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The Oldest fining Xamp Newspaper in British Columbia
VOL. XXXII
GREENWOOD. B.C., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1926
NUMBER 52
WE CARRY A  LARGE LINE OF
McLary's Blue Kitchen Ware
Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, fancy and plain
Trunks, Suitcases, Handbags
Golf Clubs, Balis and Bags, Tennis Balls
T. IV!. GULLEY
Preserving .-   .
' . Apricots
Arriving
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Order Now.       The Season is -Always Short.
For quality and value order from
GREENWOOD GROCERY
Ladies and Gents
Furnishings
Millinery
Ladies Dresses
MRS.  ELLEN TROUNSON
��� ii !������ ������ ��� mm a ����im hhimwi ������������im^m���^mmiiiiih���I    mwiwi
Real Estate & Insurance
Fire, Accident & Sickness, Life,
Automobile. Bonds. Burglary. &c
Auctioneer
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office df
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CHARLES KING
GREENWOOD, 6. C.
e
is visiting
High School Entrance
Examination Results
.Miss Renie Skilton
mends in Spokane. I    n���   n
y.   _,,,    ��� I    Results   of   examinations   for
Miss Eden Kerr is the guest of entrance to high school were an-
iviiss" Irene  Inglis-at  the  Bell'nounced bv Hip nonn,+��,n��+  ~c
City Council
mine, Beaverdell.
Will Watson left for Spokane
this morning where he will spend
a month in music study.
Phone 46
�����>.
Agents for
ImperiaJ Oil, Limited
Premier Gas.
by the Barrel 31c.
We would like.to call your attention to
the fact that our
REPAIR DEPARTMENT
is always in a position to g-ive j*-ou the
best there is in
Service and Workmanship
If you have had difficulty- in getting-
your watch to keep time bring it to us
and we will make it right-
We handle a good line of- Glasses
a: a. white
Watchmaker and Jeweler
F. J. White, Manager
Taylor & son
Phone' 17   ��� .
COOL OFF
with'one of those refreshing
Ice Cream Sundaes and Sodas
 AT	
GOODEVE'S DRUfl STORE
Buy a Kodak for your vacation.
Film, Supplies, Etc.
Let us Quote you on
Farm Machinery
Agents for the
t *" t >     ���
JOMIN DEERE Line of Earm and Tillage Goods
BROWNS STORES
-   ROCK CREEK
MIDWAY
AND
INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET
'We carry only the best stock procurable in
Beef, Veal, Pork, Mam, Bacon, Lard, Etc.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
MEYER & CO.
Better a dead Camp Fire than a Dead Forest
Alexander Carr
Vera Gordon
with
and
George Sidney
Bctt-v Blythe
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, JULY 24th
Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
_; Anund Anderson is steadily
improving after his recent operation in the -District .Hospital.''
E. J. Foster returned on Thursday from a couple, of weeks holiday at his home in Kelowna.
Mrs. A. J. Morrison and
daughter,-Alice,' and Allan Morrison are on' a visit to Spokane.
��� Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Walker
and daughter were visiting in the
Bridesville district on Thursday.
Roy Harris, of# Nelson, spent
Sunday in town visiting his wife,
who is the guest of cMrs. M.
Axam.  , -'
John Campolieto returned on
Monday from a three weeks visit
with his sister, Mrs. J. S. Ciacco,
at Fife. ���
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark and
son, Burton, arrived in town on
Tuesday from a visit to Spokane
arid Nelson.-
Dr. A... Francis and J. H.
Goodeve are back in town after
a pleasant motor trip to Victoria
and Vancouver.
J. C. Emslie left for Chilliwack
ori Thursday morning after'' relieving in the Bank of Commerce
for a couple of weeks.
��� Geo. Hallett, of the Bank of
Commerce _ staff, Victoria, "ms
spending his vacation- with his
mother; Mrs."Ellen Hallett W ���]
Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Keady and
grandson, Jack, 'returned on Sunday from a very enjoyable motor
holiday in "'.the Okanagan and
Kamloops districts.
Miss Nellie Keir has resigned
from .the teaching staff of the
Midway school and "has accepted
the position of teacher in the
Boundary Falls school."
Mrs. M. Hastings, of Rock
Creek, spent_acoup]e__of_days_in
"toWiTtliis week visiting her sister,
Mrs. Alice Bjorkman, of the
Greenwood Restaurant.
P. -E. Crane who motored in
from Everett, Wash., during the
week-end left on Sunday for
Kaslo where he is examining some
mining property for Seattle interests.
Mrs. Albert Legault, of Farn-
ham, Que., and Miss Albina
Legault, of Smith Falls, Ont.,"'
arrived in town on Thursday and
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Legault.
Mrs. S. B. Hamilton and son
have arrived from Penticton and
will take up residence in the
Hallett house. Mr. Hamilton
who arrived,, here last week is the
new Government agent.
nounced by the Department of
Education, Victoria, on Wednesday.   Under  regulations  of tlie
department,   pupils  attending a
school of four or more divisions in
a district where a high school is
in  operation are   promoted   on
recommendation  of a committee
composed of the principals of the
elementary and high schools and
the inspector of schools.   All told,
4539  students  are  being issued
certificates on recommendation of
the promotion committee.
OThere sat for departmental examinations 3748 candidates, of which
.1746, or 46 per cent, were successful.   Of the number writing, 2097
were from rural districts, and 1143
of them, or 54 per cent, succeeded
in passing.   The balance,   1651,
were  from schools in the larger
centers, and 603, or 36 per cent,
were successful.'
The small percentage of passes
shown by candidates from ���the
larger schools is chiefly due to the
fact that the leading pupils of
such, schools were .promoted on
recommendation, and that those
who sSt for examination were,
with the exception of those competing for' the governor-general's
medal, composed largely of the
lower entrance pupils.
Iri all,. 6285 students will be
issued high school entrance certificates, a-- number which exceeds
by 587 fhe total for last year.
- For district 8, one. of the 10
districts into which the province
is divided for the purpose of the
governor-general's medals, the
prize winner is Joy 'Susan Hen-
shaw Kemp, of Trail, who obtained 387 marks.      ���*
Results, for Greenwood and
' Rock Creek- centres- are as follows:
Greenwood���Irene L." Kingsley
322, Ellen' D. Kerr 319,- John
Campolieto 303, Andrew M:
Anderson 301.
Christian Valley���John Noren
307.
Rhone���Irma M. Fillmore 316.
Westbridge���Robina McCutcheon 320.
Anarchist Mountain ��� Grace
Kehoe 327. *
Ingram Mountain ��� Beatrice
.Bubar_312,__--i- -
The City Council met in regular
session on Monday of last week,
Mayor Gulley presiding and thc
Aldermen present were Messrs.
Taylor, Mowat and Peterson.
Business was chiefly of a routine
nature, and with the various com-
rhittees having their reports well
lined up was soon disposed of.
It "was decided in view of the
continued dry spell to restrict
sprinkling to two hours per day.
The City Clerk was instructed to
have service cut off immediately
in any case being noted for infringement of this regulation and
citizens are requested to notify the
Clerk, "or any member of the
Council ,of any "disregard of this
restriction coming under their
notice.
Notification was received Yfrom
the Health Department, that inspection of premises should be
made of private owners of cows -
as in most cases the sanitary con:
ditions and handling of milk was
not up to the required' standard.
Instructions will be given to the
Health Officer and Chief of Police
to attend to this matter.
It was decided to call a special
meeting for the purpose of considering certain plans with Mr. J.
Galloway, the provincial mineralogist, during his stay- in the
district.
Myncaster - Sophia Kompan
314, Joseph Kompan 310, Ruth
L. Porter 800.
C.?��TC) Creek-Helen S. Burdick
351, Westley O. Wheeler 339.
John ��A. Christian
Buried at Westbridge
Midway News
Haying is in full- swing in the
district. ���        ��
.'��� ��� . -
H. H. Pannell  and son were
visitors to Greenwood today.
Mr. Begg cattle buyer for Swift
Canadian is in town today.   It is,
expected that several carloads of
cattle will be shipped from here
and Rock .Creek on Friday.   .
.On Friday last Mrs J.'H. Bush'
entertained  about thirty young
jeople at the Eyeleth park,' in
lonor of her daughter, Leila, who
eft for   Spokane   on   Saturday
morning. - Swimming and games
were, indulged in after which a
sumptuous  picnic luncheon  was
served.   After giving three cheers
all departed to their homes   exclaiming they had a most enjoyable time.
Adults 50c.
Children 25c
The Consolidated Mining' k Smelting Co;
of Canada, trimited
Office, Smelting- and Refining Department      " *
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA    '
SMELTERS and REFINERS
We have
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig- Lead a:nd Zinc   '
"TADANAC"  BRAND
* Reduced Our Prices on air
c
30x3 1-2 and 29x4.40
Tires and Tubes
We have a complete stock and are well
able to take care of your wants
McMynn's Store
General Merchandise
Midway, B.C.
, A.wedding of local interest was
solemnized on Wednesday evening, July 14th, in Nelson, with
Ven. Archdeacon Graham officiating, when Muriel Annie, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Redpath, became the bride of
Cymryd Williams, of Blue River,
eldest son ot the late Mr. and
Mrs. Williams, of North Wales.
The happy couple are spending
their honeymoon in coast cities
and on their return will make
their home in Blue River. The
Ledge extends congratulations.
"Mr. S. B. Hamilton, chief
clerk of the Government offices at
Penticton for the past few years,
has been transferred to Greenwood, where he now takes over
the office of Gold Commissjoner,
etc. Mr. Hamilton takes the
place of Mr. P. H. McCurrach,
who has been transferred.   Mr.
Hamilton has beenvvery active in,   mi���   _      ,,   , ,    .  .   ,
many sporting activities in Pen-1 .The fire that was started by
ticton and has made numerous' hghtmng near the Lee house at
friends,who will regret his depart, j Boundary Falls last week caused
ure, while wishing him and his 'considerable worry to the ranchers
family success in their newloca- before it was finally got under
tion.''-Penticton Herald. " ?on,W ���Ab���out 8 <men were used
The funeral of John Alexander
Christian, who died in the Greenwood and District  Hospital  on
Friday morning, July 16th, ���*. from
the  effects  of  injuries received
from a Jrick from a horse, was
held at Westbridge at 9 a.m. on
Monday,   Rev.   Father  Coccola
officiating.'. It was  very largely
attended, _ the Main River  residents   being   well    represented.
Intermant took place in the old
cemetery .''above the town:   The
pallbearers were:    R;  Abel,   C.
Abel,   F. 'L.   Peterson,  W.   B.
Stewart,    F.   Tanner   and   H.
Tanner. . '    .
The death of Mr. Christian removes a real pioneer from this
province. Born in St. Anicet,
Quebec, 51 years ago, he heard
the calPof the West when he was
16 years old, coming out to stay
with his uncle, the late Joe
Christian at Kelowna. In .1900
he took up' land in Christian
Valley along with his brother Joe,
and since that time they worked
their holdings successfully together.     - "
* "Uncle Jack" as he was familiarly known was a man of excellent
habits and never had a days illness. He leaves a brother, Joseph,
and the sineerest sympathy of all
goes out to him -in his great loss.
���0.-Johnson-appeared-befdreTPr
H. McCurrach, S.M., in the Provincial police court at Greenwood
on the 10th inst., charged by the
Provincial police with operating
an unlicensed motor vehicle on
the highway. Johnson had purchased a new car about the middle
of June and continued to operate
it on the dealers license, (demonstration plate). A small fine and
costs were imposed.' ���   ~
Dominion Election
September 14th
The voters of Canada will go to
the polls in the approaching gen-
eneral election on Tuesday, Sept.
14th. Very little interest is being
taken so far in the campaign in
this section, but things will liven
up in the political arena before
long.
High School Results
to fight the flames.
As The Ledge goes to press we
are informed of the high school
examination results. The numeral
after a name indicates the number
of subjects in which the candidates were successful and the letter (s) placed after a name denotes that the candidate has been
granted one or more supple-
mentals. "The results follow:
Greenwood Centre
Greenwood Superior,School
Grade IX.���George Bryan 4,
Edward Johnson, Lancelot Kempston 6, Mary Kerr, Leo Madden
4, John McDonell, Silvia Price 4,
Jesse Puddy 4, Renie Skilton,
Annie Swanlund (s).
Grade X.���Ruby. Goodeve 4,
Cecilia Hallstrom 4, Robert
Mowat, Mildred McLaren.
Ingram Mountain. Grade IX.
���Teddy McArthur.
Private Study. Grade IX.���
Warren O'Donnell.
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Canada s Gams and Losses
Pn>p..rtlo!_..k> to lis* population Ch inula now'has tho largest favorable
trade balance-of any country ln tho "world. During Lho fiscal your ended
March III, l!)2(i, whilo Imports-of goods into Canada substantially increased,
'.tic :'.\iio."i ol' Canadian products and manufactured articles inci eased to a far
.ii.g._r nxiuiil, with the result thai daring the yoar exports exceeded imports
by ilu; hugi.- sum of $101,!;.I,-Hir>. This is the largest favorable trade balance
In ihe history of the .Dominion except in llie last of the war years, IMS, ���when
.-nonuous oxportailons of munitions and otlier war supplies at high war prices
xiolc place.
During the last fiscal year Canada not only enjoyed a favorable trade bal-
iiu-e within thc British Umpire, but if also had a favorable balance -with
ttproigii eou.'flries, iho adverse balance with the United Stales being wore than
ort'sel by favorable balances with other foreign countries. Tlie total of Canada's -foreign inula last year was $2,2ori,9S!),S(i!l. or about $250' for every man,
woman and child in tlie Dominion.
II: is this large favorable trade balance "which has contributed;so largely
to thc improvement in Canadian exchange and placed tho Canadian dollar
a i a premium in the .United Slates as .well as in other cotm trios.. It is. ji ssign
of I.lio returning prosperity,so strikingly in evidence throughout the country
sit the present lime and a promise of further ad.viu.ices in the future.
Record  Trade Balance
But while. Canada is thus mailing really remarkable progress in the mar-
lcels ol the world, it continues to suffer; heavy and fiuiio unnecessary and
.preventable losses at home. Of first importance, because, it is tlie most
Ht'j'ious, is the unnecessary loss of life from wholly preventable causes. In
previous articles in this column reference has been made to losses sustained
through disease which could be avoided by the exercise of proper precautions.
Atlention at this time may well be direct'ecUto the increasing.list of killed find
seriously injured tor life as a result of reckless automobile driving. Thc
newspapers are full of accounts of fatal motor accidents, nearly all of which
could have been avoided by the exercise of ordinary care. , Recently the Railway.'Commission of Canada issued a bulletin dealing with only one cause of
such accidents, namely, the dangerous practices of motorists and drivers of
other vehicles at railway crossings. This bulletin records the fact that the
Canadian'National and Canadian Pacific-railways' together reported 3G3 cases
of gross negligence by motorists at grade crossings within the last twelve
mouths, and those cases did not cover all crossings, but only-a selected few.
Oiie citizen is of much greater value to Canada than many thousands'oC
dollars worth of foreign lrade. Much life lost to Canada is a heavy economic'
loss to the country.
Largest Trade Balance Per Capita of
Any  Country  in the   World
Canada now has tho largest, favorable trade balance per capita ot any
country in tho world.
For the fiscal joar ended March 31,
11)26, Canada's favorable trade balance
amounted to ��-101,13-1,405, an increase
over thc previous year of $ LIS, 7 05,-
299. Only on one other occasion was
Lhc Dominion's favorable balance as
large, namely, the war year 19LS, when
it amounted to ?G62,(i37,2M. Anionic
the principal exports are agricultural
products whicli for the .12 months tinder review totalled in valuo ' over
SUOO.,000,000'. Of this amount grain and
grain products accounted for ?'JS-I,:
S-12,17G, most of which wore thc products of the fertile farm lands of
Western Canada,- whore about 100,-
000,000 acres still await cultivation, of
which 20,000,000 acres are uear railways and markets. Many of these
lands can he bought at prices ranging from ?:15 to ?20 an acre.
Neuralgia Conquered
Its Pain Destroyed
Magical
Results   Come
Apply
When    You
NERVILINE
It Acts Quickly
Mr. W. T. Cretin way, formerly connected with tho Guide newspaper staff,
has written: "For twenty years Te
have used Nerviline in our homo, and
not for the world would we be without
it. As a remedy for all pain, earache,
toothache, .cramps and disordered
stomach, I lmow of no preparation so
useful and quick to relieve as Nerviline." Remember this, wherever
there is pain, rub on Nerviline, :uifl
you will get prompt results���35c at all
dealers.
Another source ofToss i.s brought to public attention every summer when
llie papers are filled with reports of disastrous forest tires in which the growth
of centuries is wiped out and untold millions: of dollars of timber destroyed.
Sonic of IheseTircs arc started..by lightning or-other natural causes, hut many
are the direct result of carelessness on Lhe part of campers and others.       7
It is not througli forest fires alones that Canada suffers.   "The fire fiend
is at work throughout the Dominion every d<iy in the year,
.thai Uie per capita* fire'loss of Canada ranks among the highest in the world.
Taking Canada as a whole, the annual fire loss is slowly decreasing, having
dropped from $54,890,000 hi 1922 to 548.282,000 in192;:, ft5,9(i<i,000 in; 192-1 and
"��-.10,7.12,000 'in'1920. But this decrease has been largely effected in Ontario
an.l Quebec, the decrease in the former province in the four years being over
g��S,000,0'00 and in Quebec ne:irly>-i,000,000. The record of the four Western
Provinces offers an unfavorable contrast. Fire losses west of the Croat
Lukes were ?ll,768,00b in' 1022, rising to ?13,SGD,000 in .1023, ?1.3,672;000 in
' m-J-l, and $12,508,000 in 1920. .Saskatchewan, Alberta and. Rrilish Columbia
all sustained heavier fire losses in 1925.than iu. 1922, while Manitoba showed a
decrease.      -."'.... '   ..'        ' . ���
Tlie besetting sins of-far too great a*proporlion of people in tills age and
counlry are wastefulness, carelessness,; recklessness, culminating- in a disregard for consequence's, and inevitably resulting not only in Individual and
nalional economic loss, but in untold suffering and much loss of life.
Ship Alberta Coal By Water
Claim Saving of $3.50 on Coal by the
Lake Route
An appreciable reduction in tlie cost
of delivery o'f..Alberia coal to the Ontario consumer ca 11 bo effected by the
employment, of waterbound carriage,
according to the claims of a deputation from Owen Sound, Onlario. Headed by M. R. Duncan, ex-CI*, for North
Grey, which waited on Premier
Ttoivard Ferguson to urge the government to make' repre'seulalions whereby the claims will be investigated by
the-federal authorities.before any rcr
wilh.the-result'! p0l'L is, filea, on lho haulage rales in
'question.'. 7 .
II was slatedi.iliaL by shipping Alberta coal by water,-the price "lata
down" in Ontario would be ?ll.50 per
ton, whereas, under the tqiin liaula-gi;
arrangements which prevailed, last
wiuter,t>tlie cost would be about $Lts
per Lou.
To Stop Rum Running
Britain   to   Co-operate   With   American Officials to Discourage Trans-
Atlantic Bootlegging
Urilish    officials    will  confer with
General  Lincoln C. Andrews, chief of
the" prohibition enforcement service of
tlio United States,   who' is   visiting
England  to obtain   the  complete  cooperation of the British  Government
in    discouraging   the    trans-Atlantic
bootlegging as well   as   rum-running
between  the United  Sla'tcs,  Ihe  Bahamas and Canada.
ft is emphasized that no new liquor
treaty is to be expected as an outcome
of General Andrews' visit, ��� The United Stales enforcement oflicials are
understood to desire ouly .to work ln
greater detail than at present tho arrangements now in force, for decreasing liquor smuggling, They also desire to perfect a system! of exchanging
Information which will keep llie prohibition authorities in close louch with
rum running cargoes leaving Uritish
shores.
Tho British Government has indicated willingness to co-operate with
the enforcement authorities in the following three ways:
1���United Stales cullers will be
pormitLed to enter Uritish territorial
waters in tlie Bahamas.
2���Transfers to lhe British Hag of
vessels intended for the smuggling
trade will be prevented.
'J���Ship masters will bc prosecuted
for making false declarations regarding their .destination,
Commands  Cruiser  Repulse
Capt Evans Has Many Noteworthy
Achievements to  His  Credit
Captain ]__. 11. Kvans. C.B., D.S.O.,
was recently appointed to the command, of the battle cruiser Tlopulse, in
which thc Prince of Wales made his
tour to, Africa and South America.
Captain Evans' achievements in
Antarctic exploration will be easily
remembered. Ife took over the command of the 19 L2 expedition after
the death of Captain Scott. He.
commanded the Broks in 1917, when
with the Swift he engaged and defeated six German destroyers. Five
yolirs ago he was awarded a special
gold medal by the Royal Humane Society for saving life at a disaster In
the China seas.
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REMEMBER, flies are more than troublesome.
They come from filth to food. Get rid of them
with Flit.
Flit spray clears your homejn a few minutes of disease-bearing liies and mosquitoes. It is clean, safe
and easy to use.
Kills AH Household Insects
Flit spray also destroys hed bugs, roaches and ants". It searches
out the cracks-and crevices where they hide and breed/and
destroys insects and their eggs. Spray Flit on your garments.'
Plit kills moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive
tests showed that Flit spray did not stain the most delicate
fabrics. '
Tlit is the result of exhaustive research by expert entomologists and chemists. It is harmless to mankind. Flit has
replaced the old methods because it kills all the insects���and
���does it quickly. Get a Fiit can and sprayer today.  '
STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY)
Distributed in Canada by Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Toronto.
DESTROYS
Flies  Mosquitoes  Moths
Ants   Bed Bugs  Roaches
"The yellow can with thp
black band"
Cost Of Britain's Coal Strike
Budget Estimate of $17,165,000 Has
W -Been Made Necessary
���'['a supplementary budget estimate of
?l7.160,000. made necessary by the
coal and general strikes in Britain was
announced by the government.
Of tiie total estimate $15,000,000 Is
.necessary for-tin;1 ,. purchase _ol\ ~ini-
porlcd coal on the government account. This is done for .{.he purpose
of 'maintaining supplies to public
utilities and otlier essential undertakings. This coal will bc sold at a
���prjcfc covering the total costs, and
receipts derived from''its sales wiil
be used for additional purchases.
The remaining $2,165,000 on llie supplementary estimate'-was minlo necessary by Uie general .strike. This
kern includes (lie following specific
expenditures: . Food - organizations,
��5115.000; transport organizations,
3100,000; coal organizations, $175,000;
publication of tlie P.rilish Gazelle, of-.
ficl.il newspaper, $S0,000; for civil
constabulary reserve, $_525,000; for
police, $500,000.*
The  British Temperament
Important Facts Which Stan.d Out In
Connection With the Recent
. Strike
.Two great facts hf connection villi
tbe general strike' should be appreciated* by people overseas. The first
is that, the* ideas-of tlie great mass or
Tlriti'sh citizens' are -sound, -sensible
aiul moderate. Sooner or later resort is had to reasoning rather Ilia ii/to
violence: wherein is seen tlie fundamental' difference between -the British
temperament and that prevailing in
certain other countries. The second
fact is that in defence of common
rights and privileges, nil classes-will
at once unite. Our love of liberty aiuf
justice, our pride in Ihe Uritish Until-
lions and ideals, make highly repugnant to us the usurpations of dlc-
torltil minorities.���Kmpire Mail;
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Canada   Colonization  Association
Valuable Work Performed _ By This
Organization In Western Canada
The annual report of the Canada
Colonization Association, which organization is operated without profit ot
any kind as a subsidiary of thc Canadian Pacific Railway ror the settlement
uf fully or partially improved private-
ly-owned/ lands along lhe lines of the
.railroad in the prairie provinces, furnishes further testimony as. to the
valuable colonization work which Is
being performed by the organization
and lhc increasing reliance which is
being placed in il by (hose seeking
satisfactory farm settlement.
Battle With Sharks
Seaman   Falls Overboard  in   Tropical'
Sea and Has Thrilling Adventure
A thrilling story of a two-hour fight
fur life against sharks and birds of
prey in"the pitch darkness of a tropical sea at midnight was told by officers of the British steamer Ripley
Castle.
The big 'freighter was just south of
Lhe equator bound from Philadelphia
to .Capetown when Tony Madison, 26-
year-old seamau, lost his balance and
foil into tjio water.
In the darkness his fall was unob-'
served audi he was not missed until an
hours later when the ship put about'
In its last fiscal.year, which ended.and slowly retraced its course.
In    the   morning, faint' cries vera
hoard.     Two buoys with .flares "were
tossed overboard and   Madison was
on" May 31st, the association was re
.1
Cheats Executioner
This   New   Brunswick   Woman
Restored by Dr. Williams'
In 1025 Ontario's drink bill was $5,-
01-1,000 and Quebec's ?17,620,000.
Slather significant Isn't it?
October has the highest., record
colds, while June has the lowest.
lor
Away from Home
You need protection from illness
caused by change of-water, food
or climate.   Carry a bottle of
Chamberfain's Colic &
First Public Appearance
Master. George Lascelles, tlio King's
eldest grandson, has just made, at tlie
tender age of three, his first appearance at a public function. His mother
aud father, Princess Mary and. Viscount Lascelles, took liini* lo Olympia
to see the international horse sliow.
Pink Pills
Mrs. James Uelyea, Urown's Pint,
N.B., says:���"! am writing to tell yoa
the great good I had through the
timely, use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
My health had failed and 1 was troubled with great, weakness. 1 had no
appetite -and . frequently. had dizzy
spells. The least exertion would
make ray heart palpitate violently and
I felttired. at all times. .1 had <l��c-
toretl' a great ;;deal without, getting
nuicli "relief,'and was feeling greatly
discouraged when I finally decided to
try 'Dr. Williams'. Piuk Pills. The
happy results following the use <if
this medicine can best be summed im
by .saying that 1 am again perfeelly
well, able to do my housework antl
enjoy life.orice more. ' 1 feel it u duty
to recommend. Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills to all wealc people."
If you have any, or all, of thc
symptoms above noted, do not dtslay,
begin-treatment al once wiih J)r. "Williams' Pink Pills. Vou will be aiu-
prlsed to note Ihe improvement in
your condition aHer a few weeks. Toil'
cau get these pills througli any dealer in medicine or hy mail al 50 rpiita
a box from the Dr. Williams' Medteino
Co., Brockville, Onl. If you will
send vour name and address a littlo
booklet, "Building Up the Blood," will
be sent free.
Cuban  Sentenced to ��� Die  by Garrote
; Method Hangs Himself
I Faced with deatlis in lho terrible
ttarrole, Secuudio llosales, 'convicted
with Abelardo Noa of kidnapping it
wealthy Cuban, hanged himself In his
cell at Ctego de Avila, in the iirovlnce
ol,7Santa_Clara7"CubaTwhci,e~lie_wa8
held awaiting sentence.
'On June 30'last, his fellow kidnapper, Ooa, also commuted suicide in the
same way, antl for the same reason���
fear of the Garrote.
:An active campaign is being waged
in Cuba to. abolish tho' Garrote as a
method of execution.  .
sponsible for setlling 613" families on
150,555 acres of land iu the.Canadian
west, as compared with a. settlement
of G'iZ families on 183,37\ acres in the
preceding year.' It is conservatively
estimated that the total of land aiid
equipment transactions in the two
years was iu the neighborhood of.on liim.
? 15,000,000. It is interesting to note
that in its last month of operation 67,-
JS'J acres of land were sell led hy 21)7
families,  102' iu Alberta, 99_ in Manl-
soen. struggling ln the water. When
lho seaman'was pulled aboard, botti
legs were bleeding from sliark bites
and his face was toru and. pecked by
great birds which had swarmed down
Veterans On the Land
Soldier Settlement Scheme is Showing
Good Results
Of the ? 100,000,000 advanced by thc
Federal Govcrninenl to veterans of the
great Wjir placed on fanning land, ?30,-
000,000"has already been returned to
tho Dominion's treasury, according to
Major John Panictl, of the soldiers'
settlement board. Major Burnett
furtlier stated that the government's
.scheme was showing promising results
and that 30,00- Oej'-soltliers were now
helping to cultivate Canada's vast
farming areas.
lobu. and 06 in Saskatchewan,-through
the luslrunientulHy of the association.
The services which the Canada Colonization Association is able to render new arrivals seeking farm settlement under the most favorable conditions are steadily widening with the
increasing number of colonization
boards which are springing into existence In Western Canada for Llie moro
intensive settlement of their districts,
and which are co-operaling with the
association and'placing complete and
reliable information' on land settle;,
ment opporluuilios in its hands. At
the closing of its fiscal year the Canada Colonization Association had listed opportunities for- settlement on
farms on the assisted plan for 721
families on :175,33G acres of land In
Western Canada, the greater part of
which had been inspected by tho staff
of lho. association, Included in this
was 3,830 acres available for the groui��
solllement of seveuteen families.
Miller's Worm Powders are sweet
and palatable to children, who show
no hesitancy-in taking.them.     Tliey
_wil]_certainly_l>rlng^worni_troubles-tO-
an end. They aro a strengthening
and stimulating medicine, correcting
the disorders of digestion that the
worms cause and imparling a healthy
tone to the system most beneficial to
development..-: ������       ""*'.,
Coriis cannot-exist when Holloway's
Corn Remover is applied to them, because it goes to the root and kills tho
growth.-       -"".��� ' :    '
New Plants Registered
Four new plants have recently been,
a'dcled to the record list maintained by
j the plant registration committee of the
] Canadian Horticultural- Council. These
! include 'the loganberry "Logarno," a
Ithornless variety discovered last year
I in British Columbia; a new peach nam-
j    ��� .':  .���-.' ��� "  "led "Soutli Haven," originated as a bud
THE NEW FRENCH bemedv. N0.1       sport, the  apple "Reveller" and thc
nxct
THERAPION
No.Z
Wist, I D ��*��������*"���*�������� i^if iJNo,3
Wc I for Bladder Catarrh. Mo. a for Blood ft
���kin DImbsm. Mo.3 forChronloW��a.kn��iies
Bold Ir leading ChemisiS. or return mall from
B*.L*ClIKCM��d.C��.IUr��otocl.Rd.NW.iLo..c_o��
VV.    N.    U.     16^8
tulip "Dean Clement." These plants
will be given special study with a view
to their full registration.
1 Minard's Liniment -for all paina
Four Months' Immigration
An Increase of 81 Per Cent. Over
Figures For Last Year
A 'compilation, of immigration tu
Canada for .the first four months oj
the calendar year 3926 shows an increase of 81 per cent. over, thc saniu
four months in 1925. The actual flg-
iires.are 3D,'l-i2"in four months ��Mills
year compared with 21,776 in tbe
same period a year ago. There iiava
been increases in every month of-the
year nfeging'from 1G per cent, in January to 132 -per cent, in March. Pot
tiie--four-'months in question Brilisn
Immigration increased from 0,310 to
13,923; immigration from the United
States increased from 4,778 to 5,78 f,
and from other countries increased
from 7,679 to 19,722.
Fickle Fashion Affects Trade
That the instability of industries
may oft en be attributed to fickleness
of fashions is evidenced by the fact
thai shingling has, naturally, killed
the hairpin trade, and seriously reduced hairbrush sales-. Owing lo the
"slip-on" dress, button makers have
seen dwindling profits for the last
three or four years, whilst hooks and
eyes have vanished, of course.
May Visit Australia
Premier Stanley Bruce, of Australia,
declared, that aniangements were nearly completed for the visi^'of a mem- ���
ber of the "royal "family t6-perCorhi thcr
ceremonies at the opening of tho-parliament in the new capital, Canberra.
He anticipated lhat thc Duke of York
would visit- Australia for the purpose.
 . j
Enlarge Oil Refineries
The Alberta He-fineries, Ltd.- one of
the newest of Edmonton's,-industries,
announces that It will double its oil
refining capacity.
One trouble with the "still small
voice" is its emphatic way of refusing
to keep still.
Minard's/Liniment for Sore fo**
Asthma!
Spread Minard's on brown paper
and apply to' the throat. Also
inhale.     Quick relief assured.
A Youthful Candidate
Farquhar It. Oliver, of Artemsla
Township, Ont., who lias been nominated in South Grey as the Progressive
candidate for the Ontario Legislature,
is known locally.as the boy wonder in
the political world. He is only 21
years of age bul has already had< considerable campaigning experience as
lieutenant to Miss Agnes MacPhail in
hei-lasi race for the House of Commons, Young Oliver is -a nephew of
Premier John Oliver, of British
Columbia. .. -
FOR
ii
?f
MOTHERS SHOULD USE
������ikyy***mmmWUB**yx^0*-
The man who keeps an eye on the
line separating obstinacy from independence will save himself a lot ot
trouble.
Flattery consists in having your
secret opinion of yourself expressed
in- the language of- others.
)M&timwB
wMMmB
The pulling power of an ordinary
railroad engine' equals that of 900
horses.
This valuable preparation has beea
on the market for over 80 years, and
has no equal for offsetting the vomiting, purging and^iarrhcea of cholera
infantum.    .
Put up onlv bj Tha T. Milburu Ca,
Limited, Toroato, Oat THE   LEDGE, - GrJ3UN WOOD,   B. d
/ ,
Sandwiches without mustard are insipid. Open
them and spread Keen's Mustard on the filling and
���what .a difference!
Mustard is always
at its best when
freshly mixed with
cold water.
433
Leniency That
igerous
Anglo-American  Goodwill
Those Peace Pilgrims
_ _ ���,_^
j Never Pays to Laugh at People Who
j      Are Willing to Suffer For Their
| Convictions
j Hold \oiir laugh'tor, skeptics.' J)o
| not mock 100 quickly those very en-
lluisiaslic ladies who marched from all
Paris of Knglanil, Scotland and Wales
and centred in Hyde Park to tell lhc
men who run llie Iiriiish Km pire lhat
Ihey wain peace���and wain concilia-
lion and arbitral ion in ali'disptuov; as a
means to peace, alihotigh Ihai. outright
policy i.s not, onlirelj lo ihe lilting ol
I lie foreign nflii'c.
Do jioi. we say, laugh too quickly.
Kemeniber ���lie ladies who .started In j
all kinds oi places and in till kinds ofj:
vveallier in February, in The year or;
grace ono thousand nine hundred and!
Parole  Board Accused  of Tempering
Too Much Mercy With Justice
It is lho function ol parole boards land the purl ii scums destined to play
Wclfare of thc  World   Dcpelie's Upon
Friendship of Great Britain
and U. Si
Much inlei-oHL is attaching to coin-
menU concerning l|i<;    Unilwl    Slates
Will kill many times more flies
for' the money than any other
fly killer. Each pad will Icill flies
all day, every day, i'or three
weeks. At all Grocers, Druggists and General Stores ���
10c and 25c per package.
U. S. History Re-Written
Ihlrii'i-n, and  irudgcd    weary    niliuhj Revised Histories For Use In Amcri-
to temper juslico with mercy. AVhen
Uie -couris ol justice have decided'
thai a convicted criminal must be
punished for his crime and decreed
that he shall be imprisoned for a certain period, the parole board steps in,
examines that criminal and his record, and may .bring about his release
long before his period ol* imprisonment has expired. Its molive for this
exercise of mercy is thai in,lis,opinion
lhe criminal has been reformed and
-will.no longer be a menace (o society
in world politics, from tho pen of J. L.
tJai'i'in, the well-known- editor of llie
London Observer. Declaring thai the
United Stales is a giant amongst iho
nations, Mr. tlarvin proceeds lo pronounce un eulogy upon Uncle Sam by
way of-.enforcing lhe thesis that the
future welfare of world politics dtv
pend/i upon' the inlermitioiral comity
of English-speaking peoples. In lri-s
view, the golden key to commercial
prosperity, fiscal balance and ruslor-
ation and peaceful security, is a part-
oror rugged, or muddy roads'to deinoi
f-traic in Washington Ior women's sur-
Iragc at the lirsi inauguration ol
Wood row Wilson, Vou may snail a
question about what good lhe vole (lit!
them when tlie.v got il. jtisi a.s you
may snarl another question whether
I hose Uritish ladies will like peace
when tliey get it. Jlul your question
coming jaggedly out of the side of your
mouth, will'bo beside the poinl. ���
-The poi in, is ihat, it never pays to
discount people who are willing to
suffer aiul 'strain for their convictions, however ridiculous they be or
you happen to think they be.���Ualtl-
nioru Sun.
There would' be no objection to this nerslilp   between    Great .Britain and
procedure if the judgmeul of the parole
board wcrc always infallible. But
sometimes serious mistakes are made,
'wiih Ihe result that the criminal records are enriched and society suffers.
This at least is the declared opinion
of the Chief Constables' Association ol
' Canada. The association appointed a
special committee to investigate the
general results of interference by the
Ontario parole board with the course
of justice, aud that committee has reported to the effect that the records
show hat in many insances lliesc results are bad. Hardened, criminals
liave been released wit hit/30 days of
the commencement of long sentences
-tind have promptly resumed their
criminal practices. Inspector Wallace, of Toronto, declares lhat since
this' system began, crime, has multiplied many fold. My its means "Canada has. I liken the road which has
brought disastrous results in the United States." The association approved, of the report wifhoul a dissenlient
��� voice.
Naturally the men  whoso lile-duly
Aniericans. And- next to this great,
coiistruclive idea, which Mr. Garvin
opines musl needs become a realily
of the world's morro^v, stands jhe
(ask of, forming the "United States of
Europe." ' The latter, it is urged,
rests very largely upon .the reciprocity and mutual understanding between TCnglaud and Uie United State.?.
Says Mr" Garvin': "With all its present wealth and power, America is only
half-way to full development.". AVhen
the ago of maturity is reached this
writer envisages a nation- of more,
ihan double ,lhe present population
of the'United States, a .land .of some
three" hundred million souls, now
rapidly approaching as large a num-
.ber of millions as it has experienced
years of independence. Tlie moral
deduced -from ihese figures and the
ramifica-t-icins of American commerce,
which Mr. Garvin points out, controls
over twenty per cent, of llm world
vUieni supply, over'forty por cent, or'
Its coal, over fifty per cent, of its cov
ron aud copper, antl over seven ly pee
.cenl. of its oil, is that Uncl�� Sam and
Good  Paying Investment
Britain
can Public Schools
Antagonism lo Urilain has been a
dominating note in lho public school
histories of many of the United States
down through a cenlury. - George III.
lias been the hole noir of the American common school.     I3raddock, Btir-
goyno nnd. Cornwallls have been fair
<
to middling ogn-s and the Boston tors,
parly has boon a prank lo rank will)
Pickett's charge. This has all been
natural, considering the J'raiJry of human'nature, whether American or Canadian.
Now it appears lha( a m.w group ol
histories of the United States, for use
in the public schools, is making its appearance. Tiie world war put Ihe ohl
geographies in the. same class as a
car willioul a- self-stnrler and it made
(lie old school histories as. out o^dato
as a phonograph with a horn. The
histories, it would, seem from various
reviews of them we notice in The
American papers, have considerably
lines    of   anlagonism.
Hygenic Clothing
Modern Dress Tends to Lengthen the
Lives of Fair Sex
Alter a great many peoplo inveighing against the modern dress of women, and declaring all sons ol* Inw--
rid things about short skirts, shingled
heads, no corsets, etc., f happened to
see an article ihc other day in which
some kiud and   sympathetic   gentlemen, several of them, said that  the
present-day dress Is the most sensible
that women have ever worn.     In fact
one authority states that when women
shortened Iheir skirts they longlhoned
their lives, because long skirls wcrc so
bad for liioni.     I can't help fouling
a sort of shrinking hope that wumon
won't  lengthen their lives any more
it shortening skirls is the way to It.
The  poSr little  things���-J* mean   lhe
skirls, you know���haven't got much
moro Ihan (hey can spare.     Also I
read   Iho   small   amount   of   under
garments  that (women  wear now  Is
conducive to health, and not the reverse;  and if men would only take
example  by  us,  and scrap  half  Hie
garments tliey wear, thoy might pui
live years on to their lives.     It is all
so pleasant aud satisfactory to know
that we are walking on lhe right roaa,
isn't il ? and making progress.���Glasgow Herald.
Has   Large   Revenue ' From
Shares In Suez Canal
The Kmpress l-Jugenie of Franco was
ono    of- the   first passengers taken
through the Suez Canal when it. was
ollicially opened to traflic in 1869. She {upset Hie old
was  aboard   the .first  vessel  passed!Britain comes.in for more friendly -al-
Disraeli's purchase of tliejtention.     The.     Kaiser     takes     fat
Free Doo&let 021
fb.e cai^e and
feeding of IraMes
Sexid for if ���
/3orde<n4
EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk
The Borden Co., Limited
"    MONTREAL   *      13-2!
Artificial Vitamines
Hidden Beauty In An Opal
Colors
Important Discovery is Claimed to
Have Been Made in Germany'
The discovery of a method ol producing vitamines artificially is reporl-
ed to have been made by three scientists, whereby It is possible to impregnate various foodstuffs with riia-
mines..
For the present, the names of the
scientists have not been made public,
for the particular reason, it is stated,
that In the next few days Leipsic Uni-
[versily will .issue important details of
the discovery.
be
ihrough
shares in fhe Suez Canal whicli had
been held by Lhe Khedive of Egypt, bn
November 25, 1875, was considered
his boldest and, timeliest stroke. By
this move Great Tirifain's posifioo In
Kgypl and the Near East was greatly
strengthened. Not only was Franco
curbed but the British nation received an investment thai has more than
quadrupled in capital value during, the
iiffy years thai have-elapsed'.
il i.s to light crime and criminals at) .-John Bull in active partnership can
close range have a point of view dir- diulale the world-wide influence of the
forent from I hat, of oflicials wlio look English-speaking"'' iialions,' and by
upon criminals as men and brethren | mutual co-operation can secure world
who have temporarilyjrone astray and _ peace. Air. Garvin regards the iJrrt-
need aid and guidance in getting back ...h-American " entente a.s rhe spinal
i>n the right path.- Each of these at-[column of iiilornaLionalisin governliu?
litudes is needed and desirable; both i^> -whole body politic.
are  wrong'only  when  they are  too
strongly stressed.     Il is necessary In
On the oilier hand it is recognized
today thai to enjoy what we possess,
Where, Canada Leads
Has Fewer Years of Depression Than
That of Any Other Country
Canada \leads- the tuitions ol ihe
world in flic proportion of years ot
prosperity to years of depression, says
a reporl now in preparation by the
National Hureau ol Economic Research, Lid., an American .organization. Covering lhe period. 1SS-I-1.92I,
Canada shows .l.SG years of prosperity
per year of depression. The United
Stales comes next on the list with I.7SI
years of prosperity per year of depression, covering the period 1S90-I92:!.
George's place in Iho ducking pool:
Von Tirpltz and one TIIu.denl.urg now
outrank, as objects of scorn, .those
other Germans who drank much Christian liquor the night that Washington
crossed th'e Delaware.
AVe wonder what some Anglophobo
newspapers think of the new his lories. Perhaps Ihey liave not seen them
yet, their editors being more interested in di cores, scandals, bobbed hair
and hootch, evidences of modern clv-
ilizalion, than in ihe records of other
���days.���Financial Post.
n  This Gem Are Said to
Never Twice Alike
The opal is now one of the most
popular gems, and women who have
always been superstitious about opals
are now buying lliem..
"People realize at'last that there is
hidden beauty in an opal," said the
manager of one of the largest jewellers in' London.
"If ""you   look steadily into an opal
you notice ihat the colors are never
twice alike, and ono can   almost
the internal fire.
"One ' particular specimen of tk's
stone which is selling well, looks almost like theeyes of a tiger.
"lilack opals are also very popular.
Those come from Ceylon.
" ''The opal is an afternoon slouc, and
diamonds, pearls, "and emeralds are
worn in the, evening. No woman who
wishes to bo iu the height of fashion
would, wear an opal ring in lhe evening."    '    ,
RED HOT JULY DAYS
HARD ON THE BABY
the Interests of society that the ends jialions musl pull together in frienc-
of justice be served. if is frite also; sJiiii. Sonic who road Mr. Garvin's
that-"earthly power doth then show J pronouncement will���not unjustifiably
Iikesl God's when mercy seasons jus-'���deem him as over-sanguine, and in-
lice."-    Put   'lio   fault  found  bv 1)icir>ii_m  tn  t<>-��_ivn_riini.>i_ii;_Jc_���___������_���*irn~i
-cliiQf~consiilbl<?jrisFThat the seasoning
Is so abundant that if spoils ihc (juar-
jly of the justice. There may be
something in that.���Hamilton Iferald.
'*  t.
the  fault found b.v^fhc_i_GliiLe_tf)rigrioi'C-d,iniciillitis-fliaL-_caii
not., be blinked.     Tremendous diflicul-
ties  there are,  and  many niisundei-
standings to be cleared away, many
shop-worn .prejudices lo ,bo removed,
ere lhe entente this   London   editor
^Sowing machines were round to'be'hopes for can realize its possibilities.
(he most popular labor-saving devices j A'ef tlie vast range of Englisli-speaic-
in a typical counlry district surveyed ling IradItions asvrepresented" in  the
""" "        "        United Slates and Great .Britain only
emphasizes llie central poinl ol* Mr.
Garvin's plea", to'wii. that ���.Tollu Bun
and Uncle Sam should merge their energies in behalf of the comity ol nations and the international chain of
friendship.���Itegina, Post. ~   .
n Ohio.     Eighly-eighf out "of a hundred homes owned ihem, '
OPERATION FOB
:. PENN
She Escaped It by Taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Windsor, Ont. -"After tho birth of
my first baby I was very much rundown in health fand the doctor said I
��� must liave an operation a.s I was
sud'entitf' -from a displacement. A
friend wanted me to try your medicine���Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound���and I took it steadily for
a year. During this timc I was carrying mv second baby and I felt real
well all the time and did not havc a
hard confinement. I feel sure the
Vegetable Compound did me a lot bf
good, and all my people do, too. One
sister in Leamington, Ontario, takes
it, and both sisters praise it as a good
medicine. I am more than pleased
with the result."-Mrs. W. Penn,
AVindsor, Ontario.
Mrs. Corbin Relieved from Pain
Stewiacke, N. S.��� 'T had pains
across my back and in my side for two
years after my first baby was born.
My mother had taken Lydia E. Pink-
' ham's Vegetable Compound and I
read about it in the papers, so I tried
it and the pains all left me. I have
a family of three children now, and
the medicine helped me during thc
months before they were born. I recommend it to my friends."���Mrs.
Caby W. Corbin, Main Street Stew-
iccke, Nora Scotia. 0
A Matter Of Conscience
Doll Oldest Known Toy
" Among'pruclicaily all nations, from
lhe-remotest of antiquity, tho doll is
hehM-pJ ia veUieen-th e- oldest-o f- toys:
It soeins lo have figured as a plaything for the youngsters in every land
and ainong all manner of peoples. Kdward Lowell of London has made a
collect ioti of, dolls an it has one in it
said ro bc -1,000 years old. ft was
found in an TCgyptian tomb.-
Historic House For li. S.
Transferring History From England to
the United States
The Chantry House, Hillericay. Esse*, the :16th century residence of
Christopher Martin, one of the leaders of the Pilgrim Fathers, has been
sold iu Loudon to .an American for
��10,000. The house will be removed, to Boston, where the Pilgrim
Fathers landed, and re-erected there.
The' Pilgrims all assembled in this
house before enibarkiug in the Mayflower. Earliur in llie year another
historic  Knglish residence.,   Warwick
July���lhe month of oppressive heat;
red-hoi days and sweltering nights; is
extremely hard on little ones.    .Diarrhoea, dysentery, colic and cholera infantum carry off thousands of precious
littlo Jives every summer.- The mother
must be constantly on her guard to
prevent these troubles, or if they come,
see on suddenly to fight them.    No other
medicine is of such  aid to mothers
during, the hot summer as is Baby's
Own   Tablets.     They   regulate   the
bowels and stomach, ancl an occasional
dose given to the well child will pre-,
rent summer complaint,   or   if   the
trouble does come ou suddenly win
banish it.     Thp Tablets arc sold by'
medicine  dealers  or  by mail  at  25
cents a box from Thc Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, ,Ont. \
The Family Physician.���Thc good
doctor is always worth his fee. But
it is not always possible to get a doctor just when you'want him. In such
cases, common sense suggests thc use
of reliable home remedies, such as Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which is wonderfully effective in easing inflammatory pains and healing" cut;i,
scratches, bruises ancl sprains. The
presence of this remedy In the family
medicine dies I saves'many a fee.
Little Helps For This Week
i heart,
Priory, was sold ancl .sliippcd_ioj.an-i���-.
Trust   In    the   Lord with all thino
aud lean uot unlo_fhine_own.
Britain's Radio Fog Signal
Apparatus Controlled by Wireless Has   ���
Been_Perfected
The perfection of a fog-signallinj.
apparatus, controlled by wireless, -for
use in places where it is too expensive
or otherwise impracticable to maintain ,
and attend lighthouses, is announced
by the Marconi Company.
The first wireless-controlled fog signal has been established in the Firtn
of Clyde, Scotland. When a fog Is -
observed from the central station, the
keeper sends out wireless impulses
which start a gun firing once every
twenty seconds until the keeper stops
it by another set of wireless .impulses.
The invention Is expected Lo greatly
reduce the expense of maintaining fog	
signals:" ' < ,
Hardly Seems Enough ���
The coin mon garden snail has 1,500
le.elfi while the great black slug' has
more thaii' 30.000 of them. The snail's
teeth are found in rows on ils long
longue and are replaced when worn
out by olher'leeth growing just beneath.
\ ____________
American purchaser: and Agccroft
liall, near Manchester, was similarly
purchased.^ lloyton Hall, thc home
for more, than 400 years of tho Byron
family, Js stated to be in danger of
following them, an offer having been
received by,its owner, Dr. J. T, Godfrey, from an American.
. No'child should be flowed to. suffer
an hour from worms when prompt, relief can be got in a simple but strong
remedy���Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,    -'
An Unexpected Response is Made to
An-Urgent Appeal
A counlry clergyman had lost his
umbrella iu church, and was'.much
upsel. li was not so much lhc loss
of the umbrella lhat pained hiin, as
he was at pains io explain 'to his
friends, bul lhe thought thai any of
his Hock should descend to such a
thing.
flo addressed 'the congregation on
the following Sunday and 'lold I hem
of Ills loss.
"I do not expect the thief to 'reveal
himself here," he remarked, "bui. I do
hope il will be returned to me in some
way.' ' May I suggeste that whoever
has it.ihrows if over my garden wall
tomol-row morning.
The following clay twenty umbrellas
were found reposing on the lawn-*
Luke Superior, the largest expanso
of fresh waler in lhe world, has an
area of 'ilfiOO square miles.
Of Ihe
r.s6S,aoij
live per cenl
The Keyless Lock
understanding.     Prov, iii., 5.
Oh let Thy sacred will
All Thy delight in hie fulfill!
Le| me not think an action mine own
way,
Bul as Thy -love shall sway,
Resigning up Ihe rudder to Thy skill.
���George Herbert.
Our lielni is given np to a better
guidance than our own. The course
of events is quite loo strong for anj
helmsman; and our little wherry i.s
taken in two by tlie ship of the Great
Admiral, which.knows tho way, and
has thc force to draw men and states
and planets lo their good.
���Ralph Waldo Rmerson.
Is Fitted With a Combination Like'a
Safe s
Something new in the way o'f Jocks
is the keyless style.     'Phis invention
works with a combination like thai of
8,78S.J!00 people in Canada,!" Kite, ancl  Lhus saves lhe carrying
are of 1-iritish  stock���fifty- |<)f :i bulky key.
The combination is controlled by a
series of ten rings along tlie edge ol
the lock, capable of l,0:M combinations
ot* whicli the owner' may take Iiis
choice. Since it'is worked by (ouch
lhe owner can, after a little practice,
open it In the dark. No remedy Is
suggested In case the owner forgets
the combination.���Popular Science
.Monthly.
Yoltr Home Medicine Chest.���Am our
the standard household remedies that
should always bo on hand in , your
home medicine chest, none is more inv
���portanl than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil. Its manifold usefulness in relieving pain and healing sickness Is
known by many thousands throughout
the land. Always uso Dr. Thomas''
Eclectric Oil i'or relieving rheumatic,
aud sciatica pains, treating sore
throats ahd chests, coughs, burns,
scalds, cuts, bruises and- sprains'.
Delicate instruments have been invented which enable mi aviator to
steer safely to a given poinl in trio
thickest fog.
Lady Wallace Graham Dead
News was received at Halifax of
the death' at her home In Berkhamp-
slead., England, of Lady' Graham,
widow of Sir "Wallace Graham,
a former chief justice of Nova Scottyf
who died in 1917.
W-   N.   U.   1638
Tho  average cost of picking, haul ing,
washing and packing a box of oranges
ia about forty cents, and this does not
jinclude the eost~of growing.
"I hear you're   moving   neareV   fo
London, McTavish.     How's that?"
"Ma crystal set's na loud enough.
Cuticura Preparations
For All The Family
For generations Cuticura Soap
and Ointment have afforded the
purest, sweetest and most satisfactory method of promoting and
maintaining a healthy condition of
skin and scalp. Tender-faced mtn
find the freely-lathering Cuticura
Shaving Stick a necessity.- Cuticura
Talcum is an Ideal powder, cooling
and refreshing.
Sunplt S��e*h Free ty Mill. AdJrcM Canadian
Depot: "SUnhMM, ltd, Montreal" Price,Soap
25e. Ointment 25 jrod 60c. Ttlcosn ZSc.
Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c,
Canada saves twenty-seven million
tons of coal a year through the use of
water power, il I.s estimated.
Cause For Sorrow
Sniall Uoy: "What was the name of
thc    last    station    we    stopped    al,
mother?"
Mother: "I donT know.     Be quiet."
"It's a piiy you don't know, mother,
because Johnnie got oui of tho trala
thero."
Minard's Liniment for Rheumatism
"Alberta Lumber Production
Lumber production in  Alberta last
year was valued at $SIJ,000. according
to finally revised figures Issued by (hi��
bureau of statislics.
700.000 feet of lumber was cut.
A^Hard Task
The absent-minded drawing-master
hailed a cab a I the deserted village
station. When the cab came up he'
stopcl for a few minutes looking at the
horse. Suddenly pointinft to ii.�� he J
demanded: . [
"What is lhat?" -   j
"A horse, sir." growled the cabby.
"Then rub it out and do H again,
sir," said the drawing-master.
K2SKS_
Guards Flavour
Of Your Meat
>A<
���N
���N
Strong in fibre���yet light in weight���Hercules and j.����
Ajax   wrappers   are'  exactly   what   every   butcher    ^
jvj   requires.     Either'of these waxed**papers-does double " ^
KA   duty���resisting moisture and" grease���protecting the
After a man secures* a girl's haud lie
sometimes finds she has him under
her thumb.
It must be hard on  the fingers of
mutes to.crack jokes.
Minard's Liniment for Burns
i
flavour of your meat.
By using"Appleford wraps you impress customers
[^ j with- your standard of cleanliness. You save money
���v s because no inside waxed sheet is required.     Ask for
our pnees.
Counter nnca<nooff
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J'  52��?��c \Sr"f<I Paper Co. Western Waxed Paper Co.
320 Davie M. Vancouver 290 McDermoft Ave. Winnipeg >v1
Hunter MarKn & Co.  Regina ^
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THE   LEDGE
'        G. VV. A. SMITH
Ed'itor
=*=
Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance,
or 52.50 when not paid for three
months or more have passed. To
Iveal Britian and the United States
$-2.i>0, always in advance.
Don't Waste Water
During the hot weather it is
advisable to conserve as much
water as possible and by doing so
it will greatly help to avoid a
water shortage later in the season.
The Nelson Daily News gives thc
following advice on this subject:
"We can observe scrupulously
the city's water rules" regarding
sprinkling hours.
We can refrain from unnecessary hosing of sidewalks, and use
the broom instead.
We can watch the taps in our
houses and see that they do not
run unnecessarily.
If you 'want to cool a few
bottles of���well, ginger ale, we
can do so without filling the whole
bathtub and then .letting the
faucet continue to run.
When we take a bath we can,
with a little care get the water at
the right temperature first time
without having to let a lot of it
run away because it/is too hot or
too cold, and then fill it up again.
There are dozens of 'ways in
which citizens can assist in relieving the present situation.
Let's see if we can't all help.
DON'T WASTE WATER."
Mining Notes
Operations will resume at the
D. A. in a short time.   /
Mining men .from Fort Steele
are' examining property in the
Jewel camp.
An important strike was made
on the- Buckingham at Deadwood
last week and further work will be
done to as-certain the extent of the
find. ���-...- ;
Beer Plebiscite
Set for Aug. 21st
The vote on the beer plebiscite
���in the Grand Forks - Greenwood
riding will be held on Saturday,
Aug. 21st. Geo. H. Gray, of
Greenwood has been appointed
returning officer,
Comedy Like "Hamlet"
Samuel Gdldwyn, producer of
"In Hollywood with Potash and
Perlmutter,! - which is said to. be
one of the most hilariously funny
pictures ever seen on the screen,
claims his picture is, in one way,
very much ' like Shakespeare's
"Hamlet." While one is comedy
and the other stark tragedy, both
���make use of the "play within*a
play" idea.   Only in "In Holly-
���wood-!���with Potash��� and���Berk
f,  The Government of.tlio
Province of British Columbia
Liquor-Control Plebiscites
Act'
The United Church of Canada
Rev. Andrew Walker, B,A.
Minister hi'charg-e, Greenwood
Sunday, July 25th
Midway 10:30 a. m.'
c -
Myncaster 2 p.m.
Bridesville 4 p.m.
Greenwood 7:30 p.m.
Notice to the Public
I beg to announce to the Public of
Greenwood and District that I am now
prepared to carry on the business of
Armson's Shoe Repair' Shop, Grand
Forks. All work guaranteed.' Your
patronage solicited.
HARRY-ARMSON,"
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Proclamation of Returning Officer
Province of Urttlcli Columbia
In the Grand   Forks -Greenwood
Electoral District
TO WIT:
VIJI1I.IC NOTICB is hereby iri veil"'to llie
Kleeiors of llie Electoral District aforesaid *ii;u
1 liave received His Majesty's Writ to me
iliivcte.i; and liearinir date, tlio sixteen 111 day of
July.'l'��20, eoinmatuliiiir me to cause tlie following i|iieslion, namely: - . ��� '
Do yoti upprove of tlie sale of beer l>y the Kings'
in licensed premises without n bar under
Government control unil regulation?
tn lie submitted according to the ''Liciuoi'-
coiitrol Plebiscites Act"' to tlie said Electors of
tlie Electoral District Aforesaid: ami, furl lier,
that in obedience to the said Writ a |ioll sliall
lie opened at eijj-lit o'clock in the forenoon and
shall be closed at seven o'clock in the afternoon
on tlie 2lst day of Anjrust, 1926, for takiujr and
receiving llie voles of tlie said Electors of tlie
irt-antl KorKs - Greenwood Electoral Di.sLricL
aforesaid at tlie respective places following:���
Polling Divisions
Beaverdell, Cascude, Midway,
Boundary Falls,    Chrlstiun Valley, Paulson,
Bridesville, Eliolt, Riverside,
Brown Creek,        Fife, Rock Creeki
Carmi, Grand Tories, Westbriclge
Greenwood, Q
of wliich all person  are hereby required'to take
notice and to govern themselves accordingly.
G1YEN under my band at Greenwood, tbis
20Ui day of July, W26.
GEORGE H. GRAY,
Retnriiiii<' Oflicer.
WATER  NOTICE
mutter," the play w screamingly
funny���it being the initial venture
of the famous cloak and suit
partners in the field of motion
picture production.
The picture will be the feature
attraction at the Greenwood
Theatre on Saturday, July 24th.
'_ _   _Cardjof Thanks...;-..........
Clearing Streams
TAKE NOTICE that W. E. Mc-
Arlliur, |\vhose address is Midway,
B.C., will iiptJly I'or a licence to use
the waters ol' the Kettle River and
West Fork of Kettle River for "Clearing-streams" purpose (i.e., clearing
.and imuroving t!he stream for the
driving, booming, or rafting of logs).
The points on the stream between
"which it is proposed to clear are
from Midway lo Etist Fork on Kettle
River and from Westbridge'to Carmi
on West Fork of Kettle River. The
estimated mileage between the said
points is 75 miles. The term proposed for tlie licence is 20 years. This
notice was posted on the ground on
the 5th day of July, 1926. A copy
of this notice and an application pui.
suant thereto and to the "Water Act.
1914," will be filed in the office of
the Water Recorder at Grand Forks
Objections to the application may be
filed with tho said Water Reeordei
or with the Comptroller of: Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victorir
B.C.. within thirty (lays after the firsi
appearance .of this notice in a local
newspaper.
W, E. McARTHUR, Applicant
The date of the first publication of
this notice is July-Sth, 1926.      ..
rfaassasBsa
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OBBraaSEQ
wauwnmt! mMmaMt^AAinami.ixiMUiuM wmawiwrjHMjaaumaia
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christian
and family desire to ex-press their
sincere thanks for the many kindness shown to them in their recent sad bereavement.      ,.-,
Dodd's Barber Shop
and Billiard Hall
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks & Confectionery
Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
7The place to get
Free Air and Water
':',-.��� is at
BILL O'DOINNELL'S
'*,-* cRock Creek
. *���'Also.-carry.,.: ,��
Gas, Oil, Tires, Patches, Vulcanizers, &c
For Sale
1 buffet, 1 dining table and
chairs, 1 gramaphone and records,
1 pram. Apply tb Mrs. P. H:
McCurrach. at residence.
For Sale or Exchange
a Willys-Knight car for heavy
horses:,, The car is" in good running
order; 'Apply to A. C. Mesker,
Midway, B.C.
Kasto
Home of the Big Black
Jiily 28th
On the occasion of Opening Nelson-Kaslo Scei'iic Highway, Kaslo
will keep Open House for 3 days July 28, 29,30.    y '*.
See the beauties of Kootenay take.'   Its Ice-Cold Waters.     Glacier
topped Mountains.   Mines and Fruit Orchards.
Official programme from any Agent or.write
J. S. Garter
District Passenger. Ag-ent, Canadian Pacific Railway
7',: "NELSON,. B.C. "'���'���'...'/'.    :-*'.,
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PURE BEEP
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LL the Beers purchased by the Liq-uar
Control Board of B. C. from the Vancouver Breweries Limited, Rainier Brewing Co. of Canada Limited, Westminster
Brewing: Co. ^Limited,:.'.Victoria-Phoenix.
Brewing Co. Limited and the Silver Spring'
Brewery Limited, who are all members of
the Amalgamated Breweries of B. C, for
sale at Government Liquor Stores and the
Licensed Beer Parlors, have been and will
be analyzed from time to time by different expert firms of the continent for the
protection of the public.
npHE substance of these various anal-
.'-*-���' yses instigated by order of the
Li"��or Control Board shows that the
Beers are perfect, the taste agreeable and
malty. The foam is creamy and stands
up well. The alcohol by weight is about
4.25 per cent, and the extract 5.49 per
cent: with an original gravity of about
13.20. These analyses indicate further
that the Beers are of good quality, wholesome and free from any foreign substance.
'TO make a good Beer with such healtli-fjiviug ~,
���*���' * qualities it requires b skilled brewmasCer and
aii up-lo-dale hygienic plant, such as maintained
bf the above-mentioned Breweries. These, plants
are open for inspection and visits of.the public are
gladly solicited. Only the best materials obtain-
.able arc used in the manufacture of the' Beers.
HPHE Brewing capacity of. the above Breweries,
���J.
members of the, Amaljjaniiiled Breweries of
fi'liv
11 iyyt-.^.hV,5sgjt ryyCJ
B. C, Is about eight times as large as the present
output, which gives best assurance, to; the publics
of receiving uonly'-fully..'matured and properly
a'jetl Beers for many years to come.
PURE fcEEft
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This advertisement is. not published or displayed by the Liquor Control
'*..',.- Board or the Government of British Columbia
*��.
DR.   A.  FRANCIS
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 69
Greenwood       *
H. W. R. M00RE
BARRISTER      SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC
Greenwood
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PRE-EMPTION8
Va carol, unreserved, aurveyed
Crown lands may be pro-ompted by
British subjects over 18 years of age,
md by aliens on declaring intention
i.o become British subjects, oondi.-
ional upon residence, occupation,
md improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions is
?lven In1 Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
'How to Pre-empt Land," ooples of
.vhich can be obtained free of charge
by--'addressing the Department of
Lands. Victoria, B.C., or to any Gov-
���jrument Agent. '
Records will be granted covering,
mly :land suitable for agricultural
iurposes,' and which is not timber-
ami, i.e., carrying over 8,000 board
'eet per acre west of the Coast Range
tnd 5,000 feet per acre east of that
Range. '.���'������.-
Applications for pre-emptions axe
io bo addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division,-in which the land applied for
s situated, and are made on printed
forms,' copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must ,be occupied for
five years and improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at lea3t five
acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed information see
the Bulletin "How-X to Pre-empt
Land."   :    ,-. r. -.   ���
'������Xy.[.    PURCHASE-
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland,-
for. agricultural purposes; minimum
price for first-class (arable) land ls
$5 per acre, and second-claaB (graa^
ing) land $2.60 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or leaso
of Crown lands is given in Bulletin
No'. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of-Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not'exceeding 40 acree,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions ''including '.-������payment at
stumpage.
y" "    HOMESITE LEA8E8
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding S8
���'acres,-may-be leased aa homesite*.
conditional upon ' a dwelling being
���erected in tho first year, title being
obtainable after residence and lm-
provemont���condltlona_j are .fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEA8E8 .
For   grazing   and   Industrial   purposes areas not exoeedlng 840 acres
may be leased by one person or a
company.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Act the Pror-
inoe is divided into grazing dletriotB
and the range.administered under ft
Grazing Commissioner. .Annual
grazing permits are issued baaed on
numbers ranged, priority-being given
'to established owners. Stock-ownerB
may form associations for range,
management.^,Free, or partly firea*
permit* are available for aettler*��i
campers an4 ti%��ellere, up to   Un.
mjtrkt,vvMvmiuw.
Car try
ALL OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED AND DONE
BY. EXPERT WORKMEN
MOBILE AND MARVELUBE.OILS
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BATTERY SERVICE
THE BEST GRADES
TIRE HOSPITAL
JQI1N R- MOOYBOEP, Procrietor TELEPHONE 24
iwawr. i__wwiU_Ma.Mi_.w_iB m.\��*.* ��l.wi.j��i��pw n huj. "'t"'flmr.TgngaBl
Surprise Him
Somewhere in another community, perhaps, there
is a friend whom-you have not seen-for ,some time.
Can you rea-.h him by telephone? If so, why not call
him up sdnfi evening and give- him a delightful
surprise? Our long-distance rates are lriwest after
8:30 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE CO.
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Job Printing at The Ledge
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T.ISH   COLU
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925
\,       ���  ; o .'-���_'.'���''������
Has" produced Minerals,as follows: Placer Gold,- $77,603,045, Lode Gold
'. $1,22,808,459*   Silver,  $74,111,397;  Lead,  $89,218,907;    Copper,   $197,642,047;
Zinc,  $39,925,947;   Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,594,387; Coal and Coke,$273,-   '
048,953; Building Slone, Brick, Cement, etc, $44,905,886; making'its Min-
v   eral production to the end of 1925-, show an
Aggregate Value ^$920,919,628
Production for the year ending December, 1925, $61,492,24-2
The Mining Laws of this Province are more .liberal, and the fees lower, than those of   any   otlier
Province' in ��� the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers  for  nominal  fees. ��� ^
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of  which is guaranteed
'-'���    by Crown Grants.
Full information together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtain ed gratis by addressing���
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, BritishlColumbia.
N.B.   Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work .has
bean done are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines.   Those'considering  mining  investments  should refer tosuch reports.   They are available without charge on
application to the Department-of Mines, Victoria, B.C.    Reports covering each of the six Mineral.
Survey��� Districts are published separately,  and  are  available  on  application.   Reports of the Geo- V
logical  Survey of Canada, Winch Building,- Vancouver,  are  recommend ed'as'valuable sources of-
��� ���- information. '....,  ..;'������-. .*���.'_":..' '������'.'.-.   .,..-���-���'���. .-'...7-
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