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THE  OLDEST  MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER   IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
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Vol.   XXV.
GREENWOOD, B. C.s THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1919
MANY   MEW LINES
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Come In And See Our
Large And Well Assorted Stock Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.
Many   kinds of Oil,  Tinware
and  Hardware
T. M. GULLEY.& CO.
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
AGENT FOR
Massey-Harris
FARM IMPLEMENTS a
..Beftjje buying see me about'
BINDERS,   MOWERS,  RAKES.
PLOWS, HARROWS, ETC.
Motor tractors arid complete line'
of Farm implements
J. G. MoMYNN
MIDWAY      -      -     B.C.
Around Home
is, visiting
to
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g Dessia Golden Tips 80c. Liptons Choice Ceylon 80c g
g Deki Julia 65c 3
Soon to Arrive
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
BOOTS, SHOES
AND
HATS
NEW AND UP TO DATE
WAIT   FOR   THEM
W. Elson 8 Co
Greenwood
| Phone 46      LEE & BRYAN      |
~E Canada Food Board License No. 8-6251 H*
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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   -   ��   o   $1.25 each
100    �����      *   -    -   2.00  ��
200   ��     ;<   ,   *    3.50 ��
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
~ SINGER ROTARY
SEWING MACHINES
SINGER MOTORS
Easy Terms
Mason & Risch Pianos
Victor Gramophones
and Records
Mail orders promptly attended to.
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The Singer Store
H.'.WEBER, Mgr-
P.O. Box 152, Grand Forks,"B.C.
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The WINDSOR HOTEL is' heated with steam
and electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home for tourists and travellers. Touch the
wire if you want rooms reserved. The buffet is
replete with cigars, cigarettes, cooling beyerages,
buttermilk ancl ice-cream.
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Pool Room and First-Class
Barber Shop
Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.
| Ice-Cream Parlor in Connection
I Come in Often  .
MATTHEWS  BROS
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BtfRNS & CO.
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AADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE HO. It3
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Pish
and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.
��
Banking Service I
VQUR banking requirements may
x be entrusted to this Bank with
every confidence that careful and
efficient service will be rendered.
Our facilities are entirely at your
disposal
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE   ..
Agents for Chevrolet) Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors Garage in connection.
WANTS. ETC.
Fok Sale ���Young pigs 6 to
8 weeks old. Prices reasonable.
Apply Midway Ranch Ltd., Midway, B. C.
Foi* Sale.���A Perfection A,
wire-stitching machine. Apply
to The Ledge.
Get your job printing at lhe
Ledge, before the paper is all
gone.
Old newspapers- for sale, at
The Ledge office. Get some before they are all gone.
PublicAuction
The Estate of Robert Gillian
Deceased
Greenwood Branch     L E. Brawders, Manager
Saturday, Jane 2fst, 1919
Commencing at r.30 p. tn.
Ed. Ration's Ranch about 4
miles west of Rock Greek
Consisting of Cattle, Horses, Farm implements, & various other articles as follows:
JVelve cows, 4 or 5 calves, ayr heifer,
2yr steer, yearling steer, 2 mares 14 to
i5oo lbs., r gelding 1400, 1 grey gelding
1300 lbs, two ayr horses, 1 yearling colt,
2 cyeuses. Mower, rake, plough, lever
harrow, two set; harness, saddle, blocks
and ropes, cook stove, iron bed stead,
spring and mattress, blankets, rifle, and
y -    man j- other articles of value,
.'Terms Cash     _ ,   -���
CHARLES KING Auctioneer
Greenwood, B. C,
Duncan    Murray
relatives in Trail..
James'   McCreath     went
Halcyon on Wednesday.
Mrs. Walter Murray returned
to Trail on Wednesday.
At McElmon's. Walthahi
Watches.    Boys Watches.
Wind storms are numerous
around Princeton this year.
The Greenwood Theatre will
be open on Saturday evening.
School supplies can now be obtained at Goodeve's  Drug  Store.
Bert Lane, of Salmon Arm, is
on a'yisit to his family in this
city. ^
^ Mrs. Harry Twells and brother,
W. Bryant left for, Trail on Saturday. /
J. H. : Goodeve. and W. H.
Docksteader were in Grand Forks
last week.
J. R. Mooyboer and wife, oi
Grand Forks, went to Spokane
last week.
JS. R: Redpath, of Nelson, was
a passenger on Wednesday east-
bound train.
We have received another lot of
navy and 'light colored priats.
G. A. Rendell.
W. H. Norris has been appoint-
ed'manager of theTVIidway Ranch
Ltd., near Midway.
Full line of fishing tackle at
Goodeve's Drug store. The fishing season is open,
L. Portman left last Wednesday for Halcvon where he will
stay for several weeks.
Fresh killed beef and veal for
sale every Saturday, 20c upwards.
J. Meyer, Government street.
William Coleman jand Norman
Fleming have returned to the
Forks from the Siberian front.
L. Clery of Westbnge, was
fined $50 for keeping liquor in a
building other than 'his dwelling.
White canvas ladies oxfords,
white canvas girls 'slippers and
boys running shoesvajt Rendell's.
David' A. Archibald died suddenly at his ranch on Summers
creek, near Princeton,   last week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Swayne returned on Wednesday evening
from a trip to Spokane and other
cities.
Constable Robert Prichard of
the provincial. police force, has
been transferred from Princeton
.to Kamloops.
Harry Bryan who has been
with the heavy artillery in
France, arrived home on Thursday morning last.
Fresh strawberries and other
fruits, and lettuce, three times a
week.   G. A. Rendell.
Mrs. W. B. Fleming is representing the Greenwood Rebekah
Lodge at the Rebekah Assembly
inJVancouyer this week ���    -
Private Napier of the Seventh
Battalion, a former clerk in Mor-
rin-Thompson store arrived in
Phoenix on Wednesday-last.
C. J. McArthur is working near
Rock Creek, where Ted McArthur has an important contract on the high power line.
Royal Household Flour, made
by the Ogilvie Flour Mills company is the,Standard for Canada.
Get a sack from G. A. Rendell.
Lieut. R. D. Smith of thc
Royal Air Force, who returned
to Grand Forks last week from
"overseas, is visiting in Greenwood.
L. H. Wenerstrom, assayer for
the Canada ' Copper at Copper
Mountain, and Miss Messenger,
of Allenby, were married recently, .
T. Padgett, of Grand Forks,
was the first person to cut
alfalfa this year. The cutting
took place last week and it is
two weeks earlier than last
season.
The strike of the railway construction, workers on the Copper
Mountain branch near Princeton,
has been on over nine weeks, and
there is yet little prospect of a
settlement in sight.
Captain Clinton Atwood of the
Strathcona Horse" is on leave in
Grand Forks, visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. S. Atwood.
Captain Atwood is a graduate of
the Royal Military College of
Kingston, Ont, and it is four
years since he went overseas,
Sam Papin who went through
some rooms "at the Tulameen
Hotel in Princeton, going
through the clothing of the occupants, appeared .before Judge
Brown ia that city this week,
and was sentenced'to 23 months
in jail. Sam is known in Green?
wood as the Florida Water man,
who made a tour of the Boundary several weeks ago.
Muir-Nesbitt
A quiet; but pretty wedding took
place on Tuesday,  Jane 3,  at the
home of the bride's parents,  Mr.
and   Mrs.   J.   A.^-Nesbitfe,-   Ellis
street;/ Penticton, when Miss Annie
Nesbifct was married to Mr. Eobert
Muir,  of   Allenby.     Mr.   George
Thompson recently returned from
the front, acted as best man,  and
Mrs. A. E. McDonald, sister of the
bride, as bridesmaid.     The cere-,
mony was performed by Rev.  W. I
P. Ewing.    Although the gathering consisted of only the members
of the family and a few friends,
the popularity of the bride  was
evident by the number and costliness of the many presents.-   The
happy couple proceeded  by  motor
immediately after the ceremony to
their new home afe Allenby,   near
Princeton, where Mr.  Muir is engaged  in  business.     In their departure they were almost literally
buried in a shower of rice and confetti and fehe good wishes of   all.���
Penticton Herald.   '
I Western Float
Mining News
Church-Smith
On Saturday afternoon, June 7,
|-ab 2 o'clock at 1804 Cook Sfe., Victoria, Miss Bertha M. Smith, formerly of Greenwood, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. A." Smith, of
Grand Forks, was united in mar-
riageto Mr. George Church, who
has lecently returned home from
overseas. Rev. Joseph McCoy performed the ceremony. The bride
who wore a becoming: suife of navy
serge with chic hat, ..was attended
by Miss Walker, while Mr.
Walker supported the groom
After the felicitations of their
friends were received, a" dainty
wedding breakfast was served,
after which the happy couple left
amid showers of confetti for a short
honeymoon trip to" Portland, Ore.
They will reside in Victoria.
In The Slocan
Jack Aylwin has a
in Kamloops. ,
dental oflice
Frank Lo Casto, the barber, died
in Chicago lasfe fall.
Joe Bourque is now a permanent resident of New Denver. "
The jitneys charge 50 ceijts feo
ride from New Denver feo Silver-
ton.
Jack Thompson has taken an
opfeioh uponsome claims afe Lights
ning Peak.
Morris Davis died in New Denver lasfe month from pneumonia,
aged 51 years.
Dan Tattrie has gone to Alice
Arm to acfe as foreman for the
Dolly Varden mine.
George Henderson is in fehe logging business. - .He has closed fehe
Arlington hotel afe Slocan City.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sfeagg, formerly of Greenwood, are running
the boarding house al fehe Silversmith mine in Sandon.
Amos Thompson ia in Vancouver, having a cataract cut; oufe of
bis eye. - He sold his honse in
New Denver to Dr. Gomtn.
Kaslo will  build   cement   sidewalks fehiB year.
The new opera house afe Kelowna
will cost $25,000.
Cranbrook pays $225 a month for
its street lighting.
Tennis  will  be played   in   the
Yukon this summer.
I    Pte.   C.   Clifford   is building   a
cottage in New Denver.
There is some talk  of starting a
Normal School afe Nelson.
Cut worms are very numerous
in the Okanagan this year.  -
Protect birds, toads and frogs.
They are friends of the farmer.
The first, steamer to go up the
Stickine this year, leffe Wrangle on
May 10. \
A Chink in Penticton was fined
$50 for selling hard cider to
Indians.
The wagon road between Kaslo
and Ainsworth will be finished fehis
summer.
Henry K. Owens died i'n Seattle
lasfe month.. He was a noted min-
ing engineer."
On 1125 acres around Creston
fehere are 100,933 fruife trees, principally apples. -      '_>
At New Denver there are more
than 30 gasoline motor boats, bufe
no submarines.
At Alice Siding, Morgan Long
has boughfe another cow, and the
world still rolls on.
The shingle mill afe Nakusp is
running again, after being shut
down for two years.
"^ Afe Keremeos, Wm. Honeywell
has bought a 10 acre orchard from
F. Sorgie for $7,000.
A baby girl.was recently born in
the Yukon, with five fingers and a
thumb on her right hand.
The military authorities say that
San Diego, California, is the
mosfe wicked city in America.
The Seventh Day Adventists,
will hold a conference in Chilliwack this month for ten days.
On* Vancouver Island fehe E
N. railway will extend its line
Comox Lake and Long Beach.
James Taylor has returned
Alberni.     He   was   a^prisoner
war for fewo years in Germany.
Mrs. Anna O'Brien of Dawson,
was recently marjied in San Francisco feo W. M. Richmond of that
city.
W. R. Megaw is retiring from
the store business iu Vernon, 6ufe"
will continue to handle hay and
produce.
Lasfe year fehe pupils at the public schools in Chilliwack, raised
and shipped 78 crates of green
tomatoes.
Major Mac White waa recently
married in Spokane. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White reside
in IJew Denver.   	
TThe local paper in Kaslo may
soon have an assistant. There is
some talk of organizing a brass
band in that town.
Mining    activity'
i round Slocan City.
Prospectors will be busy this
summer in the Boundary, especially around Beaverdell.
In the Slocan, George Pefcfey has
bonded the Silverifee group, near
the Queen Bess, to W.   H. North.
The ground afe Swift rive? in fehe
Cariboo, is being tested by a Keystone drill in- search of gold for
dredging operations.
Bob Stevenson and others, have
bonded a group of claims at Summit Camp, west of Princeton, to A.
E. Hepburn of Vancouver.
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to
to
of
Silver for the next 20 years
should sell for from $1 to $1.29 an
ounce. At present the demand is
doubly as great; as the supply.
Crede Bonebrake of Goldendale,
Wash., has gone to the Ynkon
with a small hydraulic plant. He
will work some placer ground
north of Teslin lake.
San Francisco men have a bond
on 75 claims in Aspen Grove,
owned by John Bate and others.
Diamond drilling will" commence
on these claims this summer.
New Denver .had 18 men in tbe
war. Many of fehem were gassed
and, wounded, bufe none killed.
All of them have returned, and are
working.
The Chicago safe blower who
confessed to robbing 40 places insists fehe high cost of living is making everybody work extra hard
even in the safe blowing business.
"Why, I remember when one safe
a month would do. ISow a fellow
wonld starve on thafe,"  he added.
S. P. Dixon is attending the
meeting of the Odd Fellows
Grand " Lodge in Vancouver.
At this meeting there will be
1,000 delegates in attendance representing the" several different
branches of the order.
In Kamloops recently fehe police
raided a gambling den. The
gamblers afe the police court; found
fehe ante-very high.
James Roddick fell off a building
at Keremeos, breaking three ribs
and his collar bone. He will probably never do ife again.
Big game hunters are becoming
plentiful in B. C. The silver tips
are still running wild in the Slocan,
and even yet there is occasionally
a stud game in Sandon.
Ife looks as though fehere were
too many city, provincial and
Dominion officials in Nelson, for
fehe amount of work thafe they have
to do. The people wanfe less expense, and more work for the
feaxes they pay.
Pte. J. J. Langsfesff, and his son,
Pte. J. C. Langstaff have returned
to Vernon after fighting the Hun
in France. Langstaff worked years
ago on fehe Sandon Paysfcreak and
the Kaslo Claim. He also edited
The Topic in Trout Lake Cifey for
many years, and was well trained
to sboofe fehe Hun.
Sir George Bury, formerly vice-
president of the C.P. B., has been
appointed president anil chief executive of fehe WhaJen Pulp and
Paper Co., and will live in Vancouver. George is a Napoleon of
finance, and bas wonderful executive ability. The C, P. R's loss
is a gain for the paper company.
Edwin Perkins died in Barkerville last month, aged 86 years.
He w*9 one of the early pioneers
of fehe Cariboo, and in 1861 blazed
a trail- from Quesnel to Antler
Creek. For fehe past forty year&
he had been quartz mining on
Burns Mountain, fewo miles from
Lightning Creek. He always believed thai; quartz mining would
eventually be the greafc thing in
Csriboo.
-Rich copper deposits have been
found afe depth on fehe Snowsfeorm
group in Highland Valley. The
diamond drill shows bornite and
chalcopyrite at a depth of 600 feet.
16 is expected fehat before long,
the mines in Rossland will be shipping from 2000 to 5000 tons of ore
every day. The' old camp will
look like '97 when that comes
aboufe.
The Mountain Chief near New
Nenver has been* shut down aboufe
25 years; _In the early_days__t.his_
mine shipped $149,000 worfeh of
ore. Ife was hauled feo Kaslo on
sleighs.
From 1SS5 to 1915 fehe Yukon
produced $150,000,000 worfeh of
gold. The lowest yield was in
1888, when only $40,000 Avas
taken. Tbe highest was in 1900
when the production amounted to
$22,275,000. -      ~"~ -
A. E. Hepburn, who it is said
represents English capital, has
taken a bond on seven claims afe
Summifefe Camp, 25 miles from
Tulameen. The bond runs for
fewo years. "The claims are owned
by J. G. ��� Thynne and others.
Mr. Hepburn closed fehe deal
through A. 8. Black, Princeton's
wealthy lawyer.
Mining companies having properties in districts about Oroville
will have sufficient power for their
operations in another year when
the expansion of the Okanogan
Valley Power company will have
been well advanced. While fehe
extension of its system ia designed
chiefly for tbe development of
agricultural and municipal enterprises of the Okanogan valley fehe
power eompany will be in a position to supply energy to fehe min- '
ing companies who have sougbfe
more power for years. ^
Lecture Season Ends July i
Cop (to homing clubman):���
Where are yon going afe-this time
of nighfe?
Clahman���I'h���hie���goin' feo a
lecture.���Boston Transcript.
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is . increasing
N Harry Mills of Kelowna, is developing a claim on'Mission Creek.
v Work ia to be resumed on fehe
big carbonate reef afe Jerome,
Arizona.
Pat McGuire and Logan McPhee havQ leased the Ottawa near
Slocan City.
Cunningham's big mill at Alamo,
in fche Sloean, began crushing ore
lasfe Saturday.
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DARTING, PIERCING
JCIATIC PAIN
Give   way   before the pene-
"  trating effects cf Sloan's
Liniment
So do those rheumatic twinges and
tlic loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve-
inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck,
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and thc throbbing
bruise.    ' *
The case o�� applying, the quickness
'iof relief, thc positive results, the
cleanliness, and thc economy of
Sloan's Liniment make it universally
preferred.   Madc ia Canada.
Splendid Response
To Britain's Appeal
How    Canada    Furnishes     Fir    and
Spruce for Airplane
Production
Late last year thc Britisii authorities in cha-rgc of aircraft production  where United States troops arc quart
Taking No Chances
In Oriental Countries Simple Precau-
. tions are Perverted"
Frenchmen do not drink much
���water���clear, plain, uncooked and.
uncoir.bincd water,' says Youths'
Companion.    In  the  French villages
sent to the imperial munitions board
a strong appeal for the supply of
spruce and nr, urgently needed by
the allies to secure aerial supremacy
on the various lighting .fronts. How
splendid has been the response to
this appeal is indicated in the following cablegram received by the board
from the director-general oi aircraft
production of Great Britain:
"1 wish to congratulate you on the
crcd every precaution is taken io
safeguard the troops from arm kin ij
from unsafe or dubious wells, li chc
water is under sul. icion, it may not
be used until alter it has been boiled.
Thc conservative older villagers,
peasants who scorn hygienic innovations and think ��� the ways of their
grandfathers q "te good enough for
tiicni,    regard all  tins  testing,     pla'
remarkable results iu spruce and   fir carding and sterilizing as nouung but
Restrictions on
Anthracite Coal
Fuel   Administrator  Has    Right    to
Prohibit or Limit Use of Fuel
in Any Building
Regulations to facilitate thc equitable distribution of anthracite coal
in each community in Canada have
just been approved by order in council, at thc instance of C. A. Magrath,
fuel controller.
These regulations arc devised to
prevent disproportionate deliveries
of anthracite to large consumers at
tithes when thc. ordinary householder
cannot be supplied. The fuel administrator is given the right to prohibit
entirely or to limit _ in any
manner, he may deem advisable, the
use of anthracite coal in any building. This docs not apply to private
residences using less than forty tons
of coal annually.
Whenever tlic fuel administrator
decides that it is in thc public interest at certain points to give effect
to thc regulation above outlined, he
will issue a formal order thiough the
local fuel comniisoio .cr of any city
Or town within his province. In the
absence of such official, the administrator may . c'ify a:iy consumer to
thc samo effect.
Heavy penalties arc enacted for
contravention of  thc regulation.
How's This?
Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case ol Catarrh that cannot be curtJ
by llali's Catarrh Cure.
Hall's Catarrh Cure has been ta!<en bv
cstarrh suilerers for the past thirty-five
ycars, and has become known as the most
sellable remedy ior Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Mire acts through Lhe Klood on the Mucous
Eurlaces, expelling the Poisoa troai thc Blood
and healing the diseased portions.
���After you have taken Kail's Catarrh Cure
ior a short time you will see a great improve-
jnent in your general health. Start taking
p. J.   CI1KNEV  &  CO.. lolcdo, O.
Sold by all druggets. 75c.
Easy to Remember
]">i.   Reid,    a    celebrated     medical
���writer,  was  requested  by a    literary
lady lo call at her house, and hc said
he would bc charmed lo do so.
' "You  won't  forget    the    address,"
shr said. "No. 1  Chesterfield street."
"Afadaru," said  the doctor.    "I am
too great  an  admirer  of    politeness
not  lo   remember  Chestcrfi.eld,    and,
I  fear,  too  selfish' to  forget   No.  1."
���British Weekly.   -"   ���
Corns cannot exist - when Hollo-
way's Corn Cure is applied to them,
Liorausc it goes to thc root and kills
the  ''rowth.
production, as shown -by the August
and September output figures, and
to thank the board and its representatives in British Columbia, Major
Taylor, for the energetic and able
manner in which thcy responded to
our call of a year ago for assistance."
This cable is supplemented by the
following one from thc controller of
timber supplies:
"Wc arc much obliged for your
minute of thc first instant with reference to production of aeroplane
spruce and iir in British  Columbia.
"A shipment of practically 4,500,-
000 feel of spruce and 1,500,000 feet
of fir, making a total of 6,000,000 icei
during tlic four weeks ending September 28, was a notable performance.
"To havc increased production to
this extent is a great achievement on
the part of -Major Taylor. This increase should enable us to look forward with some confidence to being
able to meet the requirements of the
aircraft production department during the coming year, and wc should
be much obliged if you will forward
to Major Taylor my congratulations
on the very fine work he has done."
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc,
Famous Inn Is Saved
The agitation against the closing
of the. famous Cat and Fiddle, the
highest inn in England, situated on
thc Cheshire and Derbyshire hills,
has resulted in a long lease being entered into by a well-known gentleman,_ who proposes to rebuild the
place and provide first-class rooms
for motorists ai.d take in 20 acres for
shelters. Thc inn has been licensed
for more than 100 years.
Bank View of Crops
Returns  are  Satisfactory in  Quality
and Yield
Thc Monthly Commercial Letter
of thc Canadian Bank of Commerce,
in its summary of the business in
Canada, thus sets out thc conditions
of crops and agriculture generally:
"lt is difficult to arrive at a definite
conclusion as to the actual volume
of the crop. It is now apparent,
however, that it will considerably exceed thc estimates formed during the
bad weather of July and the early
part of August, as is shown by the
demand for farm help in practically
every part of thc Dominion, and by
the renewal of orders for general
merchandise and for articles that
cannot bc ranked as necessaries
which had been cancelled owing to
the anticipated failure of the crops.
The keenest demand- exists in the
wheat-districts of the prairies. Considering thc weather conditions which
have prevailed, thc returns arc satisfactory in botli quality and yield.
Thc rains materially improved the
outlook for fodder and root crops.
Manitoba, British Columbia and Ncw
Brunswick will all have a largc surplus of potatoes. Fodder, corn and
roots in Ontario, and pasturage in
the southern districts of the western
pral ics, have recovered substantially
from the unfavorable weather conditions1 during July, and thc selling ot
unfinished stock .will thus bc checked. At Qjlgary thc volume of cattle
marketed ,at the close of August
was- three times greater than in the
previous ycar, yet no serious recession iu prices took place. Where feed
is plentiful thc number ,of livestock
being marketed is cither normal or,
because of increased production,
slightly greater than a _ ycar ago.
When three-year-old steers fresh
from lhc prairie pastures bring $170
each, as they did in Lloydminstcr,
Sask., late in August, there can be
little doubt as to the future of the
cattle industry on thc prairies. One
railway system carried -1,363 cars
cattle in 1917 as compared wilh 7,
245 in 1916, an increase of 57 pcr
cent, while the increase in western
dairy produce shipped was 15 pcr
cent."'
nonsense���funny   when it is  not  ex-
asperating.
in one village, besides -troops,
there wcrc at one timc a good many
refugees, Joeing cared for by a groin)
of American Ked Cross workers, who
were especially anxious that the suffering, underfed, exhausted children
should be supplied with milk. Milk
was very hard to obtain, for there
were almost no cattle left; but one of
the workers heard of a good cow
owned by an aged peasant and his
wife, and went to interview theui.
The conversation took place beside
their well ��� situated none too far
from the barnyard, and placarded
with a hastily scribbled sign: This
well unsafe without boiling.
When the Red Cross worker asked
the old man to set a price upon thc
precious milk, he replied, with a
shrug and a smile:
_ "Nothing, monsieu ��� for thc sick
little oncs,;j not a sou���only I must
ask monsieu to promise not to boil
my cowl"
In more primitive villages than
those of France, in Oriental countries, simple precautions are perverted almost as wildly, in entire
simplicity and dead earnest, as thc
ironic suggestion of the old Frenchman. Who could say that those
Malays might not actually try to boil
a cow, who, in time of cholera, bid ���
den to_ drink boiled water, attempted
to drink boiling water���and killed
several unfortunates before t!:<; physicians set them right?
Practical Politics
"Did you ever break a promise?"
"I try not to do anything so violent," replied Senator .Sorghum, "lf
a promise has to bc disposed of 1
don't break it. I let it fade awa3r."
���Washington Star.
'M
PEELS OFF A CORN
WITHOUT ANY PAIN
^
JJ
Is it magic, no, scientific���a wonderful- combination discovered thai,
will shrivel up thc toughest old corn
you ever saw. The name of this remedy is Putnam's Corn Extractor. It's
a corker the way it loosens a corn;
makes it peel right oft" in a solid lump
without the slightest pain'. Results
talk. Putnam's gives 'results ancl
costs but a quarter.   Sold everywhere.
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T0BCNTO.CAMA0A
The reason for changing the shape of
Royal Yeast Cakes is that it is easier to wrap
square cakes by machinery than round cakes.
Each package will contain five cakes instead
of six but the quality and quantity of yeast
will be the same as formerly.
E. W GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED
TORONTO, CANADA
WINNIPEG. MONTREAL
New Shell Orders
Near Half Billion
of
Nish Has a Long
And Varied History
Was Turkish   Military   Station   for
300 Years
Among Serbian    cities,   the    little
town ol  Nish, which has just    been
recaptured by thc  Serbians is   only j ��thc boys' at thV'fronThave appropri-
surpassed m strategic importance by lated a great many words ltrom    the
us a good
��� ., round number of their own. Among
Balkan ,tjle jattcr are: acef Anzac, barndook,
A War of Words
Soldiers    Have ��Appropriated   Many
Words From the French
Dr. Frank H. Vizetelly, lexicographer of New York, declares the
effect of the.war on the English vocabulary has been material: He says
.. ���. i    r .i .       tv i      j     ��"����� �� great many,
he capital of the country, Belgrade.  Frcnch  aml have  glvcn
lt lies at a point where several    of
Night Air Patiols
By U. S. Aviators
the great highroads of thc
peninsula converge, and it is at Nish
that the line for Salonika branches
oil from the main railway between
Belgrade and Constantinople. Before the war it was the custom of
thc king and his court to spend
three months of thc ycar at the little city on the banks of the Nishava,
and it. was to Nish that the Serbian
government retired when Belgrade
had been finally occupied in the autumn of 1915.
Like so many other towns in the
Balkans, Nish is a place of very
great antiquity. It was mentioned as
an important place by Ptolemy of
Alexandria, and it was . under thc
walls of Nish, the Naissus of thc
Romans, in thc year A.D. .269, that
the great battle was fought in which
the limpcror Claudius destroyed thc
army of thc Goths. Some two hundred years later came the invasion
of thcv..Huns, and in the centuries
that followed Nish shared to "thc full
in all the warfare which swept back
and forth over the Balkans, until that
final silence created by the Ottoman
Aood in the fifteenth century.
It was in 1375 that the Turks first
captured. Nish from the Serbians. In
1443 the allied armies of the Hungarians under "Hunya.dy and the Serbians under George Brankovich retook it, but 12 years later, it came
under the Turkish dominion again
and remained for more than 300
years, one of the most important
Turkish military stations on the road
between Hungary and 'Constantinople. ' _.
Once a Turkish possession, Nish,
like thc surrounding country, experienced thc full brunt of the well-nigh
perennial state of war which existed
between Turkey and Austria. It
changed hands twice, but the Austrians  could never, hold  "'   '
pill box, Blighty, blimp, camouflage,
cootie, grouser, poilu, slacker and
tank.
"Poilu is being commonly misused
for a French soldier instead of for
one who has seen service in the
trenches. The popular name for the
French soldier is pioupiou.
"From a rough approximation I
judge that we have derived from all
branches of the service -during the
war several thousand words, five or
six�� perhaps, which will have to bc
inserted in new dictionaries, exclusive of the personal and geographical names that have come into
prominence during' the military operations."
Huns Pardon Belgians
AU But Those Guilty   of   Common
Crimes to Be Freed
Baron von : Falkenhausen, the governor-general of- Belgium, according
to an official telegram from Brussels,
has pardoned all Belgians and neutral residents condemned by military
tribunals or military commanders under his jurisdiction, except those convicted of common crime. 'The', governor-general has also ordered the release of all Belgians and neutral citizens interned in Belgium or Germany.
A limited number of persons whose
freedom ��� would he undesirable while
fighting continues will be _ released
after thc evacuation" of Belgium;   ��� -
Canada Has Produced    to   End
September 68"Million Shells
It is officially announced that up to
September 30 manufacturers in Can-
ada'had produced 68,000,000 shells
and 75,'650,000 forgings.
The war authorities are - making
preparations ' is _ if there was no
peace in sight, and orders on a larger scale - than ever are being let by
the imperial munitions board. _ The
orders for the coming year will run
nearly half a billion dollars.
Must Play the Game,
: Gem Sir-William. Robertson, _after
inspecting the boys of an army training school in London not long ago,
gave them some sound advice on
good conduct, in the course of which
he urged them to do their work well.
There were no little things in life,
he said, and if a thing was worth
doing at all it was worth doing well.
Not only must thcy create the habit
of working in. the right way, but they
must 1 arn to be punctual, as nothing
was so displeasing as keeping1 baa
time. They should also learn to play
the game, which meant that they
must not always be thinking of themselves, but of others. They must
learn to submit to discipline. It was
just as easy to form a good habit as
it was to form a bad habit, and it
was just as difficult to break a good
habit as it was to break a bad one.
THE FALL WEATHER
HARD ON LITTLE ONES
Canadian fall weather is extremely
hard on little ones. One day it is
warm and bright and the next wet
and cold. These sudden changes
bring on colds, cramps and colic, and
unless baby's little1 stomach is kept
right the result may be serious. There
is nothing to equal Baby's Own Tab
-. .To; Men. Who'Live. Inactive Lives.
���Exercise "ih the.opcn air is the-Best,
tonic .for the stomach, and system
generally: but-.thcrc'.are._those_. _who.
arc compelled to'' follow' . sedentary
"occupations and. the inactivity :'tends
to'"restrict the healthy action, .of .the
digestive organs and sickness .follows. " Parmelce's-, Vegetable". Pills
regulate the. stomach" and ' -liver' and
restore "healthy .action. -It is",;-wisc to
have a;.packet of-,thc "pills.ahvays on
hand.: ".'.'- --���   ��� . -.':.-'.    "������ -." -��� - "V
System by Which "American   Flyers
Keep Touch With Enemy
Airmen
American aviators, by inauguiating
night patrols along the Alcusc, havc
attracted much attention among the I
airmen of other nations. Under tlic'
present plan, the air torccs arc "always subject to a call irom- thc
front, where -observers or listeners
report" by wire when the motor of a
German airplane is heard approaching thc American lines.
As soon as <mc of these reports
is icccived thc searchlights begin
sweeping thc sky. The night put-
of I rcl? arrive at the same timc. lu
evi-nt the German machine is located
hy the ray of a searchlight', the
American machines attack until - the
enemy is downed or makes his escape. -
When.the system was .inaugurated,
live aviators started, ���" seeking any
German machine that might be about;
When a searchlight picks up an
American" machine a pre-arranged
"signal is'"'given,"���"eliminating"~ danger
that, the;American .might." be - shot
down,-by .his own men... When- the
airmen, arc aloft "their airdromes arc
brilliantly lighted,; so -that .'thcy^ niay
return'without-trouble.'   ���-'..
ancl when the Serbians at the begin
ning of the nineteenth century, having successfully risen against their
Ottoman oppressors and swept them
from thc country, made strong -effort to capture Nish, thcy wcrc repulsed with great loss. It was not
until thc Kusso-Turkish war in 1877
that the city finally came into thc
hands of thc Serbians. By the treaty
of Berlin iiV 1878 Serbia was confirmed in its possession.
To what extent thc little town has
suffered by thc Austrian occupation,
it is impossible to say., In the early
days of thc war, before the Austrians actually captured  the  city,  its i
Sugar Deal Ends Speculation
The sugar equalization board on
September 13, closed a contract with
thc Cuban minister for the purchase
of the .Cuban sugar crop at a price
basis of about $5.50 pcr hundred
ito for  long;-pounds f.o.b:  Cuban ports. This -fun-
Use
more
soup
Put in plenty of
vegetables and
, rice or barley.
Even with poor
stock delicious
soups can be
made by adding
a dash of
BOVRIL
23
Canada Food Board, Licence No. 13-U2
Thrilling Escape
From the Turks
Eight British Officers Made Remarkable Trip by Land and Sea
Eight British officers, captured at
Kut-cI-Amara (in Mesopotamia in
1917) reached England \af ter thrilling
adventures. The party escaped from
the Turkish prison camp in the interior of Asia Minor. Thcy journeyed seaward across the Taurus Mountains. Food supplies were "short, but
the party, deemed it wiser mostly to
travel by night. The sea was "reached after a fortnight A Turkish patrol
boat was discovered in a creek, and-
,-.    ...-   ,-���-.-,,.,- M   the party took possession of it during
lets in keeping the little, ones well. thc crew>- absence< Sailing towards
Ihey sweeten the stomach, "gulatc1Cypru and steering by the sun and
the bowels, break up colds and make  stars> th      reachcd thc island^ when
chase is made on beharlf of the Amer
ican, English, French and Italian governments. The crop will begin tojbe
available in December, and its division between thc allies will be directed by thc United States food administration. These arrangements put an
end lo all speculation in sugar and
assure an equitable distribution between all allies.
Got His Chance
Visitor���What became of that fellow who used to sit around the store
here and tell how he'd run this war?
Citizen���He's  got his  chance. .He
Assertions, Never -\ *���'
'Xi-x-y Seriously Taken
Britain Did Not Intend Starving Civil
'.-'���-_   -...'-- yi Population.    "'���'.���'-, ,;
Although-reasonable minded -people"���"have "felt, .from-the -very' beginning; that'" Great Britain, > was'. .avcII;
within the usages of international, law-
in her'blockade of .Germany, H-'.-.,is
pleasant- to" bc_ told, oh good authority;-, that -Britain ��� did -.not -include, the
starvation.of tlic- Gcrm":'m.-.ri'vil popur
lation in'.hcr-Yvar policy."-.. At thc.timc
-..when Germany vf-as.- most." - .violently
charging Juiglahd with _ the .attempt
to-starve Women and children, "foodstuffs;" say's .a Swis's-'hi'stbrian, "headed'the -British- lists .of "conditional
contraband,' and, were .passed," after
examination, whenever thcy were"'-in?
tended for thc German civilian, population.'' Nay more: "The neutral
reader who docs hot set the question
'proVGennan or pro-Entente' before
ail-else, but is much more concerned
in at all costs ��� eliciting ' - historical-
truth,, cannot, fail- to perceive that thc
assertion that England meant to
starve the whole German people to
death was- never-seriously taken, even
by those, who originated it."���Christian .Sfieh'ce Monitor,
...... His -Master's "Voice   ;
' ��� ..Captain'-; (sharply)-e.Butto'n tip lhat
coat!--' " "" -"- .- ��� . :   -''"'.���'-������  x .- ���������'.   " -
;; Married Recruit- (absently) ��� Yes,
iiiy,-'dear.���Border, Cities. 'Star. -   ":'-
Montreal Star.
accommodation was sadly overtaxed lc,[t with tlic^last draft contingent,
by the tremendous' influx-from Belgrade. No less than' 30,000 people
Red before the Austrian advance.and
settled in Nish or its neighborhood.
Fifty visitors would have sevcrly tov-
crtaxed the hotel accommodations of
thc-Nish of those days aud thc effect
of an invasion of 30,000 may bc better imagined than described. Speaking of his visit lo the city at this
time one writer says: "Having obtained excellent sleeping accommodations���on the floor of a friend's house
���thc writer went in search of sustenance among thc several eating
houses of thc city. Thc hubbub
emanating therefrom beggars description,, and. the memory of the-repast is otic _which .will never" be obliterated. - -Several Austrian officers
in mufti were-among tlie diners, and
thc whole -arrangement; scemed_ ..almost ' 'Gi.lbertiah.' It' "rather' reminded one in fact of that South'American, republic \vhich had a .notice on
the ' doors-of its jail���'All prisoners
not-in ;h.v 6 o'clock will - be locked
out.".*.-. ���'���������-..
baby,thrive. The Tablets are sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
Ancient Brick Making
Art First Known in tho   District of
"-ifinevah
The British forces in Mesopotamia
arc gradually ��� pushing their way
northward along the valley of the
Tigris towards Mosul, the site'of ancient Nineveh. Many scholars affirm
in was in this district that the art of
brick making had 'its birth._ Be that
as it may, the people of this ancient
land stilly make their bricks in the
most primitive manner, just as the
Assyrians and Babylonions did in
the days' of old. '
o They    are    fashioned  of_ clay and
on the verge of starvation,
crossed one hundred and
miles of open sea.
having
twenty
Drives Asthma Before It. Tha
smoke or vapor from Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy gives asthma
no chance to linger. It eradicates the
cause. Our experience with the relief-giving remedy shows how_ actual
and positive is the succor it gives, tt
is the result of long study and ex-"
pcriments and vvas not submitted to
the public until its makers knew it
would do its work well.
Canadians Assist U. S.
Mr. T. B. Kidner, formerly^ t with
the department of soldiers' civil re-
cstablishment, and  who  was  largely
instrumental in originating the work;
for    disabled
of vocational^ training
soldiers in Canada, has been- loaned
clried or baked in the sun. There one by the Canadian government to   the
can sec factories oh thc banks of the
Tigris, near Mosul. On the ground
can" be -seen rows of recently fashioned bricks, deft to dry and harden
in th*vtropica^ sun. These Eastern
builders take the clay and moisten it
with water until it becomes workable,
and is of-..the consistency of thick
paste.. It is then placed in a wooden
frame, without top or bottom, so that
a uniform size may be obtained. The
period; of drying- varies, but twenty
to twenty-five days is generally sufficient. The bricks arc then quite hard
and-can be used; Such building material would not stand frost, but',in
the warm atmosphere of thc . East
they last many years. _
United States federal board for vocational training to assist and advise
on- thc inaugural of similar work in
that country.- Dr. J. C. Miller, formerly district vocational officer for
the same department in Alberta, also
has-been "appointed in the United
States as supervisor of the establishment and operation of district vocational offices, the appointment becoming effective August 1, 1918.
MM   ��� ������������       .J^WW^ /
Five Million Died of Starvation
It is estimated that-nearly five "mil-,
lion people have died of starvation or
malnut. ition during the    war.     This
total is more than half tlic population of Canada.
. Germany's Food Outlook. ,
./.Germany^ 'and"..-her-, allies: -face--., another-" serious" food "shor.ta'gc.' .XRou-
-manih.ahd' the Uk.rginc, .'which ..iverr
counted,'.o;n to-supply :a-.large part of
the;-central'powers'..i!ccds, will themselves have a! shortage-and .wilKhave
npthirjs- to',;export..'7'A; drought -is responsible.;,-". Roumania' provided'.-, the
central" powers .-.with'3,000,000 tori's .'ot
gnunjast" year, .but thi5:-ycar.,it'-rcalfy
:nc-s;d_s^imports ;.to.-'f)I.J..it's-"-ovrif"-;needs.!
TJie -.Ukr-anian; supply^ :>$: disappointing
to ,tfi�� j .German's,; and' nfay be .regard-'
ed as ���negiigjblc.\'r;The.'German crop
is; pf-'aTerage^lfr^ensioris,- Hu'ngar.J'.'s
the.';_>a'me,ibut 'Austria''has.-".A:''crop'
failure/. ;Hcnce.V.the    cental,  powers     _            ... ���~,���,^
face a" hard! winter in rcsprct to food > bft|?r. k��^�� *&*���? lemx did bef.jr�� taking tM*
 * JEjedscuse.   H is truly a wosderfal medicine for
��������-"���"���-��� urfte JfBfcsifjr, �� MtsnSt.
RECEIVING WAR CROSS
-The .patriotic
spirit, and devotion
���with ivhiclr Cana-
- dian' women. hav��
so. far' performed
war-service work.
-and made'sacrifiees
has never benii
equalled- in rthe
history Yof -any
-country. -'Mothers,.
.wives'"" and.- - sisters
- support- this.burden.
: with .strength and.'
fortitude. But
those who r are. already miserable
from 11 h c ! c,p.m'-
plaint-3 and -Treak-.
"nesses which .are so common-to women,
should take the right temperance tonic for
the womanly, system.- ''.'������. '
. If a -woman is bbrric down-by, pain"
and sufferings, by nervousness .or dizzy-
Rpcli3,;by headache or backache, "Favorite
.prescription"-, should-be taken. It can
now be.had in tablet, form, aa well as liquid
at most drug stores. Send to Dr. Pierce's
Branch at Bridgebiirg,. Ont;, for a 10c
trial j)kg. of tablets.
For fifty years Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets have, been most' satisfactory in
,-liycr" arid bcfwcl troubles.      ..-,--���������:    -
���WinSaor, Or.tr-"1>t.
Pierce's _FavoritB,-Pr��-:
Hcriotioa-ja^f;--;'5sW
: womwi  of  mo.     For
'aboat six years I sof-.
fered    with    woman's
troubU  during  which
tim�� I became all mn-
."down, weak and cef*-
. oils.' - -' I" would   faavs
. HTta baclcach��s an<S
- pains in'my side.   -I
-���Jpctoreti -with the <Ioc--
tor  Dtjb' did -not  get,
cared  of ^iSV-'ftijai^it.
,, and was so bad that I
coold', scarcely .  waSic
_. across tiie- Soor wien I
bejaa fetusg Ike 'Prescription.1    When I fcad"
taiea Jwb bottles I waa maeh rmfr!>~��i sad four
bottles completely enrsd m*. and I hare enjoyed
conditions:;'. " , {wwea^-jfri,
Minard's -Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Fatal Peace Propaganda
Resources of Germany arc,Still Very
Enormous.. .:
Peace-propaganda involves two fa-
tar.faHh'cies:   "��� ." ... ���-  -" /;-',---''.-���'-���
Qiic.is*that the Huns arc whipped.
They-arc not. whipped:- -They arc'gor
ingvtb be-whipped,.and-thcy tire now-
being whipped, but lhc process is not
yd complete.. It.is stiJUsp,far from
coYnpleic "that- any- cessation' of it at
th is ctinK'\iuight, mean-its,-reversal and
its utter ruiii. ' Wc speak advisedly.
..German-'inaii. power.'has ..passed - its
pealvb'ut it.'isiiy ho..means''exhaust'-,"
cd.'- .German resources,' of hitihitiohs,-
"of food, .of all ..the- cssculials- of war,
arc .waning, ho. doubt, but ..tlicy are
still;enormous." -German- morale is
somewhat impaired .in.'soinc respects,
but it is very far. from being destroyed, or broken;-'and-to w;ha.t extent it
uia3'- bc restored in "an. extremity, "in
Lthc transformation from an 'offensive,
to a defensive-war; is a serious ;qucs.-
tion. We must'-"remember"that-Germany or Prussia on.-the���'. defensive is
an unknown, quantity. Since the/Napoleonic wars, .at. least/ the Hun'lias
always taken -the 'triumphant".aggressive. -So he did; against . Denmark,-
againsf Austria,""against.'France -in,
1870. What hc is-when..lie is,~.whining, all the world -knows.- What-he
is, when he is driven back, when" he'
has his back to the wall in defencc-
of his Fatherland, wc.have yet to.
learn. lie may not be formidable:
He may develop the   yellow   streak
iuirl chtiu.- hilua~lf-o /�����������rJ   ll.r�� rslh-
*--.-. w.-.w ..   ^----.rfv** M-.undtu.   h... -.������.���
cr-; ihink- so,:-biit we -do riot know.rr
North-Amcrican Review'.    ,i      .    -.���
Growing Old Together
.Ragged Robin-and Dingy Douglas
were .talking,'over'the day's doitegs as
thcy-;ate' bread'and cheese, under .a
haystack.- X X- i'-'-:'- -'--, ������"'���' '"���'' V-:"...'"-. .'
'.-""I- begged. a 'woman"v ter-v'giukne
s-KPCj.eoId meat; a.cup of coffee," a
pair "o'' (Juds.'and 'a place -to sleep, an'
sh.6."t's1amnjcd'-thc'. door-in' me'facet''
gro.kvlcd". Ragged Robin.   '; -  ���'���"--���:"
.-.;���-"Ver- silly chump.'", cried Dingy
Douglas; _; '.'That's -what yer 'git for
putihr all-yer. begs in one ask, hi"
iHIS aged couple, mellowed.by time
and the experiences of life* are hap-
':piiy growing old together.; /;... --X
-.They   are   Kappy   because :they   are,
.healthy.   Life is still full of interest to;-
them, and. they are wide awake to new
- ideas.;..., ���;:;"'-;-!; ./;";..;'.\ ,;=;���;   ,''   XX'i
;; These are the; kind of old people that
. everybody likes.    For, in  spite of the
. years, .they aire cheerful and optimistic.   .
It is.only natural that the blood should
get thin and vitality wane as age advances,
but there are ways of keeping up the
quality; of: the blood; and maintaining
health and vigor.    ,v      ' -'":���-" y-x
Very many men and women have found
in. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food exactly what
they need to restore energy and strength
and kfeep tb^m healthy.and happy.
As an example Mr. Stephen 3. Leard,.
North Tryon, P.S.I., writes: "At eevanty-
flva years of age my heart gave out ahd
became very irregulararid weak In action
and -would palpitate. . My n��rvea also
became weak, ftad I could do nothing, but
-lja in bed In a languishing condition, losing strength and weight, In ' that condition I began usln* Dr. Chase's Nerve
JT^��,-������ ��a cured. Had I not obtained
this treatment J would now be  in the
"box "*lth.th9 roof over .aiynosa. At~
el��hnr-nr>** * have, an energy which
raS2rSSr��u.5 "P'**"1*? thte,letter no
that oil people lutt mmrfaw prolong
their faeattfi aafi strC^th by ualnff thi?
greet raedlcvuo.**
There can be no doubt that this treatment contained exactly what was required
to build up Mr. Leard'a system,
We are constantly receiving so many
letters of this kind that we can, with the
greatest confidence, recommend people of
advanced years to put Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food on trial, as a means of restoring and
maintaining health and vigor.
- Here is another interesting letter.   This
time from a lady:
Mrs. Joseph _Lalonde, Hydro Glen, Out.,
writes: "I havo to thank you very much
for what your medicines" have done for
" me, especially the Nerve Food and Kid-
ney.-Llver Pills. I was bo run down and
nervous last summer that I was in bed.
most of the time, unabte to do any work.
I have also.been troubled with my kidneys for over twenty years, and tried
every doctor I knew of without any per- '
manen't results, but I can say that Br.
Chase's Nerve Food and KIdney-Ialver
Fills have made me feel quite different.
Since taking thia combined treatment X
have been able to do-my housework, and
although I am now 76 years old, I feel
better than I have for years."
("I know Mra. Joseph lAlonda, and
believe her. 'statement regarding Dr.
Chase's medicines to bo true."���W, P.
Flanaery, Postmaster, >
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To British Premier
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no  terrors  for our guests.    Every  room fumigated daily.    A graduate nurse  services  free  always on  hand.     Both  houses are  less
Depot and only a few minutes' walk from the shopp
checks to one ot our porters, who meet aU trains.
Says(to Lloyd George Belongs Much
of Praise for the Victories
__     Marshal  Foch,    generalissimo     of
S'the allied armies, replying to the fe-
vices  free  always on  hand.     Both  houses are  less  than  a  block  from  the  Union     5  licitations of David IJyod George  On
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and be prepared against attacks of rheumatism, inmbago, neuralgia,
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family Mend. Dont experiment���buy Hirst's���always have a bottle ia
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Thanks to England
American Paper Draws Attention to
Help Rendered by British
Navy
Most Americans have had an idea
that the United States had reached a
point in naval .onstruction where, if
tt could not furnish most of the
transports to carry its soldiers overseas, at least it could provide the destroyers to convoy thc transports. Of-
��?&1 figures disclose how erroneous
this opinion is.
��� Last inonth America furnished the
ships���including- the German liners���
for about 40 pcr cent, of the troops
transported, while of the convoying
so far done, 70 per centos credited
to Britisii vessels.
It is worth while to bear these figures in mind for two-reasons. In the
first place, thcy will help us undcr-
. stand the magnitude of Britain's
help to us in getting our men to
France, and in the second place, they
will emphasize thc need of maritime
preparedness. Wc- have now been at
war for a ycar and a half.    In that
-   time we have been feverishly building merchant - cssels and destroyers,
with all our enormous energy.   And
" yet thc bulk of thc work at sea still
falls on our great ally.
A nation simply cannot prepare for
war after war comes, unless it has
powerful friends able to do thc fighting for it for considerably more than
a ycar.���Kansas City Star.
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
The Cafeteria
System for Hogs
Takes Away Much of the Drudgery
and Is Better for the Porkers
Much of thc drudgery is taken out
of hog feeding by the use ' of lhc
self-feeder.    According  to  inyestiga-
���vtions carried on at "the Experimental
Farm at Ottawa, hogs, after they
havc reached a certain age, do better
when fed in this way provided lhe
proper mixtures are used. Strange to
say, v. hen prope.ly handled, dangerous and wasteful overfeeding is not
���o likely to occur with .lie self-feeder as when meals are giver, al stated
hours. It ' as been shown that th^
hogs are thc best judges of when
they should take food. Thc feeder
is fully described in Special Circulni
No. 15 obtainable at thc office of lhe
PuLlications Branch of thc    Dcpart-
- mcnt of Agriculture at Ottawa. This
bin-like receptacle is easily made at
a cost uf about $10 even when new
lum'-Jr is used in its construction.
Wasted Food and Leather
United States Fisheries   Bureau   Is
- Indignant
One hundred and fifty "blackfish"
(or about that number) ran ashore
and wcrc stranded on thc beacn ol
1\ an tucket island recently. _
This becomes more interesting
when it is understood that blackiish
arc not hslies at all, out small whales
from fifteen to forty feet long and
weighing trom one to tnrcc tons
apiece.
Thcy were driven up on the beach
by hshcrnion and allowed to die
tncre���just for sport. No use was
madc ot thcm. 'llie huge carcasses
simply rotted and poisoned thc air.
lhc meat of these whales was
worth in the market twenty-hve
cents a pound. Their hides, for leather, were worth eight cents a pound.
The oil derivable irom their jaws (the
finest known for certain lubricating
purposes)   was  worth $8 a  gallon.
This is "conservation" Massachusetts style. Naturally the United
States hsherics bureau is indignant.
So likewise the food administration.
But what can thcy do about it?
In 1879 1,500 blackfish ran ashore
at Provincctown, near thc tip of Cape
Cod. They all went to waste. Nobody had the gumption to turn them
to any useful account.
Thc blackfish is a silly mammal.
If one of a herd happens to run
ashore, the others will follow it.
Two or three men in a boat, getting
outside of a bunch of them and
banging on tin pails and shouting,
can so frighten thcm that they, will
all rush for thc beach and become
hopelessly stranded.
Thc message from Lloyd George
read:
"Please accept    my  sincere    congratulations on your birthday.- I feel
a particular   pleasure in   addressing
you at  the moment when the ;.llied
armies    under    your    direction     are j
making so formidable a change     in
the military situation. I do not know I
whether I should the more    admire I
your i.iarvellous skill as a commander or your indomitable courage and
the  unquenchable    faith    in   victory
of this war."
Marshal Foch replied: "I am
greatly touched by your congratulations and thank you sincerely. I
do not forget that it is to your insistence that I owe the position
which I occupy today. The sure
sign of the glorious days awaiting
our armies is to be found in the perfect unity which exists now between
all the allied forces."
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Jewellers and War Work
Mothers Value This Oil.���Mothers
who know how suddenly croup may
seize their children and how necessary prompt action is in applying relief, always keep at hand-a supply of
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric CJ, because
experience has taught them that there
is not better preparation to be had
for the treatment of this ailment.
And they are wise, for its various
uses render it a valuable medicine.
Kept Busy
Brown���All things come to him
who waits I
Jones���Yes, a' chap lias to hustle
constantly to escape the things that
he doesn't want.
No child should be allowed to suffer an hour from worms when prompt
relief ban be got in a simple but
strong remedy ��� Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator.
The Hun Faces Defeat
Does Not Show Single Quality Which
Has Made French Strong
France, for four years, has   lived,
kept her courage and sustained her
effort though the brute has been    in
her  backyard,     With  her     northern
towns  razed,  with  her middle  country towns in artillery range and with
Neurasthenia," said Mrs, Biggums "Mamsellc Bertha" paying iron visits
to her cook,   "I think we will have to the hospitals and orphanages   -of
some chicken croquettes today out of | Paris almost daily, the heroic French
that leftover pork and calves' liver."'have smiled, prayed and fought.    Of
"Ycs'm," said Neurasthenia,   callei'thc Englishandltalians the same is
Teeny for short. "An' wc got a little. true. Zeppelin raids at home, military
Proved Themselves Quick to Learn
and Skilful
Jewels are by some people condemned as "baubles" and jewellers as
"parasites of thc rich," but some interesting details of the war work on
which the great majority of jewellers
have been engaged are given by a
correspondent in London.
"That jewelry is waste in war timc
when the country needs all the gold
it can get I will not dispute," he says,
"but I should like to say a word about
the jeweller, who is a highly skilled
artisan, and his part in carrying on
the war. ���>
"In thc early stages the government were hard pressed for mechanics who could quickly adapt themselves to a particular and important
branch of engineering gauge making,
in which accuracy to 10,000th part of
an inch is required.
"Of all the workmen tried, jewellers
proved themselves thc quickest and
most skilful, and the government appeal to thcm met with a splendid response, a fact which should make the
public not grudge the little gold that
is allowed the trade to support the
few remaining elder men who have
taught thc younger ones thc skill
which has proved of such value to the
country."
Inquiries made at the ministry of
munitions found these statements fully corroborated, "lt is perfectly accurate," said an official. "They have
proved of the greatest possible assistance.
"Apart from such operations as
gauge-making, there are a great
many of the more delicate instruments of war which are pivoted on
jewels, and to do this work we were
compelled to get jewellers, while the
delicate watch mechanism for fuses
and that sort of thing required skilled
men of the same class."
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and warding off hang nails from the fingers.
It has therapeutic qualities no other emollient possesses.
Always have a box of Ingram's Vetvcota
Souveraine Paee Powder (SOe.)ln the homa.
A mere touch and olllneas nnd perspiration
disappear. It covers up blemiBhes and fives
you a clear, flawless complexion. It stay*
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line of Ingram's toilet products including
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Bach time you buy a. package of Ingram**
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bread drcssin' what went wid thc
pork, mum. Shall I make some apple
sauce out'n hit, mum?"
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OFF WITH FINGERS
How  to   loosen   a tender com
or callus so it lifts out
without pain
Many New Companies Registered
During the two weeks' ending October lC-twcnty-two ncw companies,
with an aggregate capital of approximately three and a half million dollars, were registered by thc provincial secretary of _ Alberta. Among
the companies incorporated were
three large farming concerns whose
authorized capitals amounted to $1,-
500,000, $1,000,000 and-$300,000,, respectively. Thc registry offices' of
the first two are at Calgary, and of
the-last named- at^New- Daytonj-Al-
bcrta.
"Five bushels of wheat will provide
bread for a soldier on the firing line
for a whole year. Five bushels of
wheat will keep thc lifc in two adult.s
or three children in the refuge camps
of Europe. It.Jsn't a matter of
'money, but of actually saving human
life.
who drink ie?
or coffee fine
substantia
relief when
hey change
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Let folks step on your feet hereafter; wear..shoes a size smaller it
you likS', for corns will never, again
send electric sparks oi pain through
you, according to this Cincinnati
authority.
Hc says that a few drops of a
drug called frcezone^ applied dncctly
upon a tender, aching corn, instantly
relieves soreness, and soon the entire corn, root and all, hits ngnt
out.
ihis drug dries at once and simply
shrivels up the corn or-callus without even irritating the Surrounding
tissue.
A small bottle of freezone obtainiJ
at any drug stori. will cost very little
bur will positively remove cvery
lmrd or solt corn of callus Irom one's
feet.
If your druggist hasn't stocked
this ncw drug yet, tell him to get a
small .bottle ot frcezone for you troui
his wholesale drug house.
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reverses at thc front and hosts of oth
er complication have not deterred
them or weakened their spirit. Now,
with thc -cversal of things in order
how does the German act? We are
not yet on his soil, wc have assailed
none of his cities, wc havc gained no
military advantage that inconveniences or injures his home people, yet
we find him squealing like the pig he
is. Dashing madly hither and yon,
following one peace proposal with
another, shifting responsibility for
the conflict, launching his warning
against  the "American      peril,"      hc
THE A1TER EFFECTS
OF DREADED LA GRIPPE
Worse   Than   the   Disease   Itself���
Victims Left Weak, Nervous
and Worn Out
La Grippe, or Spanish influenza as
the epidemic now sweeping over all
America is called, is one oi the most
dangerous diseases known to mankind. Anyone who has tclt its pangs
is not likely to torget thc trouble. La
Grippe, or influenza, starts with a
sngut cold and cnas with a complication oi troubles. It lays thc victim on his back, it tortures him with
levers and  -chills,    headaches     and
Bounties in B. C.
This pure, wholesome iable drink
does not contain
'caffeine* or any
other harmful,
nerve disturbing ingredient.
"Theresa Reason
PriceS-and-Kegulations Adopted  by
Western Province
Regulations haye been adopted by
an order in council of the lieutenant-
governor of British Columbia providing bounties as follows: Mature coyotes $2, young coyotes $1; mature
timber wolves, black or grey, $10,
young timber wolves $5; mature
cougars $15; young cougars $7.50;
big-horned owls or snowy owls $1.
lhe head or carcass of the owl, and
in the case of animals thc pell, must
bc produced. An applicant for a
bounty, unless hc be an Indian, must
offer for inspection his firearms license or badge. Any person purchasing a pelt from an Indian may
obtain the bounty for thc Indian by
producing the pelt. Justices of thc
Peace or Bounty Commissioners arc
required to examine both cars of
each pelt of cvery limber wolf or
cougcr, and if a hole bc found in
cither ear the application for bounty
is to bc refused. If the cars are
found intact, a hole is to bc cut in
the left car. Any government agent
can pay the bounty on coyotes if
thc application and certificate, together with the pelt, have been produced.
India Has, Given
Over 1,000,000 Men
Soldiers Ere Fighting on All Fronts
���War Loans and Other Supplies Also Large
Gen. Allenby's great victories in
Palestine and Syna in which India
has played a prominent part, madc
thc time opportune to place on record
thc answer of- India to thc call to
arms issued by the Britisii empire.
Indian troops have borne their
share of the war in France, Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Dardanelles, at
Saloniki, tiast Africa and in Central
Asia. Up to July 31, 1918, India had
contributed no fewer than 1,115,189
men to the British army.
The first Indian war loan reached
the sum- ol ��40.000,000 sterling, and
the second loan has reached even a
greater amount.
India has sent tc the various theatres of war more than 1,500 miles of
railroad track, 50 engines and 4,500
cars.
shows not a' single quality of the I backaches, lt leaves him a prey to
many that have made the French, for | pneumonia, bronchitis, consumption
example, strong, determined and fine and other deadly diseases,    its alter
in the  face of bad fortune
News.
-Buffalo
Evcry careful and observing mother knows when her child suffers from
worms. She also knows that if some
remedy be not speedily applied much
harm will result to thc infant. The
best application that can" bc got is
Miller's Worm Powders. Thcy drive
worms from the system and "set up
stimulating and soothing effects, so
that thc child's progress thereafter is
painless and satisfying.
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India's Fine Response
To tne War Loan
Will
English Diners
Will Want Furs
Hotels
Greater Wheat Acreage Needed
Thc Canadian wheat crop for 1918
has proved disappointing, despite thc
increased efforts to put a larger acreage into crop.    This effort must    be
renewed for 1919.    Victory is_ in the
air. , Canada must not relax in    her
task of furnishing supplies.   It is important that    the    greatest    possible
wheat  acreage   lie  plowed    this  fall. J
Thc  United  States   crop    this    ycar j
was fortunately a big success.   Next j
year it will hc Canada's turn,
allies depend upon us.
Severe Fuel   Rationing   for
and Restaurants
Well-lighted and heated hotels and
restaurants will bc unknown in Eng-
land_lhis_ winter.���The- rationing - of
hot Js, and icstaura:.:s and thc catering trade generally, under the fuel
and lighting order is being specially
dealt with by the coal controller, who
urges proprietors of these establishments to assist in cvery way by careful 'use of coal, gas and clcctricitv,
and asks the public to co-operate by
not demanding lire and light that can
possibly bc done without.
The coal controller points out that
Stand by England Through
Thick and Thin
In a country where eloquence and
fluency of speech come naturally to
men, the young Maharajah of Jodh-
pur has profoundly stirred all India
by thc fiery appeal which he made for
support for thc government's war
loan and man power proposals at a
recent durbar at which 300 of thc
chief men of the state of Jodhpiu
were present.
"The lime," said his highness, "is
not for words nor for promises, but
for deeds; and, owing to the collapse
of Russia, owing to Germany having
been able to get an outlet to India,
owing lo every British citizen, old or
young, even including thc women of
thc country, being engaged in defending thc rights of thc weak against
the tyranny of the strong, the trumpet has sounded from the monaich,
and ��rom_his lieutenant,_thc_yiceroy,
calling upon India to do its duty and
save, its hearth and home from thc
dangers of invasion by a cruel, relentless and barbarous enemy, an
encniy who spares neither young nor
old, who has neither regard for sex
nor for humanity.
"Rajputs, and other martial races
of Marwar, whose women were at
one time so brave as not to see thc
faces of their husbands who ficd from
the field of battle; jagirdars,^  whose
every foim of display by means   ol,bravery kept the Raj of Manvar in
lighting, though it may bc more ap-ltact against the cruel invasions of a
parent than serious, nevertheless is a bigoted monarch during thc absence
subject of comparison and comment,
aud would set a bad example to thc
householders who arc showing every
intention to usc less coal and light in
their homes. lie asks for subdued
lighting in lounge and dining rooms,
for its abolition in show cases, and
for tlic ban of multiple lights in bedrooms.
It is essential that guests should
realize that hotels and restaurants
arc severely rationed for light and
fuel, and it is confidently hoped that
thc public, by sound and sensible
support, will help to put thc national
interests before comfort and luxury.
The
Would Take the Chance
Pat, whose regiment was in action,
became quite overcome by ' fright
and started on a run for thc rear.
An officer called on him to stop,
shouting: "Stop, or I'll fire at youl"
Pat increased his speed. "Foirc
awayl" he yelled. "Phwat's wan
bullet to a bushel of 'em?"
W.     N.     V.     1256
The Wool of the Llama
The wool of this curious animal is
largely in usc in Bolivia, where thc
traveller may see Indian women sitting before their huts and spinning
the wool, while they watch their
flocks. These women use hand looms,
on which they make blankets and
shawls,
Cuticura Heal1
Pimples On Face
That Itched and Burned.
Scratched Constantly.
""I bad pimples and blackheads on
niy face which were caused by bad
blood. They came to a head
and were hard and red caua��
ing disfigurement for tha
time being. Tbey itched
and burned so much that
I constantly scratched find
made them worse.
"I sent for a free sample of ���uticur��
Soap and Ointment, and afterwards
bought more. Now I am completely
healed." (Signed) Miss Josephine A.
Wctmsre, 35 Sheriff St., St, John,
N. B., Axsg. 10,1917.
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of their ruler, who, being a child,
was being hi ought up by a devoted
dewan in thc mountains of Scwana;
people of Manvar, who were always
ready to sacrifice themselves in protection of their country, and wcrc
ready to_ sacrifice all and everything
in opposing the invader, is j'our patriotism dead, is your regard for your
king and country dead? If so, wc
are not fit to take our place in the
mighty empire to which wc arc proud
to belong. People who cannot protect the women, thc sacred cow, the
weak and aged, and thc hearth and
home arc, according to our Lord Sri
Krishna, fitted to be slaves to do the
bidding of others, rather than to be
a nation taking part in the destinies
of the world. No, no, Marwar will
not fail in doing its duty, whatever
the circumstances may bc. The
heavier the blows from thc enemy,
thc greater his success, the more resolute wc will bc^ in our iron determination to achieve ultimate victory."
Aftcr mentioning that he had of-
ifcrcd a regiment a thousand strong
to the British government, and thit
hc looked to his sirdars to help him
to fulfill liis promise, thc Maharajah
concluded:
"One word more, gentlemen, before I take my scat. I havc heard
people saying that England's need is
India's opportunity. I do not believe in this philosophy. England's
need is India's duty, and as England
is doing her duty to the world, India
is bound to do its duty to England,
whose component part it has become
by thc divine wilL There should bc
no bargain, no barter; Marwar has
to stand up by thc ..ide of England
through thick and thin, and will live
or die with her."
Over three lakhs of rupees wcrc
subscribed to the war loan on the
spot. It may be mentioned that the
Maharajah has already seen service
in France, where he led his own cavalry-
ettecls are orten more serious than
the disease itself, lt is quite possible
to avoid la grippe by keeping thc
blood rich and red by thc use of Dr.
Williams' i-'ink Pills���a tonic medicine which enriches thc blood and
strengthens the nerves. It, however,
tlie disease attacks --you, the patient
should at once go to bed, and call a
doctor belore complications set in.
lhat is thc only sate thing to do. But
to recover >our strength after thc
severity of the attack lias passed, you
will hnd Dr. Williams' Pink Pills an
unsurpassed tonic. Through the usc
oi this medicine, all thc evil aftcr
effects of this trouble-will bc banished. This has been proved in thousands of cases throughout Canada,
where in previous seasons la grippe
has attacked them. Among the many
thus restored to full health is Miss
Irene Bootes, Portsmouth, Ont., who
says:���"1 take much pleasure in recommending Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, because 1 have proved their
worth in my own case. Last winter
L had a severe attack of la grippe
and it lelt mc weak and all' run
down. 1 had severe pains in the
chest and under thc arms, palpitation- of thc heart and attacks ot neuralgia which left mc with thc feeling
that life was scarcely "worth living. I
was advised tc try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills and began their use only
on the principle that I would try any-
i.,)�� i..... ...i0ni oe-.tci my condition, . I had only been using the pills>
a couple of weeks when thc pains
began to leave mc. Gradually my
strength returned, mv appetite improved, and in a little more than a
month-1 _fclt aiLmy old-time-vigor
had returned. 1 am sincerely glad I
was persuaded to try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills, and I shall always have
a good word to say for them."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not only
cure thc disastrous aftcr effects of la
grippe, but arc also a specific for all
troubles due to poor blood, such as
anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion,
women's ailments, and the generally
worn cut feeling that affects so many
people. You can get these pills
thiough any dealer in medicine, or
by mail at 50 cents a box or six
boxes for ?2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
To Help Production
The Contractor Idea as Applied   to
Farming Is a Good One
iJany a club or business men's
committee in the towns and cities of
Canada could aid greater war-time
production on the farms if they would
adopt the "tractor and contractor"
idea, which has .been installed in
*' 'litrcal and adopted in Chatham,
Ont.
The contractor idea as applied to
farming is simply this: A club of
business men in a town form a little
company, with a capital of perhaps
$10,000. They buy a tractor at a cost
of about $1,000, and undertake to
plow idle land or re alar land on a
contract. They employ a practical
man as their contractor, a man who
has bt n used to handling labor and
getting things done. The war has
altered the activities of many such
men. Railway contracting, bridge
building and such work has been
greatly limited by reason of the demands of .he war upon capital, upon
labor and upon other energies of the
people.
In Montreal, Mr. J. P. Anglin, the
well known engineer and building
contractor, has undertaken a big contract to plow idle acreage near Montreal, and a syndicate of business men
has been formed to do similar work
in -"ent county, Ont. These examples might well .be followed
throughout Canada.
Eskimos Have No Surname
Forty Years More
Harry Lauder paid a visit to thc
western front some time ago. While
standing before a great barbed wire
barricade he asked a Highlander how
long hc thought the war would last.
"Forty ycars," said the _ Highlander, never moving an eyelid. "We'll
bc fighting another ycar, and then
it'll tak' us 39 ycars more to wind up
the wire."���Exchange.
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget
Cows.  -
in
They Know the Way
West Indian turtle catchers declare that newly hatched turtles pos-
scss< an uncanny instinct of thc direction in which the nearest water
lies. Even when thc. eggs . have
been taken inland and hatched several .miles from the sea, the little
turtles will point in a direct line toward thc salt water, and at once begin to make their way toward it.
Mmfimxl
r'$mmi%
^^BEJ^J
Importance of
Live Stock Industry
Encouragement Given by the Various
Governments to Farmers
Western Canada is one of thc few
countries which at the present timc
is not only maintaining the numbers
of its live stock, but is also gradually
increasing them year by year. This
is largely due to the excellent conditions suitable^ to the raising of all
kinds of live stock prevailing
throughout the country���conditions
which enable the business of live
stock raising to be carried on more
profitably than it can be done in
many countries which have been
much longer settled. That the live
stock industry in Western Canada
will continue to grow is manifest
With such natural conditions as prevail in Western Canada and with
the encouragement given by the various governments to farmers to engage in the industry, it could not do
other than grow.
-Through the-effort3-of lite-provincial governments, hundreds of farmers have been able either to increase
their herds, or to make a beginning
with live stock sooner than they otherwise would. During thc past year
thc Saskatchewan government has
been particularly active in this respect, but thc Alberta and Manitoba
governments have not lagged far be-
hind.^ In thc northern parts of the
provinces, especially, thc live stock
industry is receiving a tremendous
impetus on account of thc abundance
of feed available.
The Manitoba government has distributed hundreds of cattle and sheep
this ycar in the northerly part of th��
province among fanners who are
able to maintain more live stock
than their ready cash would ^ buy.
The Saskatchewan government is doing thc same. During thc week just
past a trainload of cattle and sheep,
containing 300 head of the former and
2,400 head of the latter, waa forwarded from Calgary, Alberta, to
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to supply
the demands of the farmers in the
district tributary to the latter city.
Thc live stock commissioner of that
province has been scorning Canada,
and parts of the United States for
suitable stock to fill orders his department has received from farmers
in various parts of the province. Nor
has Alberta been backward in this
movement to supply stock to farmers
on terms that will enable them to get
a favorable start. During thc month
of September not less than $29,739
was lent to farmcrs^of the province
under the provisions of its "Cow
Bill," for the purpose of securing cattle, and 513 head were purchased with
the sum and distributed in various
districts.
_ -The wonderful opportunities for
live stock raising in Western Canada
are clearly recognized by those in
authority and in -view of this fact, and
thc absence of unfavorable conditions
thc industry is certain to grow to a
far greater importance than it has
vet reached.
Cannot Trace Ancestors More Than
One Generation
Eskimos are not able to trace theii
ancestors back for more than a generation or two because the Eskimo
names do not run from generation to
generation, and in cvery Eskimo family each person has a separate name.
Mendalook, who is a teacher at
Kotzebuc, says that the Eskimos
call themselves "Enupcak."
"Wc learn tliat name from our
forefathers," he continued. "It
means 'a rcal human being.' White
people are called 'Nalluakmeult,*
which means in English, 'people who
come from white t^n sealskin.' Our
forefathers gave the white people
that name because of the color of
their skin, but called themselves
'Enupeak,' or 'real human beings.'
_ "Let us try to 'Enupcak' in every
right way we can. One way is to
have an 'Enupeak'-surname. We are
not a real people because we have no
'Enupeak* surnames. In evcry Eskimo family each person has a separate name, so we cannot trace our
forefathers a generation. We know,"
hardly our -eat-grandfathcr's name,
only our grandfather's name, and
because there is^ no family namc. _ '
"Wc may bc given a name by white
people, but that will not be a real
name to us, as wc are 'Enupeak.' We
must use our 'Enupcak' name for
our last name. If we have no 'Enupcak' name, our name will sink as a
stone when we throw it into thc water. And then our next generation
will hardly know our name.
To Begin On
"So 3rour husband refused to buy
you an automobile?"
"Not exactly refused; he _ said _ I
ought first to become familiar with
machinery in general, so he bought
me     sewing machine."���Judge.
MONEY OKDhKS
The sale way to send money by mail is Ot
Dominion Express Money Order.
Keep your shoos neat
IN1
SHOE POLISHES
1IQUIDS and PASTES
^laACK.WHIli.TAN. DARK BROWN
im OX-BLOOD SHOES
PRESERVED LEATHER
j Row to Purify |
��� the Blood |
m "Fifteen to  thirty drop* of  ~
A Extract of  Root*,   commonly
3, called  Mother  Seigel's Carsthre
A Syrap, may be taken tn water
T with meal* and &t bedtime, for
�� the cure of indigention, conttl-
t> pation and bad blood.   Pertiit-
A encc in this treatment will effect
j) a cure in nearly every cate."
t h Get tho genuine at drugputt.
��*^9<��"��b'Q'*>9^>'9'*is,e<*2rm'*>Q
NURilNG
B*ra from S10 to $25 e week. iLrara without Inviaft
home. Booklet lent free. XOYA1 COLLEGE OF
SCIENCE. 799 B 6 Spe&uAre., Teraat*. Cu,
Th* Great  JSnetUh  StmeSm,
T��nw and (avigonte* tht vhsM
Bursts* viUB), snsiea n*vr Blo����
gkbUiiy.UtnitiZ and Brain Worry, Jteiptm*
tewfc Le$�� ���fEnervp, Pelpitaiim qflM*
Start, jfefifoj; Memory.   Prie* tl per bos, ota
' "\   OaawiUplMM,cix will mite.  Bald brail
[MU *a xGftUad la pitta pkg. oa receipt) rf
Marking- a ncw step in the development of the port of Vancouver zs
a wheat distributing point, Australian
wheat was on September J7 for the
first time in history bulked and cleaned at thc Canadian government elevator?, preparatory lo being- shipped
to thc Old Countrv,
Women, on British Farms
There are now about 270.000   women woTlviog- on    farms    in    Great
1 Britain. * ���
BS��ICiNKCOMt0SSB7a.0KT, (FwatrtiMaiicsJ
TYPH
b no more ji*ce*s*ry
thinSmallpos;. Arasjr
experience ha* de&Mostraled
tbe alauct miraculous Ctrl'
-eacy, SQsSharfrJessntss.olfAnlKyplioMVacclMtiai.
Be ncdnased NOW by yoa* phnlclao, yoa u��
ysax family. It is more rlialthaa house Iflsnraaee.
JL& yoa? shysldan, timgg&i sr jcMfoJ ^xrt
yoa bad TyphoSdJ" telling ot Typhoid t��edae*
tesultsjiaaus , irnddaarei-Jrcta Typhoid Canisau
rm antra la&oeatory. rcskley. col.
rtosvans v*ccjat�� a ntsxx vmbx* a. t. cos, oust*
tm.it.2.MJ&
HcrtjsitJiij niA
fK H1CW FRENCH REM JtSJV.
HERAPION   ..
rsst ����ec��a, cctxs enosic wx&xwo. torr rto<rit
VIK, tlMJt.  CMDDE2. DISKASIS. BLOOB  PCT	
rn-zt. srrasK *��- esoosn-n w mail tu tesv 4
*OUQ!UACa.la ��XSKXAH*-r.It��W70ftSart.T����>l
toaoaro. ^rinr����oxjTtSK��QCiToa��!. Ug Cl
Uif.Oa,nt.rtaTctet.t.o.sUMrtTK*o.hotroott, s
ssrxx'ir&uassrt&sra.nsfOiucor un ��n .
THERAPION tssss���
IBS YKtt TStSt MASKED VBK* 'ZKBUJtSa' W W
Bg.WTt.��Mtt��na��TO*M.waraB��ftoijjiiii Wmm
fl^i'CiSrrf1   ���!
THE LEDGE
I;-��2 a year strictly in  advance,   or $2.50
v. lien not paid for thtce months.    If not
y'aid for'until the end of the year it is $3
Ji is always"^2.50 a year lo  the  United
-Slates in advance.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor arX financier.   .
Greenwood Farmers'
Institute
���E   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ADVERTISING RATES
r^Hmjueut Co-Owner Notices $25.00
'���' c.-O. and Oil Notices     700
Xixxwy Notices 3.00
'��� : rds of Thanks     1.00
(.!���:: tificaie of Improvement  12.50
(Vviiere more than one claim appears ir notice; $5.00 for .each additional claim.)
All other'legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertion, and S cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
tneasureincnt.
The amount of gopher tails
brought iu to the meeting of the
Greenwood ��� Farmers' Institute
���were as follows:
Gordon Jenks 160 tails, J. Jftr-
dine*S5, J. McDonald 75/ S. McDonald 50, J. Putzel 55, F. Ber-
bholdt 100, J. Duhamel 60. .
Further prizes will be awarded
for .the three who briDg in the most
tails for the season, namely: 1st
prize $3.00, 2nd prize S2.00, 3rd
prize ��1.00, the same award will be
paid for tails, the prizes stated are
additional. All tails count, chip-
monks and moles.
Owing to the illness of Bill
Davidson, Andy Shilland is now
acting as organizer for the International Union of Mine, Mill and
Smelter Workers.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, ancl
that lhc editor would be'pl eased
to have more money.
The Clergyman's Parrot
MONUMENTS
KOOTENAY GRANITE AND
MONUMENTAL CO.. LTD.
FRONT ST.,  NELSON.  BOX 865
GREENWOOD   GARAGE
AUTOS . SOLD   AND   REPAIRED
All Work Guaranteed
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Morse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
AGENT FOR
Chevrolet, Dodge, and Studebaker Cars?
Also Republic and National Trucks
W.   A.   RITCHIE
GREENWOOD
The happy man lives a long life
on this earth.
Try  every  day  to   make somebody smile and be happy.
In  some parts  of   Canada   tbe
Bun has been taken out of Sunday.
Tins price of butter,   tobacco, or
else will  come down if
you quit using it.
anything
Thb dead have the besfe of it.
Thej' do not have feo buy meal
tickets, and are nob affected by the
wreck of matter aud the crash of
worlds.
Give the labor unions all they
ask, and fehere will be np labor
troubles in Canada. As a rule
resistance increases fehe strength
of any movement.
The use of apples, olive oil and
distilled water will prevent old
age of the body. -Cheerfulness will
prevent the mind from becoming
aged.
To remain serene, quiet,' undisturbed;',-through the -battles -of
everyday life, is an evidence/-of
real', power; born of., faith,", says
Eome Wise'thinker. Xx. ���
Au old lady in indifferent health
who had a pet parrot  told  her old
servant she had left her one pound
a   week   so long as   Polly   lived.
One  day,   the servant,   who   was
longing  to  receive   the   promised
pension ife is feared, said, in an impatient   voice,    "If   the old lady
would only  die!"    A. short time
after the  mistress came iu, when
Polly cried out,  "If the old lady
would  only  die."    Terribly upset
and thinking her end was near Bhe
sent for the parson, a  near  neighbor.    Hearing her tale, and seeing
the depression  caused  by  Folly's
speech, the, parson said, "Oh that's
nothing,   parrots say  all kinds of
foolish things, the   bird is perhaps
dull and wants a companion, I will
send   my  bird  over; he is full   of
spirits."    In a short time the parson's    parrot    was    brought   in.
When the cover was  taken off its
cage, the old  lady's  bird  at once
repeated   his  new phrase,   "Oh, if
fehe  old    lady   would   only   die!"
Hardly had ife uttered those words
before   the   parson's    parrot    responded in the voice of his master,
"We beseech thee to hear us, good
Lord."���In a letter from England.
Autos For Mire.   The Finest
Turnouts  in the Boundary.
Light and heavy Draying
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENWOOOD. B.C
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
The Consolidated Mining & SmeltiDg Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers   of Gold,   Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig Lead and Spelter
"TADANAC" BRAND
LAND NOTICE
CEALED TENDERS addressed to the under
lie  San- Diego  the.ofeher  uighfe,
the janitor- of-   the   Isis   theatre
found  a  diamond   brooch on  the
- floor n-orth ' $5,000." / He returned
it to the owner and  was offered 50
ceiits as  a reward, -'which  he' re-
iused. ' The next   day   somebody
left- $20 for him.at  the  box office."
It-is really .'remarkable ,'liow- much
.generosity.there is-in   this world,
seeing "that��� the .more " you   give.
away the more voti have.
.Tri'EiiE are too.many fools iriVfehe
.���World, 'and. that- -is " why -we' now
have . Prohibition.';���. i-It- 'was. -the-
. foolish rum dealers" that-caused tlie
-dpy-Av.ave--to- blow '-over-fthis con':,
tineufe.": '-The. fool' drinker -wanted
to drin'k/.up "all the 'booze .iu one
day, .and tbe ;fool .gin; slinger
���wanted, him to do ife'iu' thafe.;spare.
pf time.. -Between ..the' two,7; the
doctors -are- getting . rich ' writing.
pr-ef.eripti.onP, and ,-t be-Jiioonsh in ers.
are - buying .-.fa'Sfc /autos'-. and '-. big
diamond?...   -;--    ���'.'-'.-.r.     '���'
The Game of Life
Ace. High
"A boy," the muse announced, and then
The happy millionaire
Sat down and wilh his gold-trimuied pen
.Wrote out for son aud heir -    -
A check for fifty-thousand, "cool,    ...
: To-start-hiui off in life���.'    - - ,     ...
And planned  where Boy should .go   to
school,' -,    -- ���
And kissed his pretty wife. : .
A Pair
"It's twins," the smiling nurse did cry
7 To Sniith, the office clerk.
And with .a proud light in his eye,
He hurried off to work. '.       - -  ,.-
He did. not dare to miss a day;.
His salary- was small,    "
Arid now there we're "new bills to pay,
Autl he would .need-it all.    " ���-   -"
.     .   Three of a Kind
"Triplets" was. the message that"..
' Tliey brought to Jiinuiy-Jones.    ' .   '-
With dazed delight he took his hat,
And dragged-his weary houes-  ...     .   -"
Unto thc dusty yard where he "-    i   . .
-Was-wont to shovel coal���
Not caring what the cost" would be;, ���'. '--,: -
Because he had iio. roll.'.-."   ;'.'   : -
yV..:,_:._i.VA_Fuir:HO!JSe.-X-'"X-  X.-'-r
And,Tony. Tripe, the section hand; .';"
.Whose assets were" nilplus,'.' ;;'    . ���   .
Sabg.and danced to beattheband-'
And made an awful-fuss,-'-' ~/; '_'-
When ."Quadruplets",  was.   whispered
-��� -"'.\frbm- ;- "._���-���"���'-   -���   " ,'' ;-"-".-  ' -
The softly opened door.   -.-- \ ���'.
And now Iguess'uiy story's done;.. ..:.., .-
��������� I-can't say any. more.'-   ���       ���"'���'-'.-���"   - -���
V ���"'.--.."'.'-r:.'���'-���-'.    . .Justin" .Nutt.
signed, unci endorsed "Tender for wharf
at Naramata, B.C.," will he received at this
office until 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, July
9, 1919, for the construction of n wharf at
Naramala, District of Vale, British Columbia.
Plans and forms of contract can be seen and
specification and forms of tender obtained at
this Department;, at the offices of the District Engineer at Chase, B, C, aud at the Post
Offices, Vancouvor, B.C., and Naramata, B.C.
Tenders will not be cousiderld unless made
on printed forms supplied by the Department
and in accordance with conditions contained
thereon.
Each tender must be accompanied by an
accepted check on a chartered bank, payable to
the order of the Minister of Public Works,
equal to 10 p.c. of the amount of the tender.
War Loan Bonds of the Dominion will also be
accepted as security, or war bonds and cheques
if required to make up an odd amount.
NOTE.���Blue prints can be obtained at this
Department by depositing an accepted bank
cheque for the sum of $10. payable to the
order of the Minster of Public Works, which
will be returned if the Intending- bidder submit
a reg-ular bid.
By order
K. C. DESROCHERS,
Sccretary
Departmeut of Public Works,
Ottawa, June 5, 1919.
In the Similkameen Land District, Recording
District of Fairview: and situate East of
and adjoining Lot 1028.
TAKE NOTICE that V Charles Grascr,
of Boundary Falls in said District, occupation,
Rancher, intend to aoply  for  permission  to
purchase the following described lauds:    .
Commencing- at a post planted at the
Soulh-ISast comer of Lot 10J8; thence North 20
chains; thence East 20 chains; thence South 20
chains; aud thence West 20 chains, and contain imr 40 acres more or less, the same 10 b;
utilized for grazing- purposes.
Dated at Boundary Falls, B.C., May 30, 1919.
CHARLES GRASER.
Culameen fiotel
PRINCETON, B.C.
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty mealo.       ''
A. O. JOHNSON
PROP.
ooc-00000000000000000000000
T.    THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AMD REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOOD
J ���        O
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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 $ 1.50. Silver-I,ead
jte.oo Silver-Lead-Zinc 53.00. Charges
for other metals, etc., on application.
H. McKEE
GREENWOOD
Dealer in
WOOD
Orders Promptly Filled
NECESSITY may sometime compel you to sui>~
render your investment in War Savings
Stamps, but should this happen you get all your
irione}' back, with a good rate of interest in addition
for the time in which you have lent it to the
Government.
/ r' Sixteen 25.-cent Thrift Stamps
fcill buy a $4.00 War Savings
Stamp worth  $5.00  in   1924.
NATIONAL WAB  SAVINGS   COMMITTEE
(Briiish Columbia Division)
... Vancouver, B. C.
THE  NEW  WAY  AND  THE  OLD
Order Now
Your Cutting Machinery -   Binders   -   Mowers
and Rakes
We handle the McCormick  and  Deering   Line
.and willbe pleased to order repairs
for all makes of Machines
Get our prices on Barb Wire and   Nails,     We can
save you money on large*?? small lots.
Ship us your hides.   We pay cash and remit promptly.
BROWNS     -
II
Midway, B. C. j
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Synopsis of
Land *ct Imamfments
'XX
Old And" New
-.-������','N.evv: York",Tribune:.' .The old-
'fPiSbionecl'.Amdrican",Sunday suited
... admirably ' pur - husky,;-.outdoors
J ancestors. - One dank  day of.bver-
. eating -and  loafing  was   probably
good.for "them.   "But our'modern
 ways'' is .- something'. ,els<?. again.
'��� 'Strictly adhered to  in -this era of
'' offices'-and-nerve" strain,. fche  old--
���time Sunday, will ruin ten stomachs
for'., every eoul-It saves.    And in
.    the long  run  from  generation  to
...���.-generation, a good  digestion,  is  a
nbfe an ^unimportant aid  to godliness and.: virtuous conduct.    Is it
too much toilbqk  forward, to that
religion should  some, -day bracket
dyspepsiayind the -'devil   together
>;acd try a joint drive against them
-' k0**1'- . "V  ''i-xx'x.xxx
'������'.... -> The Unpredictable^^
���������",,- Vicar���On.strike again? What's
. the grievance this time?- v.   iXi-XX
i   Striker���We don't, rightly know.
'.yet..   We're just ^waitin': to 'ear'
from headquarters. - ;
, .The. liedge is - S2-" a- year" "in
advance, When = not", paid--'for
three 'months'; it* is,\$2:50,:..:.and
when paid, a Lend of year.it is $3.
ilftiSiiMiiiiWiSSii..
S^^^fM^Mi^WpSMm^
Minimum   price   of  flrst-olass  land -
reduced to $5 an' acre; second-class to
$2.5.0 an acre.
Pre-emption  now confined  to sur-'
veyed lands only.  . ��
Records will be granted covering only ~
1 land suitable for agricultural purposes
And which Is non-timber .land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  -
but parties of not more than four may
arrange ��� for   adjacent   pre-emptions
with joint residence, but each making
���necessary improvements on respective
���' claims. .' ^        	
.. Pre-emptors must occupy "claims for
live years and make improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before .receiving Crown Grant.'
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 years, and has' made proportionate improvements, he may, be- .
cause.of ill-health, or other cause,"be
granted intermediate certificate, of im- -
provement and transfer-his claim.
Records   without   permanent ��� resi-'
dence may be issued, provided appli-'
cant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per. annum and records same each -
year.    Failure to make improvements
or record  same will  operate  as. for-
teitiire.  . Title cannot  be obtained  in ,.
less.than 6 years, and.improvements
of $10.00  per acre,"  including 6  acres '.
cleared and cultivated, and residence '>���
of at least 2'years are required.
Pre-emptor . holding- Crown    grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land tin conjunction with his   -
.���  farm, without actual occupation, pro--'
. -vided - statutory  improvements   made
and  residence  maintained  on  Crown
.  granted land. ���-"-   ':     .  ?.,
. Unsurveyed areas, not. exceeding 20 ���
..  acre3,   may" be  leased  as  homeaites;
title to be obtained after fulfilling resi- '
dential and Improvement conditions.
' For grazing and industrial purposes
areas   exceeding   6-10   acres   may   be ���
.. leased by one person or company.
' Mill,  factory or' industrial sites on
timber land- not  exceeding   40  acres
-'. may be purchased; conditions include
- payment of stumpage.
Natural   hay.  meadows   inaccessible
by' existing roads may ��� be purchased
���  "conditional upon construction of a road
. .to them.- Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made.
To-day we answer the telephone as "Jones & Company, Mr.'Smith
speaking," or this Mr. Smith's residence."
It is concise and definite, smacks of efficiency and eliminates
uncertainty.
The person calling, too, replies with, "Mr. Brown wishes to Jalk
with Mr. Smith.'.' These are the telephone "introductions'7 of
today���and they make for good service all around.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY, Ltd-
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*  The only up^o/date Hotel ia the interior.   First-class   |
j* in every respect, ��g��
CENTRALLY LOCATED
J Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
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each room.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAM RLE ROOMS
Steam Heated;  Electric Lig-hted.
RATES 31.00 per day and up; European Plan.
. ��� v'_       ��� Bus Meets all Trains and Boats; ...
111
GRANTS
.; PRE-EMPTORS'     free
:-'1 ���- . / ,-   -���-. ACT,    >���
* -j3��e,��*5 ��ns-'Ted to'
-   ing with His MaWtvSJ1 andserv-  ���
tor title under this io?r,=may. apl"> -
emptionsPreCprded aner JuL0^  &��"  '
Taxes are remitted-��!. n. ne-2C- 1918.
X Provision fwretwn of-^7ears-
towTorVyloU hew'bv E p,irchase
���: Allied Forces  or-i&!��nJ?y- ?nembers of
direct or ?ndlrectSt^VC��luired '
llB.tment.t6 March 31^  mo     from-en- .
: sub-p^h^of: crown .;-:
^^t^%^^nc^.or
Crown Lands., acquiring" rirff.?8*,. pf
purchasers who failed' ti>- }3 tr.om
��n^naf%Jnvol��ln�� forfeit0ureC00���^,e
made by.May 1. i��2o?a      ?   raust   be
GRAZING.
Vides for. grazir g diswnJ^"3^' *���--\.
administration   under^ Corn��� ,d Tange ������'
...Annual grazing permits Is^^8SL0nerJ;?
: on numbers ranged-nHorAJ'J0'3 ^ased "-
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^-^onQniy and Satisfaction |
eombinedf with Promptness ��
are thq features which go tp 1
make up the Service we give 3
ow xustomeirs^
one of them?
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(Ruled or Plain)
Envelopes, Bil
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