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Benefit Greenwood & District Hospital
Armistice Day, Monday, Nov. 9th, 1925
The Oldest Mining Camp Newspaper In British Columbia
Seventh Annual War Veterans
Masonic Hall, Greenwood
Monday, November 9th,  1925
Always the biggest Dance of the year
Vol.   XXXII
No.   13
Winchester and'Western Ammunition
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Dominion Canuck Shot Gun Shells
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Heating Stoves
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Jugs, Cups, Saucers. Bowls, Glasses, Crocks sizes 2 to 4, and Dishes;
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Getting Facts
When information is repaired from
a distant point, the long-distance telephone proves its worth as a speedy,
personal, direct service.
Real Estate and Insurance
Fire, Accident &-.Sickness. Life.
.: Automobile, Bonds, Burglary. &c
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Houses for Rent or Sale
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Greenwood, B.C.
The Sparkling Spirit of \
Life   Frivolity  Youth   Folly   Love
Carl Laeinmle Presents
The Picture of the Hour
Adapted from the sensationally up-to-date
story by William MacHarg
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with v
Forrest Stanley ���   Myrtle Stedman
Huutly Gordon Robert Agne-v?
- - Waller Long , ���'
A- Treat Two Rare Too Miss!
Two Comedies
Greenwood Theatre
Commencing' at 8.15 .p.m.    :
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Heavy7 and  Light Weight
yj -Corhbihations
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Two Piece ; Underwear
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Hudson's Bay. Blankets
7-.",/     aty$12.5Q up
In ail colors
McMyrin^s Store
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your Batches, away
We want your watches and are/prepared to give you satisfaction ."'.
; .All Work Thoroughly GuaraiJteec|
We handle a nice line of     .7
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: Watchmaker andJeweler . /;/'���
'XX   :   F.i WHITE, Manager.
The United Church of jGanada
Minister in charge     "  - .��� y
Rev. W. R. Walkinshaw. 8. A.
Sunday. October 25tb.
Myncaster 3 p.m. .
Greenwood 7:30 s.ia.
Radio For Sale     ,
General Electric   4-tube   Ridio
set, at a bargain.    Enquire at
.-.    . vThe Ledge Office.
Federal Issues Discussed
Dave Rose, of Westbridge, was
a visitor in town on Tuesday.
Attend the Concert in the
Greenwood Theatre on Friday.
��� Juan Puddy returned on Monday from a business trip to
Born���To Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Clark, a daughter on Tuesday,
Oct; 13th.
Mrs. Lewis Bryant-returned
on Friday last from a visit with
relatives as the coast.      "
^Miss Helen Sloans of Grand
Forks, is spending a few days in
town the guest of Mrs. L. Lyons.
6wing to Thursday, Oct.29th
being election day, there will be
no meeting of the Womens Hospital Auxiliary.
. The Canadian Fisheries Association has designated October
28th, as Canadian Fish Day for
the present year.        �� '.-...'..,-,���
Sam and Chester Fretz have returned to Eureka, Cal... after
a few months visit at their home
on the Eholt road.
X Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen
returned to Trail -on Tuesday
after a few days visit in town
with the latter's parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. Mark Christensen.
A. J. Morrison was down from
Beaverdell during the week-end.
Al reportsthat the lead has improved on the Wellington after
the dyke was penetrated.
The members of the Greenwood Fire Department were busy
yesterday afternoon testing hose
and putting the ladders iu good
repair. The firemen are now
established in their room on the
second floor of the Mellor  block.
.Archie Aberdeen, an old timer
of Greenwood, who now lacks
only two or three years of being
a "centenarian," was a visitor
here yesterday and found quite a
number . of acquaintances of
earlier days, all of who were delighted to see him ���Princeton
Star. .
. Jas. . Copland, of. Bridesville,
was a visitor to town on Friday.
Jimmy is in the best of health
and reportsthat he has uncovered
some high grade copper-silver-
gold ore on his .mining property
near , Bridesville.'-) He ..first came
to Rock Cr^ek accompanied ; by
the late Robert Stevenson in 1860.
"y Memorable in the . history of
the.University ofTBritish Columbia _w/as/ "the "ceremony" in ~ Van-
couveron'Friday last, when, the
honorary ���;degree -of 'Doctor of
Laws7 was' conferred on ; seven
men eminent in education' and
public service on this continent.
Greenwoodites were much elated
when it/became known that-Hou...
J. D. MacLean, a Jorrrier .citizen,
was one of: the .seven /who received the degree.    7y   ���;: '{}
.* Everything is shaping.up nicely {for the ��� Grand Masquerade
Dance in the Masonic Hall7on
Monday, Nov. 9th, and there is
bound to be/a big crowd. Loads
of people, are coming from .the
U.S.; ;sit"ch -'���. as-Curlew,.. Chesaw,
Republic,^ Molson,;. Torodo and.
other; ppin'ts..-". At; least two cars.
ifrom.Cascaide,; 40 ..people from
Beaverdell. and the other districts
have promised to do even better
than ever. Don't forget to" be in
costume. -   /   .7   .}-,   '���  ):..x .77-
"Dodging arid Heiress!'
.^-Everything is in;7readiness for
the .. .Laffalot .Concert in; the
Greenwood Theatre on Friday
evening (Oct. 23rd) of this week;.
Present .indications point to.a
bumper house as theTeserved seats
are. nearly all sold. The show will
be bigger and better than any previous eatertainm'ent: that: ttie.
Girls Club has* put on. "XThere
will be Snappy Choruses arid a
two-act comedy "Dodging an
Heiress". The proceeds are for
the Nurses quarters. Admission:
Adults SOc, children 25c, reserved seats 75c, on sale at
Goodeve's Drug Store. A Dance
will be held in the Masonic Hall
afterwards, under the Auspices ot
the Womens Hospital Auxiliary.
Bush's 4 piece orchestra will
supply the music. Admission
SOc> supper 35c .       ..���.;;.:���
Hon. W. J. Bowser, former
Premier of British Columbia, and
Mr. Grote Stirling, Conservative
candidate in Yale,; addressed a
meetiajW in the Greenwo'od
Theatre last Monday afternoon
on Federal campaign issues arid
were given a splendid hearing.
' Mr. W. B. Fleming, president
of the ^jreenwood Conservative
Association, was chairman and
introduced the speakers.
Speaking first, Mr. Stirling
charged the Liberals with much
misrepresentation as to the attitude of RS. Hon. Arthur Meighen
in the matter of freight rates.
Mr. Stirling claimed that Mr.
Meighen's policy: ha<J been consistently the-same in every province and that he was gaining in
strength daily and that-there was
no doubt as.to his again becoming premier after Oct. 29th.
Mr. Stirling criticised the trade
treaties of the King government,
which, he said, in a number of
cases worked to the absolute
economic loss of Canada. He
cited the duty of six cents a
pound on Canadian butter going
to Australia, while butter from
Australia and New Zealand came
to Canada at one cent a pound.
Dealing with fruit he pointed out
how that fruit in tins comes here
from Australia at half-a-cent a
pound, while Canadian miit of
the'same class pays 8^ cents a
pound to get into ' competition
with the Australian comtrlodity.
He dealt with the tariff briefly,
pointing ou\ the great_loss sustained through the allowing of
our raw materials to be manufactured iu the United States.
Mr. Bowser acknowledged the
hearty reception given him with
reminiscences of many former
visits to the city. He spoke at
length on what he called the
drifting policy of the King government which had brought Canada to an economic and industrial
crisis, and likened it to the soup-
kitchen days of the Mackenzie
government in'1878 and told how
the National Policy of protection
of Sir John.. Macdonald returned,
the latter to power - and restored
prosperity to the country. There
is a feeling of "time for a
change" sweeping the whole
Dominion and he said that Liberals were not going' to /change
their politics, but that they were
going to use the secret ballot on
Oct.. 29th and ' demend,that .the
drifting -policy cease, -*.so. that industrial activity, may'be -restored-
and our young Canadians not. be
forced to.go;to the United States
to:fihd.employment/ . He told df
the exodus of . Liberal .cabinet
"an"d""getting"safe berths".in" the
Senate; on'the :bench, aud other
'salary positions. : ��� ���..
-; -.The speaker referred, 'to'; the '63
countries that .since, the/war"had
raised their tariffs, even.EHgia.rid7.
the leader of free trade/had been
compelled Jo piit oh'higher "tariffs
to pay/for .; they war . arid;-.^other-
debts, and how well, she had succeeded was.kridwn to the world.-
And-whereas.other countries with
high tariff . had decreased their
debts, Cariada alone," with its
ld.wering tariff; was going stead-,
iiy deeper and deeper. ' .-. -"���.
-Mr.-/Bowser-spoke- at -Grand:
Forks Monday evening and then
left for- Kootenay points. Mr./
Stirling and. Dr. .Kingston addressed meetings' at Midway and
Rock Creek ori Tuesday afternoon
and'evening.-.; 7,/' "7.7
. Mr. Stirling was a.ccoinp.anied
on his trip by Mrs. Stirling and
stated. that he had been given
most cordial, receptions7in the
Okanagan and;Simnfeameen..   ...
7 -yCpuntjr '^Cpurty )
At a. sitting of the Coonty'Court
at Greenwood-on/ the .i7thi'' insi/
His-Honour. Judga Brown' presiding, George A./Swiatilund reppeared
to.appeal ilie decision lately reuder-7
ed ��*��gainBt-'him by. ^hey^crfl'^jiipenV
.djary[Magistrate.-'itiXv. Wic/i'.''be was
convicted ''-'.'of y assaulting '���' A.nund
A:ndersoii,and .fined 810.00 and
costs. yC. F. R. - Pincott - appeared
for appellant and M.'&I. Oolquhoun
represented ��� the crown. After
hearing all the evidence, His
Honour upheld the decision" of the
lower Court.
The appeal oi Charles E. Snyder
againgS a conviction ander~ the
Govern men ti Liquor Act was adjourned 'onfeil December 7tb, 1025-
'G�� F. R. Pjncoit for appellant and
'M�� M. Colqahorin for the crows.
Federal Election Day
Thursday, Oct. 29th
Next  Thursday,   Oct.-29th   is
Federal Election Day.    Two candidates  are  in   the   field   in this
(Yale) riding, viz, Charles Edgar
Edgett,    (Liberal),    farmer    of
Vernon,     and    Grote     Stirling,
(Conservative), fruit grower and
civil engineer of  Kelowna.    The
poll   will  be  open   from 8  a.m.
until 6 p.m.    In  Greenwood  the
polling   booths   will   be iu   the
Greehwood Theatre  and  in  the
district as follows:
Beaverdell���Reid's Barber shop.".
Boundary Falls���Post Office bldg.
Bridesville���Bridesville Hall.
Carmi���J. C. Dale's residence.
Eholt���School House.
Midway���Old School House.
Riverside���MrsvShil 1 cock's home.
Rock;Creek���Rock  Creek  Hotel.
Sidley���Mrs.  Sidley's   residence.
Westbridge���Westbridge Hotel.
Christian Valley���School House.
A Jovial Gathering
The home of Mr. James McCreath on Centre Stf was the scene
of a pleasant surprise visit on Motf-
day evening from a number of his
old frieuds. The occasion was fehe
result of a decision to do honor to
this worthy citizen on hie 76feh
birthday, and to say/ fehe least
fehe visife was a complete surprise
to fehe veteran who was-about to
retire afe his usual early hour, when
the party, arrived well^provided
with refreshments and *' smokes.
Added pleasure was attained by
the presence of Archie A-berdeen,
fehe youngest old gentleman iu this
part of the country and Henry
Bretzins who happened feo be visiting in town after an absence of
fourteen years. .
It is impossible to conceive any-
fehing more interesting than the
reminiscences of some of the old^
timers who were present. A. N.
Mowat as fehe young man of the
gathering was made chairman and
after the elegant supper had been
disposed of fehe next; two hours was
devoted feo speech making and
swapping yarns. Mr. McCreath
was in fine form when called upon
for a reply to the series of con- .
gratulatory expressions towards
him and after fehe conclusion of his
appreciative talk the bunch sang
"For he's a jolly good fellow."
bringing to a conclusion a jovial
evening .as befitted the occasion.
Amongst those present were Doticed
Archie A.berde��n, D. McGillis, W-
B. Fleming,., G._ 8. Walters, Geo.
Eambly,.. H_ Bretzins, A. Sater,
J. H./Goodeve and  A. .N-. Mowafe.
To Improve Golf Links
7 XJX 1 irgei y ""attendetl^m ee tin"g~ of
the Golf.Club.was held on Tuesday
evening in  the. Bank of ��� Montreal
rooms.    Dr. A. Francis was in the.
chair and outlined the work that is
proposed to be,done on the course
fch'is fall.   'Messrs^Gregory, -Wilson.
arid   Spence    were7 .appointed/ a
green's ..committee. _ The.7 work' of
clearing brusbj-.&e., \froin; around
the greens will  be proceeded wifelr.
at /once   and   it is  expected - that
eventually, the :course .will' be- ay
firet-clasB   one.    /Funds   are. required to meet the.experise/and _a.
cordial invitation /is  given  to all
ladies arid gentlemeii  to' join  fehe ���
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-.' A. Golf competition was played
ori the ;Kettle Valley links on the
afternoon/of Oct. yISth,   bctweeri
the   Kettle -Valley,  and   Grand
Forks clubs.    The  weather   was.
ideal and about 40  attended including ' spectators. . Kettle Val-i
ley proved tod much for the visit-,
ors   winning   seven   games   and
tying" one....... ",_ -' -"" ."'
- The result follows: " /'. ;" -'
./Gregory.beat Cagnon, 2 upW
-Francis beat; Campbell, '.6   upy
and S to play.'.  - ,- ���'/'*" "'_'[ -���;.���-:������ ."���'..
;���'-���; Bubar beat Kapeli, 6 up. - ' ,'���
;:yyRoberts tied-Acres." ���"."./. 7,,    ;-'
McCurrach beat Kyle, 1 -"rip and-
6 to play. "-"':���
Hamilton b^eat Haverty,. 7.   up:.
and 6 to play! .       .       '".[.-
Mrs. J,   Muir beat Mrs. ..Geo.
Kyle, 1 np,
Mrs, H. D. Hamilton beat Miss.
Maie'Smyth, 5 up and-4,to play..
The    fourth,   annual    Potato/
Show and Educational  Seed Exhibit will be heldia New. Westminster, Noyeaaber' 25th' to. 28th,
1925.     Entries  close   Noveriaber.
ISth. THE   T^EDGE.   G-kEENWOOB,   B.  G.
istfood coffee1
Claims Dominion Has
Greatest Opportunity
Editor of London Paper Advises Canada To Pick Best Immigrants
"Canada has the greatest opportunity of any community on the face of
the earth," slated J. St. Loo Stracliey,
editor and proprietor of the London
Spectator, in the course of a recent address lo members of tho Canadian
Club at Ottawa.
"'A great part of the world wants to
pour into Canada," he declared, referring to the building up of the country
Ly Immigration. "Pick out the best
of it, and le.ivc the dregs."-
Conditions in flreat Britain were
satisfactory, and he ���wished to Impress this emphatically on the people of Canada. "High taxation has
awakened us from a period of indolence and somnolence."
Throughout Canada on October 2!) the question, "Have you voted yet?"
tv'ill bo. asked not once but thousands of times. What the questioner will
mean, of course, is, have you exercised your franchise? That is tho superficial moaning, but is there not a much deeper, more significant moaning? Do
you really "vote," or���just mark a ballot paper? There is a vast difference
between the (wo.
Admittedly il is a duty every elector owes his country to exercise his other franchise when called upon lo do so. It is just as much a duty as paying taxes or obeying the law. even though no penalty is imposed for non-
lillnient of the duty.
Electors will be urged to "vote early," and this is good advice because
there are always people who will leave the performance of this duty to .the last
minute, while circumstances mayU'oree others to do so. ..Everyone who can
should, therefore, go to the polls as early as possiblo on election day. But
while making haste to the polling booth, do not be hasty jn your act of voting. I
To come back to the original question, are you really going to vote or
merely mark a ballot paper"
Are you going to vote Conservative, or Liberal, or Progressive becauso
your father or grandfather voted that way, or. because some friend ar relative
is so voting, or because the majority of people in yonr neighborhood intend to
do so and you wish to be with the local majority?     If so, you are not voting at.! choked  me.
ull. but just marking a ballot paper. ��� .    ! medicine, b'u
Why People are Low Spirited and
Nearly all 'women and most
suffer ut times from fits of depression
and low spirits. Everything seems a
burden; thru come periods of nervous irritability, headaches aud weariness.. People who suffer this way lack
vitality, because their blood is poor
and nerves are starved In consequence.
The only way the nerves can he
reached is through the blood. By enriching the blood with Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills the starved nerves are supplied with just the elements they need.
This' is proved by the experience of
Mrs. .1. E. Dadson." 1'tth Ave, east,
Vancouver, B.C., who says.���"About
three years ago I became very weak
and nervous I had pains in my side'
and back, and also suffered from frequent pains In the back ..of my head
and neck: I was hardly able to do
anything about the house. I would
wake with a start ln the night and my
heart would flutter so that It almost
I tried much doctor's
it did me no permanent
fW^7S~FQf* ............
such a   beneficial  change  in  a  short j
Or are' you going to vote for a particular party solely because you voted j f;ood\    ����� ^ T 1^ab��l,t,1>�� ^1
,     ., .   _ . , _W    ���        ,  .     .������     _-,      . _.     -Hams   Pink i'ilis and decided to give
for ii on previous occasions and you propose- to be   consistent?       Consistent Ujiem a. trial       These pills-produced
to what? "   A party name?     A policy or policies which may have appealed to
your forebears or yourself in years gone by and wliich were designed to meet
then existing conditions but which do not necessarily have any force or bearing jn 1925? '..���.'��� y ���
Perhaps it is your intention to vote tor a certain candidate regardless of
the party or policy he. supports solely because you know him and like: him���
although-yoti may" not. kuo'w.-hin'i",_you,'do--not=-like the opposiug candidate or
Golden Text: For the lovo of money
Is a root of .til kinds of evil. I. Timothy G.JO.
Lesson: Acts IS.1S to 19.41.
Devotional Heading: Isaiah 55.8-13.
The Text Explained and Illumined
A Silversmith Stirs Op a Kiot
Against Paul at Ephesus, verses 23-28.
���The goddess Diana (Artemis), whose
chief temple was at Ephesus, was the
mother-goddess," tho goddess of fertility, "the fountain of nourishment,
the reproductive power that kept the
great world ever the same, amid the
constant llux of things." Her ahrino
was constantly visited by crowds of
pilgrims, and tho making of miniature
shrines for them and for the Ephe-
sians was an Important industry in
Ephesus. There were tiny shrines
which were worn as amulets, larger
ones'which were offered as gifts to tho
goddess,' or were kept in the homes
and oven placed iu the grave beside
the corpse 'as a sign that the dead
had gone back to. the mother who bore
him." Many of these little shrines
made of marble or terra cot'ta have
been found, but none of silver, the latter.having been melted, no doubt/because of their intrinsic value.. It
was among the makers of these small
shrines that no small stir arose concerning Christianity, or the Way.
Demetrius, a silversmith and maker of silver shrines, naturally gave
considerable   business   to   craftsmen
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time that I kept" taking them until I ���dn ^���t,,sr,f"ro.n. ho\( "Von them,
had used a dozen boxes By this time i' ^, *f *??}��!* pother with the
_.,.��� _.  ,, _,��� ,���  ,, . ,., ,���..! workmen. of like occupation, workers
there was such an improvement in my
condition tint friends would ask me
what I was taking, and of course T
was o7ilv too pleased to tell them it.
.wns  Dr.-Williams'" Pink Pills.      T am
| In   terra   cof.ta  and   marble,  :il'd   rtV
; minded   them  tha't    their    prosperity
i came from iheir business.     And then; .
'he   reminded   them  how- "this   Paul"' j that way; sue can truly be said to be
not- only iu  Ephesus  but throughout j-regarded as one of the family during
Nobel Prizes Total
About Four Million
Germany and France Head List With
England Third
Prizes of.about $4,000,000 given to
125 winners, will bc tho record of the
Nobel Foundation on the occasion of
its 25th annual awarding of prlzes^t
the end of this year.
Funds of the' foundation now
amount to 3lfghtly over ?S,000,000,
and the prizes to be given this year
will be 118,165 kroner each, or about
?31,000. Besides the five regular
prizes of 1925, three wero held over
from 1924, namely, the awards in physics, chemistry and the peace prize.
Of iho prizes awarded during the
years 1901-1924 nine ,liave gone to
America and seven to Sweden. Germany tops the list with 26 prlze3,
closely followed by France with 21
and England with 14 awards.
Cold on the Chest
Best Treated This Way
AVhen -the throat is sore, and tho
clfest is tight and full of congestion,
something strong enough to penetrato
"through tho tissues must be applied
quickly. To get the quickest results,
apply good old Nerviline. Rub it In
deeply; it won't burn or blister, but it
will bring the blood to the surface, will
draw out the inflammation and subdue
your cold and make yoif well in a
short time. No other liniment so
potent, so strong, so quick to bring'
soothing and relief a's reliable old
"Nerviline." Nearly fifty years lu
use. and sold; in most countries
throughout, the, world in.large 35c
Bears Charmed Life
Visits Balmoral Every Year
Matron of London Hospital Spends
Fortnight With "'Queen Mary
No autuma passes without the paying of a long visit hy Miss Agnes Keyset- to the King; and Queen at Balmoral. She stays for a fortnight or
thereabouts, and accompanies the
Queen on most of her walks in.the
ground,'as'well as longer expeditions.
No other womaii subject of any rank
! is 'honored by tlie Sovereigns in just
lis. a ycertaiu'-way .with" uo 'mbVe1-worthy objectiu view' than to "kill the Vote" yBrotrkville,
.of; somebody..'else they do-not*, .like but'who'they- uucler&t.and "intou'ds'to. vo-.to'^' -"-
ihe opposite'.w:-i\
Ifitlf'a loaf is sometimes .bettor,";ban
'Not one.of these'.art; reasons-"sup pon ing- au'luteliigsint' marking of a'balVWo chance m loaf at- all..
.lot paper," nnr-tiuV tire .motives 'actuating such marking ones'worthy' of au" in.-''-':"- ['-,' ;.���'-_������-��� ~
.tolHsenr",-'������"patriotic Canadian   eillzeii:" '..'Such * .conduct, fca'nno.t   honestly-be" _ -.Wcmetv'arid Asthma'.
j" numbered.
!"Yv(.nir��h are.
among..; lhe.sufferers i'rom
sel.T'K'ot tht* "proper.remedy!"Dr: .7..1). \\)K
Kellogg's Asthma. yJlomotly." has brought.:
new" hope    and-."life
CJh'ibs are always!.., trump.-*,, in
-rilgiflfied as "vbrlug'Y.it'ls merely ballot paj.i.
"is concerned; wcn'..(. thh useless..  .-"-* '..-    .. ".-.-   '-. . "., ���'" .   . "';
._..,   _��� Stop "and consider. "   On 0ct.dber{2!) '"you -.aiWnot-. voting, primarily .for _a
candidate or "ia party.-; you-ai-e voting for. Canada, or ought to be.   ��� Partics-iiml
'.'t_iJK_id.ilos are but--ihe moans-to an end, but ir. is-Oanadn,'its.'w.olfa'ro.aiid-pro-
'.'gr'ess which, slkeaiil.be kept .constantly in" mind and guide "tins vyv. nnd-Imhd
"when niHilt'ing-a haUor__paper in .the -secror'aud-.M-a'creii precincts of the poilidg
.booth. 7 ..;.-"" W :7 'i. '������ -y 'W* 7-   ".-":*. )X-\   : [y ~y.���'���'.. "yX- X: -- ���   "W,-
", ���} True, ihc'cahdiflate be^icli.- wh'ose i_:*my you place a "cross is Vour choice to 7fit -"tt-jiiis wrought among women every
7'.J'e'j)resen't yuu iii -the Piirlianient-of ytlie' Dominion!- forHho^next .four or 'fiveW"'"". T[x -"'7:" - 7"'""" ' - "   '"'"'"''".". "������ '���' yi. .  '
,years. >."True,-flu-'.election*o:vrojGctiijn'ot'-tliat-'ca'odidate-'wiil^iiave^.b'eari'n'R '
.-oji'lhe. issue as to' which'"party
. governmeiit/dhit.'of* loriuul
o! the Dominion'.'. .. "y - 7       7   '    ���!,''.""   -..- ���      .-���;'..'. -���'     7      X y . X
y ,. :~-niityiliesntu;o is,sur-;s---thr) Tfail-y-'vluil i'ssuqs-:-are'.!")ig.'enoitgh"'to call "for!li.'
', tluy-exorciso-o'l tVcry elector's best! judgment unwarp.til-by'auy'of" tfui-petty.
l.oriimatcly-, tire sonietimes allpwed.'to sway .the'- feelings of people, in times \
"'ol eleciiiui excitement..'. ' "-'    ;  .'.!'������'-.""''.-;"���'""     "*.-;   '-,���-'.���-.. . X, , . ; ���"."' '*
If- you.'wore, a Khare!ibld_.-'r Ln. a- la.r'ge commercial, tj-aterprise atUiiui.ii.ig' the '���-
-; -annual mcclliy:' of j-tlics .coni'puny.for whciii would you-vote as directo.rWmon i.
."supporting irqlk'ies.'v,!iich.you!v.JOre coittidc'nl!-would result iii .increased Imsi J
" U!*ss; success'and larger, pro tit..;, or would.'you !-f eject' such mw.Vfor some 'tri-- ''
. v'inl reaKO'n or-'persoital'-prcjudice-'?   7?hen ri-niember on October'23 thn't* yon';
are a 'yharehblcler.._ln.'tl_.*. greatest rjt- all- great. .Canadiau concerns,, Canada-It- '.
Mdf, and thaf'you ���sirf'H,hoosIug;your''bnaya of directors..-.." .',   .-;}'.  . _���.'������ '.!',-.���:
.pn-electipiidayy, rerilty, vote-;' and-do not just" mark' a. ballot."piiper.y   hi-v
��� sirHid of-hurrying. J [ith'the'iiolHiiK-bfiorh rind-IiaKiIly'KcratcIiIng-:i cross opposite/
.. a name,"stop7wlili-peiu'-il poised an��l:;isk ynu'rsVlf:='Wha't-i- 'tiie' best service".!.)'
can fender ".-luyycounlry todlty?-.; 'n.en'VOTI-'-'as. ;.youi . -jmlgment Va"n'��i '.con-v
science dictases." ' -This is- of-thi- pSL-ericJ "of good ciiizene.hip..' ���'!""' 7. '���_ !"���"-"" Xy -,\
��� ��� .The'Qil of Power.-^-Ji. is not claimed i_don. AVheu Prince (Tieprgo had to
for ])r.7 Thomas'. .Kelecl.ric'Oil lhat it W^um. an ���jpeiation'..three years ago
will remedy, every ill; but itsuaes are;.,'       "-., --" . .  t     .���_���_���. .^, ���
��n various ihat. if may be looked upon I U ^w :ilicre he vriint ami when mem,
:ts.'-a    genera!    pain killer.      fr. has j bors of the-royal Jiouyehold require to
achieved that greatness' Tor/ itself-.aiul j go.,U_; hpspitaj' thoy.'cliooso "I hat"."jniin-
iix excellence-is. known i to-  all   who ��� aged'-br-Sist-n';Agnes '^"7   '' "''"-'������ ���'
li.ivro-"tej_ted-"iis virtues "arid'learned' by '' *"'
l.'aathma by the countless Ui'ousands. .in' oxpeiieuce..
|'every climate'- they will be found.- lielp- ;,"' ���'. _    ,���"":."' .
,'less In .tlie" grip' of this relentless tils'-.'- "\r   ���jjiiVpr
-''.'use' unies-s they' have" "availed them-'n,.." ����r,i,,,_.i nf _.>4.-i;. ���,__,_..__. n. __--��� , ._ii>-  ���- ........
 ;"'--,sur,J),!:3>niX.X*   .!!}}*   I'zX (;-'"<l i foreign minister- or.ambassador after
lit  Persia k .is.  the  custom .of tho
"\V6rni"Powders Jiet:d'ed j Shah .ioc-send -ay'gift- of. a horso" to a
.-from  mothers  who .know  the !.
Grand Duke Cyril of Russia Has Many
.Narrow Escapes
Grand Duko Cyril of Russia, apparently bears a charmed life.
He vfas blown up on board a Russian battleship at Port Arthur" during
the Russo-Japanese War and since,haa
had several nari-ow escapes, including
a recent attempt to ascend tho Russian
Cyril was a passenger recently on
the Paris-Prague express which, while
running ai- a high rate of speed, dashed into a freight train, during a fog.
IS miles from Strasbourg, France.
Two train-hands were killed in tha
collision and one passenger. was
slightly injured.
Cyril was not hurt.
s Being Pinched Politely
Many of the new London police re-,
cruits are said to be men of good social, standing, and even college education. It is, -ofcourse, much nicer
to be run in by a man whom you coula
safely* take home to tea.-���Punch, London.        !';
Mothers Treat, Colds
The New "Direct Way
No Longer Nece��*ary to "Doie" Children With Internal Medicines to
Break Cold*.
���. .St��; ���':.'1\'l"r'\\TCy fr-;'""; !ul'5jthe.presentation -of. his-credentials.
..-great virttn.' oi this excellent medicine.    ���      \        - -.       -.-. ���   ;-. -   ..-
,��� .   .       ,   .     .        .     . ,',-,"lin?:fi."'L'h--:-l!ui"r.!if powders.will speak for.-theni-"   7  , ���; "���r~��� ;-.    X
TestimonlnU, - sent : entirely . witu'oiit   __,'.ivAa"".iii!i iti-u.vr.ii  .',-��-..,- n_.. t  n,.,t.;.l-  ".'������ "'-���   ...:'     ���'"   '-;-''= "-'"-
,.,;ii1,i-.,,i.-,1,, ..'hmv-ihi'.- ������,.,.���������>:��� i,'.,__- .,S(-h0-1 !l!,!i ,,J MHh.. a- wa\,thctt.t heie,    .^s a vermuuge a.u eiiectivc prepnra-
sollcua.u.n, show   the. enoin.pus -bene- , ������,; bll_li(1 q I!,sii!,,lv1f Uiem. - ^riiey act.) !k.ii-^Mother. Uruves'-Wonu Extcr-'1
speedily   -and. '...horbiiglfly. :-and. 'the ���, min;it.or.- and  it   cari-'be given " to  tho
child to. whom  they, are "administe.red.-; mo:;i-del"lcate child without.fear.'of' In-
V '.will show improvement"from- the first \im.y, to llu, constitution,
he 'dose:',:.   . ' " ,.-���'' '      " ' "
Thousands of Them 7
"   Tlio -hot'weather is very h;in1 "on
babies 'starting .to-cut-'.tlicir  teetli.   '.
. -On the first sign.of any JnoKofn.sWf
tho   lii'uvcls .the," mother- .shtmKl -give'
a ii:w,'ilose*.'of       _ .:,"'   ���   :! ''������'��� -' -
thinks-fewer Fmall-ones.    "'-".- ���" ! n_.__._iV'u-...  *ir. _->":._ y'XXi  ..'    . '_��� ���-1:-
i        ...-. = . ._���   -  - ^- -! yrient-Has.Also Giycti, Bookings'. Ror !
~- . '"" ".r*"."--:"   ; j ,-���:.'.:'-"';��� -y .-��� r.--;. - :-*���"' /.���;,'     "!.LargeyQuantities 7'-        X'X, X
:'. Jh'-Wovjct (|ov''.rniiif.nt -of'..Siberia;;/
Heals Irritating Rashes
Don't siiffrr with itching, burning
rashes, eczema's or irriiAtsons when
Cuticura Soap and Ointment will
quickly rt Sieve ar.d heal. Bathe with
Cuticura Soap and hot water, dry
and anoint with Cuticura- Oiatmer.t.
Nothing quicker or safer than Cuti-
nd Ointment for aU
sbJ'n troubles.        '....        '-.    ���;
iits^i. EkSi jn�� Jrtt *U3L \Mew C��-wi;*a
D��pot: "SSiraSSBiw, LM- BSa_Bt��a__L- Priw. S��*o
S5c. tVot������'i .SS-fcod 6't TxUram S&    .    .
CaBciga -Shyinbg S��jglc_25e.
W. ' HZ '-'. U. -.-! ioi*
1 [ "-..Live Poultry. 7Shipment3."". ���
j Nin.t\carH of. live jiouiiry hiiye'.hei.'n!
!..shippi:(l from Slanitoba i>oitit�� iny tlie
-_i. last.', jiion.i.li..- nr!..L\yo, ]>y-.,ihc.v Manitoba
"j Cii-oporaiivc "iVuillry''Association'; ac-'
icordirix-.to ;i Htai'em.yiU luad'o hy" iho
j]_totninioU" .Govurnnieiit- poultry pro-.
im.oU'r. .'Shipments' were . -made . to
'.Winnipi.'t; ami'-oilier west't-ni points, US
iwell as ilie-(..'nited -'Stati's.   . ���''"--   '���"
.-���. .'J'he ntunber- of .'defaced coiuK .'returned to th-j'n*in"t-at. PTiihidolphia.' Pa.,
���toy.lHi-r'cm'oll;'":({ would-fill five trains "of
~>i> cars each; holding ��(',000 poun'ds,!to
tluV;Cai<:- :-���--���;-r"���"���"���:-y���7,.���: -[-,--������;. - ���--���'���-*���-
��� Children's diges--,
tions. are easily upset by too initcir
"dosing." Vicks
VapoRub being externally applied,
does not upset littla
At the first sign of
croup, sore throat,
or any other cold trouble, apply Vicks
freely." There is nothing-to swallow���
you just "rub it on."
':-���',-.  OR HOME
$98 UP
Convenient- Terms Arranged -
Send for Illustrated  Catalog -:
-'! - On ' an ;ii;vt.,risg(vi a- =<:!ty . d��'��i]lcr
vhroafhi'S��� from "5 to'-' '10 poitnd*- of.
'smoke -anti -soot every  year."  -..-
1 '.No ono- need " endurr. I he ��� agony -. of
'icorns with: iio!lo\vay'ri Gorii'It'-'inovof
'.'iit hand to'romovo them.  -'  ._",_���    .-  ���
', -An-Illinois woman- duHiyrecetitiy at
-'tlit'ago of.-.113, leaving 111 defendants._-j
���Minard's "Liniment ���"' for- Sprains' anc
' ,-   ���-   Sruise's     -
. j at7(.hlta,-;placed .Orders-in AVinnipeg .
i.l'or- lv!000',000'-bushf_is;' of. y'Caiiiidla'ii:
i .wh'rat;- to" "go out" via' Pacific jior't. -    ,x
-.!."' .Jit-sides, .-thf^.. wheat "for" Chita,, the !
-; Orient ha.<" hoolcf'-d 8,000,000 bushels of;
. wheat and -iar'^e .(itiaiitities- .of "fic'nir i.-
j wirli    Winnipeg    companies    through |
." .Tlii.-) will"-fjuieklv��� offset tiie diarrliofa/
VMinitiiijj tinil pnrijiii},'! ;i!i(if-.['Orhaj"is
Mir.-*. th��;biiliv''�� -Jiff.    ���' - ."���-:'��� '���''-���
. ��� Put up onily-by=ri,hc-T;-.AIillmrn,C,(J.,
Liuatud, Toronto, Oat.''. ..      .y ,.-!
:-.- ,;���-'. '���'._ .;��� Substitutes. For War ��� ..;  '     j
j     The  world   spwit -$3,300,000,000   on:."'
' i :iutom<)bilos and. mutorcyelos.Ja.st. year, j
- j AIm'o-ri.'as!expenslye. as-war and only.;"
ja. degree lPssiiarrowiriRWl'liihulelpliia ���-
'��� j"InqulrtVr���. 7 ', -'" ���;-  -;' " " "-'y ..' '. -.;'���'!'
Cleans Like Ghiiia
'When you use SMP Enameled Ware '..".
Utcnaiifi,.you never need.to scrsipe, scour .
nnd scrub 'the way some .wares demand. _
Hot w;ij.er, soap, a cloth���that's all j-ou
heed to clean them;. It washes like,
china, has the cleanlineiss and sur-_
face of china, hut wears like steel..'
.Don't be the slave.of your cooking -.
.ware; equip witli clean, pure sanir
..tary, lastsiiR .   "-.���'-""-'-*. 7-.   .- '������_'.';'' ""-.
100,ri00 barc-fis o
Vaiurouver  for/ tint- Orioiit .'duriiiK. the
past, thirty "days.  ��� "' -.   '-���." .. _��� _
'.'   ...How Trade Increases . |-
Oj'tna.ilian -.trade -iiioreasetL" durins !'
Au^ii'.stynoa.rly.-.'K.ixty:niillions, asy com7|
c. i.  !���--�����     i -   "pared'witli August; 102-1.'."' A summary I
Canadian flour lelt. ���  .   ���".���,,      ,.   -      "  -"--,."'-,    -:-.
i;.siH;d bj-.. I he. department'.ol-customs ���
"An Oil Without Alcohol.���Some-oils
, jshowif that "tlio Rrnnd total" of exports
; antl imports! -ihelii<liug -foreign -:jiier-
i chamlis'e.exported,   -was . SUt4,SS"l>,2SS :
. and many m-dieineS h.ire aiTOliol as, a' hiSt ,i*onlh" ^^ih.-AfifiU^.^iWi'. Avak.
;; prominr-nt   ingrediem.     A   judicious i"1-135.751,20?.     y yy
-j.min_s!"mj?. of .ix o-ssonlia! oils, rionsposn '" ,*-.���*���    -   ���   . ������-. '-  .-' Xx: *
I' Iiry.Tiiom^*'.lCdcrtrii^on. and theV^.I  . Wf^u ^3ndo.:ren��che-��; a,biAi;her
���yy- ���yZXxZyXLyXXdyxXx^yyy-yimy^c^^raramtZ lottery prize,  ho re-;
���;:|;77^i'ni-;jhah :S2,Wtft e;WK;U.p^^ra:tingj;
[i & 7S4l?*f '_fct!ii- %i^:X}X^'X;^^Pa^��:Xi^iif^}
yyryiMr} 'Vfei^lffi^K^ay^fe^OyfMt^ I
yduced imeat prices, far bvlow any other j
��� lVufcltor in Cuba.    ' _   - j
���Art AMD tlLUBLF. foil  LAD1KS AIt.KF<.TX.'..   -
Srti Inr l5ldla�� Chimitt,. Price��� in Ent^ci -3_w
Ba. LtCl_I��C iltt.Co. HtTtrJtocil Rd. r<.W,S. LoU'ldS
or Mill 81. "t O frass n, Fhoxt Sr.E..Toitoi-TaO����
tarn. Bsc��M��ff STKtcr. Btjw vow city.
Keeps EYES
Clear, "Bright and Beautiful
Wtite Mtirtae C6.,d'iki__a,fot2TeC*ttBc��5&
SILVER  FOXKS  *10')-?500. - .Schur-.!
man    Fur    Farm,    Suinnierside,"
P^ K. I. ���..    :-  --   '-��� -   ' ���   -" 7. -��� ' - .���
BAKERS-;-;'OVP:n'S���-Write .for catalogue and list   of   iist-d   ovens.
. '* HabWrd-  Cy.-ch . Company.   782. King
1 j West.-Toronto. ...'-,..,,.,. '.-,".'-! -..-*.���'"���' '._������
FROM .���/."������'" 77>'*'.
\ftinlr".��iI?"NQV.-: ll'KS, MvJil.-i ....
McHitrv'a.���'Nov.    ;">.' S.S. 'MutiiK.in'.n
M<iiilr��'ai������ Xov,    .��. S.S, .M<>_. ...o.-e
Qutilice  ���Xov, 13-.
Mot_tre.i_--Xov.  IS, S.S. Montcalm
Montrt.'il���Xov. IS, S-S. M.km<".(tos;i
Montreal��� Xov. V.K rf.S. Maibwrii   ,
Mwn'trrni���Xov. 20. S.S, JlonR-l.-ire
Quoboo  ���Xov. 5.i. S.S. Motitn.-drn
St. John���l>ec.   r.. S.S_._Mojitr<��?e   .
St. .I.VIin���Th-f. JO,  K-.S. M��-!il_i    '
St.".Tolin���I}''-'-. 1?, S.S. ?iP-fasrtmii: '
at. "John���-Dec, If.. J4.S. Mont claw .
S. .Motituatrn
,.,lto CltorljourK. Soufhampton.
 to  TScUilHt. Oli'l.teKOW. - -
... .to' .).H-..>rj>oo).
S.S. Kml'res_= of Fr.aijr:0 to <*h<>rl.'Oi>"rsrr Southa_:iptoti.   -- .
... -to'-ljlvpYpoVJ.   ...
 t'o.<"ln_rl>ourK:.. Si>ii;l".:i,tii7vlr>!i. Antwerp.
....to -Eflfast. 'llabgo-n-,
.....to Ijiycrpoo!.
....to' I_iv'ori��jol.     ���   i
 -. tO'Wvc'rpoul,
,...t<> ChprtliJUW, Soiitlinnipt<��fi. A'i��t��'f-rp.
 t�� -'���f��l:isB����vv,   l-jv.t'rjxxji.-
.... iolayf j-Jkv.}.
...i.loOasK*'*, I.ivi_ri">o<)l.
St. Jof!ii--l)ec. *23,
Apply Loea! Agehta ��r W. O. S^SEYj 3ft4 Main Stre#8, Winnipeg
1 ^ mE   LEDGE,  ,G-KEEKWOOD,   B. G
' i
m*iwjM*ti>H m %k HJiH-tf^wtkhimm
The Vacuum (air-tiglil) Tins insure BIG BEN
being in the same perfect condition, wlicn you
buy it, as when the tobacco left llie factory.
You always have a nice Ircsli plug
on hand���nnd the empty tins arc
Diehl, too.
7-7-7-' : .   _.  r-TTT
' MANUFACTURED        BV ������     ���    \
Would Abolish
Income Tax
��� Dominion-Wide Campaign Is Launch -
ed With This Object. In View
A Dominion-wide campaign to have
the federal income tax abolished has
been   launched   by *'��he Retail-Trade
'Bureau'of Canada', the head oflice of
���which is iny'Ottawa.'. Already -meetings have been 'held in Montreal, Ottawa and other centre's and the re-
'sponse to the call for assistance has
.been most encouraging.
In an interview in which ho outlined the principal reason why The_Re-
tail- Trade Bureau of Canada was opposed to tho-contlnuance ot the income
tax, Mr. IS. M. ��� Trowern, - Dominion
executive director antl secretary of the
bureau iu Ottawa, pointed out that one
of 1 ho main fatflls with this tax is that
it is making liars and thieves out of
hc said
tributed to the government during, the
five-year period,���'���$6.l,4'C7,780.0.0. ���
"Please do not get the,idea that I am
opposed to the.payment of taxes.. I
think we all ought to pay taxes, but I
am opposed to an unfair system of
'taxation,..aiid-the. .income tax is the
most unjust: tax*, that was ever placed
upon humanity. 7       '-.'.'.'-���
"While he does not seem to realize
ii; it is the consumer vvho is paying
this tax and who ought to be the most
interested. party i u any campaign to
have-it abolished. The man wlio buys
the article last is tho one who pays
all the taxes. True, the tax' is put on
the  retail  merchant, and if he is  a
I Schooner's Career Of-      -���*.'.
j Adventure Is Ended
I Amundsen  Gives  Up  Idea of Drifting
Across North Pole
Capt.-lloald Amundsen's exploration
schooner Maud, which sailed'y from
Seattle. Juno 8, 1922,.with high hopes
of drifting in Are'thi ice across: the
North Pole, has .returned- to Seattle,
a long career- of adventure over, perhaps, .forever.
The Maud .was ordered into-port
ther(tbj��Amiiniisen to he sold, and the
crew of se.'en have been dispersed.
They had little lo say of their three
years amid tho perils of the devastating ice pack. Music, speeches, accompanied J>y lhe crack of the aurora
picked tiii by the Maud's radio equipment, from'.British ami American stations; enlivened the monotonous existence during the long northern winters.
They had plenty ,of food, and- aside
from tjie fatal illness ��� of -Siverson,
Norwegian assistant, engineer, the voyage was uneventful.
A, bare half dozen persons were at
the dock to welcome the Maud, contrasting sharply with: the host of
5,000 who bade the vessel and Captain
Amundsen -good luck' a littlo more
than three years ago.
Amundsen left the vessel in Alaskan waters to lay plans for an . airplane flight over the Pole. '-.- Although
the Maud drifted and. shouldered lier
way about: 2,500 miles west of Nome,
the currents carried her: but little in
the. northerly direction. . It was- for
that Amundsen ordered the expedition
abandoned!.     ."���        ; .
As one of your
daily dozen
shrne up with-
keeps yon
Famous Mine Was
Found By Accident
Riches of Kimberley Were Uncovered
.       By An: Englishman     .','!*
One blazing June day, in ..18.71,'. a,
young Englishman, named ltawstorrie,
roaming over the South African veldt,
-     affords
benefit as well
v.<>>.'   as pleasure.
���     Healthful exercise for the teeth
and a spur to' digestion. ���'A fong-
Iasting  refreshment,  soothing   to
: nerves and stomach.'
The World Famous
Sweetmeat, untouched
by  hands, full of
Nurse Was Honored Guest "���
Only Woman  In  Canada  Eligible. For
Membership   In   Amputations'
The only woman in Canada eligible
to join the. Amputations' Association,
attended the annual convention of the
association at Winnipeg.
Miss M."L. Jaffray, a volunteer nurse
in the Canadian Expeditionary Force,
later .attached to the French army,
and now a member of the nursing staff
of the Christie Street Military Hos-
j pital, in Toronto, is the woman. She
jwas one of tlie most honored guests at
the convention.
Miss Jaffray joined the volunteer
nursing corps in Toronto in 19.1H,
and served ^tthe Base Hospital in
France until 1917, when she was transferred to the French army's mobile
ambulance corps'at Adlulrerke, Belgium. She lost her left foot when
German bombers dropped a bomb between the huts at an advanced hospital. '
Miss Jaffr.iy holds the French Croix
de Guerre and insignia en bronze, the
former for valor and the'latter for
loug service.
The  Modern  Locomotive
gup in hand, in search of sport, ilung
business man the tax will g'o into his (himself down, exhausted by his tramp-
cost. Then the consumer comes
along and pays it, and when the consumers pay these taxes how can they
be expected to pay their hills
"'The Citizens' Research Institute
of Canada is convinced, after carefully
studying the question, and from tho
ing aud the fierce heat of-the. sun, for
a siestti under lhe scanty shade of a
thorn bush.
As ho was idly playing with tho
sand by his side, he uncovered a pebble which flashed back the sun's rays
in jets of tiro.
'All  men  are  not honest,"! experience  of other .countries,    that j    Uvea to his untmiued eye thp stone
"If they worn, thoy would ! considerable reduction in taxation can ltUus accidentally brought to light, was a
make honest returns. Any system of
taxation���I 'Jo not care where it is or
what it is���that trusts the honesty of
the, people to put in a correct report
Is fundamentally wrong.     The man-
be effected without lessening the quality of government Service or llie ability of our ���governmcufB to meet their
outstanding obligations.' The institute also believes lhat such reductions
ner in which o'Ur income tax is col-, would result in greatly increased pros-
ieoled leads us directly into tempta-jporlly lo the citizens of Canada, and j
tion.     The amount of income tax col- j tliey are ri^hf
lecled during iho fiscal year 1921-22
was $]01,fiO0,021.OO; In 1922-23 it was
$72,713,000.00;  and in  1323-24 ir. was
tmly ���$5S.955,70S.OO.     Now surely that
proves one of two Unrigs;  either the.
Is killing ihe    business   of   the*
Rare Book Discovered
Valuable Anatomical Atlas Was Among
English Doctor's Papers"
j    Auolher   instance    of   the way in
! which, valuable books remain hidden
dodge It. ,     j f0r y0ai.tj( .lLlti then are discovered by
"During :i perind of five years'Uie
farmers   have  paid  SS.lOS.-iSO.OO;- the
���professional people paid $11,253,085.00;
the. merchants paid $2-1,908,753.00; the
luanuraeUirers    (not   including   their
surtaxes)   paid_$8,O8G,56J.00;_u_iul_\the
~ ?niployees���and this is an example of
the unfairness of the thing���the employe* is given a form to fill, in; the
government is not going to lake any j Warwickshire.
'chances-whit  him so  thoy send  (he|    ihe   cov-m-h
Older Type Gave Longer Service Without Needing Repairs
It is a curious "-discovery, that the
greatest or the modern locomotives
render loss eflicient service "in some
ways than those of simpler construction in use twenty-five years ago.
The refinements and the greater hauling capacity have been attained at the
expense of more frequent repairs ancl
longer periods out of commission. Th-*'
older type .was available for srevice
about seventy-five per cent, of the
time; the newer for only forty-live
per cent. So It often is with men.
The two hundred and fifty-five pound-
Flying School Builds Tunnel
Will Be Used to'Test Lifting Power pf
Aeroplane Structures
The largest wind tunnel in the country and perhaps In the world, as part
qf the new laboratory of the Daniel
Guggenheim school of aeronautics of
New York City, has been announced
with the acceptance of the -chairmanship of the advisory committee by
Wilbur'*'Wright. Tlie tunnel will be
nine feet in diameter: An air velocity of more than 400 miles an hour
will be attained in it and the tunnel-
will be used for model planes as well
as to test the'"llfhting power of various aeroplane structures.    ���'
The potassium treatment wliich,
first presented' by the late Dr. )���'.
"W. Forbes lions In KnRland in 1912, '
has been scientifically perfected,'
has won. the-gratitude of countless
Canadian and American sufferers
who havo experienced its unrivalled
success. By combining the two
words "Cancer", and "Potassium,"
this home treatment for all diseases
caused by tlie universal potassium
starvation is legally protected l>y
patent under the  name  of
Experience of mriny thousand*.
confirms the great IOiirIIkIi authority's .stalenieiit:--"CAXCER IS A
if such deficiency i.s remedied, even
far advanced and apparently hopeless cases will retrograde without
surgical operation, radium or X-ray
tortures and needless expense.
iMcdlcal men in all parts aro recommending or adopting Cantasslum
Treatment on behalf of their
patients, and hundreds of thankful
letters from restored cancer victims speak" of AUTHENTICATED
KKStTLTS which bring Justified
hope to present sufferers.
���A most "interesting hook, which
will ho mailed YOU free of charge.
explains tho CAUSE and the most
rational methods of avoiding the
disease, or treating it where it already exists. The co-operation of
every reader of this paper is earnestly requested in fighting''the Cancer Scourge by studying its Cause
and Treatment and spreading the
knowledge acquired
Cancer claimed 150,000 victims on
this continent last year.      ..'-.- "'<������.
Cancer strikes rich and poor alike
without warning. Protect yourself
and dear ones without delay hy
sending for  this  FKEK  BOOK  to
61 Brunswick  Avenue, ��� Toronto  4,
Sole representative for The C'antus-
���sium Treatment In Canada and
U. S. A.
j diamond of .uneommou lustre as well
' us size, nnd  his- conviction was confirmed when, on his return, he showed
it to his host.
Thus it was that a fortunate siesta
revealed the famous Kimberley mine,
the riches of which have, dazzled the
eyes ofthe world for a generation.
Within .a few years of young Haw-1
storne's hunting 1rip the mine was j
yielding ;m annual $5,000,000 worth of-i
diamonds. Claims little larger than'
many a drawing-room wr-re. changing !
hands for ?75,000 and SS5,0u0, antl the!
hare veldt on which he took his rest i
and  which he  could have purchased 1
for years, aud then are discovered byjfor ft ,������. dMara an aen>) WIS Vf),tlt \
chance, is revealed by the presentation |.Umo?t iucal,ul:il)lo inilH()!1_.,
to St. Uarlholoniew Hospital of :i folio |   -
copy ot IlemmelIn's "Catoptrum Micro-' -., ��/��� ���     1   ��      n       1
cosmicum.-oho of the  earliest  ana-iObservatory  Visited  By Royalty!
and squash-stem neck.-
-Youth's Com-
tomical atlases.
- The-book-Wits, found anmng-n_eol
lection of oap'ers left  by the late Dr.'
F. V." Klldnijton, of Fenny Compton. a j
well known medical    man   in " South |
Is thc  Constant Care  of Every
Young Mother
The young mother has a constant
care in looking after the welfare of her
little ones.     Childhood ailments come
on so suddenly���sometimes without a
minute's   warninig���tho   mother  may
j have a very sick baby on her hands
,, , . before help can be obtained.     That is
er who cm io?0 n Hour, barrel into a | lln,MS ���he lms ��� m"ne(lv in ,ho hoU8P
wagon may hare less endurance than; which   she cau  safely give the  baby
the wiry fellow of the stringy muscles j for any of the many minor ailments
1 of babyhood and childhood,
I    Such ti rained}* is found In Baby's ^
j Own Tablets.     Thousands of ninth ers '
1 throughout ihe country always keep aj
I box of the   ."ablets on hand and they (
J proclaim tli >m to bo without tin equal j
'lor sweetening baby's stomach; regu-(
luting his bowels, nnd    thus    driving j
lout cotistip ition aud indigestion, colds i
I and   Pimple   levers,   and   making .tho
1 dreaded teething period easy. ��� '
j    Baby's Own Tablets tire an absoluc1-
j ly safe remedy.      They are guaran-
j tend to be iree from opiates or any
; other- narcotic drug    which    aro    so
' harmful  to  "he future welfare of the
I baby.     Mothers, if you value the life
I of ) our litt! 2 ones give    him   Baby's
I Own Tablets to ward off illness.     The
j Tablets tire sold by medicine dealers
or wil!  he sent  to anjy address, post
pa hi, at 2fi cents a box by addressing
1 The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brock-
i '.-ilie, Ont_._    _   x _   _
Very Good
'I'escher; "Give us a sentence tisins
three worri-i: defeat, defence and de-
Jail."     '
l'lipil ��� "De feet wont over de fenc-n
before de tail."
Genuine Aspirin
Proved Safe
Take without Fear as Told
in "Bayer" Package
Bat'te tho faeo with Minard's
In water ttnd place a piece of
cotton wool, saturated with
Minard's in the cavity.
_|King   and - Queen- Are-Interested ~in"j
World Famous Institution '
The   King  antl   Queen  recently m-l
tended the  two hundred antl  fiftieth
anniversary celebration' ot Greenwich i
weie   gouo-and many 1
Observatory, jtnd so kept up the Iradi-
form to the employers to" have it con-   pugCs were tattered,    but    the   rlaps,!
I tion of royalty's interest in this world-
firmed, conswiiiontlj thoy have got all: Wliich -lifted lo show the various poi-
these employees doubly tied,up;  and
of this country con-
Sick a Year. Goi Great Benefit from Lydia ��. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
tions of the human    body,   were   in
1 act.
Tli" executors of (he estate had no
idea of the value of the book.     It was
famous institution. "  The ob-<tTvalut'\ ,
] was built  by order of Charles ii. foi
I the benefit of lho navigators of that
'day.     The astronomers' knowledge oi ���
1 the  position  of  the   heavenly   bodies
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on
Famous Man's Favorite Books
More Canadian Cattle For Britain
In the past s-ix months, 12,700 Canadian cattle have reached Manchester,
!,this being an increase of-100 per ci-nt.-
over the corresponding period ot last
1 year
! Four Out of Eleven Enjoyed By Stein- Vot-w,lhsiam,inB th(_ mv of a pa,)tr
j me.* Were Written For Children .]oHar j3 only sfivoa or .,5glu ^^
j Tho late Charles 1\ Stc-inmetz, the- havo noyer ^ QQe (Ho m. QW
, crippled   immigrant  lad  who  became j. ,    ._,
ia famous electrical engineer, tvus once I   '     " ,  ,    	
, asked iwluit   iiooks he $no_4 enjoyed.]
[Here is ih��' list: -, .
I     "The Odyssey," "F.iiu-t." "Odps and'
1 Other   Poems" llorac-1,  "Itoman His-
'tory" Momuiiwi, "The Jungle Books,"
senfto tho losphal because the own-1 ms l^n vei>' ^"IH-ffect. ami lor this   pai'lnisn or on tablets you tire not wet    ,.     ���  .,..,..,���.    .. .������ ���
1   "     ting the genuine Bayer .Tablets of As-1   I ic.isute island,      iXukest Afnca.
pirin proved   safe by millions and pn-   "Tom   Saw-tor,"  "Jluckk-bi-rry   Finn,"
I reason nautical  reckoning:,  were :_<���!-
' -
'dom accurate.     The idea ot ihe ob-
er had been ;i student there.
Xow   xt   is   learned that the book,
which was published^ 36S9, i��-ex-i M':'!'atorj' w,,.|,:h Vitri. ,,uik on :l" (llsl
iremely rare,  there,  being  o^ily  one
copy of earJier date. '   It is to be put
in tho hospital library.-    -
More Motor Cars In Sweden
rubbish heap by Sir Christopher Wren,
was to obtain  more reliable data 'for
1 these reckonings.
j    The   first   Astronomer royal. Fhtui-
1 steed,  was  appointed  in  1(170,  but it
scribed b.v physicians over tw>-nty-tlve
years for
Colds      . Headache
NeuritH L\imbago
Tool hitche KhcuiUKi ism
N'euralgla I-ain, Bain
Each   unbroken "Bayer"   paekaRe _''���ai"'s>-
,   .       ., ,    ,   . , contain--   ji.-oven   direct Ions-.     Handy 1
was many years before the work done, b()XOS of twplv0 taWu(s (.0,f ff.w ���.nls_ ]
I at the observatory was of much use to ) Druirgist.-J also sell bottles of 2l and
' 10U.
"'Midshipman Easy," "The DoIuko."
i    Ai least f��"ir of the eleven are chil-
idren's hook:*-.    Vet roading them help-
'_L>d  to keep one  powerful" and  useful
Imind ali-ri to intricate problems.���Col-
Chas. M. Brush
Bloomington, N. S.-~MI took Lydia
E. rinkham'a Vegetable Compound for
pains a��d backacne, also for nervousness, sick headaches and sleeplessness.
1 was troubled in this way for over a
rear, and a friend told me about the
vegetable G>mix>und and induced me to
take it. I n^ast say I havo received
great benefit from it aad am able to do
my housework now. i recommend the
Vegetable Compound myself and am
willing-for you to use this letter as a  311 taxe-s on automobiles. $774,043 on
teGtinionaI.r'~aMre. William Mojsft ;1Ir,., ftni, $1,347,046 on'pasolino.
Bloomington, Annappolis County, J>). S. }
.. _ 'Do you know tbat in a recent canvass .7-.". \, ���.-""..     ...
among .'women users, of- thc Vege'tablo j
Sstati9tics Show Very Large Increase ���0Ur y^n^-,.
In Five Years , I    lu    ajj|,it,u    tll    s)ther. jtctiUtics.
The numlM-r of automobiles in Swe- 1 ({reenwich i?ived-!h-' standttrd time to
den, government statistics show, Ju-1 the whole wurid.
creased from H,506, or one for each 703  ^~
Inliabltants ,iu 191?. to 62,5>1!0, or one [ May Mean Cheaper Matches
Canada's Century
1 B. C. Lumber For Atlantic Seaboard
I During the pa.it lotir years lumber (
��� shipments from British 'Columbia toi
1 the Atlantic seaboard have registered
for each 95 inhabitants at lh�� end of.-  Match manufacturers mav look for ���'<��� Heady increase, and it is expected,
Restricted   Immigration   is  Advocated
For Dominion by English'Writer   '
"This ceirnry will witness a devel-j.
opmont-in Canada in all ways einiilnr
and equal _to the development iu the 1
! United States in tho 19th chimin," a
Tin1 govr-rnmeufV income from motor business lust jear included $1,423.'
. Moved. 280-Foot Bridge
Com'pound;o\^r220,00y.repHegwereic^ J ' "Engincf,re m()ved a two- hundred aud ipnMluwmmibufct'iiiu.
c^n-cd. ��� To the question, "Have.you J". ,-    ,.-,-. ���    ��� ���������,- ���',-.'���'
received benefit.by taking this medi.'--1-^^'-?001 f:Prin ol  :i  b^I<,?-f, il dl#'
cine?".9S:pcr cent, replied "Yes.'.*       -jtaiicoof.ninety-threti feet,   when   i-c-
la slump in sales in Scotland now that  ihat exports ihis year, :t��.<?ivffating to I
,a  Clast'ow'womjii has been able to dale some *2W,00t>,<l00 fee't, will surpass
; light a  rlsjiretto  irom  an   el.->etrical ��� last year's total, amounting to _26$.00(V
! discharge through thc body of a nitin. f|f�� fw��-
,The part of the cigarette to be Jight-'���-   -     -_ ���_ -'-    ���    -
j-eil'may be dipped'in.yw"att.-r..without:af;;,|.'-*.r.'.'-,.
fecting tlie  poorer of 'the- current s-to-.
-.Tfaia means that 98 out of every 100 ;.biiiidins the Waterloo Bridge, in I.oh- I
women are- in better. health because
-    For Future' Use i
-      -   1
A citizen of -Argentina- has <leposit��-d ".
I tion.
they have- given  this medicine a fair P'""' 'T,����.��i��a�� was "loved alo��- *teol;|l�� in a: Buenos Aire* bank to.nmntin ]
.trial." "'      . ' " j girders ��� by eight men. turning winches   for 1,00') years. intvr��-.-.{ to be annual-!
Mrs. BrW^-ia'.simplyaaidthercase-of ithat slid'tli*; giaiit framework .and its ;Jy.compounded and added its tiie prin- |.
a woman.^receivinjer f'great 'benc-fiL." jfivA-bundrc-'I tons 01"weight at the rate icipai.     At ihe' end of the l.����ru veais
"WTorricn safferingfrom the troubles r.o   ,,_- f,.,,r ,-,���..  ..��� i���Ynr " -        '.,,     ���;.,������[, 1      ��� " '���' 7 "���    .' !
-. -    .      .     ,_   .�� ��     ,. ....       - -    Oi   itmr ieet - cin noui. ; .the lorii- tntprf^t :_iifl   tiFtiieittril   w tot
common to tbeir sex should .listen to .1 !me' ���' .iuu.piiin.ip.ui_* in;
what other "v^omen aay who have expe- [   ���-."���"     . '���   ' ."    " ".bfc'divided benveen the. {'nitwl States ;".
rienced the saass sufferings and. found       The Aver.iJfe person -Inhales   about-and Argentina-for the "purpose of pro-'
iS^^t^UU Sd'Sdl   2��� *�������-:^ ���������� ***. : ; ���   ". ,'    - j ��P����* i*��I*rhy and happin^s.
drhig stores, . C
.writer in the London Outlook declares,
and he adds: "In the long run. provided that the present policy is ntainttun-
ted of encouraging the immigration only
of the nordic laces, Canada will pro-
, duce a finer nation than the one in the [
���making iii ��� tlio failed. States where "-a ���!
��� policy of indiscriminate' admission of <
/.immigrants was pursued1 until recentr-':"'
; After shaving���^Minard's Liniment.
I ' ���  ;   y  ,
[--A scientist is ;i man .whn.e.-iu dis-
i cover a  frignu'nl  of    ancient   -thigh
bone and. tell liow long-tho animal's
"jaw.was.' ... -        ���������'..- .' -    -.   .'-
W-   N..   U.   ir,yr
In.the United States there.are l;S0v ;
woTncn dpnti.-ti
��� >Iost   people  are  tUsappointe'd. be.-'-J;.-
X in .1*915 ilie I'niJei} Sratvs .used ir��
: per rent-' of. tlie. world's supply of riab-
��� ber._- Las 1. "year the'-Knifed; Slate?
) used 70 per c*cnt.. of'tii.e supply,   .������ .'-
jcao&e tliey are disappointing.
, Mjnard'* Liniment'.for Sdre;. Back
���levy's Stttflio
"To build tip a. rundown constitution or'tp7str'enfi'then the nerve-., "I
know-of 'no.-better, jnvdjcine than Dr.
.'.Pierce's ..Golden-iiedical Discovery,"
".''iaitr'Ciiasl''Xr. Brush of -40S< Caron
;;Ave..'-Windsor, Ont.^ "I had become
'-'in-'a rundown condition, my nerves
- Sverc had. and iny ?U.:nach gave mc a
great deal ot trouble; I voald have
spells of nervous indigestion. But
after taking ft. few bottles 61 Dr.
'Tierce's -Golden Medical Dijc-overy,
niy health .was .nittch improved and
my nerves were stronger. I did not
have any more spells of iscrvnus indigestion. ,'Golden Mcdicai Di^cov-
'cry'-.-icetned tci toiit. up my entire
' 5y<tcni and made nie feci nn:ch ��a��
proved physically.-"*
I,   ., At all. drug 'store.*. Of scp-1 11 cor.t^
:\_ JpyDoctor   Pierce's   Liboratr.:--,    ;,-.
"i ErlvIgftOui-H'f. Gnu, ior trii.1 j'ackr.~i.
y . Sl��iiii;u.'i_i_lS-:
^afc^n .Wiaal-*LVJv'*.- net JV^-^ -ry^-rcr*. ^V^.-^'T^" ^ ? frgr-.Tigui a-la-^fr-f tft>a ti-.-^J.
Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
{2.50 when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To Great Britain aud
the United States $2.50, always in advance.
Beaverdell Briefs
Miss Grace Barron, of Grand
Forks, was t-he week-end guest of
Mrs. T. W. Clarke.
Mr. Phillips and Mr. Clarkson,
of Cascade, are visiting in the district for a few days.
Mr. Green, land surveyor,
motored over from Nelson and
spent the day looking over the
cam p.
Mr. Crump, supt. K. V. li.- and
Mr. Ross, manager Royal B>iuk,
Penticton, were visitors to the
town on Monday. We hope this
may mean that they avere looking
over the bank, and station situation in this camp. We need both
About twenty-two people motored up from Greenwood on Saturday evening to attend the Hospital
Dance given by the Greenwood
Ladies Auxiliary. The afl'iiir was
a huge success from a financial
standpoint and everyone present
seemed to be having a good time
Tommy Crowe, as floor manager,
kept the crowd moving and tht
^moonlight dances, prize waltz, etc.,
also added to the evenings enjoyment.    ^	
Midway News
Mr. and Mrs. R. McMillan and
Miss Annie Munro, of Trail, were
the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. R. D.
Kerr during the week-end.
Keep in mind the Halloween
Dance, under the auspices of the
Rock Creek Farm Women, in the
:Mid Way THall )pii :0r iday):-|(|c^^07
y:.:;7:&t, ayspebialys^
;pf ajblaS ]3 tei wart77iWwil H tbe; Tyl pcattied y
^rjefreshiripn ^ywere^s^yedv;y:7:yy- W7
7:^||b^yg^^;-;brOpch:7jh:7: feKenTpf^b^
y'^Lnjary^^icIS^eteW ^isS'^Thobiet?
i 'yPye^^Gaita pMi^$;7qf y^nacpfid^^iyi
Xy SWnii :^^0l:^&^^Xoi}[[^iXw��iX
y- ZyMo[08t& :gjy:fenri"ri. :5ffiarpiag^:7b^-H��:V'
X Ipplfijft-.pfof aii 'ii ^7m,7��7#fifte;:^a|f f|
yfc&iirifed X&XX ^0(^&^;&[:Xrjos^}[mt\}
.yiynj aid;ett?yhTai vX^^yyiyMmyx^XiX^X,
'. 7fld$��i^
������' wgaPdip Cftn-'a^&a^ne'd^
��� 'tS'e^^-.yB'.n'd^'c^'fcc
- -cei^S j$yy$ ^e#pjbMi' y^s;j7bfif&7&;ti
.. sli#^Komi#,SG^
7 wfaem afeiipS^
7 -gjepacfife^jid'^
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^'iip^-^eef'nl^^^-^e'ifcfe'i" ���: [X��ti&[$g[a?ns-
;��yg \i ty *pythe ������ bride,:" ^ag-' :aygpld yw'Qst,;
[[Xw&i&X&piiiyta frfifey iii atrd ti -inf. ho nor'
.. ^wMfce :^ptdjfrf pock set ��� ixitk :pea i%.
...^abdViameiirjH^^        ; ::mdr- Mty
'.'y^iacd'Qj. ^'i^J^^^^^yytaoiiEi}- fb.��
���.-;'% vjDaBy'l^iep'dsrandl^
���4&%m with p^ricMle^tHie^|r|'S^itig^
������&n"& a Slack XveivM ^'afe'-wife^aieelj
/tjpada. ��� Ott^^l-feir^r^^^l;-^!;
w^s^^wM^^r'^... :'~-'xyx)mm}x*';y^*
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stem x&mzs:-Laxy>   * --
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"Our Tariff must
have due regard
for all parts of the
country in its pre'
sent stage of development," said
Mackenzie King
The Liberal tariff
is a tariff prim'
arily imposed for
revenue^ This
tariff, which is a
tax, should be as
light as possible
on the people*
��� s future �� men
Prem ie r Ring
says, ^EspecmUxy
do we believe that
the [instruments of
production essential to the development pf our basic
industries and the
should Bex taxed
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Naturalist Believes
���      Insects Good Food
Formation of a steamship company,
_wlilch will establish a nt/w��trans-At-
laritic   line,    has becn aulhorizcdvin
Dublin. '    ���     "   , .
Civilian Japanese, airmen will undertake a flight from Japan to'Hawaii
"next year, according to the. Japanese
language newspaper, .Hawaii Shimpo.
.Eight ��� human skeletons unearthed
during excavations at St. John's Hospital, J_ioli(icld, Stuffs, England, aro
believed to be more than 700 years
old. - -
Thomas Malonoy, commandant of
tlio Irish Free Stale Air Force,-wis
killed In a flying accident at Curragh.
JHs machine crashed when ho was flying low during- an aviation tournaments
The Dublin, Ireland docks board Js
���eriously discussing the (dev elopnient
ef Qlacksod Bay as a Irans-Atlantic
port. It is urged lhat the voyage to
Canada takes from that point only
three and a half days.
A measure now is before the diet,
which, if approved, will allow Japanese women to practise law in thc
courts of ihe empire. . The measure
, la backed by tho .women's suffrage
When plans for the ��� erection of a
new lighthouse were discussed * at a,
meeting of the Hartlepool port and
liarbor "commissioners, it was slated
that there are only two builders o��
lighthouses in England.
������ The German Government has passed, a law, iu effect since August 1,
making it unlawful for- any German
municipality to levy a tax against
visitor's and tourists. Hotel rates
probably will he reduced as a result
of the law, it Is said.
The British" postmaster-general announces that telephonic communication between Great Britain and Holland can now he obtained .(with, the
exception of the period between 11
-- and 12 noon) practically without delay.
The Canadian high commissioner's
oflice in London lias been notified of
tho payment at the Bank of Montreal,
London, by Belgium/of ?23,2G2 aa interest on tho debt covering llie purchase-of Canadian horses antl mules
at Hie conclusion of the war.
- French exports to Germany (luring
the first seven months of 1925 increased ln value 40,000,0*00 francs over the
corresponding period- of 1924, and imports 'froni" Germany decreased 100,-
000,000 francs. The exports totalled
2,183,000,000 and the imports 1,963,-
000,000 francs.^
- Mrs. Louisa Mallandaine, one "of the
oldest pioneers in British Columbia, is,
dead at Victoria in her 95th year. She
reached Victoria from England in 1SC2
on the, steamer Tynemouth as one ot
. the cargo of sixty marriageable lasses
for which that vessel is noted in British Columbia history. She was then
Miss Tbwnsend. ' "���
Says Grasshopper Is Fine Eating For
Human Beings
A famous naturalist believes -.that
grasshoppers and - similar insects
would bo palatable food for human be-,
ings, he says. "The grasshopper is
good eating both for men and for
camels. Either fresh or pickled, it
is eaten after the feet, the wings, and.
the head have been removed; the rest
is boiled or else stewed and served lip ���
iu the form of- meal balls. After being dried in the sun it is ground to
powder, which may bo stirred into
milk or made into dough and then fried
in fat or buiior with salt." Ho also
refers to the fact tliat, "Camels greatly like to cat grasshoppers, which are
served 'to thorn either dried or after
being roasted in a heap in a large hole
between, two layers of lire coals. The
negroes also eat them cooked in that
way." And also that: "The wives of
tlie prophets, when anyone sent them
a* present of grasshoppers, always
shared them with lho other women.
"The Calif Omar, one day when he was
asked whether the use of grasshoppers
for food was permitted, replied���'1
should like to have a basketful of
them to eat.'"
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An International Crime
Lord   Robert Cecil Calls  For General
Disarmament Conference
Lord Robert Cecil, British delegate
to tho League of Nations Assembly
supported tlio resolution calling for
preparation of a general disarmament
conference and consideration of some-
system of conciliation antl arbitration.
The characterization 'in the'draft
resolution of aggressive warfare as an
"international crime," he' declared,
merited special attention from the en-
tiro world. He rc-alllrmcd Britain's
devotion to the princiolc of arbitration, t '-
He pledged Britain's -support to the
The assembly unanimously adopted
a series of rfesolutions previously offered, authorizing immediate preparatory study for an eventual disarmament conference, approving regional
security pacts and asking the council
of the league to judge what progress
toward general security is achieved
by such agreements and providing a
new examination of present systems'
of conciliation aud compulsory arbitration jn international disputes.
Convinced Of Success
New So
Of Alcohol
Discovers Every Baker Is Potential
Alcohol Producer
Every, bakery is a potential producer of alcohol as a result-of the discovery of an Italian engineer, that the inebriating   liquid   can 1)e obtained in
"considerable    quantities    from    the
' fumes given off by baking bread.
. Andruslauis   is   the Italian's name.
He experimented for four years, using
an apparatus, constructed at r* Berlin
bakery before hc attained success. His
.apparatus is, capable of extracting approximately a pint'and a half of alcohol from the fumes given off ��� during
tbe process of baking 220 pounds of
" - Thid recovery process uses hitherto
waste products. It Is estimated that
It could save Germany millions of dollars, worth of fuel and foodstuffs which
now arc consumed in the production o{
Germans suggest that such a cheap
source of pure alpohoi may revolutionize tho bootlegging Industry In the
United States.
- A Courageous Woman
/Spending two years In a-mountain
cavern, at an altitude of .13,000 feet,
was ainong tho adventures undertaken
by Madame .David -whose .wonderful
achievements have set scientific and
literary Paris talking. This courageous woman has just returned after
fourteen years spent in ihe most inaccessible regions of China and Tibet.
She was accompanied by -lier adopted
son, a young* Tibetan, with whom she
entered the forbidden city of Lhassa.
This sniall, frail-looking woman, passed three years in a monastery studying
the Tibctau_Janguag_e_ _ and. .ancient
manuscripts. Time and again, after
heroic efforts, was she turned back
and finally "approached, Tibet from
China, whero.the last barrier was a
mountain range, H5.00G feet high. They
remained as beggars two months In
the forbidden* city," and she is, she
thinks, the first foreigner to leave it
Tailored Details and Plaits Contribute
To Sports Types
The "channel" plait, furnishing fullness to the plain silhouette, brings the
straight-line tailored frock Into even
greater popularity. The jabot has
ninny delightful ways of unexpectedly
appearing on all sorts of daytime
dresses, and on Ihis distinctive model
is the dominating adornment. It Is
here made of crepo-de-chlno matching
the becoming collar and slightly flared
cuffs. The upper section of the frock
displays the moulded fancy, and the
back extends over Uie shoulder a. little below thc shoulder-lino forming
a yoke to which is sewed the slightly
gathered front. The long, tight
sleeves aro a pleasing feature, and buttons trim Lhe front opening. Any woman looking for a straight frock will
bo delighted with this pattern. Sizes
36, 38, 40, 42 antl 44 inches bust. Size
3S 'bust requires 5 yards of 36-inch,
or T>% yards bf Gi-inch material.-Price
20'cents. ,   ,
Our Fashion Book, illustrating ihe
newest and most practical styles, will
be of interest to every home dressmaker. Trice of tho book 10 cents
the copy.
How To Order Patterns
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175 McDertnot Ave., Winnipeg
Satisfied   He   Can
Pole  By Air
. Ronald Amundsen, whoso recent attempt to.reach the'North Polo by air
ended in failure,' is reported, to be-
planning another flight to the same
destination���this lime in ah, Italian-
built non-rigid dirigible.        '.'..
Pew men now Jiving know" the
idiosyncrasies of the North Pole
region as does Amundsen. His knowledge is of the JBrst-hand-kind. He
is by the same token a competent
judge of the possibilities of air navigation thers. His own experiences
with heavlei-than-air machines In the
tliglit from Spitzbergen, together with
those of tho subsequent MacMiilan expedition wit.3 better equipped amphibian aeroplanes, have apparently convinced him that a lightor-than-alr
vehicle offer's some promise of success.
The proposed experiment will - be
the first of-its kind. A Jighter-than-
alr dirigible venture into tho climatic,
and atmospheric ���uncertainties of the
polar regions has thus far never been
attempted. It- will be recalled that
the Shenandoah was for a brief space
being groomed for such a flight. But
the plans wore called off by the navy
department, and the big airship was
reserved i'or another destiny, wliich
overtook it in the
though also highly
aerial conditions of
Fret.- Press.
more familiar,
Ohio.���llel roit
Submarine Tractor For Divers
Pattern No.
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Electric   Motor   Drives   Device
- Bed of Sea
A   submarine    diver   may now go
aboul his work at the bottom of the
set in a. watertight automobile, says
Boys' Life.     The deep-sea perambulator consists of a steel cylinder or car,
mounted  on a tractor, large enough
to accommodate two passengers.     It
is built to withstand tho pressure of
the water at a depth of^two hundred
feet or more and weighs eighteen tons.
An electric motor iuslde the car makes
It possible to trundle the device along
the bed of a river or sea.     The walls
of the car are provided, with small windows   looking   out   in all directions.
Comfortably sheltered in this submersible tank the divers can explore miles
of river or ocean bed, without coming
t othe surface.    The submarine device
is provided with compartments so that
divers can leave it if necessary .to enter a sunken wreck.     It can cither be
lowered from a vessel or be driven info
deep water under its own" power.     It
has been used with success recently in
salvaging' wrecks    In   Long   Island
Large Meteor Falls In North Dakota
A large meteor crashed to the earth
north of SIgux Falls, N.D., exploding
as It struck. Pieces were gathered
for scientific Etudy. Exact size of
the segment could not be determined
fincle the violent explosion scattered
pieces'over a large area. No damage was repoited. Tbe city water
works-* is near the spot where the
meteor fell, but was  untouched.
Providing Fael For Motors
Billions' of Dollars Are Spent Yearly
'For Gasoline
���Few people realize what if. means
to proUde fuel for thc millions of
automobiles - in .daily uso. Ia 1300,
before motor car production wa^well
under way. the annual production ot
crude oil was 63,000,000 barrels. This
year it may surpass 3,000,000,04k) barrels. In 11100 the gasoline production
was T.OOO.OOf "barrels
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Send 20c CJln or stamps (wrap coin
Honor For Young Poetess   -
���.���_-  .'.
Twelve-Year-Old Girt Invited to Join
X_ English. Authors' Society       -  -
Nathalia Crane, the *2-year-old poet
of Brooklyn,'whose first book of poems
"The Janitor's Boy," has run into seven editions in .New York and? two in
England, has received an invitation
from London, 'asking her to join tho
Society of Authors^ Playwrights and
Membership ��� In this society, an
honor that has he<tn conferred upon
few Americans even of jnore mature
years, comes fast upon the exhaustion
of the first editiou of her book iu,England after they had heen on sale only
three weeks.    -
6���Becomes engaged to
14���Get lip.
15���A child (Scotch).
1C���Girl's name.
17���Let go.
20���Drive out.
21��� Dog.
29���Staff of oflice (pi.).
30���Turkish governor.
31���Geometrical figure.
SH���Writing tablet.
35���Species of flowering
3C���A playing card.
39���Printer's unit.
40���Possessive pronoun.
42���Beast of burden.
43���Healing ointment.
46���To prink again.
48���That is (abbr.).
51���Form of football.
54���Cover with tar again.
56���The ones here.
57���A unit.
58���Girl's name.
fi J���Vigor.
62���Women's club.
67���Girl's name.
68���Make into law.
71���Varieties of gypsum.
72���-Part of nn egg (pi.).
1���Small pieces.
6���At right angles to a
vessel's keel.
7���Musical note.
10���Mountains in  South
11���An animal.
12���Ancient Roman magistrate.
22���Short sleep.
25���A goddess.
27���Full of lire.
2S���Building material.   .
32���Printers' units.
38���Puts' into words.
41���Aflirmatlvo mouth.
-44���TCxact to the letter.
45���Kind   of   restaurant
47���Cooling agent.
.49���Sign of the zodiac.
50���Pester. .    "
53���A terminal of a battery.
59���Negative of.
63���Beam of light.
G4���Po'em.       ,    -.
G5���Musical note.
60���Civil       t) a s J�� c e r
A Record Flight
Exiled To Siberia
France To Compete At Toronto
Accepts invitation to Enter Horses at
Royal Winter Fair
���In a recent announccment-from Paris
it is stated that-the French Govern-
Thid year it meht has accepted an Invitation to en-
will probably surpass 350,000,000 barrels. Tho investment in Ihc oil industry is now estimated at $8,000,000,-
000, against about ?.l.OQOP0OO,OOQ fifteen
years ago. The United States alone
will this year probably consume 7,000,-
000,000. gallons of gasoline,_,wMchh at
20 cents per gallon ' w ould mean an expenditure ' df $1,400,000,000��� Thrift
idagazlne. .       .  -
ter horses In tli8 light horse events at
tho Royal Winter Fair In Toronto, Jn
November.      Premier Pahslevo, It I.s
Russian Landowners Are Having Their
Moldings Confiscated
The Russian authorities are sending'
into exile hundreds" of former landowners in accordance with an old decree of the Union, of -Socialist Soviet
republic. .The exiles .may take up
homesteads in Siberia and other tracts
of the Soviet republic.'
- The ""deportations " are" "esp��scially"
flong the Polish frontier, where special
committees arc handling tiie deportations. _ - ���!
. In the Gomel district-(he committee added fifty names to the prescribed list of 125 families and ordered all
to proceed to Siberia. However,- the
departure of the exiles, was postponed until the crops had been harvested.
In another district, closer to the
Polish frontier, 115 families were
selected, Including two tliat owned
40,000 and 30,000 acres of land, respectively. The owner of the lattci
area being a widow, saved herself
from deportation by marrying a
Aeroplane   Travels   at   Rate
Over 302_Mi!e6 Per Hour
A tiny aeroplane scorched through
the air recently at 302.3 miles an hour
���faster than anything built by man
ever had travelled before.
Protected from the terrific air pressure by an enclosed cockpit, Lieut. Al
Williams, naval aviator, made, history
as his plane sped over the kilometer
course (live-eighths of a mile) at Cur-
tiss Field, Long Island.
The plane is small as aeroplanes go.
It is 20 feet from propeller hub to tail
fin, 22 feet from wing tip to^wing Tip
and at Its highest point stands only-
eight feet above the, ground. It ir,
driven by a 4-1400 Curtis motor of 6L9
horsepower. Tho craft" bettered by
24.3 miles an hour,' the existing record
held by the French aviator, Bennett,
although advices, from Washington
said Williams' record_wouId_not_ be
"recognized officially,, because he did
not ily over the standard' three kilo-
i meter course.
" The flight was one of a number at
Curtis's Field. Long Island, which
were made to establish ��� an average
speed for the purpose of ascertaining
whether the plane compiled with the
government specifications which require -an. average minimum specg of
255 miles "an hour.
Answer To Last WeeVs Puzzle
Beardmore GoW Field!
Worth  Prospecting
Wonderful Surgical Work     -
Rebuilding       Faces      of      Mutilated
Soldiers  Reached   Fine  Art
In an account of tho medical- services-of the ministry of pensions, contributed to the Lancet, Br. Ales. San-
dison, a principal ollicer of the ministry, -writes: --	
Men with jaws--and faces smashed
to shapeless-pulp have been recreated
in human form. -Infinite patience,
the most delicate technique, and sheer
genius for this special task were happily at the disposal of the ministry
in the services of its-facial surgeons.
The value and wonder or this work
cannot be expressed in words.
For the patients, 'doomed, as  they
thought, tp gjere existence    .   .   .   Jt-7
has    meant   rescue   from    a   living'
Since March, 1920, at Sideu^ Hospital, 2,944 facial operations hiu <���:
been'performed. Happily the
for such work Is now slight.
Using Improper English
Warning  Signs  Placed   Near ^ Schools \
. Are Very Utigramrnatical
Any. place-Js a bad place- for improper English, but there could scarcely be j
But Repoit oi Geologist Is Not Unduly
The" BearJmore gold field, wliich
was tho object of considerable interest
when discovered recently in lho
vicinity of Fort William.Js tho f-ubjo��|Canvass On In Edmonton To Brliuj Iri
Funds For Publicity
a worse place than in the vicinity ot i
the schools.      Yet wo find  adjacent,
jof a report made by  tho. prnviticla
_ (geologist,    to   Hon. Charles Mcl-'reo,
minister of mines, nuder whose ln-
S&tructfons    an    examination    of   the
Titled Stenographer* In London
Titled typists have"* appeared recently in the ranks of London's business
affairs, and, all reports say, have made
good. The latest to take up a- -commercial career is-. Lady 'Constance
Howard, who,not long ago entered the
service of a well-knovrn firm aa stenographer end secretary to the manager.
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' Kipling's Digestion Good
The kiwi is thc wingless, long-billed
New Zealand hird which is supposed
to he a diminutive cousin of the extinct moa. Its flesh resembles a combination of strings, cement, and oil.
reported, has ordered .the-, holding of to maity schools all over the country,
elimination   contests   at the Haumur' road   signs   that arc shockingly tin
district was made.
While the report does not wax ui.-
jduly enthusiastic over the new area as
cavalry school among iho seven best \grammatical, says Editor Denbolm. of:a gold Imposition, !t considers It uis-
ofllcers, the first three to be sent toi tho   Blenheim,   Out.   News- Tribune, \ "HC��r Vfonhy of ^ther prospectins
Toronto, afterwards going to tin; New | who is considerable of a globe-trottei.
;and development. ���  Certain townships
, in which discoveries were made ilur-
the summer were the scenes of
that the Belgian Government will algo points out,- to see neatly painted warn- t, s , __       ,. ,,
... ��� , .    .    .,    i.       .       tic. . , ,   ���    ���. ���     tt-i.ii  igold   rushes,   Sn which considerable
send three officers-and mounts to the, Ing signs "School���Go Slow,       vlmi..^
Toronto and New York shows.
outdoors this impropriety stares the!���**ers took part. '
I students in the face as they go to r&id I    The geologist's report finds that the
gold of the area Is generally of a low
and   unprofitable to mine because of the absence of .sulphide in the
Plan Forest Reserve   ^ ifrom school, indoors they are taught
Willi a view to establishing a Do-j that the expression is wrong, and to[sra
miDlon forest leservc comprising sev- ibe correct they must say, "Go Slowly."
cmI thousand acres in the clay belt j The urn of correct English in public | ��uartz-    ^cations of golo however
Hudyard KipHQg, in conversation with I at Mile 142, Hudson's Bay Railway, j places  should  be absolutely adhered 'were found ln tbe <>utcr��PPings and
U. S. Settlers- ,  -
Armed with "prospect cards," busi--
ness lists, and a host  of convincing
arguments, 30 Edmonton business- iupji
; started on a .final canvass for funds
to carry on the big publicity drJvo
which the local board ot" trade has
planned to Lring ^ sotllen from th��._
United States to Central Alberta. The
objective s-vt _i3 ��10,000 and, this procured, the"figure of 534,000, representing the total of signed subscriptions
now" on hand, will have boon brought
j to the point whero financing In connection with the publicity ��� campaign
can properly be taken care of.
K"ew Zealander, recently confessed ! hiirvey work is being carried out.     It'to, and in the matter of placing signs i sele^tedA QUaria samPles ran ��? hlgti
that lie had eaten, or had helped to eat, jis reported the proposal will include
a' kiwi when lie visited that overseas |.nof only, conserrailon of what timber
dominion "down under." The fact, stands in lhe reserve, but also a eyg-
that Mr. KiplLog survived the meal fs
a ttibute to his digestive powers.
w. ti. ti. issr
Who was it wlio recently said that
the cost of living was like an evening' gown.    It looks as if it was goibisg.
i lo com*; dovfs, but it deesa'4.
eucIi as jack pine, cedar and hemlock.
s - -
or correcting them, If brevity Is desirable, the Blenheim paper recommends
"School Zone," or another often used
as $38.50 per ton.
tern of reforestation through esperi-jiii Great Britain, "School-
meatfttlon    la   growing new timbe*f.
Telephone service at Joaesboro,
Xnd., was pot out of service recently
when bathing girls used the telephone
A man makes more good resolutions
when h&s broke th&o   at   anj;   other wires as Hues for thflr wet bathing
I* Still Physical MarveS     '
Anthony   McKinley,    aged    S",    qL-
Castle Street, Ballycastle, claims  tn
be the best weight-lifter in the world
Jat his age.     Before   an   astonished
 ' '  ! crowd   he   raised a 20-potmd weight
"My dear Mrs. Croecus, may I putU12 {isnes wiUl hia ief* ^hand _ in S
your name down for tickets to -Prof.' niinutes, and 370 times with the
Pundit's course of lectures on Budd- j rJ��ht hand iu 2 minutes and U scc-
ism?" Sfiid tiie club chairman. 0E<Jf
"Bj- all means!
passionately 'ond I
You know how
am of flowers'"
He walis 20 mile severy day, and
can even stand on hi$ ht'ad.    He was
replied the other womsa. very much I formerly   the   worlds   weight-Wifnft
complimented. "     , ] champion. s itf;.W,'��a_N1:J_3 Sj3SU__ fcArtfiS&-*a%KtJ*Si vi*
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An Election Prediction
(Vancouver Sun)
Liberal prospects in the four
constituencies iu central southern
British Columbia are away above
par according to special reports received by J. G. Turgeon, Liberal
organizer, over the' week-end.
Both East Kootenay and West
Kootenay will stay as they were
by large majorities, the reports indicate. Hon. J. H. King's reelection in East Kootenay has
never been in doubt and L. W.
Humphrey, Independent progressive endorsed by the Liberals will
have uo trouble in disposing of the
oppositiou of the new Conservative
candidate, W. K. Esling, of Rossland.
In Yale, where Grote Stirling of
Kelowna won his way into tho
Federal Houso last November in a
by-election, the situation is radically changed since the nomination
of Col. C. E. Edgett on the Liberal
��� Mr. Stirling, the report states, is
finding that there is truth in the
old saying that "chickens come
home to roost" and some of the
Conservative arguments that had
much to do with his election a year
ago are coming back like boomerangs.
Arguments used against the
Australian trade treaty last year
have been found by the Okanagan
fruit growers to have been very
wide of their actual experience
Bince the treaty came into effect.
Similarly they have found that
Conservative prediction last year
that the Canadian National branch
line would not be built into
Kelowna has been confounded by
the fact that the line has been
built and is now operating.
Tom McBride, the Progressive
who supported Mackenzie King
throughout his term for Cariboo,
and who seeks re-election with the
endorsation of the Liberals_of that
constituency, is as good as elected,
tha report from Kamloops declares.
�� '.fMcBride is a absolutely certain
ceived fro&.-aq'-i.odepen^en^.VSotfrce'
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la^eir prepared ��� to.-���flay. vliis-! ^all>.
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;i"rt^':!feptE gnlhials' :disappearediiht<K
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una 1 here
In t._^ last fiscal year 3,843 homestead e:;tiii?s were granted in thqj
Prairie Provisos,* 'aggregating an*
api-'i'iixiti't'.te area of 614.S80 acres,
while,'in addition, 710 soldier grants
01* li;!,('ii;o acres;' make up a grand
total of 728,480 acres so settled.
In 191fj Canada exported no wheat
l:> C!.ir.u. In 191S she sent only eight
bushels to Japan. In 1924 China
imported over 5,000,000 bushels of
Canadian wheat and over 1,500,000
barrels of flour, while Japan took
7,000,000 bushels of* wheat and 110,-
000 barrels of flour. It- is predicted
these figures will bo well beaten for
Lhe current year.
The Grand Challenge Cup, emblematic oi' the First Aid Championship
of the entire system of the Canadian
Pacific Kail way, will be competed fof
at the Place0Viger Hotel, Montreal,
November 15. The champions in a
knock-out competition among Eastern and Western teams respectively,
will fight it out for the trophy.
Plans are already being laid to
make the 1925 Eastern International
Dogslod Derby an even greater success than in any previous year, and
it is reported that the prize money
wiil be considerably increased next
winter, with the object of attracting
more teams and mushers from the
West arid the United States.
Fire Prevention Week, October
4-10, was observed throughout the
Dominion, and to mark the sense of
the importance of the occasion Mr.
Grant Hall, vice-president of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, broadcast
an appeal by wire to every officer
and employee of the system "to cooperate as in the past and set a good
example by thoroughly cleaning up
tall premises."
Canada's great outlook, says a recent issue of the London Outlook, is
.that.she wants more people, but of.
"���the/right::type, namely,;'steady agri-���'.
������ cultural -'-.-workers withy", ent'erprise,;.
;vini��ia#^^ Enthusias-.
/tie; tetters/front emigrants tinder': the
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