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THE   LEDGE
THE  OLDEST  MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER
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IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
MANY   NEW   LINES
Come In And See Our
Large And Well Assorted Stock Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.
Many   kinds of Oil,   Tinware
and  Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28        A:        GREENWOOD, B. C.
Life, Fire, Health and
Accident
Real Estate, Ranches and
Mining Broker
AUCTIONEER
Charles King
GREENWOOD,        ��� B. C.
Insurance      11 ArOUlttl Home
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H NOTHING LIKE IT! ����
8=5 "PAY CASH AND CARRY"-IT'S THE SYSTEM
THAT SAVES YOUR MONEY
Do  Your XMAS  SHOPPING  Early
"STORE OF QUALITY"
A  FINE  LINE  OF
Gloves, Mitts, Socks,
Boots, Shoes and
Clothing
AT
J. G. M'gMYNN
MIDWAY
Jud Faulds will leave for Nelson in a few days.
Miss   E.   Sinclair   is   visiting
relatives in Nelson.
Phelp & Knight haye opened a
garage in Princeton.
Large   assortment    of    Xmasj
cards.    Coles Book Store
I Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN
2E: Canada Food Board License No. 8-6251 ~3
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For Fall
Now Showing New Arrivals in
Suits and Over-Coats
Comfort    doesn't    rule   where
style, quality and character
are  lacking
Get into a
FIT-REFORM
and be comfortable
W. Elson 8 Co
Greenwood
it
Mazda Tungsten Lamps
15 to 40 Watt Lamps���50c each. "
60 Watt Lamps���75c each.
100 Watt Lamps���$1,25 each^
NITROGEN
LAMPS
60 Watts
100 .-�����:���
200   �����
'   '   $1.25 each
��� -   2.00  "
* *    3,50 ��
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Change of Firm
Havine purchased the Clear
Store from R. J. MUIR. I will
be pleased to furnish the public, at reasonable prices, with
Tobacco, Cigarettes. Cigars,
Fruit, Confectionery, Etc
R. H. GUISE
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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, ahd 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.
Christian Science service will be held
in the MELLOR BLOCK on Sunday at ii
a. m.. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at 8 p. m., testimonial meetings will be
held in the same block. Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND  FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors. Garage in connection.
GREENWOOD HOSPITAL
VISITING  HOURS   2   to   4
At other hours by arrangement
A utos
Livery.
Good
many  a
hire at the Palace
advertising   has   saved
_., ._. town and district from
an early death.
SR EDMUND WALKER.
C.V.O. ULp., D.CL, IWAni
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Two 2 year-old red steers.
One has B-P on left hip, and the
other is   not   branded.     t:v.__,
reward.     Floyd    Bros.,
wood.
Liberal
Green'
Lost
Strayed  from my premises at.
Anaconda,   a  heifer   one and  a"
half years old.    Black and while,
in color,   no   brand.    Liberal re-
Ward.
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same by paying for; this advertisement, and feed of Iheaniinal;
HUGH GILLIS    ,ocia,    rum
I R..-R."^.;;; ���.-:"������     Bridesvillei'B.C. I Book Store.
_,     ���,  " I should  not
The  Flu  caused  26 deaths in i ��fi(,h Sflran
Princeton and Allenby. I     8    C ap'
All but lhe booze  lid has been
taken off at Princeton.
John Lodge died at  Princeton
last week, aged 80 years.
Large stock of Dolls, Toys and
Sleds.   Coles Book Store.
Jim   Walsh   still    has   seven
boarders at the Mother Lode.
Don't get your  feet wet.    Lots
of Rubbers at Rendell's Store.
P.  K,  McMann  is  running a
billiard room in Cashmere, Wash,
All   things   come   to  he who
waits.    Kaslo now  has  the Flu.
You   can   get   a    bargain   in
envelopes at The Ledge office.
Henry Jackson died  in Phoenix on Monday from pneumonia.
Send a $1 to The Ledge and
get !0 different copies of Lowery's
Claim. ���
George Gray of Midway took
in the sights of Greenwood last
week.
A Soldiers friend is Dad O'Dell
at the Province Hotel, Grand
Porks.
There is a wood famine in
Grand Forks. Somebody should
saw wood.
Alphonse Dumas has gone to.
Trail, to act as a clerk in the |
smelter office.      +
Jack Morrison bas returned
from France, and is visiting
friends in town.
It is reported that at Grand
Porks about 40 Doukhobors have
died of the Flu.
Buy your shoes at Rental's
store.. 15 per cent, reduction'on
all sizes.
B. Lequime**and W. Powers
have secured a big tie contract
from the G; N. Ry,
Midway has several cases of
Flu. A stricter quarantine is
needed in all places.
Useful Presents, Beautiful
Presents, Appropriate Presents.
Coles Book Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Striitzel returned from Vancouver last Friday, on a belated train.
The barbers in Spokane now
charge 25 cents for a shave, and
SO cents for a hair cut.
John Docksteader and Dick
Eustic have gone to Allenby to
work with the C. C. Co.
D. R. McElmon, Greenwood.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Goggles and auto glasses on hand.
Hot lemonade is good for influenza, we have fresh juicy
lemons on hand. Rendell's Store.
A meeting of the Red Cross
will be held on Friday, December
12, at 3 p.m., in the Ice Cream
Parlor.
Herbert F.Jones died at Hedley from the Flu. His brother is
general manager of the Hedley
Gold Mines.
Frank Musslemau is to have a
new -trial. He was seat to jail
for���:life for shooting Miss Har-
meson, near Oroville, July, 1917.
The far famed Rexall hair
tonic can now be obtained at
Goodeve's. If ybu want a really
good hair tonic, procure at once.
At Penticton many people who
were inoculated with a serum to
prevent Flu say that it made
them abou; as sick as the real
thing.
Just received a shipment of
"Bobbie Burns" plum puddings,
fruitcakes and oat cakes packed
in tins for shipment overseas, at
Rendell's.
The ban was put on in Grand
Forks after being off one day,
several new casee haying developed. Eddie Mann, the druggist
is one of them.
Although no new cases have
developed in Greenwood for.three
weeks, the ban on schools and
dances will be kept on. Safety
first in this berg.
While going to the coast, after
visiting Mrs. ,WV H. Wood for
several weeks. J:Miss 'Wood: contracted influenza on the train,
but has since recovered.
r Angus, D.r Grahata: died ; in
Princeton a few days ago. He.
had been in; poor health^fpr some
timeV!:butr.:':jnfluenzV-::-was;\the:'im-..
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;. vDq'npliailvto.see our; stock of
Chinaware;, Cut Glass,; Community:;; Silvery :Brassware,;T6ilet
Sets,    Fountain.    Pens.      Coles
Live Stock Food
In these days anything that will
increase the available quantities of
cattle food without decreasing the
quality is of immense value. Ex
periments have proven that this is
possible with fish meal, a food stuff
that as yet is little known in this
conntry but which is used extensively iu Europe. Fish meal
should uot be compounded  with
I Western Float 1
Olalla  from
B. C. Mining: News
"guano,"  or ''pomace    or other forms of fish   by.
products used  as fertilizers.    The
fish meal  used is more carefully
treated and includes, or should include, only fresh,   sound  fish,  or
fish offal.    The value of fish meal
as   a   cattle food is explicitly set
forth in four-page pamplet No. 17,
issued by the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, and which can be
had free on application to the Publication   Branch.     Results of experiments made at the Central Experimental  Farm  show   that fish
meal, where available, is a suitable
concentrate   for cattle,   sheep and
for hogs;  that  fish meal  contains
55 per cent, to 60 per cent, of protein, and over 15 per cent,  phoso-
phate of lime,-that if of good quality
and properly fed with other meals
and  with   roughages, it   is   palatable, wholesome, and a good feed
for young growing stock and also
for milk  production; and  that if
given a fair trial and used in proper proportions it should   become
one of the most popular and profitable proteiu   supplements    for
I swine feeding.
Joe Marcell died at
the Flu.
This year the United States had
5,285,000 war gardens.
1    A tool steel plant has been started in New Westminsser.
The Indians are predicting that
this will be au open winter. i
The Flu and lack of orders have]
closed many logging camps in  the
province.
In the United States, it is proposed to run General Pershing for
president.
Recently at Enderby, Paddy
Murphy sold a hog that weighed
800 pounds.
Some eggs were sold in New
Westwinster last mauth for $1.20
cents a dozen.
Ner Smith, the prospector, died
from the plague, and was buried at
Tower Hill, 111.
In California prunes are bought
retail for 10 cents a pound, and
eggs for 49 cents a dozen.
In Armstrong the Flu broke out
with renewed vigor, just as that
town was about to lift the ban.
Grand Forks has shipped over
65 carloads of apples this year.
The potato crop was also a heavy
one. |
Some Alberta soldiers sent the |
be found west .of
����l^ca�� Marah.a"t a sack of
We read in a newspaper yesterday that the wild goose season was
open, and in the very next column
there was a dispatch saying a Dan-
bury hat manufacturer 82 years
old had married a 26-year old girl,
or woman, or whatever you call
'em when they're 26
More Flu butted in at Penticton when the ban was let down
last week. The Flu is very rude,
and entirely devoid of good manners.
The people in Hedley complain
because their doctor was drunk
during the Fiu epidemic. Some
probably envious that they could
not have a whack at the doc's i
bottle. '
At Conconully 23 cases of Flu
broke out the day following a
village dance. The dance crowd
is the most dangerous of all in
regard to distributing the Flu
rapidly.
Get a Float for 25 cents at
The Ledge office, Sud send to
your friends in order to cheer
them during the dark days of
December.
A Doukhobor, who had been
sick for some time, attempted
suicide by shooting himseif, near
Phoenix, on Tuesday. He was
taken to the hospital and is hot
expected to live.
Dr. W. Hi Pickering of Grand
Forks will be in Greenwood this
week, prepared to do all kinds of
dental work! At the Pacific
Hotel Irom Friday 13th to December 20. Make your appointments early.
In a letter to his parents, Jim
McCreath says that he is now
with 5000 other Canadians ia a
convalescent camp at Epsom, five
miles from London. They are
all anxious to come across the sea
to dear Canada.
Jack Morrison, who went overseas with the 54th years ago
says, that he admires the German soldiers for one thing.
When taken prisoner, many of
them refused to work with conscientious objectors.
According to the Gazette the
ranchers in the Grand Forks valley shipped this year, 65 carloads
of fruit, 1400 tons of potatoes,
and over 20,000 bushels of wheat-
The output was valued at $150,-
000. Some of the potatoes were
sold for $21.50 a ton.
After suffering from the Flu
for ; several !; days \.Mrs.; 7'S.';;A.;
Crowell-of Midway was taken to
Grand Forks on Sunday, and died
in the hospital there; on Monday.
With  her husband she ran   an
hotel in Midway for many years,
and was about 59 years old. ::
v;;A; letter ; from; the VHirschel
Islands in the Arctic, states that
the ^Eskimos-: are: rapidly ��� dying
from the Flu, although they have
had no communication or association; ;with7:the;^ world
The? chemical ^condition
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 .......Duall,    a    BUCK Or
spuds that they raised on  Vimy
Ridge.
For the future safety of the
world, the British Empire and the
United States must always be
friends.
There are thousands of tons of
raisins, now available in California, for shipment to Cauada or
elsewhere.
Canada has about 28,000,000
acres in field crops. About 20,-
000,000 acres of this are in three
western provinces,
Sam Carley died of the Flu in
Ladysmith. Dave Carley, his
father, was formerly editor of the
Economist in Nelson.
Up to August 30th nearly 128,-
000 war pensions had been granted
in Australia representing an annual
outlay of nearly 820,000,000.
There is a big market for B.C.
lumber in Mexico. There should
be a regular steamship service between Vancouver and Mexico.
At the close of the war there
were 286,304   Canadian    soldiers
overseas.    They   will  be  brought
back at the rate of 20,000 a month.
New Denver was   founded   27
years ago this month.    It was called Eldorado City at first, and is
still one of the most beautiful spots
on earth.
Influenza and nearly all other
diseases seldom attack those whose
bodies are clean, inside and out,
and whose minds are in unity with
the good.
For selling candy, fruit, cigars,
newspapers bn Sunday, nine men
in New Westminster were fined.
The cent belt has caught up with
the west.
Military chaplains who have accepted pay both from the government and from their churches are
condemned by the Methodist general conference.
During the war the Canadian
troops had a little over 213,000
casualties.: Of these 56,000 or a
little over died in action or from
wounds or disease.
Jack Daley died in bed at Dead-
wood, 8. D., the other day. He
went to the Black Hills in 1876,
and was one of tbe most daring
gamblers and gunmen of those
wild days in the west.
A movement is on foot at the
coast, to prevent the selling of
near beer to boys under 16. A
law to prevent them smoking cigs
would be more beneficial. They
also should not be allowed any tea,
coffee or meat, y X '. x.  i.
In the Okanagan from eight to
twenty tons of tomatoes can be
grown to the acre. The price at
the canneries is 820 a ton. The
tomato is rapidly becoming the
greatest crop in that district, and
they are better than those from
California.
Ratepayers of Vancouver next
January will be asked to pass bylaws totalling 8544,000 for the purpose of providing adequate school
accommodation in the way of new
buildings, temporary and permanent, school sites, a technical high
school building; and for buying
desks and furniture:7'ii:X-i:iiXi:X
It is ^estimated; that 83,000,000
worth of used .tin cans are wasted
every year:in Canada^ ;:A:-company called Can Coneervers of
Canada, Ltd., has been formed in
Toronto to collect these, and clean,
sterilize and;re-top'thera for use
again."-..;" It is understood that Mac-
KenzierMann interests and J. P.
j Morgan & Co.,' of iKew.: York,"'.'are
Oil may yet
Greenwood.
The Bosun near New Denver is
again in full operation.
The Millie Mac at Brrton  City
has closed for the winter.
Lucky Todd will work  his  iron
claims in the Nicola this winter.
Great developments are expected
next year in the  Beaverdell camp.
At Princeton 72 mineral  claims
will be sold for taxes on December
27.
The Josie and Centre Star at
Rossland are again shipping to
Trail.
At Voigt's Camp big development is expected to begin next
month.
At Loon Lake, Wash,, a 100-ton
mill will be built by the Loon
Lake Co.
The Copper Farm, four miles
east of Princeton has built a chute
and ore bin.
A. S. Black is applying for permission to prospect for oil and
coal, near Princeton.
The Cork-Province near Kaslo
had to shut down  recently,   owing
to a lack of wash  water for the
msll.
There was a small production of
gold in the Cariboo this year, principally owing- to a shortage of
labor.
A fire in the coal mine at Princeton has been causing some trouble
lately. It is now said to be under
control.
Ten men died at the Sullivan
mine in East Kootenay from the
BIu. At one time 75 of the force
were ill.
Jack Thompson is working the
Lincoln, a few miles from Kaslo.
He ran the Echo hear Silverton
last year.
Alex Ferguson of New Denver
nas a lease on the Marion. Owing
to deep snow he has ceased work
until spring.
At Allenby the foundation of the
mill is ready for the three C's.
The machine shop is enclosed, and
two ore bins have been erected.
The mine on  the lake shore afe
Penticton has closed for the winter.
It is likely that a  compressor and
aii drills will be used in the spring.
Property of Copper  World Extension  Mining  Co.,    on   Palmer
Mountain,      Okanogan     district,
Washington, under longtime lease
and bond to C. Dempster & Sons,
formerly of  Rossland,   B.C., is to
be immediately equipped with two-
mile aerial  tramway   constructed
by Riblet Tramway  Co.    It will
have a capacity   of   12i tons per
hour from   28   buckets   and   construction will entail erection of 33
towers, with intermediate tension
station.    The difference in elevation between the mine and lower
terminal on  Palmer lake  will be
2800   feet,   all   in  the last mile.
Property consists of eight claims,
yielding ore said to  contain  about
5 per cent, copper.    Last   winter
4000 tons were shipped under very
unfavorable  transportation  conditions, demonstrating that the product would yield a fair profit with
modern  handling facilities.    The
contract  for  material will involve
about 823,000,   while actual construction,  to   cost   abont 817,000
more,   will   be   in the   hands   of
Dempster & Co., directed by a superintendent furnished by  the Rib-
let Tram way Co.  -This  is/a possible ore supply for Greenwood.
Card of Thanks
Mrs. Wm. Hart, wishes to express her sincere thanks to tbe
Sun Insurance; Co., and the local
agent Mr.. Charles King, for the
prompt and efficient manner in
which the insurance was paid upon
her; residence, recently destroyed
by fire.
Notice
All Continental Casualty policyholders are requested  to paythlir
monthly premiums to C. W  Hart
land, secretary  of  Miners' Union,
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Comforting' relief from pain
makes  Sloan's the
World's Liniment
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st; iters
/.".mcr.is reliever of rheumatic
-or en ess, stiffness, painful
neuralgic pain?, and most
���rtcriiai twinges that humanity
tve-m,   enjoys  its  great  sales
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practically  nc. er  fails
iy, coniiorti-.'.si relief.
ri'. for use, it tal.-s lit
to
Folk Names of Flowers
by    Their
Tell Time  and Weather
Behaviour
Qr.nlnt and  pretty    are  the  names
given    to    flowers    by  the     Ilnglish
folk, who manage thereby to
r   Tbe Heart of a Piano is the
action.    Insist oil the
Otto Hige! Piano Action
tne
;:e
count
express peculiarities of form or color
pontic or moral fancies. Thus Honesty is "Moncy-in-bolh-pockcts," a
maximum not always trv.c outside
the cottage garden; Columbines are
"Ci'-amiics' Bonnets," Calceolarias arc
"Fisherman's Baskets" while thc
spikes of Larkspur are "Noah's
Arks."
The "Virgin Mary's Milk Drops"
has a while spotted leaf and tlio Balsam is a "Jacob's Ladder." Many
other flowers also have a spice of
piety in their iiair.es, probably because fieni rations a^o the monks
healed tlie body as well as tire mind,
and being skilful herbalists, named
t'-e flowers from whieh they brewed
tlicir samples and cordials. The.
"Lady" therefore iu "Ladv Slipper,"
"Lady's Smock," and "Lady's* Bed-
straw" means "Onr Lady," who is
aerain signified in "Rosci'iarv" ancl
���'.Mnryhiids," while "St. John's Wort"
with us golden crown?, and "Cross-
wort'1 with its ivory crosses, are very
aptly named. But while tiie monks
practised piety even in their flower
nam>'S, the common people believed
in fairies und thc like and practically
imagined that certain flowers were
for fairy use. So tlic harebell be-
jcamc the "bairyenp" and the MeJ-
ick's tiny bouquet of wee golden blossoms    descended     to us  as  ,\ "Fairy
icesecake." Nor is the gentle passion forgotten, as "Love in a mist"
and "Love lies bleeding" testify;
while surely "Lads' Love" is a fragrant as the memory of a first love.
.Many countrymen can tell both
time and weather by the behaviour
of thc flowers. The Scarlet Pimpernel is commonly known as thc "Poor-
man's weather glass," and the cottager's dinner is limed by "John-go-
to-bed-at-noon," which is almost unknown by its proper namc of "Goat's
Beard."
Save thc
food and
help the
fighter fight
The least expensive meats rival
in tastiness thc
most expensive
roasts by the
addition of
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COTTON   ROOT  COMPOUND
A safe, rttiabtt ngulatin* tmii.
cine. Sold !n thrct detr*e�� of
strength No. 1. tl; No. 2. ��i
No. 3. $5 per box. Sold by all
druggists, or aenl prepaid (a
plain paclcaec on receipt ol
price. Free pamphlet Andrew
THE COOK MEDICINE CO
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THERAPION &-&SS3
reat ���uccoi, cukes chronic weaxkiss. lost vigoi
VIU.MDNKY,   BLADDER, DKEASIS.   BLOOD   POISON,
vaaa. iitiiek no. DRUGOlsiscr uail Jl. rosr 4 CTf
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put. oovr. rttJtw xiiuced xo ua oenuihx jtacuts
MONEY ORDERS
It is always sale to send a Dominion lix-
fress Money Order. Five dollars cosh
three   cents.-
Machine Gun Nest    .
Hidden in Cemetery
Germans  Dug Out foi- Position  Beneath  Concrete. Pedestal of
..���������'��� Cross
ir. a T.f:ii'M.cry. r.cnr- I.itncy, just
within t':'''. German lines, previous to.
thc attack''of ..September 10, American troops have discovered. Gentian
si:���:;.'-���!���"!:���.; i-jim iicsls beneath the. con-
= ia 1 of a largo cross. -
Miller's "Woriii Powders will not
only- expel worms from the system,
but will induce healthful _ conditions
iof the system under which worms
can no longer thrive. Worms keep
a child in a continual state of restlessness and pain, and there can be
no comfort for thc little one until the
cause of suffering be removed, which
can be easily done by the use of
these powders, than which there
nothing more  effective.
is
Eiffel Tower is
Twenty-nine Years Old
la Most Important Wireless Station
in Europe
Thc KifiVl Tower is just 29 ycars
old, having been erected ior the
1'aris Exhibition of 1889. Although
it was denounced as ugly, for the
same reason as a skeleton, because
it is unusual, its rigid lines are really
graceful. Jt has outlived its popularity as a pleasure, resort, although it
offers a wonderful panorama of l'aris
but it serves a far more important international service as perhaps tht
most important wireless station in
Europe, for it is in direct communication with Canada, 2,500 miles off.
Its mass of 8,000 tons of iron is 984
feet high, or, if its lightning protection be added, just over 1,000 feet,
whicli is live times the height of thc
monument on Fish Street Hill. In
England William Holland's enterprise in imitation of it, the Blackpool
Tower, still nourishes, but Sir Edward Watkiiis' scheme, the Wembley Tower, had thc fate of the
Tower of Babel, and the uncompleted fragment, which was for
years a land mark on thc C. G. R.,
has long since been swept away. ���
Loudon Globe.
Necessary    to   Have   Them
Natural
In setting steel traps, great care
is advised for th one who learns
todo this most neatly, leaving everything natural is, as a rule, the most
successful. One should always be
certain to get the trap in the right
position for to miss catching an animal not only means its loss for the
lime being but many of them will
become wiser from such experiences
and their capture will bc more difficult afterwards. Thc trapper is wise
also who gives sufficient attention
to thc fastening of the trap, thus reducing the animal's chances of escape after it is once caught.
To properly set a steel trap on dry
land one should dig a "nest" for thc
trap, deep enough to allow thc covering to bc flush with the surroundings nnd just a little larger than, and
of the same shape as the trap when
set. This hollow should bc lined with
dry leaves or moss and the trap
placed therein. To make the trap
rest solidly so that there i.s no
danger of it being tipped over, also
to make the jaws set level, thc
spring should bc twisted around towards thc paw which is held down
by the trigger or "dog." The trap
should theu be _ covered with some
li^ht, dry material in keeping with
thc surroundings, a few dead leaves
or a sheet of paper being used first
to prevent thc covering from rolling
under thc pai; and in lhat way prevent the trap from springing. Instead of doing this some trappers
place a bunch oi cotton or dry moss
under the pan but I do not think this
advisable.
In all cases when setting traps at
dens, on trails or at the entrances
of enclosures, the trap should hc so
placed that the jaws will be lengthwise of thc animal's approach, so
that it will step between thc jaws
and not over one of them. If thc
setting is l^vcrscd the rising jaw
will sometimes throw the animal's
foot out of the trap.���From Krcps'
"Science of Trapping."
THE MAKING OF
A FAMOUS
MEDICINE
How Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Is Prepared For
Woman's Use.
Cavalry Still Useful
Is
Not
frete. p--u
."Thc.G-;
'.t.:i'7Krc:, of
btrui:t!-'J
iiirc
]���;-���-
���bill,
���com
ina-i
wc
be
ins hud dug in-, along the
tlie   -foundation    and con-
u:'a chine gun.'-'positions ,' at
ac.es     facing '���' toward ���' the
���n'es.    Thc .cemetery is on a
.imniid'ii'ig- -a view- pi .'the
id Ger-
al-tack-
not
This Arm of the    Service
Obsolete
The successful use of cavalry in
driving the Germans out of the St.
Miliicl salient is another reminder of
the danger of concluding that this or
that arm of the service has been
rendered obsolete by thc modern
conditions of warfare. If thc war
has taught us anything it has taught
us that prophecy in this and similar
respects is futile. What appears a
permanent development proves merely temporary; one form of fighting
goes out of use, but almost before
we realize it comes back again. War
of movement i.s succeeded by trench
war, but trench war gives way to
war oi movement again. Wc see
the largest calibre guns playing the
main part in the campaign, but just
when wc lit.vc become accustomed to
the.'thought of 'icm as perhaps, the
dominant factor, smaller calibers are
used increasingly���and tho Germans
lay particular' stress on the value of
machine guns even in heavy, fighting.
ANY CORN LIFTS OUT,
DOESN'T HURT A BIT
No foolishness! Lift your corns
and calluses off with fingers  :
���It's like magic!
Broke All Records
A Minneapolis laundress, a negro
woman, patriotic supporter of thc
Red Cross, was among thc thousands
who witnessed a recent Red Cross
parade in the Mill City in which fifteen thousand white-clad women participated. In telling a Red Cross
worker how shc liked it, she said:
"Lawdy, missus, it suttingly was a
gran' spectacle. Ncvah in mah whole
life did I sec so much washin' at one
time."'���Everybody's  Magazine,
Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���Impurities in thc blood come
from defects in the action of the liver. They arc revealed by pimples
and unsightly blotches on the skin.
They must be treated inwardly, and
for this purpose there is no more
effective compound to be used than
Parmelce's Vegetable Pills. They act
directly on the :vcr and by setting
up healthy processes have a beneficial
effect upon the blood, so that impurities  are eliminated.
Great Medium Dead
THE ONLY MEDICINE
THEBABY NEEDS
Baby's Own' Tablets is the only
medicine a mother needs ft>r her little ones. They arc a gentle but
thorough laxative which instantly
relieve all stomach and bowel disorders thus banishing all the minor ills
of little ones. Concerning them Mrs.
Jos. Lcvcsque, St. Simon, Que., says:
���"Baby's Own Tablets are a marvelous medicine for little ones. They
never fail to cure stomach and bowel
troubles -and neither my sister-in-law
or myself would use any other medicine for our little ones." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or
by mail at 25 cents a box from The
Dr. WilliainV Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
Sticker
"The Germans insist that the war
was forced on them by thc allies,"
said William Howard Taft at thc
Blackstonc in Chicago. "Thcy keep
insisting on that."
Mr. Taft chuckled.
"Thcy  remind  mc  of   LuSli,"   - lie
continued.    "Lush  got home    at     3
o'clock o.ic morning and said to his
wife thickly:
.'"'S'lupr!   '..
" 'Yes, Lawrence Lush. I'm still
up,' Mrs. Lush replied, 'And where
have you been, please?'
" 'Been,' said Lush, yawning. 'Been?
Why, been Sriiifs.'
"'Oh, you story tellcrl' cried Mrs.
Lush. 'The Smiths were here. Thcy
were here all evening.'
"'Nc'mind,' said Lush, and his'.jaw
set obstinately.   -'Ne'mind: Tha'sh my
hie���an'   I'm  goin'    shtick  to
it."'
A visit to the laboratory where this
successful remedy 19 made impresses
even the casual looker-on with tne reliability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness
which attends the making of this great
medicine for woman's ills.
Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs
are used anually and all have to bo
gathered at the season of the year when
their natural juices and medicinal substances are at their best.
The most successful solvents are used
to extract the medicinal properties from
these herbs.
Every utensil and tank that comes in
contact with the medicine is sterilized
and as a final precaution in cleanliness
the medicine is pasteurized and. sealed
In sterile bottles.
It is the wonderful combination of
roots and herbs, together with tho
skill nnd caro used in its preparation
which ha9 made this famous medicine
so successful in the treatment of
female ills.
The letters from women who have
been restored to health by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which we are continually pub*
lishing: attest to its virtue,
Twelve Hour
Shifts and Happiness
tu
lhe .south, mid t
r.ed.   that'   it    an
sisbi
Die cc
ictcry
. -Wii'
.si.-: ?
niacin
'���Jt*; :lo;
pclVd
t.ouii.i
th.e- c:
���'hue'::
-rlery
was !.
6ti.ii  s'
o!   :
w Oil Id
d to. artillery'.'fire...- ���
c 1-rar.co-Aincrican oftcn-
L':the Ge?-.=.:'?.ns'.hcld .- 7the
;:i;''ii(-s!s i'n -the'ce:;:cLcry
possible, but .were 00111-
��� treat in. liable before "thcy
v.,-,  !
'inc'-gui!1!.
y ���rcti.reiii'c
"the;'allies,
iii: .by s!k
tor.:
1<_M      *�� .a..;
.that' several
���1.in the ccm-
Lhc  ct'iiicicrv
a'tid
; c' cross
hc coTfpiHiii's or tiie
-iii-.TVi but nobody'
.��� Rochefoucauld,.
.bad:
of
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corn?
or any kind of a corn, can harmlessly
be lifted right out with the fingers if
yoii apply upon; thcconi a Jew drops
of frcezone, says a Cincinnati authority.   ;,.'���;���'���:
l<or little cost one-can get a small
bottle, of freezonc at any drur; store,
whicli' will positively rid bite's feet oi
every corn or callus without pam.
. This simple drug dries the moment
it is applied anddoys not even irritate, the surrounding skin while,applying it or afterwards.
This  announcement    will",   interest
many..of bur. readers.   If your drtig-
,,^! gut. hasn't any freezonc tell hiin to
turely get a sinall bottle for y'cu froni
his wholesale duig-house.
ins !
Had Wonderful Gifts But Was Unable to Read
The ..most, celebrated spiritualist
medium ever known died a few weeks I story
ago in Naples���an old woman named
Iiusepia l'allndino. She was' unable
to read, and in early, life was employed as. a kitcheiimaid in Naples.
Her extraordinary gifts, However,
soon appeared; and she converted
Lombroso to her views on spiritualism. Schiaparclli, Flammarion, Madame Curie and other great scientists tried iu vain to baOlc her. She
frustrated committees .of inquiry in
Naples, R'oinc,' Warsaw, .Cambridge,
Faris 'and-.'New York; : In England
Profs-.   Mvci'R,. Sedgwick and    others
failed to discover 'whatever riddle the! tions- regarding the occurrence of
lady possessed. Goiinn Dovlc-said jplannuin-bcanng ore in British
she-had tr-.-iuiinc and unrivalled gifts. | Columbia; have reported that there
It was a'wise-statement, because no-.,are bright prospects of securing this
body ������'could contradict it-and produce
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
Start Search for Platinum
Government Officials Making Investigation of Occurrence of
Mineral in B. C.
' .Officials .of' Uie    geological  survey
branch of the department of    mines
who  have  recently    made  investiga-
1t\ ...
V. A. D. Workers   Enjoy   Arduous
Tasks
Few people havc the slightest conception of the perfect organization
which is responsible through the
British Red Cross and the Order of
St. John for taking care of thc
wounded. A perfect chain of attendance reaches from the battle field
to the .convalescent home situated
perhaps in some distant land. This
care is possible because of many
lines of work carried out by voluntary organizations whose worth has
been demonstrated beyond question
and accepted gladly by the British
government. One of these is the V.
A.D. which is well-known in a general way, but in many of its phases
is really little known.
To most persons the mention of
V.A.D. brings up the picture of a
young -woman in an attractive hospital uniform looking like an angel
of mercy always able to case pain
and perform wonders of healing but,
somehow, able lo preserve a serene
expression and keep her uniform immaculate. This popular mistake
comes because, for one thing, thc V.
A.D.'s work for others instead of
talking of themselves and because
few of us take thc trouble to imagine what things must be like there.
It conies as a distinct surprise to
many, for instance, to know lhat the
V.A.D.'s scrub floors. It is a surprise, again to know that thcy cook
���not for one or two private patients
but for trainloads of wounded.
What one V.A.D. did in thc early
days of the war may bc told now not
for the glory of the young women
but for the benefit of those of us who
still fail to realize all that the war
means. Miss Evelyn Lync is a type
of thc V.A.D. wherever found. She
went to France with the first V.A.
D.'s sent over, in October, 1914.. Her
position was that of cook. The detachment was to cstahlish a rest station at one of the railway stations in
order to feed the wounded brought
in on hospital trains froni the front,
and redress their' wounds. The V.A.
D.'s lived in luggage vans run on to
a side track and before they    could
Thirst as a War Weapon
Turks in Dcrert Have Been Deprived
of Water
Our troops worked to make it impossible for thc Turks to cross the
desert and attack the defenses of the
) Suez canal. The Turk theu drew his
water from a few pools and the cisterns cut into rock by races who
peopled the desert many centuries
ago. If the sources 01 water supply
were denied the Turk it was obvious
he could not march across the desert
in any force large enough to cause
damage, unless he brought a large
camel transport column, which we
knew was not available. Therefore,
itwas decided to draw off all water
within a radius of some 60 miles from
the canal. There was a big pool at
a spot known as Er Rigm where the
winter waters of the Wadi Mukshcib
emptied themselves, and a party of
engineers, protected by Australian
light horse under Col. Todd, cut
trenches round the lake and drained
5.000.00U gallons from it-iu four clays.
Other detachments took out small
portable pumping sets and lifted the
water from innumerable cisterns, destroying these underground reservoirs,
which will continue their usefulness
when the world enjoys peace again.
Not one of them was damaged. Thc
Turk had been engaged On a rather
elaborate well boring operation at
Jiff-jafl'o, east of Er Rigm, for some
months; an Austrian engineer superintending the work, with an excellent plan. Major Scott took a squadron of light horse, and some men of
the Bikaner camel corps, to put an
end to this attempt to secure a water
supply, and by a well conceived surprise attack captured the Austrian officer and most of the Turks, killing
and wounding the remainder. The
bore holes and plant were destroyed.
By June there was not a bucket of
water available for the Turk in a
wide belt of the desert, and, though
vigilance was never relaxed, patrols
rarely had anything to report.
\JfovowitfrvnvCoi2At\
R.G.LONGtCO.LiMiTEDl
TORONTO CANADA
A safe and sure medicine for a
child troubled" with worms is Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator.
Olives Planted by Convicts
Berries in Demand at $100.00 a Ton
at Present Time
Olives have struck a climate they
approve of in South Australia. Tlie
trees are the hardiest possible growers, require practically no attention,
and seem impervious to lhe diseases
that affect fruit trees. They havc
been rather in disfavor in the towns,
owing to their slowness in coming to
maturitj', but owners of full grown
trees have found them a great money producer of late ycars. Thc olive
doesn't produce berries until its
twelfth year, consequently landowners arc shy of planting for commercial purposes. There is a movement
on foot to get the government to
subsidize growers at so much an acre
for the first ten years. Thc oil has
almost trebled in price since the war
started, and the berries are in demand at $100 a ton. Fifty-seven years
ago the then Sheriff of the Adelaide
Gaol, looking for a job for Ids
charges, put them on preparing the
ground and planting olive trees, and
the result today is a magnificent and
profitable plantation in the vicinity
of tlie gaol. Hence the term "Gone
pickin' olives" when a sport refers
to a man who has been sent along
for a light sentence.
The Lady With the Lamp
Trims Over   Two   Hundred    Every
Day
There is in France a young English V.A.D. who serves -king and
country and the whole world by
trimming between two hundred and
three hundred lamps every day. If
any one has ever attempted to keep
one lamp in order, that person-will
not envy the V.A.D. Neither will
the fine grade of patriotism underlying the lamp trimming bc overlooked. The work is performed in a
cold, d>rk cellar, and the worker is
alone much of the time; but thc
thing that keeps her steadily and
cheerfully at work is the fact that
every lamp will be heeded at night
in thc hospital to whicli the cellar
belongs. It happens that this particular hospital is one established in an
old French chateau, picturesque and
full of charm, historically, but entailing a vast amount of extremely hard
work because chateau and monasteries were not constructed, centuries
ago, with an eye to perfect sanitary
arrangements. Highly cultured Englishmen, over draft age or physically
unfit, count this difficult work no
hardship. They havc become expert
stretcher-bearers, havc driven ambulances under fire and do countless
things that are much more difficult
than similar work in English hospitals in France.
thc
��� .<o.i 5
.First  Germ
the  ofiiccr ��� tl:
. Kultur
in   Soldier���Who
at .kicked  you in
was
the
, 1
The
Fall
Destructive  Cutworm
Is the Time,   to    Attack    This'
Pest
Second German Soldier ���That was
my professor 01 ethics '������i the v.nivcr-
sitv.���Trenin Life.   ";
Women, Prepare!
metal-in. good quantities. Preliminary investigation was made along the
Tulameen'\riycr by Mr. G. C. Mackenzie of th.e survey branch in Ottawa, and Mr. Charles Camsell of
the. geological survey oflice in Vancouver. A light prospecting outfit,
including three Empire drills -was.
carried, but no holes, were drilled.
Arrangements were, make with many
persons who w<~re taking out small
:<.iti.t!iiiiie.s of. .-platinum- ��� that ���- thcy���|
I would take, their product  to  Frinc.c- jand   taken   to  thc   train.    What
1
S^SS ^JS, He �������' Sew he J^l    written "Y.M.CX"-
bed and disinfected, turned into kitchen, dispensary, dressing station and
living rooni..
A fire was built extending between
two old lines of railway and over
this were hung six huge pots in
which 300 cups of cocoa could bc
made at one time. Work was continuous, there being twelve-hour
shifts���not easy hours, certainly!
Think out what it meant to this gentle faced little woman standing over
these huge pots making cocoa for
twelve hours at a stretch, often in
pouring rain or exposed to smoke
that refused to go in any direction
except into the cook's - eyes. An
hour's warning was the usual time
allowed the V.A.D.'s in which to prepare to meet from 300.to 800 wounded men coming straight from thc
battle field.. The huge pots of soup
and:! cocoa were  put    on-, handcarts
What "Y. M. C. A." Means
The officiating minister at llie
Welsh chapel in tlic hills was of English extraction, but hc did his best
with the Welsh names in the intimation given him to read froni the
pulpit. This was the conclusion of
his announcement:
"And, dear friends, on Friday night
there will be. the usual niceling of
thc Yumka."
The congregation was mystified as
to thc identity of the Yumka���all except the author of the document, who
knew he had m'
London Chronicle
            4_.    _-....-.-   ...  .. --    ���        , v       it
! toh, whence it 'would- be sent to Van-  meant  to   lhe  little  band   of. plucky
onvi.r lo. be assayed.      At thc Van-! workers'��� cau be-judged,   from    Miss
"���r~~-   ;    ;- jcouvcr assay office':'government   offi-j Lync's  report:  "No  words  can . ever
Thousand's, of women in Canada havo ;cials are    prepared    to  pay $105  an j express how splendid  lhc    wounded
overcome-their sufferings, and hajo been jounce,   the  current -market price  for : men were..   One never heard a com
plaint and ..we .were so-thankful to be
able to do just that little for'them."
And then, when the train rolled
away'thc Y.A.I).'s. got lc> work to do
.iguiii-���"just that little for
'The   dcstriiciivcnc^s     of    thc   cut
���worm . has ' not. been   so  '-vidc.U..   for
years,"     declares     _\lr.   I'.-. Abraham*
chairui.vi of  the .home-.gardens    and
vacant lots  section   of    live  -.Canada   cured of woman's ills by Dr.  I'ieree'f 'all. liiftiil that'inay be offered.
food  board.    "An  early Knson    to | Favorite Prescription,   This temperance I   -Investigation- into    the    extent:-'of
'some extent r'ninnnsyrd' tlie. loss from | mediciue, though .started nearly  half  a -j deposits   of   platinum   in   the various
this  pest.     .The  lime  10 attack    the ' century  ago,  sells   moat  vridcly  to-day. i -lisiricts  of   British  Columbia . where
cut worm is iu the fall, if.'n'-xt year's I It ran now bo bad. io  tablet form  asjj.;  is - ilioiicjlit  this  precious  metal ..is jit all over
ravages  arc  to  b^  controlled.      The | well  as  liquid,   and . every, -troman  *ho j-to  ],0 found,    will    bc carried on  i'n ' them."
irggs"of this worm are laid m the :i���-! euQVs from  baclacK h ^*Kfcc,  aMT- ���:} u    extensive    way ./luring  the  nev.i!    }i,u.h lnorc a.rtin-nus ^,\':]c^ ,. ;.,.
iumji, and if after all r^s are. laid, oushpsp, riiould take,thi�� "Prescription- ���:Vl- AV(.,k?. ,\ji .olli.-ml of the. dc- s,iril,,, lh:m coe-kin- to ,nice t th earn
ltl:e ground, is well broker ��� up -o^ of Dr. Pierce's. It ��s prepared froin , patent -0f-mines is at p resent in ! 1 l:I ,,ee u ; nV -^sM'c S fi-l- ��'
Ipkmc.i, the larvae will, bc so dreplv nature's roots, and herbs and does not;thV. Kof,t.,���;,v district, sampling Uif.���(Ml ^ MuXl
i buried ns to destroy xiiiKtv-fivc peri contain & partielp of alcohol or any j ground-renrine-d to contain platinum." "
I cent   of them    " " ! narcotic.    It's not a secret'prescription j ���   The white metal has b
!     "]'   stronplv    advise.:'    he     added, j *or its ingredients arc F^ted <"�� "W; j F.ritUt  Columbia     for severed  years.
"that  everv Available   foot  uf    town��� P"i,'Send 10c for;.tr.al package^toJDr.   ...o0il iu    .,        llciLHiborhood   . of
'land be plowcd.this fall.    During the ! X- ��.- Vicreo. Hwrg^ Institute, Buffalo,; ri-:ncctoI1
iwinter  there  will  bc  plenty  of  time
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
"I thought you said when we began this case in court." said thc lawyer, "lhat it wasn't the money you
were after, but the principle of the
thing." :-������.������  .
"I did say that, but what of Ur
"Do you still feel that way about
it?"
"Of course I do."
"Well, in that event, since we have
just won a splendid victory, I'll keep
thc mc'-iey the jury awarded you, aud
you may have the verdictl"
Three kinds of tanks are now used
in thc French army; A 23-ton tank
with a crew of eight, a 13-ton tank
with a crew of six, atid & 6-ton tank
worked by two men. German tanks
weigh 35 tons.
Constipation is thc arch-enemy of health.
Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army
of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness,
sick headache, sleeplessness and nervous dyspepsia. Beecham's Pills have been a world-favorite
laxative for over sixty years. They go straight to
the cause of many ills and-remove'it. They act
promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain bo
habit-forming drug. These time-tested pills
strengthen the stomach, stimulate thc liver and
ReHeve
Constipation
Worth a Guinea a Box
7 Preputd only by Tbomu Beecttau, St. Haletu, Lucaahir*. C����Und,
Sold ei*rrwber�� ia Catwda ��ad U. S. America.  In box** 25 caeta.
to organize, for planting it in vegetables, or even cereals, but get as
mueli frill plowing under'way as possible. Cities arid towns are tlic only
available sciurcc.'oi- surplus labor, and
ouin:
c  of  food", v.ill  be rcfjuir-
������-.:; A Salt for Healing Bone.'7,'v
.������'Dr..:-:Fre,krick Dr:rridLn!:;:;'a;U;/3;
n>r'!ie;tl.,-;student. ���; for' four years7''.-at
! work on- bone disease?, ha?' discover-
'  d that double nitro oxide salt    ap-
dkd.: to' sections of  thc bone c-ujcs f
..b?nrpt;on of'.thc diseased ni.irrov.-i
1 fi'-.d 'healing 01 the bone disease from I
j the inside :toward  thf . s-.rfac.e     re-1
��i:i_*.    Tie :report=: riyhfy
of  -! vX.-j.:- I 'bone   ind   j'.'i
frc-in  tlrreC- v.c'.
ce cases
di-cavs
to  sc\ ��� :i
Her Interest Abated
iV.;', ���:<��� ��� Vczzy u?   :  :o
-i*. :��� I'.tc'X .ir. sport?.
rafic��� :I kr.-v.vlf.
I'oli't.ce-r-Por-su't s' c a-
IV:::'! - NV.t    since    &'..'.
xxyxiSi.jxiky.r~.-. S'at?;n-;n.
IS
JN. Y., or Brhigcburg, Out. J     Equipment for the refining of plat-
llamilton, Ont.���"VThen Treadied tlie.! inum has been installed/at the  Van-
critical period I wag j corner a'-ay office,  and  . th.e     plant
a. nervous wreck and ��� should bc ready to start -operations
suffered   'with   hot-almost   immediately.    This   i.s   calctt-
fisslic-s   arid   diray ilatcd to prove of great benefit to th.e
gpells.    'Favorite j industry, and'mining men havc    pre-
PreEcription'  reliev-  dirtfd  that    groat   development   will
ed me of  all these take place   during   the next   twelve
ailments and brought, months.-    This insistent dciuund  for
me through this try- /platinum induced the  government -at
ing time safely. For ���<;> it a wa to send out expert minrralo-
Vfoxiijp    pf    middla;gists and geologists to    Britisii    Co-
ege there is no tonic  lumb-a   lo    inspect several    districts
equal_to_Dr. Pierce's  v.-herc the metal    has been found in
what appears to be paying quantities.
The major portion of the world's supply of platinum comes from thc Ural
Mountains in  Rns��ia,    where    about
are produced,
'ecription; it waa before-twins cam*,   ijinc ��omn American rcpuWi
��� had beeone all nm-down, waa nauseated,  lornbia produces about 13,000 ounces
! rerr nervous and weak, and suffered with ; a year.   In tlie X. mtcd States a small
; backache.   Was not able to do anything  amount or the precious metal :s ob-
yne. She was sent
. to cook for 80,.or !��)' nurses, was the
nas. m-irn mined-in j,)nly cook and seryvJ eight meals a
day. Army rations were served and
Miss Lync was expected to not onlv
cook but prepare for cooking a whole
sheep or a quart, r of beef. Today
she is.'inspector of hotels tinder tlie
ministry uf numiliov.s in T.ngland but
her heart goes back -constantly to
those long hard hours in France as
the happiest of hor life.  -..'
Favorite Prescription, and I never hesitate to recommend it to my friends.' ���
Mas. Ak>-:e Socues, 41 Hess St. N.
Stratford, Ont.���*fI waa greatly h��a��-   7Aftfw.
Cted by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-  300,000 ounces a year
-   --'      -��� -   ��� -���- ���---������       I j The Sontn American republic 01  Lo-
Armies That Melt Away
An -Knglishnia'n who has just . tc  :
turned from  Russia  says     that local j
hatred r>f the Germans  "has  become |
intense throughout the whole of Eu- i
ropean Russia,   but   thc organization
of an army is a task apparently beyond the wit of man.. ������������; When?,  men
are wanted   for   the" protection of a
,for three months, irfen I began taimg '��� tamed from ores ror-.-.a-mng
:-   'Favorite Prescription.'    It  sooa  gave  t;.K    Political dev^lopm-it   _
1 ice relief aad it wm not long when I was  ?ia have cut oft this source or sup
I strong and Italthy.   'Favorite Pwserip-.to a large ���ester*
: tion' was surely a great help to me aad  that ccv.r.try has
ijlsai glad to recommend it,'*���M��. jU.Ionibian o"t?rt
1J. Mamie. 61 Kent Lsr*    ��� jiicrcver.
particular   district or.r area they arc:
easily obtained.     There is no doubting their determination or their cotir-J
age; but if   any attempt is made to ;
lead them elsewhere thcy simply melt
away,   returning   to their farms and
resuming their    ordinary-....daily ron-
g base nf-1 tine.
-*s in Rus-1 Tlie German undertaking; to the
Bolsheviks that they Vfill not advance
beyond the present well ^defined" line
rr.r>y not be -worth much; tr.it it is
not making R'jjskn army cTg;r,!za��
Iti'.-- -""* ~
ar.d production in
'b-n off.    The Co-
?;a   dcubltd,
Consign your Cattle to
WOOD, WEILLER  & McCARTHY  LIMITED.
Every dollar the market allows is secured for our.#Jicats. We hav*
large Southern orders for storkers a nd feeders. Write us st once, if la.
terested,' to Winnipeg or  I.dm��ftt9B. - THE LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C.   DECEMBER 12, 191&
Ks f
Nabob  The Hartford Gold Mining Co 1063 2.75
Nakusp  ; West, James, & Chisholm, A 960-S 24.00
Nellie Reeves, C H & Prendergast, W J..1017-S 13.00
Neta    Schuster,'Sir W. S. L  996 25.50
New Last Chance Earthquake Con. Gold  Min. C0...1341 47.00
New York  _ Pounder, William A.  < .:.;....1018-S 52.00
North Star Fraction  Rathmullen Con. Mining & Dev.
Company 1604 25.50
North Star Connor, A. M., Estate, & Hallett,
I. H 2872 18.75
Norton  Hallett, I. H. & Davidson, H. R 1669 38.76'
O. K ...Drew, G. E., O'Connor, Julia &
. McCool, Helen J 1478 9.25
Ophor    Bowers, W. B., Rogers, A. L. &
McMaster, J. A 2219 51.75
Original  Burr, A. C, & Baker, C. E 1327-S 62.00
Oro* Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et al.   1167 45.00
Orphan  Pelly, A. N., Naden, G. R.. Hodgson, G. P 1166 56.25
Ottawa  West, James & Chisholm, A  967-S 25.50
Pathfinder  ��� Pathfinder Min. & Reduction Co... 782 26.00
Peer    Crawford, R, E., Estate, Lang, P.
J. Shaw  3046 52.00
Phillip Sheridan  .-Earthquake  Con. Gold  Min.  CO...1340 33.00
Pinto  Newby, Thomas  3240 46.00
Princess Louise McOrmond, Samuel  1224 13.00
Queen of the Hills Savage, A. E 2203 9.75
Queen of Spades Schuster, W. S. L  995 13.00
Ranger    Hartford Gold Mining Company....l060 11.00
R. Boll  McCartney, H. M 1506 52.50
Ready Cash Fraction  McMynn, Mary    T.,    Cook,    G���
Smith, L. A. ...    1260-S 52.00
Remington    McCartney, H. MV  1507 50.00
Reward    McMynn, Mary Turner 3226 16.00
R. Kipling Fraction  McMynn, Mary T., & Cook, Geo.-1259-S 32.00
Richmond Fraction  Johnson,  Henry 2918 6.25
Riverside  Kavanagh, John  429-S 78.00
Rockland  Russell, F. W ...1493 "  8.50
Rose  ��� Fraser, J. S. C, Estate et al 1035 30.00
Rossland :. Fraser, J. S. C, Estate   965-S 78.00
Royal Banner Averill, G. W., Rogers, A. L., Coe
A.  G  933-S 65.00
Seattle  .-. Clark Seattle Gold Mining Co  653 13.00
Selene  Caporn, W. E  848-S 9.75
Shamrock   . Fraser, J. S. C, Estate et al 1040 39.00
Shelby Chisholm, Archie  :  959-S 31.50
Sibley Fraction  Fraser, J. K. & R. S 2223 13.00
Sissy   Lye,  Henry   ....1068 10.75
Standard No. 2  .Latta, W. H 2870 78.00
Starlight   Connor,  A.  M., Estate,  &  I. H.
Hallett    2870 27.50
St. Elmo  Graff, Fred  2229 12.50
St. Louis  Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et al  606 52.00
St. Lawrence . Witherop, W. H., Johnson, Henry
et al  595 31.50
Sun Rise  Miller, J. A 2789 38.00
Thistle  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate et al 1041 38.25
Three Bells       Dempster,   Charles    1182-S. 63.75
Tiger  Atwood,  C. A.  S., Reid, F., W.
-Connor, H. B  576-S 48.00
Tiger ...: Hallett, I. H., Davidson, H. R 1567 23.75
Tiger Fraction  Mulligan, John, & Jackson, E. E... 756-S 48.00
Treasury Fraction  Jackson, H.  P 1422 20.00
Tripoli Atwood, C. A. S., & Morrell,   Jno 1613-S 7.00^
Twins .Fraser, J. S. C. Estate et al  960 50.00
Vancouver  Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et al 1156 45.00
Wake Naden, G. R., Stow, H. F., ��� Douglas, J. et al .........2107 58.75
Wellington Fraction ...Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie,
Walker, Carrie _........1315 31.00
Winnipeg Winnipeg Mines, Ltd.  599 6.75
Willada    ...~ - Nelson, .John A ........1... . 968-S 16.50
Yellow Jacket Kerby, F. M., & Lequimbe, B  924-S 35.00
Young George Poggi, James ��~ - 2942 65.00
.10
1.91
.26
1.27
5.60
5.25
4.10
1.52
5.4r
.18
8.89
5.72
4.92
7.84
2.17
1.30
5.71
3.36
5.08
.25
.20
.62
.22
7.34
5.71
7.00
1.76
3.59
.12
13.25
.16
2.40
13.25
9.09
.25
.20
3.11
2.56
.25
.20
13.25
5.65
.25
5.71
2.51
4.29
3.05
7.75
5.28
3.31
8.86
5.10
.14
5.50
4.94
8.21
3.41
.13
.81
3.10
9.10
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
Greenwood Mining Division
NAME OF CLAIM
"Abercraig
Admiral. ...
Ah There ..
Ajax  	
Alice	
Alice  ...
Alta .......:......
Amandy '.	
American Eagle ...........
Arcadia   ���	
Arizona	
Astoria	
Barrow	
Bay Fraction 	
Belmont Fraction
Big Bend  -
Big Four  ....
Big Ledge 	
Big Monte	
Billy Fraction...-
Bolton Fraction
Bonnie Belle ....
Boston Boy ...
Bristol Boy	
Buckhorn	
Bulldog  -
Bulldog Fraction 	
Bullion Fraction	
Bullion	
Buna Vista  ���'.	
Cairngorm Fraction ...
California Fraction ...
Callao   - ���
Champion Fraction ...
Chancellor    .....:.,...
Cleveland	
Climax	
Columbia  .............���
Columbus    '��� ������
Commander   ..:. ....
Commonwealth   ���
Commander Fraction
Copper King No. 2 .....
Copper Queen .............
Crescent ���......'....��� ���
Crescent No. 2  -
Crescent Fraction .....
Croesus    -.������������
C. S. & H. .-'. -,.--���-.-
Caster Fraction ......���..
Deadwood  ���- ���-���
Deerhorn .......
Defiance .............��� .-������--
Denoro Grande  ���
Denver .���...-- -���-
Dixie .��� '���������-"
Don Pedro  ���
Dudley  	
E. E. C. B.  ;���
Electric  ._..���...������-	
Elkhqrn ...-���������-	
Emerald ...-	
Emeline .���~~;	
Ethiopia ...���������
Eureka Fraction ..
First Chance .;���,
Florence Fraction
44 ���������������	
46 _���: :���~
ASSESSED OWNER
Lot
...Prince Henry Mining Co., Ltd. ....
...Thomas Hemmerle,   Hugh   Mc
Kee  - ...
..George D. Leason	
...Forbes M. Kerby	
...E. A. Bennett, 7-15 interest, W.
Murphy, balance	
...W. G. McMynn, D. McLaren, I,
N. Greden, N. Tholi .....
...C. N. Marden, K. I. Ostroski, D.
Moylan, P. W. Dillon  .......
...James Hunter .-	
...John B. Desrosiers  ..........
...Sidney Rosenhaupt	
...Chris. McDonell, T. W. Stack 	
...Sidney Rosenhaupt 	
...J. B. Desrosiers  '.	
...D. Manchester,    H.   V.    Fuller,
Fred Hall	
...E. E. Jackson	
...I. H. Hallett, G. A. Rendell	
..-Alaska Mining Co., Ltd	
..-Boundary Creek M & M Co., Ltd.
.-A. R. Thomas, F. W. Kerby, J.
N. Paton	
...I. H. Hallett, A. E. Ashcroft 	
...Ellen Hallett ....
-J. B. Desrosiers 	
-J. T. Beattie, J. W. Nelson, D.
A. Cameron, W. W. Craig	
-James Edward Schon 	
-Buckhorn Gold & Copper Co. Ltd..
-I. _H. Hallett  : '.	
..���I, H. Hallett  :.. ..........
-John Mulligan ...: ::......:: .........
��� A.  Stuart,  F. M.  Kerby, W. G.
McMynn and Henry Lye 	
-F. M. Kerby '-. .......
-Vancouver & Boundary Creek D.
& Mg Co., Ltd :.....	
-John Mulligan	
-Elizabeth Galloway  -...���	
-Ellen Hallett	
-James Moran & J. Mulligan	
-Golconda Mines, Ltd. ..j....;.....:........,
���Arthur Norton Pelly ,���..........,
���Elmore  Collier .....:.
������-J. F. Cunningham. W. F. Smith,
and E. J. Roberta : ���	
-Ellen Hallett -	
-J. A. Miller, B. Perkins, H. Reed.
-Ellen Hallett .......
-P. J, Dermody & T. B. Garrison....
-D. C. Corbin & E. J. Roberts .......
���Crescent Mines Ltd. ,.-..
���H. H. Shallenberger .,...���
-Nicholas Kuhnen ...........
���Jos. E. McEwan, J. Wflmhurst ..:,
-Boundary Creek M. & Mlg., Co.,
Ltd.   ���...- ���.....:������...:..���...
-Daniel  Bresnahan ......
���G. D. Leyson :.;........, .....
���Rose C. Davey  .........:..............
���������'���Cr. F.  Steele,  Pattison &  Shaw,
H. J. Cole  ���......-., ������������...
--Jewell Denoro Mines, Ltd. ...:	
���Skylark Dev. Company ..........:.
v-D. A. McDonald, J. N. Paton &
J. S. Birnie ..���......:.. ...
���Nicholas   Kuhnen    ..-.: ...	
-John Moran & I. H. Hallett ......
-Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co.,
Ltd. .........;. ~ -��� -- -
-Vancouver &    Boundary    Creek
Dev. & Mg. Co., Ltd. ...,:..:	
-C. Kinney, E. J. Carter, J.  McCreath, A. S. Black, and Geo.
White ...-.-��� ..........:	
���Spencer Benerman, Fred Moser.:
���-P     I     - StPfiVGS ��� .--    ������-���--*-
-The Waffis Haultain Syn., Ltd....
-A. Wellwood, W. Donnelly  .....
���Leon Lontier Estate  . -.���
���New Dominion Copper Co. 	
���John. Mulligan _������ .���:
���Jdtm MnlligaB . ,���:	
Taxes to 30th
No.  June, 1918
2635     78.00
2379
1960
2367
698
.......2579
1394
2995
1289
,3135
.1114
.3134
.1290
.3285
1422-S
.2630
1681
.826
.1239
.999
.1706
.880
. 794-S
.2536
.1107
.3258
.3641
.3238
.865
.1553
.2853
. 761-S
.1017
.2850
.1325
.2150
.2633
. 886-S
.3558
.1707
1029
.1708
2297
387
1711
1267-S
2462
866
..833
160-S
.1962
.1714
.758
. 851
. 764
��� 468.S
;2458
.1890
r 827
.1575
818
822-S
1081-S
. 932
. 453-S
444-S
.1470
.3159
3160
37.75
13.50
65.00
15.50
65.00
55.50
76.50
25.50
27.50
65.00
63.75
16.00
46.00
.25
55.00
75.00
52.00
53.75
51.25
35.00
91.00
3.00
61.50
13.00
40.00
58.75
1.50
10.50
28.75
7.50
26.25
58.75
36.26
65.00
60.00
55.00
63.75
10.76
60.00
247.00
8175
48.00
5.00
65.00
52.50
13.00
20.50
41.00
63.00
36.75
; .7,75
65.00
12.00
5:00
63.00
49.00
50.00
62.00
38.75
48.00
26.00
52.00
63.75
28.00.
56.25
1.25
4.00
18.00
Interest
13.35
5.65
1.60
9.20
.90
Costs
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
9.20       2.75
9.50
13.00
1.25
3.85
9.20
8.90
.80
5.05
7.70
12.75
5.70
7.50
7.15
4.90
18.20
.06
10.55
.25
6.30
8.15
.05
.20
4.00
1.25
3.76
8.15
5.10
9.20
10.20
7.70
7.50
.20
8.40
138.25
1.25
5.30
.10
9.20
7.35
2.40
1.00
4.50
10.45
2.95
.15
9.20
.25
.10
10:45
5.40
7.00
5.70
5:40
5130
1.30
5.70
7.50
3.10
7.85
.03
.20
.95
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75.
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
5.60
28.66
16.01
29.02
55.35
60.00
32.35
23.02
46.91
12.18
63.39
60.47
2.75       52.67
66.84
30.42
30.05
60.46
49.11
53.S3
16.00
12.70
16.37
13.97
62.59
60.46
59.75
20.51
38.34
9.12
94.00
11.41
35.15
94.00
76.84
16.00
12.70
44.86
36.81
16.00
13.70
94.00
35.90
15.50
60.46
36.76
45.04
44.05
64.25
56.03
29.81
59.61
27.85
9.89
58.25
52.69
2.75        69,71
37.16
9.63
20.06
40.85
76.85
Total
94.10
46.15
17.85
76.95
2.75       19.15
76.95
2.75
': 67.75
2.75
92.25
2.75
29.50
2.75
34.10
2.75
76.95
2.75
75.40
2.75
19.55
2.75
53.80
2.75
3.00
2.75
65.45
2.75
90.50
2.75
60.45
64.00
61.15
42.65
111.95
5.81
74.80
16.00
49.05
69.65
4.30
13.45
35.50
11.50
32.75
69.G5
44.10
76.95
72.85
65.45
64.00
13.70
71.15
388.00
12.75
56.05
7.85
76.95
62.60
18.15
24.25
48.25
76.20
42.45
10.55
76.9i>
15.00
' 7.S5
76.20
57.15
59.75
60.45
46.90
Four Paw 	
Fred D	
Fremont 	
G. A. B.  .-.	
Garnet  	
Gem 	
Gem Fraction	
Globe   	
Golconda Fraction .
Gold Bed 	
Gold Bug 	
Gold Bug No. 2 	
Gold Commissioner
Gold Drop 	
Grand Central 	
Great Laxey 	
Hamilton   	
Helen  	
Hidden Treasure ..
Hidden Treasure ..
Hidden Treasure .
Hope No. 2 	
Idola  	
Imperial Fraction
Iron Cap 	
Iron Pyrites 	
Iva Lenore 	
Jerry Jewel 	
Jewel 	
Jolinannisberg    ....
Joliette Fraction ..
Jumbo	
Keestowe 	
Ladoga
Lake 	
Lakeside Fraction .
Lancaster Fraction
Laocoon 	
La Plaza 	
Last Chance 	
Last Chance 	
Last Chance
Lead King 	
Lewellah	
Little Chief 	
Little Dallas	
Little Home Fraction ..
Little Buffalo Fraction
Little Ffank 	
Little Ruth 	
London 	
Lulu   	
Mabel	
Mamont 	
Maple Leaf 	
Maple Leaf Fraction
Massachusetts 	
May	
McKinley 	
Meadow Lark	
Mineapolis Fraction
Monte Bravo	
Monte Reco	
Montrose Fraction .
Morena Fraction ���
Morning Star 	
Mountain View 	
Mullen	
Myrtle	
���Napa X.	
Nelson 	
Nellie  ...........
New York	
Nightingale Fraction
95 .....
Norene Fraction 	
No. 4 .............:...:.
No. 3 _:.;..
No. 9... ���. -
No. 9  _ ...........:....
No. 15	
North Star
Number One	
Number Two 	
O.  B.   -...
Old Guard 	
Ottawa Fraction
Oro 	
Paragon  ...
P. H	
Preston   	
Prince Henry
Quien Sabc ....
Red Warrior .
Republic  -
Riverside X.	
Roderick Dhu	
Ruby Fraction ..:..���..:.:
San Juan -	
Scarboro '..-���	
Seth    I..	
S. F. Fraction 	
S. H. B. Fraction 	
S. I. B; A. ,.:	
Silent Friends	
Silver Cloud	
Silver Cloud Fraction
Silver King	
Silver King -....	
Skylark       	
State Formation .........
Smilax Fraction	
Spokane ....���	
Springdale ...-.-'	
St. Joneph -���--
Starlight	
Strathmore ...'...:....'.	
Sunset   ..-..: :.....;.....	
Syd. M. Johnson .........
Sylvester K. '....���.:....	
i Teutonic Fraction
56.05
30.05
60.45
64.00
33.85
66.S5
4.03 i
6.95 j
18.701
Texas 	
Tiger X.X-.....
Tintic	
Tip Top 	
Twin Mine
Twin .-..: .-.���.' ���'->���
Viceroy Fraction	
Virginius ...". ���-
Warwick Fraction ......
Wellington    .--.'���
Wellington No. 2 	
Wheeling  -
Wild Rose Fraction :..
Wren r..............-.-..........
Yellowstone ;-.:..'...-,-.;.
Yellowstone Fraction
York Fraction ���~-'X.
..W. J. Porter 3350
..Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co  830
..Freemont M. Co., Ltd 1217
..King, Thomas   852
..Hallett, I. H : 2724
..Hallett, I. H. & Rendell, G. A 2632
..Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd.  1416
..William Law & John Gray  2294
..Golconda Mines Ltd 2149
..Golconda Mines Ltd 1388
..J. H. Smith & J. Vantobel   895
..Chris. McDonell & T. W. Stack 1718   ���
..P. J. Dermody & T. B. Garrison....2298
..Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1415
..Alaska Mg.  Co 184?
..Thomas Kermeen, J. J. Cluces,
and Andrew Hamilton .142E-S
..W. J. Harris  1106
..Strathmore Helen Con. Mg. Co  691
..J. H. Smith & Jacob Vantobel  896
..The Republic    Gold    Mines    of
Greenwood, B. C 1019
..W. E. McArthur  1551-S
..Charles J. McArthur  1849
..Nicholas Kuhnen  2460
..Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 141.8
..Silver King Mg. Co 1574
..E, L, Brown, W. G. McMynn 1390
..I. H. Hallett  1262
..Jewel Donoro Mines Ltd 2882
..Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd  850
..1. H. Hallett  2072
..J. B. Desrosiers  1885
..Bank of Montreal, Rossland   655
..J. C. Haas, A. R. Thomas, James
N. Raton, & F. M. Kerby 1240
..F. J. Miller, A. J. Jackson, H. A.
Wright, J. W. Blough, W. M.
Law, J. P. Anderson   917
..Nicholas Kuhnen   765
..Seth Emerson, J.   A.   Cameron,
D. A. Cameron  1023
..G. A. Rendell  2808
..Golconda Mines Ltd 2147
..G. F. Miller 1393
..Spokane-Boundary Mg. Co  753
..Republic Gold Mines of  Greenwood     644
..Bank of Montreal, Rossland, V.
D. Glass and Phil Aspinwall .... 660
..Hugh McKee  2071
..Mary T. McMynn  1251
..Wm. Macey, W. M. Law 1406
..Robert Forshaw 2628
..J. J. McDonnell  1705
..L. H. Moffatt, Rossland  1717
..J. J. McDonnell  1675
..I. H. Hallett  8815
..G. M. Foster, F. F. Ketchum, E.
J.   McArthur,   M.   A.  Graham
and Evan Parry  2291.
..Alaska Mining Co 1584
..John Douglas   609
..Nicholas Garland and Mary Garland    879
..Hugh McKee  _ 1484
..Francis W. Groves  2040
..Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1401
..A. S. Sercus and John Hedges ....2629
..Alex A. Mcintosh  1685
..J. McNicol, Nelson J.    LaPlant,
W. G. McMynn, D. J. Sullivan.1712
..I. H. Hallett 2940
..J. N. Patofl, F. M. Kerby and A.
R. Thomas ���..���1241
..J. N. Paton, F. M. Kerby and A.
R. Thomas 1242
..F. M. Kerby 2654
..I. H. Hallett & G. A. Rendell 2631
..Sidney Rosenhaupt 2570
..G. A. Rendell, G. Smith, W. B.
Fleming, G. B. Taylor and J. P.
Smith -1405
..Con.  Cosgriffe Estate  ,...1850
..J. S. C. Fraser Estate 1891
..Alaska Mining Company .1583
..Strathmore Helen Con. Mg, C0.....2293
..John N. Greden 2580
..W. R. Johnstone  901
-Edmund F. Wickwire  1194-S
..I. H. Hallett ........2939
..H. H. Shallenberger  1254-S
..A. S. Black ......:...:... .:.:...........;.........1843
..I. H. Hallett .....1846
;.I. H. Hallett, -.8825
-The    Vancouver    &    Boundary
Creek Dev. & M. Co. ...........2608
..The    Vancouver -> &    Boundary
Creek Dev. & Mg. Co 2607
..The    Vancouver    &    Boundary ^
Creek Dev. & Mg. Co. 1165
..I. H. Hallett  1845
..I. H. Hallett  ��� 1844
..Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co  828
..Hugh  Murray 1644
..Thomas Hemmerle & Hugh McKee ��� ; 3505
..John Douglas   614
..Alaska Mining Co.  ..1582
..Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co  829 .
.Livingston. Thomas Dickason  695
..Prince Henry Mg. Co., Ltd, .'. 2636
..Ellen Hallett  126?
..R. Markin -  fl84
..Republic Gold Mines   of   Greenwood, B. C. ....:- .....���- 426
..Phoenix Riverside Mg. Co. ............1031
..Robert Wood --- 598
..Mary McMynn & George Cook ...,3256
..Ellen   Hallett    2849
..E. O. Lewis & Duncan Buchanan..l416-S
..Jewel  Denoro Mines Ltd 2883
..Thomas King    ������  832
���Boundary Creek M. & M. Co.  831
-W. E. McArthur  ...2881
��� S. Benerman, T. M. Gully, J. A.       _
Frank  ��� ....1433
..J. W. Nelson, D. Ross, I, H. Hallett and George Cunningham....l218
..J.'N. Paton and A. S. Black   454-S
.Stiver King Mg. Co. - J097
-John L. McKinnon  .1832
-Skylark  Dev. Co  763
-I.-H. Hallett - 2723
-I   H   Hallett & Albert EaBtcroft.1064
-Boundary Creek M. & M. Co. - 1011
-Edmund T. Wickwire ���'���""!I!I
���Henry Johnston ��� ��� *919
���F. Blackman Holmes, D. A. Cam- ..;
eron ��� ..���1889
-Elizabeth    Galloway   &   Strathmore Helen Con. Mg. Co.    -l��lf
-Con. Cosgriffe Estate   - ......2668
George D. Leyson ������ r -1961
-L   I   Ostroski. P. W. Dillon, D.
Moylan,  C.    S.    Galloway    &
Adolph   Sercu    .���...���2385
-John  M. Frost  &  Mary T. Mc-
Mynn   -   -��� -  --��� 239?
-C. N. Collins & J. W. Nelson 2067
-Daniel  Bresnahan     ..���3548
..Buchorn Gold & Copper Co., Ltd...l461
-Tip Top Mg. Co - ,���1229
-Andrew    Hamilton    &    Thomas
Kermeen Estate, John J. Clu-
cas Adm. .���- ;-i���l|f��-s
-Robert Wood _ -������- 81��
...I.- H. Hallett - - ��f*
..John Mulligan & William Hanna.1950
...Thomas Hemmerle,    Hugh   Mc-. ���     . ���
Kee  :  .-,��� ..��� ������:...- --��� 61*-S
-W. J. Harris ������ - 1214
...W. J. Harris  : ���.1216
G  W   RumbergeT & John Mnlli-
~An -   ;. ...: 2135
-Golconda Mines Ltd. - .: "='
:..R. Denzler   - ��� ������
-Nicholas Kuhnen ��� - -4o9
-Nicholas Kuhnen .....-.._ - 2461
il.Goiconda Mines Ltd. ���:~ - -148
44.00
50.00
69.50
65.00
65.00
43.75
2.25
61.00
69.00
63.00
47*00
65.00
48.00
13.00
67.50
57:50-
78.00
37.00
13.75
13.00
33.00
66.25
16.00
2.00
4.50
39.00
58.75
10.50
13.00
45.00
30.00
10.00
38.75
32.25
4.85
4.60
12.00
9.10
9.10
6.10
.05
8.65
11.85
10.70
5.30-
9.10.
5.30
.25
11.55
8.00
13.05
6.25
1.90
.25
2.70
7.85
1.75
.05
.10
3.10
8.25
.20
.25
6.25
4.75
.20
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75"
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.55
51.60
57.35
84.25
76.85
76.85
52.60
5.05
62.40
83.60
76.45
55.05
76.85
56.05
16.00
81.80
68.25
93:80
45.00
18.40
16.00
38.45
66.85
20.50
4.80
7.35
44.85
69.75
13.45
16.00
54.00
37.50
12.95
5.40       2.75       46.90
73.50
12.50
2.75
88.76
52.00
5.70
2.75
60.45
5.76
.05
2.75
8.55
7.50
11:95
2.75
85.20
78.00
11.45
2.75
92.20
57.50
8.00
2.75
68.25
23.50
1.20-
2.76
27.45
10.25
.20
2.75
13.20
5.00
.10
2.75
7.85
45.75
6.05
2.75
54.55
52.00
5.70
2.76
60.45
76.50
13.05
2.75
92.30
11.75
.20
2.75
14.70
30.75
2.45
2.75
35.95
34.50
2.70
2.76
39.95
38.25
3.05
2.75
44.05
3.25
.05
2.75
6.05
45.00
4.95
2.75
52.70
57.00
9.85
2.75
69.60
20.00
2.85
2;75
25.60
11.50
.25
2.75
14.00
53.75
7.50
2.75
64.00
35.00
3.80
2.75
41.55
10.50
.20
2.75
13.45
36.00
2.90
2.75
41.65
1.25
.20
2.75
14.20
76.50
13.05
2.75
92.30
45.00
3.90
2.75
51.66
62.50
8.75
2.75
74.00
43.75
6.05
2.75
62:55
60.00
8.40
2.75
71.15
22.50
3.15
2.75
28.40
63.75
8.90
2.75
75.40
36,00
4.80
2.75
43.55
13.00
.25
2,75
16.00
33.00
2.65
2.75
38.40
72,00
12.25
2.75
87.00
63.75
8.90
2.75
75.40
61.25
8.60
2.75
72.60
48.00
5.30
2.75
56.05
75.00
12.75
2.75
90.50
60.00
8.40
2.75
71.15
3.75
.50
2.75
7.00
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
58.75
8.25
2.75
69.60
3.50
.05
2.75
6.30
48.00
8.25
2.75
59:00
78.00
13.20
2.75
93.95
22.50
3.80
2.76
29.95
78.00
13.20
��2.75
93.95
78.00
13.20
2.75
93.95
49.00
5.40
2.75
57.15
38.25
3.06
2.76
44:05
61.25
5.15
2.76
69:15
21.25
3.00
2.75
27.00
40.50
6.80
2.75
50.05
51.00
5.60
2.75
59.35
47.50
6.65
2175
66;90
69.00
11.75
2.75
83.50
11.75
.20
2.75
14.70
69.00
11.75
2.75
83.50
5.25
.10
2.75
8.10
25.50
1.25
2.75
29,50
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
39.00
.4.30
2.75
46.06
57.50
8.05
2.75
68.30
38.25
3.05
2.75
44.05
11.75
.25
2.75
14.75
60.00
7.00
2.75
69.75
44.00
4.90
2.75
61.85
65.00
9.10
2.76
76.86
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.S5
36.26
5.10
2.75
44,10
6.26
.85
2.75
S.86
7.50
.16
2.75
10.40
78.75
16.70
2.75
97.20
8.0G
.15
2.76
10.90
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
48.75
6.85
2.75
58.35
32.00
3.40
2.75
38.15
69.00
10.60
2.75
82.35
24.75
2.96
2.76
30.45
40.00
4.40
2.76
47.16
47.50
6.65
2.75
56.90
12.60
.25
2.75
15.50
37.50
3.00
2.75
43.25
2.75       37.56
23.00
2.50
2.75
28.25
66.00
9.10
2.75
76.S6
69.00
10.60
2.75
82.35
3.75
.05
2.75
6.55
19.50
.90
2.75
23.15
61.25
8.60
2.75
72.60
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
6.60
.10
2.75
9.35
67.50
8.05
2.75
68.25
58.75
8.25
2.75
69.75
46.50
8-05
2.75
57.30
27.00
4.55
2.75
34.30
50.00
7.00
2.75
5S.75
24.00
4.20
. 2.75 ���
30.95
30.75
2.60
2.75
36.10
40.00
4.40
2.75
. 47-15
9.00
1.00
2.75
12.75
67.50
11.50
2.75
81.76 THE  LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C.     DECEMBER  12,  1918
Rossland  Assessment  District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Friday, the 27th day of December, 191S, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon," at the Court House, Rossland, I shall offer lor sule at public auction the mineral claims in the list
hereinafter set out of the persons In tho said list hereinafter act out for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons tui Urn 30th Juno, 1918, and for interest, costs and expenses, if tho total amount due is not seener paid.
The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list whore the owner is a
member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the Taxation Amendment Act, 1918.
Dated at Rossland, B. C. this 25th day of November, 1918.
H. R. TOWNSEND,
Assessor and  Collector for the Rossland Assessment District.
Grand Forks Mining Division
Trail Creek Mining Division
NAME OF CLAIM.
Abhacorne 	
Acme   	
ASSESSED  OWNER.
Butterfly ...
Ben Bolt ...
Big Sheep .
Bis Casino
Big Four ...
Blaylock   ...
Butte   	
B. X	
Bonanza No. 2 ..
Boundary No. 2
Camden   	
Cariboo   	
C. & C	
Charlston  	
Christine 	
Coeur d'Alene
Copper King ...
Crazy Horse ...
Delta 	
Duluth   	
Eastern King .
Eden 	
Ego  	
Empress   	
Esmeralda Fraction ....
Esquimault Fraction ..
Evening 	
Debbs. E. V	
Golden Drip 	
Gold Hill	
Golden Terror ..������....
Gopher	
Gorilla   .....,'	
Grace Darling '���
G. it. Sovereign	
Harrisburg	
Heather Bell ..:	
Helena 	
Highland  ...���...- ���
High Ore ..:	
Ida No. 2 	
Independent	
Iron Clad -	
Iron Clad ......
Iron tl ill	
Iron Queen No. 1	
James Stanley  ......'.
Joe Joe 	
Jungle Fraction  	
Jumbo.No. 3 !......
Jumbo No. 3 Fraction
Kingston   .- .'...
La Belle  _	
Latest. Out  ...
Lincoln No. ^	
Little Darling 	
Little Giant Fraction
Little Jim	
Little Vita  :.....'	
Livingstone  ���	
L. Nora  ...:
Lone Star, ���.....���...
Lookout	
Magna Charta	
Marion :	
Mayflower No. 2 :	
Miiinetonka '.
Minnehaha  ......:. :
Modena '.
Morning Star No. 1
Nellie Gray ������	
Nick of Time ......:_-...'
Northern . .���.-..'...'. :.
North Star	
Old  Hundred���..':....'.	
Olga   ...:....'. '..-.	
Olive : :....
Olla Podrlda ......:	
Palo Alto  .���...������..
Pittsburg .���.......:-���:..'.
Portland .���..-���
Pott .'. -. :....���.
. Prince of Wales -	
Ptarmigan ��� ���.....
Putman	
Queen Lill .......���-���
Quinault	
Rainy Day     	
Red Cap ....���������
Ridge way���,...���	
Rob  Roy ..." :.......
Royal George 	
Runover  .���.....-......
Santa Cruz  '...���	
Sailor Boy ;...-....
Seigneurage  	
Southern Cross ....:	
Spokane   .." -.���
St.  Bernard  	
St. Clair	
St. Luke Fraction ���
St. Mark ���	
.Standard   ���.:..-.
Sunnyside ��� ..-	
: Swan -Xx.. ...
Tailor Boys -..���..,-
: The Brothers: ���:!���-
Tillie  H.. ir.xXXxXXx
. Tornado  .������.���-.
Umatilla... .:,..-���XXi..x
Union Jack X.XX~.;.JX:
Venus.��� :.���:.:/... .'���:.-
Victor '. :'.	
Viking-:.:���-r������.���-
Volney   :..XX:X:.iXX.X.XX._
, Vulcan Fractional./;
Western  King Xx.	
.Wide West No. 2 ..X.
Wolverton  :���:���-.:
X. Ray ..���.���_���
Yreka Fraction".'...:::..
Zilor ���--���-���.���-
..Forteath,  Samuel  I860
..Gilmour, T. S., and Langford, H.
S 2947
..Waterlow, G. S 1075
..Weir,   John    4256
..Kloman, Joe and Wys, Godfrey....6905
..Weir, John   4257
..Bank of Montreal^ 178G
..Bank of Montreal  1788
..Connor, Charles E 1148
..Merrison, James E 1779
..Kloman.  Joseph   5718
..Swanson, Oliver and Forin, J. A...4G6G
..Stow. H. F 1133
..Sorbin, J. E 1205
..Abbott, J. L. G  992
..Jackson, August  .'... 975
..Gilmour, T. S. and Langford, H.
S 1219
..Powers, John  3418
..Canada Mutual M. & Dev. Co 1991
..Stack. T. W 1958
..Drumheller, J. L 4076
..Heinze, F. E. (Estate)   2974
..Denoro Mines, Limited 1S20
..Mulligan, T. P. et al 1127
-Cook, Walter  1S23
-Gilmour, T. S. and Langford, H.
S	
...Edgar Gold M. & S. Company	
-Blue, Louis	
...Evening G.   Mg Co	
...Murphy, W. S. & Peterson, Gust...
...Dormitzer, James & Thelka 	
-Gold Hill Mining Company 	
-Doud,  Charles  W.   '...:.	
...Gopher Gold Mining Company 	
...Townsend, H. F '..:	
...Waterlow, - G.  S.  ��� :
...Murphy, W. S. &*Peterson, G. W...
...Cook, Walter	
...Forteath, S. & Barnes, Jas.  -
...Powers. John	
...Williams, S. h..	
-High Ore Gold  Mining Co .....
:-B. C. Syndicate, Limited 	
...Sorbin, J. E.	
.-Drumheller,  J.  L.  ...: ...
-Coast. & Cariboo Company ..- ...
...Cranston. .1. R. (Estate)  .....
���Kingsmill, Nicol	
-Forster. D. B.  :.......	
-'-.-Kloman, Joe & AVys, Godfrey	
...Sentell. E. B	
-Sorbin, J. E. ....-...'.	
...Sorbin, J. E .....
-..Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S,.
-Rossland La. Belle M.    &.    Dev.
co. '..���'. :...,.���....: : ....
...Powers, John ..-	
-Waterlow, G. S ...
...Estep, W. G. ..-	
-Canada Mutual. M. & Dev. Co. ���.
��� Little Jim Company 	
-Canada Mutual M: & Dev. Co. ...
-Forteath, S. & BarnesSJames ...
���R. Insinger & Ely, Smith ...
���Robinson, Calista E.'���:...- ���	
-Talbot,  E. W.	
-Waterlow, G. S	
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S..
���Coates, John ���....���	
- Miiinetonka G. Mining Company...
���Coast & Cariboo ComPany  ���
-Edgar Gold  Mining Company-	
���Leinss,  William  ���	
-���Drumheller,  J.  L;	
���Heinze Estate, F. A. -...;.��� .':....-..
...Bertonneau, Louis L: ���....:.........
-Schuster, W. S. Leo  ..:.......���..
-Heinze Estate F.,A.,..,... .........
���Insinger,  R. ; .-.���.' :'. ...
...Griffiths, W. M.  :.' ..���
...Mayflower G. M. Co. ��� .:..���..
-The Palo, Alto G. M. Co. :...:...
--Drumheller, J. L.-.-...-..:	
-Coast & Cariboo Co., Ltd.	
-Sorbin, J. E. ..:.: :.:.���:���.:..���
...Cranston, J. R. ...
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford '.....
-McCrea, W. S. .- ���-....���..-.
...Hosmer, C. R. ...:.- ....
-vGilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S.
...Rainy Day Mining Company .......
���Blockberger. F. R. :��� .........
-XJilmour, T. S. and Langford, H.
S. : ���....:: : :	
-B. C; Syndicate, Limited ..:...���-
....B. C. Standard M. & M. Co. ......
���Con. M. & S. Co. of Canada������
...Waterlow, G. S. ������....: :..���.,..
���Bank of Montreal et al	
..-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S.
���McLaren,   W.    H.    &    Nichols,
Frank .,.-. ���.���.:..,..���.. '.'...
���Drumheller, J. L. .���...:.
���Shine, P, C. & Bertonneau, L. L.
-Bank of Montreal et al.	
���Bank of Montreal et al. .
���Bank of Montreal et al.	
....B. C: Standard M. & M. Co. ......
....Reeder, Charles G. ..;...-. .-.���	
���Clement, Elsie I =	
���Thompson, S. G. .....' .-.
���Sentell; E. B. .::.���.::������...:-::,.::..
--Canada Mutual M. &. Dev. Co. .
:-Gilmpur,;T.;S.v&,Langford, h;;s.
���.Coast & 'Cariboo. Company. :...'���:..-.
���Paulson, J: W. ���'':.'.- :���:.���... :.:
,.-Gilmour,?T. S. & Langford, H. S
--Griffiths W. M. & Cameron, T. A.
--Cameron. T> A. &'_McCrea, W. S
:-Gilmour, T.--S. & Langford, H. S
.--Gilmour/TrS. & Langford, H. S
.^-DenoroiMines,' Limited --���*:.���-.::
���Stack."T; Wl:::& -McDonell,'-.Chris.::
.UCranston::J: R."fEstate) .���---;
���R.;Insinger & Ely^Smith. :X..X:..X.
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Taxes to 30th
Lot No.     June,   1918 Interest
$ 8.00      $   .84
1272
.2980
.5208
771
2672
539
G40
133S
1050
2119
3302
1226
1449
1499 .
3417
1049
641
1060
1275
.4073
.2724
.3781
.1504
.3844
.G904
.3603
.3218
.3030
.1124 .
. 729
. 959
.1931
.1043
.1992
.2685
.1989
.1500
.4203
.4674
. 643
.3300
.1286
.1274
.5217
.5724
.1694
.297G
.4071
.1173
.1783
. 797
.1617
.4201
.492G
. 799
.. 950
.4075
.5725
..- 733
-1625
..1956
.4917
..1783
..1957
.1339
..6216
..1954
..1290
..1199
..2195
..1676
-1784
..1955 .
..964
..4072
.3223
..1789
..1785
..1787
.4240
..1503
..4357
���5005
..3G02
..1990
..1156
-2720
-1288
-1213
..4927
..4916 '���
-1441;
..3397
-1822.
.1953
i'927.
-4204-
::3846
-1051
45.00
8.50
25.00
G.75
36.00
21.00
26.00
2G.00
33.75
12.25
9.50
71.75
58.75
C.56
19.50
16.00
26.00
33.75
G.25
18.50
12.50
G5.00
7.75
10.00
38.00
20.00
18.00
82.25
3G.00
11.25
2G.00
3.00
1.9.00
15.00
12.00-
64.50
7.75
38.00 .
2G.00
76.50
31.25
45.00
4.50
20.50
52.00
21.00
47.50
49.00
6.25
17.00
1.50
l.M
52.00
10.00
8.00
8.75
31.25
17.25
12.00.
29.25
10.00
9.75
12.00
6.25
-13.00
32.00
45.00
46.25
.47.50
17.50
33.75
23.50
9.00
34.00
.12.50
, 7.50.-
11.75
22.00
8.75
13.00
21.60
65.00
2.73
70.50
51.00
4.50
22.50
: 14.00
4G.00
40.00
23.00'
19.00
42.00
8.75
9.75
17.50
13.00
51.25
18:50
51.00
24.00
:  .50
18.50
65.00
9.00
44.75
18.00
24.00
37.50 .
,30.00.
.21.25
24.00:
22.00
21.00.
- i-11.75 ���
V-36.00
;'. 17.00;
::.58.75-;
.65.00.
:;.45.oo\
-"7:r.9.75E.
Xi 2.25:
:;    3.25!
4.25
.17
2.78
.14
3.9G
1.30
1.29
2.8G
4.73
.25
.19
14.33
8.19
.30
3.32
1.7G
1.30
2.70
.87
.93
.03
9.10
.16
.20
2.S3
3.16
.90
16.47
6.12
1.57
1.30   .
.15
2.07
1.67
.24
10.97
,16
4.18
���1.30
13.01
4.38
4.95
.10
1.02
4.95
3.57
6.C5
4.49
.13
'.85
.07
.07
5.72
1.05
.10
.17
4.38
1.38
2.04
2.35
1.09
.20
.24
.87
.26
3.58
4.9G
6.48
6.81
2.45
2.70
1:16
.36
3.84.
.62
.37,
.23
:     1.10
.17
.2G
.  1.05"
8.70
.05
13.01
5.61
.10
1.12
1.54
5.(11
7.92
:2.52 :
2.09
5.95
. .17
.20
��� . .87
1.43
7.17
.84
5.61
1.20
.75
9.10
.45
6.03
1.98
1.12
3.00
,3.30
���'���'2:89-
1:20
2.52
X:   1.05"
-   :23
3.96
: V1.85
8.22
:': 9.10
r::7.45::
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iXXlO'X
Costs
$2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2~.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
,2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75.
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
��� 2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2:75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
. 2.75..
2.75
2.75
.   2.75
. 2.75
2.75
2.75
. 2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
: 2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2/75
2.75
2.75
2:75
.2.75
2.75
.'2.75
2.75
2.75
2:75
2.75
2_75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75.
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/���3.75-r:
'2.75
7 2.75:
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Total
$11.50
52.00
11.42
30.51
9.G4
42.71
25.05
30.04
31.G1
41.23
15.25
12.44
88.83
69.69
9.55
25.57
20.51
30.05
39.20
9.87
22.18
15.SS
7G.85
10.G6
12.95
40.83
25.9i
21.65
101.47
44.S7
15.57
30.05
5.90
23.82
19.42
14.99
78.22
10.65
44.93
30.05
92.2G
38.38
52.7<Tt
7.35
24.27
60.47
27.32
5G.90
56.24
. 9.13
20.G0
:   4.32
4.32
G0.47
13.80
10.91
11.07
38.38
21.38
16.79
34.35
13.S4
12.70
14.99
9.87
16.01
38.33
52.71
55.48
57.00
22.90
38.20
24.71
12.11.
40.59
15.87.
10.62
14.73
25.S5
11.G7
16.01
24.80
���': 7G.15
5.55
.- 92.2G
59.3G
7.35
2G.37
18.29
.   53.76
50.67
28.27
:    23.S4
.. 50.70
���'11.67-
12.70
���21.12
17.18
61.17
22.19
59.36
' 27:95
3.25
22.00
76.85
12.15
53.53
22.73
'���':   27.S7
. I 43.26
���������������36.05
26.89
.27.95
27.27
X 24.30
"14.73
W42.71
.-.   21.6C
69.72
7 ; 76.85
Xi. 55.20
���V---'-12.69
'���������������:. 3.05
XXX 6.10
NAME OF CLAIM. ASSESSED OWNER.        ���       Taxes
Lot No.   June,
Addie    ., Paulson, G. A 1760
Ajax  Contact Gold Mines, Limited  1509
Ajax Fraction  Contact Gold Mines, Limited ........1512
Ajax Kerby, F. M. et al. ..._ .'....-1029-S
Alert    Kerby, Forbes M  930-S
Alto Fraction ��� Kerby, Forbes M  926-S
Alexandria    > Ashcroft, A. E. & Olmsted, E. D...2126
Alpha   McLaren, H. A 1204
American Eagle  McGuire, H. & O'Brien, J. T  722
Ammie Brown, Robert A 1247
Annie Lee  George, W. E., Wickwire, T. G.',
and E. T :���. 3339
Antelope Fraction   Kerby,  Forbes  M 9280
Arseno   Caporn, W. E  S51-S
Athelstan   Prendergast, W. J. et al 1325-S
Ax Kerby,  Forbes  M  927-S
Banner Fraction  Reid, F. W. & Whiteside, A. L 1012-S
Bay  Horse   Hallett, 1. H. & Davidson, I-I. R 1506
Bay  Horse   Mulligan, J. & Jackson, E. E  755-S
Bay  Horse  Fraction   Farrell, John J 1573
Beile of Ottawa  McColl,    Helen    J.,    Drew.    J.,
O'Connor, J & V 1343
Ben Hur No. 1 ..._ Rathmullen Con. M. & Dev. Co 1503
Bolts    McGee, Charles J 3056
Ben Hur Dempster, Charles  11S3-S
Big Chief  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate, Almond,
S. R. et al ;.  962
Blue Bell  Shaw, W., Stack, T*y W., McDonell,  Chris 2136
Boundary  Fraction   Vancouver   &   Boundary   Creek
Dev. &  M. Co 2613
Buller  Elliott, M. W 3242
Bullion   McMynn,  Mary T 1200
Burlington   Fraction   ...Mulligan,  John   757-S
Buttercup    Farrell, J. J 1490
California   Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et  al 2222
Calumet  Lye, Henry  1314
Carlotta  Poggi, James  2943
Central City  : Cayley, H..St. Q  957
Christina  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate  1350
City of Armstrong  Vancouver & Bdy. Creek Dev. &
M.  Co 3001
Colorado Boy  McOrmond, Sam   781-S
Columbia  Hahn, Gertie, Rumberger, G. W.
et al ��� 1157
Columbia  Chisholm, Archie   958-S
Contact ���. Contact Gold Mines, Limited" 1421
Daisy  Waterlow, G. S 1S05
Daisy Fraction  Waterlow, G. S. ., 1808
Daly   Contact Con. Mining Company 1510
Deadwood   Coryell, F, McDonald, A,'Wolf, P.. !>90-S
Delamar  McCartney, H. M 1346
Dempster Fraction    Dempster, Charles 1186-S
Denver  Jones, Olive B 2410
Derby -. Berths Con. Gold Mining Co 2223
Double Eagle Fraction  The Hartford Gold Mining Co 1329
Dykehead    Dempster,  Charles 1184-S
Early Dawn  Mulligan,  John  758-S
Earthquake    Earthquake Con. Mining Co 1339
Eagle    Richter, F. Estate  557
Eclipse  Cunningham, J. F., Smith, W. T.
Roberts, E. J  579-S
Eclipse  Kerby, Forbes M., & Lequime B... 925-S
Eganville  Prendergast, W. J., Boyce, J. &
Reeves, C. H 1016-S
El Rio  Lye,  Henry  :..��� 1213
Emma  Nels, Frank   307-S
Eugenie ..���-..���. Vancouver & Bdy Creek Dev. &
M. Company  2612
Evening Star  Fraser, J. K., & R. S 16S1
Evening Star  : Rogers, A��� Wolford, I. D., Kerby,
P.'.'-M. :  919-S
Fife  Dempster, Charles  1185-S
Florence    Boyce, Annie C  956-S
Florence Fraction  Averill, C. W., Rogers, A. L. &
Coe, A. G :  935-S
Glengarry  .'. ��� Contact Con. Gold^Mines, Ltd 2594
Golden Crown Fraction Hartford Gold Mining Co 1058
Golden Eagle Royal Victoria Gold Mining Co. ..1334
Golden Eagle -..Wood, Robert  11G4
Golden Horn Bennett, Elizabeth  2026
Hamfat Guess. H.  A.,  Garland,  Mary  &
McCrea, W. S.  1468
- Nagle,    Alice,    James    McBorin,
G. R. Naden et al 1002
 - The Hartford Gold Mining Co 1057 -
 -���The Hartford Gold Mining Co 10G1
 -.-Coast & Cariboo    Co.    &    Ner
Smith   , 2053
 Lye, Henry. .'.'859
 ��� Rathmullen Con. M. & Dev*Co....,1501
 -Richards, T H & Allan, William.. 592-S
 - McGee, Charles J : .3057
��� McDonald. A., Wolf, P. & Coryell,   F  589-S
 - -Cameron, D, A. & Schacht, R ..1G90
 ���Reid, F. W. & Whiteside, A. L. ���   SS-S
.���......Humming Bird B C Gold Min Co.,1369
-.: Colby, - Z ��� ....3232
 Denoro Mines, Limited 2210
 , -McArdle, J, Whiteside, A L et al 1330-S
 Jones, H. L., Ostroski, I., et al. 1059
...........Cook, Geo. & MclVtynn,'Mary, T. 2905
 Cook, George, Craig, W. W.  1259-S
Hard cash '.:	
Hartford    ���.....
Hartford Fraction
Hastings	
Heela -..-.���..'.	
Helen Ray.	
Helston   ...:..��	
Hesperus Fraction
Homesta.ke	
Homestake  -
Hot Air  ....
Humming Bird
Humphrey Davy ...
Iron Dollar ���	
I. X. L.	
J. & R..Fraction ....
Jim   ������..��� ���
Jim Fractional
John. Bull - ��� -���������-- ���John Bull Mines, Limited ������.2015
Jumbo ........
Junction City  '.	
June   ..;��� :	
June   : .���.
Keno. ..' ...'........' .....
Keystone ..-���... .....
Keywest  ���...
Lake View  ....������	
Lake Side	
Lancaster    : ...���.���
Laskay  ; ������
Lillie   K������.'..-. :....:	
Little Bertha  :...:.
Little Babe��� ���	
Lizzie '���..���..���-.:.':..������:������...,..���...:.:,'.
Lizzie L. Fraction ....:..:.'.'..
Lone Star .......-������:.���
London .���...._���	
Lone Pine  ���...> ���...
Lookout ..-...:	
Lookout ���.������.:-.���������
Loyal Canadian ....���...:���
Lucky Shot Fraction ...:..
Malta No. 1 ������..._.���..���.".
Mammoth   ..' : ���	
Maple Leaf .��� .....
Marinette   ....������...��� .'.
Martha May .���������.....
Mary B. .���-.���.
May ���:...:: ...���..-
Mecklenberg  ���	
Mecklenberg Fraction ......
Minnie ���������������������
Montana ���...���	
Montezuma .���..������:
Monte Carlo ���	
Monitor Fraction ��� ���:...	
Mono -.,���������:.X.:......ix...;���.���._
Mossback; :.��� ...
Mother Lode :.:	
Mother Lode Fraction,.'...
Mountain Monarch :---������
Mountain View... .'.'..:l.j...
Mountain View ....���:	
Mountain View Fraction :
Mountain View Fraction
Munster,':'..:.-..::���.:X..i.Xr.x.Xx.
��� Stroth, J. H., Downs, A. V., Ogil-
ive, O. K. ���:...:.:  342-S
 Royal Victoria Gold Mining Co 1352
...-'��� Savage,  A.  E :     92-S
 Lucani, A, Gri, Lugi, Copieetti, A 1404-S
 -McMynn, W. G. et al. ,... -.1319
 Rumberger, G. W��� Hahn, Gertie,
. et al ��� -. : : 1155
 Lye,   Henry    ...17G8
���'- Connor,  A."M.  (Estate)   &  Hal-
���-.:.���.::���:....:,:���2SG9   ���--.���
Estate,   &    Hal-
 :.'. : 2871
 '.....-. 307G
lett, I. H. :..
.Connor, A. M..
lett. I. H. ..
..McGee,   Charles
 ��� ...Royal Victoria Gold Mining Co 1351
 Fraser. J. S. C, Estate, et al....'  9G1
 -..:.'...: Little   Bertha   Con. Gold Min. Co... 959
 :.:..-' O'Brien, J. T. & McGuire, H 964
 Waterlow, G.  S : ..1804
���.���...���..Waterlow, G.  S. 1807
..'....' Kirk; T. J., & Harris, W. J. 2878
....: Prinsle, Joseph 2234
 : ���Reid. F. W��� Whiteside, A. L. &
Cook.  W. J ..-.. 1100.S
 ���.Reid, F. W. ���:.:-....-     89-S
 ..Intram, R. & Halbeis, W. ...���.....2204
������ :Clark. Ella & Hay, Charles 1608
...:...- ..���.Carson, Julius C. : ....:..:.. 53G-S
.���.���.- Rathmullen Con. M. & Dev. Co. ..1500
--.. -..-..'....Olmsted, E. D. et al  .-. 1410
������.���.'.; Rathmullen Con. M. & Dey. Co..:-1502
 .- .-���John Bull Mines, Limited���. 2052
���.���- Waterlow, G. S.  X..J. : 1806v
 ......'.���: Fraser. J. S.C, Estate :..: 1508
 '. : Evans, I, J. ..���-���;...���. 1409
 Wallis, C. S., & Brown, Annie M...1045
: Wallis, C. S., & Brown, Annie M...1046
.:...,... :...Averill. G. W. '& F. W. & Traun-
���   '.': weiser, A. ..���.���: ..-��� 1096
.���.....���...-Rumberger, G.W., Hahn, Gertie
et al. ':...:...- ...��� ...���,.- :i318
 Cayley,  H.   S ���.:...-....:....' 28l2
: .....McGuire,\'; Hugh --:---:.:..::::. 721
.......  ..:.Averill, G. W., Rogers, A.' L., &
XX XX vCoe, A. G. ..��� ������:--���.���. 934-S
...-----.-..-Savage, A E. & Pare. Peter A Z-2205
....���.���.���--.Downs. A. V., &..Stroth, J.' H.  343-S
 ;..;.......The Contact Gold Mines, Ltd.  1508
 The Contact Gold Mines, Ltd 1511
 ;.0'Connor, JuIia.Drew, G. E:, ct al-1314  .
������....���Schiefele. L., & Lyons, Pat  :.' 1533    :
..-���..    The Contact Gold: Mines, Ltd. ..,.2592.
. ...   ..'.-. ......The Contact Gold Mines, Ltd. ���2593
 .���--Mann; D. D.���'..' ,.-....���..' ,...,... .1710
''-.���'���������;���   Lequime. B., Whiteside, ,D.,--Ker-'..'-.
XX. Xy   by,  F.;. M..::..-.;-���::.-----..:_-��� 923-S
XX xyyy      -Atwood, C. A.  S.,  McCallum,; J.x'i-
XyXXx A.,:'et ahr-:';������-������:���...-������-..577-s'
to 30th
1918
$12.50
10.25
2.50
16.50
63.75
21.25
12.50
9.25
55.00
G0.00
55.00
27.50
24.00
20.00
65.00
.50
45.00
78.00
2.50
91.00
6G.50
43.00
45.50
21.00
12.25
1S.75
52.00
11.75
54.00
52.50
52.00
10.25
65.00
48.75
2S.00
���38.00
12.50
52.00
33.75
9.00
12.25
5.00
9.25
27.00
62.50
2.50
78.00
26.00
1.00
63.75
72.00
52.00
10.50
8.25
78.00
6.00
7.50
52.00
G2.25
11.00
65.00
42.50
G.75
11.25.
4.00
.50
58.50
78.00
3G.00
50.00
3G.25
12.25
9.50
78.00
10.00
42.00
45.00
28.00
36.00
45.00
14.00
17.00
7.25
62.50
61.25
40.00
51.00
55.50
9.25
52.00
50.00
6.00
13.00
9.50
21.00
12.25
33.75
. ��� 6.25
30.00
35.00
39.00
19.00
38.75
8.00
6.00
78.00
58.75
18.50
25.00
.52.00
1L00
91.50
78.00
- 13.00
73.50
13.00
11.50
4G.25
49.00
62.50
13.75
104.00
22.00
.   30.75
61.25
15.00
11.50
41.00
13.00
.50
- 42.00
-.- 42.00
12.00
:-r'7.:9.75
Xii 3.00
.;;':"42.50"
���5.00
Interest
$   .25
.20
.05-
.82
8.91
2.97
.25
.18
7.70
8.40
7.70
3.85
1.20
1.00
9.04
e!39
13.26
.32
18.20
9.85
4.72
6.47
1.05
.25
2.93
5.70
.23
9.18
7.33
5.70
.20
9.09
6.81
3.08
4.18
.25
5.79
2.49
.18
.24
.10
.16
4.58
8.87
-.42
13.26
1.29
8.92
11.92
5.71
1.78
.17
13.26
.12 ,
.15
5.71
7.88
.22
9.09
5.95
.13
1.58
.08
11.72
13.26
. 4.00
5.50
4.84
.24
.16
13.26
.20
4.92
6.30
3.10
5.99
7.65
.70
.84
.14
8.75
6.60
4.45
5.60
9.41
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.26
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8.30
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12.55
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6.45
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1.93
2.81
2.94
8.57
1.99
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8.19
7.08
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.17
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23.75
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69.60
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62.58
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60.46
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9.62
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Deprived of Jam
People Waiting   for New   Scale   of
Prices
. One thing that more than any other upsets the British breakfast table,
likewise the British digestion, and
even shakes the nation's belief that
"things are going on just as well as
can be expected," is thc present
shortage of jam.
���Many complaints that jam, though
visible hi thc shops, is not purchasable, have bccii heard within the last
few weeks. Would-be customers
have been told that no more jam
would be sold-until the food ministry had annouiicecd a ncw scale of
jam prices.
A largc firm which has nineteen
branch stores in London told its customers that it is receiving jam from
wholesalers on condition that it bc
withheld from customers until new
prices arc fixed by the jam department of thc food ministry, and retailers who arc anxious to satisfy
their customers have been obliged to
hoard their jam supplies in deference
to thc proviso.
The British public must console itself with the fact that a good supply
of jam will be available as. soon as
the controlled prices arc issued, and
every household must do its best to
put by home made jam for the certain time of shortage in the winter.
No Cane Sugar Permitted
All Iced Cake   Must    Comc    From
Maple Tree
Time was when Canadian fruit
cake, pound cake, layer cake, etc.,
was made "pound .for pound." During the past few months confection-
cry manufacturers have been struggling with thc problem of making
first class cakes with only 60 pcr
cent, of sugar to the pound. Now
thc problem is intensified and they
are ordered to make cake with only
40 pcr cent,  sugar.
Icing cakes, as may be imagined,
is a great source of worry. The few
cakes that sport chocolate or nutty
tops are made with maple sugar, for
no cane sugar is permitted for this
purpose. The Canadian production
of maple sugar is limited in spite of
the efforts on the part of the food
board to increase the make last
spring, and the additional demand
from confectioners has already made
serious inroads into existing supplies.
Lots of maple sugar will havc to
bc made next season- if wc are to
havc cakes at all in Canada!
Two Sizes���50c and $1
Don't let your complexion
get run down thru lack of care.
The heat of the kitchen, the
daily round of housework,
the flying dust in the air all
the time, as well as natural causes,
will rob you of youth and attractiveness If you don't take care of
your complexion. Use Ingram's
Milkweed Cream daily. It is- the
only emollient that has a distinctive remedial, therapeutic effect on
the skin tissues. It cleans, softens
and gives health and color to the
complexion.
Every woman suffers at timea from
.oillness and shinintss of the skin.
A light touch of Ingram's Velveola
Souveraine Face Powder (50c) will
overcome this condition and also
conceal the little imperfections of
tbe complexion. Other Ingram
toilet aids, including Zodenta for
the teeth (25c) at your drug store,
A Picture
With Each Purchase
Each time you buy ��� package of
Ingram's Toilet Aids or Perfume
yom druggist will give you, without
charge, a large portrait of a world-
famed motion picture actress. Each
time you get a different portrait bo
you make a collection for your
home.   Ask your druggist.
F. F. IngramjCompany
Windior, Ontario
A Very Sinister Person
Crown Prince More tiangerous Than
Kaiser
The Crown Prince is clever ���
amazingly so. His face does not
���how it Hc has been, caricatured to
represent a rabbit. There is no denying that his features look weak
He has often been photographed
grinning in a silly way; but thc grin
can be sinister too. For Frederick
Wilhclm is one of thc most dangerous and sinister men in the world.
Because of his skill as an actor, because o/ his ruthless ideas on divine
right, because of his recklessness, of
his lack of religious fear-���which fear
his father lias���the-.Crown Prince is
a much more dangerous man than thc
kaiser.--'Christian Science Monitor,
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Think .wrongly, if you please; but
in all cases think for yourself.���testing.
Allowances Made Equal
Thc anomaly which dates back to
the days of Trafalgar, of paying the
dependents of the man in the navy a
smaller allowance than.to relatives of
men of similar ranks in the military
forces^ has been -rectified. Hitherto
this difference in pay has been defended by thc admiralty authorities,
one of thc .reasons given being the
alleged greater chance of promotion
in the navy. Public opinion has forced thc navy authorities to give way,
and in future Jack will bc on a level
with Tommy in regard to his wife's
allowance.
Asthma Overcome. The triumph
over asthma has assuredly come.
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy
has proved thc most positive blessing the victim of asthmatic attacks
has ever known. Letters received
from thousands who have tried it
form a testimonial which leaves no
room for doubt that here is a rcal
remedy. Get it today from your
dealer.
Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget   in
Cows.
Weeds for Hun Food
South Africa's Fine Part
There Is No End To Giving
Stay-at-homes are Asked   "Only    to
Give Money, Not Their Lives
Is there no end to giving? There
is not���until the great end. Thc
best line that rny advertiser in the
United States ever wrote was the
line: "While some one gives his
life, \.hat arc you giving? Think a
minute."
What arc you giving, you who run
loose and go about your virtually undisturbed affairs? What are you giving when you think a minute of the
fellows who fight Germans and cooties, rats and trench fever, gas and
shrapnel, mud and filth, and endure
atrocious suffering or miserable discomfort?
What havc you given or what can
you give? Thc demands upon your
money do comc rapidly. It .is the
way they have to come.. It represents the pressure which must be
put upon. Even ��� this pressure is
an indication of our own good fortune. You are here, being asked
for your money but not your life..
This is thc way in which the
loose coin of thc nation is shaken
out of its pockets; the fashion in
which lose habits arc ironed out
and community discipline imposed.���
From thc Chicago Tribune.
Warts on thc hands is a disfigurement that troubles many ladies. Hoi-
loway's Corn Cure will remove the
blemishes  without pain.
Not Limited to Achievements on Her
Own Borders
South Africa has conquered more
German territory than all the allies
combined. German Southwest and
German East Africa are huge areas
of rich country only lacking development.
But South Africa's contribution to
the war is not limited by her achievements on her own borders. She raised 40,000 troops for these campaigns,
but she sent 60,000 to other war theatres including Europe. She suppressed one rebellion of her own citizens
and she pn /cnlcd another gaining
headway. She has built miles upon
miles of ncw railways and now controls the second largest railway sys*;
tern under one management in the
world. She has become self-supporting and food shortage is unknown.
Her exports to Great Britain of
maize, wool and leather have grown
enormously.���From the Vancouver
World.
Luxury-loving German General   Had
Recipes for Soldiers' Mess
In Ersey, one of the towns captured, thc German general quartered
there has a mess hall fitted out with
fine furniture,, a hotel range, fine
china and silverware, which were all
left behind. The officers of his staff
had individual coffee cups with the
Iron Cro.ss and pictures of the kaiser and Hindenburg on them. Two
silver forks with Hindenburg's likeness engraved on thc handle had been
used by the general. The general
had electric lights and call buttons,
and an elaborate assortment of food.
Thc haste of the flight is shown by
the fact that hc left behind two cases
of boche beef. In the office of this
same luxury-loving general were
found largc numbers of copies of
a pamphlet for distribution to the
soldiers, telling how to usc weeds
for food. A long list of weeds is set
forth as good enough for food. There
was a recipe to make soup from
nettles and salad from sorrel, and
many other recipes of the same sort.
At the bottom thc leaflet said thc
soldiers should develop thc use. of
weeds for food, adding: "This will
bc valuable after the war." !
Captured letters said the Amen-}
cans were in the war as a sporting
proposition, and regarded it as a big
picnic, ami regretting thcy did not
cast their lot with the Germans,
and expressing wonder why thc
nth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, *J ther A mcri.-nns ,\[(\ 110l nirk -i winnpr and
annot reach the scat ol the disease. Catarrli -^"eiuans (11(1 nol picK .1 v inner and
u u local disease, greatly influenced by ton- Side with tllc kaiser. One letter fiorn
ttitutional conditions, and in order to ture il an officer's wife took liim to task for
��ou must U'lte an internal remedy. Hall's j rrrMr,���c| ,-ntiiiir wilh lirr for -i<;1,-irur
Catarrh      Cure   is   taken     internally   and   art. i ".moilM! ailUK      Willi      I1CI    lOr   asking
War Dogs to Be Dropped
In thc opinion of thc United States
G. II. Q, the Avar dogs' days arc over. The dogs have performed heroic
tasks, but after consultation- with
French arm}' experts it was decided
to drop thc idea of establishing
American army kennels. It is not
generally known that large numbers
of the dogs attached to thc f-rench
and British armies have died
through being gassed. They could
not refrain from scratching' holes in
their gas masks.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
Let Cuticura Save Your Hair
Onretiring, comb the hair out straight,
then make a parting, gently rubbing in
Cuticura Ointment with the end of the
finger. Anoint additional partingsuntil
the whole scalp has been treated.
The next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water."
Sample Each Fre�� by MaiL  AddresspOit-
card: "Cuticura. Dept N, Boston, UAA.
Sold by dealers throughout the world.
DOESN'T HURT A SPECK
LIFTS OUT SORE CORNS
The discovery of a London scientist that oxydizing the surface of
glass lessens its reflecting power has
led to the invention of lenses which
transmit more light than normally.
Not His Function
"I want to know," said the grim-
faced woman, "how much money my
husband drew out of the bank last
week."
"I cannot give you that information, madam," answered thc man in
the cage.
"You're the paying teller, aren't
you?"
"Yes, but I'm not the telling pay-7
er,"���Boston  Transcript.
My, but it's glorious relief you get
for a crusty old corn when you touch
it with a drop or two of Putnam's
Extractor. Mighty quick action on
corns is what you get from Putnam's;
it sure is a regular cure���acts on a
ncw principle���dissolves the calloused parts, shrivels up the com so you
can peel it off with your fingers. No
pain or soreness cither when using or
afterwards. Putnam's is guaranteed
to lift out any corn. Costs but a
quarter at any drug store.
The Channel Tunnel
of
OGD HEALTH is as necessary to the winning of the war as good guns,
good shells and good airplanes.
And it is not alone the health of the
soldier that is important, for this ia
watched and guarded as never before. But
there is the health of the people at home,
who are manufacturing and sending forward thc supplies which make it possible
to continue the fight.
Men and women have never in the
world's history carried such mental and
physical burdens as they do to-day.
From Ministers of State, Commis-
Bloner?j . Manufacturers, all the way
througn'"cho enormous staffs of men and
women workers, there are problems to be
solved and schedules to be lived up to that
mean enormous anxiety and strain on the
nervous system,
It is under these conditions that many
resort to the use of narcotics to produce
sleep or stimulants to whip up the tired
nerves. Ih either case the temporary help
is obtained at an enormous expense to the
nervous system.
The only rational treatment is that
which goes to build up new nerve cells
and new nerve force, and supreme in this
class is Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Most people know about this food cure,
but all do not realize that it has revolutionized the treatment of diseases of the
nerves by the new idea of supplying tp
the blood the elements which go to the
creation of nervous energy and vigor.
The most common indications of nervous exhaustion are inability to sleep and
rest, failure of digestion and loss of appetite, nervousness and irritability. You
arise tired in the mornings, and are easily
annoyed ��ver little things. You put off
the duties of the day because you lack the
energy to take hold and clean them up.
It is evident that you must have .help to
overcome this condition, and there is nothing so sure to befriend you as Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food.
For your protection the portrait and signature of A. W. Chase, M.D., the famous
Receipt Book author, are oh every box of
the genuine Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. 50c
a box, 6 for |2.75, all dealers, q?E5dman-
son, Bates & Co., Ltd., Toronto.
Would   Set  Free . 1,500,000   Tons
- Shipping
Is not now the time  to begin  the
construction  of the  Channel   tunnel?
Had it been begun when applied for
in 1907, it would have been in operation throughout- thc war.    Had     it
been begun  when    permission     was
again applied for in 1913, it    would
now bc in operation and would be one
of the greatest single factors in_ winning the war.   The British admiralty
more than a ycar ago stated that 6,-
000,000 soldiers had been carried back
and forth across the Channel; and hi.
Sartiaux. says that thc total number
of passengers    across    thc    Channel
Since thc outl.-cak of  the  war     exceeds 20,000,000.    The  animals, vehicles, munitions, supplies of all kinds
arc  counted by the millions of tons.
The   amount  is   not  beyond  thc   capacity of thc tunnel;  but it requires
the    use    of probably  1,500,000  tons
of shipping���at a time when there is
danger  that civilization  may  bc lost
for  lack of ships.    Who shall     say
how long the war will lqst?    Few if
any  well-informed  men  expect  it  to
end in less than two years. Germany
is financially bankrupt, but economically self-supporting, especially  since
acquiring an unlimited supply of petroleum at Baku; and Germany is now,
;as.she  was  over  a".ycar ago,  "balked but not defeated," It is ..quite conceivable, lhat thc. war may last many
more than two years.    By employing
���modern methods, the tunnel may possibly bc built in less than three years.
It might perhaps bc finished in time
to be a large factor in winning    the
war.   But even if not, it can certainly
be built in time to be a most important  clement  in   rebuilding the  world
after  the  war.    The  need for    ships
will  continue  long after peace      has
been concluded, and it will  bc many
years   before   the   losses   by     suhui.t-
rincs havo been replaced. During'that
lime the tunnel will set free 1,5.00,0.00
tons''of shipping.
In.what manner docs, lhc .question
of thc Channel tunnel'interest us'in
America? The answer-is that it interests ns immensely in ^consequence
of our relations to the war. Wc have
not only entered'.the war, but have
given the most iolcmn pledges that
wc will stay in until it is satisfactorily concluded.' It is rapidly becoming
evident that, after thc conclusion' of
peace, its preservation will -depend,
for several generations to conic, upon
community of action, between .Trance,
Great Britain, Belgium and thc United States. These countries arc determined not only to win this war,
but to win.it in such a maimer that
:t shall be followed by a durable
peace.. Germany, on. the other hand,
looks forward to a truce, to be followed in due course by other wars;
and her press constantly-'puts forward
thc statements that this thing must
be done or that thing intist not be
done so that in future wars Germany
can fight to better advantage-tliaii
in the present war. .'Anything, therefore, 'which brings France, Great
Britain and Belgium closet together,
politically and economically, is a
step towards preservation1 of peace
in -which we in the -United . : States
arc vitally interested. It can hardly
be questioned that 'continuous ������' rail
connection between .Great Britain and
France ahd Belgium will' greatly facilitate a closer, union.���Major Gcn-
ersl Greene in The Yale Review for
July.   '.. ��� ���      X.XlX..
must Ulce an internal remedy. Hall's
atari-h Cure is taken internally and act��
through llie blood on the mucous turtaces
)l the system. 1Jall's Catarrh Cure was pre*
xribcd by one of the best physiciani in this
country lor years. It is composed of some
���i the best tonics known, combined with
tome ol the best blood purifiers. Tbe per-
(ect combination of the ingredients in Hall's
Catarrh Cure is what produces such woudcr-
lul results in catarrhal conditions. Send lor
testimonials, tree.
F. J.  CUENEV  & CO.,  Trops.,  Toledo. O.
All Utuggisu, 75c
Hall's family   Pills for constipation.
The Power of the
British Navy in Germany
People Have to Pinch and Scrape for
All Materials
How thc iron grip of the British
navy now requires Germany to pinch
and scrape for raw materials for
munitions and other sinews of war
is confessed in a remarkable article
in thc oovcrnincnt North German
Gazette. The Berliner Tagcblatt describes it as the most "unblushing"
avowal of Germany's plight yet
made, and welcomes it as "preferable
in every way to the usual rose-tin ted
assura.iccs."    It says:
"That war is a brutal, TCmorsclcss
thing comes home daily to cvery one
of us nowadays in our very flesh and
bones. Our ner- jsities compel- us to
use every ounce that our soil can
yield, and every scrap of raw material .hat wc can lay hands on in
Germany, or secure by hool: or crook
from abroad, for the one great object of holding our own against thc
resources of a whole world. Thc
comfort of those at home must take
second place. The duty devolves upon
us of sacrificing the last ton of copper and nickel, of zinc or aluminium,
for the army; to bring forth the
leather needed for man and horse,
even if our children have to go barefooted sr wear wooden shoes. Every
ounce of wool from the backs of
German sheep must be utilized to
clothe our men in the field, and textiles confiscated must be turned into
shirts and underwear  for  them.
"The resources of our soil must
bc exploited on - the most intensive
scale. Whole new industries must be
created, others restricted or converted, substitutes devised of almost
every sort, and their production facilitated. All these things necessitate far-reaching interference with
our normal economic life in thc interests of the ' dividual aud of the
commonwealth alike,"
700 marks, for a ncw dress, saying
that was thc cheapest she could get
it under the prevailing' high prices
in Berlin.
In a captured document is a very
formal note signed "Wilhclm,-' calling on all good Germans to mourn
for eight days thc death of the brave
and illustrious ally, thc Sultan of
Turkey.
THE BUSINESS WOMAN
Today, more than ever before, is
woman opportunity. Many new occupations arc now opened to her,
which, before the war, she was deemed unfitted to fill. And truth to tell
she has risen to the opportunity, and
now shares many business responsibilities in former times confined to
men. But, as women arc subject to
more frequc. i fluctuations ot health
than men, many will be handicapped
early, if thcy regard their health requirements too lightly.
The nervous strain, long hours and
prolonged mental or physical fatigue
thin thc blood and weaken the nerves. Such conditions as women arc
now called upon to undergo can only
be endured by a full-blooded constitution. This is as true for men as
for women, only weaker women Suffer soonest. The woman worker, in
any line, requires her blood replenished frequently. Shc needs new, rich
blood to keep h. health under the
trying conditions of business life,
and to fortify her system against the
effects of overwork. This applies also to the woman in the home, who,
perhaps, has more worries and anxieties than usual. So let all girls and
women take heed and renew their
blood promptly at thc first approach
of pallor, lack of_ appetite, headache
or backache. This can be best and
most effectively accomplished "by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills which
make new, rich blood and thus help
womankind so perfectly.' No woman
need fear failure of health if thcy
take these pills occasionally to keep
them well, or give them a fair trial
if thcy find themselves, run down.
You can get Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills through any medicine dealer or
by mail at 50; cents a box or six
boxes for $2.50 from Tlic Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviile, Out.
Mobilizing Woman Power
Will Need 2,000,000 to Take Place of
Men
It is estimated that 600,000 women
have so far in the war displaced men
in American industries. This is a
small number compared witb the 4,-
538,000 women of Great Britain who
arc engaged upon war work. It is a
very puny army, compared with ihe
8.000,000 who would have to bc enlisted for the industries if wc maintained thc British proportion. Before
the middle of next summer, thc war
women must bc mobilized to take the
place of men, or there will be a
slump in the manufacture of war material. The draft of the 21-31s continues to strip factories of needed
workmen. The ncw draft will take
thousands more men. At thc came
time, the newly built plants for munition making arc finished, and ask
for their quota of wage-earners. . . .
Manufacturing, mining, transportation���thcy arc all speeding up ... t
There is only one way out of the
difficulty. The reservoir of feminine
energy must be tapped .... The
federal government ought to begin
at once to make it clear to every
one that women must be leaned upon
to make the industries go, to arrange
for their serious instruction, to place
them where the war boards think
they ought lo be.
Its Virtue Cannot Be Described.���
No one can explain the subtle power
that Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil possesses. The originator was himself
surprised by the wonderful. qualities
that his compound possessed. That
hc was the benefactor of humanity is
shown by thc myriads that rise in
praise of this wonderful. Oil. So familiar is everyone with it that it is
prized as a household ��� 'medicine everywhere
The Retort Courteous
"Vou know," said 'the.-lady whose
motor car had run.dowh a man, "you
must have been walking very carelessly. I am a.very careful driver.
I have been driving a car for. seven
years.''
"Lady, you've got nothing on mc.
I've been walking for lifty-four
years.''-
Power of London's  Police
Accidents Frequent
In Old Country
One Death for Each    116,200    Miles
Travelled
Members of the royal flying corps
in Canada average only one fatality
for every 116,280 miles thcy travel,
according to official figures made
public by Major S. A.^Hargraft, in
charge of Winnipeg district. In all,
Canadian flights have totalled 813,-
960 miles, a distance equal to 34
times around thc globe.
In England accidents are far more
frequent, these figures show. For
the purpose of preparing statistics,
the total number of flights and casualties throughout the entire royal
air force, during a certain period,
were obtained. Similar statistics
were obtained from training squadrons operating in England. In the
royal air force in Canada, there were
36,253 flights, -with 13,566 hours flying, during which time there were
59 crashes, 36 of which were admissions to hospital. The English
statistics give 9,000 flights, with 4,-
000 hours flying, during which there
were 58 crashes, 16 of which wcr��
admissions to hospital.
Majesty of Traffic Police Is Imposing Spectacle
The -Loudon police force has ever
been tlie admiration of all visitors to
the empire's metropolis. Foreigners
especially are always greatly impressed by. the splendid physique and
calm air of authority and power possessed by these men. Naturally a
great number of thcin have been
drafted into the army, and those who
still. remain or. dutv in tli
id the
tlirco
Tlie now familiar "Some\* here in
France," receives elucidation at the
hands of a Britisii soldier . after this
fashion:;;'���'���; "L am ������sorry'' I .cannot .tell
you: where I: ani,-jbecause I.ain .not
allowed;;to eay; ;But;r::Ir venture to
state "that XI am not "where I_ tys?, but
where ;I was b/fore; 1 left here to go
where-1:'have- jvst corr.c .froii."
Minard's   I.ir.ir.K'nt   Co.,' Limited.
Gentlemen���Last winter I received
great benefit from, tlie usc oi" MINARD'S LIXIMKNT in a.severe attack of LaGrippe, and 1 have, frequently proved it to be very effective
in cases oiTntlanimation.-'-
Yours.
AY. A.   Hl'TOHINSOX. '
lis have had almost as great perils to
face, from ��� the frequent ' German
bombing raids.
It was in 1SJ9 that Sir Robert' Feci
founded the  force, and  it  was    from
his  name,  of.  course,   thai   the     nickname's : of. "bobby"''-and   "pecier"'.   arc
derived.     Willi- their headquarters in
Scotland  Yard,  the  area under  their
jjtiridiction extends for a dUiaiicc.    of
{fifteen miles "in  all  directions     from
Charing .Cros's.-  The city -of'London
proper.- however, .has. a .f-rp.'irnt'v police force of its own,  with   a  dUtiiic-
! five uniform, of whieh the .rolled hcl-
I met  is the most conspicuous  feature,
| Before the war there. w ere ovi-r ' 1S-
A Sea Surprise
It may be early days to renri-
reader that Germany iias^
strings to her bow���her military offensive; her peace offensive, and her
navy, Be sure that when, and _ if,
the two first have definitely failed,
the third string will bc pulled, and
be sure that the Germans are preparing, and will endeavor to spring
!upon us a. tactical surprise by sea, as
.x. .. Oi.-t-- y tiit; j    Luu    uj     iuuu,    ciiiu    tin,,    uus     mil
not be unconnected wilh some new
usc of the mine, submarine, aud torpedo boat.
000 m
on on
in"
lhe Met-
'ai.o'ut
300
. in
ihe
pativ'.I
thr
io   :ot
al-
lC'C'l    A
;U(
Didn't Need Telling
were very    tine,   pearls,
They were very    line.-pearls,    but
somehow Jones', friend  scented   halfhearted-in- his  appreciation  of thcii1.. j ppf
-".Matij" .'lie cried, when Mrs:  Jones 'ti;^
from   thc  room,   "\vl
SKe.;ir-!!t o:
ropolitan police. Their are
mounted officers ;ti!aehr,l..
force, whuM? duty i; is io
outer subdivisions, and wl
ways conspicuous at'lhc .liii
functions, procession?, etc.
The civility..-, of lhc Metropo
policeman .'is provf rbi.ii, he ,:'-.cl
a.kind oi" information bureau fc;
bewildered pedestrians, and it
tine'sight '.to 'sec lhc courteous
most knightly besting o{ o'n'c
these stalwarts Lio'w��rds.' uir
woni.cn'or little children:' The'
jesty of the traffic pilot :Vs  he  I
by tho mere
donstlv
iii.iit
s as
' thr,
is ���"
, ;tl-
.   of
V;H1S
. uia-
loldis
Hovvcll-
-You
thi
nk
vou
are
pretty
sharp.
Fowcll-
-I'm
sha
rp
en fl
igh
to   cut
your acqi
aintancc.
'     ;
had  gone  from   the  room,   "why .did I j.oiidon   Hiorot:
you give your wife a pernd  necklace ' ;,.jr 'spectacle. '
for .her birthday?  'Do y.ou know tiiut I yolic'c is most'
pearls mean tears:"'      _. .-��� :-.'.'- i appearance  of
"Should think-1  do!'  was   thc  en-1 scene   of   anv
swer.    "She cried till she got-'cui"
Montreal Herald.
raising of
'    traffic-
^.)mWsi%
mimnmi%
$xmiMx0x
l"J>IX[X.lXX'Xx'XXy: ���������-i^SW
���and,
packed.-, -.traffic-   of  the
:.;;!'��� Iar< s,   is   an   impos-
'J'l'.c .power   i-i'     llic
remarkable. The. Tu.ere ���
an    officer ..upon  the ;
.disturb'aru'C,'no'.-nutt-j'
���ter. how- rough  the ��� i.ii-ighl>o'rii'ood,  'X.\
! usually' mi flick nt   to .quell -ii-'witiiout j
.resort -to  violence;   for   the.    hardiest;
criminal would-hesitate :o match'his I
craft'-or might ragains;.. a ref n-s'-niii- j
tivc  of: the  force,  knowing  that  be-1
hind   him   is'-llic- \yl.olc   strength'-   of!
British -law; which would never  rest
till justice" had beer. done���Hamilton
Spectator.
Aviators' Slang
The British airman Is an adept at
inventing slang terms. The latest
additions to the vocabulary- of the R.
A.F.arc "To blind," is to "dash along;
at a reckless, unseen pace; "to go
dis," is to break down; "banking" ie
shelling;:''insurance :sgeiitf."::are���'-... enemy bombing planes; -.while-v"anX attack- ;c��;: severe;.vertical: gusts "U the
feeling that,;follows the explosion of
a7*!iell.,beforc: one reaHaca.-w'hetfcfr it
ia: high -'expIo��'v��.-alo'r,e''''or~hifh;' ex-
plo'siv.c'-.'.'iritl gs* :rnixed.;:'7;.'';-;';:.:.;
Whcnthe
mornin^cupis
unsatisfactory
suppose you make
a change from
the old-time
beverage to the
snappy cereal
drink
INSTANT
POSTUM
���,������"./.��� you'll be
surprised at its
cheering, satisfying qualities
and xleltaMrful
flavor. It's all
health ��� no
caffeine.
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THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
t
HE LEDGE
fo a year strictly iu advance,   or $2.50
: -li'not paiil for three months.    If not
X\ for until the end of the year it is $3
'.:; :a\vays ��2.50 a  year to  the  United
a tea in advance.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financier-
The Penticton Herald complains,
because a traveler from Toronto
took $400 worth of orders for job
printiug in that town, without paying for a trader's license. This
trader's license scheme is a farce
as far as protecting B. C. printers
is concerned. Town otllcials are
usually too lazy or indifferent to
pay any attention to it. Then
there i.s no aense or reason for people in the west sending east for
printing. The Ledge does job
printing cheaper than eastern
firms, in order to benefit humanity
in these^days, when uearly everybody is down on bis knees, praying
[or more money and less service.
An Amateur M. D.
The blue cross 11:cans that
vour subscription is due, and
that the editor would hc pleased
to have more money.
ADVERTISING RATES
���nijuent  Co-Owner Notices $25.00
.1 and Oil Notices     7 00
-ay Notices 3.00
��� 's of Thanks         1.00
ific.ite of Improvement  12.50
..re   more   than  one claim ap-
- ii- notice,   $5.00 for   each ad-
r.al claim.)
������.':! other ler;i_ ailvei'tiMii^,   12 cents a
,ntst insertion, and   Scents a line for I Causes   AppreheilSiOIl
',    subsequent    insertion,    nonpane' 1 x l
-  MIK-tlt. I
The immediate future of copper,
lead and zinc is naturally causing
much anxiety among aperators of
the Northwest and it is the general opinion that there will be a
sharp readjustment before stabilization can reasonably be expected.
The decline in copper stock quotations on the New York Exchange
undoubtedly reflects that fear and
ife is well to remember that the
"sharps" of Wall Street have always been several weeks ahead of
the public during war times and
have invariably been right. Copper producers are already endeavoring to meet tho new conditions
and it is generally believed that
that there will be no bad break before the end of the year. When
tho market is released from government fixed price, however, we
look for decline, aud possible de-'
In nearly all places,   where the|moralization, until  permanent re-
"Let me kiss those tears away,"
he begged tenderly.
She fell in his arms, and he was
busy for the next few minutes,
and yet the tears flowed on.
"Can nothing stop them?" he
asked breathlessly ead.
"No," she murmured; "It's hay
fever you know. But go on with
the treatment."���Judge.
>
"���" . __���'.___ __..j _.	
postal rates   should at once
im the pre-war level.
!���::;!'.   the   Flu   killed 50, fear
f<K>!i.-lnies3  killed a thousand.
;\ N'i-iiAiiV  to  reports,   there   is
ill :-uino Knglisji spoken   in  Sas
katchewan.
Who Told You That
Tin; days in December should
bo lengthened. Perhaps the press
ceitr-or cau do it.
Whk.n doctors and medicine fail
to get a boy out of a sick bed, just
try bringing a circus to town.
ban was lifted the Flu has become
recnuk scent and more active than
the first wave. Ban not lest ye he
banned.
Tiik sending of food to Germany
and other couutries furnishes the
profiteers with a good excuse, for
keeping the price of  goods on the
top shelf.
Tin-: Flu is the latest excuse for
getting drunk. It used to be toothaches, summer complaints, etc. iu
:Uo days when, the poor barkeep
bad to Svear diamonds to make his
girl love. him.
DtrtMNc; the late war thousands
;-f-people in the United States have
discovered Canada. Many of
ihi'M thought it was an island
���where Ihey hived dumb mission-
p.ries, pea-soup fiends, aud remit-
tauce men.:
. (h i-:it CO priests iu the west have
a?ked. President Wilson, while he is
���overseas, to do his best to have
Trelaiid made free. Free of what?
'���v-ireiy the priests are not thinking
' abdicating; in the land of spuds,
..���jitter milk ancl fine linen.
In Vancouver the police are al-
ys raiding. Chinese gambling
n.-: This fall the Chinese were
..'���iinbliiig for Victory bonds on the
���ire'et, and the police applauded
'Vein. ���;Must puzzle the. Chinks tb
���'rasp Christian civilization.
\)o  nob try  to own  the   earth,
���d. take a pointer from the fate of
���ody Bill."   He  waB once king,
. uow.be is no bigger than a torn
ce  in   a  greasy  pack of cards.
���r. has  no   chance to loom "great
.gain. i-xc(-pt as the   leading actor
��� in a hanging .match. ���
Tn. >/av. Diego garlic (not Gaelic)
in 50 cents a pound. It was
f-e'veu cents a pound two months
3go. Must be using it as a Flu
specific. When mixed with Hin-
bergerlcheose, anil taken at regular
'���intervals,, it should keep everything away frotri a person, except a
raau dog or a book agent.
. Some peopie are so crazy to be
in fashion that fehey are just pining to get the Flu. If you really
waut it, fill up on cheese, open
your mouth, get your feet wet, sit
tip all night  and poke  your   nose
lief has been worked out. The
same situation prevails with lead
and while there appears to be no
appreciable surplus iu either lead
or copper, high cost of supplies and
labor aud failing domestic' demand
must necessarly work to lower
prices, at least until costs have
been trimmed to the demand of
the consuming market. Of the
future of zinc there appears to be
but one opinion in view of the admitted surplus of large proportions.
It' will probably descend to. prewar levels, causing cessation ol
woik in many .directions, at least
until the surplus has been worked
off.'
There is one favorable feature in
the situation and that lies in the
fact that it will be impossible to
maintain production of copper or
lead for very long under-present
conditions. As a matter of fact,
present price levels are no better
than those of pre-war days when
costs are considered. Many big
producers must close down if serious price recession occur, this
causing a shortage in supply within considerably short period.
Thereafter, prices must advance
and it seems certain that the market will come back with a bound
to live-and-let-live levels.
Meanwhile, we Bhall witness a
general trimming down of production until a fair margin of profit to
the producer is in sight. The
labor situation is, in our opinion,
the most important now faced by
this country. If organized labor
adheres to its expressed determination . to fight all attempts to decrease wages, complete demoralization will resnlt, to the lasting
detriment of both labor and capital.
Labor must������ be well paid, that is
certain, but it is equally certain
that capital cannot aiTord to pay
labor a higher price than the
standard of commodity prices will
permit. Profit is the incentive in
a 1.1 lines of commercial eneieavor
and. when that is removed the
structure of economics-goes with
it. The great question involved in
the coming radical -readjustment
must be met with patriotism and
common sense. Capital and labor
must learn to give and take.���
Spokane Mining Truth.
Heroes
The band of a famous English
regiment was playing at a Yanks'
camp somewhere in Blighty. The
soldiers were walking round and
round, as we do round a bandstand. An English visitor was
enormously impressed by a handsome N.C.O., who bore himself
like a young god and wore a uni-.
form which would have made a
Sackville street cutter feel he knew
nothing of smart tailoring.
"Who is that N. C. 0.," asked
the visitor, "dressed like a
dandy."
"He," answered the American
private, "i8 my top sergeant���the
gink who owns the war."
NOTICE
NOTICE is liereby {,'lve" that application
will be made to the Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia at its next
Session on behalf of The Cascade Water, Light
& Power Com pan r Limited, a Company ineor-
iiorated bv the Legislative Assembly of lhc
���rov'mce of British Columbia under Chap. 51,
Statutes of B. C 1897, for an Act to be eutituletl
"The Cascade Water, Light & Power Company
Limited Act ISO", Amendment Act WIS," giving
it power to reduce its capital from time to time
as it may see fit by vote of a Majority iu value
of the shareholders present or represented by
oroxy at a meeting called for that purpose, and
also confirming the reduction of capital heretofore made by the Company on or about the 6th
November, 1907, and also changing the time of
lhe holding of the Company's ordinary General meeting from the third Wednesday in
July in each vear to the third Wednesday in
October in each year, or on such other date i 11
each year as the Directors may from time to
time determine upon: and also empowering the
Directors of the Company to malce bylaws,
rules and regulations to be observed by all persons using the water, electricity or electrical
appliances or other property of the company;
also rules and regulations for maintenance of
the Company's undertaking and for the collic-
tion of rates for electricity or water supply and
rents for electrical lilies and appliances let for
hire, and for fixing the time or times when,
and the place or places where the same shall be
payable, and in ca��e of default of payment to
provide remedies for enforcing the payment
thereof; and for such further and incidental
power" as may be necessary.
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 9th day of
December, 1918.
BARNARD, ROBERTSON,
.HEISTERMAN  &   TAIT
Solicitors for the Applicant.
MINERAL ACT
. (FORM F)   .
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Toney Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iii
the  Greenwood   Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located:   Iu Deadwood Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isaac II. Hallett,
��s Agent for James Henry Goodeve, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 69S7SB, intend, CO days
from tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Crraut of llie
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Section Sf>,  must  be  commenced   before   the
issue of such  Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this2tst day of November A. D. 1918.
I. H. liALLETT.
Oh, tho Col or the Maj  or the Lieut.
Or thc Gen. or tht: Atij. or the Cap.
May be proud .of the spur on the foot
Or his badge and' his  braid and strap,
into a big sneezing Crowd.    If you ! Of his coat that is neat and is right,
,       ...   .... .,">' 1    Ol his look that is brisk and alive;
: cannot get it in this  way there,is ; Butthe IHCn who Wlll comit in the fi���ht
little  hope   for you, and it would
be better to prospect for some other
'complain*, jr ���       y-sXiXXXXXXXXXy
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adjustment of a proportionate allotment;
for making app
tion for these  allotments ..Is  limited, to
Is-final.--:-.The time for making applica-
.. the. 1st day of May, 1919.-.': Any application made rafter this date .'will not. be
.'considered. .These allotments. apply, to .
'��� town lota ��� and laryia of the Crowj*. sold
: at_j>UbU��_ auction a/."' X'X;X'yX . yy^*-
-.-. For information apply; to any. Provincial Government 'Agent or to V Xx
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MIL IT TODAY ���
W "Sbr ��tjuhtrt Sljipjiir. iaareliableandaccuratcMarket
 SS"^   Report ond price lint, issued at every change in the Fur Market.
Wf It is some thing more than merely "something to read." It is the advia-
r or, friend and sitn dob t to the right road to reliable nvrket information
. and accurate marVet quotations. *"5Bl}r ^tjnittrt 9Manrr" is received by
hundreds of thousands of trappers and Fur shippers all over Norlh
America. Never was a serious misstatements of facts published in
"ISfy ftljubtrt feblpprr" and this character of accuracy and reliability
lias demonstrated that such Information Ib absolutely essential to the
successful trapper and Fur shipper. You should read "2!b* 0f|ubrrl
Sljtlijirt"*���we want your name on our mailing list.
Fill in the Above Coupon NOW-and Mail it-AT ONCE
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CANAD A
WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS
The Canadian Government offers interest-bearing
War-Savings Stamps
Issue of 1919���Payable Jan. 1, 1924
ORDER-IN-COUNCILP.C. No. 2462 authorizes
the issue of War-Savings Stamps for the purpose of assisting in the financing of Government
expenditures.
As Sir Thomas White, Minister of Finance, points out; W.-S. S.
will provide "an excellent investment for small savings; and a
strong incentive to every-day economy."
$5.00 for $4.00
Until January 31st, 1919, War-Savings Stamps will be sold by
all Money-Order Post Offices, Banks; and other authorized
Agencies, for $4.00 each, and on January 1st, 1924, Canada will
pay $5.00 each for them.
Registration Against Loss
A Certificate is provided for the purchaser of a W.-S. S. On
tlie certificate are spaces to which 10 W.-S. S. may be affixed.
A certificate bearing one or more W.-S. S. may be registered at
any Money-Order Post Office, fully protecting the owner against
loss by fire, burglary or other cause.
The Certificate also shows the Cash Surrender Value of W.-S. S.
at various dates before maturity.
SOLD WHEREVER THIS
SIGN IS DISPLAYED
SYNOPSIS  OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENT-.'.
Pre-ompiioa now-cdiiUnvil to surveyed
lands only.
Records will be granted covering'only
land suitable for ��� agricultural [mi'ims^
and which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-eniptioiiH abolished,
but parties of not inoni-than four may
arrange for adjacent prortniptions. with
joint residence, but each making necessary improvements on-respective, claims..
Fre-enfptors must.'occupy claims for
flye years and make '.improvements io
value of $10 per acre, including clearing
and cultivation of at least 5 acres, before receiving Crown  Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 years, and.has made proportionate improvements, lie may, because
of ill-health or other.cause, be granted
intermediate certificate of improvement
and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residenru
may be issued provided applicant makes
..improvements'to.extent of $300 per annum and records same each. year.. Failure'-to' make improvements <���!��� record
same will operate as forfeit;;:-". Title
cannot-be obtained on these clai.nu; in
less than "> years, witli'iiriproyeinenls of
$10 per acre, Including. f> acres cleared
and cultivated, and residence of at
least  2 yean-i. ,
l'rc-emptor holding Crown Grant may
record another pre-emption,, if he requires land in conjunction with his
inrm, without actual occupation.- prodded statutory improvements made ancl
residence maintained on Crown granted
land..
. Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may bo leased as hnmcxltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.
For Blazing and industrial purposes,
areas exceeding 640 acres may bc leased
by one person or company.
PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.
The scope of this Act is enlarged to
include all persons joining and serving
with His Majesty's Forces. The time
within which the heirs or devisees of a
deceased pre-emptor may apply for
title under this Act is extended from
one year from the death of such person,
as formerly, until one year after the
conclusion of the present war. This
privilege Is also made retroactive.
TOWNSITE PROPERTY ALLOTMENT
ACT.
Provision is made for the grant to
persons holding uncompleted Agreements to purchase from the Crown of
such proportion of the land, if divisible,
as the payments already made will
cover In proportion to the sale price of
the whole parcel. Two or more persons
holding such Agreements may group
their interests and apply for a proportionate allotment Jointly. If tt is not
considered.advisable to divide the land ,
covered by an application for a proportionate, allotment, an allotment of land .
of equal value selected from available
Crown lands In    the    locality, may: be,
"��� made..  These allotments are conditional/
upon  payment of   'air taxes-"-'-due ' the
: Crown or to any municipality. The
rights, of ��� persons . to whom the purchaser from the Crown has. agreed to
sell are:also, protected. The decision of
the Minister of Lands in respect to the ���'���'
WHEN  THE OPERATOR SAYS "DON'T ANSWER."
It is easier for the operator to complete a telephone call
than to report "They do not answer." Be assured that the
operator is trying hard fo do her part and that her effort justifies full confidence and consideration.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY,  Ltd-
R, L. DOUGLAS
ROOM 18, K.W. G. BLOCK
NELSON XB.C.
Optometrist and Graduate Optician, certified by Provincial Board of Examiners.
Cbe Central Botcl
PHOENIX.
One of the largest hotels In
.-""       the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals.
a. b; johnson   x-X'prop;
Monuments!
KOOTENAY  GRANITE   and
MONUMENTAL CO., LTD.
Front St. Next to City Hall. NELSON
P. 0. BOX 665
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Estimates   Given   on all Kinds   of
Granite and Marble Work ���
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
COAL AND WOOD
AGENT FOR
LETHBRIDGE COAL
Notice To Delinquent Co-Owners
To W. D. Morton and T. B. Tnrner.br
to any person or persons to whom they
may have transferred their interests in
the Gray Rock, Lucky Jim, Little Giant,
Black Bear, Bulger and Tip Top mineral
claims, situated along, the Kettle Valley
Railway, in Arlington Camp, Greenwood
Mining Division.
: Vou are hereby notified that I have expended the sum of Si iir H undred Dollars,
(S6bo.), for labor and improvements upon
the above mentioned ��� mineral-claims in
order.to hold, said mineral claims under
the provisions of the . Mineral Act,-and if
.within'nin'el'y days after the date of this
notice; you fail or7 refuse, to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure, together with all cost of advertising, your
interest insuch'claims will .become : the
property of the subscriber': under.7 section
four a*"an act entitled, VAn Act to. Amend
Uie Mineral Act,Xi900.pXi.iX:X XX
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;V:;Jr;Beayerdell,iB.C.r.'
���'  Dated this 24th day of October, 19IS;   ::
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B, C, Cigar> Absolutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varies.   .   /   >
Haveyou tried one lately ?
WILBERG&WOLTZ
B.C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
*
Peace Is- Here
Everybody will want to celebrate and unless
you have the Flu you can't do it in the old fashioned
way, But we can all celebrate with a good
Christmas and anticipating this we will have a ship/
ment arrive in a few days ot Everything thats good
all the trimmings for a good old Xmas feed,
If an increase in Business of more than Double
is a sign of Square Deals and reasonable prices we
are all there.   Come over and see for yourself.
The Myncaster Mercantile Company
Hotel Building
Myncaster, B.C.
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BBRNS & CO.
CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NO. 113
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish
and Poultry.     Shops, in nearly all the
. towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.
I Cbe Rume fiotel |
tlelson, ��$���������
First-class
<*�� Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
The only up/to^date Hotel in the interior!
in every respect,
CENTRALLY LOCATED
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v each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE^BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST ~
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAMPLE ROOMS
Steam Heated; Electric Lighted, y
RATES $1.00 per day and up; European Plan.
Bus Meets all Trains and Boats.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver,Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
TADANAC BRAND PIG LEAD, BtOESTONE, COPPER AND SPELTER
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
SPRESSED AND REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
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ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,
$1 each. Gold-Silver, (single assay)-
$1.00. Goid-Silver (duplicate assay)
$1.50. Silver-Lead $1.50 Silver-Lead-
Zinc $3.oo.HCharge3 forotVr metals etc
on application.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Hire.   The Finest
Turnouts inxthe Boundary:
Light and Heavy Draying;
1 For Good I
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g combined with Promptness
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S our customers.     Are you
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