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THE
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THE  OLDEST   MINING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXV.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17,  1918.        ���/
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No. 14
MANY   NEW   LINES
Come In And See Our
Large And Well Assorted Stock Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.
Many   kinds of Oil,  Tinware
and  Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
|    GREENWOOD  GROCERY    |
Sr Canada Food Board License No. 8-6251 . ~5--
�������� ������
���� The   Food   Board   Asks   You   to   Save 3
| THE" FLOUR |
g We carry a most complete stock of other Cereals =3
% We specialize in TEA and COFFEE in pkge or bulk |j
% AT REASONABLE PRICES |f
I     LEE A BRYAN     1
Piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiaiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^
Insurance
Life,  Fire, Health and
Accident
Real Estate, Ranches and
Mining Broker
AUCTIONEER
Charles King
GREENWOOD;        - B. C.
'STORE OF QUALITY"
A  FINE   LINE  OF
Gloves, Mitts, Socks,
Boots, Shoes and
Clothing
AT
J. G. McMYNN
MIDWAY      -      -      B. C.
a^S^3^^5S^S��^��^^^SiJ^^5^5S;
Around Home
I
GIVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS PLAINLY
Nothing is more#difficult to understand over a telephone
wire than a number containing three or four digits. "5"
sounds*like""9" and "2" is often mistaken for l,3'9i transposing
numerals isV frequent'error.
That's why the telephone'^operator must have your numbers slowly, one digit at a time. She' must; be sure and ydu
alone can help. It's that kind of Jhelp that makes for satis-
^ractory telephone_service.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY,  Ltd-
is in charge of
.the Mill Camp
that P. McWha
Phoenix are
Nelson in Five Minutes
Mazda Tungsten Lamps
15 to 40 Watt Lamps���50c each,
1 60 Watt Lamps���75c each.
'100 WattfLamps���$1.25 each,
Having purchased tlie Clear
Store from R. J. MUIR. I will
be pleased to furnish the public, at reasonable prices, with
Tobacco. Cigarettes, Cigars,
Fruit. Confectionery. Etc
R. H. GUISE
Christian Science service will be held
in the MELLGR BLOCK on Sunday at n
a. m. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at 8 p.m., testimonial meetings will be
held in the same block. Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
WANTS. ETC
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts '- " > ' *   $1.25 each
{00    ���'���-... *������������������   -   2.00 "
200   "    '*   *'   o    3.50 "
Greenwood CityS Waterworks Co.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
cigars    at    Dad
Province  Hotel,
Autos for hire, at the Palace
Livery.
Real    good
O'Dell's  at the
Grand Forks.
��� ��� .   ���   ��� .<��������� ���    ���
For Sai^.���A portable sawmill with a capacity of 10,000
feet daily. Also a gasoline
launch, 20feet in length, Roberts
marine engine. Apply to Charles
Oliver, Greenwood.
The Consolidated Mining k Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Oflices, Smelting and Refining Department
i    TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
GREENWOOD HOSPITAL
VISITING   HOURS   2  to   4
At other hours by arrangement
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
TADANAC BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONE, COPPER AND SPELTER
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THE GANADIANBANK
OFCOMMERCE
SR EDMUND WALKER.
CV.O.. LLD.. D.CL. President
SIR JOHN AIRD. General Man*ger "
H. V. F. JONES. Aw't Gent Mrnager
CawtalPaid Up. $15,000,000 T Reserve Fund, ��� $13,500,000
Every effort is made to provide the banfo
xx'i' x in�� service ^qulre^ by miners^
���   xiix'_;:,.. current; ao^Durit tecilita
^��^;$^bandiin^;.- of busing i^:
;';-;;-;;^-:^
;�����;
$10,000
Public Auction
Mr. S. T. Larsen of Rock
Creek, B.C., having sold his
Ranch, ha* given instructions
to sell by Public Auction on
Thurs.. October 31
1918     Commencing at 10 a.m.
AT HIS  RANCH 2-1-2 MILES
WEST OF ROCK CREEK
AH bis Stock, Machinery and Implements, consisting ofiiXX
50 Head of Horses, some bred from
iX'x. Registered Percheron Sire.yx
6 0 Head of Cattle; some Reg istered
"..yxX'"'X-x"Xi- Shorthorns
35 Head of Hogs. Brood Sows! Boar.
Spring and Young Pigs.  Air variety
of Farm Implements /and Wtacftineiry;
40 tons of Grain Hay, and all and
everything needed on a Farm;;;XX
For   further  particulars, conditions;of
Xx; Sale See Bills:'':;-:;;7
G.. B.
��� ���.; .,Clerk
Charles King,
Auctioneer
The Hon. J. D. Macl/eau was
in town last Friday.
Rexall Liver Salts just in at
Goodeve's Drug Store.
Mrs! Griffln of Kaslo is .visiting
her mother iu Midway.  *
It is reported that there is some
Spanish Floo in Phoenix.
Seed wheat and seed rye lor
sale at Brown's, Midway.
The smelter has considerable
trouble with inferior coke.
R. J. Muir has sold his cigar
store to Robert Guise of "Midway.
The Nickle Plate mine and
mill at Hedley employs  181 men.
A Soldiers friend is Dad O'Dell
at the Province Hotel, Grand
Forks.
G._ A. Rendell sells many kind
of pickles, including sweet pickles in bulk.
' This winter many railway ties
will be cut in the hills around
Greenwood.
Born.���On October 4, to Mr.
aud Mrs. Andy Johnson of Rock
Creek,'a son.
Hugh McKee was out $350 last
week through the death of one
of his horses.
Of course they all go to Dad
O'Dell at the Province Hotel,
Grand Forks.
Mae Lawson
the postoffice, at
near Princeton.
It is reported
and E. E. Barnes of
dead in France.
The Forest mill at Cascade bas
enough of logs to feed its saws
until December.
Owing to a lack of feed, many
cattle from the prairie will be
wintered in BC.
Mrs. Norris of Grand Forks,
was visiting her husband, Charles
Norris this week.
In France on October 3, J. D.
McCreath received a gunshot
wound in the leg.
Charles King has been appointed official administrator, in the
Greenwood district.    ".
Evening service at St. Jude's
church, Sundav, October 20th,
will be at 7:30 o'clock.
D. R. McEimon, Greenwood.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Goggles and auto glasses on hand.
C. C. Tilley died in Oroville
last week, aged 64 vears. He
was well-known in Greenwood'.
Just in. Bulk vinegar $1,50 a
gallon. Sour mixed pickles $1.75
gallon glass iar.    G.A. Rendell.
A few drops of Eucalyptus on
your handkerchief will help to
keep away the Spanish influenza.
Born.���At the Greenwood
Hospital, on October 11, to Mr.
and Mrs. P. H. McCurrach, a
daughter.
The Ladies Aid of Midway,
will have a social evening Friday, in that town in aid of the
Red Cross.
Dudley McMillan has been
killed at the front. He was a
former resident of Phoenix and
Greenwood.
Charles Holton died in -Revel-
stoke this week. He came to
that town 33 years ago. He did
much mining in the Lardeau.
C. E. Stamper went to Spokane
on Saturday to; move his family
to Greenwood. He expects to
move bis garage to the brick
building formerly occupied by the
Hunter-Kendrick Co.
It will soon be time to send
Chrisimas presents to the boys
in France; A copy of Float
makes a present that is always
welcome anywhere. Copies can
he obtained at The  Ledge office.
L. E. Brawders of Fernie, is
the new manager of the Bank of
Commerce, H. C. Lucas having
been transferred to Princeton.
Mrs. Brawders and two children
will arrive in Greenwoon early
next month.
At the residence of her parents
ih Victoria, Miss Lilian May
Comber, formerly of Greenwood,
was married to W. P. R. Arnold
last week. Miss Mariorie Comber
was bridesmaid, and Gus Brown
acted as best man. Mrs. Guy
Wright of Nelson, and her two
daughters, wereX among the
guests at the wedding. ixyyXyyyx.
The -following citizens were
elected as the executive for the
Victory Loan drive: Mayor T.
M. Gulley, .chairman; ; P.; E.
Crarue, ^ vice-chairman;;:7;G. ;;R.
Taylor, secretary; G. S. -Walters,-
CharlesKing;;F\ H.;Asam,;R:.;-T.
Lowery and P. Hi; McCurrach.;
The Green wood district includes:
Greenwood, Anaconda,; Ehplti
Coltern ���: Boundary Falls. Mother
Lode, Emma and Jewel mines.
Billy Thurman is still hanging
on to his moustache, in spite of the
war and hard times.
"Who is that lady who never puts
any powder on her face, in order
to help win the war?
D. J. Robertson will tell you all
about the pleasure, derived from
sleeping on  a   Marshall Sanitary
Mattress.
Old prospectors say that booze is
gettiog scarce in Nelson. Jimmy
Grant fays a little float is found
now and theD, but none in place.
Some of these days Fred Starkey
expects to have a million dollars.
He deserves it for the way that he
has worked to boost Nelson and
the district from which its trade is
drawn.
Jim Gilker is one of the best
home men iu town. He has-been
here since 1889, and has not had
time to visit Kaslo or Rossland.
It is reported that he once got as
far away from home as the C.P.R.
depot. ,
John Ayton Gibson, the genial
postmaster of Nelson paid a visit
to Trail this month, his first in 22
years. John seldom ventures far
from Nelson for fear of being lost.
Besides he has not much time since
he learned to wheel a baby carriage.
There are a lot of people in town
who are standing'still, and waiting
for somebody to come along and
hand them something. Yon cannot build up Nelson by emulating
Micawber, or by knocking those
who are trying to do something for
the benefit -Of- the city. Nelson
needs more men of vim and enthusiasm. Its business men have fallen
into the rut of mediocrity, and the
boosting, generous spirit of the
early days has forsaken them.
Patriotic Fund
The local Treasurer of the Canadian Patriotic Fund wiehes to acknowledge receipt of the following
subscriptions from August 28th to
October 7th, 1918:
A J Morrison.....   700
H B I>rsen...  7 op
J H Treglown  3 i5
G. Grosvenor ................���...._  3 65
P. Mytton  365
J Keady  3 65
A Legault  4 35
H. BolingDroke .'.  3 io
B A Yandall  4 00
C Jory  285
J.A Frank  265
A. L Price  375
A L McPherson..,.;...........  3 15
WFCarmichael  380
M McLeod  380
J McArdle .���  3 60
W G. Younkin  380
R McLeod.............  i 05
W. R. Dewdney  5.00
P. H, McCurrach........  3.70
Boundary Police  iq 00
Greig & Morrison ;  io 00
Hon. J. D. MacLean  2000
G B Taylor  3 00
P W George  500
P Mytton  365
J Keady  3 65
A. Legault  4 35
H Bolingbroke  335
B A Yandall........  400
W E Younkin  400
W T Carmichael  4 00
M.McLeod  375
A L McPherson
T Kinsman -,'	
J. V. Mills..	
J A Frank	
F D Wilkins ;.:	
Clyde Jory	
M J.Dunn .......^..i...	
Geo Winters.........	
JE Tollard	
J D YeaUnan.......	
A L Price........ ; v.............
Rbry McLeod.........	
HER Bedford	
Canada Copper Co-..	
J Moraii	
J C Boltz ...... ,_............._............
H E Larsen...?.. ........;....
A J Morrison........	
W. R. Dewdney ..-.'	
P..II. McCurrach	
Boundary Police	
J-S Storer	
Hon. J. D. MacLean -....;
J L and,A Portinann	
B W Bubar.........	
Charles King	
D Mcintosh	
P W George	
G.-Wi A. Smith...........	
P. H. McCURRACH.
Hon. Treasurer.
Canadian Patriotic Fund.
3 60
2 So
S 00
285
380
280
3 70
2 40
280
265
255
.  I 65
95
loo 00
2 00
4 00
700
7 00
5 00
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1300
500
20 00
IO.OO
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2.00
A potato buyer was effering
$19 to $20 a ton for spuds this
week around Midway. There is
a; heavy crop this year, but growers will likely want more than
$20 a ton,
There are three cases of Spanish Influenza at Sidley. Chesaw
and Molson are closed tight, and
towns io the Boundary should
begin to take : precautions,to prevent the; flu vfrotn becoming too
sociable. Isolate yourself as
much as -possible;, keep : away
from crowds, and; always "sneeze
or cough;in;your handkerchief;;;>
MATTHEWS   BROS:
'���     GRAND  FORKS :xXix'
AgeritsV fori.Chevrolet^ Dodge,; Hudson;
Chalmers. .Cadillac cars, and?;Republic
truck .motors.:     ."''. Garage in connection.
Western Float I
Wooden ships may soon be built
at Rupe.
Send your job printing to
The Ledge.
Good tin ore fies been found
near Spokane,
Dig blited potatoes when the
weather is fine.
The club will be re-opened in
Vernon in December,
So far this year B.C. boats have
captured 1000 whales.
Keep away from crowds and
avoid the Spanish floo.
Help yourself and your country
by buying a war bond.
There are 1347 patients in the
mental hospitals of B. C.
Afe Trail, Albert Lea was fined
#50 for jumping a board bill.
The government is closing the
internment camp at Morrissey.
Next year Canada must double
its production of food supplies.
Otto Neison was killed near
Atlin by a clay slide in his mine.
At Keremeos this summer Harry
Tidy raised 2000 tons of tomafcoes.
The Premier Hotel at New
Westminster has been re-opened.
Nick Shingles was fined $50 at
Chilliwack for stealing a bicycle.
New Denver, formerly Eldorado
City will be 27 years old in December,
This month five divorce cases
will be tried before fehe court in
Rupe.
There were 3 deaths and 10
births in North Vancouver last
month,
At Waldo, Big Mouth Paul was
fined $40 for changing the brand
on a cow.
John Cross died in Chilliwack
lasE month. He had lived there
38 years.
From Matsqui 1000 gallons of
milk are shipped daily to the
United States.
A firm at Prince George was
fined $250 for employing an unregistered man.
A farmer afe Alvinston, Ontorio,
has just sold 40 hogs, six months
old, for $1,800.
There is a frost proof warehouse
at Vernon thafe will hold 25fr carloads of apples.
The Whalen paper mills are now
in operation at Port Allen on
Quatsino Sound.
Fred Day and Harry Thorson,
were drowned in the Yukon near
Dawson this month.
There was one hotel in Three
Forks 25 years ago. At present
there is none in that ghost city,
Clinton is sometimes called the
Salts Lake City, owing to the
Epsom salt works being near that,
town.
James Duncan died at Sarnia,
Ontario, aged 85 years. For more
than 40 years he taught school at
Windsor. -
There is a threshing machine
operating at Princeton that Isaac
Kipp brought to Chilliwack, 52
years ago.
Conductor A. Oakes fell between
two freight cars near Endako, and
had his left leg cut off. He died
in the Hazelton hospital.
It is 15 years since the boom
broke oufe in Poplar Creek, aad
seven hotels were built before its
fame died away to a knifeblade
whisper.
George Anderson of Swan Lake
recently received a little over
$6,000 for 152 hogs. The price
was 18^ cents a pound live weight
at Vernon.
There is a movement on foot in
Canada to compel all merchants to
become citizens. If a country is
good enough to live in, it is good
enough to vote in.
Afe Vernon a letter has been received from India, asking about
6000 acres of land. Some 70 soldiers now in India wish to eettle in
the Okanagan when the war is
over.
Last month a carload of hydrated
vegetables was shipped from Chilliwack for the use of the soldiers
going to Siberia. It is the first
shipment of the kind ever made
from Canada.
;. Parkhill, Ontario, is becoming
the center of the;flax industry, and
linen mills may soon . be erected in
that town. How about raising
flaxs; inV/B. x C.?: \ This province
should have; a few linen mills.
^The TraiI'News'is;23 lyears old,
and has always been printed in the
same building.; ..Afe one time it was
the worst looking fag in America,
bat sinceVthat:bustling; veteran,
Beach ;:WiIlcox,:rtook;the lookout
chair ithss; become a typographical
ideal, and a credit to;the community inv which ife earns its bacon,
beans and ..macaroni.iyXXx:
B. C. Mining News
Some opals have been found nofe
far from Greenwood.
The Burton copper mine at Elko
has resumed operations.
The Kaslo' manganese mine is
shipping its ore to Carnegie, Pa.
The smelter investigation committee will meet in Nelson, Octooer
31.
Operations are being resumed at
the Favorite group near Night-
hawk, Wash.
New York men are prospecting
for gold and platinum along the
Similkameen river, near Princeton.
The Echo at Silverton bas leased
the Standard mill. The Echo and
Standard trams bave been connected.
The Star says that it is reported,
that a Chink recently made $60, in
less than a day placering for gold
near Princeton.
At the Whitewater mine in the
Slocan five sets of leasers are working. Some ore recently shipped
by them averaged about 40 per
cent. lead, and 125 ounces in
silver.
Large quantities of limonite iron
ore will ba shipped from Mons, on
the P. G. & E., to the smelter at
Irondale, Wash. There is enough
iron ore in B. C. to keep many
plants in operation, when it is
developed>
In the Slocan, the new 150 ton
mill at" Alamo, one mile from
Three Forks will be in operation
by December. It is being built by
Clarence Cunningham, the latest
mining king of the Slocan. This
mill will treat the ores of the
Queen Bess, Idaho, Alamo., Wonderful and Sovereign. The equipment includes two 8-foot Hardinge
mills, Wilfley tables and flotation
plant.
In the Slocan the Whitewater
tailings, ponds and dumps are
under lease to M. S, Davys. It is
estimated that they contain aboufe
100,000 tons of workable material,
averaging 10 ounces in silver, and
considerable also in lead and zinc.
The 0. P. will haul the material feo
the Kaslo concentrator for $1.25 a
ton. A royalty of 15 per cent,
will be paid upon lead recoveries,
and 10 per cent on zinc. Mr.
Street of Seattle has an interest
with Mr. Davys in the enterprise.
Ife is expected that milling will begin this month.
Cure for Influenza
Sir,���following is a remedy for
influenza which should prove x��f
interest just at this time:
Ingredients���Pure phenol, Calvert's No. 1 (prepared for internal
use,) 24 drops in an 8 oz. bottle
of water, well mixed.
Dose���Two tablespoonfuls in a
wine glass of water three times in
24 hours. Children, half the dose.
One dose will be enough to prevent; three doses to cure. The
dose to prevent should not be
taken till the symptoms of influenza, (cold, chill, pains, etc ) show
themselves; then one dose will prevent it in less than half an hour.
This receipt came originally from
a physician in the West Indies,
who used it as a.remedy in malarial and other fevers. It came into
my possession from the Rev. A.
Q-. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's
Nurbury, W. Croydon, England.
To my knowledge it .has been used
in scores of cases of influenza,
without a single failure.
MRS. S. H. BRAKE.
485 Boleskine Road,   Victoria,
B. G, Oct. 5, 1918.
Six Blokes
The Fernie Free Prees wants to
know: "Wby some of those outsiders are continually harping
about the Austrians stirring up
strike trouble at Fernie. The
alien enemies who are employed
here are almost as tame as any old
cow. The real trouble-makars are
about six old country Englishmen,
who, if they created the same
amount of trouble in the TJ. S.,
would be serving about 20 years in
the pen.'7 .:yX 'V
R. L. DOUGLAS
ROOM l&.KxW. di BLOCK
NELSON .B.C.
Optonaetrist aad Graduate Optician, certified by Provincial Board of Examiners.
For Sale, Cash $6500
Ranch 320 acres, 55 acres under
cultivation, 30 being fruit trees,
8 head of horses. 16 head of cattle, cows,  calves and yearlings.
2 pigs, SO chickens. All kinds of
machinery,  tools,   and   harness.
3 tons of seed wheat, 5 tons of
spuds. Enough feed to winter
stock. Tbis property is known
as the Casselman Ranch I mile
from Boundary Falls, B. C. Apply to A. Boltz, Boundary Falls.
-A-l imE    LEDGE.     GREENWOOD,    B.   CL
 .-  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE
K.   A.
: ..ei:   \vi;h   t!.e  Unncrsity   of   Toronto
Kiopiri:    Hi     !'!;>-���!.,>.    li.c    !-l    ol    I )���. to'm -.
\ .    Ave. t'oru!::* ,
Calenuar   on   Application.
A.   GRANGE,  V.S..   M.S..   PRINCIPAL.
350 Airplanes Every Month;
i Board  Has Placed Contract for Lat- i
��� est Type of Engines i
\     Tin.-  number of      Canadians      who j
'have joined the Royal Air Force,^ and |
! its  predecessors,   the    Royal     Naval j
| Air  Service  and   the    Royal     Flying;
j Corps, since the outbreak of the wain's   not  available   for   publication   ow-
j ing   to   military   reasons.     The_ same
I secrecy,  however, is  not    applied   to
jthe other activities in Canada in con-
jnection   with   the     development    and
j maintenance  of  the  allies'    air     ser-
'. vice.
j In January of last ycar, the im-
ipi-rial munitions board, through Canadian Airplanes, Ltd., commenced the
'construction of airplanes for training
; purposes   in   Canada   :X.   the   national
Magnificent Cup Offered
For the Best Wheat
i
Is
The Jap as a Golfer
Pupil
'; Farmers Will Be Eager for the Dis-
j tinci        of Win  ' *.g This
i Cup
j    The    department      of    colonization
i and development    of    the    Canadian
an  Exceptionally    Apt    Pupil    in : Facitic Railway announces that: it will
,,,    . o ,,. .award   a   silver   cup   valued   at      five
Western Sport 'hundred   dollars   for   the   best  bushel
'lhe war has brought a considerable ; 0f ]i:lrf[ spring wheat exhibited at the
number of Japanese to London, and . Imernationnl Soil-Products Kxposi-
thev have discovered another "good J t;0ll at Kansas Citv, Mo, October 16-
thing" of the West���thc game of. 26, 1918. All fanners in Western
golf. Harry Vardon, the world s i Canada who have good hard spring
champion, who has been teaching sev- i wheat should be interested in this
eral of the Japanese, says tliat thcy | announcement and it is hoped that
arc exceptionally apt pupils, and im-��� among them will be found thc stic-
proving-rapidly. When they havc , ccsstiil competitor.
; lactorv, where the output 'of flying j been instructed how to swing the j Wheat has become a vital factor in
! machines lias now grown to a sub- club they do not proceed, like the | tlie conduct of the war and the rail-
: stantial total. The present capacity
jof   the   plant   is   300     machines      per
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mmwMmmmmmmm
Wood, Weiller & McCarthy were est ablished   1904,   and   have   direct   rep.
scntatives on the Chicago and St. Paul  Markets,  and  offices  at  Edmonton,  Alta.,  Stock Yards.
Tribute  to Railway Troops
Canadian  Railway  Troops Can Fight
as Well as Build Railways
Singular testimony how Canadian railway troops can light as well
fi build railways, is shown in the
story regarding the conferment of a
bar of the Distinguished Service Urd-
jr on Lt.-Col. Frederick Firldhouse
Clarke of Toronto.
"Jn an attack lasting four days he
organized sixteen Lewis gun teams
irom his battalion, making all arrangements for thc ammunition to be
brought on our lorries," says the Ga-
zctttc. This unit was entirely self-
contained. "The promptness and
alacrity with which they responded
for volunteers, thc splendid manner
in which the defence was organized,
and the coolness and enthusiasm displayed by all rank were largely due
to thc courage, inspiring example and
fine, leadership of their commanding
officer.'1
Health cannot be looked for iu the
child that is subject to worms, because worms destroy health by creating internal disturbances that retard
development and catisc serious weakness. Miller's Worm Powders expel worms and arc so beneficial in
their action that the systems of the
little sufferers arc restored to health-
fulness, all thc discomforts and dangers of worm infection are removed,
and  satisfactory growth is assured.
sur-
Western Flax Overlooked
j month, which, with the spares turn-
led  out is  equivalent  to 350  machines ( all    that    they    hav
monthly.
i     The     total     number   of     machines
���manufactured to the end of last May,
together witli  the   spares,    was   two
thousand.
j The number of employees engag-
' ed at this factory is 2,150, and re-
icenlly the plant has been engaged in
: conM hum ing a number of bombing
i planet for the United States navy.
I showing how closely the two allied
j countries of North America are co-
; operating in their effort lo beat the
;Hun.
j The imperial munitions hoard has
! placed .i contract for tlie coustruc-
1 tion   of  au   important   number  of   thc
average Englishman, to make an im- | way company hopes in this way to
mediate swipe at the ball. They j encourage production of the best var-
walk to one side, think over carefully j iclics. At the same time it is hoped
been told, and! this competition will focus attention
practise the swing two or three j upon the immense food-producing
times, to make sure that they have [ possibilities of Western Canada. Can-
absorbed the right idea before at- adian farmers have been winners of
tempting to hit the ball. Willi their J many competitions of the Jnterna-
wonderful agility and keen eyes, the , lional Soil-Products Exposition and
Japanese will be great golfers some | the winning of this cup by one of
day. | lhcir  number  would  be  an appropri
ate climax to a series of triumphs.
It is, expected that boards of trade,
agricultural societies, farmers' organizations and other public bodies
throughout Western Canada will in-
i teres! themselves in seeing that thc
very best bushel of wheal in each of
BABY'S GREAT DANGER
DURING HOT WEATHER!
.More little ones die during thc hot i
weather than at any other time of!
the year.    Diarrhoea, dysentry, eliol-
latest   improved   ivpcs  of high-power  era  infantum   and  stomach     troubles
  ! airplane engines lo be used in equip- 'colllc  without  warning,  and  when   a
Locating   Linen   Factory   in   Ontario . ping  lighting    planes   fir  service
Instead   of  in  the  West : me
n -      , i ��        ���    ���        I pri:
/lax  expert  or   tlie     Dominion ���
says
<;   mix   expert  or
Experimental   Farm  at   Ottawa
it i.s the intention  of  th
lo bring some fifty flax spinners and
from   Ireland  this   fall.
fighting    planes   < ir  service    at
front.     This  is  a  somewhat  sur-
ng development for a country so
young  as     Canada    in   thc    airplane
s   this    particular
UH"��"     s'l^i making  industrv,     a
c gpvernmen    dcsi    " of        ;���<. re.
their  lamihes
They intend to usc these to start up j
the   manufacture  of  flax  products   in
Ontario.    A  linen   factory  lias    been
established at  Guelph.        The    Irish
spinners   are  likely   to     be       located |
there.     Many women     and     children !
arc pulling Max in Ontario fields now
for the  purpose.    Ontario  has  18,000
acres  of flax under    cultivation    and
thirty-eight mills havc been established.    Thcy talk of 70,000 acres of Ontario being put to flax next year
I est
medicine is not at hand to give
promptly the short delay too frequently means that the child has passed beyond aid. Baby's Own Tablets should always L*o kept in homes
Sine represents thc high-! where there arc young children. An
class   of  workmanship    attained   occasional dose  of the  Tablets     will
their respective districts is entered
in this competition. Individual farmers will also, no doubt, bc eager for
the distinction of winning this cup.
Particulars as to thc exhibit may be
had hy addressing Robert J. C. Stead,
Publicity Agent, Department of Colonization and Development, C.P.R.;
Calgary.
of
his  nature  yet
m    any    machine
produced.
No engines are manufactured at
the national plant, but arc supplied
from various outside sources and
assembled and mounted there. The
principal materials entering into the
construction of the machines���apart
from the engines���arc spruce, fir
and high-grade linen, all of which
arc used in fabricating the wings. A
large number of women are employed at thc plant in this capacity.  Thc
.... ,,1 11 c r~\     .        ' ...v.     |/ii.iil    ii.     iiiia    \_njvn^ii\.      i ui.
Why  all  lhc   talk  is    of     Ontario , bodics of t])c ]llacIlincs aro composed
seems a mystery. Between 1911 am;
1915 the average flax production acreage of the three prairie provinces
was 1.215,000 acres, producing about
12,903,000 bushels a ycar. That was
produced for seed and the straw
practically went to waste, as usual. Is
Ontario to develop a paltry 70,000
acres to serve the government purposes and the western fields to be
neglected? It assuredly looks as if it
prevent stomach and bowel troubles,
or if these troubles come suddenly
the prompt use of the Tablets will
cure the baby. The Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
or the wooden    frame covered
canvas.      Thc seating space is
with
protected by an aluminum frame, and
the propellers arc made of mahogany.
In connection with the training of
Canadians as airmen, the imperial
munitions board lias secured
grounds, creeled buildings and furnished equipment necessary for thc
carrying on of the work of thc Royal
would bc a better paying investment   Air "Force  at its  various  flying cen
to locate thc manufacturers    in     the
West.
There is a growing need of increased production of flax to meet
war needs, as linen is required for
airplane wings, machine gun -webbing, ambulance covers and linen
shoe thread.    The Dominion flax ex-
Literary  Veterans
Quite   recently   the  world   was
prised  to  hear of  the  death  of
husband    of    Charlotte  Bronte,   ...... _...,,, ...      ...   . ....
Shortly afterwards  of the: widow r^
rwVnthoVy:;Trollppe.: :;7These    survivals  Ln'J'ciW .'Myself: in   thcr:big  fields -of
Ires, including Camp Borden, Armour
Heights; Lcaside, Camp-Mohawk and
Beamsville.
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
What We Have Gained
the! pert has ycars of experience in grow-
and J jng flax and some, in .its manufacture, ..^0, Hundred^and   Fifty   Thousand
.sceni  remarkable, : thcy; are  nothing
; out ;'of rthc ordinary when, cijie; coincs
to ;investigate ;/ such ./inatters./;'""-.'������ The
; widOwhpQd pf The" Countess pf  Des-;
jnondj; ���:\viip.',-'di'e4.:'l9te1y;\;e'^tepd.ed'-ito-';
: 70 years;//; Agnes ;^
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the "third,:f!arl,;:'having;;!p;st; his wile
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flax: in/the West? Is our strtiw not
.suitable/?:iiCould we. not make it;-so;?
���Regina Leader.    :
i'y Corns, cripple7 the  feet /iiid   i,make
walkirig ;arlprture,:;:yef; stfre ^relief Vin
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rrAfterthc-Jast-r splendid';  advance
pf; tlie;; allied   TorqcsC- Jifr ;:fi;pnt : of
Amiens, yve :heardr'ra; man:: aslc rvvhat
\sJas .the:: gain of "taking: these;  rshpi;-
tbrn.r hehircts;:tp. liini ;thcy were, biit
heaps: 6f: ruins ;sur.roii'nde'd.i:bj"^aryd.cii
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Rigid  Economy  Necessary
Only by Elimination of Waste    Can
Transportation  of   Necessities
Be Effected
The following cable has been
transmitted to Canada from the food
controllers'  conference in  London:
''Resolved that while the increased
production of the United Slates and
Canada rendered it possible to relax some of the restrictions which
have borne with peculiar hardships
upon all our people, yet it is absolutely necessary that rigid economy
and elimination of waste in the consumption and handling of all food
stuffs, as well as increased production, should be maintained throughout thc European allied countries
-and in North America; that it is only
by such economy and elimination of
waste that the transportation of thc
necessary men and supplies from
North America to the European front
can be:accomplished, and stocks of
foodstuffs can; be built tip In North
America as" an -insurance against .the
ever: present .danger of harvest; fail-
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large ; emergencyi; drafts7;to Europe;,
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ter: the fppd iprpblem pii tlie 'basis of
one iyear's \\var;: and tliati'iwe ���;.. inust
prepare for its: lp��g;;:continuance .IF
wc are: tp assure absolute victory.".
Tlie conference: was heldiipn: July
22iid arid tire food ��� controllers of
Great Britain, UnUed iiStates, i Fra.nce
and;;TtaJy wererrprcsent. : ;:Mbst ��� rep-,
cpuragingi was the ireporTias. to' ;the
siiccessi that: lias been acliicved by the
efforts;: of i Canada rand irthei,.United;
'Statiis'tdi-tide^
ical:;periiodi:which isCj: in ratirritltCi bc->
ginning ofi ;thc;rpresientri:i'&?Xi':x}>ij'';'
rHbbver's-rspcechrlias licartened;;; iia^
;!ie;d::;Europe;;ahd;sho\yhii;Ge:rmaiifc
libpelessr prospect site lias" of ^starv^
iiiigi; Great: Britain: and.her; allies; ,sby
licrrsubniariiie;7 if rightfulness.;:: Q-vving
ito the; success:of tlie ihoff preidtictioh
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'cc��rip:hi.}v'l6f::'tH:^
theiiiuise '0f ibacon iincl all porkr;:?pro-
diictSriirCaiiadar ihayi:noXxrelax,:���; for
������'t'Ji'c jri-.ti.ii.i'ic.'.. -:'.'l jei.ti ^fi,i^:: t-h c':c'; r'e giving i'.p ii s': .���;���' '-���^./"".
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pbrkAvas; cpnscryed:;;fpir7:ic>ipbrt;;i;::^lie;
iCana:da:ii:fbb;d;;boar(lr;;Jiaviei:iian:npiii^
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Hadn't Exceeded  Speed Limit
At   the  evening  meal   Willie      was
disposing of his soup with speed and
noise.
"Willie!" said his mother in a reprimanding tone.
Willie knew immediately what his
mother meant and, assuming an injured air, replied: "Aw, I wasn't going half as fast as I could."���Ladies'
Home  Tournal.
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USB
A Picture
with Each Purchase
Each time you buy a package
of Ingram's Toilet aids or Perfume your druggist will give you,
without charge, a large portrait
of a world-famed motion picture
actress. Each time you get a
different portrait so you make a
collection for your home. Ask
your druggist.
F. F. Ingram Co., Windsor, Ontario
Ingt&m's
fSouvcrdint
Face. Powdery
The daintiness of a complexion always
free from oiliness and shininess is the
desire of every woman. Best of all p'ow-
Sers is Ingram's Velveola Souveraine
Face Powder. It keeps the skin smooth
and attractive. Hides minor blemishes,
the little wrinkles, and blends so mar-
velously with the complexion that it is
scarcely visible. It adheres even tho
the skin be warm and moist, and it has
a refined and gentle fragrance, 50c.
For the sake of youthful charm, use Ingram's Milkweed Cream. Its daily use
enables you to retain the charm and
color of girlhood. It is curative and
healthful for the skin tissues. Two sizes,
50c and $1.00. Your druggist has a complete line of Ingram's toilet products
including Zodenta for the teeth, 25c.
(%)
Bear Island,  Aug. 26,  1903.
Minard's   Liniment  Co.,  Limited.
Dear Sirs,���Your traveler is here
today and we are getting a large
quantity of your MINARD'S LINIMENT. We find it the best Liniment on the market, making no exception. Wc havc been in business
13 years and have handled all kinds,
but have dropped them- all but yours;
that sells itself; the others have to
be pushed to get rid of.
AV. A.  HA GERMAN.
Vision
A Battlefield Meeting
New  York Woman Taking  Care   of
Wounded Son
A New York woman attached to
the American Red Cross happened to
be in Paris and volunteered to help
in taking care of the wounded coming
in from thc battlefield. Shc was
working busily when startled by a
loud cry  of "Mother!"
Turning, she saw her son, a young
lieutenant in thc United States army.
He had been wounded in the leg by
shrapnel. The iirst news she had
had that her son was engaged in thc
battle was when she heard his cry.
She obtained permission to accompany him to a hospital. After seeing
that he was attended lo she wewi
back to the station to cheer, as she'
said, the boys who had no hope of
finding a mother to welcome  them.
The mother is a prominent social
worker in Ncw York and has been
doing Red Cross relief work among
the refugees in France. Her w-ork
usually keeps her in the south of
France.
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bring back health, appetite
and strerigth-^talce
Ktgor for Iris "Overthrown  ;J:li; kiioivs
it '.wc'llj. 'bitvt sirrong ��� in:; ithc  faith;     of
FraTi:c:e; jvjifo'h lie prc^clieis1 with btirii
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uiarcJif-s'���'riglit'otij; with; his icyes fiix,c<J
upon tjie goal: The' spirit :pf Firaiice
ii-iifli-ntfe's. liiiii^thc intrepid: spirit
\chicli has ever reiidcred hs'r invin-
rildc���wlicit she vvas true to iierscl,f.
iJ'lnr prime/iniuiste* of Felice in thiis-
s'tip-r* me-.-vfay of hXv tiial shares the.
[dory iyy tiicJifroc;s who have died for
Irtrr.' }!c.: too. "hasrhiadc French -jri'-s-
jory. -grt'tft."'���. Fipiii the' London
TiitHs.  .��� :;::: '"���'���'
iXnrgptt Sftle of apT Mediciae 5ri the, World
Sold etezrwherv.   In boleSiZSc,
ar'vvar-weairv:
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ov'ier'iariifiveri^eari'/
t:;r7rTJiat;i;rthcs;c:;i;ehtPU>a:gi"'^
pa;sfr;enoirt;s:;idQ,:nptii;niic'ai;rAlii
.geri;:i;Si;7i-f' tifpycihra ji Xi th a tirieyeryrrii'c.ccs-'
jrsityjif^f'i^
. ;^rr::^.:iv'j:;scit]fi':iRi:lhc^v;eve^
" ������''' ���"������'��� irinoiiientv;.;!ofgo:tte7rii ;:;;.;^igid;rre:cphpiny
^nrld:;i--yXnX:cliinihat:i0iiri:of:*wrastr iiix all jifopd
x ���'.'i'iirjstiiifts:'iriuist;.:j)c;7:;cion:iiuiir
    ih'sCrlrar
Business  Man Who   Looks   Further
Than the Simple Commercial
Transaction
Whenever yoii meet ai really successful, business man, rnd have an
opportunity, for conversation with
liim, you can have an example of
what 1 mean when 1 use the word
yisionas the heading for this.. The.
business man who makes solid success always looks further ��� than the
isiiii'pleir'.'iicpm-iiiierci.aV'. traiisactipn."���'���;':;i"'-y.;'i:.���'
; Suppose ;-a man; is; ini fhcrhusiness
of litakihg nails. ;If he buys so much
iron and pays ; sd much wages; for
that iroiitp be wrbught into shapes
���witli-:-flat.-.:'heads,: and^ ish'^rp points.at
a defiiiedi i distaihee ; between each
other,; and. .then sells ;ii them; as iiails.
at a price wdiich allows iiini a :marr
giii after payirig all his costs, lie
���i.ni.afces arprdfit,;:but hcTs -notia'rc-al
.;-b.iis,|rie-ss;:'::f i;iaii;';., .;*.
; rilt iis mcccSSary, and it iis: expected
rilia-trariiail-makerrsllpuld; dp' more
t.jjan-;;'';iliisV;''Hi_!-::':shb'u
packedrihrthc;,'-,ngh;t.'.i kitid; pf ;bags:;pr
boxps :rifpr; rtriihsipbrtatioh, r sd-.rt
llieyvwrll arrive i;iu; respectable; cbn-
ditiPii. lie- should see;ri;those i:;:vcry::
-hails; 'driven , into '.'.���pieces of wood in
arbtiildingirandrrihe should, see.','���-.-t-hpse;,
sa:nie; iiailsTpfmiiigi"'.'a small; but:-,yital--^
ly, imppi-tant-Spartrriri: hdldihgi that
bhildiiigiitpgcthe;^ -riniponi :;\vliich rcpn-;
ditionf itlici;'safcit:yii:Pf;inany.; human:: fee-
ings i and ;-the::;prqservatibn:rof ::i. much,
���s"61i'��i-'.: -value v;:iii'';-i,,'(;.cp n ii.ii'6<l itis.'s ���;' -,.i-:':.-iri'igh t;
���;easilyi.:;d.cpc;n,d:.iCii:;:;r:::',i::i:ii;r Xi- >r. .-'-rv
.Vi-i'Jif'���'������ih^;."-.'^ees.i:;:?v;$'p'.;^
lifctter;;;i.y:aluc;i:r��ind-::ii gctiirliifi.lie!r."r:prices
: ancl iniprci:: prpfit.; ;r;Iiv' a :7\vprd,;; better,
;bliSiiTes^;;;;;He;7:\vill:;iecasCr:tpirhei
��� Giiaiv-.j^ai'virtedi'iiiiiy.^
'shapeiiiQf'iiliar Trbfiv Irt: ricttirnrior :;l?ib>'
;arcr'si:pay77i::;and;:rwi!i::lie
i,ii.'ess:j';iii:an;'v;?4yha.!;'^
.lTspb'iisibiliticsriin ;,thc ;i;;wbrld;i; rcceiiv:-
iing: rcoiiipetisatibri :X ^ecprdtiig; to    his
.'���li.piv;e'r~p::-;iv.i^\'l
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Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.
Thousands of dollars have been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma
and seldom, if-ever, with any reiicf.
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy,
despite its assurance of benefit, costs
so little that it is within the reach of
all. It is the national remedy for
asthma, far removed from the class
of doubtful and experimental preparations.    Youri dealer can supply it.
i      The .Kaiser's Dream
The kaiser, speaking to Dr. Arthur
Davis, his American dentist, as qiiot-1 the rifles spoke and jiejell dead.
the New York-
Only Given Two Hours
Pathetic  Story  of the End    of    U
Ex-czar
Given two hours in which to prepare for the end, Nicholas Romanoff,
former Russian emperor, was taken
out by his executioners in a state of
such collapse that it was necessary
to prop him against a post, says the
Lokal Anzciger, of Berlin, which-
claims to liavc received from a high
Russian personage an account of the
emperor's last hours.
Nicholas was awakened at 5 o'clock
on the morning of thc day of his execution by a patrol of a non-cimmis-
sioned officer and six men. He was
told to dress and was then taken to
a room where the decision of the
Socict council was communicated _ to
him. He was informed the execution
would bc carried out in two hours.
The former emperor, it is added,
received the announcement of the
sentence of death with great calmness. He returned to his bedroom
and collapsed in a chair. After a
few minutes hc asked for a priest,
with whom he was allowed to remain unattended. Subsequently fie
wrote several letters.
When the escort arrived to take
him to the place of execution, Nicholas attempted to rise from his chair,
but was not able. The priest and
a soldier were obliged to help hiin
get to his feet. The condemned man
descended the stairs with difficulty
and once he fcH down.
As lie.was unable to stand without
support when the place of execution
was reached he was propped against
a post. He raised his hands and
seemed   to    be   trying to speak, btit
ed by the latter    in
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"From my ichildhoodr r I_ have been
under:: the r; influence of five ; men���f
Alexander, Julius Caesar, Theodoric
II., Napoleon iahdii Frederick the
Great. These fiveiiiieh dreamed Uieir
dream of a world empire; thCy failed;
;;:; ;"I; am dreaming iny: i dream of a
world empire, but I shall succeed I"
; "Here; Iahi, nearly 60 years of age,
and7 ; must i rebuild ;;the -;whple;i::; of
'���Europe-!"- ;������':;���;
:.". ''Gernianrr'Efficien'cy'^
. The -i ''-ies lilT7:' of:, Hinder rfoiiriihiiieht''
among ; tli fi  tier n i aii   civil i;in-r popular
'���lion   -is;/'sitojyMX; jjy. iir sciitun<?ti; iii an;
���a-ru��'l-e/ii:v..'M
;articl;eY;X\;l^
" aiit!:! <':*>r>;" iioils;bf tlje: f-bst of nipvihgiiv're-i
;.0njl_|'f:ers   io:  iiliii cplbsSal 'prices:, ���charged;
���i:i.p;r-;'xv;ngri;^
:| ers .:A\iigi;s.,:���;������'���.'���'{t iCibiitiiiiieS; :' '���Tp.ritliis
! iiijist 1k' adtii-d t;ie iaicf tliat itliP ivprik*
ryyy., owing /to tlie \%;\y. nourishment,
jiierodiij/lisit.r33;:;:. to ?X per :r;eiiif, less
\y-hfk in   a  diiy  thah: nbrnially.''".
X. i'ir'W'here {''He.; ''Got'; the:'i:;pther;;:;:V'i.;"i;ii'
-: A; Boer,who ;foi!ght/i:with7:the; Brit-i
ish forces; in the East Africanivicsiriir'
paign ivas r recently operated iih fori
extractibn of bullet Shortly vafterwards an English stirgeph remarked
tb;iljirri^."By thp'-by, /iyc;.;itpok;,'%o .-bui-7
lets put of ������'.-yoii-. ;Did ;you; know there
were two?" "Oh* yes;" replied ihe
Bber:; "one ;i;g;pt;frpni the;i Germans
.and'/.the ���ipthcr^-frpin: iypu; beggsirs- ;-;>at
;!Colenso."; IxXyxi  Xyxxyxi        i:XX;XX;.x: ���/'.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as tlicy cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and
that is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition
of the:mucous lining ol the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is infiamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, Deafness is tae result
Unless the ..inflammation', can he reduced aud
this tuber restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever. Many
cases ��of deafness are caused by eatarrh,
which: is an inflamed condition of tiie mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts through
the blood on the mucous surfaces oi the ��*��'���:
tem.
Wewill give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot bl
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Circular!
free.     AU Druggists,  7Sc    :
;    F. J. CHENEY & CO.; Toledo. OW*
rdliecl ;p��tintrios;:io';gii:ttd:';nRa;M1^, ,,,���, ..: ��� . .,. .,.,.������������   .    ,,.. .. ������x::x-.::ry:i..-x-'- n-^x ..-x.-.
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:fPbd;;::i):ri)ihirtipiiV;;:iind:;;;i;i;rpiis^r
a tf'- still; v'i t;vl-i to tlif> rsiie:r;(:'s;s fiil// pro.sf:-, | -;^ '.?;/.'-;::y^'-?.':l' ^ -^ i' r'L.v: ;;':'::i;ii;';: iii-iij2_ii:-./A- >i:-":^-'>':-?':r;': i': ^:':i ���" -v;':j?^ t;,^
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fiv1;l:y'77;:p:tit.(':S/'r
,:ri''''::vrrrErilliant."i;
/viMrs^ i-r Spaiiksi; i(ticjccted:lyi);-;^/-Oiir
cpplcriis: going; ibrleavejiiFi-aiik.rrSlie
yayS;i:ir;the5/.::rk;itchcnette.::;7''".is'U:'t:;;:/r!a'rg^
chough tp i;turii:;/a;roiihd'/' in.':;.:';/;/���'
;.; Mr.;;Sparlcs7TT*By;/Gebrgel/jr/vvondr
er' if  she'll  stay if i^^i
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Canada's War Bread \i
Ganada's ivar bread is made: from
90 per cent, wheat flour and 10 pet
cent, substitutes, This; makes ith��
Ipai ia little darker but "it; is just as
palatable as ever, if ipropcrly; made,
and just as intitritious/: The Canada
fpbd-; Dbard warped; bakers ;not to
iise artificial lncans of whitening war
.bread;--"::/;;;.
���.r'Similatity';7';7:;;^
Sign  in   a isaiopn-���"Dp not    treat
the harteiidcr; it is like paying    tht
.cohductoir'sr;fa.re.'''ir:;;::;':r;
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ihivr;:vyar:;<lisp!:;iy e<J-1
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enlist^
coo^s; eOTIOKx-ROOT^ COMPOUND;
;;���:_;.;. ;,Glevef iRtise '���"'��� .
:.-;'H^ liiid-be'rir'jiiarrif/ii iiWiii; iii -yVsr i
rriid hadMiifccii .to;-Vj,cntting "his XtiXni-'i
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���No. 3. -:|5pe* box.   Sold by all y.'.'.in :;u^l/li(i\- tqxi'ouie: (!o\s 'n- and-' meet
<Jrtft,Sistfr;or j^rt'newl*;.!��-���: l.iiiV'-a
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A War Victim
.''AX'hat's iiecoihe Pf Biggins?
"!&':> laid -up,,: a yicii'n butli.
"���]���' didii't  evtMi. kiioiv Ire iiad
ied,'' " ..',    -���-.'..���     '   '.. .;..''
"iie ha?hi:.:  ''i-l'!.fe>-s--i��.r,aiH;(.vd li-iis'ijvrynx
iielling how...filings otiglit:tci-hi-. (lone."
;*��� Boston Traiiseript. -
I'-.-
.   ;"���������" The/-Mart's' .:L,ast "VV;qrd/:::i..;ii.;;
���" ��� ilii ;i:���%.<(iidpii -h'vis'' * iii;tin 'iii: (���ivili.iii;
gath !i:'p:sC/.ii.i!.d';'..PiTi,r"e.d his _><'iif to ..'-ii,
'WOiniiii-.''  ."���"''. ������.       :;.'..'7 ������;'.
"I lie Ver iic-virpi   fitvb.i'Ji   f roiu, vl;i��:k-
i'i's," she :srti(l vvtilii'ringli::
"JiaiUiMiy" lix;-..replied , blaiiilly,
\Va'$ all through ������G'.tllj'pbli, ipid: if;;>v'(;'d::i
;:; /rViiisiraiiiirlitii)!;^
put;;/! hiC'/r-'Vi igii'tcsiti... >., ....,���.,,.���,............,.,_.. _.
���l.ir'i'-.-' ti/iiiit'bi'y; ,-;iin'7r/,;t,lii'.;'':.i 'iiiriiiir^v/'^riltcti;'
vviir/i-aiiHi'slic ������'. lip re i iit'r rslnirc- 'r/inj
ic.i rl\i:J:n ii. 'i^V.iic- i--i i i.iii'.-ti ;>:-"-.''-��. * \ V't-^ ������;':'���!' c>;f... ',t j' tt*".-vi.s;l ;v ii t? Si/
iiiid; :*iii!: i> 'sXi-Qiigly ppppsedrio ilie;
riiririi; <)i fliat dairgi-rpiisi Jindi'treacli-;
.c*:p.ii,_>:.^
iiigiius; to i^iluit/i/ii-Iianges ilii;:,  idistjiifit.
r 1 fiitiire;ri.iia\'spr6(hic;o, it iiiay ;be t-pnfi-
1 iiitiy ;issj;i':t':'<l i tiluit ;during ilie lives7
had ���'��s miicli .PQ'Sv'd.t'.r- as:'yptii iniye;; biir;
yoiir faCtri M/c'd: lravi-ljot Up (i/ortsfan^l
ai.ii'bpl'e    iii    no    titiic
ii/iazcttc, ,;;
ot;
any
:;(iiiild>(/n of /Biit Is li   race avIiP.
arc' iiP>v; bid   <>nptighir: t'b:; ��� uiiderjvtahtl
Tcwrte.Qnli- tfimiriiiW'WlmJ ''���
/ / (THK NKW FRENCH REMEDY. H.y.H.1 NAX
m^ME^AmoNi^m^i
rest juccMf.'Cf KtS-ciirovic wiir.NESS. ufsr 'vi.oob:.;
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   mOMTij,   ���vKi-tiia* FREE bcck'to JJn/'XerCLtKOrr
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l^itilcr iloeturiii.g i'ivikl mn)X~��\ip- j
post'' 1 Should Ire taken avviiy .siltldvii- (
ly, .\ylirtt w-btild -become of yOp? i
" Sim^Oli.,. I'd be here, guvnor!
i-jii(>.sti.o'n;i^,_ivliat. would-/become
yrp-ii'i^il^b^iQji:  Iranttfript//;.:/:;;:':; ;..':
\\'<:~tiuinstcriAyl,'lt ^lfe ^vivr/iirirans, '^eriiraiiyr/Wili:
liievKr l/��! iffi'ste'd agaui:,.:'and tier   /al)--
.(i^Pli:Ce: fioiii   the  ivatftrS. cpntigLipVi.s  tp
';;\its!ri}li;t' \\i 11 always i);e preferred; io
j'Jiw ptirseiic* tl'tc're...   VV.*;' dp libt seek
in- obtairt TOM'trr-d ��� of     iiew    fi-rrlfor}-
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we s*'f-k it t��i piistirfr Pur sifety. This
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if o riei I ��� d /kill i ai /thah!
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Jhriine^s^cohd^pfa'ee^fithey^
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THE    ItfiLDGB.    iiiUiU^WOOD.    &  &
Thc German Crown Prince'
Described  as a  Ridiculous  Character
By One  Who  Knew  Him
The   crown~prir.ce     of  Germany  is
ianuisiiig  and    pleasant     and    not  s<>
���stern  as   iiis   father,   but   a   really   dc-
ilieious  character iu  many   ways.     He
��� is a logical development of his birth
jand environment.  Hc  is well  cducal-
icd and can talk well, but often docs
' so foolishly.    He is vain.    He thinks
he looks like his ancestor,  Frederick
the Great, and in  point of fact there
is a  marked  resemblance  about    the
face of the crown prince lo  the picture   of the    great     Frederick.       Ue
jpos.es with  his hands  on his hips, in
the  attitude  so often  depicted  in  liie
pictures  and  statues  of his  ancestor,
i Hc is athletic.    His fair game of ven-
|nis   is   spoiled  by    inattention     while
j watching the onlookers to sec if they
ihavc noted a good stroke.
,    i     'Before the war he  frequently  l.ilk-
t"ejed about it in a way to show that he
j would  force it on surrounding coui:-
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The Old Girl is Game
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Complete   Expulsion     Reduces
German Organization
It is  announced  that  the    Chinese j }."�� jf allowed.    Among thc    things
,    .,   , , ���   that   I   heard  in  those  days,      which
government has decided to deport all|nKulc 110 great jn,prcssjon on me be-
Gcrinans.   This, decision   affects     bc-j cause 1 suppose it was impossible for
tween 7,000 and 10,00 persons; the dc-   mc to believe that the Germans were
portees are to be interned in Austra- , setting  the stage  for  this great  war
Iia  until  the     end   of  thc   war,    and ��� v'as a
transportation is to begin nt thc earliest possible  moment. A  Tokio   cor-
Douglas & Co., Napanee, Ont.
A Deed of Mercy
The Savage  Darkness in Which  Out-
Days are  Plunged
As Hindenburg and the kaiser camc'lls t:oaI ,ast
down, as we read, from Mont d'Hiver,
during the recent offensive, lliey saw
on the edge of a crater two wounded
Britisii soldiers. The kaiser ordered
that thcy should be cared for; their
wounds were hound up and they were
given'      brandy,        and brought
round from unconsciousness. That is
thc German account of it, and it maybe true.    It was a kindly act.
Probably  had it nol  been  for  this,
the two men would havc died amoin
those desolate craters; no one would
have known and no one could have
been blamed for it.
. , The contrast of this spark of im-
conversation out at the  tennis j nf,.inl  ki,ul)U.ss>    against    Uie  gloom
background
! Britain Has Been a Good  Neighbor
j to the United States
We owe Kngland a cheer for this.
The old girl is game. She has, in
the nautical phrase of one of her own
favorite sons���and ours���laid a poi.it
closer to the wind for us than a man
could expect of his own married
wife. She has stood by at every
crisis from the start. Her destroyer
ili-CL tuok the sea before ours was
ready and battled the submarine nt a
time when it seemed that monster
miglit dispute our passage. She sent
:oal last winter when thousands
of tons of ships were tied up in our
own harbors for want of fuel. Let's
not forget it. England's been a good
neighbor and a good ally right
through the time when most of- tlie-
flowers we were sending down to
thc footlight were marked for her
co-star, La Belle France. Let's not
forget that she never failed to join
her voice to ours in acclaiming that
wonderful people���and kept right on
doing hard, practical, handy jobs for
us.���Kansas Oitv Star.
I
|club  where  wc    spent    many    alter
! noons.     The  crown  prince,  who  had
respondent states "that this is thc se-
Terest blow ever dealt at German
commerce. .The bulk of the deportees arc business men. Many of
them are prominent merchants who
for years past, with the aid of subsidized steamship lines and state
banks, havc frequently deprived British merchants of contracts which
���hotild have been theirs on the merits of the case. The present complete
expulsion reduces the German organization in China to ruins, ancl, in the
only possible way, puis an end lo the
German propaganda, which, since
1914, has never ceased to poison ihe
Orient against the allies.
been  playing  tennis   with   a   man   of
the   F.nglish   embassy,   came    up     to
where  1   was standing talking  to  the
wife of the man he had been  playing
wilh, and in  the course of conversation  he said that he  was going ovcrjj)is c���,������j(.Si  v-\n  remember  it
to  Dantzic    on     a  visit,  and      when | who  knows but  that    when
asked  what  took liim   there  lie  said:.) ���eC{]s it hjs reward for it will bc giv
Oh, 1 must look over iny Russian i cn   |,;m.     j.-or   ru(las>   lhcy   sa      011CC
neighbors, for I am going to war with I gavc l,js cloak'iii  his youth, but    of
compassion, to a    shivering    beggar,
who_ sat  shaken   with  ague,   in   rags,
ol tlic_ background of the war that
thc kaiser made, is a pleasant thing
lo see, even though it illuminates for
only" a moment the savage darkness
in which our days are plunged. It
was a kindness that probably will be
long remembered to him.    liven   wc,
And
nows but  that    when most  hc
THEFIRST LINE OF DEFENSE
Heroes Ail
on
Work of British
Mystery Ships
Craft
Pure blood is the body's first line
of defense against disease. Strong,
healthy blood neutralizes thc poisons
of invading germs, or destroy lhe
germs themselves. That is why
many people exposed to disease do
not contract it. Those whose blood I
is weak and watery and therefore |
lacking ,in  defensive power are
The Heroic Men    Below    Deck
Merchant  Ships
Would the Zecbrnggc victory have
I been what it was had her stokehold
(not been filled with heroes? An old
ship with old boilers but needing,
above all things else, speed, especially on the home run, she was at the
mercy of her stokers and engineers.
A bump told them the Vindictive had
gained the Mole. Not much else was
known about the fortunes of the day
until  home was reached.
It is said that when the engineer
commander entered the boiler room
and asked the artificer engineer what
he had to say about his men the reply was what every one of them
must have rejoiced to hear: "I am
not going lo say anything for or
against them; but if I was going to
hell tomorrow night 1 would have
the same men with me."
Admiral Sir David Bcalty knows
where to find heroes and he says
that high up on the roll of British
heroes must be placed the. names of
the engineers and their staffs on
board ships of war. .Equally heroic
arc lhc men below deck on merchant
ships. Willi almost no chance of escape and with almost absolute certainty of being hit when  the dastard-
A  Lesson  in Americanese
The Explanation of   an    Expressive
Bit  of Americanism
In  London   one  night  toward    the
them soon, and want to know    what
they are doing."
At another time, not long before Ji',',""bitter need. And the years went
tins, he said to a friend of mine when j by and Hulas forgot his deed. And
she asked him why hc didn t go to hong aflcr in Hej, Jlulas tlic sav
Tans: Oh, I shall go to Pans, but was given one dav's respite at the
1   can  only- go in   one  way.       ,. {cn(l of CV(.rv. Vl-ar i,'ccausC! o[ this one
When she asked him what he | kindness he had done so long since
meant   he   said:      At   the  head  of  a!jn   his   youth.     And   ��cry     year   hc
a  day  and  cools
,, t   ,  -,- ,      ,.,-,.       i -"-���'    ��'in"'ii     i��c    Arctic    bergs;
then, but ol course he did, and  lhcy;oncc every year for    century     aftcr
,.^.,in_  in;   ��,..u.       m   mc   ncau   oi   a ��� m   |,ls   youth.     And
victorious army, but I-shall bc there |jr0C<.    t]"e     s.lv   for
| before long.;    It didn't seem possible ! himself    among    th
were the  thoughts  uppermost  in   his
mind at all  times.
I   have   seen   hiin     at    the     tennis
every year for    century
century.
Perhaps some sailor on watch on>t
misty evening, blown far out of his
course away lo the north, i-aw something  ghostly    once    on  an    iceberg
end  of  February,     Don   Martin,      of j courts,  where  the  diplomatic     corps
thc   Ncw   York   Herald,   and   1   were jand  a  certain   number    of    Germans
wS6  illcl|SlrandIab���� Trafalgar j were apt  to  congregate  every after- \ i'loalins bv, or heard  sonic voice   in
bquaie.    In lie murk of the unhglit-| noon in good weather, playing tennis   the  dimness   that    seemed    like     lhc
eel street wc bumped into a group otjwith  a  couple of  English  diplomats,
four   uniformed    figures. Looking I and the finest tennis players in  Gcr-
close wc made out that one was
au
American soldier, that one was a
lanky Scot in kills, slightly under the
influence of something even more
exhilarating than the skirl of the
pipes, and that the remaining two
were English privates. We gathered right away that an international
discussion of some sort was under
way. At the moment of our approach   reason  to suppose lhat hc will make
thc American, a little dark fellow
who spoke with an accent that betrayed his Italian nativity, had the
Poor, or rather hc had the sidewalk:
Wc halted in lhe half-darkness to
listen.
"Its lika theos," expounded the
Yanko-ltalian, "w'en I say T should
worry' it mean���it mean���why, it
mean I shouldna not worry. You
getta mc, huh?"
Hc glanced about him, plainly
pleased with thc very clear and comprehensive explanation of this expressive bit of Americanism, which
had come to''liim in a sudden burst
of inspiration
many, stop a game three-quarters of
an hour while hc talked to some girls
on the side lines. Etiquette demanded that these men should stand and
wait for him. He seems quite crazy
about petticoats, and always appears
to long to attract attention. Hc certainly has not made a namc for himself in  this  war  and  I
can  sec
no
a good emperor.���By Neville Taylor
Ghcrardi, wife of the former United
States Naval Attache to the Em-
oassy in Berlin, in thc Saturday
Evening Post
Minard's   Liniment for  Sale   Everywhere.
Parrots as Air Sentinels
Behavior of Certain Animals   Under
War Conditions
An  English writer has made sonic
interesting  studies  of    the    bchavior
_,,   -     , ,        ,.,,,,    iot certain animals under war  condi-
Thc others stared at him blankly. ' tions. From him we learn" that par-
It was one of .the Englishmen who I rots were employed as sentinels at
broke the siknce. , the Eiffel'Tower    in    Paris.      They
You   avc   notlun   to     worry    ha- ��� could  be  relied upon   to  give   warn-!
bout hat all, aud so you say that you  ing of  an  approaching    aircraft     at
hare worryin'���his that hit?" he in-j least twenty minutes before it could P.vi11 ca.rc to bc at sen that day, and
quired. The American nodded.. be seen by thc naked eye. These ���lew w*" r's^ being driven by stress
"Well,  then,  hall  Hi can say  his  hit   birds,   however,  grew   "bored"     after'0/ weather  on  thc  kaiser's   night   to
voice of man, and came home with
this weird story. And perhaps as
the story passed from lip to lip men
found enough justice in it to believe
it true. So it came down the centuries.
Will seafarers ages hence, on' dim
October evenings, or ou nights when
thc moon is ominous through mist,
, red and huge and uncanny, see a
lonely figure sometimes on the loneliest part of the sea, far north of
where the Lusitania sank, gathering
all the cold it can? Will thcy sec :t
hugging a crag of an iceberg as itself, helmet, cuirass and ice-pale-blue
through the mist, and will thcy .pies-
tion it, meeting on those bleak seas3
Will it answer, or will the north
wind howl like voices? >Vil] the cry
of_ the seals bc heard, and ice floes
grinding, and strange, birds lost noon
thc wind that night, or will it speak
to them in those distant years and
tell them how it sinned, betraying
men?
It will be a grim, dark story in
that_ lonely part of thc sea, when hc
confesses to sailors, blown too far to
thc north, the dreadful things he plot-
tedagainst men. ^Tlic dale on which
he is seen will be told from sailor to
sailor. Queer taverns of distant harbors will know it well.    Not    many
ire less liable to
the grippe, than pale, bloodless people. It is the bloodless people who
tire easily, who arc short of breath
at slight exertion, who have poor appetites, and who wake up in the
morning as lircd as when they went
to bed. While women and girls
chiefly suffer from bloodlessncss the
trouble also affects both boys and
men. Il simply affects girls and women lo a greater extent because there
is a greater demand upon their blood
supply.
To renew and 'i.tiild up the blood
there is no remedy can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.' They tone up Ihe
entire system, make thc blood rich
and red, feed and strengthen starving nerves, increase the appetite, put
color in the cheeks, give rcfreshii.sr
sleep aud  drive away  that unnatural
]10Sl l Captain Gordon Campbell, have been
liable to infection. Evervbodv mav | decorated for their services on these
observe that bealthv, "red-blooded ! vessels. Details now can be made
people are less liable   to  colds     and j >,,,,,llc- ;!s Hie Ocrinans arc becoming
aware  through bitter  experience     of
the methods used against them.
How a "woman and a baby" accounted for a U-boat is told by thc
correspondent. The submarine ordered a vessel to surrender and lircd
a few shells into her. The boats
i then left the ship, leaving on board
a woman, who ran up and down the
deck with a baby in her arms as if
mad. The U-boat came alongside
the vcsssel and the woman hurled the
"baby" into the open hatch. Thc
''baby'' exploded and blew out the
bottom of thc rubmarinc. Thc "woman'' was decorated v, ith thc Victoria  Cross.
Haystack on   Ancient-looking
Gives Huns a Surprise
Interesting revelations regarding
the work of British mystery ships,
which have played an important part
in anti-submarine warfare, arc made
by the naval correspondent of The
London  Times.     Thcy     show       how
Britisii seamen have met German j ly U-boat gets iu its work, these men
craft and cunning with craft and j nevertheless, engage lo transport
cunning. troops    and    wounded,    food    stuffs,
Until reccnlly the public has known merchandise, munitions ��� everything
nothing about the mystery ships, j needed lo carry on this war. Do wc
known in the navy as the "Q" ships, j give ihem sufficient credit? Have we,
although    several    officers,      notably) up to  this  time, given them even    a
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thought. Not until the war is over
shall we know how many of these
heroes have been sacrificed that their
cause, and ours might triumph.
It  i.s peculiarly fitting    lhat_  these
men  should    be   remembered  by  the
In the Sailor's Cap
Ingenious Pocket That Serves Needs
of the Jackies
A young sailor was evidently explaining things in the navy to liis
��� sweetheart, because as an illustration
| he removed hi. cap and turning it
j over disclosed inside a muslin lining
I drawn together by an elastic band.
| Then he demonstrated how a cap
| may bc used as a pocket.
He inserted his hand and drew out
King    He  has  given   Ins  approval  to ,  ,     fo,,owing articlcs: A few lettcrSi
a  badge  which   speaks   columns,     it packaecS of cigarette papers,    a
is  in   the  form  of a  torpedo  to      be j       k> ^       ., f��    f       ^      '    a
w.oi-11  on lhc left sleeve and is  lo  be   ^^ p|loto^.aphs    .;nd    a bia?cll 'of
cigarette coupons.
It might be supposed his cap would
be bulky and ill fitting with all th^se
things in it, but it was not. Thc elastic band tightly drew the lining to-
'.jgelher so that on taking off the hat
' j nothing fell out. It seemed comfortable  on  thc  sailor's head  and  hc ap-
given "to officers and seamen who
have been on the articles of any
Britisii merchant or fishing vessel
sunk or damaged during the present
war by torpedo or mine and who
have afterwards completed a further
voyage on the articles of a Brili
vesse' "
The correspondent says that the
first mention of a mystery *hip was
iu the case of the Baralong, which
on August  19,  1915,  sank    a  U-boat
Yankee     non-
sounds like    barmy
sense to mc."
"Lustcii  here,   laddie,   to   me,"  put
in the Scotchman.   "If you've naught
a while  and  ceased  to    bc    depend- jtlic 1'auntcd part of the-sea.
And yet for all the primness of the
pale-blue phantom, with amass and
helmet and eyes shimmering on dead-
able. Pheasants, too, were wont to
give warning at night when an air-
i plane approached, screaming and
to worry about, why speak of it at | chattering noisily. It is also stated
all? That's whut 1 would be pleased j that hares, partridges and pheas-
to know." I ants  were    often  observed   near  the ,
"Hob, never mind,"  spoke  up  thejiront line trenches in search of food !and :l" [)\c k'0'""1 ships gone, yet will
second   Englishman;  "let's    go      get;���which      thcy got if the rat.; didn't | |J1C horrified mariners meeting his
another drink  at  the pub." ' ' "" 'l "*  '   '""
(;_���'i c~ i-          i>i     . "    r        v   ���          i alter the torpedoing ot  the    British
tired feeling.    Plenty of sunlig it and l;,,.,.   ^ ,.���i.-       ,,.     mi i                  i        i
,,.,,���,,,.������  br      ,     ..i   ,    ,,      " liner Arabic.    It ��i bc  remembered
wholesome lood will do the rest.
You ran get Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills through any dealer in m-jdicine,
or by mail at 50 cents a box or six
boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockviile, Out.
ihe says, that the German govcrn-
j ment protested i". at there was noth-
ling to indicate the Baralong's warlike character. The Baralong case was
j probably not the first in which a ruse
j was used, and since then the dis-
| guising of armed vessels as innocent
: merchantmen for dealing with sub-
| marine, has attained considerable di-
' mensions.
0l    . r  _.     ,       r  ^    . ,     "Howls  and  moans," adds  the  na-
Stones  of Deeds  of Daring , vai correspondent,  "went up in  Ger-
Each subsequent experience will be
shown by a bar. ft is high time that
the rest of us take a thought for the
non-combatants alike.
ipeared highly satisfied.
Struck by Lightning
CORNS PEEL OFF,
SHRIVEL RIGHT UP
Hun Name for U. S. Troops
German  War    Correspondent    Tells I
"Salans" is the pet name for American soldiers among the men of thc
German army, according to a letter
written by Lieutenant Ranke, who
as "officer war correspondent," wrilcs
for German papers stories of individual deeds of bravery by Germans
whose names, addresses and occupations arc given as tcni'iig to encourage local patriotism.
In  a    letter    lo    The
up
inany about the treachery of British seamen, but the German allegations curiously ceased at the beginning of 1916. These allegations afforded a typical example of German
mentality, for thcy ignored the fact
lhat in every case lhe U-boat was
an actual or potential assailant, and
any ruse of war is considered legitimate by them except when emplovcd
Dusseldorf against Germany.
Nachrichten he tells of a skirmish . Il should not be forgotten, he con-
between a patrol of men from that i tinned, that thc Germans design
city with au American patrol, who | uiystery ships for commerce des-
by tlicir "impudent audacity" had ! truction. The British commanders
been giving the Germans much | showed ingenuity in devising plans
trouble. Both parties were hidden ; J<M; 1 rapping submarines,
in shell craters, he says, and stalked1. _n.addition to the "woman and
each other for nineteen hours,
thc result, according to thc
that" three wounded American
ans" were brought in. Eor
work their captors received
Crosses.
^ '; American Knowledge of What   War
j Means Has Been Academic
Margaret Deland has-an article in
the June Woman's Home Companion
which vividly pictures France toda.\.
" i She particular^' stresses the fact that
It's a corker the wav Putnam's j the United States, until she had en-
Extractor goes aflcr the" kernel of altered the war, did not glimpse its
sore corn. Vou simply paint on aji'talily. Indeed, she says:
few drops of Putnam's and reiicf I "As 1 look back on those plcasaincomes at once. Thc pain all goes, *>' excited days from my bleak uphi.l
thc corn shrivels up, and soon drops road toward knowledge, it seems to
off. Wonderful���you bet it is. No >"e that in our relation to the war
other com remedy can touch the.v/e were all of us, very much aware
quick, sure action you get with Put-;��' ourselves. We were entirely sra-
nam's Painless Com Extractor. When .����, but we were self-conscious   J he
cure like . v.'iir was not rcal.    lhat comes home
a quarter buys a dead-sure
Putnam's, why pay more?    Get Put
nam's   today.
to one when one sees reality over
here���where there arc no dinner parties at which gorgeous stain bags can
present the dramatic contrasts of
grey sweaters and clicking needles
T��� flio TTai* lSTnrth I b'ing on silken  laps.    One  faces re-
intne rar noriii|ality at cvery Frcnch tablc at whjch
"~"~"" | one sits  down���without      any      gay
Dominion       Government       Presents ; warning   to   expect  only  'war  food'!
Young Eskimo Interpreter i For  there  is   no   other  sort  of  food
Interesting Ceremony
With Gold Watch
ly icebergs, and  yet  for all  tlic  sorrow of the wrong he did against man, !
lhc women drowned and the children!
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.
U. S. Stripping Off Fat
"You're, too late,'' stated his countryman in lachrymose tones. "While
we've been chin-chinnin' 'ere thc
bloomin' pub 'as closed���its arftcr
hours for a drink."
But    the   canny   Scot   already   was
'feeling about with a huge paw in tlic
back folds  of his kilt.     From  some,      ...
mvsteriotis   recess   he    slowly     drew ! u> '��lors io      the      exhibitions      m
forth -x flat flask i u estcrn Canada havc been struck by
"Lads,"'he 'stated happily, "in thc |l,,c remarkably^ high and uniform
language of our American friend , ^"darcl of butter made m the three
here, we should worry, because as it if���"c Provinces. At Calgary, A -
happens, thanks to mc own fore-Ibcrl'1-, lhc dairy products exhibit
thought, we h;.' na need to concern ��us=d ,u��c.li favorable comment, an
ourselves wi' worrying' at all, d'ye I ��<=elicit display having been made,
ken? Ha' the fiirst nip, Yank."- j /���h�� ^I\lb!ls.at Edmonton, Alberta,
Ivan Cobb in the Saturday Evening
Post.
sec it first.    It would  seem  thai  war i l!,c inist  grudge  liim   no  moment  of
has had no effect on them. 'thc f!:1-v  lu'  ll;iS  earned,  of  thc  cool-
  ncss he gains from the bergs, because
^^i   r*      j      t��   .. .of the kindness he did to the: wound-
gh Grade   j5Utter jed-men.    For  .he mariners in    their
  i hearts  are  kindly  men,  and  what    a
High Standard   of   Dairy    Products   qcnil &'\n=. from kindness will seem to
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I Less Adipose Tissue in  Bodies
Head-Pieces
A   health  expert out on the   Pacific
coast  furnishes  the  interesting     estimate   lhal  the   \merican  people    are
u-ithjbaby"  case  the  correspondent    men-
story, i liom?(l tlie story of a retired admiral
"Sat- ' serving as a captain,    who placed    a
their ; haystack on board an ancient-looking
Iron   n'art- When the U-boat ordered    hcr
! to surrender, the  Germans  were   as-
; tonished to receive a broadside from
thc haystack.
Ou another occasion a sea-worn
tramp steamer was crossing the
North Sea when a submarine ordered
the crew to abandon lhe ship. So sure Cauada
was the German of his prey that thc
bombs  with   which   he    intended      to
��� for anyone, anywhere. As for scar-
jcity in this or that, it is no longer.
A presentation that broke all rec- , interesting- as a topic of conversation,
ords, geographical or historical, was because it is a commonplace, like the
made a few weeks ago at Fort Mc- I weather. Looking back at thc United
Pherson, Peel river, according to in- j States from this silent, untalkatire
formation that has just reached Ed- j reality, it seems as if during thess
montou with thc return of thc Arctic j ^,1-ce'ycars American knowledge of
mail carriers from the summer trip , what war mcans had been academic,
to thc Arctics. At McPherson, on j 'fhe difference is thc difference bc-
July 10, Ilavinck, the native interprc- j tween studying thc laws of elcctric-
ter, who accompanied the Eskimo jjiy an(j being struck by lightning,
murderers   to   Edmonton    last    ycar   France has been struck by lightning.
and  served  as  an   intermediary     be- |	
tween them and the courts of justice, j     por Asthma and Catarrh.���It is one
and
was presented wilh a gold watch and I 0f |],c ci,;cf recommendations of Dr.
chain, thc gift of thc government of i Thomas' Eclcctric Oil that it can be
Thc ceremony, which    was|USe(j internally with as much success
impressive despite ils simplicity, was ; ;is jj can outwardly.    Sufferers  from
       ._   made   by  the   light  of     the  all-night j asthma and catarrh will find that  the
��� sink the vessel were brought on deck! sun at 2 a.m., ;   d Inspector Phillips, j Oil when used according    to    dircc-
around the conning tower. The commander of the tramp steamer by careful   manoeuvering  brought   the     snb-
of  the  Hcrschel   Inland   detachment, J tions will give immediate reiicf. Many
made  the  presentation. i sufferers   from   these  ailments    havs
Thc watch, a handsome solid gold I found relief in the Oil and havc scut
���.�����..*>.�������������.................................
dragging around 200,000,00(1 pounds of j marine within range of his ronccaled [ timepiece, bore the R.X.W.M.P. mon-' testimonials,
superfluous fa I with them. The expert ! armament, so that it required only a.ograni on the outer case, and was in
has probably underestimated the facts ' :''l��"  or  two  to    explode   the  bombs   scribed inside with  the following
the    U-boat  out of    the
is a real-factor
in ihe present
public service
program.
There's NoWaste,
it Saves Fuel and
Sugar, and it is
always ready
Not least, it is
Delioiouis,
Heeilth-ful,
w* and it
SaL-tis^ies.
Try
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
I      ...M.wMfc Any Pain
*.��-���������#- �����>���>.*�� *..f.��.'��"��.^..��..fa<.��..a..a..*..��..0.i����*.l��.*
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns
or any kind of a corn can shortly be
lifted'right out with the fingers if
you will apply on the corn a few
drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati
authority.
At Jittlc cost one can get    a small. nuprc mmvc
and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, were
equally as good. At Edmonton much
; interest was shown in the interpro-
: i yincinl competition, in which butter
from Alberta, Saskatchewan and
Manitoba creameries competed. The
amazing uniformity of the ln'iilcr produced in these three prairie provinces
was especially noticeable here, the
judge having a difficult problem to
solve in making the award. Of the
eight prize-winning samples, only
one point separated the score of the
first from that of lhe last.   The judge j
i,; said to have rcmraked that after I pol,.ld anJ <irics fa moincnl it ;3
e.it.miatiiig thc iirst Jen samples an- plk,j ami .c]ocs not ;llll:ill,c or ,.V(.n
other class could be made of the , ilrit:Uc lilc s���n-ount]jn��� ,issue. 1-st
second ten and all of them would ' tl,ink, Vou ^ ,;,-,, ojT-VOilr conls
have ranked as first das* commercial ' ai!fi cai]t!s(;S ���ov; without' a bit of
butter.
The uniform grade which has been
reached in the butter produced in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba is
the result of the efficient system of
grading employed in these provinces,
under the "supervision of the respective departments of agriculture. The
quality is due lo the country���its excellent climate, its nutritious grains
and grasses, its pure water, making if
an ideal country for dairy cuttle. Xo
wonder the output of butter of Western Canada, ever iner<-nsing as il js, , tran>pi>n
can   scarci ly   keep  pace   with   lhe   iV-. that   "die
as thcy applied before the war.  It is : alu^    blow
.highly probable  that before   we    en- , water,
j tercd  thc  war the  American    people;
were carrying around with them more ! Costiveness and Its Cures.���When
I than 200,000,000 pounds of unncccs- : the excretory organs rcfiir-e to pcr-
jsary adipose  tissue. | form their functions properlv thc in-
I     Hut a remarkable change has comc ' jestincs become    clogged.     "This    is
I since we entered the war! The Amer- , known as costiveness and if neglect-( Uie _ Big King.
��� iean  people have been  getting rid of ; c.cl K1VCS nsc  u> dangerou- compliea-
I their fat.    Thev have been  stripping ���tI0ns-       Pannelee s     \ egetablo   Pills
llunisclves for' action. They havci\vl11 effect a speedy cure. At the
!bcen thinking harder than ever. Thev , lir>;t intimation oi this ailment the
| have  been  adjusting  their  point     of I sutlerer should procure a  packet    ot
view,  their  habits of  life,   their   e*li-ltIlc  Pi"^ .and   put   hmiseh     under    a
I mate   of  values,   to   lhe    stern     ta-k   rourse   ot   treatment.     ihe   good   cf-
! which  thcy have   undertaken.                  , i'1'1":  l"   the  pills  will   cc  .���li.m.t  mi-
I     .,-,    ,          ,.     .         .     ���                      ,,     'mcdinteiv Ciident.
I      lhat  readjustment    i<  one  ol     I lit- ( -	
facts  iii  our  national  life
"Presented by thc Canadian government to Ilavinck for services rendered Fort Norman patrol for murderers of Father* Kouvier and Lc-
roux, 1915-1917."
Inspector    Phillips     told    llavinek
that "Mr. Government," iu behalf of : for" {\~e further progress of humanity,'
Rig C'hiet.'' was vcrv [ __>[.-   Asquith.
glad to recognize his Sri-Nice's in  this I ���
way,  and  the dusky recipient of the
nation's (hanks was manifestly proud
The Only Possible Peace
Thc only peace-worth the making
or the taking is one which will open
a new road free oi toll lo all peoples, whether great or small, safeguarded by the common will, and,
if   need   be,   by   the   common   power.
of the nice-looking ticking machine.
Along with other remarks went >ounnecessary information ;i^ to how to
use it. The gueMs at the pi-cm nation were Sergt. flay. Constables
Doak and Cook, and A.  E. Sank- and
Try Drying Vegetables
Dehydrated (dewatered) vegetables
and fruits retain the flavor of fresh
products, you need no sugar to preserve them. Try drying your vege-
'..'-'t'!'. >��� ; ,.1i!  fi'.iili- this- summer.-
bottle of freezone at any" drug store," .Jt ��'H contribute an important chap-!
v hich  will positively rid one's feet of i ter tn the hisior>   of lhe worhh   Our
cvery corn or callus without pain or ��� enemies, seiing that   \\r Mere f.it  _<>f
soreness  or thc danger of  infection. ; body, made  the   mi-iake  of  U!it\ii,g
This   new   drug   is  an  ether coin-': lll:>1   'i'0   '"at  had   gone   to  ,,-ar  lnad-.
Oi  that |j;o->. mi-ciM!C',p;iciii   ue li.ne
A Cautious Witness
Ceorgc    A.    Slalir.
Trading company.
oi
the   North'
I (uu'eriimi;
work   at    the
teiU a good
he   ,isk(.d   Ui
the
h.!r,
-tiiry
i.:i\ e
lighter   X\Xic  of   his |
Sir   M_ai shall   Hall ]
of a \\ itii' ss  w li om
a   di inn!ion   ni   \i\). '.
S(
now   v
pain  ot  soi-rues.    If    your    druggist
lin��n't freefone lie can easily    get    a
small bottle for you  from
sale drug house.
Ii��nl>'.tsi d
r.    \\ e
disillu-
M:-il.
ye;
of
field
im:
:hi iii  p.iiiitcilh
..ii e rou'.inuipg
^loninn   Hi,
France.���
in   tlie   p.i-i
the pi-ore-,
vs   th,'  h.utlr-
it immli ones
"Well."  said
I     should     s.iv
Mothers   c.'.n     (������
their   chihh en   are
worms, and lluv ]���
I lying  lhc   best   of
ilv
TilUV
iron!,1< d
no  mm
;ii<dics~  M
w i.en
v.th
in  ap-
< i,
wilt'- -s
thought
,1
. i-   r.\
,i;'_(
look
-tl'.:!    a
I       hit his
wtioie-
! Vegetarian Logic
j     A vigtl.ui.iU  whose  family  \\,.s  i
{of  town  w (ui   to  brtakfast  in   ,i  r
] taurnnt  a��d     took  a   s(,a   next   to
t is prob.ihlv not generallv  known ' stranger.       The  m getarian   took
that    Bui/il   is     nking   more   than   a . I"1"10',1  u> 'UK<rlw  his  u-.cd by
nominal   pail   in   thc   war.     Her  iiavvi."��'   ,,H'   -"'anger   lhal   all   nu.il
'!,.   .eas  and   co-one rat- , injurious,     -md     mat   lhe  human
I'.iiitioiislv,
nan        who
watch     al
some   aint   look   ti   i.ui   i.i   his   pen k< t
to   sec   if   he   h.id   time   to   go   home
and   tret   it���f   should   -ay   that     lhat
' eli.ip   was   a   little     abseiit-eiiiwlrd."���
!��� I'monti.ii   Hulh tin.
(oaves'   \\'(
inn
\h rmiiial'-
Kaiser's Gift to T- R.
Smashed bv Sailor
A Woman's Burdens
Brazil's Fine  Effort
probably "not  generally
tcll-
l"h<
tlivers Flowing  North
; m.iiiN  ii\irs (low  north ,.s south.!     A   life   <ivc   porn
largest     liver    in   Canada.      the I William,   preseutui
Oyster Bay  Citizens   Want  No    Ho-
henzollem  Picture   in   Their
Neighborhood
:t      ��� if      1- nip; io:
I.v     him   !o   Col-
; is patrolling
ing
! thos
,ith
'o-operat-
eas ,mt!
our own war \es-sels and,
vjre.it Hriiaiu in comoyingi
;. while the .-J (ierin.in ship- ,
seized   in   iier     harbor-   are.
u'iind.
no'
' is
A Tale of Two Cities
'   Manic  defeat."  .-ays   :t   r.enw"
iper, "has  .produced-   unspt.discerns   of  despair       in-     I��c rlin.
outbreaks of ulttr    discourage-,
"Th
ne \\sp
attle
SucI
ment and downlicartedncs's never be
fore were witnessed."
Contrast  this    with    thc    courage,
cheerfulness and    unwavering    confi
dtnee exhibited by   Paris, which    has
practically  been   under   the     German 'Ior
,\   v. orkuu
r  -xJi'M-tl".'-
li <   .ilh' s
;;iu;:   I1, r
:ig:.tn-.t   Cic riii.my.     SI
/ri .n   'inani iii' s  of  ���
-' il  -\ !:ih' ;>.s  \ i *.   -ji c
lo
:u.p
i)C,(
ha-
i n
,     .uul
should he  strietiv vegi tari.in.
"But,"  r( pii: <l   ihe  sn-,i1)ol,-,
lorn   e.d  meat."
"Vou J'.isi   iiuw   ordered   ��. ^l:
;lii   \�� .;i lari.ui.    ".\_'i - eir is j,
v   liit.ii,   liecil'-, ' <:      i ','( imii::1
bird "
i:!<i   i ���������   . '_���
il-,"   -,,;,.���
.-ihi.:" ��� ���:
ind  oi'  ( '_<..
s.alK
"J
w.i> j Macki n/ie.   ha
die! i terior     of     the
i manv  himdrids
M'!- . jntu  the .Arctic
tri'iMilarii -   or
s   ns   source  ir
eiii
ii 1
:,1-
/U. h:i\ e
se'-.ih and
a rt ,i'    -;i-i .
thtir
:h.v.
i omitry.
\>i   miles
< ie. .ni.
i'i.     Aui.-i
solllC"
l?o
tne   in-
\\ s  north
onel
t
vear
I hcotiore
ago.   iMiin
aii'l  empties ' Partj,   ot  eitiyem-
.Must   ol    ]
l\Ul Isl    \   I   {j
to   ci ii f
\is;i.d   ilii.
-e\ era
\\ hen      ;
home <",
'-���Hit/,   .:
in   Hi-.i-
_to  tho
in   th..:
conn
a
i
ii-
"-l-.'U.n.
W I:.it  !-.
���'Pi-iiui
!l ,i!lL"T.
l:o
(i
1 I
The
ii'iiii
guns for four terrible  years and you I
will have an illuminating insight into
the characters of thtse two peoj '< s".��� jn
Kansas Citv Star. '   ���-
you c
��� it X'V
Can  Vegetables
green vegetables arc your best
vr \isj:<rs."    Can or dry them       Tlie  area  "of   ti
xt winter whenever more than   has  been  estimated
.ii v-( pre ripe and ready. Keep j lion  square miles,
until the frost comes. ',"6it will I the    equator,   when,
-.hem   .ill.    - "
The Pacific Ocean
Pacific
>out
r,l,,
111     tl.e
'-?ecan
7(1  ndl-
W.     N.     U, - 1225
Just in Time
"I  see  they are trying to limit  de- !
bate  in   thc  senate-" ;
"Yes,  just  as  th'     women      show !
sitrns     of    breakir-g    in."���Louistillc j
ICouri-.r-Journal, .jj
;^^0iifeVTtlCKi6lFrT^
mKl
.euf; c0><vF*sEiFpR;:;:p.i pe,;wsE:
t is broadest at
it measures 10.-
j 000 miles from f;!-i to west. Its err.it-
jesl lrngth :"rr>ni uoit'i to south, is 7.-
��� 350 3iiik=. 1:* i1'-?'!"!. i-> greater *'i.m
I that cf the -Atlantic, lhe :.vrrr.ee being
'about 2.?3Q fa tho- ���-- '15,ISO foet.) rh-'
'deepest places t' i;s fr-.r d:scov'"rrd i'
i Ufa- Mindanao, one ot the l-'hiiip-
��� pines, the soundi-isTs- <"io" ing .'. d-pt'i
: there oi 32/',iv'14 f-'t. or more in..- s's
miles.     .
XiPWL&xiM
KiBMtX
its   possi csor.   M rs    i
' (^vstei   Hav  ieetnlh.
i     "-ri ���   ." i     i "i
 ��� been  m\.i :���  to
'iv   the   colonel.
l'after  i'i.    si- kilt
\ hen   i:  v., s  rr h ���������
re
public   library
hung  there  lint
'he   i.'-siipiua
\".
io  the  pillar.     Mis." i'c.Jh'./  offereil  S5
.for  il'e  j'ainting   to   th*    ;a-su   . ..:-.(i
I" cant   its  ow ;n i
���oi-^i ii11 ii   ur.iil   l!'i
. ."u   l.J'i. :iii-i   Roo.s'
j vill.igers  re called it
I a  parly   Sund.iy   an
���t
���nil
! home   ef   Mrs.   J'oiiu.
I pictui'i.
I Mr. rolii'7 w.
���but Mis. Polht/
; in cm hers oi "'if
! struccli
i- nl
I.i'    ;���-,-
;in ii ih.
Ti;f>   oru.-ni/.i d
iroing  - to     the
dcif.'.ndfu  thc
1  ,1 (1    to
-,\.:nti d
p.ir'y   s.
nvr   it   up.
to   AOcp   it,
.id.     "
ruccli   cn   ���'
sion, -;lio  pur:-
laci rs  tatin rr
or p-'-unj'th-   j
! roj-
il
'O:   !t =
���incrg
In   tl:
posse s-
tl'.t   vil-
t   ns
.<���  sti
feet
���r:.  A
ih:o- c
nrc lightened when she turns to tbo right
mciiicine. If her existence is raada
"gleoiny by the chronie wp'aknes=c', deli-
��� ale (leraTigeincntg, and painful d.sorder*
that ailiict v.uinaukipd she will find relief
and  emancipation  from hct troubles In
1 Pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.. lit
Fhe's o\envorke_d, nervcas. or - "random u,"' she finds new life and p're:igth��
It's a powerful, invigorating tcr.ie and
nervine v>liich -vas u^o-'vered ai.d nsed
by an c-niincr.t piiyritian for many yearg,
in   his   large -niodiMl   pTaetico   among
' TTninen. - i"or ,\"i.i':,' girls just ��� i.reringt
".oii'iiiilioo.i: fur '.������'.uiicii in niitii.'e liffff
the "i":.tiT- te Pirsci. p! ion '' ;'s 'X'.C Only
ii.. .ii. :i-' ;>uf up v.ithont aleobol. .uul can
be h:id in tiibiet as well as liquid form-
Tt's -.nit a ��'i ret preseriptior. f.>r its in-
u'i ; -".'.is :.','��� ;iiirt.-il ah wrnrr1'-. ���'send
Ji!i- i'.ji- n .�����'. ] :. - ._���������> I>r. '.. - i. Pierce,
i Invalids' Hotel, t..';.:..'.! T-j.s-.it'ito, Buffalo. X. Y., or branch in BridgcVurp, Out*
Hamilton,    Ont.  ��� ''When    yasaictf
i through middle life, as in most oases at
this kind, I began to fail in health.   I
j had eevere pains in my head, dizzy rpell_r, ���
, my back ached arid I had pain<= ia mft
I fiJe.    I becaiiiO very weak aud i.erTonr.
' I   took   meili.-'irio   ruthm;*-    'entice  relief
XV
/.I .
I:  :t.
" j until I tO'ik Dr. Ticri'e's i'avonic Pre-
ription and this medicit* l.uiP, c.e up
) n health an<l str?agth fln-d T rsrco through
-    Our Language ' tk;a   cr.tioal   jc-iiod  in   a  good   rrfalthy
"\\"b?t  =-^rt of a ira-i  is  Kic.s'-fi-t."" i state.    Moroni    will   End   T>r.    Vier<"t>'t
"Weil, he's rather     tight      except, Favorite Prescription. tw;  btlpfal dur-
;-p
I
Ic i s'fr-i ' iisg   this   trying   time."���Mas.   SXU.M
. Catss. 1C6 Kcbia* Av��
x*4 FEE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
\y
i - ,' .'���  i year strictly iu   advance,   or ^2.50
-a !:���_���!! 'not paid for three months.    If not
\.'X.x. Xor until the end oi" the year it is ��3
7l 1�� :>.hvays ��2.50 a  year to  the  United
Slates iu advance.
R. T. LOYVERY.
Editor and Financier-
ADVERTISING RATES
:">?_iii<!uent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
C~:il and Oil  Notices     7 00
I;V.ray Notices 3.00
Car.iB of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
('.Vh-r-re more than oue claim appears in notice, J5.00 for each additional claim.)
All oilier legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
j'ich subsequent1 insertion, nonpariel
ru.'.isureinent.
As a rule, a fat woman objects to
the hobble skirt.
Onk dillarin vour baud is worth
two in tho j tckpob.
Do not got too close to your idol.
You alight kcr the (laws.
I 1 is now Hiiid that  the   Spanish
llu was .-proud by the Germs.
Villa is again dead. He is now
about live  laps ahead   of Hinden-
buvy.
Some girls can play the piano
worse than they can make a Mulligan stew.
Im order to stop the llu, wear a
frout line gas mask and keep away
from everybody.
Xeveu take your ad out of the
paper. It is luckier than a horseshoe over your door.
There is no doubt but what
Corraany can easy make peace
���'xvm?. with Bulgaria, Turkey and
Austria.
We notice that Jim Ball, George
Cannon, Napoleon Bonaparte aud
Amble Hehvard have enlisted in
she Yankee army.
TitEuu has beeu a  big ball game
hi Franco, many of the Germs try-
:ig  to  make   home  runs.    Many
ave    died  at  the    bases,   while
'���'���onsands have gone out on flies.
There is a  man  in North Van-
iiT.-tr who is 104  years  old.    He
���d :iofe get.married   until  he was
Xi yoars of .age.    Perhaps that has
.-ori'iothing to do with his longevity.
TiiEHE is considerable kick in
-_ .".titrio, because the Government
��� ������.���:riits a. newspaper to be printed
in German afe Kitchener, formerly
Xoilin. Somebody probably pan-
daring to the German  vote iu that
Theke is a sky pilot in B. C.
who thinks that it is infra dig to
vide in the same carriage to a funeral with the .undertaker. He also
Viec.ome's offended when asked to
pay his bills. Pulpit pounders of
thiB kind have little power to save
souls.;- ' x x
If you .wish to ruin your
. stomach eat plenty of hot cakes,
firied potatoes ahd pork: chops for
your breakfast, and take no exercise. There are ..other. methods
that will bring ^bout the same result,, but this is one of the best that
we can.recommend at present.
The big men in the war are all
religious said a preacher in Victoria.. No doubt the preachers in
-Germany are .' saying the same
thing about their big war men.
However if all people were equally
moral their would be no wars,, even
if religion was unknown in the
world.
���������"Resot-uces is the name of a new
and "beautiful monthly published at
Prince Ji'upert. under the manage-
��� of \Ve.utori Coyney.. He is a noted
writer, and at one time was on tlie
PtnfT of the New York Herald and
"World: He was connected with
the Notv Denver Ledge in 1S97,
and left that paper to write up the
Klondike for the. New York Her-
Tild. Maybe have, plenty of pros-'
jrerity is the wish of many friends*
A Letter From Hades
iii
in
"Alt GoLOXKI.,
rplie ''���.tcrl-.yO''. is welcome in the
J-s:ian fields. Anlisthenes, iny Cynic
r-ief, reads your, caustic paragraphs
������I trusty, .spine' day, to Welcome you to
X family rcirele. - life is a. hater pf shah:s
��� 110 snobs stay long "in his CQihpany.
.iJosophy, alas, has ;been on,the doWn
.de since Prussia took thedead: ���';. Uiuler
r i^pecioX's uaiiie-Pf^lniperiarisni, the
'.. isi-q.ii "jj.itig h.u'elippiied their talehts
:ijiev-p'rrve.rsir>!rr'of-rIfistbry/'-and;rthe.
r _ :c ratio h. of Boundaries.- Be it known:'
r-heevOAIAn, that wewere the friends
;'-i':i. it-i 'ifailoji's' "Slid- sturdy 'cities,.'"..--'lias.'.
;ted-. Gerinaiiy��� produeedvOiiesinan to
Viii^vith. the sages^pf ;:Elearaiid.;Ioha/:
[ii'vplato.aiiid Sor'rates,|w3thHhe.r;heroe^
iti'h;qjis--';a^
-. ���AX?.;, tiran, .>STeih.i3'fK'S?-:--:jiieir, great'irieh;v:
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Because Canada has put her hand
to the plow and will not turn back:���
���our country is in the war on the
side of liberty and justice and will stay
in it till complete victory is won and
the unspeakable Hun is smashed and
beaten to the ground;
���a nation at war must make tre-?
mendous. expenditures in- cash to keep
up her armies and supply them with
munitions, food and clothing;   \
���        *   ���
���Canada must finance many millions-of dollars of export trade in food,
munitions and supplies which Britain
and our allies must have on credit;
'���for these purposes Canada must
mus<
carry on
borrow   hundreds   of   millions   of
dollars���
And, this money must be borrowed
from the people of Canada:���
Therefore, Canada will presently
come to her people for a new Victory
Loan to carry on.
'.'���..'+'���������+"       + ���
Canadians will loan the money by
again buying Victory Bonds.
The national safety, the national
honor' and the national well-being
require that each and every Canadian
shall do his duty by lending to the
nation every cent he can spare for this
purpose.
e
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vy MiTO|sgn in 1
comes to see your
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Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee
in co-operation with the Minister of Finance
of the Dominion of Canada   .
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���;'i&j'tl,St.^
eoiiinioiijilace : axioms oX piiijpsapiiy ;iire
:igii6red:r:i)y':Slr^:';:lvdd:y \vitli rill the ;���'facility:: pf selfcqiii])!iiee.ii;t: : jgilpuiirce,'
-far the rijeiialty yXx 3giiqraiice: is to he
rignpraiit of. ignorance, jt 'is: :uot to he
irwohdefed 'atrthal Ktark: Tiviiiii's hook oil
'Ghitist^au .>S.pie.iici',' was plaeed:piir ,the
iiiflex, if this is 'Christian' Scii-nce:* \ye
:prefer 'Ffvjitheh WeietiCe.'-.:: Rtitrriieiiher
iiiaslers, J'ythagPrasr -ii.or ;C!irist', ivotihl
tolerate -siich a rearieattire-of a eOiiiinqiir
rsensersuhject.r';''.''.:'
Epicurus is very interested inrthe;&lJoli
lion of tlie saloqii, and asks facetiously if
Congress ]3rqpOses to abolish hhuiaii
nature, Jeaii Jacijnes is anxious; to- rev
pudiate the aiiijrcliist, exFeriiiieiits: Of
Ro'slieVist ��� B ussia-. - We cjpiisider them
the logical outcoiiie ctf h's- pvt'u teaching
In his diseoursfc 'Sur 1' inegalite', he:said,
_t,et its begin, hy putliug aside all facts,
for they have nothing to do ^itli the
question.- But - Christian civilization,
like our Own Pagan system, is .fotiilded
on facts ���: We hold ���with Br,.; jolitison, .-
that facts, are stHbhorilr.things;, and Jean
jfa'eqij'C$ must walk. t!ie.:,.plaiik,'.---'AS philosophers we do not forget [hat ;hc- caiied
���jis::-cli'airi^ta'iijS./. 'aii��l'iycii,'.rasr^t,,jqi.irn;ilisi'
\vill.iiot' fdrge't that IierGaHedr'rtlie iuyeiir
lion of'printing a hiislortii'iie:, Xy:. X ''jbXXlyi
'..,,; Shakespeare.'is.ViWriting-::Sonii:et��r.;in:a;
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���asks,-,.'r-th-0ii-.i.-.Xo-.-.'e^}?hl|^
ji_e'cticut.'.-a'!i'd-.;4.'''i'ri'e:h.^
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lia-if tonic;-aiid jiiii; tiitl-is; constriida';,iy.I
Notice To  Delinquent  Cp-Owners
To \V. D. Slartin and T. R." Tii'riifcr; Or
tu aiiy person or persons to uhom they
ni.'iy have transferred their interests in
llu- Cray Rock, 'Lucky Jim, Little Giant,
lllaek Bear, Ilulgu'r and Tip Top mineral.
claims, situated along the Kettle Valley
Railway, in Arlington Camp, Greenwood
Mining Livision.
Vou are hereliy not;fied that I have expended the sum of Six Hundred Dollars,
ijftoo.), for labor and iiiiinovcinents upon
tlie abuve mentioned mineral claims in
order to hold said mineral claim; tinder
lhe provisions of tlje Mineral Act, and if
within ninety days alter the date of this
notice you fail or lefuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure, to-
gellier with all cost of advertising, your
interest in such claims will become the
property of the subscriber under section
four af an act entitled, "An Act to Amend
the Mineral Act, 190 ."
; J. A. BRADLEY,
Beaverdeil, B.C.
X Dated this :17th day of October, 19I8.
an eleetrierail wav-
Sityx-;:,:.-_;, ''x-'-.X"'"'.
io
Peiie^erhie; dear Colonel;.::������
y:./ ..VqlirS-rCyiiibailyv-
���' :DiOG-Kr^:KS:;
i Si Monuments.
KOOTENAY   GRANITE   and
I^MpENTAL CO.. LTD.
Front St. Next to City Hall. NELSON
P. 0. BOX 865
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Estimates   Given   on  all  Kinds   of
Granite and Marble Work
ASSAYER
E. YV. WIDDOWSON, Assayer mid
Cheinis', liox niio8, Ne'.son, Ii: : C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Cojtper
Ji 'each. OohhSilyei, (single as_3ay)
��100. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
M.50. Silver-Lead J1.50 Silver-Lead-
Zine ��3.00. Charges for other metals etc
on application.
Cbe Centra! Sctel
PHOENIX.
One of the largest hotels In
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms aud tasty meals.. .
A. O. JOHNSON
PROP.
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Cbe Bumc Rotel
nelson, B*&
The only up^o^date Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,
First-class
f Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
%���  '' each room.
Ja ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
i CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
CENTRALLY LOCATED
���5��
15   SAMPLE ROOMS
Steam Heated;   Electric  Lighted.
RATES 31.00 pcr day and up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
s** ***���*��� ��fr4"f**f"f"f"f*4"fr 4.4.^4*4"?"l"f��*l��ss
4*
*
We've   Got   Him   Throttled   At   Last.
Who? Old man High Cost of Living. Bound and gagged, kicked
him clear of the premises. He just naturally couldn't stand our low
prices. Too bad for him but come over and let us tell you all about it.
Another big shipment of woolens at prices that will make you
throw the old catalog in the stove will reach you this week and more
on the road. Follow the crowd don't lose out-on all the good bargains. We believe that low prices and quick turnovers will keep our
stock fresh and high prices will glue the stuff to the shelves an 1 as we
are not running a cold storage plant we are selling 'em afld selling.
'em fast. Get in while the getting is good, that spare change you
save in buying of us will help buy another war loan bond.
Place your order quick  for grain sacks at 30c each.
Br'ng your eggs, we pay more than any else in the district for
real fresh ones.     Save the rotten ones for Mr. Hohenzollern.
C'mon over and see us, we're real sociable.
The Myncaster Mercantile Company
Hotel Building
Mynca8ter,-B.C.
I P. BURNS & CO.
4 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NO. 113
;| Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish
I and Poultry.     Shops in nearly all the
I towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
j COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.
JSC
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.
X
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Greenwood Garage
Tires, Oils, Gasoline, and
all Accessories for
Motor Cars
Repairs of any kind, and
all work guaranteed
C. E. STAMPER
g  Phone 27 MANAGER
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British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the R C, Cigar. Absolutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varies.    .    .    ,
Have you tried one lately **
WILBERG & W0LTZ
B. C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
COAL AND WOOD
AGENT FOR
LETHBRIDGE COAL
Autos Fop Mire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENW000D, B.C.
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
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T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AND REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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j SYNOPSIS OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENT"'
Pre-emption, now confined to surveyed
lands only.   /
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
and which is non-timber land. "���
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, with
Joint residence, but each malting necessary, improvements on respective claims..
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make Improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing
and cultivation of at least 5 acres, before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because
of ill-health or other cause, be granted
intermediate certificate of improvement
and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence
may be issued provided applicant makes
improvements to extent of $300 per annum and records same each year. Failure to make Improvements or record
same will operate as forfeiture. Title
cannot be, obtained on these claims In
less than 5 years, with improvements of
110 per acre, including 6 acres cleared
and cultivated, and residence of at
least 2 years.
Pre-emptor holding Crown Grant may
record another pre-emption, lf he requires land In conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made and
residence maintained on Crown granted
land.
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homesltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and Industrial purposes,
areas exceeding 640 acres may be leased
by one person or company.
PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.
The scope of this Act is enlarged to
include all persons joining and serving
with His Majesty's Forces. The time
within which the heirs or devisees of a
deceased pre-emptor may apply for
title under this Act Is extended from
one year from the death of such person,
as formerly, until one year after the
conclusion of the present war. This
privilege ts also -made retroactive.   -
TOWNSITE PROPERTY ALLOTMENT
ACT.
Provision Is made for the grant to
persons holding uncompleted Agreements to Purchase from the Crown of
N such proportion of the land, lf divisible,
as the payments already made will
cover In proportion to the sale price of
the whole parcel.- Two or more persons
holding such Agreements may group
their interests and apply for a proportionate allotment Jointly. If it is not
considered advisable to divide tbe land
covered by an application for a proportionate allotment, an allotment of land
of equal value selected from available
Crown lands in the locality may be
made. These allotments are conditional
upon payment of all taxes due the
Crown or to any municipality.' The
rights of persons to whom the purchaser from the Crown has agreed to
sell are also protected. The decision of
the Minister of Lands In respect to the
adjustment of a proportionate allotment
is final. The time for making application for these allotments is limited to
the 1st day of May, 1919. Any application made after this date will not be
considered. These allotments apply to
town lots and lands of the Crown sold
at public auction.
For Information apply to any Provincial Government Agent or to
O. H. NADHN.
Deputy Kialatw of Lands,    '
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