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THE   OLDEST   MINING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER, IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Vol,   XXX.
GREENWOOD, B, C.��� THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21,   1924.
No.
Now is the time to  Brighten up your Home
We have just received an assortment of .
Paints, Oils, Floor Stains,
and Varnishes . }.'.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28L-
GREENWOOD, B.C.
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SALMON and HALIBUT
Fresh Every Thursday
SPECIALS
Dominion Bacon      -      -      30c. per lb.
Fit/ Reform     S
Suits
Made to your measure
Order yours" now
W, Elson & Co,
Pure Honey      -
Sausages -
For Quality and Value
order from. \
25c. per lb.
30c. per lb.
Phone 46
GREENWOOD GROCERY
Headquarters for Everything in
Drugs and Stationery
Mail orders promptly  attended to
GOODEVE'S  DRUG   STORE
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vies
Are- the; Best
We are the Sole Agents
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The Next Issue of the Kootenay Telephone''
Directory Closes March 1st, !��24
'   If you are contemplating; taking new, service.'or making any changes-'in.-',
or additions to your present service.'you'should send notification, in writing,. ������
not later than the above date, in- order that.-you may. take "advantage ofthe
new directory listings. ; *'   '' '.'-���.-*"',���-������ .r-.f ���'..���-.-. f-.V.....   7.',.--'- *"'"  W' '
Th.e'Telephone Directory"offers an attractive.and effective medium for ..
advertising.purposes.'  Advertisers should bear the -above date' M mind^ so'.
that insertions n_iay.be sare in the Directory..*-. yXxX ,'',*"=- '.'. XXX:: "X-X- X'. -'-���
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY:^
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
CHARLES   KING
Real Estate.
Fire,  Life Insurance
Licensed by B. C. Government  X
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Accident & Sicknfss. Insurance'
AUCTIONEER
Auction off your surplus Stock   ;.
Call. at my ,'Office and see me in;:
reference to any of above       ;
Making ready for
Mew Spring Millinery
We are selling one lot of
HATS
on hand as low as
$4.50, others at $1.00 or less
MRS;  ELLEN  TROUNSON   .
GREENWOOD CAFE
Meals at all Hours
Open Evenings
Dance or. Hocke)' nights will be -
open later
MRS. TROUNSON. Proprietress.
b: W; harding;
Chiropractor-. .7
.GREENWOOD
Office: Bank off Montreal- Residence
7 .     near Post .Office.-."        -_-'*"
-_-. - ."- Office .Hours: .-���' - ;'-. -
.-'"-��� -Mon., Tucs.,'Wed,,'*Thu'rs'_. [,.
io a.m. to" i'2, 2'p.m. to sp.mWq S.
- "���    Friday,-9 a, na.fto-.r p.m. -
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, FEB. 23rd
Commencing at 8,15 p.m.; --..
Richard Barthelmess
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^The Seventh Paj^'
And on the.Seventh Day��� ������]'���'   ���-. -'-,.".
."-.- For six days he'walked .as one in a .
_ ,dreani--for_the wise little' city thine 7
'���*- had "filled-"his" cup. of happiness- to" -,
.' overflowing���And .-'on'Tiiic SI'ventji,. '
��� pay tt .scented- the -heavens opened, -
.""for everything .became   dark���dark; .
.   -blue.;   Youth thc'};'ouiig skipper/un-...-
'.learned in the ways'of w.ise city, girls
. ---'IiU^weatherthis���blq.v!:,;"      -..'   ���'
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Ah, that's,, the.'secrct-'oLthe red-
: "letter-seventh "day.*    _..'.'-'
ADULTS 50c
CHILDREN 25c.
DANCE AFTER THE SHOW
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Around Home
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John.Docksteader has returned
from Nelson much improved in
health.
Born���Iu Vancouver, on Feb.
10, to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. LaBel.le,
a daughter.
Mrs. W. H. N. Glossop, of
Kettle Valley, spent a couple of
days in town this week.'
Take a chance on the Tea
Cloth at Goodeve's Drug Store.
Benefit of Skating- Rink.
H. L. T. Martin returned to
Kettle Valley on Wednesday after
a visit to his wife and son.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Legault were
in Grand Porks this week where
they bought a McLaughlin 4.
Mrs. P. Smyrl returned to her
home near Myncaster on Saturday, after spending a few days in
town.
A trial shipment of about six
tons of high grade ore was made
from the Strathmofe mine to the
Trail smelter last week.
C. Abel came in from Mesker's
tie cajnp on the Kettle river on
Friday, to have his badly cut foot
attended to by Dr. Wood.
Born���At Mrs. Fleming's residence, Greenwood, to Mr. and
Mrs: H. L. T. Martin, of .Kettle
Valley, on Feb. 20th, a son. yy
. Rev. W. R, Walkinshaw. returned on. Wednesday morning
from . attending a meeting of
Presbytery in Nelson on Tuesday.
W. Riley, of NorwegianjCreek,
met with a painfuf accident last
week when a log rolled on his
left foot and . severely bruised it.
Miss M. Jackson, of .Merritt,
who spent, a few days in town
the guest pf Mrs. - A.. Sater, left
for Midwayfon Monday evening.
E; -J."; Ch amber, judge of, the
court,of revision and appeal and
SrL.L.arsen,f assessor, ;of Penticton, were in town on,-Wednesday.- "' ,; *���- ���'-,-.���' ..-'."
7 Arthur McArthur, of Owen
Sound;' Ont.,; .was the guest.of.
his sister-in-law.,;! Mrs..;. D. _Mc-
Xarea, for a few*days last week.
Mri ...McArthur :was" on .his:way
home 7 from a visit to "[Seattle,
Tacpma, and Vancouver. &
*= Due; to cold- weather and bad
roads the. annual meeting [ of the.
United Farmers of Midway was
postponed until Saturday, March
1st. f It is hoped.that every farmer in the district wili be there
and help to make this local a
great success. Remember the
date, first Saturday in March. ;-
No$l Butler, who has been on
the staff, of, the Bank of Commerce here for. the past two years
left :on Friday morning last for
Vancouver." During his stay here
he has made many friends especially-among the younger set who
all regret 7his-departure..... Mr.
Butler = willf be mucfh missed itr
musicalcircles as heTwas always
willing.to help out. at dances and
amateur ; theatricals. For some
time he played the drums at ihe
theatre, which .was very; much
appreciated; f -AU'<, wish ..Mr..
Butler prosperity in 'his new
sphere of work.
Hi
K. of P. Diamond Jubilee
With the Curlers
On; Satti rday evening lasfe snolfier
game, was played, iii the' McL&drian.
& McFeely competition ^Walters
defeating Kerr.;; It is, .expected
that; more games will be. played
this .week. X['xXxX "- X-'X"-'-/������ X-Xx
. All those * whof .have not. ;paid
their subscriptions are kindly asked
to. .dp. .so 'without, delay, 7 as Ihe
treasurer- liar many, billa to.pajvW 4
The local Lodge Knights of
Pythias and Sisters assembled in
the Castle Hall last night to fittingly celebrate the Diamond
Jubilee of the Order of the
Knights of Pythias and to recall
to mind that, on February 19th,
1864, Justus H, Rathbone and a
few of his intimates met in the
city of Washington, D.C., aud
founded this noble fraternity,,
which since that time has grown
in wealth, power, influence and
membership until now there is on
the roster, in good standing, the
names of nine hundred thousand
good true men, whose simple
creed is an abiding faith in the
Fatherhood of God, the Brotherhood of Man and the Immortality
of the Soul.
An address on friendship which
means union of hands "and hearts
by that golden cord which bound
Damon and Pythias was made
by H. R. Bidder.
G. S. Walters spoke on Charity
which means not only giving of
alms to a brother in need, but
also is that wondrous attribute
which prompts us to think sweet
thoughts, speak kind words and
do generous acts to every human
being.    ,
Benevolence was the subject of
Wm. Walmsley, which is that
state or condition of/ the mind
and heart which not only impels
one .to wish well his fellow-man,
but to go further than that and
hold out a helping hand to the
needy and the friendless whenever
their condition 'is brought to his
notice.  7   : W-7W*   'X)-y)y
[&X:N. f Mowat spoke on: patriotism which is to cherishv liberty
and free institutions; to respect
constituted authority; to uphold
law and orderf to' freverence the
flag; and to.practice the virtues
of good citizenship.
lee Carnival    ,
The .Carnival &t the .Rink on
Monday night.was_'a great;success.
The costumes were very. good and
there -".was'", quite*""-'.'*.." crowd of
spectators;.-���. f; 7 7-.,
.Tbe' ice. .-.was', in -good condition
due to the efforts -of the rick, committee and others.;. ;---"
.'[ The judges;were}.Mrs... G.. S.
Walfeerp,f Mrs.. John Docksteader
and. C.f ft. Stilwell.; '.P. ;H; Mc?
Curfach acted as announcer and
presented the prizes. ' Mach of the
credit for - the success . of the carnival, is due to the. following iner-
qhants arid business men who
donated the.prizes:
;uMrs.; E. ..Trounson,' J...-..H.
Goodeve, Ed. Pope, . Taylor &.
Jeak^nj;Greenwbod.Grocery, John
Meyer, W. Eleoh, Geo. Gray and
T. M. Gulley., .
;'   ... -.[. -~PRIZE WINNERS .'-'...'. :"; .
Best I*ady, "Queen of Hearts" Miss
Tillie McDonell; . y- . _���'-.'. 7. .. ,
. Best Girl,* "Dutch Girl" Miss Margaret SlcCurrach.;" .' X-XX ;,
; Best.. Gentleman, -" .'.'Huntsman",-. Miss
Bessie Bidder...'.'. [X:X-[ - -7.
Best Boy, ; "Jackie; Gougaa'?'.-Walter
Nichols.' '���.'''-. 7- X. -~X  ' X:--- ���' ' '���' 'x :
Best   Comic,   "Bootlegger" 7 George
Clerf. f ���..-'".���,- -���-*"���;'- ^7- '-"--���-" *'W-
-'.-.' '-' ..'-' .."'��� "Races- " f -'���'[:    .    *���
CUildren under. 6~-ist,- Tim Jenkin;
2nd, W, ^Nichols; 3rdi: -Margaret .McCurrach; "*���
Boys 6 year old-���ist,- Ernest Johnson;
and, I.awreiice Gulley.
Boys 8 to 10 years���-'3t, Dart Kierr;'2nd,
Allan McCurrach.
Boys ii to. 12���ist, Edward Johnson:
2nd, Percy.Fraser. . .''-���:yx-'X X'X
-; Boys'."T2 to i4;_-r:ist.7jesse .Euddy;;2rid,'
AUan'Fraser,,..;:7-"',7'v''.";-:'..,, "**.���'*-��� --._.*";���;
'X Girls���ist,: Bessie '.Bidder;7izBd, Sylvia
Price. -'���:���"X,'��.:",-; yX-:X-X"   X X.X-   ' -   ���
Coat race-~ist, Bessie Bidder and Joha
Kerr.;--..--' [X: ..���-.*���' "���-���'���'-;*VV-;���;-.;.'X-y   _-
f; Blind-Fold .race���-ist,;; Joe Bella; 2nd,
Leo Madden.; ' f - ���.- "-,���'.":'"���-,;.="--'��� *"-
Potato.   race���Tied, -. John   Kerr  and j
George Mqrrisbts; 2nd,- Edward Johnson
Ban Race~ist, Jesse,Paddy. XX'X
Big Boy's .rtce^ist, John. Kerr.; .7 _'. .;',-'���
Hockey
There were thrills galore and
excitement ran high at the local
rink on Friday, Feb. 15th, when
Grand Forks and Greenwood
played , for the Boundary Cup
Championship, Greenwood winning by 3-2.
The game was fast and clean
and well c contested, Greenwood
having the best of the play
throughout and the decision was
never in doubt. Greenwood'
showed a great improvement over
the last two games in that they
played better combination and
seemed to have more confidence.
Every man worked hard and
deserved to win this hard well
fought game. ,
The Grand Forks boys gave a
splendid exhibition and their
strong determination to win kept
the play interesting.   -
If Grand Forks can get ice
before the end ot the season
another game will be played, if
not Greenwood wins the Boundary championship.
In the first period the locals
made their first goal, Eddie
���Morrison scored on.a pass.from
Dick Taylor. N. Docksteader
evened up the score shortly afterwards for the Forks.
Greenwood went into the^ lead
soon after the second fperiod
started, Taylor scoring %r the
home boys, but before the gong
sounded Galipeau .sent the puck
into the net for the visitors, making the score 2-2. f W7' 7
In the final period Clerf scored
the last goal which won the game
fprthe locals byJ5-2.v 7    _ .f:.-.
f J^ the
game to the satisfaction of all.
WThe;7 ladies    rinkf committee
served refreshments to both teams :
after ;the game and were greatly
enjoyed, after which a dance was
held in the; Greenwood Theatre.
The ..visitors   a.nd   their friends
leaving 7 for    home   about   two .
o'clock high in their  praise of   ,
the good time given them.
; -f*.," ' -7 .-";-'* ;.".Line-up;    ' ' * * ���
Grand-Forks ' 7. 77*7-   ,' f Greenwood 7
���'���'- 7- "' - -    .'������'- 7Goal7 -;';. " [   ��� ��� '  -
Boyce...-,......'....._.. _...;_._. Royce
-7-7   '. -'-,'"' ; -Defence '; ���    , ' ��� '.
Alr^od, C.^.vt;;;;:;^^;;;;t;^77.W;Taylor"
Docksteader, N_..;.;.'...,';;'.....'.;.......',.Mowat
-;.'���','���"���   ,.. ".-.'...-.Forwards" - -,   7.'-'7:-
Kenyon...".-.'...............v.... .'.;.���.'.'.; Morrison" -.
Galipeau.,..;... .".".;..f-.'..-..;..���.;.'..,..Hallett..
Docksteader.W..;..;..':....'...'.'.;;;...:....;". Clerf"
'*..... ' ...     .-Spares"1 f -   -  - .':������. ��� X .
Urch; .7.-.;..V.-...;.'..7;....7:../...'..'.*...;;Kerr''
���'" ���    ".Morrison,:Puddys'Stilwell,. -
Mrs. Thos. Rowe Dead
Mrs. Grace Rowe, wife of Thos.";.
Rowe, of Greenwood died at Nelson last Saturday morning at thef..
age of 6.4 years..  She had been.,
ill since September and  went to..,
the Kootenay Lake General'.Hos-f
pital.'last December.   Mrs.. Rowe -z
was a native of. Cornwall,  Eng-;',.
coming to this country, some .34
years ago.    She hafs. resided in ;
Greenwood for the last 21 years.   ;
She is survived by. her - husband* "
and a.daughter in.Midway, Mrs.'''-���'
McArthur f:"Wilson,;, aad by -two
sisters arid twpi brothers in Eug-
land.;.".--  x'X X    -������ .
.   The.-funeral, was-held on'- Sun--:.=
day afternoon from Trinity,Meth- .
oiist church, fNelson. :Burial was
inthe Masonic plot,  Rev. J7-H.-"-.
Wright officiating'. "-'
-Among, the many floral tributes
were.wreaths from a loving .bus-;
band! . Pythian. Sisters' "y -Greeri.7.
wood. King Edward Lodge- No..
28,  Ancient Free  and Accepted
Masons,   Greenwood,    Mr. . and f-
Mrs.* McArthur-Wilson, Midway. 7
. As the Skating Rink committee,
will be in need of funds by.the
end of the month all those whose
subscriptions    are    outstanding,..
are kindly asked to hand same to
the cbiaiBiittefi.   .,
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   T,  0.
Folks who want the  very best use
RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE
T-S
Immigration Policies
. Canada's .'lord of a larger- population was never moro generally recognized ihan at the present lime. The war burden being-carried by the nine millions of Canadians "Ih enormously heavy and constitutes a dead weight of
taxation which,is hampering industry and preventing investments along lines
of development through which employment can be increased. That war
burden canuot be lessened, hut through increased population the weight on
each Individual can be reduced, and It is the only way.
Furthermore, Canadians insist upon a high standard of living. They
demand modern conveniences of all kinds, and have a right to them. As ;i
result, Canada has been equipped with vast, transportation systems and all
modern means of 'communication, with unsurpassed educational systems,
great public utilities, and with the most up-to-date governmental institutions
of all kinds. These are capable of serving hundreds of thousands of more
people than are now in the Dominion. Those now here have, therefore, to
hear an overhead expense and pay; charges winch, if distributed among a
larger number would be easy to carry and not constitute a burden.
-More people is Canada's need, but if they are to be the asset required and-
not a liability they must be sound mentally, morally and physically; not
shirkers, but workers. And unless as a Dominion we are content to make
progress at a snail's pace, this much needed added population must be secured thorugh immigration.
Sir Clifford Sifton, in i.he recent address referred fo in this column last
week, spoke of wise and unwise policies in  the effort to obtain and retain
Will Carry Parachutes
Aeroplanes  Conveying   Passengers   In
France    Must   Afford    This
Protection
Since January tho first alt-French
aeroplanes carrying passengers have
been obliged to carry parachutes. This
fact was made public at a conference
of members of the French aerial syndicate.
**���
Regarding the value of tho parachute, a conclusive experiment was
recently carried out by a French woman, Mile. Collin. Last month, while
travelling in an aeroplane at 90 miles
an hour, she dropped off tho aeroplane with a parachute, which unfolded itself in a normal manner.
Scientists had stated that such a
feat was impossible. .Mile. Collin's,
exploit hits fully proved the utility of
parachutes in aeroplane flights, particularly when pianos are in danger of
crashing down witli their passengers.
ST. VITUS DANCE
WHEN YOUR
THROAT IS SORE
It may be only a
slight cold now���'
just a tickling In
the throat.
But little colds
soon grow large and
dangerous. Often
they become chronic
develop catarrh and
end In consumption.
C a t a r rhozono Is
the remedy. It draws
inflammation and
soreness out of tho throat. Believes
the cough, cuts out tho phlegm, makes
breathing easy, kills any germs lodged in the mucous lining of the throat
or lungs.
By using CATARRHOZONE INHALER now and again you keep
the passages free from germs, and
thereby prevent coughs and colds.
Get the Dollar outfit, it lasts iwo
"months; small size, 56c; sold by
druggists. . Refuse a substitute for
Catarrhozone. By mail from The
Catarrhozone Co.. Montreal.
A Fallen Planet?
Shows Through  a  Twltchinig  of  the'Hill    In    Arizona    May    Have    Been
Muscles of Face and Limbs
Chorea, or as it is more generally
known, St. Vitus dance, is a, trouble
that usually attacks young children,
though older people may bo afllicted
with it. Its most common syniptoms
aro a twitching of the muscles of the
face-and limbs. As the disease progresses the twitching takes the form
of spasms In which the jerking motion may be confined to the head, or
all the limbs may bo affected. Frequently the patent is unable to hold
anything in tlie hands or to walk
steadily. In severe cases the speecli
is often affected. The disease is due
to debility of tho nerves and relief
comes through an enriched blood supply, which feeds and strengthens the
nerves. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
have been most successful in reaching
this trouble through their specific action on the blood, which it enriches
and purifies. The following instance
will show what Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills can do in this trouble. Mrs. ,S.
E.     Ma'kins,    Parry    Harbor,    Ont.,
.      .        _.        ,, ,_,...-       . ��� _ _, , , X* says:���"As a young girl I was badly
immigrants.      Ho opposed  the bringing in ol   large numbers of laborers to j stricken  with  St.  Vitus  dance.      My
parents trie dseveraf (.medicine    but
without avail.     I was steadily grow
ing  worse   and   could   scarcely  walk
j without falling... ..1 had.to quit school
and had no control of my nerves or
actions,
charge farmers high wages for a few months' work and then leave the territory, taking their money with them or spending it in dissipation.      On lhe
contrary, lie advocated the bringing of English farm laborers���the thousands
of thorn that are living .on ilolo.-v vri'h litilu.or.no chance to make an honest
living���-under.contract"'with;farmers in..the..prairie -provinces.and "settle-'"i.liem
in cottages with.'sniall'.a.llqtnienf.s;and, while'giving*the laborers';themselves   the use of Dr.vAVjlliams'-Pink  Pills.
n'"ch;fni.o-to:wiuWck^heir^^ aiul t^'use, of-these, for a couple of
y-: .. -   *..,-'"- '   ���--:'-_���': .-   -   , v *���������*- - --���" - - ". ; '.'-"���*   ------, --, .      .     months restored-me, and I.have had
.supply ���(>! good,- honest, stead j'-1 larm'labor at. reasonable, wages; and;, winch is   uo   attack-   of "'the'trouble since.     I
"absolui.elyfnecess'ary,. if ,cUyei*si!'ied,",fai'.niing-is id be"-iit fall" generally "followed".' "have, however, f taken flic pills at. dif-
7   '��� Noiy.iivthG opinidn'-of Sir Clifford,' ancl.no ."doubt "in the opinion of others   1'erent times' since,-when I-felt out of
Whd-give consideration to-" the" -matter,'is'it-wist! ai'i'il good '���' pbl'icv-' for .i'coun': sorts.-and find-tlHmi.an-you.claim.for
'-'."���-m >.-'" ~i --_-���'.""-'' '*".- '-'������' ,��� --��� *"""'_ -!>���'-,"-" *;, ���-, -j, -. them it given a lair, trial.- . :--.--.
. t.rj -like ..Canada to leave, tiie-.enormous -territory tliatdios along the'north o! ���   -y0u can get Dr. Williams'Phil: Pills
the irilnscontineiUal railway,lines totally, uuinhabile'd. ;.'-,Sir Clifford,urged Use (.through any- dealei-'in' medicine, or. by
1 mail"at'"50  cents-a box'from the. Dr.
'Williams'- " Medicine"  Co.',   Brockville";
Caused by Gigantic Meteorite
Astronomers have long known that
between thc orbits of Mars and Jupiter a largo number of tiny planetary
bodies revolve round the sun. Some
of these have a circumference of but
a few miles. .
In addition, there aro countless billions of what might bo called meteoric
stone hurtling round tlie sun. These
are constantly entering the earth's atmosphere aud being burnt up by the
friction much more completely than
the moth that flies into the candle
flame.
Has" any one of the small planets
ever entered our atmosphere- and
landed on the earth without being entirely consumed? If it ever did, it
was long ages before man appeared
upon the earth, for the impact of such
an outsider would cause an earthquake indeed.""        ���
However, in Arizona thero is a curious'   eminence    called    Coon    Butte
which  rises about  150 -ft. above the
plain. ���  At tlie lop is n- depression or
Finally'a neighbor advised j crater -1,000 ft. wide and about 150 ft.
Will Supply  Farm  Help
Farmers    Can     Secure     Application
Form* From Nearest C.P.R.
Agent
Bringing of farm help to Western
Canada from Europe, inaugurated under a special scheme by the Canadian
Paciflo Railway last year, will be continued this year, it is announced by
ollicials of the company.
During 3923 about 3,000 men and
women for farm help wero brought
out, but many moro than this number
are expected this season. Tho first
of Iheso will arrlvo about March 31st,
coming from Great Britain, Denmark,
Switzerland and other parts of Europe.
Application forms aro being supplied to all farmers who need help by
the nearest C.P.R. agent or the CoIt
onization Department at Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winuipeg or Montreal. The forms are filled out by
the farmer, in which ho states tho
class of labor, nationality he wishes
and the rale of wages ho is prepared
to pay. These forms are then forwarded to Europe and the farm help
selected by a competent organization
and the laborer is sent forward to tho
individual farmer. Fanners who require help would facilitate this work
by writing applications at an early
date so the proper class can be selected and ample.time given to this work.
..settlement''of.'tliat portion of tlie country, tiie-clay ,belt; off Ontario, and the
.- northern 'portions ol' tlie" prairie provinces; through, (lie clearing-, of'-afpdr'llon',"'
iifteen acres" or-so, in.each".quarter-, section; and put ting; upon .these: lots nien-
-"sucti. n's-can.-b.e secureiKih Europe ��� by- the, hundreds of thousands; competent'
-agricultural people-whose, forefathers have'been thrifty .farmers, for genera-'
.-tions"..,' Explaining- Ill's; idea--more fully, Sir; Clifford'Sil'Ton said:":..'
- ""'T would; bring nobody- without--a good- .character." and nobody except, married, men" with i'auii!ies.7..if -you. ohlyfgel. -500 'the; first .year you. would get
doubl..- that-the, .second' year, and ;fiyo.: times the. mini her 'the' third year. 7 "The
/result-_.would be-that, you would have that vast ierr]lory-converted info-a producing area-making an entire diRVrencc. .to'.the- whole'sil.ua'tion in Canada.-
They -would - do' "most of -theii'tfculi Ivatiou ".with, the' spade"; .the shovel''and.', the
. hoe.',- "They could "borne down and help" the farmerVliere during the. fiearvjt.-si
season'and in -the spring.-with the sowing, and .invest, their wages ih-poultry
-and 'eaci.lb for their farms. .  Great ngricultiir.il'popuhitiaiiK have, bc.eti.built fup
. A liar.-' way before- no w._ and :i.i. can- be done-again.."' ���' '    V ���    '     'X'X ���
:' :.-7'.'J'liV.' liiind.cannot' grasp what it would mean to Ckn'adii-if, instead of pur-
, iraiiscontinoLitals traversing" hundreds; of- iniles* of. unpopulated territory, pro
Ontario'..
'-'Movement' Across  Border -X
-Expect Big  Influx of U.S.-Farmers"in
'.[x-'X'' X'x -  ���. Spring,  '*;,_,','.
.Handling   of- .thousands."(it' United
States   farmer'-settlers, -eSpecied -7tq
move, to Canadian- prairie -lands "this
spring "was -the principal subject- dis-:
���cussed'- at.- a- conference  of -land  and
.colonization 'ollicials of the;;Canadian
'Nalional    Railways, -'from    Winnipeg.
west'-to t.he Pacific coast. .'"* . _'������; ' . ,    .
-Indications are, it was.dec.Iared, that
'!.Uie'.movement* across, the- border into.
Canada this.y'eaf will be greaier, than
di:ellve.}4;.-lir.i!e_^ h"*hiLs'been~lif"s;onie"" tinie.-'^ -"--���"���'���* 7 ���-
east, and-' west .'these* uninhabited-areas were tilled up.     Western, freight rate's'j   *  _._.-���" X .��� .'_ -  ""_ ���'  ,,",.: *' . ..... '
would', not.- have, to' be based, on" producing- enough revenue to ..-pay interest.]- '-, precjom from"'. Asthma.'- - -Asthma'is
charge ���_ .and; operating costs', oh these, at-, present, unproductive', connect ing jonef. of 'the most...distressing troubles,
links -b*f**"voen rlie'east and'- ihe '-west:., tlie.v wtmld'themselves-become revenue1 ���; sudden* in. its- attacks, and  prolonged
in*'" its. :agonle"s.  -  Frequently'
deep. ' Scattered far and wide around
this hill are fragments resembling
meteoric -iron_ "'which eonialn curiously-shaped boulders.    -        ;.    ..".
It is suggested that this'hiil was
formed' by-'thedmpact of a; gigantic
body from . iho outside, and mining
operations are" to be started with, a
.v.iew. -.-to .; discovering ���'whether." .the
theory has any foundation in fact, ���"    -
Mother! Give Sick Child
"California Fig Syrup"
Harmless   Laxative   .for    a    Bllloun,
Constipated Baby or Child
Constipated, bilious, feverish, or
sick, colic Babies
and Children love
to take genuine
"California Fig .
Syrup." No other;fe
laxative regulates
It sweetens tha
bowels so nicely,
the tender littlo
stomach and
starts the liver
without griping.
tics or. soothing drugs. Say "California" to your druggist and avoid count:
crfelts! Insist upon genuine '.'California Fig Syrup" which contains
directions.
and bowels acting
Contains no narco-
Will Lend Assistance
Canadian;Navy and Air Force. Will Aid
"--.'.""-. British Air'Racers
- Canada /vv'ifi-befliost'-to the British-
airmen who will attempt.-a 'round-tlio-f
world "flight- this year,; for nearly half
their journey.     .-_*.-.��� '.- '     "   .';
The Royal .Canadian' navy and the
Canadian air force will 'second - the
efforts of lite-British airmen'to circumnavigate-the world by air.- 7Be-
tween "thenr they will. - lend- .:> hand
from- .St;;-.,'John's, Newfoundland, "U>:
Yokohama, "a - distance ol\;170-.degrees
Lower
Taxation
Campaign Progressing
Public   Opinion   Is   Rallying   to   the
'.Dominion-Wide     Demand     For .
���   "   Curtailment of Government
-;--. Expenditure
.The movement for lower, taxation
which originated at Regina early in
February-has already reached Dominion-wide proportions. ; As " a .result
'of-the success; wliich was-achieved-at
Regina,"-Vancouver has started a similar...-campaign ' in~~Brltisn Columbia.
Toronto Js'doing "likewise In-.Ontario,'
and. Montreal-is ' following suit -.- in
Quebec. -'-Newspapers have supported
the T ide.a all 7over Canada; public
speakers;havef seized upon"; It as one
of "the_nece'S8Uios of the.day, and'eveii
Ottawa has*.been*wakened up. Xyy-
" Despatches .are.-leaving -tlie'.."capital
daily" "which "-show tliat the .Dominion
Government is .beginning, to'take note
longitude,.or nearly hainwav around': of-I"__b,i<: opinion and promises'are be:
"th<7wfn*ld7 7"The_Vn..v v"- wilT sen.fr 7-Wng" ^AAo fthai expenditures' are being
boat from JVort hern. Ili-H ish Columbia \ reduced  and, unnecessary 7 or'  over-
But
to.assist, in  the laying-
! reduced and, unnecessary. - or '
of -.'���liumj")-s""!"Biann;od:"dep'artment"s cut down.
producing.
along the Aleutians-down the Siberian
coast .  to - Japan.- . The    air ' force,
would thoniselvi
agonies.  -   Frequently ,'man.v
....        .. .   . ... .......        .  1 things'' are tried,'but nothing seems to j t.hrough Its-various branches, will give
- - auc-ii a policylt -energetically.planned, and Jolldw^l would Un time'give to i.^. ]lopo- y Vellel'7- Dr:. J, I): Kel-Jey^v sort.of assistance throughout
Canitd.t a degrj-t--of thoi-coinpactw^s-'which; h'a:-.7nieant sofmuch in the.de.rel.- logg's Asthnia Remedy is the one lu-'lp J.7t ln**ljtnd flightin" Canada-' Inciduntal-
opment'.and' rMHispiudty'of.'the'.'fjhitod'-'SuteH/^iitt'h knows mi such'lilies" of] which .'can. "be" .depended nvtm.y .If you"|'     '   ' *.;���',,���;,,.������ 'L'!,','.������ (WW
-    '.     -:..'.-.-.       "  -' -.-.   .- - "-- .'     - ��� -���  ;    '  .   ���    '      -   -     ���- -     -.  ���)..;,.,_.- *,.ir,.l   .:thr.v     r_>m_��i1_i>^     wiiViniil I '/��� t"IS-. T*. in ue-tne nist uuie mat \,an-
���d vision." as  marks* Eastern' from. U'estern   Canada." -but where- one'-section   lia\e  tllD,J  ^no.i.   iemidit>,    tshiioui   ;��� = - '-rne���Bi, y y-   ���-f  n^���
���    *     .     ,"', "... ,7 ���,-���-. -      ���-��� '���.-���- .   -        .,----��� - i .success, do not fail -ut get at- once a! ada .Has  been crossed l>j. air at one
���merges into thepth.-r. ���   -.    ���....������... .-..   "f ������ "7 ���; ., 7  7     ,.-' .."-.' .'.-.."-j i^ckiige of. this uniformly successful   corttinuous flight    '*" -' ' *'
���   - -And, :'' '"'��� ~!'   ���������������-- ' > ��� - '....-ii.-i.....- -.- !...-������_... 1- ��� ��� .-,      - . . -    _ -
d.-if- thei'e'is.one. thing -Canada 11 ee.ds-along with'.lncrv-aseir population-} preparation..'
7*;it i'-'thV- .elimination of 'sectional -".differences-,;and-_ ihe urging of sectional .in-1.\ ���".'*- .'f---:
ttirosts" a part. from, the welfare of.th;'- nomiiilon:as.'ii whole'.-' :.':C��riada:-:iyist    ...U.S.'Buys Onr Farin Products
-7-bo developed .nationally *. notfsectionalJyv, and noLliing would Have'a greater
X' tendency to promote such.national interests' and sentiment as ]>opu1at!ng fthe
'    no>v unpeopled areas 'north-,pi'.-pur '(va'n'scontinctai lines in'fthe.:clay.belts of
*,- Ontario: -- ' Canada-has' breiidthf "lots' of- it, butJ't-.-iacks .depth, aiul* tiie policy
advocated byfS.ir.'.Clifford.Sifton."would lil.rewh.e serve to meet.fthat'need.'"���'-.���
aaet
.All. Wanted to.";See "the: -Cclipse-f- *
At the/time 'of; the recent; total ee-
j '���-, A*-Remedy, for "Earache:'-^���To .have
,.the earache Is to endure torture.' "The
Exports    ol.''"J Farm- '.Products';   From
-      Canada to U.S.; Attain  Large'.'
������'"'���-"" .'.,'���-7   ;-F'gur�� ������'-, 7 - ,,'f������"'-',-'.-..
.During the- last .three ' months of
1S23', -Canada . exported' farm produce",
tp the. Uniied7Sfales valued' ai'..$32_-
2Ii5,S02. *- Thi.4 was' a cdnidderablein-
-,.      -   -.  ,.- ,-        , -- ,-  -  -. ������a1", is.a fdelica'te'-orga'n .and'-' few" -care*! rrpase over-the--$2n,57<��,l0fi.f-!iii.'value
lipse   Ol   the   SUn.   along'the- southern: th',!-.'f wirb ir   oi_n��I_t_��Vtn^ it' wnrlr fni-      V -       iut..*-.,.>M),Lv..   .       ...    ��_..
-���-����������� ���   . I-^""^^^?1 "��� J^J   ""-���~ -���EcIectrl6-'Sli'- o*'r��rm.prttluo<^^3cportoU to U10 T:nl��
coast of-California;' .there,were-on" tin.
State, iiighway fi-iO mii.is '.of- autbiiio-
biles, packed closely'.together'.   '  Th"
a- doctor.; .,:. Dr. Thomas'
offers', a slniple..remedy.
:A few"drops :"-Hl ytates.-3n the last.'three months of
'"�����*"'* - ii'x..,." .-;.-._.. *;   The tiuantity of
upon-a 'piece'of lint ov medicated -cot- 'i-tlie' previous ve'ar
occupants: were -Journey.,,* from Uh'< KSvfrS-'^'^^" &��'v^'-J ^^ *^ ^0T^ ^ ^nit'
Angeles to SaivDh-gd and Tia Aw) '-      =W���-     W    -'��� ".\&  Statesf;during-t^'A!��'ee   inonths
Mexico.' to :see "the eclipse.      Traflic '��� .   - 68S: Puf'to Death   .-'.-.. .      *.| eiHl^d,   December ��� was; nearly doiible
moved at sis miles an hour and 1.0��>ft J Death sentences carried buti^-Rus- !_.^,at; U[ va*s .'-",thc ��*o.rresnpi_dine-yei>
arrests were made- for cutting, out ori sia in 1923 numbered CStJ "as-compar-}io?" of'--192;-- - Kxports; for. the .three
;-Hne and endangering others on 8iX> ed with. S13 in the previous year, ac-' mopthn' period >of Ia.st7y.-a17totalled
Torr-y,"Pines grade, just ouuide <jf San Uording to tlie7aiinuM report pf rhe j 17.-260.47^ bushels,- as compared with
Diego.'; -Gasoline stations were drain-": supreme court. Forty-three per cent.] 9-172,155' in the preceding period. _
"ed "e"arly���*intl.c-.day and fuel was sold J of the death sentences imposed were J
for forty. c.ents.,a"gallon instead .of MX. commuted io Imprisonment, as com-j'
teen cents. ���   '- Xyy .;"-������"A-V-,,. -yy J pared with;31rper cent, in 1922
CHILDREN CRY FOR^ CASTOR
55
Influence of-Tobacco *..- ���
Kvery woman desiring-a happy-married life has realized that tobacco is.
a.lielpfu! influence in the home. Smoking i_i','afyery-"-'spo'tiiing'fbccupation for a
jnan^makes'thepio'nie^
and prevents family;,jars,;.;.>��� '-77,;7Xi
A Harmless Substitute, for Castor Oil, Paregoric,.Drops
.}y}y -[ and Soothing-Syrups,-��� No Narcotics]^;-Vxyy
" Mother!;7'Fletcher's^ .Castoria ��� lias.
heen infuse for over. 39.years to relieve babies and children of Cons;tipa^
-tion, Fiattilency,; Wind Colic and
.Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness"arl^
Sag therefrom, and. hyL regulating the
sgt��jaac& and Bowels, ..slds toe .Rsslaai-
'latlon oJTf.'Fdcd; ;.g!ving -natural"csleejj
Thick Lustrous Hair
Kept So By Cuticura
At night touch Spots of dandruff
and itching with Cuticura Ointment.
Next morning shampoo with a suds
of Cuticura Soap and hot water.
Rinse with tepid water. Keep your
scalp clean and healthy and "our
hair will be luxuriant.
Som 25c. Ointment 25 as'50c Talcum25c. Sold
throughout theDominion. CanadianDepot:
Lymini, Limited, 344 St. Paul St., W��� Montreal.
2MF"*Cuticura Soap shavea without mug.
Mirror Of 55 B.C. Found
Dates
Relic Unearthed in England
From Roman Invasion
Found at Dosborough, Northamptonshire, a bronze hand mirror, used
probably by a Celtic woman of fash-"
ion who lived lu the Midlands -about
the time of Caesar's invasion of Britain (55 B.C.) has been presented to
the British Museum. The chasing on
the back of the mirror is done by hand
and bears curious similarity to eastern workmanship.   '   ���
Not Afraid Of Knockers
Immigration Officials Are Not Alarm*
���.     ed By Criticisms
Immigration officials at Ottawa do
hot express alarm over the,series of
letters published in the DailyTNews of
London, England, from returned harvesters, who decry conditions in Canada, and the possibilities in this country for settlers from Great Britain.
It is,stated that 62 different British
publications havo within the past six
months published letters from recent
settlers ln Canada who have found
conditions In this country most, favorable.
End Stomach Misery,
Gas Or Indigestion
'Tape's Diapepsin" 13 the quickest,
surest relief for indigestion, gases,
flatulence, heartburn, sourness,���; or
stomach distress caused by acidity: A
few tablets give almost immediate
stomach relief. Correct your, stomach and digestion now for a few Cents.
Druggists sell millions of packages ot
'Papo'a Diapepsin.
Airplane Serviette India ,
Great. Britain may soon start an air.-
plane service direct to India, acquiring only.lOOf hours.for the trip from
London,    said    Maj.-Gehf . .ilrackher,
director .of, civil aviation of. the British.'air ..ministry, before  leaving  for,,
home .after a holiday in' this"*'country..-;
Gen. Brackner   expressed '.-_ confidence;,
Inthe succcssfof thc British project.--
Beware of Imitations!
Unless.yon see the,"Bayer Crops"*oa.
package or on tablets, yon are not get- 'I
ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin, proved ;
safe by millions   and   prescribed   by
i physicians over twenty-three years for
'When- a.'glrl ��� saj"3: "she ia never
going to""get marrled.Vv.she.'..means' it
about as siuch as the;mah who-says
he'lias, more- money,.- than'.-he. knows
What to-do ..-with.-'".-.7!--.;:-'f'-' ;- ��� xXXX"X .
promises" will "not; satisfy public opinion and. ilie "Lower-'"Taxation";,Campaign". v will continue to ' gather
strength until sill -governments dive, "up
lo. their .promises-'and show conclusively tliat government ; costs' liiivo
beeir cut-to- lhe boiie., . '���    ,'.""'
x There,la an inipivssion.'iibnard that
the National Economy 'Campaign -will j ^j
adversely-effect retail business, Such
an impression is incorrect and -must"
be based on 7 inaccunito ,'. knowledge.
Tho controlling- 'thought behind tlio
j movement.to secure""a prompt;and'de-'
clsive reduction in government expenditure is .'summed up'in the-expression. "Lower Taxation means Better; Business." Before' we "caa* get
lower taxation.we must convince our
governments that public opinion'.'"' is
overwhelmingly . opposed -to the * tre-
memlpua.. Increase in .the ordinary
costs ".of - government which, has., been
gding.on for the past five.'.'years.'.-,"
. How; fctthf* we.;_secure relief? "f,-By
making;It plain.to menibers-of parl'ia-
meht, and; legislatures..and ''municipal
councils fthat'we wllLback tKem-"tp'.tlio.
limit' in any.'effort they; niako tb-fre-;
d'uee. government eipehditiiresf. f The
average man in public life is a shrewd
person. lie, knows 'tliat .If .wo.- "vvant
reduced.taxiitlon and he does not.try:
to get.it for ds. that at the next election lie will be an "also ran."f-;'"l :,-'���
X:-Every titxpayer; owes It lo'-hlinself
.t6"7drii-"eif this.;'Lower- Taxation .Campaign to a successful finish. He can
help to do this If   he   will   just   sit
7 There may" be other corn .'removers,
but you will not. be completely satisfied . until you have- used Holloway's'
Corn Itemoverf ���    *   - 7 ���" 7-"-
. Tlie _women,.of Lapland .are among
the :.smallest7in tho world,; averaging-
only four fot nine Inches lu' height...
The   polished   orator   ought to be
suro;of hia finish;"    '. - ' ���i
��ure
sweet
is essential
. Ff���� Recipe- Book���
., Write thc Bordea Co.
Limited,  Montreal.
.-'Colds 7>���;".,.-.-77.Headache--...;;
���"��� '.Toothache "'."-7; Lumbago X-Z}
;-v'',_NeuH'Us;\V.-;-;7'-Rh"euinatl��-m';'
-7 Neuralgia-' '-'X' "Fain, Pain..
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" j.do'ira a-Dd vrlte a sbort personal let-
-���ylthout. oplatps:..... The' genuine .bears,
'BignitarQ-ot-XXXXxXyxzi-yy X'x:-
It'gf painful .to.- sea-a. womaa laugh
wheii- she .doesn't want to but." thinks
she'pught.tq.^7-7;. ;" 7'-"7 77:. '.'-
only. Each; unbroken package con* .* ter to every public man serving, hia
tains proven directions.''Handy boxes j-district,, whether he be. a member of
of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drag-. j,arllament, a number of the fegfsla-
gists-also sell.bottles, of 24 and 100. -_ . ��_        . ���,    ���   . . . , ���
Aspirin is.ihe trade mark-Cregistered !!uVe.'.-Or-a member-of-the municipal
in Canada), of .6a.ver..Manufacture of; council. .   Don't leave it. to;George--
Monoacetlcaclde^ter-'of ^SalicyHcacid/: do'it yourself. :-f	
j While it*."!?? well known-'that'Aspirin;f:  '"'
Ask for|";Minara'_s-and take no othei;
means'.. Bayer manufacture, .itd/assist
the publld against, "imitations';;the Tablets of Bayer-Company, will be stamped with their general trade inark; t&*
���"Bajer Cfosi^-y'-x-..77-V..;.*-*.���.;.'���..;
;���- Aa- - ordinary *. brlcK
ounces-of water.:"
will absorb 15
Kse^ Ml.naird'c' Liniment |�� th�� hauw
&T. ��. 31*14
JIG-SAW
PUZZLE
FOR THS
CHILDREN.
Just���
Send ioor
Wrappers iwca
To Qua Limited. 232 Lenofawt 5u M5grtftT>-
���-W-;W-.'.U.*:;.15ia. fw
THE   LEDGE,   OEEE!sTW00T>,   BO.
si
Iflagiclkking %wder
is scientifically m&do.
and has never Periled
to give'the maximum
leavening efficiency*
IJec&use of this
&nd the uniformly
satisfactoiy--results
obtained by its use
we recommend it
as Canada^ perfect
baking powder *
PRODUCT
OF
CANADA
?.��1 * trf*-- ������V,^'.>-��V*,
BAKWO
ifliYPjfla
^sssm^t^f:
WORLD HAPPENINGS
BRIEFLY TOLD
Bring East and
West Closer Together
Sir Charles Fitzpatrick Stresses Need
Of     Cementing     Canadian
Interests
Addressing the Rotary Club at Montreal, Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, former
chief justice of Canada, and former
lieutenant-governor of Quebec, laid
stress on the need for improving facilities for the conversion into wealth
of the vast products of the prairie
provinces and of doing all that was
possible to bring Eastern and Western Canada'closer together.
He recommended, as policies to this
end, the-preservation of lhe St. Lawrence waterways as Canadian; encouragement of the efforts of British
Columbia in developing tho port 'of
Vancouver as a grain exporting harbor; and the elimination of views in
the west of Canada that, looked north
and south, rather than east and west.
Powerful Wireless Station
Now Being Erected at Vancouver for
Royal Canadian Air Force.
The first step in the erection of the
wireless station at the Vancouver unit
of the Koyal Canadian Air Force has
been completed in the lay of cement
foundations for the masts. Steel
for the masts, whicli will be 300 feet
tall, has arrived from the east, and
Ihey will b.e. erected, shortly."
The new'station will contain both
.wireless and radio sending and receiving apparatus and will be powerful
enough to communicate with High
River, Alta., nearly 500 miles,east.
If Tormented With Corns
Use Good Old "Putnam's"
On the occasion of the anniversary
of his coronation the Pope has donated 500.000 lire 'to Austrian relief, according to tho newspaper Epoca.
Tho Polish diet has passed a bill
providing 'two years' military service
which is reduced to 18 months for
graduates of high schools and university men.'
Lieut. Antonio Vildez and Sergt.
San Emcdorio, of the Cuban aviation
corps, fell about 1,500 feet, with their
aeroplane at Camp Columbia, and escaped-death.,.
The diiliculty of obtaining an adequate.'supply of..officers, for the British army is declared increasing. Reduction of pay to he effected this year
and reaction after the' war..-are.-two
reason's assigned for Uie .situation.
Tho     British     Postmaster-General,'
Vernon Hartshorn, has   appointed   a
committe'o to consider and advise him
without delay on the   policy    to"   be
adopted -with, regard    to    an    empire
wireless service.'--7-, 7        ff-   -
���'   -Reports  that' a rupture, has." occur1
'red or is-immiuonf; between tlie-former .Emperor Willielm and the Princess
Hurminn, his'wife; has no' foundation,
according    to. ���, the .best*.infoi*niation-
Trom J>oorn"."--    -   ���' ' ['���['   ,-'* -v
'-'C. X(''. -Chipmah,--'U*pii'e "time secrc-
-*-tary'-ioSir Charles TuppeV. died:at his
; home  in'- Leamington-- 'Spa, . "-Kngland,
-^.aecordiiig-.to.^'cifble'  advices.-,- "From
189!   to  i0.il MivChipman  was��� eohi-
* missioner ;iit;*Canada . for .the Hudson
���Bay. Co'mpanjv ;'-'"���      - ���'*.' "'-'   -
It's really a simple thing to remove'
your corns, and without pain, if you*
apply Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor. _ It acts like magic, lifts out, tho
corn, root and branch, leaves the skin
smooth as silk. No failure with
"Putnam's," 25c everywhere.
Women! Dye Faded
Things New  Again
Dye    or    Tint ��� any    Worn,
Garment or Drapery
Shabby
Each 15-cent package, of "Diamond
Dyes" contains directions so simple
that any woman can dye or tint any
old, worn, faded thing new, even if
she has never dyed befor^ Choose
any color at drug store.
Wonders  Of Science
gas
which
To Solidify Helium Gas
Solidification of* . helium
is the experiment, upon
Prof. J. O. McLennan., of the University of Toronto, is now working. After a .series of experiments, conducted with ihe assistance- of the British
Government and private individuals,
Prof. McLennan;-liquified the gas. Ho
is. now at work on ��� the solidification
experiment, which may lake some
tinie.
COULDN'T SLEEP
HEART WAS BAD
NERVES A WRECK
"The doors of St...Peter'... at.Romo
-.are, .made "of-cypress and haye -lasted
-'l.lO'O years..'" 77 .'-.'-'.7" 77 'Wy '-."���
��� -Soniefpeople 'hike lime hy the" fore1
lock; others ' haven't: sufficient   pull.
_��� '��� '""   ..MM^������       _ 	
'���'."'     MRS., FRANCIS STONE . .    - .
Your Good Health and Long
Life, Depend od'. Your KidneysT.
WFOLtOW THIS. AIWICH!.?-'.
.:   '-'-Srautford, Ont ���''I'take Hie greatest
ef pleasure in recommending Dr. Pierce':*
_ Anuric" I kidney . Tablets, to .'all  HitTerer;*
..',��f' kidney anrt 'bladder- aiiments. 7-I"ouj-.-
���   "year.-* ajro I'fir.-t learned the-value""of ths
-  -Anuric Tablet?.    I had suffered severely
with  biickacbek and  my -bladder was"
' giving- -Kir.   co-n.sidcrabU:   inconvenience.
when I was advised _ to try Dr. Pierce's*
Amine   Tablets, ubtaiutug almost  iiii-
taediiitc    relief.     Relatives   have   taken
the  A a u r i c   f auti - uric - acid j*   Tablets
*   pa my advice aiid every fine of them is
c'n'lhh.elastic ia  praising- Anuric for   the
.  relit:    of   backaches   and   kidney   and
bladder weakness."��� Mrs. X'nuicis Stone,
43 Grey Street. - ...
Don't wait for serious kidney ailment
- So_ set-in. -Help your weakened kidneys
"with" Dr. Pierce's 'Annric. At all drug-'
."stores, or send 10 cents to Doctor "Pierce's*
���Laboratory in Bri<I��rebnrRr. Ont., for trial
package. ' Write Dr. PieTcr, President ol
the Invalids  Hotel.   Buffalo, _M, Y.,  for
- &ce medical advice, ��� '���'
Air.. II. .A. "Reid, Upper. Musquddo-
hoit, 'N.S., -.writ os":.���-"1.am verythank-
-fuITor the benefit.I,havo received bj*
using _Miiburri-rf .Heart"and Nerve "Pills.
...When- I'came horue froin overseas,
in -192Q���;;-niy - heart was-very, badly
affected by. concussion, and-ihy nerves
were a,dreadful wreck.**" I .was very,
short'.winded, and "could not possibly
sleep-aft night.',in fact,- I was" ih-_.such
���a-condition I felt as i��7i'did".n'ot.Twish
.anyone to'speak to me.'7-I thought--!
would' try ..Milburn's Heart and Nerve
:Pilik,'_'ahd:bcl'oro_.l .had.tafceii two boxes
I could'.chjoy a-good"-night's rest fas
well.as-anyone..-'.' -,''���""'. 7    ." :���
Tliefearf. lot;, of returned men. who
are .suffering, the same a"s~l did, and I
feel sure if thoy- would- only, try .Mil--
buhi's "Heart and Nerve Pills -tliey -will
.receive, thofs'iune-relief.'that. I. have." "--
-,Price 50c.-a-.box at all "dealers," or
mailed "direct-on-"receipt/of price by
���The Tf. Milburn-Co.,' Limited," Toronto,
:Qnt. --���"-. -7- .-���*..*-'  - ';. xx'y-y- 7:    '���
Newspapermen to Me'iel in Toronto
.150 '*"' Members ,6f Association-' Will
Leave on-Two Months Tour of'-:
��� -'. -' ". '- . Europe" '"-'' *'"
'.' Tho Board of Jiirectors'of the Canadian. Newspapers Association has.de:
cided to hold', the annual. meeting"of
the" association -hi Toronto, June'5. 6
and 7. After the-sessions 150'of tho
��� newspapermen will leave-on '"a -two
months' tour of .England, Scotland.au'd
the battlefields..; "        7*7 X     ".-."
The Empire.,.' Press Union and-the"
English fNewspiiper Society.," ,are oc--.
-operating in the. old,land'to make the
visit of- tho .Canadian newspapermen
and-wonien an enjoyable event," The
party saUs-.i.ii June,11 from,Montreal.
Musical    Records    No*w   Said   to   be
Produced      On .'   Pocket
Handkerchiefs
A piece of tissue paper aud a comb
havo long survived as instruments of
music���or of torture! The latest
development In the -manufacture is
that of tho pocket handkerchief.
It is claimed that a pocket handkerchief or a pillow case, can be converted into an instrument of sweetness by
a simple process of immersion.
The patentee of this remarkable development claims that it is possible to
impose eleven new tunes on the same
piece of malerial,.;and that an inexperienced man can turn out a dozen of
the new records in less time than il
takes an expert to produce a gramophone record of the ordinary type.
A silk - handkerchief, on which a
well-known piece of .classical music
had been played, was taken from tho
machine, thrown across . the room,
jumped on, replaced'-'on the machine,
and made to repeat the tune smoothly
and distinctly.
A portion of a linen pillow-case was
made to give forth a striking reproduction of perfectly-blended stringed
instruments.
The new records aro almost indestructible, do not need any special protection in transit, and can bepacked
into the smallest possible space.
Grading Of Bacon
Time Not Opportune to Set Up Canadian Standards
Improvement of Canadian swine
stock, by selection in the Dominion,
rather than by importation of animals
from abroad and the securing of
greater uniformity in exhibition judging, was advocated by the directors at
the annual meeting of the Canadian
Swine Breeders' Association held in
Toronto. J. E. Brethour, president,
in his annual address, said that the
past year had been unprofitable for
swine breeders owing to poor marketing conditions in Europe, but there
--were indications that price would advance- in the very near future.
Tho question of the Dominion Gov-
ernment establishing a standard' for
the grading of bacon was strongly defended by the delegates from Alberta
and Saskatchewan. Action was deferred pending a report by the Federal
Department of Agriculture. IT. S.
Arkell, livestock commissioner for
Canada, statfed that the department
has been studying the question and
had ascertained from the Old Country
facts with respect to the sale of Canadian, bacon overseas. He did not believe.the time was opportune to at*
tempt to introduce in Canada a definite system for the grading of bacon.
PER PLUG
(vliexd a CJietion? CJieuf'
| Manufactured by Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada limited
Sweet and palatable, Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is acceptable to
children, ajid it does its' work surely
and promptly.
SUNDAY SCHOOi LESSON
FEBRUARY'2-1
THE PERIOD OF THE JUDGES
The wonderful* comfort and relief
you get front even twenty drops of
Nerviline will surprise you. Take it
in sweetened water; it;s.not unpleasant. Almost immediately you' feel
better. Nerviline brings up the gas
caused hy fermenting food, and at the
same time relieves that distressed
feeling in the stomach. When colic
or cramps strike you at night, when
nausea or upset stomach overcome
you, then it is that you'll find Nerviline a sure relief. For general use
in the family, for emergent ills, always keep Nerviline handy on .the
shelf.     Get a 35c bottle to-dav.
Golden Text.���I will heal their backsliding, I will love them freely. I-Iosea
14.1.
Lesson.���Judges, Chapter 2 to :16.
Devotional  Reading.���Psalm  I52.L-7.
The Text Explained and Illumined
I. A Summary of the Times of the
Judges, Judges 2.16-1S.     The people
of Israel served Jehovah all the days
of Joshua, but when he died, they did
that which was evil in the sight of
Jehovah and served the Baalim; they
forsook   Jehovah   and followed other
gods,  the gods of the people round I
about them.   God's anger was kindled.
One of the most expensive books in I <a&aillst them, and ho delivered them
*t.~ ���,������n i.  _    _i ��� i        ? ...    iinto the hands of their enemies. They
the world is in the possesion of the; wer0  fllatresaed  and   gn>anwl   unde'r
Shah of Persia, a gift from the Ameer j their affliction, and then Jehovah in
of Afghanistan.     It ls a copy of thej his pity raised them up a judge and
The Pudding Peril
Eat What You Like and What Agrees,
With .You
-Diet,.it seems, is an esential-factor
in education. -Wc must be taught
what we ought lo eat as well as what
we ought to think. .'- The.schoolmasters'desire to train our digestion as
well as our,intellect. Yesterday they
solemnly, ponferred at University College. ' Mr. Hecht. asserted that in diet
the brainiest, men are . tlie greatest
.sinners. . Herbert Spencer." went to
bed .sin .hour after dinner and suffered
from insoinnia.*. "."lie" "ought to-hare
"digested his dinner "before he. went Ho
bed.'";-.-Another.: giant '-' intellect:.'w.is
.fond" of-milk puddings. . They short:-
���ened his life." Even .bread- and milk
cannot: be.-devoured" by ..'"brain workf.
ers"" ..without -disaster.-' Mr_' Hecht
is .-a .pedant" as -, well * as -pedagogue.' We
refused to-be robbed of bur bread find.
-inilk'iurdlnirT-icO
educator.-, = Those cranks'-have collectively banned nearly." everything we
"eat "and "'drink'.- -. Most; of. them.'are
themselves - dyspeptics. ... The, - only
sound, rule is.t'o eat what you like.and;
what agrees' with-ypu.; We. wish the
food . faddists .would;, eat' each, other,
and.Iet.'lhe'rcs'l of us'select our own
���diet^Lond on-Express.   '*
Koran, bound In solid gold and set
with pearls, rubies and diamonds. It
cost $400,000.
Girls! -A Gleaniy Mass  ,
: 7-   Of Beautiful Hair
, ..Miller's-Worm "Powders will: purge
tlie.- stoniacii" and" intestines'"'off. worms
so effectively.-arid .so -easily that the
.most, delicate- stomach' will  riot  feel
any in convenience; troni. their action.'
They  ' recommend     themselves     to  perhaps,'
mothers as.a.preparations that will rcr
store - strength -and vigor; to. their' chit-.    .      .
'dren/a'rid protect-theur' from the: de-'j.^dison .Pioneer
Militating -effects   which - result ' from
the depredations of worms.   ",-���.'  ,7"
35-Cent    "Danderine"    So.   Improves
7 7 Lifeless, Neglected Hair...
���Anf.abundance
of--, luxuriant, hair
iiiit-,7.-; of "'": gloss,
gleams, and lifo
shortly- follows a
genuine toning up
of- - negloc t.e d'
scalps with dependable .."Dan-
���derine," "     - *'. .7
Falling .; h air.
"Itching scalp "and
the dandruff is,'corrected immediately.
Thin, dry, .wispy or fading hair is.
quickly.Invigorated, taking ion. new
sterngth, color and youthful .beauty.
"Danderine" is dellghtrsU.dn the hair;
a. refreshing,"- stimulating tonic���not
sticky "or greasy!     Any drug store.'
STORMY WEATHER
HARD ON BABY
The stormy; blustery weather which
we have during February and March
is extremely hard on children. Conditions . make it necessary for the
mother to keep them in the house.
They are often confined to overheated, badly ventilated rooms and catch
colds which rack their whole system.
To guard again this.a box of Baby's
Own Tablets should bo kept in the
house and an occasional, * dose,  given
Mighty  Wireless  Masts    W
Wireless Station in Bavaria Make��
Use of Mountain Peaks
In Upper Bavaria a wireless station
Is using mountain peaks for masts.
The wires are supported by a strong
cable and extend from one peak 5,100
feet high, a distance of about, a mile
and a half across country to the top
of a smaller hill of some 2,820 feet
elevation. The station is designed
to communicate directly with the Fat-
East. Special arrangements were
necessary for- the fixing of the cable'
ends and to allow for its stretching.
The end of thc cable is 'fastened to a
small carrlago weighted with stones
and running on rails. . When the
cable is bent by snow or wind the
carriage is 'pulled forward. When the
stress ceases it i-olls backward on its
sloping railroad.
saved them from their enemies. But
when the judge died the .people returned to their idolatry. Verse 17,
which tells how the- people iu the
timps of tho judges worshipped 'other
gods, Is an interruption to the
thought of verses 16 and 18, and may
have been added by some later editor.
. II. The Reduction of-Gideon's Army,
7.2-S.. See The Historical Background.
The army of the Israelites was large,
and if they succeeded. In conquering
their enemy, the Midianites, they
might brag of having done this them-j
selv6s, whereas they were fightiug un- j
der God's banner, and to Ilim. would
belong the victory.     -. . .,       .
"Who-won the war?" said a man of
'y     '--:- Gdd     '.'-"--/   ,  ���   ,-   ''���'",*
,To a soldier from overseas;
"Was"it Erance.or England 'or,Italy
Or America?   Tell.'me/.please,'
The Many-Purpose Oil.���Both in the
house and stable there are scores of
uses Tor Br.. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Use It for cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,
the" pains of rheumatism and sciatica,
sore throat and chest. Horses aro
liable very largely to similar ailments
and ��� mishaps as afflict mankind, and
are equally amenable to tbe healing
influence of this .fine old remedy which
has made thousands of firm friends
during the past fifty years. '
the baby: to. keep ..its-' stomach  -and , who put the .kaiser to .{light..do you
bowels working regularly^ :This will
not ,fail. to. break up.colds. and -keep
the health ;df'the baby;in good condl
.tiontill the brighter, days come along.'.
The Tablets are..sold ' by. medicine'
dealers 6i\by:"rhall-_it 25-cents.a box
from The Dr.. Williams' Medicine Co.",
Brockville/.Ont.-. .
Gets   Egyptian -Treasures
Pennsylvania Museum Receives Ship-
. , :,load From Its, Expedition ���"���'. ,'[
..The. steamer'Crisfleld* docked re-,
cently; at; Philadelphia- laden '-with"
eighty-five tonsi of ancient relics from
Egypt and Palestine unearthed by expeditions '-of.Vthe University of -Pennsylvania'.-.-. ���'* ' ' ' '-"'-���".;'.'..
..: Some.'of-the articles.in the consign--
ment-wc-ighgd five, tons each,.notably"
the .'doorway--.-and columns .from-the
Palace of-Pharaoh Meneptalvat-Mem;'
phis, Egypt. " A number of. 'complete
mosaic floors', are part'of the"Egyptian
collection. -...';',.���.' " . 7 .. "���
From ruins Ih Palestine numerous
historical monuments are. in; the consignment together with notable .exam?
pies-of sculpture .of the period'..     ,-f ���"
f-./From the hide, of. a;single,.whale;
two 'hundred.7 pairs.- of heavy boots,
over a score, of shoes, several -.yards
of .belting and shoe laces, were, made
recently, v   -. _���'.  '*. ���:,
think,
7 ..And silenced the-German guns? ."".
Was it-Foch or Haig or Pershing brave
. Whq'beat-the-cruel Huns?",.".-- " :;
The soldier looked'.in. the good man's
." ��� .". face, 7 ��� "' '.-...��� "f
��� ".And his. eyes-with a strange light
gleamed;- 7     "    '������:.���"       7
Tlie.moment came/and .wenf.f apace -���".-
-   While'his-   mind     with .strange
���"*'   r-   -" thoughts'teemed. "7-  - - * 7
Then, proudly lifting his iiinnly head;
- -He answered the.good-man thus:.
"The glory"belongs, to God," he.said,,
"And riot to any-of .us.?.   ..'.���
XX ������'���'��� ^Nellie D. Morgan
The British Empire Exhibition
Canadian Pacific Railway .Can*.Supply
Fuil   Information  Re7 Booking . ...
.     r"','-.'.'' .'-Passages'- ."���_" . .7 .
The -'coming, sumemr .'will .see "ah- unprecedented travel .to the Briiish.-Islos
-from'tlie' Overseas Dominions, for the
British:. Empire Exhibition . .which
opens'.in;.-Wembley-Park, .April next,
and -those intending to make -llie trip
should, make early''arrangements.with
the"'ne..rest' agent 'of ...the ''Canadian
Pacitlc -Railway'- for ..their.passage.*., in
order to .'secure, tiie desired accouimo-
dailon'.. ":.;-" f ," ,
-The -Canadian. Pacitlc otter an fTccel-
lent through -service and will arrange,
every detail for train and- steamer'. A
postal card or letter,to any agent, or.
to H. G. McNeilUe,-. General:Passenger"
On Half Salary
Premier MacDonald has decided to
take a single salary of only ��5,000.
although.filling the dual offices of first
lord.of the.treasury and" foreign secretary, -"which" 'carry,-a salary of ��5,000
each. ,"y' "'.'      =,    , -'   -���    ' '-'7- .
SCOTTS
EMULSION
[       is,by the
MONEY ORDERS
' Buy youi out-of-town "supplies with I>o-
miii.ion-Kxprcss" Money Orders.'   .;
Rheumatic Pains
. Are relieved in' a few day* by
taking. 30 drops o{ MetJier Seigei's
Syrup aJter meals and on retiring.
It dissolve* the lime ..and acid
accumulation in the muscle* and'
joints' ��o these deposits, can fee -
- expelled, thu* relieving pain and
/soreness..  SeigeTs .Syrup,   also
known as "Extract of Roots,"/
contain* no dope nor other strong'
drugs to kill or mask, the pain oi'
��� rheumatism or lumbago;' it' re-
- -moves theeause.-   ,-
...Ask Your Druggist -    f1t
' Will Remember Wilson
. A declaration that "the wage carn^
ers of America, will forever cherish
the memory of Woodrow Wilson" was
adopted at a meeting at the, American
[ Federation of Labor.of 100 trade union
j" officials and representatives as,well;as
of spokesmen for tliefPan American
Federation of Labor.
JV. - ��._-.&..'151
If ..a man owes anything, to. himself
he is likely,'.to.Eettle promptly..-;;.
Z :. Edison-' Feels. Young ���;
Declaring, that-he felt no older than
4ft, >. "though' a'-little more-awkward
Thomas.. A.' Edison,, the
famous iuven'tori'.told'member3;"or the
"Association, veterans
of. his;'service, that .lie hoped to live
uniil he was 1.00, Recently he celebrated his "Sth hirtiiday, and attended a dinner given by the association.
"Work which one loves., i.-. the best
form of amusement and diversion,"
Mr, "Edison told his hosts.   - .-'-"*.
-, -.--'-. ,   , ���   ' -J Agent, Winnipeg, "today .wljl; bring .full
* A-woman who Probably knows savs.   , -..        .":���    v     7 ' ' ���. n' - r_'��
.. -... ,   -���    -        .. ' ��� -. ������   intonnation .by. return .mail..     ,.     R.-2-
that, .it;,is. far more profitable to. wait
for it husband before .marriage than
it is aft'erwarda.7 .."*.''   '.*'���'
I Minard's Liniment Heals Cult.
Spectacle , Styles "' -
."Spectacle Styles for.Wonien!" is
.the. slogan''of a new. association formed, Us/object being the education of
women.to..suiting the spectacles to the
occasion.'.*' ..."Rubber-.tir*.d glasses with
an fevsning toilet!'', they cry.' "Perish
the thought!**.." 'W'-"7r =��� \ ... '-"'-.-';
Relieves
Constipation
; Don't (etconstipatioa poison your blood
f aad curtail ysnarenergr.
Kyeur liver *sA boweU
don't work prop- fJ* a bw^M
��� titIf  lake   I
CASTER'S
Llttl* iivv?
fills today'
��ad   your
Jxossbl�� win
fes rdieTed.   Fer  di��incss,
- $pp��*��i��. Sssadacbe asd biotdtf ski*
Uy thtae. ?are!T vegeUUe.
. fq*t3l m~ l��wa !>*��������SawJU ?ma
Suppose He'd Paid Up? -
Oiie day. not long since, a*- Uaplist
preacher of our state was out hunting.
During.the day a rainstorm came.on.
In order* to keep dry he crawled into
a hollow log. When the rain, began.
to fall the log began to swell, until he
could get neither way.' Ho thought,
his end had com& fie thought of. all
the wrongs he had done, aad when, he-
recalled that ha had not sent sub-:
scfiptlon to his paper this year he felt
so small that he crawled right out of
the log without difficulty. Does this
story fit you?���The Western Baptist,
Winnipeg." ���       .'.-';������'���-.".��� -'.,."""
' Yisitor3. to. the British Museum during 1322 -showed an increase of TS.'OOO
over those in the previous year; there
were 518,854 on weekdays and 60,943
on' Sundays. X -,.' /-,. *.-:. ' *-:.-'-;*.���'.*.'   . -,.. - ,;-f
Cook'g Cottar Root Compoufi-I
. J. tttfe, ftlitxhlt repufatinsf-
tnedieine,   6o!d la tlirea <l<s-
fr���� ot ��uength���Na  l._jli
Jo. 3. fSi-.Ko. 8, ** pit bos.
Sola bf sll.'dnifcut*. or *cak .
preptiden  Tec����pl of -price.
Pro*    p��eapli!i;t. -'   Actcirsjug
THC COOK MCOICiNE CO*
rM(WT9. 6BT. {*mmA, *)�����������>
THE  NEW   FRXNOH   REMEDY. -
THEKAPiONNn 1
THERAPIONNo.2
THERAPION Nd.3
- 99.1 for BladderC��t��_TSi, .Ko. 1 tor Blood *-
SkiaDi��e��������. Ko.afarCbroitlcWeAliaeuct.-'.
���Ol CX1TLXaBINSCKE��l9TS.PR!C��!N X\r.I,J_Ht>,3i.
- ��*XECLK��CK��4.Ce.K*��irr��i*feRd.N.W.J,[_*..!<_(...,'
- o�� Wail &1 ����o�� ,71. fnonrST. East..Tokos . o,-.
Q*  SM. sr- r��--'_- SixEEr  WESr.- Mo��t*__ai_.
I Minard's Liniment for, OandruH THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE LEDGE
Is .$2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
$2.50 when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To Great Britain and
the United States ��2.50, always in advance.
G. W. A. SMITH
Lessee
Christian Valley Notes
M. Scbenck was up to Larson's
ranch last week.
Joe Christian returned last week
from a trip to Rock Creek.
Guner Lindgren and Frank
Christian who have been at home
for a few days returned to the
camp last Thursday. 0
MoBt of the residents of the
Valley planned to surprise Mrs.
Charles Noren on Saturday, Feb.
7th. A. whole sleigh load of people
started out and" found on nearing
the ranch that .the family seemed
to have retired for the night.
They gave a few wild yells to
waken the family which Mrs.
Noren took for a band of coyotes
and they were almost up to the
door before ,she discovered her mistake. There was a wild scramble
for clothes then by the older members of the family and it was a
very surprised woman who opened
the door. Wraps were removed
while everybody talked and laughed at once. Pies and cakes were
brought from the sleigh. There
was a good floor and music which
the younger people soon took advantage of. About midnight the
party broke up after a jolly time.
It was the first surprise party held
in the Valley but it will certainly
not be the last.
Farewell Banquet and Presentation
*       To Commander and Mrs. Lewis
Myers Creek Breezes
- .Scotty/Fawns ,would7like" to buy
some.,snow,7: upon which: to haul
-his tiie.''7 7;.\.'7 ..-.-_ ;'.������.; / 7   ,-.-,. '��� ' -y_ ���_
Joe Stencil is .-once*, more/back in
. this-  country���back ..at; the /old
game making ties.: 7    . /   .-
-'.*'; John R. Jackson reports things
. on-the "coast "as' being- in  a very
favorable coadition.   -
Frank  Fritz is  considering/the
purchase of a tractor with which to
'log-at'McA.-rthui''s-"mill..-f-'-'.f *. "'
,  .Ted -McArthur,-.inade. a trip to
- Nelson oa Saturday/last to. attend
the funeral of his wife's mother.?' ���-
.George Guise and Frank Maletta
have had to "stop, logging operations
oh/account of. the f flooded state of
the Canyon-road on  Myers creek..
"Six in a bed", is one of the in-
/dietments-agairisfe an .overcrowded'
' Coast    Rooming;    House/ xx The
"writer - declares, that   there   were
hundreds in.one*bed he slept.in on,
"the' coast." ] >��� -' 7 '.)[-. /���. 7 *:.;'-:..
Harold.Moll, who has been scaling all winter, at ;the/ mill,, was
taken, down with. . an attack : of
appendicitis last '.week and is at
. present.recuperating at. his. home
on Ingramrcreek.7 7 *"7Wv.~f 7.
: We read.of a Yale Professor as
having said:..' 'What a fine thing," to
..' think,. that my/- country "was. the
. country f of   George   "Washington.
..It certainly.,is;  and,  he might., of
... added, of Doctor Cook.   -.
7  "Heyl 7B1IH .7Whats""'the ffirsfe
thing a fat man;does; upon walking
: to the top of a hill?;,   7       -WW
'"." '^unnoW-7, '��� X)   -.'-..  '.'������.."
7 -"Why, he takes off his coat.and.
���pants.",' -. X'���,.-���'���;  7.-777'.'-'"
We. read '^Carter suspends operations at/Luxor." King Tut.will
be secure for a time yet, and then;.
King Tut ��� They. grab your .Sunday suit
- .-And all your royal robes they're bound
>���        ' to seize;    ,
"But there's bound to be a smell, when
'they open, up your cell;
For you haven't-had a bath for
"cent���u"���nes:'" *.;-.'';7 ,, -  ,
This is. not a new Banana .Song:
Who makes this funny world, go round;
And keeps things going on? X)X) .7
\Vho holds the best positions���''/-;;';' "_* -/;-;/*
Will be missed when they sre gone?"':-/'
Not "the ones with.hordes of gold-dust. >-���
.' IsTotthe plodder sure but slow." y X' 7*--;
Tis the one who shoots the,hot air,-/,..,-..-'.'
He's the; one that makes it go/- ������;- ' y
And friends mil'plant fwget-nie^nots,/.' .-������
*-������ And come and sit and sigh, '."-' .*_���_";��� X-XX
And. irrigate his" grave-with tears./ yy: ...
��� When he goes off.to die. y\i "X '���������'' [-.-
: z- x .,   ' X"' Thsfe's'Alii77-W'7:W
On Saturday, February 16th a
Banquet was given in honour of
the above at the Rock Creek Hotel
by the Local Branch of the United
Farmers and Farm Women.
In spite of the bad state of the
roads, between thirty and forty
were present and many more wrote
expressing their disappointment of
being unable to attend.
Mr. G. Pitman, president of the
U. F. was in the chair.
After dinner Mrs. A. D. McLennan, late president of the
U. F. W., presented Mrs. Lewis
with a cut glass rose bowl .and an
address; in her speech referring to
the excellent work Mrs. Lewis had
done as secretary of the organization and also to her never failing
sympathy and interest in all matters connected with this work and
in conclusion .remarked on the
great loss Mrs. Lewis would be to
the many who knew and loved her,
Mrs. Lewis rose and made a charming reply in which .she said what
great pleasure it had always given
her to work with Mrs. McLennan
and all the other members of the
TJ. F. W. and that one of her chief
regrets in leaving the neighborhood
was that it ended her association
with them, but she hoped that in
the near future she might have the
pleasure of showing them all their
beautiful gift in its new surroundings.
Mr. Pitman in making the presentation to tho Commander of an
inscribed gold fountain pen and
pencil spoke of the leading part he
had always taken in local and public affairs and ofthe enthusiasm
with - which, he inspired all those
with those he came. in. contact, he.
felt/that .the1 Commander, .would
leave a gap which would be hard
to fill. 'The epeaker/madespeciai
reference'to'the-, work' done by-the
United-Farmers and the'great need.
of co-operation7 ih all .branches of
farming;,also giving many interest-.
ing , and  instructive ��� statistics / on
agriculture.       -X-X        f    "
In reply. Commander Lewis'said
that fhe -wished to tell them how
gratified and touched both he and.
his wife were., .at' the kindly
thoughts, that had inspired this
banquet /and presentation; . inasmuch as they*, had never"���.sought;
popularity,, he...thought/that. this
honour. was a tribute to their small,
.efforts." in ; the public life of, the
community.   ~   7 '*-.-  -       .-.      . ���
The speaker, then went on-to say
that he had of ten wondered whether
it was, to ."'a- person's .happiness to
enter into the Public Life of a place
or to remain outside on his own
little plot of ground and criticise
the efforts of others /and .'that.hef
proposed/to cast upon a balance'
Bbfeet./ xyy '-'.���--���'.". -.'."-_.','', -7.  . _ -'.7 ;
The Commander,, after reviewing
the; activities,/'of himself and/ his
wife in.iconnection with the "Save
the Children'' 7 fund,, the; United
Farmers "and the. Co-operative dur-'
ing which he specially mehtibnt:d
with commendation the work Vof.
Major: and "Mrs. Gray, "'Mr.'.and
M-x&.xMcLennan, /Mr. G. Pitman
and ��� Mr. f H.: Martin, came to the
conclusion/.that this- was a ..big
credit, balance; in" favour7of ..the
public/life.:.  ;_-.���., '"-7 ,7,7 W7-7 *./;-"
/I'Triie'.' he. eaidi. ','qn the debit
side, there is -a/certain; amount of
work, worry, aiid expense but on
the credit side is the far more lasting satisfaction of; having taken
part, in work * which, .will be', of
abtae laBting.benefit." The Commander then said "with regard to
Politics it is nearly all credit."
"Yoa will have heard that I was
adopted as Provincial Party candidate for the Islands, but what you
haye probably hot heard, is, that'a
week/ago .I.resigned.. I purposely
;waited;iintil,this.; occasion tp.make
this-'aDno.dncameDt^ because ;ifwisb-,
'ed to/do. so among friends.: and zio.
make;* sure that'*.'th'e..;--trae7'etory,
WQald. go put and not a false one in.7
vented by my/political opponents//-;
/.,The;-.Co.mmarider/then -told ;.his
audienes 7h��w7 ao7 sooner"'- was/, he
adopted, .thai, hef was; .infdrmed/fchat
News From the Capital
certain stories to his discredit were
being circulated round the Islands
Riding; one of them was true in
words but false in what it inferred,
and the other one, a deliberate lie.
However, although he would have
liked to have fought this matter
out and was quite prepared to give
the whole history of his life on any
platform, his friends considered
that inasmuch as he would have to
pass a large time iu answering
these slanders rather than expound
ing the principles of the Provincial
Party,"that ifc would be too heavy a
handicap to carry and "therefore"
said the speaker "I immediately
resigned; as for these slanders I
care just as much about them as I
do about the coyotes that howl
outside my house."
"Well, Ladies and Gentlemen
there is just one more item that I
must add to the credit side of my
balance sheet and that is the little
place in your hearts that we hope
and think we havo obtained, and
hope that we shall retain after we
leave Rock Creek, On behalf of
my wife and myself I thank you."
During the evening the toasts of
the U. F. and U. F. W. were proposed by Mr. McLennan and Mr.
E. Fenwick Wilson and many
complimentary speeches were made
to the Commander aud Mrs. Lewis.
A varied musical programme
was much appreciated.
Thanks are due to Mrs. McLennan, Mr. T. Walker and Major
Gray for the excellent arrangements made. '
In conclusion Mr. Hanson and
Miss Pritchard are greatly to be
congratulated-on-a really first class
dinner which was second to. none,
and .oh -the; most- artistic decora.-'
tions*. of /.the'Tlanquet' -' hall .which
called forth-, the admiration . of-all
present:;'^ _--..".'  "7 W    ��� -' "- :' ' ;..,-
Tlie / Strang Entertainment
7 Owi'n'g to,the.'.,b'ad7coudition. of
the roads.the. attendance, at  the'
-Baklry   "Strang*   Entertainment
under the- auspices .of-the-- Farm
-Women 'at ;l^ock',Creek on; the -13th
was; .not,-very. ��� large,* .but..those
who- were/there' were.'delighted
with.both the vocal*" and   instrur
mental-music." /His-character of
the Arkansal traveler -was worth
going miles.to/see;" also. as Harry
Lauder    -in"' costume-7. staging;
'" 'Roaming, in the Gloaming,.'?;bu.t
"Hoots/ Mon.'.'-/in.1 his; 'striking'
military/costume with-kilt of the
Gordon 7Highlande.r_7an.cL plaid bf.
the ..Cameron    clan;-/   marching,
across the Hall playing  the bag-,
pipies-.td" fsuch "tunes" as-WThe
Cock.fof.th'e North"/and '���March-
log Through Georgia"  will long
.be" remembered. --.      .���.;"," / _
7 He was:   accompanied  -by    a
violinist/who proved herself: one
qf.'ttie mosrgifted'.raus.icians.tha.t
has" appeared/, in  the Boundary;
also a pianist of fare "ability and
a charming soprano  voice.'   The
rendering   of 7'Tbe  Holy- City'?
won the.hearts .of the audience.
.  TArfangementsf were made /for
this.company to  appear  at Rock
Creek again,   when/ it .is hoped
���loVers 6_f..m'usic-*.will   avail them-
selyes.of theropportunity to bear
'them.- 7 ,7*\7.7 -'.-"'-������ * -'���/��� -/-'-;��� " ' -
Victoria, Feb. 20.���Emphatic
denial is given by Premier-Oliver
to statements of the Opposition
and Third party that there is a
bad tangle in the arrangements
for the coming court of  revision.
"There ifabsolutely no tangle
except in the cobwebbed minds of
those accustomed to shooting off
their mouths about nothing," he
declares. "There would be no misunderstanding if people would
read the statutes intelligently,
but some cannot; or when they
do read they cannot understand
what they have read. If anyone
says there is a tangle let him
take legal proceedings and find
out.
The suggestion that the government intends to dissolve the
Legislature before the revision of
voters' lists commences on April
7 is ridiculed-and put down by
members of the cabinet as "another attempt of the opposition
to embarrass the government and
mislead the public."
Premier Oliver points out that
the voters? lists are being revised according to tb_e law of the
province and the task will be
carried out with   fairness  to  all.
HOME FOR BOYS
ST. RAPHAEL'S HOSTEL HOME
FOR BOYS attending High and Public
Schools. Fees $30.00 month. Particulars
applv to the Reverend, the Principal,
1186'Nicola St., Vancouver, B.C.
HAY FOR SALE
Mixed baled hay, Timothy and Alsike
Clover, good for cattle and horses, $20.00
per ton, transferred or F.O.B., Greenwood.
F. Haussener, Box 364, Greenwood, B C.
SEMI-READY
Tailored Clothes
Send Your
BOOTS  and  SHOES
To
GEO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
AU work and material  guaranteed.   We
pay postage one way.   Terms Cash.
;::.  Time,To ;Register; W 7
7 February 25 .will be, the lateBt
date on which applicants who wish;
to have their.names oh the. new
provincial voters' list may apply to
fehe registrar, according to notices;
in. the British Columbia Gazette;
thaVepecial. eonrta of revision for
tbe voters' list-will be held- off
April 7 throughout"Tfehe province.:
It is not neceesary for those ois
the last revised list to register
again as their names will automatically/be transferred to, the new
list? 'Xy::' ):XXiX'i;XXy X W.7/?)��� j
��� ; A schoolmaster wrote - this brief
criticism-, on. a. boy's report;- '.'-A
good. worke?%/bat talks,too much."f
���When the report,eame;Jback signed;
.according- to /rule /by/^the;.boy?s
father,,; it bore besides the signature,;
this' feeling report: 7-'.Yoa /shon-ld;
hear his mother!"-���>���':-��� -.-xXyX-.xXy.yy
Beautiful Cast in
"The Seventh Day"
Richard Barthelmess says that if
the Chicago professor could 6ee the
young women who are in the cast
in "The Seventh Day," his picture
which will be shown at the Greenwood Theatre, on Saturday, Feb. 23
the educator would change his declaration that all the . beautiful
women are in Africa.
"I'll tell him,'7 said fehe yonng
screen.sfear, "that I. can show him
qiiite a number who would not
fear to- be put in a beauty competition with ��� the African  belles-"
Included among the beauties
Mr. Barthelmess offers as proof of
the libel in -the Chicago professor's
declaration are Miss Louise. Hufi,
Miss Annie Corn wall,.. Miss Teddie
Gerard", Miss Gladys MeClure, Miss
Louise Lee and. even- the extras
who appear in the ballroom scene,
were especially, selected for their
pulchritude'.,'* [-���':'-.''  ''������'-  .-.:;
'Ledge, ads bring, results.
$50.00 REWARD
IF I FAIL TO GROW HAIR
Oriental Hair Root Hair Grower
World's Greatest Hair Grower. Grows
hair on bald heads. It must not be put
where hair is not wanted. Cures dandruff
and all scalp troubles.   $1.75 per jar.
Agents Wanted.
PROF. M. S. CROSSE
448 Logan Ave., Winnipeg'Man.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
For Fall and Winter
Splendid Assortment of New
Samples Jost Arrived
Call and see them
-at-
T.   THOMAS
Tailor and Cleaner
Greenwood
DR. H. E. GRIFFIN
DENTIST,
Has opened an office aliove  Chas.
King's oflice.
Opeu 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
Under and by virtue, of tlie powers contained
in a certain Mortgage which will be produced
at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale
by Public Auction on Saturday the8lh day of
March A.D., 1924, at the hour of two o'clock in
the afternoon at the office of C. F. R. Pincott,
Solicitor, Bonthon Block in the City of Grand
Forks in the Province of British Columbia by
Ernest Harrison, Auctioneer, the following
property namely;���
All and Singular the Providence Mineral
Claim being Lot 018 Group One on thc Official
Plan of Survey of the Similkameen Division
of Yale District in the Province of British
Columbia.
Terms;���Cash.
For further particulars and conditions of
salcapply to CF. R. Pincott, Bonthon Block,
Grand Forks, B.C., Solicitor.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., this 12th day of
February A. D., 1924.
CHICAGO TITLE and TRUST COMPANY,
the Mortgagee of the above property
7 By C. F. R. PINCOTT,
Its Solicitor.
Timber sale X5222
7. Scaled tenders will be received by the Min
ister of Lands at Victoria, not later than
uodu 611 the 10th day*��of April, 1924, for-the
purchase of Licence X5222, to cut 5,100,000 feet
of Tamarac, Fir, Spruce and Yellow Pine, and
96,000 Ties, ou an .area situated on Cedar and
Marsh-Creeks,- six miles West of -Midway,
Similkameen Land District. " "        ' '
... Three (3) years will be allowed ��� for removal
of timber. - -...-* -.;        -   ". -  ���-...,    ,'--'���
Further particulars of the Chief Forester,
Victoria, B.-C, or .District Forester, Nelson,
B.C.' ""   ���   -*   *-:.'��� ���    -.- -' '",  -.7    '���     yZ'. '   ���    -
7 Have  ypu. paid your sub-
scriptibn to The Ledge?; 7
Tlie X^nsOUdated Mming & Smelting ti.
^7J-\\:WW;':.;W:^^
... -Office,-Smelting. and^Refiiiing Department       -"'"''-
*;.''-    W :     TFRfAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA..." ''.
Purchasers of^old, Silver, Copper, Lead arid Zinc Ores
7'���/; Producers -of' Gold,   Silver,  Copper,    Pig' Lead   and Zinc
X'["' '��� :  7 "_    ''-.:��� "TADANAC'.'-BRANtf " -" ���''"- W - -'" "
SYNOPSIS OF 7
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted by
Sritish subjects over 18 years of age,
and by aliens on declaring Intention
to become ..British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement tor agricultural
puisposes.   '"7,
Full information concerning regu-
ations regarding pre-emptions Is
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
ivhich can be obtained free of charg9
by addressing the Department of
Lands, YictoriEi, B.C., or to any Gov- ,
ernment Agent. *
Records will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which is not timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
and 8,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions are
to be addressed to the Land Com -
missioner of the Land Recording :Ui-
vision, in which the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed
'forms, copies of which can be obtained from ths Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptlona must be occupied for'
five years and Improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least five
acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed information see
tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt"
Land." '
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
.Crown lands, not being tlntberland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
: price of first-c!as3 (arable), land is ?5
per acre, and second-class (grazing)
land?2.E0 pex*'acre. Further Information regarding purchase, or leaso
fof Crown lands is given in Bulletin -
No;-10, Land Series, "Purchase . and
Lease, of Crown Lands."" ��� '
_MIIl,:-faetory,"-or-industrial sites on
-.Umber "land, not'exceeding 40 acres,
.may be purchased-or .leased, the con-'
-dltions" "including."*! payment of
..stumpage. .,- '_. ':" .'. f -'7' --  '-���������,- ,   7  .:'
;WW-HOMESITE- LEASES*    , ..'   *
7., Urisurvej'ed "area's/not exceeding-20
- acres, may .'be. leased as* homesites, ���
^conditional upon a dwelling being,'
: erected-in" the first, year,���title being.'
obtainable after residence,' and- Im-.
��� provemerit conditions ;:are fulfilled.
-and land-has-been "surveyed..;. ;
-'���-' "LEASES '],':   -[[')::-'
.^or'-grazlng aiid7:_industrial;:_pur^
.."Jiosea" areas not exceeding 640*- acrs-i
.may be leased by. one' person. or' a .
.company.; .'_-,       .  '.-     '���[    -.."";
7 GRAZING X[-, . " ; ^ * .
7'Unde'r, the Grazing Act, the Prov- -
ince'is'.divided-.into "grazing .districts
...and-.-tho, range administered under, a"
Grazing'   .   Commissioner.'      Annual '
- grazing-permits are-issued based'on
numbers ranged, priority being given.
to' established owners. Stock-owners
���may  form " associations    for * range '
- management.   Free, or partially free;
permits; are* available - for 7settlers,;
. campers _ and - travellers, * up-" to tea.
...head. '���---- "     .*-'
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