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Creston Review May 16, 1919

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 ^r:.f^$zi'-y  ' f       ,      i i  r  .  /  ���������*-,-- ;.-?:'"-  its-'  ������������������*r������:;������  Mi  y,>::*.''-;  !���������- "-���������'-��������� .*"*���������  &~i  *-*-v.  ��������� '���������SH  v:.  ��������� -.'.��������� -X-'-i  .���������vyi  ������  -rnrnn-irffiTiTnmi '.i  <4 ������i  ������4mwswm  i ii'iiii il  '  TiiilWSi'K'iiprSi*? *-'  "  "''RI'.tSI'jf'rrHBISSR,^^  .** \������- #  J^ V  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919  No. 14  uy  ./������������������kcres for Soldiers  To buy, oi-not to buy, that is^He  question that is 'occupying the foremost attention of the B.C. Land  Settlement Board, two members of  which were here on Friday and Saturday, looking for fairly large tracts of  land to buy for soldier settlement purposes.  The board members were Chairman  Nelems and C. R. Ward oi Cranbrook,  the director for the Kootenay district.  They arrived on IiVid*?.*"* afternoon and  were met by a delegation of the  Creston Board of Trade, and in company with Messrs. Bevan and Robt.  Stark were-motored out to  look   over  thfi loccfid iirtAjsa Irnou/n     ������c    t-.iva    Smv-  ^,,-,  - ~���������     ..--���������.... x-xr xlm .X. PJC* J. -  ward-Davis and Winiaw limits, as  well as the Alexander and Canyon  City Lumber Co. holdings.  In the evening a special meeting of  the board of trade was convened for  the purpose of discussing matters with  the two visitor***, isr\d this was ci-sssdRfi  over by the Vice-President   Bevan   in  XSxr.    ..   lx ��������� ^~. ���������~ ^C T*.. ������������������Z -J-,��������� X /"I _-4  ��������� 4- *     *  uic aoacnuc     ������ij.      i icomcm,     uiiuatLiul^.  After submitting a list of areas that  the Boai-d considered might interest  the settlement board members, detailing their location and giving some  idea of the shape they were in, Chairman Neiems was called upon to address the gathet-ihg, which was quite  large and very representative.  Mr. Nelems very briefly outlined the  t he powers vested in the land settlement board but pointed out that at  the present time they were working  solely to obtain suitable sites for soldier settlements, with it view to getting the men on the land at the earliest  possible moment. He enumerated sey-  erai localities w'ere settlement districts has been estajblished, going into  some   detail     regarding   the   one   at  .     JTT _i -   V������pJt4l-liCUJl.V.  The modus operandi is after definitely locating a settlement area to ad-  " vise the soldiers who haye registered  -as wanting to go on the land as to the  location and nature of the area, and  to those who desire to se'ttte there to  advise the board.  When the applications are all in a  practical soldier-agriculturist is detailed to personally investigate the qualifications of theupplicants and to select the very best of them to the number it is desired to locate, giving the  preference to married men. Wh<in this  task is completed the men are sent to  their hew homes and put to woilt under settlement board supervision to  clear the land, and for this they are  paid the current rate of pay for this  class of labor. -10-acre farms are provided, and from five to ten acres cleared on each.  When all the 40-acre tracts have received their quota of clearing up the  whole tOaeres is sold to the soldier at  the price ol" '.he raw, land phis tin* actual cost of clearing, with $500 knocked off as a government bonus to the  soldiers. With this work completed  the soldier farmer is entitled to receive a loan up to ,$5000 for future operations and another $2500 for buildings and equipment. These latter  !o<mw are from tlu* fed'"���������������������������������������������������! government, and 25 years is allowed Lo repay  them and also to repay the land  settlement board for the land and  clearing expense.  Mr. Nelems was quite frank in stating that Mr. Ward hiid looked the  Vi'lli'" over previously ami was ravor-  ably impressed with this section and  the lion. (1 U'ns unite anxious to ae-  . quire iM considerble area from the Canyon City Lumber Co., Ltd., provided  said land could bi> had at, right price.  The plan wan to get a tract as near   lo  iieved the persistent effort that had  been made to get on with the project was in fair way to bear fruit, observing that with   drainage   accomp-  l;,-l~���������,1     .._ J.,..Ui...Jl���������    ������"1-,������������������4-__ ...rx.xS.S     Sxr.  nSiiru   iiuuuiiui,niiv  \yi'*:av*JLi      vvOiiau  uc  the largest and soundest city in the  interior, not omitting to remark that  the presence of a considerable settlement of soldiers in our midst would  help hasten action on reclamation.  On request a committee consisting  of Robt. Stark. Jas. Adlard, A. R.  Swanson, W. H. Crawford and Geo.  Johnson were named to discuss the  whole soldier settlement subject as it  effects the "Valley, and they were in  conference with the v!Rif.o*������s ?mt?t nl=  most midnight.  On Saturday Messrs. Nelems and  Ward were autoed out to Canyon  City and spent the morning and up  till train iu the afternoon going., over  the greater part of the unsold area in  Block 812 with C. O. Rodgers. Their  personal inspection has all the remarks  of having convinced them of the desirability of the area for before leaving  they were not   backward   in   stating  *.i-p<p.f. t.f-i-'?' r......~- 'r-vp-^.'ciji'.'.'-.v-.    V.=jr! i-.-.i-..  vinced them that the property was  considerably better than the reports  that had been sent in regarding it by  the horticultural department employees.  Messrs. Nelems and Ward are visiting other points, coming on here from  Golden and Cranbrook, and as their  schedule if arranged ahead   they   had  t-rx   1........   :~.     r.~^S~~,   Xr.  i. ��������� ��������� ...-, S-,*-. . X ���������  v,xs   ICMPC   111   UIUCI   VII tP**cl*C:J/   rt-iy^/V/lUl'lEjCEllrO  at other centres. However, something  definite as to whether they will buy  here or not is" looked for within a  month. If the buy is made Mr. Nelems assured that the soldier- party  would be at work at clearing operations within sixty days of the purchase being arranged.  ��������� ���������. W'h*'-? '.be.^j'tlejj!C!?p?t-.*>oa*i-d: is .quite.  anxibus to,acquire the* Canyon City  area there are some other tracts here  that they haye also investigated and  look upon with equal favor. On Sunday Mr. Nelems was suddenly recalled from Nelson to Victoria, and Mr.  Ward was back here on Tuesday and  Wednesday going further into the  matter, but before leaying for Cranbrook yestex-day nil that could be  learned was nothing definite had been  accomplished in the way of final  agreement as to the price of the Canyon City tract and until such agreement has been reached the matter  cannot be referred to the minister of  agriculture whose o. k. is necessary  before the purchase ca*n be made. The  Review understands that a decision  one way or the other will be made  next week, and if the Canyon City  lands are acquired a detachment of  soldier farmers will be along before  .July. Failing the purchase at Canyon  City other available areas here may  be recommended.  Word  was   received   last   week  4-lxrpp-    pV-Vpr-p   "Qr-pprp-r".    npp.1       i*ip������lr.  *JX*C4iLI    XJXXL-J   JXJ4<JJf O    V���������XlXA        VJ.II1Q  a\..\x  uiuu  connection with Creston school had  won the Provincial Club Prize for  the 1918 competition. The prize is  eight of the best agricultural periodicals published, which are to be  shipped the club immediately, and  are for circulation amongst members of the club. The award is  made to the club with the largest  number of competicors, financial reports and essays.  ma m@@a w������s*k  from Cre3ton on Saturday looking over the proposed new site of the high  ievei bridge and approach road,  one of the visitors being Hon. John  Keen, the local M.P.F.  A deal is reported pending for the  purchase of the remaining lands of  the Canyon City Lumber Co. by the  provincial government for land settlement purposes. The transaction includes alniost'SOOO acres and if the sale  is made tbe soldiers will be busy at  clearing operations within sixty days.  Messrs. Nelems and Ward of the government land settlement board made  a thorough inspection   of the area on  CP_:j ,   rx~.JS    C3.-X J ,~~4.  A.-XXXXXXJ     tXXILX    PwPCP.PjP.il. P-KCPrJT     XCMl&Ll.  Board of Trade  w e  WM&iWiS  *C*t������ *U1UIC������  A        *0  W. V. Jackson's bunch of Rhode  Island Red pullets still continue to  do themselves proud. In fact for  the month of April they hung up  a record that is   certainly  4-rx    lx~    -S 1 .v --1.-1   ���������������_  irp*  uri oictotsciiA t*B it*-*liiiivst-.'dii*iss  Starting a pen of 100 of them on  the first of April, and from which  22 were withdrawn during the.  month for hatching,- he reports  gathering a grand total of 1901  ecrcrg for the month while the 22  eluekers delivered a total of 231  chicks���������each setter having 13 eggs  to operate on, making the average  hatch almost 11 chickens per bird.  With 21 days allowed for hatching  ft would mean" that but 78 birds  did most of the egg producing,  which would indicate an equally  meritorious performance on their  part.    Great are tits Reds.  ..- ���������     ... -'   '. ���������'.' . ���������-   -.-���������/���������"J* ���������r'--i   .   -   -  .mmBi  v&gm-rSmmOSm  -mavm-ma-trnmi  Local and Personal  Rain coats and umbrellas, a dandy  new stock at Mawson Brothers.  The new cable for Kootenay River  ferry arrived on Tuesday, and is being installed. For the lasL ten days the  scow has been operating on the overhead cable, This was made possible by  putting Home extra siding on thus giving the ferry greater draft and enabling the current to operate it at a   fair  ������p pl.������   rpl*  ..fpr.rf������fl>  M. Nc]eiiiH of Victoria, chairman   of  iiie |)iu\ inciai laud settlement   Doai'l,  along with C ... Ward of Cranbrook,  ! the board's Kootenay   representative,  : weir   Friday   and     Katurdiiy   callers  Miss Dorothy Dal ton arrived the  latter part of the week from England,  and is spending a few days with her  sister, Mrs. W. H. Hilton, en route to  China, where she is to reside. Miss V.  Dalton of Trail was a week-end visitor  at the Hilton home.  Mr. Farrell, who has the Andy Miller ranch under lease, is considerably  enlarging the house by the addition  of a kitchen and some sleeping room  accommodation.  Dr. Primrose WTe!!s, who is on his  way back to Victoria, after almost  four years medical service overseas,  here this week looking over his ranch  property, and was the guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Watcher.  The potato planter was busy on the  S. A. Speers ranch on Tuesday in  charge of G. Cartwrtght, and is trying out a sea bless variety, of spuds,  bringing in about a ton of this stock  for the season's use.  Erickson's boast Ihat co-operation  is the thing**fat buying stuff at box  socials) may* bo alright, but look at  Austria aud Turkey, they co*operat  ed to seeming advantage, too���������at the  start of the war, but they made an  awful mess of it at finish. Beware.  Erickson, with girls mixed up in it.  Mr. and Mrs. D. S. McKenzie, who  haye been occupying the house on the  Charlie Jackson ranch for a couple of  months, haye moved into their new  house on the property they recently  purchased near the Learmonth ranch.  Miss Mabel Craigie returned on Mon  day from Wardner, where she has  been visiting for the past month.  P. V. Staples has just had the telephone installed in his   residence here.  Jim Long commenced work last  week as provincial fire warden for this  part of the Kaslo riding, succeeding  Frank Putnam, who resigned at the  end of last season. Jim's appointment  is popular and is ts. good one as he t-ap.  handle that sort of work with the best  of them.  A new style of power sprayer has  just been brought in to the Erickson  section by Messrs. Putnam and R. 3.  Staples. It is of the Spraymotor make  ana one yery timely feature to ifc is  the autoniatic cut off which replaces  the relief valyes used on other types  of power sprayers. This stops, "the;  pump and means a saving of gsssftllne  and on pump upkeep over other types  which when pressure gets too high  keep on pumping liquid back into  the tank.  The union Sunday school opened on  Sunday last under most favorable circumstances so far as attendance goes,  41 scholars being out for the initial  session. The turnout was rather larger  than anticipated and finds the school  short of teachers. So far the following  have taken classes-; Mrs, Biraey, Mrs.  F. J. Klingensmith', Misses B. Fraser,  Jane Long and Ruth Kliugensmith,  with the former selected as superintendent. Tt is hoped several more will  Volunteer as teachers as eyen the present attendance is too large for five instructors* and more scholars are looked for. It is hoped the Canyon City  people will lend a helping hand, both  with pupils and   teaching   assistance.  Sixteen members were in attendance at the May meeting of Cres-  on Board * of Trade on Tuesday  night, which was in charge of Vice-  President Bevan. Three nejvv members were elected to the board, in  R. J. Long, Capt. Crompton and  R Walmsley.  A letter was read from R. F.  Green, M.P., holding out little hope  of getting the requested $10,000 for  a drill hall at Creston, but assuring  that he would give the matter his  close attention. He also advised  that request should be made to the  War Trophies Board at Ottawa for  the field guns and other souvenirs^  of the great war that Creston Val-...  1 A        t* II*?  ley may want ior sciaiers memorial decorative purposes. Sup*. Ma-  harg of the C-P-R, -notified that he  will be going "through Creston today, and will be pleased to meet  the Board to discuss all matters  they may wish   to   take   up   with  W-* ~nsfm  li-Crl-Ll.  Cranbrook board of trade is having a conference of East Kootenay  boards in that town on May 23rd,  and on motion it was decided to  send one delegate, and C. O. Rodgers was selected for the job. It is  likely several others will go if ebus-  iness per*hiits, and authority was  given to accredit up to six as delegates to the meeting.  The- inspector of .ihe East Koot- ,  enav   jiivfsioi's o*? "R.."***T. "\Sf "^r P*-   *u/tll  be communicated   with   informing  of the importance of stationing   a  detachment of   the   mounted force _  at Creston. The chief of provincial  police will also be   favored    with a  letter asking him to take   steps to  have   goodly sized     sign     boards  placed at aii ports of entry, as. well  as the   Alberta  boundary,   to   inform autoists   that in B.C. the rule  of the road is turn to the left.  sey cow, making the   purchase   from  Mr. Long of Alice   Siding last   week.  . .      .        ..     .....         ,                        .. ,           , , luu-, K-iii.ii.f-i tin-   Viili-v    over Im-    u  sk-pping facilities,etc., uh possible and     ..    ,            S    .                 . ,.      , ���������,  ,T*'. ,. , . , . ' . . . site for a Kootenay soldiers settle-  develop the part, closest, in first.  Mr. Ward spoke highly of the Vallev. lie had known this nart of Kootenay since 11X12 and   every   year since  he li.ul gotten a lutlei opiiuno of llii-.  purl ii-uliir section of it. .\������p to (Inlands held under timber license lie ,-ul-  v ihi'd that if look time fo gel,    po.s.se.*,.*,-  I, ,.,   .,���������������  I 1,,.. ..   ;.,:;(i   ;��������� ,.,!,li,-,        -.<���������" i l.'llll'll i  was urgent these timber m-ens thai  would in due eonisc revert back to the  .4     .4   .......   44   I   III       ������������������   ���������   ���������< I. ' '       "  e,l.  all. \\uiil siuiki' i ii il i in i w i< a l \ iii  KlinteliaV   Flat:    Ucrl.li.uit ...I..       lie  ���������>���������'  ment.  ���������  r-   ���������,.m  They met the Ci-chIoh board   of  ion    on  i'rid  da V  GSBffd^fx-rBS  Cri$Z$f  Messrs. Knrisf and Edmondson of  I'oHwell were visitors here the latter  part of tiie week, and during their  stay made the purchase of three head  oi regiHtereal ilolsi.ein milch cows at  the C. C). Rodgers farm.  Mr. and Mrs, Teddy Swanson left  on Monday for Suinnierlaiid, where  they expect to make their home in  future.  Mr;;- < hit-land Fouler.  ���������       ���������*    P M * I  Jo**. Heath, who jui'.f obtained bin  discharge from military duty about  tin day.-, ago, left on Sunday for  Windermere, where he has   Hccim-d a,  ���������*i.*iiii.n nji the Dominion erqui inn-lit-  at I'lii-m at th-it point, nnd will n-..i-!<-  pel in.ia.nlly in fill ore he   anticipates.  "  ,...,������ ^/.tlPll'lllllfr, IPII.  Heath in (niile an evperl, arid Ihef.n-ni  Mia Hi ri-i it'll! Iinvi- ei-vt-ijnly ".���������-,] llil'itl  t he -el vits:. nf ;t ea'iahh* a-"i**.t mil   'I  were  Hall.  Kiind  of   Ihilfour  nc-  r      f '  ay   visitors   with   Mrs.-   C.  In m> far as cultivation goes certainly this pari of the counfrv never  'i.ip.'.v... iip-iirr loan it does ihisveur.  Matt. Clayton in v.*ry much to fh ���������  fore in this respect, having charge of  i im- i nl mi. VvihhI, ,N| ii'iii-.'i- ji .nl It  lt.odg.-ii->-. placcM    making In-iuli'it u t <-i a  I        It.  H.   Ita-Y.ui  bad it   llli.li.r     i.a. Iv    .,..)  i,n*.iiWl.rl'|i,>,lrir..'iii..W*i������Win,  Sam Moon is the latest of our citizens to install the telephone. As soon  as the line can be built several others  will haye them put in, however.  E. Uri got back the latter part of  week from   Spokane,   where   he   has  been at the   state   school   learning to  i ii    .........    . ..i  i  t-    .��������������� ..ii  ....II......   I'i ������PP~ P ������ .. .1  ....1.    ...in,.!.      irriiip    il.   11..  sorts. Mr. and Mrs. li. Uri motored to  Bonners Ferry and they made the  trip home from there by auto.  The cool dips of the fore   part of the  Week did lifttle if any   damage   here.  The -'canon,    howeyer,   promises to be  ���������   . i ..... i ���������������..-.-��������� i   *  . i . *    i  ���������in l.ixi* ill-*  iri.->i,   >i'.m ,   .inn   it,  vp ill     ������.������������.- Kill- |  in .June before strawberries are moving, j  Sergt. Clark of Winnipeg, who is j  just back from overseas, \\ilh here for :  a few days last, week on a vi*1!'- ���������������������������> his'  sister, Mrs. Sarn Moon, and is away ;  again to visit Vancouver and Victor-!  ia friends. I  men busy .-it clearing operations on  his property here. He is bustling lo  get a part of if into berries   this year.  VV. I1'. Havi-i of Coleinan, Aha., wipi  here again ihis week, ami im.i pIu.-..','  the deal for the piuirhiise of the l'Y..nk  Mav ranch.     He exiteciN to move    the  fi.piiilv    i.ili.  ii   *,|i. ill ! v     llniiii'li  al    ni.-*.-  eitt he will   not.   'likely   occupy   it    -ill  >,..!       l.'4.1.4l.  I.,I.i,* I...I1.;.. !,..-  ii,p ��������������������������� *"���������"     ":���������  .-.     .!���������. :  ������l������WI������IWiyiM<*il|pP*rP������l!l#'irlilllW  J?S\    -Tm     m.     -  Equipped with Starting  and Lighting System  ���������the car you have  been waiting for.  We are prepared to take  orders now for June delivery.  There is only a limited  number to be had, so  first ordered will he first  delivered.  With Starter and Liehtinu  $790.00  WiihoutStarter and Lighting  $690.00  f.o.h.  FORI). Chit.  Kememetnher  von  *������  the Startt-r.  '���������V-KW-*-fSJi^.j  m%-  ,���������    ��������� ....... ,_ ., _ .. .<,m~iMmmm0^mx~mmd0^tmmmf^  imMiimi.iZ.ivi&im,!'-'������������������:,.!���������������������������'��������� . min"i'r.iniiwii  ������iim������i-"-������-������tf  um4msr*mttvi4ii-m'm4milJmi.m~m  lit ��������� lit iMM nHiiiMlKlillB'1-atiHlill Mm lllliiiHIMI im flua-M.  WW|lS*(W'PWWlflR!M  Z-i^ZZ-  mm.*0.rw\~*wmn������*-mm  ���������MMM '  ~m~m0--m  4/.i^iii*^.. m* -MMrvM *  m4k-m4M0mJm07**-.m*^  mi  nss������^-aa*3<*iro*-*������w^    I'-f'^-fy^  mS-mii-iwi-~n-^^  "  mmWmmttmmmimwSmJtmfMmmmmmA  mm-mimmmmmmmvsm.*^  I������|���������������ipp���������JH>���������Ml���������^|  'i'iri<*i*������������w*-ii*^i������w**'4^^  HrPW*P������fM*|Wi*l  ?������t������4*������r*'������*P������l*Atr**|i^^  ���������. .0r4XLi^i^A-0i04l70Ax0x0.  llr*V-4*PiP**WfflpP4P4Ppllf'p'l|l������l*-r'pwr ir:'.  the   review,   c^s-xaiir-,   %-M  Ur  h-p  tl  til  II  I  i' *  Is!  m  Iii  ���������������*'<  I'-i  found open to it a still greater field  o������ activity and usefulness. Thc reference is to tiie Y.M.C.A. But where-  us prior lo the war iis energies were  largely confined to the cities - and  larger towns, the necessity for the  expansion of its work to the smaller  towns, vill-rvges and country parts is  now seen, with the result that a Town  and   Country  Work  <]rpa  u-  been created by thc National Y.M.C.  A. Council of Canada, and a plan of  organization outlined for currying 0:1  suck work.  There is now being inaugurated in  the country and smaller towns and  villages lacking Association buildings and equipment, Y.M.C.A. work  on a plan of county or district organizations. These smaller communi-  lies are incapable individually of  maintaining au adequate Association  organization. The expense involved*  imposes too severe a financial burden, while at tlie same time it is impossible to adapt many of the gen-  I oral or larger city methods to these  i smaller . communities. There are,  nevertheless,     in     practically     every  Fiume Question Settled  London, ��������� According to a dispatch  to the Exchange Telegraph company from Paris, tlie question regarding Fiume has been settled in  full agreement with the Italian gov-  crnn-ient. on the basis that Fiume  shall remain an autonomous port for  two years, when it wi!! be assicned  to Italy.  r  The Value ol True Manhood |������  [community, v.o matter how small, ccr-  | tain  prominent  men, a  group  of *wil-  , ling  workers, and  a  fair  amount    of  j available  money  for  any  good  work.  j Combining these resources in a mim-  of  communities     located    within  onably accessible distance of each  other,  and  binding   the     groups      of  workers   in   each   community  into   an  -, (Association  brotherhood  and pooling  ���������"It's Mice to Get Up In ths  ���������nornifig���������But Si's Nicer  to La*/ in Bed"  Especially on a No. 1 Health  Brand Mattress, See it at  your dealer's and watch for the  label ��������� it is your guarantee.  Use it on a Banner Spring.  Sold by all good dealers  Corns cause much suffering, bvd  'Hollo-way's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  sure,  and satisfactory  relief.  The average girl knows enough  about photography to retouch her  negative when  she -says  "Xo."  IS THERE A BABY  E?  If any one  thing v.'as demonstrated  by  the   Great   War   over     all     other  things it was value of lhc individual,.  .   .... . ,        ,  fa      . , their financial  resources, provides the  all-round, young man, that is, the man !  who was developed and fit  physical!..,  way  for  efficient  administration  1   exi  and  and  ,        r . ������ ".   ! the  cnirilovmcnt  of   an   expert  sccrc-  moraliv, intciicciuauw    in saying tins ���������, -     -.  -'        , '    *  .,       , 1 i tarv  to   train,  direct     and     supervise  if- ���������=. not  10 ho .-!*.*��������� timed that   the man >      ,-    . . .  "���������"-  "*-',"        .        <    ' .    , ..  j vonuueer leaders ai cava  ponu  svhu-  who was lacking tn plivsical  strength 1.       .       ..      . .      .  .   .       . ,     ,       ,       ���������        1 i in  the  district organization,  and development, or had not enjoyed 1 .  . , ** Z i- ��������� Such a plan is worthy of the  svm-  thc advantages of education,  or,   in-j ,        ,     .      ;��������� .  V    .     . , . t! pathetic and enthusiastic support    ol  deed, the man who was not as sound j  ' , ... , i* C tlie  people  of   western   Canada,     the  ii-inr-ili*.- as he. oiielit to have been, did 1 *      ' . .  '   " A ' . ���������     .       "' 1     ��������� 11 1 real   strength     and   spirit   of   a   com-  not do his  clutv,  do it  well,  and  ac-1 *"* ... .  ,. . .- -!-i 1      r  nninitv  <!oes  not   coum*.[  111  wliat   it  comphsh urcat tilings.     J.hot-sands -  Cheering Information  Man in Chair���������Here, be a hit more  careful  with  that   razor;     that's     the  second time you've cut me.  Barber���������We'll, well, so it is; but  there! I always deduct a cent for  every cut. Why, it's nothing for a  man to go out of here having won a  dime oft" me.���������Boston Transcript.  such men played a noble and glorious part, but many other thousand*-,  were rejected by army doctors from  the opportunity of active service, and  many thousands more or less illiterate men were not able to command  the responsible positions which otherwise might have been, entrusted to  them.      The   all-round  man   had   the  Now Well and  "a'e^.'sr.ene  ."���������"��������� ���������^*-*s-ji  -*****-.&  Is there a baby or young children  in your home? .If there is you should  not be without a box of Taaby's Own  Tablets. Childhood ailments come  quickly and means .should always be  at hand to promptly fight them.  Baby's    Own   Tablets    arc   the ideal  Ip/pppww    .:-,.,. s.rl. .- 'n.A..    .-���������~.,i^i^ ti.r.  ||4J.4������\,        1 VI..4-V.  t . J4.  #1 ._ jr 1  4.4^111411^ VUl-  bowels; sweeten thc stomach; banish constipation and iiuUg.-stioiv,  hrc-ak up colds and simple fevers���������in  fact they relieve all the minor ills of  little ones. Concerning them Mrs.  Moisc Cadotte, Makamik, Que.,  writes ������������������..������������������Baby's Own Tablets arc the  best remedy- in the world for little  O'ics. My baby suffered terribly from  iudigesTiou and vomiting, but the.  Tablets soon set her right aud now  she is in perfect health." Tho Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mai. at 2"* cents a box from Tiie  iV1*5**!*! V.'r.    Williams*   Mcdiem.-    Co.,  P.rork-  I Tells How ���������niic!s?a ������  I Healed Her Fktpl-ss I  ������    "'My face was very Itchy at Bret,  and .sitter that it -was covered with  pimples that disSgaxed 5fi  tntsMw.     "t*h������ r*,*mf*.1i**������ mrmrt*  .������ r*"���������j--   =*-'---' m���������-'0-��������� ������������������ ��������� - t  nara ana sea auu s.w~y w������������ s  email, and they were scat- I  tered all over my face and I  were so itchy I had to scratch  i^5-* end 1 could not sleep.  "These bothered me nearly a yea*?  before I used Cuticura Soap and Oint-  | ment and when X had used uvocakes S  of Cuticura Soap and five boxes of ������  Cuticura Ointment i wast ~\~~u~~.e- ������  (Signed) Miss Flora M. Bayka������  Gardentoa, Man., Dec- 25, S9IS*  Having obtained a dear healthy  skin by the use of Cuticura, keep it  dear by using the Soap for all toilet  purposes, assisted by touches of  Ointment as needed. Do not fail to  include the exquisitely scented Cxztl-  cura Talcum in your toilet preparations.   Splendid after bathing.'  For free sample each of Cotlcars Soap. Ointment erad Talcum address post-card: "OnHcurik.  Deft. A, Boston, TJ. fl. A."   {Sold cverywlaere.  THE  SEVEN LATEST  OUI^U  ville,  Ont.  FOR $1.00  After a Year of Great Suffering from      Myrtle���������Yes,   he   had   the   audacity  Kidney Disease and Lame  Back���������Two Interesting  Letters  Limlale,  Alta.  ���������  May  19.  ���������  It.  is  onlv  lo kiss me.  Myrtle's Mother���������Of    course,    you  [were  very  indignant.  M'vrtlc-���������-Yes. mother,  everv  Un!'**.���������  better c'nmce.  il.e rnay  *n no  braver,   or   keener,   or   r.atrintic    tlian  others,  but   he  liad  the   equipment  of  an   all-round   nnmhooil   t'>   do   tilings,]  and he -.v"!? en'.ni-tc<l  with  the doing:,  iii nl  be   did   ii.  Ju>t as  tin:  ->var   called   for  *lie  services  c>f ^uc!'.  men. so doc?  tin1  receives from outside, bnt that which  it develops within itself. The plan of  organization outlined for this Totvn  and Country Work -will not provide  the substantial buildings, gymnasiums,  and other equipment to be found in  cities, but too many people in these  days make the mistake of wanting  things to be done for them, instead  of doing for themselves. What is  ���������done for men���������and for communities  ���������as well���������is apt to weaken them; what  ! they do for themselves is sure to  i strengthen. The old Bible saying is  slill l rue���������it is more blessed to give  than  to receive.  It  i> also true  that  there  is  a  task  alter sickness that one properly;   Pearson's Weekly,  appreciates   health.      Thc   writers   of  nc;  aud A'aried prohn. ms now  to  call,  and  po-  tively,  for  of manli'i"  through   tl  I ��������� ! 4.   VI K.4i I I.'  i..cr  suf'-u  people.  many i .  -Mor everv man and  bov  in  everv  lie. laeeu       * -  de  nd  '. ! '. * '  l������l>-  even  nicire  unpera-  : v'f the all-round type  -.'.;,r has taught us,  .-up - of thc army  . 'n.������������������..*.< --ity cf fnr-  ���������i-.c h'-alth f'f the  inwius   evc!"yvvhere.  ! coiniuunity   aud   a   boy  or     man   for  in  everv  eommunttv.  The  Th.-  iii-'-h  ���������-!<     ���������''  lo  -Ul>-  1  ���������.pi  ..-ir   \-.;-.-   laid '  ever j-  tas  maximum benefit is derived by man  i>r boy and by the community when  within the. community these men,  hoys and  tasks are brought  together  the  ic  rcn-  1 P. I'll to.  ,.-.  the  :     man  line ilu-  | aud   an   earnest   effort  made   by  di-velopuu-nt v)f  tlie abilities    of    t!  former  to  eliminate,   waste     and  di.-r   service.  The  Y.M.C.A.   aim*-,   to  enlist  these letters show* how they appreci  ate  the  means  whereby  health    was  regained, and recommend the use  of  Dr.   Chase's   Kidney-Liver     Tills     io  others.  If kidney disease is to bc cured it  must be taken in hand early, and  that is why the warning given by  backache, headache and urinary de-  rangemets should be heeded and  treatment .begun at once.  Mr. C. E. Raymus, J.indale, Alta.,  writes: "I was a great suiiercr from  kidney disease re-id lame back for  more than a year. A friend of mine  one day told me of Dr. Chase's Ki<U  ney-Liver Piiis, and, acting upon his  advice, I tried them. -After I had taken one box I felt better, so 1 continued until I had used live boxes. By  this time 1 felt as well and strong as  ever, and am glad to recommend Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills to anyone  suffering as   I  did."  "I   know   Mr.   C.   J-*.   Ivaymns,     and  believe   his   statement   in     regard     to 0  Dr.  Chase's  Kidney-Liver   I'ills   to be  true,    and      correct."-���������John    Torbett,  Postmaster.  MA\ Thomas Austin, Karl Grey,  Sask., writes: "I wish to let you  know what Dr. Chase.s's Kidney-  Liver Pills did for me. Last summer  my  back  ached   so   mm h      that  LtMQNS whiten and  r.rsiiTirv/ T!ir   pi/uii  DCiWJ 3 sr !   iilL Or\iN  ������  i'i   VtT'.d j  the.  'rdt-nt n������">w lying latent fhroiiglioul  1 uii' .-.mailer towns, villages and mra  districts in thc work of developing  all-round boy-*, and men in llu-sc  omuiiuniucs, boys and men who will  become the future leaders of this  (..real   Canadian   commonwealth.  Make this beauty lotion cheaply for  your face, neck, arms and hands  At the cost of a small jar of ordinary cold cream one can prepare a full  quarter pint of the most wonderful  lemon skin softener and complexion  beautilier, by squeezing ihe juice cf  two fresh lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white.  Cure "should be taken to strain thc  juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gels in, then this lotion Will  keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used  lo bleach and remove such blemishes  its freckles, sallowuess and tan .and is  the ideal skin softener, whitcner and  beaulilicr.  Just try iti Gel three ounces of  orchard white at any drug store and  two lemons from the grocer and  make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage  it daily into thc face, neck, arms aud  hands. It is marvelous lo snioothcn  rough,  red hands.  i  ui 1  We will send you prepaid the  following seven songs with our  complete list of popular music  on   receipt of price:  "Kissable Child."  "Nobody Else Will Do."  "Red  Cross Girl of Mine."  "Sometime Between Midnight  and Dawn."  "Alabama BalL"  "Virginia from Virginia."  "Wait for Me."  "I Want to See if My  Daddy's Come Home."  Send the Dollar TODAY and  get the music by return post.  We then will put your name on_  our mailing list and you will  thereafter receive notice of all  new songs as issued.  Ideal Music Publishing Co.  1*7  iAUVtcUUV     JUHk-ir  "Black   Watch"    The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on Cue Market  mar.   never  make*  1.ial.es anything el  mi-lakes  h  I   not  only  could not  sleep  at  night,  but  could not  lie  in  comfort  in   lied.  ,1   tried   several   remedies,   and   finally  -   sent,  for  three   boxes   of  Dr.  Chase's  Kidney-Liver    Pills,     but     was  quite  cured  by    thc     time   I.  had  used  one  box.       J     .always      recommend   these  Pills  lo anyone  snl'fering the same as  I. did, as  1   am satisfied and  thankful  that   they cured  me."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, ~:ic a box, at all dealcis,  or l-'.dmanson, Hates i*v i'o., Limited,  Toronto. Do not be talked inlo accepting a substitute or imitation. Thc  portrait and signature. of A. \V,  Chase, Ml)., are on every bov of the  genuine.  Japan is supplying the South African railways with cotton canvas for  thc   manufacture  of  tarpaulins.  SCRAP  Wc pay  market prices for junk  of all kinds.    Write us and have  your name put cm our list.  CANADA SCRAP IRON CO.  Cor. Powers & Sutherland  , T. J. POWELL, Manager  Formerly Purchasing Agent  Dominion Metal Exporting Co.  J  K-ep Minard's Liniment in the house.  1 - , < r -1 ml ,-   lYcqiicnlly     makes     nun  ���������i* .i-i.   An  ''iidorstiidv iiffeti  has a  sine-  The Syrup ton  Pancakes  it  ���������!!  li  \������  j'  ii  iu  -ti  Breakfast is Ready  when you have  a package of  a v.W9SkW^������is^xUM MW<&:  ^-AtvjErr H.    *C^mmL fey^y ^-^vSjyBi**- Jl       M   ^L^l-'gSL *<f^yj pitm*3rt  I    r-x   ������-������ t    Ir-.   .    I ��������� 4-   ������������������ 0   i- ��������� *~   0-:   i- .    .   I 1-0  I   /��������� fc yx,   ,   \ f\('  I  '.  ' > '   i    I ) . J        *   <  * m  '.   *..������-. ������    ". JX t        X J .. 7��������� A    * *������_*        *v / ������  vs/n-fprir <> tYrwwy ss rt**^Kiy~  cooked,  Not a bit of waste.  -1! iIj--*   i.O   Hie    Irt.Sl'.   ( A A iVetV,  Sunshine      will   evenlu.ill \    puiH'turt'  the   thii-Uc-t   rlniiil,  Colds Cause Grip and Influenza  A v v a !*i v* *���������*.    i!i;n\!M   nrivivi.:   -r-ii.i.'t-  jlrii'.iivi:   tilt-   l.ill-r.      Tlii-n*   i:,   Olll,'    011c.   ".Hl'O.  na>   ijiiiiiiiii*."      I-'..    W.   <.K(J\*1'.'S   s'n,*ii.'iliir{  I on   tl;'-   box.      i'ly.  Don't  fofiA'ct.  thai  peeiiniary  .baiity  ir.   often   a   i'iii'm:   to   Ii 111 ua ni I v.-  An Oil That Is Famous. ���������-'I Inim-li  I ( auada u;h not the birthplace of Dr,  I Thi>in.i-.' l-'.i lei 11 ie Oil, 'u is lhc home  jof tli.it laiii'.u-, 1 onipoimd. l-'rom hftn*  j il'* t;ooi| name w ,i->. -,pi eail to t. cnli-.'ii  : ami Soiilli Aiueriea. the \\'e-;t Indieii,  1 \ii-.ti'.ili.i and New /'e.ilainl. That is  j far :i In- lil ������*ii. .iie.h lo attest it'- r-vcel-  i I'-nee, Im in all tlie-.i' eiiiiiiti'ies it is  I    mi     ae    ,1 nil   111   ileiiiaiiii.  ' - .     .    '  I        i In 11*   i .   im   limit    |o   thr.     ae.c     al  1 1 ,. .i    . 'i    hi III-   \  1    I  i  i *-���������  ll������-pW r\***'*  ' ���������������, VA /     i -  ��������� ip  |AIU.    Y0I.JK    FI'I.T   CALLOUSED?  ���������' > -y   t"  i ''im.vc lu .. f... I, v  appl^ iii|'  J ',1! 1,..,1.'..   I'niii   .ii.d   W ;.  ;.   I*. % 11,41 tdi'.  1    ' hi *   l"M <*1 v   \ 1 :���������' table   1 .-iiM-d v      arts ', E  I    'r.'-.i.l'       ly    .,:-<l    i:,    (.;lla!'a!a, <,|.       |���������<;is:  '   M  j   "ii      i'i.;,...,,.'.."   oiily,   .!. v    in-,    boille,    ' m  I      -��������� .....         .���������__.���������.-.   .- .     w   J    M|  i VV,     N.     u.     \yvs  A golden si ream of  Crown Brand Corn  Syrup is the most  delicious touch yon  can give to Pancakes!  In the Kitchen, there  is a constant call for  Crown Brand Corn j5y  for  making puddings,  *S **. mm J ��������� ~m m -0. ~t.~- Arntr* ~-0rl-.  t-tllX-Ctii-Oj    VUU"vUy   >xxds,--m  +m. r    j-1     11*,   **.,      .*if i-*, T*m    m������m- ~ *r\ -m,    mm rs**m    *-. *s-i*m,  ���������xJ*di\x-V        M.1*V*       \0-HAJ Vf������..t-W**     J\S**4m     -V*������<W  too big to enjoy a slice of  bread spread thick with  Crown Brand I  Could thaUday ever come V  Ward it off! Graco youf  I'thtadfiHv with n fen-ftrous  jupf of Crown brand Corn  Syrup, ready for thc dozen  dossf-rls and dishes  it will iruly"crown".  3oW by Grocert  eve"-"ywhere*~li-}  4*0,    U���������    i������ji.    MIIUI  20 pound tint.  The Casnada  tr*.  .. m.    m-t.  ~-������ ~~.-' -rXm ��������� I00d\,4i  Limit-CIS  Montreal  1 ��������� '*-*^Z::--E:  ->sm~^*4:.t^mv%iv-nw M  ~:Z*.\^-^~~iZ'Z$ZZ*  w  :.r^������<^:������^^'-������.^4^.^i"S4a>^. :4������M.:rtt^ |B|  '  **   "        " .,   (���������Ii'e (i������������'jlii l*t ������������������**���������'*������". ������>H ,   . , ,.    .ni.,!!,     .. (ppM  .-���������'fc. 1*1 -aaiitKipjitrappn *t*ii������! ^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^k^^smm^^.  J^zid^r^J^Trvm.**?^  ifv ������--== - -^-aA^-Sa^-^  -!   ' i ������������������������" .l\J4.x \ .L.ii VV r i.Ji\ I j������**��������� .1 v}Zs -        j >. { ;  \'i- rca:ilf.Jc     'Vrwjri'.r  ijtr;  .^ i^!*i4"B^*i5j'TS*^pjJi*. ^-*-*������. *S^& ���������***? "ST  ������Jl AAACU1V  *"*/   ���������  /J*-"}"������  ~rm\ "atf-**"""? *""���������"  11 ]*������������������**���������* 1  * r r  o   of  handed   to   the  I Bp������*������WM*rtniiifirfS������������-������s   *is^i*t.ii������?rf  0X0  n.dt  rtiu  j summary os reace ract  I  deprived of  u er  man delegates.    The document, long!  as it is, is shorter than was indicated]  hy thc forecasts, which estimated its j  length at 100,000 words.    The treaty  is   not  printed  iu   German.   The   text  is  in   French   aud   English,   on   opposite pages.  Thc terms oi thc treaty spcii the  end of Germany as a military power.  She is deprived of virtually all her  fleet; her army is cut down to nominal dimensions, and she is sharply  rcstrieted along lines through which  she might seek to work militarily  and rehabilitate herself. Economically, also, thc future of .Germany is  hedged about with stipulations intended to insure her ability to pay  the indemnity demanded by the allies, and to prevent her from exploiting her old-time resources as a strangling competitor of the nations about  her which she over-ran aud devastated during the war.  Thus, for instance, Germany, for a  period of ycars at least, will bc deprived of the coal output of the rich  Saar basin, which goes to France in  repayment of thc damage caused by  the destruction of the French coal  mines. She likewise is compelled to  make restitution for the damage     in  In Exporting Grain Crop  ,-,+1  -xi\  ll-OI'O       il /*-. ���������#"./���������������������������       fi*\      IpTi**"! ������*<������������������<*��������� 13  t >  m.* J������   L-t       \.~L~d t.s\,        v "*->���������       ~~    X ~* ������i \~- "������������������ f       .X-*  Xi4.irr'.'...-  K.   VV.  Wood    Says    That    Failure  Would Be  Crime  Against  People  Calgary. ��������� Unless at an early date ,  adequate steps are taken by thc Do- j  minion government to assist in finan-j  eing the export of the grain cicp of  1919, Canada wil lbc confronted with  the   greatest  conceivable   disaster,    is  the   opinion   of  If.   W.   Wood,   presi-|  dent   of  the  United  Farmers   of   Alberta.    "If present prospects arc fulfilled,"   said   he,   "the   harvest   of   the  present season will bc the greatest in  our history, and exactly for this reason   it  is   our  duty  and  it  is   of   the  utmost  importance  that steps should  bc  taken  to insure  that  it  shall find  an  outlet.  "1 can conceive of no more serious  crime against thc people of this  country than for the authorities to  fail to take the necessary steps.  "Perhaps," said he, "the government has a plan, but if so, I certainly have heard nothing of it. and  it is of thc utmost importance    that  -..1 3   .._    ... ..    ���������-  -���������ui\i   ui;     1 V.USM.U on     ill  and the Various other countries, which  suffered from Teutonic depredations  in various forms. In numerous other  ways she is made to realize that her  more than four years' career of destruction must be made good.  Elaborate preparations were made  for thc historic, occasion of handiirg  thc peace terms to the Germans in  the Trianon hotel, both in and outside thc building.  Outside there was a small army of  gendarmes    who    formed  a    barrier  against thc approach of such persons  as  were  uot  entitled  to    enter   -the  room where  the    momentous    scene  was   to   be  enacted.      Inside    everything wa* in readiness for thc meeting between  the  allied and associated delegates with the German plenipotentiaries,     although      the      early  niorning hours had witnessed a rearrangement of the great hall, for orders had been    received    to    prepare  seats for 80 delegates, instead of for  58,  who  were   expected   to   comprise  thc maximum delegation. The French  functionaries  busied themselves  with  the   task  of  stretching out   tables  to  accommodate   the   extra   guests    and  laying  a  new   rug  to  fit  the  altered  dimensions.    The increase of the delegations  was  effected at thc  cost of  space which had been assigned to the  press.  Aside from the great men gathered in the hall, the most striking feature was a largo, antique rug of  bright, almost garish colors, which  was brought from the Chatea.i Versailles to cover the. open space in the  ��������� centre of lhc hollow rectangle of the  peace table. Although dating from  thc time of Louis XIV, the rug is in  51 perfect state of preservation. It is  known as a Savonniere, and il served  to brighten the entire room. The  rug was the only link iu the conference chamber connecting thc ceremony with the time when France was  n monarchy.  this matter. The vital interests, not  only of thc farmers, but of the whole  comnumitj-, arc bound up in agriculture."  "Black   Watch"    The   Best   Black  Plu ���������**; Chewm-"*- Tobacco on the Market  ���������uermany  fleet.  Her army is cut to small issue.  Military aspirations are pruned.  Economic restrictions are laid  down so that she can pay indemnities.  She cannot strangle competition in trade.  Saar basin coal output goes to  France  for  years.  ***  She must make restitution for  damage. to France, Belgium and  other countries.  Heligoland must be demolished.  Kiel Canal must bc freed.  Alsace-Lorraine will be returned.  Ex-kaiser Wilhclm will be  tried.  German territory must bc  ceded on all hands to surrounding allied  nations.  Frontier of 1871 has to be restored.  She must renounce rights to  all colonics.  Dismantling of Rhine fortresses   demanded.  Assume pre-war debts ou ceded  territory.  Allow unhindered transit in  Germany.  Internationalize her rivers  and  give  up     control     of     thc  uiuC.  Germany   must   also   pay    'to  the   limit   thc   cost   of   the   war  "to all allied nations.  tsss^a. &*i-~*  ���������Cf  fax    Xttf   J**,  g-g^ **3"^^ ^  v~0-m%w   HMr    '(BB'  ^������������������l***'  *������  *mmSm.  *g   Sg     -mm~B.^tSS.a  A   ~-*&-m^sf&--'*x%<-1*~''<-*~*  & V������ &&%&&  kmmimmm Depot ax  *-p  Mv  -O  1  es  Many  Killed and Country  South   of  Brussels Devastated  Brussels. ��������� A depot of ��������� German  ammunition containing shells and  bombs of every calibre and many  gas shells has been exploding at the  railway  station    at     Groendacl,      six  Versailles. ��������� In opening the. session of the peace conference, M.  Clemenceau, presiding officer, speaking to thc Germans, said:  "It is unnecessary to express needless words. You have before you  the plenipotentiaries of the small  and great powers united in this  most cruel war, which was imposed  upon   them.       Thc   hour   has   arrived  miles  south of Brussels, where   Can-   for  a  heavy   settlement  of    the  adian troops were inspected by King-  Albert eight days ago. The depot  has been under guard of 150 Belgian  soldiers,  and  six     hundred.     German  count."  Paul Du Tasta, secretary-general of  the peace conference, delivered a  copy  of  the  treaty   to     Count     von  Kenum for Airships  Large Quantities Will Be   Produced  ia Canada at Low Price  London. ��������� Professor McLennan of  Toronto Univcrsitj-,    was invited by  its. ^iZ~.   8_-       **���������*"   "        *���������_"****_!"   8  prisoners have been at work near it. j Brockdorft-Rautzau, head of thc Gcr-  It is believed there arc many killed j man delegation, who made a brief  and wounded, but tlie number of vie- j reply.  tims will not be known for several; Vount von Brockdarft-Ranty.au sani:  days, j "We  declare   that  we  do    not   deny  Many houses in the. neighborhood j the extent of our defeat. We know  have completely collapsed and windows and roofs for two miles around  the scene of thc explosion have been  shattered. This is especially the  case at IToeylaert aud neighboring  towns where there arc thousands of  hot houses. The movement of trains  over the Namur Luxemburg line has  been interrupted. It is reported that  while workmen vverc unloading a  wagon filled with shells a detonator  exploded in the nanus of a German  prisoner, setting fire to the ammunition boxes. After ihe explosion the  German prisoners broke the barbed  wire cordon surrounding the camp  and fled in all directions through the  woods.    Only 150 have been arrested  Paris. ��������� Thc  clause regarding responsibilities, which was not acted on  at the previous session of thc plenary conference, it is understood, has  been incorporated in thc final draft  of thc treaty.    This provides for the  the power  of the  German  armies  is  broken."  He said he was unable to admit  that Germany was solely culpable and  demanded that the allies make peace  according to President Wilson's  points.  Germany pledged itself to rcpai-.-  tlie wrong* done to Belgium and gave  assurance of the reconstruction of  the territories in northern France.  Count von Brockdorff-Raritzau asked for the liberation of German  prisoners and said that Germany  adopted the league of nations.  Siberian Army Needs Clothes  oiilv-C.       J.J.1C   -iDeifc-aali. glial uo   at   laiv;   u.*~-  pot succeeded in escaping in safety.  Thc explosions were clearly heard in  Brussels.  triai Oi tne tonucr vjrcrnian emperor  admiralty in 1915  to   investigate thc possibility of large scale 1 for a supreme offence "against inter  production of helium, found in large  quantities available in natural gas in  Ontario and western Canada, produc-  ablc at a cost of a shilling per cubic  foot. The United States also co-operated and gave large orders for machinery and plants. Thus thc possibility of securing large supplies of  helium was assured simultaneously  with the practical details of production.  Airships inflated with helium have  been developed by thc British navy  aud thc progress made warrants the  opinion that in another year large  quantities of helium will bc produced  in Canada at a low price and helium-  filled airships will be in service.  national morality and the sanctity of  treaties," by a tribunal composed of  representatives of Great Britain, the  United States, France , Italy, and  Japan.  s  Formulated in 1867  Highest Spire in the World  Thc highest spire in the world is  that of Ulm Cathedral, which is 530  feet, in height. It was completed in  1890.  Small Powers Allowed  Paris. ��������� It was decided that the  following delegations which were to  bc excluded will be admitted to the  congress at Versailles when thc fteace  terms are handed to the Germans:  China, Siam, Cuba, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Hayti, Panama, Liberia and  Honduras.  SOvrvv.rAin Cd  0.   . xr V X\X0.,j.  ���������Plat-.  Wearing Apparel  Vladivostok. ��������� The Siberian army  needs underwear and thc powers that  be have devisevL a unique plan for  providing this wearing apparel. In  brief, this solution is conscription of  underwear.  The male population of the city is  ordered to provide thc clothing on  the  following  scale:  Those enjoying a salary of 600 to  1,000 roubles a mouth must supply  one set. Those who earn from 1,000  xr.    s crxrs    t.i -     ii,     -     ..-*���������-t  lu   a.,x)lilj   luuuics   it   munt-ti   are   a si-ecu  for two sets. From 1.500 to 2,000  ces captured Vilna recently thcy cap- roubles the tax is three sets, and  turcd and shot Adolphc Joffe, the|from 2������000 roubles upward, four sets,  former Russian Bolsheviki ambassador at Berlin, according to Polish  newspapers received here.  Ambassador oi .rccas was snot  Copenhagen.  "When   Polish   for  Desirable Six-Room House  Soviets Arrest Revolutionists  Loudon.��������� A. wiicless message from  Budapest announces the execution by  the revolutionary tribunal of two  men and imprisonment for a long  term, villi hard labor, of several others, under accusation ol" planning a  conspiracy on a large scale. In a  iiiibliv r.i*--"celt, the "!<i*-"-"*ri.*n commissary, Mr. Szanmcly, has described  the duty ui ilu*. i'ol.-ilu.viki .im lhc .stilling up of revolution through-nil tin"  whole  of  Kurope.  Renew.iiii  T.udc iu  Ai'^eutiiia  lUieims Aires. -- The Argentine legation   at   Berlin   has  cabled  that    a  syndicate   h.ii  been  m���������j_-..iiii/...d  in  thai  city   to   li'..ii*c   nc.iv >   pn. i u,.,-.v .*.   u.   ,i4  ...iitim-   i.u al-;.   I'ci'euls,     and      other  3ond;,tufY:;.      The   German    (hlejcates  will  sail   for  this    city    iiniiiedi.i'cly.  Thc legation <'.iy-- they an* "ein-io\v������-r-  ������;<l   to   c.o-opeiali-   with   Gft'm.ui    * iti-  /.run   aud   German   hanks   in  Ai������i  Experiences  of  War  Have  Made   It  Nearer Fulfillment  London. ��������� The revived interest  shown in the project of constructing  a tunnel under thc Straits of Dover  to connect Fug-land and Fiance by  railway is a reminder that this  scheme was first formulated in 1867,  and that only -the experiences of the  war and ihe inetrcased friendship between the two countries on either  side of the channel have made it  nearer fulfillment. Fvcr since thc report of the first Anglo-French committee war. made on the subject, active work has been held up by thc  attitude of British military opinion.  That opinion, accordin-**; lo Sir Arthur Fell, M.P,, the chairman of the  house,  ol  commons     channel     tunnel  committee  has  now    experienced     a  p   r ii ���������       p _     ....:.���������..  change, aim num  nus  inuni-i-    <ui.iv..,  the   hope   of   the   supporters   of      the  scheme, that the  construction  of thc  tunnel   may at   la-*!   be  taken   in  hand.  Owners of real estate and commercial and industrial firms have to furnish underwear on thc same scale, according to thc income of their business. A set of underwear consists  of one shirt, one pair of pants, one  pair of socks and two pairs of foot  rags.  Munich Expresses Joy  Munich..  ���������  All   Munich   celebrated  thc  victory  over   the   Soviet   government. The streets were crowded with  people,  who   cheered      thc       parsing  troops or gave    them     refreshment-;.  Captured Spartacans were  hooted aa  they    were     escorted    through     the  streets,   bands   pi-ayed   national      airs  outside  the  captured  palace   and  crowds sang patriotic anthems.  the  Germany  Refuses  to  Pay   Indemnity  Paris. ���������- Tim German delegates to  the peace congress declare that thcy  will sign the peace treaty, but that  Germany will not pa;> an indemnity.  In the diseu>-i<an m" peace terms by  Germany, through both her ofiici;*!  and unofficial spokesmen, she has invariably dr:r,\n a distinction between  reparations and indemnity, construing the latter in euYrt as punit've  damages. It serins probable, the'.."'  fore, that tin* ru'usal to pay an ''indemnity" would nnan in effect that  ���������ihe would decline to p-'O' *->\hat :' ������  regarded   a-   such   damages.  Jhicim  in  obtaiuir.;;  food supplies."  Sweden's Last Year Harvest  Stockholm. ��������� In spite of the fact  lh.it the result of last year's harvest  in Sweden might  be described as me-  .-* ,.4 .,-.-I-.,!      p.'tll       ������llr������.       lil-p-p-rPrf        Af  1"'17,  the   monetary  value,   shows     a  V.  N.       U  1 ?63  ureal ineii.asc for nearly all hinds ot  cereals and vegetables. The central  bureau of statistics estimates that thc  total value of the harvest amounts to  inc.   i.ii ./i.   .-iiiin   nl   .-,.i(ii.'^-D.-jVMll.   ������' I'i-V* II ."->,  ���������i.   ...ncs.    v,i       over 1,000,000,000  ������*m   in'"  nv'-rai'-' of   ivi.vi'-i/,  -|tlie  amount   tlu n   Dcmg \,.J.<.'tl.'M/,OW  i ��������� ���������  It is not necessary ihat the small  inexpensive home .should be unattractive as to exterior or incomplete  aud   inconvenient   iu   the   interior,  iiie design bliovvu herewith demonstrates those two facts iibt-.o-  lutely.  A ijhuic.c at the perspective and the.  riadcr instinctively thinks of an expensive  huiiic,  Lui  loo:,,  iii   ihe  fluoi  of this home arc artistically good  and naturally the architectural proportioning is  correct.  Thc large living* room with its open  fireohicc     is     laid   out   so   that,   furniture  may be  placed   to  display  itself j assembled,    demanding  to  ".tdv.ml.igc, | suuuli'.g   "iJ.j.;..    .vi;..  Notice may well be drawn to the  sechulcd Bcrccncd verandah ^*od the  jilecping balcony.  Height is  obtained j Chinese   Objectronsi  Starving People Shot by Reds  London. *������������������ Fov-.r liui'drcd person*  were killed in Moscow last wctlc  when the Red Guards were called  upon to disperse riotcrr-, <ays an l*.x-  change Telegraph company dispatch  p-iuoting advices from Fast Germany.  Tli.p  ra*'ii-diie-     iCMilte.l   when  rrowili  food       unit  t...i  Mr*''     -i ���������  'ih  i i-fovn*  i  I tlie   ;  I i'iiii'  .    r-.:i*.,..- I-,, i     i-i,I-:.. ti,.   r*i.:.-***.-"  Liil-        .ill- V   I' '. '4, ....,-...._; -      ., -    ���������      . _    _.. - ��������� .. -   --     -          -        -   plan;;   ami It  will  be   -.ecu   Hut    the | thc   ~U\.~  from   the  room   floor level | a  :r.*r.::*.g  uVul-d   to     mr'ruet     the  house    iu    only    twenty-two tert hy  to the floor of the balcony. | Chinese delegates m J'ans not to r,igu  t   "aiuce    ticnay   ,.;���������-'���������..;"' hj,    um-    vh.i.i.'w  tweniy-cigiit    irrt.       ji iu;      rxpeii'iiv*'  p-flVct is due  lo lh<i fact  that  thc lino  J  HIS   JM   ail    ail''jap tliei     io    l-IC    UVSH  mall  honi".  rit-hta  "ti  S!i''���������-.'tung to  thc  Japanese.  ������^,WM^������������Wm������^*������������i>,l^^mWllWlrMI������  r������������.m.iM4|4r,������Pi4'������PM������P������M4f PlP4ri'i44WP4.,-   w.,. 44.uwr,.. Tim. ..mmm���������mi  III. .IIUIIIIIIMIIMIPII'IIPP  I.U ���������L.UiXtaS:i0k.i'xA'X^M\iii^-0~-~^ii,'xXx^^^ tmiMUi'l-A\il������mViih'.  SWW!^^  il. kmriVSirmmt^Ati^tll^  jl-^ j tUx^JLdZ.* --~~--i. it" r-n -    - *-������������������-* '���������'nr''"'"*'''"'*-*^^ r'^Sr^-'Si^'gJJ'g^  ��������� a:A/a ins  .���������'-������������������������������������ ���������'.,-v'"^**,****p"i  Kir;  Itf**.  wm  W  llll,  m  1,1.  *s*)*ui-a3  ���������^..���������"jyU;.  <-i-B-������iCpiarmtf-*4-B.T  ..V-*^^* "J*-**"-";-  NMpW  ��������� "*������������������*���������  NECESSITY may sometime compel you to surrender your investment in War Savings  Stamps, -but should this happen you get all your  money back, with a good rate of interest in addition  for the time in which you have lent it to the  Government.  (Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp   worth   $5.00   in   1924.  KATIONAI.  WAR   SAVINGS   COMairTTSaB  (British Columbia Division)  Vancouver, B. C.  nAmana-fct I iRirtu gumic-rnv  UAililUff-a LlllCil BJlUUdBill  Flax for fibre roust be grown   from  seeds specially grown for fibre purposes, as strains used for other   purposes  sacrifice length and   firmness   of fibre  to amount of oil   in   the   seed.      It is  quite possible to get a   crop   of   fibre  und a crop of seed from one plot,   but  as the plant? woduce better fibre when  pulled before quite x'ipe a large proportion of seed is unripe and   so   useless.  In Ireland for instance the 'production  of seed".ind fibre are carried on separately, whiie in Russia   both   are   produced on same acreage.   The fact that  Ireland Jiasflourished as a flaxr-produc-  ing country has   perhaps   too   firmly  rooted the idea  that   successful   fibre  flax growing depends   upon   a   moist  climate.  So far flax has been produced in  Canada chiefly from Russian seed and  of course such flax is not entirety suited to our conditions of climate, and  has done much to prejudice Canadian  farmers against  fibre   flax     growing.  ROBT, LAMONT  INSURANCE   -    REAL. ESTATE  DEALER IN GOAt-  There is however reason to believe  that it is possible to produce a flax  that wi,!! do we!! in the drier areas of  Canada, and still p.royide the length,  quality and uniformity of fibre of that  obtained from best Russian, seed in  moister areas of Canada. The production of Canadian seed would of coarse  materially lessen cost of seed, the  C/?������STOA/    -    -    B.C.  iiievroiet  a wl  ( ll-p-vrol.-t Touring l-.*0  J{.l07r������  Baby  (Ir-iMfl  Sp.������,-ial  Touring  tt. 1 /���������***- -  ���������Tilht .>  lessen cost of seed, the  im  ported now   bringing   as   high as   six  dollars per bushel.  In point of area Canada would seem  to be pre-eminently suited for the cultivation of fiax. To date practical experiments have proyen the suitability  of extreme east and w_est of the country and of the ''������&' Li^Wf en.ee valley,  thus in die a ting that the moisture in a  a river valley may be quite as satisfactory as sea moisture.  The  coast areas of B.C. have   produced flax of most excellent qualtiy; it  yet remains to be proved if similar fine  qualities can be produced   along   the  river valleys of the interior.   Perhaps  the most suitable area   for   this  purpose will be the   reclaimed   Kootenay  fiats. For though flax does not do well  on land that has been long under water, this would be no objection  on   the  fiats as most of   this   area,   has   only  been under water for a few   weeks   a  season. Here would be found not only  the soil content   suitable to fibre   flax  dv-vc*IouiJie*"i."ii but ixibO tue    median icui i-  conditions as well, as fibre flax requires some depth of soil   to   provide   anchorage for-   its   delicate   thread-like  routs which penetrate the soil to nearly the same distance as the stem   rises  above. Por this reason the   soil   must  be well drained and well   worked   pp.  An excess of humus   gives   excess   of  wood in the fibre and so   impairs   the  purity of the fibre.   On this account, it  is customary   to   use fertilizer on the  previous crop.    The smoothness of the  sui-race is so essential   that   that   the  Held   may  he   rolled   before   or   after  seeding, or both.  Am it is difficult fo weed   flux   without, sacrificing some of the small plants  it, im well to select a soil as   free from  ! weeds an possible and so prevent delay  ! of stilting when harvesting.  Tin- amount of need to be '.own dc-  , jr ai.l.-r I.lively upon pei'������".eiitago of  : germinal ion and heavier soil requires  i more seed as tiloie seeds die. Fill dry  1 rtt-eits t.hieU planting conserves moist-  I nee ."I (j-i-owing plants, while in wet  I .ut-riM plants lodge nnd rot. It is well  to sow not less    than    I ,'i   bushels   per  danger of destroying the small nlants.  ���������yhudren of light weight tr\iake very  good weeo,*?r.*3j. -ind if tlie weedin*-** is  done against the wind the plants tend    -    w^._p".J.Ji-r> ���������w._��������� __ m-y,    ,mZ2mm^~-.~   , VmSX-d-^m.,.-,   weeds which develop after the plants  sre more than 6 inches tail . may be  picked when the flax has attained  some height. If flax is "-slanted be-  tween.rows of fr!*it, .trees , it.wip be  possible to reach.the weeds from either, .sule. ^   -  To harvest both seed and fibre it is  necessary to pick flax when tbe stems  have turned yellow for about half of  the length of the stem; though flax  pulled earlier is supposed to produce  finer, quality of fibre. Binders for harvesting fibre flax are now being perfected, but hand pulling has the advantage of allowing for sorting where  plants vary in length. The tips of the  roots must be kept even and the jspil  shaken off. The flax is tied iu bundles  about 8 inches in diameter with the  binding stalks.near.the top so that the  sheaves may be spread put at botyom  for drying rather th.an stooked. T[le,  seed-bolls should not be allowed to become e*ntangled. If ;it is desired to rett  the,flax at once.the, tops may .be cut'  off and the seed capsules spread out to  dry. There are various machines for  separating the seeds and rebinding  the flax.  Successful flax culture has the ad-  yantage.of lending itself to co-operative manufacturing and has the further advantage of very small undertakings being successful. Nor is iinen  manufacture the only object attained  in its culture. There are any number  of allied industries that.should stimulate a farmer to produce fiax for fibre  anct ix necessary get in touch with a  variety of markets. Coarser fibres are  in delnand for rugs, coarse towels and  binde,r twines. The waste fibres n-nd,  a market a tow for upholstering purposes; finer fibres again are in demand  for making of writing paper. Recently flax fibre is being manufactured into building and insulating material in  which the fibre is brought by a secret  process to semi-liquid conditio**! aud  .moulded under pressure to the desired  About 50. men have Glrea-dy comij  forward as wanting to join Nelson'*?  swagger new $30,000 golf club.  The Kootenaian demands to know  why the butcher at Kasio is charging  more for meat than the shops at New  Denver and Nelson.  "Por municipal work Penticton aldermen haye just invested $3800 in a  Republic truck, and have hired a $100  uuiluu ufiv  Cl'   XLJX    ILI*  form. Of course in these days of competition in this as in other industries  a market does not come to the farmqr  (as he may fondly hope)���������he must  either find or make it.  ucuft*? iir   i/ftnvra-.*.*���������<*>  i������j:s*m ur &uuiEniif3  Dr. Read is the new president of the  Kaslo Liberal Association.  Trail will collect taxes on a total  assessment of $1,108,025 this year.  The Railroad Y.M.C.A. at Cranbrook now has a  membership of 140.  In the first three months of the year  six new residence phones were install?  ed at Kaslo.    *  'The concentrat������-������r at Kaslo is operating again, but ab present is only running ope shift.  Dnntv.iA.. :.-. :.. /5....v.~..~~-a���������������������������__ .-!.._-  A., p.  ..ir.p..prp.r ,x   l.v   M,x   XX,IX rtPtlP^CPl* AVJX    LiXTiLM   XXftiT O  P.  I  ������ >  -1     .   I  ,rl  ll.lai;        .,������../      'H.^liiii        '  . :iuivrr>l<'t Cars for salV one-  P.-tl-y (rranil 'l'<Miring. i..*arly  new', al Jf-IIMMl, anrl oiw 4- !������0  I .>!:->  iil<������'i(.l.  The t im������* of  11.,. .,,.���������,, .... 11,(  b  sowing   depends   upon  >)���������/!, ,.p.(.Vv /i|*i'(,f|    '|hii������!<|  due to a broken gear wheel at the elecr  trie light plant.  Nelson W.C.T.U. has 50 members.  They raised $46 last year, and expend:  ed less than $20.  Penticton and Fernie councils arc-  already giving notice that there wil]  be sales of land for taxes this fall.  Trail's population was at a stunstill  for April. There were two births and  two deaths.    Nobody got married.  A carload of Choyrolot autos that  arrived at Cranbrook last week were  all sold as quick as they were unloaded.  Cranbrook householders now gob  eight quarts of milk for a dollar. At  Nelson only six uro to he had foi- that  amount.  The show of blossoms indicates a  particularly heavy crop of cherries,  apricots and peaches in the Okanagan  this your,  Tho board of tiado af Nelson wants  the government*.ferry at that point  operated longer hour.** for the next  lew montliH.  Nelson   board   of   trade   would   t-*ell  At Kaslo the younger generation  likes dancing so well that they cheer-  ���������fullv hoe ifc down until 1 a-.**1 S.nd SO  home without the usual line of lunch.  If Kaslo can arrange to have an ex*-  cursion steamer run to that town from  Nelson it is likely the.usual 24th of  May celebration will be held this yeiir.  It is reported the government will  build a new.and bigger wharf at Proctor���������of concrete. And they, may put  in* a like structure at Kootenay Land-,  ing.  Already this month one motor  agency at Penticton claims to have  sold sqyen Fordson tractors, six Republic trveks, five Dodge and six Ford  cars.  New Denver opened its brand new  school last week with a concert and  dance, w:hich gpt the"ai$l^,\yhere*withi  to buy some extra decorations for the  rooms.  In a little over four years Trail citizens gave $20,360 to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. In the same period the  smelter employees came across with  $97,066.  At Kaslo the housewiyes are cashing  in on their soap wrappers in order to  secure pictures to present to the G.W.  V.A. with which to decorate their  elubroohi.  It's fine being a Reyelstoke sky pilot  these times. This nt*onth two of then)  are getting trips to Montreal to coiqe  back as Y.M.C.A* representatives on  troop trains.  Revelstoke council is asked to-spend  about $5000 to acquire a site for a  ,to.wn park, which a ladies' organization has guaranteed to develop and  .equip in fijcst-class style.  There is no beating the brand of  thrift they have at Kasio. This year  instead of buying the youngsters  marbles and baseball goods parents  are encouraging their children to fly  CX > L<?0.  The Herald has sure and certain  proof that spring is earlier at Cranbrook this year than last. In 1918 the  salmon "would not bite until the middle j**-? May. This year catches were  made on AP1"'! 23rd.  Vernon must be paying preachers'  salaries in full and in good measure  these days. Rector Laycock of the  Church of England has just started on  a three mouths' trip to England, and  had enough money to t-ike his wife  with him, too.  Cranbrook was more holy thai)  righteous for a couple of days the fore  part of May. Seven ministers were  there lending a hand with the install;  ation of Presbyterian pastor Lyon.  And concurrently the presbyteria*  was in session with about 20 outside  ladies in attendance.  LAWD ACT-AMENDMENT  . Pre-emption now coniflne-3: to eurvayetS  ���������?iT*L*f*.9  0*"**.'*'.  Records -will be: tpranftedL covertag oaly  land suitable for* aspr-tcisiturial' purposes  and -which is non-timber; '���������������*"���������*������<.''  -P-artnersfeip ������re-e*tH*atio--*-j5 -S-soilsliod,  but parties of not mors tlj^ii "Taia*-* may  arrange for adjacent ppe-craptions, with  jO.r.t residence, but 6&u*u ixL&tAas u-C&a-  sary improvements .on. respective claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements   to  value of $10 ner acre. - Ihcluduis dearlias  .  and cultivation of at least 5 acT-a, before receiving: .Ctftwn Grant.  Where pr@-e<nptc-r in cccupatio-a not  less than 8 years, and has made DK)por-  tionate imprbvemonts, he m&y, becausa  of 'H-healtb. or ������?t*5-f������* cau-ss. ba. sranted  ir.tcrrr.ediate certiflcsts cf i-r-ap-roremciBt  and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent "ftsldenoe  M4r.tr V.rx Ir4n.tA^ xx~rx7.fAr.Jt mmwIUmw. ^rxmVr���������m  ...xxji     ^xj   ,U4auvru   A** *" * Jxxvjxx   cpuuptprppup   IIPP���������..pitw  improveneents to extent ox "JS00 ujeff^ess-  num and records same each yea*?. "B^lr  ure to make improvement������ or reeord  same will operate as fo*ffett*uff., TiPe  cannot be obtained M>n these claims \~\  less than 5.years, with improvements osr  ?10 per acre, includine B acres oleairefl  and cultivated, and .residence of ��������� at  least 2 years. - _  Pre-emptor-holdiniT Crown Grant -may  record another pre-emption, If he requires land rln conjunction *������itia his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements saaae ana  residence maintained oh-Crown grajt***  .land. . .,      v-^  tlnsurveyed areas, not esceedlns -SC*  acres, may br-* leased j-ts bqme3i������.vTjs;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential -and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes,  areas.exceeding.<540 acres may be leased  by one person or company.  PREtEMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.  TPV./P    c4rpr,TP*>    rxf    Xtvia      \4,+f    la    ^P*i!ST*z**ed    tO  ���������lr.c!uaewalf ������persoris joining and s*ervlhg  with His Majesty's Forces. The time  within which the heirs or devisees of a  deceased pre-emptor may apply, ior  title under this Act is extended irom  one year from the death of such person,  as formerly, until one year���������- after -the  conclusion of the present war. This  privilege is ajjso made retroactive.  townsi <-e/property allotment  if-' ���������* ACT.  Fro vision is made for the grar*. to  persons holding uncompleted Agreements to Purchase from the Crown' of  such proportion of the land, if divisible,  as the payments already made will  cover in proportion to 'the sale price of  the whole parcel. Two or more persons  holding such Agreements may jp-oup  their interests and apply for a proportionate allotment jointly. If it is not  considered advisable to" divide the land  covered by an application for a proportionate allotment, an allotment of land  of equal value selected from available  Cro\->n lands in^ the locality may be  made. *j.'heae allotments ars c-onp-.st.on-i..  upon payment of all taxes due the  down or to Jivay municipality. Ths  rights of persons to whom the purchaser from the Crown has agreed to  sell are also protected. The decision of  the Minister of Lands in respect to the  adjustment of a proportionate allotment  is final. The time for making application for these allotments is limited to  the 1st day of -May, 1919. Any application made after this date will not be  considered. These allotments apply to  town lots and lands of the Crown sold  _ at public auction.  For information apply to any "Provincial government Agent or to  G. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of *ua.n6 i.  Victoria, B. C  ���������*":  Percheron Stallion  An m  Of  Service Fee $10 Cash  Apply to  C. BLAIR,     Erickson,  B.C.  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  Tbis is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Sht&fttroch B-*rg*#sfI  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Han-  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock^  products.  & GO., Ltd.  |'yfll*l'flpP������PPT-T*|lTP|^r������U|fiU^|*.t)j^i  ma  d.-N.Now   dui-inK   '���������������������������' period of | ���������'"������������������s ������������������>  that. M-Ktion  to provide the  j-fovei'Mineiit   to  ..wild  ^.������������������������������������.'l.i-.-,! '. a -gel .il.ioo, mil l.itt-i- than  \l,iy ."'M.h. Kl.iif (>-rowii as a rotation  i-t'iti an'l rut I'Hi'lv' for   fiultlt-r <lii<", not,  money   for  the  the Ymir i-oiid.  ;-..",  li  ���������ly  as  (II  ire  Si-(*  I  MI'S.  us bc-for*- hiiyin^.  * n\  \i-.*-A-  PmhrRfi h Ff8ffiH8J.fi  l i'l ) 11 il ���������'   'A i  II..V.  F.lux: ipi'fil  lii.iV   In- 'iiv*. a  I in lailra-it   ur  ,t. ;ii,.,i  ,.    I     i   i     . ., ...,.,i   ,...  i ak.'.l aii a -'������������������ I Ik-  -1 ������-��������������� i I  ,    rnvi-rin-f    tln>  ���������ll-l\    [II   ,t   (|l'|/t)|   ll|    ||,|||      ,||,       IKlll. I'llll  a., tlii-i! i.f i.'.'.u,^,; l.n.aili a .!. ti.i-i llMU'li  (.,,.-,,..,,,!,(. r.i il ,i, ,i in,ut''i fi'i'i ilu  nol    Ip'jivi*   an   ilr.-j,    .,   ili'pri",'ji.t,   h*i   a  Tu-h ri.h  ICi*\ clulokt'  ��������� ���������::(������   rent -tttrunt    Icei-perr. at  were  lutst.   week   lined   $5  ������P4W4������.4P M -  1741   M     70d   PMT*  TJl t ������ 0-.VJ4 r   7d . ������  ill  IU  and costs for each having a white njirl  in t heir "tuploy.  Hiihiim-hh is inr.ri.'iiipin-j; so rapitlly at  the eil y hull that I Iv Nclui) i-omieil  ha.-' hired another eleik, at, $100 a  moot li for a at art.  NelMio in Kettiii|JC leady  to lender a  I. ......,..���������(   in  (M'.lr.   I'n-.' i,lent   Hrat.l.y  -.-. h.'ii In- pay,-, that eity hi-   Ural oIKleinl  ., ',    . Il     .4 .... t     ...ri.il  Ih  m^Bt JBLJL JLTflAv. JOL -%.JL Q*-��������� \0vm~f >pW JL      W    JL m������~> '"V"*  "VOUR banking requirements may  JL be entrusted to this Bank with  ���������every connuence ihat careiui and  efficient service will be rendered.  Our facilities are entirely at. your  disposal.  THF. CANADIAN  WANK  OF-COMMERCE   ..  Tl  m-mm-vm~0mm~-tt)~-t4m  ~0*vSmm.mmrivmim-v-  Creston  B  n   .a   n  fallen, ������o. o. oenneti, Manager  -���������������������������- -������������������uy  ,i������,.������ ������ii������iiw'������.'w.-a*miw������j,t^^^ -x4ijixvm~mix-Mmj~--m  ���������j'^Aj  ���������~mm*ymm  /  HffffffyfflB^ji^  TsxSa  VRES-RON  KlflVIEW  THE CRESTON REVS  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C-  Subscription :   $2 a year in advance;  ������?'������   lxf\  4- rx   TT   CI   *irM..^p>   vpj-   xJ ������K>.   P/l#liItiS.  ���������C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner*  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAYr^lAY 16  When the people of Canada last  year subscribed $695,000,000 to the  second Victory Loan they did a  great thing for themselves and the  Dominion. They enabled Canada to  make a splendid finish in the war,  they kept busy the wheels rf the  eonntry,s industry and made a first  class personal investment.  On May 1 these Victory Bondholders will draw their first interest, return on these bonds in the  four, of $18,000,000. Every province will share in this, from  Prince Edward Island with $85, -  000, up to Ontario with $8,600,000  And this is only one-half of what  these 1918 bonds will pay this year.  The 1,100,000 people who bought  the bonds did not inflict on themselves any hardship in doing so.  They did themselves a good turn,  for the bonds are quoted three or  four points above par. The money  is absolutely safe, and it is enabling  the bondholders to collect $36,000,-  000 this year.  Will this amount be permanently saved? It will, if those v? ho draw  it put, it into War Savings and  Thrift Stamps. A War Savings  Stamp is a Victory Bond iu miniature.  to library patrons this week.    The  books yare:  An Ambitious-Woman.  Ariadne of Alan Water.  The Beauty.  Brown Study.  The Financier.  By Force of Circumstances.  A Grain of Dust.  Ker Heart's .Desire.  The House Over the Way.  Infatuation.  Jewel Weed.  The Kingdom of Slender Swords.  Lady Barbarity.  Lady Rose's Daughter.  The Light of Western Stars.  The Man Bet\v:on.  Mrs. Bssington.  MrsLHaliburton's Trouble.  My JLady Cinderella.  Nobody's Child.  The Second Wife.  A True Woman,  The Open Window.  The Quest.  lied Pepper's Patients.  Slayes of Success.  Th*  .y    tji i& i.  -*������gs x0~?BSSmrSSSSS S &22*SmtSmf  ������*���������<���������������' tmtt-tmw     ~m^~0 tmw���������**��������� mtmi*mmtm~mr      mm    ���������*���������     ���������Wmwmriim'mm  When Dreams Come True.  Won by Waiting.  The Yoke of Silence.  This brings the library up to 135  volumes, and the Institute very  fully appreciates the generosity and  t hough tsulness of the donors.  Work of Session  Ably Reviewed  ing regulations provision has been  made for goyernment diamond drilling of properties, and Mr* Keen expected that most likely this year one of  the drills would be at work determining the extent and quality of the iron  deposits at Kitchener.  Raspberry Cup  Changed for1919  (Kaslo Kootenaian)  Kaslo having got through -ihe  agonies of clean up day and having  emerged therefrom with flying colors, the community can afford to  sit back-as it were and witness the  efforts that, are being made down  in the djrection of Creston to rout  out the tin cans, and last year's  decayed vegetables and make things  generally presentable. Some of the  natives of Bro. Hayes' "Garden of  Eden" are getting quite het about  it, and are of the opinion that  something ought to be done to end  such a,/disgraceful state of affairs, as witness the following  effusion of a correspondent of the  Review :  . ���������* Why not print a strong letter in  The Review re a clean-up and paint-  up day in and around ureston. It  certainly do--s look bad around back  premises and outbuildings; such rubbish heaps. I don't see the sense of  advertising Creston in the hope of getting people to locate here when the  town looks so un cared for, and neglected generally. I know that strangers  have little else to do here but view the  unsightly back premises, as there is no  moving picture show, even, in which  to pass the time between trains, or  after a person's shopping is done.  VVhy not make use of the Wednesday  afternoons and thus.put that otherwise useless holiday to some good use.  Cleanliness is next'to godliness."  All of which indicates a terrible  condition indeed. There i.s a suggestion here for some enterprising iu  dividuals, provided Cro9tonites do'  noj, tako the gentle hint and clean  up their front aud back yards a  little bit. Some enterprising gent  i-oiild buy a couple of goats and  past lii-v t hem amidst the tin cans  and empty beer bottles of tho fruit  metropolis. (-hutts are said to thrive  on a diet of that sort,. Another  party could o,stii,blifi)i apicturo show  and run oil'two or throe reels be-  t.wot'ii the trains, which wonld ibn1*  make tho midday hour one grand  round of delirious excitement.  Sirdar's tScncr-ifsfty  * i-oHioii Women m liisliLul.n library was handsomely r<*mp-iiiln*i ������-.l  thi.-; week by W. II. Morris-' and  .1. Mul )iai tniil of Sirdar who have  donated .'10 volumes of oiiriviil lie-  lion, tho books urrivin-j- by i-spivus  mi   Monday, and   will   be   .-ivnilnhK-  Hon. John Keen, M.P.P., scored a  decided success at his meeting with  the ratepayerX on Saturday uight to  reyiew the work of the past legislative session at Victoria. He had an  audience of about a hundred voters,  quite a few of whom were ladies, and  his non-partizan handling of the various matters on which lie touched was  a much-appreciated change from the  old-Lime meeting of this* sort. The  chair was occupied hy Capt. Crompton  who spoke briefly in introducing the  speaker, and at the close.  The fore part of Mr. Keen's address  was devoted to a recital of some of the  acts passed that were of special benefit  and interest to women, He emphasized the measure that aimed at giving  female employees in all classes of industry a fair day's pay and standard  hours. The act that prohibited the  employment of white girls as help in  Chinese restaurants and laundries.and  a bill that regulated the working, hours  in-Chinese wash houses, that was intended to eliminate the unfair conipe-  tion the white laundries are up against  in that the celestials worked two and  three shifts," and usually under very  unsanitary conditions. He briefly out  lined the simplified process of bringing  to justice-'husband'-- who desert their  wives; the new law that prevented  marriage of girls until' they had attained 21 years, except they had the  c msent of parents or guardian; and  the amended act that gave mothers an  equal paternal right with fathers in  all matters affecting their offspring.  Hitherto the father has been solely  and all powerful in this regard.  Speaking generally he dwelt at some  length on several beneficial amendments that had been made in the mining laws, more especially in the direct  tion of aiding the prospector and small  niineowner. Tlie appointment of dis-  t-ict mining engineers had been of  material assistance to the government  as well as those engaged iu the industry. The features of the new grazing  rogulation,**, which became eifective on  Friday last, were briefly touched on.  These provide a nominal charge on  stock running on provincial areas.  Copies of the act have been left with  secretary Lidgate of the Farmers' Institute and the speaker urged all interested to fantili-wi/.e themselves with  the new regulations. Mr. Keen was  at, some pains to direct attention to  the legislation that insists on wagons  being equipped with tyres np to six  inches in width for heavy hauling,  pointing out that the continued use of  the narrow tyre had boon responsible  for the heavy charges for road upkeep.  Getting' along to what had been  done for this end of the Kaslo riding  Mr. Keen stated that of .$81,000 that; it  whm estiinait-ii was needed for repairs  and new work of various sorts for the  whole ������������������.���������n'titiH-iuiy hut .".'JCTOO hud  been voted. He wiih pleased to announce, however, that in the grant for  bridges he had been able to secure nn  ample appropriation to .mVH the long  wanted high-level bridge over the (j oat  1 fiver at. Erieknon, and the hi Idy,*-  would   assuredly   be     completed    thi';  Official instructions have just  been received by local fruit selling  agencies of a change in the raspberry cup for the 1919 season.  What has been known as the Two-  Fifth cup and in use for the past  few seasons here is no longer a  legal package. It is replaced by a  hallock that is a half-inch shallower but is an inch wider and longer.  For strawberries the full pint of  other seasons will again be used.  By introducing the new raspberry container the whole of B.C.  now has a uniform cup. While the  new cup will hold slightly more  than the one formerly used, on account of its limited depth it will bc  necessary for growers to pack the  fruit at the edges to prevent slipping in handling and thus expose  the shallowness of the package���������  something that it was hard enough  to overcome with the old cup. The  letter  conveying   the   information  ���������       i? T"*������      *~*i      X        /���������""I'l *������ *���������    *     ���������**"     ���������*"���������> ��������� Z.  is from it. I*. Li. *oiarKe, cniet truit.  inspector for B.C., and reads:  i  rev, M  f. -iuti.  , xh  ay o.  R. B. Staples  . Mgr. Fruit Growers' Union  Creston, B.C.  T-p _.,,_,   CI*-,  "_������ear on,���������  At the Fruit Growers conyention in  Ottawa in March, 1918, the Fruit  Growers of B.C. asked for the standardization of the berry ballocks and  those agreed on to take effect on June  1, 1919, are as follows :  Deep pint for strawberries���������     .  4$ x 4"*! x 1������ deep. *  Two-fifth pint for raspberries  ���������5J x 54 x 1 in. deep.  The old two-fifth, 4-������ x 4������ * 14 has  been cut out, and is no longer a legal  package. I am just drawing your attention to this as it-is of great importance that all B.C. berries going to the  market should be in uniform packages, and in placing your order for  supplies you will govern yourself  accordingly.  Yours very truly,  K. G. L. CLARKE  With the new cup will come a  new crate, whioh will he slightly  shrunken as to depth, but will be  about three inches wider and almost five inches longer. Those  who have looked the new hallock  over predict it will not be suitable  for the shipping of black currants,  and it,is likelv these will have to go  out in the full pint strawberry cup.  Ssrdsr  MM.  tl,   1...  I right, of way to the approaches on both  j side*, slaked, ami   actual   construction  would be under way shortly. In the  : road appropriation provision was made  I lor putting the road from  Ki-it-kron to  Cunt fell in j..-<>od .-.lic-a* for ;.!. , I.i-p.--.es  ; oft raffle.  In < ������>iin.-. I inn with ihe l-eyr-ed min-  Mrs R. H. Ross has joined her husband at the coast, where they are  spending a short vacation.  Creston callers this week were Mrs.  Grundy on Saturday, and Mrs. I.oasby  on Tuesday.  Mrs. Tuohey and her guest, Mrs.  Good of Crowsnesti, are spending a,  few days this week with Nelson  friends.  Mrs. Cameron of Creston was here  for the week end, with her son, .J. A.  Cameron.  The Twilight Debating Society had  quite a lively session at the boarding  houso on Monday night, the foremost  topic being as to whether William TTo-  hoir/.ollorn should   be executed or not.  Another C.P.R. official who made a  stop at Sirdar tins week Supt. Cotterill of Vancouver who was* here ��������� arly  Tuesday morning em-nut.* home from  the east.  Mis. Goodman is spending a short  holiday   with     friends    at  Tocoma,  W.iaii., dL |M i-.si'lll,.  The North ranch is doing a. considerable export trade In water cress, shipments .startling this week.  Rev, .1. S. Mahood was here on  Monp.-iy night for ilu- usual monthly  Church of I'ltigland -lei-vice, which was  -���������--.'������������������ ���������.���������.-.*������ ..tit ,..*.���������,..  W.   I).  Tuohey mid K.    hi'iilii-K have  both invested in boats this spring, (he  new cra("f being of a type   that   work  well with outboard cnginen.  NV. 1>. Tlwnnpiion of Nelson, who  siiiiet-tiii i-'i-eu Minit.ii, Jim route ag.-ni  for the JDoiniiii.'ii lOxpress . "o., was a  viHilor here on Tiic.ilnv.  i^O. JL   Jd'JUJliiJ   -U^A'AW  \%T^     -mm.\1    \   . *   \j     vv XJ.A    CO  in a position tc offer beat qn?3\ty Feed Oats at  $2.80 per cwt. on the arrival of a car now loaded and in transit.  This is a straight car of Oats, bought from northern Alberta  and represents a big saving over oats we have been handling  from other points.  In this connection we would like to explain that we have  been forced to buy all our mixed ears from Southern Alberta  points as we could not seoure Bran and Shorts aud other necessary supplies elsewhere.  Since "mil! feeds have again become plentif"! vrs ha*vs be-i-n  abie to accumulate a surplus and this puts us in a position.to  purchase a car of Oats at a saving.  "We might also add that the purchase of this car required  business ability and keen buying instinct in sufficient quantities  to enable us to sign the Company's name at the bottom of an  order sheet*;.  In FLOUR we handle Robin'Hood, Mother's Favorite and  Five Roses.    There may be better flour.  o Fruit Grow  s  B  Li Ml TED  ������  an  ompany  I   I M ���������*���������***��������������������� l"*i  Mens and Ladies'  SPRING and SUMMER  jS feattina     fig  MEN'S in PENMAN'S  Spring needle in Shirts and Drawer.-*, all sixes  Spring needle Combination  Medium weight wool in Comlm.atum Snii  and Shirt and Dmweis���������all sizes  LADIES' in WATSON'S  Vests  and Combinations in   short  and sleevelrss  styles, in white and pink  Combination Suits in several styles, in light  and  medium weights, from iSOe. to ^'J.'Ja a suit  Crompfcony$ a !a Grace Corsets  in the ueNvest stvles  !_ im| "TED  n imnMifliiVil'W'K'n'li' ""'nm" 1 in     i m  mi  t  -  ATmXmi^JtMi tt tim jt&^SImm^m*ms\ymf2)v~���������Wm���������m  tfflJW'*!!tfy",*;*:*^^  '���������"i-^"i"-"'"i4,""������"������"  ��������� IT' "-������-'������4���������������'H.4J.lirar:i  li MBiMlllMtBMaillllmMMIlim-^^ '��������� 1 *��������� -Hi1,--  M.}X'\  ���������*-&���������;"  M  ���������fHE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     0.  '-~jSEA~-^4^r������~~~~m^  m  ���������Fl/  ml       I Will  A W*U  "j-jl was put to work pulling a plow���������  | {oxen were scarce in those 4ays oi the  ���������1  ������  Ferments or Disagrees  Iit-of  Pa<k������l  TImc-*!  *JlUi.~   xx\,U>~.    B.-UO.  whom  Thousands of broken-down despondent dyspeptics have recently been  given  back  their  health.  These happy-people don't proclaim  It was a miracle that endowed them  with a new lease of life���������it was simply their common sense in selecting a.  tried and proven medicine, one specially adapted to their particular ailment.  All these splendid cures were effected by Dr. Hamilton's Pills which  beyond all question have a strange  power to restore a weak or ailing  stomach.  If .-your stomach is tried and overworked try Dr. Hamilton's Pills, and  note the prompt improvement. Pain  before or after eating will disappear.  You'll no longer have that nauseous,  gassy, bad tasting sensation. YcTu'll  get a real vigorous appetite and digest  what you cat. Lots of well digested  food is bound to increase your  strength,  to make you brighter     and 1 my  mind  war���������it was iu December, 1917���������anc  I dragged this plow across the land,  and when I didn't cover enough  ground, or the furrows that I made  were crooked, I was beaten with a  leather cat-o'-ninc-tails that had nails  at thc  end of each thong.  tr s-b. a..s.a. =x -���������-.r^a..���������. v���������-  great    potentate  more ambitious. In a week you'll feel  like a different person, in a month  you'll be permanently restored.  For folks who are out of sorts, not  feeling just up to the scratch, perhaps bothered with headaches or  constipation, to them Dr. Hamilton's  Pills will  prove  a boon.  The Fiendish Turks  Man Taken Prisoner in Mesopotamia  Tortured Under German  Supervision  A        ii'f"f������������     *.*������������������������       T   1 ���������%���������*��������� t A * o      ClH*i/1nir        *\^(r������"M**Q  4. X- Wltvp.ii.        ~.t~        j-7- ~ *-,- _..   "���������    "3       *_* -_t ��������� i ���������_!��������� pj .'   i  V- \ v   v.*  tells the story of A. Roukliton, a native of Chicago, and a man of powerful strength, who served in the British Engineers, who was branded with  the "spider  of  death."  The writer give,--, this storj*:  This  mails  head is covered    with  short stubby grey hair, and his naturally high, fine  forehead gives plenty  of   room   for   a   sinister     sign      that  stretches from temple to temple and  from  thc  arch  of  each  eyebrow    to  thc edge of the scalp.   It is a heavily  tattooed design of a huge    crab-like  creature, which he afterwards told mc  is  called "Thc Spider of Death,"   or  the scorpion.  Tn some horrible frenzy of imagination this creature, which had been  pricked with blue, red and green  inks upon his forehead, has been  given three bodies. One lies over the  other, and each outline is clearly  visible. It shows first the shield of  Bulgaria, above that the military  drum of Germany, and, super-imposed upon these, ihe fez, the star and  the crescent of Turkey. On cither  bid-* stretch eight human booted legs,  while from the middle, or head of  this horror, hang? a ring showing  that ���������������:������������������*" man branded thus is the property  of  tl;**   Turks  for  eternity.     lie  I worked seemed to realize  that he was wasting good material  in rough, unskilled labor, and after  many weary punishments he placed  mc (with this badge of shame upon  my brow, with thc price of five  thousand marks upon my head  should I try to escape).as the guardian of his harem.  "Among the many women slaves  in this place there was a young  Arabian girl who had been stolen  and sold to the man who was our  master. She was unhappy to thc  verge of madness, and thc ho.ro ���������-  through which she went on many-  occasions nearly drove mc out of  I witnessed things done  to women that are past belief," and  I was helpless, a branded prisoner  with a price upon his head. 13y  methods that are too long* to tell you,  this Arabian and myself plotted and  planned together and succeeded in  escaping. Finally we managed to get  in touch with British troops.  "Let mc tell you that no imagination can do full justice to what I  have been through during thc time  of my imprisonment in Turkey.'5  Before he left I asked Mr. Rough-  ton if there, "were many cases of  branding such as his. and lie. told mc  that the particular brand of the  "Spider of Death" was not tisuai in  Turkey. It was done only iu thc .case  of men who were considered of special danger to the community, and  upon thc head of whom a price was  set. But iu Turkey the "Spider of  Death'' is a mark of fearful significance, and its gruesome character  makes it terribly trying. It is very-  hard for a man not to bc able to  take off his hat in a cafe or public  building without seeing people shudder.  "I don't believe that the mark can  ever bc taken away. I am told that  some men who have been branded  arc having skin grafted over the  marks, but it seems to mc the scat-  will bc almost as bad as the. mark  itself."  The Community Club movement is  making- good headway in the province of Manitoba under the. able  supervision of Mr. l-\ C. Middleton,  organizer. A large number of clubs  have been formed. Below wc give  copy of' constitution, which gives an  idea of how beneficial clubs can be to  thc community in which thcy are  formed.  A general committee shall bc elected composed of one or more representatives of thc various organizations or sections represented in the  club.  Standing committee's with conveners as above stated, and drawing two  or more of their number from thc  general committee, may be appointed  as follows:  1.   Public Forum  Committee���������  (a) To arrange for local debates  and secure speakers from time to  time who shall deal with public issues  and matters of social welfare generally.  (b) To co-operate with the extension department of the agricultural  college and the university.  (c) To encourage thc formation,  use and upkeep of a community library, using the schools as headquarters wherever feasible.  (d) To arrange for an annual address from thc local member of parliament,  preferably  before   thc   open-  A BI  nil  to  Ah  %J\ VUUIllW  A "Special L/f-cssing Adapted For  Automobile Tops  This dressing is prepared from a combination of essential oils and gums,  so blended as to impart a high gloss  to the top that is soft and pliable, so  that it may bc folded up without  danger of thc finish cracking o������-  chipping.  Once tried always used.  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO., Ltd.  HAMILxON,     CANADA  Iowa Bankers Receive Land  Winnipeg, Man. -��������� A party of Iowa  bankers visited western Canada . last  fall and made quite an extensive tour  of the country and as a result of this  visit they have secured a tract of  S,000 acres of land in the Swan River  valley, on the Canadian National railway, which thcy intend to break up  and get under cultivation as quickly  as possible. A. manager has been, engaged and it is planned to break 3,000.  five J  {������W^^  Ing ui tne icgiSiaturc.  Note���������It is distinctly understood,  that while contentious public issues  may be discussed on their merits, the  community  club    will    not  allow  its j acrcs th*s summer.    Last week  forum to bc used for the  purpose of j b;&. tractor  outfits    were    purchased j    k^^ ^^ these will bc put in    cora-  g   %B\S������-&*-9  HHJL gP,S  -me HBie&  M. Rotighton has a daughter, a  girl of twenty-two, who has been  nursing with thc Red Cross in  France. She was badly injured during thc bombardment of one of thc  hospitals by the Germans, and she  has now returned lo England with  her father.  IS    lliii  life.  Is. a.  ami ���������.  till-5*.  uh.  P.-..  crippled for  "l".!*-ll  r.ral  A-  al'-'  )    5-CCll    FCI'  : n   *.  ll     Soudan  i l. :: ���������  in   l-'r.mrr,  !. *ui  Iv   ii.   Mes-  ��������� -   ���������  .���������v..-;l.\     He  .. i i ���������: -.,     -a ' ll 1 ���������'  .-,;;,-      nmht  - i:.  ;������������������    j.*      ihat  .'.���������:.i.i      'hut  Minard's Liniment used  cians.  by    Phy si-  ii- iu:  Wealth in Arctic   Regions  Stefansson    Has    Plan    to    Develop  "Wool, Milk and Meat Industry  Ottawa. ���������- Vilhajahvuir Stefansson,  the Canadian Arctic explorer, in an  address before a large attendance of  members of parliament and senators  iu the railway committee room, presented a scheme for converting the  i A re lie and sub-Arctic regions of Can-  i i:nl,i iniu ;. -a. re-it wool, milk and meat  i | pia .iliicii!''-   ar- ;i.  ��������� ' Mr. Stef:ins-an> recently submitted  'tip. prop.-i-.al to Moi*. Arthur Mcighcn,  I ii'i'nii-'i i������������������>��������� i'i the interior, -whoso, de-  :: adiiiiiii-ti-rs the natural roof (In- north and il: was then  able,  that    Mr.  Stefans-  party propaganda  2.    Better Business Committee���������  This  committee  shall  be  composed  of  farmers  and business   men,      and  shall take under review thc following:  (a) Local marketing conditions and  possible improvements; good roads  campaign.  (b) Thc wisdom of establishing a  flour mill, a creamery, a market garden, or any other local enterprise.  (c) Better methods of buying and  selling by the  local merchants.   ���������  (d) Better methods of fire protection.  (e) Sympathetic'co-operation between the farmers and merchants of  the community.  (f) Belter credit facilities for farmers from local banks.  (g). Helping men on rented farms  to become owners.  3.    Young People's Committee���������   '  This committee shall bc composed  of those interested in young people's  work:  (a) To co-operate with thc  churches in undertaking a definite  program of activities through the  provincial. Boy Scouts, the Manitoba  schools association, the. rural Y.M.C.  A. or thc rural Y.W.C.A.  mission immediately the ground is fit.  The entire tract will be fenced and  500 head of stockcr cattle will be  grazed. Two corloads of fencing wire  have been sent out with thc other  materials.  There is a curious church in thc  town of Bergen, Norway, built entirely of paper. It can seal 1,000 persons in comfort.  "-Black  Watch"    The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  rffipBliMFIIT  = ~if isiHiniJl*!  Eighteen million dollars Victory  bond interest May 1, invested in \V.  S.S. will bc $22,500,000 in 1924.  vo;  j. o eo-opevate Vii'!.  .444,  ���������hool  Miller's Worm Powders are sweet  and palatable to children, who show  no hesitancy in taking them. They  will certainly bring all worm troubles  to an end. Thcy are a strengthening  and stimulating medicine, correcting  thc disorders of digestion that the  worms cause and imparting a healthy  tone to the system most beneficial to  development.  Your ship comes in only once if  you never send it out; again���������invest  Victory bond  coupons in W.S.S.  i  !��������� t 1 I !  the  --H  I'j  and  A;   il  ,!d  : n  I'.'  ii.  .-u  .uu!,I  addr.".*-,'*  ������������������ :  .   lip' ;i:   lui-  ie   couchi-don   of  i.'licii   said     the  .'.ni! "idi r   the  pi.i  t'   .'..l.:-.M;ll    '.i'h  ��������� ti'.n   of   hirg  loth'   "  .<  a; im I  < i -I .  '���������������'  nut* I'n'-.-.     Both    these  .iu    l a i a I -ai   .i.   ,iuii.   a a 11   i ui ,i t  '! . '    lii't  l.o -.   in   ui'iiii ii hi,  v. ill  .       "ul   M.pply.  en a tors  i,  thr   address  government  ��������� posal.  ic involve;; the  herd:*,   of   rein-  ''ruia.lian  north  ami  lhc  .Hut     d<* vejoptnr-nt      ol.  I. HI I llil-I      ..villi  , '  ���������     I'r.I  J.HI HCll  Im' i.i. A|,iil If  i !.'���������   I'.'-.i \ i r   K iv  board, in introducing manual training  and donit'hli'c science cla>**es iu the  public schools.  (c) To initiate when necessary action looking toward the organization  of a consolidated school.  (d) To  arrange,  if  necessary, sep  aratc meetings for thc young people,  especially 'teen-age  boys  and  girls.  4.    Public Health  Committee���������  It  shall  be   the   duty   of   this   committee:  (a) To work in co-operation with  thc local health officer iu encouraging  the use of garbage barrels and. regular  removal   of  refuse.  (b) To see that, the streets, lanes,  and vacant lots in Ihe town are kept  free,   from  litter  and   rubbi**h.  (c) To encourage the use of a  .sewerage system ior both town and  country  !���������', us.  (d) To -a.cure where nee- **sary an  improved   water   Mipply.  (-.-) To nrratii*;e for holding of lectures and exhibits, and thc distribution of lid ratine on child welfare and  ihe care ot ihe mentally detective,  and to take action in any local cases  needing   attention.  (0 To initiate v, here necessary action loi.l.iiig low.ini the building- oi a  municipal ho'-pit.il, the. employment  of   a   di'ti'ict.   nur.-e,   and   Ihe   regular  ijles-s-  . .*  *4*4PP*44������*C*3*4-|  I-..!.,   ill    lie-     lilnli'-.i  ���������ills.   ������������������ -Crsnahfsd Eyclldg.  ���������\jj& MT* Eye* ii.tUiru-pi  by e-yri-    ^^       4'i.e trt Sob. Dttfl. *r.<i Whtfl  WP****fii wj4*Ktlr~< qnkltly r������li������'/e<Ih������ M.tltt.  -���������"V*   -:*4~~������*p Syanew*'!-,. NoSrn.nn>.--f,  Muil:   let.  l  A,  Zj    "***" ******" Just   V\'B   (W.:.f<,rT.  Yonr  omiickimm ������>i  ���������</  ."-...  -...-  r... .-..'.:.���������-.  ft-juriM* Eym ~.0.iii~-\y Cs., ���������Ub.-e*"-*  i ill   a i  a i iu d  i 11; i.) i ���������  , , ii  ih-  ' thin.ii  pr-  iii  v. ithiii   tin  <���������������������������)      'I*  W  < r|i  .'������������������'U.<  r.i'  : lif't ion       Ol  ��������� a iitiiiititiii y.  li...:.    tin  li   ��������� pi in".  th.  I too l  >'I<  ml  M.-I.  i i mi     it,,  .1  UUl 111 ill).   ���������  lul    drill  .:��������� I  -  - Tk  '  r. 4   - : r  ... y       .mi.  i mi were  MeWli'it  a ���������     I i i .������   t I 1 y  . 1  t ' 'UI'. I IJ J  w  M  I I  111 11  Build up for the Spring  Attack! Put the body in  condition for an invjaaioa  of thc germs of grip, pneumonia or  "Spring fever."  At thi.** time of the year  most people suffer from a  condition often called  Spring Fever. They feci  tired, worn out, before tho  day i.s half thru. Thcy may  havo frequent headaches  and  sometimes   "'pimply"          1 *l    J 1    7.-\.,i r,    V.TXr.  UI    JJUIt* i-iiviii   inn.   iuuwi ���������������',.,  The reason for this is that during thc wintertime, shut tip within  doors, eating too much meat and too little green vegetables, ono  heaps fuel into the .system which is not. burned tip nnd thc clinkers  remain to poison thc system���������a clogging up of the circulation���������  with inactive liver and kidneys. Time to put your house in order,  i-'or an invigorat'int*, luaic which will clarify the blood, put v.*.w ���������������������������>  in thc body, sparkle (to tho eyes, and a wholesome skin, nothing docs  so well as an herbal extract made from Blood and Htono root, Oregon-  grape root and AVild Cherry baric, which has been sold for tho past  fifty ycars as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. By reason  of the nerve*, feeding ou thc blood, when the blood h pure the nerve.-*'  feel thc effect, and neuralgia or other nerve pains disappear becauso  Biich pain is the cry of the starved nerves for food.  ,ji.l.i.J\ll.Jt       iJl.X. L        COI Ul^lll,! II     I     I. II.  I. 41     I.I. .-4,4.4. .,44,4        . '.I'.,;,,. .1.,,,;.^,..  TOi; eovr-ry and l'lens-ml "IVUH'-. I havo used 1h('8<* reiwdit'.'i Uvonly-hvo yearn in  my family. Had a very bad cast; of i������curul-*.ia and '(.olden Medical IJim-oveiy'  completely cured mo in a very .,hor(, time. \ have -riven it to all my family, nli-m  io my grand ehildreii. 1 had a piand-i-hild lat't tniminer thai wn though', ooulil not  live. Wc gave him the 'Discovery' and I in i:i ctrong and healthy an any child eouhl  l*i������. I am :l irreal. believer in Doctor Pit-re.!-*!1! Medicine.*! and would not bo without  tlieni."���������Jl/rs. .-!. ISowliiiit, L'OS Railway Arc.  IIKlfi y      ���������*, i   in ,  ���������!���������   \-*.llpi-.  a'. '������������������  I.i* I.  I   ���������  7i*Ifp'"raiI wit!' -letti'idtrin  1,4.",.    '.,(,.   .....  ,.,x,.i.   ,p���������,|   r.|.,,<,l,l..v.. 1   I.M.h    til  IVlt:Uicai ur.covery and \v;u; coiiipicu-iy can;'.!.''-   ii'. J. Tnim , '~"iZ  imuijtjia, uitf.  i    .   i    .. i,..,,���������;,,  Tl, would x.ttc,c.~  Pi.H'inp'ii { J.il.lrrp.  ������.    ������������������    *.... -.  UUUliU^   . N 1 ... 4,IPprw  si ���������awasSnSpi  THE    BEYIEW,     CBEST^"^-    BL ���������-���������*���������������������������*���������  . - ; v���������" ���������-���������~l��������������� p---.-^. in-'m.-va;.^4������B������*j  /       .'.-7     Jt I  Sit  th  Return of U. S. Troops  "Washington.  ��������� .Determination    of  tra*������i*j meroai���������'ft- "Jdiaunous cvi*.r:ii~������  ���������ftnti-geptic*���������Stops'bSoci-iioisoB  Ssstisii-g���������Ends t*3!a an** saartiGg. eta  Heals nil sores.  50c box.   All Druggists end Storu  T>~ix~:Ar,^x  writer.-.  A.   11.0.1.V1.L       IT tlJVll,  niu.iCai.cu.  press dispatches from Paris, that no  United States troops shall continue  on German soil for a longer period  after thc signing of the peace treaty  ccssary  tG     embark'  T0A.00      M.dx      V-xtmrnxlm.  That Dodd's Kidney Pills Are the  Remedy for Kidney Ills  **-.  X4L.X  m;  *y oc  ���������j-* rt r- S\  ' them for home, is borne out by present plans of thc war department,  which contemplates the return of the  entire    United   Slates     expeditionary  i forces by September.  'Miss Hazel," said the Sunday  school teacher to one of her sixteen  year old pupils, "what are we to infer from the parable of the five wise  and the five foolish virgins?"  "That we should always be on the  lookout for thc approach, of the  bridegroom," replied Miss Hazel.  ���������.^..t.ltl 10.10..0..t0.0.^..t*m....l^0..l..  ...4t4.|w������.������l^,1.���������..^.*  p*.  YES! MAGICALLY!  CORNS LIFT OUT  141 ITI 8  vYiin  ���������rSftl-Ar3*-*-**.*-***.  ri-Nbutd  ������m<,m'���������*������������������*������������������������������������������������������> *-^p������������> ^ ******������*-.ai^������^  Vou simply say to thc drug store  man, "Give me a quarter of an 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  corn, root and all, dries up and can  be lifted out with the  "ngcrs.  This new way to rid one's feet of  coms Cvr-.s uitrouuccu oy a v,iu���������ii"iiia.ti  ma.n, who says that, while freezone is  sticky, it dries iti a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or^ even irritating thc surrounding tissue or skin.  !Jon't4et father die of infection or  iOekjaw irom whittling at Ins corns,  but clip this out and make hirn try It.  mwmEzmBzWmtm  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers  Douglas & Company, Napanee, Ont.  No Canadians to Go to Russia  London. ��������� No applications arc being considered from Canadians of any  rank for duty with the British forces  operating in Russia.  Nothing as Good for Asthma. Asthma remedies come and go but every  year thc sales of thc original Dr. J.  D. Kellogg Asthma Remedy grow  greater and greater. No further evidence could bc asked of its remarkable merit. It relieves. It is always  of the same unvarying quality which  thc sufferer from asthma learns to  know. Do not suffer another attack,  but get this splendid remedy today.  Age and a little  brother  tell  on a  -girl.  Aa Always Ready Pill.���������To those  of regular habit medicine is of little  concern, but thc great majority of  men are not of regular habit. The  worry and cares of business prevent  it, and out of-the irregularity of life  comes dyspepsia, indigestion, liver  and kidney troubles as a protest. The  run-down systcm demands a corrective and there is none better than  Parmeiee's Vegetable Piiis. They arc  simple in their composition and can  be taken by ihe most delicately constituted.  Punch and Judy shows originated  in Italy during thc 17th century; and  wt-rn probably introduced into Ting-j  bind in  thc reign of Charles II.  Mr. S. Hodges, Seventy Years Old,  but Still Young, Tells Why He  Kno-w's Dodd's Kidney Pills Are  Good.  Hamilton, Ont., May 12, (Special),  ���������Convinced that Dodd's Kidney Pills  are a sovereign remedy for kidney ills,  Mr. S. Hodges. who_ lives at 68 Ontario Ave., this city, is recommending,  them to all his friends.  *'I suffered from kidncj* disease for  about four months," --Mr. Hodges  says. "It started from a cold, but I  rapidly got worse, and cramps in the  muscles, headache, heart flutterings  and rheumatism were soon added to  my troubles. ���������  "My appetite was fitful and I felt  heavy and sleepy after meals. I was,  very irritable and I perspired from'  the least exertion. I was often dizzy;  I suffered from shortness of breath  and it was "difficult to collect my  thoughts."  AT i-       rJr.Arre.ei vx-h r\        PC    n    T\fl * n t4- r    h\T  -"���������-���������������       **V4.ftV.D, ,.   ixxr .-,       X.      XrX....xx.r        xrj  trade, and seventy ycars of age,  shows the benefit he got from using  Dodd's Kidney Pills. Hc only took  two boxes, but with such good results that he says: "I can recommends them to all who suffer from  kidney trouble."  Ask your neighbors about Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  I!  rs -'* a *'������ s .  ������ <rk%x& i A������ r Um._;������  Beat  Seville'  Orange  AH Orange and Sugar  No camouflage.  Boiled taith earis /r* Sifee? Psosl  -I** SF5CCSi-i run sT,  il  BB  ii  CM,      %������-~m Ex&^---&%~-?%-~l-^&&^������$g&  Biliousness is a common form of indigestion. It  is brought on by food-waste which the stomach, intestines and bowels fail to expel. If you will take a few  doses of Beecham's Pills, when bilious, you will soon,  rid yourself of the impurities, relieve sick headache,  stimulate the liver and bile and tone the stomach.  Healthy conditions are quickly re-established hy using  Tlie rooms in the house do not interest the burglar as much us the  haul.  t :..*. ,.  J_.1IU.UCH l.  Dear Sirs,*���������Your MINARD'S LINIMENT is our remedy for sore  throat, colds and all ordinary ailments.  It never fails to relieve and cure  promptly.  CHAS. "YYTTOOTEN.  Port   Mulgravc.  r  i~4 I Jl    ti A.   T3    ts-*- A  ���������o-uuiu V/-UUI1L n-very syi.ni  When the heart begins to palpitate,  it will beat fast for several seconds,  then slow, then start to flutter, and a  feeling of utter depression will come  over your whole system, accompanied  by weak, fainting and dizzy spells.  When the heart gets into this condition, you become weak, worn and  miserable, and are unable to attend  to either social, business or household  duties.  Value to Women are with Every Bos.  Beech-un. St. Helena, Lat-c-aablre. Ragtanej,  end U.S. America.   In boxes, 25 cents.  "*���������"..<*,*. !���������������"���������������. ppf  ���������" *-���������*-���������"to  T   r*V,A       rxC  0^%*.xyx     \JX  T\rx,..-Urx.   JLdylLirxLiLJLJLJL 3  Grand Forks, B.C. ��������� Twenty returned soldiers from Phoenix City-  arc making application through thc  Grand Forks Great War Veterans'  association for iand now held b,>'  Dcukhobors in this valley.  !  flf\Mrtt%  -VvJfx*.  :>:������-i^~*n'  Minard's      Liniment  Friend.  Lumberman's  Si   uvea  A woman's hair may be her crowning glory just now, but later it will  bc supplanted by her new Easter  bonnet.  Miiburn's Heart arid    Nerve  Pills  life.     He purrs   in  barks in the kitchen  ll.fp  id-do'  *-> a r 1 o r  GENERAL DEBUT  When a man gels into trouble'the  majority of those who call to sympathize with him are only after the  particulars.  You Can Be Cured of  >BLXmi%]CY\  Ca-  QUCH comfort is pos-  ***���������' sible only with an  AutoStrop Razor. Why  the AutoStrop in particular? Because* with  the handy stropping  device, there's always a  sharp blade ready for  use. A few turns on the  strop re-aligns the saw-  like edge that results from  f-huvin-*-*; it keeps thc bludo  free from rust; and ctve-s you  lor each day'a ::havc the keen  edge of a new blade.  You do not need to take, the  blade, out to shuvpen it, nor  do you huve io Luke ilu:  AutoStrop   Razor   apart   to  i .. ,- *.���������  L.i\rx...   xx,  J-rtroppin.!,, idmviiitc and  cileoninc rare nil done without  removini; the blade from Ihe  i-nror.  The Pure Balsamic .Essences of  tarrhozone Afford Surest and  Quickest" Cure  Catarrhozone is certain to cure because its healing vapor is carried  with the breath direct to the seat of  thc chest, nose or throat trouble. Being composed of the purest balsams  and pine essences, it immediately allays irritations, facilitates the ejection of    mucus,    soothes and   stimu-  t,.lA4'     ������l./\     l.pppr-vo     1TP/-1     tp rnfi/.li p-p I     tltbCS.  Thc marvel of.the. age in curing nose,  throat nnd bronchial (roubles, that's  what ilnousands say about Catarrhozone. " There is nothing so sure to  .���������ure, and to those in fear of change-  abb* weather --those who easily catch  cold���������those who work among lung-  chilling surroundings, or where dust,  impure air, fog, or damp can affect  them���������let them get Catarrhozone and  use it several limes daily���������it will cure  every time.  Large size Catarrhozone, sufficient  for two months' use, guaranteed,  price, $1.00; smaller si/.c, 50c; sample  size,  25c.     Sold   everywhere.  will give prompt and permanent relief  io aii sufferers from any heart weakness or nerve derangements.  Mrs. Walter Grcives, Apsley, Ont,  writes:���������"I had been run down, and!  doctors told me I was anaemic,a but'  did not help me with their medicines..  I could not sleep nights, my heart  palpitated so, and I could count every  beat.  "I used to have such dizzy spells I  would have to go to bed. I was not  able to do any work for eight months.  A cousin of mine had taken Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills and told me  what lliey had done for her. I took  eight boxes of them, and now I am  able lo help every day with thc work.  I am so thankful to tell others what  they have done for mc, so that they  may try this great and wonderful  remedy. I hope this may prove good  to some one who is suffering the way  I did."  Miiburn's   Heart  and    Nerve   Pills  are 50c a box at all dealers, or mailed  direct on  receipt of price by The T  Milburn  Co,,  Liniite "  -iFLUENZ  Wi**  tunuw   rv-j,ui   luffiruui-tu-  A safe, rtllabk nsulaBns ttsedl.  cine. Sold its three dcgrwai of  strenjrth. No. 1. $1; No. 2, $Si  No. 3. $5 per box. Sold by all  druargists, or sent prepaid Is.  plain package op_ receipt of  PTic**;. .fie  3L44������ir������.������-.x  TIIE COOK MEDICm*"** CO.  Toronto, Ont. {Formerly Windsor. {  <*-������ A     4-....rx.,~ir,^  ���������LAVJXjyx     TJl . xr0.x.\Jxl  "But Mabel, ou what groin  your father object  to mo?"  "On any grounds  within  a  mile  of  our house."���������Houston   Post.  ���������and  Couohma  Spreaaa  Disetx-t7  i  Talk  alwavs  is cheap, but sonic-how gossip  gains  curreiK'v.  Kuxor  lilrop  I'i bludc*.-*.  ' 0\\ tl v*** ****"'* rrm... MxT\d> f***(****<���������"���������������!  \\\.i^d-UmJm%.  A  pleasant medicine for children  is  Mother Craves' Worm  Kxlcrminalor,  j and   litere   ir.   liouiiiu-,   belter   for   driv-  j inii   worms  from   lhc  systcm.  I     The   greatest   1<*a   drinkers   are   the  I Australian**, ulna roii'-unie about eighl  pounds   per   head   of   the     population  everv   war.  We   offer   $100.00   for  any   case  vai.uiit    iiiai     cmimi      be     cured  HALL'S CATARRH   M KDlCINiT.. "  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE  is taken inwrnally and acts through  thc lUood 1.111 tin** Mucous Surfaces of  l I IV.      .  1  s   ,- I P   J I 1 .  Sold by L.nii'.'ist.' for over forty  year**.  I'licr.   75c.     Testimonials   free.  1. .1.   Chen, v   vv.  ���������...!.���������., 'Toledo,   Ohio.  AN OPERATION  x     1  11. 1-    ���������      -������������������*  Ey taking Lydia E. Pinkliam's  Vegetable Compound, One  oi Thousands of Such-Cases.,  Black River Failfl, Wis.--���������'"Am Lyuio  E.   l-inkham'8   Vegctablo   Compound  naved mo from an  operation, I cannot  nay onoup*h in praiso  of it. I Buttered from  orKanic Iroubleo and  " ...*.i- ������.  "LUTOl'.TROP ixAVtlTV KAZORCO., l.'i.i.U.I  Autitl'iui'i*. Uu'Miii-;, Tot onto, Cuunda  '">f  MMir..r*,  v:c   all  bdieve  it  i:*.   bet  ter   to   j;ivo   than     lo     receive-'-until  p-i.ii,<*  one  passes  around  tbe  hat.  Ask  for "Minard'fi and  talce no  other,  iH*y)'������,l,u������'"'-g.-*^^  w!3  1 i'i ei\ eil,  art*   alwaj'i   tin id. fully  often  unthanlcfully  re  tll^y    I.IUP'  tJULPr   rPP.P^    WP������  I could hardly bo up  Zi'XA. :ny bed, r-.nd ���������  was unublo to do my  boufieworlc. I had  tho boat, doctorn in  EuuClaironnd they  ���������vjinfi'd mo to havo  IZZy^Z'Z'"''>%*������������������,", ������n  operation,   but  \ZZ-lmlmm~-mm~~-Z^l\   LydillK. PinkUlU'll  Vp-KCtabto Compound cured me ao I did  ������otno������Ml Ilu. oik ration rmdl.em tHhrtf;  .. r.... -,   *!..     r i   r-.lS-    If   *"__Mv������        A       \\J  iiin'mn, lliaclc llivcr I'-alls, Win.  it ii������ juiituuch ������.*xii.-i!r*ienc(ba as that of  Mr������. *Rlnv.or that ha������ made thin fnmoua  root wild herb romody 1* houoehold word  from ocp-oh to oc'-an. Any womuii who  !mifl*������������rii from inllnmmation, ulcorution,  ,i.nvx,-nnrvii*vvi- lifti-plcnrhn. *norvouim������t"n.  i'rr.Vpihtvithin'or "tho bluos" uhould  not root until oli������ ���������������*"* K������veu ii ������* iri-nl,  -ni. fnr MivM'Inl ftdvien wnto I.ydla lu.       "... tr ... 4. T       00 0     I'tlltllimil     IPJP.IJM   li.Pr,    P   .r>,     xrj...r,     ~.~..r.  Health Can Only Be Restored  Through the Use of a Blood-  Making Tonic  Debility is a loss of vitality not  affecting any one part of the body  particularly, but the systcm generally. It is dangerous because it reduces  the body's resistance to disease.  When debility follows acute diseases,  convalescence is slow, and one's  strength does not return as it should.  An attack of influenza often results in  debility that persists for months.  Everybody recognizes that the remedy for debility is to build up the  blood, because the blood goes _ to  every part of the body, and any improvement in its condition is quickly  felt throughout the systcm.  Iu cases of simple anaemia, or debility following acute    diseases  such  as fevers or influenza, Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills will bc found valuable, because thcy rcallv build up the. blood  price by  x tie   x. | and strengthen 'the nerves.   Tlicre is  d,   Toronto, Ont.   no othcr metliciiie    as valuable     for  j growing    children,    and for men and  ���������women    whose    nervous    energy iias  ids docs']been overdrawn.     Thcy    arc worth a  fair   trial   in  every   case   where    thin  blood and weak  nerves  have  started  the trouble .   The value of Dr. William.**.' I'ink   Pills has been  proved in  the home of Mrs. John  Flam, Owen  Sound,    Avho    says:    "My    daughter  Mable     was    troubled    with  a    bad  rough;    she was pair., weak and  her  ; appetite was very poor, indeed 1 fcar-  [ed that she was going into a decline.  ' A  friend advised thc use of  Dr.   Williams'  I'ink   Piiis    and    after  taking  eight boxes   she    was again  enjoying  thc best of health. Again last autumn  Spanish influenza attacked our home,  and after the acute .symptoms    were  past, both myself and another daughter  were  left very much  run    down.  My  daughter  was  so  weak  that she  could not walk to school aud    would  tremble when she got upon her feet,  i was so weak niyseu ihai i eould nuii  do niv housework. Again  wc resorted  to Dr.  Williams' Pink Pill:*,    and    in  each  case wc  took five  boxes,  ulu-n  we were a.** well as ever wc had been.  I   never  enjoyed better health   than   I  am uow doing, and am able again  to  do my housework.    After our' cxprr-1 Cl'^v*-',m> *  I ieiicr. it is not possible for nut to r.ay 1 '���������"���������'*<-'   <"*ilh  ,11111    niiieii    iu    i.uoi    ui    i)i.    \\ nl i..i i:a  1  j I'ink   Rills."  I  I You ..:au i-ei i"������������������������. \\ iiii.tins' i ini*.  I I'ills ihrough any dealer in uiedicine,  jui' by- mail at !i0 unts a lx������x   or six.  LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED  bj* CUTTER'S BlASKlEg PUIS  Low-priced.          ^������p������4p-i     t   f-0.). 00.u-\,i0. eygafcK ���������mwv&mx.JGazi.  Deetx.iiVd'bY}7l^fMSSS^SBp^4f  western   stock- vaBmygjk     ..  tr,DLV.     *-1*ou5e  Wiay ~~-~r&3).  18  rroiset where other  vaccines fall.  rite brtooklet a&dtestltaoala!s.  10-dojepkB.BIacI.lee Pills, J1.60  Use any lp];������or, but Curtis E5mp!f**4a-4ffids!^5!*c!*Sii  Th������ suDcriority of Cutter produt-ts is due to over 15  years of sptclatUlne In VACCINSS AND SERtTUS  ONT.Y. INSIST OK CUTIBR-S. IS cnobtalnihlft  4ordex <llrect. BI  *A   Tto Cotter Ubcrattuy. BtrtBUy. CUIftrala  IS  r1 w,  10-13  ���������sn-rf  Svfa fBSBCH ���������RESBSBY. ������*���������*!. ri������a. m������jk  S  UiedtBi?cer������a*  HoipijjUs -witk  great lucceM, isvxs* ckrohscwsasmess. *uost rtocs  *k vtu. k.dmst. vz-kodkx, Dtx-xxxt. BLOot*. rouoit,  91-U-.   S1TH5B KO.B!-tH>0������W������H.MI.a. JfOST 4 CT*j  PCUaS&A. CO, SS. ZS~ZJx0aJ.T. KiSW ������OgK or J.VSJAH f)~r,-  -rosoicro.  whitb ros.JPRES boos to !>���������*, Ls CXsss  Bleo.Co. Kav-srstogskd. Hxtsearsxa. Lostooa. bh&  ���������  . ������^������*mtyrnvdn���������    ���������... ~-x  ^.���������m  ��������������������������������������������� ��������� ������w,    ,.r    ��������� ^  XJ.TX AND    IVASTIMQ COKflL  ���������bb tsat .kxov. sixxxva woso 't-iujjhoh- \x <m  ~-a.~4.0..~.xix. ~mxxoro auoshvuikrACs*n>������  3o DxtOtV-yropscoWt-X  half Tiny ran chtlprefi  -i'^^9<mr9<m>i~<Sm-���������m->m*->m, ���������������l*>������'������t>r%  Cause o!  Early Old Age   \  The celebrated Dr. Michenhoff, V  an authority on early old *������ge, *?  ���������ay* that it ix "ctiuied by poison* if  generat-sd in the intestine.'* A  When your stomach digetts food K  properly ttic absorbed vvitliout x  forming poisonous matter. Pol- m  aens brins on early old aso and *?  pre-n^attisredeatb. IS to 30 drops V  *  of *-Se.*iel*g Syrnp*" ofter meals  ���������������  tf   mal*ea your digestion sound,   to   U  ������<^������-������i*-fe<sv#'s^^t^^^>tt^t>A^lt>^  v  at  MONEY ORDERS  Sesi.l   a   l.iciii-.inior.   l*v;':r*;*   Money  Five  dollars  coi.19  three  cents.  O .tier.    NURSING  "NCiiSii-S txitn $15 to 5-*S - nee'.. I.tjra  without lcrivitiB home. Send for free Vooklet.  ivuy.il Cu'ictic ui Si-iciip,c, Dcjii. i^T, ieirp..Qto,  t'aii;ula.  A A'.otuan who is f'Oin'.lar wiili otit  is ���������seldom,  a rcif  U'.CU.  .ir.*  i boxes   for $2.50   from   The   Dr.   Williams   Medieinc   Co.,   brockville,   C>111.  Inleicr.t on a $100 Vic-lory bond iu  1-U-l   will   be    $J7.50 -rc-invo-itcd  ib.-.p. hi  W'SiZn, h  v.ill Ud..\ ���������?.1',)..,;0.  as  "Black   Watch'*     The   Best    Klack  PlUf Chewing   tobacco on inc mat net  \   man is seldom as  hlack as  nalntcd  or a  1-j       1'U.1UC.4.U,  wo:r.r.!i  as '.-.bite  l.e   i������  4. J,-  orM i-ic-cri uci p  tutu*    tiikwlk.S  ! Pilp-5! Cnrrd in C to 14 pays  .  I'll..  j,i:.t.->     IC.'llll4*.     Ir.On. /      If      t'.'.'-IO      p'I"\*"-"-  MI'.N'l'   f.iili   io   <uic   ltclilno-,   Ijliinl,   Uleed  I'lutitiiliiiif   I'ilcs.        Stou'i   I:ittattoci  Inrf   or  Si.Mtlif*".    titul    llr.-ilrp.  ���������. Icri*  iifter   llie   liia.t   i  Yott    on  -j.lii utioti.  (���������ZZ  rrue  "A II   il,  lip-   ('iiii'  I hi ni**'.   11  ii i il<-.t   1 i*i i������i������   in  maker. Vr--,  onr   rraj  ���������rl.  a!   hav  rc-tfttl  iiilC  -,!1  iVC  ofe33 ruUagLria lit.  *-Spaniciti}>;uoesii ''tcurcuca-weiiin-^  ������������������*.-'.* trcublc- it* 7*1.1'" V.) ii\',*aknet'**  of the inteniulcircauH. My micccss-  fnl home ircntmcnt will be found  helpful. Send no money, but  write itie. today. My trcutmeut  ir. cqtTnlly r;ucccrr,ftil tor Adult?,  troubled witli urinary diflicultie3f  ���������������..!.-      ������������      ir i I i* Xi {. *4 .       ...444,      .'I'l.        '~i,rJ..0    ii.i ~w~m
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boot tba#s- right as^to
(juality-^avS to build���
as to tit���as to price.
e particularize this
Ladies' silk waists, a new shipment
just in, at Mawson Brothers.
Geo. Mead of Natal was a Creston
visitor on Tuesday, returning to work
the following day.       ���������:���������
Mrs.1 Garland'Foster of Balfour was
nan I*.**.!.
p--? $S if Si*
We   have   just   50   pairs   ot
tnetn. etiid every pair guaran-
tixeyri "   fVv
*-"^v>p^�� v^r
'  f PI ��*�����
u n r * G-fo n r J r*. ii
xi.;.. xi xx i ..xx xr x, ��� xr * . ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hayes.
* For Sale���Extra good mare, weight
probably 1050 lbs,, very -siritftble*:for
lady to driye. Apply 0. Blair, Erickson. ���..���-���.-..     ������*���.-���
Water Pipe For Sale���5000 feet
of 1-inch water pipe at "Duck Creek
at 10 cents a foot. J. B. Winlaw, Nelson, B.C.
Misses Benito and Rheta Winnet
and Daphne Todd of Fernie were Cres-
on visitors on Wednesday, the guest
of Mrs. Mead.
Wasted���Live Hens and Ducks.
Also Hogs, either:-dressed or live.
Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant,
next drugstore, Crestou.
money refunded.
We also  call  attention
tdr out lines of���
Ladies' White Canvass
with leather soles
S 9* B
B   S-��3SS.��-7
ta   -*00.0lxMTr
��� HP.  .. U.m mn m-
in leather and rubbei heels
r.     4-x      rx i ..C ..*:*    :���. J! '
Kri.   \J.   X3CHJU.I1C1H  XJS.
WtlO   XX
We have what you want in footwear���no matter what you demand
���boots for work, boots for dress
wear���high tops for the outdoor
man-���every pair turned out at factories with ��- reputation,* a.nd offered
ag-prices which niesn* real .boot
�� --flbfc-iBf
Gentnl iereiiant
All Phonographs in One
There are phonographs and
- j
n mch���a
. �� .-p .%-..-.     . p . w v . '    .". r.v-
llCllllU    Ui H.  .1    111 'I
P-.-P .-... ��p
by   any  othei
-siiH-11   just   as
noiii-   ii{*  tin-  makers
ii.'Vi   a i;.-ri'ii-r iiii .-ityk'.s*    thc'V
all li.nk jin-i* v Miut.-h the same,
tiie (
The    I
T hi- t one
marl line
���   aii.  appearance
lief con.si'lerat ion.
Creston visitor a few days the early
part of the week, the gueft of his sister, Mrs. Jas. Cheri'ingtoii.
Division II. of the Creston school
was closed a.few days the fore part of
the week, owing to the teacher, Miss
Kane being laid up with a mild attack
of the flu.
Ten dollars per acre for the 320 acres
known as Sub Lot 54. on Arrow Creek.
Half cash ��md balance in four annual
payments. W. K. Esling, owner,
Rossland, B.C
Messrs. Morris and McDiarmid, Sirdar, have made a donation of thirty
books to the Creston Women's Institute library, which now has 132
volumes to pick from.
The interior contents of the King
George Hotel have been sold to a Calgary, Alta., auction room proprietor,
who loaded out a car of it on Monday
and shipped it to that city for disposal.
In addition to the whist, at which
four prizes will be awarded, a fine 'list
of concert numbers will be given at
the Women's Institute at-home in the
Parish Hall to-night. Cards are at 8
prompt, and the admission 50 cents.
Miss Ella Leamy left on Monday for
Kaslo, where she has the position of
assistant in the postoffice in that town
She gaye excellent satisfaction in that
wo Ik here, and Postmaster Kane
should find her an: ideal postoffice
Mrs. R. R. Piper was a passenger to
Cranbrook on Sunday, where she is
undergoing treatment at St. Eugene
hospital. Mr. Piper accompanied her,
and latest word is that she underwent the operation successsully and is
making a nice recovery.
Three new members joined up with
Creston Board of Trade, at the meeting on Tuesday, which brings the roll
call up to almost. 40 names. The board
wiii cake up with the aullioiiliet. tlie
question of having   a  detachment   of
. i.  .   it   ppt   \*.r   v,   ii   .*. .. p-:,..-.,,^!   lw,...i
1.1,11-    1 t. i.-*. .   *r V  .1P1..J.   .   fc.L.P.UIVMIP.-'vl   llt.u
The chief fruit inspectorfor B.C. has
just advised Valley selling agencies
;t slightly different raspberry cup will
be used this year. It isshollower than
Liu- old one, but an inch longer and
wider. A p-raLc* of those will hold slight
ly more fruit tli.in the old two-fifths
K. (*. Hunt, of Nelson,   assistadt pro-
! vincial horticulturist   for the Kooten-
llifig    that    matters   i.s i ays, was here  a   couple  of   days   the
thf    ability    ef   the' ���'���'���'->' P""' ��"'f the week,    lie   finds the
fo reproduce any and
I'Vl      t I \     Ml."      ( V fira*' n<> I     jtv.'<plf
season at least, a. week    earlier   than a
, . vein- ago, and a show   of   bloom   and
.very voice or mstnimenr next! *.,.���., I)lllls tlmt VVnlll(, itulim(<! abllIup
i'l      l. I r|l    I ��� rl      I rl. rl.
For Ihe better looking after shipping <'reston I'Yuit ('rowers' Union has
invested in a new lAn-i. car for Man*
iiger Staples. This year tbe Union
will be handing express shipments
li mi. ,i hall' ilov.t'ii point r. in    the    Vull-
Wanted���Laying hens, also a good,
quiet cow, fresh or about Jto come in.
J. Handley, Creston.
Sssb Potatoks For salb���Paddy's
Choice, 75c, buyers to furnish  sacks,   turnover
T. H. Orosthwait, Creston.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaehon and family,
who- have been holidaying at Silver-
ton'and New Denver, returned on
Sunday.  **--i -     ��:������������-   *-'i
White Leghorn Eggs���For hatching, single comb stock, Barron strain,
$1.25 per setfcing of 15. Sam Mown,
The Girls Mission Band is giying an
entertainment in the Presbyterian
church on Friday evening, May 30th.
Admission 15c.
Eggs Fob Hatching���Rose Comb
Rhode Island Reds, heayy winter iay1-*
ing strain. $1.50 for setting of 15, Mrs.
W. V. Jackson, Creston.
Horse  Fob    Sale���7    years   old
weighs about 1000 lbs., good.for saddle
or driving,   and  will work single   or
double.   Apply Review d-fflce;     ���  ���' ���**
Ten dollars per acre for the 320 acres
known as Sub Lot, 54. on Ai row'Creek.
Half cash and balance in four annual
payments. W. K. Esling, owner,
Rossland, B.C. ��������,-.:-
Strawberries���Pedigreed strawberry plants; "Senator Dunlap and
Magoon.- Hardy, northern-grown
stock. $10 pe*"r thousand. Monrad
Wigen, Wynndel.
A carload of oats is moying to Creston and will be sold at a ���"'er*17 attractive price. The Fruit Growers
Union are the importers. Read their
advertisement in this issue. '*
Hon   .Irthi. Kppii   M ** **      of "K":��'-i"0
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was a week-end visitor here, returning
on Sunday. His meeting in Mercantile-Hall on Satin-day night was well
attended, and his address made a very
;fts,vorable impression.
The Ford announcement in this issue Will be of special interest. It calls
attention to the fact that the self-
starting and self-lighting Ford is now
on the market, and these are equipped
with tbe well-known Liberty   starter.
' Those interested in Creston's community club are reminded of the meeting in this connection to-morrow
night in Speers' Hall. For the present
it is likely the organization will confine its efforts to outdoor amusements
and entertainments. -
Bread and butter has jumped almost into the luxury class. At Creston creamery butter is this week retailing at 75 cents a pound���and -only
a limited supply of local butter to be"
had. This is the highest price that
even old timers can recall.
Peter Aume of Morrin, Alta., is the
latest buyer of ranch property here
haying last week acquired the ten-
acre Barnes ranch, which adjoins the
Barton place���back of Fred Smith's
property. It. Walmsley put the deal
through, and was a spot cash transaction.
'PIp.p   .--..Iprtrpl    kp.r.lPrrl    Ipr.U        itu    W '1 VT    lt.AI.1.
-rr-n.v   k-'p...\-rvr.    71x1.7. x.    ...xx,     ���  . vxr   nrx.x j      ,���.x.x.~
ing on Monday night. The trustees are
having some difficulty iu getting a
permanent teacher to replace Miss
Ross, most of them that are unemployed not caring to come unless the
appointment is made to run until in id,
summer, 1020.
A Country Fair will be held on May
24th in the Parish Hall under tbe auspices of Christ Church Ladies' Guild.
Admission free from 2."J0 to (5 p.m.
Afternoon tea 15c. There will be a
whist drive in the evening from 8..-50 to
11 p.m. Refreshments served at the
close.    Admission 50c.
it to register a shade better than 7 per
cent. The case was adjourned until
There has been   Quite   a  noticeo.ble
IU     pA-p/VM
reai   -dstafce   this
month. The Mary Green residence on
Park Road has just been purchased
by'.Str.'Fisher, who arrived frott*) Innis-
free**-," Alta., abotit three weeks ago.
R. 'Boadway has-purchased a* couple
of lots adjoining his residence at the
school from ������ G. A. Hunt,- while the
"Ladies' Guild of Christ Church have
just'"acquired another 50-feefc lot to
augment the church"grounds;'
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A.    O.   Shankland   of   Cranbrook.
D.D.G.M. for East Kootenay District,
paid Creston Masonic Lodge his official visit on Wednesday night, when
there was a fine turnout of the breth-
ern, along with a number of visitors.
Work in the first degree was put on
and at its conclusion Bro. Shankland
complimented the officers on the excellence of the degree work,.as well as
on the general efficient state he found
the other details of Masonic effort
here. At the close of the lodge the
usual supper was served and the customary list of toasts proposed and responded to.
mS a ~ ~ ~ -9 -1 v. *-9     -***-*?��-^-5a
Display in window.
45 cents worth of the best
soap  on  the market   free.
Grestsn Drug & Book Go.
nnurfi'   stationery
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The Very Best Joy Day in the West
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Children's Parade,        Veterans in Uniform
Exhibit of War Trophies
Rock Drilling Contests.       Tie Making Contests
Horst Racing.        Up-to-Date Midway
Reduced Rates on all Railways
BB a
uanoe in Auaitorgum
From 8 to 12 p.m.
Cranbrook Brass Band in
Attendance All Day
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Although lust Wx-ok \vus thin tiniii
appoinU-il i'or Lho Y.M.U.A, ili-ivi. for
IiiihIs, ho fur no (-Hitvass hits hcnii
iiuult' in uny piu-t of Liu- Valk-y, which
w.is fXjH't-l.ctl l,o coiili-ihiild $1S7. Kin-
l,li(! whok; of Camilla, less than $800,000
was i^ivnn although lii'llni' llian a
inillioii was a.sked for.
I'Moyil U.oilfriors,   who   has   bi'on   at
I Lol \r (li'iwii  hi^mjl |i|    ,Mnol.-n ni'    l'c>��'    llw*
last fliit'i' wi'isliN, lutiirnotl on Sunday.
'!'!ii' final operation wa:. fully .nicei.'':.',
full, anil if i.s experted hit will be ahle
to lion ,tn ail iliciul foot in ahoitf six.
vvccliH. Mi-h. l.ot||>cas, \\ ho iiecoin-
piiiiicil him, i e| in-iin.l \y\t h hini.
"Anotmee of inolhi-r is worth a
poiiiiil of clei-jj-y." I hint forget Mul.hiii-'s
|la> ipi-i VU'I' Will lie lifdl ill t tui I'li'H-
o> I i-i i.in <iiiii.il next, .Stiiitliiv mo) n-
in)- a I II i i'i-Ii ieU . The pa rent s and I'hil-
j ilreii meet lni-i'l hei- for | his special ui-r-���
1 yice. All mi' i-oiilially invili-'l to at-
t'-ii'l-    ('oiiii-, ami honor mother.
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ii.iii  nc, him in i   di: a'   t o ii.i \-   w iie 11   i 'oil(j;
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Program and Prize Li.st on Application
Chief Adams
A. Ashworth
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repairs.      Quick
Good Workmanship
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