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 *a*l**'*-***gw*a*hy-iffliTO������ri i' i-i'ii''-|''Li-*Wfi|Wili*4S-jffli4^^       -  ���������***" / v--'  i  i  'ts:  -   'frl  \ ."-.'���������'*������������������">.--is"-  li'i.'k t        -.      xXvv.'    m-0'!x    1  ���������������������**--.               V    "' -r .    5 >  *        -���������'.  *C.~.,         '       "������W ������������������          ..rrJxX**  - -��������� :-^l  1  -^   1-4    my    BB  ������ T  y  Vol. XI.  CBESTON, B. C.y FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919  ~0  "9=  No. 22  MitGfeGn&r  Building permits for. July include  one for a cottage which Gapt. Forrester-is. erecting on bis lot here.  Miss Gunn ox New   Denver and "Miss  Smith-of Lewiston, Idaho,   were visit  ors with Mrs. Angus   Cameron a   few  days the fore part of "the  week.  Mrs. Wilson,   who   has   been   Mrs  Hunt's guest, left this   week on a trip  to Vancouver.    Mrs." Hunt accompanied her as far as  Brickson. -where she.  is spending a few days.  Mrs. Langlois entertained at a birthday party for the oldest daughter of  the family on'Friday last, to which a  number of the grown-ups were-invited  and a very sociable afternoori was  ' spent."*'-..'���������>"������������������"'���������'"'-"���������.-���������"=- -'   .:   ZZ-'Z'Z-  Ernest Driffie, who lately joined up  with the benedicts, -was agreeably surprised on Sunday af ternoonjfast at his  home when a number of the .Sash &  Door Co. emdloyees happened in and  made him the present of a Jj>,*50 check,  as a little wedding present from the  citizens.  Dan Spiers is bus*"*7 at "���������"���������resent on improvements to the roads .-ind some  new trail building in this section.  Mr. and Mrs=r Forrestei' welcomed  home their son, Pte.  J~. Forrester, on  I--P.,r^l^_,   .     ~ASX   .       J -,        rxJ*   2x7  ������< i'iuo, v,   ttinrir.:-..-uwx--   -lwu    .ytsitrS    Oi ill  France, going across early in 1017 with  the Creston forestrv draft. He is looking fine and dandy, and never felt  better in his life.  Angus Cameron had the bad luck to  have his right arm seriously bruised  ������������������* up on "Wednesday marning. So far as  we can learn while he was adjusting  the harness on his team, which -'was  hauling a load at the time, the whiffle-  tr������?e broke and the. flying   end  of   it  caught, hi iii Oss   the  b  if*  Ike Lewis unloaded a car of about  35 head of cattle here on Monday,  which were immediately taken to the  Lewis Island ranch. In the lot were  about eight head of registered Poll  Angus, including a purebred bull.;"; Ike  now has a herd numbering over 100.  Mrs. Loasby and her sister-in-law,  Mrs. Moore left on Tuesday for Cranbrook where they are visiting friends  for a few days. t  Mr. and Mrs Tuohey and party  were at Creston on Wednesday night  for the show and dance, making the  trip on the Loasby casey jones.  I ETTEB-? Ta THE ensTnb  LEI li-fid in lUH Oil!UR  Principal Dewar left last week for  Calgary, Alta.. where he expects to  spend most of the   summer   vacation.  Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Brooks of Calgary, Alta.. arriyed last week to spend  a few weeks with the hitter's parents,.  Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson.  Carl Wigen was a Creston yisitor  on Wednesday to see bow the new  girl is coming along. Mrs. Wigen isex-    - ^ JF'':   - '"***  J-uaitor ttEViitw:    ,.-  Sir.,���������Be yjbur opportune remarks  in last wee*������.s issue as to the best  means of solving the; problem of providing mbre'secomodation for school  children-at Creston 'it is quite evident  to any'^imrireftHlic'e'd nerson that to  rent igtlie^ only praictical solution for  some time*, a*j|a as A, ratepaper I suggest that the i5*es,tpuilding likely to be  available is the unused courthouse on  Fourth Street, which was used as  headquarters by . the officers of the  Forestry Draft. No doubt, for such a  useful public purpose, it could be secured at a merely nominal iental from  the government.   . R. G. A. Hockley.   X���������J      \xrxxx.rx  ���������JCPjtJCTPjt.     UUIIJO  wet'E.  ������*,r.rt\v.Tr  . .0\rvL.x j.  operation  Stockmen Will  Control Haying  ing them with this power   to expedite  the administrotion of the Grazing Act  On the flats it   is   expected   similar  .conditions will obtain as were in force  last year.   An area   will    be set apart  for pasture which will   be available as  soon as the   water recedes, and   this  will be fenced or   herders employed to  rn^ke sure that cattle do not stray onto thc growing hay*   Applications for  peimission ..io   cut   nay   are   now   in  the hands of Secretary Lidgate of the  Farmers' Institute, on  which must be  filled in   the   number of   horses   and  cattle to be fed along with the quant-  itity of feed the rancher will   grow on  his own place this season.   When this  information is available   the association will proceed to issue the   hay-cutting license.  Vested with such complete authority the association looks forward with  confidence to being able to effectively  control the Indians from now on,-particularly with regard to them pasturing their cattle on the whites' side in  order to allow a more abundant crop  of hay to grow on the Indian lands.  ilCiii   iiHK      t"l  again, the run   at   present   being   on  on tomato crates.  Road foreman Harris has a small  crew of men at work putting a road  through by the Elsie Homes-mine to  connect the Butterfield, Cooper and  ranches with the main goyernment  road.  Clarence Ogilvie arrived from Trail  a few days ago, and is spending a short  holiday with friendsf^ere.  Misses Muriel Hobden and Mabel  Hsucroft of Creston are tenting; here,  beis-* on the strawberry" packing staff  b*>w. He wentt������ CreBt^hjthe^sam k-#; '  t^w^ "'"Ipetep-Wall^  ory crew, was at Ferriie the fore part  of the week, taking in a circus in that  town.  Mr. and Mrs. .Heath were visitors  with Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Cooper this  week, leaving on Wednesday for their  new home at lnvermere.  Charlie Hindley got home on "Friday  after about eighteen months of it in  khaki, with a forestry corps which he  enlisted with at Revelstoke. He is the  same old Charlie, and gcjt a royal welcome back.  Including the Wednesday shipping  east Wynndel has exported 7,139 crates  of'straw berries. As compared with  this time last year is a gain of almost  15-KK) crates. If pickers are available it  would look as if the 1919 shipping will  exceed that of I9T8 by almost 1800  crates. The fifth straight car of them  went out on Wednesday. From now  on the jam factory will be getting a  considerable supply from here.  Sirdar will have a thanksgiAing service in connection with the signing of  peace i*^ the schoolhouse on Sunday  n:ght, with Rev. J. S. Mahood in  charge.  Sirdar friends of Dick McBurney  wiii be glad to hear that b.p is now  ready to leave the hospital at Fernie,  ".vhers he has been for about three  weeks recovering from some ''broken"  ribs sustained in an accident at Hos-  nier. Dick is quite popular here. He  don't make as much noise as some of  the couh. but after all wind and wisdom do not always go together.  T. Rodgers will entertain the ratepayers at thc annual school district at  home on Saturday night, for the purpose*'of electing a trustee and auditor  for the'ensuing yeiii1.  This year haying operations on the  flats, as well as the grazing in that  and other sections of the "Valley will  be under the direct control of Creston  Valley Stockbreeders' Association  which was organized last Thursday  night, following au "address by T. P.  MacKenzie, provincial grazing commissioner, who was h^re from Victoria, accompanied by land inspector W.  J. Smith, inspecting the range and  hay lands in this section.  Due to Mr. MacKenzie coming in  unannounced on Wednesday and  making but a brief stay, the meeting  of those interested had to be arranged  on short notice^put at that there was  Quite a *H-r���������"*���������*"������������������ *-s������w-ell' as a,   thoroueb.lv  *-. v-> ���������.'~tr:.. -r     -  ���������representative "turnout of the cattle  owners. After the new Grazing-Act  had been very thoroughly explained  and the advantages to be obtained.by  having a !ivest������_ck association, the  meeting decided to go ahead with the  organization of it, and the following  officers were in due course elected:  President���������J. W. Dow.  \ ice-President���������C. Suteliffe. .  Secy-Treas.���������Guy Constable.  Executive���������J. F. Rose, John Hobden, G. M. Benny, A. D. Pochin, Geo.  Hobden.  Jl iJssSy ~-$fs*~$@  Creston Presbyterian church on  Wednesday morning witnessed the  marriage of a popular Creston couole,  when Rev. T. McCord united in marriage Miss Mary-'EHen (Ella), second  daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. W. Dow,  arid Lieut. Sherley A. MacDbnald,  who since returning from overseas  this winter has been in charge of the  consolidated school at West Summer-  land. The church was nicely decorated with plants and there was quite an  assembly of friends to witness the eer-  mony, Mrs. Lidgate rendering Lohengrin's wedding march as the bridal  party entered the church.  Mrs. Haskins. who has been on a  visit to friends at Alberta points, returned on Thursday, accompanied by  two of her neices, who will spend the  summer with her.  The annual school meetings is called  for 7 p-ni. at the schoolhovse on Saturday. Mr. "Llttlejclin's three-year term  as trustee has expired, as also the term  **5f R. Staples, auditor.  Percy Truscott left on Friday last on  a business trip to Nelson and points  west.  Frank Putnam and daughter, Beth,  left the fore part of the week for Medicine Bat, Alta., where they are visiting friends.  Mrs. A, Kerr and daughter of Yahk  are here for a few days' visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamilton.  Mrs. Adams and young son, Jim, of  Cranbrook, spent a couple of days here  this week with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Attwood.  Express   shipping   here is running  \ around 100 crates a day. with raspberries the   more  prominent   on the  S04. ^pvx v% ��������� ������-������ 0-m    A v d-.- w-  ��������� lif-vi-jitj^  ubii  . 'R. Lamont has had Surveyor Mc-  Cullough of Nelson busy here for a  few days staking out the property  beyond the Penson ranch in five-acre  tracts. He finished the work on about  eighteen of them, hut has since had to  ESTABLISHED 1875  IMPERIAL BANK  oi Canada  Head Office       :       :       :       Toronto, Ont.  Capital Paid up .$7,000,000. Reserve Fund $7,000,000  Total Assets over $110,000,000  140 Branches throughout the Dominion of Canada.  A Savings Department at every Branch.  An account may be opened by depositing $1 or more.  Interest paid on your money from date of deposit.  Your account solicited; courteous treatment assured.  SPECIAL  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  |- A ttuviit-it*,****-, iiuibi-iN .r^rS  A.  i  \  I I  L:  Branch of  the Bank is now  Ireston  ir.%r~g-.-m-_  ^rgj-~i--x  ft* ���������������r*^*i  rr\.~   hiiCiil^HX  ������ir   .  About thirty members -joined up at  this session, which was presided over  by W. V. Jackson, president of the  Farmers's Institute, and it was decided to circulate membership petitions  and convene another meeting on Saturday night to complete organization  and pass tho resolution neeessarv to  secure recognition for the association  by the government.  At the Saturday night gathering  the membership was brought to almost sixty, the required resolution put  f p-.*i4-p,,rvl-p      .rpp-pf V.nc'i .1 at "n.lllx- spvi*'* 1'VlO  P.*. 44. .. VP|P^ P* .������������������*��������� XIX. .,XI.^.X. X.X....   .J    , ....���������. ���������-...  grazing regulations were read and explained by Mr. Smith, who did not  get away until Tuesday.  Por this year the membership fee is  $2, but whether a member or not all  owners who allow their cattle to graze  on crown lands or who cut hay on the  Hats will come under the jurisdiction  of the Creston Valley association and  will have to- pay to tho association  treasurer tho grazing fees proscribed  by tlu* act, iks well as the other charges  for hay cutting aud hording supervision.  Tho association will havo direct contra! of all tho grazing territory between Kootenay Landing and Yahk  This year liltio will be attempted an  to conserving pasture except on the  llatH, but next season it is moro than  likely the stock breeders' organization  will attempt a Hystomatic herding of  all stock, paying men to look after the  herd, who will see to it that tlio animals are moved iron, phice to phut-  to Heom',- tho heal, feeding grounds,  and who will alwo salt them, and look  after a Mililcient supply of water-il  tho d.lU-i'c-ia li'.-.-liiig i^iouoU...  Km- thi-; .service a charge will hr  mado baaed on the number of head of  cattle each owner has, and 'hose who  negleet to pay laich diu-.*, ,\ ill he de-  hm-red lroni tho ran-i-o and hayeult-  !',������������������; privile-i-oH. The ansiK-ial ion is vent-  cd with   full   authority   lo   liim....- nil  I  (  *!...,.,,   ,-..*..'I.       flu.      ,4,4,.,.,.,, ,,,ii,|-    i,M'.'':l-  The bricle* who was given away by  her brother, SergU ..C^nripbell Do.wi  was attired in white satin and silk  crepe de chene trimmed With pearls,  with bridal veil and orange blossoms,  and carried a boquet of white roses.  The bridesmaid was Miss Phyllis  L-yne, whose costume was of pink  flowered voile with hat. to match, and  whose boquet was of pink roses. The  groomsman was D. W. Dow. After  the ceremony the bridal party returned to the bride's home, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served,  the happy couple leaving on the noon  train on a honeymoon trip that will  take them to the groin's home on  Prince Edward Island.  The  bride's   travelling   suit   was of  blue taffeta with hat   to   match,   and  there was a splendid   turnout at - the  station to provide a generous   shower  of confetti, rice, elc.   Befoi-e going overseas in 1015 as   a   private   with the  51th Battalion, Lieut. MacDonald was  for two years principal of Creston Sup.  'perior school, and is deservedly popular with a host of friends here, the popularity being shared by the bride, who  is equally favorably known   by a very  wide circle of friends. The groom's gift  to the  bridesmaid   and   bride   was   a  pearl and amethyst brooch to the latter, and sapphire pe.ridot to the former.  Mr. and Mrs.  MacDonald   aro returning west noxt month   and_ will make  their   home    at   West   Summerhind.  Their host of friends here extend best  wishes for long and happy life.  return home.  Mr, and Mrs. Attwood have a welcome yisitor at* their home this week  in their son, Pioneer William Attwood, who is just back from*.overseas.  after about three years in khaki. He  joined up with the 225th Battalion,  but was transferred to an engineers  cerps, in which he sewed in the signal  section.  Mrs. 15. W. Klingensmith of Yahk  is here for a few days looking after  the cnerry and snmll fruit -haryest on  the ranch. ���������'.-..  *.  Mr. and Mrs. M. McJLeod  of Cranbrook were motor visitors with Erickson friends oyer the week-end, returning ou Monday.  Mrs. Sinclair of Cranbrook arrived  the latter part of the week to spend a  short vacation with Mrs. Botterill.  iTSS-m~~'0m.B9  *m~r mdAmxvjp vsrsiga  BSatfX-T  Otto Johnson, who has about eighteen months experience, in khaki to his  credit, got back from his overseas job  last week, and this week joined up  with the yard crew iis a lumber piler.  He looks the same as ever, and certainly none the worse for army rations.  Mrs. W. II. Hill arrived from Spokane on T'-uesday to join her husband,  who is handling the tiling at the mill.  l.lllll.^     UK*.*     Mill     HUM*.*.   p> UU   s-iCSilC   ..IC-  luues hack on the edge:-. .\i..\ Mcrt.  McCullough, another veteran, also on  the crew.  Tho  school   meeting   on     Saturday  night i.s not expecten to be as exciting  as last year.    A. D. Pochin's  term  as  trustee  has  run  out,  as well  as  Mr.  Blair's tenure of office as auditor.  F. Belanger is shipping a few cars of  piling a week from Canyon. His output is being taken by liu- .J.P.I*.  Miss Frances Knott is just home  from a two weeks' holiday with friends  at. (.Iriilily.  Mr. and Mrs. I). (."-. Lyon and fomilv  got away on  Saturday for  their new  The   Huscroft M������-  tinn will certainly ini-.s  them; as they  lent   a   helping  hand   in   every   good  i work undertaken there, more particii-  ' hirly in school matter*-.     C.O.l'odgi*-**  ' has   leased   the   Lyon   place   for live  I year*'.    It Is particularly well cropped  i to hay. ,  i     All -who care to conic are invited to  ; the Cnion Sunday school pienic.which  :    ������.. K,. I.,..,I .,* ���������!,,.   ,,l,t   -p.,���������',*<>-,.   Ho^ 'i-*-  tcrnoon, with supper at 5.  i  i    ,j,j^v   Duplex  5-ton truck, which thc  We Wish to inform the peuple 'Company brought in from Cranbrook  ..(' i!w. .-IL! "i-.'   .I...'   pp-r.  -.-.ll    I.,,   un 'MiukIuv. ii.   ln-ii)-,' tried   out, on the  (>1      LikU    111 .-ll. I   i\.iil     l-'lltll,.      IU'       .P������������4.        111. *-  ���������ill   t'itid<   ,"**!'   *-*iu*   thin week.    The  machine is  ������'���������������������������'���������'���������*"���������'��������� "������������������ '���������'���������'���������  m.'ikui.'  im  ���������mi I.**, li,'!.*.  NOTICE  Creston Valley Stockbreeders Association  All applications for permits to cut  hay on the I't-.-vmoi-*.! hay land*, must. I home in Spokane,  be on the Association's forms, which  may he obtained at J. A. Lidgate's  otllce. All applications -mis', hi* in .miy  18th, after which date none will be  considered, llv order Advisory Hoard,  GUY CONHTABLI-*.   Societai-v.  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It can bc done. It must be  done. If it is not, ' the "-- .llook for  Canada is far froia bright.  A year or so ago the profiteering  of the pork barons and meat packers  was disclosed to the public gaze and  shocked the moral conscience of the  whole country. Within recent weeks  thc Parliamentary committee at Ottawa inquiring into the high cost of  living has dragged into the open light  of day the extortionate profiteering in  which many of the big corporations  of  Canada    have heen  engaged,    and  mm  I**im -UonipaBy io tout  Canadian Rockies  <1.,  p <\    i.il r  "While not proposing in this article  to even attempt to define the causes  or contributing agencies to the excessive profiteering which has been  and is still rampant in Canada, and  also while not attempting to assume-  responsibility for suggesting the nature of the remedy that should he applied, it can bc said without any hesitation or qualification whatever that  thc Government at Ottawa must act,  act quickly, act even drastically, to  put a stop to the extortionate profit  ecring in thc necessaries of life which  has become not only a national scandal, but is so outraging the feelings  of thc people that a situation is developing' which constitutes a serious  menace io the future stability of the  Dominion.  The cost of living has now reached  a height where even men of moderate  incomes are beginning to worry how-  to make ends meet, while thc man on  small salary aud thc workman depending on his daily or weekly wage is  becoming almost desperate in his  struggle to feed, clothe and keep a  roof ovcr the heads of himself, wife  and children.  There can be no question, of course,  that it was not possible for the civilized nations of the world to turn  their activities and energies for four  and a half years, from the work of  peaceful production and trade, into  thc terrible business of war and  wholesale destruction of life and property without such loss in production,  and destruction of existing wealth and  properly, having the effect of increasing the cost of all articles ihat were  made and produced. Under the circumstances, an increase was natural  and inevitable, aud. if there were no  other artificial contributing causes,  the people would grin and bear it as  one of the prices <A\ victory and thc  securing of the future liberty and  peace  i.f  th,.* world.  Uni'ortv.nately, how.-ver, selfish iu-  tfi'eMs. lacking the first elements of  patrioti-m in  vantage of thi  profits ranging all the way from 70  to 300 per cent. These profits have  been made by the meat packers, thc  flour milling companies, the manufacturers of clothing,���������in a word, the  dealers in those articles which all the  people  must buy in  order to live.  This selfish and extortionate accumulation -of great wealth by the few  at thc expense of the many is one of  the chief reasons for thc high cost of  living today which is driving men and  women to desperation, and creating  such a feeling of unrest and discontent that they are all too ready to  act upon the advice and suggestions  of extreme Socialists and agitators of  all kinds, many even being willing to  go to thc length of revolution against  all constituted authority.  It is not sufficient that Parliament  should succeed in definitely exposing  ils, and thus confirm what the  lave long suspected. There  must be action by the Government to  end these evils. Unless such action  follows swiftly upon these disclosures  more harm than good will have been  done, because the feelings of unrest  are being intensified by the facts made  known. The Government must act,  and act Quickly.  these c  people  How Best to Overcome the Troubles  rr.*   -  *       ���������  4-r,. -r-r i*"*      -  a.xiCLi x-xiiucx. women x^niy  The most fateful years in a woman's life are those between forty-five  and fifty. Many women enter this  term under depressing conditions  through overwork, worry or a neglected condition of the blood, and so  tlvcy suffer heavil\r. Still, variations  of health at this time can be relieved  by home treatment.  Among the commonest symptoms  arc headaches and pains in thc back  and sides, fever-flushes, palpitation,  dizziness and dep/ession. Women  stand in need of fjfich,'"'sj;cd blood all  their life, but newer mofce so than in  middle age, ���������'-.���������"���������lien, the ne'iwes are also  weak arid over-wrought../ Now every  woman can prove thc ^prompt help  afforded to her "health Jfy renewing  her blood supply^ It '-������.' a test that  any ailing woman"- can lliake by taking- Dr. Williams'",*. Pirnc Pills, for  these pills make riih, i\cd blood, which  in turn helps thc Vappet,ite, strengthens the nerves arid rej^ores robust  health. Thoiisands'vfff women have  found in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the  means by which new health and a  brighter outlook of life were gained.  In proof of this is the voluntary testimony of Mrs. H. S. Peterson, Mil-  ford, Ont., who says: "I have -suffered greatly from "those troubles that  afflict my sex, and I have found that  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in such cases  not only do all that is claimed for  them, but more. Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills have done so much for me that  I urge every weak woman to try  them, and they will soon realize the  great difference in one's health they  make."  If you suffer from any of the ills  that particularly afflict womanhood  you should avaii yourself at once of  the health help of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. You can get them from any  dealer in medicine or by mail post  paid at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Filming About Twenty-Five Hundred  Feet of Our Canadian  .jp^CSOI't-S  Word has bccn-rcccivcd in Winnipeg that the Fred Stone Film Company of Los Angeles, Cat, a party of  fifteen people, are in Vancouver en  route to Lake Louise, Banff and other  Canadian Rocky resorts, for the purpose of filming western story which  wiii include about twenty-five hundred  feet of our Canadian resorts.  This story will bc an all-Canadian  production, and will be shown when  released, throughout the United  States, Canada and Europe.  This is the first time a film company has ever attempted to stage a  ni in al any of otir beautiful resorts in  the Rockies, and will be looked for-t  ward to with great interest by those  who have seen and visited these resorts, aud .with wonder hy those who  have yet to see such magnificent  scenery as our Canadian Rockies afford, surpassed nowhere in the world.  PI The  ~m ii-PW f  cura  ggaif������p"v'  MEDICINAL  curs  way  i  RSI  (Buy Cuticura Soap~Wben  I    Yaw. P������������ A Q**-**������~*~ ������*-,���������  Miller's Worm Powders prove their  value. They do not cause any violent disturbances in the stomach, any  pain or griping, but do their work  quietly and painlessly, so that the destruction of the worms is imperceptible. Yet they arc thorough, and  from the first dose there is improvement in the condition of the sufferer  and an entire cessation of manifestations   of   internal   trouble.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  The  Public Ownership  Visitor (in public gardens, interested in botany) : Do you happen to  know to what family that plant he-  longs?  Old Gardener: I happen to know it  don't belong to no family. That plant  belongs to the park.���������Florida Times-  Union.  Growth of Railroads  capital liability of Canadian  as stated in the Canada  Year Book for 1918, has grown from  $716,445,134 in 1876 to $1,985,119,991 in  1917; the passengers carried, who  numbered 5,190,416 in 1875, were 53,-  749,680 in 1917, and the freight carried  annually has increased from 5,670,836  tons in 1875 to 121,916,272. tons in  1917. Gro^n earnings, which in 1875  were $19,470,539, were .$310,771,479 in  1917-  ���������    And double razor eScisscv   _,_ ������������������   Bno slimy soap, no Senas, n*> waste, nii 1  irritation even when shaved twice ds8s>. 2  8 After shaving touch spots of dandruff or  1 irritation, if any, with Cuticura Ointment.  Then bathe ana shampoo with same cake  cf ssi******-.  One sos-*** ������or **1J us-25.  *Riss*i  with tepid or cold" water, dry gently and  dust on a few grains of Cuticura Talcum  and note how soft -and velvety your skin.  Absolutely nothing like the Cuticun-. Trio  for every-day toilet uses.   Soap to cleanse  and purify. Ombneiit to soften and soothe.  Talcum to powder and perfume.  Sample ������  each free *B** nz**ti!. Acds-css* **%-~iLs!������������*-   **  D'epVr**. BoittcD. 0", S. AT* *"** 1  QUEEN'  UMVSRSITY  KINGSTO****T,-  ������H-TAJI.IO  Nights of Agony come in thc train  of asthma. The victim cannot lie  down and sleep is driven from his  brain. What grateful relief is the immediate effect of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy. It banishes the  frightful conditions, clears the passages, and enables the afflicted one to  again sleep as soundly and restfully  as a child.- Insist on the genuine at  your nearby druggist.  Promises that arc hardest to obtain  are  surest of fulfilment.  ������.^w������..������..������^������  It Works! Try It  Toils   how   to    loosen   a  aore,  tender corn  so it lifts  out without pain.  icir  make-up,  look ad-  r'il upheaval and the  w ( >  i'i.'.-   ..('   *.,,(������������������.���������*  CO*.'  ���������.,*.������������������������������������.���������   and     all  nd   i-1'.'.ra-..-d  *  i   ;.  life  and  death  I--    :<;���������'    ���������.'.���������> ���������������������������'::���������  ��������� -��������� '">'  independence  ,-.-.*. ",..'-,   -^'".   .'.  11'.'!' >  1 and manipu-  ���������   ::; ��������� ���������   ���������-���������. 4 . - -  111-4  ..{  the  masses  manner as  to  '..���������-��������� ���������:���������*..��������� ������������������'.-  \ 1:'..:  *t -   :i.m1   weal th  ��������� ���������..-'���������;���������..--.   ' i  :���������  -������������������  r.i en   and   rnr-  ,i'.'  ���������li'.r.i,.-.'-   of   the  1;    .������������������'>,' 'i.:; '4 .!  .    y -.  -.-���������Ji'.-rj;   lu  aci:u-  <<-*">������ PI  isiacK  XX7~i.-xU".  rrvv. -.   ���������  Tr __.  ��������� ms    rscsc  Plug Chewing Tobacco on tbe Market  Desperate Food Raids  Copenhagen.���������Martial law has been  proclaimed in the entire zone of Hamburg  harbor  as  a  consequence  of an  increase in raids upon food depots.  A young man who was fired with  love says he thinks it was the girl's  father  who  acted  as  fireman.  ARTS  Part of the Arts course -may be covered -T  correspondence.  MEDICINE EDUCATION  APPLIED SCIENCE |  Mining, Chesaical, Civs!, 1  Meohanicsl  a ad  Electrical        |  Sagis-jeeris* ������  SUMSIES SCHOOL       MAV16ATIQI SCHH9L j  I July aad August. -December to April 1  GEO. Y. CHuWN, Registr-M*.  l'tie Tale Ui A Toad  nt -  1. ii  ii <* 11)  .1.  I  *  f  ?  ;*>0.lS..gl*9-gl*9*Pg*^SSgl48.������4**������������4**..4*rP*4P44^|P4Pfl  I Good news spreads rapidly and  di*up;j������ists here arc kept busy dispensing freezone, the ether discovery of a  Cincinnati man, which is said to loosen any corn so it lifts out with the  fingers.  Ask at any pharmacy for a quarter  i ounce of freezone, which will cost  very little, but is said to bc sufficient  to rid one's feet of every hard or soft  corn or callus.  Vou apply just a few drops ou thc  tender, aching- corn and instantly the  soreness is relieved, and soon lhe corn  is so shrivelled that it lifts out without pain. It is a sticky substance  which dries when applied and never  I inflames or even irritates the adjoin-  1 niii  tissue.  This diMovery will prevent tlious-  iands of deaths annually from lockjaw  land infection heretofore rcsultinff  | from the suicidal habit of cutting  i corns.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas  County���������ss.  Frank J. Cheney ni.il;es oath that lie is  senior -partner of the linn of F. J. Cheney  & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,  County and State aforesaid, and that said  lirm will pay thc sum of OKE HUNIlRKD'  DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that  cannot bc cured by the use of HALL'S  CATARRH   MKD ICiNK.  FRANK J. CHKNF.Y. _  Sworn to before me and subscribed in  my presence, this Mil day of December,  A.D.    1886.  (Seal) A. W.  Gleason, Notary Public.  HALL'S CATARRH MLDICIN K .is taken  internally and acts ihi-ough the Blood on thc  Mucous Surfaces of the System.  Druggists   75c.     Testimonial!'   free.     " ~r  F. j.  Cheney &  Co., Toledo,  Ohio.  Mother Graves' Wont". Exterminator will drive Avornis from thc systcm  without injury to the child, because  its action, while fully effective, is  mild.  Lake  Superior Area  Lake Superior, with its area of 31,-  800 square miles, is the largest body  of fresh water in the world.  Men are bom robbers,  a man marries he robs  her name.  Every time  a woman  of  Pack Eggs for Winter  Eggs can be packed now for next  winter's use. G. E. Greaves, with the  Extension Division, North Dakota  Agricultural College, found that one  locality that shipped out 150 cases of  eggs in the summer had 75 cases  shipped back in the winter when thc  price had nearly doubled. This was  poor economy and could have been  largely avoided if some of tiie eggs  had been packed. Any housewife can  procure watcrglass from thc local  drug store, and by following instructions she can pack enough eggs during the summer months lo last her  through thc winter, and at a very  small cost. Other preservatives can  bc used, such as lime, salt, or lime and  salt, but watcrglass is cleaner.���������North  Dakota Agricultural College.  London, England.���������A correspondent of the Morning Post writes that  at the Nctherseal Colliery, Burlon-on*  Trent, a toad has been found buried  in a coal scam 200 yards beneath the  surface and a mile from the pit shaf.**,  When a miner's pick struck into tlua  oockct of clav out rolled the toai  Three inches in length, with skin lika  that of a young alligator, it has no  mouth, but it is evident it once possessed one, though the aperture is  no-\v sealed up. It is recovering its  sight and moving about.  All  some  women  talk about  is  ���������  well, about eighteen hours a day.  The System is  tt-p     "PI  ST   t  rrx.eo.S  Jul V CI       ouw  sy  j.'aisufte   ui   xtiss  Kidneys to Purify the Blood  Relief Obtained by Use  of Dr. Chase*s Kidney-  Liver Piiis.  THE OLDEST MAN LIVING  .11 1.  ii'i V -  ! I'.- -  ;i rnl  Canadian  Wheat. Condition  Good  < 'tt.i \v.i. -A bulletin isstw-d hy lhe  r.ureaii of Statistics places the total  ri.; ���������'.< --'i\\ n .ii w lii'-.it in Can.iila tins  *<���������.'! s������;ii at 16,'J.-iK,.Si 10 acres, compared  v. Uh 1/..���������.'.',������������������'���������..' acr.-s iu .''IK. The area  s'i'.-. 11 to -.priii'.; \i lir.it is 16,160,7511  ��������� r ; . ., hi' "1 i'ui'.Vi ;u'i'i'.i *an,i!l<-i\ The  ;.i '-a ..I ..at i - .'sliiiial'-d at 1*1,56-1,001)  ������������������ >���������>��������� -.   '.r    I .*-'i,(iu(i   ai its   less   t han   in  11" asked about his corns would say  they didn't bother him because he  always used Putnam's Corn Extractor.  For fifty years " Putnam's" has heen  the favorite because painless and sure.  Try only ".Putnam's," 25c at all dealers.  Locating* Prisoners Of War  Sixty Thousand More French Prisoners Located in Germany  Paris.-- (iernian figures on lhc. num-  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc..  !!  ii-  Ol  l-'rench  prisoner*;  held  ��������� ��������� .    . ,. 1111) ���������  01,   in   I'M:-;  cr.inlii mn as .)  v.   in   .1 1 >'ii,       I  ia 11   win,it  in  101,   com  I  ''������������������',   1 1 niipa 1 -  iiiip.ii 1 il   '.���������. iiii  found   to     he   incorrect,  hrami,   unih-r ���������''���������<*n-1 :\v.-   in   th'*  Mav .'1 1 many     v. en  , '   I    , - , , . ,      A  ��������� ill |r.l III  ministry   of   war,   announced   in      thc  ih.imher  <>l   di-pulies.     More   than   60,-  j 000   l-'irnrli   |H a*.. iilrl'S   in   excess   of   the  fi.-'Mriu    'i"iM.--     ..-.Tr"    found    in    Ger-  i-'icnch  sol-  'i���������tX,.  9mtmfS~-m-   HMO   H   ���������*-*"*���������   **-**(**-* Jm~*mm-Zm7~rtd*  t* PtrpV'"****.''���������**.*������'.--mm- -00-04 AxVdmumi  NWIV*-**!!*-^^  mtLiS'tt-'xl^immU.  'mi3*ivt~\W.       *    "���������"'������������������������������*���������"���������        i\iSO'.'\'uV'  -pp-p.i-VS.tK mm ~ ,   -A-f.l'l-i.'I.PiiK  **-:.��������������� rf* .���������"-*���������.   'j-Hc'   ���������f"4'".ji~r  ... rjmr-r  fl.  <���������/,  ! >' :,-*  1 ���������   ���������  :������������������ ���������.    I 1 . ,i,i  .llilll  many,  ill i'i *.  .'. t nun  I 1 I i- ������������������       ���������..,���������'-!''-  'lln-  n 11 ni her    of  11 ii-.sin if   in   action   ha;  ih--  nii'i 1 r ��������� rei-eiai'v  reached  ���������:.hl.  ' Farm Working Hours in Scotland  A notable conference ban taken  place, between representatives of the  National Farmers' Union and of the-  Farm Servants' Union. The result i.s  an agreement, the final meaning of  which must he thc greatly enhanced  cost of food and clothing. The main  element in the agreement is that from  Whit Sunday, 1919, the working day  on farms shall he one of nine hours'  duration. The nine hours are to reckon from stable to stable, and arc not  to include stable work or meal hours.  The average working week is to bc  a week ot 5! hour:; and overtime,  worked in seed-time and harvest, is to  hf paid al overtime w-airer,. llolidavs  are lo number 21 in each year, 01  there, are to be \2 half-day holiday:*.. -  Scottish Farmer.  Too much matins of. heavy, highly-  &eaaon������d foods and too lkttlo outdoor exercise are the moot frequent  causes. The liver la upsot, bec<>mftpa  torpid and inactive, tho bo-wela ar������  constipated, tho kldneyn are overworked In .an effort to ffot rid ol?  llio accumulating' poisons and breakdown. Headache, backache, achtna  linVba nound a warning note, and  when thla Is not heeded the natural  development la rheumatism, lum-  bago, and painful and fatal form*  of kidney disease.  To bout overcome this condition  "Dr- Chase worked out In his prlv-ate*  practice a prescription which has  come to be known a.i Dr. Chaao'a  ICldnoy-1-.lvor Pills, because of their  combined action on these nlterlnjx  orcrnnt*-. No -trnatment ha������ ever  proven ao fiuccorj-iful In nwalcenlnir  the action of the kidneys, liver and  bowels, und thereby clcanalnff- tho  Hystem of all Impurities. For this  reason Dr. Chasu'a K.ldnoy-1-.lvor  Plllfl havo a world-wide rt-puiaiioH  as tho moot thorough cure for  rheumatism, lumbago, chronic lu-  dh*;������Htlon and  constipation.  Mrs.    Alex.     Uoraon,     waiicerum.  Omt.,   writes:      "A   few   years  ni<o   I  Buffered     from     Tktuney     and     liver  1   i-iouulo,   tvllh   ii.xl.ijr '.ii  j..y   bad:.     ~  -t.~.a      \.~..j*      ���������m     Tx���������       JTLx  \'<  .   1      I  'I   ��������� ,1   !!..  in  th.  'I  111..'  , I'  llll     ill",  111-  .ill  '-ihli-    to  find.  v. Mi    - (,.: e inn:  M    an  I" 1  1 d,  it   w oiild  lie  inipos-  I nler allied     missions  ( ii-rmanv  Io  ascertain  ������������������   still   remained   there.  Ti-pjt:'  0X0.  l.-'ailin.'   1111   oil,,-   poeiiv   when   ymi  l.l'ej.UC      --.'..I    i.   . < 1111 v .ih'llt       lo    1 (-.'mIiiii/      a  I      ��������� -I-!. ������������������!.    .   ! ��������� ..    .....   ;tn-   !i.,.|.  The oldest livinjj thiiif.:" in the world  i.s thought to he the famous cypress  in the churchyard, of thc village of  Sp-nilri Maii.i ilcl Till.-, a few mill"--  from Mexico city. Kxpcrls have es-  tiiiialc.ii it:, auc .is In iwicii live and  ;.i*< ihuus.ind >>ai.;. It i.*, said tu hiiva:  been a sli'iplin-.-; two hundred yeais  old   when   t heojis  built  the  ureal.   1'y-  J.U..I.!  I''  ���������\y  VV  r������j.  iti  ir> ,11  had henrd of Dr. Chaso'u ICldney-  T-ilver Pills helnp: Rood for this, no  1 commenced tnklns: them. I had  only taken a eouplo of box on whan  the  ti-oubln "wan all  lemoved."  Mm, Jvl. Nli-lu-lu, lit- MlRi>u  Ntrc-ot, Rarnla, -<vrlt������s: "l have found  Dr. Chiiuo''- Kldnoy-Uvcr Pills an eic-  cnllont remody. I suffered considerably   with   kliinoy   Itoublo   and   ba..:k-  P p .        ..4--VP.P rP... 4V .. ,.  box������is of the Kldnoy-I.lvor Pills they  j,'uv������p i.iip ittllei*. MI-icip tbon, whinlr.  was about live years ugo, T keep thnm  011 liiviul, una ni;������* them wUouovor L  irA the need of thuiu-"  Dr. '"-In*!!*>���������:"i Klilnej'-r.lvnr T*"II1*������, on**  pill a doiirt, '.!5 e<������nt.i .*��������� box-, nil denl-  er.-i, or l'Mm-in-ion, ltfit(p'i & <'"<>.���������  f^lmlted, Toronto. Hub-HUnte/' will  only iilimiUMiiui. iiuuut on r.riiinitf  what  vou  unit  for.  w  m  si  - *?j  '���������'ism  .)^.^U.^..f.L^l-.-.-p.4-l.!4^.Pvti*^^:,fel^^,4llt'������  ^n*-w>-MMWwi^|iiW^ BEVIEW, "12REST0J*?,    B.  A ���������*-*,  O-  Winnipeg.;���������A special dispatch to  thc Free Press from its' Ottawa correspondent  says:  ''Important and far-reaching recommendations, designed to bring about  the better relations between labor and  capital, and to improve conditions, are  incorporated in the report of the* industrial relations commission, under  Mr. Justice Mathers, who is expected  [.xciiision  ejoicmg  Over  Advent Oi Peace  to submit the findings to thc govern-i ucnlocrat'.  I   P-l V- P- I CI I P- u  Cahtornia       ���������Senator  Them as "Hun of the East"  Washington,  District  of   Columbia.  ���������Speaking before the house immigration    committee,    James    D.    Phclan,  senator   . from    California,  Allied Soldiers Take Part in Celebrations  Copenhagen.���������There was a remarkable spontaneous outbreak of rejoicing when the news that Germany had  ��������� decided to sign the treaty reached  Copenhagen, Many contradictory reports of the proceedings at Weimar  Characterizes kept the people in suspense until just  before seven o'clock Monday night,  when the guns of the British grand  fleet and French warships in the roads  announced    the  Of Japanese  ~x\   mm Xm^mtf^\^mfs% S*m ~������m\  vu 111a.11  I ������^*if^i������-a^*s%^^i������if  \Jmm-f  W  %~m-t &-td~ix-xli%f*d%&vh  E  is reopie  Strike Leaders Remarked  -o  cii,    i������.������i     us    uwu    jr-itscivcv-  thc  time  has  come     when  thc  -ment.  "The   commission   will   recommend j11'  that a conference beheld immediate-iUnitcd   Slalcs   government   must   put  up  the bars against  all Japanese  im-  ly with the provincial authorities,  with a view toward bringing about  the following reforms:  1. An eight-hour days* throughout  Canada.  2. A minimum wage for both male  and female workers.  3. Collective bargaining, as prescribed by thc railway unions.  The commission will further recommend that the Dominion government  take steps, as soon as possible, for  tne formation of industrial councils  on tlie Whitley plan, as adopted in  England. It will urge that provisions  be made for old-age pensions, that a  systcm of unemployment insurance bc  inaugurated, together with insurance  against  sickness  and  disability.  Facing Expulsion  Expelling Unions for Calling Strike  Without Sanction  Denver.���������For participation in thc  general strike in Canada, several hundred members of the Brotherhood of  Locomotive Firemen and Enginemcn  face expulsion from the organization,  according to a discussion on the floor  of the brotherhood's convention here.  Arthur J. Lovcll, vice-president of thc  brotherhood, who returned from Canada, where he was delegated to investigate conditions, said conditions in  Canada at the time of his leaving were  "'terrible,  very  serious."  migration in the future.  Thc California senator urged that  Japan could not reasonably resent  such action by thc United States as  had been taken by thc Tokio government toward  China.  Characterizing the Japanese as the  "hun of the cast," the senator from  California,reiterated his charge that a  Japanese syndicate had attempted to  purchase 800,000 acres of the most fertile land in the San Joaquin Valley in  California, and that the transaction  Avas only halted when he complained  to the state department.  shooting    in .-arffvos  ������   ��������� f i  news. i": \  Trials Over Sedition and Riots Will  Commence Soon  Winnipeg.���������William Ivens, R. B.  Russell, Alderman A. A. Heaps,  George Armstrong, R. E. Bray and  Alderman John Queen, strike leaders  arrested a  week ago, will be  tried in  London.���������President Ebert, Herr  Bauer, and all the executives, have  issued a proclamation to the German  j people, according to a wireless message from Berlin, announcing the conclusion of thc peace and urging as  the lirst pressing need the bending of  the city police court July 3 on charges  the crewf ot the vesseis, both in ��������� of seditious iibc-i and seditious con-  the harbor aHld in the roads, started J.spiracy. They were remanded by  whistles audSsircns going, and climb-   Magistrate     Macdonald     in     special  ed the masls^'chccfing lustily. Previously the ayied warships had been  cleaned for possible action.  Many of theysrean-jen got shore leave  and joined thf^thrdngs in the already  ,    . v*-_..j*  crowded streets, -Singing and cheering. Long processions were formed,  in which numerous flags of the allied  nations were borne aloft. The singing of the Marseillaise and other patriotic songs was to bc heard everywhere. French and British sailors  marched to the national Danish monument commemorating the war of  1864, and- decorated it with flowers.  The populace wildly cheered the  allies, who had won Schleswig again  for Denmark.  When. 6*arkness     fell  the  warships,  were lighted  up     with     incandescent  Cyclone Caused $3,000,000 Damage at j bulbs and    threw    their    searchlights  Fergus Falls '*"-        ��������� over the city.   The Copenhagen news-  Fergus Falls, Minn.���������Slate military ; papers   printed   enthusiastic      articles  i   Germany's  decision   to   si***-!*.     the  IK   uivut;  i  strike court on the request of A. J.  Andrews, prosecutor for the Dominion  government.  W. A. Pritchard, Sam Blumenberg,  Matthew Chariton off, Oscar Schop-  perlei and Moses Almazoff were given  a similar remand.  T. J. Murray, together with R. J.  McMurray, will defend the prisoners  now in Winnipeg. The men held at  Stony Mountain penitentiary will be  defended by M. Hyman. A conference of these three attorneys for the  defence was held, when it was decided not to ask for a remand.  Money For Belgium  ~f m~m  Reparations Committee Sanction Priority  Payment   of $500,000,000  Paris.���������The reparations committee  of thc peace conference has agreed  to priority payment to Belgium of  $500,000,000 from the German indemnities, it was officially announced.  authorities in charge of the tornado-  stricken district of this city had compiled a list of 48 persons who arc  known to have died as a result of the  cyclone. The officers in charge estimated thc total death list at not less  than 60.  Mayor     Frankberg  estimated     that  thc city's final  tornado is not less than $3,000,000  "A careful survey of the city shows  that the* early estimate of a million  and a half loss is too conservative,  and thatxtflie actual loss is at least  $3,000,000," said thc mayor.  "Forty per cent, of the resident  district is in ruins, about the same  portion of the business district has  been demoralized."  treaty.  Madrid.  Permanent Cost Of  Living Board Sees  I-t was with ineffable joy  tnaj���������i received the news of the certain advent of peace," said King Alfonso in his speech from the throne  at the reopening of the cortes. The  king began his address by affirming  ncial loss from Sunday's j the unalterable concord between  .. -i        .)       n.n nnn nnr. Spain and the Vatican, and added:  "Spain's friendship for all nations  is unchanged, except for the fact that  the minister of Pctrograd was withdrawn in consequence of events j  there."  Committee   Report   in   Favor   of   the  Appointment of Permanent  Commission  Ottawa.���������It is probable that the  majority of the cost of living committee  of  the     commons,  which  has j  all' efforts  to  its   fulfillment.  "As far as it is possible to carry it  out," says the proclamation, "the  treaty  must  be  carried  out."  It declares faithful loyalty to those  threatened with separation from the  empire, and promises to intercede in  their behalf, "as we would intercede  for  ourselves."  It concludes by exhorting the people io realize the need of work and  faithfulness to duty for the redemption of the country.  Berlin.���������The streets of Berlin have  been scenes of rioting and plundering. Incited by speeches from agitators in Alexanderplatz, mobs attacked and robbed pedestrians and maltreated isolated soldiers. Troops scut  to Alexanderplatz were fired upon by  crowds in. thc streets and from the  I roofs of buildings. They finally succeeded in clearing the streets. Elsewhere in the city, bands of marauders  robbed shops and attacked citizens,  rifling   their   pockets.  The neighborhood of the Stettin  railway station, the Kochstrassc and  the Barstrasse was notably disorderly.  Street cars were h<_-lu up,.while rioters searched the passengers' pockets  and stole women's rings. Here, aiso,  were  bcaU-i.   and   shois   were  been hearing evidence for some weeks, I fired fron- r������ofs a*'"-1 vvmdows, and ihe  will  report to  the  house -iu  favor  of j soldiers  returned  the  lire.  the appointment of a permanent com- !    mission to be called in all probabil- ���������  ity the Inland Trade Commission. The j  proposal   was   discussed   at  a   special j  meeting of the committee.    G. B. Ni- ��������� May Yet Be Additions to Germany's  War Bill  Paris.���������The  council  has decided  to  cholson,  chairman  of  the  committee,  is  in  favor of the  suggestion.  Aliens  Apply  for  Passports  Ottawa. ��������� Many applications for  passports arc being received from  persons of alien origin in the Dominion by the passport branch of lhe de-  Australia's Method  Will Not Allow Any Arrogant Force  to Usurp Functions of Government of Commonwealth  Melbourne.���������Outlining the political  and  industrial   situation   of  the   commonwealth,    Acting*    Prime    Minister  Watt,   in   a   public   address,   declared  A  plan  is   to   have   three   members   send   two   notes   to  thc   president   of  committee,   the   chairman   to j the German peace delegation at Yer-  receive a salary of $8,000, and the two! saille������*,  one   regarding  the  actions   of  other commissioners $7,000 each. the   Germans   in   Poland,   in   connec  tion with a significant telegram intercepted by the Pole's^ and the other  relative to the sinking of the German  fleet  in  Scapa  Flow.  The allies announce that they will  demand reparation for the sinking of  thc fleet.  Small Cyclone At Empress  Calgary.���������One child killed and several injured is thc  toll of a small cyclone   which   struck   thc   outskirts   of  Empress,    according  to word    which  has just reached the city. The cyclone  picked up a caboose in  which     were  temporarily   residing   the   entire   family.    The caboose, family and all were  carried some distance away to a coulee,  where  thc  caboose  was  smashed  to bits.    The five-year-old child of thc  family was killed when a keg of nails  fell on  his head.    Others of the  family   were   injured.     Several   buildings  en thc outskirts of the town were demolished,    but  there  were     no  other  casualties.  .i  partment  of extend affairs.    Thc  ap  plicants include not only enemy aliens t*lat tnc government will stand for the  to whom passports arc refused, but  men from countries friendly to, or  which have been fighting with the al  lies during the war. in the case of  such latter classes, passports arc  granted only if they have been naturalized in the Dominion. Those who  arc not aluraliz'ed arc referred to their  particular consular agent. A (Treat  many applications are being received  from Italians, Armenians, Macedonians, Poles, Ukrainians, and natives of  various  parts  of  Austria.  Turks Assault Greeks  Admiral Responsible For Sinking Of  Ships  London. ��������� Reuters learns that thc  authorities are communicating with  Paris regarding action to bc taken  against Admiral Yon Rcuter, who  with thc officers and men of the German fleet is interned. It is confirmed  that thc Admiralty has learned that  the scuttling of the fleet was entirely  the work of the German admiral, and  was 'not carried ont as a result of  instructions  from  Berlin.  Shipload of Aliens Going From U.S.  Charleston, S.C���������The transport.  . Martha Washington was lying in thc  harbor here with about 2,000 Germans aboard, prepared to sail for Rotterdam soon, the exact time of departure depending on the arrival of 267  more from Fort Douglas, Arizona.  Her passenger"-* include fiifiny aliens  ..    ..   .,  i     :.,   ..ii   .-....(,-      r-r  .1,...   f..'.i,..i  States and  intrrnrd for the period  of  war.  War Board  Rules for  U.S.  Wheat  New York.���������Julius Barnes, United  States wheat director, made public a  proclamation by President Wilson  granting him full authority to regulate by license thc exportation and  importation of wheat and wheat flour  for the purpose of stabilizing prices.  Mr. Barnes said that the regulations  he would put into effect were similar  to those which have been enforced  hy the war trade hoard, whieh heretofore has exercised the functions delegated  to him.  settlement of labor disputes by law  and order under all circumstances rather than by the use of brute force.  "The people have expressed their  will by the laws of the country," he  added, "and they will not allow any  force, however arrogant or powerful,  lo usurp the functions of thc government or to challenge thc forces of  thc government."  After reviewing the break which  occurred in the labor party ovcr the  first conscription issue, and the resultant union of the forces of the Nation Labor party, led by William  Hughes, the present premier, and the  morc numerous Liberal party, Mr.  Watt said:  "Thc. only safety for the country  rests in the reaffirmation of this  union, so that the two may bc a  national parly in fact as well as in  name."  Strong Forces Driving Them Back in  Asia Minor  Paris.���������The situation in Asia Minor  is serious, according to official dispatches received by Renter's limited  bureau here. These advices stated  that the Turkish forces outnumber the  Greeks four to one and threaten to  drive them entirely out of Asia Minor."   The  Greek forces are reported  Fourteen Years After  Prince Rupert.���������It is reported here  that Simon Gun-a-noot, noted Indian  renegade, wanted on a murder charge,  and who has been in hiding near the  heavv waters of thc Skeena River for  to be retreating before the Turks, wiio   the  last   14  years,   has   given   himself  are  supplied  with  good  artillery  .md; up to Constable M. Kelly, of ihe pro-  plenty of ammunition.  Expect Coal to Be High  Detroit, Mich.���������Coal at $20 a ton is  a very definite prospect for consumers  in this district next winter, is thc belief of wholesalers and retailers in  close touch with thc market. So serious   is   thc   menace   of   shortage   in \  vincial  police  at   Hazclton.  "Black   Watch"*���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  Germany Facing Railroad Strike  Berlin.���������Germany is faced by a nation-wide   railroad   strike   for   higher   v...- a*   c.,...i:i i..i\r...    i>....i:.,  *PPP **>*-"-** *   .  i- P_������  l_r ������    . ������ l ������. S. 4T.I. Lll^l.| X-4X.X  ,41 I ,  service has been stopped in both directions. The Pierian service has  been  badly  interrupted.  Thc government ir. negotiating in  an endeavor to halt the strikes, which  are largely the outcome of commu-  niiit propaganda.  Army of 400,000 for U.S.  Washington.��������� Without a vole, the  senate adopted . committee amendments to the army appropriation providing for an army of 400,000 men for  the year beginning July 1.  The bill as passed by the house,  provides for an army of 300,000 and  Secretary Baker had recommended  that the total bc placed at 500,000  officers and men.  thc market: of both domestic aud '  commercial fuel that it has brought  forth action by the hoard of commerce, which body, at a special meeting, urged every householder and industrial plant to at once order their  next winter's supply.  Poincare Going to Brussels  Brussels.���������The date oi the vi.*.it of  President Poincare of France to Brussels has been fixed for July Jl, which  is Belgium's national fete day. He  will bc accompanied by Marshals  JoiTre, Foch and Fc'.iin, all oi whp.'i.  will attend a review of the Belgian  army   on   July   22.  thc  Hold on to Kaifier, Dutch Warned  r"rpr\*.4l4irvr������t,  ..    .  t*lp*     ������f"? * ���������ri-. r. ..     rstX^l-^r.  association has telegraphed the Dutch  government, warning it not to deliver  the loiiucr kaiser io uic *RtHc������ s-i  trial, it was reported in -dispatches  received herr. "We can prole.-1 the  jni'Ufil I'miii iiie i .in.nil.mi ii.iiii.ii y i katM.-i' wnii- 'M'* boca::., hut v.c :c>  l,li. lis /OU ion:, 1,1 iin/.ui Ush lo. di*..- [upon llic f;< IU 1 ������.,.*> i I y ui iil������- Dutch ���������ii.'.>-  frihn'ir.i'    ;illi..Vi!'   "he   -i.ir.i-   nf   1  f.n.tr.lt   I iv*!.'"'   ill.-   in    ''��������� .11 rhl������l< d.  Fish   for   London   Poor  1 .union.- -Thr   Salvation   Army  lias  Cattle Embargo is Still On  Loudon.���������Replying to a deputation  urging thc removal of the embargo on  the importation of Canadian Blocker  cattle, thc president: of thc board of  agriculture admitted no ground for  the embargo ou account of disease,  for thc Canadian herd;; were thc healthiest in thc world, but if the board  obtained thc power of admission thcy  iiiu-mL itf.'iiu from using It ovvin;j; to  th������- pr������*srnl l.ihoi   difficult ir-.  Mobs Attack Hamburg Factories  Copenhagen.���������Serious rioting occurred at Hamburg, when mobs attacked food preserving factories, it  being alleged that the bodies of dogs  and cats had, been found in them. The  managers were dragged to the ftreets  and roughly handled. The war provi-j  sion department was also attacked j  and it^ oifices >.���������������������'������������������������- wn-ikiJ, The I  mob tried to disarm troops marching'  through the. streets, and the latter!  opened fire, a number of persons be  ing  killed   and  wounded.  Demobilization of French  Paris.��������� It is it-rui-lcd the French  army demobilization will he carried  out with all possible- speed, and that  the classes oi iVi'7, l-nc. ..mi 19'I'.' >s'r������>  be mustered out thc day after the  treaty  is  signed,  l"..":f...tp':V IfV*.';  Invited to Moone Jaw  Moose Jaw.���������The council passed a  resolution which will be presented by  local delegates at the union of Saskat-  -i.r. :..:.,-.i;.:,.. ���������  ,-��������� ���������,,.:,���������    ;���������  viting   the.   convention   to   meet  next year.  imrlfYtmf%dg^^ri jm-mtfufiW^^  _  Stoves ancS  Ranges  x-~~*&-mm-.  h  e r c  W.  M.  U.  1270  Aviator-; Decorat-**.-!  London.-���������It is 'inn.>unr-'d that  Kinc*  <..!������������  II    (',(.- il.1,'4 .     I   I I   I   I   .      I     I    1     <   I 4.1 I    'I    I   U     I >   I   1  Knight <n  tin   !' i '..'������������������ ������������������>   ' ��������� -���������-, -> ���������   - ;-  .���������' ���������.'���������  <'apl-iiii   Ali-i.' !.   . ���������:���������'   !  ���������' !'���������.-��������� m.  " MARATHON"  "LEADER"  "ARGUS"  <i hrtvai ���������'  "CHiErTAifr  ^^0r  Or<> or* i.notlirr of <)���������,<*������������������������ nirHicU *n-ill n*l' yonjr  tame iii.il nt *>our uiiiirrr.    ccouine iroublrs ar*  ui.k:>(pMi vlinc i">uvliiM*.n"*i i.iin-'-i an* iivpI.  lCrr'.'f :.i* ,i. f  ,';,:i,i..li./: cr-.t  i-cmr rf  *.'.,<<-  in ���������< :,r lc* alilv ul.rrt tt t!it ,-tity tr.rr: Ir -mt.  Hit; i\>.~~. u-Ziii~~\i irlij*. Cu. iiiaibu  i.i*-::*���������;��������� c :��������� * V* ik-M,iili.'ii'.������ ������ I -i������������������������������������������t>.���������.*   i 4 >  j"***-f*ipWBrflK*W'"'i"fi"***IP  "V  xrmvimjmmnmmxmmimx^ ,v.  ������'*������*i4Mp������P!.4.pp������r.T**r*!*"*^^  "^'���������^llMp^*!**J-v  vnLm*,iv^f.LSi  "i^Ail*',.'..'"^'^ **r^mrnmmitm*0*  'j~~mmiimmmimmmmm~  ���������jw^-yjww*--!*" .wywfcii.  St^j-Mt---',^^  ul^S-!0^0r^0x\0m.^mii0r0X. lWpMr.w.uWiWfyill MftWIBMfc.JHir'fcJHWiMlMirtlllMM  mmm  i*m*y*mrwm  :;.������i,mX'kaftct.������S.rjtii  .UrpiiiM ml .1 IWi .J'I4|4.|| W..4WI.W  .WI4.I4.ip.iiiW  uumtm  Jmm^kmSmmm-^mmm^������mS ~-^is~mvmt~0~m~i.  "H...  j-**jJ55jjj*jj[**jj4j.  mmm00ii0i~^������������������.  mmW--*-m1-  XHE  CRESTOH  BEVIEW  T  ������  HE CBE8T0N REVIEW  necessitate their return  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C'  Siibsci-ipfcion : S2 a yeiiv in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. points.  (*. F. Hayks, Editor and Ownei"  to the Valley they can   rest   assured   that a  royal   welcome     baok  will  oiiraif*.   *r*liA-ryi-  tt' 0t  t.\)X-*     UUVllli  URESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 11  Oi  SS*������.  many of the stories of the modiste's  creations at 15he hospital ball. In  her fig leaf oosume mother Eve  might well have been amongst  those pretent unashamed and unabashed.  Now thai school vacation period  is with us and bringing as it does  to more than a few the necessity of  taking a day off occasionally for  outings of one sort another, it will  not be amiss to   remind    of the ne-  nf������oc" f-.tr- -Fn-n o-vr.ar'/-.iciiinp     t-.lio  rrrexFt test  caution in the building and putting  out of picnic and camp fires, and  - the exercise of the same sort of vigilance in disposing of lighted matches and cigar and cigarette stubs  while abroad in the woods.  ' Carelessness in this respect besides being wasteful of one of the  province's most valuable assets is  also liable to get one into serious  trouble. A few days ago Geo.  Carriage of Waldo was convicted  before the magistrate at that centre  and fined $50 and costs for causing  a bush fire due to having thoughtlessly dropped astill-b;urning cigarette butt.  Judging by the forestry branch  reports in the past there lias been  a tremendous loss through fires  caused by dropping lighted cigar  ettes and matches, and leaving  camp fires burning. Last year in  the Cranbrook forestry district of  the total tires reported it is stated  that almost 30 per cent, of them  were traceable to some one of these  causes alone.  Word has gone out from the  Cranbrook office that this year a  determined effort will be made to  prevent fires of this sort, prosecution to be launched wherever any  likely looking evidence can be obtained against persons suspected of  itinocently or otherwibe starting  forest blazes. In this latter connection it may be news to some  that under the Forest Act it is up  to those accused to prove their innocence, rather than for tlie prosecution to establish guilt.  The fashion set during the war  for "drives" of all sorts, to gather in  funds for patriotic effort is to have  one final and grand chance t6 prove  its usefulness. Announcement is  made that five of the foremost of  the Protestant churches are going  to resort to this method to secure  funds to carry on a   hie:   "forward  Cieries  Most any and every year, the expels tell the Gazette, irrigation would be worth not less than  an additional $70 per acre to the  Grand Forks valley, which is de  voted in some part to the growing  of grain crops. Tne Grand Forks  district has been almost as dry as  the Sahara this season, and already  rXvr.    T.4, .7 r.\v ���������     rx     '   J      t .. ��������� "ZlH rxr. .x7 Z -.-.     U .-.  -.-~_  been heir too   since   the   armistice  was signed, the^federai solone have  had no time   for,   irfants.   left. on  their dooretep by erring provincial  parents.    S,. F. Green has been doing what he could   in   the matter  but appears to have been met with  the usual,    Call   again,  this is my  busy day, when attempting   to pin  thef responsible   minister   down to  something in this all important undertaking.  tn  movement.      as     cue  christened the undertaking.  As yet the objective has not been  definitely set, but at this distance  it wonld look safe to place it at  aboue $16,000,000, all of which is to  be gathered in before the Christmas shopping season happens along  again. The Anglicans have announced their desire to round up $2,-  500,000, while the Methodists have  given out that nothing short of  $5,500,000 will give them sufficient to pay in. full tlie amounls desired for the several departments"of  effort the larger amount is so sssen-  tial.  u  ��������� In the Okanagan the first-crop of alfalfa has been cut, and it is a fairly  heavy one.  Construction work has   started   on  the government to get busy at once  -s,  ranciiers and businessmen have      -juii-siri-uwii" w������>-rp. "���������������>   aw���������-���������,������=������  *,*  ���������,. .��������� ,.       ������       ,     -.'Zs,        ...rx-. rxxx   the eon nectin st link of the Kaslo-Ains-  got togetner tor   united?, action on    -    ^        ,    "  worth road.  Janitors come cheap at Grand Forks  The caretaker of the city hall draws  $15 a month.  - For the middle week in June the  Trail smelter handled less than 400Q  tons of ore. The usual weekly receipts  are generally 7000 tons.  on a some-time-a&o surveyed irrigation ditch. Swfiet are the uses of  adversity���������-in Graft-id Forks.  Tlie   Presbyterians,  At their provincial,.convention in  Toronto a few weeks ago the Ontario Liberals re-wrote their policy  on the liquor question as being in  favor O-f progressive temperance.  The phrase sounds familiar. In 1896  we had the late Sir Wilfrid Laur  ier's tariff for revenue only, and in  1911 Sir Robt. Borden had a similar  DAIRY AND FRUIT RAJJCH FOR SALE    JOpj.iv    JVitiv      fi.iii.1  dairy ranch. 23 acres; 12 acres bearing orchard, 4 acres alfalfa, balance in  Easture. 5 head Jersey cattle, work  brse, pigs, chickens, and, up-to date  equipment. Purchaser to take, everything except household effects. $4000  will handle. Terms arranged on balance,    JAS. COOK, Creston.  ROBT, LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   ��������� REAL ESTATE  OEALER IN GOAL  CRESTON  -  -  s.c  REGISTERED  MM    *>      **���������   ^mwg^w  mmmmmZm       S   ' *}m-mm^ mS^S*9   ASV BBB-W  FCR SERVICE  St. Ouen's Count Cicero 710  W. V. JACKSON,   CRESTON  shout for adequate protection.    All  who   have three are more or less beautifully in-  riever been bashtul in   setting up a definite, but the latter two won Do-  high   standard   for   their   annual  ���������orominently in the   campaign that  gave Canada two new premiers.  And signs are not wanting that  when the time comes history may  x-epeat itself in the banner province  budget, can be relied upon to get  after an amount equal to the Methodists, and it would be unkind to  saggest that the Baptists and Con ���������  gregationaiists   would   be any less  ntia   q a  - - - ������4^r    X0xj  Loss Q������������d Qitiz&Sx.  Deer Lodge, or the Huscroft  school section as it is probably better  known, loses some good citizens in  the departure on Saturday of Mr.  and Mrs. I). G. Lyon for Spokane,  where they anticipate making their  future home.  Besides being a good citizen in  r-vi-i-y t-A-.i.M"-- of the U'.YxW mention is  "-.pe.-ially due Mr. Lyon for the  hard work he hr.*- dune in c.onnec-  : ion wiih school matters in that  As     .secretarv-t reasnrer  dis:* :\(:'.  most, of tlii-    work    devolving upon  ���������lie hoard ha."*;   boeri    taken   care of  ny     himself    in    very    Viuminesslike  fashi-rii. .ind .-inee    the department  j,,.-,c L-c-f... tjt to'.-nr.   t.he    salaries    ini  .t .*-.*-. i-i i-d -eli'iols:   Mir-h    av th<-     ITuk-���������  i.Tol't, loo-ality    bo.-.fct.H    down    to    a j  ni'ittcr- r.\' S,~A\    n      month,      ill  times;'  like t,h.'N<! it, is    not,    hard  11 ��������� r-.ali/,'-  t Iiat, thf: leaeh'-r problem   .do-it; lias  i,ecu not alto-j-et.lifr a. ph-a-Saiit task  to grappli- with. ���������***-.  .Iiifpt, how well it has   been hand-  i     i    i             :......;.i..... I,.      ;,,   . ,,��������� ...,  il'ormly    "uf:e<-ssftd       and  t.  *���������,<*, I I OO I      III I Ml   I   I'.-p-pl-.-i I   '���������    ���������    . l.r..,-,..     ......  Iiafl in spite of the   paltry salary--  said    linanf-iiil     dHir-i'-nf-y    having  been nvi'i'fMiiin'    iIiiohkIi t,h<- initiative of Mr.  Lyon in getting the residents   I.O  Illilke     gooi J    tlie  <'e.;re;tSe<l  ii i (letii i    ' i,y    <������������������ >-t >-.>������������������ i ..! . . ��������� .,.*...:,  tlOllS    I.O     I,IM'     Sl.IlOi.l      .,1 e.L-,1 I I   ,     'HI.  i.i..  ..! .  t ;..--.. i *,. ���������������������������   ��������� i. * i. ���������  than  50 per cent, as   anibiti  the historic Church of England.  Coming at a   time   when it wa  thought that a definite move would  D3 being made toward'close co-operation, if not   actual   church union,  the rustle   for   contributions   that  will average about $2 a head of the  Canadian population regardless of  creed, color or   nationality, will be  awaited with interest.   If at a time  like this religious partizanship is so  strongly developed  that   members  and adherents of these   denominations are willing to contribute the  totals   expected   then   all   hope   of  union or co-operation may as well  be abandoned, temporarily at least.  While not so  intended   it would  .seem to us that this   so-called ''forward" movement  will   furnish the  layman   with   the   most   effective  means to express    his   approval or  otherwise of the   present   wasteful  situation in every direction in Canada's church life. If the $16,000,000  is raised what   more   tangible evidence could be given that folks are  satisfied with   the   present state of  affairs theological.    Should the ob  jective not be   obtained    surely thc  verdict must be   recorded as one of  want of confidence in  the Domini-  uti's religions administration.  In  federal  affairs    a    showdown  can always; be forced upon   tho ruling party by refusing to   vote supply.   If similar taccics wore adopted  in the. forthcoming drive, while we  are not   bold    enough    to    think it  would bring about    thc   necessary  remedial    legislation    immediately,  jilii* nop.-, might,   be.    expressed that  j tlio (hiy of  deliverance   from ovor-  j lapping    and      over-manning    tho  '��������� ������������������.������������������,'��������� ny fi.''!d.--Oi dun-Hi afiMvity would  i be brought measurably nearer.  of the east.  In a readable but none-too-well  reasoned article aiming   to combat  Ths BrSViEV/'s  "Pity Cranbrook"  editorial, among   other   things the  Herald*    informs   that   Cranbrook  does not need to be pitied; business  never was   better;   God's   sun and  kindness is  shining   every day in  the    year    upon    the     just    and  the unjust, and larger crowds than  ever assemlbe every  Sunday in the  churches to give thanks to the Almighty for His goodness,   for His  mercy endureth forever." Let's see;  about the  time   Lot's   wife looked  back upon Sodom   and   Gombrrah  with such disastrous   consequences  those were the most prosperous cities  of   the plains.    But   look what  happened them. Let Cranbrook beware.  Now the house is closed at Ottawa it is confidently expected some  word may be shortly coming along  as to wliere the Kootenay Flats Reclamation project is at. The B. C.  legislature made the Dom.iv.ion an  attractive offer io proceed with thc  necessary investigation to determine whether drain a-*���������;���������*> is feasible  or not, but between tariff troubles,  handling sympathetic strikes and  other ills Union    government   has  Is there any  Meat in  the  Hou$e?  1 ii pa: i ,o   ie  -v.ird tin- i-.������iuiiini.i!.y   . in*  Lyon  was always t,h'-i*e.     both  .���������'i'l  ..I'-!'*'  ���������>"   ���������-.���������ll   j.     his ..i-i..-  III    1 I ie- ,e   *; r 1.1111 -    llll'-*'   ol    e| ii le'i V ���������  I ,','��������� ,11        '-'.'. I''. <������������������ ��������� i ' :��������� | L     ' ' '       'lie  ...        .     . .    , ,,,  \ \    I | I le    . I I I      .MM | ��������� 'lit     ��������� .   . i  i i ���������   - .  ' i. e     '..i   ���������*. i- 11. i. i'   ' 11.' 11.  ���������" ���������.'.   i: 4  liew     l.r.   ,1 I   I. ,1 I,       . I I i M I i i I      i "I I  i    llll.  popular    Wise -A.ttd Otheo'-visc  Th'-    old     maxim      about    wliej-e  t, tn-)������������������<��������� .in-two   I-a 111< h    there is room  f   .    ���������. !  ; ���������!��������� ;������������������    'f    le-    Cdlilled    in  4  f 're-,i.oii'-.-, f..i'i<\  Mr.  Stringer, a bur  ri.t'-t' who    praet isi-d    nl. Alhahner  t...���������',,,-..    i/.-.Hllr*   OVe.-e,|l,      HI llllll,    llll-  I  '.HI i'i-     I | i;i I.   lie   in    opening   up  Ill-re  IOI' the     |>| ;iet,iee ol    law      Wllill'i   tile  \.'.-l-i-\'.r,.  '"'hii*. tr, the flrnl; qnon-  I ion that presents itself  to lhe housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a, meal. Hut why  worry ?  or  j, n.A,~7 J  P^IIUIIll UXUat-PV   4X-.A ���������...vr.  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  <r*      i      iff  <~Qi-4,C%*   M-~i-'-*t  Lunch Meat  Bologna. $-c*  I'e  It ���������',   M I  '.-/It ll  -���������hi!'-  lie* I.   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("ID        E fill  U0   UU.,   LIU.  you are  *^.  tats  -mdnx^xT  HM.'V.'vf  &<0  ll  ^xTm.Xmm  m  "bTh H"B"S[4J  1-aT-ra.sa  .<S?70- ~mr  -r���������J  We have just  unloaded a  car  of these at Oreston  r*  la-din a  a a sx,  udilffOn  bu*f  L.UIUU6I  uuillpiliiy  LIIV1ITED  Men's and Ladles'  SPRING and SUMMER  MEN'S in PENMAN'S  Spring needle in Shirts and Drawers, all .sizes  Spring needle Comnination  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt .ami Drawers���������all .sizes  LADIES' is- WATSON'S  JLmJJL    ~0%~-~0~~r Jtk Mmm-t~*-m~*f ~-.*m\00% V    W      -**>    mm    wb    m-mm*    otw    mm     m       m-mmm-  Vosi".  und  Copibinnlions in   .short nnd sleevel(\ss  styles, in white and pink  (Combination Suits in several iStyles, in light and  medium weights, from (JOe. to i^"2y2i, ,\, suit  Ci4ompto&i9s -a la Grace Corsets  in the newest styles  H HI r"Ti������w% ��������� 11M |  H W U Shu/ W    \mrnZ \~*~m u im W m m   -���������������.������.- p*^^-    -n^ w  I   k **r������ if P V\  ta  IumS  -���������"���������j","** i ttJ-iiVsi  Sit  I  1  ���������Ii  An  1  ^1H  I -  zwM  B  '���������IfJSBISB  |  /    7JWW  l  ti^^^^B  I  UM  mH^*X'*4mMtA^i  i-.smt~ii%AtmA>tyiu~m-  ��������� -MttMM sturm* tf0>-dt~~fmrvi������%. f a  i~*mm^>^^m)~\  Hit^k^mimm*mimitm^if^^iifttt  0*-%%,^ ^mmsmmmmmt-mmm^mm. wrj^ma-wi-Mr  ife^^ -������!#������������w^^  mmmm^mimm^^sm  hm~*m~mmimmmm TH������:'.:.CltESTO.N  ESsVIHW  yZ,Zi7ZZ*3S5g*-^mJS5g^2   GUARD ��������� AGAINST FIRE,  .g,3sr*-p.yt-*j*B������-*-g^^  NECESSITY may sometime compel you to surrender your investment in War Savings  Stamps, but should this happen you get all your  money back, with a good rate of interest in addition  for the time in which you have lent it to the  Government. ������������������  Sixteen 25������cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 "War Savings  Stamp  worth  $5.00  in   1924.  *  HA'-raONAJfj  WAli-.  SAVINGS   COSSSaXXTSii.''���������  (British Columbia Division)  Vancouver, B. C.  ^S^UV-SJ-Sm^SiXm-liV^^r1.  One Reason Why.  Kiniberley is to have a moving pic-  lure theatre. It will be operated by a  Delco electric liffht plant.  Spepils ������f  -m-m.1 &-,&  it-lifjm.        K-JPB  A-mentfiiiaiiis  V  Minimum   price   of   first-class   land  6uUC*3d   to   $5  -  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements en respective  claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of, $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  *300 per .annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as for-  *- felture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. <���������_,  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with,his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  UnsurVeyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may bo leased as homes'tes;  title to bo obtained after fulfillinir residential and Improvement conditions.  For grassing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding C10 acres may bo  leased by one pen-on or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of tatumpago.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS'       FREE      GRANTS  ACT.  The wi-iopo of this Act is enlarged to  include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty1.- Forces. Tho  time within which the heirs or devisees  cf a deceased pro-omptor may apply  for title under t li It- Art Ih evtended  from for one yenr from tho do.ith of  such person, as formerly, until ono  yenr nftor tho cnncltislmi of the present  war. This privilege is also mado retroactive. w  No fnon ri-plntlnnr to nr������-*.-.->.v,.*,���������inn'rinv..  due   or   paynblo   by   'fold I ers' on "preemptions recorded after Juno 20. 1018  Taxes  lire remitted  for  five years  Provision for return of moneys 'ao-  eiucd, duo and boon paid sliu-o August  4, mil, on account or. payment,*-, lee*)  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions  Interest  on  agreements to pni-.-'hiisc  ViYrV��������� ���������*���������������������������"���������' !oL; I--1** ���������-*��������� "������������������"������������������������������������*-������������������*��������� *>[  Allied Forces, or dependents, ac.juired  direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to Mat-cli .Jl. JU20.  9UD-PURCHA8ERS   OP   CROWN  LANDS.  lrovislou iuut'iu lor j.*iiiuiince ol  Own grim hi to Kub-pureluiMei-i of  Crown I .and!-, no'iulrliu*; rights from  inirchiisiti-i- who failed to complete  pui-chiiM.'', Involving forfeiture, <>u ful-  iMUneiil of conditions or purcliune,  ln-  eru do not claim whole of original par-  p-.el, purchiu.pl pliv.: ilu.. am) t.ixiv, m,,\  be dlatrlbliti'.d pi'npnrl Innately nvf'r  wholo area. Applications niin.t 1...  made by May 1, t.i-'O.  ORAZINO.  Orn-Jlng   ,\et,    I'M!*,    for     ..yiitomrit [,-  it ..,'r.ti^.i........   i.d   ll......������ ......   i..,,... ,      .   ..  VlikMi   lor   Kl'llSllllg   .ll.-;||-|<-t:.   uii<|'*;.Ii'ijf,.  u.U..li.1: ,,..,l,,..     ni.,!,.'     ;��������� I.,..,.,.���������..  Annual   -jruvilng   permits   i;i.-in..t   1,,i..,m1  0:1, nnin'i'T:. nuir.' '!.  i'i'!��������� ntv  '',..��������� , ..t.u,  i,"" " ,    ;��������� ' ',- ���������;' -4. ... . ..     ......v  tin iii   a. .,4.. ...;;,,.,,,   ;',,;   ;..,.,,,    ,, ,(;<  H4.*iil. l''r>������.-. or - p.t. v 1 lit II *. li..- |..-'i.,'(.r  fur iwiiii'iii, .uiul ..-I ip ... ii.iki-iii -i ��������� -n.  In Uiii  lieud.  Rr*^-rl rtf Trade  iff s5"! 8    S 1  July Session  The big Gran by store at Phoenix is  closed and the stock shipped to Anyox.  Postmastsr Kane of Kaslo has produced a fine crop of mushrooms in his,  cellar already this season.  The concentrator at Kaslo is now  running an eight-hour shift. Hitherto  ten hours was a day's work.  Cranbrook now has three garages.  The latest to open in this line is Frank  Dezall, the city's leading   blacksmith.  With feed costing $.50 and $60 a ton  Trail dairymen say it is out of the  question to reduce the   price of   milk.  In the Okanagan they have no kick  onTthe price of ice.     The frozen goods  cost a cent a pound delivered in   Vernon.  Yahk is becoming   up-to-date.    The  j provincial  government   is calling for  t.Miders for the   erection   of a   lockup  there.  D. St. Denis seems in a fair way to  be one of the most uppopular men in  Nelson. lie collects rent on eighty  houses.  The Phoenix brewery is reported so  well fixed for business that it cannot  gel enough bottles to ship all the beer  tin order.  Greenwood bas seventeen candidates  for lhe Entrance examination this  year���������the biggest class in the history  of the town.  ' For its year recently closed the  Crows Nest Pars Coal Co. nt Fernie  produced 081,0-12 tons of coal and 183,-  771 tons of coke.  The Herald says there is more new  building and more extensive repairs  at Cranbrook this year than for several seiiHons back.  Penticton is to have a co-operative  Htore, and an effort will be made to  sell $l'',~H'0 of shai-cH iu it to gel, tin-  working capital.  Kootenay Fiats *rleclamation. Since  March, when the B.C. legislature put-  through the resolution asking the Bo-  minioxi authorities to ttvke. over the  survey finish-up work on terms agreeable to both Victoria and Ottawa  practically nothing could be learned  as to just where Reclamation was at.  With the end of the session at Ottawa  it has now been discovered that the  federal minister of the interior has the  department officials looking   into the  Sixteen members were in evidence  at the July meeting of Creston Board  of Trade on Tuesday night, ever  whose deliberations President Constable presided, with considerable business of importance dealt with. For  the first time in many months there  v,'ks no correspondence to deal with,  and no accounts to pass upon. Another new member was elected in C.  W. Allan, manager of the newlyopen-  ed branch of the Imperial Bank.  The most important standing committee report was that   dealing with.U*he on\v   man   wh0 can  discuss  the  question. They are at present busy ascertaining just where drainage is at  both in B.C. and Idaho and when they  gp-jfcfully acquainted with the situation  so far as it has developed the hoard is  assured that there will be a- conference  on the engineering features so far as  they are completed so as to know just  about what remains to be dorfe and  where to determine the feasibility or  otherwise of the project.  In view of Reclamation development the board decided to wire the  authorities at Ottawa that in case a  conference of engineers is held a point  must be made to have Col. Muerling  present. He is the engineer who made  the original survey and  is therefore  auto road and means that tourist traffic coming into B.C from the south  will be routed via Porthiil. The board  will impress upon the' minister of  works that ir. yiew of the route the  Idaho road will take it is imperative  that a connecting road to bring this  tourist traffic into Creston and thence  either east or west must be got busy  on immediately. The- suggestion will  made that possibly the old K.V, roadbed might be utilized.  A resolution expressing the board's  appreciation of good work done for  the Valley's speedy development by  the Canyon City Lumber Co. in disposing of the unsold portion of Block  812 passed unanimously, and was suitably acknowledged by C O. Rodgers-.  Fall  ~rm~\  D    D  nnupniM  lu order lo const-rye moisture lo tlio best adv.uilagi- land  must be fall ploughed, ami Ihe  deeper the better. This work  cannot be attended to too soon  either.  Commencing July If-th 1 will  be prepared to Ulldei Ink* tiie  ploughing of small or l.uue  tracts with the new Cleveland  tractor.  Tie.. I'ni'rnw     plomrh. All  work done in Ihe order it it'  .looked. Clu..r-j-.,*M made known  on application.  With the Valley getting  well into the strawberry season, and cherries also with us,  it is certainly time to be thinking about the coming twelve  months' supply of preserved  and canned goods.  This week we wish to direct  special attention to our stock  of Sealers, Tops, Rubber  Rings, etc., which every household will be needing in sonic  quantity. This year we are  handling���������  Perfect Sealers  Pints and Quarts  Gem Sealers  Pints,   Quarts,   Half-Gallons  Economy and  Schram Tops  Parowax  tft>  i ���������*      ���������*****���������������  *vufofoe:r Kings  Wc 1im.v(Vjust, opened a large  new stock in all these lines,  and t'.'.oi supply your every  need, but at that we suggest  early buying as it is more than  likely that it will be hard to  seciiao the.se .same linns later  on in the season.  Our prices are n^liL- Yuu  know those liness too well lo  require any telling as lo tin '  superiority.  matter intelligently from  the Canadian side.    Hon.   Arthur   Meighen, in  whose department lleelamatioii effort  corses, is expected to   visit   Souther-a  Alberta, early next   month,   and if he  does the   Board   has   invited him to  come on to Creston   and. look the flats  over. In case he accepts it is likely another reclamation   conference similar  to that of 1817 will be held   here, with  delegates from Idaho   and Victoria in  attendance as well.  Although   Engineer   Biker was to  have been here in June to finish up the  Arrow   Creek    irrigation   survey   no  word is yet to hand as to his   coming,  and the matter will be   taken up with  the water rights  branch.   The prairie  fruit   markets    commissioner  will be  communicated with  to   get a line on  the delegation   of   English   fruit merchants who   are to visit the B.C. fruit  districts this fall, so as to get in touch  and make sure Creston is   included in  their itinerary .The deputy minister of  agriculture writes that as soon as some  of the horticulturists   who went overseas are back the matter of stiitioiting  one of them here,   permanently will be J  taken up, along   with   the   matter of  giving him an  experimental plot of a  few acres to develop.  "*^  Nelson business men, who -sometime ago expressed a desire to yisit  Creston to see both the Valley us well  ns to look into the Kootenay Flatt  area, are to be invited to make the  trip fall fair, day, when the board pre-  poses to entertain them in its usual  syle. Vice-president Bevan who was  at Bonners Ferry last. weel(, told of  road making plans inuugnerti-d by the  state of Idaho which include a north  and Honth road, which i--> miipped u>  extend to Porthiil.  This is a lirst-cluss  -������ JS  B  tx.  B  m   -v  ������'\J������V-~J{  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  number  onl}*   a  to   be  limited  had,   .so  first-  first ordered will ue  delivered.  With Starter and Lighting  $790.09  Without Starter and Liehtinsi  $690.00  f.o.b. FORD, Ont.  1  can   get.  Rememember you  the Ford with or without  the Starter.  Creston Auto & Supply  (I.S.Bevan    COMPANY       Manager  r  *i*T~~*M-md*'mm\->s  pptO-aiR 1K-..-S.S  AND  JL    xM-.m-Xx-r-'  m~j- ~-.-m-jj^~0d~..mv-Z~.       J.  "i^J-  N _!��������� J?  fZU O WTT-f  **4._*J 0-y. t..  p*.^--  r  S A W������  tm     M p."      Xr-0* ..      ~.     \. M 04        M M   M M     M  "X^f U    tt    M IM      V-tV   fed fcfll-a Ijsgjfl I*   fen s,������3������.  Porovei fiTty years The Canadian  Batik of Commerce has been serving1  the people of Canada in increasingly large measure, until at the pre-  kpiiI i line we, l*m.ve over "170 branches  cateri n g to 1 he needs of 1 he. Con ntry.  TTJrrr r> A > t a r\i a tv t tn a iv TTv**"  n  i^  /*\P --**"'*l/**xv W /���������"!������������������ .���������**f*^*J*l"r->s /**-***������������������ T"**-  ������      ������H<       m        ������       tilt   fa It  fBt ..    0   i0 S {..,  .-tL^1Jt~~-~mmmtmilr l-WA  SJItdSlt.k~l.m  W, V. iJelCiiSwi  ���������)   m   tM-^m-W   Iti*,   *H  tJtt.pMUl!  ~���������^������, t* w * ������ ������ -*  m p.  UE 4-1 t  it* OiolikiSi..  Creston Branch.. C G. Bennett.. M  0,.-~  'S'S I'* ������*���������(._*��������� V  wimmmm'muMt  *1'"*W*iigWWI*^^  '���������A---A.;?A'r,v;;,T.^  ixsmim,timmiL*iimm0T0x'*iimvnmmrxy,mm^mMiim4mxmiiii  '^z^zz^ziw^zz;zzzzzzzzzz  'maiiriNfuvmwi^Kmwnjirvmimmimiumm  mmmiitmttmiu^^mmr^^iT^:-:--.. r^^i^^mmim^i.  ���������fat!*" ^HS     BEVIEW.     CRESTON,     B.     a  Wonderful Sirene-th  J?~m   W,         - jrxnlr-   V1-i������nnoi>hC  cry  -\4rrxwt ������s jy h.  J Everyone     Talking     About     the  Cures    Made    By   Dr.  Hamilton's Pills  There are despairing men and women by the thousands in this city,  whos/-. stomach keep thcni in constant  misery that can bc quickly restored to  vigorous health bv Dr. Hamilton's  Pills.  Wc know of no other medicine that  possesses such power to kindle into  new life the exhausted energies of  chronic stomach  sufferers.  There is an extraordinary power in  Dr. Hamilton's Pills that searches out  the weak spots, that braces up the  delicate g'lands and eomnicv work-ntcs  of thc  stomach  and bowel*;.  There are invigorating, stintulatiu';  tonic ingredients in Dr. ilaniil'on's  Pills v.-hicli arc derived from powerful  juices taken from rare herbs and  roots, and these arc scientifically  combined with other medicinal products so as to assist in a harmonious  and proper working of the entire system.  The ingredients of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, coming from thc threat storehouse of Mother Nature herself, can  be relied upon to be harmless. Guaranteed results follow to all who use  Dr. Hamilton's .fins for Stomach  Weakness, Gas, Sourness, Headache,  Biliousness or Constipation.  Seekers of the better health can not  do better than invest 25c in this  health-bringing family medicine.  28,500 feet.   This record, however, has ] O  not been authenticated.  During the war Hawker was a  testing pilot for Sopwith, whose  planes shared with the Bristol machines supremacy on thc British front.  As a test pilot it was his duty to take  up battleplanes for their final try-out  before they were turned ovcr to the  government. He received $125 for  each flight, and it was not unusual foir  him to make twelve a day.    For    the  * * I-*.  ur  su  s ur iN BED  GET HER BREATH  Hawker's Career  Record   as   an   Aviator   Is   One   o������  Astonishing and Almost Un-  Interrupted Success  Harry  G.   Hawker's     career    as  a  pilot, covering nine years, has revealed an ability to draw a line between  sheer recklessness and prudent daring  which has been at  once the  amazement and despair o������ his fellow flying  men. Perhaps the secret of it is that  what would bc recklessness in another has in his case simply been good  craftsmanship, because of his consummate skill and .wonderful nerve  and physical vitality. His record as  an aviator is one of astonishing and  almost uninterrupted success.  Hawker was a lad in Australia, his  native land, when flying was in its  infancy in England. His natural  tastes turned him to motor-engines,  and his love of adventure carried  him to England in company with a  half-dozen other young Australians.  Two at least of his companions gained distinction in the land of their  adoption. These were J.icut.-Col.  Harry Bur.-"ted and Major Eric Harrison, who became aviation officers.  Thc boys brought their savings in  their pockets and. once in the  motherland, sought employment as  mechanics. Hawker speedily found a  berth with T. O. M. Sopwith, then  just slai'ting as a builder of airplane.**.  Hawker proved himself a skilful  mechanic and a la-.! of intelligence,  rding   pilots,     taught  last three years he has been thc highest paid airman in the world, his income during that time being reported  to have been upward of $100,000 a  year. He lives on a comfortable scale  at Kingston-on-Thames, where he has  a wife and six months' old daughter.  Hc owns three KoHs-Ryce cars, in it-  <rr.lv   '..i-i   ^v-ir-lni-ir/p   .-.f   tirri������o^ritv 'flic  World correspondent at St. John's  wrote of Hawker some time ago:  "Here hc has given no evidence of  great income. He dresses almost in-'  differently, sometimes wearing a  lounge suit whose most striking- detail is trousers with extreme peg tops,  sometimes wearing khaki riding  breeches, with gray golf stockings.  He seldom appears without a cap  whose vizor is drawn far forward and  makes him still more boyish in appearance. Hc doesn't look a bit more  than his thirty-one years at any time.  "His relaxations while in St. John's  have been boyish. Almost nightly he  took part in what his party called  'rag'���������some bit of good horse-play.  One night, after a scuffle, the bed of  Capt. Michael H. Fenn, business  manager of the trans-Atlantic expedition, was filled with crumbled dog-  biscuit. Another night the party invaded the room of Lieut. Lawrence  Clement, meteorological officer, and  snowballed him till lie cried for  mercy..  "On still other nights hc went to  motion-picture shows. The last pic-1  ture he saw was one by Thcda Bara,  whom he thought- a very bad actress.  He and others of thc partjp have received not a little social attention  and have often gone out for tea."  Com. Mackenzie Grieve, R.N.,  Hawker's navigator, has had far less  of the limelight in his life than Hawker, yet in his line of endeavor he is  a man of attainments. He is 28 years  old, a wireless expert and a meteorologist, as well as flier. For a time  during the war hc commanded thc  cruiser Campania, mother ship of thc  British air squadron with the Grand  Fleet.���������New York World.  Palpitation of the heart, shortness  of breath, inability to lie on the "left  side, feelings as if smothering; oppressed feeling in tlie- chest, dizzy and  faint spells, tired, weak, worn-out  feeling, involuntary twitching of the  muscles, sleeplessness, restless, etc.,  all point to the fact that either the  heart or nerves, or both, arc not what  they should bc. Any of these conditions should be remedied immediately  so as to avoitl a complete breakdown  of thc whole system.  Miiburn's     Heart aud     Nerve   l'ills  =&  will  bring  to   the   weakened  energy  constitution, strengthen and regulate  the heart, ad tomi upahe tired, overstrained   nerves,   i   .  ivxrs. William.- Sleeves, Chemical  Uoad, N.B., writes*, "i- have been a  great sufferer irpm ncrv; troubles and  palpitation of the heart^which was so  bad 1 had to sit straight up in bed  to get my brcathi,' 1 qbuld not lie on  my left side at all. T tried doctor after doctor, also several different remedies, but got no iielpvfrom them. My  mother insisted V>1pi4c trying Mil-  burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. By the  time I had used one box 1 was feeling very much better. 1 took in all  three boxes, and now; I am in perfect health and can enjoy a good  sound sleep, and can lie on 1113- left  side without any trouble."  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills arc  50c a box at all dealers, or mailed direct   on   receipt   of   price   by  The   T-  1 Milbiirn  Co.,  Limited,  Toronto,  Ont.  Americans Fight  Under British Flag  Largest Body oi "Men Ever Enlisted  for War Under Foreign  Colors  Now  that the Americans  who volunteered  with  thc   British  forces  arc  being brought together in England for  repatriation,  it seems  likely   that   the  number  of   these  recruits  was  far  in  excess  of  thc 20,000 at which it has  been estimated.     It  will  not be  surprising if this volunteer army, whose  individuals  fought    under the British  flag wherever    it fronted an    enemy,  reached a total of 100,000.    Sonic enlisted in   1914, and thc  number  grew  froni year to year. Whatever thc final  estimate,     the Americans     in  British  service made undoubtedly thc largest  body of men ever enlisted for war under another flag than their own.   And  now, for many of them, it is quite a  long   and  serious  business   to   secure  the papers that will prove to port officials at home that thcy are not immigrants.���������Christian Science  Monitor.  k3  Hun Officers True To-Form  and   Sop will  .,   ner  him to fly.  lii-^   de-.vl.  ������������������p;.'ci  ,ap!'..      ii...  brer.-.".  !���������-��������� -J...  in  ae':-  Vie.*. :' '.*  ar.'t  :::r. --  ir.;-,   -.AAA  1 w <-���������*-.  :������������������-���������'...    Or. <  ..���������."'oh  Flu Epidemic Hits Labrador  Dogs Devour Bodies Because No One  Left to Bury Them  St. Johns, Nfld.���������An official investigation of thc influenza epidemic in  Labrador, where several villages are  reported to have lost a majority of  inhabitants, was ordered upon receipt  of Archibald Picott, minister without  portfolio in the Newfoundland cabinet, of messages detailing the ravages  of the disease.  The information was to thc effect  that all men in the village of Okak  had died of thc disease and thai only  6Q women and children had survived.  Many of the bodies were devoured,  by dogs because there was no one to  bury them.  At Habrou only live women and  seven men survived.  Mystery Of The Sea  Has Been Solved  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  ther.ceiortli     was  :.;.'.]   i.i-    wings,   he  ."riisi-.t:   i'or his cm-  ;  hy going after the  b'gir.iiing to  be 01 -  J-l, 1912.  .1  n a  liter   lhc  and   p"'1  A.l'l.V  ���������,������������������ by  Sop-  Aiu-  . w 1 ��������� r 1 ��������� ei  moi'U',  'ling a  ��������� ii  -  i 1:  ii*.  ���������-   1  - J:  ' i'i  a   I-.  Hours  e air.  : ��������� -j'.-. i t! 1  ine   en -  .llill-.rlr-  i'-i-  Or ii.  on  tin  Ink  a   pa  < hi  line.  'iiii1' 1  i. - ���������  '  ���������id1;  Given   Up   For   Lost,   Reaches   New  York  Three months after the fifty-year  old Norwegian bark, Superior, became  a "mystery oi the sea," by disappearing off the Island of Bull in the Malay  Archipelago, on a voyage from Manila  to New York, the vessel arrived in  New York May 20, with her captain  unaware that his ship had been given  up for lost. Thc crew was recruited  in San Francisco before the ship sailed  from that port for thc Phillipines in  December,   1918.  Captain Hansen explained that after  he and the crew, believing the Superior wi!**- going on thc rocks, put out  in two lifeboats, the. wind veered and  his own boat returned to thc ship.  .Meanwhile the mate, and six of the  crew went ashore and, believing the  vessel had been lost aud that the captain and either members had perished,  sent a cablegram to the Norwegian  American Trading" Company, New'  York, charterers of the. vessel, saying  il is a mysterious case." A  by   f.'iivenimcnl   authorities   in  Amendments to the Civil Service Act  Ottawa.���������"It is the intention to ask  parliament during the present session  to pass thc proposed amendments to  thc civil service act bringing into effect at once thc new classification of  thc civil service," said the Hon. A. K.  MacLean in answer to an inquiry as  to whether there was any truth in thc  report that the classification was to  be held over until next session.  He also said that the proposed  amendments to the civil service act-  provided machinery by which changes  in thc classification could be easily  made and without waiting for another session oi parliament.  Shot   Their   Own   Men   When   They  Attempted to Save Ships  From p Sinking  Thurso, Scotland.���������German sailors  were shot by their own officers when  they attempted to obey the commands  of the British officers to return to  their .ships and shut the seacocks.  This statement was made by Lieut.  Nuttall, of thc steamer Alouette,  which has reached here from Scapa  Flow7, where the German ships were  sunk.  "I pulled alongside, a German destroyer, when I saw thc ship begin to  settle," said Lieut. Nuttall, and ordered Germans back to close the seacocks. Four or five of them turned,  whereupon the German officers shot  three of them dead. Wc then opened  fire on the officers and several of them  fell. Others among thc. Germans then  returned and closed the seacocks.  The Germans were also driven back  to four or five other destroyers; they  closed the seacocks in time to keep  the "vessels afloat."  Lieut. Nuttall reports that the Em-  den has been pumped out and is now  afloat. The Baden's crew* were forced back to that vessel and compelled  to  shut the  seacocks.  "Directly the first red flag and  German ensign were hoisted on thc  first battleship," he added, "the German admiral put off in a motor boat  post-haste to the. British air station  ashore. Hc stated that thc German  ships Avcre sinking and requested assistance for the crews. Thc admiral  was arrested. Naval men believe  that thc trip was a ruse to lead to the  belief that thc crews were taking  charge of thc ships. This, however,  was not substantiated by what actually happened."  THE POLICE FORCE  OF   TH E    BO 2> Y  A.Y and nignt-���������without  ceasing���������-a struggle 18  going on in your body between the germs of disease  and' the white biood corpuscles���������the police force of  the human body.  If this police force weakens,  disease germs gain a foot-  hold���������sickness follows.  Constipation is the most common  and dangerous way- cf corrupting  the human police force. Food  waste remains too long in the intestines���������decays���������poisons the blood  ���������and opens the way for attack by  the germs that cause tuberculosis.,  diphtheria, ��������� pneumonia and a multitude of other ills.  The culpable habit of using salts,  pills, mineral waters, castor oil,  etc., to force the bowels to move,  makes this condition even worse,  as constipation returns almost immediately.  Nujol is entirely different from  drugs as it does not force or irritate  the bowels.  Nujol prevents stagnation by softening the food waste and encouraging the intestinal muscles to act  naturally, thus removing the cause  of constipation and uelf-poisoning.  It is absolutely harmless -"-ndpleasant.  Nujol helps Nature establish easy,  thorough bowel evacuation at reg=  ular intervals���������the  healthiest h-abit  in the world.  Get ������ bottle of Nujol. from your  druggist today and keep your police  force on the job.  H?si*���������*..'via 0 Nuioi Is sold ir* sealed  rr Uf nillg.  bottlei. bearing   the  Nujol Trade Mark. All -Jrugguts. Insist on Nujol. You may tufftr from  substitutes.  ���������H.I.G. US. PAT. O.T.  Fbr Constipation  "Regular as  OockWorki-  1. >  '.ok  -,..,t ! ti..it  ! In-  ���������hillipii  i'  1.1 ik'(  1   to   locate   the  'I  bit-  ���������'!'���������  1 .���������,,!  nv* 11.  ��������� l   v.".  t    'A Ii'i"       I   !  1. . <;: 11' ; .  :\:;r>\\\'\'.  I'll.! i'l) ilH*  1. !���������.';.  1.   pi  ..���������;���������_. .Hi    ���������  ' M.ril  < ',':< :.!  !:) ll     '.'A  ; :��������� I'M.  14  !l:'   1.  1. I '   i  fur  liril  -���������,.,-  .l-l  ' '���������<]��������� ! 1 a 11 *-���������-11 thought the. male and  I Iii*-; sis companions were drowned.  1 ���������'.")'..��������� ro iiei' "di-prti-poarancc" th,-. Su-  1 ri<-ri'ic ii.id landed at Manila a cargo  n-iup  and  sugar  taken  on  at  San  ii  itpp 1-p * -    .. .     TP/T-. . ~. ..  j. nc iii{ijic������>i Mummy  The. largest mummy in the world is  that of an animal, thc Ik-resovka  mammoth, iu ihe Pet rok''ad iiHisouu..  The species has been <-\tini*t for thousands of year.-;, and lhe lieresovka  mammoth���������which was found embedded in thc frozen earth near the lier-  csovka river, in northe-.uU Siberia ���������  probably lived fifty thousand years  ago.  Weekly Holiday for Postmen  Toronto.���������The Dominion government has conceded lo the postal employees the. 'I'l-l'ioui- week, and accordingly a half holiday will be given  to them the year round, the half holiday to fall 011 Saturday afternoon as  far as possible.  ilii.i  ���������pV 1  'ii''.  1  ��������� If  ll.  n:,;  I.-* .I  I  riiiine and St. Vitu;;  ,   -.-.hi.-],   li'is  l)<**''n   responsible  ' - "   i. .*i   -.. 1    ��������� lie   tit;\ rr   rnti ���������  1     '.-'Idly     riioU'iJi   assOii.il< d  sine     (if  nrrvc   linnblr;'.     It  '���������;:!!"'!   Vi*'.pcli-,     bT.ni''<-  The World's Shipbuilding*  The Tonnage Under Construction in  the World  London, Kngland.���������Returns corn-  piled by Lloyd's register of shipping  shows that at the close of the quarter ended March .31 last the tonnage  under construction in the world  reached 7,796,266 tons gross, of which  2,2S'1,8-15 tons was in thc United Kingdom.  Of the tonnage building abroad, the  United States has over 75 per cent.,  viz., 4,185,523 tons  rSSm-mt  Turks Drive Out Greeks  OutiiUuibcicd Four to One, Greeks  Are Retreating Before the  Turkish Forces  Paris.���������The. situation in Asia Minor  is serious, according to official dispatches received by Renter's Limited  Then follow the. here. These, advices stated that the  British dominions, 30p3,000; Japan, [Turkish forces outnumber the Grceka  254,835,  and  Holland,   182,308.     Only  four to one and threaten to drive the  DO YOUR EARS RING?  HAVE YOU CATARRH?  A buzzing noise in thr head is the  beginning of chronic Catarrh. If not  checkrd tlie result is deafness. A  simple remedy that many physicians  advise,   is  to  slowly  inhale   Catarrho-  four other countries have over 100,000  Ions of shipping in their yards.  The United Kingdom figures are  about 500,000 tons higher than those  for June, 19H, .while, the wonderful  development, due to the. war, in the  shipbuilding industry in tho United  States is shown by thc fact that the  tonnage now Under construction in  that cotitry i.s more than 28 limes the  ".oiiii.ii.-e. building  iu JtUiO 191-1.  Greeks entirely out of Asia Minor.  The Greek force?* are reported to be  retreating before thc Turks, who aro  supplied with good artillery and plenty of ammunition.  *h   day.  TlK  >\Skir   0xvxx   mxvmvmm   ***     ^llOlWOISC.      ~\-~~-~>_t   ,       |  15 S   Q W53.E mX" u*1rr*hinti -"���������-.". Hr-uii*. . '���������  .--I   ~i~.  ~J3.~-   i,!)*^,!-���������Murine for Red- . '������������������>  >-*T*y n-*"i'p, 'I'lfr-n&H'i, r'raruila- 1 "  iq     y^f fP^lf?^. fior*,nrhirigatrd humbiR ���������  ia.00. .iff   'v$xJ> w"5������ ,..* dr.  ;���������'.,,.'���������. ,...  (��������� .i.Miir - I "  '",' rirc-ir*.*."' After Hi*  Mr,v\<.d,, McUitirnt or f.r.U \ '  vili  win  youi' <"oiil.il������:i|r:r-.   J\lU    Vt.u.-   /.������������.i���������������;.,..��������� . ,,  Sti* Muii)!-* wtii-ii your Kyf-ft WV.-rt t'.,.*n-.       M-.i j '  -..V-nrnr-tal-M      k *'.������,/������*      I. < M ������ ��������� * *   t,   ������/'     C. I ' . x    C t'. I C . X jj 4> 0    ,     ,  .'.':-.   .!,'.  b'-.y  ur.n-'.yr invoked   for  h-aii.i;...  of  nf. i-, ��������� .if,  (li; i>\<}<'i ���������������,  par  :. 11 7  tii***   'here:,  named  after him  Vi' ;���������'', d.: ni - ." '1 !i<   ������������������!''' '-nl naii1'  !,'. .     . .-.'. i"!. d   pi-.r'   i"     abl.rrvi.it <i\  i 111/'     I' .llg 1 l.ll I., ll     llll''. V. 1:1'   il  ll.     " ': ':   '       i 1  , '  I      M.i-      I! ��������� ��������� ' 1 . ..     ;      I !   '  the-   Catarrhal   condition,  and  hearing   ���������J'^1**1-  ii.H'Uivc., at nine, Head noises, buzzing e;u>; are cured. Por Catarrhal  d'afiH-, :, throat, nose and lung Ca-  (anli there is pinh.il-'y no remedy *io  /���������','iurnt. The large one dollar outfit  '���������.���������'.    '.���������.-.���������    :.--!.'-���������   -'mt  is  f'u;i. ran teed;  "0>  trial   ���������������,'���������/,���������   2-ic.      Sold  11 en*  by   dealers,   or   The  \i. i'.;..,".km, u..t-  C.i-  London Aerial Derby  The  revival  of  the  London  Aerial  Dciby Vv'.iii won by Captain Gather  Kood. The winner made the flight of  two circuits of London, aggregating  190 miles, in 87 minutes .aid -15 i.cc.  iuti iwciage -jpeca Wp.,-. x-iu  miles un hour. Thc best previous  time was made by llumeline iu 191.3,  when he flew ut an -average oi '/6  miter, un hour. The race liaa not been  eontrstrd  since  IDM.  GIRLS 1 WHITEN YOUR SKIN  WITH LEMON HUGE  w.  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When the  condition of things .becomes again  {what it was before the war, it wiii be  ' seen that somcaqf those in ihe forefront before August, 1914, will be relegated to a back-seat, while quite a  new order of heiresses, with names unknown before thc'-palrhy days of munition contracts has teen thrown up.  9  The   Great   English   licmcdy.  Tonoa and invigorates ihe -t-rliolo  jnervou.? system, makes new Blood  ia old Veins, Ourcs Nervoua  Dehililii, Mental tzn& Brain. tVorry, -Dtspon-  dettcy. Loss of Energy* Palpitation of the  Heart, Failing Memory. Price $1 per box, -six  for "53. One will please, eix -will cure. t3dld by all  drttsgi3.--8 or mailed in plain pics, on receipt of  price. l\nr>ptimphTeitnaiied free. TK������""sSffi"3  MEDlCINg CO., TORONTO. OKT. (Firaerlj Wli*������rJ  THa!S!*W!'H!������HC;H RBMSBY. N.t. 44.-. t.~%.  THERAPION gsjfsl^*  ������rreat������ucceai, curm chromic weakness, lost viqok  ft Vlii, Kit-CIS*-, BLADDER, DISEASES. Bt.OOD fOISON,  MM-.*. KITHER NO. ORUOG1ST5 tr MAIt. Jl. POST 4 CTS  ���������rOUOKKA CO. 98, BERKMAJtJST. NEW VORK or LYMAN ttKOS  S'OBOIpTC. WRITS PORJ-fSsS SOOS TO Dn. X.S. CLERO  milSD.CO.HAVlIRSTOCKRD.HAMPaTBAD. LONDON. ZHO.  ������THa-pVOB\OSSlTASTE-LES9)FOBMOK    EASV TO TA.EB  ~=S!3i*lAFIO^ im~.rm-%s~~-,  WmXT TBADE  MARKED WOBD   'THEBAPIOt'* tS OS  ���������rS-90VT.������*rAP4������ 0MSIX9O TO XXA. amHmtixrXCKMISk  Ho   not   s-ttes  another day-with  ���������pfflSSj^ Xtchine. Bleed'  _*?,iB**.i Ing, or Protrnd-   ' ������..~    un..        M������  XM&        0    0 0x1X1. 0������xr  surgical  oper.  a tion required.  Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve you at once  and as certainly cure yon. 60c. a dox: all  dealers, or Edmanaon, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto. Sample box -tree if you raontion this  impdr aud encloss 2c sttMsp to pay -nostago.  Denmark Wants  No German Citizens  Declines    To    Accept   Responsibility  For Province Of  Schlesv/ig  Denmark, wise in its day and generation, declines to accept responsibility for that part of the province of  Schlcswig that is inhabited by a hostile German population. Its government has no desire to create another  Alsace-Lorraine grievance between  thc small people of Denmark and  their immensely more powerful neighbors, or to face the endless controversies ovcr language, institutions and  officials that it would entail. Nor is  it without  significance in its bearing  There Is Only One  Genuine Aspirin  Only  Tablets   Marked  With  "Bayer  Cross" Are Aspirin  *J *���������** ~m ~ur*t-~* & m  **--*s*3rC      -**> ���������*"*���������*{ ' -  (-5 ^^-' -s^rs  .���������*?  { Mb 4*S.-flt>    i  twir-wiilll m^fymQAtf^mjiuiL j-p-v.n  !������tranBMg^>cr<*a-|'i'iri  Ask  your  Dealer  for  SATIN GLOSS  HARNBSS DRESSING  It protecla and gives longer wear to  your Harness, S-ig-jry Tops, Saddles,  Fly Nets and TraTelling Bags. Put  up in big yellow Tina, Kegs or Barrels.  It your Dealer cannot supply you write  us direct  "^  Germans r igm Again  If You Don't See the "Bayer Cross"  on the Tablets, Kefuse lhem���������  They Are Not Aspirin  at AU  /    A    \  Your druggist gladly will give you  Copenhagen,���������An Esthonian official  communication announces that after  seven days' truce the Esthonians and  German Baltic Landwehr have resumed hostilities along the entire front  from the iGulf of Riga to Ronenburg.  The British mission has faiicd in its  attempt to arrange an understanding.  Warts are unsightly blemishes, and  corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way's Corn Cure will remove them.  Start a Club in your town, where the  pirin"   because  genuine  Aspirin   now  is made by Canadians and owned by  on the regard in which the League oil a Canadian Company.  ! There is not a cent's worth of  German interest in Aspirin, all rigliis  being purchased from the U.S. Government.  During thc war, acid imitations  were sold as Aspirin in pill boxes and  various other containers. But now  you can get genuine Aspirin, plainly  stamped with the safety "Bayer  Cross,"���������Aspirin proved safe by mil-  Right To Seize  Whiskey   Stills  May Be Extended to Officers Of Alberta Provincial Police  Edmonton,   Alberta.���������The   right  to  seize illicit whiskey stills, which is at  present vested oniy in officers of ihe  federal    inland   revenue    department,  the   genuine   ''Bayer   Tablets   of  As-'may shortly be extended to officers of  the Alberta provincial   police.      The  Attorney-General   recently   took this  Refused  to   Obey  Orders  and  Were  Promptly Arrested  London.���������The mutinous conduct of  troops at Sutton camp, Surrey, which  has been growing for the past ten  days, culminated in the formation of  a committee by the men and their  refusal to salute or to obey orders.  Two battalions of troops were sent  to the camp in light fighting trim and  with a machine gun.  The troops arrested 400 men, among  them ringleaders, and dispatched 1,800  other men to camps at Dover and  Canterbury. The main grievance ol  the men was that they were being  ordered to France.  ���������ment free. Write  us at ones isst  lull   particular*.  Depfc"C" *'Tg,     SAMUEL MAY & CO.  S02-104 Adelaide   St.   W.,   Toronto  voting peopie   can  gather.   We   build  small   tables    for , .   ���������   , ,  homes,   acd  lars- [ souinern zone of bchlcs  er   ones   for  public  rooms.  Equip-  L  Di) YOU WANT TO KNOW  ths facts about SHORTHORN CATTLE 1  Tho breed for the farmer or rancher; Writ* the See-  sst&ss ta-day fo? PRESS "PUBLICATIONS, end ee<-  year n'A-ao on our free mailing ll������t.  O0M5*JI0N  SHORTHORN   BREEDER'S ASSOC-**  W.A.I>ryden.Pre������. G.E.Day. Sec.     i  Brooklin, Ont. Guelph, Ont  Feathers Wanted  Highest prices paid for best grade  new goose, duck, chicken and  turkey feathers.  Geo. H. Hees, Son & Co., Ltd.  52 Bay Street, Toronto  MONEY ORDERS  Buy -your oul of town sii'iplies with  minion Kxpress Money Orders. Five  lars  costs   three   cents.  Do-  uol-  No Wines or Beer for U.S.  Washington.���������A proposed amendment to lhe pending prohibition enforcement bill, giving the president  authority to repeal the wartime Prohibition Act, insofar .is il affects the  sale of light wines and beer, was defeated by the house judiciary committee 12 to 5.  men arc not inclined to see in thc  peace to bc signed at Versailles any  more enduring- peace than resulted  from the treaty of Vienna. Former  Premier Niels Neergaard, at a recent  secret meeting of the Danish Rigs-  dag, offered strong opposition to the  proposed   plebiscite   in   thc   third   or  ;, and indicated that conflicts of interest among  thc great powers would continue and  that events might occur which would  seriously alter thc existing systcm.  In   an   authorized   interview,   Ovc  Rode, the Danish minister of the interior, while expressing keen gratitude  that the coming peace will unite the  Danish part of Schlcswig with Denmark, expressed thc indentical opinion  voiced   by   the   former   premier.    Hc  stated   that   thc   Danish   government  wished the plebiscite limited to north  and central  Schlcswig.    This part of  ���������* J thc former duchy, he explained, is not  -jj inhabited by Danes, but by Germans,  who   even   before   thc   war   showed  themselves   of   hostile   mind   towards  Denmark.      Air.    Rode    feared    that,  partly  owing to  the unsettled conditions in Germany and partly to political  plans  to  keep   thc  former   duchy  of   Schlcswig  undivided,   thc   German  inhabitants might bc induced to vote  for   a   union   with   Denmark,  not  because they intended lo become Danes,  but to preserve the whole duchy with  a    predominant    German    population.  That  there is reason for this  fear is  evident,  since   South   Schlcswig   has  only   150,000  Danes  against  3,-100,000  Germans.      Denmark wants no future  cause  of offence  on  this  score.  for Headache, Toothache,  Ear  ache,   Rheumatism,   Lumbago.   Colds,  Neuritis,  and Pain  generally.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tables, also  larger "Bayer" packages-  Aspirin is the trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture  of Monoaccticacidestcr of Salicylic-  acid. -  matter up with the federal authorities,  urging such course, and received a  careful hearing, which led him to believe that his suggestion would bc  acted upon. In view of the increasing  number of would-be distillers in different parts of the province, thc question of dealing with the situation has,  become a live one. As it stands now  police officers arc required to report  all cases to the inland revenue department for their action.  it kuds -"-"ani Away.��������� there is no  liniment so efficacious in overcoming  pain as Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil.  The hand that rubs it in rubs thc pain  away, and on this account there is  no preparation that stands so high in  public __ esteem. There is no surer  pain-killer procurable, as thousands  can attest who have used it successfully in treating many ailments.  England and Soviet Pov/er in East  London, England.���������A Bolshevist  wireless report that England is sending volunteer detachments to Persia,  owing to her decision to combat the  Soviet power in the east, is denied in  British military circles.  The Last of Defensive Armor  The heavy and clumsy defensive armor of thc middle ages, ^without which  no knight considered himself ready to  go into battle, actually went out of  use at thc battle of "Waterloo; then  it was that thc iron-shcathed curiras-  sicrs of Napoleon were so effectually  defeated by thc soldiers of Wellington.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  OF GREAT HEl  Minard's   Liniment Cures   Garget in  Cows.  Minard's   Liniment   Co.,   Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������This fall I got thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest very  bad, so I could not work and it hurt  me to breathe. I tried all kinds of  Liniments and thev did me no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, warmed on flannels and applied on my breast, cured me completely.  C.  H.  COSSABOOM.  Rossway,  Digby  Co.,  N.S*  Every single thing on earth has its  use, and it is probably just as well  thai we do not know about some  things.  I  H  Many an Off-Color Day  is due to a disturbed  digestion.       Tea or  coffee is otten xlm  mischief��������� maker.  If you have suspicions  about tea or coffee,try  Mothers, if your baby or growing  child is sickly; if hc does not sleep  well at night; if he cries a great deal;  is constipated and his little bowels  and stomach arc not working .right,  give him Baby's Own Tablets���������they  have proved of great help to thousands of mothers. Concerning the  Tablets Mrs. \V. VI, Decater, Corson's  Siding, Out., says: "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets and have found  them excellent for the. little ones, and  would not be without them." The  Tablets are a mild but thorough laxative and are guaranteed to contain  no harmful drug���������that is why thcy  always do good and never harm.  Thcy are sold hy medicine dealers or  bv  mail  at 25  cents  a  box   from The.  Alleged German Plots  Weimar, Germany.���������Hermann Mueller, leader of the Majority Socialists, charged that a certain number of  Berlin militarists were plotting to restore the Hohcnzollcrns to the throne  of Germany. His accusation was  made before the meeting of the National Assembly in session here. He  said Germany regards the former  Kaiser as an undesirable person and  as thc author of the country's many  misfortunes. "Willielm should be  placed under observation,'' he concluded.  Fleet to Use Panama  New York.���������A fleet of S,800-ton  steamers will be operated between  Pacific ports and European ports via  the Panama canal, beginning in July,  it was announced by the shipping  board of the Emergency Fleet Corporation.  A man may say that all men are  equal, but thinks himself a little better than his neighbor just thc same.  \qJQpJ  a* a&a ami a fee  Dr. Williams"  ville,  Out.  Medicine Co.,    Urock-  Court-Marti-il fpr Fleet's Loss  London.���������Admiral von Renter, in  command of llic German fleet, scuttled and sunk- in the Seapa Flow, will  hc cnurt~niartialk.d .'for having broken  the. armistice conditions, says the  Daily Mail. Thc'new spapor adds thai  details of the trial of the admiral will  be arrant-ed bv llic allied council in  aris.  A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���������  Thc secluded life of women which  permits.of little healthful exercise, is  a fruitful cause of derangements of  thc stomach and liver and is accountable for thc pains and lassitude that  so many of them experience. Panne-  lee's Vegetable Pills will correct irregularities of the digestive organs  and restore, health and vigor. The  most delicate woman can use them  with safety, _ because their action,  while effective, is mild and soothing.  ilBB&ifi-BB  ms     BDHIflB Q  W   rftip*. jHUtVIl   ~*tl-~t~\   pmttlmmmx  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,  *M~       pJvL  TTherre-'ls -a ttensaxi"  W-ip'^^  x0xi ���������.mtL.i.:l1-u  ZZZZ~-  ���������rw"**fl**i***f <r*l  Sank lioihiic Battlcubip  London.- The Bolsheviki bat lb ship  Andrei lYrvosvanni is believed to  have hern sunk by a Uriiihh loipedo  near Kronstadi, according io ,i i-ui-  i.i.di naval dispatch quoted in a 11������-"! ���������  singfors cablegram to thc Daily Mail.  The telegram adds that the Bolsheviki Uat t'u-ppiiip !\.i ivyj...'i,l..v.-!  Im.' ti'il   llir   while   Hair.  Want Reparation  for  Loss  of  Fleet  Paris.���������Tlie    budget    t-omiuiilee of  thc   chamber   has   decided   to   send  a  delegation   to   M.   Clemenceau   to   in-l  quire of thc government is in a posi-j  tion to furnish iuimediaU-ly an explanation   of   the   sinking  of   the.   German  fleet.     These  delegates   will   also   ask  what    measures the government    expects  to  take  lo  meet  the  losses     to  France through thc destruction of that  ���������pari of the fleet lo which France was   .tlrP.I  "Black   Watch"--The   Bc*>t   Black  Plug Chewinc Tobtcco on the IM.irket  GSsU  lr^ATKTftEl������S-K!8a^  Baser urnt1  roiiJoUr   %PSL9wWmm  i.'  W.  M.  U.  1270  ini) iiiai'i can  ...._...������ ...- ,,.,  ! Iii.-.i '.and-;   1i:iv  find out.  truly esiiunU*  thc  till;  >-4..   . .i     .   i.-,-,1,1   :n in,- ���������   Sir t  *   ."..lie   hi'rd:'*   trvinv*'   to  ik-4pi>.U*#i*������JW4 kirn, iu*  UAOuVuuLV^Ji'wrJ^iii  ^r-JnlTY.  Urn,  **.."*."   fl     m~-UC  "V|   \j*.ijl   -   '������������������    -  mto'-'^^  -i-mmmmmmmm-m  sy^s  ,������.l00*Lm. ���������   X T     '^���������7"-*^���������l^*^TW*-****m''*^'^M^*,**'" " '' "* IP������P*WlPP*������������l>������4������>|l������������r.*IMII������.n.l������IIU|.������l.4.4������������������,���������  i������.������w������.i������������������i|miiii'iiiii.ii  isSSsS^S^x&CS^iiiifSSZ i*ZaSi&\ .^���������rry-���������������?"���������'  THE  CBESTOH  BEVIEW  iU--W-aLJ  sa 5  -dm-.B.*JZ  &*&-.  Mrs. Oorsii of Vernon awl veil on a  visit to her daughter Mrs. H. K. Oatway.  Fob Sale���������Boy's bicycle, in good'  shape. A bargain. Enquire Embree '&  Foreman gar-age.  Mrs. Coulter of Tovor-to is spending  a few days with friends in Creston, the  guest of Mi  A. Spoors.  "V^T" A IPJTTrPTll Torcnv   |"PP-.  4Yll07'nc|PV ������1*U/p1p  .   .    .. ������������������ .r~xx,XJ       xrx       xr. ,,        cow just freshened.   Also   a couple of  yonng pigs.    Win. Gower, Creston.  Mix,ch Cow Wanted���������Holstein or  Din-ham, fresh, or due to freshen hn-  inediately. Andrew .lohnson, Creston.  Thare will be morning   service only  in Chr-lct f!h:ir*>*-. r-.n ���������"'S.-sr*..?*'.*"''*"    -.i*:f.V*. r-sl-  .-bration   of Holy   Communion at the  close.  Tomato Plants���������For sale hardy  grown tomato plants, grown in the  open, $1 per hundred. S. Pascuzzo,  Sitdar.  Milch Cow Fob, Sai/e���������Due to  freshen   in  a few  days.    Will sell or  trade for beef cattle.  Creston.  P. Burns & Co.  Misses Ella and Louise Webster of  Calgary and Bellvue, Alta., are here  for a holiday with their parents, Mr.  .-mil Mis. J. H. Webster.  Miss H. G. Robinson of Edmonton,  Alta., ax-rived on Wednesday, and  spend the "next couple of months with  her sister, Mrs. C. F. Hayes.  Father- Desmavias will be unable to  Vie hei*e for the usual services in Holy  Cross church on Sunday. Due notice  will be giyen of his next visit.  Mrs. M. McCarthy left on Tuesday  for Morley, Alta., where Mike is operating a O.P.K. steam shovel, and  where she will visit friends for a time.  lviessrs. xtose ami nevan, ana ������ues-  domes Bevan, Rose and Watcher were  at Bonners Ferry last Friday for the  4fch of July celebration, whicE included  a circus and 'summer chautauqua.  For Sale���������Horse, weight between  900 and 1000, suitable for driving or  light ranch work. Also buggy, cutter  and light harness. $200 jbak'es everything. J.-H. Camerson, Box 718, Cranbrook, B. C.  The annual meeting -for the Creston  school district is called for to-morrow  night at 7 o clock. The terms of Trustee Hayden and Auditor Dr. Henderson have expired, and successors will  have to be elected.  Jos. Heath, who is now on the staff  at the Dominion experimental farm  at Invermere, was here over the week-  :p    pr rr .. _ prpr       ... ..    ........         :*.!_       1_; ������������������  ynn    ipIU'Ss    Jde'iili!'.     !*t?Li-*I-!!IIJP-r      w4i_.ii      ppippe  to that town,  where   they   will make,  their home in future.  For the first six months that the  War Saying and Thrift stamps have  been on sale almost $1100 worth of  them h-ive been sold ut the postoffice.  This, of course, includes about $125  sold to the scholars at Creston school.  A ball team made up of Cardston,  Alta., old bovs, headed by C. Olson,  tried conclusions with a Creston-  Erickson combination at the base ball  on Sunday, the Valley nine having  the best of the argument by a score of  U to 20.  The, Imperial Bank is connected up  by telephone now the instrument being placed in the manager's office this  week. Manager Allan is still carrying  on by himself, pending the arriyal of  the necessary cages, railing, and other  equipment.  The section crews are getting things  in shape to start track laying on the  spur leading to the site for the Imper-  another six-room bugalow   on the unsold portion of the i*anch properey.  ,  It is requested that parties who were  overlooked when the canyass of the  Vaiiey was made for the Soldiers  Memorial will fill in the blank forms  ���������recently mailed them and turn them  in at once. A full list of those contributing to the cause will be published  in our issue of June 25th.  Among the business transacted by  the Auto Association at the June  meeting last Wednesday, was the decision to request the C.P.R. to install  an anto loading-platform at Creston.  At present the Fruit Growers Union  warehouse has to be utilized for the  purpose, and is none too convenient  at that. '**  ,At the July -meeting of Creston  Valley Red Cross ��������� Society two members turned in finished work. They  were Mrs. Cook, with ah * amputation  sock; and Mrs. C. Halivwhose contribution was a gent's handknit sweater  and three child's; shirts. The. next  meeting will be held on the first Tues-  X.--/S. m      a*  All fl-ltCfi-  X.J. -*-"*-**-*)   --*x~   -I.  (  Practically all shipments of Fruit made out of(>eston on  Saturday are hob used until-Monday morning. Most close-in  buyers refuse to accept shipments which arrive at destination on  Sunday, and this means that bhe only places left to which we can  ship on Saturday are points beyond Medicine Hat and Calgary.  This season there,is no train north out of Calgary on Snndgy, so  that Saturday shipments must go east. Ranchers are advised to;;  cut down Saturday shipments to the lowest possible minimum,  and avoid losses which are bound to occur if Saskatchewan'  markets are overloaded with l.c.l. Raspberries once each week.  UtViaTED  r������*-iArv-M**QQ  XJH. KJXJ 0.001~< *--*~t  ���������av-oot in,cr  ������.*"  whip  Creston,  :h  Chorlton's orchestra   is   making its   Point 3ust north of the   garden at the  first out-of-town appearance on Satur-1 section house  day night, when they   furnish   music  for the   usual    fortnightly   dance   at  Porthiil.  M. Olson of Cardston, Alta.. is a visitor here for a few days with his  brother, C. Olson. The visitor is just  out of the hospital and   is   here to re-  r.,.~.^x...Xr,  I.II.JCI cvtrcr.  D W. Briggs of Portland, arrived  on Monday on a business visit. Se  states that the prevailing dry spell is  in evidence throughout Oregon and  Washington.  Rubber. Stamps���������Get your rubber  stamps, pads and ink from P, P. Truscott. Single-line variety or name  stamps in f-inch type 60 cents, Prices  given on other stamps.  Jas. Cook had the three lots he owns  opposite the school   slashed and bnrn-  i'il and is getting the   material on the '  ground for a ne\v residence   which he  will erect, this summer.  The di-y spell still prevails, but with  nil preceding holidays failing to produce rain it is confidently expected  the glorious twelfth (to-morrow) will  not fail us in this respect.  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Cranbrook oyer the week end, making the return trip on Monday in, a  new Duplex 5-ton truck, which, the  Company will use at a log and lumber  hauling at the mill at Canyon City.  The car is a 64-horsepower. and niadef  the journey from Cranbrook here in  .about fiye hours.  At the July meeting of the Creston  Board of Trade on Tuesday night it  was decided to invite the Nelson business men to pay Creston a visit on  fair day���������the last Saturday in September���������which will afford opportunity  to see tbe Valley itself as well as the  products it is.noted for. A trip oyer  the flats will also be arranged for.  /"*  Protect Your FORD  -with a  Defender Thief-Proof Ford Lock  box  and locks  the casing  West Creston   had  dtrxrx^X  lOCLnu-  Thi-ee   hundred   and   twenty   acres  known as Sub-Lot 54. on Arrow Creek  I*. :'.' .-41..;' ;tt    tt-Tl   '.'I'*llit!'^   *"*���������''!'   "IO*"'  .-���������-���������11   ninth   half   separately.      W. K  l-*>\inir, owner, Rossland. B.C.  R. R. Piper was at Cranbrook for  the week-enk with Mrs. Piper*, who is  still in the hospital in that city. Her  recovery continues favorable and the  doctors express the hope that she  may be able to return home the early  parii OI jiugiiau.  W. J. Smith of the lands department, who has been here for a few  days supervising things generally in  connection with the flats haying this  year, left on Tuesday for Victoria. He  expects cutting will commence about  August 20th again this year.  Miss Ida Gunn, formerly of Creston,  now of New Denver, spent a few days  here this week renewing acquaintances-, and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  T. Mawson. Miss Vesta Smith of Lew-  iston, Idaho, was also a guest at the  Mawson home for a few days.  Dr. Henderson and provincial police  Vaehon were at Boswell the fore part  of the week, holding an inquest on the  drowning of a five year-old boy who  fell into the lake at that point on Sunday, and whose body was not recoyer-  ed until late Monday afternoon.  Mrs. Jos. Wilson, who sold   part of  her ranch   opposite the   Edmondson  Will ' place some months ago to C. O. Quist,  and has been living on   Victoria Aye.  of late, has the carpenters at work on  rous fire on Saturday morning when  the barn on the farm of the late Dan  English, along with a registered heayy  draught stallion, and a lot of stable  equipment went up in smoke. The  place was leased about a year ago by  P. J. Dunn, who came here from Oregon, and the loss be quite seyerly  felt.  Locks the  covering the switch.  Defies the thief. Cannot be picked.  H���������8������ **���������%.  B IBISS  t-b aa ~B-\  REPAIRS  &1!   iJ���������������������3SBB  OILS  *������'  Kin -fi-g m  ~iiit:i������r'.:.i  ii ���������������������������-  GREASES.  -. trv. vvrrs.  xne ijnas. Hi. ounun eoneeri. cu:;-  pany, which was assisted by Mrs. Foreman and Mr. Chorlton, played to a  well filled house in Mercantile Hall on  Wednesday night, presenting a yaried  programme, which made a great hit  with crowd. The new Chorlton orchestra played for the after-dance,  their music giying the best of all-  round sat isfaction.  The cattlemen of the . Valley at a  meeting on Thursday night last organized the Creston Valley Stockbreeders Association, with J. W. Dow  president, and Guy Constable, secretary, and a membership of 60 to start  with. The membership fee is $2. The  new. organization will have full charge  of hay cutting on the flats, as well as  grazing in these parts.  This week's bride, Mrs. S. A. MacDonald, was guest at an afternoon at  the home of Mrs. Bennett on Thursday last, the affair taking the form of  linen shower. The spacious home was  filled with guests who remembered  the bride in tangible fashion with linen articles of the useful   sort in many  varieties. Tea was served and a very  enjoyable social afternoon was spent  by all.  Creston will have a full fledged lawyer practising here before tbre end of  the month. C, W. S. Stringer, just  back from overseas, who up till 1915  had an office at Invermere, was in  town over the week-end, and has decided to resume his profession in Ores-  ton. He has secured an office in the  Jackson building, next Manuel's store,  and after a two-weeks' trip to the  <:oa8t on business affairs will retxirn to  open his Creston office.  Now that the raspberries are coining  in things are homing around the Creston station in the mornings. A good  rain is needed to get the raspberries  moving in* the usual quantities,  though up till yesterday the shipping  of these along with cherries is providing truck loads of express that compare favorably with the exports at  time last year. So far as Creston and  the district east is concerned.-- this  week -will wind up the strawberry  shipping.  Creston's latest veteran back from  overseas is Sergt. G. P. Hor.spoot, who  arrived on Friday last, after a short  otay at Cranbrook, at   which point h������'  of some sort to erect a  aria!.  soldiers' meni-  *--%"* _ ���������   _ "-"P       B   ' ������������ir,&0.   0 04vr-A0x i  g%-         B_"!   ��������� ���������_  unnnitritun"  BUSSBSSg-^liapgSiillg  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Eight years experience. Highest references. Single tuning. ������4. Two  tunings a year, $7.  WAV  mm  0% tf%  ���������        ���������  N 0% 0tk n  OHr-ft-fStf-m  Don f*g.ftii  E HJ  yCiass  Our endeavor is to eliminate  credit entirely. By paying  cash you have no occasion to  worry about store bills, keeping track of accounts, receipts  or,any thing of that sort.  On our part doing business  is equal!}' facilitated.    Boole-  was employed at the time he joined j keeping expense, and  inevit-  iip in 1015 .He is  not   quite the��������� same   able ba(j debt     meang  ftn   a(}_  Horspool that Creston   know, though : -,.  . , ',,. . ������  far from looking as bad as advnnen re-   ������������������" t(-> the ������ellir-������ P������Ce that  ports had led people to anticipate.   At, the Customer lifts to pay.  ono time it was stated   he   had   been  ESffi^^  x-ms---t-m~um  \ X A  VV  1 KJl  r  Ml  i /li V  If Th  i   a  m .  \n-mi FT  von  (Tf  ���������1 all  the: iuiiiipment and  ('omioi'is  m^_mmm^ttmt^mmtltt^m~~--*mimmm*m^mmm*m^dmmmS^  r  Ol  LI1C  mm-i-mS-dm444ti~~-mSmm  lai\'ci  cars  ��������� 1  shot through both eyes and totally  blinded. While he certainly had a narrow escape no such misfortune as  blindness befell him. He is in partnership with -Messrs. Mam. and "Pooto in  a l-nnr-h h������'���������*���������-"-, but. is going back to  work in the Bank of Commerce al,  Cranbrook, as noon ns he got s clear of  tho medical authorities.  To   encourage    spot  business we arc giving a  cash  Discount of S  *r������  ***^ ���������!*****:-*'* m  ^mKAt*\^\\   A     flit   *\.  Me9BBt-.IT B&iwit Winners  K!<-<"1 nc  M''li.iir  i"  4  I   I  <  5  I  lijj;lit **; ;i mm  .'ailored  ��������� .fiwli- ������������n<-t 4-i  i    i ���������  i, .i.  ...  i     .      :.     .  I'll M'l'.      *    *-III'-.���������-���������'���������   ..i..i|>  <'-|-'..|'lllt'l'I ,   ill("!it(iii|"j;  IH.Hui^IlL  (liii)i.K '.'.  one ni;iii fop, lop fovcr and side, curlniiis.   Tilted --Ic-ir-vision wind  .-I.���������-���������* rif-  11������it-it.  i  ���������  t  .'.xi m run  i <. .. \ ;  A\U\   C'iUI'h'V Oil  .  * t   ���������   1 /  . \\ i   t   l I  \\        |   V *  \V  A   lil'.W >X *-*-'!!! ATM >N!    WN.!  rear.    (."onipleie tool  ���������itiil   '������><>|   V-'^l l-^fxlpO  VOU  *    ���������  / **. / ���������  vi**---*!  rov\riM(\K  ^A0Ml%t^ti--" ~f\ v-^mT-lml^mF'Emffl     f|     Vjk |  *.-������0xm0mm,*-i~,~.m.0~       00.XJ      ., c"*:b tsa n es  ���������4.    m'^mM   vZZZ   ZZml   '~L.    ~-~ 2~?~. '"���������'���������'   *"-"    *"������  *-**"���������*-���������    H*.*    N(-.M     trfWi    Hr-00  M  i#%i f3  Rf ���������* TJ*~7l\ t?$: Tf fft fi*.  M        M    ICM *<������-""   M W m M M  14 y a -T't. ~y~\ u u d u q  Hi-low will be found the list of winners of honor rolls in the principal's  and Miss KaneVi vooms, wbi'ih were  unavoidably omitted from tho list of  promotions, oie., which appi-iiveri in  our last i'lHiie :  Division I.���������Dopot-t.Hi'-nt, Arthur  Gobbett. Regularity and Punctuality  ���������Hose ('benin^toii. ���������'i-oiicii-ncy���������  Marl J'iriu-y. The Inttcr would have  biu'ii awarded to .'Yuik-'s Lyiic. who,  howovor, had received it biHt year.  Divinion U I. ���������-Itegulurity and I'um-  Luality      .Ioi.u I'.-lung*.-r.      Conduct  Ohvi-n    Mvuns. I'l-ollcitMicy���������-��������� Ollii-  ('hri.itic.  on all  Dry  Goods,   Boots  Shoes, Enamelware  and Dishes  Compare our prices, on any  line, with the oilier stores in  town and you will be convinced that our prices are right.  With the 5 per cent, discount  we allow in addition  von will  ��������� i  j --j  .Ip  Ntt Ml  M tt H JV.41%  UIwm'U   titt   LlLiLlLi    *p^  "j"**" "J!,'***l" "*������������������*(       ^"f    ***^        "***r"**W ***���������*"**!��������� ^I*****'li  mt   ml   ml X-        m.      ml      twl  M  M ������ W  M   I ;������!���������   im.-.iiMii..    ..min   11414,441       4.1   cuiiuiis In ltr������mv wlii'ii    tin-   ell i/i-iiH of  til!;!    ll'M'll   Mil'   !;illl||'     ll)      lliMl'l'   II    IIIOVI-  *J Ll II ������l ���������  ^rv'lf..*  1  Prlrn1-*  if  ��������� j:m  ���������'.���������'.i������s  m  ������������������������������������ KX.  w  ZM  .''s*S  "txl  ���������Til  0


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