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.���THE  OLDEST   FINING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER, LN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Voi/. - XXVII.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, .1920.
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Gosy Homes
Make' your tabinecosy and attract!ve'by f illine it with some
of our choice and elesrant Furniture. Carpets and Pictures-
Use our Crockery;\Grahlte and Tinware in your kitchens
���'��������� X-xXx'Z anadininerrooms ,������..".
.Oils for machines of all kinds, coupled with a larsre stock of
yi'XxJ, well-assorted Hardware ':
' Tr M. GULLEY & CO,
PHONE 28. ���-    - GREENWOOD, B.C.    It
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-     Apples, Pears,
Cranberries, Grapes, &c.
Fresh Fish eveYy Thursday
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''STORE OF QUALITY''v
\ "-- - Full line of_ r.v .���������':.
Kozy-Koat Mackinaws
Large' Assortment' of
Mens  Cloves,   Shirts.   Socks,.
Underwear, Mackinaw-Pants, &c
J. G. McMynn, Midway
BEST STOCK
BEST SERVICE
I Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
Laco Tungsten Lamps
25 to 50-Wa�� Lamps���50c each.    -
_    " 100 WattLamps���$125 each.
NITROGEN
LAMPS
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-.60 Watts - x / $1,25 each
100 . " ~ / - - 2.0CT ����� "
200   ������      ^   x   /;. 3,50 ������
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
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.    We caffy a full line of      v. -
Groceries, Flour and Feed
\ Your Patronage Solicited
Phone 17
Taylor ft Jenkin
Greenwood
Kodaks, full line' of Films
and Supplies at
Goodeve Drug Store
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\XwiNDSOR HOTEL *
GREENWOOD, B.^C.
C. <AE. SHAW
- CIVII, ENGINEER
'   DOMINION   AND   BRITISH
COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR
Cawston
B.C.
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The WINDSOR HOTEL ia heated" with steam
and .electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfdrt-"
able home fpr 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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H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer in
WOOD
Orders Promptly Filled
WANT?.  ETC.
\    Shamrock Brands
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'        .    ,     HAM,  BACON  and  LARD
Carnation Compound Butter and Cheese
HANDLED BY ALL LEADING GROCERS        ,'
E. Burns & Coi,   Ltd*,   Nelson, R-C-l
SECURITY
A. Savings JBank Account- not J
only provided an assurance for tlie
present, but guarantees you security
in the future. ' ���
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. To save is to succeed���
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
PAID-UP CAPITAL    .',       -       |I5,��0Gl0G0
.   RESERVE FUND -     , ���       $15,000,000
GREENWOOD BRANCH, U �� Brawders, Manager.
-    .  . . MEN WANTED.
Wonderful future
LEARN AUTO AN�� TRACTOR BUSINESS
The coiulafr year will bethehifrpest In the auto
Industry.. Eveirwltere.thcre will be a demand
for traiiied men.
OUR SCHOOLS SUCCESSFULLY TEACH
hy practical experience crcry phase of. the
Automobile. Tractor. Stationary-and Marine
Kfitrurc, Tire Vulcanizing and Repairing,
.Weldinp and Brazing, every .branch of Batjerj
ami Electric work.
ONLY   FEW   WEEKS   REQUIRED,   OUR
GRADUATES GIVEN   PREFERENCE
everywhere: ' - .���'--.-
UNLIMITED   OPPORTUNITIES-
LEADING AUTOMOBILE  ASSOCIATIONS
endorse our school.   The thoroughness of our
methods and the completencs" of our equipment
the biggest automobile concerns
send tlielf mechanics to our jjchoot-for special
electrical training1. 7These automobile concerns
are constantly calltitjr on us for graduates, because thev know the tvjie Of men.wo turn out. ���
BAY AND EVENING CLASSES KOW RUNNINGS. Call or writeTOPAY.for PREE'iltus-
trated catalogue which tells the complete story
ENROLL NOW and save moaey;
Join th* ...
LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED      -
motor traininjr school ia Canada.   The-school
that has_been selected -by the Dominica Gov-,
ernment'for the traln'mtf of S. C. R. men.
HEMPHILL'S AUTO AND  TRACTOR ���
SCHOOIiS
--     .VANCOUVER SCHOOL.
Corner Granville and Fifteenth Avenue West
Take Shanirhneesr- Heights car "at Postoffice
' - " VICTORIA SCHOOL     -
Corner of-Ulanchard aad Fisjrard Streets" - -
Free transfers to our Fifteen Branches. Iu Canada aed.U.S. A. :
-'- Board and Room at lowest rates.
BRANCH OFFICE-3 HASTING ST.
. Opposite Bv C. Electric," Vancouver.
E.,
For Sale
. The Presbyterian Church ;,and
Manse in. Phoenix. Apply Rev.
Hillis Wright Grand Porks, B.C.
For Sale,
Around 7 Home
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-George* Hambly is on ar trip, to
Halcyon. .
H. R. Bidder is on a   ten  days
business trif> to Vancouver;     ������'���. \
P. F. Ketclium, of 'Beaverdell,'"
spent the week-end^ in toWq. ���
.   John  portmann,!' of Nicholson
creek, was in town-this week.
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D.   R. McElmon,; Watchmaker
and Jeweller,  Greenwood,   B.   C.
C. J. McArthur; is in" Butte,
Mont., having his 'eyes attended
to....'**"'���'-   ','.;;
Mrs. Jas. Drum, pf Beaverdell,
spent a   few  days-fin  town  last
week.  .X. y  ���"'
Stop that cough Twith Syrup of
White Pine. Goodeve's Drug
^Sjtore^O'-���   ..7:--;^--.."'
Hon. J. D." MatLean arrived
in Green wood7 from Victoria on
Friday.:     '   iiXXyiy ;���;;.��� -..'-'.; ,,; -:*;
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Mr, .Shatford, "ma:y or of Vernon
was in   Greenwood   on  Monday
and Tuesday. ���''���;;'.. .,
Posters'-.;;are   out;   announcing
the annual masquerade  ball on
Friday Nov. 12.     "    _
""'"Jas. E. Whiting;left on Thursday on a trip to his old home iu
London, England, <���
Jas. Machel has returned to
to Rock Creek after spending a
few days in town. -
Mrs. Gi_S. Walters has returned
tb town after a few-days spent at
Copper Mountain.
Mrs. Rendell has returned to
town after an enjoyable trip to
Calgary and Moose Jaw.
Last week, Hugh McGillivray
reported seeing* a white deer in
the vicinity-of -T��err��reek.--.
A. J-. Morrison had the. honor
of motoring the Premier from
thefstation to the tneatre.
Miss B. Smith, of Beayerdell,
wasrenewing acquaintances in
Greenwood during the week-end.
A dance and Sale of Work will
be hehTby the~"Woinens' Auxilary
at Riverside Hall, oa Nov.   26th.
""Duncan Mclutosh, of the Bell
mine, spent a few "days in town
this^ week with  his has family.
Sam Matthews and Carl -Wolfram,., of "Grand Forks, were: in
town for a few hours on Wednesday. ""-~
Miss Marie"*Ahderson returned
to Victoria on Tuesday," after a
visit with her mother, Mrs. J. P.
Anderson.
G. A. Rendell who--has been
working his mineral claim on
Lightning Peak has returned'to
Greenwood.
The second, annual masquerade
ball to be given by,the'Gr.WiV.'A.-
on Nov. 12th, promises to be even'
greater titan last ye.^r..:;      -. v
;; Mrs.I.:V.-Shillcock;1,of 'Kettle
Valley, was the guest of her
sister, Mrs," Frank Buckless on
Tuesday and Wednesday.���;,.x ...
J. -V. Mills,'- H^Bryari,. and . W,
H.. /Docksteader.; autoed. ..the
Premier and party,to Grand Forks
after the Greenwood meeting; ..;
.'--. Miss Jean Gil.ker and Arthur
Gilker, of -Nelson, were in. town
last Thursday, motoring . over
from :Grand.Forks with Arthur
Gilpin. ; ���"..;'.-..;..���;.
.Isaac  Crawford, ' Carmi,----- VV. .1
Thompson,7 James   Sutherland,
W.  H,   Rambo,    of   Beaverdell,
-were'in  town;-: for the premier's
meeting^on Tuesday..  y~\ ���.-.'',-- -
'; Two/j^pularyoang'^b^leVof
Grand Porks, Dr, Leonard Frani-
cis Teeporten and. .Miss Elyera
Dolorosa Walker, were married ia
Grand Forks, on Oct. 27.-,.
Chas.,. Backless and Chas. Bard
were is town last week from the
Main : Kettle river.. 'They .came
ia with -i'-tWo.;- four horse-teams
with loads/,; of cbrdwood.:- >On
I their return they .took out  equip
OF .CANADA
VISITS GREENWOOD
Ladies Meet Mrs. Meighen at Station
School   Children   Sing-The   Maple   Leaf
No.-17'
Warren G. Harding,
Elected^ President
  ��
Late returns of the United
States Presidential election/ on
Tuesday, gave the Republican
candidate, Warren G. Harding,
a large lead over bis opponent the
Democrat nominee, James M. Cox.
Calvin Coolidge was the success--
ful  Republican  for vice-president.
Right Hon. Arthur. Meighen,
Premier of Canada, met" with a
grand 'reception, on- his visit to
Greenwood on Tuesday afternoon
where he addressed a crowded
meeting in the theatre. All afternoon autos and teams, containing
people of all political creeds, kept
coming to town from the surround--]
ing district to honor the Prime
Minister. On^ the arrival of the
train, which was 45 minutes late,
a large crowd greeted r.him. The
school children were there too, and ]
as Mr. Meighen [stepped^, off the
Jrain they sang The Maple Leaf
and the National Anthem.      _
Mayor Galley and Mrs. Gulley
welcomed, the premier, while the
ladies of Greenwood greeted Mrs.
Meighen in ' a becoming manner
which was graciously acknowledged.
The party immediately proceeded
to the theatre, which was crowded,
and, as time 'was limited the
speeches had to be cat short.
Mr. J. F. Leighton, of Brides-
ville^was the chairman' and introduced the speakers.
Mr. J. A> McKelvie, editor of
the Vernon News, and the candidate in the Yale by-election, wag
the first speaker and'only had time
to introduce himself. He was clear
and lucid in his remarks, has lived
for 30 years in the riding and is in
a position to know the needs of the
riding. He will a'ddresa' a Greenwood audience in a week or ten
days when he will go more thoroughly into the questions affecting
this riding.
Mr. H. H. Stevens, member for
Vancouver  centre,   and   who   is
likely to become a cabinet minister'
is a spellbinder and greatly pleased
his audience. He stated that it
was 20 years since he lived in tbe
Boundary mentioning some of the
old timers whom he was acquainted
with in the good old boom days
and stated that he had known Mr.
McKelvie for 31' years whom he
said was all white.
Mr. Meighen was accorded a
rousing reception, the audience rising and giving three hearty cheers.
Practically all of the leading topics
of the day were dealt with by the
Premier included among these
were the sugar order, the tariff and
National Railways were briefly
dealt with. The Prime Minister
was given a close and attentive
hearing and while not con tinuously
enthusiastic^ the audience "were
liberal with applause. Mr. Meighen
is an exceedingly 'logical speaker,
marshalling his facts in a masterly
manner - and the conviction is
borne on his hearer that be- is
a man who believes in what he
says. He does not work himself
np into passionate climaxes, but
there is a suppressed force behind]
Mr. Meighen which carries conviction.
The meeting came to a close by
singing the National Anthem after
which the Premier and Mrs.
Meighen were driven'to the home
of T. A. Garland.as Mrs. Meighen
was anxious to meet Mr. Garland
who she knew when a wee girl
back east.
Another . meeting was held in
1 Grand Forks on the same evening.
Mining News        ��
" Three men are employed on the
Leadville claim near Kitchener.
They are doing development.work,
which will be continued all winter.
At Copper-Mountain it is estimated that development indicates
9,000,000,000 to 10,000,000 tons of
developed ore and over 2,000,000
tons of probable ore. This ore will,
be treated in the 2000rton'' concentrator which was' recently completed at Allenby.
A 1013 model Ford car,, in first
class condition. A good bargain.
Apply to J. H- Bash, Midway.,
��� -. V���- ' -   '. i i~=~r I ment for -Jogging operation 7 this
L^dge ads bring results. ...: --;; | -winter.
G. Stucci's auction sale of live
stock, farm -implements and
household furnitiire^was held last
Su turd ay. There was-a'good
turn out aud everything sold
cheap.- The ranch was not 'sold.
Remember v.the ^.2th of November,-Masquerade Ball. Three
prizes to be given, Grand Forks
orchestra and a sit down supper.
"A" large-crowd is ~ expected and
spectators will be charged 25c.
Col. Edgett^ 1 farmer-soldier,
candidate in the Yale by-election
accompanied by Robt. Campbell,
of Grand Porks, were in Greenwood for a couple of days last
week. Col. Edgett will hold a
me.ecing.here shortly..
��� The .corner store,/ formerly
occupied-by P; W.-George has
been thoroughly renovated and is
now occupied by Lee ;& Bryan
who.have /made their; shelves
look clean andjittractive. Visitors
to town will be pleasantly surprised with the stock arid appearance/of this large store.  . /     , :
. Halloween" ;passed. quietly in
-town, though some of the-:small
.boys- were up 'to.'their ..usual
pranks.. Harmless and .innocent
amusement is/ to.be a.dmired, but
tricks of a destructive, nature; are
most:, despicable. :. Parents, of
children who indulge . in' such
capers should severely chastise
their boy..  .i.-Xy - .'��� -/.-"'.���-,.';:,.,._.'
T^e Rebeccas held a Halloween
.dance in the Oddfellows Hall last
Friday and although not very
well patronized it was one of the
most enjoyable affairs ever pulled,
off- by that society. '��������� Cards were
played until 9 o'clock after which
dancing was the order of the
night. Mrs. Terhune officiated
at the piano and so good was the
dance that after the Home waltz
was played the merry crowd insisted on more and it was nearly
4.o'clock before.all departed for
their homes, feeling: that the Rebeccas were to be congratulated"
j on the success of the party. '
John R. Jackson
Conservative Candidate
At a convention of Conservatives
in the Greenwood Theatre on Tuesday evening, at -.which about 30
delegates attended, John R. Jackson, of Midway, was endorsed as
Conservative standard-bearer for
this riding in the .Provincial.election that takes place on December
1st.
^Lfter the selection of a candi-
didate the annual meeting was
held and the fpllowing'officers were
elected:
Hon. PreB., Hon. Arthur Meighen;
Hon. Vice-Pres.. Hon. W. J.
Bowser; President, John Docksteader; 1st Vice-Pres., Isaac
Crawford: 2nd Vice-Presidents,
D.R.:McElmon and R.-'Johnson;
Executive, E. L. Steves, Frank
Roberts, R. Lee, J. F. Leighton,
.Mrs; G.'- A. Rendell, Major
Glossop, .W. V. Blythe, Mre. J.
Bhristian, and Mrs. Rogers.
;- Unclaimed 1914-15 Stars
". The Militia Department have a
number of 1914-15 Stars on hand
undelivered, theBe being returned
by the Postal Authorities a^ being
unclaimed through failure to deliver
at -the. address given. Any ex-
member of the Canadian Expedi-
tibnerg Force who ik entitled to
the 1914-15 Star and has not yet
receiyed same is requested to forward his name and.address to the
secretary Militia Council, attention
of. the Director of Records, Militia
Department, Ottawa, when the
matter of his application will be
investigated and he will be notified
by that-Directorate.
Copper is   still   in the   dumps,
with no prospect of improvement
in the near future, says the Spokane Mining Truth.    In ��fact conditions are now worse  than at any
time in  recent past,   and he is' a
brave man,   indeed,   who    would
venture a guess as to the outcome.
It   looks   as   if the  industry had
reached the survival-of-the fittest
stage/ with the devil  closely  pursuing the hindmost.    Walker,  the
Boston Commercial writer1;, always
an optimist,  says that,   including
depletion  charges,  copper can not
be produced profitably  below 17��
cents and therefore   argues   that
prices can not   fall  much lower.
That appears feo us to be a fallacious argument,    "with    the   wish
father to the thought.    Preliminary figures of domestic and foreign^
sales^for September - show "60,000,-
000 pounds, an increase of 15,000,-
000 over August,   it is true, but
still 40 per cent under present production rate.    What   the surplus
is at. tbis time no one  appears to
know, but insiders, and they don't
appear anxious to  tell.    It ie said
that banks in  copper centres are
carrying approximately  $150,000.-
000 in copper paper and are becoming seared tft the outlook.    We
should  not be 'surprised  to see a
further break in prices and a general scramble to get oat  on the
part of   heavy   holders of-metal-'
stocks.    But,  until  European demand increases very largely,  there
is not much" hope "that-'all "who "
want to sell will be able to,  except
at thoroughly ruinous prices.    In
all probability there-will be further
weeding out of high cost producers
during the winter months and an
anxious period for others*for many
months thereafter.    Anaconda, to
illustrate the way of the wind, has
closed  down  the   Tropic,   Colusa
and Orphan Girl mines at Butte,
V The fire department held a reorganization meeting on Monday
eight atwhich. their was a good
turnout -Several matters of importance to the department were
dealt with... Another meeting
will be held on Fridav night at
which captains for the different
hose reels will be appointed.
The Moderation League
The Moderation League is arranging a meeting in Vancouver
at which representatives from ~ different portions of the Province may
exchange views. The Executive
of the Moderation league wishes to
define its immediate objectives as:
The. necsssity of keeping 'the
League au absolutely "non-political
organization/ and maintaining at
all times the principles of Government Control upon a non*partizan
basis. The enaction of legislation
which will represent tbe demand
of the electorate, as expressed at
the recent Referendum, and subse-
vaentlyt its proper enforcement in
such a manner as will . secure the
desired results.
A Parting Shot
An-English vicar and his curate
had quarrelled and the latter was
requested to find some otfier congregation to administer - to. The
curate therefore preached his farewell sermon and the parishioners
came in-crowds to hear him. "My
text," he said, "is taken from the
moving story of Abraham, 'Tarry
ye here with the ass, while I . . .
I go yonder/ "' THB - LEDGE,     GBEBNWOOD,'   B.     C.
A PIMPLE REMOVER
THAT NSVER FAILS
���%^���.   ���
Dr   Hamilton   Stands
His Formula.
Behind
Bad blood is always responsible for
pimples, blackheads and humours.
Pimples, eczema and boils are the
common result.
I contend that to cure these ills,
the liver, kidneys and bowels must
receive attention.
My remedy, known as Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut, invariably reaches the trouble.
For" putting lifc into sleepy organs,
for forcing out evejy kir.d of waste
and foreign matter, for making
health-sustaining blood, where can
you find such efficiency as in Dr.
Hamilton's Pills?
In a thousand cases I have demonstrated that Dr. Hamilton's Pills cure
facial blemishes and skin diseases.
1 look upon these pills as the best
blood purifier and system builder of
the age, and guarantee they will cure
every complaint having its origin in
a weak or debilitated blood supply.
lf Dr. Hamilton's Pills will not cure
that tired, rundown condition, if they
wi'l not change lack of force into energy and \im, then nothing will.
By creating an abundant supply of
rich, nourishing blood they maintain
thaw standard of health so much de-
si ral hy thosc participating in the
strenuous  life  we  live  today.
Get Dr. Hamilton's Pills and prove
their merit   today, 2:c per box.
wife in thc world, bar none," lie said
proudly.
He lit his pipe and sat back, his
brows screwed up in  thought.
"I do hope that Dalton gang ancl
Savage don't start anythin'," -lie said
anxiously. "But I'm afraid���I'm
afraid they will. Do you reckon
this man���Timberley���do you reckon
he's playin' along with Dalton, sir?"
"It's quite possible; in fact very
probable," replied thc banker. "From
what hc let fall to. me this afternoon,
I might say that hc is, without doubt,
standing in with the outlaw ��� uppers*"
"Gosh 'all hemlock!" exclaimed thc
settler. "Things don't look none too
good fer Dorkin. I guess maybe we
best go up to the Preserve, right soon,
sir. lf you don't mind, you kin tell
him what tliat chap Timb.'iicy sa.d."
"I shall bc glad to bc of any service
to your friend, Mr. Washburn."
Mr. _ Dayton arose from thc tabic
and with a short nod to his host moved towards the cabin. ...
"Gosh, but he's "thin and white and
shaky," mused the settler, gazing after him. "I'm thinkin' it's because
that sweet lectio gal needs him so
much lhal: he's stayin' alive."
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Willow,
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��� BY ���
ARCHIE P. McKISHNlE
Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,
. Toronto, Ont.
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(Continued)
"This afternoon," said Mr. .Dayton,
"I learned that there is another man,
lately arrived here, who contemplates
Mr. Dorkin harm, in some way. Misname is Timberley. He is from my
city. Wc arc not"���he cleared his
throat���"friends," he finished.
"Do   tell!"   exclaimed   Mrs.   Wash-1
burn.
"Yes?"    scow-led    the settler; "and
what happened?"
"Nothing, outside of���a���heni-t-^
personal nature, sir," returned tiie
banker, with dignity, "with thc exception of a threat hc "made against Dorkin, while allowing his ang-r to master his discretion. He told mc that'
hc intended to drive your friend from
thc forest."
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7 an,''- agreed 'Mr.-- Day ton.
!.;-,. Was'.iburri.-felt'for his pipe.     "Best
MTRHEUM
On Face, Arms and Hands.
:     Cuticura Heals,
VI"iaw'"Iiad salt rheum for the
past fivc.ye.'Xs.   My face, amis, and
bandL-broJce-out alij'ver in,rou��h
scaly patches so -thst  you  could
hardly put your* finger where there
was not ii patch,    t got so I could
not sleep at night. -"
.-. ."Seeing Oakura Soap and Olnt-
.rnent advertfe'.'"-.! thought I would'
' give them i trlilj' and. after !us5ng a
fiill-8liec'=b6i cf Cuticura.OfctrrjKit
. with th=Cuticura Soap I was healed.'^
(Signed)  Mra'i-Thoiaas'- Ho'c.a.B.
'EssexJunction, Vtl, Dec 28, ISIS-'.
V-'-.Use Cuticura" for" e?��y-day'teilet
purpoce*.-: Bathe vriih Soap, socthe
mth Cinter-it, dust wih T��lcfflB-..r;.
S����p 2Sc   "Ointnieisl 2S ��a��i SQtX'-Sold
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trm*r��, Liaslet!, St. Panl ����- MoatxeaL
gfSTXMican Sex.? t%ax*a witbert mag.
CHAPTER X.
Haight, coining, hot and perspiring,
up the trail f.om the lake, found Timberley reclining-lazily in a hammock,
swims between two poplars,.dreamily
studying the cloud-neck, d sky
through     the     trees. Hc     paused
abruptly and his mouth fe'.l open in
au exclamation -of wonder.
"How in Sam Hill did you get here
before mc?" he asked, as Timberley
turned-his  head  towards  liim.
"Why, I've never left here, Haight.
Been right in this spot, all afternoon."
Haight kicked an empty tomato-
can into the shrubs, with an oath of
disgust. "Say, I'm sick of this new-
role you're playing, Tom," he said
shortly. "You must think I'm a fool, j
and no mistake. Every time I've J
seen you "prowling around in the]
woods, you've up and denied it. j
What's the answer?"
Timberley slowly drew up his feet
and swung to a sitting position. "I
tell you," hc said shortly, "I haven't
been out in thc woods to-day���and,"
hc added, "that goes."
"Oh, a.I right, have it your own
way," grumbled Haight, "but I'm
damned if I can understand your secrecy,  that's  all.".
"It's my opinion," sneered Timber-
ley, ,"you've' had a touch of-sun, or
something like it. Why .the devil
would I want to deny anything as
harmless as prowling out in the
woods, as you j>ut it?"
Haight came over and stood beforc
his friend. liis long, sour fac^ was
troubled. Noting it, Timberley
laughed. "Po.pr old Haight," he
said consolingly, ."this big, wild world
seems to bc getting him too. Anc!
what was I doing this a'fternobn to
so trouble you?" he asked.
"Well���"    Haight    took a chew of
fine-cut and seated himself on a b'ock
oppositc his friend.     "You were hobnobbing with that fellow, Abe Dalton,
as  usual.       Had  your  heads  mighty
close together,���ah, you ncidn't deny
it,. Tp.m"���-as.. Timberley frpwicd. ,and
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,  "You. mean, I o>-c that mail Dorkin
something,    and    intend to .pay;?'.'.'he
said/ ' ' .'."'-
"That's-it,'Tom." .,'..'"
TJ.njb'crlcy flung himself fro.m -the
hammock and prodiicc-d .a cigar-case
from his pocket.' ,Hc nipped- off the
end of .a- eigar and "lit-���. it,- ��� his eye?.
-IevclIed"on Haight's. His face had
grown serious, his- jaw obtruded aggressively.- -   -
��� "Haight," he said earnestly,'"there's
one big truth which the' world' \\c
know, that- world with its rushing,
pushing, . grovelling atoms,. hns_ attempted to ignore in the" making of
its laws. That truth is, Everybody
pays, somc day. . But up here, in a
world standing to-day just as God
madc it, a- world as. yet unspoiled by
Man's striving to- put the finishing
touches .011 what hc considers.. God
has done ' His best, with���that law.
stands out so that a child might-read
it."  "' '.���'���-''
. He -sank ori a block- opposite, to
wi ere Haight was .seated, sullenly
munching his' tobacco, and laid his
hand on one' of. his friend's -thin
kne'es. ' '���..-. . ;. :���:;��� .--...
��.:..-:-"\yhcn .1. was a .hoy,", he continued
softly, .'"I used thread over and;over
one .01" the .lessons .-tit- ths- old, sch'oot-
'r.ea'dcr..'   It was callcd-'The.Last Link'
There aire five
simple'.ways to.
tell good tea.
First, by the bright:
copper   color   of  the
tea whbn steeped.
Second, by the exquisite aroma.
Third, by the delightful, refreshing,
flavor. -
��� *
Fourth, by the sat-'
icfying richness.
Fifirh, by the economical strength.
Kake a brewing and
you will find all tlzozs
qualities combined in
Ked F.03C.
The Alberta Fossil Beds
&
Specimen Found Whieh Is The Only
One of Its Kind  Known to
Science.
Another lot of big-bones from the
Red Deer Fossil Beds of Alberta has
j been   shipped   cast,  representing  the
j discoveries    made    during    thc    past
I summer by a geologist party sent out
! by the Royal Ontario Museum.     Six
dinosaurs were dug lip by ihe party,
which was headed by Professor Sten-
bcrg, and the slabs of rock in which
they were imb'edded bave been taken
to Toronto, where    thc    pre-historic
specimens    will    be    cut loose  and
mounted diying the next year or so,
One o.f thc specimen^.thus brought
to light is pronounced tlie only one
of its kind yet known  to science.    It
it a crested dinosaur with a backward
prolongation     of    the    skull,    which
measure fully six feet from the tip of
thc jaw  to its  extreme point.      Tlic
entire   length   of   the' skeleton   when
completely  mounted  will  bc  between
twenty-live    and    thirty  feet.      This
particular specimen is of a type absolutely   different   from ' any     yet    discovered, i
The "bad lands'.' of thc Red Deer
River have long been one of the favorite hunting grounds of geologists
from all parts of America, and numerous specimens of dinosaurs ami,
other pre-historic rcpt.'lcs in the leading museums of tlie United Statcs nnd
Canada bear witness to the scientific
value of the deposits.
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Lumbermen
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Farmers
Ranchers
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152
I used to read that lesson'andfponder
ovc_r it.      It contained the vcry first
intimation 1 ever received that ev.ry^
thing must pay.      Here it is in brief.
A   spider  catches  and- kills  a  fly  by j
driving its lance into  thc    other    in-!
sect's head     A lizard pounces on tlic J
spider���and the spider pays.     A tiec-j
snake makes a -meal of the lizard; rc-
ccipt.in full for Mr. Lizard.     A hawk
DOCTORS HAD GIVEN .
UP ALL HOPE
the    snake;, an   eagle  k lis  thc
Wonderful'    Result'. After     Taking
Three Bottles.
V Freshwater, Que. -
Marlatt & Co. "       .
kills
hawk; and a man with a gun kills the
eagle. Unfortunately, the- writer docs
not enlighten us as lo how thc last
link���the man���paid his debt. Undoubtedly, though, hc was struck bv 1 , . ,. .. . f. -T , . , ,
i:~i t ��� ��� 1 1 ��� ��� 1 "1 and Appendicitis, and aftcr I had takr
lightning, was  drowned,  or punished               J1                 '
in some way by thc Grcat""Destroyer,
J. W.
My Dear Sirs.���I had been suffering'for years, and last winter.doctors
from the hospital had given'_up all
hopes for mc. 1. heard about "MARLATT" S SPECIFIC" for q-all Stones
Heavy Yield of Oats
Proportional Representation
* ��    -
Council of  Ottawa-Board* of Trade
Supports New  Method  of-.
1    -       Election.
The principle of proportional representation was unanimously cn'doVs-
cd at a  largely attended meeting of
the Council'of the .Ottawa Board of
Trade    held    recently.      While    the
meeting was private it was -announced
afterwards  that the decision' to  support  proportional   representation   for
Ontario was unanimous, and that as a
result of thc meeting a telegrahi had
been    sent    to    the chairman of the
special committee appointed   by    the
^Ontario' legislature last session to cn-j
quire into the subject as follows:        j
"Thc Council of the Ottawa Board !
of Trade  arc in  hearty accord-with
thc system oT proportional "representation   and   \Vish   you   all   success   in
your investigation of the subject."
. Former Kaiser Writing a. Book.
-The former Kaiser, iu liis  Roland,
retreat;  is  writing a  "political" testament," the central idea; of uSiir.h isV
justification of his course as" niicr of.
Germany iu^Jhe eyes of,v.the ���'world.
The "testament"��� 1J3 not to.'-be..publish-"���''
ed until after liis-death.      Professor^
Theodore Scheidcinann,-the aged his-,
torian 'and personal friend of-the for-..
mer Kaise.r, is assisting him in the assembling of dat-a, and is also,adding -
in llie'editing-     The testament seeks;
to justify  rdl  of! Willielm's  personal
and political acts.    .   ~ ' ...Xi- .
Three Hundred and .Ten Kernels' on
One Head of Oats
For Mixed Farming
Says  Cattle   Raising   Is" Now  More
Profitable Than Grain  Growing.
The Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture-of Alberta, considers   that   a   period   is   bcing   reached '
when,it will bc much more profitable ���
for a farmer  to feed his steers than ;
to sell Ihem.      Figures given out by
the Dominion Government show that
-more than a hundred million bushels
of oats were grown in Alberta,* Saskatchewan,    Manitoba    and    Ontario'
this year than last, and with anything
like  as  good a  crop  next  year,,   tlie
livestock   business-^in Canada vwould
Three hundred'and ten kernels on ibc placed-, on a thoroughly sound
one head ofoats is certainly a high [basis. Cattle raising, 4he minister
record. This is tTic actual number j considers) is far more -stable . thai)
of kernels on one head "of oats of'a!whcat growing.'the latter-being-more
sample of Garton's No. 22 forwarded   profitable for the moment on account
"Hi-tell
4ie"Wbrld
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The fragrant creamy lather of
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purity have" won a great popularity.
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but one linlr removed from him,
He paused, his eyes on Ha'ight's
long face. Haight squirmed uneasily.'  ���
"By Great Destroyer, you mean
God, I take il?" hc questioned.
"God, or "whatever that Higher
Power may be, whose law-is an 'Eye
for an eye': yes."   ���
(To bc continued)
Canada in
fanger
.0.1 National Decline
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en three botties I returned to my
home, feeling like at the age of
twenty-five years. I thank J. W.
Marlatt & Co. for the wonderful results I obtained through thcir medicine.
MRS. DANIEL RYAN.   '
"Marlatt's Specific" is forv sale by
nearly every' druggist in. Canada bul
if your local druggist happens not to
-have it, write direct to^ J. \Y. Marlatt
&'-Co��� Toronto, Onta'rio.
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":a.7g7pldy^'tch:.;f!-qi:iiyhis;7m
to the Agricutlu'ral Editor of the Edmonton Bulletin, by D. Briscoe, Sr.,
of Frog Lake, Alberta. Thc sample
contained- several heads- which averaged in length from eleven to fourteen inches,'and the number of pan-
ichs"oii each head rang-ed from one
hundred and foriy-four to one hundred and fifty-f\ve, or two'hundred
and eighty-eight lo three hundred and
ten kernels.  "
The.' ' crop as yet has npt been
threshed so thc yield pcr acre has not
been ascertained,, but if it is in'proportion to the number of kernels on a
head, will no doubt. f)e well over'a
hundred bushels. The kernels are
all .large and plump. Mr. jBriscoc
also grew some very good wheat
which 3'iclded forty-five bushels per
acrcV-    :.-       .7 . ':���"'.
of thc high prices due to war conditions.
MOTHER!
��� For a Chinaman to wear spectacles
in company is considered an act of
discourtesy, ,
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Aii- Arrnistice   Jpay   A.pr>eal
��� Jn a few days people the .world over wili,c7elebrate .the sccoiid anniversary of the s-gning of tlie Armistice, that great event "which signalized;the
final triumph of the cause of freedom over the powers of a military auto
Timber in British Columbia j King George Sells Grapes
British Forestry Expert Says Supply! Baskets     Were 'Made     By     Blind
���    Is Not Inexhaustible. | Soldiers at St Dunstan's.
���A. D. Webster, former Superinten-      His Majc'sty King George has done
r- ,,���,.-.- , .-.���,   , t      ���    ��� 1     ��� dcnt of Royal-Parks,    and ��� a    well-   a, roaring   trade - as   fruit   seller  this
cra.-y bent/upon world dpmmation and a denial of thosc great principles. known .firitish  forcstrv  cxpert,   who1 season       So great has been the de-
foi which liberty lovinfe people havejstruggle^-and^died; thrpughout-the long j-has., beenv visiting   British   Columbia! maud for the King's-grapes from the
. ceti.tm-'icK of'the past.        -   ��� 7   '������ ���     -_-���-������.   .-"-���-. 7 'v' ---'���: --"X "..-'���������'-, "���--. ���-    ';..''_   jhas'somc intercsti:
���   Armistice Day is one which should never be forgotten, nor its signi- | tlie
:;fic.incc-4o the whole human race ignored.      It 'should be'indelibly written
ting things to say on j famous vine at "Hampton  Court.'Pal-
tiitibe'r rcsources^p.f the province.
It is not his opinion that these arc by
upon"it;c hearts of men and women, everywhere, and should be imperisliT
ably stamped into thc minds of .the ''children;' now '.and in 'generations to..j that unless there is'bettergovernment'
c'mie...-More than this, each recurring anniversary of th.e Armistice m��y supervision-of logging operations the Jin,
well bc markrcLby somc act of a notable' character by the people; ,yj each
,of the countries allied.in thc war; soirrc act in the nature of a freewill offering, a tangible ahd practical expression of thanks for the victory achieved;
an annually "recurring day upon which some littic sacrifice'will be made by
the mariy'in all nations for the. benefit of those whose misfortunes and sufferings call loudly for human ^sympathy and- practical-assistance.
So  far as Canada'is  concerned,  thc. Red  Cross proposes  some  such
ace, whicli H.M. Office of Works announced would for the first time be
! any means inexhaustible, for he says j sold'this year to the public, that the
eatc-st part of this year's crop of 600
bunches  was  speedily    disposed"   of.
limber, as a merchantable asset, may I The grapes were offered to the'pub-
nave ceased to exist in a few decades. J ncat $1.25 a pound, iiu baskets made
Three things, Mr. Webster says, at-, by    blind   'soldiers at  St  Dunstan's
traded his attention about thc timber
of British Columbia, namely, the immense size of the trees; .the    great
Hostel. So many orders were received by telephone, mail and telegraph, that many^times the crop could
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national observance of Armistice Day this year, and it is filling that thc , forests.
.world's greatest and most widely known humaniiarian organization should
thusTind'the way.   ���'Alone-among all'voluntary organizations of aii international  character,  the  Red-Cross  has  been  officially  recognized by the
'   League of Nations as'a proper body to exercise functions 'and discharge | which
important administrative duties of an. international  character, and it has
-been appealed to by thc Council of-thc League of Nations lo undertake as
its first great work the chc.cking-'of the' terrible,, epidemic of disease- now
sweeping over a large portion of Europe, ,-and relieve the indescribable
suffering and distress wjiich accompanies,and-follows that epidemic. .Hundreds of thousands of people arc stricken and dying of typhus; tuberculosis
and hunger, while positively millions of children, thousands upon thousands
of whom arc orphans, lack food, clothing, shelter and care and are dying
in appalling numbers. - ...
To meet this awful need, and impossible'pi event the spread, of. typhus
throughout the.world, the League of Red-.Cross-Societies,--which-now in���
��� eludes thirty different countries, is sending doctors, nurses, medicines,'food
and other necessities into thc stricken countries. Iii order that tlic Britisii
Empire, always foremost in works of civilization and humanity all ovcr-thc
globe, may dischaipc its full duty in! the present great1 emergency a.Brilish
Empire War Relrcf Fund has been inaugurated under the patronage of
H.M.-thc King, and with the support ,of all political parties-and humanitarian organizations.- This fund is lo bc-adminislcrecl by thc .British Red
Cross Society in co-operaticn with tfic League of Red Cross Societies.
���Tke pcoplc\of-the  Empire.,arc asked to contribute $10,000,0P0 to this
Fund, and of this amount $500,000 has.been indicated as the amount which*
waste of timber and tlic silence of the | have been disposcdrof, but a propo
forests.      In    passing    through  .Uie j lion  0f Jhc grapcs  was Jescrvcd^for
Rocky  Mountains  he  was. impressed
with thc'-\vastage, n'pt only id the fell-
ings^of timber, but In  the manner in
il  was  hauled  away.   ,-
_ if. '.       .
Faint and Dizzy Spells.
-Weakness and
Shortness.of Breath.
Canada ought to supply.     The Canadian "Rect'l.Cr'bss'Ti'as assumed the -task
-of raising this halfjiiilHon dollars, and Armistice Week has been dcsignatcd;|
as the,period during which an appeal will be made fo .the-'Canadian people
tb "make contributions whicli, in,'..,the aggregate, will- total that ainount. -' ,
The efforts of the Canadian Red Cross'during and since the war have,
very properly, been largely confined to work for our own soldicrs and
.tfiiilors, ;^nd in the direction of promoting.health, preventing disease ..and-i-'ci-.
licvihg distres's and suffering aphonic. Novv, in" the face of iintold horrors
and suffering, a world appeal corii.es through the Red Cross to the Canadian
people..' It is an appeal to which the Red Cross, organization could not
turn a. deaf ear. It is a call to s.crvicc which'cannot be: resisted and must
not bc -denied. The spirit'of'the Red -Q-os's is'not jia:rrq\v-'-n.or selfish; .the
whole world is its field and all peoples of every clime and color have axlaim
upon its,sympathy and support; -.-.;:���   '.     ..; .   ..:.:..
In' Western  Canada the appeal on; behalf-of tlic .British -'Empire. Wax
-��� Relief Fund will be madc to the people through local' branches pf the Red
Cross- and in the newspapers.     All: contributions, will be sent to Red Cross
headquarters in  the respective Provincial  Divisions,Kandvthen :forwarded
through the head office for Canada to.the British'-Rcd Cross.        .-:.'���'."���
���.-      As was tlie.casc on all occasions in'the past; it' ;'is'-'now. hoped,and cx-
"���'���; pected that the. warm-hearted, open-handed- generosity of-thc. people of the
AVc'st wi'.l result in a rjrompt rcspohse'/tb .'the-appeal, on behalf of the disease
'.. stricken-and.starving men,..women* and,;morc especially, childrcr^ of Europe.
Vou can generally teii when the
heart is affected by the faint and dizzy spells, .the shortness of brcaiii. palpitation, throbbing, irregular beaiinir,
smothering sensations," weak, sin!.ine;.
all-gone feeling, choking sensation,
etc.
Many ...men and" women become
rundown and w.oin out -when otherwise they could be; strong and healthv
if thev vvould only pay some -attention
to the first  sign of heart  weakness.
No remedy will do "so much to
inake the/heart regain strength'and
vigor, rc-gnlatc. its heat and restore
it. to a healthy -and normal condition
as Milburn's Heart and-Ncrve Pills.
Mrs. C. A. S. Drake, Paris, Ont.,
writes:���"! have used on towards the
second box of Milburn's Heart and
Ner.fe PiHs"and find they have done
me good. ,1 had those fainting, dizzy
sue'.ls.'once in a while, pad also Weakness and shortness of breath, and
would become so; choked up at times
1 -could hardly' sleep without sitting
up in. bed. When walkings-loo last
,1 would have to stop and try to catch
my breath.' I feel a lot better since
1 hav.c used youi- pills and know, that
they; have helped me wonderfully as
1   hav;  improved  very   much."
Price 50c. a box at ..all dealers ov
mailed direct on receipt ol--pri.ee by
Tbe T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.
visitors>to the gardens. During the
war thc grapes were distributed by
the King among the wounded soldiers
in hospitals, but before lhat they were
always reserved for. His Majesty's
own table.
Prisoners of War
Care of lar'm Machinery
'Needed 'Repairs.' Should Be Made
' When Harvest Is  Over.
'    The .attention   that ��� is   given   farm
. machinery this fall wiil determine its.
condilioii'wlicn it must bc used in .flic
spring. , .How inany times havc \ve
found when wc take the implements
or machinery out of the shed-in the"
. spring that~ some repairs which was
needed has not been attended..-".to?
And then���delay, when delay is costly, "in the spring.... -.; - '.".-���
-When the harvest.'is over, machinery should be collected and gone over,
for needed repairs;" By.cleaning, oiling anH painting in 'the' fall, rust and
��� c&stly. deterioration will bc prevented
during- the winter,-.and, the- machines
will be ready'for usc. ih the spring."
Brita n?s Inv.&ibiie Profits
s y-.A Frightful Fire ���
._..,;Causes_ .widespread)- ,'sprrow=���lilcc--
wise a lively corn causes niuch.,pain���,
the'cure.is. "Putnam's," - the old re-:
liable'Puinani's Corn. Extractor, that
���never fails" and-always cures;-try-it,'
25c at all-dealers,;'- '"' ���"; .
��� - -    Hasten The "Day." .     ;
��� A    speeding-.',up/of productipn. al!
round will  hasten  lhe advent of the
glad - day-  when; a dollar- will "buy a
Explain Her Env.able Position As
. Creditor Nation.' "-���'
Despite immense floating obliga-
���lious and tlie "balance of trade" 'running.heavily .agains't theni,-the British are not'1 worrying lest thcy become
a'debtor nation. . There'is no. danger
of it, so long as-the-debit trade balance is more than offset by "'invisible
profit's." These profits-^rin this connection more significantly chllrd '.-'invisible . exports"^-have . - always b.:.en
the explanation of Great Britain's enviable "position" as a c-editor nation;
she is, perhaps, tho only -scc.irely es-
.tablished. one. in the world;: Great
Britain is tlic world's grcat'-'iniddlcr'
jnan," importing vast. ciuan'Icics of
goods to.be reshipped from tha-warc-
houscs-in which thcy are .received. ;
.Lesson of the .Leaves.
- Wc should draw a Lssbn .from:thc
leaves , %yhich. put , on lhcir gayest,
bi ight'est dresses "before thcy. depart.
Thcy make the landscape one -gorgeous-mass--of col<jr;|-_t.hcrc-is no sad-
ii'.ss th.-thcnir Wc kno.w their failure;;
���how'tbcv will help, in bcaufifving.a'nd
-onrichinif ���'the-.-.earth', iu'sbiuc other
form ;-and,so 7with us ��� tliere '. is - the'
knowledge" that.when'our autumn Jias
the purpose of awise Creator;-���Kingston Standard.-','    V.'-.'���        '���'-. - .'",:
dollar's, worth of goods.   A "tendency. I-passed >vc' shall-in  some" form serve
��� on tlic part of the workers towards
greater '<"efficiency is noted' in., the
Pjipcrs. 'In'this way alone 'can the'
present 7sc;ajc of Vagcs";and' the -shorter. -,yorkin'tr Jioii'rs'be.-maintaincd. .. Al?
; together .llic-prospects-arc .bright on
tliis continent' for 'cagicr living"'coiitli-,
��� tio'ns.���Hamilton Spectator.
"-'   Described..."      ,    ".'.'.
... -  ' .       ��� '   - .* ;    ���.'' '-
.-."���What-sort of a place is;this Lbnc-
-vil!c where, Binks is living5"-. --"������
iy: -'"-.rjog Earns $10,000 a' Vear.'-_.;'.:
Czar, . a" beautiful ' Russian "wolf-
li.QU.hd, _p\yncd:-by: Airs. VGcorge /, D.'
Hale,--'df. l\sadena, 'iCalif.of'siia7, cams
f-.^i0,000-.;a ,/car by. appearing .in.the
movies. Hc has already appeared in
tliirty-onc 'pictures, v supporting such
stars as. Mary Pickford," Anita: Stewart "and the stieniipus' Douglas Fair-
Prolonging Life.of Shoes
Sareful Drying of Damp Footwear
Big Item in Economy.
By the exercise of a littic care the
lifc of leather shoes may bc considerably prolonged, says Thrift Magazine.
It is a well-known fact that if a wet
shoe is placed too close to a fire,
the interior of the so'.c is sometimes
rained beforc the surface of thc leather shows appreciable signs of injury..
Wet shocs should bc dried slowly and
shoe trees inserted to .prevent the
shocs losing thcir shape and. becoming uncomfortable.
Jt is economy toJcccp at least two
pairs of- shocs, wearing thcm in rotation. Some shoe manufacturers claim
that two pairs of shoes worn alternately outwear three pairs of shocs
worn consecutively.
Minard's Liniment For Diphtheria.
Hc
"Mccnlcy    says/he    doesn't-know,
-you at all." ���; .        *     .
"I'm    not    surprised at that
never sees me, 'you know."
��� "Biit I thought yoti said vou were
.members of the same church."
"Yes; but I "take up, the collection.^
\i
Many-Thousands   cf European  Soldiers "Slid Awaiting-Repatriation.*
Although it is now nearly two years-
since the 'armistice \vas signed,-.that
there���  arc 7still., 5(10,000 prisoners .of
.war, half-starved,   half-naked, - awaiting repatriation in Germany, Russia...
Siberia.and7Turkcstan,    must    shock
'the'.'cpnsciencc '.of'the world. .7", ;������������., ���"'���������
.  Generally, ���' 'spcaking;:-Vtlicy-7arc'::iia.-'
ti.onals of ' -goyernmciits"��� overthrown
.eithet'.by.-tlic. war or/-.;by.-.. revolution
thereafter. '������7:Mdst-'-;pi':th:cm7.are7-Ans-:
.���.trians,.'.Czeehs,''Rumaniaii.sl PpIcsCaiid
Sc^bsl;7;;70thcrs .^.are ���(TRussiaiisv^alsp
: taken;irnthc7g'rcat battles on; tJie--.cast--
ej-iti77;fr'ontiey^l^-Spnic:/'ari';. 7Russia.ns
:-Iiclei 'iirFran.c.c.V:'^
���I'/iThc^^bVealc-uiy'-lorUie'Aiis
7ga'ria'n:>;enipifc-..' 1 cfti \thpiisaiidsi;- upon
|^t.Iioii's.a.nds7pf-fprnVe.r..s;ubj,.c'ct^
a^gpycrunicnt':to..ca^-.'fpr tlieni;;; l;7TIii:
7swi'ft-ehaiigc?-7in:;pdAyer7kept;;tiie;'^
���ccc cl ing;. -.goy;er ivrfic nt,s:;;. <ii g r b s s"ed. 'Xip
pfphicms-at.. h 6 i.iVcy/ wit Ii" .1 i ttl e Vtlici.ugh.t
tplSprire/fdr-Tost:-;war: p'nso"ncrs;-'-7.;;:7;;':;
'S
TABLE
"i
:':."..Qncc a mother ' has used Baby's
Own Tablets 'for her little ones, she
always'keep's a-'supply oi, -hand, .tor
"the-i.firs.t trial .convinces her. there is
nothing,to equal ihem' in .keeping chi
clrc'n. we'll.''-.-. The' Tablets.-.are. -a:--n;il
but thorough laxative-which regulate
the .bowels-' and sweeten. tne stomach,
. thus..;drivi-n.g-?-.dut,'.constipation-;ai)cl,/:n-
i-dig-."slion, colds .a'nd7simplc-feyc.r's7'and
jiiakihg>-trclh.ing;.eas.er.:.-,-:..Conc'crhing'
-'theniiJ-.Mrs^.Gaiuste 'y--P.ellct.i.cr,-.-;^S.t.
;''D.u'^ia'.s;���>���'C3uc;j'''������wri.tcs:'^'!I.:'vh&ve.^.uscd
,Baby's:^p,w;n,;'Xable'ts-:fb^;;the7past
y ea'rs.;..an U ���; a ni Xn ever: ��� syii hpi i i" t lienr' In
, tlic-jhousc.:.-7-.s->'Ti.icy;- h'ay.tv:. alway "s:.-:giv-iSjt
;:thy:greatest.' ;sa''tisfa5.tiQn7-a.nd:'-.r.'7c:.'Vn:
^gladly ���-. .7rcc'pmnietid.7;thei^.;7:.t.O: >-7k11
������'mothers ���������of-^
Jarclspld^y'/jncdicTnc'ideaiers-'Or-;
;...biy.-'maili' at. .25 ���'cciits^.a;; box:- frbm-OThc
^D r';;:^��illi;ains ''licdiHue/'^Cd.;;:'-f.B^iroefe
\v i 11 c, 7 xpiiti;: - 7.-; V yXixxXxyxxXf':xyxx.
X ��� ;Pills 77'of;'^Attested X Valtie'.rliFarnrcf-
Glee's;;' ;VegStab]S;;lPili.s .7:;are':;;;;thci''^:r:e-:
:&x\ It'l-f'^pf Xy ckv ef ul .;���> 7's;tiicly; ryofxiJXcQX
^tai n.; r 6b ts. ,-aii'drh ej'bs ,7 an cb
pi "gu'c;h7;as--sedatiyes'^aii^jiaMtiyegi^bri.
' tiic7^^Hll3^-tt0a i^ltfs'7"" blur's tic cc^-
th e -7c pin i^tindcrsfAhaSKe;': Xai'tX wi ihr'j'iJr-
"fets7;t!'i7e:7vaiiie:.pf'7theiV;:.\y
'pill^7lia"yS'7b.ceji7 ixiiogn iz��M-.;f or;7;iii itiiy;
;y^afs-;as-:a;iftphg7tji:a;be^.t:,;clja^
"the/^ySttniffhafc-cK'n-fe^
'cxccllenpe^JvAs';: recogiiiz.ed-ff roni-: X\Xcr
i^T$Xym^:siiXtXgPxiiiucsy::X
xm
Statistics show that when egg -albl**
men is \ised as a cdnstituerit of
baking powder, the amount so used
is too small^^ (\is\ially .15/100 of 1%) to
affect the quality or effectiveness of
the 'baking powd
and when so
purpose of fraud
will not -permit
by the i
N
contains   no   alum   or   egg
guaranteed to be composed
printed on the label���;
" Made in Canada
For
albumen  and
of the ingredients
none other.
N
Canadians.
Canadians
Telephone Poles as Bear Swings.
Kvcry telephone and telegraph pole
in thc remote districts of Norway
has to Ik constantly watched on account of llie bears, whicli have a
mania for climbing lhc poles and sit-
New Regulations For Pr.sons.
Col.    O.    M.    Biggar, K.C.,  VV. F.
Nickle, K.C.,' ex-member    of    parlia
mcnt for Kingston, and P. M. Draper,
secretary of the trades and labor congress of thc  Dominion,    have    been
ting    on    thc   cross-beams,   swaying! named a royal commission under thc
backward  and  forward   till  the
falls.
pole
Canada's Net Census.
Canada's-net census will bc taken
next year. The first was taken . in
1871. The population then was.3,-
669,257.' The Bureau of Statistics estimates the present population at
8,750,000, which will be an increase
of about 500,000 over tliat of 1911,
considerably less than thc increase
in thc preceding decade between 1901
and 1911.
inquiries act to draft a new set of
regulations for the"' penitentiaries of
the Dominion.
Lr-rgest Room Without Pillars.
Thc largest room without' columns
is said to be in a solid .concrete buill-
ing of-the mosque in Lucknow", India.
It is 162 feet long, 5-1 feet iwide and
53 feet high. The timber mold o/as
left a year.for thc concrete to set-, and
tbe_b"ilding, 125 years old, is still un
impaired. . ���'' '
Prince of Wales Highway.
Official sanction has been given to
the naming of thc Ottawa-Prcscott
road as thc "Prince of Wales Highway." The decision -of lhc Geographic Board is contained iii the last
bullcNn"issued by that body. Tt will
bc the only road in Canada known as
"Prince of Wales Highway.' ' The
policy of the board, since its inception, bcing to avoid duplication in
na'nes
Marvellous Crop of Onions.
A Portland ^England) gardener
named Hindlc'lias obtained a quarter
of a Ion of onions from a quarter of
an ounce of seed, and a fellow gardener named Smith, from a like quantity of sred, has raised almost as big
a crop; whilst a third grower in the'
samc competition raised lewt. lqr.
1 l-21b. .A Portland potato grower,
despite thc generally bad season, has
lifted 641b. of potatoes from a pound
of seed with which he cropped his
garden.    .
Such a variety of races are represented among thc inhabitants of the
Philippines that tlicy speak a total of
mo,rc  than   thirty languages.
Uncertain Yet.
Poor Italy cannot yet tell-whcthcr
the war bled her white or r^rl   ,   ' 7
I
'No man-or woman .'should hobbU
painfully abont bccaii.se of corns when
so certain a.relief is at hand as Hollo-.
way's- Com Remover. ���'���'/
���x.yXi; .'-Not To Blame.'-.'V;-; -.;
.- "What-"dp --you .nican: by, kceping.-mc ���
standing^ hcre^'ikeva^fool?''.^'
7-.;-"l7:7caii't' ���; hblp ��� how ryou7stand."4-
Lohd'on'-Skc tch.- xyxy: -yyyy. y-yXyy-
WAGSTAFFE'S'
Celebrated
MINCEMEAT
"The Mincemeat
With A Punch"
It has all the old-time flavor, made from a celebrated EngTsb.
Formula that-has lj.een handed down-from generation to generation. ''TRY IT. It may cost a frw centsTnore but it Ts
worth it as it is made - from thc FINEST ORIENTAL
FRUITS AND SPICES.
ASK   YOUR   GROCER    FOR    IT
l_
XXX
������-'���:y-.-..'l:
rrym
XiyX
XiiM
iXXZ;ri$
Money for Good Roads
.;-'?7Mi^7&ftUa7:Haibid,: liS AiypXihyilDcy
':. parf ment;:df ^Frcn^.-^tii'e^lpgs^jaw:
;^.P7legiate;-:j77^Ingt;itutei;7;7is:7^^
;;scliolaf to7fcfa^p7ifte;d'b
7tfan7to7;Puts'^^
;��o f ^ttidiei 'A nXB; wis7?u h defi ;t Ifxyiyi if t;; f p t
i0iiXic:t&&Xyig'ipif;3'eh
i'adi;ui?gtudeirXs-an7-PaV'iS^pa
v'las ^]s ti'si^5iv7af7:4li;e7p^royiii^
i i fiyXXX XXy;6fX:;o \ WX:yi^^iXi0^XXiS:
7sclib;lai;S;^rc?^'e:-tit&;7lH|:s^
';' Go v crii '\ jieivt; XX; ${.\i UX^XXXh ;i ye 7a 1 ryXd y
Tcfi;;.fraiiv',;QualM��^
Manitoba.: Board;- /^pip^t^.qpyExpffiXX
:^:^'7-v""7:;-;^itiire: Fpiir?^N:ext7Y*ar^ XX Xiy
ri-;. Anno unc cinliit 7wa s;'ma^clc'-liy'/.Major.
���Eli;7-7H;o'dgijis;7-:-o-f'-7vtl^
Xi0ard>; ih.ai.iianiCoba;X\X 11 -expend-��� ��2',-.
['"225;Q^'7Toi7':7tiic:77cb1^^
;iiiileS7of;g:b^i;rbads7and~:fiS7:bri:dges7^^
��� yiiD u'ring7";! Ills lydar^tluj, boarcl fhiVs/apV!-
-.: proved' ;;^sp^7^ar';7 oiy v^p'^ksfy h XXXu ing;
7rpad^7an.d;7bri'dgcs7-7anip^
���S'2I^0f:jB;Ma|pEfib:d       : i.s'Tiip^piieiv
^rar:in Sy^Xyta t emciii;7tp7^ul>:!Jiit.>t5:7^iiie
X edgral:7^ ii tlib.V'i tics' :7 iii Ji ki ngijjapp lift a-;
ai'pii'^^
5 Fed crr:il 7G op;d vBp acts s%X\yXiXXX ��� X X-
iyXiiXx yifX 1 fipifiii&^b" tgne'n^i;^pSit;::l)y7|
Hniin ijclp al ities7id'ti riii g^lheSjii feciJil^^cajn
;:aii.U-;'re^ortft"d;'-;t^;7thc;^
noj::;;��e!:Jt<Wjy^
i7^h^;;fPrbS'iiiiialK.""gpv^
KrW$54^5& ;lQ;cy'tS:7S
'.".Well,-there arc about \sixty>aihs "'banks'.  "��� His last5,New*. York appe.ir-
^^-y-,t-ha.'..��lon'': stoj��.-h^rc."--Harper> ' an'cc .-was;, 'iti.7. Bns'.l,.King's '"Earili-
'"" -       ; ���.'���.--'-'/. -;: ���;..- - .|-.bo'und."-r"      ������  '���'���-.'���"' ������   '���-   ;.     -.
i;inc
::7;A-7;7;;dpg;;
.-Fatal".Negk'ct,   ..;
--stolen ' in.-New'.York-.had
-". ". ' Field.Crojis of C'nada.' .7.. y\
'. -T-he-;total field" c.rpps, of-"Canada- will
this year" reach .iuhrly'-1,250,000 biis-
lie Is", '���whil.e.'.-the_.' products' oi. 'hay atid
cor
com
7 7 Ex^caVatpis.- 7uiVthe/iieighboVJidbd; o t:'.7
.Gi?'elv:'7discbveir;ed7ian.:;.Jil'mpst7^
^acht.-'or;'pleasnrev^eSsciv-^which; \ZsXi
;becjv" ^ksei-ibe'd'^by'-;:: ;experjs''>:to7 ;tlic>
.:c."ey'c.n'.tk.';6.r''''twelfth': dynasty-,vpF'ab'oii t::-
'���m&-K��xiXx4xX.'ZXZ: iyii yXx -i
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May Pass tKe Critical Period Safely
Comfortably   by   Taking
CompouncP '
- Regina, Saskl���" I was'going through
Change of Life and suffered.for.'two.
yearswith headache,;
nervousness, sleepless nights and general weakness. Some
days.I felt tired and"
untit to do my work.
I         -"
gave -Lydia E." -
Piiitihani's -Vege- -.--
table7 Compound  a -;
trial and found good- ���.
results, 'and. I.-also-
find-ita very helpful..-:
Spring tonic and use- .-
ful for- constipatioiif
-'from which Psuffer ihuch.V. l.hdye r'e'e--
onnnended Vegetable Compound to sev-  :
eral;friends,'and am willing yoti should'.'
publishthis.."���Mrs.MAiiTHAW. L'.ND"-.-'
..say, 810 Robinsoii.St., Regina',.Sask., ~\���..
������ ''��� If ..you' have warning syirtptoms such
as'a scnSe of 'suffocaticih;'hot;' flashes,/'
headaches, backache, dread of impending evil, -timidity," sounds in.the ears, ;-
n - will   cxcere'd -'-25,000,000  ten'^   as! pa'lpitatioifof Uie'heart,"-sparks" before
,ii>ared:.w.ti.-'over-1,00J,^() 00() lius-'i ^-^^'Jv^^0^ cohst^ati^
A,^:..":....->n^���i,v .. ���=  ..,-variable-appetite,.-weakness, inguietr
.... .      . . ...���  ���ppetit-, , .....	
i..hels,of'sram and .20,000 000' tons    of,..ude, and dizziness, get, a bottle .of Lydia ���-.
three gold', teeth, ;wore a" .-belt' ' tliat   liav-.-aiid" cbni:" in   1919, according, to   E.-Pinkham's-Vegetaole Compound and-
held. three go^d-- .watches and :a.-c'oilar.'i- o^chf'figure's:  "If is estiiiiated/tiiVt - \lt^ V^ki"#*��^5,5!^.-in.e.aL0"?f-i^e
X
st'uddccl with TOO brillw'nt; stones. The l the price- of 1920-wJicat will avita^e-
loss .of "the dog: is aUnbuted "directly.  $2- per bushel.-    TTfc  field  crop?
01
khow-.it will
Lindsay.
help'you a�� it-did Mr��,
to false -ccoriomy ,pn ' the part of- the
.owner in not-having supplied it witli
a gold:headcd cane with whhrh to protect -itself. ���   ���  ���        ���    '   ���'    j. '
,' Co-operative Shipping., ���
Co-oiier'atiyc livestock shipping associations save Wisconsin fanners at
least ,$1,SOO,000 -each yra'r, according
to a bulletin just published by , thc
Wisconsin station. The figtire is
based on tlie cstimates-of.-$50.-per;car
saved," but. many'/farriicrs estijnatc /the;
.saving at.a much; larger'anipunt-.   '-'-���.;,
Caiiada reprcscnt/abo'ut^l/O p.cr-Tic'ad
of the;: populaiioii, as compared- with
$1,10 pep head in-the'United States.--
Miiiard's"' -.Linimeht"
Cows.
For   Garget   in
"Heah; conductor!" yelled thc passenger on the southern train. "'lhat
was. niy -station, slth.! Why didn't
yur stop theah, suh?"
... "We .,don't 7 stop, there no more."
--��r.id'.^the.,co.nduc"tbr.1.;, "The'.engincer's
mad -at';;t!ie^s,tati.on":agent.'".':;:':--.- Xy-r':y
^���/^heijyaJSld'o'yi- .Stakes; nj^th^piijittij
��� tq2r^��>|jshp^^t:^j^lii:^|fe
- Y6u'.re;-sluggisli���-slow as- mblas's.ei!
j f^kpsXept Z^eXi!00X^X&::;^xQXX^!
^i^SKIyMfli
i.4l.bad, skin-sallow'.'  ,^Takc-Cascarets
'BiWc;-.-
^f^^^^^^^^^s*f^s^^^$iM
-#" /1
THE kEDGE   ,
Is $2.50 a year strictly in advance, or $3
*   when not paid for three mouths or more
have passed.    To  Great  Britain aud the
United States $3., always in advance.
G. YY. A. SMITH
��� Lessee
ffHE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
NEW  GRAND  HOTEL
616 Vernon St., Nelson
Brick building aud finely furnished rooms
JOHN BLOMBERG    -   -  Proprietor
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Katray Notices :... 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than oue claim appears io notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
Hue first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
we'-,    subsequent   insertion,    nonpariel
^ij.'-:suremetit.
': rauscieul display advertising 50 cents
;:; hiehcaeli insertion.
������.isiness locals  z2}-ic.  a  line each in-
J:: II.    .
TREMONT HOTEL
NELSON,  B.C.
Nicely furnished rooms, by the
day, week or month
. Nilson .      Proprietor
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers. Cadillac cars, Garage iu
connection.
DR. J. M, BURNETT
Physician and Surgeon
Announces
That he  has located at Greenwood
Office    -   Guess Block.
Residence   -   Dr. MacLean's House ,
Office Phone 90.       Residence Phone 69
Elections Under Way
Within a few days the by-elec-
!!<;:! in Yale will be in full swing.
J. A. MacKelvie, of Vernon, is the
[National Liberal Conservative
nominee, while Col. 0. E. Edgetfc,
of Vernon, is tbe Soldier-Farmer
representative. Both candidates
��� have visited Greenwood and have
their forces "lined  up �� for the con-
o
test.    On Tuesday afternoon,   Mr.
..MacKelvie opened his campaign by
""af!dressing the elactors in the local
theatre.    He was supported by fehe
,'Rfc. Hon. Arthur Meighen, Premier
of Canada-, and H. H. Stevens,
;YL P., of Vancouver.
The Provincial election is also
under way iu the Greenwood riding. On Tuesday evening, J. E.
Jackson was the choice of the Conservative convention. The Liberals
have called their convention for
Friday evening in Riverside Hall,
Roek Creek. A third candidate is
likely to enter the running, thafe is,
if the Farmers decide to put a
standard-bearer in the field, at
their convention on Saturday.
C-  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 mc,    Have a buyer for good ranch
J,, F*. MORGAN
Dealer in Second-hand Furniture
aud Clothes, Metals, Sacks,
Horses, Cattle,  Etc.
BAKER STREET.     -    NELSON
ipspsis of
laacf M I Risndmenf s
JOHN GRASSICK
Watchmaker aud Jeweler
GRAND FORKS
Mail  your watch  for Repair and I wii*
mail it back.    Charges are moderate.
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
FRONT ST.;  NELSON.  BOX 865
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, Ppor.
Brink Water With Meals
.Confcraiy to a long standing
-theory, water'taken with meals, is
now-recommended. .For years it
has been taught, such a procedure
weakens the secretions of gastric
juice, also that digestion would be
delayed or inhibited. -But now it
lias been proved that drinking
. water; with 'tneals- -stimulates' the
secretion of gastric juice, says the
thrift' magazine, that it produces
an improved liver. . function and
that it enables the food to be utilized more- economically;...further
the saliva . acts, more efficiently
when- diluted, with water;. -Thus
we are encouraged to drink plenty
of pure water while eating... - -    ...:-
:. Prof. Pierre Delbet of. Paris re-
���^���ea'tly,' said:- .���r'-Treatnient- of-ap-
. pendicitis; by.. an anti-gangrene
serum, has. been tiested - with such
success .that it is .likely {"operations
syill be abandoned for the disease.";
NgW   HARNESS   SHOP
-'I have openeda new harness shop'and
am pre'pa"r.e(l..,t6v make -harness7to. order
aud to do all.kinds of repair work": .Shop
.equipped with .modern-.machinery, -j'All
;-work guaranteed...     ���'.--   -   --"      ���*'.���--'
C; A. CRAWFORD,      GRAND FORKS
^HSGaiNBOTHAMu
(Expert Ojptlcian)
������   GRADUATE       ���    '
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
������fc. wV-'C---Block-';���"������-".     -     Nelson
* Timber;���_ sale ix 1552
.   .   ADVERTISEMENT
Sealed tenders will be received by the Min-
- J>ler 6f.Iva111is.at Vi'ctoriai"'not later than noon
-   on  Uie'.'l?tli:- day of   November, 1920," for the.
-.'parcliasc of'Licence X1S52,   to cat .23,450-. Fir,
' and Tamarac Tie-s.'and SOO Cords of Cord wood,
on an.��re.i-situated near- Wostbridgei Similka-
ir.eeii PL?trict..-'-.    -
-'���'   Two (2; years will be allowed   for removal
, of linibet."       -
Fartlier particulars pf .the Chief Forester,
'-Victoria,- B.C. or District Forester, Nelson,
B.C.
LAND ACT
NOTICE   OF   INTENTION   TO   APPLY  TO
PURCHASE LAND
Similhameen Land District.'PecordlD? District
ofSimilkameeB, aad situate to tbe'North-
- v , East or Loaf Lake, Greenwood Electoral
-...- District, and adjolnin* the Norta-East side
-. -<oTEmeraldMinrral Claim L822. acd:Gem
'-y -f'Hncral.CIatiii;L8.23.;-A':'i7-i'.^- >..-,- f
XX .\.. .TAKE!.SOT-ICE  "tliat'.I.".:W-.niia'm':'".T:
, Prende'rff-ast.-.of Kranii Forksv-B.C..*6cciij>atioa
- .-team enpineor. intend lo apptj   for permission
io pcrch-ve tbe following- described lands:"
7 ff Commencing-,at.-a   post. "planted   at   ihe
S.'jatb-Eist c'.irnery of -Emerald Mineral Claim
;. Li." j-32. tljeiice " JToriberlj -��0 chains': *bencc 40
��� -Sir-ins- in- an' Ea.^tftriy/ direction:- thence..40'
''���< ;.-:-.:as, in -.?. "S-6ctl>erH"' direction:   thence '40
c;!in= in a Westerly direction to. poiatof com-
'-ni,enccment. confaiafqe I60.:acres more or less "���
".".-.:-.WILIii.AJi.-J.'.PRESpERGAST,^  "
--.y.hyz'.. 3rd. lr��* 7X'yXXyx-..-���-"'." XyAppVc&iii,
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co,
of Canada, Limited ^
OfEces, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers    of ' Gold,    Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig   Lead   and Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
When the Mistake is Yours, Help Correct It;
Sometimes as soon as you give the operator a telephone number from memory, you realize you have called the wrong number.
The first impulse is to hang up the receiver, but, you should wait
aud say lo the other party,   '.'Beg pardon  for calling the wrong
.number,"    Then everybody feets all right about it.
-- If 3'ou hang up the receiver without acknowledging your error, ���
the opeiator gets the blame. when she tells the other parly-that
"there's no one on the line." -     '--..���"
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
*
Minimun.^prlce of flret-class land
reduced to ?5 an-acre; second-class to
��2.60 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only.
land suitable for-agricultural purposes
ind which is non-Umber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may-
arrange for ����� adjacent " pre-emptions
with joint residence, but eaoh making
necessary improvements on respective
claims. ' '. t
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
Ave years and make'improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation, of at least 6 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor In occupation not
less, than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without perman��nt residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per annum and records same eaoh
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as for-
leiture. Title cannot be obtained in
fess than 5 years, and Improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including 6 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, lf he
requires land In conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation,.provided statutory Improvements made
and residence -maintained on Crown
granted land. ��
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
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 stijmpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them." Rebate of one-half of coat of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price,.is made. ,''��
PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS
S ^ AOT.
The scope of tliis Act ls enlarged to
Include afl persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The
time within which the heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Act ls extended
from for one year from the death of-
such person, as formerly, until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war. This privilege la also made retroactive.
No fees relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable t>y Boldlers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.
Taxes are remitted for five years.
Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August
I, 1914, on account of payments, feel
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchase
town or olty lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
direct or lndlreot, remitted from enlistment to Maroh 81. 1920. ��   .
SUB-PURCHASERS OF SHOWN
LAND8,
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchasers of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
purchasers who failed to complete v
purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase. Interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of.orlglnal par-
'cel, purchase price due and taxes may
be distributed proportionately over
whole area. .Applications must be
made by May t 1929.
gr ORAZINQt   i *
Grazing  Act,   1919,  for    systunatlo
development of livestock Industry provides for grazing districts and range -
administration under Commissioner.
Annual grazing permits Issued based
on numbers ranged! priority for established owners. Stock-owners - may
form Associations for range manage- -.
' u\ent.' Free, or partially free, permits
for settlers, campers or tr*v��U��rs, up
to'ten head.
^
-<<*-
J?
^
Rossland Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday, the-15th day of November, 1920, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon at the Court House, Rossland, I shall offer for sale at Public Auction tfie Mineral Claims in the list hereinafter set
out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out tor delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on -the 30th day of Ju,ne
1920, and for interest, costs and expenses,if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
The Coliector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner is a member of
the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the "Taxation Act Amendment Act, 1918" and amendments
thereto. '
Dated at Rossland, B..C, this 2nd day of October, 1920.        X ' -
".-.''" H. R. TOWNSEND,
���Collector for the Rossland Assessment District.
UST ABOVE MENTIONED
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
I,ot No.
Taxes
Costs
Total
The provincial Legislatuf chas been .dissolved and an
'election will be held on Wednesday, December 1, 1920.
The Liberal administration/appeals to the electorate for
re/election in the: firm confidence that Jhe Record; of the;
past four years of safe, sane and progressive admmistaa/
tion of the affairs of British Columbia. has met with the 7
approval of every; man and .woman, who has the best;
interests of the Province at heart,        ;   .: *-.
The future policy of the Oliver Government will be to
.continute its progressive work in every department with
the; idea   of developing the ��� vast /natural resources of
British Columbia for the general benefit o�� the people.
Homer F. Llbby and Val C. Siminous	
Neibergall Albert	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
KosslancI Kootenay Mining Company .���
J. Vogcl Estate	
Clement Mrs. Elsie L,.... -	
Miller  Robert ;	
Neiberg-all Albert -	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Peterson Norman ..t.	
Neibergall Albert ....
Miller  Robert ;..:. ;	
Red Mountain Ida May Gold Mining Co. J��td.i.
Neibergall Albert....; ;	
Inland Empire M. & M. Company, Ltd	
Neiberatrll.  Albert	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company .....
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company	
Jordan Ben F. :'.	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company ���
Neibergall Albert.- ...
Inland Empire M & Mljf. Co.	
Rossland Kootenay Mining Company Ltd	
Costello W. E....	
Cameron T. A. and McCrea W. S	
Neibergall Albert.	
TRAIL CREEK MINING DIVISION
.Alice I,	
.Berlin ;.........
..Columbia .-.....'."!!!
..Copper Jack	
..Curlew	
..Canada ;....""."
..Dandv-No 2.. '.
..Glendale.....	
..Golden Chariot	
..Great  Western	
..Hattie  Brown	
..Hidden Hand...   ...-
..High Ore No 2...'.'..,.
..Ida May... r.	
..Independent ,
..Inland  Empire   ...
.Inland Fraction.'...
..Kootenay ,
..Ktiotenay   Fractloi
..Nickel  Plate _
..Ontario	
.Ore-or-no-g-o.....7.7.7.'.
.Saginaw      	
.Saginaw Fraction..,
.Tlp-Top _	
.Trllby.���	
.viking...........;;;;;;".
.Washington	
../ ..,
 ..4331
 11157
 ��94
 1185
 1220
 4358
 ..2496
 11137
 691
M 692
 1047
 11139
 2945
 1940
 11136
 3880
 11156
 697
 1198
 537
 1057
 696
 3879
 3881
 798
 1626
 4916
 11138
GRAND PORKS MINING DIVISION
Ca'rraher Eva M .....7. ������ Acorn	
Northnp Henry Hall........; Alpha	
-McLaren Henry Albert Alpha	
Prendergast w.  J.  Boyce J.  S. and Reeves
CW Athelstan	
Kerman, H..C, Kerman, Maggie M., and Shannon, David. :  '......Big Cub 	
Kerman, H. C, & M. M., Shannon D ...............Black Bear	
Denzler  Robert,  Crane   G.' L.   Oppenheimer, "*-
M. Feldman, P Hahn, Gertie Walker CarrieButte	
Byrnes, T. J Holm, Jno.. .'. ....Caledonia	
Stewart,'William H ; Canyon	
Paulson, T.  H .........Caroline	
Stewart,-William H Dominion	
Prendergast,. W. J., Boyce John S. and Reeves,
C. H EgahvUle 	
Kerman, Maggie M., and Canuon,.Hugh B. Glouster Fraction	
Kerman, H. C 7.....Golden Age	
Coldwell, G. R  .���..- :.-...   Golden Crown	
Humming Bird B. C.   Gold   Milling^. Co., Julia
O'Connor, Delshcimcr, S., Williams, J. C,
International Railway Co.. .\. Humming Bird	
Colbjv Z _....'.   Humphrey, Davy	
Newby, James........ ^ Ida r. _..	
Knight, Bertha J. .-.-; Iron Bell Fraction	
Kerman, Maggie M Iron Cap	
Rumberger, G. W.:...  Iron Clad	
Kerman, Herbert C, Kerman,- Maggie M. and
. Shannon, David ..:.-.... Little Cub Fraction	
Kerman, -H  C, Kerman Maggie M, Shannon,
David and Wotlin, Henry ...,. Lucky Jack ...:....>...-.....
Oliver; AV T andWalsh, Thomas.... Lucy    ���	
Byrne,  Patrick J.; ...........Maine Fraction	
Stewart, William H y ._ r...Mammoth ..:	
Reeves, C. H. and Prendergast W. J... .....Nellie	
Stewart, William H.... Pan..-.....-. 	
Graf, Fred St. Elmo	
Kerman, H. C, Kerman, M. M. Wotlin Henry,
'     Shannon, David.... White Bear	
..2230
. 3174
1204
...1325S
...1334S
...1335S
 1067
 973
...2390S
. ...2483
...2386S
...1016S
 145S
 967S
 600
  .1369:
 3232
 575S
 93S
 929S
 1489
��� 1333S
....1026S
 .1427
.:.... 430S
 2385S
:... 1017S
.....2387S
 2229
..1025S
GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION
..Admiral	
Hemmerle, Thomas and McKee, Hugh	
Rumberger, G. W. Dermody, P. J. and Garrison
T. B ,__.... ....,._ -..Apex	
Jackson,EricE.and'Groves,F W Apex Fraction��� 	
Jackson, Eric E and Groves, F W ...Battle Axe Fractto*	
Jackson, E. E.".: -....;..;....,  Belmont Fractlom...'....	
Rumberger, g: W.. ....Cimeroa   .-.
Roderick, Thos;. McNulty, James,-Marshall,
' Tames, Bresnahan, Dan..... Dexter Fraction ���	
Prcjidergasti William J ; ~ Emerald	
Rumberger, G. W., Daniel, R. T. Stack, Thos.
and McDonell; Chris Garfield ,......:.....	
-Tate, Edward L.;.-..^.-...l Hercules    -	
- Holhjook, Mary A..- y Hill Fractional........ ...:....
Rumberger, G;. W; and Garrison, T. B...... Joker........ ........:..
Hunter, :W. T :...  yy Lancashire Fractioa	
Banlc of-Montreal, Rossland, Glass, V. D. As- '
"   pinwalUPhll..;.:;^...;1.  Last Chance ._~.	
- McNulty, J., JClark, -T.,  Bresnahan,  D. and
. Bresnahatii J. v.vi7:... Little Annie	
VMcNulty;: J.,:. Clark, T.,  Bresnahan D.  and - ���
Bresnahan, J ii....:.:;.' .......Little Brown .-,...... ..;.-...
��� RumbergeiyGi W. Marshall, Jas. Faraey, Win.
Strachan, A., MacAuley, J. B    Magnolia'. 	
.McNultv,: J... Bresnahan, J., Bresnahan,   D,,
���    Clark, Thos ;.._;...:... ~... Marshall...	
McNulty, J.i Bresnahan, J. Bresnahan,    D. .? ���
-Clark, Th6s..i..W.;..;,.- .���������% Marshall Fraction	
Mcintosh,;Alex,, A  '..:.; HcKipley.	
Hemmerle^Thos. and McKee, Hugh Ottawa Fraction ..��	
Mortimer, E.H., Bcasley, K. J., Brown, C. H.
Grahami'M. A., Parry, E..~. Ptacock ��...
Roderick, Thos. and Marshall, James Pilot. ��	
. Roderick, T. Marshall, J. McNul ty- J. Bresnahan. D.. .-...:���.....~  Pilot Fractioa.,...	
Keffer, F., Anderson, J. P., Beaulleu, T Pluto......	
- Lee. R., Gillis, Jas., Campbell, J. M., Kay Mark,
. . Bryant, Lewis.......;._ ...Princess Louise	
Lee, R. Gillis, Jas., Campbell J. it., Kay, Mark,
Bryant,.Lewis :^.- .....Prince oi Walea... _,...	
Hallett, Ellen.,..-..; Searact.-. .-. .-^r....^^r....T.
" Riirabergerj'G. W��� Marshall, J,,  McAuley, J.
B.j-Farney, Wm. Strachan Alexander Sterllngham ���.
Smith, W. S. : '.. Twin'....._ ^. 	
Rumberger, G. W.'.....; .......WHllamena Fractioa* ....
Rumberger,G. W Ynkon Fractioa ._*	
.f _,
 237?
 .1696,
.... 563S
....... 2308
 1422S
 980
 3298
 822S
...."..1264
 .926
......294S'
.....1690
 3255
 660
 238��
 2390
 2960
 2388
L_ 2404
 168S
......3503
 1243
 3297
 3306
.... 2393
 3680
.....3681
77.7.2663 "
 2953
 ..819
 1693
 1193
$10.25
12.00
4.00
5.25
8.75
64.75
11.75
6.25
.11.50
3.25
8.75
9.00
11.00
S.75
12.75
13.00
.50
5.25
.25
4.75
12.50
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13.00
.3.50
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12.00
11.75
13.00
10.25.
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10.00
11.50
8.25
13.00
10.00
12.50
13.00
13.00
6.00.
9.75
6.75
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8.50
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.11.50
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12.00
13.00
13.00
11.25
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68.50
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ASSAYER
B. W. WIDDQWSOJN, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biioS, Nelson, B. C
Charges:���Gold/Silver, Copper Dr.&ead
tfi.aS each. Gold-Silver fi.75. Gold-
Silver with Copper or Lead J3.00. Silver-Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
Charges for other tnetala, etc., on ftp-
plication. 7 = "-.;".-���   ^
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T.   THOMAS
'  CLOTHES CLBAHEB
PRBJ6BB ARD lEPAliEDJ"
TAILOR -GREENWOOD
OO0*0OCK��00000OO00�����KH>O00OOJ
Culatneen
PRINCETON,
Rotel
B.C.
1
One of the largest hotels In
the city. Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals.
A. O.JOHNSON
Proprietor
OOLUMBIA
7    fThe Mineral Province of Western Canada
Xiyi "X.iX'-'' TO END OF DECEMBER, 1919^ '���
Has: prodoced Minerals Tfiped m foliowb:   Placer Gold, $75,722,603: Lode"
Gold, I100,272r431j Silver, 160,432,304; Lead $48,821,106) Copper, 8153,680,966:    ���
_;i:^:;-Oftw-.M^B^(Zlao,.-?Koii, eto.),$10^18,487;- Coal and Coke,   $199,123,323:
Bmidmg Stone, Briok. Cement, ek>., $29,991,757; Missellaneocs Minerals, etc.,
$785,918; making ite ^ineral ProdnotioB to the end of 1919 show &n
yiyXJisj^^
Prodttctiwi ft? Yearinling December, 1919, $33,296,313
The  Mining Laws oii &U^ Province are more liberal and the fees lower -
than t?i��se of any other Province in the Doraiaiou, or anj colony in the British
-Empire.
Mneral locations axe pasted tb discoverer for nominal fees.     . ,^
���     A^��te;��KtieBare^ \<^a^  by dwdoping snch properties, the secarifey
of which is gaaranteed by Ocowh-Grante.
Fall information, together with mining Beporte and Maps, may be obtained
i
I. THE MINISTER OF MINES
VICTORIA, British Columbia.

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