAKE NOTICE that Herbert Holmes whose
address is Beaverdell, B. C,,' will apply for a
licence to take and use 500 (gallons per &a.y of
water out ol Beaver creek, which flows southwesterly and drains inlo West fork of the
Kettle river about H mile -vest oi Beaverdell,
B.C.
The water will be diverted from the stream
at a point about 550 feet in,a northerly direction from thp North-East corner of Lot BS09
(Part of Lot 1545) and will be used for irrigation purposes upon the laud described as B509
(Part of Lot 1545) Beaverdell. B.C.
This notice was posted on the ground on
the 25th day of November, 1920. -
A copy of this notice and an application pur
snail t thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914" will
_be_filed in the office of. the Water-Recorder (it
Grand Forks, B. C.
Objections to the application may be filed
with the said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water ights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within thirty days
after the first .appearance .of this notice in a
local newspaper.        ... .   '
The date of the first publication of this notice
is November 25th, 1920.
'.-     .     ' H. HOLMES,
-.."..-'���'    '���'���.    - ���- .Applicant.
MATTHEWS   BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers Cadillnc cars, Garage in
connection. . ?
Synopsis of
Land ��cf �� msntfmenis
Minimun.'prlce ot first-class land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
md whicli is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with Joint residence, but each making
necessary Improvements on respective
claims. . f
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor In occupation not
less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.    ���
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
%iw per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
'e.ss.,t���]?-i1 B y**���. a��d Improvements
of J10.00 per acre, including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, lf ho
requires land In conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
ana residence maintained on Crown
granted land. A
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding Jo
���ares, may be leased as homesltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling resl-
"������5 lal and improvement conditions.
For grazing and industrial purposes
areas exceeding 640 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; conditions Include
payment of, stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by iV?.1811",* roads m��y t>e purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made. /" >
PRE-EMPTORS'     FREE
^ ACT.
GRANTS
The scope of this Act ls'enlarged to
Inoludei all person* joining and serr-
lng with Hfc Majesty's forces. The
time within which the heirs or devices
or a deceased pre-emptor mav aDniv
for title under*this lot is extended
from for one year from the death of
u��i?o��-r8?,?' M forP��ny. until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war. This privilege la also made re-
troactive. '
*iS.����en r,1t$,nt t0 P��-��mptIons are
due or payable ly soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26. 1918
Taxes are remitted for five years.
��,��r2v!?,Ion '��* *aturn of moneys accrued due and been paid since August
4, 1814, on ftcoount of payments, fee��
��*t^�� fn B0MetB' P���-emptions.
interest on agreements to purchase
SmSi1* 0ltI lot�� hrtd by^members of
������2 ?or?e5i or dependents, acquired
direot or Indlreot, remitted from enlistment to March 11. 1920. ^
"SUB-M/RCH^ERS or CROWN  r
���JDS.
Provision   made   for
Crown grants to ��ub-p��� ���������,������    m
Crown Lands,  acquiring rights from
issuance
���purchasers
of
of
v/towii  .Lianas,  acquirini
purchasers who failed    to" complete
purchase, Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of oondltlons of purchase, in-
J, R. MORGAN
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
Horses, Cattle,  Etc.
BAKER STREET,
-NELSON
terest and taxes.   Where sub -purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, Pu��*��M price due and taxM ��ay "
be   distributed   proportionately   over
GRAZING.    * (,
Graslng Act. 1919. for systematic
development of livestock Industry provides for graxlng districts and range
administration under Commissioner
Annual grazing permits Issued based
on numbers ranged: priority for established owners. Stock-owners may
form Associations for range manage-
nxent. Free, or partially free, permits
for settlers, campers or travellers. UD
to ten head. .       ^   .*
DR. A, MIIJ.L.OY
.'.DENTIST-.;''::-.'.
All   the ..latest  methods, in. high-class
'������   :; ,; ��� Dentistry~_.    '���'���.'
ViitOQiBUILDING   X'X
Comer Abbott & Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER,;- -;/y B.C.
Trail Ore Receipts
Daring, the peiiod endiag Dec.
14th the Consolidated Mining
ing and Smelting company received
9093 tons of ore afe its,.smelfeer
in.Trajl._-. The-feceipts are-as follows: "" xiyXX-' Xx; "���-���-;.������ ���' '-X'"X:-'
Bluebell, Siondel ."���'      '-' 222
Canada Copper, Allenby. :-.-.> 30
Florence, Princess Creek-:. : .272
Joaie^Eossland/;'';^: .;-: yXXyr 285
Knob.Hill, Republic^ Xy-y 753
Jforth Star,-Kimberley.,''X-'��� ���'-���'-' y 165
Silver Bear, Zwicky ...;- ;: -.- 21
Society Girl, Moyie ' - X -;7.7: 19
Company Mines   ... ;y ;-y   .  8,126,
������"������:, Christmas
While shepherds watched their flocks by
;' ,.-'��� nighV   .y ..y ' 'Xi
;; All seated on.tHe ground,". '; - ~'y
Theangel of the lybrd came dovra, .
And glory shone around.   . Z X
"Fear not,'? said he, for mighty dread
" ���. Had seized their troubled mind;   ..
"Glaii tidings of great joy I bring    C   '
7To.you and all mankind."    .: Z-y'
"-To';yoa;,in David's town, .this day. y
Is born of David's iiae,'      -      -. .,-y
Aj&yipur who is Christ th'e-Xbrd;'','- '. "���
And this shallbe the sign:    " .. -���.    - .
"The heavenly Babe ^ou there shall find,
To human view displayed,  .       i"
AU meanly wrapped ia swathing bands.
,.   And in the mapger laid,"   .
Thus spake the seraph, and forthwith
Appeared a shining throng
Of angels, praising God, and thus
��� Addressed Iheir joyful song:
"All glory be to God on high, i
-  And tc th6 earth be peace;
Good will,  henceforth, froai heaven to
;..-   .''' men, .   "���   -:  '   '   -       '���.���.
" Begin and never cease.'
* * 4* ** 4*4�� 4* ^"8�� ��& *+
'+���
ej, TD LOA.T is not a periodic- j^
* al. It ia a book con- \
Jjp, taming 86 illustrations all
jt,-told, and ie filled with
. sketches and stories of
J* western life. It tells how
���P a gambler cashed in after
��f�� the. flash days of Sandon ;
���$�� how it rained in New Den��
jl, ver long' after Noah was
^ dead; how a parson took a
j�� drink at Bear Lake in
*"?* early days; how justice
������� was dealt in Kaslo in, 93;
��je how thc saloon man out-
^ prayed the women in Kala
J** picts the roamings of a Jt,
"I* western editor among ths T
��J��- tender-feet in the cent belfe. j*
4�� It contains the early hiBtory V
egg of Nelsou and a romance *f"
^ of the Silver King mine. ��$���
~ In it are printed three ju
^. western poems, and dozens ^
*^ of articles too numerous jf
T to mention. "- Send for one ***
y before it is too late. The ^
price is 50 cents, post- ��$*
paid to any part of the ��&>
world. Address^ all let
feers to
.   mazoo, and graphically de*
A. HIGGINBOTHAM
(Excert Optician) .
GRADUATE
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST    -
K. W. C Block       -      -     Nelson
PHONE   13
Auto and * Horse Stages
Leave Greenwood Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
 Qrov_iHe_Tr_ains_ _'_.
Tlie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department     '
TRAII,, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone.   Pig   Lead - and Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND '   ^     X
LEDGE ADS. BRING RESULTS
Cbe fiume Bote I
nelson, B.e.
The only up/to^date Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,
NFirst-class
OENTRALLY LOO AT ED
Hot and ColdlWater; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each; room.c
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAM RLE ROOMS
���Steam Heated; Electric Lighted.-
'RATES $1.00 per day aud up; European Plan.
Bus Meets aii Trains and Boats.
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary
Light and Heavy Draying
Stage
Palace- Livery  And
GREENW000D. B.C.
H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop
W
���Economy and Satisfaction ||
combined with Promptness ~T
are the features which go to ^xi
make up the Service we give 3 i
our customers.     Are  you 3
one of them? 1
I WE PRINT I
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^ '    (Ruled or Plain) ; ^
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GBEENWOOD, B. C.
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MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AKD
H0NUHEHTAL CO., LTD.
���KahumTate ' FRONT ST..      NELSON.     BOX 865
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada*
TO END OF DECEMBER, 1919
Has produced Minerals valued as follows:   Placer Gold, $75,722,603; I^ode
Gold, 8100,272,431; Silver, $50,432,304; Lead $43,821,106; Copper, 8153,680,965;
-Other Metals  (Zinc,  Iron,  etc.), $16,818,487;, Coal and Coke,   $199,123,323;
Bnilding Stone,  Brick. Cement, etc, $29,991,757; Miscellaneous Minerals, etc.,
$785,918; making Uh Mineral Production to tlie end of 1919 show an      *    .
Aggregate Valne of $670,649,894
Production for Year Ending December, 1919, $33,296,313
\ The   Mining  Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower
than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony1 in the British -
Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute  Titles are obtained   by developing such properties, the security
of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with mintog Eeporte and Maps, may be obtained
gratis by addressing���
THE HON. TBE MINISTER OF MINES
VICTORIA, British Colombia,
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