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VOL. 1
GREENWOOD, B.C.," THUKSDA Yy OCTOBER 28, 1926
Hunting' Time is
Try us for
Winchester and Western. Ammunition
 -and	
Dominion Canuck Shot Gun Shells
Fine Quality New Crop
Australian
Currants and Sulta
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For quality and value order from
No. 13
We carry a good line of
Men's, Women's and
Children's Rubbers
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Stanfeld's Underwear
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Assortment of Ladies
Handkerchiefs
Of Local Interest
Mrs. G. B. Taylor is the guest
of Mrs. T. Jenkin in Trail.
Service in St. Jude's Church on
Sunday, Oct. 31st, at 7:30 p.m.
We_have the agency for the
Stewart Warner Radio
Demonstrations   given    each
evening, except Sunday.  You
at'e cordially invited to listen
to a good programme.
Ellen Trounson's Store
Midway News
'���*. The Farm Institute are going to
hold a '-'bee" ] very shortly to
shingle and repair the cloak rooms
adjoining the hall.
A Turkey Shoot will be held
i in Midway on  Saturday, ^Nov.
Staff ^Sergeant J. A.. Fraser and 6th starting at 10 a.m.   The birds
son, Percy; of Penticton, were in are in prime condition.
town during the week-end. m,   T .. ,.     .., ��� "'*.'.��� ,
��� The Ladies Aid Bazaar will be
held in the Old School on Saturday, Nov. 6th at 2 p.m. Fishpond for the children. Afternoon
tea will be served. '
The Dodd's Auction Sale was
very   successful   last  Saturday
very few articles remaining unsold. ' to
At a meeting of the Farmer's
New Company Takes
Over Spotted Horse
G. E. Bartholomew of Spokane,
was in town^today and stated to
The Greenwood LpcIpp tfn+ thr
Silver Charm Milling and Mining
Company    has   been  organized
under the laws of the State of
Washington by H. C. Myrick, of
Seattle, and associates, to take
over the   Spotted   Horse  mine
from  the   Jubilee   Mining  Co.
Work  will   commence" on   this
property   very    shortly.      Mr.
Bartholomew  spent the greater
part of the day at the mine break-
ore and  showed  the   editor   a
Mass will be celebrated in the, ...���.���. ^ung.uL.uj ^ ux   a
Catholic Church on All -Saints'('Institute on Saturday last,  the'l-g^^^at'hTdisMverS1 which
Day, Monday, Nov. 1st, at 7:30 .'Basketball Club, mode" arrange-'wag J   ck,ed with    ]��
I ments to hire the Farmers Hall |   ���
for their practices and games.
o'clock.
Insurance
'STfffifWW WJ'ilwy^ WjnBHfJY
The Newest Sn Light Globes
Mazda
Inside frosted Globes
Giving Bright Diffused Light
Real Estate &
Fire, Accident & Sickness, Life,
Automobile.'Bonds, Burglary, &c
Auctioneer
Houses for Rent.or Sale   .'
Call at the Office of
CHARLES KING
GREENWOOD, B.C.
TAYLOR & SON
���     Phone 17
..   Order Your
i
Christmas Greeting Cards
For Overseas Mailing Now
See the Samples at
GOODEVE'S DRUG STORE
Wc would like to call your attention ,to
the fact that our
REPAIR DEPARTMENT "
is always in a position to give you the
best there is in
Service and Workmanship
If j'ou have had difficulty in g-etting-
your watch to keep time bring it to us
aud we will make it right
We handle a good line of' Glasses
A. A. WHITE
Watchmaker and Jeweler
F. J. White, Manager
Miss ��>."��� CX Caldwell left; for
Vancouver on Friday after a few
days visit with her sister, Mrs. G.
B. Taylor. .    -,->���
Mrs. Joe Christian 'and daughter, Evelyn, of Christian Valley,
were the guests of: Mr. and Mrs.
A. Legault [ for : a few:; days this
week. '\   y.Xx [:z
Mrs. E. H. Corpe and daughter
Betty, returned; to Nelson on
Friday after a three weeks visit
with  Mr.   and, Mrs.   G.- W. A.
smith,.:; ���������,: ;.;���-..
Messrs. Manly, Miller, Dunn
and Scheer, of Grand Forks, were
in town on Wednesday on business in connection with the
K. of P. Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen
and daughter returned to Trail on
Friday after a couple of weeks
visit with relatives in Bridesville
and Greenwood.
Don't ��� forget; the Hallowe'en
Dance in the Farmers Hall, on
'Friday.night of this week. A real
good time in store for those who
attend. "Xyy[i . ���.
Harold Erieksori's many friends
welcomed him home on Tuesday,
after being in the District Hospital for several weeks with" a
broken leg.
Judging by the great interest
taken in the 8th annual Masquerade Dance at Greenwood on Nov.
8th there will be, more people in
attendance this, year than ever.
The costumes promise to be
better than ever and Bush's five
piece orchestra with a special
saxaphone is an added attraction.
Consolidated Bonds
Jimmy Copland's Mine
The Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Company, of Trail, have
taken a bond on Jimmy Copland's
mining property in the Bridesville
district. Machinery and supplies
are already on the ground and
work will commence right away.
Not since the early days has a
large mining company entered
this field and the result of this
enterprise will be keenly watched
by all mining men in the district.
Crescent Ships Oi*e
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SAMUEL, GOLDWYN presents
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Let us Quote you on
Agents for the
JOHN DEERE Line of Farm and Tillage Goods
'BROWN'S STORES
MIDWAY AND RQCK QREEK
HIIIMMIIIIW  III���!���! imm I I ������I "
1     MEAT  MARKET
(Under new management)
H. J. PURKIS
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal and Poultry
Home Made Sausage and Pork Pies
home Cured Mams and Bacon
A TRIAL SOLICITED
. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
COPPER STREET -:- GREENWOOD
irMinwBWWiwfcui-m r-ntcaas
A public auction of Crown-
granted mineral claims jfor delinquent taxes will be held' on Monday, Nov. 1st, at 11 a.m., at the
Provincial Police Court, Penticton.    ���
The Ladies Aid of the United
Church, Greenwood, .wilLhold a
Sale of-Home Cooking and Fancy
Work on Saturday," Oct. 30th.
There will be a Fish Pond for
children.
Mrs. A. Sater left this morning
for Seattle where' her mother is
seriously ill. Mrs. M. Anderson,
who will spend .the winter in:San
Jose, Cal., accompanied Mrs.
Sater as far as Spokane..
Mr. and Mrs.  W.  H. Docksteader,   with  their   two  sons,
Norwood and Wilfred, and daughter, Velva, left Grand Forks last
|^week^by^motor^forwVaiicouvef7
Rock Creek Junior Pig Club
As announced last week, second
prize was awarded to the above
Club in the Inter-Swine Club
Judging Competition in British
Columbia, the Cranbrook Club
winning first prize by a small
margin. The standing of the first
four clubs is 1st Cranbrook, 2nd
Rock Creek, 3rd Salmon Arm,
4th Midway.        y  , _  .
In a letter .-just..received from
A shipment of about 20 tons of
ore was made. from the Crescent
mine to the Trail smelter this ���
week. 'J. H. DuHamel has been
operating this property' for some
time and through hard work has
made it look very promising.
Armistice Masquerade
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, OCT. 30th
Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
_ ^  w~*       av/a Y CU.J.UUU. V CI j
where ihey intend to reside again.
N.'E. Morrison; T. Crowley and
Miss Vera Kempston of the staff
!of the local school, and Miss
Isabel Keir of the Boundary Falls
school, are back at their duties
after attending the Teachers Convention in Nelson.   ,.
Charlie Noren, son: of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Noren, of Christian
Valley, had the misfortune last
week *to fall from a load of hay
with the result that an arm was
broken. He was taken to the
District Hospital for treatment. ���.,
Jim and Lloyd Lane, .of Vancouver, who went to the prairie
to help in the harvest fields and
were only able to get one day's
work, left this morning for their
home after a, week's visit, the
guests of their grandparents, Mr,
and Mrs. Mark Christensen.
The Committee in charge of the
prizes to be given at the Veterans
Annual Masquerade which will be
.,  ,���rrm. ���i��_f ranauTaA <w_��� held at the Masonic Hall, Green-
.. j.u a letter .-just..received irom   - . j -ut- i���---. xt^a^u,��� q -
Dr Km'(?lit- Live "SthHc fin'mmi*. wood' on Monday,-November 8,
ui. Ajiignt, Live btoeK oommis-. have about completed thpirwni*
sioner,   who   judged  the  clubs <*uuuu ^"
throughout the Province, he says:'
"Convey my compliments to the
boys and girls of your Club oh
the quality of the pigs turned out
which I think is very creditable
to any swine club.   The number
was not large it, is true, but still
all pigs showed considerable quality and were much  superior in
type to the Club I judged some
two or three years ago."
Gus
 Ericksoj^j?!iq7iBd^b.eeiL
"empleyed'by Boyle Bros, diamond
drilling at Copper Mountain, died
in the Princeton hospital, on Oct.
19th, from blood poisoning in his
left arm. Deceased was a native
pf Sweden, coming to Canada 17
years ago and located at Phoenix.
He was unmarried; has two sisters
residing in Princeton���Miss M.
Erickson and Mrs. Jaeobson.. A.
O. Johnson, of Pricetdn, is an
uncle of the deceased.
have about completed their work.
The prize for the best comic lady
is giving some trouble in its' selection, but-the committee announces
the other prizes as follows: -.
Best Ladies Costume���Glass
and silver service tray with two
handsome cups and saucers.
Best Gentleman's Costume���
Pair Oxford shoes.
Best Original Costume���Handsome motor rug.
Best    Comic    Man���Box    of
cigars.
I^Best"
doll.
"Girls'   Costume���A   fine
"D
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vatcti.
On Friday evening, the home
pf Mr. and. Mrs. Chas.' Moll,
Greenwood, was the scene of a
surprise party, the occasion
being their eldest son's birthday.
Harold was away and on his re-*
turn home.--, found 60 friends
waiting to wish him many happy
returns of the day. The young
people danced in the lovely large
oiighly sorvieeablc
In order to aasUt possible competitors for the best original costume, the committee has asked
The Greenwood Ledge to "make it
plain that costumes representing
historical or fiction characters will
not be eligible for this prize, which
is intended as a .reward for the
one showing the greatest originality and ingenuity. Credit will
be given primarily to the idea
represented and then to the skill
and care with wliich that idea has
been carried out.
From enquiries and comments-
reaching   the   "committee  there
seems to be no doubt that more
���interest  is  being  taken in this
event this year than ever before;
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Giving Wings
To Friendship
-The long-distance telephone gives wings
to friendship. It enables the human voice to
be carried along wires at a speed of thousands
of miles per second without losing-'any of its
cordiality. The special'night rates after 8:30
p.m. are advantageous for social chats.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
Coming! Saturday, Nov. 6th
"Painted People"
also a comedy
"On the Job"       '
Earl Johnson, of Beaverdell,
who has been visiting, in company with his mother, *, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson, Boundary Falls, had his right
arm fractured while at play a few
days ago.'! He was, taken to the
District Hospital where the injury
was attend to by Dr. A. Francis.
room so appropria��fo7aiiappy although it has for years being
time.   At midnight a dainty sup- considered as the social event of
T*_Rr WAS  0O1-17Q/-I    ov..-l    *���>"���     '	
per was served and the birthday
cake cut. The merry makers
kept things lively until the wee
sma' hours when on leaving they
report having a good time. Much
credit is due Miss Renie Skilton,
Miss L. Brennan and Miss V;
Walmsley for playing the piano,
and W.-G: Moll the violin."
the season.
A Quiet Dresser
Mrs. Suburb:   "Your husband
always dresses so quietly."
,Mrs. Travelingman:   "Oh, does
he?   You ought to hear him when
'he loses his collar button.'5���Ex.
The United Church of Canada
Rev. Andrew Walker, B.A.
Minister in charge, Greenwood
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31st
Bridesville 11 a.m.
Myncaster 2 p.m.
. Midway 4 p.m.
Greenwood 7:30 p.m.
Ross Fleming, of Keremeos,
agent for the Sun Life Assurance
Company, is spending a few days
in Greenwood, and district.
The Badminton-Basket Ball
Hall, in the old Star Theatre has
been all made' ready' for both
these games and individual practices have been going on. This
evening the first general Badminton practice will be held. The
hall is in excellent shape and a
good time is expected to be had
by all.
The Ladies of the Altar Society
of the Catholic Church will hold
another"_ of. their enjoyable card
parties iu the Parish house on
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd. Prizes
will be awarded; also a general
admission prize to the holder of
the ticket with the lucky number.
.Refreshments will    be    served.
I Admission 25c.
W___��jjm MMtfi/ff^gai
EIGHTH ANNUAL
War Veterans Masquerade Dance
MASONIC HALL, GREENWOOD
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1926
Ttianksglvinsr Day���Armistice Day
7 PRIZES J'
. Doors ocen at 8 D.m. ���      Dancine at 9 p.m.
U GRAND MARCH AT 10 P.M. .
Bush's Special 5-Piece Orchestra
Admission:   Gents $1.00, Ladies 50c, Children SOc, Supper 35c '
Only.those masked allowed on the floor until after the Grand March THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE.
A National Literature
Safety Of Railway Trave!
Only Small Percentage of Accidents
Occur on Canadian Roads
Tho safety of railway travel in Canada ls agala showiv-ln a report Issued
by the Dominion fiurcau of Statistics,
covering; the year .1925. For every billion milesi travelled by passengers In
that year only 1.7 were killed and 127.-
5 injured. In other worda there were
live passengers killed In train accidents
in 1925 ancl 374 injured oui of a total
of -11,458,084 passengers carried a distance bf 2,310,760,047 miles, or one
passenger killed to every Sl4 billion
carried and one injured out of every
1.10,000 carried.
Linking Empire By Radio
Project Characterized as Dream Will
Soon be Accomplished
The long talked of linking up of tlie
British Empire,  a  project that  was
Greatness in a uulion la to be found in something inure than its might
as a military or naval power, or in its vast possessions, its financial strengtli,
its industrial development, its world-wide trade and commerce. Truo greatness is to be found In something more than even tho health and physical
fitness of its people, their educational attainments,' their progressivo-
ness. . Real greatness in a nation is I.o be found in things of a less tangible'only recently characterized as a dream,
nature as revealed In-the sentiment, the spirit, the inlieri'iii character of the | is expected to be accomplished within
people.   Ia these are to be found the soul of a nation. i the. next few months   with   the   in-
The nobility o'f character of a people, the soul of :i nation is reflecte/l in I fuigun.lion ot four imperial beam wire-
Its art, its literature, whether of poetry of prose, Us attitude towards religious less stations in Great Britain. Two of
observances, its sympathetic care ot the unfortunate and afflicted.
The greatness of Britain is seen just as truly in tho works of Shakespeare, Milton, Bunyan, Tennyson, Scott and Hums a.s it is in tho deeds of
Nelson, Drake, Wellington, "Wolfe or Clive. Indeed, it lias been such men
as those in the first, mentioned group who have been the inspiration of i
those in the second group. The poets and writers of Britain havo interpreted j
tho spirit of the races, have caught and aroused the ihtest and. noblest in- j fUV TDJAI C AC1 Mini)! V iC
stiucts of, their, fellow men, have lifted high a banner under which BritonsJ UiLi ""*����������> W MlUVhh AU
the world over have been inspired to serve "with unselfish, undying devotion.  I
After  the  passage  of   centuries  the  greatness  and  glory  of  ancient J Much_ of  theSuffering  Women
Greece and Koine rests ncit upon tho mighty achievements of their warriors j
but upon the beauty and power of'their great authors, poets and artists,
Their works slill live and. are an inspiration to the world, whlle,the achievements of the. warriors have long since crumbled into dust. ,,
A young and still largely undeveloped country like Canada is naturally
deeply concerned with material things.   It Is a country iu the making, with
these, at Uorimln and Bri'clgewater, will
communicate with' Canada aud South
Africa, respectively, and two others at
GrimsbV and Skegness, will span the
seas to Australia and India.
Endure Can be Avoided
Every woman approaches middlS-
age with considerable anxiety, because she knows thi.i is the time of
her life when trivial ailments may be
the first signs of trials and sufferings
to come.   She   fears   the   headaches,
,.       ���       ��� .... ,.      , ,,, ,������..,,���,,,.��� f ..���,.,,*   \c_ i backaches, lassitude   and   other   dls-
a comparatively small population scattered over an immense tenUoiy. As j , ,ossing woaknesBl!fl- that ])Urden tho
a nation it has ouly recently passed the half century mark. Its history is yoi��� I jjfe of >su many women at this period.
to be made.   The years that have passed have been" creditable years, and lit j    Much of Lhe anxiety and suffering
the
���ter
She Laughed!
Thought It Was a Joke
Brooklyn. Airs. K. Kuminer writes.
���-"Please take notice that t can write
again. I have been troubled with what
I thought Rheumatism. . I laughed
when someone suggested that I try
Carter's Little Liver Pills for I never
thought that my trouble was constipation. About threo . months later 1
found out that I am a new person. I
am thankfui to you for the help your
pills havo done ��� for me and my
friends." .'"''..���
Carter's Little Liver Pills remove
the constipation poison from the system.     Not habit forming.
Druggists 25 & 75c red packages.
Makes Fun Of Food Faddists
..fateful'years of the Great War, Canada tested and, proved the charao-, that assail women approaching middle.    " **a"��� ^ ^l^XyXy,
. , ,   . ,.   iJ ago can be avoided     This has been needed, out the dem stances of soi
of its people.   Groat material advancement has been recorded; progress Uj ^ bj.'tUoU8ajWl|; ���{ \^��� y��nQ so-called research workers must n
���     ;     j women who liave relied at this time on bo sallowed without asking questions
���jople to i tho health-help given by Dr. Williams' ������.���', y y
creasing i Piuk Hlls. To the middle-aged womaaj Search conclusions were often par-
Doctor Says More Nonsense Talked
-   About Food Than Anything: Else
Speaking in London at the annual
dinner of the Institute of Certified
Grocers, Sir James Crichton-Browne
said that iu the present day food questions were In the'ascendant as never
before.
The fierce light that used to beat on
the throne was now concentrated on
the grocer's shop. It was scarcely possible to open a newspaper without
finding some scare about food poisoning, food preservatives, food adulteration, with dietetic recommendations
which wero sometimes simply foolish
and sometimes misehevious.
Research work of the right kind was
some
not
ihc national watchword.
But what of the Canada of tho  future? Are-, tho Canadian peop
be content with a form  of national greatness, based solely on lncr
population, greater accumulations of wealth, an enrichment in things material,, ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ .^ rich; rod, Ume8 pub���8hod lnu,.le(]llv ra(I prema.
���or do Canadians covet for their country a greatness which will include those .j ])[{Ml   idealise of their direct action | turely.
other and less tangible, but infinitely ..leas perishable "     "-    ""'1             "" "
the one thing necessary to carry her jtial and provisional, and-were somc-
antl i
assets of a fine
lofty literature to guide and..inspire generations yet unborn?
Wc believe Canadians do aspire to those higher things, and this belief is supported by'a growing recognition on thc part of press and people of
the importance of encouraging the development of a strong and ������worthwhile
Canadian literature. One concrete .evidence of this is found in. the ia-
��� creasing interest, taken in Canadian books, Canadian poetry, Canadian art and
musiq. Canadian authors' or Canadian book week has just been observed,
and observed more generally thau hi any previous year. Iu a strictly material
sense the surface idea may be to promote the sale of books by Canadian
authors and publishers, 'but the main, the underlying idea is 'to thus provide,
���encouragement to Canada's native, born writers and poets, and to make possible a Canadian literature which will be a sourer, of national pride, inspiration and strength. '  .,
Canada proved its greatness during the Great War not alone in the
trenches, or at Vimy Tadge, or iu the making of ���munitions, the raising of
foodstuffs, the financing of huge undertakings, or in I.he self-sacrifice of its
people. Of all the nations in the world, Cauada at. the same time prepared
tiie finest pictorial: record of the war by leading artists. This Dominion's
War Memorial Pictures are without a peer in the world, ft is a"collection of
unsurpassed historical value and beauty, not a glorification of war, but a.j |,|00(1 Di
After all. the most ������trustworthy' lab-
on thu,blood.-Dr..William.'!' Pink Pills
aro the one remedy praised by women I
for women's needs. Among tho' thous- ] oratory for food research .was the Inlands who have found benefit, from this j man stomach, and its verdicts were not
remedy is Mrs. Allan Wager, Echo :to be lightly set aside. Vitamines
Lake.'-Out., who  savs:���"1 was at-a' ,- ������    ��� .     ,, *   ,        ;.   .   ,.
critical period* In the, lives of all wo-!��� al��� to the. lore, but it was
.men and was sick and miserable. I be- Uecessary, to discriminate between
came so much run-down that I was un- jvitamliie science and vilaminie fads. -*
able to do my housework. Tho least j There was no subject on which more
exi.u'iion would cause mv heart to nut- .,',_,���,,_,��� ���. .*���������,, , ,, ,, ���, ��� ;���. ,
ter so violently 1hat l would .have to 1���.���^.���* talked than that of food.
sit down. I had headaches and bacx- J 0nl>'--the other" day an- eminent sur-
aches, and was in a depressed eondi-: geou was -'inveighing against canned
tion I saw Dr. .Williams' Pink-Pills j foods. But canned foods won the war.
reco in mended and decided to give* r.-t,,��� ���_, ,,,���7���,,,, fr.r ,-, ,.,...,- ���
ii, ,��� -oi     u ���-..   <���   ..���*,.,*   *_,���* t     Let them, as regards food, turn a
them a trial.    It was fortunate that I: ��� ��� ������* ..'
did so, for under the use of this medl-j(letl1' eai" to the. killjoys*-who. would re-
cine I was restored to .good health j duce them to meagre insipidity aud
and strength ami reel like a new wo- j |0. (lio faddists who���would stuff them
ma... I never neglect an opportunity vUh n ts of ub,)ish ; d. f ^ -
lo recommend  this  remedv to those! '
who are run-down for I am very grate- j instead -the dictates.of common sense,
ful'for what the pills did for me.." | well   established    tradition,    aiul    a
For all allinents'due to weak watery  healthy appetite.
Great Service To Mankind
If Scientists Can Discover Cause and
Prevention of Common Colds
The ambition to "make colds as rare
as smallpox" la said to be the moving
force behind the proposal of the Chemical Foundation to organize and support extensive and intensive scientific
research into.tho cause and prevention of common colds.
That this ailment yearly takes an
'enormous toll in discomfort and Ju
loss of energy is well known. That It
ls ono of the most difficult lo guard
against Is also accepted. Hut many
persons have long felt that medical
and lay men alike havo been too much
inclined to regard colds as inevitable.
The former havo not devoted enough
attention to prevention or cure and tho
latter have not realized the dangers
and Responsibilities o>f infection.
If, therefore, some organization of a
scientific character can undertake an
exhaustive study of colds in al) their
forms, and can find for them the preventives which,, unless tho lessons of
checking much more dangerous diseases are to be ignored, must exist, it
will bo doing a great' service lo mankind. Even when colds are not followed by graver illnesses like influenza or pneumonia,'they inevitably lower
the individual's resistance to all types
of sickness.���-New York Times.
Big Yields Per Acre
Reports of High Yields for Wheal in
Alberta ...���.*
Reports of high yields of wheat and
other grains are being sent from different parts of Alberta to tlie provincial
department of agriculture, from which
tho two following are taken: A. G.
Walker, a farmer, who lives at Irma,
Alberta, had 3 :i-3 acres of well
manured summerfallow laud sown
with -'Prelude wheat. Threshing if. recently tho machine tally recorded 3.12
bushls, or nearly 0-1 bushels per acre. ���
As an instanco of what good cultivated and well irrigated land will do,
a twenty-acre plot on thc farm of J. E.
Tennant can be pointed out wliich
yielded 45 bushels to the acre. This
will, It is reported, be duplicated many
times over on good land ia the irrigated districts of Southern Alberta as returns come in this fall.
Did Not Spend Much
York
Williams' Pink Pills will be
pictorial history to acquaint future generations of Canadians with the heroism, the steadfastness, the   self-sacrifice of   our   people,   and   to     inspire
them to cultivate and maiutain those r|.ualilio3 aud. virtues wliich make for
truo national strength and greatness.
And it was a Canadian who produced the finest piece of poetry to have
.its inspiration in the Great War���Colonel McCrae's "In Flanders Fields,"���
=^iever=d.yi'n-g=iTO^^
of freedom and keep the faith for.which their sons heroically fought and died.
: Every Canadian home should have in. it some of the best Canadian books,
���and the number should be added   to   yearly   and   lo   the   extent   that   tho
finances of   the   home   will   permit.     It   is   more   waste   of   time   to
deplore the prevalence.of United States or other foreign   books   and   magazines in Canada.   Thm-e is one sure way to overcome this difficulty, and lo
promote the healthy growth of Canadian publications and encourage Canadian authors, and that is to commence the establishment, of a small homo
library of Canadian books and to add to it as rapidly as possible. By so doing
every -Canadian can help -In-a very direct way -iu building, up a. strong and
worthwhile Canadian literature whicli will prove to be   a very real source or
- ��� r
national strength.. ���     '      ...
found a'specific. You can got-the pills
from any medicine dealer or by mall
at 50c 'u box from The Or. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Canadian Export Wheat
For the past seven crop years Cana-
=dian=^expoi't=whGatwhir��ntot!dled=0-7.5_.
000,000 bushels���of which -150 million
bushels moved via Canadian ports, and
As long as they had good, mixed,
varied diet they need 'not bother their
heads too much about vitamines.
Freest People In, World
million bushels via U.S. routes.
Thero.are some 330,000 superannuated oilicers and official;-; on tlie Japanese pension roll which amounts to
about. SGO.000,000 annually.
War On Rheumatism
Been
International Society Ha
Organized to Combat It
Rheumatism "costs the ���world- as
much as tuberculosis'in loss of wages
and labor, according to a report to the
American Medical Association. The
malady is much more, important economically than is generally believed and
an international society' to combat, it
valence ."of the affection. Those dala
will be used as a basis ot scientific
studies 'to determine better methods
for its treatment and cure.,'
Plan Unusual FHglit
Round the World by Way of Poles io i
Latest Idea   -      " !
A despatch to the Exchange Tele-j
graph from Copenhagen says a round-j
has..been, organized through the action  the-world (light by way of the North j
of an association of physicians in the and South Poles   Is   being   discussed \
Netherlands.
This society is aboul. to Issue a
world-wide rheumatism questionnaire
to collect information about the causes,
climatic, and social conditions and
other factors that.enter into the pre-
among members of the Amundsen-!
Ellsworth Polar expedition, wliich flew ���
across the North Pole last May, la the j
dirigible Norge. I
This statement is credited to Dr. j
Finn Malmgren, meteorologist and;
oceanographer on the Polar flight and j
a close friend of Amundsen. j
Dr. Malmgren ., believes ��� the world;
flight feasible with au aeroplane hav- j
ing eight motors, but says the actual j
plans have hot been formulated- I
-=Statemcnt=Made���by���Pre��iier=���Tasche--
reau About French Canadians
"Never, so long as there is a French
Canada, will tliere be annexation of
Canada by the'TJnited Stales," declared
Premier Taschereau to the British
United Press. "I don't believe there is
any real movement In;that direction.
Thero are three million -French-Canadians in Canada, and they are a very
happy lot. They have -much love - for-
British institutions, wheret'we have
found liberty in everything we cherish.
1 believe we are the most free people
In the world."
e Escape
DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER'S STORY
Another Toronto home provides evidence of how a simple cut, ecratch or
bruise, may pave the way to deadly
blood-poison, and how vital is the need
for keeping Zam-Buk, always handy ?
When called upon at 3, Bushncas
Avenue, Mrs. J. h. Zealley, daughter
o/ thclateDr.Bevan.of St. David's,S.
Wales, said:���"My boy Alfred scratched his leg^with the brass tag of a shoe
lace.^ A nasty poisoned sore developed
and it defied all the usual ointments.
Hearing splendid reports about Zam-
Buk I decided to give it a trial. To my
prcat relief, the balm soon caused healing to uet in. All inflammation and
poisonous matter was ouickly removed
i>y Zam-Buk, and it healed the sore
without having a scar.
"Again when I fell over a steel fender
and injured my knee badly, Zam-Buk
alone saved me. My daughter, a nurse,
was of the opinion that only an operation could remove the mass of inflammation and pus. But I again pinned
my faith to Zam-Buk, and it cleansed
and healed the wound." All druggists
and stores sell Zam-Buk at fifty cents
per box. Equally valuable for eczema,
pimples, cuts, burns, etc.
Has Amassed Fortune
Candy King of Melbourne, Australia,^
Is Worth Fifty.Million    .,
Australia lias the world's candy
king. His name is Macltobertson and
he is said tobe tho'richest man in tho
South seas,1 his fortune being placed
close to $50,000,000. He has seventeen
large candy manufacturing plants and
In hia office thero are models of'all
of them.
He never tiros of studying his plants
and planning ways'and means to better the working conditions of his 2,500
employees. Their average wage .is
$1,000 annually. For many years he
se set aside a certain proportion of tho
profits from his business for charity
and every organized body In Australia
gets a share of It yearly.
Will Become Memorial
-Coach in Which Armistice Was Signed
Is To Be  Preserved
The famous rr.ilway coach In which
tlio Armistice was signed in November,
WIS, will shortly, thanks to'lho gener-l
osity of an unnamed Ainoricau, bc-
como a permanent memorial at tho
"Armistice Crossroads" at Itothondos.
where the historic act took plact-.   ,"'
The interior of the coach will bc
restored as nearly as possible to fir.
appearance at" the time .Marshal Foch
received the .German emissaries.
French subscribers have guaranteed a
permanent upkeep, fund
Boy    Enjoyed   Sights   of   New
For  Four Dollars
I'rom Jerusalem, Nat h tan Levy arrived in San Fraiic-isco, Cal., having
mad.o the journey alone and enjoyed
the sightsLof .New York at a total expense, in excess of his fare, of four
dollars^ Nathan's father is In San
Francisco. Soino time ago ho sent
Nathan steamer and rail tickets and
ajfC bill, and told him to come to San
Francisco, Nathan started, tarried a
while iu New York, and on his arrival
proudly displayed a Single dollar, the
remainder of his spending money. -  .Remission" of .Duty
-.....'- ������ ~~ ' " 'Remission,  of   duty   on^breeding
Health cannot be looked for in the ewes and llambouillet rams ; imported
child that; is subject to wornis, be- into Canada from the United States
cause worms destroy health by croat- has boeil granted, covering the three
,iug=intei'naUdisturbances^that-=re.tard^^-^-���-.���-. ���*, . ��� W^'- r*V^Ti���=
development and cause serious weak- months priod irom September 1st to
ness. Miller's .-Worm.; -Powders   expel' November 30t.h.  Announcement to this"
An Oil of Merit.���Dr. Thomas' Eclectric OHis not a jumble of medicinal
substances t.hrcJwn together ; and
pushed by advertising, but the result
of the careful investigation of > tho
healing qualities oCfcertain oils as applied to thc human body,/ It 13. a rare
combination, and it won and kept public favor frpia;;the; first; A trial of.it..
will carry conviction to any who'doubt
its power to repair and heal. z
. Origin Of Old Saying
. "No room to swing a cat," is an old
naval phrase whicli docs not refer to
a feline. It -was first appliedi to the
confined space between decks on the
old meu-o'-war, which was so cralnped
that there was no room for the boson's
mate to swing a. cat-o'-nlne-'cails when
administering Hoggings.
worms and are so beneficial in their
action that the systems of the little
sufferers arc restored', to health fulness,
all tho -discomforts and dangers of
worm infection are removed, and satisfactory growth is assured.
Light And Sight
"Glare 'IVIore Harmful to Vision Than
Insufficient Light
Investigation, of the relation of light
to'illegibility to see well was'.recently
undertaken by the British government,
resulting in the discovery that .glare
seriously interferes with good vision.
The survey indicated that, glare Is
even more harmful to the vision than
insufficient illumination. Tests made
in factories proved that -increased
illumination, with a minimum of glare,
greatly increased the output of work.
effect has been made by the '���'Department of-. Agriculture.
In Korea women are. taught that the
greatest 'feminine virtues are humility,'silence niuitimldity.
Restore your energy, get rid of
indigestion and  dyspepsia, feel ;
ten years younger, by making-
the bowels and liver active with
Chamberlain's Tablets
1 Fifty in a Bottle���2Sc .y_.
-1 OFU'KR TO INYKN'rOKg. SEND
for oiitv/rce list of inventions wanted,
and free advice. The Itstmsey Company. International Patent Attorneys, 273
LlankSt.. Ottawa.      '^ *     :_. ���
British Jurist Writes Poetry
Lord  Darling,  the eminent British
jurist who recently completed a-tour of
Canada, has  a  poem in  the London,
"WMAt-ME^JTW  SUCCESS      Sunday Times entitled "At the Great
A distinguished citizen, honored I 1,h'idc-" (leali"K with the spot in the
politically and ���professionally;' Dr. E, V. j ^ocky Mountains where a wooden arch
Pierce, whoso picture appears above, ; m:wks the height of laud,
mado a-success few havo equalled.  Hi9 I  - ~~     ~
pure herbal remedies which-have stood       The new patient Iu Ward B is very
���the test for many years are still ainong j good-looking, said the nurse.
\ Yes, agreed the.matron, but don't
j wash his face. lie's had that done by
,'1 four nurses this morning.
Imitation Was Too Perfect j
Louis Anderson, Kansas City, can -.
whistle just, like the siren on a police!
automobile, but he isn't bragging j
about it. Recently when he was prac-1
ticing in a crowded street, a driver!
ahead of him got out of the way sol
quickly that he drove over a curbstone j
and smashed a' store window. It cost j
Anderson ��10.
Minard's Liniment for chapped hands.
tho "best sellers." Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discovery bra blood medicine
and stomach alterative. It clears the
skin, beautifies it, increases the blood
Bupply and tho circulation, arid pimples
nnd eruptions vanish quickly. Ecanty
is .but skin deep and good Wood .Is beneath botli. Tor your blood to bo good,
your stomach, must bo in condition, your
liver" active. This Discovery of Doctor
Pierce's puts you In fine condition, wlt!T
all tho organs active. Ask your.near*
est druggist for Doctor Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery,1 in tablet or liquid
form, or sendlO cents for trial packago
of tablets to Dr. Pierce'u Laboratory
in Bridsefcurg, OntariOt''
Many mothers can testify to the virtue of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, because they know from experience how useful it Is. w
Punishment Fits the Crime
For every day they do not drink a
gallon of water while they fare in jail
a'day will be added to the sentence of
four men sentenced by Mayor P. J.-
G-roh of Dover, Ohio, for intosicatlon.-
The mayor said he was prescribing the.
"water cure: tp break,, their'liquor habit." The quartet got a minimum' of
ten days in jail. W* , .��� "
IH SPARE TIME M��. tir.lUUHJll WiU
Rtp_rt lnil,ui:tioni. 12 w��l*Min*llini. S.*!^Kiel
!fnl:it��.til,li*IieJreco,.ij.<lCiniJi.n,cM<il Amtli'
c��r_ir.l R_r_i>f_jilnil'uctofl. NoMtK/iinciseceiw/j-.
Mow, -*icl(iui.-Me��. '
O0MIKI0N ��C��0EM. OF COSMETDIODT
(AfflliiltJTorootC llirdr*.lin. A���_tt_l)) .37 A��.flW
K,;.J.To.,iil��,Onl��no.V*'ril��D.pl. 107 FmBocl.
THB NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N0.1
Ho. 1 for Bladder Catarrh. No. a for Blood a
Bkln DliRaia*. No.BforChronloW��t__ine����s
Cold br leadlnl C__EU:n��, or return mill from
13__.l.JSCLMCU��_-,Ca, UtuntockRd.N WALendM
Sergeant (to rookie)���"If you have
the east' on your right haud and the
west on your left hand what have you
back of you?" ,
Rookie���"My knapsack."
Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.
A SURE  RELIEF.../.-FOR-"WOMEN'S DISORDERS
10 DAYS' TREATMENT FREE ^
Orange i_i.y is.a certain', relief Cor all'disorders of women. It i.s applied locally and
is absorbed into the suffering tissue. The dead waste matter In. the coh-
trcsted  region is expelled givir>g immediate mental and physical relief;. the^blooA *
vessels and nerves are toned and
Strengthened; and.the cireijtalion is
rendered normal. . As thi3 ��� treatment Is based on strictly scientific
principles, and acta, on the actual
location of the disease II -cannot
lielp lait do' Rood in all fonjis of
female troubles including delayed
and jjaiurul menstruation, leucor-
hoea, falling of tlie womb, etc.
Price S2.00 per box. which is snfli-
{���ient for one month's treatment. A
Free Trial Treatment, enough for
10 days, worth 75c. will be sent Frea
to any suffering woman who wH|
send inc. ber address.
Inclose 3 stamps and address, iMrs. I.ydia W. Ladd, Dept. 51, Windsor. Ont,
Sold by Leading Druggists Everywhere. SHE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
Nothing purer, sweeter or more
effective for eczemas, rashes, itch-
ings and irritations. Bathe with
Cuticura Soap and hot wate,r to free
the'pores of impurities and follow
with a gentle application of Cuticura Ointment to soothe and heal.
Bampla Each 1'rM by Mall.   Address Canadian
Depot: "Stenhoms, ltd., Montreal."   I'rii-e, Soap
HSc. Ointment 2!. nnd 50c. Talcum i'5c.
__W>    Cuticurn Slmvina Slid: 25c.
inafion, il. is probablo. that they .will
be deposited in the museum at Uie
capital.
Relics Of Franklin
Expedition
Mute Evidence of Tragic Sattle
Against Hunger and. Cold
Further relics of the ill-fated Franklin Expedition have come to light���a
skull, fragments of navy cloth, a piece
of shoe leather, and a piece of oak
from an ico sled, picked up by a trader,
Peter Norberg, at Thunder Cove, Adelaide peninsula, ten miles across tne
Simpson strait from King William
land, off whose northern point the
"Erebus" and "Terror" were abandoned, seventy-eight years ago.
J. 1<\ Moran, inspector Tor the-. North
West Territories and Yukon branch of
the Canadian Government, brought
back, iheso latest Franklin relics���ior
(here is liltle reason lo question lhat
such they are���on his return, from Ak-
lavlk, in the Mackenzie delta, to Edmonton.
- Medical men aud anthropologists
have examined the skull and pronounced it to be chat of a white man.
All (he toe Ih save ono molar are absent
from the skull, aiul the jaw bono is
pitted as though rotted with.,._curvy.
The navy cloth Is faded and stained
from conlacl with iiea water audi from
long exposure in the t-lemenls, but It
is clolh of the type used for genera-
lions, in theunalcing of the uniform of
P.ritish seamen. '
The piece of oak is apparently part
of a rib from a snow sled, shaped and
cut' ojf at one end with a saw. Thc
strip of leather is evidently part of a
white man's shoe.
Finally, the location of the relics
llieinsclves lends color to the theory
ihat these are relics of lhat tragic
battle, against hunger, cold and exhaustion which ended in death on the
inhospitable rocks of King William's
Land., or on the ice of Simpson strait.,
as the last survivors dropped the
frozen traces from their bloodless
hands and laid, themselves down to
wall, the mercy of deaih,
Thunder Cove, of Adelaide peninsula, is almost in the direct, line 'which
the men would, take as they followed
Ihe west coast of King "William's
Land southward to Simpson strait nnd
headed south and oast toward Ihe estuary of Great Fish river.
Thc relies are being taken by Mr.
''loran lo Ottawa, whore, after exam-
World's Highest City
Potosi in Bolivia is 13,388 Feet- Above
Sea Level /
The highest cily in the world Is
Polosi in Bolivia, South America. It
stands on a great tableland 13,388 feet
above"sea' level. Potosi'is also potentially the wealthiest city in the world.
'.': Herein the rarefied atmosphere of
that tremendous altitude 25.000 white
men and Indians pass tnelr lives under
.the shadow of the .giant   Gerro   de
**   * -      f
Potosi, a sinister metallic mountain,
out of whose bowels fabulous quantities of silver have been dug. Since the
discovery of the Potosi; mines, 400
year's ago, over 20,000 tons of bar silver have been taken from this one
mountain alone, enough to form a column of solid silver one square foot in
section ancl rising to 1.6,000 feet. '
In addition, immense quantities of
tin, gold, bismuth, copper, marble, ancl
sulphur have" been produced. It was
Potosi that supplied tlie bulk of the
precious ingots that found their way
lo Spain, in the treasure-galleons of
history.     -' ,       ,
The'city was'founded, in .1546 by
treasure-hunting Spanish adventurers,
and the story of its foundation and
growth is told in the ancient archives
which still exist in the-city loday. ,
At the height of its prosperity It
could boast of 60 'churches and a population of 160,000. 'But with tho abolition of bimetallism and consequent depreciation in the value of silver the
city fell upon evil .days. The d,isusea
factories in the city outskirts and tho
many, magnificent public buildings
falling into ruin today tell their tale of
decay. It is still, nevertheless, an active and wealthy city.
Canada Should Develop
Strong National Spirit
Children Must be Taught to Take
Pride in Being Canadians
Says the Horder Cities Star:"If Canada needs anything it is the development of a strong national spirit. Our
children; from coast to coast, irrespective"of racial sources, must be taught
to glory in'the 'fact. Just the other
day the writer of these lines* talked
to ari.eager-eyed, olive-skinned lad, obviously the son . of South ' European
parents. "And what country do you belong .to?", the' boy was asked. His reply was prompt, "I'm a Canadian!" he
said, and the words were uttered with
pride. That is the spirit. Let's have
more of it. And at the same time it
would be .well, for-Canadians of Anglo-
Saxon slrain to be more considerate
in their use of Urn word "foreigtu*."
Except for the Indians, we are all for-'
eigners more or less. Canada lias
grown to her present position because
so-called foreigners were willing to
come. in. Many millions more of them
will be required here before we reach
the national success for which every
true Canadian should strive. And in
Canada, let us make sure, every man
who is willing to work should he given
fair opportunity and equality of treatment.
The Baby's Cold
Continual "doling"
with Internal modicln*
upsets delimit*little
��tomach��. Trent colds
externallr with Vlcka.
You Jutt rub It on.
VapoRub
Invitation Is Unanswered
Prince Invited to Dinner by American
Unknown to  Him
The Prince of Wales has received
a.cabled invitation to join"an American and his wife at dinner on their
arrival in England soon. The cable,
whicli . was addressed:. "Prince bf
Wale's of lOngland, St. .fame's Place,
London," read:
"My wire and self will bo honored
If you will dine with us on our visit
to London next in on tli. Name your
company and your dale."
It was tho first the Prince had heart!
of his would-be American*-hosts whose
names have not been made public. The
Invitation remains unanswered.
AN EXCELLENT REMEDY
Says Insane People
Write To Newspapers
is Hobby of Mentally Un-Ba lanced
Opinion of Alienist
"All persons who wiito to newspapers are not mad, but all mad persons write to newspapers," was the
opinion expressed by a noted alienist
to a French journalist who with thirty-
one other loadingnewspaper men is
collaborating in a book entitled., "One
Hour of My Career," out-lining their
most unusual experiences.
The doctor in-questioh said thar. he
had always asked persons submitted
to his investigations whether they
wroto letters io editors, and if thc reply was in the affrmative he suspected
them of mental unbalance. Then the
writer enumerated a seiins of experiences proving that the alienist undoubtedly was right iu many case.-j. -
Ono amateur correspondent suggested, thar. a boulevard be built over the
Seine to relieve Paris trallic. Anolher
suggestod that the value of bank notes
vary from day to day as a solution of
the financial  problem. Countless pei-
Introduces New Sport
. ^_
Diver Succeeds in Walking Five Miles
Under  Water
Just to show that "twimuilng the
English Channel Is noi Ihe only sport,"
Klas Everatts, Norfolk diver, walked
across iho bottom of Hampton Heads
from Old Point Comfort, Virginia, to
the Norfolk naval base, a distance' oi
abbut five miles. lie completed the
unprecedented jaunt In two hours and
forty-one minutes.
Except for weakness in Uie legs ant1,
a numb feeling; in the head aud shoulders, flvoretts appeared none the
worse for his feat.
Seated in a huge, diving suit with
leaden shoe\sok-s, and carrying- eighty
additional pounds of lead, strapped
-around Jus body to hold himself down
in heavy pressure depths. Kvoretts
slid into thc water at .10.4!) a.m., aud
despite many obstatslos.lucluding an
old ship anchor in wliich he became
entangled, forged ahead and completed his trip at l.uO p.m. A launch
with nn air pump accompanied him.
The "Seven-Second Men."
Name. Given to Motorists Who Get
Caught at Railroad Crossings.
A new, name has beeu given to dean-
motorists who have tried io beat the
train to railway crossings and have
not succeeded. A slogan has also been
built around the name based on the
rather appalling death list. Tho computation of those called ".seven-second
men" puis thorn at I78i in numbers
yearly and. the byword regarding those
wlio have come to close quarters witli
For Any of the Many Minor Ailments of Infants ancl Young
Children
No mother can expect that her child
will escape all ihe ills to which babyhood and childhood aro subject, bur.
she can do much to lessen their severity, and to make baby's battles for
health easily won.
Nine-tenths of the minor ailments
which iiiilict babyhood aud childhood
are caused hy some derangement of
the stomach and bowels. .Regulaiu
the stomach and bowels and these
troubles will disappear. To do Ihis
nothing can equal Baby's- Own Tan-
lets. They are a mild, but thorough
laxative wliich through their action on
the stomach and bowels never -fail to
lianish constipation and indigestion*;
colds and simple fevers; expel worms
and mako the dreaded tethiug lime
easy.
Concerning Baby's Own Tablets
Mrs.. A. Koshfin. Hamilton, One,
writes:���"Kindly send me vour book-
lot, "Care,'of Itaby in Health and
Sickness." I have two little chilrt.ren
four and a half and three years, old
and have used nothing else .for I hem
but. llaby's Own Tableis. f Ihink the
Tablets are a wonderful medicine for
little ones."
Baby's Own Tablets arc sold by all
medicine dealers or will be sent by
mail at ��fi cents a box from The Dr.
Stories About Famous People
London Theatre Manager Has Entertaining Bock of Anecdotes
Iu an entertaining book of reminiscences Sir Squire Bancroft, the London theatre-manager, tells a quantity of
good "anecdotes about famous people
lie has known.
One, wliich we think-has-been printed before is that which Browning, the
poet, told him of Longfellow.
Tlie two poets wero once driving
througli the London streets in a hansom cab, when a heavy shower sud:
tlenly came on. Longfellow insisted
upon thiustiug the umbrella Ihrougn
the. trap in. the roof of the cab, so.that
the driver might protect himself from
ihe rain-���which he did. That is precisely what you-might expect Longfellow to do-r-a kind-hearted generous
'gentleman if ever one lived.
Another concerns George Thi Manner, tho famous illustrator and author
of Trilby. lTo was always, annoyec:
when anyone called him de Maurier
instead of tlu Matirier. Tie said once:
"Follows will write to me as do Maiv
rler; I wish tliey would give the devil
his ilu."
The third story is about Archdeacon
Wilberforce, who was ono of tho
earliest foes of the evolutionary hypothesis of Darwin. The Archdeacon was
visiting Sir John Hare at his seaside
homo at Overstrain!,~ and Hare, who
was very fond of dogs and was hardly
ever to be seen without one by him,
asked hiin this question:
"Uo you really believe, Archdeacon
in a hereafter for our dogs?"
"Indeed I do," said Wilbcrlorce.
"But do you mean that 1 shall really
see my dog again?" Hare persisted.-
'\\
Cy
&��
"Undoubtedily���if   you     are
enough," was tho response.11
good
Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.
Thousands of dollars have been vainly
spent upon remedies for asthma and
seldom,- If ever, with any relief. Dr: J',
i). Kellogg's Asthma llemedy, despite
its assurance of benefit, costs so littlo
that. ir. is within reach of all. It Is the
national remedy for asthma, far removed from the class of doubtful and
experimental preparations. Tour dealer
can supply It.
An Ancient Piano
to every householder
32 pages packed full of splendid
advice on selecting meats, fowl
and fish, preparation of same for.
roasting, how to roast, giving
time and method, how to carve
and full description of thc new
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and l\umor. There's a copy
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HONTKEM. TORONTO WIHH!*��E8
EDMONTON VAKCOUYIS CALSAIf
212
WQov&smx.
ROASTERS
College Student (to busy farmer) ���
"Can I sell-you a set. of books to help
you while away tlio long lazy days of
summer?"
Williams'
Ont. -
Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,
Has Postponed Flight
J'mil Tarascon. the .French aviator,
Avill not attempt to fly across the Atlantic in a Uarnanl monoplane for at
least eight months and possibly longer. Delays in construction in the plane
and bad weather Is llie cause of the
postponement of the flight.
sons sent in schemes   for   a   United J the cow-catchers and escaped is "lofjp
seven seconds and you. may gain fifty
_y_ears)wjiaL-raany_fraciionH-of_a-mi-!^
Slates of Europe, and the majority
_s_ent_phot_ograplHi_oL_tl)emselves^.aiL(L
documents concerning spiritism! Sten-
dalilism. femininism and vegetarianism. ':
For every man. he said, thero were
two women eplstolariuns. some of
whom pretended to be reincarnations
of ."loan of Arc.
,   ,   .      ,, .        .       ....    i it is   iuvaluabie;    for
ii tc being Lho. average m point ol. mho j brui3l!Hi Sln.ain.s   iL   i-s
a train of cars occupied in getting, ^-hile for cuts, sores and tiio like it
I ',J an unquestionable healer. It need
Ready-rr.ade Medicine. ��� Ton need
no physician for ordinary ills when
you have at hand a. bottle of Dr.
Then:as' Eclectric Oil. For coughs,
colds, sore throat, bronchial troubles,,
scalds,' burns,
isus, sprain.;    ti   i.s   unsurpassed;
One    of    First    to    Reach    America
Exhibited at Mississippi  Fair
Though ..its strings have long since
become corroded and from its key-
board resound horrible discords, a littlo piano, said, io be one of the first
two to roach tho New "World, will be
a feature exhibit; at the Mississippi
State Fair.
The instrument ls the property of
City Commissioner _R. M. Taylor, who
secured it from Miss ltosa. Fisher,
octogenarian of this city, in whose
family it has been for generations. The
mate to the piano is said by Miss
Fisher to be in MounTVernon, home
of George Washington. Visitors to
Mount Vernon describe thc pianos as
identical.
It is of French make, about Iii inches thick, "S inches wide and 60 inches
long.   There aro 73 keys, connected in
jirvaslly'i-iiiTeroiu   niaimor"!rom"W.h"0"
I pianos of Loday.
Experts figure that the electrical
energy in a first class bolt of light-'
Ding is worth one dollar.   .
Letter Tells of Wonderful
Relief After Taking Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound
Coniston, Ontario.-?-"After a severe operation and ;Vthree weeks'.,
stay in a hospital
I returned homc
so weak that I was
unable to move a
chair.    For four
months I'waa almost frantic with
pains and suffering until Ithoughfc
sure  there could
not be any help
foiyne.l had very
severe pains in my
left side and suffered agony every month.   One day
when I was not able to get up my
mother begged me to try your med-
.icino., My husband got me a bottle
of Vegetable Compound at once and
I took it,   I started a second bottle,
and to my surprise and joy the pains
in my side left me completely and I
-. am able to do all my work without
help.   I arn a farmer's wife, so you
sec I can't be idle long. In all, I have
taken six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's   Vegetable   Compound,   five
- boxes of the Compound Tablets, two
bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood
Medicine, and have also used theSan-
: ative Wash."���Mrs. L. Lajeunessb,
j Box 103, Coniston, Ontario. 0
Why They Abolished Polygamy
Uig^i cost of upkeep on modern
bobbed hair women brought about, the
abolition of polygamy iu Turkey, according to .Mine. Ilaciil Hourshud Dey,
a visitor to Washington. Her husband
was chamberlain in the royal household under'lhe-sultan. When Turkish.
women -dropped- the ���veil, ami took to
short hair and European-dress, men
found tliey could not afford more than
one wife, and the harem made a forced
disappearance.
Prevanting Curvature of Spine
.���''Curvature of the spine,,eau best be
prevented, according ������ to   a   Viennese
doctor's recent report, by starting with
tlie-child when it is very young. Too
o
bv a crossing. The battle lo save tlio
lives of tlio reckless is being iirodfivecl
iu, especially by the railroads, with
only more or less encouragement, by
those who have all to gain.
is an lUKjuesuiiiiauie noaier. tr. neeus
no testimonial otlier than the'use, and
that will satisfy anyone n,-< to its
effectiveness.
Palm in the Back
yields to Nerviline
If you have failed to secure relief
from other remedies, rub on lots of
good. old'. "Norvi'lino;''; the strongest;
most penetrating pain relief on "thc
market. Nerviline acts 'quickly on
small pains and is the surest to drive
out the big ones. It's becauso every
drop of Nerviline rubs in. because iti
has the ability to sink in deeply that'
We probably wouldn't feel flattered
if Ave knew what, the people whom we
"ihink are fools think of us,
Blessed are they that mourn, for
they sail be comforted.���Matt. v. -t,
Oh, deem not they are blest alone
Whose lives a peaceful tenor keep;
The"Power who pities man has shown
; A blessing for tlie eyes"that weep.
For God-hath marked each sorrowing
day, .���**.*...
And numbered every secret tear;"
And ..heaven's* long ago of bliss shall
it drives away-pain' that ordinary oily I    '_    ^)TT.   .... ,        .W    ,    -
Liniments won't  touch.  -Largo 35c      ����* *" m*e ildren su for;hero
bottles at all dealers. i .   -^lil;��� Cullen xlryant.
God washes the eyes by tears until
'"     Find Oldest Horse
���A mummified horse the first known
to history, was unearthed recently in
Egypt.   It is more thau' :i 6 hands tall
early silting tip and "standing the child I and estimated to be about 3',500 years
around constantly on the:same arm. of
the parent .is. ^mother cause of curvature of lhe"spitie. Flab mattresses ,.lii
the school age arejunportaiit, he adds,
and silting air the time or carrying
heavy loads is harmful to the growing
child,    ;.  .-'       '���'���������'���.   WW
, Austrian ��� Farm Workers
,Dr.Henri .Mohtel, J Commissioner of
Immigration for Austi'jit, who.has.been
touring Canada at the invitation of the
Canadian I?acific Railway, states thai
his visit has, been satisfactory in every
respect and that he expects as a result
that Canada will ��� next year receive
1;000 Austrian farm workers, the first
large influx of immigrants from that
country, and that, in succeeding years
Austrian families will arrive for settlement in increasing numbers.
old.
Englishmen pay probably the highest income fax in tlie world. A'marriot1.
man with one child whose income is
$2,0.00 a year,, pays ?3G; nt'-$3,000 he
pays $125; and at $5,000 he pays ?^50.
tliey .can behold the invisible laud
where tears shall come no more. O
Love! O "Affliction!, ye are the guides
that show us the, way through the
great airy space where our loved ones
walked. God teaches us, whilo yet our
sorrow is wet, to follow on and find
our dear ones lu heaven.   _ -     .
���Henry "Ward
Scientist says goldfish do not sleep.
Oh, well, (hey never go anywhere, so
they can't get tired.
Catarrh and
Catarrhal Deafness
May Be Overcome
If yon liave catarrh and are troubled
with defective hearing or buzzing, rinfr-
in^ noises in your head; if cloifgred nostrils, a partial loss of taste or smell and
liHicns dropping- into tlie buck of your
tlioat are a source of daily discomfort
and annoyance���you should lake immediate steps to overcome this bothersome
and highly unhealthy condition by using
a little Geero Wormwood Balm twice or
thrice a day.
This safe, pleasant and delightfully effective ."Wormwood treatment,- when applied into the nostrils gives quick, unci
satisfying relief ..because, its healing antiseptic vapors instantly penetrate into the
air passages of the head, nose and throat.
The.-, breathing is easier, your clogged
nostrils promptly open up and your dull
old head feels clear and clean. All good
druggists sell Goro Wormwood Balm on
��i_i*iosi.tiy_e__jjua_rani��>G__if)f__iiei'fijcl__sati.sfiic-_
"lion or money refunded. Try It tonight!
Among surnames in England tha
commonest aro Smith, Jones, Brown,
Taylor, Davis, YVilsou, "Walker and
Morris.
A man was arrested and fined Jn
Eghani,- England," for driving a steam
roller faster than five miles an hour.
needier.
W.   N.   U.   1652
A movement Is under way in Eng-
i land tb hare eggs sold by weight in-
I stead of count. ...''..* ;
For all pains���Minard's Liniment.      ;
; "Be mine���l love you!" 'ardently
whispered the aged ^nillionaire^lo the
penniless young widow.
"Enough to die for me?" she asked
coyly.���-Judge.   _ ���.<���_....
The brain of an elephant is larger
than that of a man. but his trunk Is
smaller than that of a woman.
No need to suffer with corns, or to
run the risk of paring them. Keniove
them surely and painlessly witli
Holloway's Corn Eemover.
Thirteen is always, an unlucky.number for1 some one' when it consists of
twelve juryman and a judge.
Feet Sore?���Minard's Liniment.
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
Rheumatism     Golds   . Neuritis Neuralgia
Headache Pain       Toothache     Lumbago
DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART
Accept only "Bayer" - package:
which contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes  of, \12 tablets
Also bottles'of 24 and 100���Druggists.
Aspirin i3 the trade mark (rosIMpred In Catutln) of Bayer Manufacture of Monoicetle*
��cldester of Salicylleaclil (Acetyl Salicylic Arti!. "A. S. A."). While It is well ta_o��na
that Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assist the public against Imitations, the Tablets
of Bayur Company will be stamped with  tieir cewral trade mark, the "Bayer Oroj*.��� THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
ywgr.^JB-CT'g'T-*''-'^^
The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
G. W. A. SMITH
Editor and Proprietor
WANT   ADS,   &'C
FOR   SALE���A 1-30   h. p.   electric i
motor with pulleys tind clamps attached, 110 volts.   S12.00.     Apply to  Wm. j
Walmsley, Greenwood.
Is ��2.00 a year strictly in advance,
or 52.50 when not paid for three
months or moro havo passed. To
jreat Britian and the United States
$2.60, always in advance.
FOR SALE���Three Collie pups, SS
each. Apply to A. Sercit, Phoenix,
B.C. ' .      ...
FOR SALE���30-30 Winchester, in
good condition, reasonable price, apply
to The Greenwood Lecl^e.
ADVERTISING  RATES
'Delinquent Co-Owner  Notices. .$25.00
Coal and  Oil Notices     7.00,
Estray Notices     3.QU ]
Cards   of   Thanks     1.00
Certificate  of  Improvement.... 12.50
(When   more   than   one   claim
appears in notice, ��5.00 for each
additional  claim).
All other legal advertising- 16.cents a
Hue first insertion, and 12 cents"a line
for each subsequent insertion, iion-
pariel measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50
oents an inch each insertion.
Business locals 12%c. a line each
insertion.,
PIANO FOR SALE-Cheap; $175.00,
I bargain, good condition, can be seen at
residence of Win.   Walmsley,   Greenwood.
Apples
Wealthy    40c & 60c.      Bisiuarks   75c.
Mcintosh  70c& $1.00.   Snows   -   75c.
Blenheims $1.00.
iii your own boxes.   T. A. CLARK,
Midway.
WILLIAM II. WOOD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGUON
GRRR.WOOD
The place to get
Tree Air and Water
o is at
BILL  O'DOMINELL'S
Rock Creek
Also carry
Gas, Oil, Tires, Patches, Vulcanizers, &c
., The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be ideas-
ed to have more money.
Job  Printing-
wood Ledge.
at  The.Green-
rs.
Milliner
Grand Forks
Good selection at Moderate
Prices
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Plan Three Years of.
Road Construction
Plans for a three-year programme of road construction, the
most extensive ever undertaken
in this province, are being shaped
by the public works department
for the -approval of the Legislature at the forthcoming session.
First moneys to cover this far-
reaching scheme of highway improvement will be voted by the
House early in the year to cover
the 1927 work and in the two
succeeding years'- further funds
wilfbe provided. At the end of
three years, as a result of a policy
of improvement rather than new
construction, British Columbia's
whole highway system will have
been revolutionized.
The purpose of this scheme is,
first, to give all the settled areas
of British Columbia communication with the trunk highways and
thus with all the main centres of
population; ancl, secondly, to rebuild and relocate all the bad
sections-of existing roads.'.
Included in the programme are
improvements on the Anarchist
Mountain road, which links
Southern Okanagan and Osoyoos
country with the Greenwood area.
Four miles of the road over this
. difficult ascent must be entirely
relocated e and in this seption
scarcely any maintenance work is
being done meanwhile. Already
a large part of the old wagon trail
over the mountain has been rebuilt and with_ the completion of
this work a satisfactory route from
Osoyoos lake,over to the boundary
country will be available.
Capacity 10,000 feet daily, full equipment, including
Jencks return tube boiler set in brick, logging sleighs,
logging truck, all belting, No. 22 Hoyt planer good condition, can be-operated at once, ample timber. For further
particulars, apply to
H. W. R. MOORE, Barrister,
Greenwood, B.C.
Years of Comfort
Son?'- dccIlntoe years *�� years of
conSt. Q'iU    '^cpenaence -and
EASILY���IMMEDIATELY.
Send   for   Interesting Illustrated "Pamphlet.'
HOWARD FARRANT, District Manager,
Rogers Building, ��� Vancouver, B.C.
lbert Prideaux, General Agent,'Princeton, B.C.
a. e. McDougall
Contractor and Builder
Foreign and Domestic"Monuments
Asbestos Products Co. Roofing
Latnatco Waliboard    '"
SHOP AT GREENWOOD
Box 332 Grand Forks; B.C.
!***aSa_BSE��_'***T'ggS*^^
ANNOUNCING
Kootenay Metallurgical Laboratories
Provincial Assayers and Metallurgists
Completely equipped for
Custom Assaying and general Analytical work
Ore testing, Mill designing, etc
<>
Our aim Quick. Accurate and Unbiased Service
No work too small ��� No work too large       ." "
We solicit your patronage
310 Baker Street - P.O. Drawer 1073 - Nelson, B.C.
SEND YOUR
BOOTS;:and SHOES
To " ,
Harry Armson,^.Grand- Forks
The 2 Oth Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay' postage one way. Terms cash
OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
Bridesville News
=4=he==yGUBg*==people=o&==Brides--
ville are getting ready for the
Masquerade Dance in Greenwcod
on Nov. 8th. 0
Miss Ethel Robinson was taken
to the Grand, Forks Hospital on
Sunday suffering from an attack
of appendicitis.
Billy Saiver was kicked in the
head by a horse lastweek,-and
had several stitches put in the
, wound.   He is up -and around
. again.
Miss Merle Robinson, teacher
at Bridesville; Mrs. Moore, teacher at Rock Mountain, and Miss
Robertson, teacher at Myncaster,
motored to Nelson last week and
attended the Teachers Convention.
Will Donate Elk to
Kettle River Reserve
Word has been received by
Game Warden R. M. Robertson;
of Penticton, that the Dominion
park,branch will donate two nrale
and three female elk to the
province, to be placed in the
game reserve between the" Westkettle river and the Main. Kettle
river..
New Broadway Hit
,j        Adapted to Screen
. Frances Marion wrote the screen
adaption of "The Dark Angel,"
the Broadway stage play which
First National will present at the
Greenwood Theatre on Saturday,
Oct. 30th.
Miss Marion has written the
scenarios for. all of Samuel Gold-
���'.vvn'a independent productions.
Y'hr.a Bank}', the famou-
European star, makes her American screen debut in this pictuie,
playing opposite Ronald Colman.
"^EW citizens give thouglit~to"what the Brewing
Industry means to British Columbia, as an
industry, yet it is an important factor in the
industrial life of this province.
It is not necessary to emphasize th'e~ millions of
dollars invested in the brewing industry. in this
province. The thing that must not be lost sight of
is that there are hundreds of men. employed throughout the year in the making, storing ancl transporting
of the products of the breweries of British Columbia.
Breweries are constantly improving and keeping
modern their plants. The Amalgamated Breweries
of Bntish Columbia have spent over $300,000 in the
last few months for improvements and equipment.
Breweries are an important customer of the farmers
of British Columbia, their purchases of grain and
hops running into huge figures each year. There
is no British Columbia industry that spends more
^ofiits-total4ncome-right=-in=this=province*than=the=
brewing industry.
The brewing industry brings large sums of money
into the province. British Columbia beer is attracting
attention abroad for its purity and high quality.
Export markets in Australasia, China and India,
are constantly growing.
British Columbia beers are winning their way in
these countries in direct competition with beers from
Great Britain, Germany and Czecko-Slovakia. They
are winning their way on quality and they are
powerful advertisements for this province.
Tacts like these are not romantic, but they are
important and should be considered by every
citizen. They are not commonly mentioned by
those whose business it is to attempt to destroy
the brewing industry in their determination that
the people of British Columbia shall be prevented
from enjoying a pure and healthful beverage in
an open and above aboard taanner.
Proof of the high quality of the beer manufactured by the Amalgamated Breweries is
the remark on recent analysis made by
McDonald and McDonald, analytical chemists
of Vancouver, "stating:
"By the analysis, samples prove to be excellent
beer. They are high in extract, nitrogenous
matter, phosphoric acid and ash, while the
acidity is low and the volatile acidity practically
nil, which is proof that the beer is a wholesome
nutritious beverage.",
(Signed) JtfcDONALD & McDONALD,
X y   i Per A. W. Satterfield,
. Chemist.,
Dated Vancouver, Sept. 2Srd, 1926.
Amalgamated Breweries of British Columbia, ln which are associated
Vancouver Breweries Ltd., Rainier Brewing Co. of Canada Ltd.,
WestmlnsterBrewery Ltd., Silver Spring Brewery Ltd., Victoria Phoenix
Brewing Co. Ltd.
I Tlie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada; limited
Office, Smelting* and'Refining Department ���':'.'"
'i TRAIL,, BRITISH COLUMBIA '
SMELTERS and REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
���*.:.. Producers, of Gold, Silver, Copper,  Pig Lea'd and Zinc
'���''"' "TADANAC"  BRAND     ''.'"
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant unreserved, surveyed Cvown lands may
be pre-empted by British subjects over IS years
of age, and by aliens on declaring intention tb
become British subjects, 'conditional upon residence, occupation,'.' and ^improvement for agricultural purposes. ���-���;'��� .'".:.
Full information concerninp. regulation's regarding pre-emptions is given'in Bulletin No. 1, Land
Series, "Howlrto Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of chargelby addressing the Departmen fof Lands," Victoria, B.C.,'or
to any Government Agent. N *
Records will be "granted covering only land
suitable for agricultural purposes, and 7\vhich is
not timberland, i.e., carrying over 8.000 board
feet per'acre west of the Coast* Range "and 5,000
feet per acre east of that Range, .���'"_;
Applications-for pro-emptions~*are'to* be addressed fo the Land Commissioner'of the Land
Recording Division, in wliich the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed fonus, copies
of which can bo obtained Efrom the Land. Commissioner.- ���.'*������ ^ . -
..      -....-                  ... j^.        *.���.���..
Pre-emptions must be''occupied for five years-
and improvements made to the value of ?10per
acre, includingTclearing7Fand _" cultivating '-'���at
least'flve acres," before^a ifaown. Grantcan be
Tr-i^TOt!^j___&jw_iHa_gB��_��Wii_>_H___i��_i aumitHramm
H.W.R. MOORE
BARKISTER      SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC
Greenwood
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
Notice of Application for Beer Licence
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, !Assayer and
Chemist, Box L1108, Nelson, B.C.
Charges'���Gold, Silver, Copper .or Lead
|_L0(Leacli.W__-old-SiLv-ej_=Sl,S0.==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.
Dodd's Barber Shop
a
ia
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks & Confectionery
Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Notice is hereby" given that on the Eleventh
Day of November next, the undersigned intends
to. "apply to the Liquor Control Board for a
licence in respect of premises hemp part of the
building known as the Beaverdell Hotel on
Main Street, Beaverdell,. iipon the lands described as Lots Nos. 94 aud 95, Block'4,'Map94,
Similkameen Division, Yale Land Registration
District, in the Province.of British Columbia,
for tbe sale of beer by the glass or by the opeii
bottle for consumption on the premises.
Dated this 14th Day of October, 1920.
MRS. AUGUSTA LUTNER,
Applicant,
o
���"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
Notice^ of Application for Beer Licence
Notice is hereby given that on the Eleventh
Day of November next, the undersigned intends
to "applv to the Liquor Control Board for a
licence fn respect of premises being part of the
building known as the Rock Creek Hotel, on
Main Street, Rock Creek, upon the lands'described as Lot 352, Block 1, Sub Lot 2, Township 67, Similkameen Division, Yale Laud Registration District, in the Province of British
Columbia, for the sale of beer by the glass or
by the open   boulc for consumption on   the
premises.  .
:    Dated this 14tb Day of October, 1926.
ALICE MAY BJORKMAN,
.  .  Applicant.
Greenwood Ledge ads for results
received. . '���     "���'���<-���: X- y ���-���'    -���"���--..-   r
(* For more'detailedpnformation see"the' Bulletin
" How to Pre-empt Land."       7       '
PURCHASE W
Applications are received for purchase of
vacant and unreserved Crown Lands, uot being
timberland, for agricultural purposes; minimum
price for first-class (arable) land is'S5 p'er acre,
and second-class (grazing) land $2,50 per acre.
Further information regarding purchase or lease
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 acres, may be purchased or
leased, the conditions including payment of
stumpage. "7     .7. p.
HOMESITE LEASES
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding. 20 acres,
may bo leased as homesites, conditional upon a
dwelling being erected 'in'the first year, title
being obtainable after residence and improvement cori(litions=are=fulfilIed-and^laTrd=has=beeH=
surveyed. '    '       -. "W
���     LEASES
For grazing and industrial purposes'areas not
exceeding 640 acres mr.y be leased by one person
or a company.
f, *���"*
iX-iy    GRAZING
Under the Grazing Act tho Province is divided
into grazing districts and the range administered _
under a Grazing Commissioner. Annual grazing
permits are issued based on numbers ranged,
priority, given to established owners. Stock-
owners may form'associations for range management. Free, or partly free, permits are available for settlers, campers and travellers, up to
ten head. .- ._....���..**    .'.'. ..
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
H   COLU
The Mineral Province of Western Canada   ���
TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925
Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, 577,663,045,' Lode Gold
'"   $122,S08,459;  Silver, $74,111,397;  Lead,  $89,218,907; . Copper,  $197,642,647;
Zinci  $39,925,947;   Miscellaneous  Minerals, $1,594,387; Coal and Coke,$273,-
048,953; Building Stone, Brick, Cement, etc, $44,905,886; making its Mineral production to the end of 1925, show .an \
.     Aggregate Value of #20.919,628   =.'
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   other
Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations "are granted to discoverers -ior  nominal  fees.-
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security o'f which is guaranteed
.^   by Crown Grants. ,
..-'* Pull information together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing���
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, British Cotabia.
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 con-,
sidering. 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.        ' ' _. J . .���
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