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 iTr?l^y^nfJ*T!!!*!^*^^ ''".. .ru.1"!!^!^!!!!!?^?^!^.^ ."* "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^[^^^^^^^^^j,"!!^^^^^^.  y^rA^yASM  :^7.  j   #**-'���������'">   iy'  rrM r-Y-ir w w^i  WM^jjjTnjj^^  Vol. XI.  n-D"t3������c*'Tir%'\T    x>   r*     ***?"E>?"!fl A V     A"P"RTT    OT.    ioiq  No* 11  Bridge to fee Bulk  .*���������"*"*** ***  "������.5"  I nis i ear 5*sre  The new high level bridge over the  Goat River in the Canyon City section will be built this year. Word to  this effect had come indirectly from  Victoria a few weeks ago, bnt author  itative confirmation that the work  would be undertaken in 1919 was furnished on Sunday, when Hon. Dr. King,  minister, of works, was at Creston  and in response to the bridge question  promptly assured The Review "that  proyision has peen made for the cost  of this structure in the bridge appropriation this year, and the district engineer has been instructed to proceed  with construction of the high level  bridge at the earliest* possible moment."  Work \vill be continued on the new  road in the Arrow Creek section  which was started last faII but had to  go uncompleted due to the excessively  wet season. AH necessary repairs will  be made to the Valley roads and some  needed new work on a modest scale  will also be undertaken.  The building of the road between  Sirdar and Kuskanook, thus furnishing the through auto highway will be  gone oa withprovided it fs decided to  use the southern B.C. route via the  Crow's Nest for ,the aerost-Canad.'S,  highway. Surveyors are already out  looking over possib* ; routed'for this  Canadian hign way in other parts of  B.C., and the decision as to these will  have something to do with the final  '��������� and definite allocation of the road  route. Just at present it seems reasonably safe to assume that the road via  Creston Valley will ultimately be  chosen. J _  1918 pfosuses to be the busiest year  the provincial works.department   has  had fop.some time, the total   expenditures pmvided for in the iive   directions in -which the minister of works  has , supervision     mounting ^*ip    to  S89.754.500. Of this $1,650,000 wilfbe expended on railway   effort���������almost the  total amount heing required for the  extension of the Pacific Great Eastern.  $1,129,000 will %e spent on  surveys,  well drilling, etc.,   with one million of  this set aoart for the South Okanagan  deyelopment      scheme���������to      provide  about 23,000 acres of irrigated land for  saidier labor and settlement.   $1,600,-  000 is available ior land clearing  and  and devolopment which  includes   the  Simias country   reclamation   project.  For the maintenance of roads,   streets  and wharves $2,623,000 is set out. with  ' $93,000 appropriated   for   capital   expenditure on roads, bridges and wharves, and $46,000   capital   expenditure  ou ferries. The expenditm-e under Aid  to Mines vote is placed at $100,000. The  capital  expenditure for   maintenance  and repairs of buildings  is  figured   at  $320,000, nnd on bridges $310,000. There  is $200,000   assured  for  the Johnson  Street bridge in Victoria, and  for tho  returned soldier housing Bch*'nii,1   including . land     clearing    operations,  $1,650,000.  At a time when i*vei*y effort should  be made to ensure all possible eniyloy-  uient, in view of the returned soldier  problem, this budget showing provision for ahi'o.;l a SI0,000,01)') outlay it-  pretty good evidence that the works  department has realized its responsibility and Is ready to do its full share  in meeting any emergency in the way  of employment, as well as in other  directions.  mSmmmm-tm-dimi  mvm^x.v.^0 vm40  folks supplied the highest priced  bos at the social in town on Monday  night���������with Alice Siding nowhere in  sight.  Miss Mable Craigie is a visitor this  week with friends at Wardner.  y  y  The Fruit Growers Union is unloading a car of cement this*������ week, the  greater part of which will be used by  G. Cartwright for a new barn foundation.  Master Bob Dodds bad a birthday  party on Monday afternoon and eyening, when most of the little folks  were on hand for the games and supper, and report having a whale of a  good time, all of them.  G. Cartwright has been busy this  week moving the fence along the C.P.  R. track back to about fifteen feet  from the rails, thus giving him in the  neighborhood of an extra acre of land  to crop. Hitherto the C.P.R. has held  this strip for garden area'for the sec-*  tion men. although never used by  them at all. **-*  The Finance Committee, who had  charge of the Board of Trade box social takes this means of expressing the  board's a^^i'scla'tioii of the wnjlc  done by the many ladies and gentlemen who contributed towards the  success of the evening. The board are  specially indebted to the Creston Mercantile Co., who donated the hall free,  and to the Orchestra who donated the  major part of their .charge for the evening's playing.  In this connection we would like to  thank the general public for the manner in which they turned out and  assisted with their" enthusiasm and  money. The Board of Trade feel that  of greater,importance than the financial side of the affair is the fact that  such representative and hearty support goes to show that the work being done by the board for the benefit  of the district is appreciated by all.  H. Nicholson arrived on Friday  from Vancouver and has joined the  C-. P. Paulson staff of employees.  J. Frame of the Sash & Door Co.  spent the week-end at Nelson.  Mrs. E. MeGonegal was a week-end  visitor at Creston. the guest of Mrs.  F. Belanger. -  B. Smith left on Saturday to spend  the Easter week with his parents at  Cranbrook. ������  Billy Belanger was Creston's only  representative at the uauce given by  Mr. and Mrs. Johnson at the hotel on  Saturday night.  yO'.. Dandeno was a-visitor at Cran;*.  broolc op Saturday, returning on the  Sabbath.  Lapoiute was among the week-end  visitors at Creston.  J. Attwood and Ron. Lidgate of  Creston were visitors here between  trains on Sunday. "**'  H. A. McKowan of the Sash S~ Door  Co. spent the week-end witji his family at Cranbrook.  E. Benson arrived from Kimberley  on Tuesday, and will be employed at  the hotel for the present.  Dr. Rntledge of Cranbrook is paying Kitchener a few days' visit this  week.  T. Midford and E. Driffel were  week-end visitors at Creston the formal* remaining over the Easter Monday uiiiice.  Victor and Omer Geroux were  Kitchener's representatives nt the box  social given by the board of trade at  Creston on Monday night.  Local and Personal  Mr.  and Mrs. Angus Cameron    of  Sandon    arriyed  yesterday, and   n.v&-  guests of the iatter's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. T. Mawson.  *  Mrs. Geo. Young was hostess at the  Red Cross tea this week, when the  cash insake totalled $2.60. The only  other money to acknowledge as ��������� coming in is  $3.75 from the Women's In-  SuTtuijS.  Now that the early wild flowers are  available the soldiers' monument is  reoeiving attention in the way of floral decoration. A profusion of tiger  lillies were in evidence for Easter  Sunday  Ticket 230 was the   winner   of   the  and the buttonholes not less than si's  in number.  Fred Hurry and Bazil Keir arrived  from Vancouver on Saturday for a few  days' vacation with Creston friends.  They are both taMng "voeatioDal  training under military auspices in  that city, and will be returning next  week to complete their courses.  The newest newcomer to the Valley  is Mr. and Mrs. Stern and family, who  arrived on Tuesday from Spirit "Lake,  in the Alberta section of the Peace  River country. They haye taken rooms  oyer the Auditorium, pending the purchase of a ranch home in the Valley-  Owing to the canvass of the whole  Valley being incomplete the meeting  on Wednesday night to decide upon a  soldiers memorial had to be adjourned until later. From present appearances it would look as if the memorial  would have to take the form af a monument.  ������  Creston G.W.V.A., which   was   organized early in the year   but   which ^  at that time elected   only   temporary  officers, is meeting on Saturday night  for the election of permanent officials  Si-net       f-r\ir~0.T\--d--~.������-    ' ir\tr������jr������*������������������*5r������������������**S^-T.*r������'*-        ��������� ^.m-cxes^ atw.  -������**...w������    .   .������������������������������j/f\. wv       vi'kf^twiUA-ut-k-L'tt/il*        VAWWd  branch   now   has  a   membership   of  about 25. ���������_.  E****v*">r ^'***i-****s?il ^^^si-sl"  ^-*rf-x    t-~9^~r'iv\j)Si^,Si-     tg -   ASx~.-.Z.  ,~V*~t\  There were three contributors of  finished work at the Tuesday session  erf the Red Cross. Canyon City Aus-  iliary turned in 12 child's petticoats  and a pair of socks. Mrs. C. Hal!, 2  child's shirts, 2 petticoats, 1 woman's  Jacket, a day shirt and a pair of socks,  and Mrs, Cook, 3 amputation socks.  Wm.*Hooper of Rossland was here  the latter part of the week looking  over his ranch property, which has  just been added to by. the purchase of  the 7*r*acreP; Burns.,.ranch, whien ad-  ���������'The best affair of the sort ever pu t  on in the Valley," is the unanimous  expression of the 150 or more in  attendance- at ttee bos social, whist  and dance under Creston Board of  Trade auspices in Mercantile Hall on  Monday night.  Besides affording the maximum   of  pleasure throughout, the event was a  splendid financial succest; when all the  accounts are paid the Board will have  a balance of $250 to carry on publicity  effort this year. Of course   the  factor^  that contributed largely to the money  making feature was the liberal supply  of baskets that were turned in by the  ladies for the purpose of auction.     Iti  the   neighborhood   of   sixty   baskets  were in evidence, everyone   of   which  had received considerable artistic   attention in the mH.kin0' u***..   Jiisfc  hev?  ahandsonae they were as a whole is bes  evidenced in the   fact   that   those   in  charge felt compelled   to  offer   three  prizes instead   of   ene,   as   originally  planned, for the most  artistic   boxes,  and the three judges, Messrs. Dewar,  Barber and Henderson, had   rather  a  delicate task   picking out  even   tbe  three best of the   galaxy   of  dandies.  However, their awards   were   quit*?"  popular, first prize going to Mrs. C. G.  Rodgers. whose basket   was a   purely  Easter idea tastefully   done,   even   io  including a couple of the time   honored baby chicks.    Miss Muriel Hobden  came second with a miniature airship  that was at once popular both   as   to  design   and   general   makeup,   while  Mrs. Geo. Johnson was^a   third   with  pair of geese raffled by the Board, of, loins his ow.n>--apdvw'bJch,:^nQW''-.^y^'.  'Trade and dr&wn foron Me^ay^si'jhtr  As yet the holder of the: winning tick  et has not put  claim the fowl.  ��������������� m xvrvm-vix-0m~0v\-m-m r.*.       ���������/*������  ������ p Latfia* ani vc       %rx*  Wantf������ kWanumenti  MiHH Melvn Cnrtwriget, who is (-'aching at Cranbrook, tn home for the  ".���������'aster vacation.  Minn Beatrice Doddn ia -mending the  lOnster holidays with friends nt Kings-  I'llte.  Mr*.. W. II. Kemp left the latter  part of the week for tln{eynn. where  Hhe ih impending a couple of week* at  tin* sanitarium at. that point. Mr.  Kemp ii; with her. |  Min. It. II. HlanlcM and    Minn Jeanne i  Palmer left on .Sunday   for   Spokane.  il'U.41'1'   I  lll'V        lll'l'        'IK.'lllli IM.        I II,'        \* .���������I'l.  with friends.  ..I,.,I      ������������������.  I,*..l..l  Em-ron Rkvirw:  Sir,���������At* I noticed in the official  statement in tin? Creston Review that  the Memorial building "wonld attract  greater attention and be more lasting  than a marble shaft, which, after initial attention attracted by its erection might not be given more  than   a  ~ J.X..0   XS.,.,..0i.l     I...    ������!.-,    .,..������!.        .....1 ilir.  |U40������1I **)(,    urtltl'l.f^ ������������������ U   04y     LI,,'   .IL.itW      ,4II������| A,i������-r  of Creston citizens," I would think  lh.il the Cir."!mi Vullej* fiti'/r-n;: would  have more respect for our Crouton  Valley fallen heroen.  With a monument���������one we would he  proud of���������tin* citlzeiiH rlinni-e a day In  the year for decorating the monument erected for the fallen veterans;  have n parade of soldiers   iu    uniform,  aiwi iiiile girls   wiih   ilowei-,   .,,.   that.  everyone eon .show   their   respect   I'or  our fallen heroe'-, who gave   up   their  lives  for a   en use.       And   a   capable  speaker to tell why they  ko   willingly  'ai.!   liimti    th. ir   liy\:������*    to   wivn   our  ��������� okitiii*,, i isii.; i\>. v..���������iuiiy iiuo. oiiii^ t ie  ! younger   ioIUn   why   those    in    whose  , ....ii.ii   i in- iiionuiiieiii   si auilM no    noliiy  1 mud" the Miprenie Micrilli-e.  I ,,    .    I ��������� ������,-<*Vir,i  , i     -k.l.,4.   I,  Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and family of  Innisfree, Alta.," arrived on Thursday  last, and intend riiaking their home  here in the future. They are at present  occupying Mrs. Pool's store building  on Sirdar Ave.  Mike McCarthy left on Friday for  Morley, Alta., where he has taken  charge of a C.P.R. steam shovel. As  the railway has a heavy construction  progiame for 1019 Mike will likely ba  away all season.  The Easter services in Creston  churches this y< ar were better attended than for almost half a dozen years  back. At Christ Church there were  about thirty at the communion feature of the morning services.  There was a fairly representative  turnout of.workers at cemetery clean  op operations on Wednesday afternoon, and the graveyard present"  slightly improved appearance as a [result of the co-operative effort.  The lower part of the fown wan  ���������'dry" for the greater part of Tuesday  afternoon. The waterworks company  was making some main connections  abtive the track and had the wet goods  shut off in that locality in consequence.  Dr Tepoitcii of Grand F������. i-Uts is pay-  inf^Oreston a few dayn' professional  this week. Since his last visit the dental firm of Pickering & Tepnort.en has  been dissolved, the former going to  Fernie to go into business for himself.  f*,. ��������� i.      T*r ..... I. ......       r.V     /...., ,,.������*,,,���������1       1J,,������,  -���������-/'���������.pi..  ������i tni'iiii.,*    ���������������������   v.,,awiort" "ay  was a .Saturday visitor here, and during h!:. -..Lay made L!sc  ptii-cJiiiuij   of   a.  heavy work   horse   from   II.   S. Mc-  Creath. There is a good  demand this  year for the bettei-sort, of much hor-  He������,-.  Tuesday, April 20th, is Y.M.C.A.  night. Hear ("apt. Rue in Mercantile  Hall tell about the grand work done  Uy the " V in I'taiico and i-'nglund.  lieu, pan !<*���������!.<a t.v "���������.���������*.:;',���������.���������.:. ':��������� ���������:������������������..���������*'.!..)���������  all questions regarding * Y" work. In  view of next month's drive for funds  for this work it is hoped there will be  a largo  crowd   out to hear Capt. Rac.  is-im as nice a 15-acre property as there  is in the Vaiiey.  H. K. Oatway got back on Thursday last from Calgary, where he had  been attending a Y.M.C.A. conference  arranging the organization and figuring out what assessments to levy on  each district in next month's drive for  funds. It is expected the Creston Valley will be asked for $500���������about half  the 1018 assessment.  Another member of the Creston Forestry Draft got home on Friday in  Pte. John A. Gibson, who had visited  a few days at Regina on the way back  Being a thoroughly practical mill  man Pte. Gibson's services of a competent millwright were in demand.  The overseas life has agreed with him  thoroughly, looking better on his return eveu than when he left.  On Sundav Creston celebrates its  twenty-seventh anniversary. It was  on April 27th, 1802, that F. G. Little  and J. W. Dow staked the first lots on  what i.s now the Creston townsite.  The mayor recalls with deep feeling  that in at lei.stone important ������������������especfc  Creston of to-dnv is precisely the sunto  as in 1802. It was a 'dry" town then  nnd is still dry���������or almost so.  a basket whose arrHOj'veinent of   Sags  and a   correetly   done   color  scheme  I tamed lately caught the eye.  "   "Taheprl^e  at the highest' "price was^-^csi1-- Jsy a v  syndicate' com posed-:: of Mi������ses: Jane  Long, Ruth Klingensmith and' Estella  McKelvey, lnnch for six comprising  its contents, and which i fetched $18.  A close second was Miss Zalla Johnson,'whose box went to $17. These  were the notable ones as to price, although there were a number that  went up toward $8, while the average  for the lot was over $3. The auctioneering was done by Fred Waylett,  who had the knack of getting the  good prices without any undue delay  on the part of the* bidders.  Four prises were provided at cards,  Mrs. H. B. Downs and Mrs. Pettigrew  making the  ladies'   high   scores, and  Mr. Barraclough and A.   R. Swanson  capturing the gentlemen's honors.  The box lunch was a time saver in  serving supper, and be it said that  these who failed to secure a box wore  well provided in the refreshment line  by their more fortunate friends. A  competent supply of waiters provided  the coffee, etc., and with lunch disposed of the floor was cleared and  dancing was indulged in until about ii  a.ii!., Roy Telfoi-d handling* the hop  feature, and Creston orchestra supplying excellent music. The earlier-  evening features were also considerably enlivened by several selections  by the orchestra.  The Board of Trade box social,  whist and dance on Monday night  was the most enjoyable function and  biggest money maker of the kind ever  put on here. Mercantile Hal! was iiii-. wnJ8tnn(1 limterially shortening up tilled to capacity and the array of hoses liim. J|t ca���������-, pljlvi���������Ki lho affair went  was both large and exceptionally nr* ofr smoothly thro,,gho���������t. the decor-  thronghout.      Fred     Waylett  Beyond a tendency of people  to   nv  rive late, thus delaying   the   StAkit   ut  tistie throughout. Fred  proved himself a past master at the  art of auctioneering, the proceeds of  the wale of the sixty boxes running  to almost If'itM). Including the door receipts and the raffle of the geese the  board expects to clean up $2T>0 on the  affair, which sum will be used for pub  licil.y effort this year.  The mui-ieal niuuhi't"* given at Uu*  Enster morning service in the Methodist church were much appreciated.  Hev. J. F. Shaw'.- nolo iv.ti well   cho-i-  ation of the hall attracting much favorable comment. The all round success of the evening in large measure is  due to the hard work of the board's  finance committee, Messrs. Bevan, G.  .1 ehti'-o*;^ :\**;<*! ***?. 1*. "*���������'.*;r*i**->***-.-*- V.'h'> ".vere  ably assisted by an equally hard-working committee of ladies.  Tlu* (iii anil l-'orks cieann-ry is -iwity  behind with its order** for butter, and  have set the butterfat price nt 05 cent"  t *.'-. ., I \.-i , '.}'     r-|.,4.|,li,,*.r'       ..x'l.i.f.ti      il,        l\.\  liA'A, v.ivL iii giving the li:.t of  articles on which nri/ei* *.i*H! l,.. g'ven  in I,ne iieroieuoi'ii. M-eirion oi un* null  fall fair   it, was omitted   to i it ate that  nothing to he desired. Mr. J. K. Churl- j "'rating in ������������������  few v, Un. with the  Chi  ton';; soica *oi. :,,.    ���������������������������*-    '������.���������������������������!!.������   ������������ieived ; ���������>'���������'* "-;* eninei y   Co.  of    l^eihbridge    i  much favorable   comment.    The "cello . charge.  and organ make a very effect ive com- i    biiiation when the former  is   handled j TENDERS WANTED  by an art int. of Mr. ("iioi Iton'.i   atu.ity. ;    h'\ ei y one who atiniidi'd ir..i..Lek  iihuii  iliji," .'-!.'"��������� "������-ii".������-    >v!i!     !������i*    piejiMi-ii     io  I,nut jvir. i noi ito.i win piny on .-.luniay  May  Ith, and by special    ivipu ;.t    wilt  lii.uiat. .oe  .it-Ken   uu   i.i<'<o io-j-,   .uiu  i���������i -i..:���������._  ������..i....._   ..*  ���������..������ i   .,  i..  Ifill      '    t*** "*���������������������������*****"#*������       ������*'������������*���������..,-.        4r,       .r.   .......      ^,.  ......... ���������.  ��������� r.i.  1 be  nny tender   not  l-'������iV   *< <. T'r* reid ' ������-'  !)��������� 'Olvl'i!  niat   ��������� hotdd   In' *J :; '.', U ri, \ *,���������,,. at T!..-  necessarily accepted.  .;"">'   .". i "herr-jri ���������*���������? --i:  ! Ch.  PWSwUHBR  .-~^|KP98  0,1 twv#mW'%tsw*i00*0s*'t'V*l *4  -tf-giWt ty*mWmTmmmvv%w!smr*     tm* m  ;������Mi^������*fii^^  tSA*.^rLdl\^J  UmViiSDmmi~*tHilr~^'i~r~i^  S^lttil^W^^^ ���������a^'^^MI-rtl^^-^.^^-^.t m^^^i^'iH^S******  ft**l^j^^   _._     __ -^^..^  ^���������,*]rl*S,?.-*f.fJ*'W'**H^f^^ -.--w���������U-    .   , v drnvdm^im-i-. .������ ^i -       *������ -*,,", ^     ,      i i *^^yrmmms^it^U^-t*^'*:^ l������*'*-1 l������������/1������J  t^>f*������tf<!*V**'^Mm^ "3 V*"'*'   ^"'i" ^"^^   vst-si^   #4f.#������ -tjM   pi  ****#>������ '*^!^,'"it*9i*:-*W*     ���������*^1* sm^m^tm*'  wm~Mamrr*mmMmmt^  '**    *f**     "j "J        t     %      "    L   -"       * '"'t ' " ''irt.'Vrffl'wMM'r.Bi,^^ 2KK     REVIEW,     CKESTfm  *_  ������^m Amsas.  m nt  inimiiiinit ui.AlO  !  11jii i������iinAnrnLji '  On Body and Face. Red and Itchy.  LC������ led For Hours. Lasted a Year.  "'A. rash started all over my little  girl's body, and she had some on. her  face. It started in a pimple  that was full of water, and  it got red and itchy. She  criedfor hours. This trouble o  lasted a year. |  *' Then I started with a free j  cample of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment. I bought more, and  I -rased four cakes of Soap and three  boxes of Ointmentwhich healed her.''  (Signed) Mrs. Dora Langly, 1032  Gertrude St., Verdun, Que., August  11,1918. __  Tha Cuticura Toilet Trio  Consisting of Soap, Ointment and  Talcum Is an indispensable adjunct  of the daily toilet in maintaining  skin purity and skin health.  For free aamDlo each of Cntvcara Soap, Olnt-  b *aent "nd Talcosa address post-cud: "OaUeaz*,  I  P.yt. A, Bolton, O. ������. A."   Sola everywhere.  ir  EDITORIAL  National Getting Together  No.3.���������The Western Viewpoint  which  could    bc    produced    in    the  West.  Particularly docs the West feel bitter ovcr the treatment accorded it in  connection -with the customs tariff.  The West does not desire to destroy or even embarrass the manufacturing industries of the East, but it  I does feel that the East is taking an  "undue advantage of the tariff protec-  ] tion afforded their manufactures to  impose heavy burdens on Western  producers, and that, while accusing  the West of a desire to destroy Eastern industry, the East itself is quite  careless of the effect of the tariff on  all Western development and prosperity. While this feeling has existed for some time, it did not become  general in thc West until the East, at  the behest of thc manufacturers, defeated thc seciprocity agreement  which dealt principally with thc natural products of and markets for  the West and hardly, touched manufactures at all. Thc attitude of the  East on this question is regarded as  having  been, absolutely  selfish.  Finally, the West resents thc habitual attitude of mind in the East  which accuses .Western people with  lack of patriotism and open disloyalty  because they, as free Canadian citizens, iu a legitimate and constitutional manner, advocate and support certain policies which thc East do*cs not  *-*  11KC.  On the other hand, thc West is  sick and tired of the perpetual race*  and creed quarrel which exists be-  j tween Ontario and Quebec, and  which, for partisan purposes, is dragged  to   the  very  forefront    of      one  ���������****"7���������,-      r.r-.?-.-S-^     ������-*-.tJS  ?. 0j0x%.   J-Ss^iiiauS  -Jrlfm���������x  Victoria, B.C. ��������� Eight of the 27  wooden steamers built on the Columbian coast to the order of the imperial munitions board since arrival in  the United Kingdom have been sold  to the French government, it is learned here. They are the War Yukon,  War Nootka, War Songhce, War  Puget, War Selkirk, War Cariboo,  War Corhox and War Massct.  The last of the imperial munitions  board fleet to be completed here, thc  War Suquash, has left port on her  maiden voyage to the United Kingdom.  parefj Serial--Ho wlM*-.~**K cdorllg  fip/dse[jt'e���������Sis-?* ilsf-J-f alMB  Sta������iB"r~������iiJS 9-i- -~~ -S&ttt-a, ate,  fnre���������Bess ter ~.~f. ras&en.  Heals ail seres.  50e. I.s.   All DruggUU 4-ntS Siet-t  A rich deposit of asphalt has been  discovered in the Philippines located  so near thc water's edge that no inland transportation whatever is necessary.  Unless worms be expelled from thc  system, no child can bc healthy.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  is the best medicine extant to destroy worms.  Threatened  With Paralysis  The present day Western viewpoint  in regard to matters which are the  subject of sharp differences of opinion  fcctwecu East and West, is the culmination of conflicting views on numerous issues covering a period of  years, nnd has not been arrived at  hastily. It has its foundation on a  cteep-rooted conviction that thc East  looks upon the West as thc home of  an inferior people, a lot of wild agitators who are ready and willing to  destroy Eastern industry to gain  their own ends, a conviction that thc  East acis on the.principle that thc  West should be humbly thankful for  anything the East may    see    fit    to  grant it.    This conviction has result-jof any permanent,  ed from past events, some of which j national policy  It may be well to refer to briefly.  As pointed out in a previous article, thc East holds the view that it  built tlie C.P.R. for the benefit of the  West, and that the East has borne  the  burden   of  thc   national   cost     of  group of politicians or another group  whenever any great national policy is  to be determined at the. polls, arid  the issue is thereby switched from  thc main track and the national development and welfare of all Canada  bedevilled. The East may enjoy this  style of administering Canada's affairs, but the West has come to recognize that it is the basic cause of  the slowness of Canada's growth in  population and national development  and largely responsible for the lack  well    considered  Severe   * rJervous  Numbness of Hands and Feet  Was Most Alarming, but Satisfactory Restorative  Treatment Was  Found  Port Haney, B.C., April IS.���������This  very interesting statement from Mrs.  Stinson in regard to her cure is  vouched for by her pastor, Rev. G.  H. Findlay. Hers was a most extreme case of nervous exhaustion,  and thc symptoms, pointing toward  paralysis, -were most alarming.  Fortunately, Mrs. Stinson heard of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food while yet  there was time to set up the building-  up process, and by the persistent use  of this food cure has obtained restoration.  Mrs. H. Stinson, Port Haney, B.C.,  -writes:  "I have been very sick with nervousness, and this trouble seemed to  settle in my head. I had nervous  headaches, numbness in my head, and  also in my hands and feet. 1 had a  pain around my heart all the time. I  read in Dr. Chase's Almanac about  the Nerve Food, and the first box I  took helped me. This treatment has  been  of great benefit to  me,  and it  In  thc management  of their    own!is the ox}\Y thing that had done  mc  .    .,-... -       -   _,    ! any good,  provincial affairs,  thc people of    -.he       Rey>  c   n   FilullaVf    Port   H-.ir.cv,  West have shown  themselves    ener-jB.C, also writes: "This is to certify  It is reported from Hclsingfors  that the Bolshevists., have scut back  to Germany and Austria 2,000 prisoners of war who have been "specially  trained for Bolshevist propaganda  work." Tt is also stated that 5,000  prisoners of war have been enrolled  in the Red Army.  sa  Minard's Liniment Relieves  gia.  Neural-  * since  -tmrnrnx-V  nwim-r renx <zmmm  A treeless lavm is ah right ior raising crops, but a lot of beauty is lost.  There should be a few good shade  trees  near  every  house.  The use of Miller's Worm Powders  insures healthy children so far as the  ailments attributable to worms are  concerned. A high mortality among  children is traceable to worms. These  sap the strength of infants so that  they are unable to maintain the battle for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparation gives promise of  health and ."keeps it.  A ~af-. fml-s&i- s^u������aS*t������f  mtdicine.   Sold to thiw ~fk  gr������es of ������tremjG���������������Na. 1.98(5-  ���������** sent  JMO.  -*, ������o;  Sold by  brepaitj  Free  THE COOK MCSICBNE CdJ  T016KTO,e*l������. (turn** Water.)  by 4*11 --lroMutol-w ���������eat  *dd en tec-apfe of vdt&i  pj-.n3pi1.tet.      Aesrcn f  reateuecees, curb* chromic wsaknbss.lqsy rima-\  & TIM. -HORSY.   BLADPg*. m.~-S~~. SLSS9   !>*===-S*S.  Pilm   urns* Pm. DftuastSTS er ni.lt. SI. ***88f ������ OT8  ISSeiiTe. m-nx to. FttjEBboob*���������>St. Uftag  Sa-uD CO.SiVEBBTOC* **.-.KtUt.Tt.li~. tAt~~~3i. mBS-  t>Y HBW 8>������40SB-.T.������**T*it-BB-a POBIaeg    m&gm TO  Ot- t-X.   .BX~-   Sx-~K-~  WOBP."S-i-fS^T--^~  **.���������*.-~SI..~TXUt t-tttX-B .ft XXX x~ttl~xS--i  regressive and    business-like, j that T know Mrs. Stinson, ?nd. vouch  ved  the  They have grappled with and solved! for the facts ss ttaled above.  exceedingly difficult    problems,     the   ��������� ,*?"*; 15\    another  iclier  of   cpcdal  0      , . , ,      . ,      . interest    to    persons    suite ring irom  solving-  of which   rested with  them -  that  undertaking.    Thc West,  on  the  other hand, points to the fact that it! selves.    It has. only been in connects paving its full share of-the cost oi' tion   with  problems,   the  solving    of  the  cash grants made  to  the  C.P.R.,  which rested with the federal Parlia-      Vd���������?' Clfase*" Nerve*Food"li  that thc West contributed the whole   ment, in winch thc East has the pre-j c-,one   nic        j   suffcrc,j   from     sevc._  pondcrating- power, that the West j headaches, from which I could get no  has found itself faced with a stone; relief. 1 went to a doctor, and hc  wall of obstacles.      If this   situation! ������ave  ������������������������*���������  somc P.iHsf_ hut _ they  didn't  .   i tin    n  nervous headaches:  Mr.   i'lmcst   Page,  Killarncy    Lake,  Alta., writes:  "I  want    to    tell    you  how  much  las  ere  of thc land grants which were many  times more valuable than the cash  grant?, that upon the West was laid  the whole burden of thc tax exemptions granted that system, and that  {cr many long ycars the West was  compelled to pay much higher  freight arid pa*-.---nv----!' ralrs than were  Imposed on the   East.  The   West  feels   that   thc     Eastern  ���������provinces, while enjoying full possession  of   ���������.,..~",r  own   natural   resources,'  -j.d-   'hi*"-"-   from   the      Western  -i**-, while at the same time thc  fed".-..', i...h'.fi'ics have dr-ne little or  -.���������-/.'..'.:������������������   ��������� .   dr'."'h-r   th.<���������-.<:���������     rfcourccs  sey -,���������:���������'. ���������.'-  ���������"'���������-(��������� herr. -'\c::d policy. Thc  rt-'-v'.-.   '-.'���������   -'.;:..-   {'.'���������   \W-st:   if,   suffering  he.-.-:".-.-���������-   :"���������   fj;r..   cii,   for'"-!,      water  r..-/���������.'.-1*-,   :i-'d   o'!:':'   r.r.'ural     rcs.or.rcos  ):;���������:-    : ���������:'.   },i-f\   r"f vlor.rd,   ar.d   W"cl ���������  rr-:   r-'"   '���������'���������'    >"���������"���������     -���������''������������������-*--rll-*i*l   to   import  ; ���������    -.. :---.-    -������������������;������������������:.'���������*    ���������' <��������� rr ���������'- ;.i 1 i.-s    (.1      life  do  me  had only to be faced occasionally, iti "j^** t)'..*" (���������"!)\Si  good.**  Finally   I   turned  . . .-        ... ..se's  Nerve  Food, and am  might  have  been   set   down  to   acci-j glad    to    say    that two boxes  corn-  dent,  or lack of understanding,    but' plctcly   cured  me."     Ccilincd  to    by  An Australian inventor has palcnt-  rnctliod    for producing rain  by  ed v.  raising large X-ray bulbs by balloons  Into higher strata of air that are  filled with moisture.  A Cure for Fever and Ague.���������Disturbance of the stomach and liver always precede attacks-- of lever and  ague, showing derangement of-the digestive organ? and deterioration in  the quality of the blood. In these  ailments Parmeiee's Vegetable I'iils  have been* found most effective, abating thc fever and subduing the ague  in a few days. There arc many who  are subject to these distressing disturbances nnd to these* there is no  better preparation procurable as a  means of relief.  Start a Club in your town, where tbtf  ^m,    ffathar.   We  "    aaiaiS   tasks  seassr ssa Isrf*?  er eaes Im p-aS*.  lie ****>ea*ta. Bqo**^  meat frs*. WrM  us sb oaca * "J**ffl  lx~l ptxT~*i~L-xa.  102-104 Aflel*Ws  Ut.  W* *JL*������rsat������  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out of town supplies with Dominion Express Money Orders. Frr������ icl������  lars  costs  three  cents.  NURSING  because it is a chronic condition, repeated ovcr and ovcr again, and last-  Lcgcr  E.  Roy, J.P.,  Chauvin. Aha  Dr.   Chase's   Nerve  Food,   50  cents  a box;  a full treatment of she boxes  Pr-'  The Chinese government is preparing to begin an aerial transport  aud  mail  scivice,. and  has  appointed!  ing in character, thc West has come,for ^V./S;  at  all  dealers,  or V.d..-,  to  the  comdusion  it i?) the  result of ��������� son, Hate's & Co., Ltd., Toronto. Do  deliberate and selfish intent.    On   no   not bc  talked into  accepting  a   sub  other  ground   can  the.  West   explain,  sl'tulc.    Imitations only disappoint.  for example, the readiness with which  tens of millions of dollars arc voted  for W-'lkind and St. Lawrence canal.  betterments and harbor improvements'* General  Tingr,   the  director    of  in the Last, while the West is ������orccdlPekillc.Su-vl.an railwaV| to bc  to fight every'im-h of the way to sc-|tor of u,c Ch;ncsc acrial  cure a  Western  on (lot  through  Hud-!   mmi'.-"  1.1 ay. ������    riAATV   *Siil"^rt'!/,5'Jk.Ii*7  Next  week  an   endeavor    will    be | A VjUlilP  lTltl/l^inL,  made to point out some steps which  should  be  taken  io  rcconeile  the dif-  fi'-reives between   l-'asl and West and  hring   the     people     closer     togctiier,  Experienced Farm Laborers   Needed  Winnipeg, Man. ������������������ More than 400  experienced faun laborers arc needed  at once, according to J. A. Bowman,  of the department of agriculture.  Farmers will be at work on thc land  in Manitoba this week in the advanced districts, reports from which stale  that the soil is about ready for farm,  operations.  NURSES earn. $15 to $25 a -weefc.  Learn "without leaving home. Send  for free booklet. Royal College of  .jScicncc, Dcpt. 137, Toronto, Canad*****  Thrift Stamp Sales  Saskatoon. ��������� Thrift sales stamps  in Saskatoon totalled $8,570 up t*t������,  April 5. The committee in charge of  the war savings stamps campaign fxi  ported rapidly growing interest "J*  thc. part of citizens.  ���������T5  Utility of Assassination  A man, razor in hand, was caught  by his wife assassinating not an cue  i my, but a corn���������what, he nr.-th-d was  .f the j Putnam's Corn Extractor; it's i-afc,  dircc- "painless and cure.    Try "1'utiianr.s"���������  service.  Q I j son ie Ih ing  which   must be    done    if  pi on less  is not to continue  !  i < -.i nana  :to  be.  retarded,  its   development and  1 prosperity   cheeked,   and     its     fuline  clouded with doubt, and even danger  I to   the   pcruianeii'.'e   of   confederation.  I - -~  , M'nardV. Liniment   Cures Burns, etc.  U^SC    Mattreas j������  Vh*> Dficictr Says:  'i" i-    Ir.l! .'. .'J     I'liv.     .-������  ��������� >i.. i a    i n n t:   t'.' r:    *!. ft   p x \ i r. 1.1  . -,    xtrr.vr.xrtl.    A   tit vi   rr. a ��������� ���������  irrvi       It     r.-.'-'������     r-. r, nr, rr.ir j\  ttUii    *    >l������-"/    lu'.r;.). ������*.,, r  T  i err.  i  ..     1,4-  OUMIlK  ti r . .,    t'".f y   i*  r rl 4.' 1,. , . ., 0  ftprlnj:.     r,o'.  :a.l'i   :,j   ill  If r,    r* ' - , r    * r , l  ll.������  ��������� <ri  /t������JSfe  rJt<2.-!!r70m������rZr~, 8 CI 13 4 dV  N,***ai!iki^jy*jit^  ' no good and sufficient rea-  i'1-iii   ������!inuld   mind   your  own  ii" other pcple will pay you  ;..;:.'h!.i;   their!'.  I'ilen Cured in 6 to 14 l)a*y8  l)riim;i'.'i rr'uii'l n.f.nr-y li i'A/i> UlM'.  ilK'ri' I.. U to iwi" Ilihiiiuf, lUiiul, lllcnl-  i,t   ���������'"    1'l'rti .1 > 11 r i Ef   l'llr**. ?.lo;i������    I ii il.ilion -,  frt    i  'i ii c.   fcOi:.  FOR THE BABY  iToti .i> 11 riET    I'll'*  ��������� I    Hf;.|s.  ��������� i * r- r   thr*.    I.i.l  rioot'ii'i.    ni'l    J(f;.|i. Von    i .iu    |rt    rvat fill  li  .1:1.11.  New  (��������� I'.ui   Ivliii tt'i  L������t. iioniUcc  ',...: i;,-;r,   M:.ri '1 hr   ri.nk   Mil  j    r c, :.-i;,,-.!t v,      of      Minn rapolin,       !���������  - '-.-iir ir, rr.uvrit tlie plant, forinct'-  I l i 11     i I ,      0)     11. i 11 I* | ��������� 1     Ll/lll  (Ml     III St.  into     ttn     up to d."itr     flout  I  Nothing can equal Baby's Own  Tablets as a medicine for little ones.  Thcy arc a laxative, mild hot thorough in action, and never tail to relieve constipation, colic, colds and  siiuph* fcvcis. Onc<: a iiio'Iw r has  used them she will use nothing else.  Concerning them "Mrs. Sahiste .Pellc-  ticr, St. Daiuas des Aulnaii-s, Que.,  writes:--"! always keep a box of  Ihiby's Own Tablets in the house,  'lliey arc the heel medicine 1 know  of for little ones and 1 wonld not be  without Hum." The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail ;ii 25  ccntM a box front The Dr. Williams*  Medichw. Co., llioikville, Ont.  The lart-c Donkhobor colony at  Cowley west of Lethbridge, Alta,,  arc bargaining for more laud to add  to   the   culi>nv.  cures so fast, 25c at all dealers.  ;r  ati    inltl-.  0    A 0 ..      t������  ' dt\J.  01,,} A  *    ^ 1 -   ..  titilLORBi NEED HELP  8panhiiiKdocfln'lcurel3C(l-wet.thijj;  ������������������tiin iTDtttiir* i'n iiut*   io   wc;ika������:*i,'i  of the internalor-jami. ^fyf-tircc**s-  .m  l."?;c!  *���������������������������  hoini" treatment wm "be louuu  1 t. ...', ..:.. t ,'- ������ t    . ,  Thrift Hint for Fanners  Old-fashioned Method of Gleaning a  Paying Proposition  Judging by a .thrift story from  Canada, buys an American paper, harvesting wheat by machiuci y, an  economy on a large scale, nevertheless leaven something for the old-  fashioned gelancr to gather afterward. The tale tclsl of two girls in  Saskatchewan who asked penni*���������:.*��������� ion  of a farmer to go over his stubble  field with rakes. From sunrise to  -".unset thi* jnrlc naked, the stubble and  at tlie end of the day the farmer was  <*urpri*;ed io fire that thry had gathered n sizeable stack of wheat; in  four dayn thcy gathered gleanings  which, when thra.,hed, yielded them  $.11 *������������������ worth of wheal. In another  county two girls who heard of this  micc.es*'ful experiment got similar per-  mti'tion from a neighbor, and went  -  i/o -10000.  ,,r ri.ii.i.:,.    Tii-  about    150    bushels     of  ��������� Int*,    trv   Mtrrr.  helpful.     Beau   uo  lyoucy,  but   tlonJiy Joiii-iin' lln* biitk on <.  .! ������*rlle mr tortny.   My tr^stmrnt   "Yei.  T *.l  result' was  wheat.  ...   .^11   ... u  JU.L     l,u.i     jxrxx.-^.l  pracel"   ���������aid   Mr.   "Raffrrt-'  au������vvtied  LIi.   Dohni.  Icvrr   cf  "1   do,"  14    i      * ,  ~i\ iiii  Do you shave  with a saw ?  FOOLISH question  No. 1199! Maybo^  But comparo fo������ t.  moment the illuatratton*  above. They ohow prctt-*/  wcll what we're drivlnj** otfe  that io, unless m bifida t~  ���������stropped regularly it develop^  en edge very like a "aw, cinqf  causca that ���������"pulllna"* an������J  efter-nmarting of which you  complain.  Not eo with tho AutoBtrow  Razor. I'or tho self-ttropW  pinrr frnt urr. you ttc.n, reforntt  the oaw-like'edge that remit*)  from uhaving, and provWcHi  von with n r.hnrp bloda t-V  every ahave. Tho beauty ������jf  it la you don't hava to re*"  ���������move the bludo from tii������4  razor to shnrpen it, not de������  you have to tako tha  AutoStrop Kuzor wpauw is.  clean It. From iirot to I������at-���������  itroppiug, oluiv'mg, uii<!clea*l-*  Ins���������tlir. blade rcrnuma In tha  tutor.  Vti-zos -    Strop -- nibladea *��������� $1,  ������������������������.- r> 1,-vjhtwj'iwi/'JO   ���������*������*"  *J   tAft.tt Wliu.lp*-^ w������.tc.   dtttrltt >wlll( *o ������-'������l'nilly Buccer.r.tm  ior aauuu,   BO pcacciui at lie w  -- li-,-   -.S-r,-   tr.r    ������ri it    v.ni   ',',������.',,    '������' \   ?'"l,'|,'d   Vi'itb  Ul 111 aiy dif](i<-uhU-rt.  I dropf r.1      the   b-.M."  1 tm~.M1i.m~-- m^trm.mm  ,, , ,. ' 1( > ;    | AOX<X*TRO������������������A������������ri*Y!KA^OKC**|*W^^  1 v- never known  f.:i������ry to hr j        Au(������8irop nulldinc. Tor<������t������. Cwaiuic.  in  juit     alter    l ���������  W  ().  i/.',.  U i'iinI'd.  rx .    t  | -,*.. M. lUMMttM**, ~U  li.   \.\--0-f,--u j i'oil.  \V.!*-liiuL'fon  I,, ��������� ������n ..imm  [Zx.  ���������0vmmkxJ,������Mn^^  uiUiiM U-mMilitlt WlHAUiHirMui  ���������*-*--*w**^^ ���������:-mm  r*i^*4W*444>4.,l^l4*^Wl|.irr^4Wi,  vii**!*A,';;'. ,-.'' ���������.  ,'���������' .'.������������������".��������� i'i,v  ii|Hllliiilil>M-l|Hlii������������l  J--     -^*-v'  Z---3 1..,^  rivr-mr*  'S~*T-r*-v. -r-r Trt-fz-r  jljlxj-Li       ivi'jVij'jvv,       i-.jvj 'rOilLN,  i">  MtWMBMl  ^r������nAr^r^������r<-^������a. ...   -[-11r|(1r-inr  17L.~ ������7*^ ���������*--.���������   ������^7511   n-mm  5-S   ^7^  swsa-   -^ja -ta s��������� a- a-ej*** -      es *bs *   -a b b        ���������������������***���������������. s- s.  JLJur^.'-l^.^i^^I       WW  III   E.3%-.   "ft. *-  V*  dT*S 1  S^mSmTB BB fl-aflL  Hia  ~ *     ^m-i* %-*4rm-L-0 A-*  a v     jx~ -a. *���������&*������  |      Brazil and Britain Sign Treaty  Washington:  ��������� Advices   from    Rio  ^ClIKJU   U        ID        lllC        S.41.1.       UV4)ni!lll!|ll ������ rj-  port that an arbitration treaty ha9  been signed by Brazil and Great  Britain.  Paris. ���������The responsibility of the  German emperor for the war and  jt"!������ means for bringing hlai to trial  W-JOno of" the allied governments,  probably Belgium, had Deem definitely  cecided upon by the council of four.  Tb!* follows the definite decision on  the terms of reparations for war damages, whereby $5,000,000,000 must be  paid within the next two years, and  iu inter-allied commission assess the  remaining damage for a period of  thirty years, beginning May, 1921.  Thus, two of tbc great obstacles  which stood in the path of the rapid  attainment of peace have been removed, and the period of extreme  tension over the inaction- and the  failure to secure tangible results is  succeeded by revived confidence over  the great advance towards a permanent settlement  The council of four has reached an  agreement on the Saar valley. The  the valley unchanged but accords to  agreement leaves sovereignty over  France free of duty sufficient coal for  tins Lorraine Iron industry and to  replace tlie production of the mires  destroyed in the Lens mining district, with the privilege to the Germans of restoring Lena mines and  thus relieving the Saar valley of that  charge.  This agreement remove* one' of  the most difficult obstacles to the  conclusion of peace.  While the tension has been greatly  reduced, it is not entirely removed,  ss much depends on the continuation  of progress with respect to the remaining obstacles, notably the Saar  valley, the Rhine frontier, the Adriatic issue and a number of lesser issues which are still short of final  agreement.  The agreement on responsibility  for the war issue continued to have  called for compromise between divided reports presented by the commission, of which Secretary Lansing  is chairman. There was a practical  agreement on the general responsibility "of the German emperor for bringing on the War, but division occurred  ae to whether it Avas feasible to bring  him to- justice before an international  tribunal.  ������r*f  A    I.  Hungary tan ray mm  Paris. ���������The mission to Hungary headed by General Jan  Christian Smuts, has reported  on the prospect of the pay-  ment by Hungary of her debts.  The impression gained by the  commission, the report stated,  was that there might be some  chance of adjustment through  friendly negotiations, Otherwise, it was added, It was difficult to sec any chance whatever.  Huns Demand More Food  Say They Cannot Continue Payment  in Gold ���������  Paris. ��������� At a conference of the  German and allied financial experts at  Pont Sainte Mayence, the Germans  demanded fresh consignments of  food, and announced that it would be  impossible to continue payments in  gold, says a Havas dispatch.  In order to increase their gold reserves, thcy proposed to issue large  loans in neutral countries, explaining  that Germany's lack of freedom for  commerce prevents the defraying of  the cost of food.  Plt-U Ml  d    ^iifii  ft    AfPfft    ft ri f\ f\ Pi  a unity m~ u������,  FPISH  WKENJONSflPATl  Look, .Mother!    If tongue is coated  clean little liver and        ������������������  bowels.    If your little one's tongue is coated,  it Is a sure sign the stomach, liver  and bowels need a gentle, thorough  cleansing at once. "VVhca your child  is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't  sleep, eat or act naturally; if breath  is bad, stomach sour,_ systcm full of  cold, throat sore, or if feverish, give  a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and "in a few hours all the  clogged-up, constipated waste, sour  bile and undigested food will gently  move out of the bowels, and you  have a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on the  stomach, liver and bowels is prompt  and sure. They also know a little  given today saves a sick child tomorrow.  Ask your druggist for a bottle of  "California Syrup of .Figs,'* which  contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for g-rewn-ups  plainly on the bottle. Beware of  counterfeits sold here. Get the genuine made by "California Fig Syrup  Company."  ������3V^11  FdU  UI  VSUC55d  m~ -fm.  '111    \������A   0~l~-k~a-s|j  ������w in niu ���������- ���������  ���������  ���������o  IL S. Credit to Belgium  w,������i,:n������ir4-  , v v.*...a.m, tvwi*.  t- a:._   -i e-c  330,000 to thc Czecho-Slovak republic and $900,000 to Belgium,  were established by the treasury. The Belgian credit raised  the total loans to thc allies to  $9,016,229,000, and the total to  Belgium to $341,435,000.  Must Agree to League Terms  Germany      Will     Become    Member  When Faithfulness is Assured  London. ��������� Thc difficulty of putting  the text of the covenant of the league  of nations in the peace treaty tha*  Germany is to sign, if Germany is  not a party to the covenant, wh ch  she, by her signature accepts, says  the Paris correspondent of the Westminster Gazette, has been cleared up  by a skilful piece of draughtsmanship. The covenant, as it will appear  in the treaty, is so worded that while  the existence and jurisdiction of the  league will be recognized by Germany, that country will not bc immediately received as a nicmocr. She  will, however, cxr-rcss her full -.ccord  Huns Cannot Pay For Food  Berlin.���������The shortage of coal, owing to strikes, is given officially as  the reason for Germany's inability to  continue payments for entente food  supplies now arriving, since coal was  chiefly relied upon as a mc*.ns to settle this indebtedness. The announcement adds that coal production continues to falter, preventing the  manufacture of articles wanted  abroad. "German economic life must  collapse before autumn, and the food  condition will bc worse than ever."  Why Can't I  Get To Sleep ?  Thousands of people all over the  country ask this cuiestion, but still  continue to toss night after night on  a sleepless bed, aud it is impossible  for them to get a full night's refreshing sleep.  Some constitutional disturbance.,  worry or disease has so debilitated  and irritated the nervous system that  it cannot be quietened except by the  pernicious use of opiates or nar-  colicd. Or again, you hive m heart  palpitation, and sensation of sinking.  ll feeling  you  arc   going  to   die,     or  ferhaps you wake up in your sleep  eeling as though you were about to  choice or smother, and the only way  you can get relief is to sit up in bed.  To all who stiller in this way, Mil-  l>UT���������'*'���������'��������� Herirt :>.t''! NVrve I'i 11; offrr mi  inestimable boon. They bring back  the much-needed night's rest by im-  provinfj thr Inn-* of 'h������- nrrvf*.,  strengthen the heart, enriching the  blood and making the whole organization act in harmo-iy���������then you  aleep as peaceful a:; a child.  Mr"*. J;m. Tatimrr, 3r> T.einster St.,  St. John, N.l*��������� writes:-���������"At night I  could not sleep, 1 had lo sit up >'i  bed, my heart beat so fast, and when  I   walked  up   "���������tail!*   1   would  jret  all  cd Miiburn's Heart and Nervo Piiis  and alter ttsinj; two boxes, 1 ran  sleep all night and am uot out of  breath after walking."  ������ ���������������.. >       li     .  ... *        vr .      . -     m'll.  IV. I KM. > l.  ���������     iu������u     lll.ll ..y. v x.      .  .....  are .SUc a box at all dealers, or mallei*. dii'������"-*"t on rrrript of price by The  T, Mii'Mtr*' Co., i.imiteU, ioronto,  Out.  Veteran TeSis of a  Terrible Experience  Before He Found Reliei;  in   Dodd's  Kidney Pills  *4*-T-M4*l*^>Wtt  Postmaster of Hereford Points the  Way to Health to Other Sufferers  From Kidney and Bladder Trouble  Hereford, Que., April, 14. (Special).  ���������Mr. A. Pcabody the veteran postmaster here, is one of the many old  people who claim to have received a  new lease of life through the use of  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  iir. PcaboSy is in his 84th year, but  wonderfully    strong    and active   foi  rx.xrx       rxt      1-* _       -.���������rx TT..X      \- ���������      .-.-���������      ~ -. X      _1  xjill. ljl au ogg. um uo w*a not always thus. "For six years," he says,  in telling his story. "1 suffered from  kidney and bladder trouble. I bad  those sharp, streaky, lightning pains  through my muscles, even to my finger lips.  "In March, 1917, I was taken with  a shaking chili and deathly pains  through my abdomen, groins, and the  small of my back. I was confined to  my bed for three weeks, during which  time I often had to get up as often  as twenty or thirty times a day.  "I tried many remedies, but got  little benefit liil I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. In three days I got relief,  and three boxes cleared all the pains  out of my system. I also rest much  belter at nights.  "I am always glad to tell other  sufferers from kidney and bladder  trouble what Dodd's Kidney Pills did  for mc."  Ask your neighbors about Dodd's  Kidney  Pills.  ���������Otters io Heip Hungarians  Paris. ��������� The chief cause of an-*-  iety iu connection with the evacuation of Odessa by the allies and its  oc-cnpatloo by tha Bolshcviki lies is.  the fact that most fertile region* ifl  southern Russia have fallen into tha  hands*- of the Bolsheviki forces, grv-  ing them immense resources of grain,  coal and minerals.  The reason for the allies' retirement was the constantly., increasing  menace of the Bolsheviki soldiery  against the allied garrison, which waft  able to maintain its supplies with  greatest difficulty. Tire commander  thereupon decided to withdraw hift  troops, numbering approximately S0,*������  000. The troops retired to Rumania  and Constantinople.  The situation in Rumania and Poland is far from reassuring, even wlUs*'  these additional troops to help feral  a cordon against the spread of Bolshevism.   Both Rumanians and Polet**  require   the   largest  measure   of    al<5  from the allies providing them wltSa  food, military equipment and organization.    It is regarded as essential ia  competent     quarters    that     General  Haller's   Polish   divisions -should    be  hurried eastward as soon as possible,  for, otherwise, it is pointed out, ther������  is a possibility of the formation of i,  great Bolshevist block   consisting- -f  into the constitution of such a body,  Russians, "Hungarians and   Germany  and wiii agree to abide by its deci- j which would be so powerful that im*  sions. j mense   forces  wouid  be  required  to   ,  * -resist it  Samelli Will Send an Army to Assist  Bolsheviki  Paris. ��������� Nikolai Lenine, the Russian Bolsheviki premier, has sent M.  Samelli, of the school of propaganda,  of  Moscow, as a delegate to  Buda  pest.      Advices  rv.'������*.*.n������ii*i  C~9-9"������-T<"������"0'-0"a..4>.������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������..S4.������..94.������..*-.  j SUFFERING CATS!  GIVE THIS MAN  that Samelli has advised the Hungarian foreign minister, that the Bolsheviki will send an army of 150,000  to assist the Hungarian Bolsheviki.  The Jugo-Siav press bureau here  announces that the Belgrade government has rejected a demand of the  allies intended to obtain the co-operation of a large Jugo-Slav army against  the Hungarian communist government. The refusal, it is added, was  made on the ground that the allies  have not yet recognized Jugo-Slavia.  The mission to Hungary, of which  General Jan Christian Smuts is the  head, has returned to Paris and confirms press reports that complete  nationalization is a practical Bolshevist ruse.  The members reported that the de  facto government was well installed  and said that during the conference  with the mission, it showed an obvious disposition not to quarrel with  I  suluu-lu iYir-1-n.u  ������. 0< S i������nii|miiBm..*���������>.'**��������������������������������������������� UnBuflya..-}  j Statesmen of various countries  | gathered in Paris, discussed lb**  . Odessa question with considerabl-t  i inquietude and it was explained that  jit would form the subject of discu*-  j sion among the delegates to the  ' peace conference.  It was remarked in semi-official circles  thai reports received from Rnine re- * sla  previous   to  the    evacuation     of  if j Odessa had shown Bolshevism there  j to  r>e  on the  down grade,  owing to  Let folks step on your feet  after;   wear  shoes  a  size  smaller    _.  you like, for corns  will never    again I  send electric sparks of pain    mrough | ., ,    ,       , - t  .     , .  you, according to this Cincinnati Ithe *?radua! exhaustion of funds and  authority. . {lack of supplies.    But the acquisition  He says that a few drops of a \ of Odessa and surrounding district:*  drug called freezone, applied directly {h the Bolsheviki has Siv-n them a  upon a tender, aching corn, instantly' , -\.t ,    T      , -      ,.   -  relieves soreness, and soon the en-i ncw lease of hfe and P^ieed m their  lire corn, root and all, lifts right | power the means to crash, tenit,.-.r-  out. . arily at least, the rising strength   of  This drug is a sticky etner .c9m-jthose &roup9 who are cont~siinZ  pound, but dries at  once  and  simply ..     . ,       ,      -,,,������-,-  shrivels up the corn without inflam-!raost v'trorously the Bolshcviki pr>  ing or even irritating thc surrounding j gress.  tissue. __ j    It is claimed  that a quarter of an ���������     T       ,      -r.,*��������� ,-.._ . tl  i ounce of freezone obtained   at     any I    London Will Obserre Anrac Day  drug store will cost very little but is!     London. ��������� On  Anzac  Day, April  sufficient   to remove every hard     orj25, there will be a triumphant march  soft  corn   or  callus, from   one's   feet. ; of AustraUan   troops   through      Lotv  Cut  this out, especially if you are a    , ���������,       , .    ������ .      -��������� .,  woman  reader who wears high heels.   don-     rhc   detachment   will    number  5,000 men, who will march from th������  West End, passing the Mansion  House, where the Lord Mayor -will  take   the   salute.  The   highest  telephone    system   in  the world is installed at Sonata, Bo-  the  allies, ' but rather to  meet   them  iivja> 15,000 feet above sea level  amicably    on    all  questions,    consistent with the nature of the Bolshcviki  regime.  Growth ������f British Nav?  Over Two Million Tons of Shipping  Added to the Fleet Since 1914  London. ��������� Afore than 2,000,000  tons of shipping were added io thc  British navy during the war at a  cost of between ������250,000,000 and  ������300,000,000, accordin.T to a statement by Sir R. li. W. Tennyson-  D'Eyiu-ourt, director of naval construction at the admit ally.  Alter the battle of the Falkland Islands, the statement says, the design  of the Renown and Repulse was  changed from battleships to battle  cruisers, the value of battle cruisers  having   become   apparent.    The   fain-  OU'-.   "lui'.h"   cliinn       lit*      rnni-ni������i*i-iin  ���������    4      -  - -        ~     - - -,  Glorious and Furious, were designed  to wipe -out German light cruisers and  raiders, ility carried 15-inch guns  and .steamed 32 knots an hour.  During the war 300 destroyers, 100  mine sweepers and 12 new types of  Mibiuaiinca were added to the British  fleet.  Government  DenoMces Strikers  11   _ jay  V**"* .'.-*���������   t-^m 'J-jWmmr^Srmmj^ ������������������  Death Rull la Southern Storm  i.-.ui.is. --- xuii -.voiat e-iuhiuciiul  Moim for many year* swept ovcr  Texas and south Oklahoma last  Tuesday, leaving in Its w������k������ 68  deaths, hundreds injured and property  daniai-e which  will amount  io  many  Germany    Will    Regard    Strike    As  Breach of Contract  Berlin. ��������� The threat of railroad  employees to add to Germany's  troubles by striking has brought a  sharp reply from thc government in  which such action is denounced as "a  crime toward the entire people." Assurance ia given that the would-be  strikers that a strike "will be regarded as a breach of contract and  will be punished accordingly."  The government statement appeals  to railroad men to "remember it  spent billions for them at the expense of less fortunate employees"  and declares that the government  Would bo 'Vuiiaciciicck.-.������ ucu It lo  permit railroaders to injure the people by slopping transportation in  these days of shortage of food, raw  wi.-ilcii.ila .and hunger."  It is pointed out that a stoppage of  the entire industry of the country  would b������ Inovitiiblo ami that the cra-  ployeca v.ouiii not. oiu> "..iului^c..  ihrlr own position but t! at of their  wives and children.      ���������  W  .1,4444    r,4l4.lN            ,4.            .|\,.|.,l  .'J.,    ..|-(i.>iiiiii|.'  111. 1,111 jiiv.i c    i <��������� i u i ii*������  received  ner������.  Ti, . i, i ���������������   , .,. 1,.    ,, i  w.  N.  U.  1250  |,4    ,  ill!-..  Le?.ds  In  Llntjeed Production  Argentina lends  tin* world  for llu-  ;;lon,     citltly.itmg      v.bovil  )0 acres  anniimii/   .*���������  ������..u.-i|'-<.i.������:.������.������  r> >" C ������i  i/iOu.OOu acres  aiuiium/   .*������  ..v.,   "r*_n*wru'io   'i.tcm In  th.-   1'i.iir."  Stutcu  and  1,000,000 in   Canada.  Colds, Conghs and Grippe  py nn. exucr.ii iuii3r/ro������  ,  rf Commonlv*;the firet ���������"rraptom i  cold in a chilly feeling, kecorapaj  bv sneezing or a tickling m the, throat,������1  niobt frequent cause* arc getting wet or 6~\  r       . ...    -\ ......   ���������������     L-..   ..!*- -.7*!. V 1-  -������1   I    I  hll, oi   |4<j<xi������, iiuim  iiDT iuuuw nuuuounr  >4'*fJ  cold oriwi, catching cold from coiiUicv Wtb  other pcr.ions in crowded street cam or aAsemblliM^  J'l-Jiiuoiiuy (into ia .lli iiuioi >uut>o, naiue'iy, iii.  ntti-piaiion of the blood, caused by ronstination of  lrili.-ustic".-".. No one ever t*il;c3 cold tniVaa con*-  siipaled -nr c.xliaiwted, nnd Laving v-bat, \f������ cfclj  nml-ruilrition, which in nt tended with liiipov-iU'isheu  Ij.uo.I auu  ca������������������������*���������'���������",*������L.v*"'-   '"-  r  , A......   /  .-..       ���������"!**,���������..,.,������  t.   .,  *        -���������....      J xl .   X   x . 0.04x���������~      0-4      Lr  jw.ii.nni.  into i\\<\ wf.{~xA,  ji ryc.-y.iblo.   Por tMi the*** J*  continual tibaofplion taf j -.,������... >���������* imv u.������ pr<wyi  unless the entire intosMnal trar-t in Kept i-lrar nnd clean as r>o.---������.iblo. Por tldj there \h  noUiirijt better than CWor Oil, or a ycget&blft extract of Mav-ftp^pU, tdO-., J-l-p,  roiled lUto MUipM'-uouLed piiin, wmi tiwiu iu eviaj.   oiots .yuij: <������ V*i, I'Zixirii r^^^Ajr  .      .     ,  U    4.,'. 11,1.     ,Ul,l'l.i:,l4l;Hj'4.1l     4l4,;i.i4     LIU     I        1.      I   .     4-.     .       I   .....  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Tim* pW\  on the market fifty.ycarti n-j-o.l This contains no alcohol but dew - on tain wfl^chwrjj  nark, coiiosh, Oro-jon Krnporoot., unci.oiin*ri'oii������ui<..-*.i v~Xiacia v������ium Ul~U-.pxiiv iw>Vf  for the sv-������t.'in, but ������.h<vk the cough, and thin ia the rery b-V.t aH^Ht-i**. pnd wife ihtii  I ItTHMT of in tnl'-*. for the '"Tipp* fit it ofr>m * ������****i'*,*nfHi<*j ni������*thod of tV***If.tiff thf Wwi  ������. ..   .-.   .. :....   ,1 ,,.~;,.~0    ...J.*.:,  ,,,.    .'    :>.    .    ,   -������������������-������������������������ ������������'>   -    l.i������0A:.0-    t**im00rX7m~m������S  i,V ,l.t|  "I   ���������������  V   ..1^.        .....       ...WI".   . 4'.    .   ^4       I   |,,������..^,.>Il.#      *J4V V.. 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B.C., FRIDAY, APR. 25  Vkfg&e m-\snd Othes-wi-me  While 'moonlight waltzes   have  liOu,   SiS   yoi,,    G6G1I    "Lil6   CSriiSe   Ol   ������ir*uy  controversy in the dancing set at  .Kaslo, yet that town has its  troubles, too, providing a menu of  dances that gives even reasonable  satisfaction. The younger set  want nothing but one steps, fox  trots,--bunny hugs, etc. The middle  aged demand a full list of waltzes  and two steps; with the more mature shouting for lots of lancers and  quadrilles. Although still on the  sunny side of middle age the Koot  enaian editor is among those pleading for  more "square" dawces, insisting    that   for   real   sociability  there's nothing  iiko  the   numbers  with the grand chain, aiaman left,  right and left six, etc.      And when  it  comes   to   the   "swing"   feature  even the oldtimers have to   admit  that Bro. Power can bundle 'em up  and twirl 'em around and around  just   the   neatest you   ever saw it  done.  thoroughly post himself on the general run' of the work, while his  varied and successful army expari-  snee warrants the prediction that  he wiii administer justice���������tempered with mercy when need be���������but  always without fear or favor.  unless their special form of memorial is adopted, we trust such cases  are exceptionally rare. The wish  of the majoriey should be cheer- j  fully accepted.  I      Jm\S^tfm%Smi'T  es^^*~ESmWa  i~'~ -���������m-tf im-m> a   -  NOTARY PUBLIO  INSURANCE   ���������     REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN OOAS.  GRE&TOM  *���������   &.G.  Announcement that Capt. J. A.  P. Crompton has been gazetted  stipendiary magistrate and judge  of the Small Debts' Court for this  part of Kootenay will be heard  with satisfaction. The lack of a  small debts' tribunal has been felt  for a- matter of three years now  and the attorney general is lucky  in getting a man of Capt. Cromp-  tou's ability to accept the post.  His natural inclination  will be to  fHE CRESTON FRUIT GROWERS UNION now ranks as  _ -    as the   most   efficient distributor of quantity shipment.*? of  of Fruits and Vegetables���������a position held over other organizations in the Province by reason of higher prices obtained at a  lower charge to the grower.  For 1919 we are working with the end in view of giving  growers a St/in iiiOi.6 emOiciit neiViCe.  The Union solicits the handling of your crops this year,  not because you are a. stockholder, but because we are certain to  gi-ve you better service at a lower cost than any competitor.  The highest market price, expert handling and shipping,  and sure returns;   these are essentials, and these we are prepared  __to give you at the lowest possible cost.  tru!  ""^^FfeSHS(ffe ������fli'>f%     B H **r*������l 9 ^i S*S  UIS3IUII riUBl UEUWGi������ UiilU  USVHTED  Thst  B    BS *r������jr  rig-lit honf  for you  ���������vou'll find it here���������a  mJ  boot that's right as to  quality���������as to build���������  as to nt���������as to price.  We particularize this  week on a  11  msr  en's Medium  Waisrht Work  m    mm      ���������mmmt   *��������� "B"M<*L *���������* *-   ** ,     **    mm      mmv   ������m    tm   ~*  Shoe nt $6=50  We have just 50 pairs of  rhom. and every pair guaranteed   to   irive   .satisfaction,  or  1       r  money refunded.  We  also   eall   attention  to our imes oi  I    AtJp n A T       M-m K W* * ~\v dm       F ��������� xm, -m <i * **-> tm, ���������***  LiJiJiBS   WllllC EjitilvasS  Shoes  wit ii leather soles  arid  lorlioe'  flvfnrrie  HmX~ vV������ * \J) Tj> -������������tt VJIt ������.a*w  in !e;tt Iter ���������tr-.d   rublier   heels  VV.'   lutvt-   what,   you want    in   loul  .���������.���������'-.-if     no iriuU..*r u-hut*. y'lii d'-rn.-i n<l  luiot*-    for   '.vork,   lio'itH   fnt    dri'i"  -.'.-.-iir     hip;li    laipM   lor   t li--   ���������,111<)���������������'>r  .iian    -I'V-i'i'v  rami   ;iii'ii<'-i .nil   ;it  i'.e-  "���������ii-H-i with ii, fi-\-iit.-it ion, anil oWi-vi-d  i !       (.1 I'.' .-        '.���������.'!, ,-",.       ..ll-a I,        i    r.i      ' .'���������'   '  '   . I 1111 ���������  ������rt\     H      ~r% ir^lr-'lNr-'Irir^i^ll  *���������.*���������*���������,        *7 M '���������������������������i*.  m****" <y*r~M w~" pf-r*.     "*���������������*���������������������������*���������  Mj-itj art*  UJll   SL^y**?"*^  General Merchant  And speaking of matters judicial  reminds  that   it   is    about    time  Creston was getting some information as to whether a detachment of  the new mounted police force,���������hich  will have headquarters  at Fernie,  will  be -located  at   Creston.    We  notice   by  the  papers  that  places  like  Nelsou  and   Trail  are  to  be  sub-stations    in   West    Kootenay  where  -headquar.ters    will    be   at  Grand   Forks.    Creston's  locatiou  so near the international boundary  justifies the demand for the stationing of a detachment in the Valley,  particularly when features of their  effort are to apprehend draft evaders and smugglers.   Regular patrol  work   through    outlying   districts  receives   special  attention, for   tho  enforcement of Dominion laws.  Lucky is the householder ..who  has a local rancher from whe m to  secure a regular supply of butter  these days. Local butter is a  scarce commodity in Creston stores  A very important  meeting���������for  the   parents   more     especially���������of  CreBton   and   adjacent   district   is  called for Monday night in Speers'  Hall, when the matter of effecting  some sort of organization to further  the social life of the ypuiig people  wiii  be  discussed.     Various  ideas  have   been   set forth   as   to   what  would be in the best interests of the  younger generatiou, and it is hoped  that a free and frank discussion of  the whole question   may  lead   to  something  being done to. improve  matters  all^along the  line.     The  popular cry is for an institution of  some sort that will keep the boys  and girls off the street and provide  them   with   wholesome   entertain*--  ment and instruction of a practical  sort���������-'-'both in   judicious quantities.  Just what form, and   under what  auspices, this should be undertaken  should not be a hard matter to decide, if the parents will tackle it in  reai earnest in partnership with the  younger  generatioi).    The  success  or failure of the undertaking, however, lies largely in the enthusiasm  and the creamery article is scarcer  still, at times. And, according to  the experts, no immediate relief.-is  iii sight for the shortage is world  wide. The normal consumption of  butter in Canada is live million  pounds a month, and yet in the  cold storage plants there is only  about a third of that quantity, or  sufficient for ten days. With the  advent of good pasture the local  supply will improve, but popular-  priced butter need not be expected  unless an embargo is placed on the  export of it, which is not at present  contemplated.  The aphorism about "the nearer  the church the further from God"  isn't the only seeming anomalous  maxim that readhV conies to irrniu  these days. According to the  Labor Gazette an equally trite remark would be "The nearer the  herds the dearer the beefsteak." In  the cost of living ramifications the  Gazette has recently been comparing prices on sirloin steaks in the  different provinces of the Dominion  and finds that this toothsome  article of diet is cheapest in Prince  Edward BIsland' and dearest in  British Columbia, while second  highest priced in Albrrta where the  sirloins grow in greatest abund  ance. The figures gathered show  that Nelson householders fare tho  worst in the matter of high prices  on steaks of this sort, paying 43c. a  pound, while at Fernie tho butcher  quotes it at 42o. At New Westminster you get two pounds and a  little suot to fry it with at 75������.  Tlio average price for Prince Edward Island*, is 26c. The average  for B.C. is 41.7 cents per pound.     a  the parents display toward the  project. If those directly concerned are indifferent certainly those  who have no direct "oersonal interest in such aa institution cannot be  expected to carry on, and much  less successfully. The Review  confidently anticipates some action  being taken. We not only need it  for the young folks, but organization of some similar sort for the  grown-ups would be equally beneficial Individually we are not too  bad socially: collectively we oper-  aee pretty much on the theory of  esteeming everybody as being of  good report but watchin&b'hem like  onal horse traders. ���������  *protesoi\  Since the outbreak of war Rossland  claims to have raised almost $77,000  for the Canadian Patriotic Fund.  1 6 SHNJOPeiS OF  i   >mn    R t\*r    A BB(r"f������tltn������BfllP,*"VIT  Pre-emption now oonflned to surveyed  lands only.  Records will be granted covrspins only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but narties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, \n-itn  joint residence, but each, making necessary improvements on "respective claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing  and cultivation of at least g acres, before receiving Crown urant.  "Where pre-emptor in occupatidn not  -Jess than 3 years, and has ma-ae proportionate improvements, he may, because  of ill-health or other cause, be grante-3  intermediate certificate of improvement  and transfer his claisa.  Records without permanent residenoe  may be issued provided applicant makae  improveiHents to extent of $208 ps? ass-  num and records same each year. Failure to make improvements or record  same will operate as forfeiture. Title  cannot be obtained on -these claims In  less than 5 years, with improvements oS  $10 per acre, including 5 acres cleared  and cultivated, and residence of at  least 2 years.  Pre-emptor holding Crorrn Grant may  record another pre-emption. If he requires land in conjunction with bis  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made and  residence maintained on Crown gran*������������*  land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as. homesltes;  title to be obtained After fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  Por grazing arid industrial purposes,  areas exceeding 640 acres may be leased  by one person or company.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.  The scope of this" Act is enlarged to  Include all persons joining and serving  with His Majesty's Forces. The time  within which the heirs or devisees of^a  deceased pre-emptor may apply for  title under this Act is extended from  oi'.e year from the death of such person,  as formerly, until one year after the  conclusion of the present j-*var. This  privilege is also made retroactive.  TOWMS'"-*-  PROPERTY ALLOTMENT  ������t ACT.  Provision ia made for the gran, to  persons holding uncompleted Agreement's to Purchase from the Crown of  such'"proportion of the landj if divisible,  as the payments already made will  cover in proportion to the sale price of  the whole parcel. Two or more persons  holding such Agreements may group  their interests and apply for a proportionate aUotrnent. jointly. If it is r������ot  considered advisable to divide the land  covered by an application for a propor-  . tionate allotment, an allotment of land  of equal value selected from available  Crown lands in the locality may be  made. These allotments are conditional  upon payment of all taxes due the  Crown or to any municipality. The  rights of persons to whom the purchaser from the Crown has agreed to  sell are also protected. The decision of  the Minister of Lands in respect to the  adjustment of a proportionate allotment  is final. The time for making application for these allotments is limited to  the 1st day of May, 1919. Any application made after this date will not be  considered. These allotments apply to  town lots and lands of the Crown sold  at public auction.  Por information apply to any Provincial  Government Agent or  to  G. R. NAJDEN,  Deputy Minister of Land ?,  Victoria, B. C.  If in its wisdom the Soldiers'  Momoi'iiil Comuiittoo douideH to  publish tho niiuioH of tlnVse contributing to that cause in two olafws���������  those favoring a building anil those  favoring a monument���������no harm  can bo done, and a very useful pur-  pom>    HCrVt'll.      Ill    IIH.)    iniijoiity   ol'  itiHtatKH'H tho backer-** of oaeh form  of memorial have developed a decided preference I'm1 their particular choice, and presuming that the  d������ ei,,ion a:, Id tlu-. i'min tin-nu-iuoii-  | ul will lake will be made on the  Iuihim of n majority vote of oontrib-  *lli\.'.'   >-.i t I wi-   Mi.i i i   rli.r-.idiln*   *n    I'llVMI*  nf the f-ietiiiii   who  may guarantee  the most, money, a moiety of com-  I fm't   will    lie  nHbriied  hIioiiIi!   thoHe  ; v. 11.. iilrilj/,-   llic   most,  liitaiieo  have  to :i������-������piic-.cc ju  t.lic v.'inhc'i of their  n.iiii-   11Mnii-i iuu,    l>ul li-i... (4/,1-iL-riHi'i  rlv,,|.       Whilr  Till-;   Hl'VU-.w hear.':  t.hn*  miiiii- '.~;uaraiitor.-i have in-anted  Hl.ll      I  IM" \       ,'.   HI    .'Xll'Uli     HO     rlS-ill-l" .III..I.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  tuut-oou  p  mSmmi441mvmmk~mS4~~il  mmmmm~-������~J*<l-4mmm-immiwvS~~m *0lSTm0Si.0m1lmm---m^     Banking Service  vOuk banking requirements may  ���������** be entrusted to this Bank with  every confidence that careful and  efficient service will be rendered.  Our facilities are entirely at your  disposal.  THE CANADIAN BANK  US    C_X  IA  ILm***  d-T^mx JT    T+ ���������     -^  ���������creston tirancin, v.* -U. Jbeiineii, Manager  ii.-vtuint-wi'ri'.v * **'**���������--���������������',.w---,v*r*" "^if*. j: ..���������*���������-(.u,ir*.i*'^^  ������������������r-irr-Miiff'-iii'i-nir-irfr*^  Hr-Wm^ Uh-jt^ ^���������������������������^���������'���������'������������������-���������'���������"'''���������^^ mw4tiMm-m.Sittiii.Msv^A r'  .r.-fttlW&rfB'Wfr^ ~~*  TSE  CBSSTOS  ~%M  Local and Personal  This week's B.C. Gazette contains  -jfSicial announcement of the making  of Capt. Crompton a'stipendiary mag-  isfcrote as weii a.s judge of the Small  Debtrt'-Uourt, having jurisdiction in  this end of the Kaslo riding. The Valley has been without a small debts  court judge--for almost three years  now, and the filling of the: vacancy in  our legal department will be welcomed.  Friends of P. B. Foote. who enlisted from here with the First Canadian  Contingent, and who was taken prisoner by tha Germans very early in the  fighting, will be glad to learn that he  has been heard from, and reports himself in good health. Until the letter arrived this month no word had been  had. from him in almost a year and a  half and it was feared the   worst   had  happened him.  j  The date of the May meeting of  Creston Women's Institute has been  fixed for Wednesday, Jflay 7th, when  the ladies will have Mrs. Chalmers   of  in  We have just opened a Lending  Tji"r������rfl.rv of about 200 books  to choose from, made up of  the best on the market.  I Come in and look them over���������  and become a member.  Creston Drug * Book Go,  Drugs    Stationery    School Supplies  Thrums, the local member on the provincial advisory board, to discuss  matters with them. The afternoon  session at 3 o'clock will be for mem>-  bsrs oniy, but in the ev--riin<r ������.n open  meeting will Be held to which all the  ladies of the Valley will be made welcome.  While the canvassers on behalf of  the Soldiers' Memorial Fund have  made every effort to call on everyone  in their territory it has, of course,  been impossible to catch everyone at  home. The committee in charge in  conseqfueuce respectfully asks all those  who haye not as yet been waited upon  to call at the Bank of -Commerce or  the Fruit Growers Union office and  fill in the regulation contribution form  at the earliest possible moment.  Joe Martell, who has been porter at  the Creston House, and Peter Maren-  tette of the Hatfield barber shop staff,  have both resigned their jobs and are  going farming. They have.leased the  Hooper ranch for the year are now  busy getting it in shape for a large  vegetable crop, Visitors, to the fall  fair can look for some 40-pound turnips, jumbo cauliflowers and cabbages  as big as washtubs. Both claim to  be some pumpkins at gardening,  and are out to annex the title of cabbage kings of Creston.  Rev. R. Lee of Cranbrook, chairman  of the Methodist District of East Kootenay, accompanied by Rev. J. F, Shaw  who is temporarily in charge of   Ores-  ton Methodist church,   were   visitors  here on Wednesday for the final   business meeting of the year of the   local  congregation, over which Mr. Lee presided. Despite the flu epidemic, which  closed the church   for   three   months  and deprived it of its   regular   pastor,  the reports all showed a very satisfactory year,   the   revenue   being   more  than sufficient to pay ail  cm-rent   expenses in full and leave a tidy balance.  A notable feature w.is  the giving   to  missions which were the largest in the  conregation's history, and   for   which  credit is due Mrs.   F.   K. Smith, who  supervised this work. The meeting attracted a   representative   attendauce  and an aggressive   program   for   this  year's   operations    was   outlined,   to  assist in which conference - will be appealed to send Creston   the   strongest  possible   pastor   for   the   next   three  ������-BB@������  Mr. Bailey, who has been staying  with Mr. and Mrs. Webster for the  past few months, left on Friday for  Wilkie. Alta.. where he will visit for  a time.  Mrs. Hopwood was a week-end yisitor with friends at Sirdar.  Clarence^ Pease left on Wednesday  last for Princeton, to resume his old  position at that point that he had be-  U'iO   JV^Ll-l * LJg    %.-^m      AXX-tm, ���������./tljlOWIO CU jT-Sc*.?  and a half ago.  Jim Churchill, who spent a week  with his parents here, left for" Vancouver the latter part of the weeis*.  Teresa accompanied him, and expects  to go to school in that "city until midsummer.  The wild flower area at the school  had a number of town callers last  week, getting some decorative material for the soldiers shrine as well as  the churches.  . It is reported here that Mr. Farreli,  the Mercantile Co. bookkeeper, has  leased the ranch from Mrs. A. Miller,  and will take possession shortly.     His  fSrxrxl.    rx.   -VSUrxArx    T���������l ��������� ��������� ,1    T������ r- J -.  HI t- ~ I _  XLLJLrtX    VAX   S.*jIA1 SXIC    XOxCXl.H   XLiXrLxS        Will        Xlt-gtJ)  a little more 1*o increase the   fame   of  Alice Siding. i  R. Stewart" has just invested in another work horse, which he got from  Mr. Alexander at Brickson, and which  gives him a good team of work anim-.  als,  Jack Smith is following up stumping operations with a team and help  and is getting his ranch in shape to  put in an orchard this year.  Jas. Compton has completed the  purchase of the Swanson ranch, this  month buying 40 acres on the north  side, and is busy pulling out some of  the trees where they are planted too  close, as well as top-grafting some of  the varieties to make them produce  the well-known Delicious. This buy  increases his orchard holdings by  about 4G00 trees, quite a few of which  are expected to show a fair crop this  year.  The Grand Forks smelter has just  placed an order for 500 tons of coke a  week from Fernie, which looks as if  the plant would not be shutting down  ~0x~.   r.     Xi���������^ ���������    ,.X* 4.  IV.   OU   i-i-xSi^ in.' ieH*JL',  At Kaslo there is a dearth of Chinese for garden and chore work of any  sort���������the celestials having deserted to  go to work on C.P.R. section operations in the mosquito regions north of  Kaslo.  Kaslo is one of the few points in B.  C that gave more than the soldiers-  dependants received out of bhe Pat-  triotic Fund. $20,201 was contributed,  and $16,671 paid to soldiers' dependants  in that district.  At Vernon customs house receipts  for the year just ended slumped a matter of $7000 as compared with the  year previous���������due in no small measure to the falling off in trade with the  U.S. mail order houses.  The Porter family, who have  occupying the Brown   ranch   foi-  past year, have moved to  town,  it will be taken by Jos. Stinson.  jx.- WJLV   l*JilAUa~  f.*tx ~r\ r. W     i^AtTivOAO  k CVUIrS *U     M������-*��������������� *******  prices. Canyon City Lumber Co-,  Oreston.  llllC  and  low  Ltd.  <S  _ _ j^tr****  ^a.a.Tm^m *w  ez&nmLr  irtmfk  To still further improve the  excellent service this store has  always maintained we have  this week installed the telephone for the added convenience of our customers and the  buying public generally.  Our number ia 57, and we  wii-ih to assure that all orders  telephoned us will receive the  same careful and prompt attention as those given personally over thc counter.  Tn connection with phone  orders particularly we call  attention to our delivery system which, for the present  will work on the following  8oheduie :  On the first five days of the  week all orders received between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. arc  guaranteed delivery the same  day as taken. On Saturday  only goods bought between 9  a.m. and 12 noon will lie delivered.  Owing to tho invariably  brisk afternoon and evening  trade on Saturday we are  compelled to curtail the service at the end of tho week.  And please noto that for  tho present delivery will be  made only within the town  limits.  There is no extra charge  Jor this service, and we trust  onr patrons \^\\\ make full un.*  4"      .   *      ��������� ������ ,  .1.      .......     4,,U   ..4.l.i/4lU:nU    III-C  fxV  '���������'���������'Il'&ffiSi"^  nn mm   mm   m m m x~m- ji*. m m  ���������0���������  WM      MMM     M  IMtt  iltf Uf tm SK4 mt MM!   DM  EmmS Em SBSft I Q***a\y  S.qH jExi qe7 -\m_ n&\X2  ���������juuc a ~. u xaa*w"' u a  ti.,... mm���������v. mm. mm ������ 0 m���������m. dm, *  * ....... ,.  ,.w.������vi UUBl IHMIV      *~*>**m*  Service  DiiU I nutd   |������rlccs  AT THE  H B-L _     ._.  11^     I  5-���������B ~r*m.ma ~m jfm ~rm.  ^J^  m ~!ijz-~3-~' r  n*Uir.   tr.    ������-l -ft���������4- .  jyxAixy io uue uxou 14titration that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?,  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, *Skc.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  /~%U~X~1  m u mmt m  ifjjg mmm  I *s *^ *aff-f  5*5   m 4m ..mmimmmmrvm  "IBB 1 EBf2|JV  ���������aa S S ~s ������"���������"* S-%W  S9 E3 S 8  Men's and Ladies'  SPRING and SUMMER  Craubrook G.W.V.A. is planning to  have a big 24th of- May celebration this  year.  Business is picking up at the Kaslo  hospital, and another nurse is being  engaged forthwith.  The Herald states/that the present  outlook is for a 50 per cent, increased  crop of fruit this year at Penticton.  The list of dead ones at Cranbrook  grows apace, and the council has been  forced to expend $250 to enlarge the  cemetery.  Cranbrook Methodist Ladies' Aid  had a big year in 1010. the gross intake  from all sources being in neighborhood of $680.  Although Vernon creamery is paying 00 cents a pound for bntterfat it  can only get enough cream for two  churuings a week.  The hospital at Penticton is empty,  and the management is worrying as to  where funds are to come from to nay  operating expenses.  Church union is off at Cranbrook.  The Presbyterians there have offered  the vacant pulpit to Rev. Air. Lyon,  who is sure to accept.  Fines totalling t]*507 wore collected  at a session of Trail police court laBt  week'���������from the operators and patrons of a gambling joint.  At Willow Point retni iu-d soldiers  who bring brides buck with them are  presented will Ii a supply of canned  fruit, ���������janiH and vegetables.  Cranbrook has invested $70 in a two-  acre gravel  pit,   and   has   also   spent  $050 for a motor   truck   to   haul   the  (  road making material with. \  A'liht'l'K.i   Ci.-nlal owL u.la    It.tl'������l  Iiii,  with the (hi it only cost the ratepayers  S|}575 to pay the city,s shim* of the cx-  pense of handling the  epidemic  The potato evaporator at Vernon,  which has just shut down, paid growers about $127,(MK) for spuds last huuh-  011. handlinia- koiiii- r>.'.M0 Iiiiim   nf thoiii.  IV11I idou ili-iilcn, have aha-aily i.olil  50 autoit, havt* ~Ti more on the way,  and expect Iheyoar'ii nelling   will run'  1,11 al, iisiHi. "itio lnciuilini*;   I tuelcM   and  tractoi-n.  .V3urn11.. have t>K)|:.'n mil af, Trail and  f,   the medical   health   olYleer ban   i.itiucd  MEN'S in PENMAN'S  Spring needle in Shirts and Drawers, all sizes  Spring needle Combination '  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt and Drawers���������-all sizes  LADIES' in WATSON'S  Vests  and Combinations in   short and sleeveless  styles, in white and pink  Combination Suits in several styles, in light and  medium weights, from 60c. to $2.25 a suit  Cromptonys a la Grace Corsets  in the newest styles  *������*y  VWr-iUMiiyilV       vtumii^tn  J  tsa'-S-^���������i  I  E^mimmt-    ^^^^x^m   ^t/tm^x     ^^x,     k^ ^mstt^x     -f^MflB   'ltMI^****-k   Vft      J****!   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Read This
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I an intcnuil diameter of eighteen, feet,
j und   carrying   a   single   line     of 'rail.
. There will be cross connections at in-
! tervnls of every 400 yards.
j     The  jrradicnt  of   thc  tunnel  on  the
j l-*.n-.-.l'-'h side will be 1 in 54, gradually
 ..������, j b-.-seninir until a level track is reach-,
a warning of forces : ccl about four miles out. The greatest   in   Grcat   Britain   has
is    **oti denlh of cover Vv ill be at three miles
correc
Cookmg'by Electricity
- from
where   170   feet   of   solid
Sleeplessness
nt  war     within  the  body���all
lianuonv ��� soniethiii--;  needs
,- 'jroiu   snore,
llO'l. t
Nine  times   out  of   ten   the  body is , y'rc.-y chalk will be above the tube.  In
loaded with tlie poisons *"��� i  Mail ebnu-1 mid-channel, where, thc sea i.s 165 feet
nated and  half di^-sU-d  food.     Brain | fl(vl>_   t,u:  Ulnncl   wiu   bc     njnotY.;nvc
and  nerves  aro  irritated,  sleep  is  mi - ��� -.,._,,
��� < , ieet below   tlie   water,
possible. '      i - 1  ���   ���
i\"o    prescription    ever    formulated;      I'-leclne     drilling     machines, speci-
produces     the    rapid     results     of  Dr.; ally made and  working at high speed
Hamilton's  fills.      ...                 'will   cut    ths    tunnel.' A pilot'drill
'] hev flush  everv  mipiiritv irom   tlie.     -,,,-, c     .i
.     ,     -.                      - '   ,.--,.i.;������. ���. ii ; will  work  in   advance of     thc  main
bo'.Iv, keep everv oi^a.n wnikmi-   *.*��� ell, j
remove   tlie  evil"    effect  of lost  sleep, i drilling   machine    to  give  warning  of
and set you up in a  few days. j any     water-bearing  strata  that    may
Try Dr. Hamilton'.*; Pills today, I \}C aiu.a<i. It is estimated that the
see how  much  better  you    loci      f^ j tunnel     c;m    be  dri d    ,        ��� b
bow     muck     easier  it  is   to   lace   uie i _
dav's work - ��� huilt  at  the     rate  ot  nearly  one  and
Your blood is nourished, your ner-j three-quarter miles a year. This will
ves feed with, new vital power, vigor j ,-nake a total distance of three and
and health  is    sent   to  every  part  otj.a liah- 1]lilcs a yc.ir> clUling  rrom  Uvo
your system.
it's "because Dr.'TIaiiiilton's "trills j
make each organ do the work Nature
expects of it, because it ensures harmony, health and vigor to the system, that it cures sleeplessness, languor, depression and nervousness.
Isn't there, a reason why you should I buildings   and   power   stations,
ttsc   Dr.    Hamilton's    3'ills
25c boxes by all  dealers.
ends.
Seven to eight ycars should, it is
stated, see the twin tunnels completed, with connecting railway lines
on     shore     and    all    the     necessary
That
are
The Channel
Sold  in | is   unless   unexpected  difficulties
_*    met with.
The number of men on this side
working in the building of the actual  tunnel  will  not    be  great,   even
Tunnel Project. aii��wine for four shifts in   the
Success Has Impressed Public With
Advantages of Method
For the last four years  the practical  development  of  electric     cooking
been   confined
by war necessities to public kitchens
and the canteens in munition    works
and  other  industrial     establishments.
This  field  is,  however,   so   wide,    so j
important,  and so  exacting    in  itself
that  the  success  of  cooking by  dec-1
tricity   for  large   numbers   of   people i
has impressed ibe public deeply with j
the advantages of this  method. During   this   period,   moreover,     the   domestic  electric cooker  has  not    been
altogether   neglected.
Improvements in design have been
introduced by British makers, and
tbc new types now being put on the
market represent a distinct advance
upon even the high pre-war standard. It should not be forgotten that
the application of electricity to cooking was more scientifically studied in
Great Britain than anywhere else. It
was in Great Britain that the experiments were made which proved that
the electric- oven, when properly designed and used, reduced the shrinkage of meat in roasting aud so rendered the process much more economical and much more hygienic. Similar  experiments, in   other    kinds     of
cooking  have established   the     claim
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*f **�� 3. t\V*-*0 A6> ��S '%*���*������'"���"""""���as�����   ���������,****"''
���a
RWiitiiimff!
Ask   your   Dealer   for
SATIN GLOSS
It protects and Rives longer ������year to
your Harness, l.'ugg'y Tops, Saddles,
]-'ly Nets and Travelling Bags. Tut
up in bin yellow Tins, Kegs or Barrels.
Tf your "Denier cannot sujijily you write
us  direct.
forms of industrial heating (such as
glue pots, japanning ovens, drying
ovens, and so on) to the electric furnace for the melting and refining of
steel,  brass,  and other  metals.
Start Can be Made Immediately Gov-!
twentv-four hours ��� not    more than
;200;  but  a very  large  number,     run-! table  and  wholesome     results      than i
\t x l.'Mil "*~ V  Z*
iieas   j*ixecurea   in
-*���"-*�� ����� .. ��� -i
jromna
ernments Reach Agreement
| mng m   to  thousands,    will  find  cm-
m x .ui-*
"London, ��� The prime mi
M.-Ciemenccau tire discus>iii
details concerning the construction of|
tlie   channel   tunnel.       i'laiis   ior     the!
work arc so far advanced that a start i
can�� bc  made   immediately   ibe     gov
eminents  of the two  countries  read
nister and'1>'0-vnu Ut  ���-'���   t-'e  llul*'"'nS   of   iiie  con- ; much   concern  is   now   being  paid   to
,.""-.  r*'..?.. i "ccting  "land  railway lines   and    with j national health this claim is not likelv
the erection of buildings.
Special   attention   has   been     given
to  plans  for    ventilating    the     completed  tunnels.      Fresh  sea  air     wiii
| bc pumped down  under  pressure  be
any other source of heat;  and as  so ��� Charged With Plotting Uprising for
Overpowering Weakened
Gsrriso*-.
to be overlooked. in electric heat- Warsaw. ��� 'Thirty-three 1'olshe-
ing also British engineers have beenivisls were executed at I'lnsk, on the
in tlie foreground with designs "which \ eastern frontier of Poland. They
achievc the most efficient results, j were charged with plotting an upris-
Here   the  problem   ranges     from   the; ing for the purpose  of overpowering
r
;oi
��f(l #����� f 4-
agr
rcement on the scheme.
j hind  each  train.    Thc volume of  air! domestic  electric fire  thiough    many ��� the   weakened   garrison   and     seizing
seltieu i
. ... c . .   .required to keep the tunnel fresh will,
A committee ot expert engineers is   ,    "* ' ,,.-������
...       .,      -,,.,., ,. i   be 4*>,0l)0 feet on each line travelling;
advising the British rrovcrnment, and I   ,       ' , ,.  , .-,.,.   i
c���,(..,-���[ at  the  speed ot a light breeze,    a his j
constant  stream  of  air will  keep   the j
temperature of the tunnel down to a-
comfortable warmth.
1-Tectric   locomotives     are   to  draw j
1 the   trains     through   the  tunneh   and!
the  points   at  present   to   bc
are:
Whether  the  construction   shall  be
carried  out by  the_government itself
���as the national shipyards were built
���or the  work given  out to contract..
,,,,        ..     ,. .-  .i      . ii      11 the ���underneath  channel  rolling stock i
Ihe   situation   ot  the   tunnel     head.)    ..,    . .,,,., ...      ,    >
,,.,.,., ; will    be    spccrallv    built.-     All     the;
upon the. 1-mghsh side. \ .        , . .     |
-., ��� ,i woodwork     ot     tlie  passenger .trains:
this     second! . *.-���-. .      ,
In   connection     with
,. i
point  plans  have  been  drawn   up,
the   request   oi   the   government,
Air.  Tempest,   tiie  chief   engineer
the  South-l*'a.**tern  and  Chatham  rail
way.     showing    alternative     sites   tor
the     lund     ot   the   tunnel.     with     its'.
railway     i-tatiou.     goods     and   traffic
sorting     yards,     electric      generating
lint.se. and general office.**.
Several   places     are   suggested,     thr
cme iiio:-:!. favoreil being between  l)ov-]
<-r and  l-'ulkestone. Ainitlier ic on  thr.:
kiiui'.g.i'u'  .-iiie of i><>v.'-r. and  a  third;
The Joy Recipe I
Take Cascarets
. . is  to  be  rendered  fireproof,    and  th
,     i windows  are  to  bc  rubber   cushioned ��� I
bv; , . . , ! U'
-'so   that   rattle   and  noise   can   be.   re-.
Ot;  . , -    I
; auc.e.d.       j lie       tunnels,     tliroughout i
Regulate  liver   and   bowels,
ar.d sweeten the stomach���
spend 10 cents and see
���, : the city.
r-. i     An allied commission, composed of
jj i British, French and United States re-
i presentatives, is conducting the fullest
���'enquiry and may send a special niis-
| sion to Pmsk from Warsaw for that
! purpose.       Some  reports  which  have
j reached Warsaw place the number of
executions as high as 250, but Colonel
Francis Fronczak, health comniission-
' er  of  Buffalo,  who  was   in   Pinsk  at
i the time for the American Ked Cross,
fixes the number at 33.
A Eifhtey lemedy
Kidney troubles We frequently
caused by badly digested food
-which overtake* these ��rg&ne to
eliminatM the Srrit��nl ��ci4*
formed. Kelp *fojur sioraach to
property digest site food hy
taking 15:to 30 drops of Extract
of Roots, sold as Mother Scigel'e
CaratiVc SvTdu, and your kidney
disorder will promptly dis��
appear.   Get the gemim*.    .  7
a
Ship Butter to New York
Winnipeg, 'Man. ���Manitoba cream.*
cry butter is still being shipped t��
New York, L. A. Gibson, dairy commissioner, reports. A carload *waa
graded and dispatched on its journey"""
realizing about 60 cents per pound to
tlie consigners.
their  whole   length,    will   be   elcetric-
���:.:���;oy   :v?'
sysl'-iii is fi
! of   bile  and  bowel
S?'-.'riyliten   up.    Your
d with an  acciinuilation
poison       which
patrolled 1 keep's you bilious,    headachy,     dizzy,
tor.ciu*. coated, lireath bad  and sloni-
.--     ,   ,,  ,    1- ,,   -.,,-,       r .,     , ach  sour���Vv'hv  don't  you  uet a  10-
.Sir Arthur  rell,  M.L., of the house! '
tunnel  couimittee,  gives
; ally liyhtcd and "constantly
>y  permanent  way  men.
tar ii'ciii
I'i .'.i.i .-ti'iu-.   In each case 1
I lie tun in"! he.i<l i- pla
bai'k   from   the   sea.
11 ���:
.tie   i.ikiTi
II
n't! .-1 veral miles
Tho.   su-i'SiTstion**
taea-  ni   the  pres-
< 'h:.i"i!.i-l   Tunnel
Iiii   'i'.iIiIiT   thi"   >i".i
'.    ���<    '.(��� ..1 i'l <���'.'   ''I    a
-. iii    not    start   at
!���<���!!
'al.-   im
ib.l
; ot   commons
' the following figures as the cost,, fare,
! et-c.:
Cost   of  tunnel, $1,00,000,000.
Period  of construction,  five years.
Fare  each  way,  $2.50.
"Length   of  tunnel,   thirty   miles.
1 Mslanee under water, twenty miles.
Time   in   traversing     tunnel,    .forty
minutes.
'''.Pile tunnel," he said, "would run
ft'iiii! a point near l)over to the village ol' Wissant, between Ibuilogne
and Calais. The railway through il
would h<* i-h-etriiied. There would be
U\n lubes���-one for outward and one
f 11 r  the  return  journey.
"I'.ach tube would be about 150 feel
r.iiilcr the >e,i and it was estimated
that v.itln'iii pressure it would be
in c-^ibh-- to 1 i-aiispnrt in boih directions 3(1,(1(11) persons and 3(I,(KH) tuns of
1 L'i'n"nis every tweiily liourS, leaving
ur.-.   a   day   I'm"   repair-.,   renew-
cent box of Cascarets at the drugstore and feci line.���Take Cascarets
tonight and. enjoy-the nicest, gentlest
liver and bowel cleansing you ever
.-xperienced���Give Cascarets to children also, they taste like candy���Never
gripe but never fail. Sick, bilious
children love to take  tbis laxative.
J lie "Mioai j.aice, Winnipeg-. Pipe
line has been completed, and Winnipeg will now get Shoal Lake water,
after five years of work and au expenditure of $1-1,000,000.
The area included iu Canada's forest reserves is 23,024/i-U' acres, according to the report e>f the department of the interior for the last fiscal
vear.
The board of education of Port*
Arthur has acquired the property, al
the corner of Red River road and
Pine street for a new school sit*.
The property lias a frontage of 26*1
feet on Red River road and 477 feel
on Pine street, and the price pai<2
was $8,950.
"Which is the most delicate of th��
senses?" asked the teacher.
"The touch," said young Jones.
"How's that?" asked tlie teacher
and young Jones explained. "Well,
when 3-011 sit on a pin, you can't se9
it, you can't hear it, you can't tasta
it, but it's   there."
3*L
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���jk:
is:
Mil!'     Ill
1-,    el.
"\\  r
i 1 ��� ,; 1 t   i
l.'-lieve llir l-'reiieh guvel'll-
��� <|iiile prepared to allow the
���ipei'.'i I ing the railway lei be
frti 1 hi-; '-idf* 1-11 thai' wo
V a! any time' and tn
a 11 a I I )i i\ er of Hood
in   ra-ie   of  etncri-jciicy."
.Ir-'.l
, 111 i 1.
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-���   111 m 1
Saved Many Lives
ti.<-
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A m; t tv
l^lrlVHU'W
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By   Bin IT
Mr'.I
that
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IN thc early days the founder of this business made a few gross of matches a day,
and sold them himself, driving his horse and
wagon as far as Toronto. Today, from automatic machines, 70,000,000 matches a day
are turned out to keep Canada's home fires
burning. And not matches alone: indurated
fibrewarc, household helps, and a host of
paper products have been added to this line*'
The House of Eddy
has become an institution which touches t.li��a
daily life of the Canadian public in a thousand different ways.
There is a reason back of thia steady and coiisiBtent
progress.  Business institutions do not grow to ��uch
.- -' -   fTi.  ^.*���I/lA.xf        Y-*-   ���������rtlir^n   <m**.r.l f\~m%-%i\ +'a*0\ fnt\ms
\fh *./*JUl   "LiV^ll-Ui      ���'J'      --M-WV **�����**���- *"*.���*-*�� ���*��� -*     ~.-mm^*~"tmt    0   wv*v    ��� ��� - ��� ���   - ���-     --      - *��� ���   *
complish flitch a result; merit in the goods tlietin*
iirlvcn, and in thc concern which ia back of them*    :
When you buy matches, see that Eddy's name Is on
the box. When you ure in need of some of the fanill��
iur household helps, much as a wuehtub, a pail, or fl
wublibou" d, rcuicinbcf thut there Z an Sildy product
which will fill your need.-;, made from linjHt mid d.u**N
able Indurated Fibrewarc. Remember also that
liddy'a Paper Specialties arc utandaid.
Orrr Prp.*/i��rr /.��t your ^o/i'ifrinrrrl
when  yoit   hxty luldy Product*
"Tr"!���     ',l*-*,    TT3    -jjr--���***���-**��**"***�� ** A*~TAf~-   w  ���       ~.      fl
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rmm>s.~\aj~ji��� faifjL*- a x&i**<m
��� i%-s��*-firi*��j'*f 17 i^-a^-ff *s*in*Ji'lr''n
CSBBBI-tB. -(S.B    bj.     *#�� MS    gw MMHH
Will Handle
Land Settlement
"���������������-v ��������-���        r~ m       ^-ni  ���***,      ���    -*���   ���       ��� ^, /,
loun fina oiuau s juin-ittteiii.
softens  the severe
rheumatic ache
Put it on freely. Don't rub it in.
Just let it penetrate naturally. What a
sense* of'soothing relief soon follows!
Jbxternal^aches, stiffness, soreness,
���cramped muscles, strained sinews,
back "cricks"���those ailments can't
fight off the relieving qualities of
Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient,
economical.' Made in Canada. Ask
any druggist for it.
30c,   60c,   $1.20
Soldiers Home from Siberia
Victoria, -B.C. ��� Seventy-eight officers and men of the Canadian forces
in Siberia, returned to Canada on the
Empress of Japan, which arrived here.
All of the men were invalided home,
unfit for further service. None of the
men were seriously ill.
Seven of the returned men left the
���hip here, the rest going on to Vancouver where about 20 will stay, thc
others proceeding to their homes in
the east.
The party is in charge of Lieut.
French, who was formerly with rLe
Northwest Mounted Police and was
with ihe Bales expedition m the exploration to Baker Lake, In the northern wilds, in 1912.
Soldier Settler Will    Be    Practically
Outfitted by  Board
Prince    Albert,     Sask.  ���   Soldiers
and others here are greatly elated at
the   decision  of   the     soldiers'      land
settlement  board  to  establish an  office here to  handle  land    settlement
for  soldiers  in  northern     Saskatchewan where mixed farming is carried
on extensively.    Tne decision of the
Canadian  Northern  Railway   to   construct a line  to  run 25  miles northeast  from  the  city  is  partly  responsible  for  the  decision as  this     road
will open up a tract of country well
adapted for  soldier  settlement.    The
board will  interview   soldier settlers
as to their qualifications to go on the
land.    It will have an expert valuer,
who will    pass    on thc worth of the
lands which soldiers may wish to purchase    under    the    government    aid
scheme.      The soldier settler will be
practically outfitted by the board so
far as farming is concerned, and will
bc protected in his  purchases against |
cupidity on the part of private firms
which might wish to take advantage
of their inexperience as farmers and
stockmen.
Marshal Foch Sent  I\/Iessagc  of Ap-
0-7 ~m ~>X jm m mr ����� m -~K *Bi 4"/***** ^*-   '***  * ���***' ���  ** T" t-
Ijiis-Cmvivn to w*-".v>-.<-r&
London. ���- Marshal Foch has sent
the following messages to the soldiers and people of'Australia:
-'The Australian troops have upheld the cause of the allies with
magnificent dash. From start to finish "thcy distinguished themselves by
their qualities of endurance and boldness. By their initiative, their fighting spirit, their magnificent ardor,
thcy prOvco. tiicinserves to ot suock
troops of thc first order.
"In the grave hours of. 1918, with
their British, United States and
French comrades, they barred thc
enemy rush. They stopped it, broke
it, and at the appointed hour drove
it far back.
"I am happy to""* express to Australia the undying memory which wc
shall cherish of her incomparable
soldiers."
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POLICE YOUR STABLE WITH
SPOHN'S  DISTEMPER   OOMPOTOB
SPOiiN'S stands alone, today, as ths guard:-.*-, of your Stable
acainst infectious and contauio-js d'-scaM-*. Whether is racing1
stable, -*-vu fan.-, cr piantaticn. SFO'l"\"S- j-ioJicss sg.iiss'. UIS-
TJiM-l-KR. PINK EYE. IKFL.UENZA. OoLGIiS *nd COLDS
in any loun. ] t.s effectiveness in preTcnxitisf tlie��e discuss among
horses nnd unites makes it indispensable to tiie horseman, iaraei",
ranchman or plantation owner.
SPOHN  MEDICAL  COMPANY.   GOSHEN,  INDIANA,  "CJ.S.A.
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Catarrh Cannot be Cured
I  was  cured  of Acute    Bronchitis
by MINARD^S LINIMENT.
Bay of Islands.     J. M. CAMPBELL.
I  was  cured  of  Facial    Neuralgia
by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Springhill, N.  S.      WM. DANIELS.
C^rKrErD-B^GrS
With
EGYPTIAN LINIMENT
For Sale by all Dealers
Douglas & Company, Napanee, Ont.
A purchase of merit. .  	
A sound speculative investment. v
We believe it to bc the most opportune buy on the market.
Mail this today.
F. C. SUTHERLAND & CO.
Stock  Brokers
12  King  Street  East
TORONTO,   ONT.
Name
Address
-      XV.V.
53*93
Small boy asked to define "dew":
"The world moves round on its axis
365 times every 24 hours. Thc speed
is so great that the world sweats.
The sweat is known as dew."
T""* it m, * . my **> ���
JL-~XX\~Xt.XX-S.
tism by MINARD'S LINIMENT
AiDert. <4_o., N.r*.   ur.u.
-srith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, *�� they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it
you must take an internal remedy. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of
the system. Hall's Catarrh Cure was prescribed b7 one- of tbe best physicians in this
country for years. It is composed of some
of thc best tonics known combined with some
of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh
Care is jc-rliat produces such wonderful results
in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials,
free.
F. J.   CHENEY & CO.,  Props.,  Toledo,  O.   given  at 8,835,000
All -Druggists, 75c
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
She laid, the still white form beside those that had gone before. No
groan, no sigh, burst from her. Suddenly she let forth a cry that pierced
the still night air, making it vibrate
into a thousand echoes. It seemed
as if it came from her very soul.
Twice thc cry was repeated, and then
all was quiet again. She -would lay
another  egg tomorrow.
Signed at Same Desk
Berlin. ��� The agreement reached
at Spa between the German and allied representatives regarding the
use of the port of Danzig in connection, with the return of Polish
troops from France, was signed at
the same desk at which Emperor
William sat when hc attached his
name to the abdication agreement
last fail, the Zeitung Am Mittag
states.
Sir John Cowans, British quartermaster general, is the head of a company which is seeking to develop the
oil areas of Alberta.
There has been a heavy falling off
in the production of spirits in-Canada during the past two years.
F. J. Anderson, president of ths
Winnipeg Grain Exchange, will go*-
overseas to join JDr. Magill as representatives of the Exchange at tha
allied trade conference, where arrangements will bc made for the
handling of the. 1919 crop.
Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.
_ Edmonton, Alta.���The construction
of a $20,000 public school ot E^st
Edmonton  is planned by the  school
b
oard.
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IMrDEAO.EC'VAT1D Cl^riCM-TV
Canada's    estimated population    is
Fewer Settlers During PviSreh
Winnipcg. ��� Immigration returns
for thc month of March, 1919, show
a fall in the numbers of settlers admitted to Western Canada in comparison yyith the same montli last
year". During March this year, thc
total number of admissions into all
ports of the western district, from
Port Arthur to Kings Gate, was 3,227.
Last year there were 4,041 in that
month.
Effects coming in last month were
valued at $528,436. Thc wealth o��.thc
���settlers this year was $1,012,248,
while last year it was $1,741,422.
After  10  Years  of  Asthma  Dr. J
T")    TCr.\,r.crcr,Cx   Acthtnn   *R<��ii-i����H\7-  nrtwrot. .
the only relief for one grateful user, j
and this is but one cure among many.
Little  wonder  that  it  has  now    become- the one recognized remedy on
the market.    It has earned its fame
V--      "._ ��r.ii:~,-r      ~e**r.4..-r.~0.r.* Tt
is earning it today, as it has done for
years. It is the greatest asthma specific within the reach of suffering humanity.
Vjl.  YET *** ." *6*H7 _ __ J	
On Catarrhal Colds
Simple   as> A,   B,   C to   Drive
Away Colds With
"CATARRHOZONE"
We build our character by the
bricks of habit that we pile up day
by day. Each seems a little thing,
but before wc arc aware of it, wc
have shaped thc house wc live in.
Your Digestion
k Shape
When    your    throat rattles,    your
lungs and chest are sore, your throat
is stuffed with cold���don't   fear con- l
sumption���use Catarrhozone and get
Well. It clears_ thc throat, cures hacking, relieves tight chest, and soreness
in thc bronchial tubes. To clear away
Catarrh of the nose nothing could be
better.   Catarrhozone is nature's own
remedy���it  heals   aud soothes���cures
every form of throat, lung and bron-
jchial trouble.      Prescribed   by many
specialists    and    used by    thousands
every day.      Get thc dollar outfit; it
lasts  two months  and  is  guaranteed
Small size, 50c; trial size, 25c; at all
dealers.
'��� *" * -��� ' -
Prairie Steers Bring Record Prices
H. A. Buck, of Abbey, Saskatchewan, recently marketed at Chicago a
siring of grade Aberdeen-Angus
steers, right off the range, that
brought $15.40. Thc average weight
of twenty head was 1,184.    Mr.   Buck
by
Many ailments are caused
stomach, weakness.
Faulty digestion leads to
biliousness, sick headache,
dizziness, sallow skin and
eruptions. Maintain ��i
healthy condition of the
Stomach and yuu will -vet
rid of the chief cause of your
si*HTerings. Do not neglect
the laws ol health. Keep
stomach, liver and bowels
in order by timely use of
Egyptians Form
Native Ministry
British Government   Invites   Deputation to Visit England
London. ��� Replying to a question
in thc house regarding the situation
in Egypt Under Secretary Harms-
worth stated that General Allcnby's
proclamation announced that as order had in great measure been restored, Egyptians wishing to leave thc
country would bc free to do so.
It was understood that an Egyptian ministry was now being formed
and that a deputation of ministers
would visit England, in response to
an invitation already jtwicc given by
tlie British government.
Replying to Mr, Wedgwood Bcnn,
Mr. Harms worth "stated that hc understood that General Allcnby's proclamation included.permission to come
to England for persons originally debarred from that country.
-j I Lay the Foundation of Good Health Now by Building Up Your
iai��r.xi  ar-ri  Strpn^thenine- Your Nerves
The good old fashion of taking a tonic in the springtime, like
most of the customs of our grandparents, is based    tipon    sound
common sense and good medicinal practice.    No matter how mild
the winter it is a trying time, even in the most favored climates,
for those who  are not in rugged physical health.     Many    men,
women and children go through the winter on    reserve    strength
th<-*y have stored up during thc sunny, summer months, and grow
incrcasmglv'-nalc as the spring days approach.       A tonic for the
blood and nerves at this time will do much   for   such   people, by
putting color in the cheeks and banishing that tired   feeling    that
worries thousands at this season of the year.
You can not bc energetic if your blood is thin and weak, or if
vour nerves are frayed or shattered. You carfhot compete with
other**- if you do not get refreshing sleep at night, or if you are
losing weight. You need a tonic at this time to add to your efficiency now, as well as to save you from suffering later on. ^And^in
all the realm of medicine there is no safer or better tonic than Dv.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. These pills make new rich,
red blood, which circulates through every portion of the body,
strengthening jaded nerves and run-down organs, and bringing a
[celing of new strength and energy to weak, easily tired, despondent men, women and children.
CURED BILIOUS HEADACHES i      HAS A BETTER APPETITE
Mr. D. C. McChire, Hcfllcy Creek,      Mrs.  M.   D.   MacLeod,   Caledonia,
B.C./snVs: "As a spring tonic I know   p.jv.I., says:    "I have used Dr. Wit
of nothing    else    that can equal Dr.   ������ams.   pink  p;*-g  ���  n  ipring   medi
Williams'  Pink Pills.    Last spring  I
felt weak aud run down, and suttcved
An Oil of Merit; -��� Dr. Thomas'
Eclechic Oil is not a jumble of medicinal substances thrown together and
pushed by advertising, but the result
of the careful investigation of thc
curative qualities of certain oils as
applied to the human body. It is a
I rare combination aud it won and kept
lias been using registered Aberdeen- public favor from the first. A trial of
Angus bulls on his range cows for ��t will, carry conviction, to any who
some years, and   had thc   distinction ���doul)t *ls 1>owcr lo rcpa,r a,ld llC!l1
a great deal from bilious headaches
I got a hah dozen boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and after taking
them.i. felt like a new man. Thc lassitude from which I suffered had disappeared, I had a better appetite,
i\.\id was in every way stronger and
better than before I began thc use of
lliis medicine. Almost everyone needs
a tonic in the spring, and for this
purpose I can ctrongly advise Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills."
cine with satisfactory results. Before I began their use I was -subject
to -fi-ealc spells, but these have uow
disappeared. I find that my appetite
is better, and I have every confidence
in your pills as a blood builder.
of beating the previous champion loud
uy hvc ccius a
pound.
\
Twelve hundred retail lumber
merchants in thc three prairie, provinces will co-opcratc with tlu*. soldier" settlement board by giving sol-
[dicrs who go on thc land, wholesale
prices  for  lumber  rcmiircd.
Oyster shells arc being used extensively in the manufacture of Portland cement    along the coast of thc
n*tif of "m<*\*i*o.
"fCmile Cottin Escapes Death
Paris. ��� Pifhideiit Po'incure lia.s
commuted to IU years' imprisonment
thc death sentence imposed upon
Emilc Collin, who, in an attempt to
assassinate Premier Clemenceau on
February 19 last, shot and severely
wounded him. The commutation of
sentence was on thc recommendation
oi JM.  Clemenceau  himself.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE    1IUOMO    QUIN INK    Tulili-li
remove iiie rauix*.    Tlicro Is only one "Jl.ro*
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The civil tervice   employees of the
Dominion number 41,619.
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Minard's  Liniment ior
where.
HiUc   Lvciy-
Duiing the 1918 "season of naviiia-
lion, iakc tuiipiiiema of ihe wiiw.il
crop of 1918 from Fort William nnd
m~~-~' UN Ml ,,km . ^iii   i ton Aiuiui" touiicd 50,565,o-ij bu->h-
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NEVER FELT SO WELL
Miss Beatrier. Bishop. Fendale, N.
II., says: "I have never felt no well as
I do since taking Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills.    When I began their use I was
very much run down. I Imd no color,
no appetite, could not e-o up stairs
without stopping to rer.t on tlie way.
1 had frequent headaches aud a feeling of despondency. I took Pink
Pills regularly for about eight weeks
and while 1. fell a benefit from them
almost from the firM, at the end of
liiai iinie 1 w.iS ir. t.-.etlf.- h'.'.i.Uh il*->n .
1   had   ever  enjoyed  before.    1   freely;
give  you  permission   to  publish   this i * ���        ���    , ,.        .   , . .
lollc-i   u���   ...> .....in.*. n,c   may   .>���:   ������-���l*"'p-  ,aml  *c   NV'*'**-*1  not  bc   *���������>���������*-*��
mean**,   of  pointing   the   way   to   new j   "r1'''
health   to   'ionic   other  weak   and   run
STRONG AND WELL AGAIN
Mr. H. II. McKclvey, Orono, Out.,
..aye: ''My experience with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills has been of tlie
most favorable kind. At the time I
began their use I was so wer.k and
run down that 1 could hardly go
about. My stomach was also out of
order and the food I took did not
serin in do me .-�� hit of i/ood. Then
Dr. Williams' Pi*-': Pilln eamr to my
rescue, nnd under their use my
stomach grew better, my Reni'inl
health Improved, and I was soon a*��
healthy and vigorous a man as I h;i<I
ever been. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
wiih xiie use or Pinkicis as a i.i\;ui\o
when needed, is now our family  med-
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on the bo.\.    3uc
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The most active volcano in- the
world X<\ Mount San gay. It is 17,1'Jo
feet high, .situated on the eastern
chain of the Andes, South America.
It has been In constant eruption
:!ncc 17^
Soft corns are difficult to eradicate,
but Hollow.iy'i.i Corn Cur-*" will unw
liiciu  uul  yuiul-viiJiy.
down  girl."
BUILD UP YOUR BLOOD
The  purpose  oi   Dr.   Wiliiain.s'   i'mJi
Pillfi  is  to build  up  the blood.  They
jdo thia one thing *.nd they do it w II.
I'hi-y tiff,  for  tlii*-.  reason,  an  invaht**
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GAiNi-.D   WONDE1U-ULLY
Mr?*.    Herbert      Hanson.      Lower'
Hainesville, N.P., snys:    "l have the
vi'iy IiiKli<-st regard for Dr. W'iP.i.M!!-:'
-��� ���  *.    >i'.<        t>   ��...   ii    pi,.:.. ..rr.
J.    llll. I      11   I-    ��� r       ���      ���   ���       .    ������ - ���
1 suffered preatly with j'ick head-[bad or dct.cicnt blood, eucli i��s nn.ic-
aclic, dizziness and a feeliiifr of dc- mi-i. rhi-.in...,.i-i.i, -.,��� ...^"Ik**-. p..i!''���'��� iu
pi*cr.'*rou and tirednrsi. A abort treat- the back or t-ide and the after ell'--'l*
ment with tlie pills fully restored tny of Influenza or ieveis. H ><������>* ...c
liealtli. My tlaugiuer Biaucuc wan ��ui* ���.������?����:."..."j- l.c:.:^ '-..,- trouble** "-!"������ t*2-
ferluK from anaemia, and through tbe \ve-��k, watery L'uou, or t��l.uky i.- ivcs,,
.:-�� '*������' �����''- bo*:-**3 of Dr. WiMiatuV a fair uae of .'..rse pills will ; < *-1.*r*<
Pink Pills (jttlnrd wondeituliy in you to fuii iie.iiiii ��uu *��ii��nK'ii. i'i,
weight, atreiifcth and -general health, i Willuiua' rune um ~.i~ aoiu L-v ,d\
W*. think co much of Pr. WilH:imV|m��!<lkIn* dealer", or^wlll h~ ncnt ]>���*)
Pink "'��ll�� Hint we me ii-e\.c�� viimnii i sum's'i, (iu*. ^...v. p��t J^C���� ^ m~.. * ��� '������'���',
them In the house, and 1 < pushier jlioxen ;or "t^iZd^ by Tiim itr, Vv'iiiiantw
ti^ein  my brtt   ineiul. :*-.?-.**.! r*....*     "-    <>���������
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THis. .CisissTOH jsETISW
Fok Sale���Imperial chicken raising
outfit, 1*20 egg capacity,   brand .hew,
��� j $24.50.    Mr*-. J. B.  Kennedy, Victoria.
Dave Dow left, on Tuesdav on ;i visit; Ave.. Creston
Local and Personal
cart with.    Also team plow.
(Canyon), Erickson, P.O.
Pochin
to frierrdf at Wardner.
The telephone has this week been
installed in the residence nf T. Mawson.
Miss Tinieas of Harrop is a visitor
here this week, the guest of Mrs. H.
Lyne.
Fok SAL.E���Team Wagon, in good
shape, price right. Apply Review
Office.
Collie Pups For S'alk���Fine cattle
dogs, $5 each. Guy Co'lislable,
Creston.
Shrkp For Salk���Six sheep with
lambs, $20. Apply Nathon-t, Wvnti-
del. B. (*!.
For Salk���Cooking utensils, dishes,
hanging lamp and guitar. Apply Re-
vikw Office.
Mrs. Loashy of Sirdar was a weekend visitor at Creston, the guest of
.Mrs. .las. Cook.
Miss L. Smith, teacher at Michel, is
Mrs. Alex Smith's guest for the week's
Easter vacation.
Milk Cow Wanted���One just,
freshened, or about due to come in.
Enquire Review Office.
Provincial police Vaehon was a visitor at Nelson a couple of days the
early part of the woek.
Mrs. Repsomer left on Wednesday
to spend a few days with friends at
Cranbrook and Wardner.
Goose Eggs���Setting of goose eggs
wanted. Deliver at W. K. Brown's
hlaeksmith shop, Creston.
The Red Cross whist and dance, announced last week for May.2nd, has
been postponed indefinitely.
S. G. Foreman, of Embree &��� Foreman, left on Wednesday on a business visit to Lethbridge, Alta.
Miss   Kane,    of  the   public   school
teaching staff, is spending the   Easter '
vacation at her home in Kaslo. '
Miss Jennie Nicholls, who is teaching at Roosville. arrived home on Saturday for the Easter vacation.
A.*Ramsay of Winnipeg, the C.P.R.
tariff inspector, was-here on on official visit the fore part of the week.
The drugstore has an interesting announcement this week. An up-to-date
hmding library i.s being opened up.
The May meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid wiii be at Mrs. W. K.
I'rown's, on Friday afternoon next.
Miss Lillian Cherriu||*t,on, who has
spent the past month with Mrs. Bnn-
dy.' at Wardner, returned on Monday.
Geo. Mead, woo is on the Imperial
Hank staff at Natal, was a week-end
visitor with his mother at the Creston
Hotel.
Misses Jennie and Gertie Hopkins
iif Cranbrook are here for the Easter
week vacation, guests of Miss Audrey
Far i-ell.
Mis-.    Laura      Edmondson.    who    is
leaching at. the coast this   term, arriv-
/�����.* home on  x nff-uay    ior   tlie    Easter
vacation.
The Methodist ladies' aid had a very
successful sale of cooking and wearables on Good Friday, the sale netting
them about $32.
The Presbyterians are giving an at
home this evening in the church for
the returned soldiers and their friends
of the congregation. *
Eggs For Hatching���Rose Comb
Rhode Island Reds, heavy winter laying strain. $1.50 for setting of 15. Mrs.
W. V. Jackson, Creston.
For Salic���Four wagon wheels and
two axles; would do to  make a   spray
j....   x-.    i
IOI1     v*-.u
The school board is calling
ders for clearing and ploughing up
about an acre of unused ground belonging to the school premises.
W. B. Hull, postmaster at Grand
Forks, was a visitor here the latter
part of the week with his son, Reg.,
who is on the Bank of Commerce staff.
Master Sam and   little   Miss ^ Ethel
Speers of Cranbrook arrived on   Monday to spend the Easter holida ys with
their cousins,  the   S. A. Speers   chil-
dr* n.
Some of the Valley cherry trees are
already In bloom, Mayor iat.tie stating that some of them in   his   garden
were in blossom the early part   of the
week.
HI--,-. TT. A *ITr ��*U , . .3        A.P. -        4e������
ita.ro.    ia.    jrx.     t S.-~a:jix    S.siu     -Sin     uVvu
children left on Snnday for Slocan,
where she will spend a couple of weeks
with old friends at SHverton and New
Denver.
S. A. MacDonald, former principal
of Creston Superior school, who "a
now in charge at Summerland, is
spending the Easter vacation with
Creston friends.
- H. S. McCreath was a visitor ^.t
Crjinbrook a few days the early part
of the week on a horse buying trip,
and landed back on Wednesday with
four head of them.
Mawson Brothers have installed the
telephone in their store this week,
fcKisjgtng the number of instruments
sonneeted to the local switchboard to
well over the 100 mark.
The Easter celebration at the Cranbrook Indian mission enjoyed the attendance of about half a car of the local Siwashes, who went up on Friday
and got back on Monday.
Parents especially are reminded of
she meeting on*Monday night in
Speers' Hall when the question of
opening out a club or making an effort
along some practical line to provide
more social life for tne young people
of the Valley will be discussed. The
meeting is at 8.30 prompt and everybody is invited. Come. This is your
invitation. <
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thai will Re-construct Canada
LL the world now knows that the Red Triangle of the
Y.M.C.A. was the *' Sign of Friendship " to thousands
of your brothers, sons, nephews,cousins and neighbours'
boys in the last four and a half years. Wherever the Canadian Soldiers went, the "Good old 'Y'" went too. And
now it is coming back home with them!
For the support which has made possible the war work
of  the Y.M.C.A. we thank you.    Your money has been well
expended.    Y/e have rendered full account.
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"Wfj g,sk now ^"-"our continued s^nnpathy and support fosr
Red Triangle Service for our Soldiers during demobilization-,
and for Y.M.C.A. work for Canada generally during the Reconstruction period. The Annual Red Triangle campaign
will be held throughout Canada May 5th to 9th. 1919. The
objective is $1,100,000.
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The Y.M.C.A. will keep its
chain of Service unbroken
till the end'.
For Our -Men Ret
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For the soldiers and their dependents, returning
from Overseas, we have provided as.follows *?=���
A Red Triangle man on board every ship when it leaves
games, gramophones
and records,. magic lantern, literature and writing materials.
Where possible, also a piano or an organ. Lectures, concerts,
sing songs, instruction re Government repatriation plans, and
Sunday Services.
2. Red Triangle comforts and facilities for the men on arrival at Halifax, St. John, Quebec and Montreal, including coffee stalls, with free drinks, free eatables, cigarettes, candies, etc.
3. Red Triangle men on every
troop train to provide regularly
free drinks, eatables and cigarettes,
organize games and sing songs, and
furnish information.
4. Red Triangle free canteen
.service, information bureau, etc.',
at each of the 22 Dispersal centres
in Canada.
5. Red Triangle Clubs in the
principal cities of Canada in thc
shape of large Y.M.C.A. hostels to
furnish bed and board at low rates
and to be a rendezvous tor soldiers.
G. Seventy-five Secretaries to superintend Red Triangle
service in Military Hospitals, Camps and Barracks throughout
Canada.
7. Tickets entitling soldier* to full Y.M.C.A. privileges for
$ix months at any local Y.M.C.A. furnished.
In addition to cur work for the returning soldiers, we have
to maintain the Red Triangle service to the full for the soldiers
in Siberia, as well as the work of special secretaries in Northern
Russia, Palestine and Poland,
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The Reconstruction program of the Y. M. C. A.
includes the following vitally important developments:���
1. An increased service to 300,000 teen-age, boys in the
Dominion���the development of Canadian* Standard Efficiency
training; Bible Study groups; summer camps; conferences;
service for High School boys, for working boys, in the towns
and cities; for boys on thefarm and for boys everywhere, who
have lacked opportunity for mental, moral, physical or social
development.
ji.    Inauguration of Y.M.C.A. work in the country, and the
��� smaller towns and villages lacking
Association buildings and equipment, on a plan of county organizations. This will include the
establishment of Red Triar.glc
centres for social, recreational and
educational work among boys and
men, in co-operation with tj.e
churches.
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3.    The promotion of Y.M.C.A.
work among  Canada's   army .of
workers in industrial plants, both
.in Y.M.C.A. buildings and in the
factory   buildings,   organizing   the
social  spirit among the industrial  workers  of   our  citit-r.  by
meetings, entertainments, games and sports.
4. The establishment of the Red Triangle iu isolated <Ii.~-
tricts where lumbermen, miners and other workers hoi 1 the
front trenches of industry. -
o.    Besides these main fields of increased aJxivity   for
we have to provide for  enlarged  work  among   railw.i;.
collei;e {st-iidcnis and for our campaign   to  cueouiai-.e   *
and ki x cr" iica linn.    Under all our work   we   place   th*
amenta! foundation of manly Christian:ty
run ,
v ...���al
"f.i-id-
Y.W.C.A.
i-'.ji- the v.iv.:,. und children
' iy. -'ens, dependent upon Cau-
.,.!...:. vi-i'.f'i'T-'.and for Y.W.C.A.
wink in Can.'ifla ���.'eii'-r.'illy.u Mim
of ;f 17a,lino fii.ni llif Rod Tri-
;���.ij.*,;". i���"ui;< 1 will In- sol aside for
(In* I iniiiiuioii Council of tho
V VV.C'.A., wliieli is tilling, for
tlu- i-.ol.liors' woiiu-ii folk, and
tlnir hi I lo ola , <u. tlio lout' jour-
a v fiuin l.iv'-'.(iool in Canada,
.'.r.d i-.; ,'.l-.o i-xti'iiding ils worl;
i'n Canadian '-ills.
I'.'.i lln-ir ,ml.t- a ho li<- t'on-
'I'.u whi-ii vou initio- vonr
< '.nilabut ion
FOR the sake of our victorious soldiers and
their dependents, and the happiness of
their home-coming; for the f-akc. of our-future
citizens, our teen-age boys; ior ihe snke^of
rural life in Canada; for tho sake of the social
betterment of the^toilers in factory and workshop; for the sake of lonely men and boys in
our mines and forests; for the. sake of Christian
,c-wv*'ipiv mul CVinnrliori i-nruihr.rv.-l���\"P rninenl
to you. Give us your contribution, little, or
bi****.    lie as ecnerous as you can.
ihuid your contribution to the canvasser when he
callr., or if yon live where it is difficult for liim to call,
scud it by check, money oirlei or reiristered letter to
Ihe National Treasurer, Ked Triangle Campaign, 120
Hay Street, Toronto.
Plsas*-*
it.
Note-:
We ure not asking' for
money to carry on outwork Overseas, with the
Avn.y in Great JAritain.
Frouce or Belgium, That
"'orU' v.*ill cootintio o.'- ji*-
.maximum for - onio luont'.i:',,
financially prov'uU'd (<>v by
the liquidation of our
assets Overseas, and will
not terminate till the last
man has sailed for home.
Naibna! Council, Yotrag Menys CSiristiaE^ Associations ef Canada
7 /'//��� i-'.ni l tumult" < (initxtifji is being conducted under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency,
the ' " " "
huh! of Devonshire, K.G., G.C.M.G., (Z.C.V.O., P.C.
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