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'Voiv.' rxxiv.
No. 28
Make Home Attractive
Substantial Furniture, Artistic
Pictures, Soft Carpets,
and Elegant Crockery
Plenty ef Oils, Harware and Tinware In stock
MAIL ORDERS solicited from all points
of] the Compass
For Sale
Building and Lot on
Location, Lot 16, Block 5
New location���Russell-Law Caulfield Building
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
|   Pantry Queen Calendar
A Photo From Life
Call or phone when you want
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes
and Gents   Furnishings
Try my Eggs and Butter
MIDWAY      -      -B.C.
Around Home
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.
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish
\   and Poultry.    Shops in nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelling and ReSoidg Department
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
R. V. f. JOMXS, A��l*t GaoccalManager
caprrmu siMflSM   besehve fund, $13,500,000
of Commerce to be opesaied by mail, and ivill receive tha same
cax^ attentto
business.   Money a^ be afepedted or vvithdravra in thh w^ ^
You want the best in
Cigars, Tobaccos, Gum
At Popular Prices
0.   K.   CIGAR   STORE
R. J. JWUIR.      ���      ���      PROP.
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors Garage in connection.
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B, C Cigar, Absolutely Guaranteed Clear
Havana Filled The Cigar
that never varys,    .   X ,
Have you tried one lately?
Christian Science service will beheld
in the- MELLOR BLOCK on Sunday at n
a. in. . All welcome. Every Wednesday
at8 p. in., testimonial, meetings will be
held iu the same block. Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
*^ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4��*f* 4* 4* 4* *i* "i*
"C LOAT is not a periodic-
*"     al.    It is a book con
taining 86 illustrations all
told, and is filled with
sketches and stories of
western life. It tells how
a gambler cashed in after
the flush days of Sandon ;
how it rained in NewjJDen-
yer long after Noah was
dead^ how a parson took a
drink at Bear Lake in
early days; how justice
was dealt in Kaslo in '93?
how the Baloon man out-
prayed the women in Kalamazoo, and graphically depicts the roamings of a
*$* western editor among the
tender-feet in the cent belt.
It contains the early history
of Nelsou and a romance
of the Silver.King mine.
In it are printed three
western poems, and dozens
4�� of articles   too   numerous
to mention. Send for one
before it is too late. The
price is 25 ; cents, poet-
paid feo *���' any I par to! the
IIR Li $11
Leaves Mother Lode
9.30 a. m, 6.30 p. tn.
Leaves Greenwood
2.00 p. m.
8.30 p. tu.
Saturday last stage leaves Mother
Lode 6 p. m. Returning, leaves
Greenwood io p. m.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twite
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GILLIS & ION, Proprietors.
air left- 4��
All   the   latest  methods   in  high-class.
."   Dentistry.   .
Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.
VANCOUVER;   -   -   -   BC.
Silver Production
The world's annual production
of silver is aboot 175,000,000
ounces. In 1915, the last year for
which statistics of all countries are
available, thc United States produced 74,196,000 onnces, Mexico
59,570,000 and Canada 28,401,000
ounces. The balance of the total
is made np by Pern, Japan, Spain
and Australia in ordered  named.
The output of Cobalt, Ontario,
to the end of 1917 is about 275,-
000,000 ounces, having a value of
8154,000,000.: The mines reached
their maximum in 1911; with an
output of 31,507,991 ounces. Since
then there has been a slight annual
shrinkage in;: quantity, the increased prices has kept;; np ; the
value"of >the prodoct. Dividends
im date are oyer ^72.000,000. which
represents an ; onnsallyJ large .percentage of;the ->al ue recovered, ~
Northern Miner, X:
Jim Dale was in from Carmi
this week.
Jim Drum was iu town on Monday from Beaverdell.
Mrs. Chas. Oliver was taken
to the hospital on Monday.
Some good buy's at our Stock
Taking Sale.   G. A. Reudell.
C. McArthur and sou are doing
some work on the E. P. U. mine.
P. Donald an old timer of Rock
Creek died in Oroville, Wash.,
Mark Kay, of Phoenix, is seriously ill in the Sacred Heart
Hospital.   -
J. P. Roache has donned the
khaki, and at present is visiting
in Nelsou.
H. Whiting-, of Kettle Valley,
was in the city for a few hours
on Monday.
Several other properties besides
the Providence will be operating
tn a few weeks.
Miss C. Mcintosh, has gone to
Kelowna, where she will eater
the High School.
A. Rusch has left Rock Creek
for Vancouver where he will join
the aviation corps.
Our Stock Taking Sale is on
and will run to the end of January.    G. A. Reudell.
Mrs. Fleming and Mrs. Swayne
are tbe directors of the Greenwood Women's Institute.
D. R. McElmon, Greenwood.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Spectacles and pipes repaired.
Miss L, Shantz and R. Taylor
formerly of Phoenix, were re-
rently married in Vancouver.
Ernest Bidder left on Thursday
last for his home in Marysville,
where he will visit for a few
A Masquerade will be held in
the Rink on Saturday evening,
February 9. Further particulars
in nest issue.
For Sale.���Five roomed house
and ho\ in Anaconda. Lot 4,
Block 4. Price $250. Apply Joe
Caron, Midway.
The Wiunett house on Long-
Lake St., has been thoroughly renovated and will be occupied by J.
Gibson of the; B. C. Telephone
��� The Forest Mill of Cascade is
getting out 3,000,000 feet of sawlogs in the North Fork country
and 30,000,000 ^feet on the Main
Kettle river.
A. T. Heylahd, teller in the
Bank of Commerce, left this
week for Vanrouver. His position has been taken by Mr.
Knight of Vancouver.
A. B. Rilauce, of the Columbia;
Paper Co., Stanley Pratt, Empress Manufacturing Co., and E.
G. Clay, ot Ramsay Bros., Vancouver, were here on business on
Lost.���r Bet ween Norden and
Pacific hotels, a purse containing-
money, also P. O. order receipt.
Finder will be rewarded by returning same to Catherine Smith,
Pacific Hotel.
A School Dance, will be held
in the Masonic Dance Hall on
Friday evening, January 31. The
McKay orchestra of Phoenix,
will furnish the music and the
Red Cross Ladies will serve the
supper. Come and have a good
About 70 attended the Silver
Tea iu aid of the Red Cross at
the home of Mrs. G. A. Rendell,
on Wednesday last between 4 and
5.30 p.m. The rooms were decorated for the occasion, Japanese
lanterns were used. Miss Ena
Potts dressed as aPed Cross nurse
opened the door for the.guests.
Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Lttcas presided oyer -the Tea and Coffee
tables which were adorned with
pink caridles. One of tlie events
of the aiterappu was the drawing
of a pair of silk stocking which
was donated by;I; H. Hsliett and
woo by;:Mrsl Stbckleyr -.Theproceeds of -this'';, en joy able X affair
ambuntedito $2SiXX:XyX^
Hockey at Phoenix
The Greenwood Intermediate
and Junior Hockey teams went to
Phoenix on Tuesday evening and
played against the teams of that
town. The Phoenix Juniors won
by a score of 4 to 2. The Intermediate score was a tie, 1-1. The
Greenwood boys put up a great
game and considering the little
practice they have had they showed up wonderfully.
Greenwood.���Goal, R. Taylor,
Point, Anderson, Cover Point,
Murray, L. Wing, McKee, R.
Wing, Plecash, Centre, Nelson^
Rover, Jordan. Substitutes, McCutcheon for McKee 2nd and 3rd
period. McKee for Murray 3rd
period.    Spare, Schenck.
Phoenix.���Goal Blundell, Point,
McOammon, C. Point, Piper, L.
Wing, Massberg, R. Wing, Mus-
sato, Centre, Almstrom, Rover,
Elmgreen. Patterson substituted
for MnBsato 2nd period.
Referee, Ab McQueen, Judge of
Play, George Clerf.
When the return game is played
on Friday, January 25 at Greenwood a very exciting match will be
witnessed, lor both teams will try
to establish their leadership, and
seeing the way the home team conducted themselves on strange ice
and with slight practice, a victory
is to be hoped for.
A terrible sand-storm from the
Arizona deserts, blew through San
Diego the other morning at the
rate of 30 miles an hour. The sky
was full of sand all day.
Owing to lack of feed milk in
San Diego is now 8 cents a pint,
and 14 cents a quart, with prospects of a famine in the future.
So far this winter in San Diego
the coldest day was 42, 10 degrees
above freezing. The hotest day
has been 80 in the shade. Only J
of an inch of rain fell since June,
but plenty of near beer in town.
It is a dull day in Southern California, when the auto does not
kill one or more people.
Retort Courageous
Old Grouch���Here, sir, how is it
I catch yoa kissing my daughter?
Suiter���rBy sneaking in .on us sir.
In a Restaurant
' 'This oyster must be lonely without any companions."
Well, he doesn't mind now.
He's Btewed."
During the past month there has
been two murders, and four suicides in San Diego.
In Mexico a Bhort time ago, the
Indians placed rocks and dynamite
on a railway track. When the
train stopped, the redskins hopped
abroad, and killed about 200 men,
women and children, including 40
Mexican soldiers. While the massacre was going on the engineer
and fireman, removed the obstructions from the track, detached the
engine, and ran to the nearest fort,
bringing back a lot of soldiers, who
killed the Indians who were trying
to get $20,000 in gold out of the
safe in the express car.
J. P, Kelly, the well-known
Spokane mining man, who owns
several mining properties in this
district, is in town on business.
Mr. Kelly is a great booster for
this section, having faith in the
future of the camp.
The watches to be presented to
Lieut. O. R. Matthews and Pte.
Jack White, in recognition of
their services to their King and
Country, from the citizens of
Greenwood, will take place at
the Rink on Fridar evening,
January 25th.
$30,000,000 will be required
this winter to meet the needs of
starving1 millions of Armenians
and Syrians. Help now or it
may be too late. 17 cents feeds
one person daily. Offerings will
be received at the Bank of: Commerce until Feb. 3rd,
Al... Morrison has bought the
Cuddeford house on Summit St.,
and will move his family to town
from the Mother Lode, next
month. Chas. Oliver has purchased the Rutherford house on
Skylark St. These deals were
made through the local firm of
Smiths King.
The Ladies of the Boundary
Womens' Institute are holding a
social evening- on Friday, Jan.
25th, in the Oddfellows Hall,
Copper St. The members are
urg-entlv requested to be present,
and they very cordially iiivite all
the ladies of the town and district to come and spend a pleasant evening with them. No admission..
Northport Smelter
The Cottrell plant of the North-
port Smelting & Refining Co.,
owned by the Day family and providing smelting facilities for Hercules and Tamarack & Custer iu
the Coenr d'Alene district, Idaho,
placed its new Cottrell smoke reducing plant in operation on January 1, thus completing an improvement estimated to save between $700 and $900 daily. Total
cost is placed at 8110,000. North-
port Times says that plant contains
oyer. 400 tons of steel and 150
rivets and the chamber 832 steel
pipes 12 inches in diameter and
16 feet long, of No. 16 iron. It is
estimated that plant will collect 12
tons of dust every 24 hours.
Red Cross
Tlie.following is a detailed account of
tbe Red Cross expenditure for the year
Rent for Guild Room and Banquet
Hall......................... $ 29.00
Laundry, Surgical Shirts, Opera-
At the annual meeting of the
Rock Creek Farmers' Institute
the following officers were elected:
Hon. President,i Hon. Jf. Oliver;
Hon. Pice-President, Hon. J. D.
MacLean; Presiden t, W. Clark;
Vice-President, ;a^E;; Martin;
Secretary-Treasur��T,; S.; iLarseu;
Directors, G- C. V Shaver, A. D.
McLennan, E. Hatton, H. Whiting aad J, Madge.
tion Socks
Janitor work...........	
Musicians, for Dances ........
Printing and advertisirig,.............
Phone for use of Secretary	
Donations to Prisoner of War......
Donations to Belgian Relief....	
Donations to Y. M.'C. A.	
Donations to Red Cross Society ...
Donations, Returned Soldi's Fund
Donations to  Agricultural Relief
to t.he Allies ...........,..;;���.	
Donations to Halifax Relief	
Stamps and Postage	
Ice Cream��� ;.. ....;..
Donaiuipn Express on Ice Cream
and Red Cross supplies	
Local donations...... ...............
Light ���.-.	
John Cropley for. repairs.........	
Materials for Soldiers Xmas boxes 153.12
Materials, yarn, flannetett, etc  467.64
Wood .:..:.. .:..      5.50
Incidental expenses (knitting
jtaachine)      1.20
100 00
As previously published
Total Receipts ...............
Balance in Bank..	
Work materials on hand
Total assets	
Total  $ 1986.41
 $ 180.91
..........!$ 101.34
.$ 282.25
Auditors, Mrs. G. B. Taylor, Mis. C. J.
A special vote of thanks is extended to
the Ladies of the Mother Lode, Boundary Falls and to all the Citizens of Greeri-
vtwd, for their splendid support, to aid
the Rett Cross Workers during the past
year; also to W. B Fleming and G.
Walters for their co&tinnal service rendered to this cause.
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Constipation Cure
A druggist oaya : "For nearly
thirty years I have commended
the Extract of Roots, known as
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup, for
the radical cure cf constipation
and indigestion. It is an old
reliable remedy that never fails
/ to do the work," 30 drops
H thrice daily. Get the Genuine,
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Food Situation is Grave
Vital Necessity o��   Conservation   of
Food   Supplies  and   Increased
The latest nppe.il of W. J. Hruina,
Jood controller, is worthy of atteti-
Mr. Ilanna's statement is as follows:
"Recent developments in Europe,
official correspondence and tlie lat-
tst crop estimates make it plain thru
She world food,: situation ��� ,today is
icri(jn!s ; beyond "Vanythliift : tliat; we:
7xouldy;scc;'a few'S.iitouths a^
���wc.rirc'.';��� willinj?7 :tc> .wake'.i^:>iue' sacri-
ficciit quit: ra^
.:guard: against; waste '7:XX..';���'.':toqc.stuff.__
ivC : niay;i find .;JUift.y.eoiisiu jifv<i':/; victory
:: .Of. 77;c\u X: % rniic.s; ��� e ;i utvnffe re dJX. ������;'
\;7;: "Reports 'pf^^
::��nd::: kalyr^sliow;;.t:.fetCAv:e..':^Ii:di.:^;,.liCi'
:'. caHe.d'"���.'���itippiV :.;'i.X:s(.T;vin; every  effort
7 and 'to Vconscryc ,every : oiincc of;��� food
lies,"y Temporary���;';di's?'s.t.cti:;:Jitisi;^:;oy:e.r'f
; taken ;tlie:   Itiiliri.ilv':;a;riiiyvand,,'..'.itV..\Vili.
:be'iiecessary7to: support:tliein;tb::the:
Utmost.���'.������.by :rtisliihK Jc)64 ; sliipinents..;
/���������TTlic ^rcgiiireniciits--of :;Grc;it7''��� Rritaiii;;
will 1)e niueli larger 'thrill tli'cy   were
��� last year. We must also'.ensure thc
women and children of France from
terrible suffennf* and make certain
that llic allied cruise, will not be
weakened by shortage of: essential
food  supplies.   ���
"Tlie. situation is pravc today..and
the time has conic when the people
of Canada '11111st  realize  that  tlie  ;il-
. lies are -depending oh the continent
6f. North Ainericri to a fsr'. greater
extent than ever before. 'It is 'within thc  power of all  of  ineffectively
..to support the- efforts of our armies.
The Canadian : farmer lias done his
part by iiarveslinc; a splendid crop.
JPlaiis .have been niad'e for greater
production next year. But. until the
pext harvest the. only means of increasing the exportable- surplus of
food  is  for the consumer to  do  his
. Outy. The��� fiffliting efficiency.'of the
allied forces will be impaired unless
Canada awakens .to the seriousness.
of the food problem. There rests
CpQii us a tremendous responsibility
������perhaps for the'-"very issue of the
war."   .
.: The Dragon's Teeth .
AVitli twenty-two nations named in
the  compilation, it becomes    evident
liow  effectively   Germany  has    sown
tile  dragon's -teeth.    That she    will
<ouViiiue ih  her endeavors    to, com*
jil^Cc' the: ancient myth by .settiti.se tjic
annetr prORCiiy: acfainst each; other is
:*^\iafly;';.Cvidciit>    Tt   is   the     fervent
HiOpc .of liberty lliat 'tiiis  can ivevef
, I)C (lone;   The temporary collapse of
���ihe; Russian iifilitar'v'.pQiyer    is   .the
���ieiilyi Ijrcal^   'i'liis.; let. itbe; lioped, is
���������'a'^breaSli::.-tlt^-t.'--iVii.i.,.be: '"lieafed   X\isfl
"fttissiii7Rets a ftijl taste pI the IBrus-4
�����ian7:jiictUttds,-^Iva.:a3,as City- Strir..
Ah Honor Well Deserved
��� Dtvillc- Wrspolit has: been .. decdrrtt*
�����'<! \nt*h;;:tlie Albert Medal* attarttetl
rVy .'life Royal Society of 'Aria- tf
'iyiSfklud; -fax   diStinffuith'fjd  peiform-
Iuicii Tit the avt> and: sciences.- That
S'Xi'ii- lion&r bestowed vyliere it- bc-
Q��i,.4'S,. His there been >.niy-:-: other
jtontribuli-in tci tlie modern axfc oi
XXt more iiniiQftatit than ; tlie.'aCro'
:^i;i!V;;'^vew York World,"'.-'   '.'
Chances of War
"Twenty-nine Chances to  One Your
Boy Returns
'Well-informed military men say
that if your boy goes to the front:
He lias twenty-nine chances of
coming home to one chance of being   killed.
He has ninety-eight chances c-f recovering fro in a wound to two
chances  of  dying.
He has only one chance in 500 of
losing a limb.
He will live live years longer because of  physical  training.
He is freer from disease in the
army than in civil life.
Hc has better medical care at the
front   than   r.t   home.
In other wars from ten to fifteen
men died from disease to one from
In this war one man dies from
disease   to  ������very  ten   from  bullets.
This war is less wasteful of life
than any oilier in   history.
Only 10 pei'.cent, of all Canadians
disabled for further service have
been physically unable to engp.gc in
their former occupations.
If your boy is one of thc 10 per
cent, lhe government will re-cdueate
him in .'mother vocation at which
lie,::i:an::.e:arri.:.a:.:.livin'g,'.; :'.'.���������������
The British Navy
Enemies  of Germany   Would    Have
Been Powerless Without Britain's  Strong Arm
Lloyd George says that the Britbh
navy^ saved the entente. It has been
'be factor which saved the world
from Germanism. If German ambitions iinally be reduced to thc form
with whieh the rest of thc world
thinks it can live, thc reduction will
be due to the Biitish navy. Sea power has preserved what is preserved
of the nations Germany set out to
If the British navy had been out
of the way the German navy would
have, controlled the sea. France
would have been without sufficient
coal, and without sufficient coal
would have been without sufficient
munitions. France would have been
blockaded efficiently. No calculation
can entertain thc idea that French
efforts, however desperate, could
h; vc prevailed against the German
military effort plus a successful
The British, without a controlling
navy, could not have entered the
war. Italy aud Rumania would not
have entered. The United States
lould not have entered it. We could
not havc helped the entente with
money, supplies or men. Whatever
consequences might have been in
store for us as the result of a German victory wc could have done
nothing but  sit and wait for them.
The enemies of Germany would
have been powerless without the
British navy. Germany would havc
had the world by the neck and could
have choked it. It checked the
Herman army. It holds it in check
now. To do this the grand fleet
does not havc to light. It merely
has  io  exist.���Chicago Tribune.
���rcsiiltS:jlrour tlie: useX.of;"Baby's .Own
'I|blets.v,:. They':.arc ^the;oiily niedi-;
cine T ���know of ���:.1that -one can "depend
upon to^; promptly cmre; bowel : iihd
sioniacli^troiibies.":Tlie' Tablets' nev+
cr;'..;fail: to: -���������jrcltcya the7 dittl^
besulesHlliVmptbcr'hasjhc ;gtia'rjtritco:
Ot���'��� a govern iiient ��� ;inalyst tlikt ' they
arc absolutely safe. They, arc sold
by'medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a bos: from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co.,  Brockviile,  Ont,
Help for Asthma. Neglect gives
asthma a great advantage. Thc
trouble, once it has secured a foothold, fastens its grip on the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. J. D.
curing cases of asthma of long stand-
Keilogg's Asthma Remedy is daily
ing. Years of suffering, howeven
might have been prevented had the
remedy been usid when the trouble
was in its first stages. Do not neglect asthma, but usc this preparation  at  once.
A Great Cattle Country
Jack Canuck Wins
On Home Battleiields
Will Power Big Factor, in. the Success  of  Disabled  Men at
Trade Schools
"���Where there's a will, there's a
.The vocational training officers of
thc^inilitary hospitals coniininissiou
have run lip the frayed okh banner
of ���������achievement', and the Caiiadiaii
boys, remnants of thc stalwart
youths which the Dominion sent, over seas, arc testing the -caliber of
Canada anew on: the homo battlefields.-'.:. .'������'���    ���-;���.���
Jack Canuck js proving . that . he
can fight adversity with one arm tied
behind him, legless, even������ blind, if
need be. Given the will, he .inakes
good -under any handicap, declare the
men who arc engaged iii tcaching
"thc boys uho'eoihe back di.>;ibled for
their old work in life,new tradts by
which to earn a livelihood,
1'te.. Giniler, a Toronto lad vvlio
foiiRbt ,_-\vitli .oii'e of the 'fii'st batta-
iit>ti5 .w'ii^.���'�������.ftfeer for the iiistniCiofe
wheii he returned ^X'o\\t- 'the ��� froiit.
He bad: lost' 6nc leg, the sight of one
��� ey<?v and his rCnrjiimug leg. w,as'Vba,dIy
Sinjured,: but: there \\-aS -no break iii
liis judiatc.' liidornltable 'spirit set
l.iiiii tft lea'rri sanitary eivKiiiefiriiig:
Lwliile lift wai���.���.still .eoiivaleseentj.. ���but
lie fotiftd7 that study .mad:e, liihi :diziy
aird ba<l to ptfvc Vup book7 wiprk..
This ^vas a bad blow. but. Gindcr
did not go to the mat.- He took up
cut glass griiidiiig and polisliing in'a
factory .uhcre the cmtiloycr bad o.i^
and today be is supplying- the sparkle
'ink. banquet tabl:es barred V:td.. 15tir^
gundy by Avar time prohibition, and
toning' up the whblfi work rooni .with
bis :��x cess g'iod.c;rieer. .    -./>���
Leading   Cattle   Breeders   Establish
Herds in Alberta
One of the best testimonies of thc
possibilities of Alberta as a stock-
breeding country is shown by the
fact (hat some of the best-known
breeders in America are locating
here, having been attracted by the
ideal climate und natural advantages
of this province for stock breeding.
Among the latest to establish here
are .1. D. Maegrcgor, of Brandon,
.Manitoba, and George F. Fulier, of
tjirvin. Saskatchewan. It is not the
intention of either lo give up their
ranches in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The former has purchased two
sect ions '.south',;qf.; Cluny,; Alberta, and
will move part of his herds-.to; Albert
t;i iii tht; licar:,'{nture,;:whileX'ihc^latter, who has -bought:,'a -place {abdiit
20 miles sbuth .of ::Criigaiy, lias "already liiovcd a portion of his herds,
:Aliv7 /Macgrfegor; is :' well:; known.
thrqusliQitt ;Aiiierica: as avbreetlcr pf
Aberdcct:; Aligns7 cat'le'aiid;-Suffolk
,she;e|i, '���;.: aii d' ���: i or y twci: Aears ��� i ii; su c ^e s-;
:sion, ;iif: I9i2:: iiiid -1913,'Iie; .succceUecl
iii;;.������'xarryingi./'bft:' lhe ,'���'���''g'riiii.d :.::is.,>ye'e'(;,-
pfakes for: the:: best beef -steer: at; the
International J^iye:'Stock; : Sho\y:'; at
C|i|crigo, with Glcncariibck:: Victor
;:',v;^X;iy:'ir-iLti|eV;;ji"iid'tv<is A'o.viiiak'e.-'.'Gi't'lgary
hisdieadiiuartcrs in : future "and .lias
brought some of his best cattle from
his Girvin ranch. He is of the opinion, that Alberta offers a b"tter opportunity for the live stock industry
than.any part of America, being particularly well adapted ou r.ccount of
its .excellent, climatic and soil conditions; .-���-.'       ..������'���
Minardrs Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Western Veterans
Great Workmen
A  cynic is A:man. \sbo ' iniisi    be
unkfijipy in'order to appear hiippy.; ������
fir&iBeismm^      Children
The long, h&xd schgcA: terci drstiris tKe Vitality df growings
��hil<2f eri and you wondeif why they are Ustlessi puny and;pale^
Evei^ school chHdwiilsimw^
��� .A-'..in;;healt5i;a;!^,;:grwtjilf giveii ^x:'yXXgxf0XXi
Men Trained   in   M.H.C. Vocational
Schools in Great Demand
Among Employers    .
In |;J"- unit of tlie military hospitals, commission .command, in- British
Columbia, where fiction writers send
all. the black sheep to work out their
salvation, the records of. the vocational training schools for returned
soldiers, run under the direction of
the commission lo fit tlie disabled
men to return to profitable work,
show that only . twelve of the
1,500 men who have passed
through the- schoolsin the. iinit have
failed to make good, and of these
five failed because of tlie. recurrence
of their disabilities.
Jimpfoyers yvb.9: AVGre������,: <|uibious: of
cm ploying th e ret uriied; :;sold icirS ";!i ;tv.e
asked for nioreV riivd_the; :rccoinnien77
dations. whicli: tli'cy; fiivcllir t^teraiis
;:i7re;-'gltiw'mg.' ".X-.'x-x
��� 111 ie slogan of; Hie: "^clitsols |r6stcd:
:in ;cvery siiop.xeadsv ''Tlie best: yvay
;tO- kill tiuie is; toAvork it todcatli."
aiid it sceills that fwe^y in an i>Pes
;<j,ut witb It ;pastecl iii liisdiat.. ;������.'���... ,,.:
.-' '"The greatest" vifctpfy-toyer^rejudi-.
ce.s AV.li.icii lias eoinC to llic notice C>i
the vocational oflicers ;co;iiccriiS;: :iui
employer of :i large niinib.ei- of liven
Ji.i   live pioviiice wlio! took   ���.fourteen
ackttb\'.'TeugeU; Tinsgiviiigy but williiig
for pafiiotii* purposes to give thiiii a
trial:. Tiiey inad>3: good to the liiati.
So good "that t-etunved iueii are - liis
lirst choice oil. all (occasions now, -iTf'1
lie evcn7;'goes;:so far ;ti in.- say .that
he uiight post up ii. notij'-e. "^oiie but
returned meiviieetl a'P'jdy."-.;:;. '���:��� ._'"���
Reports- " frotii ' ,.IKail:viiii'!. .'.'I'iinCC
Riipeit, AietoriA. it'n.d all tti��' smaller
British' ���('��� .Iiijivlyia ��� citt< s. ��� aivd: ininiug:
district ^ ,'i-e in the - ��� 1 ii(��� strain, iiiid
then N brov. ing esi,l<nce in < vi rv
:dir.��.��iiuii tli.it tin' pr,-i\uii"c ��.. hiib
iii im od l'v v. i.[1th (if biav. n -���> g> h-
e;i"<>li-ly if tin- -^i^io of tie' , <,; , u >
\Vil.i r'-ap a ertat nu.ir'l ir. a v--
tlini'mg rirniv of -killed ,'i'ii ..' \u
lake the place ��f a great :", ' d r nl
unskilled   l.iborcri. .
<o nend some Zam-Bub to your
Boldler friend at the front. With
tho coming of cold ���weather, the
men in the trenches all suffer, moro
or less, with chapped hands, cold
cracks, chilblains and cold eores,
anfl tha soldier "who has Bome
Zam-Buk on hand to apply immediately any of these painful ailments
make their appearance, will he
caved hours of suffering.
Pte. E. Westfleld of "C" Company, 3rd Worcester Regiment,
���writes: "We Avi&h ouv friends
���would send ua out more Zam-Buk.
It is splendid for sore hands; cold
cracks, cold sores, etc.
Nothing ends pain and heals so
quickly as' Zam-Buk, and being
germicidal, it prevents blood-pclson-
50c. box, 3 for $1.25, all druggists or Zam-Buk Co��� Toronto.
Excursions to
Eastern Canada
Popular    Winter    Excursions    Conducted by Canadian Northern
If you are contemplating going
Iiast this winter, consult your nearest Canadian Northern Railway
agent in reference t�� service and inducements offered by this popular
road. Special fares daily from December 1st to 31st, good to return
any time within three months. Liberal-stop-over, with excellent service, standard electric lighted trains,
observation cars aud the best of
standard sleepers. Through tourist
cars, new, with all latest improvements, from Edmonton, Calgar3',
Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon and
Winnipeg. YVrite for pamphlet to
District Passenger Agent at Edmonton or Saskatoon, or write to R.
Creelman, General Passenger Agent
at Winnipeg.
Sleeplessness.���Sleep is thc great
restorer and to bc deprived of it is
vital loss. Whatever may be the
cause of it, indigestion, nervous derangement or menial worry, try a
course of Parinelee's Vegetable Pills,
By regulatinp; tlie. action of the stomach, where the trouble lies, they will
restore normal conditions and healthful sleep will follow. They exert a
sedative force upon the nerves and
where, there is unrest they bring rest,
Fightin' Sons-of-Guns
The Canadians    are   Always   There
With the Punch
In common with a large portion of
tlie American public, I long harbored a suspicion that the publicity Canadians were; receiving for their
achievements in France might possibly be explained on the ground of
propaganda. That was doing them
an injustice. Though certain crack
British regiments arc unsurpassed by
any troops in the world, the fact remains that.the Canadian army, as a
whole constitutes the most formidable weapon of its size on any front.-
This statement does not represent
any valueless personal prejudice, but
the opinion  of military experts.
The Canadians are always there
with thc punch. No matter how badly maulccl they may bc they come
back with a kick like a Missouri
mule���and you may have noticed
how, often when there's a particular^ hard nut to crack, they get the
Even the enemy tacitly confessed
their worth. After torrents of rain
had temporarily halted thc attack at
Lens in August, German military
correspondents wrote gleefully to
their newspapers: "Sir Douglas Haig
has discovered that even his Canadians are not the equal of lhe German  soldiers."
Tlie men from the Dominion are.
wonders at making the best of circumstances. You could set down a
bunch of Canadians on a desert island and in two weeks they'd have a
football team, and the secretary
would be sending challenges broad-
east to ihe cannibals of all lhe adjacent territory. And there would bc
a tug-of-\var team in kilts, and a boxing bout between _ the lightweight
champions of Winnipeg, Calgary, the
Peace River valley, Rouen and
Havre, and a rival claimant who had
beaten everything of liis class in.
Sorel, Three Rivers, Lachine, Calais
and Etaples.���George Pnttullo in
Saturday Evening Post.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
Knitting in Church
The. Sunday morning sermon of
Rcv.L, B. Longacre, Congregational minister, at Denver, Colo., is now
accompanied by the merry clicking of a hundred pairs of knitting
needles, Women of his congregation^ unwilling to leave off their
knitting of sleeveless sweaters and
other comforts for the Sammies,
petitioned the pastor for permission
to knit during the service. He not
only agreed, but assisted them to
recruit members for thc Sunday
morning  knitting class.
Ha* boon Canada's favorite yeast for over m
quarter of a centurv. Bread baked^ with Royal
Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that
made with any other, so that a full week'* supply
can easily be made at one baklne, and the last
loaf will be Just aa good as the first
Time the Enemy
We havc taken our lime even in
our support of Britain and France.
Alas for that element of time! How
wc havc squandered it! "Ask of me
anything you will," said Napoleon to
one of his generals, "except time.'.'
We have acted very much as if we
had all the time there is. Now, thc
swift advance of the Teutons toward \rcnice may for a while make
a mock pf such assistance as wc
can give. But bur resources must
not be stinted. Wc must actively
joiii Great Britain mid. France in
measures of prompt assistance.���
Boston Transcript.
"So you  havc a ncw cook?"
"Yes,"   replied Mr. Jibway.
"How long do you expect to keep
"Well, Hie is an uncertain proposition. Wc are here today and gone
tomorrow, but I expect to bc living-
a long time after this cook leaves."
���Birmingham Age-Herald.
The Zionist Movement
Great Britain's declaration in favor of the Zionist movement to establish a slate for .lews in Palestine,
carries with it a proviso that the
movement shall not in any way conflict with the rights of non-Jewish
communities now existing in Palestine. The proposal also provides
that the movement must not affect
the rights and political status enjoyed  by Jews in  any  other, country.
Minister to Speed
Salvation by Motor
Western     Soldier-Preacher     Studies
Motor Mechanics in M.H.C.
Vocational Training Class
Motor mechanics ns a course supplementary to the business of a
"Sky Pilot" is Pte. Lambert'.^ idea of
efficiency, and in his ease it may
mean the'salvalioii of many souls.
Pie. Lambert before the war was
thc Rev. 1.amber! ministering to lhe
spiritual needs of scattered Methodist communities over an area of 30
miles in Alberta. When the call to
war came, he dofi'ed lhe cloth for
khaki and joined ihe ranks of one of
the lirst battalions. Today "lie i.s a
patient in the Orthopaedic Hospital
in Toronto, minus a log, but. as ambitious to fulfil his mission as the
day he left college.
To preach thc gospel in the west,
one must travel far in thc outlying
districts and thc necessity of getting
around was a problem until he hit
upon the idea of motor mechanics.
If a man could care for his car, do
all thc repairs, and possibly buy a
used car and renovate it at_ small
expense, it would do away with livery bills, and speed up even the advance of Christianity.
The minister is now one of the
most eager students in this popular
course of the vocational training ar-
langed by the military hospitals
commission, and the instructors say
shows a most marked ability in mechanics.
Primitive Man
Bombers arc always bloodthirsty
creatures. An officer, bleeding profusely from a face wound, was besought by bis batman to go back to
the dressing station alone, the reason being, "I caiina gan back wi' ye
sir, afore I hae a bash at the Jerries wi' ma bombs. There'll.be. nae
Boche left if I dinna gang noo!" And
off hc went into thc mist and the
barrage smoke of the new hell.
He���My ancestors came over in
the  Mayflower.
She���Ijt's lucky they did; the immigration laws arc a little stricter
A Western Admission
The supposed tyranny of "mouar-
chial England" doesn't exist. The
fact is thc government of England is
more responsive to public opinion
than our own, because prime minister is not chosen for a fixed term.
He holds oflice only so long as a
majority in the house of commons
supports him. If the members hear
from "thc folks back home" they
can upset the government any day.���
Washington Tost.
Only the uninformed endure the
agony of corns. The knowing ones
apply Holloway's Corn Cure and get
Colonel���Well, what do you want?
Hobo���Colonel, believe me, I am
no ordinary beggar. I was at the
Colonel���You w-erc?
Hobo���Yes, sir, lnit I couldn't
make 'cm hear, so 1 came around to
the back.���Puck.
The Matter of Efficiency
Much Vaunted Efficiency in Germany
Will Not Pass Close
Prussianized Germany is the bright
and shining light of scientific autocracy; and before thc Avar she waj
spick and span, clean and orderly,
and vastly impressive to those wliosa
investigations stop at the surface.
But in Germany before the war tha
infant death rate was twice as high
as that of Prance, more than 40 per
cent, higher than that of England o'
the registration area of the United
Stales, and a little higher even than
that of Italy. Thc tuberculosis rats
iu Germany was lower than that of
Prance, but much higher than that ot
England. Thc proportion of illegitimate births in Germany was considerably higher than in France, twica
as high as in England, four times as
high as in Ireland. The number ol
child suicides was greater in Germany than in any other country, antj
Gerard lias told us recently that 53
percent, of the families in Berlin Jived in single room tenements.���Chicago Jounia.1.
German Potato Crop Not
So Big After AH
Authorities Admit Now It Has Fallen Below the Expectations
The German food ministry, in_replying to a petition from working-
men in the Solingcn district, declares it is impossible to increase the
potato ration of one pound daily, because it is doubtful if the original
great expectations as to the size of
the potato crop are realized. Although tho potato crop undoubtedly
is good this year, it would seem
that thc German authorities had exaggerated the crop returns. In earlier announcements it was said thai:
the great potato crop had solved the
food difficulty.
The oats crop is so poor that German farmers will be permitted to retain for the feeding of their own
horses only enough fodder and grain
of their own raising to give each
horse a daily ration of two pounds
The farmers must-accomplish their
heavy work as best they can with
underfed animals. Army horses, even those doing thc heavy work of
hauling ammunition to the batteries
in Flanders, will fare little better,
The army borscs for months bave
been on a two-pound ration, resulting in the wholesale breakdown
of horse transport.
Visitor���and do you find people
coining in here during, tlie week for
Sexton���Aye, s>in that they do;
why, I caught two of 'em in 'ere only
last week.���Casscll's Saturday Journal.
$275 an Acre From Turnips
A farmer at Chilliv/ack,'. British
Columbia, has this year received
$dl,000. for turnips grown on 40 acres
of land..., This'V.-orUs out at a return
of $2?5 an acre.
"1 never read what tbe. newspapers
say about me," remarked the pompous  statesman. .
"Well that helps to account for it."
"To account for what?"
"The things the newspapers have
lately been saying about you."���
Washington Star.
Beatrice���Is it true that sailors
have a  gill in cvry port?
Midshipman Harold���Well. I'd
hardly say that���there were several
places wc didn't touch on our cruise.
Its- richj^nijorm cod liver pii gets into their blood and gives ;
them"vijn, snap and zest.    It creates strength to resist I
. school sickjie$5<es, overcome pinched  faces,  sallpw j.
compIefcfoftS alrid dull eye��. f
High authorities have established again and again that cod l
liver oil promotes growth aftd energizes the body and bjsig.   |
Hi'.i 4 fcriss. Icrsew Oct. a��-is j :
Canrtot Forgive or Forget
.-i-^To forgive and forget the horrors
that ba\c acrurr.panhd German ���-"!-
onizing metheds would be ,i? /at'i-
bijs as iorgi\ing the dcprol.tik; s -ii
a'Jt;r;<:r or lorgciiing what are bis
Irt-edau-ry pr',pi noetic -. If any ���.ulor-
feipg raec o? mankind, sii-.L*: the
Cru'.l days of As^ rian 'lejiorT^;',-��._ = i
has shown itself ur.-.vorthj -jf' {jfjng
trusted v.ith"th^50ri^* Gf r,:iiKe
I^H-Ti: Is Gi^nan.���yir.aecn".!!
How the Vicious Circle
of Neurasthenia is Formed
WHEN the nerves are over-
strained by mental exertion, by accident or by
shock the irritation makes rest
or sleep impossible, and consequently there is no restoration
of the wasted nerve force.
In its turn digestion fails, because there is lack of nervous
energy to control the flow of gastric juices 'in the stomach and to
operate the other organs of
Failing to obtain the necessary
nourishment, the blood becomes
thin and watery, and as a, result
the nerves are further starved
and rendered less capable of
standing the strain put upon
In this way is formed the vicious circle of neurasthenia or
nervous prostration, and there is
no magical way in which the
circle may be broken up.
Overstrained Nerves,
Mn.'1 George Rosa, Angtnrt* gttneet,
Cornwall, Ont., -writes : "Some tw�� yearn
ago I w*a attacked with' neurasthenia, or
nervous prbBtration. I doctored vitJi different doctors without any good result*,
and even took a trip to.o. distant eity to
Bee if I could not recuperate. But upon
returning I found' I yuan no better -~ l��
fact, I kept gettinsr worse all tho tUnc
I had no appetite, could not sleep, and
ha<i to toe helped up and down stairs.
I also had t��irlbl& headaches. Ono day
a liook :was left at tho <kior telling' a.bout
Pr. Chased N*rva Pood, and T decided
to try It. My folks derided tho Idea, but
I-vent -ahead and secured a box, a.nd
before finishing- that first-box I could sea
that I tvas getting- better. You may be
sura: I was delitrhted io tind a. remedy
that -would give.we i<jllef. I continued
taking them, and recovered to tb.oroughr
ly that i iiras able to help -with the honse-
clean:ng that spring: During my .n*?-
voiis collapse I had failed from lli
pounds to SO, and eljicefriy recovery
Jiive weighed as much "as 110 pounds. 1
still kcoj) t>r. Chase's Nerva Foot! Jn thft
;hou.=!��, and u&e tlitni when I f��=ol the need
of ihe:n. I have recommended them to
a gr��at many people around Cornwall, as
I feel that I cannot s?eak too Uglily ��t
The nerve cells are starved and x
must have nourishment The
blood fails to supply this want, so
you must give to the blood in
condensed and easily assimilated
form the elements from which
Nature forms new blood and new
nervous energy.
This is exactly what Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food does, and it
does it so well that no treatment
for the nerves has ever met with
the enormous success of this
great food cure.
You can scarcely take up a
newspaper without reading of
someone who has been restored
to health and vigor and happiness
by means of this reconstructive
treatment. This is Nature's way
of effecting cure, and is, there *
fore, both certain and lasting. A
little patience is required, but
once the building-up processs is
under way you will find daily evidence that you are regaining
health and the joy of living.
y:   ii87
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Small Price
have stood the test of time.
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quick t.o banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion.
Genuine bear* aifftutura
Generally Indicate > l��ck
of lion in the Blood
Carter's Iron Pills
WU! help thU condition
Minimize The Fire
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Chemically Self-Extinguishing
"Silent 500s"
The Matches With "No
EDDY is the only Canadian
maker of these matches, every
stick of which lias been treated
with a chemical solution, which
positively ensures the match
becoming dead wood once it
has been lighted and blown
Look for the words "Chemically self-extinguishing" on Oie
Murder on the High Seas
Standing of German Seamen is   far
From Envious
It is a shocking story that is told
in the Norwegian papers of the murderous attack of October 17 on the
convoy bound from Norway _ for
England. But the horror of it is
extraordinary only because we are
provided with more detail than usual,
I only because the German achievement in tiiis instance was not absolutely "spurlos." The official German report of- October 19 announced
that "our-fighting forces returned
without loss or damage," and it was
doubtless their eagerness to get
away in lime that prevented them
from completing the massacre of the
men and women who were endeavoring to escape in  lifeboats.
Many similar instances    have    already been described.      To   recall., a
few: A lifeboat of the Dutch steamer Hcstia was deliberately fired    on
and  sunk by   a  German    submarine,
six Hollanders  and  seven  Chinamen
being killed; one man was killed and
J several  wounded    while    trying    to
'mend a damaged lifeboat of the Danish  steamer  Fredcn;   thc    crews    of
! the   Swedish    steamers    Baltic    and
JVanland were dealt with in the same
'manner, boats from  the latter   hav-
;ing been fired on for almost an hour
: after the   ship was    abandoned.     A
great    many    British crews haye,_ of
course,    been    stibjcclcd    to   similar
treatment,  the    most notorious     instance   being    that    of    the   Belgian
; Prince, when nearly all thc survivors
were deliberately drowned by    their
captors. By now the number of merchant seamen killed by the  Germans
amounts  to more   than  9,000.
It is deeds of this kind  that have
brought upon thc heroes of the German navy thc loathing and contempt
of all who    follow    the  sea.     They
account  for   tlie  formation    of    the
Merchant Seaman's   League  in   England  and  for the drastic  resolutions
of the Seaman's and Firemen's union
j relating to the treatment of thc Ger-
| man Hag and of German sailors aft-
jer the war. Tlie strength of the fee}-
'ing among these men and its possibilities were  shown  clearly    enough
! in the failure of the pacifist congress
i at .Stockholm, and it is by no means
1 to   be  taken  for  granted   that    they
;\\ill forg��:t their wrongs as soon as
the  war  is  over.     The  future  standing  of  the   German   seamen    among
'men of their calling is far from envi-
��� able.���From  the Ncw York Tribune.
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troubles, as well
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toilet purposes.
Sample Each Free by Mail
���Willi 32-p.SkinBook. Forsamples address
post-card: "Cuiicura. Dept. N, Boston,
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The Sheep Industry
Sheep are Selling at Record Prices
This Year
Farmers who were foresighled
enough to go in for sheep raising
are truly to be envied these days.
Following the high prices obtained
,';or wool, they are now securing
(higher prices than ever before for
their sheep, both for breeding and
for mutton purposes. Last August a
sheepman here ventured to predict
that breeding ewes would reach 1hc
$18 mark���an unheard-of price,
which at that time seemed unattainable, despite the high price at which
wool had been selling. This price
was, however, eclipsed on the Calgary market last week when a nurubber of breeding ewes were sold for
$20���thc highest price ever paid for
stock sheep at any central market in
Western  Canada.
The sheep industry is only lust
getting a foothold iu Western Canada, but it is surely coming into its
own. Many farmers are entering
the business this fall, and indications
point to a wonderful development ir>
thc future. A breeder who has sold
13,000 head this fall, mostly in small
lots, is of the opinion that in two
years there will be one million cheep
in Southern Alberta alone.
Shopping in
is really delightful, due to tlie
many beautiful
retail stores,
where thc best in
modern styles
and designs are
always on exhibition at moderate prices. Many
people find that
it is possible to
save tlie expense
_,   . ��f a trip on their
Christmas shopping through buying in
Toronto. ,
What an Opportunity
to enjoy a visit to the City and make n
pleasant holiday outof what would otherwise be a tedious, difficult tu.-tk.   No need
to won '      '    "
minutes  ivaiK irom mc principal
Wc have special facilities for handling
your parcels.
Goo. WrieM and The I louse of Plenty
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CAX/C TU C PAI WCQl For IS days in the inoiitli of January T
OAVUi I ri C vMLVUOivmj stiflViin;; Willi pain ot rheumatism in
Mightiest     s\Yi'tur!,lie f<J0t'     l  tr'Cl' a" ItirlJs ��f remedies but
pvpr      -limed     at i I'otliinn  -b'l  i"e  anv   fiOod.     One  person  told
Abortion,     Stcril- i >��c n\,out Ml.\T.��0'S LINIMENT; as soon
ity,   and    preina- j
turc Calving, one j
or   one    hundred
s   1   tried  it   liic   Saturday   niiflil,   thc   next
ornini;  I   was  feeling very ;;ootl;  I tell you
cattle   treated    in
5   minutes.      t.'sc
one  half   of    our
product,    if     not
satisfied        return
thc   balance    and
I get   your   money.
"Kalf  Savir"
sells    25    pounds
$4.00.      Send   for
printed  matter.
Plant  and  Head   Office.  Edmonton,   Alberta.
P.   O.   Box.   321  ���      . .	
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JHE NEW TRtmSH dtlHEOV. 11,1 NoZ. H.l   | ,nmfl   eim���,o(.���c
TbfCDADmiil UjediaFreuib I 43,000 Suggestions
I   rlbf\ArlWiM Hospital j widi i      , .      , , , m   ,���
rte��t!ucces:-,, cures ciuoNicweAHMEss.los-.'vico�� |    J inno nan t progress lias been made
k vim. rtins/.v. utAnDER. mseases. blood poison, i .'.,   tin-- nrnhlrni   nf   loratiuc   submar-
MLES    EITlltR ����. DRUGGISTS or MAU.S!.POST 4 CTS   i !''    IU��.. _ prOOlCni    OI    IOC.ll.UlJ,    Sllum.L.
f OVOIRA to. JO. .BEEKKAM ST. NEW YOltKor U��U N 0R<1��   1 H1CS\    IlllCT    WhlCH    tlU'lV    <! CSt VUCtlOll    IS
fcwoNta. wniTitroHjntffCB09K.rop.. le clmo .! a to.npnrativcly simple matter, Sec-
tlii:; retti?Jy i-'. -very good;   I  could  fiive  you
a   good  certificate  ."my  time  that   you   would
Ii!;-,:  Io  have  nne.     If  any   time   I   come   to
licar  ahciit   any   person  si':lc   of  rheumatism,
1  could   icLI  them  about this  remedy.
Truly yours,
Clrt U--ic  Ontario Hast, Montreal.
Xreb.   H.  I'.'M.
C.P.R.   Eastern   Excursions   During
December Will Be Popular
Daily during December Special
Round Trip Excursion Rates will be
in effect to practically all points in
L'astcrn Canada. On certain dates
during December, January ancl February low round trip fares to Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster will also be effective. The two
trans-continental trains every .day
both east and w^t over thc Canadian Pacific Railway, (which has become known as "The World's Great-;har(lshi than a m and tha1
est   Highway )   are   Canadas    finest  j t got f from the
and afford travelling without the annoyance of transfer and with no
thought regarding checked baggage
until arrival at declination. Those
contemplating travelling arc advised
to make arrangements early. Reports from the officers of the C.P.R.
indicate an extra heavy excursion
travel this year.
Request full in formation from any
ri'-'cnt of tlie company who will make
arrangements and secure your reservation.
Red Man Makes Good
In M. IL C. Trade School
c in-
The British Navy
The enemies of Germany would
have been powerless without thc
British navy. Germany would have
had the world by the neck and could
have choked it. Sea power was the
saving power. It checked the German army. It holds it in check now.
To do this the grand fleet does not
have to fight. 3t merely has to ex-
i.s t.���Chicago Tribune.
Finding Enemy U-Boats
No foolishness! Lift your corns
and calluses off with fingers
���It's  like  magic!
TISYli&WDKAaEEdASTEl.ESSII'ORMOP   ����sv  TO   11(1
A left, tellable legulating me/t '
cine. Sold in Uiree deerees o)
EtTenstli. No. 1. tl; Ho. 3. Pi
No. 3, (5 per boc. Sold by ill
drucelstc. or sent prepaid tv
ploiu pacta te on reeript oi
price. I'rec pamphlet AdditM
j retary Daniels said,-in a statement at
Washington, discussing the 40,000
'separate suggestions, plans or niod-
I els of devices suhniittcd to the naval
li:ons'iiliinpi board since the United
entered the war against  Gcr-
"The ider. that the submarine will
lie overcome by a miraculous invention is not now seriously considered," the ..secretary said. '."^'lc more
intimate knowledge the civilian obtains on this subject, thc more con-
Tentt��.Oti. iftnmtiaWti^mi i vinccd  lie is  that the submarine can
be caught by persistent _ hunting
down by the weapon of which hc is
most afraid. This is.the armed service boat, equipped with all the latest scientific devices and typified in
the modern torpedo  boat destroyers.
!a 'no more noMsasarr
than Smallpox,   &zm?
taserlence lias demonstrate!
tbe almost mlraculoui efficacy, wd harir.lfssnesl.or Antityphoid Vacclaitlen.
Bs vaccinated NOW fcy your sbysiclani i'on ani
your family
Ask you: _
jfeu tiail Typhoid?1
result* from us ��� a
ttocvam VAccuai �� ikums ukd�� v. ��, <ov. ncaiift
A   Dominion . Express   Money
fi-ve dollars costs three cents.
Order    for
$100 Reward, $100
Sore.corns, hard corns, soft corns*
or any kind of a corn, can harmlessly
be lifted right out with the fingers if
you apply upon the corn a few drops
of frcezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
For little cost one can get a small
bottle of frcezone at any drug store,
which will positively rid one's feet of
every corn or callus without pain.
This simple drug dries thc,moment
it is applied, and does not even irritate thc surrounding skin while applying it or afterwards.
This announcement will interest
many of our readers. If your drug-
gut hasn't any frcezone tell him to
s-nrcly get a small bottle for you from
his wholesale ding house.
Men Excel in Endurance by Reason
of Inheritance
Dr. Dudley Sargent says that a.
woman can    endure    more    physical
that she
ay irom the savage state. Therefore, she should
make a good fighter. Dr. Sargent is
weak in his premises and his conclusions.
Women stand pain and suffering-
better than men do, but hardship of
camp and trench involves more than
these. It involves powers of endurance in which men excel because of
several thousand years of hard training. Mr. Kipling agrees with the
Harvard physician with respect to
thc instinctive savagery of women.
Parkman's study of the American
aborigine bears him out. But it is
common observation, we believe tltit
thc primitive sticks out with equal
force and frequency in men aud women in the civilized state.
Fighting is primitive business. It
has been highly specialized and organized and disciplined, but it is still | j
an ata " ,!    ' '~~      Ar "  ' :i"
and in
man fought to possess and protect
his woman. The red Indian let his
squaw devise torture for the captive,
but hc didn't let her fight. The German warrior relegated women to
church, kitchen and children. Thc
peace-loving peoples, driven to war,
put their women to binding up
wounds, and it is service they Jove
best- Fighting is not in their lives,
and never has been.
Dr. Sargent is superficial. He surveys certain physical conditions and
leaps to an unwarranted conclusion.
He should take counsel with Olive
Schreiner. She is a woman and she
knows better than he how women
feel toward war. They hate it.���
Svracusc Post-Standard.
Indians   Who   Fought   in    Flanders
Take Advantage of Technical
Training  Offered
Astride an office stool with
Lynn shod feet thrust through
mugs, Pte. Albert Slyres, a
blooded Mohawk Indian, lias
braced thc civilization which
fought for in Flanders, and determined to wrest from thc future a fortune from white man's business.
Styres was one of the 1,300 Indians
who enlisted in the various battalions
of thc Canadian armies. Hc crossed
with the first division and came back
lo Canada seriously wounded and so
disabled that only the stoic spirit of
his forbears stood him against despair.
Spring came, but his cars were
stopped to thc call of the Red Gods.
He asked_ for a business course and
thc vocational officers granted it.
Toda3r hc has mastered typcwritingi
bookkeeping, shorthand and general
office work, and is holding a position
which yields him $20 a. week at present and the promise of a more golden  future.
John Uallentinc, a western Indian
who enlisted in Balileford, Sask., has
been trained in gas engineering and
made a success of his course.
He had been a farmer but injuries
to his knee in a football game behind the lines in a dull moment in
the fight, had put him beyond the
pale  of  hard  labor,  and  some  train-
The Clever Boy
Unduly Retarded by Masses in Elementary Scbool3
Professor J. MacLean of Manitoba
University, says: An easy-going kind
of education is bad for anyone, but
it is doubly injurious to the lad who
is going on to the secondary school
and then to the university. He is
' handicapped early in his career by
;an acquisition of bad intellectual hab-
. its, not to speak of the time wasted
I which he will have to make up in the
secondary school and the university.
A patriotic educationalist perhaps
says: "Our system has been devised
to meet thc educational requirements
of the masses, not to meet the wants
of the exceptionally clever boy who
is going on to the ��� university." It
may, however, be denied that the
present system does as much as it
might for the. masses, and on tlie
other hand affirmed that a national
system of education cannot afford to
neglect in the elementary stage the
! interests of the secondary school and
| thc university. If it does, wealthy
parents will send their' children to
'private schools and from them will
arise those class distinctions which
it is one of the merits of our national school system that it discourages.
If the present course of studies is
all that a dull boy can take in 8 or 9
years, facilities should be provided
to enable thc clevei; boy to lake it in
5 or 0 j-cars. But is the dull boy
such a dullard? The elementary
schools even on the present lines
could bc greatly improved, and the
secondary school and thc university
each have an opportunity of realizing thc educational aims which pertain to them."
Railroad Men   -.
These men Itnow from experience
that Sloan's Liniment will take the
stiffness out of joints and the soreness out of muscles���And it's so
convenient! No rubbing required.
It quickly penetrates and brings relief. Easy to apply and cleaner than
mussy plasters or-eintments.
Always havo a bottle in the house
for rheumatic aches, lame back,
epraui3nnd strains.
Generous sized bottled at all druggists. 25c, 50c. $1.00.
'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���When
the cures effected by Dr. Thomas'
ILlcctric Oil arc considered, thc
speedy and permanent relief it has
brought to thc suffering wherever it
has been used, it must bc regarded
as a marvellous thing that so potent
a medicine should result from the six
ingredients which enter into its composition. A trial will convince the
most skeptical  of its healing virtues.
SSrS^-SS a������S.5d>a?-ft
The Oversea* Tongue
Accents    of    Overseas    Soldiers    a
Source of Mystery to London
One of my correspondents is puzzled by. the accents of our soldiers
from overseas.  Many of the Austra-
Crimes as Blunders
A German paper    refers to  Count
von Luxburg's conduct in Argentina
as "a blunder."   The'attitude is typi-;
cal.. .
Crimes committed by German
agents are blunders if. discovered;
otherwise, they arc good deeds done
for the glory of" the." ��� fatherland.���
Montreal  Star. . .
In all infantile complaints that arc
the result.of the depredations _ of
worms in tlie stomach and intestines
Miller's Worm Powders, will he
found an effective remedy.   They at-
rcn   was  necessary.
He had little education to start
with, but a man who can boast of
sniping S Germans, and prove the
figure b^ notches on his gun can bc
trusted  to  find a way.
What the war and-the association
of the red man with-the white, common interests, and common opportunity will mean to the Canadian Indian and his future has been found
an interesting subject among the
sociologists who have seen them at
work, in thc vocational training
Spoke Without Thinking
As thc doctor was showing some
friends through an insane ayylmu he
drew their attention to a stately old
woman wearing a paper crown. He
explained that she imagined she was
the queen of England, and for their
amusement he advanced toward her
with a courtly bow and said: "Good
morning, your majesty."
The old woman looked at him and
retorted scoruftillv: "You're a fool,
The doctor was greatly astonished, but totally collapsed when one of
the party remarked innocently:
"Whvi doctor, she was sane enough
Wken buying yonr Pianc
Insist on having an
Otto Kigel Piano Action
A Picture from France
Recognized as the leading specific
for the destruction of worms, -Mother
Graves' .Worm Exterminator has
proved a boon to suffering children
everywhere.    It seldom fails.
Germany Aims to
Dominate Industry
What Must Inevitably. Result From
German Military Success
A point which has been too little
dwelt upon in the discussions of the
war was brought out strongly by thc
president���that this is'not merely a
war for political power, but a struggle between  opposing industrial sys-
Many a serious illness has been
avoided by the prompt use of Dr.
Williams'. Pink Pills. These pills
actually enrich and purify the blood,
and in this way build up the system,
tone and strengthen the nerves and
invigorate the vital organs.
Serious diseases generally come
from some simple disorder that, has
been neglected. Therefore any thinning of the blood should be looked
upon as a warning sign, and more
serious illness should bc avoided by
the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
In the case of young girls and women thc blood is peculiarly, liable to
get,out of order���to become thin
and watery���and to lead to a general .breakdown in health. Tin's can
be avoided by tlie occasional usc of
Dr. Williams' Phik Pills, which are
niitable for the most delicate constitution. These pills will give, you
a new appetite, improve your digestion, tone and strengthen weakened
nerves, banish depression and lack of
energy, clear tlie complexion of
pimples and blotches, cure pain in
the back and general weakness,
cause the disappearance . of headaches, dizziness ami heart fluttering.
Give these pills a fair trial and you
will   soon   note  a   wonderful   change
to^nU?i?ir??SP^I����U*��fr��de1 Hans and Kew Zealanders. he. points
disease that science lias been able to cure in out,   talk   the   most  flagrant   LockllCf,
all  its  stages   and   that  is   catarrh.     Catarrh tlloUK]1   they never  had been: ill   Brit-
.._ . . ���-.        j betas    greatly    influenced  . ty  constitutional .���    ���    -           ,                         ,   {|         namc
A   M����,   Tr^atin^rif                       coalitions   requires   constitutional   treatment, .un   Deiore. uie   war,   anu   ui     imuii
A   New   .treatment                ���'. IUWb Catarrh Cure is taken internally and of the Canadians with a wcll-defitied
An  excellent  bit   of work recenllv ' acts through the lilood ou the Mucous Sur- Scottish lilt and   burr is   legion.    In
wione by the Canadian Red Cross has | f&^V.CT^r^inr^'patii't ;l11 these  cases,  he  suggests,  the ac-
terns and ambitions. It was. not alone ( .        ..
for the purpose of dominating the j in your condition, \ our spirits will
tack.the cause of these troubles, and j politics of. the world that Germany j brighten, good health and strength
by expelling the worms from tlie j dealt this blow; it was even more for will return, and. you will feel like a
organs insure an orderly Working of | the purpose ot dominating and con-: new person. You can confirm these
thc system, without which the child i trolling thc industry of the world��� j statements by enquiring among your
cannot maintain its strength o^i 10f making the industry of all other.!.friends almost anywhere, as" thou.-,
thrive.    These powders  mean health   nations  subject  to that 'oi'Germany, j sands-and thousands of hopeless suf-
and improvement.
... : {ouimU'i'o'ii   oi thc  disease,  giving  the  patient ,   .   . ���-���      .      ,
been  in  connection  with poison   gas i KlrCilgt!, i>y. building up the constitution and  cent and  idiom   arc    acquired
treatii'cn*-'-   It was discovered that a ! assisting mtstrc in tloing its -work.   The pro-  emigrated  parents who  take a  pride
certain treatment involving  the ; use , p��iw }w �� ^ai^cS.^'tiiS'offS  ,10t on!>" iu ��laininK b.l,t in .cmDliasiz-
of a special kind of baths and' cloth-1'oTc  huUJrld Do��I�� fir ��y ci.rS.aV-it "iff the,dialect of their native lands.   Minard.s,Liniment Cures   Garget  in
Within ���--fails to cure.   Scndfor list of testimonials.   '��� j-N o t'���; a tew oi  the Canadian  soldiers
Meant Well
"What do you know of the ..character of this .man?" . was asked.of.
;a witness at a police court the other
"What do I. know of his character? I know it to be unreachable,
your honor," hc replied with, niucli
mg-was the best remedjv
four hours after it had been, determined by medical officials-of the Canadian i-orn; to apply, this, remedy-,'.a
large number of baths and air ample
supply of iiect'-risi��ry chemicals aud
clothing wt'i'e en'- route froni' the.
Red Ciw; base to. the advanced
��ire^>��ng. >-talitii'.s. : Those.- supplies
wfi'i- tiM'l t<> tn-:*t g:is casualties as
jncurVti!. 'au'd .n-dmvd. the mui'bei' of
eerious. c;'.m s ib-a remarkable- de-
Audrcss: I'. J.  CHENEY &  CO., Toledo,
0!:io.    Soli 1)> all Druggists, 75c.
An Incident of War
1:ii'-t   NT'.-v. ?-l>��:i.y���{'li'iniiiiie's
y.'i) .i.s ciiddii.- for a .gulf club. I
jiitu'!]  i.M'tic-y' iii d;i:'. ���'..'���'.
Second l>itto���De salary ain't
much, but dey iJi'aki-= a lot ^xtra
liackin' up iV-ll'TS wlnii d<'\" !i<:s
;iliout di- KCurts dt y made.���Boston
.Washington despatches say . that
the'use'or ;t-standardized shoe will
fliiniiuui' -tvlc competition and effect
Prussian   Hopes    Clinging
���'.'���-.ately to  Delusions
Cm rni.-iiiy's   success on.thc    Italian
front  is  of   no   greater   consequence
than oilier successes she has. had at
. j'widely   separated  points.     It  is.    not
.! nearly   so   consequential   and   iniport-
<>t , a ! iuit as  successes obtained by the aide r��: | lii-.-i.- :\i\   tltose    ihey    arc     achieving
���'; '��� right iioiv in Prance and  Belgium. If
the  Italian power of offensive is ut-
icrly 'broken,   Italy  will  be still  scr-
vi.-Jalii.e io  the  entente.- for she tan
continue.to keep many Teutonic, divisions   employed.     Russia,   politically
chaotic: Rumania,-.driven .out ��* 'la'i
its   dominion.;  Serbia,   a  refugee  nation; all these a re. performing- a part
df value in  keeping large forces    of
have tveti a working knowledge : of:
Scottish'.Gaelic. But how in each, of
these, cases ,'do." local or racial peculiarities iuanage to survive when, we
know, even a provincial "burr" gradually disappears when its owner
brings it to London?���Westminster
n   paving   uf  leather.     One   guess   is | Germans,     Austro-Hnugari.ans,    etc
that it wi: are to have a one-style
shoe slit; lioju-.s it will be pearl gray.
---Detroit  Free Tress.    .
in cp.ii.ips far from the point, where
they :ito c>seiitial to tli'c kaiser. Repulses oi allied arms_.it other points
are cancel W bjr their . .siicccs��cs_ on
the: western front. They mean little
to anything but ,. Prussian hopes
clinginsj desperately to the ci'-lusiun
that p<:a<v may oomr th rough _.negotiations; trcriiiauy thus gaining a
."war. map'-'-advantage. That is_ the
] thing that prolongs the v.ar. 'Hint
j is what compels flic allies-.to rstrt
themselves more and more. A negotiated peace uotikl be tratamoiint to
G. rui-in victory.���Pittsburg Gazctlcr.
Countless Women
that when suffering from
nervousness, sick headache,
dizzy spells and ailments
peculiar to their sex-
nothing affordssuch prompt
iand welcome relief, as will
follow a few doses of
W,     Nr.      XJ.      1187
Mustn't Even.; Howl .
.   Tlie    rfofvvegian     newspapers   arc
warned'by a leading German  statesman that 'if: they  don't quit; protost-
i.ing against .tHe murder.of-Norwegian-
'.seamen by 'Gemma .cruisers ,'. on  the
j higlv. =easr: ?ornetb_.Tig--'su.J^cn}.3ii4 uu-
i ptea.sa.nt will happen, to -Norway. Cn- j.
lhappv Nbrrayl-"-Sh'c'-is''n-->t-to iy al-j
I lowed   even     privilege     of     5>j',vlir.~.
.-!.,- ti:��� :�� I.ur*.���WajM-^tcr. llc'-\
Ll' *
Sheep on Forest Reserves
Forest Reserves of British Columbia
Provide Pasture for Prairie
Thirty-five-thousand head of sheep,
went, from. Alberta's   prairies   to   the
forest   reserves   of   British   Columbia
this year.    Shipped   under  the -..auspices   of ���'tlie  provincial   government,
the flocks went, in as. an  experiment,-)-!1*-"01'
dependent on conditions prey-ailing
in Germany, of compelling all other
industry to. pay tribute to Germany.
Tins was the great economic ^purpose to be ������ achieved by political
world-domination. It was-the Ger-.-
nian idea of an economic place in the
sun. It was the stake by the . winning of which the war might . be
made economically worth (to Germany) even its enormous'-cost..''It is
what must inevitably ..result ..from
Genuan ��� military-'-s'ucci-s>.--!'��� rem the
Buffalo  Express.
ferers have been restored to new
health and energy by using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
You can get these, pills through
any medicine dealer or by mail at 50
cents a box or six boxes for $2.50
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Brockviile, Ont. .
Peanuts to the Rescue
Marks Left by the Beast Who Has
Been Abroad
The old battlefields_of thc Sor.itno.
for example, remain in thc memory
as miles ;iud miles of white thistles
and .red poppies with ruined, rusty
motor transport rising like occasional rocks in a calm sea. The poplar
trees which line the roads are still
standing, but they are black and
blasted, and their tops arc hairy and
'Stringy like the top of a torn cane.
Along one famous and fiercely fought
road the little wooden crosses occur
continuously every twenty or thirty
yards. They are almost swamped in
thc creeping tide . of poppies and
thistles which is overrunning v.liat
was about thc best and whoiesoniest
land in sweet earthly- France. In
many cases the name of the buried
hero is indicated on the cross by a
little aluminum namcplatc, such as
one can get for oneself from automatic machines on railway stations in
England. There arc cases in which
the namc was not forthcoming���
"Here lies an unknown . private of
the Worcester;?, killed in: action" and
then follows the date. I found another one: "Here lies a brave
Boche." A bit of rought but tru��
British chivalry which goes tc
sweeten even such a bitterness a:
this. And so the road travels on
and   presently   one   is    in������.     T!;<
tide  of battle  has  receded, from ���
and will hot return, and so the toivr
has been salvaged and swept and
garnished. The streets arc. admirably
clean; there is not so much as i
stray stone in the way. The irafiic-
is calmly and sweetly regulated, and
such is the place and order as the
afternoon sun basks on the grc>
spaces and the swallows dart up and
down, the inain street that one ha?.
to pull oneself up to remember lii.ti
there  are   practically  no   people   and
no. fiiriiaturc in , and that most ol.
the buildings are neat packages .v
their own stones and rafters. .Afti'.i
several days in the old ��� Somme battlefields, ruin begins to sce?':i natural
and dolls'7 houses with the fronts
'; lifted off and the attic stairs leading-
! to   nowhere   in    space,    the     iioriiwl
"ii< rn
{State of things.    Such.arc tltc
j left by the beast    who.   has
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
-...'.-��� Town Hunger.
God made-this country
and   man
The,Humble Peanut Would Appear i
To Be of  Some Considerable
-     Importance -
The peanut produces not only food
for man. but "rain and forage for
stock. Peanut hay is equal to clover
and alfalfa as a forage; while - hogs
] abroad.���Manchester ��� Gvcrdi
because, of the shortage of pasture in
Southern Alberta districts. Special
railway rates were granted, and the
owners paid the government seven
cents per head per month for pas-
The experiment lias proved very
satisfactory, according to \V. . S.
Stevens, live stock commissioner.
Thc grass was excellent, and there
was no more danger from coyotes or
other wild animals there than is experienced on the open prairies. The
loss from this source is reckoned at
one-half of one per  cent. The lambs
made the town,    but the devil  made | arc' fattened on the nuts,' which they
ihe trciic.hcs, and the. world is so con- j harvest   themselves,  making  as   high
is 400 pounds of meat to the acre.
!     As human food the roasted peanut
j is.'said, to bc an, almost.'complete ra-
while peanut oil is now one of
lhe dependable sources for the vegetable oils  thai arc compensating for
stitutcd  that .trenches',  avoid
Aiiy one    sick of town Iif^  '
to put on khaki.
And then what? ' Says a. .British of- i"tion
Ic lias only
'Before, tlie   war   1
after the
in the cnimfryv.and perbap--
war I shall conic .to. foed its -charm j the growing shortage of animal.-fats,
again. But, after three years of sol-j Cottonseed oil has-alrcad'- become a
diering, rural places weary me. In [favorite shortening in the American
England there is no parallel for. the! kitchen, and'niucli of. the so-called
bleak, detached life one may have tri j olive-oil wc use is squeezed from
load over the water. A on may go for; the peanut.
. The truly- good young man i
accumulate a lot of'letters art
tographs for the purpose ot -.
a bonfire thc night before his
A'-proven women's remedy,
which assists in regulating the
organs, and, re-establishing
drug ��� leave. no -disagreeable
after-effects.: vThey������,are~ ���
. ���   ScW *TrtT"'i����'e.   In belt*. 2?-...-���.
(lid  rciiinrkahlv
wvl.l.    as   they  ivere
afTorded.  shade
under   the   trees    -in
u liii'h  lo lie .;:**.
rr Ihcy had had their
Willi   the    V-
���nstrurtioii    'of  lit Iter
loading fdriliiirs -at -hipping . iroints,
and >ti'l more satisfactory arrat'-.u-'-
mi.-.ut with tlie laiUviiy company, it is
cxpyctcd that at least 50,000 sheep
will go to tlie reserve around thc
Crows' Nest- next summer.- There is
room oa this one reserve for 100,0*/'^
The; \ariijui goCFriiniciits" v. il! . be
faced v.ith' a . cilamit'-ius .general'deficiency of ������ some of -the principal
fooclstit'Ts,' t'ire.'.'i i i-iJ", <!'iitc posi.hb
cxtcn?ivc ,!cc.;I s'~-v-"'iop; villi  hugi
jix weeks without the sight of a worn an. The craving for a sight of shops
and thronged.' pavemi-nts niust be
very common among uttr troops. For
the present.-I love towns���all towns,
so tbey be peopled with .lining i.:itr.
and   women.7'���Chicago   Tribune.
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Simply Place It In Th�� Mouth
f?_etw��en Lower Lip and Gum.
���: This is the way to get all the ihi.voi
a.nd satisfaction out of every pinch oi
Copenhagen Chewhig Tobacco.
Vou see. "Copenhagen" is niade of
The peanut in this year of war is
'.bringing up the fat reserves, and in
i-np poor way either,  for it. furnishes
a perfect substitute for lard. As but-
' ter the ground peanut is rapidly
: .coining  into  popular  favor    and    is
driving    a  considerable    amount    of
idairv butter oil  the American  sand-
t     ���  i"
; Wicll.
j     Thus  the     little    .peanut,     humble
I though  it-bc.  has already ' braced'up
i tilc lean . pork  barrel.-has  supported
,- the waning butter jar, and    has laid
��� the  lard7 iirkin-under ������ a-    tribute   of
lth.:nks. while not one jot abating ils [
| visible and welcome'presence on the j
; corner   popcorn  'stand.���Minneapolis
! lournal. - 'XXrX.X :���'
We Are the Millions
The nation is made:-'up of you and
me.    We arc the millions. Wh.cncvcr
, you   say  "they- ought;vlto    do"    the
thc best, old, high flavored leaf tobacco^   j things vour comniiinityilongs to. sec
The sauff process���Ijj- which the leaf ���; AC'con-.pli'ihc'I   for ' its^ 'certain     good,
tobacco is converted into tiny grains,
At'.d scientifically. prepared ��� retains
iii *Iie good of the'tobacco
1 city'.', is created, for-good :or.:_cyil, by
1 making cofflrnwi' rai-?e���-'.micr <in in-
] spired  and  an   un.-dtlsh:- leadership.
Tliose wljoare trying ^.'Copenhagen''
ior ilife first time, sbouhi ren:f-nihe':..to
live oniy.a.snjall.qaaatity, and to\ilace
tjte ldr.cli in the motith betireea'lhe.
Ic.-er lip and the guru, Without any
Attempt at ch?t%ir;g it.
<1t*�� **.�� ���ost  economioJ, ci��~"*'
you   point  the   tirgcr./at.'"'.yourself  as
one- who   ?ay?. ,\'.Thou- art.:the  man."
The''power  of  cur. ..country  and  our
] It corr.es by'���pu:tiag:-whp.tever eggs
���j-.vc'havc in one basket and putting
ii'that basket in the han��Is of. these we
:��� ,-sn trast'.���7Philadelphia. ��� Ledger. :.
Six Minute
Here's a ne-.v one���a most
delicious desert that can be
made in a huny.
cups of milk add one
cup  of
and one level table-
spoonful of s^igar
boil six minutes, cool
and serve with milk
or cream. Add raisins if desired.
Get a package of Grape-
Nuts from your grocer and
try this pleasing recipe.
_.t        -i.w^lORS.^a')!*
 -IIBSiiW^-- &
$2 a year hi Cauada,   and   $2.50   in  ���>'"
United States.
Editor and Financlei.
Delinquent  Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     * 00
Estray Notices 3-����
Cards of Thanks..     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  10.00
(Where more than one claim appeals ir notice, $2.50 for each ad-
(V.uonal claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
Hue first insertion, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
For Politeness Sake
A Pile girl in Lebanon who
had ',Keen carefully'instructed in
the arts and graces of courtesy
and politeness attended a party.
Ou her, return she tnld bur mother
how a strange boy had kissed her.
"Kissed you?" her mother exclaimed.'["And you, Gladys, what
did you do?"
���; "Mamma 'I  didn't    forget   my
politeness.    I said thank you."
Goes Into Munitions
It is estimated that about 90 per
cejit. or the entire copper output
of the country goes into govern-
rut'iit consumption through the
rvuiufacture of war munitions of
;��� ��� kinds, says a Boston report.
'"''his includes production from the
iiig mines of South America, Canada .and Mexico which comes into
the United States to be refined.
Mine and smelter production
havy been improving steadily during the last few months from the
3.0-w mark established in July aud
August, when the strike was at its
height, and within the next month
oi' two it is expected that refinery
yield will reflect the bettered conditions, with operations conducted
well np to the capacity of 200,000,-
000 or better a month.
Load Cars to Capacity
An order haB been addressed to
tlie Canadian Railway association
for ,natipnal  defence, by the food
: cdhtXler of the E>ominion.;, and is as
Hollows: ''In 6rcler to alleviate the
car shot tagel: would'be strongly: in
favor OF urging upon the shippers
siich   food   sltifE   Com
etc., ;he uot accepted unless loaded
-to the fait optic pr weight carrying
Capacity of ��� the.,;'eat\/X;THi6, '"Titeel
;;rsure;7::wbtaldi 'te��:d>:to'Cconserve,_:the
Xpar. si a h d -rncivfe; tha maximum; (j.uat)^
���;;5K<;|:| ;tr^
, able to adopt.;:\j^iS>'^je^p3iB6ii^at^^
Sealed Tenders will be received
by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock
p.m., Monday, Feb. 4th, for the
purchase or its lease, of the City
Farm, in coj miction with the City
scavenging, for a term oE three
years. Tenders to state amount of
yearly cash'rental also additional
acerage to bo cleared and cultivated. Tenders will be received
jointly or separately for leabe of
farm and scavenging.
Schedule for scavenging charges
may be seen at City Ollice.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
City Clerk.
Greenwood, Jan. 22   1918.
Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.
KASLO     B  C.
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
It  has  a  pleasing
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
Princeton, B.C., nvw completed on the
site of the old Great Northern. Only
brick hotel iu Siinilk.iineeii. A first
class house,
Swanson & Broomfield. Props,
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biioS, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper
$1 each. Gold-Silver, (single assay)
$100. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
$1.50. Silver-Lead $1.50. Silver-Lead-
Zinc $3.00. Charges Tor other metals etc
on application.
The Knob Bill Hotel
One of the largest hotels in
"���' '..;'.: thecity. .���������'.- Beautiful; location,  ,.,������'������;
X-XXX fine, rooms; and tasty' meals.; ���,; :..���.'-
���,:;. v". v:..\(Diversion..A^;i>:'UsE.y'VV,;11:,'Vi'v:.;:;.:.;'
'������'.'TAKE NOTICE tliatlPete qoraplietOTOhosi.
address is Greenwood; 31, G., will apply for ii
licence to lake and use li licre-f e,et of water' out
ol Boundary Creelt, wlilclL /.flows southwesterly,
and drains into tlie Kettle Rtrer, at tlie Inter-:
natioriill JJOuiidnryf'.'.' ;'���:'':"'.:-'XX
'"���:, The water }y i 1! be diverted. frpiii the stream
���fafc Trail: Avenue, townsite: of: AnacrtiiiliV and:
W:ill be ti see! f or i r r ipat ion purposes upon tile
land described :;as Lot A 1. '2^5. fr, audi of
Block^laiid;IjbtS'i3iand14;0f lilock 27, to-W'tt-:
site of Anaconda. :-.y.-'-xy."J'X
��� A'copy of: this iiptiee:and iii' applicatioii ptir-:
suarit thereto and to tUe; "Vv'n.ter Act, 1914,*'' -will
lie Blecliti :'.tliebft'co.6r.'':ttle:;'Vy,atcr.i-Rccbrcler.at'
Grand.EorUsi HJ'G.:.X..XXt-X:X
:"Objections; to the. application Way lie: Bled
With the -said-:: Water Eeitirder; of ;';with;; tlie:
Comptroller -.of ���'. Water '^.Riifjits.y, .parliament,
;Biiildii)(r,':Victoria,...'Il.-tC'., wittliliruiriT days
���alter, tlie:first "appearance;; Of,tbis ���iiotiieiitra
i]oeiil;.|iewsoa:per/:::::V77,;.:v:':'''::)".:':;:'^ ������'������/ "XXX'-XX-'X-Sr
.:: Tliediit
iS Jaiiuary '3rd j-l01S;.:':;''': ������'''.������'���>:���';���;���;'    '���xX::XX--r.XX?$'X-.
Mazda Tungsten Lamps
15 to 40 Watt Lamps���50c each.
60 Watt Lamps���75c each.
100 Watt;Lamps���$1.25 each.
60 Watts
100     ������
200   "
$1.25 each
2.00  ������
3.50 "
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
Why The Telephone Is Instantaneous
Sound travels at the rate of 1.070 feet per second; the
voice when telephoning travels at the rate of 15,000 miles per
second. Think of it! The reason souud travels faster by telephone is because it is accelerated by electricity, not verynmcli,
but enough for the purpose.
So you can see the telephone is the quickest���the surest to
send, the quickest to reach the ear you seek, and the easiest to
bring the answer buck.   From anywhere, too.
^ The only up/t^
4* Hot arid Cold Water; Steara Heat atid Telephone in
^���i^^ri;: ir'Jk:
/ical CJbiB��Gi|ifeQ:;be;|ieta inyNEpglaQdi;
��� ^.qthet-sSiwiiQSQ >;iiaiQ*8::::^ere:;;';':bef ore'
-/bhe7 'douferfeaee:  ���**$: a ' EieY;  M^:
itjiiglii.   He, liowever;, dicl iipfcget^
tlaefeqUisiti'Vftnlimber of voKes,;
'f yiiiOx-0ief%  bfeipg: npore  popular,
XX^.X^'i^--'tupas:; when..the,'re-.:
���::;;;:ultB:liecame:tiiQ      ;could: TiobtQr
jBistgiving aiGpnundru
A&)mfe iiitolvis head, scihte7 arose: afic!
Xeaitit.-, ���'
X ���'���''IrTby-'.    will    tbe.   Ecttinenical
.Council be lik4 fleaven?,:'
He:pau8ed a Biiomenfc Ipr a rejlly
and tben gare febe answer bimself:
"X��� ^BecatiEe - Ibere .will . .be tip
(W) niglit there.'! :
; Cipick as a flash, in anofelier pa*!.
pf the aud ien <_% a tall cleric was on
bis feet, and withVa; bpmProus
drawl arid qttaipt ScPfccb acienfe^be
eaid: "��� '"";:'"��� ;.-:���:. XX [. 'XyxtXx;%-?.
"Mr: ^jresidentj \j. nsieytpCiall^lje
attenfcibn'' pf tbet bretbefn-;,':tp:-;.|lie
.faet that the /Ecntpepical Coanicil
^tbe:':abse.nce .of ...the ._!)*' V- l^XiXXy0y
Notice, ttf eancellatibn Of Reservie
.���;-'. iNb'tlce:J.'i5.;.':liq.rte1>y;..piwiviB^
criuirlcertaiti laiidsari iti*;^i^iiii.iy>f Niciiptsoti::
Cre��lri'Siiiiili<atiiiec:n:'Division:^l:Yale ��IWtrict,
fprnicriylieid:' -it n��, der' Tinlber'license7 :No;;2t54S,:
tiij- re��tspiv:of;a:'iiptice jiiililislicd: in ftlie IJritisll
7eqlumVia,:fra2etfeou tli�� i7lli::b�� pecepitjc^WOTi:
jisCcaiiBvitcd.'':1":''':::'::*.' :.i >X.C.i:.:.XXX.'it!':.;X:;Xi-X-X-
"'������  Pelitity::&inister of ;taticisi;
D^jiartnieiJlQf>i;aiidsvV:ietorii,:H. C, ';-.'
���:,      . Hfec.jS'inifer'ii't^-l?,!':^.-'.-.
y'yXXXX;RA/TE& $l.pO;per'4ay:7and}:upj?European
Synopsis of Coal MiHifig Reguiatioiis.
:/T^^JAIj ruinilig figlits of tbe: JDoftunipti
>-* in Manitoba, Saskatcliewan arid Alr
berW, the ^ukoii Temtor^i tlie :'iN<6ttii':
westfTerfitbries and in a pbrtiOn oF thfr
:pr6yhice of British Golnmbia, may be
leased for a tenri Of twenty-one years
renewable for a further Venn of 21 years
at ail aiiiiiial rental of $1 7an acre. Not
more than 2,560 acres will be leased t#
one appiiGatit.
Application for a lease rnust be made
by the applicant iii person to the Agent
or $Ub-Agent of the district in-which the
rigrite������applied; for are sitnatigd.
In surveyedtertiWtythe laiidiniiat be;
described by sections;, (ir legal sisk^divi-;
sions of sectionsv aijd m iaisuiyeyed
territory the tract applied for shall be
staled but by the applicant hiriiself:
���:��� Each application must be acconipanied
by"a fee of J.5..vrhiCli will be refunded if
tie fights applied for are not available
but riot otherwise, A royalty shall be
paid ion- the' merchantable outnu:;'of vthe
miQe;^'at.the rate of fiveceirts p^Ust[X:Xy
��� XThe''peteori, operating t. e^ jjifee.V Sli_all
liirnisb the XAgent :^ith:(s'worii;^rc'.urS5
aecouhting for the' fttll: quantity i,oF:;:i:ier*
chaijtable coal mineilAria'pay^luirp'ysltj-
thereofl:'.:-- I^:^he' c'flal7:njiiiisg7i;ghts'aiid
not, heitig <^rate'd,^ch;j*t^^s;s_lw
;;nTbe'.l^e ,^n.include;^
;iuent7; ot". thej'sln'teribri" 0tuWa,'%_:-to:'an'y::
XXi X. D��piity :Mini|tfec :6f the:t|rteilpr,
��;^:':B.^:^Eaiithorized; pubticatioS.of
this 7i:a<i^er*iseinetit^P 1 hot he::paid:for.;:7;
I J^||||l*M^i|^l ;..   ill
'��*r    ��� t^-   ������>.���������������   ������'������������  -'���        ���������'���������.  ���'"' ���"" ���' ������������-��� ���:������ .������  ���"������ ���.; '���' ���' ������   "^""" :��� ��� :..;;3I
g are the lectures ^hiehga^
fl make up theServiee wegive |��
g pur eust^mers.     Are you if
^01^ of them? .,".,;-.J
7^7rr7*T7~l~^rli*.'Tl'l_rr''**"*''?''" '" "���'��� ��� ���- -������ ���"��� -'��� ���*
" ���-^r-r���~^*������~..rr���������������-���-r-   -���*���__ .'"'.,'""��� J ~ "T1
Letterheads^ Noteheads^ ? 3
>V..:";':(Ruled7^>r Main)'XX'X-    X:'''XX-'.-XiXX:X:i-X'i-XxXiX^-'i* '
Eiiveliop^ Billh^
''. (All Sizes)   j "iXX' '��� ..X.XX   'X'X'''iX-XXx:XXXx'5.
.'"V; X ���:-���' .':.,'       ,-.���:���' ���.-���v.-V...- ���-'.-:'.';;'' ' X-X-X^X;   -'. VX-X.X-- .������..���..._..:._#;���;-igM^:
^lauiuuuaiauiuiuiuu uauaiuiiiiaaiiai uaiaiiiiiiiiiul
Over The Top"
Nature has made British Columbia rich and
beautiful The waters that fun 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,
sings ^
busing j^
not mow t
effective and suggestive advertising, until all
the world thinks and talks about this glorious
and get your job printing at?^


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