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C, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919      (y  /  No, 23  Mog and Pony  ���������*"*���������*���������  mow, July &  ������*s  *a  no  Men-it Belew, who heads the training staff with Buller's Dog and Pony  S^ows, although young in year's is a  veteran of the; white tops. Many residents of this -section of the country  will remember the old Norris & Rowe  Dog and Pony Show. This attraction regularly used travel through British Columbia and Western Canada,  visiting all the principal points. Belew  is an adopted son of the late Harry  Rowe, one time owner of- Norris &  Rowe's show, and he is conceded to be  the country's foremost animal educator.  All winter long Belew has been  working on the Buller Stock Ranch  on San Juan Island in the state of  Washington.   Assisted   by a   staff of  trainers   he   has  section comes the report that the  cherry crop is the best ever, and all  other fruits promising well���������due, in  part, to some irrigation.' ���������   ���������  The'Kuskanook Jersey herd received  a fine young animal by express from  Regina, Sask., the latter part of the  week, and on Monday they shipped an  equally good looking* young bull to a  Saskatchewan buyer.  ci'iiTjpeirsnfc  been working from early morning until late at night getting this7 show  ready for the road.  ��������� Visitors to this remarkable exhibiti  on of animal actors will have the opportunity of witneesing results of Be-  lew's work. At each performance this  versatile trainer will drect thirty-five  ponies of all sizes in a superb military  drill. It is impossible for any one mah  ti control thirty-five ponies unless  they have been thoroughly trained in  their work. ''Chester," the talking  horse, adds, subtracts, multiplies and  actually smiles, "Sport," the wire-  walking dog, will   mount  the   ladder  dr.XXX   N*������   ct-.XTx    ,x~xJ3    .x^rxi^S 1        K���������    -TjU!    JVliUr  oUp^jtr   P-������jr    oc~rG������#   aiiu   IIUUIUCU      IIC   Will   WtlltV.  the full length of a tight, wire suspended In n5i4*-"air. Riding monkeys, riding dogs, dogs that loop, dogs who do  t.heski-^.dariee atad -clown" dogs,, together ivith a full pet-fpruiandtt' t-Bat Is;  especially appreciated by��������� the women  and chil(Jr-������5*i. Mr. Buller has wiih him  this year a fully developed pony actually standing only thirty-six inches  high.  The shows carry about 100 head of  trained performin*"*; animals and a total of 100 people, while the performance i3 further strengthened by the ad-  dition of some prominent circus acts,  including aerial artists, iron-jaw performers. No circus would be complete  without clowns and the management  have with them this season Harry La  Verne, veteran circus clown -and jester, assisted by a troupe of fun makers.  Buller's Concert. Band will giye daily  band concerts in conjunction with  each performance.  Visitors to the grounds are   allowed  plenty of time to inspect the   animals  before the performance starts.  Two shows���������3 and 8 p.m.  Mrs. McKinley returned to Kuskanook a few day's ago for a summer's  visit with Mrs. Jones, after accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Perine as far as  Seattle on their return to California.  The steamer Kokanee was required  at the Landing a few days last week  to clear the slip tracks there of sand.  By backing the boat in and starting  up the big propeller wheel this sort of  .dredging is fairly satisfactorily accomplished.  Ernest McCabe is making a small  sized fortune these days by supplying  the local demand for raspberries. He  has a well-irrigated patch of these  which are yielding abundantly.  Someday some of the reckless auto  tourists who at times utilize the C.P.R  track for it to make the Wiles crossing in getting out of Sirdar, are going  to furnish material for a coroner's inquest. Rather than pay the i?6 freight  charge to take the car on eyen to  Duck Greek/already this season several have hit the ties eastbound.  d  C.P.R. Supt. Maharg, accompan  by Engineer Brown and some other  officials were here last *week, making  preliminary arrangements for starting  work on the new roundhouse, turntable and water tank. It is expected  the former wiii be big enough to accommodate at least four of the largest  fin fihneai  f S!l    I******-"*-"-*-*-*.*  The committee having in charge  the erection and completien of  the monument in memory or" the  men of Creston Valley who fell  in the great war wish to make a  final appeal for funds to carry  out the work.  A good many have already subscribed, but there aye^ many who  have uot been -reached by the  applications sent- out.* and the  sum received is, as yet, quite inadequate for the purpose in view.  On Saturday we- are to celebrate, by a holiday, the advent  of peace; a peace which has been  secured us by the devotion and  sacrifice of the men who went  overseas.  We are erecting this monument  in honor and memory of those  who fell in the struggle; who will  never return; who gave their  lives that we might have this  peace. We would appeal, therefore, to every citizen of the Valley to join now in subscribing; in  trying to make this memorial to  be placed in our midst worthy of  our appreciation of these men,  and truly representative ofv the  prosperous Valley from which  they came.  Ke has about decided to  of the new tract.  take 40 acres  All subscriptiohs will be thankfully received and acknowledged  by C. Gh Ben-net*-," secretary.  _Rc-beet Stark,  Chai*?n.an of Committee.  Pole loading makes tilings aetiys at  the siding these days, with Mr. Yoder  ir. ***har������*e    If the cars ax-e available Wft  expects to have the yard  clear entire  ly of poles early next week.  The fire which is raging on the  mountain en both sides of the bound-  dary began to get out of control early  in the week, and Dad Browell gathered op about a dozen volunteer fire  fighters and left for the scene of the  blaze on Wednesday.  The Sunday school picnic on Friday  afternoon last was quite a successful  affair in every way. Almost 70 of the.  grownups and children were there and  all report a fine time of it.  Mrs. W. K. Brown was a visitor  with Mrs. Hall a few days last week.  We expect to see her come next trip  in her auto, as we hear she has just  purchased a car from one of the Cres-  on garages.  A deal is on for the 20 acre property  behind the Hall ranch which is owned  by C.P.R. roadmaster Topham of  Cranbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Delzell and  Mi-, and Mrs. Conklin of Fernie, who  spent the weed-end with Mr. and Mrs.  Hall, on their way home after an auto  trip to Spokane for the 4th, are the  probable purchasers. They were here  looking for land and were quite taken  with Mr. Topam's holdings. On their  way home they are stopping at Cranbrook to complete the purchase if poss*-  ible.  $6000 for School  P-mmmmm.dm.m ~0   1 ���������L% 1 4%     <**A  US -J%9tx~^~.-.   JL Ut A -~"~-~\~>  Erickson  Z-.  V--'.  ecssso-n iigamt  m.  ������ki  r*  SSB*i3~A-B*  At the annual school meeting on  Saturday night W. W. Hall was elected to the trustee board, replacing W.  O. Littlejohn, and R. B. Staples was  elected, auditor. The school board for  the year will be comprised of Messrs.  Hall. Telford and E. Cartwright.  -  Mrs. 13. Penson who has been a visitor with Nelson friends for a few days  returned on Wednesday.  Frank Staples spent a couple of days  the latter part of the week on a business trip at points down the lake.  A. Lode of Silverton was here a f ow  days the latter part of the week. The  concentrator he was working in has  closed down indefinitely, heuce "-he vacation. Mr. Lode has had several tempting offers for his ranch here this year  but mo far hitR not decided to sell.  Th"������ half-hour rain on Friday morning last helped things here a little, and  tho ''hipping of raspberries continues  very satisfactory. At Brickson the express shipping itf averaging 100 crates a  day, but as yet cherries aro tho heaviest on tho. list. Sunday was the biggest  day yet, with 134 crates out.  The Fruser ranch started the cabbage- oxport on Monday, with an initial shipment of about 250 pounds.and  are Hc-nding some of  it emit every day.  Jack Boydell left on Tuesday for  Big Valley, Alta.; where he expects to  spend the  next  three   months, help-  mnr ar, nVror>cp!iQ n.jJ.1   wihH    hjri^T-intr OTlPr-  * ���������CI    *-**    xr  .  xrxX.C~.Xr    px^x      ..-^���������        ���������4-rj   - ��������� fT     ^P*77-  ations.  The old-time calm that, save   for 19-  18's eventful session,  ia   wont   to pervade the Creston schooi   district annual meeting, was again  in evidence at  this   year's     conclave,   on   Saturday  night, which was   presided   over   by  Charles Moore.    Besides  being peaceful, the gathering   was  notable in respect to its generosity. While a couple  of years ago a budget   calling   for an  assesment to secure $4000 was accorded  a stormy passage, this year, although  only S5000 was asked for the ratepayers were  in   such   generous" frame of  mind that this was   boosted to   $6000,  thus ensuring   ample   funds   for   the  new two-room building it was decided  to er*ect on the   north-west   corner of  grounds.  The contruction of the new building  was not real populai-witn the majority of ratepayers who were present, but as no building suitable for  the purpose seemed available for rent  there was nothing for the meeting to  do but vote the $2600 asked for the  purpose* of putting up' a suitable  frame structure that will measure 24  x ou icGt'. its erection is to oe -undertaken forthwith in the hope that it  will be available when school re-opens  at the end of August.  The other feature of the meeting  was u. three-cornered fight for the vacancy oil the trustee board. The aspirants were P*IessJ's- "��������� "- Staples, Jas.  Compton and~"-*Jbhn Blinco, Trustee  Hayden refusing to stand for re-election. Messrs, A. R. Swanfon and Henry  Lyne were scrutineers, and the result  of the balloting was a tie as between  Messrs. Compton and Stuples. A coin  was flipped with the latter calling the  Word has just reached here that It.  1*1. Ross, former car foreman at this  point has just undergone a critical op  eration at the hospital at New Westminster, and while he has ^come  through it alright it wilrWB'*rsome time  before ho will be able to get around as  usual.  Jon. Daly left last week on a business trip to lloKNland and Nelson. In his  a.bsenee Aid. Morris is acting   mayor.  It. Dennes was at Nelson for a few  days tho latter part of the week, where  Mrs. DonneH and young Dick, are vising frienda.  Sergt, Monro, who has been heve for  a couple ot weeks a guest air the Louh-  by's haw rejoined the C.P.R, and is  braking freight out of Cranbrook,  whore Mi-h, Moore has gone to join  hi.ii.  Our"old friend the mosquitoes are  .still very much on the job, and in con-  Mi'nnenci- it was airain found n.-ccssary  to postpone the   Cburch   oi    r'ngluud  ..pjivip-v-   u!!iiouii.---d    for   last    Sunday  night.  Road   for-man .Moore of   Ivaslo wiih | ������������������������������������������* ���������>������ taken ������h the Hituatioii require.)  here   last w������m-1:, apparently to   decide j   President Constable hiiH announced  the 'un-wonnol of the special committee  of tlie CvchIon "Hoard of Trade that he  has been asked to name to investigate  the soldier ������������������ottlemrnt of Mlo.-lc K12 ns  it will affect the other portions of tho  Valley ho that tho board can devise  vviiyn and means of oxpediitng prospective development in any quarter.  Major Mallandaine i.s chairman, and  the other tuembers are Robt. Stark,  W. 11. Knibr'M-, li. H. Staples and W.  V, .laclv.i.oh. .I'-'ont/e.'s reports will bo  made from time in time no that action  For the Women's Institute July  meeting, on Friday evening last, the  ladies had a welcome change in the  usual sessional menu, a debate being  the feature, and the subject under discussion, Resolved, "That the family  should expect a. hot dinner on Sunday." The debators were .Mesdames  Dow and G.Cartwright for the affirmative, and Mesdames St, Jean and J.  W. Hamilton for the negative, and  with the decision by popular vote the  latter were declared the winners. In  addition to the debate the president,  Mrs. Lyne, contributed a very interesting talk on Home Economies.  The business of the- session  included  *-1w������   P~������ .p ptvp 1 P-..V      47$        TVi'pro T*tlOPir   OQ       ^\i*U.fP*|ll  Pr.������.~     P4l���������������h. b������.|t, P-r*. X.J..  XI, 0-r xr   .*      xx~ ~ -x.t-.L--  delegate   to   the   Kootenay Women's  Institute convention   at  Nakusp chis  fall, with   Mrs.    Lyne   representative;  On the letter from Nelson W.I. asking  that   this   institute   recommend    the  making of Nelson as   tbe   permanent  headuuartersof the 54th  Battalion, in  view of tho fact that  Col.   Ryan   has  been named to enquire into   the matter for the militia authorities it was decided to not make any recommendation at all.     The ladies decided to again  ���������"���������..���������iv.*.   roficriliii-iCi.lK    throughout   the  day of Creston's fall fair   this   year���������  Sept. 20th. and preliminary   arrangements in that connection   w^ro made.  The after-lunch was seryed   by Mesdames Mallandaine,   ft.   .Johnson and  Spoers. and the collection at the meet-  inn*, which cues to the Red Cross    So-  ciety, totalled $2.05. Tho mem hers are  rjK'ci'illy   reminded      of   the    Aiif-nst  meeting when tho answer   to roll call  will be an idea on how to make tnoney  for the Institute.  Miss Mary Barraclough arrived the  latter part of the week on a yisit to  her parents here.  Ron. Stewart left on Tuesday to  spend a few days at Nelson before going on to Trail to . take a position in  that town.  Shipping at the Smith crossing is  holding up fine, considering the rather  dry spell. As high us 87 crates are  handled occassionally, with au average of well over 60.  Morgan Long has made the purchase of four head of cattle from Mrs.  A. L. Matthews, and has already disposed of one of tbe milch animals to  Andrew Johnson at Creston.  G. II. Bohlee arrived back on Friday from a trip to Wardner, at which  point he left his McLaughlin car on a  trip back from Saskatchewan a month  ago. i_Ile is now owner of two autos.  Mrs. G. Seaver has gone to Lamont,  Wash., to visit, her late husband's parents, her mother-in-law being in rather poor health.  Mrs. Frank Hunter of Columbia  Gardens, who has'been Mrs. Matthews  giiost, left for home the latter part  of the week.  winning turn, and the chairman declared Mr. Staples trqsteee for the  nest three years.  Five teachers will be required for  this term, and the schedule of salaries  will be as follows: Principal, $123; two  assistants at $100 each, and two lajjy  teachers at $8.5. This is an increase of  $10 a month for the ladies of the staff,  while tne salaries of the principal and  Vice-principal remain as last yeai*.  Dr. Henderson was re-appointed  auditor for his   fifth successive   term.  be at least three new- teachers on the  staff, Misses Kane and Ross having  tendered their resignations. It is hoped that Vice-Principal Smith will be-  back, but sa far he has not so stated  his intention.  ���������li--*-f--.T^.������'^  At the school-mooting on Saturday  night at the- sohoolhouH*-, Mr. Mason  was returned -is trustee for a three-  year term, while Guy Constable was  re-elected auditor.    The trustee board.  ���������SS  y-^rfir^'-snxic.  "S-'.V.*'--/--  Cesser  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  KASLO DIST.RICT  Crcston-Goatfell Road Diversion near  Goat River Crossing  Ganyon iVatv  jusl. how much  work would have to be  ! ���������...: .....    !���������...���������  uoue i.o  I    ..I. 4.,.,      I  (���������in,  in..  .p..i  ������   * 14 HP  ������r.......  Mii.cn  ! "n-rh.wn.  Cow  fiv..h  UK       HI      i-l I I i I | >  *    - I..  Want.: i >  ol-  due to  i    1..1   llob.tein or  fre:.hen h������'-  ...        <-..414.1  1,11  i  lor another year.  ihnul over ilMhiiig it-reported exeelleul,  ��������� '   :1..  eotl.  ' '...\,\,  en - - ui'l  .Single line  :. i-ic-h I;  .1 i. i..  your   runner     i������.  H. 'Pro- -  variety    or     name  l'-v ',���������.-'!'��������� .       IVii-eM  payers had a. very, peaceful annual get-  together ou .Saturday night, and were  ho well Niitisfh-d with Mr. I'ochin's  work as trustee that they have re-el-  oeled him for a tlueu-year term. Mr.  Itlair's work an auditor was equally  well done,' and he was favored with  another term on the job.  ioi    "iiii.; . .{"'.I. ,���������'���������:.���������''".!   *>'*,���������������������������"*!    :��������� ? "������������������  ,\ vi.it, from (.apt. Silver of Lethbridge  I'i.:. ,.iik. It,1 had : nine jjntii-ii of till:-  iiij.-r/in irrigated farm in    (hat.   part, ol*  Sealed    tender*-,   marked    "Tender,*,  for Croston-Coatfell Road Diversion, '  addressed to the Honourable Minister  of   Public   Works.   VicUu-ia,    will   be  i oi-eiyed up to a p.m. on .Monday, July  ,,        .. ���������      ., . ....     !l!S(l), for the construction of about   I.',  therelore, for the ensuing year will be   m,K;rt of l]u, lllmve ,.(imp<  Messrs. Carr, Mason mid .lohn  Miller.       K.ich proposal >hall be accompanied    _ by a  e.ertilied   cheque   payable to the  \ il'.>!!0'.!V:*.b!-.- M '. SllVt '.*V "f Pul'lie Woi'li'.,  W. Whiting is operaWng a jitney at j Victoria, for  a Mini not   less than ten  Cr-uihvnol'. 'percent, of the tender, which shall he  I lot leltp*i    II    lhe    pa l-l >    i ciider'nf;   de-  Revelstoke is getting   ready to erect '[dines  to   enter into a contract  when  ������ memorial to its fallen war heroe.s, of , p'alh-d upon   to  do so, oi if he fails tn  ! complete the work as required.  I     The diequc.p of nn*-neeessful  ,i-|.i   p. ill  li>- .. '. Hi I.i il   .ij...li i'X.i:  i the contract.  1      Plans and specification* may be secy  i at   the Coverumeiit O'Tlfe, Kaslo. aim  i at   the   ihslriel    i-'ll;^ioei-i ���������**, Oti'ice, Xi -I-  I .xili,   U  *   -  j     ,T.    D.    Moore,     (le-eral     Foreman,  i Kaslo, will lie pie|������,ii cl  to meet  intending   contractor:-,   at Creston on Mou  whidh it claimf 71.  tcudei -  itioi. of  Tenders Wanted  Healed   tendon-     addressed     to   the  undei'.slgiu-d will   be   received    up to 41  p.m. on Friday, .Lily Hath, 1010, for the j day, July "22m\, at   noon,   ami   acc.oni-  coni'.truction   of  n   frame  liinUl'ho- ap- 1 pany thc-in over the route of the pi o  proximately *.-l **��������� .���������<', one story, on the   posed work,  school i^roliud  !:peeilleat ion-i  Ninnies' office,  nfi "  a  at Cictoi,.    Pl.-us." and \  can    he    *een    at    It. U. '>  I'Yuit  (Jrowei-M   Tnion, I  i-    ,noii4i,i \.    ,folv   lM.it.      l.'.*.W   t  di-  iy iemici  not ii, p p .r.,.i'i iiy 4,.*.".; jr!.; ;t.  JAM. Cin*.IM".N<!T0N\  "-'.'���������i-ret :���������.*���������}��������� '!':������������������������!   ;u er,  ("reslon  School Hoard.  The '*(*������iti- '.et    io    (.,���������   enmnn-nerd im-  iiii-di.itelv on acceptance nj tender and  ou    or    bciore   .Sepleintter  ���������"���������Minnleieh  ������������������Mi-.." nun  ��������� aid v aeecjii i-i!.  VV m     I, \ \i  1 >!��������� ti i"(  s \ \ .  Ijij-ine  Alberta, but after M-eing  thin   aci.ttoh ' ���������.'reston,  July 17, It'll*. ���������SBCHsa  SMI    feEVIEW,     CRESTOH,    BL   ,-tP  There i������ more energy  ba m%. -pound of g������od  bres-ji ma^de asv _ $Ke  home with Royal Yeast  ���������akes than in -~ pound  $fme%l������ Bread making  n  is z~ v-it~\p-i-  &nd   requires   ww  prc-  ���������  ��������� ~.     ~r..ii  i*as������"r*v*pcisoi\s is'*, svoya*-  Yeast Bake Book,  mailed free on re-quest.  WEAK MOTHERS  REGAIN HEALTH  empire, joint heirs to one of nature's >  greatest storehouses of happiness \  and wealth. -**"  There must bc less of looking askance at fellow citizens because by  the accident of birth they first saw  thc light in some far-off portion of the  world, or because by that same accident they were brought up to worship ; weakness to get the upper hand of  God through different forms. There i hel'* ������ she does,'worry will mar. her  .     , , .  . , .work in tne home and torment her in  must bc less of suspicion and more ot  body. aml lnimi.    Day aftcr day spent  sympathy;     less  of  antagonism     and  amid the same    surroundings, is    en-  more  of co-operation. ough to cause fretfulness and depres-  In the second place, there must be! sion*    But there arc other causes, as  determination  and a united  effort  on  Through    the New Blood Dr.    Williams'  Pink  Pills  Actually  Make  No   mother   should   allow   nervous  irrigation In Alberta  Farmers Determined to Secure Surveys Without Delay  MacLeod, Alberta.���������A project to  secure irrigation for the district lying between the Waterto\Vn and  Belly rivers, with its southern extremity 12 miles due west of Cardston,  is under consideration. The proposal  is to take the water from Belly river  to the southwest tip of thc Blood Reserve, and by carrying it north parts  every     mother  knows      that  tend  to   of  four    townships  can    be  watered.  make her nerves run down. A change I  the part of all  to assure to thc boys   would benefit  her jaded  system,  and ]  rest  might  improve  her  blood  so  as  E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO  eace Day Ira Canada  and     girls   of   Canada���������the  Canada���������the best possible    education  j regardless  of  their  present  condition  land  place  iu  life.     The  governments . men  should  i of our three orairie provinces  are all \ with  hope   of  to give the nerves a better tone.    But  rest and change arc often impossible,  and it is  then  that all worn-out  wo-  take  a  short  ins  i! ������,���������*���������, Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills  li CHwWp-.-..*.  which  striving to raise the standard of cdu- ��������� mak<*  ne,v blood,  rich     with  the  ele-  i       . , , - ���������  ,     a-    .   (merits on which ihe nerves thrive.    In  'cation, and are making special cftorts   this  way  these  pills  rcstore     regular  ��������� in behalf of tlie children of our non-! health,    increased energy,    new ambi-  ! English speaking settlers.    But while! tion  and     steady  nerve.     There  is  a  bv law and   *csson Ior ol-*cr women in the case of  ���������j govcrments can  do  much by  ��������� administration,   their  efforts  will     be  only  partially  successful  unless  there  is hearty co-operation on the part of  all  the people.  Again, public spirited men and women everywhere throughout ��������� this  broad land should lend their assist-  Coneluding au address before the ��������� ancc and give every encouragement to  Canadian Club at Vancouver at a luii-1-ai{ movements designed, to develop  clieoa given in his honor, Lt.-Col. J the right kind of a community spirit,  I'urney, Dominion President of the i to remove causes of friction and.es-  Grcat War Veterans of Canada, said: , trangerncnt, to make new-comers wel-  "Overscas we used frequently to-come���������in a word, to make one and all  hear thai song 'There's a long, long*! fcci that they are membcr-s of the  trail awinding into the land of myj great Canadian family, and that, while  dreams.' The CAVA'.A. are determ-jthey have rights and privileges to earned that this Dominion of ours shall; joy and which will bc respected, they-  have also duties to perform and responsibilities to discharge to their  adopted country and fellow citizen.  Saturday, July 19, has been set  ���������apart by His Majesty the King as a  day of general empire rejoicing for  the victorious peace which under God  has been vouchsafed to the empire  and its allies in thc great war. Every  be. the laud of our dreams, the land  we have hoped for, the land we are  prepared to live and strive for. We  realize, that it is no easy road we have  to travel that will bring us to our  goal. Through iron sacrifice of body,  will and soul alone can we reach it���������  -there is but one road."  These      noble   and   inspiring   words  are just what was to bc expected from j Canadian   citizen  should join  heartily  the  leader  o**  that brave  and  gallant   with the Great War Veterans on that  body of men who fought for and sav-  day in their patriotic determination to  cd   Canada when   everything  that our   make     Canada     the     land     of     their  people hold  dear was  threatened aud  dreams, and should consecrate them-  in  danger oi being lost to us. Thous-   selves  to   the  task     unmindful  of the  ands     of   their   comrades     gave   their' sacrifices and the hard service    which  live-   for  the  great  dream of a finer,   may be involved.    Peace Day in Can-  better     Canada  in  thc     future;  other j a da should be a day not alone of rc-  thou.>ands will go through life maimed j construction, but of regeneration,  and  carrying   wounds;   and  all     made  sacrifices     and   .-uffered     to  a  degree  that   no   one   except   those   who     went  through  the awful inferno of tiie war  can   understand.     These   men   are   determined   that   their  losses,  sufferings  and      *.acri'ice>   -hall      not   have   been  ii ia< 1 ��������� ���������   in   vain.  Canada'.*-, reinni'-d, soldiers are thc  nation's greale*pt asset, and for many  vi*:ir-   in   conic   their  influence   will  be  Mrs.  Harry  P.  Snider,  Wilton,  Ont.,  who  says:  "Five* ycars  ago  my  twin  babies were born, and I was left very  weak and very miserable, hardly fit to  do    anything.    The doctor"  gave  me'  medicine,  but  it  did  not     help     inc.  Then I tried another doctor, but with  no better results.      One day I    went  home to my mother, telling her how  miserable 1 felt, and that the doctor's  medicine had not done me any good.  IMothcr asked me whv  .1  did not trv  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and as 1 was  glad to try anything that might  help  me,  I  got  three  boxes  when   1   went  back home.      By the time these were  used  there   was   no  doubt   ihcy  were  helping     me,  and  I  got     three  more  boxes.    But  I did not need them aii,  for    by the    time the fifth    box was  used, I was entirely cured, and never  felt  better  in  my life.     Now  when  I  hear people talk about feeling weak or  miserable    I  ahvavs    recommend Dr.  Williams'  Pink     Pills,  and  tell  what  they did for me, and, in similar cases  1 shall continue to recommend them."  At the  first  sign  that  the  blood  is  out of order, take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills,   and  note   the   speedy  improvement     they  make     in   thc     appetite,  health and spirits. You can get these  pills through any medicine dealer, or  by mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for-$2.50  from    Thc     Dr.     Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  some 30,000 acres in all, it is thought.  No surveys have yet been made.  When farmers interested held a conference with Commissioner Peters of  the irrigatior*. branch, they were told  he had no -appropriation for the work.  They inquired as to thc cost, and it is  possible that if the government does  not take up this work the farmers  themselves will engage an engineer to  make the necessary surveys. Not only arc the farmers determined to secure surveys without delay, but they  have signed the necessary petitions  for the formation of the district into  an irrigation district under the Alberta Irrigation District Act, and  these petitions have been laid before  the government. If the surveys are  completed this year, the district may  next spring be in a position to proceed with the awarding of the contracts for the ditches. Much of the  land to be served by this new project  is owned by the Mormon church.  =-**-     mSStZm  i/r������i\rfTTF  **S T THAT h your doctor's fir*****  VV  question ?   'Why does he su*.  Minard's Liniment  Cows.  Garget in  The moralist no more thmi-cs ot putting all his ideas into practice than  the shoemaker does of wearing all the  shoes he makes.  How You Can Tell  Genuine Aspirin  Only Tablets    Marked   With  Cross" Are Aspirin  'Saver  If You Don't See the "Bayer Cross"  on the Tablets, Refuse Them���������  They Are Not Aspirin  \ 1 ���������  i:     ...*i   tlti-   determining     factors   in  h".  .ipin-^   national  policy  and  estauii.-h-  1 't*  g <;���������..;- nali.'inal ideals.    It i.s v. ell tliat  ti  ose  ideal-   should  he  hi lib  and alto-  R  *i!-.'-r   worthy.  Bv:'   what   of   -.ho>v  other  thousands  o  ������. '.i.r.id-.a'.-   who   did   not   experience  ! i  i .*   .. . .wi :'.uir-hip   ni   the   t.'cnche*.,   nor  11  !.��������������� ���������*   ���������.;������������������:    bodi.--   in   the   path   of   a  ������������������  ''i.i-pp      .u\.l   ..r.i.L-ant   foe?       They,  . ..   :���������.-. -;    '..;   uni ...a', cd   by   the   same  -\  ���������������������������������������������    ,i-   ���������*������������������.; '...ition     tn  make  Canada  .������   '. r,<\     .,;'   ',,-..-ir h?'ii-:!t������*st,     fondest  ���������pf���������w   **N *������PJ7- T3S R94.1l  Worms in children, if they be not  attended toj-pagause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from   these   distressing   afflictions.  Strike Statistics for Canada  Ottawa.���������According to the Labor  Gazette, the- official organ of the Department of Labor at Ottawa, at the  beginning of May the percentage of  unemployed among members of trade  unions was 4.38, as compared with  5.62 at the beginning of April.  When a gallant man is asked to  guess a woman's age, he first makes  a silent guess and then knocks off  one-third.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Asthma Is Torture. ��������� No one who  hasn't gasped for breath in the power  of asthma knows what such suffering  IS. J. liOur>i4HU5     U������J IVIIOW,     UUWCVCI,  from experience how immeasurable  is the relief provided by that marvellous preparation, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy. For years it has  been relieving and curing the most  severe cases. If you are a sufferer do  not delay a day in securing this remedy from your druggist.  pect constipation?  Because 90% of his patients ar������  suffering from ailments caused directly or indirectly by the action of  poisons formed in a sluggish intestinal tract.  These body poisons are absorbed by  the blood and carried all over ths  body until the weakest organ, unabl*  to withstand the poisonous contact,  becomes infected and refuses to ae"*  properly. Unfortunately it is usually  not until then that the doctor is consulted and asked to treat the diseased  organ.  The surest way of purifying the  blood and preventing the formation  of these destructive body poisons is  to prevent stagnation of food wast***  in the intestinal tract���������to prevent  constipation.  Constipation is not a matter to b������  taken lightly or neglected. Nor is?  it either sufficient or safe to ~~l-9  castor oilj pills, salts,mineral water-",  etc., in order to "force" bowel  Such action docs not car*  r*nncti nit-inn  dxx-LlLJit.  ��������� 0     vxrv r, l- r. C  if.     urnrrp 4.  The same old sins and sinners occupy the stage of life, but they furnish a multitude of varietv shows.  constipation,  a habit.  Nujol i������ entirely different from drug-a X~  it doej not force or irritate the bowels.  Nujol prevents stagnation by softening  the food waste and encouraging- the intestinal museles to act naturally, thui re-  . .1 _r        : r* I   --I*  movm**** IIIC c-MUSC ui i.uiniip������i.4ju miix jcu-  poisoning It is absolutely harmless an������l  pleasaji   to take.  Nujol helps Nature establish easy, thor-  aiiffh bowel evacuation at rejfular intervals  ���������the healthiest habit in the vrorld. Get  a bottle from your dru{jgtst today.  JJ/'rn0r-0rv2d-t^ o Nujol i* sold in geale-2  " ~~! f--i'tjv' bottles bearing: th������  Nujol Trade Mart. All driigjjitM. Insist on Nujol. You may suffer from  tubstitutes.  We wonder if the Lord loves a  cheerful giver as much as the cheerful giver loves himself.  ope    and  glory,  There is only one Aspirin, that  marked with the "Bayer Cross"���������all  other tablets are onlv acid imitations.  Look for the "Bayer Cross"! Then  it is real Aspirin, for which there is  no  substitute.  Aspirin is not Ge-inan, but is made  iu Canada by Canadians, and is owned  by  a  Canadian  Company.  Genuine "Bayer  Tablets of Aspirin  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on thc Market  I fell from a building and received  what the doctor called a very bad  sprained ankle, and lol'd mc I must  not walk on it. for three weeks. I  got MINARD'S LINIMENT, and in  six days I was out to work again. I  think it lhe best Liniment made.  ARCHIE E. LAUNDRY.  Edmonton.  \*JP J&4  ~r~~. iXS. PAT. Off.  -!- and ecuial andlnav<* ���������*,'*cn proved safe by million'* for  ��������� . Pain,     Headache,    Neuralgia,     Colds,  -.spi-n.y   icigti.     i K|)(.unl:iti9,n> f.umbaRO, Neuritis.  he    elevated        to ll:,,-,,!..-   i',.   l,nv..c   ,-pf   1">   I -.1.1.-1 c���������nle,-.  ll.'ipp  i ; ll'  !���������'  nl      to  [���������'"> -il inn ?  :um1  palrio-  .;.d..i.i   p.-o-  >i.in-  ���������l.e  ���������*���������   iu  ; r  ! ,  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger "Bayer" packages���������can be had  at  any   drug  store.  Aspirin is tlie trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture  of Monoaeeiicacidester of S'dicylie-  .i (id.  h!v   1,1.  i      Cil;idiii->s  ' >\..,< I,,.  is     appreciated     only     hy  know   wh:i1   s.'idness   is.  .1 -.1  '..Hi..       t ,  i io-!  i .-':���������' j  -,i* .-I-!  ' I 1 ' J I !  ,4  ',,<-."'���������-  (   i iu ii tlr ���������. s  .voi'kr-d Ly   I  . ;i .   :i   | i'iw '��������� r  have     bi-en     the     our'"*  lolloway's Corn Cure.    II  of it-,  uu ii   ii��������� >t   found  in  mild  pi epara I ions.  The War Idea  mn' Siniili was painting his barn  -v, and every so far he  hit   a   lake   window   and  Hun Call Treaty  "Scrap Of Paper''  Extortionate Pressure Readers Signature Worthless, Says the  Vorwaerts  Berlin.���������Thc Berlin Vorwaerts, majority Socialist organ, described the  peace treaty as "a scrap of paper."  "Extortionate pressure renders  signature ol thc peace treaty worthless," said the Vorwaerts. "We must  never forget it is only a scrap of paper. Treaties based on violence can  keep their validity only so long as  force exists. Do not lose hope. The  resurrection day comes."  The Prussian Krcu/ Zeilung, in  tin editorial headed "I'inis, Germania,"  declared that "il is our duty not to  permit the Prussian spirit to he crushed."  Some poets are always a-niiising,  hut not necessarily funny.  Whiskey is one of the rules that  declines to work both ways. It provides headaches, but headaches won't  provide whiskey.  For Constipation  ������  "Regular . t  Ctocktv-rk"  HOW TEDDY LOST THE BEAR  .1  m  -'-���������2!���������,  I  Heads Alberta Police Force  i -ii.  ��������� hip   gr  mark  bla.-l;  r        yiiii  ! I.  Wmm-W mm    **M  ���������ar n jtai  WW -\m~T.  "BSJ  '.'.'  : .i I  I'.   !  ii   ���������>            41     .  '  n.not Iir.r ilu.  4  .   ..  .     [  .     ...  ', 1 4 .I .        " 1          II  \iiLT    >'>!������������������  ��������� ii r n 1 o ��������������� i  i  .,l:s'A- 1  Ul.l rill - t  .No i  -.ill.-1.1. '  ' i.  . r.  '.Iiipr-, down  i'i a/y, I iin .'  ' -.-. ha I von doing  II a v; '���������,      w.i p   I n '*  a    111 41 ,i ui'<*      ol  1   ilu nl:   il1!-   lit  It.  a-pked   a  that   ler?"  |l| OKI 11 I     ,111-  liily   fool,  county  jail.  -^V\,lI.i*T;f^^C*t4v^  in  i.i i i,iii    .��������� >  '. <-1 /   M.i/.  un-1 ii ing  ii f \'.'  I IouiU s  I ..<*   d  tl        4   rl-,..-'',.  ''ii,r 1 ...4'.   .*      .V1,..   , .  ..;:;'-.    y  i   .   ry    i. -,  j  tunl    *������   opt. ft n I uly    mil-*    ftm.    *ri><"..    ������   lirnr ;    tx I i  rll'iillV   ������,    III'    !',<llrl������.l4IIIMi,     t.ix'r.l    ,0     til,.,    I ,l|,|.| i,.i,  l'....i.i!i������     H.until* l>c������r frrtnlf y.m mont Ion > wlj :  hi r i 1. i n if  i,f   | h c   |ii*are  i' u inr.it   i-i    .nil |d /   aw  t f  ., i ���������  . 1.1  ,' ���������!  They say a sore corn interfered  with his speed. Always apply Putnam's Corn Extractor. For fifty years  it has been curing corns and warts.  "Ptituani's" never fails. Use no  other, 25c at  all  dealers.  Sawing Wood With One  Arm  Eor some mouths uow no dispatch  on the life of the former German emperor    at Amerongeu,    Holland, has  omitted lo say something about    his  favorite exercise, which  is  said to be  sawing logs of  wood.    .The  faithful  correspondent   who  sends   out     thene  stories,    or the  loyal    secretary who  gives them  to biin, evidently is    not  sunieiently    familiar with    manual labor to know that sawing logs \. an occupation   which   reipiires   (lie   use.     of  two arms.    The retired emperor, unfortunately, has but  onr.     Ig it mer*  vanity  which   directs   that   the  world  he offered  ihi.i  rharacteri.**(ically Ger-  iian  cainouflag.., or i.s there  a more  sinister political de.*Jgu back of it? ���������  Buffalo Evprrss.  Calgary.��������� It was announced from  Edmonton that Chief Alfred Cuddy,  of the. Calgary police, had been named as head of the reorganized provincial police of. Alberta. The polic������  force was formerly under a commission, but with Chief Cuddy at the  head it will now be directly under thc  control of thc aUorncy-p-c-ncral's department. Chief Cuddy bas been here  for eight years and his loss will be tm  serious one for the city.  " ?.���������:.������������������--'��������� ���������L-.r-j'."' .rs.i-^i.^.^.L.^LZ.-.". :.s~  **^      PREMIER        ^  Stoves and Ranges  -i^^i-lMr^ir^i j-  ~T0\*0^mm\^rm\~���������\\x\0mmi'  iraiiBUJHtir  l'il 'l*T '\\tuy *r*,*1  ���������^l**.^***: rffntmnHiriiiwiii WTfJ-f)  '^^ym~-~<m^^Z  ������  "Thr deinian delegates are now digesting the peace treaty," saya u dispatch.    No  wonder  Von   Riockdorflf-  Rantzati   look;i   sort  of  {{rem   -lionrd,  Ihe (jills.���������Wa>)liiii(jtoii   Iferald.  ZB TOEPJP  "MARATHON"  ftn r-Mnir-rti-i*  i-i-HUuss  "ARGUS"  "RQY.U"  One or mitoilur ol tlir-ii, moJtl* wW >.uli. your  tests ur.pl .It your i.ui������c.   CooUita -trail"*?'--! >"*  Wiiluiowa vheic DavlJnoii"a ranti**! me. un-il.  \Vrll4 us for tfttrUcutars msJL tianit of stur.t  I- y.i.r fo.aUtji uheu ~ dhpJay inaybt setn.  Tb Thas. SJavIton 1%. U. Ux~\\~&  ���������yyiiMe.it-'f-.'i*  W**^wmmiit01*'''  St  0  tJi*SS\X*~~\  .r.izzsa.:  'X^emntn^l}  ....       "MJiiiSiiiiiuin  iiiMaiirasMwiiwiliiJit^^  ���������w***-------*^^  .TV"  -m&u-imm-m-i-m-i-m  iM-4* H .4-K*-.i~ti HP-Ha, ^v^~m~*^i^^4-U t -mMt  ,*m~xi*0,������ ������-rAt^r.-U4i-4-+-X<to)l0to#,lj, ���������gsgas  T1R "E ; :���������: t?-fw-pw;;���������a- {^.ESTON.-    B.     C.  Weimar.-  eedeil the ���������  ��������� in the debate which prc-j  otc oi the national asscm- t  ravery  bly ratifying  the peace treaty,    some'  strong  sentiments   agait'st   the   terms1  Britain Has Eivals  Preference  Within the Empire Only  Against Foreigners  London.���������In the house of commons  "R. P. Houston, member for the West  Toxetb  division   of   Liverpool,  asked  T-ft  R#������ flowarilit**'*! 'why   the South African    government  IU  UC  WCWaiUCU:-,,.^    rccently   placed in    the   United  | States orders for 44,000 tons of rails,  were  expressed,  and 99 deputies- ab-j  voting    on    ihe    reso-' Recommendations  for   Awards  Must   1,000 cars and 250 trucks, and in the  lntion to ratify thc treaty. Most of i  the ministers were present aT thc |  ���������meeting of the assembly, and there'  was a full attendance of deputies. Dr.  "Hermann Mueller, the foreign minister, in introducing the government  bills, explained that hastening of Ibe  ratification order woui  thc lifting of the blockade  "Wc are about  to enter upon a 40  years'  march through  dirt,"  hc  said.  "I can find no other term for the path",  of suffering  fulfillment of the  treaty;  prescribed for us."  Be Sent to Ottawa Ey End  of August  U.S. and Canada orders* for 70 large  locomotives instead of in Great Brit-  'v^**Sm*m   *"-***"'   00   -**** H 0m   o  ' 1 ���������a^-^-fS-f^^i  Failed T������ Get Knighthood i J  Ottawa.���������Officers   "and soldiers    of  i the    Canadian    "Expeditionary    Force i  'who displayed gallantry  while escap-l  ing or attempting to escape from thci  stenmg   oi   mc . . ,        . . i t3.r\r  for     ilio   colonies    s;  ,   ,   . b      .      t   enemv.  or  who  rendered  exceptional j-----   ~-!     l'n     'Ji������n*ts,  s������  u   urmg   !lOOUt | SCrvices whilst prisoners  of  war     or   these  orders  had beer,  pi  interned, are eligible for a reward.    -  An order of the M'".itia Department  just issued states that recommenda-  i tions for such reward may now be  ! submitted.   Thc facts supporting each  recommendation must be substantiat-  Dr.  Peter  Spahn,     leader     of     the i.   . ..       ,  , .       ,      ., ,     -���������     .  r~   .     . ��������� -, ed Dy statements of evidence from at  Catholic centre party, said: ,      .   . .. ,      ,      ���������  ,-    .  ,���������,,. , , ,      . '.least two witnesses    who have nrst-  Wc agree to thc treaty under hard;,       ,    , ,   , ... ,  , . v i        \ hand    knowledge    of thc    case,    and  compulsion,   to   save   ourselves   irom    .      , , ,       .....    .      , ,        .  l^      _    i   ^_  xUm  .rxxUmr  ! should reach militia headquarters be  fore August 31.     Officers and soldiers  anarchy and  to  preserve  the  father  land from internal ruin."  Herr Kreizing, Socialist; Professor  Schuccking, Den-jpcrat; Dr. Traubv  ���������national'party,. and Herr Kahl, people's party, all spoke violently protesting thc injustice of the treaty,  the impossibility of its fulfillment,  Bud declaring that thc day of Germany's liberation would conic.  These speeches were greeted with  such turbulent applause and hand-  clapping that the president of thc  assembly, Herr Fehrcnback, called  attention to thc fact that haml-clap-  pxng was against the rules, with similar speeches by other members and  similar applause.  The national party introduced an  amendment in favor of ratifying the  treaty with the reserve that the  sanction of the international law experts of repute be first obtained con-  tiele*-*   227  to  230   3"d   tliai-  who arc still    serving should submit  their claims through the usual official  'channels.      Thc'claims of those who  i  jhavc been demobilized should be pre-  i scntcd through  thc officer commanding the military district in which thcy  ,. PS  live.  Berlin.���������Germany is to quickly t%-  iirn to a peace time financial systeail,,  :  - said Mat bias Erzberger, vice-chanc������l-  Charles Hannan Asserts He Got No  lor and minister of finance, speaking  Reward for Devising the Smoke      ;at Weimar before thc German nation-  Box Screen Defence j id assembly.   Among other things, ilm.  London.���������Charles Hannan,    the au- [ payment  of  grants   to   men   who  ar-B  thor,  has   issued  the  text   of  curious ] unemployed will be reduced, it was i****-  ain,  in  view  of thc  necessity  of  em-j correspondence  between  himself and . dicated during his address,  ploymcnt  of  the people  here  and of  the   government   regarding  his   claim,     "The   empire's   needs   must   be   di-  i maintaining  Britain's   export  trade.     \ to bc an inventor of smoke boxes ag-  vided     henceforth      between      home  Ho.  L.  C.  S. Amery,    tinder-secrc-  a*nst submarine attack. ; needs and indemnities," he eaid.  for     the  colonies,  said  some of       -*v"*r*  Hannan     claims  his  invention!     "The burdens of taxation will reach  was adopted, but his stipulation that! ar. absolutely terrible height. A fioat-  thc reward should be a "good old- j ing debt of 72,000,000,000 marks is a  fashioned knighthood and pension constant danger, and the removal o������  equivalent," was ignored. | this  debt is  one  of  our  most urgent  In February he was informed "it j tasks. There arc two ways in which  was not found possible to include! to do it���������either its conversion into a  your -name in the present honors list,'funded loan, or its extinction by big  but whe the next one is prepared you levies and a heavy property tax. I  shall again receive consideration." ;do not indulge    the hope that thes������  However, no knighthood was forth-; two ways will immediately yield the  coming, and Mr. Hannan now pre- j entire liquid amount of 72,000,000,000  sents the correspondence to the pub-'. marks. It is thc duty of conquered  lie.  i-ail Harvesting  Starts la Or-tari������  Crops on the Whole Are Very Poor  This Year  Toronto.���������Fall wheat harvesting  has already commenced in a few  counties, according to the Ontario  crop-report, issued by thc department  of agriculture.  Owing to the length of straw, some  of the grain has been knocked down.  a court be created to investigate the i In some sections, fears were that  responsibility for the war. I grain was ripening too fast,    but thc  In the course of the debate Presi-} yield will be"higher,  dent Fehrcnback protested against) Winter rye is ready lor t.ie ^m^er.  Alsace-Lorraine being torn from! Crops on thc whole are very poor.  Germany. Hc said that thc treaty of i Some sections report practically a  1S71 simply made good what bad been'failure. The fields arc uneven, and  taken from Germany 150 ycars before.'! on account of the dry weather, grain  He hoped that the people of Alsace-lis heading out at a foot and less in  Lorraine would preserve their Gcr- height,  man character, customs, etc.  ed before  the armistice had been signed, when  it was impossible for Great Britain  to supply railway material. British  offers respecting the price and date of  delivery of the 70 locomotives had  been so unfavorable that South Africa  had been obliged to go further afield.  He was glad to say 40 of them had  been  ordered in  Canada.  Mr. Amery- continued that^ in view  of Mr. Houston's question)"-- which  seemed doubtless to unintentionally  imply that it was undesirable that  the South African government should  purchase material from Canada rather  than Great Britain, he recalled that a  policy on which the government of  the empire were agreed was that of  preference in contracts for produce  and 'manufactures of the empire, and  not merely of the United Kingdom.  Great Britain could not expect preference from other empire governments, except as against foreign  countries. Mr. Amery said he understood the South African government  actually had done its very best to  place orders in Great Britain and had  negotiated at length with manufacturers.  Many Lahor Candidates  ���������"-tabor Party In Winnipeg Will Try  for Victory at the Polls  Winnipeg.���������At. a largely     attended j national   assembly,  and  this     reform  Siiestitig    of tlie    Labor    nartv     ovcr i will  represent  the  completion  of  the  which  S.  J.  Farmer  presided, it  was  whole work.  people not only to bow to a state o������  compulsion, but to achieve an inward  conviction as to thc necessity of giving up all riches and all that is supcr-  Ifhious.  "Changes  in   the  system   of     taxa-  i tion will bc speedily submitted to the  decided  to  nominate  candidates  tori  i  "Thc world has  denied lis  interna-  Reds Prepare 10  Evacuate Pelrograd  British Army Won The War  Emphatic Statement By Sir Douglas;  Haig on British Army j  Achievements  MasSi**   lAtiTppt-  Etiiiion  muikj-'   tjUdtix.   x-xxxs.xx  Ukrainian   Anti-Bolshevist   Commander Shows Cruelty  London. ��������� Many jews have lost  their lives in the course of thc op-  London.���������Field Marshal Haig. re-'orations between the. Russian soviet  cciving the freedom of Newcastle, dc-! forces and those of General Gregori-  precated thc tendency to minimize thc off, commander of thc Ukrainian anti-  British army's achievements in the j Bolshevist army, which has been  war. j fighting its way northward from  thc  "It is right to speak of our allies," j Black Sea, Cecil Harmsworth, underlie declared, "but it was the British secretary for foreign affairs, said in  army that won the war; it was Brit-j the house of commons in replying to  aii. that bore the brunt of the fight- j a question. General Grcgoricff, thc  ing in the last two ycars. I hope! nndcr-sccrelary said, was stated to be  everyone     will  realize     the   fact and'strongly    anti-Jewish  in  his    sympa-  stick by the  fellows who  fought and  ���������buffered and their dependents."  late Unrest \r. Italy  thies.  Has No Plans for His Future  Toronto.���������Sir Thomas   White,  who  is at his  home in Toronto for a  few  days, stated that reports which    have  Repression of Disorders By Military' appeared    and are appearing   "In  thc  Methods Resented By Labor J press, to the effect that he had been  Leaders I offered and accepted an executive po-  "Roinr.���������Thc chamber of labor has silion with sonic railway corporation  proclaimed a general strike, as from or bank, or life insurance company,  midnight Tuesday as a sign of pro- were entirely without foundation and  test against the police and military : w<re unfair to the men occupying the  measure** adopted hy the government positions which have been mentioned.  Io prevent further disorder-;. Tlie The minister staled that he had made,  chamber of labor maintains that these no financial plans whatever for tin-  measures wore adopted to prevent the   future.  lowering  of the  price  of   necessaries, j    as demanded by the people. $35,000,000 for Six Airships  Thc .strike was not quite general, i London.���������Six rigid airships of an  ii.c-..uMM. only the 1'opolo Romano improved type, representing succcs-  publishrd the decision of the chamber sive stages of development, are under  iii labor to call ;\  p,t-il,e .construction   for  the   British   navy,  it  Thc food shops were era mined with'was disclosed in Ilu: House of Corn-  people buying provisions in fear of be- monr by Walter Hume Long, First  ing caught with scanty supplies. i Lord of the.  Admiralty.      These air-    j ships, he stated, would  cost   ������7,000,-  Somc Sidelights on Bolshevism*        000.  New   Vork.���������The  arrest     of   Presi-    dent Wilson and J. IV Rockefeller, the! Hun Mob Releases Prijionern  m.,, .I*,,... p.f ..V. j:.',: :.*-.." ���������'.- ��������� .-���������-������������������������:������������������<���������*������'��������� J .'-.l*!* ��������� A. mob atuic.-nl the. castle  o( soviet organizations throughout , and the detention prison at Hanover  the eoutry to take over thc govern-j and released all the piisonr.iT. in the  ment were advocated iu Cue anarch* ���������.-, mii'dings. The gi'.ardr., it ii: si-id, ������uir-  tir hullrtin, uccording to Archib.ild rendered their arms without vc..ii.t-  Str*vcn;oii, who produced a ropy ol'auce. Some fighting occurred i>c-  the bulletin at the heating ul" llic Li.*-!, un-.cu thf. ciO.\d.' ���������.."d ������vcver������im-"nt  ��������� .>"������ p":41; ty',:'i',::;;   ;''-::::::!; - *������ "��������� ��������� (.uKik >'...  Allied    Powers    Will    See    Kolchak  Movement Carried Through  Washington.���������Definite information  that thc Bolshevik authorities arc  planning to evacuate Pctrograd has  been received in official circles here.  Decision to quit the capital was said  to have been violently opposed bjr  some elements of thc government.  Paris.���������Approval of a plan for a  concerted attack upon Pctrograd by  Finnish forces and the trobps of the  Kolchak government at Omsk, was  given by the council of five.  A joint note has been sent the military attaches-of Great Britain, France,  United States and Italy at Helsing-  fors, instructing them to support the  Finnish government', if it decided to  accede to thc request of Admiral Kolchak to assist him in the campaign.  There is no indication that the allied and associated powers propose to  go further at the time in helping Kol-  chak's plan, but their action in supporting the Finns is regarded as  equivalent lo assurances that thcy  will see the. Kolchak movement carried through.  Helsingfors.���������It is reported that all  foreign embassies, legations and consulates in Pctrograd have been occupied by Bolsheviki forces. The archives have been seized, it is said, and  those in charge have, been arrested  and handed over to an extraordinary  committer dealing with charge:*, of espionage against the soviet government.  every scat in Winnipeg and the terri-j tional justice. All the more passion-  tory immediately surrounding the city-ately and energetically, however, will  for the D.ominion parliament and the! we work for the home land again, and  provincial legislature, also to nomin-j flourishing iu justice, concentrate our  ate candidates for the mayoralty and'; care and endeavor upon thc poor, but  every seat on the city council and on'just German,  the public school board. 1     "One  of thc  first  requirements  re-  A convention is being arranged forjlative to ���������the restoration of the life  August. cf labor is the establishment of order-   -���������  ! ly finances.    I -"vill have nothing to do  Minimum Wage for Office Help      jwith suggestions for the annulment of  Winnipeg.���������The work of the Mani-.war loans and a declaration of gen-  toba minimum wage board is being j cral bankruptcy. My highest aim is  brought to a close so far as the fixing, to administer justice in the entire tax-  of minimum wages is concerned, with' a-lion system. The income from capi-  thc announcement of a proposed min-jtal must be taxed much more heavily  iniitm wage of $12.50 per week to wo-j than the income from work. An in-  men in offices, and $12 to female help , hcritancc tax and a heavy tax levy  in theatres. \ on  property  will be  the  initial  steps  It has covered approximately 6-000, that will be taken. The empire's in-  women in industry in Winnipeg, and! come must be increased nine hundred  has affected about forty industries. Dr.} per cent., and that of individual states  W\ J. McMillan, chairman, sent in his' and communes one hundred per cent,  resignation to the government, and it j Such enormous chages require fresh  has been, accepted.  i  I measures.    fjxJfc.        \  m  "Black   Watch"���������The   T>c.ux   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  Troops Overseas Now Total 32,000  London.���������With the sailing of the  Cannania July 5, with 2,95*1 troops,  and the. sailing of the. Tunisian on the  same day with 268 troops, 2'~~,Al'6 Canadians have been repatriated since the  date of the armistice.  The number of Canadians overseas,  both in the British Isles and France,  is now approximately 32,000. This,  of course, includes hospital slant.  Urge Peace Quickly  .**.......'  *n:":'.*.:"-r   VT'*'",   "������������������   r������   ?*-i-Ai  before parliament, urged that, thc  peace uegotiationa be concluded, and  that frinuily iclaiu.ii*. with thc -.lUcr.,  ,'i.pecktlly France, "be maintained.  W.  to  w.  J272  TUB** W^'  FOR THECH1LDREN  pjytuprd. isfo^ arc jj-^.-mosl BWVic������abl<>. moot comfortable.)  most economical chocs, foi romping kiddies���������for ������uls who help  mother .about lhc house���������and for boy* who work with father  ?������ llll- f.������d������V  mmg������0fMJptL^ss^lsw *~m  p-f^P1** t-t- jiito mu-rfV .at men and wcn-icn; for work and  play; for evcry-day and Sunday wear.r  Atk your "J-enIor for p~-^Jp^0 *i*|ie u������m������ It sUmped on every pair  ^uuai.i.iiuUtuiil..  .......^-,,0...,.iii,.0.0~0M.l0.i000i.   ..  m     ...ii..    ��������� ��������� ...,n  ||r..  ..  n������lffi*|T|"*-*l  ,*"i,���������!i!!r*!^^  ~    "i. Ttf-Vr* ���������l���������if*nf���������1��������� ���������'���������-if    -im-  ,     .,      n   wmm  J-.-.-J-1 J.������JTfc.JU..3-U    Ur J.  ,4.1.4. -Z^XxM l^~....~-l.ix)tr-  ir -.- t���������~~������������������  000. gmmmmimmjij^  ^aaa-*****!'*'^^  0i4rmm,im0tirmu~.Uml- rtirir^'niliMiiiiui ~%^^^^^^^^-~~wi-^W^s^^Mi^^^^^^  ilz  inwfpi������iiii  MWMI  ���������WW**  ���������"..-'V-  THE  CRESTOH BEVIEW  HEVB  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  SubscriDtion : ������2 a year in advance:  $2.60 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner*  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. JULY 18  kW&re Wales*  on the authorities at Victoria via  the local member will ensure that  report at a very early date. Surely  the community is not too busy losing money to take long enough ou  to start something that will provide against *such an unfortunate  contingency? Gentlemen of the  Farmeas' Institute, what is your  pleasure?  -0  htts every-uoriSdence   in  xt   UUC.  Oreston  nlace  An authoritative statement that,  despite about the dryest season the  grower has   yet   experisnced.   the  Valley will this   year   ship   about  3000     orates    more   strawberries  than were exported in T918, should  convince that not only is irrigation  worth    while   in   ensuring a good  yield of this sort of fruit,    but that  at the price berries are like to fetch  for the nest couple   of   seasons irrigation is an undertaking that will  pay "Tor ittelf the year of   installation, and leave the grower  a surplus  on the season's   operations as well.  This year,   particularly,   this   fact  has so generally been demonstrated  that* discussion of   the matter  is a  useless waste of energy.   But if the  unfortunate plight of the non-irrigating  berry   grower���������whose number is like to be swelled by those in  other lines should   rain    not make  its appearance   forthwith���������is to be  turned to good account those interested, either personally   or through  the representative organizations to  which they   belong,    must   act at  once.    Our  information is that th e  survey of the Arrow  Creek system  could be completed   in about three  days, after which   the   preparation  of a report, including  the   possible  cost, is only a matter of   office routine as it were.   Sufficient pressure  The attention of fruit  shippers is  called to the fact   that the   Fruits  Marks Act very explicitly provides  that all   packages   shipped   must  show the name   of   the   grower in  letters not less than  three-quarters  of an inch in size, and this must be  stamped on the box,   either by the  printing process or the old reliable  rubber stamp. In no case does writing it on with a   pen   or   pencil of  any-sort meet the   requirements of  the act, and inspectors   at   prairie  points are already demanding that  this little detail be strictly   attended to at the shipping poine.   Under  the circumstances the local inspector has no option in the matter, and  iu self-defence will have to resort to  magistrate's   court   proceedings if  stamps are not   put   into   use   in  every case.    The   cost   of   such a  stamp is  about six bits, and when  one  considers   the   convenience of  them in    view   of the   quantity of  stuff most every rancheris shipping  it is hard   to   realize   they are not  everywhere in use. The Review is  asked to call at������encion   to this and  it would bc %vell for   any   who are  getting along   without the   rubber  stamp to immediately procure one  and avoid sure and certain trouble.  isn't     the   only   -*--  an auto loading platform is a necessity. While one is required hei'e, the  need for one   at   Sirdar is   equally  urgent���������along   with the extension  of   the government  road   at  that  point to cor. nect up with the aforesaid required    loading     structure.  Bight   now,   rather than   pay the  freight charges on  cars from   Nelson to Creseon, or even   Wynndel,  and somtimes due   to the fact that  tourists are   misinformed, automobiles are being taken   off   flat cars  at Sirdar   and   the .only   way for  them to continue the trip east is to  take the ������C.P.R. track for it to the  crossing at the Wiles ranch, a distance of about six miles; where the  government road can be  got on to.  Autoists using  the C.P.R. track  for it do so absolutely   in the dark  as to the movement   of   the trains  either way, as the railway   officials  there are not encouraging this sort  of recklessness.   The works depaat-  ment should   give this   matter immediate attention, as with the ever  increasing auto   traffic   the chance  for a fatal  accident grows greater  every day. With the opening up of  the short stretch of   road required  the C.P.R. is not likely to be slow  in providirg the  loading   facilities  required.  who have been pia,ced in charge to  work out policy of tlie greatest  good tS the greateac number as affecting individuals, as well as evolving plans that will give the district considerably more as well as  better livestock. *  *g~ !    The Bank of Montreal   is erecting  new $20,000 building at Trail.  Bfsnn gRBnensr   J. A. P. CROMPTON  _ Qualified Piano Tuner   ,...'..  Eight vears experience. Hip-best references. Single tuning, $4. Two  tunings a year. $7.  The Creston Review claims that  Jim    Schofield   is   the   champion  hand-shaker in B.C.,   and not John  Keen, as  The Ledge   stated   some  time ago. Probably Jim is a grip or  two greater than John, but then he  is not nearly as old.   The  writer is  still possitive that   no man in   the  political world of Canada as old in  years can equal   John Keen, when  it comes to shaking   hands, kissing  babies, or talking in a vigorous and  pronounced   manner. ��������� Greenwood  Ledge.  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   ���������    REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL  ORESTON   -   -   BjO.  REGISTERED  FCR SERVICE  St. Ouen's Count Cieero 7105  W.V.JAOKSQN,   ORESTON  sr  Oootinenfs Premier Trained Animal Exhibition  and  YSH  100 PEOPLE -AiY.n.3! Talent Galore- 18-P1EGE Band  WILL  POSITIVELY APPFAR at  _.-.,,, I*1 -oV    I    ���������, ,  *4leil>%# 1 *4#s*as  100 TRAINED PERFORMING ANIMALS, including  M KilltITI* liKLEW ..ml his TV.-uri-.*  of f/f) hi-*������;hly-p*ilucn.tf"(l Shetland  Ponies -ii-ifl dancing Tungoing  high school h<u-i>.s.  1  [  PERFORMING CANINES���������  r-aptiyatinp*, pleas-ring doggies in  a. remarkable scries of wonderful exhibitions.  Superb Pony Military Drill of the Allies  MONK EVS from afar active,n^ile  chat t.-ring Simians, almost hu-  niriii in (,Ji<:-ir acti'sn.-'i'ind untie*-?.  C ! I !*.*--".''!'"!.    '!'.. !!:ir." I for -,r-  K iVu/V- Riding Monk.  HPOftT- Wire- Walking Dog.  .JANUARY    I'nek ing Mul.-.  BLI''"'.-Hl,..oj.-Ui.-L,,,,!> Monk-.-v.  DARING, death-defying circus,  Aerial and ft-on-.Taw artiflts.  rNlO JCCJRLLISD troupe of acrobatic  barrel-junipers and hand bal-  itneei'.s,  C.l/)WNH--Regular troupe of old-  fashioned   (JlowriH   and   Ch-ci.t-j  ."esters.  Rsil!  tft*ir,s  I  famous CONCERT BAND  at each performance  Wond'-rs and .Surpris**'.  '    '       *   ���������   .t/.������... <}���������������t<-pff.  ti'te-i!  1  W),iriiriiAii> New (.imiH Calliope  p"ori><-'l v J'll'l'ler.*'.  ������ i;ranr3   ftiiiioriwr  RinriniK  ! '    "'  I  f   , 1>S   ..... *  rfM,  .MIKHI  pHiaiiM��������� 11 ft.kii,  Will Positively appear Twice  Daily  rr  f .!���������,.���������*. .      ,-���������..;.. 4* i  -t        '.,���������*,   mi....  ���������-,  O U       ^'jJF -~tl,ll!~i^       fy,Jrl*i  7  0~m~*mmmj~m-m  S  -.-     ���������A     ���������*** HN4I     .**'  *���������������'    mxgmr   Mixrv  ���������*>*  The formation   of   the   Creston  Valley Stockbreeders'   Association,  and the brisk and business like way  those holding office in it  are   tackling the problems that   face   them  immediately, is a very hopeful sign  ���������and in more directions than one.  The entrusting to the association  of the pasture/lands in all the area  between Sirdar and "Yank, with all  the authority vested  in the provincial government toenforce conformation to the rules   and   regulations  that the association   may see fit tb  nromnlagate both   to   conserve   as  well as to develop grazing areas, is  certainly a wise move   on the part  of the authorities   at   Victoria, as  well as one that should   ensure the  maximum  of   development   of the  cattle industry along s"afe and sane  lines, and at the   minimum   of   expense to all concerned.  If one recalls the   men who have  been elected as officers   and   members of the executive   it is at   once  apparent that a   very   representative group of citizens havo been selected, as well as men who are very  heavily interested in   the   industry  as we have it in the Valley. Naturally their endeavors   will be to lay  down   regulations   that will   be in  their own best   interests,   and   as  their interests aro exactly the same  as every other cattleman's it necessarily   follows    that they   are not  likely to undertake  any   fool ideas  eitltor as to  expenditures   or other  features of the work they   have in  hand.  Tho coming into existence of tho  association at this time is most  fortunate. This year, particular!-,*.,  tho Valley has been, looked over by  men desirous of locating wero it  possible to run even a few head of  stook Ruccesssully. Undor conditions that they havo obtained tho  Valloy lias roached a point whoro  the situation tniifit bo altored or  smaller rather than increased herds  developed.  To tho HtoeUbrooder;**-'  Association hiii-' been dele^-iLed uU tliu lkecc!'-  imry authority tn greatly inorcaso  the eaftle iudust ry    in    tho Valloy,  *''    '���������       ' ������������������'������������������ <"��������� ��������� ..1.  .    1 rJ.fp.p ..I  ,./\     .,!,������>,  i-i'ii 1 <>f lln- i .iiK-li.'i- i������i .-wry direeti  on, aw well uh a   re.i..rm.-,bly    gonor-  (������iiii (inaiieial bucking that    will enable it. to eoiiMidi'iaWly   increase ..ho  -1ki.V-i-uM.IIi'.''  nl . -it      p.li   till-      M.S.t.1,      il!.!  well uk io emum* propi-i' eare ol' the  i ri i I "i p.p i i.-i i i...,!,;,;.' ::. > "<u Nr! uiccli  on  I he (���������'ii.ui'ii'niiih', mretoii oi' iuiik"  MlllCer-t     til      llH    .ll'.plllltll.      ������    Ml',      l<  |',V   I  |',VV  l  l  "���������������*���������. J*  s.s. you a.*r*e nee-y-mg  mm mmm xr  ia**^w  e  A-9  *S-S-fcisa  *j.a**w  Jt%w.ass  fi> H*ii  Duy  We have  iust  unloaded a car  of these at Creston  lSS8S3RfflW*iWi^Bffim  uan  is  _p������ ���������  BB#*||  -/  n-uiBsiuys  LIMITED  ^UBBipUSIJ  Men's and Ladies9  SPRING ar.d SUMMER  tfr ii ri   i  f &  11 &i   B  WW  So  men's in PENMAN'S  Spring needle in Shirts and Drawers, all sizes  Spring needle Combination  Medium weight wool in Combination Suit  and Shirt and Drawers���������all sizes  LADIES' in WATSON'S  Vests  and Combinations in   short and sleeveless  styles, in white and pink  Combination Suits in several styles, in light and  medium weights, from (JOc. to $2.25 a suit  Cromptoan's a la Grace Corsets  in tbe newest styles  4iZ^mX ti  W"5J mm -nam   -** JL -*-**. tm  \f.������**     v-4        '7^4^      ������v_ V     V-     ���������*-^*-'   ~-t  ^w f~wn ~m~*0\ fcn- j-*ta, /O-W h*)**lp**i "^i W H  iS|^p688!B-if GO.  FBT  B  ?.Tr?~ilr..:,"2:2Z-Z:^'^li.^y.Ml.3&&6i%to!^^  Irtiwrtllimmi ������m mmrrvtmdmvwi.mtmv0mmdm.0000fmnim  rMI������H������������������'������������������������Jl������*^S mtmm  1m m.tllvmmamdmitSiSri  -, --K  THE'e-ffitSS5*OS  I   NEWS,OF KOO  %|trs  Id  .mmm  1  At Kaslo the cherry crop tdis year;  will be little more than sufficient to  supply the local demand. 1  The June drop in many of the pear  and apple orchards in tha Okanagan is  so heavy that very  little  hand  BE.  CAiSX^-t-UL..,  ning will be needed.  thin-  V  1 HE   Sominio-a   o������   Canada   offers  you   every   "safeguard   for   your  inyestment iii Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.. v ' ' 'Z.-ZZ'' '" <-..''  C Your postmaster will register every War Savings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fireor  other cause, you can still* obtain your money, with  ���������iMe accumulated^ interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 2Srcent Thrift Stamps  will buy.a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp wo-pfth  $5.00  in   1924.  KATiGN/VI,  WAB  SAVINGS   "lJOaiBSlTTKE  {British Columbia Division) J-J     - < A���������'������������������-".��������� .   : yaBc-onvep, B.C.  Grant ,CJhase. a near Grand Forks  hunter, haV?*h1ne bear skins 't^sHow  fdr the 1019 killing so far. One of tiiem  is off a "700 ^ound bruin.  =-. ������������  $p@piii ������?  a m    m _a  -*���������...-.    fit***!  LKmsTiumZtl'S  ������������!n5m*im prlc-** of first-class land  reduced to "Jiff an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emptloa, now confined to surveyed lands only.  Hecorde-witt be granted covering only  land B-aJtabje.'toc agricultural purposes  and whlcla-ist.noji-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each jnaking  neca2^ei*3r--v Jjoprovenients. on. r/espectiye  claims.  Pra-emptors must ocouny claims for  five yearir-and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less* thanv&iyears, and has. made proportionate improvements, he may, "be-  causo of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  H- Records   without   permanent-  residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year.    Fanure to make improvements  or  record  same  will  operate  as  forfeiture.    Title  cannot  be  obtained  in  less  than  5 years,  and  improvements  of  $10.00 per  acre,   including  5  acres  cleared and cultivated, and  residence  of at least 2 years are required. ���������.  >- Pre-emptor    holding    Crown    grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, pro-  ���������vided   statutory   improvements   made  and   residence   maintained   on   Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres,' may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas o^cccdJr.g 640 acres may "be  leased fay one person or company.  TvI'll, iiiotory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acroo  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of atumpago.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may bo purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, Is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  4, ACT.  Tho iioopo of this Act Is enlarged to  include all persons.Joining and  serving with Ills  Majesty's Forces.    Tho  time within which tho heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-omptoi- may upply  for   title  under  this  Act   ia  extended  from for one year, from the death of  such   poruon,   au   formerly,   until   one  year after tho conclusion of tho present  war.    Thin privilege is also mado retroactive, (m   ..  No fooB relating to pre-emptions aire  duo  or  payable  by  noldlors  on    pro-  oniliUuiiij 1 t-t-.Hdud uitor June 26, 1918.  Taxes nro remitted for five years.  , Provision for return of moneys ao-  onind, A*\t* nr\i\ b"?en" r*v!-I "Imcc Au'*ii"t  ., I.U, on account' of "payments, feci.  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchnno  town,or olty lots hold by members of  Alii-mi j-'orcuH, or uopumluuiii, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 111. 1U20.  8UQ.PURCHASERS OP CROWN  LANDS.  ProvlHlo*.! mniie for fnnunn������><' of  Orown gritndi to f-uti-niirotmnorn of  Crown Lriindii, acquiring rlghtu from  purchasers who failed to cotnplulo  ���������purchase. Involving forfeiture, on ful-  litlment of conditloni* of xiyrcliau**, ln-  +������r������iit tinil taxes.    Whero Hiil>-tiiirr-ni.K-  Vj.D uU  UUi.  Clullll   VvUiMpl  UI   Ulllilllill   PUt-  tin., purchase price Cm., aw.1 {..v.ph i.ihv  bo rtltttrlbutp-d pronrirtlon-itcly over  -wholo ar-ia. Apiillcatlonn must be  mado by May 1, 1020.  QRAZINO.  OrKxtlu-K   Act.   lOlii,   fur     myMl������i)iutlc  pfl*>v������*.ii.nuient or llvtiutock liutiuUry \n-~-  Vi-plpp-p. to. ui'~-Ai\,; ul.rUU'.ti. ui.p1 iki.';,,..  udmti-li''rut Ion urnrlor Coinmli'Nli'-ite-r.  Annum Krui-'i'if ii.-iniHii iii.nn.ii i.umo.I  hn nuinhflrii ranged: priority for c'ltul,.  |p..t><4.<} I.lll.ll., I il 144'U  -I 44V   II.   I  .4 |,|)I X  T-'.'ir.   .*. '".-!".��������� I<��������� ���������"'���������    inr   rtiiii'.i   iiiiinniMV  jriPiii, 01- pa 1 tlnlly rr.>. , i>.iinH>������  SSOOHS  ���������-      _���������_ '���������"���������������"*)���������,"  Another half-dozen volumes have  just been added to the Women's Insti.  tute library, which moves the total up  to 1-S'J books-    Here are the latest:  Lorna Doone.  The Money Moon.  The Master Violin.  The Secret Warden.  .     4-XV ..I     Xl-X���������-     .. 3    C3Z)..r..,  \jivl rsCS*$ss Hissx *oiivrf'.  Desert Gold.  These are the first instalment of  many the librarian hopes to be able to  purchase from time to time as funds:  ���������Dernaiti but there is still plenty of  room en the shelves for donated books  which will be thankfully received.  Yesterday still another batch of tiye  donated books came to hand, boosting  the grand total to 167. The newcomers ave as follows :  Ann Veronica.  Anthony "Wilding.  Pull Swing.  His Official Fiancee.  My Son Richard.  Vernon ladies had a field day of  sports for the hospital in that town'  early this month, when over $1400 wafe>  made for the good cause. :  At Yahk Ben Riley is adding eighteen bedrooms, barber shop, poolroom,  sample room   and  laundry to   his al������,  ready quite commbdious hotel.  The Salvation Array is putting on a  drive to secure funds for its finish-upi  war work. Revelstoke is asked for-  $500 and Grand Forks for $450.  The smelter   at  Trail may install a  rolling mill for the   purpose of   manufacturing their stock o2  copper into.  wire, and other finished products.  If St. Marv's   prairie   at Cranbrook  could be got under irrigation   the sbK  dier settlement board will recommend;  it as a desirable farming  area  for returned men.  Tha R.N.W.M.P. last week bought;  42 horses in the Boundary and Sim*t  ilkameen country for shipment to  points in Alberta where ithe mourities  are stationed.  If Rossland   property   owners   wiii  stand a fair   share of   the   additional  cost the council   in   that town will replace the worn   out   plank   sidewalks | new  with cement walks.  Save-te-i^ Revenue to Develop \~.-~  Cranbrook is sending a lady delegate  to the big national Liberal convention  at Ottawa next month. She is Mrs.,P.  B. Miles. Charlie MeNabb of Waldo  will be the Fernie delegate.   ,  The buildings fitted up at Reyelstoke  for soldier demobilization purposes;  are being dismantled. While they  were in use it is estimated 900 soldiers  got"their discharegs at that point.    ���������''  In the supplementary estimates just  brought down at  Ottawa a matter of  the  wharves    at    West  Kootenay  points, Boswell getting   $6500 of this.  Only some 200 out of 15,000 fish  gna-ron survived a * recent trip irons  New Westminster to Penticton, due  probably to not being able to. stand  the high altituoe attained for part of  the trip.  Harry Kern bell, who attends school  $45,000 is sliowa   ior  erectioij o*   4TV ��������� X-. Ml..  All     OliklvC W111C,    Or  AS~.xXxSr.7.rx.xS. .    ft.-pVviPprpVp  TJAObLAK4XVn^r.Xr     Oxvxrxxxxr,  claims-a  school  attendance   of  four  years during which be never missed a  Jtm-mm-trr   rmlk .<-������ *-������.l       ���������se-0-*xtm   <-nM A ������-* V\������  atTAi������ Into nt.  n-rn.rl  \r\m  In the Kaslo section the fire warden  is fighting fires with a small portable  gasoline engine that two men can  carry around, and which will throw  a stream   a  matter   of   eighty   feet  m   ��������� J-QQ  If GKlliiJlQl}  si* single occasion.  AT f-���������.������fx.,rS    "S-S.x~.0xr.er   ..    4������n.rr.iO  \jVSi\v- lGVla JxACXT    ������������i*S   tx   ..xv.y^^.xr  es pensive soldiers* -memorial, aflosi  tree has just been planted on the K.id-  toan ranch, and when it is big enough  ������.brass-tablet   showing   the names of.  the local recruits  the tree.  will be   attached to  80 per cent, of the entire fruit crop  at Grand Forks has been bought by  the Occidental Canning Co. of Kel-  owiia. They haye made a stated price  for apples delivered at the warehouse  in town���������the Occidental to do the  grading, packing and shipping. They  have taken over the warehouses of  both selling agencies.  ?~r\ nn  These  are  mostly for  the!  ladies, with a few attractive  Wh������.-���������un SU-TK^Tt offerings'for the girls and the  is certainly a great fire stopper. jboys.  The Consolidated peoples state that  they have perefected a system whereby they can handle the ores from  Rossland mines at a profit and are  hoping to get it working shortly. Its  operation will mean the salvation of  Rossland, which at the present is but  :i shadow of it.fl old time self.  s  any  eat In the  House?  Builders & Contractors  We wish to inform the people  of the district that we will be  pleased to figure on all kinds  of building and carpenter work.  Address:   Erickson, B.C.  Fall  noupifig  lu order to conHeryc moint-  ui-rt to the '".���������vint ml van tuge land  muni bo full plouglu'd, and tliu  deeper tho better. Thin work  cannot be attended to too noon  oiihor.  tjlHltl.lv.ltl III'-, .> p.l.Y  iviitii  x >p *.������  ho propared to uiidcrliiUi tlu*  ploughing oi- tnnall or l.u������i>  Li-actH with the rww C!.'v-'*iiml  ti-actor.  We especially invite your  inspection of these. When  you get acquainted with the  quality of these lines, along  with the price you will freely  admit their all-round excellence.  Some of the outstandingly  I desirable offerings follow:  'Ladies* House Drosses  1.75 to 3.50  Girls' Bresseb, 1.25 and 2.00  Children's Rompers, 1.00 to '1.75  Ladies' Drill Skirts  all sizes, 3.50  Ladies' Pique Skirts  all sizes, 3.50   -  Ladies' Linen Underskirts, 1.50  Ladies' Middys, 1.50 to $2.00  Girls' Middys, 1.00 to 2.00  lioyti   X.-ISIV*-*.- **��������� .1.111  K.i.p.pr.i  1.75  IVivh' 1 pif-noi Wash Suits  1.00  Ladios' All-Ovor Aprons, 1.25  An early soleotion is advisable. Goods of this xuality  nl. the prices shown are hot  11:1.,-,*,,, tr-.    vi-vi.v������'t*>    lmifir    in    fttn*  ���������    ... x V    -   1 ���������    .  Ktoro.    See them to-da.y;wlnle  thev ave at their best.  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife sf an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  X.  Shamrock Brand  Hants and Bacon-  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  \ Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are   always   to   be   had  here.    In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock '  products.  Equipped with Starting  and Lighting System  ���������the car you have  heen waiting for.  1  We are prepared to take  orders now for June delivery.  There is only a limited  number to be had, so  first ordered will be first  delivered.  With Starter and Lighting'  $790.00  Without Starter and Lighting  AAAA    d-xuv. (  f 0 b F-^HD n-nt.  a, CO., Ltd.  IKememembcr you can- get  the Ford with or without  the Starter.  Creston Auto & Supply  R.S.Bevan    COMPANY      Manager  ploufijh.       All  lip*.   .>,.,!....   il.   iw  m 1 n ��������� 11.  \Z iZ  Two furrow   .������-   .1 >   :.,  .,  .1,   ,x        .x.i H ��������� ...  bonked.  ���������Ohartf.'H rtiade known  on upplicatrioit.  Sti  .4  p .11.   m, p .��������� mi  xm, (tin,  $4'f4fm ,*%MM  ���������H,l*'  'tuli ll',.������" * m '(.,1   lIM*   If '*  l*.l.i|*.N������}ft|H  ��������� ������i������������..,*,l.i,iU  i'"H i"  T TTsT-PB Ji,  ���������FAILURE  A bank account is an assistant  In character building. It establishes the  confidence, independence and pride which  increases cit'ort and pave.s the way tv> ouccc^s.  Opeu au account to-day and bc  ���������nrenarcd.  THE CANADIAN BANK |j  " OF COMMERCE     ,., \\  mun-imoiMWiii-J   \  -f  mmrmm0r*mmM44m  V.'.MlU.'W"*'.*^"'*-**  ���������ll������l*������-���������'*������������������W-V,.''  Muti)jmmv~'-**m*--m-mvi^^  mm..r~ *tx^, ..-������.r~-mwiim.*m  t-msmi**-**-  m.* .mi mm*  xr. x    j*<  S**   \n ax ur.   ia   tr^viFtftjri   n *iitr^ttii*L'ili.  ***^������ vji- iijrK----n.-"<-4z.~. xwjitiR-.ci't.t-Crft  '%^-^-m    -mm*���������*-" W ������������������  "*- ���������       -"- j 0 ���������  4A-JtiiMI~t0itmi-m-~vmSl~^ lid,***-*  mmim*<ivm0-mtm-  Bsmm-tm  mimrttumi mint *~msm������~s~0rmt0mms~~ms  ~m~*m*Wm~m  M-Mi-tm~~imi!sm 9T8T1R.  " ��������� *"���������  rt-^rPvZ\wfYtv7       Tk       (ft  \~>~x.X-JSJ JL. V J.T f mmm. t���������������-  if  S Pimoly Face?  I 'n-riv*   *F.r������    A  wav  i  'his Very Night I  Simple   and   Inexpensive   Way   to  Clear up Sallow Complexion  YOU GET RESULTS QUICKLY  lhc trade oi Europe and bent it on its  own  ground.    The  splendidly  cquipp-  .1   p-/p+  ���������i'l  shops in  Paris -and  I-ondc  ���������rind other cities snggeslco, in ������. way,  lhe powerful outposts of an invading  army, carrying as they did the Amcri-  eart Palpitated  Could Count Every Beat  When  the hear'  begins to palpitate  it  will  beat  fast  f:*r  mv ral   seconds,  ear,  ensign far and wide and. compel-j then slb.v, then start  to Mutter, and a  ling   admiration   for   American   enter- j feeling of utter depression  will  come  ��������� I prize and commercial dafing.  Ruggles ��������� ?v,01"   >"������--*"   whole  system,   aceompan-  Jhad  loftv visions of the dav to  come   -e^>V ^^k, fain.inS and dispells.  ic; - . ."   - ,      i When the heart gets mio this eon-  An easv way to freshen up tl .  dullest, sallow est skin is to purity {"A hen, these outposts pushing farther,  lhc blood, clear it of all humors, and j and farther into thc Kast, the sun  enrich it by the regular use of Dr. j wou*jti ncVc.r set on the flag oi the  Hamilton's  Tills. 'Walkeasy   Shoe.  Company;   when,  no  Not only will Dr. Hamilton's Pills  put roses in your checks and brightness in your eyes, they will do wonders for your' general health, and  quickly make you feel and look like a  ae-w person.  Impossible to have headache, indigestion, or bilious fits ii you tone tiie  system with Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  Neither will you have torpid liver,  constipation or bad breath. Your  -whole body will be cleansed, purified,  strengthened.  To  get back lost  looks  and  to  re-jcign trade rivals  Store failing health no better medicine- thought.  for  man  or woman  than  Dr.  Hamil-  matter what the hour, in some part  of the world the doors of the company would be open lo customers,  whether in New York, Paris, Budapest, Bombay, Hong    Kong,  Sydney,  l~I .*-.������-��������� *-*��������������� *ln *.���������������������        ~^,*i *���������*      Vi*i������-ir*iCi-n ���������������-���������*.������������������ w 7      \. ^  g<  dition,   you   become   weak,   worn   and  miserable,   and   are   unable   to   attend  lo either social, business or household  duties.  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills  will give prompt and permanent relief  to all sufferers from any heart weakness   or   nerve,   derangements.  Mrs. Walter Greives, Apsley, Out.,  writes: "I had been run down, and  doctors  told  mc   I  was  anaemic,  but  ���������-"���������,;_; ���������_;    i   _^*"��������� "* "   ��������� ���������  imc    ���������*.<. X -t  Ion's Pills could bc recommended.  For forty years thc Catarrhozone Co.  have sold them under guarantee in 25c  boxes.  r  'liiiTie* Nils  N  their ���������"���������"-dicin.es.  Ruggles,     might  bc  commandant  of! I  could  not  sleep  nights,  my     heart  one of these depots, jealously  guard- i palpitated so,-and I could count every  ing-the interests of thc great organiz-;      ,  *uscd  lQ have  such  dizzv  spc���������s  j  ation and defying thc attacks of*-tor-   would have to go to bed.-   I was not  It was an inspiring  able to do any work for eight months.  i A cousin of mine had taken Miiburn's  ' Heart  and   Nerve   Pills   and   told   me.  xf\ ^  l/WIi  pp^-J   m-0,   ,9-s, .#������������������. #-.3  oii-U*"C������  BY  HENRY C. ROWLAND  III  Of course hc was still young for  such a position, but hc knew the business thoroughly and stood well with  the company, and lie felt that lie had  a certain claim to advancement, not  only on account of his own faithfulness and devotion, but because of his  father's efforts in its behalf,  matter  of  '"���������**    "*���������-*������������������-���������-���������--  what they had done for her. 1 took  efght boxes of them, and now I am  able to help every day with thc work.  I am so thankful to tell others what  they have done for nie, so that they  may try this great and wonderful  remedy. I hope this may prove good  to someone who is suffering the wav  As   a}I did."  1     Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  t lact,  ixiiggies,  seniors,  in-   50c a box at alj dealcrS( or mH*ieti di  had been of far greater com-   rect   on   receipt  of   price  by   The  T  HI  ; ventions  i mercial   profit   to   the   company   than  ; even the inventor had  ever dreamed.  A man of any business sense would  , have resigned his salaried position  I and found some means of producing  | his machines for thc benefit of his  ! own _ interests, requiring    either    thc  Walkeasv or sonic other shoe manu-  Copyrighted. Printed by special  fir"nri������emc*nt  with   Thos.   Allen  iti Toronto. jii, . ��������� ,  *-A"*v JJ) ] 'acturers to pay well for thc products  pt  ot   p  o., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  y/y  brain.     Had  allowed to interfere with  the athletic  glory of Yale.  This brilliant epoch at an end, Dick  had    buckled    down to    work like  a  sturdy colt which, after having kicked  j up its heels in the pasture for a term,  j is not too proud to throw its neck into  (Continued)  it  had never  occurred to  ���������     .  ,     , h?  done  s������  hr i the collar.    He had started in lo find  j might  have   got  very  rich  and   R������g-| out  kow   shoCs  Avcrer  imulc>   aml   hatl  WOrivii.g   SiiOili-  him  lhat-?.!CS' junior' ,inight havc beCn tOU,'ing  helped to make them,  ���������there might be a double reason for  this, one being the wiioiesomcncss of  his open, boyish face, and the other  the fact that thcy regarded him and  his shoehorn in precisely the same  impersonal light. No doubt they also  felt    instinctively  that     he  would  bc  Europe in a high-powered car with no  other aim or ambition than to have a  thoroughly good time. Which proves  that his situation was better for his  parent's lack of initiative in a commercial sense.  The   morning  der to shoulder with the operatives in  thc factory and swamping prejudice  with the overflow of his big, kindly-  nature until hc had undergone a sort  of apotheosis and become the factory  deity. This was not lhe result of han-  following   Rugglcs's jdjeraft alone.    He had interested him-  f \  with ours.    They're punk!"    And he |  had    paid    his bill,    shaken    Ruggles I  warmly    by the hand, and    departed,  with nobody in thc place the wiser.  But now, as he stood quivering at  the door, an even greater-shock was  in store for Rugglcs. Dick, having de-  ! scended, turned and held out his hand  to assist a lady to alight, and as Rugglcs stared, fascinated, he saw that  this transcendent vision of loveliness  was the pulsating original of the-portraits tacked about the walls of his  little Passy abode. It was actually  Ruth Downing, thc only daughter of  Richard P. Downing and the sister of  Dick. Ruggles had a sensation as of  a great many small white mice scrambling' up his spine.  But in spite of this Olympian invasion, he did not lo.se his head. Everything was in order for the visitation  of the heaven-born, and Ruggles was  conscious of a soul-searching exultation that the honors of thc reception  were to devolve upon him and not  upon Durand. The. much bebuttoned  boy whose duty it was to tend the  door had scampered off to lunch, so  Ruggles opened the doors and waited. - i  Thc two Olympians did not immediately enter. Thcy paused to examine thc display of samples in thc window, and, so far as Ruggles could ascertain, seemed pleased with the exposition.  "Very latest models," he heard Dick  say, as hc bent  his Jovian brows   on  the  display.       "Good a  show  as   I've.  I seen in any of our shops, at home or  over here."  Then they came in, those shining  ones, and it seemed to Ruggles that  they shed a glow. Perhaps they did,  for it would have been hard to find  their like in a search through many  cities; the young man strong, dominant, and kindly, with the features and  youthful  Vulcan;   the   girl  Use Cuiicm I������ K^p j  Wmi llm������-~zm Falfegl  ���������jKow many times have barbers giv������n|  j this -advice to jticrx "-srho "ire Icsiiiiu!  gthelr hair because of dandniS and!  scalp irritation. At night *mbC*at!-l  cura Ointment into the scalp. *������������������* Next J  morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap  and hot water* A dean, healthy  scalp means good hair. ���������   ,  Cuticura Soap 25c, Oifttaseat 25 i-~i  iTalcutn 25c. plua Canadian datnat.^,_  | everywhere.  For������ami**leeacA'*fi^a*S*3se������s:  8 n CuUctsra. D������pt. tT.-Ut~~~a.v~,.S.A.n  every bit as nice if, after taking down adventure on the. Marne passed in itslsclf in the conditions of the employees  a dozen boxes from thc shelves and j usual well-ordered manner, and, the j and bettered those conditions with  having made several    pilgrimages  to j noon hour arriving, Monsieur Durand, J never so much as the faintest hint of  the  reserve  stock  in  the  cellar,  they|������*e    manager,  went  might come to decide that their needs! jcuncr.      In the absence    of Durand,  ! Rugglcs, as senior salesman, was no-  could not be satisfactorily supplied  So  far    as his immediate    forbears | finally in charge of the shop.  There  were concerned,    Rugglcs had  really j were others who  had been longer  in  lace! lne Paris store than he, but lie ranked  r,o legitimate quarrel with his place  in thc world. His father had made  shoes, or parts of shoes, all his life,  for  inanv  years  as  an   operative   in  a  with the company. In a general Avay  the organization of the Walkeasy  Shoe     Company  was     based on     thc  out ior ins ae- patronage. instead ot devoting ins  attention to the perfection of labor-  saving devices, hc had devised means  for thc saving of labor as represented  in his toiling fellow- men and women,  and the result had proved more profitable than the invention of soulless  machines could possibly have been. It  must be admitted, however, that the  profits  had not accrued  solely  to the  body  of  sweet and thoughtful of face, with  I very dark, examining blue eyes, a  'Grecian nose, the classic purity of  which was made seductive by the suggestion of an.upward tilt, a full-lipped,  mirthful mouth, set not precisely in  the horizontal line, and a chin like her  brother's, though without thc cleft���������  or, at least, with no more than a suspicion of if.  (To Be Continued.)  ARTS  *M<tfllwArt'p������')n������'H;ten>������<*,*7  cortxmp-st&mgm.  MELBCINH EPUCATIO  i APPL1BD SCJBNCB  ������ Mining, Cbssa!������s������!, Citil,  I Meobftmcel  --*-  ~.~~ats~9-l  I $\~.ii&-t~-'\ni  |  ea  Huge Vote For  'E������**i'||.fl''v*i������ir   S^S'Sii'S  rr.anufacturing   concern    froin    which  the Walkeasy had partially sprung.   111 principles of a military service, which,, company.       .Several  thousands of hu-  was  there  that he met Ruggk-s's mo- j however, did not prevent a more effi-| man beings who worked  for the com-  llicr, a pretty   Irish  girl  ami also onc-****c*'t  employee  from being promoted j pany  had been   likewise  benefited.  ������..i th':  factory force.    Ruggles, senior,! oyer the heads of his less capable se-j     Bm    ]--Ugg-es-s    adoration    of    this  had been with the \\ alkea*-y Company:  a*-   {'orI*mar.   ever   since   it?   incorpora-'  tii.r., ar.<1 ij'ing of an  inventive  mind,  he  had  "Black  Watch' ���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  Over Sea And  Back In A Day  Speedy   Air Voyages Forecasted   By  Lieut.-Commander Read  New York.���������That within three  years, with thc interest and co-operation in aviation which  prevailed dur-  niors ��������� which  same  may be  said  to1, jcmjgCK-, was no( \yA(,c.\ solely on such "ing the war, it will  havc become  ihe  '-.old  true  of  any   service,  whether  it!! iniperson-..l tenets as these. "While em-   custom to travel to Kuropc by airship  iri.ii*!'. ��������� i  ���������c...! i *- k i  -ii.igi.i  \-.r, ��������� .  p-.-r.p-.-i  1    SO'  ne   highly  valuable  tret  *i:ing  and  siiiching  <_>nt"  of   t'.K:   e!  v. i: r   K u --; -  **-*"���������'iploved in one of the New York retail  the  and not al all uncommon to go over  and return in  thc af-  propc-rlv  handled,  I-'-i  ��������� ���������'. v,  be    military,    commercial, or    ol  other sort, and nobody can deny    tlie j sto,.���������S| HC li;l(i onc c'ay come into per-   in  thc morning ai  justice thereof. I sonal    relations with    Dick Downing,; tcrnoon,     was  forecasted    byLicut.-  ll was the slack hour, and. Rugglcs 1 who had dropped in to buy a pair of! Commander Albert C. Read, of the  was looking out upon the traffic flow-! shoes. Rugglcs. who had waited on j XC-4, at a dinner given in honor of  him a small for-', ing up and down thc boulevard when i hiiii, had been shocked to observe that j hirn, Commander John T. Towers of  : ;. had beer, ap-'( a big, heavy limousine, of American j he was shod in footwear of an alien ' thc NC-3, Lieutenant-Commander 1\T.  -.������������������..!-���������., which in! make drew silently up to the curb, brand. Worse than that, they were j L. Bellinger of the NC-1, and their  ii-.:':-.!y increased and from it there descended a hand- the shoes of a sharp business rival, crews, by thc American Flying Club  ' i.m* n.. royal-: some young giant with a fresh .skinjHc alone of ail the people in lhe shop at tlie Hotel Commodore.  KngK-*"--. v. hile und the hall-mark of his nationality hud penetrated Dick Downiug's incog-  tamped most legibly upon him. Rug-   nilo.    Discovered   thus  in  sin  bv   trie  Thousands    of    Dollars    Voted    fog  Public Works All Ovcr  the Dominion  Ottawa,���������Tn   the   House  of     Cotaft"  mons, thc  Minister of Finance,    Sfar  Thomas "White, tabled supplements.*?  estimates  totalling $36,723,120, which  will  be voted by  Parliament before  prorogation.   The chief item is one of  $10,000,000    for  the    construction  oi  vessels  in   accordance  with  thc   government's shipping program.      Many  thousands     of  dollars  are  voted  for  public  -,vorks  all-over  thc Dominion,  and  also     for harbor and    river improvements,  including $500,000  for  a  new  dry dock    at  Esquimalt,  British  Columbia, and harbor    improvements  at Port Arthur and Fort William, Ontario, as well as at Toronto, Quebec,  and  St.  John,  New  Brunswick.       Of  the amount to bc voted $23,494,256 is  chargeable   to   current   revenues,   and  the remainder to capital account.  iii-' n  *,   i i ���������"  .   n  11 a.i  P"Or  <1   died  : ./��������� r ��������� 1 ���������  If It  :'ol-  1.1"  '.) ��������� ��������� i,    :��������������������������� i  Ill  t'.l-  '  * <", v    ;       ,:  hi-'    ������������������'!.*���������  i ������������������ 11'h !   i i  !.������.���������   i . | 4'   ! I      '  in    Vn n  ,'f A\t.  y i '-.. i    p  If  -   J -.: JI  i.f i:  gles had a good look at him as h****''ingenuous Ruggh  >iepprd down from thc ear, and his'. y\.  \ij.v.>rous young heart went off with a  whirr n\ a motor when the clutch is  -nihil nly released with the gas turned  mi full. lie recognized that strong,  jjood -humored lace with its heavy  I'urehead, high-bridged nose, masterful  j..\<., and dark, deep-set eyes. At ~  -;n-.-le glance, it proclaimed lhe young  man as Richard I', Downing, Jr., the  :ii.-. ..���������:,-,.i. <r,.' nf an illustrious father,  ! .vim I.  laitf  Commander     Read  told  of  the  enthusiasm   for   flying   which   he   found  Dick  had   laugh-! in England and France, and expressed  [his  astonishment  to  find  such  si  lack  "The proof of the  pudding's in  the! of general feeling toward aviation on  eating, old chap," he had said to Ruggles.    "Don't give nie away.   1 wanted  to satisfy myself how  they  compared  Probably no man ever wanted the  earth more than thc onc who is making his first trip across the pond.  ' his return to the United Slates.  i   was mine other  than  the  nd  principal  stockholder of  .f*!i  .1 ���������-.  '..  11  -..f.'  , ir-  ! .  the       V.  ���������'.     4    .    I   (       iii  Uuyj,  .11 li],.,.  In hi*  i;o'jd   ���������  . r  hi-,   i'.m  ��������� v. <-���������)  ',. -*���������"'���������  'n:   i.  ���������', ' I. .- ;  .1*  Shoe    Company    of]  Hurrah!   How's This  Cincinnati   -authority oayc corno  dry up and  lift out  with  fingers.  I  ���������i  ��������� \t'.  had  no need to  look again  -r.i.jiik, '������������������"���������.-������������������;��������� d young old face.  honf-p-i   heart,   Ruggles   was   a  leal  (if  a hero-worshipper,  and   ',,-.:.    f;.'her   v.-.'.'.   "-lift    v-v  .-���������1 favored idols. He had fol-  v ;i li tin- l;r**ii<*sl inlci t si the  r.t   I ii. k   I). iv n in g  a I   Yale,   re  ���������    )-;r     , i' ��������� i ��������� I f> ri ,p i     (i|rri.i:i:M       ..������..������..���������-���������������.....I������4....������������������������  .'���������"���������"���������"������.'������4r������..  .,,.,........,.���������.  Ihat every  'oi-k  inn- I  Mil-tii  -   ,    I       r  "*���������������  '���������p^,-     dlfiiix ~i  &ram\Htt4l\lftMi.0  if-lyei   iiil'Uini*ti   Ly   r-.j >,<:,- {  ���������ore to *--������. I*������������t and *������)*>������ |  rWly rAit-.t*. by MOriU")  ll-UrnM-i*. NoKnijiriinf,  Vmm  ilomlott      At  ~,������:i /n->   ..xr sirti\~  0....I       x'.  ,rfc)>   r - ��������� 4,    ���������... -/       ��������� 0  F������r  Xsvvivm   ������i   '������.a   fVfi  'tit   V-������rit������ t 13  yiiu-tSttm ity- Blp������wo*<*y Ci*,, ppJiwic.������i>-g<i������.  Hospital records show  time you cm a corn you in vile ������p-i  jaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who  tells vou that a quarter ounce of a  drug called Ireezone can tie obtained  at little cost from the drug (-.lore, but.  is tuilficient to rid one's feet of every  hard   or   sod   corn   or  callus.  You fdmplv applv a    few    drops of  he   ..dinittrd   had   been I freezone on a tender, aching corn and  sorecss is instanlly relieved. Shortly the rutile rorn can be lifted out,  root   and   all,   without   pain  'i'i "       ...p.r    :.    .ilr-l...     Vvnt    !lrir������:    -at  oner and la ' lainied to juHt -"lirivel up  v.'it.iout   inthiinin},   or   even  Krupps Appeal To Workers  By Strikes   Important Orders    Have  Been Lost  Essen, Germany.��������� Krupp'** works  havc had issued a statement to their  worker*--, drawing attention to the fact  that by their strikes and thc consequent unrest in Germany important  orders have been lost. A ease has  beer, cited of a contract with a great  Dutch concern, which was lost and  went to England, despite thc muc!.  lower price quoted by Germany, because the Dutch mistrusted thc abilil-y*  of Krupp':* to carry out the contract.  Similarly, steel deliveries for the Norwegian state railway were given to an  American firm, this also at a far  higher prier.  RB I*""-* *r~~ Sff&BB S\-  Bl.b-.HB 1 -W-W-W  FWm t\ -%"Pfirl B ���������Tpr.fi 5.9  gJUSIIIHillfllil  May he Overcome by Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound -���������Thi������  Letter Proves It.  West Philtidelphin, Po.-���������*" Dnrinc th������  thirty year-** I have been marrl-Rd, I nave  rm*rn,<rm,>"ni"jii-**m."i been in bad health  n*"S8!������H^*5'"*wiiMj and bad Hoverel at-  taclca of nervous  proatrmtlon tnitJl It  oecmed oo If tho  organs in my ���������whol**-  body wevo worn  out.   I wao finally  nid  f.oi i.d  than intel-  i\'.'-\\i\<_ Iii*,    few fi'il-  lives K-f"  dmW jlldf  ���������| "   ���������������,:   ���������   /if   lli/r'-r*.   v.-bf)������ii   he   had  :.'���������.:    ta  !.;������-r<l    lo  had    tr. victory,  ���������i'-l   li.,d  i uptt'ii.e'l the tooil-all  \t~in,  --1-'.!  'h*- <f\y, 'ind win other -ntli-  :!.    vi.'''..i>"'   :;���������-   e.-.-.-.rlMiM' <���������   iAI'vi-i],  ,:    I, p.    I,;-.|    \,i ��������� n    1 iii    v<" .'I   "i'l    ' :.i. ���������  {���������4i,  t r ,i 111' i ���������     - - .. ii 11 ��������� i ���������      ��������� . ���������        ���������'   i.' ' i.  pereuaded   to  .try  I/ydiaR finkhim**  any   corn   v.ntiout   tntiami  Irritating   the   ftnrioundiun  '   tinsuc     or  ������*kln.  Ii  your \vif������"   wrars  higl������  h-rels* #he  will be k'pKI 'o know oi thifi.  Saskatchewan    contributed   "J.21 t3A6,  or a lit lie more, than one-half of    lhe  .1.^1,. 1144,41.1.1 <-n1\p*i*i-'Krd in p":m*id:i,  oti account of the. agricultural relief  of the allies fund, according to figures  received from thc deputy min idler of  agriculture at Otlawa,  W.  N.  U.  A-iJL  i������   i;.   11 ��������� i i' ���������  v.o-th tl-  I,  '.V  .i, ,i  Vtufotablo Com-  pour.d x-TJS. !t *--!*���������*!���������*"  u well woman of  tne. I can now do  all my housework  and - advisa ail aiiiiiKt womou iu i**  Lydia E. Plnkham'a VegeUble Ck������.n-  5>ound and I will guavantcc thcy will  lerlvw irreat benent from It."���������Mri*.  FitANK FiT2aEitAU>, 2B N. 41st Btrepot,  \V������sLX-hilkd������l|jhiu, Ta.  Thera are thounnndn of woman atrary*  where in Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition,  ���������dfferintc from nervousness, bsekaoha,  headaches*  and other ntymptoma ������c>r a  JpUUCUpJU^I     UCUlikvilip-UP.        J.������     *���������--���������-.     --  Eotefnl spirit for health restorad which  1 her to writw this letter uo Uiat otlicir  women may benefit from lief ������xnerienc4*  and find healUt *# ~\i~ h~~> dono.  For sutferestions In reaard to*v<iur oon-  dltion-wrlta Lydia R I'inUham Medlein-.  ."���������~.f ?-*y~**, *"������������������������������*. Tina r**iult of --.-.  40 yippfirff ������f-Ky)rrri������nc������ is at your Ht-irvirm.  sxmtsoff^  y'!^'*^*^**^"**-^  "' '^mmmmm  ������i.~mmmni,'i,t<tima~i  W������P'rP������Wlr������144PPS.pPPPPWlH'P|lM|ijii.|iiffi.ipW* 4|iii|������^^i,jmMWPP] mrPPPPrr-Wpprpppp  *(j;.t^P������*4ft.:������W^  ^l^*-**w������w-������^ ���������'V,*!J'?-V. ���������"'Z'-'-!.-'  ���������gpSSgpaBBi^^  p^ffiS    BEVIBW.     CBESTOSCa  / i^-i  French Favored  0 ��������� -.  0    X- Tr****" '   X. *B"     TO  i\nar���������nist -ess**, in. n-wiiie  You will find the majority of people wearing    clean,    well-kept  shoes  Asked That Conditions of Absolute  Equality Be Granted Jews In  New or Enlarged States  Paris.���������M. Pichon, foreign minister,  replying to a communication from  members of the chamber of deputies  asking information as to the attitude  of France in the peace coTifercncc  with regard to thc Jews of Poland,  Rumania and other countries, declares  that, from the beginning of the conference, the French government endeavored to secure consideration of  the Jewish question and had asked  that conditions of absolute equality bc  granted Jews in new or enlarged  states. These efforts, M. Pichon says,  resulted in the treaty already signed  by Poland guaranteeing complete liberty and equality to Jews in political  and religious matters.  ii used by those who demand  a good, economical shine.  A Staon shine stays on longer  than most shines���������and its ea������y  to  put on  in the  first  place.  Aslc  vour  dealer   for  Staon.  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO.  Limited  HAMILTON.   CANADA  Fight  Pictures  Unfit For Public  Columbus, O.���������The  Willard-Dcmp-  sey fight pictures may never be seen  iu public. In Ohio at least, the}' will  not be placed on exhibition. The  Ohio censor board officially rejected  the pictures as being unfit to be exhibited iu public. Thc probability oi  the pictures being shown in other  states is believed to depend on what  construction is to be placed upon the  Rodenbcrg Act, which prohibits prize  fight pictures being handled in interstate commerce.  Gentral Part of Ancient Capital Was  to Be Attacked By Bosnbs  Rome.���������An anarchist plot to attack  tbc central part of Rome by means of  hand grenades and other explosives  has been exposed by the arrest of sixteen of the conspirators four hours  before the time fixed for carrying out  their plans.  About the same time thirty anarchists motored to Fort Partalata, four  miies from Rome.^and tried to induce  the garrison to join in an attack in  the Rome market place. The soldiers  fired on the anarchists and seized several of them. The others fled. The  c.i.y*" remains tranquil.  ini-  WINNIPEG  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  King Ludwig of Bavaria, who complains that he has no place to lay  his head, evidently hasn't thought of  resting it on the old Kaiser's bosom.  ���������Detroit Tournal.  If you would criticize your boss, get  fully a mile, away from everybody,  then whisper to yourself.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.���������  When the undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws oil gases, causing  pains and oppression in the stomachic  region. The belching or eructation of  these gases is offensive, adu the only  way to prevent them is to restore the  stomach to proper action. Parmeiee's  Vegetable Pills will do this. Simple  directions go with each packet, and  a course of them taken systematically  is  certain  to  effect a cure.  Rainbow chasers get at least a run  for their money.  s^s-a-a.  ���������rc A_  *%d9> .������n������.a  e  Vou sur-siy must If you don't save wnen you are  young. An Exceisior Endownaetit is the best way.  Write for pamplet to-day  ^ej"!!*?       ?}mfff>m.m iLrsSass.   s* SSJbJ     bkSb's  b������  m.&h*���������������j*\ ~Afi% IBM  SASKATOOK     E������Mdl*tO!f  fl mtAfr-.  ta lata   ~%  VANCOUVER  'WA fiST A FFF\S  1  It is usually safe to say that when  a child is pale, sickly, peevish and  restless, the cause is worms. These  parasites range the stomach and intestines, causing serious disorders of  thc digestion and preventing the infant from deriving sustenance from  food. Miller's Worm Powders, by  destroying the worms, corrects these  faults of the digestion and serves to  restore the organs  to healthy action.  Heat  Seville  Orange  m\ S _ _ IS J~   _  AYAari tl*^i*a.ca.-*t?  All Orange and Sugar-  No camouflage.  Bolted vDitk care in Silver Pan..  ASK YOUR (JROCH FOR IT.  President Wilson  Favors  Wmidxl  Jt xxclx  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Oea-^-ock-***���������* i*!.in****ston  Kingston, Ont.���������Negotiations between the metal trades council, repre-  scntui(r thc Canadian Locomotive Co.,  have reached a deadlock, and the president has made a final offer of a 45-  hour week, 54-hour pay, and the men  have rejected thc on*"er, insisting on a  44-hour week.  Thirteen may bc an unlucky number, but one sewing machine an.i.  twelve phonographs will do thc work  of one woman.  Stated That He Agrees With Decision  to Try Ex-Kaiser in London  Paris.���������The question of the trial of  former -Emperor William was on   the  A superstitious man is the onc who  program for discussion by the Coiin-  imagincs   that  others   think  as   much  cil of Tmee  for    several days while  of him as he does himself. I President Wilson was  still in  Pans,    [ Rcuter's Paris bureau declares, in an  City    ot   Toledo.    Lucas * article regarding recent statements by  members    of the United    Slates  emier  that  .   'tt.e  hf.   ts . -"���������  GIRLS!   LEMON JUICE  ISA SKIN WHITENER  Kow tc Make a Creamy Beauty Lotion for a Few Cents  State   oi    Ohio,  County���������ss.  Frank   J.    Cheney   makes   oath   ...������ -  senior partner of the firm ot" F.  J.   Cheney | peace,  mission    that    Premier    Lloyd  ***  Co..  xlryiv.t*- btj'ii'-pe^s   *n the  Citv of Toledo. I -~. *   , , .. i -      .   -  County ;ancl** Stat"aforesaid,   and  U,^ _said   George's statement on the subject m  ihe House of Commons had come as  a surprise to them.  Rcuter's, which says its information  comes from authoritative conference  sources, adds, however, that because  of'more urgent business coming i>p,  the discussion of the question by the  council was postponed. Nevertheless,  the agency declares, it is known that  President Wilson had expressed himself strongly as to the place for the  holding of the trial, and it asserts that  there is every reason to believe he  was fully cognizant of the decisions  to  try  the   ex-emperor  in  London.  firm -will pay the sura, of ONE HUNDRED  DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that  cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE.  FRANK J. CHENEY..  Sworn to before me and subscribed in  say presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D.   1886.  (Seal) A. \V. Gleason, Notary Public.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taker.  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of thc System.  Druggists  75c.    Testimonials  free.  F. J.  Cheney &  Co., Toledo, Ohio.  TUB. NSW PRSM&H REMKOY. M.l. H.2. ti--.  THBRAPIOH ~-%%-Sx&  treat luceeej, cufc-tschromic wcakxkm. -.It vsaom.  at VIU. K.D1XKY.   ZU-KODZK. OitZASXa.  SI.O0I>   fOISOM.  piLKa. biths* mo. pict-droiaTS ������r mam. tl. rorr 4 on  ���������tougekjp. co. es. bsxehan st.mew yokk arc.ru ak snt>~  ron.oK.ro.  wnirn rott FRBS boos to or. r-s C~~~~  MKD.CO.HAVBK������TOCrHI>. HAi-FBTKAD. t-OtSO.it. KKO,  CRY NEW PHAQEC lTA������TSLUM) S-OU'riOT    EASY TO  TACS  I  ������^ Eg"*!J^ffi-fOr**Pw  i-A8TiNac.o*aa.  tBCtaiT XKADB   MARKED WORD  'THBKAPIOM* IS OK  ���������carr. -o.T.-Txtxr j-tnxxo to au -xxvih* r acuta  Says a rural editor: "A smart man  is never a success as a fisherman. We  tried it ourselves.*'  Thc great curse of this country now  is thc fact that there arc so many  public officials whose business it is  to attend to other people's business.���������  Florida Times-Union.  A Ready Weapon Against .Fain. ���������  There is nothing equal to L>r. Thomas! Eclectric Oil when well rubbed in.  ���������,       -  - . r    . r~    u    ,���������.x .������������������������   It penetrates the tissues and pain dis-  The    juice    of      wo    fresl     lemons s before h     Th       g ��������������� ^  strained into a bottle co.������u.^,ie     preparation   that will  reach  the  spot  ounces    of orchard    white    makes a        J , . -  wOOd'S ������&������*$!l~?Lm3~  The Great English' Remedy,  Tones and invigorates tha who's  aervoii*. systeai, make** txew Blooa  ia old Veins, Cures Nervoti*  Debility, Mental and. Brain Worry, Vespon-  dT-���������ri,f.��������� T.4V.OO    d,V*     SJ,������\0V.4,V> S2rxYr0x4rmdJrx~      -.J.lx^  Heart, Failing Hemoi-p. Price $1 per box, tsix  for S3. Ono will please, eix will cure. Sold by all  druggiita or mailed ia plain pkg. on recciot o?  Rriee. Nno-aamphletinaileAfree. TH"������ W������OSS  .���������ES?!G!'M"iGO=?T0'*!QNTai*aMT5 4F.in.ti.vjlx-im. ������  00 YOU WANT TO KNOW  *ZT. Jthe *r*cta ���������'*<������** SHOBTHOHN CATTtK . I  Th������ breed for tho farmer or rancher Writoth������8������c- |  Efstsr*? t~-x\t.y for FKS3 ?IT3LiC-"**X������G'*-*S, ass gg-- 1  your nata* on our tree malline Iiat. 8  DOMINION SHORTHORN BSEEDER'S ASSOG'S 1  W.A.-Oryden.Pres. G. E.Day, Sro.     I I  Srooklin, Ont. Gaelpb. Ont   !  I  whole quarter pint ^of the most remarkable lemon skin beautifier at  about thc cost one must pay for *.  small jar of the ordinary cold creams.  Care should be taken to strain the  lemon juice through a fine cloth sono  lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion  will keep fresh for months. Every  woman knows that lemon juice is  used to bleach and remove such blemishes as/ freckles, sallowness and tan  and. is the ideal skin softener, whit-  ener and beautifier.    ,  Just try it! Get 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 the face, neck, arms and  hands.  sequence it ranks first among liniments now offered to the public, and  TiT^accordcd first place among all its  competitors.  t  TiilS iXOENil Cfi nit Tit-f  iSrtwywfTT^iGii.u',HrtTt������  OF PUP.IT Y.  iHBLEgS  IHHj*l������gl  ������M>Af> tmrtwTltri*, T4>  MaMM CTIP,  "HtfH ��������� ***H Irtil *"***��������� '"'*   p*p������<ppW.iw  mn mm m seasoheo  IfrVlArmV U   . Urn-imfm. tt  ���������PBBP     fSf       t-\-\    K  W.CUAHK  mm.*  -^UM***rV ttflJMlai  itf0mmm0V*^-m-+  itmm4mmm~X0%t~-  He "Caught 'Em All Right  He hud experienced bad luck fishing. On his way home he called at  the fish store and said to thc proprietor:  "Just slaud uver there and throw  me five of the biggest of those trout!''  "Throw 'em? What for?" asked the  man in amazement.  "So I can tell thc family 1 caught  'em. 1 may be a poor fisherman, but  I'm no liar."  Labor Will Try the Polls  Winnipeg.���������Leaders in the recent  strike have not by any means given  up the idea of aiming to secure the  cstablishmct of a six-hour day, according to J. L. McBride, business  agent of the electricians' union and a  member of thc  strike  committee.  When asked how hc would bring  this about, hc replied: "At the polls  next November and in a constitutional way. When you start out to  beat thc law, you simply can't do it,  and sonic of us alwavs knew it."  Consider Bulgar Peace  London.���������General Crctien, commander of the allied forces in Bulgaria, has informed the Bulgarian premier that peace delegates from that  country would be calied to Paris soon,  and that the Bulgarian government is  invited to nominate a delegation; according to a Sofia dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph.  CHiLDREH NEED HELP  Spatikiiig doesn' t cure bed* wetting;  ���������the trouble is due to weakness  of the internal organs. My successful home treatment -will be found  helpful. Send no money, but  write me today. My treatment  is equally successful for adults,  troubled with urinary difficulties,  inii"������, m  ~utnm~n~, u-x   -t~.   &*������-���������**.*--*-  MONEY ORDERS  "If you must kiss a baby," says a  medical writer, "lhc back of tlie neck  is the safest place." We always  thought that was what you lifted  them up by.���������London  Opinion.  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black , .  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  '������������������������������������������������'���������'���������ollE- t,m,������  When you hear a girl speak of a  young man as a bear���������well, you can  draw  vour own  conclusions.  RED HOT JULY DAYS  HARD ON THE BABY  It is always safe to send a Dominion Express Money Order. Five dollars cost*. ture*s  cents.  July���������thc month of oppressive heat;  red hot days aud sweltering nights, is  extremely hard on little ones.    Diarrhoea, dyscntry, colic  and cholera  infantum    carry off thousands    of precious little lives every summer.      The  mother  must  bc  constantly  on     her  guard to prevent these troubles, or if  they come on suddenly to fight them.  No  oilier  medicine is of such  aid  to  mothers during the hot summer as is  Baby's Own Tablets.     Thcy regulate  the bowels and stomach, and au occasional dose given to thc    well    child  will prevent summer complaint, or if  the  trouble  docs come  suddenly will t Sinn  banish it.      Thc Tablets arc sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cts.  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  A  little  widow    with    dimples  is  a  An Open Verdict  No Proof, That Police Fired Fatal  Shot in Winnipeg  Winnipeg.���������That Mike Sokolowski  came to his death during a riot on  Saturday, June 21, as the result of receiving a bullet wound through thc  heart, tired by some person unknown,  was the verdict of the coroner's jury  riding ou lhe <���������.."'���������*. The verdict added that lhe evidence showed that a  number of -.hols were fired hy rioter*-  and there was nothing to indicate that  th<* shot which killed Sokolowski was  fired by the police.  Clogged Nostrils Open  Breaihiiig Blade Easy,  Catarrh Cured!  To Suppress Sinn Fein  All   Sinn   Fein   Organizations   Proclaimed at Dublin Castle as  Unlawful  Dublin.���������A proclamation has been  issued from Dublin Castle declaring  all Sinn Fein organizations and Irish  volunteers in the county of Tipporary  unlawful associations.  This announcrineni is made in a  memorandir.'i by the chip's" >i-iri-Ui*.y  for Ireland, enumerating ;i s-*ri.-> >>f  crimes and offences in the p..*-i y-.-;ir  and stating that as the lno-isuiv*. already taken have failed to check thc  Fein's criminal activities "the  government is compelled to suppress  ihe organizations."  The King And The Sailor  The Nrw Way  r.  ..   . I.t    r r   T--1-  r,,1,1  ���������ii..4MlirWrl*r1IIIW������w-l IlllMWigll-WWMMIH IWWrl W  MMW  mm  who in !iif>"-.t emphatically opposed to  having her face washed, said to her  graudniollier tbe other day:  "I am not goin*j* to wash my face  any more."  When asked ior an explanation, she  said,    "I've  decided    to  nave    it dry  New Method Very Successful  Tl is a new method of treatment,  that of medicated air, and cannot fail  to be beneficial. It goes wherever air  can go, thus reaching all thc affected  parts. ��������� It purities as by lire, simply  burning up the disease genus.        ���������*  Catarrhozone i.s a non-poisonous  and healing agent; it therefore acts  upon the mucous tissues of the throat,  nasal passages, and bronchial tubes,  destroying all .microbe life, and at the  ,i,i me- time heals up all the in (lamed  part;).  A    ���������.       -4        r.t.~fx       fr'."       I***'* i '. P'P'll llr-Anrrlrll  444  Asthma, \.w Grippe; as a strengthencr  for the throat, Catarrhozone cannot  be c.-lialled.  It tn a fl-uarantred cure, and is highly endorsed by prominent physicians  who uae Catarrhozone in their practice.  Sufficient Calarilio/oiie for two  mouth:'" use, price **;i.t)(); siii.'ll.-i' si.-c  50i, ;'.!. all tlralera.  Jean Bart Was as Ready to Defy Etiquette as to Brave the  Atlantic Gales  It  was in  the Palace of  Versailles  that  Jean   Bart,  thc   noted   privateer  captain, Avas presented to the French  King whom he had served so valiantly.    He was the roughest of sea-dogs  and as  ready to defy eitquette as  to  brave the  Atlantic  gales.    Jean     got  tired of waiting for the King, and, to  thc horror of thc cmirtierr., pulled out:  his  pipe and lighted up.    Then     the  King came in, and, not knowing what  rise   to   do,   told   the   gallant  skipper  A silver lining may have a  copper  cloud.  Tr������i.-;z^t'  asn  3SE53C  *.!-  Tl.  that lie might go on -.p.o!;mg.     !!"*n:  "Jean    Bait," said    I lis Majesty, "l  have just promoted you to the rank  of Commodore."  . in .:,      t ( I'ltr.LL  J 1 ....    ...,..>      j 4. .4   ..... s.  done the proper thing."  Self-made    women   outnumber self-  n in de  men  a dozen  lo  one ��������� a* any  dealer   in   co-.inclii":;   will   tell   you.  Gut  Down  Butter  Losses  AS \otiz -- your butter tl la  u your "-wM-BMlon, you can  _'���������.'.*:' i'.   It?    ���������**������������������'- *-0 '���������-**.'��������� .*������������������"���������".      fl'.'l    ������*><*������  Uli ���������hipped U U bejro*i>pt Y<-*-*������- as-'  trol, ti may -mtpit -wit., nil ������<-*rtn of  ccatatulcation oa thc road.  EDQY-8 INDUtUTEO rKMWlRE  ailtt** l������������ur������ac������ for t  Tl  afford t������i  butter wl  our  be/  \V  N.  U.  1272   ���������tjll������ U ������������������ in ttumlt.  st. lmp������r*tou>" to tn'Mi* -PPP.P* Op-tun.  Vi.<; halt} Uwp<.<:.l.k'������'k>*.-*.l x'~:'s..:r Is aa  -4-.-.I00 ���������.0. .,-.<-,.    Xh.vf ���������*���������>���������> lltrlit.  ������n;J| -Jo not 1 mc 1 e������������������ ���������"iiuuiuK y.tixt u.y.  wl.l'* Hit**/ *r������- ������r������ dur������V.������ Hint th***-*  p.** b������ ujupI ow������r xtscl atcr s-jam,  ^n r~iyT-\\������m "./���������������������������������������������������������/ i������.-*->r  ��������� Ut tlf 00m c*...i������.r...-."J "-I"  $mV4 If* ~tS4t tnmny timet mvur.  The Ut. n. KDOY CO. Llmlietl  tt - . w m   if -f0 .  ... xx, M m  y^^.mtrrrmL.' ���������i-\.:,'tWX3i--jLl~~mi*mm4d'AT~.-J&L,~ mm ������  .BgiMBi'i!!'^^ ���������"���������***������������������***������������������ it ii -iimii iii"*-*w-  mm.  THE  CKESTOK  BEYISW  5 -sras^Sea'' ~*~'s.~x   *=^1?&������*&'&.������mI  BiRTH~On June 16th, to Mr., and  Mrs. D. C. MacKenzie, a son.  Major Mallandaine was a business  visitor at Nelson a couple of days the  fort*? part of the week.  Pigs Fob sale���������Ten of them, from  six to eight weeks old. Enquire vvhite  Lunch restaurant, Oreston.  Wanted���������Jersey or Guernsey milch  e.ow just freshened. Also a couple of  young pigs.   "Win. Cower, Creston.  Canaries���������Two    canary   birds  for  1- - ;. . . XlC.-fl���������       ^\....... r-r. A  lieilMlll Ull^        j-'l<������il������ci.6P-^,  Mrs. Kennedy,Victoria Ave., Preston.  Milch Cow Foit Sale���������Due to  freshen in a few days. Will sell or  trade for beef cattle. P. Burns & Co.,  Creston.  G.W.V.A. member** are asked to remember the regular meeting on Saturday night in Speers' Hall at the  usual hour.  Mr. F. A. Barton, who left here  about four ye-irs ago to reside at Van-  Mrs. Oatway and  the children   left!   m 3....     -*,-,.    .",,1?.>-.-   *P     ATfT,...\, r..i-.rxr,r.  Oil    1 UCnu.lJ    1W1   p-rpjurv-rv,        *Vrl4*Pl,.,    PP- LjCIC  they will spend a few   weeks with relatives at that point.  .Miss Cower of Calgary, Alta., arrived on Tuesday to take the position  of stenographer at the Canyon City  Lumber Co. office, and is staying with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. Gower  on the Bysouth ranch.  W. K. Brown has this week joined  up with the army of auto owners in  town and country,- and is now being  initiated into the art of driving the  baby grand .Chevrolet which he purchased from Embree & Foreman.  Mrs. Jas. Cherrington got back on  Tuesday from a six weeks'" holiday  with Victoria and Vancouver friends.  She i-eports the weather at the capital  delightfully cool, a coat being quite  a necessity most every evening she  was in the city.  Tuesday afternoon proved to be the  hottest day the Valley has had this  year. The mercury got up to 93 in the  shade that afternoon, and the heat  continued well into the night, 60 be-  iug the   lowest   point   it   touched   in  Moore will be here on Tuesday next to  take prospective bidders   on tbe work  (-������������������������������������trirt't-oll.  CHJX. tJ-Uvt*  out to look at t  that is to be worked on.  or country  The youngsters   especially,   and the  grown-ups to   some ���������considerable   de-  and  well-  gree, will   have   a big   afternoon  on   Tuesday,   when  eouver, arrived on   Tuesday    to   visifT twenty-four hours.  A  friends in Creston, and is  the guest of  Mrs. P. H. Jackson.  Mrs. J. B. Miller of Pincher Creek"  Alta., a former resident of Creston  was here for a few days last week, renewing old acquaintances and looking  after business interests.  P. S. Bunney, a Victoria land surveyor, is here this week,., and has a  small staff of assistants doing some  professional work on a part of the old.  Sayward Davis timber limit.  The Stockbreeders Association reminds that this is the last day for receiving   application for permits to cut  hay on the Hats this year. Application 1 0hr*st chllrch entertain  forms to be nad from J    A. Lidgate.       honor of the sreat occat  Mrs. Broderick, si-., who with her  husband left Creston about six years  ago, and has since resided at Canniore  Alta., is dead. She passed away about  two weeks ago at the   age of 70 years.  W. H. Lyne of Vancouver, the B.C.  fruit pests inspector, is paying the  Creston Valley an official yisit this  week. The apple crop is not as clean  this year as last for some reason,  though climatic conditions aro very  similar to the last two years.  The Chas, Edw. Smith concert company, assisted by Mrs. Foreman, and  Mr. Chorlton and Mr. B. B. Staples  propose giving a high class sacred concert on Sunday night. August 3rd. immediately after the churches are dis  missed.   Further particulars later.  Creston will have its peace celebration to-night, when the Ladies' Guild of  at a dance in  ���������ision. The new  Chorlton orchestra will furnish music.  The ladies extend a special invitation  to all war veterans to be their guests  on this occasion.  night  known Buller dog and pony shows are  billed to play Creston. They have  everything a complete circus of this  sort usually carries, including an 18-  piece band. There will be a big free  street parade atll a.m. See announcement on page 4.  As predicted the glorious twelfth of  July produced the needed rain, though  hardly enough of il, and with delivery  a day ahead of time. On Friday morning last the Valley got a half-hour of  rainfall, but the total of it was less  than a third of an inch. But at that it  helped things along considerably. A  real downpour should be along before Wednesday���������there's a circus in  town on Tuesday.      -~'  The many friends of Mrs. Jas. Cook  will extend sincerest sympathy on  learning that on-Tuesday she received  word of the death of her mother at  Georgetown, Ont. A wire came Monday that deceased was in rather serious condition, and Mrs. Cook immediately made- preparations to leave for  the old home next day, but on Tuesr  day morning the word came that she  was dead, death   being   due to pleuro  Practically all shipments of Fruit made out of Crestoii on;  Saturday are not used until Monday morning. Most, close-hi,;  buyers refuse, to accept shipments which arrive at destination on  Sunday, and this means that the only places Teft to which we can  ship on Saturday are points beyond Medicine Hat and Calgary.:  This season there is no train north out of Calgary on Sundgy, so  that Saturday shipments must go east. Ranchers are advised to  cut down Saturday shipments to the lowest possible minimum,  and avoid losses which are bound to occur if Saskatchewan  markets are overloaded with l.c.l.. Raspberries once each week.  ������E"ifl B"TT ""���������"*.  m- ������* * a   W    mmm -~m*  Protect Your FORD  with a  On Sunday Rev. J. S. Mahood announced that the usual evcry-six-week  even''no- service at\ Christ Church will  be discontinued. This partly due to the  fact that he is now taking seryices at  all the points on Kootenay Lake and  as Crsston is really out side his parish  local Anglicians are in good luck to  have services Jat all from him. Last  Sunday he was here in the morning  at Queens Buy at night. Next service  at Creston will be on August 3rd.  E. Reburn of Nelson arrived on  Monday to join the staff of the local  branch of the Imperial Bank, but is  only-here temporarily, a permanent  teller being expected before the end of  the month.  For Sa*le���������Horse, weight between  i'OO and 1000, suitable for driving or  light ranch work. Also buggy, cutter  and light harness. $200 takes everything. J. H. Cameron, Box 718, Cranbrook, B.C  W. J. Sheppard of- Nelson, the provincial bee inspector, is paying the  Creston Valley an official visit this  week,  and  reports  the season in the 1  to!  Defender Thief-Front Ford Lock  Locks tlie box and locks the casing  covering the switch.  Denes the thief. Cannot be picked.  **���������-���������-*  mmi~ma,  m*���������*^   SS    SiT   V=i   ��������� 6=3��������� i"=   *=-**.   P=-L   g|  ibijl^ i b i in  yriLu i u h  REPAIRS  "N  ^Pff-feV SIGH'S'  Git Q  LS-iiO  rtilr&UL  GREASES  The secretary of the boys and girls-  club asks us to announce, that Mr. Terry, chief poultry instructor, expects to  be in Creston this month to visit those  members of the Boys and Girls' Club  who have entered in the poultry raising competition. The members who  are raising pigs may also expect a visit.  There is prospect of the. business  places along Wilson Ave. being  equipped with electric light almost  immediately. R. E. Beattie has about  decided to install a Delco plant in the  drugstore, and if this is done it will also be made to supply The Review  Mawson Bros., Pacific restaurant and  S. A. Speers' store.  After taking a month at it to inve<*-  Kootenay  as  generally  favorable   ������, ��������� tig.lte  Idah0t   WnSbinBton   and B.C.  t ho apiarists. j centres Andrew   Johnson,   who a few  (.en. Huscroft, jr., is this week's re- J weeks ago sold the Tebo place to-"Mr.  t ut -ned veteran, getting back from ov- j Dish man, has this week closed a deal  I'iseas early in the week. He has had i for the purchase of the Hatfield ranch  about fifteen months in uniform and ! on the fiats. It is a ten-acre place  certainly   shows   all-round   benefit of . pretty well set out.  to   orchard that is  military life. | bearing in good shape.  i  Mr. Morris of Vancouver, superin- i In this issue will be found the pro-  i *'M*ident of agt-nrif** for the Canadian vincial works department advt. call-  1'ank of  Commerce,  paid   Creston an   ing for tenders for the construction of  a mile-and a-half of the new Creston-  Goatfell road diversion near Goat River   Crossing.     Road     superintendent  ��������� 'fticial vi  .-.nd whih  and Mi--.  -it the fort- p.'irl. of the week,  * h<***.* was the guest of Mi-.  iienn.-U.  Dr. Rose of Nelson was hese between trains on Saturday, attending  a case of pleurisy in the  Indian camp.  John Mastield of the Wynndel Box'  Factory crew left on Sunday for Cranbrook, where he has accepted a position.  Three auto loads of Wynndel young  people took in the picnic at Porthiil on  Sunday, all   report a   first-class time.  Miss Bess White spent a few days  with Canyon City friends the latter  part of the week.  J. J. Grady had men busy -on Monday loading out some of his sawmill  machinery, which he has sold to a  concern at Taghum.  Constable Vaehon of Creston was  hereon Saturday looking after the  cutting of the noxious weeds on some  of the lands here.  Miss Flossie White left on Wednesday for Yahk, where she visit her parents for awhile.  There'���������will be the usual Saturday  night dance at the clubhouse this  week.  Miss Florence Bathie was a Sunday  visitor with friends at Erickson. Miss  es Muriel Hobden and Mabel Huscroft  who have been here for the berry seas  on, left for- their homes at Oreston on  Monday.  A party of about fifteen Doukhobors  arrived from Brilliant the latter part  of the week to pick strawberries.  Everybody wishes the Douks had arrived three weeks earlier as they will  do double the amount ot> work a day  that can be got out of the Indian help.  Miss Clara Osled of Trail returned  home on Tuesday, after spending  about three weeks on the O. J. Wigen  strawberry shipping staff.  Former Creston  Girls Are Praised  Misses Wells admit, but not so many  considering the nature of the work.  There were about thirty-six workshops  doing different branches of the work  at Woolich, and it was in one of these  that the terrible accident when a Miss  Peters had her eyesight completely  destroyed occurred.  The girls are Hying with their pai-  ents at Burnside, nejiv Victoria. They  are clear-skinned, athletic young  women aud are seriously thinking of  going on the hind as their future  career.  Our endeavor is to eliminate  credit  entirely.       By  paying-  cash you have no occasion to  worry about store bills, keep-  receipts  ing track of accounts,  ���������*$���������*���������*������������������ (a as mmm  To those of our readers who can recall Creston of half a dozen years ago  -���������and that includes most everyone���������  the following article from Vancouver  Daily Province will be of particular  interest. The two ladies who form the  the subject of the sketch during their : m.-���������������������������-.],:���������,,.., 0f fu.,4. un,.r  three-year residence here   made nuni- . *-"'  .-tuy wiiug ui Liiat- ������im i-.  ere us fi-iemls all of whom will be grat,- I        - ,   . .       .  ified at hearing the splendid service so ; On OU1* part doing business  splendidlyn^n������UM*eil by Ih^two for- Js oquaj]y facilitated. Book-  mer citizens. J he article lollows: , i ���������> ...  ,  keeping expense, and  nievit-  Friends ol   the   sisters,   M.ona   and      i i     i      i   i   i i. i  Ursula, rt-uighti-i-s or D.-. and  mis. <'ible bad debts, means an ad-  Primrose Wells of Victoria, say there dition to tl 10 Selling price that  were  no  two braver  sulnectH  or   the ���������   , . , j  Empire during the  war   than , these j MlO Customer has to pay.  cash  a&-*ii-ifr-ffl,TO  WI  1  tl  ~1(  icn you   Duy a (IMIiVROLET you  I'L(|uipnvnt a no!   Comforts of llic 1;  .-*>v *-  a  II  irt>"cr  mmUl40m~4~l0%mT0-mmmmm  cars  M  including  Mrl-'.cl rii: lights *tnd .-.lart i-r.    ' .'nmplH.- lamp f-.(|uipin.tii  .ail.������r������'.l on'-'-.'iaii l.'ij*. I.*)*-c,-VpT aii'l side curlains.  ���������i u-i't\i rfn.-t i-i ���������. Hi-fi ni: in,ni.      i\,"*:ii;i  rim and   ciii in-r un  ��������� ������������������(iii|>nH*nt, iM'-li'di')'/ pnnip "i mm jack.     < -rnnhniai mn   mul Im>\ ami loot  ivst.  -���������������������������il.     I'-irls'-,-;   in   door.-,.     A    I>'K.VJONSTi;.vri<>N    WILL   <-ON VI N'CK  nliail'  I....M  ieadlij;ht dimmer.  Tilled ("li-.ar vision wind  rcai'.     ( \nnplele tool  fciiH'r,  VOU.  One second-hand Model 4-90 Chevrolet, Price $GS0.  ���������m~~- *~~\ ���������-..( Ipso* m"'M M     H  BL mtttt ������Ji? nJBr H. PL  tm-.   l- .0001H  imrvm Mr '��������������������� tmJ   Uu"'  ������ r~m.ui-B\.mu it  M N  X-lxd  ***���������*    |4lP  Im   Tuiam  'im-Jmix,  ���������1  V-\    f"'.l  r-i  t-tt M  ..<      ui   i| ,4   tx) c<  ~i~ y i. tm-t Ufa ~,~$jiti i-\ti Um4  H        H    M   M    IP,   H *m\ ~-4 *m    tm    m.    im  V0~i  PI  sisters, who for four years Worked in  tlie danger room of Woolwich arsenal  making munitions. Many others  worked in this room, but few Htayetl  long. Some died from accident or illness, and numbers In-oko down under  the strain, but the "Misses Wells *'car-  Tied on" until the end, and have but  recently rel urued to Canada. lleHidcs  daily explosions in some part of the  factory they were in every air raid  and their extraordinary pluck and endurance would be hard to excel. They  li..*.*;- wan-.' through their frying experiences without showing aiiy indication of nervous strain.  Thr I'.iMlern wei-i* lhe first, two women  to enter the danger room at Woolich arsenal when Hie call canie for volunteers iu November, ll)lf>, and they  remained after the signing of the  ai-miMt ice, until .luniinry, UM.'. Kor a  while there wen* twelve women in the  danger room and tbesc were later in-  cirased to about 1500���������a rcmarkuhlo  Iribule   In ivnimui'ii  Hlli-ii-iicy in deli-  !���������:-.' " M'*'*  .l'<������i|.i>rnn" oi'ciiDm t ions.      Tbl*  work comprised tlie tilling oi curl.-  ridgi-i-auil iiH-eiidiary Wulh-ls uiu-il by  aircraft,lind all labored a 12-hour day.  from 7 a.in. Ilofh ('hslci!' were ovei-  supi-rvisoi-.s. ou<- taking charge of the  girhi from a. welfare ntandpoiut, and  the other ovi-rscring the eltlcicmiy of  th'-ir work, Wlicn then- was an iicci-  dciit   il, w a;p .M'n.M Wi-lhi who n.'iidci'i'd  (h-st aid anil rush'-d  the patii-nt  ofY lo  ��������� <        .., i .. i ,.,,.,.   ,..|,;i,     ii,   ii.,. ,,; ;.i.  hot h ..isl oi-n led  I be  To   encourage    spot  business we are giving a  DiscouBlt of 5  Per Cent*  on all  rv���������_  ~w~.y  t-\ -������������%.   j^%.  dt4*~l mm  \Jm%J-Jlv~~-.c  FU--F jit^m J4*-. *-\--rtt  mm9vxJK.9m.~t  ii  4.4  l������P     IA    .tm dWX,   4*v\   1,00, mry^    ^^0^,     |   ���������   _' "   UH |(-.."..-n,.l   will,  "*%$��������� M %p^vW uy?hu iwjvj ���������''���������"���������" ���������s,,'<  oi  I I  . I p  gaui/i'd  ,   ���������   !. ���������...���������\.V.:  Shoes, Enamel*ware  and Dishes  Compare our prices, on any  line, with the. other stores in  town and you will be convinced N hut our pri.-.es are right.  i r t ��������� , i       , i x, .        ( | . t  \\ llll   iiiv:  .i   j i,, i     ,; >  i i i .   < 11,11 t i.i...  we allow in addition   you will  agree that it pays to payca.sh.  gS-mml^^^  I"  ���������ocei-p-  i I  ���������   r-~l     T-t   r~T    ���������������m     rmmm,     w   VpftB  iH     N    M  H ..,H BJVW  !��������� . .. .! \r. :���������!���������:;:;;���������:! i:> Mv  li|-llt:, out. 1.1,1 III. t il  ���������I' I o   ii .1 v i-.      TIii-i i-  \\ i i ������  '     r,P*,,.|.|.',,/.,.Jil|.,||44      i  \\i.  lilltllM  Suiv'iuu  MUKVli'MIU'llV   Luwu  m+t*ti������md,mtiitm


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