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THE  OLDEST   MINIEtG  CAMP, HEWSPAPER IN .BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXVII.
GREENWOOD, B. C.,'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920.
Cosy Homes
Make your home cosy and attractive by filling it with some
of our choice anil elegant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures-
Use our Crockery, Granite and Tinware in your kitchens
ana dining rooms
OHsSfor machines of all kinds, coupled with a large stock of
well-assorted Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
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100 Watt Lamps���$1.25 each,
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60 Watts   -   *   t   $125 each
100    ���'      >   -    -   2.00 "
200   "     '   -   t  - 3.50 ��     -
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
We carry a full line of
Groceries, Flour and feed
Your Patronage Solicited
Taylor ft Jenkin
Phone 17 Greenwood
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WINDSOR HOTEL
 GREENWOOD; B-C-
The WINDSOR HOTEL is heated with steam
' aud 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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HAM,  BACON  and  LARD
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
- HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS
P. Burns & Co,,   Ltd*,   Nelson, B, C
A Good Investment
. HPHE money you save earns interest
���*��� when deposited in our Savings
- Department, and both principal and
interest are safe' and can be obtained whenever required. Open an
account to-day. 88A.
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PAID-UP CAPITAL    ".       .       $15,000,000
;<?,'  RESERVE FUND ,-. v\ .; s^.y,X$l5#00fiOQ
'X 'GREENWOOD BRANCH, L.; E. ;Brawders; Manager.
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MEN'S FURNISHINGS
GROCERIES      "
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HARDWARE
J. G. McMynn,  Midway
Leckie Shoes
Aud. A
Fine Line Of
Men's
Furnishings
W. Elson 6 Co
Greenwood, B. &
Kodaks, full line of Films
and Supplies at
Goodeve Drug Store
%ncpsis of
Land Aci Imancfments
flnnimum*price of flrst-clase land
reduced to $5 an acre; sec6nd-clas�� to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
and which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-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 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of Ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  .
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make Improvements
or record same will operate. a3_ for-..
" leiture; Title "cannot be obtained In
less than 6 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, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. m
UnsUrveyed areas, not exceeding &Q
acres, may.be leased as homesltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and Industrial purposes-
areas ���. exceeding ��� 640   acres ' may   be  -.
leased by one person or company.
- Mill, - factory or industrial: sites on
timber land  not   exceeding   40  acres   -
may- be -purchased; conditions-Include -
payment of stumpage.
Natural hay. meadows Inaccessible
by. existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them; - Eebato of one-half of cost of .
' road,. not exceeding, halt of. purchase
price, ia made..     ._ :'/"')���  ;;>. .
PRE-EMPTORS'..   FREE',   GRANTS '���
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-The scope of this Act is enlarged to X
include all. persona joining and eerv-  ���
Ing with Hi* Majesty's Forces.    The.-.
tlme within which the heirs or devlsWs
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under: this Aoi ia extended"
from for one year from the death of
ouch', person,  as formerly,, until  one
fear after the conclusion of the present - -
war. " Tbia - privileged ia also made retroactive, .'.-.-.
No fees relating to pfe-emptlons are .:
due or. payable by; soldiers on . pre- .
emptions recordea'after June 26, 1918. ���
Taxes are remitted-for five .years.
Provision .for return of moneys-ac-.".-
. crued, duo and been paid since August - -
4, 1814,' on account of payments/ test
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions." ������
Interest on agreements to. purchase
town or city lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  "
' direct .'or Indirect,-'remitted.from en- '.
llstmont to Marci 81, 1928. a   -
SUB-PURCHASERS  OF'"CROWN .
-   LANDS.     ,-.
Provision   made   for .Issuance   of
Crown ' grants to - Bub-purchasers    of "
Crown -Lands,  acquiring rights from'.-
-purchasera -who. failed    to    complete-
purchase, Involving forfeiture, on ful- -'
Ailment, of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes.   Where sub-pun&as*
ers dp.not claim whole of original par-
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Around Home
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Geo. Barrett, of Beaverdell,
was in the city dn-Saturday.
Mushrooms are-plentiful on the
Greenwood Grand Porks road.
School supplies now in at
Goodeve's Drug Store.
D. R. McElmon, watchmaker
and Jeweller, Greenwood,   B,   C.
Mrs. Boomer, of Trail, is visiting Mrs. Mcintosh and Mrs. Rendell,
Robt. Floyd has returned from
a month's vacation spent at
coast cities.        V    ' "-
Ed. Stanaway, the well known,
hockeyist, is renewing- acquaintances in town.
W. B. Fleming left on Wed-
uesday for a trip to different
parts of Alberta.
A.gang of men are at work dismantling the B.C. Telephone
plant at Phoenix.  ���
G. Hambly and W. T. Thompson, of Beaverdell,, are spending
a few days in town.
A regular meeting of the Fire
Department will be held on Friday night at 8 o'clock.
Born���On Monday, Sept. 20th
a son to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Johnson, of Rock Creek.
N. XL. Mclunis and Peter A. Z.
Pare motored to Greenwood from
Grand Forks last Friday.
Eva Murray mo.tored to Princeton ou Monday and will spend
two weeks vacation at that place.
A woman over in Washington
is the mother of three pairs of
twins. Her name is Busy and
she is.
Geo. Hofstetter after spending
the past few month's in Colville,
Wash., returned to Greenwood
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Charlton, of Vancouver, were visitors to our city
last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Murdock Mcintyre and family, of Merritt, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Docksteader.
The Bachelors of Greenwood
will hold "a Dance in the Masonic
Hall, Friday, Sept. 24. "A^ good
time is assured.
Wanted.���To let a contract to
plow-at once about 25 acres. Call
or write Fritz Haussener, Box
364, Greenwood.
Wriile playing with a loaded
gun, at Fife, Albert Talareco, 5
years old, was accidently killed
by Frank Maida.
, A special meeting of the G. W.
V, A. will be held ih the Fire
Hall pn Monday, Sept 27th. Important business,'
; The Phoenix post office having
been closed, the mails for that
place are now being handled, in
the Greenwood office.;
. Georgina Lee. who was ; opera-"
ted bulast week for appendicitis,
at the Grand ,Forks - hospital is
progressing favorably;     /.  .-���'_-._.;
Chief Fraser.has had a:-,very
successful hunting, sea son. . The
last day he was out he bagged 6
willows; 2 fool:hens and one; blue
grouse.''..-.'.--",..'/ '���;, ���'���-,'."---;���-''  '--i'-. -
.   W, S..Gafrisohi-wife  and. son,
and Mr. and.Mrs;   A. D. VBrbom-
field, of Princeton,  attended, the
funeral of- the late,: Mrs;: Si,  XX
-Larsen..- v.,      V-    ���.-.'���.';'
The first, train reached Copper
Mountain last \?eek. .���-' It is expected that the power, line to Allenby will be completed by. the
end of the month.
No. 11
City Council
""f" ' [X QRAZ1NO.'" A .'       ' "���- '
Gnutlng  Act. l?i��,  for    ayatMaaUo
.development of livestock IndustlTwro-
LVides.for.gra2lng district* and range'
administration, under   CommiealonS-
.-Annual grazing, permits "iseued based
on numbers ranged: priority I or aatab-
lished . owners.  - Stock-ownsr*   mar
form Associations for range maaasa-
iment.- Free, or-partially free. p��33it��~
. ��� for. settle���, ��� campers, or - tr��-r<��l&a. -- an
��� ���to,tan head.'-;;'.. -'-;:- ���-���.-��� ���'.   ,-"?-"r.
The regular meeting of .,the Gity
Council was held in the Council
Chambers, Sepfe 20feh, 1920.
The Mayor and all members of
council; were present.
After reading the minutes of the
last meefcieg, Aid. King moved,
seconded by Aid. Kerr that the
minutes be adopted as read.���Car-
ried.=
The accounts were ordered paid.
The chairman of the Fire, Water
and Light Committee reported that
the Twin Creek water connection
has not been completed. This
matter will be attended to in due
time. After some discussion on
Hamilton & Wragg's letter on behalf of Mrs. Elson, the clerk was
ordered to reply to the letter.
Re Messrs. Whitesides and Foth-
eringham's proposition to sell or
lease the plant of the Greenwood
City Waterworks Co., the mayor
instructed, the' clerk to write to
Mr. Whitesides asking him to forward his proposition by letter before definite action can be taken.
Jenkin���McLeod���That the proposition be referred to the Finance
Committee and to report to the
Council as soon as a letter from
Mr. Whitesides is received. Carried.
The City Clerk banded his resignation to the Mayor and it was
moved and seconded that the resignation be accepted and that the
master of engaging a new clerk be
left in the hands of the finance
committee.
A letter was read from the G.W.
V.A. re the placing, of the guns
that Lave been awarded to the city.
This letter will be dealt with at a
future meeting.
The clerk was instructed to
write to the city of Kaslo re cost of
j typing copies of City By-laws, also
to reply to the letter of Manufacture's Life Insurance Co., of June
30.     .
Meeting then adjourned.
Teddy Oliver, of the Consolidated Co.-, at Trail, passed
through Greenwood on Sunday
pn.his way home .after spending
his holidays at Vancouver. \ XX. '"������
��� 'Mrs. -Dempster,-, of Victoria,
President of the.B. C.vRebekahs^
paid an official visit :to. the; local'
lodge- this. week.. She = was7enV
ter taincd byMrs. G. R���, Inglis on
Tuesdaynightvv^ XiXyXy;
C. E. Legg has been appointed
superintendent of the Kettle Valley with headquarters in Penticton. At one time Mr, Legg was
trainmaster for the C. P. R. in
this district--
- To secure data regarding the
number of way there~are for chewing gum, a New York man is
making the rounds of ball parks,
dance halls and schools. An
estimate of the wasted jaw power
would be interesting. ,
A. M. Whiteside returned to
Vancouver on Friday morning
after spending a; few days',in
town.;. Mr. Whiteside is a former Greeuwoodite, haying resided
here between .189.8-1907.. He was
crown prosecutor .here ; during
that; time-'. ��� -",-' ������'..'-'/���."'-- :
J^Mr;-and Mrs. - A; . J.. ..Morrison
and family have returned from a
most enjoyable moter trip through
the,Okanogan'-and Nicola valleys.
Mr.. Morrison states, that the
Boundary roads are the best, of
any,.. ''.'.""'-,������--'. --���'':""'' ���...,��� ;*i-': i~- .���
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Buckless,
and family,: of;. Allenby,- have
moved-into"J. P. Flood's house
and will reside Iri Greenwood.
Mr: Buckless will7 do 'some logging up the Main Kettle river
and will shortly moved his teams
and log'ging outfit from Allenby.;
School Trustees, G, A. B. MacDonald, M. Nicholson,1 and R. J.
McDougall, of Pentictotii7 were in
town on Wednesday for the purpose of buying school desks for
Penticton's new school. They
went from ...here- to Phoenix for
the; same - purposed..; : Mr. ���' - -McDougall; is publisher of-the Penticton Herald and also the Princeton 'StirXirXX XX-X-. Xy xXX- XxX..
Once. ; ,/?ou -7,can::.get   them ' at
yThii Ledge; office, vv/ ��� V i'X'i yy'
Mrs. S. T. Larsen
Buried at Rock Creek
Mrs. Lanra Larsen, wife of S.
T, Larsen, of Rock Greek, passed
away in Spokane, Wash., after a
year's illnessT
' The late Mre. Larsen was born
in Stormont County, Ont., 48years
ago. She had been a resident of
Rock Creek for the past 21 years,
and in her passing'that, community
has lost one of its most widely
known and highly respected citizens. She leaves to mourn her
loss, a husband, daughter, Gladys
Bell,- " three Bisters, Mrs. John
Fraser, Huntingdon, B. C, Mrs.
H, McOormick, Vanconver, Mrs.
S. Singer, Montreal, two brothers,
Alex McGregor, of Avonmore,
Ont., and Duncan McGregor, of
Vancouver, who have the sympathy of all in their great loss.
The funeral service was held in
Riverside Hall, Rock Creek, on
Saturday afternoon, Sept. 18th,
and was very largely attended.
Rev. Hillis Wright, of Grand
Forks officiating. Forty-two autos
and rigs followed the remains to
its last resting place in Rock Creek
cemetery.
The pallbearers were: Milton
Dresser, Wm. O'Donnell, James
Kerr, Alex Waddell, Archie McLeod, and George Lord.
Those sending floral tributes
areas follows: Mrs. Gable, Miss
Gable,"; Mrs. Cochrane, J. A.
Abraham, Mrs. A. Smith, Mrs.
Boardman, of Spokane; Mr. and
Mrs. Wheeler,'Mr. and Mrs. Rock.
Mr. Lift, Geo. Lord, Mrs. Winters,
'Mir. ana~MrsT Sneii,' '"Mr/'ana Mrs.'
O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. Olson,
Mr. and Mrs. Carey, Rock Creek
Women's ' Institute, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Waddell,- A. McLeod,
C. Hopper, H. Madge, of Rock
Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr.
and - Mrs. Captain King, Kettle
Valley; Mr. and Mrs.' Garrison,
Mr. and Mrs. Broomfield, and F,
W. Hazzard, Princeton; Mr. and
Mrs. Reed, .Mr. and "Mrs. Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey, Boundary
Chapter R. A. M., Grand Forks;
Mrs. Lundy, Mr. and Mrs. Bush,
Capitola Thompson, Emma Thomefc
and Mrs. McMynn, Midway; MrL
and Mrs. James Kerr, King Edward Lodge Wo. 28-, of Greenwood;
aud many others the cards of which
were ld*et.
Mining- News
California's gold production for
the first six months of this year fell
off to 87,811,390, a decrease of
81,086,739 compared with, the
same period in 1919. Silver output increased 375,810 ounces.'
The outlook is brighter for the
copper, producers. July sales of
the red metal exceed 100,000,000
pounds. The sales in that month-
were greater than those of any
month since March. European
buying is ranch heavier than might
be expected as a result of "conditions there. ~"
Spokane and Cheney men are
developing the Waverly-Tangiers
mine near Ashcroft. The values
tn .this property are mainly in
silver and lead but partly in gold
and copper. It is estimated that
the ore blocked out is worth 8500,-
000. The mine is 27 miles from a
railroad but arrangements have
been made for the construction of
a wagon road which will facilitate
the operations.
J. A, MeKelvie the Choice
��� J. A. MacKelvie, editor of the
Vernpri News was this unanimous
choice of the National Liberal and
Conservative convention at Penticton, X as candidate in the Yale?
by-election. .    Xxxyxiy'''-
The. name of J. M."'. Robinson
was not presented; to. the= convention, Mr.- Robinson. moving to
mak e MacKelvie's nomination
unanimous. ���"'���;.-"��� :;. - Xy
'y The IJnited Farmers will hold a
convention in.Penticton on'September 27 to consider placing a candidate in the field "and a soldier
candidate is also spoken of. :X
The labor party, has offered the
nomination to Tom .Richardson,
former labor member for Whitehaven, England. , , ,
For Sale
This Presbyterian Church arid
Manse in Phoenix.;; Apply Rev.
Hillis Wright, Grand Forks, B.C!
For Sale Cheap
Small stack,of; mixed,::-hayj; part
Send a Float toiyour friends at j raking^^;, .Excellent for dry cattle,
"~   ' Coineaad see st-FritzlHaossener
ranch,XX-X'"'���-i-XX-X'-X '-' XX������' '������
"Finding galena while blueberry-
ing on Nakusp creek, only one-
third of a mile from its mouth,
Oscar Salstrom, the well known
Lardeau prospec-tor, has proved the
existence of valuable mineral at
Nakusp, a locality in the Arrow
lakes not hitherto on the mining
map. The nearest galena showing
has hitherto been in the Burton
neighborhood, where the Millie
Mack has been a shipper for years,"
says the Nelson News. Mr. Salstrom has staked a claim, which he
has named the Luck Rose, and has
already uncovered the lead for 300
feet. So far the assays have been
for the precious metals only, the
samples going 49.1 ounces in silver
an*d $1.80 iu gold. The galena-js
raTher broken, but one'piece' taken
to Nakusp was 12 inches in lengths '
Edgewood Mining Notes
Edgewood.��� E. H. McDonald of
Billings, Montana, has been inspecting mineral claims in the
Monashee district in company with
J. B. Conway, of the B. C. Forest
Department.
Louis Scalia, who has been in
charge of Rampallo group since
June last, came down to Edgewood
for supplies and is returning to the
property ia a day or two, he has
been wifeh a force of men driving
a cross-cut to the main line. When
in about 40 feet from the mouth of
the tunnel a ledge _was-cut-aboufeT
one foot wide of good looking
quartz'carrying gold and silver.
To reach the main ledge a distance
of 250 feet is still to- go, - This
main ledge shows an average of
$10 in gold and 250 ounces in silver at a depth of 20 feet and the
tunnel [is Expected to strike the
main ledge at a depth of aboufe 150
feet.
Rendell & Co., of Greenwood,
who are working on fehe Waterloo
mineral claims,5 Lightning Peak,
are now shipping ore and have
about SOO sacks of rich ore all
ready to bring ont. This property
ife is said to be looking very well.
A new tunnel has been driven
on the Killarney, owned by W, J.
Banting, and the ledge has been
struck at about 75 feet showing
good clean galena, about a foot of
solid ore. The ledge is aboufe six
feefe wide.
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Trail Ore Receipts
Ore receipts at the Trail
smelter
for the week ending Sept,
.14 are
as follows:'.
Emerald, Salmo .
7 32.
Granby Con., Grand Forks
7   120
Iron Mask, Kamloops v    -
."-   82"
Karp, Ainsworth.
���.-'41-
Jo3ie, Rossland; .'.      - ...
"���������'235'.'/
Last Chance, Greenwood   -
'���,-'-277
Mandy, Le Pas, Man.   .    -
.-.217"-
North Star, Kimberley
:-- '-48'
Kuth, Sandon ,;                 -'
- '-4CP
Redress, Sandon .            ' i-X
'���������. '���:''iX
Silver Glamce, Geigerict.
Xy.--V-
Velvet, Velvet
' .-'42;-
Voight, Princeton.,      .-'
-:' -;;277
Company Mines           .-
.73869 .
Total
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.Tilli]    LEDGE,    GBEENWOOD,    B.    <X;
pnChest,Face,Arms.Durned
Badly. Cuticura Heals.
" Ever since I can remember, my
chest, face, and arms were filled with
dry, red pimples. They were scattered all over rne, and itched terribly
at times, and I scratched them, causing them to faster and get sore.
Sometimes they would dry away and
form scales which burned badly.
" Then I used Cuticura Soap nnd
Ointment. I had used them two or
three times when I felt better and I
was healed with one box of Cuticura
Ointment together with the Cuticura
Soap." (Signed) Miss BerthaKass,
Ruoocll,Manitoba,Februaryl9,1919.
Use Cutuura Soap and Ointment
for all toilet purposes. Soap to
cleanse, Ointment to heal.
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 end 50c.    Sold
throughouttheDominion. CanadianDepot:
Lvrn����>��. Limited, St. Paul St., Montreal.
SSJS^Cuticur* Soap thurvs without mut,
<t
Willow,
The Wisp
��� BY ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
Printed    by    Special    Arrange
ments   with  Thos.   Allen,
Toronto, Ont. .
(Continued.)
"Then I would say that you arc
still a liar," answered the woodsman
quietly.
"Oh," with a shrug-, "still caustic,
I sec. I thought perhaps this wilderness stuff, of which wc hear so much,
might have softened you, in a way."
"It has not, as far as you are concerned, at least. And my memory is
still good. Once more I ask you, why
are you here?"
'Suppose I answer your question
by asking another. Why arc you
here, Stanley, and living under another name?"
Thc words were coldly insolent.
Dorkin, with an effort, allowed them
to  pass.
Hc scrutinized the facc beforc him
from thcir mothers.     Nothing leaves
Hardwoods   Retreat   before   October.
I'm sorry you and your friend didn't -
know this before; it might have saved you a useless trip." I
Timberley chewed an unlighted
cigar thoughtfully. "Look here," he
jerked out fina'.ly, "my friend is in a
devil of a mess if you won't let him
havc those animals. Fact is he's under contract to deliver to Dover and
Strads Shaws, New York, inside of
two weeks." :
"I guess he'll have to break thc [
contract if he's depending on me," j
said Dorkin. ' I
"He'll pay you your own pricc,";
urged  Timberley eagerly. I
"I'm sorry, but I can't break a rule I
of this Preserve; that's final."
"You're sW?"
"Positively sure."
Timberley eyed the woodsman intently, then turned away with a shrug.'
He stood chewing his cigar, think-,
ing deeply. When he turned oncci
more towards Dorkin, his color had i
deepened and there was a sneer on
his face as hc asked:���
"You haven't any particular use for
mc, have you?"
"I'm afraid not," returned Dorkin, |
quietly; "but that's your own fault, as:
you well know." j
Timberley gazed upon the huge -
form of thc man beforc him, marked'
thc strength, underlying the long,
smooth muscles in the folded arms,
the power behind thosc searching.
eyes, and something like admiration:
kindled in his facc. j
,'Thcrc's an old saying," he said
softly, speaking as though to himself,
"an old adage which wc used to write
in our copy-books, at school. I
think you'll remember it. It is:
'Man proposes and God disposes.'
I'm going to tell you something. It
was I who got you pushed out of college. I admit it. I tried my dam-
| nedest lo put you down and out for
! good. Once upon a time 1 liked you.
| Funny, ch?���but I did like you. I
can't help my Indian nature. I'd
rather die any timc than leave an injury unpaid. You did me an injury.
You whipped mc before the cl;-ss,
humiliated nic beforc��� Well, never
mind that, it wasn't for lhat 1 spoiled
your life's chances. You did mc a
great injury. You stole from mc thc
affections of thc girl I loved. I
sought revenge. I succeed d, or
thought I did. You were som thing
I sought to wipe awaj',���wipe away."
He looked down at his strong
hands, a smile playing on his facc.
Then once again he looked at Dorkin.
"Man proposes," hc laughed sinis-
tcrly. Hc spread out his hands in a
mocking gesture.     "And   then    God j
Bob Long says:
"My Overalls and Shirts are the
best made, because���they are roomy
and comfortable. I designed theui
with the idea that you might want
to stretch your arms and legs occasionally." ..���
A winner in the Bob Long line of
shirts is the Hickory Dick Jr. Ask
your dealer for tbis big shirt; it
wears like a true friend.
Ask your dealer for Big 59���the
big Blue Overall ��� tbe cloth that
stands the test.
Insist en " Bob Long'' Brands
BOB LONG
UNION  MADE
Overalls and Shirts
R. G. LONG & CO., Limited
Winnipeg        TORONTO        Montreal
Bob Long Brands
Known from Coast to Coast
 I5r
Agricultural Progress
Of Saskatchewan
Breeders Predict
famine of Horses
Farmers Neglected to Keep Up Supply During War Period.
Immediate   demand    far exceeding
! thc supply, and prospect of a horse
famine    on    farms  within   the   next
few years, is a subject brought into
conversation   by   almost   any   horseman one meets nowadays.     Natural
ly,    the
branch of livesfftck raising - are
given to comparing existing conditions iu their business with thosc
that existed before the clays of farm
tractors. Not that any attempt is
made to belittle thc   service   render-
Cure That Cough Today
-���Without Medicine
Easily Done By Breathing In the
Healing   Fumes   of
Catarrhozone.
Stands First in the Number of Horses
Owned.
While grain growing, and especially wheat growing, constitutes Istill the
mainspring of agricultural industry in	
Saskatchewan, other - branches of | No ^jcinc bHngs such prompt
farming have not been overlooked. | x-elief, exerts such ari invigorating in-
The raising of livestock especially has j fluence, or so thoroughly and speed-
shown a remarkable development dur- J'y , c��res throat troubles as "Ca-
.,     ,    .   r c   i   i i     ! tarrhozone. Doctors,       hospitals,
ing'the last few years      Saska tchc-1 sanitariums_all   say   t'hat for %os'
wan stands to-day at the head of the j wh0 suffer from changeable weather,
list of provinces rated according to j for those who are predisposed to
the number of horses owned in them,! catarrh, lung trouble, deafness, or
with l,0y2,974 head, and third in the i bronchitis, nojreatmcnt is so mdis
Prince Rupert Reduces Debt
list according to thc number of cattle
owned. Latterly a marked increase
in sheep and swine raising is noticeable. Saskatchewan is fourth among
the provinces in swine and seventh in
sheep.
Constant effort is being made by
the government through the livestock
branch of the department of agriculture, and by the various breeders' associations in thc province, to improve
the quantity of thc stock grown in
Saskatchewan) with eminently satisfactory results beginning to show
pcnsable as "Catarrhozone."
For certain cure, for relief in an
hour, use Catarrhozone, the only
direct, breathable medicine. Two
months' treatment guaranteed, price
$1; smaller size 50c, sample size 25c,
at all  dealers everywhere.
Tree Planting on
The Prairies
Properly  Prepared   Soil  is  a  Strict
Essential.
^-Despite    the    extensive    publicity
Und'cr thc Livestock Purchase and' which has been given to thcadvant-
Sales Act, quantities    of   pure    bred
sires and grade dairy heifers are obtained by the branch and re-sold an-
nually to tanners on easy terms.
Through    the    provincial    stallion
ages of planting shelter-belts on thc
prairies, and to thc assistance offered
by the Dominion Forestry Branch to
farmers who wish to establish thcm,
there is still misapprehension  in  re-
board, similar efforts are being made; S^'d to the methods to bc followed.
to improve thc studard of thc horses
grown in the province.
While cattle raising for thc slaughter pens is assuming .considerable
proportions in   the  northern  part  of
Tlie Forcrsty Branch distributes
annually, free of charge, about 5,000,-
000 trees and cuttings. Each applicant is given sufficient trees to plant
! about half an acre annually if he fol-
the province, dairying, as an adjunct' lows the methods which experience
to stock raising, occupies a rapidly \ lias shown- to bc necessary for sttc-
growing position in the economic life | cess.
of the whole province. There were.' When planting a shelter-belt, care
four creameries operating in the I should bc taken ,to so locate it that
province when it was established fifty! it will protect the home and stock
years ago.   At thc present time there! from    prevailing    winds.      Sufficient
Coast Town  Had Surplus  on  Civic
Financing Last Year.
The city of Prince Rupert, B.C., reduced its debHast year by $32,269, it
is shown in the corporation's 'annual
statement now issued. This reducr
tion left the total bonded indebtedness of the city on December 31, 1919,
at $1,609,223. The sinking fund vvas
intact, and fully paid in-at that date.
There was a deficit for the year on
general revenue account of $19,382,
but to'offset this profits were earned
by the various utilities amounting to'
$26,861.. "The'city thus had a net
surplus for the year of $7,478, which
was not enough, however, to pay the
exchange on a payment of $80,352
due on the city's bonds, and payable I
in New York on April 1, 1920.      .
Taxes levied for general purposes
during the year amounted to $175,-
697, as compared with $154,594 in
1918. Local improvement levies
amounted to $59,186. Total collections, including arrears, were considerably ovcr thc sum of thesc two"
amounts, and uncollected taxes at the
end of the year were reduced fro'm
$196,250 io $172,742, whir'' includes,
'both general aud local improvement
taxes.
Silk from Spider's Web
Experiments. May Lead to New, Industry Being Established.
In Madagascar, experiments have
been made with spider's web as a .^
substitute for silk, and the results are
so encouraging" that, the' opinion ia
that a great and lucrative industry;
will result. Many persons have tried
to. utilise spider's web. In 1708, Bon
Saint Hilaire, president of thc Court
of Accounts at. Mantpelied, actually
made a few pairs of stotidrigs arid .
gloves of spider's web. In Madagascar, the spiders are bought for
about 8 cents apiece and put to work.
About, four or five times cvery ten
days they start to spin and-continue
until exhausted. Their prod.ict is
wound on-spools as fast as they spin
;t, and at each spinning 300 or 400
yards are obtained. The threads of
a-dozen spiders are twisted together,
and two of these twists strands are
again twisted so that a thread of
twenty-four finer threads ts obtained.
For fineness, strength and beautiful
yellow color, this silk is , much
superior to' that of silkwora.s.
;-;
; -,
; ,
4
f*A
WI
If
.-��� Thc Australian water lizard, which
is three or four feet in length, walks
upright on its hind legs when traversing long distances on land. ,/
silently.
"You    went    out,"  hc said  softly,
speaking from  this  position.      "You
went oui l'.kc a candle that has burned to a blue spark in a draft.     That
with  probing eyes.    What'   he'   saw! draft  was  morphine.      God,   how  it
were  strong,   even  features,  dark  to' at<-* y��u away, after I had disgraced
takes a hand and rebuilds,  reshapes,.
and���"    Hc ceased speaking and bent   cd  tlle   producers  by  thc  gas-dnven
above the dog, who had watched bimj machine,   although   the claim is very
are 42 creameries in active operation
members of this important j hl ^Saskatchewan, and thcir output is
unsurpassed for quality. At thc educational butter grading competition
held in Montreal this year, Saskatchewan butter received the highest
score in the May and July scorings,
and fell just below it in thc June
scoring. At the provincial exhibition held in Regina this summer, a
branch of the Saskatchewan Co-Operative Creameries, Ltd., carried- off the
trophy for the best creamery butter,
against entries from three other provinces.
generally made that where the
power is supplied by flcsh-and-blood
horses, lhc condition of farm land
is better than where tractors are
employed.
However,  it  is  not  tlie  advent  of
,, . .   . ., ,        , you and sent you from the college in.)
swarthmess,  a   good   mouth,  and  an I deffradation!     But I had to do it, the j
aggressive chin.   Ihc eyes wcrc dark ( desire   claimed   me.       It   may   seem   existence    of    a    horse shortage  on
and clear with thc shadow of vindic- j strange, unbelievable, that I  <!ul  this   farms today; the blame is laid on the
^"^W hl ThCrn3n lll:Uill".y0Vji war,, which,, with, its cxlraor.dinary.de,
rathcr.T-bclievcT still liked, you. ��� -:-Jtj.-.-- . '���* yxyr'-yyy-y -:-������ ..ry -.--x-/:.������������ ,
WnV^'/dcbt/il/'had^
tiveness in  their depths;  but on  the
whole, it was a goodrlooking, face..
_ With a shrug and a shorUaugh the' ft; although in the end LlosthcV/' he! for human foods,'gave ' the .farmers
visitor seated himself "ori a block be- 7added half sadly. "Lost her bJcausc!'t0o much'to do in otlu-r lines' to "il-
ncatha wil^hop vine.   The. moniing |-^��likc this dog^shc could.not tyust.;low  o(   (heiiv k^g  up   with their
_ .  i* .-.1.....    j.-..: .-.. ii _.i   ,t. ^ . ^; -me.   -. ~ I, - " -   ���'       ~ .
breeding of horses. -That tlic quality- of thc bulk .of horses now owned
on- farms has improved, is generally
admitted,' and this fact is allowed to
be, "to some ' extent, responsible for
the high price now .being
work-horses, for city . use. - So attractive are these prices, in,fact, that
the farms have beeri almost, denuded
of horses -suited for doing 'the-farm
work..'- The'point is emphasized 'by
.breeders 'who- are"still  in   the  game,
sunlight' streaming, through the. trees.,     Hc sigllccl thcn iho6k h;,nseIf to_
fell; on   his. face.    Ho  rc-movea : Ins | gether  and  squared . his'  .shouidcrs.
"I'm a' peculiar sort of devil- a,= you
know," lie said, his tone a challcngi:
Stetson and let. tlic-warmth .wash his
waving; reddish-brown  hair. - During
the woodsman's .scrutiny, his eyes had
gazed squarely back, meeting question with  question. ..."
Thc Irish setter floundered up the
path, his long hair- wet- ��� from his
morning plunge in the lake. - 'He. rub-
'"lt was I.who "spoiled your'othcr'life'.
If I have exacted loo great -;a. payment, whv, I am. here to answer for
it.'-?/;.-/ .'    -X    ;-.:--    '"- ���; -.
Slowly, while Timberley" was, speaking." .a -greyish whiteness had . stolen
to Dorkin's face. - Now the'bunched
muscles' beneath    his doeskin,jacket.;
Scientific Notes
Why ..Toads Are Found Imbedded in'
-'.-' ' -C'lal Lumps.'"
. "Science-has at last proved by experiments why'il is tliat so many petrified toads 'have been, found'imbedded iir stone or t'.eir remains im lumps
, of coal. Tne toads, itscoms, have a
habit of.crawling into tiriy crevices-in
the- stone ov: wood or con], as the
case mayjc, w'iiie llicy.arc .s>:'
space should be left between the shel-
ter:bclt and thc buildings to keep the
snow from drifting around the buildings and to give room for a lawn and
garden.
Many failures have resulted from
planting on soilnot properly prepared/and, to insure as far as possible
the success of the trees scut out, the
Forestry Branch stipulates that thc
land be summer-fallowed the Jcar
previous to planting. In order that
the planters may have the benefit of
personal instruction, inspectors oi thc
Forestry Branch visit each applicant
beforc the trees are furnished.
To secure trees for.planting in the
spring of 1921 it is necessary that application bc made beforc March 1,
1921, to the Forest Nursery "Station,
Indian Head,.Sask.
A very instructive bulletin entitled
"Tree Planting on thc Prairies,"-.is issued by the Forestry Branch.
IT is the combi-
nation of the
colors of the rainbow,
is what remains when
been eliminated.
i maximum degree of
washing of clothes, this wu
t century ago by
KEEN'S _
OXFORD BLUE
In the years 'that0have followed,
everything has been done to maintain
the quality. KEEN'S OXFORD
BLUE produced the maximum whiteness theii���it does the same tp-day.
Wherever clothes are washed it is istill
the standard of excellence.
I
bed; his cold'-nose against Dorkin's ]. were tingling;. An icy-hand seemed
-hand, and, bounding up to the othcr.i to grip his ..heart and a-red mist
man, laid liis. head on-his knee -
the
I swooped down arid ��� obliterated'.
,n, .11  .i       -ii        1      i   -'-'glorics.-of his: world.    -.He heard  the
. The man stroked  tht .silken-head ;, otlie],s.- voice;,   as ' - ti10���gh.   straine(l
then with an odd little-laugh glancea  \iirotip-h roaring waters   "    - '
across at Dorkin. ������..-,--���-.    '-.-.--I ���   Often-   he    had   asked" himself'.the
hcv-qucstion���-What 'should-, he  do
paid- for , young.'- From time :to time they emerge to get food, but as, they can live \ their own way?-
for. a1 year without it thev sometimes
stay iir the .hole too long and grow
too/ large to ."emerge. '��� If thcy" get
plenty of air.thcy will live for.a .12
inonth or.so/btit if the crevice doses
up they die sooner.     In other words.
thai/it / will /Wk;6: -"a^^pg/as/it^isk'cs
a/f bH/fcy 7'dcy^
The Other Side.
First Infant���I havc a terrible-time
with-my.parents. "   ���
Second Infant���So do-I. Isn't it
disagreeable.when they want to have
Judge."
MOTHER!
"Dogs make a mistake in ihe/'
said, "all dogsniakca-mistakc in "mc,"
he supplemented, a hint of bi'.ter-.
-ness in his .voice. "Thcy-.are "supposed to'.posscss .a'greater, intuition
than .man, .too; still, thcy - seem, to
trust me/which-is; more than'"most
men. do. -Strange,-eh?.' How do you. roar, oi
account for it?", he'.aske.d lightly'."'.    '--i.lbuder;'
��hcl7tha:timati/who71vad/^ttsp:d^
gra^/met'.Vf&cft/t6;''facc?; j/^H^i/had
Bccn/af ravd/t 67an s\vc^//CN;pwHnieaP
ity/ tlre/i-qUcstipn/vifttsfe^ib^
one c:-:a:tid/fof/a.fe.time./Se./-- XyXXiZyri.
ZZTliejrcd'Znts't/^
;plfts/p^7yc'arZ3p /bring/-.thi; //hprsci.
:stcjck:;;of/iihe/��otmtryivuf>ZtoZ/h<��7 re/
!dis^f;3W^/':^fflke^
ic-'i
cannot' exist without air.
-. ���     "Timberley,"   said -Dorkin/ tensely,". J'-'A' forced  him   into  cxMe,-standing
" /'is" it "necessary" toaik'iiie-that "qties- "tllr-rc" ��X l'lie "heaving Vsward   bcfdfe
���    tion? -"   You- know.'our. relationship.-. *V'.'"/:,.''T^^ hK IVeart./shoulC(1''' "K?H'
' one '-to "the. other.' "��� -You, know why -it -.'^-'J'1 ''���'���- /- ."      .-.-.-'..  ",'".'-.  "���'"-���
.    is so.' .  Yoii "seek inc-'out;"--Vou assume!'. ���'-."""u ^��.ok-a n��!f;k-step  forward" to-
- the air bf fricndshi'p/ybu-.'dcr-not "'fee!. ;-w;i-cis Timberley ; ih'<Mi-- he    stopped
Again "I ask,-why arc "you here?"    '.; !-.'3till,-his arms.shu'ddering-tj his sides,
//"""Well; 1'11-tel; you;" --Tin. here .on '"lys/hwd; sagging.- '-.-.... y.--  .   'y     ,.-
'  behalf of a-friend of-mine who" wishes- - -...Somewhere, .from. the. thm abie-v'.of.
.his .world; caine'-wafted the: strains of
pji/'tt /large;. s.cal5^is/r^suhfp4-:;at;vdivce:.
//En thtisiagvii'/f or/ .irar|:e/,i>re^in;g;/is/
hd wc wij/thjp cke(l?/i^/
]>y/1lie;/! &g fe-b'tZi^mp^i/la .1 ioiTs/^ac/to:
the/pa tara^Z/waS7
Rifrix/h^^S
. Matrimony frequently -'resembles a
besieged city���thosc who.- ..arc ' out
want, to-get. in, and-those who arc in
to- buy some-wil.d' animals, from/you;'--,-
,"I have-none; for sale."
'violin.""   Iis;
ailii
:.tcnfte.rr(;e|;:S
A'7n"ikcr."br'lr;s^ Russ'iai' sivltt-PowV .DepenJs.'.'OT
t^tiyXiM'^x^-XXSt^^
^iAw^\rX^u.s.^;,., .-A Hrl.'-.v^'.t his';scciucd7worid7lli-at had^l-Uined  -..Th* uorW' cannp^ feisrpatt piole=-
o
;say  _
headed "'all. right,' and kno\v: your.busi- r j,;nl
'ness,/know: ho.w   to   sehV but/wc^e/    Hc rKiscd-'an'arm and brushed the.
rc.aay -to--  meet .you,   .>'ainc  your j c6l(, ,.^c.lt from flis for-.ha(j. '���' Then
price     ", '      " '
"'-7*-"I said I "had
sale", repeated
/jreai/7:prLtaMi/=w^
il ti riii g ��� (tjtfewctri/b/t feat'; ftb itbrMjal/ex/j
pgnspy/wJifelv/ih/i/BcitisI^
;d7e t ei/tii in'^/1 o��o ff ^
icl ass/altiinf1 s'/t 4/ttiev|H^.)es;f/l^ii^G^;/:
//I^^y;/s;7t!^;drip"pih.^^
gy^;o{X.s:\iccc^iyXyxyxxixyyyyyyxyy-y^
Purpose is;Wo?*^:Dominion I
,7 ... ���    ." -'-.>-," '   'he pointed down thc prUhwav./
Dprki.r;.'"I,i��.cau whatjs:ik?(^g0j    .^    (lo    ^ coincTicrc
I "'say.'-'
'.-'. Timberley-stared. "/'-'Why, I.un'dcr-
sto9d/..th"at :was7;yo'ur; business," - he
frowned; "raising, wild; things for sale/
Have. I"been misinformed?" .
-' "Not" exactly.:- T do sell them, but4
I. first orall.-'know./wlurc .tht'y,'.arc.go-
,in'g and into whose'hands I- am placing them."
again*'
(To, be. Continued';)
B.C. Tics .for "United-Kingdom'.
. -An .order has .been placed -with the
British;..Columbia lumber Export X\<w
sociation   for  20,000,000  feet" of  rail-
tariaiV and -partdemoeraiie. -"-' One "or
tlic" otlicr'sc-herue'.. will   avail.".... Thc
scini-'Aiialic- barbarians   of'   proletary
ian. Rtk-r-ia are (xlerminaiors.'    Tlfcy
began    by   .t-xferminriiing; intellectual
lifc iii/'Ru.-5ia.      i.ntcllcciuali.ty ihca,it |
knovvU-ug;:, and knowledge meant- exr'l
jjortness -and' power...   ,'It  nicaiit' that.]
the  1'nar.  \\ itlr. kt'iovvledi',>:  could "con-,j
ircil iiic-n v; ilhoiit. knowledge, and un-!
til -Lenin.?   i.aw"tliat   si   hc   extcrinin-1
ate'd everv man iu  Kussia who".knew
.-Oh,    - Timbcrlev    gave"a=' relieved   road tics for the    Lnitcd-   Knitrdom-,   , ;-. .       ...       ..   -     .���   . ,
sigl,;:7/-That's  a- simple  matter;;   I   wilich.^ the third' order7 of this size-   '��W ,t0 P f^1^^ "oih^ i^0U'd
^^-T^^^'Y^K^^P^cci on the Pacific coast thisychr! \ bc" fe   lhc    Chinese    exocu^pner
-jiame. of/the- company for whom/my
y friend is buying."/     ''   ' ���.-"'"
Dorkin shook his head'..  - "It's no.
use,", he-said.   ."I-won't sell any of  dciiiand    for   this    class    of
..my_animals,.at"this time, of'tlic ,yca.n!;[threatens -to raise the price.
Th��-   y^^rt    ^;r.���    ~c .:      - -   \      . I were' killing off the professional and,
lhe    export    price    of- ties is about;                  . ,,..,                             I
<��\f. ���r fi^.^o^.'i   !-..*. .i"    -���       ' *", i expert   classes. When   expertness
ifio per-tnousanu,  but thc increased-                   .,  . ���>               .
L.   .      i was  heeded' it was    conscripted    on
timber       .       r   ,     , ,,.,.,             ,  .   ,   -
1 pain  of death. Military and indus-
"But  why,- in- God's iiahic?"' cried
-..-.the other.' -'��� .  /- -.--      -''���".
--- "It's", there-   breeding season," an^
swered Dorkin. ."" "I .won't part with
-them, "neither will-'I take the young
j. Practically the entire 20,000,000 feet
will be shipped' by chartered" steamers, from the -British Columbia mills.
.,MffiD7SZS
.?ftlltii
?'-^S ��-.-?&$':'". ������-
Great ]
.-a ., .    .    .. .    -,        . .   .trial expertness have been conscript-
Britain is- in' need of    an v-enormous I    ,   ;        , ,    .    , ., ,".
.' ...       ;   ,      "��� ,    ,     r." ��� ��� . I cd, but the tnclhod of the revolution
quantity of sleepers and  thc British   .     , ,. ,-     ,
is destruction, and    thc
yards arc rc-sclling .to thc continent, j
purpose    js
i world dominion.
. Many Canadian Cattle Exported.
About 2,000. of Canadian cattle arrived'at Antwerp a few days'ago, according to word received at Ottawa.
The city; of Paris,'which.is expected
toL complete a- contract for/ the pur-
-.chasc ;.of:.'.cattle, in Canada,, had.two
ircpr.esentativcs/ on- .hand'.'.to,- examine
-the.-quality/of. the., animals :sent -to
.'Belgium, their condition --;bh'/.,.arrival'
'and. .'the/'requirernenti 'for . receiving
such/cargo,.,;r-.It is"���alsp.7,fin.ddrstood
by;... the/.Dpminion ^.Tirade - and :Corn-
roerce/^p.epartifj.qnt; /that within /th/e
past .few/days retail prices of'-:rnea.t
:, i hiyc^7'alkn /c"6ns:deraBly;. in! Belgium^' {'calendar year./
Alberta Winter Fair Prize List.
Thc prize list for, the. Alberta, winter, fair, to be-held in- Calgary, November 22 to.26, provides classes for
a breeders' herd class .comprising bull
calf, two heifer calves    born    after
June 30,; 1919.   ' In    this    class '"'the
calves - must be bred ��� and - owned by
the" exhibitor; /There, will be ��3,500
in, prizes for, the; baby beef competition", and/.the.l.amb. competitions/-and
i-the-   prize  /will/-'.jtnclude/classcs.v'for
grades- .separate ���/from-   thc p.urcbred ;.
classes; in ---addition/  to--,- the  '-.grand'!.
prizes/7 / The - baby-=beef: entries" m ust;
/have, been .born "in;'191"9/and .the/I.ahibs j
rniist' .h'a.ve--.beeti-;biorn in .-the present
just a mihiste,please?
Let's get right down: to cases
i ������:. -r-Watck cases .
OPEN up/ari Ingersoll Maple
,. Leaf; you'll see a busy,
, little time-keeping plant in op-/
.���;erati6n, happily,/smoothly, - ac-.-
/xurately y functi.oriing-r-e very
/ little'-- movement" with' a mean-
ing all.its own/. - ���'/;"
Now look the Maple/Leaf in
the face���it's an honest face,and
a'-" truthful- face. And you can
liclievc what you see there.    -
After, all,  the primary,.: purpose of a watch is tp.keep timCi.
The Ingersoll kebps.timc and
"does it under conditions /that
v/ould send any.other watch to
- the repairer's. -���
/And its sturdihess,.dependability,   and   cheapness  aren't
obtained at the cost of appear-.;
" ance.  The Maple teaf is really,
a good-looker.
$3,25���at the nearest dealer's. .
And that will be quite near.-
Maple Leaf Radiolite-~TclIs:
time in the dark���75c extra or
$4.00..
.    . Maple Leaf, $3,25
California Syrup of Frigs'*
'Child's Best Laxative
Accept' "California"   Syrup of Fi^s
onlyr���look forthcnamc'California on
the. package/'then  you. arc sure "your
'.child is haying, the- best" and    most
'.harmless.-physic.for.the little stomach,;
liver  and bowe's.'   Children   lovc;;its
J.fruity 'taste. - Full directiriris.bn'. each
bottle.:'.Yoii'must say "California.".. TFTE     LEPfrK . O-RTT^NAVOOp.     B.     C.
K.
HOME-MADE   BREAD
bread-making reduces th
cost of living by lessening the
��f expensive meats required *fe
the necessary nourishment to t
The   increased   n:\itfitio\is
'..bread..made in the home with
body.
should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful
housewife io give this important food item the
attention to' which it is justly entitled. Bread
made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist
longer than that made with any other*
Made in Canada
^���A^f^Ti^tj^tjrif^j.wy^rXvi'.^i.V^^yw^
Exhibit of Paper Clothing:
Garments are Cheap and Declared to
Bo Washable.
Paper clothing and other articles
made in Austrian factories were placed on exhibition in Washington by
the Department of Commerce. Later the exhibit will be offered to clothing and other interested manufacturers for exhibition.
The exhibit includes workmen's
suits, a table cover, collars and cuffs,
a -laundry bag and a wall decoration.
One: paper suit is quoted at 32 crowns,
or about 15 cents in United Statcs
currency," while another sells for 120
crows, or about 55 cents. In the exhibit is also a suit made of 40 per
cent, paper, which in Austria sells at
575, crowns, or about $2.65 in American money at the present rate of exchange. - According to officials of
the department the garments are
washable.
Shoppers Cook Their Meals
Minard's Liniment For Burns, Etc.
>  '��� _	
It makes some men feel painfully
honest when thcir neighbors acquire
fortunes by dishonest methods.
Big Neck KI
Removed ~
Without Knife
���pain or any ill-effect.
You can pro ve i t at our
ri.k. GOITRENE remove* parmnnentljr,
w   ���~'^v even worst long-stand-
<�����!&#' ''y   in8 cases, leaving not
nu ��<?������* 'he slightest swelling.
VX7i��&& Coata Nothing If It Falls
ewtf. Stopsn(T��rinpl Btop being embarrassed by
thatnnslffhtly tumor. Stop it bef ore it��ndanfter�� hurt
throat, tunKat Stof> taking dangerous drUtfHl Goitrcn.
Ib aaf��, aura, aolantlfIs and f uarantead. Writ�� todii;
tnr Pro. book and mo^t convincing testimonials you*v.
ever read.  Hundreds . ' Dutiunts.   Address
COITRENE CO.  574-A 63rd St.; Chicago, 111.
MONEY ORDERS
Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money    Order.
Five dollars costs three cents.
SINCE 0
HVLOfl
30i?8?ICOUGHS
m>.:
m
MENS   HATS
"WILL outwear
TWO HATS
OF ANY
>OTHERMAKE*
Made in Italy    -   -.
ALU STYLES-ALL COLORS
SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER
!>���
Aai*rtears Plonear
Dog Remedies -.
BOOK  ON
DOG'   DISEASES
' ind   How   to   Feedj
Mailed    Free    to    any
���" AddieM  by  tbe
���       '   Author    '���'.
H.   CT.AY..GT.OVER
CO.,   INC.,
US   "West"''3l5t-5treet; i
New  Vork.  U'.S A
British    Columbia    Has    Up-to-the-
Minute Store.
The women customers of an up-to-
the-minute store in British Columbia
arc furnished, not only with a rest
room,-.which contains a bed in case
of sudden illness, but with a kitchen
in which is a really, truly stove and
pots and pans. Customers coming
to town from a distance bring their
food with them and cook and cat it
at the store just as if thcy were at
home. In this Ayay they are able.to
avoid expensive hotel meals when
they go to town for a day's shopping.
Customers waiting ' for late trains
are allowed the use of these rooms
even after the store is .closed for the
day, the rooms having a separate entrance from the. street and allowing
of their being shut off from the rest
of the store after closing hour.
* ������
Can Display Flag. ?
The German flag may again be displayed from public buildings and carried in parades on special occasions,
in all the Rhineland, except' thc
American area. Under the High
Commission's order ' Germans must
obtain a permit for each such display.
-Major-General Henry A. Allen has
not approved the order for thc American area because llie. armistice status
still exists  there.
Smuggling- by Airplane
Miss Vanity is Very Old
The Curriculum
Ancient Egyptians Extravagant in tbe
Matter of Toilet Requisites.
The Egyptian belle of 5000 B.C.
was no less extravagant in the matter
of toilet requisites than is the beauty
of today.- She required among other
things, a long stone palette with a
hollow in the centre, in which to mix
her   green   eye-paint.       This  palette
Superfluous Studies that Could Profit-
- ably be Dispensed With. - y.
Some day a daring creature will
arise and thrust a number of school
studies into the waste basket. It has
been said that a school or college
cduc.uicn simply teaches thc ait of
reading o* writing. There ire superfluous studies; there are subjects in-
also rhcld   a "very   delicate   sea-shelf, j dustriously and desparingly    pursued
Woman Fined in England for Taking
In Firearms.
A fashionable attired American woman, giving the name of Mrs. Gretchen -Menken.-was fined ��50 for smuggling nine pistols into England by
airplane. She pleaded guilty to bringing in arms without declaring them
before the customs officials.
The woman said the weapons were
for her 14-year-old son, who was a
pistol marksman. She was ' charged
with inducing a porter at the aerodrome to take six pistols to a taxi-
cab. Angered by the small tip
which he received, the porter informed the authorities of the incident.
The woman's room, is an expensive
hotel, was searched, and the pistols
were found and confiscated.
Mail Recovered From Sea.
Some mail bags, evidently lost
from a torpedoed vessel, have just
been recovered off Scarborough by
the crew of a local fishing boat. One
of the letters in the bags was posted
in. Jerusalem by a Scarborough man,
Mr. John Crimlisk, and bears the
postmark March 18, 1918. It was
addressed to 'Mr. W. Sellers, of
Franklin .Street,- Scarborough, to
whom it has now been delivered.
I Written in copying ink, it could'still
be read without difficulty.'
Apple Crop in Quebec.
It is estimated that the apple crop
this ycar in the Province of Quebec
will total 100,000 barrels, or more
than 25 per cent, increase over last
year's production. The quality of
the crop has never been better.
^rai ��� < tm ��� HI B another day v:jj
lUifl I Hm Wi. ItoUlm-fileed-
9** ��� ���    H^ ^lK> lnS. or Protrud-
W I EL.8sife$Ji 1,,b p,n��,a- ����
ll      ��� EmKSWW��r   surijiciil oper-
mm      _ lmm^ n���'    ation required
Dr. Chase"!" Ointment will relieve you at onco
and afloid lasting benefit. ' 60c. a box; all
lealcrs, or Kdmansnii, Bates & Co., Limited,
Toronto. Sample Loxfrceit you mention tliis
paper and encloses, stamp to pay postage.
Not ABJenns
mars   the ' p'er-f e ct
appearance of hercom*
plexion.. Permanent
'-O. �� II and .temporary    skin
*" r   troubles are effectively
concealed.   Reduces  un-
w - natural colorand corrects'
greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
.used with beneficial results as
a curative agent for 70 years.
^m&^^^i&w^^^m^^
BUY "DIAMOND-DYES"
:.   DON'T RI'SK\MATERIAL
... Each package of :"piainond-I)ves" con-
./tairss; directions so -simple ijiat any,
woman ..can dye^apy ftiaterial-without
streaking, fading-ol' running:'. Druggist
has color card���Take ao other dye I
CpoK'8 fettoB Boot Compoiika
SHOEPOUSHES
iBUCK,WHIT��.TAN,CASHBRCWN
OR OX-BLOOD SHOES
.PSESERVEiKeLEATHER:
^riCVMUr C0SP0SM10KS in'.
. A tn/e, rtXiabl* rcpulating
THrdicine.-. Eoiil in tbrco "do
erqe* of Btrcnglhji-No. I. SI]
Ktt- 2, 53; No. 3, SJ'per bor.
��� Soli by. mil druf tints, or sen*
Srepaid' on  receipt  of  pries,
re*     pamphlet.    'Address]
THE 'cook medicine co.;
T0SOJIIO, C.'.T. {Ftrsirlj Whistf.)
l^iSKliCniiSl
aaii
WlXtfUUl' l'UKB BLOOD HEALT
VETARZ0
VraHODT PURE B1/0OD HEALTH IS IMPOaSIBUI
MEDJCINB.
.   _ ��� NEKVE FOOD
- Triu Bottls either Remedy S����� indiiiK Chi-ml-w ot -
TetaigoRemediea Co..CotiwI Oalc. N.^3, U>ud,m. Bag.
K1UF A CENTURY'RBPUTATIOM. '.
0^8 EPt CDP'C P'l-'-S FOR THE
K.LE ULCnU OLIVER'HDNEYS
InratuahTe for enseaifts'or these Ivuportanc orannit."
Oratal. I'��int In thr Hack; Rout. Ith-nmxU��� Frlta
S��-I��dln�� Chamisu or Or-LE CLEttO MKD. OO,
f:
rzmsm
Just' :Im^rie"===r===^
.'   The-'iilicious presirre'g you would nuke .ii'yoa could walk -on* iato an orciird o!.
..One-Thousand. Acres of ripe,  luscious, fruit,, in- tSe pint of condition, picking only"
- the choicest..using nothing with  it biit  pure caae  sugar,  and  if, in addition;  yon
, had the.most scientific machinery to turn it ont���Don't you think your Jam wonld
���be just about perfect?- ,lhii��  is  jusfkow   '-.
"i'xx-- ^Ey.D.x SMITH'xi&y SON& Litmted xxx
:,;���,:'-"-."-.";.,���"���:'.���.-."J'fvMAK'B THEIR JAMS AND JELLIES'-,;.' X yX'y'ZXy.X
'Xy-x -,-.They 'were  the. first 'ito make  Purs -Jams' ia  C-oiads,'' and ��� are still  leading
'-la popularity.-? Try'.*'tin'of their new  seasons 'strawbeny.' -It is delicious;-''.'
.:  -V17-Ask-yonr- grocer.: for, E..D., Smith's Jams' with th*.; Maple teil "label. '-;...
X '...'.. X-X'-...--:'-'-' ; , Western  Distribntor*.;-.   -.'.   ���>;,-.--",���"���/'     V:"   ="-.-���
��� Watson.ft-.Truesdalev 7W.irnipey,/ Regina' and Saskatoon," Sask.'-.IDonald E.' I*aia C*��'
Calgary and Edmonton, -Alta.
���sae&Z
������-.' 7-Alberta Coal Industry.
Proof of the development of the
Alberta coal industry is provided by
official figures recently published
showing production during first six
months. To the end of June thc output was three million forty thousand
tons compared -with two million
sixty-nine thousand.tons for the corresponding period last year - Figures
include bituminious arid, lignite product, ',".Operators state more'coal, has
been marketed than in any' other co'r-
responding period in the history of
coal production in Alberta.    ,-"
Saskatchewan Wool Output.
Iri the Province . of. Saskatchewan
in the last-four years the amount of
wool consigned to the co-operative
branch of the Provincial-Department
of .Agriculture increased -., from .,,179
:consignmcnts-.weigliing 69,704 pounds,
for which the average price'realized
was473<�� cents to -916 consignments,
weighing 394,068 lbs., .at an average
price of ,61 1-2 cents.'per lb.      ;  :
-" -Miller's Worm Powders are par excellence the ' medicine s for-' children
wiio are found suffering frpm.the ravages, of worms".. , They immediately
alter, the.stomachic conditions tinder
.which thc .worms subsist and -drive
them from- the system, and/it- the
same time,' they are tonical iii"their
effect, upon the .digestive organs, restoring them to! healthful operation
and .ensuring wnmuriity from-further
disorders 'froni such a-cause.' X. -;   ��� *
Big,Jump,in Revenue.; '.
The7to.tal. revenue pf;Can'ada in^Aur
gust' of this year' was double that .of
August, 19.19. ��� "It'is" cxpeffH-d the'.'total , revenue for the-, fiscal year, willbe
$150,000,000," compared . with'������$58,900,;-
000 in the previous, twelve' inouths." -"
OH! EACH DAY^   :;
UITIEMORE
vHun-y!.Let<-,Dandedne'':7save
. 7 j^our hair.and double-'���"."*'
��� ." its;beauty ''."���'-,     '..'.
wherein she mixed the paint with the
necessary grease for stiffening her
eyelashes; ivory hair-pins which rivalled in length the hat-pin of the present day, and quaint ivory combs. All
these articles were shown at an exhibition in London of the trophies dug
up by the members of the Egypt exploration fund. There was also a
small red clavv of a face, with green
paint bringing the eyes into extraordinary prominence. *
The housewife of seven thousand
years ago had household goods similar to those of the housewife of today. She had copper pans and
strainers, stone blades, wooden bowls
and coppe"r mirrors, and to decorate
her home she acquired alabaster vases
and painted pottery vases.
which will never'be worth a" brass
farthing in the after life. Rut authoritative persons are wedded to thc
conventional curriculum; and it will
need tremendous daring on the part
of this forthcoming iconcclast to eliminate the things that are worthless,
and give prominence to those which
arc close to life *nd effort.���Montreal
Gazette.
The Beauty of a Clear Skin.���The
Wives and Mothers ��
Need Not Have
Sore Backaches
Constantly on thcir feet, attending
to the wants of a large and exacting
family, women often break down with
nervous exhaustion.
condition  of   the  liver regulates  the!', In   the. stores,  factories  and  on a
condition~of thc blood.    'A disorder-, far.m  .rc wea!<'. all,nS women, drag
cd liver causes impurities in the blood
and these show themselves in blemishes on thc skin. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills in acting upon the liver act
upon the blood,and a clear, healthy
skin will follow intelligent use of this
standard medicine. Ladies, who will
fully appreciate this prime quality of
these pills, can use them with the
certainty that the effect will be most
gratifying.
Growing Northward. ���
The Canadian Customs Department
is.gojng to.establish a station at Port
Burwell, Hudson's Bay. A steamer
recently left Halifax, N.S., with police
and Customs Officers.. They intend
to remain at Port Burwell for two
ycars   after  their ^arrival.
THE TREASURE
i        OF GOOD HEALTH
Easily Maintained Through the Use
"���'    of Dr. Williams' Pink Pilk.
There is not a nook or corner in
Canada, in the cities, the towns, the
villages ,on the farms and in the
"mines and lumber camps, where Dr.
���Williams' Pink Pills have not been
used, and from one'end of the-coun-
try to" the other they)-have, brought
back to bread-winners, their wives
and families the splendid treasure of
new health and strength. *
You have only to ask your neighbors, and they can tell you of .some
rheumatic, or. nerve-shattered man.
some suffering woman, ailing youth
or anaemic girl; who owes present
hralth and. strength to Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. ' For more than a quarter
of a .century these pills have been
known not only in Canada,-but
throughout all the. world, as a reliable
tonic, ���..blood-making, medicine.
The' wonderful success- of- Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is due'to-the fact'
tliatthcy-go'right to-the root of the
diseases in the blood, and by making
the. vital fluid rich .and red strengthen
every organ, and every nerve, thus
driving out disease, and pain, and
making weak;', despondent people
bright, active and. strong. Mr. 'W. T.
���Johnson, one of the best.known and
most--highly esteemed men'in Luneti-
burg_ county, - N.S., says:���'I am a.
Provincial Land Surveyor, and am exposed for the greater part of'lhe year.i
gcd down with torturing backache
and bearing down pains.
Such suffering isn't natural but it's
dangerous, because due to diseased
kidneys.
The dizziness, insomnia and other
symptoms of Kidney complaint can't
cure themselves, they require the assistance of Dr. Hamilton's Pills
which go direct to the seat of the
trouble.
To give vitality and power to the
kidneyp>"'to lend aid to the bladder
and liver, to free the blood of poisons, probably there is no remedy so
successful as Dr. Hamilton's Pills.
For all womanly irregu aritiei their
merit is well known.
Because of their mild soothing and
healing effect, Dr. Hamilton's Pills
are safe, and are recommended for
girls and women of all ages. 25c
per box at all dealers. Refuse any
substitute for Dr. Hamilton's Pills of
Mandrake and Butternut.
The House Shortage
Will "Build Now" Settle the Housing
Problem?
The housing situation, whiles of a
general nature, is really a personal
and individual matter, and one upon
which the man who is up against it
must face and eventually decide.
The present house shortage has
many causes. Chief among those is
the permanent resident who is renting a home, who has no place to call
his own and who must add to the
general flurry of finding a place to
live in along with the man who has
just arrived in the city.. ' *...
-The permanent resident. The one
who calls this.his "home'town" and
who takes. a community pride in the
district in which'he .lives���yet rents
his home���pays out each'. month his
hard earned money���he ..is . the man
who is not adding to the community
welfare or making himself a worthy
citizen���hc!s losing out'on the greatest "fundamental of citizenship���ownership. . y \ -
' "lhe housing problem is therefore
very; much' of an individual matter
and resolves itself to your own conditions and desires.-
"Build   Now" .will certainly settle
to vcry .hard-work Travelling Vhroug"hp0��� ��wn Vuticvl^ housing-problem
the forests'by day7and camping-" out   ">r a", time..   U will give-you a bet-
by night, and. 1 find  th* onlv thine;'ter standing ih the community/and is
i!?at,}f}}}i.kc*P'-���e,liV.\�� ^e'mark ;is!so ��� Inuch raorc economical.
Dr. .Williams'" Pink'Pills."   . When   I       '-.,���������     ���' ...     ..,->  �������� \t     ����
leave-home- fora trip-in-the woods. l'   -^hat-tST meant: oy.. Build-Now?"-
am as interested in having my-supply
of pills- as- provisions,- and ori such
occasions, ��� take them regularly.-The
result, is "I am always fit. ���" I never
take cold,'"and can-digest all kinds of
food- such as we have'to put up. with
hastily cooked-in the= woods. .--Having proved i the- value of. Dr. Williams
Pink Pills, .-as^. a' tonic and health
builder,'.I am never, 'without them.'and
I lose no opportunity in recommend-
ings them to weak people whom I
meet."
���Dr. -Williams' Pink Pills should be
kept in ��� every honie, and" their occasional use: will .keep the'blood pure
"and..ward, -off.- illncssl-'.. ";-You;can get
[the'se pills'- through any. medicine deal-
cr.'or bv mail ?.t-50 cents a'box or six
boxes for $2.50 from The] Dr. Williams, Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
'ii'-"..- ..Importance of Flax. ,
' "In" 19147 thirteen ��� mills for retting
and scrutching- flax- were in - operation
in Canada; at present there are sixty-
four all in Ontario and-Quebec. The
most important .development has taken place .in,. Western 7 Ontario. In
1919 ���there were 2,400 tons produced
worth $5,000,000, or with the seed $6,-
000,000. This docs not'.include the-
flax7 seed grown in the -Canadian
West,-where up to'the'present time
.flax.straw, has.'not been, utilized. It
has now been demonstrated that in
Canada a fibre of niost'desirable quality can be grown.
..JiVhat
It is a slogan'that, every -lumber dealer., thoroughly understands the meaning of aiid has prepared' hirns.elf with
plai'i3,'working drawings and full particulars .relative' to building", a house
and Building'Now..;.- --;   ".-'.'���".
Water Supply of
Southern Saskatchewan
Big. Undertaking Ia Again Under
Consideration.
Steps are being taken to improve
the water supply of Southern Saskatchewan. The scheme which is being
considered by the . Saskatchewan
Water Supply Commission involves
bringing water from' the Southern
Saskatchewan River to Regina and
Moose Jaw, a distance of over 130
miles.
Seven million dollars is the minimum cost of the scheme. This figure is based on a main. line system
to Regina, but on wooden staves
with a.branch line to Moose Jaw. If
a concrete-line is to be used the cost
will be $11,000,000, and if a steel line
is used the. cost to the cities will be
$13,000,0\>0/
German Officers Working.
It is reported that, under the dire
compulsion of the necessity of earning their liveing, something like 80,-
000 former German officers, some of
them ranking as high as brigadier-
generals, are now working as junior
clerks and menials, for less money
than manual laborers.
Demaitd for New Saving Certificate.
Seven months' sales of new form of
savings certificates total two and a
half million, dollars. The certificates,
which replace the war certificates, are
issued in denominations of $5 and up,
yield the investor 5 1-2 per cent, interest and are obtainable direct from
banks and money order post offices.
Will Morning
Never Come
T\OES this illustration pfc*
ture your experience?
What is more distressing
than being unable to sleep? ,
Sleeplessness is one of tht
first and most certain symptoms of exhausted nerves.
ThlM la tha warning tbat you ne��d
tba assistance of Dr. Chua's Nerv*
Food to reitor* vigor to the nerve
cells and thereby avoid tbe develop*
ment of aerlous nervous trouble.
By Improving the quality of tha
blood and building up the nervoua
eyatem tbis food cure brings new
energy and strength to the -whole
body.
B0 cents a bar, 6 for $2.75, an dealers, er
���dmanion, Bates et Co., Ltd,, Toronto.
The Insoluble Problem.
Ireland makes impossible demands.
England yields everything except
sovereignty���and in this instance she
believes" that sovereignty over Ireland is essential to the safety and
the very existence of the Empire! Ih
such a deadlock, reasonable men
would cast about for a friendly adjustment But the trouble is that
intense passion on one side and delay and stupid handling bn the other
have brought the Irish question into
a plight with which reason, apparently, is allowed to have-nothing to
do.���New York Times.
Fortunes in Fish.
It is estimated that the salmon
pack in British Columbia will be
worth $12,000,000 this year. The
runs have ^been particularly g-ood in
the Fraser River and in the rivers of
the Northern part of the Province,
Western Hail Losses
of
Association Levies, Excess  Rate
Twelve Cents Per. Acre.
The total hail loss incurred by the
Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance Association so far this year has
been ^703,000. The directors have
decided to levy an excess rate of 12
cents per acre on seeded acreage in
addition to the four cent flat rate paid
by the farmers and speculators. This
excess crop acreage is a great improvement over last ycar, when a 22
cent levy had  to  be imposed.
The heaviest hail losses this year
were during the storm of August 4;
Some -wise old saws Lave lost their
teeth.
e
Minard's   Liniment
." where. .-.
for   sale , every;,
The Best. Farm Magnet.,
la    an,, interesting;article1 on the
farm; labor shortage, H. G. Weaver
-   -. - -���     -.-'-���''.���:.'���'..-���    ���'$��������
says;-   -... r \    ;;������   .������ .--. -���..   ..
"The way to. keep the. boy. on the
farm is-not to -tryVto keep him theie
at all. The. thing to' do is. to make,
him like.the farm, and the only way
to make him like the farm is to make
the-, farm likable and then prove to
him that it.is likable./ "After..that's
been; done you needn't worry about
keeping hini therc~-you couldn't pull
! him away." ''""'. -.'< ".
". Quite true: "But," asks 6n'e,'"how:
are .we going to. make, the farm likable?" - Principally .. by . making it
profitable. -Once farming is.-put on
a business basis; once our farmers'
organizations take the speculation
and the fluctuation out of the markets- for farm products, wft^will not
havc to worry about keeping.the.boys
oh the farm.
==^
COOKS!
You will immensely lm^
prove tne tastiness of
dishes ana add tremendously tp their nourishing
Value if you use plenty of
1(
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Saskatchewan's Building.
The value of new construction actually, started in the province during
August was $1,448,938, as compared
with $1,816,446 during July. , New
brick construction totals $178,638, and
frame.$128.000.. iiyX.iyZyXX-
���LTo' stop' falling, hair, at once and.rid
the scalp of; evcry: particle- of ..dagdj.
ruff, 'get a 'small, bottle of "Dahder^
ihe'* at any drug;or.toilet counter for
a few cents,.pour a'little.in your,hand
and rub it into.thcscalp. - After, sev-7
cral--applications- the ;.hair7 usually.
stops coming oat and you can't find
any dandruff. .--Help-your, hair.<2row.
long, thick and strong7 and become
soft, glossy and abundant. 7.:.; 7 ,-v ..; i
. Grasalafed Eyelids,
'. Eyes- inflamed" by. expo-
 sure to Sm��� Dal tad Wiii
E_ y W: #�� quickly rdtievsd by Kirfse
W QSSS tyaSemtij. No Smarting,
,,- ,4/-i-y.'**Ziutt\��7e Cenjfort:'...';Af
yoar Dn^giits er by reiH 60c. per Bottle.-
For Seek *l las Eys free,write ���'-"!-:''. ws'
Huriaa Eye 8��n*��y Co^ Cblcag��.
iM^yZuM:iiim
This is to certify that I have used
MINARD'S LINIMENT in,my family for years and consider it the best
liniment oti the market. I have found
it excellent for horse flesh.
(Signed) - -
"- '.��� ���      , "-    W S.-PINEO'5" ���''��� ��� --;
:"Woo4lan:d|," Mjddkton, 'N.'-sV'^'-; :;
":;���..;���;-Millions." For; Implements.; yZyiy-
'-.\Vith Uie. heaviest demand in'-years,
farm implement/, dealers .anticipate*
shortagc'.spon'/:: "During -ithe.7y.ear' $6,r:'
000,000'-. worth" .of '^,,impleiiicrits'; ?haye J
J isenigoid'ln'-th^ proyince.'' ^ 7 iy Xy |
It'sBeautifi
rpi
iX\ THEN
yVXnlve
women of good
ment insist
best quality for
imoaeyX 7- ''-----'"���
;T}i�� .Silver
Wm.; Rogers
Son, in patterns
during beauty,
Best at the JP
bears a reputation
years* stahdinj
craftsmanship- ai
pidous standards
"r". 'fJheSdirerplde 1
���WilliamTiogers and
xXxXyX%c$e&aiife&ice
:'-;T��dv:\Vm." ROGER!
.-.-.-'���v.'-" ;���',   ',JM*i����ae!GztrxxM*
ii-y^m/^OQESS MFG.
���"yy 'y XX'X:.'~ Nk&sk. Falbi o. 11
THE LEDGE
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or $3
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
Lessee
THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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 appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12'Cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
. Business locals  I2^c.  a line each insertion.
Heavy Shave
"For a long time Canadian currency has been taken here at a
discount but up to a recent date
Canadian silver circulated cheek
by jowl with American silver and
no notice was taken of the foreign
coin in the daily transaction of
business. It is now different.
The banks of the larger cities of
the stato issued notice that Canadian coin would nofe be accepted
at its face value and the practice of
discounting has reached the smaller
towns. This fluctuation of Canadian money works a hardship
along the border as much of it has
in the past found circulation on
fehis side of fehe line. In fact a few
years ago there seemed to be more
Cauadiau currency moving around
than United States money. To
those who know the stability of
the Canadian banks, and the general healthy financial condition of
the Dominion, this rasping off of a
large percentage of the value of
Canada's medium of exchange is
hard to understand. It will all
come out in the wash after a while
and Johnny Bull's dollar and
Uncle Sam's dollar will go along
the commercial path hand in
hand,"���Gazette, Orovillej  Wash,
Nelson Gun Club
. The Nelson Gun Club will hold
a registered trap shoot on September 29 and 30.. The tournament
lias been sanctioned by the American. Tiapshooting Association and
will be held under its rules. Nine
events are scheduled for each day,
shooting to commence promptly at
9 o'clock. . Contestants are requested to. enter for the entire day
before shooting commences.. Officers of the club are: President,
Major Gilbert . Anderson;, acting
secretary, Howard. Bush; field captain, G. W. Steel; executive com-
!mittee',.'C; T>. Blackwood, J. Brass-
field and G.Lapointe. .:
The7 Mid way Gun Club. which
includes - meinbers.--; from X Rock
Creek,: Greenwood and Midway,
will attend the Nelson .shoot. ------
Thompsoii-Oliyer.
\ ��� At.tbe ,Manse, Trail,. B.0.,.. on
Thursday, Sept. 16, afe 7.30 p.'niV,:
the marriage /was solemized be-
. tween' Mai col tn Thompson \ son "of
Mrs; M. Thompson, Nelson, .and
Eileen Mary Oliver, formerly .. of
Greenwood,- B.C.,.daughter of Mrs.
Sydney Oliver,'Trail, the Rev. A.
M, O'Donnell officiating. , The
witnesses Were Mr. and Mrs* Geo.-
Trevor row. . -After the 'ceremony
the newly married couple 'motored
to Rossland where they" caught the
morning Great Northern- train for
Spokane and adjacent points. Af-
the. "honeymoon. Mr. : and Mrs.
Thompson ;will reside in Trail.     -
Bill Got Wet
Bill Jewell^;tlie. energetic and
gentlemanly, ticket 'puncher, on
Canada's    National     Htgh'way,
, entertained the passengers the
other evening by trying to walk
on the waters of Kooteaay lake
at Nelson, but on account, of
darkness it was not a success.
Bill says.he will be more success-
;iul next time. '. xXXyX
Card of Thanks
iXyS.XjX. Larsen ?.and bisvrtep-
���'. daughter,JyGladys. . Bell,-; wishes
iio thank'all friends-for theirkind
7 expressi.onsof sympathy...and bean-.
-;;tt f al:.". floral /tributes ���: daring ii their
'-.;. recent sad,'..bereavement. '7
Rossland Assessment District
Court-house R^.^HR^TEnhat,n��nJhursday' the 12th day of Oct^er, 1920, at the hour of 10 a.m., at the
insaidlisth^n^' f" \W*,lt 5e" at public auction the lands !n the list hereinafter set out, of the persons
linrt f��r int. - ��� *   set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons on the 31st day o,f December, 1919,
nerion Jrfinn nL? uS a2? /Wo8'?' inclLidi"9 the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due for
period ending December 31st, 1918, is not sooner piad.
;c =. ^T!ll��CC'ilefu0rA^illJbj! P|eased t0 receive any information respecting the following list where the. owner
^918"  ann   n^L^^ll  *^I"S and entitled to the benefits of section 29 of the "Taxation    Amendment   Act,
Name of Person Assessed.
and   amendments  thereto.
Dated  at  Rossland, B.C., this 17th day of September,  1920.
LIST  OF  PROPERTIES
H.  R.  TOWNSEND, Collector.
Name of Person Assessed.
Short  Description  of  Property
CROWN   GRANTED  LANDS, Similkameen   Division  of Yale   District."
Horkoff A. & G - 14 ac. Pt. Lot 184	
Cascade Development Co 2/3 Int. 21G Ac. Pt. Lots 268 and'269..'
Cascade Development Co 234 Ac. Pt. Lots 26S and 269 	
Cascade Development Co ..550 Ac. Pt. Lot 312.
Cascade Development Co 72 Ac. Pt. Lot 313.. 7 ".'.'.'.	
Cascade Development Co 100 Ac, Pt. Lot 3147 '7	
Stocker Geo.  K 154 Ac. Pt. Lot 315... 7 .. 7 7	
Midway Ranch Ltd ...123.60 Ac. Pt. Lot 424    	
Midway Ranch Ltd 106.40 Ac. Pt. Lot 425 '
International Securities Co 269.90 Ac. Pt. Lot 492	
International Securities Co 233 Ac. Pt. Lot 493..  7.
McRae & McLaren...". 5S0 Ac. Pt. Lot 520 7777.7!
Midway Ranch Ltd 500 Ac. Pt. Lot 637	
Anselmo  Chas 245 Ac. Pt. Lot 750	
Norris & Megraw  65 Ac. Pt. Lot 7S1	
Norris & Megraw  93 Lots in Pt. Lot 781	
Sullivan   M 2 Ac. Pt. Lot 970	
Price William    ' 10.01 Ac. Pt. Lot 1012	
Lee Robert  92.S4 Ac. Suhdiv. "E" of Pt. Lot 1012..
Gowen W. W 10 Ac. Pt. Lot 1223 	
Midway Ranch Ltd 15,50 Ac. Pt. Lot 2647..:	
Anderson   John    16 Ac. Pt. Lot 2910	
Bertois J. A 14S Ac. Pt. Lot 3046	
Stewart Andrew J 160 Ac. Pt. Lot 1297S	
Columbia & Western  Railway Lands.    Similkameen Division of Yale District
Cosgrove & McAstocker 43 Ac. of Pt. Lot 2698	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 700, Map 38, Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Bell Beatrice May Lot 3, Block 3	
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Ry. Subsidy  Lands,   West   Kootenay   District.
Altaian John  193.06 Ac. Fr. of N.E. % of E. %~ of
Sec. 5 & Fr. of E. % of S.E. % & Fr,
of S.E. Vi of N.E. %, Sec. 8, Tp. 9A..
Churchill F. L 277, 23 Ac. Pt. Sec. 17, 21 & 26, Tp. 9A
Crown  Granted   Lands, West  Kootenay District.
Koehn Joseph  S4.G7 Ac. Pt. Lot 8086 -.'	
Bryan J. H 100 Ac. N. Pt. Lot 8627	
Cross James I-I 209.14  Ac. Pt.  Lot 8629	
Esling W. K 40. Ac. Pt. Lot 8639	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 4598, West Kootenay District.
Peterson J & Williamson J 66.46 Ac. Sub Lot 61, Lot 4598	
Subdiv. of Pt. of Lot 5547, Map 824, West Kootenay District.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co.15 Ac. Block "L"	
Arrears of
Costs
and
all Taxes
Int.
Expenses' Total
. $ 28.00
2.10
3.75
1
33.85
150.32
10.35
3.75
164.42
169.80
12.80
3.75
186.35
400.10
30.15
3.75
434.00
51.24
3.90
3.75
58.89
6S.20
5.30
3.75
77.25
112.24
8.50
3.75
124.49
333.00
25.50
3.75
362.25
300.00
22.25
3.75
326.00
60.00
4,55
3.75
68.30
43.00
3.30
' 3.75
50.05
S0.00
5.30
3.75
89.05
21.40
1.55
3.75
26.70
161.71
12.60
3.75
178.06
1S.85
���   1.45
3.75
24.05
66.70
5.05
3.75
75.50
6.36
.50
3.75
10.61
4.00
.35
3.75
,    8.10
13.05
.   1.00
3.75
17.80
7.25
.55
3.75
11.55
12.00
.95
3.75
16.70
10.00
.SO
3,75
14.55
546.25
59.10
3.75
609.10
20.00
1.60
3.75
25.35
ict.
42.50
3.50
3.75
49.75
20
3.75
3.75
5.95
-176.92
���
149.50
23.67
92.50
7.10
3.75
103.35
30.00
2.G1
3.75
36.36
25.00
'2.05
3.75
30.80
25.00
2.05
3.75
30.S0
23.66
2.26
3.75
29.67
Sub Lots 10, 18 and 37 of Lots 5817, 5547 and 8069, Map 824.
& Western Canada Land Co.7 Ac. S. Pt. Block 3	
& Western Canada Land Co. 64.88 Ac. Bk. 5	
& Western Canada Land Co.35.62 Ac. Bk. 6	
& Western Canada Land Co.49.07 Ac. Bk. 7	
& Western Canada Land Co. 69.06 Ac. Bk. 8	
& Western Canada Land Co.50 Ac Bk. 11	
&��� Western Canada Land C0.6S Ac. Bk. 12	
& Western Canada Land Co. 68,75 Ac. Bk. 13	
& Western Canada Land Co.45.S4 Ac. Bk. 14	
& Western Canafia Land Co. 39 Ac. Bk. 16 '
Subdiv. of
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba
Subdiv. of Bk. "D" of Lot 5547, Map 753 A.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co,.55 Ac. Bk. 2	
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co,.53 Ac. Bk. 3 ;	
Subdiv. of Bk. "I" of Sub. Lot 10 of  Lot 5817,  Map 878.   ���
Manitoba & Western".Canada Land Co..35. Ac, Bk. 6.. ... -.,
Manitoba & Western Canada-Land Co..29 Ac. Bk. 7...'....'.-..;. 7 .
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac- Bk." 10 .,. .'.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac. Bk. 11.......-'.; 7.
Manitoba & Western .Canada Land Co..50 Ac. Bk. 13." '.'.v...'....'.-..
Manitoba &.Western Canada Land Co. .50 Ac- Bk. 14 ;
Manitoba & Western Canada'Land'Co..50-Ac Block-15.'....".-..'"..,.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac? Block 16...- :,,',
Manitoba & Western "Canada Land Co. ,50 Ac Block 17 7	
Manitoba "&.Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac Block '21.' ;.';'.'.
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50 Ac. Block 22.",..........
Manitoba & Western Canada Land Co..50' Ac' Block .23 .'.'...."-.-.
Subdiv.of, Part .of Lot 5817,; West Kootenay District.   ';:..
'Youngmari &' Bastedo.- ���.':...-;.". ;'.320" Ac Sub Lot '40..,......
Subdiv; of Part of Lot 7159, Map .37, West  Kootenay  District.
Wilson L. W. & J. E....' ".'...". X.. 376.67 Ac- Pt. of Sub. Lot' 3..
Wilsoii'L. W. & J. E................".-..160-Ac. Sub. Lot 4..........
Wilson'LVW. &.J.E.................32.0 Ac. Sub/L.ot 8..'.-..'."...
TOWNSITE OF ANACONDA, Map 24.7. ,.:;....
Alexander - Elie  ........
Fa'wcett' Mrs. R. "0. E: -."
-Moore J; Wi........"'...-.;"-
Caron- Jo&eph ....-.-...���
Sullivan Dan J. ........
McDonell' J.. J'.X. .���.:...'.
Garland Mary '.-:";....'..:-..,
Smith L. -A.......'...-....
McDonell 'J. J. ;-.'; XX.: X.'-.
"Garland Mary'.-.'..'.,-;.. .���
Mc-Doiiell J;. J. .".'...". ;'.*.'.
Giirland & y McLehaghaii.
Spencer. Mrs.' L.. .. \... ,���������.���
Garland 'Mary '..:..'..".-.".
" Garland Mary ;v."'.."';'.;''.-.
Garland..TV- A..XX,,...";..-..'
...Kruski7-Charles-...'..-.;.:...'.
��� Garland. Mary ..'/........
:��� Keffer;.'Keffer.'& Lehner
', Garland Mary .;-..��� '. -.:,
Garland-T..A....-...'.....'
; Garland T:. AT",:...'.'. y..:".,
Ga4iind :Mary: X: :.'.'���..".:
.Keady. John' .'... .v....';. '..
Garland -.Mary; -.:-..-.
Garland .Mary-- .-:'.'.':���.'.;:
.-... .Lot .1,��� Bk. 2::...;....'..-.'..-..... -;-.'.:.-.
.;."..Lot 4,'Bk. 2:r..........:...'-..-;".'.���....;
.-.-.. .Lot'2, Bk; A..X .;.-;'."'. XXX:..'......':....:
.... '.Lot 4, Bk.-'4'.....'.......'.'..'..';'.-..'.....
 Lot'6, Bk. 4:.. ;' '
.--..=.'.'Lot .7, Bk;; 4. X.':. Xy.-;.;-;..-.'-.....-,';...-
 Lots ��� 1,. 9,.,11,' 13,-14/ Bk'.' 5.7".-.'.' '
.v.. .Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 6. :.,...;-...
.-.. v.Lots 12: and 13; ��� Bk.-,6....../..".'. ;���'.-..'
,..-.'.W: Pt.of-Lot 2, Bk. 8;7..'.";'.;-:.-.'.-v..'.'
..'.. .Lot 2,- Bk. 9.V;. X....-.' ';...';.".-.
.--.....Lots 1, 2, 4c,1 5, Bk.-10 .'..'���;.-.'-..;.. ���'.'.-..-.";-.'-
;... .Lot 3,'Bk. 10..:..-. y.  ;���;.'...,..;;
1 ;���:.; .Lots 8- and 9, Bk; 10..-...."..';....:.. .'
.-.:..Lots 8,;9,-10, Bk. 11;...-.;;".;;;-.V.���;-'..-.
 Lot.-6,: Bk: 711:.: Xy..;-.;.;.-.-.. -;" .-���. .-;.-
.'.���.-. .Lot'-7,' Bk. 13;-.'.-:.-; 7..".-.,..";.,-,.'...-..
;...-.L'ot A,'1,-8 to 14 and B.'Bk:. 15.......
; -;'. ;.^Lot- e,- Bk. 16.'.: .-'..-;-v.;.;;.../;.-.. .-.7-
..;.. Lots, 1, 2;' 5,: Bk. 18.-.";;.'.'.".--......-.-.-. ���
.....Lots 4 and'10, Bk. 18.....7 7;-.7.7
.. .v. W. % Lots 3 and 4,' Bk.'22....'.. J.;..���
."'..'; .Lot, 6, ;Bk; '23'.". ...;...';... ,. V; .'.���..;; . .-.'t
;���;.;. .W.Pt. Lot 8,-9, and Pt.of i0,r Bk. 23;,
.Pt: of Lots 6; .7, & 8 to;14 & B.-Bk. 25.
.Ptol Lots.; 9 to 12; Bk, 27;
TOWNSITE. OF ANACONDA, Western Addition, Map 97.7.,,
Garland>-Mary -.'...-..'.-.:!'-;.'...'.'.'.-. .....Lots 1 to 6, Bk. 5;.-.-..'.'.'."..;.-.'.'.
"Garland-,Mai;y,.;;...,;..,...,..:.V.,-.-;"....,,;.:.Lots i to 4, and: 6 t6.-8,'-Bk. 11.-';.',
Garland - Mary' .......'.......,.,,.;.-; .Lots 1 to 4,and'7 to-"10,.Bk: 12;
Garland''Mary ���...-..-...:-... ....;.Lots 1 to ;1'0, Bk. 13'.-.'....... -...;
Garland-Mary  ..;....-'. -.-'-. ..-. Lots l'to-10', Bk. 26..'....'.......:'-'.;
JGarland Mary '..: Lots .1 to.!), Bk. 27; '......:..
Garland Mary  Lots 1 to. 6, Bk; 28........;....'".-'.
Garland Mary    .'.,,. .;..Lots.l to 10,<Bk. 29.. ....	
TOWNSITE OF  BOUNDARY FALLS,Map 19.
Undivided Vs Interest..
C. A.<R. Lambly Estate ...
C, A. R. Lambly Estate '. ���..
C. A, R. Lambly Estate ...
CA. 'II'. Lambly-Estate ....
,C. A.'-R. Lambly Estate
C.-A. R. Lariibly Estate ..-.
C. A. R.-Lambly Estate ....
.C. A.-.R. Lambly Estate ...
C. A.' R. Lambly Estate ...
. Lots 1 to .16; Bk. 1..;	
.Lots Ito 7, 10 to 25, 27 to 35, 38 lo
41   Bk.- -2...   .;.  -
. Lots 1   to" 14,' i0.' to *38,'. Bk.' 3'.���'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.
.Lots.1 to 5, Bk. 5.. .,	
.Lots 6  to 47, Bk. 6................'..
. Lots 1- to' 46, Bki 7..;.";....';'."..;,:-."...
.Lots 1 to 23, Bk. 8..'.';-..	
. Lots 1 to 23, Bk. 9 :...-'.
.Lots 1 to 16, 26 to 28, 31 to.34, Bk. 4..
TOWNSITE OF BOUNDARY FALLS,  Smelter Addition, Map 90.
Shilcock V/illiam
CASCADE TOWNSITE, Map 8
Cascade Development Co ...
Stocker Geo. K.	
Cascade Development Co. .....
Cascade Development Co	
Stocker Geo. K.	
Cascade Development Co	
. Stocker Geo. K	
Stocker Geo. K. ;...:..
Stocker Geo. K.	
��� Cascade Development Co	
7Stocker Geo. K	
"Cascade,Development.Co.;.......
. Bertois J.-'A. ". .'..';..'...
Stocker Geo. K. ...............
Cascade Development Co.-	
'Stocker GeoJ-K.;,-.-.". .���'.'.-.".:.;-.>.
Stocker Geo. K. ......;"."..........
'- Bertois J..A.7...V-. .,,7..'.,'........ ^
7Caseade,Devel'opmeiit. Co. V... ������
/Cascaide'.D.eyelopment'.Co.' ...-..
^Stocker. Geo:-KX.i'XrXyX.Xii...
Caspacle Development Co;";....'.
-Cascade/Deyelopment; Co/> 7.'-.':
; Cascade Development -Co..-'". ,:-;.'.-
7Stpcker.Geo.;IC.-v.,'.'.V'.=:.'t X;i.X.. -
;' Cascade .-Development Co. -.',*'.' > %
...Cascade ���.De.vel6pment7'Co.':7.7,7:
;. Stocker. Ge'b.^K^'. '���.;'. '-XyX-XxXX
Cas'cade,"Developme;.it ..Cq.-V:-; -yi-
.xCascade-rDeyelopment'cCo, XyZ.
.Lots.23-and 24, Bk. 5...
 Lots 3, 6, 9* 11, 12; Bk. 1 ,	
 Lot 10, Bk. 1.  i..
 Lots 1, 2- and 5 to 10, Bk. 2...	
......Lots 1, 3, 5, 6, Bk. 3... ,.
 .Lots 1 to 4; 7, 8, Bk. 4...	
 Lots 10 to 12, Bk. 4	
 Lots 1 to 6, and 8 to 12, Bk. 5...	
 Lots 1 to 6 and 8 toll, Bk. 6....	
......Lots 2, 3, 11, 12, Bk-. 7	
......Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, Bk. 7 .-...:	
 E. )&, Lot 2, Bk. 8.. ....;	
.......W. % 4 & 7, 8 & E. % Lot 10,Bk.8..
 Lots 5 and 6, Bk. 8........... ...
:.... .Lots 3, -7, 8, N. % 11, 12, Bk. 9.	
 Pt. Lot 5, 6 and 10,11,12, Bk. 10	
.......Lots i and 7, Bk. 11...  ,
....; .E.  % Lot 2, Bk. 11.....-;...;.......'.,';.-
 Lots 3, 9, 10, Bk. 11..;......:, ..-/
.V..-...Lots'2, 5, 9, 11, 12,.Bk. 12...........
.;..:. -;Lots .1; 2,0, 6, and 9-to 12,-Bk.^lS..; ������
,-.:,.:;-.Lbt3 1 to 4- and 7 tb.10, Bk. 14;:. XXXy
.-.... ;Lots 1, 2,^5,. 6," 10, Bk. 1oX::"X".. ..7.V.
.i-.yXa:..%---'Lot-7.md 8, 9;.Bk. 15.::X;;-..���..:������
.:... J.vLots 3,- 4;''5.;9,-.10, 11,12..Bk;. 16. ;'.-.���;;.
;;...;..;':Lots i;2,;5,.6,&-?,10/ll;7l2,:Bk;;17.';.,
. .-���''���'��'. 1*01"'"11!^ 'Bb. ���18- ���*')���������.* ��� * ���'�� ��������.."��;�����. ���'. .��7��
;->.;-.-'; .Lots 74;-.'IO; 12yEkyi8.iXX.X.y, 7 i.i.
.'.'.-.-. XiLots.; i: 10,, 11,712,: Bk.; 19.:..;..
�����������**��
52.50
105.00
.17.38
7.41
6.47
8.01
3.75
.4.06
2.75-
.65
2.75
62.72
3.75       116.76
52.50
4.00
3.75
60.25
74.50
6.28
3.75
84.53
52.50
"'   4.00
3.75
60.25
78.7G
6.00
3.75
-���    88.51
105.00
8.00
3.75
116.75
78.75
6.00
3.75
88.50
105.00
8.00
3.75
116.75
105.00
8.00
3.75
116.75
73.63
5.60
3.75
82.98
63.00
3.30
3.75
70.05
5.06
.35
3.75
9.16
5.06
.35
3.75
9.16
2.50
.20
- 3.75"
' 6.45
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Short Description of Property.
Arrears of
all Taxes
���   Costs and
Int.   Expenses   Total
Stocker Geo. K ".... .Lots 5, 6 & N.% of Lots 7/8, 9, Bk. 19..
Cascade Development Co S. % Lots 1, 2 and 9, 10, 11, Bk. 20...
Cascade Development Co.  ..Lots 1, 4, 6, 6, Bk. 22.... ........
Cascade Development Co Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 23... ....'.
Gllbramson Mrs. Anna  ' Lots 11 and 12, Bk. 23 ../.....;. -,
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 5, 8, 9, Bk. 24..... .;....
Stocker Geo. K. Lots 6, S % 7 and 11, 12, Bk. 24.	
Cascade Development Co <���' ;....Lots 1 to 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 25.V......
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, Bk. 26.......
Cascade Development Co  Lots 1,"2, 5, -6, 9,10, 11,12, Bk. 27.....
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 29	
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 30	
Cascade Development Co  .Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 11, 12, 7, Bk. 31.	
Cascade Development*<?o..  Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, N. % 7, 8, & 12, Bk. 32.
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 7, 8, 9, Bk. 33........
Stocker Geo. K Lots 4, 5, 11, 12, Bk. 33. ���
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 34..
Stocker Geo. K. .........Lot 6, Bk. 34...... 	
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 35.......
Cascade Development Co. ....... Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, & 9, 10,11, 12; Bk. 36...
Cascade Development Co  .Lots 1, 2, 5, 6 and 9 to 12, Bk. 37..-...
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 38.....
Cascade Development Co Lots 1,-2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 39....
Cascade Development Co. Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 & 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 40..
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, Bk. 41...'.
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Bk. 42	
Cascade Development Co Lots 1, 2, Bk. 43	
Cascade Development Co Lot 7, Bk. 44	
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1 2, 3, Bk. 45	
Cascade Development Co.  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,10,11,12, Bk. 46...
Cascade Development Co. .. .... .Lots 1,2,3, 4, 7, 8,9,10,11,12, Bk. 47..
Cascade Development Co. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,7,8,9,10, Bk. 48	
Subdiv. of Pt. Lot 181, West Kootenay District.
Standing Harriet 9.595 Ac. Bk. 56 	
Bird H. & M 9.478 Ac. Bk. 66	
TOWNSITE OF CHRISTINA, Map 50.
B. C. M. & Mlg. Co Lots 5 and 6, Bk. 12	
TOWNSITE OF DEADWOOD, Map 73.
Belgrove Matilda ..Lots 9, 10, Bk. 16	
McMillan Robert ,t .Lot 13, Bk. 19	
TOWNSITE OF DENORO, Map 71.
Rendell &  Co.  ..' ...Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 3.	
McMaster J. A  Lots 3 and 4, Bk. 3	
Gowans Lavinia .Lot 5, Bk. 14	
Rendell & Co ..Lots 15 and 16, Bk. 23	
TOWNSITE OF GLOSTER, Map 323.
5 Hutton & Todd  Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Bk. 1	
Hutton & Todd Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 2	
Hutton & Todd Lots 1, 6, 8, 9, Bk. 3 '.
Dawe W. J Lots 2 and 3, Bk. 3..................
Hutton & Todd .: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,-.E, 6, 7,.8, 9, 10, Bk. 5..
Hutton & Todd  Lots 3 to 20, Bk. 6...T.....  -
Hutton & Todd .Lots 6 and-14 to 20, Bk. 7...........
Hutton & Todd .-..  Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 11 to 20, Bk. 8.,	
Hutton & Todd Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 13 to 20, Bk. 10;
TOWNSITE OF GRAND FORKS, Manly and Ruckle Addition, Map 108.
International Securities Co. : Lots 1, 3, 4,- '5, 6, 7 and Lota 8, 9, 10,
11, Bk. 36 ,...,	
International Securities Co Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 37. ;	
Sartwell C. H Lot 3, Bk. 37  .~J	
GRAND FORKS TOWNSITE, Ruckles Addition, Map 36.
Dawe W. J Lots 4, 5, 6, Bk. 8	
Dawe W. J Lot 20, Bk. 9  .-.	
Malm Richard  Lot 14, Bk. 10.	
Galipeau & Co. W. J Lots 5, 6, 7, Bk. 11	
Dawe W. J Lots 9, 10. Bk. 12	
Downey Martin  Lot 20, Bk. 27	
Burr A. C Lots 5 ,6, Bk. 31	
Burr Minnie_ C Lots 7 and 8, Bk. 31	
Subdiv. of Pt. Lot 534, Map 1254.
Jack James Y .-. Lots 6, 7, Bk. 1 .-	
Everts Howard. A Lots 8 and 9,. Bk. 1	
Agnew Robert  Lot 4, Bk 2.	
Gubbins Lizzie Francis  Lot 1, Bk. 6	
Haffle A. H Lot 14, Bk. 11 ;...
Kerby F. M Lot 6, Bk. 12	
Fenby Norman T -. Lot 5, Bk. 24	
Gibson Marion L Lot 9, Bk. 25.... .a	
Subdivision of Lot 534, Map 1457.
Hagen Joseph C Lot 8, Bk. 5	
TOWNSITE OF LONQ LAKE, Map 65/
Mahon, Hill & Pelly.....  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 3..	
MIDWAY TOWNSITE, Map 3.
Padmore F. W.. Lots 16, 17, Bk. 11 ;
Lockwood W. P. .Lots 23, 24, Bk. 20. .- ;	
Harber W. K. : Lots 19, 20, 21, Bk. 31..;...........
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Lot 22,  Bk. 31.
.Lots 23, 24, Bk. 31	
.Lots 13, 14, Bk. 33..;.........
.Lot ot Bk. 36��� �������������������������.
.Lots 1,-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bk. 37.
.Lots 1 and 2, Bk. 40	
.Lots 16, 17, Bk. 45............
.Lot 21, Bk. 48. '.'....
Padmore, F. W.  .'.....'.'..,..'.
Guise G. O.  .................
Evans. Evan ........-.......".'.
Cunningham Geo. .;...;... 1..
Jakes Dr. R. W.	
Cunningham Geo.	
Walker Henry ...............
- John Wilson- Estate  '	
-MIDWAY TOWNSITE, South Addition, Map 42.
Cunningham Geo .....X ;.Lot 1, Bk! 4.. V."7'.-,.'.
TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX, Granby Addition, Map 60.
Morrin Thompson Co.  .............. Lot 12, Bk. 22.	
Thompson Henrietta Myrtle Lot 4, Bk. 29.....;........
Ohman Frank ;.. .Lot 2, Bk. 31.	
Moren Charles.  Xot 1; Bk.. "B".	
7 PHOENIX TOWNSITE, New York Addition, Map 58. .    .
Erickson J. Lot .4, Bk. 16.	
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, Golden Eagle Addition, Map 184.
Moore.Mrs/Hilda ...................Lots 1 and 2, ,Bk..l...,..;
SUMMIT TOWNSITE, Map 79.
McAulIlfe George. ...................Lot 5, Bk.  39."...	
Crown Granted Lands, Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Boundary Mining & Exploration Co... 194 Ac. Pt. Lot 422, Class
Land ���-..'.v. .-..-;......
Boundary.. Mining & Exploration Co... 335. Ac. Pt. Lot. 637;.....'.
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C. AE.SHAW
CIVIL ENGINEER .
... .DOMINION: AND/BRITISH
'.COLUMBIA' LAND SURVEYOR^
Cawston
B.C.
7     P^P^iWR
, E.7 Wi., WIDDOWSON,: Assayer and
Chemist, . BoacV Biib8, Nelson, B. C
Charges:���Gold, Silver,. Copper or Lead
$t.2S each. Gold-Silver ��1.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead J3.00.VSilver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges, for other metals, etc., or application.    ...
MATTHEWS BROS.
GRAND XFORkS_
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, HMsoa,
Chalmers; Cadillac cars, and; Republic
truck motors ���-_���.���-.���_ Garage in connection..
O. V. MEGGITT
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
Dealer in Farm. Produce, Railroad Ties.
Cedar Poles, and Fence Posts, Farm and
Fruit Lands For Sale.. List your lands
with ihe,. Have a buyer for good ranch
LAUD REGISTRY ACT
IN THE BUTTER OF Lot 1230. CfOnp
. I. Simffiameeu DMjJen ofYite District,
JkBowflMitte Butte Cfty NlasrsS CUSai.
.:.' NOTICE. IS EEREBY - GIVEN thftt It' ia
jnyjfltentioo "at ,lhe" expiration of one month
frozS.thz first publication hereof, to Issue dap
lieate Certificate of Title to said laaila Usne�� tc
Mary Garland, nader No. 3337a, unless lathe
meantime I shall receire 'valid objection thereto in writing'':'''--';';.';.';,--;'-:'7--.'-1,,- *-,' '-.-"���' -''.'
'. DATED, at Kamloops," Bi C~ tkls W Saj,
or September, 1W0.'-..;';. - ���-'���- 'X.'-..-, .-,
:Xy X'XX.X-'Tzi^yXcZAiG,-':".".7'-.-.:-'.'":i"' -..'���
,7= \.yX-:Xy-X.XX District Registrar of Tittea.
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
bealerin
WOOD
Orders Promptly Filled
JOHN GRASSICK
.    Watchmaker and Jeweler ...
���ii y     GRAND FORKS 7 iiy'-.
Mail your watch -for "Repair and I will
' mail it back.   Charges are moderate...
DR. J. M. BURNETT
y-.x Physician and Surceon
Announces .   .
That he ^has located at Greenwood
- Ofl5ce    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. Maclean's House '-..
Office Phone 90, .    Residence Phone 69
DR. L. F. TEP00RTEN ;
DENTIST
A
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AH Work��Cnarantecd ~|
P.O.BOX 148. TELEPH(K<>92
Morrison Block, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
A. HIGGINB0THAM
; (Expert 0pttci��a)
��������� 7'ORADUATE'--
y OPTICJAM AND OPTOMETiUST
K. W..C, Bloct       -      -   vNeJsoa
Culameeti Botel
FWNCETfliH, B.C.yX-
One of the largest hotels In
'.-��� ��� the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms aad tasty meals.
Ar O. JOHNSOW    -    -   Prosrietor
TREM0NT H0TE
NELSON,. B.C;,-7-7
-.: Nicely, furnished rooms, by the
Xy . dayi week or month
F. Nilson
Pr bfirief or
jNEW GRAND
^;-6!6-Yers��s-Sft* X%UQk~:xii[
Brick building and finely furnished rooms
mm BLOMBERG   -   - Prcsrietor
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKKMXKKtOOOO
It* pomas
CE.OTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AND BEPAIREW
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
OOO-QOOOOdOOOOOOOOO&OOOOOOO
NEW  HARNESS   SHOE
I have opened anew harness shop and;
am prepared to make harhesaio order
and to do all kinds of repair work.   Shop
equipped with modern machinexy.   All
work guaranteed.
C? A. CRAWFORD.     GRAND FORK^
?   -MONUMENTS:
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO., LTD.
FRONT ST..     NELSON,    BOX 8SB
J,   P.
Dealer in Second[-hand Fnrnitare
7���'.������' and Clothes, Metals, Sacks,' 7
77   ���: Hoists, Cattle, Bt^
BAKER STREET/
NELSON
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gct^nt^.v^uj'iBwi SUPPLEMENT TQ THE LEDGE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920.
17 *'
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The Home Paper
I am the friend of the family*
the bringer of tidings from other
friends; I speak to the home in fehe
evening light of summer's vine-
clad porcu or fehe glow of winter's
lamp.
I help feo make this evening
hour; I record the great and the
small; the \?aried acts of the days
and weeks thafe go to make op life.
I am for and of the home; I- follow those who leave humble beginnings; whether they go feo greatness or the gutter. I take to fehern
- .Bhe-felirilis ofTold^daysrwifclr wholesome, messages.
X: 1 speak the language of the common man; my words are. fitted   to
his understanding.-   My  congregation" is   larger   than   that of any
church in my town; my;readers.are,
-."'   more   than   those   in  thn   school;
^Yoang and  old alike find; in ;hif
-stimulation, .instruction, entert+i.n-
~;    merit, inspiration, solanciv comfort'.-'
I 'aiu the chronicler of birth, .and,
-   love  and:.death���the.: three   great-
,.. facts of than'8.exiHC(��nce. ..- .; 7 '   ;
."������ I'bring'together buy����r.��n(i seller,;
,   to the: benefit of both;- I am .part i>f
7 the  market... place of   the   world.
1  Into the. home I cirry.wnird.<)f  the
good-* which feed,..and. clothe,-' aiid
y- shelter, and which minisver.to c��m-
: fort, ease, health and happineHS,::
Z : I am.fehe word of: the' we��k7.the
history of  the year,. the  record of
my cointnanity in the  archives7of
the state aud nation. 7    .;
I.am the Exponent'.of,the lives of
���    niy readers. ��� -- .-���������.������
, I am your Home Papi��r:~Rpa<lpr
on Newspaper. Day at She N". Y".
College of Agriculture.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Morse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.C.
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER. Pp'op.
Or.A.'MILLOV
-.DENTIST
AH   the    latest, methods   in   high-class
"..       -      ���       -Dentistry.-.
;'   LDO BUILDING    :
7 ..Corner. Abbott & Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER.       -   -   BX.
Be Consolidated Mining & Smeltini
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA       '
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Co.
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   B^stone,   Pig   Lead' and Zinc
."TABANAC" BRAND
.Old. newspapers for .sale at
The Ledge, office. Get some be-
foie .they are all. g-pne.    /   ..   ;.
-Supposing 3'ou-went up to: speak to a man you did not
. know, and you blurted out "Hello!" He would doubtless look
.- in wonderment at you, and then he would ask, "Who are you?"
'���' Then you would apologize for not introducing yourself. ;
.It's about   thes'ama thing when you say  "Hello"  when
answering a teleplione^call.-- Thcperson you are-speaking to
. . does not know who is at the other end of the phone, and natur-   -
ally he questions who is speaking. " - .      .    . :
Don't say "Hello."       Introduce yourself first thing.'   '
BRITISH jGOLUMBU TELEPHONE COMPANY.
MffissasEessESEsea
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Down on the Farm
Tommy, who was graying as   hip
grandfather's . farm,   ran   into the
li��>ni=e breathless and  excited,   and
shouted ous:. ��� ""    ".
,/  j'Grandm>ther, there's a mou?e
-.iti iti^mtikrp&yyfy-.-.yxiy ixixX-y
:" .7'Wt-ll, ..Tommy^V; ,repHe<f..his
(-'grandmother,'-- "'and/..didh'i7.vba:
���;ta'fce \%on\TXyZXX\yyyXyXy}xy:yyi ;
Xy-���?X.:��t"-'grandmother,7';;', paid '.Torn--
,niy.-prpnrl.W; Vrbn*7f>t i'i jeve/ theVcat
l'ihV'l''X'iyXX X'XryyryZXyy'XZXy- XX
Mmsfj x
xi-; The;Mineral Province of Western Canada
:/A'V'-;;^;.7'^
X"- Has produced Minerals val tied as. follows:    Placer Gold, 875,722,603; Lode
XXx Gold;;S10G,272,431; Silver, 850^432,304; Lead ��43,821,106; Copper, 8153,680,985; .
.    7 Other  Metals. (Zinc, 7 Iron,   etc.), $16,818,^87"; \Coar and. Coke, ,8199,123,323;
.Building Stone,; Brick.   Cement, etc.,' 829,991,757; Miscel!aneous:Minerals, etc., :>
��785,918; making.its...Mineral Production tothe end.of 1919sHow'an
��� ikmmit Value of $670,649,894
Production for Year Ending December,1919, $33,296,313
The   Mining   Laws of this  Province are more liberal aad the fees lower 7���'.'.
than those of any other Province in the Dominion,  or any colony in.the  British
Empire. ,-....-,: yyXXX.-:
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal;fee37.:..
-    Abeolnie   Titles ?reobtained ,;by - developing':such.properties, the security 7
;..t   -Z-.of .whiohj��gna;ranfceed-'by;:&pwn.'Grant8."7.:.7'   XXX 'X: ^'XXyXXyyiX'-yXy; ���.-7.-7.7 -'.. '*.'
"i- 7:7 Fcll-infofipation, together:with mining Reports..and7Maps,.may be.obtained ::. '.
atJt-hv^addresSingT-v.-.V :.xXXr ''"'7Y"7H7 77; yXyX Xy-X"yXy. '-'yXiXiXX XZXX.; 'X;;X'XXXiyyy ;XX
/.
grat
EH0N7 ^HE-MINISTER OF; MINES
^ ^YICTORf A^ Britisii CoInisiMa.

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