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GREJBJNWGOD, B.C., THURSDAY, APRH, 28, 1927
No. 3$
We Carry a Large Line of
Hardware
including
McLary's Enamel, Galvanized and Tinware
McLary's Heaters
inspect our Stock
'\:T. .M. GULLEY & CO.
gS New Spring Millinery {?
A Is on Display X
'��* In latest styles and colors p*
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%f Prices Reasonable C5
X -   ���also��� ��
X Lovely Flowers &
-for-
V
^^  Hat Trimmings or Ball Dresses
or*
When fresh Vegetables are scarce
We offer the finest quality in cans
New Canvas Shoes
for men, boys and children
.Call and inspect our goods
Ellen Trounson's Store
?���/
Carrots      -'   -
Cauliflower
Brussel Sprouts
Spinach
Asparagus      per can 40 & 45c
Mushrooms'      -      2 cans 95c
Tomatoes   - 3 cans 50c
'For quality and'value order from
per can 30c
per can 30c
per can 30c
per can 25c
Phone 46
ENWOOD GROCERY
a'JMM-M,W'tmn'ii'iM-,--i��m\i'\.M2j_i
Real Estate a Insurance
Fire, Accident & Sickness, Life,
Automobile. Bonds, Burglary, &c
Auctioneer
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at tlie Office of
CHARLES KING
GREENWOOD,  B.C.
S____E_a__E__S_3E___E_E3
E-zscaaiKtacKBa
Spring Housecleaning
We have a complete stock   ���
For a Suggestion
Look at our Windows
TAYLOR & SON
For
Coughs, Colds or any Bronichal Trouble
use
,CREOPHOS
.   Give resistance against Flu
HUSKIES
For Sore Throat and Tickling Cough
'    "" You can get them at
GOODEVE'SDRUG STORE
Ask for one of our - Calendars
Of Local Interest
. Mrs. John Skilling of Tunnel, is
in the District Hospital.
.Harry Royce of Allenby, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. A. R.
Royce.
Miss Ruth Euerby of Grand
Forks, was a visitor in town on
Saturday.
Jas. Machell of Westbridge, has
been in the District Hospital for
some time. ���
.Support your -Hospital! Hospital Day, Show and Dance, Friday, May 13th.
Service 'will be" held in St.
Jude's Church on Sunday, May
1st at 7:30 p.m.
. Dolly, Buster and George Skilling have-returned home from the
District Hospital.
Mrs. Victor Favrin and son,
Archie, of Westbridge, spent the
week-end in town.
Boundary Creek Fishing
Opens on May 1st
After having a close season for 2
years Boundary creek will be open
for fishing on May 1st. Anglers
are reminded that 25 fish, eight
inches and over, is the limit for a
day's fishing.
Plan Celebration of
Diamond Jubilee
Mrs. J; Price and family have
returned from a visit to South
Slocan and Nelson.
Mrs.
MEAT  MARKET
GREENWOOD,  B.C.
All Meat kept on Ice
a bear of
a show!
by
���-'   Arthur Stringer
with
Aileen Pringle, Lowell Sherman
Chester Conklin .
during the hot weather
.    SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Head Cheese 15c.   Sausage 25c
Home Fed Bacon, sliced, 30c to 40c per Ib
also a Felix comedy   .,
"Felix Scoots Thro Scotland"
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, APRIL 30th
.      ^Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
Adults 50c.  ' Children 25c.
  B. Lequime left on Friday for Christina Lake where Mr.
Lequime is located. > ���
Dr. Lamb, government inspector
of hospitals, was. a visitor in town
th'e first-of-the-week.
- Many Greenwoodites will attend the Concert and Dance in
Midway on Friday night.     >
Harry Bryan, of the Greenwood
Grocery, returned on Friday from
a motor trip to Armstrong.
Mrs. M. Anderson returned to
���town on Saturday from spending
the winter in San Jose, Cal.
A. C. Mesker, of Spokane, was
in town today in! company with
his old tillicum/.Lew-Salter.'
- Miss .Irene"' Savard, ~o�� Trail>
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Legault during the week-end.   '��� ���
H. E. Thain, of Nelson, district
supervisor of the Monarch Life
Assurance Co., was intown today.
Born���To Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Riley, of Norwegian Creek, a
daughter, on Monday, April 25th.
Mrs. Sam Fretz had a painful
accident last week, which will pre-
vent her getting about .for some
"time.
The annual meeting of- the
Kettle Valley Golf Club will be
held m the, Ingram Bridge School
House on Saturday, May 7th, at
2:30 p.m.
,>W. D. Smith, dentist, of Grand
Forks, will be at the District
Hospital on Sunday to make appointments.
The warm weather has made
Boundary creek rise and it is
higher now than it has been for
many years.
.Dave Oxley of Eholt, was a
visitor in town on ��� Saturday.
Dave is feeling fine after his
recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Muir Wilson
and family, of the No. 7 Road,
moved into the McPhee house on
Church street, today.
Miss Vera Kempston and
brother Pat, have returned to
town from spending the Easter
holidays at Bridesville. ���
Thomas Walmsley has returned
from spending the Easter holidays
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Alty in Trail.
Mr. and-Mrs. Jim Drum, of
Beaverdell, were in town'on Sunday, leaving on Monday morning
to spend a few days in .Penticton.
Chas. Brett, the well-known
C. P. R. conductor, has returned
to Rossland with his bride,- from
their honeymoon spent in the
south.- ���-
tr
Miss .Nora Christian has returned to her home' in Christian
Valley after. ...spending ;;.the;;;Easter.
holidays with friends.in Greenwood.
in
Coming! Saturday, May 7th
Richard Barthelmess
"THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN"
Fri., and SatT, May 13 and 14
Jackie Coogan in
"Get Your Hair Cut Johnnie"
David Spooner, of Holberg,
V.I., is visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. White at the Jewel
mine.
Alvin Olson, son of E. J. Olson,
of Eholt, has recovered at- the
District Hospital and returned
home.
The frogs have started to serenade from, their ponds near the
rink, a sure sign that spring is
with us.
Mrs. G. R. Inglis and daughter,
Irene, of Beaverdell, were the
guests of Mrs. J. E. Hoy during the
week-end.
J. H. Goodeve, the new proprietor of the Pacific Hotel, will
make considerable improvements
to the building. Doc reports
business good.
���Mrs. Chas. E. Nordman, of
Beaverdell, was in town during
the week-end to meet her aunt,
Mrs. M. Anderson; who returned
from the South.
^n'JUMM*r.*mnt*rm^r.-*e^KlfrVB~.^ar.m3,*a
McMYNN'S STORE, Midway, B.C.
W. Swan Soap ,- 5c/bar 6 bars 25c
Gingersnaps - - 20c lb 3 lbs 50c
Pride of B.C. Salmon l's 20c 4 tins 75c
Macaroni - - - 15c lb 2 lbs 25c
Ketchup - - - 25cptbtle2btle45c
Prunes        -     -    -        15c lb   4 lbs 50c
Spring Cleaning
. It is getting- almost time
for the spring clean-up.
Why not have your clock fixed up when
you are putting everything else in order
-    ' You will find our
Watch Repairing Department
second to none
in this Western country
I<et us have your Repairs now and start
out this Spring on Schedule Time
.-"     A. A. WHITE
Watchmaker and Jeweler
f. J. White, Mgr
The United Church of Canada
Rev. Andrew Walker, B.A.
Minister in charge, Greenwood
SUNDAY, MAY 1st
Bridesville 11 a.m.
Midway 3 p. m.
Greenwood 7:30 p.m..
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box 14108, Nelson, B.C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
S1.00 each. Gold-Silver $1.50. ��� 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. '
CASH SPECIALS
Saturday and Next Week
France-American Spaghette
reg 2 for 45 "2 for 25c
Sally Ann Cleanser, guaranteed not to scratch
reg 2 for 25 4 for 27c
Fancy Fresh Fig Bars - - . 2 lbs for 45c
Muleskin Work Gloves - - - 2 pr 95c
Pink Salmon -     -   l-2s 3 for 25c
Fancy Oregon Prunes      -        25 lb box $2.75
,5 lb bag 55c
Fancy Mixed Candy 25c per lb
Bakers Cocoanut   -   1-2 lb 20c  with one can
Southern Style, Free, value 35c all for 20c
Special Saving Ladies Rayon Silk Hose
' 2 pairs for 95c
Sugar      -      -       100 lbs $8.15   20 lbs $1.65
Midway
BROWN'S STORES
and
Rock Creek
^Rev. E.~A. St. G. Smith has
been appointed rector of the
Grand Forks Anglican parish.
Rev. Mr. Smyth will also hold
Service in this district.
T. Crowley returned on Friday
from a visit to Spokane. He was
accompanied on the motor trip by
Mrs. A. J. Morrison, and two
children, Dick and Alice, and N.
E. Morrison.
Miss Ivy Carter, who has been
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. A.
Walker for several weeks, left this
morning for Vancouver and Victoria, thence to her home in
Niagara Falls, Ont.
A very enjoyable Dance was
held after the picture Show on
Friday last. The Greenwood
Orchestra supplied real jazzy
music for' the'occasion. Refresh-
were served in the Greenwood
Restaurant.
The Misses Mary and Helen
Kerr have returned to Penticton
after a few days visit with friends
in town. On Saturday evening
they were the guests of honor at a
party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A.��� Sater. A real enjoyable
time was had by all present.
. It is planned to observe suitably,
m'thispartof the Grand Forks-
Greenwood Riding, the Diamond
Jubilee of Confederation. It is
suggested that a celebration be
held at a fitting place and in
order to formulate, plans, the citizens" of Rock Creek-Kettle Valley, Greenwood, Beaverdell, Mid- ���-
way, Bridesville, Carmi and West-
bridge, are asked to hold meetings
and each town elect a committee
to represent them at a general '
meeting to be held' at Ingram
Bridge School at a date to be
announced later.
This is the first time" that the -
entire district has been asked to -
join together in an affair of this
kind, and a united effort should
put over the celebration in grand
style.
The Bock Creek Farmes Institute were instrumental in starting this movement and it is hoped
that the residents of the district '
will join whole heartedly, in the
coming event and make it a great
success.
A meeting will be held in Greenwood yery shortly to form a local
committee.
Rock Creek District Items
Mr. and Mrs. E. s'. Reynolds'-
and family, of Grand Forks, have
taken up residence in the King"
dwelling.    , ���        -
'��.
Major and'Mrs. R. Gray, Mrs.
Beavan Gane, and E. F. Wilson
left by motor for a few days visit
in Spokane.
Commander and Mrs.-N. Lewis
who have been the. guests of
Major and Mrs. R. Gray, left last,
week for England.
The golf course was greatly improved- this spring and   is now
on_"the ���Jand::purcha'sed'last fall."'
New sand green have been made .'
and a fence erected around them.   '
this  course is  becoming more
popular every year.
A meeting of the Rock Creek
Farmers Institute will be held at ���
Riverside Hall,. Rock Creek, on
Saturday, April 30th, at 2:30
p.m. Mr. D. McPherson, M.L.A.,
has very kindly arranged to give
an address to the Farm Women
and Men on that day at 3 p.m.
All���members���are-earnestly���re^1-^
quested 'to attend this meeting
especially the Fall Fair committee. .
The' auction held at Kettle Valley for-Mrs. Buckless and Mr.
Martin, with   Charles  King as
auctioneer,  proved  a success, it
being attended by a large crowd'
���of people from many miles around.
Prices were good and the bidding
lively.   The proceeds amounted
to  over   $1,000.00  cash.     Any     -
rancher present secured logging
chains and other logging accessories at reasonable prices.   Horses'- ���
did not bring as much as they
should have done; farm machinery
was sold at fair prices, and household furniture and kitchen utensils  brought good prices.    The
crowd present seemed prosperous .  .
and optimistic, and many useful
conversations were exchanged as
to methods of   ranching,   stock   -
raising and grasshopper destruction.   The next large Auction will
be held at Greenwood sometime
in June. .   *-'
Posters are out announcing
Hospital Day for Friday, May
13th. A picture show commencing
at 7:30 p.m., Jackie, Coogan in
"Get Your Hair Cut Johnnie"
will be the attraction. A- Dance
will follow in the Masonic Hall at
which Bush's orchestra will supply
the music.
The new continental C. P. R.
telegraph wire which was strung
through Greenwood recently is
now in operation. The wire is of
a standard No. 9 copper type,
and has been leased 'to the Pacific
Cable company for use as an alternate route for messages across
the continent. To guard against
slides m the Coquahalia the wire
runs from Brookmere both.'.to
Hope and Spence's Bridge. Con-
Istruction occupied six weeks.   ���
With Our Little Friends
the Feathered Polk
Although mention was made in
our last issue about there being
peace and "quietness in the Bluebird menage we are sorry to say,
that we were wrong. Indeed it
appears that the cold had frightened ,pur little friends away and
it was only on Sunday that they
ventured to re-commence building their new home. As is usually
the case, the "Mrs" is doing all
the hard work while his "nibs" is,
well, we'll say, supervising it. Of
course being such a handsome
chap one can hardly expect him
to soil his hands with such common labor as moving in the fur-
niture. We trust he will keep
watch carefully and we have
noticed he has had soma trouble
keeping Mr. and Mrs. Swallow
away from his own front door.
We expect he was afraid they
would. interfere with his. wife's
work! 2HE   GREENWOOD   LEDGB
V
Grown in the best gardens in
the Orient
Blertded by men trained in the
world's greatest tea market
110.fi
Packed in the best packet, yet
found for tea���Aluminum.
Husbands Desert Wiyes
Pitiable Suffering Caused in ""Many
Cases by These Deserjons
Tho Montreal Star says editorially: "I'itable suffering is caused b>
Lho tragedy of husbands deserting
their wives nnd children. There has
been a marked increase of this cruoi
conduct for some years past. Stalls-
tics compiled from court records, in
our own city, demonstrate- the soi-
rowful fact thai, fully 23 per cent, ot
the children placed in institutions 01
all kinds, and who are practically
supported on charity, are "innocents" who have been deserted b>
iheir fathers. And, think or it, in
24 per cent, of these desertion cases
tho mother was loft ill. Here we
have brutal cruelly on the pari of
husband and father.1'
is unexcelled for Dyeing
and Tinting. Professional
Dyers use thc
Same Kind of i
French Women Honored
On To The North!
. The -development of Canada is entering, in fact has already entered a
new phase and oue which holds promise of adding enormously lo the
population, wealth, and economic, strength of the Dominion, ln all the
provinces, with tho exception of the Maritimes, tho attention or governments and people aro turned northwards.
The history of Canadian growth during tlio first half cuitury of Confederation records development upon east aud west lines, beginning with the
acquisition by the newly-born Dominion of the Hudson's Bay Co. lauds ot
tho west and thc building of the Canadian Pacific Kail way; ihen came tlio
construction or the Canadian Northern; and finally the projection of tho
National Transcontinental and Grand Trunk Pacific across the continent.
Practically all traflic moved east and west, aud in 1 lie.se western provinces
a long roundabout journey was frequently necessary ln oj-der lo travel from
one place to another only a compaialively short distance apart on a north
and south liner'
As a result of Ihis early and quite natural programme; of development,
Canada became as a counlry, so far as settlement and trade was concerned,
a narrow strip stretching all the way from the. Atlantic to tho Pacific, but
consisting of fewer people than aro to he found in European countries which
in area are smaller than Canadian provinces. Canada had length but it.
lacked depth, a condition which made for weakness as a national unit
becauso of iho great distances separating lhe people and leading 1o a too
great diversity of interests, a lack of knowledge of the needs and problems of
the different sections,---Maritimes, Ontario' and Quebec, the Prairie "West, i.he
Pacific-slope,���a resultant sectional rather than a national viewpoint. Always
there existed the possibility of Ihis thin thread snapping at some point.
It is, therefore, a" matter of uatlonal satisfaction that Canada is now on
the threshold of its second groat development,���a, development northwards
which will give the Dominion what, it has hitherto lacked, depth as well as
length. From all quarters, governmental, financial, manufacturing, comes the
confident prediction thai the next two, or three decades will witness a complete transformation in this respect, and hardly a week passes that :-on_e
new enterprise involving northern development is not reported.
Development works, financed by Canadian, Uritish asd United States
capital, and involving au investment of close upon one billion dollars, are
under way iu Quebec which will result iu the establishment of great industrial plants, the employment.' of tens of thousandajoP men, the creation of now
cities and towns, and an enormous expansion in the trade of the Dominion.
. These arcpracllcally all to the north of present setllcd areas.
In Ontario, the Provincial Government has decided to push construction
or their railway through lo James Bay, while throughout both old and new
mining areas of Northern Ontario unprecedented activity in prospecting aud
For Aches, Pains,
The Safe Home Remedy
NERVILINE
When sudden sickness comes, when
the kiddies come in with colds, their
little chests and throats sore from
coughing, quick results always follow
a vigorous rubbing with good old Nerviline. If it's Cramps, .Colic, Diarrhoea. Nerviline is a wonderful friend;
It brings case and comfort so quickly.
For young and old, lo overcome the
minor ills that constantly arise In the
home, nothing compares with "Nerviline."���3S cents at all dealers.
Four
Save
wlio
Hungarian Paitridges
Be
Stock From Alberta Will Soon
Released in Manitoba
Tlie first ten pairs of Hungarian
partridges to arrive through the instrumentality of -tlio Brandon AVild
Birds' Proteclive Association (ordered from the game sanctuary of Ben-
tinck, Leduc, Alberta), arc being
sent to the Peddle Farm, southeast
of Douglas, to bo taken care of till
lhe season opens. This was done jn
tho interests of the sport-loving community of tho Prairie Provinces, it
being hoped that the birds will increase greatly in numbers.
A VERY RELIABLE
HOME TREATMENT
Who   Risked    Lives " to
British  Soldiers Receive
Annuities
i-V-tir heroic French women
concealed British soldiers from the
Germans for months' and even yeais
at the risk of their own lives, have
received London's tribute .of praise
and gratitude at-the Mansion House.
Before a big assembly of Brilisn
and French Staff Officers and subscribers lo the fund raised in their
behalf, the Lord Mayor presented to
limes. Julie Baudhuin, Bclmont-
Gobert, Angelo Lesur and Louise
Cardon annuity certificates and illuminated addresses sotting forth
Great Britain's acknowledgment of
their devotion.
It was a ceremony which vivdly
recalled ihe World War, and il had
"a poignant climax when an English
father suddenly kneeled to kiss the
shoes of Mme. Cardon who for thirteen months had concealed his son
behind the Gorman lines. -
After all that time the son, Corporal Hull of the Eleventh Hussars,
was betrayed. Tho Germans shot
him and condemned Mme. Cardon to
death,-a sentence which later was
commuted lo twenty years' of haru
labor.   ,
Her husband escaped only to lead
an existence of great suffering until
the armistice and then to' die, a victim of   his   courage   in   helping   to
���harbor the young soldier.
Af the closing scene, when thc
Marsellaise crashed oui in honor ot
tlie heroines of France, followed by
tho British national anthem,' tears
glistened in th.e eyes of all tour women and few iu lho audience remained unaffected.
An interesting exhibit in the hall
of the Mansion House was the famous oak wardrobe in which Mme.
Belmont-Gobert hid Trooper Patrick
Fowler of tlio Eleventh Hussars for
more than throe years.
A Sensitive Camera
Can  Photograph   Objects   at   a   Distance of 300 Miles
Distant' objects invisible to' the human eye now can be photographed
by a camera perfected by "the Army
Air Service.
The secret iies in the special film,
which is sensitive to light rays that
do not register on. the eye. It .Is
pointed out thai in lime of' war, a
plane 'equipped' with this camera
could take perfect pictures of encnij
positions while the plane itself would
bo far out of rango and sight o'f anil-
aircrari batteries.
An en cany fleet could bo photographed 300 miles off shore. The device may bo used against the ruin
fleet, for the posilion and name ot
each ship could be caught in a single
picture taking in 300 square miles.
It also has been suggested for forest patrol fliers for the exact location of fires.
Sold. First Matches
Hundred  Years Ago
Invention     'of       English       Chemist
Brought Him Modest Income
��� The centenary of the match has
just been observed in England. Many
newspapers printed' laudatory, editorials on tho match and its inventor,
Johu Walker, a chemist of Stockton-
on-Tees.
It is recorded' in Walker's sales
book thai he sold a box of rriction
.matches to' John Ilixon 100 years,
ago, Although what had been called
matches, but were really, wicks, had
been sold before. Walker's match,
was said to liave been lhe first prac-.
tical one. In two years Walker sola
only 2u0 boxes of matches but after
that the demand -.vas great enough to
furnish hiin a modest income.
Walker's box contained fifty
matches and- ��� sold for a shilling.
With it went a piece of sand paper.
How Weak,  Run-Down  People
Can Obtain Relief,
Among the many remedies offered
for the maintainance or restoration
of health and strengtli, there is none
can compare with Dr. Williams'
Piuk Pills. Most ailments aro duo
io poor, thin   blood.     Dr.   Williams'
To Visit Hudson Bay
      <>���
Hon. C. A. Dunning Will. Make Tour
Over Northern Route in July
Hon. C. A. Dunniug, Minister of
Ilailways; Major Graham Bell, Deputy
Minister, and Frederick Palmer, British consulting engineer, will visit
Port Nelson and Fort   Churchill   on
Ready-made Medicine. ��� You' need
no physician for ordinary "ills when
you have al hand a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. For coughs,
colds, so're throat, bronchial troubles,
it is invaluable; for scalds, bums,
bruises, sprains IL is unsurpassed;
while for cuts, sores and the like it
is an unqueslionoblo healer. It
needs no testimonial' other than llie
use, and that will satisfy anyone as
to its effectiveness. '   -
TpHE Firestone process
* of Gum-Dipping is
one of the most important
of ' the many Firestone
contributions to more
economical highway transportation.
By this proces��, every- fiber
of every cord is thoroughly
saturated and insulated' -with
rubber, minimizing friction
and heat so destructive to tirs
life.
On the cars of hundreds of
thousands .of motorists, in tha
day-in and day-out service of
the largest truck, bus and taxi- _^
cab fleets, in the battle of tires
on race tracks, Firestone Gum-
Dipped Tires, because of thcir
greater stamina, are delivering
longer mileage with added
safety and comfort.
The Firestone dealer in
your locality sells and services
these extra quality tires. Let
him tell - you of the trouble-
free service that the Gum-
Dippingr process insures and'
how he can., serve you better
nnd save you money. See
liim to-day.
FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO.
OF CANADA, LIMITED.
Hamilton, Ont.
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR
Britain's Air Defence
Far
this
ebb.'
development is in progress. _.. .   ,,.,.    . .. . ,
���    ,   PinK Pills have a specific action on; Hudson Ttav in Tuh- nf Ihiq summer
Manitoba has awakened to. the potentialities of ils vast, northern ion-1-> th(J  bIoocl>  making ^ Tichf ml  :md w       ���       " 3       l   s -Aimm,ci
tory and;as iu Ontario and Quebec, the eyes and energies of lhe people aro j pure.   Through this richer blood the
being focussed on mineral and water-power development there with all that j tissues    of    the    body    are
this, must mean in industrial expansion.  The   business  men  of  "Winnjpeg
realize they can no longer depend for future growth upon being simply a
wholesale and distributing centre for the west.
Tho age-old demand of the Prairie West for an outlet on Hudson. P>ay is
at last being met by aggressive action and tho. last section to bo built will,
before many months, bo completed. The latest discoveries in science and in-
Tho minister's party, including sov-
bctlor I oral engineers, will leave the present
nourished, and the functions of  the. j end o'f steel on the Hudson'Bay Rail-
body-   better     performed.    Anaemic; way amj proceed by   canoe   lo   Port
Nelson. From there it is possible that
sufferers, weak, languid and nervous !
peoplo speedily find now health and i
���strength through the use of this 1U���� l)aii>r mi��y fl>" norUl lo Uliurclull
medicine. This ,\vas lho experience j is one of the seven passenger Fokker
of Mrs. John   Armour,   youth  Mono- 'planes avhich have been operating in
glum, Out., who says:���"I am one of
the many thousands who have rc-
gained-health-thrcugh-lhe-usc-of-Dr.-
Williams' Pink Pills, and I take this
opportunity of saying a word iu
praiso of this splendid medicine. Bo-
fore beginning the uso of this medicine I was pale and badly run down.
I found it dlilicull to do my housework and was tired and breathless
at the least exertion. I had tried sev-
veution are being employed to expedite, this work. Airplanes have for weeks
""IjectT"ca"iTying_m"on���anil_:HU])plies_froni^tho~cnd-oC-steol-to-=ChurchilI���other
airplanes will patrol the Hudson Straits, airplanes are being employed in
survey work in northern Saskatchewan as well as in northern Ontario.   Important branch lines of railway are to bc built in northern Saskatchewan to
connect existing railways with the road to the Bay, .while the Saskatchewan
Government has appointed a commission to make expert inquiry into the
whole subject of power development within the Province.
Alberta has pushed railways well into thc north of that Province, and it | oral medicines  without  benefit,  aud
is now known thero exists a wealth of oil, mineral aud other resources jnl*B--'11-' ���' '���** '"   ���*-������   T1"    """
those northern stretches, as well as vast tracts of fertile lands suitable i'or
agriculture. Investigation is now to be mado of tho most suitable route for a
railway from northern Alberta through British Columbia to the Pacific .coast.
Canada has long been a young man's country, a land for the hardy and
venturesome prospector and homesteader.    It is a land which offers rich
^reward tor the worker, tho energetic    pioneer.     The   possibilities   whicli
greeted the western pioneer of the early eighties are uot wholly of the past;
of the northern areas during thc next few decades Canada's present and fu-
they exist in equal measure for the youth of today, and in the development
ture citizens will find ample outlet f<*r their ambitions and energy, coupled
with that element of romance inseparable from tho opening up of a new land.
-Fo'r Canada as a whole a large field for investment and constructive enterprise awaits.
Spread Over Face and
Hands. Cuticura HeaU.
-��� ��� -������������ �����
"My trouble began with a few
pimples on my face and hands and
soon spread all over them. The
pimples were very hard, large and
red, and festered and scaled ovei.
They itched and burned so that I
scratched them, which caused eruptions. My fact was disfigured, and
I could not put my hands in water
and could hardly do my work.
"A friend advised me to try Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment so. I pur.
chased some, and in about two
month3 I was completely healed."
(Signed) Miss Jennie Ducharmc,
481 Giroux St., Norwood, Man.
- Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum are all you need for every-
day toilet ind njirsery purposes.
Ife���!* -gtenhcnM, tt<L. MoBbwL" Pre*. So��p
ffie. Ointment 25 and t/K. 't.iam Se.
Cuticura Sharae Stack 25c.
A  Confederation  Prize
For  Literature
Recognition For the Most Outstanding Book of the Year
A Confederation Prizo for Literature, to be awarded annually to the
author of thc most outstanding
Canadian Book of tho year, has been
suggested by the Canadian Authors'
Association in connection with the
celebration of Canada's sixtieth
birthday.
The National Executive of tlie
Authors' Association by a unanimous
vote has memorialized the Prime
Minister, suggesting the setting aside
of one-tenth of the 5250,000 Diamond
Jubilee Fund to endow in perpetuity
such an annual prize for the encouragement of Canadian literature.-
that district since early in the year.
__ Two   Fokkers . havo   been moving
men aud supplies froin the end of
steel' to Churchill for several weeks
past. At- the preseut time drills aro
al worlc in lho Churchill harbor and
by tlie time the ministers' party arrives lho necessary data for the engineering'report will bo available.
finally decide lo try Dr. Williams
Pink Pills. Soon I began to fuel better, sleep better, and cat better, and
found my weight increasing. In a
word [felt like a new parson. I havo
since "recommended the pills to
ollior;. who have taken them with
equally good results.",.
Try Dr. "Williams' Pink I'ilis for
anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness. Take thorn as a tonic if
you are not in the best physical
condition and cultivate a resistance
tliat will keep you well and strong.
CleL a box from the nearest, drug
store and begiu this treatment now.
The pills arc sold by all medicine,
dealers or will be sent by mail at 50c
a box by writing The Dr. "Williams:
Medicine Co.,  Brockville, put.
Dangerous for Htfr tc Fall Too
Behind Other Nations
Public .interest in aviation in
country is at a deplorably low
It simply does not begin to compare
with the Interest taken dn Franco
and 'in Germany, and In the latter
country especially civil aviation has
developed to an extent wliich leaves
us far behind. In- part this may be
accounted for by the smallnoss ot
these islands and ._lhc greater
obstacles lo commercial success, bul
it is manifestly, dangerous for Great
Britain lo fall too far behind, for an
instructed public opinion Is required
if wo are .to maintain tho number of
Firestone Builds the Only Gum-Dipped Tire*
World Record for Eating'Eggs
.Canadians hold the world record
for eating eggs. Last yoar the average Canadian ate 037 eggs, a record.
Dr. J. II. Grisdale, deputy Minister
of Agriculture, told an Ottawa service ciub. This fact,"ir nothing else,
lio" claimed, entitled ihe holding of
the world's poultry congress here in
Ottawa this summer fro'm July 27 to
August 4. " -      ���
TIRED FEET.
Minard's    soothes
tired    feet. -  Bathe-
well Willi Minard's.
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sore
-then
. ana
rub
air squadrons whicli aro no loss
necessary for purposes of national
defence than. was.the Navy in the
days when the air was trackless. ���
London Daily Telegraphy
Jasper National Park
-.Jasper' national park lu Alberta,
with an area of -1,-100 square miles,
is one of the largest "playgrounds"
in the world. A part of this reserve
to tho north of the central section is
still unexplored, but the park is being rapidly opened up by the con
slruction of trails  and  highways.
A man seldom' walks erect when
straightened out by circumstances.
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and free advice. Tlio Hamsey Coin-
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Harilt St., Ottawa.   .
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Mo. 1 for Bliddar Catarrh. No. 9 for Blood A
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������M br l��iclln| CH*m��is. or ratura mill Iron
S)I.UGLIkCMii.Ce. BsTU��ochRd.MW.I.L(iB4al
.Primitive Hussians place a certificate of character in tho hands of.dead
persous, to "be given lo Saint Peter
at the gates of Heaven.
Strangled with As-thnla Is tho only
expression that seems to convey
what is endured from an attack ol
this trouble. The relief from Dr. J.
D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy Is be-,
yond measure. Where all was sufr
ferlng there comes comfort and rest.
Breathing becomes normal and thb
bronchial tubes completely cleared.
This unequalled remedy 'is worth
many times its price to all who use
it.
To Acquire Country Elevators
Construction or acquisition of
country elevators at C>7 points, has
been decided upon by the Saskatchewan Wheat PooL.it is officially announced. This will raise the number of elevators owned by the Tool
lo 614.
For  distemper���Minard's   Liniment.
"Say, you don't know what real
trouble is."
"I don't ;i I once let it be known
to a few" friends that I wanted to insure myself."
Kill v/arts with   Minard's  Liniment.
At the glorious feast of knowledge
some people- never get!, any farther
than the soup.
W.   N.   U.   1C78
- When a woman Is unable   to    go
shopping she calls'on a neighbor and
ithey talk stop.
- Tlio - Swiss Industries Fair, the
origin of' which dates back lo tlie
middle Ages, will be held at Basel
this year, April 2 to 12.
. An Oil of Merit. ��� Dr.. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil is not- a jumble of medicinal substances thrown together
and pushed by advertising, but' tho
result of the careful investigation' of
the healing qualities of certain oils
as applied to the human body. It is
a rare combination and it-.won and
kept -.public favor front the first. A
trial of it will carry conviction to
any who doubt its power to repair
and heal. -I.
Spring Time is
CELERY KING Time
Brew a cup of this fine old vegetable tonic.
It is all thc spring medicine you need.
It drives out winter's poisons, improves
the appetite and makes you,feel better
right away. CELERY KING is good for
the whole family. At druggists, 30c & 60c_.
More mineral discoveries of importance have ""lately been made in
thc Portland canal area, Prince Rupert district.
Keep your secret from your friends
and your enemies will never get
next to It".
Tliere is only one "Hot-Shot" and it is an. Eveready-,
Columbia.   Look for the name "Hot-Shot" and insure yourself'
the . maximum   of   dependable   power   per' square ��� inch   ol
battery.
AU-Metal  Hot-Shot  case protects your  battery  against
damp, or  accident���safeguarding your  power  supply "at all"
times.
Remember���There  is  only  one  "Hot-Shot" .
and it is an Eveready-Columbia. _.
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THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
arrassing Position
eri
y
Miss-Jeanne Ginsberg, Bronx, -N. Y., writes: "I had .become accustomed to arising each day with a heavy head, dizzy and bad
taste in my mouth. My bowels were frequently clogged and coib.
stipated. One day I became so sick to my'stomach I had to leavo
an important job and go homo. A friend. advised mo to take
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. I feci greatly relieved since
using them and whenever my stomach and head goes -bad again
I'll certainly know what to do."
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are sugar coated, small, easy
to swallow, purely vegetable, and relievo the bowels free from pain.
They tonic the system as they are purely vegetable and do not
contain Mercury, Calomel or otlier poisonous drugs.
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS, 25c* and 75c. red packages.
Accidents In Lcndtan Increase
c*
Benefactor To
Human Race
.Founder of Antiseptic 'Surgery Made
Many Serious  Operations
.Posaible-
Macaulay, tlie  most    brilliant    oi
'the    Victorian    historians,   declared
that the greatest  benefactor to ,thn
human race was the man who grew
two blades of grass where ouly ont.
had grown .before. But what then is'
the due meed of him who is credltcn
with having.saved more human lives
in the latter days of the 11111616011111
century than'were lost in tho wars
of the hundred years that preceded
it? That was said of Joseph,. Lord
Lister, the founder of antiseptic surgery, tho ��� hundredth anniversary of
whose birth was recently'celebrated.
He it was wlio perceived the far-
reaching implications of- Pasteur's
epochal discoveries and realized that
a new era iii turgery would dawn
when wounds 'ceasecj to be tlie
breeding place of germs." It was Sir
William Osier,'the famous-Canadian
surgeon, "who-summed up Lister's
services to civilization'in.this arresting sentence: "Before.antiseptic stu-
gery, bacteria were mo're deadly.than
bullcls."-in fact, iu tlie old days
over one-fourth of those wounded in
'battle died, not of  lhe direct injui-
, ies, but of subsequent infection.
Contrary to the theory which had
(prevailed Trom  early    Chinese    and
* Greek times, that   the   fever  wliich
[accompanied the septic process  was
(a-necessary part of natural healing,"
j Lister proved ito't only that suppuration was not necessary but that  it
[was the preventable cause of deaths
following certain wounds  and many
serious  operations.      Hospital    gangrene became so common it no long-
fer.was possible to regard   it   as , a
necessary evil.'  Lister was put on
the right track by reading a paper
!by   Pasteur,   in   which   the   great
! Frenchman had shown    that - putrefaction was'duo to the presence or
���"minute living "germs" and    not    to
the air itself.- As,a result of his own
|experiments Lister came to tho conclusion'that the-only way to prevent
festering was to   keep    the   germs
[out.-���Ono-of���his-most^dai'iug-iiino-
.vafions was when  he used  carbolic
(acid, a violent poison to prevent in-
tfecton   ln   surgical   cases.   Another
[great contribution to*   surgory    was
[his substitution of ."catgut," which is
[absorbed in time, to silk and other
[materials, themselves-Ihe   cause    of
[trouble, used up to then for sewing
[up breaks in human tissue. Lister's
[new   Systran    enabled    surgeons   to
[venture on brain, chest and abdom-
Authority  on Agriculture
r " tr
Dr. Grisdale Has Intimate Knowledge
of All Phases of Basic Industry
Dr. J. ff. Grisdale, deputy ministci
of agriculture,, who is chairman ol
tho executive committee of Hie
world's poultry congress lo bo heici
in Ottawa this year, is recognized as
the foremost authority on agriculture and agricultural conditions iu
Cariada. The woik which lie,has'been
called upon to undertake and the experience whicli he has gained during his 30""*y<3ars o'f government
service in-the Federal department of
agriculture have given him an inti-
phascs    of
mate knowledge of   all
Canada's basic industry.
Born al'Ste. Marthc, Que., in 187u,
he received his early education at
Vankleek Hill high school" 'and at
Albert College, Belleville, and spent
two years at Toronto University. He
subsequently entered the OnLario
Agricultural College at Guelph,
whore ho won the gold medal for his
year. lie completed his. agricultural
course at tho Agricultural College,
Ames, Iowa, where he gradualea
with the degree of Bachelor of Agriculture.
He first entered ihe service of the
Government of Canada at the central
experimental farm, where hc had
charge of thc work in animal husbandry and .field husbandry carried
on in the experimental larm system.
He succeeded the" late Dr. .Wm.
Saunders as director of experimental
farms in 1911, and during thc period
1911-191S, when he hold that position, the experimental farms branch
gained a leputation, and. its wonc
gathered au imp-otus which makes it
today one of the most important in-
cuences in the development of Canadian agriculture.
In 1918, when the department of
agriculture was thorn of a number ol
its branches wl ich did not pertain
to agriculture, and became a' purely
agricultural department, Dr. Gris-
dalo became deputy minister, and
the same year" he was granted the
degree of D.Sc.A. by Laval University.
Since his appointment as deputy
head of.the department, Dr. Grisdale
lias, on several c'cc^^iis,_becn_call:
Figures Show Three Killed and 130
Hurt Every Dr.y
One, thousand and Iwcnty persons
wore killed r>iid'-47,2L3 were injured
in streat aciideats Iiisl. year in.
Greater London. In oilier words
three people _\vere killed every day
and 130 were injured.
These figures are revealed in a report -by the London and sIIome
Counties Traflic Advisory Committee.
The number o'f fatal accidents in
Greater London has Increased troiii
657 in 1920, lo 1,020 hi. 1926, while
non-falal acciJents, in the samo
period, have more than doubled,
-from 23.02S to 17,213. The proportion of children killed, however,
shows a steady decline, and this, the
committee 'consider, is largely clue
to "the stops takt-u by the authorities
lo teach school children to avoid the
risks of the streets.
Comparison is made with the"figures for'the United Stales, and the
committee report that the death
rale in America is approximately-
double that in Groat Britain.
It -is estimated that there aro now
300,000 mechanically, propelled vehicles in Greater London.
Crossing Lho road is lho cause.of
lho'largest number of'deaths among
pedestrians, but the number of
fatalities in which children are most
likely Lo have been involved all show,
a marked diminution.   (
"The lime has passed," the committee say, "when a pedestrian can
step from lho pathway without first
Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Constipation easily avoided and
-liver aroused   without calomel
Cfiamberfain's Tablets
^    Never sicken or gripe���25c :     }
Weight of British Debt
at
Amount  Owing   to  States  Placed
C,700 Tons of Gold
Great Britain's -<ebt to the United
States would make a lump of gold
weighing 6,700 tons, Lieut.-Col. L. S.
Amery, secretary for the Dominions,
estimated in a speech --at the annual
dinner of lho Mining and Metallurgy Institution, London.
"Therefore," he added, "our debt
to ^America is moro one for the prospector and mining engineer than for
the financier."
The British debt to the United
States was funded in 1923 at ? 1,600,-
000,000.
Is More Than Pleased
With Results % Got
Manitoba Man Speaks Highly of
Dodo's Kidney Pills
carefully looking-' to sec whether he
can cross in safety."
Old Law Not Rescinded
Day
Passed in Queen Elizabeth's
Penalized Non-Eater of
Fish
% Chancellor Winston Churchill is
telling a story lo Iiis friends now" of
how during his search for a now
means of taxation to "meet the enormous deficit, he discovered a law on
the statute books which was passed
in Queen Eiiabeth's any, and never
rescinded, decreeing Lhat every poison in England must eat fish on
Wednesday of each week.
If a man did not want to cat.fish
���and many did not���ho could get an
abstention license by paying^. ��20
(about ?100). Many paid for the license, and until 160o Queen -Eiizu
both found the law a clever ruse to
obtain money for tlie navy.
The quaint English law slill holfls
good, so tlie Chancellor of the Kx-
chequcr. says, and every one who
does not eat iish on Wednesday technically owes tho Government ��.20.
Mr. W. G. Kemble fJsed Dodd's Kidney  Pills  for  Weak  Kidneys  and
,   Found Them  Very Beneficial.
Miunedosa, Man. (Special) ��� The
following is one of the many letters
ol\ praise which wo are continually
receiving. It comes from Mr-. W." G.
Kemble, of Waters Street. He
writes: "Getting up in the mornings
I used to have bad pains in my kidneys. I was told to try Dodd's Kidney .-Pills ahd must say I have to
thank the person many times for
telling me about Dodd's Kidney Pills
for they brought me great relief. I
would not be without them."
' That Mr. Kemble's trouble came
from the kidneys is evidenced by the
relief he got from Dodd's Kidney
Pills. When the kidneys become
clogged or out ol order, the circulation" becomes sluggish, the impurities
aro not strained out of,the blood and
the. result is weariness and lack of
energy all over the body. This condition is not only disagreeable bul
dangerous as well. The impurities in
the blood are the seeds of disease.
Guard against these diseases and
get back your accustomed energy by
using Dodd's Kidney Pills. v >
Germany's 3ur<len Easy
Tax Load of Englishman is Two
Thirds More Than Teuton's
Once moro tho British will' have
brought homo to them Uie truth that
war is an expensive, business. Already the most heavily .taxed people
in the world, they*licard lrom Winston Churchill lhal Ihey must pay
yd more taxes to meet Lhe annual
��320,000,000 and  ��S30,000,000,
Of Ihis Iranoiulous sum, wliich, it
is calculated, means that every Englishman works one day in five foi
the Government, half goes for debt
charges.  Of this   ��-110,000,000, more
than nine-tenths, goes toward caring
for tho   ��7,000,000,000   or   ��35,000,-
000,000 the World War cost Britain.
This calls attention to how much
more it is  costing Britain -to liquidate her war expenditures than it is
costing Germany.    Using dollars for
ease of calculation the English Government   owes    ?35,000,000,000    ana
her debt charges   are   ?2,000,000,000
annually:    Germany    having    wiped
out her debt, owes tlie Dawes plan
annuities tho present total value-of
which is estimated at ?11,000,000,000.
Under thc maximum   annuities   she
pays ��600,000,000   yearly.   She   pays
two-thirds or that amount this, yeai.
Thus it will be seen that.it is 'costing German    taxpayers    about    one-
third as much as it is costing British
taxpayers lo care for Uie war debt.
The French Lhis year appropriate
23,000,000,000 francs, or about ��900,-
000,000. The debt charges aro aboui
Lho same proportion to',the budget
as the British but loss than half on
a gold basis.   Thc French war debt
cost is thus 50 per cent, more than
the German maximum.
Uncanny Imitation
Of  Human  Voice
Here's a washboard so strong
that a big, 165 pound man can
stand on it without damaging'it
in the slightest way.
That tough SMP Pearl Enameled
rubbing surface is mighty near ever-'
lasting, and thc rest of the board Is
built in the same way. The remark* "
able wearing qualities of this sturdy
washboard demonstrate die lifelong
wear you get from all SjVJP Enameled Ware utensils. Made by that old
established Canadian company.
-im Si ieet Metal Products Co. 0T. "����?*'
MONTREAL
EDMONTON
TORONTO
VANCOUVER
Mrs. E; Searls
Broadcasts Good News
ed upon to act as agricultural adviser to members of the Government in
negotiations vitally affecting the
agriculture of the Dominion. In 1922,
he assisted in the presentation to *the
Imperial Government of Canada's
case in regard to the importation of
sfocker cattle which finally' resulted
in lhe removal of tho embargo which
had been in existence for 30 years.
In 1923, he 'accompanied the Canadian delegation to the Imperial conference as agricultural adviser auo
acted in the samo capacity'in connection with the Imperial economic
conference of 1926. lie is a member
of the research 'council of Canada,
and ^'oint chairman of the tuberculosis and .rust committees of that
council.
.Not Altogether Unfortunate
. Someone has decided that the loiter "E" is the most 'unfortunate
letter "in the English alphabet, because it Is always out of Cash, for
over in Debt, never out of Danger,
and in Hell all the. time. No little
crediUs-due,*-however,���in-that--"It-is
ne/'or in War and always In Peace.
And we are deeply indebted to this
little letter since it is the beginning
of Existence, and the end of Trouble.
Without It there would be no Meat,
no Life, .and no Heaven. It is the
centre o'f Honesty, and" although it
starts off in Error, it ends by making Love perfect.
Had New Experience
At Bird Sanctuary
Famous Naturalist Proves That
."Wild Geese" Are Not, Wild,
Jack Miner, famous -naturalist,
whoso bird sanctuary ai Kingsville,
is one. of the show places of "Ontario,
has contended for a long time that
tjie -Canadian wild goose is not .wild
���that it'is human beings that are
wild.- He had ,a now experience
while entertaining a party" of visitors at his place,- who,, arrived there
at dawn to see "geese1 Hock from the
lake to his ponds. He was attempting to show the visitors how lit
chases thc birds i'rom one pond to
another���the^shnplc act ofjhrowing
corn cobs at them. There was one
goose, whicli would not be persuaded, Miner* threw several cobs at thb.
bird, but in vain. FinalI5-, with dett
arm he hit one of the birds. It mere
"v.
ly flapped its wings,! and continued
to swim. "That certainly proves that
thc wild goose is not as wild as it is
supposed to be," Miner declared.
English  Inventor   Makes   Organ-pipe
Reed Speak Clearly
By thc use of an organ-pipe reed,
his fingers and a bellows operated by-
foot, an English   inventor   has   succeeded in imitating the human voice
to an extent that is uncanny.    Tht
reed serves as the vocal organ and
the fingers. as  the  tongue and lips.
He recently produced llie   sentence,
"Hello, London;  are-you there?" as
���clearly as if   he   were   telephoning
from New. York, It is  claimed lhat
the experiment proves  lhal the human voice is largely a- mechanical
result of muscular and  nervous action.
THAT BABY OF YOURS
Greatest Business Asset
Good will is the result of continuous and satisafctory experience:
Good will is tho greatest asset of
any merchant or ��� manufacturer. It is
attained and maintained by judicious" advertising-, and it can be kept
up by constant iteration and reiteration. What better medium could
poss-lbly be used than the advertising columns of newspapers.
Many mothers can testify to the
virtue of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, because they know from
experience how useful it, is.   -
When a woman can't think <>f.an>-
thing else to say to her -husband she
cautions him not to eat so fast or
smoke so much.
Bladder Weakness
Remedied by
Veteran "Mountie" Dead
.     ���Haybtll Studio
Woodstock, Ont., ��� "I found Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription excellent
as a tonic and nerve medicine. I was in h
rundown, weakened state of health. My
tnerves were all upset, Loould not sleep
and had very little tLppotitc. I took Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription and found
it very helpful. It sharpened up my
appetite, strengthened my nerves, and I
fcould sleep. It built mc up in health and I
ell better in~ every way. I tliink the
'Favorite Prescription' is the finest
iedicine any woman can take." Mrs. E.
Snarls, 071 Canterbury St.
Any drug store, in tablets or liquid, or
nd 10c to Dr. Pierce's Laboratory in
ridgeburg, Ont., for trial pkg. of tab*
,eta.
W.   N,   U-   1678
New Idea For Houses
Houses should turn their back on
the noisy streets, says Leandre Vail-
lat, art authority of Paris. Homes
should 1)0 built- to face on a central
court, according to M. Vaillat, with
a garden for the children and Quiet,
for the family. He remarks thai facing houses away from the street is
a reversion to the older tjpes, but is
justified.
Buffalo man recommends
them for kidney and
bladder trouble
A soft bqd will build as much mental energy for the sleeper in six
hours as a hard bed will in eight, is
the conclusion reached by a noted
psychologist.
Speaking of fruit, the-first apple
caused a. lot of trouble for the flrst
pair.
Gin Pills bring you quick relief
from urinary and bladder troubles.
THey soothe t the kidneys, and Madder and get rid ,of that burning
sensation; the frequent desire to
urinate is .overcome; brick dust deposits disappear. You can again
enjoy comfort by day and sound
sleep by night. Thousands of people
are relieved of bladder and kidney
troubles every year. Reac} what
George F. Doetterl, Buffalo, N.Y.,
says of Gin Pills:
"I suffered from bladder Wdaknesi
and frequent urination. I had tried
other kidney remedies, but got no
relief. Adu'scd to take Gin Pills, I
did so, and after talcing halt a box
noticed much improvement. I can
sincerely recommend these pills to
anyone suffering, irom kidney and
bladder derangement."
If you have headaches, backache,
uric acid,-pain in the kidneys, dizziness, frequent urination or swollen joints, Gin Pills will correct
them. 50c a box at all druggists.
"The National. Drug & Chemical
Co. of  Canada, Limited, Toronto,
<- Canada. -   125
John   Stuttaford    Member    of    First
Contingent to Reach MacLeod-
John Slultaford, S3, believed to be
the last survivor of-the first contingent of Royal North West Mounted
Police to reach   MacLeod   in   JS73,
died there  recently   after   the   best
part of a lifetime >spent in Alberta.
Mr. .Stuttaford came   to   MacLeod
with lho famous French police expedition, the j'car before Colonel MacLeod headed his forces into thc territories. He lived in MacLeod  ever,
since. .
Tho dead veteran was buried here
with full military honors, a unique
feature of the ceremonies being that
six veterans of the police expedition
of 1S74 acted as pall-bearers.
Keep Him Well With the Aid
of Baby's Own Tablets
No matter how . strong and rosy
your child may be he requires a
laxative sometimes so that the
stomach may bo kept sweet, and the
system clean.
Formerly the laxative medicines
given to children were disagreeable
ones���castor oil, senna tea, powders
and so on. But now Baby's Own
Tablets, easily administered jind
-ploafctiitt���to-taker have" superseded"
these. The children like Baby's Own
Tablets.
Not only as a laxative but in many
other ways these Tablets arc - an
ideal remedy for little ones. They
quickly reduce feverishness, relieve
indigestion, colic and vomiting, prevent constipation, check diarrhoeaf
allay teething pains and promote
healthful, natural sleep.
You can get Baby's Own Tablets
at any dealer in medicine or at 25
cents a box trom The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
222nd!  Battalion Re-Union
That all may .learn, and all may
be comforted.���1 Cor. xiv. 31.   .
When God gives to-us the clearest
sight,
lie does not touch   our   eyes   witn
love, but sorrow.
.     ~ .���John Boyle O'Reilly.
Wc must. suffer in ourselves before we cau truly love others, ana
we must suffer greatly before we
can love' widely. Why it is so we
may not be able to' loll, unless it be
tljat only thus do we gain a thorough
knowledge of ourselves' There is in
thc heart of man ,a secret'chain Der
where God has put all humanity ancl
Himself; touch the door with the
hand of suffering ancl it flies open,
and man finds himself one with all
others, and God Himself in tha
midst of them.
���Theodore T. Munger.
Develop Fort McMurray Tar Sands
Arrangements by the Altapave Co.,
of California, to instal a ?200,000_pjant_
��t-FonT-McMurray, Alberta, for the
development arid extraction ot asphal-
tie deposits in the tar sands there are
nearing completion.
The American quick lunch, with
its high stools, flipping flapjacks,
odors of "ham an" nnd sly-ill .cries
of waiters, has invaded Mexico City.
Siestas are broken as the crowds
flock to eat sandwiches at the new
white fronts.
Misery Cut in Half
Friend: "Well how do you like be
ing married? You were always lamenting when you were a bachelor."
Newly-married. Friend: "Oh, it's
mucli better, thanks. Before I was
miserable at home and miserable
when I went out, and now I am
only miserable at home."
Association to be Formed of Former
Members of This Unit
At a Re-union Dinner of the
222nd Ttattalion held in Winnipeg
recently, it was decided to form an
Association for the purpose of having an annual Itc-unlon, and keeping
former members of the unit in
touch with each other. Full particulars of the associotiou can bo obtained by communicating with Lt.-
Col. Jas. Lightfoot, o'f Lightfoot's
Transfer Co., Winnipeg, or Mr. Jas.
Hercus, cjo Hydro Offices, King St.,
Winnipeg. It Is hoped to make this
association a real success and all
former member of the battalion aie
urged to send in their names and addresses.
The indications of worm aro restlessness, grinding of the teeth, picking of the nose, extreme peevishness,
often convulsions. Under these conditions one of the best- remedies
that can bc got is Miller's Worm
Powders. Thcy will attack tho
worms as soon as administered and
thoy pass away in ihe evacuations.
The little sufferer will be immediately eased and a return of the attack
wiil not be likely.
Girl students at William ancl Mary
College who "do not make eighty in
their studies may not have "dates"
and other social privileges.
Minard's Liniment soothes tired feet.
Customer: "Oh, dear, no: I simply could not walk a step in shoes
that pinch like that."
Shoe Clerk: "I'm sorry, madam,
but you've tried on all our different
stylos. These thoes are the ones
you were wearing when you came
In."
The worst, o'f some people is that
they only keep quiet when you are
talking so that Ihey can think of
some thing to break in with.
Many Radio Phone Calls
Thb Postmaster-General announced
that to the end ot March the number
of trans-Atlantic radio telephone
calls passing between England and
America was 257 westward and 39S
eastward.
No need to suffer with corns, or
to run thc risk of paring them. Ke-
move them surely and painlessly
with Holloway's Corn Remover.
In 1S68 the first regularly equipped
government fish hatchery on this
continent was erected by the Dominion of Canada at Newcastle, Ontario.
Going fishing���take
ment. " -
Minard's    Lini.
Was So Nervous
The Least Noise
Made Her Jump
Mrs. W. II. Yates, Ashern,> Man.,'
writes:���"I was bothered very much
with my heart aud nerves/ and tho
least noise would make me jump and
almost stop my heart beating,
I told my mother about it ono day,
and she said that she had been
bothered the same way and told me t��
get a box of
]'0it^tyy,
\Phen I had taken the one box I felt
quite a lot better and by the time I had
token three boxes I got relief."
. Price SOc a box at> all doalera, or -
mailed direct oa receipt of price by
,The T.'Milbun Co., Limited, Taxootab
Jta* i^^MSHSMrtwawwfcW****���
THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
lie Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.   .
G. W. A. SMITH
Editor and Proprietor
Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance,
or $2.50 when not paid for three
months or more have passed. To
"Sreat Britian and the United States
$2.50, always iu advance.
,.    ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner  Notices. .?25.U0
Coal and Oil Notices.....    7.00
Estray Notices     3.0U
Cards  of  Thanks.    1.00
Certificate   of   Improvement.... 12.50
(When   more   than   one   claim
appears in notice, $5.00 for each
additional   claim).
AU other lcg-al advertising-16 cents a
line first insertion, and 12 cents a line
for each subsequent insertion, 11011-
pariel measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50
cents an inch each insertion.   .
Business locals 12^c. a line each
insertion.
No letter to the editor will be inserted
except over the proper signature ancl
address of the writer. This rule admits
of no exceptions.
Midway News
Geo. Chisholm left on Wednesday on a few days visit.
The Ladies Aid will meet on
Saturday, April 30th, in:.the Old
School. ,    ���    -
A practice game vof baseball will
be played here on the local
diamond -at 2 p.m. on May 1st,
Republic vs Midway.
Mrs. Harold Moll ami the
Misses Inez and Joan Richtei
will leave for Spokane on Saturday to visit Mrs. Joe Richter.
Long winters make long faces.
Come and follow the crowd to the
Farmer's Hall, Midway, on Fri
day, April 29th, ancl forget your
troubles. There will be charming
girls, lovely scenery, new songs,
comic stunts, etc. Bush's melody
orchestra will be there in their
usual generous style! The good
eats will be supplied by the Midway Women's Institute. Doors
open at 8 p.m. Come early.
Remember that it is on Friday of
this week.
Beaverdell Briefs
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, ���and
that the editor would be pleased to have more money.
'-'Save The Forest Week"
According to a perfectly reliable
estimate there is twice as much
hardwood in the world as there is
soft wood. But the demand for
soft wood is four times as great
as that four hardwood. Canada
is one of the greatest softwood
producing areas in the world and
British Columbia is by far the
most important section of the
Dominion's vast forest lands.
This Province's timber is practically all softwood and of the
largest and most valuable species
that exist. ,   .
The above facts furnish a most
telling subject for public discussion during 'this week which is
known as "Save the Forest-
Week," April 24th-to 30th next.
This period is fixed in Canada by
Royal decree and in the United
States by Presidental order, to be
set aside for a concentrated effort
of thought and action regarding
one of the most important duties
-of a citizen of a richly timbered
country���namely, keeping fires
out of their forests. Fire is the
enemy���fires set by human agency
which destroys far more timber
than is felled by the lumberman's
axe.
Hardwoods grow in the sparsely inhabited and jungle areas of
the tropics where losses by fire
are comparatively small. Softwoods are found in the countries
-where^t-he���people-are=far=mora
healthily active and the forest fire
menace is far more serious, both
as regards frequency and the
servicable value of the timber.
Mahogany may fetch more than
Douglas fir���but what is of the
���most-value to man? If the hard-
woocL supply of the world were
cut in two, few would suffer
:seriously, butlthejearly..drain on
our softwood resources, caused by
fire represents a disturbing economic problem. There are no
real subtitutes for B.C. timber!
Forest fires in the unique and
valuable softwood ,are occurrences
which should be reduced _ by
drastic public action t.o ah. irre-
reducible minimum.
"The Wilderness Woman"
Miss Esther Nordman, of Nelson, is visiting relatives in camp
this week.
James Keny deputy assessor, of
Penticton, was a visitor to town
over the week-end.
A. Richardson, of Penticton, is
now employed as watchman at
the Revenge property. _
Work at the Beaver' mine will
begin on May 1st and R. L.
Clothier will again be in charge.
George Hambly of Greenwood,
is in camp and will spend a couple
of days looking over the claims on
the hill.
George Love, teacher of; ti e
local school, returned from Victoria "on Sunday where he had
spent the Easter holidays.
.'G.-.'S. Walters and N. E. Morrison came up from Greenwood
on Saturday to attend a meeting
of the Wellington shareholders on
Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clegg. of
the Sally mine, are. leaving the
last of the week for Nelson.- Mr.
Clegg's health will not permit him
to < do any further work in. the
mine. ..*!���*.
H. B. Morley and J. D. Morgan
motored over from Penticton on
Monday to visit the Sally mine in
which they are interested.- Mr.
Morgan was also demonstrating
the new Pontiac Six, for which he
is agent in the Penticton district.
Flourishing Immigration Prospects
A.'E. McDOUGALL
Contractor and Builder
If
Foreign and Domestic Monuments
Asbestos Products Co. Roofinff
Lainatco Walllboard
SHOP AT GREENWOOD
ti
Box 332 Grand Forks, B.C.
Pictures 1+ i
:s 1+ i���Tj plcal examples of ju-.cnilc (j pe of immigrants to Canada.   No. & shows 7 children nlio arrived alone recently,
3. Immigrants trow ding the (locKs for a iirst glimpse of Canadian shores.   3.  .Sturdy settlers for the Dominion.
'he active immigration season of
1927 that has just opened will see,
according to authoritative information given out by the Department of
Colonization and Development of
the Canadian Pacific _ Railway, the
largest and most effective addition to
Canadian population of any "similar
period since the outbreak of the Great
War. -In the-opinion of authorities it
is not unreasonable for the Dominion
to expect over 200,000 new citizens,
or about 70,000 more thaii during the
year 1926. During this year Canada
received 135,984 settlers. -
Several factors tend towards this
promised increased, of which one of
the most potent in the gradual evolution of systems and a development of
new machinery that has made tho
organization well nigh perfect. Further reductions in ocean and, rail
rates from the British Isles have induced considerable numbers to submit to the" examinations for acceptance under the cheap passage. Applications at the rate of several a day are
Jreing received, it is reported. Already
'" y
this year well over 3,000 settlers have
been hmded in Canada by the
Canadian Pacific liners plying between this country and the Motherland. It is interesting to note that
about_sixty per cent of the applicants
are miners and others who have some
knowledge of and experience at farm
work. 7
The volume of pertiheni inquiries
from United States Agriculturists
with regard to western Canadian
farming prospects, has been much
heavier this year than for some years,
is the report. This is regarded as a
most reliable index to the trend of
the movement. A new^nd significant
movement to develop however is that
of tobacco growers from North and
South Carolina, Virginia and other
states to "Western Ontario, being
attracted by the rosy prospects now
facing the Canadian tobacco growing
industry. -"**��� *.*.
Though lana settlement conditions
have drastically changed and the
tendency isxto place newcomers on
vacant lands within reasonable distance of the railways, it was pointed
out that it was a mistake to consider
that homesteadmg is,.altogether a
thing of the past as. a factor of
western Canadian development.
During the' year 1926 homestead
occupations in the west amounted to
an increase of 60 per cent over the
occupations for the'previous year,
and accounted-for the occupation of
nearly a million acres of raw land.
This movement in continuing as is
evident in the figures of fillings in
January 1927 which were 32 per cent
than those of the same month of the
previous year.     ,
The most significant factor today,
it was pointed out, is the local colonization board, througli wjiich the
general interest in immigration and
colonization takes practical shape
under the direction of. the railways.
About 150 similar boards now exist in
western Canada.
Juvenile immigration, the impor-'
tance of which is being increasingly
realized in recent years, promises to
be very heavy.during the year 1927,
all of which is being directed towards
the land.
SEND YOUR
BOOTS and SHOES _.
To
Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20lh Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay postage one way. Terms cash
Jl
OF
HOT fi
H
Robert -.Kane stands sponsor for a
comedy-melodrama, "The Wilderness
Woman," his latest First National
production, which will be presented at
the Greenwood Theatre ou Saturday,
April 30th.
Mr. Kaiie has always seen to it that
his pictures contain-. an" all-star cast,
and in the present instance; he has
broug-lit a: well known trio���Aileen
Pringle; Lowell Sherman and Chester
Conklin���tog-ether to'play the.,principal
roles of the picture.
"The Wilderness Woman" is by
Arthur Stringer, author of such picture
successes as "Womanhandled" and
"Manhandled" and :it offers Miss
Pringle her first character comedy role,
something entirely different from anything she has attempted heretofore.
In the supporting cast are Henry
Vibart and .Robert Cain, while not the
least important member of the cast is'a
bear cub, Miss Pringle's constant companion throiigh much of the picture's
amusing action.
The program will commence with a
Felix comedy.    "-;
Creepy Furniture
Teacher:   "Who can describe a
caterpillar?"
Bright Pupil:   "lean."
Teacher:   "Well?" ^
Bright Pupil:   "An upholstered
worm."
Tittle-Tattle
Everyone is busy cleaning up
their back yard. Just moving
things, they put there, out of the
wayrwhen-it-was-254)elow.
One begins to wonder, at last,
what one did with one's summer
underwear or whether one has
any! '.._���       ) ���__��� ���
The Show on Saturday night
was excellent. Makes one wish
we had more bad men as good as
'^3 BadMen.'w- . --���,--*
Don't forget Friday, May 13th.
Bulls at Large
Any person having Bulls
at large before July 1st, will
be prosecuted. *
Greenwood Riding
Stock Breeders Association
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF MIDWAY
PIG CLUB .
I have a number of purebred Berkshire, pigs which I ain holding for "the
benefit of the above Club. All those
who want pigs kindly notify me as soon
as possible. Price $7.00 each. Six
weeks old May 26th.
..-;':,,,     J. C. CASSELMAN,
* Boundary Falls.
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to honest and ambitious men ancl
women with a will to achieve and
a desire to make more money.
Darwin's Limited Home Service
Department will furnish the
reputation and capital for you to
build a successful business and
permanent income selling Darwin's Dresses ancl Coats at moderate prices; a new, novel and
complete sales outfit will bc furnished to those whose applications
to represent us are accepted; write
at once and tell us about yourself;
you will hear from us promptly;
Darwin's merchandising ancl
sales experts will train those who
have not had former experience
selling ladies dresses and coats;
Darwin's operate a chain of large
and successful, retail ready-to-
wear stores aiid this is your
chance to become permanently
��� connected with this vast organization which was founded more
than 20 years ago.   Address,
=Darwin!sJimited-Dept_51_4^_��
Box 612, Montreal, Que.
Sometimes the informality
of tiie spoken word
is more effective
than a letter
"Long Distance, please"
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
"Provincial Elections Act"
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD
ELECTORAL DISTRICT
'NOTICE is hereby ���riven thai I sliall, on
Monday, the 16th day of May. l')27. at llie hour of
10 o'clock in the forenoon, al the Court-house.
Greenwood, hold a siuintr of lhe Court of
Revision for tlie purpose of revising the list of
votcrs..foi' the said electoral district, and of
hearing and determining any aud all objections
to the retention of any name on tlie said list, or
to llie .registration as a voter of any applicant
for registration; and for thepther purposes set
forth in the "Provincial Elections Act."
An adjourned Sitting of the Couit of Re
vision will bc held at llie Court-house, ('.rami
Forks, at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon ou Tuesday, May 17,192".
Dated at Greenwood, 15.C, this 14t1i"dav of
April, 1927.
S. ]{. HAMILTON,
Registrar of Voters,
Grand Forks-(iimenwood
��� Electoral District.
^VILIkIAM h. wood
PHYSICIAN AND SUUG EON
GRKKNWOOD
TlrftonsflirM Mining"'&^S m el tin g Co.
of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS and REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and. Zinc
"TADANAC"  BRAND
PRE EMPTIONS
Vacant unreserved, surveyed Ciown lands may
be pre-empted by British subjects over <8 ycais
of ajje, and by aliens on'declaring intention ta
become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement for. agricultural purposes.
Full infoimation concerning; i-cgu'uLions regiiid-
iiucpre-unpliotis is given in Bulletin No. 1, Land
Series, "llov. to Pre-empt Land," copies 'of
which can be obtained free of chaise by addressing the Derailment of Lands, Victoria, B.C., or
to any Government Agent.
Records will be granted covering only land
suitable for agricultural purposes, and which is
not timberland, i.e., carrying over 8.000 board
feet per acie west of thc Coast Range and 5,000
feet per acre east of that Rango.
Applications for pre-emptions are 'to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land
Recording Division, in which the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed forms, copies
of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions musl be occupied for five years
and improvements made to the value of $10 per
acre, including clearing and cultivating at
least five .acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
.For more detailed information see the Bulletin
"How lo Pre-empt Land."
u
VI
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of
vacant and unreserved Crown Lands, not being
timberland, for agricultural purposes; minimum
price for first-class (arable) land is S5 per acre,
and second-class (grazing) land S2.50 per acre.
Further information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown Lands is given in Bulletin No." 10,-Land
Scries, "Purchase and Lease of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or industrial sites on timber land,
not exceeding 40 acres, may be-purchased or
leased, the conditions including payment of
stumpage.
HOMESITE LEASES
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20 acres,
may be leased as homesitcs, conditional upon a
dwelling being. erected in the .first year, title
being obtainable after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land has been
surveyed. S
LEASES.
For grazing and industrial purposes areas not
exceeding G40 acres mr.ybe leased by one person-
or a company.
_   GRAZING
Under the Grazing'Act-the Province is divided
into grazing .districts and the range administered
under ti Grazing Commissioner. Annual' grazing
poimits are issued based on numbers ranged,
priority given to established owner's. Stock-
owners may form associations for range management. Free, or partly free, permits are available for settlers, campers and travellers, up to
ten head.
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The Mineral Province of Western Canada
.^.'.'������r.-.TO'-.THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925
.;*..   Has. produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $77,G63,045, Lode Gold
7      $122,808,459;  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 Stone, Brick, Cement, etc, $44,905,886; making its.Min-
^eral production to the end of 1925, show an
Aggregate Value of $920,919,628
Production for the year ending December, 1925, $61,492,242
The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal, and the fees lower, than those of   any   other
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 obtained gratis by addressing���
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, Bntish Columbia.
N.B. Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has
been done are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining investments should.refer to such 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 Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of
information.

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