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No. 14
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s We Carry a Large Line of
.    - including
McCLary's Enamel, Galvanized and Tinware
McCLary's Heaters
inspect our Stock
Specials for Thanksgiving
Bananas ( 2 lbs 35c
Delicious Apples  v per lb 10c
Grapes , .'.per lb 25c
Cranberries    per lb 35c
���New Figs per lb 25c
Sweet Potatoes  ���. .-- per lb 10c
Head  Lettuce ' ". ". per lb 20c
For quality and value order from
Phone 46
Fine Millinery
Felts and Velvets
This Sale will last Two Weeks Only
With every $10 purchase
 of  '���*     '
Men's Apparell
Wo will give
I pair of good Working Pants
Mrs Ellen Trounson's Store
Real Estate & Insurance
Fire, Accident & Sickness..Life.
Automobile. Bonds,, Burglary. &c
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office of
Ei r
Fresh Fish
Every Thursday Afternoon
Place Standing Orders with us and
be sure of supply
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Phone 17
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, for the Boundary District
��� We have moved into our New
Quarters between the Drug Store
and the Burns Building, and are
ready to give the Public the same
Service as in our old store.
We want to thank the People of
Greenwood and District for their
past support and we can assure
you that cur high standard of
workmanship will always be maintained and you can always rely on
our Repairs giving you the greatest
of Satisfaction.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
v, ..       ..F.. J, WHITE,
_ Mgr.
A hundred smile show on a
non stop ride!
Steam Heated Throughout
Hot arid Cold Water
Official Hotel for A. A. A. and A. C. of B. C.
Tel. 2.
Box 391
Home killed
Beef, Pork, Veal ahd Lamb
Home Fed Hams and Bacon
Pork Sausage Head Cheese
Mailorders Promptly Attended To
' She's the original
heartbreaker with an
express  disposition!
Dorothy Macka'ill       Jack Mulhall
Charles Murray
Of Local Interest
Jas. Skilton in on a business trip to
the Coast.
Jack Holmes has returned to town
from- Beaverdell.
Miss Vera Kempston spent the weekend at her home in Bridesville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan returned
on Friday from a few days visit to
' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hatton, and M. C.
Jewell of Rock Creek, were visitors
to town this afternoon.
��� . Dr.'W. D. Smith, dentist, of Grand
Porks, will be in his office at the District
Hospital on Sunday, Nov. 6th.
, A. Franchie, M.E., ahd H Dennis, of
Spokane, Wash., were in town on Saturday en route to Beaverdell.
Miss Laura E.' Lane, of Norwegian
Creek School, spent the week-end in
town the guest of Mrs, Walter Clark;
-. Miss Winifred Lowe, R.N., of Oyama,
arrived in town on Monday and has
taken ' a position in the District
Mrs. V. Francis returned to her home
in Vancouver on Tuesday morning, after a pleasant visit with her son and
daughter.-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Francis.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Nichols and son,
of Ferry, Wash., have taken up residence on Kimberley avenue, Mr.
Nichols being employed at the D. A.
mine. r
Dr. Darwin, Superintendent of Missions for the United Church of British
Columbia, will preach on Sunday evening, Nov. 13th, in the Greenwood
United Church. Don't fail to hear
Jim Graham left this afternoon for
his home in Spokane. Jim returned a
few days ago from Lightning Peak
where he worked .all summer. He reports considerable, activity in that
mining camp.
According to a proclamation of the
Dominion Government a Thanksgiving
Service will be held in the United
Church, Greenwood, on Sunday, Nov.
6th'at 7:30 p.m.,,.when, special-music
appropriate to - the occasion will be
Elkhorn Operating
The mining situation is looking
brighteivin Greenwood than It has for
some time. The latest mine to be
opened up is the Elkhorn mine by
Harry Howson and associates. Preliminary work has started. The property is owned by G. White and* is'one of
the oldest mines in the district.
Work is going on steadily at the
D. A. Group with very encouraging
results. A force of men are taking out
ore daily.
Thc compressor has started to turn
over at the Vendella mine and a good
start has been'made on the long tunnel which is being driven to tap the
lead. This property is being worked
by Seattle men.
Smoker to H. D. Hamilton
The Rock Creek Farmers .Institute
farewell smoker to Mr. H. Douglas
Hamilton was held at the residence of
Major R. Gray at Kettle Valley on
Saturday evening last, Oct. 29th.
ff very enjoyable time was spent by
all present. Capt. D. N. Hill very ably
accompanied the many songs at the
piano. The comic element was ably
represented by W. Hatton, R. E. Norris,
A. E. Bonnett, T. N. Walker, G. Pitman,
S. Cross and others, while sentimental
and classical songs were rendered by
G. B. M. Gane, Major Gray, Capt. Hill,
and A. E. Bonnett. Mr. Cross ably entertained the company with a series of
step dances to music furnished by W.
Hatton. One of the most enjoyable
features of Jhe evening consisted of
tho acrobatic stunts performed ��� by R.
E. Norris assisted by others.
In a few well chosen words Major
Gray made a presentation of a case of
pipes from the Institute members to
Mr Hamilton whp suitably responded,
thanking the members for the many
kindnesses in the past.
The merry party concluded with the
singing of Auld Lang Syne followed by
God Save the King.
The Coming Masquerade
Monday, November 7th
The local War Veterans have completed their preparations for ,. their
Annual Masquerade Dance on Monday,
Nov. 7th, and if one can judge by
appearances this dance promises to be
as popular as their previous dances.
This is the ninth Masquerade Dance
held by the Vets and although there
are not many left the few that remain
are_sparing no effort to make, the
dance bigger and better than ever.
Particular attention has been paid
to   the .selection   of   suitable   prizes
which are on display at the Greenwood-
It is rumored that the Dance committee are endeavoring to arrange one
or two novelty features, which it is
hoped will materalize and prove a
success. '
The music will be supplied by Bush's
Orchestra and it is expected the usual
orchestra. will be augmented. by a
saxaphone for this occasion. Nuf sed
about the music.
The Ladies Auxiliary have kindly
consented to handle the supper which
is in itself a sufficient guarantee as
their experience ancl ability in this
respect are well known throughout the
Efforts are being made to have the
hall suitably decorated in keeping with
the spirit of the dance.
As this is a district dance ��� and not
purely local it is expected to, have a
large crowd in from the outlying
country, the weather and roads being
in ideal condition.
Beaverdell Briefs
Sam Mulhern was a week-end visitor
to Greenwood. - '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Drum were visitors
to Greenwood last Sunday.
J. D. Smith, relieving Manager of
the Canadian Bank of Commerce, returned to Vancouver leaving Here by
motor, this ���'afternoon, accompanied by
Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Smith made
a number bf friends during their short
stay here who were sorry to see them
H. T. Newmarch, Manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce, returned
on Wednesday from a three months
vacation at the coast. Mrs. Newmarch
and children. .Oliver and _C_icley,_wM
"have been away since the end of June
returned with Mr. Newmarch. All their
friends were glad to see them back here
Mrs. A. Francis .was taken by surprise at her home on Monday evening,
when about 20 of her friends payed an
informal visit.' A very enjoyable evening was spent in dancing and singing
of popular songs. Dainty refreshments
were served at midnight and the merrymakers dispersed for their" homes at
1 a.m.
C. AH. Shaw, of Keremeos, was in
town the first-of-the-week in connection
with survey work on the Elkhorn
Mine. This is Mr. Shaw's first
visit to Greenwood in two years and his
many friends were pleased to see him
enjoying such good health. He was
motored over from the Similkameen
by his son-in-law Ross Fleming and
while here they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith.
McMYNN'S STORE, Midway, B.C.
When buying  Antl-Freeze
Maple Leaf is Best
Protect your radiator against cold weather. Harmless and inexpensive.
�����* -_
Ask us about it
We have a fresh stock of ���. ���
HUDSON'S BAY BLANKETS. AU Colors and Weights
i   Large Galvanized' Tubs at a Special Price of $1.50
Also Grapes, Bananas, Cranberries
Commencing at 8:15 pan.
Adults 50c.      Children 25c
Coming! Coming!
.Saturday, November 12th
Rudolph Valentino   in
v "The   Eagle"
A large number of Greenwood citizens attended the Concert and Dance
at the Riverside Hall, Rock Creek on
Friday evening last. The program was
very much enjoyed and a credit to the
town. It can be safely said that it
was the best Concert given in that
town in many a day.
Guests at the Pacific Hotel during
the week: H. H. Johnston, Rossland;
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hiddle, Castle
Rock, Wash.; R. L. Clothier, J. D. Morrison, John Holmes, Sam Mulhern,
P. F. Henderson, Beaverdell; Mrs.' J.
Richter, Midway; A. Franchie, H. Dennis, Spokane; A. B. Fen wick, Bull
River; P. Wyle, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Smith, Vancouver; Frank R. Johnson,
Carmi; Mrs. P. Bubar, Denver, Col.
Edward Nordman has returned to
cam'p after a visit to his home in Nelson. . -
Mr. and Mrs. Alec J. Purkis have returned to camp after a few days visit
to-Greenw.ood.-.' .    l   _���      ��� -
R. L. Clothier left on Saturday for
his home in Victoria, having closed the
Beaver'claim for the time being.
��� Duncan Mcintosh and A. J. Morrison left on Tuesday by motor for
Vancouver, travelling via Portland
and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gillespie have left
for their home in Vancouver ��� after
being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.-
Nordman at the Sally mine.   '        '
Mrs. W. Mclntominey and her two
daughters, Jessie and Willa, have returned���to^their-=home���in���Vancouver
after spending the summer in v camp
with Mr. Mclntominey.
E. W. Johnson of Spokane, .has taken
over the property formerly owned by
George Bongalis and is putting up a
small camp at Cranberry Creek. He
expects to spend several months
developing the claim.
News From Victoria
The Premier accompanied by Mrs.
MacLean left on Wednesday, Oct. 26th
for Ontario. The former is to attend
the Interprovincial Conference in
Ottawa. The latter to visit her old
home. It is nine years since Mrs.
MacLean went east and now to return
as a leading lady of the Western province is an honour of which any
woman might well be proud.
Badminton-Basketball Club
The youths of the town are to be
commended for the sane way they celebrated Halloween this year. No damage was reported, the only sign of the
yearly event was the soaping of a few
windows, which in most cases were
in need of a wash anyway. A large
number of the younger generation were
treated to a party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Skilton on that night and
kept thefti off the street. The youngsters report having a very good time
with Halloween games.
Miss Ruth Axam, teacher of Division
II, entertained the pupils of her room
and Divisin I and III at a Halloween
Party at the school on Friday evening
last. The parents of the pupils were
also invited. Included bn the program
was a health play by Miss.'Axam's pupils, which ' was cleverly-acted" and
much enjoyed. 'Those present also
took part in fortune telling, and games.
Refreshments were served before the
assembly departed for their homes at
six o'clock, high in their praises for the
good time provided by Miss Axam.
��� Thc days named for the use of the
hall for the following games follows:
Monday evening.
Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday evening.
Saturday afternoon.
Tuesday evening.
Wednesday evening.
Thursday afternoon. ���
Friday evening.
Catholic Altar Society Bazaar
The Bazaar held on Saturday under -
the   auspices   of   the   Catholic   Altar
Society   and   in   aid   of   the   Sacred
Heart Church of -Greenwood was an
unqualified success.
The weather was ideal and the roads.
being good many people easily, and ���
pleasantly' journeyed to the city for
the occasion. The citizens, also, of all
denominations, attended in great numbers and the generous purchasing
spirit manifested by all was remarkable as well as delightful. ���
The sum of $295.00  was realized��� '
an amount far exceeding the fondest
hopes of the most optimistic.   Very
little, expense was incurred so that the
net profits will be close to $285.00.
On the raffle of the gold-filled
gentleman's watch, donated by Mrs. T.
Walsh, $61.00 was collected, the,winner
being Mr. A. Horovatin,' of Boundary
A ' bedspread,    the   gift . of   Miss
Elizabeth   McDonald,   accounted   for
$35.50,   being   won   by   Mrs.   D.   J.
McDonald, and later, in behalf of the.
cause, sold" at'auction-to "Mrs. John;;
Anderson for $6.50.     v        . -
The fish pond for a time furnished
popular recreation to the youthful
disciples of Isaac Walton and later,
when the waters were depleted of fish
life, a general exodus took place toward the home-cooking, candy, fancy
goods and tea tables, each of which
received its full share of patronage.     !
Everything  was  sold  early in-the
evening and had the supply of goods '
on   hand   been   twice   as   great   we
verily believe little if anything would
have remained over.
To all who in anyway, directly or
indirectly^   contributed   towards the^
"success bf the Bazaar, Father Mclntyre,
the ladies of the Altar Society and all
members of the congregation offer
their deepest appreciation, sincerest
thanks and look forward with keen
desire for an opportunity to reciprocate.'
Father Mclntyre especially wishes to
thank his former parishoners of the
Golden-Arrow Lakes-Slocan district
and friends of Nelson and' several
other outside points for the many
articles received from them, the attractiveness and .utility of which, to .a
very great extent, explained the
popularity of the fancy goods department. The ready sale of these
beautiful and practical articles," in no-
small measure, contributed to the
financial success of the whole venture
and he wishes them to know that he
is deeply appreciative of their kindly
attitude toward him personally and
his work in general.
The following is a more or less
accurate statement of the receipts' in
detail: Cash donations $15.00; raffle
of bedspread $42.00; raffle of watch.
$61.00; fishpond $5.00; fancy goods
$90.00; candy $13.00; home cooking
$39.00; tea tables $30.00.   Total $295.00.
A public auction of Crown Granted
Mineral Claims in the Kettle River
Assessment District, for delinguent
taxes, will be held at the Provincial
Government Office, Penticton on Tuesday, Nov.' 8th, 1927 at 2 p.m. The advertised list appears on page four of
this issue. 6
Death of Pauline Putzel
After .this issue was partly printed
we were informed of the death in
Thompson, Nevada, on October 24th,
of' Pauline .-** Putzel, eight year old
daughter of L.,J. Putzel, formerly of
Greenwood, B.C. The young girl was
burned to death when the cottage -in
which she was sleeping was destroyed
by fire.
War Veterans Masquerade Dance
Thanksgiving Day���Armistice Day
Doors open at 8 p.m. Dancing at 9 p.m.
Bush's Special 5-Piece Orchestra
Admission:   Gents $1.00; Ladies 50c; Children 50c; Supper 35c
Only those masked allowed on the floor until after the-Grand March TiCE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
Its fine qualities preserved in the
modern Aluminum package.
RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.
Tlie Misuse Of Gasoline
Tho number or tragedies reported in Western newspapers this fall as
resulting from the. eareles.s use of gasoliue and coal oil is simply appalling.
Loss of life, terrible injuries to others, and destruction of valuable property
iti thc toll whicli has beeu taken, and hardly a week passes thai the lotal does
not mount, slill higher.
,v Tlie Fire Commissioner for Saskatchewan iu a recent radio address slated
that, on the average, twenty-five lives arc lost annually from this cause
alone. II ls probable thai lhe loss is just as great ir. the other western
In one small district in Saskatchewan' three such disasters occurred
within a, few days of each other, resulting iu four persons receiving severe
burns, the complete destruction of one home, and damage to another. In
anotlicr district two boys were burned, and in a third district a young lad
was so severely burned that ho died. All these accidents occurred at practically   the same time.
Although gasoline may be sold in red tins or containers plainly marked
as lo their contents, the fact, is that tho gasoline is all too frequently "emptied
into other receptacles which are not marked, nor properly sealed. It is
frequently mistaken for coal oil. and even for water.
Furthermore, many people ftfrget, and an even larger number of children
do not know, that lhe greatest danger from these liquids arise trom their
vapors. II is thc vapor from gasolne mixing with the air which becomes a
highly explosive article, and the lighting of a match, or an electric spark,
means a fearful explosion. Even a. can wliich has contained gasoline, but is
emptied, may still retain a quantity of this vapor, and bringing such a vesrel
near a lighted lamp, a stove, or a. lighted match may mean an explosion.
Gasoline and coal oil should'not be used to light Arcs. To so use it is to
invite disaster. Gasoline is now largely used in cleaning clothes, but everybody so using It should exercise the greatest care that there la no. flame or
fire of any kind near at hand. In fact, gasoline for cleansing purposes should
only bo uscd outdoors and away from all fire. If tho weather i.s such that outdoors work is impossible, then do the work in a room in which there is no
fire and which is lighted by natural'daylight or an incandescent electric light.
Never have a lighted lamp near. Clothes cleansed in any way with gasoline
should be hung outdoors in tho open air to dry and be left, thero until thc
last vestige of the gasoline fumes has disappeared.
When one stops to realize that it is the vapor from gasoline mixed wiih
air and exploded by a tiny electric spark in our motor car engines that drives
these cars along our streets and highways at high rates of speed thoy will
gain some idea of the terrible power of this vapor and realize how great care
should be taken in its use.
Possibilities Of the North
Stores In Canada
Resumes Career As Sailor
Prince George Takes Post On Dritisl)
Flagship Nelson
Our sea dogs of the Uritish Navy
stroked their whiskers iu glee when
Prince George resumed his active
career as a sailor, for there has been
reports that he might forsake the navy
for the army.
The Prince, who ranks tin ;i lieutenant, is now attached as French interpreter to the staff of Sir Hubert
Brand, commander in chief of the Al-
h.nllc���a job which will pay him one
shilling audi six ponce, ot about' ;?6
cents aday, in addition lo his regular
pay as an officer.
Prince George will bo stationed
aboard H.M.S. Nelson, Britain's newest flagship which became the fleet
flagship on the anniversary of Nelson's historic victory over the Franco-
Spanish fleet off Capo Trafalgar 122
years ago.
Just before starting for Forts-month,
tho'l'rinco witnessed a spectacular
film fire which recalled his own experience in China on New Year's Kve,
1926, when lie was attached t'o II.I.I.S.
Hawkins, and with other members or
the crew fought a Hong Ivoug fire,
aiding guests tn escape.
Touchy Corns Relieved
By Marvel Liquid
Instantly the ache stops���the pain
goes away,���that is the immediate
effect of I'utnam'a Corn .Extractor.
Paint the corn or callous with "Putnam's", and the corn will shrivel up.
After a few applications of "Putnam's" tho corn will. drop out. No
pain, or disappointment.. Putnam's
does the work���a sure pop corn remover. Get a bottle from any druggist.   Refuse t. substitute.
Keeps Tab On Geese
Jack Miner Receives Ma'��y Tags From
Birds Shot Up North
Itogularly each year Jack Miner
placon metal tags on Ihe legs of geese
which sojourn in tho Miner Bird
Sanctuary on their migrations north
and south. It is'interesting to note
how regular these birds are in- their
habit of returning year after year to
the same place to rest. Jack Miner
recently received'2S Tags from Georgo
Cotter, of Fort George, Que., on James
Bay. These lags were collected . by
Eskimos and wore in number antl date
as follows: I!, 1922; 3, IDfcS; 1, 1924;
1, 1925: 15, 1926; and 5, 1027 (spring).
Says Hudson Bay Railway Will Open
Up a Great Area
��� "In five to' ton years the Hudson's
Bay Railway will be amply justified iu
new towns established, power plants
erected, the country utilized and the
possibilities of Northern Canada developed," said .Tames A. Green, retired
iron magnate of Cincinnati, who was a
visitor to Winnipeg recently.    ���
It was the beginning of a new era,
said thc American visitor, which
would revolutionize the whole life of
thc "Dominion. The railway would
open up a great area, of tremendous
walcrpower and., enormous lakes with
_almost. unli mited_supply_of_fish_oCJhp_
finest quality.
It was as good a grass country as
' Texas, Mr. Green said, and there were
thousands of square miles fit for cattle. He pointed to the future possibility of domesticating the caribou, as
.had already becn done in Alaska, and
so provide a meat supply "world with-
���out end."
Many children die from tho assaults
���of worms, and the first care of mothers
.should be to see lhat their Infants are
free from these posts. A vermifuge
that, can bc depended on is Miller's
Worm Powders. They will not only
���expel worms from the system, but act
:ns a health-giving medicine and a
remedy for many of thc ailments thai
"beset infants, enfeebling them and
endangering..thclr lives.
Over Billion and a Half OT Capital Is
There are 68,814 stores or shops in
Canada in which merchandise is sold.
The total capital investment of these
establishments is $1,580,123,723, according lo a recent compilation made
by the Canadian Government Bureau
of Statistics. Tho amount invested
in retail stores is ��91-1,990,330; in
wholesale, $470,559,54-1; iu slores doing both a retail and wholesale business, ?1SS,573,S49.
. The total purchases of the stores
were $2,321,078,297 in a single year,
divided: Retail,-? 1,225,016,302; whole-
_sa!c,_?SL2, 1S9.031: wholesale and re-
tail, 52S3.922.904. Thc sales totalled:
?3,030,663,1S5, divided: retail, $1,642,-
103,468; wholesale, ? 1,021,920,931;
wholesale' and retail, $306,638,780.
Injured Woman Travels By 'Plane
Advised by her doctor to get to Loudon as -quickly as possible, a woman
who had boon injured at. tho winter
sports In Switzerland, reached Paris
by train, (hence (lew to London on an
improvised cot ou an airplane. She
made her will before starting.
Free suggestion to amateur deer
hunters: If it doesn't "wear a vest, a
necktie, a mustache or a" hat, and
doesn't smoke a pipe, it is probably a
Why Not Steel Houses
Offer Same Advantage Of Economy
As Ocean Liners
If a Pullman car or an ocean liner
can be constructed of steel, why not
a house?
Sleel cars and ships arc waterproof-
fireproof and comparatively free from
depreciation. Costing more at the outset, they represent a saving in tho
end. Stool houses offer the same advantage of economy and safety.
'i'he American institute of Steel
Construction which represents ninety
per cent of llir�� steel manufacturers ln
this country, has becn hoping that
some one would invent a steel house
thai was commercially practical.
Errors About This Trouble Into
Which People Fall
Many people so far misunderstand
the digcsiive system as to treat, it
like a machine; neg'ecting it tin I i I it
works sluggishly, then irritating if
into work again by lho u.'-o of purgatives. The stomach needs help at all
times, but a study of the process of
digestion will sliow that purgatives,
as commonly taken, are seldom necessary and often harmful.
To safeguard your digestion the
diet must be controlled. Over-pating
similato enough food to' supply tne
needs of the blood, licinonibor, the
blood has lo carry nourishment to all
parts of the body and lind fuel for its
energy. Hence wheu the blood becomes weak and fails fo do its work,
indigestion arises. Therefore the sure
remedy for indigestion is to build up
the blood. If you suffer from any form
of Indigestion choose your <!_let carefully and take wholesome nourishment, Above all, start building up your
blood by taking a courao of Dr.' Williams' I'ink Pills. Then under the
influence of the new blood "'supply,
your digestive system will respond
naturally, your appetite Improve ancl
your food will do you good, So begin
to' improve your, digestion by starting
to take Dr. Williams' I'hilr Pills now.
You can get these pills from your
druggist or by mail at 50 cents a box
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
Luxury In Air Travel
New    Pullman   Airships-   Will   Carry
Passengers In Comfort
A journey from Groat .Britain to
Australia In'nine days by a luxury
Pullman airship will be possible in
three years' time, according to the
Imperial _ Airship Mission. These
super-airships, two of which are at
present under construction hi England, will bo able to carry-100 passengers in iilruosl comfort.
On board each traveller will have
his own cabins and there will be comfortable dining saloons, lounges, and
shower baths at his disposal. Even
a dance lloor will be contained within tho air liner, which will be 730 feet
long and able to carry 150 tons. Three
stops only would be mado eu route
for the purpose of ro-fueling���in
Egypt, JnoMa and 'Ceylon. *
During tho past three years some
of the best scientific minds in Great
Britain had been inquiring inlo problems of airship construction, and tlio
two airships that wero now being
built for tho British Government were
designed ou purely scientific principles.  - ��� ^.
They would successfully meet all
conditions of varying weather and
temperature tliey -would havo to undergo. Difficulties of housing and
mooring airships had also been overcome. Major Scott, a very brilliant
Air Force officer, had devised a mooring tower entirely'suitable for its' purposes. Thc services of only ten .men'
wero now needed in mooring an airship, and. the airship could le moored
in almost any weather.
Captain Geoffrey Hughes said that,
although it was hoped that thc first
of tlie airships would reach Australia
from .England within three years, it
would bo probably seven years} before
tho air service as definitely established.
Minerals In Dead Sea
British Syndicate Secures Concession
��� To Work Ancient Body Of Water
For Mineral Contents
A concession for reclaiming, the vast
mineral - resources of th eDead Sea,
The London Sunday Times learns, has
been awarded a British syndicate,
and the American and continental tenders have been definitely rejected.-
Tho syndicate whicli lias'secured
the concession will bo a subsidary
company of tho Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., a great chemical combine with a capital of $350,000,000, including the Bruuncr and Mond interests.
Expert examination, according to
Tho Times, has shown that tho Dead
Sea is a practically inexhaustible
source of potash and that its exploitation will probably-be the making of
Might Solve Problem
Empire Manager Agency Proposed In
.Old Country
The London Daily Chronicle, editorially, under tho caption, "Matrimonial
Agencies," says "as everyone knows,
there are moro women than men in
this country, and in some of the Dominions there are more men than women. Here is a , surplus of women,
many of whom, it is whispered, want
husbands,.whilst men in the Dominions are eating their hearts out for
lack of wives. .  , ~
Sir Georgo MacMunn, formerly
Quartermaster-General in India, suggests a remedy. Why not an Empiro
matrimonial agency, conducted strictly on-official lines, by tho Council of
Empire Settlement, with photographs
and testimonials, previous experience
not required. It seems an almost feasible plan."
An Oil For All Men.���The sailor, the
soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman, the out-door' laborer and all who
are exposed to injury and the elements
will find, in Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
a truo and faithful friend. To ease
pain, relieve colds, dress wounds, subdue lumbago and overcome rheumatism, it is excellent. Therefore, it
should have a place in all home medicines and be" amongst those taken oa
a journey.
Fun Came High
Canada's Furniture Industry
B.C. Is Third and Manitoba Fourtsi In
Number Of Factories
The Dominion Bureau of Statistics
in their recent report on the furnl'
lure indusuy in Canada for 1924 and
1'925 ��� supply tho following figures
which cover the. greater--part of the
furniture mado in Canada. There aro
some woodworking factories, however,
tliat do cabinet work &u a sideline
which are included under other
classes of manufacture. Out of a total
of 330 establishments, 20S wore situated in Ontario, 65 in Quebec, 25 in British Columbia, 17 in Manitoba, and tho
remainder scattered among the other
five provinces.
flavor of fresh, ripe fruits.
It  is   beneficial   too,
cleansing mouth and teeth,
soothing the throat
and helping
Nellie L. McClung
Popular Western Author
$1.00 EACH
Books   for  everybody  ���-   Father,
Mother,  Son and Daughter   , ,
Procure  from  your  bookseller or
THOMAS ALLEN, Publisher,
256 King Street, W. Toronto
Chas.   A..' Levino   Spends a   Lot Qf
Corns cripple tho feet and make
walking a torture, yet sure relief ln
the shape of Holloway's Corn Remover is within reach of all.
Laud Waiting For the Plough
Millions   Of   Acres   Of   Unoccupied
.Lands In Western Canada
Canadian agriculture rests upon an
unusually generous endowment of cul-
tivatable lands.   Of   the   300,000,000
acres believed to bc suitable for farming, only 60,000,000 acres are under
cultivation.    The    240,000,000^  acres
awaiting the plough are  capable, of
sustaining many added,  millions - of
population. Despite thc rapid advance
i ol' settlement in recent years there
j are at present in Western Canada 25,-
I 000.000 acres of unoccupied lands situated within 15 miles of the railways
and available for purchase at prices
ranging usually from ?15 to J20 per
Has Had Long Rest
Built by James Watt,-in '1707, the
"Sun and lManut" engine is in working order again after forly-two years'
rest. Thc engine- is now in tho
science museum al South Kensington,
and was put iu motion recently for
the" first time since 18S5, when it was
dismantled and moved to thc museum.
Money On His Trip To Europe
Charles A.' Levino had $125,000
worth of fun during the past summer.
Estimating tlie expenses of his Right
to Europe in the Bellanca monoplane,
Columbia, and his subsequent air tour
of the continent, tlie first trails-Atlantic Air passenger said lie had spent
abo-ut $125,00.0.
"It was a lot of fun, no matter what
it cost," hc said,
The first bchool in the Netherlands
for civil aviation is .being financed
through the efforts of tlie Hottertlam
Aero Club whicli lias becn assured
that no competing school will bo permitted,      v '
Confidence is like a china plate; if
broken it may bo mended, but it invariably shows where the chick was.
' Mothers can easily know when their
children are troubled with worms, and
they lose no time in applying a reliar
Slow In Investigating Scheme
Alberta   Only   Province -To" Express'
Opinion On Rural Credits
In fhe absence of legislative action-
on tiie part of one or more of the
provinces, the. Dominion Government
has not .made any effort to organize
a rural-credits board" and| "in other
ways, prepare to put the legislation of
last session into operation.
The - statute 'provides that before
the rural credits hoard may function"*
in any province, that province musl
pass the Rural Credits Acr. Any
doubts which might e.xist as to tbe
right of the Dominion to control jJ_i-%
scheme hinges upon concurrent legislation.
���   So far the provinces have not had"
an opportunity to o*nti>r the scheme.
When the statute was   passed   prae.-.,
tically  all of  the  provincial legislature had prorogued until 192S.      :"
Only ono province, has indicated an
intention of coming'into the scheme,
and that ls Alberta. None of the others has expressed an opinion.
Officials of the Finance Department -
stated that nothing would be dono
until one of the provinces enacted the
necessary legislation and that the central board and thc rest of tho_.organifr
ation. would then be setup.
Timing Speed'Of Animals
. Sportsmen along thc Pacific coast
havo been using their stop watches
on flsh and wild beasts. A grizzly
bear, pursued through a narrow canyon by an automobile, ran 45 miles
an hour. The savage baracuda can
swim as fast as 70 miles an hour.'The
seal, usually considered very speedy
in the water, requires four minutes to
swim a mile.
Tho-visitor (to convict),: What are
yctti doing���sewing?
Hard Case: No, reaping.
The groom at a wedding is like tlio-
engine of an automobile; never seen
but very necessary to mako lhe tiling
go. .',  .
An Oil That Is Prized Everywhere.���
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil was put'upon the market without any flourish
over fifty years ago. It-was put up to"
meet the wants of'a small section, but
as soon as its merits became known
it had a whole continent for a.field,
and it is now. known and prized
throughout this continent. There, ia
nothing equal to it.
Just because a man says nothing
he isn't necessarily a sawer of wood.
If a. man makes cynical remarks
about women it's doughnuts to' fudge
that one of them has been using him
for a doormat.
Trade depression in Chile is ascribed largely to new- laws passed or
W.   N.   U.   1705
Minard's Liniment for Chilblains.
Build Up Your Health Witli
Dr. Pierce's "GMD"
A Tonic Which
Dr. Pierce
Liquid or Tablets.   All Dialers
If you are run-down,
you're an easy mark
���      for Colds and Grip.
"I doctor myself by tlie aid of medical books." "Yes, aud some day >ou'H
die of a misprint."
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
jColds      Headache      Neuritis Lumbago
Pain       Neuralgia.    Toothache     Rheumatism
���umwn^tor^wf: +m
"Did you put that notice up en account of that little dog?"
"Yes;'I was afraid    people   might
tread on it!"���Journal Amusaut, Paris.
Accept  only   "Bayer'"'  package
which contains proven directions!
Handy "Hirer" box-on of 12 <_-l.!._ta
Also bottles of 21 and 100���Dm "gist*.
Aspirin ls tho trad* mark (rt.glB.errd In Canada) of Barer Mantifncttw or MooMcetie-
acldester of Sallcylisacld (Acetyl Salicylic AcM, "A. 8. A."). While It ls well known
tbat Aaplrln means Bayer manufacture, to assist the pubUc against Imitation*, tbe Tablet*
tt Cayor Oompan/ yiVX be stamped with their se0"*1 **%it *��**, tht "Ewe Cws*,*
i^- - -e -fe*au*&WSTSJ*
Cuticura Loveliness
A Priceless Heritage
For generations mothers have been
using Cuticura Preparations for all
toilet purposes, and have been teaching their daughters that daily use of
them produces clear, smooth skin and
healthy hair. They find the Soap pure
and cleansing, the Ointment soothing and healing, should any Irritations arise, and the Talcum an ideal
toilet powder. ,    ���
Bsmpls Eacli Fr�� by IUII. Address Canadian
Depot: "6tsnhouio, til, Kontrtal " I'rJci;, Soap
SS&Ointincnt io ami 60c Talcum HGc
Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c.
Getting After
Motor Menace
Airmen's Horizon
Balmoral Castle Of
Interest To Tourists
incompetence and Lack Of Good Manners Should Be Dealt With
It is a grave commentary on human
nature that so great and beiioflcient
nn Invention as the motor car should
be so grossly abused by reckless ancl
selfish fools.   No measures however,
minute and  drastic  can   insure humanity against a certain percentage
ol fatal accidents in connection "with
any high powered mechanising��� the
railways which have spent millions of
dollars in pursuit of security know
that,���bul the .number of preventable
accidents due entirely to carelessness
and indifference lo tlie lives of others
Is growing' all the time.    The Good
Roads Association of   Canada   does
well to bring the situation before tlie
public mind in the   moat   emphatic
terms. Increasing severity in tho matter of penalties does not seem to have
altered the situation very- much," but
this is no reason for-relaxing ihcm,���
indeed they should be made more severe,' Penalties however, arc   at   best,
but.a way of locking the stable door
aftei\ the   horse    is    stolen,    and
what   is  needed   in  every   province
aro    regulations    whereby    no    ono
shall be licensed  to drive  a motor
'car until  he  has    presented    most
convincing   proofs     of     competence
and good.character. No person should
'bo permitted to rent, a car without
presenting a   license   showing   such
Qualifications, and anyone driving a
car without proper authority should
go to jail.'-As one delegate stated, any
maniac with $200 can in mo3t places
'go,to a corner lot, buy a used car, take
a half hour lesson from a mechanic
,-and secure ax driver's license.     The
number of casualties resulting lrom
tho antics of week-end roysferers who
have no licenses at all Is also a'condl-
tiou which should be checked by jeg-
(.iLtitms more'soverc than those'which
nl present exist.
It was further pointed our in (he
sessions of the Good Roads Association that the lack of good'manners,
the absence of any sense of the etiquette of the road in many drivers is
a potent cause of accidents. The dangers so Incurred are known to every
ono accustomed lo use motor cars in
the' larger cities. Sad to say, women
are often offemicis, either from for-
gelfulness or fronr thc "bargain counter habit," of,trying to'jostle others
out of tho way; but plenty of.mon arc
equally reckless. Pei haps It would bo
Covers Enormous Area and Is Im-
posing In Appearance
Balmoral Castle, summer residence
of ihe British royal family, is one ot
tlie chiet points of interest to tourists iu Aberdeenshire,-Scotland. The
castle Is situated in tho heart of thc
Grampian Highlands, on tlio River
Dee, about 50 miles from the point at
which It enters the North Sea. The
neighborhood is said to -have the
driest summer climate'in tho British
Isles, and It is probably for this reason;' as well as for thc beauty of thc
mountain scenery, that English royalty usually resort there at the cud of
the London season In the latter part
of July.
Balmoral was a-favorite'retreat of
Queen Victoria, tho castle itself having been constructed under the direction of her husband, Prince Albert of
Saxe-Coburg, about the middle of tho
last century. The royal pair are-'said
to have selected tills remote highland
spot becauso Osborne House, in which
they then spent their leisure, had become too easy to access.
While this modern seat of kings
Jacks tho romantic glamor of ancient
strougiiolds whose roots go back into
the history of the Middle Ages, it is,
nevertheless, imposing in appearance,
says the National,Geographic" Society,
its numerous wings and towers of
light colored stone cover an enormous
area, and the whole is surrounded by
a handsome park stretching along the
banka^of the Deo.
At the near-by village of Ba]later
are - barracks. for the King's bodyguard which accompanies him while
he is in residence.
The city of Aberdeen, besides being
seat of one of Scotland's most famous
universities, is the most important
seaport on the north shore and. tho
gateway for tourists bound for highland .-resorts. , . _ .. y". '
Tlio peasantry around Balmoral aro
a cheerful lot, hard working and intensely religious. The white-washed
interiors of thcir cottages, with open
hearlh and china-decked dresser
formed an appropriate background i'or
life among rugged hills, severe jel
hospitable. Royal visitors from the
castle have ollen'stopped In such simple surroundings wlion overtaken by
storm or fatigue on somc highland
journey. This freedom of existence
was even in Queen Victoria's day a
feature of life al Balmoral. It is one
of tlie charms which year alter year
Range   Of  Vision   Increa
Aviator Mou.-sts Upward
Now thai Hying aeioss thc big waters is becoming almost as common as
swimming lho channel a lot of us who
stay on tiie gruund ;uo wondering how
things look, anyv, uy, to ihc boy.-, who
bet their lives against gasoline motors, and how far away I'rom tho shore
they must be when thpy got, thoir iirst
glimpso of solid ground. And how far
can Ihey see, and how much ocvan do
thoy sec al any one time'.'
Wc know, of course, Ui.it as wc goi
higher up wo aro able to roe farther,
but how much/?
Fortunately the. whole .matior lias
been worked ,out for us for a long
time, and can be found in ilrst-class.
books of mathematical tables. Here
are some of the figures, beginning as
they ought, with tlio little ones."
Standing at sea level an ordinary
man, any one with his oyes about 5
feet 6 inches above tho water, should
soo the horizon at a distance ol close
to two and a half nautical "miles. If he
gets up somehow so that his eyes are
100 feot above sea level his vision
stretches out to 10.63 nautical miles.
At 1,000 foot above tho surface his
horizon is 33.6.'! nautical miles and 500
foot additional elevation ill give him
a rango of 41.19 of thc same sort of*
Fifteen hundred feet is no great
elevation for a 'plane, of course, so
we can look at the higher visibilities.
At 3,000 feet elevation the horizon ls
58.25 miles off; at,4,500 feet it has
backed away to 71.3-1 miles, while at
a height of 6,000 feet' Uie aviator
should look over a circular area of the
ocean having a diameter of 165.7G
nautical miles, the horizon being half
this distance away.
The nautical mile, which is a minute of longitude at tlio ectuator,"" is
6,000.87.toot instead   of   the   smaller
Of course you v/ant fresh,
fragrant tea. Then see that
it is put up in Aluminum.
Aluminum does not absorb
dampness, or cause loss of
flavor and pungency. Red
Rose Tea is packed in Aluminum and e\rery package
carries a "money-back"
guarantee of satisfaction. 0t
miles of
Times. ,
5,280 feet, which our speedV
measure.   ���   Kansas   City
chauffeurs, whoso livelihood depends
iji   on carefulness, should be compelled io
!_<{) join district organizations which could
exercise disciplinary poweis.
.    tier frond: "Why don't you ask j our
husband's advice on tho matter?"
Herself: "I intend to do, as soon as
|ii> '1 decide what I'm going to do."    ' .
Mother of Eleven Children
Praises Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Her Interesting Experience
Buckingham, Quebec.-"I am the
mother of eleven living children,
and my baby is
five months old.
I am only 38 years
old and I have
taken Lydia K
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
for weakness and
of it from my'
sister, Dame Ed-
ouard Eellcfeuille
6 f Kamsayville.
, I For five years -I
was in misery and was always ready
to cry. Now I am so happy to have
good health. My daughter, who is
18 years old, has^also taken it ancl
will be happy to recommend it to all
young girls.*'���Dame William Parent, Box 414, Buckingham. Quebec.
Why suffer for years wiih bac-k-
aclie, nervousness and other ailmenla
'.common to women from early iifc to
twVfdTeSjBr .^.Vn Lyd'a E. Pinkham'a
Vegetal i^''Cuim !pnnd will give you
relict? "j -
In a r<jc< ul c>v,i:
pf purcha^t.'-'f i.v !
Vcgct.-ibU"  L )...,'.'
n,-jjTie. vy -  '���  > ive��
ev<Tv' 1       iJ''
&lbit*y 'ta wv
dravv--*Urltain's_nilc?fs_"to_tl*ieir castle
in tho Scottish highlands for an August holiday.
No Job For Amateur
���viiio, canvass
l. Pink'xam'a
o rer 250 000
. , rd 93 out of
M'i they were bene-
���*��.- N.   U.   1705
Gasoline   As   Household   Cleaner
DangercUG Says Expert   -
Thc British public is being taught
lo avoid the use of gasolino as - a
household cleaner "of fabrics, slates
A. 13. Hatfield, chief chemist and engineer of Achillo - Scrre Limited ol
London, the largest dry-cloaning plant
In the world. . , ">���
"To safely handle volatile fluids in
llie cleaning of fabrics, complete ccl-
entiflc knowledge of the fluid i3 needed," he states, "as well as elaborate
equipment. It la nothing short of impudence for the average individual to
use gasoline to clean fabrics in the
house, and expect to get away -with it.
"A "famous aclress was burned to
death not long ago; when gloves that
she was cleaning with gasoline took
fire. The crowning folly is to attompt
to heat gasoline. It is suicidal."
Canada's Furniture Industry
Domestic      Woods      Used      Almost
Entirely   In   Manufacturing
Canadian made furniture now ranks
among the best manufactured in the
world. In big plants situated in various parts of Ontario and .Quebec, expert Canadian workmen aie today
turning out fine pieces of furniture
that ihey are willing"io compaio with
any that is made.
Formerly the best furniture 'sold in
Canada as imported but ^ gradually
Canadian workmen and designers discovered a demand lor the belter
classes of. furniture here and they
have met the demand in a most
praiseworthy manner.
Those fine reproductions ol famous
period furniture that so delighted you
were more than likely the work of
skilled Canadian woodworkers. All of
the best furniture,made now is fashioned after, or acton tod from, the ne-
jsigns of.the_bflsr,craltsmen-who-mado-
furniture designing an art in" former
Some of fhe liner woods and veneers that go into the manufacture of
good furniture is imported from other
countries but Canadian wood3 are
those mosl'uscd. Thc manufacture or
furniture has become one of the big
industries cf the 'country- and today
Canadians aro buying to a large extent the products of thcir fellow citizens.   ' . ���     '     _
Germany Has Launched
Two Wonder Warships
Snicl To Excel Larger Craft In British
and American NnviCG
That Germany, despite lhe efforts of
the fearners of tho Versailles treaty,
has succeeded in building .varships
which iu pioportion lo tonnage are
easily the most formidable lighting
craft in the world is tlie stalement
made by the well-informed naval correspondent of the London Daily News.
Uo gives facts and figures designed
(o demonstrate that the latest German
cruisers Konigsburg and Karlsruhe,
launched last year, could overwhelm
cruisers of much larger size and are
better than anything of their proportions in tho British and American
The Germans themselves call these
cruisers wunderschiffe���wonder ships.
TJieir hulls aro built of special steel
combining lightness wiih great
strength and electric welding used instead of rivets, lessons their weight.
At high speeds thc vessels-, are driven
by {'.cared turbines of 65,000 shaft h.p.,
working on high pressure steam from
six oil-burning boilers. At full power
their speed Is at least 32 knots, but
when the ships are cruising they will
run on Diesel motors and carry
enough oil to travel 6,000 miles.
Their armament, extraordinary both
in power and distribution, consisfs of
nine 6-Inch Krupp guns, firing 101-
pound shells at an extreme range on
���high-angle mounting of 20,000 yards.
The guns arc housed in triple turrets,
throe guns in each turret being loaded
and fired togetlier as > though thej-'
were a three-barrelled gun. At each
broadside nine G-inch projectiles are
discharged, and owing to their rapid
rate of fire nine salvos can be fired
every minute. Six guns can be
brought-to bear on a pursuer, and
mines can be dropped through a stem
Although 6,000-ton slips the Konlgs-
burg and Karlsruhe have a broadside
of nine six-inch guns as against six
six-inchers on British cruisers 2,000
tons larger. They are faster than even
tho new 10,000-ton British cruisers, so
that they could not only overwhelm-
cruisers of much larger size but nin
away from almost everything else.
Forced To Abandon
Help For Russians
Soviets Withdraw Concessions and
Famous Explorer Loses Heavily
Dr. Fridtjo'f Nausea, famous explorer and huinaniUuian, has beeu weaned from his early sympathy wiih the
Soviets by the treatment which he recently received at their hands. Dr.
Nansen who was appointed High
Commissioner to Itussia by the League
of Nations, devoted his Nobel Prize
award of 120,000 'Swedish crowns,
with ?100,000 ho had collected, to ef-
lorts to improve the condition of the
Russian peasants.
Willi the object of teaching them
modem fanning methods, he obtained from the Soviet governments in thc
Dnieper and Saratof regions concessions of land, upon whicli he founded
model farms, with the latest equipment in npichinery and tools. Thu
Nansen stations soon began to pay
their way, but lho peasantry instead
of icgardiiig them as useful object lessons, saw in them a scheme to deprive
them of their own lands.
AVhen Dr. Nansen began to exploit
a sandpit on his property on the
Dnieper the local authorities inflicted-
sucli a heavy fine for not asking previous permission to woik the pit that
he uas obliged to cease work on his
farms temporarily to come to some
arrangement. Tlie Soviet authorities
took the suspension as an excuse for
withdrawing tho concessions, and Dr.
Nansen lost not only his money but
several years of hard worlc, as wil. -*.
dosing upsets
children's delicate stomachs.
Vicks is applied externally,
and therefore cannot disturb Uie
digestion. It acts in two ways:
(1) The body heat releases'
thc ingredients in the form of
vapors which are inhaled.
(2) At the same time Vicks
"draws out" tlie soreness like
a poultice.
Little Helps For This Week
Leads In Beam WireJe
Special Service For
Old Country Travellers
Canadian Pacific Railway Announce
Special Train To Seafcoard
A special through servico for the
convenience of Old Country Christmas
travellers will be provided from western Canada to the Atlantic seaboard
(Saint John), by the Canadian Pacific
Railway for December, sailings.
Through sleeping cars will leave Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Moose
Jaw, Regina and other western points
for Winnipeg where they will bc attached to special trains operating direct to' the ship's side for the following sailings:
S.S. Melita, November 25th.
S.S. Montclare, December Gth.
S.S. Montrose, December 9th.
S.S. Montnalrn, December J 4th.
% __
S.S. Montcalm, December 15Uir
This special servico   will   assure
connections and eliminate the necessity'of transfer enroute, theieby pro-
vidlng-maximum travel comfort:
Special round trip excursion fares
to the Atlantic seaboard during .the
month of December are also announced.
Strait is tho gate and narrow is tho
way which leadclh unto life. '-'-
Matthew vii. 14.
Tills world is but the rugged road
Which leads us to tho bright abnde
Of peace above;
So let us choose tlie narrow way
Which leada no' traveller astray
From realms of love.
���Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
I see not "but that my road to
heaven lleth through this very -galley.
The denial of self leads to the narrow way,
Average Canadian Is
\ Hearty Meat Ealer
Manitoba Buys Alberta Coal
The Government of Manitoba's purchases of Alberta coal will total approximately 50,000 tons this year,'
which is just a beginning, fuel men
say. ^Ultimately Ihey expect -every
pound of soft coal used by "the Government institutions in Manitoba to
-come from Alberta, thus saving an
additional 5250,000 por annum to Canada. .
Consumes More Than His Own Weight
.Each  Year
Meat consumed by Canadians Jast
year amounted to 1,500,000,000 li>n.,
according to a report on the packing
Industry issued by the Canadiau Government Bureau of Statistics.
The average Canadian states the report, eats more than hia own weight
in meat evqry year. The consumption
per person averages 162.27 lbs. annually. Pork is the favorite joint, accounting for a consumption por person of 77.-14 lbs.-0each year, followed
closely by beef with au average of
75.45,1 lbs.,-while the lynount of lamb
and mutton oaten equals fl.38 lbs per
person; ydarly.
System Has Been Brought To Perfection In Britain
Britain's perfection of the beam
wireless system is one -��� of tlie outstanding proofs that she leads the
world in radio and telegraphic communication," declared John McMillan,
genera.I_manager^f_th"o_Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, Montreal, who was
ln Yancouver ou n tour of the Western lines
'���That marvelous station at Rugby
has been woiklng lo Montreal perfectly for almost a year aa well as
working to South Africa, Australia,
and India," he continued. "The importance of this station is shown by
tlio fact lhat it can communicate with
any part of tho empire or any separate Dominion at the same time.
Minard's Liniment for Neuritis.
Man Making Strange Tour
Walking On His Hands From Dublin
To Belfast
Claiming to be a Canadian and an
ex-soldier, a man recently passed
through Dundalk, Ireland, walking on
his hands. He had come from Dublin
and said he intended to proceed to
Belfast ou his digit-and-finger Jiike.
Ills hands were encased in sandals,
and hc had with him.a goat harnessed
to a little four-wheeled care, which
contained a camping a-camping outfit
and cooking utensils.. He aroused so
much interest iu Dundulk, that tho
Civic Guards had to bo called out to
regulate the traffic for more than two
miles along the Newry Road.
Minard's Liniment for Distemper.
.        . ___.
Asked to give a sentence with the
word "cauterize" in it, a youngstei
wrote: "I knew ma was. angry as sson
as I cauterize." r
Is Fastest Woman Runner
"What Is a bachelor, daddy?"
"A bachelor, my boy, is a man who
looks before he   leaps   ���  and   then'
doesn't leap!"
Buy Canadian Hens
An additional order has just been
wijrd lo Secretary E. A. Lloyd, of ihc
It.0.1-\ Poultry Breeders' Association
of British Columbia by tho representative of the Japanese Government on
tbis continent. The latest order, which
will- run to about $1,500, is for ��ix
White Leghorn cockerels aud 21 pullets of the same breed, all to be from
hens with records of 300 eggs or over.
Lithium Deposits
Work of developing the lithium do-
posits on the Winnipeg river will be
continued this 'winter. Ore will be taken out and shipped to Bradford, England, where a chemical plant is being
erected. This is said to be the oiily
lithium deposit of commercial ��i-e in
the British empire.
Not To Be Envied
The Prince of Wales' recent remark
that "no one need ever envy inn my
life" is certainly justified. When ho
received Colonel Lindbergh he was
out of Welsh Guards uniform and into mufti almost as nuickly as the
quick-change artists. The other day
the l'rinco had to make live complete
changes ln a few hours. Tie ha:; everything laid out for him in tho order In
which the clothes are to bo put on,
but, however rushed lio may bo, ho is
always absolutely correctly dresr.od.
Japanese   Earns   Title   Of   "Swiftest
Girl Alive"
Tho fleetest girl in the_world-hails-
"from Japan. Miss Fumiko Terao exchanged her kimono for running
shorts, and earned her right to the
title of "swiftest girl alive" wheu she
won tho 100 meters sprint in the -All-
{Japanese Sports Carnival held recently near -Tokio.
Her time is 10 4-5 seconds, Charlie
Paddock's time for that distance is
only two-fifths of a'second faster, and
Paddock is called "the fastest human."
Fumiko has beaten all men runners
of her own country ami all the best
women runners in the world.
Harry���"Shall wc walk home, dear?
it's uot far."
Marjorie���"I have something to confess to you, sweetheart. I learned,to
dance when I was six months old, but
I never did learn to walk. Vou'll just
have to call a taxi."
Father���"My boy, T hear that you've
been smoking.. How about .it ?"_'���_
Son���"Er���ah���yes, dad."
Father���"Well, would- you mind
smoking -El Fumos and giving me the
coupons? I'm saving up for a smoking sUind' and I need help."
Completes Long Journey
Completing a journey of 300 miles
froin Aberdeen In 18 months, a crab
recently crawled into Lock Lonf, on
tho Firth of Clyde, Scotland. A label
was attached to its 3hell when It was
liberated a year and a half ago, and
by this means the traveller was Identified. The criwrtcr was only eight
inches long.
'"Did her father give tho bride
"I should say he did. He got rattled
and said, as he handed her over to the
groom, 'It is more blessed to give
than to receive'."
Why do so many, many babies or
today escape all tho littlo fretful
spells and infantile ailments that used
to worry mothers through the day.
and keep them u'p'half tho night?
If you don't know the answer, you
haven't discovered pure, harmless
Castoria. It is sweet fo the taste, and
sweet in the little stomach. And its
gentle influence seems felt all through
tho tiny system. Not even a distasteful dose of castor oil does so much
Fletcher's Castoria Is purely vegetable, so you may give it freely, at first
sign of   colic;   or   constipation;   or
diarrhea.   Or those many times when
you just don't know what is the matter. For real'sickness, call thc doctor,
always. At other .times, a few drops
of Fletcher's Castoria.
- The doctor often tells you to do
j just that; and always says Fletcher's.
I Other preparations  may be just as
jpure, just   as   free   from   dangeious
drugs," but why experiment? Besides,
the hook on care and feeding of babies that comes with Fletcher's Castoria is worth its weight :a gold:
Children Cry for
""How did you come to fall over?"
"I was trying to reach a fourleaved
clover!"���Pele Mele, Parla. THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
Editor and Proprietor
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Delinquent Co-Owner Notices...$25.00
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No letter to the editor will be inserted except over the proper signature and address of the writer. This
rule admits of no exceptions.
Kettie Valley School News
E. P. Beckett, Teacher
Pupils Attending ������������������     ,12
Aggregate  Attendance ...........    240
Average  Attendance  U-42
Pupils standing for October in order
of merit;   '.-.....
Grade I:   Jean McCelvey.
Grade II: Ronald Bonnett, Theodore Gane, Jack Bonnett.
Grade III:   Yvonne McCelvey.
Grade V: Ruth eWhiting, Joe Gane,
(Muriel Thompson and Pearl Lindsay,
tie), Mary Hindmoor.
Grade VIII: Eric Whiting, Spencer
Pupils having Perfect Attendance for
Joe Gane, Ronald Bonnett, Yvonne
McCelvey, Jean McCelvey, Muriel
Thompson, Eric Whiting, Ruth
Pupils having Perfect Attendance to-
date: Joe Gane, Yvonne McCelvey,
Jean McCelvey, Eric Whiting, Ruth
Special Merit for October:
Yvonne McCelvey���Spelling 99%
Muriel Thompson���Geography 90%
Junior Red Cross
At a Junior Red Cross meeting, held
in the School Friday afternoon, Oct.
14th, the following officers were elected
for 1927-28: ,.-���*���*.,
President, Eric Whiting.  *   .
Vice-President, Pearl Lindsay.
Secretary, Joe'Gane.'-'.:.'
Treasurer, Mary Hindmoor.
Circulating Manager, Spencer Thompson.
Adult Advisor, E. P. Beckett.
Committee, Ruth Whiting, Muriel
Spencer Thompson reports six yearly
subscriptions   for   "The. Junior   Red
Cross   Magazine."  The   magazine   is
-larger than-last-yearandMs-welHvorth
the price, 5 cents a copy.
We are pleased to see Elise Gane
around again and hope to see her back
at school soon. Elsie had the misfortune to break her leg .a few weeks
Greenwood Superior Schod
Report for October, 1927
Division I
N. E. Morrison 'J
Number on Roll         24
Average Daily Attendance.....     22.62
Ttal Actual Attendance        475
Percentage of Attendance...... 94.25%
Proficiency   List.
Grade XI: Edward Johnson, Renie
Skilton, Edward McArthur, John McDonell.
Grade X: Andrew Anderson,, .Vera
Walmsley. (Leo Madden absent during exams.)
Grade XI: Rosie Bombini, Edward
Parry, Kenneth Stewart.
Grade VIII: Robert Forshaw, Robert
Mitchell, Harry Hallstrom, Margaret
Royce, (Bertram Price, Tom Walmsley, tied), Eileen Bryan, Allan Morrison, Marguerite Ritchie, John Morrison, Alice Hingley, Eugene McGilli-'
vray, Arthur Cox, Lewis Mitchell, (Cleo
Toney absent during exams.)
Regularity and Punctuality
Eileen Bryan, Robert Forshaw,
Robert Mitchell, Allan Morrison, John
Morrison, Bertram Price, Marguerite
Ritchie, Tom Walmsley, Rosie Bombini,
Edward Johnson, Edward McArthur,
Vera Walmsley.
Division II
Ruth Axam
No. on Register  28
Total Actual Attendan. ce  548.8
Average Daily Attendance..... 26.12
Percentage of Attendance  93.28%
Proficiency List
Grade VII: Beatrice McLaren,
Donalda Walker, Arnold Bombini, Rosa
Lucente, Roy Hallstrom, Charles
Royce, Ruth Cox (not present for examinations.)
Grade VI: John McGiUivray, Celia
Klinosky, June Toney, Lawrence
Gulley, May Clark, David Nichols,
James Forshaw, Mark Madden (not
present for examinations.)
Grade V: Ernest Johnson, Walter
Nichols, George Hingley, Freda Hammerstrom, Leonard Sortome..
Grade   IV:    Dorothy   Boug,   Ernest
Cox,   Glenn   Toney, - Peter   Maletta,
Jack Clark,, Rey Nicholas and Clarence
Sortome (not present for examinations.
Regularity and Punctuality
Dorothy Boug, May Clark, James
Forshaw, Lawrence Gulley, George
Hingley, .Ernest Johnson, Celia
Klinosky, Peter Maletta, John McGiUivray, Beatrice McLaren, David
Nichols, Charles Royce, Glenn Toney,
June Toney.
Division  III
*.������:-���..     -y   '" ���
Vera A. Kempston
Number on Roll  30
Average -Daily Attendance.....     25.04
Total Actual Attendance......       526
Percentage of Attendance... ...83.46%
J Proficiency  List
.. Grade III a: Gordon McGiUivray,
Burton McGiUivray, Kathleen Madden,
Louis Lucente, Eric Cox, Douglas
Stewart and Edward Lucente (not
Graded.', III b: Dorcas Mitchell, Alice
Clark, Josephine Cox, Roland: Skilton,
Gordon Sortome.
Grade IIa: Mildred Sortome, Cecil
Maletta, Catherine Stewart, Virginia
Boug, Frank Nichols, Thomas Forshaw,
Edna Pope.
Grade la: Roberta Wilson, Alfred
Grade I (Receiving Class): Georgina
Boug, Fred Clark, Michael Fraser and
Donald Francis-'(tie), Elvira Bombini,
Edward Klinosky, Violet Bombini,
Albert Lucente'and Harry Hallstrom
not ranked. ,'���������*���
Regularity and Punctuality
Georgina Boug, Elvira Bombini,
Violet Bombini, Alice Clark, Frederick
Clark, .Thomas Forshaw, Michael
Dorcas Mitchell, Frank Nichols, Edna
Pope, Roland Skilton, Roberta Wilson
Midway News
Quite a large number of residents
attended the Concert and Dance at
Rock Creek last Friday.
The Ladies Aid will hold their
Annual Bazaar in the Old School, on
Saturday, Nov. 12th. Through this
medium the sewing committee ask that
all work be finished and handed in to
Mrs. R. D. Kerr not later than Friday,
the 11th inst.    ���/,
Midway School'Report
.   October, 1927: I
Miss A. Jones
Division  I
Total Attendance     438
Average  Attendance......; .. 20.86
Number in Attendance. '..     22
'(Arranged according to merit)
Grade VIII: Roy Sharp, Rosalie
Brown, Kathleen Salmon, Raymond
Tippie, Verna Evans, Mayneen Bush,
William Tippie, Mae Sharp. Mildred
Johaston and Edward Johnston, absent from exams.
Grade VII:   Ethel McArthur, Glad-
u      win Sharp. .Kenheth Johnston absent
from exams.
Grade VI: Zella Johnston, Bernadine Brown, James Brown.
Grade V:   Fred Tippie, Jack Brown,
Irene    Johnston,    Gordon    Roberts
Lucile Evans, Ethel Bender.
Division II
Miss M. Barker
Number of Pupils      17
Actual Attendance -: ' 353.5
Average Attendance '_ 10.83
(Arranged according to merit)
Grade IV:   Philip Pannell, Pauline
Roberts, Ernest Hawkes, Fred Erickson
-   Daniel Johnston, Douglas Johnston.
-    Grade- III:,   Dale   Brown,   Evelyn
Hawkes, Louis'Delisle.
Grade II:   Cecilia Clappier, (Robert
Evans - and  Donald ' Salmon,   equal)
Eileen Pannell. ��� * '
Grade I a: Geneva Delisle, Warren
Brown, Harold Erickson.
Grade Ib. (Receiving Class')1: Emile
- _
Twelve pairs, this year's pups.
Registered in the Canadian Live Stock
records. WeU furred. Prince Edward
Island strain.   Prices reasonable.
Apply to '
Pine Crescent Silver Black Fox Ranch,
Chas. Graser, Midway, B.C.
The Greenwood Ledge
The Women's Institute will meet on
Saturday 5th inst. at 2 p.m. at the
Farmer's Hall. Please try to be there.
We would like to see all the members
out, the weather will be getting, bad
for the members in the hills, so kindly make an effort to be there on Saturday.
The linking up the highway across
the Midway flat began this week. The
work is in charge of S. Bennerman
with James Hallett on the tractor.
The new road will go from Salter's
corner to the school and will' then
proceed in diagonal direction to the
second railway crossing and connect
with the Rock Creek road.
Mrs Jack C. Casselman and infant
daughter arrived from Victoria on Saturday, where Mrs. Casselman underwent a successful goitre operation.
Her many friends will be pleased to
learn that she is very much improved
in health, although quite weak yet.
Mrs. Tom Burkmar and three children
accompanied her from Victoria and
will stay for awhile. .
Rock Creek School
Report for October, 1927
F. B. Pearce, Teacher
No.  Registered. -..������_���  38
Average Attendance  35
Highest  Standing
- Grade I:   Edward Anderson.
Grade II:   Eva Wheeler.
Grade III   Cammie Blaine.
Grade IV:   Walter Carey.
Grade V:   BrianKayes.
Grade VI:   Williani Jupp.
Grade VII:   Kathleen Wheeler.
Grade VIII:   Albert Anderson.
Perfect Attendance
Veda Anderson,. Eddie Anderson,
Lois Blaine, Agnes Blaine, Georgia
Blaine, Phyllis Blaine, Cammie Blaine,
Jimmie Blaine, Walter Carey, Virginia
Holmes, Jean Johnson, Brian Kayes,
Victor Madge, Walter Madge, Irene
Olsen, Peter Pearce, Catherine Pearce,
Kathleen Wheeler, Phyllis Wheeler,
Eva Wheeler, Bud Worthington.
"Subway.. Sadie" *
' Seeing First National's latest feature
picture, "Subway Sadie," which will be
shown at the Greenwood*'. Theatre on
Saturday, November 5th, is as good as
trip to New York. Among the things
of interest to be seen are Central Park,
Cleopatra's Needle, Fifth Avenue, unusual shots of the subway, a New York
night club, scenes in the Bronx and
the interior of the famous Casino in
Central Park. Dorothy Mackaill, Jack
Mulhall and Charles Murray are
featured in this picture.
Good mixed, fine for work horses
as well as.for cattle ��18.00 cash per ton
on my ranch, up to Dec. 15th, 1927.
F. Haussencr.
Six weeks old pigs.   Apply to
 '  R. J. Jackson, Midway.
A number of canaries.   Apply to
x, Mrs M. Rusch, Rock Creek, B.C.
Hear from owner good farm for sale.
Cash price, particulars. D. F. Bush,
Minneapolis, Blinn.
Warning To Users of Radio
All Radio Receiving Sets
MUST be Licensed
Penalty on summary conviction is a fine not exceeding $50.00
. ' o   ��� ��� r ....
License Fee $1.00 per annum
Licenses, valid to 31st March, 1928, may be obtained from:
Staff Post Offices, Radio Dealers, Radio Inspectors, or from
Radio Branch, Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa
A. JOHNSTON, Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries
Sometimes the informality -
of the spoken word
is more effective
than aletter   ��� * ��� _ "
"Long Distance, please"
i -.
Kettle River. Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1927, at the hour of 2 p.m.,atthe Provincial Government Office, Penticton, B.C., I will sell at public auction the Crown-granted mineral claims in.vthe.
list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid-by said persons on
the 30th clay of June,, 1927, and for penalty, costs,, and  expenses, including the cost of advertising said .''sale,..-.lithe total amount due: is'not sooner paid.-.- "'���' , ./' ,.'���'',:���..
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
4 Lot No. Taxes    Penalty   Costs      Total.
Dividend Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining ��
Co. and Gold Dust Mining Co ... .Bull's Eye Fraction .-��� 1591 $   5.00
Dividend Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining
Co.    California   1907 12.75
Dividend Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining *"
Co. Dividend   1589      -   13.00
Dividend Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining
Co. Dividend Fraction  '. f 1590 1.25
McDougall, D. M. (reg. owner Fairview
Gold Mining Co, Ltd.)  Joe Dandy : 447 5.25
Sutherland,  James Keno    2522 13.00
Dividend Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining
Co Lakeview-  1899  ��� 12.25
Dividend. Lakeview Cons. Gold Mining K
Co Orient    1898 11.50
Lofstad, Ola   .- ���... .O. B 828 12.25
Megraw, A. Estate  Rock Creek 2527 10.50
Desrosiers,   J.  B.   (reg.   owner  Thos.
Desrosiers)    Barbara _ 817 .7.25
Loftstad, Ola   Bonnie Belle 880 13.00 .
Lofstad, Ola (reg. owner' Paul Nelson)Big Ledge.....' 826 13.00
Norma Mines Ltd Clipper  Fraction 1102 2.50
Desrosiers, ��� J.  B.   (reg.   owner  Thos.
Desrosiers)    Diamond Fraction  2289 4.25
Duhamel, Joseph Henry  Enterprise    1022 _ 3.25
Granby Cons. Mining S. & Power Co.. .Glenwood    897 2.50
Lofstad  Ola   '...Hil1 Fraction .". .2945 13.00
Duhamel, Joseph H.  '. Lakeside Fraction 1023 5.75 '
Norma Mines Ltd. ..' ".. .Mavis   2877 9.75
Norma Mines Ltd Mountain View  -... .1100 7.50
Norma Mines Ltd Nightingale    r... .1101 8.00
Norma Mines Ltd Nightingale Fraction  1194 (S)     12.50
Casorso, Napoleon Peter  No. 4 1843 13.00
Byrne, Patrick Jos, and Russell, Mrs.-v ��
Carrie    Banner   1199 12.75
Lye, Henry   Calumet    ' ..1314 10.25
Stewart,  Wm.   H.   (reg.   owner Wm.
Calvert Jr.)    ; Canyon   ...-. 2390 (S)     12.50.
Contact    Consolidated    Gold    Mines
Ltd r-.\... -. Contact  ....- 1421 9.00
Shannon, Jesse P Dominion    1723 11.25
Stewart,  Wm.   H.   (reg.  owner  Wm.
Calvert JiO    - Dominion    .- 2386 (S)     13.00
Lye, Henry ...' El' Rio   1231 7.50
Cunningham, Jas. F. Estate  Emma Fraction  2143 .50
, Cunningham, Jas. F. Estate Gem Fraction .: 2139' 3.00
Contact    Consolidated    Gold    Mines
Ltd "....: -Glengarry   2594 4.00
Lye Henry    Hecla    .- 859 10.00
Lye,' Henry  Key West, 1768 12.25
Stewart,   Wm.   H.   (reg.  owner Wm.      ,
Calvert Jr.)   ....' ,... .Mammoth    2385 (S)      4.00
Stewart,  Wm.   H.   (reg.   owner Wm. ' ' .
Calvert Jr.)   '.: Mastadon    :' 2384 (S)     11.25
Stewart,  Wm.   H.   (reg.   owner  Wm.
Calvert Jr.)   ' Mastadon Fraction  2388 (S) . ��� 1.75
- Pare', Peter A. Z. (reg. owners J. T.                                                -.' - ���=1 ,. .
Flood,   C.   Cosgrifl,  Patrick & J.
S.   Bryne,   Patrick   &   John   T. ���   .   -.
McMullen   Mono ��� 2205 11.50
Contact ' Consolidated    Gold    Mines      /��� -     .
Ltd ���. Mountain View 2592     '    12.00.
Parkin, John L. ^Norton Fraction  986 ��� -. 4.25
Stewart,  Wm.   H.   (reg.   owner  Wm.
Calvert Jr.)   Pan 2387 (S)      6.00
Cunningham, James F. Estate et al . .Saloon Fraction  2457 2.25
Lye, Henry  .' Sissy   ' 1068 10.75
DATED at Penticton, B.C., this.lth day of October, 1927.    --        --���
$ .16 $ 13.75 $ 18.91
.42 13.75 26.92
.43        13.75        27.18
13.75    " 15.04
13.75 ���
.41      - 13.75
, 26.66
" 13.75
16.85. (
17.88 |*
-   26.40
26.15 {
18.14 |
Provincial Collector.
Contractor and Builder
Foreign and Domestic Monuments
Asbestos Products Co. Roofing
Lamatco Wallboard
Box 332 Grand Forks. B.C.
Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay postage one way.  Terms cash.
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box L1108, Nelson, B. C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
$1.00 each. Gold-Silver 51.50. Silver-
Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
These charges made only, when cash is
sent with sample.' Charges for other
metals, etc., on application.
The United Church of Canada
Minister in Charge, Greenwood.
Beaverdell 11 a.m.
Rock Creek 3. pan.
Greenwood, 7:30 pan.
x  ���     SAILINGS' - -��� -
v    MELITA _..... :.NQV. 25
*     to Belfast, Greenock aiid Liverpool*.
FROM ST. JOHN ..->.,
to Belfast, Greenock andy Liverpool   ...
MONTROSE l....:...::..v.....T,...DEC.   9
iff to Belfast; Greenock and Liverpool
MONTNAIRN .*. ...DEC. 14
to Cobh, Cherbourg and Southampton
to Belfast and Liverpool
MELITA    ; .....DEC. 22
to Greenock and Liverpool
Low Round Trip Rates: Tourist III. Cabin and Third Class.
Berth  Reservations  can  now bo, made. Details and Literature from any Agent or Wiito   ��� >',
NELSON,  B. C.    . ;       -
The Consolidated MMng & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining Department    7   ������- ,
TR AIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA     /^""^    "**'
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