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 Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C., F&IimY, AXJiiUST i, 1919  No. 25  Sugar Shortage  Crippling Prices  wm-mmtimvss.  While the Valley so far has felt no  ���������serious shortage in sugar, reports  from points further removed from  Vancouver���������frois*. where B.C., Alberta  and Saskatchewan get their supply of  the j-weet stuff���������indicate that theie  has been a yery real shortage, and  that it has had, and is still haying, a  disastrous effect on the fruit niorket  is shown in the following despatch  from Vernon, undei- date of July 25th,  (���������indited to Rs M������ "���������SVinslow.a secretJiP-"  of the B.C. Traffic and Credit Association, which says, in part: ���������' \ '  fx  "Unless prompt measures are taken  to relieve the situation fruit exports  from this province will come to a  standstill," said Mr. Winslow. "Orders for cherries and apricots have  been cancelled by prairie dealers, and  raspberries practically haye ceased to  n!t-*������*e from the province. Plums,  ���������prunes an������d othes* preserving fruits  - will meet the-same fate aud an incalculable loss will be sustained by British Columbia growers unless   relief is  .Sfrxv.ArxA   ������  ������ * a������>./4 tk*p*w-v4>������   .  IZd- i ���������        w0   aAMwav*   .���������     UiAtl-.,    Kl)f>l V      l/LKJ      U-fM, lVlOlt  Columbia Traffic and Credit Association had wired the Canadian trade  commission urging that the export of  refined sugar from Canada be forbidden and that the commission take  charge of disti-ibution in the Dominion. Premier Oliver has heen asked to  interest himself in the matter.*1  Enquiry locally -reveals the fact that  the sugar shortage has not been felt  here to * the ���������s-attie extent that Mr������  Winslow'8 statement would indicate  ���������was the case''-eg ������User centres. Foi-  instance, Valkjpisl^ing agencies have  fairly -i-eftd*^^ entire  the week on a business visit to Nelson  and points further west.  JKaspberry shipping still continues,  but another week ��������� will about see its  finish. The apple crop is coming along  fine but a soaker of a rain must come  shortly if the early varieties are to attain normal size even.  A  young   daughter arrived   at the  .\-  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Editor Review:  Sir,���������After reading your   article on  Hay Cutting Permits,   which   points  home of Mr. and Mrs. VanAckeran. on   0,,t that the Grazing Act protects pre  Thursday last, and, both mother and  the newest member of the family are'  doing nicely. -     -        '  .T. E. Martin of nea  was here a couple of days this week  looking after his ranch., which is at  present occupied by Chas. Kelsey. We  understand Mr. Martin is moving  back to the place again this fall, after  about three years absence.  Geo. Cartwright has purchasedihe  several head of registered Ayshire  cattle that F. May brought in from Alberta a few days ago. These animals  are from one of the best herds .-ind will  certainly make a great dairy strain in  this sort of country.  Clarence Maxwell, who has been at  the coast for almost ten weeks since  his first arrival from oyerseas, got  home again the latter part of the  week, haying obtained his discharge  and gotten out of uniform.  Erickson furnished more than half"  the talent for the Crestun-Eriekson  baseball team which journeyed to  Porthiil on Sunday, and trimmed the  ball tossers if that town by a, score of  24 to. 6.  mxnriuX tx-^-x ���������e    .ua    lfim   xrx���������.-.-irx    ������>������������  J-lAt~   ULGHI  \IL UIC        A.4JA.VJ      *J\9X,ltX%.\d       VrXXdXX  existiye rights to cut hay on the  flats, it seems to rae that there should  be pre-existive rights' also attaching to  the small man who has regularly, each  year, bought his two or three loads of  hay or rushes.  His needs being too small to make  it worth while his cutting himself,  yet surely he has Established his right  to buy from someone who has the  time to cut more than he needs himself. \,^.  Possibly the Stockbreeders' Association has taken into account this need,  but if they have not, it seems to me,  they are creating, a virtual monopoly.  It seems to me the proper thing for  the Stockbreeders' Association is to ascertain the wants of these small users  rnd let a contract for cutting and  stacking the required quantity.  .-��������� ��������� Smalt, User.  ������> t*f$  ���������LillS.-  S"*.-"^ Cjl���������it��������� .. Txt mJi A.U- t>.. v. x-m.   0)        v>.,������*wv<b       m^mmmdmm  the Leadbeater   and   Kelsey   i-anones  eadtk had part of^jci'ate. The excessive  f&$ W^i^^Y^^^^-    ���������tWsii;*^**^  'cw"*'>"6f:'" stra^  at prices bafctes- (.hah in .1918, but here'  the shortage is making itself felt in  the slower demand and conspni-jently  lower, prices' on sour cherries, black  and red curi-'intp^ and "other jelly  fruits. In these lines the market has  been very pernickety as to quality,  and as a result more than usual of the  local crop has gone to the jam factory.  Efforts that are being made bv the  whole-ale interests to make sure of the  future sugar supply���������even to the  length of haying its export prohibited  ���������is expected to save the day for the  later fruits that are also due to suffer  unless remedial effort of some sort is  effective.  WytsiSB^ei  Mr. and Mrs. Muck worthy of Lethbridge, Alta., were guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Sam Moon a few. days the latter  part of the week, and - we heat-'he has  purchased ten acres in thsrt neighborhood.  family" left the latter part of last week  for the Canyon, where he has taken a  position with the Canyon City Lumber Co. While here he -was employed  by the Cranbrook Sash and Door.  Miss Alice Lythgoe was Kitchener's  only delegate to the Wynndel dance  on Saturday night and reports having  a very good time.  Pete McLanders and family arrived"  a few days ago from Moyie and is now  comfortably settled in the Olson section house, whose section he now has  charge of.  TW*r.o     onrl      TVTiacs      "P1.        \\M-���������*{--���������***, *%rvm~1   \*t*\*-*\  4,-ia.m a^B    v~-.rn.mTj0        m.tm.p.xjK~ .*_������'��������� >u.vv> V m~-X-.f^%Ai m.      m*j \~>m.-0>  t Creston on Monday visiting friends,  W/S-r*    p-ni-rl   It-ftno    "PmnlQi-km      niii^o     tho  ������/������������������������n  ������.Va", ���������>     p**ii������^v>     .***.���������. "3������     ~x.   0-m.0mL.1X-r m ax i<.������t������iA*bi Xrttm*^ - a/a. X p  by auto on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mi-s. Paulson ' and young  son motored from Spokaneon Snnday  to look over their lumbering interests  here.  P. A. Paulson left on Tuesday for  his home in Spokane after spending a  few davshere.  Mrs. Archie Kerr of Erickson was a  visitor between trains on Friday.  Mrs. L. Brown left on Friday for  Gateway where she visiting her parents.  There is a dance scheduled for Saturday night in lhe school house and a  good turnout is looked for. All preparations have been made to make it the  best affair of*.--the season and good  music, floor and; time is guaranteed to  all who attend. Admission 75 cents  gents-ladies please bring refreshments.  Proceeds to go to the school fund.  I o Erect Main  Building nt One������  Ldfr.- ��������� ..  , I���������  mtv'.ixm m>-w" m*m^J   mmj^m-tvm-x~~-i/rix,*-ir *���������������*.*       ������������������-'-���������.       ������������������* '������**3 Z^fm-      -.  , Henry Browririgg was hastily summoned to Kingsgate the latter part of  ihe week, owing \to the death of his  sister. Mrs. S. Lewis, which sad happening transpired on Saturday, with  the burial on Sunday. For a time last  year Mr. and Mis. Lewis were in  charge of their ranch here.  Five of the Littlejohn children, who  have been living .in England the past  ���������few years." arrived to re-join their father here;on Thursday last, Mr. Little-  john's sister accompanying them on  the long journey. They are all looking  fine'and are delighted to get back to  the old home once more.  ������-A.My&ri GSiy  At the adjourned school meeting at  Deer Lodge last week, Jas. Huscroft  was elected secretary-treasurer, to  succeed D. G. Lyon, and Mrs. Chas.  Huscroft was re-appointi-d   auditor.  D. Rodgers. left' last week on atrip  to prairie pointis, and expects to spend  the winter with friends in Saskatchewan.  F. May, who recently got back from  Alberta with n half car each of horses  and Ayrshire cattle, has disposed of  niiiiic of thi*-'former to the'Limd Settlement Board, and thc cuttle to G.  Cartwright, and is   leaving again this  week for Alberta on a   similar sort of  i ........  . ���������  .my ..ij^, ui|>.  Lieut. Walk.'r of Conitonny, who  p-ja-rcist's supervision ovor the men Helot-tod to lake up land im low provinc-  iul soldier settlement areas, in hero  thi:.'. week on ;*. vi:..L Ui tlu-. i-iiuyou  Cjty land settlement board area. Lieut;  Manna, who is likely Jo be ashistant to  Col, Lister, haw also arrived.  The   triihtci-i-N   aiiiioiim-e   lli.il/ liu-v  ** *^  have secured u teacher for the coming  term in Minn Corlw-tt of Vancouver,  has jut-it accepted   the   terms   oliered. |  ���������������V e in-iii    tin.*   y.-uis   .p.il.uy    will    in  SKKMKI.  Alice  The 10-iicre F. W. Ash ranch, which  adjoins the Baines property was purchased last week by a Mr. Muckworth  of, Lethbridge. Alta., who is having  an acre of it cleared this fall, and will  take possession next spring.  Jacky Moore, Earl and Roy Pease  got home on Monday from a week-end  visit with friends at Nelson.  .las. Compton returned on Saturday  from Vancouver whore he had been at  tending a directors meeting of the B.  O. Fruit Growers Assocint ion. Here-  ports that dry weather conditions prevail just as severely all through the  Okanagan and Boundary country.  Tliu Constable ranch was still on tho  strawberry shippln-f list this ���������we������*'k,  but thcHe aro   tho   last.   The Heed *S~  IpiiirMiiu- i iiugu m.|4<i'ii ii-iiil   iiiiih    hi'cLiou  with a crop of 1200 crates shipped east  Mr. and Mrs. T. '1'revelyan and family lire hen: from Vancouver on a visit  to Mrs. Trtwelyan's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Uari-aclough.  Airs. Hcliafer returned the latter part  of the week from Spokane, where she  had been vJKiting'for a few days.  Miss Moiiy Ostad of Trail., who has  been here for a few/ weeks past, returned home on Monday.  Miss Bess White spent a few days  with her parents a** * Yahk, the latter  "parlorthe'  week. "       "-'     ���������'"  " ."."."  J. M, Craigie of Erickson was a  Wynndel visitor on Friday, doing  some *repa*i*r ri-orip. or* ^i,e macinery  at the box factory.  Miss Wallace,, who has been working for Mrs. Payette, at the boarding  house returned to her home at Fernie  on Saturday.  The dance at the clubhouse on Saturday was the greatest success ever..  Music was by Chorlton's orchestra o,f  Creston, and .there was almost foi ty  couples in attendonce. The collection  to defray expenses ran to $35.  Mr. and Mrs. Couling and family of  Creston were Sunday visitors here.  A notable arrival the latter part of  the week was Pte. John Johnson, just  home srom overseas after four and a  half yeivrs in khaki, and accompanied  by his bride���������Johnny-having joined  tho benedict"-* last fall. Other than,  looking a little older he is quite the  same old Jack, and both he and Mrs.  Johnson are warmly welcomed to old  Duck Creek.  Victor Carr was another Cresto n  caller over the week-end, his visit being chiefly for the purpose of securing  joiners for the agricultural society,  and he seems to have had the best of  luck.  The sawmill at   the    Wynndel   box  factory has just  (hushed   tho season's  cut, which vims   to about,   .100,000 feet  -���������mostly'cotton wood.  Teddy AppU'waite of Nelson is  -���������ponding a few daj-fp with friends here  at present.  At tho school meeting two weeks  ago Paul 'Hagen Was re elected to tho  board and along with John Bathie  and Walter Cooper will look after educational alftiii'H for another year.  mr  The triiNteo*-- are anking for bid*, for  painting the school, putting plank  Hoot- in the   biiHi-iiienl,    mul rctlooring  the:.���������rhonlrootu,   lhe    u-orh to ti;-done  Ih'l'o'-i' ''i-h-M*? up--!)-  ne*:f. nici-th.  .Mr. .-md   Mn;. Bl.iii- wei-e p;i>-��������� iMiger.* )      *,���������,;,..*,;,., ,,,..  went on Wo.lnos.l-iy.    Un- their annual , hm; .^.^ A |Mi(>s| (>f m  Il<i|l(hiy  wlili-ll lliey   \vlll - | ,.-������*,< I   H    ft-  i ��������� 11   , i jj,. i ��������� i ���������  > ��������� ��������� i ��������� p   . . > ��������� ��������� ���������  ,,<���������,* 1 .        I ''   ' ���������      > ��������� ���������      4  ...    P..     fl.Pr.t...      1.   . ..        till. ...1.1.  the fiati- haying for the Stockbi-eoders  AsHociatioii bus a crew at work hero  fencing in about MX) aoi-es for tho pasture pnrpoN.-i-i.  Guy Coni.tahlo wai; a  Nelson visitor  i ;>������'���������   '.'p.. ...iny ���������������.! liiiriiijiiM, coilileci.eii with  j i.he "���������stoi-koreodei n" Association.  Mrs. Pelton and children of Cran-  brdokv ^fepv'-A hay������ x bee" here for  "tbre*? *Sr*eess on -ai.eiirisping trip, returned home this -week, after a thoroughly enjoyable outing.  Mr. auu Miss "Barnes of Michel ar-.  rived -last week for a short holiday  here, and are guests at the C.P.R. Hotel.  Mrs,'Dennes. who has been on an  extended visit with friends at Nelson,  arrived home on Tuesday.  W. D. Tuohey met with an unfortunate accident on Sunday, which will  deprive him of part of one of his fingers. He was taken to Creston where  Dr. Henderson perforrijed the amputation. A good word is due Sid McCabe, who handled the speeder for the  run to town, as well as others who  helped look after the injured man.  On the third' attempt in six weeks  Church of England service was taken,  here on Monday night by Rev. J.- S.  Mahood, with a line turnout including some of the members of train  crew No 07. '  The Steamer Kokanee was here  again early in tho week handling the  waslnngjvfi" the sands on the car ferry  track.  W. II. Morris was a visitor at Cranbrook on Monday, getting back the  following day. Ho reports Cranbrook  -juat about ns hot au the infernal regions tho day ho pulled   out. tor home.  . Sid McCabe, who with his wife has  been holidaying at Washington state  points for a few wouk.s, rctm-ncii a few  dayn agiTand is again in charge of tho  B. & B. crew onoo more.  Everything shapes us^ weH-Tor Creston's 1919 fall   fair^TJ^'number   of  special prizes that qre being offered ;is q n-*-****".  already in excess of-the list in^'viden- -*���������*- '*-3  ce last year,   while^^the ^sections   on  which the aissoelatiori*. wiir offer prizes .,,  is also slightly larger tha*dr^'y.e.*i*&4^5./Xr ���������*"**  It has been decided, ho^eveiC^W keep-" ' *  the special prize section of the list  open for a few days longer, and thus  have the printed list show the full line  :of ordinary and special awards that  are to be made. .  *- -.  The optimism that   such   a state of  affairs would naturally excite has had  the desired effect on   the  association,  and at a directors  meeting   on   Tuesday night it was decided to proceed at  once witih the   erection   of a   suitable  main building on the recently-acquired  town park grounds.  The building-is 50  x 100 feet with trussed roof, and is estimated to cost-not more   than $1500.'  Towards its erection   a generous donation of $200 has already been received  from the   Canyon Citv;|Lumber  Co.,  Ltd.  The-association's grounds committee looked the site over on Wednesday  to pick a location-for the building, the  erection cost of "which it is expected  will be somewhat reduced by vdlufi-  teer labor which will be requested at  a couple of Wednesday afternoon old-  time bees, at which the Women's In-  titute have consente*i to lev& a hand  by serving refreshments and providing other special inducements to get  the men out to the good work.  In laying out the grounds it is provided to have a quarter mile track on  which to show the horses to harness,  as well as for th'e" purpos^of any speed  syents, o.tx%a. a line iv?;.athletic sports,  which will be a. feature. <#f the fair this  jsear. That the exhibition is already  becoming well known is evid������nced in  a request from Syracuse, N. Y., for a  copy of the prize list, from a prospective exhibitor.  Committees were struck for the  handling of the several departments  of the fair, the directors of the Women's Institute being again in charge  of the features that more particularly  concern the ladies This year's supervisors are as follows:  Juvenile department���������Mrs. R. Thur  ston.  Plants and Flowers���������Mrs. J. W.  Hamilton.  Needlework���������Mrs. Jas. Cook.  Cooking���������Mrs. Maxwell.  Butter, Cheese and Canned Goods���������  Mrs. Lyne.  Fruits. Vegetables and Honey���������R.  S. Bevan, .Iohh Hobden.  Livestock���������Geo. Johnson, W. V.  Jackson, C. Blair.  Poultry���������Dr. Henderson, Victor  Carr, Jas. Adlard.  )    it? !-*'-"-**���������-  Correspondence is now being carried  on with tho -igrk-ulture department  for an increased grant ovor last year,  which was a matter of .$250. The same  amount was offered this year, bnt in  view of the fact that Cranbrook fair  with very few more entries than Creston getK $1000 it is felt that not less  than |500 should be given Creston.  .10.000 trout fry from the Gerrard  hatchery were placed in Cottonwood  creek at Nelson la:;t week.  The honor roll at Cranbrook shows  the names of sixty-two men from that  u.i.'l lll.l   ,,'Ip.p   %,'..������..������     l/*l!*.il       '������,       l)p.������   ���������r)-������.tt|  ---    ������������������ -"*���������     ���������'----       ^ ,-,.-*. .  war.  ���������4.4.1,11   IIJU  i  III.      |i,t*.|.      ni.iiil li.     lei I, ioi  ! Wc;!iii':il���������v, the l.iltci  ���������pi ..������ p.i, .p i  It.4.    I    |||>       l'.'lll.l'     I  I  IIOIIII'      till   I  lt'cotiipauyiiig 1  KitchencB-  Minn l-'thol MoGonogal of Calgary,  Alta., uri-ii'i'd on Sunday and is  .-pending tho week with her brother,  Erwin MotSonogal,   before going on to  COllKt, m  *v'm,. i".ant,... i iv< .! tioni .i.t'irny, It.  C, on "Sundav and is now on Mm l*aul-  ...m payroll.   Ho   -���������xpei.t.i'to    move hi:,  family hero the early    pari, of August,  Jock MoDiarrnid was a   Unhing visitor at the Canyon   on   .Saturday,   and | _,.,     ,. ,       ,,  ack with a string  as numerous   r*- . .. .       , ,.,  ... ,. ������ i. V ���������   i- ���������      -.1     , I fayoi-H unposini'a lioen*-.e loo of Jf*] an  as the law iiIIowh.   All his mends had i        ,, ,,     , ,,.,,���������    ,.>.  -.,..,,., .   , | iiiuiUy on   all who won Iti   tish   in B.C,  a linn (lull dinner mivt. dnv. ! **  HtroauiH.  Mi-h.     Anpey   was    hnsfe'in    nt an at  hoiiK- on Saturday night at which  dancing on tho green was ono of tho  enjoyable   featui-OH.    the    music Uein;*;  I1.,,..,:. '..,rl   (pp>   *lp,. If '..pp-   ,.,...������,,..-������.. .  In igation payn tili'i^lit. 'Clio Xoith  ranch is jiittt gottiiig ready to start  .'hipping the MUD tomato crop, which  in ii Hue one, with the pepper-' showing equally well, to nay nothing of a  I..I. of ot.ln r OAcellenl gaidoit ..liitf.  At   'voslo the Met liodists    are Irving  to coax up a rainstorm    by having the  Sundav evening service,-,   on the    par-  i Houago lawn.  I     The |)oukhohoi-s are   going into the  | liiiiiher, tm land feed bu:iino!p-., at Trail  having just    bought out    the "tore   of  | J. it. Randall.  Rossland in makitig pi-'.-j'j".^':... v.itli  j getting a public, mai-kei in ilial town,  | In lu- ii|h-ii  two   I'.iyii   a    Week-   'l'uc*p-  ,   ,.   ,1      P.rjll  mi,mo.  11.  .V    ii villi      ..<ii.li.iil I I'.'  Aa y;  .md H.i! ni-.l.ii  1 ti 14...1 .1 ll������l    I ...���������! .'1 . :  fil������'OV...(-.^>h������.,l' I p , I..., 1 .1 I l������l    l.t������4i|.lt:iiit..        1.1-,.   4. v-L  t .1..   I 1 ...  I IIW lIl.Oll l|UI-   ill     IlKllllll'       lOOklllir   llll O      II MIOI   ll    I ������������������   ||M:  '4   I ill-       ll..-������'>''il I   V       llV-I.IW  the   pot.-iihility    of    iitni-tiug    a    public '. to p ompel all pi.iie.sol liusiin    .- I������>��������������� I. : c  ��������� r.ii t oi i  111*1- oir a snort  iioiiuuy  ���������     iMr. and   Mm.   i>.   imisi lien,on   ami > m.uia-l in tluit town.  I  1 oo >*-piii uioa.p t< hi >> p.m.  a.rPP4rWP.||lr������4PlllllMI>jBy#l  ���������.IP.*.���������I."!.". -   -  Zm0mm1t-~~immmm^^  mmxm~~-mm^--W-m\mml-^^ "'  J-'H'itr^^&yi^t*^ .  i~m'^&~*immm^  .milSm Dtnttrfli-piltlXlt  .4iW0-> (Wl������>il<^p*������^*  *rj*s*������r3"  ���������(<vi*i 4) ���������nfcffl"!; * *V ,!W^pA������������������'f���������|t���������������M���������*,��������� pf������ift*m*S4*w t*.  iixlim - toi-.lKi-ii4-Ii.4i*-'������.-'Jfciyi^^ m**SMl*XtSltmXLUU*mmL)^HAUx.ai  WMms&t*m'll--mM1-mm^^  Wi'^l-^iff'"1-r**ir*"---*1 f^-r*^ mm^.^^m^mtxmt.y:  i-jii w i/mm>n\r*m!iim!q MmM-mmm-**,  imuii% mmi~0mV0m~mmmmm'  ^'^'I'-'f*^  .0 i. jUwjM liltK*tadaiJi3f"*4iil raiS^S'.ff-,1*1'^1"^1  rr*.-  TUT/    "REVIEW,'     ORESTON.     B.      C.  eSBS&SSmSa  AM^XiXliuxxi  mufmrmiTmi  WW  *U  nvvvpsiKV  ft    .  m tefitrp  ii Lf-m  "Oh, that'll have to wait," said Dick both worked in thc factory of tne  smilingly. "Our call is not official, old Golden West Shoe Company,  Wc want some shoes. You sec, we're which was taken over by the Walk-  off on a flying tour to Switzerland and casjr.       We're  a   shoo   fa mil v."       He  1 HiS  might  want   to   do   a   little   tramping smiled.  ^  around,  and  we've   got  nothing  with'   "Just as wc are,'* said Kuth!    "Falh-  Tells All About a Safe Medicine That'"8 but    "*?--<    ���������l*������e:?}lo������    f^ cr carted "iu thc leather business, you  Relieves After One Dose , have, you got ,in stock?      He shot a know, and some day Dick will proh-    quick,     appraising     look    about     the :i0\'y   succeed   him,   and   Dick's       son  store,    then     glanced     at his     sister, succeed him, and so on throtlgh gen-  "Niec, isn't it, Ruth^"  ' erations, ��������� I   hope.       A  good  business  T *-������i-t������ryli<*     funir/pt*     tn     ���������rs"������     nv.i     -rtf     *,*���������      ���������f-aTtiili**.  ������ W   *���������'���������������-���������>   *-<~ * 0   L���������    0     vm.0. X-\J- ml   y.T t/tli. *.' X tfc I  00 ������������ 1 ���������* 0.    0    t  That throbbing pain at the base oi  the spine is caused by improper kidney action. Fix np the kidneys and  the backache goes in a  hurry.  The most wonderful kidney medicine over made is Dr. Hamilton's  I'illi. They contain thc juices of certain herbs which soothe and heal all  kidney illness. It's a pleasure to use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Thcy relieve  after thc first dose, give, you a new  feeling    entirely,    remove    that    dull,  pink, and she drew back as her brother approached- with his plunging  stride. ��������� '      .  "Well, good-bye, old chap, and good  luck," said he, shaking -hands with  Rugglcs. Then, to the chauffeur:  "Back to the Travelers'���������where you  left Mr.  Downing."  Third  Dose Relief!  Fifth Dose!  Diarrhoea   Stopped.  Diarhoca does not need to    persist  for any length of time, until the whole  Ruth did not offer her hand, mere-1 system   is weakened   and   debilitated.  .   . .       .,       ���������  .'      ,        "    ',  ���������,       | No-other disease  so   quickly  under-  ly returning, Ruggle s shopman s bow|ini,ncs   (h(, strength and  brings about  with   a   friendly   nod.       The.  big   car'  answered,' "though  Very,     silt  must   say   I'm   not   so   terribly  about this transition period    between   Arc your parents  Art   Nouveau   and  late   Cunard   Line,   pany?"  i glided auietlv awav and. after stand-  keen   I think, even after its fortune is made.* big for a moment staring thoughtfully  still with  the com-j'11 iff it, Rugglcs re-entered  -he store..  j (To   be   continued)  But it is awfully neat and sound and  practical," she  added hastily.  "Sure���������that's what you want," said  throbbing backache, correct urinary: Dick genially. "It's got this Early  disorders, stop headaches, and vague Pullman plush junk beaten a length  pains through the. muscles and joints    and   a  half  agamst  the   t*ur.     These  rorty years of success stand behind!  Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which arc prepared in the laboratories of the famous Catarrhozone Company, and can  be depended upon as a safe, swift,  and certain cure for Backache, Kidney, Liver, Stomach, or Bladder  Troubles. Sold everywhere in 25c  boxes.  "No," answered Ruggles, "thcy both  died some years ago. 1 was an only  child."  i  "Oh,   I'm   sorry,"   said    Ruth,    audi    her    eyes     softened.      She  regarded j-Expedition    to Start   Soon   to   Look  thoughtfully for a moment the haud-t- Into Resources of the  First Commercial  Voyage To Arctic  individual chairs are so much better some face .with ils fresh color and  -than those old plush settees that held light blue-gray eyes, and thc sun  about a hundred billion microbes to flashing from the yellow, wavy hair,  the square inch. Comfortable, too���������" "It seems to me," said she slovyjy,  Pic cast-his great frame into one of "that thc company might give you  these stanch articles  of furniture and. something   better   than   a   salesman's j Norwegian explorer, Christian Lcden,  a condition of prostration and very  often   total   collapse.  Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry is not only prompt and  effectual in checking ihe diarrhoea,  but at the. same time acts as a stimulant, strengthens the heart and  braces up the whole systcm, and one  of its principal points is that it does  not leave the bowels in" a constipated  condition.  Mr. W. H. Arnold, Fort Qu'Ap-  pellc, Sask., writes: "A few ycars ago  while out threshing, I had a severe  attack of diarrhoea. Nothing I took  seemed to do me.-any good. I waa  getting worse all the time.    Hearing  -------      -   -wjia  r  -%  rilling' nis  Own Shoes  BY  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed "by special  arrangement  with   Thos. .Allen,  li  IU Toronto. ' ll  thc oak frame creaked.  position.  "Perhaps Miss Downing might like       "Oh,  I guess that'll come in  time,"  j Lcden, who has made four other ex-  lO step upstairs lo uic iauies oepai t-* saiu tvuggics ciieeriiiiiy." rrouioiions; peditions to the far north, wiii explore  ment,"  Ruggles  suggested. ! are slow with us, because everybody  j     "Thanks,  T won't bother,  now that   in   the   Walkeasy  gets  a   square  deal  j I'm here,"    Ruth answered,    smiling,   and sticks to his job.    I draw top pay  j "1 can tell you precisely what I want,' now for  a  salesman."  land it's     bound     to  fit, because  the-     "You ought to, I'm sure," said thc  J shape was got out from a plaster cast   girl.    "But there must bc openings, as  j of my own foot." j the business increases.    I heard fath  t     She   gave   thc   necessary   data  Far  North  New York, N.Y.���������The first  expedi  tion to Arctic regions for commercial I that X)r.   Fowler's   Extract  of  exploring is scheduled to  start from j Strawberry .was good for diarrhoea, I  New York under the direction of the TcnU?to tow*it and procured a hot-.  lie. /\ner mc imro uose i leu fcuci,  and after I had taken" thc fifth dose  the diarrhoea had stopped. I always  keep it in. the house, and would not  be without it."  See that you get thc original "Dr.  Fowler's."    It has been on the market  i on  the  136-foot vacht Finback.     Mr.  mineral deposits which he discovered  on an earlier trip, with a view to their! for  the  past  74 ycars.       Substitutes  commercial possibilities. It is said  that this information is sought for a  group of Boston bankers and Americans of Norwegian birth who arc fin-  'I ancing thc expedition in order to dc-  to   Cr  say  not  long  ago  that  they  werej termine   the   desirability  of   investing  i  Rugglcs, who fled away to secure, thc   planning  to  establish a new store hij*n  Arctic  resources.       These  mineral  desired    article.      A    moment    later,'; Vienna.    Why  don't  you  try  for  the  deposits, believed to bc of great value,  (Continued)  ��������� when he returned, Dick was chatting' managership? Put in your appliea-  i pleasantly with the cashier, to whom _ tion -to thc European general man-  ihc had introduced himself and who ager and get your own local man-  **=*g^ ! appeared to bc in that state of self- j ager to endorse it. Don't wait for  [possessed embarrassment peculiar to [ the company to push you ahead,  a Frenchman    when in    conversation' Companies don't do business that way.  Aside   from   this   feature,   there   was . .  slight family resemblance between the  ;vltlL������ne "frcscnting lhc I>OWCrs *hat. There's ne  "a"-*'"** trying."  two.    Dick Downing reverted to the ^e* Thc flcsi��������������� P^nt appeared to,     Ruggles,  looking into  thc     earnest  pioneer type of his American ances-ihave ^thcrcd the fact that thc shop  violet eyes, was conscious of thc rush  was entertaining exalted personalities   of some  new  and very  stirring  emo-  tors in his bold features and powerful  frame, while his sister inherited her  and had spread the information to thc   tion.  lithe, 'supple figure from their mother, I fl������1������r above' whcrc thc p.retty Fre"ch \     <<You're   *������!&*  ki"������*   Mls*  Dow������  the   granddaughter   of   an   Irish   carl   fal,eswomen     ?v?rc  -?c<*?in? ������VC,   th?',ms"  sa.ld lic*    "-1  B"**  l  ���������"-    1W<  granaaaugl:  whose, son had emigrated to California in the days of '49. Ruth looked a  child beside her big, deep-chested  brother and might easily have passed  for his daughter, although he was  but seven years her senior. Ruth  was   just  turned   twenty. j  Brother and sister were of thc finest type which a nation can produce,  and of which it i.s safe to s~y ihe  AmcrJ-an product is the greatest.  They were thc wholesome, industrious  children of strong, hard-working parents.  I-*11g(-de.** stepped back, as thcy cn-  (Tri  balcony, examining Ruth through ad-J heard  about   that   new  ve  Vienna  stor.e.  miring    eyes.    Sibilant    whispers de- j Trouble  is,   though,   I   don't   speak   a  scended therefore.    "Qu'elle est chic! j word of German."  Ft      nil's.   I "Tl,.-..-.      rrd-t     Y.l.xx.     ....A      \..r.  include    copper,    iron,  and    possibly  may endanger your health. .Price 3*jc  Put up only by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited,   Toronto,   Ont.  Huns Intended to Smash Vancouver  Toronto.���������"Canada's great naval  day is not Trafalgar nor Jutland; it  is the day on which the British squadron broke to pieces the German fleet  at Falkland Islands," said R������-w. Df.  gold. The expedition has been in pre- Alfred Hall, senior chaplain of the  paration for two years, but was delay-i Canadian naval institutes, in an ad-  ed by the war. J dress delivered at Earl's Court Me-  Mr. Lcden has announced that hcjthodist church. Dr. Hall stated that  will take a motion picture, outfit audi the shores of Canada were preserved  films to show thc Eskimos how thcjhy the battle at Falkland Islands, and  white, man lives, also phonographs to j that the German squadron intended  record the music and language of the.; to smash Vancouver,  people, and will make a study of their    T>���������. 1��������� :  4.\yfZ,4XL\Ay.j.-iiiyji  .**���������������"���������������������������.��������� iuei'i gei ousy ami H-aru ii.  joli tcint���������". More whispers. "Mon Ruth, briskly. "You speak awfully  dieu, qu'cllcs sont fraiches, ces Amcr- j good French. I heard you talking to  icaines���������" -        i the saleswomen upstairs, and your ac-  Bitt  Ruggles  was  no  more  e.mbar-; cent is' perfect.    I  shouldn't say it, I  rasscd than might have been    a high ' suppose, but well ��������� trying on "shoes  customs.  To pay for thc metals he. expects to  bring back, hc will  carry  sugar, mo-  lasses  and    other    sweets,     matches,!  knives, needles, hand  mirrors, beads,]  "Black  Watch**���������The   Best   B?ack  Plug Chewing Tobacco on tbe mssssi  To Explore Oil Field in Alberta  Edmonton. -��������� Investigation of the  colored handkerchiefs, perfumed soap,: oil  resources of Northern Alberta is  ������       4      ���������*��������� I      . - .-"'I "J  ySKsmos' to   B-C  vcr*117  scisvcjy   CetrTS-cu  priest officiating before the shrine of isn't the most���������er���������distinguish  a patron saint. If his fingers trembled a little as hc slipped off thc little  --hoes, it was from pure devotional exaltation. Hc guided the slim, shapely  little foot into the high walking-boot  with   the  skill   of  an   orthooedic   sur-  t), his   lace  quite  pale  from  sheer .   . ,-r  ��������� * ,*    * *  ... ,   .   ,      geon fitting an artificial limb, and was  f*xcu������--iiieni,  riiid  hi*,  eves  vcrv hright       .... ,  -rejoiced,    but  not  surprised  ������������������d sort  of work for a man."  ""I never saw anything to bc ashamed  of  about  it,"   said  Ruggles.  A line  of annoyance,     drew     itself  across  Ruth's  pretty  forehead.  "Of    course    not,"    she    answered,  'but���������well,   all   the.   same  ���������   Oh,   all  ami  round. He looked like a. mere  boy. Dick Downing glanced at him  with. ;i sudden f\:\A* oi recognition  v.hich gave to his big features, harsh  in ri j.i.-r. a strikingly pleasant ex-  pri*--*i-'>u.  "Hello!  sah!   lie.  hr.,  are you  r4-:',������! fi''*  tl'.!  :���������  1..  Di  R  'ha  I !)>(  "So   you're  ���������nil---  *'"  over  if r nie .' '    And  it might  have  Ri  -.lcs   an-  cla-pp  Ti-  >,rr  ���������.fii'h I'uu.'hh'-il in  ".'   ���������_���������*:. nt.      "I'm  hill-.- have vou  lie-   tnrr.i-d   to  -.-��������� Mr. Rugghs.  '    "1 '.���������. < : il v- i iii cd  that  the  adaptation  was  per  wonderfully    accurate,    machinery    of  the Y\'alkeasy    factory had    followed  those perfect contours to the. fraction  of  a   millimeter.     The   shoe   fitted   as j  If  cast  upon   its   model. j  H<- laced it up with deft hands, tol  find that above the ankle a certain i  unsuspected fulness of limb exhausted!  the length of the lacing and spread;  tin- shoe-top rather too far apart fori  a perfect til. Ruth, it appeared, had j  .-.lender ankles, but plump legs. Ob-'  serving Ruggles concern, she laughed.;  "I    pos.-d   only   lor   the   foot,"   said1  I          .. p.*.,   ~.  ,    to find I all   right,   sti  -feet. Thc| better."      H<  ck   to   it   if   you   like   it  cr     face     grew     slightly  accept in lieu of money. j  Thc exploring party consists of  seven men and the crew of eight. The  yacht, which is strongly built and  modelled on ' the fisherman's, is  equipped with a 250-horsepowcr engine, electric lights, and wireless  apparatus, and is capable of a -speed  of from 10 to 16 knots. A motor  launch two whalim1" boats, canoes and  dories will also be carried for closer  exploration of coast and inlets.  season.     Parties  will be  sent  up by  the    Dominion    Geological    Depart-  -|-������-|#^*jr*l ���������**  -Xi *  f^ -m.m-mmmr.mm, rr tj*  "O-V ������J ��������� fr*mmX,X*  have    announced    their intention    of  spending  $500,000  this  year  on      ex-..  pioration  and drilling.  Do not eutttr  another day ���������with  Itching;, Bleeding, Or irTTOtXUClp  iiUC Pilei-w Na  surgical  oper  ation  -required.  Or. Chase'*** OintmonJ; wiii relieve you at once  and as certainly euro you.   -HOc. a Box; all.  Never place your clock at  the head j dcalew, or IMmon^, feto  * . ���������* I Toronto.   Sample box sree if you mention Uus  of the stairs; it might run down. -paper and enclose 2c. ntfunp to pay postage.  Given Away With Wrappers From Cakes Of  :.,)������������������  ,1.-1  ; of i-.-  i.ii  t'r  ' 11 I '  H.  ,l   ',  Bui  .'���������     t  ���������.-.-���������<   '���������  1 Hi 1'  1    hi  i i i 1 . i i i ;.  ..i. . ,i;  ' . li  .1     .  1 1 r     '.-  "   ���������  liil    not  -   n.' 11- ri  .'    r.i   i.  the  ��������� i .-,1  .-ui--  ndlv  hi**  . ��������� it  , ,|,,  I,!-.!  ft   am!  !itt!������    i  11.1 '��������� 11  t I.,.1  hr      '.���������  1-      *,  I'.u  ������I"'i'  ������i    li  .->1l ���������  Ii'i'  - M    '  til  I'liild  ���������ti'.ii.  '���������Jji r,  li;>l -��������� -  :���������   Tf  I ������������������������  r:i.  f )���������  r.e  -In:.    "Sunn   ..itli'r girl must have fur-' j  nished the model for the. ankle. Leave j !i  ihcm   on,   plrase.     They   fit   jicrfcctly j j  :infl   are   just   the   thing   for   the.   .-oad. ' ,  W'v'vr off for Vichy this very minute. |  i-'athrr jn waiting for us at the. Trav-'  rb*rs'.  and  we're  to  pick  him  up and >  lumli  at   I'liiilainehlcaii.     Oh,  and   I'd [  like   -.onir   tries,   ol"   course,   and   half |  a   ilovi u     pair**   of   silk     stockings   ���������I  ;!,,,,     :...,,  :-.--:.:-.fiir'-f-d   one;:,  if you've;  :;dI   them   in   stock.     Dick  and   I   will I  |.i'i'l.aiii>   do a Im  of traui|������ing about." j  l'i;g;-|i',   ran   up   lu   the   ladies'   de-1  ; ;,i i-1 ii 11 ii I    lu    -i'i liir    iiie.-i     i,l.*pi.    lien:.-  ��������� i: i<��������� -.   and   wh.-n   he   returned  one   of  the   other   salesmen   was   fitting   Dick  with    a   pair   uf   heavy-soled    country   V  ���������������������������. a 11. i 11 ���������-.���������       limits.        His     wants   w<:rc   It  ���������    '   i ,.������:.! ,,   i       i   -,,.i-r.r       ��������� ..A A I  'I    '     "      ��������� "      '        ' '    I'    I'     " ''I P'     "     4. ���������'���������       I >    ���������  ���������-I* i������-v left the shop with a friendly  '.vurd m lareufll lo e.i-.hiei and  -!.il. U\\',",.'\< ������������������-   ff.llowed   ihein   mil  ���������! !���������'���������������������������!' f-o' !���������' b'.i-  I >;���������.-.., ' at- hit'ig sight (A a t'.talion.iry  -io;,  .i.f/,-,-.   the   sli'ct,   war.  reiuiiuled  :: ..-   :.     ���������: ;.   !   ������������������.   ),-.:-:   -.-.   (ruu'.-A:'  Beautiful KING  GEORGE PATTERN  SILVERWARE  )  **"   JO      -df        "  l Thr  siliove pirrrw  w^rr  tlrnwii   frcnn  tlie  xrlu.il nrlirlm    -unil    ������re    ������Ipou������    >i*U    Um   sit������.)  "1 l,n   it   im   riiiui-ly   iirw   j'.-itu-ni   uiul  litnvily   Silvcr-pliiK-il  on |ah<*   Nickel   Ha-.f��������� 11   bou-jht   M;   m   rct������il   itor������   woiil.t   cor.t   yiMi  vciy    ii.n. li   inf.u    limn   jirues   lislrd   lii-ir.  Th. A SPOONS  TABLE  FORKS  W   (UliQIr l������������lret(i)ntl ������������(. Hr-illn-j  m   vuwivmn   -LoiUii ���������Murine for Rrd-  |"*f-~*    .   ,^,^  ���������������������������������������"' % rv>|-.:uen:��������� f*>i������uiuU-  U     ^/<****t*Ki Hon.ifrhuiKai-idlJiiriuxi^  **-������������������-'jtjf"    "~~  '-***" oi  iiie v.tfif-H or i--.yrii<in;  .'.      Jjltl,).. d.l..     . 4.44,       .....   -   ,4,.,,'r',      |..4,44444,,h)       K* .       ......  ���������will wtrt Vftiir cMtMenfr-.   Ante   Yn-ir t)r~x.\-t.  t.,0 ft,.,rir,.r. v.^frt '.",<������r- ?���������'���������"��������� f-l04.fi *������������������������.- M-liI  t-l  .1 .   .0,74     d.0  IT  7i     0. xr-xxx. xr ,���������        xr *.- -.     Tr��������� -���������-���������*.   ~  /.ini,;. i' ���������������������������,  . '     ��������� ��������� i, 11     1 i t  . I'ugi'h���������>.. ;���������"  iiwil   lor  i;i. I,  vi th  Ruth  '*.   i<  I ..������.'.    I  4 I  I  "M  u.lh  .1     I. Hue ' ,/(  f.,i      /!f.'i  WoifT'o  IVi J[.|" 11,     <n  ..Ml  11.00  Cufli.  100  Xirin,    or    1^0  $?,t.r.   Ca...i.  TAI1LK KNIVES  Aim   Dtf^^rt  Knlvptfi.  Vt fli������c������-n free lor l.boo Wr������|>-  |.<-lh    Uiul    J.S.U0    <Jir-ti.  OTHER PIECES  ia Ub������ r.xi*ie lieautifnl p.uieiri.  AV>-app<*r^    mill  Wc   I'ay   I'tii'tiiU'-'  *������ ttictr*   l"i'������iuiuiii-i.  *i|-pWIUI, *l**������bt������ UcOOllH,  t"������������5*������-ft  V'orVx.    Suu^������-    Shrllt.,     Uuttrr  Meat     Vorlin,     Ui-riy  *Kmf<*.  Kll.KIII-  "vViitc foi S5IG I-*REE Li*;t ol New Premium.*;���������mention this    pr.per -v/h-t-n writhi-y.  1  ))  THE ROYAi CROWN SOAPS, LTD., Wi������������iii^*;, M$m.  LOGIC   1-OR THE RED FRONT PREMIUM STORK AT 654 MAIN STREET. WINNIPEO  i   fSr> iii*- 41  #i).������itXTf alt rt*wn*������ttltl*.|f  rtrfjftlW^  kiiMiii^i^  'iMSi~n������S  mmmms*mm~-*0\m m  -^.i.mn. i i.,ii.i������'wv������m>y��������� awt^-/m4t>MXi*-J/,-������'*.)iJrT-W^".it4Mii~triufttv~iu>. **.H)dii~)4*,*,*. .'~-.4���������.-..-T-.':.r',---';4-j?-,-���������44-Jd-*---c'^-^-=*P3S���������������������������  v'���������...'*'..*���������.������������������.������������������.-:������������������,,--���������-;.*'^:--*T*������j-������-;-iTT.s55?������  .".-���������'.-' :Xj- :i V';'*i:-; v5g^'."S-is*giS  ' ' ��������� -':-:Z/-yyZZ:yyM  -iy~~rm  '-'  rr~ytT-.Wii-.mr  ���������m  mmfm  ���������i*j*#^i(i^^i|i*^*Nj'^  -m~*m\tj.  ���������sf^fita vaxttTc  luutt.  ������vaiij*.i*,  SUMMER  SHOES  Keep Them  White  With   ,  $TAON  WHITE   DRESSING  It is put on easily���������it stays on  evenly. Demand Staon "from your  dealer.  DOMESTIC   SPECIALTY    CO.,  LIMITED  Kan-*il ton  New Zealand *  Thanks America  Coinmunity Movement  Appreciation  of Hospitality to  New  Zealand Troops Visiting the  United States  <, Auckland, New Zealand.���������Appreciation of American hospitality to New  Zealand troops visiting thc United  States, and the camaraderie of the  battle-front, have brought the big republic and dominion of New Zealand  nearer than in pre-war days. This  feeling was emphasized by Lieutenant  Morton, who recently returned to  Auckland from a lecturing tour in  America. An official, recognition was  also ghi-fm by the Wellington City  .Council, which sent a vote of appreciation to officials *at Panama and  Colon in connection with the treatment of New Zealand soldiers passing through the canal. It is interesting in this connection to note that  Australia has cabled its gratitude to  the Panama Canal administration,  through the imperial government.  Says  "Winnipeg Will  Have SO Community Clubs in a Few  Years  F.   C.   Middleton,   acting   secretary  of thc Social Service Council, predicts  that^in-thc next few years Winnipeg  will have 50 Community clubs.     Th:*  community movement is gripping thc  city as well as the country, and the  recent tie-up in Winnipeg has shown  us the need of a united citizenship.  f  Cannibals and    politicians   live  other people. *-*������  off  SUMMER COMPLAINTS  KILL LITTLE OSES  a  eal  Seville  grange  a  e  All Orange and Sugar���������  A/rt rjirrijits&mff.  - *     ������������������- ���������������-^  Boiled tciih care In Sil.erPan..  MK TOUR aitOCCR FOR IT.  Supplying Farmers  VWith Breeding Stock  At  the  first  sign  of  illness   during  the  hot  weather give the little ones j  Baby's     Own    Tablets or in    a feWj Agriculture, with a view -to encourag  i hours he may. be beyond aid  Saskatchewan   Department of   Agriculture  Encouraging   Mixed  Farming  The''. Saskatchewan -Department   of  These  Tablets   wiii     prevent  summer   corn- -.,.,. . ~    ,.  plaints   if  given   occasionally   to   theirnefs   with   breeding   stock   at_   first  ing  mixed  farming,   will   supply  far-  well   child,  and will   promptly   relieve  these  troubles if thev come on  sud-  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  Memorial City In Belgium  Inter-Allied   Commission   Will   Recommend Founding International  City of "Geopoi.cs"  Brussels.���������The inter-allied commission which discussed the question  of commemorating the war with a  permanent memorial, will recommend  the foundation in Belgium of an international city to bc known as "Ge-  opolts." Thc city would bc built on  one of the sectors of the fighting  front in Belgium, which would be  neutralized , and, according to the  plans of tiie committee, would become the permanent seat of the  League  of   Nations.  -.    Allied War Veteran Plan  Sydney, New South Wales. ��������� The  Returned Sailors'and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia has been approached, with a view to affiliation,  by organizers of a society of allied  war veterans, which is being formed  by repatriated American soldiers.  Probably thc movement for an inter-  empire soldiers* association will take  shape before that of allied war veterans.  LtMONS WHITEN AND  BEAUTIFY THE SKIN  cost.    The department lias at K.egina.  24  pure-bred  bulls,  including   Short-  rMe hkvi rne-MSH ftEMe-ov. No. t-.i. Mc*-*.  THERAPIOf* S5J&S3SI  great mc-.***, c'-RSS chs-ionic -./-l^ks'Ssi. lost viooa  Ot VIM, MIDNCV. BIADDBK. C'2SSA*U.9. ������L0Ot> CPOISOK.  ra.ES. BITHSR '������*- DRUGGISTS ir MAIL. Stp-'POST 4 CT*  rOUOSRA C������. 90. XXXKMXtl ST. KfW YO?tSorI.YHP.Na.Kf.������  ���������rOROMTO.    '.VKITS FOR FftS*  ���������'rOX XO DR. L������ CLE HO  M*d.Co.1Ia.vepist*->oicRd.H>.up!>t*������a.������. London, emo*  ���������TI������������W-SWDKAGa*iTASXSI.-6S3lFORMO������    EA5y  TO  TtXM  THERAPION i-.is.-c~s-.  BBS "CHAT TH4.DK  UAH KID WORD   ' THfcSlAPlON * Vi Offl  W-s.aoTT.aTAMF x.vsxxx> ?o x-~ axxaiHX rx~~svs~i  Ggak's ���������ottoss Roof ���������ompcuaii  denly.     Baby's   Own   Tablets   should  t     xj���������^i* ,i���������    t>���������h������,i   TT������..ffi-rtrric  always be kept in  every home where  there arc young children. There is  no medicine as good and the mother  has the guarantee of a government  analyst-that they arc absolutely safe.  The /tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from Thc Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Modern Conditions  Customer:   See   here,  sir,  we   can't  get any of your  waiters  to  take  our  orders.  Hotel .Manager: Beg pardon, sir,  but in view of thc present shortage of  help our waiters no longer take orders, they receive requests!   -  sound and  healthy is -the first care of a mother.  They cannot be healthy if troubled  with worms. Use Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  Animal Protection Measure Advanced  Westminster, England. ��������� In the  House of Lords the bill making it an  offense to perform certain operations  on horses, dogs, cats and bovines  without anaesthetics was read a sec-  tnd time and referred to a select  committee.  A prosperous year is one in  which  aiany mortgages are raised.  Make This Beauty Lotion Cheaply for  Your Face, Neck, Arms and Hands  At the cost of a smaii jar of ordinary cold cream one can prepare a full  quarter pint of the. most wonderful  lemon skin softener and complexion  beautifie'r, by squeezing the juice of  two fresh lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white.  Care should bc taken to strain the  juice through a fine cloth so no 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, whitener and  beautifier.  Just try it! Get three ounces of  orchard,.white at any drug store and  two lemons fror.-* the grocer and makeup a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it  daily into the face, neck, arms and  hands. It is marvelous to smoothen  rough, red hands.  State oi Ohio, City ot To'.edo, Lucas  County���������ss.  Frank J. Cheney makes oatu that be 19  senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney  & Co., doing business in the Citv of Toledo,  County and State aforesaid, and that said  firm -will pay the sum of Ob*E HUNDRED  DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that  cannot bs cured by tlie use of HALL'S  "-CATARRH   MEDICINE.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed its  my presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D.   1886.  (Seal) A, W. Gleason, Notary Public.  HALL'S CATASRti MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  .Mucous Surfaces of ths System.  Drug-gists 75c.    Testimonials free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.  and Aberdeen Angus. Not a few  farmers are starting to raise beef cattle, engaging in dairying or starting  with small flocks of sheep, and it is  with the intention of encouraging this  that the livestock branch is making  the above offer. As orders come in,  more sires will be purchased, and  Ayrshires and Holstein sires will also  be secured for dairy farmers. These  sires are sold for cash o.r on easy  terms. Last year 125 were sold  through the department, and this year  it is expected that between 150 and  175  will-be sold.  A -a/e, reliable ������ciittlatins  frteAieine^ So1.**, in three degrees of stretmt"h���������No. 1. jl;  No. 2. %~; No. 3, 85 per box.  Sold bv nil druggists, or i-cb.1i  prepaid oa receipt of prico.  Free     pamphlet.       Address ���������*  THE COOK MEDICINE CO.j  Z-mQUiQ, Q**"?,  (rifssriy *sbsSi.>  ���������Miiiard's ��������� Xsinimetit Cures Distemper.  Bit By Bit  "I'm afraid your wife's mind is  gone/'  "I don't wonder at it, considering  that she has been giving me a piece of  it for so long."  Channel Tunnel Project Discussed  Westminster, England.���������A meeting  of members of the House bf Commons, held to discuss the report on  thc Channel tunnel, unanimously  agreed that the project should not be  left to private enterprise* but should  bc executed jointly by thc two nations, and adopted a it solution asking for the government's support as  the best proof of .Great Britain's desire to maintain and improve her  friendship and alliance with France.  A deputation was appointed to approach the Prime Minister.  Jagg: "Why did you give up that  job I got you as a collector?"  Wagg: "Why, hang it, I owed  money to nearly all the men I was  sent to dun."���������Minneapolis Trans-  criot.  It sometimes happens that when a  girl rejects a young man's proposal  he celebrates his lucky escape.  ~T~llC~l~y sssip Zrm9 ���������strr^Ks*;  ���������b$ dig@sfiQ.ffi������ stlsanlat������ tla������  liver9 regelate Use ^swsls  -mil improve th������ health  3>y workmg with nature.  ** - s*at Sails -. ss; M-dis-mm I��������� thm Wori*.  Soid everywhere,   in boxes, 25c  MONEY. ORDEKS  Send . a  Dominion   Express   Money    Order.  Five dollars costs three cents.  Sores Heal- Quickly.���������Have you a;  persistent sore that refuses to heal? j  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil j  in the dressing. It will stop slough-'!  ing, carry away the proud flesh, draw!  out the pus and prepare a' clean way -  for the new skin. It is the recogniz- J  ed healer among oils and myriads of j  people can certify that it healed where  ot.icr oi������s ^aiiOCi utteriy, **       '  She: Woman's voice in public affairs would always be uplifting. j  He: Well, there is no doubt it  would always bc uplifted.  "Black  Watch"-The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  ff^MB  vfttj***  BEANS  FYf.FI SBI  ���������"���������"l       ^"Ct) "*""l ~m RH .._ *���������*��������� ^m wm. Wl mmj  hMM **^ Wb mtlm~r' mmmmm -immm* ~~* W*    ������������������*  IlilAB BTY  ���������p^UWitf-ViUlMkp. W     W-y  ~ntim     IS fl!i ������4^JUft ***f***\  PLANUM  imatbtkiG.riiuiTi.i  IS A GOVERNMENT GUARANTEE  ar r-jniTV.  1  I  W.CLAr.K,  PlrPPrtlll  UIHIIKIIU  Canada Wants Big  Poultry Industry  Ficrtcluii-i   the   Gospel   of   Increased  Poultry Production to Canada  Montreal.���������The liens of Canada, if  properly encouraged, could pay the  nation's war debt in a few years, according to Iv C. Elford, apostle of  the barnyard chicken.  The 1,000,000 farms of Canada  should have 100,000,000 hens on them,  and there should bc 10,000,000 additional he..."- in towns and villatjfes. AI  a low estimate of ten dozen eggs  from each hen, these hens would produce 1,100,000,000 dozen eggs. If these  eggs sold al 60c a lio/.cu, whii-h is  below thc present price. Canada's  i-KK crop would bring in $660,000,000  a year.  Mr. lilford i*-. preaching the gospel  ..,[ 'iip-ic,.:.cd poultry prod-ict'op*. to  Canada. He wants especially to get  across to the settlers who are pouring in upon the hind the message that  ui.i.i-i* pr���������*.-.-"--.'.������������������ food condition': the  barnyard fowl lays golden eggs.  Nearly a billion chickens arc raised  >c..ily in llic U.S.      In 1900    Uncle  !.':>.UU .-> U'C.IIUl Hum i)4/liui) .puu */,(..-���������  w.i.- grt-alcr in money value than the  world's output of gold or silver. In  18->9 the value of all the wheat, corn,  barley, rye, buckwheat, ricr, flax,  -ri-'-iU fiuil*������( f.ii'iar r.anc and --ugar  bfft-p raised in the United St.ites was  Ip-sh than tlu* revenue front chickens.  Described  "Pa, what is the wisdom of the  ages?"  "It's what the average young fellow  about 19 years of age thinks he possesses."  Not Available  Judge: The police, say that you-and  your wife had some words.  Prisoner: 1 had some, judge, but I  didn't have a chance, to use them.  This is to certify that fourteen years  ago I got the cords of my left wrisl  nearly severed, and was for about nine  months that I had no use of my hand,  and tried other Liniments, also doctors, and was receiving no benefit. By  a persuasion from a friend I got MINARD'S .LINIMENT and used one  bottle, which completely cured me,  and have been using MINARD'S  I. INI MENT in my family ever_ since  and find it the same as when 1 "first  used it, and would never be without it.  ISAAC E. MANN,  Metapedia, P.Q.  Aug. 31st, 1908.  IT CURES  CATARRH  BRONCHITIS  Britain Leads  ������i  I  '7"i  |-444--4..i,,',(4.*..4^f  ������w'i������'.������|'*-*m������-  Vou clovT have to  wait for relief when  you use Catarrhozone*  This wonderful inhaler treatment is guaranteed io ciiic auy  ease of Catarrh, uo  matter how chronic.  ���������tr. ..   i .....   .!...���������..,-!,   ench  L   LIIL      Id.  I.4.L.14.       P.P.P  P^P.^.P  this inlualcr, and in so  doing you send instantly ,'.U through th.* hr-*-"-*-  thiug organs a powerful vapor that i:i full of  soothing, healing,  gei in-destroying proper ':<-'..  In fl "a way the seeds  of Caiarrh are destroyed. Sore nostrila and  weak throat are cured.  ���������wOugmuu;, liuiu ui culling, and stiering all  stop, for- lasting cure  use only Catarrhozone.  ��������� Uefus-f.     a     substitute.  Two mouth;-' treatment  (iucludiiiK' the inli.dci),  price $1 00. Small .*ize  hOc, at ail dealer:', or  The  Catarrhozone  Co.,  .la  Britannia Rules the Air as Well as  the Waves  The New York Tribune points out  that in 1914 Germany, was first,  France was second, Italy was fourth  and the United States was last in the  appreciation of aircraft, "i:* shown by  the amount of money each was willing to spend on that arm of preparedness. When the armistice was signed, on November 11, ivi������, the personnel of the military air force in  of these countries was as follows:  Olliccrs  Great Biilaiii ��������� ��������� ���������  United States .��������� .._   Italy  __->-...   --  ~~  France ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������  (icuu.uiy ~~ ��������� ��������� .  Great    Britain    is  maintain    her    lead,  JOSH THIS CLUB  THS GREAT PROFIT SHARING  SYSTEM OF TRADING j  We have saTed thousands of dollars ]  for our members during the last e'cht  years, and if you are not already a  member we will ask you to compare  the few sample prices giver* below  with those you have been paying in  the past, then ask .yourself if  a mem-  P *   * *.������      ......       t r. ������������������������������������.i ��������� ,ir��������� ���������,     ��������� I'l      1     i.i    ���������       I  47C.44U.y     ...      P^M.       7X^-XIX.X~X-^*X       Wilt      pj\-i������w������ap.  vou. ���������  '   OUR   YEARLY   MEMBERSHIi'  FEE  IS   *f������.00  The  few   sample  items  given   bdow  are   priced   as.  they    appear,   and   are  sold Only in the different Assortments  iii  out   Sxeinbera.  Wholesale   catalogs.  100   lbs.   Redpath's   Best     Granulated  Sugar -56-50  3 Cans   Early   June   Teas,   Tomatoes   or   Corn 25  Large   Package      Tilson's,    Robin  Hood or Quaker Oats 20  l^aige Can of Maple Leaf Salmon -25  1    Pound     Gunpowder     or   Japan  Tea '--.-���������    *2S  5-Pound Pail of  Pure Kettle Ken-  dered   Lard 1*00  8   Bars   Gold,    Sunlieiit,    Surprise  or   Comfort   Soav   . . 30  4 Pounds   of   Large   Meaty   California   Trunes 25  1   "Uox   of   2-in-l   or   N'ugifet   Shoe  Polish      .05  The above arc merely a few s;������*.u-  ple prices to convince you that our  system will save you money if you  decide to join with us. We enrolled  over   15,001)   members   thc   la*.l   year.  If you wish to joiu with us, send  lis ^2.00 today and we will send you  a I'villy Paid-up Yearly Memlieri-hip  together with ouv l"cntiiienti:i! VVholr-  salc Member-' Cat'iloKiie, ���������.���������.onlaiu'iu-. ���������<  complete Gioi-civ List. al*--' Oj.i������-r  Blanks, .Envelope*: ami lull iiiMvm ���������  tion*-   how   to   order.  Send Your 'Membership Fee Tculay  and Share in the Savini>  What we did l.-nst >car- \V<* *-np-  pUed thousami- i*i poninl*. ol siitiur to  our members ilmiuy the unit cum.inn:  season when it v.-.i-. impossible for-  them to (jet it ets������**'her������-. We bcliPt'e  that suurar will acain be scarce thi-p  year an������l will advise that you -jet your  supply   now.  Address    Membership    Department    A.  THE CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION  Windsor.   Ontario  Incorporated   Under  State  Laws  Capital    $50,000.00  Vi::  Germany to Reduce Prices  Copenhagen, Denmark.���������The German government lir.s allocated a further sum of 500,000,0(10 marks for reducing the in ivi s of p. lot I ���������.-.;*.;;, l-.o;:?*;  and certain other essentials.  and men  *���������������- iv*..-*.  185,8r>2   100,337  _ ....   80,000  .... Ui'.l.nov.".'.  determined    to  in    evidence of  However, the    early hooni  doesn't  ahvavs catch the  nomination.  Ul.  tin  which    -.ippropii.itioii*.  iyiV-^0 lollow:  V'.xperinientsi and  n**.r.iiih in  civil  aviation . ....  Military    and    naval  ylce) ��������� ��������� .._ ������������������  'I'olal     amiropriatcd  It is now as  .. .... $15,000,000  (joint  !������cr  .... t-315,000,000  i'or   the   .tii'    $330,000,000  appropfiatc    to    sinpf  -    ,., I.     '. ', i "   -..    [t    'a.    iii  i'i,!,-.   ilu-   U',.i"i"  I  QlOB.v.-":'-"''U"  i^l!***?������SWj*^-3--E*t^^  ���������*y***ii'Jt'ip,ll*������,^I^.WiP.^  fc-aasaiaaaagir^^  ������4t*mm*f'm4mmrm.������imimt-mtimm  **mmi*mtJ4-ti*-Mi^^  !** W*l'*4Bi'!t*l--W J*flf^ irv-*A -WWlflFiflV-^ THE  GJRESTON  REVIEW
Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*
Subscription : '$2 a year in adv-mce;
.$2.50 to U.S. points.
C. F. Kayes, Editor and Owner*
 g 1 ������
Kaslo loses a mighty good citizen, idboten&y, a good booster, and
the B.C. newspaper fraternity a
valued member in the departure,
last week, of H- W. Power, former
editor,, of the Kootenaian, who goes
to Spokane to become assistant editor j^iic* m.ahagii g director of
Minirse Truth,^^.ell-known weekly publication ae-vofed to the mining industry in the northwestern
Stated and British Columbia.
% *' ���
Constituency considered the
Kootenaian had no superiors and a
whole lot of inferiors in Canadian
newspaperdom, and the same in--
telligence and industry that was
put into making the Kootenaian
worth while from the technical
and news content angles, was
equally manifest in the thorough
manner in which he promoted and
safeguarded the interests that spell
out development and prosperity for
tlie diversified constituent**^ the
paper served. In this respect the
Power motto was ever, "What is
worth doing is worth doing well."
And personally he exhibited the
s ime ^tierling qualities.
After eight years nf close news-
paper;and direct contact with mining one has no hesitation in predicting that he will make good in
his new venture, .and certainly if
the universal good wishes of the
members of the fourth estate are
of any avail Mining Truth is more
than fortunate in   securing h
than the rule in established   busin
esses Kootenay  newspaperdom lias
witnessed  rejuvenation   that is indeed unique.
to   ooTr*
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In bidding godspeed to our parting guest it were also meet to congratulate Kaslo in having a B.C.
journalist of the calibre of James
Grier to succeed Mr. Power. When
the former gets acclimated to Kas-
i * and its environs 'The Review
has every conn'idence that The
Koptenaian will give the  news and
���J -    r Si.
mould public cspysidn+in ��� the same
satisfactory manner that it has
done in the pas^ * ���-���
In chronicling these? various exits
and comebacks in Kootenay journalism we trust it will be found quite
in order to remind that, seeing as
how we will next week celebrate
another aniversary of our advent
into The Review ownership, that",
quite a number of subscriptions will
expire, and that following
the excellent custom of- other
years we are again this year holding a sort of a birthday party
throughout the month of August
and that the presents of all whose
subscriptions have expired is particularly requested by way of the
time-honored $2 renewal fee. -
The accounting department has
been busy all week getting out the
subscription accounts. If you happen to be one of those favored with a
'"dun" we will very fully appreciate your promptest attention.
Operating on the before-the-war
price of $2 a year it is imperative
thatsubscriptions should be paid in
advance. In rhe year just closed we
are not a bit too modest to believe
that you get your money's worth,
and we are not a bit more bashful
in promising that the same excellent value will be accorded in the
coming twelve months. Besides, by
paying now you make sure of your
paper at the old price���something
no publisher can guarantee indefin
itely with paper prices and living
costs in every direction travelling
steadily upward.
In the expansion period that the
Valley has just v ertered the value
of a live newspaper was naj��*er more
recognized. Prompt payment of
your subscription will faciliate The
Review's co-operation in the forward movement. Do it to-day. To
expedite matters at this season we
have the necessary receipt awaiting
your pleasure.
$g Long Tarrying
The withdrawal of H. W. Power
within two months of the disappearance of W. B. Willcox of the
Trail News forcibly reminds one
that the life of the average B.C.
newspaperman in one location is
not of long duration.
N���*���:���:t w-rk th*-- writer wiii have
;u.-i:ompli.sViP'rl Hy.* years at the
h-:td -.f Tin-: Review ami it will
-���.'.-���pr:.**:'.- !."...'.y !.. know that with-
\". ���*���'-'.:���!: th.\; Aduvi tun*- that with
i-\i-.t'\>\ ioii i-v'-ry ii<-\vspii per pub-
As s^con as. the trustees get well
clear of such troubles as securing
the new teaching talent and have
the new high school complete and
ready for use by September opening
date, it will nob be a bit too early
for them to be taking into serious
consideration the matter of securing a little more school ground area.
Even without, a consolidated
school we believe the future development of this section is sufficiently disclosed to warrant the most
conservative school board in securing more grounds���while the securing is good. This year has witnessed land buying and development in that neighborhood that
pretty well defines the direction in
which additional property may be
had, and it may not come as news
to hear that the owners of the tract
at present most desirable for more
school grounds are seriously consid.--
ering sub-dividing their holdings
and putting them on the market
as building sites.
If they are allowed to proceed
with subdivision effort certainly
prices will advance over to-day's
values, and the way things are
moving in Creston it is equally cer -
tain that there is like co be some
demand for such rather nicely located property both for building
and speculative purposes.
The board was given $1000 in
excess of the estimates presented
this^year. There are more than a
few who believe that a good place
to invest, a pajr-tof that spare cash
would be in acquiring additional
school property���part of which
could be utilized immediately ,we**e
a little needed encouragement .given in the right direction.
their license  fees  for   the   time they
were closed due to the flu.
The C.P.R. has cut out. its daily
train service between Grand Eorks
and   Phoenix,   and   is  now   running
trains but two days a, week.
*.,*-" -
At "Vernon returned soldiers com-
plain that the ranchers overlook the
veterans when in need of extra help
for the fruit harvesting.
P. Burns & Co. has closed its store
at Phoenix, but looks after its customers by a twice-a-week delivery from
butcher shop at Grand Forks.
At Vernon-the demand for electric
power has increased to such an extent that the laeger engine in the
plant has now to be run to take care
of the day load.
Grand Forks council has just sold
its entire holdings of Victory bonds,
some of which were bought below' par,
and the sale, shows a profit 6f over,
$3000 to the city.
At Vernon last week D. Gellatly
planted a considerable area to potatoes. He soaked the seed in water for
two days before' planting,   and is con
fident that the late rains this year will
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Music Hath Gharms
li-ii'-i-i in thi* who!-- Kooti-ii.-iy 0111111-
ti*y lias undergone on*; or more
'���hangt-"'-*,: two have dihappeai-ed on-
Mp-ly: and t'.vii hav.- heen r.-s.surT-
���"���.���'r-rl ii u*c may term the Cran-
''i'-'��ok Courier a Hiio.-f-nMor to tliu
hiii- im liii-n t.ed IV-Vf jec'.or of the
*��ii.rn<* town.
Tin- other  survivor    of thf*    five
Next to the newspaper brand of
boosting come several other sorts
whose order of precedence is largely
a matter of personal interest in one
direction or another
In this connection the value of
music must not be overlooked. For
instance no one ever hears of a certain brand of pills without instantly recalling that on one occasion a
well-known hymn was re-written
to distinctly commercial advantage
by a proprietary medicine manufacturer who iii a donated lob of
hymn hook's one Christmas morning had the choristers shouting
"Hark the herald angels sing, Bee-
cham's pills are just the thing," etc.
To-day it gives Tr-IE REVIEW
groat pleasure to bo able to announce that the Kootenay country
is like- to got no inconsiderable
amount of publicity in likely places
flue to the. fact that Rev. .1. S. Ma-
lioorl, the well-known rector of
("hri.st Church, Creston, has disposed of hi.-* equally well-known .song,
"The Cull of the Kootenay" to the
Canadian I'-icifie Railway Company
SI. Inn's Count Cicero 7105
y.-ai' period   \n     \.m.   Wallace of tin
K.-rnie I'Yee f'j-.p.u-,*'. Tin- papers that | *���*���'������" ���'������''���' undertaking   to have it ro
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tin* h'.-coi-il of N'.'v.   Denver, and the ' make it  lt    regular
The Ledge says considerable meat is
being shipped out of Greenwood by
parcel post the-*.e times."
Hugh McKee of Greenwood had the
hard luck to lose 60 cords of stove
wood in a bush fire in that section last
The Okanagan started shipping the
1019 new potato crop last week. Vern-
loaded out three cars that were sold at
$60 a ton.
The Herald says the grain crop on
St. Mary's prairie at Cranbrook will
not be a total failure, neither will it be
quite an average yield.
Kaslo is giving home talent a chance
at school teaching in that town next
term, two local ladies haying being
engaged by the trustees.
The Bank of Hamilton has also opened a branch at Trail, giving the
place three of these institutions, The
Bank of Montreal and Com nit-ice being the other two.
At Grand Forks the pool rooms and
".boat.re.s are to be   given a   refund on
number on the
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lii'-e ..f |ii ors   in ihe li ve
at.    Kos'ilaiul anil Trail   many in these pa.rt.-i who will Hgrei
a  record of
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The song    is    quite    familiar    to
llr-l'e  nave  heen   cli'ili^es   within the
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sillfe      the       wa r       lir-.l-.''.       I'l'.-en      ! .he
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'.line.        As covering a   period   when
int.    "something" to it
it     inHtiintiy    popular,
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Is there any
Meat in  the
ThiK is tl\e first question that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for a meal. But why
worry ?
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bart-n
Finest   Quality
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna. <fcc.
arc always lo he had
licrc. In meals iwiltiine'
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now is the time to bu
We have just  unloaded a car
of these at Crestoii
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A recent shipment  of the
above-^-usefuJ, economical
and long-wearing goods���
���   ���       contain      ���    ���
Plain and Fluted Kettles at $4.50, 5.50
Double Boilers  $2.75-
Sauce Pans, with lids ..$2.00, 2.25
London Kettles and lids $2.25
Preserving Kettles  $3.75 to (5.25
Bread or Cake Pans, oblong, each $1.00
Syrup Jugs..... $1.50
Percolators    &2ft
Largo Mugs       75
Tea Strainers       25
Individual Collapsible Cups      25
Pudding Pans 7*\ 85, 1.00
Combination Sets of five pieces    4.50
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Ml tesiesssBimmsmBm  mm~r-  ty$i>%~^\-\*\~f%W  mm  m"-m^ma  Wm? GBEST02J BSYSS'TT  ^&mmm  ���������a r   tub  _ _   V a a a--****-*-*-  AS V    ���������M-.JIA'IW'  ler-memoria.  Alice Siding Z...../... ...���������310O 25  Creston.......:^��������� ,.  860 00  Canyon City  . ; ��������� 150- 00  Wept Creston..:............  ���������   91 00  Erickson '...  156 00  Kitchener.  /..'.     10 00  Sirdar...:  110 00  Wynndel.. 166 00  $1643 25  Below will be found a complete list  of the cpntrtb.iitnr.s to���������.the Soldiers  Memorial Fund, as complied by the  fund treasurer. Contributors? are asked to look-it over carefully and if there  are any errors or omissious of anysort  to have the same rectified at once.  Next week ib is proposed to publish a  list of those who have made full payment (or in part) of the amount guar-  teed. This is advisable in order to give  contributors opportunity to rectify  any mistake*;, if such there be, in the  returns made by the canyass-n-s to the  fdnd treasurer. The contributors are  arranged by districts, and are as follows:  *��������������������������������������� ~r-!\t Tgrnstf^m-m  .JttSSlO-X-vJXrv  Adlard, Ja mes $  Anderson, Andy:   AiiurewH, X   Attwood, .Tanies   Be^pe****, "f-J- iw  Bennett, C G   Bevan, R S   10 00  10 00  10 uO  10 00  5 00  25 00  10 00  Blinco, John   Boffey, Mrs.   Boyd, M J ...: ;.   5 00  5 00  10 00  Brousson. Charles   Brown, W K    Brown, Mrs W K   5 00  10 00  15 00  Bainbridge, E   Canyon City Lbr. Co...  Cherrington, Jas   2 00  25 00  5 00  Cherrington, Mrs Jas..  ,     Cook, Tames ���������   Cotterill, Mrs   CrawToi-d, W H    5 00  5 00  10 00  100 00  Crawford, T J   25 00  Spdpsh ������f  iinfj |������f ������juagiifgiianfs'  uxiiiiinum price of first-class lancS  reduced to ?5 an acra; second-clatsa to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural pur-noses  ���������.������ .4np.li ib iipiii-nxnoer iana.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  mi., parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent .pre-emptions-  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary i-naprovements on respective  claims.  , . .. .  . -���������,..w....  Pre-eraptors zhust occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing* ana cultivation or at least 6 acres,  before receiving- Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other fiujs������ ho  granted intermediate certificate of'im-  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided appll-  i'oSf makes improvements to extent of  ���������"300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as for-  i **!' Title cannot be obtained in  "i3*^.*^-?.? *-* y***ars, anci improvements  of -fio.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  nnd residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres,   may^ be   leased   as   homesitea;-  titlo to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  Por grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 610 acres may bo  leased by ono person or company.  mlli,  iactory  or  industrial   sites on  timber land   not   exceeding    40   acroa  ������������������nay bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpnge.  hv St������i?H.-hny jv-oadows   Inaccessible  conditional upon construction of a road  '"7 "*���������   Rebate of one-half of coat of  V������A n30tma3oCCd,nB ,,a,f ������f purchftH^  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  ������ ACT.  inMn^/TiV0 of th,s W ls enlarged to  include All persons Joining and aori.  ?������ w"-J,Hte MaJoaty'B Forces. Th0  time within which tho hoira or doviHeo"  SLV.1.000^*-1 l^e-omptor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for ono year from tho death of  such poi-Hon, as formerly, until one  year after tho concl union of tho present  war. Th!.. prlvllcga I- -\~o imlu������ ro-  tronetlvo.  No foes relating to pre-emptions arr  duo or payable %y Doldler-joiV pro-  omptlona recorded after Juno 20, ifliR  Tiixes aro remitted for five years  Pravlrilnn for return of nionoys uc-  cruocj. duo arid boon paid alnco AugUHt  4, lOM, on account of imyineittH. foci,  or taxoi. on soldiers1 pi-o-empt|omi.  Tntt-prniit-. on  iuyr/>������wp������.p*.. *-. ....'.  A*inil-0w^,ty lot" 1,������������w"������*y mo������Vibora'"oif  Allied ForcoH, or dopoiidontu, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from on-  lliitmont to March 81. lOKO.  8UD-PURCHASER8  OF   CROWN  LANDS.  Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to (lub-purclinsers oi*  Crown I���������a-.'ulu, uc.--.Mlri.iir rights from  purcluiserii wlio fnll-wj -<>- t-o,,^i"{"  liiimiiiuio .involving forfeiture,' on fulfillment of conditions of imrchiiMo. in.  teront and tiixes. Wlioro uub-purchaH-  ers do not claim wholo of original uiii-.  ..ol, nnrohnno prloc due and t" *l:,' * y  bo -llHtrlliu'p'il iifrtnni*Mn.i.,i,4i.. ' ,*  Miiuio uua. Apj-licaiioiui ini'Hl |>o  niiirtfi by May 1, in-ln.  OHA/INQ.  OriiKln*.-, Act 1010. fur .,y.-,t������,ii..iil,'  ilov.iloiniHnit of llvontock Indiintry nio-  vlilen for griiitlng ������1 lnttl,*t������, and v,\u,n.  iiiliiiliilMliuilon uikI'-i- Coiuiiiliuiloiu'r  Ainiijiil i;ihjIih,' i..iiiili,< ,,.m,..,i i,���������,;.���������i  on i.u:i.l.. I., t.ii.ti.-.l, tuii.i'liy n������r ������':.t.j|..  llfillOll I1W..-1-*!. SI. ���������'|(. ,, u ������������������,.,-., ,,   ,.  ronn AiiiKr.iaeiKiui for rango imu, ,,.',,'.  input.    Vrvir. oi   piirtluliy r,-,.,.. !,..,-,>,'.,.,  I*.������l     *������i'l I W'l ������'.    i"*llll..-l'i    rir    ������^-.,,.i  lo ion li"-nil.  Creston Dr������S 3. Bool... 25 00  Crostfcwait. H L  5 00  Candy, AI A.  .,_..... 2 00  Dodd, H A  io 00  Uoyle, A H .. 5 ������0  Dow, Mrs J W  10 00  Ebbntt, P &   25 00  Lrbbutt, Mrs P G  5 00  Edmondson. T M  5 00  Ernbree & Foreman  25 00  Forward, Mrs ......  3 00  Ferguson, Geo  10 00  Gibbs, Mr and Mrs..  10 00  Hamilton, J W ._  25 00  Hayes, C F   50 00  Hobden, John  5 00  Hockley, K G A  1 00  Holmes, E N  5 00  Hayden, J ZZ. 2 00  Huii. 11 a:.  2 00  Hatfield, S...._  5 00  Jackson, F H   5 00  Jackson, W V  15 00  Jackson. Mrs W V..^. 15 00  Johnson, Geo...../.. .;... 25 00  Johnston, J P ��������� 2 00  Kennedy, Mrs J B  5 00  Learmonth, D  5 00  Lidgate, J A  5 00  Little, Fred  10 00  Lyne Mr and Mrs H .... 10 00  Lamont. R  10 00  Mallandaine, E....  5 00  Manuel, A  5 00  Maxwell. J  5 00  Mead, Mrs L   2 00  Moore, Mr and Mrs C. 5 GO  McCord; Rev T  5 00  Mawson Bros  10 00  Piper, Ii R  10 00  Quist, C O   5 00  Repsomer. Mrs  5 00  Rodders, O O  10 00  Ryckman, Mrs  10 00  Speers. S A  25 00  Sherwood, John   5 00  Smith. J G  10 00  Smith, R Sinclair  5 00  Smith, F K  5 00  Smith, Alex  5 00  Stark, Robert  25 00  Stark, Mr and Mrs W.. 10 00  Swanson, A R  5 00  Truscott Bros & Mrs.... 15 00  Walmsley. Mrs  2 00  Watson, W S...  5 00  Taylor HH  5 00  Summers, R  2 00  J S Ding ,.... 1 00  J Junee ;.... 1 00  Long See .".  1 00  Long Sam  I 00  Oil ARO AGAINST FIRE  One Reason Why.  $860 00  ALICE SIDING���������  Ash, F W .-....$ 5 00  Barraclough. J 10 00  Can, Victor-    5 00  Collis, A A J...^    5 00  Compton, Jas... 10 00  Constable. G 10 00  Farrell, W H    5 00  Hood. R     ft 00  Mather, W    5 00  Miller, Mrs M        25-  -hSr.-M.vv.t7.:.,   Mr   A : in no  XU4V^PU.PL.4-| VV      ^X     ..............     X\J     \4\J  Pease, W A..    5 00  Reed, W H...    5 00  Stewart. Robert  10 00  Suteiiffe, C     5 00  Webster, J H     5 00  $100 25  CANYON CITY���������  Blair, Mr and Mrs C $20 00  Burns, Peter    2 00  Browell. Win    2 00  Carver, W    2 00  Clrtvton, M    3 00  Hall, OS    5 00  Huygens & VanAcker-in 10 00  Knott, Mr. and Mrs F  10 00  Leach, Geo    2 00  Mawsun, T R    2 00  Pochin, Mr and Mrs  10 00  Rosen, F M    5 00  Samueison, A "or    5 00  vVearmonth, J G        2 00  Weatherhe-id, W A    2 00  Wickhoim, A    2 00  Wood, J W    2 00  Canyon City Lumber Co.   Employees  Anderson, Axel $ 1 00  Blaine, D  2 00  Browski. P  I 00  ConnelJ. M  1 00  Diugloth, M  1 50  Faulkner, L  5 00  Hussack, L  5 00  Hurry*, J P  5 00  Jydstrnp. R  2 00  Moulton, N  1 00  Miikif*, M   1 00  Parsyck, M  10 00  Simpson, C B  5 00  Johnson, J  4 00  TiinmotiH. D  1 00  Wonting, A  5 00  Wavltftt., F    5 00  Swanson, T  4 00  Hughes, G  I 00  $150 00  Fall  Plminrhinir  i n-unuijj^iaii-ig  In order to cohhim-vo moist-  nr������- to the best advantage land  must be fall ploughed, and lhe  deeper tlie bettor. Thin work  cannot be attended to too soon  either.  Coinmonemo; July 15th 1 will  be oi-eoin-ed   1t\  imiloi.. nl.-.    t lw>  ploughing ol small or large  trm-.H Willi (lie new ('levelnod  tractor.  Two furrow plough. All  work done iti the order it in  booked.  Charge!; made known  nil  .1 jr|llil ill il 111,  zz v. tjaGKson - oresTon  ERICKSON���������  Botterill, E...,  Jfi 3 00  Cartwright, -E E     5 00  Cartwright, Mr & Mrs G 10 00  Cartwright, Miss M L......   5 00  Hall, W W....: 40 00  Hobden, Geo.  10 00  Haskins. E...  10 00  Klingensmith, Miss R    5 00  Klingensmith, Mrs F J....   5 00  Long. R J  10 00  Littlejohn. W G  25 00  Palmer, Mrs M R    1 00  Richardson. E J C    5 00  Staples, F V���������  15 00  Staples, Mr & Mrs R B.... 25 00  Telford, R M.     5 00  Thurston, R    2 00  Penson^ EA���������!!-!���������"   5 66  $156 00  WYNNDEL���������  Andestad, Peter g 5 00  Biafore, Charles  5 00  Bathie. John  _  5 00  Butterfield, MA  5 00  Butterfield  O          ' 5 00  Butterfield! bZZZZZZZZZ 5 66  ��������� .j-n-f^iAn-f-kitiifi  These are mostly for the  ladies, with a few attractive  offerings for the girls and the  boys.  We especially invite your  inspection of these. When  you get acquainted with the  quality of these lines, along  with the price you will freely  admit their all-round excellence.  Some of the outstandingly  desirable offerings follow:  v.  Ladies" House Dresses  1.75 to 3.50  Girls' Dresset,, 1.25 and 2.00  Children's Rompers, 1.00 to 1.75  Ladies' Drill Skirts  all sizes, 3.50  [Ladies' Pique Skirts  all sizoa, 3.50  Ladies' Linen Underskirts, 1.50  Ladies' Middys, 1.50 to $2.00  Girls1 Middys, 1.00 to 2.00  lioys' 2-piece Wash Suits  ���������Pl     N-rr*  x. .0  Hoys'  1 pieoo Wash Suits  100  Ladies' All-Ovor Aprons, 1.25  Aii early Holocbion i.*-. advisable. Goods of this xuality  at the prices shown aro not  likely io  remain  long in  our  *     <���������--������      11        .     1        * ���������*  .sunc     Dec mum .u u't,^ *w mio  (Ih'v are at .heir besl.  Cockle, Mrs H G     l^OO  Carlson, Carl    5 00  Charron, J H    5 00  Cooper. W J     6 00  Dalbom, R    5 00  Dewar, D J    5 00  Grady, J J   _.   5 00  Hagen, An-fia    5 00  Haeren, Matt -   5 00  Hagen, Paul   10 00  Hansen, Gwen & W A....   5 00  Hansen, Jack ���������   1 00  Johnson, Aug     5 00  Johnson, John   10 00  Moon, Sam _    5 00  ' Ofner, Paul     2 00  Penson. Mrs E ..   5 00  Rams tad, Nels ..    5 00  Ramstad, Tom .:..,....   5 00  Rosendale, H���������..:    5 00  Rudd, Mrs J B 1 00  Uri, R. *~    5 00  Wigen, O J  10 00  Wigen, Monrad 10 00  Wigen, John.     5 00  Wigen, Carl    5 00  $166 00  KITCHENER���������  Geroux, V $ 2 00  Geroux, J  ���������    1 00  Johnson, Zalla M -   5 00  McGonegal, E ...:    2 00  JB10 00  WEST CRESTON���������  Baines, Arnold..- ���������$ 6 00  Curry, Angus.���������    5 00  Dunn, D K    5 00  Dunn. T J    1 00  Hurry, A E. ........ -   5 00  Surry,  Geo      "���������' UO  Little, M  1 00  Lewis, Ike  5 00  Moores. J J   2 50  Moores, Matt  2 50  Moores, John  5 00  Moores, Jas  1 00  Stephens, Jos  5 00  Seymour, G J  5 00  Simmons, E  20 00  Tompkins, F.  5 00  Peterman, H S  5 00  Williams, John  5 00  French, C C  5 00  $91 00,  SIRDAR���������  Cam, George $20 00  Chambers, Violet    1 00  Daly, Joe    2 00  Grundy, S E     2 00  i- = ~--*'i*'*r*T--------'^.i---*---w^  Goodman. Margeory.  1 00  Goodman, Bill...:  1 00  Goodman, Mrs C M  5 00  Goodman, H     8 75  Loasby, C M   5 00  Loasby, Mrs.  5 00  Morris, W H  _ 25 00  McCabe, E   2 00  McDiarmid, J  11 00  North, A  ��������� _ 5 00  Rogers, T    5 00  Treschuick, M    25  Lee Yah... _J*   1 00  Tuohey, W D  5 00  Tuohey, Mrs  5 00  $110 00  DEER LODGE���������  Bliss, C   . $ 2 00  Huserofb, Mrs J~:.    2 00  Huscroft, J K .    5 00  Hnscroft, C     5 00  314 00  iSsS  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.  We  are  distributors for the  lassier  yiiubft  Put   on   for  $25  and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  and  not to break���������or  money>efunded.  If you want a car to work  for you, buy a Ford.  If you want to work to keep  up a car, buy something  else.  Crestoii Auto & Supply  R.S.Be*an    COMPANY      Manager  r  *mmj. ^m.. mmsM^    HHMlH.   *MliU|   |u^^j|   1^^.^^      jju^  On     mm     aaWITrDiCLra  1-?  A  "R  M "P. !���������?  ft  UL  Ji.'     .M.-Uk.  .-".4-A.  %--*  TV/TAKF, your bn-nkoy* yo-tr fin^*nri*n1  ���������**& adviser. I,et him help you to  shape your affairs so that he will be  warranted in giving you ample credit  to operate your farm efficiently. Our  aim is to assist you in every way  possible, *'  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE   M  x~l\  I  Z:C  mmi'iW mmwix  :u  fl     *i/'/r'ii<-������-B-4������nri-������r*pp  TxrdJX  T~4vxJ> tXrVy* AL AL  T-s  1. ti* <rx v������, #-������ irr.  AA-A4JA   VP>*p***.rAIl*  ���������%-~-m    *v_4������  eTn    *tr>  --% m. s~   ifm ���������������   t> 9���������   I-i  _r^*jiijii*.^-Liy rvilclIlcliy-CH.  00Mm0IMtMU0mMjtAimdiAujtx0ilix^ 0~mmm  mm mmmm������mm*m.mmmmm*m*9tS  ttttiS*WUimmtmm**.i IttXI^tS^'ttrlvmm^-mt  SESSS^ .iiS������AZ,'^.ZrZ^ZaU^-Z, j ~h-^s~~i-sm%mm.sm~^^  u_biw*^~i^st-&*0*i4^^ S.1.--TW-- #4x,������t    ��������������� te^-At-Mi** 1- in -titl*m fi- .V^i^ 6 ^ ��������������� M"WW|i*v,  fc������iHiiweAnr tutlfS. k T��������� ..^T^'sSl*******^  >-;v.'.*'.-:.^  EHE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     1     ft  level, mid there will be much syra-  pathy with thc demand of all workers  for an adequate return for their labor.  But a halt.must be called to thc almost universal demand for a marked  [^m-iAmmiAiJlJlX ������    &1 M " m-rH ^il-\~~0  When a girl in her teens becomes  peevish, listless and dull, when nothing seems to-intcrest her and dainties  Land Settlement  For British' Soldiers  . i ao not tempt her appetite, you "may  ! shortening of the hours of labor and^be certain that she needs more good  | a consequent decrease in production I blood than her systcm is provided  -which means an increased price forhvith. Before long her pallid cheeks,  '  , .��������� , -       ;     t     .i *       !.,,���������! frequent-headaches,  and - breathless-  thc  article  produced.    In   these   days j ^  and  h^n  pa,'pitatioh   will   con.  people    should    oe    winmg    to    work = ftrm that s-nc is anaemic.    Tviany rno-  longer      hours       and       thus       assist j thers as the result of their own girl  in    increasing    production  good tho waste and destruction  past five years, rather than insist up-1 troublV'To'develop* '"further,   * but "at I mer soldiers of the imperial forces in  mx.xjxx..^ w.w.o ~��������� t.,v , ������������������=,������.,. y,x ...i...   ""fa"'  .investigating tne .  to    make! hood experience can promptly detect  ,     . sctt,cment-,  ion of "the th������ early signs of anaemia and Je | ^"i^Th" ������  . . | wise mother does not wait for the ewers, said that tin  insist  tin- ! . -. .ui.      *_   .1 i c..-xi.~-       U..X   ~x\ u: .c xt.  1,000,000   Former   Imperial   Soldiers  Planning to Leave for Overseas Dominions  Toronto,    Ont. ��������� When    passing  through this city en route to Calgary  Christopher Turner, of England, who  is in this country for the purpose of  investigating the Union Government's  ans for imperial sol-  ere are 1,000,000 for  I ��������� t1! ii if1! IDA 0l Ii if ." i  | on performing less "work.    By so do-j once gives her daughter a course with  ing  thev   will   be   working   out   their. Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills,  which   re-  own and their country's salvation and,"ew  the    biood    supply  and    banish  _.   , . '.       '   v     r    x*      . anaemia before it has obtained a hold  warding off depression     and    further. upon  th     system  loss.  England who    are planning to leave  for one    of the    overseas^   dominions  within thc next two ycars to engage  I in farm work, and declared that there  j     Out of their    experience thousands |is immediate need on the part of the  I    ^.f       W.^P-lp^^r.       I���������,,-..,-       4-1-.-.1-       r.~r,���������77,'.r.        * r.       tt ,  r.    ) "        ' . _ /.  Not Sleep Er^fe  Med asi Elites Se.  8  Great Britain, for example, is facing  of mothers know that anaemia is the   Government of Canada of strong ef  ������'.irc   rr>:>r    tn   'rnrsr*   tile I n*������v   knnw *=*  national   crisis   as   a   result   of   thc  sure road to worse ills.      They know  the  difference  that   good     red  biood  fort  to attract  thc  greater    part     of  high wages and short hours demand-j makes in the development of woman-/ these  men  to  the Dominion.  cd by the coal miners and which have'ly health.       Every    headache,    every  made  necessary  an   increase  of $1.50's^P    for    breath    that    follows  the  ,,     *    . . , -i-, -���������   slightest     exertion     by  the    anaemic  a  ton   m   thc   price   of   coal. ^     I his   gid>   cvcry  pain   shc   suffers   in      her  means an increased cost of fuel to tne  back and limbs are reproaches if you  "\ Speaking of the land settlement of  the British Empire, Mr. Turner said:  "It is appalling that out of about 60,-  000,000 white   population,   only about  people,        increased        transportation   have   not   taken   thc   best   steps      to   13,000,000  are  on     the     land,     Avhile  LJ ���������iUSS  ssBsa  Work Is Oar Salvation  charges   on  railways  and  steamships,  *>* V V      J xrxx.  . ,-,   .     ���������   ��������� .        r    v* ' the only sure way to do so is through  increased  mamilacturmg  costs   of all,., ' nf T.r   <*-������������������*������������������,������,������.���������   v>,.,t-  wile  weak girl  new  blood,  and, Germany, one-sixty-fourth as large as  The   signing   of   the   peace   treaty,  and with 'demobilization of the army  so well advanced that, so far as Canada   is   concerned,   July   31   has   been  fixed as ihe official date by which demobilization   will   be   considered     as  having  been   completed,    brings     the  nations   of   the  world   to   close   grips  with  vital   domestic   problems   of  reconstruction.    It   was,  of  course,  impossible   to   turn   the     world     upside  down for five years during which thc  energies   of  almost  all   mankind  and  the  resources  of   all  civilized  nations  were devoted to works of destruction  without creating conditions which will  require much time, great patience and  almost   infinite   wisdom   to   restore   to  normal.  ��������� The necessities of war forced the  abandonment of many sound business  principles. The need of securing  supplies in huge quantities at a moment's notice resulted in the payment  of unheard oi prices for these supplies, and the payment of higher  scales of wages in order to secure  the necessary output than had hitherto been known, especially as countless millions of men had been withdrawn from productive, enterprise into the armies. The inevitable result  was the doing of business in many  extravagant ways because, output was  demanded regardless ol the cost. And  this excessive cost of production, coupled with the wholesale destruction  of property and wealth which was  taking place all over the world, led  !<i an increase in the cost of living  which has "heco-ne a burden almost  ton great to he borne. This, in turn,  1-ii   in  still   higher   wayvs,  and  higher  _ , . . .1 the use  of Dr. Williams'   Pink  Pills,  goods, and because of these increased j     nCW) -icu re<j blood is infused into  costs of production a decreased abil-; the system by every dose of these  ity to compete for trade in the export pills. From this new rich blood  markets of the world, and consequent; sP���������**?s good health, an increased ap-  , c .     ,      A-. *      ���������   *       *    >    ' I Petite,   new   energy,   high   spirits   and  loss of trade, lhe coal mining nums- j perfect WOmanly development. Give  try could stand the paying of thc' your daughter Dr. Williams' Pink  higher wages, but the shorter hours! Pills, and take them yourself and note  of cmolovment means  HtCu  the British Empire, has 22,000,000 on  the land, and France 1.8,000,000." In  order to remedy this condition of affairs, hc explained that there is being  formed in England a ministry of  emigration,  whose  duty  il  will  be  to  "I noticed a !}ttle piraplc on say  bs.by'8 face. 5 though*- it -was froi*.  the sun but it Ikept .getting ^orse and  the akin *waa -red and very hot. He  could sot sleep or rest th-s etrapfdoia  itched and burned so. and it caused  him to scratch. I was quits d*s<** |  couraged.  -  **I saw an advertisement for CoSS*  cum Soap and .Ointment -and sent for  * free sample. I bought more and  after using two cakes of Cuticura Soav*  and two and a half boxes of Cuticum  Ointment he tsras healed." (Signed)  Mrs. S. D. McQuire, Clar*tsburg,  Ont., Dec. 18,1918.    Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and  I T&IiTum for friF^*^--daytGUpn purports. |  0       "pilir ixvm  Mra|}"������ 6mcij Ox GtxxUi���������tm Spr4r������p, xfw.^   ������  nwsnt And TaleuraaddnaM poot-eard: "Qimmrx, 5  Bn;l.A,������MU*i,*ir.S.A."   BiAdtnFxStTstbmr-.        g  !'"������������������ ii   ~ "���������       '  mi���������ia���������J  tfooa rro������iem In r ranee  Paris, Francc.-^-The cabinet considered the problem of the high cost of  settle as many as possible on tlie lands | Hving.      According  to  tbc     Echo  de    ,        _ of Great  Britain  and create a  steady ! Paris   the  government  is   considering  loss in ��������� llow  Promptly  their  influence  is   felt; surpius    Qf    land-tilling    countrymen ; opening     the   frontiers     immediately  better health  You can get these piiis through any  dealer  in  medicine  or  by  mail  postpaid at 50  cents a box, or  six boxes  for $2.50  from     The     Dr.     Williams'  communities  Medicine   Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  capital to operate it.  Belgian Contributions Stop  j     Boston, Massachusetts.���������At a meet- , .  . ing recently the executive  committee! j  of the New England Belgian Relief i Wh**} Asthma Comes do not des- \  1 i-      ...  _, ���������  ���������       <���������    xi      'pair.     turn at once to fchc help crrec-  1-uncl voted to cease receiving further ;'tive_Dr     }     D     Kcllogg������s    Xsthina  contrihtitious for the work in Belgium.   Remedy.    This wonderful remedy will  give you  the aid you need so  sorely.  Hollo way's     Corn   Cure     takes  the  corn   out  by   thc   roots.     Tr}-   it -and  output that the combined loss is staggering and, of course, in the final analysis,  the  people  must pay  it.  In Canada we are face to face with  somewhat similar conditions and the  country is passing through an era of  industrial strikes which, as Premier  Borden has pointed out in an appeal  to all thc people for co-operation, are  almost as destructive as war itself.  There should be uo strikes in Canada.  They entail loss all round. And they  arc an unnecessary survival of a bygone age, because we now .have, all  thc necessary machinery of arbitra-1 prove it  tion to settle any disputes which may'  arise.  Canadians need to arouse themselves to full recognition of the. fact  that true patriotism at  this  time  dc-   ���������m*;_=_/a���������������  -r ,v.ir*7t.n.   fi!r������=  T\:~i-0-rx~:~  1 . ���������-- ! i������.J.iictru "*,    JUUluHcnt   "wUlC**>    yipiuuiiiw.  mauds   the   rendering   of  just   as   un- i  :   selfish service as was given by bur. You can't tell what a boy learns at  soldiers in the war. If the call or| allege by the amouiit.it costs his  patriotism   will, not     lead     men     and   father.  women   to   render   such   service,   then.    in self-interest they should do so in | "Black Watch"���������The Best Black  order to avert nation-wide depression  and unemployment. Our soldiers did  not cavil at the long hours of labor  they put in for us and our country's  cause. Nor should the workers of  Canada now demand a reduction of  hours of labor to an extreme minimum.  ���������In some quarters thc fallacious doctrine is preached that it  is necessary  who will be encouraged    to come  Canada and other dominions.    Tl:  to i for the importation of raw materials,  esc! The   Figaro   says   the   government  is  men, he said, would probably settle in j discussing the prohibition  of the cx-  of about 150, tbe    plan j portatiou   of  certain   foodstuffs," such  ttractive. to the former soldier J as butter,  eggs    and cheese.       Other  most  being a small holding with  sufficient i newspapers  declare  that the  govcrn-  i ment intends to pass a law inflicdng  severe  penalties  on  food  speculators.  Other Tablets Not  Aspirin At AH  A man seldom realizes what a cold  world this is until his creditors begin  making it hot for him.  Choking    ceases, breathing    becomes , .  natural and   without   effort.     Others,   Only   Tablets   Marked   Witn  thousands  of  them,  havc  suffered  as Cross    ���������**���������--"���������    -  you suffer but have, wisely turned to  th is .j famous remedy and ceased to  suffer.   Get a package this very day.  ���������Bayer  Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market  There's much to bc said o'.i both  sides when a woman attempts to  write a letter ou  paper.  a   single   sheet   of  \\ a-,  dr.-'  !..���������  il!  ���������ed   costs   of   pro-  ���������������������������!  *!  .ii-.  ���������.i.i  '.I---.-'  : at  *..>-  a.l  ,t.  Miller's     Worm  Powders  are     not  surpassed  by  any     other  preparation  as   a   vermifuge   or   worm   destroyer.  .       , ..,..,,   Indeed,   there     arc   few   preparations  to    shorten   the   hours   of   individual ( that havc thc merit that it has to rc_  labor in  order  to supply employment j commend  it.     Mothers,   aware  of   its  for  all.      Thc   reverse  is  true.       Thc : excellence, seek its aid at thc first in-  i',*  -Mi. cannot -o I ffrcaler. the production,    thc     greater! uicatioti of the presence of worms in  '���������'-  *���������������������������    'a'.-ioi *-.������,'- ' , '      ,    i ! their   children,   knowing   that   it   is   a  ...-  point   will  finally! ������������������������������������������������������*-  wealth   produced  and  the  greater, 1>crf(:ctlv    trustworthy medicine    that  intiation will end in ! th*** amount of new employment which j will give immediate aud lasting relief.  acr    nf    industrv, i **v *'*   ')0  provided.     Adversely,   restrict i ������������������   unemployment, i *nc c-titput  oi any  essential  cominod- What She Did  ity,   say   coal   as   in   Britain,   and   the!     "Who   gave  her  away  at  her   wed-  ontpui   of  all   other   industries   is  ad-, ding?"  ,������. I ve.rsely   affected   and   th-*:   amount   ut       "'Nobody.  Labor Enquiry  Preliminary    Arrangements    for    tbe  Coming   National   Industrial  Conference  Ottawa.���������The labor sub-conimitlce,  under thc chairmanship of Senator  Robertson, will meet in Ottawa to  make preliminary arrangements for  the coming national industrial conference. The labor sub-committee is  an offshoot of thc cabinet reconstruction committee, and has among its  members representatives both of  capital and labor.  It will consider primarily: (a) The  date when the national industrial  conference shall meet; (b) How the  various associations and unions of  employees and employers will be represented; (c) thc method by which  representatives  will be  chosen.  It i.s expected that the conference  will bc held m Ottawa. The date  will he as early as possible, possibly  in   August.  If You Don't Sec the "Bayer Cjoss**  on the Tablets, You Are Not  Getting   Aspirin ��������� Only  Acid Imitation  i hir!-iiiati-  ..L-xi'-v        '.'ill  . I.   ..  r.oinl  lake  '.ion   ne  a  t.-.tn-  of   n  She .simply thrc\v herself  id  '������������������.   in ri  i-fir r-J.i'  an 'I  : ������������������'  iU.  .1.1  iv'-: {or almost any  -p   work and  supply  -.'���������\\ (���������*���������   and   faniilie**.  t.o*   \v -mi   to  reach  i-,   rher������*fore,    lhe  !���������   and  p'-ople alike  nl--.   .wiii   ix-iid   their  ��������� li in in ;i; 11...-'   i u i"iii- r   v, ast'*  tiie  i o -���������   of living.  y.Ai, >. Icrwll" ,,:,!-  i   . .ii i  I employment  lessened.  .��������� r   do  ..-������������������d    it  I'l   il  U'.r  ��������� i ;���������   ! i i i ���������  In  '. .->  ' i i ������������������!  11 '*���������   111.' i *: ��������� i; 11111 * 11  awav.  5,000 OUT OF WORK  Let a high standard of wages be  maintained, but let our people be willing to work even longer hours than  before the war, and '.lu-ow their whole  energv  and  capacity  into   their  work, <-\ul of business last week by l-'utnsim's  , Corn   l.'.xtractor.    No corn  can live if  Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'*  arc now made in Canada by a Canadian Company.���������No German interest  whatever, all rights being purchased  from the United States Government.  ��������� During the wax, acid imitations  were sold as Aspirin in pill boxes and  various other containers. The "Bayer  Cross" is your only way of knowing  that you are getting genuine Aspirin,  proved safe by millions for Headache,  Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Pain generally.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger sized "Bayer" packages can be  had at drug stores.  Aspirin is the trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture  I of    Monoaceticacidcstcr    of Salicylic-  acid.  hours of labor.    Onh  Can Trade With Germany  Washington.���������General licenses covering import and export trading with  Germany were issued by the war  trade division of the state department  with the approval of Acting Sc.c.rc-  Nol   men, but   corns   that   were   put   vary  1'olk.     Kxecpt  in  certain   limited  eases,  provided  under  the   treaty  .luring their Hours ot  laDor.    ->niy so - tro.ltftd hy  |-uln.llI,\s.    j.t is safe, pain-  will   thcy   save   themselves   and   their j j<.ss .m,i s.irr.   Use only Putnam's, 25c  from   au   even   more   pcrilious' at all dealers,  than     that     of     the     Great! **"���������  country  and | position  liiidi I War.  r-wy-^awa^yi^^  tacn cupiui ot  The Desideratum!  "He's so, reckless he's always taking chances."  "Oh, do sor.d him to our charity  bazaar."  No man can tell what two women  really think of each other by their  actions when they arc together.  is so jyUrr^i, arug iree  and wholesome that  *     ��������� "*      - . ���������- ,_..        r~A  X IO l^Ut*r^*^t.Jt<l>* *  <Lj-h k.-m<-d~-*    ^I**_  to the second or third  cupful, or*should the   t^. .: ~ -m   ���������A.t iflBtrU-a ���������*:  'a. &    "p-iu r.i xktL.   *.*-.  The Policy Of "Grab"  Hard to Get Back to the Sane  Days  of Moderation and Peace  ll  is  (lil'licull  lor  the  ordinary  man  to understand why, now that the war  i.,   iv,'.*.*.*     aud   iv!(!u,;|.ri'-s     everywhere  are   once   more   busy   producing      for  peace   purposes,   there   should   uot   be  a   I'l'iuni     to   sometlimg  like     normal  rondilioi)'.     l-'iuancial experts can ex  plain   tin-   matter completely   to     their  own   *.;itisi'action,  lint   to   the  ordinary  in.in   on   lln-   shed   il   appc.u.s  a.s   ii   il  I i--   jn-'t   ;i   rase   of  grab.       The     "easy  jiiHincv"   oi   the   u;ir   has   dciuoi alized  ��������� ���������ill   i'I.i*.*-.!-*..  .md   it   is  hard   to   gel   back  jti>   ilu-   sane   day*.   <>l   niodei alion   ami  , I" .!��������� ������������������ 'I In-    ia!..':,   pi of; i C".    --aiinot  i'.'.o   un   iioh-linitcly,   however,  and     the  I  un   iiii-.   is   i'i-ci igiti/ed   by   govern*  I ii'.i-n'..  .un!  ]iioiiteer*i   ih<-  bcllci.  of  peace, trading between the United  Stales and Germany may he. commenced  at  once.  The   Till   That   Brings   Relief. ���������  When, after    one has    partaken    of a  meal,  he  i*.  oppressed  by   feelings  of  fulness and pains in  the stomach, be  suffers     from  dyspepsia,     which will  persist  if  it  he  not  dcait  with.     i'ai-  iiielcc***   Vegetable  Pills are  the  very  best   medicine   that   can   bc   taken   to  i'|'������b  hup...     . ..i.;;,-. ','.:.'.;; ai'c specially  compounded to deal with dyspepsia,  and their sterling qualities in this rc-  .���������pc'.t can he vouched for by le^irm:*.  of users.  If a man calls on a woman she ia  pleased ��������� either when he comes or  goes.  ..������..������..������.m,.^ ..������..������..������������������*������> .���������***���������"��������� " *"m  Sure! High Heels  Cause Corns But  Who Cares Now I  ������������������T*UV4������"������"������"������44������������������4'������"������"������   ������������������.������������������"���������"���������"���������"���������"���������"���������-���������"������������������������������������"���������������������������������  Because style decrees that women  crowd and buckle up their tender un-.������  in high heel footwear they suffer, from  corns, then thcy cut and trim al these  painful pr-a*". which merely makes the  corn grow hard. This suicidal habit  may cause lockjaw, anil women aic  moments.    She  .stepped  out  to j warned lo stop it.  A few drops of a drug called free/.-  Just an Incident  American Father: Where, is Bessie?  American Mother: She'll be back in  few  There?**-' e* /?eav*ioa,  I >i mi'*   Inn I   11 ��������������� 11.in cr   un  il'inil.     liir.  li-.-i  vour aim  get married.  "Minard's  Liniment Cure-,  Coldr.,  LOtc.  Brand Whilloclc to Italy  l'.aiis. -Brand    Whilloek    liu-i hern  named   as   American   aiiib,i:..-,adoi      to  li'ilv Brand   VVhillock     at   -.resent  hold-,   lln*     post   of   minister     to   Bel-  I'.iuin^ to   which   he   was   appointed  in  I ,<hi  ���������nllv   i !"��������� ii;ned.  ai  l$i  i  *4f  m  *i"* *  1  A  V'l  m  11  A  n  one applied directly upon a sore corn  ������������������'���������;���������"��������� '.<p'.*i- .'..Urpf -i,i,1 p-ooti lln* I'litiri*-  corn, root nnd all, litis out witliout  pain. At'.k the drug store man for a  quarter of an ounce of fi ii/oiie,  which costs very little, but is sufficient  to remove every bard or soft coin  or callus irom one's  feet.  Tliis <lrii(v is an ether eoiimoimd and  dries in a moment and -pimply .shii'/cis  up tlu' oi n without iiillaiiiiii|> oi i-vcu  irrit nting the    surrounding    tissue    at  Skill.       v   ii|*   iiii.   inn    .in.,    (.a..   ....       .,���������?���������'-"  wife's* diesae!'.  ^,ti4j.������;iM'i.ji.,ti^Eji:jKS"-,'*S i ."t;  4>.^4l44....rW.^.r-M4 .00 ���������.?:.:. "-I'i'ir :��������������� ���������'���������  *5S"-3|5?ii  jr)fa\&mfam4j^^  \%mmmrmti-ti4\ ~\mmfii~tfait$it^L  iiiim  s}3-  ft  TBTE    kkvtfw.    creston. -. b.    a  eader's Sneecf  London.  ��������� Sir     Edward    Carson's i  Laison s j j  cr leader j  speech has brought thc Ulstc  under Viie liis-li of the newspapers of  all parties, primarily on account of  his references to the United States,  which -..-'- criticized as tactless and  calculated to breed bad blood between  thc two nations, ��������� and, secondly, because he reiterated his old threat to  call out thc Ulster volunteers to resist any attempt "to place the Home'  Fule Act in  operation. |  The. Attorney-General, Sir Gordon j  Hctvart, announced in ' the''House of!  -Commons that there w*erc no grounds :  for setting the law in motion against j  Sir Kdward because of his threat to j  call out the "Ulster volunteers against!  Home Rule. J  By a vote of 217 to 73, the House  rejected   a   motion  by   J.   R.   Clynes,  Labor member,   urging   the    govern-;  ment  to  prosecute   Sir   Edward   Car-1  ��������� I  son  for his  speech as  incitement  to.  violence and breach of the law.  Thc debate turned on thc legal  point, in which, the Attorney-General  said, hc had thc concurrence of the  Soiicitor-Gcncral. But almost all the  speakers without distinction of party j  condemned the Carson speech. Sir  Donald Maclean, Liberal, appealed to  thc government to try to regain thc  moral authority of parliament hy  condemning the language the- Irish  Unionist leader, used.  Andrew Bonar Law, the government spokesman, contended that the  government was bound to be guided  by its legal advisers, though nothing  Kf*||S*OT*J*-*i������  P.  *   * h-TdVd  gv  ���������0!  %t~ P..   13 uno  Winnipeg.���������An afternoon paper prints thc following from  its  Ottawa  correspondent:  Confirmation was given by  Sir Thomas ..White of the report that a minimum price for  wheat will be guaranteed in all  probability by -the government.  What this price is to be Sir  Thomas would not say. The intention is to give commercial  and financial stability to thc  marketing of the crop, in view  of unsettled world conditions,  the unique situation created by  the Uiiited -States, fixed price,  and the uncertainty as io how  thc world demand would react  to the queer conditions now obtaining. - The fixing of a price  gives a guarantee which will  facilitate thc placing of the  crop, it is hoped.  Troops Campaigning in India Suffer  Terribly From Heat and  Cholera  Peshawar,     India.���������-Thc    continued  heat   is   appalling,   but   everything   is  being done to mitig-atc the sufferings  could bc more painful to him.    If the   of the troops.     Ice plants havc been  H-ftfr  Ii  -tX    XL  mmvk  xxx   maxta-vs.  Cii^pfsnnir-a'ra'BrAk  p!<a"~n    >*M-nt4-rm.**-.*"a-~i  *t9"UjU-01 ****���������."."���������-"4/   * ~~~XX    M"U5gWt***lV(lC  To  Aid   Stockmen to   Get Feed   to  Cattle, or Cattle to Feed,  as Needed  Ottawa.���������To relieve the stock-  raisers in the dry areas of Alberta  and Saskatchewan whose_ herds arc  threatened through scarcity of feed,  thc federal government has submitted two proposals to the provincial  governments interested. It is proposed to cut hay on the Dominion  lands in thc north,, bale it and ship  it south to feed thc cattle or to send  thc cattle from thc southern areas to  the hay lands of the north, where  moisture has been adequate and grass  is abundant.  To carry out cither or both of these  proposals the Dominion government  has proposed to thc provincial authorities that thc cost of securing and  moving the hay and cattle be borne  equally by thc Dominion government,  provincial governments, railway coin-  panics  and   stock   owners.  Another proposal for division of  expense is- that it be borne equally  by the Dominion government, provincial governments and railway companies. This latter probably will he  adopted, as the stock owners may not  be in a financial position to assume  any part of thc cost. The Alberta  authorities have signified their willingness to co-operate, and it is believed will advise that the whole expense be borne by the Dominion and  provincial governments and the railway companies.  U.S. Opiaioii And  Irish Qitssii������!*.  London.���������The British government docs not regard tbe action of the UnitedTStates senate  with respect to Ireland or the  acts in thc same connection of  other persons or bodies representing the United States people, as in violation of Article 10  of the League of Nations covenant, said Andrew Bonar Law,  government leader in the House  of  Commons.  Thc government, Mr. Law-  added, would not put the question of. the future government  of Ireland on the program    for  r.rx^~ZJi-.~���������X--.���������       ���������i  1.VI191UCJC111UI1      XXL  ing of the council of the League  -of  Nations.  Predicts Solif fa Labor Ranks  government had been advised that the  law was broken he would have insisted on action being taken or would  have resigned. The whole thing was  a very unfortunate' affair, said Mr;  Bonar Law.  Thc Labor organizations are not  slow to point out how such incitement to "direct action" could bc improved upon in the industrial field  for securing political ends. The Liberal pro-Irish papers arc really quick  to point out that in point of tactics  there is no difference between "King  Dc  Vaicra"  and "King  Carson."  | -*a|s������=* iV'x^s.&va'i.Px-i  iuwwv'       %rVSU*ry-l *4(*"WW  Called At Ottawa  fitted   up  at  Landikotal  and Dakma,  and an attempt is being made to supply a pound of ice daily to each British soldier.    Special huts have been  equipped  in  the   Is.hybcr   district   for  treatment of. heat ca-ses.    Thc violent  epidemic of cholera, which broke out  in   June,   lasted   nearly "three   weeks.  There    were    1,663    cases    and    566  deaths, principally among the camp's  followers.    Six British officers and 15  men aiso died, but the disease is now  practically stamped out.  . A   special   train   now   daily   carries  troops for short spells to the Murrec  Hills.       The . troops  arc   now  better  housed and fed than in any previous  campaign.       Thc   firm   steadiness   of  thc British  troops in  facing the heat  deserves thc utmost-admiration.  Premiers   of   Provinces,   Lsbor   Leaders   ?.nd   Employers  to  Be   Invited  Ottawa.���������It was decided at a meeting of the privy council to call a national industrial conference for September 11. To this meeting all provincial premiers or accredited representatives will conic to talk over with  representatives or organizations of  employers and employees just what  legislation would best help bring  about an era of co-operation aud concord in Canadian industry. Great efforts will he put forth to secure the  hearty cooperation in this conference  of all elements of labor and all organizations  of  employers.  Set Price 01 U. S. Wheat  Prices Drop In Gerniany  i Wheat and Wheat Flour Imports and  Exports Put Under Prescribed  ...  Limitations  Washington. ��������� President Wilson  has signed an executive order increasing thc guaranteed price of the  1919 wheat crop to $2.30 per bushel  at Galveston and 4Sew Orleans.  Al the same time a presidential  proclamation was issued declaring  thai in order "to protect the United  States against undue enhancement of  its liability'' under the law guaranteeing wheat prices, that on and after July 31 no wheat or wheat flour  should be imported into or exported  from the United States except within prescribed limitations to be prescribed   bv   the   wheat   administrator.  Forest Fires Caused By Heat  Three   Men   Trapped   in   Tunnel   of  Mine in Salmon River  Valley  Nelson.���������Three men are trapped by  forest fires in a tunnel at the Second  Relief mine, near Erie/in thc Salmon  River Valley. The men arc known  to have provisions enough to last  them . for four days.  According to a telephone message  received here from Erie, thc men  are believed to be safe for the time  time being, although there is danger  that they may be suffocated should  the flames close in on the mouth of  the  tunnel.  Several forest fires have, started in  this district during thc past few* days  as a result of the hot wave. Forest  rangers say that the fires are due to  the spontaneous combustion of gas  generated by the heat from the resin  in thc  trees. .    Slogan. City, about 25 miles from  here, is surrounded by fires. Fire  hose havc been stretched to outlying  sections  of  thc  town.  Dominion Trades and Labor Council  will Have to Take Some  - Action  Winnipeg. ��������� In the opinion of  many union officials, summary action by thc Dominion Trades and  Labor congress is expected to follow the adoption by the local Trades  and Labor Council of thc Calgary  convention report, amounting to full  endorsation of the Onc Big Union  project. The possibility that the local council's charter will be cancelled and formation of a new council  comprising unions loyal to the congress authorized, was widely discussed  in  labor  circles.  R. A. Rigg, general organizer for  the congress iti Western Canada, announced that he had telegraphed the  Ottawa headquarters about the action taken by the local council and  that he expected to learn what steps  would be taken  soon.  Mr. Rigg- spoke for half an "Jiottr  against the Onc Big Union before  thc vote was taken. "It was all arranged, anyhow," hc said, "and there  was no chance of winning our point  so long as the Trades and Labor  Council  retains its present  make-up."  t.oniiOii. ��������� A sensation lias been  caused iu political circles by the news  that Colonel Winston Spencer Churchill, Secretary of War. who has just  returned from visiting Premier Lloyd  George at Criccicth, delivered a  speech at a dinner in tbe west end,  at which ovcr a hundred members of  the House of Commons were present, urging the necessity of a new  and permanent coalition party, re-  christencd  the  "Centre"  party.  The dinner was organized quietly,  and only became known of when  some of the diners returned to .the  House.  It appears thiit Col. Churchill,  speaking    as    a    disciple    of    Lloyd  i.r.rvrrrn        CfPfpt-o      (r\v      -t*v       \vr\t.T-        -Jwr,      rdx���������  ..rx-TJ.^x.,      ^J^rxr.xx.       ��������� xr,        txx.       ..xrxxx,      x���������.xx.       . ���������.  viewed old political differences, and  emphasized thc necessity for continued combination of the moderates  among the Unionists and Liberals in  order to preserve what had been won  in  the  waV.  Col. Churchill insisted that co-operation was necessary in order to  fight   Bolshevism.  The supporting speakers included  the chief coalition Liberal and Unionist whips.  The Lord Chancellor referred sympathetically to the future of thc Labor party, but some speculation exists as to'the new party's attitude of  alliance or opposition towards the  saner elements. The diners gained  the impression that Lloyd George  would  lead  the  new   Centre   part;*/.  "Black   Watch"���������The   Best   Black  Plug Chewing Tobacco on thc Market  Profiteers, in a Panic, Flood Markets  With Stocks of Food  Berlin.���������Prices on all foodstuffs  hav- fallen with* a crash in Berlin as  a result of lhe. lifting of the blockade.  They began to show weakness when  it was rumored that thc embargo  would bc lifted, but the-real drop  came only when illicit dealers with  huge co.liecaled stocks brought them  out in universal panic io uiiio.iii ]>.".  fore, competing supplies entering Ger-  **���������)���������.'.-i*y.  Tons of provisions arc being  ..hipped in from occupied U-.rritoric-*,  while everywhere in thc city German  ��������� *��������� or'���������-'���������' of   coffee,   cocoa,   bul tor,   saus-  Manitcba Taking Alberta Cattle  Winnipeg.���������As a result of thc present crisis in thc cattle industry in  Alberta, where there has been a total  failure of hay and other fodder crops,  leaving, according to reports, approximately 150,000 head of cattle without food, the Manitoba Department  of Agriculture has decided to purchase between 25,000 and 30,000 head  for the farmers of this province. Action hy the government was announced by lion. V. Winkler, minister of  agriculture.  Rioting in  Stettin  Copenhagen.���������A general strike, accompanied by rioting, hap started at  Stettin, capital of the province of  Pomerania, Prussia, according to advices received from German sources.  Thc strike involves all trades, including harbor transport, water and electrical power workers. Thc object of  the strike is to secure abolition of  martial law in Pomerania and other  political   reforms.  Hoaored By U.S.  General    Pershing    Grants     Service  Decorations in London  London.���������General      Pershing,     the  United     States     commander-in-chief,  i.~.         1_J T\:..0:.xr...lr-ix r.A C������������������.^.  ii<].������ picsciuvu t/i3u.i5i..ciiCu oerv.es  Medals to a number of prominent  British government officials. Those  who received the medals were Viscount Milner, Secretary for the Colonies; Winslor Spencer Churchill,  Secretary for War; Viscount Peel;  Baron Weir, Director-General of Aircraft Production; Baron Loverworth  (Andrew Weir), former Minister of  Munitions; and Felix Cassels. Judge  Advocate-General.  In presenting tbe medals, General  Pershing said thcy were a token of  thc appreciation of thc American,  government  the. recipients.  I.X0  No Military Entente With U.S.  London.���������A report that Great Bri  tain and thc United States has enter- i  ed into au agreement regarding their  respective military establishments  was denied in the House of Commons by Andrew Bonar Law, Chancellor   of  the   F.xchequer.  Prince  of  Wales'  Tour  London.���������Rt. Hon. Walter Long  announced in* the Commons that the  Prince, oi" Wales would embark for  Canada on H.M.S. Renown, at Portsmouth, August 5. The Prince will  visit St. John's, Nfld., thence proceeding in a light cruiser t������:> St. John,  N.B., and Charlottetown, where he  will re-embark on the Renown and  proceed   to   Halifax.  For   Harvest   Help  Winnipeg.���������There will be. a conference in Winnipeg July 2-1 to consider  the  general   question  of  harvest  help  for thc prairie provinces.  Raisuli Again On Warpath  ���������iges, and other supplier,    have    made  heir appearance.    'Coffee  prices  :"rom   an   aveiaj-e   of   forty   mark.*  * 4 .        . 1 ������1.    .���������.....I   Spanish Position Is Attacked By the\  Bandits  Madrid. ��������� Kaisuli, lhe. Moroccan  bandit, according to an official communication, again has attacked thc  Spaui::h positions at l-'.l Arish, but  was repulsed after a long and bitter  fight. The bandit, realising that the.  Spanish forces had cut oif communication between liis camp and Tangier, decided lo iiLlacl*., and iiie ������-uiu-  mimical ion said it -".y.-is carried on furiously. Raisuli suffered heavy losses,  having many dead or wounded on  the   ncid. i he   cuiuiiiuiiic.ilioii   add^  r ..   that  the  Spaniards  also lost  heavily,  but they are. pursuing Raisuli, who is  ,., , l llceing     into  thc    lnouiitaiiiotit.  conn*  iuy.  t*rd& t~9i-f$ t~~h   W %������&  mmmm*^mm-m.i-mv4\mm-m-  m~mr=rz���������.   fl  mgtr%,'JK$e*mm m\,m~fm .i ���������>'m-rrrrit-**i-ir*ii'l  fl WgJ^ZSmXytm-mv^  W   II       -srZZ-~~-X~c-Ti.r~\l Zzjz?  w ���������������������"*&������������������_"���������*���������*  PREPARED CORN  jys cv:::ur. y rtvw *_���������*  *" ���������"���������*" I' 4mm ~m  i i<;ily be bought  for fifteen.  Other  food  price:,  were  correspon- j 61 Da^^fitT^^B^l^uor Vcndor������  diiigly   cut.        Restaurants,   however,  ���������.till   maintain   high   prices  and  appar-  Winnipeg. ��������� Sixty-one    Manitoba  di-ugfd't-'.   have  hern   licen*-p*-(I   to  fiell  cully  intend   to  continue  to  do  so  a*:   .���������    ,    .   ,     ���������        ,,, ���������     _   ,���������        r.i    ,--.~  .      ���������* j hquoi  during thc commg fiscal year,  I.nig  as   |>������>p.:111������lr.  ! again ft 6*)  last  year,  nccoruni--;   lo  ]���������  ��������� *N.  M'acLran,    administrator    of    the  I    I   r ��������� y.l ir  \ ���������  ~ m~0-~~~\\%fixVli:fm*vm  -tisixAtx^^-zrxzi'  ^0^0������mmtm4������.U4X  ^!^^-*i^^m.i04*  *^3ZX-0~  -~.*tn+������, t.Zz:rrT-  I ixttvmf Xixtrnm,��������� "--  I i~'~-im^m~m.-VHr0~r4X4X.  HOUSEWIVES are finding new  ������Al&<Mt   XA-t���������*������*"������*VJ������'J*-*S*   -UU^a   ���������VS*     SmtX-tMlmlm  Starch every day���������in fact, for  every lineal.  Not alnn-f* smonlli. rYfinmy frravlea  and sauces, and simple puddings  ���������but crisp, delicate pastries;  flaky rolls, bread and biscuits;  jricli ieiid-t-.it cake*-, and jpic julliri^*������^  and desserts such as you neve*  thought it possible to make m  r-U  J  Ask yctai4  Grocer Sor  BENSON'S  *���������**���������**���������- *. * - * ���������?  -mm   '****���������-'      m~s~i ^m^mxji   ���������*���������  mmm\mmiwm  Insist on BENSON'S���������no other  Com Starch can guarantee such  Purity and Delicacy*   Recipes  i. *������������������ i -LL  k" *"* -*~  -ww !���������������������������������������������**-" Hfumtstt te  \1*~-fiTJ-*mm-0^^ W.s-in'tsHsmm-****-*--*..*.,  sUAki xitiHAU-^t>^v^������k*sM*������!i) mhiOxv^Mhil^imi^-^^ixvl  ���������**>mtwmrmitm*4mM-r^^  '���������" ".-i.i.iii,;w;i.iiii-,'viii')iita)Wiig������^  Eili*ii4*������8itaj|iiass  (9  I  t*2j  in  ~-  '������������������r.-W'lHtH. uu& j-xa-^i-M ai **������������������ w^.,  $blit}M- fteiA&i  't^'JiWVf-'il'r^WMW*tt'M.*'^W<4PVt,i>^^  iii-i>.il������ga^  '���������"������������������������������������--���������-'������������������-���������-^^ ���������jMiiB������ox-mi'iu^LLi"r ;r;iuiCTB-gs  ',.vi:.:-;iK.'.-  HSiP'1*  rm.-  ������������������:i*s-t  "I  THE  C&ESTOH  BEVIEW  You can bake more at a time when you  use Dr. Price's Baking Powder, and keep it  fresh longer because it is in the nature of  pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder to  keep baked foods fresh. This is only one  of the reasons why so many women use  -\~\   ..JT-i'Ef'-i g*~*  dlmm-~'m--,--%.&&~-&L  -TmTxtA  &   "p*^  Made from Cream of Tartar  derived from grapes  Contains No Alum*-*- Leaves No Bitter Taste  IL-  Ti   ��������� ��������� T ������������������    'I 'i*. Tun W "III I HI 'H.i \n I' ll"  ' ���������M'A*,III| ���������>��������� I 'iiV Villi'   ���������ii/uii^j-j-j.-l'  0-,  .re  Death���������On July 23rd, John Dun-  ean, infant son of Mr. -ind Mrs. D. S.  MacKenzie, aged eight days.  We are sole agents in Creston for  Johnson Bros, light blue pattern Tor-  quoise dishes���������Mawson Brothers.  There will be morning service only,  with celebration of Holy Communion  in Christ Church on Sunday, at II  o'clock.  prepared to answer roll call with some-  good idea for monev making for the  Institute, which is in need of some  funds.  The ladies are reminded of the August session of the Creston Valley Red  Cross Society on Tuesday afternoon.  There is still a quantity of material on  hand which those in charge would like  to see made up before suspending operations entirely.  Thelirst of the local tomato crop  made its appearance on Monday,  when tbe Kelsey and Leadbeater  ranches had a crate each to offer. The  sample was not np to Valley standard  in appearance, though good as to size  considering the season.  A combination Creston-Erickson  baseball team inyaded Porthiil on  Sunday after-noon and cleaned up the  basehrt.ll teanj of that town b-*7 K. score  of 24 to 6. Creston collected eleven  runs in the fii-st ihnings, after which  the game was never in doubt.  Tbe list of contributors to the Soldiers' Memorial Fund appears on page  a. A total of $1667 has been guaranteed. Wynndel leads the outside  points with a guarantee of .$166. Kitchener's showing is rather disappointing, being a matter of   only $30.  Starting to-day AJr. Morrow is putting the blacksmish   business   in town  on a strictly  cash   basis.   Those   who  ���������S10.    Also Edison Amhemla. diamond j w-s>' credit will have to  make   special  point,   .n-aily   i������--w,   including  12   iee- j arrangements, for   which he   has   in-  ords. -5-10.    Enquire Krvikw Office.       | trod need a system that   will getaway  from keeping books- rery nicely.  Friends of Miss  Lyda   Johnson will  from Miss -Dorothy Stark. The new  yoiumes are Bleak House, Further  Experiences of an Irish R. M., Girl  Who Helped, Green Mantle, The  Lamplighter. These are on the shelves and brings the tital of books available up to 172.  The school hoard had a special session Friday night when tenders for the  new one-room high school were opened. There were three bids on the work  all of which just under the $2000  mark, the job going to Geo. Hendren,  whose tender was $1925. The contract  calls for the room to be ready for  school use not later than Sept 10.  At the fall fair directors meeting on  Tuesday night it was finally decided  to proceed with the erection of the exhibition main building, which will be  50 x 100 feet, and is estimated to cost  between $1200 and $1500. The building  committee picked out the site for it  on Wednesday when the grounds  were given a look over for that purpose.  The lands department at Victoria is  being pushed to complete the Arrow  Creek irrigation system survey at  4pnce. So many ranchers are talking  putting in individual irrigation that if  something is not done on the Arrow  Creek line at once there will not be  enough water-needers left to swing  the proposition should it be found  economically feasible.  The Valley is accumulating quite a  thirst for gasoline, According trrH. S.  McCreath. who is in charge of the Imperial Oil Co. distribution warehouse  heie. since the end of May the demand has run easily to 2000 gallons a  month. Since May 28th there have  been 140 drums of it unloaded here,  and these averrge 45 gallons each, to  say nothing of a generous supply of it  in cans.  Land Clearing���������Tenders wanted  on clearing, ploughing and harrowing  one acre of land near Wynndel.*~See  T. Baines, Creston.  F. S. Stephens of Cranbrook is in  charge of the teller's work at the  Bank of Commerce, Miss Heath being .ib-serit on vacation.  Major Da vies of Cranbrook spent a  few days with Creston friends the  latter part of the week, guest of Major and Mrs. Mallandaine.  Farm Lands���������Would like to hear of  ;i cattle proposition; either lease, or  cut-oyer land with open range. Address Box 180, Drumheller. Alta.  Miss Alice Keatb, teller at the  Bank of Commerce, left on Sunday  for a ten-da""- holiday with her parents  who are now living  at Invermere.  For  Salk���������Wicker  baby  carriage.  before him ou a charge of running  autos without the -rear, light - lit, and  with but one exception all were mulcted in the sum of $5 and costs. Another resident appeared on a charge  of failing to cut thistles after being  served with the usual notice. He was  given three days in which to mow the  noxious weeds or take a penalty of $.25  and costs,  B. C. Hunt, provincial horticulturist in charge of this district, has issued  the following estimate of the 1919 crop  in the Creston Valley: Apples, early,  10 per cent, increase. Apples, late, 20  per cent, increase. Pears. 15 per cent,  decrease. Plums and prunes, normal  crop. Peaches 25 per cent, decrease*  Cherries same as 1918. Crabapples. 10  per cent, decrease. Strawberries, 65  per cent, increase. Raspberries, 30  per cent, decrease. Gooseberries same  as 1918. Currants, 10 per cent, increase. Loganberries and blackberries,  same as 1918.  The first of a number of Old Country fruit buyers made the Valley a visit on Friday and Saturday last in Wm.  Orosgie"*"*- of the well-known firni of D.  Crossley & Sons, who operate warehouses at London, Liverpool, Glasgow and New Xork. He is in the market foi* at least ten cars of winter apples of $the medium sizes, with a special desire for Jonathans, - Yellow New-  towns and Cox Orange. Owing to the  inability to secure unlimited ocean  shipping space the buying of Canadian fruit will be restricted to a considerable extent this year.  ^DISSOLUTION OF PARTMERSHIPQM  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore existing in the  firm os Embree & Foreman is dissolved from this date, AH liabilities will  be assumed by W. B. Embree. and all  accounts due the firm are to be paid  *.,. tu:   I/O   111IIJ.  Wm. B. Embree.  S. G. Foreman.  Witness: J. Clark Moore.  Crestoii, B.C., July 30. 1919.  We have just taken into  stock quite a full line of these  in various styles and sizes,  but would draw special attention to our line of  ia ,  nuuuu  DIUUVK  KU.  1-vJ-  .liiliiQi!  -mi 11U til  . The Gerrard hatchery is said to  have placed something like 1,500,000  salmon and trout fry in Kootenay  lake by wav of the Lardeau river  last year.  Mrs.    Garland    arrived    from  I'ltiivi-inii Mund.-iy.    '<>   join her  Van-  hus-  l.illlll. '  nj'i'-n.-il  !:l W.  .   Iii.  (rai-la I ni,  tf-ft- fi/!'  who    iias    jusL j he    pleased      Lo   hear   that   she  .1  i'lt'r rhe fil *>-ou in '������ I'ir-r'le,  -v.'.-k     fjuiihasi'ii     ,i     Gray  was  the pi'i.tire of ; among those who .successfully passed  the Third year high school examinations, the resulls of whieh were  announced last week. She attended at  the   King Edward school,  \ aiicouver.  ma k i np; ' he  Vaih-v.  ���������eriilij iA t Ill's  ���������st graduate  having this  J )oit    ear,  make in the  Lieut. McLean, who was on the  ~talT of the fore.si.ry draft recruited  In-re earl*, iri 31)17, j^oi "kick from ovcr-  -I'.is \ i -mI err lay. and is s-iendintr a few  ��������� la vs u it h friends in town.  II. Lamont this week put through  I,he sale of the Burn ell. Urns, thirty  acre ranch at Corn ('reek fo a local  buyer. The timber has already been  t.'il;."!! off )>,-.;���������(; v;f it, .am' some of it i*  slashed, with a limited amount, cleared. '. Lui net ts an- now prairie fanning  at ('out ts, Alta.  Ou i n _:  ! i. .Mi. Sin i I li, lhe v'iol i nist. i if  f lie ( 'Imrlton .ueliesta    lii-ing a way on  vacation, t he saci ed concert   previous- I ,,,, .  1 I In*1  iy    a iinoiiui-eii    ior   .Sunday    evening,  Augnsl .'id, hr-i'-liad    to    lie cancelled.  I 11 ��������� -     . *. 11;.', 11 *���������> i  \ .   ,i .rial ii ui in i  IHU-Ill .   a   leal III  \\.   Knilnee  ii        .   i   :   .1   ,,  1111 i -1 111 )_���������     ill      im-  . 1111 11  .died    for    "-.Vi'din*.-lay  ��������� i if    u Inch will    !)<��������� \V.  report  ot  in  I'm  ,\'e -t  ��������� hi at   I ,el lihr'ulgc h- *it   -vi  \v\  It.  ,|.   In.   I,   IV  ili'l e    .iiii  i. i  ���������|<.  li.   l-'ia eiiian,  .1 I ii^e   I i   I'. I I.i   ������, I . I I    11 11111 ��������� t ���������  V    r i      ������������������ll.   'i,  iia vi' d i s'-i .1 vi'd   pal-t lice lii'i,  'I'll'-  furui-  ��������� ���������r will ' on I i iii i<- I lie liii'.in.. ,s.  ������ '.   I-'.   11 or-ipi4.nl,  iilin    11 iei l.ii-i i a   -. i ������������������-  im  i  '!lii I iree- arid   S.  I reel i  III   lli'  ���������   I III'   11 I   .1    i .1      ' in-  I     !-..-���������.i   Mum iviiKier oi uinipiiian, Susie,  was a weel<-end visitor in ('ri-.stnri.  is bis second call here this year,  in rpiest of an improved ranch that  would allow bint to run a few head of  M.m.K. in view oi i,ne iione-| uii-Mleip-  iful local supply of hay lie will not locale here this year.  It'-*'. ".'. .Met md, aecoinp.ihicd by  ������������������Ir*- Mi-I'ni'il mul mt., Tom, left on  Monday for a tun weeks' ramping 1,rip  at point*, along Kni.ien.iy Luke with  the  Ifi-v. .\)'('Untuck  l.utiilv nf Whiui.  -, R. L. T. Galbraith, Fort Steele, the  Kootenay Indian agent, spent a few  days here the fore part of the week.  Despite the agreement entered into  by the Indians to keep their stock off  the whites' side of the flats, quite a  number of the Si wash stock is pasturing on the Stockbreeders' Association area, and Mr. Galbraith is here to  adjust matters. He is accompanied by  Mrs. Galbraith.  Floyd Rodgers was at Nelson a couple of days the fore part of the week  inspecting moving picture theatres in  that city and getting a line on the  film business. Work will commence  on the Auditorium renovation next  week, and Creston's moving picture  house, which will be operated in the  Auditorium will be known as the Pee-  kin, and will be; in operation before  the end of the  month.  Up till yesterday the raspberry export at "Valley points through Union  channels only was well over the 3300  mark, which assures that this year's  shipping will exceed that of 1917 So  far the outgo of these to date equals  that of last year at this time but the  1919 season may now be said to be  about over, whereas a year ago the  late July rains had rasps moving heav-  ily about this time and on into August.  C. H. Robinson of Nelson, the Kootenay fishery inspector, wan here on an  official visit the fore part of the week  going on Us Kitchener on Tuesday.  This locality is to get special attention hereafter, and in this connection  attention is called to the regulation  which requires that all trout under  eight inches in length must be returned to the wateiSs.hnmodiately after be/-  ing caught, and that a day's catch is  limited to 25 fish.  The local justice mill i������ hr.ndling  quite a grist. thuHe days. Tuesday was  busy Capt. Crompton, S.M., having a  bunch of Hoyen representative citt'/.cn*-,  TENDERS FOR SCHOOL REPAIRS  JANITOR WANTED  Sealed tenders will be received up to  _noon of Monday, August II, 191i), for  the position of janitor of Creston  schools for the ensuing school year.  Lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Apply, JAS. CHERRINGTON,  Secretary-xreasurer, Creston.  These are specially made  for dairy use in every  way, and we havo them  in two sizes���������12 and 14  quarts.  WATER PAILS���������We have  these in tin and galvanized.  You will agree with us that  they were.bought right wh-.ii  you see the prices they are  marked at.  ConfQrm with the Fruit  Marks Act.    Get them  ��������� from ���������  R. TRUSCOTT  CRESTON  An almost equally good assortment of this has also just  been opened up, and awaits  your inspection.        ���������%~BBBII  IVififfOUIl  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  BiO  prices  Robin Hood Flour    Five Roses Flour  A.P. Standard Gats  Fruit Wraps  Apple Boxes Fruit Packages  -A .v,v\d*,. m   ,,*������, ,1 ,,%.,.       inlll Iw*.        .lOfloilNwl        \v*IT  * .tt   lH   i*..*- %    \  ��������� * S% St      -   X' >*��������������������������� 0LlK~ m    0      %d%~   i     .     T-   TX "-'Jf  the undersigned up lo Hal unlay, Aug-  iihI. 1).   Mill),   for (I)   Painting Canyon  p'1'..y     ' ri I IP .p rl 11������ rl I.pP-,      (ID)     i'lli.'lll.^      | W.llllp.  Ihior in liasi'iiieiit; (.'') Koiloorin*---'  ; chnoli ooni. Ijowc.I, nor any tender  not. iiet-i'hMii'ilv a<'ci>iit,i-,l. Full pait.ii:-  iiIui-h of T. H. MAWSON, pSeev.-Tieas.,  I'liick-dM P.O.  R  'l.l lll| .1 III'    I ,11  uh  t ii ' i.ru ' i|ii'-in'f ol    li -  -1. i! I   I,' ���������  i: i ���������    i -.������������������,' i'' i ��������� ���������    in  ( -||ll I ill  <l|������  .Siindri v.  'Ill"    t  I   I I'll l'l"l    rll"      I'rl  l'nr I hi'  |iinit t ii' w in l<  '        I i  >       I   ..i; I i.....  rxii.i   ii.i.iii   i'  I I If r ||. ��������� | lit  111 I    V  ' I  ')-.        '  I    ll I   >���������  llll  ���������<      Vili'lll Mill   I hl'if |  ( U<- I'i i   ,liy lit Uu  11 i n(.'     I'm- I I'liili'i m  ii I     I In*    ( 'ii",1 uu  Irrr.rt     V . ' ,11, Pv   Hill  ''I     I'l    i I p I I I ���������.<     r I I 11 i  ������������������lllvl"        II        'll'll'hllV  IU I'UI" 111II'I  I4..UI.U4UI.II  p. u O ��������� i w  finch  Owing to lack of warehouse  room Hay  will not be stocked until the end of tho  apple shipping season.    ���������  resfon Fruit Growers  LIMITED  4+  Protect Your FORD  i  with a  l>  . (iiiiiiiciieiiiiX Aupusl. In*, ("n'.stoii  lil.K-kpiuil ii mIiu|i will lie run on a  al rii-lly eaub basis. Ilv eliiiiiiial-  iu-<   liin,lvKii'|iiiiij;  Mini  fmd ilcblK I  ��������� all  I ill HCi' rx lii'li'.i'i. a liil   ir'ivi.  ciih*  tuiiii-n.    I'v'urk    al.     Iiiwi'cl,    >irin'H.  I tin ..'   U Ini llll  Hi ll.   Iiml    il,   COUVI'lli-  i-j-iI  In | my '.*!i>t   i-atli will  la-lakeu  A���������J-   *-4W   -��������� -*4~4 JL ii.Lxrl.tx^ JL  A-    -.XlLiimr-.'  '!>,..,., rx      ������  J������L    Ji.   pJUlL  ii- ' C> i Vii  TT 1  ~X-~\Jl^km.  Locks l lie box and locks the casing  covering llic switch.  I   ���������.,,(���������...,'     i   l.r  < 'llll'lll I  I'I'IIM'  ll  I llll III   I'll  III  bin im  am!  il,;���������l-  llll-4'li  fi      i  p .1 IHIII'l.  1.  > iti  .  :   i       i  i m<  iv������. ;> i.  i" - i.  ���������fl  I H ill.  ,(i ,  ���������I..,I.  \\ \i. .MOKUOW .  W-4 t���������*M***,    *Mpp������>������ppt- -mn*. M       Im*    |������-t "^(up'i ������**.     )���������������*<���������������   ~.-,mm:      (wl ~*i    \*4   -���������- *~^*~d~  ''m&mZ -iJ   mis *kMM*������4   'vmr        im        SMMiV'    t-m    UNI *-������  ivEpyviiKs  ��������� u c*a B a bsl a no     I  t* U (.���������* M M p-pp**"* M'MM j  *w~> t.  him mm i  OILS  :'U i  m  p.r,"  II  .IS" I  1^1  m  \$i  -���������**��������� i  'if  m  m  m  III  is]  '14  At  H  A]  '���������IB  .1!  ii1 iv'ivASKs


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