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Schofield of the St. John's  Ambulance Society, who gave a most  interesting talk on First Aid and  Home Nursing courses.  During his talk he pointed out that,  the end and aim of the society was to.  give first aid to the injured, to nurse  the sick and prevent disease. Mr?-  Schofield touched particularly on the>;  home nursing course, which he thon-;  ght might be most applicable to /.������  meeting of women, though many of  tbem might like to take up first aid  also. He said that in some places during the recent epidemic doctors had  been greatly helped by yoluuteer  nurses who had been trained in many  cases only a fortnight in  the first ele-  ���������������n*������nt*.H rvf niipfiino1      *-\*ex   te&VilSET of teiE-5   g, ������������������.��������� mx- ��������� ...^,     xrm     x,       x���������  pratures and  pulse rates, noting posture, respiration, etc.  One doctor was not sufficient in epi--  demies in a district such as this which  covers such a wide territory, unless he.  can have the help of trained volunteers, who at present are very difficult  to obtain.   To overcome thi-**' difficulty  it is necessary to organize in the slack  season���������not.  when   illness   is in   our  midst.    In  some  part  of   Vancouver  Island the St. John's   Ambluance  is  well established, and is of great assistance to the doctors.    In Duncan the |  Red Cross has established a district  nurse, who is conducting a course in  home nursing.    In many cases a class  in Home Hygiene is also conducted  with yery good effect, as many diseases are preventable if precautions are  taken���������tuberculosis for one.   "Women  must to take up this woi-k of education,  and we should try to establish a dis-  ���������   trict nurse'jbere; ~ The request for one.  either of the Victoria Order of Nurses,  or a district nurse and public health  nursing centre must come from the  women of Creston, and the best way  is   through   the   Women's  Institute.  Mr, Sqhofleld kindly handed the president a list of useful medicines   and  their uses but owing to a shortage of  space the list cannot be published until our nest issue.    At ihe close of his  address Mr.-Schofield wastendered a  very  hearty vote of fthariks for his  timely talk.    *���������*������������������>.��������� r:PZZpZ  ���������  v; Some discussion followed, and letters  were read en the subject.pf, the public  ������������������health   nursing  scheme,; and that of  supplying clothing jt6 tu^heedy presidents in some of the rural, districts of  Southern   Alberta,���������;who���������vifti-e   still   in  very urgent need, \ If *ji^y   member  has anything thai*;*'tbey**^;cahV: spare,  which they think might be-useful, will  they kindly leave th-ematjtjhe- library  any Thursday afternoon; pL?Z''?  -.' The  matter of permanent):hospital  for   Creston was   also  disCttgsed, the  president referring to let^frs on the  subject, from a couple-ofJ.elliaens, and  as a result it was deemed^that_the  board of trade should be assed to take  up the question of a hospital, and that  -well   Xmmmm  Mrs. (-J. Cam, who Jems been quite  seriously indisposed .of late, is now  able to be around pretty mnch as  usual, and was a OrestOn caiier, Monday. ". -?Z :y-"  .A ���������.  Mr. and Mrs. Bysouth   and   young  son, who have beeni'at Coalmont for  for the past four months, got back  last week, and   are .again occupying  dm���������A~X.\~-lM UeV  -M.AI  aw-  tJKKi  t^iuviu-ai  *>*n*  **-*���������._ .���������   tne       W ���������UUiUii 3     I-lJSl.IOV.lr-e  ineyery way possible.  After roil call tea  Mesdames Henderson, Morrow, F. K.  Smith and Miss Gobbett, and $3.35  was taken in the usual collection for  institute purposes.  B. Dennes has-bl^n busy of late  considerable enlargjlig his boathouse,  which is now roomy enough to accommodate any craft usable on the lake.  The Kuskanook was on the Nelson-  effects except those he had gone to  hospital in.  At the congregational meeting of  Christ Church on Tuesday night it  was decided by those favoring the  calling of a resident clergyman to  have Rev. F. Yolland of Fernie come  here for a conference on the matter as  the majority favored him for the position provided a satisfactory arrangement can be made to provide him  with equipment for working the outlying points in the Valley,  - Rey. M. C. Campbell, Presbyterian  pastor at Kaslo, was an enforced visitor at Creston from Wednesday to  Thursday afternoon. En route home  from Cranbrook he got off the train  to soeak  with some   friends   at  the  Almost $40,000  Loaned Locally  Landing run the fore.part of the week,  and Mate Annette took advantage-of | station, and the discussion either be  came   so exciting or the scenery so  being down this w.-tyto spend Monday  with Creston friends*  t -trysxxr.       ������������������������������������ I m-f      t er  ������0^,-.-.--. *--.-;  *������ r\\- ' 51    +.**������ ������>f> srx  *mr-%xx     \x*~ *x-r      i~ f\    d~4-*C7  Xi ���������������������������������������������������������������������'*��������������� nf.    Viio  m-~*  XXX,   X-.-^m m.*X*mr  Wynndes  Mrs. H. A, Bathie left on Sunday  for Creston.  Mrs. Durnphg and Mrs. McKnight,  who have been staying with Mrs*.  Anderson, left on Thursday for Spokane. . .j        -P'  J. Butterfield arrived in Wynndel  on Saturday for his sister's wedding,  returning to Balfour on Tuesday.  ,-: Miss Marie Hagen spent a few:days  in Nelson last week to be present at  her sister's wedding, "returning on  Sunday. 'PZ  J. C^ Butterfield spent a few days at  his home here last week. He is leaving Creston for Fernie, where he is  taking a job trucking for a lumber  .firm. ���������  absence he familiarized himself in the  art of fillling out income tax forms  and will bc pleased jto advise citizens  in this matter if they will call at the  ������****rTT Titan '**  Yardmaster Loasby is back to work  again almost four weeks' vacation due  to a severe attack of;the flu.   *v  ' Now the estimates are down all  hands are looking for the crew to commence work on the.Sirdar-Kuskanook  road, which w-e^ are assured will foe  built* thi"*** vpM.-p.  ��������� The steel laying crew is working  west of Duck Creek, and have their  headquarters still at:Wynndel.  TRjAsFFIC TR uCK. IS-  GREA TL Y FA VORED  Truck buyers in the British Isles  are favoring trucks of American  manufacture more and more iu  their purchases, according to udvic  es received by the Southard Motor  Sales Oo. of Calgarv, from the Traffic Motor Truck Coporation of St.  Louis, Mo. The city council of  Glasgow, Scotland, has purchased  a Traffic truck for general utility  work in and around the city. Traffic trucks are ably reprenonted in  this territory by the Northwestern  Motor Co., Ltd. of Liverpool, England, who report this sale to be  doubly ' significant because it not  only demonstrates tho supremacy  of American made trucks over  thoi-iO of British and continental  manufacture, but also establishes  Traffic as the peer of American  trucks In the opinion of the city  council of Glasgow.  Glascmw is the third city in sizo  and, in importance in the British  Isles. It has a population of ono  million inhabitants. The city council in eonr-ddei-eil one of the most  progressive  in tho country, at the  Httlliu    irilnc    ������i>:i(l<e.eit1i>l^    full   VulU-J  for motiey expended*.  The decision to buy a Traffic  truck was announced after a severe  competition, during which every  important coiine.erc-iiil vehifle--  British, eotitiiH-nliil aiul American  ���������was demonstrated. It in, indeed,  a high tribute to Ti-aflle to be  choticn from Um Held.    The Truffle;,  *< . r, ,. r-r   I . ��������� ,  ILIWL-.jl, kr4illl4 ....III.        I   ..j,,..   ,,j  truck in the world, owen its pi-en-  lige* to tlu- fuel, thai it iu built to  lant, to give service and lo satisfy.  'ri'iilltc'H (iuruiiiiiiy, iviiiiliiiiio ui\*\  ��������� .������*.iiiii;;;*,y, l;;;l!-. iu price ������������*���������! '.>j>e>v>i-  tion, haH iiinde it tbe iu>iihu1 iem of  thetvu'-lt tlelel  in  the Ib*iti*ih   l-ele-s.  TIIAKFIC TIUJCK AtllONT  WM. B.ElViiSK^E  Quite a party were at the Gros������nSi,tb  ishow anid;danc������j at Creston on  night, and despite the bad roads and  trouble getting there report the trip  worth while.  Local and Persona!  Buggy Fob, Saxje���������In good shape,  $40.    W. H. Hilton," Creston.  Dr. Henderson of Creston paid the  school an official yisit on Thursday,  when he vaccinated all the  children.  A special meeting of the Co-Operative Fruit Growers' Association was  held in the schoolhouse on Wednesday evening.  Still another hew settler has located  at Wynndel, a Mr. McLeod who has  taken a place aboye Paul Ofner's, and  is busy clearing land.  Mre. W. G. Laing and Mr. J. P.  Brooke were guests of honor at a  kitchen shower at the schoolhouse on  Saturday night. A large number of  friends assembled and a fine assortment of kitchenware was in evidence.  The recipients would take this opportunity to thank all for their kindness  and good wishes.  On Saturday, March 27th, at Nelson,  Miss llogua Hagen and Mr. Elias Uri  were quitely married, by Rev, T. Me-  Clin took. The bridesmaid was Miss  Mario Hiigen, while the groom was  supprrted by Mr. Sparkes. Mr. and  and Mrs. Uri left Nelson on Sunday  on a trip to Spokane, and after a short  honeymoon will bo back to Wynndel  to make their home here. Everybody  wishes them thc befit of good luck.  Thc home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Butterfield wan the scene of a quiet wed*  din;* on Menulny. March 20th, when  their youngest daughter, Phoebe, was  married to Bentiel Aubrey Pitt-Brooke  Rev. J, H. Mahood ouiciating. Ivi'ihn  D. Butterfield was bridesmaid, while  Mr. D. Butterfield supported the  groom. Alter the wedding dinner a,  lively couple of hours were spent until  train time, the-huppy couple going to  KunIo, where they will spend a short  honeymoon, and on their return to  Wynudol they \iill make their home-  in tne house Jack has just erected on  the. Ihuterflcld place���������which he ih go-  iiiK to run tliii. year. A largo party of  frienda |rathered at the train to winli  the happy couple bon voyage, and to  shower  them   with  rice, confetti and  A. Lindley of the B^C. Fruit Market*  Lethbridge. Alta., and -well known in  the Valley fruit selling circles, spent a  ''Z^^kJ&w days here thjejatter part of the  ^^^fw^ekv ~{^f1~_Z_--rpgV''ixt >res������ng  Southern Alberta is quite optimistic  as to the 1020 crop. There is a splendid supply of moisture and with favorable spring weather undoubtedly a  large area will be seeded.  captivating���������or a combination of both  ���������that the train pulled out before  Kaslo's popular divine woke up to the  fact that he had not intended making  eyen a 24-hour stop.? Mine host Bell  of the Creston' Hotel told him all  about reclamation and the many  other attractions and commercial advantages of Creston during his stay  here, and taking it all round the  pulpiteer quite fully enjoyed himself.  Twenty-four   cases  of an  excellent  brand Scotch whiskey  is at present  under surveillance by the local police.  It came in two lots to a local resident  last   week,  but   as   the   same   party  about two weeks Hgo h?e.rl also taken  delivery of another two dozen cases of  the   same stuff the guardians of the  law naturally surmised the  would-be  recipient   was   stocking   up   heavier  than  was needful for medicinal pur-  noses, and promptly clapped the necessary Tein  on  the  last   shipment.   If  within thirty days the consignee fails  to demonstrate that he needs these  last 288 bottles the wet goods will be  confiscated and the attorney-general  seems in a fair way to become possessed of about $1200: worth of real hard  stuff���������as prices are at present.  it wiii oe tne best of good news to  our readers to hear that at lastlthe  provincial and dominion authoritiesr���������  the latter through the Soldier Settlement Hoard���������have at last come to ap  arrangement regarding the handling  of Lister and other provincial settlement areas, and on terms which  would seem to make it safe to predict  that there should be little or no trouble for the soldier workers on these  areas getting the expected Loans as  soon as their allotments are ready for  the soldier settlement board valuators  to make an intelligent appraisal;  This is the information brought by  Capt. Patterson, a director of the  Soldier Settlement- Board, who was  here on Saturday on an official visit,  and after being at the coast attending  a conference dealing with matters  covering these settlement areas in B.C.  In conversation with The Review  nn?>f. Patterson, after haying made a  <b3  The 30-acre Dr. Cartwright ranch,  which fronts the C.P.R. beyond the  Cook ranch, was sold last week to  Messrs. Stanford of Calgary, who  were here with the doctor closing the  deal. There is very little orchard on  the place, though most of it is about  ready for planting, and ib is the buyers' intentions to erect new buildings  and get the place under cultivation  and planted to trees,  Morgan Long got back last week  from a months' trip to Sotsop, Elme.  Portland and Monteseno, Wash., having heen suiumond to the latter place  owing to thV death of his brother.  His son, Trennie, who is the Great  Northern operator at that point, had  the unique experience of having the  boarding house at which he lodged  burn down while he was in the hospital  with  the  flu, thereby   losing   all   his  I  ~mm.    0MH*.  Mm (Mil  *" *1 ~P "''  e  Easter Monday  APRIL silt -   ������p.m. *  Universal Special Attraction, atid a  show you will enjoy  Harry Carey  The Canyon local of the United  Farmers, which has been out of business while the flu ban was on, is resuming its sessions again, and there  will be a general meeting on Monday  night at the schoolhome.  Prospective land buyers have been  numerous in this section the past two  weeks, but so far we can not trace of  any deals being closed.  The Chambers boys have just taken-  the contract for clearing a considerable area on the John Wood ranch,  and are starting work immediately,  Mrs. C.\ Blair left, a few days ago on  an extended visit to the old home in  England, Mr. Blair going as far as  Winnipeg with her. She will probably be away until early fall.  Miss Colthurst, who has been here  for a few months on a visit to her  sistei-, Mrs. Pochin, has also left for  home in Londog, England, and will be  with Mrs. Blair on her trip across the  Atlantic.  Canyon City Lumber Co. teams arc  pulling the drug behind the loads of  lumber being hauled to the sliding,  and now have the road in fine shape  for travel.  John Johnson, who has been the  longest and Heyeietsfc adult flu sufferer  in this section, is now able to bc  around again, and is rapidly gutting  hufk to his oldtime noil'.  Provincial enjrineor Ramsay of Nelson, and bridge superintendent Kil-  patrick of Revelstoke, were here on  Tue-.'day iuiipeet.ing the- work nn the  high level bridge, and went away  quite Hiitiflled with the progress being  made.    The   men   are   now   at,  work  ���������   ���������������.,���������������: ,.  i.i11ii11ij,   em  ���������uapt.  tour oi iiisp* ction Ox tuS Lister area in  in company with Capt. Rowbury,  stated that his inspection had satisfied  him that Lister was a good settlement  proposition. Undoubtedly .the land  was very desirable, and certainly the  location of it was all that could be  desired, and when it came to passing  on loans for the different settlers the  yaliiators would be instructed t-o  make their appraisals with due regard  to the special conditions that exist  there and a careful study of the men's  qualifications;  Asked as to the accurateness of a  cfnfa-mi->-nf.   vtrt   f-.Vio   nroeQ   cittvtAx4-xrnex    **nrr\  that the Soldier Settlement Board  was discontinuing the purchase of improved places for returned men, Capt.  Patterson stated that impression was  erroneous* The hoard's policy was  still to" make loans on either improved  or unimproved properties. As to how  long, the  board, would   continue. in  b-^ihe-'-&-h&p^  was created by act of parliament and  until parliament repealed the act-the  settlement board would continue to  operate.  As to the work done locally the  captain spoke in highest terms of the  services of R. Sinclair Smith, the  board's appraiser for the Kootenay's.  At the board's head office few, if any,  of the loans that Mr. Smith had re-,  commended had been refused, while  his business-like statements on the  many valuations he had made had  considerably simplified the work of  the higher-ups in determining whether  or not a loan should be made.  As demonstrating the great care  that is taken in making loans Capt.  Patterson pointed out that eyery  applicant for a loan bad to receive the  approval of four sets of officials: Thc  local valuator, the qualifications committee, the advisory loan board, and  finally the finance committee, whose  duty it was to keep informed on how  the big financial institutions wore  handling louns of this nutuif- in tlio  various- localities. The procsss will  not only indicate the care that is  taken but will also explain the. length  of time that sometimes elapses before  loans which the local valuator <t������i������,  proves are finally issued.  Figures that will also be of inte  were furnished by the visitor covering  a period of eighteen months that UliWr'v  Soldier   Settlement   Board   hasJ-ieeVJC.  a ^cmii-dO**;  actiyely at. work. To da to* a ^-^nuV'yp v������V ^-H  total of $50,000,000 has bceu^aiuXPhy Of ^Jk K  iiii* bimt'tl for the  pm-ebj^of la������^     &x       ^kH  M~f^~~K  stock auu rqiiipiiit'iiir iuih mmm xt-m i.e.-w* u .,-.  ir.j; of improvement-*-* ,^^J^,V4*!I^1^V,',^  been 25,402 appUcatrjmH nC*"^f������1'Vr? Q  loans, of which 18,811 tffil'R ImRJW vjL **  ^���������<i. -i:>U: rejecti.\Jl a������.(f^he %Am��������� +>*  either under coti-jmcmtiorlSS-t' awVj-'ji-mn'i V.  iiiHieetinn.  The  emtio  umeiun  ^pe-ilt,    oil  1-Ulel  in  ti  I'Vnuc   j'oll  Two doi'.en  oT  e'lllli    Inn*    47     llleiulie  them are ladlen.  A    r*  .   17������ -x.~M.~~-.-  Gentleman  Tho Karl oi dollweU wan a bully  rotter who wanted to po.-ie a,n a  hero; Hex- vvliat'Oliayelino 1 lurry'  <\'.d to him v-.'hen he ;?,ot him out  went.  puj-i*^ i-%  V  "         l %,tx*A,\j.4.i,*it'.>. ��������� jptXl- *W*\*'"V"*i*i" " ''i^i'V" '" -���������*  Llu' m'm'('"���������                                                          lo.m*.    agur.������itn^$>^.<)<lpftavft40                       | l||nin  utn/tpk ,|Ui   j^X))-^   Im^-eii** W^  M wallows niiiiiii  Liiv-ii  ������*.i**iw.*v.r*K-c ���������"������������������>'-��������� ai������iv, ,,���������.,,!    fr-r^^evi'^H-'^U'* i������,tvCwve- ffl  rtv.mil Korku on March 17th thin year,, ,,^a     Ci   Cv     ���������&  V*^      '   ���������������* Xm*  the  earliest  the  oldest,  omtimcr  can t  -e^j^    ^j,   w       *m\  vt*.         \ZP>' g,  ever recall seelni*: them.                          ���������                    ,���������-y^~%^--*1mjP~-AjK,      yj-k r  the   earliest,   the  oldest   olittiuiei*  cui  ever recall seelni-: them  Chriiithui ueiiiict: i.. I'lovlm; v,o pen-\  uliir  In   Vernon   these  times  that   the1  cure  llllWUi'  >\ '*   ������������������  ill    illlllDHl  and   lari.ier  ehnreh   -arem-  ���������'v. "���������������������������,.b-r (Mivi'*li;ui m-ie-ne**-  win til    \. KI1-;.  S^SM^K"'"''-'"*-''^^ m^ii'^^Jt^jinii.f^m^mi.xm^^  iMBmigmB!iMK*ma8d&   *t If. S������r t-JShnfflUlis sbu*>SW   (Y-   ,       tp0^'  Pi huijWisral'^l u^ikiln overvr>i Wmx^J    *  t,.B...r.   !���������!-,.loY^'-l^alruKO.    W-,-:il.������*  eiiet-flxof    sUvfe-U    Wlllclir^Ltie      CCJlpTBrlliy  se.-iiSNio hflpEuuiJ UtilQir noihl*HT!*io  r< l^.oiy* '.!���������  t'"-"  eiimio o|r^*������e'  iteUM*^������  m\. -1��������� Vfll        '  Vs  ^-^~~-W\  TUd~m  'w -  Vi  ���������r^m^:  hi ���������I  Iffl  if*nrai,.-**i|-*'i,mi iiimwi tmmtsm^^tm^^r:���������M���������A^jr^serim^rr^^tsiSSSfSffsSBSS,  LinUJLWfflW  THQzZmx  ..^.^^-xrxir^r^yr:  ���������Br ^c:  -K  Canada; A Nation In  A League of Nations  Participation in the Great War  carried Canada into world politics.  Prior to the war many Canadians had  got into the habit of referring to Canada as a nation, but when it came  down to a definition of our legal and  international status it had to be confessed that we were still a colony, a  dependency of Great Britain.. The  Great War has finally changed Canada's position in  the  world.       Great  i ing learned it, it became Britain's  greatest  asset  in  -successful  colonial  ; administration and world diplomacy.  Canadians will learn the necessity of  j tolerance in dealing with great international problems, and by the application of a greater tolerance at home  many of the prejudices which now  retard Canadian development will fade  away.  In the past Canadians have been  too self-centred. Lacking that close  intercourse with other nations and  peoples, which our new international  status will force upon us, we have  failed to appreciate many of the fine  qualities of races whom we have  brushed aside as "foreigners"; we  have failed to learn from them many  things which would have added richness and variety and strength to the  life of Canada; we have been too intent upon the practical problems of  Canada and the reaching of solutions  by ourselves without regard to the history of other nations, and have thus  frequently made mistakes which could  easily and ought to have been avoided by a consideration of the solution  of similar problems  elsewhere.  The introduction of the larger issues of world politics into the political discussions and life in Canada will  not serve to weaken  our interest  in,  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers ���������  Oouglas & Company.  Nananee. Onl.  ���������which sap the vitality.  Danger lurks in every  hour a cold is allowed  to run. Assist nature  to bring youif children  quickly back to health  and strength and avoid  serious complications  by the prompt-use of  - oveg  3& *=>  w:^  mtmutm.110 "wn'  Airplane Comes Down to Business  The airplalne has now taken its  place in the day's work. A telegraph  trouble-hunter  in   the   Panama  Canal  Creamery Butter  Production  Dairying Is Advancing Rapidly in  Saskatchewan  F. H. Auld, Deputy Minister of Agriculture for Saskatchewan, is authority for the statement that creamery  butter production^ in Saskatchewan  has increased during the past year  from 30 to 35 per cent., as compared  with the year 1918. The increase in  1918 over thc year 1917 amounted to  50 per cent.  Saskatchewan is fast coming to the  front as a dairy, producer, but even  more~rapid development is looked for  in the future. Quality counts, and  everything that can be done in the  way of emphasizing the need for a  higher quality of butter is considered  a step in the right direction.  zone made the flight to a break fifty  or divert our attention from, domestic k miles away, completed the repairs, and  was back at his starting place in ten  problems and issues; on the contrary.  Britain no longer looks upon Canada,;^ should serve to strengthen the determination of our people to approacn  them in a "hic������r*-������r -wav than  Australia and other overseas dominions as colonies or mere dependencies, but as sister nations with Britain herself, the whole united in one  partnership of equality under one  Crown and forming the British Empire.  Recognition of Canada's changed  status is not confined to the Empire  Itself; it is now officially and legally  recognized in  an  international  sense  minutes less than two hours. The  trip would have required three days  by the method hitherto employed cf  ones.     Concerning  iliem   Mrs.   Oscar  WHEN BABY IS CROSS  Mothers, when your baby is cross���������  when he cries a great deal and no  amount of attention or petting cheers  him���������something is the matter. It is  not the nature of little ones to be  cross and peevish���������the well child is  a happy child. Give him a dose or  Baby's Own Tablets, and he will soon  be well again. The Tablets are a  mild but thorough laxative which  regulate the boweis and stomach;  banish constipation and indigestion;  break up colds and simple fevers, and  relieve  the  other  minor  ills of  little  &~n  your brain  works like a  dog vv  legs walks���������  *������������������������.  :h three  VIA.   AAV-WWk  ever before in order that Canada may  become  more  and   more  united  and .jungle,  better fitted to perform its part with  honor and credit tb itself as a nation  in the League of Nations.  Formerly a debtor country to Great  Britain, United States and other countries, Canada today has become a creditor    nation.       Belgium,    Rumania,  horseback    travelling    through  by the admission of Canada as a na-| France and other countries are now  in Canada's debt. We have a direct  interest in their welfare and stability.  Canada has established a great mercantile marine, with ships plying to  ports in all parts of the world, and  within a year or two the number of  ships flying the Canadian flag will be  two or three times greater thau today. Canada's international trade and  commerce is expanding by leaps and  bounds. A new national consciousness is at work which is thc outgrowth of the war and our new national status and dignity.  If this new consciousness is devei-  tion in a world League of Nations, a  League wherein Canada has equal  standing and equal responsibilities  with all the sovereign nations of the  world. Canada's right to such a status may be questioned, and recognition delayed, by the United States  Senate, but it is accepted and approved \>v all other nations and the United States will either have to accept  it or remain outside the League of  Nations.  Because of this change in the international status of the Canadian Dominion, and the new responsibilities im-  Lift off Corns!  Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone  costs only* a few cents.  the'-Bedar<-*' Ste- Sophie, Que., writes.  "Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent  remedy for constipation. They relieved my little one when nothing else  would, and I can strongly recommend  them  to  all  mothers."    The  Tablets  *-~       r-rxlri       U-.      rxx ��������� A'. r-l-x m       A I m��������� ������   tr.0 x.      jviu       tr j       ni-wutviu-^      UCai*vl 9      \J L       UJr  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr,  Williams  Ont.  posed upon Canada, it is not only'��������� ������Ped������ and the people of Canada lay  right but necessary that our people aside their o1d sectarian quarrels and  should take an interest in, study, and bitterness, and set themselves energet-  endeavor to understand international ical!*}r to tllc task of developing their  questions, world politics, international .own natural resources, and-increasing  finance, and all thc many questions ' production for world consumption,  which have a vital influence upon the they wil1 quickly find their Dominion  currents of the world's public opinion. , for-3'ng ahead to that place which des-  No longer can Canadians bc content Z-W intended Canada to occupy, and  to allow the British foreign office and the hoPc of which was the inspiration  the British Parliament to settle all of the fathers of Confederation, and  Internationa! problems for us; wc thc dream of our earlier pioneers  must now study, understand, and take  an active part in the settlement of all  such  problems  ourselves.  Remove Those Unsi htly Wirts  By applying    Putnam's Corn    and  Undoubtedly one beneficial effect of' Wart    Extractor.      It    cures    corns,  An active brain must  have pure blood, not  poisoned with products  of indigestion���������or liver  and kidney laziness.  rbu-smt Sale off Any MecUcia* ia &��������� Wo-rid.  Sold xmrttlsm ia Caaiflfi. I*b**>Ec3>25c.,������$a.  Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,  Farm Lands Sell for Over $100 Acre  Farm lands near Morden, Manitoba,  sold for over one hundred dollars yesterday when the McCuish farm just  east of the town sold for $105 per  acre, the farm of Rove Henderson,  adjoining Morden: to the north, for  $110 per acre.  Witn juur fingers! You can lift off  any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between thc toes, and the hard skin  calluses from bottom of feet.  " A tiny bottle of "Freezone** costs  little at any drug store; apply a few  drops upon thc corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then shortly  you lift that bothersome corn or caMus  right off, root and all, without one bit  of pain or soreness. Truly! No humbug!  this   larger   in'err*? t  world  affairs   will   be  view  of our  people  in   thc  tion  of  cio!";n.*>uc   cu'.'siior*:-'  pa;  '.\'-  petty  arc  tics a  ���������L.   WC  p.'"-���������'���������'���������  . :t y ,  take,  p. t  *U*-| r-> ���������*��������� ������  y ir.-  r-  ������������������or;: ;  "���������<\  raid   virion  to  broaden  con.sic! era-  is. As time  ,- to become less  in our home poli-  ���������*...)-���������.-  JU.I  :;iiiy  ..f*v!  PP  in j warts and bunions permanently, pain  -jlc i lessly and surely.    Every druggist in  America recommends and sells Putnam's Extractor; it's thc best, 25c per  bottle.  ���������ssity O'  '  G'r.     |.*,rv U  r.;   the   .  ���������'I  ~<i\v.  ,\ f. .* i c  s,   an:  li'iili:*.  V.. Op!':  it, eci *  '[ircr.i;  c  i. the  r, .:*���������..",-  *.i-, of  , ii.v*/ ���������  Soldier Settlement Loans  Loans approved by the Soldier Settlement Board now total nearly -$57,-  000,000. and some 35,213 returned men  have passed thc necessary tests to  qualify them as agricultural settles.  Up lo February 14, thc number of  settler..' loans approved was 15,083,  and over 12,000 were established on  f.T-r,**-, and have got a good -."tart in  their  agricultural  career.  Spring Ploughing in British Columbia  Exceptionally favorable weather has  been e.-epcri-^nced for farming operations throughout February, say*-* a report from Hazelmcre, British Columbia, and the result is to be seen in  tht many newly ploughed stretches of  land, much of it virgin soil newly  cleared. There is every indication  that seeding will be accomplishid  much earlier all round than was possible last year in this neighborhood.  Easier For Her to  Dye Than to Buy  "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, Shabby  Apparel Into New  Don't worry about perfect results.  Use "Diamond Dyes,"* guaranteed to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to  any fabric, whether it be wool, silk,  listen,, cotton or mixed goods,���������  dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts,  children's coats, feathers, draperies,  coverings���������everything.  The Direction Book with each  package tells how to diamond dye  over any color.  To match any material, have dealei  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  JJ.-f&U!  ~J   Will  In the inter-eat of your skin,  insist. on Baby's Own Soap*  Cleansing-���������Healing���������Fragrant  "Bra/or batiu���������best for you."  Albon; Soaps Una tad, Mroi., Muntt-jai.  ~m  Greatest of All Cunning  The greatest of all cunning is to  seem blind to the snares which w������  know are laid for us; men are never  so-easily deceived as while they ar*  endeavoring to deceive others. ���������  Rochefoucauld.  Half the troubles we complain of  are troubles because we complain of  them.  *' tt i-yftt'/VftStwiMiSi  "Cold in the Head"  is nn acute attack of Na.inl Catarrh. Persons who arc subject to frequent "colds In  the head" wilt find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the  Systcm, cleanse the ltlood and render them  less liable to colds. Repeated , attacks of  Acute Catarrh  may   le.-id  to  Chronic  Ciuarrh.  MALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally nnd acts through the Ulood on  tlie   Mucottn   Surface*!   of   the   System,  All   Drujrffisla  75c.     Testimonials  free.  $100.00 lot* nnv case of catarrh that  HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE  wilt     not  i*!tlT  I.'.   J.   Cheney   Ft   Co.,   Toledo,   Ohio.  Minard-s Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  The first Chinese ever called for  jury duty wag included m thc panel  before a New York judge.  aon  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE_ ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  Labor Bureau Places 33,399 Persons  During 19W there had been 40,180  men and 4,668 women applied for positions through the government labor  bureaus in Albert:*.. Of llicsc, joba  were found for 30,018 men and 3,381  women. The. cost of operation wm  "M),879 or $.02 per applicant and $1.19  :S*^ He  ,--,���������---.--'  Tl  .C     LCr  if,  ****   *'* t'C**!  w  .iwiiMiiiitai'ffiiirtN  mce wan $fi().76, the  remainder being:  borne !>v the Dominion.  Nine hundred v.nd ninety-seven, cut-  Cuy, tools alone nrr, icrjnlred in msmu-  I * 'I r' t I ' I ������ Ir rr     r       T"*> r\ ti 0 - *.      mil* ������. *'���������*"������#.     tr.������.{������������������������������  drill It one of the- bus lent of theBo. To  ���������.r.ppiy l.OuO.UUO d(te������, v4,000,000 holci  aunt be drilled.  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Alway������ buy au uiibiokuu )>i*������jI������h**  pt "Dayoir Tuvblotn or Aspirin" wuZou ��������� aisoe ��������������������������� uxi-u-x  ~7l.~-~i ta ciily ono iL^5lr!n^*'*,������Ry������*'*'*--T-<������*������e mnn- nmy uMlay������������**  "'������������������ilrlr ta t.r-0 tre-ret* n*-rV <r������-***le������������������f#e1 11* CixtixAxs tst yUyar Wanafaoturet-. of WottlJU  ���������oftiicMMMfcetr of Oalloyllcanlel.    WML It %m w*U known ui*������t AW'J'J!\A[^\Kt ������*2aL  msimitxouirx. ta n-nlut the������ putilto *S*tn>H IroltftUftn*. then T-t.l������l6Ui oC KlftJ-aC 0������U������������������������i|l  .,.1-r.   rrriK ���������������>-��������������� I   )|-������,lnr  ut >��������� tr* w.   ( la ear   ������'iifcy ���������������(.'    (Jl.xli.m,  jaw.]/***  0tt--  ^trarUHdWI^-t/ltr-  r������r.t������l.     H.I  J40Uii0m-tm4!tlit4t.Vfimmi4 -^������r^������rrrfl-rH^rtr������*J������Wtt^-Wir������rr*fl-ri*^^  wBuie-i-M^iiiiii^^  M*lltttlilUMmwJi*imJX**>i&i^4itwMt.*>mym n-^w-rtrr������rr������r������'te*r*-ttW'������ll^^  Etwmwmamtmimt--'-'     ^.mm^������������������.������������������^.x���������.r~r,-~..-0-,0^xi0.i.^~-,���������mx.  ���������IWHIIWHIIrtTl  'iW������ll"llll������IW������llh������ii������iiriliiiliii  ���������m  mx  eirninMiiMHiNMner-'if--"���������-"--��������� ���������,-���������-,.-, -.- .-<������������������ .......<������������������������  ttimimmamiKttilimiWtimHIIItieSSi   *'*pffii'i'lfflif'*,?ffi^^  lmS0i^.!S~-~~-~~~i^^  ''"'MmWmmmjiiitxtmtimimmm REVIEW,     CBESTOK     &  If  p  *to*w  vice  JLZ  Brury Goverameiit to  Morce Prohibition  o-  Ottawa.���������If Canada decides to cooperate in the general naval needs of  thc empire it may be convenient to  possess a basis on which to build up  her fleet. The basis suggested under  these conditions is a fleet unit, which  it is considered that war experience  has shown, should comprise in the  case of Canada:  One battle cruiser, %*vo light cruisers, six destroyers, four submarines,  and two fleet mine -sweepers.  The naval force suggested as adequate, purely for the protection of  Canada's ports, comprised:  Three light cruisers, one flotilla  leader, twelve torpedo craft, eight  submarines, with one parent ship.  The above excerpts from the report of Viscount Jellicoe, admiral of  the fleet, ou his naval    mission    to  Cost ef New  Parliament BiuMin  Returns Tabled in House Show Considerable Sum Already  Expended  Ottawa.���������The new parliament buildings cost $6,954,116 to February 28  last, according to a return tabled in  Assures Temperance  Party  That Act* Will Be Made  affective  Toronto.���������-"It is our sincere desire  to make the Ontario Temperance Act  | effective, and to enforce it in such a  J way that there will be no reaction, for  we must not jeopardize the permanent  cause of temperance in thc provinces.  "Wc are as anxious as ..you to make  the act effectiyjg, .* and we will  move  to that end as swiftly as possible, but  with due deliberation."  Such was the assurance given by  Premier Drury to a deputation of  some 250 delegates from the Dominion alliance convention.  ., The Ontario branch of the alliance  in convention unanimously decided  that legal difficulties must be remov  VmXmm*^&iJ-m  A *������ A1^-mr*-%~99-~9TU^x~--mt  Assault on French  tommission  the house.   The contractors are to re  ceive eight per cent, on the total cost' cd before it will ask for a provincial  4,     dtx-m m*\J\f  ch was  tabled    in the  Commons by Hon. C. C  Minister    of  Naval Service, indicate  what this eminent authority on   naval  affairs   considers  are   Canada's naval  requirements if she is to play her part  in  empire affairs, and also if she is  to protect her own shores.    The report, which is not a lengthy one, after  mentioning the subjects on which advice  was   requested  by  the  Government of Canada, deals with the question of a Canadian navy under a number of specific heads.       It mentions  that naval assistance in the shape of  cruisers, destroyers  and other small  vessels  rendered  during  the  last   18  ���������months   of   the   war  by   the   Unifed  States  was  of great help in the institution  of thc  system  for protecting trade by convoy, and that without this    help    Great Britain    would  only have been able to* use convoys  to a sufficient extent to meet the submarine menace by abandoning some  of her overseas expeditions.  Four suggestions ranging from a  $25,000,000 fleet to one costing $5,-  ,000,000 are made by Admiral Jellicoe  in his report. Although he does not  ���������state specifically what would be best  of the fleets recommended for Canada  as given above, hc includes a table in  his report which shows the cost of  thc various vessels mentioned. He  placed thc barrel cruiser at four million pounds, or about $20,000,000, and  that of the light cruiser at approximately $2,500,000. He emphasises the  importance of air work in thc navy,  stating that any navy to bc "complete  must possess its proper complement  of aircraft.  of the building, dating from FeDruary  3, 1916, up to the amount of $4,000,-  000, and seven per cent, on the cost  in excess up to $1,000,000, it being  understood and agreed that they are  I not to receive any thing ir^ excess of  the cost of $5,000,000.  Architects receive five per cent, on  plebiscite.  Mane her reel like  Eight Men Drove Into Town Near  Potsdam and Were Attacked  By Inhabitants  Berlin.���������Eight men, said to-be members of a French aviation commission,  who drove into Wernitz, near Potsdam, in a motor car from Berlin, were  attacked by the inhabitants, who accused the men of poaching and summoned them to surrender. Four of  the men obeyed, but the others tried  to escape, one of them being wounded and later dying while being taken  to a doctor.   Two of the others later  Washington. ���������  Government  sent  When the British  a message to ths  TT      *.       Jl  United  C*.     . XT 1  oiaiea   i-������������-.v<ii  T*t!.-.������N^-r**:rv������AM-e*-'    \m.  xj vj/ai x.00vrx.0    -a.  tv w    ^ the total cost of the work of recon-  Ballantyne,  *      -***. " ,. ,  structmg   the   parliament   buddings,  this    commission    to    apply to    the  amount not exceeding $5,000,000.  Hope to Beat R-34  X.V   JLNCW  1X7j>*-****-.*-y*-**l jfmXXXrX /ft-p tfrATTI  Philadelphia that the United States  navy is to build the biggest and fastest dirigible in the world. This ship,  it is said, is to surpass in size and  power the R-34, the British dirigible  which flew from England to New  York and back last summer.  --           ; surrenacrea, ana xne lourtn man cs-  caped.    The  report  on  the incident  WHY^ MRS._MILES^WOOD^ RE- has beeu transmitted- to the Fr���������nch  CUWiiVlJUrJ-NU;--* U\JUU~* ~-x.X~J- , ,,   r~ . , . , .   ,  XrXUX  x-xx-xaq j              --    -���������      1-3. TO*-ft  .o ���������  'officer.  1917 saying Britain "appreciated1*  what the United States was doing to  keep down submarines, it was merely  a case of international politeness, Admiral Sims told the senate investigating committee.  "They were thanking us for sending  six destroyers," said the Admiral.  Delay by the . United States navy  in getting into the war in earnest  was again scored by. Admiral Sims,  who repeated his declaration that tho  failure of the United States navy to  co-operate fully with the allies during  the first six months after the United  States' declaration of war cost half  a million lives, fifteen milieu dali-ars,  two million five hundred thousand  tons of shipping; and prevented a vie-  ..       d~* -     1_ T..t.-       IffclO  :\jiy   yyci   vjcruicijiy   uy  juiy,  xvxo.  Condemns Attacks  Berlin.���������The German imperial government has issued a proclamation  signed by Premier Bauer, condemning  attacks on members of entente.missions. It declares iha.t the mlniste*  of defence will act with the greatest  severity in punishing excesses.  One Great Essentia1  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves  She had kidney troubles and her ieet  swelled, but Bhe states she found  the relief she looked for in Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  Arden, Ont., March 15.���������(Special.)  ���������"Dodd's Kidney Fills made me feei  like a new person." That is the statement of Mrs. Miles Wood, a well-  known and highly respected resident  of this place.  "I was troubled with my kidneys,"  Mrs. Wood continues, "and my feet  swelled. I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills  with the result that the swelling is  nearly all gone and I feel better in  every way.  "To any person who is bothered  with kidney trouble or with theix feet  and legs swelling I would say 'use  Dodd's Kidney Pills.'5*  The women of Canada have come  to look on Dodd's Kidney Pills as a  standard remedy for their kidney ills.  They act directly on the kidneys,  They are purely and simply a kidney  remedy. By putting the kidneys^ in  good condition to strain all the impurities, all the seeds of disease, oui  of the blood they carry good health  to every part of the body. Ask your  neighbors if Dodd's, Kidney* Pills' do  not help all kidney ills.  j-. - . _9_    d���������*.. - r  ���������uciriuciny ������   viuci  -js-ii:^   iseiiiiiaiy  JL i C*U������11������1������  School Is Closed  Berlin.���������The chief training school  for cadets at Grosslichterfelde, Prussia, through which most of the. officers  of the German army passed, was closed, in accordance with the terms of  the peace treaty.  There was an imposing military demonstration, attended by a number of  officers in gala uniform, including  Gen.  Ludendorff.  Field Marshal Von Hindenburg  telegraphed to thc cadets that the  services they had rendered the country would never be forgotten.  Egyptians Favor Freedom  Protest   Against   Suspension   of   the  Assembly and Denounce tlie  British Protectorate  London.���������Fifty-two members of the  Egyptian legislative assembly recently met at the house of Said Zagloul  Pasha, who headed thc Egyptian  mission to thc peace conference, and  adopted a resolution proclaiming thc  independence of Egypt and the Sudan, according to dispatches from  Cairo.  A resolution also.protested against  the suspension of thc assembly, and  denounced the Britich protcctarr.t".  Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy and happy as the day  is long, instead of being sick and  wretched. But how can any woman  be healthy and happy when the whole  nervous system is unstrung. ^ The  trouble is thcy pay more attention to  their social and household duties than  thcy do to their health. Is itany  wonder then that they become irritable and nervous, havc hot flushes,  faint and dizzy spells, smothering and  sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and everything in life becomes  dark and gloomy.  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  the very remedy that nervous, tired-  out, weary women need to restore  them to the blessincrs of good health. I  Mrs. P. H. Ryan, Sand Point, N.S.,  writes: "I havc been a great sufferer  from nerve troubles. I was so weak  and nervous I could not sleep at night  and my appetite was very poor.^ I  could not walk across thc floor without trembling. I had hot flushes and  fainting spells. When T was on my  second box of Millburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills I began to feel better and  kept on until I had used six boxes,  when I felt like a different person. 1  am never without them in thc housc  and recommend them to all who suffer  with Ihcir nerves."  Price  50c  a  box at  ail  dealers  or  ..._*1-.t ,*���������. x        ...        ��������� r.r.*lrxX       -. t      r\ ~, it m       %���������,.,  IlKllICU       ���������.11U.C1.       Oil        ,t.tr\rA\4l,       XJ.        f4 .  1 L. x.        Uj  The   T.   Milbii-n   Co..   "Uniitd,  Toronto, Ont.  The Amazon is estimated to be  nearly 700 feet' deep at a point 1,000  miles from the sea.  Paxis,-  Further Attacks  ���������Members of the allied military commission at Breslau were at-  tacked-by a mob, but were saved from  injury by intervention of the police.  The allied representatives were hooted and some' stones were thrown by  the crowd before it could be dispersed.  Capitalists Multiplied  Their Fortunes  While Working Man Gave His Mif������  to the State  London.���������There are some interesting   contrasts    presenting    economic  conditions available here.    Lord Col-  wyn, chairman of the income tax com*  mission, gave the Manchester chamber of commerce    three instances o-f  inflated war fortunes.    One man who  was worth one  million  in  1914 had  now multiplied it six time3.   Another  man who had three million had multiplied it five  or  six times.       Some  aliens who came .here during the war  had capital of about ������10,000.     They  got  hold  of  things  the  government  wanted, and their   capital   was   now  half a million pounds.      Sir William  Pearce, chairman  of tlie    committee  on  taxation  of war'wealth, told another gathering    of-ao<vorking    man  who presented the state with his entire war wages savings, amounting tc  90 pounds, in recognition of the sacrifices of his fellow countrymen.  3  GEE, I'M HAPPY  My Catarrh All Gone  Suffercrl Like a Boob for Years���������Got  Relief in Ten Mimtten  ���������T.Krtnrrhozono IMtl dure  That'-i the winy liundrrdu of the  boyn around town are miking aincn  Catarrhozone     got    Into    thc    drug  .i,-;.~.. Noth-r.~ 1:1 -?.r������h '>-- Cn-  tarrlioi'oitft to really cure Catarrh,  Cold a or  Bronchi tin.  "Catari'l-.o/'Vie"���������it xr.n't n drug ���������  it's :i i*!..:lin,.; '. .���������.por full oj pine; c������-  situc-:-.     ..uu     j.<x.-i  ���������.pre:'') ;    .������  weak ������������������"������������������I  M'Ol   tb,,'  illation i'i  in.*-iA.',.'j'i'i.i  tiyinpte'i;'. ���������*  ih.- - ���������".*,---, th-it r.rs  <".���������>'!' ''V*n ii in g. Every  ��������� ������������������������������������'���������.-���������ted io healed���������1r-  phlegm mid  ...   S     _11  Wonders of Wireless  New Receiving Device Enabled People in Streetr. to Henr Discussion In Airplane  New York.���������Conversation by wireless telephone between passengeru m  n navy biplane nnd a motor truck uta-  tioncd at Uroaclway and *������2i*u olivet,  during an exhibition over the city,  was heard ny per.sous utauuing inir-uuiid  the truck at a distance of ten to fifteen feet. Hearing the voices from  the occupantc of the cr.r -attached to \  the gas-bag wan poiiBiolc, It -wmu e-jt-j)  plained, through a recently ���������ik-vie-rd  recr-'v'n-a; mpparnluf.  smm jm -ia*. m linrm'm .ifl-v j** jflosujn a kl ~m  LIFE   ESTABLISHED  NEW" LANDMARKS in 191*9  New niileston.cn in tbe progress of the Sun Lipe Assurance Company  ���������ov Canada were passed in -gig.  Applications ���������recelv-cd!  S. ....������....,,,... .-over $100,000,000.00  Assets  .   . .over $100,000,000.00  Assurances itn force....  ......'. over $400,000,000.00  Gratifying progresy was rnnck in all other departments during the year.,  ^SYNOPSIS OF RESULTS FOR  1919:  Assets aa at 31st December, 1919        ,$103,711,468.27  Incre-we over 1918 * ,  v. -. ��������� ��������� ��������� B.OOl.OflO.-U  Cash Income from Premiums, Interest, Rents, etc., in 1919.     29,704,201.10  Incieane ovcr 1<">18   . ��������� ��������� -.,,... ���������. 4,053.101.41  Profits Paid or Allotted to Policyholders in 1919 ,      1,60^,503.37  Total Surplus 31st December, 1919, ovcr all liabilitic-i and capital       8,037,440.25  (According to the Companv'ii >StaiKlnr0,vi/.,f or niiHurune^on, thc OW. (5) Tabic, -with 3}*S and 3 per  cent into out, and for annul tlca, thc D.O. Select Annuity Tables with 3J4 per cent Intercut.)  Death Claims, Matured Endowments, Profits, etc., during 1919. ,,.,,    13,364,651.10  Payments to Policyholders since organization.        91,227,532,30  Assurances issued and paid for in cash during 1919 ,..,,,..,. ,   86,548,849.44  Ir.-r-'.-.-cv-r join  34,1)57.437.40  Life Assurances in force 31st December, 1919   ..  ���������ai6,3SH,462.u������  Ii-cre-asc over .91- '. ,...������������������ 73.3*8l������W.'pa  Life Assurances applied for during 1919 100,336.848.37  ifi*.crc;\uc ovcr ifllB ....���������.,/ ,,,,,, t ��������� n ,.., -4X32*9.881.70  THE COMPANY'S GROWTH  VltA-ft  1872   it  IBM  i-Ql',',  914,  nv..  >*������**II������**-I������4**������t*l  U-TCCUK  AeSXTS  ft     48,310.03  a7a.379.tts  1.S73.^vA.<\0  41sAi.9J-a.iy  ���������15,032.273.24  3 IV .704.'id.IC-  ft     <*������6,4M .93  836.807.24  4.A16.419-63  }������.(���������:> i. i-oO.V4  64.187.436.3IJ  iej.711.4te.27  iX-Mxxaxjsu  AMC*U IN VOUCH  tl.0CA.3S0l  ���������6.8*4.404.6-1  #1.328,3697 <  ���������*r>^.J4rJ  reiO.-V^  ���������ttlA.2-99.83S05  416,358.4<>3.09  Tit rfit/Jv* LJFJ- Junes non* ordinary ~i<ut-'u-t* amunlly than any riAtr l\-mji~ny t>j'tht SritUh Emflr.,  ��������� ioi:���������������;.��������� i :.way,   1      ..  V  >i e-old and Catarrh ere  cured. Notir.ii*,.*; -io quick, xo t������ui'������, i.0  pSc.ui.eiil um C.'������t.iu*!io������.':;:c. !>.c-r;tr������  of (lantfn'OUH    substiiMt-o    meant    to  .I.....I .,-..,     .r.~        .���������*���������*���������������, ,. >*, r>������        ���������   nlnrt-nr--,.  All  dcalcro  ������������������"���������ll  Catarrhoxone,  i-i-O    i.'0>Uit������    'LCmxAit*   --*xr..A   UX--  Wmirihln-vt'O-n. ��������� Th* nllled tytrtr-tm  "���������nt**)**!    *AVi   V**'.4i\-94*   -tits   tus*i,it~.    IohiidI  from   the United  Stato  government, I  ������������������-������ ���������������       ��������� .-.I      '  mu  1871  MiLL      JU1 mJ1TriK~-0t i-lt*xxj,t0l     ������    ������T.L~AA\lm  TT��������� B, MACADLAY, BPr-ealdei.t  I 02,0  gone.  |)/ic������   ijtl.CO;  ubc 2Z-.  ���������h    laslr  Vl'.'O  .      .     *.  Lrxx *.l^i . x  rr*  tI.Wrr.Kl  N.       IT.  1.107  t.er'iW'C  thii'M.'Sx:  vxX*rX4���������tkrVHTm  ������*ff"^,r*e*'>CT'fp'fl|Wi'*f  .7lLL4^~-*0r'\4t VW Nv V������*  ^iMm^Lm^^i^  ���������if^t*"l* *���������'"*���������  *>v>y'  r^ iitii-.  >t' >������'  n-ncz  ���������~J:������lM:r:-������uSmt -**H.^\r^'!*r~'-M*'1>t-*iin<0<  neM-^*������i*HfiirW^  tmvmmaa  niiiiiitmi  IHUMWI  i"mnT*!mWW*  ****"* ^������'*������������*j:**^������*^^ THE CRESTON BEVIEW  nwi**" ".""1  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  $.ibsct-iption : 82 a year in advance.  S2-*>0 to U.S. points.  (J. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, APR.   2  -SoMsrs' ~WeBsa*WB*i-jj.B  it is decided that the memorial  might better take the form of the  hospital or other building monies  should be returned those who  have paid up so that they may recontribute on a scale in due proportion both to their means, as  well as the increased cost that is  inevitable if either a library, hospital or other building is ultimately decided upon.  Something akin to the inspiration that prompted the saying that  '''Satan finds work for idle hands  to do" would doubtless create a  similar maxim to the effect that  necessity will find tasks for idle  public money to accomplish. And  as locally demonstrating that  there is some truth to the latter  observation one has only to recall  the uses that have, within the past  two months, been found for the  $1200 or $1500 that was last year  guaranteed for a soldiers' memorial but whieh, owing to unfor-  seeri circumstances, has not yet  been put to work.  The two latest suggestions that  have been put forward are to use  the money either for a public library building or in part payment  for a cottage hospital to be erected at Creston. As a paid-up contributor to the memorial fund,  and having exercised our vote and  influence about a year ago in favor of a building, "naturally The  Review is heartily in favor of using the money in some direction  that will benefit the living as well  as paying fitting tribute to the  fallen.  M&ain ihe Hospttai  For a time it looked as if Major  ���������n tr      ii  JDUt  ^y*������+T>-������-iC<-<riCt-VV������       rn       "h"h "1Q  ca������*Lixw.ioiciiJj-������^.    -Ill    Llllfe  spect does not cause us to overlook the fact that on the memorial vote the standing was at least  three to one ��������� both numerically  and in point of money subscribed  ���������in favor of a monument, and we  doubt very much if the subject  were re-opened that the decision  in favor of a tombstone would be  reversed; there is little or no upkeep charge to a granite monument, but with a building running expense is a hardy annual  that must be reckoned with.  Now that the flu ban has been  iiited and people are feeling in  the humor to discuss public matters a meeting of the guarantors  of the memorial fund should be  held to decide what action shall  be taken. If a monument is still  wanted it should be proceeded  with on the best possible site.   If  Maiianciame s    exceuent    suggestion regarding Creston's need in  the hospital line was doomed to \  be   "born  to   blush  unseen   and  waste its sweetness on the Valley  air,"  but word  comes  that the  matter is not to be  allowed to  drop.    At the Women's Institute  meeting  on  Thursday  the ladies  very   thoroughly    discussed   the  matter and decided to vigorously  co-operate in any move that is  made to  establish   an   an   institution in our midst, and they are  calling on the board   of  trade  to  take   the   preliminary   steps   to  launch the project. .-  ���������������  With the hospital scheme we  believe most all are in full sympathy and it is hoped now that it  has been brought to the public at-;  tention that it will be given the  very serious and practical jprelim-  iilary'consideration it merits. And  first and foremost is the detail of  where is the money coming from  ���������not only to build but also to  maintain such an institution in a  community where patronage is  bound to be limited for the first  year of two of its existence.  At the price of materials and  labor today we believe we are  well within the mark in saying  that even the modest little hospital that some favor starting with  could not be built and furnished  complete ready for business under $6000. There will possibly be  a government grant that will take  care of a third of this. With the  hospital opened it will be needful to have at least a competent  nurse in charge with such other  help as hospitals require, along  with fuel, light, water, medical  and surgical supplies, and the essentials to stock the hospital  larder.  $3000 per annum will not be  too high an estimate for all running expenses, toward which the  government  may  contribute   an-  SAVE AND PREPARE  Success generally comes to those who go looking for it, and the man with a substantia!  Savings Account is always in a position to  grasp good opportunities for investment or  advancement.  Save! Open an account with this Sank at  once.    Interest paid at current rate. iott  IMPERIAL BANK  OF  CANADA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  mriiMiTiiriirgrrrr"  mmmmmvinmmimiacm  **^'iUk    Am    ~%t- ~~tim 4m~*~m   tNx. 7740   04^./^  -uint* mm -uuifCS  along with "Fire Repairing material have advanced but vve will sell  for   March   at  old   prices.  ��������� >     i    iii  If  ynil   IWIVI" an  ������������������������������������I   lire;   wiui ,t   iiiui    i*i'>v������   <nit,  i^lZi. awc   01  our  I Nii*f'ii|>iii<k,   lilou Out,  1 ioi its;   it, will  hold the  lili- of tin- t in*.  i;.o.\o in v������/i;;.\ < a;; ;.>>; ax (zzi:i:\\m:\.  wi- Iimvc th*'  I'-fiMirs :\i\<\ will jjua rn nl oo  onr vvork-  !-,'!H*-!iif i  1     II'   VOt     \V.\\!   A   MlKDiinu  limn   ii'ioiv   i-iirly iImii I  3 CIISS   US   ll'  ���������At:   Cliwi'ii       I'l'j-A    wlli'i'.  I?    -    ItKVW    VI ;ms. ������."T.  :���������< v:,-*.*,'&i<~i>\^MiWrW,  Do not forget  <s-  Income Tax Return  on or before the 30th of April, 1920.  Dominion of Canada  _     -  e   -B t  ���������j-*-**.     fy,.txx-4X-- ca      tivsYfi ���������=  *������A        T~A0dXM.0~.0J.0iXf        mr~���������  ���������rvn*  Department of Finance  il, LtLn  persons resicsmg  ~~~     pioyed  in Canada,  or carrying  business in Canada,  are liable to a tax  on income, as follows:���������  1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,000 or more. f  2. All other individuals who during the-  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  more.  3. Every corporation and joint stock company  whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended in 1919.  Forms to be used in nlin������  ~ ~ returns on or before  the 30th of April, 1920.  s ALL SNDSVSDUALS other than  farmers and ranchers must use  Form T 1-  FAHIVIERS AND RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATIONS and joint  stock companies must use Form  T 2.  f    ���������������������������  Penalty  Every person required to make a return, who  fails to do so wfthln the time limit, shall be  aubject to a penalty of Twenty-five per centum  of the amount of the tax payable.  Any person, whether taxable, or otherwise,  who fails to make a return or provide Information duly required accordI*a������ to the provision ot  the Act, shall be liable on summary conviction  to. a penalty of Si������0 for each day during  which the default continues. Also any person  making a false statement In any return or in  any Information required by the Minister, shall  be liab'e. or. summary conviction, to a penalty  not exceeding $10,000, or to six months'imprisonment or to both tine and imprisonment.  general instrucxioiis.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or  Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from  Postmasters.  Read carefully ail instructions on  Form before filling it in.  Prepay postage 6n letters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspectors of  Taxation.  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  Address INSPECTOR OF TAXATION,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  BI  I  R. W. BREADNER,  Commissioner of Taxation.  other 30 per cent. In other words  for the first year Creston will require a matter of say $5000 of  local money to handle its hospital  ���������less whatever fees are collected.  This is the way we figure it out  roughtly. Whether your estimate  is higher or lower, the all important question is can we raise the  money, and keep on raising a  couple of thousand each year to  keep the institution operating in  proper working order.  Between now and the possible  formal introduction of the project let us not allow the sentimental or humanitarian aspects of  the matter entirely obscure the  equally essential and more difficult financial side of this question. Creston undoubtedly needs  the hospital, and if all; gave toward it in due proportion as the  Lord has prospered them, it  would not ���������be difficult to erect,  equip and maintain such an institution in worthy manner. But,  can we get the money���������iu the ah-  sense of the lack of control of public affairs that exists in thc Valley at present.  We are now in a position to fill  orders for Fresh Lime and  Ground Sulphur.  irowers  LIMITED  Tlio Rank of Hamilton, which closed up ahop ut Ponticton t-tliovMy aitor  tho war hroko out, but whichjreopon-  od Hh branch iiKuiu about two wuuUh  ago, is* now preparing to build a mo-lorn bank buildlnj; oE its own in that  town.  Seasonably Suggested  I'liic Miiii-uis Wlii'iit. for unit*, ('rado  No. I Noit,lii-rii.  I mn in u  position   to  mmply i-very  man, -.voiimn Mint child in  tin- < VchIoii  ���������' ���������>' .n. *���������...:���������. :.���������'.. tr..v.*,' !?;*,-**i*hM**!  I'll on.     Win ii incut, potiiloos and Iml-  (e*|- nie- ie iiiri- there ih I'eul   Hit tiafm'.t ieill  that    tbeTi'   is  in   Royal  -tine* fooel limn.  '!'     " '    ���������    ���������������������������* *   -r.rrl        '-Hi.-*,  tie.uMc.', with'I'. ,\|, t-'|li\1<>Ni>HiVN.  BANKING SERVICE  This Bank is more than merely a safe  place in which to deposit money; it is an  insLiLutioii wliocc purpose and policy is to  assist in the wise direction of the financial  and business interests of its customers.  Those who make full use of the exceptional facilities provided by this Bank extend  the range of their business possibilities. 7<nx  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ������������������������<. ��������� ���������*--% ������ srt d~. tt rslf * ������  *-\  15 000 000  KfchllikVE FUND - - $!5*.QOO!o65  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Ucnnctt, Manager.  iu  m^mMam-m~~-i-mm^M.  [^���������Z&xuoi^^  idm-nXf^atUmmiitL tf *Wa*A-iii!je*rfiH������, msvmitit-iLm  - ���������������^''***?i������*pw--l-������-*----^^ t  ���������,*-^-**r.*tf i������-<SH)^^ alAAWmiA  m  P- -Vt*^������V> ��������� *1efV'J-������������ *|*-p������ t  m : V  THE  CRESTCK BE VIEW  I  1(>DAY TEA SPECIAL  We offer you  Broken Orange Pekoe Tea  put up iu TEN-POUND BOXES at  *ip\~9~~-~9~9  U'-U'^.  Easter Dinner  will be enjoyed if you  purchase pure foods, table  delicacies and GOOD  GROCERIES here. We  carry an assortment of  the best.  In thanking you for  past courtesies shown us  we wish you a joyous  Easter, and solicit a continuance of your patron-  '������������������'ft'-���������  A  ���������azr^  i  CTi  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  This week's arrival of  * ^  y*t~ssg/rr ^&f ^mtf **&5S.^y  include a large shipment of  English    Ginghams    in     Plain  * Grounds, Checks,   Stripes, &c.  Nurse  Cloth,   Galateas,    Muslins  Lawns,  Voiles,   Crepes  Shirtings,    Madapolans  -   Cambrics, Long Cloths  These goods have been placed in stock and  marked at prices that are hard to duplicate.  All above goods are true dyes, and are guaranteed fast in color.  Creston Mmmfti  LIMITED  If you are needing  ink or \  Mm B^ram  MJl-O-* VV  m* */%  MO-  *%"H ysxr-t* 4f%  UmlXiiitU-dl  We  have   iu������t   unloaded  a  oi  these at Creston  car  w  8  iidiiyuii  Cifv  iiiiiuer Company  Llllll  LIMITED  WrWr������1lliW'*reli^fTirrir**-niii',ftf'-u-*-*'--***ri''''' "'-"* ""'  Mary Maclearen has a role which  gives her the opportunity  of   being  really Mary.    In the TJnpainted Lady,  which shows at the Peekin on Saturday-night.    As Gudrun Trygayson she  portrays a wholesome, normal, healthy  girl���������with   brains���������and    the    typical  Canadian woman's resourcefulness to  take care of herself under the most  difficult circumstances.   She knows no  class barriers���������to her folks are   just  folks.      She has come from the wheat  fields of the middle west to a small  to-jvn.   To her this is a "city of adyentitle."      Hpr fairy'prince comes in the  guise of the scion of one of the best  families of Mullinsdale,/but happiness  does not come with him.   Death intervenes and she is faced with a woman's  responsibilities���������tlie future of herself  ana child.    How ..she returns to  the  wheatlands  and *as a farmerette suc-  ceede in  n-akingvMother Earth take  care of her and   her boy is a refresh-  ingly different story.  At Fernie the telephone company  has orders for 41 new telephone hut  at present can only promise to instau  a dozen of them.  Cranbrook council will huy a one-  ton Ford truck-for various city duties  this year.  Strawberry Plants  Easter Monday  ������������������A Gun Fightin' Gentleman," which  shows at the. Peekin, Monday night  April 5th, with  Harry Carey in  the  leading role, is a six-reel  screen story  of a cattle rancher, who in addition to  being systematically cheated  by  the  packing firm  that buys his cattle, in.  due course loses possession of his holdings to John Merritt, the  head of the  concern.    Merritt, in his efforts to get  Harry out of the way fails to dispose  of him  by haying one of his minions  push  Harry over a cliff.    The scene  shifts from" country to city where he  endeayors to settle with Merritt, and  in this feature of the picture Merritt's  daughter, an English earl, Harry and  Merritt figure  in  numerous exciting  episodes,   including    a    pre-arranged  hold-up of the  girl in which  the earl  is to act the part of the gallant rescuer to the discomfiture and elimination i  Within the past five years almost  1500 children have been vaccinated at  Fernie as a preventative measure  against smallpox. ^ McKim's Special Everbearing plant-  *R    "Hewat    who  has  heen  govern- ed in April or early May will fruit in  mSt^S ai: Ferratef the past five |fcom eight to ten weeks^and contmue  years,  has  just heen notified  of his  transfer to Kaslo.  Cranbrook  war  brides  are  to   he  guests at an at home and dance unuer  Women's   Institute  auspices   m   mat  city on,April 15th.  Codling moth is so bad in the Vernon district that it is likely a section  of the orchards there will he quarantined this season.  Cranbrook citizens have the distinction of being the best taxed lot of  people in the province this year. For  1920 the rate is 50 mills.  Kaslo's  liveliest   St.  Patrick's  Day  celebration   was   at. the   Oddfellows  Lodge,   where   seven   candidates   received the initiatory degree.  The bees in the Slocan were the  busiest in all the province last year,  according to official report. They  averaged 125 pounds of honey per  hive.  to ripen the most delicious of all  Strawberries until hard frosts in the  late fall.  These berries were served to M.K.H.  the Prince of Wales at Calgary, and  were highly commended by hirn for  their excellent flay or. '  25 plants, prepaid, *j������2.0G.  100 plants       " $6.00.  100     "   by express -������25.00  W. J. McKIM, Nelson, B.C.  WAT BR /VOT/CE  DIVERSION AND USE  The Review seems rather proud of  the fact that Revelstoke cricket club  is twenty years old. Chess and  checkers are other favorite forms of  amusement in that town still.  At Trail the council is asking the  citizens to vote ?85,000 which will be  "sed to erect a new city hall, which  will have commodious apartments for  the fire fighting equipment as-well..  Take  notice   that   C.    D., Ogilvie,  whose address is Wynndel, B.C., will  apply ior a license to take and use 75  gallons per minute of water out of a  spring to be known as Deer Spring,  located about 1500 feet from the N.W.  corner of  Block 18,  Lot 279,   Cory's  Subdivision, in  a northerly direction  up on  the side of Duck Creek Mountain.   The water will be diverted from  the spring in  wooden or iron pipes  along the boundary line of Blocks 27  and 20 and Blocks^ 26 and 19 to the  northwest corner of Bioek 38, Lot 279,  Cory's Subdivision, and will be used  for irrigation and domestic purposes  T-.1 .  _1_       IO      T   -v4-     (SltS      t~*rx~.~.'r*    O���������UJJ..*  OU       -DiOUK       IO)   JXJLJV     rnltU,    XrlVJXtl    XI    XJLXXJLAXV f  sion.    This notice was posted on the  ground on  the 29th day of Febr!���������������=-'?  JO.    Ovjj������j  thi  inrl  Because of the recent pouee eo^=  of Harrv     As th������? nkv turns   how- i missioners order that candy may not  ot Harry.   As the play turns,  now- except  for  consumption  on  ey-er, Harry is the rescuing hero, and   ^e  store  premises, the  druggists   at  after a series of thrilling incidents fin-   ^������  f^*^,-?*^1      *- nn  the Sabbath  iiily ������������i  rflK-J, k-CCJ    XjXJ.-,    -������, -  _1_      ��������� ��������� _        _*  ���������f**il    -nrofo Viia *���������-*������������������������-r\*r^(faT*hv  -m. X.     ������)���������������-   1''-������     -M ���������������W      ������.". ���������*-.������--Li m   Ujt  Fernie will not open on the Sabbath  UitCtS.,   CDC,   -CUC,   ClU,  in future.  Wednesday Night  What would you do, if after a night  at tho cabarets you discovered a big  bear in your bath room and it dawned  upon you that you had bought the  animal for a "pet." This may happen  to you���������this is the age of surprises���������  so you are advised to see "Jack Spur-  lock-r-Prodigal" at Peekin Theatre,  Wednesday, April 7th, whpre George  Walsh the William Fox star, as young  Spur-lock, solves the -problem of disposing of the 400-pound Alaska bruin.  Mr, Bear makes it interesting for the  Harvard Faculty and his young owner  before he is gotten rid of.  "Jack    Spurlock���������Prodigal" is    the  story of a young Harvard student's  experience   beginning   after   he   had  beer,  dropped from Harvard because  J  of   his escapade  with  the bear.    He   |  was a self-reliant chap ami when his  millionaire    father    placed    him    in  charge of his  business he sought to  make a good stroke by buying a few  hundred carloads of onions rait knowing that his daddy had already bought  500 cars.    It works out. all right, but  before   the   film    story   is    unfolded  young Spurlock "has many funny and  thrilling experiences.  The News states that the quick  thaw coming before the frost was out  of' the ground about the middle of  March gave some parts of the Okanagan the worst roads the country has  ever known.  application pursuant thereto and to  the Water Act. 1914, will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson. Ohjections to the application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller" of  "Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.. within fifty days after  the first appearance of this "notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  appeai-ance of this notice is March 12,  1920. CD. OGILVIE, Applicant.  *-  ������|!!0psgs  The Cranbrook Courier advocated  taxing the bachelors of East Kootenay at least $5 a year. If single blessedness is the good thing these fellows  seem to believe it is they get off cheap  at a five spot.  NEWS OF KQOTENAYS  Just receivecha consignment of  Pickled Herring  Finnan Haddie  Salt Cod  Cabbage  Celery  Just the things for  spring eating.  a  Cranbrook Baptists subscribed $480  toward the Forward Movement���������$120  of it in  cash.  The Curlew creamery is now offering Boundary ranchers 70 cents pound  for butter fat.  Now the rink has closed the moving picture theatre is resuming weekly shows at Kaslo.  i    At Vernon  a man  and  team  now  costs the man who hires the outfit a  matter of $10 a day.  The Fernie Free Press believes  there is still seven feet of frost in  the ground at F-ernie.  J. H. McQuaid, of Sydney, C.B., is  the new maniiger of the Bank of Commerce at Cranbrook,  The News claims that at least ono  parcel of residential property is sold  daily in Vernon thoso times.  The now six room high school at  Grand Forks will ho build of cement  blocks, supplied by local fh-ma.  Trail will shortly be looking for a  new English Church rector. Rev. R.  II. Ragg is moving to Chilliwack in  Juno.  Rev.  J.  II.   Strawbrldgo  has  boon  secured  as  pualui   of Pernio  Baptist  church.    He has boon at Nuluon for u  while.  CrnnhYOolr "Intel flvo ouroh nf mrnnll-  pox in tho Isolation ward of tho hospital last week. It Is of a mild typo,  howovor.  Vornon'o tax rato is 37 mills this  year, a raiHO oi lluou uiillH duo to  having to provldo increunod nchool  rovonucH.  Butterfield's  Wynndel * e?������C<  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  *.:.-n.  .%*:ZZ*%kfe  ���������'llPn  PZ-P-rTp^.  '���������faSWHoi  ''���������^ZiZ'Zpp  SS  - '���������'���������';l:-'V-  Fornio roporl.ii uuito a brink  mov*>  illOllt.    ill     1'CiU    t;;rt..*.tu     iiUU     ll.nr.li        ���������*���������  worth   while  limine   fo   ho   ronl-nd   nt.  any  price.  Tho   Kootonalan  clalmn   that,    tho  fi-einlHy of hnn-z-n (imnii AlhnH.it. -Innlnni  aro  iihipping  llioir  Kiuuo  ciienui     i..  very   poor-���������"������������������tuff.  'I'lii)    iinutlU'-Niiblii    tl iii)*.   Limn    .ii.  Cranhroolc   lu  lining   couiildornbly  nu-  1 . ..     *������ ri-r\,���������     ,������,,..,     ,,   1,11)1,..,     ���������,l|l     ������,..     <,-.-  (-hmlvnly   for   Um   Ic.o   cream   parlor  This io tho first question that presents itself  to the hmiHowifo if an  unexpected visitor diopn  in feu- ii meal. But why  worry 5*  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  ���������  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna- &c.  l     ���������      ���������        e,        1.,.      t-,.,,1  ��������� ir, -' I  ��������� *  ��������� ��������� ,'   ' '  '  here, hi ineat,n nothing  quito iMiii.il'. ���������Hhaim-**--k'  products.  Minimum _price   of   first-class Jand  r������UUC*-u  tu  ������-"> <tizi i*.ore,   ac-cOriu-da^o  tO  92.60 an acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined   to  surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural.purposes  t^nd vhich is non-timber land."  ; Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but patties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence,, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims. fe  i - Pre-emptors must occupy, claims for  .-five years and make improvements to  value of ������10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  "Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less- than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-heaith, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  ��������� Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes~1mprovements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year.* Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of ���������flO.OO per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, m,  Pre-emptor   holding   Crown    grant  may rcOOiel another pi'-e-eiiipiiuii.  if ho  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding G-10 acres may bo  leased by ono person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  limber iund not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by exiating roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  -Mr ACT"  The ce-one of this Act is enlarged to  Include Ail persons joining und serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho  time within which tho holrn or devinccH  of a deceased prc-emntor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from tor ono year irom tho ueiitn of  such person, an formerly, until ono  your nttor tbe conclusion of tho prevent  war. Thli* privilege ii* nlno made* retroactive. ���������*)*)  No foes rclntlng to pre-emptlonn undue or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 2C, 1018.  Taxes  lire  remitted  for Hvo years.  Provision (or return of moneyii accrued, due and boon paid since August  ���������J, 191-1. on account of payments, fees  or tasc*������ oii Mjiiiivru' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchaso  town or city Una held by members of  Allied Korccs, or dependents, acquired  direct  or   indirect,   remitted  from  en-  li���������t.Ii;Lllt    xL,   **"    * j*4-   it     vr.nr,  SUD.PURCHASERS OF CROWN  ^ LANDS.  Provision made for issuance of  Crown grants to uub-purchn-'ic-js of  Crown   L.a>idn,   acQUlrlng   rights   from  pUI eii.i.ii 1 .>    ���������*.-. iiu    l.i.li.ii      iu      cuiitpluLo  purchr.*.'*-, Involving forfeiture, on fi.il-  llllmcnt of condition!- of purchase. In-  tei.r������Mil und tuxeii. Wlie-ro nub-purcl-an-  ������*rn do not claim whole- of original parcel, purchase price due- and taxes may  P.  ���������.'.'.CI  .Vf  ' t!'Mi cry   i!'1 j''if !.*:*)"'it'  mm   U   Krii hi'i-im (ak  Q  SflBLP EftB ^V  ...It,  ���������P^    W^   w^m    WI   ~\m**M-t-r  a   t-i\    titt  Vi)   -XJUn-*   tuiUi  Applications  1.       Ur-i.).  must   b>������  wholo   area.  UtAA~ by   .^;;  GRAZING.  Orosin'*;   Act,   nun,   for     systematic  development of llveste.ric liuleistrv |iro-  Vldcs   feir   frnr.tiu;   eli:'tf!e*l:    ;i:.tl   raiiKi*.  ATitili'.el   i:r:������vlTi|r   iK-rnilrv   1 - r -'������].-���������"!    h:).,*<���������"'!  on riuiidx-i'.-i I'.nigt-e]. jirle.rliy for *::.tal<-  LlviAlyt���������       tr..i.y,.i. . . tt,, ,, - 11 \x ,,yl ;r       Ju.e.',  form As.-ioclatiorui  fen*  r.*iiii<e-  manage--  ir.ent.    Fr.*<*. <������r j,:*.rt !u!!** free,  ���������una:'.:.  I. tl     (,r.*,lrvr.i,     -....1.4,^..,    ,r|      , . .. t .,,.  , ;,.      up  to  ton   IllStiel. ( jjjjjii^jjju^mfatJB^JS  J?Pr  *-H~-    REVTRW.    CTrr*:s*TOW.    B.    *���������&  Sickly Women  Given Strength  Vigor, Spirits  Many of the woes of womanhooa  are due to kidney weakness.  At first the back aches.  Then pains gather around the hips  and lodge  right in the small of the  toack. . .,,  To stoop or bend seems impossible.  Headaches are constant.  Unhappy existence. No pleasure  in life when the body is overloaded  with poisons that the sick kidneys  can't filter out.  Bright's disease is the next stage,  but it can be prevented hy using Dr.  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut. They cure sick kidneys  and cure "them permanently.       -**���������"  When the kidneys work properly  pure blood is formed.  This means nourishment and  strength for the whole body.  Backaches and dragging pains are  forgotten.. Irregularities disappear,  vital energy is restored, and happy,  robust health is once more established.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills for women's  ills is the slogan of thousands today.  Enormous benefit in many ways follows thcir use, and no woman or girl  can use medicine thai will do their  general ncaii.ii more goou.  For the sake of your kidneys, for  the sake of your liver, for the advancement of your general well-being,  vou can't improve on Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, 25c per box.  (  r  if  s  "ll  Gwsi Shoes  ��������� BT-   ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  errangement with Thos. Allen,  Toronto.  Chat old Bore or skin disease of  Vffdyvvmm      -ttmr^Jtlmr.       0...X      rtrmrxlmx. *t*\9~      Strt.  jvyio    trt Tjexs.is    vue,   ������*r'*--,e*lAi *        iiD    u-v-  cause tlie remedies you have us*ss  using do not get to the root of the  disease, but remain on the surface.  Try Zam-Buk! It penetrates to the  underlying tissues, destroys all  germs and cures from the "root"'  tip. Hence Zam-Buk cures ar������  ���������*-=*L*!~!*    All dealers, 50c. box.  tired banker of that name, originally  of-St. Petersburg. The Von Hertz-  felds were orthodox Jews, enormously rich and highly respected. Yakub,  Koxana's suitor, was thirty years of  age and a man of great charm and  intelligence. He had been presented  by an attache of the British Embassy.  "Of course," said Miss Challand,  "she would have to embrace his religion. JL������o you think Hamid Pasha  would have objected?"  "No," Ruggles answered. "AH that  Hamid Pasha objected to was an all-  round infidel. What docs Roxana  think about it?"  "Nothing has been said to Roxan;.,"  Miss Challand answered. "She is a  very odd girl, Mr. Ruggles. If *t  weren't for the clever things she  sometimes says, one might almost  think her dull. The others are tremendously interested in their new  lives, and as merry as schoolgirls on  a lark. But Roxana goes sometimes  the whole day without speaking s.  word. Yet she seems happy,-and is  always extremely agreeable. She must  see that Baron von Hertzfeld admires  her trcrrfendously, and she is always  very nice to him, but then she is nice  to everybody. It is a constant source  of wonder to me to see how quickly  these girls have adapted themselves  to our customs. One would think  that they were convent-bred."  "I guess Hamid Pasha had something of this sort planned for them  for a long time," Ruggles answered,  and sort of trained them for it. Now,  about    Koxana.      Maybe    I'd^   better | Ruggles felt her breath on his cheek  dreams, cannot apply personally the  realization of such dreams. Such people knock repeatedly at the door of  Romance, and then, when Romance  comes, she comes in sober black with  an umbrella and galoshes to enter  their lives under the name of Smith  or Brown.  Had Ruggles in his ramblings a-  wheel possessed the imagination to  have conceived such events as had  happened him during the last few  months, the romance of the fantasy  would have dazzled him. But because  they had actually occurred, poor Romance got no credit for them. The  God of Things as They Are has scant  time to \vaste on his impractical  though charming brother, the God of  Things as They Might Be.  (To Bc Continued.)  Old Norse is still represented with  wonderful purity by the modern Icelandic language.  elusive, suggesting cinnamon and ste-  phanotis, and which seemed to come  from her hair.  They followed a little path and  came presently to a wicker bench under a flowering catalpa, of which the  snowy blossoms shone white against  the dark, lustrous foliage.  "Let's sit down here," said Rug-  'I ivant to talk to vou.  Rox-  ii  cr1f.xx  o- - ���������*-*  ana.'  Sh  I  am  listening,  Ruggles   Effendi.'  ft     LXfttLtfA      l-J  ana  -l.*.-a * o o     v-������ iia-iiuiiu    aoiv-bUi  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XX.  The litigation  (a polite -nlirase  J>  for  anything pertaining to equity in the  Ottoman Empire) over the estate of  Hamid Pasha was tiresome in the extreme, the object being apparently so  io delay anything approaching a decision as to wear out the patience of  the foreign claimant and thus to save  -for tlie Empire the ten per cent, of  the whole which Ruggles might otherwise have expected eventually to receive.  In this the wily Turk met with thc  sneocs.- which usually has attended  his policy of procrastination. Ruggles, after several interviews with high  officials, onc being no less a person  than th*; Grand Vizier himself, and  appearing several times before a tribunal for the investigation cf his  claims as an heir, was politely informed that the case would be tried according to the regular procedure of  the* Ottoman law and that every justice V,*0li'd  that   notiiin  P^.-broi-..  when ������������������>:���������.���������-���������_  wtiv.'-; ar ti'.  xeiiijV'*''. ::j  gr'W '.���������ad -LLV-?.:���������-? VJi  and ;*'��������� ''*',��������������������������� *: to sv*r  ���������re,:-"   '        ': .' ***   :.r':'?L'l  . . .--_ expression in the gloom.      Agu...  dinner. Of course, if she doesnt|he was conscious of the sweet, faint  want him, she doesn't have to-have j perfume. He leaned forward, resting  him." i his  clasped hands  upon  the  head of  "What do you think of it yourself?"  his cane.  ������'T\ ^  .     *1M- _    -*.    *--...    ���������..     *������-*>-.._;_      -rr-r   t-Jtj   V������ju  iik.c  it  ncnj  in  zaus,,  JXUJi.-  ana?" he asked.  "Yes���������now that you have come."  "Oh, what difference does that  make?" Ruggles asked, a little awkwardly. "You like it anyway, don't  you?"  "I would not like it without you,"  she answered, "because I love you.  Can't you feel me loving you, belov-,  ed?" Her voice was like the first  sweet, low, tentative note of a nightingale before its song; a prelude and  a promise of the liquid notes to follow.  Ruggles could scarcely believe that  he had heard aright; he was bewildered and confused. What did the girl  mean? Then it flashed through his  bead that this childlike declaration  was  not    to be  taken    in  its  iiteral  ...........xi.x..t..������..������..a..0.....m.ia-  ���������*e--������e**e..e.*'i>.ra������.rs ������.������..-  OUT 0' LUCK  lie*,*"- frtlr*  Nevermind!  J  Cascarets if Bilious  Constipated  Oh, I don't see anything against  it. I've known lots of Jews that were  mighty fine men. When I was working in the store the best friend I had  was a Jew named Simon. He left  there to study art. I'm going to look  him up as soon as I get time and see.  how he's making out."  The household dined together, Rugbies presiding at one end of the table  and Miss Challand at the other, between them such a galaxy of beauty  as one might travel far and fail to  find,. Ruggles enjoyed these repasts, j  *j for odd as the assortment was they  J represented the first home atmosphere  that he had ever known. The conversation at table was general and  vivacious, Alessandra and Bulbul being the chatterboxes of the party, and  Ruggles  derived  much   entertainment  mm.0..W.00B00..0..0i.0"0:0..0������0*.O''0.,0���������.tl.i..'.........0..0..0..0.L0.  Everyone must occasionally give to  the bowels some regular help or else  suffer from constipation, bilious attacks, stomach disorders and sick  headache. But do not whip the bowels into activity with harsh cathartics.  What the liver and bowels need is  a gentle and natural tonic, one that  can constantlv be us*?d without b-srw.  The gentlest liver and bowel tonic is  "Cascarets." They put the liver to  work and cleanse thc colon and bowels of all waste, toxins and poisons  without griping���������they never sicken or  inconvenience you like Calomel, Salts,  Oil, or Purgatives.  Twenty-five million boxes of Cascarets are sold each year. They work  while you sleep. Cascarets cost so  little, too.  Food Jump in Britain  The cost of all principal articles of  food in  England rose in January to  136 per cent, over the pre-war level,  and is 126 per cent, on rent, clothing,  light and fuel, according to statistics   ���������   - ��������� mr md-  w -.Tr*-.--*-   14. *������* ������  t-J 11LV1   U ���������  sense, but merely as an expression of -prepared by  the  American  Chamber  trom tneir cnuaiiKe comments on peo-j sympathy   and   liking.     It   would   be  ~i_  ~-j   xw.���������r*       ���������"������*--    I���������* !-:������������������������  outrageous   to   suppose   that   Roxana  had fallen in love with him, or that,  even if she thought she had, she would  state the fact with such simple candor.  For Roxana's Oriental viewpoint of  their relative positions was impossible to Ruggles. It was inconceivable to his Western mind. He saw  himself as her guardian and protector and saddled with thc responsibility of her future we'fare, himself but  a humble person from the middle  class, essentially practical and possessed of some executive ability, but  as far removed from Romance as a  shoehorn. There is a certain type oF  person which, while gifted with imagery and capable of sentimental dav-  bc   rendered   him.     After  :; a p *p e n eel.  returned     to     England  .*-;   iind  bren  about  three  ror'r., ami the latter was  ;**.ve  him   go,  as   the   sur-  w;.:'  eil?  ootiy  and  taciturn  id  ail social intcr-  ���������_���������   . 2 w aril   R u g g 1 o s  ,.:   ..I   -X,,t.Pl-P:   i-iPi-  '������������������=.-��������� iviicvit  against  ���������h-warn-d him.    It  ���������.*.���������(.*oi'i tiie two that  TO   *r-ii  ��������� i.  ���������h.-.r.-< up; hly  XV h'*   ; r  fi: *-;..* ,';  h'-r-i   a  ;'e e i r' i ���������;  J :*i: i :;:      '  ���������nit.-,'i* ;���������  r <'.-:��������� ;���������:?'.  of   i''>(***  ii: .*.;..  His  t e'    .  MIMI       I I "  F.lli*  of  h"   .".  I'M ,l , i' I , , l  rel   u;  Oil     III'*  ttnd    K>  0     i/jr  f :* r* 111 ���������  i   i  ���������Hy  ,     ';' I  if'l'l  ���������     orr-    .:,  ,,.-.,i,].* ;,.,*!  '������������������������   til.-   In  .-ii;. i   '.'iii n  vi������, j * >> r ���������>-.   Mi'  i'-.  h"  ,'.'* (* .**���������,  aw am' it.**.  sip^'i'-d      'the-  ���������*���������������������������"., and .'���������--  ���������**, *, i rn i n r r h a < 1  cr:*    Europe,  <r, --IJ     I e'-il    I G    i*,--  r?   ���������  -J<\    f r'-'-vil! ,'  ;.'*iif-:i  and   ot}���������*-.��������� ���������-  <lif  nMiai  inl'liD*"  r.iry  had   rat lie-:r  pie  and  things.      When    he himself  spoke,  the  girls became  quiet.  Roxana   seldom   volunteered   a   remark, although at first she had asked  a   good   many   questions,   usually   of  Miss Challand, for whom she seemed  to have  formed  an    affection.      Her  manner to  Miss  Elliot  was  formally  polite   and   to   Darthea   friendly   and  admiring.    A  musical    artist  herself.  Roxana appreciated    Darthea's    skill  with her brush, and nothing pleased  her   more   than   to  be   asked   to   the  studio to sit and watch Darthea at her  work.    This did not often happen, as  Darthea did not like to have her attention distracted when  at her easel.  The evenings were usually spent in  music and bridge, of which game Miss  Challand   was  inordinately  fond,  and  whieh thc girls had acquired as young  ducks  learn  to  swim.    Roxana alone  took no interest  in  cards, preferring  to amuse herself at the piano or harp  while  the  others  were  at  the  bridge  table.    She liked, also, when the weather permitted, to throw a scarf about  her  tawny head  and  walk  about   the  gardens  alone.     It was   Miss   Elliot's  opinion    that the    girl was    secretly  homesick and pining for the soft  airs  which wafted down the Bosphorus, so  she never interfered with these evening promenades.  Ruggles appeared to havc brought  hack the fair weather from the south,  for thc day of his' arrival in Paris was  onc of those bright but softly colored  ones for which France i.s famed, and  which, alas, are now becoming rare.  The sky had been a drowsy, hazy  blue nnd a soft breeze whispered  litrourdi the high foliage of the :in-  eiesrt elms and acacias. After dinner  the* air Heareel anel lhe stars shone  doum from a lofly dome ol deepest  indigo, and the air was sweet in the  garden with the flowering syringa. As  of Commerce in London.  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach������  liver and bowels  :ne 11  *i.... ii..  lor*]   warmly,  .I     /tr.-       st:'.   .  they  I;-,*-,  ���������ft    the dining-room,     Roxana  ,r   iiii i a if i  I'i       >"|--   I  I'.n.ikr- :���������  ni   i.i*,  ,.; r.i I If  i i i i i -   ':  -   t   0    -|    ,   |    ,   ;    ,  'fowl   (icr  .-  -A  liiis  oth'*'*  lad-/j  .1 ��������� ,  i    am  .. i, ��������� i  . , r I ... I. I , I  lake*   tli***  "Vrrv  . i   i,  going  , M  aii'.  h-.iI,   i,  !,    and  vou   lil..  r>ut   in   the   garden,"  the Heart  Mot,,'i*:  ,.,.  i.i,.i .  ���������.;. i ���������. ���������* : /   .  ' .    n <��������� .  f   >-      ���������/(-,*.������ 1  '.-j tr -  '���������?.!  di    I'll V    1  cejifee.   Air.  \)',.-,���������--, "I'.lh'il  *.i_ ituggh:.-'..  ii ielm' ;if|e*r  Kcigifles r"  a of*   ���������jf/-"'*).  ,���������,���������" "i-i-.ie*r-viii   man ii'i' .tia   of   tiir-ir   I;,.  we*   .ia*;.-   our  .he  ;.;-,.-,��������� e:d.  ' 1   don't  know   how   to   play,"   Rilg-  ?\���������'   ;,.   ,.ve-rfd.    "I'll have to get   yon  to   te-.-n li   tor  tomr;  day.     I   (r\itnn   I'll  t   j-/'* *-iiit  and   walk  nrourul  a   littler with  It ox an a  Vfi-i.,;  ,   if   -(Iir   don't  r.P. \ui\y  \:  ill-;- ���������",,*  t-Y  ���������Mar,,  i!i-   I,  r: , l  d  h  ���������ii    I.ic  mind."  iMii '.   ".V'/e"'rt   vlj)  flUel-  : 1 :1:.  Ih  Jl  Wliol^neioie,  flfinnlftO,  **������* Be-We-'.hln-j   Uriel tl t������11 il te*  'm   net*  j  l������i    ������J^-WWS *S    |.rt<|������r--~]Vlurin������-t<,rt<fei- j fiireinMi,  "li,*   rare*fnl,  .   .-.'��������� r ..      .   ..    :      ...,-,::i:*i   itur;  r'.if'���������   I'd   l*"'ix;u.a   ilu ���������'������ii|"li   the  coii"i<-r-  ..ei'ri/     aad   out     into     iiie-   pTfuined  d,n Jen, ���������*,*���������'..       Hi-i   i.;ie!e   iilijiped  on    thr  .���������)i**-|r,    and    iiml.'uiil /    Koxun.f m    hand  ���������I  '. i  '.;  rni  ���������It)  i    i'n    ri ma ���������.���������ini'*  ^Ut^ nt-.u-i, Sdrrneiio, t.r.umlu-  *%$ fipm.*|)5ft ���������l/>ri,Ile)iin|r.-������n<IHurnlnfi  **J pti.ir-a" Atltit din MouIcK. Me.torlr.i; ���������or <*,yil  lBr|1|     V-TIK'     V(������',|*     (   r,,il'|r|r<l<  r" JSl.'j        Vt.Urf      II I 11 fl \,  I.. I  flW    r*l*t������l>l������   "r-r-llCrt   -V*'r>ir    IVVlTI    Mr'r-r'l   S,ft*tl. tS-lli  llMwrlw* iivtn !MtdXA.ttniyr <L������..��������� HtxU<~n-4������  Ui,>:r'.lft:   I'.ll'eiidi,"   -mid  ���������tfi'i'-i-. !n  |ii������. far.    Ane!  Htif;-  vvru'i'i in'' tn  iicr oir'-ii{-(ii,  \\<:C '��������� ���������:' i'l  ;.;j'''i, '.vnii'  for   iii**   hid   h:ivi|   leiin   from   ji   nii'ity  llll     v/.i''.     il    til'*    fiieiin-    Imie*   ������ ein fee I e m*e  of   ,t   faint,   *-)(f|ui',l|f   odor,   njriey   oikI  A'NY    derangement   oJc    i:ho  heart's action ia alarming.  Frequently   pains    about   tlio  U'i\ heart aro ^anaerl by tho formation of g.'v*: ai-isiEc: from indi*������  gcation.  MxtslUii. Trom uiiw cumiiuuu id  ol>tniiie<l by tho use of Dr.  Chnso'e Kidney-Liver Pillfl.  Gu'-uuto !iiJl������'vi-^Movi results  from Bluggif'h liver action, con-  otlpntlon   of  tho  bowela   and  ile'i.a.uiiki D/. Lj'iuiiii-.'u 3C.ie5������:.������jy-IjlVvi2  Pllln ui-ouan t'ln>u������ or tuns to activity  th������y thoi-ouiclily ouro linllgoiitlon trnd  ������)ve*ie>e)n:** i\v. many unnoy'iitf ������ymp-  tomn.  M       ^^^_     -1UufcU-^W|||-oyb^ tt^ tmm~_ lUi        |kr|W|JuHUrkHr-|UIUtfMra^U^^^^^|^*^^u^*Wu*|^^^>K^  W    f^^^     W    t" ���������-*������������������"���������-���������     W^W    i^mm.    frmmiv^m   N ^^^^   ^^   WI, ^^^Pfp  H    W*-W     M    i-wtmrndtix     -Wtwtt^H     ^000)    im!  dm*\    i-mmx.,       00    t#0m*mmt>mmmhs   Vi  ri''������wlrW'������������i.*--f������l|ii������������**l*Wi������������l yiiiji'iin nmwwuitui'  l**1 rSr'-rVV**^���������I'gwWMg ud'yil.mtmtmi.vt  0*4 * V* I i li kTiZ. &tl MH WIWl V*  Forestall  B9 ;  CMlls aEi  Use Bovril In your  cooking. It flavours, enriches, nourishes more.  Th* BoSyAmU-itta Ptmtr ot Sevtit kx* tttts  ftro-wd by in-aptmitru acunlijic ixptrtmgista  U ~x from 10 to 30 iimxs tht> ttmoum 4\f  Bovril i-k������n-  -.mmtmmm  Quick an action���������gives  wmd-xfin x *w xxtrxm-e^Xso'arViSS  m\AJ AA-U   4ia~-~--~-4X-0-a.\4-xx  ���������simple to operate���������  ���������cannot get out of order  ���������no waste of fluid.  Fill from bag or scoop,  empty by tilting hopper,  repeat as fast as you like.  An efficient, quick-acting  picklcr for bitty Western  Farmers.  Manitoba Flax for Holland  'Hen tons of flax fihic, valued at  $1,000 a ton, and 400 pounds of hemp  fibre, an experimental crop from one  acre sown In Bcausejour, Manitoba,  district, havc been shipped to Holland for manufacture. Tlie provincial  department of agriculture holds that  tlio soil is particularly adapted for  production of this fibre, and, grown in  proper rotation with coarse grains,  will prove very profitable to the farmer.  Accept "California" Syrup 01" Fi*-;s  oniy���������look for tiie name California  on tho package, then yeni are sure  -your Ciiile.l ������a ilavniK l\\.: lii-.-il ���������.���������.lee. .iiO.-it  harmless laxative ejr physic for thc  little stomae-li, liver and bowerls. Children love its delicious fruity tar-te.  l-'ull directions for child's dose on  each bottle,    -.jive it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  Wanted it Unlarmed  Over the telephone a Avorncd voice  iiuiil cLiiVti    *.������4>_    yiyi^ti 1������. |.ui     xJi    x.    x,??...!.  hardware store. The spender began:  "I come in your place today and  bought   one   of   them   dollar   alarm  Carpets  of  the  Homeric  age  wcr-a  generally white.  fc  ',,,   ������,-0   Off  D'ye re-  ii)..U,  "I  iii>'i������>m"7iwiijiw������ii������.   B..  MMli  L-.O'-.t'L, ..iie..  \ C/.l  y,y.-  .',   le."i������   1..C  at 5 o'clock in tlie moruin*.  nicmbcr?"  "Yt-V    hii.il    ll������C   h.UiU.iVf.  i kiilclilUc).  "vV������:ll,"    wen!    on    Hi.   ollu-.t",   "I've  jiut found out that I don't liavc to  Kct np VtX 5 o'clock in the jnornin'."  "Glad to htar it " tZ-l .h* h-sy^y-^s-r-  man, "but what do you wiuit me to do  i .ujuiiL 5 i. ������"*  j    "I want you," -unld tlie customer, "to  ir*.-.*!"!    ������-.-. r.    L,r.xx,    T 4\    .������������������������-������ 1 f-i V fir,     ililiiM    d.\.-\d*\r I*  I - ���������   '   *   **������������������������������. w^   t  vv.  4*-i.  -I.  230.'  Very Itchy ami Bnmed.  Troubled Six Weeks.  ���������"Our dftughtcr'r) face came but In  C tRRh th-it we w^re tokl wan rcr.t-mrs.  Her cbeeku got ooro  (nnd eihe nibbed ���������cauo-  intr loim of uleep. Thfl  brcaklnc' out wau very  ^'^jiv. ������t/.    thatlhocHotloKloven  ^���������-s''"-*' ber from ocralchlnij-.  "This trouble liu'ted   wbout   ul*  weekH before ~ uued Cullcnm. X ut-jed  *    ������������������     ���������*......     ��������� t   *-... I-... ..   IXl.tlvj...,,.  ItAIILJ   AmU^VJ   XJXJAX     .Id.     TJtx.,\rt0.0.   \. .-...-���������xr.  -with two cultcu  of   Cuticuru Go-\t  m^ X .. %r    . 0        ��������� % -i      l^/d''lr.    . I      . j V      \tl **Vl   I -      ���������*���������  'TVAX^ttiltlLj'TiivdVA Xk*rt4t~uxl,       \rr^������.^r;.rr%r^#   ~...~.  H. LmlMitiLj, AjlyiLlhAltL  I\.U.,(I-.l������������., C*.i.  Cuticura Ho*������p, Olnttnent ������nd T������l-  ���������   m        m   t* -     ���������-*        s     14a....       ���������foil*��������� ft*   MHO     ������-UV*M������   ~*mtm     SLX-mrtt+Jf      mewe0*0.1 1*    xm*m -~-***��������� -  It'^a.-i ~4.%*\0   k-s.Ursti.0 U\UU*-*% %.i*\sMUi~l '*U*vV~i-.~.Xim.  -~~^^'~^ M������mtv~mmm*mht   m*.    ~-,m-*m''        U.U i������H.* J W.M,*H������-  J  5������  it  mm MBmBSglmM  A^-^W'^^'^^M  *U^4u<i������^A-M^^  CHESTON,    B.    &  if  m  .   FARMERS  BREED  PERCHERONS  The only breed of draft horses ever shipped back to England from  Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed of draft horses in North America are Percherons.  The safest investment in draft horses today Is Percherons.  A profit to own���������A pleasure to handle.  You will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if you use  a Percheron sire.  WRITE FOR INFORMATION,AND LITERATURE  Let us put you in touch with the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.  Mention, this paper when writing.  The Canadian Percheron Horsebreeders' Associat!  William A. Willson, Secretary, Calgary, Alberta  rr-ra  BAH If AND XnAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS  The largest stud of the Pure-bred Percherons in tha World. Ths Srst Percheron-  breeding Farm Established in Canada. The only firm ou the* American continent  from which British horsecten have selected Percheroa breeding stock to establish  studs in Britain.  Do not hit the British breeders come to Canada and carry off all our "best foundation stock. Do not be satisfied with the cheap cull stallions brought in by irresponsible dealers and stallion pedlara from the United States, when you can buy the  best individuals of the best breeding rsiBed right hers In Alberta by men that hav������  been in the breeding business for 25 years, and expect to remain ia the business.  We have seventy-four head of Pure-bred Percheron Stallions oi our own breeding now  on hand to delect from. You can see their slrea and dams, and if you cannot chooss  one from the lot to suit you we will give you every assistance in our power. Writo  for prices oc come to Calgary. Alberta, and we will meet you and show you the stock  at any time.���������Address;.  r:?\  ***=  GEORGE LAME, CALGARY, ALBERTA  -Sdo&'s Cotton* iteof ������c&ssii������&  %jt  ar-  A -cfe. Tellable repitlattnff  Ittediatiit.   Sold in throe da-  ;r������9a of sijr������ngt,h���������No.  I.S If  r<t!������ S*i3*i,tFi2ZB' ftp**������0*;  imOivk **t   tain  uir%ISf������������5vut ***-  at0mr.mlrS    .���������     ��������� ..-....    r.0    0..  Froo ipamphlofc. Address S  peg COOKCWZOJCiliMeCO^  uusCn'fv, vhr. (rwaeri} Wiaanr.)  Hire Canadian Airmen  i  Chinese Government Employing Aviators to Teach Chinese Students  Trie,  &������EW   PftENCH   RCMCDy.  No IforBladdftrOatarrfc. ~i*q 2 far Blood &  asm Disease*   Ho. j for Ohronio woalmsiMes.  AOLDBVLBAntNGCHRMCSTS. PRICE IN ENGt/e-iNO.SSr  DRl.BClUKi?cMed.Cc>.,HaveratocltRd ,N W.5.Londoo\  SKa-rRAD8.MA.RK3D* WORD 'TKERAPIOM' 19 OK  &RIT OOVT-STAMP AFFIXED TO GENUCNB* PACKETS*  L  America's Piotie-������f  Doc Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOQ    DISEASES  and How to F.eed  Mailed    Frea    to    any  Address  by  ~~-  Authos*  I-L   CLAY   GTLOVKR  CO.,   INC.,  113    West   3let-9'creet,  New York. U.S.A.  I  j. Cli V/UIIti.UliiIi     i.-*liXxxrLS  hired at $1,000 per month each by the  Chinese government to teach Chinese  students, Two Vancouver boys who  w:ll be in the party have received papers for their signatures to enter the  service of the Chinese^ who have purchased a 'number of Vicker planes.  Thc Canadian party orpects to iea.ye  Vancouver in  May foe. Pekin,  WHEN YOU SUFFER  FROM RHEUMATISM  Sun Life Shows  Large Gains  49th Annual Report Is Issued, Show-  ins Tremendous Expansion  Several new and interesting records  in the insurance business were made  by the Sun Life Assurance Co. of  Canada during 1919. The 49th annual  report of the company has just been  published and shows that the new  business actually issued;and paid for  during the past year was $86,548,850,  beintv an increase of $34,957,457, or  67.7 per cent., over" 1918. Thc tremendous business of the Sun Life will be  realized when it is stated that applications for new assurances retained  during 1919 exceeded one hundred  million dollars. The figure creates a  distinct record in the insurance business of the Dominion, as no Canadian  company has ever approached this total.  The business in force amounted to  $416,358,462, showing an increase of  $75,548,805. The assets of the company were increased by $8,091,089, and  now amount to $105,711,468, while the  report shows a net surplus of $8,037,-  440 over and above ail liabilities and  capital stock, which indicates the ira=  portance attached by the company to  safety, and protection. The company  Tiai<-1 out to -Dolicv-holdcrs stid their  beneficiaries $12,364,000. bringing the  total amount paid out in this connection since organization to $91,227,532.  Another record was made in regard  to income with a total of $25,704,201.  or an increase of $4,053,101 over the  previous year.  Owing to the remarkable development in the business of Canada's  greatest life assurance corporation,  the directors feel that the business in  the Dominion is due to enormously  expand during the present year.  -iSr-0   DON'T LET THAT COUGH CONTINUE I  JsA Spohn's Distemper Compound  will "knock it in very short time.*' At the first siarn of a cooa-ft  or cold in your horns, gi*re a few doses of "SPOHN'S.** l~  will act on the glands, eliminate the .disease germ and preree-S  further destruction of body by disease. "SPOHN'S" has ba-sa  the standard remedy for DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA. PINK  EYE, CATARRHAL FEVER, COUGHS -md COLDS fer ft  quarter of a century. At all dru-p stores.  SPOHN MEDICAL COMPANY, Goshen, In������L, U.gUk,  .\m MFDIGAl IHSJMI^  ������.VI.W'iy.V BLOOD^TOMACHSLU^."------"  Son wJiiM? free coi������tsre������au ���������-  .70 Lombard St  irrrffc  ^B  WAGSTAFFE'S  a!  Sev*!*-*  : vf mXX'rid  Orange  Marmalade  AU Orange and Sugar���������  No camouflage. .  Boiled with can In SiieetPam.  ���������ask rout* anient roil tv.  ������<^������-,:^*(S "--3"M������ ���������<3'**' "-ty ������*^������r US' -%*��������� ������-"-to**������  oi  Early Old Age  W  Tkz~~*-hxml~~\-r..'?&~-s~n~io������.- v  *f  out authority era early old ^ag������, ^  ������  cays that it .* '"-caused by poisons   (f  a  generat-a-d   an   tho   intestine."  A  JL  When you* irtoroach devests food  {������  x  properly ut is absorbed without   A  V  forming poisonous matter*   PoU  Jr  sons bring on early old ago and  premature death. IS tb 30 drop*  of "Setget's Syrap" after meats  -makes your digestion sound*   to  (frt^^fy^fj@i<^Qi*^i4fo,���������,^&r*9'^r&*b'���������X  :*r-".ir   '. '   '.-L-JSLSS-S J     '   - '   " '"     ���������"' ��������� "!������������������:' ���������-���������L2LS-  Grain Inspector at Calgary Busy  An  enormous  quantity of grain  is  pouring- into Calgary, Alberta, from  country points arid a record number  of cars containing wheat, oats and  barley are being inspected by the government gram inspector. On March  2nd they totalled 185.  Almost  any  man  wiii  tell  you  that    Sloan's    Liniment  means relief  For practically every man has used  lit  who  ha3  suffered  from  rncumattc  ��������� aches   soreness of muscles^   stiffness  of joints, the results  3. weather exposure.  Women, too, by the hundreds of  thousands, use It for relieving neuritis, latne backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing,  economical, -quickly effective. Say  "Sloan's Liniment" to your druggist.  Get it today. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made  in Canada.  LOSS OF STRENGTH  THROUGH INDIGESTION  It is estimated that Ireland's peat  logs contain the equivalent of 5,000,-  000,000 tons of coal.  Minard's   Liniment  where.  for   sale   every-  Mountains   in   the   United   States   is  1,000 miles.  ve  i-^m%\  iili^^  ���������*-������*4*-**W*i**  BY ~>B.. UKEi H.-SMITH.  BaslnoHS mnn who must speed up thc worka and male������ busincaa  Iboom during theso days���������after tho war���������must recognize tho nocca-  ttity of keopiug ui. Whim fuiincl is befoggcdi 7/hca you ������i&ve dul!  Ibewdachea oc feci logy, when not "up to snuff," keep tho bowols  free with a mild laxative. In tho morning tako a tepid Bpongo bath  (~~ld v.'i'tcr rrfty ho \.w:\ if ft; d-o**-**! nM. o^ill). follow with a brink rub  down; a sufficient "Betting up" excrciao in good air until you are in  ia warm glow.   Havo you tried it lately?  Don't lot tho poiaona accumulate in tho intestines either, but try  ���������������                      I*                 t        .    , 't    Jt,         (T   .,'.    t.f.1   ...    .- ���������     j. ml-X .tr.      rx.-.   r.     fx\ rtrtntv-tf    I������-*^������������ f |������rj*  U   -UOtlO    Oi    ViiUrlJbUi.     OH     UUU    xXi.LJ,     IjUiU^   *JXS    LXmxxJLtx^f    ll.    w    mdl~~.xiy.~l.    L. UW-v  oooa������lonally,'sueh aa ono mado up of May-applo, aloin and jalap, rolled  finto a tiny augar-coatcd pill, and Bold In every dru������ atom an Dr.  tMeroo'a Pioaaant PelletH. Then a cup of hot water befom> ���������Mrcakfttu&(J  iwiid you'll tceH better than a king! ki you ooutiuu������ in i-m ii-~a-t yow  mil paijii a Llfu Eiuiuraueo oxiimlnatian at oirty.  If you wiflh to prevent old ago comlnK on too kook������ or If you wan*  (to Enorooao your ohanooa for a long life, you should drink plenty of  eoft (rain) or diatUled water daily between meato. Then proeure at th������  Jh  ,         rS: -.-.:x..r,.-t,:        4    .,....'.    -       f ~   ~   A*      ....*-       -   - ,   J \ "r*t. ?,-      fit- r^������������      it 0.^v, 0.0,  HMXtttk  ���������������"*������** *V    SU'S.t    AL  *LrXL4X> It   X0Xt*-Xl*J    \LXIX V*'LXX LLJ-LXLiXLJLf ,       A. XIXX. ������* ���������������. I** I. V> VJLX.ttXim  fcU*o urio aoiu out ami reiiovea iuickuulio und riieamai������Hui, ~u~ Wow ~~~  ItiAuaxf ftrnitblft.   Auurie dL;r,o!vi'.*; uri*- ?..'��������� ' ���������    '���������'������������. t.f-a dincolvca GUH-H.  The Stomach Can Only Do Its Work  When the Blood is Rich  and Ked  Indigestion means loss as well as  suffering to many people. Loss of  strength, loss *~of time and loss of  money follows indigestion, and dehil-  ity continues as long: as the indigestion remains. Workers, suffer from  indigestion because their hours are  long, and often they cannot give proper -time to meals. Then the appetite becomes fickle, digestion becomes  feeble and the blood becomes impoverished. So the general health suffers; langor, nervous troubles and often sleeplessness follows. It is well  to remember that the whole system  relies upon good blood and that good  blood is impossible unless the digestion is good.  The  stomach  cannot  do  its   work  unless   the  blood   is  made   rich   and  red, and so new blood alone can cure  indigestion.    It is for this reason that  a   remedy    like  Dr   Williams'     Pink  Pills,  which   makes  new,  rich   blood,  cures  indigestion   and  builds  up  the  whole system.   The great value of Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills in  cases of this  kind   is  proven  by   the  statement   of  Mr. R. E. Small, Wingham, Ont., who  says: "The truthfulness of my statement can be proven by scores of my  friends  and   acquaintances.     I   am   a.  glove   cutter   by   trade,   and   for   six  long ycars have at limes been a great  sufferer     from   complication     of   ills  chiefly due to indigestion.    Gas would  accumulate  on   the  stomach,   causing  me great pain.    I  would bloat up at  times, and almost suffocate, and often  when at work would be overcome by  a   drowsy   oppression   which   was  almost  indescribable.    Finally  I  began  the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills,  and  after  taking seven  boxes  I  feel  like a new man.    The transformation  thcy have made in me is simply remarkable,   and   while   using   them   T  gained thirteen pounds in  weight.    T  may add that I began the use of Dr,  Williams'   Pink   Pills  as  a   result   of  what  thcy did  for a niece, who un-  dei'wcul u critical operation, and who  did not regain iicr strength until she  started using the pills.    In  her case  they   fully   restored   her   health,   and  this encouraged me lo begin their use,  with, as I havc already said, a complete restoration of health in* my own  case."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine,  or by mail at 50 cents a box, or nix  uujyf-id    eui    ^itr.xiyi,    iiuen    Ltlvr    Ivi.     Vv 11-  liama" Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Will Abolish Conscription  All Conscripted Men Will Be Demobilized Before May 1  Conscription in Great Britain is to  be abolished at the end of March,  according to an announcement made  by Winston Churchill, British Minister of War, in the House of Com-j  mens. This means that al! ccr.seripi={  ed men will be demobilized before  May 1 at the latest. After that date  the British army force will number  about 220.000 exclusive of Indian  troops.* Any further reduction i������ improbable at present, owing to conditions in  Palestine and  Mesopotamia.  The Minister of War has estimated that  35,000 men  will be  required  to keep order in Ireland, where, only j  25,000 were stationed before the war. j  JO.      -VTA 0<~T ^ -d+~~-.~-&-.-m  Influenza  The Liniment that Cures All  Ailments���������  ifA Jt X*������  JT*.  B.%- J_*      O  THE  OLD  RELIABLE ��������� Try It  MINARD'S  LINIMENT  CO.,  X.TD���������  Yarmouth,   N.8.  GIRLS! A MASS  OF WAVY, GLEAMY  BEAUTIFUL HAUt  Let  "Danderine" save and  glorify your hair  Used lor 70 Yeare  Thru its use Grandmother's  youthful    appearance    has  remained until youth has  become but & memory*,  The soft, refined, pearly  white   appearance it  renders leaves the joy  of Beauty with you  for    many  JJ?;E:RD.T.'H!OPKINS^S<^  3  PROPS x^x^XtX X~  MONEY ORDERS  When ordering goods bv  mail, send a Dominion  Express   Money   Order.  The Nile begins to rise in June and  continues to increase until about thc  end of September.  Animals found on the eastern side  of Sumatra differ entirely from tho3������  found on  the western side.  In a few moments you can transform your plain, dull, flat hair. You  can have it abundant, soft, glossy, and  full of life. Just get at any drug or  toilet counter a small bottle of "Danderine" for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the Danderine  and draw this through your hair, talcing one small strand at a time. Instantly, yes, immediately, you havc  doubled the beauty of your hair. It  will be a mass, so soft, lustrous, fluffy  and so easy to do up. All dust, dirt  and excessive oil is removed.  Let Danderine put more life, color,  vigor and brightness in your hair.  This stimulating tonic will freshen  your scalp, check dandruff and falling  hair. and help your hair to grow longr,  thick, strong and beautiful.  Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia  E. Pinkh&m's Vegetable  Compound Restored  Her Health.  Post Office Financed  The report of the Postmaster-  General, which wn* tabled In the  Commons, ohows n net revenue fot  the fiscal year 1918-1019 of $21,602,712.  nn Increase of $257,31 R, nn niynltmt nn  expenditure of $19,273,583. au Increase  ut $1,227,02*3. The auiplu* of revenue  for thc fiscal year over expenditures  was $2,329,120.  Mlnnrd's T.lnlment CVn--^* rir-mrfr-jirr  W.  M.      tJ.       1307  University ot Alberta Building intension  Contract has been awarded by the  provincial government for the erection oi a new medical building-" in  connection with the University of Alberta. The coat of the structure will  he about three quarters of a million  dollara.  The contractors propose to befilu  work on the new building; right away.  It will be similar to the arts bulldlntf  ~,l the university.  Tii'/otluction of phoiphoritc !?��������� IMi  made -pe-i'-sil-lc the une of matches.  Newark, N. J.���������-"Fof about thrft#  yiiutrtt i ������r������uGioiejvl fLom uutrvum* urouk-  i ,JL-������ii   down  and  pot   bo  weak I could hardly  stand, and had headaches ovory day.  tried   everytliinjj  fS -could think of an  was  under a phy-  alelan's euro for two  yeara.  A girl friend  had used Lydia EL  ������*��������� Plnkhfc*m"*i������   Vf*!/*.  table Compound and  Bha told mo about  it.   From the first  day I took itlbegnn  to  feet better and  ><iCno'*t' - am well anal  >.    abl* to do most any  ^ ^* k I it d of work.    I  \ a. ������������������"������������������   \~.i     hi-ive* beveri rni"om-  V/A-   ||r\w      mendtn-y   thtt Com.  pound overuin-u-a atui idvo you my tx-r-  vnliiniuu la liubUah   thltf lotUir."���������tll-ia  Pw> Kxixy, 47G So. 1-ith St. I-towark,  W J.  Thesraaaoa this famous toot osd herb  r������    *r������t   i ���������  i f .  ILA  mxi^xxitAjit tuijf LxLm Am. 0. xxtmLAmxxx *������   . xj^vaxxxlj  CooiiiOiUid, -woa im~ &ucc44-aful lu Utbu  K-iiji a ccus-s W63 Dcc&uco it wt-at U> ti-~  ,,.���������������       .*������������, .      ( .    ������    1 ���������..������... 0    0      .   ,,     ������    ,  ULltd��������� l~���������    X0~0      Ueruorv.     tj.*^������#'v^#. vr*^   **>>������������.      ~~-    ml  normal h-naUhy ���������oondltioa and at* ttfiMUlt  At-  mz  ,tt-4m0m-4*xm*0m-r0T-*  utxr-mm v**-������*  *M*-**W${~tW4^^  ,ew*i I f������ii-irW wm *-iw-i^ iieiw '���������*������ *^*������*t*ai nmmtttm iwnniw we>et*wi*i fW w*~"i ix~-iimm*}n'm..i- n*m*n^ tnfs$f~i  -rjuw������^������w-������WJMi^*tw'*e������������'������W^^ ���������*-''J-1 " A%A        "*  i-mmi^iiK���������wt/fj^s,  i.BWflll*l|UW*il������<IWBW^*|l|  Mm.������~',m-ltm&\t^^  .W^iUS^tl-ltl-jiWfV^U**^*^ *-&^bmvmm*.P&i������M~ *  ���������Dli% ���������ri.lh.d.drAAwik.m. THE CRESTCK  BEVIEW  C  It   osts You  Nothing But a  Little Spare Time  People all around where you  live want to read, regularly,  the     most     progressive  weekly     magazine     in  British Columbia���������  auverorans  Act as our agent���������get the subscriptions of your friends and  others���������our offer is genuine.  No guess work. Every subscription you get means a definite   step  forward.  Everybody  Wants It  Write tonight. We'll show  t/ou how to get any article you  Jesire���������and get it quickly.  Don't put it  off till  tomorrow.  Waot-ed���������A small house to rent for  six months.   Apply Miss Candy.  Birth���������-Al Lister, on March 26th, to  Mr. and Mrs. B. Thompson, a son.  Heifer Calf Fob Sale���������Jersey, 2  months old.    Dr. Henderson, Creston.  Democrat For Sai-e���������In good  shape, $60.    Enquire   Review   Office.  Birth���������At Creston, on March 26th,  to Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Foreman, a son.  Drake Wanted���������Purebred preferred. State price. C. Kelsey, Erickson.  Egcs For Hatching���������Purebred Buff  Orpingtons, $1.50 for 13. F. Mill,  Creston.  For Sale���������36 purebred S.C. Barred  Kock hens, year old, $2 each. G. M.  Wilson, Creston.  l idifl LOUi  iponNow  Eggs For Hatching���������Purebred  White Leghorns, heayy laying strain.  Jas. Adlard, Creston.  Mrs. 8. A. Speers left on Saturday  on a month's holiday visit with friends  at Medicine Hat, Alta.  Cows For Sale���������One milch cow,  part Jersey; .grade Jersey yearling  heifer.   W. V. jkckson, Creston.  Town VsaPSR-r^. For- Sale���������Good  house, and lot well planted to bearing  fruit trees.    Enquire Reyiew Office.  Eggs For Hatching���������Purebred  White Wyandotte eggs, $1.50, per setting of 15, $L50.    F. W. Ash, Creston.  The outbreak of smallpox amongst  the Indians is being kept well in check,  and few, if any, new cases are developing-  Canaries For SALE���������Singers and  hens. Prices reasonable, and furnished on writing P, O. Box 361, Kaslo,  B.C.  work and excellent progress is being ing   trade, getting his supplies at a  made on its erection. j point near  Creston  and rushing  it  across the boundary by auto under  The B. C. Veterans Weekly,  65-69 Province Bldg..  Vancouver, B.  C.  Send me  full particulars  of offer.  Name  Sewing Machine For Sale���������Imperial, good as new, $25. T. Tre-  velynn, Creston.  For Sale���������6 good ranch horses,  prices right. Canyon City Lumber  Co., Ltd., Creston.  Mrs. McQuarrie, who has been a  yisitor with Mrs. Bohlee, left for Vancouver on Tuesday.  Mrs. Manuel left on Sunday for  Fernie where she is -spending a few  days visiting friends.  Mrs. and Miss Frances Lyne spent  a few days with Cranbrook friends the  latter part of the week, returning on  Monday.  Gardening Time is Here  For your convenience we carry a full line of up-to-date conveniences, including Farm and Garden Implements, Carpenter's  rr^r%'ic   ���������o.,:u���������-.���������5 a  j-v/oib,   xjiinuceo    rfiti-u*.  SHELF1, HARDWARE  No matter what your needs, step in and look over our stock.  We have too many conveniences to enumerate, and yon may see  some articles you haye been wondering where to find.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  TOE flNST&UMElOT ������IP QQJJAMW  Nm1  l-\   ������EOUIL  Everything comes to him who waits. But you will not Wait  when you have heard the SONORA. You will know it is  machine you have been looking for.  Models $105 to $1500  s.  G.  FOREMAN  NEXT REEK IN THEATRE  ORESTON  VV COSTS  NO  MOKE  BE5S5SS  The Peekin Theatre resumed operations again on Saturday night,' after  a shutdown of a month due to the flu  trouble. Manager Rodgers announced  a showing of pictures for Easter Monday night, April 5th, the programme  to include Creston's frvorite, Harry  Carey, in "A Gun Fightin' Gentleman."  Capt. Patterson of Ottawa, director  of the Dominion Soldier Settlement  Board, was here on an official visit  Saturday, during winch he thoroughly  investigated the Lister'area. To date  the boai*d haye atready made loans  totalling about $40,000 on improved  places purchased in the Valley by returned men.  A Creston hospital was one of the  chief topics of discussion at the March  Women's Institute meeting on Thursday last. The ladies' are unanimously  in favor of using the soldiers' memorial fund for such, an institution, and  will urge the board of trade to at once  launch the project for the Valley's  consideration.  March, which came in quite iamblike,  went   out   like   a   lion   as   per  schedule.    Very high winds prevailed  the first three days of the week, with  T. J. Gsawford, who has spent the eyery known variety of weather mix-  rt������-*-l     I h 1^T-k *-i      m-m.x I/in      I"** t-x mt ax  the coyer of darkness. H. White,  customs officer a Cranbrook was in  charge of proceedings, with Const.  Engle of the R.N.W.M.P.  Easter services are announced for  the usual hours at Holy Cross church  on Sunday next, with Father Desmar-  ais in charge.  Wanted to Rent���������Responsible party will lease a four room (or larger)  house, or ranch near town. State  rental.   Box 12, Review Office.  r'tewjiin  WIHJl.HtlBJHI.1  ii~0^&ii0~03mxA  A -t 14' t-. r.410^'jf/. st  I   X <t. I ������.  ��������� M -������ * H    ��������� /iVH  I- A i   "i (   ll   I   \ C  d. .xmn   dm   rx,   r. XA  * .   ~  -.   x^m  a   "4,jrm-\mS   *mA\~-0 vii/i, rOldli-UIa  i������KI?ll Ki-Klife i-sagl-SB^  H ri fcl II M  -M   m    M    MMM Lit  y*~ii  sm   iri; sx.ttj 'j\m  past four months in Vancouver, where  he was taking a course in a motor and  tractor school, got back on Saturday.  Stump  Puller,  For sale���������Model  10 Kirstein one-man stum" ���������""���������nller- in  Al condition.    $70 cash.   For particulars apply Norman  Craigie. Gir,es*''o'������  B.C.  Citizens are reminded that Creston  merchants inaugurate the Wednesday  half holiday commencing next week.  The half-day off will pontinue until  the end of October.  The baseball players had their first  work out on Sunday afternoon, and if  the weather is right it is expected the  first game of the season will be put on  next Sunday afternoon,  Mr. and Mrs. Dan Speers, who haye  been living at Kitchener the past year,  have moved back to Creston, and are  to occupy the residence on the Mead  ranch near the to Wn park.  For Sale���������Jump seat buggy, in  first-class shape, two or four passenger. Also butter worker and shipping  cream can, also in good condition.  W. H- Watcher, Creston,  JE. C. Hunt of Nelson, provincial  horticulturist, spent a couple of days  here last week, and reports the Valley  orchards looking in promising shape  for a fine 1920 crop in all lines.  E. W. Payne writes that our Erickson correspondent is in error in stating that Jos. Stinson has the contract  for the W, W. Hull residence. Mr.  Payne states that he is doing the  work.  W. S. Bush and family have just arrived from Wasa, and propose making  their home here for the next twelve  months. They havc leased tho Quaife  place, near the section house, and  have taken possession.  Mr. and Mrs. Loveday are this week  moving into the Presbyterian manse  in which they will reside for the present. Mr. Loveday lately arrived from  Vernon to assume the management of  Creston Fruit Growers' Union.  J. H. Hihbcrson and J. W. McDonald, timber cruisers, Victoria, arrived  on Monday, and after securing the  necessary supplies, left on Tuesday  morning for Corn Creek, where they  will crusic some of the limits in that  suction.  Even the ten-cent hens havo commenced the spring egg-laying campaign, with the result that the latter  part of the week saw hen fruit take a  further drop, to 50 cents a dozen.  Dealui-t-j do nut expect the price to  recede much further.  ed in. The gales have had the effect  of drying up the roads fairly well and  road foreman Harris has already  started repair operations.  Latest word from Vancouver, where  Rev.  R. G. Hamilton   is   undergoing  _V-~ J*. ! ~��������� *l X..r..X. x-X. X���������        Xrx X\xrx rxtVrtrti-  meulCai     (ricS,|/in-suU'     ia    iiu    uue    -^.xt-Cii  that he continues to make slow but  satisfactory recoyery, but at the present rate of recovery he will hardly be  back to resume the Methodist pastoi--  ate until June���������immediately after the  annual meeting of conference.  The Leslie Gropsmith concert company was greeted with a crowd that  about filled the Peekin Theatre on  Friday night, and a varied program nie  of a high order throughout was presented. Mr. Grossmith was well  pleased with his reception and will in  future stop off at Creton on all his  concert tou������*s across western Canada.  The biggest fine ever collected 'at  court proceedings at Creston was  gathered in on Tuesday last when  Chris. Johnson, who gave his address  as Spokane, was taxed $600 for entering Canada by autc without reporting  to the customs authorities. Johnson  is suspected to be in the booze carry-  SATURDAY, April 3  MARY MacLAREN in  The Unpainted Woman  See Mary MacLaren in her  most human picture.  Two-weei Comedy  Chasing Her Future  WEDNESDAY, April ?  JACK WALSH in   .  Jack Spurlock���������Prodigal  The funniest picture eyer  screened. See the 400-pound  ���������Jbear act.  Fox Netsis.   Ford. ~%fontkly  & a *r>~- rrx rx a xr    a si i*.  mZt^miA. mSjri.m-0s-.Y0 April 1G  MONROE SALISBURY in  The Blinding Trail  The greatest screen fight of them  aii. *esetter than in "The Spoilers,"  a drama of the north woods.  ay Snip.  of  PIGS FOR SALE  Yorkshire Pigs, a splendid strain for  foundation stock ready for April delivery. Price (with papers) $15 each.  A. B. SMITH, Box 852, Cranbrook.  RANCH  PROPERTIES   FOR   SALE  1. Forty acres, including about ten  acres of bearing orshai-d, two running  springs. An ideal dairy location.  Price $7000.  2. Forty acres, including about 25  acres bearing orchard, running spring,  houses, burns, etc. Also good dairy  location Price $12,000. Enquire  Reyiew Office, Creston.  RANCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  Nearly 5 acres choice level fruit land  partiv improved, good road and water,  ideal home site near town. Cheap for  cash. Apply owner, CHAS. MOORE,  Creston, B.O.  FINE HOME PROPERTY FOR SALE  We are going entirely out of all  lines of Ladies' Wear, and in order  to effect a speedy clearance of our  quite complete lines in this department we are putting on a Ten-Day  Sale. If attractive prices are any  idcentive to buying both for immediate and future needs we feel sure  the lines listed below will mo^e  rapidly. Sale opens on Saturday,  April 3rd, and will close the following Saturday, April 10th, Following are just a few samples of the  generous reductions that prevail:  Pullover House Dresses, reg.  $1.75; sale price  -.$1.25  House Dresses, reg. 3.50; sale- 2.75  House Dresses, reg. 3.00; sale- 2.35  Flannelette Nightgowns, reg.  1.75; sale  1.35  Silk Und  Voile Waists  Underwear, Aprons, &c.  going at cost.  See  display of   these lines in  our  windows today, and don't miss  such a rare opportunity to stock  up for the summer at a saving  ���������of 25 per cent.  Comprises two-thirds of an acre with  120 bearing fruit trees, as well ns  strawberries, raspberries und currants,  und two lotH f*>0 x 120 feet. House is fl  rooms with basement and collar, and  good barn (with loft) 2-1x18 feet. $!������H)0  for tho whole property. R. BOADWAY, Oreston, B.C.  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  Dominion Tires -and 'l tiHies  Veedol Motor Oils Accessories  f   f r-r, f-x. a. -m- -r-    rT rr r���������v ���������*���������*-.  44..M m   MMMfe   M m-4x������ <.���������,���������������  T. Raines is tho latest to dispose of  )hh viiw-h iMiipeMly in the Valley, having this week sold his nine-acre place  in the Alice Siding noction to E.  Orenski of llellnve, Alta., for a sum in  tlie neighhnrhnn<1 of flHHMM). It, has a  coiiMidei'iihle planting of berries an  well an Winn: oreliiiid.  athletic   fundi;   of   the   public  The  I.I   I tt It; I        *tl I   I 1 I   IH il.lll  It        .. Ill.llil'i r.rt  itliout. ten (lollai'.-i the -r<ni>imi-i-a->n  earned on the Mile of (rickets for the  (heii.iiinitli concert,. The girls will uue  *j...i���������   ......i   ,.f   ;���������    j*,,,.   ...,���������.-.,,  ������.<<-.H!cet."-!iH  equipment, while the boyn will blow  t h'-ii'ie in -in hiiini- iiuiiei.mil oiiitii,.  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Creston   Moreanlilo Co  ���������HIV,    1,1(1.  nip  \imiiiimmtm0imk*m  ���������y.aa.i;;.*.iMliinlil;,l",w>M,l,*,l,-,l.^������aii  *MX^Mlm*im4ix^i,m:m,m-*i  mjftmm

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