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Those in charge of securing finances  to put the day over in good shape are  meeting with* splendid success and it  is now assured that in the neighborhood of $500 will be available for  prizes for the -various events. Too,  with this amount it will be necessary  to haye some of the events pulled off  in the morning, thus assuring something doing from almost 10 a.m. till  midnight.  At the committee meeting on. Friday night it was decided to call for  tenders to be in by Monday for the refreshment privileges for the day at  the fair grounds, where the sports will  be held, and which are to be put-in  shape for the handling, of the many  features. The successful bidder for  the refreshment privileges will'be required to serye lunches as well as  drinks and ice cream, so that those attending from a distance will he assured of being able to get something to  eat if they stay in town for the evening features.  There will be both junior and senior  baseball -matches: in the former the  Boy Scouts and the Public School  nines will -clash, while in the senior  series Wynndel, Porthiil and Creston  will compete for the sustantial cash  prize that is offered.  There will be log rolling, sawing and  chopping contests, races of all description, along with the Indian sports, for  .which a good field of entries is assured.  Late in the afternoon ������he horse races  will be run on Canyon trseett which  provides a good course where all can  get a good view pf the affair.  Every effort, is being made to have  the day surpass the big sports day  that was an annual feature of Valley  life. It is planned to come in just before the strawberries come in so that  all can haye a great big outing before  buckling into a very busy season that  will extend over the next four months  almost. For the evening there will bs  two shows at tne Peekin theatre and  and his demise is due to the after effects of a wound along, with.trench  fever. He was here about ten years  ago in. partnership with his brother,.  Lou, ia their 20-acre ranch.  Sister M. Angela of St. Teresa's���������a  home for business girls���������Seattle, whr  "has been a visitor with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood, has returned to Seattle.  Lumber shipping is.inclined to-be .'on  th*e quiet at present, and some of the  Company teams are being used on the  haul of ties taken out by Mr. Samuel-  son last winter.  It is reported that aboot half a dozen  bead of cattle have died from the  effects of eating powder which they  got to at clearing operations at Lister.  The telephone is being installed this  week in the residence of P.'Nelsom  Mr. and Mrs. Spencer haye lately  had a visit from the former's brother,  Jim, who was here from Balfour.  -Tho cst-KrOt.-nillni. anmno    Jo    r������r������i-s-r kainn  ��������� mmxl^   ~x��������� xj~��������� gr ��������� .-..m    xr���������fm-m.xr       ���������        .. XT V* -   XrXr, .. ������,  operated day and night shifts, and so  far has been able to haul enoash loss  %o keep the inill running steady with  an ayerage cut of almost 50,000 a day.  Fred Waylett left on Wednesday on  a  short  holiday trip to Winnipeg,  l-Un%-ft ������V.W^-.*.n     Xtrt       0~..SX      r.XX^~.JS       Xt J%Z~  -������*W...| vv .... x\d      XXXJ        W ,XX      tXUVXrltLX       VXtV   %Al���������*,-  mond wedding celebration of his parents in that city,  Mrs. Axel Bergen has gone to Blairmore, Alta., on a yisit to her husband,  who is working at the mill there..  Peter Burns has lately disposed of  his team to O, Harris, and wiii in future be on the caterpillar crew on the  log haul*  L. Hussack and Andy Wickhoim  are now handling the lumber loading  at the mill on the contract basis. The  latter will have the work in full charge  shortly, as Mr. Uussack is leaying on  an extended trip east.  Board of Tirade's  ..... Jittoiei Meeting  Business befojre Creston Board of  Trade at the June meeting on Tuesday  night Was lai^ely routine, with re-  pbrte of committees largely to the  fore. President-Constable was in the  chair and there; was an attendance of  sixteen members.  Chairman Rodgers of the transportation comhnttee reported fully on the  interview with' C.P.R. Supt. Maharg  early last month, pointing out that  already the company had erected the  long wanted auto loading platform,  and had given the-asked for service at  the station. For the reclamation committee chairman. Constable reported  that it had been decided to informally  place the matter of Kootenay Flats  drainage before the Natural Resources  department of the/C.P.R., while chairman Bennett of the publicity committee stated that a pamphlet was in  course of preparation to be sent out to  enquires  for information re Creston  being formed to handle the Public  Health Nurse which effort is being  made to secure for the Valley. C. W.  Allen was named for the honor. A  letter from" Boswell-Kootenay Lake  Union asking endorsation of their  raoye to have the govern ment announce the route of the pi-oposed  trans-provincial highway was referred  to the transportation sommittee.  The matter of having a sewer system  installed for the town was introduced  and debated by a number of the members. This matter was ah issue some  years ago and on motion Messrs. Mallandaine, Garland and Henderson  were named a committee to investigate the proposition and report at the  earlies possible moment.  Creston's School  Report for May  -G, P. Smith, Principal.  ""*��������������� *i-**tiS oof-    Atjinr-linnr*      "R-rtfr^oT*/.--**   tytaco  ...quvCO      Kr-A.ub..Mj^.       ��������� rx0.0.4. irx 0. xrx.     ���������xj.vxxitr  T7*..llr,   *������ cvlicjr .  m\ -.-  *. : x~   1   JLUCDO.   I.-CtjlfCO ITS    AlxXTKJ  S uniicr MJwvvvativin*  Salvation Arrny services in Mercantile Hall eyex-y Thursday night, with  young people's meeting at 7.30  and  H4nlt������:at������I1-5i     *...';*. ?'. .'Z^:: '..?-. ;Z.A.  ��������� '������������������ ':'yj&Z&':'--<PP&i:-Xripip-;.- C-Jfr LAP- >y?L-Lr..L-..A?:L-  '���������SS*i*timm-S������9S  numerous   of late that  literature of  some soH was impei-ative.  Messrs. Constable and Hayes reported fully on the East Kootenay boards'  of trade conference at Invermere last  month, expressing the opinion that it  would be good business on the part of  Creston board to join up with the  associated board that was organized  there, and which at present consists of  the Golden, Windermere, Cranbrook  and Fernie boards. On motion it was  decided to haye the roport lie on the  table until the July meeting when a  vote will be taken'-on the question.'  The Women's Institute wrote asking the board Jt^^a-me a membsr to   is  Fob Sale���������Buggy, in good shape  McCreath's Livery, Creston.  Oil Stove For Sale���������-Three-burner  Florence, good as new. Mrs. W. V.  Jackson.  Piano Fob Sale���������Ei-aru piano, in  good condition, $250. J. A. P. Crompton, Creston.  For Sale���������Horse, harness and  buggy, also light dump cart. Morrow's blacksmith shop, -ureston.  PotixTBTY* Bob Sale���������Dozen Plymouth Rock hens and one rooster, all  purebred.   L. A. Davis, Creston.  Division I.  t  ���������Violet Morrow, Edith Cook, Louise  Bevan. Fourth Reader���������Frida Lewis,  Ruth Swanson, Clara Morrow.  Perfect Attendance���������Osborn Bell,  Sydney Bell, Louise Bevan, Fred Boffey. Edith Cook, Robert Crawford,  Agnes Hobden.-VElsen Lidgate, Ruth  Lidgate, Robert Moore, Violet Morrow, Louise Romano, Eva Webster,  Gladys Webster, Freda Lewis, George  Handley.  Division IL���������F. Pearce, Teacher.  Highest Standing: Senior. Third-  Donald Young, Ivan Staples, Donald  Spiers. Junior Third���������Arthur Stark,  Ollie Christie, Mary Lewis.  Perfect Attendance���������Ollie Christie,  Donald Young, Bert Quist, Henry  Webster, Keith Lidgate, Herbert  Manuel, Alfred Boffey, Harvey Gobbet, Ervin Davis, Jim Cherrington,  Albert Sherwood, Ben Crawford, Les-  '���������������������������2   tJ\d\4XtxxT   T.-iltr  \X7-Slar-.-n    Invno   1Vfn>r>*ro  Naomi Porter.  Sealed tenders will be received  by the undersigned up till Monday,  June 14th, for. the exclusive right  to serve refreshments of all kinds at.  the Get-Together Day Celebration  at Recreation Park oti Friday, June  25th. Highest or any tender hot  neoessirily accebte^l��������� *-*.- I  ^-m^zMm"Mx?- p-z-  ���������Zr . .'-���������. -.-.ZyZ^^Z0v^i^-Xj*-m.  Frank Palmer, who is in charge of  construction of the irrigation ���������oltch is  making good headway. The ^ worst  stretch of country tb handle; is now  completed, the workmen now beinj*  almost through to the canyon.  C. Fass, who is just back from -in  extended trip into northern B.C., is  spending a few days here with Mr.  and Mrs. M. McCarthy.  Erickoon members of the Women's  Institute netted $25 at their dance in  the interests on the convention fund  on Thursday night last. The affair  was transferred from Mrs. F. Staples'  residence to the Parish Hall at Creston in order to take care of the crowd.  The showery weather at the first of  the week was just what was needed to  start the field vegetable crop off right.  Dong Barney had just completed the  planting of his ten acres of tomatoes  two days previous.  The F. B. Turner ten acre ranch is  reported sold, and tho bnyers are expected in this week to take up the  option on it. Mr. Turner will move  into Creston to reside if the deal is  closed.  Erickson furnished the first of the  Juno weddings. On Monday morning  Milt Beam and Mis9 Daisy Rhodes of  Canyon City were quitely married at  Christ Church. Creston, Rev. C. C.  Owen of Vancouver officiating. The  bride's costume was of pale blue silk,  and she was assibted by Mius Burns of  Canyon, while Geo. Muwson of Ores-  ton supported tho groom. After the  ceremony a simptuouu wedding dinner  , was served at their home here. At  ' uight tho finishing touch was giyen  the happy event when a regulation  charivari was tendered Mi-, and Mih.  Benin, who will reside on the groom's  ranch here.  Mrs. Thurston was a yinitor with  Neli-eon fiie'iulH for a fewdaya the early  part of the week.  E. HaskiiiH hint month enlaiKt-d hits  holding'-! of Valley p-operty by the  purchase of a five-aero tract in the  JJeivv Addition nr.er Unvn���������.n;i������i.> tin;  roadway from the Sherwood ranch.  Ah a town honu-hite tho location could  Inn illy be beat.  'S  BIG CjET=TOGETHER DAY  BS  t-km-B-ktim  mmmamt*.  mtmmmm  BBSS  Division III.���������Miss Hunt. Teacher.  Highest Standing: Senior Second������������������  Helen Moore, Alya Quist, Elizabeth  Lewis. Junior Second���������Nadine Bell,  Marion Collis, Fred Christie. First  Reader���������Clarence Staples,' Lily Lewie,  Ervin OlseHi  Perfect Attendance���������John Belanger,  Fred Christie, Charles Cotteril, Edith  Couling, Elizabeth Lewis, Helen  Moore, Edna Nicholls, Alya Quist,  William Manuel, Lily Lewis, William  Busb^Gorden Spiers.  *���������*'  Division IV.���������Miss Roy, Teacher.  ������������������-- Highest Standing: Second Primer  Muriel Oatway, Arthur Couling, Re*  pfaina Androsov. First Priiher���������Laura  Hpfifiesif Jean ^MrCreathV Frank C^a;w-  ford, Receiving Class^���������Aileen Spratt,  Gwendoline Web^er^-Tom Crosth-  wait.  ^Perfect Attendance���������-Rophina Androsov, John Blinco, Ena Christie,  Letty Couling, Arthur Couling, Frank  Crawford, Cathrine Embree, Jean  Henderson. Jessie Learmonth, Edith  Lewis, Jean McCreath, Muriel Oatway.  Dora Spratt, Arthur Webster, Tom  Crosthwait, Marion Embree, Betty  Speers, Aileen Spratt, Gwen Webster,  Hester Wilson, Ross Wilson, Elsie  Spiers.  RECREATION PARK,.  C1REST0N  FRIDAY, JUNE 25th  ir f    nr-i  JUasetralt i ournameni.     Horse Races.  Athletic Sports.    Novelty Contests  Loggers' Competitions.  Wynntfet  The dance under the auspices of  Wynndel baseball club on Saturday  was a huge success. A largo crowd  turned out, and with H. Bathie as  master of ceremonies eyerything went  fine. Quite a nice sum was realized  for the club funds.  Mrs. E. W, Wall has her mother,  sister and aunt, of Calgary, Alta., on  a visit to her.  E, S. Butterfield speut the week-end  at Balfour visiting friends.  The representative of the A. Macdonald Co.. Nelson, paid Wynndel a  ���������jusiiu'.sy visit on Wednesday, und will  make regular calls here in future.  Mrs. A.  inn their  this week,  Packman and child are vibit-  sister, Mrs. H. F, Packman,  Wynndel baseball team will play  Creston on Sunday. Tlie club wants  eyery player to Ket out ami loosen up.  Miss Dorothy Payette fell down the  railway embankment on Saturday,  breaking her wrist. Dr. Henderson  was called, the heme was set and is  now mending nicely, with Dorothy as  cheerful as ever.  The berries will b������  er  than  huA  year.  H        n     H j~W 4 pL ^  >������������������> *���������**���������������������������* f���������*     trnm/L~mmt(     ���������XQumqr'  ' .rx, mm ~ ir jim tm  madiitid^tf mjdmm  ������T*l!&~m  Vmmd Id Vd\,4  Mr. Witherhead left on Monday on  hii!*ih-"'M vinit, loYahl' and Wardner,  at both   of which   pointH   he   ban been  eeiie.ii ������ ei ������e������-^ eilj^ L .Jt.'t t ..y. t;. tle.it '.'.I.! 1....I  <>f yi'iiv-i  unle  t a reunplete.  .vi-err.,,   rf-ilxr   ������,1#1rt.������*     I \ ,-,,,. v-u     ������|r|*)|  1.  ���������51 'M ���������  imi    JBr'  If you like excitement come and get action  from 10 a.m. until midnight  coimidornblv latin 15)10 the." Ih-j-t  crate wan ahipped on June 12th.  Mr*".    N't' 'MH-'f *���������������    lle>V'->>)     Wllleh     W!i'i  left tied at Wynndel Mercantile atore  one day lust, week, took fright, ut a hit  of (lying  paper,  and   in   its  runaway  ,*y t!u*   hu-^^y win**.-  ripped eeir, litii. (hih Wiih  tin  lige doiii-.  edlided  with  ,-*.-.*  onlv tlimi-  ('.   II.   Itohiiiheui.  took a liuik over tht-  d.iV, Ki-ia^;   Lin   lt>   -  llir.ell.  fishery   inspector,  elist i ict on Hatur-  1.  in ll.  eft.  Willi  Hiirk,  e i.i se  l'������'|*>l*eir   ������ei  lit. Orillin.  I lie*    'ei-.ei i  Out., lust  III,     JX I.    Illtf-  moiith.    1)<-  ,   '.. ...   > e .... ,  r\-. TT  m?T7KT    FP1  ���������"A.     r     MS      JX       Mt       m    ~0    -u    s      Jx    W  .-...������������������    -~      T ���������- ���������     ���������   ---  !rivin<r irrown-ups  rtr-t  I  "i -rrc  . ^^^. ,.  to hcl]  on sp.lc* to ruliilis onlv,  ) with expenses.  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Xf^f s  jy-rr.j'zAm  PAiM\  *.C''\^I  :**W  ���������!*"���������.*������������������.  g'^i'l  ^^y^i^ip^ji^i^s^^ BEVIEW,     CBESTOH,  ���������   I*    ���������vi/iAMlnix  I   Am    l~--~t%/y~m'i?&2&m.'-'  -m    V������_���������  15   1UUI  B i������/v-u*������&alrt  Read This  i that he is very well connected, a thoroughly nice_fellow, and usually pays  his debts,     ihcy knew each other in  Sleeplessness is a warning of forces  at war within the body���������all is not  harmony���������something needs correction.  icy  the Philippines, where he was corresponding or fighting or both, and Pembroke was fishing for pearls at a place  called Jolo."  "1 know him," muttered Ruggles,  sliding deeper into his chair. "Well,  now let's have Alessandra���������and then  I'll go up and sort of-rest for a little  while."  j    "Alessandra," said Miss Elliot, "has  -T.        . r    * x      xi      ~.r.ji    -!succumbed utterly to the fascinations  Nine times out of ten the body is lf      a distinguished-looking  loaded with the poisons olf half elmi:  Ffench    naval    officer,   the    Marquis  Raoul    de    Poligny    de    Pouilly-en-  inated and half digested food. Brain  and nerves are irritated, sleep is impossible.  No prescription ever formulated  produces the rapid results of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills.  They flush every impurity from the  body, keep every organ working well,  remove the evil effect of lost sleep,  and set you up in a few days.  Try Dr. Hamilton's Pills today,  see how much better you feel, see how  much easier it is to face the day's  work.  Your blood is nourished, your nerves fed with new vital power, vigor  and health is sent to every part of  your system. ���������  It's because Dr. Hamilton's Pills  make each organ do the work Nature  expects of it, because it ensures harmony, health and vigor to the system,  that it cures sleeplessness, languor,  depression and nervousness.  Isn't there a reason why you should  use Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Sold in  25c boxes by all dealers.  SP  T?l  ���������B-B^np  lea  JLJS~r~.~?J  1  ��������� 3*8   ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with Thos. Allen,  Toronto.  ^  Auxois���������"  "Gee!    How did you remember all  that���������"  " ���������who has been retired^ with the  rank of first lieutenant owing to an  injury received in the explosion of  the Patrie, which has resulted in a defect of his hearing. Raoul is no longer in the first flush of youth; about  forty, I should say, but seems to be  a very splendid man. The captain of  our ship introduced him. He fell in  love with Roxana, first, but on learning that she was practically engaged,  he tacked ship and ran alongside Bulbul���������because she happened to be the  nearest, perhaps. But that brought  Livingstone galloping down the deck,  and he looked so ferocious that Raoul  seemed to think one of the other two  chances might be better worth while.  Rosa was apparently quite willing to  lead him on, as there was no prospect  of her seeing her Humberto for about  a month, but 1 squelched.that, and he  brought his starboard batters to bear  on Alessandra, his port ones being out  of action as the result of the explosion. She fell madly in love with him  on thc spot, particularly as the three  other girls were already bespoken,  and now she can talk of nothing else.  Indeed, she might go farther and fare  worse, because he is a very kind, simple-hearted man and extremely intelligent. He and Livingstone gotvery  thick, and Gallatin told me that Kaoui  had asked, him to stand his friend in  the business. You see, Raoul's got  only his pay and he's getting on a bit.  But 1 must say he seems crazy about  Alessandra, and I'm sure he'd make  her a kind and devoted husband. Thc  jtwo of them came up with us on the  train   from   Marseilles   and   they   " ���������  Hemp Possibilities  In Manitoba  'i-.T*.^ .-*  Should Read MrsaMonyhaa's  Letteff Published by.  Her Permission*.  Mitchell, Ind.���������" Lydia E. Pmfcnanra  Vegetable Compound helped me so much  during  the time *  was lookingforward  to the coming of my  little one that I am  recommending it to  other expectant  mothers.   Before  taking it, some day a  I suffered with neuralgia so badly that  I  thought I could  not live, but after  taking three bottles  of LydiaE. Pank-  ham's Vegetable  Compound I was entirely relieved of  neuralgia, 1 had  gained in strength  and was able to go  around and  do aU  my housework,   niy baby when seven  months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel  better than I have for a long time.   1  never  had any medicine do me so  much srood."���������Mrs. Peari* Monyhan,  Mitchell, Ind.  Good health during maternity Is a  most important factor tc both mother  and child, and many letters have been  received by the Lydia E. Pihkham  Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of  health restoredduringthis trying period  bv the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  a iiuge Kope and Cordage Industry  May Be Developed  Dr. W. J. Harington, a member of  the Manitoba legislation, is of the  opinion that Manitoba may become  one of the world's largest hemp-producing districts, and as a result a huge  rope and cordage industry may bc developed in this province.  "Hemp grown In Dauphin district!  last summer," he says, "was from 12'  to 14 feet-high when harvested, and  I am given to understand that the  yield in relation to the seed used was  as great, if not greater, than is to be  found in any part of the world where  the industry bas been established for  years. There is an opportunity here  for Manitoba to come to the front as  a rope, twine, cordage and paper  manufacturing province, as all these  things are manufactured of hemp  fibre, and I would urge upon the government the necessity of giving earnest attention to thc encouragement of  the industry.  Many a Canadian  Beauty owes her  exquisite complexion  to the use of  Baby's Own Soap9  Cleansing���������Healing-���������Fragiant  "/is Best for Baby  and Best for You"  Albert Soaps Umlte J, Kfn., ilontriri.  a.  gmAAmrm&i-Trr cab  FALLING HAIR  '"--(Continued.)  "Well, he happened to paddle by in  his canoe while the girls were waiting there, and hc saw Rosa and  promptly fell in love with her. He  knew vvho they were, and after that  he climbed the wall several times and  managed to slip up and throw notes  into their windows. It's my private  opinion that he bribed Hassan, but I  couldn't swear to it."  "That Hassan person never looked  right  to mc,"  Ruggles said.  "Humberto," Miss Elliot continued, "assured me on his word of honor as a gentleman that this was the  first time that he and Rosa had ever  met, but that he was wildly in love  with her and wanted to marry her.  I told him that in that case he had  better let me talk to his mother, and  he said that hc wished I would. So  the next day I went there and called.  The old lady was pretty cattish at  first, but when she learned itiotc about  the girl, and particularly that she had  a dot of a million francs, she warmed  up considerably. The next day I invited her and Humberto to tea, and.  well���������to make a long story shorter���������  they arc both cominpc on to Paris in  a couple of weeks to ask your consent to the marriage."  "Gee!"   muttered   Ruggles,  between  are  going to call on you as soon as you  T������ ^l���������;.,���������,l      tiwv-     t\v40  A    V X.    *wA*aiurrrvu     x������.xx-    -..���������  about his being recalled, it looks like  he was out of a job just now, doesn't  it? And he doesn't seem to care  about breaking his neck hunting for  another."  "But he's of very good family and  a West Pointer���������an ex-officer in thc  United States Army," Miss Elliot  protested.  "So far as I can see,". Ruggles observed, "his family don't seem to be  good for his meal tickets. And as  for his being a one-time army officer,  why did he get out?"  "I'm sure  i don't know, Mr.  Rug-  1 girls could not marry without consent  and that you were going to be very  particular in choosing their husbands."  She began to laugh again, dropping  p^^rrcd to write for his living."  her face in her hands with her char-,jr  For a few cents you can save  your hair and double  its b/*-<,,itv  gles," said Miss Elliot, with a tone  that tried to be injured but somehow  failed** of  its   effect.    "No   doubt   he  One Big Union Takes Increase  A resolution stating that they are  willing to accept the 14 per cent. la-,  crease in pay pending further negotiations which they insist must be entered into, has been adopted by th������  One Big Union mining district of Al-  ���������berta, and forwarded to the Minister  of Labor. The resolution also opposes the recent order of the fuel  commissioner, requiring that all mia-  ers must be members of the United  Mine Workers of America, the international organization, or leave their  work.  |ii������li������H|������l|.i|<l������������ne|il|H|-,|���������|H|^,l*|  t  i...t..m~mxm  \  acteristic manner. Ruggles did not  laugh. On the contrary, he leaned  back in his chair gripping its ample  arms rather tightly in either hand,  while a frown, or rather a deep groove  which betokened an intensity of  thought, drew itself straight up between his eyebrows. His face, still  pale from occasional periods of physical pain which came from time to  time when overtired, was rather  drawn and the shadows under his  eyes darker than usual.  Miss Elliot looked up, still laughing. At sight of Ruggles's expression  her mirth died a sudden and violent  death.  "What is it?" she asked quickly.  "Are    you ill?"  "Oh, no," Rugglcs answered; "I'm  just thinking of what you've just told  me.  his   tee:  thou-rh r  head. '  A\c^:.-.  ami :���������.::���������'.  OV f '*   i r*  Mi----   V  rr'. - ' i t  r.    ���������. ���������   .  <  (.:-.  tb-  hr-r  t'r- ������������������".*,  T* r.  (To Be Continued.)  The green and yellow tints so frequently to be found in caterpillars  are believed to be due to coloring  matter derived from their food, and  passed through Tlie blood of the spinners. * By impregnating leaves with  artificial colors the experimenters  caused some species of caterpillars  to produce silk of bright orange-yellow and fine rose hues.  Here is What the  Principal Learned  To stop falling hair at once and  rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a small bottle of delightful  "Danderine" at any drug or toilet  counter for a few cents, pour a little  in your hand and rub it into the scalp.  After several applications the hair  usually stops coming out and you  can't find any dandruff.. Kelp your  hair grow gtrong, thick and long and  become soft, glossy and twice as  beautiful  and  abundant.  A Polar Coal Field  "Wouldn't   that   jar   yon  He moppeei liis moist fe*">rc-  'e!l.  how  about   Bulbul  and  Pr    I   <.;'.**.po.*-*(������������������   King  Ferdin-  iir.*_r Cor..-?<..-j.i'-jJic i.niic flyin'  "rii.'tn'.-s   to   r-c't   them."  didn't   have     time**,"   replied  v..     "i'i-.ilbul   'nas  hren   com-  i by  ���������"-.r,   A ::*K*ri<'*in  seiliiii-r of  !..*, i.  .'   '.V?:.:  IV,:**;- gri'b-.ate  <-.���������.*.*   '*:***:'*���������*   ?.-.   :.   v.-.ii*   covrer-,-  His  r*"!'"**" ]---'  re-r*:*l'ed  bltii,  i'.i-il'j .'-���������:    ' ���������*:>    i*i'*.r.;ni]    e'j:i   in  ��������� *-���������-]������������������'."   to   -vi*-*-   a   bis'ory   nf  i ['���������   :*.;.;. **.   ��������� k-v.   ii   r.i ay   take  ' ,-  ���������>-���������������������������.'���������.���������������������������:. if  : b i :i:.."-'. lce������e*'i on  a*-*  ' -.-.*   c*'.-r:,"C,  but   I b;i 1   lu*  is  in  ���������   v.*'-''i:'i   ,*'���������;   ;.-.in<!   rem abiiiur  l!   I*,! I.l   live-;*  for  li  on  H'i'.b ,'i   i.f   v.*���������*'���������!:  fifty.     .'������������������(-������������������iibroU-  \ru  c,u>-  day, ;.:,'}  a  inr'   f'bii-'-.   atid       f>.  rn���������!i'���������    ! .;��������� i ',:    ���������.>'������������������ >:  M a i* ; r, i! ��������� *���������-.   ' o   c  his  sy s;'��������� i I..     II  c.i-i-Art]  v. iiii  lbi  ,.,.,,.,���������.> :I:,r    ..]-..  pl.'le'.r,     a Iill      \\r.      i'i      :������������������:  mran to .'orn'* arou  mav *..'.'t l,e- fro'r'1 rn.*  g-*t \t out. I'/nlbo! i:  nnd   *��������� *���������   '���������'.'"   is   elark  a:-1 I:- i*: built  .1 :111' /1, i. ,i -'. : i: t i  ',  b-   -...i-ndi.'.Iy  Kiel  Ik-oii   liav  if   ef-i;. nice]  i   nil-   sinn  \    '.li  ���������'i'i'  ic v ���������������������������  bnl If lia-: j'*ot  r. vl '-in in in  in    l'.*ii*.   and  i]     TO     '*, fl*     if  :, !,*   tr,  b<*!o  !n*.e<!   niiivu  a if'   p'uii'T)  b*"'ii if'i  ami jt:  on*-.,'li",  ������tlie*-'.*'  "ir*. in  " t <* i .���������  Mlli.n.  or '! .:���������  rtf*    ib  :\  M;  r.y.r  "Then why do you look like that?  Are you angry?"  "Not at all. I don't sec anything  to  be angry about."  "Then what is it?" The color poured into her face. "1 thought you'd be  Ruggles; here you had these girls  on your hands to marry off as best  awfully glad. Why, just think, Mr.  you could, and now it luoks as if it  were practically done and you had  nothing   more   to  bother   about."  "1 don't quite sec it that way," Rugglcs answered slbwly.    "1 never counted   on   carryin-   out   Hamid   Pasha.'s  directions    in   quite     this  \vay._      My  bother  doesn't     matter.       Resides,   I  guess I'm well paid for it.    Now, look  liere,    Miss   Elliot,"���������he   dropped   his  elbow on  the arm of the chair, rested  bis   chin   in   his  hands,  and  his  clear,  hli-ie**   eyes   looked   steadily   into      her  gray ones, just now filled with a hurt,  resr-ntful   look,  ���������  "let's  go  over  this  tbinp;   carefully,  just   like   it   was  any  oilier business proposition  that  needed   some   studying   out.     Take   Rosa,  now���������we'll  leave  Roxana for  the  last  ��������� Mow abont this young Italian? Has  to ii),*.   -riot   any money  oi   ms own:  of I     "1  don't  really believe that he has,"  Mi-*.-, K1U,A answered, "hut his mother  mifrt  have a  little, as  they seemed  to  b<* livinf quite comfortably."  "Uut all the same, she jumped at  the cbanre of getting 'dm married to  11.or,;,  when  she.- heard of  Rosa's dot,  elielil'l    slier"  i "She seemed willing," Miss Klliot  !-..hi,it*,*<1.   "But he'r, got a good title."  I 11   W.iMl   I    lil'i   i^iitni,   oewli'/.h,   iu   1,1^'  | 11-j a bnl'* girl out of a harem that  '���������ii.i.1 jeisi -.Timbrel elown a wistaria vine  'to meet him in lhe garden, war, it? I  \'',i\t-fir.  it   wouldn't   fetch  much  on  the  DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS    ARE  THE REMEDY FOR KIDNEY ILLS  Principal of Saskatchewan Schools  Tells Out of His Own Experience  What to do When the Kidneys are  Diseased.  to  you  iii m  ii in.  and  ������������������Af-  Webb, Sask., February 23.���������(Special.) ��������� That there is onc sovereign  rcun-dy for kidney disease and that  reim-dy is Dodd's Kidney Pills is the  outspoken opinion of Mr. George  Hntcliings, principal of the public  schools here.  "1 suffered for two years from  diseased kidneys," Principal Hutch-  ings states. "1 was advised about a  year ago to try Dodd's Kidney l'ills.  They have helped me more than any  remedy 1 have ever tried. I find that  my health has been greatly improved.  "1 can conscientiously recommend  Dodd's Kidney Pills to anyone snlTer-  ing from kidney disease. I wonld not  be vitiioul  tbciu."  Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on  the kidneys. They help the kidneys  to de> tlie.ii full work of sli-aiiiing all  the impurities out of the blood. Thi-  result is new health and energy nil  over thc body. Ask your neighbors  about  Dodd's   Kidney   Pilln.  Spitzbergen  Output From  500,00  to  1,000,000 Tons Annually  An artist in "Karikaturcn," published   in   Christiana,   pictures   a   portly  polar bear reading    the    Spitzbergen  address of welcome to King Haakon  of Norway, other polar bears smiling  approval,  and   the   King's    boatmen,  with their mittened hands on the oars,  waiting impatiently till thc ceremony  is   over  and   thc king  returns   where  it   is   warmer.     The   world   at   large  knows little of Spitzbergen, which thc  Peace   Conference   awarded   to   Norway, but the fact that last winter thc  population of Arctic Ocean Archipelago   numbered    about    500    men,   of  whom  more than 400 were  Norwegians and  the   rest   Swedes,  combined  with the. statement that of late years  the Norwegians have done much for  thc     development     of     Spitzbergen  seems  to justify the  award,  and  the  cartoonist of "Karikaturcn" no doubt  expresses the feelings of the average  Norwegian.    There  is  coal  in   Spitzbergen, and thc output, under proper  development,   has   been   estimated   at  from 500,000 to 1.000,000 tons annually  but for only three months of the year  and   sometimes   for   only   onc,   \z   the  land   free   of  ice and  the  way  open  for vessels.  i ��������������� aiii'-g'.a  YES= ---"������������������"������������������-  CORNS LIFT OUT  WITH FINGERS  ���������an>i.eai.-fci������aMtiio������'r������������.e^.*"0������'t'r''������'r-#*^������a������^r^f>..>  You simply say to the drug store  m-an. "Give me a quarter o������ an ounce  of freezone." This will cost very little  but is sufficient to remove every hard  or soft corn from one's feet.  A few drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender,  aching corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon the entire  corn, root and aii, dries up and can  bc lifted out with the fingers.  This new way to rid one's feet of  corns was introduced by a Cincinnati  man, who says that, while freezone is  sticky, it dries in -a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin.  Don't let father-die of infection or  lockjaw from whittling at his corn*������������  but chp this out and make him try it.  Mexico has a tribe of Indians whose  language is limited to about 300  words, and who cannot count more  than ten.  n 11  I.i'  o-.  'in,  ;i  * l   ... .  . t'r II'-  ���������!).*,  lll.l r  .'.  .Mi-  ;*. I :".*.���������.* i  ' 111   y w ti  l.lliot  hit her lip und did not  mmtf    rlUX,   Xt-m  * ' m/       -***���������  Whole-iora*, tir.*ti-ii~<j.  MU&ttmtiT ������������"'���������������"-5���������"'������!"��������� 3 --* --i!.2������  ���������m-w<9.mm *L0||*������a���������Murine ior Rr.d-  ixt.mx., 'P:ti.c.:-i",, (Ir*.!!!-'-.!*--  th.n.ltchhi^iinilli'.irrihix  "���������  of  tn������   i-.yr.vl Ki   i-ycb.li.,  *. -     % A i.,-ft 4-V _    .4 4,.r,-ir.rr     4,f     Ci4i)f  tft'ili mZt. tfeiur cotiMrtir-tt.   XatV   'itiut   Utuxui-t  tnt "Miir-Sri-** ***-Ji<������r������ y'-ei/ t'.y*-* U-i-A Ctsrn. Si-to  -���������*���������- :-       0 -.    d - rx ,-..,, r .x ,r.0  ^Sr  ..    thi:,     T.i-viin.s.tone,"   "Rngglrn  <��������� ������������������."-I .ei     "Who'.-* i.'.oiiiu' to put tip tor  _|ii)iil     IOI      Hie:    iuiii'.J     yr.Lii.     Ue.i-     IU'  .*.  ' ! r.i '.i'i-?   bi     lii..;.o*v   "f  Turkey?     11..'i  he   y.(.\   .my   moiiry   outaidc   o!   what  I i r    11 .*. i >��������� '   -. ;'  Mi*,*,   l.lliot looked rather dlr.turlnvl.  "I   .!.M,'i   belbw-   he*   \r.ir.,  from     what  il.<.ni   i'e-uibroue*     *,.iiej,"   uhc   faltered^  I "but   hf'ii  j.  very   leiilli.uit   wilier  fcttu  I r.i i ei ,    .1    l; n m     ..i i.u y.  "A*,   loin-   ae.  he*-*   on   the  job."  ������J*i������l  ''' ' "   I' * ( ���������  ,     ���������     ������ .  ��������� -viol) n*"������-*#  '������������������"������������������������������������ ���������'*���������  A Pennsylvania water company has  prevented the condensation of moisture on the outside of its pipes by  coating them with ground cork, applied alter they Have been coaic*! with  u cement paint.  Judge.��������� Have you anything to offer  the court before t-iculcuci: i^ pu^cd  on   you?  Prisoner.���������No, your honor; my lawyer  took my  last dollar.  The   arctic   tern   is   the   foot-loo.se  wanderer of thc bird world.   It breeds  far   within   the   Arctic   circle,   as   far  north as it can find land on which to  build its nest, and spends thc winter  aa   near   the   South   \>*A*m   .ll.   .1   cr.n  find open  water in which  to  find its  food.    Its summer and winter homes  are 11,000 mil -s apart and necessitate  an  annual  louud  tiip of at  \c:'.A 22,-  000  miles.    The  name "Arctic" well  suits it;  the young havc been  found  within 7 deg. of the pole, and the ucut  frequently mmA bc irccu lioiii ;.uo\v,  Youth  and Ag|e  -"���������JpilEXlE ia no time in worn-  nn'a life that she cannot  benefit by tho uso of Dr.  Cha8e,,8 Nervo Food in ordou  to keep up the supply of pure,  rich blood and to ensure a  healthful condition of tho  nervous system.  Headaches, tieuralKla, ���������leeploas*  nous, nurvouti upellM, Irritability,  tlro-u, voni-out fcUInc***:, coon rtt=appear when the vlcor and ���������n'uruy ot  the nervca uro roiitorod by th# uatt  of thin urt-iixt food ���������ein-ft.  F  mm-v*       ONCE  $ WO ^QSJ^jfff  Wm������,       *IW* W IMf* 'XmT*       JHT^^tk. "MB**- \U'  ^matx   Hinffuffi   y|lH        MB       U������  ffleeumP  r^g\ WW* fTiTV*.Tf������rS|S  0. 0,0  id   ~X . ..0rm0\0.0,01X00 -TX0Y  -t.Jdi0Lj0.mx0d  ixlxl   y.~i.x.x4   U    Liun,   Li    LtjL   >^..44\   ...���������.������    ...  TDel-mftrtBOji, nntciu ft  Co,,  XM���������  'Xoronto*  Tuberculosig among minerfi hafj decreased since the introduction of electric power into South African gold  inine*.  W.  M.  O.  1304  tMift*i4U**W.Ve  fHiittftfnrj-r  i&ii&HQiil*}!^^  ���������'��������� * 1 [iiiMiitaiiiiin  wm&smLm'' ~     ��������� THE     BEYIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     C.  CSS  I ��������������������������� -h  MOrn?v'  ���������tvy  I ������f\ A *M  1' Market For Toyi  ON IMPROVED FARM PROPERTY     |  Apply to C. Q. PARKER, Western Manager 55  THE EXCEmOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. ���������  348 Mam St       -.'*'-       WINNIPEG, MAN. |  in Gr@at Brlt-idii  1  Yes, Cold All  Gone���������Not A  Bit of Cough  Left  Feel great this morning. As soon as I  felt it coming on yesterday I used  Gray's Syrup and nipped it in the bud.  fust couldn't miss an hour at the office,  we are so busy and short'handed.  Gray's Syrup is a habit in our family,  the folks have used it for sixty years.  I Mwe-eya buy ttt������ Large &IM O*  Labor Leader's Warning  Crash Coming If World Work Does  Not Increase  London.���������J. H. Thomas, railway  workers' leader, says that the state of  the world is such that unless something is done speedily a crash will  come when nobody will suffer more  than the workers. He says that thc  British workmen must work a quarter harder than before the war, the  French twice as hard, and the Germans eighteen times harder. Mr.  Thomas adds that the Labor party's  difficulties arose not because of other  parties being more clever, but through  the damnable jealousies in its own  ranks.  MM11"  A Splendid Opportunity If Canadian  Manufacturers Can Supply -  Demand  Toys sold on the English market  at the present time have not reached  a very high-degree of excellence,  and as tho prices are very high, Canadian manufacturers have a splendid  opportunity to sell large quantities in  Great Britain, according to a Canadian Government trade report- The  report adds that while Germany will  undoubtedly be an important competitor in the British market, the manufacturers  of  that country   will   prob-  NERVE - tCf.rC  CONSUUATSONFREE  St  1 JU( I  LumuBru  Hail Insurances  Saskatchewan   Municipalities   Intend  to Persevere in the Face  of Losses  While the history of the Saskatchewan  Municipal Hail Insurance Association has not been at all encourag  ing, the farmers are showing a dispo-  ably confine their attention as in thejsition to persevere and hope for better times in  the future, when a few  past to the cheaper grades of toys. In  the better class of toys Canadians  should find their: opportunity.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  "\5l The Great JSngliait x.emeay.  "fj Tonoa and Invigorates the wholo  ���������*3������������ nervoupBVBtom, makes n~vr Blood  *>ws^in old "veins. Vureo Kervous  Debility, Mental and Brain Worry, Ue.optnx.  dency, /.osa of Unergv, J'alpilatitm cf the  Start, Failing Memory. Frico 91 pet? bos, nix  forf-3. ' Sold brail  ���������druKtzurts or nailed in plMn peg. oa recoint of  I!������91CIN1  i pnm.pl  ECO..  TOBONTO.OHT. CFcBitli'^asssrJ  Brazil's new president has urged on  his congress the irrigation of more  than 2,000,000 acres of land in the  northeast of the republic, where famine has cost more than 1,000,000 lives  ���������ince 1877.  HEART   SO   BAD  WAS NOT SAFE TO  s   r ������ur    > t r- ���������r**-**    as   s\fs.if  llavc. ntn MLUI\E.  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue! Remove poisons from little stomach*  liver and bowels  A cent up or down in the wholesale  price of hides makes a difference of 14  cents a hundredweight for the beef.  In old-fashioned butchering hides  were often partly spoiled. In modern  packing eight or ten experts take off  each hide. This specialization gives  a better grade leather and enables the  farmer to get a better price for livestock than the local butcher can pay.  years of freedom from hailstorms will  enable the association tp build up a  reserve, something which so far they  have failed to accomplish. Up to  date, the association has been notified  of only four rural municipalities which  have decided to withdraw from the  association, thus leaving 120 municipalities which still place their faith in  municipal hail insurance on the assessment plan.  Miss Eva P. Yateman, Krugers-  . dorf, Ont., writes: ��������� "I feel that I  ' must write and tell you of the benefit I have received from Mil-  burn's Heart and Nerve Pills.  About four years ago _ I was  taken terribly bad with my  heart, nerves and fainting spells, and  was down in bed for about _ six  months. I doctored with two different doctors and seemed to get better,  although the fainting spells would  not leave me. I would take such terrible falls, wherever I was, that it  was not safe to leave me at home at  any time. At last I decided to resort to proprietary medicines and  took several different kinds, but  seemed to receive but little benefit  from them. One day noticing the  advertisement of Miiburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills I decided to try  them, and before I had taken more  than two boxes I could see they were  helping me. I have taken about ten  boxes, and am almost cured of those  terrible spells. -I sincerely feel that  your medicine has proved a blessing  to me, and I advise any one troubled  with thcir heart to try them, as I am  confident thcy will find relief."  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills  are 50c a box at all dealers or mailed  direct on receipt of price by The.T.  Milburn  Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  SATISFYING REL1  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child    is  having the    best and  most  FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE  increase    lour   ivcrvous   xirnersy   oy  Building Up the Blood With Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  Nervous people who have not yet  developed a disease that can be recognized and treated by the medical  profession have the greatest trouble  in finding relief. Irritation, headache,  sleeplessness, nervous indigestion, all  these discomforts make life miserable  but are endured rather than run a  doctor's bill without hope of recovery.  Every such sufferer should know the  danger of such a condition to the nervous system. Nervous debility and  even paralysis may result if the tone  of the nerves is not restored by building up the blood. As a tonic for the  blood and nerves Dr. Williams Pink  Pills have been used.with the greatest  success.   They have a direct action on  VSTtiXmB  Sir   Sloan's Liniment has the punch  that relieves rheumatic  twinges  VnTHOUT JPUBB BLOOD HEALTH ISJMPOSSIBIdl  ���������a  _     _ _"_ _     _  n������-w������#4Uic������rU-.  BTtAIl-t JXXit*  WTEBVJ2 FOO0  -Trial Bottlo either B-smcsetr 3*.. leidtiis Cleruiti* OS  Veta*-toBamedleriOo..OQisalOak. N.W^. tondun. Bng,  HAiif & Ciii'tijB? SSruSaT'SS.  Plt.L.8   POR  THS  _      _iL.lveB*8:KiONeY3  iBvalus.'bls for -Umsms est these Important orjmna.  -Qn-rel, Palnsjn the Baek.JJout^lUiemraatUni, Tri-"*  sa., inaalne vaemUw ar ur iris vi.bk.0 meij. cq_  xtt...   textui-ja    Xrtxvitxxsmttm   -*~    *s*      >uu  x-x~ue������v    j***ja*.    x-xm  HiVBBSTOCK  RD..  N.W.5.  LONDOH   BNGI.ANt  harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Child-i the blood and therefore enable it to  ren love its delicious fruity taste. Full  carry to the nerves the elements they  need   to   fully   restore   their   normal  function���������and   at the  same  time im-  directions   for   child's   dose   on   each  bottle.    Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  The Widow's Spite  The Parson.���������Mrs. Smithers seems  very cross with me���������didn't you notice  she almost cut me?  The Friend.���������I'm not surprised!  The Parson.���������But why?  The Friend.���������Don't you remember  when you were preaching her husband's funeral service you said he  had gone to a better home?���������London  Passing   Show.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  This warmth-giving, ^ congestion-  scattering, circulation-stimulating remedy penetrates without rubbing  right to the aching spot and brings  quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains,  sprains, strains, stiffness, headaches,  lumbago, bruises.  Get your bottle today-*���������costs little,  means much.    Ask your druggist for  m      1 rn TT- .  . _        f.       t.   . * 0 -*���������  4      XI-}/      LJLLLLL-. JXCCJS     li      HoilUV     IOF     SD-g  whole family. The big bottle Is economy. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made in  Canada.  America ��������� Pioneer  Dog Remedice  BOOK  ON  DOO    DISBASSS  and -How x* tftttm  MaO-sd    Fre*������    te    aar  Addres*  fey fas  Author  H.   C*LAY  GLOVER  CO.,   INC.,  1IB    Went .Slst-street,  New Vork. O.S.A.  MONEY ORDERS  Send  ������   Dominion   Express   Money  Fire dollars cost* three cents.  Order,  ��������� ***t���������j'*u*:  SSB  Never dispute with a man more  than seventy years of age, or with a  woman of any age.  The world's greatest iodine works  are in Chili having an annual output  of 400.000 pounds. .  The Last Resort  In old England thc following story  admirably illustrates the industrial  situation: Two miners were discussing  thc   minimum  wage.  "Say, Bill," said the first, "what's  this 'ere minimum wage?"  Bill  spat.  That's what wc gets for goin' down;  an' if" we. wants tcr make any more  brass, we goes and does some work  for it."  prove the general health. The benefits that follow the use of this medicine, is shown by the statement of  Mrs. Jenny Marr, R.R. No. 3, Port  Rowan, a well known school teacher,  who says���������"Some years ago I*, became  greatly run down and was in this  condition for nearly a year. A doctor  whom I called in said 1 was suffering  from complete nervous prostration.  It would hardly be possible to tell  all the symptoms of my case, but anyone who has passed through a nervous breakdown will know what I  suffered. As I did not seem to improve under the doctor's treatment,  I decided to try Dr. Williams Pink  Pills, and the decision was a fortunate  onc for me, as I soon found some  relief through the use of the pills,  and after taking eight boxes I was  fully restored to health. To-day I  am strong and hearty, without an  ache or pain, and for my present  physical condition I feel I am indebted  to  Dr.  Williams   Pink   Pills,  and  An adjustable handle enables a new  saw to make horizontal cute easily.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Mrs.   Russell:   What   Is   your  husband's average in come,.Mrs. Harper?  Mrs. Harper: Oh, about midnight.  ican heartily recommend them to any  _ .  . . one suffering from nervous troubles."  The minimum wage?      You can procure Dr. Williams Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or thcy will be sent you by mail at  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  by writing direct to The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ontario.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Colds Cau5e Headaches and Pains  Feverish Headaches and Body Pains  caused from a cold are soon relieved by  taking LAXATTVE BROMO QUININE  Tablets. There is only ono "Bromo  Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on  fche box.   3Go.  WANTED ��������� FORD OWNERS  and Agents to ask information  on the following inventions: SPEED-  ERATOR���������Positively stops stallin*,  bucking, engine racing]; $6.85.  STEERING CONTROL���������Jb.Ilminates  quivering, jerking of steering wheel.  Saves tires, gasoline; $3.75.    HEAD-  i tcut        ~*xrn..,r xrrr\t>   __.  Keens  X-tXyStxx A xtx.-4V-t V.J 0-d.x x t���������, .v.     ���������"���������     x-xv-y }f 9  lights bright at all speeds, $2.75.  Money Back Guarantee on alL  ROTHWELL'8 AUTO SPECIALTIES, Richmond Buildings, Richmond Street, Toronto, Ont.  ��������� I "i - " ii - . ���������         ���������������������������������������������>  To exterminate grasshoppers a Wisconsin man has invented a device to-  be pushed across a field, the insects  jumping against a polished metal surface, from which they slide between  rollers that crush them.  The rain that falls upon the United  States annually equals the water in  ten   Mississippi  rivers.  DO    b~Z     SOffeS  another day wttfi  Itoblne, Hlea*  Inn. or FrotraA*  Ing Piles. Na"5*  flurfftoa! opejk  at Ion "raqnti-M*  Hz. CixmS-'s Otnteisnt vrtll r-Uev-s you at fines  and aa certainly cure you BOo. a box: al]  dealers, or Edtuanson. Bates & ("Jo- Limluwit  Toronto. Sample box free lf you mention thll  ���������Oapee &&=��������� doclosfi 2c -stamp to pa? -post-s-se.  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  . Roundly, 2,332,400 hogs were  slaughtered at Government-inspected  packing houses last year. The increase of 72,000 on the previous year  came wholly from Ontario and Quebec. Numbers from the West dropped.  I'or iJoUlrt, l'ulii, isioural-fla. Tooth"  liuilui n-*-.iulue.:li<.-*, I'laiae'.he-., eiUtel for  llhoumatlnin, Lumbin/o, Sciatica, Nou-  iliin., iu.~.~ .iiii-Hiin inarkcti wiih tho  name "Bayer" or you at. not taking  Aaplrla at all.  iiccnpi only "Uavor TaWcta of  Aujeiriu"    Lu   uu   uubrokou    "Buyu-."  pact-u-tgo v/hicM t-ontuin* complete al-**  ruc-lio-iu. Thiui yon uru gulling real  Aupirin���������tho gonuln* Aaplrm t������ra-  oenbed by phyBiciua* tor ov������r mna-  teen years.    Now ininda  In Cmumd-a.  Hiindy 1 la boxca containing 12 tab"  Ictrt ca~t hut a iavr conis. iJi'ii'^iulu  alou ~c\l l&tgur "liayor*" packagca.  'jPm.yij.0i   im t~>*xLy uu������ mixU^I.-xxx---'CAxdX-ry%>x-'?----'"jx*AXji iuuieir usty '-'xitxyvv''1  >cplrln Iti the trtiA- mark <re������*r������itt***r*-*(*l In Ca���������*���������*������������������-��������� el0 of n*yar M*������n-if������eflur** ������f Meihei-  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 yrs.  old, was thrown from a sleigh and  injured her elbow so badly it remained stiff and very painful for three  years. Four bottle;, of MINARU'C  LINIMENT completely cured her  and she haa not been troubled for  two years.  Yours truly,  J. n. LIVESQUE.  St. Joseph, P. O., 18th Aug., 1900.  Ginger [frown in Jamaica hm always commanded more than double  the prlc������ of any other���������even before  the advent of prohibition. Under  favorable    rnn-tlifjot'.*    v.v.    rtcre    -,.'i\\  J produce   us   much   um   four   thonuand  [pound*-..  HOW TO "BE FIT" AT SIXTY  BY DB. LOB HERBEBT SMITH.  As our boys "came marcfe-  !np home," they brought a certain red-blooded doctrine, and  showed -is the glory of a perfect  body. They will show us how  to "keep fit," even if we have  passed middle life and are beyond the athletic stage. For  the tired business man, the  man who feels the daily grind  and the nightly fag, has meager  appetite, headaches, nerves  unstrung, is gloomy, ending in  a soggy brain, try the right  way. <Get out of bed, open tho  window, breathe deeply, exer-  ciso tho army "setting-up"  exercise or use dumb bells,  M-nfil yn  o wown  rrlo-nr  Beforo breakfast take hot  water, and occasionally castor  oil or a pleasant laxative made  ���������up oi? May-apple, aloin, jalap, and sold by all druggists as  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.  km Prof. Strauss 8fty������. "The exoretion of urio noid w#  mm- -_ ft-}  -^mm  -. M. d-*, J. ���������** mt  ���������ft* \ *)       \t ti r*,Xx'<  AMUufuitut-u,  1(������  UiitwUt th������ iniUltc utuluut   luiltutlouiy,   th<* Tu.li*U>ttf *i~t liU.?CV CoiU*>Mjyg  ir-Ul hn������ fltimiroA with Ut������lr &������uaral  (rail* m������iU������  th* "_U������ycr CroM**"  w.  w.  tr.  1304  ������������,     a ..     . tm. ,. t  -l ~t������������ *������*  Wwi, \J    t~ilxJl.\J     tw    yrXXL-yryi    <4->   L      yr-yyj0L,Lt-J^x    X^. L t^t x L. , r xxr  **  JmS  0  000.-.  -.xt 1.  y y, g.xyi xm^i-j^  ooft rain or dictillcd wator, tH:~ or eight glasses per -d&v, hot  water before meals, end obtain Amino Tablets, aoubl������  strength, for 60 eta., at tho nearest drug store and tako  them three tltnnM **% <U\r T? you y/iiint ������ trial p*uckugc oGiid  10 canta to Di*. Ploioo'a Invalida' IloUil, Kuffolo, N. Y������  Ae * 0   9i     f       .0        t 0 *\     0       .. ,      ��������������� *  iiituno     (um-i-uriu-uoiu)  in tne  receac  uittoovery  oi  Tii\ ."iiWiMS find In tntich miw-i v.nU\r,t iluin !;.;.1*e*in. ?nr If  diutjoivo urio aoid <ai������ hot tfta dltoolvcu BU^ar  ���������v.-  w  ZZM  I  ��������� *. ������������������%    .-. n  iZ?m  m  *--;v.'.**J  i-^'-J-fllWWw^MuiWff^^'lBi!^^  -������������iRfl**������*i xm������f  mmm*  TSSSSS3SS mi-*Si^mA'in^ii  THE CBESTOH BEVEBW  It is not often that we recommend the  purchase of package tea^ Price for price  we are usually able to give our customers  much better values in bulk teas. But  this new brand  is of such excellent quality, and price sp reasonable  as tea priceshaw xjp\&i that we must advise you to  buy it. 1.AMKA TEA is being put on the market  throughout Canada by atid old* reliable tea and  coffee firm... ��������� W#. can as^u^e;.our customers, that  the quality of LANKA '1J������a will Be "maintained  because we know the people behind it are reliable.  The Price is 75c. per Pound  Such good tea would be an economy  at a much-higher prfce.  ������3.        '"  >%. \-m.\\\m  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  Watch for   Seasonable Amiouncemenf  Next Week.  ESS  .-~\d\. Mercantile Company  LIMITED  nn.NG  Uly ������  ylLIJiilu  (ji*  i  a���������. Q   iff Q RuS Q ^m      D y Qu^7  ^*9 W^       m^^*mm\       r-mt*    \^t\\   ^P***********''   .xff       tv-x H^*r      WW    W-T  M     M & **������ W W W *mw~       \mt~r im  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Brick  Shingles  Lumber  ',11   cjy-.u   -ind  yt';,<\cH.  H  I  giinynn Cifo limm mmm  I.IWIITKD  mtmmmilii-  ..iMtw-twrnir*;***  Wi vtr^^Jr^mmJ-W  MMMMs^^mtikiMil ^i^m^^^^^MW&^m-M  N&spHM Bit is  Below is the complete statement of  in connection with the Emer-  expense  gency tiospi������.B.t  the ilu  x~xrx~r.A  dur-  TT������Lt\.T  The certified  mg tne au epidemic,  accounts "Svere*. forwarded the department of health at'Victoria, and some  weeks ago the provincial 'treasurer favored with a cheque.wherewith t������ liquidate the, f ulj.' indebtedness. Tlie expense sheet follows:  Methodist Church, rent $50.00  44                  wood  3.00  Mrs. Blackweli,  nurse,' salary,  including  iare to and "from  Nelson ..__... ���������..���������._���������  77.00  Mrs. Blackweli, hotel board,  23.50  Mrs. Johnston, night nurse  45.00.  Mr. Beeman, night janitor....��������� 4.50  H. Barclay, day janitor ....  48.00  Mercantile Co., supplies  33.95  S. A. Speers, supplies    35.45  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Co., supplies .  75.05 \  Toby Lee, laundry  _..���������.  10.35  Mrs. Maoine, laundry -.... 3,00  Beattie-Oatway, Ltd.; drugs  7.80  Transporting beds, supplies and  patients to and from. residences to hospital and return:  Lidgate Bros., $12; H. S. McCreath, $5; J. Morrow, $3  21.00  Mrs. Bruce, supplies  1.35  Long distance telephone   1.30  $441.25  A couple of contributions were received ; one of $5 from G. Leach, and  $9 from R. Boadway.  spite- the insult, of her affinity with  Broken: He accuses Bracken of being  a cad, ���������an.d has his eyes opened by the|  social parasite to the Tact that it is his  own conduct toward his wife which  has-led-Amy tp the danger point.  Andrew 'gives Auiy an hour in  which to make her* choicer - She seeks  the woods for solitude to hide* her own  heartache caused by Andrew's misinterpretation of ��������� her- ihteptioios. with  Bracken. There she .rises..tP a. situ  ation fraught with great personal  danger to 'herself* and which leads to  aJceyolutioUjOf conduct .in the. Del bar re  household^ and her own triumph over  an obstacle of such proportions,that it  aeiemed certain to, wreck the.happiness  of herself, her .husband and their  associates.    In "the succesBfid outcome  of her bravery and forgetfulnes? of  self she provides, a modern definition  of the meaning of virtuous wives, and  establishes a new feminine standard  which brings happiness out of misery  and moral danger.  loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  ^ MeeisTHIBB THURSDAY jof  each month at Mercantile  Hal!. Visiting brethren cordially invited;  ERIC OLSON, W.M  Sealed tenders addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Floating wharf at Kuskonook,  B*;C." will be received ; at this office  until 12 o'clock noon,.Friday, June 18,  1920, for the construction of a public  floating wharf at Kuskonook, district  VrvrttanatT    "Fl C ���������  A>.<-t'V#*V'wa**i-a*  <*    JJ**Vs ��������� *  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and forms of  tender obtained at this Deparment, at  the office of the District engineer at  Nelson, B.C., and at the Post Office,  Kuskonook,' B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless, made on printed forms supplied  ���������by the DepartnienVand in accordance  (Too late for last week.) with conditions contained therein.*  Wynndel baseball team has decided Each tender must be accompanied  to have three oractices a week in the by an accepted cheque on a chartered  future, and all* the players are asked bank payable to the order of the Mia-  to turn out regularly. ister of Public Works, equal to 10 p.c.  of the amount of the tender. War  Jess. Wildes, who took a flying trip Loan Bonds of the Dominion will  to inspect his ranch here last week, also be accepted as security, or War  returned to. Cranbrook on Thursday.   Bonds   and   cheques   if  required  to  make np an odd amount.  -*���������****���������������������������������-* -: ��������� *   '   --������-**i1"*_       _        . ��������� ���������. Al^   P. Seymour, who is working for J.  J. Grady, arrived back last Saturday,  after a trip east.  Owing to the extremely backward  weather that has prevailed this season  the strawberry shipping season wiii  open later than usual. It is not likely  berries in any quantity will be moving  much before the 1st of July.  Mrs. D. Male of Balfour spent a  couple of days here, the guest of her  brother, J. P. Brooke, returning on  Wednesday.  Dr, Henderson of Creston paid an  _ official visits to the school last Friday,  j and his report is that ihe health of the  children is remarkably good. Inspector Calyert was also here .on his official  inspection and is well pleased with the  progress the scholars have made at  their studies.  Miss L. Piggot. who has been at the  Tra"oqui.ll&.^sanitarium*,. JKamloops, is  here on'a visit to her'father; and brothers. Her health has .improved wonderfully since "she was here last.  Messrs. Packman and. Wall, have  made, a decided improvement in the  appearance of:their* place in'jphe way  of clearings-operation, as well h& by the  erection of a fence around their property,  Note���������Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department,by depositing an  accepted bank .cheque for the sum of  S510, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, whichj -will be  returned .if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 19, 1920.  NOTICE  Virtuous WivBS  Mr, and. Mrs. Andrew Forrester-*-  blissfully happy in the-first few meeks  of their,, -.'married' life,.. comfortably  settled in a '���������small" New,, York apartment of fourteen rooms atid.three  baths, made possible by his income of  $25,000 a year, are devoted,in their  mutual admiration for each other...  Andrew is deeply in love with his wife  for her beiinty, her refinement, grace  and breeding. ,Amy, fresh.from innumerable social conqiiests as the  reigning debutante of the season, finds  in Andrew's strength of character,  business acumen, and his wholesome  affection for her, a refreshing contrast  to the men of her own set.  Maurice Dclabarro, steel magnate  with world-wide interests, bristles  with polished indignation when Andrew refuses his offer of $50,000 a year  for five years and a stock bonus which  would make him a millionaire, to go  to Colorado nnd develop ono of his  holclings. Determined to make Andrew's remarkable executive; ability  an asset to himself, Dclabarro invites  the yonng couple to his country oBtate.  Their visit huiioc-edi-i in greatly impressing Andrew Forester with Amy's  changed beauty and charm against a  background of lavish elegance. Irina  Dclabarro, a social idol and a model  mistrons of conventional flirtations  and diyorting "nffairs," offer-H, at her  husband suggestion, to entertain Amy  while Andrew in absent in the West.���������  thoro to win tho fortune wlilc-h is to  give his yonng wife thc same luxuries  ���������uvl Horiiil liititudo that Trnia enhjoys.  Forrester accepts Delabarrc's olfer, ���������  and aftltH Amy to play for both of  thorn while ho is away.  Monte Ih-akcn, social waster of the  moneyed, intt'lli-jrcnt. type, falls in love  with Amy, to the sui-priHo oi I mm  Dolabnrre, who secretly cherishes an  iiffcotlon for him above alf other of  h������*l������ro������ivenMon������l nelniir<-i*n." To thwiut  i"ti kIm.k'm -���������(foil, to win Amv awnv  from her huitlmnd. Irina writes a note  of warning t������������ Andii-w. who r^tiuuti at  once Us Nmv York. Amy i-cfuHcs his  (let-nuMid Uiair i.lu* pui-.k and go Went  with him iiiiiiHtlluti-ly. _ It is the eve  iiiuiii'isAi ii'm iioi;ial iiitiuipii a j������i<-  hWeleerle: hull.  Aildri-w e-iiieltly gniieps tlie* e-*i(,enl,  en' ilu: iww.ui. lie-Uvt'cu Amy nnd ltin!:e-n  and uiicoiihi.-IouhIv heconniH Ii-itin's vlc-  *!".���������.*'    "*   '"*���������>'     ������'l>l������-e>lil I     riirn iio.l.     Amv    fell'  winniiHi;   llialci-n   fi-otn   her,    Aiulu-w  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with' an Amendment to  the -"Townsite .Proportionate Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  ttte Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within the  site dr suburb of a town, payment for  w.hich.has not been made in full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotment of such land in consideration  of the monies already paid, must file  application in that respect on or before  the 1st:day of September, 1920. on  which date the.privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any- person in arrears of payment  under an agreement for sale as aforesaid failing to make application as  stipulated will thereafter be deb&i red  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfll-  -meht of the terms qf the sale and the  proyisions of the "Land Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention is  .drawn'to the potice -appearing in the  current issue of this paper.  GEO. R. NA.DEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., May 5th, 1020.  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  This is tho first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for ������, meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  ****-  Bologna, &c.  lll'C    .UV*. lk.y;j    tei    uo    u.lu  ho re.    Tn meatu nothing  quite equals 'Bhamroi-k  products.  ZJ3        E1^ ra 3 S*u E^S ^"fe  **^| -U| ^^^x^     \^^^f     *^J      Vg^  *^J       ^^      m^mAi^'  i      (!wn,Vt'  Ml        ��������� ���������������     ������  liinii'M   ('(fetvl.  iii   wi-iik    hiu  ren:.,".in**���������������������������**��������� loy.-il (���������> Amy, ������(<������������������  66  *r������r������  ���������1  U X.t  LIU.  llliiyiiitu  SOFTDJEtlNKS  '2% BEER  Bananas  Oranges  Lemons  Coiigi^i)m������nt ^of SOFT  O^UJi)S^ jusfef opened.  *idn-  S^a������������s1s ef  Minimtun jutceoo ot first-class land  reducedatD\|&laneAcre; Becond-class to  82.60 ^&-t-K-?J .���������.v,  X^e-^'msiitlpn -.���������.���������aQsr>-Jeconflned- to but-  veyeeid lands 'only.'  Records -srSU ba srantcd coverSns only-  - land;������uitable tdrxagriciiltural -purposes  and which is non-timber land: '���������- ���������*  Partnership pre-emptions aboUsneu*  but parties of not more than Xour may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessarjr improy-ements on respective  claims. *t&  Prc-emptOTB mutat occtipy; 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-health, or other cause, be  granted, intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer' his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent ot  $800 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 6 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and-cultivated, and residence  of at least 2-years are required. -^  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  .granted land.   ..  Unlsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres,, may. be leased aa homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  Por grasing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 aores may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpoge.  Natural   hay   meadows   inaccessible  by oxlstlng roads may be purchased  . conditional upon construction of a road  to theme   Rebatfe of one-half of cost of  .   road, not excoodlng half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTOR8*      FREE  ������ ACT.  GRANTS  The-ucono of this Act is enlarged to  include all persons joining and serving .with His Majesty's Forces. The  . timo within which tho heirs or devisees  of ,a deceased pro-omptor may apply  . for .-titlo under this Act is extended  from tor one yoar from tho death of  suoh.. person, as formerly, until one  year -after the conclUDion of tho present  war. This prlvllogo Is also inudo retroactive. *n  No fooo rolathiK to pr������-omptlonu aro  duo^ or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 20, 1018.  Taxftu- aro remitted for flvo years.  Troviolon for return of monoys accrued,, duo and been paid olnco August  i, 1014, on account of payments, foes  or taxes on soldiers' pro-omptlona.  v Intercut oa agreements to purchase  town or city lota hold by members of  Alllod>. Forces, or dopondents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from on-  Jit-UUUlU   IO  ixLlxlAl  iti,  1VA.V.  &UD-PURCHA0ER0  OF  CROWN  4, LAN DO.  .Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to uub-purcluuioru of  Crown ijiindn, norpilrlnnr rl*T)itn from  purchnnnrs who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfilment of conditions of purchase, in-  itoroiit and taxes. Whoro sub-purchou-  era do not clnlm wholo of original parent, tuircluisen prlcti dun and taxes -tniiv  Uo     utLrUU������Ul.ua     i������J-J*jejl LleJliulOiy      ov������il'  whol>������   nron.       Apnlloailonn   munt   hti  made by May 3. lir'O.  ORAZINQ. f  Grnxlng* Act, 1010, for nyatemutlo  d-ftvenlonmont of llvestocic Industry pro-  videeu fur gituiUiK UlUlilclM Uiul rungo  adiulnlutrutlon under ConniUii-Jlouor.  AiiliUii-1 J.r*i-l:)*5 pr.rmlt:i l.'::,uii.*J bi^f-u  on numbers rungeel; priority for oulalt-  ltulinil ownoru, Utoe-.K-owiuuu nuiy  form Auuoolatlona for runice manuirn-  t,l.Mil.      l'"������������i*������.   Of   lrrl.lUi.llv   fl...i.   lie-.iinllH  for tiottl-arrj, canipi*ro or tnvvelior/i.   up  IO   tUH   ll-trtt-d. -o  m^mmSimmMmii  m mm iimiiimi.iiLXtxiaH.snmi, I .4L     iv  THE; CKESTCK; REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription : *$2 a year in advance.  82-60 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 11  utilized it, as well as to give an toll. Fires start from many  increased supply to those who j causes, but camp-fires left alight  had cut there regularly���������due to by tourists and hunters, and cig-  the dry season shortening up thearette stubs and burning matches  crop on the benches���������provided a! thrown carelessly into the under-  Well Deserved Re-Election  Almost without exception all  directly interested in the local  haying situation will note with  satisfaction that at the annual  meeting of Creston Valley Stockbreeders' association the 1919 officers and advisory board were reelected by acclamation en masse,  and with considerably more en  thusiasm than is usually in evi  dence on occasions ox this sort.  Possibly no organization ever  came into existence under such  trying circumstances. In a year  of abundance  of  feed  it would  x-*Xix\-~-        *X ���������mx *-v <��������� ��������������� if*., M/\ .������. **, Mir* **. mrm *-x  lash.   eiiOugii    tu    Hfflvc  11 r, TTJX  ILtA, V \5  uccu  taken charge of the flats and attempted equitable and systematic  control of a big area that had  hitherto run itself on more or less  happy go lucky principles.  To have the Vork thrust, upon  them in a year when the flats  were called upon to provide feed  for many that had never before  r  Do Your Shopping  or calling in one of our well  appointed autos. You will be  able to do it all in'half the ~  usual time. *��������� A car is at your  service whenever you want at.  A phone call will bring one to  your door promptly at the ap-  . pointed time and will take you  anywhere you wish to go. Service great;    charges moderate.  Goodyear  Tires  Tubes and Tire  job that certainly required some  handling, both in the planning  and executing.       .  To add to their troubles, too,  it was needful for them to administer the affairs under regulations  that were primarily designed for  grazing, with little or no provision for hay cutting. That they  were able in what may justly be  termed a time of crisis to formulate plans that have since demonstrated their worth as to be included in the B. C. Grazing Act,  and that gave effect to the policy  of the greatest good tp the greatest number in the difficult situation that existed last season,  speaks well for the very thorough  attention the matter was given���������  and without remuneration or  even hope of reward.  Doubtless some mistakes were  made and just as assuredly .these  defects will be remedied, and all  the more speedily and .satisfactorily if those who have suggestions to offer will place their  ideas before the directors rather  than grumbling amongst themselves.  Pending drainage the flats hay  crop is a Valley asset that needs  careful looking after. The Stockbreeders' association has made a  splendid start at the work and  are to be congratulated on a success achieved under circumstances that at times were far from  pleasant. The election by acclamation is the best possible endorsement ��������� of policies adopted,  and the only mandate required to  continue the good work in* any  and every direction finances and  due_ regard   for   the users' good  ***        V-     P-'-'j-y. ���������      '-������������������ "       '-Z     *"������*���������*   -Mr*'.'     ������������������*���������  would seem prudent.  brush are among the most prolific. It is to the advantage of every citizen, young and old, to aid  in keeping down the forest fire  evil.  '���������-.*.  t^m~~mmmm.mmm mmxmi^mmmmim^  Thm Fermha'miniS  High life at the annual conference porthiil school has just been award-  at Vancouver last  month  was    too ea first place in the Modern Health  much   for   Methodist  pastor  Lee   of cni-sade contest in which all schools  Cranbrook, who had to undergo an ap- in iaaho competed.   The contest cov-  Tie-rTf A irivV-VO         J-.Vtdtv.4V -I- IrtVt         tvt      ' r.r\*rtf.r.r.��������� rx0trtrx ���������                                            ���������      _������      -.-. ..���������      ~rxrxr.Tr.-.  tJtrlxtJ.L\i0tiXmt        ���������tdt.rxrXX.lrLVJX*      ��������� .XX         VWUrJ\>4U-vU*wC tQVQCL     SL     TS&T&OiX     OX     HmrnQQlC-     W^B-SKS*  Virginia Pearson has a particularly  strong and compelling story in "The  Firebrand," which will, be shown at  the Peekin theatre next "Wednesday.  It is a tale of the Russian revolution  and shows the intense and bitter battle between the revolutionist and the  royalists for control of that vast but  badly governed country.  Iu the play she is the Princess Na-(  talya, the niece Prince Andrei Bostoff  who w;:nts her to marry his son,  Boris. But the princess reads the  story of Julian Ross," an American  writer, of Russian, family, Ross is one  of the leaders of the revolution. He  is captured and placedin prison. The  princess visits the prison camp. A  rock falls and places her in -danger.  Ross saves her. She-promises to help  him. She gives him a passport made  out in the name of ,a servant of her  uncle's household. He goes to Petro-  grad and continues his work for the  revolution.  Treachery on the part of th--* Royalists who are in league with the kaiser  cause the slaughter of a regiment of  Russian troops. Among these is the  princess' brother. Ross learns that  Prince Andrei is thearch traitor. Using the servants passport he goes back  and kills the prince.: This makes the  princess not only hate him but plan to  kill him. She shoots him, causing a  slight wound. He'shows her proof  that the prince, her uncle, had brought  about her brother's death. She forgives him and they both slip away to  Petrograd and both give aid to the  revolutionists.  Repa  irs  I am now carrying the  Chrysolite Furniture and  Automobile Body Poiish.  If you once use it you  will never go back to any  other. We guarantee it  the best.  Oreston Auto & Supply  R. S, BEVAN, Manager  The rise in the price of lumber  has awakened all Canadians to  the fact that the forests comprise  one of Canada's greatest resources. The land on which our  forests stand is in the majority of  eases not fit for farming, and,  consequently, the "time when no  forests are growing thereon represents a dead loss. Forests cut  down grow again with comparative rapidity, but acres burned  over by fire are slow to reproduce, and when trees come on  again they are likely to be of inferior kinds. Thus there is every  inducement to save them from  fire. Yet in Canada eight or. ten  times as much timber has been  burned as has been cut. Our  governments and lumber companies arc now fighting forest  fires, but thcy still take a terrible  Fernie   will   shortly   be   canvassed  for at least $7500 to clear the recently  purchased G.W.V.A. building of debt.  rn.   ������  amngies ror date  10,000 No. 1  at $7.50 per M.  100,000 No. 3 at $3.50 per M.  f. o. b. 3>u ck "Creek.  Write or; phone.^, *- .-  ':.Z:.  *'��������� ''wynni)MEMe!ecantile  , Wyniidei, B.C.  VxJ-t-S.  max Aiviy j3wnor\if>M  M.M,   X       0%'MS.X   X     ~i M-~-*mmttmJ'A-m^0d' X~~< XV4X  tSr  it is of thc first importance to keep everything  in sanitary condition.  ORIENTAL RUGS  in small sizes aro ideal iloor ooveringH for liedrooniH.  Wei   oft'ei' onitm.  -no   11 t,t������������el -ft \ yr*    'lucm-lnienil    en    "ill    nevrm    fi\\v  every   room   at   roar-onablo   prieen.  '  Conic   with   your  frinmlh to bco our display of Oriental Ku-gH.  is a  Stirring Time  World Events  The Daily News telegraph service is supplied by the world wide  news gathering agency,,  the Associated Press, in  cooperation "-, with the  Canadian Press which  distributes the news  from east to west, and  west to east, in Canada.  The Dally News, through  its special leased -wire, provides its readers with this  unsurpassed   service   ot  Last-Minute   World  and Canadian New  Mail   a   subscription   today:   60c  a   tnonUi;   $5.03  a   year  THE DAILY NEWS  NELSON,    B.C.  (2)  uda-t-csa-'-m^  NOTICE  Hardware & furniture Supply  m. ./. noYn     Company Mnntiw  NOTION] IS HE11KBY GIVEN that  all pci'HoiiH Holding drown IjiiikIh or  Lots in Townflito Mihdivifc-ioiiH under  a-^reonHUits for bale from whom the  ���������piireliuiso money on -such landa or  TowuHitu LotH remahiinp* unpaid ih  tiyci'duo art:. rc(|uit'������-d to iiiulu; i><������y-  inont:, within nix montliH from the date  of thin Notico, either of the full amount  due, together with intei-ont thereon, if  any bc duo, or a ���������MibNtiint.inl proportion eil bUOU lUUUUllt, wiuen out:.I- .u.  leant, rover the foil hiterenl*, due t.o diit.e  together with evidence, that all l-axcH,  whethen- Municipn) or Provincial, haye  been paid, faillnuf which the ap-rce-  rnent.H for huIo will he rnnr-elle-d. mh nro-  vh.i.i. Uv Sew-Hm, 70 nf the* "Trilll'l AH.."  Chapter lli'.), llcvl.-t-d -Statute.: of mil.  C. Tt. NADKN,  Deputy Minister of Lan-ln.  i   i *. ..-,���������., * * , i* *       *.  J|    '''Vic.toVlVi,'jui^''Ai'u-il 1st. WA.  W3 -*���������*���������&  .3m fiF*""**3 E5-"** (T*^  A Savings Account is like a weed ���������once  started you can't stop it growing.  Don't rua risks by keeping money around  the house. Place it in a Savings Account  with this Bank, where it will always be safe.  Interest paid at current rate.  IMPERIAL ������>*k"'  coo  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  ^A^LSSS^-SSS  B B-fV  Wzzf 4~������ RjP3 *J*  LAST   SUMMER  A LITTLE CARE WOULD HAVE SAVED THIS  ri f  -J Mm.'.  ���������i?  We can supply  i  at a reasonable price  irower  LIMITED  ���������jd3uu������j\i -4*iDuuDa ������o *3 'HONvaa noxshhd  COO'000'fili-        -        - ONOJ 3AH3S3H  POO'OOO'SIS        -        -       TVJLIdVD dfl-OIVdl  ^[NVa NVIOVNVD 3HX  mrmmtvym- mm ',������" me������  1'JtiE  T������'*-*'*���������        rt       "4m.    mPXtr-V* 6) i*X4\  BaNK'S  POSITION  Aa at 30th Novemtur, 1919  Faid-up Capital    -     -     $ 15,000,000  ~     " 15,000,000  Reserve Fund  Loans  Dcpoyst-j    -   . -  283,870,274  M tn  tt>" fcW-  ���������*������   m ks*m~i*-*x-0'  4~i  t-*������'-*r"-''.'^,*.*r'l.r   ... .  HiaMS^rnHHi  E^v,*ii&i*i^i^^ ''"���������"v^'-ri'~''**"rn'ii---ii-f-Nn*fff-iii(rTiirii-r -rwwi ���������#?*.������*  tmtrsmmn^^xmmwytW t*"**1 mwrn****' *������  mmm  4t*mm.imi40tv4stfxi4,'mti  mrnxflftm.  Imm'i^iMitmM.^v^^t.t  jg^fg^n-t^^     ���������   **l*ftW*MiWll'W������WtWi*ira������*������W<W^  <"J-r���������       <'     "Lh  ���������^ifflffl^g^ ���������HH*WW^BPflHpWBI'^IW^WH!Hiij!P^)W tzi.i������xtiz������;i y~_it i-ai --fr-ty -*>^j^jL^^'fM^|  Tit:  T> * -1  V.i'..   ������  *-    .     f��������� -V  *���������  0     I'-      '  r  'OS  n.   c  #i  IB?!-.  r-.'ii  I t'v  0*'"  If  _.    en aI-si a rax     ������^S9SsaB  [HY uot make Cuticura Soap your  every ��������� day toilet  soap, assisted by  Cuticura Ointment  and Cuticura Talcum, now and then  as needed.and have  in most cases a  eieaf fresh complexion, a dsan scalp  free from dandruff and irritation, good  hair, soft -white hand9 and a wholesome  skin free from blemish, without resorting to tiresome, expensive "beauty"  fads? Cuticura costs little and doss  much. Sample each free by mail of  "Cuticura, Dept. N, Boston, V. S. A."  Sold by dealers throughout the world.  ~-lW~ Caticara Taicnm Pow&r **w~~  Do not fail to test the fascinating fragrance of this exquisitely scented face,  baby, dusting and skill perfuming powder, delicate, delightful, distingug, it  imparts to the person a charm incomparable and peculiar to itself.  Britain-The World's Terminal  In his review of Great Britain's industrial and financial ������uture; to which  certain references were made in.this  column   last  week,   Lord   Northcliffc  not   only   told   his   American   interviewer of the   ability being displayed  in reforming the status of the industrial workers, and gave reasons why  neither   the   United   States   nor   any  other country could succeed in taking  away from Britain her supremacy in  shipping, but he submitted a logical  reason why  England would continue  to be the centre of world trade and  finance.    In this connection he said:  "Americans who  come  to  London  arrive    here    not    realizing    that our  small country, which you can almost  put inside thc state of New York, is  merely  the  great  terminal  of  nearly  a hundred diverse  sections  comprising   the  British   Empire.    That   Empire  is   roughly  divided  into  half  a  dozen free nations, quite independent  of England,���������the great collecting and  distributing  centre   of   the  whole,���������if  they   choose   to  be  independent.    If  Canada, or Australia, or New Zealand  wish to cut the connection tomorrow,  thcy.can  do  so without  leaving any  bad feeling behind.    Sometimes there  Is   ruffled   talk   between   us,  as   there  is between any other great business,  but when it comes to what I understand you call a 'showdown,' it is seen  that  the business  alliance is  of     the  - !- -i- ���������*���������-. T"!  ���������*������  son for the silent confidence they feel I  in the future* In addition to our supply of raw material, wc have the best  skilled labor in the world. ��������� I say  without hesitation that, mechanic for!  mechanic, ours are the best, for we  have practically no aliens."  Financially, Lord Northcliffe agrees  with    some of  the    best bankers  in  England that Great Britain does not  need to borrow further from the United States.    The position of the five  great   British   banking   combinations,  holding amongst them 85 per cent, of  the deposits of the  English banks is  so strong that any present or immediately prospective British  trade can  be   financed  without   seeking  outside  help, and it is not too much to say.  says the editor of Wall Street Journal,    who  interviewed    Lord  Northcliffe, that the task the .great English  bankers    (and no country    possesses  greater  or  perhaps   as   great)   would  like  to  turn   immediate attention   to,  is paying off the British national debt  to  the United  States, irrespective of  what is owing to Great Britain by her  allies.    And  in   this  connection  it  is  worthy of note, and a source of British confidence in the future, that this  year Great Britain will be able to provide all national expenditures out of  current taxation  and still  be able  to  make  a substantial   reduction in  the  war debt.  Concluding    his  statement    of the  British    position,    Lord    Northcliffe  made reference to a well-known characteristic of the    British  race.      He  said: "We have many faults as a people.    The  French  say that we have  thc faculty of putting our worst foot  foremost.      We are bad advertisers.  We always like to grumble. It amuses  one to notice how violently we grumble at a small business loss and how  quietly we pocket a gigantic business  achievement.   We are not good 'boosters'; but I do happen to understand  something    about    propaganda,    and  having the opportunity of speaking to  a great body of business men through  the Wall Street Journal, I would ask  the many    business friends     I  have  made at business conventions in  the  United States to apply a large amount  of salt to any dish served up by young  and  inexperienced   cable   correspondents who blow into London, and, because  they  find     an   absence  of  the  noise and rush to which they are accustomed at home, fail to realize that  Mr. John Bull is back at his old stand  and is about to give you a thoroughly  busy time in many markets that you  will find arc not such easily cut lemons as some of your enthusiasts believe."  All of which should heip  to  dissipate from the minds of Canadians, fed  '^^S~Wt^~\Wr  -Easily and Quickly Cured witla  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Saie by All Dealera  Douglas & Co., PropV*. Nopanee, Oat.  An Australian Joke  The Grocer.���������Yes'm, the high price  of mustard is due to the scarcity of  fuel. You see. people are buying up  mustard and are keeping themselves  warm with poultices.���������Sydney Bulletin.  May Get Part of  German Naval Equipment  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS IN THE HOME  British Government Offers Dominion  Some Reparation Claims  In the material which thc allies are  requiring Germany to deliver as compensation for tne loss of German battleships at Scapa Flow are several  floating docks, dredges, hydraulic  cranes, etc. It is understood that the  British Government has made enquiry  of the Canadian Government as to  whether Canada would like to acquire  any of these on account of Canada**  reparation claims, and the matter is  now being considered by the government.  NEURITIS  So many bavo Neuritto,  that painful, paralyzing  Inflammation of the  nerves. Do not suffer another eflay.   If you mam s>  i  grnp!ei@rs  ISisysnaiss  OapsuSes  Nothing else brines relleS  so quickly and so Burely.  Send tor free sample to  Taraplstons, 143 Sing St.  W., Toronto.  For sale at reliable drug-  Slsts tot-X.O. a box.  38  Once a mother has used Baby's  Own Tablets for her little one she  always keeps a supply on hand, for  the first trial convinces her there ^  is nothing to equal them in keeping  children well. The Tablets are a mild  but thorough laxative which Tcgulate  the bowels and sweeten the stomach,  thus driving out constipation and indigestion, colds and simple fevers and  making teething easier. Concerning  them, Mrs. Saluste Pclletier, St. Dumas, Que., writes: ��������� "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for the past ten  years and am never without them in  the house. They have always given  the greatest satisfaction and I can  gladly recommend them to all mothers of little ones." The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or direct  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  She Thought Dyeing  Was Old Fashioned  Her  But    "Diamond   Dyes"   Made  Faded,   Shabby,   Old   Garments Like 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, linen,  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 dealer}  show   you    "Diamond    Dye"    Color  Card.  ASTHMA  Templeton's RAZ-fflAH Cap*  aulas are guaranteed to relieve  AST H MA. Don't suSer another day.  Write Templetons, 1*2 King St.  W., Toronto, for froesample.  ���������o-HttHi" druggists sell them at  7o  91.04 a box.  Cuba is  the  greatest  consumer  of  Sr-P.nish-.A.n'ici'ican   rir?-  **r*.ieiti ������**  tions.  Minard's   Liniment   for   sale   everywhere.  It has been estimated that 55,720  pairs of old shoes are needed for  every mile of a road composition  made of slag, rock, asphalt and scrap  A new folding camera is equipped  with an additional bellows, to be  drawn out and extended beside the  regular one to permit accurate focusing to be done until a picture is  taken.  leathei     that has  Great Britain.  been patented    in  \l -tt-mm      m    *mmm      Wm xm      ���������   -���������-*���������*���������-*��������� ������% -frl  iuis 1,-ais y-c \j~~ivZ\~  v~  The Argentine government is  planning to harness falls of the Parana river for the production of electric power.  THI*.*-.   f..m~Jt    S_    J-    A.rx     tX    tX-x-.m  i <evs vuivu  iu Sj*  io   i-������  t-dfjxyzj  Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation;  Soothes and Heals. You can get restful  sleep after tho first application. Price  60c.  Q.i*-.-0-mu%0hii������r.0.io4.fiv..."+m.m0i"*"td..i  YOUNGSTERS!  Need "Cascarets" when Sick,  Bilious, Constipated.  When your child is bilious, constipated, sick or full of cold; when the  little tongue is coated, breath bad and  stomach sour, get a box of Cascarets and straighten the little one right  up. Children gladly take this harmless candy cathartic and it cleanses  the little liver and bowels without  griping. Cascarets contain no calomel  or dangerous drugs and can be depended upon to move the sour bile,  gases and indigestible waste right out  of the bowels. Best family cathartic  because it never  cramps,  sickens  or  ���������a irongcst.  "Never forget, too, wc are linked by  sentiment strong enough  to unite us. . .  to death itself, as the world has lately'UP with'_ articles _m  the United ^States  seen, when from the remote parts of  Austs  alu  ind from such widely sep  arated places as Central Africa, thc  Klondike nnd the Falkland Islands,  came these busy Britons, who were  not killed, who will give you an excellent stand-up business light in  ***��������� -tlcZx and elsewhere.    From  jlnccs    there    flowed    to  newspaper and magazine press, any  fear that Great Britain is in danger  of losing her old-time position as leader in the world of finance, shipping,  manufacturing and commerce.  30U.:L   .**���������  all those  France, to Palestine, to Egypt, to  Asia Mir.c'r, the fine young people  who farmed a'portion of thc land and  sea arrises of uic British Empire,]  which m:inhered nearly eight millions,  nr.fi ot whom l.O-J'J.OuG were killed  and n'.i'-r'i-'ic** (a:-.d ini: sins means  deod'.. ~r.d of whom oi:r h*-...e's in  dc7.il -..ft".::err?* alone ft m oi: n ' c d to 50.-  (XX).  Driven by a gas engine,   a machine J  has   been   invented   that   cleans      old  brick with a chisel at a rate of 300 an  hour.  Cheap Form of Insurance  You are insured against corns and  bunions by the purchase of a single  25c bottle of Putnam's Corn Extractor; it cures painlessly in 24 hours.  Trv i'ulnam's Extractor, 25c at all  deal'.:*;;.  The Pure Balsamic Essences of Catarrhozone Afford Surest and  Quickest Cure  Catarrhozone is certain to cure because    its    healing    vapor is    carried  with the breath direct to the seat of  the chest, nose or throat trouble. Being composed of  the purest balsams  and pine essences, it immediately allays irritations, facilitates    the    ejection of mucus, soothes and stimulates  the lungs and bronchial tubes.    The  marvel  of  the     age  in   curing  nose,  throat and  bronchial  troubles,  that's  what   thousands   say   about   Catarrhozone.    There is nothing so sure to  cure, and to those in fear of changeable weather���������those who easily catch  cold���������those  who   work   among  lung-  chilling surroundings, or where dust,  impure air,  fog,  or  damp can  affect  them���������let them get Catarrhozone and  use it several times daily���������it will cure  every time.  Large size Catarrhozone, sufficient  for two months' use; guaranteed,  price, $1.00; smaller size, 50c; sample  size, 25c.    Sold everywhere.  Syria, almost the only country cultivating pistachio nuts, produce*  about 500,000 pounds a year.  Surveying by Aeroplane  The aeroplane in Tasmania has been  used to survey a route for the erection   of  a  transmission   line   capable  of delivering 10,000 horsepower Qf [ causes inconvenience,  electric current from the Great Lake  Works to Launceston, a distance of  50 miles. No man has every been  through this part of the country. The  aeroplane, which carried an engineer  of the government huydro-electrlc  department, traveled 180 miles, and  flew over wild mountain peaks, rising  to an altitude of 6,000 feet, over very  heavily timbered country,    numerous  lakes,  lagoons  and rivers.    Information, which in the ordinary way would  have  taken   some   months   to   obtain,  owing to the forbidding nature of the  country,  was  gained  in  a couple  of  hours.  A  large  part  of one  of  Finland's  iron ore fields lies under thc sea.  r,r:,'-:r s'p  thr.   wo;-hi  ��������� land,  vour   weaknci  c like O'-'r,-*-, Lac/  "���������very s\:-.-.\r raw  roniiein-,   r .':''���������*; ���������'..  pota&h,   which    ~rc.-.r.  too,   have   <-',  ���������d   i.r*  by j     Wc  often   fail   to  recognize'il,  but  *.M.-rial ! lhe f.icl. remains  that  today is trying  '   under-I to  live*, up to  the highest standard of  <**i*ie   of  yesterday's    thought and    dctcrniina-  , i ."/   rea- ] tion.  New Diamond Fields  s^ssas^zis-^s?^?^  ~>Tfr.  ���������^SS^S-iSSSH^SSStra^^  A Morning Dish. Of  certainly does Iteai lew one up  (or the day. Wrty shouldn't ii?  Orape-tNuts is ready-oooked,  ready- -sweetened. and contains  iu.c-rt rno.������-je poor! el enterics luiturt:  r-^-f-r*! ijroF* for +V\f. str^vn<*t.H to -do  ll- : r-.  fl  M  i>  Make Grape-Mute yonr Iiome cereal  <���������* ���������*���������_  UTS,  St   X    g-r-  77>  Ti  *rx tr*  XnA-P  a  JO,  '<uJr>*rvn*'r>  Jl   X\^ t-AUur  'OJ  mt  m  Tlaring Will Be Proclaimed Open for  Digging  March  20  Tlaring, a waterless, treeless and  virtually gatnclcss desert near Taungs,  in Bcclumnaland, promises to be the  scene of the biggest diamond claim-  staking rush in South African history.  It is understood,that Tlaring will be  p:*oclaimed open for diamond digging  about March 20.  Aiiia/.iuu stories arc afloat concerning the wonderful richness of the district, and prospective diggers from  the Cape, and Mozambique, and even  the Congo, arc preparing to try their  luck in the new field. Despite warnings of possible, failure, men are  .ihaiuh^ji:.*,, ',,'ood job-: :n vrtrionr p^.rt"  of the country in order to be free to  stake out. claims when the proclamation   is  issued.    Hundreds of women  .1*..(>   :;:''.���������  :.'.:���������..;.;���������;��������� im*   to  -^o  to  thr  ik������w  diggings.  The    govr* imient    is preparing to  min:    v.ilh     the .v.itk'ipatal    rush  to  . .... .. i Cf,   x.. i x.    x-    Ly- ........, x'        *- *-'    ��������� *- - - - --��������� : *��������� *-  U.e* iu w i*<������m;iiUnity I:i being" laid out.  Taungs i: '-itiintl*ei about forty miles  south of Vryburg, and about one hundred mile' north of Kimberley, the  last ���������n.'ined phit**** being fatuous for ita  Ki eat  diamond   minev.  Ghnulne  "Worth  IOR guaranteed quality tabl*-***  ware of high craftsmanship  and beauty, made in Canada-*,  thc Stlverpi-teofWmiP.-m Robert,  nnd his Son stunds pre-eminently  "Th.B-.tatthelY.c.Z*.  Made und Guaranteed by  WM. ROGERS M1?G. CO.  LIMITKD  *tr^'*^NfTrTT''"i'' r-m.ttmi(m -*."������������������    - t-m-t ���������-���������  ****-*������**. \jmtt~m  *~*WfmmZ--v-\\  i m i lit it'"' i i������  iUUilv~4*Til tiOvJ^rS (ind His r-~*GTl  EWKW'*^  H-v-pr-c������#���������: ',\r,..*m..,-^,m^m*~#m-..  (r^r****-^^  smmmm  Wk\  mgaumes^sam ���������M':^^  .LAP  ��������� V*t,*t-���������  rmrsr-^WWWMrj.*  00  ^Sft "Brf-*  *������  ������.  o-  Bcrlin.���������Commenting on the allied  note to Germany making concessions  regarding the trial of Germans accused of war crimes, the Tageblatt says:  "The awakening of the democratic  spirit in England and Italy has had its  effect in inducing the leaders of the  entente to recede from their previous  attitude on the extradition issue."  Vorwaerts says that the note is  now free of malice and other obscurities, whichare likely to lead to complications later, but it declares the  document represents the victory of  sanity.  The Vossischc Zeitung expresses  belief that neither the German nor  the entente statesmen could have  acted differently in the premises.  It thinks the entente will do well in  . abstaining from interference with  the trials Germany is to hold, as the  allies will thus bc spared "the ignom-  inous defeat awaiting them in case  they attempt to reaffirm their charges before an unbiased court."  The Pan Deutsche Zeitung finds  thc note unacceptable, and demands  that it bc met with "an unflinching  'No.'"  Changes In U. S.  Immigration Laws  Would Make It Necessary for Aliens  to   Report   and   Register  Every Year  New York.���������Amendment of the immigration law so as to require aliens  to register and report once a year to  some federal official^ is one of the  several recommendations made to the  National Republican Club by its subcommittee on immigration.  On repeal of the laws in certain  western and southern states that permit aliens to vote who have only declared their intention to become citizens, stringent regulation of the foreign language press in the*' United  States and creation of a permanent  immigration commission to study the  effects of past and especially future  immigration were other recommendations.  Russian Situation Bad  Predicts Another Great War  Henry Morgenthau Says U.S.    Must  Take Her Part in Settling Up  Affairs in Europe  New York.���������A warning that the  United States will be involved in another European war within ten years,  unless she accepts her share of the  responsibility of putting Europe and  Asia on their feet again, was uttered  by Henry Morgan thau, former ambassador to Turkey, in an address before the students of Columbia University.  Mr. Morganthau declared that the  United States inrefusing to accept a  mandate for Constantinople had lost  an advantage which it can never gain.  After-asserting that the magnificent  talk of self-determination has all died  away, and that the nations of Europe  are "going back to the old order," thc  former ambassador continued: "Unless militarism is destroyed and the  new order of things established. I  predict that all you young men will  be called upon again to bear arms in  a European war, and that all of you  who were too young two ycars ago  will receive your first call for service."  Catarrhal Deafness Can-iat Be Cured  Ally   Officials   Fearful  of  Bolshevik  Triumph in Southern War  Area  Constantinople. ��������� Thc situation in  Southern Russia is so uncertain that  the allied officials are fearful of a general Bolshevik triumph, more, however, through the internal dissensions  than the entrance of Red forces from  the outside.  General Schilling is at Sebastopol  commanding the volunteer forces  which  held the   Crimean   isthmus.  The surrounding lagoons are frozen  'hard, however, and it is feared the  Bolsheviki may approach on the ice.  Sebastopol harbor is cluttered with  useless shipping. Ten thousand persons are registered willing to get  away, wbile 11,000 more are on ships  from Odessa without adequate food  or medicine. Typhus is raging among  the refugees. It is impossible to take  away the population, as commanders  of allied warships in the harbor apparently lack authority for such action.  An agreement has been reached between General Denikinc and the Cossack supreme council. The Terek  Cossacks are giving their wholehearted support, but the Don and  Kuban Cossacks arc making reservations which will weaken thc anti-  Bolshevik strength and will make the  Crimean situation doubtful.  British Navy van Cope  Mh py Emergency  Manchester Guardian Ridicules  Idea  of Amalgamating the Ships  Built  London, ��������� Discussing editorially  Admiral Jellicoe's tour, the Manchester Guardian says it exerted a good  deal of controversy in Canada, where  the newspapers said that this rnight  suggest a special building program for  thc Dominion and a plan for amalgamating the ships built with the British navy if the emergency should  arise.  "Wc don't believe that any such  foolish scheme is contemplated," continues the Guardian. "No emergency  to begin with, is conceivable with  which the British navy is not amply  adequate to cope, and even if it were  not so, the method of shaping and  directing naval policy from Whitehall for the dominions would be  the worst imaginable to meet the  need. It cannot be too clearly realized the tremendous help which the Bri- i  tish overseas nations havc accorded to  the allied cause. So far from making  the centralization, the imperial policy  has given thc separate members of  thc Commonwealth a title as they  never before held toward their own  destination.  "While the Dominion policy is  against the inclusion as items in the  plans of imperialism, and there could  bc no grazer error of statesmanship  at this time than to imagine they  would meet a scheme for putting  armed forces at the disposal of the  imperial council with anything but  profound suspicion."  a  1  >*��������������� on  o-  Thc Hague.-���������The Dutch press, although inclined to resent what one  newspaper calls a display of bad temper in thc rather sharp wording of  some parts of thc second allied note  with regard to thc former German  emperor, in its comment generally  takes the view that these parts are  intended only for home consumption,  and that the real meaning of thc note  is that Holland is simply asked to prevent William from interfering with  the pea&������ of the world.  The goA*-ernment, the newspapers  say, is undoubtedly pleased that the  allies did not attempt to dictate the  special place of internment. The  general feeling is that thc incident  will be speedily settled, with Holland's expected offer to intern William  at Doontj  Americans Safe  Washington.  ���������  All  Americans  at  Marash, in Turkey, where there havc  been a number of disturbances, are  safe, thc state department was informed in a dispatch from Constantinople.  CALGARY DIRECTORY  Nurses Arrive From Siberia  San Francisco.���������One hundred and  forty American Red Cross workers  arrived here from Siberia on the army  transport Great Northern. Women  members of the party told of their  experiences with cholera at Harbin.  From Harbin they went to the foothills of the Ural mountains and aided  in the evacuation of the thousands of  children.  nope to Secure itew Beer Bill  Trenton, N.J.���������In the hope of securing a beer bill for New Jersey that  would stand the United States supreme court test, Senator Pilgrim, of  Essex, on behalf of the Republicans  in control of thc legislature, introduced a measure localizing the manufacture, sale and transportation in  New Jersey of beverages of 2.75 per  cent, alcohol by weight, which would  be about 3.40 per cent, by volume.  i:  THE  'hiiopractor  PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS, X-  RAY. Phone M1660; 9 Caledonian  Block, 226 Eighth avenue east.  Calgary - - - Alberta  '*  SEAL  RADIATOR  FLUID  JU-���������- FREEZING  JflOfl--0      INJURIOUS  Absolutely  Guaranteed  Buy   It  At   Once   for   Your  Car  Sprucex Polish Co. Calgary  St.  ���������trt'tLX-f^  College  FOR GIRLS  Boarding and Day Pupils  MISS L. SHIBLEY, Principal  Established  1905  12th Ave. W., Calgary, Alberta  Agents Wanted  Good, lire Salesmen, who appreciate  a staple line .sold direct io users, *>:!���������  be given protected  territory.  P. R. BRECKEN, Limited  202 I.O.O.F. Building���������Calgary  Quebec.���������An order-in-council has  been passed by the Quebec government raising thc transfer bonus for  timber limits to $20 per mile, or fraction of a mile.  FARMERS and OTHERS NOTICE !  I������ you are goinjj to Calgary to take a Motor course and wish to retrcciTe a  proper training, which means that you should get expert instructions and practical  experience on many different types of Automobiles, Tractors and Stationery Oas  Engines from thc day you commence your training until -graduating, you should  attend the Hemphill Motor School. It is the largest and best equipped trade  school in Alberta. Take your training in the only school prepared to give you  the training vou want. You will marvel at the ���������magnitude of the equipment used  in this school. Automobile, Tractor, Vulcanizing, Welding, Battery courses. Day  and night classes. Beware of schools teaching by books and blackboards. Hemphill schools are endorsed and approved by the leading Automobile trade association  and tractor firms. Be an expert Gas engineer. Hundreds of jobs open to Hemphill  graduates.    Write for information and free catalogue to  HEMPHILL  MOTOR   SCHOOL  228 Ninth Avenue E., Calgary, Alta.  Branches at Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver.    U.S.A.  Headquarters, Portland, Ore.    Beware of Imitators.  You Can Be A Partner In Severa  These Factories!  Of  by local applications, as they cannot reach  the diseased portion ot the ear. There' ia  only one way to cure Catarrhal Dealness,  ���������nd that is oy a constitutional remseily.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts  through the Blood on the Mucous Suriaces  ot the Systcm. Catarrhal Uc.-.tiiess is caused  by un intlamed condition ot the mucous lining ot tlie Eustachian Tube. When this tube  Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or  impertect hearing, and when it is entirely  closed. Deafness is the result. Unless the  inllanuuation can be reduced anel this tube  restored to ils uonnal conditio:), heannc may  be destroyed lorever. Many cases ol Deafness are caused uy Catarrh, which is an m-  flaiiieel  conelition  ol   the   Aiucous   Surfaces.  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor any  case ot Catarrhal Deiafness that cannot bc  cured   by   HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDiClNli.  All   Drugists   75c.     Circulars   free.  1\ J. Cheney & Co. Toledo. Ohio.  Takes Action to Prevent Strikes  Berlin.���������Gustavo Noske, commander-in-chief for the greater Berlin  district ami llrandcnburrr province,  lias issued an order applying to Berlin and Brandenburg threatening imprisonment or a fine up to 50,000  marks for inciting persons, by speech  or in writing, to stop work, which  would affect thc production or distribution of foodstuffs. The decree is  directed against threatened strikes of  '.l:c bi'.l-cv"*". v.\..\ i'.'">,r*!*'"-,",**''"c*  Canada's Favorable Outlook  Duke of Devonshire Paints a Bright  Picture  of Future  of  Dominion  Ottawa.���������That Canada has every  reason to bc gratified with the present outlook, more particularly now  that educationists were attacking tlie  heavy task of carrying on a huge campaign to deepen and strengthen thc  moral and spiritual factors in national  education, was thc keynote of a  speech delivered by the Duke of Devonshire, Governor-General of Canada,  to thc delegates to thc National Council of Education here.  Dr. Pannalcc, of Quebec, urged  for a serious consideration of thc bilingual question. If thcy were to  have peace and harmony it was absolutely necessary that they give the  French-Canadians thc right to preserve thcir mother tongue.  ���������*}  s  It'     ***     *     J  W  W  TT  .rUiA  r  -.X 40104���������010 ..  mam ���������"���������UM eataa mt am mutx mmm ttmm M  W~W ******���������>��������� H** #***** Wm. tmWWt PUtlf P-tax KF f  im kkUHIWH kuaMWie U.  After studying the method of Bcatterinfl* branch ���������ch-noli* tsve.r  the country we decided to CENTRALIZE���������put ALL our equipment  iu ONE ESTABLISHMENT.  r-.v.0x     xx,' r-    V        .V ���������.������������������.���������������,     tdVtr  *xJ L*l      ^.~->,y LI..\J.J     yy^.l.^,.,y..L     ...     y> . .  . ,      . ��������� -y,      *. ^ -     ..,*������������������  yon "Better Rturlyin***: facilities and better service.  OUR COUWSh. IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN CANADA.  Foi  infoi uiaiioii write DESK No. 22.  GARRUTT MOTOR SCHOOL* LTD.  Public Market RiKiUlittft,  CALGARY       *       -        -       ALBEUTA  This is onc of a chain of such factories as will  bc operated in thc larger cities of Ontario and  Quebec. These plants convert garbage, mine  wastes, etc., into a fuel that is BETTER and much  cheaper than Anthracite Coal. This plant's output  capacity is 200 tons per day, and at $1.00 per ton  profit  THE DIVIDENDS WILL BE LARGE,  .-iiiel will multiply the value of the stock. You can  invest $100.00 to .$1,000.00 in this, but no more, as  $1,000 is thc limit of allotment, to any person.  Shares aro $5.00 each today ������������������ but will multiply  dnrinr*- next few months.  DON'T HOARD  YOUR MONEY, WHEN  IT  CAN BE EARNING YOU BIG INTEREST���������  '* i."     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Sc-nd  for our literature and ftet in line for real wealth.  7 .nil*      '  iA>V- U -������> I   i.*<il������ ��������� n    ������.���������"��������������� J  I  Tne OAKOAL COMPANY, C  4f*sJ     Ovl/ X   JL      *J ���������**.  -~.m-K~At~~-m mm "*-"���������*��������� mm-mm *������������������  v^cai1i������2tCiolj  I  Ltd,  TORONTO, ONT.  -****W;*W������t'*-W**^ if i���������" milmatmlSim^mmmt  mm>mm-mm*i\.*Lr,i*A0 tmtm^timmimxmam^mm^mjmmmmmmm ^^> ^������������������r-T.li-^gjjJM  "****���������*��������� i   t ,yt wMrk*. *4wA*M.*&i*mijr.**0tfiii-*F-''i4  0~ms  i*mmi  -V-*bl----mibS'bW4t9W-M*at nil* *riiii.p*wift^in*w^-^-^iifTn 11  i  IP:  '(.-  IS...  N.  ������*  my  IP:  Ife*'"'  I*"'*' *  THE CKESTON BEVIEW  Local and Personal  Miss Candy left on Saturday for a  few days' yisit with Nelson friends.  Mrs. Ashby of IS elson, was a week  end yisitor here, -with Mr. and Mrs. P  G. Ebbut.  Fob Sale���������Ranch horse, *��������� weight  about 1200, sound and quiet. Enquire  Review Office.  Miss Sullivan of Seattle is spending  a few days in Creston, a guest of Mrs.  0. O. Rodgers.  Mr. and Mrs. Cherringtun spent a  few days with friends in Nelson the  fore part of the week.  Fob Sale Early cabbage plants  and Danish Bullhead  cabbage plants,  75c. per 100.    R. Stewart, Creston.  Lieut. Granger of Rossland was here  on Thursday last lending a hand at  the usual weekly Salvation Army  service in Mercantile Ball.  Piano For Sale���������Heintzinan, in  excellent condition, would give reasonable terms to responsible party.  Apply Mrs. JL. M. Kennedy,  Creston.  Rev. J. S. Mahood will be here for  morning seryice in Christ Church on  Sunday at 11 o'clock, whieh will be  followed by celebration of Holy Communion..  Fob Sale���������6 h.p. Big Chief gosoline  engine in  perfect condition: 1  horse, i  broken    single,  double    and   saddle;  two Shorthorn   milch cows.    Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel,  Capt. Crompton left on Saturday  for Nelson,where he is it piitient in the  hospital. He has been suffering from  neuritis of late and it is hoped his  hospital sojourn will bring the desired  relief.  Mrs.W. H. Hilton and childrdn,who  have been visitors with Old Country  friends since September, arrived back  on Tuesday.    Mrs. Hilton's health has  materially improved during her long  vacation.  C.P.R. Roadmaster Walker of Cranbrook was here a couple of days at the  middle of the week inspecting the operations of the section crews who are  putting in new steel at seyeral of the  curves in the line.  We have made arrangements with  an expert on foot troubles to yisit our  store on Monday, June 28th. Ho has  had years of experience and will be  here to giye his advice and services  free,   S. A. Speers.  At the Board of Trade meeting on  Tuesday night, C. W. Allen was  named as the board's representative  on the Valley's Public Health Nurse  committee, which the Women's Institute is having^formed.  "Virtuous Wives," which will be  shown at the Peekin on Monday night  is the best popular-priced attraction  eyer booked at this theatre and will,  doubtless, draw a capacity house. A  synopsis of the film is on page 5.  The absence of a resident clergyman  at Oreston is badly disaranging matrimonial plans at present. With ministers available only at week ends Satur  days and Mondays are about the only  days wedding couples have to choose  from. jg*.  Fire warden Jim Long ha****** asked us  to notify the public thai no permits to  do burning of any sort will be issued  ! after June 8*h. These are his instructions from tbe chief forester, and anyone violating the regulations will be  prosecuted.  e Dairy Farm  ORESTON  Best Quality  Dairy Butter  Buttermilk  Vryream  Milk  always on sale.  V  Delivered anywhere in town.  Shipped to any point.  FRED  K.   SMITH  Creston baseball team made the  trip to Porthiil on Sunday, where  they were again victorious over the  team of that town by a 16-14 score.  Porthiil is getting tx st.renghtened outfit together for the tournament here  on June 25th.  At the recent Alberta Musical Festival at Edmonton, Dr. and Mrs. Conn  of Edmonton won highest marks in  baritone and contralto duet. Dr, Conn  is a brother of Mrs. Oatway, and was  with the C.A.D.C. for two years at  Brsmsnobt ca5!n=  Rev. D. G. Lyon of Cranbrook took  both services in Creston Presbyterian  church on Sunday. Mr. Lyon's effort  on a previous visit was so well received that on this occasion he had audiences that filled the chnrch, particularly in the evening.  Rey. C. C. Owen of Vancouver, military visiting chaplain, who took service at Taster and Creston on Sunday,  was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.  Garland during his stay in town.  Creston Presbyterian Sunday school  scholars bad theiranniial picnic at the  fair grounds -dri Saturday afternoon.  There was the usual line of amusements and -supper. The day was ideal  for such an event; and the yonngsteis  certainiy'enjoyed the outing.  Vice-principal Pearce of the local  school has been named as presiding  examinier at the Entrance, examinations which open on June 21st. From  Creston school it is likely Principal  Smith will send up his whole class of  thirteen pupils to try their luck.  The committee in charge of the  sports day on Friday, June 25th, are  iikely to have $500 to distribute in  prizes, and with this amount at their  disposal haye arrangements under  way to provide a day's amusement  that will eclipse the best ever seen  here.  Three of the four Indians who were  up before' Stipendiary Magistrate  Crompton oh Friday drew fines ranging from $25 down. Louie Luke, jr.,  was given two months in Nelson jail  for handling bogus checks and was  taken to that institution this week by  Provincial police Vaehon.  The Erickson members of the Women s Institute wish to thank Mrs. Lister for giving her services at the dance  on June 3rd, and making the music so  enjoyable for everyone. The door receipts were $54. Expenses were: Hall  $5; orchestra, S20; loss on ice cream,  $2; total expense, $27.    Clearing $27.  R. L. T. Gilbraith, Indian agent at  Fort Steel, was a yisitor here the latter part of the week, in connection  with' th* trial of the four Indians.    No  Two Carloads  mason & Risen  Pianos Just Arrived  They consist of beautiful styles,  and finish. Can be bought dh  eaby terms! at very little more  than pre-war prices. Write or  phone, or call at���������  Mason & Risch, Ltd.  Plume 41.     P.O. Box 615  NELSON, B.C.  and a FATTY ARBUCKLE Comedy  PEEKIN THEATRE  JUNE 14  m.    Children 25c.  Adults 50c.   <S.  o, -,.  An-,  mm'  The Mechanical  F> xr -r ~~tt fl ton <r������ tos  date ha3 been set yet for the election  of a new chief, and the event may be  postponed until the return of Father  Lambot, who is at "present on a holiday trip to Belgium.  " Provincial works Engineer Ramsay  of Nelson was here the early part of  the week, and during his stay took the  levels, etc., for the. stretch of permanent road which will be laid between  Crawford's-hill and Creston. At least  this much work will be done���������and  more if the appropriation and labor  conditions will permit.  The final shipment of the 1919 apple  crop  went out on Wednesday when  -  . ���������������-.    J-, TTt  .        . x        TM 1 A. T    . x V.  V. -    .   V  Vila XLt.tj. Tieiiir jiiarKci, xjemuriuge,  got about twenty boxes of domestic  pack Wagners from the Truscott  ranch. Rhubarb shipping this season  has hardly been as heavy as a year  ago, while the export of asparagus has  run to almost half a ton,  Mr. and Mrs. T. Leaman of the R.  j-Stark ranch, who left here in October  on an extended visit to old friends in  England, got back- on Saturday last  arid report a vei-y<,fine outing. Mr.  Leaman states he-found conditions in  the Old Country much better than he  had been led to believe "they were  from newspaper accounts.  *.  R. Lamont has been busy the. past  few days moving the L. Leamy house,  which he purchased a few weeks ago  to the seven acre ranch property  which R. Lamont has along the K.V.,  beyond the Arrowsmith property.  With a house on the ranch the place  should be readily saleable to some of  the many prospective land buyers.  G. Seymour and Jack Smith were  put on duty last week as fire patrolmen at Corn Creek and Lookout.respectively. At Corn Creek a new  trail has been built, this spring to faci  litute patrolling the country between  there and the boundary, in which  there is a very heavy stand of white  pine and spruce���������estimated by some at  300 million feet.  The experts are all agreed that the  strawberry Reason is at least ten days  lutfr than last year, and that no berries will be moving before the 20th at  the earliest. At Wynndel the Indians  ure not expected to arrive for the  season's harvest until at least .Tidy 1st.  Taken an a whole the Valley should  increase last year's strawberry export  which was just over 12,000 crates.  Creston Valley was to the fore at  tho Provincial G.V\������������V,A. convention  at Fernie last week, when Jos. Boll,  the Lister delegate, to the gathering,  wns chosen unanimously as ono of tho  eight mot libers that constitute the  -.provincial executive. He will be responsible for the G.W.V.A. branches  at Creston, Lister, Cranbrook, Ferine,  Natal., Corbin, Golden, Windermere.  The Valley was favored with showery weather from Sunday afternoon  until Tuesday, which was exactly  what was needed to give tho field  crops put in last- week the right start.  Not for several Reasons back have tho  Vegetables got off to tho good start  they have this year. With the right  sort of weather the Valley should  see the biggest tomato year oil record.  you will be out of luck when polling  day comes around^  Chas. Lapointe, an old-time and wel'  known Creston lumber camp worker,  had the misfortune to lose his right  leg on Tuesday. -In an effort to-board  amoving train at Kitchener he fell  under the wheels and the limb was  severed just above the boot top. Fortunately Hon. Dr. King of Cranbrook  was a passenger that day, who dressed  the injury as best as possible, and Lapointe was taken on to Nelson for  treatment a-t the hospital.  June 1st was Graduation Day at St.  Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook,. and  among the half dozen iadies who received diplomas as full-fledged nurses  is Miss Connie McCarthy of Creston,  who has been in training in that institution the past three years. Valley  friends extend congratulations on such  an auspicious occasion. Miss McCarthy  and Miss A. Ebbutt are the first from  Crestr-t> to successfully complete*., the-  course of graduate nurse.  The Dominion department of agriculture lias issued the first of the 1920  fruit crop   reports and  ih its general  ... .x. x-x..���������.���������   ..������     .... ^tzx*-.���������    I ���������    -en m    ...���������.,���������  ouuimarj   Oi    Cuuuiviueiis   in    u.\-j. Sit.yS;  "There is some doubt as to the extent  of the winter injury in the Creston  Valley; it does not appear that trees  have been killed, but so weakened as  to effect the crop; the varieties most  effected are the. Duchess, Grayenstein  aud Wealthy; the aggregate-tonnage  is expected to be equal to or greater  than last year," The report of inspector A. McL. Fletcher, who made a  trip through the Valley a couple of  weeks ago, is as follows: "In spite of  good snowing of blossoms, there is  evidence of considerable winter injury,  whieh will effect the crop; Wagner  and Mcintosh Red are heayy, and  other yarities give eyery indication of  a good medium crop. The aggregate  tonnage will be fully equal to that of  last year, if not slightly in excess."  eight inches as to size it would not be  long before the fishing in these two  streams would be all that could be expected/The Goat River, of coUrse, is  a different proposition, as it does not *  restock itself so handily, on account of  the   canyon.    ^ An   ideal   spawning  ground exists, however, at the   meadows in the Kitchener district, and he  ib in favcr of a generous, supply of  .eastern brook trout spawn being deposited there to augment the fishing  in that stream, which at present is not  what   might   naturally   be expected.  On his trip he posted up notices everywhere setting forth the fishing regulations and intends^ so far as he is able,  to see   that these are  not  vioi-tted.  While on his trip from Corn to Summit creeks   he   had   the   pleasure of  meeting up with a black bear meandering through the brush.   These animals  are reported to be unusally numerous  in that locality this spring,  x. !���������* ������������������������������������ : :���������  ESTABLISHED 1917  Fish inspector' Here  vmtxtun*  ��������� E   ������  Mir! I  jkU..-HUH'l MAKKtl  Lethbridge, Alta.  Each year we have  grown stronger with ihe  trade as well as with the  growers.  Qocionni  BROUOUHl  Dnoulia Psinnf  BIGOUIIO UUUI1E  C. H. Robinson of Nelson, Dominion  fislierv ins^eetor for the ELootenays,  was in the Valley on an official yisit  the latter part of the week, during  which he visited Kitchener,. Summit  and Corn Creeks as welll as Wynndel,  at which latter point he-is keeping  close tab on the fish ladder the C.P.R.  this year installed in their big cement  culvert at that point. Mr. Robinson  made quite a careful survey of the  situation ������>��������� Corn ar.d Summit creeks,  due to the fact that requests have  lately been made that a close season  should be established on these streams  with a yiew to giving them opportunity to restock themselves, which should  be readily accomplished as both of  them are directly fed by the Kootenay  Rivet*. Mr. Robinson did not care to  disclose the nature of the report he  would make, but after going-over the  ground it struck him that if anglers  would confine their eatehes- to: the  regulation of no more than twenty-  five a day, and none under * less, than  We pay twica a month  and charge 12^% on selling price ^  TRY US.  A. LINDLEY  Manager  of OEILVIE'S splendid  ran and Shot  and their most excellent  Royal  Household   Flour  is now on the way.  T. M.  Edmondson  Creston, June 7.  Wed  j������  i,  VIRGINIA PEARSON in  The Fire Brand  A Russian Princess leads the Revolutionists after aristocratic treachery causes  death of her brother.  SUNSfllNE COMEDY  Choose Your Exit  Mutt & Jeff.    Fox News  Saturday, June 19  HARRY CAREY in  A Fight for Love  .   It's a Carey !   'Nuf sed.  Part 8  Red Glove  COMEDY  Watch for SPECIAL BIG  ANNOUNCEMENT Next Week  ���������������**-!  ' JPW^JM*  eif your i*,ir may hi- a hove criticism*  ���������will. ne������ car \h i.lienige-i* than its  weakest', point, mul sooiie-i* or later  your   nutomohilt*-,  like-   every either  'ill    .-.IO   IM'i-el   our   Weill*,   ill  Automnbile Repairing  giving e*n  I i ��������� I . e i I ,  t- i i  ,~~*.  Vv '��������� eiei pre.nipt work  ...   i*u I I-. I j     I'.    e-v ri V  > oil   ci ii   In*   Hiire repair*-!  u\ 11 |.i:.t.     Try uh.  MT  I ('llll  lie,el  nuke  II fee mm ft     w T|    III WW  ~T, **fi [\9*j     wW^A  P"   wm \m\ %m\ \\W ��������� nW (ff. H Pff'H pJl W ^W pi'  \^M-na m. u^itu,   %j/tj MeVHriyifiL  Major Malhindaiiio, who haa been  operating a portnhle mill on Goat  Mountain, near t he waterworks intake  for the past four uioiitliu, has this  week shifted the plant tn n, nl'te inIn;���������*���������*��������� ���������;  the innuntaie alinut, opposite the Jan.  ('emiplem ranch. Tn addition to his  nun timber he will alno hu\v a quarter  eif a   million   feet em tlu'.  i.kldt;  there  ...|.:..1.    ....        e..|. ,,_   (.,i    I ..   *",  ..U    "������������������,:.������������������;*  ) hint winter.  j ^ Quite  a lai^e and   efficient  Hlulf of  I ������l(*|ioi V     i ny, i.-ii i it i ������   of   yiii,i*in    Imn   iii-������*ii  named for ('renton Valley, and citl/cim  who uiili tee voir on tbe forthe-omin-^  piohiliit ieui ie fei I'lnliiin as well an the-  preiviiii-ial  elect ion   next.  year.-should  (i* (nit   t !,,it   th.'ii * iiulili'i, llli:    ellleilhel  on   tin* m-w   lint.    All   the old  voters  ll*-.|'r     IlllVrr    It.'.'*,    r l.rt  v ... ......rl      rntrl      ittrlr..  r.  TEA���������Blue Ribbon, reg. 75o. plcjjf.,' at $ .70  Shredded Wheat, reg. 20o. pkg., at 2 for 35  BISCUITS���������Raniimy's Sodas, reg. 85o., at  .    .27;}  JAM���������'Raspberry  and   Appie,   also   Strawberry   and  Apple, reg. $1.25, at  1.15  School Bifiouits, reg. 30o., at 25  BTTT.K BLACK TFA  reg 65c, at 3 lbs. $1.65  TCvory iron*! in this wnnk's list, offtatiirfliiy savings is  worthy your special attention. They aro everyday needs,  and even at tlio regular prices would* bo exceptional value.  (-Jot tlie rijdit start at practical saviny* by makintr tins  store your Saturday shopping centre.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  )\t-tii-  Sr-rvir.eP:  ���������d*cn*r:i"nl M-ftr^U-Tints  A  .tl  ���������ii  .eflW-f!!*  Vsr*.f*K  *~. I ,.^\.j0 r-v  ,  i i v..j i *t *:-.   cs I  jre-l    y,  ririHM'   ein  ib.  ne-w one  ���������������r*rr*.������-r^-M.r-M*r-*-Mr-A--������r1-ttr^  i.  V  ���������S^liiSKlHiaSlB  Mm^^kimm..-^^^^^^


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