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VOL. II
GREENWOOD, B.C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1928
No. 24-
A full Line of McClary's
Ranges and Heating Stoves
McClary's Enamel and Tin Ware
Assorted Dishes and Glassware
T.M. GULLEY & CO.
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Of Local Interest
R.  0. Leslie,  of Kettle  Valley,  is
spending a few days in town this week.
Canned Fruits
The original flavor and nutritious value are preserved
Singapore   Pineapple   ,.. .2s   3   for 55c
Peaches  sliced  and  halves   ��� 2%s 40c
Pears    2J4s 50c
Loganberries  in  syrup,  70%   sugar 2s 35c
Raspberries    2s 40c
Fruit for Salad   -.   2s 50c
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Licensed Insurance Agent
Fire, Life, Accident & Sickness,
Automobile, Bonds, Burglary
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AUCTIONEER
Call and see
Charles King, Copper Street,
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CONWAY TEARLE
In this  year's
greatest role-
He could lose'without batting an
eye���but it was different when he
thought he'd lose her!
Meet this man among men���meet
this woman who won his heart���and
get the thrill of a lifetime while
England's prize horses race for the biggest stakes in history.
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BARBARA BEDFORD
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY JANUARY 14th
Commencing at 8:15 p.m.
Adults 50c/    Children 25c
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MEAT MARKET
Tel-2. GREENWOOD,  B.C.
, BEEf, PORK, VEAL, &C
Box 391
home Cured Hams and Bacon
Pork Sausage, &c
Mail orders promptly attended to
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Coming! Coming!
Saturday,  January  28th
Johnny Hines
In
"The Live Wire"
FOR SALE
Col, C E. Edgett of Vernon, Salesman for the Marconi Radio is iri*town.
A. J. Morrison of the Wellington,
Beaverdell,- was in town during the
week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bubar, of Kettle
Valley, were visitors in town on
Wednesday. v .
Greenwood Council
Elected By Acclamation
The Civic election passed off quietly
ir. Greenwood on Monday all the
officers being elected by acclamation.
Those elected were as follows:
Mayor���T. M. Gulley.
Aldermen���A. J. Morrison, Robert
Forshaw, F. L. Peterson, G. B. Taylor,
���G. W. A. Smith and Ola Lofstad.    -
School Trustee���Charles King.
Police Commissioner���F. L. Peterson
Midway News
The Ladies Aid will meet at the
home of Mrs. R. D. Kerr on Saturday,
January 14th, at 2:30 p.m.
A Leap Year Dance will be held in
the Farmer's Hall, Midway, on Friday,
March 2nd.   Watch for posters.
James W. Ellis, a former Greenwood
editor, has sold.The Merritt Herald to
Ernest B. Mayoh, of Vancouver.
A. Lander, W. E. McArthur, C. Weed
of Midway, and J. C. Boltz of Boundary
Falls, were in town on business on
Monday.
James Kerr, deputy provincial assessor, with headquarters in Penticton.
was in town on official business during
tlio week-end.
W. H. Biner, formerly of Phoenix
and latterly of Los-Angeles, has been
���appointed manager of the Nicola Valley
Brewery Limited in Merritt.
Emil Almstrom, who has been relieving the- Kettle Valley agent at
Beaverdell, spent tho week-end in
town. Emil left on Sunday morning
for Coalmont.
There being no show last Saturday
evening, 'a large number of skaters
availed themselves .of the opportunity
and had a good time skating.
A nuinber of buildings have caved in
owing to the weight of snow,. during
Lho past week. Among them was the
Imperial Oil -warehouse at the C.P.R.
tracks.
W. Wallace, Howe,'"of* Edmonton'- wa*s
visiting his brother-in-law,. - James
McCreath this week. Mr. Howe is an
old-timer of Greenwood, having started
a bottling works here in the early days,
which was later known as .the Greenwood Liquor Company, when James
McCreath became .a member of the
firm. -Mr. Howe is at present an
auctioneer in the Alberta city.
a The matron and nursing staff of the
Greenwood & District Hospital were
hostesses to about 25 of their friends
in a sleigh ride to Midway on Monday
evening, January 2nd. On reaching
the Farmer's Hall the merry crowd,
which"was- augmented~by ~ a'riumber of
Midwayites, started dancing and had a
real enjoyable time. Refreshments
were served by the nurses. On arriving
home the happy crowd gave three
cheers and a tiger for the popular
hostesses.     &
Guests at the-Pacific Hotel during
tlie week: James Kerr, Penticton;
Rev. E. G. Smyth, Grand Forks: W.
W. Howe, Edmonton; , R. O. Leslie,
Kettle Valley;. B.W. Bubar, Beaverdell;
Thos. A. Temple? Nelson; C. E. Edgett,
Vernon; C. H. Weed, Midway; H. G.
Birkenshaw, L. McAlister, Vancouver.
Two Crown Granted Mineral Claims
at Beaverdell. No reasonable cash
offer refused or might consider good
mining stock in exchange. Full particulars.  Box 537, Cranbrook, B.C.
FURNISHED.HOUSE FOR RENT
Apply to Juan Puddy.
Great minds,- like heaven, are pleased
ln doing good.���Rowe.
The Stemwinder' mine at Phoenix
owned by R. Forshaw and leased to A.
B.' Fenwick, of Bull River, is looking
good. A crosscut is being driven
showing up a large body of ore.
The men and ladies basketball teams
of Greenwood, played return matches
in Midway on Wednesday, losing*
both game's to Midway by one-sided
scores. Following, the games a- very
enjoyable dance was held.    * '
On The Ice
P. H. McCurrach in sending in his
subscription to The Greenwood Ledge
says: I suppose you have this horrible
thaw over in Greenwood. We were
just away to a nice start here. My rink
had played six games and won 5 and
lost one, but there is no curling here
just now. The Bonspiel is on at Kimberley, but 1 am glad I did not go up
as it must be a "slugging" match. You
would probably hear of Margaret's illness. She is home again after her
second operation and is fairly well,
and wo hope will be all right now.
Give my regards to all old friends.
EHOLT OLD-TIMER DIES
Thos. Miller, aged 72 years, a resident
of Eholt for over 30 years, died in the
Grand Forks Hospital on Monday. He
had been in poor health for some
months and a few weeks ago. was
moved to', that institution. He was
very well known and the news of his
death will be received with regret by
all who knew him. Before his removal
to the hospital he was taken care of in
Eholt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Moore.
Bridesville News
Mrs. Johnston and son, Leslie returned on Thursday after a visit to the
Coast.
The Leap Year Dance given in the
Bridesville Hall on Saturday evening
was a great success, the gentlemen
supplying the lunch.
YOUTH FOUND DEAD
Philip Harsnan, aged 15 years, was
found dead,' this -. afternoon,, with ; a
22-rifle beside-him, half a mile from
the Myncaster Custom's Office. These
are all the particulars we could learn
before going to press.'
CURLING
The knights of the broom and stane
are having a great time each week
night at the local rink. * Some big surprises have taken place as also some
one-side scores made. The McLennan
& McFeely competition was very interesting and resulted in a win for the
rink skipped by H. W. Gregory with G.
W. A. Smith mate, W. R. Powers
second and H. H. Summersgill lead.
This rink .won four games and lost one.
The result follows:
Walters (Juan Puddy skip) beat
Forshaw. - '
Goodeve beat Hoy (Francis skip).
Gregory beat Walmsley.
Gregory beat Walters (Juan Puddy
skip).
Gregory beat Hoy (Bryan skip).
Goodeve beat Walmsley.
Walters (Juan Puddy skip) beat
Goodeve.
Forshaw beat Gregory.
Hoy (Bryan skip) beat Walmsley.
Hoy (Bryan skip) beat Forshaw.
Walmsley beat Walters (Juan Puddy.
skip.)
Forshaw beat Goodeve.
Walters (Juan Puddy skip) beat Hoy.
Walmsley beat Forshaw.
Gregory beat Goodeve.
Mrs. Hawkes and Mrs. Joe Richter
returned from Spokane on Saturday
where Mrs. Hawkes was taking treatment for her eyes.
Joe Gray, fruit- grower of Renata,
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Kerr. He formerly was in charge
of the old Ingram Mountain School.
The Election of Officers of the Midway Women's Institute was postponed
until February, so please turn up and
bring your friends on Saturday, Feb.
4th.
An effort is being 'made^to have a
rural maiL.delivery in the district adjacent to Greenwood and Midway. The
ranchers around Rock Creek have this
form of mail delivery.
The Ross cup competition started on
Wednesday night. The rinks are reversed and total points will count.
The first game Summersgill (Gregory)
vs Geo. Bryan (Forshaw) was won by
tho former by. a score pf 8 to 6.
while in the second, Purkis (Hoy) won
over Walker (Walmsley) by 8 to 7.
This competition has started as amusing as in former years and the club's
artist can find ample material. The
new skips performed athletically and
"keep your,.eye on the broom" was the
order "of' the night."' ���--"���'���"- " - v
' The games scheduled for tonight are:
Jas. Skilton (Goodeve)' vs McMynn
(Walters), and Walker (Walmsley vs
Geo. Bryan (Forshaw).
We would not care to disclose the
name of the enthusastjc curler, who
after the excitement of Friday night's
game, hitched himself to the cutter in
place of Prince, but were we intending
taking a rickshaw ride, we "would certainly phone 7L. __
An invitation was extended to the
Grand Forks Curling Club to use the
Greenwood-Rink-foi-their=bonspielras
the Forks Rink was destroyed last
week. Word was received on Tuesday
tliat the Rink will be re-built.
The waiting room and the interior
of the rink has been renovated; also a
number of new benches made by
Curler F. L. Peterson. This good work
has been favorably commented on.
With the Lady Curlers.
.The' Ladies have made a fair start
toward getting up some interesting games and although but two rinks have
been formed as yet, a third one may be
added next week. The present line up
is as follows:���Mrs. G. S. Walters (skip)
Mrs. F. A. Johnson, Mrs. F. L. Peterson,
and Mrs. A. Legault; Mrs. G. W. A.
Smith,.. (skip) Mrs. H. W. Gregory,
Mrs. G. Sutherland and Mrs. J. Keady,
with Mrs. A. R. Royce and Miss E.
McDonald as spares until the third
rink has been chosen when no.doubt
a new line up will take place.
Beaverdell Briefs
B. W. Bubar was a visitor to Greenwood on Tuesday.
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Mrs. A. Purkis has returned from a
pleasant holiday spent in Nelson.-
J. Kilpatrick, Kettle Valley Road-
master, was a visitor to camp on Monday.
J. D. .Morrison has returned from
several weeks spent in the Okanagan
Valley.
Several farmers^have found it very
convenient to have their grain chopped at Pannell's mill this winter.
Howard says there has been some rare
specimens of wheat brought in, one
kernel measuring three inches long
with a bright head on the top, another
about four inches with an eye through
the head. .Fortunately for the machinery, Howard screens the grain before
it is chopped.
Midway Farmers Institute
The Annual Meeting of the Midway
Farmers Institute was ' held in the
Farmer's Hall oh Saturday, January
7th. There was a good attendance of
enthusiastic .members. The, officers' for
the year were elected and are as follows:
President, H. Bruce.
Vice-President, J. Richter.
Treasurer, J. C. Boltz.
Secretary, A. Lander.
Directors, H. Bruce, J. Richter, J. D.
McDonald, H. Pannell, E. F. Keir.
-   Auditor, H. Paiinell.
x Committees:
Hall, C. Weed and H. Pannell.
Sports,. E. F..'Keir, H. Pannell, J.
Richter, W. E. McArthur, T. A. Clark
and Wm. Riley.
_U,Pig' Club..and Chicken Club, J..C.
Boltz, R. Forshaw" and "'A;" Lander."'  ";;"
���   Sick���R. A. Brown, D. J. McDonald,
J. C. Boltz, R. D. Kerr and A. Lander.
The letter from Kamloops re health
insurance was .read and endorsed and,
the secretary was authorized to draft a "
resolution regarding same.   '
Rock Creek Notes
Mrs. M. Rusch assisted by Mrs. M.
Kayes arid Mrs. F. Carey were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower ih
honor of-Mrs. Carl Carlson (nee.Miss
J. M. McHaffie has returned from a
holiday spent in Vancouver and Summerland.
Ethel- Carey)- whose marriage took
place, in December. The gifts were"
given to the bride in a beautifully
decorated basket by Miss Tim Johns'
and Master. Dick Warndck, the groom
assisting his bride in opening up the
surprise parcels. \->
Piano and dance numbers were given
by Miss Doris Clark, Miss Pose Madge
and Miss-Isabel Haines.
After supper the guests joined in
singing the old time songs, which
brought a delightful evening to a close.
The list of gifts follow:
Afternoon tea set, Mother and
Tommy; afternoon tea set, Mr. and
Mrs. Olsen; fancy tea pot, Mrs. M.
Kayes; fancy cup and saucer, Mr. and
Eric Jackson; six dinner plates, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Wheeler; salad bowl, Harry
Brown; berry bowl, James Turner:
Battenberg centres, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Johns; towels, ��� Leonard Fisher;, aluminum saucepan, Bede Abel; pie plates
and salt and pepper, Mrs. Hastings;
bowl, Tim and Rachel;. cake pan.
Aretta and Isabel; potato masher and
egg whisk, Steve Peckham; cut glass
butter dish and silver knife, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Rusch; bedroom rug, Mr. and
Mrs. Fisher; pillow cases, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Madge; fancy towels, Mr. and Mrs.
Warnock; pudding bowls, Mr. and-Mrs.
Sommers; kitchen utensils, H. B.
Foster; water jug and tumblers, Blaine
family; tea' pot, "Dad" Henderson;
bedroom slippers, Uncle Will; water
jug, Mr. and Mrs. Clark and girls; cup
and saucer, Helen;-pillow cases and
fancy jug; Mr. and Mrs. JG. Lord;
table runner and doily, Mrs. M. Rusch;
hand embroidered runner, Mr. and '
Mrs. Chase; cream jug, Cummine ."
Abel; salt and pepper shakers, Mrs. M.'
Rusch.
James Kerr, deputy provincial assessor, was a^visitor from Penticton during the past week.
D. McLaren has returned from
Canoe and taken up his position again
at the Wellington mine.
Alex McPhee has started to haul ore
from his claim, The Bounty, and expects to ship about twenty tons.
Emil Almstrom has left for Coalmont after acting as relieving operator
here at the Kettle Valley station for
the past six weeks.
Now, Mr. Bachelor*watch your step!
This is 1928 which means Leap Year
and if you're not careful Wedding-
Bells for you!!!���?
During the cold snap Gordon Haskel-
the well known Rock Creek hunter
with- the aid of his famous hounds
succeeded after two days hard travelling in bagging a fine cougar, measuring nine feet. The animal was killed
on the Main River which seems to be
a favourite haunt for these pests.
Mrs. Sommers qf the Main Kettle
River, was the guest of Mrs. M. Rusch
on Saturday, January 7th.
Wife (looking up from her newspaper) :   "It tells here about a man giv-'
ing his wife a $500 necklace.  Nothing
like that ever happens to me."
Husband (looking up from his): "I
was'just reading about a man giving
his wife a-pair of black eyes. Nothing
like that ever happens to you, either." SHE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
The Orange Rekoa-."
is extra good -
In clean, bright Aluminum
Find Long Missing Seal
Canada In 1927
We arc now well kuuu-bed into the new year of 1928, and it is possible
to examine the completed story df Canada's progress and development in'the
yoar now ended.
IL is tho universally expressed opinion that the year whicli witnessed ihe
Domin-on's diamond jubilee was one of the best years in Canada's history. It*
was a year unniarred by any great national disasters-or epidemics;'it'was
a yonr of tairly general-prosperity; it was a year of national yrowth and of
development along Iii es making fot national unity and a better conception
of Canada';, future possibilities.
rinc Domiriior is mere highly'regarded hy our own people, and has attained Lo a higher place in tne eyes of the whole world. The,new Status
.v.cordccl the Dominions wiihiti the Empire has been productive of yr.iater
national pride and confidence which finds expression in a still greater determination to build stronger and better in the years to come. Not least among
tli p. factors adding to Canada's international position-was-the election of the
Dominion to a seat on the Council of the League of Nations and Lhc appoint?
mcnl of a Canadian Minister at Washington, a'nd an American'*Minister, at
Ottawa.
Western Canada can justly claim credit for many of the thing's which
have resulted in Lhe improved position of tha country as a whole.'.During the-
past five j ears it is conservatively estimated that the farmers bf Western
Canada have sold farm produce Lo a value of-$2,000,000,000 at country"points,
and wiih the return of prosperity to. the West, there has been a vast improvement in business everywhere. In a New Year's message, Sir Henry .Drayton
declared Lhat the gain-of the year must be largely credited to agriculture and
the extension of Canadian mining;, and pulp, and paper industries. Western
people have long contended that a successful and prosperous agriculture
meant prosperity for all.    Tlie past year lias demonstrated this.
One of the'most noteworthy, developments of-the year has i-oen the rapid
increase of wealth pioduced from the mineral resources of the Dominion.
Prnctioaliy every province hag experienced important developments *_n this
respect, and no country in the world is now attracting quite so much interest,
or inviting larger investments in this field* of human activity. It is ���everywhere
Apparent that Canada is entering upon a new,era in mining, ancl one which
gives promises of adding enormously to the wealth of its people and providing
employment ior 1:1:107 thousands" of workmen, not alone in mining itself hut
in all the allied industries and businesses, including transportation, which
active mining operations bring about.
Tlie trade and commerce of Canada has continued at a high level, with
the Dominion occi-pying a position ih the front rank of nations, and with a'
per capita trade higher than any country except New Zealand.
In the\vorld of finance, -Canada has been blessed with cheaper inoii^y for
productive purpoaes-Lhan any country, except the United States. Taxation has
been reduced, revenues have expanded, and surpluses in Governmental administration have taken ihe place cf former deficits. Canada's ability to pay
off over $50,000,000 oi" its national debt out of* current income in 1927, is
significant of the great change whicli has taken place in the last-few years'.
Western cities report a year of great building activity, a largely increased volume of b?nk clearings, growth in population, prompt payment of
taxes, profitable operation of public utilities, and good business in almost
every branch of commercial activity. Towns and rural municipalities present
thc same 5 avorable report, an ever increasing number of the latter having,
liquidated their entire debenture indebtedness and Otherwise decreased thoir
liabilities ahd increased tlioir-assots.        .
Tlui3 thc old year closed with peace, contentment and prosperity prevailing throughout the Dominion, with a new,confi'dence and courage manifesting
itself.throughout the Maritime Provinces, with activity.general in the central
eastern Provinces, and with optimism prevailing in the West, coupled with
well organized efforts to .'steadily advance its agricultural interests and development and with entirely new opportunities on a large scale developing" in the north. Canadians can and are facing tlie new year with pride
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Was .Originally Attached To Charter
Of William tho Conqueror,
A seal originally attached to the
charter of William the Conqueror,
which -always wa3 assumed to have
been lost beyond hope of recovery,
has been found at the Guildhall, London.
Among an old and miscellaneous
collection of articles a red bag was
discovered containing pieces of wax
which when pieced together with the
aid of British Museum experts proved
to be the centre of the long missing
r;eal.
TO THE MOTHERS
OF ALL PALE GIRLS
If Your Daughter Shows Signs
Of Anaemia a /Tonic Is
Needed
Anaemia is simply a lack of blood,.
ILis one.of the most common and at
tlie same timc most dangerous troubles from which growing girls suffer. It is common liecau'se .the blood
so often becomes impoverished during development, when girls often
overwork and overstudy. It is dangerous because of the, stealthiness of
its approach and because of its tendency to grow steadily worse. Every
growing girl' should occasionally take
a tonic to ward off ' this insidious
trouble..It is because of their powerful action in rebuilding the- blood
that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills - have
made . a world-wide -reputation. The
case of Miss Claire Sullivan, Pincher
.Creek, Alta., amply proves the value
of this medicine. Miss Sullivan says':
"During my school days I suffered a
great deal from thin ancl watery
blood. I was continually weak and
tired; my appetite was poor, my sleep
unrcfresiling and I was troubled with
backaches. To make matters worse
I was. attacked with acute appendicitis and thc operation left me in a
very weakened state. My 'mother,
learning of the value of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills, had me take them and
after using tliem for some time I can
say the result was simply wonderful, as they completely restored my
health, and now when opportunity occurs I always recommend these pills
to weak, pale girl 3 suffering as I
did."    **..���
You can get the pills from your
druggist, or by mail at 50 cents a box
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
Underground Kail way In Tokio
���The first underground railway in
the Far -East opened Tokio to the public. Running one and one-half miles
underground, it is constructed on the
pattern of the New'York subway system and is said to be proof against
earthquakes. It connects the railway
terminus at Ueno with the Asakusa
pleasure quarters.
' Man at the Cash Register���"Listen
I wouldn't.cash a check for my own
brother!" ..-   . 7"
' Stranger���"W!ell, of course you
know your family better than I do."
Children Arrested For Murder
Niw   Hundred' Homeless   Waifs Iii
Russia Implicated In Slaying
Of Italian Vice-Consul
Nine hundred homeless children
havc been arrested by police in Riga
in connection witli the murder of the
aged Italian vice-consul, Kozcio, who
was beaten to death with stones and
robbed by children on a dimly lighted
street, according to the Riga correes-
pondent of tho Daily Mail.
Kozzio'a body waa found December
27 He had been visiting a niece the
night of llhe killing. ' At the time it
was believed that bandits had killed
and robbed him and children were not
suspected. EVen thc gold filling in his
teeth had becn extracted by the robbers.
According to thc Riga correspondent of the Daily Mail, whose report
is not substantiated elsewhere, boys
and girls between thc ages of 12 and
1G attacked ...Kozzio with stones,
crushed' his skull and rifled his pockets of.$2,000. The police made the
arrests after tliey had discovered Koz-
zio's watch. A number of adults also
have been arrested.
If You Need A Tonic
Get The Best!
��� Guelph, Ont.���"There is nothing better as a building tonic than Dr.Tierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Several times
C^~ "^HHi when I was rundown,
\R|& suffered from weak
'S"#��b3js stomach, thin and
impoverished blood, I
took it aad always
obtained good remits. It enriched my
blood, relieved me of
the weak stomach,
_.^ .      built me up in health,
'and made me'feel like a new person. I
also found it splendid to take following
' motherhood to give me strength. I always recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines
to those whom I find ailing for I know
them to be just as advertised."���-Mrs.
VV. H. Skyring, 52 Nottingham St. 7-7.
Write Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel in
Buffalo, N. Y., for free advice. .*
W.   N.   U.   1715
Has; Already Netted Million
British Convict Ship On Exhibition In
U.S. Still Draws Crowds
; More than ��1,000,000 has been made
from the old British convict ship Success, which was on .exhibition in New
York in 192J. and 1923, and since then
has been on the American waterfront
and rivers. Captain David Smith,
owner of the vessel, said when hc-aail-
cd for England in the White Star liner Cederic, that his ..-property would
probably keep drawing crowds until
it rotted away. During thc years it
has been in the United States more
than 20,000,000 people have paid to
sec it and the torture instruments it
still carries. The decks where, for
forty-seven years following its
launch in 1790, convicts were punished, still carry the instruments now
considered too terrible to use. The
Success is in Toledo how.
Zam-Buk soon al'ays the
inf animation and swell-
i.ilf, 'nilsthc t nfflinepoiii.ai-.d
aoothes th ��� inaddenine irritation. Where tlcin is broken,
iestere o: ulcerated Zam-Bulc
il doublx valuable because of
its If rea t healing and
antiseptic power.
Have Overcome Handicap
SI. Uiinstiin's Annual licport Shows
Amazing Results Attained
Uy Blinded Soldiers
Of all the various schemes that
were set on foot following thc close
of the war to aid thc wounded soldier, none perhaps attracted* so much
attention and sympathetic interest as
that wliich is designed Lo help thc
blind soldier to overcome his great
handicap. The reason for this interest
lies in tlio fact that men and women
are wont to consider blindness tlie
greatest tragedy that can overtake
any person in the prime of life. It is
remarkable, therefore, to read of the
work that has been clone with blinded
soldiers at St. Dunstan's,' London. The
twelfth annual report of this institution has just been issued. St. Dunstan's was founded by thc late Sir
Arthur Pearson, himself blind, to aid
the soldier who has been deprived of
his eyesight and is obliged to.seek
another vocation in acquiring another
trade if his great affliction had deprived him of the skill or power to
take up again his former occupation.
Since its foundation 2,265 officers and
men have come under the care of the
organization. The pages of the report,
whicli is entitled, "While Memory
Lives," provides moving and stimulating reading concerning the manner in
which these cx-servicc men have risen
above the affliction, It seems almost
incredible that men should have
fought and overcome tlieir tragic handicap in such amazing fashion.���Toronto Globe.  .  ���-���
Recipes For This Week
(By Betty Barclay)
JUNKET PLUM PUDDING
1 pkg. vanilla junket.
1 pint milk.
, Speck each of nutmeg, cloves and
cinnamon.
Vs cup grape-nuts.
V\ cup raisins.. y
Va, cup chopped dates. - *-���>* !'
��� Put grape-nuts, raisins and dates in
the bottom of ..the dessert glasses.
Warm the milk to lukewarm ��� not
hot. Remove, from the stove, add
spices and junket powder and stir for
one minute to disolve.. Pour at once
over the fruit and grape-nuts in Lho
glasses. Let stand in a .warm room
until firm���about 20 minutes, then
put in a cool.place until serving time.
Specialize On Quality
Switzerland Finds Ready Market For
Cleverly Constructed Devices
Switzerland hasn't coal, copper or
oil, and -its iron deposits are not
available. It has to go away from
home for wool, cotton and foodstuffs,
but it converts the raw material it
buys into so many clever and ingeniously constructed deviccs^that it never has any trouble to find ready markets. . Swiss watches, . embroideries,
silk, carvings; music boxes, and milk
chocolates are known Lhc world over.
��� The Swiss have harnessed the rivers that tumble fronr their" mountains
ancl have cheaper electricity and make
more uso of it than can be boasted of
their neighbors. Through all the troublous times resulting from the Great
War, they kept their currency at par
and sometimes at premium. Their
standard of living is above the average and as good as any, and their
school system is world renowned.
All of whijJh seems to demonstrate
that good sense and a.peaceful disposition are worth more than wide
territory and natural resources to a
people.-
With One
Treatment
RUBBED on .
(throat and
chest, Vicks
does two things at once:
(1) It is vaporized by the
" body heat and inhaled direct to^
the inflamed ai�� passages, and .
(2) It - stimulates  the  skin'
like an old-fashioned poultice,
and "draws out" the soreness.
J^/VAPORUB
Oyer t?MiuiON Jars Used Yearua
Britisher Won Out
Every careful and observant mother knows when her child suffers from
worms. Shc also knows that if some
remedy be not speedily applied much ,
harm will' result to the infant. An.ex-
cellent preparation for this purpose
is Miller's ��� Worm Powders. They
drive worms from the system and set
up stimulating and soothing effects,
so that the child's progress thereafter
is painless and satisfying.   ���
Timo To. Advocate Peace
: After every great war there is a
period of almost complete ��� safety,
when the nations are too crippled and
too weary to fight'again. During tliat
period���and wc are. living in such a
period now���every rational .experiment in building up a new machinery
of peace ought .to be tried. If the experiments fail and new generations
arise not averse from war, then it'
will clearly bc necessary for the nation to defend itself on Uie old term!
and in the old way.
Had Rac"o With American For Complete Collection Of Famous
. Prints
As a result of thc ncck-and-neck
race between an American ancl ��� 'an
Englishman, neither of whose namc3-
has so far been disclosed, a complete
collection of famous prints, illustrating the street cries of London, is now.
on exhibition at the Ackerman Galleries here for thc first time in over a"
century. .7-   .
The Englishman wen by a few
hours and the collection, valued at
��25,000-(about $125,000)', will- remain-
in that country. Even the British-Museum contains only thirteen-of these
rare prints.
Powerful Medicine. ��� The healing
properties in six essential oils are concentrated' iri ' every bottle' of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, forming one of
the most beneficial liniments ever offered to the use of man. Many can
certify tliat they owe their health to
It. Its wonderful power is not expressed .by tiie small price at which it
sells.
Finds Cause Of Disease
Discovery of the bacteria which is
believed to cause "moon blindness" in
horses, and which results in the death
of many valuable, horses, is announced by Dr. Edward C. Rosenow, of the
Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minn.
No man or woman should hobble
painfully about because of corns when
so certain a relief is at hand.as Hol-
loway's Corn Remover.     ���-*."
A submarine magnet, for lifting
masses of iron arid steel plate from
vvreckage, has been designed in England.
HOLIDAY SALADS
Orangca, Bananas and Marshinallows
Peel and slice oranges; cut.slices into segments. Mix with bananas peeled
and cut into dice and .marshmallows
cut into quarters. Put into serving
dish .and sprinkle with sugar.-*
r
Today Canada's exports of newsprint paper rank second value among
her principal exports, wheat'being in
first place.
. Betty:You only met me an.hour
ago, and now you want to kiss .me!
Paul: Well, I'm sorry I wasted so
much time! '
Excellent For Croiipy Children. ���
When a. child is suffering with croup
it is a good plan'to use- Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil.-It reduces the infiamma-.
tion and loosens ��� the phlegm giving
speedy relief to the little sufferer. It
is equally reliable for/sore throat and
chest, earache, rheumatic pains, cuts,
bruises ancl sprains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is, regarded-by many thousands as an indispensable - of the
family medicine chest.
An Excellent Name
. The founder of Medicine Hat is dead;
and a morning' contemporary expresses the hope that he was not responsible for the name of the place. But is
it not an excellent name for a town?
The newspaper paragraphers of tlie
world' know the name of tnat-town
even if they forget- thc names of all
others "in the west.-It- is' striking, unusual, differerit,:and'we hope Medicine
Hat will always stick to its name������
until its population passes the million
mark.'.
For frostbite use Minard's Liniment.
��� Wise is the.-man who is attentive
to what is going on in his own house,
but blind' to what occurs in the house
of hisfneighbor..
Minard's Liniment for sore throat.
���  She: you never "hear   of -women
cashiers embezzling or   running   off
with thefr. employer's money.
'  He:  Not often, .but when it. docs
_    *
happen they, take the employer,' .too. ���.
.Regular motor car. postal service
in ' Finnish "'Lapland has' been - made
possible by the use of a continuous
tread tractor drive'.in v/intci timo..
lliililitf
���4gg;''':'
Why do so many, many' babies, of
today escape all the littlo fretful
spells and infantile ailments that used
to worry mothers through tho day,
arid keep them up!'lialf tlio night?
If you don't know the answer, you
haven't discovered pure, harmless
Castoria. It is sweet to the taste, ancl
sweet in the littlo ��� stomach. And its
gentle Influence seems felt all through
the tiny system. Not even a distasteful do'sd of castor oil does so much
good.
Fletcher's Castoria is purely vegetable, so you may give it freely, at first
sign of colic; or constipation; or
diarrhea. Or those many times when
you just don't know what ls the matter. * For real sickness, \call the doctor,
always. At otlier times, a few drops
of Fletcher's Castoria.  ��� '
The doctor often tells you to do
just that; and always.says Fletcher'3.
Other preparations may be just as
pure, just as free from dangerous
drugs, but why experiment? Besides,
the book on care and feeding of babies that come3 with. Fletcher's Castoria is worth its weight hi gold!
Children Cry for
Oranges and Cocoanut
Peel and slice oranges; cut-slices
into segments.^Put into serving dish
and sprinkle with sugar, and .grated
cocoanut.
Pigeons Were Wise
Wary
But
Birds   Feast   On   Grain
Spurn Trap ���    ,���
The first clay of London's municipal offensive against the pigeons inhabiting the neighborhood of St,
Paul's Cathedral ended in an unqualified victory for the pigeons.
Some timo it was decided to thin
oui these birds and a contract was
awarded Lo William Dalton,' famous
rat catcher. For thr.ee weeks Dalton
and his assistants havc been -feeding
thc pigeons in order to become familiar witli them. Recently-they-appeared
with a large cage of wire netting and
a plentiful supply of grain. The pigeons ate up all tlie grain, scattered
about St.' Paul's portico, but not a
single bird entered the cage. Dalton,
finally deciding tliat tlie cockuey pigeons are wise birds, retired to think
up .-a new strategy.
One school child out of every five
in the United States is underweight,
If a woman is jealous of her husband it usually keeps her so busy that
she hasn't much "time for anything
else. ...
The early bird catches the worni���
if tlie early fisherman doesn't'. beat
him to-it".   -. .   .-
'.Glasgow is soon-.to have its first"
ice rink in 10 years.   - .'   :
The King of Pain���Minard's Liniment
' Thc whole world knows Aspirin as an effective antidote for
pain. Biit it's^ust'as' important to know 'that there.is only one
genuine Aspirin. The name .Bayer is on every tablet/dnd on the
box. If the name Bayer appears, it's genuine; and if it doesn't,
it is not! Headaches are dispelled by Aspirin. So are colds, and
the pain that goes with them; even neuralgia, neuritis, and rheunia-^
tism "promptly relieved. Get Aspirin���at any" drugstore���with
proven directions. ~
Physicians prescribe Aspirin;
it does NOT affect the heart
Aspirin Is the trade mark (registered in Canmlaflcilcating Bsj-er Maii'-af actors. White It
is well known tbat Aspirin mcaus Bayer mamifacturc; to assure the public ars.iast lrai:.v
tivu, 'C* tablets will Le itamjwa with JUtlr "Unfit Oro:s" UaOsinsrk.   - -    .
J
^i- IEEE   GBEENWOOB   LEDGE
What many people call, indigestion i tasteless alkali in water will neutral-
very often means excess acid in thc I ize instantly many times as much
stomach. Tlie stomach nerves have I acid, and the symptoms disappear at
been over-stimulated, and food sours, once. You will never use" crude meth-
The corrective is an alkali, which neu- lods when once you learn the efficiency
tralizes acids instantly. And the best jof this. Go get a small bottle to try.
alkali known to medical science is' Be sure lo got the genuine Phillips'
Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. It has re- Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physi-
maincd the standard with physicians
WHEAT FUTURE OF CANADA
in the 50 j'cars since its invention.
-One   spoonful   of   this   harmless,
cians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. Each bottle contains full
directions���any drugstore..    .
Empire Stands
.,   .   For Peace
[,' Viscount   Cecil   Praises ' Stand
Taken In Connection With
League Of Nations
-Viscount Cecil, .formerly chancellor
of tlie Duchy of Lancaster, and a
member'of Lhe Baldwin-cabinet, who
resigned the chancellorship following
'lhe recent trr-parlile naval .conference at Geneva, has given out the fol-
I lowing New Year's message:    '"
"Canada will-doubtless embark up-
I'pn the year 192S with a greatly in-
jlcreased interest in the activities of the
HlJeague of Nations. As a member of
rdie council of the league, she has undertaken a great and honorable position. She sits as one of tlie M countries specially charged to advance'the
[peace of the world. Her representatives on the council and at the assembly of the league, however admir-
iable, can only be the mouthpieces of
Lhe opinion of her people. Qn them
Could Learn From Canada
Of
British   Newspaper. Man   Writes
Class Distinction In England
Mr. Carey Lord, one" of the British
newspapermen's party, who toured
Canada last summer, .has recorded
his impressions in -a series of articles
in the Advertiser and Times, of Clith-
cro'e, Lancashire. Ih -one article he
says:
. "There are few,or no class distinctions in Canada. At St. John I hearG
one call another 'Tom' iu a most
familiar way, and Tom who laughingly answered was a member of Parliament, and thc man who addressed
him a menial in the hotel below Lhe
rank of waiter. At another city a gentleman on my right at dinner told me
he could not live in"-England again because; it still maintained its class distinctions. The gentleman on my left
had only just told mc my neighbor
on the right was reputed to be worth
twenty million dollars. Halve the 'reputed' figure and he was yet a millionaire twice over in sterling and he
Dominion Likely.To Retain First
. 't Position For Indefinite
Period
With the United'States, to all appearance, definitely eliminated from
the field of competitive wheat exporting-, the dominant position the
Dominion has attained is likely to
remain unchallenged for an indefinite period. In days before thc war
Russia divided production supremacy
with the United States, but agriculture under Soviet control is still far
from'the position it then held and has
cut little figure in the European grain
market. Tho wheat situation as it
then existed was recently and strikingly presented in comparative figures prepared by Sir Henry Row, ot
Lohdon, an eminent Briliub authority.
Before the war, he stated, wheat came
mainly from seven sources: 21 pcr
ccnt. from Russia, 13 per cent, .from
Argentina,. 11 per cent, from Canada,
8 per cent, from thc United States, ?
per cent, from each of India and Rumania, and G per cent, from Australia. Last year's figures were: Canada,
52-per ceiit.; Argentina, 10 per cent;
United States, 14. per cent.; Australia.
10 per cent.; Hungary, Jugoslavia, India, Algeria ancl Rumania each contributing minor _ amounts. With ��� thc
elimination of Russia? dominance rests
with Canada, and the wheat trade is
concentrated iri fewer countries. ���'
These percentages have been accepted as accurate by the Dominion
Government and are being circulated
with its imprimatur. Canada 'has
proved in the best of all tesl3, (hat. of
practical experience, that she possesses the best land in the world for thc
highest grade of hard wheat, and the
success of her farmers in.wheat growing has been a powerful magnet attracting farmers from other countries.
-y.
Another startling innovation by Canada's greatest bargain house. Wc will give
away free of charge 50,000 pairs of ladies'
pure silk hosiery to our mail order customer::. This unique offer is open to all between
now and April 1st.' With every order sent
us amounting to $5.00 we enclose you, free,*
a pair of high grade silk hose worth $1.25,
(any size or color). If your order amounls
fo s;iy $15.00, wc scud you three pairs free,
and so on. We are not issuing a _\Jicl:Winlcr
catalogue, and arc giving our friends the
��� benefit of-this great saving. We urge you to
compare the low prices listed in our Manufacturer's Outlet Sale Catalogue, with the
higher prices offered ychi, as January buying
inducements by 'other mail order houses.
Check over our last, bargain'catalogue at
once, and mail in your orders early. Thc
Savings are tremendous, and remember you get
silk" hosiery now absolutely free with every order over ��5.00. We will be pleased to mail you
our latest catalogue free on request. Simply
write your name and address on the margin of
this Ad.   "
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^
m
���csts the ultimate resopnsibility; and ��� had only to return Lo England and
K trust, therefore, I shall be pardoned
yf. I venture to remind them of what
give an odd-hundred thousand to a
hospital and hc   could   command   a
FIND LASH A MOST
'   EFFECTIVE WEAPON
rhe League of Nations really .stands peerage���a passport to   the   highest
I for, and the problems with which Jt society. This is an object lesson to
IIs
faced. ' - Britain, where traditions die hard. If
J "Briefly, the   League   stands   for j the. imaginary   somebodies   in ^ our
Vorld peace, social improvement and! country could forget their Imaginary
ijstice. Those are tremendous ideals j c\ass superiority thcy would do more
tad can only be achieved by placing J to check tho present-day tendency to-, of Llie Alberta-Hotel Association and
director of clhe Alberta Motor, Association. :-
The worlc will bo undertaken by
the-Trackways Company Limited, the
incorporation paper;, of which are under preparation. While the company
will be incorporated for 81,000,000, it
lihem above" the sphere* of party poll
Pics, and going 'all out' for them. That
a point to bc borne in mind by all
cague of Nations   societies.   Their
,,'ims must bc entirely non-political, as
,i that of the British League of Nations union.
|> "It is  a great encouragement to
fnow that there is an active League
|!f Nations society in Canada which
helping to build up a public opinion
tjiat not only believes in thc league
jleals, but is actually willing to give
���(-lead in one of thc surest ways to
feace���arbitration. M. Raoul Dandur-
fnd, Lhe Canadian representative at
'ie league assembly in 1C27, reminded
fie- delegates that back in 1925 thc
Canadian government   informed   the
]_.cretariat_o��_the-leaguc-that-Ganada
|-as 'still firmly convince'd that, it was
luscntial to'submit international dis-
iutes to arbitration.'   He stated that
['anada was 'prepared to consider the
jpmpulsory jurisdiction of the perma-
fctit court of international justice In
J'gal disputes���subject to certain in-
fjstig-ations,' and also 'to tho settle-
l.cnt of non-legal disputes,' excluding,
liturally, the   decision   of   internal
l-iestiong.
"That is a wonderful lead to have
L'vcii the Empire,' and it is very.
I'iartening to those who like to believe
fiat thc Empire stands pre-eminently
IT peace.
"I��� another'great war, is allowed to
{-mo, it can only mean the break-up
civilization. Nations' powers of rc-
fvcring-from such devastations-aro
It unlimited; they havc no incxiiaus-
|)le stores "of such powers. But one
[Ing they have got within their reach
ithe means   of   preventing   future
lirs by<he peaceful settlement of
(.pules und Lhe rcduelion of -rinna-
hnts by   international   agreement.
[at is the great   task   which   the
j.guc has to face in 1928, and which
������lie opinion alone can enable it to
Iiieve,"
ward Bolshevism tfian all tho anti-
Bolshi agencies they have already set
up or are ever likely to set up."
Will Keep Its Place
Proposed Concrete Highway
New Highway Between Calgary and
Banff May Be Built This Yoar -
Construction of a 24 foot wide solid
concrete toll highway between Calgary ancl Banff will bo undertaken
early this year if the Alberta Legislature will grant thc necessary charter, according, to an announcement
made by Daniel F .Whitney, president
Of
No
Danger   Of   White   Kacc   Being
Dominated By Otlier Races
Dr. A. Herdlicka, specialist in physical anthropology at National , Museum in Washington, believes thc
white race should continue Lo hold its
own with- all other raco3.
"If some cataclysm of general epidemic should befall it," hc said, "it
would go the way of all races so
afflicted and sink to a secondary position. But unless this should occur, the
,whUe_race,_dcspile-the-howl3-of-those
who predict that the rising tide cf
color will sweep all before it, will
stand well to the fore."
The great advance of evolution in
the future, Dr. Herdlicka asserted,
will-he in mentality.
is proposed to finance lho construction
of the highway by means of bond
issues.
The-mileage of thc read will be approximately 70 and will probably traverse thc area of Lhc south 'side, of-the
Bow River for a large part of the distance. The approximate cost of the
highway wcukl be $2 430.000 on the
basis of ?35.000 per-mile for 70 miles.
The company also'intend 3 to apply
for chartcrs_tQ___build_^simi!ar���high-
Wanted To Sec Active Servico
Princess Mary, Viscountess Lascelles,, was only restrained from "following the example of her brother
the Prince of Wales, and going to thc
fighting line in-France by the fiat refusal of her parents to sanction active
service for their daughter, who commanded a Red Cross detaehement
during' the World War. Thig fact was
disclosed at a dinner in her .honor by
the Institute Francaise du Royaumc
Uni recently. Thc Princess, however,,
visited the battlefields nine days after
the, armistice.
ways from Calgary to Edmonton, Calgary" to Lethbridge, Calgary to JIac
leod, and straight through to "oulls.
Origin Of Gln-is-m-as Lighiri
The custom of placing lights on
Lhc Christmas tree is-generally attributed to Martin Luther, who, on walking home one Christmas eve, was lined with wonder at tlie beauty of tbe
stais, and on trying to describe the
scene to his wife,.he placed lighted
candles in tho branches of the fir
trees, saying, "This is like the Christmas sky,   it is a Christmas tree."'
Men    Committing    Crimes
Violence Have Dread
Of Lash
, Canada is becoming one of the most
unhealthy places in the world for professional criminals, according to the
current issue of the Canadian Police
Bulletin, which analysis lhe effectiveness of punishment methods now iri
vogue throughout the Dominion.
The lash is the best weapon which
Canadian justice has found in its
war on crime.
"All over the country," says the
Bulletin, "criminal court judges are
making it quite clear that crimes of
violence are to be rewarded not only
by long imprisonment, but by thai
which all criminals dread���the lash.
"In Montreal, it is reported, Judge
Pcrrault sentenced two men charged
with robbery with violence to tcrms
in the penitentiary and to receive
twelve lashes each.
"The biggest of the two broke down
and sobbed . convulsively when he
heard that he was to be whipped," the
article states. "But he had no compunction whatever about the injuries
he inflicted upon the man he robbed
and showed great cunning in luring
him to a place where he could bc maltreated." '.
Summing up Lhe situation, the
Bulletin says:
"There is a unanimity of action
about this which suggests that thc
men who are sworn to administer
the -laiv-'impartiallyybelicvc^that'tlic
hardened criminal should not be coddled.
���"And it is not necessarily Lhe man
whe has becn convicted of several offenses who is a hardened criminal. It!
is obvious that there is a growing
class of men, most of ������ them young,
somc of them mere youths, who arc
determined thai! thcy .will take what
they want-by force. To them murder is a secondary consideration, the
Novel Fhe Alarms
Loud Speakers Havo Been Installed
In Streets Of Edinburgh
Novel loud speaker lire alarms have
been installed in the streets of Edinburgh. ^
Any one wishing to report a fire
breaks the glass and immediately the
door opens disclosing two apertures.
Above-one is painted the words "Wait,
Fireman will speak" and above the
other, "Reply Here." The breaking of
thc glass also rings an alarm bell in
a fire station duty room.
. Although " the fireman replies
through an ordinary telephone transmitter his voice can" be heard 12 feet
from thc alarm box. When'tho fireman answers the persons reporting
the fire'gives the exact location.
Little Helps For.This Week
Police and ambulance calls also arc
o
sendable through the fire-boxes. One
advantage of the new system, it' is
said, is that it reduces temptation to
send in false'alarms.
"fie that is faithful in that which .
is least is faithful also- in much.'-' ���.
Luke xvi. 10. ������ '   ��� ''l'
Think naught a trifle, though it ��� small- ���
, appear;      ' -       '-���'��� '���   ���.���>������'���
Small sands the mountains, moments ���
make the year. -     ��� ���   '*���
And trifles life. .���Young.
Every human being whom we ap- ,!
proach should be tho better for us..- ..
���William Ellery' Channing.
Eacli of us is bound to make tho
small circle in whicli he lives better.   *
and happier; each of us is bound to -\
see that out of that small circle the. ���'
widest good may flow. ������,,-'.   .- -'
1 ���Arthur Penrhyn Stanley.-
Costly Binding For Books
On
ex-
London Firm Expending $25,000
Fifteen Volumes
A London bookbinding firni is
pending $25,000 in the design and construction of covers for 15 volumes of
"The Lives and'Times of the Popes,"
to the order of Thomas-Madigan, ol
New York.
Rubies, sapphires, ivory, silk, scarlet leather, morocco and heavy gilding all go into the ornamentation ot
each volume.
���A-ycar-s-steady-laboi-has-produced
only four volumes, of which only one
lias heen forwarded to New York. Tlie
volumes, include-30 of the
Papal bulls.
original
- Miimrd's Liniment for rheumatism.
King Tut Again
Of
C'anouoic  Jar   Found   In   Tomb
Ancient Monarch
Howard Carter, noted Egyptologist,
Nothing hut r.ucic peanuts may bc
sold in Central Park by order of 'Park
Commissioner Merrick, who is trying
to keep tlie#walks,there clean. The
reason" "Shucks," explained the
Commissioner.
Ancient   Egyptian    surgeons - got
along very well without anesthetics.
Having hit a patient on tho head in
I just tlie proper place, they would pro-
I'Do you know anything about driv
a car?"
I'Yes,, I have often listened to mylceed to operate while he was uncon-.
tc drive.'.' scious from the blow.
Cuticura Preparations
for All the Family
For generations Cuticura Soap and Ointment have afforded the purest, sweetest and
most satisfactory method of promoting and
maintaining a healthy condition of skin
and scalp. Tender-faced men find the
freely-lathering Cuticura Shaving Stick a
necessity. Cuticura Talcum is an ideal
powder, coding and refreshing.
S��n_pl�� Each Frit by Mill. Addreis Canadian Perot:
"BUnhOBM, Ltd., Montieal." l'r_ce,_-Soap 25c Ointment
23 and oOc. Talcum 25c. ._
Cuticura Sharing Stick 25c
Royalty Among "Winners
The King ancl tlie Prince of Wales
were prominent among successful c:-:-
hibitors at tiie recent Smithflcld Club
Fat Stock Show in London. The King
had three firsts, throe other prizes for
cattlo, third 'for a pig and won thc
sheep championship. Tho Prince had
three first, two thirds and a silver cup
���for cattle.
Plan Trip To Egypt
The evening ' Standard says that
Princess Mary and Viscoui*. Lascelles
are planning a private trip to Egypt
in-the spring/The trip will''last about
a month. Princess Mary.-who is said
to be enthusiastic about thc prospective "visit, has never been so far cast
before.
Galileo dropped a- half pound weight
and a 100 pound canon hall from tlie
Leaning Tower, of Pisa, and demon-
started to an incredulous yorld tliat
the two would fall at the same speed
honor of a woman nothing, thc attain
ment of the wishes and desires, by who recently resumed erplorations oi
any means, everything!'
"To that state-of mind'there can
only bs one answer for the protection
of the great majority, of law abiding
citizenhood in the state. That it is being given, promptly, effectively and
with a due regard for a fair show for
those whose conduct makes it necessary, must bc a source of gratification
to those who do not vvanL to see this
country Chicagoized."
By Always Keeping- Baby's Own-' ���'
Tablets In the Homc. ���     . , ���
A simple and safe remedy for tho-
common ills of babyhood and "childhood should be kept in every home -
where there is either a baby or. a
young child.   Often it is necessary to -
give the little one something to break
up a cold, allay fever, correct sour -
stomach  and  banish  the irritability-;
that accompanies the cutting of teeth. ���
Experienced mothers always' keep '
Baby's Own Tablets in the-home as a-
safeguard against the   troubles   that-
seize their little ones so suddenly and "���
the young mother can feel reason-
abl.-y7safe_yvith_a_box-Of-thes'e^Tablet3-
at hand and ready for emergencies.
Baby's Own Tablets aro'n.mild"but '
thorough laxative' that' act   without -
griping  and    they    are'   absolutely
guaranteed free from opiates' or'other'
harmful drdgs. They are sold by medi-:-
cine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a'
box from Tlie Dr. Williams" Medicine
Co., Brockville, Ont
Tut-Ankh-Amen's tomb, has unearth
ed a canopoic jar in a wonderful state
of preservation, said to contain the
viscera of the ancient king.
Thc jar is of beautifully carved
alabaster. It was discovered in an
ante-chamber of the tomb with a
number of other vases containing various objects. The tomb will be reopened to visitors this month.
Revenue'  Collector���"What's.., Lhto -
$-100 item?"  . -   -
Citizen���"That's the money I saved-
to pay my taxes with."
Revenue ' Collector���"Well,    you'll .
have to pay taxes on tliat, too.""'
"Would you care  to follow your,
former trade?"  asked the governoridrugg.i3t's,
of the new arrival at Uie prison. [
"I certainly would, sir."
"What was it?"
"A sailor, sir."
The cheapness of   Mother   Graves'
Worm Exterminator puts   it   within
: reach of all, and it can bc got at any
Nearly every big man imagines
that he is a born lighter until some
insignificant little chap comes along
and bluffs -him. '
She: V7o must avoid all possible
chance of any misunderstanding,
John.
He: Good; then we won't open a
joint checking account.
When a girl becomes engaged her
mother always says that it is hard to
give her up���hut she may think otherwise.
Ski-ers.
After ' strenuous', hill climbing and jumping, a rub down
with MinaM's prevents stiffness.
A Worthless Souvenir
Sir Robert Home tells a good slory
of an author who was attending the
first performance of his new play. It
was not a success. In fact, to put it
plainly, it was a dismal failure���and
it deserved to be.
At the end of'the last act'a lady
seated immediately behind the unhappy playwright tapped him on tho
shoulder and, placing something in
his hand, remarked:
"I recognized you when you came in
and cut off a lock of your hair. You
may have it hack!"
W.   N.   U,   1715
New money in -use in Palestine
bears inscriptions in English, Arabic
and Hebrew. There are no gold coins;
the pound ls a paper note, with only
silver and copper coins.
Nearly 25,000 London school children began to wear spectacles in thc
past year.
Mrs. Wilson's Experience a   '
Guide to Women Passing
through the Change cf Life  .
_..���.. .    .    .- _ . , t
Hamilton, Ontario. ���"I have taken
several bottles of Lydia E.Pinkharn's
Vegetable Com-" ���
pound and'I can- ���
not speak too
highly of-it as"I"; *
wasat the Change '
of Life and waa
all run-down and' ���
had ��� no appetite.-
I was very weak
and sick, and the
pains in mv bade
wero so bad I
couldhardlymove. -���
I got very sad at -;
times and thought 1 had not a friend
on earth.   I did not care.if I lived or
died.   I.was very nervous, too, and   "
did not go out very much. . A friend
advised me to try a bottle of .Lydia E. ';
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, so
I did.   I am a farmer's wife, and always worked hard until lately, and
was in bed for two months. 1 began
to feel like a new woman .after tho .
first bottle and I recommend it with
great success, also Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills.   1 am willing to
answer letters." from women askinjf
about your medicines, as .1 cannot -
speak-too" highly-of them."���Mrs."
Emma Wilson, .471 Wilson Street^
Hamilton, Ontario: '     "'x,_ , ' -/""-
Sold by druggists e^arywhere.    ��, s
THE   GKEENWOOD   LEDGE
The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
G. W. A. SMITH
.    Editor and Proprietor
c. subscription: In Canada and to Gt.
Britain, $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50
when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To the United
States $2.50, always in advance.
Gardens. They are beautiful, so many
kind of .plants and flowers. The
Indian bagpipe^ band was playing.
That was the first pipes I had ever
heard.   It was interesting.
I am getting my introduction to
Indian fruits and I like all I have
tasted so far. The custard apple and
green bananas are-very good. I have
had guavas ancl fresh figs cooked.
They are fine." s
(Bro. James is editor of the Oriental
Watchman in Poona.)       *   -.
Other impressions will follow.
ADVERTISING    BATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices...$25.00
Coal and Oil Notices.    7.00
,Estray Notices     ���o
Cards of Thanks  :������������������ ,�����
Certificate of Improvement 12.50
(When more than one claim appears
in notice, $$.00 for each additional
claim.
All other legal advertising 16 cents
a line first insertion, and 12 cents a
line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.
Business locals 12%c a line each insertion.
SEE ENGLISH DERBY
IN  SPORTING  LOVER
My eight:year-old son came down to
breakfast and his hands and face just
had a "lick and a promise," as grandma used to say. So I said: "Come up
to the bathroom, Ralph, and I'll give
you a real good wash."
When he got to school, Miss Shine,
his teacher, said, "Why, Ralph, you
certainly look wonderful and clean this
morning. Who washed you?"- Ralph
said, "My father washed me this morning and, say, if ever you want a clean
bath- and want to be good and clean,
you just get my father. You will be
clean all right when he gets thru with
you."  ''' '
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rule admits of no exceptions.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due and
that the editor would be
pleased to have more money.
One of the most dramatic inci
dents in "The Sporting Lover," Conway
Tearle's new First National picture,
shows the famous English Derby. The
episode is actually a picturation of the
celebrated racing fete and was made in
England. The King and Queen and
their court were on hand for the occasion and permitted themselves to be
photographed for the movie.
"The Sporting Lover" comes to the
Greenwood Theatre on' Saturday?
Jan, 14th.
Don't waste precious time looking for
an Opportunity; make one.���Benjen.
A soldier went to his colonel and
asked for leave to go home to help his
wife with her spring cleaning.
"I don't like to refuse you," said the
colonel,, "but I've just received a letter
from your wife saying that you are
of no use around the house."
The soldier saluted and turned to go.
At the door he stopped, turned and remarked: . '.' X' x
"Colonel, there are two persons in
this regiment who- handle the truth
loosely,, and I'm one of them. I'm
not married."   "
The United Church of Canada
REV. ANDREW WALKER,.B.A.
Minister in Charge, Greenwood.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15th
Greenwood, 7:30 p.m.
Catholic Church, Greenwood
REV. FATHER A. L. McINTYRE
-   MASS will be celebrated on
Saturday, Jan. 14th at 7:30 o'clock
Sunday, Jan. 15lh at 11 o'clock
Impressions of India
Miss Kate Scott, daughter of'Mrs.
Viola Scott, of Midway, is a Church
School  Worker   of   the   Seven  Day
��� Adventist in India. Miss Scott arrived
in that country on October 2nd, 1927,
and the following are extracts from a
letter received by her mother, written
on the day of arrival:
"The rains are not entirely over here
yet. It has rained some since I came.
The hills are very green and pretty.
Poona is about 120 miles from Bombay
and has an elevation of about 2300 ft-
It is a very rocky district, practically
no soil on top of the rocks, and they
say within a few weeks after the rains
stop everything is barren and brown,
but is very pretty now. : Being so rocky
a district, it is a rendezvous for the
cobra. People don't stir out much at
"night because of it for then is when it
' comes out to hunt food. When they
(people) do go'out they always carry
a lantern and a heavy cane.' I suppose I shall have to get one.
You can hear jackals. howling most
any time of the night. They sound
much like our coyotes, and I guess are
similar to them. I. never saw and
heard so many. insects. I.have, slept
two nights . under a mqspuito , net.
Haven't bought myself one yet, but
I will soon. .Sleeping, under one is
kind of like going to bed in a big cage.
" And I never saw so many people in
my life. I began to get an idea of
what the East is at Port Said���and
really it is amazing. Bro. James did a
little buying in Bombay and took-me
around to see sOme of the shops and
markets. ��� They do have some beautiful
things in the way of silks and dishes.
You can find most anything you want
to buy and they are quite insistent
that you buy. '"��� All the time there are
a dozen or more little fellows following
you about with a basket wanting to
carry.--what you buy. All along the
street-are beggars and just like Bro.
James says "they are just like flies," if
���you"drive"them"away=they=swarnr:baeb
again in- an instant. Every one of them
seems to try to talk louder than the
other fellow. For the most1 part they
are not all clean looking, many look
positively filthy, but not all. They,
mostly have intelligent faces.
I have come to know what one or
two of the.types of dress mean. The
Parsee women have a beautiful costume and they are a refined cultured
. class���many of them. beautiful. They
- are the descendants of the Persians
that'��Alexander ; the 'Great"*"" drove"
from Greece and have never mixed
' with the native ��� Indians. They are
followers of Zoroaster, or sun worshippers.
I have seen rice growing.' It is just
now beginning to head in most parts.
There is a white bird the Indians
revere as sacred because it hunts insects that would destroy the rice. This
bird is very friendly with the water-
buffalo because it catches the insects
off its back. The water-buffalo is an
ugly black animal. Its horns are long
and flat and seem to go in most any
direction. Sometimes they are curled
and-sometimes they are straight. I
saw one old cow whose horns curled
and crossed each other under her jaw.
They are a big animal. Their milk
doesn't have any special flavor, it is
what everyone uses here, that and
.goats milk. The cows hardly pay for
milking them.
Of course you know the cow: is a
sacred animal here and-takes pre-
'^cidence on the city street or anywhere;
No one (native) would think of striking
her to make her get out of the way,
and it would preeipate a .riot if a white
man injured her. One of them walked
down the street in front of us in
Bombay. But the bulls are used for
dray animals and are; given no consideration at all. Poor things. They
are all ugly,, great ungainly things,
"   with immense horns, ugly ears and a
'' big bump on their shoulders. We
think our cows at home not graceful���
but they.are creatures of grace and
beauty by the side of these:
We went over to a Mrs. Shepherd's
last nights and heard a large ortho-
phonic VIctrola. The James are having a similar one sent out. They have
one of the old ones like Mrs. Mills,
but are selling it.
We went for a ride yesterday.afternoon. Bro. James has a Chevrolet.
There are good macadam roads here
��� and the ride was interesting. We saw
the grass cutters coming along (mostly women) with big bungles of grass on
their heads. They carry everything
that way. When we came back we
went down what is. called the Bund
They were entertaining a visitor at
dinner, and, when the desert was being
eaten, little Johnnie said:
"Won't you have another piece of
apple tart, Mr. Hobbs?"
The visitor laughed. "Well, Johnnie," he said, "since you are so polite,
I bilieve I will ^ave some more."
"Good!" said Johnnie. -"Now, mother, remember your promise. You
said if it was necessary to cut into the
second tart I could have another piece."
A hotel manager, going along a corridor, saw a kneeling bootblack cleaning a pair of shoes outside a bedroom
door.
"Haven't I told, you never to clean
shoes in the corridor, but to take them
downstairs?"
"Yes, sir, but the man in this room
is a Scotchman and he is hanging onto
the shoe-laces." .    "
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Greenwood Ledge
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box L1108, Nelson, B. C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
$1.00 each. Gold-Silver $1.50. Silver-
Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc $3.00.
These charges made only when cash is
sent with sample. Charges for other
metals, etc., on application.
When thinking about buying a new car wait
untii you have seen the new Chevrolet-
This new Chevrolet will be stlil bigger, better
and more beautiful than the previous
model;
And the price will be much lower.
Bigger balloon tires, 4 wheel brakes, and
just think about it, f 07 inch wheel base.
Watch the announcement about the Chevrolet in this paper next week.
A. E. McDOUGALL
Contractor and Builder
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Mrs. Shimmerpate, just back froni
Europe, said to Mrs. Beanbrough:
"]_ just couldn't bear looking at the
ruins in Italy. They made me homesick for my husband."
"Homesick for your husband?"
"Uh huh. You know, Henry has
fallen arches."
The .magistrate bent stern brows on
thc defendant! ���������
"You are charged with exceeding the
speed limit last night,'.' he exclaimed.
"Are you guilty or not guilty?"
Well, you can decide for yourself,
Judge," replied the prisoner. "I was
m that car you passed just before they
pinched me."
"Who broke that window pane in
your  house?"
"Mother did, but it was father's
fault.   He-ran in front of it."   ��'. '
SILVER BLACK FOXES
FOR SALE
Twelve   pairs,   this   year's   pups.
Registered in the Canadian Live" Stock
records.   Well furred.   Prince Edward
Island strain.   Prices reasonable.'
; V Apply to
Pine Crescent Silver Black Fox Ranch,
Chas. Graser, Midway, B.C.
ORDER NOW���BABY CHICKS,
hatching eggs' and pullets for next
year, S.C.W. Leghorns and R.C.W.
Wyandottes. Write for 1928 Price List
just, out. ,J. P. C. Atwood, Grand
Forks, B.C.
Job Printing
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of Canada. Limited
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SMELTERS and REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver, Copper,  Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC"  BRAND
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant unreserved, surveyed Crowns
lands may be pre-empted by British?'!
subjects over 18 years of age, and byj
aliens on declaring intention to be-|
come British subjects, conditional}*
upon residence, occupation, and im.
provement for agricultural purposes.   L
Full information concerning reula-fl
tions regarding pre-emptions is givei|f
in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How||
to Pre-empt Land," copies of whicr|J
can be obtained free of charge by adfl
dressing .the Department of' Landsj|
toria, B. C, or to any Government
Agent.- ��� ?
Records will be granted coverm��j
only land suitable for agricultural pur-i1
poses, and which is not timberland!
i.e., carrying over 8,000 board feet pes]
acre ��� west of the Coast Range any;
5,000 feet per acre east of thatRangef
Applications for pre-emptions are ts:
be addressed to the Land Commissions,
er of the Land Recording Division, i'll
which the land applied for is situatecfil
and are "made on printed forms, copier j
W which can be obtained from th|J
Land Commissioner. &\
Pre-emptions must be occupied fc|l
five years and improvements made t}\
the value of $10 per acre, includirjlJ
clearing and cultivating, at least flvYl
acres,. Before a Crown Grant can bri
received. {I
For more ��� detailed Information ,se��|
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land.j
PURCHASE
Applications are received for pui;
chase of vacant and unreserved Crow,;
Lands, not being timberland, for agi
ricultural purposes; minimum price fca
first-class (arable) land is $5 pq,1
acre. Further information regardirw
purchase or' lease of Crown Lands a
given in Bulletin No. 10, Land- Serie.";
"Purchase and Lease of Crown Lands',
Mill, factory, or industrial sites  c;
timber land, not exceeding 40 acre*,
may be purchased or leased, the coii
ditions including payment of- stump;
age.' '- *
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a Health Giving
DURE AND GOOD BEER such as brewed
* and bottled by us must not be looked
upon i! a luxury, but a a FOOD
PRODUCT.
Thousands of working classes find in BEER
a moderately-priced, healthful stimulant
while engaged in hard physical labor, which
besides its nourishing effect possesses other
slill more invigorating and strength-replacing qualities.
It is owing to its great percentage of extract
together with the very low amount of alcohol
that SILVER SPRING BEER possesses the
qualities necessary to serve these purposes.
For sale at all Government Vendors and in
Beer Parlors.
Give it a trial and convince yourself.
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Sometimes the informality
of the spoken word
...   is more effective
than a letter
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HOMESITE LEASES
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding
acres, may be leased as homesites, coki
ditional upon a dwelling being erectej1
in the first year, title being obtainabj
after~residence~and_imnrovementcoit
ditions are fulfilled, and. land has beeii
surveyed. fl
LEASES
1
For grazing and industrial purpose
areas not exceeding 640 acres may tgfl
leased by one person or a company..:
o GRAZING ]
Under the Grazing Act the Proving
is divided into grazing districts and tiff
range administered under a Grazin
Commissioner.   Annual    grazing pes
mits   are   issued   based  on   number!
ranged,  priority given to establish-oJB
owners.   Stock owners may form assfif
ciations for range management. Frefl
or partly free, permits are availabs
for settlers, campers and travellers, ��'
to ten head.    ; ;*���:* I
Silver Spring ��rewcry tr? Wcbrio.B.C.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
ITIS
The Mineral Province of Western Canada       V
TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926-    ��
Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $78,018,548; Lode Gold, $126,972,318:
Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $106,976,442; Copper, $209,967,068; Zinc, $50,512,557; Coal and
Coke, $284,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making
its  mineral production to the end of 1926 show an ���
Aggregate Value of $988,108470
Production for the year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842
���The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than those of any other Pro- -
vince in the.Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are~obtained by developing such properties, the security of which is guaranteed by
Crown grants. _ .
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis" by addressing:
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
'- ��� ,    �� VICTORIA, British Columbia,     '
N. B.���Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been
done are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister, of Mines. Those considering
mining-investments should refer to such reports. "They are available without charge on application
to the Department of Mines, Victoria, B.C. Reports of the Geological Survey* of Canada,' Winch
Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of Information. ,,      |j. .���'*���������'.* ���'������'
Reports-covering each of the Six Mineral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application. ., yiX-yy

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