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Vol.   XXIV.
%��E  OLDEST   MINING  CAMP   NEWSPAPER   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 2,  1918.
Make Home Attractive
BY FILLING IT WITH OUR
Substantial Furniture, Artistic
Pictures, Soft Carpets9
and Elegant Crockery
Plenty of Oils, Hanvare and Tinware In stock
MAIL ORDERS solicited from all points
of the Compass
No.' 42
Insurance
Life,  Fire, Health and
Accident
Real Estate, Ranches and
Mining Brokers
AUCTIONEERS
SMITH A KING
GREENWOOD. B. C.
"STORE OF QUALITY"
SEE   MY   STOCK   OF
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T. M. GULLEY & CO.
New location���Russell-Law Caulfield Building
PHONE 28        X        GREENWOOD, B. C.
\  MACLEOD   FLOURING   M/LLS^
CELEBRATED PRODUCTS
One Quality Only-  THE BEST
WHEAT, BRAN, SHORTS, OATS, ETC.
DR. RUSK'S CELEBRATED CHICK FEED
I have a few bags of PANTRY QUEEN still in Stock
SOLE  AGENT  FOR   GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT
2 Wm    r    ADTUI1DC    greenwood city bakery
s Trill*  v.  Anintnj,   flour and feed store    ���
FOR THE SPRING TIME
RAINER'S SPECIAL
A cooling Non-Alcoholic Beverage
VAN LOO
When You Want a Real Good Smoke
Ask for.a Van L,oo Broker
Fresh shipment of Bars, Marsh
mallows and Gum just in
AT Phone 4s
AMIR'S  CIGAR  STORE
oooooooopoooooooooo-ooooooo
��T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AMD REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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New Summer Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
The best  Groceries in  the country
-AT-
J. G. McMYNN
MIDWAY      -      -     B. C.
Around Home!
opened on
Pope are in
Soring      %
Suits
At the Right Prices
See Our Samples
W. Elson 8 Co |
Greenwood       0
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Windsor Hotel
Greenwood, B.C.
The Windsor Hotel is one of the
oldest and most comfortable hotels in the
red metal metropolis. It is located in the
heart of the city, and convenient to all
business houses, Heated with steam and
electricity, Fine sample rooms, Many
of the bedrooms contain electric heaters.
The bar is replete with modern beverages. Hot coffee, sandwiches, and light
lunches always ready. Touch the wire
if you want rooms reserved.
ASSYAER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box Biio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper
$i each. Gold-Silver, (single assay)
Ji.oo. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
J1.50. Silver-Lead $1.50. Silver-LeaS-
Zinc #3.00. Charges for other metals etc
on application.
Christian Science service will be held
in theMELLOR BLOCK on Sunday at n
a. m. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at S p. in., testimonial meetings will be
held in the same block. Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
COAL AND WOOD
agent for
LETHBRIDGE COAL
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors. Garage in connection.
m Knob Hill Hotel
PHOENIX.
One of the largest hotels in
the city. Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meala.
A. O. JOHNSON      -      PROP
P. BtfRNS & CO.
���; Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Pish
and Poultry, Shops in nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Oraying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.C
GILLIS ���&. ION,-.-Proprietors.
Tiie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AN& REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
TADANAC BR AND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONE, COPPER AND SPELTER
Tlie Ledge  has  always: room
for one more ad.
Shoe Sale
The last shipment of our Shoes has
come in, consisting of
Ladies White Canvas Pumps,
rubber soles, price $2.00
Misses White Street Slippers,
rubber soles, price S1.75
Childs White Street Slippers,
rubber soles, $1,50
At these prices they are selling ont fast
Don't leave your shoe purchases
too tang
G. A.  RENDELL,
GREENWOOD, B.C.
Good advertising has. saved
many a town .aud district froni
an early death.
TH^C^ADIANJBANK
OF COMMERCE
SR EDMUND'WALKER. -.X
C.V.O.. LLD.,D,C.L, President
$| SIR JOHN AIRD. General Manager
'*' H V. F. JONES, Asj'l Gen'L Manager
Capital Paid Up/$15,000,OOO^JP/Reserve Fund. ./: $13,500,000
MINING ������luSMSS'fi
Every effort is made to provide the bank-
in& service required f>y itiiners.   A
>;;^J^cunent account facilitates the
; handling of business re-
ceipts and payments.
H. C LUCAS, Manager
AN EFFICIENT SERVICE. ALWAYS AVAILABLE
Speaking of tlie great telephone system of the UniltM. States,
Theodore Vail said:    "It's essential feature is preparcuess'."
Just think how this applies even in British'Columbia; Whenever you want to telephone, you will find it always ready for
you; should interruptions occur to the service, it i* soon removed; day in, day out, night and at all times you can talk
near or far. The great co-operative factor is. the supervising-
: forcp behind the scenes.     .
.".The essential characteristic of the. tel.ephOiie.is service."
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY,   Ltd
Mazda Ipngsten Lamps
��s
15 :.io 40 Watt Lamps-^SOc each.
'':-XxXiX:xXX'XX--XxW-'W'aii Lamps���75c each.'xi
W'xBSMixlxXx- '-iXX 100 Watt Lamps-
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60 Watts
100-/.-^.
200   ��
^SL25^each;;;
":JvSli2:5.each'
limxiXy,.
ELEGfRHS
; VULCANIZING"
STORAGE BATTERIES
CHARGED and REPAIRED
Greenweed City Wat##wllli&
EVERYTHING BMMt&M
The fishing  season
May 1st.
Mr.   and Mrs.   Ed
Spokane. ..
P.   W.   George  has  bought  a
Dodge car.
Tom Hanson is running a cigar
store in Vancouver.
P. K. McMan is in command of
a poolroom at Merritt.
D. J. Matheson is moving from
Phoenix to Vancouver.
All Free Miner's certificates
expire on the 31st of May.
J. McGregor, mines inspector,
was in Greenwood last week.
Duncan Buchanan has received
his discharge from the army.
Fraak Buckless has returned to
Princeton, after a trip to Seattle.
For lack of rain the forest fires
are gettiug busy in the Boundary.
George W. Aldous at Princeton, has recently added $2,000
worth of Holstein cattle to his
herd of milch cows.
"Skinners" driving six horses
now get $5 a day around Princeton.
L. E. Salter has added an icecream parlor to his hotel in Midway.
H. McKenzie of the Compensation Board, was in town this
week.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   H,   C.   Lucas i
motored  on  Saturday   to Grand
Forks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson of Grand
Forks were visitors in the city on
Tuesday,
Any merchant can help his
business by truthful aud suggestive advertising.
J. Nichols, formerly with P.
Burns & Co., is on police duty in
Seaford, England.
The Red Cross will serve ice
cream on Saturday, May 4th, in
the Kennedy store.
Born.���In Grand Forks, on
April 21, to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Christensen, a son.
D. R. McEImon, Greenwood.-
Watchmaker'and Jeweler, Spectacles and pipes repaired.
Another lot of prints in and
some of the best patterns we have
ever had.    G. A. Rendell.
Mrs. Helen Thomas returned
from Spokane last week to spend
a few months in the city.
The passenger trains are now
operated tri-weekly, between Penticton and Spence's Bridge.
Pte. Timothy Allen, a Grand
Forks boy, has made the supreme
sacrifice on Fields of Flanders.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Dynes, of
Penticton, will spend the summer on their ranch at Beaverdell.
Dr. and Mrs. Wood were in
Grand Forks last Saturday, having made the trip in their motor.
Tommy Carney of Kaslo was
killed in France, and E. J. Two-
good of Sandon has been wounded.   .
Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor of
Knox Presbyterian church, Grand
Forks has tendered his resignation. "":'.������."'���.
We have received a shipment
of Navy and White serges, Gala-
teasand Youngster cloth. G. A.
Rendell.
���,. A...C. Mesker is again running
tiie fast Bulldog express. Tom
Peck is puuehing tickets on the
Slocan run.
Chas. King was out fishing
on Wednesday morning and made
a good catch, among them was a
12 inch fish.
The  Provincial Public Works
department    has bought   three
Ford cars, for use on  the roads
in theBoundary.
Alphonse Dumas returned from
the coast on Tuesday. Mrs.
Dumas will remain another
month in Vancouver.- g.g
XX- fWilliam Sayersf fthe military
representative, was in Greenwood
this week attending the sitting of
tae Exemption Tribunal.
-O.'R. Matthews has been appointed: a member of the local
exemption tribunal, in place of
J. L. White who has left for the
coast. Xy
Mrs:   McDonald  and daughter
Margaret,: visited  Mr. and Mrs.
G: A. Rendell, on their way from
California to their:home  in Winnipeg." '-XXiXiXyXXXx        'XXX'.-
fgChas.    Nichols   has resigned
from.'the Provincial Pplice force,
and will take a position:with the
South Kootenay Power and Light
com pa n y. y ' -Xi.XX X--
Ilaving closed ^he Brooklyn
Hotel, Iin'Phoenix,: Jim /Marshall
has moved to^the fcoast..; f He^in-
tends to run an hotel at Cassidy,
affew miles from Nanaimo. That
is .the new town where v the
Granby has its coal mine./if
Princeton's Paper
The Similkameen Star at Princeton was  boughfe last Saturday by
J.   McDougall,   and   will   be
K, f   ..... U\J
known in future as the Princeton
Star.    Ife is one of fehe oldest weeklies  in the   province,   and  has  a
great future before ife, as Princeton
13 destined to be  one of the best
towns in the province.    Tbe new
owner is heavily  interested   in fehe'
Penticton   Herald.    He   has   also
boughfe the  plant of  fehe  defunct
Hedley Gazette and will move it feo
Princeton.    F.   J,   Smyth,   one of
veteran printers and journalists of
the province will continue feo acfe as
manager of fehe Star,  as  he has
done for nearly four years.
Western Float
Tag Day and Dance
Extensive preparations are being
made by the local Women's Institute, to assist in   raising  funds,
for the big  Y.  M. C.   A. tag days
in Canada nexfc week.    No doubt
everyone will be glad feo help this
worthy cause,  so necssary to the
comfort of our brave boys, who are
so nobly  upholding and defending
the cause  of liberty,  jusfeice and
democracy    npon    the    crimson-
stained battle grounds of France.
All will have fehe opportunity to
assist on  May 10,   when tags will
be sold in Greenwood and vicinity.
In the evening a big dance  for tbe
same purpose will be held  in  tie
Masonic Hall.    No effort  will be
spared to make this a grand success, and all are earnestly requested to help.    Bush's  orchestra will
furnish the music.
A Canny Scot
Sandy and John were sitting in
a car when a prefefey girl gofe in and
smiled at fehe former. He raised
his hat. ...    ..... ^ _ .	
"Do you know her asked the
Englishman.
"Oh, yes, very weel," the Scot
replied.
"Well, shall we go over and sit
beside her, and fehen you can introduce me?" asked his companion.
"Wait a bit," returned the canny Scot. "She hasna paid her
fare yet."���Bystander.
Ralph E. Wolverton was taken
before W. B, Cochrane in Grand
Forks, charged under the provisions of the Order in Council
No. 8IS. The case was remanded
until May 4.
J. L. White having resigned
as President of the Canadian
Patriotic Fund, on account of
going to the coast, John Simpson has been elected to take Mr.
White's place.
W. Berg appeared before W.
R. Dewduey, S. M., on Monday,
charged with assaulting Albert
Christensen at Powers' sawmill
on Friday, April 26th. Berg was
fined $5 and costs.
fThe Exemption ��� Tribunal...Jinet
on Tuesday morning and disposed
of one case, the claimant being
allowed exemption from combatant service. The next sitting
will be held on May 0.
Sapper S. R. Smith writing
from Seaford, says he has met
many Boundary boys. Among
them-were D. Heilscher of Midway, B. Murray, J. McCreath, A.
N. gMo.ua t and Mr.Duadas.
A water-logged bridge, five
miles west of Rock Creek, caused
the eastbound train to be behind
the date seven hours on: Tuesday.:
The passengers enjoyedpthe delay, by gazing at the :_beau ties of
historical and picturesque Rock
Creek.X
Loafing is now illegal. All
persons domiciled in this country
are now supposed to work or
show cause why they are idle according to the new Order in
Council. The law applies to all
between the ages of 16 and 60.
and heavy penalties are imposed
against offenders.;:
F. Mueller and;A.;F. Krueger
proprietor of the T rail brewery,
were sentenced in the Rossland
police court oiifSaturday last, to
sixf months'/imprisonment with
hard-labor:for;'keepingfgbeer for
sale above the f legal standard.
At one time Mr. Krueger was a
proprietor of the; Norden hot
Greenwood.;7:.."
All stores in Hazelton close afe 6
p.m.
f    The price of copper should  rise
after the war.
A. Grider has re-opeDed the Sun
cafe at Smithers.
You   cannot build  a live town
with dead people.
Get  ready  for   the  forest;  fires.
They will be here fehis month.
Edgar Lunn has been appointed
government agent at Quesnel.
.. New  potatoes are  five  cents  a
pound in San Diego, California.
At Summerland   more than 100
acres are planted with tomatoes.
Black bass weighing six pounds
are being caughfe in   lake Osoyoos.
About 100 tons of cucumbers
will be grown at Mission Cifey this
year.
Henry Kinnear was killed by a
fall of rock, in a coal mine near
Merritfc.
Young beef cattle are being shipped from Kamloops to the Peace
River district.
One of the noblesfe works of creation is the man, who pays for his
paper in advance.
Cheap ground fish from Eupe
cannot be handled in New Westminster at a profit.
The watch on fehe Rhine never
runs down. Think of fehat and
plant more potatoes.
MumpS; measles and chicken-pox
are prevalent among the children
of North Vancouver.
A. E. Thomas, a druggist afe
Ladysmith is recovering from an
operation for appendicitis.
Alex. G. Taylor, the contractor,
died in Vancouver aged 67 years.
He lived afe one time in Kamloops.
It is 60 years since gold was discovered in B. C. Clinton may celebrate the anniversary of this great
event.
This winter at CloverdaJe, more
than S100 was raised for the
Prisoners of War fund, by whiet
games.
������ T!p<>*t -yo^r lews .apd haeyaass by -*~
putting an  ad  in the ldeat paper,
and let the  world  know thafe yon
are alive.
There are 202 pafeients in the
Royal Columbia hospifeal afe New
Westminster. Of fehis number 85
are soldiers.
B. M. Smith, telegraph operator,
was instantly killed by a freight
train last month, three miles east
of Smithers.
The Yanks wonder why British
Columbia doe3   not   grow faster.
Consult    the    politicians. They
ought to know.
John McLennan died in Vancouver last month. He came to
New Westminster in 2860, and
builfe fehe first trail to English Bay.
The B, C. Hop Co. afc Sardis, has
obtained a large contract from fehe
U. S. government; to supply fehe
American fcroops wifeh  dried vege-
k<ilKl ftr.
Ife',
i-iWithout^enterprising and public spirited business men few
towns would have a newspaper.
tables
During the past seven years, Dr.
Williamson has made $90,000 in
San Diego as an eye, ear and nose
specialist. In 1S93 he had charge
of the railway hospital at Nakusp.
Gambling is very active iu Vancouver. A Phoenix man says that
he lust 32,000 in thafe ci*;y in a
short time playing stud. If the
rake-off from these gamea went feo
the war it would help ont these
hard times. .
Sorau of the sawmills in tho
Fraser valley find ife difficult to get
care for shipping lumber. Mosfe of
the mills employ Japs and Chiufc.o,
as. white labor is hard to get.. The
Orientals hate each other, and are .
constantly at war with each other.
A retired banker in San Diego
was 100 years old on April IS. He
wenfc south 35'i,years:, ago, .fehe doc*
tors telling him fehat be would die
within a year from tuberculosis.
He has noteattm. raeafv since he
was Go years old, and perhaps thafe
is why he has lived so long..
The cow  speaks:     "Remember
fehe value of the food Lgive.    Pure;
cow's milk is a food  from   infancy
to old age.    I am 3 milk machine.
Give me proper food and care, and
[will give you   rich, pure, sweet
milk.    To   do   that   is my   life's
work.    I can produce  milk  night
and morning, 'bufe.to do so I must
work under  favorable  conditions.
1 need  good   food  from rich  pasture?: I need pure water and fr&sh   :
air.    I  must not  be left to stand
in the cold rain, nor yet in the hoc
sun.    Do not tie iny head;  I wan*
to move to .protect myself from the
pesky flies,    f sometimes want to
lie down .and -vest- in ea=e and comfort.    Wash rae, brush me, but do
not  let the <in?t  get in my milk-
Look aft-or my hoof?.'    Don't strike
me.     Make  me happy   and   contented, and my milk will show my
gratitude.
$Mm xhe lasmm esssssfoon. a sl.
WiLL YOII BE QUE?
Thousands of thoughtless people neglect colds every winter.
A cough follows; they get rundown���then stubborn sickness
sets in. This can be prevented easier than it can be cured.
If you will give your system the benefit of a few bottles of
I
Getting Ev^en
TIk
the
you will find your whole system strengthened. It will
fortify your lungs and throat and enrich your blood
against rheumatism. Scott's is powerful concentrated
nourishment without drugs or opiates.
Don't neglect taking Scott's ��� commence today*
ricoit & UoH-ue. Toronto. Oct.
17-17
Italy's Spirit
The Woman's
All  Factions  Havc  Been  Drawn  To
gcthcr \>y the Presence of the
Invaders on  Italian Soil
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il ivmiIv l!i:;t tho i i'l'iiiiin
govern in i-iu ��I �� < I nor. foiv-<v. 11
(liou^lit it <-oitM \v,';tl,-eu lhc nionil;
of If.'Jy ns it !i:;i! v. e:ilieu.?<l th:;t of
Utissin. Jt -.m;ti<:d to itsi-lf th.it
when tin? Italian people .saw tlio me-
my pourir.;-; through the bonW passes they would be ready to negotiate pence. But thc opposite has
proved true. German psychology
has failed nsniu. Thc Italunis are
stronger today than they were when
tlicir reverses begun lust Octobi
From the   Providence   lournal,
Take  New Place Followiiif; the
Enjoyment of Franchise
There is now a clear prospect that
ii'i-_ women of F!ii;lap>l, a-Mird of
their   a'.l:"'ii-diii\   uul   really      set   to
Blacksmith Had to    Meet
j H.f..L. Somehow
J _.\ fanner the other day took a
i plowshare to the blacksmith's to bc
I sharpened, and while tho blacksmith
i'.vorked lhc farmer chuckled ami
i brasu'ed abe)ut a sale of hogs lie had
! just  made.
[ "Tlit.'in lion's wus only tight
; ino::'.lis old,'1 hc said, "and none, too
j far, milher; but J seen that the buv-
jer was at his wits' end, anil by skiil-
i ful jiiifjjlin' I boosted up the price,
'on Iii in just 300 ,,cr cent. Yes, by
;i';i!iii, 1 t^'ot three linies more for
| them ho^s than If usler yyt before
! .ho war."
j     The   plowshare     In in:<     done,   the
| la.rincr  tiatnlcil   llic   '.smith   50   cents.
!     "Hold   on,''     said    the   'smith.    "I
I charge  $1.50  for  l!i:it  job   now.''
"Vou scandalous rascal!"' yelled
���the farmer. "What do you mean by
jlrebliii' \our pri-c on mc? What
; haw yon done it   for?"
"Fee done it," said '.In: lilack-
-mijtb, "so's I'll be able to eat some
of thai bitjli-pricrd pork of yours
this   winter."���Washington   Star.
work        to
seneiues   tha
will  outshine
societies   hav
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already   b. youd
op
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everything
:   hitherto
Ot      J-.T!i;i_:
tnylr.in;
"In Morre
'wives. Just
' the auction
I bid   for   yon
tractive!    "-Must he,'
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and
tin: sutlrat;i'
'lone.        'J lie
g.womeii is
; known in
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ol   women's
a  system of
and
Ibids."
'o    men    bid for   their
think of l>i:iu|��'  put  on
block an.! having;  incn
!     H  must  be  terrible."
' nsseiue.l the other fiirl.
suppose there    were    no
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AN EXCELLENT MEDICINE
FOK UTILE OilS
Baby's Own Tablets arc an excellent medicine for little ones. They
sweeten th.e stomach; regulate lhc
bowels, break tip colds and .simple
levers, cure constipation and make
teething easy. (fo-ieensing them
-Airs. If. Quimi, Farame, Que., writes:
"Baby was troubled with constipation and nothing helped hiin till I
began using Baby's Own Tablets.
They are an excellent- medicine for
little ones."' Thc Tn.__ki3 are sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a bo:-: from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine  Co.,  Brockviile,  Out.
Marquis Wheat
A Hybrid Wheat Produced by Cer-
gcalists of the.. GentralgCxperi-......���������..-.,
:f::::g:gf'.:nieritalgFarmf.at: Ottawa
������'.: :Mcff quis  is :cirfli.r!)nd:wheat.-.'p.rQ'Vtuil-
cd by"d)rgA.7���"!?.���: Vaiinrlcrsfand'Bi-. C.:
.'; H. >!uuid<frs, fccrcalists :oi the: Central
cxpcriiiiciitaigfanngatifQWa^va, f Caiiit-
\da."f\lii;-<iiiisf wheat is: 6n��- of tlte; dc-
-: scent darns   of fl fcToss?-',:'. made ^fiiif or
abbirt 1893.v:Tlic fettwi.r::pa:rcntf:\&S
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;������:; O t ia wa ',���: a ti d; f ca c i t"ii w'as - 'si r o w ii: :by . i t-
otlu r     great     nations,
lotmdatc.ui   thi:     b-.-mers
���-'ocjeucs i;ie;in lo hlli.d
co-oiieralion ami consultation
progressive dnnands tnat snould secure to them thc fullest value of
(heir citizenship once it is gained,
'I. Ins concern is not only thc chief
sutlrage societies and that most
comprehensive and representative of
women's organisations, the .National t.'uiou ot Women Workers, with
its  hundreds  of    alldiatcd    societies,
i but many other societies hitherto
working alone.
One of the lirst cares of all these
I women's societies will bc the education of the woman voter in the duties, opportunities and responsibilities of citizenship, and the widespread propaganda, will proceed generally along the lines already laid
down hy the fNaiioiiii! Union of Women Workers. The idea is that in
all respects tho various societies
shall have a free hand and work individually, but. co-ordinate and concentrate tlicir forces on main points.
'J.'ho removal of all legal bars to a
woman's choice of a career will be
demanded, and the forces will concentrate especially on industrial
ami economic rctornis, doing all in
their power to safeguard, alter the
war, the position of those women
Avhoni national emergency has
brought successfully into skilled
trades.
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OFF WITH FINGERS
i
Plow  to   loosen   a tender corn
or callus so it lifts out
without pain
thai you (ran soon get rid of the
egouy ot chapped hands by using
Zam-Buk. Mrs. William EMone, ot
Haliburton, Ont., writes:���
"Last winter my hands were very
badly chapped. I used a lot of different Ho-called remedies, but my
liands only seemed to get worse.
Finally I tried tho great herbal
healer���Zam-Buk���which coreurteto-
ly healed them."
Mrs. M. A. Batesen, of Sourie,
Man., writes:���"I have used Z-am-
Buk for chapped hands, and know
of nothing to equal it's wonderful
eoothtiig and healing powers."
Zam-Buk Is also unequalled for
chilblains, frost bites, cold cracks,
and cold Bores; aB well as eczema,
scalp sores, old -wound*, ulcers,
blood-poisoning, piles, bums and
scalds, cuts and all ekin injuries.
50c. a box. All druggists and
���stores, or Zam-fHuk Co., Toronto.
Building Up Herds
Alberta Ranchers Buying  Cattle   in
thc United States
That Liberia fanners, taking- advantage of the removal of the duty
on cattle, are already invading the
neighboring slates for the purpose of
obtaining slock for their farms and
ranches, is shown by a. paragraph
which recently appeared in thc (jreat
Kails Tribune, which says:
"Already   Canadian      buyers      arc
coining into  the United  Stales  looking  for  cattle  to  take  into  the  Dominion for stocking their ranches and
for feeding.    There, have been    three
or  four  in  Great   Kails during     the
#pn*t week and others  are    expected
I within the next few days.    The    dc-
jinand for cattle on the north side of
tin: line is said lo be much     greater
than it is on  this side.''
The  farmers  of  Southern   Alberta
Shewing
Ma
th
ere lo stay.
Consequently they
ill
Let folks step on your feet hereafter; wear shoes a size smaller if
you like, for corns will never again
send electric sparks of paiii ihrough
you, according to this Chick:''at.
authority.
Hc says that a few drops of a
drug called frcezone, applied directly
upon a lender, aching corn, instantly
relieves soreness, and soon the entire corn, root and all, Hits right
out. j
This drug dries at once ancl simply j
shrivels up  thc corn  or callus  with-j
out  even irritating  the    surrounding
tissue.
A small bottle of frcezone obtain so.
at any drug store will cost very little
but   will    positively     remove    every
bard or soft corn of callus from one's
feet.
If your druggist hasn't stocked
this new drug yet, tell him to get a
small bottle of freezonc for you from
his  wholesale  drug house.
The Work of the Navy
The Silent Work oE the Navy
Sweeping German Commerce
From the Seas
Out of 11,000.01)0 men transported
from the four corners of the earth
by the liritish navy during the past
four years, only 2,000 or less than
one-ninth of ten pcr cent,, were lost.
.Such iignres speak eloquently for Ihe.
brains, power and cflieieitev of tho
liritish licet. Arm-chai,- strategists
some of whom havc neve as much
as smelt the salt of lhe sea arc sometimes prone to question the part
played by_ the fleet in this war; there
is much foolish talk of the departed
glory of Rodney and Drake and Nelson and much foolish wonderment
why British ships don't risk disaster
and the loss of the war by rushing
blindly over German mine fields into the teeth of Heligoland. Hut the
overwhelming thing is that the silent-
work of the navy in sweeping ijer-
|maii commerce from the seas, in
ikeeping the boasted (Jcrman navy
! caked at Kiel, in transporting millions of snhliers over the seven seas,
in maintaining communication lines
with onr armies in Franco from all
over thc world and, last, but not
least, in successfully fighting the
submarine menace, is ' one of the
most stupendous facts ot the war.���
Front the Ottawa Journal-Press.
are steadily building- up nice herds ot
cattle. They have made money with
wheat and oilier grains, and are investing it in cattle, thus giving their
fanuinp; operations a permanent ba-
���d--. For the past few years farmers
havo been recognizing more and
more the value of mixed farming,
and of the country for raising live
stock. They are sparing no expense
in stocking their farms, and it seems
certain that in the future Alberta
will take an increasing share iu supplying tho needs of the. world,
There Is a Message
In This lady's Story
SHE.  TELLS     WHAT     DODD'S
KIDNEY PILLS DO FOR
WOMEN
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
form.
It  has
flavor.
a. p.
easin
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���������at,
��y��^:
It Is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
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ofTeiids
Forethought
"I think we'll take tip tho collection before thc sermon today," de-
dared the minister, "for I'm going to
preach on conservation." ������ London
Sketch.
���X Practical and Proper ,;
lat-is ybifrfTavoritc flower'
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She  Was Troubled  With  Weakness
and Her Daughter   Had   Nervous
Troubles.     Dodd's    Kidney   Pills
Proved the Remedy    They    Both
Needed.
Hamilton, Out., (Special). ��� The
story told by Mrs. H. Dickens, ol
70 Tom Street, this city, carries a
message of hope to every suffering
woman in Canada.
''After my baby was born," Mrs.
Dickens states, "I used to suffer with
my back and had no heart to do my
work around thc house. But I read
about Dodd's Kidney Pills aud what
they have, clone for others, so I
thought I would get a box and sec
what  they would <lo  for me.
"I am pleased to say that after taking two boxes I found such great
relief I would not bc without them
in the house.
".My daughter, too, had been very
sick on and off for a long lime. Her
nerves got so bad wc were afraid
wo would sec her in the hospital.
But I am pleased to say she i.s better through taking Dodd's Kidney
Pills.
"I never thought Dodd's Kidney
Pills could have done such good
work and I am telling all my
friends about them."
Women's troubles, or nearly nil of
them, come from sick kidneys. The
cure for them is the old established
remedy  for    sick
Kidney Pills,
kidneys,    Dodd's
MAKES A CORN SHRiVEL
theftroopsgin the tretiches,':'
���flic-'".A:e.rp; Club of :America.;
ivotgpffeiid ;the;e;yolun:t^ei-sf
disrfpi)Pintnieiit7:will;;be;;: iiy
that thcrcfgiSiiof cKtrag^risk.;;: Yet.,
'Pcrsjiiiig's 'Statcmeii.t: has ;l)cciy;ljorhc;j
out, by;T3yitisli 'reportsf;Xi Safer:.'������������'.rn.a- j
eiihycsgilre being btiiliifsafer/yircUiodS;;!
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cy'etyftlic'' deaths ;froiir; accicltnital gtfng |
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;'f here; iSi a general: liioycinciitfTcir .aj
readjusyifycfit fof: ayniy fpay^iif; tlip fist-y
t^restsp^fcfjiiity^f
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It villi    Justf !i::,drop or1 t\\;o  bt
'' Tlicir''^tractor oil a' cniktv ;so
Simply ������Avonderfv'.
peels .off'X.;t-rotibly'Soifi<
;g f Fiance's Enormous Expenses;
; ''���'������'.���France lias appropriated for:.: the
i expenses: 7of;;i!!e:fg;war;;,:37,200,0qa;000
lirfvitcs froinf Atigtist Jfn^H, to De-
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PiU.iia'in^ :chambcr;fof,
��� 7eonv iV! deputies: at fParis ;.by   Deputy  Louis
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Devout Old Lady   Studies    Hebrew
to Talk to Her Maker
A correspondent sends mc a story
which is a good parallel (or rather,
the exact opposite of a parallel) to
that of the minister who prayed iu
Gaelic.
There was iu Dublin an old lady
both eccentric, and devout. One clay
she sent for a Jewish minister, and
started to learn Hebrew most assiduously. Though she was eccentric,
and her friends were rarely surprised at anything she chose to do, tbey
did wonder at this, and asked her
the  reason.
"It would ill become mc," she
plied, "when I meet my Maker,
soon I shall, to address him in
but his native language."
re-
as
any
Classmates
Mrs. Erwin was showing Selma,
tho new Swedish maid, "the ropes."
"This," said Mrs. .Krwin, "is my
son's room.    Ho is in Yale."
"Ya?" Selma's face lit tip with
sympathetic understanding. "My
brudder ban  there too."
"Is that so?    What year?"
"Ach! he ban got no year! He ban
punch a man in the eye, and the
yoodgc sav, 'You Axel, sixty days in
yail'!"
Praises this Asthma Remedy. A
grateful user of Dr. J'. D. Kcllogg's
Asthma Remedy finds it the only
remedy that will give relief, though
for thirteen years he had sought other help. Years of needless suffering-
may bc prevented by using this wonderful remedy at the first warning of
trouble. Its usc is simple, its cost
is slight and it can be purchased almost anywhere.
U. S. Girlg No Slackers
She was waiting for a suburban
car,_in Detroit, looking very trim in
semi-tinifonn, tho disc of the National Service badge fastened to her
coat.
"Hum-li!" said thc slight acquaintance, with ils green overcoat belted
in to its slender waLt and its trousers gartered high above its shining
'Huiu-h!  N.  S.
I suppose?"
gold-brown   boots,
means 'no skirts,
''No,"  replied    the    sweet
thing  in   semi-uniform, * "No
crs."
young
Slock-
Judgc���Why   did   you
bottle at  the umpire?
Fan���It     was      empty.
Globe.
hurl      this
��� Boston
fHE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.l. M.S. NJH
TH&RAPION ESKfftB
neat success, cures chronic weakness, lost viooB
i VIM, KIBHKV, BLADDER, DISEASES, BLOOD F0180K.
riLSS. EITHER 110. DRUGGISTS tr UAH. 11. POST 4 CT��
fOUOERA CO, W, KIHXMAM ST. NEW YO.1KOrI.YUAM BKO|
SORD.NTO.  v.-niTiiFOR FREE book to Uh, Lb Cler9
IED.Go, nv.'EltSTOUKRD. HAMPSTEAD. LONDOM, &HO.
t*ySE\VDRACHKiTA3TSLESUFORU0!'   EASY TO TAKE
THEKAPION fXi:XX,tt.
BE THAT TRADE  HARKED WORD 'THEBAPION    It ON
it. oovr. i7��ur aifixed ro au. qenuime Mcum
ARTICLES WANTED FOR CASH
Old Jewellery: P.ite: Silver: Curiots
Miniatures: Picture!: Needlework: Licet
Old China: Cut GUsi: - Ornament!*
Watches:   Rings:   Table  Ware.
Write  or tend  by Express,  to
B,   M.   &  T.   JENKINS.   Limited
Antique   Callcriei
38  and   30   Collee*   Street,      Toronto,   Oat.
15,f5Q0,d��O,Q!}O:f wits:: fraisei.lg byg : taxes"
audi thegrefpaindeV: hy loans.;:g;Niiteg
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Jam for Britain's Army
: The fondness of the British'"Tommy," as well as of Britishers generally," for sweet fruit jams and marmalades has necessitated the inclusion
of these sweets in the rations used
by soldiers and sailors. The im-'
portaticc of: this item of war supplies
is shown by the fact, just: announced, that the ������.minister of customs g of
Australia, glliroiigh 'the: gcominon-
vveallh/government, has placed a
contract with the British������'������'.'���������'govern'*
ment for 50,000,000 pounds; of : Ans-
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tureyL off upwards: pf: $5,250,000, The
order''was���".���.so'-������ large: that; 't.h'c. con tfact
was :distfib'ittcd:'tiiroughout the Atis-
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to7 maltufacture7 tlief jam..:fit; is predicted that this.iridtvstryrwill greatly
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Action.   Insist on the
Otto Higel Piano Action
COOK'S   COTTON  ROOT  COMPOUND
A safe, reliable regulating medicine. Sold in tliree degrees of
slrenctli. No. 1. $1! No. 2. |3:
No. 3, \S per box. Sold by all
dniesists, or sent prepaid in
plain package on receipt of
r price. Free pamphlet. Addre.ta
THE COOK MEDICINE CO
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my troubles so I can do my house work without any
dillfctiify. Iadvjs-f anywo'rasn whojsafilictf;dwitli/
ft; male troubles to pi v�� Ly<lia K. Pi nkham'sVofrc;-
tabl3 Compound alri.il and it will do as Enicli:
for t'lK-in."���ilrs. Mabie J3oyd, 2lit Dth fit.,7/
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Oldest Man in Khaki
Rheumatic Aches
Drive them out with Sloan's
Liniment, thc quick-acting,
soothing liniment that penetrates
without rubbing and relieves the
pain. So much cleaner lEian
tnussy plasters or ointments; it
does not stain the shin or clog
the pores. Always have a bottle
in the house for the aches and
pains of rheumatism, gout.Ium-
bago, strains, sprains, stiff joints
and all muscle soreness.
Generous aize bottles at all druggistc.
KlltS PAIN
SAVE THE CALVES
Mishucit sivinfi
erer aimed at
Abortion, Sterility, and Preaii-
tine Cal-ving, ona
cr one hundred
cattle treated iu
5 minutes. Use
cue Iiali oi our
product, i! not
satisi'-ed return
flse balance and
Bet   your   money.
"Kail   S*vir"
sells    25    pound*
$4.00.     Send   lor
printed  matter,
McQueen's products
Plant and  Head  Office.  Edmonton,   Alberta."
P.   O.   Box,  321
The King Requests Visit From Ontario Veteran at War
Aiiiong- the soldiers who arrived
at Kingston recently from overseas
was Pte. J. VV. Boucher, of Gnnano-
qne, who is 73 years of age. For
eight months he faced thc German
lines and bravely endured tho hardships. When his age was discovered, Boucher was ordered down the
line and sent wilh a special pass lo
Buckingham Palace to meet the
king-, who was anxious lo see the
oldest man in khaki. The veteran
was graciously received by his majesty and complimented on his courage nnd determination. Pte. Boucher fought in the United Slates Civil
war.
Dumb Weather Forecaster!
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MONEY ORDERS
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A   Dominion   Express  Money
five dollars costs three cents.
Order    for
Impetus to Dairying-
progress of the  Dairy  Industry  in
Alberta
The growth of the dairy industry
in Alberta is indicated by the following- figures which were quoted by
the minister of agriculture at the
thirteenth annual convention of Alberta dairymen.which was held at
Edmonton, Alberta, recently. In 1914
there wen: 179,000 cows in the province, while in 1917 this number had
increased lo 325,000. While there
has been an increase of forty-one per
cent, in thc number of cattle iu the
province, the growth in the munber
of dairy cows in this period is eighty-
two per cent. In thc production of
butter there was an increase of one
hundred per cent, in 1!)17 over thc
production of 1914. But it is in thc
production of cheese that Alberta
dairymen have made most progress,
the increase being from 70,000
pounds in 1914 to 7*45,000 in 1917.
The Rule of Three
Preacher���"Do you   go   to school,
Elsie, dear?'?
Jvlsic���"Yes, and I like my  teacher."   ��� ���     '
"What do you learn there, dear?"
"Reading, 'writing' imd' gozfntas." "
"Goziiitas���what are they?"
"Don't you know? Wliy. three goz-
inla  twelve  four limes, five  qozinla
fifteen three times, like that."
Immigration Into
Western Canada
i Many Farmers From U. S. Take Up
Land Here
Last your 3o,.SOl persons entered
���Western Canada from the United
Slates with the intention of niakin.n
their homes here. They brought with
I hem $5,473,153 in cash and elYect.s to
the value of $1,705,152. These ligures
represent a steady growth of the ini-
miffration into Western Canada sineo
1915. In that year 10,867 persons,
bringing with tliem S.2,290,994 in cash
and $36fi,840 in elfeets, crossed the
border. _ In 1916 this number increased to 17,922 persons, who brought
with them $3,216,564 in cash and ef-
iV'Ms lo lhc value of $928,957.
The movement of settlers from
thc United Slates to Western Canada has developed almost entirely
since the beginning of the present
century. It reached its highest point
in 1913. and at the outbreak of the
war in 1914 it almost ceased. In 1913
139,000 people came into Canada
from the United States, compared
wilh 58,312 in 1907 and 2,413 ten
years previously. Of all the settlers
entering Western Cauada in .1913,
thirty-four per cent, came from the
United Stales as against ten per
cent, in 1897.
This movement is valuable lo both
countries. Western Canada has millions of acres of fertile lands that
only need cultivation to make them
highly productive and the. country
more prosperous. Already Canada
is the largest customer of the United
States on the American continent,
and it is casv to sec that thc more
prosperous Canada becomes, the
more  the  United  States will benefit.
I was cured of    Acute  Bronchitis
by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Bay of Islands. J. M. CAMPBELL.
I was cured of h'aeial Neuralgia by
MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Springhill, "N.S.,  WM. DANIELS.
I vas  cured of  Chronic  Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Albert  Co.,  N.B.,' GEO.  TINGLEY.
According to Rule
���������"Do you know,    iny dear,"   ashed
thc    young   husband, "there's something  wrong    with    this  cake?      It
doesn't taste right."
"That Is all your ''imagination," answered the bride triumphantly, "for
it says in the cook book that it is
delicious."
Indian Ideas Concerning; Animals as
Weather Prophets
Thc Indian, at all times a most
careful observer of conditions, '
whereby changes in the weather may
be expected, claims lhat unerring
knowledge of such variations is possessed by certain animals. As an individual, the days of whom are much
spent in the out of doors, there are
some no doubt, able tq_ recognize
.signs indicative of nieteorldgieui features.
An approaching storm, rain or
snow is in accordance, with Indian
theory, displayed hy domestic animals ami forest roamers alike. For
example, the movements of a common house cat are keenly watched.
Should this fireside friend lick its
fur from head lo tai!v weather fair
in character may be expected, but if
this action of the feline toilet Ik: performed in an opposite direction. ;i
coming tempest is predicted. The
croaking Irog is claimed lo utter its
loudest notes when showers ol rain
are not. distant. .An intensity ul
cold during winter mouths, may be
foretold hy the quantity of food a
squirrel conveys into its quarters.
which, if situated within a cavity of
a tree trunk, indicates several months
of frigid climatic conditions. The
weather prophet regarded hy the Indian as an. unfailing source of authority, is the" muskrat, for when its
home uf reedy bulwarks is constructed high in elevation, such surely
foretells a season of deep snows.
Should the woodchuck excavate a
deep hole, a plentilude of snowfall
may bc expected. Thc dam of a
beaver when built of an unusual
thickness displays to the Indian a
sign that many weeks of cold intcn-J
sity has warned the animal of thi*
approach. A harbinger of spring
time, is the bear. Alas, this hibernating animal is accustomed to make
inspection of weather conditions in
i February, and should his shadow be
perceptible on the snow, bruin retires again ito his dun for another
six weeks.���J. D. Alhchicy Evans,
There is more Catarrh In tliU section of
the country ihaii all other diseased put together, and for years it u-as supposed to be
incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies,
nnd by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh
is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires
constiulion.il treatment. Ilall'j Catarrh
Ctiic, manufactuicd by V. J. Cheney & Co ,
Toledo. Ohio, is a constitutional remedv, is
taken internally and rets through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One
trundled Dollars reward is offered for any
case that Mall's Catarrh Cure fails to curj.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
K J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.  Ohio.
Sold by  Drueeisls. 7Sc.
Hall's Family   Pills for constipation.
A Successful Egg Circle
An egg circle organized at Blackie,
A/bcrta, last spring���one of the numerous circles organized under the
supervision of thc govern ment���has
a most successful initial year. During the past few weeks the value of
poultry products shipped has averaged $200 weekly, while the total value
of business transacted during tho
past season  is approximately $7,000.
Sir Hubert von Herkenvcr used lo
tell an amusing story of a London
art dealer. This man had two beautiful reproductions of the painting,
"Thc Approaching Storm." One of
these pictures he placed in the show
window, hut it did not sell. At length
in order to draw attention to the
picture, he used the words, "The Approaching Storm. Especially suitable
for a wedding present."���Vancouver
.Province.
Soldiers on Leave
It sEasyToGet Ridof DandnifF
fienlly rub spots of dandruff, scales,
itching and irritation witli Cuticura
Ointment. Next morning shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. This treatment every two weeks is usually sufficient tokeepthescalpcleanimd healthy.
Sample Each Free by Mail. Address i>osl-
c-ird: "Cuticura, Dept. N, Boston, U.S.A."
Sold thruUi'liout tho ivurld.
First fcteps in
Breaking Bad Habits
The Fundamental Philosophy of AH
Habit-breaking Methods
The first thing necessary in breaking- a bad habit is to want to break
it. Some people don't. Tlicy Ainej-
11 in t they would like lo stop smoking, or whatever it may lie, but in
reality the thing Lhat they want to
do i.s the lhin�� that they ilo.
The same is virtually true of many
other habits. There i.s often the
feeling' that���oh, well, it i.s not so
bad after all. It is only when on
arrives at a strong conviction that
thc practice, whatever it may bc, is
truly, seriously detrimental, and the
desire for self-betterment is sufficiently intense to dominate one's
course off action, that the breaking
off of any bad habit becomes possible.
The second great'^ requirement is
to substitute something in place of
the habit lhat you expect to _ abandon. This is absolutely indispensable. Remember that Nature abhors
a vacuum, and lhat this applies to
time as well as space, If a certain
space or a certain time is occupied
by one thing, that means tlntt something1 else will bc crowded out. This,
of course, applies to your mind as
well as to space and tiiite, If your
mind has been occupied wilh a certain practice that you wish to abandon, it will never do for you to try
to forget it without, nt the same
time, putting" something in its place
to occupy your mind. This should
ho tltc fundamental philosophy of all
habit-breaking methods. ��� From
"How to Break That Bad Hahit,"_ by
Huso Masters in January Physical
Culture.
A Party of American, Canadian and
English    Soldiers   on   Leave
Amusingly Recorded
The experiences of a party of
American, Canadian and JCnglish soldiers during- a trip to Versailles arc
amusingly recorded in the National
Geographic .Magazine by an American woman who regularly conducts
such parties of sightseers. L'oming
into the grand ball room, "of a size
and splendor never equaled in lhe
lislory of the world," a laconic,
trooper remarks, "Some dugout." At
the dainty luncheon a "Canuck" says
that the napkins would make good
souvenirs; "The Kuglish," he says
jocosely^ "light for honor, thc
French for glory, and lhe Canadians
for souvenirs." When lhe waiter presents the bill, a jolly trooper
"glances at it, falls back in his chair,
and .screams 'Cjuick, (puck, give ine
my gas  mask!' "
'Ihe young woman who led the
parly above referred to is ingenious
in her methods of amusing the men. j
In tho park at Versailles .-.he stops '
and says: "IJoys, thc French have a |
pretty .saying, 'The smaller the ivy
leaf, tho dearer tin: love.' So f want
each one of yon to iiud the tiniest
leaf possible and send it: to the one
that*.; waiimg al home." The men set
out to search for the smallest leaf.
"The joker of the party comes to mc
witli a perfectly enormous leaf,
which he informs mc he lias plucked
for his mother-in-law!" Another
sarcastic young fellow brings a leaf
even larger and when asked, what
loved one is io have that tiny leaf, he
says,.  "It's  for the kaiser!"
STRENGTHFOR ~
THE DAY'S WORK
GILLETT'S LYE
���7<=d
HAS NO EQUAtT
It  not only softens the
water but doubles the cleansing power of soap, and makes
everything   sanitary   and
wholesome.
REFUSE  SUBSTITUTES.
L2^Um��OMM.-.YUl��g
L^*   T0fl��,T�� our.   -"**'
\
Through 100 Miles Waste; Autos and Farm Business
Minard's Liniment for   Sale   Every
where.
An Absurd Teuton Boast
of
Her .Rank'.Is Far   Below  That
Great Britain, the United
States and Franca
What is the basis for this tiresome assertion on the part of Germans that they have been leaders
in progress and civilization? What
epoch-making ii:vei;lioiin or discoveries do we owe lo them? Thc
Spokesman-Review, uf .Spokane,
gives lhc  following list  of "modern
inventions   lhal   have
world life in lhc pa>l his
1ft"- "i'.hn
The  step in  eng in'1.
Steamboats and railroad--,
The electric telegraph.
Tlie  si'\��.fug machine.
The  telephone.
Wiivli's* telegraphy.
Aerial i'ight.
The aitlomobilc.
Electric lights.
Tht1: phonograph.
The  typewriter.
Ani'anted pictures. =
Thc rotary printing pres*.
Modern farm  machinery,
The gas eugino.
The    list  could Ir  greatly length
cued, un il    we jni:;_ir r-iiggeiil name
c . Depends Upon Good Red Blood   to
Nourish   the   Body ���Weak        |
People Need a Tonic [
Tho tonic treatment through thc !
use of Dr. Williams' Pink Tills for'
run down condition of the health is
based on sound medical principles
and on common sense. More and
more men and women arc realizing
that pure, red blood means health,
and that efficiency in the workshop,
thc_office, lhc home or in any of the
varied walks of life depends entirely
upon the quality of the blood. There
arc, however, thousands of people
who do not realize the truth of these
statements. They arc without aiubi-
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
lion or strength to do tlicir day's
work; are. always tired out; have
but little appetite and a poor digestion; cannot get a refreshing night's
sleep and arc subject to headaches,
backaches and nervousness because
their blood is weak, watery and impure.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills give quick
relief and permanently cure such
men ami women, because of their direct action on the blood, which they
purify and build up to its normal
strength. As through the use of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lhc blood
becomes rich and red it strengthens
the .muscles, tones up the nerves,
makes the stomach capable of digesting the food and repairs lhe waste
caused by growth or work. The
need in every family of a safe and
effective tonic such as Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills is shown by the following
statement of. Mrs. Julius Tuck, Mul),
(Jut., Mho says:���"Before 1 began
thc use of Dr. William:,' Pink Pills I
was in a most wretched and run
down condition. Aly blood was thin
and watery and my nerves were in
such a condition that the least noise
would make ine start and tremble,
and what a burden my housework
seemed.     One of my neighbors    ad
New Australian Railroad    Traverses
Wilderness  Lacking Water
The longest tangent in the world,
.13(1 miles without the slightest variation from a straight line, occurs ou
the railway linking Western Australia to thc eastern slates, which was
formerly opened on November 12. In
the 1,052 miles of line between Port
Augusta and Kalgoorlie there is not
a single litnncl and very few cul��,
while at: only a few places on the
eastern section is the ruling grade
oi one in eighty approached, says tlie.
Scientific American. The 330-mile
straight occurs in the great limestone region of thc Mullador Plain
which the line traverses for over
live hundred miles. This is a deso-
latu waste in which there arc no
hills, no valleys, no rivers, no trees,
and no water. When the line was
begun in 112 the country along four-
fifths of the tonic had not a single
inhabitant except a few wandering
aboriginals, and absolutely no permanent surface water. Indeed water has been the one great difficulty
of thc line. At a few points reservoirs have proved successful, but for
the most part the only supply available has been drawn from wells and
bores. This water contains such a
high proportion of solid matter and
acids lhat it is very unsuitable for
locomotive use, rendering special devices necessary, while, in places it: is
salt and couilensors have had to be
creeled. At one period during construction, water for all purposes had
to be carried over three hundred
miles hy train on thc western section^ The line gives the first communication by land between the two
halves of Australia and opens up a
quarter of a million square miles
now unoccupied. In spite of the
scanty rainfall, averaging well under
ten inches a year, much of this country -is well grassed and grows salt-
bush and other edible planls_ which
would carry large numbers of sheep
and catile if water can be provided.
Thc cost oi the line has been about
$40,000,000.
Automobiles   Good    Investment   foi
Present-day Farmers
Fanners havc been purchasing" automobiles because they were a good
business investment. Many have so
ox-pressed themselves, while thc ��vi-
denrc of the past season's agricultural operations lias sustained this
yiew. Many a farmer would have,
found it impossible to produce as
well as he did had he not the scr-
vici s of this mode of travel.
A recent survey of nearly 90 farmers in Illinois was made, where it
was found out that the majority gave
as their reasons for the purchase the
urgency of their business operations.
Thc time-saving-, the distance-effacing power and the better market
knowledge secured by their use justifies big farmers In their purchase
of even a moderate priced  car,
The purely pleasure seeker ia this
age of stress is not a common plant
on the Canadian soil.���Farmers'
Magazine.
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If All Played fluf,
Try This Prescription
When that overpowering weariness and a never-rested feeling
comes over you, it shows some serious disorder is undermining1 your
health. Thc cure is simple. Build
tip the system and nourish the body-
back to health by pure wholesome
blood.
The one sure means of doing this
is with Dr. Hamilton's Pills. They
arc a marvellous aid to appetite���
convert all you cat into nutriment
jand tissue-building material. Tints
a weak body is supplied with new
nerve fibre, hardy muscle and firm
flesh. Lasting good health is sure to
follow, if you really want to get
well and stay well, use Dr. Hamilton's Pills, 25c pcr box at all dealers.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc
Germany's
Camouflage Shoes
Wooden Shoes With Paper and Rag
Uppers Make a Poor Foot
Covering
Tlie lack of leather ul; Germany
has become so acute that common
leather. shoes hsfvc become a. luxury
within reach of only those privileged (lectures, and
Farm Boys' Camp
Unique Feature in Connection   With
the Regina Exhibition
Saskatchewan conducts.an annual
unique. Farm Boys' Camp in connection with thc Regina Exhibition.
That for 1916 had 185 boys from
nineteen rural raimicipilities, under
competent adult leadership, while
the number for 1917 was even larger. Part of each of the two days was
taken up with judging competitions,
demonstrations,     with
by wealth or rank. For the average j trips, to local points of interest.
German subjects of both sexes the (Tennis from rural centres competed
German government has just invent- iin weed identification, wheat and live
cd a "uniform shoe" (Feinheil- stock judging, etc., prizes and diplo-
schtih). This shoe is made of paper, i mas being awarded. The camp was
wood, old rags aud scraps of leather,   financed  bv an  entry fee of $3 ami
revolutionized   vi-ed me to lake Dr. Williams' Pit
and i Pills and  I  have  great  reason  lo   be
glad that  I   followed  ln-r advice,  for
before I had used a half dozen boxes
all symptom-! of my trouble had dis-j
;.ippe.".red, and I was as well as  ever
!J   had  been in  my life.    I have aiso
i"give" the pills to my  datighlei.-; with
(the  mo-t bciielicial    results,    and    I
j shall Aver have a c;ood wovd to say
I for them."
j li you arc furling the least run
! clown, weak or depressed do not de-
'��� lay���lake these pills at 0"':e and
jnole how speedily jour o'd-lime
i health will return. You can got the
j pills from..-my dealer in medi-ine or
(by mail ;;t .9J cents a bo^ or six
'boxes for $2.:.U from The Dr. Vv'il-
!li.-.ms* Mo'lirin-y Co.,  Mmelrwll.-   On'.
"ind, even in the opinion of the most
ardent pau-t lermans, is something to
which it is impossible to get accustomed.
__To  gel  an  idea" of what  the   horrible discomforts of the new German
substitute  for shoes  must he,  it    is
sufikienl to heir the opinion on this
matter or" tiie Berliner Tageblatt. one
iof  lhe .st.-iiiudichi supporters  of  lhe
miliary clique.    It says:
"The ncw lUiiforni i-hoe
ar<^   now
so  the
img ot
'heauly
; shoes,
j n lings
shoes
I as  are al
iiiave bc?n
: .naterials.
I    "The new
j sy,   micoiji!
land thick,
! dipco:-.ifr---"t
I of i:m;:-Cg:
has    noih-
tlic  elegance,   lightness      and
of the  former    ptoin     street
The  leather  and  cloiii   triin-
oi  ladies    r.:id      gentlemen's
)y the Canadian Bankers' Association, the Canadian Credit Men's Association, and the Mortgage Loans
Association of Western Canada. The
Regina Y.M.C.A. helped to entertain
and look after the lads in their re-
creation and sports. Who can estimate the benefit to the hoy .lucky
enough to enjoy such an educational
outing?
hud:
��.-
tl iter
substituted  hv  other  raw
A Simple and Cheap Medkifle.~A
simple, cheap, and effective medicine
is something to be desired. There is
no medicine so effective a regulator
oi the digestive system as Parznelce's
completely, j Vegetable Pills. They :��re simple,
soles,  which jlhcy are oV.ip, they can hi got airy-
sho.
an'
nd
n.d
f. et.
,l
IS
vr':
where, r.nd    their    b< urficial    action
will    prove    their    recommendation.
] ch:m-   Tlicy are  the  medicine  of the    poor
���j'.^.Ji,   heavy  man and those who wish to   escape
.ill  be a  some:    o'f jdorlor-'  bills will do we'i  v   giving
um.'iy,mcc   lo   u::ac-itheni a  trial.
Flic  tides  are  n.adc !  ���	
somctii,:<'s old !
p.i per
Finds Lost Sheep With Airplane
like those of Uar.ry, Spencer, i)ar-i
win, Newton, Pirkin, Faraday, Li.-. ���!
U-r���good  Hnglish niuies all of thtuij
Bolshevikism   Defined
;;nd cliall-.'iigc
them. Where is
to compare with-
is  not Friedman,
Tort i'i
���jeiiiiuny to   jiuitci'j t.iblishod
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W are sometimes asked by persons
��� * who know his medicines, but are
not familial* -with his interesting life
story.
The boyhood days "of-.Dr. A. W. Chase
���were spent in the vicinity of Buffalo, N.Y.,-
and as he had early decided to be a medical doctor, he took the first opportunity
of attendance at the University of Michigan, located at Ann Arbor.
After graduation he began the practice
of medicine in Ann Arbor, Mich., and, at
the time represented in the illustration,
his reputation as a physician of exceptional skill had spread far beyond the confines of his State, and people came to him
for.treatment Irom many miles around.
As he was accustomed to travel across
western Ontario to his native city
of Buffalo lie frequently stopped
over at Canadian towns and cities
for special consultation, and in "this
way made many friends in Canada.
The character and personality
of Dr. Chase "was such that to
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Thia lcttrr from ?.fr. TVirHh will
idc. of lmw iir. t'hars'a Alcdiclm-i
throughout Canada.
Dr. A. W. Chase's medicines
ere for sale by all dealers
at sent on receipt ot price
by Eduxaasoa, Bates &
Oa, Ltd, Itareate.
Dr(B*sE's
ElKSEED
@c*r;<>><.9s.
I'.IMVilVi
Went to Dr. Chase in 1867
"In tho yonr 1S07 I v.-.i? very l)ad with my
Iiidnoy ;. I coiiM not -work on ctrcount ot my Dno!-:
-TicJnc: -amp, sore ard painful all tlir time. Though
1 catvfnliy fo'lov.-t-il th�� directions of pur family
doctor 3ie vvo.s tiRnblo to do me rnncii good. Ai
this ihiio Dr. A. VV. Chtiso t.ms brcomlnp ici'Ov.n
���is an esiwltlly euccr'-fid j>hy.����c!r\n, cut on tho
advlco of my i.".';lt>, Cl ���ri.-'.i V.'i?b'-.jns, I tvent <o
Dr. A. \l\ Ch.'tPO nt Ann Avlior, >n'.-ii!ira::, Jir.J Iio
K-tvo n:e :i box ci ftis plV-. f r." !:M:iey disease-.
"Tou <".'n reru-cely h;* ��� -Ii r how nvucli good tluy
did inc. Tfc-y-h'-i';'"--! ];.* so ; ~v<ch that I
v.'cnt back to tJio (locic/ ..:'.����� .fcotiyht a
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CRAKE'S KIDNKy-T.IVK)'. 1'ILT-f! for
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signature of A. W. Cl?a?e.
MJD., the famous Heceipt
Book author, are on every
box of his medicinei?-
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CHEWING TOBACCO
Simply Piace It 'n The Mouth .
Between Lower Lip and Gum.
\Y.ii-; is the way to get ail the tiavoi
a;--.I sati-"action but of every pir.cJj of
Cope!'*.a-cr. Chewinj; Tohaeeo.
\o:i ,-Le, *-Cope:iliigen" is nudeol
. the he-t,'jhl. highikivoredleai"tobacco.
- Thc snuff process���by which the Isr.f
ti.'u,;-:o is convcrtetl ivio tinv prahi.v
aad .-.ci"-.;l:i:caliy preji-nretl--rct..::;3
sil the g.>-*l of the t-'hae-'O,
T! o?o'v. ho .ife t ryi:!��" 'Copenhas^n'
for ths :".r-t time, 5*.:o'.ihl tcatciaiicr to
tif-e .vly ,���*. smaHqtsastity.aiidtfipltC'j
Ihs v-'cXh fr the n^-.tn btt-ween tbe
lo-rer lip and thc yyjns, tvitioat a.ny
���ttsniptkt chewing it    -
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1 that tiny ar." lhe
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M'-h tiiis sli.,.i'iny., the
| woman :r.a'i.i.'.'er'= uf the ex'-ibition
jhaiu i-tsin d an . pin'.tl i'1 have wo-
j in- ii cruaLitl iii tiul-nf-fhe-vfay po?i-
|iio,-!-, mid rrp.i'.t. t!;;.t tIr- ir jobs may
lhe added to  the eaiiv inerca?iiiR Ji.sts.
in-
j The  Interesting  Evidence
|    '')   under.-if.:; ���! joi: eaiNd    on     the
,'eo:nplaii':ant.    Is that -o:'1 deinaniled
y.\ hrov.'-bcaii.ic,- soh'i-sior of a man he
jwn~  ero.-.--i xaininf''...  . "Vc.-,"'   replie'I
jibe   witne---.    "'WL.Lt dii!.   lie    -ay?"' ���
;l'oirii-5C��   for   th.e  <>lh< i   ,-ide   objected -
tli.'.u   cvidi uf.". ns   (�����  a   .- eoiivcrsation .
was   not  ad.iiis--.d.d. .    fu-d    Ii.ilf     an |
liour's arv^amenr  en^i-.td.     'if.: tt    thc ',
mat,i-trat<.   rctir-.-t!   to    eoa-i.'er -   th.e .'
poinr, ania'-iricir.,,- onJiis rtiiini j-om: .
lin-e later that  he dte:::ed  the que;- '
tion a prop-T c,-\c.    "VWll. ^that did;
the piaintift -ayr'" repenicl She cross- s
csanjining  --^licitor.    "lie  didn't say :
arj-.b:nff;   he   weren't at   hcrnr,  =lr,'' '
wis   tii-:    .-.r.��we:".���Vancouver    Pro- !
- \iac:.
For Constipation
Carter's Little
Liver
will set you right
over night.
Purely Vegetable
StatM FOI, Small Dose, Zxvdl Price
Carter's Itoe Pills
WOl restore color to tbe faces ot
tbo��e who lack Iron in the blood,
M most paJe-f��ced people 4c
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
fia year in Canada,   and   $2.50 Iin  the
United States.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor anflFinanclei.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil  Notices     fi 00
IJstray Notices 3-��o
���frnrds of Thanks    1.00
���"Certificate of Improvement  10.00
' Vhere  more than  one claim ap-
���v.rs ir notice, $2.50 for  each ad-
'.   '.ional claim.)
All other legal advertising,   12 cents a
:ne first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
.-ach subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
The blue cross means that
yonr subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Hitting  a  man   wifeh  a  rotten
pgg is one kind of Bhell shock.
Editors iu Canada must not run
the war according to their own
ideas.
There is no conservation of free
publicity dope. Ife is still sent to
editors free of cost, being about fehe
only thing these crimson dayB fehat
the press obtains for nothing.
Thkke is a shortage of news
print. The situation can be relieved, by the daily papers catting
out poster headings, red ink and
all big type. All such camofudge is
a waste, and should be stopped in
war times. The weeklies can save
much paper by cutting off delinquent subscribers and free copies.
This winter, we heard a soldier
who had been 18 years in the "U.S.
army, telling some tenderfeet in
San Diego, that the Canadians
made great soldiers, because they
were all trappers and lumberjacks,
and thafe their training camps were
all in ravines, in order to make fehe
soldiers walk up the hill when they
drilled. He was very much surprised and excited when I told him
that there were quite a number of
civilized people in Canada who did
not eat with a knife, nor drink out
of a bucket. He was delighted to
know thafe some Canucks could
read, aud some did not have corks
in their boots, or bears grease in
their hair. A shadow of doubt
flitted across his facial anatomy
v^Len we told him that there waa a
Lirger city in the Dominion than
I.os Angeles. And in the United
states there are thousands of people like this soldier. They do not
know any more about Canada than
the Kaiser does about dealing from
the top, and Borden should send
some missionaries across the line.
ISofe one of the Americana would
believe that we were a Canadian,
They all thought fehat we were a
planter from Alabama, a poet from
New York, a financier from Spokane, a high brow from Boston, a
cowboy from TexaB, a pork merchant from Chicago, a dude from
Long Branch, a rancher from
Idaho, or a sky pilot from Michigan. ���'.-';
Granby Consolidated
The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power company
produced 11,8G0,669 pounds of copper in the first quarter of 1918, according to a New York report.
This may be compared with 9,428,-
162 pounds in 1917, an increase of
2,432,517, or nearly 26 per cent.
The net orerating profit of fehe company in the first quarter of this
year was 81.250,000 by estimate,
or at the rate of $5,000,000 for the
year if the same rate is maintained.
Continuance of this rate is made
possible by additions tn the Anyox
; plant.-y While the company is re-
.-. ceiyjpg no more this year than last
for copper,L it: is paying more for
labor. This increase may be offset
to some extent when fcokebeginB
to arrive from the Granby plant on
'Vancouver -island, in processi of
construction; XyOi -the : 3,807,000
pounds of copper produced by the
Granby in March,;; 2,977,713
pounds were made at Anyox and
829,887 at;.Grand::Fork8.f'v:^
IB.C. Mining-News
Eich ore is being shipped from
fehe Bell afe Beaverdell.
The Neutral is shipping copper
ore from Chesaw, Wash.
The iron industry of this province should be developed.
Last year the mines in the Kamloops district earned ��125,000,
The Rocher De Boule copper
mine near Hazelton employs 100
men.
The Providence mine at Greenwood will install electric power in
a short time.
Mines iu fehe Highland Valley
that were Btaked prior to 1912 have
been granted titles.
The Black Diamond, Rambler
B. Sally and Standard Fraction
mines, all of Beaverdell, shipped
ore to Trail last month.
Joe Cunningham and Mike
Kane, recently shipped a carload
of copper ore, from the surprise
No. 3 at Phoenix to the Granby
smelter.
Harry Treat of Seattle ie working a mine on Texada Island, and
developing another one up the
coast. He believes that B.C. will
be a hiye cf miuing industry after
fehe war.
The construction of a tramway
from the Sovereign miue feo a poiut
above Sandon is talked of, says the
Kootenaiau. Overtures have been
made by the Cunningham interests
to the Ruth Mines, Ltd., for a
lease of the Ruth mill, presumably
for fehe milling of the Wonderful
and Sovereign ores.
Extensive prospecting is in progress in fehe Kaslo section, where
miners are eagerly searching for
manganese. Much ore is being
found over an aera exfeendiug as
far as eight miles from the original
Curie-Larson property. Some of
it is low grade and some is said to
be good. Locatons are being made
on the Archer ranch and also al-
inoBfe up to the town limits of
Kaslo.
Pat Burns, Blake Wilson and
associates are operating a coalmine
in Alberfea under the name of the
Burns Coal Mines, Limited. They
have recenfely acquired fehe coal
mine at Coalmont, and are making
extensive operations to operate it
upon a large scale. J. H.Kennedy, engineer for the Great
Northern was at Coalmont last
week, and. it is stated that a railway spur, four miles long, will be
built to the mine this summer.
Alex Sharp has charge of both the
Coalmont aud Alberta properties,
as mining engineer. The company
afe Coalmont is known as the Wilson Coal Mines, Limited.
Patriotic Fund
The local Treasurer of the Canadian Patriotic Fund wiphes to acknowledge receipt of the following
subscriptions from March 25th to
April 29tb, 1918:
L and J Portmann  1000
P Mytton   365
G Grosvenor  365
J Keady  3 65
A. Legault      4 35
J C Boltz  2 00
W. R. Dewdney  4.85
P. II, McCurrach  3.70
J.V.Mills  Soo
Boundary Police  .23 20
J Moran   2 00
Hon. J. D. MacLean   2000
J Simpson  1000
Greig & Morrison  5 00
J. L. White  600
G Swayne   600
G B Taylor  300
P W George  5 00
Miss E Ferguson  230
I II Hallett   2500
P Burns & Co  7 So
J. B. Lane  2 00
S P Dixon  4 00
A J Morrison  600
H B Larsen  600
G Eoag  Soo
\V E George    4 5��
Duncan Mcintosh  500
R. & W.Wilson    1000
J F Leighton    1000
Canada Copper Co   100 00
C 1 Eales  400
P.Mytton   365
J Keady  365
A Legault  4 35
G. Grosvenor  3 65
Smelter Employees and Townspeople per Central Fund Com. 175 00
Smith & King _  250
J V Mills  5 00
Ion and Gillis  10 00
Jas Walsh  1500
P. H. McCURRACH.
Hon. Treasurer.
What Did She Mean
Percy���I was born on   April 1.
The Girl���Isn't nature wonder
ful.���Argonaut.
Waste is now Illegal
Anybody who discovers cases of
waste of food may notify the legal
authorities, who have power,
under the new Order, to take action. Wilful or careless waste has
become illegal, and municipalities
who secure the conviction receive
halt the flue, while provincial officers securing the conviction receive half the fine for the province.
Matter of Fact Youth
Teacher���April   showers    bring
forth what Tommj?
Tommy���Umbrellas, Mits.��� Ex
SIMILKAMEEN  LAND DISTRICT
T4KE NOTICE lliai I John R. Jacksou, of
Midway, occupation, Rancher, intends to apply
for permission to Lease thc following described
Tamils: Couimenciiitr at a post at the N. W. Cor.
Lot loxils. ihviiee north 00 chs., thence East 20
chs , tlience South 40 chs., thence K;ist-10 chs.,
thence South 20 chs., thence West 00 chs., to
point of commencement, roiitiuiiiii^ 200 acres
more or less foi Crazinif Lands.
Daled this .-villi dav of March, 191��.
' JOHN R. JACKSON,
Applicant.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE Hint I   John It. Jackson intends 10 appiv lor permission to Lease tbe fol-
lowiuif described Lands:
Jvot lOSCis on official M��p containing 160 acres.
Dated 3'lth dav of March 1918.
JOHN It. JACKSON,
Applicant.
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B. C, Cigar, Abso-
lutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varys,    .    .   ,
Have you tried one lately?
WILBERG & WOLTZ
B. C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
^ 4* 4* 4* ^"^ 4* 4**^4* 4* 4* 4* ���$��� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4* 4* #
Cbe Burne Fjotel
nelson, B*����
in every respect,
CENTRALLY LOCATED
egi  The only up/txvdate Hotel in the interior,   First-class
*
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 Lighted.
RATES $1.00 per day and up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
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;yernon,:\B/:;C.j bati  the honor of
Hecuring'fche highest price ever paid
���"-in.:.:a.::]arge-":.areayifor:?eatt|e"pn.:the
hoof, y The:price: piidj;|8ecared by
Vernpn;:was 12 cente;���; 8in6e then
two carloads of  beef animalgj'sold
b^vtbe Summerlandr Experimental
SfcationY - have: reached   Spencer's
iu eat department, Vancouver,1 and
;Vempn V record  bias ��� been; coneid
'.Xi a\tijXbeateiX-XX-xXX-i:XxX- x^'-'
Lord Rhondda Cables:
'* We Cannot Achieve Victory Without Food."
"Canada Food Board,
^Ottawa
" In these stern days it is inspiring to learn that Canada is tackling the
food problem with redoubled energy. The terrific pressure on our
military front makes it all the more imperative that those biehind the
line should strain every nerve to defeat the enemy's avowed object of
destroying the British Empire.
"Germany hoped first to starve the Old Country by the submarine
campaign and then to smash her land forces. She has failed to starve
us and she will fail to smash us but we cannot achieve victory without
food.   There never wai a time when it was more needed. !
" The Canadian farmer and the Canadian farmhand now have the
opportunity to make an effective reply to the enemy's present
onslaughts by bending their undivided energies to the increased
production of those food supplies for which we depend to such vital
extent upon your great Dominion."
(Signed)       "RHONDDA"
London, April 10th
The Prime Minister of Canada, in
a call to Greater Food Production,
says:.." The crisis is grave and urgent
beyond possibility of exaggeration."
Our  Allies .are ; depending upon
:;.Canada>;.to^;:'produce':-;this"-. year   more
cereals-���especially Spring Wheat���and
more meat���especially Pork.
��� The world shortage will inevitably
continue fcr years after the war���with
this continent the nearest source of
supply for the 200,000,000 persons in
Europe who will be clamoring for food.
Measures have been taken and plans
have been formulated which, on the
authority of the Director of Agricultural
Labor,   will provide help  needed for
haiyest^f^flli-^^
- City ;^df'fo;wtt^
go on the;farms X&Xe hewing iOjfeed
.themselves by gro^hg tlieir^^n veget>
ables, so  that the farmers}may grow
more food for export.    xXxXXXXxXXXyXx
The food crisis calls for.the 'Utmost:
effort by all the people of Canada^because, as Lord Rhondda, ;say^, food is;:;
essential to Victory.
CANADA FOOD BOARD
OTTAWA
In co-operation with the Provincial
Departments of Agriculture
CANADA^
:W7
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 yet 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 g^m in t^
Canada's provincial diamonds.     Get a move
on, go over the top^ wayi^
blowing your cornet in front of the millions
that have not yet been "s^
hand of Mars.
In the meantime do not fall to boost your
own business by dropping a soiil^
money getting ad ihto ^
Excitement.   Come |^|ps| ^
and plenty of printer'!!
will shell you Vrith��|q^
tired picking them lip; 1 ^
will-always adyertisel^
and get your job printing at the same of f ice.

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