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THE
LEDGE
THE  OLDEST  MINING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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Vol.   XXIV,
GREBNWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1918.
No. 27'
Make Home Attractive
BY FILLING IT WITH OUR
Substantial Furniture, Artistic
Pictures, Soft Carpets,
and Elegant Crockery
Plenty of Oils, Harware and Tinware In stock
MAIL ORDERS solicited from all points
of the Compass
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
New location���Russell-Law Caulfield Building
PHONE 28        A)       GREENWOOD, B. C.
For Sale
Building and Lot on
GOVERNMENT STREET
Location, Lot 16, Block5
CANADIAN EXPLOSIVES, LTD.
NELSON, B. C.
At Bakery
BREAD,   BINS,   CAKES,   PASTRY
At Feed Store
PANTRY OUEEN FLOUR. HAY and FEED
GREENWOOD  CITY BAKERY
1 llf#��       P       ADTII11DC      GREENWOOD   CITY   BAKtKI
!   YVin.    L.    AKIliUlO,     FLOUR  AMD   FEED  STORE
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Windsor Hotel
Greenwood, B.C.
Insurance
Life, Fire, Health and
Accident
Real Estate, Ranches and
Mining Brokers
AUCTIONEERS
SMITH <�� KING
GREENWOOD. B. C.
You want the best in
Cigars, Tobaccos, Gum
AND
Chocolates
GANONG'S   FANCY  BOXES
At Popular Prices
0.   K.   CIGAR   STORE
R. 3. MUIR.      -      -       PROP.
"STORE OF QUALITY"
Call or phone when you want
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes
and Gents   Furnishings
Try my Eggs and Butter
J. G- MCMYNN
MIDWAY      -      -B.C.
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
COAL AND WOOD
AGENT FOR
LETHBRIDGE COAL
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND  FORKS
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.
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B. C, Cigar, Absolutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varys*     . '.    ,
Have you tried one lately?
WILBERG&WOLTZ
B. C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors Garage in connection.
Around Home
Miss HJileen Oliver, of Trail, is
visiting in the city.
Jas. Napier left Phoenix on
Tuesday for the coast.
Some good buy's at our Stock
Taking Sale.    G. A. Rendell.
Mrs. P. McDougall was in
town from Midway ou Monday.
H. S. Foggo, the military representative, was in town tbis
week.
SKATING
X
BM1ABMU ifl\
W
P. BURNS & CO.
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish
and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay,
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEAr<ED
PRESSED AND REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
CO., LT'D.
Leaves Mother Lode
9.30 a. m. 6.30 p. m.
���   Leaves Greenwood
2.oo p. in.
8.30 p. m.
Saturday last stage leaves Mother
Lode 6 p. in. Returning, lea-ves
Greenwood io p. m.
OFFICE���PACIFIC HOTEL
PHONE   13
Stages
. Twice
Auto    and   Morse
Leave    Greenwood
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Christian Science service will be held
in UieMELLOR BLOCK on Sunday atn
a��� m. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at 5 p. an., testimonial meetings will be
h��ld in.the same block. Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.
����==��3=*SaW!
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co,
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelliog and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchaser* of Gold, Silver,Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
TADANAC BRAND PIG LEAD, BLOESTONE, COPPER AND SPELTER
���ft* 4"_h4v* ���$* * * 4* ���&'<&��� 4* 4��
THE CANADIAN BANE
OF COMMERCE
MLBBM0M9 WAUBtt, C.V.O., CJLD. 3XCX, TtvUtaT
SOm.AtltP.C���1< A MUmutt ..���,....   ;.        P- V- * JOWSS. A��rt Gwerri Huuo
CAPITAL SI&^a^QB    RESERVE RIHD, $13,500,000
BANKING BY JMLAIL
Accouots may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank
of Commerce to be operated by mail, and wfll receive tbe same
careful attentionsIs given fe> allother departmentsof theBawfcV
business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn In this way as
satisfactorily;a* bar', a peoetni viA'io.^^a^B^fP'^'r- ?�����.
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xxxXX^x^ H. C. UJCAS, Manager;X
C LOAT ib not a periodic-
*^ al. It is a , book containing 86 illustrations all
Cold j and is ; filled with
sketches and stories of
western life. It tells how
a gambler cashed in after
6h�� flush days of Sandon ;
tow it rained in New,Denver long after Noah was
dead; how a parson took a
drink at Bear Lake in
early days; how justice
was dealt in Kaslo in '93;
haw the saloon man out-
^ prayed the women in Kala-
"j* mazoo, and graphically de-
V jviortfi the roamings of a
H* western editor among the
Jj* tea.der-feet in the cent belt.
eg* It contains the early history j���
of Nelson and a romance
of the Silver King mine,
la it are printed three
western poems, and dozens
of articles too numerous
to anenfeion. Send lor one
before it is too late. The
pri ce is 25 cents, postpaid to any part of the
w��rldv;i: Address M all
ters io-X X XX':
4-
4*
4*
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4*
4-
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Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in, the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.&
GILLIS & ION, Proprietors. "
' ' "'     'w   ���
DR.A.MILLGY
DENTIST
All   the
latest. metli6d9
Dentistry.
in   high-class
LOO BUILDING
Ccirner Abljott & Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER,   -   -   -   BC.
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Greenwood High School
Report of Attendance for Term Ending
31st December. 1917
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[���: (JEEENWOOD,: B. &X
No. of authorized teaching dayp, T7i
School in seEBion - - ;.-77i
Average for school    -       -    65.2S
JUNIOR   PRELIM
Nellie Axam 77+, Annie Eustis
72^, George Hallett 63, Fred Harris 75i, Raymond Lane 73A, John
McArthur 75, Mary McIntos>h 774,
Helen McKay 56^, Allan Morrison
74, Arthur Marry; .71, Reginald
Wolveison 77J.
JDSIOB AliVANCED    :
Sherman Careoo 68+, Allan Eustis 77+, Nellie Hammarstadt 61,
Creighton McCutcheon IS, Gordon
McLaren ;62+, ; Vera; Parker���;69+,
Ethel Koyce 72, SfaicoInj-'W.illiaQi.-
bou 76,-.An.nie Anderson'.1S^';^^-;
:':.:'X-:JVSIQR  MATBICrLATIOJ* 'XX>
Our Stock Taking- Sale is on
and will run to the end of Jan-
uar7.    G. A. Rendell.
D. R. McElmon, Greenwood.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Spectacles and pipes repaired.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Crane and son,
left on Saturday for Copper
Mountain, where they will reside,
Mrs, Dawson and daughter
Mlss Eleanor, of New Denver,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Taylor,
The Greenwood School will
hold a Dance in the Masonic
Hall in the near future. Watch
for the date.
For Sai.e.���Five roomed house
and Lot in Anaconda. Lot 4,
Block 4. Price $250. Apply Joe
Caron, Midway.
Ward Storer is playing hockey
with the San Francisco hockey
team. He is holding down the
position of rover
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Graham,
of Princeton, were the guests of
Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Murray for a
few days last week.
Geo. Ellis, of Marysville, was
a passenger on Monday's west
bound train, on his way to the
Willows camp, Victoria.
The Executive of the Women's
Institute are requested to meet at
the home of Mrs. Wood on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock*
There has been a change in
C. P, R. Eastbound passenger
train which comes, in at 8-35
a. m., instead of 4.10 p.m.
:The Skating Rink will open
on Friday evening providing the
ice will be in shape to skate on.
Opening night free. Season
tickets will be on sale at the
Rink.
W. Salmon, of "Mariposa,"
Midway, has just .received his
share of a big legacy left by his
aunt, of St. Paul, Minnesota.
The deceased lady died December
28th, 1915.:   .���;������.;������
At the annual meeting of the
Boundary Women's Institute held
on Friday last, the following
officers were elected: President,
Mrs. ;W.-,.H. Wood; Vice-President, Mrs. Ashby; Secretary,
Mrs. J. Jory; Treasurer, Mrs. S,
RDixonv ������' ;'
The employees of the Granby
company at Phoenix, for the
month of December contributed
some $1,608.85 for patriotic purposes, making a grand total for
the year 1<U7 of $16,692.86. A
further amount of $663 was raised
for the Halifax relief fund during
the past month.
The Sister's of St. Joseph
wishes to add to the list of Benefactors who so kindly sent pries-
eh.ts.to. the Hospital during the
Christmas holidays, the following: The Hon. and Mrs. J. D.
MacLean, Victoria; Mrs. T. M.
Gulley, Mrs. C. P. Charlton;
Mrs. C. Rock, Midway, B. C.
At the Boundary Women's Institute Annual Meeting held -Friday January 11th, the secretary's
report showed a good years work
for the Red Cross. They have
made 836 articles which, have
been distributed in various Canadian ' Hospitals in England and
France. :V During the month ot
November, they sent 50 Christmas
boxes to
IN THE SOUTH
A public meeting was held in the
Rink building on Saturday evening
lasfe, at which the Greenwood
Hockey Association was formed,
for the purpose of operating tho
skating rink for the present season.
The personnel of the officers are as
follows: Hon. Pres., Hon. J. D.
MacLean; President, E. W. Halcrow; Vice-President, H. McKee;
Sec-Treas., C. P. Charlton; Executive committee, in addition to the
above, Harry Anderson, B. Taylor,
H. Sommers.
The Association have secured a
lease of the Kink, with all privileges, from the Rink Directors, for
tbe current season.
Membership in the Association
is open to everyone Membership
fees are as follows: Gentlemen,
$4; Ladies, $3; children, 12 yrs to
16yrs, $3; children, under 12 yrs,
$2.50; general admission, 25c.
Your membership fee entitles you
feo free admission to the Rink for
skating.
Skating tickets only will also be
issued at the following prices:
Gentlemen, $3; Ladies, $2; children, 12Jto 16, $2; children under
12, $150; general admission,   25c.
Ife is hoped that a Ladies hockey
team will be organized in addition
feo the Intermediate and Junior
teams.
The Rink will be'opeu for skating, on Friday, weather permitting
feo make sufficient ice by that time.
With a smaller number of ekaters
than formerly fehe Executive find
the financing a difficulfproblem,
and therefore solicit the financial
assistance of the older people, in
order to provide wholesome sport
for the younger oneB, as well as
entertainment for tho entire community.
A Committee will can��a�� the
town for members��� a receipt will
be given each subscriber, for the
amount of the fee~pai<I> which receipt can be exchanged at White's
Drug Store for the regular ticket;.
Tickets may be procured directly
at the Drug Store.
Patriotic Fund
The local Treasurer of fehe Canadian Patriotic Fund wishes feo acknowledge receipfe'of the" following
subscriptions from December 19th,
1S17 to January 12th, 1918:
WRYounkiii ���..:..;,;.���..-;.v;..;..;$
SBeneraikn"........,..;..;.....,.........
R E Woivertou ......./......,.,..,,.; ..
H Hausoa , ...,......:.,
VS Reese.......;...,.:......,.	
W ESmith........;.. .,	
A Legault;.'..... .....,..;...
G. Grqsveuor. ,;..........,
r. Mytton .....;...... ... ;	
J Keady.......	
W, C. Arthurs ..........................
P-W.George'...- ���.���........_.. ..-.
I/and J Portmann ..... ;	
Canada Copper Co	
Hon. J. D. MacLean 	
R W Halcrow....	
C T Eales ,
P Burns & Co...  ...................
J. B, Lane :.;........
J.C Boltz;...: ........���;	
W. R. Dewdney....	
P. H, McCurrach.	
H McCutcheon ,	
J.V. Mills.......  ...
K.C.B. Frith	
WP Miller .....,.,
H C Lucas! '.........,'.-.
j. Simpson....... 	
W. Klson&Co.....;...	
Greig & Morrison....	
J.li. White.....,.,..:,..,...........
I/ee& Bryan	
T M Gnlley& Co.;.:.; X.....
J L Coles. :.^XX.)y:X...
Js��3 Walsh- X:.XX-.XX'.-
Smith & King.....,...;;;;;7;;.;7..:.:
O. A. Rendell.... .XXXX:X;y
U. McKee
the local1 boys :at thelG Swayne	
in, the same month*G B Tavlor**~--..,.,-. :-^, r,,,
Front;  also
they s<eht ;.a.j.barrel costaining;125 [ p "VV George
iX'XX'Xr t X- XXX X ���'��� "-���- v.    jjaT&of ;fruit :and:;pkkles-;tb' Bal-]_D Mclutosh ;:;���;::;;
Cecilsa Mcintosh, 61,  Josephine: , -���' 1 -'-'o'���'���"-'���'i* mt ' ^ --'vj-tyw���
.'..'... --..  ���":.-���,   -four Sanitarmm.. The. financialjTTbonjas .......,..;
'XX'Xy'XXX j report re.ad;as follows:7;.Receipts <G- Wl A> Smith.:.-.
Joseph ;Gv McJrtx:r,nyLx^i6^
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P. H."; McCURRACH,
'.;,.-.���.' Secy-Treas,
Green^w<3 Branch.
They are praying for rain, in
some of fehe churches in Los
Angeles. Better run a pipe line
to Seattle where the people are
praying for it to stop raining.
Rain always follows prayer, provided you pray long enough. Ife
has been hot and dry for six
months in Southern California.
The water near San Diego is from
seven feo nine degrees warmer than
is usual afe this time of the year.
The tuna, yellowtail and other
varieties of fish thafe usually go
further south in October, are Btill
being caught in large numbers.
At the fishing boats, rock cod, sea
bass, yellowtail, etc., can be
bought for from six to 10 cents a
pound.
In January, 1846, five companies of  Mormons inEantry  marched
2000 miles from Utah to~the Old
Town of San Diego.   There are 21
descendents of-fehese soldiers in the
army at Cainy Kearney,  14 miles
from San  Diego.    The other  day
they marched, along with  a band
and  other soldiers to Old Town,
and    celebrated    the    event    on
the    plaza,    around   the   monument     that    marks      the    spot
where Tremont  first   hoisted  the
American flag in California.    In a
future letter I will tell something
about Old  Town,  and  the   early
days.    Jim "Ward of New Denver
was there in 1869.    He was in fehe
army fehen, and  drove a six-mule
team all the way   from   Tucson,
Arizona.    The first hotel  in California  was;opened in 1842 afe Old
Town, and the sign is still on exhibition  in a  building,   125 years
old,   now   known   as   t(Bamoua's
Marriage  Place."    The first wagons were brought to California in
1846.. - . ___:
Lower California, Mexico, is a
peninsula, 752 miles long, with a
coasfe line o�� 2000 miles. In natural resources it i3 one of fehe
richest parts of the world. Colonel
Canto is the military governor of
Lower California. He reminds
me of the Prince of Monaco, Up
to recently he derived a good deal
of . his revenue from gambling.
Mexicalli, the capital of Lower
California was the most licentious
town in. ��� the world. Canto made
$1000 aday out of the Owl cafe in.
that feougb town. That tough'
diveis now. closed,..also the.resorts,
at Tia Juana, and other feowns,
since fehe United.States.- prohibited
visitors from entering Mexico.
Ife was American dollars thafe kept
the tongh Mexican towns in money.
Feeling the loss of his revenue
Canto it is reported, proposes to
secede Jrom Mexico, and establish
a little republic of his own, witb
the vie of selling out eventually to
the United States for from 8100,-
000,000* to 8500,000.000. However the Carranza government is
keeping an eye on Lower California, and has sent troops to all tbe
strategic points in the Btate. Canto
pays hia soldiers $L a day, and
only has 700 of them. He did
have 1S00, but when the gambling
games had to cease his revenue
was nofe large enough to keep up
such a large army. Before longT
look for lively times in Lower Cal-.
ifornia-, mixed with the blood of
greasere, provided of course, that
Canto raises bis own flag. Mexico
ie as hard to govern as Quebec.
It is a pity that snch an earthly
paradise, in the way of climate and
resources, is perpetually in a Btate
of turmoil. There ia no prohibition in Mexico. It is church in
the morning, a bull fight in the
atteraocMi, and a pul(jae drank at
night. Away from the horde* a
red plo&b jag costs aboufe 10 cents.
As faT as I can learn "near beer"
is not sold in Mexico. So different
in B.C.
B. T. LOWERT, ���
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COMPANY S
A Strong Canadian   Company
Surplus     Over    Three-Quarters  Million   Dollars
���*> HEAD  OFFICE: TORONTO
Wii!    Teach    Us   All   Seme    Sadly
Needed Lessons in Economy
Tho food administration rill    consider   that     it     has   accomplis'ii d     a
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~   J American pco]>!o  ibia  wiy.'cr a:i    uc- j
S    I cci>iribk-  v.'ar  loaf, sUir'_!a;di::C(! as   l<> ���
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111)e  lircad  card  system  v.-ilium*,    siiv!
oi   its    cli~at?!'ccal)!c     features.        ->!!;1
Hoover himself is ivi.ikiiss v>ar lircaii j
t :%'|-}iM'ii:i(.'iils  in  1'hiludelphia, ar.d vav-j
jio-is .stale: food administrators, aaion^i
thrui  llm   head  of  th?  niovcinciii   in
i Mt.r.-iaua, havc  tu'^.cv.   ii  vp  i-adepen-
jdeutly-.
Thr America;-! w;ir loaf will bc rca!.
: palatable  food.    No  on.:  need worry
j on  that  '���core.      It  wiil not    he   the
| black  bread of  Uu.'sia,    nor  will    it
'contain  chopped   i-traw  or  chalk,  aft-
' cr  the   nr.uiner  of  llic  German     and
! Aiislnai-i  niastorpicccs    of    lnalr.utii-
liiou.    Oa  llic other hand, it vill not
i be the snowy white bread that .Arccr-
]irans have fooled tlu-msclvcs into bc-
ilievi'.i;?  is th'.:  paraxon  of nil foods.
I     1'robahly   it  will   contaiii     a   niodi-
Iciun  of  corn,    (..'iirn  bread  li^s  failed
j to   (V'.iin   wide   popularity   chhdly    be-
can = i:   so   few   people,   know   Low    lo
'make   it properly.    Another   imfi-eoni
bread factor is the system ui market-
ip.S iliiit  niakes corn  meal  cor-l  more
than   while Jlonr, veilii-li  is ;tll  wrons-.
There    is  not.liir.tt    to  indicate     tha'.
people will not cat torn meal ii ihcr
jKft  it us an   ingredient    o!     a    wcll-
lliakoil loa.i Fidd r.t a reasonable price.
When     common   sense   frets  in   its
work, tlie ^ki'inr; mulls of onr    present  bread  repime  wiil     bc   apparent
tn  everyone.     1 Iir.re is  no    conraion
i souse in    a    pound    of bread eoslinr
I more    here    than    it does ir. London.
I'J litre  is no common sense in    stubborn  insistence  on  bread   made   only
of bleached  white .floar, or in a system whereby a 10c loaf weighs twice
as  much   in   en.?   city   as   in     another,
| nor in the ouilandish profits Hint the
| ordinary run of bakers are at present
I extrai-imtc  from   a   brow-beaten   pub-
I lie.   War bread will teach ns all some
[sadiv nccd'.'il 1.?soi>? in economy and
the  sci; nee  of   r.atiuK  wiil.--Spokane
Spokesman* b' c v ie w.
Every enlisted man
would stand up stronger
and resist mucli sickness
if hc could have the benefits oi
because it fortifies the lungs
and throat, creates strength to
avoid grippe and pneumonia
and makes rich blood to avert
Jj& rheumatic tendencies.
t��P Send a bottle of
SCOTT'S to a relative
o* friend in the service.
&coil & Bomuc, Toronto. Ooi.       37-14
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:-;.;|tf:;::||:|fe;;May::..^iir^
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k GRAND MEDICINE
FOR LITTLE ONES
Baby's Own Tablets arc a jrranrl
medicine for little ones. TLty ;\rc a
mild but thorough laxaliyc; are absolutely safe; easy lo ftivc and never
fail io cure any of the minor ills of
liltie ones. Conccrniiifr Ihcni Mrs.
Jas. S. Jlasley, Gleason Road, N.B.,
writes:���"1 have used Baby's Chen
Tablets and have found them perfectly satisfactory for my little one."
The Tablets are sold _by medicine
dealers or by mail at 25 cents :i bo>;
from The Dr. Williams' iledicinc
Co., Brockviile, Ont.
Gun That Never Stops
New  MadiiJic  Spits Bullets   by   the
Tiiousand
Annomicfiiicut has been made o:
the development oi en American machine Kim capable of continuous firing says Poiniku1 Mechanics." Ammunition is carried to its feed block
by an endless licit kept filled by an
automatic reloading mechanism. Supply hoppers contain from 2,dU0 to
10*000 cartridges <ind arc replenished
or replaced without imcrlcrhiK -with
operation. Mot;t machine, suns lire
������00 shots a wiitnite and are supplied
with, annniniition by belts holding"
appro.\iinat(dj" 250 carlridffcs. Thus
lliey are able to fire uninterruptedly
for only tliirty seconds, while the
new inst runic nt spits thousands of
missiles without pausing, and thereby docs tlie work of two ordinary
pieces.
The Test Question
When   the    Allies    Can    Afford    tc
Make Peace With Germany
The question which the allies must
ask themselves is this: Will the
Junkers, if wc should make some
kind of a compromise peace, bc able
lo say to the German"people. "We
have not quite brought you the victory we promised, bnt sec how near
we caine to it, and sec, at the worst,
what we accomplished against a
world of enemies." If the German
people believe that it is the Prussian
system which saved it, then the allies dare :iot make peace. The world
will, indeed, bc unsafe for democracy.
But if the German people .-duuld
turn upon ihr: junkers und fjuotc
their ���own words against them, namely, iii at the country has been saved
by iIk devotion and suffering of the
common man, then tire allies can afford to make peace. They will have
brought about that fall of the Prussian system .which they set out to
encompass. And r-vents at the moment of wrilins show that the process within Germany is full under
way.���Yule Review.
ajEillliniEMIEtlBtllEHKlllCIIIlIIIilCtlliBIIIIIEIIIMIIIIIElSEIltllEllIIIllEtlltillllEllfEUSIillllltlH
b. art
It Bids Pain Begone.���\Yk--n neuralgia, racks the nerves or lumbago
cripples the back is the time to test
the virtues of Dr. Thomas' ITcctric
Oil. Well nibbed in it will still the
pain and produce a sensation of case
and rest. There is nothing like it as
a liniment for its curative properties
are givat. A trial of il will establish
faith  in  it.
The Big Crop
of
Conlineri and Contented
G���i'ri'iiaii.v'.Pris'oiners of Wsk^WelK-S.at7-'
:V:G.tr:nfi^
'fe''Ctly<c'atvtM ihe
���opiniony:Of d3r: ;Elinef>l'. Glark, ,wbo
iiasif }us;!.*���;���. re'turncd���;;Jroni;: .:a jirotracted
visit;;to:.' javrppc,; ���:and7-���t:b��l:^,''a^;M)j;c
mily. happy spcople iii:; Ivhropc \;1o:d^y,
ln'''j':'iill:/vli.c";iii'terii.'m^
;ini'bli^>:.-\y6fk7s:'-;it;: y,-liie'!i: tli'e^-arc:.;c:iii-.
;ployc<!'"tiic* prisoliti'S'fWeav^he1':'most
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:.iut'laboring::.������"at': Iheir warioua"^.tAsUi,'',
:d��cki:iiei.l:. to  a /large  ::ti<liciicc: re1
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pl(.IVri.,ii'S;!:.ik;.C.^
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this  i:n.far1;(iurivn, IfadiipN-ipii^
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.1      II     ������!!     I     I   . I .1      ill! I Mill          *���'.   Ill ���
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Canary Causes British Panic
It Tii Shot Before Revealing; Weeks
of Mining Operations
���How otic little canary bird caused
consternation among an entire division of British troops and had to bc
killed, is told hy Dr. Robert Davis,
recently arrived in the United States
to lecture at tlie ofticcrs' training
camps on activities of the Red Crosc
in  Europe.
"For more lluin a month on a
northern sector of the line the British had been secretly mmitijr beneath the German trenches," said Dr,
Davis. "The work was almost complete. During 'the operations several canary birds were, as usual, kept
in the excavations to warn the Avork-
crs:������.of:: llj.c::;iiT<scivce: of; fire>: .damp,;
which"is::fatal;to the'birds; "One lij.-
th; sohxsleiV however;- escaped ���from
its job; ���ncwiiiilto: the :in:iddle; of i>io
'.'Mali's.���������I;'iifici:'sni.,(Iv ntighfinsr otfa: buslr
:beg;iii :'tb Xing.":������ y .[���.".y '���'.'��� _:,���. ���'���;_���.���_:,;���
���;\''Cohstei"natic>n7 reigned: iny.th'e; British liiie S; :;;:lf'11ie.; bird: had; been 'dis-
coyercddVy'tliejGermans::thc work "of
y"eekS: .'.w.oii'kl 7go".'ilftt*' :naught, '��� as the
"'.crrewy.'.eqiilci'^^
: i a can i fig" of y Is -���;presen'ec:and prepare
to conib;}t:'tlie sappirig: ,; operatiOns:
:'i hfe:'iiiftiriti���'}���������.xyas; im ni^eliately' Order-:
cd to ��� opei'i-lire ;<:ti::S!re:7cahary tq deft;
troy7 itv '7T_.:ut;:7it-"s
eharnved 'lifc.:. :Evcn the:: s-harpshoot-;
���crs'faikdvto: liritig it��� olowri; as'ithop-.
ped: froiit'/UyigX<> tyyig.;: I7iria)iy: -tlie
artiiicry": Intel ;do': be^fcalledron. ;;'77 A:
itvcnclirgun': v:itil������'it "wcll-aiined: ::.shell:
lifcyy :ihq"l)iixi;:;Lnd::;:tlic liusli; aiVd ;lhe
:7:sb:i'i'.g: ji;!i':!_-i>':iiiibtlii-tiRives if''":::::/;::....:-v:\: ri-..;:;::;:';;V.v:.'
Canada's     Exportable     Surplus
Wheat Is Estimated
The statistics and census bureau of
the   Dominion   government   estimates
! that   Canada will  have    154    million
��� bushels of wheat available for export
'during-  the   next  crop    year    ending
'August 31,  1918.      This' estimate    i.s
j based on the preliminary estimate of
! this year's crop of 249 million bush-
| els, which, together with the quantily
carried  over from' 1916-1917  and    an
allowance for    imports,    brings    the
total quantity of wliea.1 available     to
257   million   bushels.    These    figures
are   necessarily   subject   to    revision
when  later and final returns as to the
results of  this year's    harvest    shail
have liccn received.      Deducting  103
millions  for    domestic    consumption,
loss in  cleaning, and seed  for 1918���
say 16  million  acres at  1.75  bushels
pe^jacre���there remains a  surplus of
1;��� million  bushels  for export.
J:;T_ie',T'n;itcd':OStatc;sv .rhilitaryy'idraft:
!s:ltp:ws:;ihafM
>ically7::defectiy:o;:;i-s ;.fT0'ih-;:/:::ito:,;20';:!i>c:r
eent,:TiJRli:eiV;in; ni r^iI; ^listld^ct&"t?'-iii7 in
'^���iitvie's^ \-::3"lVBv-;:o��'ni7i-iad;^- blai-ji:c/7;tli'is7.;^tf>d h.e
jaide:'oX:';.me*lj:cafeih^^
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13
Tiiis quantity will probably bc increased by 10 million bushels, however, l>y the reduction in the quantity for loss in cleaning and for food
here. The quality of this year's grain
is higher than ever it was before, and
consequently the loss in cleaning is
likely to he less than the average of
previous years, while the quantity required for home consumption, ia consequence of the efforts of the food
controller, will not bc so great as the
quaiitit:y'7'uI.l,o\ved:rfor;c',; yy.
ATinard's 'Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
Scdttiali Romance
How; Love; Triumphed Oyer the.'������'.M.ii-������
;::;.,.::v:.itary::.''Regulat_.ohs. X:.
..:���VLc.a.ve;';���<__fvabs.cnce'��� from a Sc'dfiish
ciinip having:bceti refused^hini^ a lad
pf nineteen/left his quafte'rs in; prdcr
to get inarried,<:;; but������������;, -when The train
���.was "a mile; frbni the station/ where:
the i>rospc:etiye : bride, /\vasV': w"ititing;
;the soldier-w^as/arrestcdVriS: a deserter.:
: ���Wltemlii^ystory:
���gbw. ::i).!olicc,:'.cpitrtyBaillic; Siitchell exr
pressed regret tliat 71iCt could hot���.'���'p.c'r-'
���fj3l:rtv';ih.'c'.'.^
out. lliati aS :bbtli parties: had; expres-,
;7sed;:::tJiei:iv/d,esire;Tbr/iiiarii:agc>:-:^
the.:��� cquri^as Ayitiveises,: ifire: ��� S.cpits':
lavv.:���..'iv'jis,; :satis:(ied, /aiul; all /that;- :was
Veq-iiia"^<l- \yrts tlie sheriff's" ���pc'rinissipii
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:/: 'THc_: /'e'ptipie.'��� ..���\vo'i;ft/:-':.::\i<>-,.'.'t11c.\,.'.:'..CAiini.y:.-
huildsngsvi wliirc::-th:e;:Tega:l:: fprnudify
pf Jdeclaratibii/ ^'wasi^gonev-thtpi^lii;
i.l'iiitv' j l^aftc-ir ;.'.tli:*i:'/'l>'F.i.<:l c.'.]^'rp.o^-/\'V.'c.tvii"t'i,cyV-'',l.p'.
the:; ;jv ol iee" s t a tio it.;! to ��� await;; "ah;. c seb'r t.;
Wheat prices arc fixed but service is not.   The  best is assured yau    S
when you consign   your ~
���>C    =
I Wheat, Oats, Barley, Flax or Rye 1
g        -    .    To   the  Old   Reliable   Grain  Commission  Merchants
I Jas. Richardseu & Sons,
���    s
WRITE FOR INFORMATION
WESXKRN   OBF1CES
Oxa'm Kcchanffc, Winnipre
Ciiain  Esclionec, Cal&iry
Cioada  3uilding,   Ssstitoon
LONQ DISTANCE PHOfoES
Main   tS22
Main   22<B
3241
Milk  Ckocolaie
Dainty chocolate pieces, out of the run of ordinary milk chocolate, containing a real flavor of rich,
creamy milk and the finest cocoa beans well
blended.
Sold everywhere.
Made in Canada.
A-15
Making the Home Attractive
How One Firmer Kept His Boy on
XX''XyyX:;yy-thc.. Farm.:-. V.-:!7-:'":,";';v'.:-'':.: ���;':'���;
������ A:drainage inspector in a Canadian;
iprovince: once visited i'';re;r't;uii'';.f;ir'in'r
ei' and;:'f6niulJiiih not���'���'6.iily.,',iii;'.posses-'
sion; ipf.'a' good :liouse,; with:; nipderii;:
s'aiittjii-jr��� cciuii)iiiciitv: but \he and liis
familyXv-ctc. enjoying the-: occupation',
of the best7 rocihis in :tlie ;lipnse.>:::On
being iislcecl ivliy he did not live in:
llic :ki"tcliciL:::Iike. his. neighbors, arid
\yhy"::lte::166I��d/ si?;: iriueli:. after; ; the:
cotrifofts of hi s home, :lic replied that
he^yvaiited; to7 keep liis 'boy; on Xihe
farm,; ail(1: that' lie ::Could::Hot '���'���csivec't,
to:.;do feq' ii lie;;did :iiot provide: hiin
\vi|h hoinc conifort.s :cc|ii<il :to those
enjoy ed"'.'li'y ;i)eople;;of cqLial ineans:
and :r<iiik:of;1 ife.,'ih tlip.���������city,; There is
niorc : sound; yhilpsophy in;; the in el li:
pd; of :t|iat/farnier;'.''tl'iaiv;:ii,s.'';..f6'ii.rid;'.'bci
tween ;:.t'h.d';!-'pS'crs.:':pf.';iit;iiiv
.pii'.y/riii'p.l'Xd'p.po.pitlatipn^
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>:7,';:Wp.Ml:i"V;e' ;isked:";Iier , several /tiiiies
to   s in ft: ;ind ������':,.:-sli c     lias ;rcfu set!; each
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j'Sbuie op'the ^Straiisei-s^nvay^g
th inking';:tJieji;Ve:,niissed::s
I:���-DetrcitV;l,vre:e;'Press. '���������'.'��� XX
Value of Corn
Luther Burbank   Says    It    Is    Best
Cereal Except" Wheat
.:".'������'��� and Rice
I.iitlier   Burbank  of  California   has
declared that  he  was  misquoted    in
the iStatement recently attributed   to
him that corn diet is injurious to the
'national health.XXX'
y In : liis denial: he says: -r"': v-       ��� ._
::..:;'"I; ain in thorough sympathy with
the effort to Ret corn niorc generally
introduced* into   the'���:.. dietary   of    the
United  States.,XIi is in my; ppinipn
the best .cereal  food; except  -wheat7
and   rice,   and   people   should   by  all
means  be: encouraged  to   use 7it  far
niorc;li1)crally thaii it lias been used,
as it supplies till of the : elements of'���;
nutrition in.nearly the right prdpor-
tipiis aivd .'will  take,-'. the J place of   so :
tiiuch  hi cat \y itlv; great advahtaRe;;; to;
the  healtli  of .those; .vdiPvUSeHt, ' It-:
\yill;ecrtaihly,;;be-:far::betfcr:;;;i
good proportion of it rather tlian^so
''niviclr^'lnrc..-'white':;:floiir."vr'.''
X ^>\)u:;7shotildn!t7:::\ypr!"y over;': what
tlie' newspapers- say about you.'':;;]::\X:
; ':':Jv doii't,'':7replied ::Senator ���. SorK.;
litini.; '"What���.;strikes meXs ;pmiho'iii';
is vlhe; faet; aliai/thcy ;;arc:';OV:e'r]bokinK;
nie; as a7 tOpic._'--Wa7sKinRtoii: Star.. ^,1
.:���   -.���:��� , ijiliivr-ii^sisfiiiipe ufiian-v idtljc'i''irii'diciuS
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the first.bibs I eouli-scs G difitrfiice. Irii
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pills for spine %ime;.'. iThe": result Tris;
splehdiil; i feel .eo: :W"Ucli .;>'eit��'r,;p����ii
sleep "well at nislit, ��an go out on tho
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Bruises and Sprains
Have Sloan'.") Liniment handy for
bnijses and sprains and all pains and
aches. Quick relief follows its
"prompt application. No need to
rub. It quickly penetrates to the
trouble and drives out the pain.
Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments. Sloan's Liniment does not
stain the skin nor clog the pore3.
For rheumatic aches, 'neuralgia.
��titf xniiaclcfl, lame back lumbago.', gout,
strains, end ��prain��, it gives <|ulcb relief.
Cenerou�� sized bottles ��t idl cirugristt.
25c. 50c. ��� $1.00.
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OUR ADVICE
Ship to us at once and Rests
'.   Benefits of High Prices
now prevailing.
Fr?ce L!si and Shipping Tags FREE
WmW!(M
The  U. S. Obstructionists
People Who are Putting Profits Before Patriotism j
The    first-class    and    second-class !
mail   that  comes  to  our   desk     con- '
tains much complaint.    And there is
much  ground for complaint.
Plenty of people arc putting    pro-
j fits before patriotism.    Some, leaders
j and organizations  of labor    arc    as
ready to  fight out a    little    private
I war for their private gain as though
I ihe nation were at peace.    Some, representatives of  capital  are  unwilling
i to abate a lot of their old stiff-necked,  stupid   hostility  to   all   labor  organizations.    As had    as    either    of
them arc  those distinguished  statesmen   who  -wished   to   enrage   Northwestern  farmers  against the govcrn-
j ment and against the war.
��� "War-obstructing enemy helpers in
[.congress naturally raise the tempcr-
_ attire  of  patriotic  blood.    Notorious
��� faults of that body are especially ir-
i rilaling at this tifi-.e. Among those,
i but .of congress, .-.vho placed thcni-
! selves in violent opposition to the
! president and his cabinet in the two
i years preceding our declaration ot'
I war. there are a few who cannot re-
j sisl: the temptation, to heave a brick
! now.
I    The. ancient battle  between    haves
��� arid    have-nots  finds    abundant    opportunity    lo    rage;    and    there    is
plenty  of demngogucrv   on  one  side
jof it and plenty of selfishness on. llic:
t other.
i
Whether  it
labit to   view
fAJiifsjidAfexazderil'imnPKj.Canada
WeAlio Buy HIDES and SlNrr/tRDOTi
TOmA's "TliesphoiLinc.
The Great English Itemedu,
Tenon aud invigorate* tha whole
\ neivouf. Bj-steia, tnikea aew Blood
ia old Veins, U-tirta uVrrroiu
Jfcbilitv, Mental and Jlrain Worrvl BcFpon.
Jcnc,y, Loss of K:\trgij, Palpitation cf tht
fteart. Failing Mtmor.y. l'lico SI per toi, eIi
|tr$3. Onsniltpteaao, sirwillcure. fiohlbytll
irugliste orroiifedln plum pkg. on receipt of
ttlee. Jftv3pampMt.tTna.ileti.fru. THE WOOD
iKOiciNZ co..Toi��aro. our. <r��runiy wm��ij
public affairs from the conservative
right or (lie radical left or the center, you can iind much to complain
about..
But ihe great mass movement bas
the right direction and velocity. We.
have caught the stroke. In Wall
Street and in the corner gioccr)r, iu
:;liops and on farms, scores of millions are in the attitude of hearty,
vigorous co-operation with the government. Broadly, we arc going
right���and wc are going .to win.���
From tlie  Saturday  Evening Post.
THE NEW FRENCH ftEMEDV. Ni��. H.2. K.��
THEE3APION 8��kM
frCiUllCCeSS, CU!(ES CHPOSlp WEAK KE3S, LOST vigou
*   VUl, KIDKEY,   BLADDER. 1)ISEXSK5,   8I.00D    F01SO.N,
*iles. " eitiji;:: ::o. DRUOSisrsor mail il; post 4 exj
roUdERA CO. 'JJ. DEEKMAN ST. NEW VORK or LYM4K OHO)
Iosqnvo.  '.vi-.ivi: roll FREE boqk to Dr. le Ci.ero
Med.Co, .'UvsssroCKRiJ. lUursTE.to, London, eno,
IRVSEW DR/lGr.t;(TASTEI.ES3IF0(l'M0i'    t*sv to  ����������-[
THBRAP-ION.����rB.ssw
KJS-TJIAI   1'tUDB   MARKED 1V.ORD   ' rHKRAPION '-13  t J'
���IT.OOVr.StAUP AFF1.1ED TO ALL GK!IUINEF*CEr.Wi
'ftt
THE CALVES
Mi��!xticst twins
ev��r iinicd nl
Abortion, Sterility, anil Prtr.-.i-
I tire CsWfag', or*
or" .one hundred
cattle treated in
5 ciinulM. TJs��
one half ct. owl
product, if nol
satisfied ..������.������',-��������� rct'Jrn
l!ic balance and
gti:..f'.yaiir   money.
S'ilS, ?S'..    p01Ul<lS
$4.00. Send foi
printed   EU-Uer.
���"���: ���.'MQUEKN'3.PKOEUCTS.:.'/:,Xx
tr.d   I/*ad   Office,   Edmonton,   Aibtrti.
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FIELD
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X''XX^yX''X:'..CA^
bdMINFON EXPRESS
THE BEST VVAYTO SENOlWOHEVv
TO THE BOYS fN tHETRENCHKS
xxt
1
Awful Asthma Attacks. Is there
a member of your family who is in
tlie power of this distressing trouble?
No service you can render him will
ci'iual the bringing to his attention of
Dr._ J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy.
This remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon what it lias done for
others. Jt has a truly wonderful
record, covering years and y-ars of
success in almost every part of this
continent, and even beyond the seas.
Wheat Grades High
Seventy-five Per Cent, of Crop Grading No. 1
The new official estimate of the
department of agriculture of Saskatchewan places the wheat crop of this
province at 130,000,000 bushels, which
is considerably in excess of the estimates previously made. The. increase
seems to havc been brought about
largely by better yields .than . ,wei;e
expected, in 'the western part of the
p-vovince���-the territory tributary '..������..to
Saskatoon, Seventy-five:per.-.cent of
the crop, it is official^ slated, 'will
grads. No.  1   Northern.:: 7    :;      :".",
.''.'��� T: Was-.cured of Rliehnii'iile Gout bv
MINARD'S LINIMliNT; 'XX:
';<ILa!ifax:;;:^
-   T was cured of .Acute Bronchitis bv
MTNA RD'S ."LINtM EX1X ��� X,:;r
'yx:XXVXU>lX::'X.',CRl^
���'.:Sussex.,'' X':. X.:
1 was cured of Acute Rlicuniatisn:
by .MINARD'S I-INtMEi!v'l\:.:-^'���''':-:'���
! /Markhaui,:::Qnt;: 'e.S.yRILI.TNG.
::;r\'v;ilinkfefic]a;\',Qu(?;v;:"M^
The Tragedy of tlie ^ea
The Minister of Labor
Don't Kiss Anybody
Dr. Hastings' Advice to People With
Colds
Dr. Hastings," of Toronto, gives the
following advice lo people afflicted
with colds:
1. Keep away fiorn places where
r>copl'= congregate.
2. Do not use the same drinking
cup us oilier people���you shouldn't
do so at  tiny time.
3. Do net kiss people, and shun too
close  coniact  v.iih  thcin.
4. Destroy your mouth and nose
secretions   by  boiling   or   by  iire.
5. If you havc fever or aches go lo
bed end siav there until vou feel
better.
News Slackers, Too
From Railroad Telegrapher to Cabinet Minister Within a Year
The rise of Hon. Mr. Roberlsou
from the ranks of labor lo membership in 'the national cabinet is the
most spectacular in the history oi"
Canadian politics.
A 3-car ago he was almost unknown,
beyond his own brotherhood of railway telegraphers, but Hon. Mr.
Crothcrs found him and sent him upon a mission to Calgary, there to see
what he could do in ibrhigirtg to an
end the deadlock between the Fernie
niliicrs and operators. At once he
gained, the confidence both of the
men and the employers and succeeded in getting the parlies to come lo
an agreement, thus ending a most
disastrous situation.
The :runister of labor was naturally vveil_ pleased 'with the success of
his  ntiSsioncr and  saw  the possibili-
Everybody   Should    Read    a    Good
Newspaper and Keep in Touch
With. Events .  .
n., .      .    ,, ties of much more  good  work.      So
Ihe usaii or woman    wno in these   wll��n lhe timc tame .Q a,)puillt ncw
cntica. limes fails to read a good scnators, lic brought forwa.d the
newspaper jeguhtrly; is a slacker, de- | namc of Mr_ RoljCrts0p. lhus Ur.
cliircd trou-ssor "Willard G. Llcycr, , Rol>(;rlS011 became the first reprc-
head or llic dcparlment of jouniabsin sclUalivc ot jabor in thc v.ppcr chain.
at the Lnivcrsuy of Wisconsin, m , bcr_ .Hc is .,]so ,hc Yoan���c.st ,nc���._
addressing the students of the lib- -
rary  school.
It is the patriotic duly to keep informed in  regard to the epoch mak
ing events and liltcrances that are rc-
poricd in  ille press from day to day.
"The  food of opinion  is  ihe  news
/;   ai .������ .    ���.,    , t ���   ,|   . i        ;of the dav," as President Wilson has
6. Always remember thai yot. have       ��� J:lid>-|Jld it MwoYCS ,vcry ,iti.
nRl1* ,, l  *    < ani:one(r1?e   ^��  "ot    only to read  tbe news but
you .have to give ll.cm!tD  Br;n    ]-.1^���iKC.ll    op;n;ons in  rc.
gard to it
the lib-;b,,r 0f that body. Now lie finds him-
1 sejf a cabinet minister a:id evidently
with a great future before him.
"From railroad telegrapher to senator and then cabinet minister "within n year" is someihing of a ;:tory.
���Halifax Herald.
no more
a cold than
diphtheria or smallpox, and that you
are very foolish to "take a cold" from
anybody else if you can help it.
Warts will render thc prettiest
hands unsightly. Clear the excrescences away by using Holloway's
Corn Cure, which acts thoroughly
and painlessly.
Says Pan-Germans
Hate Christianity
German People as the Highest Manifestation of Humanity
_ Writing in Suddeutchc Konserva-
tivc Korrespondcrit,' Karlsruhe, of
which he is publisher and editor-in-
chief, Adam Rodcr, .the well-known'
German publicist, voices thc opinion;
that tho ultimate object, of the propaganda carried on by. the Pan-Germans is the wiping out nf Christianity in Germany and the establishing
ol _n'peculiar,'��� lnadc-in-Gcrmany religion. After accusing the Pan-German annexationists of bitter hatred,
of "semitic Christianity," and quoting liberally from their .writings ��� to
prove his contention, Herr Rodcr arrives at the following conclusion:
"The_ Pan-German view of the
world is consciously aimed at thc
rooting out of the Christian religion
and the system of ethics derived
irom it. A German' religion is to
arise, linked to the belief in Wodan
of our ancestors, which, in turn, is to
be so 'refined' by the results of the
modern theory of races/and, the
teachings ������"of: the Darwinian, theory of
evolution that what remains wili be
Atheism, framed' iii7:,vdiigh-spiinditig
phrases.:OTlie:,German people, its the;
noblest and. most favOred of all races,
as the highest.���.manifestation :ofv:;..'��� Iii.x-
inanity,7;will have: become .: its-"���.'���,6'wn''
god.' ���'���;!> -\    '..XyX;'X<\XX: yX-'-'
"Christianity :\vi 11 die ' ��� done- :away
:with, according to ::tlie::idcas;oi Nietzsche,: as : the great 7' weakening -and
enervating influence;!The:oiily:great
person is lie:who has power andiuses
."it: Sin, redcniptioii,: repciitaiicc,���'���..'the.
greatcstv and most; profound /things
that liiinian thought :trics :4o' ;fathc>ni;
���do.iYipt'exist for tins :coinpany : of
heartless bulIicsV wyiiose ; irieiiibers,
_w'ith''monocles"in tlieir left eyes and!
rattling ��� sabres: in- their riglit,'hands,
challenge the world in (irder to place
tlieV.Gcniiair-'heel; lipcul; it's; ::ireck.'iii
'ancient T'ahiau ...Tashioit;''''
P.ilelligent public opinion, without
which we cannot have true democracy, is the sum total of the opinions
of individual citizens, and must bc
formed largely from the news which
is printed in newspapers.
By failing to read the news and to
consider its significance, a man i.s
shirking his duty lo his country just
ras truly-as -lie is when he fails to
| express his opinions hy casting his
|vote at au election.���From Newspa-
Ipcrdoni,   Ncw York.
CHILBLA1N3
ICjsily   .intl   ijhiicldy
Cured   v.-ith
EGYPTIAN
LINIMENT
for Rale "by
All   Dealers
QOI.ICLAS   &   CO.
Proprietors
Nrvpauce       -        Ont.
Prohibition in Seattle
!.-������   ��������������.��..�����������.,���..
PAIN?   NOT A BIT!
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No  humbug!   --Apply few  drops
then just lift them  away
with fingers.
... ,...'.t.................
��������� jj^-wtji; ����m ��i
r^'i
;War!;Has' ��raiij^
"::';:",;'.;of...'.Maritime .'fa^pityfrXyX-X-..
��� '7:AV'e: hay:c;fcd;:t!ic:'.sta^v.'^-'vljlipvi-;
sand:' y:trur.i?,'''';vbut'\'!ii#:,e7r7.;.;aS'irw^
fprccd:'������'to7;: feed .it tpda:y;;'it'
Hb#'aThis?
This new drug is an ether
pound discovered by a Cincinnati
chemist. It is called free-
zone, and can now be obtained in liny bottles as
here shown at very little
cost from any drug
store. Just ask for free-
zone. Apply a drop or
two directly upon a tender corn or callus and instantly the soreness disappears. Shortly: you .will
fincl the: corn or jcallus: so
loose ihat/vyptt7 can lift it
off, root and .all, with the
.fingers.:.. ,.%v: '���;:'���
77Not ��� a t winge'.���.���:���:��� "pf;-.pain,
soreness: bi-. irritation; .not
cv7bii the slightest. smarts
Happy Results of the Adoption of a
Strict Policy
Prohibition does prohibit when the
authorities in the state make a serious business of enforcing the lawr.
Seattle's experience in connection
with the adoption ol" prohibition has
been so favorable that one of its daily
papers, the Chronicle, which opposed
thc. proposal lo make the state dry,
��� I is very emphatically proclaiming the
7 ! happy results of the adoption of :i
| 'policy which it opposed, it is quot-
i I cd as saying:
I I     "This   paper   is   ready   at   ten   sec-
f 'ends  notice to light its  best  against
������".   any serious effort lo repeal or cripple
���vi-i L',e prohibition law. For fonr months
The Heaven of j Hural Planning
Young Germany j And Development
Sad i A New Report on Problems of Vital
|      and Current Interest in Canada
ic I     The  latest   report  o?   ihe  commis-
an-Gcr- i sion  of  conservation  deals   with   the
mans were luisy preparing the minds I important subject   of    the    planning:
of thc   people   for   the   contemplated   and  development  of ^rural    districts
war,    Jung  Detitsciiland,   the   official   '
A  Dream  That    Has    Had
Awakening
A  year before  the outbreak of
present   conflict,   when   the   V
were busy prcpari
'"-'now Seattle has honestly tried prohi
bition; and it has prohibited. Not
perfectly, but belter than speed laws
prohibit fast driving, or larceny laws
prohibit theft."
l'olice records for the corresponding months of 1915 and 1016 shows
as follows: January 1 till May 1, 1915
���drunks, 501; vagrants, 441; disorderly, 246; January 1 till Way 1, 1916
���drunks,. 159; vagrants 128; disorderly,, 89. The comity jail lias 100 cell;,
to -'let thai had :��� tenants.; it; year zg,6;
alid;.���'the, Pooi"::Farrii���: lias; lost: ohc-
���foiirtlr.'.p'f:i(s Jvoardci's.; ;;:
���'���; "Add: to :this;;thai :uiicii!i)loxnicht ,is
less, destitution is:less, : poverty >.i;-v:
less .than, Iwelve'-months ��� ligp; divorces'are fewer; collections are better;
'divcs: :have.-;':clo s'c (1; - win te::' si a vc';s.:. it r e:
organ of the Young German league,
in its "issue for October.. i913, gave
vent to the following precious sentiment :
"War is the noblest and holiest cs.z
pression of human activity. For us,
too, thc glad, great hour of batile
will strike. Still and deep in the
German heart must live the joy of
batile and the longing for it. Let us
ridicule to the utmost thc old women
in breeches who fear war and deplore it as cruel and revolting. No,
v/ar is beautiful. 'Its august sublimity Hiwalos lhe human heart, beyond
the I'uii'hly nnd the common. Jn the
eland ���(..:t.hi-."e above fit: the heroes
Frederick the Great aid Blucher, and
all the men .of action���Ihe great F.m-
pcror, iYlollke, Jfoon, Hisraarck���are
there us well, liul not thc old women
who would take away our joy in war.
When hero on earth a battle is won
by German arms and the faithfu'
dead ascend to heaven, u Potsdam j
lance corporal will call the guard to '
thc  door,   and  'old   Fritz'     springing
tnd small towns iu Canada. It has
been prepared by Mr. Thomas Adams
town planning adviser of the. commission, who has made a close study
of the problems of rural development in this country during the past
three years, following twenty-five
years experience in farming, land
surveying and town planning in other countries.
The report deals comprehensively
with the social conditions and tendencies in rural areas and the prevailing systems of land _ settlement and
development. It indicates the rural
problems requiring solution in order
'to secure the proper development:
and economic use of land for purpose of efficiency, health, convenience
and amenity. Thc great injury
which land development in Canada
suffers, from speculation, neglect off'
public health and want of expert
business administration of land settlement, is considered. Incidentally.
; | the problem of returned soldiers i'i
dealt with, and the connection between land    development    and    such
r,-~,��� i-���'^  i i   , ,i -ii ' ���    "it,", i o'uestions as  taxation, unemployment.
^.^f,,X0lflTLt,'n?n^.^n ^:e,ll!0!and   high   cost   of   living   is    "'      "
command   lo  present  arms.     Tha
the heaven  of  young  Germain-.
i- is I
RHEUMATISM CURED
��� In the: days; of our fathers ; and
grandfathers:������������������ rheumatism . ,���'.; "was
1 bought; to be: the; unavoidable penal tyi:of.������'jiiii'ddlc life; and old7 age.? A1-;
most every elderly person had rheu-
.i'iiatisi'n, "as: ���'���wclF as/many, young r>ec-
ple;:;   Medical "science  did: not tin der- :wi
clearly
shown.
!     Having  regard   lo    the    need    for
i more attention  being given  to    pro-
I duction  in   Canada;  to   the extent tc*
which . production    is    impaired    by
' speculation  in  land, by    neglect    o��
[public health,, and by haphazard systems of development; to the ���importance of increasing the supply of- human skill  and  energy and of capital
derived   from  production  instead    of
by  borrowing;   the    problems    dealt
itli
ing, cither; when applying, not to be���,:.Tduiid;''.buVg1a.ries-aiid:;h6Ul::;
freeaoite or afterwardsv;:;|ups bay<V'M
'This' drug doesn't": c^at! ^s- vai1's'icc'^:Src*^clJ?;i clotliiiig lner-
upthe corn or"callus,: .but |f3l-*?&���. "'^ shoe dealrrs report;:gaiii^
shrivels    them : so:   thevI'lV'^
loosen:'and .conic."nglitl^ir^fivcv-pQr'Ccrit.-ii-.iiew. ^business;
out '��� If "is ho luimbug' It 1moc';s are :built; the hanks; liold lmlv
wo&;:iike::a::c:hanr::. ^orr!iQnK��Vore"ilV deposits ll.an, lliey/held
rid :6f every ���hard; ;coni, soft "corn' or
coritvbetweeii /tlie :toes,::as
i-1'rj-st;.
ti iii e;
a.: few-Scents7.you: can .getiW^Ky^1'^::^
Were iie:tr:panic: oyer'llic^ :coiu-
;.'.';it , ^ ���; in*? ��� "of  the :iiew': law :: iii-d-", wearing
.IV.V.ll - :������ CIS. .--..������������.::��� -
The Bacon Ho*
:(���/���.;\\7e  offer   One: Hinidrod     ppllars    ;Rew-ari]
'fo.i*':ajiyve,3sX,oi.',G;i!st
by :1 full's: Cutarvh;'Cure, :
:,, I fall's: C:ii'in'K- On e lias been taken by
i catarrh ^suljcrcfs > for, j thq:- past; Mliirty-liyt
| years, and.'-lias: bccdiiie: 3;<iow;i .as - 'lie inost
j seiiablc'rcineily for Gatarrli.:; : Hull's Catarrh:
:l V'UaacIs through ;t!ie -Hiooil-pii'-tire" JtUcoiis
i burfaccs, expcllius tliS PoibQiiJfrpSi'Mhe: 13Iood
raS::7., he- '���! ""d healing .tltisj discascil "portions....:
..������...     ',,, ���    -  ,   , ,:������,������:������.-, v ������:,i��   i     Alter  you bave: taken^Halts 'Gatarrli   Cure
cpnie-iii^hepast^tliirlyrciglit-:]!!^
;i place'Of "quiet septtlttire for  leiis: of j iinciit   in: votir "geiieraf Iie.-iTtlV:-:, Start   taking
���1.6u:3ands of;::our::fellow-countryni?u;:i:,^
'i>*xm.xX^.mry^
the-sea winch  luied: pur���'������      - ....�����.���.,��� ;. :, , i.rnmeni
"_-":- .      ii-������������     ��������������� ti ���.���!.; ,v,  ���c     .^,r..- smiles: 's  tliey: tiwu ���������siirpl'tis7������.''.'.������'.guests;
painful .calluses  on  bottom  of-  join >.^.iX>'i���VvXUviXX.��       '-": ���'������'��� "      -
feet-' dt:'uever-:dlsappoints':nnd:Ueverr'^
.{���W1:,;  ���,u.,'-v-;>-  L" ���' '   ...    ���������.���;.,,������   ,,.,,.   ������������.] 1^ prohibition  can :he   oniorced:    in
;burnsv bites, pr; innaine^
dnfgg:ist;hasn,t:;   any;:-.frcezo
:teU:lum to.gct::a little bottle^^
���frcu.ii.:::l.ns;-;.w:hotcsii)c:.;;house,.Ci;.^
XX:/''XXXX ���":.������;,���:-��� .���:������;.���:������; -���������-.������:���,:���;���.,:���.:;;:..::::",:.XXXXyX-S h).iai'io.;7;-;Tl.i.eJfact::.is':.t!i;it':"\vh
t5rflin'"Yield8;"Qf::,.:'^:A??>J great increase: Th
:'.:-��� irn['-'' ���������n',:'"';i*  .':^''^.7:'.'-:-.V:--.::������������:������ :^:-^--l>,i"tsini;-'?s,:tli;:it .;foll:av\-:s lyfcylzibi'licn-'thev.
���;./, ^:.;;/vrhe ;Pi:airie:;..Provinees
::XxXXXX.''-..'''.'X~^-~-:....'  XX:XyXX'-'y'<, ���- '_>ros'pc'riiy.',/a^^^^
P.i"eliminaryv':Esfimat'e{'-:'Compl^
v:^:::/''::'thc-Census-ahd':::Statistics:7^
stand the :trbnble-4-did::notd-ciiQw
it w;is rooted hi; thel, blood, d t
thoughtsthat rheumatism :: was
mere "effect of exprrsure to ' coir
dainp,,; and7 it'-.' was"';.fi;'eated ������witli.
mcntS: a it tl hot, applications:, ; wiiicli
soinetinicS: gave temporary;lelief, but
tbis  report  arc of vital   and
current interest to the people of this
country!,:':,';.:."':..:' .;';'������?������.,,���.���:",;���.,;;'.
���'.; There are five appendices by competent authorities, and the conclud-��
ini- j ing chapter, gives an outline of pro-
' posals and makes' general recommendations  to  cover  the    conditions    as
that
was
���tlie
and
.opti-
to be
did; 'i'lb.t,; cure, the ,tro'iible.V;''''.vrii.:''':.:il!'<'S.e':.!'-pre'seiil'ed.:  ���;'���' ���������> ..���'���;....���:
days ��� there" w:ere   ilidusaifds   ofj: idicn- [; :^^ ���''.:.:  .  ���,..-.,.������ ...���.��������� - '..:.:"
iriatic;',c'ripi)l'is.''':!N:6\v.,',��:nie'di:cal''';.i',denc ^,   ::   -    Never Again! '���--���''
understands :,that^^^^^
disease :_of :i hc^ hood,, and:, that with | ihism,: for bur temper: is croihs
good,; :neh,   red- :bloo,d: ;any -nian;; :; orr p'^ved; - ::.Only 7,::,iiie :tliat:''endures to
woman,olany' age, can,_dW
tis^i^cai^becuredby l^
sou   inv.the ^blpod/^vlncl,^ continues
].bere: are:; riiaiiy ���elderly: :p^
liave'iiever relt ";i: twihgc, Of rlieinna--
^Office";
romance: ol-
tj
ypS':'oo.y'5.:'.:or���:: ^'outlis,",
--���"'���'���v"'.','',���''���'���,���:-,���. v-'s'-.^'������������:���,'-���'���-��� ���^>;-':^W.-s-iv-'-v^ .'JnVrvfS'
A -,- -pii-iti no' ��� ,'i,v    I ll ,i  -Vvtvilnil liiar \-    r-i   1-     '��� ->r ill r i 1 L.      , - r    . t        1 l'uJPlli.UOllS,   , QUI I  .Skill , ,l!l il .:'..! 1-11    C\ t-?.
:;;::->V^;��Vdtng: ,1^: ^lllc ,l)ic|iiuin
niatc: cqnipiled-;-?::y:-tlt^ tlie, .iuuuli
K;pr,i'ldrSv
fcni>tire ::nhtil:;fh|y-.'iliec^nie-ichroiiici'
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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United States.
R. T. LOWERY,
Editor and Financier
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measurement
The gent who burglarized tbe
kaiser's residence, knocked tbe
props from under the proposition
that there is honor atnong thieves.
���Macon Telegraph.
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All by Acclamation
Nominations were held afe the
Cifey Hall on Monday, when all tbe
civic offices were filled by acclamation.    Those elected are:
Mayor���T. M. Gulley.
aldermen���S. P. Dixon, W. 0.
Arthurs, T. Jenkin, "W. C. "Wilson,
Dan McLeod and Chas. King.
School Trustees���H. McCutcheon
and A. E. McKay.
Police Commissioners.���Eobeit
Lee and "W. C. Arthurs.
Explained
Judge���You statement doesn't
agree with thafe of the laet witness.
Witness���That's easily aceount-
for, your honor. He's a bigger
liar than I am.���London Opinion.
Two Reasons
Central School
School Report for Term EndlntrDec 21
No. of authorized school days 77J
No. of days school was in sess. 77J
The number following the names
ehow number of day pupil waB
present during the term.
DIVISION  I
Ruth Mary Anderson 731, Ruth
Axam 77, DaiBie Axam 77J, Ada
Elizabeth Beattie 77i, Cyril John
Eales 77i, Mae. Gibson .77, James
.Bby't .Hallett 41, Garibaldi Intilla
"77-?., Robert Jenks. 77^, James
Allen Lane 7G1, Irene 8. Mcintosh
774, Bern ice N. McKay 72, Roderick McLeod 77V, Ethel Nancy
Parker 76, Ralph Hartley Pond 18,
Ethel Florence: Pond 71, Sanford
Grey Pond 75}, Henry Albert
Royce 54, Rose Jane Wescott 77+;
. Roderick Mackintosh 77i, Ena
Potts 77i, Ivor Potts 77*, Ethel
Lane 62-?;.
.Making 11  pupils  with perfect
attendance.
. DIVISION II   .';
Mabel Axam-77A, Selma Benson
77i, Agda Carlson 75��, Rufeh Coles
21/  Bratrice Dimmick 76J, Gertrude  Dixon  75|,  Russell  Bustis
: 77i,   Dolly   Granberg   75,   Stella
"Storer-66, Edward Henderson 77��,
Gordon Jenks 77$, May Keady 75,
Joseph    Klinosky    70$,   Francis
Lachmund 72$, Gabrielle Legaulfe
77*, Walter Longworth 61, Frank
Maslonka 77*,   William   McLeod
75j, Maurice Parker 62+, Edward
Royce 46, John Bater 73j Elizabeth
Schindler 76, Frank Schindler 77$,
Gertrude Schindler  70$)   Evelyn
Tye 77$,  Joseph  Viala 76,  Margaret Westcott 76$, Samuel Eustis
72$,  Walter Hardie  74$   Joseph
Putzel 02$, Louis Putzel 57, Sylvia
Price 39$.
Nine pupila with perfect attendance.
DIVISION III
Ethel Benson 77$, Bessie Bidder
77$, Jack Bryan 77, Myrtle Dixon
75$, Phyllis Eales 60, Lloyd Eustis
76,  Lanreuce George 21$,   Mona
George 21$, Ruby Goodeve 76, Cecelia Hallstrom 77$, Edward John-
eon 77, Jack Jory 77$, Mary Klinosky 75$,Donald Lachmund 72,LIoyd
Lane 77$,  Mary Longworth 76$,
Edna Matthews   76$,  John   Mc-:
Donnell 73$, Tillie McDonnell 75$.
Bnth McKay  64, Joan Kathleen
McLeod 77$, Gertrode Nelson 77$,;
Alfred Oliver 77, Earl Parker 71$,:
Evelyn Parker 75$, Cyril Robinson
72$, Margaret Royce 60$, Florence
Schindler 72$,  Ed win* Smith 62,
Rath Stuart 76*.   Herbert Westcott 74$,   William   Wileon - 77$,
Ernest Wyder, 77$,  John  Wyder
77$.    Ten  pupils  with perfect attendance.
"Why   in   the   world  does his
wife call him Picket Fence?"
"Well,  she says he's  easy to see
through."
"I see."
"And   then    he's    very   useful
around the house."
J.  B. CAMERON,
Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.
KASLO     B C.
FRED A. STARKEY,
NELSON, B.C.
MINING
BROKER
PROSPECTS    BOUGHT    AMD    SOLD
HOTEL PRINCETON
Princeton, B.C., now completed on tire
site of the old Great Northern. Only
brick liotel in .Similkameen. A first
class house,
Swanson & Broomfield, Props,
ASSYAER
E. W. VVIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box BiioS, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper
$i each. Gold-Silver, (single assay)
$r.oo. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
$1.50. Silver-Lead $1.50. Silver-Leacl-
Zinc $3.00. Charges forotli^r tnetals etc
on application.
The Knob Hill Hotel
PHOENIX.
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals.
A. O.JOHNSON      ���      PROP.
WATER NOTICE.
(Diversion- a.vd Usu.)
TAKE NOTICE thill Tote Coiiiplietb wliose
address is Greenwood, !J. .0., yill apply for 11
licence to take and use 5 acre-feet of water out
ol Bouudarv Crepk, wliicli flows southwesterly
and drains into the Keltic River, ill tbe International Boundary.
The water will be diverted from tlie stream
at Trail Avenue, townsite of Anaconda and
will be nscil for irrigation purposes upon the
land described as Lot A i, 2, 5, &, and 7 of
Block 31 and Lots 13 and 14 of Block 27, tow 11-
site of Anaconda.
A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to tlie "Water Act, 1914," will
be filed in the oflice of tlie/Water Recorder at
Grand Forks, B. C.
Objections to the application may -l>e filed
with .the said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildiiifr, Victoria, B. C, wiUiin tiiirtvdays
after Uie first appearance of this notice in a
local newsoaper.
Tlie dale of the first publication of this notice
is January 3rd, 1918.  -
PETECOMPiaETO, Applicant.
Notice of Cancellation of Reserve
Notice is hereby given that tlie reserve covering certain lands in the vicinity of Nicholson
Creek, Similkameen Division of Yale District,
formerly licld under Timber License No. 2754b,
by reason of a uotice published in the British
Columbia dazelle ou th(i 27th of December 1907,
is cancelled.
ft. R. NADEN,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Department of Lands, Victoria, 13. C.
December 12th, 1917.
Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.
GOAL mining rights ot the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tie Northwest Territories and in a portion of the
Province of British Columbia, may be
leased for.a term of twenty-one years
renewable for a further term of 21 years
at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not
more than 2,566 acres will be leased to
one applicant.
Application for a lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the Agent
or Snb-Agent of the district in which the
rights applied for are situated.
In surveyed territory the land must be
described by sections, or legal sub-dtvi-
sions of sections, and in unsnrveyed
territory the tract applied for shall be
staked out by the applicant himself. :,;:
"X Each application must be accompanied
by a���'; fee of $5 which1 will be refunded if
the 'rights, applied for are not available
bnt . not; otherwise. A royalty 7 shall be
paid on "the merchantable outpu-: or the
mineat the.rate.of five cen ;s ptr tuj. ;;
' The .'person;'operating, t e niiiii; ;sliau.
furnish' the;:Agent with.:S>vv.;.u retuiii!,
accounting for the "full 'qii&uuiy: of'merchantable coal mined and pay ili<i'..royally-
thereon: .. -If the coal mining rijiiils atd
not being;operated,;suchreU..�� should,
be famished.at least once a year; 7 ';_'>_ ..'
.'"'::���'���': The; lease will include the coal. mining
rights only. '���''.-','
For full information application should
be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Or to any
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.
'w.'/.-w; COS.V,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
5T.   B.��� UnanthoriEed publication of
this ftdvertisement will not be paid for.    '
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts
100    ������
200   "
$1.25 each
2.00 ��
3.50 ��
STORAGE BATTERIES
CHARGED and REPAIRED
ELECTRICS
VULCANIZING
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
IN LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONING
YOU GET SERVICE
The value of the telephone is not only its convenience, but
at any time yon can reach anyone you want. All you have to
do is to call Long Distance, give the name and address of the
party wanted and the time at which you would like lo talk, and
she will do the rest. Be they far or near, travelling or at
home. They will be located and will be available at the appointed time.
Long distance telephone service is much more comprehensive than one realizes.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY, Ltd.
I Cbe Rume Rotel:
1 nelson, B*& ��
The only up^tevdate Hotel in the interior,
in every respect,
First-class
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAM RLE ROOMS
���        . Steam Heated; Electric Eigiited.
RATES S1.00 per day. and tip; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
+
Chewtng
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
form;
It has a pleasing
flavor.
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
^mmmmitmmm mmmmmm .mmrnimnmmromnijs
Job Printing
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-Economy and Satisfaction 3
combined with Promptness!
are the features which go to ��1
make up the Service we give 2��
our customers. Are you ��5
one of them? I
1 WE PRINT
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Posters^ ^
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ii
Over The Top"
Nature has made British Columbia rich and
beautiful* The waters that run through and
surround it, are teeming with edible fish, include
ing clams* Its lofty sky ���scraping mountains are
filled with almost every known mineral, while
the yellow power of earth^gold, it hides amid the
sands of many a creek. Its fertile valleys and
hillsides contain millions of acres that are doing
nothing to go "OVER THE TOP/' for lack of
cultivation, Its forests of gigantic trees are the
envy of the world, The scenery is grandly
magnificient, while the climate contains the ozone
that puts pep into the human frame, filling it with
life, health and energy,
With all these advantages this Province
should have millions of happy people within its
confines, and yd it has a scant 400,000* Then
sings the little bird in the tree, "What's The
Matter With B, G"
Nothing, except that it is like many a
business man. It does not advertise, or does
not know how. Turn on the bright light of
effective and suggestive advertising, until all
the world thinks and talks about this glorious
B. C, the brightest gem in the cluster of
Canada's provincial diamonds. Get a move
on, go over the top, waving your flag and
blowing your cornet in front of the millions
that have not yet been "swiped" by the red
hand of Mars.
In the meantime do not fall to boost your
own business by dropping a soul-touching,
money getting ad into Greenwood's Leading
Excitement Come across with enthusiasm
and plenty of printer's ink, and the public
will shell you with dollars, until you grow
tired picking them up. If you are wise, you
will always advertise, in
and get your job printing at:the same joffice.

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