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VOL. T7 No.; 2«5
SlSLSON, B. 0., SpURnAY'MQIiNlN|, FEBRUARY 15, 1919
50o PER MONT*
League of
FRENCH HOLD MAN WHO 18 BELIEVED MAflBr4U
TO HAVE.PLAYED  ROLE  IN CAVELL TRAGEDY
PARIS, Feb.-14.—French military authorities now hold, on a chargo of
dealing with tho enemy a man named Kreln, who is alleged to have played
4i leading role In the tragedy In whlc h Miss Edith Cavell lost her life.
< A report made on Kreln for Judge Advocate Grebault states that the
man was in jail at St. Quentin at the b eginnlng of the war. He Was released
by the Germans and went to the man slon of Prince and Princess Croy, in
Belgium, where he denounced the prince and princess as having aided
French prisoners of war to escape. Asa result tho princess was condemned
to-to years' imprisonment nt hurd labor. I       -.  \\
. Kreln Is said lo havo-gono to Brussels, whore he went into MIbb Cavell's
hospital service and helped to "work up" the case against her.
TO ACT AS HE SEES FIT
* ,*♦♦♦ * * * * £♦ » * w*+$2 »
■+ SIBERIAN  FORCE TO *
* i RETURN  IN, SPRING *
*   *
(By Dally News Leased V^ire.) *
WINNIPEG, Feh. l-L—Tlio On- *
nndiari Siberian' expeditionary *
force is .coming home Jn the *
spring, according to an Ottawa *
dispatch to-tho Free Press from *
Its  Ottawa  correspondent.    This *
* decision has been definitely *
+ reached by the government hero *
+ with the approval o£ the imperial *
+ authorities who toot tlie bill of +
+ tho expedition, the dispatch adds, +
*" The expedition, which comprises *
* 4,000 men, was arranged for when +
* It -seemed   that   the   Bolshevlki *
* might* extend their jurisdiction to *
* the'Pacific and lay hands on nil *
* stqpks and supplies, mostly of ul- *
+ Hod   manufacture,   piled   up   at *
* Vladivostok. ' *
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Major Stanley Coristine, Former* Secretary, Assumes the Place on Board
of   Ponsion   Commissioners.
(By Daily Nows Leased Wire,)
OTTAWA, Feb. 14.—Major Todd, of
the board of ponsion commissioners,
lias resigned and his resignation has
been accepted by the government. The
y.-Cunoy created has been filled by the
appointment of Major Stanley Coristine, who has been acting as secretary of. tho board. The resignation of
Major Todd hus resulted from a disagreement with tho government as to
methods of administration of pensions.
By an order-in-council, passed In December last, it was provided that each
pension award should bo signed by at
least one of the commissioners. This
was Hn pursuance of a recommendation of the committee of'parliament
which at the last session of tbo house
had the matter of pensions under consideration.
Major Todd was of the opinion that
it was Impossible for a commissioner
Ao personally verify each ponsion award
and that signatures In accordance with
the requirements of the order-in-council would omploy more time required
for more important matters. For these
reasons, ho felt, he could not carry out
the terms of the order In this regard.
Tho government took the view that observance Of the provision in question
was essential to the efficiency and
proper administration of the pensions
regulations.
ON POLES HALTED
Political   Distentions   Among   Troops
Results in Election of New
:■■        Military   Chiefs
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
BERLIN, Fob. 14.—The German offensive against tho Poles has come
to a ha|t us the result of political
dissentions among the troops, according to a despatch to the Tageblatt
from Bromberg. The soldiers' council refused to recognize an order recently tissued by the miniater" of war.
Tho troops, on the other hand, accepted
It and elected new military chiefs.
The military operation then ceased
nnd in spite of the fact that the Germans bad established a favorable position against tho Poles, who ' proceeded > to advance with numerically
superior forces. j
A' -Company of Oerman soldiers refused to return to Bromberg in tbo
face of warnings and, the despatch
adds, were attacked on three sides
by hoavy Polish forces. The company
was almost entirely wiped out.
Tho despatch to the Tageblatt says
that tho German forces aro now reorganizing for ariothor offensive. Tho
despatch says that Poles, in decupled
territory ore compelling German families to send telegrams to male members asking them to return home at
once; ,It iBnadded that when tho men
return.they aro forced into the Polish
army under threats of Internment.     {
'LONDON, Fob. 14.—(British Wireless)—With refereneo to the terms of
the armistice to be presented to Germnny, the peace conferenco correspondent "of tho Dully-Mail says that
when these terms ure ready the allies
will give notice to Germany, not in a
threatening sense, but in order to provide for the presentation of new con
dltions.
"With reference to the renewal of
Monday," tho correspondent states, "it
is understood that Marshal Foch has
been given definite verbal instructions
by the supremo war council to deal on
his own authority with any situation
created by the Germany, which de
mands instant action. He will require
a strict observance of the demand already made for the evacuation of German Poland by all German troops,
thus removing the menace to Poland
Hlndenburg Moves.
"This form is part of a general undertaking by the Germans not to take
aggressive action against the Poles,
but their recent behavior has been just
Xho OPQgSjtc. apd Fi-ald Marshal von
Hliiilenburg has moved Ills headquarters to Kolberg, In Fomernnia.
"With the general line of tho terms
to be embodied in the subsequent renewal of tho armistice, Marshal FolIi
is completely satisfied. The draCtin,
of them Is left opon to a commission
of eight set lip last Monday, which is
undor the general direction of tbo
marshal. The drafting will proceed
on Foch's return from Teves and it is
anticipated will be completed at the
end of next week. ll will bo ratified
by the wur council. The terms will
limit the size of the German army and
tho amount of military stores which
may bo maintained and they will pre
scribe where tho army corps are to be
stationed.
Commission Considers.
"Tho economic commission, tin
British members of which arc Lord
Robert Cecil and Sir John Beale, is
meantime considering a clause to bo
Inserted in tho armistice terms, safeguarding the allied indemnity and pre
venting tho exportation, and conso
quent disappearance of German gold
and other assets.
TRA L PRESENTS
NEEDS TO GREEN
At  Meeting  Federal  Building Costing
Not Less Than $160,000 It Asked
For—Roads Question.
TRAIL, B. C, Feb. 14.—R. F. Green,
M, P., wus met in Trail today by a reception committee headed by Mayor
Morin and Noble .Btnns, president of
tho board uf trade. Tho others on the
commltteo were T. A. Robloy, L. S,
Tyson, W. B. Wilcox, James" A. McKlnnon, W. G. Tornun. 13. W. Hu/.le-
wood, Harry Wright und Walter Oddy.
At a meeting in the Great War Veterans' headquarters, Mr. BInns put beforo tbe West Kootenay member the
question of Trail's need of a federul
building, lu which could be established
thu post office, hit omul revenue and
customs, offices, and if there was room,
quarters for a detachment of Royal
Northwest Mounted police. It wus
pointed out that the population of Trull
had doubled since an appropriation of
$20,00 for the erection of a building
had been made by the government.
This building had not been erected, us
a suitable site bad not been decided
upon.
J. A. McKlnnon said that Trail had
a great future because of its prominent industry nnd it was the conviction of tho board that tho proposed
building and site should not cost less
than $1[>0,000.
Tho appointment by the government
of an unprejudiced purchaser was
asked,
Mr. Green told tho board that he
would do all he could to obtain a suitable building.
Another request brought before Mr.
Green was that mall from Spokane
and tho coast should be routed via
Columbia Gardens on the Great Northern railway, Mr. Green said that ho
would givo the matter his attention.
He also said that he would do what
he could to abtaln the 23 miles of road
between Paulson'and Rosslnnd which
was required to connect the Kootonay
and the Boundary country. I
FIRST WORLD CONSTITUTION It? MADE PUBLIC WHEN PRESIDENT
WILSON READS DRAFT OF THE LEAGUE BEFORE GENERAL
PEACE CONFERENCE—NO PRO VISIONS ARE MADE FOR INTERNA-
TIONAL POLICE FORCE BUT P RECAUTiONARY   MEASURES   ARE
TAKEN—BREAKING AWAY ME AN8   THE   DECLARING   OF   WAR
AGAINST.ALL OTHER MEMBERS. .
PARIS, Feb. 14.—Tho first'' world
constitution was made public this afternoon when President Wilson road
the draft of the league of nations organizations before the general peace
conference.
Whllo not containing provisions for
any sort of international police force,
the constitution Includes stringent
measures designed to prevent future
wars.
What probably, are the most Impor
tant passages of the entire covennnt
are contained in Article 16, which directs that if, after the lcaguo ot nn
lions has passed .upon a dispute and
awarded a verdict, the non-suited nation seeks to enforce its claims by the
sword, it shall ipso facto have declared war against all tho other nations in
the league and these will cense all dip
lomatlc, commercial and personal relations with the nation which has committed thi.net of war and its people.
It also shall becomo the duty of the
executive council forthwith to recommend what effective military or.naval
force the other members of the. league
shall contribute to the armed forces' to
bo employed to protect the covenants
of the league. All the provisions
ngainst a. covenant-breaking nation
also apply to a nation going to war
without first laying its case before the
executive council of the league.
Use of force, however, will leave to
each power freedom of action under its
constitution to make the necessary dec
laration of war. ' .
Vote on Policing,
Tho international police force, or
general staff, was urged by the French
and put to a vote yesterduy. After a
stirring speech by Senator Bourgeois,
It was overwhelmingly defeated. Only
the French and Czecho-Slovaks voted
favoring it.
With this feature eliminated, the
constitution was adopted unanimously
The constitution includes a,;V>renm-
bld and 27 articles, having been Increased from the original 22 articles
during yesterday's session.
Tho last articles are devoted purely
to parliamentary matters. Tlte others
cover organization of tho league.
Congratulations on securing adoption
of tho league's constitution poured Into headquarters beforo this afternoon's
plenary session.
Members of the league constitution
declared it was the "golden day of
history."
They declared that, despite contrary
rumors, the Fronch aro solidly behind
tho constitution.
After reading tho draft at the plen
ary  soslson of tho peace conferenco
this afternoon, President Wilson was
to  speak on what had been  accomplished by tlio conference.   He was to
be followed by Premier Orlando, Premier Clemenceau and othr leading fig
ures of the conference.
The conference will not be asked
for the present to adopt the covenant,
which will remain open for further
consideration.
President Wilson was not present
when tbo final result was reached late
in the day. It was under Lord Robert
Ceoil's guidance that the final session
achieved the completion of Its lask nt
6:30 o'clock Thursday night.
Skillfully Launched.    '   t
PABIS, Fel). 14.—Now that tho project of the creation of a league of nu
tlons, which was the principal object
of the gathering of the representatives
of most of the states of   the   world,
which are .not in arms against tho entente has been skillfully launched, it
may be proper to tell of somo of the
difficulties encountered and to    Indi
cate the status of some of the great is
sues, remaining to be discussed by the
peace conference.
Some Were Skeptical.
While there was unanimity as to tbe
desirability, of a league of nations, it
soon developed that some of the delegates, skeptical of its immediate efficiency, desired to maintain the old order of .balance of power and protected
frontiers until the new system had
demonstrated its capacity to meut the
needs of peace loving nations'. Patient
endeavor and many long sessions of
tho supreme council itself und afterwards of the special commission created to deal with the subject were necea-
sary to establish to the satisfaction of
these threatened dissenlors, the impossibility of continuing tbe old order
whllo Installing the new.
In fact, It was only within the last
week that the difficulties facing tho
league of nations were overcome, although with some misgivings, it is
true. Tho doubting nations wero induced to try the experiment of relying
upon tho honor and common Interest
of nations to insure tho success of the
project. Then there was the difference
over the question of mandatories for
backward peoples. Rather heated arguments developed at times ,but tbeso
were also adjusted with unanimity in
tho ond.
Various big issues presented themselves, some of which were skilfully diverted to commissions which aro to report afterwards to tho league of nations, while others were rather suddenly disapproved In the lights of developments of the plan for the league
of nations.
Freedom of Spas,
Of such was tho vexed question.of
freedom of the seas, which jeopardis
ed the support of Great Britain. It
was recognized that witli a perfect
leaguo of nations, there would be no
neutrals and that consequently no
questions could arise us io tin.1 freedom of tbe seas in time of war, while
in time of peace equitable relations
between nations were guaranteed liy
special provisions of tbo covimarit.
Finally, after these discussions were
over, it is suld, no hurd feelings re
mairied. There was absolute unanimity so' far as tbo special ccnimslslOn
was concerned; thut those r.ution;
whicli ut first had doubted tiie efficiency of this project came our of the
discussions In an attitude of its firmest advocates.
Looking'to   the   future   the   special
commission attaches muoh importance
to the provision made for tho admis
sion to tho league of neutrals or late
enemy states.
The latter aro known to be anxious
to adhere but tho i-cmmls-sinn has tik*
en every precaution to make sure that
they enter with proper motives and nro
prepared to live up to the obligations
of tho league. Point was mado that
such adhesion should be ont'ouraged
us it was highly desirable, having ut
heart, the interest of the whole world,
that the industries of late enemy
states and neutral countries which
suffered from tho blockade be set in
motion nt the earliest posslblo momtcn,
This decision was not based upon
sympathy for Germany biit upon the
absolute conviction that the safety of
continental Europe, and perhaps of the
wholo world, depended upon turning
tho German population into ways of
Industry, so that it might be able to
produce goods to pay off the enor
mous Indemnities to be imposed upon
it. It was the conviction that other
wise, Germany might soon drift Into
tho condition of Russia and that then*,
would im no responsible government
with which the treaty of peace could
bo concluded. In that case it would
be necessary for the peace conference
to continue indefinitely in existence,
awaiting the social and economic' reorganization that night follow an era of
Bolshevism, lasting perhaps for years.
Russia itself wus regarded by the
delegates us the greatest problem yet
to bo settled although tho hope was
expressed that the Prihkipoo conference would be realized and that something like .peaceful relations restored
between the various factions. It was
regarded ns necessary at the outset to
convince tho Bolshevist element that
the peaco confcrenco had not desire
to force upon them settlement bf debts
and other such matters as conditions
of a successful conference.
Much work remains for the various
commissions before the return to Paris
of President Wilson, Premier Lloyd-
George, and Premier Orlando of Italy,
but the material gathered by them is
expected to facilitate greatly the work
of closing days of the conference.
In conclusion it may be said that
the special commission did not undertake tb select a permanent homo for
the league of nations.
PETER WRIGHT,
Representing the British Seamen's and
Firemen's Union, Who Will Address
a Mass Meeting in the Opera House
Tonight.
CANNOT HELP
WAR
Oliver Says Province Has No Money to
Spend in Projects to Provide
Employment.
(By Daily Nows i_cased Wire.)
VICTORIA. H] C, Fob. 34;—The do
bate tin tbe address was brought to un
end    In the legislature today by Pre
mfcr Oliver, who in a two und a half
hour speech made a vigorous defense
bf the government's policy, especially
In regard to repatriation.   He ompha-
si/od the attitude of his party as be
ing persuaded that the problems of re
construction should be solved by the
federnl authorities, who had summon
od the soldiers to the colors and should
now provide for their reinstatement in
civilian life.   British Columbia, he said,
had not the money to engage in great
pojects to provide employment though
the province was willing to do what
lay in its power to promote Industrial
development.
The premier believed that the pro
vlnciul land policy would prove satis
factory as supplementary to what the
federal   government   was   doing.    Ho
also   spoke   in   favor  of   the  housing
legislation.    In regnrd to the plea bf
municipalities for Increased sources of
revenue, he pointed out  the government needed all tbe revenue It was tie-
quiring and he could not see his way
to   meet   the   request.    Much   of   thu
time of his address was confined to an
attack  on  tho  old Conservative gov
ernment, which he blnmed for tho re
treiichment policy  which the' present
administration was following.   **
WANTS TO BE
'     A
South Africa Decides to Send a Dele
gation to Peace Conference
on Question,
FIERCE FIRE
Resin  and  Turp  Feeds   Blaze  Which
Burns Chemical Plant and Three
City   Blocks.
(By Dully News Leased Wire.)
SAVANNAH, Go,, Fob. 14.—Fed by
largo- quantities of resin nnd turpentine, fire lato toduy destroyed the plant
of the Southern Fertilizer and Chemi
car company and burned a swath three
city blocks tong and about 200 feet
wide through the terminals of the Sea
Board Air Line railway on Hutchln
son Island, with a loss estimated ln
tbo millions of dollars..
Cotton, naval stores, sugar, lumber
and ntlrate of soda added to the intensity of the flames, which were gotten
undor control after five hours, of fighting
Railroad officials , were unable tonight to ostimate the loss to the terminals and materials stored there. The
nitrate of soda burned'was valued at
$1,500,000. Tho terminal is located
across the Savannah river from tho
business section of the city.
10 KILLED AT BRESLAU;
SOLDIER8 AND.STRIKERS FIGHT
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
COPENHAGEN. Feb. 14.—There hus
been violent fighting at Bresluu, where
tho soldiers have been attempting to
release imprisoned Spartacans. Ten
persons have been killed.
BILLIARD MATCH.
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Fob. 14.—Champion Angle Kieckhefer, and Alfred Do Oro
played a tie, fifty to fifty, in sixty innings tonight. In the second block of
thclr three cushion billiard match for
the title. ...'..
CAPETOWN, Soutli Africa, Feb,
14.—(Renter's)—Tho decision of the
Nationalist party to send a deputation
to Europo to interview President Wll
soh with a view to getting South Af
rica declared a republic by the peace
conference aroused an interesting do-
bate in the assembly. Sir Thomas
Smartt, leader of tho opposition, moved
that the couso condomn the agitation
now being carried on for tho dissolution of tlio union und the severance of
tho connection now existing between
South Africa and Great Britain. He
further expressed tho opinion that such
agitation if persisted in would lead to
civil war and bloodshed in South At
rica.
Sir Thomas asked where the liberties
of South Africa would be today hut
for tho British navy, und reminded tho
house that Jan Hofmeyer, tho well
known Dutch leader, himself, went to
England and gavo the passage of the
Soutli African act of union bis blessing. These Nationalist leaders, be
said, had previously protested against
outsiders' interfering with tne. internal
affairs of South Africa. Tbeso peoplo
who wore trying to break up the union
were one section of the people in South
Afritr
Sir Thomas said such section wns
not only up ngainst the people of South
Africa, but against tho peoples of tho
empire. The danger of civil war and
bloodshed wus uppalllng If this protest
were not mado and the assistance of
sister dominions invoked. Were not
Australia, New Zealand and India interested in the tremendous strategic
importanco of South Africa in the
southern seas?
Acting Premier Malan moved an
amendment,, "that the house, while
welcoming all constitutional development which would mako the union in
the fullest sense a self-governing dominion, emphatically condemns the
present agitation for the disruption of
the union and the severance of the
connection between South Africa and
Great Britain and also repudiates all
attempts to invoke interferences from
any outside powers. ■
General Hertzog, the Nationalist
leader, urged that no attempt was being made to break the union, but Immediately aftor claiming separate liberty for the Orange Fret. State and the
dropping of the British connection.
Ho declares'that the recent freedom
was a fraud     •-■ ■  •
Representative Duncan claimed thar
it was impossible to give back,freedom
.to the Orange Freo State art demanded.
No more fitting restitution could have
been made than the act of freedom.
(By Rally News Lensed Wire.)
BESEL, Feb. 14.—In addressing the
national assembly at Weimar yesterday Philip Scheidmann, tbo chancellor, declared that the first essential of
tho government's policy was maintenance of unity in tho nation by means
of a strong central authority. The Immediate restoration of peace came next,
which should bo secured by adherence
to the program of President Wilson
and the rejection of a pence by violence. Tbo program, he said, called
for the restoration of the Germun colonies and the admission of Germany to
the league of nations, wilh equal
rights.
Economic Program.
After reference to other points in
tbe program :is it relates to foreign affairs, the chancellor outlined the democratic and economic ideas of tlie government. There would be a considerable reduction of tbo period of service
In the new army to be created and tho
troops now in barucks, including tho
18!>9 cln*.s, would be demobilised.
Many reforms were planned. The
chancel lor explained, including better
sanitation and housing, projective measures for tbe young, tho regulation of
supply und demand in labor and the
development of agriculture. War
profits would be confiscated to carry
out these reforms, while tbe tux on Incomes would be doubled uml a tax on
largo fortunes would be levied for the.
MINE SINKS  SHIP.
STOCKHOLM, Feb. 14.—The
steamer Stephanie of Baden, Prussia, was sunk when she struck a
mine off the German Baltic coast,
the whole crew of 15 being lost.
COLOGNE DEATH RATE.
PARIS, Feb. 14.—(Haves)—Cardinal Hartmann of Cologne has
addressed a report to the pope in
which he says that owing ta the
difficulty of obtaining foodstuffs,
the death rate in Cologne hatr risen
50 per cent.
WILSON LEAVES TODAY.
BELFAST, Feb. 14.—(By the
Asociated Press) — Arrangements
were completed this afternoon for
the departure of President Wilson tomorrow. The steamer George
Washington moved into the outer
harbor this afternoon and all on
board were waiting the arrival of
the president.
STRIKE GOES ON
BELFAST, Feb. 14.—Tho workers today by ballot rejected the
proposal of the employers by more
than 2000 majority.
DISMISS   OFFICER
LONDON, Feb. 14.—(Canadian
Associated Press.)—Lieut. A. G.
McGis of the machine gun section
has been dismissed from the ser-
STEAMER ARRIVALS.     .
(Uy Daily Nows Leased Wire.)
Charleston   (Cruiser   transport)    ut
New  Vork from   Brest.
TEACHERS' SALARY QUESTION
UP AGAIN AT VICTORIA
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
VICTOBIA, B, C„ Feb. 14.—Following report of n legal opinion which
states that tho' board of school trustees has not the power to delegate its
authority in the matter of salaries to
taecbors to uny arbitrator or board of
arbitration tlio salary Issue in Victoria
again hus become a contentious (pies
tion. Upon learning ttyht, according
to legal advice, tbo minister of education could not uet us urbltrutor because
ot a clause in tho school act, tho trustees at a meeting today offered the
teachers un increase of tbe per cent for
six months of tbe year, The teachers'
claim was for 10 per cent. The teachers will reach a decision on their
course at a meeting tomorrow.
purposo of scaling down  the national
debt.
"Tho era of world    domination    is
over,"  said the    chancellor,    at    one
point in lis speech, "nndno power can,
wthout hindrance, risk the vlolntlon of   *
political rights to all."
Urging the maintenance of the Wilson program the chnneellor said that
If tho program were followed, Germany would bo the fatherland of'all
who desired to be Germans and tluit
they would bo free Germans. Ger- ."
many trampled under foot, however,
would be a.s dangerous tu all the peoples of tho world us the pan-Germans
bud beon.
Regarding the co-operation of tho
nations us a whole with the individual
states, the ehuncellor declared himself
in favor of the principles of "unity and
liberty."
Some Heckle.
* The Independent Socialists from
time to time interrupted the speaker
wllh sarcastic.remarks or laughed derisively, but tiie remainder of tho
bouse wns in no temper to listen to
these interruptions.
Hcrr Scbeidmann sharply attacked
tho advocates of a minority dictatorship, upon whom he luld all blame .for
all tbe bloodshed in tbe curlier days of
the German revolution. The. Independents, who entered the cabinet, said
Scholdmann, "cursed wltb Inherited
sin against tbe spirit of democracy."
GOODS BY PARCEL POST FREE
TO   UNITED   KINGDOM
i (By Daily News Leased Wire.)..
OTTAWA, Feb. 14.—The Canadian
trade mission is informed by cablegram -from the Canadian mission in
London that any goods imported into
tin- United Kingdom through the parcel post, even within uny prohiblt'or.v
cluss, would be admitted without license ir eust-.ms officers ure satisfied
that thn goods aro lion afide 6om-
mercial samples or are presents to ud-
dressees. Otherwise they are to le
treated us prohibited Imports.
CONSTITUTION DRAWN UP
AT WOMEN'S MEETING
(By Daily News loused Wire.)
WINNIPEG, Feb. 14.—The constitution which was drawn up by a special
committee appolntod liy the Dominion
Women's institutes was presented and
passed at tonight's session of the conference. The name of the new organization ts to be the Federation of
Women's Institutes of Canada, und includes tbo women's institutes of Canada, tlie home makers' clubs of Saskatchewan, tbo home economic Socle-
ties of Manitoba, and tbe home makers clubs and Circles de Kernieres of
Quebec.
As set foi' in the constitution, the object of this foderation.-ts to bring intc.-
communition and coordination the various provincial women's institutes and
like organizations throughout the Dominion with the object of promoting
education nnd mornl, social Mid civic
measures; to be a clearing hf.uso for
institutional activities and i formation
and to outline and eneournge nationwide campaigns in tho Interests of tlu*
Whole people, includulng h.-nie making,
child wolfn.ro, education-.! nv>\ other
community efforts.
It was recommcndoii oy Ihe committee on constitutional by-laws that
Ihe following resolution be submitted
to ihe resolutions committee:
l. That the federal government be
requested to provide n laboratory for
Investigation, experiment and re*
sen rob in household m-U'iods. equipment, etc.
WREATHS FROM  NELSON
AT MELROSE FUNERAL
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
VANCOUVER, B. ' C., Feb, 14.—
The body of Thomas Melrose, a prominent railroad man and a well known
old resident of Kootenay, who was accidentally killed last Saturday while
on duty near Tadanac, was brought
here and the funeral held today. Many
railroad men as well as relatives followed tbe body to its last resting
place. Somo particularly beautiful
floral tributes were noticeable ut the
funeral, which was under the joint auspices of the Brotherhood of Railway
Tralnment and the Order of Railway
Conductors. The Nelson trainmen
sent a large "broken wheel" and tbo
Nelson conductors a wreath, besides
which there wero a number of tributes
from friends of tlio deceased in other
pnrts of tbe province.
-. —m-	
CALGARY. Feb. 14.—One round with
Mulhnll lending all the way and a second round which consisted of a right;
and loft to the Jaw, was all that oc-'
purred In tiie fight between Tommy'
Muliiull und "Kid" Cobb of Topekn,
Kansas, Cobb taking the count. ,
MOTION DEFEATED IN U. S.
FOR TROOPS WITHDRAWAL
t Uy Daily News Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.—With the
vote of Vice President Marshall breaking a tie, tlio senate late today defeated u motion by Senator Johnson of
Culiforniu to proceed with consideration of his resolution imposing an expression by the senate for Withdrawal
of American troops from Russia as
soon as practicable.
BIG STORES IN BERLIN
TRY TO   REMAIN   OPEN
(By Daily Xews Leased Wire.)
BERLIN, Kb. 13 (Thursday, by tho
Assoeited Press)—The big department
stores in Berlin whose packing anl
delivery force.*! are on strlki-.-attempt-
dd to remain open' todny. but wen-
forced to close by tbe strikers, the
ships were entered by the strikers
who dispersed lho shoppers und induced tlie clerks to join In tlio walkom.
Virtually every shop in Leipi-ielg-et
Strasse In closed and lute this after
noon tbe strikers were parading tlv
downtown streets and holding opeb-
alr metings. No untoward Incidents
bave been reported.
The employees and tbe arbitration
court met again today to adjust tlte
wage demands of tbe strikers.
Twenty thousand employees uro ou
strike. '
MONTREAL, Feb. 14.—Canadian
curlers regained possession of tlu*
Gordon modal in tho international
competition played against It! rinks
from the United States today nt tho
various local rinks.
Tbe costs in connection with the estate of T. H Gould of Hamilton, whit
left about $Mr.,OfiO, will total nearly
$1.0,000,
 ~
PAGC*-fWO
W^&.m?t news
8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY1?!.. 1919.
Leading Hotels of the West
Whtrt tht Trtvtllng Publit May Obtain Superior Accommodation.
GEORGE
'        BENWELL,
Proprittor
A   LA  CARTE            SERVICE UNEXCELLED        TABLE D'HOTE
Bptcial Sunday Dinntr S1.00
Tea Room Open Daily 10 a.m/to Midnight
DANCE TONIGHT      "
9:00 TO 12:00
JOHNSON'S ORCHESTRA
ADMISSION FREE
HtTME—J. K, Stinsoni Vancouver;
H. Mackenzie, Rossland; E. R. Bal-
lont, Vancouver; W. Bradley, .T. Ben-
wick, G. H. Renwick, .1. Bradley, K.
Picot, N. Willette. N. T. Smiih, Milestone; N. G. Poulton, Mr. bullatltie,
Vancouver; A. E. Hay, Buffalo; H. K
Waters, Winnipeg; J. W. Grieg, Toronto; E. Miller, Winnipeg; J. W. Bell,
J.   R.   McKenzie,    Vancouver;    F.   P.
Kelly, Spokane; C. W. Hansen, Erie;
A. G. Dougnns, A. M. Sha.v, J. N.
'Holmes, Vancouver; W Guthrie,
Cranbrook; O E. Henry, Indian Head;
G. S. Wilson, Vancouver; A. IC. Kissock, A. McMillan, Trail; R. Campbell,
Calgary; Br. and Mrs. Chu.c.i, Edgewood; Peter Wright, .1. .1. St.vir, Newport, England; Mrs. J. Kirkpatricl,
Vernon;  Ralph G. Smith, Vancouver.
Hotel Strathcona
H. W. SHORE, PROPRIETOR.
NELSON'S FINEST HOTEL FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS
8/MPLE ROOM, ALL GROUND FLOOR, WITH NATURAL LIGHT
MO.ST COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROTUNDA IN THE INTERIOR.
LARGE DRAWING ROOM  FOR  LADIES.
EUROPEAN RATE, $1.00 UP. AMERICAN PLAN, $3.00 UP.
STRATI/ICONA— Mrs. A. .T. Buck',.   Queens Bay; R. P. Oreen, Viotoria; .1.
A. Mitchell, Toronto;  T. Johnson, '.Marcus; F. Hartly, Spokane.
Queen's Hotel
Europttn     and     American     Plan
Steam Heat in Every Room
A. LAPOINTE, Proprietor
QUEENS—J. D. Palmer, Pemberton;
... Terry, Slocan City; D. II. Mnn,
InnisEell; W. Kearns, Silverton; It. E.
Whltijf Canyon, P.. C.'j Miss A. Samuel-
son, Canyon, B. C.
Madden House
M. J. MADDEN, Proprietress
STEAM   HEATED
ormr Baker and Ward Sts., Nelion
MADDEN HOTElr-V. McEachern,
Proctor: P. Luklngsky, Vancouver; E.
Boddinglon, Vancouver; T. liigson,
Midway; .1. rt. Bland, Hobson; M. Pur-
vick. Pernio; A. Suburt, Pernio; G
'. O'Guck, Fernie; V. Sadak; l-'ernie; R.
Birbick, Spokane: J. St. Dennis, Hall;
a. St. Dennis, Hall; F. St. Dennis,
Hall; M. Mnnashan. I*a_rum. '
THE STANDARD RESTAURANT
320 Baker St., Nelion, B. C.
Two Doors Weat of Stanlay
OPEN  DAY AND  NIGHT
12 to 2, Specitl Lunch    •   •   ■   35o
WILL GIVE VICTORY BONDS
TO PRINCESS PATRICIA
OTTAWA, Feb. 12.—The Journal
Bays; -In response' to the many inquiries as to tho form which the wedding gift by the women bf Canada to
Princess Patricia shall take, Lady
Borden announces, on behalf of the
committee in charke of arrangements,
that, after consulting the various
provinces, It Is felt that he gift should
consist of Victory bonds and the various provincial committees have been
so advised. This announcement will
enable PrincesB Patricia's many
friends throughout Canada to set to
work upon definite lines in support
of the fund which, It is expected, will
remain open until 'about Feb. 20.
Colds Caute Grip tnd Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove tho cause.   There Is only
one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S
Signature on the box.   30c.
DON'T DO IT AGAIN,
SAYS JUDGE TO OIVORCEF.
LONDON.—"Don't do it again," ntl-
vlscd the justice, as he ..ranted a
second divorce from the same man to
Mrs. Elizabeth Busby.
Mrs. Busby had Just testified thnt
the second attempt was more of a
failure than the first.
Her husband kept a loaded rifle in
the room, she said.
But what worried her most was that
he had attached a bayonet to the gun.
Pilei Cured in 6 to 14 Dayi
Druggists return money if I'AZO
OINTMENT falls to curt Itching.
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals
You can get restful sleep after the first
application.   Price 60c.
CANADIANS MAKE HUNS
PLAY "RULE BRITANNIA-
KINGSTON, Ont—Writing to his
father, Postmaster James Stewart,
Lleut.-Col. James C. Stewart, who is
stationed at Cologne, states -lint the
Canadian boys hnd a great time one
night recently with a German orchestra. Much to their displeasure the
members of the orchestra were compelled to ploy a program of British and
Canadian airs, starting out wlih "Ru.e,
Britannia."
LIFT OFF CORNS!
8PEND YOUR HOLIDAYS AT
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium
AND STOCK UP WITH HEALTH
If you suffer from muscular, inflammatory, sciatica or any other
form of rheumatism, or from
mctalic poisoning of any sort, don't
delay. Come at once and get c* red.
Most complete and best arranged
bathing establishment on the continent. All departments under one
roof, steam heated and electric
light.
Rates: $3 per day, or $17 per wc-tk.
DAVIS & DAVIS, Props.
Halcyon    -    -    Arrow Lakes, B. C.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERICKSON, Prop.
Opposite Postoffice
Room  and   Board, $35  per   Month
Europttn Plan, Roomi SOo up
Mealt 35c
GRAND CENTRAL—Chas Bridge,
Alnsworth; A. Wallace, Vancouver; W.
Beaton, New Denver; D. McKenzie,
Proctor; J. Busch, Yahk.
Nelson House
ELI JULIEN, Proprietor
European Plan
Cafe Open Day and Night
35e— Merchants' Lunoh, 12 to 2—35o
Phone 275.    Rooms, SOo and up.
NELSON HOUSE—E. E. Smith,
Marcus; Mrs. Traynor, Winlaw; M.
Traynor, Winlaw; ,T. C. Stiles, Marcus.
New Grand Hotel
JOHN BLOMBERG, Proprittor.
Up-to-Date  Brick  Building, Stum
Htated.
Hot tnd Cold Water in Every Room
Amtriotn and European Plan
NEW QRAND-
Joc, Ymir.
-A. Scalise, Ymir; S.
The Kootenay Hotel
MR8.  MALLETE,  Proprietreit
A Home for the World at $1.25 a
Day.  First-class Dining Room,
Comfortable Rooms,
313 Vernon Street, Nttr Poiloffict
KOOTENAY—T. Oredorizc, Penticton; T. Griffiths, Cascade; W.*Cashoff,
Perry Sidli.g; John Popoff, Brilliant.
Anti-Flu
HO-KE
Thorpe & Co., Ltd.
Phone 60.
The
Original
and
Only
Genuine
Apply few drops then lift sore,
touchy corns off with
fingers—No pain!
UJJ>
Doesn't hurt a hit! Drop a littlo
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
it right out.    Yes, magic!
A tiny liottle of Freezone costs but a
few cents at any drug store, but is
sufficient u> remove every hard con,
soft corn, or corn between .lie toes,
and tho calluses, without sor-jness or
irritation.
Freezone is tho sensational discovery
of a Cincinnati genius. It ia wonderful.
BABY WS
IN HOLY LAND
nfants    .Welfare     Bureau     Already
Established in Jerusalem—Jewish
Mothers  Given   Medical  Care
An infanta welfare bureau has been
established already in Jerusalem!
Mothere'are given all the medical care
needed, baby clinics are well organized, health visitors nre being appointed and kitchens.that provide food for
babies and the poor are being opened.
The nurses' are mainly natives of
Jerusalem who need thorough training, but it is confidently predicted that
the rate of infant mortality will ciulck-
ly drop.
All the1 large/centres throughout
Palestine have excellent government
hospitals and during the months since
General Allenfcy's. triumphal entry into
Jerusalem.many thousands of natives
throughout the country have gone of
their own free will to these centres
and asked for. vaccination. The disinfecting plants distributed with a lavish
hand by the government have effected a wonderful decrease in typhus nnd
relapsing fever cases.
The supply of,fresh pure mountain
water with which Jerusalem is now
blessed is the close of what at one
time seemed a hopeless undertaking
and was given lip by a band of earnest
workers who labored for nine yours
with the Turkish government to secure
the right to supply pure water to the
city. General Allenby's civil engineers
discovered . a group of mountain
springs which yielded 14,000 gallons
per hour. This was pumped to a hilltop and then handed over to gravity
and allowed to. run to Jerusalem
through a lino of pipe. All hospitals
were supplied and tho Insanitary cisterns were cleaned and then filled from
the pipes. These cisterns were the
only water pupply known and have bt-en
in use since before the time of Christ.
They were \ always filled from the
winter rainfall and were most objectionable. .Their total capacity was between 60,000 and 70,000 gallons.
It is u'lriatter of but a few months
beforo airplanes and tractor plows,
electric trains and machinery driven
by electricity, "wireless" news service,
movies", and those grout disturbers
of ancient civilization, sanitation and
hygiene, will take complete possession
of Palestine after 400 years of misrule
under the unspeakable Turk.
Suitable for
All Coughs
Beware
of
Imitations
Sold
on the
Merits of
Minard's
Liniment
WHERE DO YOU EAT?
THE RAILWAY Y.M.C.A.
When In Cranbrook give us a, trial.
A TREVERTON, Prop.
CKANBROOK,  B. C.
Up-to-date dining room reopened.
All white help employed.   Regular
■Mia and ahort ordere apecialltles.
Used Article
Of any kind they read the Classified
Ad. columns ot The Dally News. Nat-
.rally that ts the best place to advertise any used articles you hava for sale
"Tho old man Is giving Bill a liberal
education."
"yes, nnd 1)111 la certainly giving
the old man an education in liberality."
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
Is made from drugs which
work easily and soothingly,
without harming the delicate
tissues of the throat.
^^^'UmJti^
Wash Away
Skin Sores
D.D.D., tho liquid wash, has become
a household word. It lias proved itself a remarkable remedy. If you aro
a sufferer from skin diseases, Including ulcers, pimples, scales, crust or
Eczema In any form, this remedy will
not disappoint you. It has stood the
test and today is the muster preparation for all skin diseases. Try D.D.1>
Wc guarantee If.
Canada Drug & Book Co., Nalaon, B.C.
D. D. D.
OOT A SOB EITHER WAY.
A Kansas City lumber dealer who Is
very fond of hunting recently took his
wife with him to a spot In rural Kansas, where the "cotton-tail" were reported to he plentiful. It was the wife's
first hunting expedition, She had. yet
to prove herself a sportswoman worthy
of her husband's prowess. She had
mado a dismal failure of other attempts to be an out-of-door wife of an
out-door man. 'At one time her presence had spoiled his fishing for the
day; another time she had endeavored
to take golf Instruction from him, but
gavo up at the second hole. But she
had resolved to mako good on the hunting trip.
She was first to see a rabbit—and to
shoot. The "kick" of the gun dlstract-
d her attention for a moment. "Whon
her husband reached her side, she was
in tears.
I—I—just make a perfect fizzle of
everything," she sobbed.
Not at'all, dearie," her husband condoled her. "You've hit it. Just think,
your very first shot brought down a
rabbit."
At his words, the sobs became more
violent, and through chattering teeth,
the amateur sportswoman wailed "Oh
-Oh, the p-poor little thing. Did I
hurt it?"
The catch of fish in Lesser S'ave
lake this winter exceeds all expectations, both with respect to quantity and
quality.
LOOK AT A CHILD'S
TONGUE WH
POSTAL EMPLOYEES WANT
REIMBURSEMENT FOR LOSS
{By Dally News Leased Wire.)
SASKATOON, Teh. 14.—-Whereas
many employees, the department nck-
knowledges, have • suffered monetary
losses In the, past through the evil of
patronage, and are still suffering today, therefore, bo it resolved that we
demand that all such acknowledged
cases of injustice be immediately rectified and that all seniority and monetary loss be granted to'all'employees
so affected. We demand that the gov
eminent give us an answer to this by
April 1, 1919/
Tho foregoing resolution was ununl
mously passed by tho- postoffice employees at their convention here today.
It was stated that thlB resolution was
caused by tlie fact that in 1914, a number of'clerks in the postoffice who
were duo for promotion and Increases
In salary, having passed all tho det
partmontal requirements and having
been duly recommended for promotion
by the postmaster, were, by the order
of the patronage committee or some
member dispensing patronage at lhat
time, refused.
It was not until 1916 that they re-
It was not until 191fi that they obtained what was due them and then it
was over the objection* of the member
having the dispensation of the patronage favors. He pointed out that had
the men obtained their Increases from
the time they were due, January 1, or
April 1, 1914, and been granted back
pay, not so much objection might have
been raised but they wero not dated
until April, 1915, and as a result all
these clerks lost from 12 to 15 months'
seniority In'tho service and from $500
to $525 in salary.
. Ten clerks were afefcted in the first
case and 18 in the second. It was declared that the association had obtained the government's official acknowledgment of the truth of these statements and several attempts have previously been mado tb get a readjustment of this mutter, but so far without result.
In December, 1918, the following letter was received from the civil service
commission:
"It Is the case that these promotions
wore held up from Jain. 14, 1914, to
April, 1915, notwithstanding the fact
they were recommended by the postmaster. At that time the department
had Instruc tlons from the ten post-
masstcr-egeneral that no promotlonss
were to be made in the outside service
until tho recommendation had been
submitted to and approved by the,
mombcr of parliament or other person
administering patronage In the city In
which the person' recommended was
employed."
These men reached the maximum of
grade A of the third class. $1000 on
the first of January, 1914 and were
eligible for and wero recommended by
the postmaster for advancement to
the next higher grade. The recommendations were submitted to the
member, but his approval could not
bo obtained. Finally the promotions
wero put through without his approval
In au ■■ order-iri-council dated Jan. 25,
1916, nnd'tthc promotions were dated
back to the first of April, 1915, the
first of the fiscal year. That is as far
us the treasury board would date
them;
After a long dlscusison, the convention endorsed the stand of the labor
party that calls for a five-day week,
and a six-hour day.
It was agreed that the next convention he held, in Edmonton, some time
between June nnd August.
Tho following telegram from tho
deputy postmaster-general was read
to  the convention:
"Lancaster building In Calgary rented by the public works department,
and we are assured every effort is being made to transfer postoffice to that
building. Ground floor Is now available to rollevo -congestion in present
postoffice."'
Take    No    Chances!—Move    Poisons
from   Liver and   Bowels  at
Once.
Mothers can rest easy aftor .giving
"California Syrup of Figs,' because in
a few hours all the clogged up waste,
sour bile and fermenting foo- gently
moves out of the- bowels and you have
well playful child again. Children
simply will not take the time from
play to empty their bowels and they
become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered.
When cross, feverish, restless, see
if tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative.' Children lov*>
It, and it can not cause injury. No
difference what alls your little one—if
full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea,
stomach ache, bad breath, remember, a
gentle "Inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given.
Full directions for babies, children of
all ages and grown-ups are printed
on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
'California Syrup of Figs," then look
carefully and see that it is made -bv
the "California Fig Syrup company."
We mako no smaller sizo. Hand back
witli contempt any other fig syrup
New Dress Fabrics
WE   ARE   SHOWING   SPRING    SUITINGS,    DRESS     MUSLINS.
PRINTED CREPES, SILHOUETTE, TU8SAH SILK, VOILES,   .
8ATIN POPLINS, TAFFETAS, ETC.
—————  "■_-T_r_----____
MpCall Patterns
THESE PATTERNS HAVE THE WIDEST SALE OF ANY PATTERN
ON THE CONTINENT AND THE REASON IS THEY ARE THE ,'
BEST AFTER ALL
PATTERNS FOR THE NEW SPRING STYLES ARE IN STOCK
Smillie & Weir
LADIES' WEAR SPECIALISTS
AN AGENCY
Worth   from   $2000.00   to   $5000.00
a year in nny small town or rural
community can now bo arranged
for by men with energy. Write
NOW to Canadian Automatic, Ltd.,
424 Chambers of Commerce Winnipeg.
S!??iK.,.P!,..!?l.',,r tf P»«-«-bmiy re.
H»roldC.ShipmanfiC9.:AKM
Dandruff?
Have your Herpiclde,
Fo-Mo bottle refilled fbr
tax. '
'  O. K, BARBER SHOP
A. L. Wilson
Acroline   oi
rSc.aiul wai
Spring Is Near
and our spring stock of
SHOES
is coming in every day,    We have;
just received a shipment of youths'
shoes on very comfortable lasts.
Box Calf Blucher, solid leather j
throughout, sizes 11 to 2 -S4i50
Utile Gents' sizes S to 10-&..S4-.00
C. ROMANO
Shoe  Making and  Repairing,
■ ■•'■'•   *»'
CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULT*
I
T is now universally admitted that chocolate is a food—a sustaining food.
During the war millions of tons of chocolate
were sent to the Front.
Our Canadian soldiers early found that eating
chocolate was not only pleasing to the taste,
but restored vitality and gave renewed energy.
Brigadier-General L. W. Waller of the U.S.
Marines, referring to the food value of chocolate, said—        jp
"/ nevsr went ints a campaign without chocolate.
I always have a few cakes in my haversack when I
to into action. Men fight like the devil on chocolate.
Seasoned soldiers taks it on the march with them. "
It is a matter of actual scientific demonstration that one pound of chocolate produces the
same amount of body-building nutriment as
•ix eggs, a pint of milk and one pound of steak.
As a ready, nourishing and sustaining food,
chocolate is unequalled.
Strve Chocolate as a Dessert.
It is a Splendid Food.
THE CONFECTIONERY AND CHOCOLATE INDUSTRIES
OF CANADA *
 .  8AT.V"*BAY, FtMUAfiy ■»; 1919. j
kiW^J^\V^0
V PAOt
•WWNH>E<J. Feb. 14.—■Coittlhuing
his unbeaten record. ■WVSdlhbuse 'if
[Saslttoon today added two more ylc
Jtorlii to his st ring In the open evenj?
land, une in the closed'events  ■ ■ --'
cSittago Board of Trade -.-demands
ithnV_,.U. S. tfl_)lrt_aUon l-elMiquish
Eiaifljitng ot crq^.-fth4 confine Itself to
p2.2<. truarant^' "
"ItTTTHOySES-"
%   V HAVfe   TO   BPNT:
S-orriished' house, ..rooms and
bitei'-tll brt'one'f_oori'in 700 block,,
jlW BtWet--*$Jb. water -paid. Immediate occupancy.
"t fetto .have a numbe. of houses
atfW and . 12 per month.
'i have for salo a 4-room cottage,
2 'lifts, 30 x 120, j-alrv.ew, al »600,
This is a sacrifice price, and nny-
anyonc desiring' that' kind tot a.
property should hot overlook this,'
'I have other good buys on my list.
K yt>u want to either buy or rent,
see me.
lb. ST. DENIS
.'H* Phono 39
BO* Ward Street Nelson, B.C.
?m——i—■ -t—-
MONTREAL PRODUCE
<By Daily News Leased Wire.)
MONTREAL,   Feb.   14.—Eggs   vdr'y
firm.     Butter   firm.     {Cheese   quiet.
Quotations:   . .,,
Cheese: Finest easterns, 24c to 25c.
Butter:. Choicest creamery, "6i'__c to
52c..: t  ■ v
Eggs: Select|iid,..5.0c{. No\ 1 stock, 4Vc.
Potatoes, pej-hafc.car.,10W, J1.7C,
>~dodds '
5KIDNEY
&/, PILLS **■
Ui->•■»is * iiiiiii...... .... ** I •• . . sit'»i»is8 » i-Hie1 e.»» . * . s * V
Mining arid Markets
SILVER 1011-8
AT NEW YORK
>ILLS ^
''_•     '-> H |P'^ t'ilfl A1?" 1 A ^ fi  ,ll
Spelter   Quiet   at   New   York—Metal
i Exohango Quotes Lead Prioes
Quiet
• *>
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
NEW ' YORK, Feb. 14.—Silver
11.01K; at London, 48 7-16.
Lead—St Louis, K70; New York,
|B; Montreal, 16.13; London,  £29.
New York metal exchange quotes
lead quiet; spot and February, <5
asked. Spelter quiet. East St. Louis,
spot and February, 16.35 to $6.45.
Copper unsettled. Electrolytic, 17VL.
to 17%c.   Iron nominally unchanged.
At London, standard copper, spot,
£77 10s. .Spelter, spo.t, £48\.10s..
At Lofldph, spot' copper) £79 10a.
Spelter, spot, £48. .
SSffiMIl
'M
tlMVEABS
Safety Deposit Boxes
I It is unwise tb keep
Bonds, Securities, Insurance
Papers and other valuables j
in a house or office.
Sa/^flBpo-A-Bosw in'
flie vaults of this Bank may
be rented at 4*1, Moderate
charge.   "."    '.'.',
m
volcano to
boil ng lava
Kilairte,  In  Hawaiian  Islet,  Becomes
More Restless and Hot Fluid
,f ,Pours From 8ides.
i ■mini
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Stocks   traverse   Usual   Lines   With
Little Feature---U.S. Steel Makes
i Best Showing of Week
, .-■'' (By Daily News Leased WIte.)
[. NEW YORK, Feb. 14;—Stocks
traversed familiar, ground In the
course ot today's dull session, pools
ll continuing their bullish operations
|, apiong- ■ .such speculative favorites as
oils, • equipments And 'tobaccos.
Shipping and motors.came In for occasional attention, mainly nt highoi
quotations, while leather, distilling and
paper shares and rails were altogether
neglected, though maintaining a firm
undertone.
I United, Statci Steel mado Its best
quotations of the week on a fractional
advance to 91%, but closed at a loss
of . half a point. Steels surrendered
the leadership as tho most active Issue
t<_ - Mexican ■ I^troleum, the ■ latter,
howover, losing halt its four-point
advance.''      :.-.','
Royal Dutch, was the spectacular
feature at an extreme gain of 8.points,
hounding forward in the .final hour
when most other stockf. were reactionary on renewed profit taking.
Tobacco products also forged ahead I
In' the 'latetr-"dealings, gaining 2*..
points, while United cigars forfeited
much of its substantial sain unit
Sumatra Tobacco reflected relative
heaviness.' . ■■     ,■■••"'
i BSldwih Locomotive, Bothtehem nnd'
Crucible Steels, American' Car and
Steel : .Foundry- 'recorded temporary
gains of 1 to'2% points, with General
Motors, ..Hide and Leather  preferred:
away all the poisonous nmliMi,   )■    « amy;untc4  t0  4-M,0  shar8s.
from the system by causing the bowels  ^.^ ™ % ^ CmM ,___._,_. ._
tificute 45!s, a pplnt advance In Virginia-West Virsinla' certificates,
steadiness in .the foreign group nnd an
_-___^___--BMMM
CORN  PRICES DOWN
(By Daily Nows Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO,  Feb. 14—Heavy .selling
to realize profits, brought about down
fCard swings, today tn the com. mar
ket.    Prices closed   nervous   *4c .'to
i%o~net;*lower,. with- May 41.20*4  to
?1.20% and July*1.17to fl.UVi.  Oats
finished lc off and provisions declined
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. *,(|3Y;DailY News Leased Wire.)
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hi flowing from Klhtuea, the largest
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is pourinu over all skies of the central
flrepit walls on to the old crater floor.
Scientists said | they expected tho lake
of lava to subside within a month.
I The old crater floor, of Kikiuca Vol-'
cjajio has; an area of about ftiur sciuare
miiesi Tb© central flrepit is about
^,000'-feet In* diameter. Several times
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flrepit wallfi, submerging the old crater floor,, which in active times is a
black plain. -    •• |
j Scientific.tests two years ago showed the tefnpetature of the lava to be
i,000 degrees Fahrenheit- These tests
were vnpjie by professor T.%A. Jaggtir,
chief of the. volcano observatory, who
had bpent five years^makihg observations there. To plunge his pyroraetric
devices Irito the swirling, boiling lava,
Ifrof. .Tuggar and his assistants scrambled do\vn Into the central pit and out
onto the hot, barely solid crust of lava
for a hundred yards. The crust on
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Insomnia Cured
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Internal,
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the
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New Remedy for Eczema
• Worthy* of Mention
Copied from the Canadian Pharma*
eeutioal Journal of September, 1918.
Swaizema
Of the numerous-afflictions to which
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of the most persistent and annoying,
In many canes painful. Remedies and
cures are as numerous as the disease
Is persistent and up to tho present a
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winning out.
Every .pharmacist Is fully cognizant
of tho prevelanco of this ailment, in
various decrees of affliction, from
mildly irritating to painfully incapacitating, and they know also the persistency with which a remedy Is sought by
tlte afflicted, and also tho optimism
with which every remedy is accepted
and used. ..,-*,,
These conditions indicate the eagerness wltlKwhlch a true remody will bo
•accepted, and how lully a "cure" will
be appreciated and now that euro ap
pears to havo arrived in an article
perfected by an Ontario pharmacist
and.being offered'to tho public with
certificates of genuineness which carries conviction to even the skeptical.
This remedy Is prepared from tho for-
inula worked out by Mr. C. E. Swats-
land, of Kitchener, Ont, and manufactured In Toronto.
Tho Journal is not given to boosting nostrums or proprietaries without
character, but is prepared to speak
frankly of the merits of this.preparation from the. cvidonco of permanent
results submitted by Mr. Swaisland,
and by independent pharmacists who
havo recommended the euro-and wltr
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LIVESTOCK MARKET
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
■CHICAGO, Feb. ii.—Hogs: Receipts, G6.000; market opened weak to
f»c lower; closed mostly f.e tu 10c
tinder yesterday's average; bulk of
sales, $17.75 to $18.   . .
Butchers, $17.80 to $18.50: light,
$17.50 to $17.30-; packing, $18,85. to
$17.70; throw outs, $16.25 to ?lfi,85.
Pigs, good to choice, $15.!!5 to $17,3.'.
Cattjo; Receipts 4000; beef steers
and sho stock strong to 15c higher.
Otlier classes steady.
Day quotations unchanged, except
veal calves, good and choice, ? 15.50 to
$15.75. 	
-Sheep: Receipts 7000; markot
strong to 25c higher; mostly 10c to 15c
higher.   Day quotations unchanged.
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MARKET IS STRONG
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
MONTREAL, Eleb... l-t.-Anothtr
good market at New Yc-rtc ew'.uragvrd
another resumption of buyiu-j of Canadian securities today" and the yeuec.il
tone of tho market ruled strand.
Power led the group, Shawlnigfin
coming Into prominence ar.d advanced
1% io $1.17. JNIontrsal -Fcw-ar continued strong, adding at 89% a small
fraction to the highest prlco If over
sold at, with the close.firm a:$$ hid.
, Laurentide Power, ... however, was
slightly eauier, selling off a fraction
.to $$$.   . 	
Continued activity and strength in
Laurentlde gave prominence, lo the
paper group, that leader advancing \:U
to 202, a now high for the movement.
Spanish River preferred fit fil wap
% higher and Bromptoii firmed up
from 57% to 58. ■•.
Steel of Canada end Cement preferred were featuras of Industrials
among the war group, the farmer, advancing a fraction to 65-under a iairly
active demand while tho'latt.cr closed
xh higher at 65«4 after scllihg at. 06.
War loans were in demand with
prices small fractions higher In most
cases. - •,   - \  . .• - -
Sales: Shares, -C140; b'oiids, $l«a,750',
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TORONTO, Feb. li.—Sti:<mKtl> 111
Maplo Leaf MlAlnn unci Hrjaillun
stood as tho features or trartlns on today's oxchaiige, the. Cormo.-.: sold as
high- as |1.33 and dosed at 1.1.3*. a
not gain, of 'A In continuation of the
advance inspired by tho m'.ujh,belter
outlook: for. shipments of flour lo
Europe. .B*ta**illan -noved up 1.% to
B2, closlngVnt the \op. ■    -.-.
Cement was active and Ilrra. be-
twe:en '66 aiwl 6u14; Steamships fom-
mon, at 43-)4, showed a gam c.i •>..
Stoel or Canada advanced:,-*. :t.i 60,
whllo Steel of Cannda h'.tid-V HlJ-r
opening at 94, sold'up to &,__•,.,"
Toronto railway continue.*!it" ehov
"heaviness, 1 small lJt co)m|;ig out n
48*14, .the lowest lovel oa •h..'ord. a!
though transactions In Wrge'r lots wen:
at 46 unchanged from Thursday,.
Barcelona at 10 wits-oft ai.Ji.Rna
Winnipeg Hallway stationaryrat;Ic
Canada Bread .solft-.olJ _0.,i2 !I)t)nts
above the lovel ofnl'ew.days .'igo..
Thero was.again a,(air..moisur!- of
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8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919,
OILING THE MACHINERY FOR 100
PER CENT. RE3ULT8.
''Without oil machinery Is practically
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In Its movement and runs at 17 per
cent efficiency. But with good oil It
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its duties easily and smoothly. A good
oil Is the right hand of machinery. A
good roadway is the right hand of a
country In the making.
A road engineer writing In Collier's
Weekly says:
"Why," do you know, that the United
States has been paying a penalty ot
more than 1604,000,000 a year in the
excessive cost of the transportation
alone of our agricultural products frcm
farm ,;_o.market, simply because of its
neglect of the highways? This estimate swas made ln 1014 hy the joint
committee on federal aid in 'the construction of post roads, Slxty-th.rd
Congress. .,..•>
"At*: that time the gross tonnage estimated to be hauled over the highways, for that year was 700,000,-00. Th,
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ton mile ajaj the cost over improved
roads 13 cents per ton-mile, making
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average haul was about 9 miles, making a gross saving on tho transportation over improved roads of 72 cents
per ton. This multiplied by the gross
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•'At'the present time is has been estimated that the quantity of goods
hauled over the roads is something in
excess ot 1,000,000,000 tons and that
the saving effected by Improved roads
would be from J750.000.000 tp $1,000,-
000,000 annually.
AN ANCIENT PRECEDENT
A historical comparison with the
surrender of the Oerman fleet has
boen found by the English Bishop of
Durham in the pages of Livy, tho
Roman historian of the First Century,
B.C., who describes the greatest na.al
surrender In ancient history by an
undefeated fleet, when Carthage gave
up her entire battle fleet to P.omo Jn
th last battle of tho Punic wars, says
tlje 'Detroit News.
.Rome was the great military power
of that age, while the opposing force
was the naval power, just as Germany
and England were beforo the outbreak of the present war. Rome wns
the victor over Carthage, thus defeating the greatest naval power of the
age. German writers, in' comparing
the strength of the two ancient powers
with that of the two modern world
powers anticipated a similar result lor
a war between Germany and England
Fortunately for the world it was not
tbe sea power which surrendered lis
snips this time.
Tomorow maybe Wilson will sing,
"Goodbye,  France;   Hello,  Broadway."
The war is over. MeSBrs. Willard
and Dempsey have signed up for their
achate and so tho solar system can
continue functioning as usual.
Some of Germany's "statesmen" may
think It opportune for them to act ln
a .hasty, way right now, but if over
the entente forces get after them
again, those Huns will do a lot of sor-
rowtul repenting at leisure.
j:     TEN YEAR8 AGO TODAY
'.'.:. (From Tho Dally Nows.)
K. ClaiKson of Ymir is a guest at the
Hume.
• •   •
..'■John Hugh McMullin of Fernle has
been appointed inspector of provincial
pence.
• '•   •
'Alexander H. Watson of Fernle has
been, appointed deputy district regis
'.ttttr ot mo rernie registry of tne
supreme court.
'•   •   •
H.  E. It.  Bedford  intends  retiring
-■from tne fruit rancning ana to go on a
prospecting trip .on-May 1.
News of Sport
SEATTLE WINS
POOR GAME
Score le 8-2 and Crowd Disappointed
—The Battle Was  Listless
Throughout.
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
VICTORIA, B. C., Feb. 14.—Eight to
two was the final score at the arena
tonight when the whistle blew on the
poorest game seen here this season.
There was abundance of chop and
slash and trip stuff throughout tho
game and two f'ghts on tho ico, in
both of which Dunderdale figured, the
first time with Rickey, when each
player drew a three-minute penalty,
and the second time with Rowe. It
looked from the side as If Dunderdale
■as the aggressor ln the last fight.
With Dunderdale playing with a chip
on h's shoulder when he was not on
the bench, the Victoria forward line
naturally suffered, and thero wero
lone of those end-to-end rushes
which delight the fans. Lester Patrick appeared to be in good shape,
kept his head and layed a good game,
having bad luck In not scoring at least
ince. Tobin worked hard and played
a good, clean game, taking nil the
bumps coming to him with a smile.
The hockey in the first period was
the best of the gamo. though rather
slower than most of the games seen
here this season. Walker was tho first
'o score after play had been even for
'ialf the period. Tobin evened up in a
few seconds and Victoria took the
lead when Marples netted the puck a
couple of minutes later, Seattle disputing the goal.
Morris then started In on his effort
to put some distance between himself
ind "Cyclone" Taylor in the individual
•coring record. He netted throe of the
next seven goals unassisted nnd two
more with assists. The score at the
-nd of the first period was two all, at
'he end of tho second it was 4 to 2 in
'avor of Seattle, and at the end of the
third,     to 2.
SUMMARY.
First Period—Seattlo, Walker, 10:23;
Victoria, Tobin, :37; Victoria, Marples,
2:20; Seattle, Morris, 3:55.
Second Period—Seattle, Morris 4:55;
Seattle, Morris, 5:35.
Third Period—Seattle, Walker, 2:20;
Seattle, Foyston, from Murray,  10:38;
Seattlo, Morris from Rickey, 4:21; Se-
tttle, Morris, from Rowe 1:42.
SUBSTITUTIONS.
Victoria—Box for Marpl.s, Box for
Patrick.
Seattle—Murray for McDonald.
Line-up.
The  line-up:
Seattle Position Victoria
Holmes   Goal   Murray
Rowe  h. Defense Patrick
Rickey R. Defense  Irvine
Walker   Rover  Tobin
Morris     Centre  ...  Dunderdalu
Foyston L. Wing Oatman
McDonald R. Wing Marples..
Referee—Ion.
Timekeepers—Wllkerson and Sweeney.
CONSIDERS NATIONAL
LEAGUE CONTRACT EFFECTIVE
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Feb. 14.—John Heydler, president of tho National league,
today notified the presidents of tho
National league clubs that in view of
a verbal understanding between tho
National Association and August Herr-
man, tho National league considers tho
national agreement in force un'il further notice and that all negot'atlons
with minor league clubs must bo made
in accordance with Its provisions,
He said he and Johnson had talked
over the chairmanship but both took
the stand that nothing could be done
pending the action of the comm'ttecs
appol"tcd by the league to name a
chairman.
MANITOBA PREMIER LOOKS
FOR RESOURCES SOON
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
WINNIPEG, Feb. 14.—An announcement by Premier Norris that he expected in the near future the transfer
of tlie natural resources to the province and a review of what the government hnd done to encourage Industrial
development in Manitoba, was his
contribution to the debate In 'he legislature this afternoon' on the motion
of Lieut. J. W. Wilton.
TORONTO, Feb. 14.—Seventy-fivo
cents an hour and forty hours a week,
this Is to be the slogan of the carpenters of this city.
Eggs in storage on January 1, numbered 3.640.0CO dozen, half thoso on
December 1, nnd 3 per cent less than
one year previously.
LIEUT. GARDINER HERO
IN CALGARY GAME
(Bv Da'ly News Leased Wiro.)
CALGARY. Feb. 14—Liout. Herb
Gardiner proved himself the hero of
the season last night when ho rireled
through the St. Mary's on two (lift-rent occasions in tho second period and
bulged tho nets for the Rotsry club for
tho only tallies of the game won by the
speed-burning Rotarlans to the tune
of 2 to 0.
MITCHELL KNOCKS OUT
SCHAUER OF ST. PAUL
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Feb. 14.—
Ritchie Mitchell, Milwaukee H'ght-
welirht. knocked ou Johnny Schauer, of
St. Paul, ln the second round of a
sch»duled in-round bout here tnnieht.
Shaver O'Brien, of Boston, defeated
Matt Ade of Milwaukee in an 8-round
bout.
TIGERS DEFEAT VETERANS
.IN EASY VICTORY, 1—%
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
TORONTO, Feb. 14. — Tonight's
game at tho arena, when Tigers defeated Veterans 11 to 4 proved of th."
tame variety. Tho crowd was the
smallest to attend a local O. H. A
senior fixture this season ai.d very
littlo enthusiasm was shown
SCHULTZ SIGNS UP.
(By Dally News Leased Wire.)
BINGHAMPTON, N. Y Feb. 14.—
Frank Schultz, former Cub nnd later
with the Washington Americans, signed a contract to manage the Bir.g-
hampton team of the International
league today.
Schult. obtained his unconditional
release from Clark Griffith aftor tho
situation had boon explained.
MONTREAL CURLERS.
(By Dally News Leasod Wlro.)
MONTREAL, Feb. 14.—In tho competition for the Windsor cup yesterduy, the Montreal curling club was defeated by tho Country club of Brooklyn,  Mass.,  20  to  17.
RETURNED SOLDIERS DO
NOT LIKE TEACHERS
(By Dolly News Leased Wire.)
WINNIPEG, Feb. 14.—Tho striking
returned soldiers vocational stude ts
here today sent a delegation to the agricultural college to ask the 100 returned students there to strike ln sympathy with the men in the government
vocational  school.
The strike is u protest against the
administration of the school hero and
the attitude of certain teachers. Tho
grievance has beon Investigated by
Federal representatives and unless
some settlement Is In sight tomrorow,
the soldiers will send two representatives who are also members of the citizens' committee to Ottawa to wait on
the govornmont. Premier Norris has
wired Ottawa, asking that something
be done to settle the strike at onco.
COUGHED/COUGHED
ALL NIGHT LONG
Terribly wearing on the system is
the cough that comes at night and prevents sleep. Sometimes it is a constant cough, cough that will not he
quieted.
Sometimes it is a choked-up, stuffed-
up feeling, that makes breathing difficult and sleep impossible.
Whatever kind of a cold or cougp
you have, Dr. Wood's Norway Pino
Syrup is the remedy you need.to cure
It, for the simple reason that this valuable preparation combines all the lung
healing virtues of the Norway pinp
tree, with which is combined wlli*
cherry bark and the soothing, healing
and expectorant properties of other
excellent herbs and barks.
Miss Margaret Landly, Bristol, P.E.I.
writes: "t am writing to tell you tho
benefit I have received from Dr
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup.
"Last fall I took a severe cough ant*
cold in my head. I was unable to do
anything. At night I could not sleep
but cough, cough all night long. A
friend advised me to use Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup and before th*
second bottle was used I was entirely
cured and I have found this the bee*
cough medicine I can buy.
Do not accept any other "pine" preparations when you ask for "Dr
Wood'B." This remedy has been on
the market for a quarter of a century-
It is put up in a yellow wrapper; threo
pine trees the trade mark; price 25o
and 50c. 'Manufactured only by The T
Milburn Co,, Limited, Toronto, Ont.
Sound
Values
Another thing to remember
about Blrks- Diamonds Ib that
they offer exceptional value
to the purchaser. Wo buy
direct from' the cutters, in
quantities large enough to
supply tho five Blrks' stores,
and the distinct advantage
thus gained is shared with
our patrons. Thus you have
sound value as well as quality.
Birks
.-fWOID COUGH-X
and OOUGHERif !
Coughing.
Spreads
Disease  |
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HI'LQ
aOBsVDYV-STOPSCO
30 DRORT-JTORT COUGH/
HALF Tmr TOR CHILDREN
French Steam
Laundry
FRENCH DRY CLEANING AND
DYE WORKS
CARPETS DRY AND STEAM
CLEANED
We give special rates for families,
hotels, restaurants and steamers.
Out of town patronage solicited. We
have a modern laundry plant and
cun turn out work promptly. AU
work is done first class and at reasonable prices.
PAUL NIPOU, Prep.
P. O. Box 48. Tel. 146
Flexible Flier Sleds
We have a good assortment of Children's Sleds left end can fill orders
promptly.   We have
GENUINE  FLEXIBLE  FLYER, 8AFETY  FLYER and ALL 8TEEL
SLEDS.   PRICES RIGHT
Nelson Hardware Co.
BOX 1050
NELPON, B. C.
It takes a joint
of beef to make
a bottle of Bovril
Bovril contains the goodness of the beef.
'"PHE vital elements that give beef
■*■     its special place and value as a
food are concentrated and stored in
Bovril.
Just as the equivalent light, of 32 candles
is concentrated in one electric lamp, so the
vital elements of beef—of many pounds of
beef—are concentrated in a single bottle
of Bovril.
But Bovril is not merely a precious food
in itself; it possesses the peculiar power
of enabling you to extract more nourishment from other foods. \ This gives Bovril
its wonderful body-building power, proved
by independent experiment to be from to
to 20 times the amount taken. Bovril,
therefore, in the true sense of the word, is a
Great Food Saver.
Always keep Bovril in the house.
Bovril  stands   alone
Daily Newts Want Ads Get Results
CURES
EC 2 EMA
John Burns &. Sons GcneaS HE?"
8A8H AND DOOR FACTORY N-LSON PLANING MILLS
Vernon Strset, Nelson, B. C.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING MATERIAL KEPT IN 8T0CK
Estimates Given an 8tone, Brick, Concrete end Frame Buildings.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
P. O. BOX 734 PHONE 178
_WKE21S8&
from a Bone Spavin, Ring Bone,
Splint, Curb, Side Bono, or similar
troubles and nets horse going tound.
It acts mildly but quickly and good re*
suits arc lasting;. Does not blister
or remove the hair and horse can
be worked. Page 17 in pamphlet with
each bottte tells how. ti. 50 a bottle
delivered. Horse Book 9 R free.
ABSORBINE, JR., the antiseptic liniment
for mankind, reduces Painful Swellings, Enlarged Glands, Wens, Bruises, Varicose Veins;
heals Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell you
more If you write.   $1.25 a bottle at dealers
»r d-tlrrred.   Liberal trill battle for 10c mmpi.
St. r. Y0UN8. P. 0. F.,4« Isom •K|..Montml. Can.
Absorblne and Absorblne. ji.'. are mine in lao-ua.
VERNON PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Now building, dining hall, dormitories, ,:
studies," class room, gymnasium, ets.*v-'-.
are being er%eteu. to acc6m_no"d_.tt.' S*J|*"
more boarders. Numbers scxtuplod f.
since war. Boys 7-14. Trained nurse.
Prospectus.
AUGUSTINE C. MACKIE,
B.D.. M.A., (Confab) Headmaster.
King's Quality Flour
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY
Manufactured by tho Hedley-Shaw
Milling Co., Ltd., Medicine   '
Hat, Alberta,
Write  us  for  rrices  on car  lots.
FLOUR AND FEED
J. R. CLARK, Rep.
P. O. Box 666 Nelson, B. C.
"fB^f-K.,.?'
VOUR Wellington Pipe will never
-" So back on you. Its"weH"aftvayj
catches the moisture. You always
Jet a, clean, cool smoke. The W D C
triangle trade-mark proves that the
bowl is real French briar. Chum up
to a Wellington. Good dealers have
the shape and sise you want—II.
and up.
WM. DEMUTH O CO.
New York
| TWENTY, YEARS AGO TODAY |
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(Prom The Dally Minor)
' B. J. Coyle, district passenger agent
of the Canadian Pacific railway, was
iii Nelson yeBterday.
*   •   •
B. J. Curran has blood In hla eyo.
Someone has broken his back gate and
his ire has been roused.
•_',*' ■•
A dance will be given by the Dundee
Gold Mining company in tho, Mastor-
■on's hall of Vmlr this evoning. A
lake number of- Neiaon   people aro
--#*.'  	
Appetizing Smoked Fish
FINNAN HADDIE AND 8MOKED COD
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Boiling Beef and Pot RoaatB,
from, por lb •
. I uC TO ZoC
P. Burns & Co., Limited
Phone 50
Canada Food Board License 8-11410
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A Nation
of Bond-holders
Before the War, Canada looked outside her borders for Capital.
During the last three and a half years, Canada has become a
nation of Capitalists,—for the man who buys a $50 Victory Bond, or
a $5 War-Savings Stamp, is a Capitalist of the best type.
By the discovery of ten times the number of Capitalists, or Bondholders, that she previously had, Canada has made a great stride forward.
Interest charges, necessarily high at this time, do not: withdraw money
from the country. Home industry is fostered, and the problem of the
War Burden is solved.
EVERY CANADIAN SHOULD BE A CAPITALIST. The
opportunity is provided by the offer of War-Savings Stamps at $4.01 this
month, and redeemed for $5.00 on the first day of 1924.
Buy War-Saving. Stamps, em many a. you can, as often as you can,
ar Monty Ord.r Post Office; Bank, and other place.
ttisptaylns tit* Beaver—Triangle sign.
$w for m
and each dollar
worth mora.
WS,
Increase Your Holding of Bonds
All the Time.
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THE DAILY NEWS
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ss_ssasass^s->a____MM___l
Use
WRIGLEY'S  MINERAL
fcotiring Soap
and
Bristo
for .Cleaning and Polishing
Cake'.."....'. ..IOC
Putt's Silver Cream
er Bottle   20c
ineleo Antiseptic  Polish for Linoleum and Stained Floors
30c
Star Grocery
PHONE 10
OBERTSON  ATTENDS
TORONTO LABOR MEETING
(By. Daily Xews Leased Wire.)
TORONTO, Feb. i4.—Hun. Gideon
). Robertson, minister of labor, attended a meeting of the trades unions
iere tonight, which was called to collider, the question of unemployment.
Ion,'.'Mr. Robertson spp,ke in a very
iptimlstlc   tone   about unemployment
FURS
Guaranteed high-class furs, nice
selection kept in stock or made to
order from selected, skins. Customers' furs made up, remodelled and
repaired. Skins dressed and mounted at moderate prices. Best price
paid for raw skins.
G. GLASER
Manufacturing Furrier
Ward 8treet. Nelson, B.C.
Start
the
Little
Ones'
Feet
Right
Fit Them With a Pair of
Hurlbut
Cushion Welts
Tho best shoe on tho market
toduy. Made   on   nature-shape
lasts. Either   button   or   lace
styles. Calf or patent leathers.
Sizes 4 to 1'k   83.40
Sizes S to 10.4   S3.85
20
Per Cent
Discount
on all  Felt Shoes and Over-
gaiters.
R. ANDREW & CO.
Leaders in Foot Fashion
Kootenay and Boundary
"SCOTTY" SLOAN,  DEAD
IN  ROSSLAND
(Special to The Daily _j'.v.s.)
ROSSLAND, B. C, Feb. 14.—
J. (Scotty) Sloan, a pioneer of
R'oasland, was found dead thia
afternoon about 5 o'clock in hia
shack, where he lived alone, about
one mile from the city.
Coroner H. R Townahend aaid
that he believed that death was
due to natural causea, and that the
man had died in his sleep not mora
than 24 houra previous to the finding of the body.
Mr. Sloan waa about 65 yoars of
age. He had no relatives in the
diatrict ao far as is known.
IECTRICITY
^RHEUMATISM"
in Canada. He asserted that the crlsn
would be passed in two months and In
four months labor would bo at a, premium.
The minister of labor made the un-
nouncement that tho work on the new
customs building in Toronto would hu
commenced at once. He announced
that the government would spont
about ?2,000,000 on new buildings here.
H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught
who has been on the staff of the C-in'i-
dlan headquarters continuously sin'.c
the spring of 1917, is now on leave
in England, and will not likely return
to the corps.
TRAIL   NOTES.
(Special to The Daily News,)
TRAIL, B. C, Feb. 34.—Pte. Eric
Harkness left for the coast Thursday
afternoon to secure his discharge.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Perrin, a son,
Jock Wade came in from Vancouver
on Wednesday evening1 and is the
guest of his brother, Harry K. Wade.
Arthur Maclach.an leaves tonight to
take charge of the C. M, and S. company's office at Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kerlns are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .Tames White en-
route to their home on the prairie.
REACH HONE
Hughes Returns—Lieut, Keffer of East
Arrow Park Brings
Bride.
KITCHENER NOTES.
(Special to the Duily Xews.)
• KITCHENER, It. C„ Feb. 14.-~Fine
Weather still continues In Kitchener
and makes the logger smile.
■Mr. Fritme returned Sunday ..from
Spokane, where he took Mrs. Frame
to receive medical attention.     '
C. It. Paulson, who has just recovered from an attack of the influenza,
Is again able to be here from Spokane
to look nfter his tie operations.
Mr. McCowan returned Wednesday
from Cranbrook, where he has been
spending a few days with his family.
, Miss Clara Butts and Emerlek Brassard were winners of tho first prizes
in the whist drive held last Saturday
evening.
George Hunt is hauling'logs to the
sash and door mill.
Miss Alice Leythgo In spending the
week in Spokane.
r dissolving out the excessive amounts
3 acid nnd other foreign matter contrested
the ayntem whicli causes "rheumatism," elec-
_icity ia iu a clnss by Itself,   It increases the
nervy end action of tho blood-purifying organs.
latiire'sorpanf. are thfl only things on earth thnt
in really purify the body. It helps Nature cure.
I Every organ is operated by a supply of
E— c enemy. Nerve enemy is electrical in chnr-
r. . When Unit cn.-r.ry l-t lacking, the organs
down, whether klilnevB. liver, stomach or
sis. Then waste matter accumulates iu the
,—.tn and nil sorts of dlwascs follow.
I Energies these organs by supplying Elecv
liclty to the nono-. controlling them and disease
I weakness disappears,   Tho Dr. Dell Electro-
.pllanc* is tho best and cheapest seietiHfl-.
Ktro-in-Pinomtdrcvcrduvim-d. Itisamnrvel for
wiving ont rheumatic condl tlons, mid the good
-''N-. aro pcmiimcnt because nil the oripins con-
i have actually been strengthened.
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npleto detailed information nlxmt this electric
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ELECTRO-1NVIGORATOR CO.,
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b lend nis your freo illustrated llteratur-
_   'Satunctlon guaranteed ur money back,'
1 factory price proposition.
Stomach on Strike? Here's Relief!
No Indigestion, Gas or Sourness
Upset stomachs feci line.
All indigestion, gases, sourness,
heartburn,   brash  or acidity  goes
'5in*taiitlj->!. fo waiting!:
Quickest stomach relief known.
Just as soon as Pape's Diapepsin
i'eaclies your sick, unsettled stomach
all stomach misery stops.
Costs little—All druggists.
Stomach suffer...;; i-i needless.
upset? Pape's Diapepsin -MNHSV
(SpecluPto the Dully News.)
NAKUSP. B. C, Feb. 14.—Thirty-
five pairs of socks have been knitted
by members of the Nakusp Red Cross
during January and sent to headquarters. Following is the list of workers:
Mrs. Gregory, 10 pairs; Mrs. Wng-
staff, 10 pairs; Mrs. im, 4 pairs; Mrs.
Harvey, 2 pairs; Mrs, Edwards, 1 pair;
Mrs. Kerr, 1 pair; Mrs. Jackson, 2
pairs; Mrs. Clease, 1 pair; Mrs. Benton, 2 pairs; Miss R. Gregory, 2 pairs;
Mrs. Clen.se, 2 suits pajamas; Mrs.
Cowan, 2 suits; .Mrs. Benton, 2-suits.
Miss Flossie Edwards of the Imperial Bank, Victoria, came home on Monday for a month's holiday, after recovering from an attack of influenza.
Lawrence Graham, who has been attached to military headquarters at
Victoria, returned to Nairn.p a fow
days ago. He has received his discharge.
F. F. Hughes, a member of tho 54th
Battalion, and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes of the Grand Hotel, arrived
home on Tuesday from overseas. He
received ti Hen rty welcome home by
friends of bis parents.
The Naksup Women's Institute held
a successful concert at the opera
house the other night. The proceeds
amounted to J56.7R. '..
A brother of Mr. Dundale hns just
returned from the front and is staying
hero for a few days.
Conductor Turner of Nelson has as
mimed  charge  of the    run    between
Naksup and Sandon on the local passenger train.
A German Iron Cross was exhibited
nt Nakusp for tlie first time on Tuesday by Mr. Lawlor, just returned from
tho front. Mr. Lawlor was an employ
ee of the C. P. R. steamship department before enlisting, and Is on his
way to tlie coast for discharge. The
cross wns handed him by a German
officer who had been made prisoner by
him.
Liout. Roy Keffer of East Arrow
Park is home from the front with his
English bride. Lieut. Keffer joined as
a, private in the 54th Kootenay Battalion, nnd since receiving his commission'wus transferred to the Royal
Flying corps.
GREASEgets down the
drainpipe and causes
trouble. Buthotifypuuse
Gold Dust to dissolve the
grease. Use Gold Dust
also for an immaculate
bathtub and a clean, sweet
waahstand. »
GOLD DUST
The Busy Cleaner
MADE IN
CANADA
LIMITED, MONTREAL
ROSSLAND NOTES.
(Special to tho Dally News.)
ROSSLAND, B. C, Feb. 14.—Dr. J.
W. Coffin left this morning for Point
Roberts, where Mrs. Coffin is attend
ing her slster-in-lawi-Avho is seriously
ill. Dr. Coffin will' hold n consultation on the case.
Miss Mammle Supple left this morn
Ing for the const.
Dr. W. N. Gunning left this morning
for the coast.
H. L. Batten has returned from Eng
land,
Mrs. C. Sharp of Grand Forks is
spending, a few days in tho city.
Miss Hazel Bartlott leaves Saturday for her home In Spokane.
Mrs. G. Denlson entertained a few
friends at her home last evening at
bridge.
J. K. Cran returned last night from
a trip to Alnsworth.
Mrs. Alex. Smith is seriously ill at
the Sister's hospital.
Mrs. T. Costella, who is ill at the
hospital, still continues to improve.
R. F. Green, M. P., spent the morn
ing in tlie city, leaving for Trull at
noon.
NOTHING SO EASY TO DIGEST
nothing so deliriously nourishing and
strengthening as those crisp brown
little loaves of well baked
■**■*.
Shredded Wheat
They contain the entire whe&t drain,
nothing added,nothing taken away. A
whole wheat food,ready cooked ready-
to-eat. Rmr hot milk over two or three
of these Biscuits and you have a hot
dish that will start the day right and
sustain you m work or play. Salt or
sweeten it to suit the taste.
MADE IN CANADA
■'&
INVERMERE   BOARD
ELECTS YEAR OFFICERS
(Special to The Daily News.)
INVERMKREJ, B. C., Feb, 14.—At the
annual meeting of the District Board
Board of Trade, which was held with
in the last week, the members showed
great enthusiasm in regard to the pro-
potted work for the coming your. Several new members were added to tho
body corporate.
One of tbo chief themes ' for new
work was to assist tho government' in
its aid to the returned heroes, especially In the lino of new work and land
settlement.
Tho officers elected to serve for the
ensuing year are: .T. C, Pitts, prosldent, elected for the fourth time; A.
M. Chlsholm, vice president; Basil G.
Hamilton, secretary-treasurer; council, Frank C. Stockdale, Georgo A. Dennett, Wi Howard Cleland, A. G. Cuth-
bert, T. A. Pope, E. A. Gregory-Allen,
John A. McCoskrle, James Lambert,
John A. Hope; auditors, A. E. Fisher
and C. A. Bennett.
Tho report of the mining committee
showed that a good deal of new work
had been done during 1918.
Saturday Sale of Ready-to-Wear
Last Call for Suits and Coats
SPRING GOODS ARE ARRIVING AND WE MUST EMTPY   OUR   CA3E8  AND   RACKS  TO   MAKE
ROOM  FOR THEM.   THIS 18 THE LAST OPPORTUNITY YOU WILL HAVE THI8 SEASON TO GET
SUCH   EXTRA QUALITY GOODS  AT THESE  PRICES.
Ladies' Suits
VALUE8 TO $60.00 FOR K9.75.
l'luln  tailored  or novelty  Suits  of all-wool  Serges and
Tweeds. Coats smartly tailored, and lined with guaranteed
satin.  Skirts plain, with pockets.    Colors,  Navy, Brown,
Green and Black.   Sizes 16 to 42. Values to JBO.
Saturday Sale Price  '.	
$29.75
Clean-Up of
Ladies' Coats
AT $33.75,
Mude of all wool Velours and Cheviots, in this season's best
styles.   They all have belts and large or convertible collars,
and are lined to the waist with satin.   Colors, Navy, Brown,
Green and Taupe.   Values to $59.     • QQQ TK
Saturday Sale Price  yvdif V
Ladies' Afternoon
Dresses
AT $24.95.
Smart Dresses of Taffeta, Crepe de Chene or Satin. Best
selling styles iri Navy, Copenhagen, Green, CO-A QJ*
Grey and Black. Sizes to 42. Saturday Sale IMce.-Jfc'riwsJ
Clearing
Children's Coats
AT |/40FF REGULAR PRICES.
You will save money by buying, your,.children^ coats now,
they will be much higher next fall. 'We have best-selling
styles in plain cloths, Brown and Grey, and Navy; in sizes
4 to 15 years. Regular price, $8,00'   to    $17.50.    Saturday
$6.00 to $13.50
■Sale Price,
..ach ,
After Supper Sale Commencing at 7:30
75 Pattern and Trimmed Hats for Ladies, to Clear at $3.95
Phis lot contains some of the smartest lints we have shown this season. We have large, medium and
small shapes, and all wanted colors, such as Navy T'luck, Burgundy, Taupe. All our pattern Hats are
Included in this lot, values to $18.50 OQ QC
Your choice tonight after 7:30, each  -pjlO*l
MEAGHER & CO.
THE STORE  FOR STYLE
THE  STORE FOR  QUALITY
some weeks undergoing medical treatment.
From tbe number of inquiries that
aro being received from distant points
regarding mining properties in the
Ymir district, it would appear that
more interest is likely to be taken In
thu camp In the near future. It Ib
Well known that there are a large
number of properties in the vicinity
that possess more than ordinary merit.
FORT 8TEELE NOTES.
(Special to The Dally Xews.)
FORT STEELE, B. C„ Feb, 14.—
Archdeacon Uqqv of Kaslo spent a few
days with friends at Fort Steele las".
week.
Harry litirr was In t-r.-'i. Saturday to
attend tbe meeiing of Hli FuTiier".-- Institute.
Mrs. .1. Crowe, JIrs. I.. ...Ini'It; Mrs.
.1. Wise and children, 3M!Sa <i. Brootta
nnd Wallace, t'Jrowe of Ornnbruik motored tn Foi* Steele m\ Saturday,
Kev. F. V. Hnrrlson of Oranurnuk
conducted soi'vico at lno ChuVoh >f St.
John, Fort £H?g1o, last i-.uij-.3uy.
Mrs. George Uav/Iks mid I'nmily
have moved to V'vl.ff*., \vhfiro lipr
husband has wo**.*.
Mr. Stevenson and Mr. Sank or t.'.c
Cranbrook Jobhs-'S, win; In lowil X-tes-
day, and went  o.1  IO F.Ull nivoi1.
YMIR NOTES.
(Special to the Dally News.)
T. Mosorop has returned    witn his
fumlly after an absence in Englnnd of
about four years, and has resumed his
position  as  forojnan  with    the Great
Northern rallwify;	
Mi's. NY- L. Kneeland returned from
■Ntyprtn trtday, whwo''-ihe hns been,for
BOSWELL NOTES.
(Special to The Duily N",/s.)
BOSWELL, 13. C, Feb. 14.—Miss
Holiday Smith returned from Kelson
on Thursday morning last, after a
week's visit, the guests of Mrs. W.
Kcalley.
Mrs. ,\. Kennedy entertained tho
members of tins card club on Saturday
ovenlng, aL the close of play the top
scorers were Mrs. G. II. Hartley and
J. Holiday Smith.
Mrs. G. II. Hartley and Mrs. A. Kennedy left on Monday morning on the
Crow boat rn route for Cranbrook,
whore they will visit for some days.
Mrs. James Coupland and infant son
returned homo from Nelson on Tuesday evening.
Signaller Denis B, Crowther Ins
been admitted into No. 13 General
hospital, Boulogne, after being at
Chnlorol for eight days. iu. expects
to be there for .some time.
confined to tho government benches.
Hon.'.). IX. Boyle, attorney-general; D.
Morkeburg of lnnisfai! and \V. M.
Davidson of North Calgary occupied
tho time. Next week the house will
definitely enter into tbo consideration
of tlje estimate.-, and other Important
questions.
Inspector of Detectives George Ken
nedy, who recently resigned aftor 31
years with the Toronto Police force,
has vacated his office.
Mr. O'Hogan (the new rich)—What
Is in this here bottle, waiter''
Waiter—DU, sir. .
Mr. O'Hogan—Take it out to hie
chauffeur thin! Hocky feller can't
make no lamp out iv mo, begobs!
FALLS THROUGH   HATCHWAY;
TWO RIBS ARE BROKEN
(Special to the Daily Xews.)
, NAKUSP, B. C, Feb. 14.—J. Wag-
staff, an old employee of the C. P. it.
shipyards, suffered a severe injury a
day or so ago, by falling through un
open hatchway on the steamer Bonnlngton. Ho fractured two ribs and
suffered other internal injuries, but is
doing nicely with Dr. K. 11. S. McLean
In attendance.
ALBERTA  HOUSE   ENDORSES
THRONE  SPEECH   MOTION
(By Daily News Leased Wire.)
EDMONTON, Feb. 14.—After occasioning something like 21 addr.M-.se*-.
from all sides of the bouse, the resolution on the speech from the tliroiw
was endorsed- without a dissenting
voice in the legislature toduy befuro
the house adjourned for tho weekend,
So members of the opposition took
part in the debate in tbe closing
afternoon session.    The speaking v/as
AFTER INFLUENZA
Tht Grippe, Fevers and Other Blood-
poisoning, Prostrating Dlseasee
The best course of restorative treatment, purifying the blood, stimulating
the liver, building up the whole system, Is:
Hood's Sarsaparllla, the standard
blood purifier,  before eating.
Hood's Pills (cathartic, mild and effective) as needed.
Those two great medicines work in
perfect harmony, improve appetite, aid
digestion, relieve biliousness and constipation. They make convalescence
real, rapid and perfect. They are also
of service in the prevention of dis*.
case nnd the preservation of health.
Each is good alone; both are good
together.    *let  them  today.
To those who are really
particular about the Coffee
they drink, there is one
brand that always pleases
particularly well because it
is particularly good-
Chase & Sanborn's "SEAL
BRAND" COFFEE.
In '_, 1 and 2 pound tins.   Whole—Ground—Pulverized—
also fine ground for Percolators.   Never aold in bulk.
CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL.
305
Doctor Tells How To Strengthen
Eyesight 50 per cent In One
Week's Time In Many Instances
k Free Pretcriptian   You  Cm   H»ve
Filled end Use mt Home
Philadelphia, Pa.- D_ you wc„ gU.8BM,
Are you a victim of eye strain or other
eye weaknesses? If so, you will bn glud
to know that according to Dr. Lewis
there is real hope for you. Many whose
eves wore failing any they have hiul their
eyes restored through the principle of
this wonderful free prescription. One
man says, after trying it: "I wus almost
blind; could not see to read ut all. Now
1 enn rend everything without auy glasses
and uiy eves do tint water any more. At
uight thev would pain dreadfully; now
thev feel fine ull the time. It was like
n miracle to me." A lady who used-. It
aaysi "Tlie atmosphere seemed hussy with
or' without glasses, but after using this
(resorption fnr fifteen days everything
"fins clear. 1 enn even read line print
-iihout glasses." It is believed that
Ifttusnmls who wear glasses ■.•■in now dis-
iii-d them in a rcusoiiable timo and liiul-
ttudes more will be ublo to strength-'.i
h-jilr -'v* ho as tn- be sptin-J the trouble
and expense of ever getting glasses. Eyi
troubles of many descriptions may be
wonderfully benefited by following ths
simple rules. Here is the prescription:
Oo to any active drug store and get a
bottle of Bon-Opto tablets. Drop ona
Bon-Opto tablet in a fourth of a glass
ut water and allow to dissolve, with
this liquid bathe the eye two to four
times daily. Vou should notice your eyea
clear up perceptibly right from the start
and inllanimation will quickly disappear.
If your eyea are butheriog you, even a
little, take steps to save them now beforo
it is too lute. Many hopelessly blind
might have boon saved if they had cared
tor their eyes In time.
Note: Another prominent Phystclno to whom
the above article wnssubmttted. snid: Bon Opto
is a very remarkable remedy. Itn con«tilucnt
Ingredients are well known to eminent eve siwc-
ialiiits nml widely prescribed by them. The witr
ufacturcrs guarantee .t to strengthen eyc«ltfl«
w per cent ui one week's time in many Imtanc&t
or refund the money It can be obtained from ai«y
im-.! ririlggist and U one Of Hie very few in-»ii-ir--
ti,,nH 1 tv.-l -.I...II.-.1 bf* kept on hnnd for rcatilnn :
ii, iklmt-utt every family."   iti-moldin tmaoity.i ■
HIRST'S
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
DON'T  SUFFER   PAIN-BUY  HIRST'S!
and be prepared agahm attacks nf rlieumatiatn, lumbago, neuralgia,
toothache und earache. Equally ell'ivM-re for relieving awolteu joints,
-   sprain* sore throat and other painful ailments, Por over 40 years •    •
ramily friend. Don'texneriinent-bayHlrit't-alwayahaveabottkto    ..
the botHf. Has a hundred ow.
AtdsMitersormritout, HIRST RttMBPTCO-. Hamilton, Cafrtta,
w
 .HiW.aix,,*
-THE D30EY I-IEWST
■Si
iiiti'ii
SA-rUR&AV, r*EBROAnV «. •"•it.
m.j:- -  '   - -     ;
. First Church of
'j Christ, Scientist
Corner Kootenay and Victoria Sts.
■Jui.-l.-y services, 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m.
Subject of Lesson Sermon:
. ■, "SOUL"
Wednesday evening meeting at 8.
.Heading room in church . building
open Tuesday and Friday evenings
iron. 7 to 0 and every afternoon
from 3 to Ci except Sundays and
..public  holidays.  Visitors  welcome.
■r      ———--■■ ■ -    '■
Steth Day
Advcntist
Sabbath School at  10:30
freaching at .-..'..... .11:30
Second   Avenue,   Fairview.
All. Welcome.
v*. a -  - ■ -	
General News of the Cits
CORP. "DICK" WHITEHEAD
GETS MILITARY MEDAL
FORMER MEMBER OF THE DAILY
NEWS   STAFF,   NOW   WITH
54TH, GETS WAR HONOR.
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■—
bAPtiSTCHURCH
Pastor, H. S. Bagnall. Phone 496-L
.■'* Morning service at 10:30, subject,
"Is a Lie Ever Justifiable."
Evening service at 7:30, subject,
"The Sabbath Observance."
Sunday School and Bible Class at
11:30 a. m., -
Mission CiVcie Tuesday afternoon
at 3:06, iri tlie church.
.: The annual business meeting
Thursday evening, supper served at
§:00; nil mem'bres of th'e church and
"congregation  are asked  to  attend.
I     Ptfestyteriah
' Church
Rev. .6. T. McClintock, Minister.
Phone 295L.
,   Rev.-Peter Strang, D. D., Supt.
• of Missions,   Province   of   Saskatchewan, will preach morning
: and evening. 	
Morning subject, "Recruits for
the Ministry and Stewardship."
Evening subject, '.'The Conditions arid Needs 0C Our Horiio
Mission Work.in. Canada," illus-J
trated by charts. ■/.'
SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 2:30
Monday, 3 p. m.—Special  Meeting of Ladies' Aid.
Monday, 7:30—C. G. I. T.
Tueaday, 7:30—Trail  Rangers.
Thursday—Tuxis Boys.
Bean Supper at 6:15.
Any irnembor or adherent who
has not received envelopes for
.the year 1619, or any^ desiring, a
set, pleaso'noflfy Mrs, N. Mur-
jhy, Kandylirid, Baiter street,
] phono iO-6.   " "    *    "   '
A   WELCOME   AWAITS   YOU
. AT ST.* PAUL'S
*+
Church
Pastor, Rev. W. W. Abbott.
Morning Subject—
j "Christ Our Lord*
I
Evening subject—
"The Deceitftilness
of Sin"
At the evening service there
will be an anthem by the choir
and a duet by Mrs. R. Turner
and Miss E. Ferguson.
Sunday School will be held ut
2:30.
5ir.he Rev. W. .1. Sipprell, D. D.,
oi yancouver, will, be with us
fdr-bur anniversary services on
Buii-<torf'_ March 2nd. Keep this
mmtffciiftd liuti't tntka hearing
Vmm
mmmm
CoVp. Richard (Dick) Whitehead of
Nelson lias been decorated with the
Military Medal, according to u letter
received in the city. The medal was
presented to lilm, by General Sir Arthur Currie.
Corp. Whitehead was one of 1000
soldicn. chosen. to Cfirry the Union
U'ack Into Germany, and was one ol
those forming a guard of honor to
General Haig. ,
He went overseas  in  1915  with C
company  of i the   54th  Kootenay  battalion  and  was. a former member oL j
The   Daily   News   staff.
He has been In the trenches since
April, 191G. ln his letter he snys he
does not know how he escaped so well
and that he has had some great experiences. He says he hopes to return
to Canada in March.
REACHES CITY
Representative of British Seamen and
Firemen  Will  Speak at  Mass
Meeting Tonight.
Peter Wright, representative of the
tlie l.rltisli merchant seamen.a -.and
firemen's union, arrived in Nelson at
11. o'clock last night in the private
car of W. O. Miller, division superintendent of the Canadian Pacific rail-
wa'y. with him were J. J. Stiver, his
manager, and W. O. Miller. The party
was met at the station by J. P. Forde,
representing the Nelson branch of the
Navy league, under whose auspices he
came to the city.
Mr. Wright will speuk only at the
muss meeting tonight. He explained
last night to Mr. Forde that owing to
the numerous engagements he has had
since coming to Canada, it would be
impossible for him to spealc at a
luncheon   in   the   afternoon.
The mass meeting proper will begin
touigm iu S: 15' sharp' "i'ri the opera
house, but beginning at 7:45 patriotic
and sea songs will bo sung, the. audience being asked to join in tlte choruses. Printed leaflets will be distributed. . .
Al 8:15 .1. P. Forde. representing tlie
navy league, will take the chair, and
Mayor*,.). A. McDonald, on behalf uf
the citizens of - Nelson will deliver an
address of welcome to Mr; Wright.
The rest of the evening will be taken
up by Mr. Wright, whose subject "will
be "Hun Atrocities, and-the Messiige
of lho British Seamen to the Workmen
uf Canada."
Two front rows of seats in the
opera house will be reserved for the
use of returned soldiers and their
wives. „ .....
SPECIAUST SAID
HE MUST OPERATE
mm
TiyESnbite«cl.
eel Health.
FAIR SOdETY
ELECTS OFFICERS
Agricultural and Industrial Association
Holds Annual   Meeting—Exhibition Date la Not Set,
Officers were elected, but tlio date
for the fair was not decided on at the
innual meeting of tlio Nelson Agricultural and.Industrial association, which
was held last night in the board of
ti'aile roorns. ,    ,__j
Honorary officers, and directors for
tho coming year were elected as follows: Honorary presidents Premier
John Oliver and Hon. Martin Burrell;
honornrv vice-presidents, Hon. Martin
Burrell/lt. B\ Green. M. P.; Dr. W. O.
Rosy M. P. P.; W. O Miller and .lames
■Tbhnstbrie. directors, A. M. Black, W.
J. Sheppard, ,1. K. Annable A. W. Nagle, A. D. Emory, .1. W. Holmes, F. ,i.
Boles, R. G. Joy, R. V.Ramsden, Mrs.
C. V. Gngnon, Mrs. H. W. Hoss, J. A.
Irving. William Irvine, John Hyslop,
W. R. Jnrvis, George Horstead, N. M.
Cummins, F., A. Starkey, H. W. Robertson and A. Wlgg. .1. II. 1,-awrence was
elected auditor.
The officers of the association will
be elected at an adjourned meeting,
which will be held at a later date.
William Jrviue, president, in his report, urged the members of the board
lo greater efforts this year. He said
that not only should the members
make these efforts* Imt the ranchers,
merchants and all interested in the
welfare ot* the Kootenay country,
should cooperate toimake the 1919. fair
the best, ever held in the city. In closing his report Mr. Irvine thanked the
association for the support given him
during  his   term   of■-office.
i\ standing vote of- sympathy was
extended to Mrs. M. R. McQuarrie, on
the death of her husband, who was a
member of the board.
Votes of thanks were passed to the
'Uy council, the city electrical department, w. R. Jarvls and the press.
I               THE   WEATHER
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mux.
Nelson  	
....    22
36
Victoria    ;.
....    41  '
51
Kamloops	
....   :m
88
Prince Rupert  	
....    32
-__
Dawson .....	
....  -1*5
-8
Winnipeg   	
4
I'll
San Francisco  	
....    5')
50
Penticton   	
    ::■> ,
3!
Grand Forks 	
    is'
.1
Kaslo	
....   ::b
3f,
Vancouver   	
....   ■-.'■1
•12
IJarkervllle    ■
....    o
30
Attfn    	
....     0
24   ■
Calgary	
....  16
36'
Portland   	
.'.,.   42
43
Port Arthur  ......
..... 1(1
24
Cl'iinbroolt   ,,.,,-.,
....      i-
3.
Everything.   Set    for    Major     Rigky
Chapter Tea at Hume This
Afternoon
i KverytlVIng is in neadinc-H, tho last
detail has been completed, ami the
scene is 'set for - the Major Uigby
.Hmior girls tea, wbieh is to.be held In
the Hume- tea room this afternoon.
The affair will open promptly at ."
o'clock and the girls hope that shortly
after that hour they will begin to "get;
busy" serving tea and to be thus kept
busy, right up till the 6 o'clock bell
rings, the hour they will ..lose the
doors and count the money which they
wilt use for the purchasing of coir-
forts for the boys overseas.
W. C. T. U. SENDS VALENTINE
GIFT TO BALFOUR BOYS
Between 70 and 75 quarts of .inim,
jellies; preserved fruits and pickles
will b:e forwarded today tu the soldiers _a Balfour s.m.tarium as a
valentine gift from the Nelson branch
of the Womens Christian Tempers net
union. , Mrs., B. U. Dawson has. '-eon
receiving oontrHmiions from (Uu
members and their friends for several
days.
The Causes of Backache Ban Be
Remedied
Many people aro apt to disregard
backache as being of slight importance.
Thia is wrong. A. backache should bo
accepted as a very grave warning that
the kidneys are not performing their
proper function, and need immediate
attention and assistance.
One ingredient of gin Ib a most beneficial agent in the toning up of the kldnoys and restoring theso vital organs
to their normal duty of eliminating tha
poisons from tho blood.
Gin Fills contain this ingredient,
together with other tested diuretics
and.antiseptics, without a suggestion
of alcohol.
Gin Pills are mado from .a formula
produced from tho results of scientific
research', and contain only ingredients
of tested and proven value.
When you feel backache coming on,
be warned and take Gin Pills at once.
It may save you a great deal of-suffer-
ing. Should you neglect the backache
or .pains in tbe side, you. stand in
danger of more serious ailments, such
as Sciatica, Lumbago, and Swollen
Ankles and joints, with their excruciating pains and prolonged dreaded suffering.
Gin Pills oan be obtained from
almost any dealer, and the price is only
d'O cents a box. You buy them on a
guarantee of satisfaction or your
money refunded.
The makers of Gin Pills will.be
pleased to send you a free sample if yon address your request to
the National Drug & Chemical Co. W
Canada, , Limited*, Toronto. U. S." residents should -address Na-Dru-Co.; Inc.,
202 Main St., Buffalo,' N.Y. m
On Hands and Fingers.  Could
Not Work. Cuticura Heated.
"After vaccination I was affected
with skin trouble on my left arm and
fitter it set in in both hand!
and my lingers. I suffered so
much I was unable to do any
kind of work, and it used to
keep me awake at night;-- t
suffered an awful Itching snd
burning, and my fingers were
swollen.
"I had the trouble over twenty-five
years when I read of Cuticura Soap
and Ointment.   I tried it with success
so I bought more, and now my hands
are healed." (Signed) Miss A.Cadleux,
Chambly, Canton, Que., Mhr. M, '17.
Use these stiper-ereamy emollients
for everyday toilet purposes and tons,
vent these distressing troubles,   :    .
For Free Sample Each by Mnll«.
dress post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A.
Boston, U.S. t\." Sold everywhere.
A Classified Ad. tttll bring resttitei
MME. F. GAAEAU
'■'.     153 Papincau Ave., Montreal.
"For three years, I suffered great
pain in the lower part of my body,
with swelling or bloating. I saw •
specialist, who carefully examined
me and gave ine'several tonics to
tnko, which did not help me. Theo
ho told me I must undergo an.opM*
ntion.   This, I refused to permit,
I hciiro. about 'Fruit-a-tives' and
tho wonderful results it was giving
because' thisvtcdicitte is made from
fruit juices, so decided to try it.
The first box gave great relief; and
I continued the treatment,' taking
six boxei mdre. Now, my health is
excellent — I am free of pain and
swelling--and I give 'Frult-artlves*
my warmest thanks".
Mme. F. GAEEAU.
50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial site 25c.
At all dealers or sent by Fmit-i-tiTea
Limited, Ottawa.
YMIR WOMEN SEND
$10 TO NAVY LEAGUE
..I'l.ou branch of the Navy lens'.-e
iMs receive.!, ii icontyihullon of -'lit from
tlie tsirtieK'; Ki-ijld at Ymir;* The moti.y
wn8..'.«iont. liy Mr-''. \V. 1:. .lulan.c __e-
i-etury of the {.ullti. \   ...•
Lives tin
ChatQptfsr
. l-aclfic Milk camo into the market with n6'-;_"j!_cial announcement
-other than H_-ov.-l|.e^„uavt_l,.*-' -
It waa liune'it ami pure and had
to find Its .lu't-e on these merits.
Mrs. Muiilfer. told one ■ Of bur
young laities that she has used it
slnee tin. first time she saw it on a
_T_'aer's shelf. She does not believe
It posslblo that other milk could be
as Rood and at the samo time eost
US little.   .     .. '   .•	
There are "many others who know
Pacific .Milk like this.
Pacific Milk€o.,LirnMd
Factory ut  Ladner,  B.C.   '
Canada   Food   Board   License   14-156
Don't Wear
a Truss!
After   Thirty   Years'   Experience   We
Have Produced an Appliance for
Men,  Women  or  Children
That Cures  Rupture.
WE   SEND   IT   ON   TRIAL
If you have  tried  most everything
else, come to i!s.,:.'r*i»hei--. others Tall Is
where we have our greatest success.
Send  attached  coupon  today and  we
Tbo Above is C, E. Brooks, Inventor of
the Appliance.     Mr.  Brooks   Cured
Himself of  Rupture  Ovor 30 Years
Ago   and   Patented   the   Appliance
from   His  Personal   Experience.    If
Ruptured,    Write    Today    to    the
Brooks    Appliance    Co.,    Marshall,
Mich,
will send you free our Illustrated.book
on Kupture and Its cure,-showing-'our
Appliance and giving you prices and
names of many people who have tried
It and,were cured.   -It. gives instant
relief when ull others fail.   Remember,
wc uso no salvos, no harness, "'no lies..
Wo send on trial to provo what wo
say is true.    You arc the judge and
once having seen our illustrated book
and rend it yuu will he as enthusiastic
as our   hundreds   of. patients  whose
letters yoi.--t.ivh uiso ; read.    Fill' etui
tree coupon  below an'd\ mall ■,'today;
It*s well worth your time whether you
try our Appliance or not; ,
FREE.  INFORMATION    COUPON
Brooke. Appliance Company,
519B State St., Marshall, Mich.
'-lease send me by mail. In pluhu
tvrappor, your lllustrn'ted. hook and'
full Information, uliout your Appliance for"tho cure of rupture.       \ ,
Name ...\. '...,..'....'..;.,.'
I Addross   ............,..','.,.....'..,,'.....
City     State......'..:'.'.";
CONDENSED ADVERTISING RATE8
One.Insertion, per word .........   lc
Minimum charge ................ 25c
Six   consecutive   insertions,   per >..
word, paid in advanco ..........   4c
Twenty-six consecutive .insertions
(one month) per word, paid In
advance   ........ ............... ,15c
Melson News of tho Day Column
j - per word each .Insertion v........   2c
Minimum, charge per Insertion.. 26c
Black, face, type, per word, each Insertion    3c
In black face capitals, per word,
per Insertion    4c
dingle  line  black  face  capitals,
used as heading 20c
Births, one, Insertion  SOc
Marriages, ono insertion, up to five
lines ...........v......'.'.      SOo
Additional Mnei, per line ...... 10c
Deaths, ono insertlon,np to tin. ...
lines ........:.-.....i....'.-..v..';. SOB
Additional line.,-per tike ...... 10c
.ard of thanks, one, insertion, 'up
to  f'vo lines ...............u,. COc
Additional lines; per' Une ...,,..-. 10c
Each subsequent InRertloU ... i ;.i *' 26c
Death and Funeral -Notice '......11.00
All condonsed advertisements are
caBh Inadvano*.
In computing the number of words
n b. classified-, or NelSoh Newa of the
Day advertisement count.-each word.
lollar .mork. abbreviation, Initial letter
und.figure as one word '.,.*- :..
Advertisers <ar_ reminded that It is
-ontrary tb-the.prdviblphs.pf the postal laws to have letters addressed to
initials only; therefpre any advertiser
feslraus of concealing his. or hor Iden-
ity may use a box at tht? otfice 'with-
jut; any ..extra ch'arit- if replies -.ire
..-ailed for; it replies are to be', mailed
•o advertisers, allow 10 cents extra "In
.iddltlon to price of advertisement to
limy postage.        ''.'■'.
16       MALE   HELP   WANTED
ANTED—Sawyer for portablb mill
'bave ffbo'd proposition for right-hind.
^•Uox 1619,' Dally News. ,, (1510)
is 81toatio,ns, Wanted—male
.■*-***>*****v**v..-,. i.,.j.w,J J^-i**.'i -*!**'
YPUNG MAN DcsireB to obtain Ught
, :%imi v,-ou*d; work- foj- smitjl ■ wages
to begin, tfltli * -willliag 'jo learn tAide
"-iApply Ife'.Hodge, tBox .'l,i-H;. .Phono-
3621.1,   '-. ' ;-.:-   -.■■■.  ;',:,■..' .-■!! (.1432)'
14 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
KOrt   ItENT—One   Furnished   Thrce-
noom Suite.—Ken- Block.       (1416)
FOIt   REN-**—Clean  Will  Furnished
feour-Room Suite.—E07 Silica street.
Jim}
FOR RENT—Ih Amiable tloclc, single
;  rooms,  two-room suites.-.,    ; (1417)
S-URNISHED   UO.Olt, with   sleeping
porchmid .phone;   breakfast if .do*
sired.—-117   Carbonate street..     (1400)
42
MATRhdOlMY
;li.-\t:HlSI.(llt, age 33.' worth Jjri.OOO;
: would mnrry.—5*-llox- .35, teaglie,
Toledo', Ohio: (1548)
MARRY—Many rich. Particulars lice.
—F.   Morrison,   L3052   W.   Holden,
Seattlo,'Wash.; . (1418)
SOUR .l'-llTUni. KOP.ETOI.D-Scnd
j tllmo, nj;e, hirthdate -for truthful',
reliable, eonvineing trial reading.—
Haiioi Huiise';.'**.'-. '1408, I.os Aii'geles,
Cal.'"      '      '    ■ (1368)
WlpdW--and   .Maiden,   worth   -..0,000,
anxious td'iiiarry. hoiiorable gentle*.
men'.—Write     Mrs.     Warn;'     22-ltft
jcB'plo, Los Angeles, Cal. (1,3..?)
PAY    YUUR    OtT-Ol.'-TOWN    AC-
counts by Dominion Express Money
pi-dpi-s.   l'-ivti,dollars costs three cents.
SECOND   HAND  DEALERS
THR ARK,pays cash for. second hand
furniture, stoves; 600 Vernon; Ph. ,651.
■     ' -'(1418)
18
ARTICLE!.  FOR  SALE
KITCHEN STOVE for Sale. Rood condition;    also '  small ' wrlnger.-.513
Latimer. (1518)
20— -
.'OR,    SALO-lilnck     Velvet    Dress,
novel* - worn;   also Good Tent.—Box
(408, Dolly News: (1408)
FOR   SALE—liedroom  furniture,  extension, dining table and upholstered
.ahy   sleigh,    steel   runners.—Comer
Hail and Hoover. ', ■- •   (1487)"
ffOR   SALE—Uell   organ,   first   class
condition, reasonable offer for.cash;
[lSo   chickens.—A.' W.   Hawes,   High
ti-ect,.near. school.  •.',' (1184).
■WANTED—^Married Coiipto, no ,'chll-
■■-'di-en,. to work, on.runclj; man must
be first-class teamster'; woman tb do
housework ahd cooking.—tApply Box
1268,, Dally News.       ' (1410)
PEACE WORK' at' War Pay' gutirah-
" teed for three years. Knit urgently
needed socks 'for us on tho fast, simple
AUto-Knlttcr. ' Full particulars today,
3o stamp.*-TAiito-knlttor Co., > Dept.
88C, 007 College street, Tororlto. (1466)
.IJANTED—Flvo- Piecemakers to 'Cut
'--iiFonc©    I'osts    and    Poles,—Salmo
iCeiia  .Company; Parks Siding, B.C"
'  . ,        . (1630)
12 SITUATIONS •*ANTHe-VFEMALi_
WIDOW,  with, three' boys,  wishes a
Position as Housekeeper on ranch In
B^ O.; near school; boys able'tD .milk
and dp chores.—Box 1320,; Daily- News.
•'.    r   '■-;'.   .-■'.':■ .','.'.'■• .(1320)
•tVHi.TE"T\'YA;NDofTE and: Leghorn
Cockerels, .While Leghorn pay-Old
Ohicks and Hatchlnr* HJggsL.Toulouse
Geeso Kggs.—.maimers, Thrnh.s.'(14(l.)
WANTEB—Position, as .Hou_ekoepr.i
'' by ■ woman with' two girlii oh ranch,
hear- school,, in. B.C.—^.px'■ 1(408, Daiiy
KeWs.   : '      ....-''      '     .'(l'iQ.i
IS  ! -PROPERTY   FOR  SAlF"
FOR .KAil*F.^-,T«o.Doltlilo Cornel* Lotii
in^ Nelson pit ti-am- ltneB, cla'.:o. in;,
wlllln'g^td.accept -good 'family .cow or
small launch in pari payment; what
pff.i'B'/r—Box 1540-; Dally News; (1540)
FOR ..SALE—Elglit-Acre   Ranch,   one
6f thb best iii the Kpoteitays'; "partly
impiroved.—For full  particulars iippiy
Box' 1507, .Billy Ne>ys." -'' (1507)
FOR. SALE—Fully Equipped -Sawmill,
v capacity 15 to 20. m.l'^et; timber
limits In connection; logsing 'Camp, in
opemtioh; lacttl market; 'sacrli'lco
price.—p. StDenis. (1504):
Remit by Dominion Express. AloUey
Order. If .lost or stolen ypu'feet ydiir
money back. .. . *'.
WHEN REPI.YI_JO TO ADVERTISE-
mi'ht's IhConde'hscd Columiiii; kihdlj
mention'yon saw it in Thi_. News—it
will help you. ,
22 . MI»CELLA^E»US^WANTED	
WANTED—To    Rent   Piano;    terms
reasonable.—P:0. Box 274.   .   (1033)
WANTED—Root Cutler for Cuttle.--
Hamilton, Perry/Siding. (15-1^
WANTED — Split:   Cediir"... Posts.—
ivootcnay I*tikes pedu'r :Co., Nelson,
B.e; ' ■ ;"     .';:'      ' ' !(i5*5V
■il>      LIVESTOCK FOR  SALE
|FS5nSf^---Krre^rea^__in^^
extra 'heavy-mllkcr, duo to freshl
18th:—A. Cameron, Balfour,-. _j.C- (149"
LMPRO.VE'- YOUR CATTLE—Buy
.grandson .of: 'Grand view titot
champion Ayrshire of Canada; reco
Sl.-liS PDunds..milk and 800. jiaup
bdtter fat.—H. Bourgeois _c Co., Cifci
dent-Valley^ B.C.' '.-- .. -1.(151,.
37—,
regee
it.       POULTRYAND EGOS
l^BE\VWtTwyHmSnr^n(lHE
-Leghorn Cockerels, $4 each; tw
Uanareil • eg-g PecrlesB ■ tncuhitov: !vb
brooder, |30.—Jowett .Bros. EdgpVpbi
■   ;........'.':.,   "■:' ' -r- ■-..'iiWhl
FOR SALEr-iWhlie, Wyandotte Coi-;it
:■ oj-«1»: fron),prlieo-winning: ?S^fV#
'children's contest of government sot
tthg»: ' price f4—Matrwln Quanui
lioBson, B.C.'        V     '• .'.-.v.   ..',>(1_2
FOR SALEf-One-rair Mammoth Toii
louse Goose, winners', -flfst lirize ai
AvinteV .fair,' $16.—Wills, Gi-anite Road
'Nelson, B.'C,' ,"■ -      . ' (1601)
CHICKS AND KGGS FOR
HATCHING IN  SKASON
—White" .'Legho-Us.-.-C.;o\vn
idll'-I-Unlti-y Farm, Balfpyr.
;;--'. ,,-.:..;    : -* -. -risrso>
LApG-E.   {Selected    Brcd-to-LaY  i %C.
White Leghorn's; booking orders for
hatching,  eggs.—,i.',' B; - Bliss,   Nelboii.
horio 32.1.1 (1477)
F(>H:SALB---Rosc CombHhoclc Island
-Red Baby Chicks; also a few White
Wyandottes;'.-March'. '30c; April, 25c.-r-
R. H. ilakcr. Baker's Landing, near
KOotcnay Bay. (1476)
"firiiiE: W3.ANDOTTES, Regal strain,
'w.lnnlngSu.th'ls season: 15' firsts, «
irpoeiars, 21 -other prl.es. Booking
ordera for. liatchlhg eggs.—Albert J*.
Athiinton, ilo-emont,  Nelson.      (1407)
FOiCsALE—Pkks a^tTHaby^hrcksi
Kggs: Reds. Leghorns. M. Rocks,
WJ-undottcs in ..-quantity. Egg Set-
tituts: Ancona-s, Reds, .Ihiff anil Blue
Orpingtons,, White Leghorns. - Chicks;
Reds, Wyandottes and Leghorns. Leg-
hurri a. C. cookcrcls, R. I. Red S. C-
cockerels. Just a few-left. CLASSY
STOCK—Prices, apply to A. H. Bin-
mehauer, Ney>. topnyer, B.C.    _..(13.?8),
DOMI.-ifloN EXPR12SS nioiiey orders
arc op sale in five thousund offices
throughout Canada.-        .-'.'■'
37   BOATS AND AUTOMOBILES
WANTKD—Socond-hnnd   Rpwboat' 'Or
Canoe; '-'cash;—Delvllle,   proctor. -
_______!____.'':. '        tfjgt
49    '    "FARMS FOR SALE
cTfTlTT?AltM^LA?rD--:^
w.cll, . settled.-.- districts 'in Wes'tei ii
Canada; low ' prices; twenty yetirs to
pay; . irrigated' Juno's jn Sliniiy
Southern Alberta,. with, loan uf $20.0
In ..improvements ■ to . assist new ,so'l-
tlers. Act now—thoy, ui-o'.going: ifa.t.
For ,1'ree-booklets and full information
write: li. K. Brown, 626 Hastings
Street, Vancouver, or Allan Cainerati,
general stiperinlendent CP.R. hinds
085 1st Street,. East Calgary.   *( 15-17)
WHEN, REPI*-1TING TO ADVEIlTISE-
ments in Condonsed Columns, kindly
mention you saw it In Tho News—II
will help you,
26""""MACHINERY F25^SiLX_-~.
W_i2_TsELl^^---i*uHuTo Gasoline Marine
Motor, 2 byl., 4 cyclb, 3-4 h.p; can be
seen running.. WILL .BUY—Good
Light ■ Weight' Marino -Motor, 2 cyl., 8
or 10 h.p.—Address Box 1406, Dally
News.  ' * (1496)
24   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
WANTED—Contractor to cut and deliver on railway 150 thousand posts.
r-Fojr particulars apply Box 1269, Dally
Newj.S'. .,'• 1. ..'.    :,., .-O-HA)
FOR.-:,. SALhVjm ■• Chevrolet- "-WO?
(.'e^j-bas bjoeui recently.ovd'rhauled tind
"-HipViipie.-i. .-' $650 cash takes. It. You
have ib' See,' it In order to appreciate
thi*.big bargain you arc- offered.--'
Sriie'dley-'s Garage. (.1513)
FO,]u>' SALE—Flvc*I'as_engor Ford
,'*i;o*_rlng:-*aar', , newly painted .and
overhauled; 1910 model; Al condition;
good' tires'; ' $-150.-—NolsOri Motor
Supply. ■:'.'-      ' ■ ,     (l!l»4>
\\-A>^l_4*Motdr ..Boat utid' Hoat
-liouse,;   must be cheap for cash.-*-
Box 351, Nelson, ll.C. . .' '.' (1538)
ij-jj ii   1 '    '   j    ' -1   n 1 j-Mft
28 M'SCELI^NEWl^^
ICE---PlocV*yo'ur Ico' Contracts WU6
A. J, MhcFarlnne, Mpyle, B.C. (1446)
GKOttGl. BEAUMONT has opened an
..Electrical Repair Shop, 514 Vorhon
Stree,t.   House', wiring; (1448)
A,', RANCHER'S • LH'E IN CANADA
i and guide .to-rural Industries; fruit
growing, poultry keeping, caponi-slng,
jltiCks-; geese, tutkoj;-s,BttlneaiJj:plgeoi>iii
hares, goats, bees, •I'lotvors. 25c. .po'st
PJ-ltl, by C. IT. Provan, Langley Fort,
B*;   ....   .'■.*.,'.' .'   ,:.'   (*t308)
ja-—     :~T"r'6R_SAt:r^_
BRIcks>To?r"salo,- I-Oules^lEpivSSe.
garden;   Building Lots In heart Oi
Falrvlo)ii;.. very  cheap.—B6S  977,  W.
uncock. /.'-.',.. ',-::;_-.. ■   (148^)
HOSPITAL8
Private  Hospital
y LICENSED BY PROVINCIAL
',. QOVERNHENT., :[ ..,„.. ,
i We givo particular attention j to. all
'emale trouble—home-like apartments
(or ladles awaiting acouchment Certified nurses sent out on private cases,
.own or, country,, Hlghest:-feferen(i»«,
reasonable terms, inspection:'Invited.,
Mrs. Moore, Superintendent.
THE  HOME   PRIVATE   H08PITAI-,
Falls and Baker Sts., Nelson, B&. •
Phone 372 fer Appointment
.,,.:■; 'P. O. Bok 772.'-. ■..■'■;
: ::-       <i42l)
accountants,,
vv. h. faloing,
Public Accountant, Bank; of Montreal
Chambers, Rotsland, B.C.
■,'•%; V'/.-xt' (tat)
^W^pO':^,mfi^a^p^t^
B.C., Allwrla »nd Dominiorr
•        t^8#RVEYir».
Crown;tsWb Aa»t1%it' V?tm Prlntlni
•- J. H. LAWRENCE, -
'•<    i .1    Accountant, Etc.   m"*'" •
Royal 'Bank Building, Nelson, B-C. *■'
:'    '-.:. &Wl   >-'XV.S),
WHEN,REPLYING TQ; APVBBiXiaE-
menta in Condehitad. Coluni-j|, kindly
mention .you saw. it In Tho News—It
Will help you.     ,
3=
1.     . BU8INES-* COLLEGE*.
NELSON    BUSINESS    COLI-'Eai.—
Day "And   night cldjises;   Complete
buslnes»; course.—Apply p;o. Boi 74Ci
sm
FUNERAL DIRECTOR",
'-*t**^+t*m*mm**m*lsflfrsfa'*S'*mrm.tmJ^^
rt_t*-¥     " -—*-«--   -
Of.J. HOB_**B^8!ON, F. D.jp. ScZ-i'M
'..'[Viotoria-.-.iitM.' Phone-292; night
,.Hpne.',}S7--I- (1425,
ASSAYERS.
E. W. WIDDO'v^s8S^'SxA-lf.f|. Nelson, B.C. Standard western charges.
V.'.   ■      .   (1426)-
FLORI8T8.
GRIZZELLE'S- GKBBNHOIJSES, Nelson.   Cut flower* ahd floral desUfns.
"■..;"..  ■!'.".-'•,;,'•"";..:: '--.'*■• •(--■j-)
ENGINEERS.
A. L. McCULLOCH,
- Hydraulic Engineer,
Provitielal LstnS Surveyor,
Baker-St., Nel.on, B.C.
<*42»)
l/;A^6.^NlA^.;
Mlniih. Englhear,
Coas>nitati«m»,--_Wr*)mv-4i»,' Bevelop.
- . rheht ttl(j«rt».       -
Hoom J, -HtSysi .-fc*n& »ldg„ Kcfcop.
' (1430)
CrtA-RY A JOHNSTONE,'
Mining  and iMetsllurgioal   Engineers.
Consultation,, ExamlnaUphs,   Reports,
-Ksttmates, Deslgjn of Mining ahd  '
- 'yMet_aiuiiiro4l,;l>lattt».'     .,
AtirroSHn -BiHtdlng. Nettoh, B.C;
:.Teltphone -IM..;. .   (.1431)
3t¥
cH'MK-SSIOri  MeWAaN   .
'; OOiMlSSION BASIS (— Can sell
small quantity beef and pork.—H. G.
joy, P.O. BOX 637, Nelson,' B.C, (1395)
' PHYSICIANS AND 8UR0E0N8
ii
Dr. Ar.T.Spanki©
'..- ».D«.aid.     ■     .«
: iBye,rio«», Ur-ti-l Throat >;■■ ]
■ - 1    Specialist ',4
,pffico. S|ilt*';;ia\-U_ New fe |
Burns Building, oorner 8th Ave.;;
aM 2nd Street .8,, Calgary   '
•JPBjSi|ii.V .Otflce, JU2.48; HoutJe; •
'"  ',       '  ''■'V01.   , . J,,;;
Interne and House Surgcoit,,
-MinlinVttan■'stye,!__ar, Nose anl-
Throat Hospital, New York C10S>t
1911-ltt- epeeialist   to   Calgary.
sg«iii>pl Board.     (1432) ™
mmmmmmmmmmwmm
WHOLE9A_,E.
■A..--M-e6dNAf<b: fe -co., whc
I.Bale Grocers ajid Provision i
cjaats. Jnawttert ol ,feae, col
Spices, • Dried, Fruits, Staple '
g»H«T': ^mfmfi/c!*ahtrcoosi CU
Hotter, Egg*, Cliees*. and Pag
Hou*e Products. Office and waroht
cbj™^of,S^ia>idKaSi streets, f,
.box 1095j telephones J8 and 23.. (II
WnEN_ti_t»*_,YlNG TO AbVBRTIBIl.-
. ments lh'Con^^d/Columns, ltWiny
mention s'oii _a-if;,'ft'WiTho Newa-^lt
will'help.you.
■{*■
AUCTIONEERS.
emerge**
C A. WAtiRilA'N & -SO.,.Opers,,S&[.
WU. CUTLER, AUCTION
f 47i;'i<h6n-_. TT. :,V''
Bo*
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155
ATURBAV.-feBRUAP.V IB. iM9.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAOE SEVEN    1
SERVES ALL ON TENSION?
% mother in the home, or a man or woman at busies®, with nerves undone and the system generally
.eling the strain, -should find wonderful help in
■94
Werful sedatives or strong medicines are habit-
. rming and dangerous. The logical help is a form
of nourishment abundant in tonic properties.
Scott's brings strength to the body, through nourishment that is felt in ev'sry part. If inclined to be
nervous, the logical t ,nwer is—Scott's Emvlsion.
Scott __Hown,
puRnimuR
GOVERNMENT
.••■'. .   '.'■ _        Yt'-'."
Is like buying Vjbtory  Bonds
an investment, not a
-.,,,' speculation
,     ', Flour License Nos; 15, 16, 17, 18    -
R.  F. Green Speaks   of   Repatriating
Veterans, Reconstruction and
Work of Government
**'*______*W*)I,
/_fS
I Gold
A cake of Gold Soap is not only big but
solid. It wears away slowly and evenly
without crumbling or softening. It can-
be used down to the thinnest wafer. For
this reason alone, Gold Soap is more
economical than Ordinary laundry soap,—
it goes farther. But a cake of Gold Soap
is bigger than any other laundry soap at
the same price,—more soap for your money.
It also is better soap—made only from
the best materials suitable for laundry
use.
Cold Soap is made in the Procter & Gamble Factories  ■
at Hamilton, Canada
 c
LOU'*"''*/
oid
So*p
Mayor J. A. McDonald was elected
president of the Neiaon Unionist association at the annual meeting in the
city hall last night, when the association adopted a constitution, passed a
resolution of confidence in Sir Robert
Borden as leader of the Union government and in R ,F, Green, M.P., as
Unionist member for the district, and
heard an address by Mr. Green on tlie
work of the government. The .Wc-i:
Kootenay member announced tha: il
was practically certain that daylight
"saving, which was tried as a war
measure, would be adopted as a permanent .measure by the statute lo bypassed at the coming session.
Sir Robort llorden was elected honorary president; Mr, Green, honorary
vice-president; Donald Guthrie, fir::'
vice-president; C. D. .Uaekwood, t.o.*-
ond vice-president; John Fraser, secretary; H. E. Dill, treasurer;, and th<
following as the executive, with powoi
to add to their number: K. C, Wragge
F. J. Boles, Airs. Guthrie, C. R. Hamilton, K.C, Rev. Fred li. Graham, Ale.-.
Leith, Dr. W. O. Rose, A. D. Emory
A. C, Dee, .1. H. Lawrence, J. E. Ann-
able, George F. Stevenson, T. A. Irving, Dr. \V. il. Willson, It. W. Hinton
H. iH*. Pitts, "W. M. Cunliffe, Henry
Waters, Mrs. W. O. Roso, . T. L,
Bloomer, I. G. Nelson, F. F. Payne,
Mrs. A. L. McCulloch, Mrs. E. Ai
Crease. This executive will Increase
its number to 35.  .
Rev. F. If. Graham, the retiring r.r.sL
vice-president,  wnu  in  the  chair.
Government United in Aims
The Union government, said Mr
Green, ln a brief address to the association, had been formed in a time o,
great stress and to carry out a definite purpose. Premier Borden hau
been placed in office in timo of peaia
and it was 'a tribute to him and to the
minister of finance and others o.
those of his ministers who had continued In lho government that in
Canada alone of the allied countries
had tho administration, remained under tho same leadership throughoui
tho struggle. In oilier allied countrier.
the leadership had changed at least
once; in some cases It hnd ehangt-
two or moro times. Canada was thi
first, of tne dominions to cable Great
Britain its determination to do Us pari
if Germany forced war upon tho Km-
plre and the government of Sir Robert
Borden had carried on tho war and
when it became advisable'to call in the
assistance of those who had been in
opposition, Sir Robert Borden had
irankly and Jn the face of strong ciiti-
cism reorganized the ministry en a
union basis, inviting to join him th
leaders of thoso of the opposite purl
who were at one with the gu'vernmen
on the supreme issue.
'.These men havo worked with ono
object in view, that of carrying on liit-
war and giving the country good government while the war was In progress. Now they are devoting themselves equally wholeheartedly to th-.'
great problems of reconstruction and
the repatriation of our soldiers. During all the time that the member*, of
the Union- government have been i:i
power I do not believe that there has
been the slightest quarreling in tho
cabinet or difference of opinion on the
supreme questions of the day," said
Mr. Green. The men who formerly
were In opposition politically now sU
beside their former opponents and my
information Is that there nas never
been a time when the cabinet was not
united on the great questions beloro
it."
"The Union government sincj it
was placed In  power,"  he continue.],
Tonight
THE NELSON BRANCH OF THE NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA HAS ARRANGED FOR A
Mass Meeting
\m m *mm mmmj■ *'*■ ■ ^mmm^mm»mrwmmmtnPe»mi»mM~mmm-*tmm-wmm*mmmmimmmmmmmBmmmwmmmmms^m*mmmmmmmmm
IN THE EVENING AT THE OPERA HOUSE, ON SATURDAY, FEB. 15. TO BE AODRE88ED BY
Wright
DELEGATE OF THE BRITISH SEAMEN'S AND FIREMEN'S   UNION.    THE   SUBJECT   WILL   BE:
German Atrocities, the Message of the British
btaiaen to the Workmen of Canada
and the Reconstruction Period
MR, WRIGHT IS A GREAT LEADER OF MEN AND A ROUSING SPEAKER. HE PLAYED NO SMALL
PART IN BRITISH WAR ACTIVITIES AND P0SSES8ES FIRST  HAND  INFORMATION.  COME AND
HEAR   HIM.
DOOR8 OPEN 7:45 MEETING BEGIN8 8:15 SHARP
Returned Soldiers Will Please Speak to the  Ushers About Seats.
Johnson's Orchestra-Admission Free
LADIES'WHITE
Underskirts
8NOW WHITE
SPECIAL VALUES IN
Irish Linen      Light Ground Prints
$2.35
$3.50
White Sale   '
Special    ....
White Lome, with flounce of deep
embroidery and under flounce edged
with torchon lace.   All sizes.
LADIES'WHITE
Underskirts
White Sale M QC
Special   .   . -y£i3f_l
Fine quality Lome with deep hand
embroidered Vandyke frill over an
under   flounce  of  lace.
LADIES'  WHITE
Underskirts
White  Sale
Special   	
White Lome of superior quality
with flounce of heavy embroidery
and insertion threaded with satin
ribbon, one Inch wide. This is a
very  superior garment.
OUR   LEADER—LADIES' WHITE
LORNE
Night Gowns
FinlHhed with handsomo yoke of
embroidered organdie.aud lace insertion, edged with lace; short sleeves
to match. Insertion threaded with
ribbon. White Sale
Special   	
Ladies' White Nainsook
Combinations
$1.25
fine qual-
$1.75
Ladies' Envelope Chemise
$2.25
Of fine quality, some trimmed lace and insertion.
All sizes.   This is a White Sale Special.
Heavy  weave,   suitable  for  drawn
thread work; 45 inches wide.   White
Sale price, per
ard	
PURE  WHITE ADMIRATION
$1(50
Past washing colors; good wearing
quality; with blue, pink and black
designs. White Sale, per OK__
yard    __«Jb
PURE WHITE
Cotton Voile       English Flannelette
Perfect., weave,    fino    quality;     40
inches wide.   White Sale
Price      	
79c
Strong, even weave; 35 inches wide.
White .Sale,  per
yard 	
30c
$1.35
Saturday Specials in Our
Shoe Department
Boys' Unlined Urns Calf Blucher, Vlscollzed Soles, as noar waterproof as possible for a leather
Boot. Sizes 1
to !
Main Floor.
$3.75
We have just got a few pairs of
Ladies' Boots in small sizes, all
black.   Weekend QQ QQ
Special    -t_p.ti.JU
Second Floor.
Men's  Black   Kip  Work
Blucher cut, Solid
Leather Soles 	
Main Floor.
$4.49
Men's Heavy Work Boots, heavy
Pebble Leather; sizes   QQ 7K
n to 11  $>jif 3
Main Floor.
il Wee Ticket on evcr-yHiin»
8ATURDAY  SPECIALV"""
Navel Oranges, rich coloredj juicy
fruit, per dozen SOo and 40o
Florida Grape Frulte, largo size,
m-*1*  1Bo
sweet Potatoes, por lb 10o
Hothouse Lettuce, per lb 45e
Golden West Soap, fi-bar pkt..26e
Pliro Ontario Honey, 5-lb tin...1.95
Cooking Pigs, 2 lbs. for  45s
"t'ellow Cornmeal, 7-lb. sack Wo
Robin Hood Rolled Oats,' 8-lb.
s'*cl-  60c
Clark's Pork and Bean-
Small tins, 3 for  25o
Medium tins, 2 for  ..'..'■.'.Wo
ii
B. CO.TEA8 ARE BEST
VALUE
II. 13. Company's Tea, No. 2, 1-lb.
packet  66c
If. B. Company's Tea, No. 1, 1-lb.
packet    .     ,-.76c
H. B. Co.'s Bulk Teas    60o
3 lbs; for $169
Castile Soap, per bar  30c
Tomatoes,  2's,  Okanagan  pack,
tfn  20c
Peas, 2's, Horseshoe. 2 tins for   36c
°
OUR SUPPLY OF GARDEN
~EEDS HAVE ARRIVED.
YOUR SUPPLY NOW.
.rdenI
I. GET I
n.      !
While Sale
Special 	
Handsomely trimmed lace.
Special line In the3e Garments, extra _lne_quality, trimmed lace ond insertion.   All
sizes.   White Sale Special	
Ladies' Night Gowns
$2.7
Special Whito
Sulo	
Of fine quality lawn, with round yoke, trim
med with lace and insertion.
Ladies' Corset Covers
In great variety of fine quality Lome,
trimmed with lace and embroidery. White
Sale  Spe- OC„ Cl   OK
c_>i  -Jul* to <p i ■<-.«;
Ladies' Lome Night Gowhs
White Salo '/■     J   jj   |"
$1.95
Special    ;.,.'
Square necks of torchon lace    and    insertion,
threaded with ribbon. All sizes.
LADIES' WHITE LORNE DRAWERS.
White Sale QKa
special     OUW
Opon  or  closed styles,  trimmed with organic
embroidery.   Large nnd medium sizes.
Bettor -riuallty of fine Longcloth, trimmed with
insertion and embroidery.   A very superiar garment.   White Sale
Special   	
$2.50
sorts Ba||ipiiany
INCORPORATED ICfTO
"has passed the necessary legislation
fur the prosecution of tho war, It ap-
pcalod to tho people for the sinews
of war nnd tho jieoplo responded very,
very nobly indeed. There is not a
man in this room who wauld have
thought 10 years ago that we could
raise a loan of fivo or ten million dollars in Canada. Canada when tin-
war began was a borrowing country.
It got its money from abroad, particularly from London, for the Dominion, for ihe provinces and for the
municipalities. But the war hny
shown us that we aro able to sunport
ourselves. Money was found to carry
on tho war and it will be found t-»
carry on in time of peace, to develop
our industries and our natural resources."
Great  Problems  in  Hand
Great   problems   faced   the  gove.-i.-
tie Built Jiis House
With fflis Owa Hands
AND   THE   HELP   HE   GOT   FROM
DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS
Mr.  Neil   C.   MacCallum, of  Brackley
Point,   P.E.I.,   Tells a  Story  of   In*
terett to All Sufferers from  Kidney
Ills
BRACKLEy POINT, Queen's County, P.K.I., Feb. 14.—(Special.)—Mr.
Nell C. MeCallum, an old resident oi
this popular littlo summer resort,
never tires of showing visitors over
his beautiful home, which is the wor!;
of his own hands. And he always
flnhd.es with the declaration:
"I never could havo done this but
for the benefit I received from Dodd's
Kidney Pills."
"I was brought up on a farm," Mr.
MacCallum continue.*, "but about ten
years ago I took a very sore back. I
tried plasters and pills without getting
any real benefit.
"Then I thought I would try Dodd's
Kidney Pills. Two boxes of them
made mo all right again. A ytar later
I felt it coming on again, but another
box of Dodd's Kidney Pills drovo H
away. Now I just tako ono or two
boxes as a spring medicine, and you
can seo how healthy I am. I built this
house from basement to chimney myself."
Dodd's Kidney Pills are purely .\
kidney remedy.
FIG TREATMENT ACTS LIKE
MIRACLE FOR COSTIVENESS
Figs have boon aptly called "Nature's laxative," Not only aro tney
positive In thoir action, but they assist In restoring normal condition:!,
that natural functioning mny be
brought about—Instead of encouraging
the "cnthurllc habit." The most palatable, convenient and Inexpensive
way to use figs for tlio purpose is to
procure about 26 cents' worth of "flg-
llts" from tho drggist and tako oin
overy night for awhile. Plglits offer
the most wonderful remedy yet discovered for consultation, laxy liver,
biliousness, Indigestion; headaches, ot".
They do not Injure the lining of stomach, intestines or kidneys. Thoy jjrtf-
duco no weakening after-effect; on the
contrary, thoy have a doclded tonic effect so that tho entire system Is ben?-
fIteO..
ment. Jt had lo carry tho burden of'
the reconstruction of commerce, of
making expenditure's on tlio devel.-p-
ment of tin. country's natural resources so that tho raw materials
could be produced and tbo finished
products sold in tho markets of the
world and there was the great task
of repatriating tho soldiers and gutting  thom  back   into civil  lifo.
Repatriation was a tremendous task.
The men who wero coming back now
were not tlio namo men who went
away four yoars ago. Many of the
soldiers In pre-war days wero in sedentary occupations. During the war
they had lived in the open, close to
nature, undor tho stress nnd excitement ol battling for life, it would bo
difficult fur them to settle down to
humdrum civilian life.
The Returned Man,
Canadians as a body were mon
trained to stand on their own feet, to
make their own decisions and to carry
thom out In their own way, to shoulder
their own responsibilities, Pour hundred thousand Canadians had joined
the army? whero practlcaly all responsibility was taken from them,
whero they were taught that a soldier's
first duty was obedience, where ho
was clothed and fed and lodged. Those
l acta must be remembered. It was
necessary that patience should be ex-
rcised until tho men recovered from
tho Intensive training they had had. A
returned man got a position. He was
rcsi.ve and anxious for change. Don't
say in cases of this sort that you have
given a returned man a Job, that he
was no good, and so on. Dn't. blame
him. Tho returned men will get back
into civilian life and civilian manner
of living, but it can't be dono In a
fow days," said the mombor for West
Kootenay.
Mr. Green spoko of the transition
from war conditions to conditions of
peaceful production and of tho part
the government would lay. It hod to
take caro of this period of transition.
It had to take moans to enable the
captains of Industry to chango from
tho manufacture of war munitions to
the manufacture of products for peace
times and while this change wns in
process it had to tako tho necessary
moans to provide work.
Land Settlement,
Touching on tho land settlement
question, Mr. Oreen pointed out that
while 10,000 soldiers had expressed a
deslro to go on tho land In British
Columbia ho believed that outsido of
thoso who had previously boon on tho
land, or who took courses in farming, not 10 or IB per cent would stay
on the land tong enough to become
enamored of It. Tho governmont realized this ami when a man desired to
go on the land it first asked if he had
had farm experience. If lie had not,
then ho was given a course in farming. The govornmont went furthor
than this. It paid him whllo ho took
tho course, while those who went on
tho land were provided with funds with
which to establish themselves. But
thoy must first prove theyknew something of the business or take a course
in farming.
Courses in vocational training wore
provided for Injured mop who desired
to learn trades and Mr. Green intimated that these courses Iti the future
might bo extended to include uninjured as woll as Injured men.   To do so
would cost a largo sum, but ho believed that the government was big
enough and broad enough lo soo that
It was -done.
Mr. Green referred to tlio 10.000 requests wbieh tlie minister of militia
had rocelved from parents who wished
their sons brought back Immediately
ind dealt with tbe impossibility of discriminating. Tb'.1 government waa demobilizing the men much more rapidly
than could lmve been accepted when
the shortage of ship tonnage and the
accomniodiition needed .for the hundred:-, o{ thousands of American soldiers who were carried in British
ships  was considered.
Dispersal  Stations,
He said thore had been a good deal
)f criticism of the procedure under
which men bad to go to tbo coast to
get their discharges. He had been
ono of those making this criticism.
And ho referred to -(.he proposed
change In plana under which dispersal stations are to be opened at Nel
son, Pernio und Revelstoke for the Interior,
Touching on questions. Mr, Green
referred to the improvements which
were being made in this connection
and pointed out that the Canadian
scale was without exception the highest In tho world.
Asked regarding the abolition of the
senate, Mr. Green said that he had
heard of no serious movement to abolish the upper chamber, as it was a
valuable, check nn the lower house,
but there was a feeling that It should
be  reformed.
WINNIPEG, Feb. 14.—The conference of delegates representing the
womens societies of tho Dom in ten
heltl only a brief session today, fo -
lowing the formation yesterduy nf a
federation of womens societies from
every province In Canada, except
Princo Edward Island. Ono. hundred
thousand Canadian women are included In the federation.
 mmw
W HABE EIGHT   1
TH? DAILY NEWS \
UNEQUALLED TOU OBNBRAl UU
HI. I*. TIBRNBY, General Bale* Agent
Nalaon, S. C.
,>. Oars supplied to all railway polnU.
Music Teachers
DO YOU WANT PUPILSf
An advertisement In Tbe Dally New.
will put you In touch with them.
THE ARK
Fa-story Cotton, 82-ln., 100. <•-
In., SOU and 22'/s0. Ootorad Flan*
neletle, 30c and 36o.' Apron
Oingham, 39-ln., 35c and 400-
Middy Cloth, 36c. Man'a Work'
8hirts 31.26. Man'a Work 8hoss,
84.00- Twasd Panta, 32.00.
Lumberman'a Rubbers, 33-00
Man'a Sweaters, 32.00- Ladles'
Sweaters, 84,00. Boys' Sweatere,
31.80. Nest Egse, eaoh, 5C- Cups
and Saucers, *4 .doz., SI.50.
J. W. HOLMES
Phone 68 L KM Varnon tt.
"T"«    OMhe numerous afflictions to which humans are subject
Eczema
Is one of the most persistent and annoying and in many eaaea painful.
There are a great many oures and rsmedies
Swaizema Is a Well Tried Preparation
26,000 Bottles sold under guarantee which spsaks for the merits of this
wonderful dure.
SWAIZEMA   SELLS    FOR $1.00 A BOTTLE.
_^^^^ _ AT THE _	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
Kodak Supplies, Proscriptions our Specialty. Mail Orders Filled Promptly
<itto
Matinae 2:30.
Nell
Shipman
W_to'*is;a native ot British Columbia, hailing from Victoria,
and incidentally a mighty fino
actress, in a 6-part Vitagraph
Blue Ribbon.
"Ihe Wild Strain"
13tti Episode of
"THE FIGHTING TRAIL"
Monday
BRYANT WASHBURN
In     '
"Tha GHOST of the RANCHO"
ECIDB FOR yourself. Here are three
men. One needs
glasses, one has the
third sought to save money and
got the Wrong kind. If you need
glasses you can avoid the nils-
takes made by the third man.
Have us examine your eyes, design and make glasses that wll)
meet your individual requirements.   Consult us today.
J. O. Patenaude
Specialist in Optloa
Coal and Wood
FOR THE BEST OF COAL
Gait Lump, @  ..$10.50
Gait Nut, __        8*1
AND FIRST-CLA88 DRY WOOD
Tameraok, 12-inoh, @   $0.00
Tameraok, 16-inch, @  ........ IM
8EE THE
MacDonald Cartage &
Fuel Company
P. M. S.
FOR   MILL   AND   MINE   TRANSMISSION   WORK
ITS    FRICTION    SURFACE     ELIMINATES
SLIPPAGE     AND     PERMITS     MAXIMUM
TRANSMISSION   OP   POWER
HOSE
"EFFICIENCY" AIR  DRILL HOSE
"LION" PNEUMATIC  TOOL  HOSE
"MULTIPED" WATER HOSE
RED  SHEET  PACKING   FOR  STEAM
HYDRAULIC   PISTON   PACKING
WE  CARRY   COMPLETE   STOCKS  OP   LINES
MANUFACTURED   BY
Guttapercha & Rubber Limited
f Ul...      .U .       - '.   ., >i ',- . £l .„■    ;   '    '!    . ''••'■> :''.'.• ';
jj I '  II" I'UI '•' i   I' '      'I  ""  '        "
food-Vallance Hardware
■fine ...+ >» Mi 'I 'M Mil ..+.4
j Social and Personal \
• ;■•■ •
WHOLESALE  AND   RETAIL
,   B.C.
aasaassssssaaas»<..>>a»»i
Mrs. Garland Poster arrived In the
city last night from Balfour.       ,
G. B. Matthew haa returned to the
city ,from his ranch nt Riondel.
Dr. M. J. Vigneux Is expected to arrive ln Nelson from the coast on Monday.
Will A; -Ellotson, Jr., of Rossland
came Into the city last night to spend
the weekend with friends.
* _r—
Mrs. Richard 'White and children of
Silverton are the gu#sts of Mrs. Mon-
tassor of Fraivliw.
..Tames Avis, who has been Ul In the
Kootonay Lake General hospital for
several weeks, had sufficiently recov-
ered to return to his home yesterday. _'
Sfiss MoArthU. of Greenwood Is expeoted In the city tonight to take up
the position df matron of the Kootenay
Lake General hospital.
Stanley Pltner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Pltner, entertained a number of
friends to a Valentine party last evening at his home on Hall street. Tho
house wob decorated with valentines
n tlio form of hearts and cuplds, and
rprcsenting In shape the valentine
symbols. Refreshments were served.
Among the guests were: Karl Coup-
4r, Charles Openahaw, EdnaMarquis,
Vincent Hughes, Lorraine Dunham,
Fred Cooper, Harold Dunham, Jiadc-
line Odliagher, Evelyn Hind, Annie
Cooper, Bert Edwards, Yyohno i*a-
polnto. Marion . Hughes, .lime Boles
and M. .'apa.lan.
ICE COUECTS
FOR WEDDING GIFT
Taking.  Up  Silver Collection to  Help
in National Gift for Prin*
oass Pat.
Funds to help purchase a national
wedding .gift for Princess, Patricia of
Connaught, whose marriage will take
plaeo Feb. 27, arc being collected in
tho cltyhy'th. Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. All over Canada
silver collections are being taken up
for the purpose and In Nelson boxes
have been placed in several, of the
stores to recelvn contributions.
The Wotk has been undertaken at
tho 'request of. Lady Barnard of Victoria.       .
At first a gift of furs was decided
upon, but news from Ottawa makes it
understood that tho wedding present
wil Italic tho form of Victory bonds.
LENZMAN RETURNS.
H. Lenzman arrived lit his home In
the city last night frum overseas. He
enlisted in Nelson with the 54th battalion and has been in tho service for
3*4 years. During that time he was
wounded once on the field.
Kent County Council callB on the
Ontario legislature for a more aggressive policy for permanent improvement
of rouds.
The Nelson Chapter of tha
IMPERIAL ORDER
Daughters of the Empire
Is collecting funds for the
"Silver
tt
. to purchase a,
WEDDING PRESENT ' '    '   ,
which is to be given to
PRINCESS PATRICIA
By the Women ot Canada.
Boxes have been placed' in the
Hudson's Bay store, Meagher &
Co's. store, Smillie & Weir's, the
Poole Drug Company; the Canada
Drug & Book Company, Rutherford's Drug store and the Hume Tea
Room.
ROBBERS GET $62,000
IN TWO HOLDUPS
(By Dally News Lcnt-ed Wire.)
NEW -YORK, Feb. 14.—Two assistant paymasters of the IT. 8. Snipping
Board were held up und robbed of
<12,()0(- in the heart of Ilrooklyn today,
according to'a report received ut police
hcadquurters. The rdbbei-s employed
a taxi.
Shortly after the hold-up was reported, a bulletin was posted at Manhattan police headquarters telling of
the shooting of a pedestrian and the
theft of . .0,000 in a hold-up in Madison avenue at 84th street.
Best Results
are obtained whan sent to
H.K.Foot
High Class Dyer and Claanar
Fairvlsw, Nelson, B.C.
City Agent, M. Papazian
411 Ward St.
Sacrifice Sale of Lots
I have the best building site in Blair*
view for salo at a great reduction.
Three lots, high ground, on corner and
one block from street car line.
Owner leaving town. Cost htm 11,000
and will sell for .600.
Batter Take a Look at These.
MY BU8INE88
lneu.a,noe—Fire, Accident and Sickness, , Life, Automobile, Plate Glass,
Motor Boat, Bonds, Etc, Etc.
Real batata—.Houses and lots, Ranch
Property, Improved and Unimproved
for sale. Rentals, Conveyances, Etc
Etc.
I buy and sell Viotory Bonds. Payments assumed.
Hugh W Robertson
Suceaasor to MoQuarrle A Robartasn
Griffin Block,      N.l.on, B. C.
H Today!
r!.The Major Rigby Girls' Tea Is all
ready and the table will he set at
3. Come along, the money goes for
the soldiers' comforts.   At the
HUME TEA  ROOM.
...;_iris_'_5"r
ENDURING AND SUBSTANTIAL
are many of the new deigns, graceful In outline and ot dignified simplicity.
If you are thinking of
ERECTING A MONUMENT
you could hardly do hotter than select ono of our stones that is semi-
completed. You know then just how
it will look and we can make you
very good prices, for the oareful
workmanship was. done at slack
times.
Call and talk the matter over
With us. Designs mado and estimates given upon request.
Kootenai) Granite and
Monumental Company
Bex ttt Nelson, B.C.        Phona 164
A.S. Horswill
PHONE 1?1
Dominion Cornflakes, 2 for... 25c
Finest White Beans, 2 lbs 2Bc
Crlsco, 1-lb. tin for  35C
Crlsco, 6-lb. tin for ....... 82.10
Finest Naval Oranges  70c
Naval Oranges, medium ......45c
Finest Lemons, dozen  40c
Sable Fish Bk Cod, lb 20c
Prompt Delivery.
Tonight
Swimming
Diving
Y
Burlesque
Tilting
Entertainment
S O'CLOCK      OOOD SEATING ARAN0EMENT8      ADMISSION, 26c
I WILL BUY*
Victory Bonds
AND
Dominion Government Bonds
<a_j—.vj   " "*»uw.'i-'. v.m.HiK" --""■«•*' —-—"•tr— »r.*"i"r
f   Charles F. MeHardy
.jrwOl^^.'_'_.,,_„:..i,_v-^-M«»-'-•■;.• ' '.',;--B)f' EH*tf ;
The Ideal Cash Grocery
Phone 265
	
FRESH  VEGETABLES
Cauliflower, each  2&C
Lettuce; lb. .■; 40c
Sweet Potatoes, Ib .10b
Tender Swede Turnips,
10  lbs    26c
Cabbage 10, IB and 20c
FRUIT
Sweet Juicy Oranges out of new
car lust ln.
' 50 and 70c
Large size, good value
Arizona Grape Fruit.
These are a new Grape Fruit
on the market.   We recommend
them" both for flavor and julcy-
ness.
Large Fruit, each  15c
Lemons, large size, thin '
skinned, dozen   40C
INGER80LL CHEESE
Fresh stock, just in, each.. 1«>c
LOBSTER BUTTER
Fresh lot in, tins 30c
SALMON   I
Large Tins, good quality.. 300
JELLO or JELLY POWDER
All Flavors, 2 for 2BC
PALMOLIVE SOAP
_ cakes  ','.'.....2BC
SOUP—SPECIAL
In Vegetable. Tomato  or  Plain
Vegetable.
Tins sufficient for 4 people.
2 cans 25c .  > ■
The Ideal Cash Grocery
TRINITY METHODI8T CONCERT
PROVES POPULAR AFFAIR
Trinity Methodist church was packed to the doors and many persons were
only, able to obtain standing room at a
concert last evening given by Mrs. S.
Fawcett's church circle.
Over 200 persons wore In attendance.
Among those contributing to tho program were:
Orchestra, Miss Eva Irwin, Ruth
Hancock, Jack Horswlll, Mr. Godfrey,
Gebrgie and Myrtle McKeown, Miss
Colclough, Miss Freda Hume, Jack
and Paul Huddleston, Leslie Cranfurd,
Carl Hooking, Miss Ruby Glaser, Mrs.
C. W. Tyler, Miss P. Whltebread, Mrs.
Gordon Allen, Gunner A. W, Graham,
Mr. C. W. Tyler, Mrs. A. Croraley and
Mrs. L. B Steed.
J. Fred Hume was chairman of the
evening and P. G. Morey acted ns accompanist for tho artists.
HOCKEY GAME TODAY.
Kaslo hockey team will play tho Nelson Cubs in tho city today. Both teams
havo beon practising hard and a good,
fast gamo is' looked for.
KELSON NEWS OF THE DAY
Fornie draft beer at Club hotel. Big
schooner 10c. (1412)
James' Niven, lato meat cutter with
P. Burns __ Co., will be at the market
Saturday, in front of tho Ark, with
fresh killed stall fed beef, milk fed
pork, veal, home-made head cheese
and dripping. No connection with
other shops. (1531)
Dry fir nnd tamarac wood for sale.
Phone 161.   Irwin's Transfer.      (1478)
The meeting of the choir of St.
Saviour's church Is postponed until
Saturday next, 22nd instant.   '  (1641)
The Robekahs will give their postponed dance on Wednesday next, from
9 to 2. Johnson's orchestra. Admission 50c. Good refreshments will bu
served. Special llvo floor committee.
Everybody promised a good timo.
(1642)
Will the person who took envelop,
of negatives from McGregor's Studio
kindly return same immediately.
(1643)
Keep next Friday open for danco at
tho   Oddfellows   hall.     Tickets   SOc,
Dancing 0 p.m.   Johnson's orchestra.
(1544)
The celebrated Canadian war cor
respondent, F. A. McKenzie, will lee
ture and show pictures of the Cana
dlans breaking through the Klnden
burg line, on Monday, the 24th lnst,, at
tho Starland treatre at 8 p.m., jnder
the auspices of tho Daughters of tho
Empire.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1.19.
THE FRESHEST PORRIDGE OATS;
are thou milled lato
B&K ^Rolled Oats
Pom,  wholeiome,   energ.xing-*nllled   fresh .-awry  &j-*--»--
packed and shipped the. same day—try our papular seven-
pound -lack.   These Oats can also be used for. puddlngi,
i cakea and cookies—they're great.
thi BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO. Ui.
Canada Food Board License Not. 2.0_7-S2-_5-4e.47.90
 -^BE L
Trail, B. C.
HOME OF PARAMOUNT AND ARTCRAFT PICTURE*   ,,
FOREMOST 8TARS, SUPERBLY PRE8ENTED IN CLEAN PICTURES i
.    .       MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17th ...  	
Opening Under Entirely New Management
,'..'if '.'   , ,j. ...'''    i.! ''-. ' i~ "i'       :' ' .'*,...'"' ''..i'.i*!1! tf
TWO BIG HEADLINERS* •' «' -
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"Cold Deck''
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST FIVE-REEL FEATURES IN WHICH
MR. HART HAS EVER APPEARED
66
Fatty" Arbuckle
—IN—
The Bell Boy'
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TWO-REEL  PARAMOUNT-ARBUCKLE COMEDY
LIBERTY ORCHESTRA
Patronize
Kerr's Jitney
■ New and Up-to-date cars. Three always at your service.
Phone 491. Kerr Ulook
■*!
Hides
PELTS AND FURS
Scrap Iron and Metals, Rubber
J. P. Morgan
Varnon Street, Nalaon, B. C.
When ahlpping, send full addreaa
New Arrivals
Tillson's Scotch Health Bran,
per 2-lb. pkg   1SC
Tillson's Scotch Fine Cut Oatmeal, per 4-lb. pkg. 40c
Kellogg-s Toasted Rlco Flakes,
per pkg IbC
Wheatlets, per ii-lb. sack 450
Wheatlets, per 10-lb. sack 8B0
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food,
per pkg. 1.. .20C
J.A. IRVING &Co.
THE   GREAT   SUPPLY   HOUSE
TELEPHONE 111
Home ot Paramount and Artoraf t
Pictures.
Foremost   stars   superbly   presented in clean pictures.
MATINEE 2:30.
TONIGHT, 7 AND 9.
Fannie Ward
in 1
"A Japanese Nightingale"
How American wit and courage proved stronger than Oriental ounnlng.
Also
Harold Lloyd Comedy
"DO HU8BAND8 DECEIVE"
Also
Christy Comedy
"A LUCKY 8LIP"
Monday—Pauline Frederlok In
"Her Final Reckoning"
Coming—Douglas  Fairbanks  ln
"8AY, YOUNQ FELLOW"
Letterheads
Printed by The Dally Newa Job V
partment are business builders. Tb
quality and typography is aueh oa
give the moat favorable Impression
the business houses and Individ*-)
using them for their oorreeponden
B«
The regular meeting of the Kokanoo
chapter, Daughters of the Empire, will
be held in the Y. M. C. A. at .1 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 18.        (lliiiOl
The monthly meotlng of the Nel3on
Womens Institute will be held Friday
afternoon, the 28th lnst, in thn
Y. M. C. A. at 3 p.m.' (I'DSl..
Tho G. \V. V. A. will give a dan-e
in tlie basement of the club on Mor.-.
day night.    Admission BOc.        (1552)
There will bo a moetlng of those Interested in the Soldiers' Ward aUthe
V. It..C_vAvJU).n itftoRj-qon. at 3 o'clock,
to ciisdiss Important'business.   A 'large
(attendance is requested, (1.53)
10  Per Cent  Discount to  All   Re- I
turned Soldiers en their First Outfit |
Good
Clothes
Dressed In a Suit of our
Good Clothes, a man is his
own letter of recommendation, for wisdom tells you
that while good clothes do not
make a man or break him,
they give him
A HELPING HAND ALONG
THE LANE OF LIFE
"I have often observed,"
said Sherlock Holmes, "that
the man who is careful of his
clothes Ib oareful of his business, careful ot his reputation, careful   of   everything.
Clothes indicate character.
A man who can afford to
dress well and doesn't is weak
somewhere and-falls to show
a proper respect for himself,
his family and associates."
Some of the best dressed men
you meet are wearing our
$30, $35, $40
AND
$50      )
SUITS
Emory & Walley

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