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C.V FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919  No. 19  Sk        Institute Womeis%  -i^L.  nave tsusy Dession  -~���������- -m^-t *** /"".-^ *..     v������."u    .-������������������J*������4^-��������������� tw**rv������������ wm������> ������������ C������.������pJ    ���������������������.*������.���������������*���������-���������  Iy up to standard the June meeting of  Creston Women's Institute on Friday  afternoon last was one of the busiest  sessions the organization has ever had  ���������at least in the way of putting  through business of considerable importance locally.  During the visit of the Adyisory  Board member, Mrs. Chalmers of  Thrums, last month, among th<*������things  she had to suggest as tending to im-  proye the institute's usefulness was  the recommendation that the Institute should interest at least one of its  members to offer for election as school  trustee. ..The idea was broachen at this  meeting, but after a very full discussion the members decided that for the  present the better plan would be to appoint members to yisit the different  schools from time to time, and the  following were selected for the work:  Erickson, Mrs. B. E. Cartwright:'Can-  yon City, Mrs. Con. Hall; Alice Siding  Mrs. M. B. Long. Creston. Mrs. St.  Jean, Mrs. Lyne. In the educational  department effort the Institute went  on record as favoring the establishment of a normal school at Nelson, the  sh )\v of heads being qnite unanimous,  although some presen t did not vote  either way.  The ladies went unanimously on record as favoring the holding of the 19-  20 Kootenay Women's  Institute   con-  ���������fc-Trt&Yinitx   -it".   (^.-Sf-C.t-r}'*-*,       HPXn-tx  ���������*-*r**^ao/"\lt-ifr-t<-^**r-.   xxrt.cr  put through at this session so as to  have the matter settled ia ample time  to prepare the formal application for  the conference at- the 1919 meeting  which is to be* held at Nakusp, possibly in Augijst. Creston Institute also  went on record as favoring the re-election of Mrs. Chalmers to the provincial board. No move was made, however, to endorse a suggestion from Nel  son that the Creston ladies go on record as favoring the perpetuation of  the 54th Battalion *by making it a permanent militia corps with headquarters at Nelson. C_ther points in Kootenay are urging similarrecognition for  other regiments, so it was decided to  let the matter stand for the present  till at the others are heard from.  A letter was read from Lieut. R.  Sinclair-Smith outlining the aims and  objects of the Woman's Auxiliary of,  the Great War Veterans' Association,  which went into some detail as to the  obligations of those joining it. Preliminary arrangemeuts were also made  for the expected return vifiit of Miss  Hayes, the household science expert,  who will be here probably in November for a font'-or six-day stay. It was  ���������Itraded to havo her specialize in demonstrations on canning meats and  vegetables, as well as on dry cleaning.  Three papers wereread. Mrs. Mal--  landaine giving a timely talk on  child welfare; Mrs. Ebbutt a discourse  on home decorating, while Mrs.Thurs-  ton's effort was on the ideal dining  room. Throughout the afternoon  there was considerable activity at  quilting, twenty-tlve blocks being finished���������almost enough to finish out the  fifth comforter-tlie Indies have made  for tho now Nelfami hospital..  Since the last session six new members have been enrolled, which brings  - tho membership list up to 01. The  usual tea was soi-ved, by Mesdames  Maxwell, Cool;, SItiuiilton and Lyne,  and the ciiHtornary offering for Ked  Cross effort totalled $2.75.  G&tnyon GStzy  4"  I.). lingers, who has been   a   patient  at. tbe Nelson hospital tor some weeks  pant, got homo again on   Wednesday,  considerably improved   in health, and  by taking   IhiiigH   easy    hopes   to   he  shortly iceling his old time sell.  .Strawberry --hipping titarled tit this  point on Monday, when the Iluygent'  & VanAckerun, Knott, Hall and Pochin ranches each  had   a crate or two  The p*.������<p   i.-p a.   d.uwly   one  - t.how'.r of   rain   i.: needed  school by the Women's Institute.  Other points in the Valley are also  having an official visitor named.  Word arrived the fore part of the  week that Mrs. Pochin and little Miss  Helen had arrived safely at Liverpool  after a very pleasant trip across the  Atlantic. She left here about three  weeks ago.  A combination Creston and Canyon  crowd of   young   people   are   having  weekly hops in the Olmstead   residence   this   month,   with   the   music  in  charge of Mr. Chorlton of Creston.  The mill is due to commence operations before the end of the month.  The box factory is running to capacity  and from the present appearances  will utilize at least half a million feet  of lumber atone.  Things were a little mixed np in the  ranch sale last week. It was the North  property that was sold, and the buyer  was Mr Jemmer, master m-echanic at  the Greenhill mines at Blairmore.  There is 23 acres in the place, and the  sale was made at $800 we hear.  A couple of the Holme boys have ai--  rived from Vancouver with the inten-  - Erickson lands are, still   in demand.  I ..xwvrwvv-,     P-.PP+-  x^x0.r.x-x. xi        xixtxi  l--,7.rx..r-ix     .-  VLMLL4.tf^ll    CX  p-F x-SywSvrvr. r.i  cx v., r,  rr rvxvjxv.&S-  ������nnc  t\w  some'bush land their father has in the  Cli-O       KJ > CI 0*vUO  veterans���������with four   birthdays   "-pent  in France to their credit, too.  Alf. Nelson of Taber, Alta., who recently purchased the Saffron Petros-  chuk place, arriyed this week to take  possession. He brings with him Mrs.  Nelson and a family of eight children.  Petrosehnk has changed his mind  about migrating to the prairie and will  most likely buy auother property here  Dolf Johnson is another old-timer  now at Dome Creek, who is renewing  old acquaintances in this section.  No word yet. asJbo when operations  will start on the hew bridge. Engineer  Ramsay wats-'a Valley visitor last week  but so far no one has been heard from  *��������������� ^-  that has  heard   anything   about   the  bridge in connection with his visit.  cash deal for two five acre lots' south  of the station oxi. the-river bank. The  buyers are twp Smith brothers, who  come from Bellvue, Alta.  Mrs. Ryckman was a visitor at  Cranbrook a few days the latter part  of the week. SJae is "expecting her son,  Pte. John RycTsmarii and bride*from  overseas .any day now. He arrived at  Halifax over a week ago.  Mi-. Willson of C-ilgary, who purchased the ten acres next"-- the Penson  ranch last week, is here and as soon as  his effects arrive will be busy at clearing. He is a eabinet maker by trade.  An official .school visitor has been  named for Erickson by the Valley  Women's Institute, and Mrs. .E. Cartwright. has been asked to act this capacity. The idea is to ^have a visitor  instead of a lady trustee.  The June drop is not seriously thinning out any of the apples, -ind from  present appearances there will have  Us be a lot of hand work.      Mcintosh,  CJ_5 -.'-_���������   TT!~.' ..Il        * 3S~aX���������       ,-    '. ,���������  opica ttupj jn.ioj-,3   .tin    luuiip^auc    tx   vci'J  much heavier yield .than in 1918.  The M. R. Palmer lanch is"*a.\vsirded  the 1919diploma for having new potatoes for dinnei, the noonday spread  yesterday featuring new spuds of excellent quality and size for the middle  of June.  Announcement is  made   that   cotu-  Forks rancher to cut alfalfa this year  ���������on June 5th. This" is almost three  weeks earlier than last year.  30.000.000 Feet  At Bonners Ferry crude oil is being  placed on all the sloughs and water-  holes adjoining the town with a view  to abating the mosquito nuisance.  Another government cheque for  $5000 has been received by the new  hospital at Nelson. This makes $82,-  500 paid of a $40,000 government grant  Rossland's lady high school principal was not a distinguished success, and  at June 1st the trustee had to bring in  a male teacher to finish out the   term.  After'pay ing all expenses in connection with the banquet to C.P.R. president Beatty at Nelson a credit balance of $3.60 remains. -The spread cost  $396.  Teachers salaries at Cranbrook received a generous boost at the June  trustee meeting. The principal of both  the hi������-h and public school will each receive $2000 next year, wJiile all the  other teachers .on the staff were raised  $100.  On top of a light yieid of cherries-  Kaslo is worrying because the quantity of driftwood coming down the lake  p-jiis year is aiso li-*-.u. and y isions ot increased fuel bills is already distm-bing  tbe slumber of many of the retired citizens.  To Log,  Years  j-kT.<-i*.������-i*^-ir������ *r������  ������������������ V*.i������"���������"���������   \-.7������-cZ~r ��������� ~^...tr-\\r-x.r\v\  ,;u  a resiufint express aj^ent n* tue person  of Miss Marion Swanson of Creston  who wiii attend to aii details of shipping express this season. The office will  be open from 10 a.rh. until the departure of the afternoon train. If the company is agreeable a wire will be placed  in the station and-^telegraph business  handled as well. This is a  convenience  TCVifplrvinrp,  Viae   lr>t������o-     wjinforrt       stnrl  l-.l-p.c������Tr  are sure to find in Miss Swanson a capable agent. With tnis office open it is  likely considerable of the Canyon City  shipping will be done here.   ������   The sawmill commenced the season's  cut on Mouday with a crew of a dozen  men employed. There are about 300,-  000 feet of logs in the yard, but that  that will hardly be sufficient to take  care of the business already in sight  for the box factory.  Messrs. Dewar and Ofner were-at  Sanca over the week-end trying out  the fishing, but had a very light catch  ���������just enough for eating purposes  while away.  Cecil Moore, Who has heen at Birch-  bank for the past few months, has  joined up with the mill and box factory staff for the year.  - Dayo Dow and Clark Moore of ('res-  ton arrived this week, nnd are working at the M. Wignen sawmill���������the  former handling the yard team.  Chas. Fass of Creston has a couple  of men here busy at land clearing operations on a 30-iu-re tract he owns adjoining Uri brothers.  Olom. Payette is handling the mill  boarding house, whieh opened this  week. Already about a dozen men  quartered there,  Edward Buttertield got back from  service in Siberia a few days ago after  Hpen.n'ng a, couple of weeks in qnaran-  "tine at Vancouyer, due to a few cases  of mumps developing on tlie trip home.  He and Douglas were at Proctor for a,  dance on Monday gight.  NMr. Sutherland of Nelson, tlu- pro-  uinctal boiler intspector, wiih here lust  week talc iti j'.; un olnVial look over (he  boiler at tbe Wigen mill, as well aa  the hoik*)'!*" that have just been installed <\\ the \Vinlaw ������������������nwniill.  fill   .'XlXilt.  iieav.  .ui  AtuMip, tvvt'-iki.c i.utiplo wri'i' ill ai.i.nn-  daix-e nt the (hst of the season dances  at the tlnbhoutie on Saturday night.  The music wan furnlahed by Mensrs.  Kiugheim, both of whom aro yiolinitit:.  and a line time wan bud by all. A  number autoeii down irom Creston.  at, once to etiHiire even ti  75   per   cent.)  crop. j  Mi-:. ('...'.   '".-iii h:.  At   .Kiu'ln   present,  net as dtiili K :  b,-rial   (til  th:  'TV!.*  hen"  judical ioiu*  ������������������op will   I;.-  a i'i-.  Canyon i nun-ialuy lighter than   laid, year,  Presbyterian pastor Lyon of Crau-  bwjok is shouting for a woman school  trustee in that town.  The moonlight waltz has struck Sil-  yerton. There they call it the serpentine waltz by moonlight.  The Kettle Valley Railway employees located at Penicton are organizing  to start a co-operative store in that  town.  The provincial government has given $750 to help defray the expenses of  the mining convention at Nelson this  week.  Trail Italians, who are leaving for  sunny Italy these days, are reported  to be cashing in on their Victory  Bonds.  The Great Northern is considering  tearing up tho rails . on its Grand  Forks-Phoenix branch, according to  tlie Gazette.  New Denver supplied 18 men for the  great war, nrne of whom were killed,  though seyeral of them were wounded  and gassed.  Out of a eliiRi* of 'Al talcing the first.  aid course of instruction at Trail this  spring, it is expected 20 will obtain  pasH standing.  Tbe Kootenaian nayr. that only a  few and small gangs are busy at the  north end of Kaslo riding on road  work this year.  After four yearn at. the helm VV. II.  Willcox ban nold   the   Trail   Newulo  i**   ���������* i        I"*"1 i" "t ������ m-  0.   \,v     i   I       <   >l 4i   *-'      ���������   <i    S  v    I   4        *    -i >.       *   i   J   ������>   it,    '     I,      1-   ���������*      ..p, III!      .'i-l'i.,  Clark and Hall-  Last week Ivaslo PresbyterianH presented their organi������d. with a purse of  $,r)(), aii a alight token ot appreciation  of Hevoral yearn HeryiceH. /  At Trail the Kow.ii.iK.ttt gat.hcroii  in $(10 via tho amusement,   tax process  mini.'/   j.... \ .    in .....   .in ������>p   ii.  ..in,  iimii  the inoving picture tbeatrcM.  T.     I'iuIjv'U     wan   lhe    lin.l,   Ut.otPi  MBk^ssmir  ���������    '.       ������  Our old*friend Sam Bysouth; is keeping the town fairly well supplied with  dairv butter this season. At his ranch  near Kuskanook he has five cows milking and is turning out a "fine sample of  butter in generous quantities.  Mrs. Jones was "-through here on  M^onday en' route from Neisoh on a  business trip to'Creston. She" reports  having green peas and new potatoes  aAunost ready for use, while new tur-  M.ne  Svavyjx  ixajxvv  rvv-i   tVidL  Hill   rvf fo.,A cmno  .0.01x4     .XXX  .   xr      XTX-X...      XI.1      \r X. Xr      XT,..     X-X      .44.V     PJ������...>P-  early in the month.  Mr.-Collett, a returned soldier from  Vancouver, has been looking over Lot  2636 and, we understand, has /nade  application purthase the same, with  the intention of going into cattle raising pending the development of an  orchard.   ***  Kuskanook boasts two motor boats  this season, the newest one being a  i-eal speeder, the property of Sam By-  south. It is a 22 h.p. craft ilnd can  readily negotiate the trip "from Boswell to Kuskanook���������about 18 miles���������iu  an hour.  With the return of C. O. Rodgers,  manager of the Canyon City Lumber  Co., Ltd., who got back from Victoria  on Sundav, complete details of .the  sale of the 7000-acre tract at Canyon  City to the provincial Land Settlement Board are available.  The buy includes all the unsold portions of Block 812. with the exception  of the present sawmill site and yards,  and the 320 acres which Mr. Rodgers  is developing as a stock farm. Practically syeaking the land starts at th<*  top of the hill, but also takes in any  unsold ten-acre blocks scattered  through the settled part of the district.  2500 acres are taken over at once���������  the agreement of sale dating from  June 12th���������and a like area will be taken June, 1920, and the balance hi June  1921, at which date all lands must be  logged off by the Company, though  they are under no obligation to have  the logs-manufactured into lumber.  A c ct-/.T������jn'a onuna  pi f   tr\\.x  rippll   ic liv*rT>i t.-  XAO     X. \IX ��������� X . . ^.Xr    4Jrr4*4.w    ...     ^..������v^     x���������..xm      rx-     . ..Z.l~      ...  ed it will be necessary for the Company to get busy at sawing Operations  at once. In -addition to the logs In the  mill yard, it is figured there is still  30,000,000 feet of standing timber on  the 2000 acres of bush.  In discussing matters generally  Mr.  Rodgers gathered the impression that  the Laud Settlement Board   proposed,  to open the whole intia! 2500   acres to  soldier settlement- in   40-acre   lilocks.  undf-r the generous  terms   previously  outlined,   and     that   the    surveyors  would be leaving   Victoria before the  end of the month to start subdividing  so that the -Bye-acre clearing   on each  ranch holding could be proceeded with  immediately. _ .  Mss&m mWimfiis^  Provincial engineer Ramsay,Nelson,  and road superintendent Moore of  Kaslo, were visitors here tho latter  part of,the week looking over the  roads in this section. It is stated that  Mr. Ramsay is urging the works department to sanction the making of a  good road  from   the  tower to Kuska-  Jas. Compton left on Sunday for  Vancouver, where is attending the  1919 session of Masonic Grand Lodge,  which opened on Wednesday.  Mrs. M.B. Long is enjoying her yisit  at Washington state points so well  that she has nccided to prolong it another month. The Women's Institute  has just appointed her district visitor"  at Alice Siding school.  W. A. Pease, who was away the*latter part of the week looking the Windermere country over, got back on  Monday.  A couple of coyotes are making  things livelyat nights for the residents  west of the C.P.R. tracks. The animals, apparently, came over from the  | Corn Creek country before tbe flats  flooded, and so far they have been unable to make Ibe rci urn trip.  J. A   Vaness and faniiiv arrived the  middle  of  last  wee!:,   and  taken  thc latter point t,o that uuto������ can  run  onto C.P.R. steamers.  nook, including the replanking of tho possession .of the Walters ranch,which  bridges and widening them about 20 j he has purchased. The place is badly  inches. Mr. Ramsay expects that if grown np bnt be is already getting  the much-discussed trans-provincial I thing.-*: a lit tie more presentable. - His  highway is gone on with it. w^H be j car of effects came on Monday,  from here to Kuskanook by bridging j Tho eastbonnd tl���������in CitUlUwnw.t\ tlu-  the  canyons and putting m a p.er at | st(,p al ^ Rt.wl & MaUn.r Ha|1  s,)lUh  | depots on Wednesday, though as yet  I berry shipments are light. This year-  Mr. and Mrs. Perine and Mrs. Mc- ��������� '"l' Union haye Frank Staples hand-  Kinley of San .lose, Calif., who arrived I ������������������������������������K ,l.>'' billing along the line from the  early last week, equipped with Ashing ] Wynndel to Canyon. Morgan Pease is  tackle and other paraphrenalia, in- j >������������ c.,������,i*K-* <>f loading ,o|ieratiou.s at  tending   to     spend     the   next    three , ���������**'��������������������������� ���������'������������������''��������� ������������������ <*ro--'-::ig.  months with Mrs. Jones at Kuskanook i     >*-ol being quit.- ���������>. invited   as the  had to alter their holiday plans due to'wvundel vo.m- o.-ople. but beine-  the fact that Mr. Perine found the al- better judges of i ealdancing, the Alec  tifndo too high for him, and after but Siding delegation were wise enough  three days'stay had fo start on the to Htav ollt )>f l]ux ^ ali-/ing contest at  return trip. Tho ludie-i are coti-dtis of iwihill. Jf \\\ .m.i.-i lakes any pride  J-.ii*-*). .limes, who accompanied them to ;it being placed in the awkward s(|Uad  N'-"*'0'"- ! on occasions of   the   sort   no   one   at  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby and   Mrs. l.eu-  i\.4.i i.iwi i!>;(.b������p ,i t"    .. ...,, /'.- ��������� ���������. ,i  lers on Tuesday.  Mayor Daly ntl.-t been selected as i.iit*  Sirdar delegate lo the big l.ibcial  convention at Ottawa in Aiii/ust. He  and   Conductor Jack,on   are   in   ->-.mi  ie  iimi tci. ami  Alice Siding, at   any   rate,  I Iti*in I iii'ir I In*i i' ii������>t i ii ii*I v.  will  envy  weekly  p-.t'iib-i I'lirii on  i.i    ..it i >   ""'"h        * it   !������������������:������������������!: !'*���������'..'..���������*���������.     !.;*.;:::; *.- v  in hi:. Way, Wot, iti.  ��������� !t:ini' a ti;-b! Mtj-* I r  <il national allutiii.  ..in i iii|- 11 im-  tr**--.-! ������������������'   *)'..-  !  .).-  (i. II. Itiildi-e-'nt b iel- on Monday  from Swift Current, bringing a:: al-  uii't-l new King [,i\ pvith him. Mis  p.irtuer, ll.irry Iki-rell.    got   as far an  Wnrdner with   a    Mr-Luoghlin    which  \...    xir.i.:.... ;.      .. i. ..    r..:...������;....    ...      i,,..  .,...    -....,...     .. ���������       ,.,.i.l        .r.������..p^...|_g        Pi",        .....  V\.i-    iiiiin'   HI.     ������i.>"if      i.U'      i.,liiii>-.        but  *-b'i������il������l lii'lii*!.'   iiip   ibi\' now.  \������.  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T*i������8-/BV   5m*7-75*iI'**.>SC  vhi Sd���������t   xribuuivw  Prevents Headaches  Insures Health  Puts   Vim,   Snap,   Vitality   and  Briskness Into Run-down  Men and Women  Vou who arc nervous, urea  plavcd out can quickly get back thc  best of health bv purifying and clinching the blood with Dr. Hamilton's  Pills. " This wonderful medicine will  -make you feci better thc lirst day.  A real assistant to nature, full ot  touing-up power ��������� these arc health-  renewing principles in Dr. Hamilton's  Pills  that  accomplish  so  much  good.  Your liver will work right if toned  with Dr. Hamilton's l'ills. Thc bowels will move, out of the system all  wastes and impurities.    Your stomach'  The report also shows that on  armistice day the total strength of the  Canadian forestry corps was 31,447,  including 13 companies of prisoners  of war numbering 5.021. At thc time  thc armistice was signed over 70 percent, of the total timber used by thc  allied armies on tiie western front  was supplied by the Canadian forestry corps.  The number of Canadian officers  attached or seconded to the imperial  troops or other forces outside lhc  military forces of Canada was 1,281  at thc date of thc armistice. Of these  824 were seconded or attached to the  C**.  hock left Her  Weak and Nervous  COULD NOT SLEEP  DAY SCHOOL LESSON!  LESSON FOR JUNE 8  Royal Air Force. Also on November  11, 191*3, 384 officers were seconded  to the. war office for military duties.  "It is gratifying to record," says  thc report, "that since the overseas  military forces of Canada first went  into  action  thev  have been  awarded  When the system receives a shock  of any kind, the heart becomes weakened, the nerves unstrung, the appetite poor, faint and weak feelings  come over you, you can't sleep at  night, and you wonder if life is worth  living.  To all those who suffer front nervous shock we would recommend Mil-  burn's Heart and Nerve kills as the  best remedy to tone, up thc entire  systcm and strengthen the weakened  organs.  Mrs. J. J. Bnnyan, Pilot Butte,  Sask., writes: "I have used Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve l'ills after having  .suffered from a terrible shock to my ���������  OBEDIENCE  I. A Notable Example of Obedience *  (Gen. 12:1-4).  At the command of God Abraham  went out not knowing whither he  went (Hcb. 11:8). His was not the  obedience of convenience or prudence.  To separate from .home and kindred  and take up the life of a pilgrim was  not easy. Abraham did not stop to  ask why, or what hc would get out  of it. The obedience that asks why  is not obedience at all.  erves Shattered  by Operation  A Most Extraordinary Case of Extreme Nervous Exhaustion and  Kesiiest Suffering From Headaches���������Now Entirely Cured  Mrs. George Hall, Meadow- Brook  Farm, Wcstasta Vaiiey, Saslc, writes;  "It is with great pleasure I say a few  words of praise for Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food.  "Five years ago, while living in  Montreal, I suffered terribly with a  severe pain in the right temple. For  four months I could not even bend  or stoop down to do anything without  holding    the  right side    of my head  will be put in order, digestion will bc\       van]s of 1? 0Q0 nicdals   honors and  perfect,  aud  as  a   result  your   health  is bound to be permanently improved.  Jo be always in good spirits, to enjoy your meals, to sleep well and have  lots of energy to work with, use Dr.  Hamilton's Pills regularly. No medicine for general family use so good.  Sold evervwlicre. in 25c boxes.  ���������Serial Story  Unavoidably Omitted  Wc arc obliged to omit thc serial  filory this week, but same will appear  again in an early issue.  awards, including 61 Victoria Crosses,  1,182 Military Crosses, 19 Distinguished Conduct Medals, and 6,610  Military Medals."  "The discipline of thc overseas  military forces of Canada for thc  year 1918," states thc report, "was  distinctly satisfactory, and this was  largely due to the efficient administration and discipline by commanding  officers, and to thc esprit de corps  which had been nourished and developed among all ranks of the Canadian  I forces."  i ���������  r-n-������mnMe, Ujb-S-m  **tj("-:ri"[tcfciiS  iJs-'i&ig  Stolen Machinery  For Canadians  Troops of Dominion Took the Lead  in War's Sternest Battles  The report of the overseas military  forces of Canada tabled in the house  of commons at Ottawa last week by  Sir Edward Kemp, overseas minister  ������i militia, contains 533 printed pages.  It is a comprehensive, history of the  activities of thc Canadian forces during the war period with definite data  as   to  the   strength  of  the  personnel  QtUcrs hod brcn  worked to  death in  of    the various organizations    at thc   Germany, and knows that four more  time of thc signing of the armistice.      arc stlU m Jiclguim.   The whereabouts  "I    welcome,"    says    Sir    Edward!191   lhc  remaining   sixty-four   are   un-  Kcmp, in a preface to thc report, "this (known to him.  ii.  uic Motive oi wocciicncc UOnn ; ^th nty hand, the pain was so severe.  14-21 ""4*1 . ��������� **esiu-cs t"c headache, there was a dis-  '    '"*>��������� "        : charge from my right ear also, but it  lhe  grand  incentive    of obedience! caused no pain ��������� only thc constant  ii,, r shock io mv |;s jov    tQ Qoti    'j*iic obedience that is  pain in my temple.   I could not sleep,  a, 1'nor^oi^ ���������** of ->*-**" or the hope of re- and if I lay dow.n at right I could not  a  d   my ������appcli?c   was������Vcr7poo"J lUard is not true obedience, therefore  *" ������* *������<* ������? off the pillow with-  .11       ,ii ,i    Vi *.i     i . .    , ,     r 4-.   ,       .-X  ,     out ������"py husDanu pairing Ins hand un-  could not walk across the floor witn-  has uot thc approval of God.      Only' <lcrne5,fth the back of nlv ncck to y.{t  out trembling allovcr. ...      , the   child  who  reverences   his   father, tin-  im      .   could not bear it any Jon-  f my friends persuaded  mc to go to one of the hospitals and  consult a doctor, so I went to the  Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal;  there they examined me and told me  that it would have, to be an 'indoor  case,' that 1 would have to be operated on. After 1 had been there four  days they operated, and found that I  had a clot of blood on the brain. Thcy  said it was marvellous that L pulled  (1) Their real existence. Ever since  through after thc  operation, as they  God has had a people false prophets  and   teachers   have   appeared   among  Machine Guns Alarm Berlin ��������� ?."��������� This. ncc,d "oi sur*>rise us*for    i Christ predicted  that such  should be  thc case.  (2) Their nature (v. 15).    (a) Hypo-*  ! critical.   The devil does his most suc-  "1 ��������� had . hot  flushes     a  spells. When I was on thc  of your Heart and Nerve Pills, 1 be  gan to feel that they were, doing mc  good, so  I kept  on  unjtil  I  had used  six boxes, when I felt like a different  person.  "I am never without them in the  house, and highly recommend them to  all who suffer with their heart."  j*'" '���������*-'"- *'"** ���������-���������--"i"-*���������"*���������*" -*���������"��������� -*-������������������*"���������"������������������      ���������*--������������������������������������.*���������. <-crneatli trie  jthc  child  who  reverences  his   father] me up.    1 cot  second1 box  a*u* affectionately strives to obey him- gcr.     Some  o  "      ~ *     ' enjoys his loving favor.     The   obedi-   '''���������" f*"* " -"-"* '  encc which springs out of a heart of  love issues in a life of joy and friendship with God (John 15:10-14).  III. The Solemn Obligation of Obedience (Matt. 7:16-29),  (     1.  Warnings  against  false  prophets  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve kills arej /vv> 15.2O)  50c   a   box  at  all   dealers,   or  mailed       Zi\ n-t.S.  direct on receipt  of price by Thc T.  Milburn  Co.,  Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  t  1 Shooting  men  Belgian Engineer Says Factories Are  in Full Swing  Thc    process    of    extracting    from  Germany the machinery she has stolen is an arduous one.  An engineer who has just returned  from a quest in thc neighborhood of  Cologne found four out of thc eighty  machines removed from his works bc- . , ., . .  tween Tan. S, 1915, and Dec. 7, 1917.  o������ -^t������onal    defence, prohibiting pro  He discovered incidentally that eight  fusions during the period of martial  law.  Government  troops  broke up  their  demonstration by firing in thc air.  xju<s    to    wounaea  isting on Parading  Berlin. ��������� Down town Berlin was  thrown into a state of wild excitement  by machine gun firing iu the XJntcr  den Xgindcn. Some persons in the  neighborhood fled for safety, but others swarmed to. the scene. Thc shooting was due to a large group of wounded men insisting on parading, despite  thc order of 'Gustavc  Noskc, minister-  had given mc up for over four days.  1 was in the hospital 10 weeks, and  my doctors said I would always suffer.with mj- nerves, because thc operation was such, a serious one it shattered my nerves all to pieces. After  I came home 1 could not bear any  noise or excitement,    if the  children  would shout or  l-pi tvrr   * !  ie tioor i wotild  ccssful work by masquerading as an | jump and give a ��������� sharp  cry, and my  angel of light (II. Cor. 7:14, 15).   His  hanti would fly to my head  opportunity of expressing to the fortes who have served in aii theatres in  all capacities my heartfelt appreciation of their magnificent achievement.  Wherever a stern or difficult task had  to be performed, wherever the fight  was fiercest, Canadian troops were in  lhc forefront, by their valor, patience,  and skill upholding and increasing a  in-own which will endure for .all  time."  "kurthc--,     1  ������������������kinks  to  those  ior..*.'.-*. I  By  ���������.!*..'!���������  n-,.1. a*,..  *-ibk. ar  would     express     my!  in  charge  of  thc admit.'..-.; ration     and     training     of     our  .it I; ir.  Fr;...i-'- ,.:.d in  k.npland.  ��������� < tV.'ii !'.*y ;it*.d    wholehearted  r -v:*.r \\' ������������������".���������.-���������'i s were made pos-  '���������  v.-.-y  ������������������..���������:;.���������:'.'.'-i\ < k   proved to  I.i   *.'';%���������_  ���������';������������������   .*;*i.--<*'   soldier, im-  ���������':     ���������'-..'���������   --.'kit     of  loyalty  and  '::���������.'..   ���������...'.:.;!)���������.    '..:<���������' <\\:A ni Ii'id.S''-  '.   ��������� ...���������'..   '.--..:���������  .-. life-long  study."  ������������������ ������������������    ��������� .'.I.--   ���������..<���������.:.-   -.-. hielt   tell  in  .'..���������.���������*'.  ���������';. ���������   -*��������� ������������������;.��������� .".;"  the  inccp-  '-..... ' ..'. '.'.- -���������:    .-.��������� -I    :'.'.-������������������ .-.-d   '.'.l*   the |  '.k   -'---���������',       ;'    ���������!-.-     1 'an a dim', j  ..:.-     : ��������� p'i-'.,--   ,..'':,     informal ion 1  i.r -     ���������.'-.���������,    :-. -, ��������� ���������;,     ���������.���������.���������a.-'.kaUv   a \  .1 "i.'i-  ��������� 11 > r 11 ��������� 11  JJ- -. Tip  ��������� 'p.   ''.!,  ���������!'  This observer reports that not only-  arc thc German factories in full  swing, but that thcy have been considerably enlarged during thc war and  show abundant signs of prosperity,  largely owing to the machinery stolen  from Belgium and France which has  been sold to them by thc German Government for almost nothing. But  what is particularly exasperating is  that thc Germans have been keeping  their own machines for use. after thc  war and have been making munitions  almost entirely with stolen machines,  whieh, having been working night and  day with inferior oil, which, alone is  available, are now mostly only lit for  the scrap heap.  Not only docs one see the  German  .machines   resting   while   similar   Bcl-  / gian   and   Ere rich   machines   b}-   their  side art* at work, but stores and German   machine   tool   works  are   full  of  brand new machine tools.  This state ol" things, coupled with  the extreme difficulty, because of  German mendacity, of tracing mach-  ������,���������-��������� ,>!��������� lnissinir parts, and with thc  iiMftnotis amount of red tape involv-  ' ed in claiming machines, makes the  il.el-.mm-, whose works are idle and  ; whose workmen are unemployed,  1 more than ever resent their not being  '������������������ilk.v, "<! to take German substitutes in  tphiii- of tho-e worn out or destroj-cd.  I!..- rir.niHir -iici-ests as the only  rhttion     ihat    the    Germans    should  r/tLE. miu rtx-i\i-  Owe     Their     Condition    to     Weak,  Watery Blood ���������- How to  Regain Strength  Every woman's health is peculiarly  dependent upon the condition of her  blood.     Far  too  many  women  suffer  ministers appear in this way and turn  people from thc narrow to the broad  way. (b) This is suggested by their  being "ravening wolves." It is when  the wolf is in sheep's clothing that he.  docs his most destructive work. Thc  enemies of Christ posing as his ministers are most destructive.  (3) The unfailing "test (vv. 16-1S).  Their fruits. If one gives sufficient  time for development the. fruit can be  discerned. Every tree bears its own  kind of fruit. Nature is inexorable, in  her law as to this. You may search  the universe in vain for au exception.  It is equally true in the spiritual  world. There is a vital connection  between thc faith of a heart and thc  fruit of a life. That which comes out  in thc conduct was first in the heart.  A right heart is essential to right conduct. Give the false teachers sufficient time and observe closely and you  with   headaches,    pains in    thc back,  poor appetite,  weak digestion,, palpi-j will find that their lives will prove the  tation of thc heart, a constant feeling  of weariness, shortness of breath, pallor and nervousness. Of course all  these symptoms may not be present  in any particular case. They are.  merely a warning that thc. blood is  out of order, and that it is thin and  watery, and if you note any of these  teaching,  (*1) Their end (v. 19). All false  teachers shall, finally bc punished by  being cast into thc fire. Although God  bears long, he will sec to it that this  wickedness docs not go ou   for ever.  2. The dangers of empty profession  Sti**-*- nervous systcm was completely exhausted and I  had no'appetite  whatever.  Two months after this 1 had to follow  my husband to the Northwest, where  he  had  gone  previous   to  my illness.  Thc doctors told mc 1 was running a  great risk to go so soon.    However.  I came, and, after T reached my destination in Saskatchewan 1 was in bed  for some weeks with a nervous break-  I down.    I was going nearly crazy with  my head.   A friend ������slced my husband  to try Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.    He  went to town  (which is fifteen miles  from here) and bought two boxes/   I  commenced taking them, and certainly   felt  much  benefitted.     I   took  six  boxes in all, and I now feel like a different woman.    1 have no pain in my  head, my  system  is  built up,  and  I  can sleep like a top.    My appetite is  splendid, thc    children can    make as  much noise as they like, and it does  not bother mc.    I am certainly cured,  and  I  want  to  express  my heartfelt  appreciation of your wonderful medicine.       I  shall always recommend !t  and teii others about it."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 ccntg  a box, a full treatment of 6 boxes fo*  $2.75, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto. Do  not bc talked into accepting a substi=  tutc.    Imitations only disappoint.  symptoms    111  your    own  case,     you  should lose no time in taking the pro-   (vv. 1.1-23).  per steps to  enrich and    purify     thej     Calling  Christ "Lord"  will  not 11.11-  blood.      Anaemia -- poverty    of  the ; swcr ror disobedience.to his will.   One.  blood  -is a  tnost  insidious  disease <.  and  il   allowed   to   run   will   end  in  a ���������*  complete    breakdown of    the. system, -or preacher, and  even  perform  many  Dr. Williams'    I'ink Tills arc, beyond'mighty works, as easting    out    devils  doubt,      the   greatest      blood-making I ;U1(*. healing the. sick and yet hear the  Street Cars and  rv.uiig Oi  tonic offered the public today. l-'or  more than a t'uartc-r of a century they  have been thc stand-by of hundreds of  thousands of people in all parts of  the world. No other medicine has  ever achieved ptieh world-wide popularity, and thc reason is that this  medicine  does what is claimed  for it,  awful declaration of Jesus Christ, "1  never knew you," "depart  from  me."  3. Thc one. and only safe, way (vv.  2-1-29).  (1) Hear lhe sayings of Christ. To  do  this,  one  must  prayerfully  attend  it  111  ..hi  -17'j, |  111 f--111 *-.��������� 1 \.-:-, b'--  obliged to produce, all  mi   -i;-.:/  pari,   whieh  are  often  hidden  in   i.k-.-ttre   store   house,   each   factory  ��������� i.oiihl he made t., furnish a list show-  i- ,;   ���������.l-'-i'i'   it-    v * r.lfu   machines   came  1*111:1.    and  for    iua< hines not    found  j-.-. it' ii   iiii':'' months and for machines  ������������������-.:'!.'.   ���������������������������-   .������������������<..''... ..ml  m.ii hiii.:s dci'troy-  -.!,     -i\'.i\\. al. -nt     maeliines    should bc  ' -.i.il.rl .... cr to ilu* lU-I<.'ian industries,  .   io li'- trtkrii from German inai-li-  -,...1   ii,.il-.������T" and  indu-.ti'iec.  !:-"    -i'-h*   of   s-.tolrn   raw   materials  .'������������������:.,a. -.-.  1 i,r* one tiling, after ma -  1' -! ���������-���������. o 1 ���������;    1 r 1 ���������-1 ���������-. t    .'".orcly   m-eds  ;,   -        '      ...a! '       thr   Ib-lf-Mum;   nl  fi,: .'.-., .   .-���������,   thr   : j.;ht   of   tll"Mr  " ; ���������  ' d   ni   t I r riirnn-  enriches  aud  purifies   the  blood,   thus ; to reading the Word of God and medi-  brifigiiig new strength to every organ I tatc upon the same.  and every nerve in thc body.    In  this       (j)   *-)0    u],ut     (/|,n\s-.     commands,  way   Dr.   Williams'   kink   kills     bring1  new  health  to  weak,  despondent people.      Among the    many    who    speak  highly of this medicine is  Mrs.  1 .ouis j Such building can never be destroyed1.  I*).  karsh, Windsor, <>nt., who says:   -  *)y (lood ami storm.    Hearing and not!  Hearing  and doing  the  teachings  of  Christ     is  building    upon  solid  rock.  -;���������--��������� ���������     rr���������'   p*-p  p*p* ~*~t  fit     ^W ������*W1 ���������  r.lr.r..'.?-:.  .-t       U   . H I I   M ������|  - -m* *||   m~*-*   **->-*ml ���������-j-,  t.ttiU- - Murine for P*d-  smmmL 0   ne<>9, Sor-frrieifi, Grar.ula-  jjjjp* **j^ jjjQSi ���������^j^ }If,n.!rrhin2an'lTbirnlri*j  W-xjjJ  V*J()" t",r r*  i'-re.n r,r KvlM*.*  *-'..;,-.:!.-' f.:- f)'A  .7   1114V   ij.i.4.7.0.   L.'..'',.L:"...Li"  C-  ii������ r^,*it1.1r-n,-4������!.   h+t   .tint  Uni|(^u<  Itit Mp)-"ll-"-' ~>t>r.n Vrtur ������.yr.������ ,.rrr.��������� x^mi.t. ~.  '..  Mltiriri*   mM*/40   mx~~.0-x,0,    ���������-.,   __  "���������"  ir~~  ���������i'n   nr.ti������  !l    ',1  1             ..-Oil  ll.iv     iieanl     of     thc  ,-     i    !  '.���������:,: lit  a  baptir.m, who,  hr-iirl  thr {M-dmothri answer  to   tl  r   qurfition     nf,   to   the  1    .1    .   1    4    '     .             1  ,���������.4,.  tc.Al:    "For  thf  lira 1.,  'i !������������������.   .A.-A-: .-:.U.vAf.   h  \    ' r      11 j  ��������� ���������         p   *,.... 1 ���������  III".           >)l            UK     .*>    >���������..������.           ������  <4.li.Wt V.  ::  i   1 ti  ' 1'' 1"   ' ���������' ll-'t-  ��������� 1 ��������� ���������"   '��������� j  "It would be impossible for me to recommend Dr. Williams' I'ink kills too  highly.     Some   yeaiN  a^o   J   \\ a.*,  \.vy  thin and pah-;  I  suffered many of lln-.  symptoms  of  anaemia,     and     always  fell tired, depressed and weak.    I  hail  tried   several   medicines,  but  they   did  not seem to help mc.   Then acting on  the advice of a friend, 1 began Inking  Dr.   Williams'   I'ink   kills.     Before   I  h:\'\ u***ed     half  :i dozen    boxes   1   was  actually feeling like a new person and  had  gained   nine  pounds     in     weight.  J   continued     i.ikiiiK     lhc    j.ilk  until   1  had  taken  a  do/en  boxes, ami     from  that  linn-   1  have  always enjoyed  the  jirsi   of  health.        1   freely   write   you  thi*. letter in  llic hope thai, some  \\o-  111.ih   111   need   .is   I    was   \\.ll   .''    j(,   :\'.\d  hr. benefited as 1 have been."  Most of the troubles that affect  mankind air due to impoverished  l.lo...I. und will protupth* disappear ii  thc bloini is Imtti up and h'iuu. ii. ..  ymi arc ;.ilir.f.'. Rive. thr. greatest of  tonic inediciiie'. a fair (rial and it will  not dl-..ippoini you. Dr. Williams'  I'ink kill, can bc procured through  ���������my dealer in medicines, or_ will b"*  I 6*-nt bv mail ut r������0o a bos 01 si:; boxe'-.  jJos-5.  lied I  doing Christ's sayings is bu  upon the sand which in time of tin  storm uf God's wrath and judgment  will bc utterly destroyed. Obedience  must  follow hearing Christ.  Coast Veterans to  Support  Law  Vancouver.���������-The Great War Veteran:',   of   Vam*Oliver   :il   a   recent   nicel-  Elcctric  Railway Company Haa Approached Government on  Question ���������  Victoria, B.C.���������Thc change in the  rule of the road, so as to make driving to thc right effective in this province, which is to become operative  at the beginning of 1920, has aroused  strong objection from the British Columbia Electric. Railway Company,  the only tram car system in British  Columbia. The company has approached thc government on the  question, and explains that a very  large sum of money will have to be  expended in thc alteration .".f existing  rolling stock in order to conform to  the requirements demanded by ������  change from thc present rule, of turn-  (linKiing to the left.  LEMONS MAKE SKIN  WHITE, SOFT, CLEAR  Make This Beauty Lotion for a FcW  Cents and See for Yourself  What girl or woman hasn't heard of  lemon     juice  10     remove euinijlt.*.iOr;  ��������� ,     *        1   .1 1 .1 * 1 r    lemon       liuee.   it*       teiuuvc   v.ijii>iji*w.*.ipj*������  ,ng pledged themselves on the side of, [,,,1,,^,^.  to whilcn lhe sI<ln and to  law and order with respect to the pre-, *,,..;,,,,. n,,,  ,*ie r,>St.S( the freshness and  ���������sent industrial unrest throughout the. tin* hidden beauty'r But lemon juice  Dominion and passed a resolution alone is acid, therefore irritating, and  stating that thc members opposed any  insurrectionary or riotous attempts  that mii'ht imperil the. safety and security of fellow citizen.--.. The resolution   was   carried   practically   uuanim-  .-._,.      '     ��������� ���������"���������'>���������'*     l.r-l'in     1.',',-      ,!.',,,      ll'.lt*     -I       ,!,,-  yen who voted against  it.  .' '���������) \r:   V.-iiting    I lie   i )r.   Willi.Oils  I'M-    p   <������.,    lllOl Up, k.U',   < Jilt.  I. ������ -  Ip"  Mill.  1  n. ii- tr.th.i.  "Bach  to  cried;  "Back  to lhc. j'.n m  So   he  ptll   his   b.ok  ilidi  I Inn 1.1I1   lo  -i. e   lin  Tvvatt Ever Thus  the  farm,"   the   young   man  r       .      ���������������  lo 1     ll.l.  lo   I In-   fa 1 in  uul  should bc mixed with orchard white  this way. Strain through a fine cloth  the juice of Iwo fresh lemon,; into a  bottle containing about three ounces  of orchard white, then shake well, and  you have a whole quarter pint of skin  and  complexion     lotion  at   about  the  1 -     ������������������     ������������������;   \\-    i-'i'.r     frtP    1     p-1PV>11     V.iT  of ordinary cold crram. Be sure to  sti.tin the ieinon juice, r,o no pulp g-.������������������������������������  into thc botlk, thru thi:; lotion will  retit.tiii pure and fresh foi month*'.  When applied daily to the face, neck,  arms and hands it should help to  bleach, rh-'ir, -.niootlirn and beautify  the skin.  Any drugi-ki will supply three ������nn������-  C"., A -:"'*',,'o-il ..liiic at vti'v little tOiitjf  ...'.:'.   '.!:-*���������,   I'i"1 '''    11.iv    lin     ��������������� HM/..U.  ������P*������������������W������prIli!<'.pil'll"'llll1'i������W������llll|l |l.m .,.|,ii.������������ii������.M|irilr���������i'ini,l������nilP>M| ���������t-jsm*.  iiil>niiiuiiiii.i������iiiii I  REVIEW,     CBESTOH,    1%  ���������an  Ml*  m^mmx 9  I  *o*rB'  p& Stmrmm m.  You surely must if you don't saye when you are ������  young. An Excelsior Endowment is the best way. 1  Write for oamplet to-day is  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1  WINNIPEG      SAFKATOOM      KDMONTON      VANCOUVER    5  mmi    *m  m   ���������* ���������������**!?^nr* -tx   Kj������ hJ"*"E"-*������ *fc������r  vy em,*\jro jl ..^kjc j: j^_ o  Real  Seville  Orange  /"i" Orange and Sugar-*-  No camouflage,  csoiscd uilin case in rji'wcfj ufis.  ASK TOUR OBOCtFI FOR IT.  DO YOU WANT TO KNOW  the facta about SHORTHOHN CATTLE ?  The breed for tho farmer or rancher Write the Secretary Co-day for KREB PUBLICATIONS, ffitr-ge*  rota* name on our free mailing list.  DOMINION  SHOBTHORN   (���������"''SEEDER'S  ASSOC'N  W. A. "Dry-Jen, l������i*es. \ G'E.Day.Soc.     ���������  Brooi-lin, Ont. \ Guclph, Ont  ***"r"*MfniiABM**". ���������*��������� "n<> -saor<i\nece.isar7  i I VB-vrIhIIII than Smallpox; Army  I'd B S Wmv-Ml-J. experience"bud^onstr-tted  li ���������   m B   8B^BBf_.Uie almost BilracuSou* efH-  Cacy, and harmlessness, o{ Antityphoid Vacc'aaUon.  Bs tracclnated NOW by your physician, yi^J. and  -Vox family. It is mare vital than house insurance.  mXlc your physician, druggist, or send for    Have  ���������jfoahad Typhoid?" tell lag of Typhoid Vaccine,  Sesults from ua > and danger from Typhoid Carriers..  TH2 G!TTSs������ IABQBAT03Y,  BE1REIJCV; CAL  PaOKICIBO VACCIHI3 6 SKBUHS UMBKIp U. t, ������OV. LICSHKS  ~-~������-~d-m?~-   'i-7m4*Jifa  m>mts~m������Jmm&imiis^    Bw WWW| w mm BoiWtti^sawBsasss-ss  The Great  English  liitae&y.  Tones and 'avi^oratee the trbola  j iiotvou? -system, makes neir Blood  _ in   old Veins.   Cure-   Nervou-  zfehiiihi. Menial tatd JSrain Warty, Ssspon-  v~tr.es, Loss of Entrgy, S*alpiiaticiz tsj-iht  Heart. Failina Memory. Price $1 per box, sis  for$S. Qna -mllpleM-j, sis will cute. Sold by all  drugcisi-a or mailed la plain pkg. on receipt of  price, KesojpnmphUtmailt-d.free. THE WOOD  m^tCir)-"*. ewa.TOSOSJw.vwi. itF#fWrtl BlaSWf.**  Canada's Immigration Bill  Ottawa. ��������� Thc new Immigration  Bill for Canada has been reported  from tlie committee in the House of  Commons, with some slight amendments. One of these prevents the  bringing into Canada of concealed  weapons, and another provides for  thc reporting direct to the minister  by immigration officials when an immigrant advocates the overthrow of  constitutional government by force.  Np More Troops for Russia  ���������     . _���������  I ��������� ini-. i . i m  Allies Would Furnish Munitions and  j Money  New York.���������The Associated Press  issues the following:  Anti-Bolshevik factions in Russia,  headed by Admiral Kolchak and Gen.  Dcnckinc, are to receive conditional  recognition by the Council of Four,  according to a report in circulation in  Paris. The condition is said to be  that thc government of the leaders  are to convoke and accept thc verdict  of a genuine constituent assembly,  which is to determine the future form  of government for Russia.  Such action by the Council of Four  would enable the allies to assist in the  struggle against soviet rule in Russia  by furnishing Kolchak and Denckinc  with arms, munitions and money and  food on a larger scale than previously. No troops would be furnished the  anti-Bolshevik leaders, according-to  thc  report.  f^rx'irS^r.t.   ���������m7-.-~07.0x  For generations popular conception  pictured the North Pole as the coldest place on earth, although scientists  and explorers have proved otherwise.  In fact, Nansen and other explorers  said that 45 or 50 degrees below zero  was cold weather for the 75th to 80th  parallels. Birches, Alaska, however,  55 miles below Fort Gibbon, has several times hit the 87 and 88 mark below zero, and is therefore believed to  be the coldest spot in the north, if not  in the world.  >'P'������������*4������,������'4������4.������..������,*PP..������~������~04  Minard's Liniment used ov Physicians  i  JSTEN TO THIS!  SAYS CORNS LIFT  RIGHT OUT NOW  $100 Reward, $100  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced  by   constitutional ��������� conditions. It   therefore  requires constitutional treatment. HALL'S"  CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally  and acts through the Blood on the Mucous  Surfaces of the Svstem. HALL'S CATARRH  "ME1JICIN2 destroys the fouadatioa of the  disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general- health and assists nature ih  doing its work. $100.00 for any case of  Catarrh ihat HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE fails to cure.  Druggists 75c.     Testimonials free.  I*.  J.   Cheney   &  Co.,  Toledo,   Ohio.  Racial Bogie Raised  Attack on League  of Nations From  New Point of View in U.S.  ' Congress  ^reatsuccess, cures CHROKic-vvB&KR-us^Loa-r vtaos  4g TiK. wivtpapV. SLA**"**"*..**. ���������**������-*.������AS5e. StrC-**.*? 4**,������-.4*'eOi~*|  PIXES. BlTilSK HO. DRUQC-ISTS ar MAIL fl. POST 4 C7~  -TOOaSBA CO. *-*>, BEKKMAN ST. t*t SW YORK or LVMAH UXO.  fonotiTo.  writs roitJPRSK book to dk. lb Ct.ft--.o-  UM-.CO. H-pVBRSTOCKRD. HAMf STEAD. X.ORDOI*. SWXv  B^IJKWDRAOKElTASTILESttrOflllOP    g^gf ro TABS  1   Wl&fl^B,*'S-OpS    LAST-MO COW.  BB2 T-IAT T-tADS  MAMKD WORD  'THULATIOM* UOM  -5^.mL3TT.tt.lLm. ~tJS~X-S x~ XSA ~--~lmS-r&SSSSB  London and the Diamond Industry  Although large numbers of Belgian  refugees have returned to their native land, thc diamond cutters and  polishers intend to remain in London.  London will be both the Antwerp and  Amsterdam of ihe future. London  will be the hub of the diamond universe���������not only for selling the gems,  but for preparing them and finishing  them for the markets generally.  Round about Hatton Garden large  factories have been established by  i Belgian diamond merchants, and considerable numbers of refugees have  been employed.  I  &  |  ^.������4*^s������^**4j*t4*;**4'rP^*.a������.o.44������..e������rgMBMj..f..a..a.rft.tgl^l.^  You reckless men and women who  arc pestered with corns and who have  at least once a week invited an awful  death from lockjaw or blood poison  are now told by a Cincinnati authority  to use a drug called freezone, which  thc moment a few drops are applied  to .-.ny corn, tlie soreness is relieved  and soon thc entire corn, root and all,  lifts out with thc fingers.  It is a sticky ether compound which  dries thc moment it is applied and  simply shrivels thc corn without inflaming or even irritating thc surrounding tissue or skin: It is claimed that  a quarter of an ounce of freezone will  cost very little at any of the drug  stores, but is sufficient to rid one's  feet of every hard or soft corn or  callus.  You are further warned that cutting  at  a corn is a suicidal habit.  ���������V"t*v,���������i.: i ���������.,  VV 4U311111& LLIH.  ttP IH4-JP  This new polish Is a  great boon to~ the house-  iviiSr It entirely cleans *������a  dirt and tarnish, or stains ||||  from gold and silver, yet ������||  it will not scratch or ma? ||g  the finish in any way. fgl  ^ Ideal Silver Polish ib  unlike any other preparation. Ideal contains, no  minerals, acids or poisons  ���������it is purely vegetable  and perfectly harmless.  Try Ideal at once. Ask  your dealer or write us if  "he can't supply you.  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY M  COMPANY, Li-aited  Hamilton Canada S������������  League of Nations as offering grave  dangers to the future was made in thc  senate by Senator Reed, Democratic,  of Missouri, who declared that under ]  the convenant in its present form nations governed by other races would  have the predominating voice.  The senator presented statistics to  show that of the total population of  the countries opposing thc league,  811,425,500 would be of black, yellow,  brown and red races, with only 289,-  488,800 of the white race. In thc assembly which is to be the governing  body, he said white nations would  have fifteen representatives and  other nations seventeen representatives.  &  & *" ~n I  I Constipation uire i  ��������� **-     ���������*-"**- ���������������!������-���������-���������*    ��������� *-;mf mf  .  "Fo?  ?!���������*  thirty years a hav������ ^oaimcndev  the Extract of Root*, known m  MotberSelael's Cm-alive Syrojj, for  X She radical cure of consiip&iion  -q ana indigestion, it i������ an old  & reliable remedy tha,. ~i~y~. reus  ������ to do the work.*" 30 drops  S thrice daily*** Get ~h~ -QcsuiuS,  {C at druggists. 3  ���������������?  France and Italy Remain United  Paris.���������On the occasion of thc anniversary of thc entrance of Italy into  the war/ the French chamber of deputies aud senate adopted unanimously a resolution asserting the continued  fraternity of thc two nations and declaring they would remain united in  a just and durable peace. The government associated itself with the resolution.  A Medical Need Supplied.���������When a  medicine is found that not only acts  upon the stomach, but is so composed  that certain ingredients of it pass unaltered through the stomach to find  action in the bowels, then there is  available a purgative and a cleanser of  great effectiveness, .t'amieiee's Vegetable Pills are of this character and  arc the best of all pills. During the  yca.rs that they have been in use they  have established themselves as no  other pill has done.  CMOIAIf  Villages Wiped Out By Volcano  Amsterdam.���������Thc volcano of Kal-  nut, in Java, has burst into eruption,  wiping out twenty villages in the district of Hreliii'.il aud, in the vicinity  of liilitair, aud causing deaths estimated at 15,000, according to a Central  Xews dispatch received here.  BflgV  Mil    M  -gy-ji-gj-.   g  It Is������ In Demand.���������So great is the  demand for Dr. Thomas' Kelectric Oil  that a large factory i.s kept continu-  ; ally busy making and bottling it. To  ! lie in demand shows popular apprccia-  | lion of this preparation, 'which stands  j at thc. head of proprietary compounds  |as thc leading Oil in the market, aiid  I it is generally admitted that it is dc-  | serving  of  the  lead.  Trouble  Never bear more than one hind of  trouble at a time. Some people bear  three ��������� all they have liad, all they  lia\t- ni.pv, and all t'.w-y expect to have.  1 There may lie ollic.i- corn cures, but  j ilolloway's Corn Cure sUinds al the.  1 head of the list so far :is results are  ! p'ouiM-rncd.  Aviator's Daring Feat  Atlantic City.���������Lieut. Omcr Lock-  lear, formerly with thc air army, gave  a demonstration which is said to be  one of thc greatest in annals of flying,  of catching a dangling rope ladder  from a second airplane and climbing  into the craft from which it was hung. |  Thc feat was done at a height of 2,500  feet. lie '-.as leaped from one plane  to another in the air before, but never  made an ascent from one plane to au-  nt nor  NURSING  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd.  Gents,--!  have used your Minard's j R^'c^g^f ������.  Liniment in my family and also in my  Canada.  I in okSlis  earn   $io   i<>   ������25  a   ������eek.      Xx;r*i  without leavins home.     S:ntl for free booklet.  ciencc, Dept.  137, Toroute,  stables for years and consider it thc  best  medicine  obtainable.  Yours trulv,  ALFRED KOCHAV,    j  Proprietor     Koxton  Pond  Hotel  and'.  Livery Stables. , j  MONEY ORDERS  A   Dominion  ."".xi-ress Money  Order  ior fir*  t'ollai-.s   i-Ot-i^  tl-iee  cents.  MALE HELP WANTED  To  Cure a  Cold in  One  Day  Take      LAXATIVE      BROMO      QUININE  (Tablets).     It   stops   the   Cough   aud    Headache   and   works   off     the     Cold. E.   \V.  GROVE'S  signature on  each   box.     30c.  German  " Populace  Revile Wilson  Paris Fiance. ��������� Describing recent  demonstrations before thc Adlon Hotel in Berlin, a dispatch to The Temps  says the crowd shouted: "Down with  [���������'ranee, England, America, Clemen*  ccau, Koch and Wilson." It says that  thc shouts against President Wilson  scent to indicate that he is particularly reviled hy the German populace,  public opinion "not pardoning him for  interpreting     thc   fourteen     points  at  nan  iuti-'.-preta-  v aria wcc. v. i I.'.  tion of thein."  <',.-  il oa  FIRST CLASS SALES RKFRE-  sentatives, preferably men with wide  i aenuainlatice who have had experience in iii-  i surance, books, stocks or other similar expen-  ! eitce. Unusual opportunity for live men \vh������  ! are hard workers. Chance to become manaser  the  tea- i of your  own  office  if  you  deliver  thc  good*.  il!  armst'on,   C-'et*.!  Craig  ?6   King  Edward   Hotel,   Toronto.  What Oxen Are  "What are    oxen?" asked  ciicr.      The    little    foreigners looked j Tobi-!s  blank.     "Does   anyone  know   what  a   c. : .   cow   is?"   she   asked,  hopefully.       A    ��������� Huns Forming New Government  dingy hand waved wildly at the back       Zurich.���������A military oligarchy is be-  of the room. ling; formed in Germany, according to  "I know, I know, teacher.    A cow, | Dr.  Richard  Grelling, the    author  of  she lays milk."���������Scientific Refining.       j "JVvccuse,"    who    has just    returned  here from  Munich.    The oligarchy ii  Friend.  jumimenc  iiUmDerman s  Hawker Stopped  By Small Affair  more powerful than t  government, he declared, as the government only manages lo remain in  power with the support of the military caste and of mercenary troops.  4**M.4pk Hpb* mmm mxvmm.  im-pC   ai&uiciflM  8^*1  01  HaJr-AHMH-a  TO il* St  m%  Thrilling: Experiences  Sailor Had Many and Varied Experiences During thc War  Ki(.,hlecn day--, in the bowels of a  ho'-lilc submarine was one. of Uu*. wartime experiences of Caption .'-".vans, of  lite transport Trewcllard, which  touched at Sydney recently lor bunker  Tommy: "Oh, mother, I've, just  broken the bathroom window."  Alollter: "Don't come worrying mc  now. I'm busy washing. Keniiud me  later on, anil I'll see about punishing  you  then."  GEE,��������� HAPPY  MY CATARRH ALL GONE  possible so that she could do tho work  nnd  let him  _    ���������p*"! hunt,   therefor*  j*\^%������ m-\. ^0 at* ������������������** ���������  Suffered Like a Boob for Years-  Relief in Ten  Minutes  -Got  , coal, nt rouit-, from I'hirk .Sea ports  1 to Montreal, where slit- will load geu-  : era] cargo. The captain's former vi-s-  1 si*l was sunk a tew* months before the  rafor-'rliiwnn-t*'- X.u\  *  \~t -xm0~*  ������������  (P.H1TA  A PtBrfllfSi  mmmWk   S3   StLm-Ut  If  ^ Q ^J  y^jsf  mm  m~Jp  W. CLARKimirioMo*.'  -tssssss~-r^{v^/*mt  j arini'Mice was *-tv;netll and  the U-boal,  I on   which lie  was a captive, had scv-  1 cr.'.l   adventure^    :itnniir ihein   a   colli-  I sion  with an   Italian steiuucr.     Ht:fore  j lu:   \..is  l.uuU tl    al   1 li-li|;olaud,    after  confinement  in a prison camp at Urn-  deiiburg, he was set free hy lhe armistice, aud has Awfc.  gone  back to  Tli-*  Ti*e-.vt-!!:ird, !  A'.l-oi, , v:;r.: fiij  i.iiioiis I,, General Denchinr':,  I'ticsian  Thai's the wav hundreds of. lhe  boy** around town are. talking since  Catar.rho/'.oiic got into the drug  stores^. Withittg on earlh like. Ca-  larrho/oiic to really cure Catarrh,  Cold*' or  I * roni'li it is.  "(.'atarrlio/.one." ��������� it. isn't :\ drug ������������������  it's a healing vapor full of pine essences and healing balsams. It spreads  o\er lln* :���������iirface'. that are weak' and  ���������,' ,, 1, ',-���������"!''"' ���������''*��������� "������������������" .-���������',>< 11.������������������> 1  is congested is liealfd----irritalion is  soothed away, phlegm and secretions  are cleaned mil, and all s>'iii|it'oins of  cold and Catarrh are cured, Nothing  so <iuit*k, so sure, so pleasant as ("a-  sra. I tarrho/oiie.       Itewarc    of    dangerous  de<-i-ivf   von   for  "cnniiH-   ( nlai 1 iio/onr.        AH   deaiers  which  Escape   of  Aviators   Is   Regarded   as j "*"  Miraculous  London.���������Thc dramatic news of lite  safety of Harry Hawker and Lieut.-  Commander Grieve came as a complete surprise to London, after all  hope was abandoned, when twelve destroyers returned to Ireland after hav- '��������� Tn** 1 **������������������*..**���������"���������*. never likinl work but h������  ing fruitlessly scoured the area of 300' Wan!rCi h" ^naw to get well as soon a*  miles. The special editions of the  newspapers were snapped" up by thou ^  ���������  sands. Thc scenes on the streets were! ���������^fi^^'?.     he/"**���������  ������aP������<>**  ... ...        .   . .       ) i    ������J\*iirp*%'in     r������vj������ /Oi* iici', ior  comparable    lo a national    rcjoicmg.',        i^j&     that   waa   their  There were similar scenes in thc pro-: ^vm/ml. VJa-S."-' '   ?r<*ft^ remedy f<>������?  viiu-.es. If VmjaSm      '(,malc we'ak-  I kindreds  of    holidav makers jour-;       'fr"^          ~m������szh^    ll(s^S%-  ' 1 .    c>    1 *.           1   "       ,       1     ���������       !        M**i^5r**^^^;*wV     "r- T'f ree use*  neyed to rsurbilou, where they besu-g- ;        ^JsWsWsZyf^Z^Z'^^  the same, root, ���������  ed  Mrs.  Hawker's residence.     i lie po-<   -      ^mm^^ts ^ " culled Blue C'o-  licc had to be called  to  regulate  tral- ! /r^t(P^jiyr!!lW<>   !!?3h"T.in Jt1*"  :' I       "���������   JrJLs\r\^^%^   script ion" nkill-  Mrs.   Hawker   in   an   interview   said |       j * V(     y.i^ fullv    combined  she had never lost hope.    ���������'Sunday isl  A A^tf'.'   ^Ttt"^'-   w ������"< ���������������   o < h p r  lhe. ese.-,,,,. or Uu- aviators i-, 10- \v..���������ieu wao are worn out, who i.iff.-r  garded as liuiaculoiis, as the steamer from p.iin at rcRular or irregular interval.*.,  Mary herself was taking an unusual who are nervous or dizzy at, times, should  course and there, was not a siti-j.lc ship tuke tutu ieiiui>ir, uinp.i.uicv, iieii-.d  within  fifty utiles. , tonic whirli a doctor in active priieti.-*  I'.xperts pav tribute to the hue prescribed nuuiy year., ~~o. Now-sold by  ,. r"  1 1      1     . , ��������� - drupeist***,  m  t.ibletH  and  liquid, tw  Dr.  iuMg.it,ng  o    llauke. *,  in.ulu.u-     -   rir;,;^ ,,ftVnn^ 1.r,,<.rintion'.  the  airplane   kepi  in  a    dead     .>ti..u,.,  line  more   than   half-way  across     tin  Atlantic.        Tin*   opinion   is   rvpivs-et  that  the  accident  was   :;o  sliOit,   ilia  11   the   machine   had   been   a  m..plain  Fend 10c. to T)r. Pierce'*- hivalid.i' Ilote.,  Buffalo, N. Y., for trial packnRe.  1     li..d    I'lrl'Vlpllt  ncfore cro.'.i.inf;    t!if] : nb- tilMt'*i  meant   to  (leeetv.-  ed in carrying um    ������������������.enuinr   (':.(;.. 1 In./,,.,r.        AU  1 ,t.-ll    ( atari hozotie, large    :>]���������/.<  I lawker   could   have  completed   the   course  ���������na I-  ,4,1  U.-..1:  t \-.-o  -1 ii- ���������   ���������  month'  'i no.lc   ���������  price-  i/e   ..jr..  *l.0O;    'tn:t*1  After two thotisaiid 1 \ p< 1 ii,.. nt--,  John Drew, :t I'.titish scicnl i--t, a-t-  notineed that lie had diseov^rrd the  (iii'inan   s,p-.*r<-1   ol   making   mother   of  '     WoOP"Tnejr.   Oht -''1   onnot  rrniin ft" Or.   P'^rr*^'*  M'r'i.-ini**.  |.t<l9lU4l4>,.       0I..I        .,0.i        .   4J.I..,     l-U'.j ,,4,4.    .1      ..;,. ,.  1 ! tp..*)  li l.i.l 0:r* <l rv -��������� .*r������  <-.>i.f irlor**'!  rv.ine a liniir*-  lc������������   LAtc.      1   '���������.01    i.-r'.i    .'!*-  ,.'.:-������'*.:    ;.:-. I    *���������������������������*.������  I   le������lly     IO     tflPPl     1>1>     V������'lH-|.      t     l.t-yail      t������',.tt,C     A.l  'Kftvoriu: I'i^*p-i'.pi.iuik' U'..l llic L'utji'it M.-.li-*!  I lVm-ovtry.- T-iprte m*li :n������*������ ^ut t>ir <*r\ n.y im  ' iiumi ami b*pV������ IT.������ ������Vi<p only r������**l irlirf. linn* *  [ li.ir������iP I Ilk.* lf.'n:iimr*iiHi*4| I'r. I'lti. >��������� n .\ti'..lr'.-iin*������  1 trt   ii.tku/,  ������������trr4 ixV.y   t\.<-  'I'kVwtito   I'r<--i  rlii'l....  ! ��������� -, ,  , f ,. ;,    .__ ,     1 ... .... .. 1       1 <,������'.,������  ' 1r������pp-i.n,n4,������niU<!     Kovnrt*-i������   rr������.*citi|.tiou'   ll.nl    \t*M  ! U<-rn w!>i.(lertoliy  Ik-iv������-*J.  1     "I (1 iu ii'n.1 t.-.lr������tj my !>������*������* In r-oi-4ri^'*U4>n  wIUk  1     iir       I',--..'..   ������       .W.w'<4.   .I..,.       l4|,4.P.'trU       4.'..*       P.    'rt      ' .: ���������'i','*  ���������     ������Xtl. J.tWl)       A        ' Mil   I.V0.     **..r    J4,!.(t     .'   ..r-oL  ~,^^^^���������^^^^,^���������^. M..M.|^Mny.^Mii HftiMiM IHIrflll.Mll4*BllWtWUi BUflitf'^mfffltHf.BlffiBf ijififf* ffilll *.  idmmrvSrmmv0mmii*mLmvK^mi0itm.4Am  <riim*tmw*mmMMmi*^^ rrrtnm0m~mir~mmmm4j^^ ������������**������ ������-p"->-^~r-������r������������r^������^w^,n-^������r^^HP*tpp*������f������wpr^^  mmmmmmmm v* inrnw-tft-^v-ni-w*^^  a^lfcp .������>������������������������������ ���������'ipjjff'i.irtiM i"fi*G*.T.'rtlt^. **j*r*.*p.t *���������  11*!*S!L*!^ ���������w-ty-s**^^  "3TOWiirTi**BMB**Bggi*������Hil  ***iBI"Wiil   III   U M  THE  CRESTOU  Iti; VIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C-  Subscription : $2 a year in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. points. "  C. F. Haves, Editor and Owner*  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, .TUNE 20  g-rM   Bmjm.  another woman coming around prof-1 the matter threshed out again���������and  fering suggestions���������preferable to j then go home as usual and say,  thern by far would be these   official j "But outside ol that I guess-we are  attentions from the gentlemen of  the board. And rightly so in most  instances.  not too bad."  Methodist pastor   Lee   deserves  commendation in at least speaking  z ing to minister to the spiritual needs  of a cross country troop train, and.in  consequence Vernon is enjoying  church union for June, both Presbyterians and Methodists taking sph ifc-  ual sustenance for 30 days from Presbyterian sources.  Grand Forks sold $87 worth of War  Savings Stamps in May.  '-Both have made teaching a speci- out quite plainly.    A characteristic i    The hat is on the rounds at Nelson  study   and   naturally   imagine  observation, as given in the Herald to gather in $2000 to   put on   the   big  &������S*Wi  && -&8i&y  With the sale of 7.500 acres of  Valley land to the Land Settlement Board and assurance that  part of it at least will be ve.*y  shortly occupied, along with a con-  .siderable influx of" newcomers that  undoubtedly presages an ever in  creasing tide of new arrivals, it  strikes THE REVIEW that it i.s high  time consideration was being given  jm*  to the matter of proper   school accommodation for our new   friends.  Already a majority of the schools  in the Valley have attendances that  are ample, and a little more so, "Tor  the staffs employed, and certainly  the number graduating constitutes  i. hopeless minority as compared to  the pupils in sight for enrollment  in all the classes.  At some points buildings will  have to be enlarged, and one does  not need to be unduly optimistic to  foresee that very shortly new buildings will haye to he provided in the  newer districts that are  due*to op  6ii  tip.  All of which, brings to the fore  the question of whether it is better  to oroceed with enlargements and  new buildinge, or combine and go  in for the erection of a thoroughly  modern consolidated school at some  central point.  The advantages of   the consolidated school are   too   numerous   to  to  require   mention.      They   have  been tried out in   other   provinces  and have never been a failure.   The  only thing that has ever been urged  against them   elsewhere   was   the  hauliiig of the pupils to   school   in  the cold weather.   But that contingency does not arise here,    because  we have hardly   the   mininium ' of  really  disagreeable climatic conditions at any season of the year.  That consolidated schools are advantageous is indicated In the encouragement the education department holds out for their establishment, by guaranteping to pa}' half  tlie pupils' transportation   charges.  As has been   remarked    before���������  and a view that has been concurred  in by the  education,   authorities at  Victoria���������the Creston Valley lends  itself   admirably for  the inauguration of the consolidated school.     In  view of developmevit   already    here  and the unmistakable signs of much  greater and  almost   immediate expansion if ever there was an accept-  "<1 i.hi'ir* for- all part.ii-.*-, iiit.i..*re*-iLed to  Jt-t   ���������..'Uein.-l'  till-- ytriu' ol'   oltf     lord,  1911k v'.'o'.iid *-,.-���������;>ri to    \k-    tlio    time  ���������or decision and action.  al  they know their own calling a little  better than inexperienced visitors.  If they are not getting results it is  plainly evident in the progress of  the scholars, and the respect or  lack of that quality that the pupils  display toward their instructors,  on and off the school grounds.  If satisfactory eervice is not being rendered it is entirely due to  lack of ability on the part of the  teacher and no end of timely council from eitaer a woman or a man  trustee can remedy the defect.  As to the routine work a trulstee  board has to perform about once  in a blue moon something crops up  where a woman's advice would be  specially beneficial, and never is the  emergency so great that the matter cannot stand over until representative ladies could be called in  consultation.  ���������-{dr  In the matter of hiring teachers  trustees are between the devil and  the deep blue sea. The excellent references   some    teachers   who   are  j in the profession for a few years are  packing around with them is astonishing, and after a couple of years  on the board most trustees are  quite willing to agree with the prophet of old who remarked that all  men are liars, particularly, when it  comes to giving certificates as to  ability to importunate instructors  of the young idea.  As to the staging of the Institute  conference here next year- the ladies  can rest assured   of  the  firancial  support of the citizens, and we fancy that is all there is any occasion  to worry about. In the Institute  membership there is ample material of the right sort to handle such  a project, and if it is put on at the  right season of the year certainly  Creston is just about as attractive  a spot as the Kootenay women  could foregather in.  \mx-tSxWi%m9 m������\  M* -JfWJffiM     -f~S--'Sx-rff3  Iii  tl.e ".".'ay of    general     rmsiue.s.s  t lie dun'- *-.e<-i*-iion of Oreston    Worn-  ,i.  ,ir.  t  ���������.lit', and on at least two of their do-  While not exactly in what one  might term the B.C. fruit belt,  Cranbrook is not entirely lacking  in some of the physical features  common to the bailiwick of the big  red apple, luscious pear and juicy  plum. With these products of the  orchard we have the good and the  bad year in most every ranch. At  Cranbrook the thing breaks out differently. There they have the on and  off years in respect to la,w enforcement and moral conditions generally one might almost say.  Generally speaking it has beon  customary to adjure the citizens to  [lee from tho wrath to come about  that season o*? the .year when the  inhabitants are wondering where  their summer wages are gone, or  else just prior to the municipal el-  ..r-'t ��������� or.-*-- *vhiel> come early in Jan-  nary, thus lilting   nicely   into   the  follows: It may not matter much  to you, men and women, how many  bootleggers or houses of prostitution there are in the city, but it does  matter to our children. Within a  few yards of the public school there  is a very questionable abode which  has to be passed by the children,  who often make jests and jokes  about the matter."  T l"!   r-f\~y -Tk]iirl-ir- trm*     l~tio       *irl/*l*!-������ac-o       TV-Tv-**.  -m.0m        -~-0-m.m-~~i T m 7^0 *������������������-^ ���������������*������-��������� %-dtt \J* \m X.   \^Sx3+J J."*.*. X   ���������  Lee demanded a clean up of the city-  observing   that   "we   will support  you in every legitimate way   possible."     And right her^e is where, it  seems to us, he put his foot in it. If  the state of affairs is as Pastor Lee  says they are, and he   knows   just  where to place his hand  on at least  a few of those who are   bedevilling  the good name the city   ought   to  bear, why in the name of all that is  sensible does he hot lay au information .against even   a   few   of    the  offenders and let the law, which he  says is an excellent one, do the rest.  If the moral reformation Mr. Lee  yearns   for is   to be   accomplished  someone must set the ball   roiling,  and who should   be   more   to   the  fore   in such   an   effort   than   the  man whose   mission in   life   is   to  champion the cause of morality and  righteousness in high places.    Why  not lead the way   instead   of   this  "we will support you."'  When the money changers and  those who sold doves had to be  cast out of the temple Christ did  not hunt up the chief of police to  do the job. He went at the house-  cleaning Himself. And when the  devils and unclean spirits had to be  told to depart hence the apostles  never found it necessary to bring in  the constabulary or the health department to even assist at a painful but necessary operation.  "-In so bodly parading the fact  that he is possessed of inside information The Review believes'  that it is up to Mr. Lee to at once  pass the intelligence on to the authorities, and failing action on their  part to immediately assume the  role of prosecutor.    He   is  dealiv g  soldiers' demonstration  on   July   1st.  REGISTERED    -  Jx-ERSBY bull  FC/**? SERVICE  ~\. Ouen's Gout Oloero 7105  W. V. JAOK&Ot  iff"-*-, ss ss-GT' ���������������"���������"-��������� ssi  FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE  CRESTON  Best Quality  Jairy Butt  Buttermilk  -m4m%-A\VV*  *-**-.��������������� IB  IV111K  always on sale.  Delivered anywhere in town.  Shipped to any point.  160 acres el Southern Saskatchewan  land, 45 miles east of Swift Current.  Good town with 5 elevators, churches,  schools,  etc.,   but five  miles distant.  Good buildings and 2 wells on place, _,___������������_- .^. >->* ������>?*<-#-��������� a  85 acres in crop. Enquire Review) ������?$*?������������ ������j K. &IVlBTri  Office, Oreston.  with a very serious state of affairs,  not a theory that an academic discussion could fhsz on.  Having gone so far he must  either prosecute or in future share  the fate of the storied youth who  shouted wolf, wolf, notalways wisely, but too well. In such a crisis in  the moral history of Cranbrook the  spectacle of Mr. Lee passing the  buck would be laughable wore it  not fraught with such momentous  consequences.  r:i.sions tie- ladieq are deserving of j houkoh of thc year for making good  -p.-euil   eoT-riniend-it iot.1.      IV-* allude   resolutions.  f ri t,he resolutions d'-elining to I,;ie|.: I hut this trip the expected self  ii. woman candidate for the school | reproachment has broken out he-  hoard, and tho desn-e to have, the ! Tore good old .summer time 'nan got  I'.l'iO r.onl'oren.'o of Kootenay Worn- rightly started. PoHsibly it the af-  i-ll M Institutes Hi ' 'r������-.stoii. I.er eii.-oi.M oi     i.oai,    ���������.|'.Loo,oot.'-iii  now  Whil'-, don.it li"-".   Mrs.   <  letInter*- ' eost nines e.hi.i'ity hAl),    or     possibly  aot.-"l in good faith   in    uri/ing    t he   the coming of    some    new    CIM**.  Slmd.~.d~dT���������tdT00d.     tT^d���������mmv.vfV.     S*0Vf������tlW  M0.'XX.Xfy7rl \jlX������\y      T~d~0.l0fj4     M     0.  TrVr  I  ���������������    4    I     I   .  I,  t     .,,.  It.'i.viiig a  ri-pt'i-'.i-n'.'i t i v.-  /.���������ti aspire t o sehool  , >->,i n  .It 111    'i I   lie- -i.i oe- I I in--  i'   ;s    ������������������! i a.i 11 ,'  i) i) hi t'"H I   that, on  -ititsll bo.ird'j   -.ueh  oof   oMiei.'i h  has Mt acted   t he  idy    i-i',-    right cou'iih'.v'     working,  llii-ni bor  as     iliroct      I tie       a.l  ���������r\    \i'\:i.t I  i\ t.-it riot -i  t he   :oo|.  <-,  ;i.ir*.     in     -ismi-ii.-  tiieli  a.-:     ' Ye it.on  "or   in ,r,i\   .p.. ,|'|-   I ,"    ,    "'ore  . ..    1  >'.."l r..       ...    0... ,t.,r-     I .,, |..../|  .*-���������.;������������������,!        |,:   ,]������������������        t .���������������������������..   ',.   ������������������ .1 .    .    . M  I   il'.-., ii l ill l id! v   lo o'Te'i ii '��������� .Hi   I'l'oio  I i . i i .: I ,i ���������.'. r . . . .  . ���������. I    , > / I I I. " . I I  I . . i , I   ��������� I ��������� '       \ i   f t       * ��������� i ���������  ,' . I'       .    I 4    1,  ot hoc ( ijually    innocent  i-i ri ,i 11,  ti   I-, riiii   I iii ii'-', ���������  I'i   il    pi et.l V    | 1,'lhS    III       'lie  i'l I   i, U.   ,    I he     nl I Oa III ill       I'  leaven    of  or    MOine  eaiise, I ti) t.  Il.io-   eouie  Mivc.ioiml i  obiK'I'V .il  ���������III,'1 I"   'en eliet      (| ImIiI  I I     I'l   11:1 \' I 11 ���������  i iii''������i|-/.h   MOine el.'lieal  f>,M'e| aeln,.  J'.oth   I he   f're>thvti-na n and   Meth  i ..li   I    pit -.I oi >i    li.ol     a     i .-mul out of  ' \i ���������  tun M ���������������������������!���������  on   ,f one Mid,  i he fornc c  ���������"���������Itili-J:   il,   o|)    lii'l  eh'-.|t,   im  I he   ntoi tl  ..ii'     '.   i 11 ii I      Ii 11   ii I nl      mi I I e I I v       i ���������< <o ii i  ������ .   I    ...     ,,    1.1  tr, ll,.. M..I   |,l,.|'t.    I  leiire i.)   woi'iliip at m/.dil   au<* in-iii  fn almost every pni-t of Canada the  camp lire of picnic and Ashing purties  continue to destroy more of public-  owned timber than could \w. giown  by the planting of scores of millions of  1,1'OOH.  From every direction conies urgent  suggestions tluit governments shut to  re-plant the waste forest nrcuti. This  procedure may prollfably apply lo certain sections ol ('annua. This n..'iia  consideration, however, is to stop Lhe  ������ip ...; :..:'. i.������.i ::f 1 i'.-'.b:--.- !"l(ji,.ivii>-<; i������ i-i-h-  tury to giow. IManting is highly expensive alternative to lire pieyelition.  If ramp Ares were iriviuiiiblv nxting-  n'r-hed 'lf-re would be less need of  asking lhc public treasury to iihsumic  the cost,of rebuilding Ibe forests by the  W'.r of million*' of seedlings, (iiiiiip  ��������� ��������� ���������     . ��������� i    i it   ,   ,,,,,,.,, ������,,, i NI;,p  wealth thin would buve I rnnsportcd  the guilty campers around the world  on a luxurious I'i ee trip. Veteran  woiiib.ini-u always build (heir Ares  i in.ill   nnd   build   I In-iii  in  a .-,'O'e spot,  ' . I .    Ill IT | I        II'.        4|l<l|l(^        II        Mrt    Ik   V      ^ll>... .  '.        'rr       ..  1  i  ���������Ami-i-f-mif  SB*******"*' I'd Al*  .iehiuse  yuiSipgi!  LIMITED  Men's and Ladies'.  SPRING and, SUMMER  JH*"    VB   RBI   vlx  I���������I X~A      C-SA       G**&  MEN'S in PENMAN'S  ���������Spring needle in Shirts and Drawers, all sixes  Spring needle Combination  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt and Drawers���������all .sizes'  ���������pr    't\ w~*Wm~-tr>4,   m      -uy ������, 0^c*Ar\.'*,'������ii0r4  L/^mil-tD    Ml   VV /* 1 OKJM ������>  tr,.,...,.  ���������  ^.llll  a.u1. Combination., in   t;!sort and sleeveless  styles, in white and pink  Combination Suits in several styles, in light ;in,l  medium weights, from <>Qc. to ^.^5 a suit  !  CirmTrinrrm s a la. Cmrac  in the newest styles  K i i i ���������* '  1   li  ���������rl in 1         tl.l     1' ,        le  ' V-  1  Iill.  ong j  M  t.'  M'e  !������  ..  nil'  ...   i,'  'iiiie-t  a log.   .I,.."       \',  ��������� y i  i el  1.  j  i  an- ;  W9~  -S~*f  mmm  t~-\  Ifl  -.1 le i  0 I -. iiii  '   1 0.1 1    1 HI'    1  ..<i  .������   .  .\ .  i     i  dil-  '  Hi nut 0m mmm ~*~ HMk  mM~*ilt~rXdmsm0i~t tk%> -fi) ��������� D 0%  mmmmm  /gsm  ~\Umt%  M  *_���������   t\.   $     ~     ~-m  --J*  t-%.;~m,������virr<*  \uZ>  E  mm  Irgifcia'jia-.jitemi.M.iii'ggp-g*';*'^^'*****  ���������^m^^rw^ii^^mimmM^i THS Dominion of Canada offer's  you every- safeguard for your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  JT Your postmaster will register every War Savings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp  worth  $5.00  in   1924.  -VATICWAl,  WAR  SAVINGS  (Brit.sh  Columbia Division)  COMMITTEE  *V*������*rt*������i  /  '���������Jj-rjwA-*--  lurs. oomiQ is auotner uranbrooK or-  chardist who is going to keep down  the high cost of fruit at ��������� Cranbrook  this year. She has 150 apple trees in  biossom the Herald states.  land fict ^mmmanSs  Minimum price of flrst-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $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  ^rnnofft t(\~ 4.r*trxr.r.v.X v.7.rx.r.xx.xx,irx..r-.  .  ���������--C3  ��������� ���������0 X7X.J.XXrxr..X |>1 P." 4^1441. P.PII IO  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  Pre-emptcrs 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 resi-*  dence*-������tt.ay 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 aa for-  l'eit-ure. 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 atatutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as honie.sitca;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For ���������Eras-ln*-*- and industrial purposes  areas exceeding G40 acres may be  leased by one porson or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 10 acres  may be purehaf-ed; conditions include  payment of atumpagc.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Kobato of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price. Is made.  Outlook Excellent  res  GRANTS  PRE.EMPTORS'      FREE  ���������ft ACT.  The j-f-oDO of this Act is enlarged to  include Ml person-i Joining and serving with Ills Majesty's Forcon. The  time within which tho heirs or devisees  of a deceased pro-omptor may apply  for title under thin Act Is extended  from for ono year from the death of  i.uch pisi'.suu, um formerly, until ouo  year after tho conclusion of the present  war. This privllego is also mado retroactive.  V  No foes relating to pio-cmptionitfaro  due   or   pnynblo   by   soldiers   on  p'tiiptloiis recorded after Juno '.ii.  pre-  l'UH  TaxeH mo remitted  for live years.  Provision  for  return  of moneys  ... -  ���������"ru,*!.t!,i *,uo uml ll00n nal*' ������''���������<-���������*"��������� August  ���������I,    liH-l.   on   account   of   nr.vmr'.it'.     f.-.i,���������  or tuxes on soldiers' pre-emption's  interest  on agreements to purciuu-o  t.������.Y,'n,������������ cUy ���������ot,s nok* '���������>" '���������..CT.il'or*** ur  Allied  Imii'coh,  or <14*<...t>H��������������� nt..    m,'...,-,.,*,,  direct or  indirect,   remitted'from  enlistment to March III    P.I20.  CROWN  of  SUUr.PURCHASERS   OF  LANDS.  Provision n-iiido for issu-mcc  frown muitd to r.tth-i'.-.tiv*.,... ,������������������,-.  Crown Ijiind-i. net-nlrlng rlghttt from  pui-eh.-iHui-ii who failed to comphu-  piiii.liiiHO, Involving r0rf4.iluro, on fui-  lilltneiit of conditions of purchase. In-  tei-u.it and taxo;,.    ".Vli.iv ..i'l,-..i>..'.,;,.,.  ������pp'<i  iln  nr.t   r'tntn.   ...|.r->ii.  ,  f  ,4-1.... . i   .  .   .  eel, pim-hii'in pru;������ tine and luxes nui*.  Im dlMtrlbiited pro|iiiriliiii.'ii,'|y .uvr  whole    uioti. Apiilii-ail.ni.'.    iuum    be  j'.i.ute by May  1,  i;i-*o.  GRAZING.  (ii-niKlDg Ai*l, l!)l!l. fur Mvnli-mal le  ilovi'lopniem nt llvi'stiuU IimIumi.v pro-  vhlert Im' i'ra-/.lni; ili.'.trict.'i nti.t iiiiiu-..  (uiiiii ni.-'ii a i mn un.t.r i. ���������oinniii'...ii>tii'i-  i\iiltinil rrir/.liii������ TH-miit-. I. n.-.l In-,,!  on liiiuiliitii tui.|;p-.l, |.tl..iil>- lot <-Mt;tl)-  lialitnl      owiiiiim.        SI.i.'U-.iu .him     tii'iv  f,i4-*   I        % 4'.,,,r.|., , |, ,,, ,.      ,,,-,...,  til.'Ill I'll'.',     1.1'    I. ,ik 11. ,11.      !..���������.���������       .,.���������.,,'.', I ..  fill'     I   I'l tl.'fM,     filtl'.'l''!'.'.     ,,y     r l,i \ ,  A trip through the Erickson section  from which district comes the greater  part of the Valley's export in both  vegetables and tree fruits, convinces  that 1919 shipping in all lines will be  considerably in excess of the 1918 trade.  With the possible exception of cherri-  which are light in the sweet variet-  s only; and toniatots,, which may  show a decreased acreage; in every  kind of field "-"--"-nd orchard prodnct  greatly increased production is in evidence.  Bush fruits such as gooseberries and  currants are- carrying tremendous  crops of stuff this year, which would  seem to be oniy natural due to the excellent climatic conditions of last fall  and this spring, as compared with the  particularly dry fall that preyailed in  1917. Raspberries are predicted to  produce a 50 per cent, increase if the  weather is right, and csrtainly strawberries will equal if not excel a year  ago.  In small garden stuff peppers are  due to be a bigger shipper than ever  if there is a sufficiency of moisture to  bring them along in average fashion.  With the splendid returns Sam Fraser  got on bis crop of these a year ago  quite a number of others are into  them fairly strong, and so far everything is going well.  Ouciimber** are planted fully as  heavy as last year, W. Ii. Kemp having fully an acre of them coming  along and the other growers reporting  much the same planting as previously  As usual everyone has in a normal  supply of spuds, while on the R. J.  Long ranch the acreage is considerably increased and Truscott Bros,  have planted fairly heavy on the new  20 acres recently acquired from R.'  Lamont.  With Staples Bros, out of the business it would look as if tomatoes  would show a falling <-i.\ but information is to hand that their defection  will be quite, well made up by other  individual ranchers who have gone in  for them again this year. Yields and  prices in 1018 helped to materially  bearleu some of those who had quit  tomatoes after the disastrous years of  10M and 1915. As a sample ol  wimtto-  i4..ii..i..i p.p'i'><. (.limit    fo   "ii'd,    veur   thi-i  ....... , ,.  Littlejohn ranch has   the   records   to  show i iiat from    a   planting   of   very  little more than an acre last year HUM  crates of the ripe sort and at  least 200  boxes of green ones were shipped, and  Mr. Lit tlejohn estimates   tluit, due   to  Percheron  Stallion  the scarcity of help at least another 10  ton of them were not harvested. This  year he has set out in the neighborhood of 4000 plants.  Peaches are expected to at least  equal 1918. On some places the leaf  curl is again giving trouble while on  others the yield is not up to the standard. How.eyer, a couple of*notable exceptions are the Adlard and Kelsey  (Martin) ranches where the crop,  though limited, is certainly a dandy  one.  As before noted cherries will not  exceed 1918. The late frosts haye  played havoc with sweet varieties, es-  p* cially the Bings, though the sours  in some yat-ieties are heavier, but  these are not promising well as to  quality and there will be some portion  of the ciop that selling agencies are liable to refuse to, handle. The Fruit  Growers' Union is announcing a tight-  About this time of year the  average household finds itself  running low on the homemade  preserved or canned fruits* just j  a few jars, lefo and still seyeral  weeks to go before the fresh  fruits will be available.  Naturally you want the slender supply to carry you through  ���������company may come along tin-  expectedly and serving canned  goods on such an occasion would  never do.  La   a   It       Q  ******!]*******'    *********.    n *k*3  Service Fee $10 Cash  The best way out of the difficulty is to lay in a supply of jam  or marmalade now���������at least sufficient to ensure that with your  homemade stock you will be able  do pull through.  This week we have something  special in  Wagstaffe's  King-Beach  Empress and  i\.v>(e <j������ams  We offer you any of these  brands in the 1-pound tins at  $l...**i per tin, and the following  l!a.vorsto choose from: Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Currant, Pencil and Plum.  Wo have a li>\vi>i'-������*,i'i."i>������l jivt ieh*  ���������which customers speak highly  of---in Clitnav .Taut, Apple and  Hli-awliei-i-y, al, $1 the 1-lb. fin.  Marmalade  in flu*'* anil lib. tins at, equally  attractive prices, quality cousid  ered,  The prices fuclories niv paying  fur l*i-i t i I. Ibis season imlieale  III,it, .lain prices will be much  higher this fall, A word to the  careful hmt.iewife iti tail'tlcienl.  IIUV "NOW.  ening up of their grading of   these for  this year.  This is the big year for plums and  prunes. From everywhere comes the  same report. The fruit is setting abnormally heavy one might say, and  fo������? this earlv ir. the year the prospect  TOftc "hDTra-n exnnf.'i  fo  1Q1Q  ��������� T  *JVU     4^-W  jr   *w *.       VM  HWU*     ���������****-���������*.     00-T0- -m^~ 0  Pears will hold their own with 1918  it is expected. Possibly the best ranch  to get a line on this fruit is the R. J.  Long place, where, following a fine  showing last year, the trees are again  carrying fully as heavy a load this  season. New trees coining in will  make good any falling off at other  ranches, the Haskins orchard being  one of those where the pear showing  is a disappointment.  In apples, if there is a   shortage   in  Equipped with Starting  and Lighting System  ���������ihe car you have  heen waiting for.  We are prepared to take  orders now for June delivery.  There   is    only   a   limited  JJnumber   to   be   had,   so  first ordered will be first  delivered.      ^  With Starter and Lighting  $790.00  WithniitStarter anil I iirhtintr  IlllllUpli WIUI1UI    ���������������������������������������������    aakpgjjaa ������������������������>���������>(���������}  $690.00  f.o.b. FORD, Ont.  Rememember you can get  the Ford with or without  the Starter.  any variety as compared with   a year  ago it will only be in   the   Greenings,  and possibly the   Wealthy,   although  young trees of the latter that are coming along should even things up.   Tbe  increase in Mcintosh Reds will be particularly   noticeable.    A look   at the  new Truscott orchard,   Cotteriil's and  more particularly   Mcintosh   trees in  that quarter will   cenvince   of the increase in Macs.  Across   the   road the  W. V. Jackson place   will   show that  the Kings are to have a big year, following the off season a year ago, when  water core put this yariety almost off  the shipping list. In Jonathans Frank  Putnam expects to have another dandy crop despite the fact that 1918 was  also a banner year. Again we mention  the Long rarfch for a   comparison   of  the   Delicious.    This orchard   is well  represented in this variety   and while  1918 was the banner year for these 19-  19 is looking fully as promising.  J. M.  Craigie, whose heaviness to *YV"ealthYs  is well known, reports thas this   year  the crop is -light,    following   the   big  yield of 1918, and his orchard   reflects  the state of affairs in   this   yariety in  seyeral  other   places.    For   the   first  time, one  might   say.   Spies   will   be  quite prominent in   the   export trade '  if the showing these on the E. E. Cartwright and Duperry places represents  the showing on other ranches.   On the  Spitzenberg the report   is   invariably  that the prospect is for at least a yield  iip to 191.S  standard, and  the  Palmer  orchard unmistakably shows that the  Wagner is in for another big year.  For a well balanced yield   of   apples  this year the W.   G. Littlejohn   place  could hardly  be   outclassed   by   any.  Such varieties as Snows, Cox Orange.  Mcintosh, Janathan   and Wagner are  almost as  thick   as   they   can   hang,  while the show   of   Gravenstein   and  Spit'/ is just nil-Mil right to ������������������ ayoid the  necessity of much thinin*ng. Lust year  we understand, the yields were on lhe  light, side, but certainly 1911)   is   making ample amends for   any   failure at  production a year ago.  Creston Auto & Supply  R.S.Bcvan    COMPANY      Manager  The jitneys charge .*i0  cents for 'tin-  trip New Denver to Silverton.  RCPtsT. LhkviONT  NOTARY PUBL.IC  INSURANCE   -     REAL. ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL  GRESrON    -    -    te-T.G.  UBTTTT   r-*-.T>.n.-W������?T"?Q  T'Vuit o;ro\vcrs can entrust their brml*.mp;  interests" to this Bank with the fullest  assurance tluit they will receive every care  and attention.  The many services which this Bank is  prepared to render will gladly be explained  if you will call upon us.  IS- SE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE I1'^'3?*!3*?*���������??^?^**?*  ^aoa   review,   crestok,   %   m  ���������$pf*"S**3*"-'-^^^ j -is  i0  m  1  i****  Si  1  .   1    *t.V4. A AA������*IV       m^ ms w dm m. mm- mm     I ..-ts  FREE   ���������  the farmer's    absorption   and  if] ; keenness in his farm.  scvertheless, such a policy is a mis-  ken    one  from    the farmer's    own  The farmer's  family is.  K     Send  ������������'   standpoint.  jf-l i after  all,  his  best  asset,  and  it docs  ,     ,, _      r-l : not  redound     to his credit    to have  d nd������i*PSo tor *+]:,,., . ���������    .*  --   ������.,'   spicnuui equipment in the way ot larm  n������IUG ciiiU, <4*,UU*."-/S**r iVi  ~&���������\J-~  mmmm&mm..  || neW "War-time Cookery" This |J j machinery,    great barns,    well fenced  I book contains recipes chosen S I!*1."-1- und **" ^^-saj'(������e d���������"* -������������������ ~  ?.,' ,     ,.     ������   *j .-j     3 -.**(*���������    ,1,s  own work,  while his family lives  U by the judges as the best and }*j in a   shack or   imuic<luale   cottage  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers  Identifying Twins  Reports Only Differed In Initials of  Their I*Ji*uuc������  One of the greatest wat problems  of   the   London    Scottish    Regiment  | was how to distinguish Ralph Srov/a  I (now  dead)   from his  brother  Lind-  [GutoiWlHelpOeiiFl  Ptrafl-a-atk&l Agm-n #_ Unn-il'a'iBff 1  " iiyii-$<i&'������iiiiiiiiiili  Douglas & Company, Napanee. Ont.jsay>   They   were   twIns and msepar.  -j ���������_.  ... ���������. .j able, and so strikingly alike in every  y   n������OSt BraCtical reCIBeS SHblUit- % 'which is  dwarfed into    insignificance  % tedinourrecentcashprizeil:md s,,:*med by *,iesc la,'s'cr posscs"  UZi ������-.��������� W i    ���������      ���������     i *I"Cj        fr*-"-..-*^****  tfi competition. It ss intended to 8  Tlu  P  ���������I  farm  liorne should be made as  rac- I  and  isc I  i  !*|  | which  so materially assist to convert  What's the Use  Judge: "The police say that you and  your wife had some words."  Prisoner:  "I   had  some,  but  didn't  ,gct a chance to use them."���������Puck.  Are Looked On As  i   r������  Uid inett rnenas  Anprm-edhyCanadaFoodBoarf *| |hmiscwork froni  inrrc (lnull?crv i���������to!Dodd,s   Kidney   Pills   Have   Earned  j&  ! pleasure.    She will thereby be enabled  Je   j to give greater attention  to her chil  ADDRESS  E ��������� W. Gillett Co. Ltd. | I <-*-;<������. v.-*^*^ *.risv,*n g,-owuP  without that repugnance for fann life  TORONTO, CANADA  si*  Their Popularity by Their Cures.  if m  ������������������&.*C.-������-V'R������^^^  i������V^C������������VrMi'>tt'. *������Vak-*������V**v*������^ 0-.m~.mm.00.0mTmX.~mU.sV.07-.m^0������'.mt-'~%V~-Wi\K'S  "-***.  EDITORIAL  Home Life on the Farm  .ri*  Iti solving tlie* problem, now almost  universauy    recognized,   oi    checking  thc  tendency    ot  boys    and    girls to  move to the cities and keeping  thc in  on the land, the farm home must play  by far the most important part.    Even  in the cities the right kind of a home  is  thc  greatest     restraining  force     in  keeping young people from drifting to  far away places and pastures new.    It  is the. most powerful of all influences,  and   nowhere   will   the   influence  of   a  good and comfortable home, and the  right  kind  of  home  surroundings, bc  found more potent than on  thc farm.  In   a   new     country   like     Western  Cauoda, which is just  emerging from  thc crudeness of the pioneer stage, it  is inevitable    and altogether    natural  that- it*,  the. earlier years of its development    thc  farm    home  should    be  small and lacking in those many little  comforts      and      attractive      features  which appeal so strongly to youth. It  was  necessary  meni   secured,  a  available,   sonic   hot  gathered   together,   ;  buildings     provided  I '.sii-ill v. therefore, l'  hat  thc land    should  first   l)c  broken,  essential   farm  ccpiip-  water   supply     made]  -scs   and   livestock ;  ind   the   necessary  for   their     care. !  ir*-i fann home  which   so   many   farm-bred   girls  now  feel.  A telephone should be installed and  thus largely eliminate that feeling of  isolation, and bring the whole family  circle into closer touch with friends  and neighbors. A few good books,  pictures, magazines and thc district  newspaper will help to brighten thc  farm home, while, if it is possible, a  piano or musical record machine will  provide, the boys and girls witlt those  pleasures al home- which "cad tliem to  look longingly towards thc cities in  order to enjoy.  In  a  word,   the  fanner  should   not  overlook   every   opportunity   to  make  farm  life  attractive  to  his   boys  and  girls in  order  to inspire and encourage  them to  remain on  the  land and  follow Avh-.it is admittedly the. most independent     life  anyone     can lead   in  these'times. And in his effort to make  thc farm, and farm lite, attractive, he  will soon discover by a little'observation  that  he.  has  the  greatest  of  all  inducements in a happy, comfortable,  attractive home.    A little money and  time spent on flower seeds, trees and  shrubs   and   their   care   will   pity   dividends just   as   truly   as   that  spent  on  seed wheal.  |      Make the  farm home attractive and  j the  boys   and   girls  will   be loath   to  i leave   it;     leave   it     unattractive   and  j lacking   in   comfort   and  those   things  which  give  pleasure and they will be  Alberta Lady Who Suffered From  Kidney Trouble for Ten Years Is  Now Recommending Dodd's Kidney  Pills to Her Friends.  Tolland, Alta., Tune 2nd.��������� (Special.)  ���������"I can recommend Dodd's Kidney  Pills to anyone who needs a remedy for sick kidneys." So says Mrs.  Fred Wolters, a well-known and  highly respected lady living here. Aud  Mrs. Wolters gives her reasons for  making  this statement.  "I suffered from kidney trouble for  ten ycars. 1 felt heavy and sleepy  after meals. I was always tired and  nervous and I had a bitter taste iu  my mouth, especially in the mornings.  1 was often dizzy, my memory, was  failing;  and     T     was     vcrv     irritable.  way that it was hardly possible to dis  tinguish one from the other. Early  in their military training their officers  were so puzzled that an official order  was sent to Ralph commanding him  to grow a moustache to distinguish  him from Lindsay. After passing  through all the grades of non-commissioned rank, the brothers had thc  distinction of being promoted to commissioned rank together in their, famous corps. Tn all their courses of  training equal attainment marked  them. Out of a school of 500 officers  they were two of four officers specially recommended to thc War Office  for merit, and thcy were informed  that 'their reports only differed in the  initials of their names.  ts to  ent to fi  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  To get tlie genuine, call for full name I.AX-  TTVE BROMO QUININE Tablets.. Look  for signature of Ji. VV. GROVE. Cures a  Cold   in   One   Day.     30c.  hcau-  wcrc  stiuncss iu Hie joints, backache,  ache, and finally rheumatism  added to mv troubles.  "I finally "decided to try Dodd's Kidney Pills and I look two boxes. T  found them satisfactory- in every way.  T do not think they can be excelled."  You will notice  that everyone, who  Don't wait to have eruptions, red- I  Sr-ess and roughness- dsndruS and g  irritation.   Prevent th*s*m by malclng g  I this  wontaeifiil  skin-clearing ceaa- i  plexion soap your ������very-day toilet  | 8oap, assisted by touches of Cuticura  S Ointment to the fits, signs of little  skinandscalp troubles,anddustjng*3  of Cuticura TalcUir*, a fascinsling  | fragrance. In delicate Cuticura tned-  I {.cation The Cuticura Trio is wondef-  1 ful. Sample each free of-"CuU-5Ur������8  I Dept. N. Boston, U. S. A."  Rule of Bolshevik  Airmen Form Provincial Association  Regina, Sask.���������Airmen of Saskatchewan have formed a provincial association known as the Air Services Association of Saskatchewan, to which] children  aviators of any of the allied countries  are welcomed as members. Thc object of the association is the promo-  lion of the interests of aeronautics  and aerial navigation in this province.  Owing to the great distances and tlie  Omsk. ��������� Before their flight from  Sarapul, on the Kama, southwest of  Perm, the Bolshevik committed great  excesses, shooting down the wives of  officers and soldiers in the army of  the Omsk government. Iti many  cases     thcy  did  not  spare     even   the  recommends Dodd's Kidney Pills luis;lackof roads and raihvavs m  the un_  tried     them    and louml  them    gooci.  They are. recognized as old and tried  friends in thousands of Canadian families. Ask your neighbors about them.  Tact  To possess tact it is necessary to  have a fine perception, and to be  sensitive; for how can wc know what  will pain another without having  some criterion in our own feelings by  which we can judge, of his? Hence T  maintain that onr tact is always in  proportion to our sensibility. ��������� Lord  Bvron.  settled parts of tiie province, it is  claimed that aerial navigation can  play an important part, especially in  the delivery of mails and light express.  ire Terror ot Astnma conies nice a  Miller's Worm 1'owdcrs arc a  prompt relief from the attacks of  worms in children. Thcy are powerful iu their action and, while leaving  nothing to be desired as a worm ex-  pcllunt, have an invigorating effect  upon the youthful system, remedying  fever, biliousness, loss of appetite,  sleeplessness, and other ailments that  follow disorders caused by worms in  thc stomach and bowels.  . i.: .. c  tliltt  I'rr-l.f  -**T4*' *-  palatable  Kxterminator is acccp-  auxiotis to get awav from it and  will ] table to children, and it does ils work  Sweet      ami  Graves' Worm  I take- the iirsl available  doing so.  opportunity ot  f | surely aud promptly.  with its dreadful  throttling, robbing its victim of  breath. It seems beyond the power  of human aid to relieve until one trial  is made of that remarkable preparation, Dr. j. D. Kcllogg's Asthma, Remedy.    Then relief conies with a rush.  Life becomes worth living, and if the, . _..  remedy  be  used  persistently,   the   di- *" Annunzio squadron. ^ Mis aeroplane  Mother' scase    is put    permanently    to  route.' had been  hit  many   times  by  enemy  j Take  no  substitute. j |\Vc.    D'Aununzia     used    to  call  him  ��������� . ;"ihc infallible, eagle."  Italian  Aviator Killed  Captain Palli, one of the best Italian  airmen,  has   been   killed  while  flying  Cat*.glit in  a snowstorm, bis aeroplane crashed  near Bourg *St. Maurice, Savoy. He  had accomplished one hundred nnd  forty war raids, among them the famous     Vienna    expedition with    the  n ;  lillh-  more  ;;.;.;;���������;:,���������.;,;,���������,���������ichildhood constipation  to   i-al   and   sleep.      It   possessed   U-w|  comfort-p  and   was   the   reverse  of  at-j  tr.,-.live,     and.   isolated     in   many  pjiane.-^.     ihei'i-   u������-re     lew   neighbors.  wi-:.   .i   re-nltan".   threat   loneliness.      It  i*.   -mall   wonder   that   it   failed   sci   fre-  ,[!���������.. nil*.-    to   li..hl    lhe   hoy-   and   girls  v !'������������������!!   *4,!'..'v    reached   their   later   teens  Constipated  rl'l*. I...C I! .  ��������� 1 1  .1  niatilu km  iPS  i.-M-ti   alter  ���������,   certain   *-tat.\e  .    ;.it*it ic r   w as  ii .\ a v   iti  a   ma -  .., a 11 - o r 11  iat all hi  ,-. as miliz  children       can       find  *,,. | prompt  relief    through     thc    use.    of  Ikiby's   Own   Tablets.        Thc  Tablets  are mild but thorough laxative which  never  fail  lo regulate the bowels and  stomach, thus driving    out   constipation   and   indigestion,   colds and   simple, fevers.      Concerning    them    Mrs.  C.aspard Daigle, Domain, Qui'., writes:  "I.ahy's Own    Tablets  have    been  of  great   benefit   to   my     little'boy,   who  was suffering from    constipation    and1  indigestion.      They    quickly    relieved  him,  and     now     he  i*.  in   the    best  of  health."        The.   Tablets   art-   sold   by  iiK-dicino dealers or by mail at 25 cts.  a  linN   from  Tho   Dr.   Williams'   Medicine  Co.,  I'nicUville, <- >nt.  Appreciates thc Compliment  "I   wouldn't  marry  the     best     man ��������� Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  living." . (    "I'm sorry you  feel that way about i      if   japan   has   her  way.  "there   ain't  ituc, but T appreciate the compliment." fgoing   to   bc   no   Corra."   ���������   Detroit  Agrees to Disarm Ahead of All Other.���������Detroit Free Press. j News.  Germany in Favor  Of Disarmament  Berlin.  Powers  Information  ami  has  i < r -  Tli  Ail  liofi-  ���������ing kn-  -,     while  :. -  ., \ .- r ���������  to.,    i' r e ���������  4 ['li    i I'l. ! ii  " Vo ,\ Ill :..  ;ri   ti;ink  r   ' i: i 11... ������������������,  ,i i, i!    tin  :\ .. ������������������   no!  \ ictory is worth nothing except for  the truils that are under it, in it, and  above   it.  Ask   for  ( Mir  Minard's  and  take no  other  been received from unimpeachable sources  that the counter-proposals to be maife  by Germany to the peace conference  will declare in favor of military disarmament, saying that Germany is  ready to reduce her forces to 350,0(10  within two months after the conclusion of peace, and by the expiration  of another year to cut lhe size of the  army down lu 200,000 men.  ll will be declared that itt spite of  internal disorders and the necessity  i for defending her frontiers, Germany  thus agrees to disarm ahead of all  other powers. It is pointed out that  this gives adequate proof of Germany's determination to renounce all  militaristic and imperialistic tendencies.  iw*. are like buildings going  1 ni'., ami tyji'vy one who comes to us,  .whether for a prolonged slay or only  .ior   a   lew   moments,   puts  something  into   the   wall.-,   or  into   I he aih.ru men t. ] \ rouble  I'.'..r  friends, if  they are  worthy, exert  i a   i dea- ii i eh'ss  inllueiiec  ovor us.  Very Quarrelsome Neighbors  Names of ihe parties aro Corns and  oes���������bolh     were     unhappy     till   the  was   remedied     by   Putnam's  Corn   l'.xt ractor.     Any  corn  goes  out:  of business iu 2*1 hours if ".���������iilnan.iV  applied  1 rv it  .!.ii-  at  all  dealers.  11  it  'fhfrxrrfAc ^a  jCrf^rilX(A7~>  ���������     m-*m.     TimSf  wny so ma.Tiy  people  ni^lko  Air>.fO Mh irk c?  nt-9 IX %JSL, ttsfewP  --'-*��������� *���������"���������>       ,-^������       m, ������       1     *-7,       -Id-)  I K-r^ XJL     S<J.A  -VTT.rv.  j|.>"Si_*.  -,-r  vt������  ���������I  \(.<\*>r one riuroi *-<%<Zn������. -a-ay.  i l\s \-mc-ci~~ u.se oi *  tl ie  ilclitfj.tful flavor, a ad wonderful vaiu������f-.s of Grape-Nuts  <\s <\ neaii.ii.  biiiicic:-!-.  Treasure Returned  To Belgium  Was Kept for Safety in the Bank of  England  .The   I'.eh.'.iau   tn.asuic,  cuii-piniiiig   oi  state dot-iuiii-nts, sa\ings hank securi-  i ,;������ .���������   I.;i]......,   gold     and   'Am-v,   whieh  'have throughout the war horn in lhe  | sale keeping ot the liank of Knglatul,  has'e now heen returned to lli-lgium.  !'!., y '��������� ��������� j ��������� i tiled tin- -.aviiH'p, of the  ' < K- i .i u t i,i i ii tn in the peace era, ain-  iiintiii.-. lo many inillioii**.    The Cock-  were  i     ,,'r  had  pre-  .l.irl.    1 an-,   I  e.n.h.  n.  r-nri i*or>">r "\YTT7 K TT)  O 1 X-XxXx-S L       VV JOi   -i\j  Put the hoys and girls in p&rf&r shoes this  summer.    The*y can havo two or three pair*-.  of p-^frWf' ror ^*|xo pr.jce 0f one pajr 0jr leather  sKoes.     Tnr*- low price of \m*-1f\kW' ftn<**j[ their  .1    i  .i  . n in  .ling,   I ���������  ��������� 14, I.  llll."  . 1   . li i  thev  111.  II     lot      M .IIIC  ..hipnienl ���������{.  lgium  W 'i 'i.k.i  og.r.g   and   the   othei-  oil    lieij.    .1,  - 1 1 .1  **iti.u������.i*y *Wciu", iuukc tucut tm  mid economical summer si  iin..';''   luaijintavi v'  I  economical summer shoes -you can btry  for children.  Tito Best Shoo Store, Sell p&p*<\    (^^^jg)  ���������<.4,',^4\ri,vt.*\0%i~>r  *'".������������ll|<fl4lrV**.'  M  '���������*������*. .-.'���������*���������������nlrC** i"C*yv*U''ii"  t~7x- z^z-ztyi-t. "-/tn -ifeCirtx-^is- **������ "ry-w y  ���������"'���������"^'���������''���������������������������'."���������ipjA^ijI.^^  t*t<>*W^H+^iV*P.������l.������-*������������,MT|  ~"    " "MrrflmnHi-lilli  V * 'e i'������*���������"���������'*' 11- fc t- itstmtpim*. mu-'-i'MtntTsmi xm-p*nxtd  (i^^^g^m^M'^'''''--'''" "���������'  t^^4s>ss~*y|fm^^vid^~7^l^ t>t^irinwHMMth*,*m-rii0tii'immm!*Mi*mm  ���������*4tai}Mii������M^^ THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     ���������t  iiiimupiwi)  .nmmiadiimMiim  0mtiiaii^0.^-.. 5r;r riwirptrj  mtmr'   A'Sd-ii  H   hB*"b    g (g k^^j H  "���������"���������a-ia   eai  Claims, Te Enemy Shipping  Versailles.���������The German  claim on the allied powers is based j  largely on the. alleged effect of the  blockade upon the life and health of  the civilian population. It is argued  that a million births vverc prevented  as a direct result of the food blockade  upon thc vitality of avoiiich. Same  causes, it i.s contended, increased the  deaths, approximately 800,000. Lack  of milk for young children, thc absence, of rubber and cotton for hospital use and the interruption of supplies of quinine, camphor and other  medicaments were further factors in  the losses, according to the German  argument.  Should the Germans open this field  of enquiry, the allies are prepared to  r������*ply effectively by reference to the  far greater decrease, of births and'in-  crasc of deaths in France, Belgium,  Poland, Rumania and Serbia as -i direct result of the German war measures.  The allies possess the German official figures showing that the milk production in Germany during the war  was never below forty-five per cent,  of     the     normal  production,     Avhich  intrigue m Kmite&ana  ii Adriatic  Should U.S. Keep Vessels Interned in  American Ports t  London.���������Thc division of German  mercantile shipping, which has been  lhc subject of considerable discussion  in England since the announcement 1  that the United States was to rceei\-c  all vessels interned in United States  ports, was raised in the house of com-  ��������� Orders Given to Tear Down Political; inons    by Ben    'fillet,    member    for Telegram From Big River Inspector  (rf**!**!^^  lbr������AA������^>lUt  o  SlMoh   mht-ac  in   tYnriirt  -j-l-i-l   a ss -4&-J"   isi   uvi tin  Posters  Coblcuz. ��������� Orders were issued to  the military police in Coblcuz and to  patrols, throughout thc area of occupation to  tear down immediately any  North  Sal ford.    Mr Tillct asked An- Says Some Homes Destroyed  drew Bonar Law, the government j Regina.���������Information of thc devas-  spokesman, what steps lhc govern- j tation caused by the recent bush fires-  ment Avas taking "to claim a share j j.,- the northern part of the province  of  enemy   shipping   in   proportion   to j has reached thc office, of A. E. Fisher,  tire commissioner for "Saskatchewan.  In some cases people have lost ihcir  homes,  and   other property   has   been  political posters    should they appear. t the losses sustained by us of the ves-  The   soldiers  also  Avere   cautioned  to I sels  detained  in  American  waters."  prevent  any    meetings  of  a  political!     Mr.  Bonar  Law  said  he  could  not  character. 'discuss   the   matter,   but   hoped      the  At headquarters it Avas said that no ! house Avould    trust    the    British dele-  stich  meetings had taken  place,  military     authorities,  hoavever,     haA-e.  PI,   -4    <     , ,.    -,~  X  L4P-.   4   g,llC'>  to  protect  t!  icir   interests.  received information of an intrigue, in  Avhich" several influential Germans are  implicated. The object of thc intrigue  was to launch a demonstration iu Coblcuz in  favor of a  separation  Horatio Bottomley, an Independent  member, asked whether it was not a  convenient opportunity for President  Wilson to "prove the sincerity of his  idealism by making -.to claim for  from   these ships and giving them to those  I who have, borne the heat and burden  ��������� of the. Avar."  Poland Still Destitute  In Desperate Nerd of Food, Clothing  and   Raw   Material   and  Machinery  New  Vork,  N.V. ��������� Present condi-  Plague Follows War  The Coming Winter May See Typhus  Ravage Europe  Paris.���������One hundred thousand perilous  m     Poiand arc    described  in  a   sons in  J?0-a!,������J arc iU of  '"-'P-*- "-"*.  ��������� *"  would have been suflieient to maintain   statcsncnt *ssuc,j 1)v the America!- 'Re-   cording to advices received by thc su-  the children had thcy received it. i i;���������f   ,i,i,���������:���������;,fm(;���������.',      ������������������.���������..���������:������������������ .-.-i     fro.u i prcine   economic  council.    Typhus   is  destroyed by thc flames.  Thc. folloAving telegram was received by Mr. Fisher,.from an inspector,  dated at  Big  River:  "Bush fire around Canwood aiid  Polworlh, May 18 and 19. One family  homeless. On May 22 a big fire swept  west, jumped across Big River and  burned five sheds and Ladder Lake  Lumber company warehouse; also set  :-. stable on fire. Bush fire coming on  Big River from north and southeast.  Men out at present back firing. One  family homeless in Big I*"!-.;-.- from  fire  o;.   Mav 22."  j     Paris.���������The question of Finnic   and  i the  southern  territorial boundaries oi  Austria has been settled by thc allied  council, according to the best information here.  An agreement has also been reached, it is stated, on the general Adriatic questions, except regarding economic arrangements. Thus, all territorial questions wiii bc presented to  the Attstrians Friday in tlie proposed.  terms.  The matter of reparations will come  up  for consideration later.  New York.���������The Associated Press  issues thc folloAving:  The Austrians, who haA-e b*ecn clamoring for an early presentation of the  peace  treaty  that  has  been  arranged  <i.  '11      1:r.      /---.llr.-l      VpntV.es,      flpr������  P.. l-TV. 4_t...P-P. ������^������.P4_.|.4, ������..x-  ind handed the docu-  peacc congress  ment.  This had been made possible  through an agreement reached in the  Council of Four on one mighty question which has blocked thc council in  jits efforts to settle thc issues with, the  'J.lie lailure oi oerinan cities to rc-  Sr       p-ctve   mote   man   iu oi   x~.   >j������_r  tent  the normal milk supplies was through  no fault of the blockade, it is pointed j  out, but was due to the German  system of distribution.    The lack of rubber and cotton for hospitals, likewise,  represented  thc  active   choice   of  the  German     authorities  who devoted  to  military and other purposes  imports  of rubber and cotton considerably in  excess of requirements.   The same ar-.i  gumentation    will be applied    to the  scarcity of synthetic drugs, due to tlie  conversion of German chemical plants  to Avar purposes.  ' Berlin.���������The newspapers comment  at great length on the German counter proposals. Theodore Wolff, in thc  Tagcblatt, says that the Avhole counter  draft corresponds to the democratic,  ideals of right, and in no Avay to military nationalist conceptions. The de-  maud that the occupation troops shall  return home in six months at the latest might also bc reckoned as meant  to affect thc preservation of German  sovereignty.   The Yorwaerts says:  "Everyone  in  Germany    has     read j  the text .Avith heavy hearts,     it sober j  reason    prevailed at  Paris,    it  would  jump at this proposal."  Thc. Yorwaerts, however, thinks  that thc sigiiin-*-" of the ententcdrafl  Avill be insisted upon.  lief  Administration,     compiled  authentic sources open to the administration.-   The statement says in part  ! increasing in Poland and is epidemic.  j It is epidemic in H  .mgary and a inini-  "VVith   all   its   other   difficult   prob- i  bcr of other countries in southwestern  lems to  meet,  Poland  is,  in addition.j Europe.  actively fighting Bolshevism, not only  for its OAvn sake, but for thc sake of  The- spread  of  the  plague in  other  parts of  Europe is  feared during thc  qrable     for     its     propagation     than  warmth.  The supreme council has appointed  a committee of British, French and  Italian representatives to confer with  representatives of thc league of Red  Cross, to prepare definite plans to  combat typhus and cholera, those  plans to bc submitted to the respec-  tiA-e governments.  $125,000 for Holstein Two-Year-Oid  Buffalo.��������� Kaggapple the Great, a  two-year-old Hoistc-in bull, was sold  for $125,000 at the dispersal sale of  the stock farm of Oliver Cabana here.  Thc price is said to be the highest  ever paid for a sire. Robert E. Pointer, of Detroit, Mich., was the buyer.  Another record was made when  the cow Fairview Mala was sold to  John Tesahanan, of Buffalo, for !j'3.v  000. About four months ago the cow  was bought for .$18,000. She is a producer of -17.11 pounds of butter a  week.  the world. The Pilsudski Govern- coming winter, cold being more fav-  nietit remains stable, and is worthy of  the greatest respect. It is making  much progress in setting up a national and economic life for the new Polish nation.  "To fully understand    Poland,    one  must always bear in mind that there  is a great gulf between thc rich and  educated Polish aristocracy, in Avhose  ranks are  men of letters; artists  and  poets in a proportion not equalled in  any  other  country,  and  the  agrarian  or peasant class, Avho arc illiterate.  ��������� "Every attempt  on the part of tin-  Polish  aristocracy to better thc condition    of    thc    Polish    peasant    Avas  crushed  by  the great jealous  powers  which  haA-e  cnskiA'cd   Poland  for  150  ycars.    The present    Polish    government   rccognii.es   as   its   first   duty   a  betterment of    the    conditions of thc  peasants    and    the    upbuilding    of    a  strong middle class.  "Al present, Poland is in desperate  need of food, clothing, and raw material and machinery for her stripped  and idle factories. Sixty per cent, of  her last harvest was carried away by  the  Germans.    Nonnnllv   Poland  is  a  Austrians���������Italy's . demands that she  bc aAvarded Fiume, a seaport Ioavii on  the  northeastern  Adriatic,  and  given    j other    concessions    in    Dalmaiia    "to  Earned    Many    Honors  as  anl^-h-ch President Wilson  and Premier  Hawker Has a Record  Aviator  New York, N.Y.���������Harry G. Hawker, Avho started from St. Johns, Newfoundland, on a trans-Atlantic night  in a SopAvith airplane, is an Australian. Hc began his career as a mech-  aic and rose to the rank of an aA'iator  under thc tutelage of SopAvith, one  of the earliest British airmen. He  first came into prominence on October  24, 1912, when flying a Sopwith biplane, designed after the pattern of  thc Wrights' machine; iie established ��������� these  states).  Lloyd George and Premier  ceau bciicA-ed she was not fully entitled. Thc. nature of thc settlement  has not yet been made public.  Paris.���������Thc slates formed from the  Austrian empire lwc A'irtualiy agreed  to pay part of the Austrian indemnities, not as enemies of the entente, but  in recognition of their delibcratio and  also to proportionately bear their  share of 40 million kronen (Austrian  paper currency, still  in  circulation in  I    -.HpJt,t   ml^  Canada's War E?:penditure  Ottawa.���������According to thc Auditor-  General of Canada's report, the Avar  expenditures during the year .1918, thc  last full 12-monlh period of the A\-ar,  amounted to $3-43,836,801. Of this  amount, $201,288,628 Avas expended in  Canada by the Militia Department,  aud $115,381,243 by the Overseas Department of Militia and Defense. Thc  Invalided Soldiers' Commission cost  $11,393,654, while the naval defense of  the counti-v cost the people $9,668,229.  a British record of 8 hours and 23  minutes for a duration flight and avoii  the British Michelin trophy for that  year.  In 1913, flying a Sopwith equipped  with a Gnome motor, he established  .a British altitude record of 12,900  feet, and on the same day carried  aloft two passengers to a height of  10,600 feet. Later he attained thc  world's altitude record���������28,500 feet���������  which Avas subscquentlj*" excelled.  During the Avar he was an experimental aviator assisting in thc development of Sopwith machines.  ,PPrt*.,,l,l,--V  **��������� ��������� *- -J  payment will bc about 2,500,000,000,000  kronen.    Another 2,500,000,000,000 Avill  be     proportioned     among     Hungary,  Czecho-Slovakia,    Jugo-Slavia, Rumania and Poland and Italy.    A feature  of   thc   arrangement   is   that   Italy   is  sharing    the cost    of    Austria's    Avar  against  Italy.    This  results from   the  acquisition by Italy of Trentino    and  other sections, which share in thc total amount assessed against Austria.  Final clauses of the financial terms  of thc treaty were concluded at the  conference todav.  Foc-d Shipments Limited  New    York.���������German-Americans in  the United Slates are to bc permitted  by the War Trade  IJoard to send certain   foodstuffs,  including    condensed  .... - , .       I,I'll       1 UUUMU 11^,      1141  1144.11114^ 4V.4UV....".  self-sustaining countn* as to food, and , ' . ,   . ,  ...               .   ,               *,                ,      ,      "milk and sugar, but uo perishable ar  Willi some help now she can stand on    . .                 ,..-.. ,      .,  , ,                {    .      c-          .,          - , ,<        c  tides, to relatives in Germany, by th<  hiM*   own   feet.     Since   the   middle   of '       7 ,     1        1 ���������  February about 100,000 tons of American foodstuffs have been sent into  1 'oland.  c  steamship Thala, chartered by the.  Balkan American Express & Navigation Company. No other -.'nicies, not  even soap, may be sent.  Canadian Flier in Great Race  New York.���������Captain J. E. Boyd,  Cau.-T.dian aviator who was shot down  by German anti-aircraft guns Avhile  flying ovcr Xebrugge, managed to  avoid capture by guiding his plane  into Dutch territory, Avhere he was  interned October 3, 1915, announced  himself here as au entry to the. race  of tlie London Daily Mail for thc  purse of $.-5fl"*000 for a non-stop trans-  Atlantic flight.  Captain     Boyd     is     making     final  Spanlriiigcloesn'tcureloecl-wettiiig  ���������the trouble is due to weakness  of the internal organs. My successful home treatment will be found  helpful. Send no money, but  write me today. My treatment  ia equally successful for adults,  troubled with urinary difficulties.  MHS.M. SUMMERS, Bos 42   Windsor*On'.  L  TO  AND  FROM  ALL LINES��������� ALL CLASSES  PASSPORTS  fTi.nni.44i.i44. -<i -r'Di-ii-  * ��������� " " '"   Send  us  Iwo photos;  \.c do the  rest.  Net urn passages secured.  Writ''     u*-     ..uly,       S'.ti-'-i'a.'ti.m  guaranteed.  Tt IK  Jules Hone Travel Agencies  9 St. Lawrence Boulevard  MONTI-! KAI.  w  N.  U.  ���������'���������'i:'"::'-*8M.t������t*aaat*aa  !.:*<���������'*  Mounted Police Strengthened  Vancouver, B.C.���������The first detachment of thc Koyal Northwest Mounted Police force whieh is being established here as the headquarters for  British Columbia has arrived in tlie  city. While no official reason is forthcoming for extending 'the famous  corps into this province, the general  opinion is tluit the move is a precautionary measure in the even-. o\ any  Bolshevist outbreaks. Since the  n<iiemi'/;ition of the Vancouver police  force, thai body has h>sl a portion of  public   confidence.  Dutch Discuss Boundaries  Paris.���������The council of foreign ministers continued the. discussion of the  .treaty   of   IS'.'-I,   relating   to    I'oIj'muiu  | ami   Holland.    Johnkecr  Van   Karnc-  l"hiti*h    mini*.!.-!*   of   forcii'tt    affairs,   who   has   appeared   before   the  council    on  lhe  subject,     returned  to  Holland to examine the question with  hi-;   government.     Al   as   early  o   date  as possible    lie Avill     resume negotiations   at   Paris  with   the  council.  II Petirini"-"  from   Politics  St. John's, Nfid.���������In the assembly  form-, r Premier Lloyd, ,\ho..e cabinet  h.i*- resigned, announced his intention  of retiring- from public life, aud stated  he intended to accept the rcgistrarship  1x.r.  '.V.j ..'���������."���������.'-''.!".   CO'.-."',  'it prerrnt  vac-  .oil, and v.liip'h the incoming mini'-.lry  ha.l offered him stihseqiicn ���������  to the re-  I . ��������� < n i   < ��������� i i ���������- i ���������- ,  Germany's  Demands  Paris.���������It is understood that thc  Gentians in their counter-proposal*-;  will demand thai the allies evacuate  territory occupied in Germany within  four months of the signature of the  treaty. Tiny will consent to a reduction of their army, provi-hng the entente countries reduce their armies  proportionately, and will demand a  mandate, for the administration of  their  former colonies.  tor  his  fli  Indian Ruler Loyal to King  London, England.���������With characteristic loyalty and devotion to thc British CroAvn, ihe Maharajah of Bikanir,  in view of th.e Afghan violation .of  British territory, lias, during his recent short visit to London from the ���������  peace conference, placed ai the disposal of King George- hi.s personal services and all the resources oi his  stale. It will bc remembered that the  Maharajah oi Bikanir Avas the first ot  the Indian ruling princes to make the  same  offer     to  the  King-Kmpcror  in  an  d pp-'M  ���������   r..iih(p  Newfoundland by the middle of June.  British Liberals Against Titles  London.-   Thc  Manchester  Liberal-*  ll!-*  itu  \  . . ,v,,r,  p 4. ^ilik,  1914.  Atlantic Trip Not Serious One  London. ��������� Speaking at a luncheon  *' b  i  Feed Russia When Bolshe Gone  London.- -The. allied ami associated  powers have made arrangements to  feed Pctrograd and render assistance  to the starving population after the  expulsion of the Bolshcviki. Herbert.  C. Hoover, the head of ihe allied relief,   has   the' details   in   hand.     It   is  hoped that ������������������������������������li'-f will be in lhe city  within thirty-six hours after the Bolsheviki  withdraw.  Cannot Order Strike  Montreal.- "Under the laws of the  American Federation of Labor no  trades and labor council lias the right  Ir- ri/p.*i',ro ��������������� p-tt-il/-'," pi-rid ������*. T. Tvon-  rnkamp, international president of the  Commercial Tclcgi ,iphci'.'.' Union of  A iiirrica.  include in a program for submission' Riven by thc Daily M;.il. in his state-  to the National Liberal Federation a  section rcconi.-.iendh.g that no new  hereditary titles shall be created within thc United Kingdom. That all existing, hereditary titles with the exception of those of the royal family  shall cease at the death of the present  holders. It Avas moved to confine Untitles to the King and Queen, but the  section as given  was passed.  Lloyd George Is Coming  Paris.������������������-Premier Lloyd George, of  Great Britain, is considering favorably  a proposal from the U.S. peace delegation, that he visit America this \eai".  Thc Premier would ro to the U.S. especially   to   at t "Mid   ���������h"  fil'c1    ilirrlitio-   ..fl  the League, of Nations in  Washington  in October.  ment to Lieut.-C.mmandtr Grieve,  Harry G. Hawker d. pr crated thc organization which had won for tin* United Slates thc honor of tin first crossing of thc Atlantic by a iteavicr-iiian-  air it������;.chine, lie d-'chired that it waa  not a serious attempt. A-.ith a ship stationed at "every twenty yards." Hawker continued:  "It yon ]>-,u a -hip every liny miies,  it shows you have no faith in your  motor."  Berlin Looking  Tow.-tds  Vatican  Berlin.���������11 err   Von    Bergen,   former  rouiKclli'.r   of   th.e   l-"*--ati *  "i'i'-  for    thc  l   i  4 I I       I     4 .    '   ���������  grn   is   a  11.Tinan   emptr  ��������� loly  -U0 ce  ll ecu  ding  Pro  :-,;im  1: \> t\\ii i-'.ii\  will b  Recurrence of 'Tlu"  C!i:iple:iu.--Tlir "tlu" has broken out  here again.    Twenty-six rnrtefi are -reported and two deaths from the epP  .     * .. i  I. * ... *..,.  |P|I1.I., 4.4.4   U.   ,   '    >.       .......4.*.,/.  Aeroplane Trip Over Kr-yptian Desert  London, England.���������Colonel Wilson,! ]..u.(.������j-   ru.,,;,,  one of the commanders of thc British,  forcer, iu Mer-opotntni:!, h:i������* arrived ini  -r - ������ P ������ r   .  * f .    .    I  j:.<l(_,.,ll.U        .4.44     ��������� P,4. 4.4      . ;        .    -     -,  Mosul, by way of the Vgypti-m dc;ert  and Cairo.    The trip lasted a week.  h.i t.. P.  .!.  ���������.r.trali-t.  p.-.pal <1< legate  thr.s  dep.tiling  court, h;.*"  gotti  not  > *p -.  .. i'.i- f..rn:er U.-vurian  to Swi..-'ei'land ."nd i-  ,. :    :...   I'...-.;.: ....  Over Five Mileti Hif-h*  P-riris. ������������������ Adjutant Cu:*al, a L'rct.cli  aviator, in a iiigiii fm ���������.muuu-, .���������;.>.���������...-  ded  31,000  feet.      Thi-.   coi.* titi;i<-.*:   :.  ..'Ol-lll's     1 ������-������   Ol ll.  New   Troops   to   1<n������-.������ in  Arcli'.ngel.-     I he    Aim in an    ciui*-<-r  J )������-*iii..iii( -: ;.r*.'ivp...l 1.'re   mi..i.1i,..i- ��������� ��������� vi-��������� -  ly with  tr.-i������i**p<'>rts. bringing r.-*w   Bri*  ti*!i   vo'.'.'.r. tr. r   r.r:;ty   unit**   to   rfli������**v������  l|.������ 1/4 4.14    ,1 ���������        ..... ..,.-.  v. ho h.'.vr  b<<-i.  *.���������.���������������������������' I-.-J  ��������� it I    AU*  ������������������������������*���������������  -".rilll    IIII.MIII       ���������-,'���������>��������� ���������,.������..   i������-       - ���������"   -r-    -r~- ���������   I. . i ������������������....MP ml 11 ������������������ ll WW|*1101 It 0^-**���������*  d.UUX.-^kit, ,  S3  ���������gagi^^  > t-������n f*������^>tiMM..W'l '***'���������'' '*i*������-."W\'it  X >MW-^'^WlP.!llni,'W^r-iWll**������������''^-rt--������p*������  'WUWHi.pi-pk*1 t-mrn  ���������������"-- ���������  ���������������������������"��������� "~''Ti'iWiri riw-n TiWr
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We have too many Shoes.
Also, we are short of Cash to
meet some pressing obligations
maturing this month.
xnis combination forces us
to put on a shoe sale extraordinary for the week commencing June 14th and continuing
until closing time on Saturday,
June 21st.
You will have to see the
Shoes to appreciate the values
we are offering, but a few
.samples oi prioes win convince
that generous reductions have
been made. Two or three
lines to illustrate���
Men's   Box   Calf    Bluchers,
reg. price $6, selling at	
Men's    Bos    Calf    Oxfords,
reg. pi-ice $5, selling at	
Dog Lost��� Large yellow collie. Reward.   C. Blair, Erickson.
Foi*.    Salt?���Lumber    wn<?on    and
-ddle horse.   JF*red Smith, Creston.
Mrs. W. P. Stark Was a visitor with
Nelson frier*.-:;'* a few slays the fore part
of the week.
Hokse Fob Sale���Pony, equally
good as driver or under saddle. J. M.
Churchill. Creston.
Bicycle For Sale���A 1918 Cleveland, .$30 cash. See it at Embree &
Foreman's garage.
There is a temporary shortage of real
fresh eggs, and the price has gone up
to 5,5 cents a dozen.
Miss A, Doyle of the Fruit Growers'
Union staff, was a week-end visitor
with her parents at Nelson, returning
on Monday.
The Fruit Growers Union has an
important announcement for sour
cherry shippers, in this issue. Look it
up, on page 8.
Both morning and evening service
scheduled for Christ Church on Sunday next, with a celebration of Holy
Communion after morning prayer.
For Sale���5 acres choice fruit land
slashed and burned. Road and water.
All level, ideal homesite. Apply to
owner, Mrs. C. Moore, Creston, B.C.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid tea
and sale of cooking on Saturday afternoon in Speers' Hall was very liberally patronized, the intake   being just
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Will the parties who borrowed my
7 x 5-foot 'A' tent, 5-foot crosscut saw,
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return  the same, as I am in  need of
them.���J. A. P. Crompton.
The Methodist Ladies'   Aid   are en
tertaining to-night in Mercantile  Hall
at an   ice cream an strawberry social,
with tht usual musical features, start-
Men's Blucher, dress or work
shoes, reg. $5, selling at...
Hoys' 8 inch top shoes, just the
thing for school wear, reg.    "3  nE
price $4.25, sellingat     0-ZJ
Special prices will obtain on
all .shoes in the store during
sale week.
Good style, good tit, and
leather selected tor durability
are the first essentials of economy. You get them here
In anv of the lines we offer
vou yet the extreme in value.
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Miss Phyllis Lyne, who has been at
the state ladies' college at Quo Valla,
Wash., for the past eight months, is
home for the holidays with her patents, .Mr. and Mrs. H. Lyne.
The Presbyterians of Creston and
district intend have their annual Sunday School picnic on Tuesday, July 1st
at Alice Siding. All who have no way
of getting to the grounds are asked to
meet at the church at 11 a.m. sharp.
And still 'another automobile has
been purchased locally. S. A. Speers,
who recently sold his 1918 Ford to O.
Blair, on Monday took delivery of a
seven-passenger McLaughlin car, Ron.
Lidgate bringing it in from Cranbrook
for hi in.
Creston Women's Institute nownas
a membership of 64. At the Jnne
meeting last week the ladies decided
to make a bid for the 1920 annual session of Kootenay institutes to be held
at Crestod. This year the gathering is
at Nakusp.
K. L. T. Galbraith of Fort Steele,
the Kootenay Indian agent, was here
on an official visit on Friday. The Si-
washes are now pretty well scattered
all over the Valley for berry picking
operations, getting 40 cents a crate for
the work this year. ,-'    .
Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Miggott and
family of Maple Creek, Sask., are
among the newest arrivals in .town.
They came on Friday, and are occupying the Reid house on Fourth street.
He is taking a good look round before
investing in a rench property.
Miss Elsie Hendren, who has been
in charge of the morning shift at the
l.-rcal central, has joined up with the
B.C. Telephone Co., leaving on Sunday for Windermere, where she will
relieve for a few weeks, and thence to
Golden to remain permanently.
J. lllingworth arrived from* Edmonton on Friday, and is opening dtit in
business in Creston in a second hand
store, at which he announces a willingness to buy and sell everything.
For the dresent he is located in the
MuPeak building on Speers Aye.
J. T. Bell, who arrived here from
Edmonton, Alta.,   a couple of months
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Mrs. Mead, and took charge of the
business this week. For the past few
weeks the number of hotel arrivals
has been heaviest for a couple of years
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Dnriii��r the last three seasons the Union has heen called upon
to find sale for a species of fruit that consists of a circular piece
of fruit find drawn tightly around .i large cherry stone.
The commercial, value of this commodity exists entirely in
the mind of lhe grower, and its shipment at the beginning of the
cherry seaso:: has a seriously harmful effect on the price of later
and better cherries.
This season we are asking the growers to sise the fruit/up for
themselyes, and if they have anything to offer iu the line of sour
cherries that they would not waste sugar on to keep it at homo.
Good sour cherries are one. of the finest frnits we have and the
market for them would steadily increase if it were not for the ship-
���"^ent of a certain number of crates of cherries so small that they are
practically useless.
These are usually shipped under the general name (Tf sour cherries early in the season and wherever sold are sure to prevent any^ further sale. We can handle all the sour cherries you have that are fit for
sale, and at a profitable price.
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For Sale���A few tons of loose hay;
300 feet of new lj-inch rope; disc harrow almost new; John Deere walking
plow, near new; wagons, land clearing
paraphrenalia.    K.   Lamont,   Creston.
If their new pastor, Rev. G. H. Hamilton, does not show up in time Rev.
M. W. Lees of Trail, who i.s a visitor
���ere, will occupy his old pulpit at the
Methodist Church for both services on
Section foreman Nicholls has moved
into the residence of the late Mike
Glazer, which was vacated a couple of
weeks ago by W. H. Farrell. Mr.
Nicholls is reported to have purchased
the property.
Tom, the young son of Rev. and
Mrs. McCord, was taken to the hospital at Cranbrook on Friday last, where
he is undergoing treatment for ear
trouble, and at last reports was making a nice recovery.
This week's change in ranch property is the sale of the Rain bridge- place
along the K.V., which is reported
sold to H. Davis, the sheep man, at, a
price of $2500. It is a ten acre tract
considerably improved.
j     The lirst trip to town   by team from
I Corn Creek since the Hats flooded was
| made on  Tuesday.   The water is   now
' falling quite rapidly.    A year ago June
' *2'.' li   saw   the   water   at,   its  highest
: al, points along the lake.
Announcement,    is   made   that   the
('aine Act, has been amended  .so as to
provide a Hose season for bears during
| tin-   months  of .Inly and August  this
lye.-tr.     fjithcrln   bruin   was   shootnblc
twelve months in the year.
The old Knghsh church site at the
' r:.,.���,...,��� nf Vaneoiivi-r street and Hnr-
. ton Ave    on   the   Bailon    estate���has
'   \.     ���    ;_        <��� ,, | ;���'���! ��� -4 ,,,.." tv.r "pip'. I'iHV  OHII'V,
u ho proposes to evi-ect, a   I'ommodious
I .'-.i.|< lire  tbei'i'iili  lbi.<   a-.'eion.
Tie- I'll') graduation i
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I In- name ol' Mi-, Amy  l-'.lilait I  appear-
, in;.' ; ii  lie- 1.1 .rf I hn--e Mirres..fully 1 ii le
R. Binnelson, a Trail plasterer, has
a couple of lathers here at present doing a few lathing "jobs, including the
new Stocks and Speers residences, Mr.
Binnelson expecting to be along shortly to follow up with the plastering. A
carload pf the necessary materials
came in on Saturday.
J. A. Gibson, who removed his family here from Windermere early in 19-
17, prior to going "overseas with the
forestry draft, and who i-eturned from
overseas a couple of months ago, left
with Mrs. Gibson and the children on
Wednesday, for Olds, Albm-ta, where
has taken up farming.
The provincial grazing commissioner
who is touring the province explaining the features of the new Grazing
Act, and appointing men to see to its
enforcement, is expected here, next
week to arrange matters in this connection with the 1919haying and grazing operations on Kootenay Flats.
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Strawberry shipping is just nicely
getting under way at all points in the
Valley, the easlbound train making
the stops at Heed -fe Mather's and
Smith's crossing for the first time on
Wednesday. So far they have been
coming in well but, more showers art>
quite urgently needed if the bumper
crop on the vines is to be matured.
There will be at least two new faces
on the local teaching stall' next term.
In addition to Miss Ross, who retires
on account of poor health, at the
school board meetingon Monday night
Miss Kane, teacher in Division III.,
tendered her resignation, which was
accepted with regret. Owing to a lack
of space the minutes of the meeting
tire crowded out this week.
C. P. Hill of Montreal, better known
��� i, .--.hltimi-r:; at! "Chippy," ��p��-nt a few
days  in   town tlie  latter  part   of  the
weeip..        ib-    founded    To, Mul],    ...ul    il*.
also heavily interested iu the mines at
llillcrcsl, Alfa. His Valley holdings
include some lands near  the Canyan,
a., v,. !! ..: -. nnn- j'-alcn.- el,tint" in Rolfe
mountain on which be states development woi'U will start short ly,
IC. Ilelme   of  Vancouver,   and   1* red
Smith   ol   l nl.'.iiy,  I liniiiiuoii l'.**.pie.sa
* o. .-aiperiiit I'lidcnt ���,, vvre here the
latter pail of ihe week coinplel.iiiK nr-
i.-tngeiiients    lot    handling    the   berry
, ..hipping t !,i:, . ea..mi.     .Mr. Hehne.who
has been a   Vallev   landowner    for several viai.. in eilii-t s t hat    development i j
and ��� uh-ol i he ('anyoti    ,'ity    area by II
11'.'    I-I ... I    ���   .'I  I  ienient     ll. .-. I , I    will    111,1 I, ,���   a    I  (
town not  h    - m   -i-.e than Vernon. ||
seventh year on the work at this point
and it is needless to say that after
that many seasons of strict but judicious handling of the various growers
Mr, Fletcher now has things running
where his work gfves the maximum of
satisfaction to the department with
the minimum of difficulty with shippers.
Creston Boy Scout,  troop had   a big
afternoon and evening of it at the pic-
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Saturday afternoon, when the troop
members and their friends were #out
in large numbers for the doings,
which included a bang-up supper. Between the scouts4and cubs Scoutmaster Smith has almost thirty boys
to handle, all of whom exhibit considerable proficiency in the differentiates
of effort.
Creston fans had a double supply of
basebaii on Sunday aftern.-.on, and in
both contests Creston was returned
winner. The first clash was with
Kitchener who went down to defeat
by a 20 to 1 score. The second was a
five-inning duel with Brickson in which
Creston. came in front 6 to .-5. The
batteries were White and Gobbett and
Ockey and Telford for Erickson. There
was a great crowd eut, the collection
for the club fund going over $16.
Miss Jennie Arrowsmith, whose
marriage is announced for the latter
part of the month, was guest of honor
at a miscellaneous^ showef at the home
Mrs. Mallandaine on Wednesday afternoon, when a hostof friends that filled
the spacious home and overflowed on
to the lawn, gathered to express their
pre-nnptial felicitations, showing appreciation also in a large and varied
collection of household usables of
every sort. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. G. Young, Mrs. Speers and
Mrs. Bidder, while Mrs. Crompton delighted witlv a number of musical selections throughout the afternoon.
The after-noon was highly enjoyable
and the guests very much appreciate
Mrs. Mallandaine,s thoughLfulness in
thus affording them opportunity of so
happily extending good wishes to the
bride-to-be, who is one of the popular
members of Creston's younger set.
half of Mrs. Cook and himself for the
timely remembrance. Five tables participated at whist, the prizes going to
Miss Hazel Audrew and Mr. Lasher.
Refreshments were served just before
midnight, rounding out a brief but
none the less enjoyable eyening.
penticton is looking for an open fall.
The fall fair dates are set for October
16 and 17.
Revelstoke is one of the few points
where the Red Cross workers are still
knitting socks.
Up to the first of Jnne the scholars
at Nelson school had invested $726 in
Thrift Stamps.
The Ledge is demanding that the
C.P.R. install a night operator at the
station in that town.
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1TL7.1&LJII    *v iii  t-cicwitit-c   IBs   ::wiiui   P/l  V1JC
soldiers and tiie signing of  peace with
a big day of sports on .Tuly 1st
At Vernon the News wants a shooting expedition organized to kill off a
few hundred of the crows that are doing considerable damage, more especially, to young   poultry, this   yeai ���
16 acres of first-class fruit land,
easily cleared, good water, terms to
suit * nnrchaser. Enquire Review
ice Cream Parlor
Jas. Cook got the biggest surprise of
his life on Saturday night last when a
party of-about two do/.en friends foregathered unexpectedly at the Cook
home on the occasion of his birthday,
to enjoy the.snselye.:* at. a. friendly game
of cards and incidentally make him a
little presentation expressive of tin-
kindly feeling they haye toward both
lie and Mrs. Cook. The gift was a
casserole and silver nut bowl, and ihe
presentation speech was nicely done
by J. M. Craigie; but. capable and all
us Jim is at vocally expressing himself
be was entirely unequal to this occasion though he^nanaged to pull hiin-
Holf together and return thanks on be-
At the reques of numerous citizens
I have this week opened an Ice
Cream Parlor in connection with
the White Lunch.
Modern equipment has been secured
���With special tables set apart for
thc ice cream trade.
Wc arc serving thc well-known
Cranbrook Creamerx, ice cream.
Customers will bc served promptly.
No tedious Waits.
Wc have ample accommodation.
other seasonable Pruits on sale.
The While Lunch
Best Repairs.      Quick Service
Good Workmanship
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