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The Oldest Mining Camp Newspaper in British Columbia
Vol.   XXXII
GREENWOOD,"B.'C.,'THURSDAY. JANUARY 14,  1926.
No.   25
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Winter Sports Now On
We carry
Skates, Hockey Sticks, Pucks, and Sleighs
Agents for the
Victor Northern Electric Radios
2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8^ Tube -Sets at all prices
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Specials in Canned Vegetables
Okanagan Tomatoes,   3 cans   -   50c l��j
Quaker Brand Corn, 3 vcans     - . 55c- ga
Early June Peas, per can ,��"-   -_  25c 9}
, Libbys rSpinach, per can -   -   - ��� 30c -S3
��� Libbys -Asparagus, per can   -   -   45c 2��]
Libbys Kraut, per can ....   25c 'ffl
For Quality aiid Value Order From   '    '"      ��� ��� Phone"46 e^
GREENWOOD GROCERY ." $
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Tungsten and Nitrogen.
Plain or Frosted
TAYLOR & SON
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Huskies 25c per box
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Try them for that tickling cough or, sore throat
A great preventative for the present^contagious diseases
Creophos $1.00 per bottle
For the obstinate coughs ahd colds
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GOODEVE'S DRUG STORE
Copper Trails
Extending- to various parts of south-
. western" British Columbia, the "copper
trails which we call telephone lines are
ready to carry long-distance ctmversav
tions at speeds> ranging from 8,000 to
. 178,000 ' miles .per' second. When speed
couats���Loag Distance.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
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"INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET 1
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_\ ^- XV�� toij  only, the best stock  procurable ia1 s %
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ffi       JBeef, Veal, Pork,   Ham,  Bacon, Lard,.Etc.
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Proprietor ���.
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GJREENW00D CURLING CLUB
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Rinks Jof Season 1925-26
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' J. H. Goodeve "- " J). McCMllis     -
WvWalmsley ._ H.'Uryan.
P. H. McCtiTTa��li "   K. M. Spence
G."S. "Walters . ,     J. "Morrison.
T. M. Galley   _ J. 35;Hoy    .''
H.;W.'Gregoiy W. B. Stewart
R.jrorshaw Dr..A. Francis
Spares:   J.^kiHon, A. Galipeau.
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SSCOND
W. C. Wilson
'D. McKee
R. C. Taylor   ..
��� Dr. 'A. J. Dorman
N. B. Morrison
.; H. E. Andreas-v ���
A- N. Mo-\vat
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H. T. Newmarch
J. P. C. Wright
J. Puddy
H. W. R. Moore
R. Clothier
F. ___,. Peterson
G. W. A. Smith A
B BIG SALE ^
5~  of  =3
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c= Penrnans Underwear 21
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��^ Pants, Overalls, Boys Sweaters ^3
�� Mens         V" "3
{��; Mats, Neck Ties, Mackinaw "2
��^ Coats, house Slippers ^3
^ Ladles Hats Z2
2^ Call and inspect our goods ^3
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5T HOTEL RANGE POR SALE 3
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��= Mrs.'Ellen Trounson 3
\ AROUND HOME
Real Estate and Insurance
Fire, Accident & Sickness, Life,
Automolbilf, Bonds, Burglary, &c
Auctioneer
.^Houses for Rent or Sale-'
Call atthe Office of
CHARLES   KING
Greenwood, B;C.
Confidence is necessary to any
Business
vYou can  be  sure of setting- you'r
moneys worth from us
We know the Watch and Jewelery
Business thoroughly and can ��uar-
- antee you entire satisfaction
���a., a. White:   ' .
-   Watchmaker! and Je,weler
F. j. WHITE, Manager:
GREEN V/00D & DISTRICT HOSPITAL
TENDERS are called for the heating
and plumbing in the new Hospital;
known as the, Armstrong Hotel. Specj.-,
���ficatious aud plan=cair be""seen' at T. M.'
Guiley's Store. Tenders are" tobe sub-
Mitted-not later tlmuSaturday, Jan. i6th,'
1926, . the lowest ^or any tender ' not
necessarily accepted.
..CHARGES KING,,
\ ' Sec.-Treas.
GREENWOOD & DISTRICT HOSPITAL
TENDERS are requested for 14 tons
of ice for the above .Hospital. Tenders
to be in not later than Saturday, Jan.16,
at the Office of
CHARLES KING,
Sec.-Treas.
under auspices of Hockey Club
Masonic Hall
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Friday, Jan. 15th
Music ly
J, H. Bush, Miss.L. Bush, Will Watson
and Geo. Clerf
Admission: Gents $1-00; Ladies 50c;
Supper 35c.
Good Time Guaranteed
H.JW. R. MOORE, B.A,
BARRISTER      SOLICITOR    x
NOTARY PUBLIC     "
Greenwood
The United Church of Canada
Minister in charge
Rev. W. R. Walkinshaw. B. A.    .
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Greenwood
Sunday, January 17th.
Midway II a.m. -
Greenwood 7:30cm. * ,   >
ledge'Ads. ^ Bring Results
Lady Curlers Attention!
All ladies interested iu curling
are requested to meet _iu the Curling riuk-on Saturday;" Jan. 16th
at 3 p.m.      ---
A night shift bas been put on
at the Elkhorn Fraction.'
Paul Bongalis, of Beaverdell,
was in town on business on Tuesday. '
Jas. Machell, of Weslbridg-e,
spent a few dajs in town this
week.
Remember    the   kockey   boys
'Dance in  the  M,asonic  Hall  on
Friday night. '   .
Dr. and Mrs, A. J. Dorman returned on Tu-ssdaj from a holiday in Victoria,
Alphonse Galipeau, of Grand
Forks, is on day shift' at the
Elkhorn Fraction.
Mrs. Ted Clarke, of Beaverdell, was the guest of Mrs. G. S,
Walters for a few days last week,
Pat Kempston returned frpm
Bridesville on Monday and has
resumed his studies at the-local
school.
Newton Kemper, of Spokane,
is in charge of the Puddy .Barber
Shop' this week. Mr. Kemper
may locate herer
Ladies seasda tickets for the
skating rinl: are $3 50 instead of
$3.00 as mention in-the issue of
TfieL,edgeof Dec. 31st.
- The first hockey game of the
season, in the local, rink, will be
played on Friday, Jan. 22nd,
Grand Forks vs Greenwood.
Robt. Forshaw is hauling-ore
from the Brooklyn mine in Phoenix for shipment to Trail. Mr.
Forshaw owns this property.   ���
A few nights ago a cougar
crossed the southern .part of the
city. It's tracks were discovered
going west near the McCurrach
residence.
J. H.'-'W.. Jones, of-the-Bank_of
Commerce staff has been trans
ferred to Jthe* bank's branch i'n
Kamloops. He is ..succeeded by
H." J. 'Foster who arrived from
Kelowna on Sunday.
Dr. A. S, Lamb, inspector'of
hospitals, arrived iu town on Wednesday and is attending a meet-
of the Hospital Board this afternoon. Dr. Lamb inspected tlie
new hospital-on Government St.
and was well pleased with the
work that had been accomplished-
The hockey boys are holding a
_da_nce_in__the__Masonic_Hall_on
Friday, Jan. 15th, commencing at
.9 p.m. Music will be supplied
by J. H. Bush, Miss L. Bush,
Will Watson and Geo. 'Clerf.
Admission: Gents $L00; Ladies
50c, Supper 35c. The usual
good time is guaranteed.
A torn cougar .measuring^nine
feet two inches from tip to tip
was .killed by Frank Woodworth
east of Chesaw last week. The
previous week ' a smaller cougar
was killed near Lost Lake aud
a.bout a month ago B. M. Cudworth'killed one west of Bridesville that measured seven feet-r
The'hockey -boys are getting in
a great deal of practice and will
be in great form for the opening
game next week. This year's
aggregation is even better than
last year's v and they are out to
hold the championship. The
boys will travel to Grand Forks
on "Tuesday- for the first game of
the series for the play-off for the
Intermediate championship..., A
large number of rooters will accompany the team.
Greenwood' Civic Officials' -
Elected by Acclamation
. .All civic officials for Greenwood were elected on Monday by
acclamation. Chas. King was
elected as a member of the school
board and F. L. Peterson as a
police commissioner. .
The city council which goes in
by acclamation is as follows:
Mayor���T. M. Gullev.
Aldermen���Chas. King, Jas.
Kerr, G. B. 'Taylor, A.- N.
Mowat, AWJ. Morrison, and Fv
L. Peterson.
: Former Resident Dies
T,
Mrs.-Walton, formerly Miss Gertie
Mclntyre of Nelson, and - a member
of Rebekah lodge, _ died last week at
Weyburn, Sask. She leaves her
husband and a three-months-old baby
daughter, father, mother and three
brothers, Ted, Hall and Morgan.
Mrs. Walton is well-known in
Nelson, having passed through high
school here, and late_r;" after graduating from normal, teaching in the
Hume school. She was married in
Nelson two years ' ago.,���Nelson
News.
The many frienda of Missi Mclntyre in Greenwood. will regret to
learn of-her death. The deceased
lived here a number of years,ago and
attended public school. The? funeral
was held in-Nelson.       <-
Curlers Are Busy
Curling commenced at the rink
this week on two of the finest sheets
of ice ih the province due to the able
work of the Ice committee.
- The President and Vice-President
competition was played' on Monday
and Tuesday nights and proved very
interesting. ' The Vice-Presidents
side won out By seven points. The
results were as follows:
VICE-PRESIDENT   '
Walters W~5
Forshaw" - 13
Walmsley - 14
McGurrach  15
PRESIDENT
Goodeve
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17
Gulley -
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10
Gregory
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7
Taylor
40
The
Warren
47
Cup competition
commences tonight with the following games :���* Walmsley v Walters;
Forshaw v McCurrach.
The Ice committee are putting in
rings so that the ladies can play,
Rock Creek Items
"Mrs. Arthur Roberts, of Myers
Creek, visited Kettle Valley on
Thursday."
Frank Richter refurned to Columbian College, New Westminster,
on Jan, 4th. "^ '���
Frank Thompson, . of Ingram
Mountain, was' a visitor to Kettle
Valley on Sunday.   ,    -
The young people and grown-ups
are having a delightful time skating
hear Rock Creek.
Miss Jessie Caldwell, who has been
spending the Christmas vacation with
her father, left on Tuesdays train for
Nelson.
Miss Florence Jupp, of Rock
Creek, returned to St. Anthony's
College, Vancouver, on Saturday,
January 8th, to resume her studies.
Johnson's Creek new School House
is completed and the school was
opened with full ceremony last week
by Mrs, McDonald the .esteemed
teacher.
Miss Winnie Whiting, ofXelow-
na, has for the past two weeks been
visiting her parents at Kettle Valley.
Her many friends were pleased to see
her home again.
The Woman's Institute will hold
its monthly meeting on Jan. 16th, at
Riverside Hall. Election of officers
for the new year, Roll call subscription for the coming year.
The flying express is keeping the
road open between Rock Creek and
Midway. It's celebrated driver,
Jimmy Moraii, is always on schedule
time, no matter what the weather is
like.
Among the many visitors to town
on" Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs.-
James Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
McLennan; Mrs. McDonald, Mr.
and Mrs. George Pitman, and Mrs.
Smyrl.
Ernest Harker and R. Pawsey have
been busy the past few days, packing
Mrs. Harry Martin's furniture, which
will be shipped to Kimberley. The
Valley will loose a highly respected
resident and the regrets will be many.
Captain Davies, of Kettle Valley,
was troubled a short time before
Christmas'with s'ome animal, who had
taken aTancy to some of hischoice
Xmas turkeys. On setting a' trap he
succeeded in catching a- monster
wild cat. The. Captain fired seven
shots at the animal before it was killed. It measured 36 inches from tip
to tip.
The United Farmers and Farm
Women held their monthly meeting
at Rock Creek on Saturday,-Jan. 9th..
It was well attended and the chief
item of business was the amalgamation
with the Farmers Institute. There
are several clauses in the rules and
regulations of the Institute which are
not satisfactory to the TJ. F. members.
Two "delegates,, George Pitman and
Mrs. Smyrl, were chosen to represent
them at the coming Institute meeting
arid discuss these clauses.    '
Kootenay Obligations
Invariably Met
In Inspector of Municipalities
Robert Baird's list of,British
Columbia cities that have gone
to the wall, or partly so, but with
protection to their securities, are
three located in Kootenay-Boundary. ,-      '
"Phoenix's reason for existence
was one of the greatest mines of
the continent, which later played
out, and Greenwood was dependent on another important mine,
also now of the past, both utilizing- low-grade copper ores. Sandon, one ofthe successive' "mining capitals" of the Kootenay,
had to reduce in status when jt
ceased to be a capital, though"
producing as much wealth as
ever.
With Trail and Kimberley up
and coming and growing hourly,
with .Nelson,"Cranbrook,  Fernie,
solidly  and   well   founded  with
every capacity for growth,   with
Rossland and Grand' Forks successfully adapting themselves to'
new conditions, all of them in an
excellent   position   municipally,
and with smaller points developing municipally and industrially, ���
the -fact   that   three_Kootenay-
Boundary points that have had
municipal    charters , have, had;
hard sled ding has a more than
���adequate offset.
Aud the fact remains  that no
municipal   bondholder   needs  to
worry over the Kootenay-Bound- '
ary country. <.,-
Sandon was the first of the
three points named to feel the
pinch, asking relief in 1913, and
being placed under a receiver.
Iu a few years its -municipal debt
of $10,000 was paid off. Reduced
in status,* but nevertheless the
huh of the rich vSlocan mining
territory, with its- surrounding
hills yielding dividends, Sandon
has a clean sheet, and -many expect it to again join the list of
cities.
Though.Phoenix was'a deserted shell iu 1921,  and  the legis-"
lature    disincorporated    it, ' its
liabilities w;ere all paid and there
was a balance over at the time of,
disincorporation.
There     remains    Greenwood,
without the mines that made it
a roaring smelter town, but with ."
the new mining camp of Beaverdell part of its trading territory,
and^with a budding ranching industry. %   Greenwood,   its  glory _
gone, is steadily working out its
salvation.     In ��� 1921   it  had an '
issue _mat urin g___wh ich^iLcouldL.-j
not' meet.   Under   the   City   of
Greenwood Relief "Act   of, that
year, au arrangement was authorized wherebyjhe debentures were .
declared to be due .and debenture,
holders were  entitled   to a pro
rata distribution of all  moneys
available after   payment of the
necessary'costs of administration,
expenditures also   being subjecr  '
to   the   approval   of,  a   trustee
named by the bondholders.   Subject to the terms of its arrange--
ment    with    the    government,^
Greenwood   selects    its   council
annually,   and carries on its ad:
ministration.     "All   interest   is '
being paid   and   reductions   are
being made in the principal of
the debt."
If there should be no new mineral discoveries to "bring back",
Greenwood and Phoenix, if the*.|
huge    mineral    output   of   the
Kootenay-Boundary country continues to be. mined exclusively in
other localities, the fluctuations
of fortune are not going to be
permitted   to  injuriously  affect
those who loaned money for improvements  to    these,   or   any"
other, Kootenay-Boundary municipalities."���The   Nelson   Daily
News.
Boys and Girls Pig Club
Of Rock Creek
The Yorkshire Committee of the
Canadian Swine Breeders Kssociation
donated 590.00 to be spent in B.C.
in 1925 for Yorkshire hog "promotion
work, and it was suggested that thjc.
money be paid out in three prizes to
the three highest standing Yorkshire~
Clubs in "the  Pig Club work in this-
province last year. As the above Club-
was a Yorkshire Club and stood, first
in  the Clubs in  B.C. it has been
awarded first prize which amounts to
$40.00.    This-money has just been
received and will be divided equally
between the 13 members of the Club.
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73.
Trade and  vv
y.. Tho I/v-iifiK! of Nations js about to conduct .'in exhaustive Inquiry Into
the subject or industry and commerce as they .effect war, If is about time
Kiicli nn Init-niatiomil probe'be undertaken 'because there; .Is si growing belief
among tlio /masses of people in till countries thai, many of tlio wars oC tlio j
past have been deliberately incited by industrial interests or 'by group*? set j
on eoiiquosl, not for broa'd national interests, but becauso of sel /ish trade" reasons and benefits.   ' ' , 7
It,is. io hi '.arueslly*- hoped.thai the proposed inquiry''will include'a study
ot. Uie.effect vvkicli protective-tariff have not only 0a trade Llself,. but" uyoii-
patriotic aspinU.io.11s and. feelings of tbe people, of oho country 1o*v.Tards another. .'.That' is to say, the effect ofthe action of one nation jn .imposing a
high tariff will against the products df another upon Uie nfaiutenance of
friendly feelings between lhe,,two couiilrles. Wo venture tho opinion that;-if
all internatioiuil trade was, free and unrestricted by any nian-niiide'aitiflcial
barrlrs, there "would be fever prejudices, suspicions,, anil jealousies, leading
to ill-feeling aud in some cases war between nations.���*���
No two imtloiiiil groups. In the world are closer together in thought, sen-'
tim.enl; and, ideal's than tbe touted States of America and thc-Biil-isli Common-
wealth ol:��� 'Nalions.   "'They have liv.ed in peace with each;other, for over one
lmnd.rod ;j:e��t.r.s.. and. .whore United States and British, territory Join not ii fort
exists no'iva,. gun Is mounted.    Yet ever", and anon, friction s-i-ises nnd in nearly
���every instance so-:ne petty industrial or conimer.eial quosllon.is at issue.
- '* . * o *-**��� '
For example,.aUlho presejiI. time a great, howdy-do is being raised in the
. United States because of the high price of.raw rubber, of winch about'three-
quarters- of the world's supply is raised within the 'British Empire,     On the
other hand,, the.United States .consumes about thp same quantity.     During
the Avar, prices of crude rubber ranged abont lifiy cents a pound.     Following
Uie war the price' dropped tb-around ���seventeen cents, which Was below in-oiit-
ableprdductiori.   ..To reinedv this condition a special typo o.f export-ta.*x:was.
devised to reduce production,     ii, was so arranged as to discourage.production during periods of high prices, the idea.being to-create a fair aud normal
situation. X Tlic measure went into effect in 11)22 and last year ilie effects began to be felt, rubber rising iu prico,.to around $1.00 a pound..
-   The big United States aiitoinobil.o-nifutiifactiirers andother large'"users of
rubber are bitterly complaining and charge the British villi.'an unfair hold
'.'up-.policy.*..'. Some very severe things are being said against the Brittsbau-'
thorltlcs and much nnti-Iiril isli 'feeling is being engendered.     The 'Uniteit ���
States Governiuent and Cpngress are' taking oflicial * c0g.ni2a.nco of. the. situa^ 1
tion.��� :.  Not.only so,bul dire, threats are being made as to -"United: States action !
.should'Canada, in its own ���national interests, find it ���necessary-to impose an
export duty.oa pulpwood ;md pulp. 7 All Kinds'of retaliatory measure:, "are
threatened.;...,, '���'''       '/..-.  ������.'���      '-.                  ..-.__ *��� y'Xy y , "���'��� ���'*"'}
,���   They United-Slit les conslituiion prohibits the imposil ion of export taxes,
"'���"r.ut the ..United States has ���-���for years, maintained -tlie*. highest ���protective, tariff
on 'impdrls.-'iuKwn to tho world;) a tariff which- amounts iii many cases to "an
acluiil prohibition of-imports."- ' CaIlalla^''Hnc^Gl���.eu't'.���Ii^tiiili^Et^:'G!:^EI^'.;.e]lief'i]su'f������
l'erersfroiri these protective'tariffs.., They operate' lo close the United ������State's
markets���otuy natural marUet~-lg-'.Canada's" cattle and;;*\vlicat.*';��� '.'���'���But -while
Canadian's do. not: like it,, dor-consider it very -friendly, .Ihey arc not complain.-;-
ing, but are going about their own business of developing other markets.
';    During . the.War, .Great Britain; borrowed ..billions of dollar,* from..the.
���.Fnired States, .but it expended .every dollar In llie purchaseo! goods in that
country, "paying wit bout'������ protest I lie, very -high prices doinanded in-the States.;
Thus;, the United States became, inordinately prosperous and. '���wealthy while
Britain was impoverished..    And Britain was obliged to ''do-tins, not for'her-
. self'-alone,'..but. to sustain France, aud her other allies.-    But. Briiaiu'-did -liot
complain.-;..".'...;    [.-X'-X-              '  X. X  /'   ��� X * X ���:'��������� *'-.-   ���.!'���/'������'���'' ���'���*���!/ ':��� X y[..:'
'..:     The absurdity and inconsistency of-the Uiiited'StaLos positionyis jjeen,
.however, In'lha.1, while denouncing .tlie British action in regard, to ���crude'rub-
; ber, proposals iu'c now before the United Slates Government and  Congress
to'adopt exactly lhe,same principle.iu order to raise United States agriculture
. out of-the doldruins.. About.lu p!(5r cent, of United Stales farm products are
sold"abroad,  , That, is tlie"-surplus of production'over domestic.consumption.-
'To sell the entire ct-op, prices have to go do ivn -'���to.-.the- foreign level,.aud this
.Ievel: is frequently/ below the cost. of. production."   I-lonee * tbe-yCaruiers'liaye
Wsult'eEe'd-.v:*"���'*.'  :-''.':������   :   """       7' ; .���""���'���'. :"    '".."      r '���'���:i'*.'":! ^W~~yy:y=y=
May Find Cure For Paralysis
Chicago Doctor Says Spine May Be
FJalched Up    *
Probability that a cure for/paralysis may "bo fouhd was seen in experiments described by Dr.'R. W. Gerard,
University of -.Chicago, 'at /the ������closing
session of the convention of the Federation of American' Societies for Experimental Biology at Cleveland v Ohio.
Incurable paralysis ��� Invariably -'develops In. humans :after, tho spinal
cord lias been- severed,, Dr. Gerard
said.	
He has hopes that a human spinal
cord may be mended, possibly by
patches.
"DIAMOND DYE" ANY:
GARMENT, 'DRAPERY j
Just  Dip  to   Tint   or
-  W to Dye
Boil
..- Each 35-cen't
package ":contains
directions so simple "any y-woman*
: caa ���tint" soft; delicate shades ;ov
y dye rich, ��� jperman-*
cut ;colors. in .lingerie, silks; yrib-
b o.ns , s lc ir t s ,;
ivalsts, dresses,
cputs, stockings, sweaters, draperies,
coverings, banguigs���everytbinff!
��� Buy Diamond Dyes���-ho. oilier kind-r-,
ancl tell your druggist Whether tiie.mS1
terial. you ���wish to color is."'-wool ..or.
silk, or wlielher it. is linen, cotton or
mixed goods,   z -.' x>     'V7.
Poor Law Reform
Pla.i* to,Abolish Board of Guardiania.rfi
- .-'���'���>.;"Britain '.' )""��� ���*-���,:'
Abolition.o'f'the boards of. guardians,
tIIgsc principal; functions a re.! concerned "ivi'tli-poor lav relief, and transference of ,tlieir...i>f>wci-s..'to" couu tj:y_aiid
���couiity.-boroug'li couucils,-:- is. proposed
in 'a. scheme drawn up "by- the -British
ministry'.of heal Ih, The, proposals
���form part of ytlie 'policy: of poorr-taw
ret'ocm and co-ordination.of all. form's
oWpul)iic"'-"a'ss|-slance, ��� Transference
of the duties"o��. the.metropplitan,asy-,
InuiH- 'board ,. to-the; London coua-ty
coiiiu-.il 'is also' proposed iii tlio- scheme,
Helps Children Grow
COTT'S EMULSION
RICH IN COD-LIVER OIL AND
HEALTH-GIVING VITAMINS'
y
iMm 111111 mi 1111
Past Year Prosperous
For Canadian National
Freight .'and   Passenger Traffic  Have-
Both Shown Increase
Having witnessed the transition
from a period of operating deficits to
ono whero the lines in the western
region havo earned, operating, profits
for the company, the calendar yeai
1925 will go down to history as a successful one for-the Canadian Nalional
Railways in Western Canada, declared
Mr. W-. A; kingsland, general manager
of western lines, in an interview at'
Winnipeg.' * Freight -and"'passenger'
traffic, express and teleferaph business
alike have shown Increases.-.and' operating cost's have-been; reduced by careful paring until the annual ' figures,
wliich-*: will c. be issued froni system
headquarters iuu-Montreal shortly, wil!
show an operating'profit for the lines
contained in the western region, ������which
stretches from Armstrong, Ont., at the
head o'f the.lakes,"to .the Pacific coast.
While.-a large part of the increase
over 1924 business.is duo 'to the increased yield of grain-in the; prairie
provinces,', there have also, been increases in other .commodities" handled'
hy the Canadian .National... as.Well as'
great'increase in the passenger' trai-
fic over-the western lines.V iryyy'y.X
��� 'Indications; at. the present timer are
that still better ���������'times- areyahead"In
1926, as all signs point, to coritinued'
improvement in business,in. the 'west
aid d to a greatly; Increased iminignv
tion inovement'^xhich',. of' course,'* wilL*
have-its bearing, on railway business
during the coining year,; yPIai_&yfor.
handling". tbis 7 prospecllve increased
business are ."continually;;. before.'/the
Canadian National ;;_Railways-' execu>
tlve anil contim-far thou^lit: is given:'to
niethods whereby: any huprovement 'iii;
the'transportation service to the'-public'can''be' made*-. ��� I'-XxxXiXXyX
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
JANUARY 17-,.
JESUS  AND  NiCODEMOS
Golden Text: God so loved tire world,
that He gave His only begotten Son,
that whosever believeth on Him
should not perish, but have eternal
life.     John 3.16.
tesson: John 3.1-17; 7,45-52; -19.38-
42,    -
'   Devotional Reading: John  3.31-36.
Explanations and Commen-ts
Nlcodemus Comes toiJosus, verses 1,
2.���Meodemus was a,'Jew with a
Greelc name. v .He \Ka& a Pharisee,
a anembcr of that sect which asva
rule appears in tho Gospels a3":bigotr
ed and hypocritical, and a ruler of tho
Jews, n inembei-.of,the Sanhedrin, tho
council;.- of seventy; men who,formed
the Tewest Court of "'Justice.- .*���*'���' He yflp-
peurs later as .a deCeii'der;of JesUs
(Jn, 7.���15-52). ������: After-;tlio"'crucifixion
-he brougli't myrrh: and aloes:; for the
embalming of Christ's body. It'wa's,
atyniglif'that Nlcbdemu's.yraade:.; his
famous.visit to Jesus,y .He wasycau-
lious,: and :probably - dId not _wi^h' to
endanger Iiis .reputation by being; seen
���visiting the new Rabbi; ;*,(We arc told
later that some even of. the'Sanhedrin
believed iri Jesus, but.did.not dare let
it-be. known'.:lest they*!bo' put- out. of
the :Synagogue,- Jji. ;i2.;42.:)."y 7 -��� [y'yX
���-.yt'Kabbi,"'; said Nicbdemus,* ^yveTkiibw
that thou art a teachgrp/conie'-yfroui
G-od: for.no one;-'cau:do"Ihese.signs
that��111 on'doest, except :God;-b'eywith
liim.-"- .iMco-uemus was_cbnvinced;tliat
Jesus ""was a divinely;comniissioned
Teacher, tliat'. 'Jesas', teaching was
divinely 'autheiiicated by liii5: miracles,
and lie came.'to *heai -\V-hat.Jesus had
to teach.'..*���.;'; ;. .'���,:.' """���.'     yzx_
' As-long, Hs/'foreigii -prices remain beloAv United States cost of. production,
the"' only .way farming, therb can be. niade~.profllable"*Ts.--to sell ho., produce
abroad..' Tbis means, curtailed production for the time being. '7; Just -what the
British:-brought about in the case of crude rubber'. Unless some similar action' is taken to curtail farm proiiucliouin,the United States.to the.requirements-.of tlio. lionie' market; 'tbe, only other, way,to, curtail, produetlon is" for
,. funning tocoiilinue unprofitable. *    U is iVroposed,'..therefore, tliat -1he* United
. -States should foprices, but if the Government should  'do,, this;": without  the
safeguard's of the British*, plan, and .thus make farming, profltable, tliere would
--be-iucreusedl-i-atlier-thandecreuKeii; ���production,; and-tbevprobleiiiyof-the-eiir-.
; phis wouldbeeouic worse anil-.w'orso.' 7 . -.- -: ���'.���;*:       'y,y
Man : ��na<lc; *'��. fatal blunder' when,- be undertook, to. iifterfere* ���wftli the
economic lavvi.ol; .Supply and.demand, and sought lb restrict anil regulate: inler-
national trado, by tbe expedieiils.ol' tariff walls.:: lt;:haS resulted .in trouble
and -disaffection at-home, and international ill-wili abroad,-Z Pt.rtiapjj'ythe.
League of Kaiions, imiuiry. will result in .some;��� helpful suggeslions,' eveu
tbougb a complete solution may not be-possible.   7 i-.X-y""y-      .
EMOTHERS
OF ALL PALE GIRLS
:Po*werful - .Medicine.���;Th.e "yhealing
properties in.six���.essential'oils are'.coft:
.ieiiiratecb; in... every .bottle ^df, Dr.
���Thomas' Eclectric Oil,'forming, one;of
-the jfiost-; beneficial, ���liniments* , evei
offered to the use of.���mari.\.7Many:'ca'ri
tb.stlfyyasl.ofits- power, in allaying; pain,
aud.iinany.-..i'iiot'(3.:,can certify."that;tliey
;oweyheirliealtli.j.o; it; ylts;wonderful
''power is/npt;expressed\by" the, small
;pr.lceyat which it sel Is. y"z X.Z ���.*-.'
Trade Wiih. South 'Africa;
Will.. link Empire 7W W.W'-/X'.';-
Xy[),.xX'zyXy'Wiili'X]!^- Service;
Fonti^ryyAir 'Secretary .'Predicts  This
: 'y������[;���:,:. :W\U Come. Early. XX'X
; :,Tbatnations'within-tlie British-em-,
.pire^wbuld bo closely; 'linked'"'-by air
transportation systems '.wllhin the' "near
future .was"--the opinion; cxpressed by
Lord 'riioinsoiiy-wlioVwas sccretary-ol'
stale, for air. in thp" BritisliLabbr.Gpvy
.ernment, ini- an intervie\V;:nt;;Toronto.
Lord Thomson is a, Arin-.-belieyer -in
alrTiliiiis:particularly, Xx:X}'y -XyyX:
: '.'C; feel sure (lie time*is. coming -.when
Canadaywill be linked;hyair,;\vith the
NfoUierland," he.jsiUd...'' y'XX-.-iy..XxXX
.Canada shouldj.be an advantageous
country. for the;;development ..pf���; corii-
niercjal*; ,aviation:y-yLordvyTiiomsori'
llibuglii 7; With :suehWyast^territory
he belieredythat a- commercial '"sysjeiri
liere 'would������'.be.!: a,::: paying .proposition;;
.f-i"��.- !Uso'';expressed.;tl"ie:; '-'Opiuion.: ..that'
Cana da'-ebuldydo much in deyelppmenr
-of ;iiyl_iialc'iny;-tlie" imperial-cliaiiti'.".'���'";'-/7;
.;Loicl ,rrhoinsoiils prbcoeciiiig tb;Bng-'
laudyaftei-. completing a lecture; tour iii
lhei''limted!'Statbs;.y.;?.:-y*':iyK-*':'^'VJ
i���?!
&M
Greeted the Canadians
i'i
������������4
���*. ��� *<
" * t!
it
v
.Death of Flemish '"Burgomaster : la yy
;; y.- y Reported .FromyMoris^^J^r'Wy
:;'.-'-.liilajor-Genera{;'Sir.;Pred
K.C.]3.,:;whq^;commarided"'.: the^yTbirdv'y
Canadian yDiyisibiWduring ^
months; of ythey;war,yisiii' receipt of Xa.:i;
cbmmunicationrfromr;the! y.Mayor7 piX,.
,Mons! informing;bim;"oC_:the,yd'eatli'-ln'?.-''
the JTleiriislr; city ;;;of-Burgomaster ;:Les-^;
cartsr" y]X:'X~i-X '.''"SiX[y -'[[XXXyXX
X-It.was.;'Burgbmaster Xescarts'.. who. '.
welcomed-: the*. Canadiany; trobps-y iuEo;y -
Monjs on NoTCmber.!!/1918;^;:;yXXXiXy
The deceased- :dignitary7diedy;;pny!-
Norember.li.'!!*:.'!:yi7:!^-:;'*';:::!'''*-:'y,;';^':'*': :yXxX'-'
iXx'b
ZXyS
'Z.i
;TheJBeM;:'OTedicin;e|w;w
���"::V',:;f";*v<r/!7-SEe;;Ever^
The private aquarium ol" the Duke
of Bedford harbors a European cattish which, tliougb more than SO
yearsv old, ; sliovvd no sign of weakness.., :   i
Will Erect New Fish-Cabnery
It is understood that the British Columbia' Packers: will erect a new cannery at-Skldcgalo, in tb'o Queen Char
lotfe Islands. ; .*,,:���.*���'
If Your Daughter Sliows Signs oi
'Anaemia a.-Tomcis. Neededy   ���-
y, ^uaenila.is simplvv alack o'f blood,
It Is one of [lib. .host "common: iincl;jsit
the same lime inqst dangerous troubles   froin, wlii6h y growing"girls'.'suf-.
fer; .It.is co lnipoir^because'.the blood
-so1   often. becomes} iriipoverislied during,  devolopnierit,   when- girls   often
overwork and ovoTstudy,;.!   jt'is clan-
gerous ' becauso of tlie'-'stealthihess of
I Is ap.proaeh nnd because   of! its * leu-
dency to grim stead iiy:worse; y.Every
growing girl, sliould- occasionally, take
a   tonio^to^yw-aTcK^j^tli^iiuddiou^
1;h>ii6ier^in3_Btrcaiisiron!rTw
ful: action iu rebuilding the'blood tbat
Dr. Will fains'. PJnlc Pills.;'have made
a woi-ld-witlB :reputation: .'��� ��� The case
of   _Miss-   Clairpy;. Sullivan,"   Pincher
Clrech, Alta., aniiJly, proves . the ''value,
of   '.tliis ��� medicine." .' Miss    Siillivan
I says:*"'"During iny school days''I. suf-:
j fered"':aygreat ���. deal    from   thin   and
I watery !. blood.'* .!*; Iy'v -was.   continually
.! weak and tlr��j<l yiny appelito was'poiji-,
,nij- sleep uiLi-elTesbing. .and-.I- was
troublod,r.with ibiickaeiie's.r-. !,T'o-!iBakt3
mailers worse.:! .was. ..attacked- ��� with
nciiie appendictt is  and :tbe", opera lion
loft" nie in a"v-iiTy.wealceiied state,   Mc.
niotlier,' leanii*fig-"of; tlie..value" oi! Dr,
Williams'. <Piiik' Pills';"���'��� bad *me   take
tlioni; and after using tliem for .scone
time 'I can say l,;lie result, was simply
vvoiiderfiil, as. lli_ey completely restored 11:13; health,;and how wlien oppor-
luiitly   occurs .., I  always - recommend
tliesQ pil la 1d weak, pa lc girls "suiter-
ing as T. did,": ! -y    ,       :W
You can get {the -pills, from your
druggist, or by mail at 50 cents a bos
froin The Dr, -Williams'Medicine! Co.,
Drodcvllle, Ont,    7 ���''"���������-<������ K
Canada Supplies Ninety Per* Cent.: of
���'': "'Newsprint'. Trade of That'Country - ���.,'
.-Prospects  for additional trade be-!
'tween Canada-' and. South vAfrica are
y.-'.'     -;:���;,. .   .    -���    ���    '-���  ' . ' ' {"���
promising- in-the opinion- of Eric iVL
Pylcc,:o,f the Waayagamaclc Pulp!and.
Paper Company, who ;Iias*: just reiuTiL-
ed from South! Africa, after!. spoud'ipg
two';, years studying conditions lb ere.
'At., the .present time'Canada . supplies
96-.'per. cent., of, ilii;".hewqi)'rin't !trad_e- erf
that country, asy well* as automobiles,
afericulUirakmaclnrierxy^w^
etc.;"  "   '������������'-���' XiXXiX[[[[][''[ .  [XX
No. iiian,:!or';w6niai.i-;slioiild bobble
i>fclnfiiny;about because*:orcoriiswher.1
so. certain.a relief is at liaiut as.Hob
loway's. Corn Eemover,    *;'       y.-7;7���'..
re.
:y Miss
writes":
^MOTHER:-"Fletcher's !Cas-
V ;���;��� toria������ is;a .p3easa!nt, harmless Sub-
X stitutefforyCastor Oil, Paregoric,
���:}yTeetl?iii^''Drbps ?and Soothing Syrups,; (,especialljr pi���paredy foit;
7;infahtsin in3iS;and;Ghildr^ail.%cs.!    " "      '7    "7���*!"y"::'./,V!;",
To avoid imitations, always look for thc signature oi ���^L^jry^i^eM
Proiren dircrtfoas on each package   Physicians everywhere recommend it
 ...Girls pici;v
t  j) Boss/: Scollard^^'Aita.,���'-
-''I am., only twenty-,-ycn-M'.���'
old,;, but yhayeyysulfcj.-edy.lrp.nl
palpitVition   and- nervo .troiible   for '
several ^ears.  ; ;'"':���'_. ��� ��� ��� ;.    ;.*  ..
I'c'oUtll""ncvcr;',do41ie tilings';other
girlsy, did, tbat-,:is, ,,���in' tlie. line _<rof-
Sports, skating, etc.-,. and could never
depend 011 myself at,work, v-
,. About six nioiitis .ago I
taking
b'egaa
Sugar Beets In Manitoba
Brandon   'Dlsirict} Will    Havei Jiii
Plots SeitOOt^This YearV,;
,;T<!s1.^" conducted at the 'Manitoba
Agricultural College*:aiid-at the plant
oftliejtrherlcanBeet..Sugar Compaiiy,
it't;.; Grand- ForhsN N.D/," of! .'ilie .* sugar
beets, grown, .in lhe'.vlclnltjy of ,Bran;
<Ion In' 1925, ivive sliowntfav-orablc'i-fr-,.
slil la.. A iarger lirograminp Jh -beet
testing wilL be �����arriedbufinyi92(>; by,
the.'Brandofl'":!boayd.v.b��! trade, in.;coii-
3unetlQii:withythe:-liorticultui,al society:
and from;'!fifty't(>""o*ncy;hundred;yplotg
���wiU'.'-b.e- set; out; throughout ,the;<lis'trict.
and ani just twice tho g'nl I was,"Md";
can" enjoy every tiling .in general Iifo
&o much moro.   I am. very- grateful^
for what ycflir Pillq have done for'
mc'
\-.-; Says Leprbs/ Can BeCuredf;
Nearly ""half, the "cases of. leprosy
which-,iiaT.e notviiassed the;sis months'
stage can be ear-od hy thb use of chaul-
mogric.oil, according": to Dr;iRoger
Adams, of the University of Illinois..
;.. -'^Ho-w's ctoi>3, Si?'^ ; :' !""- ;7,,7>i; '.'���
"Apples is small   this   year,   with'
worm holes blgger'n your_flst iu 'em."
Minard's LioFme-tib for GrJppa
,'���' Put, up oaly./by*'; The T; Mlburay
,Oo.,-Liinitcd7Toronto,:Ont.;.yy-'-y       !!
Hope T�� Rettuccf; Cost Of: Paper
Ma'/: Use Eucalyptus-Wood For- News^
';'���'.;   :.  yprintJn.United States*  W 7
' <V. source*,'that, will-^ give T'iil'eritiful
supply *of newsprint paper at;lo\v-:'cpst
hits'* been found hy- the' forest.p.roducts_
dal)or-ii,tor-y-6j'=fche=TlhiverKity^ol?Wisc&F:
'.��� ,;/���.'���-������:���: ���.,""" ���'' y; -. ���:"'!W ���".;'- ���-"
MnyX'-iX'r-z.-.   '[���:���'. xyy WWW-.""-'-':'';
Successful-��� experiments,  conducted
by ; the; Jaboratorj', iiayo're'sultedyiu
IheyDtoduction ,;of paperyfrofliy citca-
b'l>tus, .wood,', grown;, iirSilnl'aulo,
Brazil.';  A small roll:'run through' the
press. ofy a; newspaper" .showed favor-.
able;- printliigv quality Wind,! ample
slrongtli; Toruse in -high-speed 'presses,''
'exi)brinienleis:sa>v .!-nThei)'ape"r!ean,be,-
produced at about, half- the 'cost of.'the.
present iiiiporte'd newspriaty'the labo'r-:
alory estimated,; :;W': *' '*!;*���!' "7'", :;:;'^--
Sun Spots May- Not AQect��� Weatlier ���
Experts. iit-"the.Toronto! meteorologl-.
cal 'o/lice. doubt, yery much if' the spots
on. the sun.have any effect: !'oii- the
.weather. '���'. . W.��� E. 'Jackson,', local * as-
ti-'oiiouiicalyexpei't, said' he ,was look-.
ing- at the sun and saw t\vo ��� magniu-
cc'ttt groups of sun spojs. .''You could
droivUi'Bvearlh-.Jnto the corner of either, 0110' of them," he. declariW. !��� Thero
were .54 spots in one group /alone.. He
said that it.liadynot.beeiideflkitelj'Je:'
dded .what'"influence, if;any,'"..the sun
,sjotfiMd.or..weatlier'. changes. .-���  ::-,..,
So;Says MissL^Charboniieau of^r
Ontario Lady^is Very Enthusiastic and;.!:F
7ypives riei*. Views AboutDodd's Kid-M,
.y!y;ney!^P.ills. XXy!X,X'y:.Xyi;yxyiXy'yzy.
;:.-dtt|twa;iy':;OntWt Special). ^"LS.!.;waSi7y:
-feeling Very;!b;id!yall;!6yei-,"*snys:;;MisHy;!;;
ti:\C!ini.rbbnueau; -;whbOlives! at 304yWII-!v'.
brod;;si;reet.yyW;*-;::;?;''H XXXXyy, [��� XijZy
-.-'��� "My lipad ��� aiul back "ached;"; liiy ���lejgs;7
:fclt*aS though, they, were; made; of.'lead Xy
and;: niy:>"siglib;/wasyba^:y~lxfelt !l i-iretl .yy/
ali-tlio?tinie:WA^-friend/bf;miiid.,:wlioy 7
ytiad7used7your,;'Dqdd%!'KM^
.toldyina/tb'yjjry tbeni^XyvIvtoolCHtli-reoy^y
boxes and /tliey;liayoynia;du/aynew;:.pef-y,/
spn:but^of:hi^.7.I:Mlt;betteivafter
ing". tl ib;; firs t y bbixyatidyharey been Xl^XXX
fectly!, well/ ever! since/!7:Docl^s Kid:7;y
ne5"!Pills;!are certainly!tlio:best niedi-7;/
cine. l! ever!! tooicyandyl/highly recom-y.;:
mend .them' to anyone-'suffering ������yithy/y'ry
. their "'kidneys/ XX':,yyz }. 7 ,->7 7/ ;'.'��� ;y.;':;;/
!  It is noticeable that people who iiaye   y
used: Dodd's .KidneyvPills'y..f'u-"e..yontliii-.':..���
��� siastic".," in : reconiinending7theni.i (0������['"���
othersr/7..That/ifi. howyDodd's Kidney,!-!
Pill^/fiave"'b1iilt;ui)'!!jnid";-ni^
their'-wofldywide reiyutation/,;/ XXyyXX-Xy'
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X:
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XXi
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XXI
li
/>i
-;'���;}���'���_ V.':.'XX.New Regina' H'oteI-;/; [yy [:}[:'������;
Wit- isvujtidcrstobd/that aii: hotel.of lip;;/,.'
roonisj/ebstiug approximately^250,001), ;/',.;
is;-to .be/builfe,atvltegin;i!!!n!extXspring.-!*-"1
rTlie. structure',, which,is/toybe!; of! reiiiW-;
forced concrete aiid briblti.willU),e;builtW"
Jp.5Qhe^qjyii.ci��o/___tlie-slte^^
The.;largest' water' ;reservoii-- ihythe
world: has jtist beentcompleted In
London.: -It "!;cpntains: enough-wa \)t,
to ,'iioat, a,; fleet of the largest" battleships.1 x.'X. .-;."���:-'/;.:::/ yy, x:[ W XX XX. X: z
|ra|Fa|irtgH|r!
^. "Rub ythe ' sc^lp! four/ytimesyya;
_weelc- with!!;jylihard's.../ItXr^-
i/moven -'dandruff."and- prpmotes
.the growth'of tiaiiv!    =:;//-��'-"7 [yX.
���"'������'.���Prince A Licensed Physician
*  ���     a    ���:    -������ '     \     ���:-..' ���;_������ ��� ���������   ���,'���
The PrinCo of Walesybecame.license
cilia pr^tiseiuediclndymklwifery'anib
.surgery:. wlieri: ,he' was Inye/seed at.
York Mousey with; the7imiciue;: distinction /'of;an.ylipnorary.y!d.ii)lonia bf'stlie
jtncient 'and'!..'Honorable'"-Societyyof
Anbttieca.ries.::/'';He''is":/the
ei-ary ;m<3mbei'.! XX%'*. *: yxX:- yi[X'xy_
y
The cheapness ;qf Mother yGrayes*
"VYorm; J2xterrayiatbr'J pu��/"it within
,i'!03tcli! of all,/and it can lie/got at:any.
Xlruggtst's! ''XX[y"X-[:yX'XXyXX   ���!���,'"���-'
!Tfie,/mbre: you7stiryup.ii plate of
Soupy the   ."coplery/it/h^
y_ou'li ;���.find.; it's ���'-.'thQ>:'sarap.;-way"'-;witbi
some friends!"���:.'"'��� 'X[y-XX'-      ,���-:.'"���;
An: .Essex couple/' recently /made
j EheiL--ovni home, the bridegroom even
I made thc'furjiiture'.-
���:yJfay-Rgi.$u^
;   From' hard work on a farm to the study !.
o�� medicine in .-Cincinnati, where; he waa ' '   .
^graduated in- I8G2, vras the course \vhich ;'
��� Pr.;R; V.yPierce1.took.: ���*"".Xy XyXyXyyXXyX
!In his:jounger days"he practiced^nied-/';y/':7:
icine! over a large district.; yIt was thenytlic' / 7
nevyoil fields near TitusyilieyPa.- finally 7/!//
hey determined ���_ to put {up7 some.Tof X his/ W_
prescriptions in readyvto-use form' in order f :y~"
to;reacli; a;larger!number of;.families. XyXXXXy
:':. yHe;thus early niipy!ed:tbBufiaioiyNyY./i"7
andyestabjishe'd; tlie';;World's, pispensaty, XXX
; whci-e;Mie ;pi^'^u^Dr/ ;Picrce-sy,.Goldea~yy/<7
Medical Discovery for the; brood; as \yelI;aayHC;
��� the ;Fayoritc-prescrii.tioh fdrrwomeiij .cari.4!'--'
^fully/pieparingtheihfrom robtsjbarKs.ahd,     :'".
herbsand placed' tli'em witliydniggistacv'-  }
-eiywbere. !'WWW!;-W: WwA ���'������ XXxXzXi-
Xy Duririg^thelast sixty. jiears-Dr^pierce'ay':':!;/-
pisco^ery,.for tlie blood,!has been/sold;iniyiX}
larger.;,quantities.;' by; druggists! ���. tlian/ any'.*:X Zz
otlier med_cine.y_; It is a/tonic in iri eiiect3?vW;
otiythe/stomacli/and��� digestive ^paratus; y v
an alterative in itsyaction on the blood; liver   7!
and skin..-. It increases/the appetite, stirn-y- y
ulates.tlie digestion;^^snrichcs /the! blood, 7.;:
anHinake's both men and women feel as they y [--[
did when theywere-syoung-'and-care free, y^ :;
Ask yc^"ilryeg��st! fprypr. Piercfe's' Dis- ^^7
ixoY<u^.yittyU��yet or^iiqisi^/form, or -send; ;'..
10c for'triabpks. Of tablets to Dfnici^^   ' '���'���*���
Laboratoij, in Bridgeburg, Out.'- -"""
Minard's Linlivent for frost-bitfe*
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>'��*��_ it 9 tea M_UU��aww*>J_m un
the mmm, - gkeekwood, ; m a
V
mo
The Me
lliers Treat Colds
1wJWecfWay
No Longer Necrasary to "Do**" Chil-
cirs-ii With internal Medicine's to
Creak Colds.
_ Children's diges-
-tions are easily upset-by too much
"dosing." ^Vicks
VapoRub being ex-
ternaliy applied,
does not upset little
stomachsr
At the first sign of
croup, soie thro.it,.
'or any other cold-trouble, apply Vicks
freely.   Tliere is nothing'to swallow���
you'just "rub it on."
AP�� Rye
Omt llMtLUQH Jars Useo Yearly
��\
1-
J
Tanks Were .
reat Surprise
Manufactured   ]n" North   of   England,
Secret Was Well Kept
A Canadian claims credit for inventing the tank as an instrument of warfare.     A. tractor   salesman   ot . an
American ' concern   claims Ihe .same,
and a, British subject living" in England claims similar ciedit.     IL would
_,    appear thai  they are not so gjeally
intero.-ilod in (he credit as thej aie-in
--the-if 150,000 wliich  the British" Gov-
,.    eminent' proposes -to give to'ihe inventor if he can be found and il his
��� claim, is accepted. /. -
IJut whoever invented the uiulc^in-
vented a now onginif of war which ia
here to siaj;,for a time, at least, No
.- matter who invented the tank, the
tale of ils manufacture is,one ol'"great
human interest. " " -,      ,.-���
The plans for the tank were submitted , to'tho British'war ollice and
were approved. Great Britain was
alive with.German spies aud only a
few'trusted-oflicials were let in tbe
s>ecrel. A place was sol aside In the-
north of England foi the 'manufacture of the new engine of war. Some
gieat sheds were built   in   the   liearl
- of   a   large   country   estate and the
��� place was picketed.     In order to satisfy  the curiosity  ofj.lie nearby in-
- habitants, tliey were told that a new
and mo:.t deadly explosive was being
niaiiul'ac(ured,"'lho slightest "jar sufli-
cieut lo explode, if. The explanation^
was 'satisfactory and the pickets* had
lillie'to do In keeping curiosity seekers at. a .sole distance. "-
;   A largo.nuinber of the tanks were
' built and were ready Tor -shipment to
, llie sea coast".   "They were placed on
Hal cars' and covered with great sheets
of. canvas.     On the canvas in variius
places was-printed the word "tanks."
Those who saw (be Ira ins thought (hat
the covers contained water (auks for
army supply purposes. v ^'lie.wliolo affair was kept-a secrel.     There was
-never""a hint/us to the nature of Uie
"goods" up.ll they   had" ai rived   in
.-France."   Tho next morning these huge
ungainly-  monsters    came    ninibling
across no man's land,-(iames and bullets  spilling  from  their  shies,  going
-o-'Gr-Hrpriclies���and���miKhing���down
.-breastwork;!. '   Thex'Germans got the
surprise, of their  lives.    "" 'Phe   tanks
Ifild arrived���Waterton, N.Y., Times.
Guarding Against Fire
Few Simple'Precautions.Wil I Reduce
Danger to Minimum    - -
Most fires aro due tci- lack of care,
and ft is ej-eiypneV duty to obseive
a    few'" simple  ..rule's  to'saCeguaul
against llie danger.   ���
���   When storing clothing see thai no
matches are left in the pockets. Never go lo a'cupboard containing clothes
wilb   a lamp   or candle; an electric
loroh h the-best and safest.     It is
very -unwise    to    liang clothes near
stove pipes or.hot chimneys.
II is a very- dangerous practice lo
coax ii flic with paraflin or'methylated spirits, while great care should be
exercised when benzine or petrol is
being iisoil for cleaning purposes, A
naked liglil placed-near the liquid'ma r
cause'a conflagration.'
Aslies should never be nut-in wooden receptacles. Metal" cans aW safest, best and tidiest.'- It is very risky
to dry -wood iti an oven.
Nevei heap up an open grate and
go away and leave il to burn uj> without seeing 'llmt a guard is "placed
around il, < All fuvs should be'screened whero children live.
, Rubbish arid useless articles stored
indefinitely in attics and cellars need
not necessarily cause a lire,,but tliey-|
will certainly help to feed one should
it occur.    Theiefore, clear   out   all
From
||       Fiank Munsey's Career
The Strenuous   Life That Led
One Success "to Another ''
JPor Frank A. Munaey life's fitful
dream is o'er.' it would, perhaps, be
bard tp find a man of bis generation
who le<l<a more sf.r6n.uous life or who1
passed so steadily from one big enterprise to another with almost unvarying success-financially. Yet jio
��oal he ever reached seemed to ap-
as a resting place,     in
US-T^ifll^'tW^
$j^W?^il^l''.Jw^
7,011 ;;stbv��yaqd;1_iinps-:-^
���^'ij^tHot^
nakeririniiinfcV^./yW
DisfiguringPimpIes
Healed By Cuticura
Daily use of Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticuia Ointment whenj
required, not only soothes and
heals unsightly and annoying pimples and irritations on neck and
face, but tends to prevent such conditions. Nothing purer, more economical or more satisfactory than
these fragrant emollients.   >    _.
Sample Each Frw br K__l   Aildr&is Canadian
Depot:   "Steahoiue, Ltd, McatiMl"   Price, Soap
_Sc. Ointment 25 and 50c 'rnlcaro 25c.
'""      Cuticura Sbavius Sticlc 25c
Make Valuable .Discoveries
"The, West For 'Health
/
When
a woman knows that, she is
," homely,   she   isn't ashamed lo boast
oi her al)iIily,,i_S(a cook.
Pame"������*Frotn;;Nevv Brunsw|ck;- ai _d ;'Met
��� ^!-!,>-^'^;!H*a'^ *^n^^Success xonyXy
XXXXyxXiy i ��ra! yesXyXXxi Xyy-')
freal-| paper, said ;7^r<_i!-Miiiidifc^it]i
'hei- Wau^lj.tpr' ivhd'yi 1 ei-.; .gra.ai'ds ori/: a^re-^L'6.
sion .tralii'aliiloqse !Ja^*0Tray2:cars
i^pyMi-s^JIundleyiivK
.^.���^^^i^|;^Q.ctOTs;;- |pld���3ie]i^"il^b:ytkiv
ilnys :>'ei|;!iiura bered^frVToday^sli^is^
^���'iM^n-lli^irt^
[ytlio:!|l'a'tigiio-^!y;;an^
Joi'1'm^!-v^M^Py- clisconifort:iyy^The;
mylicine. tliatyvqrj^d';:^
^S^1^,'111^ ;;Htifl^,gM!;of:^ieye^
:^^inibpi|vdistrj^,yan
���.ye^-s7hav^gworlceil7^
���H^y^riadoiRo^^
y^yX ^y)^r:Xiti(n ;.-,.othei^;i*qt
��W;s e,; :?uiiy liitey y e'ai'r y was "'���}. t lie! ^beis tfol;
Vi Xyi W0y^.v?tiiwm ���: -p. ef:;.:Srai:quis'
M^tythafrim^
^fe��^i?_$��' 'Qwihg7\'eir.-7).Mraii>
while-;'4(? ibiisiieis}[i6)hXaero ;on>ii";320-'
Ucru^farm��� ivorkiy put;%^art)und'yl3,<)0 0
biishels,; :iy^
bush el;!; liicau s:; EgoM*-!���!; money X X Novri!
Mrsvy llu'ii(l!e;isy^
again ;t6's]iom;^e^!13run
th^west";cii!i;(i6!.ferya!! woman-y',!;;!;.;'*.:
Salvaged'Rare Oriental Rug
Italy's Queen Presented  Persian Rug
. "��� l-    To Milan.fiallfiry '
Excavations    Made   in " Mesopotamia
Yield Interesting .Relics Df Past
,   ���*- -   Ages
Part of the throne of'ihc ancient
God)Dn_ofEr"idu, -whom the Chaldeans
worshipped (1,000 years D.C., has been
uncovered in excavations at-,Ur-in
Mesopotamia, according ' to a repbi't
received at Philadelphia "irom. the
joint expedition or tho British Museum
and the University ol Pennsylvania.
Two statues of Rames, LG inches
high and carved in -white gypsum, are
believed by- Mayor C. L'eonar'd Wooley,
of the British Museum, tlie expedition's director, from their -shape to
have come from the corners ol thc
throne base. *
The expedition also found drain
pipes of-terra coila. nenr Lhe palac.0
of Dungre, who ruled in 22nO-IJ.C.
Cravej. were uncovered with the
dead wrappedjn reed matting in day
collins. In the coffins were clay vessels in which were apparently placed
rood and drink. These, utensils indicated ihat thoH graves c\vero of persons who lived from 1(500 Lo 1700 B.C.,
the report said.'       .-     '    ���>    -���
Marjoi "Wooley also reported having
examined the. great wall of -Temenos,
which is supposed to hare been built
by Nebuchaduezzar. "
If was his/ belief, he said, tliat. foundations under parts, of the wall,
thought to have-been built in 2000
B.C., were built in 600 U.CW He found
the'wall well preserved.----
The British MuseiTm*.s expedirioii" began excavation a I IJr oir (!)ct. 2S and
have 220 diggers af work.
The report was made public here by
Dr. Leon Legrain, curulor o,f fhe University of Pennsylvania Museum
Babylonian section. '        '
peal -lo iiim
tlio moving pictures the big business
man is-always represented as a burly
bully hurling commands'.in all: directions and trying to do half-a dozen
tilings nt once. Mr. Munsey ,was a
gather pale, scholarly sort of man who,
when casually met with, conversed in
a low voice and lazily. But he could
blaze into action when occasion called ������for'It.���Toronto Star. '
..
Little Helps For This Week
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
Colds      Headache      Neuritis Lumbago-
Pain       Neuralgia      Toothache     Rheumatism
DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART
E]
y-C^f1^'! ofythe riches both of the
..wisdom-arid knowledge of Goil!."'"- How
^eardinble;' are! His'-judgments^afid
$J,  !^ay^ :^asl- !flncliug .oiitWftomVSu
ugci;
'"orlh   iii to a pleasant
if,..  . ���.���.���,,,..,.,:���*,:->:-7"-;.;; :"���:.!
Saysilhou,'' l lenbwnot. lib'w;;or:-\v]iere,
y!uNo.'help I see! where^ijyrturn;'. y*-
When !oi.'paIl!else���we most despair, ',,.
.-vs?TIi"e;".;riclie's.tof���. God's^toveywe"learn;
.Wheh'-Thou-: and; ly His' hand-no I eugeii
7-i-W-:'^y.tra.ce,"
���He.fil'eads'*! iis
XyXXX- placed . .. .���.,.....
XyXX ���!X: X[,XyXy WPa'urGerhardty ;';
7^yg!never:ltnow-tliivpUgIi:What divine
in'-ysteries-'of yjcoiupeusation&the";.great
riitlieryof the "uniyefseriiiay'-be carrying, out ';His subliineyplaus; biit":those
'tliijee-i'ivofds.'-y'^
coii-lain,. to .everjyydbubting-hear^rthe
sgIutioii"of;allthings.;.!7. zXX}} X Xy, y-
.Accept only "Bayer" package
which contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 100���Druggists,
Aspirin is the trado ' mark : (r6irJ_sl��re3 In Cannda) of Bayer Manufacture.'of Moiioacetldr
��cldcster of Salicylicaciii; (Acetyl Sallcjllc Acid, !'A. S. A."). While It. Is well known
that Aspirin means Bnj-or onanufactiirc. to assist tlie public uKaliiHt ImttatloiiH, the Tablets
.of Bayer Cpmpuoy will lxs"stamped with their general trade mark, the "Bayer
Believes All Life Originated h Asia
cross.1
THE BABY    !   ,
' AGAINST COLDS
By Kecking Baby's Own Tablets
an the House at All Times
To guard ll��_ hnhy aiainst colds
In? hl,ng,C,,rin eaual-Bal)}-'* Own Tablets:
-  Tablets are a mild laxative ihat
Tlio
R. C. Andrew's Says People Related to
'X'-'Z'i':.''Arnericari;: Indiansyy 'v.
..Mr.-Itoy Chapniaa Andrews,ywho is
I'etiirniiiij'wiUi the.'American..Museum
ot 'Natural- History ;thit'd  expedition
���into '"the^ depths ...of- Mongolia, anil ��� the
Gobi Desert, cieclai'cd:  "We received
^confirmation on'our second- expedition
for;the:flrsty'tiine;of, our.the<iry.ythat
all life originated aiich-tlirived;::'oii-the
Asia tic. plateau,; noSv the: Gobi: Desert.-
We found traces .of human beings wlio
lived 20,000..'yearsya'go: ; These .'peo-'
pie niigratcil' to otlier   parls.": of y tlie
.world,' but. theIcradlo.; of life is thefe.
I .believe those 'iieopie Svere; related-
tbythe American' Iiidijufs;;'" I ��im con-
vinced that: a,; land -bridge oiiee con-
nectedyAsia, a.nd. Nortii ';iAin'erica,-::''and.:
that- a; great s'e"a; extended,' inpaleozolcj
J.inies,, through the-eiiiireyceritra] Asia:
plateau,*'���.from!ithe;*'C.aspian''.Sea;!to: the.
Pacific 'Ocean.'* v.X[X :xX:: -- -Xy yy:' ;��� --������
Few Mine Accidents In B.C.
What constitutes a world lecord ivaa
seorod in Driti_.li Columbia in 192D in
tlie matter of fatalities in lho coal
mines of thc province. The death
ra-tc per million tons of coal mined
was 2.4 per cent. Tlio figures for
Britain was 3.85; United Slates, I-I.92;
France, 4.9-1; Belgium, 5.73, and Prussia, 7.04.
u
NIGHTS
MORNING &���<
KEEP YOUR EYES
CLEAN   CLEAR AND   HEALTHY.
-s Alico: I hear Joe likes only brun;
(���Ubb. Alicia: SoMliej-'sny; I'm dyeing to meet him. - y
Sother of Eleven Children
Praises Lydia E.- Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Her interesting Experience
Buckingham, Qtiebcc���"I am ihc
mother of eleven living children,
" land my baby is-
iive. months old.
1 am only 38 years
old and I .have
taken L'y d i a E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
for, weak ness ancl
my nerves. 1 knew
'of ,'it " from my
sister, Dame Ed-
ouard BelTefeuillc
o f Kamsayville.
For live years 1
was'in misery and was'always ready
to cry. Now I am so" happy to have
good health. My-, daughter, who\is
18 years old, has also taken it and
will be happy/to recommend it to all
young girls/'���Dame William Parent, Box 414, Buckingham, Quebec. ���
Why suffer for years with backache, nervousness and other ailments
common to women from-early life to
middle age, when Lydia E. Pinkham's .
Vegetable Compound will give you
relief? * ���
Iri a recent country-wide canvass *
of purchasers of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, over 250,000
replies were received, and 98 out .of
every 100 reported they were benefited by its use.' ^.     ��� c
Queen Marglierila's thrifty spirit bus
resulted iu (lie salvage and iden tiflo-
tion ol' ono of the niost heauthul
Orienlal carpets in existence, '
When slip and King Umbh-to look
over the .Quirinal Palace, she fou_n.il
(lie,carpel cut into six pieces, ^llebig
a good housekeeper, she immediately
liad it resloiedr -' J
- .Recently the " queen gave-" Uio
carpet 1o. tlio Krera Gallery, in Milan
which, in linn, ��� presented it to- tiie
f'ohli-Pezzalozl Museum. .. Now Arthur tlpliaiu Pope, advisory curator in
Mohainrnediin art io the ���Chicago tu-
slitute, has identified the gift as one
ol" the earliest Persia a caipcls in px-
.Istenco."
Wrillng in Dodald, -ai; rlaliau art
magazine, Mr. Pope describes the
c\rj)el us plaliorale in animal and
iHirrtiiiK scciil's ami colored in clear,
soft foiKjs of deep' red and blue, willij
.-while, "grt'cn, -fawn and saffron for
! subsidiary colors. ' Us description
and ila'le show that"it,was mado l)y
Clhiyas-ed-Don in 1521".
,. , Thrift ^n Old Country
Five -Million Saving Certificates Sold
In One Year
' A London paper says: "We may ba
TTllociTdenl-country Tinancially, as ivc
have been assured" from an eminent
authority elsewhere. At any , rate
there slill exists <i"striving alter limit
among at least, a proportion of-llie
people ol England. Forty million
saving certificates were sold in the
last twelvo months, and T21 millions
have_ been sold since *the movement
started in 1916. These certificates
are purchased at 3 6s. and in five sears
lime are worth ��1, which mems interest at over five per cent. Moreover, ihey are not liable to income tax.
The; whole movement, of, course, is
under"the authority of tho government.
ryvillyk-eop: llieylittlie.i'Siie's^stoinacii^and
l)t>yyo_ls Vorking 'regularly.'; ]xl��y is} [a
i-ecognizeii faijtrvthaf.nvhei's- theystpni-
ac]i:,anayboivels^irQyiii*'go6(I;.order .that
,col<)iiVwili:yiibty.exi^t; -that.the -healtlv
of '-tHhiill ttie' one ���Aviil.'be;' good ,'and .'tliat
Ire.^vilivthtive. aQd;:.bei.]iapRS^>'.'7W';'j_'*;;-H
;c'oft.viii.ced -,- tin'oiigli'7,tlie';actual-yuse'��� cif
.tlie.';������Tri-Weis],that.-1iiQre.-.'.-,is, ynoiliing.Vto.
cguin.tljeinUn-iybanisJiin^
anii'Jmligejtionj^lrfea^
simpl.e^ifcvSs;;^'expeillIlg^HTO
'raabingyJte^(liii5ffi{tiiiieXeiLS75
:the thoiiSaiVilsywiiOv:pra^eyBa'by.'Si.O.\vn
Tablets :is^]^ir3;yAiex::>'^yPerry,^Altan>
tic/; ]sr.S;;;;v\r!io:;says:W'r;"aIways; keep'
Baby'syQsvii. TabJets;':iii'tlie';.hpuse:'.as.
Icno-vvyoC; hov other 'niedici neSfor-littlo
;w*7.^~-vBig^Packi^
Swift Canadian Coriipaiiy to Operate
.: ybnyLargelSpale.at Moose;;Jawyy-,.
'y-.y Negotiations'.���ji.aye"*,'. been .���.completed
between-tlio -'.Swift: Canaclia'i." Company,'*
Ltd.,, and .'.the;'City of MQ6se.y,Ta%viiyIi'<.re-,
b'y, tiie company .w-ill^operate tlie liirge
pitcking;plant.erefcted in:tliis��� ciiy-.at,a:
cost '*-' of ^750,000.' arid .formerly-conduct-'
e d y b yy Cord on,','.-Ironsi. des Wirt! y: Par c s,
Tiie.*.- agreohieiit^'calls ,y'for} tlie
plant ylov^iimence7 operatioBs ;'yon
Mjarch;.. Sl'siti. arid. io.})>X .operated.-;eori-
tinuously-foi- eleyen years Wi-'; ' Xy-XX::
r
ones yto; equal '.tlieni.-'^   ._,_ .......
���'���;'.Daily'&'y.Own.! Tali 1 ets";^are*-.-."sold by
Qieiilciiioiy^eaier^ "yoi'-ylly-riuil; a,t:;25
cents; a^bos: from The������ Dr:--.Williams.'
Meill;cinoy.Co.i;v_Oroekville,; but;;: yy}:.
King HussetriyFinancially, .Embarrassed
..PormerKiiig r-fiisseiii.; Ben Aii/ .who
recently-,: abdicated.; when defeatedy:by.
|.;t.l.ie'- Jorces.i-otylbii/SaouQ.^^Uaiiy/oJl
Get Out, Woman!
Vou drive awfully fast, don't
She:
you?^
He: "V/es, I hit 70 yesieulay.' *
She: "Did you kill any of them-?"
N^'d, aiid-ieaderyoC-tlLeWithabi tri.li.es-
.iheji;;Jiasyarrived* atyBtoibay without
mon e'y,y, .sa,>'s;'a':di s patch'- to'-.the -: Daily
Express.; ;jyHe;' wast;tompelled yto/ bor-
roT'���.fioirii.-fcl ends', lo enable /hiin. to cpn-
tinue :,Ms[:journey to - Bagdad.;"./
DrivesjyAs'tlii'na    Before    It.   ���;��� Tlie
smoIi<! or'yapor ''frbriiv'D_;.!J. j), Kel-
j,,Ipgg's.: Asllima*- R-emedy. giv-ea asthma"
chance ,io-Uinge-i-..-,--. It-Eradicates:
no.
Grocer to Clerk.���Getting ready to
go home? ' Why, it's'half, nn'hour be-
fore 'quilling.lime.
Clerk.���Well,    don't   1 iiavo*"to get
ready   half an  hour beforv   vorking-j
time to get here,?
.41-.;,^:
W-   N.   U.   1611
; .Turkish Paper Changes Policy
-Women argto have a page to tliem-
selvesjn a iic\y. Constantinople daily,
"Tlie. People's Paper." _ This renuirk-
able innovation Indicates a change'hi
heart on 'the part of thcTurldsli
press, whicli two "years ^.go was fulminating v iTgains I 'the, few Moslem
women who showed sigiis of auy pul)-
iic activity.       - .. .
f
Crime In Chicago -
flold-up men, liurglars ancUlosser
lliieves relieved Chicagoans of ?1,793-,-
132 in merclialidise and f522,537_iu
cash In 1925, a decrease of ��616,2S7 as
compared -witli .1924, police statistics
indicate. Automobile'.thefts number
S,113, an increase of 2,830.   --
__ She.���,-Whal was tliat rattling sound
I heard just now?'-'
He.���"I-. didn't hea r anv tiling-���I. wfis
trjing. to think."     ,       '       -     1*^
She.���;'Oh, so that's what it was."
y
j Self v Poisoning        ���
\   , Takes Huge Tolij
j ..  :  [
sM^any Fail-.in Life Through I
Sheer Neglect'of Funda-  |
mental Rule of Health    S
,_ -7���^  [
Thousands of men and women arc
Jo-day victims of their ovrn neglect.
Grouchy, listless, qtiickly tiring, suffering front headaches ancl biliousness,
tliey spend qnormotis- sums in medicines without avail. They would give
-- itinch to regain their old vitality.
_ Cap it be done ? - Yes! - vI-Iow?
Simply by recognizing the itnporUnce
of one fundamental rule of health���the,
proper elimination *��� of the bowel contents. vs Poisons that are allowed to
remain in the system quickly lower the
stamina, weaken the nerves.and thus
pave the way.to ill-health. Stop this
self-poisoning[ by taking /Njijolythn%
scientific lubricant that completes'the
work of Nature's' lubricant when,
through modern living conditions, the
natural supply fails.
Nujoljean bc taken indefinitely without injury to the system.   Try Nujol
to-day.- Ask for it at your nearest drug
' store, but remember tfi^rc is only one
^Nujol._ Watch for tfi��,'name "Nujol"
m red bn the label and package.
;the.;.��aus'e'.j.yyOur/experience"with the
���fellel'-girag���'-remedy./shw.Vs/.:. how '.-actual, and* positiy.e'is .the succor ���it-gives;*
lt;l-s:thtt,;resiilt;of;ipjig sUidy/and .exy
peHiiieiit/yaiul was.: not: siilimitted/.to'
the :piil)1icJiiiitil; its inalcer-s, know, it
would, do/its'work ^ weil. .."��� -��� '/' W'-y
/ Excellent   for yCroupy 'Chi Idren.-���
When:;;t;Cliild is/suffering/witli.'croup'
it-.is., a ;gop.d plan .to/iiscyDr. 'riiomas'
Bclectnc-0i.l'f==77=r-H'eiluce3=fh/e-^
malion".and. -loosens: thfl/.'.phleirnii-'i.-giv-
ing/speedy-relief to' the""little.sufferer.
It -is" equally; reliable-.fo^r sore throat
and,,-:chest, [ earache, rheuiflatie: pains;
cut?;:/ /bruises ' and . / sprains.".'/ Div
Thomas' Eclectric Oil is regarded by
iiiany;';th6usaiHls; ./as ,:iur\ iiulisiteiisablo
of, tlie"--family medicine chost'.'���   /  ���
T>AKERS' OVENS���Write for cata-
JL* logue and list, of uused ovens!
Hubbard Oven Company,' 1100 Ciueen
West," Toronto, v -  "
Florida-lias a Pelican hotel. The
polU'aii lias a big bill.���-Spai-laiiburg
Sun.
M.inard's LirimePt relieves headaches
It Does' :0 '���"..'-"/ ..���'_, "'.
/ Young.Latly:. "What malces you stare
at' my iioseVso?" X, f , ''iX':' [X:: '-,.������:
���' ltepoi-fcer: .':'The -editor told; me'.that,
if I wantecl to/ be a': good .'reporter-; I
sliouldiltijcpjji'y eyes* op 'aajriiiing/tliat'
turned:^/.//';'/'.' ������'-' 'W' /"��� /'/,' '-.���'���
iy >y. Shippingv.y/heat West / /   '..Xi-
Jt, .is ; estimated.;tiiat'-.approxiniately
^0,000,000""biislicls." of /wlieat"; frc)in/:t]ie
<lD25i.Albei-la, crop was moved to.:Yan-
cpuyeivliuriugythe 1925.-19.2fi season.    .
" /Ahotlier Svay to -���get'intfnia.le- willi
some-of -tlie best families: is to get-a
job-as/warde'fi.  ' (-.
There is excellent auto service between Damascus and Bagdad, straight
across the desert. ' '.
wmmtummKmuiKiaasamSS
O/BR HALF A OHNTURY REPUTATION
UR, LC uLfcnb O   LIVER^KIDNEVa
DaLEGLERCSWAK/EMfA
���Art AHD KKLIADLK tQR LADIES AII.MH.TS.
Dr.  I  C Ol  BTDP'C        VEGETABLE
R, LC ULCnU Q APERIENT PI LL9.
Bold by laiJInt! Chcnolili. PiTcei In __t.��l��nil 3��.
Bk. LkCLEHC Med.Co. lUKricixURtl. N.W.S.LohJo*
mUkII Ol. 1 Ofrum ��, FKOKl'Ki,E.;TOKOrlTo.O_ii>
���m H, BtskUAN srit.iT.Ntv yok*c cut.
; Tlie, matroirof/'tlielfeeiieral ildspittil
.h'avinffl ordered'' nurses who ': bobbed
tliel.rcliaLii.to /utilize; the' sho'nu tresses.
ast;-sw:.itch<es, tt/'iuay.; be; said'.tli
is tli Vu��kiades*-.'cu{-/.of,/all.|
is'ytlieyicladfjst'cut^oC^all.^'"
iv u;t;sses, -,���������
iaty !^iii| '}
Every cariful and observant mother
knovs when.lier child sufters from
wotihs. She also knows that if sonic
remedy be not speedily applied much
harm will result to the inlaiit. An
excel tent preparation Tor this purpose js Milter's Worm Powstevs. They
drive'woi-niH from the system and set
up stimulating and soothing effecls, so
that tlie child's progress tlicroai ter is
painless and sralisfyine.
She���You used to say that yon were
intoxicated with my l)eaut}-.
���  lie.���Well,   I'm   a reformed drunkard. ���.    , v- ..":,-
Minard's  Liniment'
a ries
used  by  Vete'rin-
Order Your
Farm Help Now
wm contmuc its Pa,�� H��lt> Service during 192(5, aj d ^    b cludf in thU
Service, as, last year, tho supply o�� women domestic* and bojs.
Th-roush c\-pciie*ace  in -Uie prist- fov yeaia   tho 'Cmnrmmr ;�� \^,_, -��  4     _
help U' M<1 1��t'Um?nl'1 *""�� CM> W��*Hr nir��PplicaUoS for fnrm
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Department of Colonization and Development'
7 WIKNIPEG T. ST. K. Hocritater.'aiperinttadaii of .Colon'intioa. .
t. a. AcUt��_��n, ARnctiltural Agent, .
.,.,   _      Canada Colonization Association.  -
���n. J. Gcrcv-, La��i��l Aitent. '
11. P. K<mw, Special Colonization AgOnt.
JumcK Xollrj-, E'ortii l>abor Ajrcnt,
H. J. LooBlirtlt, Lajid Ajrcnt. .
? i__?1,iItr<>!?,','.:0i,t"ct I'assenser Agent.
J. Miller,  L��.nd Acent.
J- DoueaU, <kncrat Atricnltural Agent.
_.    C. La Due fc-yHrwood, Lund Ajrenf.
M. E. THORNTON,
SASIulTOOX
CALGARY
��� VANCOUVER
REGINA,     "
KDMONTON
MONTREAL
Aasistant CommissJonM.
..V-
J- S. DKXXIS,
Chief Comiaissioaer.
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V
THE LEDGE,  GREENWOOD,   BRITISHCCOLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1926
THE LEDGE
G. W. 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
the United States $2.50, always in ad-
. vance.
il. - -
11 *���1
1 . A
i<i'janai here
Tihp
:'-.ni ValgarcUon, a- farmer at
ser,-.Alberta, is glad he went into
suiyar licet'raising:, *��� He secured a
��350 rotnrii from three sriid one-half
acres*" of land." ��� ..'.'���
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 Iraproveinent...<  12.50
(Where more- thau oue claim appears it. notice, $5,00 for each additional claim.)
Winter sport activities at old
Quebec a re in full swing. This is
considered "the most brilliant season
of entertainment for years past.
Hundreds of sport enthusiasts and
tourists from the New Eng-land
states, Canada, and other, parts of
the continent are turning up in force
at the "Ancient Capital."
All other legal advertising,   15 cents a
\ line first insertion, and 12 cents a line for
each   subsequent   insertion,    nonpariel
measurement-.
Transcieut display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals  i2^c.   a  line each in-
. "sertion.
The blue-cross means that
your subscription is due, and
tliat the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
1925 Boundary Ore Returns
The year 1925 showed an increase
of shippers.to the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Go's smelter at Trail
���from the Boundary country, which
includes territory from'' Paulson to
Carmi. This year promises even
better returns. During 1925, 3238
tons were shipped from the following:
Bell, Beaverdell (lead) - 504
Boundary Equipment-Co.,
Greenwood (copper) - 683
Carlton, Paulson (lead) ' . ��� ��� 6
Carlton, Paulson (zinc) .'. - '.'" ; '2
Combination, Greenwood (lead) ]b
Crescent, Greenwood (lead) -���''*.'9
Dollar, Beaverdell (lead) '<- 14
Elkhorn Fr., Greenwood (lead) 2
Federal Bounty, Beaverdell (lead)* 27
Federal Tiger, Beaverdell (lead) 3
Grand Forks Mining Syndicate,
Humming Bird (lead) - 28
Helen, Greenwood (lead) - 19
Imperial, Rock Creek; (milling)   179
;*No. 7, Greenwood (lead) .W 18
Prince Henry,-Greeenwood (lead) 5
Providence, Greenwood (dry) 477
Providence, Greenwood (lead) 3.72
Revenge, Beaverdell (lead) - .91
Revenge, Beaverdell (milling). 32
Revenge,-Beaverdell (zinc) - 10
Sally, Beaverdell (lead) - "711
Spotted Horse, Gjreenwood (lead) 17
Strathmore, Greenwood (lead) 5
Wellington, Beaverdell (lead)-  ...   7
=Yankee^Groupr.Qrand-Forks(dry-)41
Miss Isabel Coursier, only nine-
teen_ years of age, is the world's
woman champion ski jumper. She
created ��� a world record at Revelstoke, B.C. at the age of -sixteen in
1922. This winter, taking part in
the winter sports at Quebec, Miss
Coursier "made a jump of, 83 feet in
the International-Iii tercollegiate Ski
contest, ��� ,. ,; v
A report from Smiths Falls, Ontario, js to the effect that a train,
was stopped in order to avoid a collision with an automobile making
for tie tracks over a crossing. The
train was stationary when the automobile struck one of the cars.
The occupants of the automobile,escaped   uninjured.
Tourists on.the Canadian Pacific
liner. Empress of Scotland were 'at
tie.famous King Solomon quarries,
beneath tlie' walls of Jerusalem, on
Christmas night. Many of them,
according to a cable received-at
C.P.R. hesid offices, bought,gavels,
ma-de from the stone of tie quarries, "with olive.'wood "handle's.-     '
According to information at the ____
headquarters of the Canadian .Pa-'
cific Railway, holiday passenger
traffic this year from points west
was the heaviest -since 1920 in the
past few weeks and represented a
fifty percent, increase .over the
amount handled over Canadian Pacific Itaihvaj*- lines last year. Special arrangements made y to take
care, of the Christmas arid-New Year
rush worked efficiently. *;"..-���'
From Winter's Bite To Summer's 'Glow
sl^J^
-DR.   A.  FRANGIS
--' :..-'-',   :
������ Physician and Surgeon
���'   .     " *���*���    "-
'      t -'��� .     * X asaxa
Residence Phoney69
��� Xi    Greenwood    '
DR. A. JL
',.'    , < 1    DENTIST
Office: McCutcheonjResidence
Greenwood
-"' Cana-dian Pacific^ Railway earnings for tie monbi* of November'
were ��1-9,294,184.37,' an increase-of
$1,193,239.12 over the -. same period
fox 1924. -'Net profits for November slow an increase of ��218,153.80
over the month of November of
1924, Net profits for the. eleven
months en-fling November were $35,-
327,983:83, an increase, ofy'-��1,830,-
043.32 over the corresponding period iox 1924. W..,..'-
Rock Creek School
Treat Contributors
The Eock Creek-i School Committee wish to thank the following for
contributions given for the School
Treat: ���"
���V Mrs. C. Anderson, $1 and' cake; Mrs.
H. Pittendrigh, cake and candy; Mrs. W.
Johns, bread; Mrs. O. Wheeler, bread;
Mrs. W..��� Warrington,*���'cake.and candy;
Mr. and Mrs. ,E. Madge, tea and nuts;
'Mrs. Clark, cake; Misp A. Burdick. cake;
George Lord, box of apples; Robert
Brown, box of apples; Ed. Styles, box of
oranges; Harker ancV Pawsey, figs and
peanuts; Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, cookies;
Paul "Nelson, $2; "Mr. Dodd, %v_ 'Sam
Johnson, candy; Sam Cameron, candy;
W. Wynne, nuts; E. Pittendrigh, candy;
H. Brown, box of oranges; Mr. and Mrs.
Lindsay, 1 dozen "pop corn; Gordon
Haskj.ll, chocolate bars; Arthur Rusch,
chocolate bars; Charles Rusch, chocolate
bars aud.jiuls; Charlie Johnston, nuts;
Jack Luce, nuts; Ted Pittendrigh, peanuts; Jaines Turner, cookies; Fied Carey,
peanuts,
The-flower show had been a great
,success, and a few evenings later
Councillor Smith, who had performed
the opening ceremony, was reading
the local paper's-report of it to-his
w.ife.
Presently he stopped and, snatching up his stick, rushed from the
room. Amazedj his wife picked up
the paper and read:
'���As Mr. Smith mounted the stage
ail eyes were fixed on the . large red
nose he displayed. Only years of
patient cultivation could, have produced an object of. such brillance.
X
Job Printing at The Ledge
According ��� toi Johannes ;Borge,
journalist, of Bergen, Norway, who
is visiting the Dominion to record his Impressions of- Canada,
silver fox farming has become, a
very important industry in-parts, of
Norway. There, are now about 150
dlTCr^fox=farms=in=the=Sondmo.re^
..district of Norway. Lastrautumn,
about 120 silver foxes, estimated to
be worth 1,000,000 kroner, were
slipped-from the island of Norwey.
Traffic on tie Great Lakes this
season compares well with that of
last,year as far as Canadian Pacific earnings are concerned. M.
Mc.-D..Duff,__manager of .the__Great
Lakes, Steamship.- S ervice explained
recently that while grain tonnage
fell below that- of the. 1924 season,,
passenger traffic and package
freight business was considerably
better, making the total well up to
the average.. '
^^^SIB^hSSSIHI
Manila-Filipino tree hut near Gua-c&iupg.
She slips out ot New-York harbor and the Statue of
Liberty fades into'the wintry mists behind her.
It is the-good ship Montroyal of the- Canadian Pacific
Line on her first trip of-the season to the West Indie*
and it is> midwinter witli all' the. harshness of tliat
time, of year apparent. Icy gusts .and-cold snow
falling into the water where- ice is floating. . In eve/y
way the prospect is uninviting and the passengers, are
below decks iii_the warmth, of well-liglited, gay" siilons
and cabins. A little over twenty-four hours of sailing
elapses, and what a ch'ange ! We are back in the good
old summer time.   W ���    ,
Sniall islands pass and reefs so close on either hand
that a golf ball thrown from fie dock might waken ihe
dormitory of.lazy* gulls. In tl.e distance there develops
like a smoke pall, aii'immenso ranyve of r~o*unlai*iis, and
it is sunrise over a calm se��i steeped in the glc-.ries of
color almost beyond imagination, while the'air-is so
warm-' that the lightest bi' summer clothing rs de
rlgueur. ���
. The landfall grows, as it Were, and stands smiling
at us. Gliding smoothly along, ono feels minute, With
the insignificance of a fly on a floor, gazing at a huge
piece of a gilded brown color^so marked are the indentations shadowing tie island's pre'eipittfus sides-
all jags- and -points..   -     ' -  ���   .   ,
The little town on the island is hidden with an African shyness, among palm trees. ", Some fine- buildings,
church and government, offset the milejuipon mile'of
negroes' wooden [habitations that persist untiL the foothills of tlie island's, watershed backbone; from below,
so-solemn in its eminence-; froin above, so impracticable in its cjenellations, gullies and rifts. Through
the craggy interior splash threading streams, and
frothy torrents over rocky shelvev often garlanded with
greenery and rare fronds. "    " ' ���
To the north-west where the mountain turbulence"
subsides, the serried ranks of the sugarcane are marshalled as far as the eye__ can see, and banana trees
grow in., the rich red loam."     Ginger roots, the sprout-,
ing pineapple;'and tobacco are cultivated;, but'the genial heat of-the sun aiding ,and . abetting'native indolence, breeds' theft and petty larceny. X~ So sugar is this
island's staple industry,    ,Permission.'.to view-affsugar-
mill can be obtained.     Nor should the experience  be-"
missed.     The bundles of stigar cane, loaded. with" sap,""*""
are run up an endless sliding foand, to be crushed in a
'mangle, the stems coming out in dry, shreds, the rich
juices'flowing'"away to the circulators, large drum con- $
tainers anil, copper kettles that boil it.     Th*n vanes-,
revolving internally, whisk the juice at high velocity,
thus crystallizing it to the consistency seen in bowls
at the breakfast table:     A by-product of the. process,
once thrown away, now as important as its' parent industry,-is the well-known West Indies rum.
Down grassy slopes by the northern' shore where a
sea of crystal blue cleanses a strip of shining sand,
bathers swim for hours, unwilling-Co leave tie pleasant
warmth of the water for the- slightly cooler outside air.
���Leaving New York on1 January'- 28 for the West
Indies the- Canadian Pacific ��� Linen Montroyal makes
fifteen ports of call before returning thirty days Jater.
The Montroyal makes a second trip tc7tle."West"Indie3,
taking'in different ports, leaving New York March 1
and returning March 30. Shore ..excursions"are arranged for ports where interesting' eights, may bi>
taken in. " -. '
SlNTHE COUNTY COURT OF YALE;
HOLDEN AT GREENWOOD
' IN PROBATE
A partyrcf
'.linr.cr.it^s, bound for
western Canada, mostly to Manitoba, arrived in Montreal recently
with the report that those of' their
sect who had gone to Ho^ano, -Mex-,
ico, \-.-crs far from satisfied ar.l intended so.r.x north. It is understock that 1.CC0 KwrMzs have
c-:X::y.v.yl io Cy.rr'1?. within tha last
two r.'.-j.ith'? and tlr.t about 2,500
r_;a:-e would bc cenr'nr*: 'n f.u spring.
ILir.s' C"'.r'T, in ch:-~e of the
>-.->.���'y, $-.Iri vs. I n "��� ? of tr.:./. '.._j'J��ht
jf  _"-':- ���'  tb XXy. jo,      '
Advertise in The Ledge
IN THE-MATTER of the Estate of Frank
Forester Ketchum, late of Beaverdell in
the Province of . British Columbia, deceased. '*
NOTICE is liercl.y fjiveirthal 1>y a.11 order
of.His Hbnour Jiidjrc 11 rown.-dated lhe 12tli
day of November, A.D., 1925, 'W. J. C. PaUcr-
soiij^_>f Beaverdell, ivas appointed JCxeciilor of
tlie Estate ol the said Prank Forester Kelcliiiin.
deceased.. , ; '_
___AKQ__FURTHER^-TAKE-yO'JHCJa-l.iiat.
all creditors and others having- claims against
the Estate of thc said Prank- Forester Ketchum,
deceased, wlio died 011 July loth, A.D,. 192.5, are
hereby required on or before the 15tli oi March,
A.D., 1926, to send by post prepaid or deliver to
the said W. J, C Patterson at Beaverdell,
B. C, Executor of tlie Estate of Frank
Forester Ketchum. deceased, their Christian
arid surnames, addresses and descriptions the
full particulars of their claims, tlie statement
of their account and the natureyof the securities
(if any) held by them,
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that
after such mentioned dale the Executor may
proceed to distribute the said Estate among
lhc parties by law entitled there-to, liavhijf Ve-
(ra.ro only lo_lhc_claims of wliicli.lie shall then
liave liad notice and tlie Executor wil 1 not be
liable for lhc said Estate or any part thereof to
any person or persons notice of whose claims
sliall not have been received bv liini at the
time of such distribution, ' '       ���
DATED at Beaverdell, B.C., this 14th day
of January, 1926. , .   -
W. J. C. PATTERSON,
I      "       ���  Executor.
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and
Repaired
;  also Shoe Repairing
C. A. CARLSON, .Next Swayne.Hou^e
HOCKEY
at 4he Greenwood Rink
W
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Jan., 22nd, 1925
Grand Forks ^vs ..Greenwood
^eatlsLEinishejd
AT
\
"   .        SEND YOUR
BOOTS  and  SHOES
To
ilEa ARMSON, Grand Forks,
Tlie 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material  guaranteed.   We
pay postage one. wav..   Terms Cash.
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151 ���*������
IMIMENTS-
PRE-EMPTIONS   ^
- Vacant, ,.' unreserved, . BUi-veyed
'Crown lands may'be. pro-empted by
British subjects r^^8.years of age,. .
and by*aliens on^declarlng Intention--,
to become" British subjects, ooh'di-
tional ��� upon ��� t^esidence,' occupation,
an"d^ improvement for. agricultural
purposes.
Full, information concerning regu- -
'latlons -'regarding' pre-emptions is
given ��� in Bulletin No.' 1, Land. Series,
"How to' Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can-be obtained free of charge
by addressing the Department , ot
Lands,. Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.    ' _���������  <P.-',���-
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 oMhe Coast Range
Vand 5,000 feet per,-.acre east of that
.Range.      - "���.-,.        ���W    '
Applications for .pre-emptions are' '
to be addressed _to-the Land Com-.,'
missioncr of-the-Land Recording Dl-.^.
Vision, in^which -the land applied for' ~ .
Is situated, and aro made on printed .
forms, copies of which can be ob-' .
tained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five  years  and improvements"  made
to value  of  SlO.perj^cre,  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
iSnd." ".,�����- -
PURCHASE  f
,  Applications are received for pur-    ,
���chase   of  'vacant   and   unreserved
Crown  lands, not being tlmberland,
for agricultural purposes;- minimum
price for first-class (arable) land la
��� $5 per,acre, and second-class (graz-
��� ing). land .$2.50 per acre.   Further .information regarding.purchase of"leaso
of Crown lands' ls given in Bulletin   ���
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown, Lands."
7 Mill, factory, or industrial Bites on   .
timber land, not" exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions    ��� including ,.  ��� payment"     of
stiimpage:       7 '     ' . '   . .
HOMESITE LEASE8. ,
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding i^X"
acres, may be leased, as liomesites,
conditional, upon   a  dwelling  being   '
erected,in the first yoar, title being   -
.-obtainable"" after, residency and lm��
^provement7~cond'itlon3   are"7 fulfilled
^and land has, been surveyed.   "
' X ' LEASES     / -'      ,   { 'X
' For  grazing . and- Industrial   pur-
Mses areas not exceeding. 640 aores
imy,be leased by one.person or a
cRnpany. - ,.'���
���       '   ,GRAZINQ      y;,--- \
.  Under the Grazing Aot^the Prov���'
ince.is,divided into grazing dletrlots
and the range, administered under &,,
Grazing   ,  Commissioner.  ..  Annual
��� grazing permits are. issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given-
to established owners. Stock-owners .
may . form- associations for range,
management. Free, or, partly free,
permits are. available for settlers,
campers as4 travellers, up to tea
'baa_l        V      1 * -.   /
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The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co'.
of Canada, Limited
Office, Smelting a"Hd, Refining Department
...   "'   TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers.ofGold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
ProdnceT8   of    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,    Pig  Lead.' and Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
The Mineral Province of Westefn Canada
TO END0F DECEMBER; 1924     - ^ "
Has produced Minerals as follows: - Placer Gold, $77,382,953; Lode 0old7
1118,473,190; Silver, $68,824,579; Lead, 870,548,578; Copper, $187,489,378; Zinc," -'' v--'
$32,171/497; Miscellaneous Minerals,  $f,431,349;'Coal .and Coke, $260,880,048; ';���    .
Building'Stone, Brick, Cement, etc.', $42,225,814: making its Mineral Production   7 x,X'
to fehe endof 1924, show. an. 7 .^      'j;        v-. ��� ' ,_    ���"    .   .'.       ���',.-...-'.:   ~W ���
X- i Aggregate Value,tf-$W,wMbzX[y:y[x
for the Year Ending December, 1924,^48x7^4^04
The Mining Laws of this Province are more iiberalrand the fees lower, than" those of any-other
province in fehe Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire. .���   -   ���
Mineral locationa are granted to discoverers for nominal fees, ���   '
Absolute Tifeles aTe obtained  by developing such properties, tbe security of which'is guaranteed
by Crown Grants. - - v
'      - " . ���
Full information together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing���
-f    ,   x.)     v     _ THE HON. THE ftUNISTJER OF MINES
VICTORIA,, British Columbia.
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N.B. Practically all British Colombia-Mineral Properties upon which'development work has been
done are'described in Bome orie.of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those
considering fining investments tshonld refer to such reports.-   They are available without
l , charge on application to fehe Department of Mines, Victoria, B.C. Reports of the Geological
Burvey^of Canada, Pa<5ffio Building, Vancouver, are recommended. as valuable sources, of
information, n- --��� i .-- ' K
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