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DGE
THE  OLDEST  MIMING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXIV.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 25,  1918.
Make Home Attractive
BY FILLING IT WITH OUR
Substantial Furniture, Artistic
Pictures, Soft Carpets,
and Elegant Crockery
Plenty of Oils, Harware and Tinware In stock
MAIL ORDERS solicited from all points
of the Compass
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
New location���Russell-Law Caulfield Building
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
"STORE OF QUALITY"
SEE   MY   STOCK   OF
New Summer Girthing,
Boots and Shoes9 Etc.
The best Groceries in the country
 AT ;
J. G. McMYNN
MIDWAY      -      -     B.C.
il
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\  MACLEOD   FLOURING   MILLS
CELEBRATED  PRODUCTS
One Quality Only-
THE BEST
WHEAT, BRAN, SHORTS, OATS, ETC.
CHICK   FEED
I have a few bags of PANTRY QUEEN still in Stock
SOLE  AGENT   FOR   GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT
FOR THE SPRING TIME
RAINER'S SPECIAL
A cooling Non-Alcoholic Beverage
VAN LOO
When You Want a Real Good Smoke
Ask for a Van Loo Broker
Fresh shipment of Bars. Marsh
mallows and Gum just In
AT Phone 45
MUIR'S  CIGAR  STORE
He McKEE
GREENWOOD
coal and wood
i
Z Wm    r     ADTIIIIDQ    greenwood city bakery
2 tt HI*  l^��  AninunO,   flour and feed store    ���
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�� T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AND REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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AGENT FOR '
LETHBRIDGE COAL
I Around Home
W.  Blackmore has gone
Windsor Hotel
Greenwood, B.C.
The Windsor Hotel is one of the
oldest and most comfortable hotels in the
red metal metropolis. It is located in the
heart of the city, and convenient to all
business houses, Heated with steam and
electricity, Fine sample rooms. Many
of the bedrooms contain electric heaters,
The bar is replete with modern beverages. Hot coffee, sandwiches, and light
lunches always ready. Touch the wire
if you want rooms reserved.
ASSYAER
E. W. VVIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biioS,, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper
$1 each. Gold-Silver, (single assay)
{1.00. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
$1.50. Silver-Lead $1.50. Silver-Lead-
Zinc $3.00, Charges for oth<*r tnetals etc
on application.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts  in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Christian Science service will be held
in the MELLOR BLOCK on Sunday at n
a. in. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at 8 p. 111., testimonial meetings will be
held 111 the same block. Sunday School
every'S'uuday morning.
MATTHEWS   BROS.
GRAND   FORKS
Agents  for  Chevrolet,  Dodge,  Hudson, j
Chalmers,  Cadillac cars,  and   Republic
truck motors. . Garage iu connection.
Palace
Livery   And
GREENWOOOD, B.C.
GILLIS & ION, Proprietors
Sta^e
Tlie
iV.
Knob Hill Hotel
PHOENIX.
7 One of the largest hotels in
the city. Beautiful location,
line rooms and tasty mealrj.
O. JOHNSON     -     PROP.
X
*P* BBRNS & CO.
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Pish
.and Poultry.     Shops in nearly air the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.
HOTEL PRINCETON
Princeton, B.C., itviv completed on the
. site of the old Great Northern,    Only
brick liotel iu Siiiiilkaineen. A first
. class house,
Swanson & Bropmfield. Props.
llieJoiIiffi|lil| & SffieUing ���(^
.^':;''..;;,.;:\'g;r---^ '���
���/;;���   Offices, Smelting and KefiniiJg:Departtflentg;''iyXXiy.X-'
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Purchaser* of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
TADANAC BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONE, COPPER AND SPELTER
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B, C Cigar, Absolutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varys,     .   ���    .
Have you tried one lately?
WILBERG&WOLTZ
B. C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Shoe Sale
The last shipment of our Shoes has
come in. consisting of
Ladies White Canvas Pumps,
riflbber soles, price: S2.00
Misses White Street Slippers,
rubber soles, price $.1.75.
Childs White Street Slippers,
rubber soles, $1.50
At these  prices they are selling out fast
Don't leave your shoe purchases
too long
G.  A.  RENDELL,
GREENWOOD. B.C.
Good advertising has saved
many a town aad district from
aa early death.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR JOHN A1RD. General Manager T
H. V. F. JONES, Asj't Cen'L Mwuger
THE TELEPHONE AND ITS PART
.-The telephone has its part in the great  ^ame of doint; our
.'.utmost in these times. -That facility is provided for every -move- .
g. ment; businessand otherwise, is due to a  large extent to ex-
cellent telephone service.    The demand, for telephone -service'
in British Columbia today is greater thairVeyer/'and.' .extensions
are being rhade to outside  plants snd: additions, to equipment.
The telephone is  a.utility .that /must be ready when needed.:.
Not only will you find your service available at >aiiy. hour, but a. ���"'-'���.-.':-���
daily is it becoming of more value to you, because you are able:    g
each day to reach a greater number of other  people, than the ..::
day before.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY,   Ltd
SIR EDMUND WALKER.
GV.O.. LL.D., D.CL, President
Gu^Paid ^ . $13,500,060
jEvety effort is ^ade to provide: thfe |fctok-v ���;
Mazda Tungsten Larrips
, 15 to 40 ;^^ ���.
Xxxxx:--xXXX-.:^ii0:aii Lamps���75c each.
400 Watt Lamps-
-$1;25 eachi
60 Watts
100 :.i:Xxx
200 .'���>' X
StlSeach
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STORAGE BA1TER1ES
CHARGED and REP4IRE0
ELECTRIC
VULGAN1ZING
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W;
Geo   ...   _
to Vancouver
A. C. Mesker has returned from
a trip to Florida.
F. M. Elkins, of Vancouver was
ia town last week.
Plant spuds in your backyard,
and help to win the war.
Mrs. Helen Thomas returned
to Spokane last Thursday.
For Sale.���Overland car in
A 1 condition.    W. Swayne.
Nick Polorcia is operating a
shoe hospital in Vancouver.
Jim Grier and Billy McAdams
are prospecting in Vancouver.
Born.���On April 24, to Mr.
and Mrs. P.   W.   George,   a son.
Born.���On April 20, to Mr.
and Mrs. Reginald Vick,   a son.
Boen.���In Eholt, April 24, to
Mr. and  Mrs.   T. H.  Roberts,   a
sou.
Mr. and Mr. C. J. Carlson have
moved from Coltern to the Mother
Lode.
Frank Wilms has left Coltern
and does not know where he will
locate,
W. C. H. Wilson was iu town
last week. He is now located in
Spokane.
For Sale.���Childs crib, Go
Cart, Comode Chair, etc. W.
Swayne,
Any merchant can help his
business by truthful and suggestive advertising.
For the benefit of his health,
M. Jonson will take a trip to the
coast next month.
D. R. McElmon,' Greenwood,
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Spectacles and pipes repaired.
Another lot of prints in and
some of lhe best patterns we have
ever had.    G. A. Rendell.
Charley Flood, who was chief
of police in Phoenix years ago, is
now a resident of Spokane.
Ola Lofstad is running an upraise in the Argo, and expects to
strike the lead in a short time.
The board sidewalk on Kim-
berly avenue has been removed
and cinders put down in its place.
Having closed the Brooklyn
hotel in Phoenix, James Marshall
will take up his residence at the
coast.
John E. Thompson and Miss
Goldie Lindsay, both of Cascade,
were married in Grand Forks last
week. .-
Any person knowing the address of Pte. Ernie Nicholson
should kindly give it to Wm. C.
Arthurs.
We have received a shipment
of Navy aud White serges, Gala-
teas and Youngster cloth. G. A.
Rendell.
Fred Scaia died in the hospital
at Nelson this week. He.was injured in a Slocan mine two
months ago.
Mrs. E. Bidder arrived in the
city on Tuesday, from Vancouver,
and is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs.
H. K. Bidder.
Bob Robinson expects to make
a trip to Idaho this summer, to
stake some mineral that he found
30 years'ago.
A marriage license was issued
to Philip Suzan, of Phoenix, and
Violet J. Davey, of the same
piace, on April 17th.
Captain J. A. Tuzo is reported
dead in German East Africa,
aged 43 years. He was well-
known in the Boundary.
George Traunweiser of Grand
Forks was killed in France on
April 15. He was a member of
the Imperial Flying Corps.
James Dimmick has gone to
Hood River, Oregon, taking his
daughter with him. Jim does
not know when he will return to
B.iiCXxPx::XyXXX.XW^
; E. E.? Chipmin\;;died : in Kasilo
on Monday from heart failure,
aged 72 years. For many years
he was government agent at
Kaslo.
Harold Ferguson,  formerly  a
mail clerk on the Vancouver-Calgary run,  left on Tuesday   for
Halifax.Harold is in the Canadian Naval Reserve.
a-The Ledge has received  a letter-: from  Bart   Inghram  saying
that   eggs   aref $1    a dozen   in
France.  : The hens must be: suffering1from shell shock.i-XX'XxxX.
Last week,, while unloading a
draw-bar from a flat car, A.;Pon-
tesso fell to the ground breaking
a bone in his right forearm.,   Dr.
Wood attended to his injury, and
' he is progressing:favorablyv;^' ';���::;
x  Wprlr has started ongthe build-
ling of the railway from -Prince-;
i tonXtpxCopper Mountain.:>-:Next!
month upwards of 1000 men will
j te working. X W.  P.iTierney &
'.- Sen :h a ve the con tract/ X
Ollie's Letter
O.  M.  Harris,  one of the old-
timers of KaBlo  and  Nelson bas
been 16 months in France,  with a
railway battalion.    In a letter to
The Ledge sent from  Somewhere,
presumably the biggest  town over
there he says thafe he has nothing
to complain of and is glad thafe he
became   a   soldier.    He  has  met
Major John L.   Retallack several
times in France,  and  many other
Kootenay men in  England.    Ollie
visited Scotland on a furlough of
14 days, and says fehat- ife is a great
country.    Ho aleo states that when
he refcarns to B. C.   he will probably bring a bonnie Scotch  lass
wifeb  him.    There are  many old
Kootenay boys in hie brigade and
they are always delighted when a
bundle of Ledges  arrive in camp.
All the Kootenay boys that went
with  Ollie are still in   the ring.
Over in Glasgow  he met a laddie
from  Nelson,  and at   Dundee he
visited  a  sister of  the late John
Patterson who was Captain of  fehe
Steamer Ainsworth in   the   early
days.    Ollie says thafe all fehe boys
miss the glorious province of B.C.,
and   will  be  delighted   when  the
time comes for fehem feo return.
No. 41
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Western Float
a ton in New
moved   from
Pass it Along
When little Teddy bumped his
head, Uncle Harry gathered the
youDgster in his arms and said:
"There, I'll kiss it, and then the
pain will be all gone."
Cheerfully smiling, the youngster exclaimed:
''Now, Unken Hawy, come
down into the kitchen, poor cook
has fehe toothache.
Enough is Plenty
"Going feo dinner, Jones? Come
in and have an appetizer."
"Great Scott, man! I can't
afford to pay for fehe appetite I've
got now."���Life.
A Place for War Gardens
.-'How is the soil on your farm?"
"The   richest   ever.     T   raised
pDions as large as  squashes, and
cucumbers as large as watermelons.
I don't dare plant any pumpkins."
J. H. Willcox is now attached
to the: dental depaftmeht of a
military, hospital- in Victoria,
after a long experience in war
hospitals of England He may
move his family to Victoria in
the near future.
Ward Storer is helping to make
aeroplanes for the U. S. Government, at Redwood, Calitornia.
While employed at this work he
is 'exempt from military duty/
Ward goes into 'Frisco every Sat-.
urday evening, in order to enjoy
for a few hours the delights of a
great city,
James McCreath, Jr., is at Sea-
ford in England, having gone
across with a battalion from Vancouver. He says that writing
paper is very scarce in Blighty.
Jim weighs 170 pounds and does
not complain about anything.
On the Clyde he saw thousands
of girls and women working in
the shipyards. XXX'i
A new order-in-cpuncii which
appeared in the Canada Gazette
states that every male person in
the; Dominion of Canada, between the ages pf 16 and 60, shall
be regularly engaged in some
useful occupation, except he is a
student or physically disabled, or
temporally employed over difference with his employer. Unable
to obtain within reasonable distance any kind of employment
which he is physically able to
perform. This is made an offence
under the new law;     :  ���
Pte. Jack White, veteran, who
is well known in Greenwood, was
one of the three who were chosen
from 100 applicants in Toronto,
to go to the United -States and
speak daily about" the Liberty
Loan. Writing from Cleveland,
O., Jack says that-alpdg with his
two friends who each have lost a
leg,ispoke from the.top of a Tani:
on April IS;,: Fairbanks and other
screen 'favorites,'...alsoX.Ex-President al aft addressed the crowd.
Jack;; says gth^ta he takes great
pride in": showing the people the
{watch that!was presented to him
] t>�� the citizens of Greeriwood, and
* hundreds have admired it.
The tax rate is 50 mills in
Chilliwack.
Spuds are   S24
Westminster.
Rex   Cockle   has
Kaslo to the coast.
In Rossland salmon is 32 cents
a pound, and bacon 55 cents.
In Alberta there are' 900 schools
without teachers, owing to fehe war.
Smelts are 5 cents a pound in
Seattle and 20 cents in Kossland.
The ice will leave tho river at
Dawson,   about the  10th of May.
In Trail last week two tinhorns
were fined S50 each, and deporfced.
J. T. Tipping has sold his candy
store in Slocan City to Miss Greenwood.
Last year in B. C. forest fires
destroyed nearly 8300,000 worth of
timber.
Alex. Sproat's daughter Ivy, is
visiting Mr. and Mre. John T.
Black in Nelson.
Just 22 years ago this week, R.
T. Lowery sold the Kaslo Claim to
David W. King.
Owen Desmond's Jazz band in
Kaslo is learning to play the Star
Spangled Banner.
Pat McGuire has returned to
the Slocan, after spending fehe
winter in California.
One day this month over a ton
of cream was received by fehe
creamery in Armstrong.
Kenneth Campbell has sold his
hotel in Sandon, and entered the
marble business in Nelson.
John Skinner died in the Slocan
this month from pneumonia, and
was buried at New Denver.
Over 300 halibut boats are working out of Prince Rupert, Rupe
is the great fish city of Canada.
H, Perry-Leake has a contract
from the C.P.R., to repair tbe piling of the city wharf afe Nelson.
In Victoria, Stanley .Mitchell
was given six months in jail, for
selling two glasses of Scotch whiskey.
Several . merchants in Nelson
were fined S10 each, for selling
cigarettes to boys under IG years
of age.
Bob Yuill fell in the Kootenay
lake at Lockhart, but swam ashore
without any trouble. It is hard
to drown the old trail-blazers.
Jack Ayl'win,' formerly of New
Denver, is. operating a dental office
in Victoria. He moved to that
city from Portland last September.
There are over 350 milch goats.
in B. C, and the number is rapidly
increasing.; This province is an
ideal country for. the goat industry,.
Fighting. Jpe .Martin is going
back to England, to re-enter politics as a Labor member. .Joe says
he,has made his last appearance
before the bar in Capada. Many
others have done the same in. the
past few months.
. The Enderby and. Armstrong
newspapers have combined, under
the name of. the Okanagan Commoner. It is published at Armstrong, and it is edited by H. M.
Walker, one of.the bright lights in
B. C: journalism.
Joseph Irwin died in Nelson this
month    from    pneumonia.       He.
taught, school in New Denver^ and
other  Kootenay   towns for   more
than 20 years.' X'X
Billy Ward is the new landlord
of the Outlet hotel at Proctor.   For
many  years  he   ran   the   Nelson ���������'���:
House in-Nelson.   "
More advertising would  bring a
vast number of tourists to  B.   <_'.,'.'���
who tip to date know nothing aboufe
the climate  and   scenery   of this
beautiful proviuce.
W. C. Mitchell died in Vancouver this mouth aged 04 years.
He came to that pity 37 years ago,
and was one of the surveyors wht>
laid out the line for the* O. P. R.
in B. O.
Live on boiled fish, baked potatoes and fresh buttermilk until the
war is over. This diet will make
healthy people, aud keep the Food
Controller from getting hoarse from
shouting at you.
The town of Sandon presents a
beautiful illhstration of the practical economy of one  man administration.    The municipality weiife
broke a few  years  ago,  and a receiver was appointed, who was succeeded eome months later by IX A.
McClelland,   who assumed charge
in 1914 with a good  many thousand dollars of indebtedness banging over the town and  public improvements gone to rack and ruin.
In less than   four years.   Mr. McClelland paid off all  indebtedness,
expended    in    improvements   the
amount of indebtedness,   and will
turn  over the affairs  of the city
with every dollar paid offy improvements 'in.'" .excellent    shape   and
money in the bank.
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*-& THE    LEDG-E.    GREENWOOD    JSL  &
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ARE YOU SATISFIED
With your work., with your business?
Is there promotion ahead of you ?
Men of energy, with salesmanship ability
will nnd it to their advantage to write to���
THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO., Toronto 1 ^;
The British Navy ! ARTICLES WANTED FOR CASH
 . I    Old    Jeivellery:     Plate:     Silver:     Curios:
'i'1-"  V.rliUli   11-ii-v  1--c  v-n   ,T>cT>mi   ! Miniatures:     Picwres:     Needlework i    L��co:
..\tX.  i,u��s'1  ���  >   L'lS   "l?t  1CSp0n"''Old       China:       Cut     Glass:       Ornaments:
S:bun;es.     si  patrols   fsreat  areas     of! Watches:   Rings:   Table   Ware.
seat  it  has  to  meet  the  constant dc-! Write  or  send  by  Express,  to
vPioiUitrnt   of   insidious   methods     of | B.   M.   &  T.   JENKINS.   Limited
attack bv submarine and    l,v mines;;,,       .   , n   ���A" *W% Gl"er5es_
- ' I 28   ar.ci   JO   College   Street,       Toror.to.   Ont.
aud P.c
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for yhkh v.c v
freight r..tc ad
for price-. b>:
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and  Sutl'.cr
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a prciuhiin.   Vc-::
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DOMINION   I.tPTAP P
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shipping
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rear dcvP-L i-rc-lu by
before March first.
cuaUac?- villi ir.uinUou
's mixed sctap for February,
also save, by  shipping  before
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XPORTING   CO.,
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cal!    and
Charles
qli;-.nLit3r  of  shipping   that  it ]
���-��� protect  offers  a  plethora    of!
"'unity   to   an   enterprising
truth   is   that   thc   Liritish   navy
e:::eaped  in  an   hourly  contest   oi"
3   against   U'-C    inveutivjnc;?     of
nuaUy.       With     their    batik-ships
mod  in  home  waters,    lhe     Gcr-
u:-  arc put  to thc proof in devis-
��� subordinate, methods of inflicting
?  upon  the  British  fleets  and  thc
inncrec   protected   by   them.      Wc
foe. j Gold and Sliver
Cannon Balls
Millionaire Means
Varied Amounts
not
::on-
dc unrcaso;
How a Woman Prevented the Enemy From Capturing the
Treasure
Once upon a time���it was near the
end  of  the    sixteenth     century���the
able in our ex- j rich  city  of Ahiuadir.ig-ftr,  in  Hindu-
Wwi's Ekospfee&ao. iA Sovereign
'Ji Thi   Or.-i-t    Fn;>:;i'>    Ef:
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P.conon-ic Alliance Would Prove
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Cincinnati man tell.; how to dry
up a corn or callus so it
lifts cf? with fingers.
Tele- I staii, was besieged bv the conqueror
Akbar.
The ruler of tlie. city was a woman
���the Princess Kande. Further defence had become hopeless, and Akbar was already reckoning up the
value of lhc treasure of pold and silver (au enormous, hoard) that was
on tbe point of falling into his
hands.
IU;- thc princess v.:-.r- a resourceful   woman.   HomiIcs   she   was     "mad
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It Depends   Altogether    on    Where
You Are Living
America has always been conceded to be_ the land of the millionaire,
just as it is popularly supposed to
be the land of material opportunity.
As figures talk, the claim has never
been disputed. Nov," the world is
startled by thc most recent financial
returns attesting to American prosperity and showing that the nation
actually had un increase of many
thousands in tlie ranks of Croesus
and Midas during 191C.
Thc whole point in this census of
wealth revolves round th.e question
of what is a millionairer "Wasn't it
Mark Twain, who when entertaining
two or three friends to a simple
restaurant lunch in South America,
was alarmed to find himself bankrupt on receiving the. waiter's bill in
hundreds of thousands of Portuguese
rcis, until a lengthy computation revealed the amount of equivalent only
to a few dollars, A man in England
is not a  millionaire until he has five
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Is England Going Dry !
Brewers'  Profits Have  Been   Doubling With  Rythmic  Regularity
Since  the   War
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,:th     rytii:.;:-:     ret;uiarii\
���ar b?r;"a;..     in   th.e    <hy.-
v.ar there   hajl  been   lea:
the   t-ifcu   el   the      Kec
. ll'U; try  fit  v, ar  seem* i;
drhihi.;'-- Ai!s(iOp's bficl;!ru,.
���:.    la ^lf:M   thc  prohtsi , ,-,;^
V.'l:    they    were j gaa
th-. y  hid   risen     to
VJ17 they reached
::.. of  ��127,165. No ;
man     yemallv      in-:
,ii.- that  the dircc-jTlus
a:g''b!:]:p:.a',:; And '-���'ccXr ' ; :���������/���*
:l::hav:od.i:eeU '-the'���re:-71, :""
:iiharO:i!0'hlers;':>'Arc:
CORNS LIFTED OUT
WITH YOUR FiNGERS!
i"ca. cc-rn-pestcM d :uc:i i-. "-.���'��� ivotuci. :
:������''. ;::her u" lor;;-. r. \Vear ;i,u slioea
.'. nearly killed yu: h-efore, says;
- (.'"hi-.'innf.li aalhori.y. Iiecans': a
v i.:C'".���> cf frcvau'.ie applied directly;
a leader, fieliiiia- ccrn. or callus,;
ess al ov.i'c aad soon the 1
di i'.ed calir.s h'oseuj so it;
illed off,  root  and all,  with-'
lean   throturh."     She  in
iind   ll:;i!   Ahbar  slioald
ii- -elf  cf  the  treasure.
What    she     (hi!  vou     v
de   up     her i times   thc  amount  required
not  possess.an    American     millionaire,
i-
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hfaeh au ldui
u> you
il and s:
ted and cast inlo can
le   1
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< : rn
lia\-o   oeeurrrd
had all the f;-<.
i-f  s!or.ai;e,  me
r.i.i! ball's.
(Jn   eaeli   c;'.-non   ball   she   had   er.-
,i'ra\id  a     malediction     against     llic
{���..���(..���..        co .   j cc>nc[-!eTor, ;;nd then all of them wore
 ��� at anv drta; Vt'orc'.' but v.:il! i 1,;r.,'(l   frc:H, llf'   ^"""''WlT  tliC,0111,'
veia take off everv l:ard or sob i ,-V111''  J1'"?1^.     When  Akbar  cnlered
r- c:.H;-��     Thi-  ���-'"���--irld be  t-icd  ! Ulc (lt-v ,lc; binnd the treasury empty.
i., Xv^yvnXvc ami is'said not to I     To ^��X l!l:it tllc fl0,P' is "�� .nV"lIi'
:,-.   il r-  ��.irrf,i:;iiln-c   ci-p, ^'.c of  the  cannon  btills  was  picked
ould  never , limes   less   than   tiie  1
would     never i many, on lie other
ov  me.       She. | reached   llie   millionaire
ver taken out | an  amount     emiivale nt
one
tier
to  make
and    in! 	
ivith   f.ve i ���	
te^Sffi'ttrfiriKfSSS CARTER'S IRON PILLS
n   Cier-
hand, a man lias
r.'.ak-     v. itli
to       tvcenlv
Winter's Discipline
The
Ii
snudl   bottle   of
drti-
urrotuulir.L;  skin,
year druggist hasn't fir.y freczon
h::n. to get a sua
,";   l:i-   wholesale  ciri:r
stall aad acts like a
!! boi lie for vou i
louse,  it is I
ia.rm every
el real action on a lafid corn
���\ you louch it wilh a drop or tv/o
Putnam's Extractor. Out comes
ccum, all shriveled up, peels rip.!:'.
lhc toe. roots and all. ft sure is
! haupiness lo jaei. mi old vdfe;:der
iOved so (iuiokiy. Putnam's never
?. doesii'i hurl when you're nsint;
ue.vcr  hnrli   aiter-,vards.     N(-lhii;y
Food or Liq or?
England  Should  Stop  Use  of  Grain
in  Distilleries
So lonrr as the conseoucuccs fell
only upriu themselves it was th.e exclusive business of the people of
Great I'.ritain whether tliey used
their j-rrain su[-ply for food oi wasted il ia ina'.-.inr; wh.ishy. Cut when
t-.e people of Canada and thc Unit-
ed_ Sia.ter. arc ordered tn put them-
." fives on rations--and threatened
with being put on a compulsory ration   svstcin���in   order   to   save   En;:-
���_ up not lout; ago hy an old peasant
���wasuloriutr in the jungle about half a
mile from Ahmadnagar. Jt was black
! and looked like an antiquated iron
round-shot, 'bhe old man carried it
home and found, on pcralching it,
that it was of solid gold. It weighed eight pounds, and was worth
nearly $2,01)0.
times   less   than     that     3;eq
make  ;i millionaire  m   Eng
only  five   time -  less   tl
for America.
And  as  to     lhc    co
Portuguese   coinage   i.s   current,
is   overwhelmed  at   thought   oi
stupendous   wealth,  in   rcis,  whi;
street car    conductor  might  pcisscss.
Ifo.  might  prcs'.unablv  s'.uff bills   for
i",Oti(i,lHHi,('0O  rcis   in   his  vest   pochfl.
merely   to   buy  his   wife     a     modest
present  nnd���-well,   ,,here    would    a
Kockefcller or the  Duke,    of    Westminster be?    Can they talk of paltry
billions 1
Severe   Studies   and   Discipline
ireiL     ;oj Comc Easier in Winter
md,    but i     lie  who marvels r.t  the  bcautv of
recyi'.ircd   the  woild iu summer will find  equal
cause  for wonder and  admiration  in
ri;-    wh; re   v.inter.     It is  true  thc    pomp    and
STORMY WEATHER
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of   this   conlineiit   v
is sappiied  lo  i'.v^
food  cr  wasted   in
of^drhm.     h
jusiii'.aulc  if    the
f'anaehi and lhe United Slates stipu-
h'.'.'.d tliat thc destruclie'n c>f grain in
the distilleries of England must stop-
if the people of this continent are to
1. c required lo deny themselves food
in order lo supply grain lo Great
Britain.-- -Edmonton   l'.uilctin.
Tlie stormy, blustery weather
which wc havc daring February and
March is extremely hard on children. Conditions make it necessary
for lhe mother to keep them in thc
house. The-- arc often confined to
overheated, badly ventilated rooms
and cnlch colds which rack their
whole system. To guard against
tliis a box of Baby's Own Tablets
land is usedjshould be kept in thc house and an
the nianufac- j occasional dose given thc baby to
would be entirely I keep his stomach and bowels work-
Kovcrnnicnts ol j hig \-r mlarly. This will not fail lo
break . p colds and keep tlie health
of lhe baby.in good condition till tin:
brighter days come along-. Thc Tablets arc sold by medicine dealers or
by mail at 25 cents a box from The-
Dr. "Williams Medicine Co., Brockviile, Out.
Minard's  Liniment  for   Sals
where,
.very-
Germiny's
Economic Resistance
.il":
fires.
one j pageantry are    swept away,  but   thc
Ike i essential  elements  remain���liie     day
.   a (and tlie nigh;, the mountain and the
valley,  the  elemental  play  and     succession,  and   the   perpetual    presence
of  the    infinite    sky.   In  winter   thc
seem   to   have   rekindled   their
tiie  moon achieves  a fuller triumph, and the heavens wear a  look
of   more  exalted  simplicity.   Summer
is more wooing. :;: '������ * more versatile
and human appeals  to  thc affections
and thc  sentiments, and  fosters    inquiry and the art impulse.    Winter is
of a_ more heroic cast, and addresses
the intellect.   Thc severe studies and
disciplines comc    easier    in    winlei.
Cine imposes larger tasks upon himself.��� Tolui p.uiToughs.
Bringing the
World Together
:hlillei;'saa^
ilovy Gerfnaris Surrender
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The Secret of Much    of    Germany's
Resisting Power
Thc inherent resisting power of
Germany has been underestimated
by her enemies from thc hist, how-j
ever, for in the first or even th.e second year of thc war few could be
found who would agree that at th.e
end of three years it would be found
that Germany was even slightly improving her food ancl material position instead of dying of starvation
as   was   freely  predicted.
KaHi passing year, however, sees
the German economic position more
deeply and permanently undermined.
There is always 'a net loss with the
passing of each quarter. Under these
conditions it can be, bnt a matter of
Eczema Cured
Five Years Ago
A Treatment Which Plas Proven a
Wonderful Healer of the Skin
���Certified Evidence  of
Lasting Cure
_/J'hc  old  notion  that eczema  is    a
disease  of the blood is  refuted  lime
and time again by the cures that arc
daily  being   eifected   by Dr.  Chase's
Ointment.
ll matters not what thc cause, may
have been, if yon apply Dr.  Chase's
... ,      , . .Ointment rcgularlv    vou    will obtain
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The League~of Nations and Its Economic Weapon
That out of this war will comc a
League __of Nations pledged to the
peace of thc world is one of thc defined aspirations of thc American
people ancMhe hope'of all humanity.
President Wilson expressed the idea
and it has been endorsed in principle by all the governments of tho
allies, ancl, in fact, by representatives
of lhc peoples of al! thc great nations. It has been generally assumed that this would he a Ecaguc of
Force, and, as such, many difficulties
have been suggested in the way of
successful organization and opera-
lion. Thc idea was put forth by
President "Wilson when the United
Slates was a neutral. British statesmen agreed that it was an admirable
suggestion, but inquired doubtfully
as to whether America would actually fight lo enforce its decrees,
America is now fighting tc/ make this
league possible, and having fought to
create it, would light, if necessary, to
maintain it.
It will  not he a League, of Force,
however, for such a league would bo
foredoomed  to failure by    reason of
ils   character.     Hy    employing      the
economic boycott  to  its  full    power
lhe  League   of  Nations  need    never
become t: league  of force,    and    no
people need lie called upon to   fight
lo prevent fighting.   This is the message  to   the  world that  is  contained
in  the president's  message    lo     thc
American   congress.     The  formation
of  such   a   league   docs  not    require
llic consent of all nations at thc beginning.    Thc foundations   were   laid
when the allied war council met    in
Paris  wilh  America  represented,     li
thc nations now at war against    thc
iCcntrabpcMvers wcrcf to:; fprnvasuclf a.
'league,Ttgw6uldf.be joined7 at once,apt
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fbuVfatKlfGcfhiany,:Austria nifd Tur-f
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Doom of King Alcohol
When Every Grog Shop in the Coun.
try Is Closed Forever
| Some morning, between now and
A.D. 1925, we shall awake to .find
that every cheap grog shop in    the
: country is closed forever.    How this
Itched and Burned,  Wanted i���11 aAdd *?the s?.ins ��* thkc ���r}dl
o       ,   i    in ,,     -r�� line American nation will be richer
10 OCratCn All the  lime.        at the close  of every year  than     it
is now by more than $1,000,000,000,
which is now expended for whisky.
With the vast sum saved, how the
comfort of the toiling masses will be
increased! Their poverty will be
competence,      their
Scarcely Any Sleep...
"When I was fifteen years old, ecze-
flna came in a rash, first on my head,
then  on   ray ears,  and ! translated    to
afterwards oa my body.
It ivnis very painful and
homes made hygienic and    comfortable, industrial and scientific schools
will bc established for them and the
so I wanted to scratch (utnuitigablc  sorrows  of their    wives
jp was itching" and burning.
all the time.. I scarcely
had any sleep.
"Afterlusecl four cakes
o�� Cuticura Soap and six
boxes of Ointment I was
heal
Count.
ed." (Signed) Mrs. R. II. Carlton,
ntry Steep Creeh, Sask., Feb. 6, '17.
Clear thc pores of impurities by daily
ic of Cuticura Soap and occasional
touches of Cuticura Ointment.
For Free Sample Each by Mail address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A,
Boston, U. S. A."    Sold everywhere.
and children will bc comforted. "The
prisons aii'cl penitentiaries of thc
present time will be relieved of more
than half their inmates, thc insane
asylums will be depleted, and fewer
children will comc into thc world
with defective minds and bodies."
The world will then take a mighty
leap_ forward into "the good time
coming."���Los Angeles Times.
YIASTCmKES
Berlin to Bagdad
Germany Still Determined  to  Carry
Through Her Mittel-Europa
Plan
The Berlin to Bagdad railroad is
tlie backbone of Germany's dream of
world dominion.
This Hue, as thc Germans planned
it, meant that Asia Minor and thc
Balkans were to be the. economic
elaves of Germany. The Turks and
Balkan peoples were to be forced to
buy and sell almost exclusively with
Germany whether it was lo their advantage or not. And this could havc :
been done except on the sea coast,
because the. control of thc one railroad outlet would enable Germany
to discriminate against all trade except trade wilh her. Thc Berlin-
Bagdad railroad was to bind logel
The Worst of All
The trouble, ns a friend  remarked
to  us   thc  oilier  day,  is   lhat    there
arc  loo  many  brainless  days.���Philadelphia  Enquirer.
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Cannot Trust Germany
Can Be Trusted to Keep No Covenant When "Violation Is to Its
Own Interest
How Sickly Women
May Get Health
The British- memorandum    is    especially   explicit  about   Belgium.     It
demands as a foremost condition  of
peace full reparation by the German
government  and    payment    for    all
damage  done.      As  io    such    large
measures    as    a super-national autii-
jority,  or  League of    Nations,     and
'compulsory arbitration,  these all  ns-
jsumc  for their success  that  governments which arc parties to them can
be trusted.    Bui thc present German
il government can bc trusted lo     keep
'no covenant when violation is to its
lhat half their ills arc causcd.by im- _ own .interest.    It has proclaimed and
Important to Farmers
The Free Importation of Cattle and
Tractors
. Two orders which have been pas-
| sed by the Canadian government recently are of much imnortance to intending settlers in Western Canada,
xliey refer to the importation of
livestock and small tractors into
Canada, for a period of one year
the duties hitherto imposed have
b.een removed, and it is now permissible for any number of cattle and
for motor tractors not exceeding
?1,400 in value to be brought into
Canada free of duty.
Textually the order in council
reads: "During the period of one
year from Februarv 7, 1918, remission and refund of duty is hereby
authorized in respect to meat cattle
when imported by bona fide residents of Canada under regulations
b>* the minister of customs.
During the period of one vear
from February 7, 191S, rcmission"nnd
rciund of duty is hereby authorized
m respect to traction engines costing not more than $1,400 in thc
country of production designed to bc
moved by steam or other motive
power for farm purposes and parts
thereof for repair; and traction attachments designed and imported to
be combined with automobiles in
Canada for usc as traction engines
for farm purposes and parts thereof
for repairs."
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Mr. Gladstone on
Alsace-Lorraine
Was Very Much Concerned    About
the Fate of the Two Provinces
The German chancellor quoted
Carlyle the other day on the question
of Alsace-Lorraine.
There is another authoril3T he
might have quoted���namely, Gladstone. Gladstone, who was premier
in 1870, was very much concerned
about the fate of the two provinces.
Hc wanted to organize a protest of
all the neutral powers against what
hc called lhe "throttling"'" of Alsace-
Lorraine. His diary of September,
1870, records his failure to convince
cither his colleagues or other countries of thc expediency of this move.
To Bright hc wrote:
J   Test the Left-Over Seed
Use of Old Seed, If   Found   Good,
Means Needed Saving '
Prof. T. G. Bunting, head of the ''
department of horticulture in the
Macdonald College states that the
seed situation in so far as the supply
of sweet corn, beets, carrots and onion seed is concerned, is critical and
many late orders will' probably go
unfilled. He adds that nearly every
farmer and market gardener who
grows vegetables will have some
seed left over"from former years and
many of these should bc of value for
planting. Hc suggests a simple germinating test of old seed.
"Most vegetable seeds are good
forthree or more years, so do _nol
hesitate to test old seed," he writes.
''Parsnip seed is only good for one
year; carrot and celery usually one
lo two years: but tomato, turnip, cucumber and beet seed should be fairly good from five lo six years, provided they have not been in an rx-
trcmel'y dry or very damp place. The
use of old seed, provided it is tested
and found good, will result in a direct saving of motley and may mean
"My'0opinion"ccruinly  is   that  the j jn some cases Jhat someone else will
If thev could onlv bc made to sec I
pure blood, it wouldn't take long to
cure them wilh Dr. Hamilton's Pills.
Truly a wonderful medicine that invigorates, strengthens, renews. Every tired, worn out, woman that tries
Dr. Hamilton's Pills will improve
rapidly, will havc better color, increased appetite and belter digestion.
No belter rebuilding  tonic can  bc
found    than    Dr.    Hamilton's    Pills
It Has Many Qualities.���The man
who posseses a bottle of Dr. Thomas' I.lectric Oil is armed against
many ills. It will cure a cough,
break a cold, prevent sore throat; it
will reduce the swelling from a
sprain,_ cure the most persistent sores
and will speedily heal cuts and contusions. It is a medicine chest in itself, and can bc got for a quarter of
a  dollar.
The Voluntary Pledge
er all the people from Hamburg   to ,    ,. , f        ., d      d ,     j h
the   Persian  Gulf  and  a  larift    wall;. - ' -     --      ���-      -
was  to keep .competing trade     from
entering at thc sides of the long
strip of Mittcl Europa���and once.
Mittel Europa was cemented together,  organized    and    drilled     by
Germany,  its     150    million
people
would be ready to dominate liic
world. The Germans -themselves
provide the proof lhat their intention is lo develop tltc Berlin-Bagdad
line in its economic, aspects primarily for thc purpose of war.
A report on the subject made recently by Herr Sprikcrhoff, director
of railways, says:
"Thc present interests of thc central powers, from the North Sea to
thc Gulf of Persia, demand the rapid
construction of a network of railway lines, the receipts of which
would be assured in peace tinies
cliiclly because they would.....embrace,
iTurkcyririi .Asif^
ourfi superiority,: fdubi To' aouigiibterior
line, ;over our; enemies; fseparatcd gii.-s
theyfiircfbyithbasea,^
and qnee in  possession of gal"1 - all-
nig. For forty years Dr. Hamilton's
Pills have been America's most valued familv medicine, 25c pcr box at
all dealers.
Australian Soldiers
Like Hospital Rinks
Anzacs Learn to Skate During Their
Convalescence in Canada
The Australian soldiers, like thc
Canadians, havc seen a bit of the
world in their military service, but
according lo thc men from the southern Commonwealth they have seen
nothing in thc way of sport that appealed to them more than the hockey
matches they have watched on the
Canadian rinks.
At Cobourg where a number of
these: men are unclcr-trcatuieiit: iir
���titer pnttiriOagmilthiry gcpiivalcseciit
iioppitiilathcy dif.vef cnJQycd i thcVqpcb
air ; rink ih-cbiiricction iwithathc insti-
tu'tiqns,: and i learned;:to -cutaa ���; r.beyv
curves i themsclvcsf :' The���������'':iiric;g .ex-
icted on that principle, and has never repudiated it. With the best will
in the world, no one could ever be
sure that it was not engaged iu some
treacherous 'intrigue or preparing
some secret stroke; and all tlie nations would be incessantly watching, r d Rationing Not a Lcgal Ques-
it   With   suspicion   and  distrust.       In! .        _ ���,,      ,   J?
other words, the war aims of Labor,! tl011> B"*  a Moral  One
as defined, assume a change of spirit! Rationing is a subject that is rein Germany which cannot bc secur.'d j reiving much newspaper attention in
until the present military autocracy Canada at present. It is a thing that
is discredited by palpable defeat.��� jis as new to us in theory and prac-
London Times.
transfer of territory and inhabitants
by mere force calls for the reprobation of  Europe."
On another occasion hc predicted
that if the. crime was committed
"without any voice previously raised
against it it will be. a standing reproach to England."
Finally, on December 20, lie wrote
to Lord Granville a letter in which
be foresees that thc violation of thc
rights of peoples would havc a lasting and pernicious effect on thc international relations of Europe.
In fact, it has poisoned thc body
politic of vCuropc for forty-four
years, and thc evil will last until the
poison is forcibly removed. Now is
thc lime.���From a Letter in the New
York Times.
Are Popular West
Of the Great Lakes
MRS. W. J.    VALE    TALKS    OF
DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS
ALMOST HELPLESS
FROM RHEUMATISM
Only    Able    to    Move     About    on
Crutches���Dr.  Williams'  Pink
Pills Restored Activity
Inflammatory    rheumatism,     acute
rheumatism  and rheumatic  fever are
different  names   for    practically    the
that  rationing  can  k    carried    out, I same thing. It conies on with hardly
not go short this year."
'liic Dominion government, department of agriculture, is working
on the question of seed supply ami
arrangements arc being made in so
far as possible to relieve the seed
shortage. In the meantime, how--
ever, fanners and gardeners ougt to j
do their utmost to eliminate waste
in thc usc of seed in order that the
lotal acreage of crops may not be
seriously reduced.
Railroad Men
These men know from experience
that Sloan's Liniment will take the
stiffness out of joints and the soreness out of muscles���And it's so
convenient! No nibbing required.
It quickly penetrates and brings relief. Easy to apply and cleaner than
mussy plasters or ointments.
Always havc a bottle in the house
for rheumatic achcj, lame back,
sprains and strains.
Generous si7*.d bottles at all druggists.
.-"fcW'.-tatlSlKSittfca���-::���: '
Canadian Pacific Association
For .National Defence
Worms   cause   fre If illness   and   rob
lhc infant of sleep,  the  great  nour-
isii'erV""'Mothei:'Graves'" Worm    lis- I examples of the
How the Canadian Railways are Cooperating and  Divesting   Traffic
to Relieve  Congestion
It   may  be   of  general   interest   to
lhe   Canadian  public   to  know   some
way in  wine
h  their
terminator will clear thc stomach
and intestines und restore hcalthful-
ncss.
lice as war was three years and
half ago. That must bc the only
excuse for some things which arc
written.    Thc general  assumption   is
just as sonic people    though    price-
fixing could, by a mere wave  of    a
any  warning.  Thc  pain is  excruciat-
cinbraelng: network: of TaUrbads,Vthe:ir^^
.central iipowers; would be;: hi ;a iposi-
tion. .to reunite f hcihi forccsi rapidly: at
aiiyrpbiiil. ;ia :::,vvlitiieiS:,;g\\fidjputa;;f.;.jbisi.
systehp; they Ayould; finally;f: isuccuinb
gtogthegsupcfipr.fslfengihi biffthegfoc,
;SiuCegitais;:uotgppsSible to-construct:
such a   iiiictwprk i, ,df; i railroads   :i for;
7 purcly7'a:;niilitfii-yai': pti;rpbscs:g;:;iwititbut:
fliayingganf
'���' the; funds for; its'-.- coilstrfictiofiffmaiu-;
���'��� tetiancef'igand.. 'yo,pcra..t'ipb> if WwC "'��� Xo.n]yi
���.���way->'t6-\iii..a!^
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"to;i ieiKlei'g Turkey -fi;ii-fdcpcudcfib: ibf
en eiiiy : c oti lvtrleS; '������ in clcp'eii d en t;: of: Ml ly
vBeay; .iind'^^
f bf ;iyvUi��icvff^
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: ;,fti libit. "fUv. stfpp'lyatheitg;;qwibi needs fdf
lainga-bptf!^
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.ilrc afnoyclly toathcm.f
;:; To -whom X i tginiay i ;coriccruf:; a This
isiato - certify; fthat'b bave f fused ;M1��
ftfAR:D'Si.LiNlAbE^T^
asgpfcscribedijt: iilaiifyapracticc ; lyhcire
a ilinihientf '��� wasf rficpiiiredif f "and7 X" have:
ibcveir.afailcdi to ���getiithei;gdesired;'vief-
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She Also Tells How Her Dyspepsia
Was Cured By Using Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets.
Pandora, Alia., (Special)���"We are
never without a box of Dodd's Kidney Pills in lhe house." That's what
Mrs. W. J. Vale, a well-known and
highly respected resident of this
place has to say of the great Canadian kidney 'remedy. "My husband
suffers from ;lumbago,: and������'.- drey ,al-
i'ways hcjpi; biuu''' isf'tlicarCfiscut afithfit
��� ;s i-i.c;.'. "K-i ^    :' ,   .-. " '-
'������ ''I must ai=0;atciif ydiigafMrs.i Va!e
;cbntinned, "what I>Qddfsf;Dyspcpisia;
Taiblbfsifdidi forf inc. They iburedfme
Of a yei-yibadaatfackfoffclyspepsia, I
hav-caul-so: dcrivecli great'-.���bie'iieTitf froni;
���'lllC-fuS.6:''-^
:, f It} is icvi deueb 11 kc.-'-' th i s ���; lli at' ��� j >royb s
that;, the; Dbdil'sfarefifediesf have '-gaiT1.:-'
';dd;..'a"'-pc'nii.^
:me'diciiicfc:lre.5t!^
Kidney ;i Pill Si; fa riff aparticfilarlyi; ;;popt;-:i
larf 7:Thc7a'sUccC'ss ���witliavyhlcli:''X tbcv
magic pen. When it is remembered
however, that Canada's seven and a
half million people are scattered over an area greater liiaii .1'iuropc the
question at once arises: "Who is to
sec   to   the  carrying  out   of   thc    ru
ling, and there is a  tendency of    the
disease  to attack  the heart  when   il
may bave fatal results.
Any one who lias suffered from an
attack- of inflammatory rheumatism
knows that thc usual treatment is
highly  unsatisfactory.     External   ap-
Hoarding Food
The    Selfish    Crime    of    Protecting
Yourself to the Detriment
of  Others
Hoarding is one of the ncw words
ot the war. - It menus storing in excess of requirements, especially of
foods and fuel just fit present. Nov.
storing aud laying up a prudent supply for real needs is not a crime in
peace times; but the man or woman
who wilfully and coolly decides today  to  store more  food  than  lit  or
railways, through the Canadian Pacific Association for National Defence, arc exchanging irattle in the
interests of efficiency.
. In one case tbe G. P. R diverted
t'-y way of thc ,Soo Line cue thousand cars of freight so a-- to relieve
lhe main line of"tl:c companv along
llic north shore of Lake Superior.
Incse cars passed south from Winnipeg to Minneapolis and bv wav of
&iuIt Stc. Marie into Ontario. Tbcv
consisted chiefly of gndn for domes-
lie consumption in  Canada.
One hundred cars of freight per
day are being diverted from ihe C.
b. K. at Quebec aud travelling bv
way  of   lhc  National   Transcou'lincm-
tal  to   Hal
IKY
While   there
is
no
she
e  wcuikl
bm
in
ordinary  times  is
liouing scheme?"    For rations  mean j plications  of  hot    cloths    and    lini
that each family would bc under an | ,1H.,lls  nm\ internal  doses   of  salicy
latcs  to relieve thc    pain    arc
enough,  for  they  do  not drive
obligation not to cat more on any
day or in any week than a certain
set amount  of particular  foods.
Jt would not bc hard to make n
rub- that so much bread should be
used by each person al a meal. But
how ;iiiaiiy;mihion police would;;:7 be
wanted; to attend, ioglhcfcxcctition .of
flic, order? f'l^ret'i/tlie'.aiiiaiciii'gf'b.^lprcU;
,'ei's.gitIi'atVgW^^
cil y. a s ; ,c.o. i'i ij >a reel .; f; wi 111 V'f a ������; c.6 it i'i t r'y
honic pfTeps clifliuiil'tics little Thought,
of. g Tfi 111 cf; Maifitiiiii;a Provinces fish
i s; pi c ii .fi.'ful an d fcof upa va lively;' cheap
.���iis'giir'i.ih'e'.',^^
,ib! nit Th pre fflsb isi; nofg'ueicdicdfg'at The:
front':''; to auyihiiigiaiibe tiftcf satne: icx-,
poison  front  the  blood, and thc sufferer  is   liable   lo     renewed    attacks
committing something that has the
moral effect of a crime. Ife is also
helping to raise tltc price to himself
of future- supplies.
There is no cause for panic among
the people, of Canada. We must expect to make tome food sacrifices
and be willing to modify our eating
,���,[,!��� j habits and even to cat less in order"
' that tlie soldiers and our allies may
be fed. There is a world shortage
of  foods   because,  so   fur  as   Ave     in
oplc
thc
whenever exposed   lo  coid'or'damp- \ Canada  arc  concerned,   other  pe
have,.had ...to. be.    withdrawn   .from
I1CSS.,.
.ggTV0',.,C^
s'ifiy Curbd: theifrltcuinatibifpftisoUgfini
the: blood must: be driven.; ���' 'out;' arid
the blbodf made i:ic!v '������aiidi;ied. Witch
life blood is, pure tiierea can be no
rlietunaiisni. g' i: i;fi^. Va ���.' ii A \r i 11 i n n i i>*. -: 'f Ii*i'ii k
Pills: bii.ildatip the blood, inakciitirichg
red: ffand:; ;f;pure: if ahc!;' in ��������� this: ;i\yay
cure ftbegmpst obisfmatie facasesi if7of
rheumatism.::' Miv'i George, Ilarbotfh:,
���R. ;Iv, No. ���; 1; fl'evershani, Out., is.fotip
farmsibogfightawhatg'isfi'bnr jp'mt figh t.
Pur 'ipb^'ious;adulyf is ;.tb a.td:;tlieni: 'by.
at Teas t ;:se:idiiigathcni;aS:;;mucbffood
asgth;ey;:i!scd: tOagctfbeforegthey took
'���upyour: ,co;ni;ubn;,,i'ta'sk.;;i:'7
���ig ''Hpardi.iig"a'3Sigtiici;:cfiuie;':, .brfiaSelTi
saving in niilcage, this, iii the interest of tiie country, relieves- lhe C.
P. 'ii. iiifii.'t line to St. John for
classes of export freight, "more urgently required tlicre.
In 'lorof.to an arrangement wn^
successfully carried out wherebv one
hundred a;id twenty cars of freight
eastbotmd for Montreal were turned
over from the C. J'. K. to thc C. K.
K.  every day.
'flic Grand Trunk- dining thc winter season lias been diverting one
hundred and iiftv to two hundred
cars oi coal per day to thc G. P. K.
and, Tf. 11, & B. in order to iesseu
tift.; rongeslion"-fori:: the Grand"Trunk
.froni ;fhe; Niagara frontier to Toron-
; Ib^rflul'bther ;poiuls.7i .���'.'������'���
; -aljie Grand Trunk has also diver!-'
jxd ibflygcavs per dav:"to the (\ Nf  K.
[ataTorOnlo;
fishlyalakiffg fcarc:: ;of one'siowji: sldiVT' ."ini; \Ves;er;i;;Gainad:v the: ��� Canadian.
i'.b:'.IIi;c,d0:trii'iiite^
tlfe ;\yfirring laudsabv af bbnig.: P
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;NVhai:,nifSQ;;U!;g:r;la!i:v:CeHlld ,lg1ior ���'incyVable.', doctors.piT.ci-^e.f:���JocfiffremecJicr.
tllC gcustoriis: Of.  t!;i;-,cot:n,l:l->y?!'a : Yet   liisa hftnrl;' rmfli: 'chriv' :a n:id;t,y: .co^tsiiflr '{aijiiigaip  c-:rvyy.il\x}oc^
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hayeii;l)ceiv77 ii sed gtna: treat ^
kidiiicyf ills frbniabackachc to irh.eu-
nifitlsiiiaahd iErigbt's;. 'disbasb--���"; have
earned7 for ft belli the aigifalituclc ; of
thoiusands' of;'���people;;:.oh this ���sidea'pf
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Not Warned in Canada
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The  i'.;.u..:'.~:-  of  the  c!i..l  of
Ben" is  2.'. f<i t 6 in.
You Will Better
Understand
The popularity of
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'ji'tiickiifg tp tli'bir-;posts ���iingtliefi'fficr-f.cb
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you use it as
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beverage for a few
tlays.
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that its amazing increase in use is quickly   explained   upon
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Tbis  jE'a'.'vast  increase   bvCr iprcvi-J
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'    A "Valuable Pamphlet
In order thai: ��� inibfidbvg . s..ctfb;
properly iu>
i  off :gCVve;:.;t-
this,    c6;t'i-
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i Rheumatic Pains %
5^ Are relieved tn �� few ��Uy�� ty J)
���) taking 30 dropi of M��tbffSdge!'8 o
C* Sjrupaftermcal* and on retiring. ���)
% It ditiolvet the lime and acid  J
*> accumulation in the mancleiiand (��'
C* joints so the��e deposit* can' be  ���>
i' expelled, U��w reliet ing pain and {*[
i'. - "     <���   ���- -   \j.  i   ,   ^ torepet*. Sei?el'�� Syrup, al��o c��
cf yi -��� l  1 <���-     tr".:-    C* known a�� "Estraclof Root*,? *)
utc: i:        '. z:        c       * coaJainsnedopenorc.therttronjf J.
A'.'.\ .   c- - .���.���"���'��� -    ��; d ragi to kill or mask the pain of (��'
*��� rheHjnattsra or lumbago, it re- ���)
i taorft* the cause*  50c a. bottle ^
V at drufyiit*. i:  r#
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NURSING THE WOUNDED
It takes strength arid coara^e to nwrwt
ths vrontideil. Eymt ircnaa should make
ihcryrtf fit for war's &&11 at hom�� or
abroad. IL'ahh nnd streagth aro within
tee reach of ererr Tr&^san. They ar��
Drought to ?0'j hy'lfr. Pierc?'a Favorite
Pirjiriptior. I'lika this rnfliciae, and
there'.* * safe and ccrtnin r^ir.eiiy for tha
cbronic TrpiskaFMM, deran^sments, ��nd
<li9e&sii peculiar to vromfra. It will build
\a$, BtivDo-lhc-n, and inFtgorat* erery
'' ruB-ilowa " cr delicate nomsa. It *s-
���ista the ratiiral faiittioas.
'.tiny hf'.i-tlin.i wb-cif b>. ninl-l ^t bome pciiod in her liie. a -noaiais
c\ itli fi..  of i:. ' reqalrai a tperial tonic anil nerrui��.
if you're a tired or afflicted woman,
tirn 'to "Favorite Prescription," jou
will fisd it n��rer fails to b<*acfit. Sold in
tablet or linind fonn. Seci Dr. Piere^
Vta. IaTalids' Hotel ana Surgical Instl-
Sate. BuSip.lo. A". V., (or branch. Bridg*-
ba?g. Ont.'i 10i for trial pkg. tablet*.
Toronto,' Cat.���''J foaad 'IVuritd
Pruso.riptior. ���' a aplf a-
<Jid tonic for iromcn,
Sotoo lime ago I bt-
��ame all raa-uown,!
trtat, nsTTOiis and
rould not cat or
a!s*p. H^f: B��T��ra
baekacfici, fainu ia
my rigat Biaf. I
toc-k ifaTi*Tlt�� Tr��- ii^'t , v _s,.��
scririfos ��fi it com- J^^f ���y?3f!J'l��;
pletely bulk me op^ ^r$^>L>'��>>
in   health   ami   re- ^>*1""''i'r
ilsfe-1 ice of all ihe
ranojlrg    r.abj    anl     ari*3."���Kut
'jfr^t.'.s CijLi.ririy, i'lZ- r.-cat St.
���/;: ,    Siari.M Fall?, Onb���"J?aT:ng mlddla
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c-   l '"    - " " ! rrlth s��t*-: ? pis? :r; tbe kt:k of my bMd
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fTHE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
$2 a year in Canada,   and   $2.50 tin the
United States.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financiei.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices #25.00
Coal and Oil  Notices     fioo
Ustray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  10.00
(Where more than one claim appears ir notice, $2.50 for each additional claim.)
Ail other le&al advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, anil 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
The blue cross means that
yonr subscription is clue, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Foi;   setting  business  the ad is
niitihlicr than the sword.
Do your bit by raising something
lai cafe. There is plenty of vacant
land in B. C.
With its natural resources de-
v. ioped, the Kettle Valley would
}:���: ;:. great hive of industry.
' <.-��� air was a dollar a bottle peo-
)..x. would use more of it. Being
five- the majority of the human
j..-:; ily do not use enough.
There was a severe earthquake
California last Sunday. No
me is attached to the Kaiser or
agents for this calamity.
11 is   spring   the   red   hand of
rs,   has   caused   many a   fiery
ui to escape from its envelope of
ay, and push clouds in the astral
���iane.
In Victoria it seems impossible
for   the    Liberals   to   back   Billy
Bowser over the ropes.    His bright
mind never grows dim, and he can
not he kept out of the spotlight.
It is estimated that there are
250,000 German spies in the United
States. Probably the mosfe dangerous ones, are native Americans,
who have been tempted by the
Kaiser's gold, to sell their country
with dishonor to themselves.
When Mark Twain lived in the
Washoe Valley he went to spelling
school regularly, and courted Flora
Cotton, with whom he was very
much iri love. She refused to
marry him because he would not
quit smoking.    He haB recently.
Three. seeniH to be a great thirst
in B. C, judging from the many
bid friends who have aBked us if
we brought back a bottle of booze
from the land of flowers and earth'-
quake.'.'.. We could not get one into
.our valise, it was so full of sermons, orange blossoms, palm trees,
frijolea, flags, bon-bons' etc.; etc.
More etc. than anything else.
Many  a   time   tbis   winter we
stood up when  somebody sang or
played,    America*    pr   The   Star
Spangled Banner.    Scores of times
vyefsaw flashed on  the screen in
; Soouthern  theatres  the  picture of
."Old (��lory,":. but. never once the
;i; .'Ktifch". or .French   flag.;   Still we
XX.vtiX all"7- hrothersSiniby-fihe'f great
.'/��� far for  democracy,   and our flags
������';��� all; threeffcountries'.;shouldg.be
:!.:ally /lung iii the breeze, eajuted
' y the soldierspandfclieered by the
. ��� 1;) id aa. i;i; I u X. the Un ited ;"- Spates
':���'"���'. vvari-f has.Vput ..Canada fin g the
'-'dight, aud 7 madev us allv-bne
vuily.       Everywhere\:-'-tbeV'/real
merican   is   full   of  praiBe   and
admiration   for   ^lie; ;brave    and
?bic manner  in  which  the Do-
biion has conducted itself during
'': present unpleasant conditions
Kurppe.    L'nited :we; stand, di-
ded   we  eat   pretzelsifjfand   lino���'..
.". irger cheese.f X-y xXXXyXX;
Ambitions
Wife-~Ob, George-gthere's a.bur-
glar downstairs:-^ Shiall Ifgcall-titie
:iPQlite?;V':iff:'V:-:f--7;;':ib'."' XxXXXXXxX-XX-
af;Yqungf;Eeporter���-Good gracious
:rio!;��� fTiiwant tointerview' him.--
Chieago Herald.: -;- y)X XX
X At i; X e wi; ��� Denver Xthis ii month;
Irwin White,/eon of. pscari White
was -'.married;-..- to- Margery.: Pehnock
: of .. Eoseberry.:f fTheyf wilHliye jit
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B. C, Mining News
Camp McKiuney is due for a
mining revival.
There is a manganese mining
excitement at Kaslo.
Mining around Greenwood is
growing more active
The Noonday near S&udon will
resume operations next month.
The Florence at Ainsworth will
ship its ore to the United States.
Dollar silver should make the
Slocau a hive of mining activity.
Iu July it iB proposed to hold a
mining convention   in   Revelstoke.
The Bosuu near New Denver is
shipping regularly to the mill at
Rosbery.
The Standard at Silverton employs about 200 men in the mine
and mill.
An important strike has been
made on the Copper Farm, near
Princeton.
The company operating the Ruth
and Hope mines at Sandon has
gone into voluntary liquidation.
Ore has been struck in the No. 3
tunnel of the California, near Nelson.    The values are high in gold.
A claim showing traces of graphite has been staked at Kemp'8
Springs, about three miles from
Kaslo.
Frank C. Bailey and others are
working a tin mine on Moran
prairie, about 11 miles from Spokane, WaBh.
A report from Revelstoke says
that the Lanark mine will expend
S30,000 putting in a dam and
power plant, to run the mill and
mine. W. B. Dornberg is manager.
Iu raising from the 500-foot
level of the Lasfe Chance at Republic, Wash., ore haa been struck
that runs S30 in gold and silver to
the ton. This mine ships about a
carload daily.
R. R. Lammers has bought the
Slocan Star miue and buildings
near Sandon for 8122,000. Hc
paid 824000 cash, and assumed a
debt of $98,000 standing against
the property.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE tliat I John R. Jackson, of
Midway, occupation, Rancher, intends to apply
for permission to Lease tlie folljwiag described
Lauds: Commencing at a post at the N. W. Cor.
Lot 10S(is, thence north 60 chs., thence East 20
ehs , thence South 40 chs., thence East 40 chs.,
thence South 20 chs., thence West GO clis., to
point of commencement, containing 200 acres
more or less for Grazing- Lands.
Dated this 3Dlh dav of March, 1918.
' JOHN R. JACKSON,
Applicant.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE Hint I   John 11. Jackson id-
tends to apply lor permission to Lease tbe foi-
lowing described Lauds:
Lot 10S6s on official Map containing 160 acres,
Dated 30th dav of March 1918.
JOHN R. JACKSON,
Applicant.
Without enterprising and public spirited business men few
towns would have  a newspaper,
Cbe Burne Rotel
nelson, B*��.
The only up4<vdate Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,
First-class
CENTRALLY LOCATED
4�� Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAMPLE ROOMS
Steam Heated; Electric Lighted.
RATES S1.00 per day and up; European Pian.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
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ast Issues Depend Upon
ie Welfare of Our Men!
CKeer Up and ThariK God for tKe Y.M.C.A.
^~Q~^RY to'picture yourself in the muddy cold trenches after
P. exciting, days, and long-nights-of mortal danger and in-.
��� Ji.. ter.:.e. nervous strain. Rushing "whiz-bangs" and screaming "coal boxes" are no respecters of persons. You are hit!
But despite shock and pain you still can face the long v.-eary
trudge back to dressing station. Weary, overwrought and depressed, you are prey tp wild imaginings., of that other coming
ordeal with the surgeon. There are other "walking wounded,"
too!    You mustwait,, wait, wait.    And then���
Up coirics a cheery Y.M.C.A. man, the ever-present "bigbrpther"
to the vf.lriior, with.word's'of manly encouragement. Close beside the dressing station-the good; generous folks at home have
enabled: him to. set tip a canteen. He hands you biscuits, and
chocolate or coffee.-
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l>iim^e Fund
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.:������ J.fi;i!if.;i:-;i!f.<is f f���'cagCH;'tvvritesfaii':.oftlct'r, 'fit was that first hot
gcifp .< i"f'(.-.;ii'f-;- ihat dragged.the inanfbackftolifeand sanity.":
~:TKe\t.'rV!'n\0;Yl^
���;Vin^.';d.-'','..-'-:;^
prai- (!fg; X'i .wonder the fGermansfmake; every effort to .smash
���the f.Yf'.f.CfAf huts but cf c-:iistencepf:f.g.-.-.:g-.ff'.;
Ti:-: "'"; Y.-MfCf \X- is.f everywhere. You 'first finet. the ' helpful,
.ii-::v:;l\- Y.M.C.A. worker ri camp, .then on train and boat, at
ca iiip i.vX,x'y\\i.\fl and in France, close:tb the firing lir.e./ Often
ghejri !;;-:; -'.his-{ife to rvach ye u in '.theVtrenchcsf ~': lie 'has won the
���:;wupi:.',��*;';prai^ King!,.
'fKav.e/fy'-V-i'i/.a^preciou cannot be !.'.'over
'.:.L.lK'';"t>;gt^ ftemptatipns of camp and;
fci'y, :gYou;call:!^t^)!ilfortf��� himgiri his7;supreme .hour off trial.f.:
Y!Jurg'pnrccIsgto.';hifiigarc ;':ne'cessarilyit^vV:'-'-But\the.'Y;M.:C.A'.'i.-'''
���fi't. 1 i-:i:; 1> - Cir;f.���!'v;'is.'...;.'i_jy:t. _r^vi!i>��ro;-*:- going .wherefyotrcannpt ga-gHdoiiig
:;U.Kf'fy.f;ry'.'-thing^y-i;XXy--\g I.pf'.d;)~:-doin'g it foi- you aiid for.-him.g
;;-\ViIl.fy;" i!-;iivif>? }Xi f,I^Vva:X-7orga,nizatipnf;cf fhelpfulncss 'Keecls-at.:'
'le^'::.Lf;:J',2o!V'.����'.^;irij';n-At:ariada
"���'r*''." ���".".*������ :>V l'?-."i' I I ���������'���: X-i ��� '������'. '": ������':     ���....-.'.'...���'���..'���..."������:'���'
War Work
Summary
There are:    .
���96 brandies of Canadian
Y.M.C.A. in France. ���
���79 branches in England.
���Dozens of Y.M.C.A, dug-outs
in forward trenches under fire.
���Over 120 Military Secretaries
overseas.
���300.000 letters a day written in
Y.M.C.A. overseas buildings.
���$133,000 needed for athletic
equipment.    (Helps morale of
soldiers.)
���Y.M.C.A. saved hundreds of
lives at Vimy Ridge by caring
for walking wounded.
���Over 100 pianos in England
atid France, also 300 gramophones and 27 moving picture
machines.
���Y.M.C.A. helps, boys in
hospitals.
���More than. 60,000 cups of hot
teaaiidcoflee distributed daily
in Trance���free. Estimated
cost for 8. months, $18,000.   -
���150,000 magazines distributed
free every month. (Estimated
cost ��15,000.)
���S125,000 used in 1917. to build
huts in Fiance.
���Concerts, sing-songs, good-
. night _ services and personal
interviews energetically conducted. Concerts, lectures,
etc., cost $5,0.00 a month.
���Thousands of soldiers decide
.   fpr the better life.
���Y.M.C.A. sells many needful
. things   to soldiers   For   their
'convenience.   "Profits,.'if. any,
all spent for benefit of soldiers.
���Service to boys in Camp.
hospitals.
���Red Triangle Clubs for soldiers
in Toronto, St. John and
Montreal. Centres in Paris and
I/iiidou for men on leave.
^-Out fof Red Triangle Fund,
$75,000 to.be contributed to
the War Work of- thcY.W.C.A.
Boys!
Here's your chance to do a fine"
'stroke in the big war!   Help the-
Y.M.C.A. to help your big brothers overseas by joining in the
"Earn and Give
���:":-;;feampaigii|fS.=
Six   thousand   Canadian, older
boys-are "invited to earn and
give at least Ten Dollars ($10) to
the Red'Triangle Fund.    That
means S'iO.OOOin all! . Splendid!
Five thousand   dollars will be
��� used for boys' work in India and
. Chira; another 55,000  for  the
Nat':;>nn! Ii-".ys',\Vork of Canada,;
arid 350,000 to help big brothers"'.
in  Khaki.- ';:Ask'.'...your :f:local
ffY.MfvCgAgrepn-sciiiatiye' for in-g
formation . .and  "pledge ;. card.
When. you havefsubscribed one
7 or mors ti h its of Ten IM..[lars, ypu
f-iyill:>ec'ive^ a7';.beautifully ��� ��n-
.'/gra'vey.'cOrtificatc.'; ���;    X.X'.X.:.: xiX
;friag;;ma!ACe^
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?3h Cbiurvfij>m *   J. S.fRankin, 607:Boai j of vTrade Bldp., Yauc��\ivcjrg
:.<ria.:   John Hiinha, City Hall, CalgaryX
Yr.M.r.A;, f:?sina
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Over The Top
99
Nature has made British Columbia rich and
beautiful The waters that run through and
surround it, are teeming with edible fish, include
ing clams, Its lofty sky^scraping mountains are
filled with almost every known mineral, while
the yellow power of earth'gold, it hides amid the
sands of many a creek. Its fertile valleys and
hillsides contain millions of acres that are doing
nothing to go "OVER THE TOP," for lack of
cultivation. Its forests of gigantic trees are the
envy of the world* The scenery is grandly
magnificient, while the climate contains the ozone
that puts pep into the human frame, filling it with
life, health and energy.
With all these advantages this Province
should have millions of happy people within its
confines, and yzi it has a scant 40CX00& Then
sings the little bird in the tree* "What's The
Matter With B, G"
Nothing, except that it is like many a
business man. It does not advertise, or does
not know how. Turn on the bright light of
effective and suggestive advertising, until all
the world thinks and talks about this glorious
B. C, the brightest gem in the cluster of
Canada's provincial diamonds. Get a move
on, go over the top, waving your flag and
blowing your cornet in front of the millions
that have not yet been "swiped" by the red
hand of Mars.
In the meantime do not fall to boost your
own business by dropping a soul-touching,
money getting ad into Greenwood's Leading
Excitement. Come across with enthusiasm
and plenty of printer's ink, and the public
will shell you with dollars, until you grow
tired picking them up. If you are wise, you
will always advertise, in
and get your job printing at the same office.

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