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The Oldest Mining Camp Newspaper In British Columbia
Vol.   XXXII
No.   10
Winchester and Western Ammunition
Dominion Canuck Shot Gun Shells
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'  '--. We have a splendid display of ���-.     *
-,.. Heating Stoves
Just Received - * ���  " "
Jujrs, Cups. Saucers, Bowls, Classes, Crocks sizes 2 to 4, and Dishes;
also Table Oil Cloth Patterns
Fresh Salmon and Halibut
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For Quality and Value Order From
Phone 46
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For Anything in the
Drug ^or, Stationery   Line
Call or mail your orders to
Kodaks,   Films,   Albums.    Victrolas,   Records,   Etc,
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We carry ouly the best stock   procurable" in
Beef, Veal,  Pork,   Ham,  Bacon, Lard, Etc.
A trial will convince you
Semi-Ready Tailoring Co
Also the
Popular Berger Line of Toronto
Ladies and Girls
Fine English Hose
Fine Silk Hose
. Latest Colors
H Our-JNew Fall Millinery
is on
Mrs. Ellen Trounson
Real Estate and Insurance
Fire. Accident & Sickness, Life,
Automobile. Bonds. Burglary, &c
Houses- for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office of
Greenwood, B.C.
Greenwood Theatre
Commencing at 8.15   p.m.
CARL I.AEMMLE presents
"Love and Glory"
Sec tbis great epic of thc -hutnan-
hearl. The eternal triangle with a new
a-firi unique ending. The courage and
unselfishness of two men. The love aad
constancy of one woman. Woven into a
grand symphony of joys and sorrows.
With one big throbbing scene that you
will never forget.      , / -
also    ,
A New Round Of
The Leather Pushers
We have a fresh stock of
Rifle & Shot Shells
for the hunting season
 Try_our _' -.
long range shot shells   -
They kill further
McMynnV Store
Midway, B.C.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
(Old Windsor Hotel Office)
We carry a stock of
F. J. WHITE. Manager.
The Consolidated Mining & 'Smelting Co.
- of Canada, Limited
Office," Smelting and Refining -Department
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
.Producers   ai    Gold,    Silver,   Copper,    Pig   Lead   and Zinc    -
NOTICE is hereby .riven that Revenue
Silver Mines, r.imitcd. ICoii-IVr��oi>;iJ Liability,
intends to apply to the Kc-EriMi.tr of Companies
that "it-; .mine l>e climifred 40 "llca-ver Silver
Mmp-5, Limited. N��u-Peisoi_;il Liability."''
Dated .11 Victoria. U.C., this 17th day of
September, 1925. -   _
h. e. a. courtney:
Solicitor for the Company.
Job Printing at The Ledge
Card of Thanks
Mrs.- L H. Hallett and family
wish to thank all friends for the
many kindnesses shown during
Iheir past bereavement sad for She
many beautiful floral tributes,    ���
This is holiday week in The
L'.-dge office, which accounts for
tbe curtailment of news.
Chas. Nichols returned home
on Sunday from Rossland.
Blue grouse season opened today and closes on the 15th.
Get your costumes ready for the
Masquerade  Dance on Nov. 9th.
.Mrs. J. E Hoy returned on
Friday from-a visit: in Penticton.
7, Mrs.- E. L. Kidd, of Grand
Forks, is visiticg"> Mr. and fMrs.
E. F.Keir.    '   V
A report of Col. C, E. Edgett's
meeting on Tuesday will appear
ia the next---issue.
E. F. Keir won three prizes for
Chinchilla rabbits at the Grand
Forks Fair this week.
Mrs. Pannell, of Midway, was
in town on Friday to7 attend the
Hospital Board meeting.
""Jack Anderson, of Anaconda,
is now employed with the Puget
Sound Power & Light Co., in
Seattle. :
Bij/Roavcley has taken a lease
on tbe Gold Pick, across Bound-
- - ,ss>
ary creek from the E'khoru, from
Jim Drum.
The"War Veterans 7th Aunual
Masquerade Dance will be held
in the Masonic Hall on Monday,
Nov, 9lh���Aimist'ice Day.
Alex. McArthur and John A.
McArthur. of Bouudary Falls,
left on Friday morning for the
Old Man's Home in Kamloops.
Owners of dogs should- keep
,them chained up at night instead
of letting them roam the streets,
annoying the citizens by barking.
George Hallett, of Fernie, is
spending a few days in town',
having been called home through
the death of his father, I. H.
The Greenwood Laffalot Girls
Club will- give a Concert in the
Greenwood Theatre on Friday,
Oct. 23rd. . Watch for further
- Col; C.-'E. " Edgett, df Cold-'
stream, was the unanimous choice
of the Liberal Convention in Penticton last Friday, to .contest
Yale in the Liberal interests.
Fire Prevention Week is set for
Oct. 4tb to 10th. It is the duty
of every citizen to clean up and
exercise care to avoid fires, and
remind others to do the same, x
Read E- F. Keir's Auction Sale
adv. on fourth page. The following has been added to the list:
1 eight-year old horse, dressers,
washstandsaad a Singer sewing
machine. \        ���    .   ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carlson,
who have been living in Vancouver for some years, returned
to town on Sunday to reside, having bought the Benson house on
Gold street
Remember the Lecture on
Tuesday' 6th, October, in .the
United Church at 8 p.m. Subject:
4<The Romance of Bible Translation and Distribution", by Rev.
Nelson Harknes?, of the B. C.
Bible Society. Collection ia aid
of Society. The Lecture will
also be given in Midway on Mon*
day 5ih, Oct.-, at 8 p.m.    -   '>   .
An accident, which might have
been very serious, occurred on the
Kettle Valley Railway on Friday,
as the eastbound passenger train
was approaching Rhone, one of
the front wheels of tbe engine
came off. The engine was sidetracked and aaother secured from
Midway, and consequently the
| train was three hours late.
Sudden Death Summons
Comes to Isaac H. Hallett
The sudden passing of. Isaac
Hoyt Hallett on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 27th, came as a shock
to his family and to his many
friends in Greenwood and
througout the Province. ��
For some years Mr. Hallett had
uot been in robust health, but
was able to attend to the duties
at his office. He was not feeling
so well on Sunday and was taken
at 1 p.m. to the Greenwood and
District Hospital, where four
hours later he crossed the great
divide.        . -
-The late Mr. Hallett was born
in Sussex, N.B., on May 13th,
1856. After graduating from
Harv^&iciii 1882, he practiced in
his old home town for a number
of years under the law firm of
Hallett and Fowler. In 1882 he
answered the call of the West,
coming to Vancouver where he
followed his profession and also
held the responsible 7 position of
police magistrate. Hearing of
mining activity in the Boundary
he moved to Greenwood in the
spring of 1896, and for a number
of years was a member of the
firm of Hallett and Shaw, the
later now being police magistrate
in Vancouver. After Mr. Shaw
left for the coast, Mr. Hallett,
until the day of his demise, conducted a law office on Copper St.
It is hard to realize that the
"Judge" (as he was better-
know) will not be seen on the
streets of Greenwood >gain. He
was a prominent figure and was
always oh hand to welcome the
old-timers when they returned on
a visit. For a great number of
years he held the office of police
magistrate resigning a few years
ago. He was a great booster for
Greenwood, staying with the
town during all the ups and
downs. He had great faith in
the mining possibilites in this 'section, owning claims here and on
Wallace Mountain, where he has
a number bonded.
He was married in Vernon on
August 11th, 1897, to Miss Ellen
Hall, of Vancouver, who survives
him; also two -sons, James at
home, and George, with the Canadian " Bank_ of Commerce in
Fernie. To the bereaved ones
the sincerest sympathy of the
community is extended-in the loss
of a loving hiisband and father.
The funeral was held in Greenwood on Tuesday, at 2'p.m.,
Services being held in St. Jude's
Churclr and at the graveside,
Rev. E. A, St. G. Smyth officiating. It ,was vefy'largely attended. A profusion of beautiful
flowers covered the casket. The
pallbearers were: A. Sater, Jas.
Muir, G. B. Taylor, J. H= Goodeve, Chas. King and P. IL McCurrach.
Boundary Falls School
Report for September
Teacher, Ruth Axam
No. on register -       -        10
Average daily attendance        15.47
Total actual attendance     -   2G3
Proficiency List:
Grade I (b): Florence Casselman, William Boltz, John Swau-
lund.    ������'"���-
Grade Jl:   Svea Johnson.
Grade III:     Grace   Casselman.
Grade IV: Edna Swanlund,
Verona Klinosky, Louise Swanlnnd, Verdun,, Casselmau (not
present for all examinations.)
Grade VI:, Zophia Klinosky,
Helen Casselman. Andrew Swan-
landj-Daniel Boltz, Alice Casselman.
Grade VIII: Lawrence Folvik,
Annie CasBelman.
Perfect Attendance:
Daniel Boltz, ;WilIiani Boltz,
Annie Casielcnan, Florence Casselman, Grace CasBelman, Helen
Casselman, Andrew Swanlund,
Edna Swanlnnd, John Swaulrind,-
Helen Swanlund, Svea Johnson.
Competitions to be Held
At Rock Creek on Friday
The* Rock Creek Women's Institute held their monthly meeting
at Riverside Hall, last Saturday,
quite a number of members being
present. The President. Mre.
Douglas Hamilton was in the chair
and kept thosejjfpresenfc very interested. Various items were discussed among which was the cancelling of the Fall Fair. A small
programme has been arranged to
take place on Friday, Oct. 2nd'
(formerly the Fair date.). There
will be a childrens pig competition,
childrens chicken competition, and
for adults there will be a special
prize for 1 bushel of potatoes, any
domestic variety (there must be
five entries), and prizes for 1
bushel of wheat and oats. The
U. F. of Midway, are giving a
prize for the boat pair of young
turkeys. During the afternoon
the Institute women wilt serve
afternoon tea with cake and sandwiches. After the above programme was arranged the delegate,,
who attended the Institute Convention in Victoria in July, gave
her report, after which a vote of
thanks was extended to her. Tea
was then served by Mrs. G-. Pitman
and Mrs. Jas. -Lindsay.
At the sitting of -the County
Court of Yale holden at Green*
wood,  on   Monday 28th,   Sept.,
His Honour Judge Brown made
feeling    reference    to   the  loss
sustained by the court and  community at large - in the death of
Mr. I. H. Hallett, barrister.    His
Honour    referred    to   his   long
association  with   the   late   Mr.
Hallett who had^so acceptably
filled  the-offices'of  Police and
Stipendiary Magistrate in Greenwood. On behalf of the Bar at
Grand Forks,  C. JF. R.,.Pincott
voiced his regret at the passing of
his  colleague, Mr.  Hallett, and
suggested   that   the  Registrar,
Mr. P. H_ McCurrach, be asked to
convey the court's sympathy to
the widow and family.
The contractor has commenced
repairing the roof of the Armstrong Hotel, which will be the
aew home of the Greenwood aad
District Hospital*
.  "Love and Glory"
A human story of French peasant
life that carries a real thrill of
adventure and a beautiful romance
of a great love is reflected in {<Love
and Glory" which.- will be screened
at the Greenwood Theatre .on Saturday, Oct. 3rd. ' The film play is
based on the novel, "We ' are
French," by Perley Poore Sheehan^
and Robert Davis. The featured
players are Charles De Roche,
Wallace MacDonald, Madge Bellamy, Ford Sterling, Charles De
Eaveune and Priscilla Dean Moran.
Coming Events
Don't forget the Sale at Rock
Creek on -Satnrday, Oct. 3rd, by
the Rock Creek Farm Women; also
.the Hailow-een Dance on Oct. 30th
at the Midway Hall by the Roek
Farm Women.
A real treat is in store for
those who attend the Concert aad
Dance in the Farmers Hall;
Midway, on Friday, Oct. 9th.
The Farm Women are putting on
a playlet and it is being undertaken by them exclusively, as^
well as other items. Bush's
orchestra will supply music for
dancing. Admission for Concert,
Supper and Daace, adults, $1 00, -
children SOc. Do&'tfail to attend. THE   LEDGE,   GKEKNWOOD,   B. <X
Confidence���A National Keystone
Evidence accumulate.; of tlio treiiK-'iuloiis jnipcius wliich tho .1925 crop of
Western Camilla it. giving to business throughout thy length and breadth of the
Dominion, while -paving iliv way for still greater increases and expansion.
Almost every day the daily newspapers toll of some new record established.
Hol.li ihe C.l'.tt. and Canadian National are loading larger numbers of cars
daily wiih grain than ever before in their history, with the result that .the
sireani oi wheal pouring inio the terminal elevators is surpassing anything
hitherto experienced in this counlry.
The Saskatchewan' Co-operative .Elevator Co., the largest initial \vlieat
handling company iu i.he Dominion, if not in the world, recently took iu 1,200,-
000 bushels in one day, where as in no previous year did it Quito reach the
oiiu million bushel mark.
Anorhor most gratifying feature of this year's crop is that Lite actual
yield per acre is not only coming up to the curlier estimates, but, taken ou
ihe whole, those estimates are being exceeded. lu the matter of grade, too,
the out-turn is highly gratifying, this year's crop grading higher than in any
previous year. iS'ot only is a very high percentage of contract grades, but
at least half of the contract grades in Saskatchewan is reported as No. 1 Northern. **'.."
The large increase In wheat production in Canada this year, the satisfactory yield per acre, the good grade, and tho substantial price js becoming well
known throughout the 1,'iiilod Siates.wltere the crop this year lias fallen
away below the average. As a result a movement of United States farmers
to Western Canada has already J;egun. 0
The 1925 crop has also provided a final and conclusive reason Kr'such an
old established concern as tho Hudson's Bay Company to take, active steps to
carry info effect its pre-war policy of extetuliug operations throughout the
West. The If. li. Company has, therefore, commenced building operations
on a new $0,000,000 store in 'Winnipeg, is enlarging its store in Vancouver,
has purchased additional property to provide extensions at Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon', and has just, concluded the purchase of an extensive sife
ior a store in Itegina. '
These are some of the outward and tangible evidences of the renewed
���confidence in Western Canada whicli is now felt by everybody. That, restored confidence is. ln fact, the most valuable asset of all. It means more
to our people and to this country and its future than all tho millions of dollars of new wealth which thc crop itself represents. ' _   ���
While the West was passiug through the past tow trying and diflicult
years, there was an all too general tendency towards pessimism and in thc
direction of decrying the country itself. When I lines are. rather hard) and
people are lookihg at.the blue side of things, they are apt to forget -that all
countries have periods of depression, and thai every year cannot be a "good"
year. This year's crop, however, has demonswated. that Western Canada,
as a country, is all right, and as.a result the. people are takinglie'ari.. There
will, he im boom, hm-there will im<iuusiion;ibly'i>e"'_a newer and firm confidence.
��� - And con lid one
asset.     ,I_ac'
litis, in ihe past, been an outsiandltiK.-:)iaiitinal.-.-wf:'aUiiess'.-' -In the planning'
and execution of great nalional uii_de.n.aking.s 'Canadians have displayed :c6n;.'
fhk-neo, bul all t.o6;i're(iuent.ly_in--i.hC'iivindividualcapaciiy and enterprises they
have been timid raid. IV-arful to'yoiu.iiiv.*    Such' hick- of confidence ha a been
'.moro in. evidence'in j he East- than1 ih, fhe WostWlthqugh'lhis section of the
.Pomi-iiorr.hMS not" lacked croakers andp'roidieis of. blue'ruin.   ���;"���'   '.- 'X-.X-y, '
This year, the 'West, is not' only.-proving io iis"own,people what it can do,
/li�� i it isdemonstrniing to all CaJiada-an-d-Uiivworh1. iit large tiiatuiider normal
-���conditions it" etui; provide'tlio means' to.ki'ep ail (he '.wheels.of- industry turning.-
Supremacy Of tbe Air
New British Seaplane is Capable of
Great Speed
The Napier S-l which ls tho secret
seaplane built al Southampton for the
British entry In the Schneider air cup
race at Baltimore,..is now ready lor
shipment to the United States. The
utmost secrecy is still preserved, but
it Is capable of speed of considerably
more than four miles a minute.- The
machine has monoplane wings built in
one piece and no fabric is used, the
only materials being metal and wood.
The propellers are metal and the design throughout is entirely novel. Tho
British hope not only to win tho cup,
but to gain definite air superiority.
Just   Dip   to   Tint   or
to Dye
^Ifti^QRr-:^"-;'!* _W
What Is Evaporated  Milk?
Interesting Information Regarding
This Important Article of Diet
While the use of evaporated milk is
general all over Canada, occasionally
the query is made, "What is Evaporated Milk " Evaporated Milk is
nothing but fresh milk from which
part of the water has been removed
by evaporation. (Fresh milk is 87
per cent, water.) Nothing is'added
to it. Nothing but water is taken
from it. This concentration makes
it moro than twice as rich as ordinary
Each 15-cent pack- ,ulilk' A��er " is tl,us concentrated,
age contains direc-.i,l; 1B l)Ut 1U aii'-tight containers, steri-
tlons so simple any'llzed aiid marketed by the grocer, the
woman "can tin? soft,
delicate'' shades    or
dye rich, permanent
colors    in    lingerie,
silks, ribbons, skirts,
w ti i s t s,     dresses,
coats, ' stockings,
sweaters,   draperies,,. .
coverings,    hangings!1S  px'I>o.secl to the air and thereforo
manufacturer putting his brand on it,
as Borden's St. Charles Milk, for example. Milk is fre3h unless it has
been subjected to attack by' the bacteria ��� which destroy Its freshness.
(Milk, when it comes from the- cow,
Buy Diamond Dyes���no other kind���
and tell your druggist whether the
material you wish to color is wool or
silk, or whether,II is .linen, cotton or
mixed goods. .     ~
illdence is. let.it be "repeated-, a, real aiuLviiaily important national
Xk of confidence on.th'e-jiarr. of.ihe pi': op lc" of "Canada individually'
Thief Returns Valuable Watch
A year ago, burglars entered the
home of E. F. De Bower, Chicago,
president of the American Academy of
Letters, through, a..window and;stole
jewelry,, including a specially made
?800 wrisl-%ateh,that enabled Mrs:. Do
Bower, who is blind, to tell the time.
There was said to be only one other
watch-like it in Chicago. The other
night the same window was raised and
a package pushed through. It con-,
tained the watclj^and this note: "jom
Connors, is dleing, wan you to have
this and pray-for hint. -    iris-pal.'"
For     -
There's Nothing Equals
J2 Years':Backache;���)-.-;..
7; Subdued:hf: "Neryiline
..���-"Backa'cUe %vas."fhe"banc~oi1 iny'life,
.���find for' two .years 1 was. so .laiiie' as. to
b.e unfit:for work," writes K. S: Stoarie;
7 New -Holstein  Sales Service
Prospective -Buyers-'Notified ''Where
.'' -':._ .Cattle Are For Sale ' ..   -.'���
��� The Holstoin-i'riesliiu'Afisocia'iion of
Canada,   through,  their Ji old man 7 Mr.!
K".:M: .liollby'rort" Perry, .Ont.,' ."arc!
from' G<-oH,.etown7 -.- ".While- iff Smith' 'providing a.��� special, sales . service"for j
I>os.' Dnig'Store, ('"heard of. Nerviline j prospective "buyers oT:ilolsloiti cattie.-
-efugit.wb_idoiful pain, dost rover ;.ko; J | fC .^ i.Uended-tolielp'the small.brced^
oeidod lo try.--Nerviline.  ��� Thanks toi  ���-"   ������-.; ,-,:--.        -        ...,-*.-_    -.':
my "two-years' backache was 1 '-''' 7b5"- ]otUll>' prospective, buyers Know [
' in'd "to-da.^ I.am perfect- j where.cattle an
-" boln
... (I
" Nervi)! it
��� rubbed ,-awav
. "ly well."' '  .
7 All Uioso who suffer- froii'i^wciak,;ac!ir.
'' iTig'baTdcs, '".tliose" "wliiise -jiuisctos' - are
-si iff,i whose joints^arcswolh'nrlct-i.hem
Zify Norvi'line^fhe iinin'ieiit that.-.is ever
; fai.ls."��� -SSc- .it.all- dealers.-   '
subject to bacterial contamination.)
In tho course of .time the numbers
ot* such bacteria increase, and their
action on tho milk destroys its freshness. When,.milk becomes sour it is
because the lactic acid bacteria have
attacked the milk In such numbers
and for such time as, to develop the
lal'ctic acid that makes It sour. Evaporated Milk is concentrated at plants
in the couutry within a few-hours after,
i t comes from thc cow, the Ilorden
Company, for instance, operating large
condensaries at such dairy centres as
Truro, N.S., IngersoU and Norwich,
Ontario, and South Sumas, B.C. The
milk is put into 'air-tight'' containers
and sterilized. By sterilization all
bacteria  are destroyed.   ��� 'The attack
-Golden Text:  In him we live, and
move, and have our being.  . Acts .17.28.
Lesson: Acts 17.16-3,4. ...
Devotional Reading: Psalm.139.7-12.
The   Text   Explained   and   Illumined
Paul's Occupation At Athens, verses
16, 17.���While Paul awaited the coming of Silas antl Timothy (see The
Historical Background), his spirit was
provoked within him as he beheld the
city full of ..idols. To the cultured
Athenians these idols were only objects of art, but lo the ignorant they
were gods. .-������-������'
A good criterion of a man's character may ba gained from the knowledge of ihe things whicli stir his
.Paul preaohed In the synagogue to
the Jews and proselytes, and also reasoned in the marketplace every day
with them that met him. In this he
was like Soorates, who was wont lo
stop his compatriots and by cross-
examination try to arouse in them a
desire for baiter things.
-Paul may have been more successful .in his work with individuals than
in his public preaching. Personal
work often wins where preaching
fails. This is a ministry which all
" Heel Holds Powder
. A hollow heel that serves as a powder box has been~invented ln Eugland.
Iu appearance the heel looks like the
ordinary high heel of a woman's shoe,
but whenever the wearer wishes to
powder her nose she simply releases
a catch at tho back of her shoe ancl
the powder box heel swings down on
a hinge, releasing a powder puff.
Danger Signals That Everyone
Should Take Seriously
Pain is ono of Nature's warnings
that something is wroug with the.
body. Indigestion, for instance, is
characterized by pains ln the stomach,
and often about the heart; rheumatism by sha.-p pains in the limbs and
joints; headaches are a sign that tho
nerves or stomach are out of order.
Iu some ailments, such as anaemia,
pain is iiot so ���prominent. In this
case Nature's warning takes the foriti
of pallor,' breathlessness filler slight
gALLY ANN removes brown
water - spots from
porcelain. ~ It keeps
your bathroom
spotless and sanitary.   .
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Manufactured By
Sales Agents, W. P.. Beatty & Co.. Ltd..
Vancouver, B.C..
exertion, palpitation of the heart, and
of such bacteria is absolutely stopped, j loss of appetite. Whatever form
No" further bacteria can get into it. j these warnings take, wise people will
The. sealed container, brings if'to the I nc>t ignore flic fact that many diseases
j have their origin 4m poor blood, and
| thai when ihe blood is enriched the
consumer as fresh and sweet as when
it came to the country plants.. It will
keep fresh aud sweet on the pantry
shelf until '.he can is opened and, put
in a cool place, will then kenp sweet
much longer after opening r.hanbot-
tjed milk aftt-r if is delivered to tho
i-hotne..'     ,   ���       ;     '������.--'.    ���   .  .. ���
Painless antl perfect'in-their action
trouble disappears. Dr. Williams'
Pink. Pills aro most helpful iu such
cases because they purify and build up
the blood lo its normal strength. ln
(his way.it. tones up ihe nerves, restores llie appetite and gives pertVct
health.. "Miss Hazel Ik-rndt, of Arn-
prtor, Out., has proved the great value
of this modiciue and _'.:iys:���"I am tt
young girl and have been working in
Says Adam Died Of Gout
Adam died of tlio~gout7'stiys *tn ancient document held by tho Heralds'*
College, of London. Tho document,
the origin of which is unknown, but
wliich was written in the sixteenth
century, professes to trace the genealogy of the Saxon kings back to
Adam and Eve.
Adam succumbed to the "gowtc." Jt
is declared, and was burled in Hebron.
" Whether, if he had continued to cat
Jin' apple a day, he would hare kept
the doctor a.vay, is not mentioned.   -
feverish" restlessness, - frequently - end-'
ing in"convulsions.     A point:of notable importance-is that after Miller's
Worm . powders   have   expelled    ihe
f-worms, ;tho  stomach  and  bowels  are
J toned, up. in to a very healtliy-condl-
itiosi. *���' . -      _
������-..' ,'   '     ' 'Spoiied-"It All -,"'.   -
',:    J.ust  about.-.- the. time, the'scientists
bfeciin.r;'.hopeful .of. being "able, to-pro-
-lotig'.ihC' spati"ol" human life.'tiie'-auio-
. l'riobile wad irfveiileti./' -    '���'   ������
for '(..ale.-
he /fieldnian.:will- visit established j
ht'rd.s.- and ix'iiof'i.on- the cattle offered !
fors'sah',. a.s .far. as humanly'possible^ .in !
order.t.o" give" buyers/definite infort.ua- [
tion on:' the 'quality-anil breed ing of.the _j
caulo .offered.* " ~ '��� " -   '������-..'��� i
. "It' .has- b'eoii   in   use'for.;, over. SO .
; ���vears;"'' its 'action .is' pleasant,'-.'rapid,
..rcliiililu ;..iiud.7.effectual, - aad.:., relief--
cotiics prompt ly.     ,. '������   . -   ;'���'���--.''��� 7
'I.Do'ii'r' a'ft.i'epi ���a'-'siibs.tihito..'^. ' ''
,Tbi! gcimiae is put tip onlyby T!io-
T. Milburn Co., 'Limited;'Toronto;'Out.
A Tale Of Shipwreck
_, . Record   For Wakefulness
.What-is'believed to be the world's
record for continued wakefulness was
established in London ivcpufly by two
erc'perimeh tors who - remained -awake-
for five dajs rind four nighis, in order
headaches and.faint ing spells. I doc-,
tored-nearly all this time, but il did
uot help me. 'My moi her advised me
to take Ijr. Williams' Pink I'ilis, and
after using them for a while I could
notice an improvement in my condition. I used niue boxes and can truthfully say that my health is restored.
When "I- began taking the pilis I
weighed 97 pounds and now I weigh
11-1. I feel thai. I owe my good health i
fo Dr. Willi ims' Pink Pills and hope j
oilier ailing people -"will give lliem a
ftiir trial." .'_' _ --	
- You can'gjt these pills through an;T
medicine duller or,by mall at HO cents
a box from -The Dr.'Williams' Medi-
FOR SHOES���Capo Gold Loaf Dress.
ing or British Military Shoe Polish-
FOR STOVES���Capo Staon Polish.
OR STOVE PIPES���Capo Odorless
Jet Enamel.
The Capo Polishes, Limited ��� Hamilton
tbat-a-study of the effects of long lack
"of sleep/upon the body might be made. cine Co- ""Ckvillo, Out.
. .. Crriniie. is callod-'tho .Moi'lir-i- Rock
"be'cause'it is ihe lowest- rock in' 'iho
eartli-'s crust.-. .Granite shows -no 'evidence of 'animal or plain life".
Refreshes Thed'Eyes]
[ '-WriteMt  inc'",'-*.Cinr:-BO(-rorEycCar��Baot-
���-* Value of. Early English-Cain
Tlu: noble -was'an'English, gold, colii I'Sottte : Message .of Tragic Import- is'
of i.hf'Middie Ages...-. Its vAlu�� was ; '.". .. Found After-Many Months ���
fis. '8d:. -which ��� iu Canadian- currency';:,; Oii-a little .island iir the ci'iui'e <jf the.
would be .equal to" ""SI.63,- but (he 'pur-j Indian .Ocean, farv from .(ho; steamship"
chasing'-'power . o'f ""money- theii wair1!.lanes, 'mtsy be.lying tlie bones "of five,
more.than twice, tliat of today. .- The;.seaiiich.- saved , from drowning- when
noble-'was first coined In' the.reign of jtiie.'Mary. A.-",. Boiling,. of'Philadelphhi;
Pkhviird .. -llfv, "KU.'t. ��� It- derived its !' was^"wrecked -in "alslonn on-March" IS,
iiame.fro'm iho excellence oi'.'the gold.'iM2'l,'. according- to . a.-.dispatch: from
of which, it was; composed. " .. '���-;���'-'" j Brussels." / . -'.'' '' -y .'���[���. '..'-
.'-  -'        -.' ���XZ���������-.������.       ���[ ". j'.- A' nurse/ut   a  stiiiitoriuji)' at '.V>rap--
A group of Anierlcaii tourists re-1 done, near-Ostciid. fountain" "th<; sands
cently :w^re 'ehtertained; three .day..: aibotUe-cdniaimng'ihe. followitig.mes-
frcc-o'f Charge in a'SweibMi 'hoiel-^but '��� ccj^o: .''Sailiug ship Mary A,.-'ikilljng.
they left.a tip .large c.iiough io jKiy_;i.lie ! n-oni 'Philad-lphja, wrecked" in" sloriu*
\^ Itub    them    frequenlly    with
-'   Miriard's aud'get speedy relief.
j .March JS, known" latitude's:! east, long- j
:.iUidi,-"30LsoiH.il.  ". Five wen- saved but1
'.will'' starve., unless  "somebody-. "c.oinos.-J
l.'soon., :.'.Plea-;o' nblif-y grandfutlie'r.-. P.
\SX Woods, ]l 'Q3->Vatnut-Street/ i'ljila-
drrtphia.'   For Gbil's! sakeliurry."'- '_���[
' 7'i'he, bo,ltle, w'Ult itsmessage ot-liope,
travelled many thousands _6f;miles- before It wasr picked up'iiv-Belgium; .   --."
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^Wll f IAM^6SONSC0
_ Makes Good Impression
J. H, Woods, of Calgary, Receives
Rousing Reception in New Zealand
A wonderful impression -was- made
oir lhe people of New Zealand by J.
IT. Woods, president of the Canadian
Props and a delegate to tho Imperial
Press conference now being held In
"Jio is the best, speaker of the delegation,*.' Estates in New- Zealand*r, in a
private letter received from Auckland.
"At the "New Zealand Government
baufi'iet to "the delegates, Mr. Woods'
voico "shook the building,' and men
leaped front" their .seats .to cliepr," the
writer adds.
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ases, breathing becomes natural and
,,. ....    .     ���... ...      -. - .ciihont effort.     Others, thousands ol
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���  -    fi-i-w^s 6j>fiiinK dur-  them, nave suffered as >ou suffer but
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Fittinga and directions for setting up.
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Th�� SMP Enameled Drain
Board shown above is made to iit '
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A jreot labor saver.       . _ -
Price, complete, $6.50
For sale by plumbers and hardware  v -
Ktorea   tbrouglioui;   Uie  counlry, or
write -
���"Sheet Mstasl Products Co.ISS^
stitute for Castor
.T'cetin'iig- Drops >-ahd. Soothing- Syrups,-;, especially prepared for	
Infants In arms and. -Children all -ages.") -77  ';.7:-7 -,;,f' ���.-77.-.'" :''7'.7 l1'^'0".
A Corrector-of .Pulmonary Troubles,
���.Many.tS'Slimohmls could be present-
i.ed KhowiriK -the -groat _ efficacy of "Or.! "~
- I Thomas! Eclectric' 6.11  -in- -correctins ',.
idisOrdt'rs of tho..ivsyifatory- processes;'i;
; but tli��. b^t-tt-'tri'monial is' experience ; .
'-and ilie Oil is r^conirii^rided-to.all wlio |.
i-suffer- froni  1he.y<.7iliri0rders,,.."iv5tii'ti"i��>  ���
- jcerluiniy th.it.ihey.rWill'Ifinii.^rt-Mff.    Itj
. '..j \vni.-anay//_'in(l<iiiimatlon";\i'ii,7tli6 bfon:''
y'^tj: cliiai;tui>eS7:77L7/ X.'.���'''.-���<������   ' '
X}:~X\X; -'-Iir-EhglitU'l wedding rings, of clieap-
: ! er^grhd'-it; Ate being worn by tho-un-!
-'_ :-7marriecl girls, wlio 'Imagine eiilier that j"
-' '* j the'.sight of .the ring attracts men", or>:
X jtliat ihe w.i-dd!Hg ring protest-? them in
SPKClAIi RATH tor. -...-,....: ��� ��� ���...   , ... ,     4       ...
inK tho month.-. Send ���-for. pro.��uccius.: have wisely turned   to   this
\V!N\7rKODP.ESSMAKiN^,AXo^ an(i ceased to suffer.
Donald St.     SpwiuJ rates to. out of town
��� stiideiits.
-lrfietf.itiile-foT '.���Worr^^/.S.bl.l.-. in:
':$&y$}- Hi;%'&^:^��i$:m.
���MvgiP'1* V oiiV's't'nt S.e'j.iiii'l.&* pitpfi:
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7^rtE,-CCtOK- 'ME_JI:C_��E:K07ri
���.-���^lt<(r^ti>:flOTAw��^H^��ot>i Xi ���)
pacicage this very day.
,Get a
Biggest Rose Bfesh "
Just outside, of Allsambra, Cal.; the
largest rose bush In thb"'world is
blooming. The tree ls 50 years old
and Is more than fonr feet In circuni-
j'ferenc-e at the bottom, and ihe vinerf
have reached a length of 125 feet."
.�� avoid imitations, always look for thc signature of Mto>WV-;iS^j&,l<
Proven dircctiotis on each package. -Fliysscuao -cveoVnere recoramend ife, ������" .-,."i:
Minard's Lioiment for Sore Back
���-- \V.-  N.  .U'.'.loSS
��o. I for BI��(i<Ser Cslarra.   "a s *** Blow! *
��bA�� Maaaa**, .B&.JferGircal_;W&ftSlJ'e��T��i,_
SOCO 3/ !.ltll��'f*5 C-llH-SISfKiCt Is k.-.'.tj.!.ij^.a.
-DI.1.ECl.��.7C>(��4- C'i.IiilrnuecliRd.N.WALoads*
���r Mai: SI. 1 O rra_n7L jfif.KTST. __:;.TOEO_<I9, Org
acW. __**is_*�� Srr.itT. !��*�� Yoj.__.erer.
Many have been relieved of corns by
Iltilioway's Corn Remover. . Tt has a
power of it.} own that will be found
Most people believe that diamonds
wiil not wear out, yet those   used   in
! fine   glass    engraving c-stjiblishiaents
I wear out within six or eight weeks.
j After shavi.-jj ���Minard's Linimehf Jt-
1: *
Pimples on Face and
Limbs. Cuticura Heals.
"'Pimplea broke out on the side
of my baby girl's face and later on
her limba.--They itched something
terrible and she used to scratch
them causing the trouble to spread,
and also irritated it. Her clothing
aggravated the breaking out on her
limbs and she used to cry ebout
all night.
, .V.I read' on advertisement .for
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
sent fora free sample. I purchased
more, and after, using one and a
half -boxes of Ointment and one
cake of Soap she was healed."
(Signed) Mrs. Bennie Shelburn,
4039 W. 119th-St., West Park,
Ohio, Aug. 22, 1924. ���
UBe Cuticura for all toilet purposes.
��tarnpl�� Kith Fiw ly MiJl Arfdrws Canadian
Depot:" "EUnltotut, Ltd. llantntl.'' Prise, So��p
BEc. Ointment ��S antl 60c. Talcum 23c.
Cutlcurs Sbn��_n_r Stick 2Ee.
Algiers Surprise
To Tourists
Moslems Are Interested In Travellers
.   and Very Friendly       /
Algiers, formerly a notorious nest
of Barhary pintles, Is now a cosmopolitan pleasure, resort, popular all the
year round".
Fonnerly a winter resort, cheap
steamer fares have rendered it just
a.s popular In summer, the climate being by no moans oppressive.
- Algiers js a city of surprises. J'ou
may go I here fortified with such facts
as are set forth ii? books, to enrich
th*- mind of the prospective traveller.
llut youdiave not >et had your real
introduction to Algiers. That conies
when you Aral set foot-on ils shore.
It1 is from vour first contact with the
peoplo of Algiers that you receive your
first surprise. They are not the un-
frienly AIoBloms, scowling at Chrls-
. thins,' such uh some travellers have,
represented them.      They are as full
- of interest in you and your ways as
>on'[ aro in them. Thoy smile discreetly, and if you talk with them,
they show a keen smd saving sense of
humor���-anil they speak llueiir French.
Il is strange to thorn that ho many
people come irom distant countries,
handsomely clad, to see their humble
quarter,..     They accept the tourist os
' one of (lie natural phenomena of life,
and greet him with a knowing glance
of the ej (>, . -
���The iifo of the dock* is an active
one. Brown merchants lu llow'ing
robes, and brown laborers in preposterously ample Uouser.., are seen -on
every hand.
The harbor Iron! section of Algiers
is in leiraces, aiul from lhe lower lovel
your motor er;r climbs elevated runways, or ramps, to the upper level,
which is modern. 13ui around thu
corner lies ancient Araby. and in no
liiiK1 at all you are iu it. Vou stop
_ into Ihe dim interior of a mosque,
where a fisherman 16 washing his fee
at a marble fountain, in preparation
tor Jiis pra,lrer��.
___, [p _the_ crowded,.animal td street in
the neighborhood of (he inosmio..the
sunshine is so bright   it  exaggerates
the density of the shade.���From the
"White .^tar Ocean I<'myjv
Discover Villages Of
Bronze Age Period
Will Be Important Addition to Knowr j
ledge of Early British History
On a' lonely slope of tho Sussex!
Downs, to the northeast, of the-well-j
.known pre ..lis tori e fort of .Cissbury,-'
there have just been discovered the re- i
mains of villages of the' late Urou/.o"
Age period and of the Iron Ago. or.
There is, moreover, adequate evidence of a Keltic tribe which persisted right through the period of the
Roman occupation, absorbing Roman
culture, finally to be destroyed by the
Saxon.. ".'������'���'
_.         o
These important additions to the
knowledge of early .British history
have been made possible by the excavations "earriecf out by Garnet
Wolscley, whose' operations were
supervised by Reginald A. Smith- of
the British JMuseum.
Charred" remnants, * now uncovered
from the kiudly turf which hid them,
show ihc iiie where undoubtedly the
Romano-British fought their last
light against the _Kaxoo smd met lhe
fate, that ihe Saxon chronicler so
tersely ascribes to Anderida: "Not
one Brit was left/'
Littered about under the accumulated loose soil and turf- are Roman
tiles, Roman tile nails, fragments of
walls with colored distemper, Roman
glass, and a large amount of fragments
of pottery. - >
.Experts declare that these potsherds reveal a. gradual progress from
the purely Keltic type lo native attempts-to imitate Roman ware, and,
indeed, lo pure Roman ware.
A broken wine cup was found of the
finest Samiuu ware, delicately ornamented. Among the mass of miscellaneous fragments have been identified
portions of the classic Roman amphorae, used for importing wine from
Tho excavators today are digging
lout the floors of Ihoir houses, the
j deep pits iu tho chalk used for stores
Tells Why He Can
Now Eat Hearty
"A letter wfiicli I read ln.tEe paper
about Carter's Little Liver Pills fitted
my own case so vcloscly that I could
not  help  trying them  and  am  very
- happy I did."   So writes Mr. Frank J.
Trumbull of Jersey City, N.-J.,.whose?',
letter goes" on to  say, "I had heard
about Carter's  Little Liver Pills  for.:
-years but never knew thcy helped overcome .l>oor appetite and sour^tomach,
until I read about another man in thc
same plight who took Carter's with
good results. -I tried them and-can
honestly say that they freed mc of
nasty gas on stomach, so that I can
now cat without getting bilious, and
they improved niy appetite fully 100%.
Yoii can rest assured that from now on
I will boost Carter's Little Liver Pills
whenever I can."
Recommended and for sale by aU
drue stores.
Fruits Are Absolute
Necessity In Diet
Not a Luxury But Essential to Good
The American Pomological Society,
wliich- is the oldest horticultural or-,
ganization in America, is responsible
for the following short discussion of
thp importance of fruit as"an all-year-
round food.
dieticians attached to' the "staffs of
medical schools are unanimous in declaring that fruits have ceased to belaud "the curious little holes that musj j11 luxury or an ,appetizer but are an
| have been made for cupboards, some ; absolute necessity in the summer.diet,
i still containing the pels they were J important ihe year round, bul of
I moant-to hold. ~ " j greatest importance as regulators of
��� Abundant ei id ence has been"found, Intestinal activity and stimulants ot
j of tho milling, the weaving, and ihejm:ui>' b0tl>' processes during the hot
j feasts, of this earliest-known-of Kel- j mouths when they aro apl to become
i tic tribes in Kngfand. j fduggibh.     They are tho best of tonics
' At ti poi'it on Park Brow, inter-j to tone up the system and,keep the
i mediate in position between this carl-j humi;U1 maunine in efficient working
jiest Keltic '-Mage and the Romano- j>��'����-, ri'be mineral salts contained
! Keltic village, are tho beaten floors, j 1" fniit are most valuable,, the vita-
i Hits primitive pottery- of tlie latu'mlns are :l necessity in maintaining
' Hronze Age period. ' | health and vigor while lhe roughage
! All the indications poinT to a pas-1ililSs in dige-iion and keeping the iu-
I (oral, ujukiKul peoplo���hunters of the Most "mat processes regulated. Fruit,
1 red doer and lho wild boar, keepers 11 according to the best authorities,
| of goalf, and sheep���being overwhelm-[should bo eaten at least twice a day
led  by Invaders, (heir village burned, iIin(1 'h<- Poorest  form of economy is
Fire Brigade
Showed Its Efficiency
���Demonstration Given For Princess
Mary By Crippled Men
A limbless fire brigade recently gave
a demonstration of eiliciency before
Princess Mary, at Shefiield.' Numbering 32, the brigade has on its roll the
entire colony of "Painted Fabrics," 100
per'cent, disabled men who earn a living by making furnishings,, .painted
goods ancl parasols. Princess Mary
opened their workshop, and after the
ceremony the. men. erectdd a wooden
building and set lire to it In order lb-
demonstrate to the Princess their efll-
ciency " as Are fighters... two men
were told off to hold each "nozzle���a
man with a sound right arm working
alongside-a colleague whose left arm
was intact. When the fire call
sounded, men with sound legs ran to
the furthest points, men with sound
arms coupled up the hose, and one
man without any/legs at all hobbled
on his artificial limbs to the tap and
turned on the water.' The-captain is
a one-armed ex-sergeant-major.
Prince Embraced By-
Beautiful  Chilean
Embarrassed Heir to Throne Respond-
- ed With Handshake
Embraced by a beautiful girl in
black as he was departing to spend the
day at Vina del Mar, the Prince of
Wales responded' with a -handshake.
The mysterious girl in black had
fought her way through-a crowd at the
railway station. Including, prominent
Chilean ollicials.
"Bxeuse mo. Prince," she said, giving liim a smile that would win a
-less impressionable youth than the
heir to tlie throne of Britain.
Then, as the officials looked on
aghast at her daring, the girl warmly
embraced him.
Tho Prince appeared embarrassed a
moment, but Quickly recovering his
poise he extended his hand in cordial
acknowledgment of the more ier-
vent farewell.
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FOR  LITTLE  ONES.Bees Drive People From Church
and    its    site    ploughed over by the
A new species of white bear- recently was discovered in Diitish Columbia.^ It is distinct from thr. polar
hear.     "" -   . '>
Received  Much  Benefit  By
, Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
'Chatham, Ontario.���"I started to gel
w��ak after my second child was born,
and kept on getting
worse until I coulc
notdo my own housework and was so had
with my nerves that
I was afraid to atay
alone at any time. I
had a girl working
ior me a"whole year
before I was able to
domy washing again.
Through a friend I
learned of Lydia E,
Pinkham's vegetable Compound and took four bottles of
it. I gave birth to a baby bov the 4th
day of September, Wi2. f am still doing'
my own worlc r.nd washing. Of course, -
I don't feel well every day because T
don't gel my rest ns the baby is so cro.��.
But when I get my rest I feel line. I
am still taking, the Vegetable Compound and am going fo keep on with it
until cured. My nerves are a lot better
rince taking it. I can stay alone day or
night and not bc the least frightened.
You can use this letter as a testimonial
and I will answer letters from women,
askingabout the Vegetable Compound."
���Mrs. Ciiakles Ca&son, 27 Forsvthe
Street, Chatham, Ontario.
Mr3. Garson ia willing, to write to any
girl or woman suffering from female
i    Blondes   Excel   In   Athletics
iAre Dying Out Through Intermarriage
1        With  Brunettes Says English -   .
I Professor
j l'hightud has discovered with sur-
Jpiiie that the six youup Knjslish-.
i women who swept all before iheni in
j the intej,nationaL__sn.orts contest, af
'Brussels arc pronounced blondes.
! Is this, it i.s being asked, merely a
'coincidence or does il menu that'-thf1
jmost successful women hthleles aro
I fair-halrod?
"Those  si\   young   fhigUslnvomen."
says rrofessor \V.    Pyecrafi,    direc-
Siamese Drawing Color Line
King 'Has   Advised   Subjects   Against
Inter-Marriage With Europeans
The    Kinff    of   Siam, according fo
!tor*br the anthropological sectionvol ;Baugkog advices, is drawing the color
i the   Jh-itish    Natural   Tutisetun,   "are I li"c ���� marriages of his subjects,   ih:
cutting down on  the fruit  supply or
buying 1ruil of inferior quality.
Vrult i.s one of (he cheapest articles of diet becausv there is so small
percentage ot waste to it. - Household economy in securing a daily supply of fruit is best practiced in-buying
fruit in season." Many of Ihc fruits
can be pur .'based all .seasons but ai
high prices. ^Apples, remain the most
reasonable of all riuits Llie year around
and are always available, wii_!tgranges
Is What Thousands of Mothers
Say of Baby's Ov/n Tablets
A medicine for Ihe baby, or grow
ing child���one that the mother can
feel assured is absolutely safe as well
as ofllcient--is found in Baby's Own
Tablets. The Tablets are praised by
thousands of mothers throughout iho
country. These mothers havo found
by actual experience that there is no
other medicine for liule ones to equal
them. Once a mother lias used them
for her ehil Iron she will use nothing
else. Concerning tlieai Mr... Charles
Ilutr, Taucojk Island, K.S., writes:
"1 have ten children, the baby being
just -six months old. I have used
Baby's Own Tabids for th��m for the
past 20 ye.ir^-and can truthfully say
that I know of no better medicine for
little ones. ' I always keep a box of
the Tablets .'n the house, tuul would
advise all other mothers to do so."'
Baby's Owa Tablets nro sold "by all
medicine dealers or will be mailed
upon .receipt of price, 25 cunts per
box, by Tho Dr. Williams,' Medicine
Co., Brockvike, Ont. A Utile booklet
"Care of the~Baby"in f t-'raItiraliil "Sickness," will be nenl free to any mother
on request.
[Almost 500 Lbs. Of Honey Taken Erom
; Between Walls
!    Ik-es look possession of Old IJoihel
iCliureh. near  Excelsior Springs, Mo.;
again rocen'.ly. and drove out the con-
'sregation. just as in Joraer years,
j'l'hls exasperated (he congregation so
'much they mado a dercninncd iMve on
i the uninvited guests.- Four boys
{were" engaged to assist the attack. A
(part of the weather-boarding was re-
' moved and after "lulling" the bees and
iremoving a few more planks, fhe hoys
j found that ttie entire space between
the two walls ou one side of lho
'church"was'filled with honey. Later
| they discovered that the entire space
I between the walls at ,oue end of lho
| church was almost filled.     Almost five
hundred pounds was-.taken out ahd
'divided euuilly between ,ihe boys and
lho church.     Word lias gone out that
the bees iiiibt go.
j Thc first steamer of the Swiss naiy
| was built 07 years ago. by an Ameri-
[ can, Edward Church, who then was
j the United -States consul in France.
the survivor.-; of-   ih"    active,    vigor-
I wrote-In a letter to Siamese stud"i_t*.
awSSt". :**��*] fill!!
*sS��lll"   i "ill
I_L__    ���'.   ' .^��k
;ous, lunlie Nordic .stock  of th<^ _Un't-.iu ^ag'aud:    , , ,
iirfh Isles. * ' "^(>   t10'   marry   F.uropeans at any
|," "They   ought   to  he  good   aihletes," c��3>.   ~ ^Ve know ot numerous case.-
7,'or thcir forefathers  came  from  the \ where  our  countrymen    have    taken
!��iost vigorous  race,    both    menlallj ! v,"!lile women as their wives, hut  we
an.l physically, known ro history. ! bave never heard of any mixed mar
j "They lived outdoor "live.-,; Ihey' rii'-^-s -"��'"�� hai��l��.v roMilts. Do not
'were raiders and' hunters and their ! ��w,rn. *Qar countrymoii and recall thai
jtk'MX'ndunts ourIk naturally t<i excel neither the Siamese nor the Knglish
jiu ouidnor. sports or every sort. . .' | respect a person married out��ide th.-ir
i "lhii they are dying out throuuh": [nvli race."
| Intermarriage    with    brusielies    and * :
! through  living in cro.vded  cities 'un- j Soldier Settlers Make Good
,'i!it artificial condiuons. Some au-[ -^����' an -xtensive investigation o!
;thorlti...H think ihar, within two gen-1 conditions in Northern Alberta,. Major
iiTatloiiF, thf Unlt��jd"St.itC3 will con-jE- J- Ashton.-of "the soldiers', settle-
'taln no blondes except a few Jinmi-�����np"�� Boanl. Oltawa. reports fliar the
'g,.ants ib-ig majority uf the s��3di��-r i-ettlers are
! "That means (hat the Tinted' making' good. Since Uw W21 crop.
'States, like KnRland, will grow In-'WOO ��l il'^.-e farmers have met ihoii
fdilTerent to tmldoor spurts, preferring obligations In full an.l S.OW liavo met
1 the pastimes of iliv dark-haired races ! them-in part.      About -4.0W) have not
j .Vancouver  Forges Ahead
j    liuilding iouils  for Vancouver 'during   August    approMinat'jd   ?JO<i,000,
more   than   double'the tolal for -he
corresponding moiuh of 1021.     A fea-
, turo of last month's; building figures
.'was the f:ir��. that the bulk of the iota!
L- made up of tumller amounts, such
las dwellings, garage, repairs and al-
iioralions. -   t
, From a boy's essay: '"The yphim
; is a woman with a great head. She
j hasn't talked  lor"3,000 year.-."
.. X
Since 1857
'dor hahy
at v)eanM time
Write to Tho Borden Co.
Limited, Montreal, for
two Baby Welfare Books.
__ sa.?4
! It has Many - Qualities.���The man
l-who po.^essps a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
| Kclectrie Oil is armed aagin<i tn'.iny
' ills.     it will relieve a cough, break a
cold, prevent sore, thioat; it-will iv-
1 duce the swelling from a sprain, re-
' lieve llie most- persistent sores and
i will speedily heal <-uis and contusions.
It is u medicine chest in iiself.
The men and women who are lifting
the world upward and onward wt
those who enrcuritge more than crlil-
Minard's "Liniment for Colds
-dancing, gaiety and night life."      - ' been able to make their payments.
Manitoba -Telephones -!
', All previous records set by the Jllnni-
jloba ti'h'phone s>stem, a provincial all-,
'. goveinment owufil and operated ntil-|
it j, wet o .surpassed in July, when nef
earnings lor the month were ?lji,734.!
. A surplus of jJUW.i'iJO w.is predicu'd for1
-. The present fiscal year, '
\Y.   li.   u    iyjs
; Willing To  Do  Her Part
.. Ilousfwifv '"We are hnving a few ���
; friends in for a musical evening to- 'j
' irishi.1 Hridget. and I'd like you to do |
1 your iH'si-" j
! ' Hi-r Cook- '-Sure.nr-un. I ain't sung;
i for years, but you-can put me down
j for 'It Ain't Gonna Rain No More.*"
Harry: "I bet l<can make a worse
face than yny can."
I    Dorothy: "Vou ought to be able to.
{.Look ai   the face you'ic got to start
.' with.
i 7 -
' Worms in children, if tliey are not
, attended- (o- cause convulsions:,' and
;' often death. "Motbin- Grave*' Worm
Exterminator will protect the children
.from iheso digressing afflictions.
I -
Oil  From Po'atoes
Thin   oil    is   being extracted by  a
Minnie process  from  _-foiled potatoes
in Australia.      It is claimed that thc
oil is of special \alue in Uibrieatiug delicate    mechan'suui,   such as certain
] scientific instnimeiHs.     Having a low
' freezing point, it may b- used for tbe
, engines aud im inimeuts of aeroplanes.
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
. Colds   -   Headache      Neuritis   '     Lumbago"    - -
Pain-     "Neuralgia      Toothache      Rheumatism ���',
[ Minard's   Liisment   for   Sprains   and
I Srtiis*s '    " _,
Accept only  "Bayer"  package
which contains proven directions.
Handy  "Bayer"  boxes  of   12   tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 10G���Druggists.
jUpI-rtn f3 tb* twite casri Cp_risr<-_is3 la CntiJtl ��f Bsrcr Sr*SF?aefc_:ri�� of Monosi^Ju'-
Utkfcte': of 'MHc.n.cac'icl (Jlectjl Rsln_ylie JiC_d. "A. ... A.""*. Vthile it if wril foosm
Atl A*pi��j��')__K_��_i'5 ���"��-���^^J2*si'.f*(,nsrv. to *><!': the f.ab'.i.- ariScn itatlstjmss. t__? T��S5ci* THETf LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH XlOLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1925
Is J2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
��2.50 when not paid (or three months or
more have passed. To Great Britain and
thc United States $2.50, always in advance.
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Rstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks :.    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than oue claim appears ii> notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 15 cents a
line first insertion, and iz cents a.line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
Tramscient display advertising 50 cents
an inch each insertion.
Business locals  i2^c.   a line each in
liere aocITh
The total handlings at the new
internal government elevator in Edmonton, Alta., eince its opening last
fall, amount to 2,350,000 bushels. Of
this quantity of grain handled, more
than 2,000,000 bushels was wheat.   ,
With the completion of the 1923
assessment for Toronto, the Chief
Assessor announced that the city's
population is now 549,429, or 7,012
greater than last year. The total
assessment for 192G is $891,673,797,
which is ��16,259,443 higher than for
1925. - ���
A new high-water mark for the 1925
season of navigation   in   regard   to
number of passengers landed at Quer'-
bcc over a week-end, was established
during..the  week-end  of- September
Gth when six boats docked .with'near--
ly 5,000 passengers.-'-Tlie three 'C'ana--
:lian Pacific steamers,,-the Montroyal,-*
"Marloeii and -Merita, brought '2,524 of
the total passengers landed.' '."   'X
-.   rBetween..four 'and ..-five'-.hundred.
...travelling  passenger ^agents, .representing '" railway-. : throughout.- the-
"United���_ States   and . Mexico, -united
��� with- representatives -of .the - Canar
���dian . railways.', and-'. steamship'.'companies in-Montreal during the week'
."ending; September "19th, for-the fiftieth";,  annual    convention    of1 the
American ."Association of' Travelling
- Passenger.Agents. -..W- '  -\ '-  ."'-;"
Ih-succession ,;to- Captain James
Gillies,- who^was-' recently; appointed
g-'ene'ral. manager,. .Canadian Pacific
.'steamships in London,; Captain'. K._
G. Latta-'lias, been appointed .to.the
'command: of-, the- Empress of Scot-'
]a'nd,"'flagship .of-the Canadian Ea-
..cificJfleet: ^"Captain ��� Latta /was -previously 7on thVb'ridge of the -/'Mont--
royal" and other'.vessels of the same
.line.   - ���"��� -���'..--".   '--'
Arrangements., are. being made for
:;thff .holding of. the--.western annual
- meeting in'-'-Winnipeg -; from -November- 3rd' to 5th ..of. the Canadian' In-
-stitute/.of Mining   and" Metallurgy."
The  meetings -will be-held'in the'
Royal'-Alexander; Hotel. -Delegates
;froni all. points hi the West,'as well.'
as from. Eastern Canada, "are   ex-
.'���pectdcTto attend.   ' .7 ,.- :���.'..���     ;' . ��� _.,
-''.A memorial kriown-as;"The Altar,
of-Peace'.'-.has.-recently been   un-'
��� veiled in- Stanley .Park/ .Vancouver,
��� to , syniholize -the" .'spirit, of ,-inter-
;-national -good-will; Existing 'between!-
the" United* Stales'and Canada. -The"
^memorial was raised by.joiht sub--
--scription of..United States-and.'Caha-
" dian -Kiwanis. Clubs', "and-stands- .on
the ..spot -where .the"'"late ~ President
Harding delivered .the-Iast speech of-
his" life._ while   visiting ���.'Caiiada,--:!i'n
July, "1923. .'"7   -''"'   -;'-;;      -*.".'   '"
Train 300 Miles Long t
Stationed at the Transcona .yards, Winnipeg/and at "strategic points throughout
the Prairie Provinces, the Canadian Pacific Railway has 35,000 boxcars standing
ready for the transportation of the 1925 crop. Of these over 8,000 cars are at'the
Winnipeg yards. To move this immense aggregation 650 freight and 150 switch engines
will be required.
Were they all to be joined up into one train and if we further suppose that this
train were moving at twenty miles an hour over a level crossing, a motorist who arrived
there just as the first engine reached the crossing, would have to wait fifteen hours until
the caboose passed across. This would indeed be a case where "taking a chance" would
almost be justified. .''���'" .
Bach boxcar is from 36 to 40 feet in length or an average of 38 feet. Allowing a
space between each of four feet and taking into consideration also the 65(Tengines each
ninety feet long, the total length of this great train would be about 290 miles which
at twenty miles an hour would take close on fifteen hours to pass a given point.
The carrying capacity of a boxcar is about 1,500 bushels of wheat and this would
take care on the first movement of the above imaginary train of 52,500,000 bushels.
Since the train in its individual movements will travel several times, an idea of what
proportion of the 1925 crop, estimated at 375,000,000 bushels the Canadian Pacific
Railway will carry, is indicated.        \. "'""���"'"""
Among the engines used in the hauling of the wheat trains are some of tho
most powerful in the world. Reckoning in the weight of coal carried, the
heaviest of these engines weighs about 380,000 lbs. while the boxcar, loaded
with grain, weighs 140,000 lbs. - The average grain train is composed of forty
boxcars, so the weight.is about 6,000,000 lbs. or .3,000 tons. The total number
of such trains would be 875 which would give a total weight of 2,625,000 tons.
Cutting of the crop is already under way and movement of the grain will
commence aboufthe end of August and will continue until the close cl
navigation on the Great Lakes.which ia generally, between the 10 and 15
December. During the banner crop year of 1923, the (.-���."siacUan Public Railway operated in connection with the movement of ths grain ap.::o:r.ir_::.tdy
5144 trains and 25,720 men were required to bundle th--- trulric; Ir. that year
the Canadian Pacific Railway moved 220,000,000 V.iisbeis-.
Rally Day Services
Sunday _4th, October
Unveiling The "Altar of Peace" at Vancouver
'   " '   X '    o . ..--.���" .       '-
jf'Jr". *'^*J   - j_�� Wr- ��jf_��.
-... ."' ""7 .   '-';���,-".at "f he. '-"���-   -'- -
'���'.United;:Church'/' Midway
':: "} ���. '������"-:' 7711 a. in'. ' ��� '..-_' )_ ���,-,,['.
Special Programme' by-'the Sunday
School Teachers and "Scholars-. "
7,7~.;-Address by-the; Minister.-  ..."
' '}. "'   7 ; 7:30 p. iri.   - .';��� ._��� -   7
~X  U sua! Service at Greenwood   .
7   Don't forget to call at '
"Ye Sunshine
Millinery Shoppe";
... 7   ' W-'-.Next, door to-.'"..'.-."-"   ���*
Waldreri's Barber Shop
Bridge St., Qrand forks, B1C
Latest Selection of Mats
&���- ...t\
*.-V      _!__...
���..'-Wanted' -'. x'y'.x.
' X; A live! man ��� with .some capital,, -to
handle "our products of household necessities ;,in'_ ..Gr.eenvvood ' aiid "���; surrounding
territory!! Thiscould.be either made a
part "tithe or- whole ti.iiie -job.-'; Apply-to
the J-.-R.-\Vatkins.Company,. f 150-Hamilton. St.; Vancouver,. B.C..   '.'  -"",.--���.   - -:"'���
Mrs. Poiilton : ���
.-.-.":."-of Grand Forks'- -7
s .-.'��� '.-has a good; selection of   '..- ,
Velvet, Felt and Velour Hats
7   7  MODERATE PRICES- .���)]'"}[
Millinery '..Sloie, opposite; Gaaette Office
Ti .. d~ r.;^/.^-i rr-.->/>;���� 1. ���- ,.._-���_. ,��i .-<,  ,. t?*-ii ^t 
jtiu a j.v.ojucj.ii' jL-Laiumig xii^ciii.aL'iuiiai uuuu- win AV-iemui-
rial located in Stanley. Park, Vancouver and erected
.by Kiwanis International through .the voluntary sub-
-sciiptions of' ita 95,00.0 members-in the United States
and'-Canada;.-was unveiled by, John H;-Moss, president
-.Kiwanis International on September 16th in thepresence
,-of a large-gathering of both-United'States and.Cahadian
government.prrlcialB and membera of Kiwanis..       " "'-'���''
XX '..The.- memorial ���.was" designed 7by  Charles. Marega)
:-a'well known Italian sculptor of Vancouver: "When.-the
, scheme was first decided upon,-it was.the intention of the
American Kiwanis "Clubs to .-raise the funds on .'their side
- of' the:b.brdef, and' to present the -memorial to.Canada:
Canadian Kiwanis, however, insisted upori. contributing
��� towards the fund and the memorialwas thus "erected" by
-.the joint -efforts of -the- TJnited' States-and-. Canadian
clubs.   ���   ''������-���.-". -,- -   -.   '.. ----���'���    '.-.'. ���''-.
. At. the. unveiling ceremony, the .-Dominion Govern^
. ment was - represented by Hon.^DrlJ. H. King and Dr.
G. T. Harding, ;broth!er" of the late,president. /United
States   Kiwanis   -was - represented' by7" International
President John.H-. Moss; and International Past Presidents Victor S. Johnson arid Edmund P.-Arras..'. The
. Canadian Pacific Raihvay'was represented by -Frank=W.
Peters, General.Superintendent at Vancouver.. Several
..'of. the". United States, delegates stayed over at Banff;and
"Lake Louise and other points in-the-Canadian- Pacific
.Kockies befor.e'prbeeetiing to Vancouver ..'The'memorial
- 'itself id throughout  a  made-ih-Canada  product,- being
designed by Canadians.and made of Canadian materials
��� and by Canadian labor. ���...' "   -
: .. The site .ofthe. memorial'is :the spot'where' the late
r resiueut Hafuing mSuc Ins last jjiiunC Spe��cli,  \vlmnjiisi
before he. died in 1923 he visited Canada.   Wan en G.
Harding, -late president of the U.S. A.' was a. chartered.'
member of the Kiwanis.Club at Marion, Ohio, his home:,
town. .7. 7,*   -'._-':. _..;���' ," - ';'��� .-.'".."7- --.;--'-"-_ y"-.
:A"n extractfromthe speech made by the" Chief.Executive '
of.the United States on that "occasion, written' iiK bronze-
for the memorial, and/the possible text .of. many^a murmured prayer of hope of-the." cosmopolitan .tourist, who;
reads it as he passes through the'park,.is as follows:: ' -..
;"' ."What an-'object .lesson, of-peace is.shown-today by,.
our two. countries to all the ;world.'..:N6"grim-faced-fortifications mark our ."frontiers,"' no ;huge- battleships .patrol
our-dividing waters, "ho-stealthy^spies-lurk' bur-tranquil-'
border, hamlets.  Only a scrap of paper, recording hardly
more than a simple understanding safeguards liv.es and.
properties oh:the Great Lakes, and only'humble.mils.-
posts'mark the inviolable bouridary-line.for thousands of
���miles through farm and forest. 7-; ��� ':   7" ..-���.
. i "Our. protection is ih'our fraternity, our. armor is our
faith, and the tie thatbinds/.more firmly each year,-'is*
ever-increasing" acquaintance and comradeship-- throifgh-
i'nterchahge of citizens ;"and the compact is nbtperish'iible"
parchment," but- pf fair.and-honotable.'dealing, which, ,
God grant, Bhall continue for all time.",;     ...'    .   -   :.
7 -The. memorial, which" is" known as". "Thp Altar, of -
Peace," has been referred.to.as the only material-symbol -
.of fortification/outside of mileposts, to outline the" in.--���
visible demarkation of the thousands of .miles, of border,
line separating the two countries from the���-Atlantic .to-the'���
Pacific."   ���; -'--'   " "'-"      -" ."���""'-'"-     "' ��� .".-_     ;   - '-- *"��� . ,���
Office: McCutcheon Residence
Greenwood 7
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 69
-       ��� "' To 7:
GEO. ARMSON, Grand Forks,
The 20th Century Shoe Reoairer
AM work'and material  guaranteed.   We
pay postage one way.    Terms Cash.
���v -  ���
Vacant, unreserved, Burveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted by
British subjects over 18 years of age,'
ancl by aliens on declaring Intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, . occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
Full information Concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions la
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 of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records will bo 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
���: Applications for pre-emptions are
to bo addressed to the Land Com-
���missioner of the Land.Recording Division, in which tho land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which, can be obtained from the Land Commissioner..
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five years and improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating" at least five
'acres, before a Crown Grant can be
For mhre detailed information, see
tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land."     . '     ~"
"Applications are received for purchase ��� of   vacant    and    unreserved
_ Crown  lands,  not being tlmberland,
for agricultural" purposes;  minimum.
price for first-class (arable) land le
: So per acre; and second-class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.   Further Information regarding purchase or leaso
-of Crown lands ls given in Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series. "Purchase and
Lease of Crown Lands." -    "
..'. .Mil], factory, or industrial sites oa -
timber land, not exceeding 40 acrea,
. may be purchased or leased, the conditions      including      payment      at
' ..Unsurvcyed areas, not exceeding It
acres, may  be  leased as homesltee,.
conditional   upon   a   dwelling   being
erected ln the first year, title being,
..'obtainable   after  residence  and  Im-.
provement   conditions   are   fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
___   _ .   LEA'SES L
For grazing' and industrial pur��
poses areas not exceeding 140 acre*
may bo leased by one person or ft
���--"- Under tho Grazing Act the Prov-
. luce is divided into grazing district*
and the range administered under a
Grazing Commissioner. " Annual
grazing permits are Issued based On'
numbers ranged, priority being given
���".to established owners. Stook-ownere
may form associations for range,
���management. Free, or partly free^'
permits - are available for settltra,
campers  aa3  travellers,  up to    lea'
������b��a&        ' +. J
Auction Sale
Ledge*Ads.  Bring Results
of' ;-the 7 iquali tiesf 7which7;.add;. [;X\
to -life .'is. that; of Jriendnness/^'W
.greatly  to~l
���'������ aad there is'ao'more--'friendly mediuiti'/of* W:
communication than the human'voice.;
That is one reason why.the'lqrig-distance
telephone .isjappropriate'f or business.,and -
" social-purposes.7W .';'..-:7'!W~V. W^.vW'W
The undersigned-has r.eceived instructions
���-������;/';'-'.���" W-       'from "7.    ���-'    ".-/-.-,
������='/;���   ;';W"'7��;f; kEiRWWW ���;���'���
. tci sell by Public Auction at ';'   .
Mis  Kanch 1 -WUe  South ^of
7;7Greenwood,'-'B.Cv x')).
Tuesday, October76th; J925
,. Commencingat ,.2:30;p;m,7  ;., -
The entire Herd of choke Dairy Cattle
'arid.other'articles :'-'���.
STOCK; it dairy cows," 2. two year old-
heifers,'2 yearling-'.heifers, 4" spring
heifer calves, r purebred-'Holstein Bull
4-years-old, 1 purebred-Yorkshire Boar.:
IMPLEMENTS:. .1 "Ford..truck', in good
condition,, 1'Jigbt spring-, wagon,- 1 bob.
sleigh, 1 set level" harrows; 1 Wee McGregor drag saw, 1 gasoline engine.
MISCELLANEOUS:,. 1 gas drum 40 gal.,
-. 1 Magnet cream.se^arator N0..3,..num.-;
77.ber of milk,\caris~, .^I'feed^-cooker, nam-'
Serous, t^ls^bicycle^
;��� :..t6__igsV'4 log chains, sa>vs,,'wedges,-a.xes'l
.:sledges,"cant hooks, broadaxe, shovels,'
7 forks, Picks, & numerous other articles.
HARlSfESS:' 1 heavy double set, 1.light
double set, liight single. ."������ '���:'���''--' 'XyXy
FURNITURE:': i-cbal oil range, 1 white
-' enamelsi'nkVzkitchen'.tables, 4"chairs,
'coach, dresser, iron bed, wooden bed,
:- set -"of scales, - bath i.tab; .wicker-, chair,
:���_baby sleigh.-.   WW'7 77 ,77*7'";-"- " 7
S. B Lawrence-
The Mineral Provinee of Western Canada
:x X:}-    TO END^OF^ECEiyiBER- 1924
.Has produced  Minerals as follo'we: . Placer Gold, $77,3S2,953; Lode Gold,
SU8,473,19,0;.Silver, 168,824,579; Lead, S7G,548;57S; Copper, S1S7,4S9,87S; Zinc,
.832,171,497; Miscellaneous Minisrals,,. 61,431,3.-1:9; Coal and Coke, S2G0,880,048;   "
: Buiidiug.Stone, Brick,.Cemonfe,, etc.; $42,225,814; making its Mirier*! Production
to the ead of 1924, show, an     ;. 7 \ ..' . .-:-���.    _��� :   W-
7 77Aggregate* Valufe-of ^859v427,386
miMm Eniiin? Diecenil)ef,J924, $48,704,^04
The MidiDgLaws of. this , Province are niore liberal, 7and the 'fees, lower, thau those of any other
7 Province in the Dominioa, or any colony.in^heBritish Empire-
Mineral locations.are granted to dieicoverers;for.nominal fees.   xXXxX-
Abiolute Titles are bblaiued^by developing such' /properties,; .thfe "security of which is guaranteed
y.yby Crown ..Grants,'; y ���-<���'_��� -.Xyy.Xy : W7;77'77 7'777 7.v". "'" '
7F'dU'information together with ^Mining-Reports, and Maps, inay be obtained gratis by addressing���-
'xx VICTORIA, British Columbia.
K.B, -,��� Practically all British Colunsbia Mineral Properties npon which developmenfc work hae been
done are described in sotne one of, the Annna! Beports of the Minister of Mines.   Those
considering mining 'investments ehoald refer to snch reports.    They are available without
....    V;- charge on application to the Department of Mines5, Victoria3 B.C.    Eeports of the Geological
XXxiy.^^ gurvey. of Canada, Paci%.BQildi'flg, Vancouver, sre recommended as valuable soarces o*
X 77'7W information;'-;-;'.'"'"'^ ..'���*.. ;,.--':v '���'.. -.;������ -,,'---_        ..:������������-y.y. ���-���       ���- ./- -������.. .   _,


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