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The Oldest Mining Camp Newspaper In Bntish Golumbia
Vol." XXXI
GREENWOOD. 3.  CwTHURSDAY. JUIvY 16, 1925.
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New Kitchenware
McClary's   Bonnie   Blue
No. 51
t.
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.-j..
I
PIC-NIC SPECIALS
Canned Chicken, Lunch Tongue, Devilled and
y        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
GREENWOOD GROCERY
%k       Big Sale
$ Starting Friday $
Ladies Dresses
All latest colors
Ladies Fine Silk Hose
, Latest Colors   '���
Also a few
Ladies and Girls Hats
Very Reasonable
Mrs.   Ellen   Trounson
AROUND HOME
I. Skelton of Trail was visiting
abhis home here this week.
Another Pioneer Passes
J-   B.   Desrosier,   of   Osoyoos,
town  on   Thurs-
pouch,
at   The
Phone 46 ^
For Anything in the
Drug  or   Stationery   Line
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Call or mail your orders to
GOODEVE'S DRUG STORE
Kodaks,   Films,   Albums.    Victrolas,   Records,   Etc.
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Place your orders with us and be sure of Delivery"
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1 . Phone 17
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Real Estate ahd Insurance
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Fire. Accident & Sickness/ Life, c
Automolblle, Boncis,,Burgflary, &c
Auctioneer
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office of
CHARLES   KING
Greenwood, B.C.   *
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, JULY 18th
Commencing at 8.15   p.m.'
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A. Zukor ami J. L. Lasky present
Richard Dix
"Manhattan"
Rich, young, handsome���and he
found New York tame and adventureless.
Till he met a pretty girl and���oil,  boy!
liow things huiiimec.!
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Don't fail to see Dix's debut in stardom. As the fighting lover hero of JefTery
Farnol's novel,  "The Definite Object.'
ADULTS SOc
CHILDREN 25c
D: E. McELMdN
THE   THOMAS   TAILOR   SHOP
The Home of the
Semi-Ready Tailoring Co .
Also handling the
Popular Berger Line
Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing
Watch and Optical
" 'Repairing:
Waltham Watches
Fof Sale-
Good. Line, of Spectacles
INDEPENDENT  MEAT MARKET "
,We carry only" the best stock procurable in
Beef,  Veal, Pork,   Ham,  Bacon, Lard, Etc,
A trial will convince you
I  JOHN MEYER
Proprietor
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada/Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining Department
TRArL. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver. Copper, Lead and Zmc'Ores
Producers   oi    Gold.    Silver,   Copper,   -Pig   Lead  and  Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
,   We have a
complete stock of
Dominion
Tires and Tubes
The Prices are Right
. Buy them at
McMynn's  Store
Midway, B.C.
Remember
Dominion tires are good tires
was a ���visitor in
day last.
Mr. and Mrs. "Ed. Richter, of
Rock Creek, were visitors in town
on Tuesday.
Found���A tobacco
Owner can" have same
Ledge.office.
EL. F. Dore, of Grand Forks, is
relieving at the Canadian Bank
of Commerce.
- G. H. Stilwell left on-Tuesday
morning to spend a holiday at
his home in Duncan.
Miss Ruth Axam left on Tues:_
day morniug to spend a holiday
in Victoria arid Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. .UJ.* Blundell and
son, of Kimberley, are visiting at
the home of Mr. Blundell's
mother.
Mr. and. Mrs. H. Pannell and
two children, of Midway, were
visitors in town on Wednesday
afternoon.
Mrs.- L Lyons left last week
for Spokane where she will join
friends on a motor trip to Seattle
and Portland.
Miss Mary Taylor, of Weiser,
Idaho, is thc guest of her-brother
and sister-in-law- Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Taylor.
Miss'Kate Smith-left on Tuesday morning for Vancouver having been called there through the
illness of her brother.     ,    ,_.
Mf D. Hamilto'n, Supt. of the
Pacific Coast Branches, of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce was
in Greenwood on Susday.
Mr, aud Mrs. Douglas of Cal-
garv, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Lee on Wednesday
on their way to Kamloops.
- P. -I-I: MdCurjfscJs- weut -to
Beaverdell ou Tuesday and took
over the Mining-Recorder's books
kept by the late F. F. Ketchum.
Mrs. Jas. Muir and daughter,
Dorothy, returned on Sunday
morning from a, seven months
holiday in -Scotland and' Port
Arthur,'Ont.
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��� E. W. Carlson, of Trail, who
has been visiting at the, home of
Mr, and Mrs. E. Mellrud, left on
Sunday morning- for Vancouver
where he will reside.-
- The Misses Priscilla Kerr and
Mabel Axam returned to Vernon
the-first of the week after visiting
their, respective homes iu this
city for a couple of weeks.
Jas. Muir, manager of the local
branch of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce! attended a meeting of
Kooteaay-Bouudary managers ofthe bank iu Nelson on Saturday.
Tom. Taylor left for Terrace
on Tuesday morning after a two
weeks holiday-in town the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs; G.
B. Taylor. Tom left by train
having sold his bug to G. PL
Stilwell.
The United Church of Canada
Minister iu charge
ttev. W-'R. Walkinshaw; B. A.
Greenwood
Sunday, July 19th.
Midway II a.m." -"-
Baptismal Service
Greenwood 7,30 b.m.    ~~
You onglit'a see our  Mammas stepping
out
On the 24th of July,
"Whilst "minding" the kids the Papas no
doubt will heave many a sigh.
Ladies if you'd have an afternoon of bliss,
Tbis picnic you should notfniss;
So come dressed  in your gingham and
your worst old hat,
Cause -we'll have lots of fun���and that's
that.
Miss Oliver, of Victoria, Miss
McEwen, Miss Gaw and Rev, F.
E. Rpnnails,, of Grand; Forks,
spent Monday afternoon in town
the. guests, of .Rev. and Mrs. W.
R. Walkinshaw.
Rufus Woods, editor, of Wenatchee, Wash., was a visitor in
town on* Wednesday. Mr. Woods
is interested ia an irrigation
system.near Cascade where water
was recently turned in on 300
acres of land.       ,
Born���To Mr. and Mrs. H
Charles Nichols," a daughter on
July 8th, at the Kootenay Lake
Hospital, Nelson. * Mrs' Nichols
is the daughte'r of Mr. and Mrs
C. J. Cruse and lived at Boundary
Falls for a' number of years.
Taylor <$7Sou have "purchased
a Che volet-truck for delivering
their ever increasing orders. With
the truck they can uow deliver
promptly and are always glad to
oblige customers with big or
small orders.
Miss Florence Jupp, of Rock
Creek, who has been attending
St. Anthony's College, Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver, for
the, past year has been successful ia passing her first year high
school, gaming high marks in
all subjects taken.
Tbis community w'as saddened
during the week-end when it was
learned that Frank Forester
Ketchum had passed away in
Beaverdell on Friday evening,
July 10th. He had not been in
good health for some time and in
a. great effort to combat his
illness he kept on working and
after a busy day, the term might
be  used, "he died in harness."
The funeral was held in
Greenwood on Monday afternoon
Services being conducted by Rev.
E. A. St. G. Smyth in St. Jude's
Church and at the. graveside.
It was very largely attended,
many coming,from Beaverdell and
throughout the district to pay
their last respects .to a departed
friend. Over 30 autos were in
the funeral procession and a
profusion of flowersl^banked the
casket. Interment' took place in
the. Church pf England plot.
The pallbearers were: J. H.
Goodeve, I., Crawford, Jas. Kerr,
G. Iiambly, W.(i J. C. Patterson,
and E. Nordman.
The\late Mr. Ketchum was
born in Norton/Kings County,
New Brunswick, and was about
63 years of age. For a number
of' years he was engaged in a
commercial .business and came
west in company with -the late
K. C. B. Frith about 1898. After
coming, to Greenwood he engaged
in accountancy and^was for a
time secretary of.the Greenwood
Electric Company during the
period the power for lighting
was furnished by steam. When
Beaverdell was laid out he and
the late Waverly A. Keith commenced business there as general
merchants and when a few years
later Mr. Keith died the deceased
acquired his interest and has
since carried on the business and
has also been the postmaster and
de'puty mining recorder. For a
large portion of tbe time very
few people lived in the vicinity
of Beaverdell and little business
was transacted and it seems sad
jurSt af'lh'e time th'e district is
coming into its own, with many
mining properties opening up,
that the deceased should be called
away.
Among his friends and curling
associates he was commonly
called Colonel Ketchum or the'
Mayor of Beaverdell. He was a
most popular fellow and took a
great interest in the advancement
of the c'ountry and encouraged
sport, being oue of the best
curlers in the district receiving
many trophies for his skill at this
game.-, He took.a great interest
in the Greenwood and District
Hospital, and was one of-its-first
directors.
" He was a member of Albion
Lodge, A. P. & A. MM o'f St.
John, N: B.
He is survived (we understand)
by sisters, nephews and -nieces,
residing in-New Brunswick and
Massachusetts.��.
In his passing the district
looses one of its.most prominent
citizens, a man of sterling integrity and outstanding ability
as a business man.
Mrs. R. .Blundell met with a
very painful accident last Friday evening when she fell down
the -Masonic Hall stairs. She
broke 'both" wrists , and nose and
received several nasty cuts, and
bruises. Mrs. Blundell is in the
hospital where she i's doing as
well as can be expected.   .
While going for the cows last
Friday morning John McDcmll
was snot through the leg from a
stray bullet. The bullet penetrated the bone. When he noticed
the blood he tied - a tourniquet
above the wouud and crawled to
the house. He was taken to the
hospital where'be is doing nicely.
A Picnic will be held or.
Friday, July 24lh, for women
ONLY under the auspices of the
Ladies Hospital .Auxiliary. Each
lady attending to supply own
dishes, and donate refreshments,
or turn in SOcts to the committee
for purchasing-supplies. Kindly
notify committee by Mondav
evening so that arrangements
mvy be made for conveyances to
picnic grounds. Every woman
welcome. Committee:���Mesdames
Dorman, McCurrach, Skelton,
Sutherland and Walters.
Kettle Valley Notes   \
Mrs. Frank Bubar returned on
Wednesday from a three weeks
visit at the/coast.
The Lord Bishop of the Diocese
will hold a Confirmation Service
in the Anglican Church on Sunday, July 19th at 7.30 p.m.
The site of the Kettle Valley
Golf Club has been decided upon.
It will be mainly north and west
of thie monument near Ingrain
bridge. A-Bee will be organizsd
shortly to fix up the green and it
is hoped soon to have an opening
picnic. N.B.���It will not be necessary to make a rule "please replace the stumps." Vf
Midway; News
Emery DeLisle is having a two
weeks holidaj\
Teachers are required for,a number of school in the district.   *
Miss Ethel Ferguson of Kelowna,
is-visiting at,her home here.
Bathing is a very popular pastime since the heat wave -struck
town.
J. L. Busb, G. N, agent, is
undergoing treatment in the
Greenwood and  District Hospital.
Kathleen and Edgar Dewdney,
of Penticton, are visiting with their
grandparent*?, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Ferguson.
Mrs. W. G. Moll has returned
from Deer Park, Wash., where she
attended the funeral of her mother,
Mrs. Mubs.
Mrs. J. O. Thompson and
daughter, Muriel, of Kettle Valley,
were the guests of "Mrs./H. Pannell
during the first of the week.
Parents and Children please note
that the Sunday School will meet
at IL a.m. next Sunday. This will
be a Baptismal Service and we
want to make it a Bally Day also.
The Midway baseball team were
victorious over Malo by a score oE
6 to 4. on the 12.h inst. Those
attending "witnessed one of the best --
games on fehe Midway diamond
this year.
The young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mibte Szezesnick fell of the verandah at his home and received a
sprained arm which necessitated
treatment at the Greenwood and
District Hospital,
A social evening will be- held iu
the Farmers Hall, Midway, on
July 17th. There will be community singing, cards and dancing.
Admission 25c, children under
10 iree. Kefreshrnents on sale.
Proceeds to go towards the piano
fund. -Attend and spend a pleasant-"
evening.    "-
Floyd Burke, son of the second
baseman of the Midway ball team,
met with a painful accident on
Sunday afternoon when in the act
of chasing a ball and trying to
avoid a dog he bumped into a car
fracturing his left wrist. He was -
taken, to the Disferiefe Hospital in
Greenwood where the injury was
attended feo. He was able feo return home on Wednesday.
' Tbe annual school meeting was
held on Saturday evening. The
retiring Trustee, W. E. -. Jackson
was re-elected for three years and
R_ A. Brown elected auditor. It
was decided to have two "teachers,
the basement of the school to be
fitted up for a junior room. Miss
M. I. Keir having seat in her
resignation after two years of very
competent and successful work,*fehe
board regretted exceedingly of having been compelled to accept fehe
resignation.
\
Job Printing at The lodge
"Manhattan"
Fans who saw "Richard Dis,
featured with Bebe DacieJe. in
���'Sinners ia Heaven," at the local
theatre lasfe Saturday, know that
he bas arrived at Jnll-fledged sfear-
dom. In "Manhattan," to be
shown at the Greenwood Theatre
on Saturday, July 18th. Mr. Dis
makes bis first appearance at the
bead of his own company.
���' Manhattan, " a Paramoucfe
picture which >. Paul Sloane and
Frank Tuttle adapted from Jeffery
Farnol's novel, "The "Definite
Object," deals with the life1 of ��
rieb, young New Yorker, who ia
search of excitement, geta himself
mixed ud in the gang life of New
York's ""Hell's Kitchen." A
beautiful rom&uce developes witfa
Jacquelins Logan furnishing the
feminiae appeal. THE ' XJEDGE.   GREENWOOD,   B._C.
A tea your grocer recommends is
usually good tea
And most grocers recommend it.    62
Canadian Trade Prospects
With tlu,- clo.se of the fir.-r six months of 3925. financial antl commercial
-i'li'iile.uioi.s in Canada have been taking ..stock of the business situation
i.*"*.-iigl_ou. the Dominion. Tlio conclusions reached-by them as the result
01' careful surveys is thai, present conditions are better and prospects I'or the
-'iti-ii'dint-- future more promising ihan for some years past. This is es-
jK-elally mie in regard to agriculture, and, as the West has always contended, a betterment in the fanning outlook lia.s a direct benelicial effect on man-
Ui'ieuiriug and all business.
Although actual returns from the farms are probl. uuitical until the crops
ore harvested, and it. i.s never safe to closely estimate yields of grain and field
trope until they aro Anally removed from all vagaries of weather, plant dis-
f as'-s and pests, the fact remains thai at. ihe end of June prospects throughout Canada, and especially in the Western Provinces, were better than for
many years and, in tlie absence of widespread and extremely adverse conditions- before harvest, ihe outlook is for one of tlie best and most profitable
���crops in ten years.
One financial paper in Its annual review at iho end of June states, on the
bayis of reports from all the Provinces*, lhat ihe biggest increase in employment in two years has ialien place, with the result, that, except in the larger
cities where tlie unemployed alwa'y. congregate, there are few idlo men.
JM.inufncturing industries are busier than for years and in Ontario and Quebec real activity prevails with manufacturing near to capacity in several
line.-*, and some plants working overtime.
Record catches of ilsh on both the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards-have
taken place, immigration is increasing, the summer tourist trallic shows every
indication of attaining a new high record, while the export, trade of the Dominion continues to increase both in volume and value month by month.
Xuilding construction is likewise much greater than a year ago. Railway car
loadings are smaller, but this is accounted for in two items, the smaller
-volume of last year's grain crop and reduction in the movement, of coal
resulting from labor troubles at the mines. On the other hand, there is a
-substantial increase in car loadings of manufactured articles and general
������merchandise, while this year's grain crop promises to moro thau offset the
.reduced volume of a year ago.
One -Qf the  significant developments is  the steadily  rising volume and
vahn- ol* Canada's export trade.     For some years now- the Dominion Government has been quietly negotiating trade treaties with other countries.      One
of the latest was with Australia and already British Columbia is looking forward lo and preparing for a big expansion in trade with that sister Dominion,
.Before thi*- article appears iu print, it is expected that the terms of a now
���trade arrangement with the Uritish West .Indies will be announced.      Inasmuch as each and every one of these reciprocal agreenienls provides for the
removal of artificial restrictions" on trade  through.the  lowering of customs'
���duties and the. wiping out of oilier.obstacles- to .the free exchange of commodities,-and ave-frequently.accompanied by the provision of larger and improved facilities'of, communication and" transport,'..ihc .effect cannot be otherwise
than to greatly "enlarge Canada's markets' abroad,- and", as'repeatedly urged in
- thiii column,, that is .'exactly what a young, aiid-p'ro'duciiig.country like Canada
requires.; ��� Freer trade and 'wider,markets "are bound/to-briiig/abnut' ilie Do'-"
minion's deyelopment/JeatlJng to increased  employment." and production and
,[resultant- prosperity-and growth in- wealih.',- '. .-.-'.."'  ~-."  ".-������.-"���' WW   '-' "
W - -A young "country 'like Canada,', with a comparatively-small population; but
iiuge; resources, .and productive powers,- and/producing .far" more thai.)..its own
.people can consume, and. already -possessing -manufacturing- and other kidu..-
,-, tries', with., capacities for production far jn excess of-the-needs of ".home popu-
./l.U-Oii';-.sland"s in need, not so niiicii of protection ..of lhat'restricted'-.homc-niar-
7. keif, bin th'e.-removar.of'obsracles.fto trade with the'world. .  We cannot'grow.
S-ii-ong.iiDd "wealthy--by,merely trading .with ourselves;, that is too"-much1 a" case,
pi'f.trying'.to. lift "oneself-by.the boot -straps^-^.-.-Strength ana wealth will-come
'-- through producing for.sale abroad; thus bringing' into-Canada the wealth de-
.rived through-the sale of our products abroad. ..",".-. ,'f .-"--' " -''"   W, -   -"'	
How Germany Solves
Housing Problem
Families Allotted Space According To
Number Of Members
They have a speedy method of solving tho housing problem in Germany,
according to au English paper, which
says: ..
"You have here a * flat of eight
rooms; you are three in family. You
will live, in future, in throe rooms.
Another family. will move in next
week to occupy the other five rooms.
Good morning."
What would a British (or Canadian)
householder say If an oflicial said such
a thing to him, and if he knew thnt he
could neither protest nor refuse?
- Yet that Is what happens ln Berlin
every day. Next time wo are inclined to grumble at hard conditions iu
our own country, it may help us to bo
more contented it* we realize what the
Germans  put up  with.
Rents are. adjusted according lo tho
number of rooms occupied in a house
or Hat. Thus, the family using Ave
rooms in an eight-roomed house���with
the original tenant inhabiting the
other throe . rooms���will pay five-
eighths of tho rental.
NATURE'S WARNINGS
Danger  Signals  That  Everyone
Should Take Seriously.
Pain is one of Nature's warnings
that something is wrong, with the
body. Indigestion, for instance, is
characterized by pains in the stomach,
and often about the heart; rheumatism by sharp pains in the limbs and
joints; headaches are a sign that the
nerves or stomach are out of order.
In some ailments, such as anaemia,
pain ls njt so prominent." In this
case Nature's warning take, the form
of pallor, breathtessness after slight
exertion, palpitation of the. heart, and
loss of appetite. Whatever form
these warnings take, wise people will
not ignore the" fact that many diseases
havo. their origin in poor blood, ann
that when the blood is enriched the
trouble, disappears. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills are most helpful, In such
cases because they purify and build
iip the blood to its normal strength, tn
this way il tones up the. nerves, restores the appetite and gives perfect
health. Miss Hazel Rerndt. of Arn-
prior, Ont.,, has proved the great value
of this medicine and nays:���"I am a
young girl and have been working in
a factory for Uie past four years. For
two years f had.boon In such poor
health that at times. I "could not work.
I was thin and pale, and troubled with
headaches ancl fainting "spells.-���_ 1 doctored nearly all .this"time, but il. did
not help me,'' My mother advised me
to.take Dr. Williams' Pink:Pills, and
after .using, them" for a. while'1" could
notice an improvement in iny condition.. 1 iised nine boxes-and 'can truth'--'
fully, say- that my. health- is restored-.
When'.l began taking the.pills I. weighed ''HI- pounds.", and now I weigh' i:t-l.
I-.feel tliat I owo.mv good- health to
PiW-Willianis'''- Pink .Pills and hope
oilier ailing "people-will give. them, a
-fair-trial;". - " ,      /'"''W'W _���������'-'���""''
. You can gel these'pills' through" any
medicine- dealer or. by-mail at-50 cents'
a box '.froni- The Dr. ."Williams' -Medicine;. Co.,- l_rockvi1|lo,..0-it. WW   .���"-���' 7
A   Modern   Hercules
Tossed' Around'600-Pounci  Safe .'.Like
-   ;'-     ...  -   ..."   'A Toy-,"_-'"      - 7"
_!-��� "An Wu"nidjiititled "---'"'strong.--:man- at
'���"Patterson, N: J.; -with a.-Vocabulary' of
���only-two words;- tossed around a.GtfO-
-poiiiid-.safe,f-ripped fthe door off;_!puali-
_ed .aside seven" policemen and a store
proi>riet.or,..dived .through,':*.' plate glass
���window, knocked * two men down, and
���finally".was captured, by mrans,of ,i
flying football tackle. '   Somewhere.In
rite course of fthese :activides lib received some  severe-knocks    on    the
-.head, 'one " of "which, .--physicians ."said."
might-prove fatal,. W f-W-.,' '..   '"���"���',
,- ���"Th.e man was-unidentified because
lie could only.jay "uH'Tiglif.7- .:ITe'ap-
. reared , otherwise-  dumb, a ml .-was not
���able to write." ������ "-". "   -'   -   '.'--  ':';.'--���"-."
��� A-pianist playing a 'brilliant .hum-'
ber will touch as. high, as fl'.pOO'.keys
1:\ a-minute with one hand-. .
War Veterans To Unite
Ten . .-Veterans' """""Organizations - In
,������','..' ;MontreaI -To. Join.*'League, ������'
-'rMo���i'trealr3-r.ei_ war-veterans!^ organ-5
ii-atioiis, none of 'whom fare ..united in
the "Dominion ��� Vetera us/"Alliance;, ViH"
all become'members of tlie proposed
Canadian legion,.'"either, by amalgamation br affiliation.. S.-1). .Cunningham;
secretary ofthe. Quebec council ofthe
.alliance, stated. He 'said' ail .'were,
���sympathetic, to the legicin arid-- five
have-already 'expressed aie _-intention
to jw'iii. ' These werefour branches ot
the. Great- -War Veterans' Association,
and the Tuberculosis" Veterans' Association. .   .... .   . '- ������'    .     .���:   ,   ��� ..'-''   --   - 7
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jemm^y^
Say "Bayer"-InsistF
For Colds    Headache
Neuralgia*    Rheumatism
Lumbago     Pain
*<->   j% ^^ Accept only a
t^)^*^    Bayer package
whicli contains proven directions
Handy "Paver" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles'of 24 and 100���Druggists
Aspirin la tho trade mark (registered, ln
Canada) of Bayer Manufacture ot Mono-
nceUcacldcstc- of Salicyhcacld.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
JULY .19
THE GOSPEL IN LYSTRA
Golden Text: Blessed aro they that
haye been persecuted for. righteousness' sake: for theirs ls the kingdom
of heaven.     Matthew 5.10.
Lesson: Acts 14.1-28.
Devotional Reading:  Psalm 46.1-7.
Germany's Obituary
For Earl of Ypres
Reliable and  Hontrable Soldier Saya
General von Kuhl   '
General voir Kuhl, Germany's leading authority on what is known here
as "scientific militarism," in writing a
long obituary notlce^on the Earl of
Ypres in fthe Deutsche Allgemeine
Zeitung, quotes'freely and sympathetically from both Colonel- Repington
and Lord Ypres' own memoirs. In
summing up, he writes:,
"The picture which history has to
show of him is that of a reliable and
honorable soldier, who always did
honor to England's name,
he appeared on the field
and whose adversaries are bound to
do him honor, too. But he was not a
great military leader, for, whenever
fate "confronted him with such tasks
he showed that the sacred lire did not
burn within him, and that daring and
boldness were not his strongest
points."���-Berlin' Correspondent of
London Observer.        .
whenever
of battle,
The Text Explained and Illumined
1. A cripplo made to walk, verses
8-10.���There being no synagogue at
Lyslra, Paul began his preaching in
the open air. Near him was a man
crippled from birth; probably like the
cripple whom Peter restored, he sat
begging in his accustomed place. Paul
noticed the cripple's eager attention in
his words, and believing that the man
had faith to be made whole, he said
to him, "Stand upright on thy feet."
Another manuscript (the Codex Beza?)
reads, "In tho name of Jesus Christ
I bid thee rise ancl walk." This was
just what the man had never been
able to do. Compare. Christ's words
to the man with'the palsied arm���
"Stretch forth thy hand"; the impossible happened ln both cases; the
cripple leaped up and walked.
IL The people seek to worship Paul
and Barnabas, verses 11-13.���Seeing
the cripple, walking, the people were
so amazed tliat they cried out in the
speech of their province (Lyeaonia),
"The gods are come down "lo us .in
the likeness of men." Egyptian.?
and Greeks believed that- tho gods
often assumed human bodies-- and
visited the cari.li to reward the-good
and punish the. evil. . Homer, Vergil
and Ovid record many such visits.
Cowper translates a passage from
.Homer "thus:���-'.
For, In. similitude cf'slrangers, oft.
The gods, "who can. with '.ease, j^ll
": 7 shapes assume, , ...
Tf-epair to populous ciiies, .where they
", ; ; mark ��� :y '."- '- yi:
'Vho outrageous,./amU'the righteous
. '���'- -deeds of mori.' ���'--. - y
A "-special legend bf the coming, ot
.lupiter and Mercury - to'"', this: very
region" (see..the .'second..topic) made
it natural fo"" the people to call one or'
the. apostles" .Jupiter- and"the oilier
'Mercury.. ';        WW   "���-���'-���     , ' '
Sour Stomach Risings
Quickly Relieved
The wonderful comfort and reliet
you get from even twenty drops or
Nerviline will surprise you. Take" it
In sweetened water; it's not unpleasant. Almost immediately you feel
better. Nerviline brings* up the gas
caused by fermenting food, and at tho
same time relieves that distressed
feeling In tho stomach. When colic
or cjjjinps -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 tho family, for emergent ills, always keep Nerviline handy-' on the
shelf.      Get a 35c. bottle to-day.
Connect West Coast
With the Prairies
-'.-fT.ise Miller's Worm. Powders andthe
battle'against, worms is' won. -. These
powders correct; the -morbid .conditions
of fhe 'stomach"wliich nourish worms,
arid' : these., destructive parasites .cannot, exist after, they.conier in-contact
with -the.medicine. -'.The worms-are.
speedily, evacuated with'other, refuse
ft'Oiii-fthe;' bowels. W Soundness Ms im-"
pa'rted7to. tlie organs and.the. health
of ��� the child. "steadily improves:   ��� . -:.. .
Soviet Denies  Intrigues
Would Avoid Any Action Which Could
". ������ Be Regarded'As Intervention In W
'".-���'."' . '7; .CSlinaW,'- W--. . .-
'' Foreign ' Minister."TeJiiiMjerhi".'"has
issuertWi; shucmont""''declaring "Ztiiat"
while, the" sympal hies of the.; Russians
'are -on.'-'the., side of - the.". Chinese, in
their struggle for complete" liberation
from- foreign7 domination^ the -Soviet
Government's policy Is to avoid any
action which could be regarded as
intervent'iou in, China's internal : at'-- - Excellent for Croiipy Children.���
fairs-""'   ""-""-   X-X W.. -When a child is suffering witli. croup.
" /Thb Ktateaieni-was.prompted--by ut-  ^'.y,^^}0 ,fy^: Thorn^
.-   ���  ,.- .    ���      -   ; ;      . iEclectric-  Oil.-.    II- . reduces ,the   in-
taclcs .upon boyw-t Russia in UiC'EnK-J^ammatiou.- ahd'.loqseiis. the phlegm,
lisii '--newspaper,-, in ��� connection" villi*! giving-speedy, relief' to the little mif-
the present" situation in ,ChIna.      Thej.ferer.'-,   It is equally reliable forfsore
fthroat and chest, earache,- rheumatic
Last Link In Motor Trail Now Being
Completed
Tlefore the end of the present year
the Fraser River canyon route.will be
completed and. Uritish Columbia will
have constructed the last1 link in the
chain of roads that will connect, tlie
west coast of Canada with the, prairies.
Construction has beeu rushed^ along
the Fraser during the summer moitUis.
with the result that progress has been,
even more rapid than was at first expected and the. road may be completed before the first snow falls.
For years the trans-continental
highway'has existed "with, one single
gap"���lhat between Hope and Princeton. Now that gap is being bridged
and when the road is-finished it will
add one .of tho most.scenic highways
on the continent to the'all-Canadian
artery. The possibilities of the route
in .the development of tourist . traffic
between, the. coast provinces and the
prairies are regarded.as - bey oil d cak
"cula'lion.
VAfterEfewMeal
Pass It ar'oiuid
after every meal.
Give Lthe family
the benefit of its
aid to digestion.
Cleans teeth too.
Keep it always
.    '   ix\    the, house, ggj
\y "Costs little-helpsmuch"
WRKIES
Sends Radio Pictures,./
In Natural Colon
Washington Mat) Proves Success of
His Latest invention
C. Francis Jenkins, the Washington inventor, successfully demonstrated his latest invention," "radio vision,"
to Secretary of the Navy Wilbur aud
other TJ. S. .Government oflicials, Mr.
Jenkins has .also *��� revealed the fact
that pictures1 may be sent by radio in
natural colors.
"It is well.known that pictures In
color are in common use in magazine
printing, .in window transparencies
and decorations," Mr. Jenkins explains, "the process consisting .In
making three negatives, one througn
a red screen,' :i second through a
green screen, and a third through a
blue screen. ��� When .transparencies
froin these three negatives, each
stained in its**--complimentary color,
red, green.and blue, arc superimposed'and viewed by transmitted light,
the resulta'.it picture is seen In lt��
natural colors. "    -   .   ���
;-" You'never "can." .tell." Some people,
ami - so." high tliey:.never' hit- anything
"on "earth.'"   ;.. *'���,    -���' -'W   W .''.W'"
'. Insurance 'Agent.���"My- dear .-'sir,-
have yoii-mafdy 'any .provisions- for
thoso-'who come after.you?"-;-.   *-��� ...
, Hjirupiie.���"Yes;-. \ put' the dog :nt
thef door-and -told 'the-servant .to.'say
I'm'out; of town.";- '*-.:-��� -.-".
foreign   mim'sler   denies   that;   Soviet i     . ,    ��     .   -        , .
"        ������-...���        ....      -   i pains, cuis.-bruise.s- and sprains.
Russia,   is. - carrying - op  intrigues in' 'j"homas';.K��:ec!r!e-'OII Is r'egarde
"China" against Uritish. iradt�� or against
'-'foreigners, iri gbneral.   ;.      .. '"  -    "���..-
T.r.
d by
.many, thousand.', -as an indispensable
ofthe family-iiie'diciu-jf chest; '
l.-Tiio.- cheapness - of Mother .Graves'
j Worm Kxterrriinator puts f it within
! reach.of "aU, and itcanbe- got" at any_
j druggists...
/f.MOTHER:--:^!^tcber^ O&X
7:7tbna/7(s7^ --.
^nmmm^^  .       ���.��� ;'=-^Substitute:forCastor Oil, Paregoric, Teething" Drops and Soothing. Syrups, ���especially prepared ..
for Infants iu arms and Children; aH agzs.y'y
,Td avoid imitations/always took For the. signature 6**-. _.	
.-Proven directions-on each package.'. .Physicia-U.rre-Srjrhere recomniend it
-.".--'Another Title  For Princa .'
The-."' latest .title ��� granted"-tt. vtbe"
Prince.Is tliat of ''Alluvial Diamond
Digger..":' Au official certificate7eii-.
(it.Iihg hihi-'to tills honor, was.present--
'td; 'by "the : "Digger's "."Committee".\of-
WestfBarklvy'.'""- -H��."��� was,' somewhat
-aiuu.��eii-'when lie .was Informed by the
committee'"that. ��� the ��� certificate is' ac-;
!cord(_d "only'to.persons ;of .indubtiable
honesty.",'   f.'.W"'-   7   ���'.���'���     ::  ' ���"'
. Yellow ffever destroyed "thousands
of Frenchmen ln..fho early - tiightiea,
who7-attempted, to dig. the 'I'unaiua
Canali W.".-- "..-*   ���        - '.   ,
..--7 A Double Alarm
"Olyd-lo see. you getting.in'on time-
thesf!" "morniiigs;. Mr.Slowo/'said the
manager. .'W..:'" ' "- ". '���__- .- , .���
".. "Yes'.'si'r, I've got a parrot now." ���'
"A ''parrot'.,.; What.for?-' .. 1 "advised
you to get an alanii clock." -.- '.-" ...
"~"i"did7sIr,:but"affei-"^-~fe^sr'mornings
I got-used to it and at. failed-to. wake
nie.f .So l^got a .parrot and np\y*wiion'
'I.retire i"li,.hg. the alarm-clock over
his cagtf. v - it; rwakes tho. parrot and
what, -the bird says, would .arouse .a'ny-
bed'y.' --Boston" Transcript.. ,-,..'.   :\ y
FOR DIARRHOEA
DYSENTERY
ANDflU
SUMMER COMPLAINTS
;. ���  EXT-Of .T7
Gives Instantaneous Relief
-.It lias been a Jtonsehold remetlyfor
.over 80 yoars.   You can .always rely"
oh it in time of need.
.-Manufactured    only   hy   The.T..
.MUburn Co.j Limited, Toronto,_0nt.^_.^
-  ;;.       "The Carsadian-Arctic ;���   _;���".'
" 7"he .merest   glance -attliemap, or,
bettVfr"..at. a glebe,- sIiows'f-;that- if'cbin-
meroial aviation ^fulfils the. hopes-of
its promoter."* tlip great'��� intercolonial,
air   Janes    will   -He in tne far.riorlh.
Siberia and Alaska   will   both.' have
great . linporinnci^jjandwso.:-.will r.any-.
island- founU-'-TurtliPrr-iorthVle.xen'^rJt',:
is only big"'enough" to provide.'a_iilling j
station "and enough .level ground for |
an aviator to alight and   'take.- off.-
Springflel'd-Republican.".
Minard's Liniment fer Sprains
n. vx ms v
'", -".  6,000 Mi les of Roada: - " " ���
'.'The��� province -of'.Quebec--now* has
0,000.;miles-.of'modern.iihprovcd roads,
including a-coiiiplcfcf systeiii" of. inaln
trunk highways and. county or market
ibads, 'and a,' large ���,liurhberf of local
roads;" says'-.the Quebec' oflicial .bulle-
tlii df:the roads;depai*tm'en.l. -"'- "These
C..000  miles.. of .roads-.represent iAilr-
-teen*.-years bf strenuous and sustained
work:     They; cost,- in ; construction;
repair"-.an* maintenance,    over _.,$.G0,-
O0O.OO0."f-. ���' -'' X'X '-   } x-   ' '���������X'X'
-' y ��� X >���;''- .   ':- ; v     .   yz.X. ���
Minard's. Liniment for Sore  Feet   f
The Professional Farmer
Cuticura:. Talcum-
It3 parity, smoothness and" &a-
grance^ combined vriih ��� aHtiseptJc
and prophylsctic jpiopertiee whidb
help to overcome disagreeable
odors, -Bake it. an esseatial toilet
requisite.
3ks->_�� S��_i inehrUaS. A44-ass Otsadten
nmZ. "8*rab��-��i,tt4.��:��irft~i.'* P��4-��,So����
JSe OjafeaMt S *s& SSe. TalciEsSffi. -
" Caticrara 5___*vh_g Stick 25c.
Brought Millions To Canada -'.
; Since f tho British cattle embargo
was -lifted:on April 1,: _923, 1S8.S50
head of .ca'l.li! had -been shipped to
tfreat iitr'itaiii uji.to Way ?.\ last, and
the estimated' value'. - to. .f Canada'" of
ihoae exports U- $}4,l35,7.15.- iTjiis
was felated in thii commons" in answer
to a', question..',, W._
Farmer Must be a  Specialist  Highly
'       -  Educated in His Business
* That" slack farming methods do not
pay. is ^generally "accj-pted;   but  that
slack: fanning methods'are. a. waste "of
national- assets "and .ah injury tb the ;
landless.population must, be a creed .
Of- the future.}    Already    there    an* -
abundant signs that the -farmer-must
be, a"-'scientist; highly educated. la his .
biisiub-is and understanding to.the last
point the natural forces wliich :he calls;
.into play.;i -As siieli.he will take-btai
place as si professional man���the moat
hjgbiy resii'octed professional man ot
��It.���Sydney BuiletlnW. "-
Nev/.Thermometer, ������;"".
- A'.' newly.,   invented    thermometer *
registers both  indoor/-, and    outdoor
lemrierature. - -For the outdoor t??ni-
perature . tho buib- is placed -'outside,"
the window and a*"tuoe runs [iaiq ihsy.
room".'- '.-'-'���"      ."        ���'.--"'   "- .-" . i"
ifaepykiwSh&mNGat
Powerful Medicine,���The , Healing
properties. In "fsix..essential ���, oils; aro
concentrated In-every bottle-of Dr.
Thomas*.. Eclectric.;,Oi!.,.forming.one
of .the -most beneficial ,liniments: ever
offered tp'the use of man.' Many.can
testify" ,.as- "lo -its power in .allaying
pain," and many-more can certify," .that
ihey-jowe their "health: to it.-'"'iIts'-wbn-
tlerfiirpower;'is---not expressed by the
f-mall price'. at which it sells". *.
Sclentiiits, who are tracing future |
[paths of earthquakes,.state ihat Am-j
j ��'rica .is safe,. owing to'- the great |
'depth   of   the. mountainous land for- j
mation'-j.-i  ��� , i
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W_^*HDxKVS*B_.��DDER.(G��?v��..*!l'>cl;<irHf.aa,
Mir-ard's  Liniment far  Neuralgia
_S
over HAtr a eawTui
klEGLEHG'S
W-Utl HD..JEVS*B_.��DDER. (G
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SAtK aso e_t,i*_n.r yo* unites ��ii_tsn- ���
US. LE; OLEuU S AP3ESt-.HT.PJl.La.
Sot4 by l*s-la_ Ch-ciittt.-    Prtr*a In Englsnt 3��_ .
Sttt-tSCtEBC JJet_.C��-.H��-!����'��*S*- S.W.S.X.C**!*
�� ��U_3 SI. J O fro-a ��. t-BO*rSt-P���Tohobto. Sh*
mft. li��6i-*s 3-ra.Br. Mew Yoift Oir.
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As it is PACKED IN AIRTIGHT TINS -this
excellent plug tobacco always REACHES YOU
.in the same PERFECT CONDITION as when
it left our factory; full-of--strength and flavour.
20^
per
mmwfutt/hcd bv iMpc��t��. tobacco compaw of Canada, imnn,
rATii->*A^AVATAVATATATATATATATA^
Increase In
Public Debts
"Growth of Municipalities and Cities
Reason \For EKpansion
Aa a consequence ot the expanding
indebtedness of "the municipalities
and provinces of tlie Dominion, more
than one hundred million dollars was
added to the-grand total of ledoral.
municipal and provincial debts last
year., The-increase for the year previous was approximately $72,000,000.
la tho case of the fedeial debt, a marginal reduction was effected. Thc
increase in piorincial indebtedness
was only aboul 5;.;.,000,000 so that the
.responsibility for tho rise must be
placed largely upon the shoulders ot
the municipalities, whose new issues
totalled ?91,697,:. 76.
Thai ihe municipalities of Canada
should have added ho extensively to
their .indeb-.'.-dness af a time when
every effort is being made lo economize, and to u'dueo'tlit* uuwieldly
burden of taxes, seems at'first thought
to'reprt'seitt.a gi'oss misinterpretation
of the public will. But there" were
substantial reasons why un increase
Js mon�� to be expected in the case.of
tho inuni.-ipaJliies than of lhe federal
and provincial administrations. While
tho cofts of government are expanding
gradually, a-id more diversified service
is required, the *��� country's actual
growth is r.-.-pif-sented by tiie growtn
in size of the cities and municipalities
Too rigid economy in the case of the
hitter means straugulation. Furthermore a lurg_> number of municipalities
throughout the couutry are undertaking public- service projects, and their
indebtedness is thus enlarged. The
bu'k of the increase can be' accounted
for hy a relatively small group of tno
larger citler-i.���Financial Post.   -
Risks Run By Royalty
Even
Are
���-���^Population of Germany WW
.. Provision 0    figures   .of the census
; taken- in- June show that the population of. Germanj-.is. 'roughly; 62;500,000,
excluding the-Saur region, the pqpu-.
- lation of- which is "estimated at another 750,000. -. Berlin, with a.pojmla-
tiono_:-8,90(>,000is still ."the- second
largest.city <if Kurope...    '���'.--
MISERABLE AND
ALWAYS IN PAIN
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Dependable
" ���-  Help for Mothers w
". * Port Creviile, Nova Scotia.���** I tobk-
.'. your medicine for a terrible pain in my.
side and for weakness and headaches. I
.; seemed to bloat all over; too, and my
. feet and hands were the worst!. . I am.
- the. mother of four children and I aim
nursing my baby���the" first one of four
i could nurse. : I took Lydia E. Pink-:
ham's Vegetable Compound before the,
baby's; birth; so you can see bow much
st heiped me. I cannot praise it too
highly for* what it has done for me.   I
, took all kinds of medicine, but the Vegetables Compound is the only one that
has helped rne for any lengtfi of time.
.I'recon.mend it to any one with troubles
like mine and you may use my letter fora
testimonial.'"���Mcs.RoBEBTMfpCteLUS*'",
-;��� Port GreviHb, Nova Scotia. . ���
'  Before and afterchiid-blrththeH-Othei.
will find Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
: Compound a.blessing.    '���-..      '...-.
Many, many letters are received gjv-
. ing. the same sort <of, experience aa is
���' -giveni'ia- this letter. Not only isi the
mother benefited, but the_fc good results
pass onto the child. -
7No -harmful drugs -aire used, in-the.
preparation of this-medicine���just roots
and herbs���anil it can be taken ih safety
���by the nursing, mothpr.
J33 out of every 100 womsn reported
bent..It from its use. in a recent canv&33
aasong women users, of this medicine. Q
Well    Loved    Sovereigns
Victims of Fanatics
The recent, attempt upon the life of
King J.oris of Bulgaria calls attention
to lho risks .run by royally.
Exalted persons live beneath the
shadow of a menace -\vhieh does not
spare them .oven if they are loved by
Iheir people; for the crazy individual,
or tlie political fanatic believing assassination is lawful, seeks out the
c.xalU'd.
Compared with foreign royalty,-the
"British sovereign moves with perfect
freedom among his people! Nevertheless tho ''shadows" who watch In-"
dividuals,never relax thcir vigilance.
Two experienced Scotland Yard men
ioliow the King wherever he goes;
while the,-Priuce of Wales also has a
���'bhadow" attached to his suite.
Quyen Victoria was beloved, but
five tunes she was the object of attack. Kin_. Kdward, when Priuce of
Wales, was shot at by a crazy young
;.r.arehl_.f"in i.russiis railwaj fetation���
a man named Spiiio, who said afterwards that he believed it to .bo his
"dutj" to kiil kings and princes.
KoyaU.\ do not like being "shadowed," but ir - i.s a necessity lo wliich
ihey nnisi bow
War  Secret  Just   Revealed
Why King George Gave  Decoration to
'fMarshal Foch
_.A'fJarii.7papci* publishes aii interview with Marshal Foch on the dark
jlaj-sf ot" 0*.apbcr7 ��� 1.914, when,Lord
French was in command of the British
army and holding-up the Germans-in
Belgium.;   ', ,-
, "1 -met.'French'; whom I knew, before
the war, at V'pres in October, IDl-l,"
said. Marshal. Foch.. "In spite of t,he
promise of his name, he spoke French
badly \-_nd ���understood less. This Is
the way we managed to understand
each other."      ���
.Marshal Foch then cut off a piece
of paper about live by four inches
from a sheet of, foolscap.
"It was a piece of-paper no'bigjrcr
than this which held the whole plan
of the batfle of Ypres," he said. "I
wrote ou if: 'First, here are' the
troops, letjliein slay; second, let them
slick-there, lot tlieui hang on, no matter what happens.'
"I handed him the.papeiW 'To-moi:-
row,' I said, '1 will send what I can
spare from my 9th Corps lo your left,
and to your right what arrives of the
16th' Thai^was all. It was written; Jf it did not succeed, the responsibility was mine.
"French read it. -We.-looked at
each other for a moment. . I thought
he was going to exclaim that it was
impossible-.- Not at all. He said
nothing.
"In that moment, perhaps, the fate
of the world, certainly that of" England, was decided. My old war comrade showed confidence. lie turned
over the paper and wrote on the back.
'To be carried out,' aud signed It.
Well, -.on sou how right he was. Then
imagine what happened to me at Cas-
sel, where 1 had my G.I-I.Q.
"On December 2 the King of England, in person, if you please, said to
me, 'General French has fold me what
niy troops, he, England aud I myself
owe to you. Although the laws ot
the order do not permit such a high
dignity to be conferred on a general,
even of an army, 1 will waive ihat and
make you a Knight" Grand Cross ot
the Order of the Bath.'"   .
Want  Lots Of Funnels
They
Two
European    Emigrants    Believe
Make Ship Safer
new    liners   which have just
been  fitted   with   throe  funnels  each.
instead of the one tunnel which was
lltlcd in their sister ship.
Tho change is curiously interesting.
King Edward, a yeai | because it is mainly dictaied by the
any
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CONSTIPATION, w
w indigestion,.;wv
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-WW'BOWELS.'.' 7V7
before his death, was entering Buck- j human    element    and   not    by
Ingham Palace grounds when a man*��Peciul engineering necessity,
was  found concealed in a shrubbery,;     Shore-living citizens wlio go to sea
he   proved   to  be a  deranged  person i iikf'# Plenty of funnels In their ships,
who though he liad a right to spoalt to  There is a queer idea abroad that the
(he king.
Famous  Athletic  Clergymen
Men  Who  Rowed  in  University  Boat
Races Reached High Degrees in
In Church"*
li is over ninety-six years, since the
first,boat  race  was  rowed  between
crews from  llie great universities ot
Ganibrldgi__aiid Oxford: ~ .~I��"~5a"'liitoi--"
esting to: note-that-a-number of-the
men.- who. composed- the  fih.t* crews
reached -high."degrees in- the church.
The "ff.Oxford  .crew  Included  Charles,
.Wordsworth,-a cricket as well "as .a
rowing Blue; ,who' b'ecariie-.--Bishop of
Stf._'--Andrews;'. , J.' J. "Tobgood," afterwards Prebendary .'of York; -T.- F.- Gar"-..
"nier,' Dean-'of fLineoiri";"'-and fW.-..It.
Freemantie.: Dean of Kipon.'"-   Of the
Cambridge,   men, . A. F. Bayford was
late**.'. Chancellor, '.of 7 the. Diocese, of
"Manchester; C; Merlvale beeame-'Deati.
of- Ely; ;and; G. ,'A: Selwyn" was  the
-famous; Bishop. of; Now' -Zealand.' and
.���iru-rwards of- Lichfield. " '77'.' '���':.
more funnol:> a ship has, the faster she
steams. Tbe central European emigrants havt^ji deeply rooted belief
that, the safety of the ship is tleter-
mined by the number of tunnels.
It is a well-known iact in the shipping" *world that emigrants have'refused to sail in certain ships because
there wore not enough funnels. Tho
literature that has" been shown to
them In Gracowr PrzeinyssJ���"and .Nijni
Novgorod ���.showed-a" ship with'three
funnels,-'and. they -were ".1101 going;,b"y
any other,.ship,'by any- ship. that*, was.
I not important enoughf to..have more
than-one finnel.     -       7 7'' ;-':---'.
Focfi  Has  Simple  Tastes
Spend. Much Time Ori Small Farm In
W ."7" '. Brittany,-_":'-.'.'"-.'���.
.. Xrhv. great/Marshal Foch. who has
.been . vlsiti'ig. London, :. has.. Himpie
tast.es*". He ,i<_ fond-of the'country,
and Spends as .much time -as "' possible on his"'small farm in Brittany. As
a worker lia is.lnde'fatig-abie;'. aiid, although", . 7i, . -rarely - shows signa of
fatigue: Erery night. ltd records the
dp!i.gs,of thi;-day in a..huge ledger." He
is a devout I.omari. Catholic, and/an'
invt'ferate.pipe" smoker, but he.so*.con--
stant'Iy lets. his. pipe' go out and sc-
lights. it. that.lie gives the onlooker
the.-impression that "he* consumes
more matches than, tobacco..   7
&.-   O.   J.S35
Famous  Historic  Volume
"The ,;Charter Bo.ok" 'Contains . Autb:
.graphs of Britain's .Great Men :
"One of. the most famous books- in
Great- Britain is the., property of. the
Royal'Society .and is- known,as "The.
Charter. Book." ���--, It -..is" bound fin-red
���".���civet with gold; clasps, and" corner-
pieces, its pages, of the finest vellum,
beautifully, illuminated, contain "the
signatures/of all;its members during
"the past two .and a half centuries���
probably the n.osi wonderful collections of. great-men's .-autographs, in/the
world. The eignatures. of. almost, all
British", sovereigns, and princes, are
thero, from "Charles It.,-Founder":to
King.-Edward,.������Kin's " George and. the
-Princei.of."Wales'." W   7"-
- "Some boys never'grow up.. ���- Take,-
for, iiistaucc, tiie fellow.who.-persists
in flowing,-hia. horn ,every ��� time ' he
'finds-himself'iri .the middle, of a'tvaf-
fic jam.'-"'   ,-,'���-,,  -,-'���' - -.'..
Men don't actually fail because they
knock7they knock because thcy.have
failed. .  ' -"" '���'.'   '  X ' ''    ':"'77"    ''���'���
���Prince Rupert. Elevator..-',.-
. "C:';'I>.- Howe, 'experi^grain'.crigint.-er,';
of Port Arihiir.,left."for the east73fter"i
irisi>ect��h"g th*-. govvrnnien't-, plant now'!
under construct ion' at' Princo Rupe'rt.-
Mr.Tibwe'stat'.'s .that lie Is well satis-
iied" with-the, progress' being madt* on
the olevaior, which will be r*?ady for
use by.next,-November,-it is'.'expect--
f-d. The plant will- be-aa important
factor-in tlie export of prairie grain
'via the'Pacific.'coast, according.to Mr.
Howe. .     - -
OH! MY B_SeK!
..\I.issage: with-  Minard's   and 9.
feel'the-pain disappear.'
Your Option
More than half the disease and sickness afflicting civilization and overcrowding our hospitals might easily
be prevented if men and women would,
on their own account, 'exercise something approaching the knowledge and
skill wliich they lavish upon their cars
and domestic animals. They study
aud discuss with each other the pros,
and cons of thp minutest,detail connected with obtaining maximum eiliciency of tho machines they ride in,
Avhlle countless volumes from tho pens
of eminent authorities are pored over
iu exhaustive search for the best procurable information regarding correct
feeding and care of horses, cattle,
poultry, dogs und cats.
vWith both man and beasl""the blood
Is the life" and the composition of thc
blood Is dependent upon the nature
of the food supplied the digestive organs. The body of every living creature contains sixteen elements. Like
elements exist in fertile soil and In the
tissues of healthy plants and the human body can only be maintained in
health by a requislto supply of all
these essential elements which, in
variety and perfection, are. bountifully
provided by Nature.
The diseases or civilization have
increased to an alarming extent by the
refinement ot natural foods to the
practical extinction of- the organic
salts essential to the produciioiKand
maintenance of a good condition of
the blood Wan is the only creature
known ro destroy tho health-preserving values of h'is food.
For example, white Hour is produced by tiie extraction (if Ihiee-f'ouiihs
ot the mineral .salts aud colloids lrom
the wheat. Including tins sails of
phosphorus, sulphur, calcium, potassium, iron, chlorine, fiuoiiue, magnesium, manganese, etc. Hence, the author, Allred - W. Mc'Cann. justifiably
terms while bryad "a food less lood."
The boiling of vegetables dissolves
most of their priceless mineral salts.
Ail vegetables which require cooking
should bc cooked by steaming. Cookers or steamers, of "various makes, can
be bought which allow vegetables ��0
be cooked without Joss of salts. Such
steamers aro economical���saving tnel
and bpace, as several saucepans are
fitted ono above the other���1 pudding,
2 potatoes, 3 vegetables or roots, I
nieaf. poultry or fish.-
' lUxcesaiv-. consumption of whilo
sugai and all form,, of preserved
fiults and starchy foods produce such
maladies as catarrh, ha/-fever, asthma, rhrumatism, arthritic, heart dis���
"c.ase,���etc'.'thcf body lib longer retaining its/norrii.il.���alkalinity"-'of tin. blood,
the-' nature of -the ensuing disease
largely'..depands on ihe inherited "tendencies'(if the,subject. ' .. -f ," " ...
"-. Originally endowed wjth sound coil's ti tut ions, 'men and.-women-may,';*with
apparent-- impunity. ��� defy.- Nature's
laws arifdrcouiremeuts-regardlhg'-t heir
diet for years, but, for-such" defiance,.
Nature'- will- tvooner"' "or-later'-exact
commensurate penalties,- '��� XX '
��� Only iu recent, years.has thp sub.-'.
Ject - A correct rational diet:- occupied.
civilized.public -attention..'but with.the
.knowledge, easily obtainable-concern-.
ing this vitally Important matter., it
has now literally, bejeomo. your, 'option
to 'forthwith commence .making long
���iliif.-- restitution "to.' your "body.-:or;-;*t'o"
look forward:,to such physical.pains,
and''penalties aa"-will'be demanded by
.Nature -for/ y'our.past -neglect.'before
your premature'. death .'terminates! the
healthful life which still belongs to you
if you wish to retain"enjoymentof your
���most .-valuable--possession.-, ��� The-'fact
���tliat the uncivilized-races, 'which'live
naturally.-' "are .unacquainted with. al--
liiost" all the fashionable, but.-ncver-
���thfde.-M fatal! diseases of. civilization,
emphasizes the truth of the;statement"
that 'the further wo'-depart' from. Nature'* 'inviolable: laws;: regarding our
food, the quicker *7we create ' trouble
for ��� ourselves-in the form- of; self-in-
-.-.fllctcd diseases ' naturally- resulting.
1 from- .our insistence..upon ��� refinement
land 'sophisticated cooking_:;- 1639 A'.b...
:George" Herbert '.made. "d'\ statement
j:which...has,'-not yet been contradicted:,
; ���'���Whatsoever was tlie- father" or'-thc-
i '��� ' disease,- --��� :":.'X iX'X: ->��� '.
An ill diet was tin" mo!l:t.-r,"
Hoping that mentai dlgestiuri of
these lines wiil rC-sult in greatlv ini-
proved health and happiness of Vheir
readers.  -  Vour ��� sincerely.'
���CHARLES WALTER.
51  Brunsw'ick Avenue, Torot-to.
Gift That Is Invaluable
People Giving Blood to Hospitals Have
Saved Many'Lives
The -British Government has con-,
ferred a decoration upon a member
of an ambulance'- corps: . During the
last five years he has on'''44 occasions
given a pint of his blood to patients'
iri a London hospital who wero in a
critical condition. He Is quite a poor
man, has never sought: a penny reward,
and says he did it "to help the hospital.'*
Tliere are pqople who cvow they
"would give their" life-blood" for" one
cause or another.-; Here is a man
who Is literally doing it. We help
our hospitals with linen, canucd fruit
aud sometimes with money. How
many "ever think of offering their
blood? It is just as useful in a hospital as any other gift. Large institutions have their lists of regular contributors of blood, tested and tabulated, healthy people .ready to answer a
sudden call. Any hospital would appreciate an offer of .that kind. It
means a great deal- more than a
cheque; "it may mean the saving of.
somebody's life, and money alone cannot do that.
RED HOT JULY DAYS
"      HARD ON THE BABY
"Whatsoever was the father of the
dtpeuse,
AN    -ILL      DIET  :  WAS       TUB-
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���".Wltho.it health life is not life, lito
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July���tho month of oppressive
heat; red hot days and sweltering
nights; is extremely hard on lit.le
ones. - Diarrhoea, dysenlry, colic and
cholera infantum carry off thousands
of precious little lives every summer.
Thc mother must bo constantly on- her
guard to prevent these troubles, or if
they come on suddenly to fight them.
No   other   medicine   is of such aid to   _ , ���, ., ,   _ .,
mothers during the hot summer as is  ^'aary   Mother  and   Baby   Awarded
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casional dose given to the well child
will prevent summer complaint, or if
the trouble does come on suddenly
will banish it. The Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Could  Sell   Cheap Too
A young matron, shopping, asked a
pitcher the price of hamburger steak.
"Twenty-five cent- a pound,"' he replied.
"Bul ai the corner ..tore it i.s only
iwolvo cent*.," said"the customer.
"Veil, vhy didn't you buy it there?"
"Because thoy haven't  any."
"Oh, I see," said ihe butcher. J'Ven
1 dou't have it 1 s>eil it for len cents a
poutul.''    -
the empire's mother and baby competition at the British Empire exhibition, Wembley, < are Mrs. MacDonald,
7S0 Eighte-nlli Ave.. West. Calgary,
Alta, and John Duncan Claude MacDonald. Announcement of Mrs.
MacDonald and her child winning the
prize was made al Wembley recently.
The first prize in tlie competition,
which has been won hy Mrs. MacDonald with her b':.by. is an endowment'
policy of ��100 and ��20 in cash.
Drives Asthma Like JWagic. The.
immediati. help from Dr. J. D. Kel-'
logg's " A.iriiniit Remedy seems litre'
magic. Nevertheless 11 is only a
natural remedy used in a natural way.
The    smoke   or   vapor, reaching thc
URINi
NIGHT 6-
MORNINGS
KEEP YOUR EYES
CLEAN   CLEAR AND   HEALTHY
vuti ��o___��Mi er�� cam sooK-MUK.m co.cmcjio&u**
Want  Move Against  Cotf._ni_n.3n-.
A   petition  asking  collectivo iiiti'i-
most .-"emote passage:"of "the "affectedif national action   against    communism
Minard-'s. Liniment for Rheumatism
tubes, brushes aside the trouble and'
opens a way ior fresh air to enter.
It is sold by dealers throughout lhe
land.
Two French archaeologists have
unearthed an alphabet dating back to
3200 B.C.
Dogs cannot bo landed in Great
Britain unless a license has been previously obtained from the board of
agriculture in London.
In'.the". Business" 7'*.
. !:Miss'Helen has iri veiy hair."
"She Jgets -li fronf-herf father.'
���.'"But. he "is bald!".,     , "7   ."
."Yes",- but he's a.hairdresser."
f Nti man Or woman" should, hobble
painfully about' because of.corns when
so certain a .relief' is nt -hand as Hbl-:
loway's Corn Removc.\ :' .. - - - - f, ".-
���'��� -Britishers'--'love -their tea: sii -much
ihat about-one-half-, of7-the" world's
production' of... tea. is' coii'sunied." by
then*, z.   - ----W ���-��� '" f -."���    ���
-Riders of the Plains
. W�� di> not suppose ;there ar�� enough
of thcr Canadian Mounted Police to
coyer; every, foot cif .territory fn**t.ho
Dominion. -. And, jet. the Canadian
Mounted is"-known "as one, of.the finest*, law-enforcing" 'agencies''-. in ' the.
.world���Indianapolis* Nctv'R.V
. "Tlie area, of the- Sahara- Desert*' Is
larger than..the United . States..- - by
nearly 500.600-square'miles':���':���
has been sent to all governments by
the "International Enleute against the
Third Internationale."
This organization, with headquarters at Geneva, represents anii-Bo!-
shevisi groups in twenty-one nations.
Both princes afffl princesses cannot
marry tinder the age of 25 without'the
King's consent. If over 25, tliey may
marr->i_by_ giving:! 2_month��_notice_to
the privy .council, unless parliament
disapproves the match. ��� ,-[ .  -
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Rock Creek Items
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your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Rod and Gun Club'
A meeting of the Greenwood &
District Rod and Gun Club was
held in the Bank of Montreal
Building, Greenwood on Friday,
July 10th. " Jas. Kerr was ih the
chair. There was a good attendance and many interesting
matters connected with local
sport "were : discussed. Major
Gray.who'was  recently' sent  by
-the. Club as a.delegate to. the
convention of the Allied Board
held at Kelowna,- gave .full details* of. the-.matters brought up
-at-that" gathering.;- He gave particulars of.au attempt being made
* throughout. B.C. 7 to form a-sep-':
ara t'e --Game". Conservation, Bpard
.and" be.-. stated-.-"that--with /this
object in view ������'the-. Allied"' "Board.
-in conjunction .with- other: Game
/AsspcifatibBs-.had'.' recently sent a
"representative-t'o -Victoria'to take
up",   -the   ..question;.' with "'..the
-Attorney --.-.General. /.'. There ' is
reason ; to ..suppose.''-"- that good
-progress  has. been  made.-in the
���matter;..- -. 7, ���- - ��� .- ���-'-[.'���- y
.-The meeting unanimously eu-
dorsed the nomination; of .Major
Allati Burke���a";, zoologist \acd
ornithologist - of. note���for/ the'
position.-of a--, "'member-/of ;the
Board/of Honor ary: .Game Commissioners,. ���". promised - -by f - the
���Attorney-General;-���WW'. ":";*--' _'
": A7 number of hew members
were, added to the growing list of
menibers to. the Greenwood and
District. "Rod and Gun- Club.7 It
was decided to hold the, next
meeting* in "the.Fall;'. - // " -   -"7,.
Picnic Prize Winners
���'; ," The following is -a :,list of "the
prize wi nners' at . tbe sports held
.. in connection with,the"Community.
.   Picnic .on   Wednesday.-of,,, last
week:-'7-7 .Xy)-XX        .""-.,-'=;.- --..-.'
G-irJs.'uruler 6���1st, Kathleen Madden;
"'.2nd, Margaret MtCiirrath.v ���   [���.'..... '.*'
. Boys   under,. 6���1st,   Stanley,' Case;
-'2nd,-Donald Francis.-  . ..."-.  ,'   ...W  . _
Girls.under 8���ist,; May Clark; 2iic-,
' ."Kathleen Madden.'-'* *���- "-W 7-   Xy y[i
. Boys'under 8���Gordon".Sortome;-2mi,:
'��� Jack Clark.'"'"*..7/W-. 7"-"'"'���.-i'-7'"   ���"'-���.'   -
���.'Girls- ."under-, lOWlst,  Alice Ritchie;'
'"' V2nd,*.BeaCriceMcI;areii7-'_    ; '7.'7  -.'���"
;-"B6j's under 10-r-lst,.--Mark. Madden;
' 2nd,' John McGillivary...Roy Hallstroin,
"' Girls .tinder 12^-lst,-'.JI*.-*Ba-tke;,.'2n''d��-
H." McG-ra'de; 3rd; W Ritchie. -     7
Boys mide.r .'l2^-_s'.7;Bakk.e; 72nd, A.
McCurrach; -Srd.'T. Walmsleyf-
:-..-- Girls 14 aiicTunderWlstj. Helen Kerr;,
,2nd, Dorothy MacKenzie.
���"Boys    14  and    under1���1st,'..George
15rys.r.; ���* .2r.d,_. Leo Madden;  3rd,' .Mere-
;  dith-Fenner.:: 7-.-...'.:.,.-       ,
Ladiesrace���lst/.S. ���Price; 2nd; M.
KlinGskvi 3rd, Mrs7T)or:nan.W.-' .���?; ..-
Centiped    fRaceWlstX..'team,.-ff-Hugh
McCurrach.    Lewis   :'Clerf,/.'*/Melvyn'
Fenner. '-    * ." - .
Ceiitiped race���1st team, L. Madden,
G. Bryan, VT. Walmsley.
Hop Step and. Jump���1st, Meredith
Fenner,   25- it. 9 it..-;  2ad, Allan Mc-
- Currach, 25 ft. 5 in.; Roy -Bakke, 23, ft-
2in.".���        _/'   XX.']   ,.'���"������       '""X'x
'��� Hop Step and Jump���1st, L. Madden,
23 ft. 10 in.; 2nd,' G. Bryan, 28 ft. 2 iri.
Hop,   Step  and, Jump^-lsi,   Eileen
. Bryan, 24 It. 2 in.;:'2nd, Helen "Bakke,
23. tt. 3'in.; 3rd, .Alio* Ritchie/22 ft. *���,'.���
(By G. Willis)
W. Hatton was a visitor to town
on Saturday.
A. B. Winter, of Grand Fork?,
was a visitor at Riverside on
Thursday.
Stevie Pittendrigh made a Hying
trip home in his bug from Beaverdell on Saturday. -
Dr. A. FranciF, of Greenwood,
motored through town enroute to
Beaverdell on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson motored to Rock Creek on Saturday to
attend the school meeting.
A. Porter, Custom's Officer at
Myncaster, motored to Greeuwood
on Friday to attend the Rod aud
Gun Club meeting.
There is a constant stream of
touriBts going through town, Penticton seems to be the Mecca to a
large majority of them.
S. T. Lavsen visited his old homo
town on Wednesday,- July Stb.
We were pleased to see him and
regret he could not stay longer.
The sad news of the death of F.
F. Ketchum, of Beaverdell, reached
here on Friday evening. It was
received with deep regret and sorrow, in that another old pioneer
had passed away.
A well attended meeting was
held at Riverside Hall oil Thursday, July 9th. Mr. C. Roberts
representing the International
Bible Students association gave a
splendid lecture which was greatly
appreciated by the audience.'
The Annual Meeting of the Rock
Creek School was held'on Saturday
at 8.o'clock.' It waa well/attended
considering, the busy."time of -.the
year.- 0*. Wheeler -.was ; unanimously re-eleeted'Secretary TriiEt.ee
for the following-three yeara". ,7.-The.
other twoTrufitees are*W: Johnson
and Mrs;''.Pittendrigh.-.. I.Wwasfde-'
elded, that "* a series of card .parties
"and entertainments -should,, be
-given, this'"fall,'-'for' the berie/i 6... tithe school.
7;      Mining Notes      -
*-Roy-Clothier hasfshipped a-car-'
i"6ad'of:high grade ore. from the
Beaver "at Beaverdell andffa second
shipment-is being . haulfed .to the
railroad.-, f ���- 7"- '[.["���        ���. *"'��� ���":"::,' f." .-'
. 'A rich strike-was recently-made
on.-the";-' Bounty..- at7Beaverdell
under,bond-to Henry."-Lee."" -Itis
stated/that it ���will-measure'', up'to
:atiy .find.bn7Wiallace- -Mountain;W
The Elkhorn fraction-has been,
kept free of water with an e.lecr
tne pump and. drilling operations
will-be resumed this week." Messrs
McGillis, .Hambly and.,Walters,
the-owners, are very well pleased
with the showing in this-mine, .
Joe Caron and partner, Harry
Dickson have bonded",-the' Winnie
and Harold'': mineral', claims at
Sheep Creek to a Vancouver-company, for, $50,000.; -,x\Ir. Caroa has
:taken -��� charge*,* for - the .-"company
and ' a;-250-foot iuhneiwill" be
driven f to cross-cut,;-three leads.
.The ;. values - are fin; 'free-gold,-
galena and;zinc. ;". ,-;     ..
7 Deep'gratification, is fell in Carta-..
dian .Pacific .Railway...circles"���'over'.
the 'receipt...of the followingf cable--
'gram'sent--to President E.-fW. Beatty;
���.by iHisf'.Royai-'Highness the -Prince,
.'of Wales:W''Uiny.um.:., South Africa,;
���July. 2hd.WHaye.-just heard of Mr.':
-Koward's;death.    Please convey tof
relatives'   my _. deepest .-sympathy.
.(Signed)..Edward.P.."- _The-latef-Mr.
f W; 15: Howard- Was twice, in /charge/
of-the -Prince of .Wales'", train.' when
Hi's- Royal -Highness travelled.-over
Canadian Pacific lines.
For the second time-in tKef .His-,"
___��� ��� "
tory   of   the    newsprint- industry;':
. Canadian output has  run -ahead of'
���that of the United  States.    During-
. the .month-of. May Canada produced
f 130,013 -tons of -'-newsprint,; as., com-
'pared."--with'129;0Z6ft6ns-in^
'States.'  The;;cu'niuiatiYe7fproduction;f
of Canadian"fniiils" for the-first7fjve_:
. months- of-the current "year   totals..
622,235'7which 'favprabiy- compares,
with 'a production; of ;63p.o'34 m; the -
United' States;'-.during':  the  -samp;
period. W7"!- W7.W^;7:-7'-7-7:" ";���,���'���.'-'.���'.
Ledge ;;Ads; f 7Bring -^sults
H
ere an
dTh
ere
This year's receipts from motor
vehicles licenses in New Brunswick
already amount to $422,000. This
amount is larger than the total for
any year, except last year when the
gross receipts for the whole twelve
months were $452,489. The estimate
for the present year is half a million.
The mines and quarries of the
Province of Quebec produced to tho
value of $18,952,890 during 1924,
according to the final report issued
by the Provincial Department of
Mines. Building materials account
for $11,380,977; other non-metallic
minerals $7,191, and metallic minei'-
als ��380,804.
"In the Cascades and falls of the
.Canadian Rockies x there is enough
hydro-electric power to supply the
American west with all the electric
energy it will need for ages to
come," declared W. Paxtoii Little,
treasurer of the Niagara Palls Power
Company, who recently visited Banff
with a party of distinguished American  electrical magnates.
iec
That the Province of Quebec
abounds in historic and romantic
material for the construction of
popular novels, is the judgment of
two popular writers���James Oliver
Curwood, author of scores of best
sellers, and Edwin Balmer, well-
known short story writer���who have
recently toured the province and
Western Canada in quest of "local
color." "  = ��
COMING!
The Musical Mystic
Jack Williams
Canadian Entertainer
in Music, Maeic. Mirth, Conjurintr,
Card. Coin and Ball Tricks
Selections on Piano, Violin, Mandolin,
Guitar, Cello, Harp and Phone-Fiddle.
Songs���Sentimental,' Ragtime,   Comic.
ROCK CREEK
Saturday, July 25th
BEAVERDELL
Monday, July 27th
Greenwood Garage
"   TRANK L. PETERSON, Prop.
Kinney Bldg., Main St.
Experienced Mechanic
employed to attend to oil car troubles
Cas, Oil, Cup Crease, Floor Dressing,
Harness Oil, Candles
Agent for Imperial Oil Company.
Draying.
Cars for Hire.
Commence at 8:15 Dm..
Adults 75c.   Children under 12. 25c
Free Da'iice aiter show for ticket holders
The Ledge for Job Printing
SEND YOUR
BOOTS and  SHOES
-���'   "   ' To '
GEO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
The 20th Century Shoe Recairer
All work and material guaranteed.   We
pay postage one way.   Terms Cash.
There has been an unusual distinction conferred upon,Prof. Cam--*'
ilie Couture, a" Montreal musician,
who, besides being a violinist is also
a maker of. 'violins.' He has' been
honored with-a "medal" stnd diploma
from the British Empire Exhibition
at Wembley for a magnificent violin -"
"of-.his./make,-".which :"he" exhibited
���there. ��� : W .".' .., -* ��� --'" * ���  ���'..":-
.': In- order, tof'.dispei"-the   existing
'impression  ^in' England' ���������regarding,
the coldness-of the Canadian climate,
-five- thousand peony blooms "are' being* distributed* at th'e Canadian "Pacific Railway-Pavilion at" the British
Empire   Exhibition.    These.: plants,
fwere produced by\W.. Ormistcm Roy,.
of. Montreal, who .states that peonies.
are. the best landscape.' flower, and;,
can be grown iti-all'parts of Canada;';
.irrespective-of climatic conditions.-'-
."���Hon.. W. G.--Nichol;--Lieut.-G6.v-"
._ ern or.of British, Columbia; '"a'nd-D". G.
Colonian. - ���/Vice-President--'. * of- the
Canadian .-Pacific Railway," -opened
Crystal Gardens, the new and -unique-
indoor salt-water';swimming pool at
���-Yictoriaf-B.C;^ recently*.-: :.This"'ariiusV''
inept qbritre,.which bias- two: dancing.
floors, a gyiiasium;- art gallery and
te'a-rooihs/is regarded as the largest,
and finest "of its'kind on the..con-.
��� tin'ent.      "  "- ���'.- ���       ���:.-.-'    '-
���. Being" exceeded only   by   Mexico",
' and the" United/States, Canada now.
ranks third among the. silver producing countries of the -world. ..Records of Canadian production have *
been, kept' since 1858 .and show a
total   recovery  of  45_..000>000   fine"
ounces to".the, end of'1923.. In; .1924
production" was slightly in ��� excess of '
'20,000,000,' ounces,   . During/.1858-���
1923 the. value of. production totalled
,��290,705,532, while for,last year.it
.amounted to.113,519,043.' ���;". f :'*-'"/���'.*',
���f'/Thc first lot/of buffalo", .liumber-
.. ing some'200, to be.transferred"from
- the.'"Wainwright. JPark ' to, the 'new'
; [Buffalo' "Park, north of f Edmont'on,-
.- left Wainwright,'. Albertoj-'/recently."
.For'some;ti.he; .past-.'the -herdf at
"' Wainwright "had been, growing-'-too
/ rapidly .-and. the" Federal ���authorities
f decided;." to., ship'.a 'number ::to :the
.'���/Buffalo Park,.to .deterrhine' whether;
-or not they "can acclimate them'selves-
: ���in the new-district as they. did. ;in.
��� "the-southern area.   'Altogether-Hwo
.thousand"buffalo,,-in .lots -_of- two"
" hundred each, wiU' be shipped to tha"
fDuffalo Park."
7-Notice
Spriaklitig. Is restricted to the
hour of 7 to 8 p.m. Infraction of
1tHis7;reguIatiqH,:=;will/7resiilt.. in
.wate? service :keing7ait.qffW-W-W7
y'),yXy.'yyxX'hf[or^^')[)xy.
WW' Xz} ')���'-Water. Committee;
-y yy:y ;Fqr ;SaI0w 777;:'"7'"7
/JBairy.-BusineW, Stock aad E^uip-
ment, yy -;' - ./.'Apply fw. ''[yXXyy X. y-
}'X -"[��� 7;-7f''-.;:7'7-^;GaEE!r;w-op��. Dajst,'.
���91
Flight of Words
When you talk over the long-distance
telephone lines your words, translated
into electrical impulses, fly along at a
tremendous speed. This rapid transmission of the natural voice is making
the long-distance service increasingly
popular. X~  . ���    ...
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
CANADIAN
Pacific
Summer Excursion Fares
TO EASTERN DESTINATIONS
1. 22 TO SI
EPT. 15-RETURW LIMIT Oct C
$7200   .
.  Fort William ....���.;....._.$ 86.30
. 113-7S
.  Niagara Falls .............. 120.62
."3.75   -
Ottawa .;.............,....,... 127:95
113-75
Montreal.  132.75
141.80  ���
Moncton ,; ,  147.90
I47-90*./:
Halifax>���;.i..;........;...,���. 153.4S
-.=72.00-.- -;
���-   Chlcago-.-.-r..^r.X,.i..y.X.,. -SSioo
72iOO
New York,.....'..,........,..: 147.40
. -'. 72.00 '-
Boston.......;;.....:;...;,... 153.50
ON  SALE .DAILY.--,
-, Winnipeg-...-:.".....-.,���..
' Toronto ...".....",;.......
- ..-Hapiilton .".....,���,.,..,..
.*' Loiidon:	
7  Quebec'.'	
St. John    ;....."..
. ,. St.-Paul-.'.."..���...."..-...,
.-.Minneapolis....,;..!...
'.   ���Duluth '...-...."���...../....;
MANY   ADDITIONAL   DESTINATIONS
" '      .'    x    - \ % . ��� r?\.   ���-     "'_ "    .       ": -
ASK FOR RATES FROM AMD TO ANY POINT/
Route via Port Arthur or via Soo tine,'through. Winhipeg or Portal to
St.-.Paul, thence via Chicago or Sault Ste, Marie, via Great Lakes; or via
California at additional'fare;-'or good to go via phe if the above, routes,/
return another." . ���     -f .   '._   -   -.     ���-    ;,'-.-'"-"'���,     W. ��� --."    ;-_-.'   ._--"
J. S. CARTER, DistrktPassen
���     /See-Local Aeent or; Write for Details
DR.   A.   FRANCIS
Pliysician and Surgeon
Residence Ptione 69
Greenwood y
DR. A.J. DORMAN
DENTIST
Office: McCutcheon Residence
Greenwood
SYNOPSISOF    /
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
' PRE-EMPTIONS     :
Vacant,"' unreserved, surveyed
Crown lands may be" pre-empted by
British subjects over 18,years of age,
and by aliens on declaring intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerninK regu*
lationsy regarding /pre-emptions is
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
vwhicl. can be obtained free of charge
by addressing the Department of
Lands, Victoria, 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 8,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
and 5,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.      c ��� *'
Applications for pre-emptions ars
to-be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in'which the land applied for.
ia situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of-which can .be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must ba occupied for
five years and improvements made
to value of ?10 per acre, including
clearing and (.cultivating at least five.
a��res, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for pur-
- chase    of   vacant    and   'unreserved
Crown lands,  not  being tlmberl-md,
for "agricultural purposes;   minimum
price for first-class (arable) land is
?5 per acre, and second-olass (grajt-
ing) land $2.50 per acre.   Further Information regarding purchase or lease
" of Crown lands ��� is given ih Bulletin
No.  10, Land  Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown Lands." -
,'"���-Mill, factory, or industrial sites oa ���
timber'land, not exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the con*
ditions   . including .    payment      of
��� stumpage.        ��� .   * , -
,  HOMESITE LEASES      \
- fUnsurveycd areas,-not exceeding It
acres,"may be leased as  homesitei,-
-cbnditiohal' upon- a .dwelling- balnjf
erected in the-first-year,- title bain* .
'-'obtainable-- after  resldenco and- improvement "conditions . are   fulfilled
'and land has been surveyed.,; '���
���'/:.   W'7    / 7LEASES"/ '-        ���""_  7!-:
---For 'graz'ng^and - industrial - p��?=
poses- areas, not .exceeding 840 a.ere*
.may. bo. leased- by__one person/or *
���company..."       -'   -*      '   7 -"���;.-        '��� . ���
- - GRAZING   7 .
:7-trridcr the .Grazing-Act., the Prov- :
. inco is- divided into grazing. diatrloUr
- and' the range administered under a..
' "Grazii.fr   -;   Commissioner,       Annual -.
grazing permits .'are issued based on
��� niimliers ranged, priority being given -
.."to established owners.'- Stock-owner*
may ��� form'.-associations, .for range,
management;-  Free,   or  partly-, free,;:
. permits -. are. ayailable . for eettlarg,
campers and travellers,  up..to    left
. head. .7. .,       -._.    ..-_   x-_  Xy-   . -    .1.
SB
ff-!'
. y 1 ������'.
&: i if,
?w-Jlt
.�� a
-...'
The Mineral Province of Western Caiiadl- 7
TO END OF PECEMBEfe 1924
-       Hasprpdaced Minerals iM .'follows:    Placer Gold, $77,382,953; Lode 0,61$
-$118,478,190} Silyer, #68,824,579; Lead, 870,548,578; Copper,.-8187)489,378; Zin $���
i832,171,497; MfiscsIlaBeoQa Minerals, $1,431,349; Goal and Coke, $260,880,048;
Baild-Jig Stone. Briek, Cetnentj elc, $42,225,*i4: making its Mineral Proiiac&ionf
.- to__the" ea4.br 1924, "��how aa:; .,'. ���/ :y ���yyX'y...   ,   -X ��� x X ���'
yy ��� wA^^gValiief of $859,427,3B6   / :
Wjtfce Year Ending D^epliefi l^ii, $48(
The Mining Laws of f febis /Province are/more liberal, aid the fees lower, than-~tho'se:6f.any diher
Province in the PomiBioD, or asy cblooy in lhe BriMsb Empire. 7
Mineral 'location's aro granted to discovererp. for notainal fees. 7
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing each properties, the security of which ia^guaranteed
by/Crown Granta.: : .,' ���'".*'"-''' ',' "-'   ������'*/'
Full information together with Mining Beporte and Maps, may; be bbtasn.edfgratis; by addresafag-r
'���:w^,ww.^77;i77w7-7v^ OF MIKES
?S^T"*>w:'*!^';:?'-V.';;X." ���^���""*S^H^V"'-::---^��f"'''' VICTORIA, British Columbia.
N-B.  . Practically ail /British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has baen
done are described In sous@ one of the Annual Reports of the Miuister of Mines.   Those
W        eousidering ininisg inveetsaextts shonid tit er to. each reports.   They are available without
/';,-, charge oa application to the Department of Miaee, "Victorisj B.C.    Eeporta of the Oeologieal
W   Survey of Canada, Pacific Boild.agjTVaucoaver, are recomiaended aa valuable sotsrcea ot
WW"-; jaforja&ttenW;-7w XX-XXyXz.    ���;.-��� '���.--,, Xy [.X-.x";-.xX. x ,...'���: ""'   ; "'"-"���   :X
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