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Creston Review Jul 25, 1919

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Array ���������i- -v -; ���������-.<.-  -*       *���������  s  mr*m  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919  -y  No. 24  m-\r������&k-~.&sa  Mrs. (j. A." Hunt of Kitchener was  here a couple of days the early part of  the week, the guest of Mrs. Long.  Miss Ruhy Palmer, who has been  teaching at Vanguard, Sask., the past  year, is home for her holidays.  Mrs. W. H. Kemp, who has been recuperating her health at the coast for  the past few weeks,' arrived home oh  Monday looking and feeling her old-  time self.  . /..  Shipping   at     Erickson    still   runs  around 100 crates a day, with raspberries now well to the fore. Cabbage  is also a steady factor, the Praser  ranch sending out about 700 pounds of  it daily.  Erickson was pretty well deserted  on Tuesday night, young and old alike  being at Creston for the dog and pony  show.  F. Putnam got back" early in the  week from a short holiday yisit with  friends at Medicine Hat,   and   reports  d.-m*S\m--   tf>/*4*-\-^iff jr>.**-n   im-       4-Vt, .-* I-        r-.T*-.*-' *-xmt    ^prmnn-r  V/i.i������p \m\j**+.%.-v.*-*-.*a  ~-m     vnaw     acviisi/u  oy-c/ij-  bit as bad  (-,Vic.������������i  as   the   stories   represent  M. R��������� Palmer has inyested in an  automobile, and is this week being initiated into the mysteries of car driving. It is a 1919 Ford with the self  starter and lighting systems which he  secured at the Bevan garage at Creston.  We hear of three or four of the local ranchers who are going in extensively for irrigation next season, having already striked the neee-RSsary water rights on Sullivan creek, and are  getting ready to do the installation  work this season.  Congratulations are due Miss Beatrice Dodds on her successful pass of  the En trance es&sainat'jg-ijs. She headed the list of the foiTReezs .who..--wrote.,  at Creston.  paring one on Pioneer Creston, while  Mrs. Hayes will present one on Oreston of Today and Tomorrow. The  members are reminded that the ans  wer to roll call is a suggestion of some  sort whereby the Institute can make  monpy.  The prize list committee of Creston's  fall fair have completed their labors,  and the list will be in the hands of the  printer in a few days. The directors  are busy on plans for the 1919 show,  and if thege all go through this year's  show will be held in the Agriculeural  Association's new buildings which are  to be ejected on the town park property, which the association is buying.  This week will about wind up the  strawberry shipping fpr 1919^, and a  rough estimate of the yield would indicate that this year will show the  second largest crop ever shipped out  of the Valley. Indications are for al  most 13.000 crates, which does not include those sent-to the jam factory.  The biggest year-ever was the exceptionally wet season of 1916 when over  17,000 crates were shipped.  The Review is asked to acknowledge the rseeiving by the Creston Red  Cross Auxiliary of 28 child's petticoats  and I child's frock from the Canyon  City Red Cross .Auxiliary, along with  a cash contribution of $24.25. The  Canyon Auxiliary has suspended operations for the tintfe being and in addition to the foregoing have turned  in to the Creston society all the unused  material they had on hand.  Buller's dog and pony show, which  played Creston , on Tuesday night,  drew a crowd of not less than 800  women and children, and put on a  performance that immensely pleased  everybody    in   attendance.   The   big  150 Want Hay  Gutting Permits  Were the Creston Valley blessed  with some eupernaturally gifted citizen or sojourner who could turn the  trick of making two blades of grass  grow this year where* but one grew in  1918 on the Kootenay flats, then indeed would the labors of the Creston  Valley Stockbreeders Association be  wonderfully expedited, for be it  known that just now they are  wrestling with the pi-oblem of making  a prospective cut of flats hay of less  than 2000 tons meet the Requirements  of citizens whose total needs for this  winter run almost double that quantity, according to the .applications for  hay cutting permits that have been  turned in to the "Bssociation.  The time for receiving applications  hay-cutting licenses expired on Friday night last, and at a meeting of  the association executive that night  it was found that 150 persons wanted  permission to hay this year, their estimated requirements running to easily double the total hay harvest of last  year, which was approximately 1700  tons. In going through the applications it is fouud that practically every  stock owner in tbe Vaiiey wishes to  hay on the fiats this season. In order  to cope with such a serious situation  the directors at once started in to eliminate those wno last year secured  hay on the Reclamation farm by cutting on the share basis with Mr. Blair,  and those gentlemen wiii be advised  to again secure their feed on the same  basis this year.  While this helps matters a little it by  no -means relieves the situation, and  many  applications   of   farmers   who  These will be fenced, and the chief and  the other Indian higher-ups have assured that the reds will stick absolutely to these feeding areas. There is  some difference of opinion as to the  Indian rights to cut hay on crown  lands and this matter will be decided  by Indian inspector Ditchburn of Victoria who has been wired to come  here land personally look the situation  over. ��������� ���������  Foy haying, so far as possible ranchers will be given the same area to cut  over as they had in 1918. On the cut a  tonnage tax will be levied to proyide  the reyenue to pay the supervisor,  herders and other administration expenses, which will be collected by the  association, who will also handle any  surplus of hay any haymakers may  put up. Those whose applications for  haying have been refused are being  notified so that they can make other  arrangements. Hay cutting will start  later than last year, but due notice of  the day for starting will be given and  permits handed out promptly, these,  of course, for use subject to the instructions of the supervisor.  ~t~9mJ0m~)mmd  W-r^jp mBdmmU  $40-ff  Monrad Wigen and Ellas Uri were  motor yisitors to Kitchener ort Sunday.  About twent y couples were in evidence at the dance at the club house  on Saturday night last, with local talent supplying the music. There will be  another hop to-morrow night, and for  this affair the music will be by the  Chorlton orchestra of   Creston.  Mrs. Victor Carr of Alice Siding was  a Monday visitor with Wynndel  friends.  Misses Edith and Laura Geroux  were week-end visitors in Nelson, returning on Sunday.  Alf. Howard was a week-end yisitor  at Cranbrook, where he was consulting Drs. Green and McKihnon.  Kitchener's delegation to the peace  dance. at/Creston included Ed. Benney  Lionel Forrester, Victor Geroux, Ernie  McGonegal, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Cameron, all making the trip by auto.  Mis>8 Zalla Johnson of Creston was a  visitor here between trains on Sunday.  Mrs. E. Driffll is spending the week  with friends et Creston.  Mrs. W. C. Forrester is also a visitor  .-it Creston this week, taking in the  dog and pony show on Tuesday.  Mrs. Alf. Howard Ts spending the  week with friends at Cranbrook.  Victor Olson, CP.lt. section foreman, left for Sweden ji few days ago,  acrompanied by his family.  tent was pitched on   tne   vacant   lot  next the Imperial Bank. Owing to the  outfit   not   arriying   until   the   noon,.    ,    ,    .        .    ,   ,      T ,      .    .,      ���������    ,    .._    ,   _.    . ,    _ ,       _,.  train the street, narade  and aftern^i I *ave to ^f-*6?" ** ln 0^er further   when Carl Carlson   and   John   Ring   -    ���������       ���������       - "        .-*���������  '     :V/.   l������ArtOr,1ftif'i    fKo   citt-.--(r*rpn   flpartrlmnnm.  show had to be withdrawn.    " '-'���������'   **-*.  Cranbrook had a couple of   disting-  haye neyer cut  hay on  the fiats will j nisned Wynndel   visitors last   week,  A Mclnnes of Waldo, who has taken a job at the mul, unloaded a car of  effects at the siding the latter part of  -#* l"* .Th    V-K-*--.f-'-iS\'l:>*'  mJX-XT^e      W. Vt,Al ^~~-  s  Dolf Johnson and John Broderick,  who have been holidaying in the Valley for the past few weeks, are leaving  this week on their return to Dome  Creek.  Mr. and Mrs. Searle have been well  "stjpplied with visitors the past few  weeks. Mrs, Birc of Cranbrook leftfor  home a few days ago, and now they  are entertaining a Mr. Sanderson of  Li'thhridge, who is here to recuperate  after an attack of the flu.  Down at the soldier settlement area  a/-i4-i*,ii I        lnm/1 ~Z\ *������0- w������5 mr-id-m        '\nA,m(-i,,v>ri n ������.,m.  *m*.td-K*xx;x     lu-uu      vtcai lUg      V.jJO. auKJuo      ate  well under way, and the boarding  house staff haye now about fifty men  to prepare meals for. Some of the contingent were at Cranbrook over the  week-end.  Word has just reached here that  Miss Iris, second daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. T. Hickey, former residents, was  married at Calgary, the fore part of  the month to a residedt of tha^city,  and will reside there.  It begins to look now as if the high  level bridge will not be gone on with  till hite in the fail, and wiii be finished  in good time for- the springfrush. The  approaches to the structure on *������itbet-  side wiii be gone on with as soon as  the weather wets up a bit so as to  make*that kind of work more feasible.  F. May and associates of Cardston,  Alta'.* who recently bought 180 acres  at the Tale, brought in a car of stock  last, week, about half of which was  purebred Ayrshire cattle.  Local and Personal  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers and children arc spending a few days with  Nelson friends this week. They left  on Wediiesnav.  Drill Sergt. Frank Kbbutt. was another of last week's arrivals from overseas, getting hen- on Friday, after al-  moHt three years o*n active service.  He was a member of the 22f>t,h Battalion, and hud a bund in the heavy campaigning ai tulti with a machine gnu  squad. He never looked better in his  life, and assuredly army life and  nil.ions agree with him.  J, I). Moons   Kartlo,   road    foreman  for   this   constituency,    was   here on  Tuc'iday, to show   prospective bidders  on the mile and a una-ilft- of new rn.nl i  ah the Coat Iti vcr biidgo over the area |  whine the work has to In     done.      All j  told about half a ilnzt-n   examined the  job, and al. least, three or lour bids arc  expected on tlie   Hoik,     which is |<i he  lliiihh-il by Ibe end of  8epteiiil,->r.  ;U..I     It'.'il ...-J, of   ( Ye:. Ion  Will   he  W. B. Embree left on Tuesday for  Lethbridge, Alta., where he is delegate from the Creston Valley Auto  Association, at a two-day session of  the Crow's Nest Pass Highway Association in th *ty. The meeting is  primarily for the purpose of getting  action on the transcontinental highway through the Pass, the Ottawa  government having recently voted a  considerable sum for highway construction in B.C.  The results of the 1919 Entrance examinations are announced in yesterday's papers, with six of the nine  Creston scholars graduating. Total  marks obtainable were 1100, and this  is the standing of the local pupils:  Beatrice Dodds 039, Eunice L. Moore  632, Harry Compton 606, Hazel Hobden G01. Arthur Gobbett "S08, Susie  Hurry 554. The only other Valley candidate passing is Earl Swanson with a  showing of 581 marks, who is credited  to the Canyon City school.  All six pupils taking the Third Class  non-professional examinations at the  Creston Superior school were successful, the standing being as follows,  with 000 marks possible: Frances  Lyne 700. Alfred Birney 07.3, Katherine Moore 519, Sadie Wood 525, Viv-  anne Moore 510, Qrin Hayden 501.  The former's marks aro particularly  good. Had slip- accumulated a do/..-;.  more she would have attained highest standing in B.C., which honor  went to a Langley high school scholar  with a showing of 717.  If plans ulready under way materialize   the   first   of   September   will sec  Creston favored   with   a   moving picture   theatre.      S.   J.   Foreman   and  r'ioyu itodgers   on   Tuesday   closet! a  deal for thc lease of   the   Auditorium  for a year, and will get,   busy immediately fitting it up so as to comply with  tin. 11 tjw"u.. im i������l.> of  thi:   moving   picture theatre- regulations. They will develop   their   own   electric   light, and  plan to at lea-d-   two   nlnavh a    week���������  ��������� ..lie   oi      im m   on   a   i-muii-uii-,     niglil,.  I Thc Auditorium will   readily   t.eal, 200  | people, aud  when   fitted upas Messrs.  j Foreman <V   Rodgers   have  planned it  ' will be a real cosy picture house.  to coper with the siti&tion the advisory  board haye asked the department to  sanction  a special rule by which  no  person may keep may keep more than  30 head, exclusive of calves, after May  1. 1920,  for which ne will  look  to the  flats for hay.      It is the aim of the advisory boai-d to get as much hay from  the flats as  possible for the greatest  number of farmers, not overlooking,  howeyer, the prior rights of establish-  "efl owners as provided by the  grazing  regulations.    Should  this special rule  be put in force it musi not be taken to  mean that owners  of a few head will  be allowed  to  increase  to 30 head, as  the department has no  intention  of  permitting the owners with established rights under the Grazing Act to be  reduced  to  thc financial  loss  of  the  owners.    There  is  not nearly enough  hay to go round should  eyery owner  tif a few  head  cutting on the flats increase to 30 head, and warning should  be taken by those  doinur so, as well as  newcomers bringingstockin, that they  do   so   at   their   own   risk.      It   will  be *if interest to know   that according  to the Grazing Act   owners who havo  cut hay  regularly   on   the flats   havo  first claim on tho crop, even to the exclusion of newcomers and others who  have never had to rely on the flats for  hay for feed.    It  will be equally interesting, also, to know that the association is asking for   power from   the department to refuse hay cutting privileges to the fellow who   falsifies the return as to tho   number of   cattle he is  actually feeding,   or   tho   quantity of  hay of his own that he   has grown on  the bench lands.  As to pasturage, areas haye been  set apart for the pasturing o'f milch  cows and ranch work horses, but beef  animals and other   cattle will    not bo  allopVcJ     to        lull    OU      ','..-���������.,i:       fii..ooH  grounds. For pasturage privileges a,  a special permit is necessary, and  forms ot 'application for these perniilu  can now be had from .1. A. Tailgate.  Kveryone taking out a ot-rmit to pasture or tint, bay most fylo an application for gra'/ing as   well, and    the fees  hein were  calling   on   friends in  the  divisional city.  Wynndel had its full quota on Tuesday night for the circus, although  none of them stayed for the dance after the show, at the   Auditorium.  The Win law sawmill begins to look  like sawing would commence very  shortly. The crew was busy the fore  part of the week erecting a couple of  smokestacks.  Butterfield, who  l-**./-*t/**.VT!    S\V\  the sick list the last couple of weeks is  now on the mend, and all hope to see  her around in her usual good health  very shortly.  Any of our citizens handy with a  razor and" scissors could make a nice  piece of pocket money these days by  opening out in the barber line two or  three night a week. Armstrong and  safety razors are alright, but quite a  few of the young men don't see it that  way, and Creston is rather far off. particularly if you are in a hurry.  Canj-on City got a little bit of a  wetting on Wednesday night in the  mild sort of thunderstorm that passed  over the ^Valley.,.-;-^Notwithstanding  some lack of moisture "raspberries are  doing fine, with shipments very little  lighter than last year at this time.  &&wyer ~-.<s&at<s& [Hj������B*mAr  J. H. Webster has R. Stewart busy  at the stonework of a foundation for  an addition to the residence on his  ranch here.  Ron. Stewart is back from 'Trail,  where he has been visiting friends for  a couple of weeks.  Alice Siding was out in full force  for the circus at Creston on Tuesday  night, and all appear to have gotte*-*.  their money's worth.  The eastbound express cut out the  Smith cross,ing slop on Sunday. Just  why they should do so is considerable  of a mystery as around 80 crates of  stuff were being loaded every day.  Tom Midford, Dick Smith and Geo.  Hood were- at Kitchener over the  week-end trying ont the fishing, but,  with only fair luck.  Mrs. and Misses Ella and Gladys  Webster left this week for a short  holiday, which they are spending at  Halcvon.  h'p.i  ih  Women'  ,'l    l*li| !������������������!������������������   r .'���������  w.U. Civ! Ion  Hii'i'  hislit nt,- I In1  feat nie  ..im it .ii   |'.1111��������� i r. conc-in-  allev.      Mi-'-,   [low i-. me  Al lli-i p-h.iokt- (In* lux rale i.s seven  null** hi-rlier lli.-.o m Ul|M. Tin* i-onimg  oi    |'i onion ion      lohiinl    the    lownol  ������������������������������������'O'l'l in hot.-! li.-.'o-,|. |-,..v..  pest, was  practically unknown.  Assessor Ferguson   states that taxes  ���������   ' 'l     O- ' -'     "     '"*'��������� J.'  by 1 he depart .incut of ngrh.iill ure. Notices uh to the oastnrago permits being required have been posted at. the  feeding grounds. Ah soon as the water  is oil' and the area is available the pcr-  niil.-p will Im ii-..-piii-d.  A eoiilci oik o wiii-. lii'iii     wii.'n the in-  iliau iiiiii-iais    iasi,    week   al,  which au ' receipts nt I he   ond    ol  agreement,   was i-eaeiu-ii    oeioi ing lour i most   ooiiole    ioi-    iiii.i  oust Hi -a^e    .iK-iis     for     Siwash    stoel,.    same dale for I'.Mf*.  Creston now enjoys the advantage  of having a qualified lawyer located  permanently in the town. C. II. Gar  land, a Vancouver barrister, has purchased the furniture, etc., of C. W.  Stringer (who a couple of weeks ago  leased an olYlce in the .Tackson building next Manuel's store, and had intended opening in the sainn profession  at the(>ud of tho month), and is now  prepared to handle all work of a legal  nature. Mr. Garland, who was overseas for a, matter of thrre years, practised law at Vancouver before donning khaki, and comes well recommend  ed to handle anything and everything in his line, lie is quite taken i *u'1 certainly ii will e.,uaJJ:U ,.  with Creston Valley, having looke>, M,-. Hodsdon, of Nelson, who is with  ll.C. over pretty thoroughly before! tm. XVater rights branch, was along  deciding to make Creston bis home, j \H.Vi. \IXHi week, looking into tlie*--*to-uter  As soon as he can secure a house Airs, i supply at Lizard Creek, and getting a  Garland will join him here. j ij,���������. on ,k,. ���������,nnber of users.  Mi*.s .May   Kennedy   of   He.-well   \r  . r p.pp-p ,| , r  Miss- Huth <'oinpt������������������������!.  JANITOR WANTED  Karl Pease left on Wednesday for  Nelson where ho is visiting friends  and having some dental work attended to.  Miss Dorothy .Smith of Porthiil is  an Alice Siding visitor this week, with  Miss Hnth Smith.  The weather cont inne^ dw_ lyi������ ;������;  spite of it the laspherrv crop is turning out well. Not, quite up lo last year  The Lcih'e savs there were inosiinit-  oes in Greenwood this year. In other  yean., with the .piin.Ilci   running,    thi.*,  in t he Nelson   assi  being paid   lhi.*>    year  i.'nnii i'or ii.iii .i iiik.i I. j  sinent,   dist ricl are  nioic prompt ly  ..i.. li.uh.    Tia-  ���������lime Were alii p     -. o     I m ���������  Sealed tender.-' will be received up lo  ll.r.lO    of      ..'��������� P'lltl.l P,  ,    Alll-llsl      II,    iUJi',   |lll'  the    -io- ir -on     . if    'anil���������������  . ..I,. ..i.   #....   11 .*.. .... .       * ���������������������������     ......>.f.  1.4.PIO-I       l.'lllll-l       I.I.I l.l-ll-  cd.     Apply.    JAS.    CUKKIMNt'-l-.-N.  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Britain Planning  Air Supremacy  the place of sea power, and this seems  probable so long as flight over land  holds appreciable advantages over  Sight -over sea, so the position of a  country placed centrally as regards  land must be superior to the position  of a country placed centrally as regards water.  "The right to pass across other  national territory without let or  hindrance, relief from varying terms  and conditions attaching to flight  which may be onerous and irksome,  the absence of customs restraints or  tariff restrictions, and generally the  absence of the apparatus for hampering or artificially routing trade  are all wanted. On all these grounds  it is submitted-that thc case for an  international settlement is stregthen-  ed."  The committee has exhaustively  studied the possibilities of aerial  transport with rigid dirigible airships.  The investigation covers special voyages made in thc giant sixty-ton airships of the R-34 type developed by  the naval section of the British air  force.  General Maitland himself in a review of the airship situation makes  this prediction:  "The many practical advantages  which the airship possesses for commercial purposes are not* perhaps, always appreciated.  "Present day airships, which in no  way approach thc limit of size, havc  a disposable lift of more than thirty  tons, which enables them to embark  on long nights without the necessity  of descending for replenishment of  fuel.  "There is no reason why an airship  should not be fitted with engim**s as  silent as those of a motor car. Sleeping accommodations can, in any case,  bc provided well away from the power  plant, and there is complete absence  of suck noises as the singing of wires  which would detract from the comfort  of passengers  in  an  airplane.  "Thc power plant can be readily  split up into as many units as desired, and  failure  in thc power plant  Shock Left Her  I  Bias fcetiis  ������������ ���������L-uiv  GOULD NOT SLEEP  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 yon, you can't sleep at  night, and yon wonder if life is worth  living.  To all those who suffer from nervous shock wc would recommend  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as  the best remedy io tone up ihe entire system and strengthen the weakened  organs.  Mrs. j. J. "Runyan, Pilot Butte,  Sask., writes: "I have used Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve. Pills after having  suffered from a terrible shock to my  whole system. I was so utterly weak  and nervous I could not sleep at  night, and my appetite was very poor.  I could not walk across the floor  without trembling all ovcr.  I had hot flushes and fainting  spells. When T was on the second  box of your Heart aud Nerve Pills I  began to feel that they were doing me  good, so I kept on until. I had used  six boxes, when 1 felt like a different  person.  "I am never without them in the  house, and highly recommend them  lo all  who suffer with  their heart." .  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  SOc a box at all dealers, or mailed direct ou receipt of price by The T.  Milburn   Co.,  I.iiiiited,  Toronto,   Ont.  English Primate  And Dry America  One of thc Bravest Things  History  Had to Show  London, England.���������Presiding at the  annual meeting of the Church of England Temperance Society al Lambeth  Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury  described -the drink prohibition iii  America as one of the most remarkable episodes in the whole history o\  social reform. "Our American brothers," he said, "always do things on an  exceptional scale. There are never  any half measures or any doubt about  what thev mean."  It Took Years  io JL-esurn  That in Br. Chase's Ointment  There is Fositive Cssre f������r  PiS-es or Hemorrheids.  X.1J-.  r-.... - _  UlALC  __: .<    ......    i. .  ���������Pr-cllU     lllitl    I1C  Fate Of An Arctic Aviator  Government Subsidies Urged By  Committee of Civil Investors  London.���������Great Britain is actively  ���������rngaged in laying thc foundation of a  world-wide aerial supremacy as complete as was her maritime supremacy  prior to,the war. Her plans to achieve this important object were started even before this country entered  jhe war.  Moreover,   she  is   complete!v     con-  vinc.ed  that  aerial   transportation  will   split   up   into   as   many   units   as   de-  revolutionize   her   widespread- empire  and  firmly  weld  it   together  by     the J docs   not  involve  immediate   descent,  speed   that   is   lhc   chief  attribute     of   while   running   repairs   can   easily   be  effected in the air.  "?2ven with lauding grounds only  ten miles apart, an airplane would be  compelled to fly at a minimum height  of about 3,000 feet, whereas an airship  can cruise safely a few hundred feet  above, the ground, which considerably  enhauces ���������felie pleasure of thc passengers by affording them an opportunity  of  enjo3'ing  the. scenery."  is tut ivitict ituiiuun: Or  -aircraft.  Realizing the importance aeronautics would play in the economic development of the world in general,  t.viCx the reconstruction period after  the war in particular, the British  -'overnment appointed thc Civil  .I cri'il Transport Committee May 22,  3017, to "consider and report to the  ,Afr   Ministry  with   regard   to:  "(1) The steps which should be  t'iken with A view to thc development  and regulation after the war oi avLa-  no n for i-ivil and commercial purposes  from a domestic, imperial and an in-  :,-rn.itio-r.il  standpoint.  "(2) The p-xtr-nt to which it will be  possible to -itilize for the above purpose thr trained personnel and lhe  ii'rcr.'.ft v.hich the .'onclnsion of  pi*.-*..--- f..'.y :-av>" surplu** to the re-  fl-air'*niCT.\c   of   ti*..  -iti. ice p.  naval   and   military  uid  t*  United   King.Ion  -.ir.i.j:-.-."  ':.-������������������*-   'V.\4 r,   ; I1  )')S*,ibi1-  hnv.igh-  s.iv*-   in  Ml.I  ill !  Marffet For Canada's Flax  Great   Opportunity  for   Exporters  in  This  Country  Montreal.���������If Canada lias the fiax,  then there is a splendid market, open  to her in the. United Kingdom. That  was thc opinion expressed in Montreal by Mr. John Rae, of an old-  established firm in London, who has  /visited many Canadian centres in  order to ascertain the supplies of fiax  available for export from the. Dominion. He fore the war, Mr. Rae pointed out, '.'rear Britain secured the. bulk  of her fir.;; from Rusr.ia, Holland and  Belgium. At one stroke Russia is out  of the market, while ihr supplies from  ,  r   -  '.ion  jr. I'l I 4 ,11  made  ' ii i i ii r-  iv'i.     i'.  ��������� i ��������� l' ii  ��������� nl.  .Holland  and   Bil^iuin   are   very  limit-  ' <t.\. hrncc the  British  trades  have cast  their eyes toward Canada in llic hope.  ioi  findinc.;' a source of supply here. Mr.  j R.'e  pointed  out  that  if Canada  could  ] ������������������ouiji.-n   with foreiun countries, he did  I not   -rr   why   she  did  not  make a bid  '''������������������' l-h.it  .ii.ii-l,ei and thus establish an-  o'l-ei-   r-v puri   coiiiiei-i jon.       This   was  the '.ippnriui.il s   for Canada lo develop  *,,;"    :������������������.���������-'���������"���������    ���������- hi!-   '!.<���������    ....hr,-   ;-,ou;v.'S  ���������������i    -uppiv    are   unable   to   continue   uu-  ���������i' ���������    ''������������������'    ..l>i" I.'.,:..',    4,mi.iiii.ins.        Willi  piopi-r   uaiidliiij.','   and   a     goml     r-uan-  -.'.   oi   'Mp,   i 11' ��������� c r ���������   \\a*-   a   j'.i'eai   oppor-  'uiuiv    :m   eypoi'lei's   in   I hip;   eounlry,  i o    handle    ' lie  Three Irttrer"id U^Ien .HH.VS JS^ever ."Bse*1,  Heard From  The recent attempt to cross the Atlantic, by aeroplane recalls to mind  thc fact that an attempt was made to  fly to the North Pole, in a balloon 20  years ago, by the noted. Swedish scientist and aeronaut, Saloman August  Andrees and his two companions. Nils  Strindberg and Ferdinand Frakel.  The three intrepid men were last  seen sailing ovcr the snowy peaks of  Spitz-bergen and have never been  heard of since. Their fate is a mystery locked away in the vast silences  of the lands of eternal snow and ice.  A mire c was not only a expert balloonist, he was also a skillful scientist, and he had carefully studied the  question of Polar explorations. He  had observed that at certain seasons  of the. year a steady current of air  floated toward the north. Andree's  plan was to set sail in this current,  float over the. pole, alight and take  observations, and then wait for a favorable current to bear him home  again. This, it must be remembered,  was before balloons and aeroplanes  had reached their present state of efficiency.  King Oscar 11. of Sweden himself  was a heavy subscriber to the fund  which made the attempt possible, and  at last, after months of waiting, the  balloon was cut loose from ils moorings on the 11th of July, 1899. Disaster  threatened at lhe very outset, for the.  balloon dipped suddenly, and only the  frantic throwing overboard of ballast  enabled the vessel to rise. It was not  long before it was lost to sight. Jt  was  never  seen  again.  Twelve months of anxiety and suspense followed, and then the Swedish  government sent out three search parlies. Various rumors were traced to  their source, every possible chic was  followed up, but without any tangible  result. Due circumstantial report was  to' the effect that the l-'.skimos in lhc  Northwest had seen a "great while  house." descending from the sliies, and  ihat three men, starved to death, had  been found  in  il.  Tracing parties were sent out, hut  it was impossible to find the; tribe, -.ind  the   !|-i:i!i      -.'   t!x*   Htory      wa*-'   .<'.'.   in  douhl.  IIH.U      IULII1U  the    strongest    difference of    opinion  amongst Americans as to what would  happen   during     thc   next   year.        if  everything  Avent   as   it   Avas  supposed  to   go,   America  would   be   dry   from  ocean to ocean. How far facts would  correspond .Avith theory, and  practice  answer   to   Ia\A-,   they   could   not   say,  and he  did  not  think it Avas   wise  lo  dogmatize  as   lo   Avhat would   be   the  result of prohibition.      None of tlie.ni,  however, would be in any doubt as to  the  lhankfu.l   recognition   the a-   Avould  give to what Avas one of thc bravest  things history had to show���������of a nation grappling with    a    nation's peril.  In   England  the   best  general   public  opinion had supported the restrictive  policy Avhich  had been  in force  even  where it  had been  most  severely applied.        Where      restrictions      Avere  tiiOUgiiv itiCCty to prove most unpopular thcy had proved nothing of     thc  kind.    It would be fatuous today, because war was ovcr, in regions Avhere  restrictions had proved to be not Arcrj;**  unpopular, lo relax these restrictions,  because a certain    number of people  had interests involved.   They must be  resolved to use every bit of influence  they could to secure thc continuance,  of restrictions which had been proved  to work so Ave!!.  niii .i.i ���������!  ..-  ...I-.-i  ll.i\    lroni   the   sow im'  piodurl    hr   did       not  .ihle   in   i a nada   at   i he  Co..  Aerial  i    di ti l,'  K e c o i d  f.i   the   (  LEMONS fViAKE SKIN  WHITE, SON, CLEAR  Make This Beauty Lotion for a Few  Cents and See for Yourself  What girl or woman hasn't heard  of lemon juice to remove complexion  "blemishes; to whiten the. skin and to  bring out the roses, the freshness and  the hidden beauty? But lemon juice  alone, is acid, therefore irritating, and  should be mixed Avith orchard white  this Avay: Strain through a fine cloth  the juice of two fresh lemons into a  bottle containing about three ounces  of orchard white, then shake avc.11, and  you havc a whole, quarter pint of skin  and complexion lotion at about thc  cost one usually pays for a small jar  of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to  strain the lemon juice'1 so no pulp gels  into the bottle, then this lotion will  remain pure and fresh for months.  When applied daily to the. face, neck,  arms and hands it should help to  bleach, clear, smoothen and beautify  the skin.  Any druggist will supply three, ounces of orchard white, at very little cost  and the grocer has the lemons.  Hollweg Assumes Responsibility  Berlin.���������Dr. Vou Bcthmann Holl-  Aveg*;, former German chancellor, has  formally asked thc allied and associated poAvers to place him on trial instead of thc former emperor. The  former chancellor says thai he. assumes responsibility for the ncls of  Germany during his term of office and  places himself at the disposal of tiie  allies.  Report's com������ to us Almost &3.H&  from, persons who have Buffered -Ji"*,  20, 30 years or more from pil������a tsv  hemorrhoids before finAla-** out ~hs,i  J>r. Chase's Ointment aSorda ira-"-.  -oiedi&te relief And ulti*oas.ts -curt*, i-2-  th'm   &nno.ving'   and   dietressiEc   *ii*N  wient.         IT-h's is not ***, t-'ctsltlc ***,bcui '.-rls'i-s***  ���������people care to speak, but if you aok  your friends a/bout Dr. Chase's" Olnt-  meivt you will be surprised to he-*"-**"-  how many have been cured of pllcii  by its use. It Is the one treatm-sac  for piles on which you can dep������*a<S  absolutely for prompt relief.  Mr. B. F. Tracy. MineBing, Ont-������  ���������wrirteB: "For about thirty-five y������~M  I -was troubled with itcbinj-j -olle*-*,  wbio:i kept me from sleep until S  wai oom pletely worn out. Then %~  length I would drop ofT to sleep mint  rub myself rst-r. I tried every Ms*  cf ointment made -without any pfttw  manunt sreod. I also tried a IaoiaeCK  pathlc doctor, but oniy bad monKS'll-fr'  ary relief from hi������ treatments. T~iT--  yeare rro I tried Dr, Chatre'-B OiM-  -ment. And about half a box -MM*a-  plttsly cured sn.. I have a*ver ***-������-������**%  n oufble������5 -with pile* since, end efen  hsartiiy recommend Dr. CbatM'a  Ointment to anyone aufferin-fr from  thle terrible agony or from Any oilier  skin disease."  ("Thla is to certify that the abov������  statement Ib correct In every particular."���������ReA\ . H. S^rry, ptwto-r  Methodist   Church.)  Mr. H- B. MacDonald, "Walkerie*"*^  Ont.,     ���������writeE: "Haviss     s,i.nit~~\  ���������from, piles for ������������mo thne- I ilnaUv  tried Dr. Cha&e'n Ointment, whls^  *fforded almost instant reli������f, esfi  in time, cure. x haA-e great faltfe  in Dr. Chase's Ointment, and ihSnk  Jt supArior to any ointment en tfe*  market. X would advise anyone Buffering from piles to give it -a, trlfcl.**  Many continue to -suffer from p'tad  5n ihe beSief that a, surgical opem-  -r'on is the only curs. FortuEe&s-  ly, Dr. Chase's Ointment is avJiSIaTpJ'te,  snd has saved many thotasa^'ic frc-a  ���������ho risk end expense of the doctor***  hnJfe, ���������0 cents a boK, si! {Sealers er  by mail postpaid, from *EdmV������g������m"  sates & Co., "CimStcd, Toronto.  pr*-** a *s-5ts^-*b_   *an������_'s__--s  Support of Important International  Conventions Promised  Paris.���������The treaty which th* entente poAvers jCnd the United. State*  signed, with Poland has bee'.i mads  public.  Under this instrument, Foiand  agrees to protect the minorities  against discrimination, assumes payment of such share of the Russian  debt as shall bc assigned to her by  the inter-allied. commission, and  agrees to support important international postal, railway, telegraphs and  miscellaneous conventions and other  undertakings incidental to the. establishment of a national standing.  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  No Successor to Earl of Readuig  "London.���������No selection of an ambassador to Washington to succeed  the Earl of Reading has yet been  made by the British government, Andrew Bonar I.aAV, government leader,  stated in thc House of Commons.  Various suggestions haA*e been made  for niliiig the embassy post, Mr.  \ Bonar "L'.vw said, but so far the government had been unable to get any  of thc gentlemen it desired to accept  the appointment.  ���������-MB1;1!  B M  i^tb7������*-*������������i  "**S"!r*l**l"****l'4"ppf*|*****W  ii,.  'IV  |( -,-, l i i y<  Ml.u   li I IH  '."   ii).;  1 i' ii,  \.\iyi-*  zi -eust pB  it.-  11.'  h.i  11 r I :i i.i 11  I.        . I.,. ,  III  I ll  i-     ..!-., Ml-.  I' i .ipi i-   iii  i I I . I .1 ; II     I |lr  Campaign  On Anarchists  U.S. Government Maltec Provision for  Vii<oi-oim Stt*-pf; Arninst  Extremists  \Y'ishitip,to!i. - IVovision for vigor-  i-uih .-*>I������'i���������������-. i>> ihr icdcial gnvcriiuir-iii  agiiin*-t bomb throwers ami other an-  ai'i liisls .unl radic.ils, dechucil by gov-  **> min nl      nli'n i.Js   |i>   Ik:     plotting   the  ' ' . <   i  i . i I " n       I'l       I i I {'      ).; < i \ (  | 11 111 (  11 | , .tilll  ���������|m iidinv     IkVXIO.OOo  lM.tii i hly     to   thai  '���������nd,   win1-    ni.uli-   in   tin*   sundry    ci\il  "I'l" "I11 I. ��������� J.i ni    mil,   ..*.    If -niited    lu    lilt  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  110   University   Ave., Toronto,   Canada  Vmlrr  tlie  Oni.-trio  l*)c|j;irttimit of Afriinilltur. Afliliftted Willi  the Uiiiver-uly  of  Toro������to  S.4---.OI.    I\ki���������-    V,*i-.Iiu.-..l..>,    Oaot.ci' 5:.t.    1.19. ".Vii'.c.    '..;    Clj.xV.I..'.  t'onlaiiiiri^  Full information  C.   D.   McGILVRAY,   M.D.V..   PRINCIPAL  HSK  weg^H"*^  i  ���������   'hi II.   ill f   ��������� < ii.i I r   .i ] i  llllllil tr-f inci < aseil  i  Y..",i)(K������iiMif'  tlie   I mul  i.'rj.,. 11 i.ifiit  of jii- li. i   for   l.;< u  ��������� * I ���������!>������' ���������- i' hi ������'l  crime.       In     rwhli  it    ..il.|-.|   ���������v.'i'WWinf)   f,,r   :,   ������������������pp-cial  4   ���������' . .. . ���������>   |,  .11   I  I   '     I ..   Ill     II  IW '     | I>.   I'  |'l   Dpi   i.lt  illll'.  ��������� ���������im *:.i, im.miid  < A   .1"   .1  fi.il  I M  ;i  .. ,i   i  Wrdtti-:-������ AWIL-SdH HAUHE-b-S toft fcVEftY  WML*  A WILLOW   'rlARHli.tia   OF  -*>UPERIiOR L^^THU:^ . *���������=---  fiUPEttlOIft  WOPJKiH/VWtiHlP AHJD   IDURABltlTY��������� WHICH  MEANS    MORE,   a*UAt,1TY   FOPL   THE  PHICF-    -J^-������^*==*^  A   /s-^K    YOUPt  OJKAiriilR.  TO SHOV/  YOU *WlLaON*S   ^  vit.       LOOK FOR  THli TRA1*>K/A>>VT������K.     m. ~~VL%\  S���������04"  ^-t,~w* tnr*  ���������* TtT.Wtr Vd  "*���������  \v  ;.-a������.^j������*������aiHitit^^ ���������Hiwwnp-fi  ''.','.-.-r '.,"'���������-*.���������,;.,,;!-  '������������������:'.'-'.''.���������- -i-'-'Z-Zi--  'e,A/:  ^!?r*S-a*SS  'JL'JOUIl  JKHiVJUKW,      'CKlUtfrUpfif*  WAGSTAFFITS |  Heal   Seville  m~-mJSw7~W^^^F~0i l^i  jylarmaiaae  All Orange and Sugar-  No camouflage.  Boiled voilh care in SiherPara.  ASK YCUK SROCSn  POR IT.  Internationa! Air  Race Announced  Toronto.���������An interatioal aerial race,  which will start simultaneously from  Toronto and Nc-av York, v.ili he held  or. August 25 with the Prince of  Waies as the starter, it has been announced here.- Stops Avill be made at  Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany.  A prize of $5,000 and a trophy have  been offer-ed by John M. Bowman, of  Nca\' York. It is expected there will  be more thau two score entries.  A Foreigner  Do You Know the 9 Points?  'The professor. seems a trifle cast One talks about the "nine points of  down." the  Iuav,"   one  hears   the   expression,  "'Just a little flabbergasted. He '. but not everyone can enumerate, them.  Uses  eery correct  English." j For future reference then, tlie folloAV-  *'������es, a slangy salesgirl had to call. ing arc tlie nine requisites for success  a floorwalker tolTrterpret for her. She  thought  the professor  was some kind  of a  a toreigner.  Genuine Aspirin  Has *'Bayer -^ross  Tablets  Without "Bayer Cross" Not  Aspirin At All  Get Genuine  '���������Bayer Tablets  of  Aspirin   in    a   "Bayer    Package,  Plainly Marked With the  Safety "Bayer Cross'  B  / '   ~A  in   a   suit-at-law:  1. A "ood deal of iii one v.  2. A good deal of patience.  3. A  good  cause.  4. A good lawyer.   .  5. A good counsel.  6. Good witnesses.  7. A good jury.  8. A  good judge.  9. Good luck.  The Foe of Indigestion.���������Indigestion is a common ailment and few  are free from it. It is a most distressing complaint aud often the suffering attending it is most severe. The  very best remedy is Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills taken according to directions. They rectify the. irregular action of the stomach and- restore healthy action. For many years they  have been a standard remedy for dyspepsia and indigestion, and arc  ly esteemed for their qualities.  71 ������13 I  J: DIM,  Make every pair of shoes you buy give   the  longest possible wear.    Use on them the very  u\-sl   jjuiiba.  i? *|Fa ja ���������is"-***  k m. lis  c*L5r\sr  xJiX\j4-L.  DRESSING  contains oil to soften and preserve the leathers  Gold Leaf is economical���������a little on thc dat-be-r  produces a black, long-lasti������|f shine. No rui***-  bingr required.  Remember the big red package.  high-  Citv  >f    Toledo,     I-was  St.-ne   of   Oliio,  County-���������ss.  J-VauU j. Cheney makes oath that lie is  senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney  & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,  County    and   State   aforesaid,   aud   that   said  i-.ris-.  U   DS*  +1-4.)  rxf    e-tWcST     TT4rTTpTi*k1>T?T������  There   is   not   a   penny   of   German  "money invested in "Bayer Tablets  of  Aspirin,"   nov  "will   a   German   citizen  profit by  its sale  or  e\-er be  allowed  to acquire interest.  The original, world-famous Aspirin,  marked -with the "Bayer Cross,'* is  now made in Canada and can be had  at your druggist's in handy tin boxes  of 12 tablets arid larger "Bayer" packages.  Geuine Aspirin has been proven safe  by millions for F\aiu, Headache,  Toothache. T-'.arache. Rheumatism,  Lumbago, Colds, Grippe,  Neuritis.  Aspirin is the trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticucidestcr of Salicy-  licacid.  DOLLARS    for    any    case   of-   Catarrh   tliat  cannot   be   cured   bv    the   use   of   HALL'S  CATARRH.   MEDICINE.  ]       . FRANK J. CHENEY..  j      Sworn    to    before   me    and    subscribed   in  i my    presence,    tliis    titii    day    of    December,  A.D.    1886.  (Seal)  A. W.  Gleason, Notary "Public.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally  and acts tluotigli tbe Blood on the  M neons Surfaces of tlie System.  Dri'.sfjjjsts  75c.    Testimonials  free.  1". .1.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.   ���������  Tlie professor of elocution was in-  slructing the young man in the art  of public speaking.  "When you have finished your lecture," he said, "you must boAv gracefully and leave the platform on tiptoe."  "Why     on   lip-toe?"  youth.  "So  as  not  to  Avake  replied the professor.  .queried     the  the   audience,"  -HCSBSM  Spring Fever  1  Minard's  Liniment Cures   Distemper.  It is said that contentment is better  than riches���������but most people are willing to take chances -with the riches.  A    "oroverh    is an undisputed    fact  with whiskers on it.  What Is It?  Ill REE o'clock In the afternoon ��������� and   absolutely no  pep.**     You   call   it   spriti-f  fever, but is it?  When you are  constipated  waste  matte? remains in the intestines, decays, forms poisos-2  ���������which are absorbed into your blood and carried by it to zr&ef  ���������L'Cll     Xii.      JXf-X-.       ~~f%~HXJf  WT\-0 Ai-������       ���������mrr^x^t ****      ^������t*ll C  - -     **i\-Afc       J   '        ---  jaoan Sends More Troops to *Russia!     The   Oil for  the Athlete.���������In   rub  ',,  . .        _ . ,. , 1 bing down, the athlete can bnd notn  iokio.-���������Japan is  sending remiorce-   jnff finer than Dr. Thomas'  Eclectri.  ments, consisting of a brigade of infantry and a company each of cavalry und engineers, to Vladivostok; because -of conditions existing in thc  maritime pro\-incc of Siberia, it is ofR-  *T-*T#plr������   -f *���������*������������������������-   T?4p**n.pfc  0 7 X. XX4 0 Lr 0 .0    .0 X ...xr x  v>  Tvcgina, Sask.���������According to tne announcement of A. E. Wilson, seed  grain commissioner of the Dominion  gOA'crnmeut with headquarters here,  the sum of $5,000,000 Avas expended  for the relief of farmers who experienced a shortage oi" crop with consequent lack of seed grain, in the three  prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Nearly 4,000,000  bushels of seed grain were distributed   bepw-eiMi   Inst   fall  and   thi?   spring.  cially announced. The Bolsheviki recently haA-e been active in this region, and, the announcement s.-rys,  "ha\-e often attacked Japanese ��������� contingents., causing' casualties."  YSSS8 Ef  aj  SAVE THE CHILDREN  ng liner than ur. litomas r-.ctecmc  Oil. It renders the muscles and sinews pliable, takes the soreness out of  them and strengthens them for  strains ihat may be put upoii^ them.  It stands pre-eminent for this purpose, and athletes who for years have  been using it can testify to ils value  as  a  lubricant.  MUTT  Mothers who keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in the house may feel  that the lives ot their little ones are  reasonably safe during the hot weather. Stomach troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands of little ones every summer, in  most cases because the mother does  not have a safe medicine at hand to  give promptly. Baby's Own Tablets  relieve these troubles, or if given occasionally to the Avell child Avill prevent their coming on. The Tablets  are guaranteed by government analyst to he absolutely harmless even  to the new-born babe. They arc especially good in summer because  they regulate the bowels'- and keep  the stomach SAvect and pure. They  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25c a box from The Dr. Williams"   -Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Out.  Hung  Hats  on  Kitchener's  Peg  "Hang your hat cm Kitchener's  peg," was the Avord that- Avent doAvn  the line when a group of United  States fighting men passed through  the peer's lobby in the House of  Lords.. London. And every American  took off his hat and hung it for a second on the peg that bore the name  of Lord Kitchener. Jt Avas a breach  of regulations, but a shoAving of regard for the dead held marshal that  thc   British   appreciated.  course you have no    "pep."  rills,sails,mineral -waters, castor oil,etc. ,rnerely,/*?rc.? the boi*r-  els to act, and make constipation and self-poisoni-Jig a habit.  Nlljoi is entirely different from drugs as it does not force o?  irritate the bovvers.  Nujol prevents stagnation by softening the food vraste and  encouraging the intestinal museies to act naturally, thus tt-'  moving the cause of constipation and self-poisoning. It la  absolutely harmless and pleasant to take.  fNiiio! helps Nature establish easy^ thorough bowel evacuation at regular intervals���������the healthiest habit in the world.  Get a bottle of Nujol from your druggist today and watch  your    pep" come back.  SVy . .        .        Vx-I���������,.*  Zr. .���������p,j   t���������   .....^   i.^..u.  Ur.0T.iv.~  v.,*. ppjMpfplTro.-?-^ X&4.7&  ww fyt-viitJtx ���������������  ���������pppj*'* .-��������� mi... ... i-^^.xxx ������v..4v. Gear-si; i.i:e ���������/*i***pa!i raae *hsis.  - we 4xi issitg, .  All drujjgists. Insist on Nujol. You may si-jCTtr from substitutes.  "Bcg-lar- as  Clockwork "  ������EC. U.S. PAT. OFF.  4*, '%mrrtT        -WW f X-SxJi X mrixJ XS%f ~4 tv- \~f -  "**���������  Minard's     Liniment  in Cows.  Cures     Garset  im wmm.  UMlWll  OF IPUHST Y  '.iirls :u-e delicate vessels, which rc-  trpiiri** a small fortune every season to  keep  ihem  in  sails.  ON THE MARRIAGE DAY  Romance ceases and history begins  ---and corns begin to go, too, when  "l-'utuam's" is applied-���������ii takes out  roots, branch and stein. Nothing so  sure and painless as T.'titnam's Corn  and Wart K.\u;irtov; try " Putnam's."  -������������������m*  :u   al]  dealer*..  X������*go>-*  IN  LAHi-fS  PORK  Where  Babies   Are   Salted  The st ran tit- custom of sailing new-  ixu'ii iml.ies i*. slill i������racticed in certain regions of Kuropr and Asia. The  method varies with the differing >ni-  tionalities of the peoples etnp'loying it.  Tin- Armenians of Russia cover the  ."iili-.v .,l.i;i cf ',!..' iuf.li.l ullh vc.iy  fun- .-;������h. This is left on the baby for  lin'ec hours or more, when it is washed off v, iih warm waler.  *>    :vr,:-,.--:i..   fi!,.-   nf  A;.i.i   V.U.yJ.   :.. J  pven   more     peculiar   iu   this     regard  than   ilu*.      Aiineiiiaiis,   for   they     are  Ship Centenarians  Tlu- ship of today, even without any  submarine risks, cannot hope to attain the* ripe old age of its forerunners. Nelson's Victory *was over 40  years .old when she took part in the  battle of Trafalgar, and tlie Betsy  Cains, which,, according to tradition,  brought over William and Mary in  l'',88, ppiirvived until 1824, when she  was wrecked al lhc mouth of the  Tyne.  Lloyd's Register for 1010 contained  the Olivia, built in U>\9, and, writing  in IS'.",*, Admiral .Martin recorded that  the small vessel iu which James 11.  escaped from Rochester was still in  Use conveying goods from one dockyard  io another.  Wii.ii itit- \ <*i v \iniitg iiiiiti dt.ic-.ut  know he thinks he knows, and it answers   lIir   same   purpose.  Alfalfa Supreme  By Chemical Test  Found   to   Be   Much   the   Highest   in  Fat  In a report issued from the chemistry department of the Manitoba  Agricultural College, corn, Sudan  grass, millet, alfalfa, cereals, rape, and  buckwheat  are   compared  as  to   their  feeding  values.     The   analysis     turns  out very favorably to alfalfa, which iu  its natural state is  found to be about  double   its   closest   competitor  among  the   cereals   in   protein,   50   per   cent,  higher than Sudan grass .in carbo-hydrates,  and  much   the  highest  in   fat.  On account of the stems the ash content   is   fairly   high,   however.     Sudan'  grass is medium high iu protein, very  high   in   heat-forming   elements       (it  should  be  especially   valuable here  in  winter  feeding),  and   contains   nearly  Ilu per cent, of fat.   Cereals and peas,  and corn stand about third in the list  Cook's Cotton Root ���������omgHHm&  A ma/e, reliable repii:atin&  medicine. Sold in J Urea degrees of atreiieth���������No. 1,51s  No. 2, $3; No. 3. 95 x������=r box.  Sold by mil druggist*), or hcts~  ���������prepaid on receipt, oi pric*).  jfreo     pamphlet.        Address i  THE COOK MEDICINE CO*  T0S0MT0. OUT.   (Fir-ai-ly WiMsw.*)  rHK NHWmiNCH REMKDV. N... t*.- N.3.  "-"���������"S^-9 {*?   =3 S?* HWbj.   ~Ss    tmf-m~. g !������**���������������. n**-. a    JT ...^ j*. ^"^ rnxxi ���������  S Fl fei*t#4^1V!f 1*51 li'ct'tt)-.ti.T������ *M:%  jre������t ������urcoii, ci'-u CHno.*t:cwr *.ks������is. i.o������; viuoa  * viu. k.dsiv.  jladoik, o:snit>. at.oop  !*o:t.4iN.  MI.S5. Xtl'llKR .*������>��������� Df-UOOIS.JHr Ul.il. 91. **OPl������ IC'lt  tftWnXRx Oa.tW. BltKli.p.N sr.^*^f^' 10������>. OI ! y\i\N ������Ki.������  rOSOM 10.    WRlf C POR -fRVe ������OOK Iu Dpi. l-C Cl.kPO  Ukd.Co, UAV������i������������.rocicRD. Kamnikad, London. Ksc*.  -t������vs*cwi>RAQ������*tri>.sin.������-i������)>0Rwor   m-,   ;o tp*������I  -     tr~  -2~ WmAr-m BT^ I \m* 1 ^m      I-*'* ���������-������������������'- CUBJt  Re TH XT TKADE   UARKSR  WORD  * 1 IIII Kf.ClS ' IS ON  vs.m-vx.xixxir A������riKKD xo all an.sciMt r*cit������*n*k  Feathers Wanted!  Highest prices paid for best Rrade  new goose, duck, chicken and  turkey fea'hers.  Geo. IT. Hees, Son & Co., Ltd.  52 Bay Street, Toronto  MONEY ORDERS  ,.       .. ., r,,,        , .   , Dominion   i-"\nre*-!>   Money    ():<i<*i*.    are'on  in  feeding   value.        Ihe   high   succti-   s..ic i��������� ,;ve thoisunii o..i.-ei  iii-������.i:Riiom c*.*a.v  lencc  of  corn  is  of  es]>ccial  value  in   *-*'*"���������  feeding dairy animals. ; ��������� -- - - ���������       ������������������'���������     '��������� -----  )  A   word  to  tin-  wi-.-,*  > :>u call  hiiu  a liar.  is  .sufh'ii.ul���������if  A Wonderful Discovery  Cures Catarrh  Permanently  Kaiser Msiy Submit  alh  1  ���������h  -^  1""*H**| |"BP"**P     twm    "r****������ "r*"*| f^"^'***,|i  -84If-* sSitSi^*.  LhMIV 'L'^Aib W1 '(AfLlHl   ^    ***MW*J'  K'ii'   110. \-, -bi>i l.   hal.ii' s  . >'-p-     - v.     .4.-u    ;,,ii.    .4'.     ,x    jrp:i|..ui    nl    ..'-l  I l'o>.:���������'���������.. The uiudcni Creek-' al-io  j siuiiiklc their babies with salt. The  i motile.!!' ini'iL-iii.-. that Ui'im practice  ! brin('.<- ln-:iltli ;n,il strength to their  i .<!!��������� i->i inn. and sri .���������<���������*, tu keep away liir  ! p-vil  -pr-'" its  :is  well.  ~j~m*m--mtmm  -910 _ t j K .. **-, r\ ,., idXt s ������ ������  l-t>t*#'<wa( tm~mm-s-ssMMi~mm wwwwnn.4  11 .* i ���������-;  ��������� ������ I. M* >  Aim   lun itw  |r,.U<  . ��������� I "  iv  vvlien  Formerly doctors prescribed stomach treatment for ''utarih and llron-  ������hitiM. They sehloin cured and <'.i-  tarrii   iias   bt-> omr   a   national   disc.!**<���������*.  I     ml.P.V I   .4   4' ��������� 4   >l    V     -4   ���������  I   4       '     4   I |   ���������   I   .    1     .',   ������������������      ..,   ,. .   I.-.;;I    1   '  ('atari h by nicdicatcd air. i\r tills  the hmn.s, nose ami thioat with the  nnliseplir vapor of ('atarrho/oiu'. It  it* easy then for C.'itairho/.one, to cure.  |1 contains Ihr rsp-rncei of pure pine  lial'-ain*',   reriche.s   all    the   crrms   and  1 ���������   . I   I,    - if     '������������������    0 ������.*-."��������� ,<  <*:>.t:������ ri*li# Ivicnchlti'i :md Sore 'I'lnott  cai; he- ilired by C'al.u i huzoiie. The  <iuU.,i onlfil last.-i t .: ti l.i.M.tll-i ..liil .-,  Itiiaranteeil   lo   cine;      ..mall   -,i/.r   ;>0c;  j     Statue of Que������n Victoria for B.C.  ���������    1    ll"***.     T *t mm. ,������������������������ d*WT   , *������������ *->������������������ ��������������� ' P1 ,������������������ -*jl. .-- ..*..������-i" (T***--    ,.     A,       ....  Black   Vva'.cu ��������� liio    x>cst    oiacw i     ��������� -lu.���������...������������������..   -.. u.^..^^  r...x..y ..���������- \^..Cxx.  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market   Vict-..ria.   1J  feet   high,  and   weighing  - .-   ��������� |iw<>   ions,  is   .shortly   Io   or   conveyed  : by sti-amci  for llie erection in the par-  . iiamrii'.      I.....!.--     **-.r.'d-:!   at      *p ir toria,  lO    All    LllClUiry   IU .     ll   was   fashioned   some     -years  iam*.  for tii^   Briti-iii Columbia  govern-  The   llagtie. ��������� The  foinu-r k.-tiser'.-* j nn*iit   ami  it  is  hoped  that  it   will  ar-  altitude toward the allied i-h-mand ih.U;iive   ii.   time  to   be  ut.\r:.i-������l   l.\      the  it tr.   lie  li<-Ui   i i \s|m.������Iimi������1i.   Ii.i    ilu-   p..������.    .-:.';..14.    o,   V..II4.1.  dependent on the lengths to which th'* j -  ������������������  allies   intend   lo   carry   their   examina- |      Wuim- -..iji tiie sl:er,('ii. ,iini uctier-  liou,  it   was   reported.     It   was   uuoni-1 ���������-.������������������'���������**  ���������''���������** '���������'���������..i'.ity of c'uildien.    S'.i.-ng  ti *i,i    .  i."ii    , ,. *  I    1.4 4] ..      .r.i III      4 ll.l L        .   >    . I l.l-l lr.       4,'(,4ll-      UU.     .1 .J  jcil  lo giving himself up  to an  allied  tribunal if it  nie rely passed judgment  I then    l he tu    |.v  'Worm   I- vtr: :;  usinr'   Mother  ���������.:>:���������. tor  Jo   dn v e  r.'ivrs  :i*   Hie  >n   liir   io|i-   In-  I" ���������> >  nl  iu   ,-pt.p i (iiu,   iiie.  Vwil,    ill Wvil.ltlilH     IH'ill i.iili.v ...lil  iiom il > .4" i v. .uu i*  oi   i ii t i-tn.i t io.tl  l..w  I'l-nnry    is    oftei-  w.n;i-s t������f  thc  |������ru.  '!'!,,   i,,..,.-  :,,.,:,.,.  ���������MAI'li.       Ill*        f t \ I ( , \    4*       1 I  1 -",  ��������� h  Ulil'Al.  .    .-     i-i,.:.  online 1.  1-r.i1   Art.  1 ������������������������������������-.���������-* >.;..  \ all de.i!ei;i  c:   ("at.r tho-  U ',4rv->1 ah       < 1" ���������  \v  fo  il  a������L.    ������z2mvm������& l-*-*,u" l^eep your Kyex  ��������� Ji^rmSt^m^ZA Stror.;: and I!e?.lthy. I*  JJ^pa-WI jS~-~ 4he-*r'\ ire Smart. Ttcb.or  1 Stm^nti-Tl-sm.C Uur,'< if Sorr*- Irritated.  .- IIIHII r.*f Tj-9 lrtfl-irr.ee! orGratiulated.  . ������������������-������.- Hinrinr onrii. .-saie ior imam or nuiiii-  (At all DruiH-ititi tn Canada  Write fori-'r^sn  Xr.S.    tl.J.llx.        NPHlad   P..P4>P������������*PJ������ , i.t������ |t. ���������������..>,  b. '.**.l4������4P������  lr**-4-fS  WSiiigiiilt'iwm*^^  i-m  ^iaMiliB^teMi'  iWmmmmimmmsm  mm4mmm  4)-������������lW4������l,lii;������<*l ,������������i������iiw tmmmrmmmtimf.vsmmtmfm.  i  THE  CBESTOK METISW  n  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription :   $2 a vear in advance;  r2������*p.  frrp  .    -r-r  rx .  ���������p*.w to *u.o��������� points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner*  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 25  ������aifin&t Timber  ency he shades them just a trifle.  If Premier Borden confers cabinet  honors on the principle of having  each province's reDresentative in  charge of a department that has  more largely to do with his native  province then assuredly, West  Kootenay has good reason to expect its member to be the ne**" minister of mines.  its former usefulness in shaping  Canada's destiny either as the party in power or in their present location, to the left of Mr. Speaker.  The fate of the present Unionist  government hangs on the turn of  events   at   the   Liberals   meeting.  The next few  weeks   promise to  be unusuall*-*' Toductive   of things  political for Canadian consnmption  with an extra helping so'r the good  people of   British   Columbia.   The  'specials for to-day," as the menu  card has it, are the very-shortly-be  announced  changes   in the Unionist cabinet,    the . national   Liberal  convention at   Ottawa   early next  month,    while   toward   the end of  September it is   proposed   to have  a    B.C.    Conserative   convention,  which among other things will select a new head   for the   party,   or  confirm W. J. Bowserin the leadership.  Word from the Dominion capital  is to the effect that Premier Borden is now away on a two weeks'  holiday, and has promised that on  his return he will be prepared to  announce the successors to Hons.  Crerar and White, who have retired as federal ministers of agri-  "culture and finance, respectively., as  well as officially advise of the retirement of at least a quartebtete of  other cabinet ministers and their  successors of the several portfolios.  It is quite authoritatively understood that one of those who will be  LK������3@t*--\8 &qftwe8a$$������BS  xkth-w ������>  vv xvtx   ai  it is doubtful if any serious opposition "wiii manifest itself toward  his being named permanent head of  the B.C. party.  And should this { prove to be the  sense of the majority of the party  it is certain no Liberal   will be un  wise enough to dispute the wisdom  leader   of  Mr.   Fielding's  prestige and   standing,   a   united I of euch a choice. In the fight in 19-  Yahk is going to have   cleanliness if  if: is a, little shy on gddliness. Two new  lmini*l,4iaip a-r-o Yvainrr b'!>*t   iH the   tO"9B������  A������������M..P-������������ ivS   P^r������ xr    xrx.-x���������f^   .��������� .��������� ..���������      ^ ���������    .   _ ^ __, -_ ���������  Irs*.  9. 19 *-a.*t-tr *& av  gilg^eisp-aiiiii-s  A  For the Dominion-wide Liberal  convertion at Ottawa next month  things are moving along nicely indeed, considering the party is still  the dual purpose type���������part of it  Unionist and the other section the  old line Grit. At this distance it  would look as if the preponerance  of delegates would be of the Laur-  ier Liberal stripe, but that they  will not let this extreme feeling  carry them1 to lengths that will  jeopardize reasonable party unity  is already in evidence.  This restraining influence would  seem to lie in the * fact that names  of hitherto Liberal supporters of  the Unionist cause are always to  the fore when a discussion arises as  to the late Sir Wilfrid Laurier's  possible successor at the head of  the party.  Right now if one had to make a  wager as to Avho would be selected  to command the opposition forces  the safest bet would seem to be  Hon. W. S. Fielding, with a good  second choice in Premier Martin of  front and a progressive   policy the  Liberal party will - have" to be reek  oned with at the nest election.     If  the reverse is the outcome of the  get-together then   Premier Borden  need lose no sleep over immediate  future prospects. The Canadian electorate, "like individuals, will prefer a  government   they   know, no  matter how   imperfect,   to a party  thrt is at outs with itself.   A house  divided against itself cannot stand.  fl i A-nt A   B h������i  Sr*B>6Sagfi   1 SB  i  BUBBV S Ml  Qualified Piano Tuner  ���������oasKatOuewaij.  .uOuti Oi irUttSe su-j-  nnmbered among the missing in the  cabinet shuffle is Hon. Martin Bur- j Ported Unionism in the   last electi-  rell, the present   B.C.   representa- \on- fcne former being  returned as a  Liberal-Unionist member unopposed in a Nova Scotia constituency.  On the recent budget both of them  opposed the government, and Mr.  Fielding Avas amongst the dozen  Unionist members who voted  against the adminstration on this  occasion. Outside of his difference  of opinion on the fiscal policy Mr.  Fielding seems to havB no quarrel  with the party that he backed as a  win-the-war government.  If th.e treat-'em-rough methods  that ousted Mr. Proudfoot from the.  provincial party leadership in On-  torio (due to Unionist leanings no  more pronounced than those of  Messrs: Fielding and Martin) are  interjected into the Ottawa assembly most anything of an untoward  sort is like to happen; and the convention instead of remoulding the  party into one harmonious whole is  liable to have very much the reverse effect.  In addition to soma skilful hand-  ling that will be required   to name  tive in the Dominion executive  council, and, locally, chief interest  centres around the gentleman upon  far s-������w-t.vi-.     i-Vii3        Tsra-a-ri-f-5.0*.       rf-v*P        WTti-a^-a-CT-r/^-af*   ^-9.  ���������*������    llVllt -V ���������*.-*. *W        - m-mmtJS-mmmvM.S *J ft ������* X tj M JL -_} VO t\ \J L.  mines, now held by the member for  Yale, will fall. If it is proposed to  make this portfolio the property of  one of the B.C. members there are  many good and sufficient reasons to  lead to the hope that B. F. Green,  M.P. for West Kootenay, will be  easily --within shouting distance  when Premier Borden summons an  eminently fitting representative to  administer the department of mines.  But it must not be forgotten that  a couple of years ago this versatile  Mr. Burrell was the Dominion's  minister of agriculture, and there  are i������if-*ietent rumors that the old  order of cabinet precedence will be  reverted back to, and this being  done Mr. Tolmie.the Victoria member, is slated to go up higher. He  enjuys some considerable reputati  on in connection with the livestock  industry, and has held administrat  ive posts before Avhich mi^ht seem a leader, equally judicious manage-  to qualify him to head this all-im- ment will have to be shown in  port-int. department.   Tlie only nth-! drafting a platform    broad enough  "������* rn*-mh-*r *vho i������ r.-insirlored of  cabinet r-ftlibre is li IT. Stevens,  'lie Vanooiiver rep res.:* illative,  though for what place he is specially qualified mo mention lias heen  made a.s ye?.  ������.....-.-.._. 1    . T������   4   ' -   I   ��������� .1  .���������inMMiiiii^ iii'- jj.' . i;<n uiier Honor is to go either of thin trinity it  looks nt thin distance -is if Mr.  i ii'M-n lias at leant a fji) 'ill r-bance  '.vitli ejt her or both of them. Taking thiiiKH all round he  has a  safer  i.onwl.it UeiH'Y   l.o Cuine buck   to  for re-  eleetiori thuai    either    of his    rivals,;  .   l  .I :    ��������� ' .   ��������� i     .        ������������������ i  in-,   i.iii-i i-i    t   moHir   mi port..'till,  Me* im  '  at thi.M time in the history of f'n-  loiiisin nl ' )t,tnw:i. Were the federal goA*erjmieiit that now is fail to  win in a bye-elee.l irii with a eabili-  ���������t nieiiiher as eaiidi<la.,e in a pro-  iriiM-e nun uly iea.si no con i plan it. lo  make of    the    i/overt.mi-iit'',     fiscal  poliey  I I 4  Lih,-i-.,  lo   the*  sue'i   a    fever  won !f  not  for the western free traders and  the eastern tariff for revenue only  Liberals to .stand upon. Nothing  short of unrestricted ve^ifr >city in  a very large list of commodities  will satisfy    tho ^prairie   Liberals,  i-it-lk-its--,   ^ ������* it*-fo-itO ���������������*���������*���������    o^tfrvirt.f li vv-t .n--**    /���������*���������>���������%���������*-*. oC /l *%*���������������  -������   ..������������-���������   :.ij0   l. . ���������.. . ������ ������ t. #y      .)U������u-.-(niiii)H]    pjuU''HUi'    *  ahly le.ss drastic will havo to be  nerved up if the eastern support is  r.<������ t������e retrained���������it one may judge  hy the landslide to Borden that  cam*; about in 191.1 when tho Liberal.'; went to the country on the  mildest, sort of a free trade policy.  The outcome of the convention  will he awai-ted with no incoiiMidcr-  ���������i..|.- inter.-ql. A quartet* of a ee,d-  ury ago the Liberals had a similar  conclave and two years later landed in power in the Dominion. On  i.nai. '.<-e.-i.sion t.jn-y had no leadership question to 'M-t tie, nor wiki  r'.ui:ul;t''i li-i/'a.l   poliev <piite the fao  BmGm Tories te ~W@&t  And lastly we have definite assurance that the provincial Conservatives are to meet and talk things  over at Vancouver on Sept. 29th  and 30th, the dates being selected  so that the half-thousand delegates  that are expected to attend may  combine business with pleasure; attending the big fair at New Westminster, which is to be held at the  same time, when not. required for  such business affairs as wiii be  brought before the convention.  While not so momentous a gathering as the Liberal meet at Ottawa, this provincial gathering of  the clans leaves some scope for at  least one clash between the newer  and old-time Conservative factions.  There is a likely opening for such  a tilt when that part of the proceedings is reached as to whether  the party shall confirm W. J. Bowser in tiie lea-usrsiiip or procee-a oo  elect a new chief.  At the last convention of the  sort, in 1914, the late Sir Richard  McBride was officially retained as  head of the party, since which time  there have been no provincial con  ferences of aty sort, though the  handful of Tory members in the  legislature is due form chose Mr.  Bowser to carry on as opposition  boss.  Since the merger of the Conserative party with a wing of the Liberals for the Dominion government purposes in 1917 the truce  then agreed to for federal purposes  has been quite religiously observed  even in provincial affairs, the-Ideal  Conserative association, along with  many others, having temporarily  ceased to exist.  Due to this indifference, if it  may be so termed, Mr, Bowser has  had to carry on a more or less uphill fight at Victoria with indifferent support both in an out of the  house, and in consequence of which*  16 ifc will be recalled" that it wa������  the sinsof both omission and commission of Bowser, rather than the  maladministration ^ory  government, that - was held up to  unfavorable criticism and denouncement.  , The result of that election is by  no means ancient history. Should  the convention endorse Mr. Bowser it will be up to the polling in  1921 to decide whether the public  has a short memory, and whether,  in politics, there is anything in the  old saying about "if you give a dog  a bad name it sticks."  Eight years experience,  erences.     Singietuning.  ^.S'S'!^-!**^'***''0   a. *-"*"*'ft%I������  Highest ref-  Two  s  u $7=  ROBT- LAmUiSiT  NOTARY g^UBimSG  INSURANCE   ���������    RB AL.ESTATE  ~jEA~--.fi IN COAL  ORESTON   -   -   B.C.  REGISTERED  FOR SERVICE  St. Qy@!!'s Gone! Cioero 7105  W. V. JACKSOSV,   CRESTON  Is there any  /yleat in  the  House?  This is the (Irst question that present*-, itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a. meal. But why  Avorry '<  Shamrock Brand  MMtt-iis aiiu jLjuvom  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  l-Zitncit Meat  Bologna. <l~~c.  i i  ..ioin.-.f ;   ...-In.     -o .-���������   ..-.!���������  It-V-'-eleet ions     I o ''time  ,"l    ten  If.    I ,,,������������������/, ���������.,;.',  titUutioil    til'-  in    Me-   pr  ill Vei'i^mit   ������  '���������"Ut  hun  sample of pul-,lie opinion  toward the entM iu  the     party     ean     unite on a  rejuvena t erl   l-nioni-t   p.irtw  On the ..-.id'-r     and    mutually     a^ive    ou u  ��������� ��������� .. <l i-   ��������� <i     .. i n I i i  v        Iii''       , ��������� "���������  ���������' i    i i e   iiii .<  ; | r 4.1 i ��������� ��������� n in   n   . . i ; ii        "--i-i       I .li I ii-.ll    I llll II  '���������i iill | i.i I i-i       more          ' h.in       ..I'l.iMOi;, I.tl"   pia.ll I"      deie-/u l.ei.      tieein     Oiler  ,*-'  i   1,1  .                I  4   |  '                     |   .,    1   4'. |   ,.'!-!    |          4  '              I   I   |  t I   II   4|  M' *  I   i   '  ' I  I  I  I   I  I  * -.   I        I   r   ,       ,  ���������     1    '      ..           I     I  ....    I .             I..               , ������ 4   ,      ,-. ���������    ,  4.,  ,, |  V 111 e '   i I I   ' > i.     I .I'i f-p < ��������� 111.    | n >l I I I ��������� ' i i      '��������� h U' uin     I li"   I rl "1  \          t ��������������� rl I III        I ioi     l l-'.l l ii 11-  a ii-  11ways  In   he   had  iii ti.  ill   llll  .n.4   ii4UW.nu  'Mlutmroek  iptiti  ei|ini|>4  prod  Uts.  U     a  KT"'ft n H jjf'"-Q [jiH ffv  Wm\ii ""^  mVmV^xrmLUWW  ft. RILHd.  If you are needing  tT&W  ^0MMMMM%s^MmW%W    1  ���������s^rs^-aA"?   -ts  ���������&*sa-%rf>  A.������  m-.srv%~0~  naaaav  -"Om  Z--mT  We have  unloaded  just   umoaaea a  of these at Creston  car  ��������� Babsbbam  ��������� BEMMliI  Citv Lisiistjii  ���������f****"  a*  LIMITED  men s ana i^aaies  SPRING and SUMMER  MENyS in PENMAN'S  Spring needle in Shirts and Drawers, all sizes  Spring needle Combination  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt and Drawers���������all sizes  LADIES' iss WATSON'S  Vests  and Combinations in  short and sleeveless  Ktylci.., in white and pink  Combination Suits in several styles, in light and  medium weights, from (>0c. to $2.25 a suit  Crompton's a la Grace Corsets  flw,  ���������t      .,1,4,  .J        ..  Jrffisfnin  \c-Jm *kJ stji vi -i^ ia a  b*ejr*ta <vHf **j&au ������u k**������*-     v~v*~va  LIIVIITED  41441111 ���������.M.NIHIIr.lllirJP  tesmiiW^fisi'ii  SSii-MiS''^^  KUeMI tWmf-\ 1* THE C-BE3T0H SSYIEW  .,- * .-**>  T^OR every War Savings Stamp which you can  purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the  Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00  in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 at  one time, accumulate sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  and exchange them for a $4.00 War Savings Stamp.  tU Should circumstances compel you to realize on  your investment, your money with accumulated  interest is always available.  NATIOJJAI.   WAS   SAVINGS   CG5iijgj'i."3.*g'*S  City employees at. Revelstoke are to  get a ten per cent, increase in aiihti-ies.  The needed funds will be   orovided by  x ������**  increasing water and light rates.  -fep-tasisa  fkunnn-eie nf  mw g a aw gat a* m v    v!  St   ~-m\ P'rmtmmxJmm, Um.  ���������** wi   fiMSssiiUBa^ags**  Minimum price of first-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  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements tc  .value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of >Xi least 5 acres,  before receiving Crow-h Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued,-provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 -icrcH  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of-tit least 2 years are required. . .  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires* land- in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence' maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding G-tO acres may be  leased by ono person or company.  *"��������� Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land j not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  hy cxljitlng roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to I hem. Jtohntn of one-half of cost of  road, not exceoding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS*      FREE      GRANTS  ACT.  **" The t-'-opo of this Act is enlarged to  Include All persons joining and serving with III.** MajoHty's Forces. The  time within which tho heirs or devisees  of a ducuaseii pre-empt or may apply  for title under this Act Is extended  from for one year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. Tills privilege is also,,, made ro-  troiiciivo. ���������        %t  No feet? relating to pre-empt Ions ar-  duo or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 20. 101S  Taxes are remitted for live years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  4, 191-1, on account of payments, <*,���������,���������.���������'  or taxes on .'.oldier;;' pi- injuiiaia.  interest on agreement:; to pui*rha:;c  town or city lota held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependent*-, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlist ment   to Mil ������������������eh  :������1,  -���������"IO.  SUD-PUHCHASERS   OF   CROWN  LANDS.  Provision made for Issuance of  iTown grants to Huh-purchasci-n of  Crown IriiudH. acquiring right:* from  purch:i' >'i':' win. I'iilli.-d u; coiui'lcii*  purchase, Involving fnri'tiltum, on fill  Olliiiont of conditions of purehnse. In-  lerc.-it and (axon, Where suh-piirchn.-i-  erii do not claim whole of orlnlnal -i.ir  ,:���������.'!, pui'i.-.hui.o prii't* ilu<* ami luxe:; mav  |l���������      ,||r,(-,.|lpl.tr..<       ������������������-���������   ���������  ,       ,.,,,,  whole area. Application:! . tun.������������������! in*  inarti* f y May   1,   l'JL'0  GRAZING.  Cni-shu: Act, \\H\i, for i-ytiteiuatlc  development of llvc-uck iiidu-arv pro-  vlde.'i for ivnizlnir di'-'t-'r?- ; ml i.h.k*  ikIihIiiImi r.it Ion    uh������I<t    I'niiiinl.'c imti-r  Aniini'l   ariizlnu    n. rml������'     ������������������   .-   :   ,   , ���������>  on iiuiiiiiei'.-i rai-'j.-'eil; iiilii ii y "tor i >cil>-  li'iiicii <n\ n.���������!���������.������������������. '-���������*���������������������������;. .-. ;,, , ,,,���������,  form Aiu.ocial |oii������i for i- ������������������ ������������������<��������� i::.-,.-...������. ���������  Uii'iil       Free,   or  iiiii'tliillv   (;���������'������������������.   |iii..,,t.-.  '-       ���������"���������'*    ". '     " .  P    '     O.    I.' -ll  (,>   lell   llP'Ull.  Canyon  **5t4������V  ity  .rea-  ���������T6*3  mTlm~\  ~-\\������mir-iS,   f  E������ b "B^B-sa Be  - Jx\ S. AVI.M10  Col. Latta, who exc-ereises a general  oversight, in soldier schemes in connection with the Provincial Land  Settlement Bo-ud work', and who-has  just returned to Vancouver after a  couple of weeks spent at the development work at the Canyon City area,  speaks with the greatest/ confidence as  to worth-whileness of the area just acquired in the Creston Valley. Interviewed on his return to the "coast the  Vancouver Dttily Province that paper  summarizes his impressions as follows:  "It is evident that the Provincial  Land Settlement Board is now thoroughly convinced of the practicability  and soundness of the "Asia" land  settlement scheme. In, addition to the  successful efforts being make at Cour-  tenay, the government has pin-chased  a large tract of land five miles south  of Creston. This property, which is  capable of being made into agricultural land of the highest quality, is at  present lying idle and it is the desire  of tlie government to utilize it and at  the same time provide profitable and  congenial employment for returned  citizens.  "Lieut. Col. Latta. D.S.O., of the  Provincial Land Settlement Board,  who has just returned from the district, speaks in the highest terms of  the poss'unities of development,  "It   is   proposed   to  subdivide   the  property  into  twenty  and  forty-acre  blocks; size depending upon nature of  soil, configuration of ground, requirements  of  the  settlers,   etc.;   to clear  thoroughly ready for the plow twenty-  ! fiye per cent, of each fann. and also to  j rough clear a  further  t wenty-flve per  j cent., if  found   necessary, in   order  to  ! give a. man a fail- start.  !     "Wages will he  paid to the intend-  j ing settler.-*  on   the   basis of %\ a day,  | out of which $1.2f> will be deducted for  boavd.      Tbe  provincial   government,  j will also run up a rough shack for the  liiarried man in order in allow Ills wife  and children to lake up their quit Hers  ..���������4-.-..r-.,���������-:-    ...r.-^,.   ��������� r  jjL.lr.-r?. T-r".--    ^Jr-  ���������M-ii-y)?i 'iJ;.'i.A" ���������' r���������'yi^^iJJI.r'Jr'  ��������� '���������rrnxm ,,;...;���������  ***.-.'  ���������*-..*- ���������I."  mwmzw^r'j-'- ������������������������������������' ������������������=��������� ���������r^w,\ ;--*->���������  ^C^'.ii'i"':''^^.*'".-.*^ -c.-:  Siro-Wiyn^i-i-*- .*.. -   - ������i:.y(i'i*K������a!'"w.  ^^im ^-itt-oosooo mmim.. .  1       ���������*���������* ii^V.'r.ll.'Wfci'^-*  .-'  ~*      A- ���������Pi-ffiFn'-1-���������">���������'.  p  ^xt^y^xrrV.'^M.''  V  '--^-���������-'~!~i.---Si.-i- i -y~������-   '. :."*--.-ii^';>*KJ������  [ ^^iir-X^-^--^^WWW"  ^-.=,;-"      ���������:: i..xS^^^  ������*..,c./-.~;?-vij3'_ .'-. ���������-- ���������'_ ~������ yr. ;i<_, '  yjSZZ^  'Lriti^^*-  "r-^feS^^/S^-tr^^'-^^^^^s  ��������� Z.Zr''  Iff **���������*//*>,jp**,*"*- ���������    ~  ^..,*r-.-r..  >4xS0tWm  ���������*!���������.  ^.-p  PROTECT THE FORESTS  in the settlement until such time as  the settlers' permanent homes are  ready^fot- occupation.  "Higher wages will be paid to nfen  with special qualifications, such as  blacksmiths, foremen, carpenters, en-  giijeei'B, sury6yoiS, etc.  "Wages paid in clearing ultimately  are charged up pro rata to the individual settler as is also the cost of the  buildings erected. By carrying out  this work on a large scale and under  government auspices it is accomplished'at the lowest possible cost, to the  ultimate benefit..of the settler. As  soon as a farm is ready to turn oyer to  the settler he becomes eligible for the  Dominion. Government loan, which is  sufficient to ensure him a fair start.  "In charge of the settlement is  Lieut.-Col. Fred Lister,C.M.G.,D.S.O.,  M.C, iate O.C I02nd Battalion. Ilieut.  "Bob" Hanna, V.C., is to be appointed  assistant superintendent.  *4.*i ft fi fl 6\ W ������ L __,  ww-MWIIUIVK  These are mostly for the  ladies, with a few attractive  offerings for the girls and the  boys.  We especially invite your  inspection of these. When  you get acquainted with the  quality of these lines, along  with the price you will freely  admit their all-round excellence.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  The Bank* of Commerce is opening a  new branch at Trail.  Penticton is shipping Bing cherries  as fai* east as Prince Edward Island  this year.  Business is so brisk at the Nelson  jam factory that a night shift is being  worked.tenaporafily,  Ben Riley is installing an electric  light system in his enlarged and improved hotel at Yahk.  The C.P.R. has moved the sand-  house and two bunkhouses from  Greenwood to Midway.  Penticton electric light plant has 601  customers. The revenue for this year-  is estimated at $87,000.  Penticton had $31,474 of taxes in arrears at the end of������May. The town  has a population of 3000.,  The News says tumbling mustard is  the worst weed pest the Vernon gardener has to contend with.  At Revelstoke the water and electric  light systems lost money to the extent of almost $3000 last year.  Some points in the Boundary, notably Grand Forks and Greenwood, had  it 102 in the shade one day  last week.  1920 Masonic grand lodge meeting  will beat Nelson. Parson Graham of  that city has been elected grand chaplain of the order.  The Review states that business was  never better at Revelstoke, and that  each month shows some improvement  over its predecessor.  Kaslo has a very convenient thermometer. Last week while other towns  were sweltering in heat well up in thc  nineties the best Kaslo mercury could  do in the heat line was a matter of 80  degrees.  Cranbrook council blew in $750 of  the town funds on thepea'ce celebration Saturday. $250 of it went up in  smoke���������in the fireworks..  Cranbrook is beginning to worry  about the miners strike. The electric  light plant has only enough coal tr>  run it another month, but the C.P.R.  is exceptionally well stocked.  The old townsite at Yahk is now all  taken up and the surveyors are laying out another subdivision to take  care of prospective development.  Twenty-two lots are   being surveyed.  NeW Denver Presbyterians are  spending. $2000 in improvements to  the church building, said improvement being largely in the shape of a  basement, to provide a conyenient  Sunday school room.  DliniiifvliSnirv  reuu^iiiBBg  In order to conserve ntoji't-  ure t<> (lie best advantage land  UH)->I be fall ploughed, aud Ilia  ih-i'pi'i- lln* b. tt.-i. Thi:* wmU  cannot be at .tended t o too mian  cither.  fiiniiiiciiring Julv l������*>th I will  .*    ;.*. ���������������������������...���������.. -'.   :  .......   II,.-  ploughing of small or l,iri������-e  -.rafts with the new t 'Icvclaiid  tract or.  Two furrow plough. All  \. m L iliuii- ill I lie oi (Ice il, is  limited. Cliin-iii'-i timdc liiiuuii  ini applii-al ion.  Some ot the outstandingly  desirable offerings follow:  Ladies' House Dresses  1.75 to 3.50  Girls' Dreaseb, 1.25 and 2.00  Children's Rompers, 1.00 to   1.75  Ladies' Drill Skirts  all sizes, .j.50  flLadief"*' Pique Skirts  till siwN, 'i.50  Ladies' Linen Underskirts, 1.50  ������������������ '' Ladies' Middys, 1.50 to $2.00  (Jirls' Middys, 1.00 to 2.00  1-Joys' 2-pieoi! Wash  Suits  1.75  Hoys'   I piece Wusli  Suits  ������    (HI  x.piy>  Ladies'  All-Over-  Aprons,   1.25  An earl-*"** sol-notion is ndvis-  able.    (-Hoods  of this   xualily  at  the prices .shown  are-.not  ! likely to  remain   lon^  in   our  , slore.     "See tlioin to-day;while  1 they are at their best.  i *'  We   are  distributors for the  dbdSSfl  sorter  Put   on   for  $25  and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  t. ll-fl     tiinit*     t-o    l"*iiv-**i*������*i 1.- r\*i������  money refunded.  nsoii  Builders & Contractors  We wish to inform the people  of the disti'iet that we will be  plea-sed to figure on all kinds  of building andewrponter work.  Address:   'Erickson, CC.  If you want a ear to work  for yon, buy a Ford.  Tf you want to work to keep  up a car, buy something  else.  Creston Auto & Supply.  U.S.Bevan  "������������������ni kiu  UUml'Mif l  IJ **. iti-vAr  iHCIIIUfjtJi  '���������W-**..*-*,*B""M--H^  -^nfe-Hp-orii,*.-* mmm-t-.Xi-itmxrxar-x'.'X-x-xi.: -\-j,-������;--'������t4a(i*''j-x. ,r *-���������- > \t~r-k.~i ivi^-vj-*. -i'���������fv-T"   'i���������'  "Hfiuit i-nri������r- ."rt'ri mm "i.hi-  %Jrtri  ���������Vr**������4i       iX       -ytx   T* "IT y l~:x "TT T-        -n     at-      *       -mr-mr-  BAlNJL-k 151  MAIL  P,.'.*gukir rr.viv.-;; will cc.:,*.! .r;hp/vv a liau*.!-  some balance in the depositor's account.  It may be dillicult for you to come to the  b;uik alway.'** when you want to depoMi.  {SetJ-rl in <lep'\''.il;; by mail- they will be ;\s  carefully handled as though you handed  them over tlu counter.  FI-iE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  A  "Jm  i 'mum*-* v mm-* t,  ~-r7rr&&  MJ     M     .l-sisl/Q-Hlt  ���������������  ���������       0 *      tLtTI\l*\*IHftS  Pfitiofaiii  UHWOItJ"!!  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T*rohlcms confronting  the world on a  return  to pence are  quite as  -groat  as  - tlie i-i* ohlcins   wiiieli arose m the ,oro-  secution of the -war; in fact, the peace  j problems are more complex and will j  bc found even more difficult of solution. They cannot be solved in a  year, or in several years, but for long'  years, even generations to come, the  nations will find il necessary to deal  with acute questions -winch had their  origin   iu   the   Great   \\ ar.  The allies wiii for a long time to  come have to remain prepared and  watchful of Germany. Germany, although defeated -and accepting thc  terms imposed upon her, is far from  repentant. There l*ns been no regeneration   in   Germany.     At   heart      thc  ! people  ave  still  arrogant and  defiant,  but for  the time  being, impotent  aud  j helpless.    The spirit of Germany  has  i not changed, aud although it may now  ���������"���������**��������� a"*"**"-^**"**.  PEOPIF  A     W*VA    Hm-Mmm  ARE ni?BiUTATC.n  Chinese Firecrackers  Canton District Is ihe Centre of This  China invented gunpowder and popularized fire-crackers. The cheapest  "kind, of firecrackers is made of gunpowder rolled up in coarse bamboo  paper with a covering of red paper,  red being regarded by the Chinese as  bringing good hick. Alum is used to  neutralise the smoke. The Canton  district is the centre of this industry.  The Chinese seem to use firecrackers  upon every occasion���������to send a parting gucstf-in wedding celebrations, or.  festivals and birthdays, and to dispel  evil and bring good omens. China exports about  -������600,000 worth a year.  ���������TL     fi  iil��������� vOfliiii  ing Of P**aA  Tin.-; _'8tli day of June will stand for  ���������sii time as one of the most ntc-mor-  al'le dates in tlie calendar, and as one  of the most important. c-nniversarics  for future generations to celebrate,  for it was on this date in the year of  grace, 191V, that the Treaty of Versailles was signed, thus officially ending the Great War which began m  19H.  Bv a strange coincidence, it was ou  June 28. 1914, that the Archduke  Fi-aiiy. Ferdinand, heir to the throne  of Austria-Hungary, was murdered at"  Sarajevo. It was this tragedy that  was  tiia  (1  assigned   as  the  reason   for   Aus-  dcclaring   war    ou.  Serbia,     and  j.*.-*"-.reby precipitating the terrible conflict which shook thc work! to its very  foundations. The signing of the peace  treaty   on   June   2S,   five   years   later,  was not by pre-arrangcmeiu, tlie c.-ate  having  been   postponed  from  time   to  time    iu  order  to     complete   negotiations,  aud  finally   lo  enable   Germany  to  scenic  the,consent  oi   some   of   tier  leading   men   !<>   .i*-**ume   the   responsibility   <A  aflis-iug   'heir   -.ignatures      to.  the dociii'icm. ���������  il )-, not nc.���������'���������--..* y ai this time to j  i'1-v..l! the detailed ii-niip of the pence  tivi,t', which ('icrmany. after many j  dechpi-auou-- that she would never!  s'p,n. *ii.al!\ i.nwe'l tn the inc-viiable ;  ���������an-;   sii-ned   ���������: ���������i'-o.idi-.i.-.iily.     Suftice   it!  of   the   sincere  acceptance     of   demo-  j c.ratic  institutions.  Througiiout thc war Germany proved to bc a treacherous and barbiiriotis  foe. She treated her solemn treaty  obligations as "scraps of paper." On  thc eve of the signing of the peace  treaty she gave further evidence of  thc fact that she has not reformed in  this respect. The sinking of thc surrendered German fleet at Scapa Flow  was a characteristic piece of German  treachery and a violation of the laws  of war. "By the terms of thc armistice Germany was required to surrender her fleet. She accepted those  terms. The fleet was interned at  Scapa Fiow. Then on the eve of the  signing of peace the Germans scuttled the ships, destroying property  which did not  belong" to them.  P.y this act the German navy ad.d-  ed the crowning infamy to its history. Its record all through has been  one of villainy. It skulked in its harbors and made war by submarine assassination: it surrendered without a  fight; and after the surrender it  treacherously    destroyed    the surren-  Full Health and  Strength Can Only  Be Regained By Enriching  the Blood  People -who are tired all the time  and never feel rested, even after a  long night in bed, people who cannot  regain weight and -strength, -who feel  no joy in living, arc iu a condition  described by doctors as general debility. A medical examination might  show that every organ in the body  is acting normally, but the. pallor of  the face will usually show that the  blood is weak aud watery. This is  thc root of the trouble.  Debility is a loss of vitality, not affecting any one part of the body, but  the system generally. The blood goes  to every part of the body and the use  of a blood tonic like Dr. Williams' "Black Watch'"���������The Eest Black  Fink Fills quickly tones up the whole p**Ug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  system.     The.   first   sign  of  returning      _   health    is  a better     appetite,  an  im- .        ... ,  I here is nothing on earth that can  get so badly stuck on itself as a sheet  of post.age .stamps.  appetite, an ltn-  style itself a republic and not an cm-j proved, digestion, a quicker step and  pirc, there is lacking any real evidence   better color in the cheeks.    The rich,  r 1  P-������41 x x X .  .  '1*1.  ,.-���������..!./-. 11 +  parallel in tlie history of the world,  imposes on the allies the necessity of  keeping a close eye on Germany- in  the years to come to ensure that she  lives up to the terms of-'lhe peace  treaty   she"* has   now   signed.  red blood,  reselling  every  organ  and  muscle, carries new health and vigor.  The nerves arc quieted, sleep becomes  more   refreshing,  and  with  persistent  treatment and a good diet thc patient  is   once   more   enabled  io   enjov   life.  The case of  Mr.  VV. Doxtatcr, R.  R.  No. 4, Tilsonburg, Ont., illustrates the  groat    value    of Dr.  Williams'     t'ink  Fills in cases of this kind.    Mr. Dox-  tater says: "I was troubled with pains  throughout my  whole body, was  extremely     nervous,  did    not  sleep     at  night, and was further afflicted    with  rheumatism.       In     spite    of different  treatment this condition persisted, indeed  I  was  growing  worse,  and  had  fallen away in  weight  to 130 pounds  and was scarcely able to do any work.  Then     I began taking    Dr. Williams'  , Pink     Fills',  and  after    a   few   weeks  there   was  a  noticeable,  improvement  in my  condition.    I  continued  taking  the   pills,   constantly   gaining   until   I  felt as well as ever I did.    While taking the pills my  weight increased  to  170 pounds, and 1 can now do as good  a  day's work as anyone.    My advice  if you arc not feeling well  is to  take  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and they will  soon put you right.'*'  At the first sign that the blood is  out of order take Dr. Williams' Fink  Fills, and note the speedy improvement they make in the appetite,  health and spirits. You can get -these  pills through any medicine dealer or  bv maii ai 50 cents a bo.*-, or six boxes  for $2..*50 from Thc Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Out.  In'terr ible rash on face which made  Skin sore and inflamed. Irritated  face by scratching and was disfigured.  (Could not sleep well and tnad&^feel  unpleasant. Trouble lasted 3 months  before used Cuticura and after -using  2 cakes of Soap and 1 box of Ointment was completely healed.  From sig-ned statement of Miss  GladyaNeabcl.R.R.S.Brusaels.O-at.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum   promote  and maintain  skin  purity, skin comfort and akin health g  often when all else fails. |  Par froo sample eacb of Cut*e*ac* Soap, Oi������&- B  insai aai Talcuja address tgpat-carti: "SeairsaJw, m  1 JStrnt. A, iMtin, tr. B. A."   Bold e-roxyirhsro.        |  Minard's Liniment Co.,   Limited.  Gents,���������I cured a valuable hunting  dog of mange with MINARD'S LINIMENT after several veterinaries had  treated him without doing him any-  permanent  good.  Yours, etc.,  WILFRID  CAC.NE.  Prop,   of   Grand   Central   Hotel,  Drummondville,  Aug.   3,  "CM.  -a  Swiftest Dog in the World  The swiftest dog in the world, ths  borzoi, or Russian wolfhound, has  made record runs that show 75 feet  in a second, while, the gazelle has  shown measured speed of more than  eighty feet a second, .which would  igive it a speed of 4,800 feet ir. a n-.us-  iii'te if the pace could be kept up.  !  Twenty-three thousand screws are  used in the making of an ordinary airplane, and seven hundred pieces of  wood in a single wing.  Camouflaged Krupps  London.���������The Krupp works at Munich have been sold to Americans,  according to dispatches from Munich  quoting newspapers there. It is added several industrial concerns in the  Bavarian capital have also passed into  U.S. hands.  iminilhi* i  till-      ������������������'.'���������  IrPfli!.        I  > '  V: j 1 : O ��������� .     -. 1  siqv. ���������������������������'..  '"( :**���������   .'.i.i  a*  ho'ii-*  iV   :'���������  i*.   i-   pruhabiy   the     most.  t('i!i.i~sii>n  of  (iei-"a'i.    ami:  -I i' e  iliC  ��������� i       li.e  ���������,. i ���������*. i '..    t i I  111 < i ** t  hi>ti  had  alij.ect  y ���������������:���������<*a:  ir}. ever  to   .-ign.  41   i   I  .  I  o\  l.  11'. '���������  .". ' 1 ' ���������  , i': l ������������������  upatit'tt  ���������irtiiic**.  j'  mo  i) 1.  I YES! MAGICALLY!  !    CORNS LIFT OUT   I  j WITH FINGERSj  m..0..0...���������x..r....^................... 1.r..,.., -, ft- D.ii.<m.Q.-.  Yuti simply say to. the drug store  man, *'(."iive nie ., quarter of au ounce  of freezone." This will cost very little  but is sufficient to remove every hard  or so't  corn  from  one's feet.  A few drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender,  aching corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon thc entire  i'i'ii.'ii, root and all, dries up aud can  i.-* lifted icii with  thc lingers.  This   new   way   to   rid  one's   feet   hi  - mi:-.-  was introduced by a Cincinnati  .ii.ui, who says thai, while freezone is  -i.M'ky. i; dries in a moment, aud sim-  ' ]<)-.   shrivels   up   the   corn   without  in-  Itla.mng or even irritating the Mirroun-  ; ding  i'-j- -.ue  or   skin.  Don't let father die of iiifcetion or  lockjaw irom "whittling at his corns,  h '���������'   ''**!' i his out and make him try it.  Saskatchewan Beef for Italy  *u',.ii.i. S.i'-k.     Gordon,  Ironsides   "v  ���������-  11..-. i-.   'lii-'p-'d  17 cars of Snskat  an     i-.'.-f,     valued    ,'. I.    $170,000,    di  io   h.ily.     'I en cars  from   Regina,  1 ' ���������'.     VI - ���������! ��������� ,-*   I ;i'.-,'  a 11rl   ion r  I roin  f | Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Diphtheria.  Plans Trains Of Air Cars  Hard and soft corns both yield to  ilolloway's Corn Cure, which is entirely safe to use, and certain and satisfactory   in   its   action.  Hamburg Retaken  London.���������llumbiug, which has been  in the hands of Spartacans and Communists for a week, has been occupied by the government troops under  Gen. Von Lcttow Vorbeck. The F.x-  changc Telegraph company dispatch  from Copenhagen reporting the occupation says there was no fighting.  Worms iu children work havoc  These pests attack the tender lining  of the intestines and, if left to pursue  their ravages undisturbed, will ultimately perforate the wall, because  these worms are of the hook variety  that cling to aud feed upon interior  surfaces. Miller's Worm Powders  will not only exterminate these  worms, of "whatever variety, but will  serve to repair the injury thcy hav������  done.  Some women are not as bad as they  arc   painted.  Why isn't prohibition a beer check?  X) o sot "*iW������*g  another oayvrtt***-  ItchJnjr,*Blee������l-  iisg, or Proteu'i.p  ing Piles. No  ��������� \ireical operation required.  Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve you at ouca  and as certainly euro you. KOc. a box: all  dealers, or ICdmunaoii, Bates & do., Limited,  '.Toronto. Sample box ires if you mention thu  paper and enclose 2o. -stamp to pay postage.  h i-  |-fy������viuja*1!^WhiJ^^  A HealtH-Brin&er!  The  First Step Toward the  Creation  of an Aerial Train  The keenest interest has been  aroused in various circles in London  by a report from the Hague that 11 err  Fokker, the Dutch inventor of thc  German battleplane, and proprietor of  thc works that manufactured it, proposes having himself seated iu one  airplane, and towed by another plane.  This is the first sten toward thc creation of an aerial train, the idea being  an'aerial locomotive with a chain of  cars, similar to a modern railway  train.  Ilcrr l-'okker has a specially constructed monoplane without motor  ready for the e\peiiment, but has  great difficulty in getting au airman  to lead the airplane. A Hying train  of air cars, some for baggage and  some for passengers, is said to bc the  dream of this  Dutch inventor.  Like a Grip at the Throat. I'or a  disease that is not classed as fatal  there is probably none which causes  more terrible sull'eriiig thau asthma.  Sleep is impossible, tiie Milleri'i becomes exhausted, and finally, though  the attack passe*,, is left in unceasing  dread of its return, l.)r. J. I). Kcllogg's Asthma .<ouu*dy is a wonderful curative agent. It immediately  relieves the restricted air passages, as  thui is a nds can tt-.-pliiy. It i:; :.old by  dealers <��������� verv\\ here.  When your head aches, it is usually  caused by your liver or stomach getting  out of order. These "sick headaches"  quickly disappear as soon as the stomach  is relieved of its bilious contents. Right  your stomach and regulate and tone  the liver, with beecham's Pills, which  rapidly improve conditions and promptly  ������3dl3cSi@  y _  Directions of Special Value to Women Mra -with Every Box.  Prep-trod only l.y TUointk* D������������clikk>i. St. Ilelaut, L-tucatlnr*, England.  Said -ymryvrUmtm in Canad-t and U.S. AiMvrica.   In box*-, 25 cants.  ���������^=ss>  Make your morning cereal di^h a si rendthener.  xjr���������miet  7m.Tm*4^*^"m%'l*m-  mmwm       f4Sm~f mm TH**,        Wv% W-9\  a*    mm ~*r-- wt   m  '"^sjB~m v-sxjmvm.m**'  Stmt*   -)g|    g-jj  IK)      's***1illl  vTts_*mmm^0e  Jm\  is not oniy most  deli-*  clous  in taste* fou't is  1/   ������    ,   ^    4     ' ���������.-.        --       -  V-4, ������  ������ t I rA ..~���������  X 0   L   A   A   t V-nt p -.  7x~tl 4X  At t went v one a man knows every-  lli'mjv; al lil'iy h'- wishes lie knew  -.i-in\ -��������� i hint-;  Minard's   Liniment. Cuich  Colds,   ICtc.  i ��������� .  \ .'lie..-   Limit  for   Wives  ���������      M .H : i.iv.e ai-ein i. ;, in   lni������an are now  Ir.nnli-il    Wi    t wenl v  live       "jesas    IC.e    oil  e.iiii    ii,.i|.ii    111;������11 -~.      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Sold  in. convenient ai-n-n.  mnerkil  K,\ir������k:i Hunu'SH Oiler    U  "���������^Lii'sML'--: 'ifo'~M-'*.i%m������Jzii:r*    ZSSl  cany, nuicL  SlionlJ [ir. iu  Imperial  Mica Axlo Greaoo  -prevriit������������ npuiulct wc+ldih,  thin ana hubs ttcttlnf Ioosr.  The p^wdciea mica and  Kica-m coatt both Hfilndle  and hnl������ lininjc; with a cover-  iuk ot -i~i 1'c.;.luhi'icuttoi: that  nll> alt pore* and ninooth* all  rouijli placea. Maken toadt*  ra-iier t6 haul, reduces atratn  on  hui i������i-i*������  and   lioiuca.  - n.ak������������  oiling-   cany, quick  nd tho. oui  ovttty liarn.  * "���������.  ,^|,  ; ii '.  .n.il  I I 4. i  ;���������!)  IM' ||*. ���������������    .  I .     HUM  of   thr;  i*   r i i hi -  p"^.p'*^^'''fr--'-^'*iff^^   mmimT^^  r//;������������������vv^v,   jj K-t-ti.Mfn  u.  i .���������.-1  ���������*��������� Mai*"  I 'Jt',' -; fitt''|i"i'*nLiPw-in  |/j;/ ���������\m.mmm-m<.m  ml... :��������� ��������� ~~u$mimmm-~im*mU  "'���������i-*ap* BFBP>*w<^^l>>>>rB>>4**^*i^*9lB>>>*lBVrB** I  H���������'Wl ^I'Kajjj^-yg |iW,am*tj|i,'^i,  "WlrlWiWIlM^I^BllW-iff-^  J^.|^,l������l..^.^.nr,^fW^ritlf^B^)rt|mftM|W<[t.^|.|w'tJt(|  -WlV-M-M  ^^*WWi-*Wi*-*I|  ''"***��������� ���������*l*i*!3  .ftSMSSI  ���������^~^y,  'Xryu    -m_     -T    0-;* .0 -m. Ummm.  , **" ..fl).,   0%v~H   Wfr*.. Ml   IV*.***     *l*.tH,mmmt. <.-*^H|    I ,i.<t, J*'  *���������*���������**��������� \*m 0~m-j4~**0 \w  tmxyminmiryt iw^'0-t^0***.'',  tuv&iamamm&tj^m^i^tot%  SSBBoBSESBaMuCZiH  llAWttUtiW mrm  mmm.\i~am  '���������Lr'LJ''.  rtZCJ  fT^&j U*-  Jt-J S.Xil  ���������0*Xp-1TT"ir!'T^7  x.\xu v .n. jt-j ������ t  y~ ji l-.xj. .' _i-vr-i.** .  Jf_l������.  f pi  -rtg^--3>-\m������%-           AH   '"UOUU ������f    *tf������  y ^y**^-g<8if*������    "g  B>^t4Pp*������ o^  M f *���������?-  Ottawa.���������-The government has dc-]  elded that it cannot recede from the  policy it has so far pursued in the  "matter of iocked-out postal workers  in Winnipeg. A delegation of members of the Amalgamated Postal  Workers took a train back- to the  West, having failed in an attempt to  pursuade the government to reconsider its policy of making permanent  appointments of postal employees  ���������who acted as strike breakers when  the regular postal employees came  out in a sympathetic strike on May  15.  The delegation \v~as composed of C.}  Silvertz, president of thc Amalgamated Postal Workers, Victoria; L. Pickup,  Winnipeg;  J.  V.  Johnston,  Winnipeg, and A. Venables, Calgary.  "We came at the request of the  strikers," said Mr. Silvertz, "with a  view to securing a modification of the  position the government has taken on  this question. We could not ask for  less than reinstatemet for the employees locked out.  "In an interview with Sir Robert  Borden, the premier said the question  resolved itself into three points:  "1. Reinstatement  as  requested.  "2. To modify its attitude and reinstate some .of the men; or,  "3. Adhere rigidly to the terms of  the ultimatum issued by Hon.* Mr.  Melghen,  "We went before the cabinet for  its reply, and it does not see its way  clear to recede from the position it  has already taken. We have failed in  our  object."  W.0   .       1"      I        0ClAH.it at    in    i         a vuu itk-vic 111 in-aij  r* net en  _    I  error in  \*l/������r  ussia  Sl&in  B*"  jrrotcsto at Price of x*ood of Serious  Nature  .. en and Children  Are  the Bolshevik  New York.-���������A graphic story of a  reign of terror in Bolshevik Russia  is recited by John A. Kmbury, United  ] States consul at Omsk, the .seat of the  j Kolchak government, who has arrived  here on a leave-of absence. Mr. Em-  bry declared no language could ������<le-j  j quately picture the scenes of murder,  XTmXLXIV- j    4J..M.4.4J trxx.x-x.xx. xr-��������� .,  v. ....... ^ V . . . 1   x, -   X. -r .   ,  :**orli, Italy.���������After a great meeting j violation  of women,  arson   and  theft  re, in which a vast crowd protested'which he had seen personally or had  described to him by credible eye-wit  ncsses.  Mr. Emory backed his story, particularly that of the ravage of the  city of Ufa, by photographs, many  of which, he declared he had taken  himself, and    which    record appalling  I-  her  against  the   high   cost  of  living,   the  [people, excited by inflammatory speeches, attacked, sacked and destroyed  many shops which refused to sell  commodities at lower prices. Soon  the fury of the mob made no distinction and had no limits'.    All the prin-  [*cipal shops were plundered and the', instances of wholesale butchery of  mobs controlled the entire city. They I women and children,  took possession of lorries and trans-J Mr. Kmbry said he had visited Ufa  ported all kinds of goods and food 1 immediately after the Bolshevik with-  supplies from the pillaged shops to the j drew before Kolchak's* forces. He  chamber of labor.  On the walls of the chamber they  wrote: "These goods, are al the disposal of the people."  r\'l)4.     citnnlinn      orrr������..-     pp-j-vp-c  .        ~.. -v...v..       t^.4,.4 p*p^i3  the day,  assuming     a   ������������������  _*1  ^-*-*?**%^*������**&,it<"i,  reace iwer toai  I   j/iftttJldT  - Lvudvd  -O  !  I  ���������ueaSiwiI-pvpia  Smoky River Leases Were Subject of  Investigation By Senate  Committee  Ottawa.���������As a result of the investigation by the select committee of the  senate appointed several days ago to  enquire   into   the   question   of   certain  i'aris.��������� i'rf.niitT v.-iriiieiiy-ran, i- or-  eign Minister Balfour. Secretary "f  State I.ansing: Fore'irn Minister Pichon, Bart"*.!! Makino and Viscount  Chinda of Japan, and Foreign Minister  TitWni  of  Italy,  decided  to   con*-  Istittite a new council of five. This  council of five will have as its members Foreign Minister Balfour, Secretary Lansing, M. Pichon, Foreign  Minister    Tittoni and  Baro    Makino,  ihead of the Japanese delegation. The  valuable   coal     leases   in   the   Smokv i council   will   temporarily   assume   <���������'-  River  district  of  the  Alberta     Peace ������������ction of peace conference affairs. A  river,   some   200  miles   north . of   Ed  monton, leases have been cancelled by {  orders of Hon. Arthur Meighen, minister     of  the  interior.      As  a  conse-  learned   from   survivors*  of   Bolshevik j "*n-leiu'e   the  application   for  the   right  occupation,  he  said,  that     the     Bol-lto buil*J *l railway to be known as the  shevik  soldiers had  looted  the  entire  i  ��������� cit}'  and  then  organized  a     "govern-  U pi 1. Ill =L   i .  p .������,-������  . p..,  consisting oi connniitecs.  One ' *  was  revolutionary j of. these., committers,     he  said,  haracter,  and  the  mob continued  to i called  the    extraordinary    committee.  loot and destroy all kinds of propert}-.  The food riots here, however, differ  fundamentally from those at Spezia  early in Jnne. At Spezia tbe rioters  looted for their own advantage, while  at Forli most of the wheat taken from  on executions.  This  committee,  he  declared,     had  all  members  of  the   city  government  council of ten will  not be constituted  at the present.  Foreign   Minister  Tittoni   made     it  jclear at the meeting that Italy desires  that all  territory taken  from Austria  I be  definitely disposed of in  the A.us-  Athabasca,   Grande   Prairie  and   Ver~-|trian   treaty.     This   imintdiateTy  pro-  milion railwav will go no further than |iccts .in'to  tne   ���������foreground  thc  Fiurue  '.ie     T,~������*m���������l     rlr.r-0 ���������  OU*** StlOT������,        Whifh  could be avoided.  While  thc council  received the  ad-  question  is probably    the    richest in'  Canada, and  that     if    developed and J  rounded  up.     and     ordered virtually! connected with the main lines to the  all  of  them  shot.    The head of     the.|sovltn -** wouid be able to s,-l*'l-'<>" thr'  'committee, he  said,     had    personally j whole 01 the west with a coal almost  Kal'R'i'ltCpt-l   m������*X&-Qr.A&  P������������������A   ���������tr-mri-tr  ���������vCigtuu-i jx-fe-auui-cd 1 -cave ii-c������ij  the shops was transferred to the "care ' executed   the  president  of  the  conn- j c<lua* in  quality  to  the   Fennsylvania  of the municipality or the chamber of  labor to be distributed to the people  or sold at low prices.  The value of the goods stored by  thc municipality was estimated at  8,000,000 lire. The owners of those  shops which escaped sacking brought  their keys to the municipality, which  is composed of socialists and rcpr.bli-  cil, who  was brought  before  him   on  a stretcher.  A few days after his arival in  Ufa, Mr. Embry said he followed a  crowd of residents into a nearby  wood, where they came upon scores  of bodies of women and children,  disclosed by the melting snow, who  had been  driven into  thc woods  and  cans, and they ordered that the, shops j brutally slain.    He exhibited a photo-  be reopened and the -goods  sold for] graph   showing  twenty  of  these vic-  Fatriotic    Demonstration   in   Parliament in Course  of Proceedings  Brussels.���������The       Belgian      foreign  minister introduced bills in the chamber ratifying the treaty with Germany] Cities  and  the  agreements  connected    with  the treaty. The president of the chain-  half price under the supervision of  representatives of the demonstrating  masses.  Despite     this     apparent  return   to  order in the    riotous    'moment,     the  tirns, thc bodies of many mangled almost past recognition. About 200  bodies were found in the woods, he  said. Pupils at the Ufa high school,  hc said, had been lined up and qucs-  as to their sympathies, and  struction of shop fittings and comi.no-} all    who    did not    profess  sympathy  *-..      :._      , ,p 1        I.-. p  luiMoi-a cut  cupji ntutia  owing   to   uic  uc- j uoneci  anthracite.  Hoover Resigns As  ber read a letter from King Albert  congratulating the chamber and the  country on the victory achieved after  the horrors of war and exhorting the  country to be united in the efforts  necessary to thc work of restoration  and reorganization. The. reading of  the letter was greeted with a great  patriotic demonstration.  The. senate passed bills providing  for due expression of the nation's  homage to those killed in battle or  executed during the war.  which    could    not    be    easily  ! transported, such as  gasoline,    which  was burned in great quantities.  No Abatement in Forest Fires  Hailcybury, Ont.���������Two more settlers in the bush country west of thc  town are reported to have lost their  farm buildings in the Sharp Lake fire,  which is still raging. The victims are.  named Olsen aud rernholm. Ottier  properties are in grave danger as the  ���������flames are spr-ading before a rising  wind.  Some slight showers of rain are reported lo havc fallen in different parts  of the country, but the effect on the  fires havc been negligible. At Frederick House the. plant of the Beaver  Board company is menaced, but is  utill  standing.  Winnipeg Strike Solved Nothing  Winnipeg.���������The  ,  Western      Labor  News says:  "After nearly iiin-��������� we el.-* of r.tril.e  and strife tlie metal shop workers  went hack to work. That is, the strike  ss off, though sonic moi are in.������l 1 ���������������'���������-  instated and some others refuse to 150  back on the conditions offered.  "The big three employers are still  opposed to collective bargaining, as  understood by trades unions, Thry  rrfu.-'c to deal with the L.i."i..���������..,..  .ig.-nts of the union*,. Some of the  -.mailer funis do rec.t.yiii/r- the unions  Ji,   the  true   f.rnr.o."  Saskatoon. -At thr h'.mpire theatre  in Saskatoon ami the Regina theatre,  ���������'.-gina,  ii'if the   fair  week?;  thcr.-*.  v.ill  the f.iiHou-'. "���������'aiit'.gi'!. vaiidc-.'lie.  whow.v These will comprise some 20  or M) ..d the premiere vaudeville a .'tis, s of the day, ofiVring, in conjiui-'-  lion   with   uio-vie:*,   ~  Polish Claims To Successes  Ukranian Front Pierced and Bolshevik Forces  Repulsed Everywhere    Paris.���������The. Polish- forces havc  started a counter-offensive along the.  whole Galician-Volhynian front, according to advices from Warsaw.  Thc Poles claim that they have  everywhere broken through the Ukrainian forces', and that the Lem-  berg-HaliczStanislaus railway line is  again in Polish hands. The enemy  suffered severe casualties, 3,000 prisoners, 30 machine guns and huge  stores being captured.  It seems that the Ukrainians were  everywhere taken by surprise aud  gave way at all points. The Poles  occupied Brody, Pluchow, Poinor-  zany and Brzezauy. taking 1,000 additional    prisoners and    much  booty.  for the Bolshcviki were shot or put to  work or the most degrading character.  At Ossa, a city of about 30,000,  Mr. Embry declared 2,000 bodies were  found on the outskirts when the  snow- melted. He displa3-ed photographs of some of these victims  taken by Col. Teusler of the American  Red Cross.  I:..,...    v.~,~.  .��������� !  -.'-.���������--. J;i4j.:, .P-..._>.        ������t- .4^,1 -..--.  o l������P^ p,.  Officials of^ the geological survey-  branch havc testified before the sen-  ate  committee   that   the  coal  area  jn   in5^io������  f������������������  Si-giior Titloni that  the  !i������c- ;������!nc"v Italian delegate* will be more  considerate than the old, it was a dis-  ;tinct disappointment when Tittoni expressed It?K'-f desire to have all the  territory taken fiom Austria tl'-tsnitTly  allotted is. the Ausiri.-n treaty, as this  foreshadows  a lengthy  discussion.  The council decided to apnomt  iin-  1        ..  1 mediateiy 2 committee to execute' fhe  'Austrian treaty, also ;*. committee for  _ ���������      . the execution of reparations, and still  1*0021  L0tttr0Ji:������.( ia tr*1-"*-* ***"* cutiir.e the Bulgarian froi:-    '       itier, .  The   council   will   hear   the   rti'iisii*-  ing  delegates  and  M-  Makiahcff,  the  Russian ambassador at Pari?, on the  Rumanian     boundary,  and   especially  the disposition of Ecesarabia, a large  part ot v.hich Rumania claims, and is  at       present      administering.       much  against   the  Russian   commission      in  [Paris.    The  Russians  insist  that   JRu-  'mama seize, "..us territory iinci'i   isic  guise of a specially created local government,   which     immediately   -.eased  to   exist  after   the   Rumanians   g;:ined  control.  Will Remain as  Director  of  Newiy-  Organized Grain Corporation  New York.���������The resignation of  Herbert Hoover as chairman of the  board of directors of the food administration grain corporation and reorganization of the corporation under  the name "United States Grain Corporation'" was announced at the animal meeting of stockholders here.  Hoover's piace as chairman will be]  filled by Julius Barnes, wheat director, who also is president of the corporation. It was said Mr. Hoover  would coniinue'as a director, but that  his resignation of the chairmanship  marked the first step toward his retirement from public life.  Pensions Bill Is  Up For Discission  New   Measure   Considered    Satisfactory By Major Williams, M.P.  Vancouver.���������"A new pensions' bill  will be brought in parliament this session. It will not please everyone. It  'docs not meet entirely with my approval, but 1 want to tell you that it  undoubtedly meets the most general  provisions of any pensions' bill in the.  world," said Major George B. Andrews, M.P. for Centre Winnipeg,  speaking   as   a   delegate   at   lhe   G.W.  Help In Time Of Trouble  Britain and States to Act in Concert  in. Aiding France  Paris.���������The Franco-British ami  Franco-American treaty, the Journal  says, provide that the intervention of  Great Britain and the. United States  on behalf of France against Germany  shall be inter-dependent. Great Britain atid the United States, it is advised, will only help France by combined action and not separately. The  paper declares that their intervention  must occur if the disarmament 01 the  Rhine territory is uot r.unicienl to  protect France from German aggression.  The agreements between France  and the United States, and France and  Great Britain, for the defence of  France against attack by Germany, it  is understood, will not become valid  as far as Great Britain is concerned  until the Franco-United States convention is ratified by the Uniie������*  States  senate.  Belgium has named its two ;i*.fm*  bers of the commission which will revise the treaty of 183������, and the peart  conference has requested Holland to'  name its members so that a in--riii*g  can be  held  soon in   Pari*-.  The  Lemberg message says that    thc j y-'A"'"coi,v"ent.o���������*. '"'  Poles   have   pierced     thc      Ukrainian!    '.,-,',       .   .     ,���������    '  ,     ,  . .       ���������   , .- ���������'      ' '���������'-  statement made  lront at several points. Crowds of  Ukrainian prisoners are arriving at  I.einberg and the population of the  evacuated regions are returning.  Bolshevik forces began an attack on  the Polish front, but were everywhere  repulsed.  Cossacks Break Throuch  Kkal.erinodar.~-The Don Cossacks  have occupied Millerovo and broken  the Bolsheviki front north nl Millerovo. In their successful advance the  Kuban Cossacks put lo route four infantry and iwo cavalry regiment.**, of  the Bolsheviki forces. West of Ekat-  rrinodar, the Bolsheviki have heen de-  icateil 011 the Ker.tch peninsula on the  eastern   end  ol   the  Crimea.  Toronto Strike Figures  i oi'onio.*��������� J here are now 'Jj.000  workers 011 strike in Toronto, according to figures furnished by the various  ti.ulrs allected. Thev are- Metal  trades, /.uOO; street railwayinni, '',200;  ���������������������������.rni-'i'.i  worker.-., 1 ,{*()().  by Major Andrews followed the presentation by  the resolutions committee of a long  resolution comprising no fewer than  17 sections, in which the desires of the  veterans as set out In a large, number  of resolutions from various branches  ha<l been incorporated, aud which it  w:*s hoped that thc Dominion . i-iivcr.-  (tion   would   endorse.  Builders Are Back  Winnipeg.���������Members of thirteen  building trades unions, who have been  on strike for the past nine weeks,  have rehired to work.  With the reopening of work contractors began to rush plans for construction that was in prospect this  spring, and whose abandonment, has  not been forced by the shortness of  the remaining building season.  A Huge Contract  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  that should be a welcome added at-  irai'iiiin '������.- the ..ir-'.i,lv strong J-.ii  ct.r^eii.ii ������.  Getting Rid of a Few  Cli:ir]r;.ton,    S.C.- -A     train load    of  two-houi    slidi. itiriiiiaiis,   formerly   interned   -ni      *'ort  Oglethorpe.   embarked   <m   the   li'm*-  port   Princess Mat oik.1   for  Ha\ t--n!..tii  ������      Lord   J-Jaleifth   Dead  William St rut I) has passed nw;iy. He  was known as the "peer shopkeeper,"  having eiuiblishi-.d ii chain of milk  id 1 ops in London which weir supplied  from hifi own farm. We v,a������; bom in  i ������vi X .  Reconstruction  Is  Started  By a  Big  Outlay in France  Paris.���������A vast reconstruction program lor the whole of France at an  estimated cost of 40,000,000,000 francs  was announced in the chamber of deputies by M. Bedouee, budget reporter, during the debate on public  works. The plan includes reconstruction  of railroads, some  of which  will  he   electrified,   and   large   project.-   f.-.r j "*rn*  *���������������������������'  "-"idiuc  M-Mini-nn  building    canals and  improving    liar- | Mountain    forest   lorrws  Seats May Be Reserved By Mail  Regina. ��������� Seats may be n*���������*.< r\ t d ior  parties hy mail at '.h< l'.ii*t.;ges  tl'eat res in both Saskatoon and Regina for the big fair wek attraction.  The program has Iii-i-n specially selected to suit the times, and will he  found to comprise some of ilu* very  best vaudevilliaus -A the -lay. It is  suggested that you drop ;*. Hue to "b-  manager of either of these tht-.ures  stating your wishes, and you can v������ ly  0,1  prompt  and   court eon������   attMitioi'.  Open to Returned Soldiers  Winnipeg.���������Accoi diiiK to S. Larkm,  of the Winnipeg L.o'd Sc it!',i*r m  hoard, the Dominion govrriinii* nt is  preparing   to   open   for   soldier   setth-  it*il  'I'r.rilf  in   \'.-itb-  boi s.  "New Vork. A contract for lcbnihl-  ing of the war rava'ged Nancy district of France has been awarded to  the Vulcan Steel Products company  of New York, at an estini.i l<-d tiguir  of .$250,000,000, it is learned in financial  circles  here.  *������������������   Mat-Mob;.,.  Senate Refused to Change Vcte  *���������' n .: -  of  Si i  .1, .  Revolt Stalko in Berlin  Berlin.- -The communistic leave 11  has at/aiu arrived at do f/*.-m.'.������.'.o.-  stage in Greater Berlin, and thnr  were indication:. th.ii. iiir .viil!o  movement may develop into a j.oliii-  cal insui 1 r-ctiou. The 1  boldiic.*-..' w il li w liich tiie  Soci'.ili* 1 ������������������ :'iid ' I. r "���������  he mc|i in ������������������ 11      ,. 1 /      I 'h: -. :!';,  shows   tlu v   1* < 1   tuoi'    -  Ottawa.- Th,  down '.!:<" 1110: ii in ..'"  Ct-t\. v'-'v"i'nrr.i ti". ]��������� .  not ii'sio ,->n ilii-ir ;oi,i ndiii'iil  proliibi-ioii bill. lo ;i ::<;,jo  ������< \ -ll,   the   \,,\c   s:.,i,,|i,iK   3(1   .������  *.i'd  i ...-I'h.  1 r:, d���������  <���������:> the  ii v     i \  Manslaughter   Coroner's   Verdict  1 .-..p.1,  I ' 1   w ;, ^  ;.t   Y.\li.  rea.lv  -  Mt tii-d bv  a is ..i *.-.*-:   ti  !;;!���������-. ���������]   fi,  .ilidoi        .ITldjlion    \'. Itil    W.r    ij;ii-l)'  iru.rpr-iul'-'r.f  ge;.i,  1'   ' 1  ������l n ring  ii.-.!  :- I  if  nov  >  .-1 -  14   I'     . ���������   0  ��������� r x .  ��������� Tf-r  .    ' ���������*���������.  I"  R'-j'^.ii^irttiiiJi'faif/  lm\W~Wk  trmtmmmmywimmVTW r~w  .���������t,.0k0M0���������,~lr~X,X���������.���������X0.���������.-���������I  1.1 1. m  ��������� ~-..��������� .l.i...-~.^ -  ..--   ...    ...... ��������� ...      ..W^U*4v4������4U, 4 , tr. I, 4.  iX I. *7H~X~.r,l,l ...1^.444.4^^4.^^.   ,������i.i   ..ti.4M.rt.l4 ' iWlini X.h. n. II  4 1 r.i. 4.   ., tt  ...^..4.-������M 4T,   4*     J������4m..  ".**"*S-*t"J-'-'**T'*-^^  17^00100.^.0-.    4.  ������*,     ������>������4,>rt    V^4f^4^^f*^*r*l4V-^44f0^|W^^WtW V  THE  CHESTOB BBfrEEW  na  Xiie woman who taKes a  pride in baking and is watchful of the family health is  never won away fr  11  ^@wder  Made from Cream of Tartar  derived from Grapes  Contains No Alum���������  Leaves No Bitter Taste  Local and Personal  -0.7r.r-r.  -���������������-���������--*���������---.������*-. y*  *?/i!! be rushed to ooKdMletion so as to!  be available when school re-opens on  September 2nd.  R. Ia. T. Galbriath of Fort Steele,  Indian agent for the Kootenay, was  here the latter part of the week, in  conference with the Stockbreeders'  Association re haying operations on  the flats tbis season.  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bennett were  week-end visitors with friends at  Cranbrook. The** fox-mer returned on  Monday, but Mrs. Bennett is remaining for a few days���������getting home yes-  ierday, accompanied by Miss Dobbin.  X St" Svrx.V rrSx     t-txrx    r.Z..r,.x r.    J������..n,    rx     rx rx xn. *> r. * t- ~r  JTXl.AIJXMX4LAf������,XX    XIAIV^   VJiTLtLLO   LXIIZVY   Ol   LitXl ^JtXLrt *JJ  house on Tuesday night, the dance  which Chorlton's orchestaa put on at  the Auditorium to follow the show  was very slirnly attended, only about  twenty couples making their appearance.  A special Peace Thanksgiving service will be held in the Presbyterian  church nest Sunday eyening at the  usual hour of worship. The subject of  address will be ''Darkness and Dawn.'  Come, and render thanks unto God for  ..11      XV... X      X3-,     tx.xr.     JS~~rx     Cr-X,    ...  B. C. Hunt of Nelson, assistant provincial horticulturist, was here on an  official visit the latter part of the  week. If the weather is favorable to  giving the fruit normal size he locks  for an apple crop probably 25 per  cent, in excess of last  year.  R. C. Hodsdon of Nelson, assistant  to Engineer Biker, -spent a few days  here last week, busy chiefly investigating water right holdings on Lizard  Creek, from which stream some new  applications are being received to  take water for irrigation purposes.  JL sVUS/tS  a ������-'������- SxO  -Xjrgj/V-r  m iziood Fl*  A~P. Standard Oats  Fruit Wraps  Five Roses Flour  _    ir/ll'*i*1^3S!"  0~-m\jytr-'~'-.  a. e ~4~4~4gr    -   -  '/T-ghgl-SOm*  tVS'mr'eer���������s'^tSd'Gjr  Owing to lack of warehouse room Hay  will not be stocked until the end of the  apple shipping season.  L.EEviS'TbD  almost ni  W. K. Brown, Creston.  Lionel Moore is spending a few  weeks of the summer yacation with  relatives at Kaslo.  Pigs For sale���������Ten of them, from  six to eight weeks old. Enquire vVhite  "Lunch restaurant, Creston.  Canaries���������Two canary birds for  sale. JB3 and $5, beautifully plumaged.  Mrs. Kennedy,Victoria Ave., Creston.  Arthur French, who is now located  at Loon, Lake, Wash., spent a few  days with friends in Creston this  week.  Geo. Mead of the Imperial Bank  staff, Natal, was here for the week-  eno wiirirj nis mo*Dne������-������ ac tne ureston  Hotel.  W.   C.   Allan, manager of the Cres  ton branch of the Imperial Bank, was  a week-end   visitor    with   friends   at  Fernie.  Miss Bessie Hurry, who has been  teaching at Caithness, in East Kootenay, the past term, arriyed on Friday  to spend the vacation with Creston  friends.  Mis. Henderson, who has spent the  past six weeks with friends at Vancouver and coa.st points, returned  home on Saturday.  Miss Amy Ebbutt of the Nelson hospital nursing staff spent a few days  with  her  mother. Mrs. P. G. Ebbutt,  t.ht* latt���������.������������������*��������� p:\rt of the week.  Crowded Out���������Owin**-; to shortage  of space the list of contributois to the j    r.  ^ T ���������r,     ������.���������������-.��������������������������� t   i    ",   j  _,t.     ,.. ..,.,. ,,       H. G. LaBrash of   Mirror   Lake and  *Snmi*������r>K      Itlpmnfiul     H'l-inn    ib    nvnTVi-ien :  L. H. Kawleys of Nakusp   were   here  the early part of   the   week,   looking  Soldiers' Memorial Fund is crowded  out of this issue. It will appear next  week.  Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bnndy of Wardner are here for a few weeks' yacation with the lattei-'s parents. Mr. and  Mrs. Dow, making the trip here in  their Chevrolet car.  Col. Lister and wife and .Sergt. and  Mrs. Coop, were at Cranbrook for the  week-end arriving in time to see the  tail-end of the big peace celebration  in the divisional city.  Miss Bertha Kurrv, who has had  charge of the school at Rock Creek  the past term, is spending a short holiday with friends in Creston, guest of  Miss Effie Arrowsmith.  The water is pretty well all off this  end of the flats, and as fast as fences  can be put up the area will he available for pasture to those who have secured the necessary permit.  For Sale���������Horse, weight between  900 and 1000, suitable for driving or  light ranch work. Also buggy, cutter  and light harness. $200 takes everything. J. H. Cameron, Box 718, Cranbrook, B.C.  At the inaugural meeting of the  school board last week F. H. Jackson  was re-elected chairman for the ensuing term, and Jus. Cherrington reappointed secretary-treasurer for another term.  This is the last day for receiving tenders for the one-room high school the  i trustees are  to  erect at Crest-on.    It  over the Creston-Goatfell road with a  view to tendering of the mile and a  half of road diversion for which tenders have been called by the government.  The services in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday morning will be  of special interest to the children* The  missionary story will be read by Mrs,  McCord, and a short address will be  delivered by the- minister. Both parents and children are cordial!'0' inyiXrR-i  to be present.   - -  The sacred concert to be giyen by  tne *onas. jdidw. ouiith. wOEapsny on  Sunday night, August 3rd, wiii consist of orchestral selections, instrumental   SOiOS   HJTjpi   uiifrut-S, VGCSl   SSlSC-  tions with orchestral accompaniment,  and yocal duetts. See next week's  paper for programme.  The Stockbreeders Association directors had a special session on Friday  niglit last to receive' and consider permits for hay cutting on the flats this  year.    In the neighborhood of 150 citi-  maWO WP������P.*l#ft *P *-P������-p*l* ������... 4-'*4.-������vp ~r77, ������r.rxri r...XXSx- ���������  ^ixr.175    ..���������X\X%r   XIHJ^4XL\rtX\l,\d,A    XX4X     l-PE'Cl   \J Ll *lL>) 1J tt,  areas. Last season it is figured not  more than 1700 tons of hay were cut.  The peace dance in the Parish Hall  on Friday night last, under the auspices of Christ Church Ladies' Guild,  was a most enjoyable as well as financially successful event, with the best  of music supplied by Chorlton's orchestra. After paying all expenses the  I Guild will haye about ,$35 to the good.  Protect Youi  IgfVS  m.     a*?   m    mx  m   aw  IT-rtZxi1  -   >^X<WJLJI^)L-WJil  with a  trick-*  r-^tr.���������������---���������&--B^v*r\f\Y    h-ttTm-tm^    I    dr\trm\\rr-  Locks the box and locks the casino  covering the switch.  Defies the thief. Cannot be picked.  bah OB  REPAIRS  ^ g iBS33  %2 2 *4������53  a ���������"���������*������  if Si  is *������ lis  B -a 9  a  OILS  GREASES  G. W. Gartrell of Sumnterland, an  employee of the Dominion fishery department is here this week paying a  visit of inspection to the several  streams in this section with a view to  making vecouitnends as ta the advisability of restocking them and the  best varieties of fry to use for the purpose.-  The joint efforts of the auto association and board of trade have induced  *-l-������'P     rfP     *D     *D t-47     0X7,4-.... l^ rx rx.-XrX     xCxx t rx .X rt i x. ���������.  \xixl x-i.xT.xX.   tC piirp.uD     auvu iiuiuauiu*^  .facilities here. Supt. Maharg has just  adyised that for the present he will  furnish a portable platform which  can be set up at the end of a flat car,  thus allowing motors vehicles to be  run on or off.  Creston had a hurriedly gotten up  Peace celebration on Saturday afternoon, the event taking the shape of a  series of races and other sports for the  children. About $20 was disbursed in  prizes, in consequence of which the  ice cream parlors did a rushing trade  for a time. The stores were open only  in the evening.  Tuesday was the hip-Rest day yet  for express shipping at the Creston  depot, there being 270 packages to  load out, with raspberries very prcm-  inent. In spite of the drougth it looks  now if the 1017 figures of these would  be equalled. That your saw just over  5000 unite-** exported, as compared  with over 7000 in 1018.  A local rancher was up hi-foi-e Magistrate   Crompton  on   Tuesday on a  charge under tho Noxious Weeds Act  of not ^cutting thistles when notifiedt  said charge being laid   by   Provincial  police  Vaehon.   The   magistrate   imposed a fine of   S25 with   the sentence  Qiior-i������*itr.nun *-V>*t-rt ���������-V* wu,*>*-������ Arsmrc* " **������ s-xw-wl -*������.���������*.** *-���������������.  u-nup-.-uvivu   m-v-L -,XB.A0^t~.        0-%.-*- jf %y   til   ���������ft*-"!. 14"C~&     \~K1  allow the accused opportunity to cut  the thistles. A number of others who  are still neglecting the official notification in this respect are liable to be  up on a similar charge if they fail to  get busy immediately.  Transoofiafio������  *\\ 'h.,.p  v v i it.. I 1  yi  ) L I Ui-l  y  <i  V��������� 1 1 J J  V J VU 1.-, IA, 1  you  gei a  ii  the iuiimiment and   Comforts of thc lar������cr cars  ������l4Pk������IMM������4MM������.*M4MM������WPM*������4P*������4WlM]������������lr^^ \  I  "Kl,-<-tTH- lights *"n<l stJirt-T. i'().i\\)\(-,\.(-, Ijiinp''.jiiipirH-nt, inch-(lint-; heM.(Uiij"ht dimmer.  Mohair Lailon-'l uih'-iii-ii. lop, top cuvcr and .side .-.iir.Rins. Tilled clear-vision wind  ^Itieltl, speeilomehT, elect tie horn. Extra, rim and carrier on rear, (-omp^ete tool  i-i jii i j HiHiii, uu 1 mi i niu; puiii|;aiio )<n,.*.. % 'oiiilmi'ii inn i oo! iju\ and Cool, res I Ixolte  rail.     Poekets   it,  do* ,r-..     A   I) EM ON'STRA Tl () N   WILL   CONVINCE   VOU.  &.te second-na ni* Model 4-90 Chevroleir Price $���������SQ.  Conform with tlie Fruit  Marks Act.    Get them  ��������� from ���������  R    TRUSCOTT  CRESTON  Tenders Wanted  Our endeavor is to eliminate  credit entirely. By paying  cash you have no occasion to  worry about store bills, "Keeping track of accounts, receipts  or anything of'that sort.  On our part doing business  is equally facilitated. Bookkeeping expense, and inevitable bad debts, means an addition to the selling price that  the customer has to pay.  To encourage spot cash  business we are giving a  Discount of 5  Per Cent.  on all  r* i~  vOl-OIXUt^,  O A.-  *****f*'*****''*''***********'********j****|**j!*j  Uf                Wm4    S-m~-\      t^      ES      m1m\       *m\     U                ft^  tn* inwEBi \~wit\ im law ���������������  rr SI3B ET3 Em3 m    ET  mmj           ifwi  T-mtm} mms    f~~t     |-****|    ffHi     ********    |******l           \mm  tt*!-fflSB  tf!t   miff   tl-t    fffftAMMP**    ���������*���������     ~4-%   "BMfflNIHl  linMW**  mfrnxt.  B'l'^'ilrtli'jHM  ''" '���������T'mi'WMI-tl JIM  Mm*      mtsm.  ^%V}rm4������''''^m  ,-t#W**   /*W(jji.    ���������*Nfltt*l>i'*MpiHtl.    P!,(*l*jrt f*m%    $rV\%     IMI       wm\     \rm  -,i    ia u w ta u    i-i ts-i  tea   pa ts  ������4       U   M{ 0*   M  p.1       mum mmi)   p*m-     Cmi St,  drmfo*.  It  rtvt PVBsap  ���������H   *m m     HHNMWNPPNM  ���������Sealed UmdcrH luMn.-phitl to the  uinifiHi)j;iii������l will lu- it't-niv-pl n-������ to $������  p.m. on i'iiua\, .iui> ���������.ji,u, ww, itn- ni,-.  (:oi|.*;ti'n*'tion of n friime liuUding -ip-  pinxiniatnly '21 x 'iti, one story, on the  KOho-.l groiiiulH ut (h-i-Hton. IMaiiH and  H'������'-ci.l.--il.ionH winlii' I'ciiii ������ilr It. 11.  Htuph'M' oIIIim*, I'Viill. ('rowei-M t'Tniori,  nflfi-   Monday,   .Inly  i'l Hi.    I.iiu'cmI, or  ...    I      ,.!....   >;;;l    ������;<'Vl'.',,':-.V:" V   ���������".���������'������������������'���������*������������������'"���������'"  jam. cm-.iM'rN(;r<)N.  Si'cict -m-y-Trensui t-v,  ("������������������������������������hIiiii   Si'Iiimi*   Ipiiii-iI  Cnsloii. l.AA .Inly IV, 1011).  1������p..wpp.  Siiues. Enameiware  and Dishes  Compare* 'our prices, on any  line, with the other Mtorcs its  town and you will bo convinced that our prices are righl.  With tho 5 per cent, discount  we allow in addition yon will  aureo that it j.avs to pay cash.  ~i\S~HS'm\   MS   -1    mJ0m������t-m.  Better   nriarssrr;^  j,r,vr.r  Service   PBG^BBBLBRd   Prices  ���������m  3  fit  **������������������  ii  .,4^,iw.,^.,,_4j:;i!i'.?imi^2e.m^  !>��������������� ii.iM.iirni.lM.Wiiifcmlt.1  MUMUMHH,,^,!),^^!^),!!,,!  iiii>liii<i*iiiMiil:������niiii'irm > ll liMmwuinn������  ...  ,���������. .....  ..   .;.,..   ,������,      ,l...*w_.4U44.44..4W4r4rW.4T.W,*r^P������'444'������.^TW������i*T^  i"--^-*---*-*^ iWMWW.'l  wgffiaaaa*^^


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