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 *.*������������������������������������--���������'-.���������  'ZjZZ [;\'Z  m *\m mmi im***-*  .���������:'. ���������".:���������*��������� ���������'-������������������".'-'**-���������"���������-/''���������������������������" ;"V.'.v^  _.������  ; ,'.V  XVU- V J.JQ  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919  is  /  No. 15  <lw.     -*. r- P-  imc* jOu  Birth���������On May   18th.   to   Mr. and  Mrs. L. Bussack, a son.  A party from Cardston, Alta., with  Messrs. May and Ockey at the head,  were here the latter part of the week,  looking over the Yale property and,  we understand, have taken an option  on 160 acres of it. If the deal is closed  they intend going heavily into dairying.  The caterpillar engine   i.s   again   on  hauling logs from the  neighborhood of the schoolhouse.  Report has it that both the Canyon  <Jity and Huscroft schools will be looking for new teachers this summer,  neither Mrs. Hodnett o������- Miss Dow intending to return.  Canyon Oity is coming back into  strawberries again. Huygens and VanAckeran have just planted out an  aei-e of new cleai-ing to them, and  p.'wn. niin is getting u, stretcn oi new  clearing ready to set out to them also.  Tom Hickey was a passenger  through eastbonnd on Sunday, to  Nanton, Aita. He is now buying furs  for a Calgary house, and was returning from a trip into  Lardeau country.  Saffron Petreschuk has this week  sold his ranch here-Jto a'"Swede family  from Alberta,.who expect to take possession early next month. Saffron is intending to s-en-jove. to the prairie to  live. j  from her sister in the Old Country  that Sam was very much alive and in  quite good health. Mrs. Scott is making preparations, however, to visit  England, and will leave at an early  date.  This .section has never seen anything to equal the showing of the  fruit blossoms that is in evidence this  year. Trees that were heavy bearers- last year have more blossoms than  ever, and if all the trees will carry is  ever matured and harvested 1919 ought  to see the Valley with a half-million  dollar crop alright.  ������fi  ���������&8S  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  SHoi m Mormon  The water has risen so rapidly op  the flats since Sunday that cattle owners are busy at present getting the  stock up into the hills. There are  about 300 head of them to :nb\-e chis  Vear.  Mrs M. B. Long left on Friday on a  visit to friends at Coifax and other  Washington state points, and expects  to be- away until almost July.  .Jack Smith is busy fencing his place  here. He has it all ploughed aud in  shape to plant out to orchard.  Quite a few of the young people  from here were at Porthiil on Saturday night for a dance in the Oddfellows Hall.  W. Barraclough has work well along  on the commodious new residence he  is erecting at his ra-ftch her-  pf-Ml I*. 0  w. i. oinust-.er is expecting his son,  Vie. T. Simister, back from overseas  service the latter part of the week. He  arrived at Halifax a few days ago.  Spraying operations occupy people's  attention those days. The show of  blossoms on all kinds of fruit is tremendous, and if all matures certainly  all hands will have surplus cash to  buy tractors with.  W. A. Pease left ou Thursday on a  inisinoss trip to Spokane and other  points in Washington.  -Erickson  (���������Jen. Hobden left on Monday for  Halcyon, where he is taking the sulphur springs treatment for it touch of  sciatica, which has been bothering  him of late.  To the People ov Creston���������  It seems strange that although we,  as a family, have lived in and around  Creston for over eight years, that  some of the people here still believe  that we belong to that church called  Mormons, although we   have   spoken  ��������� ���������pjrit *\ m-v, ���������������*������     -4- ��������� ,���������������-��������������� rv.40.,   4.*^     *-tU^-      ��������� ��������� .��������� JL_. _...__ _  ���������.-*.������-.--.������������������ t    utiij-co  -i\������   LrAlC  tun ui*rt,i.*Y ���������  I might say that we have never  at any time had any connection  with the Mormon church, which  church has its headquarters in Salt  "Lake City, Utah, "while the headquarters of the church to which we belong  are at Lamoni. Iowa, and Independence. Missouri. The teachings of our  church, from 1832 to the present, has  been, in regard to the marriage covenant, "There shall not any man among  you haye save it be one -wife, and concubines he shall haye none, for I the  Lord delight in the chastity of women  and whoredoms are an abomination  before me."  . We as a church haye ever upheld  and taught this doctrine. The standard books of our church teach one  wife, and more so than any other-  church, and we are willing to stand  behind these statements. We also  teach the same doctrine as Christ  taught in the church which He established when on earth. We believe if  God has never changed thas His  teachihgs will never change. We believe that the same gifts and blessings  that God gave to the church in the  days of Christ are for his church today.  We find in Cor. xii. 28 these words:  ���������'And God hath set some in the church  first, apostles, secondarily prophets,  thirdly teachers, after that miracles,  then gifts of healing, helps, govurn-  ments, diversities of tongues," And  in the fourth chapter of Ephesians,  beginning at the eleventh verse, you  will lind the same thing again. Please  go on and read and yon will find  what these officers were for. In the  thirteenth verse you will find how  long they wore to stay, "'Until we all  come-in to the unity of the faith, and  of the knowledge of the son of God  unto a perfect mini; unto the measure  of the stature of the fulness of Christ."  Surely it is right and just to take God  at His word.  In John xii. -18, yon will find these  words, "Tie that re joe tell) me, and re-  ceiveth not my words hath one that  judgeth him; the words that I have  spoken shall judge him in that day."  Read the next two verses. Thanking  you for space.        IOmjiiiu 11. IJuauwav  E9 Hr B  A Public Meeting to consider  the report of the Citizens'  Committee handling the  canvass of the Valley on  behalf of the above undertaking will be held in the  MERCANTILE HALL on  VvQirif   ���������   11 llll lu  lfM|  at 8.30 p.m.  will be recalled, went across with the  first Canadian   Contingent,   in   September, 1914, and it was  just  about a  year iater that he was taken prisoner,*  and has three and a   half years  in a  German prison camp to his credit. For  almost a year before the armstice was  signed no word had come   from   him,  and for a time the   worst was   feared.  Despite very short and indifferent ration's, and other uncertainties of life  as a guest of Fritz, Pte.  Foote is looking fine, and after a few  days renewing eld acquaintances he expects to go  raoeuing again in tu^ v adey.  &������������&9*  f~ns   ��������� "ii  i tssa   -ur-iti  /-������/-p,Ty> TT. i oro   "sr"'  of this committee, and the  meeting wiii be called upon  to select a new committee  to proceed with all work in  connection with the completion of the Memorial.  HEWS OF KOOTENAY;  R. B. Staples  Chairman  C. G. Bennett  Secretary  'vBrmnm  Creston Branch  of   the   G.W.V.A.  had its May meeting   in the   board of  C-, 4 J* .  Octal l/UPX-Jr  ~-  * ~.t-   X       *.l*4~  UlgUU   Wlum  Victoria to Decide  l*.    M.   Staples left the   fore part of  the week for Vernon   where he   is at-  t * t> Ir I-i) * ������l������**      tl        i\ i \*4 s.st #���������.*.���������..*       it tn st-ttrl t sr. tsr   ,%1r        I Ii.i  m-wlyKii-medlnH^       C' \{' Wa.id, the Kootenay   direetoi  on   the     provincial   land   settlement/  .'(.ill .iiiiiilui li-li-pliiuii- has liii'ii iii j botiid, was here again on Monday and  smiled in the Frickson section at the I Tuesday, when he had a final confer  ���������las. Adlard eosidence. j onee ���������,*-*, Mhhki-8 Hriggs and   Rodgers  Spraying operations were general ; '���������������* ���������������������������'��������� <''>������>'<���������.' Oil.y Lumber Co., Ltd.,  toward the end of tlie week. With tin- ! ���������*������������������'��������� ���������������''<>"'���������- ���������"' terms as to the purcliaHo  number or power sprayers in action i of ���������������������������'* eoinpaiiy's HOOO-aero tract at  iiml tractors on the cultivating job in ' Ganyon City, part of which the hoard  several orchards the   Krieksmi seel ion   pi'opnse.s ni utilize   tor   .soldier-   settle-  twenty members in attendance. In  the absence of Comrade Russel Leamy,  who is at Nelson hospital undergoing taeatment, Comrade R. Sinclair-  Smith has been named secretary pro  tern. Plans were discussed for a monster celebration at Creston on Dominion Day, July 1st, and this will be taken up at the citizens, meeting or.  Wednesday night. A special committee is no.w in harness getting out a programme of entertainments, the first.of  which will be a dance on Friday next,  May 30th. Another special committee  was named for the purpose of secur-  in������** l-ii-pTev ou'irteps for the rer**!!!"?  meetings of the branch. The attendance at present is rather large for the  present quarters, and with new members being constantly enrolled more  room must, be secured.  Local and Personal!  can surely claim to be up to date.  i'\ V. Staples islinsiling clearing opera! ians ou his 20-ncre tract on the  Canyon road, with a view to gelling  a coup|e of   acres   of   it    into   Mtraw-  '.,. a 1 III. Ill I 1 ���������<>���������> fl .'II.  lleXt   Vi'.tl.  un in, il tint ileal goes through. Mr.  Ward left un Tuesday I'or Victoria,  where the matter will be gone into  with ihe premier and minis.cr of agriculture, and announcement one way  ...  i".n- iiiiiii-i- on tlie   ii-aiiHacliioii    may  The   report    aid at    la*.!    week  Sam Staitt. who   u.-nl    ovci.-.>a:>'  I he I'oii'Hliy draft, had   died    in  I-. ...I     ������i i .iP.il.        ...-,..  ,..       I I,.   i i - ���������.      ,���������.������������������-  Ali-p. Jpi'iUt  linn tti'i-k    receiving    wind    will approve of the pnrehasi  A citizens meeting is called for  Wednesday night in Mercantile Hall  to hear the report of the committee  appointed some time ago to handle the  canvass of the Valley for funds to erect, it soldiers' memorial. About .$1500  was guariinteed and this meetino is to  complete organization to got on with  the ei-ecfion of the monument.  Thc May meolinjy; of Creston .school  board was unimportant. The secretary was instructed to write the education department for a permit for  Miss Vida Gobbett, who is in charge,  of thc. primary room, and ������. hill for !'''���������>,  from tlu* I.icvjhw for advertising was  ordered puid. All the niembei'M were  in attendance, and Chairman .lack  nod pre.'iidcd.  Another war veteran got, home last  week iu 1*1 c. Clarc*-,c<- I'mhi-cc, who ia  spending a few days here with his  mother, Mrs. Itopsomer. Smoky joined  up with ivnii   known an the   American  !.:���������'.;::���������(:     ���������;!        '"i ',��������� ��������� - u i . ',      '>.!'.,     ,-,-r"ji.     ut  Ifi'O. -tnil li-id 'i couple of y/'.������.i:i service  in I'Yance. While on active service he  joined up with tin* benedicts, Mi-h,  Kinlii-ce being a Toronto girl. Clarence  left   thiu week  for    W������M'."nev,  where In.  has secured a position, and   will make  I  There isn't an empty house or shack  of any description at Penticton.  At Trail permits for $2300 worth of  new buildings and alterations were  issued in April.  At present Trail smelter is refusing  to treat ores originating at mines in  she Ursited States.  The Fresbyteritm congregation at  Grand Forks has presented Pastor  Wright with an auto.  Kaslo citizens will pay taxes this  year at a rate of 36* mills. A third of  it is for school r,i*'**1r,oses.  Cranbrook Orange Lodge is being re  organized, and may attempt a 12th of  July celebration this year.  At Silverton the miners are demanding pay at the rate of $1 per hour, and  six hours to be a days work.  Boy scout effort is too tame for Penticton. The youths there want a cadet  corps, and have 120 members f nr it.  Dr. Ney, Trail's medical health offi-  car, is again able, to practice -his.pro-  fession, after a two week' lay-up with  mumps.  G-reenwood p^ublic school was closed  a couple of the weeks the fore part of  the month on account of a third visit  from the flu.  Despite the depression in mining the  Trail smelter has handled but 16,000  tons less ore for the first four months  of this year as compared with 1918.  Kaslo wiii construct about 3000  square feet of cement sidewalk this  year. Now we have prohibition the  walks will only require to be five feet  wide.  It is reported that W. Powers has  received a contract from the Great  Northern for a million ties, and wi!!  cut them in the country around Greenwood.  Grand Forks asked .$2500 for soldiers  memorial monument and fountain,  but the canvass for funds does not  look hopeful for more than $1!)00 at  the outside.  A woodtick   in   the shoulder of   the  sevcutoen-months'    old   daughter   of  P. Miit tioda, of Grand   Forks,   caused  the death of the child before the doctor  could be summoned.  George Ayott, who has spent the  last couple of months at hie home in  Ceylon, Sask,, returned last week, and  is again working for the Sash & Door  Company.  Mrs. H. A. McKowan of Cranbrook  was a yisitor here last Thursday and  Friday, the guest of Mrs. G. A. Hunt.  Inspector Calveri paid Stitchener  school a visit last Wednesday."  F, Belanger of Creston was* a Kitchener caller between trains on Saturday. E. A, Vaehon of the same town  was a visitor here on Saturday and  Sunday.  K. Spring returned to his home at  Spokane on Sunday after spending the  last two weeks at Kitchener.  H. Rymell left on Tuesday for Vancouver where he intends to remain  until fall.  P. A. Paulson of Spokane is a business visitor here this week.  *TilP.     Ffftn/IOTPCrpr.     ������-vf    f-������>o������>������-������-p������������     ~rxr^A-x      ��������� ���������   -*    ��������� x,��������� xx���������~.'x-     xr0      p/nvOllVU      AAAXXXXXZ      XAltt  Officii*,*    -WlRlfc   <"���������<-������   4-1r*AX   0<pU rx.rxi     ~_    H*-      _ -. J*      _,  7-' '..-.,-.       , ���������xr     ���������x^xr    xr~00\rx00      VM     J. I.COUOrjl ,  -Miss Vida Gobbett and Ted Mawson  of Creston were Kitchener callers between trains on Sunday.  O. Geroux and H. Nicholson were  business visitors at Fernie oyer the  week-end.  s*^  ���������Station agent Goodman is getting  away this week for an extended holiday, which he will spend at Taconia  and*, coast points.  Yardmaster Loasby is another official who is leaving for quite a lengthy  holiday, which he will spend at Ana-  corffes, and other points in Washington.  T?.a������*t/~iV*f-.    V������^C������    ���������"**-   *-V.rt*i-        **f-������rt ���������rm*\.-**m~m-m0.%,ST.m- *-  m-TdTT. m~--~*m. %d   MC4������    ������v   vu(������V       md<Wm'~ &*���������* "*" ~>-m UUJOlJ mf  will this year start work on a concrete  wharf at Proctor, and that it will be  followed by the rebuilding of tbe Koot  enay Landing wharf of the same ma -  terial.  Jack Cameron is back on the job  again, and in the absence of Mr. Loasby is in charge of the yard crew.  Mr. Nigg, a returned soldier, is expected to act as relief agent during  Mr. Goodman's absence.  Creston callers are not numerous at  present. Mr. Aspey was at the. metropolis on Friday, and on Saturday Jim  Pascnzzo returned from there with a  saddle horse, the journey taking about  four hours.  A son and heir arrived at the Dennes home on Wednesday morning, the  yard engine and crew being requisitioned for the trip to Creston for Dr.  Henderson.  Tho North greenhouse has sold out  its entire stock of tomato and cabbage  plants, and lofused orders for almost  double the quantity sold.  mmm  Phoenix is having a third   call from  the flu' and as there ih no medical man  resident (here   they have to get along  with twice a-week attention from   !V. j     Twelve tables .'f p!-iy,u-s and i-uiu* a  Truuiix of Grand Forks. ( gallery of spectators were attendance  In order to kill the cut worms the . *���������*��������� l*u" Women's Institute concert and  lawn around the Greenwood posto'llce j Nv*������'s- ������" '���������>.'������������������*>* night at the Parish  is sprinkled with Paris Green. So far '������������������������������������l- ���������������������������������' .**���������''>-���������- intake from the affair  no wandering bovines have been tool- j ������*������.nning almoM $:U). The programme  i.sh enough to pasture there. I feature was almost   entirely   musical.  I   MlH.    irillllltt    (Vtlpt Vll-p.lf ...I      "    ������*."..������..;   ','���������,'���������,  Trail MelhodiMl.. gathered in $2.41(5 j Jin<! .Mi,s,.s j-,;.,,,.', ii,lMnY.s ,.,",.;, Viva..,,.!*  1-iHt year in spite of the prolonged I Ml,���������,.,. ��������� ���������_.,,���������, ,,���������,,��������� , K n���������,,,,().,  closure due to Ilu. They paid all eurr-1 favon.l, wi|h a v<>���������0 ���������,,,��������� ||s w<,��������� HH a  enf expenses .$:()( ol back debts, and ��������� V(.���������() ���������.,,- f(U. L,u; Vni;u) mmiWi.  cut the church debt down $.-4)0. j by u   ��������� SUp,,.K< M*ss .,, IH> Pjlhn)M.  After paying all expenses the hos- 'providing t he piano accompaniment  pital ball Cranbrook will get the innti- I for both selections. Mrs. .1. W. 1 lanolin! ion $in()0. In this tire a number of ' ton introduced a novel feature in the  donations, a notable   one   being   $2-10 . toy symphony, a sort of   juvenile ja/.y.  In- looked for any dav now.  Mr. Ward  that   i*- thoroughly tiatistled thai the buy at i *"H ���������"������������������*"'���������  will,    till' i������l i.:,-  I.i   li.i., ot.l ii iiii-i! on    lln> I iai'1   '        A   velerioi  who    'im     ri'i-i-i vi 11.1-     mi  Kite;,   is .i safe  in vent inent,   and    in   equally | eeptinuully hearty welcome   home  .!���������..-���������,  ��������� ���������������������������i'!"de!������t t������u���������....!'..,.du.i ..������.  v;,,....;.. ' pi,-. .\--.*>;\v. !-\,.>i.'. who ,.niv.-,������  front  Din   ('vcen mul  Mi'Kinimn  Th:- !!������'i-:!li! ir (tying to .ll.r.ou.r.fr-  the l'enl iel on baseball team from  playing .Sunday games away from  home. Their home town does not go  in for Sunday  sports    cjNept golf.  There'in quite an exodus of l-'nt*;.  Iiuh   Church  clergy   from    Knii'i'iniys  <ii.H������ l,*.4pr  ti*v.    Miuit-  h'lllil     lllll    liiiuli'     l      ili.ci.l.i.l   liO If,..,  Maxwell .*iiip Mrs. Thurston were seen  in ;. one act si; it. "The ('enmis Taker,"  which whs al*ai a very popular number. The winners at ranis were Mcc  liitiii*, I lot iiliu*ph and I'el t ijriew, with  p*'...",5-* vY.-t.^ie ���������!*���������-"! i''::'.::\: !"::;;.���������:*��������� !.,.!;-  inil hoiiie the iiii'ii''- nri/.i" .  Illll'll        l<������        11*!!.. I'UI. I        >ll HI  Hughe:, ol" Proctor   and  at I goiiiei >   nf    Kiluc*.". i.un    tinili    lei l     last  i (Venton   ou    iueaday.     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last longer when treated with
Satin  Gloss.
Dust docs not stick where it
is used.
Demand  it  at   your  dealer.
Kconomica!���Buy it in the big
yellow can���in Kegs or in Barrels.
Domestic  Specialty Co.
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round to a square package will
be made as rapidly as practical.
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me quauiy oi ine rounu ana
square cakes is guaranteed to be
identical in every respect. Each
of the square cakes are wrapped
separately by machinery, in wax
paper, in such a manner as to
make them practically airtight,
and scientifically hygienic.
Four Killed in Quake
Las Pal mas, Canary Islands.���-Four
people were killed In thc earthquake
which shook thc island of Fucrtavcn-
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nances, industries, transportation systems, shipping, trade and commerce
as parts ot their military machine.
The huge sums of money -which
Pw��enu5,tiy must pay- to
not extorted from her as was thc indemnity which Germany imposed on
France in 1871. Germany then imposed a fine on France, but today the
allies arc hut compelling Germany to
make restitution and reparation for
the waiiion destruction she has caused in Belgium, France, Serbia and
other countries and for thc crimes
committed against inoffensive noti-
! combatants contrary io all the accepted usages of war.
The peace treaty, however, is much
more than the infliction of just punishment on  Germany  for  the horrors
.land sufferings she brought upon the
! world and ilie enforcement of guar-
'autees against a repetition of thc out-/
i: rage. Wiih. its League of Nations!
j covenant it is a declaration of princi-
i pies for the guidance of all nations,
j large and small, in their dealings
with one another. It docs even more
; than thai���il lays down principles
1 which ave to govern within lhc na-
; tions themselves in their dealings
j with their own people.
Well   defined     principles     are      laid
.down under -which thc more advanced
. ��� nations are  to  i>c entrusted with  man-
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TORONTO, CANADA
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EDITORIAL
Charter ol theWorld'sFreedcKi
'lhc peace tri-ai v. including, as it.
docs, thc covenant <>:" thc League of
Nations, which has beer, presented fo
Germany for signature, is without
question one oi" the nios.t important
documents ever drafted in the history
of this old   world.     It   takes  its  place
along  with   Magna   ("nana     and     "the'
American    1 >t .���������laration    of     Independence  as   an   instrument .of   tlie      first
magnitude   in   providing   for  and   safeguarding   the   liberties     of     mankind.
Magna Charta and the Declaration of
Independence   won   for   the . English-
speaking peoples of the  world    those
rights and liberties which  wc prize so
highly,   and   iti   defence,   of   which   we
are ever ready to lay down  our lives,
and   they   had   their   eftVrt   on     other
nations.     But  tlie  treat;.- of   Versailles,
l*-)lf>.  is   designed   to     guarantee      the
��-*r.-ioc   and   lib*---r* tes    not   ot   one   va.ee ���
Im i  eil  all   races  and  all I
^ | datory powers over less advanced tcr-
. ritorics  and  less  enlightened peoples.
| Where  people  are.  not yet  capable  of
j self-government,  they  arc  to  be  go*--
=^ I erncd,   not   for  the   benefit     and     aggrandizement of  tlie governing   body,
but   for   the  advancement   and  in     the i
welfare  of the people  themselves.  So, j
loo,   is   il   clearly   defined   that   in   all j
nations   llic  man  who   works  with  his!
hands,  and   puis   his  physical   strength
in   his   work,  is  no   longer  to  be     regarded   as   a   mere  commodity   to    be
used   for  profit, but  as  a   human     he- i
ing, a partner  in  ihe. world's -work.
No longer are the small and weal:
nations of the world to bc forced to
live in constant dread iindja*>"the -menace of a rattling sword in the hands
of a stronger nation", no longer are
peoples and races lo be held
to
ruthles
Sir Robert Returning
Paris. ��� Sir Robert Borden, thc
Canadian premier ,is returning to
Canada, according to Reuters, because the political situation there is
said to require his presence. Sir
George Foster probably will take Sir
Robert's place as head of the Cana-
j dian delegation.
is a very sctisativc organ  and easily
When- this  occurs  there
is undue  secretion  of bile    and    the j
acrid liquid flows  into  the    stomach i
and sours it.    It is a most distressing!   1
ailment, and many are prone l-f it. In
this  condition  a  man  finds  the    best
remedy in Parmeiee's Vegetable Fills,
which are warranted to speedily correct the disorder.    There is no better
medicine in the entire list of pill preparations.
The frankness with which a seventeen-year old girl refers to herself as
an old maid is  certainly amusing.
With
EGYPTIAN-LINIMENT
I*or Sale by all Dealers
Douglas &  Company,  Napsnec,  Onl.
Bolsheviki may reason that if they
can make all other nations as rotten
as Russia, then Russia will be as
good as any other nation. ��� Toledo
Blade.
^mtm     -.K^A      \ J
Ladies Perfume Your Skin
Wills &
na**,    l~nf AMf-if
AntloCptic,  prophylactic*  deodorle- g
ing, fragrant anil refreshing-   Cuti- j
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baby and dusting powder.    Convenient and economical, takes the place
of other perfumes for the person.    A
few grains sufficient.   One of the indispensable Cwticura Toilet Trio for
kee-oinc tbe ��k5r>, -Dure and st**-*-*,*-.
Cuticura Soup 25c., Ointment 25 and Wc., Talcum 25c plus Canadian duties. Sold everywhere.
For sample each free address: " CnUcnxa, Popt.
H. Boston. U. S. A."
J
Iras'
And Was Losing   Control
and  Legs  Because  of Exhausted
Condition of Nerves���Doctor
i Said Ke Could Do Nothing
! But  Complete  Cure  Was
j S7cCor.x0.ri
Belgium's Present .Army        	
Brussels. ���- Belgium's army at
present numbers 210,000 men and 115-
000 have been demobilized, the minister of war informed parliament. The
minister said he would do his utmost
to reduce the Belgian -military forces
to 100,000 men as soon as possible.
    ._ _ ��   H   l\     W
BIB'i    s w /-si jl
WJmm^   mimt ���****> ���     -*-* ���    ���'    ��� �����       mSS-~ ��*!^*-
*���"���*�� "-ar t JT*7 HT^ "-TZf
i i i-c ~W
m      ST     ��g    -GXJ   XT     TVL
DEPENDS UPON  GOOD  BLOOD TO NOURISH THE BODY
it? j Weak Feopie Need a Tonic, One Which Acts Direciiy
one  have  come  to   onr  attention   that
,,i -     i i we are forced to consider Dr. Chase's
slimed    -v- T^        p   ,i ,t     i ��� . ._   .
, , ...    ,      .Nerve hood thc most effective  trcat-
t toretgn yoke; no longer will  the   iucnt  nvai*',h1c.  fOI-    St.   Vitus'  Dance
l'urk be allowed to put. help-   and  all  such  conditions,  which   result
less Armenians lo the fire and sword; I irom nervous exhaustion.
Cordova, Man. May 20. ��� To parents'
&f ^ !       Upon the Blood and that Does Not Weaken the Body
cheer.    So many cures similar to this'; g_r "IJggjogg Ps-jvo*i-n��rs
'lo
nervous  the
, often   more,  than
huge conscript armies while other mil-j the  results     are
no   Um
million
���.er   will   it   bc   necessary     that
; of men be held in idleness in
There    are    thousands    of    people ! ate caused me intense pain and some
thcy
throughout Canada    who are without
ambition or strength to do their day's
work, and who  are always  tired  out,
have but. little appetite    and a    poor
They cannot get a refresh-
bear   and!1,1**'  "'S'-'-'s  sleep and  are  subject  to
headaches,
children     who     arc     naturallv ... . ,-,-.,
strain  of  school   life    is! d'^cstion    lliey
w) I my  night s   sle(
taxes
no
or one na".n">t
nation-.
Tiie pi: naiiir*-
arc sever'*, bin
are   not   j
r '
;. -
can   Dear,   aim:,   - ,    -, ,     ,-    , ,
seen in    head-tehes ! nca<-*'ac**es'   1>***C'*"*IC'1CS    ?*na    uervous-
tojeve troubles, loss of'appetite  arid in-'"css'   -*>cc��**��s<*   thcir   ^loo'd   is   ��"P��rc*
loiu-rcr   d'i-estion.     Thc use    of  Dr.     Chase's   ^0 "��'��1?nd }v<J,>!*e.n ���.\hls 5ondlU.��!1
,Ni,(,, t.f  ,.*llrnr.  , '^   Nerve Food at such  times  soon puts I ^  rAN ll,!ams    l ,nk 4 Pllls   Blve   <*mzkf
usi.uss oi   I.utope  to be   ih(.m     on     thoh.    fcct    ^ tlmCf.i relief and permanent cure because of
war  ami  preparation   ior    war.        I lie , iic-iltti and vi"'or ! t'-'ir direct action on thc blood, which
Mrs.'Wm. "Matt,     Cordova,     Mau.j '���'���-��� >' ,buiid "P \�� ils norn!aJ strength.
writes- I As   the  blood  becomes   rich  and  red
j lions   are   burdened      Willi
; maintain   them  in idleness;
; is  llic chief
in
in.
*-���. ������ >
lie
fl.4
he
(r(-i-;i:;iii;
J-.'iii'i.'��p'*.
I  ii;  a  -"!���
'. 11;! i /. i"��� 1: i i ���'
;-,  bill   ir.
imposed   ���
\\ !m:>   will
nd   necessary?
-   th'prive.d   ot
peace  treaty declares that it is  to be
| the   international     business     of      the
n   (ii-ruiany   world   to   create   better   living   condi-
i
say     thcy ; f.ons  for the masses, lo provide safe
Insofar j guards  for  tlie health of mankind,  to
territory | .,i.'t  down  slavery  in  all  its  forms,  to
opium
taken  ..way  from her, i j;C(:.*c   x]iC   destruction   of     tlu
led
:.<iay
S:
)V   C
rc-vi'n:
t':i'. pa
U.   i^!
\       01 ���.      ���
ac
ti
.'���  nor
rl   c,i   the   -il-, build   up   and
il  v.ron-js  in- ' ,U.wu  and  l>li
:hers  in     the
military p"\v-
other  vices-
���in   a   word   to
not     to      tear
Iv
It
bene iii
.  lit.
The pea.ee treaty and llic. League of
Nations covenant arc not perfect.     It
���c.iu-pc   -^ a luinuin document, and subject   to
...... ->    \ .. . . ......
,ali tinman w eaknrss.c.s auu iratliLies.
llnt iis intention is good, and the best
minds in ihe world have been respon--
-ible   for  its  drafting.     It   may   fail   in
....',..���   tilijee'.,  but   fa.ilure   will-not
i     pp.wer
\ r   races,
shown
;i-,.e   anil
... i -
1'
I
'cat
if Li'-r.
di-.
result from a lack of sincere effort
to attain success. It is the charter
of a world's freedom���a contract of
n'li-n*,-* from the agc-ohl crime of
,war. It remains for the masses of
peoples of the world, who arc
real :-u i'l'.'-rers in all wars, lo in-
iiiat ii l>e lived up to and fully
..-..���'ed.
Dance; to keep her quiet and out of
school. He said treatments weren't
any use for her. She was affected in
this way for a year. I thought something ought to be done, so in looking
over Pr. Chase's Almanac I read several testimonials from people who had
used Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I sent
*.r!   :'.!:t.rtcfl   tlii--*.   treat-
feet health.
BLOOD TURNED TO WATER
days I did not touch a thing but a
cup of cold water, and even that distressed me. As a result I was very
much run down, and slept so poorly
that I dreaded night coming on. I
was continually taking medicine, but
was actually growing worse instead
of better. Having often read the
cures made by Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, I finally decided to give them a
trial. I have had great cause to bless
this decision,    for by   the time I had
....   * . ... v .      .  C    *  .1. -..__     _-v
IISCU    U    Co Up Its    IU    UUACS    IIICIC     P,Pda    i.u
doubt the pills were helping mc, and
in less time than I had anticipated
the pills had cured me and I was
again enjoying not only good digestion, but better health in every way
than before."
ALWAYS FEELS  FIT
The wonderful success of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is due to the fact
that they go right to the root of the
disease in the blood, and by making
the. vital fluid rich and red strengthen
every organ and every nerve, thus
driving out disease and pain, and
making '"weak, despondent people
bright, active and strong. Mr. W. T.
"ohnson,    one   of thc best known and
���i.
A:
IOI"
Miiiard's and take  no Other.
Read   the    interesting    serial    story
commencin'i  in  this issue.
t-*y\ <zz\r
'\S
II
because it is baked arid.
rebaked for over twenty
ho ii vs.
Tbe result is a
Miss Jessie McLean, Trenton, N.S.,
says:���"1 was as weak as it was possible for any one to bc, and yet bc
able to go about. My blood seemed
to have turned almost to water. I
was pale, the least exertion would
ment.  with   utv daughter.     1 It-fore she j leave,  mc  breathless,    and     when      1
had finished the lirst box: I could .see j went up stairs 1 would have, to stop j '^yjni^biV'esUemed'men in Lunen-
a great cltauge. ,n her. and by the time and rest on the way. I <>fton lt.irt 1>ur amntv, N.S.. sav.s:_Mam a
she had laken the. six boxes she. was j severe headaches and at tunes my Provincial Land Survc-vor, and am
t'tpletcly   cured.      She     is   real   well j heart   would palpitate   alarmingly.     A j rx,H)t,0(i   ttl(.  ,r,.,.nter  part   of  thc  vear
good friend urged me to try Ur. \\H-|lo'vc,-v hard work travelling through
hams' Pink Pills -��*'J ''tavc reason lhc foVc b iluv { cai��p;ng *xt
to bc grateful that I took, thc advice..,. n; ht ;md , -fuKl he OT\lv tiling
Soon after boginntng the use. o. lio|tll.u wiI, kc , iur , to , ^ ., >
Pills I began to get sti*onger and by ; |)riWilliau.s' Pink Pills. When I
the tunc 1 had taken scvcn# hoses 1 , lcnvc ,IO!nft for ., lri . in ,|l0 wo a .i
elt that    T  was again  enjoytttg  good  ;iln as inlc.l.t,sU.���l in havI,      I1IV ]v
health. I think Dr. Williams I ink of ,,ilis .��� ,,r0vi*-ic,s. and on "sml, o.:-
Pills are a blessing to weak girls am I L..tsions , t:ikc lilcnl rt.KlIi;iriv, The
I   shall  always    warmly    recommend j ,.(.s,,u is ,- .������ :ihv;iVS flt, T licv(.r Ulke
cold, and  can digest all kinds of  food
such as we  have to put up with hast-
lily cooked in the woods. Having prov-
_ suuerer iron,  r.u-ii,nat,s.���  \yhoj(1(l   tl.,e  v;ilm,   <|f   |)r_   Williams'    Pink
expenments    with    outward    ..IM* j��*a-   Pills as  a  tonic  and  healHi  builder,   I
lions   is   only    wasttng   valuable   lime. . ;in) WVi.v without  then, and I lose no
and good money    in  depending upon   ri,llmrtMllilv in     recommending    then,
*mch     trealnient,    the.  trouble  still   re- I )n   u.,,.,,:  ,vrnTdr   I   nn-ef "
mains,    and    is all the. lime becoming)
more    firmly    rooted���-harder to cure. | SKIN TROUBLE CURED
when   the  proper   treatment     is      up - j -
plied.    Treat this disease  ihrough  thc!     ���N,1's-   ^ ���   huchie,     Parkbeg,     Sask.
������     - ������    '     "''      ago 1 was attae
now, and going to school every day.
--"Another daughter of mine has
found Dr. Chase's Catarrh Powders
very beneficial, and we always keep
the. Kidney-Liver Pills on hand as
a household reinedv i'or backache,
elc." -.       f
Dr. 1 base's Nerve hood, .-.0 cents
a box, a full treatment of 0 boxes
for ��2.75 a I. all dealers, or Kdman-
son, Hates i-v Co., Limited, Toronto.
Do not be talked into accept hip* a
substitute. Imitations only disappoint.
Diplomacy is the. art of making
others   bi-lieve   that     you   really   don't
w:ml   ''onn-lhint',   that   yon  ean'i   t-,et.
them.
Minard's      Liniment
Friend.
Lumberman's
RHEUMATIC   PAINS
The  sufferer  from   rheumatism   wh
i
You will be sure to be interested in
our new ticrial story appciri'ii.. in an-
^.1,4
m
1    *���-*- fl   -T   '
IOOU   J ii l - *t>i    ~~y -Ji Z> -rtt i k m . % i ks
value.
i. *-./ ar * m-ijr-j/tt v /\ /ifv. ur w -.fit c*-/ . trmr.0X v.ir
0x S Xr H..AI  0        0.M    y J       1    Vy..j4  Vij.   I     0 4*0    0   .   m   m   7.   . m    m    xxr
li
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pr)
"P.lac.k   Watch"    The   Best   Black
PIuij  Chewing Tobacco on the Market
line woin.iii always pass inoie al-
li'niioii to what aiiothi'i woman has
i.e   1 ban   lo   v. h.i I   ''lie   '"a.-> s.
To   Cute  a  Cold  in   One   Day
l..!:r       IAKAIINI        ItKi'Mo       u i' 1 N I N'!���
��� ..       . *   , . i. ,i    11,.   ,i
!���;.   w.
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I. I'. 11 ���
VI ill I.-,    oil       llit*       I -pml*l.
... t',-11 uu--   on   1'.i' li    I".'.'.
.IU.
blood and \ on will soon be rid of the
pains and tortures. As a cure lor
thctinialisui Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are unequalled. They act directly on
I lhc iiu'iiii'i", weak blood; they purify
and sltcii-.-lhen it, and so root out. the
raii*-i- of rheumatism. Mr. D. Lewis,
postmaster at. l-'.sciiininae, N.ll., says:
"I was attacked with rheumatism,
which settled in my elbow, shoulder
and knee joints, and at limes caused
nie ere.-it sul'l'tn'iitg. The. trouble, was
patliciilai'lv  severe,  last   spring  and   I ,   .
decided    to    try    Dr.    Williams'  Pink I \"l'r. ' n,,'-''v' , .', u\\(1 u,,,,^l,tllI ��' (1l-d.l
Pills.    After taking the   Pills for sonn
atie   pain-:     and   *-til'f
'..-      -Il     M.,,,,4',,,,   ,1      -,,,,1      1
tin
V.';ii'.-t     v. ill     render     lhc   pre! ticst
ImihD   uii'.ighlly.       Cleat    the   excres-
.,1,,. .   ,1 v. .1 v     i'.v     using
1 ,,. u   ('ui e,   v. hi* h     acts
.Hill   1 ���, I 1,1 i *��� ���. *. I -.���.
I I olhuvay ':*,
(hot oughly
I     Mrs,   W.   Ritchie,
! sa vs -.-   "I'w o  \ ears
jed with *.w..-uia on my hand-.*.. 1 tried
j almost everything that was advised,
jbtit as the trouble was growing worse
I I consulted a doctor and took hi-;
l treatment inv some lime with no i.ict ���
iter results. By this time, my hands
n 1 ii a in.*:..'., of ni.':', and 1 began l..
I despair of liiuliiii- a cure. A friend
i strongly advised me lo try l>r. \\il-
'liatns' Pink Pill*, and I decided to do
jso. After using two boxes I colli I
[ . r,-   an   iuiprov',!i',nt   and   I   --o'   -,   iwv
lii.n    the   rlieu
11        :
havre
111 nib
no
had     any     return   ot
A GOOD DIGKS'lTON
boxes, bv which time every I race of
ihe eczema had disappeared and
then*   ha*-   been   tuU   a   single  symptom
i 1, i ���      1,4, i, 1,11      .-,| 1.1 1    iii.ii   ii.ii'.      1
��� 11
1 elm
, Pill
lb
Mi...
says:
iron 1
.unl     b
belielit
11 coiiiiitrnd Dr. Williams' Pink
li ii l I'oubh s of this kind."
I >r. Williams' Pink- Pills r.hotthl he
kept in every home, and ihcir oera-
Williani Ihde, Midland, (int., Clonal n*-.* will keep ihe blood pure
'I    'titVeied     for     a   long   time   and   ward   fill'   illness.        Yotl     ran   get
  '      !,.   ..;��� ;':'!' ��'." .<;;;!. 'I h ������ I'l,   .' i ��� ��� i , I -
b-ah-r  "i-  1,\   mail   al   rille  a   box   or  six
S.' \  I   1 . '      I I I I  I II
ihn'toied  ;..'i
.  I. I , 44. I, , 4    ., .	
nitieh   without
that    I   bad   all   but   niven   unbov.-
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^^rwy-ppj-ywir*^'^  |ii'^-*r.yp*g feigrias  mmmxWk&ssii&si  %m%  7  V?    %~?m.^&^Zmy-'%-S.  JT-xM.        A-   ILmSMAr- -Jj%dfm-   I  sea  uiraeie  ���������   *=:  You surely must if you don't save .when you are ������  young. An Excelsior Endowment is the best way. 5  Write for pamplet to-day s  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1  WINNIPEG     SASKATOON      EDMONTON      VANCOUVER    5  Imt*vmrnnmmmm������m0Arn ,.,  ;��������� ��������� - .'������������������"'���������v^------1 ^���������'V^ \~-'!.*'-^Itf--d'\-.."*.'T.���������??3~-7-r?.'-.*/.-';'':.'.'.'?*^V??^??1??!  '"-J..:-''f.*.'*' 'ii*1*1****''' l*r'* n l'"'"-''1,    '-'���������^'"'J:~ ^"Lf'' * '"      ���������-���������'-'"������������������������������������''*-'���������    ' ' ' * ��������� * ' *���������'-*���������   '''  '   '   * '     ���������������������������"���������' * i ��������� ��������� 11 ft "* ic ' -* ���������*'*��������� ' .T-mii-m-x- ~~ '���������'    *���������*������������������-    ^^J���������^. . y.-.y *���������������������������������������������'���������*-���������  IIP'     i^-^v^si^ Kfear ajrad. Tear       ^1  on  Imperial  Mica Axie Grease  l5;-:jj ���������coats axle spindles and hub  linings with a glass-smooth coat  of soft mica and grease that  banishes friction between the  metal surfaces. Makes loads  easier to move up-hill or on level  roads. Saves wagon wear and  tear. Sold in sizes���������1 lb. to  barrels.  Imperial  Eureka Harness Oil  ���������keeps leather like new���������soft,  strong and pliable. Sinksinand  l-<-*eps water out. Prevents drying and cracking. Makes it last  longer. Sold in convenient sizes.  Imperial  Eureka Harness Oiler  ���������makes it easy to keep harness  and leather thoroughly oiled.  Saves time and work,  At Dealers  Eccrywhere  ~   '"isa  ���������S'  ���������I.  ri!  mil very dimple  ���������res ~a~r-ra~m%.  ~\-?fflm\%  After going through thc war without beating anybody, the former  crown prince is now- charged -with  \v h i n r> i ti cr lijs wife.���������"Vancouver Province.  Was the Cure of John New by Dodd's  Kidney Pills  His Troubles All Came from Sick  Kidneys and He Treated Them  With the Old Reliable Canadian  Remedy, Dodd's Kidney. Fills.  Hillside, Battlcford, Sask, May 19.  (Special).���������With a speed that, was almost miraculous, Mr. John Mew, a  well-known farmer here, has been cured of the kidney trouble from' which  he suffered for several years.  "Dodd's Kidney Pills cured mc," lie  says." "I wish to give them all tlie  thanks.".  Speaking further of his 1 roubles  and their sudden cure, Mr. New  says: "J think I inherited by kidney  disease from my parents, and I suffered off and on for several years. I  had stiffness in the joints, cramps in  thc muscles, backache, and neuralgia.  "I perspired freely on the slightest  exertion and my perspiration had an  unpleasant odoi\ I . was irritable,  often dizzy and was depressed and  low spirited. My skin was dry and  had a harsh feel and 1 was often  nervous. I  "I took just one box of Dodd's Kid-i  ncy Pills.    They cured me." ���������   _     j  If your troubles come from the kidneys you will have some of thc symptoms that Dodd's Kidney Pills cured  in Mr. New's case. Ask your neighbors about Dodd's Kidney Pill"*."  Gsn~.iS~%ss Best Pcesfftry Femtifi-ig  Tue iliui-iu aud ���������iaui-oui Fcnclfts���������a poulify fence itroa? enoueb toirit-'utin'i the coabtaed  wcieht of two bis; bones.   And tlizt jrithout a top or bottom beard other.   Oar leek ts the lecref,  of its atrcnetb���������a real protection to lareo fowls and little chicks tco,   If yas. are I**t:re*2**i ������3 st*:"  j1 f endue, writeus. Ask for our literature.   We also mantif-icture farm fence and ornamental fene  ine and eates.    Dialers nearly tvtrjtahtri.    Live aiir.tt .canted in unzitirned tmittrj.  THE "BANWtEJLI-HnXiE WIRE FENCE CO.. LTI>.  .Winnipeg, Mas.    jx^ ^      .Hassiltea, Oat.  *&.d.~mZ.  r*-"  wiitson harness  IS THE HARNESS  FOR YOU  The man who aims to roll up a  fortune must first learn to roll up  his  sleeves.���������Aylmcr__E*'prcss.  ^-^S-JisfS?*.'*^  i T*E?l3iSEMft51C  NO MATTER ll^WV01JRWE������l?^V5^BE -no i**attertot  PRICE M)U *W15H TO PAY - THERE'S A. WILSON KA1CIJNES3 OF  ���������tSREATER VALUE -~x\&-ttVt*& YOU - YOUR S7E-*vLER CAN "SET TT  \F NOT ALREATSTT SL'PPLSE.**** ������������    LOOK TOW OUR *rS^Pl^*^RK  HARD, SOFT, OR BLEEDING?  ?!  Allies Sink Bolsheviki Gunboat  Archangel. ������������������ One Bolshevik    gun-  Keport Is Denied  Copenhagen. ���������  The  Vcrwarts  de-  ,T Li i    ^ p ���������   i i 1     i hoal is reported lo have been sunk on j nies that the former kaised asked ih-2  iSo matter what kind or where lo-! ,     . . ,    . i ���������    ,. - .    .  catcd, any corn is promptly cured by Illlc   Uvina   river   during   an     engage-1 Berlin  government  for  permission   to  Putnam's"'    Corn     Extractor:       being ! ment between the British river flotilla j return  to   f'ermrtny.  purely  vegetable   it   causes     no   pain. jant]_ ianj batteries    and    the    enemy | .    -. .  Guarantee with everv bottle of "Put-  SMOOTHEST REGULATOR  THE BOWELS  IS HAMILTON'S PILLS  ������������������^.ip-***-*"*  \  No Headache, Biliousness, Indigestion  or Sour Stomach, Where  They Are Used  ~y&*  km is m.  each cah or  mu  A  FINE  CONSTIPATION  CURE!  They Cleanse the   Liver   and   Move  The Bowels While You Sleep  W.CLARK  LIMITXD  MOMTrPP-rP*,  Like a ship in thc night, your constipated headache and digestive troubles will disappear after using Dr.  Hamilton's Pills.  They cure the worst cases, act  quietly at night while you sleep, and  give you next morning the freshest,  briskest, happiest feeling you have  known in  jnany a day.  Hamilton's Pills will cheer up the  most despondent  sufferer.  They will make, tired out folks feel  like   kids  at phi}-.  They overcome backache, sideachc,  liverachc and stomach, and kidney  ills.  If they fail to do this, you can have  vour nionev refunded. Pair enough,  eh?  Don't stay sick or ailing! use this  grand family remedy at once. It will  give you energy, spit its, ambition,  appetite, good blood,*, better nerves���������  in short good health.   You can get all  ".LiS    ill    a    xlxi'Ll    iiO?C    Oi    jt-o'.    j lalUiilOii S  Tills. Sold by all dealers in medicines.  If the average man could live his  'life ovcr he would probably be a bigger  fool  than  ever.  nam s,  ers.  use no other, 25c. at all deal-  ! fleet.    Thc allied flotilla, aided by air-  "Black   Watch"     The   Best   Black  | planes,  also  conducted a  brisk bom-j pjug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  ! bardment along  tlie  Vaga  river. |  ,   Huns  \XTdTVrT-l-  tt a.ii-  Cheaoer Food  for Higher Wages  Berlin. ��������� Almost-unnoticed amid  thc excitement incident to the receipt  of tlie peace terms, and probably influenced by them, a movement, in  which thc workers are receding from  their earlier demands for higher  wages and arc striving to induce the  government to reduce prices, is gradually  gaining  ground.  THE BEST MEDICINE  FOR LTITLE ONE  Thousands of mothers state positively that Baby's Own Tablets are  the best medicine they know of for  little ones. Their experience has  taught  them  that  thc Tablets  always j  May -.jDject to Austnans  - Berne. ��������� As a result of a plebiscite held in Yoralbcrg, the westernmost district of Austria-Hungary, crt  the question of uniting with Switzerland, 45,000 persons voted in favor  of annexation as compared with 11,-  000 against  such a union.  Overtures to    Switzerland will now  do just what is claimed for them and  that thcy can bc given  with    perfect   begin, but thc Swiss states themselves  safetv  to  children  of all  ages.     Con-   arc to have a plebiscite on thc  qucs-  Iccrning   them  Mrs. Joseph  Therricn,   tjon  of  taking: in  of crown  lands.  ,..,      ,  .     ,              -     ..          .           ,     ,;St. Gabriel dc Brandon, Que., write.*-:  Ihe  latest  organization     to    adopt  ������Baby.s   Qwn   Tablets   are the    best!    medicine I know of for little ones.   I  thought I Avould lose my bab3r before  trying    thc    Tablets,    but they  soon  In   li'.ni   heal I'***���������'   and     happy      and  this policy is the German railway-  men's association, whose representatives  at  a   conference    with  Minister  I   til*. 41 f.  Schmidt, agreed  to abandon demands j n"~v Vvrou]~d nol'bc   without" them."  for higher wages, it    the government  would  reduce  food  prices  Miller's Worm Powders never fail.  They immediately attack the worms  aud expel thciu from thc system.  They arc. complete, in themselves, not  only as a worm destroyer, but as a  highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and  restoring the debilitated system to  healthfulncss, without which the  growth of the child will be retarded  and ils constitution weakened.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealer? or bv mail at 25 cents a box  from The "Dr. William's Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  One woman always pays more attention to what another woman has  on thau  lo  what she says.  Minard's Liniment    Used   by Physicians.  Sparc   the   rod   and  pleasure of fishing.  miss   half   the  Leave for Russia  London. ��������� Thc first contingent of  the volunteer army raised to relieve  the men who ar.e fighting in north  Russia left Newcastle recently for  Archangel. Fifteen hundred men, including a machine gun company, were  entrained. Two other contingents will  icuve   ior  week.    .  iiori.ii   ivinssiu     (inritu  llic  I   cured  a   horse     of    the      Mange  with MINARD'S  IJ NT MF. XT,  CHRTSTOPHPR SAUNDERS.  Dalhousie.  I  cured  a   horse,     badlv     lorn     by  a pitch fork, with MINARD'S LINIMENT.  St.   Peter's,  C.P..      EDW.  I.INLIliP.  I  cured a  horse  of  a  bad  swelling*  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  Palhurst, N.B.     THOS.  \V.  PAYNE.  Floods in Sweden  Than!  Thc telephone girl has a speaking  acquaintance with a great many people  ihat   she doesn't  recognize.  f  TtOX iIWf$  When you are all out of mutches,  jiiid yiiti yo to the n-.*.*,.c.1  .store for a fresh supply, 10 to 1  therc-Ye Eddy'**.  The ni.it ch box on the shelf above  the kiliheti stove, from which you  help yourself no freelv - 10 to 1  "IM'-Jd ���������,'.���������,.  You strike n lij'ht in the rent-  atir.int, the club or ��������� lecpin,; car ���������  10 lol you'll find that Kddy's  name is ou the box.  EDDY'S MATCHES  *r-* in 4- li.-ully In tuiivrrfiuliue tlirotigh-  oiilC.ui.iilu, A ui'iUlit'i'i i-vriy imtpii-ic.  uinlrvriy nutti-h lit fur it������i |iurpok>*. The  ii'-xt thii'- j-.i'itiit*,- mut.'li'-'. '���������'��������� "!i.il '!"*  1'M.tv ir.iin.* li i.u t lif linv.  It. I-i vour hot  HU.4. .14441   4*.   4.4    ^_U;1^4-ll4->U,  ri>*p P, n, r.nnv rn. Linutcd  HUM,, C*i..<*.iU  .  A'. ,i imit--i*; of lit.lurnti-ill ilreuari  iiull^pcr St'ttiaUit).  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  ; Worm l-'.Mrrtuinator doer, not require  '������������������ thc assistance of any other medicine  'lo make il effective. It does not fail  i lo do its  work.  A new serial story commences in  this issue. Do not miss the ���������."iv.-t instalment.  Relieves Asthma at Once.     If  you  could read tlie thousands of unsolicited l*i 1 ������MS received by tin- maker-*.  from grateful users you, too, would  realize the remarkable curing powers  of Dr.   I.  I >. Kcllogg's Asthma Rcm-  P. II I Oil IP.-I  V  1.  Why suffer or experiment - with  worthless preparations when lhc genuine Kcllogg's can T>c purchased ever v wit ere.  I      i p ii :..  .:. ! . ...    - .. i    -1  ....  !  I j   ,<'<���������.*, ���������       - * il    v ii -*i- .-p,   tut I I'i*. ii t   .out    t II * till IV  M j are.  hetu-lited  by    this    great    faniil  I I ������������������.-uu .ly, ������������������ml   nii'iiy nf  them   'in*  '-ur**-i  Damage Estimated    at    More  30,000,000 Kronen I  Stockholm. ��������� North Sweden is experiencing thc worst floods in many  years, due    to    abnormal    rain    and  Cv\ti*t   "Trf"!  ftl/a^rii *?   snowfall.   The damage is estimated at'  ���������Orel    X������   t^ieep .    jnorc  lh;in   30<000|000  kronen.      There  Why Can't  Thousands of people all over the  country ask this question, but still  continue to toss night after uight on  a sleepless bed, and it is impossible  for them lo get a full night's refreshing  sleep.  Sonic constitutional disturbance,  worry  or  disease  has   so     debilitated  and  irrita'rd  r.erv.u!.*; system that  way  Iwd.  ���������TJ.  zt::s  T  "1C  l'u.ll'1   U-ll   all  lie   for   seed.  .r'j.r-r. MiniivV  l*"iling   ;���������  ymi know, keep  a  lit  ,pv"i* pll^P". ���������     *pp  iU  Kl'll.,1    . ���������      >-.< I II  ���������.-"���������1:11. It    I-*'   "���������  c"-'i 'l.  NURSING  i.i   i  ii  I  U C.-K.  :    fr--  l.rui ii  ;*.   will     '"���������Meit!!'.'*:;   r:ifp::   tlte  feelings   of  tlie   heirs.  .p   Only One "RROMO OUTNINE"  Vr* irrt iii** jrt-iuiiiir, cull for lull tin me   I.AX-  TIVK   IIKOMO   OIIININI".   'I"..l.lr-n        I ������"'  l*>r   Mcnattirc  ot   j*_   \V.   GKOVK.     Cures   a  CulJ   it:   Out   l>-i.     CO*..  VV,  IM.  U.  \?.~.  it cannot be quietened except by thc  pernicious use of opiates or narcotics. Or again, you have heart  palpitation, aud sensation of sinking,  a feeling you are ening to die, or  perhaps you wake up iu your sleep  feeling as though you were about, to  choke or smother,  and  the  only  \va  VOU     ."IIP     r-O'f     ,-r.l'rpl*    t l>      lit     .-.I     l|h     Ml  ^   - ..     .....     04-������    . .  ..x .     ..-     I���������     .--.     -���������!       -I-  To all who suffer in this way, Mil-  burn's Heart and Nerve Pills oll'er an  inestimable boon. Thcy bring hack  the much-needed night's rest by improving thc tone of the nerves,  strengthen the hear!, enriching the  blood and making lhc whole organization act in liarinoiy-_-tlie.il you  sleep as peaceful as a  child.  Mrs. Jas. Latimer, Ai) Leinster St.,  St. John, N.I.., writes:���������"At night J  I could no* < I.T'ti. f It-id lo cjt up in  bed, my heart beat so last, aud when  I walked up stairs I would net all  out of breath. A friend recommended Miiburn's Heart and Nerve. V'dYj  and after using Iwo boxes, I can  sleep all ui-.;*.il and am not out of  breath  after  walking."  Miiburn's   Heart   und     Nerve   1'illsj,  air, rOir U bo a. at all  ile.tlci:.,  ui  mail-   led dirt-xt on receipt ol price by Thc  i-i-    Miii-.ipr..   t~r.        i ;,..:������,..i      -r,-.-,i,  | Out.  1* r.**.'' iv  have   been   avalanches   and   landslides'  in lhc Tiomsoc district. j  The farms were, swept into the!  sea, twelve persons meeting death. !  Two cities, Solleftea and 11 < ttiosand,!  arc istdatcd. The railway banks havej  been washed away aud Ihe hrid-j.es  desiroy en.  The   town  of  Sundsvaal     also    has  been badly damaged.   Iwo brids-.es  in I  thc town were carried away and more1  than   otic,   hundred   houses     along   the  water   front  are. -submerged.        I'.i.tirc;  villages are isolated.   Horses and cat-,  tie   di**nppe:irei1   in   the      lir-l      I'uri. incur rent.  Some men tell their wivi-s everything tiiat Iiai'ipens; and there are  others who loll them a great many  things   thai  don't  happen.  Wash The Kidneys!  After Bad Colds or Influenza  Look to Kidneys and Bladder!  Owing to bad  colds, over-eHt-  ing or intemperance, or to the*  rifter effects of  influenza���������urio  acid  and toxins  (poisons'! ar*  stored up in tho  body and causo  backache, ltim-  ���������3gm-biiV.o, rheuir.sitie  pains and stiff  joint-**.  It is most essential that  lre:.'.meat be directed   townrds  Have   you   read   the   openin*.',   chap  ter of  our  new  this issue?  serial   apnea* it*.  in  prompt, easting out of the poisons from  the* bodv which cause- these pain*- and  1 "'I'l    *���������     b��������� -. -      .X- - 4       it. 0      ~~- ��������� xl  -   ���������..���������  .'.?.'.Cx'l. t >'lU      tllt-^HJ      tll.lW      t..*^      .A4.44.WiJ  orjzitrus���������(t hc bowels, .-.kin and kidneys) --  t-hnnli*  h" fPTi-iO'd  to  their L'"**-"  cllorl*-  livery one should clean house- -internally  ��������� and thus prelect on*  r.lp* frrii-,7   vvp.pp.*'  ..������*    . . Xr. x.    ...x-..\  I*ly   lioul    Vi*llCuUVi.i    K.     /iy'..  Vancouver.    The  tii**t Migln  tweeu   \aucoii\er   anil   Vict-uia  aC.l.'.oUlpli^ll^.*l    lp.<eu'il.(    b.������    .....p'*.*.  Uui    l.iivicy,   I'liui,   .*uu   p....',..*;..  Altll.    of   the    .U'li.il    I* .;..l'.e    ������������������!'    '���������   ���������*  The Uight was made in a  Jf. N. l-'our Curtis*; aiiplaiu  time, itii-luding ri   '"'nP"VT  was  * p  l. an.un.in  t n*l  ,   ti.  ind   * il >  | minutes.  Voll   .o e  th  ���������..nihil   t.  t I: e  *������������������������ i  J  .1'  Kcrm dise;u*c-s, by Ukinp; castor oil or t������  pleie-ant lutittivi** smdi -r- Hr. lVrce'n  rieiif-unt IVHet.t, win* h are nindcof M������v-  applc, aloe.-* and jjtlftp. I :ikc ihc.se every  other daw 'I'his will excite eflieient bowel  net ion. If you suffer from backache, irritation of fin* bl������d<li-r and the kidneyi,  shown hv lln* fre<iu**nt mils to |-et out at  Led at ui^i-Jit, I'on.Miirunu- s.-uuih-ih iu  the w:.(,'i', f.ri'.-l: d':. ' ��������� I - *; ��������� -it. pe:ha|i'i  hea-liielie in the n.-'riiintf. you ^l|Ould  ohtuiu at 'lie dru,: tore ���������'Aiiuric" (.inti-  uric acid), lir.it put up by Dr. I'ier.-e.  To builtl up the .!;. *.|,l!i and tinpi*���������*���������������]  th,.   1 > I. *.������. 1     l.tlt-   ;.ii   Iron   It.uie   ian li   ..*  "iniiuie,"   nuinuifieiureu  iiv   |.������r.   i'i������'iec.  1.  ,ul II.  147  hoii-.u  c,ood  dl  an   Or.  .bl-t.*  herhul   toi.io  i      tt *..,������ -.,  ri'isidc (r.iiu wild r<">t*������ und burkri without  ������h-.'.\iol    *������:���������'!  n't'   '.':���������  i-i   ���������:.������b,"-t.������ 'if  li..-di6.  I.U.'ll  *     i.:  ,r00.iwx00000miV0immMm������0d���������4iwsm*ll���������mAi*4.iidim Jjj-jf.  7  THE  CEESTOK  BEVIBW  SHE CREST-UN R������V!E^|thepa8tii%:eyears would indicate  that experience was   a hard    task-  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C* I  Subscription:   ������2 a veav in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. points. *  C F, Hayks, Editor and Owner'  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 23  master.  If those who have the final say  in this deal will take into careful  consideration improved   marketing  -as  C "1*4-" * P.4,  Aaciiiuics iri every  uSuai*,   Zxlx   xl.~  WlliII    VIIO  knowledge they  have   of the   pro  ductive capacity   of   Valley   lands  H-1-.o  .v*W    4-1..-P      rf-wrpr-.il nnl  ������>������������\-%    ul...      \���������ra.x���������xr.������x-.. .4  /p.prpl.t-tr        .-pf  x^xxx-.XXIJ xr.  In the deal between the Canyon  City -Lumber Co., Ltd., and the  Land Settlement Board for the purchase of some 8000 acres belonging  to the former, but one thing now  stands in the way of a successful  I'ulimination of the negotiations.  The board chairman and direct  or, as well as employees of the agricultural departments lit Victoria,  have investigated the area thoroughly and have recommended it  ���������favorably, provided the whole tract  oan be had at the right price.  In determining a fair market val  ue for the area so many factors enter into such a calculation���������and  these factors vary in different parts  of the province���������that it would be  interesting tr know just how the  Land Settlement Board arrives at  any conclusion in  tnis   connection.  For the soldier who will be placed  on part of this land the government  proposes to clear up five acres or  more on say twenty-five tracts; it  rebates the soldier i$.500 and then  sells hirn his . 40-acrc block at the  cost of the 40 acres plus tlie clearing expense.  With the clearing accomplished  the soldier-agriculturist is in line  for cash loans up to if 5000 for development and another of $2500 for  buildings. These loans are at 5 per  cent., and 25 years is allowed to-  pay for everything.  Briefly stated there is the proposition and the terms thereof on  which the soldier-agriculturist  tackles ranching in the Creston  Valley. To the ordinary homeseek-  *-r, who will also be urged to go on  these lands by the board, verj'  attractive terms will also be offered  though, naturally, not so generous.  While the departmental   exports  may be able to figure out to the last  box or crate just what a   given area will yield, and   such calculations  have some  merit,  a better way  to  gauge the soundness of land values  is to put a stated    proposition    like  rhis tip to people who have developed property in the Valley.    If they  ���������ire of one accord that    a    price *--of  840  per acre, jvith   development on  th<--   terms   enumeratfd.   is  a    liar-  gain the government,   will make no  mistake in heeding this popular ex-  i .r.'S>iMr,   of    opinion.     When    men  ���������.*> i.d have Vie.-ii    through    tlie    mill  ��������� i-.-.d ii.iVi- had *.h>- real    on-the-land  ��������� \.i."-" '*���������:.������������������.��������������������������� ���������������������������',.i>->    -in-ii ,i    buy a.s    a  ,ii ������;'���������..1.   'ii.-   tv i\ I't'i.tinnil      a ill liiaki;  ;-. in :-* ..k'- oi ^ivui-- ijn'ir opinion  ���������'!���������-.���������.- >-r i i'������������������'���������!��������� than fin- valuations of  -i...-." -a', j. i in *h"ir    a p|-raisiiig    by  ��������� !:������������������  - t a ! l-l :���������.:,'I   ron '.<-.  A Mt h'-ii! 'i'-iit r-d  (ignr,>-*s  have   been  *��������� '1 'Mill *' I'll   - ' i n W m </   Pist    what     V   i(l|.  ��������� ���������y bind-.. developed under pioneer  '���������nodit inn*. '',,,��������� -J,., most, part, ,irc  |.|. id in-ill'.' a ii.-ti Jniiidled by in. -ii  .-. it li  i ur    nioi i-    I.i tid    ex p.-jii-rn''-.- t ��������� i  .-"I a I'l    W'lli   than    will       lie      pOSH.--,.S<-i-|  'oy  ill.- pi o.speet i -,-. ���������   i icv 'iiifiii-., ami  ��������� -.���������I't.ii in I v   wiih   I*-*,-     ,i nl li-'h! i'-     ;i-'l  product, plus all the other natural  advantages and all wise Providence  has endowed this section with, and  to this add the ability of the newcomer to turn off a crop of some  sort from not less than five acres  the second year he is on the place  ���������well, as more than one rancher  has remarked, if the Canyon City  area under those conditions is not  worth $40 an acre then the whole  government outfit should be jailed  if it attempts to bring settlers into  ported   as   anxious   to   retire  minister of mines.  Rumors to like effect have been  heard before, but the prominence  the News gave the information,  coupled with the fact that Mr.  Green controls the News, is taken  here to mean that there may be  something to it, and that the modest featuring- cf the information  was authoritatively inspired.  If in the allocating of portfolios  regard is to be had to the placing  of them where they belong, undoubtedly the mines department  should be in charge of a B.C. man;  and, following this same line of argument to a logical conclusion, assuredly that man should be from  Kootenays, where the greater bulk  of the Dominion,8 mineral production originates.  And looking the- B. C. members  Half a million dollars as the export value of Creston's  1919 fruit crop will mean prosperity to every  rancher   in  tne Valley, and will have more  boosting value than fourteen carloads of talk.  Crop indications at the present time make this a possibility. It is up to everyone to make the  present promise mature into a harvest of No.  1 fruit. Every neglected tree is a blow to the  Valley's prosperity and future. Lay your  plans dew to s*^rav, thirrand cultivate. Be a  booster for the Creston half million dollar crop.  any part of the   province even if it  at Ottawa over casusully it would  were giving its lands away.  \ :fi' ii**  I I 1 ( I    I l O V  O    >A'||,t I     III    ���������/!������������������  ',     in   'TOW    1 I .  ��������� S*.'    .111*1  If   I lie-  I  mns     atiM '.ii  .���������litlily    more  '. in.    si i  till'  ' In-   li.'lii'-1 I  '..nd t Ii.i t  fi is  than    ***���������' (II llll  III*'!'  ��������� lo  i r  : i ,i ���������  t 11"   li.'W i  llli'l''!'  I 111 * ��������� I   i I   i  .  I" '"'   ���������"'  ���������11      '.Millie  ll.l   -   1 . . ������������������,  ill        IS       I I >  : 11  A   ll.'l ���������*���������  '    1,11V"  .. . ,i;.  " .ti-.id  il--..  ' ��������� ��������� i' i r t ,.'.  I 11 ������������������  With advice thao Premier Borden is due back in Canada before the  end of May, after about six months  overseas helping shape up   some of  the details of  the peace treaty; announcement that   there    will be   a  Dominion   Liberal   convention    at  Ottawa early in August to try and  unite the two factions of the party  as \V6ii as to j-ormuiaue a piapjiorm  on which to go before the   electors  at the impending   federal   contest;  and the knowledge that such a con  test   is'   inevitable     within a    few  months after the formal signing of  the peace treaty, as per the arrangements when the preaentUnion government was formed,   has   started  the political    pot   boiling    merrily,  and taking things by and large the  situation is decidedly interesting.  When Union government was  effected in the early fall of 1917 the  opinian was that with the close of  the war Canada would revert back  to the two old parties, and the old-  time party campaigning prevail in  the after-war Dominion contest.  Just now there is no telling just  how many parties will be putting  candidates in the field, but with  prospect of some half dozen���������much  depending on how extensive the tariff revisions will be at this session,  and in what direction.  Unless there is a considerable revision downward asaffecting.the agricultural industry there   is sure to  be a Farmers party, and at this distance it appears certain that neither the   Liberals   or    Unionists .are  prepared to go as far in   this direction as   the   agricultural    interests  demand.  There is every liklihood of  the war veterans   putting up    candidates,   and in    no    inconsiderable  number.  There will be Liberal candidates    and Unionist    candidates,  and if tho tariff policy i.s inclined to  be extreme   Inward    ultimate   free  trade   I here i.s    enough of    the    old  Tory element  that    never    warmed  up to I' nionisin to   revive    (Jonsor-  atixin which   with    backing it may  fe.-iMoti'ihly be eypeeted   to get from  *'t lie nil eri.sts"'     would     niaUo itself  fell, in the industrial  ,sectionH of the  I >otniiii< in.  M nclt depends; upon the    budget,  wlil'-h will lie delivered    at, (M.tav-.a     ,i ,. ,i      . .    * i...      i  :t     ... t  :-.!'._',       JH'r     .11...,    . i.i. i        .r.i    il ie 1JIIII.11.II  ei.nelii.ve  in     Angus;!,     with all     the  i-.!,ii.s     a.i, |iirh-  seem as if Mr. Green had all the  essential qualifications of a mines  minister in at least equal proportions with the other representatives  from this province.  But while administrative ca-  pacity is requisite, another very  important qualification is as to the  prospective minister's ability to get  elected himself, and be of material  assistance in getting and electing  government supporters in other  constituencies in the province of  which he is in the cabinet representative.  In the matter   of   carrying   his  own constituency there are no past  records to judge Mr. Green by.  He  certainly swept everything   before  him in West   KMotenay   in   1917,  even to the extent of   enriching the  federal treasury to   the   extent   of  i  The Union has been preparing for three years to  handle the problem of marketing 200 cars of mixed  fruit Sonie job, but no bigger than our present  marketing plans. Concentrate on production ; we  can take care of marketing worries just a little  better and cheaper than can be done in any other  way.  Practnn Cr-aaif Orfiis-fori* iinif^n  *i._  llltC  rionogi f.o     of    ^'fpp.srs.  CICu-jiuii        i-ifc* j-/P.?4oi IrvS        'xr  Maxwell and Austin���������but thatcon-  test was hardly a fair show of public feeling toward him. He was win-  the-war candidate and West Kootenay could not afford t������ see him  lese ur.der the circumstances.  But with the war over, and all  the women having a vote no Unionist candidate would be unwise  enough to imagine his 1919 strength  to be on a par with the pre-war  balk ting, and Mr. Green is no amateur at politics���������which latter credential would stand him in good  stead if the Unionist premier is  called upon to look his B.C. supporters over for a cabinet minister.  Undoubtedly the Unionist cabinet is to be reorganized, and if the  very best men for the diffetent  portfolios are selected no one will  he surprised if Mr. Buvrell disappears in the shaken p���������and tlie Dominion might go further and fare  worse than R. F. Green, M.P.,  minister of mines. And with  cabinet honors attached to sustain  him in .a fight, led by a strong Unionist premier thebetting should be  safe**at .50-50 on R. F.'s return.  Lend a Hand  It is possible for Canadians to take,  without, turning a Hair, the $50,000,-  000 of War Savings {-"tamps ihsiuhI a  f.nv months ago. All Unit is leipih-eu  is that. I hey should realize how easily  it could be done.  During the present year they will  draw, at ieiiHl, $75,000,000 in interest  on nonunion War Bonds. All they  to do is to put (15; per cent, of this into War Havings ami Tltril'l Stamps  and the $50,000,000 issue  will lie taken  il I lie .'.- pet- ci-nl. oi   I lie inli-ii-sl- on  Oil'    A  ,1  l'������ I    .Mill     *   l-i I III*  ������ni   iii .-vide ii ci-   indicating    I hat at | the money thai  ('anadians   have   put  I Ik- next  ' 'i,iil,,'!,i   the   ('anadi"    "'-   i'do these bonds were thus re-invested  .���������i-i i im t ������������������ will hav.  i-,ii  i 11,11  ... i  i.  iii.ii  anauian    oi-  boi 11 < pia lit v a nd  A 11 K'li      I O     eboi ise    I'l'OIII  in'.' I heir  ballot:',.  Ihe    bondholders   and      tlie     country  ..null!    Inn. lit     j-,n-.illy.    The   people  iliawing   the   interest   would   hardly  whereas   lln  ���������i :;;r.!i,(iiK  I I!     I 1  IIII-.N      it,  , \ . 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P  LIMITED  Com  LIMITED  Men's and Ladies*  SPRING and SUMMER  MEN'S in PENMAN'S  S])������'i..o; needle in Shirt.--, awl Onuvers, all sizes  Spring needle Combination  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt and l)ra,wers    all sizes  tr    ti tnikwtr*r**   *       Ttiry & nr*r*~r^r.mr)~r*  JL./\UII!iO'  IH  VV A Ji DKJVH O  V csl.s  and  (.Nihil-illations in   short and .sleeveless  styles, in white and pink  (Combination Suits in several styles, in light and  ni.'dimn weights, IVoin 00e. to i\,"2,'2iZ> a. suit  H  '"*i^4ri������-riv%'tn������'fr^iin.   ������*,  *~%    B.-t**   if ^,f*!!2x.������*(2* 6  in the newest styles  .iTt fi*"-. (fm ir*i  -ft*.  Q u  Mmm it  ... JB"B  llllSfi  ! S *>* U M *4~Sf  LI IVI I I 1--J  ���������-*stj  m  m  ������������������ti  ri. .4|M,Pim'ili44ri-M^ir.*WWri mirti,ij.������,iirpr*.4lr4r^*     _.. _ . ������i..,i5'.,A'.14!-,,':,'','.;M''1'.''11''JJBS^  w������������.iP.^.r4.������^il^������^linW|^4*i.plp*ll*l.l*i.l*^Mp*PMi'i^piW*|PH^ - *****     *******  U4U444l44lLl444l4lUUjn^i4|h4gnir|r|,^  44iW4r������*������4rair*444������i.w**l*wl*;fi*.sa THE   CBESTON  REVIEW  ���������T'HS   Dominion   of   Canada   offers  ���������A.    you    every   safeguard   for   your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  .������T Your postmaster will register every "War Savings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  ���������will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp   worth   $5.00   in   1924.  "VATIC-VAT,   WAR   SA\T*NGS   COMMITTEE  (British Colimiliia Division) "V-jncouveT, B.C.  per month, with a minimum charge of  25c, and a maximum charge of 50c. pei  head per season. Horses -will be 25 per  cent, more than cattle, and the rate  for sneep and goats one-quarter of  those for cattle.  Regulation 9. The following acts are  hereby denned as acts of trespass:  Allowing stock not exempt from  trespass to drift or graze on any  Crown range without permit.  Grazing or driving stock net  CaCui \jv  B-��������� ������ 4X mmxx -. r.  ^a Suct^mf   ff*o."B*rrifc  4rxf  ���������pa a*  i-vt  x'v\mSm*-'-V*in  Bsgxlr  Below will be found all the important features of the new provincial  (.razing Act which came into force  the early part of the month. Our information is that some resident of the  Valley will be named to issue these  permits and generally supervise the  enforcement of the regulations, but as  the slx-s& over which he will have jurisdiction is Kootenay flats, and as these  ���������ire now due for their usual flood, the  naming of this official, and promulgation of the regulations that will govern grazing on the fiats, may be looked for in auiple time. Here are the  pertinent features of the regulations:  Regulation 3. Whenever a majority  <>f the owners of any clays of liye stock  using a distsict or portion thereof shall  organize themselves into a live stock  association approved by the minister  for the purpose of protecting and improving the range -ind live stock, a  committee selected by the association  shall be recognized by the department  ���������is  an advisory board  for the ussocia-  ROBT. LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   -���������    REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL  CRESTON   -   -   B.C.  and  %~*mJ-m   M  (Jlu.vrolut Toiirinu; 4-1.0  .--f, 107r>  Baliy (Jrand Special Touring  .i. < ..>- ���������������  ���������i������ i"������- ���������������  Wo, havo two slio'htly used  (Ihovmlot". ('a is fur sjil**���������one  liahy (Jrand Tomin^. nearly  now, .il*, $1:-M)0, and one 4-.M  llll.S nw.il.rl.  S(*<v us l)(4oi,i" liuvino.  Tin's, ()ils.       Acrcsstirics  from permit on any Crown range  without permit.  Violation of or failure to obseroe any  term or condition of a grazing permit  of any kind.  Refusal to remove stock from any  Crown range upon instructions from  an authorized officer.  Every person who commits any act  of trespass as defined in these regulations shall be guilty of an offence, and  liable, on summary conviction, to a  penalty not exceeding .-������50, and each  day's continuance of the act of trespass shall constitute a new and distinct offence.  ft.  W   U      mm.I   U   LU    LU   ','ifi  nppc     i  tion for purposes of consultation with  the officers of the department in reference to any matters pertaining to the  management of grazing on the Crown  range within the district or portion of-  a district for which the association is  >.*-������*-������) err* i vurl.   'o ��������� ��������� *  Regalation 4. Each grazing district  or sub district will be administered in  accordance with special rules designed  to meet the needs of the stock and  range to which they are applicable.  Wherever iu the judgment of the live  stock association the establishment of  certain special rules is advisable for  the protection of the range and stock  grazing thereon, and such rules are  approved by the department and are  not in conflict with existing provincial  livestock laws, the department will  establish these special rules for the  Crown lands involved. When such  rules become effectiye all persons using the range, to which they apply will  be required to comply with them.  Regulation 5. Whereyer any recognized live stock association constructs  any needed range improvements approved by the department, permittees  using said range will be required to  pay their pro rata share of the cost, of  s.iid improvements in till cases where  they are benefitted by them. The-pro  rata share will be based upon the  number of etock each permittee turns  out upon the range benefitted by the  improvement, and will be subject to  annual readjustment upon change  taking place-in the number and kind  of stock grazed by permittee.  Regulation 0. Each corporation, copartnership, and individual entitled to  the use of the Crown lands for grazing  purposes will protect such use by  applying for and securing each year a  permit to graze the number of stock  he desires to graze. The department  will receive applications and issue permits for the grazing use of Crown  lands on forms furnished for such purposes. (JO days' public notice will be  giyen each year of the date tin or  before which all applications for grazing permits must be filed with the department.  Regulation   7.    In    I In-    issuance   of  grazing   permits    first    consideration  will   be  giyen   to  the  resident   stock  owner whose improved ranch property  or leasehold is or ha." been dependent  upon   the   use of Crown range in the  grazing  district   within   which   he   is  located, as well as the bona Ikle settlers entitled to Ihe privilege of free or  partially free grazing permits for not  to  exceed   ten   milch   cows and  work  animals, or, in lieu  thereof, 20 head of  sheep.    The needs of such permittees  to be determined after conference with  the advisory board recognized for each  locality involved.  |      Regulation H.  A  reasonable fee will  ! Ik-  charged   fur  ���������'���������razim.'-   all   kind.-; *..'  | liye slock on ihe Crown range within  ! (".lahlishi-d.grazing districts.   All gra'/,  i ing fees are payable in advance of Ihe  | In-ginning of t he grazing season unless  j nth*'i wi.-.i- .nit Inn i/.cil  by the minis!er.  i This   charire   will   ���������>*���������   <n>   ���������>    ������i'.*-   !*i"t<!  , liasi*', and each allot I mi-n I w ill i mi brace  i siil.h-icnt range In support Ihe number  ,   . .1       -I  4 .I'l.      II  rp'r,|   i ,. I     I,.'     I   I , , .    . ,,,.   ., , , I      1 , ,,���������    I   ,,,���������  \ poind tor which it is issued.    The ini  '    "        *.li> 4P,|i       l|,'        .',(-,       I||-|' Hi, |l| ||| I'.ltlil-  body, and each member of our organization reserves to himself the ri0'l"������t to  support that person who will, in his  opinion, do the most for the general  welfare of the community.  No member of our organization, or  of the one we are endeavoring to interest you in, is bound  to giye his or  VpOPr.   04-inn/\Plf        rrx       nnfrftl,'^������       rxx,     ������������������������ 0. ~r   ~xr\x.  AAP-r*    WU ^4^r--r^ u       y,Lr      tfcli J,  PJ1J. 11 j t;,    \jx      fX,*\     UCi-  sonnot operating in qhe best interests  of all; but we are bound to giye every  support to tne litvva ox our Cuuuti'y ,u,iicl  to that person���������soldier, ciyiiian, male  or female���������who will accomplish. the  best and most for our Canadian "humanity.  As it is specially desired to get the  auxiliary at work will the ladies who  are desirous of joining the organization please harid in their names to  Mrs. St. Jean at the earliest possible  moment.  Every Lady May  Join Auxiliary  Owing to the misunderstanding as  to exactly who is eligible for membership in the Women's Auxiliary that it  is desired to form in connection with  the Great War Veterrns' Association,  as well as indefinite knowledge as to  the aims and objects of the auxiliary, the following letter, which is a  copy of one sent to the Women's Institute, will be read with interest. It  reads:  With regard to the organization of  a Woman's Auxiliary to the local  branch of the G.W.V.A. I believe  some misapprehension exists as to  just v***hat the aims and objects of  such an organization would be, and  who are eligible to become members  of such an organization.  To deal with the latter first. We  consider that all good citizens of this  distrist should be eligible for membership, regardless of their relationship  to the soldier forces, in much the same  manner as their membership was accepted in the Red Cross, subject to  such rules as it may be deemed fit to  impose.  With regard to the second, or rather the primary matter, we can best  settle that point by stating what the  aims and objects of the G.W.V.A.  consist of, nnd these are what an auxiliary would assist in carrying out.  Our aims and objects are : 1. To perpetuate the close and friendly ties of  mutual seryice in the gre.-lt war, the  recollections and associations of that  experience, and to maintain proper  standards of dignity and honor between all returned soldiers.  2. To preserve the memory and  records of those who suffered and died  for the nation. To see to the erection  of monuments to their valor, the provision of suitable burial places, and  the establishment of annual memorial  day.  o. To ensure that proper provision  is made for the sick, wounded and  needy among those who have served,  including reasonable pensions, employment for such as are capable, soldiers' homes, medical care and suitable provision for dependent families  of enlisted men. ���������-  -I. To constantly inculcate loyalty to  Canada, and the empire, and unstinted  service in their interest.  i*S. To guard can*fully the good name  interests and the standing of (. ur comrades still overseas, and to which they  should be  entitled upon their return.  0. To impress upon its members that  they are to cont in tie in their service to  Canada as citizens, t he same spirit of  sacrifice and loyalty that they have  shown to Canada and the empire as  soldiers, and to loniain as members of  the association non-sectarian and non-  partizan.  ' ���������        .(l.rri.ip.    ill.*....    1*1*       .1*1      |lll|  |MI.-4|   .1     *.l  the association by fees from members,  by ohl amine: public and private era tits  by various grants and by various  forms of amusement, cn'tcrtainmciit  and instruction, and otherwise as the  association nitty determine.  H. To promote recruiting and enlistment and Iti assist forces on active  service by operating hospitals, ciuivii-  li'.-piniii homes, isiiili-.-iiS .1.1.1 other like  instil nl ions either within or without,  ('aiiaila.  It To   do all   such  other lawful .icIh  and   things   relative   or   incidental   to  j the .--.aid obj.a.-ls a.s  iti.ty be  found   ncc-  I  <4.:4M| !>v   , i,.   ,.vii|if I jl'U I .  '     The   above   generally outlines  wli.it  1 we  are  out   lo  accomplish, .ind   inci-  The News says from five to ten Italians haye been leaving Trail monthly since peace was declared, returning to Italy.  It will cost $1500 to outfit the G. W.  V.A. band atNelsou with instruments  ���������$1000 for the goods and about $500  duty on them,  One Nelson real estate firm claims  to have sold $30,000 worth of ranch  property in that neighborhood already this month.  Greenwood citizens are still optimistic that operations will soon.be resumed at the smelter there which was  shut down about   eighCmonths   ago.  ruitixJ  Equipped with Starting  and Lighting System  ���������the car you have  been waiting for.  We are prepared to take  orders now for June delivery.  There is only a limited  number to he had, so  first ordered will be first  delivered.  $790.00  tarter and Lighting  f.o.b. FORD, Ont.  Kememember you can get  the Ford with or without  the Starter.  Oreston Auto k Sopp  R.S.Betan    COMPANY       Manager  at ^^nqpsis  OF  LAND ACT AMENDMENT  Pro-sraption now pjQniin&tS to surveyed  lands only.  Records wiii be granted eovcrlnff only  land suitable for a-^icult^arai purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of "net mere, than -four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, -with  joint residence", but. each making necessary improvements on respective claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims tor  five years and make improvements   to -  value of sio ner acre, including clearing  and cultivation of at least ~ acres, uo-  fore receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years; and has rs-ide proportionate improvements, he may, because  of ill-health or other cause, be granted  intermediate certificate of Improvement  and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residents*  may be issued provideix applxca-uk. u-t^SsufoS  improvements to extent of fS00 per annum and records same each year. Pail-'  ure to make improvements or reco2-������l  same will operate as forfeiture. xiti������  cannot be obtained on these claims ta  less than 5 years, with improvements of  $10 per acre, including 5 acres cleared  and cultivated, and residence of At  least 2 years.  Pre-emptor holding Crown Grant may  record another pre-emption, if he requires land in conjunction tsritli bis  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made an������l  residence maintained on Crown grai������tA������*s  land* *...,.  Unsurveyed  areas,  not exceeding   20  acres,   may  be   leased    as    homesltes; ���������  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  fc*or grazing and industrial purposes,  areas exceeding 640 acres may be leased  by one person or company.  PRE-E"Vii2TORS* FREE GRANTS ACT.  The scope of this Act is enlarged to  include aii persons joining and serving  with His Majesty's Forces. The time  within which the heirs or devisees of a  deceased pre-emptor may apply for  title under this Act is extended from  one year from the death of such person,  as formerly, until one year after the  co.iclu'-ion of the present war. This  privilege  is also  made  retroactive.  TOWVS- ������-E PROPERTY ALLOTMENT  ACT.  r-rovi.sioii is made for the gran*, to  peiv-ons Voiding uncompleted Agreements to Purchase from the Crown of  such proportion of the land, if divisible,  at? tho payments already made will  cover in proportion to the sale price of  ths v.'hclc puree!. Two or it-tore -persons  holding  such   AgrefcJnents    may" group  .l.r,:���������    ; ������-. + r... rx i- *-1;     r,~,r\     Q nnl.r    ft-,*-    r,     r\r.i-.~ir\T.���������  U!Pi4. ll.XXr.  X..lx^      xx..XX      xxgr^lxf        xxr.        X���������      frxxr^rxr.  *��������� ion'iti* allotment "-oirs.t*.*1*'. If it is not  considered advisable to divide the land  covered by an application for a proportionate allotment, an allotment of land  of equal value selected from available  Crown lands in the locality may be  made. These allotments are conditional  upon payment of all taxes due the  Crown or to any municipality. ��������� The  rights of persons to pvlioni tne purchaser from the Crown has agreed to  sell are also protected. The decision of  the Minister of Lands in respect to tlie  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  Governraent  Agent or  to  G. R.  NADBN,  Deputy Minister of Land, j,  Victoria. B. C.  Is there any  Meat in the  ouse?  Percheron Stallion  t>] D H m ������ ~xt  ;   IlJOH  Service Fj-,������ $10 Cash  ������  Apply to  C.  11LATK,      Erii-ksmi,   R.C.  "Thi.*- is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for ji meal. Bnt why  wori-y ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna. &c.  are always to he had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals -.Shami-orl;'  products.  P. BURNS  & CO., Ltd.  IrQ ������5*B *OT Ir ti im tnt     ^ ������& u-* "-j r -a ~r- ~t~-.  -   - m~*d JL JL J*.**. JL JL JL ������������������-*������. m^J'mmrr-m.     V   JL %m/ \������s  \l  YOUK banking requirements may  x be entrusted to this Bank with  every confidence that careful and  eliicient service will be rendered.  Our facilities are entirely at your  disposal.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE    ..  p-rtHV.VM/MV.,'/.'-  ���������mm-kmmtm-i  I  t ii :il a ii example lo all nt In-t ���������.���������*.  \ \    4 ..I.' 4 | I    .I   I | I I    I   I   V .1 I I ���������  I I I     | . I I | | |   |l    . I  I  Creston tsranch, C <Li. iienneit, Manager  llllllt^^  \mmimimm  mr\imm<mm#^mr>-*m0  tmkm?m9**p%mM>!^^  <iw4mm  mssmtfmm  mZ  mmmmm~~mmm~mm-mm  -U-^t^i^.mms\imi^<mi^������4<i.~,  mrtwi-mimirimmmmmmttmmsrmm^^  ,-*������*l*ift|*B!^^  mmm.  mmm~rimM~rr*m'  ������IP������*TT*ail*lWlU4*^IMl������l44**M,lim^ 4M^ftv4^4.M,^^,..������..,H *...  1 ~ ! " \l--r0 9000rr004^i000m^0rf0m044l^;.  mmmmimm������mim^m^<it00m  mmmtmmii^m^  - fi-  i' .mV���������0~���������mm*T  mVvmvm^$mmfm%.  mmm\m*m~iim  Ummxii-U  ������!Sl*>"'������'ft**  SsSA^^^  MM-PM-PW^ I  I1"'  mttmfmSj  II**-*****!  ^HB     REVIEW,     GRESTOIf,     B,     f������\ -  mvi^rj^Ji'^M^^SJl^MMl^  *w������������H������$s$~Liii'tiY^  nances, industries, transportation systems, shipping, trade and commerce  as parts of their military machine.  The huge sums of    money    which  German}- must pay to  the  allies   are  not extorted from her as was the indemnity  which  Germany  imposed  on  France in  1871. Germany then imposed  a  fine  on   France,  but  today     the  aiiies are hut  compelling f'���������.���������������������������i-n.-mv to  'make   restitution  and   reparation     for  i the wanton destruction  she has  eaus-  j ed  in   Belgium,   Franco,   Serbia      and  ! other  conn trie.*-  and  for    the    crimes  iconiniitied   against     inoffensive     non-  1  i  Leather goods look better and  ���������hen   treated   with  nut   stick  where  it  at  vour  dealer?'  Satin  Gloss.  Dust  does  is  used.  .Demand it  yc-ilow  re'ls.  can���������m  -Buy it in the big  Kegs or in  Bar-  | combatants   contrary   to   all   the     ac-  j cepled usages of war.  Ihe pence treaty, however, is much  more  than  the  infliction  of just  punishment  on   Germany   for  thc  horrors  laud  sufferings  she  brought  upon   the |  : world  and   the   enforcement   of -guar-j  iautees against a repetition of the out-/  ! rage.      With   its   League   of     Nations]  I covenant  it  is a declaration of princi- j  ! pies   for   the   guidance   of  all   nations.!  Limited  m-dr vmum*~m~*\,gi~m4  la  large   and   small,  HAMILTON,   CANADA  with one  than  whit;'  tions  itlter.  tF  Viz  EDITORIAL  Charter of the WorSd'sFreedora  in     their     dealings I  11 dues even more j  that���������il   lays     down     principles j  arc   to   govern   within   the     tin- J  themselves     in     their     dealings  'with  their own  people.  \V*I1   defined     principles     arc      laid  .down under which the more advanced  j nations are t.���������> be entrusted with man-  ^ j d.-ttory powers over less advanced territories   and  hss  enlightened  peoples.  \\ here,  people,  arc  not  yet  capable of  sell-government,   they   are   to  he   governed,   licit   for   the   benefit     and     ag-  grandi/.einent  of the governing   body,  E0������AL YEAST CAKES  The quality of Royal Yeast Cakes I  is Sucii if;ai it cannot be improv- I  ed, so we are improving the  package. The change from a  round to a square package will  be made as rapidly as practical.  The quality of the round and  square cakes is guaranteed to fee  identical in every respect. Each  of the square cakes are wrapped  separately by machinery, in wax  paper, in such a manner as to  make them practically airtight,  . and scientifically hygienic.  Four Killed in Quaks  Las Paimas, Canary Islands.���������Fbuf  people were killed in thc earthquake  which shook the island of 'Fucrtavcn-  tura several days ago. The bulk of  the population of the island lias iled.  {  m  \  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver  is a very sensative organ and easily  j deranged. When this occurs there  'is undue secretion of bile and the'  acrid liquid flows into thc stomach  and sours it. It is a most distressing  ailment, and many are prone to it. In  this condition a man finds the best  remedy in Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills,  which are warranted to speedily correct the disorder. There is no better  medicine in the entire list of pill preparations.  ROYAL YEAST HAS BEEN THE  STANDARD YEAST OF CANADA  FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY  E. W. GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO, CANADA  MONTREAL  WINNIPEG  M   The frankness with which a seventeen-year old girl refers to herself as  an   old  maid  is  certainly  amusing.  f^ssiu*M4p*m_-^ gj^"^i*a*s-*g*^l  t~-  Sir Robert Returning  l'aris. ��������� Sir Robert Borden, the  Canadian premier ,is returning to  Canada, according to Renters, because the political situation there is  said to require his presence. Sir  George Foster probably will take Sir  Robert's place as head of tho .Canadian  deheation.  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers  Douglas  &  Company,  Napsiiec,  Ont.  Bolsheviki  may reason  that if  thev  i  t can  make ail other  nations as  rotten  j as   Russia,     then     Russia    will  be  as  good as a 113-   other   nation. ��������� Toledo  Blade.  ^V  k<&\  s A~&s ���������  Ladies Perfume Your Skin  With Culicura Talcum  Antiseptic, prophylactic,  deodorizing, fragrant and refreshing,    Cuticura Talcum is an ideal face, skin,  baby end dusting powder.   Convenient and economical, takes the place j  of other perfumes for the person.    A g  few grains -sufficient.   One of the in- jj  dispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio for j  keeping the skin pure and sweet.       j  Cuticura Soap 25c, Ointment 23 esj EOc.TsN j  cum 25c. plus Canadian duties. Sold ev������*r������p������h*pre, I  For sample each frea address: " Cuticura, Dipt. I  N, Boiton, V. 8. tx."      ~  I  Belgium's Present Army  Brussels. ��������� Belgium's army at  present numbers 210,G00 men and 115-  000 have been demobilized., the minister of war informed parliament. The  minister said he would do his utmost  to  reduce ihe Belgian military forces  to 100,090 men as soon as possible.  hut   for   the  advanci-meut  and  in     tlu  The peace tr-'.'ttv, inrhidiiig, as il  docs, the covenant of the League of  Nations, which has been presented to  Germany for signature, is without  ���������.-lu'stio!* ."'hh: oi i!i.: in..-!, important  documents ever drafted in the history  of this old world. I.I lakes its place  along with .Magna Charta and ihe  American I )cclarali<>n of Independence as au instrument of tlie first  in   providing   for   aud   sate-  of the pcoplr themselves,  it clearly defined that in  tit*.-   man   who   works   with  .->o,  all  his  \\ <-!tar<  loo, is  nation?  hands, and puis his physical strength I  iu his work, is no longer to be re- j  garded as a mere commodity lo be j  used ior prolil, but as a human be-i  ing, a partner in the world's work. I  No longer are the small and weak j  nations of the world to be forced to I  live in constant dread under the. men-I  IT-.   ^">  V *Brii*e*.  D  atlrp  And  Was  Losing   Control   of   Arms j  and  Legs  Because  of  Exhausted     1  Condition of Nerves���������Doctor  Said He Could Do Nothing J  But  Complete  Cure  Was j  Effected |  DEPENDS  UPON  GOOD  BLOOD TO NOURISH THE BODY  i  magnitude  guarding the liberties ui mankind.  Magna Charta and t!ii"**k'eclai-ation of  Independence won for the English-  speaking peoples of the world lhost-  rights and liberties which we prize: so  highly, and in defence of which wc  are  ever  ready   to   lav  down   ..ur live.**.  ami   tin y  nations.     I!  1019.   is  de  right'-   and  or one n:r- i  na lion���������-  Tlie |. > ���������: i:.  Uvc severe,  i.re not m-  :*.'���������>    ' it-rina t*  1 !;     I'.l.l'op*  .  ia*!   ihcir   * IT*  lit   the   treaiv  ;igil*'tl    t"  lilieclii -  gu  Hot  all  .*i cm otiier  >f  Versailles,  ;t ran tee the  erf  one   race  c*.>nscript armies wh.ile other mil-  are   burdened      with      taxes     to  at  h i< -   ii iipo>et!   i'  hut    '.-. ho   will  i   anil   iu:*'i'**;.r  y    i -    <!'.i'i'i\ '-il  . ... .  ti*  r   in  a  audi/i i  *..  bm  .*<d !.:  ul;iv *  -1.  'i 1  "i".'i U -ie  anil   (ieruiauy  say thcy  ���������': Insofar  i\ territory  ��������� fr.-.m liev.  nor  of  ag-  ..,' the A-  \: !''>::gs tilers i u i! i e  liiary p< >w-  lll!-*!'-  oi   a   stronger   nation;   no   longer  peoples   and   races   to   be   held  subject  to a foreign  yoke;  no longer will tlie  : ruthless  Turk be allowed  to put   helpless Armenians to the lire and sword;  ��������� no   longer   will   it   be   necessary     that  ������������������ millions of men be held in idleness in  hug*' ���������"��������� ...^������������������i-**,'  :.-t.���������.'..-.��������� ..n.  lions  maintain tlietii in idleness; no longer  is lhc chief business of Europe to be  war and preparation for war. Thc  peace treaty declares ihat it is to be  the. international business of the  world to create better living conditions iov ihe masses, to provide safeguards for the health of mankind, to  put   down   slavery   in   all  ils   forms,   to  Solnre anxious ory^ People Need a Tonic, One Which Acts Directly  health of their growing children this;  letter must prove a message of good :  cheer. So many cures similar to this i  ;,,-(.{one have come, to our attention that!  we are forced to consider Dr. Chase's  ij*������on the Slood and that Does Not Weaken .the .Body  By Useless Purging.  Nerve Food the most effective treatment available for St. Vitus' Dance  and all such conditions, which result  front  nervous exhaustion.  To    children     who     are     naturallvj  ,. . ,-,.. ��������� -   .,   .   ���������^��������� ���������  ������������������f,.__i,  .,        ,     ���������        r      t ~  i   I-*.-      ���������". I digestion.   I hev cannot get a rctresn  nervous   the   strain   of  school   lite    is > -  *"- - &  he   destruction   of     the     opium  and   oilier   vices���������in   a   word   to  up   .;*>d   benefit,   not.      to       tear  ami   blight.  ��������� eace treaty and  the League of  be  seek  traffic  build  down  'I '"  N'aiimi*-  ci'.*\ enant  are  is  a  human   document  all    human    w * aktiesse  . i'.ut its intention is good,  , iilitids in  the  world have  ! sibb-   i'. .r   its   drafting.      11  not  perfect.     It  and subject   lo  s   and   i'railiiics.  I i*  A*  aud the best  >e<*n re.spon-  tnay   fail  in  .-. I,..].-   obje.-t,  but   failure,  will   not  1"    fr*.in   a   lack   of   sinct-re    effort  iitain   *-in-eess.      It   is   the   charter  i   -.-. oi'hl's   i recdoni-- -a   coniraet   of  a -c   ���������"-."��������� tiii   lhc   age-old     crinte     of  It    '������������������ uiain*.   for   the   masses    of  people-,   of   the    world,   who    are  '������������������ai   ���������piii'fi-rers   in   all   wars,   lo   in-  !::.',:    i:   be   lived   tip   In   and   fullc  i'n-   Minard's and  take  no  Other,  ri n 1    ���������:, t o r -,  otlc.it more than they can bear, and  thc results are seen in headaches,  eye troubles, loss of appetite and indigestion. The use of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food at such times soon puts  ihein on their feet and restores  health  and  vigor.  Mrs.   Wm. Malt,     Cordova  writes;  "Aiy  little  girl,  ten  not    very    well,    and  rather odd ways   about   her. She used,  to act vci\y strangely at times. 1  asked the doctor what could be. the matter,  ami   he  said  she.    had   St.   Vitus'  Dance;   to  keep  her quiet   and  out of  school.      lie  said   treatments   weren't  any use  for her.    She. was affected in  this way for a year.    I  thought something ought lo be done, so in looking  over Dr. Chase's Almanac. 1 read several testimonials front people who had  used  Dr. Chase's  Nerve  Food.    I sent  for   .six   boxes   and  started   this   treatment   with  my  daughter.    Before  she  had finished the  lirst box.  1  could see  a great change iu her, aud by the time  she  had   taken   the  six  boxes  she was  completely   cured.      She     is   real   well  uow,  aud  going  to  school  every day.  "Another    daughter     of     mine  lias  found    \)\\  Chase's   Catarrh    I'owders  (very  beneficial,   and   we  always  keep  I the.    kidney-Liver   Tills   on   hand   as  !a  lions* hold     rentedv     for   backache,  etc."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Fond, 50 cents  a box, a full treatment of (i boxes  for $���������.'.75 at all dealers, or Ediuan-  son. Mates \- Co., Limited, Toronto.  |)o not. be talked into accepting a  Milisi itutr. Imitations only disap-  i-i iinl.  There are thousands of people Late caused me intense pain and some  throughout Canada who are without j days I did not touch a thing but a  ambition or strength to do their day's j cup of cold water, and even that dis-  work, and who are always tired out, j tressed mc. As a result I was very  have  but little appetite    and a    poor I much  run down,   and slept so poorly  that I dreaded night coming on. I  was continually taking medicine, but  was actually growing Worse instead  of better. Having often read the  cures made by Dr. Williams' I'ink  Pills, 1 finally decided lo give them a  trial. 1 have had great cause to bless  this decision, for by the time I had  used a couple of boxes there was no  doubt the. pills were helping me, and  in less time than I had anticipated  the pills had cured mc and I was  again enjoying not only good digestion, but better health in every way  than  before."  mg night's sleep and are subject to  headaches, backaches and nervousness, because their blood is impure.  To men and women in  this condition  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   give  quick  relief and permanent cure because of  I'-eir direct action on the blood, which  Man   ' *':l���������*v ^u,,<* llI> to 'ls no*''1*'1- strength.  ''(As   the  blood  becomes   rich   and  red  vfp-ii-c   -hi    p.-.-.*-.'-t  strengthens  thc  muscles,   tones  up  noticed some   lhc  "erves,  makes   the   stomach  cap-  l  noticed sonic   ^^   of   cUgpslil,R   food>  and     rcpairs  the wastes caused by worry or work.  In a word, thc use of Dr. Williams'  Pink l'ills means restoration to perfect health.  BLOOD TURNED TO WATER  Miss Jessie McLean, Trenton, N.S.,  says:���������"1 was as weak as it was possible for any one to be, and yet be  able, lo go about. My blood seemed  to have turned almost to water. 1  was pale, the least exertion would  leave me breathless, and when I  went up stairs 1 would have to slop  and rest on the way. 1 often had  severe headaches, and at times my  heart  would  palpitate alarmingly.    A  good  friend urged mc. to try Dr.  Williams'  i'ink  Pills    and   I  have  reason  ALWAYS  FEELS   FIT  The wonderful success of Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills is due to the fact  that they go right to the root of the  disease in the blood, and by making  thc vital fluid rich and red strengthen  every organ and every nerve, thus  driving out disease, and pain, and  making weak, despondent people  bright, active, and strong. Mr. W. T.  Johnson, one of the best known and  most highly esteemed men in Lunenburg Coiinly, X.S., saytp;���������-"I am a  Provincial Land Surveyor, and am  exposed   the  greater  part   of   the  year  to very   hard  work travelling  through  ���������--- , ���������    ���������        r  p  o    .   t  .     i.i i   ���������  r.    *���������������������������<*   forests by d.-.tv and  camping   out  to be. grateful that  1  took the advice. * ,jy ���������-,,..t>    aml     ,   fiml thc on]ystj,i,If,  that   will  keep  me  up  to  thc  mark is  oniiii.-i"x.iii;i'   in   I  - Ar * 1 .-. ,r        r"  /"'tr  hi-.;  issue.  ������  "L~J  ell    "ff STj^w Hm (P-. 5=3 j^^ B   b  ^"wfll B"-**-*^  ^^.^ JjL,     ^%%  mtSfrrnXm. ^-t*%m^)F  J**l  is easy to digest  is baked and  over twenty  Bj  Dip!  * .liters  want   *���������  .-,,,.4. >      t.-.     tin*     art   of   n-.al.iug  believe   ihat     you   really   don't  out*.lliing   thai   you  can't   get.  Soon after beginning the use of Ihe.  Pills I began to get stronger, and by  the time. 1 had taken seven boxes 1  felt that. I. was again enjoying good  health. I think Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills arc a blessing to weak girls and  1 shall alwavs -warmly recommend  them."  RHEUMATIC   PAINS  | Dr. Williams' I'ink Pills. When I  I leave home for a trip in the woods I  jam as interested iu having my supply  I of pills as provisions, and on -uch occasions I take tliein regularly. The  result is I am always fit. 1 never take  cold, and can digest all kinds of fond  | such as we have In put up with hast-  'I.v cooked in the wo  ��������� e , ,. ,     , uy cooueti in mc woods. Having prov-  Ihe suflerer from rheumatism who ��������� (1|, l]lft vallu, of ,--,,._ U*iniains. 'pink  experii.icnls with outward app -.���������������������������- ( , .;���������s ;is u ���������)1|i(. .m(J ht,aItl,. luiildrr, I  lions is only wa-tmg valuable linn- .������������������ m.vt.,. wilIl,,nl U.cm and i lose ....  ami good money in depending upon i (M,0r t ti ni t v in recommending ihein  such treatment, the. trouble still re- | (() W(..,,. ,,;,,,,,,,. j uu.tt#������  mains,    and    is all thc time becoming  ecause it  re bilked ior  hours.  j Minard't'      Liniment       Lumberman's  j Friend.  I     You will be sure to bc interested in  [our new serial story appearm,-, in an-i  j other  column. j  !  - I  j"Bl;ick    Watch"     The   Best   Mack  j Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  firmly    rooted���������harder to cure  the   proper   treatment     is      np-  ror  *>���������*! ���������  . 1111* ill     I o  ' li       !   I , ,4 II       '.'I  Vi     ll.lt  W ll.lt  4...    ,      ��������� P.l>  iitiollier   -,  ������������������In-   '-.IVS.  ���������   iii.ii I-  oin.in  ��������� ii-  li,,  more  when  plied.   .Treat this disease through the  blond and  vou will soon be rid of the  pains  and   loflures. _     Af.   a  cure  I hi ���������lil'l'l.'lllSiii       I'i.    Willi, liil*.'     Pii.k  are unequalled. They act directly ou I  the impure, >,* eak blood; they purity  ami strengthen it, and s<������ root, out tlu-|  c.iusc of rheumatism. Mr. D. Lewis,,  postmaster at l-'scuminae, N'.lh, says:j  "I was allacked with rlieunintisni, '  v, h'nh -'-ttl'-'l in my elbow, 'lumbb-r  and   knee   joints, and   at   limes  caused  SKIN TROUBLE CURED  Mrs. W. Ritchie, Parkbeg, Sask.,  say i-i: "Two ycars ago I was attacked with ec/eniii on my hands. I tried  nlniost every I hing that was ndvised  but as the trouble was growing- worse  1 consulted a doctor and look hi-  treatment lor some time with tin bet  let* resnlis. lly this time my hand-,  were a mass ol sores ami 1 began io  despair  of    li11<1:itt���������    a   c-ure.     A   friend  (.strongly    advised  uu-  lo  trv   Dr. Williams'   I 'ink   I 'ills,  and   I   decided  I so.      After     using   I w*>   1m,\cs   I  me  I'tt-at   sulYeriug.    The   trouble   was  lasl   spring  and   I Z^'  ������������������������������������  "..prove,iienl   ami   I   e.o  particularly  pi'vere  lo     li  D  4   1    I I  11.Ill I  ������V^   .  .Jl    V~rtL.   tt      %-J  ~~.y     -J*  /.- *   4  ~ Un  14  II  .1  ���������I.P*  1H.C���������.-  roou  value.  4 A r . r . v  Oi   SLiS i'.c'iii'iii i  o  Vx-  ������ iS t ~Jf-  I *>   t.in <���������   a   Coin   iu   lJuc    liay  I  \ V \ I I VI*       itlM iMH      <)(' IN IN r  I ��������������� I r  I*.I   l.  1,1.  .n.|  .1...,, 11,  I I ���������* eft t  jl, il in r    *.|4  ' <"i*;.>  ir      Col.I.  I  .11   1*      l.l.A  ..l.ll ill.,.I  v..  w  .      .lu*.  j-i.tf/ftry  / Va; 9*idiri'i Y/Jr/it'K .���������"// j.  ������  n  -~m  it' ~ \i  AlZJ  \ n  .ic!  L,,  b  111  I l   li.Ir I llll  (   I. ..I lb.  u-.ing II.  ii       .nil, lb  il    p * i r11 .-'������������������. I p.  |.l i III.   .1  e \ i I *���������-,������������������  How a V-,i  > i oII); 11 i_\  (lectiled  I '��������� i i ��������� .      . \ i *. *    i.n.i,./;   , ii<   .-���������''���������   . ��������� ���������������������������  lime   the    rheumatic   pain--.      and  iii-ss   in   the    joinl.-.   ili-.appeai ed  have     not     bad     ,aiy     ret in u   of  (rouble."  P  Still'  to   <|o  could  i   I'ui  eifllt  Ih  !      Mr-  j -,ay-:  | It Otll  I ,11.11  A   GOOD   DIGESTION  \\ illtani   I ������alf,     :\i iiiiand,  "I    mi ll c i cd      lor     a   lonj;  a       .-,4  v .' 1 ''.    Itit'lll    "!    ill',!'!'..-  t nil.,  11mc  .lion  .   1 ,   4  t her supple I n*.e<] a! i ...> c| In v  !i:i*".". lie v hie!; tin-,. . *-, r. I .' .. ,��������� r ,  ihe ecyciua had disappea red an*  .here ha- been not a sini'lc symplt.i.  of the Irniibh- since that time.  I'ladly 11 *Kiniiieiid Dr. Willianis' Pinl  Pill*    lor   iroiible*.   of   this   kind,"  Dr. Willi.mis' I'iuh  licpt iu e v i-1' v In ��������� 111*',  MOlial use w iii beep  and w a i d oil dint a. -..  ib* si*      pills      ih r.*ngh  Pills   (.hoill.l   b-  ind   their   m'l'.i  I He   lihiotl   put--  '������ ou     can   p,< I  a n "      im (liciiu*  tb  I   liad   al!   nut   -.-ncii   up  P.  i.ii  ii oiii    i i-e  t m .  ���������. u.,  \\ II-  MMr*������rfPWPfrP*r������M  WW  ��������������� ������IH������<l|l������������.U**lrl<*.H������HM  ������p������*BH  ���������ttSWf  W4rW4r4*44r4rr.4r.4iil..4^|ir,w,..lil4Mwl.liwr4.'rvrfwry'ip4,i.i.,^y4Mi������^,w.m ,.-i^yrTSW%;!tg-!<**  ^mm^msmmm^mtmrnX   \  5CHDE     BEVIEW/     CKEOT0N,    %%    &  \010")  WORKING AFTER SIXTY? 1  /' sum  You surely must if you don't save when you are 1  vQimr-iv _a_t! Excelsior Endowrrient is tlie best wa**-*. s  Write for pamplet to-day 1  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. I  WIIvNTPEG      SASKATOON      EDMONTON      VANCOUVER    5  Almost a Miracle  ���������,*:.-~''~-\.'A0  ���������HI.'****',]  ^\TLmtm\~m\v^'mmrg.il~-1m^^  1. .s   If ������*���������������������������        1  "riS;ir     Slavs'?    V������pp������*p������pvB4������i4  Dill ������CiJ omipic  Was the Cure of John New by Dodd's  Kidney Pills  His   Troubles   All   Came   from Sick  Kidneys   and   He   Treated   Them  Witti   tne   vJia   "Reliable   Canadi'  Old  Prevent [Wear andThai  Axles mzd B&messe.  "���������#������������������  Imperial  Mica Axie Grease  ���������coats axie spindles and hub  linings with a glass-smooth coat  of soft mica and grease that  banishes friction bet*.veen the  metal surfaces., Makes loads  easier to move up-hill or on level  roads. Saves wagon wear and  tear. Sold in sizes���������1 lb. to  barrels.  Imperial  Eureka Harness Oil  ���������keeps leather like new���������soft,  strong and pliable. Sinks in and  Heps water out. Prevents drying and cracking. Makes it last  longer. Sold in convenient sizes.  Imperial  Eureka Hares ess Oiler  ���������makes it easy to keep harness  and leather -thoroughly oiled.  Saves time and work.  ''v  Remedy, Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Hillside, Battleford/Sask, May 19.  1 (Special).���������'With a speed titat was almost miraculous, ' Mr. John New, a  well-known farmer here, has been cured of Uic kidney trouble from which  he  suffered for several ycars.  "Dodd's Kidney i-'ilis cured mc," he  says. "I wish to give them all the  thanks."  Speaking further of his troubles  and their sudden cure, Mr. New  says: "I think I inherited by kidney,  disease -from iny parents, and I suffered off and on for several ycars. I  had stiffness in tlie joints, cramps in  the muscles, backache, and neuralgia.  i*'I perspired freely on the slightest  exertion and my perspiration had an  unpleasant odor. I was irritable,  often dizzy " and was depressed and  low spirited. My skin was dry and  had a harsh feel and I was often  nervous. I  "I look just one box of Dodd's "Kid- i  ney Fills.    They cured me." ^     j  If your troubles come from the kidneys you will have some of tlie symp-  toms "that Dodd's Kidney   Pills cured J  in  Mr.  Ncw's  case.   Ask your  neighbors about Dodd's Kidney Pills.  After going- through the war without beating* -anybody, the former  crown prince is now charged with  whipping his wife.���������Vancouver Province.  c**^  $Ljifmwmw.r?.  'p|"**^j������*������"aL"**"'r  \\m\  /i*m7\--0-ti~mmm-  ix������m-Mf~---i  -rS.a-.~f~-'s Best RouHe*y Fei.ci-.&  Tbe shut-in and ���������hut-out Fencing���������a poultry fence Krone enough totrithtiir.d the combined  weight of two tie horses.   And that without a tos cr bottom board cither.   Oar Jock Ij the ������ecr**t t  j>f Ha strength���������. real protection to larse fowl* and little chicks too.   if you arc inixrersixd in ttichr  " fencing, -write 'ui. Ask for our literature.   We also manufacture farm fence andorrjinental fenc-^   Intr and eatc������.   Dealer) marl] ivirjivlieri,    Live Jtentt vjauud in unajtipned tarinrj. Cjii yT*Sajlf*M>MjBt  THE 3ANWELL-KOXIE "rVIRE FENCE CO., LTD. /T^*'^'asr~=~  Winnipeg-, Man  ^Hamilton, Ont,   *8*Js-g!-������ ry yJ'ie'^^a^^^^S^i-;     J.^***- ^SSSSPtSaBx?*,   Idii'/y^S^ _   0C=tf<*t^r^e������t1it^=l^^^.^ rr/'A., ������a&fiSmmri&miii&iK- ijiZ*-W>Caintt������rt-UlKAr%������r-������masmmn  g%gga*?^^^s^^-g  TLVrTTT*  IS THE HARNESS  FOR VOU  lio/MATTER wHaT yDUr!ILEP/^������^be -no i������\a.tter "WHAT  ���������PRKE *YO*JJ "WISH TO PAV - T**i*S*a������'S A. *WILSON  HA5?J*JE&t5 0?  GREATER VALUE A\ftSUTIIl40 *YOT3 - YOUR PE-VLER CAN fcET TT  IP HOT ALREtajTV SUPPLIED -~-     LOOK. FO*R OUR TRt^������2MA.RK  SMOOTHEST REGULATOR  FOR THE BOWELS  IS HAMILTON'S PILLS  The man v,ho    aims    to  roll up a  fortune  must    first    learn  to  roll  up  his  sleeves.���������Aylnier Express. j ���������*���������*-* . .     1  ������������������  |       Allies Sink Bolsheviki Gunboat      i Report Is Denied  HARP*   SOFT   OR Rl FPHINR *?!     Archangel. ��������� One Bolshevik    gun-       Copenhagen. ��������� the Vorwarts de-  I    |  f\  I   |    \J  I        \J \J   1 |     I *k/   I   |        \~W   -mm mm-   mm,   ~0~4    111    %-** .        j , 0mm  ,T ,. ,    .  , -   , i,^i       boat is reported lo have been sunk on i nies that the former Raised asked tue  No  matter what kind or where lo-1 __,   .   -*��������� ,    . i        ,. . .    .  cated, any corn is promptly cured by   ���������*"���������<���������-   Dvina   river   during   an     engage-   Berlin  government  for permission  to  Putnam's    Corn     Extractor;      being! nieut between the British river flotilla l return to Germany.  purely vegetable  it  causes^   .no  T^o. \ ami i-,n(i batteries    and    Lhe    enemy; -  Guarantee with every bottle of "Put- j fl     .     T,     ���������*n* ,������ fiotill-i   lir-ed i*v i**--1   ��������� ,       ������ ..  r  ,, ..    .   ry. _,,   ,__,  incct.    j. ii c aineu notma, aicica i/v  ai������.-|������(x_.i���������i_   \sj^. -,* >������     m.      s    f    vi'iarir  nam s,    use uo -juici, ~~~. iu r.n aw.- j   , , ,,,,.,* !   j-h-u-b.    vv au-ii xnc   ucsi   xnacx  ers. | planes, aiso conducted a brisk bom-*piuff Chewing Tobacco on the Market  ~  ! bardment along the Vaga  river. |   tt.���������,���������    xxt^-_-_^x.    tri-s.-.-^-~.r-.-^   *r*���������n j '  nuns   vtain -oneaper roouj  No Headache, Biliousness, Indigestion  or Sour Stomach, Where  They Arc Used  BS  A FINE  CONSTIPATION  CURE!  j They Cleanse the   Liver   and   Move  Thc Bowels While You Sleep  Like a ship in the night, your constipated headache and digestive troubles will disappear after using Dr.  Hamilton's  Pills.  They cure the worst cases, act  quietly at night while you sleep, and  give you next hiorning the freshest,  briskest, happiest feeling you have  known in many a day.  Hamilton's Pills will cheer up the  most despondent  sufferer.  They will make tired out folks feel  like  kids  at play.  They overcome backache, sidcache,  liveiache and stomach, and kidney  ills.  If they fail to do this, you can have  vour money refunded. Pair enough,  ch?  Don't stay sick or ailing! use this  grand family remedy at once. It will  give you energy, spints, ambition,  appetite, good blood, better nerves���������  itt short good health. You can get all  ���������diis in a"25c box of Dr. Hamilton's  l'ills. Sold by all dealers in medicines.  If thc average man could live his  life ovcr he would probably he a big-  gfr  fool  than  ever.  Will Conditionally Abandon Demands i  for Higher Wages I  Berlin. ��������� Almost unnoticed amid  the excitement incident to the receipt  of the peace terms, and probably   in-  XI .4 r...;~~ ..i     l-,-,r      '1,H',,-, -, ir.r-4vr4i4ir.n*- J.p  which the workers are receding from  their earlier demands for higher  wages and arc striving to induce the  government to reduce prices, is gradually gaining  ground.  The latest organization to adopt  this policy is thc German railway-  men's association, whose representatives at a conference with Minister  Schmidt, agreed to abandon demands  for higher wages, if the government  would   reduce  food  prices.  BEST MEDICINE  FOR I.TITIF  I  May Object to Austrians  Berne. ��������� As a  result of a tdebis-  Thousands  of  mothers    state  positively   that   Baby's   Own Tablets arc  ,1X.   ~i ,    ......i.^.:..r.    .1...-,    * .-.    --, c    r.,_  *.**.*_:     U1..PI     Xll.\. *lll*i*4J     *,***-_*/      IVUPJ w       vi      iu*  iittlc ones. Their experience has  taught them that thc Tablets always  do just what is claimed for them and  that they can bc given with    perfect  T r 1U_   > UI illUkl y,  f U.       ...r.r.4 n~rx ^  LIIL- W \.&L\r.   *P**  most district of Austria-Hungary, on  the question of uniting with Switzerland, 45,000 persons voted in     favor  i������r4P".l.An  nc    f-rplTPT tt* i-r-'r-.     **-n n  Miller's Worm Powders never fail.  They immediately attack the worms  and expel them from the systcm.  They arc complete in themselves, not  only as a worm destroyer, but us a  highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and  restoring the debilitated systcm to  health fulness, without which the  growth of the child will be retarded  and its  constitution weakened.  W. CLARK  LIMITKO  UOHTIpCAL  Minard's  Liniment  cians.  Used    by   Pliysi-  The telephone girl has a speaking  acquaintance with a great many people that she doesn't  recognize.  One woman always pays more attention to what another woman has  on  than  to what she says.  000 against such a union.  Overtures to    Switzerland will now  begin, but the Swiss states themselves  safety to  children  of all ages.    Con- j are to have a plebiscite on the ques-  cerning   them   Mrs.  Joseph  Therrien, ��������� t;on  ot-  uaju^ *n Gf cr0wn  Inn.Is.  St. Gabriel de  Brandon, Que., writes:!  "Baby's   Own   Tablets   arc the    best'  medicine I know of for little ones.   I  thought I would lose my baby before  trying    thc    Tablets,    but thcy soon  made  him  healthy and    happy     and  now I would not be   without   them.*'  The   Tablets    are   sold by . medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a' box  from    The     Dr.    William's  Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Leave For Russia  London. ��������� The first contingent of  the volunteer army raised to relieve  the men who are fighting in north  Russia left Newcastle recently Tor  Archangel. Fifteen hundred men, including a machine, gun company, were  entrained. Two other contingents will  leave for north  week.  Russia     during      thc  Spare   the   rod   aud   miss   half  pleasure of fishing.  the  Floods in Sweden  Why' Can't I  {^rf'i   TVl.   SI'AtffclY^   snowfall.   Thc damage is estimated at  ���������Ure-L    JLU   OiCep .  lulorc  Uum  30>00o,000 kronen.      There  Damage Estimated   at    More    Than;  30,000,000 Kronen ,  Stockholm. ������������������ North Sweden is ex���������'.  periencing the worst floods in    many .  years, due    to    abnormal    rain    and  w  i.!--}'^-?'!  T   cured   a  horse     of    the      Mange  with MINARD'S LINIMENT.  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.  T\~*i.rx..r.i-rx  t-.r p 1. * i I *-* 114? I. V .  I  cured a  horse,     badlv     torn     by  a pitch fork, with MTNARD'S LINIMENT.  St.   Peter's,   C.B.     F.DW.  LINLIEP.  I  cured a horse  of a bad  swelling-*  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  Bathurst, N.B.     THOS. W.  PAYNE.  Some men tell ihcir wives everything that happens; and there are  others who tell them a great many  tilings  that don't happen.  Wash The Kidneys!  After Bad Colds or Influenza  Look to Kidneys and Bladder 1  ^p^^Sfcv  ������Awt**jl IJSI  **". W WlrJM (i   <���������"*-<tal!*l    ������s--~t*'v~������' it/  <W  When you are all out of matche**,  aud you go to the nearest  store for a fresh supply, 10 to 1  Ihcre'rc Eddy's.  The ln.ttch box on the shelf above  the kitchen slov*-*, front which you  lip-lp yourself tio freelv���������10 to 1  it's licltlv'**.  You slrike a liuht- in the re-st-  aur.int, the club or ���������drepi-pgc-ir- -  tO to I you'll !md that l-.ddy'a  name is on the box.  EDDY'S MATCHES  an* pi.i.:t'rally In iniivrr..ul use tlirotiuh-  otit ('iittailii, A iii-pt* lilcrcvrry purpise,  uiulcvny iu.ili.il Ui. Joi .li pin t.oKc. 1 l.c  next tlliliryoil buy ni.it. tir**.������rrtlmt tlio  I'iV' v mitur In on ������li<- ���������.'������������������<. U in your bc-it.  Kti:triinti-<-. of u*ti������U*:tlolt,  Tlu. v.. C. EDDY CO. Lin.itct!  ���������������.*.*������     r-.  . .   t.  A .'..i imilt/rt of [n<1urc.tr<l)'*l>rtl.iir4  jiiA'xtj.t- ".;;t.iA:i.--.  3T  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator docs* uot require  tlii- assistance of any other medicine  to make it effective. It does not fail  to do its work.  A new serial story commences in  this issue. Do not miss the nrst instalment.  3  Relieves Asthma at Once.    Tf  you  could  read  lhe thousands of unsolicited  li.-t.ter:*.   received  by   thc      maker::  from   grateful  users  you,   too,  would  rcitli/c* the  remarkable curing powers  ,uf Dv. J.  IJ.  Kcllogg's Asthma Rem-  i edv.    All cases, incipient and chronic,  ..ire benefited by   this    great    family  ! rruit.-dy, and many of them are cured.  Why  suiter    or      experiment      with  worthless preparations when the gcu-  i.i  Lc  pui'pli..:-ed   cv  Llll*;    ivclk't; y, :.  ervwherc.  ���������.n.  HII  JtC  **������*:  Jl  Don't  tell all you know, keep a lit-  llc*   for   seed.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  va:*���������[������:>  the  Filing a  11'v. UU ���������_,:..    vp  will  u.c  sometime  llv .. ...  NURSING  *wi4i.,*������at.   i."  ������?',> 31    ���������' 'ill  "t'ttHll'tl  i*.*ii. ���������n.r.  .   .   t 14 (i      .4 1. ��������� 4  '' Ij 4-      4.1       ! ' 4  Id  "l-l  v-i-ck.        I.f Ut II  l I        ....  :y,, 'r*>..-������i.!o.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  To (r*-l die (icintiii***, call for lull name J'.AX-  TIVI* IUIOMO QUININIC TftWctn,. I.ooU  (tir i.iiruaturo til ii. \V. GKOVK. Curci ������  Culd  in  Ouo   Day.    30c.  N.       U.       12C-!  'J'houtpauds of people all over thc  country ;������sk this question, but still  continue to toss uight after night on  a sleepless bed, and it is impossible  for them to get a full night's rcfresh-  inK  sleep.  Sonic constitutional disturbance  worry or disease has so debilitated  and irritated the nervous system that  it. cannot be i|niete.ned except by the  pernicious use of opiates or narcotics. Or ..g'.i'', you have _ heart  palpitation, and sensation of .sinking;,  a fcelin-j; you arc Koiit-j to die, or  perhaps you wake up in your sleep  iceliii'*; its tlionfrh you were about to  choke or binothcr, and the only way  you can ^ct relief is to sit up in bed.  To all who suiter in this way, Mil-  bum's Heart aud Nerve Fills offer an  iiicMUiiiiblc boon. Thcy biiui", bacu  the much-needed iii".,lit\s rest by itn-  prnvine; the lone of lhe nerves,  strenp-then the heart, enrichinp" the  blood and niakiu-,' the whole oif-ani-  zatiou act in liarmo iy~then you  sleep  as  peaceful  as  a   child.  Mrs. [as. Latimer, 3'.) l.i-inster St.,  St. John, N.H., writes:���������"At nitdil \  could not sleep. I had to sit up in  bed, my heart beat .so fast, and when  I   walked   up   sl-iir-,   I   would   j-ft   :t1l  r-Mit    of   Ixfc.ili A    frir.pfl    ri'i-nii i iniMpd-  ed Alill)urn'y> Heart :ind Nerve rill:*  and after .i-dti-.-- iwo Ik������cs, 1 can  sleep all niK.it and am not out of  breath after walkinK."  Milbiirn'*}   Heart   and     Nerve   Pi 1 la-  pit re 50c u box at all deulcis, or mailed direct on  receipt of  \>i ice  bv  The  T.   Mi'buru   i.'.o.,     I.imili*!^     Toronto,  Out.  have   been   avalanches   and   land-lides j  in the Trotnsoc- district. !  The   farms   were   swept     into      the  sea,  twelve persons    meeting    death.  Two  cities, Solleftca and llernosand,:  are isolated.    Thc railway bank*; have;  been     washed    away aud   the  briil-res I  destroyed. i  The   town  of  Sundsvaal     al*������o     ha**  been  badly daniaited.  Two  bridi:'es  in!  the town were earned away and nunc*  than   one   hundred   houses     alone:   the  water   front  are  submcrKed.       l-.ulirc ������  villages arc isolated.   Ilor*-es  and **at-;  tie   disappi arecl  iu   the     lir*4     fui-i.-'Us  current.  Have  you  read   the   opening   i h-i*(>-  ter  of  our  new    serial    apnearin;;    in  lllit-,   ibSU*--!*1  Fly from Vancouver to Victoria     (  Vancouver. ��������� '1 he  iir-*t Hk-lit    be- '  lu'n'ii   X'ancouver   and   \'i*-lon'.i     w;is'  .iccoinpli.slicd recently  hy (.'aplaiu  Alfred   F.c.kley,  pilot,  and   t'.ipl.iiu   Carl  Anil,   of  lhc   aerial   leai'ti*-   ni   lair.ul.i.  'i-i        i.���������   i .       ... .    ..  .   i .    ;. .*....   i:   .  T.   N.   l'oiir  Curliss  airplane   and     the  lime, includiu'*- a stop-over on  iin*  ������������������*  laud   city,  minutes.  was    three,   liotn ',    ami   -II  i. i..., t. i  ,u   .u  Owing to bad  colds,  over-eating or intemperance, or to Ihe  after effects  of  influenza���������urio  aeid  and toxlnn  '(poisons)   "ir*  ston.tl up in th6  body nnd niuso  f backache,   lum-  rbago, rheumalio  .painn   and  stiff  ' joint.-t.  Ii.     : -    ~. r -1      r.. .  L     lO     1.41U4     I.---  sential   thui  treat ment, be directed   toward.1  Tirompt rusting out of the poisons from  the bodv wliicu cnuso these pains and  aches.    This raeftnH that the excretory  orpans���������-(the bowel*?, pUin and kidneys) ���������  lihould be excited to Hieir best elTorti.  Lvory one should clet.u honre���������int^nnlly  ��������� and tluLi protect one's self from many  I'itri di-pi'-:isi'������p. bv t'd-.iliK e.i-*tor oil or ft  i)le:isnnt laxative fiieh us  Dr.  I'leree's  l-leiu-ant Pellets, vrhieh are maileof Mny-  nptile, aloc������ and jalap. Take these every  o1 her dav. This will excite ollieient bowel  net ion. If you .suffer from backache, irri-  l nt lua ai   I in* iuiuddor ui.ii llio kidne-,.*..  iihown by the frequent cnlls to eet out of  bed at iii������"htf eonKi������lerahle sediment itt  tlie water,  brick-dust deposit,  perliajw  li** t.Pu-ln-  iii   i In*  iiiurmiu'.   you  .* houl.-l  yljlDlll     f   1        1.   ..*'      4,l..._     .     ll_.lt: .\.*44������il. 44. 4.4.1"  itrie :i<-i*i), lirnf pm up by Dr. I'ieren.  To build up the >.tteni'th und impi*ov������������  the blood, take an iron tonic Mich ro.  "Iwiitic,'' rruunifneturftl by Dr. Ti'-r.-e,  to ba had in tr.bht.-. at tlniK f:("re*., or  t'omc (*;ood lie.rbal _ tonic _(>uch_ a.i Dr.  i'lercc 8 lipjiut-ii ;p1c*1i������-jh i)i.**������.������*-������j(j  nis.'!.'. Iron."! wiM ro"*''! v.ri'i bi**V.i withowrm  Alcohol, nutul put up ii\ tablet* or li-pud.  "������������������-���������I  ";Ai  ii*li"*?'***,*i**i *S*iilS-ff*^-|  iWt-t-Wm-W-iWSM  mmmmmm  ${ri\W^'1,l'^\ml^  11^^mm^t^fr|���������*^-'[VlM^*'^t^'l f ^^������������������^������������������������������������-W^'M'p'������iw (jpw<&4 i������iiy.i-w*i*'|pi<wi������w.i*www  ���������WWl>l%l*tlt'tl4Wlll������tVt|->WJ.r1  i H������mm %mmim m imsunm  dmmHmmmmmmmii  TiiitMfsm~i~~'i^^imt*'frm>mi^ .������4������wi*iaa4^si������  l'l'rl-4*^-^'-*^  ^V|'-ii*';S*^V*lw:v,irt^^  rm-^pifWf.t-1  u t v-wur-VjiiP" ji*"*  h������**# *tr\ ���������������*��������� tf-knHnrttt^'fr *" HR5  i0*th^m0r*ms^imdi^i^^mm,^~u  j"-[i-.."'*"��������� i. Z'*���������*'i~11"*"'i*.*-.'  *t*bi*i.ijpp)'m hi>wnma^������*w  isr:  II  ir,.*;.'  IM:-.  I-  Sic  5?fi  i  mi'  Btr.  it  iw^-mymm*omfsysW4^  THE  ORESTON  BEVIEW  The r-M host  a BB^     t3fp^a������a      iV ���������������**<������** **.  I   9     aaa.1     ������r*a "SfPs, ^pfl  a ar -  ISAliB  ���������you'll .find it here���������a  boot that's right as to  quality���������as to build���������  as to fit���������as to price.  We particularize this  week on a  '$ Hnrllggin  _    '-S.'SJaas .->���������*������������������ ���������gp*-*. tr**. fi  Fresh Cow Fob Sale���������Price $125.  C. Blair, Erickson.  ���������i j.fiirr-   ; ,-������������������    r     I,  i     a       h   b  ���������' '.'r '���������- '    '���������  ��������� II  wwpi \im  u ��������� ���������* , '?^mt~-9 ���������   ��������� 1  job a  We   have   just   50   pairs   ot  them, and every pair guaran  teed  to  grive   satisfaction, or  -x Jr. .-.Jl  mmcy  reiuuuiju.  aonuers memorial meeting  cantie Hall on Wednesday night,  For Sale���������Brood sow and six  young pigs six weeks old. C. Hogarth,  Oreston.  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Nelson a. oonple of days the middle  of the  week.  Wanted���������Woman or capable girl  for- housework, to live with family.  State salary.-   Apply   Review   office.  For Sale���������Extra good niare,weight  probably 1050 lbs., very suitable for  lady to drive. Apply C. Blair, Erickson.  White Leghorn Eggs���������For hatching, single comb stock,, Barron strain,  $1.25 per setting of 15. Sam Moon,  Wynndel.  Edniondson's $1800 ear of the choic  est kind of flour and feed is now on the  way.    Please  wait for  mondson.  We also  call  attention  to our lines of���������  Ladies' White Canvass  Shoes  with leather soles  and  f  ii-J-T. M. Ed-  allies uxioros  -.. i_���������i.i j  in itJcii/iier emu  lUUI-tCl  Urxxxlr.  uccm  We have what you want in footwear���������no matter what you demand  ���������boots for work, boots for dress  wear���������high tops for the ont-door  man���������every pair turned out at factories with a reputation, and offered  in prices which mean real boot  v mi lie,  J. H. Walkley. the well-known  Cranbrook butcher, was a visitor here  on Tuesday and Wednesday, on a beef  cattle buying trip.  Creston orchestra had its first out-  of-town engagement on Saturday  night, when it furnished the music for  a dance at Porthiil.  Wanted���������Live Hens -ind Ducks.  Also Hogs, either dressed or live.  Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant,  next drugstore, Creston.  D. W. Briggs, president of the Canyon City   Lumber   Co., of   Portland,  couple of days early in the week.  The weather this week has had the  real Florida flavor to it, with Monday  leading the way, when 80 in the shade  was recorded on tlie government thermometer.  Ten dollars per acre for the 320 acre,  known as Sub Lot 54, on Arrow Creek.  ...L,  mmm mercna  For most people breakfast is not  liKht without a cup of coffee.  And with coffee, possibly more  than any other beverage, it must  be good or a more or less spoiled  meal is the inevitable result.  Soluble  fij������i.jr]i S.O.SJft.0.0. OolII  Coffee  i- *'!..������������������ b'-st insuranoe against disappointment--any way you f-nnsid-  ������-** 'in* r-i'itf*-**' qn*--*";Ui"rri.  If .- Mi:*-")*' ii! att instant in the  ������������������up. a-; i-i>-a;* ;ik wine, and ..if the  ���������--��������� r.'iig: ii (i.-si p-rj   by ear-h person   to  Milk, cream, buttermilk, choicest  dairy butter.    See F. K. Smith's advt.  Bxrth���������At Victoria, B.C., on May  12th. to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith,  a son. vv  Wanted���������Laying hens, also a good,  quiet cow, fresh or about to come in.  J. Handley, Creston.  All places of business in town will  be closed to-morrow���������Empire Day.  Stores open this eyening until 10.  Fuk Sale���������One-horse mower with  knives, very little used, price $45. Also  two sets new shafts. R. Stewart, Creston.  Russeii Leamy left on Thursday last  for Nelson, where he is undergoing  treatment at the Kootenay Lake hospital.  Water Pipe For Sals���������50QQ feet  of 1-inch water pipe at Duck Creek  at 10 cents a foot. J. B. Winlaw, Nelson, B.C.  To-morrow being a Dominion holiday the general deliyery wicket at the  postoffice will be open only from 3.30  to 4.H0 p.m.  The Mission Band concert announced for May 30th is postponed for a  week, and will now be held on Friday  evening, June 6.  Capt. Crompton was a   business vis-  tor at Nelson over the week-end. Fred  Bektnger also spent   a couple   of days.  Nelson this week.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd left on Wednesday  f������>i- Toronto, Ottawa, and other Ontario points, where she expects to spend  the next two months.  Horse For Sale���������7 years old,  weighs about 1000 lbs., good for saddle  or driving,   and will work single   or  .1 .,..1.1.. *   ~-,P__    P*.-4=r.r.������r    >fL������-������������   UUIIUlCr        X3LJ4j(Jl*y    IlUVXllVV    LJUALiC.  At the meeting last week Creston  Masonic Lodge named Jas. Compton  as delegate to 1919 grand lodge, which  meets at "Vancouver the middle of  June..  J. P. Cook arrived in from Wetaski-  win, Alta., on Wednesday with a car  of effects.     He has bought Mrs. John-  years's berry   crop   under   anywhere!  near normal conditions   is from Ia.000  4-rx        t tr   mVll ���������^r.4. ��������� rx ���������it.���������. ���������. ,_*_^.-^ -.ft  *j\>   jtLAfLjLjLr     CVOivOo,     vviirU     |Jlu3p6*Jl;S    Oi  prices being  even   higher   than   last  year.  aiiflPilBliri ifS!   rainaii**! tff   BBT <M 9   -g-m*Rmm  m^rmnm  tt v b ui Baa  GRSSTOiV  Best Quality  airy Blatter  Cream  Milk  always on sale.  Delivered anywhere in town.  Shipped to any point.  THREE CAKES of  almolive Soai  Display in window.  45 cents worth of the best  soap  on  the market  free.  K. SMITH  creston u rag mmm*  Drugs    Stationery    School Supplies  The Very Best -Joy Day in the West  cash and balance in foui- annual   son's place on the K.V., adioininer the  payments.     W.  Rossland, B.C.  K.    Esling,   ownei$  r.p- .s*-  V  ���������\i-a.  itiii*-sv   ^rotiudM St>   'left  '������**���������������������������!���������"   'm   !���������������������������������   w;������st*-i-|.   ami   no  f-oHec  ���������.*���������������-   ''I  i-lt-ati  Simply  jilin  11 r >i ��������� -  .41    i *-���������*.*-.   <i  .i   nail  ii'i'H  ��������� ���������I-.  I II  till'     oil p.  teaspoon! til,  ...      .-. *   I  .    , I ff, I  * I  tin!     old   hot,  W  ii.  i n  11 .f  litivi-    just     place.)   a    Jim*   ol  |i|li!<-   lJ.,'l (��������� 1' i 11 >*.< t on    Hall    -..'oo.l-i  I..      It   is   in   ii   pac-lcaw   i-on  ��������� tiiii'i-j- .-iiilifiii-ni  I'or :>5 nips.  r<    I i   c*j       i   wt-ii .  vjioia oeai oiena  Ml.;  .    *.~ (  I lll.ll ������   ���������    ,������  r-> .    .  ,   4  4   '    . ,.,.,.  it   delicious   cup   nf  coH'cc  * 11<i  line    p;i*'kn I/,i'     \-',in rf 1 -���������-.  i-i   .-vci'lli'i I    I .y   lii.ii*.  Bulk Coffee  Five acres of the Bat-ton ranch���������  next the Learmonth place���������was sold  last week to Albert Stewart, who intends erecting a commodious residence  on it this year.  E. Gammon of Nelson, the new chief  constable of the provincial force, was  a visitor here on Monday, on his ftrst  official visit, and to keep an eye on the  Dong Lang liquor prosecution.  A car of about twenty head of beef  cattle was loaded out on Saturday.  The animals were shipped in last fall  by the Cranbrook Meat Market and  winter fed by the Creston Indians.  Friday's Nelson News informs that  an airship,-which is due to make the  trip from Vancouver to Calgary, via  Nelson and Lethbridge some time next  month, will include Creston in its  stopping places.  Owing to absence and illness of  members the    Methodist    Ladies   Aid  i was unable to assemble a duorom for  the May meeting last   Thursday,   and  i the'jelcction of oilicers is deferred until the .June meeting.  The Tebo place on Goat river bottom, which was bought last, fall by Andrew Johnson, a newcomer from Dids-  btn-y, Alta., is reported sold this week  lo Mr. Disbiiian. who with his family  arrived in from OUotoks, Alta., a few  weeks ago.  There was only a fair attendance at  the adjourned Community Club organization meet ing on Saturday night.  and in view of tlie lack of interest (lis  played.it was decided by the committee in eii.u-ge i,u allow lhe mallei* l,o  iitand tint il early fall.  N'i-ncI Friday evening i.s booked for a  driiio- in tli.- Auditorium under the  ,iu-.pires of Creston G.W.V.A., for  which th*- p't-i'slon orchestra will fufii-  !*.'���������> ��������� h'* m'n-'i"'-,   lii'iil.*! !jtl.   ! ,iidies plensi'  bring lunch.  The vets, are also having  Il ll'rt lll'f   hi III   I III     I'l I.'SI I.I V'.   .1 III V    Isl .  AT  ON  'I'l us e w ,i.   only  -..I. o11 t I..   jo11 in  ,l *-l    Si. , ii|,l V.   ,1 II.I  I     I  . 1 . r I 11 I 11 I K ,       rill      I  ���������I i;i   t    all eiel in|.<  p.*| le-li" -e  lie- ( '>���������!������������������  one Methodist pai-  .ill Fast Kootenay  he was laboring al  i i i.i ��������� iH-iiii^ al I In-  ronl'i-ii-nec. I n eon-  I on ''hiireli was dark  , i..'.  in-  ii,mi   I lu  ll.-Hi  Benny ranch.  Ten dollars per acre for the 320 acres  known as Sub Lot 54. on Arrow Creek.  Half cash and balance in four annual  payments.. ��������� W. K. Esling, owner,  Rossland, B.C.  Strawberries���������Pedigreed strawberry plants; "Senator Dunlap and  Magoon. Hardy, northern-grown  stock. $10 per thousand. Monrad  Wigen, vVynndel.  Cllie Harris, a son of road foreman  T. Harris, who is recently back from  a couple of years service in France,  spent a few pays with his father in  Creston the",fore part of the week.  An East Kootenay board of trade  conference is called for Cranbrook this  evening, and it is expected the Creston board will be represented by President Constable and C. O. Rodgers.  Creston may possibly haye an old  time day of sports on Dominion Day.  under the direction of the G.W.V.A.  The matter will be discussed with the  citizens at the memorial meeting on  Wednesday night.  Rev. G. W. Hamilton has been  assigned to take charge of the Creston  -Methodist church for the next three  years, according to the first draft of  the -stationing committee, at the annual confereitce now in session at Vancouyer.  The adjourned case of Dong Lang,  tbe Chinese rcHtaurantkeeper, charged  with selling beer over the 2 per cent,  limit, was disposed of on Monday by  Magistrate Crompton, who imposed a,  (Int.* of $00 and costs, the latter  amounting to $0.  Posters are up aniiovrieing a special  train to Cranbrook to leave Creston  at 7 a.m. for to-morrow's celebration.  A splendid day of sports is proyided,  with a fiance at night, and it is expected that quite a number from here  will be "amongst those pseseuf."  Tbe liiud touches on the deal be-  |, ween I he land sell lenient, hoard and  I he ('iiiiyoii Cll y Lumber Co., Ltd., for  Kl.00 iii-rei-'. of the latter's land were put  I bi-oiigli on Tuesday. The matter is  in... up to lhe j.;. .\ * i nun ut, .il V ietoi i.i,  and a decision one way or the other  i.my he looked for within the next ten  ..,.*   .   *".(-:,..1    ....\.     |n. i,-.|i* * *,-,    .a.   that,  AN   AI I -HAY P  jX m.jx v.  F.     i  Children's Parade,        Veterans in Uniform  Exhibit of War Trophies  Koek Drilling Contests.       Tie Making Contests  Horst Racing.        Up-to-Date Midway  Reduced Rates on all Railways  a m  From 8 to 12 p.m  Cranbrook Brass Band in  Attendance AH Day  Program and Prize.List on Application  Jf>4.     ���������*<���������"*"���������  -cnier /-tc&ams  Chairman  /\. /\snwortti  jj  Secretary B  f  B3-  BRING YOUR CAR '[G  run  I  i i  ir  1 ftAtfll  "*'"r"I'*r"'*"i WP"*(       l~~r*-\      JHf       ***V*|        mM  hi   .i',.'ht   t le  1,1 >||I I I  V     rl II I I  ,        ','���������   '      . .    .     i   4   ,      I , ,   1  | .  U   ,l  I ' ��������� |      I I | I    I l||  I*, .In v    ..���������*������������������    I  ���������g J-J  gf Aim     m.     m.      1U^ %.*������  U     mt  rll Mill   il      II l.ll'    I     '\  /I t  .    |  I ���������     4       ,    .   ���������  4                  I        ,1,           *     t |   ��������� .   ���������             I     I  1,111 I . ....    I   II"  . ,*..ii..;,.v I,,,,  tie II,it vci y  >e tut in- ,iii,i  <��������� svlii. '.In nil.I  .. r   j i     :..i..  ���������:    '..���������  ������������������.".   ii, !  r>, i > -..  iii-mMi  10 ,    .Ir,    00.    ~X. i,   ,   0X4   ~x     MX.  . 1 t t x n   ������   * . X     *.M4t������  .--...:--  j-j-ths b n.'n.".  .iii vii,*;  (Mil'   m   m    -mtf       M      W    W   ~0v~t   M   m*   Hm^  im-fr*.  "mtf |       |   M,|i.>*|  li  lt  .11  i- H    *\ ii 1.    i ho a-   nf    Iti'i:',  Tin- vail*-*, :p( I ,t w h'-l'i > ������-ro|i ii-. iitnk-  ing great headway thi.-* week, the,  win-in weather prevailing following  nIihW'-i- nl  he.I   week being just     right,  r ��������� "      '   ' ! . . 'II. . . I        I   .. .  .  .* I.*   . I V   V  inio> hi.I;-, 'Hi in.,   i   ,..ti4'lii ���������. in    iiiilet  to  c ai 'Oi i- I h<   inoi-tiiic ami   Ilu- install-  Wmjr     r*m-    *-fc   Jl. R^jP     -04X.   m*mm     000X.     *W   ������.������.  t-t~m~~- '������0m4* ���������*>   ~%~        .M.  ���������W*'*^ )^-*'S^%.jU,U.  uooa  .1  tf\ 0.1 -7.  t* IP* <���������   7. 10     07,   W  70  -**pprfj> p*-p* *** -PPP4* ip ���������*������>  k^-wk   W -*t^-0.\~~4  I  Jl  ���������j  Workmanship  Moderate Prices  HIlGftTF MM.  .   Autn llvfiri'   s   Phnnn 81  w  11.  *-*

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