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THE
LEDGE
THE  OLDEST  MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER  IN  BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Vol.   XXV.
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918.     ^/
MANY   NEW   LINES
Come In And See Our
Large And Well Assorted Stock] Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.
I
Many   kinds of Oil,  Tinware
and  Hardware
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
No. 21
Life, Fire, Health and
Accident
RealJEstate, Ranches and
Mining?Broker
AUCTIONEER
Charles King
GREENWOOD.       - B. C.
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Insurance      1f ArOUIld Home I
Keep on the Ban
I    GREENWOOD  GROCERY    |
S= Canada Fool Board License No. 8-6251 ��3
B   ,       ^
sr The   Food   Board   Asks   You   to   Save ^
B THE FLOUR H
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��~ We carry a most complete stock of other Cereals ~3
y>~ ^��^�����������^..��^ ���^
H We specialize in TEA and COFFEE in pkge or bulk =��
H AT REASONABLE PRICES H
I     LHE" c�� BRYAN     1
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"STORE OF QUALITY"
A  FINE   LINE  OF
Gloves, Mitts, Socks,
Boots, Shoes and
Clothing
AT
J. Go McMYNN
MIDWAY      -      '-     B. C.
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   -   .��.'#��   $125 each
100    �����      /   -    ���    2.00  ��
200 ���������    v   ���   /.   3.50 ��'
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
For Fall
Now Showing New Arrivals in
Suits and Over-Coats
Comfort   doesn't   rule  where
style, quality and character
are  lacking
Get into a
FIT-REFORM
and be comfortable
Major R. G. Hargreaves is still
in' France.
There are nine autos owned  at
the Mother Lode.
Charles Oliver  will  visit England in the spring.
Conductor    Nelson    went    to
Kaslo on Tuesday.
Sugar Cane was grown  in  the J
Okanagan this year.
Fred Hosking was in town this
week on his way east.
Oroville will have a large canning factory next year.
Large   assortment   of   Xmas
cards.    Coles Book Stor^e.
Miss Mae Lawson of  Allenby
is visiting friends in town.
John E). Benson is doing some-
trapping up Boundary creek.
Large stock of Dolls, Toys and
Sleds.   Coles Book Store.
The Grand Forks smelter has
three furnaces in operation.
Don't get your feet wet. Lots
of Rubbers at Rendell's Store.
Mrs. James McCreath returned
from Vancouver on Saturday,
Shipment just in of fresh bulk
chocolates at Goodeve's Drug
Store.
A phone and a stove are needed at the Beaverdell railway
station.
Daring the past week 1500 new
cases   of   Flu   have developed in
Spokane, and the situation has got
beyond the control of doctors and
nurees.   The echools are to be re-
closed for an indefinite'period, and
aU children  kept off the streets. I
The  takiDg   off  of the   ban  has
caused a terrible increase of the
scourge in hundreds of towns and
cities, and millions may die of this
plague before spring.   In the face
of all this evidence,  it is  the utmost folly to permit schools or any
public places to be  re-opened in
any part of B. C. until the plague
has entirely disappeared from the
west.   Those unwise people  who
are clamoring for crowds, should
be interned or muzzled,  especially
the creed boosters, until the pestil
once has ceased to exist.
Western Float!
The Flu caused eight deaths in
Golden.
Found Before Gold
W. Elson 8 Co
Greenwood
Change of Firm
Ravine Durehased tlie Clear
Store from R. J. MUIR, I will
De pleased to furnish the sub-
lie, at reasonable trices, witb
Tobacco. cigarettes. Clears.
Fruit. Confectionery, Etc
R. H. GUISE
x:
x
Windsor Hotel
Greenwood, B.C.
The Windsor Hotel is one of the
oldest and most comfortable hotels in the
red metal metropolis. It is located in the
heart of the city, and convenient to all
business houses, Heated with steam'and
electricity, Fine sample'rooms, Many
of the bedrooms-contain electric heaters,
The bar is replete with modern beverages. Hot coffee, sandwiches, and light
lunches always ready. Touch the wire
if you want rooms reserved.
Christian Science service will be held
in theMELLOR BLOCK on Sunday at n
a. m. All welcome. Every Wednesday
at 8 p. m., testimonial meetings willbe
held in the same block, Sunday School
every Sunday morning.
MATTHEWS  BROS.
GRAND  FORKS
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors.     ���.-.���  Garage in connection.
GREENWOOD HOSPITAL
VISITING   HOURS   2  to   4
At other hours by arrangement
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JC
:ERCE
SR EDMUND WALKER. '?
G.V.O, LLD.. D,CU President
SIR JOHN ARD. General Manasw r
K V: P. JONES. A��'i Cenl M*n��g��r
CAWTAIPaJD UP;$I^O(H)tOO(rrRESERVE FUND, - $13^00.000
Every effort is made to provide the banking ^service required by miners.   A
current account facilitates the
^^^ColiandilnS-af business ie-
���.���' X^-'r AJK
vfg||f:fc^ipts.;anci payments.
��� WiMiSiW:-E.)B&WE>ERS, Manager, -
WANTS, ETC.
Autos for hire at the Palace
Livery.   ,���'
Good advertising has saved
many a town and district from
an early death.
Lost
Two 2 yearmold red steers.
One has B-P on left hip, and the
other is not branded. Liberal
reward. Floyd Bros., Green?
wood.
Lost
Strayed from my premises at
Anaconda, a heifer one and a
half years old. Black and white*
in color, no brand. Liberal reward.      ^
A. KROUTEN,
Greenwood.
Strayed
Came on my premises, a yearling bull. Owner can have the
same by paying for this advertisement, and feed of the animal.
HUGH GILLIS
R. R. 2 Bridesville, B.C.
The coast is crowded with idle
meat-looking for jobs at reduced
wages,
Buy your shoes at Rendell's
store.. IS per cent, reduction on
all sizes,
Mrs. Wm. Lawson of the
Mother Lode is in the Greenwood
hospital. v
At Grand Porks, George B.
Garrett has recovered, from his
recent illness.
Useful Presents, Beautiful
Presents, Appropriate Presents.
Coles Book Store.
Jim Faulds was in town this
week. At Nelson his, wife has
recovered fromHhfrPl%^c       V
D. R. McElmon, Greenwood.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Goggles and auto glasses on hand.
Tommy Pell of Grand Forks
was killed in France on November 4.    Such is the irony of fate.
Hot lemonade is good for influenza, we -have fresh juicy
lemons on hand.  Rendell's Store.
In Vancouver a car driven by
W. W. Craig knocked down and
severely injured A. D. Mc-
Dougall.
John McKellar returned to
Beaverdell on Monday. His mining operations promise to be very
successful.
Harry Maslonka, aged 15, died
in Merritt from lung trouble;
His father until lately had a shoe
shop in Greenwood.
Hugh McCutcheon is secretarv-
treasurer of the Citizens Smelter
Committee, and donations may
be sent direct to him.
There .were 50 new cases of
Flu in Trail last wee?, and several in Rossland. The epidemic
in Spokane is worse than ever.
The far famed Rexall hair
tonic can now be obtained at
Goodeve's. If you want a really
good hair tonic,' procure at once.
A Soldiers friend is Dad O'Dell
at the Province Hotel, Grand
Forks. ���������;������ ���
Thomas Jenkin aud M. Jonson
wera the oldest employees of the
smelter when it went cold.
They began in the summer of
1904.
Get a Float for 25 cents at
The Ledge office, and send to
your friends in order to cheer
them during the dark days of
December.
Miss Florence Bryan was in
town last week. For some
months she has been employed
on a C. P. R. steamer in Kootenay.
Just received a shipment of
''Bobbie Burns" plum puddings,
fruit cakes and oat cakes packed
in tins for shipment overseas, at
Rendell's.
With 27 cases of Flu still in
Penticton, that town was tp take
off the ban this week. It.is better not to be too eager in taking
off: the ban, as many- have found
to their sorrow. XxXi)
Do not fail to see pur stock of
Chinaware, Cut Glass, Community Silver; ,'Brassware, Toilet
Sets, Fountain Pens. Coles
Book Store." xxx.
A little girl while coasting; :iti
Phoenix last week had an arm
broken. Children should not be
permitted to coast on sidewalks
in Greenwood.
Send a$l.to The Ledge and
get 10 different copies of Lowery's
Claim.
Cinnabar was known in California long beforo the discovery of
gold. The mosfe important deposits lie in the co.st ranges, extending from Del Norte to Santa Barbara county. San Benito is the
largest producing country, followed
in order by Santa Clara, San Lais
Obispo, Napa, Lake, Sonoma.
Solano, and Colusa countries.
Small quantities are also found in
Kern, Kings. Monterey, Santa
Barbara, Stanislans. and Trinity
counties. The Idria mine in San
Benito county is the largest producer in the "Drifted States. The
other producing States are Nevada,
Texas, and Arizona.
His Face
It would be difficult to find a
more caustic comment than that in
the following brief dialogue from
the Passing Shows;
"I 'spect they refused Jim
'cause o' that growth at the back
of 'is nose?"
���'Growth? 'E never mentioned
no growth tp me."
"Np, 'e wouldn't. ?E calls it
'is fice." ������'���"������<���'���
Mrs. W. E. Hall died in Revelstoke this week, Mrs. Hall was
before her marriage, Miss Elsie
Mansfield, and several years ago
was a teacher in the Greenwood
Central School.
J. B. Sheridan had his Carmi
hotel burned down on October
30th.' He was insured with
CharlesOKing for $2,000. He received the cheque for the full
amount on November 15.
On his ranch on Kootenay
lake, Bob Yuill had a crop of
cabbages this year, some of
which weighed 20 pounds and
over. Bob is fixed for the winter,
although a little shy on liquid
rye.-     -
Hank Leonard is still in England, but says that he will eat
his plum pudding on the Rhine
this Christmas. Hank intends to
stake a mush claim in Scotland
before he returns, but has no intention of bringing back a petite
blonde from Pans. The brunettes of Canada are good enough
for Hank.
At midnight on Tuesday, an
unoccupied bouse on Gold street
was discovered to be on fire.
Tbe fire alarm was not in working order, but the fire brigade responded quickly and soon had the
fire extinguished. There was no
insurance, and the origin of the
fire is unknown. The building
was owned by Jim Faulds.
Sergt, A, N. Mowat can now
walk with the aid of a cane, having been two months in a hospital at Birkenhead, England.
He expects to be several weeks in
a convalescent camp. Mowat
had two brothers seriously wounded in the last fight, and one sent
back to Canada. They will all
eventually recover. ; X.i All V his
brothers are officers, and ihe one
in the Flying Corps won a medal.
The Flu touched /Greenwood
lightly, and there are now "no
cases in the city, rThe; emergency hospital is empty,; and it
only had about 12 cases from outside points. -There is; still some
flu at Mid way/ ^Phoenix:; and
other Boundary /points, and the
strict quarantine should be ;kept
on until all danger js:past.r The
schools should not be; opened until January or later. Health is
preferable to education and sickness.
You can get a bargain in
envelopes at The Ledge office.
Charles Wray of Lillooet died in
Kamloops from the Flu.
Tom  Ward died in Nelson   of
pneumonia, 15 years ago.
It is a dull day in Vancouver
when an auto is not stolen.
There is some talk of starting a
Liberal paper in Cranbrook.
Daring October more than  4000
died from the Flu in California.
At Merritt police officer Badman
is recovering from a severe illness.
At Creston, Bob Long produced
80 tons of carrots from two acres.
Vancouver" may soon have a
direct steamship service to India.
The Provincial seed fair will be
held at Kelowna Pn January 13,
14 and 15.
The deckhands pn the C.P.R.
boats in Kootenay are now paid
$75 a month.
Do not take ofl Flu bans too
soon. Many towns have had to
pat them back.
German speaking Mennonites
have settled on choice land in fehe
Nechacko valley.
The other day Bill Bishop drove
1000 fine lambs, through fehe
streets af Clinton.
It is reported fehat Bloody Bill,
late sf Potsdam, still owns a few
lpts in Vancouver.
Fernie is entitled to an Honor
Flag for its Dumber of Flu cases,
and small mortality.
In one day $56,000 worth of
cattle were driven through Clinton
on their way feo market.
H. M. Bird of Nelson will spend
fehe winter in California^, Also
Postmaster Brown of Trail.
The Vancouver Critic calls
Honest John the million dollar
boob.   Perhaps ife meanfe Rube.
George Green-is so intensely interested in Green City, th��fe be
somefeimes forgets to eat his dinner.
Last month ten thousand fear-
keys were sold in Roseberg, Oregon. The price for fehe best birds
was 35 cents a pound.
On a train near Golden a Chink
went crazy, and stabbed some passengers, before he was overpowered
and taken off fehe train.
Now that th�� :war is over, British Colnmbia will have over 28,000
soldiers to absorb. Only 4000 of
them have jobs in sight.
.One Australian expert is of the
opinion thafe fehe Okanagan should
become fehe greatest fruit producing district in the world.       ��
The success of the Victory Loan
was due to extensive advertising in
(he newspapers. This should be a
hint for all business men.
A few turkeys were recently
sold in New Westminster for 65
cents a pound, while eggs were
from 90 cents to $1 a dozen.
Bob Cunning has lived in Sandon 26 years. He will probably
remain fehere another 26. Bob
likes the gulch, and there is no
place like home.
There will be a tax sale of mineral claims in Rossland on December 27. The list contains claims in
fehe Trail, Grand Forks and Greenwood mining divisions.
George Puterbaugh, police courfe
jadge, died in San Diego last
month aged 77 years. At one
time he was in the law business
with Colonel Robert Ingersoll.
Wm. Dignan received permission to open his theatre at Princeton, bnt said that be would wait a
few days more. So different from
other movie men and parsons
whose places of business were
closed by the Flu.
Mr. Lo8tner died in Qnesnel
from the Flu. He had a letter in
his pocket from his mother in
Indiana, asking him to come home,
as his four brothers had been killed
in the war. He was sent to his
mother in a metal casket.XxixixxXXXi
Tbis year Canada ; raised : 106,-;
000,000; bushels f:pt^pptatpes,��� the
gr!Mtest;Vyi6ld^;on:^;:���i:ecprdv;^.:^^The
averageyield feo the: acre in B. C.
was 228 bushels, the highest of
any province.' ; Alberta went a
fraction over 70 bushels to fehe
acre, the lowest of any province.
In a recent letter feo fehe Kaslo
paper, Angus Mclnnes of New
Denver, roasts the Nelson people
because a jury in that town did
not .convict Tommy Roberts of
Silverton,- for uttering seditious
language; ; Perhaps some business
men in Nelson were;;fearful of losing a few penniesjinVTrade, while
probably some thought thafe Tommy
did not really mean what he said;
in a heated /argument.:-:' Most; pf
people think too: much" of what
other people say, and not enough
about what they say abpnfe. other
people,'- ': .    xXxXxx.xy
|       B. C. Mining News
Prince Rupert aims feo be a mining centre.
Camp McKinney should come
back next year.
Bruce White left an estate valued at 850,847.
There will be a tax sale of mineral claims in Rossland on December 27.
American capital will develop
coal mines, on the east coast of
Vancouver Island.
Three feet of copper ore has been
struck in a 50 foot face, on the
Mountain Chief afe Renata.
The cpal mine at Princefepn has
installed a 100 h. p. boiler, recently bought in Grand Forks.
There are 25 men working afe
the Epsom salts mine near Clinton.
Each man produces two fepns of
salts daily.
It is rumored at the coast fehat
fehe Greenwood smelter will be
operated by the Consolidated of
Trail.
The Hazelton View, near Hazelton, will drive two tunnels this
winter. A car of molybdenite |was
shipped last winter.
- The government has a Keystone
drill looking for platinum at Tulameen. Wm. Thomlinson of New
Denver is in charge pf operatipns.
For the second time Sir Dcnald
Mann has taken up the Big Missouri in tbe Portland Canal district,
and will work ife on a large scale.
This year the government bnilt
part of a $50,000 wagon road to
the Bush mine near Stewart.
Most of the road is in Alaska.
The Bush will ship 2000 tons of
$200 ore tbis winter.
J. W. Casey and partners have
a lease on part of the Galena
Farm near Silverton. In raising
from immediate level fehey struck
an ore body 11 feet wide, containing ��wp feet pf galena.
It is announced by the War
Trade Board~*that the restriction
prohibiting the use of platinum in
the manufacture or repair of jewelry has now being removed. The
regulation has been in force since
June lasfe.
Many idle claims in the Portland
Canal district have recently been
bonded. This is owing feo the discovery of high-grade ores upon the
Bush, J��ker and Big Missouri.
The boom has also spread to the
Bear Creek district.
On Twenty-Mile Creek, a tributary to the Quesnel river, the Hydraulic Company, of 'Philadelphia
is operating their hydraulic plant.
The gold values here occur as fine
particles disseminated through a
425-foot bank of gravel, bonlder
clay and silt, with black sand concentrates, which are said to carry
platinum values.
The Vancouver Island coal
mines are slowly regaining feheir
normal output of abont 3000 tons
of coal j* day. The work was seriously hampered by the "Flu'' as
a large number of workingmen
were absent through sickness, but
ow the majority have returned
1 and the other day 1600 tons of the
mineral were mined.
At the request ofithe War Trade
Board, an investigation as to the
possibility of recovery of potash
salts from the waste flue gas of
cement plants is now being undertaken. In tbe past Canada has
produced only small quantities of
materials containing potash, not
in any way meeting her demand
for this commodity, and it is expected that the product now wasted
by operating cement plants -will
prove sufficient to supply home requirements in fehe fertilizer and
other industries, and at the same
time leave a surplus for export.
Some Men
v^-"Spm.e;men,'' said Uncle Eben,
f'iswillin' to work or fight, but
wantsi to set around too long
fehinkin' over which dey'll choose."
-Washington Star.
.���>;.# xhe iEDoa. BBxsmsBxaik s> &>
ROYAL YEAST CAKES!
The quality of Royal Yeast Cakes
is such that it cannot be improved, so we are improving the
package. The change from a
round to a square package will
be made as rapidly as practical.
The quality of the round and
square cakes is guaranteed to be
identical in every respect. Each
of the square cakes are wrapped
separately by machinery, in wax
paper, in such a manner as to
make them practically airtight,
and scientifically hygienic.
ROYAL YEAST HAS BEEN THE
STANDARD YEAST OF CANADA
FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY
E. W. G1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED
TORONTO, CANADA
W1NNIT-EG MONTREAL
Finding Black Walnut
Government Needs 60 Million    Feet
Each Year
"Of  all   our   native     woods,     only
black walnut will do for airplane propellers   and   gun   stocks.    The     airplane propeller blades  must he     exceedingly  tough.    They  revolve     so
rapidly in action  that those on seaplanes  are  sometimes   splintered    by
water dashing against them, Properly
M'asouod walnut  gun stocks  will not
warp  away  from   tlie  metal  parts  of
I the guns.  .Mahogany is lhe only sub-
Isiihne   for  black  w.ilnut;  hut leaving
jits  liich  cost out  of consideration, it
; nni.-i   he   imported   from   the   tropics,
.and our ships nowadays arc too prc-
icious   io   he   spared   for   such      coin-
! merce ii  wc can d'liiain suitable  v. ood
] at home.
"The war ha�� brought the first
great demand tor black walnut that
there has been for twenty-live years,
j Each airplane must have not one or
ive, propellers, the
of
I two,  but   four  iir
|extr;i  one;  to  in'
cm
hand  in  ca>
! hreakac
iii<
j ne'ui.-nuils.
[hoard   feet <>i
igle   propeller,
ply    tn filed    n
'Thirteen" and
Other Superstitions'^
lions  anil  million^,
-co   why   the
linn   program
this  country  i
It   takes   one
walnut   tn  ma!
Add   lo   this
r   gun   stocks
nd   il  i->
roveriMncp.t'-;   <
calls   for
i
Heals Skin Trouble With
One Cake Soap and Two
Boxes Ointment
Terrible itching on back of neck.
After three weeks got flaky and became sore. Was red and scratching
caused sleepless nights. Got Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. Itching not so
bad after using them. Now healed.
From signed statement of Mrs. William Quigley, Windsor, N. S.
If Cuticura did no more than soothe
and heal eczemas, rashes, itchings and
burnings, bringing speedy comfort to
tortured, disfigured men, women and
children it would be entitled to the
highest praise. But it does more. By
using the Soap exclusively for toilet
purposes, allowing no other soap to
touch your skin, you will in many cases
prevent these distressing experiences.
For Free Sample Each by Mail address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A,
Boston, U. S. A."   Sold every where.
Improving* on
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Roller
limit     lumbc
l\     Wilson
s  seltmg
hundred
:e  a   sin-.
the.   sup- I
by   mil-j
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million ,
each i Potash Deposits
German Methods
Mustard Gas Made By Americans Is
a Fluid
Mustard gas that is so much talked of is not a gas but a fluid. One
authority estimates that the Huns
used 7,000 tons of this gas in an offensive lasting less than three days.
Some time ago it was stated by officials that the American brand of
mustard gas would be one-fourth
more toxic than the kind used by
Germany. This may or may not be
true but one German order issued in
July to the Huns facing the Americans northwest of Chateau-Thierry,
states that one attack by the Yankees produced 500 casualties. The
order continues: "Symptoms of sickness make us suppose that the -enemy is using a new gas that resembles our Yellow Cross. This gas appears to have more harmful effects
than any gas contained in shells up
to the present time. Gas poisoning
still occurred among those who took
off  their masks after wearing    them
The Soul of a Piano is the
Action.    Insist on the
Otto Higel Piano Action
Archangel
English
Pride Goeth Before a Fall
for
in
St.:
Niclnd;
In Saskatchewan
ior  \1 hours,
deal   with   a
Evening I'ost.
We  evidently have to
new      gas.���Saturday
NERVOUS TROUBLE
Spilling Salt or Sneezing  Said to  Be ]
Unlucky j
liie .irigin of thc prejudice against'
tlie number thirteen at table, and j
mdeid of thirteen    as  a  number,    is j
'-.�����<'*...���'
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r-isuallv
y  suppor>e<
>c  the lact  tliat
thirteen persons sat down at the Last ;
iccurrcc!    the (
Supper,    after    whicli
most   tragic   event   of     the   Christian ] ���
#ra.    But  the   superstition    is    older : *
than  Christianity.    llosiod  says  it   is
unlucky  to sow   corn on th.e thirteenth  of  the  first  month;   and  an     old
Norse,  legend   >ays   that   the     twelve
great  divinities   were  dining- at   \ al-
halla when l.oki, tlic god of discord,
appeared,  and  a  quarrel -wilh  Balder
occurred  in which  Haider, the god   of
peace, was killed.
Some persons think that it is unlucky to spill sail because Judas
Tscariot seems to be spilling it in Da
Vinci's picture of the Last Supper.
Others think that it is because salt
is a symbol of incorruptibility, aud
spilling it is therefore a sign of
broken friendships ,uid general upsets.
There are some envious and very
widespread customs ol a superstitious
nature about sneezing. People sometimes say "God bless you!" to the
sneezer. In similar circumstances
the.   Romans     used     to   say
PAIN?   NOT A BIT!
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No  humbuy!     Apply  few  drops
then  just   lift them   away
with fingers.
'ijTop  Crust   Is About Four
Thickness
Feet    in
!i
A geyser .10 feet high spurts in thc
(centre of the lake south of Prelate,
| Saskatchewan, in which a big deposit
j of potash was recently found.      The
j scene  of  the   deposit   is   a  largc   old 1 attention,  for  nothing    but    suitable
llake   bed   among   the. bills   32   miles'
j iltie south of Prelate.    There is a cry-
tal  formation  to a depth of at least
Peasant Used German Airplane
Firewood
Although he was a Boche we admired his audacity. Hc came humming out of the summer blue on a
sultry afternoon, swooping from nowhere right in the inner ��� guard of
half a dozen of our unsuspecting kite
balloons. Swift and straight as a
falcon he dived, and at thc rattle of
his machine gun and the flash of his
tracer bullets -pigmy figures strangely
agitated came bobbing and gyrating
earthwards under their spreading
parachutes.
Whirr! went his gun, and Bill!
went thc first balloon, a thin train
of fire leading to a scarlet blaze and
a gossamer wreckage. Before one
could count twelve a second sausage
had shrivelled into skin and the Hun
plane was making for home.
The "Archies" had been taken by
surprise. For a moment it looked as
if tlie unwelcome visitor would reach
his lines. But suddenly tlie "Archies"
ceased firing, and it was then wc
saw a Britisii plane pursuing at a
pace lhat could only have one result.
The German "side-stepped" twice by
intention and once involuntarily. He
was neatly winged anad he came
down  in  a  hurry  and stood  not  on
The nerve system is the governing
system of the. whole body, controlling- the heart, lungs, digestion and
brain; so it is not surprising that nervous disturbances should cause acute
distress. The first stages of nervous
debility are noted by irritability and
restlessness, in which the victims
seem to  be  oppressed by  their ner-  the order of his coming. He smashed
ves.    Thc matter requires immediate
jtreatnicnt  will   prevent _ a
I breakdown.      Thc    victim,
complete
however,
mto a cottage like a goat bunting
through a.fence, his propellers going
through tlie thatched roof and his
rudder cocking up in the air.      The
| Has Been Knit Up    With
For Centuries
I The port of Archangel where the
'allies are now gathering, with a view,
'to securing the railway to Petrograd,
jand .menacing the Germans in Finland and along the Baltic coast, has
in a most curious way, been knit up
for centuries with the English. Thc
Norsemen, who came here, in the
twilight of Arctic history, to trade
with the nomad tribes, the Samo-
yedes, the Zyryans, the Lapps, and
the Finns, found perhaps their first
chronicled in possibly the greatest
of all Englishmen, Alfred, king of
Wesscx. It vvas Alfred who, in his
great Saxon Chronicle, told the story
of Othere and his Norse traders.
That was in the last days of the
ninth century. But then, six; and a
half centuries after, to thc very
ground which Othere had trodden,
came the Englishman, Richard Chancellor, one of the pioneers of the
Muscovite company, and the practical founder of thc city. Here, thirty
years later, on thc lower reaches of
"the Dvina, an English factory was
founded and a fort built, with the result that almost immediately afterwards the Tzar Boris declared Archangel a free port. In those days it
was thc principal, indeed thc only
port of Muscovic. But when the
Tzar Peter founded St. Petersburg,
his insane jealousy for thc city hc had
named after himself, caused him to
place ridiculous restrictions round
the port of Archangel, so that it
rapidly became, what climate and
time would no doubt eventually have
made it, a sort of back door into
Russia.
0���di&t4
otse.
This Is one of the many ailments
for which Zam-Buk Is needed at the
front. It soothes tired, aching feet,
heals blisters and cures "trench
feet." Regular applications of this
halm -will keep the feet In perfect
condition.
'Pte. Frank Gaskin, of the 4tK
Canadian Infantry, -writing from
France, says: "After heavy marching, I find nothing so good as Zam-
Buk for sore and tired feet."
Your soldier friends need Zam-
Buk also for cuts, burns, barbed
wire scratches, and cores of all
kinds. Be sure to put some in your
next parcel. All dealers or Zam-
Buk Co., Toronto. BOc. box, 3 for
11.25.
42 feet,'this being the extent to which
preserve you
Jupiter
!" The Greeks did thc
same, ancl the. custom was ancient
even in the time of Aristotle, who endeavors to account for the custom in
his Problems; but \\t evidently knew
nothing of its origin.
Wlien a Hindu sneezes, the bystanders cry out. "Live!'' and the
sneezer replies. "With you." Th.e
Zulu thinks that. sneezing is a sign
that good spirits are with him; other
peopie believe -.that' it; means lhat
evil spirits are bcine; expelled.
Good Place to Leave
ii:: A Washington    man    on    a
visit   to   a   benighted . section
: southwestern-  slate  was   riding
rthe banks    of   the river that
that^
;goue
tests have so far been made, and covers an area of nearly 1,000 acres. It
is as solid as ice, and requires au axe
to cut through the top crust, whicli is
about four feet in thickness. Below
softer and can
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This new drug is an ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati
chemist. It is called free-
zone, anel can now bc oh-1 that the substance, is
taincd in tiny bottles as be dug witli a spade
here shown at very little
cost from any drug
store. Just ask for free-
zone. Apply a drop or m
two directly upon a tender corn or callus and instantly the soreness disappears. Shortly you will
find the corn or callus so
loose tliat you can lift it
off, root and all, with the
fingers.
The  lake  bears  the.  appcarau.ee.  of
a soft old    slough    and    waders are
needed  to   reach   the  solid  formation
centre.      There    arc
Not a twinge of pain,
soreness or irritation; not
even the slightest smarting, either when applying
freezone or afterwards.
This drug doesn't eat
up the corn or callus, but
shrivels them so they
loosen and come right
out. It is no humbug Mt
works like a charm. For
____ a few cents you can get
rid of every hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between the toes, as well as
painful calluses on bottom ot your
feet. It never disappoints and never
burns, bites or inflames. If your
druggist hasn't any freezonc yet,
tc.h him to get a little bottle for you
from his wholesale house..
need not despair for even severe ��� solitary pilot was pitched into a cor-
nervous disorders may be cured by | ner of thc long orchard little the
improving the condition of thc blood, j worse for bis fall. He is a small,
It is because "Dr. Williams' Pink t thin, rather mean-looking young man
Pills actually make new, rich blood jand he blinked stupidly at the re-
that this medicine, has cured extreme j mains of what had once been an
nervous disorders alter all other
treatment had   failed.      Thc    nerves
thrive on lhe new blood made by
these pills; thc appetite improves, digestion is better, sleeplessness no
longer troubles the former nerve
shattered victim, and life generally
takes on a cheerful aspect. Every
sufferer from nerve troubles, no matter how slight, should lose no time
in giving Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a
fair trial, thus regaining their old-
time health and comfort.
You can get Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills through any dealer in medicine,
or by mail at 50 cents a box or six
boxes for $2.50 from the The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviile,
Ont.
aeroplane.    A little    dog barked    at
him, half a dozen fussy hens scolded
the centre. There arc several
smaller deposits of the same mineral
near the larger one and claims are
being registered every day.
For sonic years past the settlers in
thc vicinity have been hauling crystals home for stock", and they say
that in the winter a geyser spurts out
of the centre of the lake to a height
of some 30 feet, and it is so warm
that the steam forms a continual fog
over the surface of the lake. Tlie
visitor put an axe down one of the
spring hole, and in the space of a
minute the axe became very warm,
indicating thc existence of a hot
spring beneath the surface. ,      _      .._.������ r , ,.���~~���������~
Inspector Tait,    of    llic provincial  May Entail Final Cost of z50,000,000-
policc force,    speaking of the  recent! 000
discovery of potash in the Maple Six powers havc combined their
Creek district, .stated that people I fl(,clS| .im] ho]d thc.two enemy nav-
there had practically tented on the; k.s iu chcc, besitlcs ciosi���g every
ground  during the  past week     Hun- t of        css to the seas.    No more
tlrcds-o'l prospectors are on the laud | fi,n��� ur
digging to get samples, ''which
being sent for analysis.
One  report   liie    inspector
The Immensity of the War
< _
Drums Afar"
John  Murray    Gibbon    Publishes
New Novel in Which a War
Romance Is Interwoven
CCi-llt
ol a
along
waters
section, and although lie had
;bim: twenty miles or so he bad
not in all that distance noticed a single fisherman, Meeting a man lounging, near the stream, he asked:
"Whv doesn't some one fish. in.this War is the background for most oi
���liverr"' . 'our thoughts today, and'a novel with-
"Aiu't no fish," \\'as the laconic re-! out a war tinge-would seem almost;
sponse of the native.   . jout  of keeping,      In  "Drums Afar,"
7 "No .fish' in such a. beautiful river ithc ncw novel by John Murray dibits this!" exclaimed, the . astonished !bon, the war interest is kept subdued
Washingtonian.    "Why not?" 11 ill the latter, part of the story, which
The native lazily shifted his posi-.indeed vibrates with echoes of the
tion and answered: j.great conflict.    Canada plays its part
"Stranger, cf you could git outer in this -international-.'romance, .the
this country as easy "as a .fish can, do 'author .obtaining some vivid local
/you reckon you'd lie   herer"   . 'color  from  a   Patriotic   Fund.   Com-
.: -'- -' jpaign.and  front  the. sailing  of __   the
first Caiiadia.r  Expeditionary     '���"      "
heard
was to lIn: efi'ecte that over 6,000,000
tons of. practically pure potash was
to be found in one section of the
territory just.east of ill
discovery.
. ongma
Eating More Fish
Nine representative wholesale fish
firms in Ontario sold S,500,000. pounds
of fish during the first five months
of 1918 as .compared with only 5,-
000,000 pounds of the corresponding
period of l'J17. Consumption of sea
fish in Ontario has been increased by
about 200 per cent., in Western Canada 100 per cent, and in Quebec 25
per. cent. For the whole Dominion
there lias -been an increase from 50
tp 75 per cent.
Measures Against". Desertion. .
.ii. Desertion . from  the' -military    and
naval forces is evidently rampant in
^Germany, judging  by a communique
on the "subject in. tlie latest : paper's,'
���.This hints that desertions from   .the
Colors and escapes of enemy prison-
..������fcrs are being., facilitated by  civilians,
^-yvhodo not shrink froni .helping men
���rto'ficc   the  country  if  only  there'is
Force
Described in a subtitle as an. international romance, "Drums Afar" lias as
its. hero a. happy-go-lucky young
Hnglisiiiriaii who after, three years
of Oxford University with' vacations
in Germany and France; becomes a
director1' of an illustrated - weekly
newspaper in London. The charms of
Ian American girl lead, him to" the
! United  States,  where he. arrives just
Jmoney to be earned. Help.�� said, to.: Qn U)(, out1)rcak 0f \v:u-. All through
rrbc rendered, by lurmslnn^ deserters j^- icllires . of Iifo at Newport,
.and prisoners-, -wnh. ��� clonics, on.s!i, ;ri<l10<-u- Islitntl, at Chicago: and'- _at
���'���^nfe'.conducts-- -to the frontier, anil j j ak(>: G(.n<,v:l . "Wisconsin, lhe drums
in other ways.   Ine  ���communique   re-.; q�� .-��� .[rc ll(,anl ��� l.oaiintr- ever loud-
Xrtunds -Germans -that,   'the  smuggling ; (ij.     ()n  ^
rof hunian  beingb"'   .is  tantamount to-.-.^v  yj   ,],
r-rtrea-on  and  will  be-ruthlessly   dealt
Certain '-morbid conditions must exist in the stomach and intestines to
encourage, worms, and. they will exist as long'as these morbid conditions permit them. to.: -To be rid of
them and spare the child suffering,
use Miller's Worm Powders. They
will correct the. digestive, irregularities by destroying the .worms, conditions favorable to worms will disappear, and the child will 'have no more
suffering  from that cause.
ifler-diii
ie
-the
:->v:!u..
er
pro;pect
Snobbishness:
Lord   Reading said in  an
ner-speech in  Washington:
!     "'.ihe war has (lone one. good thing
jfor  Knglaud.    It,has  broken  up  bur j probable  that    100,000,000 men
e  one  hand is  the  call  of': al "'"ist -incredible   snobbishness.. Uvomeii   will  have  been   directly
"Country; on the other is!.  "h heard  a   story  about  our  snob- j gaged   in   the    prosecution     of
of  luxurious   ease  in  a; bisimess   the   other   day.    A  duchess j'kaiser's "three months' war."
talking   of   a. sih-mude     knight,]  -^ ���	
"| than speculative figupres may bc giv-
"'cJcn, but at a rough computation there
must be. on tlie sides of belligerents
130 'dreadnought's, with innumerable
smaller jjraft . running into many
���'thonsii.in.ts.' A moderate estimate
would give. tlie.total cost of the rival
navies awaiting "The Day" at one
billions pounds sterling. The Armada of warships represents a collection of warships which could produce a hundred Trafalgars.
The largest force maintained by
ancient Rome, the conquerors of
Europe was 400,000. Germany has
lost that number several times in a
few of her great Ludendorff strokes.
The "Battle of the Nations"���the
greatest battle in au authentic history���so w: ole the historians of Na-
poleou-^fought at Leipzig in 1813,
witnessed tlie assemblage of 500,000
men. Not more than 150,000 were
'gathered on the field of Waterloo.
1 Sixty times that number face each
(other daily on thc wcs.tern fronts
' from Flanders to the Adriatic. When
the. Americans arrive in adequate
volume to encourage General Foch
lo make the final throw of the dice
for victory, the fierceness of thc
struggle may su-ell the total casualties .-'to ���' 60,000,000 ' and reckoning
America's1 ��10,000,000 pcr day and
our own. "��8,000,000 it is conceivable
that the war"'may entail a final cost
to the world of ��50,000,000,000, or
��3 for every human being alive on
the globe. Taking into account the
armies and : navies and munition
workers of the nations employed
since the outbreak of hostilities, it is
and
him ,and a very angry and very dc
tcrmined old lady came out of the
cottage to investigate him.
She was a typical French dame,
massive of build, tenacious in character, and practical in all things.
Deliberately and of set purpose shc
advanced on the dazed airman. She
caught him by thc collar of his tunic.
She shook her fist in his face, and
shc asked him in thc incisive vernacular of thc Flemish peasant what hc
meant by smashing up* her house.
Shc ordered him to look at thc mess
he had made, calculated the cost, and
demanded payment, all in a breath.
She heaped insults on him, his parents, and his aeroplanes.
As she talked all the glory of war
and the spirit of conquest evaporated from the flying Hun. He shrank
till hc looked like a small boy caught
in a mean theft; his aeroplane, with
its gaudy splashes, resembled a
broken toy, and hc tugged ruefully
at his hair, and Hushed and stammered and edged cautiously away.
As he retired the old woman advanced, and I am convinced that but
for the prompt arrival of a guard of
grinning Tommies she would have
spanked that unhappy Teuton youth.
Never did a man surrender so eagerly.
When he and his escort had departed the dame "shooed" away the
hens and then industriously picked
up the assorted fragments of thc
aeroplane for firewood.
. A Powerful Medicine.���Thc healing
properties in six essential oils are
concentrated in every bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, forming one
of the most beneficial liniments ever
offered to the use of man. Thousands
can testify as to its powrer in allaying pain, and many thousands more
can certify that they owe their health
to it. Its wonderful power is not expressed by its cheapness.
Japanese Love 6f Babies
Are Often Carried About Streets by
Fathers
Japanese adoration of babies is
universal. Some .people will have it
that as husband and wife do not
marry for love, their love of children is the natural outlet for unexpressed affections. A Japanese man
always speaks of "my baby." It is
one of the prettiest sights in Japan
to see a father carrying his young
baby, sometimes cuddling it in his
arms, or it may be with thc infant
strapped firmly on his back, scorching down a crowded street on his bicycle.
Thc drawback to thc child' being
carried on thc back is that its face
may be exposed to the rays of the
hot sun and this is said lo be the
cause of eye and head trouble. Also
thc loose hair from the mother's or
nurse's head keeps up a constant irritation of the child's eyes, nose and
mouth. Thc tender limbs, too, are
held too long in a straddling position
and too tightly. An effort is made
nowadays to protect thc eyes by
crowning the little baby heads with
the oddest of bright colored silk hats.
There is in the Far East nothing
more comical in wearing apparel than
these new style baby hats.
Have Done Their Utmost
Wise mothers w-ho know the virtues of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always havc it at hand,
because it proves its value.
Free Telephones in Moscow
Only One Kind of Peace
Germany Must Be   Conquered   and
Subdued
Brest-Litovsk is a flagrant example
of the dangers for the allied cause
which a negotiated peace would
mean. Through thc medium of that
treaty, Russia's freedom was ruthlessly signed away by its betrayers
when she still had a vast, undefeated army in the field.- The allies have
not been blind to its lessons. They
hold to a conviction which has become an integral part of democracy's
cause that, whatever is done, there
must be no weakening and no ob-'
scuring of thc ends for which they
have waged this war against the aggressive central powers. Thcy knew,
before thc-lesson of Russian and Rumania brought it home to them,,
that there was but- one kind of peace,
and that was with a conquered and
subdued Germany, a Germany done
with autocracy and world conquest���
Christian Science Monitor.
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Fly Pests   '
Many Seem to Be Perfectly Harmless to Animals
Among thc tall timbers of the
Antipodes nearly every horse is decorated with a red rag hung amid
his chin whiskers to stall ofli^ botflies, but it is about as effective as
a bishop's scalp lock would be.
There are other bot flies in Australia not nearly so well known. The
kangaroo has one, and in this case
the grub lodges in-the throat. Tins
particular bot was first discovered"
by Broughton of Morauia station,
out Walgctt (N. S. W.) way, a couple of years ago, the full sized maggots being found in thc windpipe,
and apparently causing no inconvenience to the host. Local .entomologists arc now investigating thc habits
of this insect. Another bot found
along the camel pads confines himself exclusively to thc cvil-smclljng
hump-backed beasts. _ Hc is. an importation front Arabia and docs no
noticeable damage.
The Pure and Holy Sacrifice of the
Soldier
w a s
'o'uiitrv'-ot mixed races  which  at. ill
time  of tlic.  story  was  aiming  to' bc j J}J--l" l!;,,''-''lM;l
other
oi   a   s
l,"v.iio'
.neutral. 11 is the inihienc'e r.f-taiia
��� da, 'however, which, brings lli'! hero]
to his ��� . gnat decision���a ������Icei.sion-j
whieh fir.-t ('mangles .'and'.then divetr
tangh-'s the skein.-, ni-.lin e ��� wo\ ri'i in
lo  the story.   .-"l->runis-'-Afar"  is. pub-1
ulv tn
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ler ..'-charities':
ar  Sir. Thomas,'
id,     is     h('.-?..' . I
���couldn't   know
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lf-imidi
had  ���������.-ui.scribed; Minard's  Liniment  Cures Garget-"in
she said.
oor.   ' Sir
him     in
in', hea'v.-
in   1 .ondon   and .X.< w
.anc, aru!   in   Toronto
Made
to preserve
the fullest
food values
of the
choicest
grains.
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members   of     a     v
;rt.y  had  ,-^sc:e
j      A   e.'.lnp
���llie   train
' prfi!-'piTii\
;a   fri"-nd.
j     "M.lhi,
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On His Way.
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Cows.
Located on Stairway of   House   arid
Accessible to Everyone
Under the Bolshevist order socializing the telephone: system of Moscow, the number of instruments, has
been'reduced to 15,000 for "technical
reasons," according to the Frankfurter Zeitung of July 25. In putting
this order into effect the Bolshevist
officials cut the number of their own
telephone only 25 pcr cent., while
factories and similar establishments
must be content with: half as many
instruments as before; In "theory
every house is to have a telephone,
which is to be located on thc stairway, wherc.it is to bc accessible to
everyone in thc house and may bc
used free. If the neighbors havc no
phonesin their house, they arc entitled to make use of thc one nearest to their abode. If there remains
*-'"" i a surplus of instruments after all the
"-10 houses are equipped, then doctors,
nurses, and thc higher Soviet officials may have .-telephones installed
in their .own homes;
A Good Guesser
"Will anyone ask mc a question
relative to any matter of life and
death?" asked the thought reader.
"Well,  mine  refers to murder."
"Ah,  I  sec bloodl"    exclaimed thc .
thought reader tragically.   "You wish
to know who did thc deed?"
"Yes, please."
"It was a relative."
"That's quite right. Father's or
mother's side?" ventured thc inquirer.
"Father's."
"Wonderful. That, too, is correct.
But what was the object?"
"Gain."
"How marvellous! Go on."
"Alasl I can see no more. Now,
please read out your question, sir, for
the benefit of the audience."
"Who killed  Cock Robin?"
Elusive Australian Birds
-Worse Than the Wound
A party of wounded marines were
being taken  to a base hospital  on  a
Coachwhip  Comes  Out  Only  in  the  much overcrowded motor truck.-"The
nurse-, 'accompanying' thcin.-  became
anxious.'about tlicir wounds.
'���'I. hope' 1   aur not  hurting  any  of
Several
war  working
the   house   'if   ajnii'li-.-r
were   chnttiag   with   tl
ter  oi   their  hostess.
"I   !i.e;tr   you   ;tre .a- great   help     to
jvonr  niothi :',''��� ^;iid  one. .'.
j' -"I 'ill-. . veS.''   replied' thc   lilt-1
, '/mamma gi\ c-.  ;ue a  la^k  to
i< rv tlay.'- .
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bled at i
lii'e.iu'bcr     and
(.   lit tli!   daf.;:!i-
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"All   'nin'l
takin'  hie,"
eoin    no  p!aee.
aii.^wi ri il    Mo.-
-.-i-Di
��� patcli.
"Po you  ctirjider .thirteen
unlucky?''
"It is���ii  they're all
joint  is   not  larijc!"
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Morning .
No  birds  of   Kastcni   Australia    is
harder   to     find -than   the   coachwhip,
which  comes  out  of   the  dense  undergrowth only in  llic  early iii')rni:iris
to '.water.-   ii   is   the   male', which   i'-;
responsible   for   the   whip-like     note.
IThc.cail is often heard but  th.e  seck-
v's !er can  rarely  see the producer.   The
Sh ''female  answers, the   -call    wilh  "pil-
j wil-wee.-'. so -rapidly  that  one    would
Ithiiik   both   sounds  proceeded      from
!th<i same  bird.    If .she- docs, not  aus-
���wer,  he  calls  again,  this  tiin ^how-
lever, .omitting  tlie    whip-like,    crack,
j The .nest'' is    a    loosely-constructed
���dwelling   of  twigs,. lined  with'-grass,
:and  is  in- some .well-concealed   spot.
!On  the north coast  (X.  S, AY.)  it is
I made   in   a   bunch     of     lawyer-vines,
'which,  On   account    uf     the    '--pines,
makes" nreos*   to   the    home    almost
impossible.    There are.  two .Ojigs at  a
sitiinjr, b.hiisli-whilc with, black.marking's..
you,", she said.
.. "You're 'hurling ine  a  lot,-'  replied
one of the  soldiers.
"Ihit   1 aiu nowhere near-yon," cn-
claimcd the   nurse, - indignantly.-;.''
."���Thai's   what's   hurting  rue,"      was
lhe- calm  reply.���The .Argonaut.
In September, 1917, I was at the
front near Ypres. It was the day
before the great push, and the roads
at the front were choked with thc
tens of thousands of men "going in"
1 hey were not talking or singing or.
whistling. . ,1 heard no band except
one that was playing an old hymn
of thc church. All around y,-crc thc
silent and determined incn. About
them was turmoil of that incredible
traffic which precedes the big' push,
the rumble and roar of motor lorries,
of endless streams of wagons, the
thunder of great guns, and the ter-
rifiof sound of bursting shells. But
the. human silence was almost unbroken, in that long line of marching
men. By the thousands thcy passed���
men with faces rigid and white, conscious of what Was before them. I
Was constantly reminded of Christ in
the Garden of Gethsemanc. They did
not want to die; life was sweet.
Youth'dream's'of tomorrow. Iii their
hearts they were saying: "If it be
possible, let this cup pass from mc."
And yet if thcy had been given
their choice, 1 do not.believe a single boy would have turned his back
on. that, inferno. Home letters had
been written. So far as they could,
thcy had put their houses in order.
They know thcy might not come
back, yet they went up like kings.
Across  the  pictures    burned    into!
iny memory there is written literally ,
iii. letters  of   blood   the   word  sacri-; ��.-.-..,���..,���.���������..  ....,n.n
f.ce.      Sacrifice  more  pure, and  holy J   .        TROUBLE WITH ANURIC.
than our modern life has ever dream
ed of.    A sacrifice  which  knows
German Looting
German women not infrequently
write to their husbands at the front
urging them to try to steal for them
what thcy arc unable to buy at home.
"Won't there bc chances of picking
up tilings during the advance?"
writes one lady to her husband. "I
should so like to have enough stuff
to make a costume and cloak. Boots,
too���or leather���would be welcome.
You know that anything will come
in.useful, because,, here everything is
getting scarcer, and scarcer."
SELF DEFEKSE
DEFEAT BACKACHE AND  KIDNEY
\    Many people in Canada have sufferfed
. ... . !;��; from rheumatism and kidney trouble and
personal return,  and    is    not    ��iJ��|Uw found Anuric t0 be &e moat buc
tlonc through love of    country, but lccseM Iemciy to overcome these painful
s.uiif.  and dangerous ailments.
through devotion to the  most
and  righteous  things  of  life.   Heroism  is  no  longer     the      exceptional
thing   among   men.     ll   is   the   c\cry
Tho lucky people are thoso who hw��
heeded Nature's warning signal in time
to correct their trouble with that new dis-
,-l
'Ilii-  web's  story  irom  il.c   fioi-t.
i     The   sergeant   and     tiie     In "tenant
j \V:(sre: conyersii.ig '"about Vthc wtivV yXX.
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Tlie Alhambra, most beautiful ol
all. tlie ..palace's of Spain, was built
by'ii'.Moorish king in about T250, but
has been enlarged by several successors of this ruler. It is a marvel of
lovely arches and mosaics, halls and
corridors and courts, of whicli th.e
Court of the Lions is the most
known and admired. Tlic Hall of
the Ambassadors is. supposedly, thc
square apartment in which Columbus presented his project lo Ferdinand and  1 sabclla.
KlE^IOUfR SHbES'KE/fcl
i
draftee. arc::iri;_.a. e^
X;0cXnXX;itoXf^^nyXyi.X-XiXXii'%i��X.ed
tbat;i!i;7tlie-:rjrs��
_andv':r:rr:CarsO'nag.^
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WHITE SHOE
IttllPf
XX' f6rif?\$rfeSNom&T\s; iy.
:  and CHildreri's Shoesi
day hie ot all. However, it i< not a covcry 0f Dn Pierco's called "Anurie."
question oi how much; but have J yon Bbould promptly heed these warning*,
done, my utmost?���l-rom IVlti.vs 80m6 of which aro dizzy spe,jS) tadm^,,
burned Into My Memory, by Char- jrregularity of tho urine V>r the painfnl
les  W.  Whitehair. ' twinges of rheumatism, sciatica or lum
bago. To delay may make poesible tba
dangerous forms of kidney disease, such
as diabetes or stone in tho bladder.
To overcome these distressing conditions you should take plenty of exercise
in the open air, a?oid a heavy meat diet,
drink freely of water and. at each meal
j take Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets (double
! strongth).   You will, in a short time, find
I that you aro one of tho firm indorsers of
! An-u-ric, as aro many of vour neighbor*.
|     8end Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.,
i or Bridgeburg, Ont., 10c for trial pkg.
St.     Catharines,    Ont.���For     several
years    I   suffered
with    gravel    and
with   uria   acid,
causing   rheumathj
paint.     Nothing
erer helped  me
until I commenced
to  taio   'Amirie,'
and the first thing
I noticed was that
the gravel had disappeared   and   has
revet made a reappearance.   My general
health' has improved and I have a better
nerve condition and my eyesight seems
better, too. I Ksetf to have such dizzy spells
at rimes I thought I would fain?, tut these
: no longer trouble me.   My enly regret is
; that I Aid net know of Anniis before.'^
j ���Mas. H. Mabj<hux, 124 A2_��rt St.
"From Profiteer, Spy, Deliver Us"
The 200 members of ihe house of
representatives who were in their
places at the opening of the session
joined with the Rev. Henry N. Cou-
den, thc blind chaplain of the house,
in   the  following  prayer:
"Good Lord, deliver ns from the
i hyphenated American, tlic pro-
j German, tlie spy, thc pro fitter, the
��� pacing, tlie slacker and all vho
! v ouhl n tnrd lhc prosecution of the
'war for*human ri��hls, human happi-
j'.i.r^ .uid the ��-tablislnuciit ot a per-
i Tranent  world-wide  peace.''
.Little   Nina   had   been
nd mother  was
ter   return.
Sundav   !������
scJioo; ar
her" on
learn   in
: '-ithf r.
��� The I ord i
not v. aik,' an^
���~on\ iction.
to    Sunday
que siioning
"What   did  you j
?ol?"   a-ked   the.
mv  chaff��
'.���rtd  li'.tl--
-ir,   I
Nina
���hall
with
I Completeing the Circle
"(.'..n   you   loan   me   this     \ inbrclia.
I old  chap?" X',  :
[    'Tdon't kno-i..    I borrowed it from
! 1 lm)dub.v   -
j     "He c?n't cL-je.!.  He borrowed    '-
���iirci.i  t.-."���Kansas City Journal.
:
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XXMi. t4-:
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THE LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C.   DECEMBER 5, 1918
:
[
Nabob   _ The Hartford Gold Mining Co 1063
Nakusp  West, James, & Chisholm, A 960-S
Nellie  Reeves, C H & Prendergast, W J..1017-S
Neta  Schuster, Sir W. S. L.  996
New Last Chance  Earthquake Con. Gold  Min.  C0...1341
New York Pounder, William A 1018-S
North Star Fraction  _.Rathmullen Con. Mining & Dev.
Company  1504
North Star  _ Connor, A. M., Estate, & Hallett,
. I. H 2872
Norton  Hallett, I. H. & Davidson, H. R 1569
0. K _......Drew, G. E., O'Connor, Julia &
McCool, Helen J 147S
Ophor    .-. Bowers, W. B., Rogers, A. L. &
McMaster, J. A 2219
Original  Burr, A. C, & Baker, C. E 1327-S
Oro  Rumberger, G. W., Halm, Gertie
et al 1167
Orphan  Pelly, A. N��� Naden, G. R., Hodgson, G. F 1166
Ottawa  West, James & Chisholm, A.  957-S
Pathfinder  Pathfinder Min. & Reduction Co... 782
Peer Crawford, R. E��� Estate, Lang, F.
J. Shaw  3045
Phillip Sheridan  .Earthquake Con. Gold  Min.  Co...l340
Pinto  Newby, Thomas  3240
Princess Louise McOrmontl, Samuel  1224
Queen of the Hills  Savage, A. E 2203
Queen of Spades  Schuster, W. S. L  995
Ranger   Hartford Gold Mining Company....l060
R. Bell  McCartney, II.  M 1506
Ready Cash Fraction  McMynn,  Mary    T���    Cook,    G.,
Smith, L. A 1260-S
Remington    McCartney, H. M 1507
Reward    McMynn, Mary Turner 3226
R. Kipling Fraction  McMynn, Mary T., & Cook, Geo...l259-S
Richmond Fraction  Johnson, Henry  2918
Riverside  Kavanagh, John   429-S
Rockland  Russell, F. W 1493
Rose  Fraser, J. S. C, Estate et al 1035
Rossland   Fraser, J. S. C, Estate   965-S
Royal Banner Averill, G. W., Rogers, A. L., Coe
A.  G.  933-S
Seattle  Clark Seattle Gold Mining Co  653
Selene  Caporn, W. E '848-S
Shamrock Fraser, J. S. C, Estate et al 1040
Shelby    Chisholm, Archie   959-S
Sibley Fraction  Fraser, J. K. & R. S 2223
Sissy  Lye,  Henry 1068
Standard No. 2  Latta, W. H 2870
Starlight  Connor, A.  M., Estate,  & I. H.
Hallett    2870
St. Elmo  Graff, Fred  2229
St. Louis �� Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et al  605
St. Lawrence  .Witherop, W. H., Johnson, Henry
et al  595
Sun Rise  Miller, J. A 2789
Thistle  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate et al 1041
Three Bells  Dempster,   Charles    1182-S
Tiger  Atwood,   C.  A.  S.,  Reid,  F.,  W.
Connor, H. B  576-S
Tiger  Hallett, I. H., Davidson, H. R 15G7
Tiger Fraction  Mulligan, John, & Jackson, E. E... 756-S
Treasury Fraction  ....Jackson, H. P 1422
Tripoli    Atwood, C. A. S., & Morrell,   Jno 1613-S
Twins   Fraser, J. S. C. Estate et al  960
Vancouver  Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie
et al 1156
Wake  �� Naden, G. R., Stow, H. F., Douglas, J. et al 2107
Wellington Fraction  Rumberger, G. W., Hahn, Gertie,
Walker, Carrie  1315
Winnipeg  Winnipeg Mines, Ltd  599
Willada ...Nelson, John A,  968-S
Yellow Jacket Kerby, F. M., & Lequimbe, B .. 924-S
Young George :.............................Poggi, James -. ........................2942
2.75
.10
2.75
5.60
24.00
1.91
2.75
28.66
13.00
.26
2.75
16.01
25.50
1.27
2.75
29.02
47.00
5.60
2.75
55.35
52.00
5.25
2.75
60.00
25.50
4.10
2.75
32.S5
18.75
1.52
2.75
23.02
38.75
5.41
2.75
46.91
9.25
.18
2.75
12.18
51.75
8.89
2.75
63.39
52.00
5.72
2.75
60.47
45.00
4.92
2.75
52.07
56.25
7.84
2.75
66.84
25.50
2.17
2.75
30.42
26.00
1.30
2.75
30.05
52.00
5.71
2.75
60.46
33.00
3.36
2.75
49.11
46:00
5.08
2.75
53.S3
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
9.75
.20
2.75
12.70
13.00
.62
2.75
16.37
11.00
.22
2.75
13.97
52.50
7.34
2.75
62.59
52.00
5.71
2.75
60.46
50.00
7.00
2.75
59.75
16.00
1.76
2.75
20.51
32.00
3.59
2.75
38.34
6.25
.12
2.75
9.12
78.00
13.25
2.75
94.00
8.50
.16
2.75
11.41
30.00
2.40
2.75   ���-.
35.15
78.00
13.25
2.75
94.00
65.00
9.09
2.75
76.84
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
9.75
.20
2.75
12.70
39.00
3.11
2.75
44.86
31.50
2.56
2.75
36.81
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
10.75
.20
2.75
13.70
78.00
13.25
2.75
94.00
27.50
5.65
2.75
35.90
12.50
.25
2.75
15.50
52.00
5.71
2.75
60.46
31.50
2.51
2.75
36.76
38.00
4.29
2.75
45.04
38.25
3.05
2.75
44.05
53.75
7.75
2.75
64.25
48.00-
5.28
2.75
56.03
23.75
3.31
2.75
29.81
48.00
8.86
2.75
59.61
20.00
5.10
2.75
27.85
7.00
.14
2.75
9.89
50.00
5.50
2.75
58.25
45.00
4.94
2.75
52.69
58.75
8.21
2.75
69.71
31.00"
3.41
2.75
37.16
6.75
.13
2.75
9.63
16.50
���v .81
2.75
20.06
35.00
3.10
2.75
40.85
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
Greenwood Mining Division
NAME OF CLAIM
Abercraig
Admiral  ...
Ah There .
Ajax .....:...
Alice .........
Alice ..
Alta ...
Amandy  ���..........
American Eagle  ..,
Arcadia   ^	
Arizona	
Astoria	
Barrow ......
Bay Fraction  .....
Belmont Fraction	
Big Bend	
Big Four .....
Big Ledge 	
Big Monte .....
Billy Fraction .-.���..
Bolton Fraction ..	
Bonnie Belle ...
Boston Boy '..' ...
Bristol Boy	
Buckhorn	
Bulldog	
Bulldog Fraction ...."....
Bullion Fraction .........
Bullion	
Buna Vista ......,......:	
Cairngorm Fraction ;..
California Fraction ...
Callao  ....; ;-. ���
Champion Fraction ...
Chancellor    ..............
Cleveland '-....,......1...'..'.-.;.
Climax ,........:.:...............
Columbia ,���..���..	
Columbus ;.���. ���
Commander ....
Commonwealth  .:;..���..
Commander. Fraction
Copper King No. 2 .....
Copper Queen .............
Crescent  :..:....'..:.
Crescent No. 2 	
Crescent Fraction  	
Croesus    .������.	
C. S. & H.	
Caster Fraction ...........
Deadwood .. ,	
peerhorn ;	
Defiance  ..............
ASSESSED OWNER Taxes to 30th
Lot No.     June, 1918 Interest
.:...Prince Henry Mining Co., Ltd 2635 78.00       13.35
 Thomas Hemmerle,    Hugh    McKee 2379 37.75 5.65
....George D. Leason 1960 13.50 1.60
 Forbes M. Kerby ���.2367 65.00 9.20
 E.. A. Bennett, 7-15 Interest, W.
Murphy,   balance  698
...-W. G.  McMynn,  D. McLaren,  I.
N. Greden, N. Tholi  .2579
���C. N. Marden, K. I. Ostroski, D.
Moylan, P. W. Dillon 1394
���James Hunter .........
....John B. Desrosiers
���Sidney Rosenhaupt
���Chris. McDonell, T.
���Sidney Rosenhaupt
���J. B. Desrosiers .....
 D. Manchester,    H.
Fred Hall  .......
���E. E. Jackson  ...
���I. H. Hallett, G. A.
-Alaska Mining Co.,
 , : ���2995
 1289
..3135
W.'"stack;"""!!!lll4
'..'. 3134
- ; 1290
V.    Fuller,
 ..- ...3285
 1422-S
Rendell . ���2630
Ltd.  1581
���Boundary Creek M & M Co., Ltd. 826
.-A.-It. Thomas, F. W. Kerby, J.
, N. Paton.-..:..._ 1239
 I. H. Hallett, A. E. Ashcroft   999
���Ellen Hallett  .���,._.......���.._...........1706
���.-J. B. Desrosiers .........���..:.���..  880
������-'J. T. Beattie, J. W. Nelson,  D.
A. Cameron, W. W. Craig .......... 794-S
���James Edward Schon ..._........2536
-Buckhorn Gold & Copper Co. Ltd.1107   ���
-I. H. Hallett '.'...: ...3258
-I. H. Hallett ...:......: 3641
-John Mulligan  ���.....: 3238
���';-A.  Stuart,  F.  M_   Kerby,  W.  G.
McMynn and Henry Lye .......���. 865
���F. ,M.  Kerby....: .���...��� ���,1553.... .
������-Vancouver & Boundary Creek D.
& Mg Co., Ltd, '.'. ;2853
v-Johri Mulligan ..........:.....:..... 761-S
���Elizabeth Galloway ................: ...1017
���Ellen Hallett'-,:.._ ......2850
-James Moran & J. Mulligan : 1325
-Golconda Mines, Ltd. .........���.2150
���Arthur Norton Pelly ........................2633
���Elmore Collier .������....  - 886-S
���J. F. Cunningham. W. F. Smith,
and E. J. Roberts .;...:,3558
-Ellen Hallett  :..... 1707
���J. A. Miller, B. Perkins, H. Reed-1029
-Ellen Hallett ...,;	
-P. J. Dermody & T. B.
 1708
Garri8on....2297
Denoro
Denver
Dixie ..
Grande
Don Pedro 	
Dudley	
B. E, C. B. ���.
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Elkhorn ..,..���..
; Emerald yXxXXyX.X..
rEmeline 'XXX;X..X...'.-XXX-.
vEthiopia yXXXXXXXy
"-. Eureka Frac tion ...
First Chance ���,..,
Florence 'Fraction
.44 ;:;__,-:^-^~~~
-'45:i_.^_^---^���
-D. C. Corbin & E. J. Roberts .,  387
���Crescent Mines Ltd , : 1711
���H. H. Shallenberger :....,....1257-S
���Nicholas Kuhnen  : 2462
- -Joa. E. McEwan, J. Wilmhurst .... 866
-Boundary Creek M. & Mlg., Co.,
Ltd.   .: , ; : :...., .833
���Daniel  Bresnahan ...- ������ ���- 160-S
-G. D. Leyson ........1962
-���'Rose C. Davey .:   ...;..,.... .1714
-G. F.  Steele, Pattison  &  Shaw,
H. J. Cole  ...... ..:..���- -758    ;
���Jewell Denoro Mines, Ltd. ..���.:��� 851
���Skylark Dev. Company ;. '.'..':. 764
-D.-A. McDonald, J. N. Paton &
J.  S.  Birnie .;;.;: .:��� .'.:  468-S
-Nicholas   Kuhnen ; 2458
-John Moran & I. H. Hallett'���v.���1890
-Boundary Creek M.&. Mlg. Co.,;
.;:U.<i.X...xy. ;.:;;:::;:.,-a.:.:...:���::::-;S27'V
-Vahcouver: &    Boundary   .Creek;; ;
;;r;:;;Dey::&:Mg.���;Co.:i:Ltd^-';r:;.:r.;..;..;:.:l575 ,;i
--C.'���Kinney, E:> J. Carter, ;J."-Me- xy;
Creath, A. S, :Black, and Geo.' Xi
White -,- '....-...,...'..,:. ;-.:  818
-Spencer Benermah, Fred Moser.... 822-S
-E; L. Steeves X::.Xi.x.:=.;..���-.: ..1081-S
-The ��� Wallis Haultain Syn., Ltd..,.. 932
-A.7. Wellwood,;W.uDonneIly.:;r....,.;..- 453-S
���������Lecnnii Lontier, Estate ...r:l....-i.���.-.-.-. 444-S
-New Dominion Copper Co. ..���....-1470
-John Mulligan ���������"._,���,^���._.__^ 3159
-John Mulligan
..3160
15.50
65.00 .
55.50
76.50
25.50
27.50
65.00
63.75
16.00
46.00
.25
55.00
75.00
52.00
53.75.
51.25
35.00
91.00
3.00
61.50
13.00
'.'.. 40.00
58.75
.1.50,
10.50"
... 28.75
7.50.
26.25
58.75
. 36.25
65.00
60.00
55.00
53.75
10.75
60.00
247.00
8.75
48.00
5.00
65.00
52.50
13.00
20.50
41.00
63.00
36.75
7.75
65.00:
12.00 .
5.00 .
63.00
49.00
50.00
:y52.00^
V38.75 -:
48,00
26.00
52.00
53,75
2.8.00
56;25
1.25
4.00
15,00
.90
9.20.
9.50
13.00
1.25
3.85
9.20
8.90
.80
5.05
7.70
12.75
5.70
7.50
7.15
4.90
18.20
.06
10.55
���'���  ,.25 ���
.-'. 6.30
.  8.15
.05
.20
���������.4.0.0-
1.25
3.75
8.15
5.10
9.20
10.20
7.70
7.50
.20
8.40
138.25
1.25
5.30
.10
9.20
7.35
2.40
1.00
4.50
10.45
2.95
.15
9.20
.25
.10
10.45 ;
5.10   :
'���'    7.00'r
yyoSQX
XXsiwii
5.30
1.30.
5:70
7.50
.3:10.
���;7:S5
:.',63-
.20
=-.S5'
Costs
2.75.
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75 .
2.75
2.75 .
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75-
2.75
.2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75:
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75:.
2!75
2.75
.2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75 .
2.75 ���;.-
; 2.7 5':;';.
���2.75":
2.75
2.75
a.75
2:75.
2.75
2.7.";
2.75
2:75
2.75
Total
94.10
46.15
17.85
76.95
19.15
76.95
67.75
92.25
29.50
34.10
76.95
75.40
19.55
53.80
3.00
65.45
90.50
60.45
64.00
61.15
42.65
111.95
.5.81
; 74.80
16.00
49.05
69.65
4.30
13.45
,35:50
11.00
32.75
69.C5
44.10
76,95
.72.85
65.45
64.00
.13.70
71.15
388,00
12.75
58.05
7.S5
71-.95
62.60
18.15!
24.25
48.25
76.20
42.45
10.65
76.05
15.00
7."io
7.6.20
57.15
59.75
;-::60.'4o
;��� 46^90
Four Paw  W. J. Porter  3350
Fred D Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co  830
Fremont   Freemont M. Co., Ltd 1217
G. A. B King, Thomas   852
Garnet    ....Hallett, I. H 2724
Gem  Hallett, I. H. & Rendell, G. A 2632
Gem Fraction Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1416
Globe    William Law & John Gray  2294
Golconda Fraction  Golconda Mines Ltd 2149
Gold Bed Golconda Mines Ltd 1388
Gold Bug J. H. Smith & J. Vantobel   895
Gold Bug No. 2  Chris. McDonell & T. W. Stack 1718
Gold Commissioner  P. J. Dermody & T. B. Garrison....2298
Gold Drop  .". Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1415
Grand Central  Alaska  Mg.   Co 1842
Great Laxey  Thomas Kermeen, J.  J.  Cluces,
and Andrew Hamilton  142C-S
Hamilton    W. J.  Harris  noti
Helen    Strathmore Helen Con. Mg. Co  691
Hidden Treasure  J. H. Smith & Jacob Vantobel  896
Hidden Treasure  The Republic    Gold    Mines    of
Greenwood, B. C 1019
Hidden Treasure  W. E. McArthur  1551-S
Hope No. 2  Charles J. McArthur  1849
Idola   Nicholas Kuhnen  2460
Imperial Fraction  Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1418
Iron Cap  Silver King Mg. Co 1574
Iron Pyrites  E. L. Brown, W. G. McMynn 1390
Iva Lenore  I. H, Hallett  1262
Jerry Jewel  Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 2882
Jewel .: Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd  850
Johnannisberg    I. H. Hallett  2072
Joliette Fraction  J. B. Desrosiers  1885
Jumbo  Bank of Montreal, Rossland   655
Keestowe  J. C. Haas, A. R. Thomas, James
N. Raton, & F. M. Kerby 1240
Ladoga  F. J. Miller, A. J. Jackson, H. A.
Wright, J. W.  Blough, W. M.
Law, J. P. Anderson   917
Lake  Nicholas Kuhnen   765
Lakeside Fraction  Seth Emerson, J.   A.    Cameron,
D. A. Cameron  1023
Lancaster Fraction  G. A. Rendell  2868
Laocoon  Golconda Mines Ltd 2147
La Plaza  G. F. Miller  1393
Last Chance  Spokane-Boundary Mg. Co  753
Last Chance  Republic. Gold Mines of   Greenwood    .r.  644
Last Chance  Bank of Montreal, Rossland, V.
D. Glass and Phil Aspinwall .... 660
Lead King  Hugh McKee  2071
Lewellah   Mary T. McMynn 1251
Little Chief  Wm, Macey, W. M. Law  1406
Little Dallas  Robert Forshaw  2628
Little Home Fraction  J. J. McDonnell  1705
Little Buffalo Fraction  L. H. Moffatt, Rossland  1717
Little Frank  J. J. McDonnell  1675
Little Ruth  1. H.  Hallett  8815
London  G. M. Foster, F. F. Ketchum, E.
J.   McArthur,   M.   A.   Graham
and Evan Parry  2291
Lulu    ��� Alaska Mining Co 1584
Mabel  John Douglas   609
Mamont Nicholas Garland and Mary Garland"   879
Maple Leaf  Hugh McKee  1434
Maple Leaf Fraction  Francis W. Groves  2040
Massachusetts  Jewel Denoro Mines Ltd 1401
May A. S. Sercus and John Hedges ....2629
McKinley  Alex A. Mcintosh  1685
Meadow Lark J. McNieol, Nelson J.    LaPlant,
W. G. McMynn, D. J. Sullivan..l712
Mineapolis Fraction  1. H.
Monte Bravo  J. N.
.     R.
Monte Reco J. N.
R.
Montrose Fraction  ......F. M
Morcna Fraction ���I. H
Morning Star  ..: ���......Sidney Rosenhaupt 2570
Mountain View        _....: G. A.  Rendell, G.  Smith, W. B.
Fleming, G. B. Taylor and J. P.
.    . Smith .- :..'...: ;..1405:
Mullen   ,. .-...; ....Con.  Cosgrit'fe Estate  ........:...... 1850
Myrtle    : '. -J. S. C. Fraser Estate ....1891
Napa Alaska Mining Company ...........���.1583
Nelson .....Strathmore Helen Con. Mg. Co 2293
Nellie ..���: :..... : John N. Greden 25S0
New.York ��� W: R. Johnstone  : ,  901
Nightingale Fraction  '. '....'. ....Edmund F. Wickwire 1194-S
95 : 1. H. Hallett 2939
Norene Fraction  .: ;..H. I-I. Shallenberger  ,...��� 1254-S
No. 4 ..I.... '. A. S.  Black ;..1843
No, 3 ': -. I. H.  Hallett   :-1846
No.  9..���.. -. :...��� I.. H. Hallett  : '. : 8825
No.  9 The    Vancouver    &    Boundary
Creek Dev. & M. Co.  : .....2608
No. 15 ._._ ;......... ���..... The    Vancouver     &    Boundary
Creek Dev. & Mg. Co. -.2607
North Star..; : The    Vancouver    &    Boundary
Creek Dev. & Mg. Co. .........��� 1165
Number One i. '. I. H. Hallett 1845
Hallett  2940
Paton, F. M. Kerby and A.
Thomas  1241
Paton, F. M. Kerby and A.
Thomas  ..:. : L....1242
Kerby 2654
Hallett & G. A. Rendell 2631
Number Two .........
O.   B :..���.:.	
Old Guard  ���..'. ...
Ottawa Fraction ........:
Oro ..:.......,.	
Paragon  ........: :..
P. H. ..., .:	
Preston   .....:...;. ...
Prince Henry ....:..:	
Quien Sabe. ::..-.	
Red Warrior -..
Republic ..,	
Riverside ......,...���:	
Roderick Dhu :	
Ruby Fraction	
San Juan .............
Scarboro   .-.,.���' '.'....:
Seth. :.���.,.., :-.:	
S. F. Fraction :....::.,	
S. H. B. Fraction 	
S. I.-B.-A.'' -	
Silent Friends -...,.'..-.,...._
Silver Cloud ...
Silver Cloud Fraction
Silver King   ......���...
Silver .King ....,;...........:
Skylark    '........'...,....
State Formation ,.	
Sniilax  Fraction .:	
Spokane	
Spriugdale .....
St. Joseph ���	
Starlight   ..:....	
Strathmoi-e1      	
Sunset	
Sytl. M. Johnson ..........
Sylvester K. .: ,	
Teutonic  Fraction
Texas  '. : .'.;������.
Tiger .,....'���.:���.'...
Tintic   ���.������
Tip Top	
Twin Mine ���':	
Twin^:';::;::r;y-;:-y--���'������;'���;
Viceroy, Fraction .;.
Virginius ���: Xx.i.iXxX- -
Warwick Fraction
Wellington     	
Wellington No.'.2 V..
Wheeling xil...]:.;X..X'
..:....I. H. Hallett .....,..: =....-. 1844
 Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co..... 828
 Hugh  Murray .....1644
 ..Thomas Hemmerle & Hugh Mc-
. .  Kee .:.: .: :..... , ...'...:,.:....3505.   .
.......John Douglas  i. ���'.  614
 Alaska Mining Co ;:...1582
....:..Boundary Creek M. & Mlg. Co..... 829
.......Livingston, Thomas Dickason.'...::.. 695
.......Prince -Henry Mg. Co., Ltd.  .....2636
 Ellen Hallett 1267
 i.R. Markin .: ,....���..,......, 984
 :Republic Gold Mines   of   Greeh-
'���'-.' wood,  B. C.  .: .���..:.���.-���.���. 426   ������
 .-.Phoenix Riverside Mg. Co. 1031
 Robert Wood  ::  598
 Mary McMynn & George Cook ...3256
-...Ellen   Hallett .....2.849
:..E. 0. Lewis & Duncan Buchanan..l416-S
......Jewel  Denoro  Mines  Ltd.  ............28S3
���:.Thomas7 King ! .:._���...: ���.:,.���..:..- 832
..���Boundary Creek M. & M: Co. ........ 831
 W. V,,. M'cArthur... ...���.:;..28S1
.���-S. Benerman. T. M. Gully, J. A.
Frank ....'- X.X: :._ 1433
......J. \V. Nelson, D. Ross, I. H. Hallett and George  Cunningham.:.1218
...J. N; Paton and A: S. Black  .454-3
���Silver King Mg..Co. .1097
 John L. McKinnon .........,::.... .....1832
.���--Skvlark  Dev.   Co :....  763
���I. H. Hallett ���.: ::.::..2723
���I. H. Hallett & Albert Eastcroft.1064
 Boundarv Creek"M. & M. Co. ........1011
.... Edmund'T. Wickwire 2787
 Henry Johnston 2919
-; F. Blackmail Holmes, D..A. Cameron     .., : : ..........:1889
.....Elizabeth    Galloway    &    Strathmore Helen Con. Mg. Co. 1018
���Con. Cosgriffc Estate 1 206S
 George D. Leyson , .1961
 L.  1.  Ostroski.  P. W. Dillon,  D.
Movlan.  C.    S.    Galloway    &
Adolph   Sercu    ':..-.-' 23S5
 John   M.   Frost   &   Mary  T.   Mc-
Mvnn - 2392
...C. N. Collins & J. W. Nelson  ,2067
 Daniel   Bresnahan  ..3548;
.���Buchorn Gold & Copper Co., Ltd.:.1461:
.^..Tip Top Mg. Co.:;.:.;:.-;r;.:.;::.:v-:..,.,v:.;:.1229 V;
v..:.Andrew  .HamiltonO^.vThomas -. -
:'.i'-:.;-.Ke'rmeen:.'-Estate'.---''Jbhn J, Clu-
;-   -cas Adhu X-X.Xi..x.,.,..i.^-X...l,..l :1426-S
^.-.Robert Wood ,:.:..,: ;..,..���.:...:.-."819:'--.-
:.:;.i. H. Hallett ..:.:....   ,.....vr.:;-1722- ,
.......John-.Mulligan'-& William Hanna:1950
'. Thomas.:Hemmerle_ ^;;Hugh::: Mc-:.r;;-"r
56.05
30.05
.60.45.
.64.00
33.S5 j Wild Rose Fraction ,::
86. S5, j Wren'.,.:-,:.:: '..'.'.i.:..-:.::.
���4,03' Yellowstone  .,..:..:-,.......:
6.95   Yellowstone Fraction
18.70   York Friction ......X.,.
���Harris Xx:i:.
Harris -.XXyx:
': Rumberger
Kee
......W.-J!:
..=-...-: w:-:-j:
:,..;-G;.:.\V,
:.'::gan::;r.;;;:r:...:::.:;..:r.:::
.r.,X5olcohda/.'.Min.es. Ltd..
..,.R. Denzler ,:\:.-y.-.-X...'..X:
.,:..Nicholas: Kuhnen. ......
 Nicholas- Kuhnen  .,:...
......Golconda Mines Ltd.
& John Mtilli-
V616-S
IA214XX-
;:1216':>;
.2135 Xi
:vl38";..
.1170
'���:2459'--:.
::2461r
214S
44.00
4.85
2.75
51.60
50.00
4.60
2.75
57.35
69.50
12.00
2.75
84.26
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
43.75
6,10
2.75
52.60
2.25
.05
2.75
5.05
51.00
8.65
2.75
62.40
69.00
11.85
2.75
83.60
63.00
10.70
2.75
76.45
47.00
5.30
2.75
55.05
65.00
9.10
2.75
76.85
48.00
5.30
2.75
56.05
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
67.50
11.55
2.75
81.80
57.50
S.00
2.75
68.25
78.00
13.05
2.75
93.80
37.00
5.25
2.75
45.00
13.75
1.90
2.75
18.40
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
33.00
2.70
2.75
38.45
56.25
7.85
2.75
66.85
16.00
1.75
2.75
20.50
2.00
.05
2.76
4.80
4.50
.10
2.75
7.35
39.00
3.10
2.75
44.85
58.75
8.25
2.75
69.75
10.50
.20
2.75
13.45
13.00
.25
2.75
16.00
45.00
6.25
2.75
54.00
30.00
4.75
2.76
37.50
10.00
.20
2.75
12.95
38.75
73.50
52.00
5.75
7.50
78.00
57.50
23.50
10.25
5.00
45.75
52.00
76.50
11.75
30.75
34.50
38.25
3.25
45.00
57.00
20.00
11.50
53.75
35.00
10.50
36.00
1.25
76.50
45.00
62.50
43.75
60.00
22.50
63.75
36.00
13.00
33.00
72.00
63.75
61.25
48.00
75.00
60.00
3.75
65.00
58.75
3.50
48.00
78.00
22.50
78.00
78.00
49.00
38.25
51.25
21.25
40,50
.51.00
47.50
69.00
11.75
69.00
5.25
25.50
65.00
39.00
57.50
38.25
11.75
50.00-
44.00
65.00
65.00
36.25
6.25
7.50
78.75
8.00
65.00
48.75
32.00
69.00
24.75
40.00
47.50
12.50
37.50
32.25
23.00
65.00
69.00
7  3.75;;
19.50
61.25
13.00 :
6.50.
57.50:
���58J5:
46.50.
,'27,oo;;
'Sfl.OO!
-24.00:
30.75
40:00
9.00
67.50
6.40       2.75
12.50
5.70
.05
11.95
11.45
8.00
1.20
.20
.10
6.05
5.70
13.05
.20
2.45
2.70
3.05
.05
4.95
9.85
2.85
.25
7.50
3.80
.20
2.90
.20
13.05
3.90
6.05
8.40
3.15
8.90
4.80
.25
2.65
12.25
8.90
8.60
5.30
12.75
8.40
.50
9.10
8.25
.05
8.25
13.20
3.80
13.20
13.20
5.40
3.05
5.15
- 3.00
6.80
5.60
6.65
11.75
.20
11,75
.10
1.25
9.10
4.30
8.05
3.06
.25
7.00
4.90
9.10
5.10
.85
.15
15.70
.15
9.10
6.85
3.40
10.60
2.95
4.40
6.65
.25
3.00
2.50 r
���^9:ior:
10.60
'- .05
.90
8.60:
:":.'-. _25:
; -;io
:.8Tft5;
���:-S:25.:
;--8.05:
���'''���'4.55^
,7J0:
7 4.20,
-2;6o:
4.40
1.00
1150
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
8.75       2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
.2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
r'2.75r'
^2.75;
2.75
.'2:75':
2.75
2.75
2.75 :
2.75
-2.75.
''2.75'
2.75
���2.75:
'2.75-
2.75;''
2.75;
i:-2X!5:-
2.75 ���
2.75
46.90
88.75
60.45
8.55
85.20
92.20
68.25
27.45
2.75       13.20
7.85
54.55
60.45
92.30
14.70
35.95
39.95
44.05
6.05
52.70
69.60
25.60
14.00
64.00
41.55
13.45
41.65
14.20
92.30
61.65
74.00
52.55
71.15
28.40
75.40
43.55
16.00
38.40
87.00
75.40
72.60
56.05
90.50
71.15
7.00
76.85
69.50
6.30
59.0.0
93.95
29.05
93.95
93.95
57.15
44.05
59.15
27.00
50.05
59.35
56.90
83.50
14.70
83.50
8.10
29.50
76.85
46.05
68.30
44.05
14.75
59.75
51.65
76.S5
9.10       2.75       76.85
44.10
9.85
10.40
97.20
10.90
76.85
58.35
38.15
82.35
30.43
47.15
56.90
15.50
43.25
37.55
���'28!25>
76.S5V
82.35
6.55
23.15
72.60
16.00
9.35
68.-25
69.75
57.30
; 34.30;
59.75
30.95
< 36.10
47.15
12.75'
81.75
( '���
i THE LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C. DECEMBER 5, 1918
Rossland  Assessment  District
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Friday, the 27th day of December, 1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court House, Rossland, 1 shall offer Tor sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list
hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th June, 1918, and for interest, costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not seener paid.
Tin- Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner is a
member en' the Allifd Forces and ciitith'd to ilie benefits of Section 29 of the Taxation Amendment Act. 191S.
Dated  at   Rossland,  B.  i\.  this 2".lh day of November,  1918.
H. R. TOWNSEND,
Assessor and  Collector  for the Rossland Assessment District.
Trail Creek Mining Division
NAME OF CLAIM.
Abbacorne 	
Acme   	
ASSESSED OWNER.
Butterfly ...
Ben Bolt ...
Big Sheep .
Big Casino
Big Four ...
Blaylock   ...
Butte   	
B. X	
Bonanza No. 2 ..
Boundary No. 2
Camden   	
Cariboo   	
C. & C	
Charlston 	
Christine 	
Coeur d'Alene
Copper King ...
Crazy Horse ...
Delta 	
Duluth   	
Eastern King .
Eden 	
Ego  	
Empress   	
Esmeralda Fraction ....
Esquimault Fraction  ..
Evening 	
Debbs, E. V. 	
Golden Drip 	
Gold Hill ....:......:...'..'	
Golden Terror .:.....-........
Gopher ..' -.....- .'-
Gorilla   ..: ,.
Grace Darling  ........
G. II. Sovereign	
I-iarrisburg    ...���.
Heather Bell  '.:'...
Helena  ......	
Highland  ;:..... ........
High Ore  '.	
Ida No. 2 ...:.,	
Independent   :	
Iron Clad...!,	
Iron Clad  :	
Iron  Hill        	
Iron Queen No. 1 	
James Stanley ...
Joe Joe ...
Jungle  Fraction  ...:.:...
Jumbo No. 3 ...;.:.....	
: Jumbo No..3 Fraction
Kingston   ...,...'..	
La Belle  .,.......,...���..
Latest Out\......	
Lincoln No. 1     	
Little  Darling '.......,--.'.:.
Little. Giant Fraction .
Little Jim ....���.;: ...,���
; Little Vita ....:..:..���..-...:.
Livingstone ..., -.-.,	
L. Nora .....��� ������	
Lone Star '.:.���:���������...,.���....:
Lookout :..:.:
Magna Charta......���..
Marion ....:.., Xix.X	
Mayflower No. 2 .-.	
Miiinetonka ..:.���...���....
Minnehaha   .._,...._....	
Modena .,...,..,.,	
Morning Star No. 1  .
Nellie Gray  .................
Nick of Time,. -....:.
Northern :.���...,���..���.
North  Star���,.���	
Old  Hundred  ..........
Olga     ::..:.:-.-.:..-.
Olive ���.���..���, ...
Olia Podrida 	
Palo  Alto .....
Pittsburg  -	
Portland	
Pott 	
Prince of Wales 	
Ptarmigan	
Putman	
Queen Lill ..-	
Quinault , ...
Rainy Day	
Red  Cap	
R'idgeway	
Rob  Roy ......
Royal George 	
Runover  ...,....: '.'.'
Santa Cruz .......I.X.:.:..;..
Sailor Boy  .X.X:.:..Xii..'X
X Seigneurage: .x.X.XxXX.
Southern Cross ,.,..::;.:.
:-Spokane; ;...-::-/U- Ix.:::
���'������-��� St. Bernard ��� '':..-...:l:...XX
Xisiir Clair/,;:.:.:,::.::;;:.:::;:::
' St:.Luke: Fraction '::.:.:
XX.Stxi.MarkXxi:x::.X..XXiy
'i- Standard XxXXXyXXXy
Sunnyside XiXXiXXX-XXX
Swan. -..,���. XX-.XX-x
Tailor Boys  :;...,.'.',..-..
The: Brothers --.....���
-TillieH.  :.;:.,.,	
/.Tornado. '.:.;.���,...	
-."'..Umatilla :.:���..;.���:.,.,.
������ -Union Jack ������������	
, Venus. IXXX.. .:.���.':..:.���.���-:���...-���
���  'Victor: .::.;.,;���.:.-.-..���,���
Viking   :.:..:-..-.....:.v. ,���
A'OlneV     .::._....,.:..-...,:	
-... Vuican  Fractiorial  .....
Western King ...........
Wide West No. 2 ........
Wolvertori ::... ,
x. Ray...:...,...;.,	
Yreka Fraction .. X
Zilor ....:..: ,. /....-
..Forteath,  Samuel 	
..Gilmour, T. S., and Langford, H.
S	
..WfUerlow,  G.  S	
..Weir,   John   	
..Kloman. Joe and Wys, Godfrey...
..AVeir, John	
..Bank of Montreal 	
..Bank of Montreal 	
..Connor, Charles E	
..Merrison, James E	
..Kloman,  Joseph    ,
..Swanson, Oliver and Forin, J. A...
..Stow, H. F	
..Sorbin, J. E	
..Abbott, J.  L.  G	
..Jackson, August 	
..Gilmour, T. S. and Langford, H.
S	
..Powers, John	
..Canada Mutual M. & Dev. Co	
..Stack, T. W	
..Drumheller, J. L	
..Heinze, F. E. (Estate) 	
..Denoro Mines, Limited 	
..Mulligan. T. P. et al	
..Cook, Walter	
..Gilmour, T. S. and Langford, H.
S	
..Edgar Gold M. & S. Company	
..Blue, Louis :	
..Evening G.  Mg  Co :	
..Murphy, AV. S. & Peterson, Gust...
-Dormitzer. James & Thelka 	
..Gold Hill Mining Company ,
..Doud,  Charles W ,	
..Gopher Gold Mining Company 	
..Townsend. H: F.	
..Waterlow, G. S	
..Murphy, AV. S. & Peterson, G. W..
-Cook, Walter	
-Forteath, S. & Barnes, Jas. '..
-Powers, John :......... :	
-Williams, S. L. :. :.,	
-High  Ore Gold Mining Co	
-B. C. Syndicate, Limited	
..Sorbin, J. E.	
-Drumheller,  J.  L.	
-Coast & Cariboo Company 	
-Cranston. J. R. (Estate) :.:...
-Kingsmill, Nicol ..:..���.......������...	
-Forster, D. B.  , .........
-Kloman. Joe & AVvs, Godfrey 	
-Sentell, E. B .'	
-Sorbin,  J.   E ......���.....:........
-Sorbin, J. E. :'-. ���;....���...
���-..Giimour,-' T. S. & Langford, H. s:
-Rossland  La Belle M.    &..  Dev.
-Powers, John ...:-....:......:..: ���...
-Waterlow, G. S. ...:..:.-,���- '..
-Estep, AV..G :���.��� ....
-Canada. Mutual M. & Dev. Co. ..
-Little Jim Company ���:.'.:.	
-Canada. Mutual' M. & Dev
-Forteath, S. & Barnes, James ...
��� R. Ihsinger & Ely, Smith	
-Robinsou, Calista E.  .....���	
-���Talbot,   E.-'AV..  ....../���,���.. :.-���
-Waterlow, G. S. ......������......,���-...
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H.J3-
���Coates, John :....���, ���.....
���-���Miiinetonka G. Mining Company ...
-Coast & Cariboo Company........���..
-Edgar Gold  Mining Company:���
���Leinss,  William. ......������ .....
-Drumheller,   J.  L.  .......���..���..; :
-���Heinze. Estate, F. A.. :.. ........
���Bertonn.eau, Louis.L. ,	
-Schuster, W. S. Leo���	
���������Heinze Estate F. A. ...,.*..., .....
���'-Insinge'r,. R. :...���.:.-:....:..:.;.::. -.;;...���
���������Griiyiths, W. M	
-Mayflower G. M. Co	
-The Palo Alto G- M. Co. : : '..
-Drumheller, J. L.	
���Coast & Cariboo Co., Ltd. ...
���Sorbiri, J. E.	
.������Cranston, J. R	
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford 	
-McCrea. W. S ���	
���Hosmer, C. R	
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S..
���Rainy Day Mining Company	
���Blockberger, F. R. ���	
���Giimour, T. S. and Langford, H.
...B. C. Syndicate, Limited	
....B. C. Standard M. & M. Co. .-.....;
���Con. M. & S. Co. of Canada...	
...Waterlow, G, S.  r��� ,..
-Bank:of Montreal et al. ...���	
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, H. S-
���McLaren, W. . . H.:. & Nichols,
X-- Frank :,.:X...xX:XXl.y.X..:.:..:,..,...:.:..
XXDrumheUerX J X i>Xi..X.i.;;....xXX:XX..
^-Shine,'���'P.':Cr' & Bertonneau, L./LV.
.;-Ba:hk; of Montreal:et;al..,::^.���;.:-::
.-/Bank of -Montreal Xt.alXxXXXXX.i.;
.v.Bank.-'bf--Montre'al--et''al.---\-.":;:V-".'.v-...:.i'
���B,:/C:?Standard;:M^&.;M;:.Co.:x;-.
:.-Reeder, /Charles :-'.G_: xxXXXXXiXXiX.
,;^Clemeht, ��� Elsie :lXXx: XXiXXXl XaX:
.^Thompson, S.'G.xX.;X:iXXxXX_:. v-
���--Sehtell, E. B. .:...::;,..���. ,...:.....'.:.':
���Canada Mutual M. &. Dev. Co. .'.
-Gilmour, T. S_ & Langford, H. S.
���Coast .&. Cariboo Company ..:,...:..
- Paulson, J. wii. :..:���-���.--.���..
-r-Gilinbur; T.'.S." & Langford, H. S.
..-Griff iith," W. "Mi & Cameron, :T.;-A.
-,-Cameron, T: A. & McCrea, W.'S.
-Gilmour, T. S. & Langford, '.H:'"S:
���-Gilmour. T. S: & Langford, H. S.
...Denoro Mines. Limited .,.���.:...:.-..
���Stack, T- W. & McDonell, Chris...
���Cranston, J. R. (Estate)  .���.-..���
���R, Insinger & Ely, Smith .,...,
��� -Cook, AValter ; :.:.������.............
Ferguson, J. B  .....
Taxes to 30th
Lot No.     June,  1918 Interest
$ 8.00 %   .84
Co.
.1860
2947
.1675
4256
.6905
.4257
1786
.1788
.1148
.1779
5718
.4666
.1133
.1205
. 992
. 975
1219
.3418
.1991
.1958
.4076
.2974
.1820
.1127
.1823
.1272
.2980
.5208
. 771
.2672
. 539
. 640
.1338
.1050
.2119
.3302
.1226
.1449
.1499
.3417
.1049
. 641
.1060
.1275
.4073
.2724
.3781
..1504
..3844
..6904
..3603
.3218
.3030
.1124
.729
.. 959
.1931
.1043
.1992
..2685
..1989
..1500
..4203
..4674
.. 643
..3300
1286
.1274
,5217
.5724
.1694
.2976
.4071
.1173
.1783
.-'��� 797
.1617
.4201
.4926
. 799
, 950
.4.075
.5725
. 733
.1625
.1956
.4917
.1783
.1957
.1339
.5216
.1954
.1290
.1199
.2195
..1676
..1784 -
.1955
!:' 964 "-
..4072:
.3223
-1789;:
-1785/
-178Ti
.4240 ���
-1503
..4357::
-50.05"
-3602
..1990
.,1156
..2720
..1288
.1213
-4927
-4916
-1441
..3397
-1822
.1953
-927
...4204
-3846
..1051
45.00
8.50
25.00
6.75
36.00
21.00
26.00
26.00
33.75
12.25
9.50
71.75
58.75
6.56
19.50
16.00
26.00
33.75
6.25
18.50
12.50
65.00.
7.75
10.00
38.00
20.00
18.00
82.25
36.00
11.25
26.00
. 3.00
19.00
15.00
12.00
64.50
7.75
38.00
26.00
76.50
31.25
45.00
4.50
20.50
52.00
21.00
47.50
49.00
6.25
17.00
1.50
1.50
52.00 ;
10:00
8.00
8.75
31.25
17.25
12.00
29.25
10.00
9.75
12.00
6.25
13.00 .
32.00
45.00
46.25
���47.50
17.50
33.75
23.50
9.00
34.00
12.50
7.50
: 11.75
22.00
8.75
13.00
21.60
65.00
2.73
76.50
51.00
4.50
22.50
14.00
46.00
40.00
23.00
19.00
42.00
8.75
9.75
17.50
;. 13.00
51.25-
: 18.50,
���51.00 ���
X 24.00,
/;'/v-.5o.;
'-18.50
V65.0O:
::-7;9.oo;
v?44.75r
-18.00".
24.00
. 37.50
30.00
2L25
24:00
22.00
21.00
11.75
36.00
.   17.00
58.75
65.00
45.00
9.75
2.25
3:25
4.25
.17
2.76
.14
3.96
1.30
1.29
2.86
4.73
.25
.19
14.33
8.19
.30
3.32
1.76
1.30
2.70
.87
.93
.63
9.10
.16
.20
2.83
3.16
.90
16.47
6.12
1.57
1.30
.15
2.07
1.67
-    .24
10.97
.    .16
4.18
���1.30
13.01
4.38
4.95
.10
1.02
4:95
3.57
6.05
4.49
.13
.85
.07
.07
5.72
1.05
7 .16
.17
4.38
. 1.38.
2.04
2.35
1.09
.20
.24
7 .87
.26
3.58
. 4.96
6.48
6.81
2.45-
2.70
1.16
.36
3.84
.62
.37
.23
1.10
.17
.26
1.05
8.70
.05
13.01
5.61
.10
1.12
1.54
5.01
7.92
2.52
2.09
5.95
.17
.20
'���::   .87r
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::';���" 9.10''-
":-^.45:
.���:-.-: Q.03/
i.:i.98/
'   1;12
3:00
3.30
2.89
1.20
2.52
1.05
;23
3.96
1.85
8.22
9i0
7.45
.19
.05
.10
Costs
$2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
' 2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
. 2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
"��� 2.75
2.75
2.75
7 2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75.
2.75
2:75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
: 2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75.
��� '2.75:;
:::/2.75/
-���::;.2.75"
"."���'������'2.75V'
.-2.75
;:":--2.75'--
���;:'.'-2.75-
X 2.75X
/ 2.75
2.75
2,75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75-
2,75
2.75
2:75
2.75
2.75:
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
Grand Forks Mining Division
Total
$11.50
52.00
11.42
30.51
9.64
42.71
25.05
30.04
31.61
41.23
15.25
12.44
88.S3
69.69
9.55
25.57
20.51
30.05
39.20
9.87
22.18
15.88
76.85
10.66
12.95
40.83
25.91
21.65
101.47
44.87
15.57
30.05
5.90
23.82
19.42
14.99
78.22
10.66
44.93
30.05
92,26
38.38
52.70
7.35
24,27
60.47
27.32
56.90
56.24
9.13
20.60
4.32
4.32
60.47.
13.80
10.91
11.67
���    OO.OO ���
21.38
16.79
34.35
13.S4
12.70
14.99
9.87
16.01
38.33
52,71
55.18
57,06
22.90
38.20
24.71
12:11
40.59
15.87
10.62
14.73
25.S5
���11.67
16.01
24.80
76.45
5.55
92.26
59.36
7.35
26.37
18.29
53.76
50.67
28.27
23.84
50.70
11.67
12.70
21.12
17.18
61.17
X 22.19
XX 59.36
-27,95
:--3.25.
X -22.40
76.85
"T 12.15
������/���; 53.53
22.73
27:87
43.25
.    36.05
26.89
. 27:95
:27:27
24.S0
14173
42:71
2i;60
69:72
76.85
55.20
12.69
3.05
6.10
NAME OF CLAIM. ASSESSED OWNER. Taxes to 30th
Lot No.   June,  1918
Addie    Paulson, G. A. ; 1760 $12.50
Ajax  : Contact Gold Mines, Limited  1509 10.25
A.iax Fraction  '. Contact Gold Mines, Limited 1512 2.50
Ajax Kerby, F. M. et al 1029-S 16.50
Alert    Kerby, Forbes M  930-S 63.75
Alto Fraction  Kerby, Forbes M  926-S 21.25
Alexandria    Ashcroft, A. E. & Olmsted, E. D...2126 12.50
Alpha   McLaren, H. A 1204 9.25
American Eagle  McGuire, H. & O'Brien, J. T  722 55.00
Ammie   Brown, Robert A 1247 60.00
Annie Lee  George, AV. E., Wickwire, T. G.-;
and E.  T 3339 55.00
Antelope Fraction   Kerby, Forbes M 9280 27.50
Arsene   Caporn, AV. E  851-S 24.00
Athelstan Prendergast, AV. J. et al 1325-S 20.00
Ax   Kerby,  Forbes M  927-S 65.00
Banner Fraction Reid, F. W. & AVhiteside, A. L 1012-S .50
Bay  Horse   Hallett, I. H. & Davidson, H. R 1506 45.00
Bay Horse   Mulligan, J. & Jackson, E. E  755-S 78.00
Bay Horse Fraction  Farrell, John J 1573 2 50
Belle of Ottawa  McColl,    Helen    J.,    Drew,    J���
O'Connor, J & V 1343 91.00
Ben Hur No. 1  Rathmullen Con. M. & Dev. Co 1503 .   66.50
Betts    McGee, Charles J 3056 43.00
Ben Hur Dempster, Charles  1183-S 45.50
Big Chief  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate, Almond,
S. R. et al  962 21.00
Blue Bell  Shaw, W��� Stack, T. AV., McDonell, Chris 2136 12.25
Boundary Fraction    Vancouver   &   Boundary   Creek
Dev. &  M. Co : 2613
Bullet-  Elliott, M,
Bullion  ....McMynn,
Burlington  Fraction   Mulligan,
Buttercup   Farrell, J.
California   Rumberger,
et al	
Calumet  Lye, Henry 1314
Carlotta .." , Poggi, James  2943
Central City  Cayley, H. St. Q  957
Christina  Fraser, J. S. C. Estate  1350
City of Armstrong  Vancouver & Bdy. Creek Dev. &
M.  Co 3001
Colorado Boy  - McOrmond, Sam   781-S
Columbia  Hahn, Gertie, Rumberger, G. W.
et al 1157
Columbia  Chisholm, Archie   958-S
Contact    Contact Gold Mines, Limited  1421
Daisy  Waterlow, G. S.  1805
Daisy Fraction  Waterlow, G. S 1808
Daly   Contact Con. Mining Company 1510
Deadwood  Coryell, F, McDonald, A, Wolf, P.. 590-S
Delamar  McCartney, H. M., 1346
Dempster Fraction    Dempster, Charles  1186-S
Denver  Jones, Olive B : 2410
Derby  Berths Con. Gold Mining Co 2223
Double Eagle Fraction  The Hartford Gold Mining Co 1329
Dykehead Dempster,   Charles    1184:S
Early Dawn  Mulligan,  John   758-S
Earthquake    Earthquake Con. Mining Co 1339
Eagle    Richter, F. Estate   557
Eclipse  Cunningham, J. F., Smith, W. T.
Roberts, E. J '.... 579-S
Eclipse  Kerby, Forbes M., & Lequime B... 925-S
Eganville  Prendergast, W. J., Boyce, J. &
Reeves, C. H 1016-S
El Rio  : Lye, Henry  1213
Emma  Nels, Frank   307-S
& .
���261.2
Star -Fraser, J..K., & R. S 1681
Star , Rogers. A., Wolford. I. D., Kerby,
 :....- 919-S
 '..;. 1185-S
  956-S
AV 3242
Mary T 1200
John   757-S
J 1490
G. W., Hahn, Gertie
 2222
Eugenie
Evening
Evening
Fife 	
Florence
Florence
 ,-���Vancouver & Bdy Creek Dev.
M. Company	
 -Fraser, J. K��� & R. S	
 Rogers, A., Wolford, I
F. M.	
 Dempster, Charles ....
 Boyce, Annie C.	
Fraction    Averill, C. W., Rogers, A. L. &
v       Coe, A. G.  :..���.��� ...
Glerigarry ........���
Golden Crown Fraction
Golden Eagle  ���
Golden Eagle	
Golden  Horn :	
Hamfat   ������	
Hard cash ���	
���Contact Con. Gold Mines,'-Ltd...,.
���..Hartford Gold Mining Co.���....
 Royal Victoria Gold Mining Co.
.......Wood, Robert :.
��� Bennett, Elizabeth .....
935-S
...2594
-1058
..1334
...1164
...2026
Hartford
Hartford
Hastings
Fraction
Hecla   ...:��� :...- ,.,
Helen Ray ������ ...
Helston   :..'..: '... :....,
Hesperus Fraction 	
Honiestake ���..............
Homestake   ,.-	
Hot Air ,.������,-...
Humming Bird	
Humphrey Davy  .....
Iron Dollar ���
I.  X. L.  : -	
J. & R, Fraction 	
Jim   .., .-,���������: -
Jim Fractional  ....
John Bull ,:...
Jumbo   : ,	
Junction City	
June ......��� -..������
June, ,������,-���.��� .-.;
Keno '.....: ,	
Keystone .'.-..-...
Keywest ...-.'., ....
Lake View ..���..���.
Lake Side ��� -....
Lancaster  	
Laskay ���
Lillie   K.., ,	
Little Bertha	
Little Babe	
Lizzie   ,'...:    	
Lizzie L. Fraction 	
Lone Star	
London	
Lone Pine	
Lookout .....
Lookout ...
Loyal  Canadian	
Lucky Shot Fraction
Malta No. 1  ?_���--...	
Mammoth   	
Maple Leaf  ���	
Marinette .;...-���...--.���..
Martha May i.	
Mary; B.;-,���..���.������......
May .;.;.;.-..;:-.:\.������:...--:;;
Mecklenberg -���������/';.
Mecklenberg Fraction
Minnie ���;:...:.:.���-,-���-,-���--������
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McCrea, W..S. ���. 1468
 Nagle,   Alice,   James   McBorin,
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- -Jones, H. L., Ostroski, 1., et al 1059
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Mother Lode ���::.���.-
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Mountain View
Mountain .View
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 Reid. F. AV., AVhiteside, A. L.
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.....Intram.'. R. & Halbeis, AV. 	
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Coei A: G. ���..���:���  934-s
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i X y  .The Conta.ctrG6ld;Mines,-Ltd 1511
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-I���..--Mann, I). D. .-���.;,.: 1710
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Interest
$    .25
.20
.05
.82
8.91
2.97
.25
.18
7.70
8.40
7.70
3.85
1.20
1.00
9.04
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18.20
9.85
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6.47
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52.00
11.75
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52.50
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10.25
65.00
48.75
28.00
38.00
12.50
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62.50
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$15.50
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20.07
75.41
26.97
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71.15
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3.25
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58.31
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60.54
38.99
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7.85
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75.17
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Lenine's Insanity
None  of
His   Hopes
Fulfilled
Havc    Been
Practically insane with lhcir
dreams of thc proletariat millennium,
which seemed at hand, Lcnine and
his associates stopped at. nothing to
force an immediate peace which
would permit them to get on with the
Social revolution. For this thcy incited the army to mutiny, raised the
mob, started civil war, which all other factions were trying to prevent,
and published thc secret treaties of
the allies in order to bring thc issues
of the war into discredit with the
proletariat the world over. None of
Lenine's hopes was fulfilled. The allies refused to stop thc war at his
bidding, and not even his wrecking
Russia could force them to make
peace. The German proletariat did
not rise, as he expected, and at
Brest-Litovsk thc Bolshcviki were
compelled to sign an abject and humiliating treaty of peace. Never was
there a statesman more "completely
discredited than Nicholas Lenine.
Right and Might
Jam Shortage in Britain
Only about one ounce of jam.per
week is available to thc civil population of Great Britain at the present
.time. Canadian . housewives should
make all the jam they possibly can
to facilitate conservation of butter,
which will be the more needed ovcr-
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there.
When Holloway's Corti Cure is
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KameradI
Even in Palestine the boche is a
beast. In the attack on Amnion thc
Camel Corps charged a trench, and
the occupants, Turks and Germans,
surrendered. Lieutenant Ncwson, an
English officer, clambered in "witli a
bunch cf Australians and Scoltics,
and took possession. Hc was just
returning his revolver to thc holster
when a German officer who had
surrendered whipped out a weapon
and shot the Englishman dead. An
Irish Australian    roared    out:    "You
��� !" and another one went lo  the
heap.
A multi-millionaire, as he climbed
into his limousine, snarled at a newsboy:
"No, I don't want anv paper! Get
out."
"Well, keep your shirt on, boss,"
the boy replied. "The. only difference between you ancl mc is that
you're makin' your second million,
while I'm still vvorkin' on my first."���
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Huns Have Not Courage of France
or Belgium
Jt will not bc out of the way to
again call attention to the difference
between the attitude of the Germans
of Berlin over the menace of defeat
and the attitude of thc French when
thc Germans were within 45 miles of
Paris, or, for that matter, when thcy
were within 20 miles of Paris in 1914,
even before thc people were seasoned to war and its horrors.
It has become necessary for Germany to declare at least partial
military law in Berlin to prevent a
panic, with thc army, although retreating, still in Belgium and France.
When Parish was threatened;
when the long range guns of Germany were bombing the city, killing
women and children; when the dread
airplanes were bombarding the place
at night, and the doom of the city
loomed big, there was no panic.
Paris stood the strain of it without
showing the white feather. It required no soldiers to control the people.
Their courage kept them calm in thc
face of the gravest clanger. Thcy
trusted only in the cause for which
their army fought.
Germany has no cause in which to
trust. The German people know no
other power save the power of their
armies. Thcy trust only in force, in
thc might which makes their cause
right. When the army meets witli-
defcat their hope is gone. They
gloried in the punishment which their
armies brutally administered to
helpless Belgium, the havoc it
wrought in France. But when thc
army suffers defeat the Germans
think only of the measure with which
it meted punishment being measured lo themselves, and the people
have not the courage of the people of
Belgium and France.
Thc German peopie. havc been
taught to believe, of course, rhat thc
allies seek tlicir destruction. Thcy
havc been taught this doctrine, however, not to give them moral courage, but to justify the destruction
which their own armies had wrought.
But even with this belief established
in their minds, their imagination cannot picture even such,, cruelty as
France aud Belgium actually realized���and yet there was no cowardice
in France and Belgium.
The difference in thc altitude of
the people of Germany and that of
the people of France and Belgium in
the face of danger is the difference
between r:viIization and thc boasted
German kultur. It is thc difference
between right and might.
Long Standing Asthma. Many have
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have tried so many so-called remedies they think that there is no real
help for them. They should read'
the letters received by the manufacturers of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma
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German Pays Tribute. to the French
Spirit
In common with all other Americans who have seen to admire the
spirit of France at war, the brave
French suffering most cruel blows,
but never complaining, I have comc
to marvel at thc invincible soul of
this unconquerable people. But, of
all tributes paid to the soul of
France, surely none is more eloquent
than the following. It is from the
pen of a high German officer and
read now what he has to say of the
French:
"I have been living for years now
in this joyless country. From month
to month I have seen it become
more pitiable. And what is remarkable is thc Frenchman's- turn of
mind, the Frenchman who does not
make any complaint against thc man
who has settled as his unwelcome
guest by his fireside, and consoles
himself with thc well-known saying
'C'cst la guerre'
"So when we go home ou leave of
absence and we hear our wives aud
parents whining, we feci like taking
them by their coat sleeves and dragging them down here to the invaded
country. They would learn what a
lit lie misery is, they who remain
masters iu their own homes.
"The French of the occupied
country hate us, but do not complain. They stake tlicir pride in
forbearance of complaint. 1 am
never weary of marvelling at this
grit of theirs. But you, Uncle
Fritz, and Aunt Mina of Mains, or
elsewhere, how would you behave if
the enemy were in your country?
To judge from the small trials
which you bear so poorly, I would
lose all confidence. You arc always flinching. You feel hurt if the
Hindenburg hammer- does not crush,
as it won't do, a whole hostile army.
What the French could teach 3-011 is
this child's faith which thcy preserve in such cruel trials. Or, to express it more brutally, I am jealous
of their omnipotent pride.
"Many Germans could learn a
good deal at thc school of nnisfor-
tnVic which the inhabitants of the occupied country-bear up under so
proudly. Let us consider the question once more: How many French
people in thc course of these last
four ycars havc learned German? Not
one in a thousand. But I will wager
anything, that in Mannheim or As-
choffenburg, if the ' French ruled
there, there would bc no shop girl
with whom the .conqueror could not
talk in his own language. It would
be the fad to speak French.
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Resources are Being Exhausted Very
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It is only within very recent years
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In the last fifteen years he has ^
taken out more iron than in all the [Is
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In thc last thirteen years he has
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Jn thc last eleven years hc has
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Some Queries and Answers Regarding Conservation of Food
Miss Mackenzie, Maple Creek: B   .
don't take it for granted, Miss   Aiac-
kenzic,  that_ because   lhe   restiictions,
have been lifted off the consumption j
of  bacon,  you   arc  at  liberty  to  usc
food in  the old  free  way.    The  ban,, ,-,,-,       -    ,
has been lifted temporarily because bc wnparalivcly htlle ol tlicm
Britain at present is well supplied I
with bacon���thanks to tlic efforts of'
Canadians and Americans. Canada
alone increased ils export of pork by
571 per cent, as a result of the restrictions imposed by the food board.
So you can see that your voluntary
saving was very much worth while.
At the same time tlie allied food
controllers, meeting in Loudon during the last week of July, passed a
resolution to the effect that the most
rigid economy and elimination of
waste in the consumption and handling of all food stuffs, as well as increased production, should be maintained throughout the luiropean allied countries and in North .America.
The resolution stated further that it
was only by such economy and elimination ol" waste that the transportation of thc necessary men and supplies from Norlh America to the
European front could be accomplished, and stocks of food stuffs could be
built up in North America as an insurance against the ever present danger of harvest failure and the possible necessity for largc emergency
drafts to Europe. According to the
declaration of thc food controllers, it
is impossible to administer the food
problems ou the basis of one year's
war. So wc are not yet out of the
wood, by any means. Economy and
conservation must be carried on as
before and the essentials must still
be saved.
Anxious Mother. Arc you sure
you are giving your litttlc seven-year
old boy enough milk? You must remember that it is the perfect food
for_ children and that without plenty
of it they carnot thrive.    Meat   does
Prices of Wheat
Fiour Substitutes
Reasonable Prices Have Been Named by Canada Food Board
The Canada food board has named reasonable prices for wheat flour
substitutes. These prices will vary,
from lime to time, according to the
price of grain. On thc basis of
present wholesale prices, corn flour
bought in small quantities should
sell at from 6^4 cents per pound in
Eastern Canada to 8 cents in the extreme West; rye /lour at from 7J4
cents in Eastern Canada to 8'/3 cents
in lhc extreme West; barley flour
at from 6J4 cents in the East to 6
cents in the West. The Canada food
board has warned retailers that exorbitant prices must not be charged
for wheat substitutes.
A Professor of Aviation
Young
to
Montdidier Rich in History
the    River
Attractively Situated on
Don
Montdidier,    whose    history   da'tcs
back  to the iirst    millcnium    of the
Christian   era,  had a population     of
less than 5,000 at thc beginning of the
war, but it was rich in historic associations.   It is   said   to  have  derived
its  name  from   the  fact  that  Didier,
of Dcsidcrius,  the last of the   Lombard kings,  was  imprisoned  here  in
774   by Charlemagne.      Charlemagne
j having put aside his first wife,    De-
���siderius' daughter, took up the quar-
not supply the deficiency where child- I fcl ?[ Pope Adrian J   with the Lorn-
rcn are concerned, for'milk supplies  bard ,n0l,arcMnd; after marching an
Chair Should Be Given
Man ���
Sir Basil Zahariff, who has just
given $125,000 for the creation ol a
Chair of Aviit'on at London, Eng.,
University, is of Greek extraclion,
born in France, and has alreadjr endowed a similar professorship at the
University of Paris. Although a man
of immense wealth and very great
influence, he dislikes both public life
and publicity, and prefers to do what
he docs, be it philanthropic or political, in a purely private capacity.
This Chair of Aviation at the present juncture in the history of flying
has great potentialities and it is only
to bc devoutly hoped that it will
not be given to some elderly and be-
goggled savant, steeped in the theory
of aeronautics, who has no actual
practical knowledge of flying. It is
a young science and requires a rcal
live young professor to do it full
justice.
Adopting the "Yanks"
Queen Alexandra has "consented io
become patroness of the scheme for
sending home comforts to U.S. soldiers at the front, and in a letter to
Sir Charles Walston, the chairman,
Her Majesty says:
"The scheme to provide parcels for
the splendid American fighting soldiers at the front, I think, is first-
rate. As their relations and friends
are so far away, let us take their
place. It will give me the greatest
pleasure to become patroness of such
an organization, and I will do my
best to help towards it."
The methods of helping to put thc
American soldiers on an equal footing wkh the allied comrades will be
by "adopting," (including correspondence) and by the sending of non-rationed comforts.
U. S. Shipyards at Work
Thc     United  Slates  has  157
ship-
Poland the Unquenchable
yards, of which 51 were in.operation
previous to April, 1917, and 106 of
which havc been since established. Of
these yards, 66 arc on the Atlantic
seaboard, 22 on the Gulf, 15 on the
Great Lakes and 54 on the Pacific
coast. There are 70 for construction
of steel vessels and 80 for wooden
hulls, three for fabricating steel ships
from standardized parts and four
for concrete vessels. Ultimate capacity of these yards will be 834
shipways, of which 750 are available
for the merchant ship program of
the emergency fleet corporation. Of
the others, 29 are building vessels for
thc navy and 21 for private owners.
The Famous Soldier Poet of Italy
Italy's famous poet,    whose flying
feats are thc admiration of his countrymen, has not thc slightest fear of
death,    and  he  has  a    presentiment
Will  Come    Into    Its    Own    Again  that  he  will  die  in action.      To    a
Some Day
A thrill goes around the world at
thc message of the 114 Polish officers and soldiers lo their countrymen, asking to die rather than that
their cause bc in thc slightest compromised. Here are Polish idealism
and nobility at their highest. These
brave men ,facing thc gallows, havc
as had our own Nathan Hale, but
one thought���their country. That
country has no existence on the maps
today. But ii docs exist, beautiful and
rcal and eternal, in the hearts of
Poles everywhere. It is coining into
ils own again as certainly as right
will prevail. The 114 imprisoned officers and men in Hungary are but
uttering the will and thought of all
lhcir countrymen. Tlic nations th.it
know how to die will never die.���
New   York Tribune.
friend who interviewed him he remarked: "My wordly life is ended.
What can 1 do after tlie war? 1 shall
write no more. Every time 1 go off
on au expedition I hope il will bc my
j last. That i.s the reason for my
' fearlessness. The finest end 1 wish
for is to die for my country."
Minard's  Liniment  Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,���In Jul)-, -1915, I was
thrown from a road machine, injuring my hip and back badly and was
obliged to u<v a crutch for 14
months.- In Sept., 1906, Mr. Wm.
Oulridge of Lachutc urged mc lo
try MIXARD'S LIX1MEXT, which
J did with the m'o��t satisfactory results and today J a.m as well as," ever
in  im   life.
In the Darning Basket
Mothers    who    have a  family     to
mend  for  will find  this  a \<:ry  useful hint.    Buy a length of fine black,
also some white  net.     Keep it in  the
work   basket      for     mending      large
holes.    A big darn in a stocking or
in  a  little  pair of woollen  rombina-[of
lions is unsightly, but. not if done as ice
directed.    Cut a  piece  of  net���blafK '
net  for  dark colored  materials    aud
black  stockings;     while     for     licht-
\ ours  -incen ly,
.MATTHEW
hi.-,
x   !!\1N"|-..S.
mark
the lime necessary in the bone formation and there is practically no
lime in meat and bread, and none at
all_ in sugar and fats. The average
child needs not less than two big ,
cups a day while adults should have y
half a pint daily. With the children
this can bc given in the form of a
beverage but it can also be given as
milk soups, puddings, cottlage or
cream cheese or as sauce for vegetables. Mill: and plenty of it is the
"safely first" slogan for children and
on the farm it should surely be easy,
to give them plenty of it. Jt has
been estimated that, to supply protein, milk at 15 cents a quart is as
cheap as sirloin steak at 35 cents a
pound or eggs at 38 cents  a  dozen.
Saver. You are quite right about
the importance of saving fats. There
is a tremendous demand for fats of
all kinds (1) for thc making of high
explosives; (2) for thc lubrication
of thc machinery; (3) for ointments
for wounded soldiers and (4) for human consumption. The average
housekeeper is not sufficiently careful about saving cvery scrap  of fat.
Thc following may help you to
make thc best use of them. How to
prepare fats:
(1) The selection of fat:
Make an effort   to    use thc    cheap
fats   such  as   from   trimmings     from
all kinds of meat and from suets.
(2) Rendering fats:
(a) Grind suet.
(b) Soak several hours in salted
water and strain off the  water.
(c) Fry out in top of double boiler
over water.
(d) Strain through fine wire strainer or cloth.
(e) Store in small clean \easels in
cool place.
(3) Deodorizing fats:
(a) Grind and soak thc fat in salr
water.
(b) To each pound oi fat add one-
half cup of sour milk.
(c) Fry out if necessary or heat
thoroughly in double boiler.
(d) Strain as above.
(e) After cooling remove fat from
liquid.
(4) Clarifying fat<;:
fa) li the fat needs but little clarifying heal slowly. Put in a few-
slices of potatoes and brown. Strain
and  cool.
(5)" Care of  fats.
(a) Fats should be kept  clean  aad ! Alas':lzllic
covered in a dark, cool place. !across  rou
(b) Burning  of    fats    should      bei
avoided  because  au    injurious     sub-1
'stance is  formed.
j     (c)   The   fat   keltic   -hoitld   be   kepi '
j com red while heating and while cool-j
sing,
j     Dora
jaskin;;   piivate  individuals  to go   nir-
jlher in  their sugar conx nation  and
i
army across the Alps, captured his
erstwhile father-in-law's capital city,
Ticiinun, and took the vanquished
ruler back to France, where he died
in captivity. Montidicr is attractive-
ituatcd on an eminence on the
banks of- thc River Dom It is the
capital of an arroridisscnient in the
department of Clrc"S5inme, and is 62
miles north of Paris by rail arid 23
miles southeast of Amiens. Its chief
industries before the war were tanneries and the manufacture of zinc
white. When the tides of war finally
recede, -it Is probable that the three
buildings in which the citizens of
Monulidicr took the greatest pride
will bc crumbling ruin. These arc
the Church of St. Pierre, which was
built before Columbus sci sail'on his
voyage of discovery, and which contains a lomb and font of the eleventh
century; the Church of St. Sepulchre,
a fifteenth-seventeenth century edifice, and thc Failais dc Justice, formerly the city castle. Jti the last
named    building   visitors    before the
Minimize The Fire
Peril By Using
EDDY'S
Chemically Self-Extinguishing
"Silent 500s"
The Matches With "No
Afterglow**
EDDY ii the only Canadian
maker of these matches, every
���tick of which has been treated
with a chemical solution which
positively ensures the match
becoming- dead wood once it
has been lighted and blown
out.
Look for the words "Chemically self-extinguishing" on the
box.
"Wood's Pboqpbc&i&u
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TYPHOID
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MAKES A CORN SHRIVEL
SO IT LIFTS OUT
Just a drop or two of Putnam's
Extractor on a crusty sore corn is
all you need to take away the pain.
Simply wonderful how Putnam's
peels off a troublesome old offender.
No half-way measures either. Putnam's is a real sure cure remedy;
costs but a quarter in any drug store.
Get a bottle today.
Britain to Feed Herself
jscicnticsl,_ who gave impetus to thc
culture of llic potato in France. A
statue erected here commemorates
his gift to the nation.
There is more Catarrh In this fectlon oi
the country than all other diseases pet together, and ior ycars it was supposed to be
incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing lo cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh
ii a local disease, gieatly influenced by constitutional conditions' and therefore requires
constiutional treatment. llall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactuied by F. }. Cheney & Co,
Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional ieir,rdy, i��
taken internally and ..cts through the Dlood
on the Mucous Surfaces oi tlie System.' One
Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any
case tlut Halt's Catarrh Cure fails to curs,
iicud for ciicuiars ar.d testimonials.
V. }.  ClIExVEV  & CO.. Toledo,  Ohio.
Sold  by   Druggists,  75c
likll's  Family   Pills  for constipation.
Record Harvest the First of Many������
Sir Charles Fielding's Vision
of 1930
The British director general of
food production, Sir Charles Fielding, told a' press representative that
he has for many years been trying
to convert politicians to his belief
that agriculture is the fundamental
basis of everything in the United
Kingdom.
"1 believe," hc said, "that Kngland
can produce the bulk of heavy-weight
t,
I
ed-
in
the future of English agriculture
than my predecessor, Lord Lee,
"1 have compared this country's
supply of food during thc twenty
ycars before the war with Germany's. In that time lhe value ol
food produced per acre was only
from ��4 5s. to ��4 7s. 0d., but iu
Germany the value during the same
period increased from ��o to ��8 19s.
If Germany could so increase her
production so can we.
"Germany reduced thc acreage of
grass land and "increased her plough
land. She had also made improvements in mechanical cultivation, in
cleanliness, and in providing herself
with fertilizers.
"I  have met commissioners
to no more neee��s��rjr
than Smallpox^ Army
experience bas demonstrated
the almost mlnculout efficacy, and harmlessness.of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you an*
your family. It Is more vital than house Insurance,
Ask your physician, druggist, or tend fo* Bars
you had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid V.eclno,
results from us ��� and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
THC CUTTER LABORATORY, BERKELEY. CAL
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sale in five thousand offices throughout Can*
<da.
Canadian Battle Cry
Significant of Spirit
Destruction of Hospital Ship Is Not
Forgotten
The correspondent of the Morning
Post at the British headquarters says
that when thc Canadians poured
through the broken Drocourt line,
their grim batttle cry which had taken them eastwards across the plateau of Lanterre, was heard again.
The Germans wondered what it
meant. The plans for Canada's share
in the offensive were known as thc
"L.C." scheme. Less than half a
dozen knew what the letters meant,
but when the Canadians had been secretly moved to thc Somme country,
according to the "L,C." scheme on
the night before the attack the men
were told that the letters stood for
"Llandovery Castle." The troops had
not forgotten thc destruction of their
hospital ship by a U-boat and with
"Llandovery Castle" as their battle
cry thcy fought as never before.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
A Cyclist's Brave Deed
Saved the Life of Young Lieutenant
By Quick Action
An army motorcyclist at one. of thc
American     training    camps   recently
averted lhe death of a young lieutenant  by a  nio^t   extraordinary  feat  on
i heroism, says the Popular Mechanics
Stop Wasting Sugar
About one-third of all sugar used
f in the homes is served in tea and
I coffee. If an average of half a tca-
. ,- , , , ,Jr.01111 spoonful a cup is left undissolved in
every county in Lngland and tt ales, I the bottom of 12,000,000 cups of tea,
and .hey report, that the ncwjcoiTec and cocoa used daily in Can-
ploughed land will produce as muchi;ula> the wast would be 120,000
as the old arable land  adjoining.    In j pounds of sugar pcr day.
western parts ot the country the j    "Is there a possibility   of    saving
th
results on the  new land will  bc  dc- ', sugar in your home?
cidedly better than on the old. ;i(\\ food "board.
"Wc are in tlie middle of absolute-i 	
ly the greatest harvest that has beer.
garnered since 1S6S, ancl yet we havc
'onlv    received    applications    for  3dQ
asks the Can-
"!ic Canada  food !,oard
Racing at high speed
;h ground, lie drove his
! machine into a runaway parachute
that \\:\fi div.irgiiic: the otlicer to "his
death. The latter had made a practice parachute jump of -',(100 feet from
an olx.erv.iti'.'!! balloon. A high wind
had carried him a considerable distance, and in landing lie bieanie hope-
men today. Wc havc obtained lhc
help of a few thousands of soldiers,
60,000 incn who have been returned
as unfit, and also some German prisoners.
"There  is-no  shortage   ot   farming
tackle, and farmer.- are   tumbling   lo
thc  fact that   they  should  own  tin ir
|0��n  tractors.      JHiring  the  la��t   few
'months  thc   purchase  of  tractor.-   for
j reapers and     binders     lias    been   a--
loundincr.
It Puzzled Him
V ricnchm^n learning English said
once to liis tutor: "English is a queer
language. What does this sentence
mean: 'Should IMt. Noble, who sits
for tlic constituency, consent to stand
again and be run, he, in all probabil-
itv will havc a walko\c:.'"���Tit-Bits.
Taking It Out in Trade
A   voting d.tihy in   the  south,  u Iio
is  of very limited means,  took un-
jto limit tlicir consumption for per-
| ��-orj:iI us- to ]'.. pounds per month.
,'liiis wit1;>: out at not more |!'an l]'<
!ii'sspoun<   for each   individual   at   < v-
eal.
colored garments. Thc piece should
be bigger than the hole lo bc co\er-
cd���tliat is over lapping it, iibout an
inch all round, lack it in position,
then darn in and out of the nushes"
of "the net. You v. ill now hav e a
neat darn whieh Io,.k- almo.-t a- if
v. min.     Another   a.h.MHacri;   i-^     t;,ai
to himself a wife. I "pun lhe conclusion
the lnarriace ceremony  he  prol'er-
ed  to  the  minister  three   tv\ cnty-hw
cent  piece-.
"Hoc is about all I'se got, par-
>on." said lie regretfully. Then ob-
<e:\ing ;���. disappointed look on the
face oi the clergyman, he added, hastily, "but ff \v c has any ehilhin, \w "s
t;'iin' to" -ei;d_ '< :n to your Sunday
-eh.'>>!."��� !i,.rp�� i"- .Mag.uinc.
, Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
! Something Like a Beard!
j .Mistakes of military signallers arc
5-ometiincs ami:-ing. A (urman prisoner c=cai ed from an internment
j camp, and to facilitate recapture a
(description or the man vvas circu-
'lated. _ The description contained A
i -ucces-inn of -ibii. M'.-ounds, which
: rendered ii.-    jicipiimi    by I eh phone
.Parachute  vvas  ou^ht  hy    a    strong      ^  rull co;niTKC(1, a,  ,���  ,ni|lUkia��
:"'"rf,"t !;.m,,|b,0tt" al iCXU\C fPr^W wc are goin^  to have manv mi
across  thc 11, Id.  pudmg    its  helpless , Iions ];10re ai.rps        ,        , -
ipr.son.r  m .th   ,t.      At  the   same  i��-;Jiavc a ,:,it,n tllrU    ^J^
passing    along    a f ��� h0l�� .^rictiltnral       .i>P<vl
- country   vv ill   be chaniicil."
-taut   the   evclist,
ni
! nearby motor road, saw the office:
| plight. He swerved his machine into)
'the held, and r.iccd at lop speed'
i'sqi'iirrN into the middle of ihe be!-,'
���lied parachute. lhe ropes fouled I
jiho  machine  and   lhc   weight
latter   anchored   i lie   dercliet
fun!.
l.
1-
plow. 1
W) il.e
ot      '.hi
lt Is Wise to Prevent Disorder.-
Maiiy
of  the
C.IUS!
i,
lead lo disorders of the
mo\ einent.
tin -e
tho-.
net   darns
iix.mis  the
lire
I.t-t   louuei   th
ue!   foundation.
Bell Bottoms
Corrigan, __?. fadmiring son in U.S.
,\*. uniform) ��� Hut why do thev make
the pants so wide at lhe bottom, Danny?
Corrigan, Jr.���So they can bc
fimekly i oiled up. djd.
"Corrigan, Sr. (warmly)���Vt'rc no
son iv mine i\ \r.'re goin' to fight ~-\ I-I
yer fate! 'Tis \er jacket sleeves lhat
'-. ;r.'!it to be w ido ..: th' bottom!���
J'.f.ilalo   Lsprrrs.
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' soini thing  he   h?sn't  don;"
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j      llov ��� Ueil.'l      i.;.\ei:'i     .;.-.���,
I geou i try.
toniarl; and few arc free from them, j
,.,_lin!.t j At lhc lirst manifestation tliat the;
|=loin.ich and lirrr are not performing-'
,'their function-;, ,i course of Panne-.'
; lcc'.s Vegetable Pills should be tried,1
| and it v, ill lu found thai the ukes-
. ,] ;-,,; ' tive ^organs v-.ill sprt(ji)y resume-
j healthy action.    I..tva!ivc��  and  ?ci1r.- ���
inij,  ac-eiil  on   it-  'ont -011:1;  Vi.is  qucs-
��� tioned.    with   thc i< --tilt  tlvt the ioJ-]
. lowing    '-orrection    was   ore lit--l���i
'"J'li.i-j  i   ad '-mail'  :or  'all'" '
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HOW MRS. BOYD
AVOIDED AN
OPERATION
Canton, Ohio.���"I suffered from a
female trouble which caused ine much
suffering, and two
doctors decided
that I would have
to go through an
operation before I
could get well.
"My mother, who
had been helped by
Lydial!. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, advised ma
to try il before sub-
mi ttinnto an operation, lirciievedme
from my troubles
eo I csn do my house work without any
di-'Hculty. I advise aay -women vrho is
afilicted with femaie troubles to give
Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound a trial and it -will do as much for
ihem."��� Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 6tJj
St, N. E., Canton, Ohio.
Sometimes there are serious conditions where a hospital operation n tha
only alternative, but on the other hand
eo many women have been cured by this
famous" root and herb remedy, Lydia C-
Pintbam'9 Vegetable Compound, after
docror��? hare said that an operation-waa
cecessary ��� every -woman -who -wants
to avoid an opera'.wn should give it a
fr.ir trial before submitting io such a
tryir.g: crieal.
If c--r-.r_i:a.t3orii exhi, -writ* to Lydia
E. Pinkham Medirir.e f"-5.. Lyr.r.. V.ass..
for advice. The rc-stilt of i: cr.y r��?-��
��xp*rie��c�� U at your tor. ice.
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t' THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE LEDGE
i' ���": a year strictly in  advance,   or 52.50
-vh.L-n not paid for three months.    If not
paid for until the end of the year it is $3
It is always $2.50  a year to  the  United
States in advance.
R. T. LOWERY.
Editor and Financier-
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Co :\ and Oil  Notices     7 00
/Js. ray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears in notice, $5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line first insertiou, and 8 cents a line for
each subsequent1 insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Hits Y. M. C. A.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased
to have more money.
Does  a  man  become  a contortionist when he gets married?
Weak a gas mask after yoa eat
Limburger cheese, and save your
friends.
The majority of people in America want to have the ex-kaiser
hanged.
Owtxo to thc scarcity of paper,
some shoe soles are now being
made of leather or celluloid.
It is a mockery of justice to
hang a man for killing a man, and
permit Bloody Bill of Berlin to
run at large.
There never has been a Flu
epidemic in a tobacco factory.
However this is not written to
boost the consumption of the weed.
It was a liquor company in the
United Statas, that started the propaganda advising the public to use
whiskey in order to cure or prevent influenza.
Tjik time is ripe ior all kings
and state churches to walk the
plank. We must play no favorites in the future, if the world
wishes freedom.
The Spokane Review prints the
following:
Speaking of the various war
workers at the seat of war Private
Briggs said that he and all the
boys he came in contact with had
nothing but good words aud high
e3teem for the Red Cross, the
Knights of Columbus and the
Salvation army. Where I was in
France there were not many K.
of C. huts, but wherever they were
they made every boy, whatever his
religion or color might be, perfectly at home and gave everything freely.
"The Salvation Army has made
a great hit with tho boys. It is
the one organization iu evidence
right up to the front. The boys
know it has not beeu backed np
with big funds like other organizations and if they have a little
money are glad to give the trifle
necessary for pies, coffee or doughnuts. They are never obliged to
do so. The Salvation Army surely does its best for the boys aud is
a great comforter. The boys love
it and appreciate it.
"As to the Y. M. C. A., everything in the shape of tonacco,
candy or coffee in my experience
and that of the boys I came in contact with had to be paid for, and
well paid for. No two Y.M.C.A.
huts charged the same prices. I
saw no !pool tables in any Y. M.
C, A. bnilding in France. I once,
when hard up, asked for some
tobacco but could not get it without money.
''I never saw a Y. M. C. A.
man at the battle front like the
Salvation Army men and lassies.
The Y. M. C. A. was far from popular with the boys. It may be
different in the sections I did not
go to, but I never heard so. We
thought when our folks were subscribing to the Y. M. C. A. as
they did they might now and then
give when needed without it
being considered a charity."
Red Cross Dogs
A letter from a young Harvard
man in the American Ambulance
Service in France which is quoted
in the New York Sun, gives an interesting glimpse of the wonderful
cleverness of the war dogs.
Last evening, he writes, a couple
of fellows cams round to see us,
bringing with them two of the
famous Red Cross dogs. We were
anxious to see them work, and so
I ran off and hid in   some  bushes.
Lying down, I placed my cap
under me so that the dog could not
find it. They sent one of the dogs
out to find me. He finally discovered me; and as he was unable
to find mp cap, he put his nose in
my pocket and pulled out my
handkerchief, which he took back.
tV few minutes later he led his
owner to the place where I lay.
They told us that this dog saved
one hundred and fifty lives in one
day during the battle of the Marne.
���Youth's Companion.
Soldiers Respect Dog
Orr of the Great War there
must grow a new order of things,
and the world must be made eternally free from the autocracy of
state and church.
Those who know say that there
is a resemblance, in many cases,
between the Flu and mania potu.
There will be more if the government keeps on selling booze.
Capital punishment has been
resumed in Arizona. This will have
a deterrent effect upon the murder
���industry of that tough state, and
make gun play unfashionable.
"Sisqe the Yanks went to France
the natives: have.learned how to
chew gum, and eat apple pie and
hot cakes. They have also learned
the phrase ' 'greatest on earth."
Man fears death because he is
not accustomed to it. : Contempt
comes when you become familiar
���with anything. Die a few times,
and you will crave for it, like the
fool kid for cigarets.
Tbe removing of the ban upon
public places has brought an increased amount of death and sickness from the Flu ia hundreds of
places in America. In many
cases the plague is five times more
prevalent than it was when the
ban was on. The ban should be
kept on everywhere until the
scourge is entirely gone in America. The mad race for gold is' the
cause of removing the ban too soon
in nearly every place.
Not on tha Muster Roll
Daring the British  advance on
ii Jericho, says an American Medical
Journal, an enemy shell struck an
ancient tomb and revealed a skeleton.    .When the official:varchaepl-
: pgist Attached  to  the ��� Brifeish staff
������made their; investigation  the'-. evi-;
V-dencesee-med to vindicate that the
���skeleton was that :of ;;historical.figure- John of Antipch. : ' According-..
ly- feheyidlippatched a vjcable to the
war office in London:.;���   ���
:    "Have discovered! - ekcletoin  su p-"
posed to be that of; Johnf ot An-:
���; tioch." ;v" XxXXXii'iiiy'X^XXXxXXyiX
The war   office  replied:iX.'Can
not trace  John ; Ahtioch.: r Send
identification difik." i.XiXX.;xxiXXX
In its first drive an American
platoon, after advancing several
kilometers, came into possession of
a building which had been a German regimental headquarters.
Personal effects scattered about, a
half-cooked meal, maps and documents on tables and in racks told
of the precipitate departure pf the*
commander and his staff.
In the room which had been the
office of the commandant was a
dead dog. Attached to his collar
was a metal tube. In the tube
was a message calling for assistance
from a German machine gun nest,
which, at the time of reading, had
long since fallen into American
hands. The dog, trained as a message bearer, had been dispatched
with the call for help, had been
btruck by a shell fragment," as was
evidenced by a wound in his side,
and had struggled on to the headquarters only to find it abandoned.
He will be remembored and respected by the American platoon
as one servant of the kaiser who
nobly did his duty and died,-^-The
Stars and Stripes^
When the Elephant Squints
In his recently published "Forty
Years  in   Burma."   Dr.   John E
Marks tells eome humorous stories
of elephants:
The huge and highly trained
elephants at work all day "a-piling
teak" for shipment are a source of
unfailing interest. With their
tusks, trunks ^id feet they shift
huge baulks of timber according to
the will of the mahout, or driver,
who sits on the animal's neck and
directs its movements by means of
an iron hook which he holds in his
hands. Many curious stories are
told of the phenomenal intelligence
of these animals. Some of them
are said to x close one eye and
squint down the logs aa they lay
them, to see if; they ;are straight!
Others are said to '"object to work
on ^Sundays?,/.' and they, all ./'do am
tobla'Sas-punctually as^tbe British
workman assppn as the luncheon-
bel 1 is heard!;;;
Lifting the ban too son has increased the Flu in many cities and
towns.-
��� Several sawmills onVancouver
Island have recently >hut down,
pwiDg toa lack of arrbarket.
] In. one day last week, 54,000
|-people were discharged by three
'munition plants in Toronto.
Certainly
Some time ago a charming girl
came to town to spend a week with
a young woman friend. While
there she was induced to take part
in a war charity bazaar, and was
given charge of the confectionery
stall. Eventually a middle-aged
man was led that way.
' "They tell me I must buy some
chocolates," smiled the victim,
picking up a box from the stall.
"How much is this? '
"Five dollars," answered the
girl, without any evidence of conscientious pangs.
"Um," thoughtfully returned
the victim, glancing from the
chocolates to the girl,^"aren't you
a little dear?"
"Well," coyly rejoined the other,
"that's what all the boys say."
Hard To Do
A stranger arrived In town one
day and gazed aronnd uncertainly.
Presently he spotted a man who
appeared to be a native.
''Excuse me, sir," he said, "but
are you a resident of this town?"
"I am," rejoined the other.
"What can I do for you?"
"I^am seeking a criminal lawyer," replied the stranger. "I
wonder if you can direct me to
one?"
"I believe I can," answered the
native, ' 'but, mind you, we've
never actually proved it against
him."���Tit-Bits.
RMcKEE
GREENWOOD
COAL AND WOOD
AGENT FOR
LETHBRIDGE COAL
MINERAL ACT
(form f>
Certificate of ImDrovement9.
NOTICE
^'Toaey Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in^
the   Greenwood   Mining- Divisiou of Yale
District.	
Where located:   Iu Deadwood Camp.
TAKE NOTICE, that. I, Isaac H. Halleu,
as Agent for James Henry Goodeve, Free
Miner's Certificate >fo. 69575U,.intend, 60 days
from the date hereof j to apply to the Milling
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpobe of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Section 85,   must   be  commenced  before   the
issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 21st day of November A. D. 1918.
I. H. HALLETT:
im/mi
Bo*""-"
Uartve
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ctoo
Office.
FILL   /A    THIS
CQVPOS:* Vi>  vAlLIT TODAY '
'W
__ "Hit fbipibtxl &l)ipptr. isareliableandaccurateMarket
Keport'and price list. Issued at every change in the Fur Market.
_- " It iaBomething more than merijy "something to read." It is theadvis-
or friend and Bien post to the right road to reliable nwrket information
and accurate market quotations. "Oil}* Bl|til|rrt ��Htson" is received by
hundreds of thousands of trappers and Fur shippers all over North
America. Never was a serious misstatements of facta published in
"(Jh* effubrrt Wjiptw" and thiB character of accuracy and reliability
has demonstrated that such information is absolutely essential to the
successful trapper and Fur shipper. You Bhould read Bn* Wljanrri
Slttpjirr"���we want your name on our mailing list.
Fill in the Above Coupon NOW���and Mail it���AT ONCE
">\ M-17 W.AUSTIN   AVE.       - CHICAGO.
���r'tiiiVif" "in'" i" HiuwMMir"***"****"
U.S.A.
Mr. Grey's Household Hints
Never throw away banana skins.
Nail them to the soles of the children's shoes and let them slide on
the sidewalk.
Pack the garden tools in cedar
shavings in the fall and the moths
will not get into them.
Wall paper should be removed
from the walls and ceilings before
beiDg washed.
A. great deal of money cau be
saved by using second hand coal in
the furnace and grates.
Red ants do not chew tobacco.
A Grand Spectacle
A Minneapolis laundress, a
negro woman, patriotic supporter
of the Red Cross, was among the
thousands who witnessed a recent
Red Cross parade in the mill city
ir. which fifteen thousand white-
clad women participated. In telling a Red Cross worker how she
liked it she said:
"L-uly, missus, it 6uttenly was
a grand spectacle. Nevah in mah
whole life did I see so much washing at one time."���Argonaut.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
Autos For Mire.   The Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
AppltiB 15427F and
15428F
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
Re Lot 2647 and Part of Lots 424, 425 and
637. Group 1. Similkameen (Formerly Osoyoos)
Division Yale District
NOTICE is hereby given that I shall at the
expiration of one month from the date of the
first publication hereof issue a Certificate of
Indefeasable Title to the above mentioned
lands in thc name of Midway Ranch Limited
unless in the meantime valid objection is made
to mc in writing. The holder of the following
documents relatinir to said lands.namely:
Deed, dated 28th February, 1899, John Sullivan to.William Powers of part -2 acres of
' :...  Lot 424, Group.l, Osoyoos Division.:
:   Grant from the Crown, dated 25lh  March,
:. -189S,   to: Frank Henry Black   of Lot 637,
x ijroup 1, Osoyoos Division, Yale District,   ���:
-'Deed, dated Ifi of May, 1898, Frank H. Black
-'    to William Powers  of 5 acres of Lot637,
���    .Group 1, Osoyoos Division, Yal�� District. ..'.,'.
"���-'."Deed   dated: Mth Novemtser, 1900,  William
-Powers to Bernard Leqnime.of one half .in'-.
������-.   terest in part 2 acres of - Lot 424 and 5 acres
Xy. of Lot 637, Osoyoos; Division, Yale District.
Release "of Mortgage,  Mdrtjraze dated lith
i'iNovember, 1900, William   Powers to Dora
Leqaimeof one-half interest in two acres of
Lot 424 and'5 acres of Lot 637.  Release date
3rd day of April, 1908..
Mortsraue dated   30th   July,  1902, .William
.��� Powers to ibe Bank of Montreal of 2 acres
- of Lot 424 and S acres of Lot 637 and -Release
-..��� of said Mortgage. 'iyXX. Xi,':X
.   Grant from  the Crown dated117th March,
.1903, to William' Powers of Lot 2647,; Gronp
7 1 .Osoyoos Division Yale District,    .
Deed flitted 21st April;' 1903, William Powers
to L'nla Powers: of Lot 2647. Gronp.l, Osoyoos DivisioarYale District.r:
Is re<|tiiradio deliver the same tome forthwith.
DATED at tbe Land Registry Office. Kamloops, B. C.,:thi3 12th day. of November, 1918.
C. H. DUNBARi-
District Registrar.
Nov��iu'l)cr.'2l��t, 1918,-.....-;,;���' -'.
British Columbia has been
here a long time so has
the B.-C Cigar. Absolutely Guaranteed. Clear
Havana Filled, The Cigar
that never varies,    .    .    ��
Have you tried one lately **
WILBERG&WOLTZ
B. C. CIGAR FACTORY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Palace   Livery  And  Stage
GREENW000D. B.C
W.   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
Monuments.
KOOTENAY  GRANITE   and
MONUMENTAL CO.. LTD.
Front St. Next to City Hall, NELSON
P. 0. BOX 865
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Estimates   Given   on all Kinds   of
Granite and Marble Work
RxL. DOUGLAS
ROOM 13, K. W. O. BLOCK
NELSON. B.C.
Optometrist and Graduate Optician, certified by Provincial Board of Examiners.
CbcCcntralBotcl
X     PHOENIX    ;
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
...'���_ fine rooms and lusty tnealo.
A. O. JOHNSON    .y     PROP.
Notice To Delinauent Co-Owners
To W. D. Morton and T.-B. Turner, or
to auy person or persons to whom thcy
may "have transferred their interests in
the Gray Rock, Lucky Jim, Little Giant,
Black Bear, Bulger and Tip Top mineral
claims, situated along the Kettle Valley
Railway, in Arlington Canip, Greenwood
Mining Division.
You are hereby notified that I have, expended the sum of Six Hundred Dollars,
($600;), for labor.and improvements upon
the above mentioned mineral claims in
order to hold said mineral claims under
the provisions of the Mineral Act,-and if
within'ninety days alter the date of this
notice "you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion df such expenditure, together with all cost of advertising, your
interest in such claims will become the
property of��the subscriber under section
four af an act entitled, "An Act to Amend
the Mineral Act, 1.900."
J. A. BRADLEY,
Beaverdell, B.C.
Datedthis 24th day of October, 1918.     I
_, 8YNOP3I3 OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENT"
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed
lands only.
Records will bo granted covering only
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, witli
Joint residence, but each making necessary improvements on respective claims.
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five 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 iu occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, lie may, because
of ill-health or other cause, be granted
intermediate certificate of improvement
and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence,
may be issued provided applicant makes
Improvements to extent of $300 per annum and records same each year. Failure to make improvements or record
same will operate as forfeiture. Titlif
cannot be obtained on these claims in
less than 5 years, with improvements of
$10 per acre, including 5 acres cleared
and cultivated, and residence of at
least 2 years.
Pre-emptor holding Crown Grant may
record  another pre-emption,   if  he  re-
?iulres land. In conjunction with his
arm. without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made and
residence maintained on Crown granted
land.
Unsurveycd areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homcsltes;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and industrial purposes,
areas exceeding 010 acres may be leased
by one person or company.
PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.
^he scope of this Act is enlarged to
Include all persons joining and serving
with His Majesty's Forces. The time
within.which tho heirs or devisees of a
deceased pre-emptor may apply for
titlo under this Act- Is extended from
one year from the death of such person,
as formerly, until one year ��� after tho
conclusion of tho present war. This
privilege Is also mado retroactl ve.
TOWNSITE PROPERTY ALLOTMENT
ACT..
Provision Is made for the grant to
persons holding uncompleted Agreements to Purchase from tho Crown of
such proportion of tho land, if divisible,
as the payments already made will
cover in.proportion to tho sale price of
the whole parcel. Two or more persons
holding such Agreements may . group
their interests and apply for a proportionate allotment Jointly. If It is not
considered advisable to divide tho land
covered by.an application for a proportionate allotment, an allotment of land
of equal value selected from available
Crown lands In tho : locality may be
made. These allotments are conditional
upon payment of all taxes duo the
Crown or to any municipality. The
rights of persons -to whom the purchaser from the Crown has agreed to
Bell are also protected. The decision of
the Minister of Lands in respect to the
adjustment of a proportionate allotment
is final. The time for making application for these allotments Is limited to
the 1st day of May, 1919. Any applanation made after this date will not be
considered. These allotments apply to
town lots arid lar��ds of the CrowM-sbld
atpubllc auction ,   r
For information apply to any Provin
ciat Government Agent or to
G. R. NADEN,
Deputy Minister of Lands,
Victoria, B. C.
Peace Is Here
Everybody will want to celebrate and unless
you have the Flu you can't do it in the old fashioned
way. But we can all celebrate with a good
Christmas and anticipating this we will have a ship/
ment arrive in a few days ot Everything thats good
all the trimmings for a good old Xmas feed.
If an increase in Business of more than Double
is a sign of Square Deals and reasonable prices we
are all there.   Come over and see for yourself.
The Myncaster Mercantile Company
Hotel Building
Myncaster, B.C.
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sultatioii of the directory.   . -���-.xXXXi _;.::������>
irihe name, isnpV listed, ask  ''Ii^
ways willing.to help you../ .    .-'".
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P. BtfRNS & CO.
CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NO. 113
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish 1
and Poultry.    Shops in nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.
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in every respect,
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CENTRALLY LOCATED
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* Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone in
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ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS.
CUISINE AND SERVICE THE BEST
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
15   SAMPLE ROOMS
Steam Heated;  Electric lighted.
RATES $1.00 per day and up; European Plan.
B us Meets all Trains and Boats.
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$1.00. Goid-SilTer (duplicate assay)
$1^50. Silver-I^ad $1.50 Silver-Lead-
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