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Vol.   XXXII
The Oldest MiningXaml Newspaper In British Columbia
GREENWOOD,  B. G., THURSDAY. AUGUST.20, 1925.
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New Kitchenware
McClary's   Bonnie   Blue
For the housewife who ...delights -in beautiful kitchenware
--"��� 15 pieces.    Buy it by the set or by the piece
Also a large assortment of
McClary's Enamel, .Galvanized and Tinware
Make your selections while the stock is complete
T. M. GULLEY & CO
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PIC-NIC SPECIALS
Canned Chicken, Lunch Tongue, Devilled and
.     Potted Meats, Salmon, Sardines, Etc .
For PRESERVING SEASON
Queen Perfect Seal, Economy, Mason Jars,
Rubber Rings, Jar Caps and Bands, Etc
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ICE Delivered  Promptly
For Quality and Value Order From c Phone 46
GREENWOOD GROCERY
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AROUND HOME
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For Anything in the
Drug  or  Stationery   Line
Call or mail your orders to
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GOODEVE'S  DRUG STORE
Kodaks,   Films,   Albums.    Victrolas,   Records,   Etc.
Real Estate and Insurance
Fire.,. Accident & Sickness. Life.
Automobile, Bonds, Burglary, &c
Auctioneer
*" Houses for Rent or Sale     :
"   Call at the Office of        7
CHARLES   KING
Greenwood, B.C.        "~
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Place Orders For
Preserving
Peaches  and  Pears
Peaches are Scarce
TAYLOR.&   SON
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Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, AUG. 22nd
Commencing at 8.15   p.m.
A. Zukor-aud J. I,: I,asky present
Bebe Daniels
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"Miss Bluebeard
A frolicsome Fieuch farce
that steps on tbe laughing
gas and stirs up fun at a
simla a minute clip.
Bebe is decidedly French, flighty, frisky,
and funny iu this matrimonial whirlwind
adapted from the fasnous stage success.
.Thos. Jenkin, of Trail, spent
a few hours at his home here on
Saturday.
W. W. B. Clayton, of Seattle,
is on a few weeks'[, holiday , in
Greenwood. ;
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Service will be held in St.
Jude's Church on' Sucfday, Aug,
23rd at 7<30.
Miss Maie Smyth, of Grand
Forks, was a visitor ia town on
Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Priscilla Mathesou arrived,
froih Penticton on Friday to visit
Miss Nellie Hamarstadt.
Born���To Rev. and Mrs. F.
E. Runnalls, in Grand Forks,.a
daughter, on August5 17th.
Harry Royce returned to Hedley
on Sunday morning after a few
days visit .with his mother.
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Herbert 'Hartley has returned
from a combined, business and
pleasure trip to Vancouver.
Ed. Pope is setting a good example to all property owners by
bavit-g his residence painted,
D. Suetsinger, of Vancouver,"
a former school teacher at Dead-
wood, is in town on business.
Miss L. Bawtinheimer left this
moruing~*on a two weeks holiday
in Armstrong aud at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Taylor
returned on Tuesday morning
from a three days stay  in Trail.
Mrs. Harry G. Wilson left for
Spokane, Wash., on Tuesday
after a few days visit in Greenwood.
Miss Ruth Axam returned on
Saturday from an enjoyable holiday in Victoria and points up the
Island.
Greenwood did not get much
of the rainfall that was general
through the country during the
week-end,
The many friends of Tommy
Walmsley will be pleased to learn
that be is making rapid progress
towards recovery from his serious
illness.
S. B. Lawrence, of Grand
Forks, will be in Greenwood on
August 31st, to buy-household
furniture. Read adv. in another
column.
WR. Blundell has returned to
Anyox, after a/number of weeks
visit to/his wife, who ��s steadily
recovering from.her recent'serious
accident.
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Constable W. B, Stewart, of
Midway, is taking a well earned
holiday, camping .with Mrs.
Stewart and family on the Main
Kettle River.
Mrs. G.J. Wright, of Nelson,
arrived in town on Saturday from
attending the'Regatta in Kelowna and is the guest of Mrs,
Lester MacKenzie.
No.  4
.Kettle Valley Notes
R. Roylance returned to the
coast on Tuesday   mornings -train.
J.- Haynes arrived on Tuesday
from Beaverdell to spend * a few
days at his home at Nicholson
Creek.   -
Harold Martin, of Trail, was
operated upon on Tuesday for appendicitis "and is progressing
favourably.
A meeting of the "Farmers Institute will be held on Aug. 22nd
at 2:30 p.m. in Riverside Hall,- to
consider the Fall Fair, .'��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin left
on Tuesday morning for a.motor
trip to Trail and Kimberley. Mrs.
Shillcock travelled with them to
Trail to 6ee her daughter, Mrs.
Harold-Martin.
Beaverdell Notes
ADULTS 50c
CHILDREN 25c
Harry Brown,"of. Abbotsford,
is in town on business and is the
guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Walter Clark.
Miss Silvia Price -and Bertram
Price- returned on Friday from
Penticton where they have been
spending/a holiday at the home
of Chief and Mrs.- }.   A.   Fraser.
Dave McCurrach and son,
David, arrived from Portland,
pre, on Saturday, for a -"visit
with Mr. McCurrach's brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. McCurrach.
Frederic Keffer, M. E , managing director of the Jack Paul
Mining Co., accompanied by a
friend from California and Miss
Keffer" are visiting - the Riverside
mine near Rock Creek.
Rev. J. T. Ferguson, D. D..
superintendent of Home Missions
for the United Church of Canada
(Presbyterian) visited Midway
and Greenwood today and will be
in Grand B^orks on Friday.
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1     INDEPENDENT  MEAT MARKET     !
D. R. McELMON
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We carry  ouly the  best  stock* procurable in
Beef,  Veal, Pork,   Ham,  Bacon, Lard, Etc, |
A trial wiil convince you 7 m
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Tiie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.. I
of Canada, Limited
- Office, Smelting and Refining.Dcpartment
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers   o<    Gold.    Silver,   Copper,    Pig   Lead   aud Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
-Watch and Optical
��� Repairing:
Waith&m Watcfies
- For Sale
Good Line of Spectacles
The United Church of Canada
Minister iu charge
Rev. W. R. Walkinshaw. B. A.
Greemvood
.-  Sunday, August 23 rd."
���Midway 11 a.m.
Greenwood 7.30 p.m.'
Widening TKe Field
Doubtless at- the present*'time you
use the telephone for the purpose of
having social conversations with frieads
in your corHinudity. With the same ease
you can add to your telephone calling
list those friends who reside many miles
away, for the long-distance telephone is
well suited to friendly talk-trips.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Apples For Sale
(Picked) 50c, falls 25c. iu your
own boxes. T. A. Oi_AnK,
Midway.
For Sale or Rent
Christensen Kancb, Loi; 20S'3,
Group 1,- Sirailkametm Division,
near Boundary Fall?, containing
320 acres; , Apply L. Portmaun,
Greenwood, or Pomnann Bros,,
Kettle Valley. '
H. B. Penny, Dominion Electrical Inspector, is in town today
examining* aad testing* light and
power meters.
The Eholt fire is controlled to
the south-east corner and th'e
fire-fighterscatup has been moved
to Long Lake7
Miss Mary Kerr arrived from
Bridesville on Wednesday where
she has-been the guest of Miss
Vera Kempston.
Mrs. W. J. Hibbert returned to
Coleman  this  afternoon  after__a_
two~~w~eeks-'visit  with'  Mr.   and
Mrs. Jack Keady.
The Misses Dorothyand Marie
Kidd and Robert Kidd, of Grand-
Porks, are spending; a few days
at the Keir home.   '
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Spence
and family returned on Thursday
evening* last .from an^enjoyable
motor trip to Nelson.
H. A. Nicholson, district man- J
-ager of the B. C. Telephone Co.,
with ' headquarters    in   Nelson,
was in town on Friday.
Jack Ketsyou. motored over
from Grand Forks on Tuesday
fora few hours visit with his
mother, Mrs. R. Kenyou.'   '
Mrs. Andrew Sater and Mrs.
Martin Anderson returned on
Sunday from a few days visit
with friends in Peuticton.
Miss D. *C. -Caldwell, of Kelowna, arrived in town on Saturday and is the guest of .her
sister, Mrs. G. B. Taylor.
His Honour J." R. Brown, of
Grand Forks, is presiding* at a
bitting* of .the County" Court at
the local Court House today.
Ed. Richter, of Rock Creek,
was in town on business on Monday. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Richter and son, Frank.
Miss Annie Sharpies, of York-
ton, Sask., is the guest of Mr
and Mrs. E' F. Keir. Having
.also been visiting at Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle, '.Miss
tsharples is returning to .Sask.
on Friday well pleased with the
mounlaiuscenery.
A Bee has been organized by
members of the Catholic Church
and a number of men have com-
menced the erection of a stone
wall, 150 feet long, in front and
to thc north side of the church.
When completed this "will grea'ly
improve the grounds the banks
of which' had commenced to cave
in.
While visiting in this part of
the .country. Miss Sharoles accompanied, by Miss Olive-Haw
of Grand Forks, Nellie and Lewis
Keir spent a few hours sight seeing in the Doukhobour colony at
Grand Forks.' Some very un
expected sights came to view in
the matter of farming on a
system. At the colony they have
conveniences to care, for most
every need and-, are very willing
to show visitors through their
complete ranch. Cleanliness
seems ' to be* their uppermost
thought and the skill of the.
people in mechanical ways as
well as the way the women do
fancy thread work is truly worth
seeiug.
Duncan Mcintosh returned --bo
town on Saturday from a week's
visit afe his home in Vancouver.
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Miss C. . Hallstrom, of Green-'
wood,, was the guest of Mrs.; A. J.
Morrison for a few dayg last week.
Mr. Morley, who is interested in
the. Beaverdell Mines^'Ltd,, was a
visitor from  Penticton this  week.,
Mrs. Bjorkman, who has been
employed at tbe Beaverdell Hotel,
left for ber home in Rock Creek
last week.
T. R. Hanson is getting a good
start on/his new restaurant and
should be ready to serve meals io a
week or eo. -\
Fires  iu'the   district are   now,
well under control, the showers of ,
the  past few days having  helped
considerably. : ?X. ���
T. A. Lovp, of the Grand Forks
Gazette, was in town for a,aho.rt
time on Tuesday mornftig, before
going up fehe mountain ho inspect
the mines. ���^__
Eoy Clothier it sporting a 1925
Chevrolet, while "Myrtle," the old
1912 Overland,   has  been  pat on
ihe "Oregon Short Line,' operating
between the Bell and  the  Beaver.
Ore is ''moving Bteadily1 as in
addition to tbe regular shipments
of the Bell and Sally Mines, a car
load is being shipped from tlie
Beaver this week and the Dollar
Mining' Co. are building a new
road to enable them to haul some
of the good ore which they have
just struck on their claim.
Lost���A pair of spectacles,
Finder kindlyXieaveat The Led��*e
office. a
Mrs. J. P. C. Wright and two
children, accompanied by Mrs.
Wiight's mother, Mrs. R. Ken-
yon, motored in from Vancouver
arriving Friday sight. Thev
have taken up residence ia the
Gulley house formerly occupied
by Lester MacKenzie.
Mr." and Mrs. Edmund Blundell,
of Anyox, are spending tbeir
honfeymoon in town, having'-beeu
married in Vancouver a few days
ago. They are the guests ot Mr. ���
Blundell's mother, Mrs. R. Blun- [
dell.
Mrs. F. O. Peterson and son,
Maurice, and Leonard Sortome,
have returned from a pleasant
two weeks holiday in Rossland,
being the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mohline, who motored
them oyer on Sunday.
, Mrs. E. Tillslcy and daughter,
Abbie, of Los  Angeles,   were renewing   acquaintances   in   town
this week being  on a motor tour
with"two relatives from Boston.
Mrs.   Tillsley  lived  here  in the
early  days  and  ever  since then
has owned  property here.    Miss
Tillsley  is a native daughter  of
Greenwood and since  residing in
the  South  has  become -quite   a
famous dancer, although  of. late
has beeu unable to dance"through
an accident.    While taking   part
in the  filming of "The  Law  of
the Lawless", a Dorothy,  Daltos
feature that  was shown  at  the
local   theatre  not   long    ago,   a
horse  stepped  on her   left   foot
severly  injuring it, and, shortly
afterwards  while  going   around
on  crutches she   had    the   mis
fortune  to fall  down a'few steps
fracturing     her     right     ankle.
These injuries have  kept her off
the stage, but she expects  to resume  dancing  after  locating  in
New   Hampshire,  to which place
she  and   her mother   and party
left for on Wednesday afternoon.
After    completing   their   motor
trip they will have travelled 5,000
miles.    At some future, date they
intend  to return and  put on  a
show.
��� Mining Notes
> Abont,"seven carloads of ore have
already been shipped from the
Providence dump to the Trail
smelter.
, & R. Garris, manager of Eholt
Mining Co., was in town the. first of
the week from Spokane and during
his visit stated that the Combination mine, fehe company's property
liere, will resume*" operations in
three weeks time. -This is good
news for the citizens of Greenwood.
A. J.' Morrison, "of Boaverdell,'
was  in  town  for a few  days  this
week    accompanied    by    Messrs.
Bradbury arid  Bremner,   who are
interested  in ' tho ..Homestake   at
Beaverdell,. where   six    men   are
employed.    Mr.   Morrison   has   a
leaee on tho Wellington  and   ho
nnd his  parbnerp Geo.   Boag, are
driving a drUt to tap the lead at
depth.   They have 50 feet, to go
before the ore--shonid be encountered.
Miss  Lillie  Pickthall has  received   a   congratulatory    letter
from the Principal of the Toronto
Conservatory   of 'Music ' on   her
success ia  the' recent  vecal  examinations.    Miss-Pickthall  aad
Miss Dorothy Chhholna. -of Toronto, tied with the highest number of  marks   awarded   in   the
Dominion a't both midwinter, and
midsttmme'r    examin ations    and
each   will   be  presented   with  a
silver  medal  by  the directors of
the conservatory.
The Grand Forks Sun says: -
"H. W. Gregorr, of this city,
has been appointed general 'road
foreman of the Greenwood dis-*
trict, succeeding Jas. Kerr. _ Mr.
Gregory has taken ��over the
duties of his new position. - He
has had considerable experience
in road building", and will undoubtedly ' fill, the office satisfactorily." TBE   LEDGE,   GEELKWOGI),   B.  G
"Tliere Is No Argument Against Safety '
One ol" tho bu.sio.st sections of iho world today. If, Indeed, not the busiest,
are these ri'��u*i'* provinces of Canada. From early morning until late at
uiglU. men and voi.icii, too, noi by tens of thousands alone but hundreds of
thousands, will he a.^.iyed In harvesting tiie great grain crops of the West,
Tens of thousands ol helpers from Kasiern Canada and the Pacific coast are
here to help Jn the huge ia..k. Thousands of horses ami millions of dollar's
���wort!- of in".chli.H'i*y are bt litjej employed. it ls a limo of hard worlc, bul It la
also a Ilnni of satisfaction us the results of a year's toil are garnered.
'J'he very inaguiiude of the task, and the large numbers of people engaged, cull for the taking of precautious against accidents. "Safety First" should
be (he iiiollo of all. Ai< a writer in the American Red Cross Courier says,
tliere Is no argument against safety. No one ever heard of safety filling hospitals or graves, or destroying property, or resulting in loss of any kind. It
i.s the failure to exercise due cauliu*. that causes these di.-aslers.
Not it year passes bul. _.lu*>: annual Western harvest lakes ils toll of life,
cf others crippled and miiimed for life, of property destroyed. The practice
of ''Safety First" will prevent most ol these calamities.
.Millions of acres of ripened grains and grasses present untold possibilities of loss if every care is not exorcised to prevent fires from starting. Once
���started there ls no telling to wh:<t awful dimensions they may spread, resulting in loss not only of crops but o." homes and other possessions and possibly
life itself. It may require a little extra time and labor to take proper precautions?, but it i.s the cheapest possible form of insurance.-
l.itidois, mowers, threshing machine outilts are powerful agents not only
for harvest operations, bul for cutting off arms and legs if care is not exercised to keep out of the way of such moving machinery. Wherever possible
cogwheels, moving belts, knives ami gears should be protected, not that they
need protection, but because lhe workers need to, be protected front thorn. It
should be borne in mind by ihe employing farmer that many of his harvest
help may have had no previous experience about, or in i.he handling of machinery. -
The..straight-thinking man respects sii'feiy; he knows its real value. Down
through the ages this has been revealed over and over again. It is ihe fool
who rushes in.-where angels* fear tc tread, who forges ahead regardless of
consequences to himself or his fellowmen. Speed Is all right in its place,
but its place'is not iu attempting a level crossing in front of au approaching'
express train.     Nor is ii in -saving the time necessary to plough a fireguard.
The .('twiner wlio at groat labor and expense ploughed his'Acids, sowed
seeds, has seen his crop pass safely through all the vicissitudes of weather,
insured it against hail, and provided the machinery and help.[o harvest it, wiil
not now in the final rush of*harvest operations, it" lie is wise, neglect auy precaution that can be taken to protect Hi, or the men harvesting it, from disaster.
Tiiii it is not ihe fanner, alone who, shonid* give heed to the fact'that/there
is no argument a p_ inst': safely. ��� Several thousand elevator's are.^jnainied and
ready lo lake in llie grain. ��� .. They will; be .worked' 'at higitp'rossiire,-ami under such conditions there-Is always the danger,01'-a lessening'of vigilance. _ 11
is be! ler to be safe (hair sorry. ��� * *.. ��� '-'..'-W- 'W ["��� "" . ~:X- -. [; "*'"*���' }:.''; Xy *
Wnd,as the grain.is market ori tho* busy/timo.. 'for:* the railways. ;uul-- their,
armies'of employees is reached. . -Weeks'have been spent in putting roadbed,
- motive power,*- rolling /slock'into. firsk-elass'ahapoMo nieet-tiie strain';.' . The
number of-;trains moving day. atni-.i.iigiu ..wiil" be' largely increased.;   Kailway,
* managements'"- fully 'recognize liny import a nca-.-of nlwjiys' appiyinig Safety First
' principles",,' So do'.iraihmt..iY." -'.liul,'iti ho time Is.ii;.hior...importnt'it. that-such
principle;:-be .rightly a��!>ot;<> to an:!, enforced "through the voluntary eo-dpehi-
tiohof-cacli individual"ihan when ail are w,6rkiiig;at high pressure'ami.-carry-
-.ing apeak loiui]* ,." .*  -'""*      "-  ���      '".   .'-.-..'    ' "'���'-'..     7 '-''-���' ." "- ...
* .   '���Ait"old'. Chinese ..proverb says:., ''To-save 0:10. man's life is. bettei* UuinHo.
build a/se.veix-sioiietVpa'gofla..''   .,""     -     -,-"'-"���"   '   .   ',"  ';-.     - ' _-
.^Remarkable Fhe ���'Extinguisher;: .!  -   Trans-Atlantic Air Service
Cannot Ask Fancy Prices
Court
For
in   Potsdam   Fined   Guide
Overcharging Tourist
Six dollars is too much for any
guide to charge for taking tourists
through Sans Soucl Castle and other
sights of Potsdam, in the opinion ot
the court of appeals. Guides for tourists are not a luxury, as held by the
lower court whose decision was reversed, but a daily ^necessity, and
therefore cannot command fancy
prices.
Tho case arose otit of a difference
some mouths ago between a party of
Englishmen and a Potsdam guide
named Max, Schulz. The guide had
charged 25 marks for taklug thc party
around, whereupon tho Englishmen
appealed to the courts. The lower,
court believed that anybody who can
afford a guide is rich enough to pay
whatever the guide may charge. The
state's alio*, ney held, however, that
Germany, and especially Potsdam,
have ever,' reason to encourage the
travelling public, and that' overcharges liko these wero calculated to
make people shun Potsdam, thereby
ruining its tourist'business. r
Tho higher court agreed with the
state's attorney, reversed the decision
and assessed a fine of 20 marks.
Painful Sprains, Bruises,
Restored By Nerviline
There is soothing ""power In Nerviline
that has mado it famous for nearly
fifty years past. It sinks in deeply, it
penetrates quickly", it takes away the
pain from a sprain,and brings grateful "relief to bruised, aching muscles.
If your -joints are stiff and you aro suffering from Rheumatism or Lumbago;
if Neuralgia bothers you., now ajjcl.
again, use trusty old "Nerviline." It
works wonders, whether the pain is
internal or external. Get a large, 35-
cont bottle from your dealer today.
With His Hands Tied
That a yo.ing fellow can swim across
Toronto Bay���two miles more or loss
���with both hands and feet tied together, is a stunt that may safely be
left to that kind of fellow, or bo tried
with reliable rescue escort, but it-
shows.that it-can be done, and that no
one . neecl-' drown simply because Im
finds- himself, In'deep water with hia
clothes, oh.���Owen :Sound Sun-Times.
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Commemorate Death
Of Martyred Nurse
Edith Cavell Service Held at Jasper
National Park
At the foot of the Great Ghost Glacier, which, with outspread wings,
clings to the side of Mount" Edith Cavell, In Jasper National Park, the first
memorial service commemorating tho.
death of tho heroic British nurse was
held Aug, 9. The "date was just ten
years al'tor the event whicli sent a
thrill of horror through the whole of
the civilized world.
Rev. James Edwards, chaplain of
Jasper National Park, conducted the
service, which was attended by more
than 200 residents of the village and
guests at Jasper Park Lodge, who
had travelled the 20 miles of mountain rond to mourn tho spirit of the
martyred nurse. A small altar covered by the Union Jack was placed
on a flower stand of green weeds
which lie at tha^ foot of the glacier,
and there, facing the mountain Which
perpetuates her name, tho worship-;
pei-s knelt during the short service,
wliich was ended by the siinging of
"Abide With Me," tlio hymn .which
Nurse Cavell sang with her chaplain
just, before she walked forth to her
execution.
Miller's Worm Powders, being.In demand everywhere, can be got at any
chemist's or drug shop, at very small
cost. They are a reliable remedy foi
worni troubles and can be fully relied
upon to expel worms from the system
and abate the sufferings that worms
cause. There are many mothers that
rejoice that they found available so
effective 11 remedy for the relief-of
their children.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
__   - ANGUST 23
THE  MACEDONIAN  CALL
Golden Text: Como over into;Macedonia, and help us.     Acts 16.9.
Lesson: Acts 16.6-15.
Devotional Reading: Isaiah'6.1-8.
The Text Explained and Illumined
Frustrated purposes, verses 6;8.���
Paul and Silas and Timothy went
through the region of Phrygia and
Galatia, thus carrying out their..intention of. visiting the churches whicli
Paul had' founded on his first missionary journey. They planned to go on
into the province of Asia on 4he
/Egeah Sea. It seemed a most
promising field. Here were Ephesus
and Smyrna and Laodicea and other
teeming cities���great centres of idolatrous worship. Surely they had
planned wisely in seeking to win
these groat centres for Christ. But
their plan was frustrated. Without
noto or comment Luke adds these arresting words: "T-hey are forbidden
by the- Holy Spirit." ."Wherefore
they were, forbidden he does not say,"
Chrj'satom observes, "but that they
were forbidden he does say���teaching us to ob-3y and not ask questions."
By a vision or by an inward impression, they wore convinced that this
was not God's purpose for them.
"What to others are disappointments, are 10 believers intimations ot
the way and will of God" (John-Newton). ���:
BLEMISHES OF THE SKIN
"���_ '" ���," -". . ,.'- "Plan '' 'X ��� ��� y. ;���
' "Plans" for ;ii trans-Atlantie aeroplane
s.ervice,.. using , double" 'docker . pla'tieS
wiih* accommodation  for/laO ...pass-eii:
"TXn.K3 - Loaded " WitH"".Carbon-Dioxide ^London, to . New -York in  38  Hours
" Gas Literally Freeze . Flames'".
-, -', Fire extinguishers that will .literally
- freeze-a fire -lo'.deail'!, while-covering j
".the. burning """area with a dense gas, j
Which.lW.ali an'-.and,oxygen dn7whi"cli f-B^yiud 'capable-'of--.making (he run
7the ilames.mi��i?ti-tiH-(l,--Have.beon d^}ri:oril^o��d^>.to-^?vv_^rk'��;35 hours".
=-"vised for fighting': swYtchboa'hU'"Tires',- have-beeiWnt.mmeed* by. Joseph ;Na-
���: and Wlso-"f.,r'-7oii- tankers .aml'-brnoi*-j;vaVro/'.yeteran- liritish-- alreraf^design-
���ships- -svhero."firer7 iiP'tho cargo .hold, j W- ���- -According  to" tlie. designer,; the
-present a .[sorious "problem./. The" ei-'t parses, will/aave,a wing' spread of 185*
"tinguisliers, which" are ' merely   tanks
��� loaded -with    the carbon-dioxide' gas
{such as is" used al soda, fountain's-to
! carbouaie' * the , water)  eliminate., tiie
' water damage which forms on.e-.of. the
-���greatest losses [la ordinary lire, fight-:
ins:.    *    ." ���       '-"��� '.   V "*      , .' ���
Are Proof the Blood, is in a Weals'
/.and Watery Condition
; One 'of.-' -.lie surest-signs that .the'
blood is. out, of order, are tlie pimples
and u'nsight ly. erupt ions I hat- break out
"on the face.or-body.---'-.Tlio same cori-
Travelled Twenty-eight Miles
Through
Keel,: /They- will' bn. .equipped, with'
! nine450 horsepower engines each/and
; will,.provide spacious accommodation
I for passengers. - * .��� *    ' "-     - .',      '   .���
!   "Thc-fare..for'a "single, trip will, be
[about 55 '-pounds' sterling; per .ptisson-
I,ger7 '--.''���-       ":    ...   . : - ���/ '���' ���_:
Appreciate" Programmes Near- Home-
��� Radio fans over tho country._tt.re los~
Sni;'something of-their original sest .for
long distance-and are coming to ap-.
predate more:-fully-, ilie .excellent pro-'-
"grammes'of their own .nearby-broad,-.
ca_jting stations.-.. It ii in" this dlrec'-.
.'-���.ion ihat radio'progresses to.be.made..
. '��� The: leaning*-tower or."Pisa i*'now
' illuminated- with. electric\Ughts7 7
"-.'/Home Grass Grows Greener .'-_
:'A. marked decline, in -migration from
Canada'to the United Slates, is-report-
'ed. . -Tlie-tjreen. fields ��� at'-ii" distance
frequently, assume a- blue tint when
reached���Vancouver-Prbymce." " ."''  "
Mouse Had Long Run
Peculiar Accident
' A very strange accident "befell a
mouse in a New England household.
A boy hung his bicycle from the ceiling pr the e-fllai*, not,'far from a swinging 'shelf on whlelV.food v/as kept. -." A
mouse-.jumped from'-the .wall to. the
diiion is' ih.tlicat.crt- by'*, an' atihelc -of! tire of tiie front wheel-, evidently hop-
eczema of scrofula, r-^ou .'cannot- get | inf? thereby-to-reach.the. shelf:
-rid ol those, -troubles by/- the -use., of 7 .... - , , ������ ,* -��� ; ,-"- -������-���, ��� -���- -
purgai i ve .medicines.' as sol iiiany people-! l ho %v'hocl :?<s.rt��d. and tne - mouse
'try' to do'.- ..- Purgatives merely"gallop ! naturally ran toward the" highest .part
through' the" "system aud-leave, it still-i of if. It Was able fo:sla.v on the top
���weaker, What is needed. ^lieii-the..lort3l!, u.^but could :-taof:get- enough
.blood is shown, to be out of order is . -",. ���������,--���,,:,- ���'-.'��� '--,-���-., -* ,,"
a-.uynic-whi.'h will restore its missing ;-01a, !ooUlPli1-.10 3u.mP -lo - .tho wall,
e.lenieiits and lea/ethevblood richaiid i-Wlfen ."foinid.. (ho "next- morning,,il.was
red.  .'- For  ihis...pur.pose/.lhore/is; no very much exhausted,'"though still ruh--'
'���?rJ,r��mnlc;' ca? '7ail-' ?1%;yV1U1!!l",s'i 'iing... Tlie oyclomcter showed thal.it
:Fifik Pills;-c\ ory. dost* ol which helps :,     -:,    *   .,   ;     ;.   .   .,  -. -7.    ���     ; ."-  '
enrich'  the .'blood, drives- out imputf-* '"^-^nayyllcd more, than .twenlyoight-
tl"e.��,.;u'id 'brings si li'eW feeling .of hea.Uh;. miles,
and energy.     Urn. It. E..'1-jishbp.l TIawL".'    ".'...
tlio.rn'e.Ave'.," Hamilton, Oiit.'." tells- ibr j " -���'-..,      , ,  ,,    ,, .,
the" bcneflVof- others- what- these pills i :v.Svve'c!T,:u,1"1 ;!>^��fble, Mother-Graves.
.dl.il' for' her.-.. She says:^-"t- whs suf-! .^ orn,..fcxl*rmina��or .jh/acceptable to
feririg" fermiy;from"sc!*ofti\a7'. fdoe-"] oWWren" and, it-does. Its. work surely*
tored- wi'tlryerenij/docCors./biit with-1 !in.d .P''"��fi>t,.-y-. - ..7.   -/��� ,/,_  '-������-/-."���" /
out success.'   - My. complexion was:sal-"!-.'. ���"-    .-"'-������"    -      ��� , , -.    ,; '*..."- "   -/"
low, I had no Rlrehg!h;-"foe!ing,'-very,i" "       ,.'   '  - Knew" hi is ..Wife   .'!   '..."'
weak and languid. -"My li.eck-wiis full/ . Jones' :w;'ts a chemist, aiid wheii Ills
of lumps-called.-scrortil.a, and at times'! Avife fan"aw'n.v -with - another -man he
they were very painfui. * , After try-1.       vV __     ��'_r*".   : -'S'*'"-;i
ing several so-called biood mediclm.j*. 'Jnswtod:.tl^..ipHo\vinS - advert isemeut
T)r: AVilllams' Pink Pills were re.com-. j-in-the local, paper:   .- 7   ./   .7,    77'
nieiid'ed .to. me and X got- half a--dozen!' '"This Islto'noUfv'thl} party who-so.
.boxes*  Aft,-; taking tjiem'.l .found a ; khVdiy-1 relieved me'of. my wife'that I
decided  Improvement  in  my  appearance, and to* my'.joy the lumps, were
-disappearing, from' niy." iieck-_   ' I-.per-
serered in. the. treat in en t. and .'finaily
the only sign left-of the trouble.was" a
scar ��� on- "niy   heck-where-one.of the
[swellings  broke.-   --Since* that-lime, f
��� have been iniobust lieaH'li and lieari-
;iiy" ,recom','ii'2ii(l ;. Dr. ."\\'t 11 lams' -Pink
Pi lis'-: to/any s-u ft ering from' impure*
blood."- .'"* ���-' ���--'-
Poland Evicting Germans
Great Misery and Distress Prevails In
Refugee Camp
Heartrending-scenes are being witnessed in the great camp established
to receive the thousands of Germans
Poland lis.s ordered to cross her borders back into.their homeland, because-
in the Upper Sileshvu plebiscite- of
1920 they favored retention of the territory by Germany.       -������-"
Great misery prevails among its
repatriated Germans, men, women
and children, most of whom aro in dire
distress'and impoverished by reason
of the fact that all their possessions
have vanished. , --.-'
.Added to their miser\; is the. fact
that the refugees' camp is, already
overcrowded. A second camp must
be erected fomewhere else if Poland
should male, good her threat of forcible, eviction.
if will be^ almost impossible to. provide homes for the repatriated as
there already, is"' a dearth of dwelling- buildings throughout the country. ..    -   - - ~r
���\T OUR china will
"*��� be more brilliant
��� more thoroughly
cleansed ��� if Sally
Ann is used. It
never scratches;
leaves hands soft
and white.   --..'
WESTERN   CLEANSERS   LIMIT!
CLEAN S E R
Does Not Want Title
Postman    In    London,   Ont.,   Prefera
Work to Riches
Postman or"titled English-gentleman? Charles Parkin,.a letter carrier, is the one" and can be the other
for little more than the asking.
Thiough the death of his uncle, the
late Sir John Forse, owner of a large
estate in Devonshire, Parkin becomes
heir to thc mundane ��� possessions - of
that member of thevBritish landed
aristocracy.
But this London, postie prefers his
humble posliion to the land and affluence the Devonshire estate would
bring, ancl at the present he is not
contemplating the taking of legal action to prove his right to riches.
King George Opens
New Power Station
Largest In World Will Cost Close To
7 ; .$45,000,000
".The piercing hoot of a giant Klaxon
horn'and . tiie whirr of powerful machinery :-folIow.ed/'the." pressing of a
button by the luug when he" went'to
.open - the -first section of- (he new
Barking elec'ric power-station..!
'...Tims,.in Jie King's Own words, was
"a -remarkable, "development.", in' the
supply .o*T "electricity, to London and
.tlie. surrounding counties,", brought "to
. fruition/' The -section- -which he: opened'-contains-'plant, of: 125,000. ���horse-'
power, and when the station,is cohi-
ple.te_/il'.!will'_house_ai"/plant. 6f_75Q.QQ0=
horsepower, making it tlie-largest and
best, otiulpped'generating station in the
���world..' [ 'Xy.y- 'W-W ' - "-��� 'X-.-':������-'��� ���-������
' "Sir" Harry-' Benwick;. chairman' ot
the company, In.iiis address./to7 the
King; .said, the ultimate-.cost of the.
new'station would: bo between - $-10;-
'000,000 and"$45,OO0;660.-!..-.'      '   Xy 7 ���'���
.can -supply-"hifft with""liniments, band-
ages./ariiic.t, healing salves, absorbent
cotton,' iodine,'. sleeping powders-ami
crutches at rdek bottom prices/' ..-"*������',
There are.eight times as" many mu
ders
iand/     :.".'..-   .   '    7-v'.- ���'    -';���'-''
s-^-- ---7;_j���___-_j__-_,_._j_L_7__; ^ussift
r-.X  .Grow. Tomatoes
Esporimepts'' coiiducfed.
by"'': the
French-Government have, shown that
Vou 'cannot lliesc.plll�� through.aiiyj pure' sulplur.-.has-au extremely large
"���"*"���  for such plants as
"and parsnips. *
.l.here are.eignt times as mnnymur- nUvjicine/deaV>r.or bvmall.at.50 ciWjYaiuo 0B"""ferUH*r f'
!?rs-ln the Fniteii States according, toi a box from'The Dr. Williiinss' Medicine I ("ftj-oe'3 ��� t^iiat'oos "a
ie. population'as  there are, in Eng-' Co.," BrockylSle, Ont. / - - -' .   .      --'-'���'      - - -:' W  *
Reduced by Asthma., The constant
strain of asthma"-brings.-ttio patient to
:'a dreadful state of -hppelessvexliaus-'
!tiori. ��� Early- use- sliouid; by all -means
be niade of the famous .Div J. D. Kel-.
logg'rt... Asthma' Hemedy,-.which more
than "any other acts quickly "and surely on; -tlio. aii'.. passages and-brings
bleTtseiihelp. and'comfort.'*". -No'.hohie
.whore asthuia l.< present in.the- least
degnie Kliou.Hl be. without this .great
remedy.-:--."-"'  ��� - " ������    ---���'*  ...    ;������ X
fcep yaurSkoes Neat,
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SkoeDressing
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Proven best
Since 1857
'Makes happy,
healihy babies,
~        FREE BABY BOOKS   ~"
Writa to Tho Borden Co,
Limited,  Montreal,   tor-
two Baby WcUA.re Books.
rrr~nrr~
Proye'dyjsaft by millions and prescribed by physicians for
.,.Coldsx.;_,. .//Lumbago ...XX,
v ;Ni2 ur liii'yi. 7/RKeumatisiTi?:' j
Headache 7/ iNeutalgj^
Pain     '    . Tootha
Agc'gpt;/'6nlv ,:7"Bayer"��� package . "_.j
Indian Rice7Not Dying Out
Forty-three...Thousand  Live on  Th��ir
W       '���--'   iOwn. Farms- - ;. 7 ". ���./.-. .,'.
":'.:Jjovers of the-Indian���and'the number of.theni increases as7ve"study him"
dispassidnat.'lyr'aiid-review ihe history
of our dealings-with him^win be glad
to know that he'is not vanishing but
gaining.-".  T'Jelful-Ufoloods are holding
th.eir "own," and tlioao .of mixed blood
are increitjji,ig':ist the rate of* a thous-
jand-   a-' year.   " .Forty-thr'efe'th'ousantl-j'
{.live oh..,their "own farmsV.arid .western ;-
banks  ��� hold   -S3r,,OOO.C'bo-: of  . indiani.
-inoijey.   *   Of  eighty" thousand  Indian j
children of-school ag-?, sixty-five tliou-���-
sand are in school��� a. larger :i*rqpor-/.i./;
lion,' tliari'-amongj^Uiie-'chijdrcii:-^ .S.o;\:
tlie outlook?for the,.boy'Svho'goes .west" ;'-.���
/toVexterniinate' the redskins, is most j-
u'npromisiiig.���-Youth's Companion. .'". j-
TEETH ING BABIES
7   Thousands of Them
DIE EVERY SURflMER
.-.   The. hot-.-weather is v'erv Hard; on
' babies starting to cut iltair teetli..' .
. On th<> flrst -sign of any looseness of:'
tlio  Jwweli  the 'mother should-givo;
a few doses of        '- ���-,���"..    -  ;���" ���
ulticlixontains "proven directions.
Handy- "Bayi.T";.boxes -of  12'tablets
Alao bottles of 24. and lOO-T-Drnggi.T.ts.-
Axfirin fs lh^ trade' msri- ilrfSiitrTfi !__ Ctta4*'<'���*>''��� TiiTf ?.Jaoaf��ctnr�� of 3Io_)OB��!t!c-
*cJ(!estM- of Ssiicjlieseid (Acetyl Salicrlic Add. \'A. 3. A..">. ���' KTiile it is wfell ksowa
tiat Aiplrln id'-an-t Barer raanofaclnrp. to assist tisc pablit osaiost im!tat!oo��. the Tatl**
��t Bsjer tV��a_paa_f ��rtil be st��aoed  ��rJ(A   xinAr pa&nl trsAs marii, ��ss "Buytt Cpm9.w
"���.'���While the .automobile'has succeed-,
ed in dlspla' ing "the- horse, the niglii- ;
mare siill d-arr'es on. -��� ;��� '���'"���'���]
.'    Thii will quicklv offset thc diarrhea,
TOmiting' and  purging-,   aud,   perhaps
save .'tlie baby's life. -
Put np only by Tho T, Milbura Co.,
' Liimicd, Toronto, Q&t.
Miiiard's    Liniment
yPsfnm   ix
tor    Aches   -and;
".Universities In Canada   /
. The as'sets.-or.Canadlnu-universities
in 1924''. amounted, to ?80.S64,G27,. tho
Imowc to.$10,5il,871 and the expendi.-'
ture. to $13,716,921.. .These figuroa are
given".In a preliminary-report,on-hteli-
er education in "Canada .issued by.'thfe
pominion-bureau of..statistics. Tlie
registration at the' 23' unlyersities in'
Canada, for_lhe acadeniic ^/ear: ending'P
,Tune.-?.0, '1924, 'yiis-3D.S72,'' about' the.
.same, as-in-192:!. ��� Of:,- this -number,
about one-third -were-females;(   " - . ���'
WOOL
Made Intt) yarn 35c lb., or B_itU 25c Ib.
Wrile for circular fjuoUnp eiir prices
for underwear, sweaters, Mnnkcla.
mackinaw coats and pants, etc.
tUOBUSV WOOLLEN. MILLS, UMiTED
Sudbury, Ont.
[   There may be other cqrn removers,
but!you wili "hot. W'completely satis-.
Oed until  you have, used  liolloway's!
CoitxUumover.XX-- ;,.7^'.--.--'""r.c-.' ,
'-'. Newed;���"My; dear, I - think . you
should have-used a little soda in this
cake."      -
His' Bride.���-'"! will next .time.. What
flavor do you like, raspberry or pineapple?" '.'     : ....      *
PLANTS
Caron
rthers
INC.
102 3i-d Av��,, S.
SASKATOON,
Saefcatehawati
W.   N.   U.    1590,
The U. 3; Government, has sent'
dentists to Alaska to care for the.
teetli oT Eskimos ami Indians..
-�����      --.  .        .....
far ' Corns
Minard's- -Liniment
- Warts -
ami-i
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Wireless System
For Trains
��       	
Can Be Operated Entirely Without
Crew Is Clainr
"JMunless" passenger train, run and
controlled enlirely by wireless, is an-
. nounccd by Mr. G. Y. Allen, of i.he
American "VVo.-linghouso Electric and
Manufacturing Co., says a message to
the Paris enilion of tlie New York
���Herald.
It ls now entirely feasible hy a com-
binaliorfof automatic and radio supervisory control from a central ollice,
said Mr. Allen, to start a train without
a crew, run it at full speed over clear
tracks, slow, it down or stop it in accordance with the signals of an automatic hiock-sigunlling system, start
it up again tind open its -doors.
The wireless features of "this system, according to Mr. Allen, are of the
"carrier current" type���radio waves
which travel along -the power linos of
the railway ins! end of spreading out
through the of her. " as iti ordinary
broadcasting. The waves using this
system can be directed to any desired
point and can be utilized to operate
switches and other'ileviees,-as well as
to - carry on conversations.-���London
Efuily Express.
Popular Feature Of
Empire Exhibition
One Visitor In Every Ten Patronizes
Motor Boats
Tho motor boats on the lake at
���\Yembley ar ��� one of the most popular
features of the exhibition; one visitor
in every ten ialronizcs them. Many
people say a trip on the lake is the
next best thing to the seaside; there
is certainly a "blue-water" touch about
both the boais and the coxswains.
The jolly tars of Wembley- speak
with awe aud admiration* of_a certain
intrepid 'old lady who puj. up something like a 'record hist year. She
made the round trip on thirty-five different occasions. On the last day of
the exhibition she turned up as usual.
Ancients   Worshipped  Meteors
Syrians Thought Stone. Was Messen-
- ger From  Sun God
"Star sto ies,' or meteors, have fallen in many lands. In ancieut Syria
a great black stone, reported to .have
fallen from the sky, was" worshipped
as a messenger from the sun god.
Back in the old days a shower of
stones fell on tho Alban* Mount near
Home. These wore incorporated in a
te'mple'and7','ere" looked upon with
awe. .'��� V * ��� ',     '   ���
' * ��
One of the queerest .falls on record
occurred in Normandy. .-Here, within an elliptical area seven niiles. long
and three miles wide, nearly three
thousand stones fell. These varied
in' size, the largest masses weighing
about soventc-en pounds. Nearly all
the inhabitants of a large district saw
the cloud, heard the noises and witnessed the rain of stones. 7
The largest meteorites-'known are
the immens.; masses found up in Nor-,
them Greenland. One of these great
black Iron "clones, weighing thirty-
seven and a half- tons, .has been
brought from the ice counlry to New
York City and pu,t on display in the
Museum of Natural History,,and may
be scon by visitors. ...j~S.
The chief .constituent, of these so-
,called "stones" is nickel iron. In
some countries the natives have conquered their superstitious awe of the
"stones hurled'from heaven" and have
hammered off pieces of these" aerial
travellers into primitive knives and
spear points. ,   ���'
1
Strange   Instinct   Of   Cattle
Why Cows Are Panic Stricken When
Attacked By Dogs
Perhaps   you    have ��� noticed    how
frightened cows bcrome.if a little, 'log
begins to snap ai   (heir heels7     Now
just  why do these big"creatur��s be-
. come panic  stricken, and   scatter Jn'
every direction when any ono of Shorn
could easily put tlie dog to l.liglu?
liocfuso al one time all horned cattle were .wild and often attacked by
ferocious wolves. Although it has
been so many hundre(ls_of_ycars, cow?
-siiH"liaVo~jiii instinctive dread of any
'creature that looks like their ancient
enemy.
Though tho rain descended dismally
she beamed from beneath her dripping
umbrella at.the grey waters and the
deserted slures. She has never appeared this year, although the skies
are blue and the flowers at "Wembley
are in full bloom. - Did that last voyage sow the seeds of pneumonia? The
How To Take Sun Baths
Body Must Be Exposed Very Gradually
To Rays
The other day I met a young woman
who-told me she had been made quite
ill through taking suu baths while absolutely nude In a screened enclosure
in her garden. AVhen I questioned
her she iold .me that tho very first
lime she look ,1 sun bath she stripped
completely and remained in the blazing sunshine for a long period.     Hun
dreds of young men and women are
and insisted on  making  the voyago^.^^ 'ihc^ sun  baths in  the  SJime
reckless fashion.
Last summer I spent a day with Dr.
Anguste Itollier, the real discoverer of
fhe sunlight cure, at Ley^in, his wonderful eyrie in the mountains above
the Rome Valley, where ho has over
j 2,000 patient*-'. A wv: patient at
1 Leysin only has feet and ankles ex-
ONTARIO ODLLEGE OFmT
- Grange "Park ��� Toronto
DRAWING ��� PAI NUNC-MODELLINC-DESIGN
DIPIOMA COURSE ���   IUNIOR COURSE/
TEACHER'S GOURSE ��� COMMERCIAL ART
'       G-A'REID R-C-A-Principal
- Session 1925-26 Opens Ootobar 5th
������..; For 'Prospectus SIpplu To Registrar
Coffee In Different Countries
In the art of coffee-making tliere
are no standards: each country has its
own ideas on the subject. The French
like their coffee black, strong and hot.
In Turkey the Mohammedan bolls his
coffee over a charcoal fire in a small
brass kettle; each cun is made fresh
and consumed/grounds included, in
small sips. Russia, Switzerland and
Denmark all follow the French fashion.
.Bulgaria prefers Turkish methods. In
Brittany the housewife thinks no" coffee, worth drinking unless made from
beaus she has roasted herself. The
Italian idea combines the methods of
Brittany aiid Franco. The Austrians
are more original and make delicious
coffee with milk topped with whipped
cream. The Mexican drinks a brand
of coffee peculiarly his own. Ground
coffee is placed'in a cloth'bag, which
is immersed in boiling milk ancl water
sweetened with brown stick sugar. In
Brazil, Chile and Paraguay they like
their coffee black and���often. The
Cuban pours and re-pours cold water
over fiuely-ground coffee contained in
a flannel bag and uses the extract obtained for making cafe au laic or cafe,
noir.
gallant coxswains sigh and shake Llielrjp0se(1 U) Ul0 auu f()1. ^j^^tes on
heads. I t|U, fiVsi ^y^ an(j ^ot^iuj/ bul the legs
-/There are 29 motor bonis in -com- j al_e Mpoged for a wepk. Tllfc vvotXtls
mission at Wembley, and each of them ! la so gradual tliat it may be ihree
holds about 20 passengers. The mo-, W(le]w ���,. a mon|.h b<jfore thfi wJlo]0
live power is electricity: each boutfboily u ,mcovc.red lo the sunlight.--
has 40 2-voIt accumulators, and can Lomlon Sunday Pictorial,
cover 50 miles al 5 knots without being recharg ul. ,
The men of the fleet are proud of'
their craft, but prouder still of the fact, - 	
"ihat during tho whole run of the ex-; Colonel*  Peck   Says   He    Is   Alway:
hibition  to  date,  last'year and   this,! Making Breaks
Not  Just  What  He   Meant
1      Refused To Quit
Monument To, Varsity Boy Recalls
Story of Fidelity
On the campus of one of the large
universities in the middle west a
monument has been set in honor of
one or the students wlio died fighting
in France. On ir. is this simple but
appealing Inscription: "lie played on
thc scrub three years; he refused to'
quit." .    .
Day after day the boy���Hanson was
his name���went.out and played with
the "scrubs" to help the "varsity."
Then came the summons to play a
sterner game on the fields or France,
and he took his place.
On the battlefield he exhibited the
same fidelity r.s on the football field.
One day his ollicer called for volunteers tor a hazardous bit of scouting.
Hanson wen*: oui with the party, but
he never returned. And toda�� that
little inscription on the monument recalls a man who refused lo quil.
Real Meal In Balkans
Montreal   Citizen   Says   Serbian/ Innkeepers Very Generous
A Montrealer who has been snifllng
around the Balkans for trade possibilities, writes that the generosity of tlie
hosts a tthe Serbian Inns would put
our Canadian b'onifaces to shame. Only
after experience can a traveller in Serbia distinguish the point where tho
iiors d'oeuvre end and the meal begins. In the leading hotels" the hors
d'oeuvre is served on an individual
plate to" each guest who for th'e
equivalent of 40 cents receives * four
.pieces of tongue, a slice of ham, three
slices of sausage, one sardine, one
slice of cold veal, two slices of salmi,
half an egg with mayonnaise, one
slice of cold beef, a salmon croquette
with mayonnaise, a slice of veal loaf,
potato and meat salad, radishes,
pickles and butter. After that the
waiter brings on the food.���Montreal
Herald.
Reveals Business Secret
Fill Customer's Order Exactly As
Given Says Sir Thomas Upton
One of the secrets of success in
business, remarked Sir Thomas Lip-
ton recently, is to fill a customer's order exactly as given; fory^m may'bo
sure that ho knows belter'than you do
precisely what his requirements are.
A tradesman may err, even with the
best intentions.
For instance, continued Sir Thomas,
there was the case of the newly-engaged young man who informed the
lady of-his choice, aged 21, that he was
sending her a ro sector K'Ycry yoar of
her ago.
To the florist he gave the order to
send the lady two dozen of the Quest
red roses In could procure.
"He is a good customer," remarked
the florist io his assistant, who was
packing the blooms, "so put in au
extra half-dozen."
The engagement was broken off.
How ia make
0UTCH
FICKLE -
1 quart green cucumbers, 1
small cabbage, 1 quart onions,
3 red peppers, 1 quart green
tomatoes, 1 large cauliflower,
. }����� cup salt,
Chop alj_.fine and pour on .
enough hot water to "cover.
Let stand half an hour and.
drain, then make a dressing
of the following:���
8tablespoonfulsKeen'sD.S.F.
Mustard, 3 cups sugar, 1 teaspoonful turmeric, 1 cup flour.
Mix with a little vinegar until
smooth, add mixture to 2
quarts vinegar stirringcon-
stantly over fire, until thickened, then pour over vegetables,
37811
Keen's \
^Mustard
aids digestion
Ethics Code For Motorists
Simple Scientific Apparatus ���
Noted Sciqntist Made First Frictional
Machine From Ginger Beer
Bottle
.Michael Faraday, one: of the nott>d
scientists  took  a  pride  in  using ihe
humblest  apparatus for   his-   experiments,   but    lie    has been called Uie
prince   of   experimental   philosophers.
His first galvanic    battery,    for    instance, Svas made oui  of seven halts
pennies, seven pieces of zinc the same
JFly.e, and.seven pieces of. paper soaked
I in murium of soda.     And tliere is at
I the Royal Institution his first liicllon-
jai electric machine constructed from a
'ginger "beer   bottle.      There's   some-
���_���_.- _._.    n_  a��      b ���__    <m 1  thing of a lesson in this to the scien-
Milliners Use It After Being Cleaned���..  , , ...
ufic vou Ih ot today, who'too readily
Washington Association Endeavors to
Establish Honor System ot\ Roads
A nation-wide canvass of all interests concerned with motoring safety
for ideas as to the development of a
code of motoring ethics, will be conducted hy the American Automobile
Association, Washington, preparatory
(0 the appointment of a national com--
millee 10 draw up such a code.
The purpose of such a code was
described by the -association as the
���"establishment of"an honor system on
the roads,", wheicby tlie motorist himself can test ihe "extent to which ho
measures up to the responsibility developing on all users of Ihe common
highway."
Minard's Liniment for Dandruff-
New Use For Seaweed
,���'
:'(
?���
There are sixty million people in tlie
United States and Canada who live in
electrically lighted homes' or work on
electrical farms, factories, shops or
offices.
there has-n^ver been a claim "of any
sort, never a lueakdown, never a .mishap and nev-r a complaint.
"If that isn't a lino record," declared Mr. G. Quinsey, the'superintendent
of tho undertaking aud himself an cx-
lieutenaiu K.N., "I'll cat my cap, badge
and all:"
FULL
F ACHES
AND PAIN
7
Toronto Mothfer Found Relief
by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound   _
Toronto,. Ontario.���*' I have found
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a splendid medicine to take before
���nnd after confinement. ~ A small book
was put in my door one day advertising
Lydia E. Pinkham's1 medicines, and as 2
did not feel ataii well at the time I went
and got a boltlo of Vegetable Compound
right away. I soon began to notice a
difference in my ggnerafhealth. I waa
full of aches and pains at the time and
thought I had every complaint going,
but f can,truthfully say your medicine
certainly did me good. I can and will
speak highly of it, and I know it will
do other women good who are sick
snd ailing if they will only give it a fair
trial. Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills
are splendid for constipation. You are
welcome to use my letter if you think
It will help any one. "--Airs. Eaeuy.
Wkstwo-od,543 Quebec Street,Toronto,
Ontario.
' The expectant mother ia wise if she
considers carefully this statement of
Mrs. Westwood. It w but one of a great
many, all telling* tiie same story���beneficial results.
Lydia E. Pintcham's Vegetable Cozn-
oound is especially adapted for rase dar-
Jfigthi3 period. The experience of other
���women *who have found-this medicine ?
blessing Is proof of its great merit.
Wby not try it dgw yourself? C
W.   U.   %.   1590
This might be called an anecdote of
Field-Marshal Karl Haig or or Colonel
Cyrus Peck, or' both. The wcil-
known and' bluff Canadian Victoria
Cross hero acted as chairman for thc
diistinguislKKl soldier, leader of - the
British forces in the Great War, when
and Dyed
A. receni industry is collecting,
cleaning and dying seaweed (0 sell to
wholesale milliners-for j rimming hats.
The gathering season of,the feathery
strands of weed cast up on the shore
Vitiate their interest in science by Inlying the latent apparatus' at the nearest shop.
The Many-Purpose Oil.���Both lu the
! house and stable (here are scores of
Superstition Of Chinese
Thought Eclipse Was Large Phantom
Dag Devouring Moon
, White Shanghai was watching ihe
eclipse of the moon ou Aug. \, the
foreign' populace was starled by the
explosion of million* ol lire crackers
in all parts of the city and the neigh-
boring countryside. Au investigation
disclosed that" a-rumor was circulated among the superstitious toiasises
that a largo .iharuoni dog was devouring the moon, lience/lhe fire crackers,
to drive if away.
The city wus'in an,uproar ior more
than an hour.- Wln-n Jhe eclipse
passed  the noise stopped, the people
thinking tiie dog    had    been    driven 1
-*- * . '
away.
lasts from October till ihe end of!USPS loi. L>r. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
March. The weed is picked up by 1 [.'se.il for cuts," bruises, burns, scalds,
laborers, who sort out Ilu- best strands I the "pains of rheumatism and sciatica,
and are paid for the harvest according   f?���  ttat. ���<\-chest.      llorscs  are
_ ! liable verv largely to similar ailments
to ciiuiiitily and cleanness.    - To make. ,im, iniS]iaps as art]k.t mankind.-and
i the feathery fronds stand out well, the I are equally amenable Jo the heating
thoJ^dMiKirsbnljulda^su^a glycerine-" ** Thp' iniiuence'of this fine-old rcnledj-wliiei:"
theatre Vf Victoria war veterans ou his j g,oat(,st mn lias to be'takon to keep j ,IWS. inatf  thousands of arm  ft-lenas
plan for amalgamating ex-service men  ., .,  , ,..���. ,....-,  I durmg the past lifty years-
throughout  the British  empire.      At
the end of his speech Colonel Peck re-
barked: , dyed with special waterproof dyes it
""And   there's   one  other   filing.      !, js riased in artesian.weirwater. and is
want you all 10 be on hand lo say*'adieu j, hl.n ready.l'or~the milliner.       "    '
to Earl Haig when tie leaves. Victoria |  _r	
tomorrow  afternoon.      I- know   Ihat-
will be a pleasant duty tor all of-you."
Earl Haig was the first fo .seize lhe
the wood sheltered from fresh water,,
I'or rain will turn if brown aud ruin it |
completely.
joke aud lead the laughter. '.
"t am  always  making breaks  like 1
that/'coinnionted the colonel.
Very Ancient Cloak
When the wci-d'has been ]    Archaeologists , are.   of   the opinion
that a woollen cloak, discovered by-
peat cutters in Gerum Fen. near
Skara, Sweden, is oae of the oldest
ever found in Kurop**. - It was found
a few feet under the siirface ol tlio
peat, but the presorting dualities of
iho fen water havo kept it iuiaci for
some 3,000 years. The Uritish Museum poss-esses" fragments   of   cloth of
Japs Like Singing Insects
Crickets  and" Grasshoppers   Sold   On
-   Streets of Tokio
Ringing Insects are now on sale
by
know, someone telephoned me to ask
if I would bo pallbearer at tho funeral
of a friend the other day, and I replied
iliat I would be delighted.' '
' ,.\. i street   venders  along  the  Uinza,   the |evon earlier date.
A   Remedy   for   Earache.���-To have
The Chinese
be    the   mos-t
world.
as a race atv said so
honest people in riie
ga>  "Main Street"   of   Tokio.-   .Th-ej
' principal-warblers of the insect var-j
;i>ity   are   crickets ,and   long-horned } the earache js to endure torture.   The
! Ki-iisslioppers*.     To the Japanese the'<?ar ia n delicate organ and lew car.'
j ���        ..    ...    ���,,,,,,,       ���  'to deal  with  It, considering it work
I "Ming    of th* -si-JckPl and the grass-, for a ^^      I)r   ThomttJ,. KcImJtr,c
i hopper lends a peculiar charm lo thoj oil offers a _ fimplw,remedy.     A few
I summer evening. _       .. [drops upon' a piece of lint or niPdicat
SAVE THE CHILDREN
Mothers-who keep a box of Baby's
Own Tablets in the house may feel
that the liv.s of their little ones are
reasonably safe during the hot weather. * Stomach troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands-
ot little one** every summer, in-most
casr-s because the mother docs not
haVvu a safe ii.edictiie at haud to give
promptly. Baby's Own Tablets relieve these troubles, or if given occasionally lo Ihu well child Ihey will
prevent thei" coming on. " The Tablets
are guaranteed by a government analyst to be absolutely harmlt'ss e\'en (o
the new-born babe. Thc-y aro especially good in summer becauso they
regulate the bowels and keep Hie
stomach sweeL and pure: Thoy are
sold by nieilicJiH' dealers o>* by mail
tu 25 cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams Medicine Co.. IJrockviile, Out.
.Use X-rays To Find Pearls
Thc X-ray is nsad In examining unopened oysters in pearl fisheries. This
is a very economical proceeding, for
oysters which are found by the X-ray
to be_ without pesu*lsiiiiay_be returned___.
to their beds unopened,- in the hope
,rlm they m.iy"Iater produce pearls.
For Warts
Apply Minard's freely and often
and watch them disappear.
rttaM
Fashion's Allurements
Mrs.  Kuftc  tvtis reading  lite  evening paper when she suddenly laid it
down and remarked to her husband:
"Ju_st  fancy. Albert!      i free in thp|
paper ln-re that a woman, in looking
after   another,  woman    to see what
she had on fell out of a window."
"Well, M.t:le," replied tier husband,
"that only goes to show that some
women, in trying to follow the fashions, j
can go too-far!-"���Kxchange.
Uick had-had his first lesson in as-1
trono-iij. an 1 when he canio homi*- from J
school he began to enlighten his liu!*1 \
sister oir UWnnstory of the Mara.        |
"Do you know," he said, "that little !
star over yonder K very much bigger |
than our wirld?"      _ j
"Then why dovsn'i it keep th��- rain '
off us?" she askfd.
, "Why do they Mway.-. call chips'
'she?' I suppose it's because they
glide along so gracefully?"
"Oh, no; it's because their rigging
costs so much, and ihey go Jxt for
sails."*
Itched and Burned Badly,
Healed hy Cuticura. ,
*' My face slaved So itch and born
and then broke out with pimptes
that were bard, large and red. After
a few days thcy festered and scaled
ever and were very sore. They
itched and burned so badly that 1
used to scratch which caused them
to spread all over ray face and nsefc.
-My face was fcadly disfigured.
*" I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent
for a free.sample. After using :t 2
purchased more and in about two
weeks I was heated." (Signed)
Miss Bertha Wilson. B. R. 2.
Foresters Fails, Ont.. Oct. 3, 1924.
-Dsily use ofCwticura Soap, Oint-
sneBt aad Talcum helps to prevent
skin troubles.
8��aj<�� ��_w3> Vn. >����� Hj.it A&Sms Cajuabaa
EV>pot; -��t��aiK��_K.tli!_,l_fa__tfw__- pri-e.SeM.
ge. OSnteMiM IS nasi Os. T��Jw_w _&_:
Cwtieiarw Sha-^.tr 5*k& 2Sc.
i    Tho diminutive Insects nn-sold In. ��h! cotton and placed in th
!      ,  ,  ,   A .  ,   . ���.,u.clo much iu rch��iMng pain.
.((u.'iint bamboo cajfva, decorated .with
[silk ribbons.    Prices ranKo from fifty
sH'ti to us high as Iwenty-fiv*- yon ouch.
oar will
Surgeon's Clever Invention
A young French surgeon of Paris has
' jinvcntL'd an apparatus, ealk-d thy ���-pis-
Whcre Surgery Is Unknown j cope, that will enable medical students
' Thirteen million die in China every | jn an adjoining room to observo -,'Vt'ry
jear. Of these five million die of pre- j detail of an operation without disturb -
vt-iitablo diseases. Surgorj- is un-1 in�� cither tlio operating surgeon o> the
known to the heathen Chinese doctor,; }W(Sent. Tlie apparatus, which con-
���woueds go uncarod for, and broken s_ists mostly of lights and mirrors, pro-
limbs,remain unset. One-half of the, duces an enlarged picture ot the oper-
chlldrcn die beiore their tt-nth birth- ��� ation, and a loud speaker carries'.ihe
Use Geysers For'Heating
in Hcykjavik, icoland, .the geysera
a mile away from the city have long
been used for laundry purposes by tho
Icelanders. But uow the enterprising townspeople'arc going farther.
They ^are planning to pipe the hot
water into -.heir houses, and heat the
whole town in the mo^r approved style
at nature's expense.   -
day. Blindness resulting from pink-
rye is common. , Fleas, mosquitoes,
lice and rats spread, disease. -
comments of the surgeon.
WW
NIGHTS
MORNING y
KEEP  YOUR EYES
CtEAN CIEAR AND HEALTHY
VAftl tor, tKSA EYg CAAX ZOCli* Ml'Mas C<_.CMICJUMICJA
! " Fined Per Killing Hens
f
CriU'liy  to chickens  i^  a crime  in
Kngiand.     Charles Clarkson was fin- ,
, ed five pounds* for leaving 32 chickens |
1 in  ;i box without ventilation.      Nine '
' were  dead, and the. rest gasping for
'breath when the box was opened.        |
I
HwimmJn.3:    pools    now    are    being
. built In some of the   palatial   apart- j
I      ���-   "�� . - -   .        A?     rtr . I
t ments of New York. "��� !
1 Minard's Liniment for Burfll ��a��tf��t-itt-*MfcX~a7jubi AV JTSnanaEMgttii *i
THE)  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1925
THE LEDGE
G. YV. A. SMITH
Lessee
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
thc United States $2.50, always in advance.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices {25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices ...3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, uonpariel
measurement.
- Transcient display advertising 50 cents
an inch, each insertion.
Business locals I2j^c. a line each insertion.
The; cabinet will this* week
decide upon the approximate date
of the next session, chiefly as to
���whether it shall be held at the
same time as for the past few
years or whether it shall be put
hack to the former time, that is,
during the early months of the
year. The Premier has been
taking the opinion of the members of the Legislature and will
be able to report as to what their
views are. There ,are arguments
pro and con in regard to both
practices. 7       ���*'" '"'������������
-'.. Th*;   total   number, of   forest
��� fires which have been reported to
the Forest Branch upto August"
15.is 1913,- as compared/with 1621
up.to the same.date last .'year and
.-6uiy;-.954'to.that.date'in 1923. 7 It
- was.-hoped- that.', the-, rain which
..;fell would have some-influence'in
redubing.��kV-fires/.but.iri spite.of
'.' that there 'wereSll  outbreaks re-
. ported' last week.-:'. On the "coast,
however,'thssituatioii has'ceased
���considerably. ,    Sixty-two", fires
were c"aused;by one electric storm,-
.and'one of the -worst of the'coast
'fires,-- which destroyed. 20'- homes;
of settlers, "was due.to .the. .snapping of/a  .steel, .cable and- the
ignition of. a dead tree by friction.
The present:hazardous conditions
are common to the entire. Pacific
.stdrt'hwest, and in.* the; states.ad-
Vjoiningv;Briiish';.Columbia " great
loss is  being-experienced.    The.
.cost   of...;forest7patrols./in.. this
Prbyiuce is given, by-the-Minister,
of Lauds,as- being, dne'half cent
per-acre.-* .}..-   -        -.������-[;������
Advice for Motor Drivers
" Here are the wise counsels that
*.* the head of. an eastern auld-
' school'gives -to/drivers:/.   *
. . Don't try to pass another .'car
.on a curve; you'll get hurt sooner
. or later.-.   "     ~ 7 ;.'���' ��� -. '7-7    ' X.')[
..'7;Don't   speed;/  only   amateurs
'".do it'.. ..-/*,     ."'-' ��� Xz-:-' ��������� X, "y XXy,-:
-X:: Don't ' .drive   v in/* trolley-car
tracks;    they'll  /get/ you 7 into
���.trouble,.;   77"   -W;  ,-/. ",--;.*. *..'./. '  ;���/
.'Don't splash' mud, on innocent
bystanders;'/'.it's'7a .thoughtless,"
cruel trick. _ .-,".- .7 /'.W..W. ""_.-/.���
Don't, lock  your  brakes, when
you si art; to skid;; you'll lose cou-
- tro.l of your'car.   / "}]}������-��� ['] X, X
Don't drive fast on ,wef_  pavements;, your bound to.regret it,/
xy'- Don't: race  yourvpiotor,   slam
your, doors,* or sound your horn
.late.at night; the. neighbors may
' wake up aud shoot you.":     . .,.
; Don't cti.tacross7the" inside;of a
. curve;, some-time you*!!  meet; another car head-on. '**/-'
Don't seek to pass another car
without first giving a warning
toot of your horn; you may get
side-swiped.
Don't speed up when a car
wants to pass; you never can tell
what mission they are on..
Don't back your car without
looking^ behind you; there's is
always something there.
Doa't ride its the middle of the
road; another roadhog will tangle
with you eventually,.    . .
<_
Rock Creek Items
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson wore
in town on Saturday.
MisB Dolly Dittendrigh has beeu
appointed school teacher at Rhone.
MisB Barker, of Nelson, will
teach the Myncaster school this
term.
Stevie Pittendrigh, of Beavonlell,
was a visitor to town during the
\yeek-end.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Pitman and
family, of Myncaster, motored to
town on Saturday.
*
Mr. and Mrs. ,Lloyd Davies left
on the 10th for Milk River, Alta.,
where they will visit an aunt for a
few months.
Mrs. Kayes entertained her
many friends to a Dance and Social
evening last Monday, which all
enjoyed so much.
Jim Turner was busy last week
hauling lumber from McArthur's
sawmill on Myers creek, for Arthur
Rush's new garage.
A special meeting of the Rock
Creek Co-Operative Association
was held at Rock Creek Hotel on
Saturday, August loth.
Eock Creek residents w,ill be
pleased to hear that their old
friend George Swannell lias accepted a position in the Star
Grocery in Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Wheeler, ac-.
compauied by their two nieces/returned on Friday from a most enjoyable trip to Kelowna,. Penticton
and other pointe in., the Okanagan
valley.---" , ; "-.-,.   .'.--
.';"���'Mr,"-and: Mrs. Ed../Madge _anrl
family, started on. Sunday ..for a
two weeks holiday.7 /They* will
visiti Kelowna;. Vernon, Kamloops
and several, other places before returning home./'*//       7'
'.' A/new"'/school;/is 'going to/be
opened on Johnson .Greek,."by/the
.'residents;' there,/ that jf,-" -if .it/is
possible-fcd.;bbtain a'school teacher,'
wbo-is'the.lucky- possessor; of /five'
children of school age, .and if they
are; /fortunate ./to- -obtain ;"the
qualified/ nuinber, *./a'v temporary
school will be opened in; Sam
Larsen's-old:ranch house, until the
hew school is built.. -7W X /     /
Sale of Work
7/Tbe' -��� Rock '- Creek /' .Women's
Auxiliary.��� will-hold ���a."- Bargain
Sale* of.. Workv/f-ihe majority of.
the'articl.es,_foi"^sale. Jti'avin'g' _been.'
made by/members. of the;.W.'*A-.),
at thehotheof.Mrs. F; E- Glossop
on"'Wednesday 26th August? 1925,
the sale to commence at 2:30 p.m.
sharp. It is hoped that all tiiem-/
bers of- the W. -A; - will try. - to be
present and bring a cake; also to
tell their/friends of the Sale. Tea
will-/ be/ provided "at''- a .small-
charge, .also ice cream, and there
will-be a.candy-stall,for children.'
-" The.objective-.is assistance to
the Anglican* Church Guarantee
Fund, :which has for the last two.
years fallen, considerably, below
the amount'. necessary to'ensure
continuation of the Church services . and miaistratioas���more
than one half of the expenses of
which are., already born by the
Diocese of Kootenay.. The smallest assistance, from all. in sytrfr
pathy will be gratefully appreciated by/the Committee in charge
of.the Church Fund;   7-WW .''
A Deep SeatedNerve
. > A.7.big good naiurod- Irishman
from np country-visited a ap called.
"Painless Dentist" in order to
have/a; troublesome molar extracted. The dentist, seeing: the size of
his patient, and suspecting that he
was liable to create trouble if the
operation . waan.'fc entirely., painless
said to ;hi8 office boy, ..'(Jimmy, "go
and. get: a/large: sized '.hat//pinyjand
stand behind .the" .operating/chair.:
As soon' as the patient' gets/into
position I'll wink and- you jab the
pin through the seat of the chair."
When ths dentist. was ready he
gave the, signal - to - the, boy, and
with a yell the big. Irishman
sprang from the dental chair.
"Wall!" said the dentist,/. f-Thafc
didn't.hart much?   eh! ..'./���
is1$q" sai^ the Irishman "But
oi didn't know the,, d��� roots weitfe
dowa so far. "WW      .      ---^-WW
)n The load To
iSOJ
<t) A Cti hII'in I'aeific Lake Steamshin plyinii between Nclson.and Kaslo on the Britisji Columbia lake-district.    (2) "The CanyonV
(     .icatsouth Slocan on the Kootenay Wcr.-(3) Boftnhiatoh Falls.   (4) "ThePcol" near Nelson on the Kootenay Lakes, B.C.
n" the  road to Nelson,  whether
' \J one enters from-the east or
���-vest, new beauties cliarm tho eye
at ..every  step.      Murmuring'pines
._.uid; fir tree cast their shadows
along sunny roads, while wayside
flowers, gladden the eye.
Even in winter, it is equally picturesque, wheu snow crystals adorn'
the trees and shrubs, with flowe'ry
je'wels, their shadows- casting* strange
pictures across thc soft snow, covering the sleeping* earth. For vin-
t��� tn tim mrr-ntnijif! of British Col
umbia is a season of joyous sport
and out of door life !
Along the way, as the Kootenay
makes its downward dash to the
Columbia, appear fSUs and rapids.
Two of these are utilized for electric
power, by the West Kootenay Power
and Light Company, which distributes power for three hundred miles,
and the City of Nelson power company, which .provides its citizens
with heat and light and power from
this source. Beyond another. ;of
these rapid sN is the famous fishing
ground, kno'wn as Slocan pool, where
fishermen from all over Ihe world
have tried their luck, through dark
and sunny days.
X While the fishing may, take time
and patience., if "the season orjhe
bait is .not- just right, not so the
scenery, vfor'the beauty of the entire
riverside may he seen from the car
window when passing between Nelson and Castlegar,. whence -two
routes are provided to  the Pacific
coast.     /   ������������    '"" ���':"...'-
���Mrs. W. Garland Foster.   .
Bebe Back
Bebe Daniels will be back again
at the Greenwood Theatre on
Saturday, Aug. 22ud���this time in
"Miss Bluebeard", a. Paramount
picturizition bf Avery Hop wood's
farce,-   "Little-Miss   Bluebeard,"
Raymond *; Griffith,' Kenneth
MacKenh.), Robert Frazer .appear
in-thosupporbiug cast. .
"Miss Bluebeard'! .is a * incr.y
iharriage mix-up that, Paramount
claims',, brings" Miss ��� Daniels' -to tiie
screen;in th'e.kind-of role that.fust
���8tarted;her.oh the .'way tq-fath.e~as'
a -comedienne-riii/a/. part7 that is
said .to. offer her .the greatc'sf.'op-
pq'rjiiihifcyof hei': career.;. '
-. Imaigine Bebe'-'iu., the role,-of; a
Freucl) ' actress ; who-finds herself
vvithouo.husband.top.many!-.
.Wha;t a ,eitiiatioii!-:-and7"vvha!i a
.picture!'-'/ '"    -:/���/- '.-_.'*' .'*-'
/: -'.   -We are iti the market to Jjuj?.
Household Fiirniture;
LARGE OR SAULL.AMOUNTS     ':���
''.7;;:Sy,'BV''lAWRENCE-;\'-'^
Auction Rooms & Furniture Exchange
Winnipeg Aye., .Grand Forks. B.C.
;:'*.We/, _will.be at the Pacific" Hotel,
Greenwood, oh Monday,; August, 31st,
aud shall be. glad-to meet anyone with
goods they, wish to dispose of.   --
Greenwood Garage
���/��� 7 PRANK L. PETERSON; Prop. Xy}.
Kinney Bidg., Main St.
���.W"7ExperS6hced'Me.chariic/'-*'-.77.*"
employed to. attend to.all car troubles
CANADIAN   "
PACSF5C
Summer Excursion Fares
TO EASTERN DESTINATIONS
ON   SALE   DAILY, MAY 22 TO SEPT
Winnipeg	
....:....$ 72.00
Toronto	
Hamilton............
London...-..'.;.:;	
Quebec...............
St.Joliti'-...-.	
St. .Paul;...	
  "3-75
......... U3-75
......... 113.75
  141.80
������' ������ 147-90
..;......   72.00
Minneapolis -'.	
Duluth.' ...;.-..,.....
 ...', "��� 72,00
.......'..,*   72.00
r; 15-^RETURN LIMIT
Oct. 3
Fort William ..,;	
$ 86.30
Niagara Falls	
120.62
Otiawa	
127.9s
Montreal ,	
T32-75
Moncton .::..:.......:.......
147.90
Halifax-_ ;.....-...,
1534S
Chicago ....;...;..	
S6.00
New York .*.	
r47-4o
Boston ..".......	
r53-50
)  \   MANY   ADDITIONAL   DESTINATIONS     y
���-      ASK FOR RATES FROM AND TO ANY POINT  *
.��� . .-.���. *"**�� ,     ,-'-.--'    ----- ^- ���-     . . -   ���    "     ��� ��� 1
. [,. Route via Port Arthur or via Soo* Line, through'.' Winnipeg or Portal, to
.St.'Paul; thence via Chicago/or Sault Ste. Marie, via Great Lakes; or. via
.* California. at additional  fare; or "good/io go via "one." ofthe. above, routes,l
' return another.;.-. * *-_'   -/     -:   .-7 ".-������/. ��� -��� "..' "..'. ,-'-'���.-*
J. S. GARTER, WstrictPassei^ef Agent/ Ne&
See Local Ajrent or Write for Details
\
e
DR.   A: FRANCIS
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 69
Greenwood
DR. A. J. DORMAN
DENTIST
Office: McCutcheon Residence
Greenwood
SYNOPSIS OF  *
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPT10N8
Vacant, unreserved, survsyed.
Crown lands may be pre-empted, by
British subjects over 18 years ol age,
and by aliens on declaring Intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerninff regulations regarding pre-emptions In
given in Bulletin No.'l, Land SerlM,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of charge .'���_
by addressing the Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to. any Government Agent.   ' ,  . -" .-.-���/,- ���
Kecords will - be granted covering,
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which is not timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 8,000 bfard
feet per acre west of the Coast Rang*
and 5,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.      .: .':."���'...
Applications for pre-emptions are *.;
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for
is situated; and are made on printed'
forms, copies of which cain be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied'for
five years and improvements made
to valuer of $10 per acre, Including
clearing.and cultivating at least five
acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
"For more detailed-information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE    .
Applications are received for purchase    of    vacant   and    unreserved
Crown" lands, ,not being timberland,   ���.
for agricultural purposes;   minimum <���-
price for first-class (arable) land Is
55 per acre, and second-class (grw*'
ing) land $2.50 per acre.   Further Information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown lands is given ln Bulletin *
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of. Crown. Lands."
,. Mill,, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acrea,.
may be purchased or leased, the conditions      including      payment      of
stumpage.  , -..���;-
./HOMESITE LEA8E8 W
:/"trhsurveyed. areas, not exceeding 19  ;
acres/may be leased as homesltei,
conditional   upon- a- dwelling  being ."
erected in-.the first year, title being   .'
'obtainable, after  residence and  improvement   conditions   are   fulfilled
and land has. been surveyed.   ,    7
"".7 "X-] LEASES    W    ������[; 7
- -For- grazing   and -industrlal/pur"'
poses areas not exceeding- 840 acres   r
may bo,leased -,by-. one person- or-.*��   -
company.".;.'    '   ���"" ���     -""       -    ���    **���"-'
-. -   . ....GRAZING .- /   . :;".���  ���. j-,
. Under thb. Graaing Act the Province is divided Into grazing district*;
and the range .administered under, a .
Grassing1    "Commissioner.������-    Annual   ;
.'grazing permits.are Issued based on.
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners.   Stock-ownera
may-" form   associations   for   range
management.'' Free,, or  partly   free,
permits   are; available -for. settlers;
campers  and. travellers,  up, to - tea
.head.-". "X-'X '-_ ,���_-/'' W/WW . W    ;.-"'
���MMauSHMIaiHIMia
Gas, Oil./Cup Grease, Floor Dressini..
Harness Oil,- Candles      ./
Agent for imperial Oil Company,
Praying,
Cars for/.Hire.*
7'?7'-77WWSEND;?Yqi]lR WW)���' ". -,
{'--BOOTS"' and'' "SHOES -'} y
'���������-������.'-'- -y'-X To ���������\x. *y-xx:
GEO, ARMSON, Grand Forkis,
. Tlie .20th',Century Shoe.'.Beoairer .
All work aad;material .guaranteed^',.We
pay posfege one wa-y.-. Tetnas Cash.
Advertise Iii/The Ledge
The Mineral P^
TO END OF DECEMBER; 1924
- .Has produced  Minerals aa follows: 7 Placer,Gold, $77,382,953; Lode Qold,
$118,473,190; Silver, 86$824,579;-Lead, 870,548,578; Copper, S1S7,4S9,37S; Zinc,'
$32,171,497; MiscBllaaeoas Mittefala;; Sl,431,349; Coal and Coke, 8260,880,048;
Building Sione, Brick, Cemenfr, eta. j 842,225,814: making ifea.Mineral ProUuciiou
'.to the end of 1924,-ahow an. -.       -  '/;;,_, W . "���:.- '������-,"������, Xr "
^grepte/Valiie. of $85^427,386 7/   ,/
forrteYear Ending December, 1924, $48;704>6O4
:= Tlie Mining Laws of., this' Province are mora liberal, "and the fees lower, than those of any other
Province in .the Dominib:o, or any; colony ia the British Empire. / .
, fMinerftl locations tare granted feo discoverers for nominal fees.      W "��� . x  ''.,''"   :'  /
. Absolbte Titles are obtained by developing each properties, the seenrity of which is guaranteed
by Crown Grants..        _     - ...  -
Full information together with Mining Reports and Maps, may  be. obtained/gratia by addreasing-���
THE mn. THE MINISTER OF MINES
VICTORIA, British Coimnfcla.
Practically all British Columbia Miners! TProperties npon which development work has been
done are described in some one of the Annas! Reports of the Minister of TMines. Those
conBidering miaing investments shonid refer to sach reports. Th6y are available withdnS
charge on application to the Departmeat of Mines, Victoria, B.C. Beports of-the Geological
Survey of Canada, Pacific Bailding, Vaucoaver, are recomnsended 'as valHabls sources 61
iafoTDaatloni ��� ���      ���   .-" .       , * ���-''��� ���
N.K

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