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VOL. 1
No. 2
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" ._        -WE CARRY A  LARGE LINE OF
McLary's Blue Kitchen]Ware
Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, fancy and plain
Trunks, Suitcases, Handbags
Coif Clubs, Balls'and]Bags, tennis Balls
Osoyoos Cantaloupes
Preserving Peaches
For quality and value order from
Phone 46
Ladies and Cents
Ladies Dresses
Real Estate & Insurance
Fire���AccJdent & Sickness, Life,
Automobile, Bonds, Burglary, &c
.  Auctioneer
Houses for Rent or Sale
' Call at the Office of
Agents for
Imperial Oil, Limited
i - i r, *��
Premier Gas.
by the Barrel 31c.
with one of those -refreshing
Ice Cream Sundaes and Sodas
J AT "
Buy a Kodak for your vacation.
Film, Supplies, Etc.
We would like to call your attention to'
the fact that our-
is always in a position to give you the
best there is in
Service and Workmanship
If you have had difficulty .in getting
your watch to keep time bring it to us
and we will make it right
We handle a good line of Glasses
Watchmaker and Jeweler,,'
F. J. White1, Manager
Of Local Interest
Inspiration Pictures, Inc., presents
Richard Barthelmess
"Soul Fire"
A Symphony of Tears and I*aughtei"
with Our Dick as Maestro!       ���.";
' -'        .       "with     .
Bessfe Love
Greenwood Theatre
oUST 14th
Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
Let us Quote yo.u on
W ��� J       Agents for the j
JOHN DEERE Line of Farm and Tillage Goods
4dufts 50;.
Children 25c
We have
-30x3 1-2 and 29x4.40
Tires and Tubes
We have a complete stock and are well
'able to take care of younwants
We carry only the best stockprocurable in -
Beef, Veal, Pork, Mam, Bacon, Lard, Etc.
Better a dead Camp-Fire than a Dead Forest
McMynn's Store
General Merchandise
Midway, B.C.
The. Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
fl of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining Department     *
"Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver, Copper,
The United Church of Canada
Rev. Andrew Walker, B.A.
Minister in charge, Greenwood
Christian Valley 7:30 p.m.
Westbridge 7:30 p.m.
v- Beaverdell 11 a.m.
���   Rock Creek 3:30 p.m.
Greenwood 7:30 p.m.
Tony Boyo, of Rock Mountain,
was in town on Monday.
- N. E. Morrison left on Sunday
morning to spend a few days in
Hkrry Bryan left on Tuesday
for Kelowna where he will attend
the Regatta. *
H! W. R. Moore, barrister, was
in Carmi on business during the
. Messrs. Johnson and Venables,
pf Oliver, were in town on business on Tuesday;
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Peterson
have moved to their ranch on the
Main Kettle river.
,' Mr. and Mrs. T. Hartland, of
West Grand Forks, have taken
up residence in Anaconda.
��� ��� Mrs. A. Lucente is progressing
favorably after her recent operation in the District -Hospital.
M. Montgomery and Geo.
--Fraser, of , Osoyoos, delivered
cantaloupes in" town last week.
Joe Trombley, of Silica Siding,
near Phoenix, has bought a pair
of black silver foxes, for delivery
this fall. -  .
H. Bravard has returned to his
home at Norwegian Creek, after
being in the District Hospital for
a fortnight.
Keep in mind Friday, Aug. 27,
'the date of the Hospital Dance.
Your attendance is supporting
your hospital.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Walters
;and Miss Lilly Pickthall, of Trail,
;jvho is their guest, are. attending
'the;*: Regatta-"' "in J Kel6wna';:" this
week.    ���      ������
' Lawrence McElroy,' a former
resident of Phoenix,,was renewing acquaintances in town on
Monday, enroute to the Hope
-Mrs. Ted Clarke,' of Beaverdell,
and Miss E. A. Olson left on
Saturday afternoon for a motor
holiday to Spokane, Portland and
other cities.
G. C. Egg, accompanied by W.
Rainey, the popular proprietor of
in town from 'Grand Forks on
Adolph Sercu, better known as
"Forpaw", received a slight injury on Saturday, while haying at
Phoenix, requiring a little attention at the District Hospital.
Mr. and- Mrs.. A. Gustafson,
and. Mrs. McLeod and * daughter,
of Penticton, spent the week-end
in town the guests of Andy^ Sater.
On Sunday they visited Phoenix.
M. D. Schenck has a -great
patch of raspberries on his ranch
at Christian Valley. ������ Mr. Schenck
invites his many friends to help
themselves when in that district.
Mrs. H. T. Newmarch, of
Greenwood, a recent well known
resident-of the district, is visiting
Mrs. R.. H. Hodgson, "Stone-
hurst," Hilliers.���Victoria Colonist.
The continued dry spell is
lessening the flow of water in the
creeks, and to ensure a fair supply
in Greenwood; all citizens should
conserve .as much water as
possible. "
Youftg Man Dies
��� Anund Anderson, of Boundary
Falls, passed away in the District
Hospital at 5 p. m., on Thursday,
Aug. 5th. What makes the death
very sad is the fact that his father
died three days previous and .the
members of the family were called
to the hospital on their way home
from the funeral service.
Anund had not been well for 3
months, taking ill at Lardo where
he was studying telegraphy, 'he
returned home early in June and
a month ago entered the hospital.
He was born in Sweden 21
years ago, coming to this province
when four years old. He .had
a_ large circle of friends' in this
district who were grieved to hear
of his untimely end. : He is survived by his mother,' a; brother,
Victor, three sisters, Mrs. Sam
Bombini, Mrs. Werner Johnson
and -Miss Hulda Anderson, to
whom the deepest sympathy is
The funeral was held on Saturday from" Gulley's Undertaking
Parlors to the local cemetery,
Rev. Andrew Walker, officiating.
The casket bore many floral
tributes. The pall bearers were:
Harold Mellrud, Jay Nelson,
Lewis Keir, Joe Krouten, Harold
Folvik and Steve Klinosky.
A special funeral service, for
the late Mr. Anderson, was conduct-d by Rev. Andrew Walker in
the United Church on Sunday
Robt. Brown, Jr., is in .the
Greenwood and District Hospital
and expects' to remain for a few
days. ��<i-o
Mrs. Geo. Putmanand daughter
Lauraine, "and A. Putman, of
California, and Mrs. Tolbert and
son, Bobby, of Portland, Ore.,
and Mrs. Chas. Primalle, of
���Bridesville,- were "the" gue'sts'-'-of
Mr. and' Mrs. P. Campolieto on
'Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Eddy
mourn the loss of a little'3-year-
old daughter whose death occurred
on Saturday following an attack
of pneumonia., The funeral took
place on Monday and was attended by Allan Eddy,' collector of
customs at Bridesville, brother of
the bereaved .father.���Princeton
A" mountain goat crossed the
ranch-of-H���N��� Cox-about "two
miles north of Greenwood last
week. Mrs. Cox was standing in
the doorway of the kitchen when
the animal passed. He shook his
whiskers at her and walked slowly away. -It is thought the fires
up north had made it wander
from its accustomed haunts.
The auto park is very popular
with tourists and cars from different parts of the continent have
stopped there during the past
month. The park has been made
more attractive and the range installed by, A. Sater is proving a
great convenience. The sign post
was repainted by W.   C. Wilson
Re Rock Creek Hotel
I wish to take this opportunity
to let the general public- know
that I intend to take over the
management of my hotel at Rock
Creek this November, and will
appreciate a renewal of former
Dated at Greenwood, B. C,
Thursday, Aug. 12, 1926.
and it can easily be seen by
A critic says modern girls are
just educated dolls. "Bobby"
admits he may be right, but insists they don't squeal "pa-pa,"
and "ma-ma"- when they'ere
Mr. and Mrs. W. Walmsley,
and two children, Vera and
Thomas, left on_ Wednesday
morning by motor to spend a two
weeks holiday"- in Vancouver,
Seattle and other cities.
At Eholt on Tuesday, Leslie
Bryan was bitten -on the: left arm
and left side of chest by a dog,
which had just been liberated
from'a coyote trap. His injuries
were attended to^at the District
On Sunday while working for
Government forestry service, Dick
Pasco was struck . on the left eye
by tree branches, causing a
cloudiness to appear in the sight
and inability to see with that eye.
After a day in the District Hospital it was considered advisable
that he should Wave attention by
an eye specialist. He (left on the
Wednesday morning' train for
Vancouver, accompanied by F.
Fifteen members of the Ladies
Aid met at the. Uuited Church
Manse on Wednesday evening to
bid ' farewell to Mrs. K. M.
Spence, the popular president,
who is leaving, in a few days to
take up residence in Trail. The
evening was pleasantly spent
in games and music during which
Mrs. Walker, on behalf of the
Aid, presented Mrs. Spence with
two pieces of china, in a few well
chosen words. Mrs. Spence was
greatly pleased  with  the
Midway News
Miss Ruth Robinson has been '
engaged to teach the Myncaster
Mrs. M. Romstead was visiting
friends at Republic during the
Mrs. James Bush and daughter,
Mayneen, left Sunday for a holiday in Vancouver.      -  -.
Mrs. H. Erickson and children
left Sunday last for a holiday
with friends at Grand Forks.; .
Master Willie Tippie,' accompanied by his uncle, left for Port-.
land ori Tuesday, where  Willie
will undergo'*'medical treatment...--
Mr. ahd Mrs. W. Nicholas left I
on  Monday to  visit friends at \-
Nelson, after' -having spent a few
weeks at the parental home at
Ferry, Wash.   r <
Miss Helen Barton is spending
a few days as the guest of Mrs.
J, Richter and the Misses Jackson, before taking up her duties
as teacher at Clinton.
Mr. and' Mrs. H. M. Moll left '
this week for the coast 'after
spending a pleasant visit as guests ''
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Richter. Mr.
Moll has been employed at-Kimberley, as draughtsman, since
leaving this district.
Mr. and  Mrs. "Eric Erickson ���
have gone to Long Lake, to pre-""'
pare   camping   accommodations   '
for themselves as well' as for Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Fritz and' Carl   ..
Thomet.    The men will do some
development work on the Lake-
view mineral claim.
McArthur & Co. has purchased-
the sawmill on Norwegian Creek,
fromB.iLequime, and it will be
combined with-the Myers Greek
plantand ioperated- on..the. Mid- .
way Ranch location. A number'.
of buildings have been erected and
sawing jvill commence in a few
days. r ���-
The Midway Farmers Institute
held their regular monthly meeting on Aug. 7th.   A good crowd  -
attended   considering   the -very   _
busy time of the year. ��� The long
dry spell is very hard on the crops
and has reduced the yield considerable.   After the business was''
finished, a joint meeting of the
women and men was   held   to __.
on fur farming.   Mr. Martin is a
very interesting   speaker having
gained practical experience, as the X
company he represents has about
700 foxes on their ranch at Calgary.   He claims that a-man with
a couple of-pair of black silver
foxes, of good quality, can make
more  money,   with   very little' ^
work, than any farm in this part .
of the country.   The speaker also
dealt with   other  fur  animalsj-
claiming that the muskrat and
Chinchilla rabbit were both good'
money makers.   A hearty vote
of thanks was tendered to Mr..
Martin before the gathering dispersed.
(Received too late for last issue)
J. A. Smiley, of Vancouver
Customs, left Midway on Thursday, Aug. 5th, to relieve A.
Porter, of Myncaster,' while the
latter leaves on' a holiday to the
,   . gifts,
Phil Wade, roadmaster for the but regretted having to break her
~ "        "     '       -     - pleasant relations'with the local
Ladies Aid.    After singing All
She's a
Kettle Valley railrpad, and' well
known in' the Boundary, has retired from active service at Brook-
njere, where he has been stationed. Mr. Wade entered the service of the.C. P. R. '40 years ago.
Lang Syne and For She's a Jolly
Good Fellow all united in wishing
her. the very best in
Mr. and Mrs. M. Romstead
entertained a few friends at dinner and cards on Tuesday evening. Mr. Smiley and Mr. Johnson tied for honors as missere
Mr. and Mrs. R.'D. Kerr returned Wednesday' evening from
Denver, Colorado, where the report a wonderful time spent with
their daughters, Mrs. - R. McMillan and Mrs. C. K. McArthur.
The Misses Gertie Stoddard
and Nellie Kroupa entertained at
a community picnic Sunday of
last week. A large crowd gathered at the Eveleth Park and a.very
enjoyable time was spent swimming and picnicing.
A Dance will be held in the
Farmers Hall, Midway, on Labor
Day, Monday, Sept. 6th. Bush's
orchestra will supply the music-
Admission, adults $1.00, children
150c, supper included. A good
her hew I way to close the holidays is to
attend this affair. THE   GREENWOOD. LEDGE
.' /.
Why Many Homes
Are Damp Inside
Builders  agree  that the  dryness 'of a  building
depends   largely   on   the   insulating   powers   of  its ,py
^    sheating paper.
JvJ '        Hercules is the only building paper which offers  &_
Ka    100 per cent, protection against winds and dampness.   K*
K^ Its hard protective surface is obtained by using an t^
^ exclusive coating preparation -.that is. absolutely ��n
[yj    involatile. ' VX
The reduced heating expenses more  than offset
the slight extra cost of Hercules
Take Over Elevators
Turkish Women Are Efficient
C'.-edt Work Being' Done  By Them  In
Illusion!,    regarding    woir.en    have
been broken right and loft during tho
hist lev years.     Tho final blow, ho-w-
company, hmvxv.n
M V,\eAtic Waxed I'apcr Co,. Western Wnxcd l'apci- Co.
K,4 320 Davie fat. Vancouver 290 McDermolt Ave. Winnipeg
rv< Hunter Martin A Co.   Rcglti.1
Isn t Time
Preparing for a briel holiday at a summer cottage on one ot our lovely
Western lakes, thu writer of (his column tossed a levy old magazines in his
grip wherewith io pass tin idle hour while lolling under tlio trees. Glancing
througli one of these his eye was caught by an article appearing under the
heading which appears at the top ol this column.
I low oflen are peoplo heard to exclaim, "I haven't time," or "There isn't
time." uttered by way or excuse for not doing something which ought to be
clone. And how false and shallow such an excuse can be! Tho necessary
time can always be. found for the discharge of one's duties and obligations if
thy will to do is in evidence.
llut on the'other hand, It is perfectly true, lhat "there isn't time" for many
���Jungs upon whicli, nevertheless, countless people expend, an enormous amount
���of very valuable time, resulting in pure waste.
I'ime may appear long and slow of movement when measured by centuries
and thu history of nations, but it is fast and Heeling when gauged by the life
of individuals. Men who have lived long and very active lives filled with
noteworthy achievements have at the close, of iheir careers expressed their regrets in the words, "So much to do, so Utile done!"
Time, coupled with good health, is tho most precious of gifts to mankind,
.because the span of human life is brief, every moment should be put to the
lest possible use. Sufficient of it should be devoted to healthful pursuits
and invigorating exercise aud recreation in order that the hody may be kept
���strong and, physically At to keep the mind alert and active and the body capable of the work It may be called upon to do. Only so can the best use be
made of all the time allotted to the individual.
Hut, let it be repeated and emphasized,, there isn't time in even tho long-
c-st life for some things. Sorrow conies to all at some time or other, but
""ilicrc isn't time" to waste In brooding over one's s-.orrow aud losses. To do
so merely means to further shorten life.
. Tliere isn't time ln ihis life for worry. Worry kills. It accomplishes
nothing, but is wholly destructive :i*ndi undermining. It is right, proper and
Altogether sensible and prudent to take thought of and for Ihe future, but
many people confuse this desirable trait with needless, senseless,.worry.
*uiJi\: Is too brief lo hunt for grief, for thorns among lhe dowers."
Hurt we may be today by what friends or others say about us. We may
1)e misjudged, our actions misrepresented, our words distorted,. We may be
maligned, slandered, and made the victims of false rumor. These things cut
and hurl,, hut "there isn't time" to let lliem long anuoy. Along with them
tliere are also many things to make us happy aud glad, and. we need all the
time there is for the bright and joyous things ol life.
Life is too short for thoughts of malice, hatred and revenge.     Wrongs
- may bc inflicted upon us, bul by pursuing the even icnor of our ways, tho
mouth of th.e^shuiderer will bc closed aud his evil words effectually .answered.     "Life isn't'long, just lime for song, and love, aud Ihings sublime.     Be
not concerned, with thoughts lhat burned.-    Good friends, there isn't time."
People tliere are who are so busy in this life getting everything out of it
���which seems to them all-important and worthwhile that Ihey can find uo time
to think of and prepare for a future life in which we all believe, while there
are others so absorbed with thoughts of that future life that thoy become
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool the Great-
,   est Wheat-Handling  Organization
in the World     I
Elevators of Lhe Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator Company! Ltd., re-
I cently caine under the management ol j ever,   comes   from   Kathryn   Newell
'Saskatchewan Wheat Tool, njaking Lho | Adams, president of the Constanlln-
i greatest wheat, handling organization'o]ile Women's College.
!in the world. j j    Miss Adams, who was in the United
The first payment of $1,500,000 wapjSlates for the summer holidays'said
made by the pool lo the company by .that Turkish women have an extreme-
certified choline. The pool iprovious-1 ly active suffrage society, tire clearing
ly had made a deposit of $500,000 just] (ho streets or Constantinople from bog-
prior lo llie meeting of tho'directors j gars, cleaning up tho red light districts in (lie city, actively campaigning for prohibition, organizing trade
schools for children, using the mosques as community centres, organizing
mothers' clubs.'clinics, milk stations,
child health centres,, and managing
homos where beggars who are found
on the streets are taken and taught
an honest trade. In other words,
Turkish women arc not the clinging
vines, lacking all administrative ability and eiliciency, that western nalions
have pictured them to be.
and shareholders of the company in
April when decision to sell the company's elevalofs and holdings was
reached. i
The total amount fo be paid for the
elevator system of the Saskatchewan
Co-operative Elevator Co., Ltd., by the
Saskatchewan Pool Elevators^ Ltd., is
?11,059,310.17.under the terms of the
award handed down by a majority of
the bpard of arl)itra\ors.
gony Of Lumbago
Quickly Soothed Away
By "Nerviline"
For the sharp, piercing pain of Lumbago, and the tormenting aches of
Rheumatism, no linimeut Is so eflicient, so quick to bring comfort -and
relief as good old "Nerviline." ' This
wonderful liniment penetrates through
the tissues very quickly, sinks at once
to the core of the pain, draws the
blood .from the congested area, and
thereby relieves the pain in a short
time. Those who suffer from stiff
joints, swellings and Rheumatic conditions should use Nerviline. 11h;> King
of Pain destroyers. Gel Nerviline today, 35c, at all dealers. i ���
Really, a Language !
The call of the cricket is rettlly a
language, il is said, to have been^prov-
ed by a recent experiment. when a
female cricket was made to., call
througli a ' cricket was made to call
through a -telephone, whereupou a
male insect at the other end of the
line became excited on hearing the
The Empire's Food Supply
Faced ,With Shortage Britain Would
Have to Depend on Dominions
(Since) Great Britain can feed
only, two-fifths of its people from its
own resources, it is fairly obvious that
a world shortage in food would hit
Great Brilain first and hardest. Great
Britain's hope "61 escape from the
worst consequence could- only be in
the empire. -.Yet} what measures have
been taken to ensure that empire resources should be at her command Jn
any such dire development? Australian and Soutli African opportunities in beef are neglected in favor of
foreign supplies. West Indian sugar
has been victimized by foreign���and
inferior���produce, and even Canadian
wheat finds its way to the United
States whilst the United States export
to us.���London- Unitedi Empire.
Ctnver on fheo, little pej*t
Filthy fly, trnwelcome pvest I
NO need to tolerate a single fly in your house.
.Flit Mils flies.
Flit spray clears your home in a few minutes of disease-bearing flies and mosquitoes." It is clean, safe
and easy to use.
Kills All Household Insects
Flit spray also destroys bed bugs, roaches and ants. It searches
out the cracks and crevices where they hide and breed, and
destroys insects and their eggs. Spray Flit on your garments.
Flit kills moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive
tests showed that Flit spray did not stain the most delicate ,
Flit is the result of exhaustive research by, expert eiitbmol-
'ogists and- chemists.   It is harmless to mankind.   Flit' has
replaced the old methods because it kills all the insects���and
does it quickly! Get a Flit can and sprayer today: '
i" '
Distributed in Canada by Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Toronto.-
Flies 'Mosquitoes  Moths
Ants   Bed Bugs   Roaches
"The yellow can with tho
.      black band" s~^
This Can OnIy.be Done by Keeping the Blood Rich and Red
If you would regain your vigor aud
ambition, keep your blood and'nerves
in good condition. Anaemia, or thin
blood lowers the vitality, starves Uie
nerves and causes a general rim-'
down conditiou. When the blood is
thin the skin loses its color, the
shoulders droop and weight is lost.
The victim of anaemia loses appetite,
suffers from indigestion, headaches
and sleeplessness, and is nervous and
exhausted after slight exertion. If
you havo any of these symptoms do
not delay hut begin treatment' now
with Dr. V.Ulliams' Tink Pills and you
will be gratllied with the prompt ira-
Arraless Artist Wins Honors
provpjuput in your condlton.     Among
neglectful of the duties and responsibilities of this life and their obligations j the thousands who have   found   new
Work of Japanese Girl Sold For Large
A Japanese girl, handicapped by the
loss of both arms, but possessed ol
great courage*, astonished Tokio an
circles by carrying off the honors ot
the Peeresses' School exhibition.
Holding specially .constructed brushen
between her teeth, Miss Yoneko Yama-
guchi, the armless artist, had for several "years painted obi, the decorative
sash worn by "all Japanese women.
Some of her work at the exhibit sold
for as much as $500. Miss Yama-
guchi was to have been a geisha gin.
After she had learned, the saraiesen
and graceful dances wliich pleases thc
Japanese tired business man, one night
her'father suddenly' became insane,
killed her five brothers and sisters and
cut off he rarms.
to oihers, and lead narrow, selfish lives in a continual atmosphere of gloom.
Boih arc wrong. There isn't lime for such misconceptions of the true meaning of life.
���It would, for most or ns, be time well spent if once in a while lu the
quiet pi' an evening hour wo "made a mental inventory of our days, and weeks,
"anil, months/and carefully classified under apf>ropriaTe"lieacling3""the use'being
made of the time allotied to lis. Are we using this precious inheritance, which
once neglected is immediately gone never to return, for the improvement ot
our minds, an increase in our talents and powers, and devoting all the best ot
which we are capable for the advancement of our age and race? Or are we
wasting precious hours and days on .matters and things Tor which, after all,
nobody really has any lime to spare?.
Plans For British
Cruiser Disappear
Navy Has Bene Keeping Details Of
Armament Secret -
Plans for the British cruiser Suffolk have disappeared. The Suffolk
Is under construction at the Portsmouth navy yard and. details of lier
armament have been one of the secrets
of the navy. The disappearance of
thc Suffolk plans recall lhat plans of
the submarine K-2 recently were
It spoils Ihe effect when a man gets
angry during a religious argument.
Thc business of the palmist is along
various lines. ���
The Qu'Appelle Diocesan
School For Girls
J REGINA -        - SASK.
This is ;t lioaivling school for Kirls
conducted by thc Church of !_!__�����-
land in lho Diocese of Qu'Appelle
assisted by tho Sisters of Saint
John the Divine.
WHAT   DOES   IT   DO?     '
rt teaches the course of studies
of the 1'ulilic Siliool and the.iirst
three yours of the Colioglate witli
tlie addition of Musio, Danchiff.
Depottineiit and Religious Instruc-
-' tion. It supplies n. splendid
environment and already has established a reputation for results.
Fees, 5130.00 per year.
ARE     YOU     INTERESTED?���If     SO.
write for particulars, to
The Qu'Appelle Diocesan School for Girls
Big Family Of Settlers
Family From Mlnnsota Settle in the
Humboldt District
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stundebeck,
from Minnesota, .have recently settled
in tlie Humboldt district with nine
children ranging ia age from two to
19 years. They bought 960 acres of
farm land in this district' and camo
with several thousand dollars in cash
and, effecls and farm equipment valued
af $8,500. They irmdp tlio trip rrom
their home in Minnesota in a motor
car and motor truck on which was
built a House large enough to hold
the big family, which is the modern
style or covered wagon or prairie
schooner in whicli settlers of today
make their migrations. In tho old
days the ox or mule-drawn covered
wagon took days or weeks to cover
long distances, whereas now lhe motor,
driven prairie schooner makes - the.
journeys in hours or days.
health through the use of this medl
cine is Mrs. Herbert Nagle, Ludlow,
K.U., who says:���"1 had not been
feeling well for some time and was
gradually growing weaker. 1 would
take dizzy spells and often faint. I
found it hard to do my work. 1 took
doctor's medicine for some time, but
it did me no good, and 1 was still
growing weaker. In ihis condition I
began the ute of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills and in a short time found they
were helping me. I continued the
use ot tho pills for /i while longer, and
found lb at the trouble thai, had, bothered me was gone and I was once more
ti well woman."
��� Get Dr. Williams' Tiuk Pills-at yoiu
druggist's or write The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., fJrockville,~Ont., and the
pills ^'ill be sent post paid at 50 cents
a box.
Ultra-Violet Rays
England's Strongest Man
Blacksmith   Bends   Steels   Bars   and
Easily Lifts Great Weights
J,. C. Price,, of Gloucester, England,
Research. Work  Commenced   on
Power of Invisible Rays to
Produce Vitamines
The power of the invisible ultraviolet rays, to produce different tints
and degrees of brightness in different
materials has been vividly illustrated
to New York theatre audiences, bc-
cause this power has been used .tor
some of the most brilliant ��� theatrical
effects in recent years.
_ Costumes white or dull in color under ordinary light are mado to blaze
and gleam with many hues under ultraviolet rays.
" These spectacles were based on the
researches of Professor It. W. .Wood,
of Johns Hopkins University. By
flooding tb o-membcrs of the Association for Advancement of Science with j
ultra-violet rays in 3921 he gave the.
first public exhibition of the odd effects since popularizea7ron the stage.
Ultra-violet rays have since been
used widely In deciphering palimpsests, or twice-written manuscripts.'
In Uie last year research has been
concentrated on the power of ultraviolet rays-to produce vitamines.
Observing Secrecy
Plan to Keep-Anglo-American Liquor -
Agreement Secret
A controversy over publication of
the new British-American rum agreement,, just reached in London, is likely
to develop in the United States if both
governments persist in the present intention to keep the provisions secret. ,
- Secretaiy of State Kellogg says'that
the agreement is neither'a treaty iior
a convention. If that,construction Is ���>
maintained the agreement would not
have to, go to the senate for ratification and 'therefore the senate'-woula
���have no formal ��� means of making inn
agreement public.
Regina Building Permits
Building permits issued at Itegina
for thc first hiilf of 1926 amounted in
value to ?_l,72S,(.lf. as compared with
$907,400. for the corresponding period
last year. -
is known as "the strong man of the
west." He bends a .four-inch horseshoe nail double with, his hands, and
holding a bar of horseshoe steel in his
teeth he takes one end in each hand
and bends the bar into a loop. Recently he lifted 430 pounds of iron
from the ground .to his knee. Price
has been a blacksmith for 30 years.
He is 43" years old. His height Is
5 feet 10 inches aud he weighs 22-i
pounds. He has a chest measurement of 50 inches.
Mix Minard's with sweet oil or
cream and apply.     Quick and-
��� permanent relief.
Severn! Chinese generals have issued edicts imposing the death penally on any soldier found smoking
H Bids, Pain Begone.���When neuralgia racks the ne'rves or lumbago cripples the back is the time to test the
virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Well rubbed iu it will still the pain
and produce a sensation of ease and
rest. A'trial of it will establish faith
in it. '
For, Scalds and Burns.���Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil is a standard remedy for
iheNprompt treatment of scalds ancl
burns. Its healing power quickly
soothes the pain and aids a speedy recovery; from the' injury. It is. also an
excellent remedy for all manner of
cuts," bruises and sprains, as -well as
for relieving the pains arising from Inflammation of various kinds. A bottle
iu the house and stable saves many a
doctor's and veterinary's fee.        . ..  .
Has Radio-Equipped Car
The League of Nations assembly haw
a specially constructed radio-equipped
Pullman car for emergency use. This
car is to be used to take members to
troubled areas in dime of need.
Exports High
i    Exports  from  Canada to Australia
i rose in March to the exceptional value
j or ?2,49S,732, of whicli about half was
for automobiles and parts.
There's Nothing Equals
|    A tame elephant eats   more   than
j one thousand pounds of green fodder
; and  twenty-five pounds of unliusked
rice daily.
W.   N.- U.   1641
Minard's Liniment for Insect bites
Rumania's Queen Economizes
Has Adopted Peasant Dress Excepting
On State Occasions
, Queen Mario -of Rumania, in the- interest of economy and serviceability,
has adopted Rumanian peasant dross..
Only at court ceremonials or elaborate
slate occasions does she wear European silks or satins. Even while
idling in the streets of Bucharest she
may be seen any .day attired in tho
picturesque hand embroidered linen
costume of the peasant woman, with
designs worked in gold, red br blue
thread, with a flowing kerchief wound,
around her head, a bright red and
white hand-knotted apron, , and red
leather boots.
Fable For Dentists
"Doctor," said the patient to tho
dentist, "I haven't a single decent excuse to offer for neglect of iny teeth.
I have had plonty of timc to spare to
have them-attended to, no sickness iri
my family or press of business to"keep
me away. from, your office, and no lack
of money to pay for the work. Tho.
truth is, I am Just a plain, miserable
coward."���Life;   .
.Where Men Are Barred
Brighton is the. proud possessor, ol
the first flats iu all England built exclusively for women. The first blocft
was dedicated by Lady Emmott-Eacli
flat is self-contained, and the .occupant may have children or a--woman
companion���but no husbands, or anything of tlie kind.- The rent-averages
about ?1.75 a week.    .
Only the uninformed endure the
agony of corns. '��� Tho knowing ones
apply Holloway's Corn Remover and
get relief. J
A bachelor says: "Before taking tho.,
leap through tho wedding ring a man
should bc suro that tho not of connubial bliss is properly stretched on ilia
other side." ,
It has been in use . for over . 80
j-eara; its action is pleasant, rapid,
reliablo and effectual, and relief
comes promptly.
"Don't accept a substitute."
The genuine is put up only by Th��
��. ttilbura Co, Limited, Toronto, Oct
Wins Bucking Contest
A ninteen-year-old boy, Jack Cooper, of Calgary, riding a horse aptly
named "Dynamite," Avon the Major
Fred Brewster challenge trophy iri the
bucking horse contest of the first annual show of tho Jasper Horsemen's
Association held on the Henry Houso
Flats in the Athabasca Valley.
1 '
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Proved safe by millions and prescribed-by physicians foty
Colds-   -Headache      Neuritis    -    Lumbago
Pain       Neuralgia    ��� Toothache"   Rheumatism
Keep  Minard's Liniment bandy
.Accept only" "Bayer" package
which contains proven directions.
Handy  "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet*
Also bottles of 24 and' lOOr-Druggiats,
'Aiplrin Is tbe trade mark (roistered ln Cuiadi) o{ JUyer Manufacture of MonoiceUe-
aeldesUr of Sallcjllcacld (Acetjl Sallc/Hc Add, "A. S. A."). "While ft Is yrell know*
that Aspirin means Barer mantutactare, to assist tbe public against Imitations, the Tablets
8t Bsjer Company will be ���Utmjxa *wlti their general into naxi, tb* "Barer Cross."
Jt t
c ���
h -
"Swat the fly \
Scientific Expedition In B.C.
Great Advance In  Aviation
Lawyer.Scient[sts to   Trace   Relation-{Circling   World   In
ship   of  Ro"cky~ Mountain  Sheep
'Jolni iM.'Ho]S'u-orth).or Porl CliOhtei
A teaspoonful of
Gillett's Lye sprinkled
in the Garbage Can
prevents flies breeding
Use Gillett's Lye for all
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Costs little
but always
Less  Than
.  ^Possibility
To race around  lho world  aguinsl
KV        ,  r      ��� :Ume niay  b<1 un  MJtilaraiing  ihougli
-VI., and Lee Parsons Davi.-,, of New I not an
Rochellc, passed Hi rough'Winnipeg Uie ' since
end of July, travolilng wesl over Cai_-
onjoyabk1 pas lime.      Vol ovei
Jules   Voruo'a  famous  tlighl oi ,
=.�������- ������' oHu-,i��iiicy. for his age, "Round the Work1'
aduii^Nsi tional  lines inlo the nioun-j in   Kighiv-  Uays "  efforts
tains of Northern British Columbia lor | made to belter whar
iiif purpose ol tlacing th.- tami'    ���      '
of the Rocky-Mountain sheep.
ly ..rot.
a  bare
will   (ravel by pack  (rain and  cano..-J globe haw
through  a practical ly  unexplored
gion to the headwaters of lho  v
ro-' da\:
have  been
hen seemed only
e  possibility    ol    achievement.
Tmle and again the journey round the
been   lowered  in- point   of
and   hours  occupied,   the  latest
im���..       i     ... ,     .     . oiico.-ucwss being that of Aviators Kvsins
Kei  and will be ,��� the north umil land Well,, who con.pto.od the trip in
Tb, ���   ur     i   y ''-enty-oigtu days, iourleen hours and
Jio expedition is being undertaken .lilriy 'minutes.     Join, Henrv Mears
lor the l.nuod Stales biological Sur-iin 1913, mado ihe circuit in thlm-flvo
vey and Natural Museum of Washing- j days .aiul  ihirty  minutes.      A  whole
���-lhe main object is,io learn- tnS j week, less a foW i10UrSi was  clippC(.
from the previously held record.   The
Rapid Increase Of
Japan's Population
relationship between the Northern
Stone Mountain sheep aud ihe llig-
horn sheep of thc main Rocky Moun
tain range. . In .addition, the explorers will collect specimens,of various
species ol mountain sheep and of cariboo for the museum.
Probably ihe'members ol:: tho party
are  best -known as members of tne
reduction would have been greater hae
lhe United states been able to provide, the same facilities for flight
wliich these bold voyagers found in
���Europe. Ho, ai least, they report.
Substitute planes wero easier to obtain in the old world, than here, and,
in general, a-higher state oi aerial de-
e  also | velopment was -lound. '   If    this    be
Clean to handle.   Sold by all
Druggists, Grocers and
General Stores
Interesting Facts In
Government "Blue Book
al Report Issued Every Yeai
London Police
Kvery year, says a writer in a Lon-
How London Zoo Started
-    ������ -s
Natural History Enthusiasts Responsible   For: Present   Valuable
The London Zoological Society orig-
inally consisted of fifteen natural history enthusiasts, who met at regular
intervals to discuss animals.
Eventually they decided to rent a
site in Regent's Park, where fish could
be reared, wa tori owl bred, and a small
menagerie ol animals kept���the beginning of the Zoo.
Today the collection numbers some
thousands of animals, birds and other
creatures���and is worth untold wealtji,
The first animals to be brought from"
abroad by one ,of the Zoo's emissaries���who nowadays comb the world
tor specimens���wore those captured
in the Falkland Islands by a keeper
named Lecomte.
When , he returned with one sea
lion, a wolf, a goose and two gulls,
Population Has Increased Over Three
.. Million In Five Years
Prom the , latest' number of the
.Oriental Trade Journal, a Japanese j able .court battles
publication, we find seme of the re:
suits of the census in Japan, taken
last October. The figuies are those
announced by the bureau of statistics. They are for Japan proper, consisting of the three main Islands,
which together'have an area of 60,-
V,U square miles. The population is
59,736,822, of whom 30,013,109 are
males and 29,723,733 females. ' Compared with the census talcen in 1920,
legal profession, but they hav
established for Ihemsolves a notable true, one of the. chief values of their
rem.ta.mn ���, sciwM{i cJrcleR a3 Cs- performance    is,   tho disclosure how
big game hunters.     Mj\ I this continent -Jags
Holzwonh is a former assistant dis-'
trict attorney and Mr. Davis is a for
mer district 'attorney of Westchester
plorers and  _,_��� fiaiuc _.m_(.-__.       .��n-juns contiuent Jags    behind    in-' the
utilization of the air as a sphere of
travel and transport.     Of course, no-
'- wllP1"e is  development what it must
county and has figuied in several not- j come to be iu the next decade or so
VMr,   ,.     rr ,      - f01' Ul�� P^t.fouK. When   the~ world everywhere adjusts
eau, Mi. Ilolzworll,  ha,, been   coI-|itself to .flight, and Us possibilities, a
ecting specimens of sheep and carl-1 month    will   not'   be needed for the
bou under special'permit   from
Canadian Government and    for
United. States biological survey.
d��� Paper, the"-police take a' census everyone- went wild *'ui1 excitement,
of the number of habitual  criminals ^ Lc(:0mlc- becamo the her�� of tlie
mint gives a new
thrill to every bite.
Wrigley's is good
the I round trip..
, the population increased by U,773,-
769, or 6.7 per cent, iri five years���an
average annual increase of '750,000.
According    to   these   figures,    the
density, ol population in Japan proper
is 581  to the square mile.     This is
considerably less than the density-of
population iu England   and,   Belgium;
���  which"is about 665 to the*square mile.
Still, Japan is not so much Industrialized as is either England or Belgium;
it is more largely   agricultural,    and
therefore it suffcis' niore from pressure
,.of population on the n^ans of subsistence.      One can undeslaud why the
.' need of space for national expansion
_ is a pressing problem in Japan.
-   There are two'Japanese cities wiln
more   than   a   million   inhabitants���
Osaka, with 2,11.1,801, and Tokyo, with
3,995,567.     Of cities with more than
300,000 Inhabitants there are 21.   Tlio
population of thc .101 cities represents
21 per cent, of the total population of
Japan proper.���Hamilton Herald.
Mosl of the 1 ravel will be by pacic
train    through   hitherto . untravellecl!
mountain   wilderness.   ' The   altitude!
being upward.-or ten thousand  feet,'
snowstorms will be encountered after]
September first.     The route will be
by Canadian National    Hallway's    to {
Prince George,;B.C.,'thence by canoe j
up the Parsnip'River to the head of'
the Peace "River, whorl pack horses
will tie secured for the remainder of
the.- trip. ^        " "
A  Queer Mailing Station
Fishermen    at    Maritime
One  Of.World's  Curiosities
Big Forest of Lava Trees on Hawaiian
Islands -
���On thp slopes ;of a volcanic mountain tliere i�� a perfect forest of lava
trees, which i.s believed to'Miave been
formed neaily a century ago.      The
at    Maritime , Crossroad
Dispatch  Letters Froni  Passing
. Ships
!    Where (he southern sea lanes meec
rhe Gulf Stream to form one of the
world's' busiest maritime  crossroads,
a few miles off shore,' sailors aboard
passing ship's have established-a queer
little mailing station.
Designated by no name, no mark-'
er and no custodian, this novel postal
clearing spot nevertheless has grown
through an unusual custom. Thc vo;-
uuteers in its service receive uo remuneration.
The "post oilico" stretches indefinitely just beyond sight of tho beach
where fishermen, amateurs and professionals alike, cast their lines from
an array of pleasure boats and non
at large
The last 'figures given in a government "Blue Book" just published, show
that pearly three thousand persons
regularly commit crimes for a living,
over five hundred of these being women,. There were also 341 houses of
receivers of stolen goods "known, to
the pblice."
There are any number of interesting facts in the oflicial reports. For
instance, many people believe that the
death sentence can bo passed only in
connection with murder. Actually,
however, the sentence may be pronounced for treason, piracy, or for
setting fire^to a government ship or
Legal crimes include such things as
challenging a person to a duel, or
holding a political meeting within a
certain distance of the Houses of Parliament.
, There are all; sorts .of acts about the
observance of Sunday still in', force,
though they are seldom or never carried out. Under a very old clause
any person "travelling by boat" on a
Sunday is liable to punishment, while
there is an- act just over three hundred years old that forbids anyone to
leave his own parish on a Sunday to
engage in "sports or pastimes" elsewhere.
���"The- Zoo's first hippopotamus,*'��� a
species of animal that has always been
one of the biggest-"draws," arrived In
Regent's Park just three-quarters of a
century ago.
ees which iorm this forest are amaz- ,,esdpt harbor,,craf^kitting the pain
ngl3   Ufe-Uke, even the grain of-the Jo? ocean-going vessels.      '
bark bein
Puts Money In Circulation"
Wheat took a hop upwards of six
cents a bushel one day this week,
which is not so bad, although tliere is
very little wheal on the market in this
province.     It indicates what is likely
T-o-happen "in the future. <���* With thc
present price of wheat applied to the
crop Tha-i-'Alberta farmers expect,
tliere should be a large amount of
money in circulation in the next twelve,
months.���Calgary Albertau.
Martha.���"Does Jim' believe in cvo-
-hi tion?"     '
- Agnes.���"I think he does.     lie told
��� me that his grandfather was an Elk."
represented, yet they are
nothing bul shells'of lava. The way
in which this strange forest was forni-
ed is interesting. ,The_ original trees
were of a kind known locally as ohia,
a species "abundant iu the Hawaiian
Islands. During a terrific outburst on
the. part of the volcano, when the lava
poured out,, in-a vast cataract, 40 or 50
feet deep, the wliolcof a thickly wooded "region was overwhelmed. The
fluid point of lava is, at*2,000 degs. P.,
but it insiattlly solidifies at a point/&
few degrees below Ihis    high    figure.
the stream of liquid fire, the lava
wliich came into touch with the trunks
and branches lmm.edi!ately solidified,
owing lo the contact with the cold
bark. ' The' main ilow of the molteu
stream swept on, leaving each tree
with only a thin coating. This was
sufficient to set the wood burning, and,
in course of time, all the branches and
the trunk of the iree were consumed,
leaving nothing but the lava mould.
A hail from .a'-passing sllip. the loss
of a corked bottle overboard, and ;i
letter -in its floating container'is
scooped up a few minutes later, by ono
of these deep-sea fishermen, who
speeds the missive on-, its journey
at night when he returns to port.
Ancients Built Largest Statue
No Other  Has Equalled the Colossus
of Rhodes
' The ancients still hold  the record
in,some depurtments. ___-__j__
Miller s Worm Powders are a prompt
relief trom lhe attacks of worms in
children. They .are powerful in iheir
action and, while leaving noi bing to be
flesired as a worm espellanl, have an
invigorating effect upon thc youthful
system, remedying fever, biliousness
loss of -appetite, sleeplessness, and
other ailments that follow disorders
caused by .worms in the stomach and
Music Of the Elements
Orchestral   Effect  Produced  By Wind
Under  Certain   Conditions
We are so accustome'd to man-made
music that we seldom realize that the
elements have ways . of producing
music of their own. In tha, Malay
States there are fields of bamboo that
in certain conditions make a volume
of sound that fiom afar strikes the
ear like a huge -orchestra" of flutes.
The effect is caused by a'small worm
which bores holes ..in, tho bamboo
stems; the wind, blowing through the
holes, produces an astonishing variety
of notes that sometimes blend iu one
great open-air ��� symphony. " .
Another form of outdoor orchestra
is to be, found, on the Scottish coast,
where the sand, in sine districts; produces distinct musical notes' when
walked on or slruck by a stick.
Water, in certain circumstances, is
capable, of yielding extremely pleasing musical effects, a fact realized by
the a'neient Greeks, who had a number
of musical instruments operated solely bv water. Certain North Ameri-
can'tribes of Indians make music by
filling' buffalo hides with water-ancl
beating .them with sticks.
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'. Her Suffering Relieved and
~ Health Restored by Lydia
��. Pinkham's Vegetable
-Compound      -     ,
Toronto, Ontario.���"I am c'ertainly
very grateful for the benefit I havc re- ���
ceived from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, also the Sanative,.
Wash and the Liver Pills.   In the
early spring I was suiFering so much
from loss of blood that I thought I
would never be any better as doctor's ,
. medicine relieved me���only for the
.   time being.    I saw the Vegetable-
Compound advertised in the 'Toronto'
Star,' and I find the Vegetable Com- ���'
'- pound'.Tablets the best for me.   I
i nave been taking them since Spring,
and I intend keeping therii by me all
the time. .After reading your Private "Text-Book I saw it was neces--
sary to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash, and, I can "safely say.I'
feel a different woman.   My friends
remark how well I look. I am a very
busy woman, but I am ready at all
times to boost' your medicines.''���
Mrs. Charles  Giffin, 919 Lands-
do wne Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.
You may be having an experience
similar to Mrs.- Gifiin's and will be
interested to know what she did.
Every sick woman can feel confident
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound will help her, since we are
told that it does help 98 out of every
100 women who take it.
Sold by druggists everywhere.   C
Going In Opposite Direction
Sport Roadster Had No Attraction For
.Pretty Girl
He is a handsome juvenile ami hc
owns a sport model roadster.   ��� A's'lie
lnimmed along the Grand  Concourse
the other day he spied a very pretty
girl standing on a corner.     Swerving
over gracefully ho, stopped   the  eai
directly in  lront of her and. opened
the door.     She smiled sweetly at him.
."Are yoiVgoing north?" she asked.   -
"i'es, Indeed."* he replied.
'"Well,'! she continued, "would you
be so-loud, as to remember mo to the
Eskimos?" ' -
And down-'the^ street she went���
headed south.���New Vork Evenlug
World. '     ... ~'    '
Suggrts Gas Mask Drill
Charles/G. Amnion,'a labor member
of parliament, has suggested that the
government provide every man, woman
and, child in London, with-a gas masic
and to arrange for gas mask drill in j friendship,
the schools.     II esaid enemy aircratt Britain and the United
easily could drop "gas bombs on\Loii-| make, tho liberties and freedom of tho
For instance, the great pyramids of
Egypt have never been equalled either
in size or tho weight- of material used.
It has been surmised that the delta
of the Nile was so uniformly flat that
the ancient Egyptians, seeing mountains in 'neighboring lands, determined to build . structures "mountains
high."      r
No'statue at present standing iu any
part of  the  world  can  compare  for
sheer   size   with    the   Colossus    of
���Rhodes.      It was long believed  that
this mighty'statue of brass bestrode
the-mouth of the   Mediterranean 'island's harbor, aud that ships in full
sail    passed   through'  its knees, but
j this is not now. thought to be true.
;.    Even Shakespeare says, in "Julius
i Caesar"
row world like a Colossus." The
statue stood 126 feet high, and one of
its fingers was larger than a man. It
was -executed by Charles of Lindus,
stood for fil't.wsix years, and was then
thrown down by an earthquake.
Here Centuries Before Columbus
Scientists recently- discovered a
tangle of knots which, translated, ro-
veal a knowledge of Oeluge among
America's earliest civilized people,
the Incas. The first white civilizers
are said- to have come to America
2,300 years ago, centuries before Columbus, was born.
An Encouraging Statement   ,'.
Viscount Allenby says the bond of
existing   between    Great
States    will
Wager Remains Unsettled
Prince    Bets    ��5    No    Orie    Would
Recognize Him On Stroll
The Prinee of Wales ia looking for
a sympathetic arbitrator lo,settle a
bet.      '    ���
Leaving 'his apartment at St.
James' Palace for au evening, out, a
friend who accompanied him sympathy
ized~witiniim because he could not go
about unrecognized like ordinary people. . - .    ���
"I'll bel you
me    between
Wales replied.
Tho bet was taken. Wales and his
friend walked three blocks wilhoiii incident. Then a woman stared"* hard,
at Wales." and fhe friend claimed the
"She didn't recognize me, or she
woulili ' have been - too ��� polite to
stare," Wales responded���and, the bet
remains unsettled. ''
little Helps For This Week
Woman Runs Paper
Swedish Woman Has Handled
, Business Successfully For Years '
A Swedish woman, who-.owns and
successfully operates a pulp' and paper
mill in the northern part of Sweden,
Fanny CJnander Scharvig, was recent-,
ly a visitor in Winnipeg on her way
to Edmonton, where she hopes to persuade one of-six sons to return'homo
with her. Mrs. Scharvig was widowed in 1910, and has since headed her
husband's business with an annual
output of 150,000 tons of paper, which
is sold iu Sweden and England.
��5 nobody recognizes
aud    Trafalgar
blocks    away���
When I.awake I.am still with Thee.
���Ps. exxxix., IS.'
Still,    still   with   Thee wheii purple
��� morning =cbreaketh,-    ���
When   the   bird   waketh   arid   tho
shadows flee;
Fairer than morning, lovelier than the
Dawns the,sweet consciousness  r am
with Thee!
__ ' ���1 larriet Beecher Stowc. -
first thoughts arc for Him,' who hath
made the night for rest and the day
for work, and who hath^blessed both.
If my heart be early seasoned with
His presence, il will savor or Him all
thc daj.  ,
Minard's Liniment for Dandruff
j The young wife was busily plying
"He doth bestride ihe nai-iher needle. "It's too bad." she complained to her husband, "the careless
way,llie tailor sewed this button on.
This is thc fifth timc I've had to put Ir
back for you."
The Terror of Asthma conies like a
thief in the-night with, its dreadful
throttling, robbing its victim of breath.
It seems beyond the power of human
aid to relieve .until one trial is made of
that remarkable preparation, Dr. J. D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. Then relief conies with a rush. Life becomes
worth living; and, if the remedv be
used persistently, the disease ls" put
permanently to rout. Take no substitute.
} Every mother knows' how ratal the
hot summer months    are   to    small'
children.     Choleia   infantum,   diarrhoea    dysentry,   colic   and   stomach
troubles- are   rife   ar   this time and '
often a precious Hi tie life is'lost after ���
only a few hours illness.    The mother
who keeps Baby's Own Tablets in the
house feels safe.    ,T1U. occasional use
qf the Tablets prevent   stomach   and
suddenlp���as.   It   generallv does���lho
Tablets will bring   the   babv   safely
through.     They are sold bv "medicine
dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box
from 'Hie Dr.,Williams' Medicine Co,
Brockville, Ont.
W.   N.   U.   1641
Teacher.���"A transparent object is
.something-, that you can look througli.
Now Johnny, can you name.something
tbat is transparent?"
Johnny.���"Sure.     A doughtnut!"
Small Boy (to butler who has opened door in response to ring) .���"Please,
sir, is this the fourth house from your
left?"- ..-..,   ii
whole world unassailable in the future;
Coming from a soldier, this is a particularly encouraging statement.���Toronto Mail and Empire.
Wool From. Northern* B.C.
There was shipped recently from
Terrace in the Prince Rupert district
half ,a ton of wool, the first that has
gone out: It was from the ranch of
William G. Goodwin, of ���Kitsulkallum
consigned to Kamloops.
On Arms and Limbsl Lost
Rest. Cuticura'Healed
"I was bothered" with pimples
for over a year which affected my
arms and limbs. The pimples were
rather large and red and quite hard,
and festered and scaled over. They
itched and burned causing me to
scratch, and I lost rest on account
of the irritation.
"A friend recommendefl Cuticura
Soap and Ointment so I sent for a
free sample. There was a difference
after using It so I purchased more,
and after using two boxes of Cuticura, Ointment and three cakes of
Cuticura" Soap I was completely
healed." (Signed) Miss Martha
Hinsche, Box 13, Fillmore, Sa9k.,
Nov. 10, 1925.
Use Cuticura to clear your skin.
Swnpl. Ewfc Frw tr Unit   Address Canadian
Depot: *St<n__<re_��. Ltd, MomttMl"  Price, Soap
26c. Ointment 25 and Wc. Talcum K<_.
EHST" Cuticura Sharing Stick 25c.
His Majesty's Understudy
King George Is Often Represented By
A Deputy
Owing1 to the number of public and
social engagements King Georgo has
to keep, it often becomes necessary
for Ills Majesty to be represented by
a deputy. �� <,-,.
The man who represents the King,
be he prince, ..peer, or commoner, becomes for the moment invested with
kingly, rank. ' He must be-addressed
as "Sir," iio one must sit down in his
presence,-tuid ho takes precedence
over all others, a't whatever function
he may attend on behalf of King
George.'    '��� ,
At all public functions attended by
the King, a reception committee must
be appointed to receive him, ami Ihe
same ceremony must be accorded to
the King's., representative.
When attending any ceremony in
London, the King's representative is
provided with one of the royal car-:
riages. but no outriders are sent. Nor!
is he over'accompanied by a military j
guard, unless-he is a member of thej
Not Harmful To Eyes
; If you can read, write or do other
work without tiring your eyes, there
is no harm in going to  the movies, r.
specialists'in eye diseases say. -Tests
with 150 persons showed that those
who suffered eye fatigue after watching a motion picture film, also became
tired when doing other work that af- '
focted the vision, .so that the movlps--
were not responsible for thc trouble,    -i.
Recognized.as a leading specific for
the destruction of worms, Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator has proved a boon to suffering children everywhere. It seldom fails.
i W
��� Teacher.���"So you admit the unfortunate lad was carried to the pump
and there drenched with water? Now,
what part did you take in this disgraceful affair? ' , N
' Jones (meekly).���"The left Teg, sir."
No Uacation Kit
Is complete unless it contains
protection from sudden attacks -
of cramps or colic. Don't forget
Chamberlain's Colic &.
L OiarrhQgj[ Bffffflte J
To secure orders for men's,
ladies' and children's hoslerv. No
capital required. We pav highest
commissions. Year round work.
Send foi- catalogue. Porter-Ilosierv,
One Bloor St. East, Toronto. -
You'll, never acquire���popularity by
telling your neighbors how to do
things.   . ������' ������ ,..'.'
for   Corns   and
BAKER'S  OVENS���Write for cat*'
logue   and  list  of  used  ovena-
Ilubbai'd Oven Company, 1100 Queen "
West, Toronto.
to. 1 for BlafiCr^ f��t��rrh. Ko,9 for Blood *
���kin Dlaaassa. No.SToruhronlcW����knea��et
Soli bv-leidlni CHE_.I��.��. er'rttnn. mill from
Bk.LlCE.MCUci.Ca.KawMocl.Kd.lfW.S.Lefibs THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
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 in advance.
Delinquent  Co-Owner  Notices. .$25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices     3.0U
Cards  of  Thanks     1.00
Certificate   o��  Improvement  12.50
(When  more   than   one   claim
appears in notice, $5.00 for each
additional   claim).
All other legal advertising 16 cents a
line first insertion, and 12 cents a line
for each subsequent insertion, non-
pariel measurement.
Transcient display advertising 30
cents an inch each insertion.
Business locals 12Y2c. a line each
K. M. Spence, of the B. C. Telephone
Co., has been transferred to Trail, and
left for that place on Friday.
Herb Auger now drives a new Chevrolet touring car, having purchased it
from the Grand Forks Garage.    J
Mrs. Ed. Pope ancl daughter, Edna,
left on Wednesday for a visit with
relatives at Qu'Appelle, Sask.
P. de N.Walker of Victoria, inspector
of hospitals, paid an official visit t'o the
Greenwood and District Hospital this
prompt action of theForesty ollicials
in putting 22 men to fight the fire on
the Silver King mine, Phoenix road,
kept it from spreading and on Tuesday night it was under control.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Airs, of Christ-
church, New Zealand, are the guests
of Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Nichols, enroute home from a six month trip to
England. Mrs. Airs is a sister of Mr.
< The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, ancl
that the editor would be pleased to have more money.
Mining Notes
The tunnel is in about 175 feet
at the Imperial near Rock Creek
and the lead is looking better
than ever.
R. Denzler was in town from
Phoenix on Saturday. He i$
developing the Butte and states
that his recent find'is looking very
J. H. DuHamel is working
steadily on, the Orescent and reports from this mine indicate?
that the new lead is holding its
high values.
J. W. Clark shipped a carload
of ore from the Providence dump
to the Trail smelter this week
It is Mr. Clark's intention to install a sorting plant to handle th���
entire dump.
Bridesville Old-Timer Dies
James Goodyear, a well known
old timer, of Bridesville, died on
Aug. 5th. Not feeling well' on
Thursday morning he was taken
to a doctor in Washington bj
Ernest Johnston and after hi;
return about 3 o'clock laid dowr,
on the bed and there passec
away. Coroner Dr. W. H. Wood
and Constable W. B. Stewart
were called. Being told of the
particulars the coroner decidec
an inquest was not necessary.
The late  Mr.  Goodyear ha5
over 30 years, where he owned e
ranch. He is survived by ar.
older sister, Margaret, who resided with him; also"a sister in
Idaho. The funeral was held
Rock Creek School Social
The Rock Creek School committee held a social evening in
Riverside Hall, on Aug. 7th, foi
the benefit of the school. It was
very well attended by young
people who thoroughly enjoyed
themselves. The music contributed by Miss Doris Clark,
Miss Rosie Madge, and- Messrs.
Cuniliffe and Gilding, of Penticton, was much appreciated. The
committee wish to thank the following for donations for supper.
Mrs. Carl Olson, bread; Mrs. O.
Johnson, cake; Mrs. W. Johnson,
cake; Mrs. Waltham, cake; Mrs\
Anderson, cake; Mrs. W. Johns,
milk; S. Peckham. $1; O. Wheeler,
coffee and bread; Ed. Madge,
Greenwood and
District Hospital
Donations for July
Mrs. T. Roberts, bread; Mrs. Sater,
milk; Mrs. R. Mitchell, lettuce; Mrs.
Axam, flowers; Mrs. King, cauliflowei
and fruit; Mrs. Stewart, dresser cover
Mrs. M. Anderson,bread; Mrs. Bravard
butter and buttermilk; Allan McCurrach, magazines; Mrs. McCurrach.
books; Mrs. Moll, magazines and fruit;
Mrs. Keady, biscuits and sardines.
Mrs. Carr, dresser cover; Mrs. F. L
"J. Peterson, vegetables; Charlie Bing,
fruit; Mrs. Roberts, vegetables.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kind sympathy shown, and
the many beautiful floral tributes in the
late bereavement of our beloved husband and father, N. J. Anderson, ancl
son and brother, Anund Anderson.
Mrs. Caroline Anderson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bombini and family, anclMr. and Mrs. Werner Johnson
and family.
Dodd's Barber Shop
and Billiard Hall
Cigars, [Cigarettes, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks & Confectionery
Open 8 a.m.ito 11 p.m.
The place to get
Free Air and Water
is at
Rock Creek
Also carry
Gas, Oil, Tires, Patches, Vulcanizers, ac
Contractor and Builder
Foreign and Domestic Monuments
Asbestos Products Co. Roofingr
Lamatco Wallboard
Box 332 Grand Forks, B.C.
$&>��&i&&��&~~. ^w..���,~w���-~ .
Richard Barthelmess diet Bessie Love.
/* Soul Fire"
the feature attraction at the
Greenwood Theatre on Saturday, August 14th. "
Manager (to new stage hand):
"Now, then, run up the curtain."
Stage hand: "What- do yei
take me fer? A blessed squirrel?'
WANT   ADS,   &C
LAND WANTED for cas.li bnyeis.
Describe, give price. H. Webster,
121 Tenth St., New Westminster.
FOR SALTfl-2 cows due to freshen
this month.     H. Hartley. Greenwood.
FOR SALJ3-A bicycle for $12.00 at
The Greenwood Ledge office.
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box L1108, Nelson, B. C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
S1.00 each. Gold-Silver Sl.50. Silver-
Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
These charges made onl3r when cash is
sent with sample. Charges for other
metals, etc., on application.
Job Printing
The Greenwood Ledge
New Location
Near Imperial ��� Hotel
"I hear, you 'are sending your
wife to the country for the benefit
of her Health?"
"Yes���and mine!"
WHEN you purchase beer in British
Columbia, either in sealed bottles at the
Government Stores, or by the glass or in
open bottles on licensed premises, you receive pure beer.
In thc Licensed Premises, or Beer Parlors,
you not only get pure liccr, hut you arc
served it under regulated and orderly conditions. Beer Parlors are conducted under
the direct supervision of the British Coluin-
hia Liquor Control Board and according to
the rules and regulations of thc board.-
GOVERNMENT Inspectors appointed for
that duly sec that Kcei"Parlors arc
oncratcd in a strictly sanitary manner. The premises must he kept well ventilated and airy; the beer-drawing apparatus
must bc kept immaculately clean. Storerooms nnd ice boxes musl bc sanitary in
every respect, and glasses must bc llior-
!���" oughly washed and dried each time thcy
are used. All beer must bc kept and served
ut tbe correct temperature.
All these regulations arc for the protection
of the public, furthermore, all beers furnished by the Amalgamated Brewers arc
Ecriodically subjected to careful analyses
y^well-known and reputable firms to assure that thc people are being supplied with
nothing but the best and purest of beers.
THE advantages of such rigid regulations
for the protection of the public can not'
be over-estimated. The consumer receives
pure beer, a healthful beverage of low alcoholic content, recognized as such by the most
eminent medical authorities, and the,people
of British Columbia are to be congratulated
on the sane and protective rules governing
its consumption.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
H. W. R. M00HE
Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20lli Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay postage one way. Terms cash
Vacaret, unreserved, aurveyed
Crown lands may be-vpre-ompted by
British subjects over 18 years of age,
and by-aliens on declaring, intention
to become -British subjeots, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
' Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions ii
'given ln Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of chargs
by addressing the Department 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 timber-
land, i.e.; carrying over 8,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range
and 6,000 feet per acre east- of that
! Applications for pre-emptions arc
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 must be occupied for
five years and improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, Including
clearing and cultivating at least five'
acres, before a Crown Grant can b��
For .more detailed Information ses
the Bulletin "How to . Pre-empt
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price for first-class (arable) land is
|5 per 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
ltlmber land, not exceeding 40 acres,
may ba purchased or leased, the conditions > Including payment <K
Unfrurveyed areas, not exceeding 30
acres, may be leased as homesites,
conditional upon a dwelling being
ereoted ln th* first year, title being
obtainable after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
Tor grazing and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 140 acres
may be leased by one person or ��
GRAZING      0
Under the Grazing Act tho Ptot-
lnoe ls divided into grazing districts
and the range administered under a
Grazing Commissioner. v Annual
grazing permits are issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stock-owners
may form associations for range
management. Free, or partly tree,
it* ar* available for settlers,
ant t��*voller__, up to   tea
When Needing SSepair Work on any
make of Car try ��or Service
Special Offer on Chevrolet Cars
A chance of a lifetime to sret a Real Car at practically your own price
JQHN R. MOOYBOER, Proprietor
uiilw_l_t���ww^aiugaL^L__j___^^ ammiuii
What a Speedway
Slender copper, .wires are strung across the
countryside. They are highways ready to carry
your words at a speed of thousands of idles per
-second, For business or social calls���the longdistance telephone.
Job Printing at The Ledge
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $77,603,045, Lode Gold
$122,808,459;  Silver,  $74,111,397;  Lead,  $89,218,907;    Copper,  $197,642,647;
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-    "     0
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���
VICTORIA, BritishColumbia,
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 Geo- .
logical' Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of
information. <, " ��� - ' -
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